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 ESTIMATES
OF   THE
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAE ENDING 31ST MAECH
1933
AS EMBODIED IN SUPPLY ACT, 1932
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1932. ESTIMATED REVENUE
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAE ENDING 31ST MAECH, 1933
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1931-32.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$35,000.00
500.00
$14,500.00
$50,000.00
$90,000.00
5,000.00
215,000.00
4,500,000.00
55,000.00
125,000.00
375,000.00
100,000.00
265,000.00
2,155,000.00
25,000.00
33,250.00
6,000.00
16,000.00
30,000.00
12,000.00
21,900.00
:,029,150.00
$2,750.00
250.00
$3,000.00
$29,151.06
190,000.00
488,665.60
100,000.00
$807,816.66
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Department of Agriculture :
Horticultural Inspection Fees and Licences 	
Seed-grain Advance Refunds 	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total, Department of Agriculture 	
Department of the Attorney-General:
Court Fees and Fines 	
Dog Licences	
" Game Act" Fees and Licences	
"Government Liquor Act" 	
" Insurance  Act "	
Companies Branch  	
Land Registry Fees	
Law Stamps 	
" Motor-vehicle Act " :
Registration Fees, etc     $425,000.00
Annual   Licences,   Motor-vehicles
(except Motor-cycles)       1,772,000.00
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs         28,000.00
£25,000.00
250.00
9,750.00
$75,000.00
5,000.00
252,000.00
3,750,000.00
55,000.00
95,000.00
300,000.00
100,000.00
" Moving Pictures Act" 	
Real-estate Agents	
Sheriff's Fees	
Trade Licences 	
" Administration Act"—Fees, etc.
" Security Frauds Prevention Act'
Miscellaneous Receipts	
2,225,000.00
30,000.00
5,000.00
16,000.00
30,000.00
12,000.00
6,000.00
10,000.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
Department of Education :
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates
Miscellaneous Receipts	
$2,200.00
250.00
Total, Department of Education..
Department of Finance :
Dominion of Canada:
Annual Interest   $29,151.06
Annual Subsidy   190,000.00
Annual Grant per Capita   555,410.40
Annual Grant for Lands conveyed.. 100,000.00
$874,561.46
$35,000.00
6,966,000.00
2,450.00
Carried forward       $874,561.46    $7,003,450.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 3
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1931-32.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$807,816.66
220,000.00
150,000.00
1,950,000.00
6,500,000.00
19,080.00
250,000.00
1,575,000.00
700,000.00
500,000.00
150,000.00
125,000.00
185,000.00
12,000.00
8,000.00
610,000.00
750,000.00
33,500.00
50,000.00
10,000.00
$14,605,396.66
$175,000.00
$1,000.00
$15,000
200,000
200,000
15,000
70,000.
1,040,000
2,025,000
700,000
225,000,
6,000
$4,496,000.00
$2,000.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $874,561.46    $7,003,450.00
Department of Finance—Continued.
Amusement Tickets Tax   375,000.00
Coal and Coke Tax   150,000.00
Gasoline Tax ,  2,400,000.00
Fuel-oil Tax   385,000.00
Income and Personal Property Tax   5,250,000.00
Interest:
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act "  19,080.00
Miscellaneous    150,000.00
Land Taxes:
Real Property  1,730,000.00
Wild Lands, Coal and Timber Lands  700,000.00
Mineral Tax   100,000.00
Poll Tax  100,000.00
Probate Fees  150,000.00
Races Tax   235,000.00
Rents, Miscellaneous  11,000.00
Revenue Service Refunds   5,000.00
Rural District School Taxes  650,000.00
Succession Duty   550,000.00
Trust Deposits reverted to Crown   25,000.00
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims   50,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts  7,500.00
Total, Department of Finance      13,917,141.46
Department of Fisheries :
Fishing and Cannery Licences   125,000.00
Department of Labour:
Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees   1,000.00
Department of Lands :
Grazing Rentals, Leases, and Fees  $15,000.00
Land  Revenue—Sundry     175,000.00
Land Sales  130,000.00
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps  12,000.00
Timber Leases   75,000.00
Timber Licences  910,000.00
Timber Royalties   1,250,000.00
Timber Sales  500,000.00
Water Rentals and Recording Fees  210,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts  6,000.00
Total, Department of Lands        3,283,000.00
Legislation :
Private Bill Fees   2,000.00
Carried forward    $24,331,591.46 Y 4
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1931-32.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$650.00
70,000.00
600.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Brought fonvard	
Department of Mines :
Bureau of Mines 	
Free Miners' Certificates 	
Miners' Examinations and Certificates 	
$450.00
55,000.00
325.00
90,000.00
$24,331,591.46
100,000.00
Mining Receipts, General 	
$171,250.00
Total, Department of Mines 	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
King's Printer (net profits) 	
$25,000.00
25,000.00
11,900.00
1,500.00
145,775.00
$25,000.00
25,000.00
Marriage Licences 	
11,900.00
1,500.00
Vital Statistics, etc	
$63,400.00
Total, Department of the Provincial Seer
Department of Public Works :
Traffic Control 	
Government Property sold 	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
etary	
63,400.00
$16,000.00
500.00
1,500.00
$20,000.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
$22,500.00
Total, Department of Public Works 	
Department of Railways :
Inspection Fees  '..
New Westminster Bridge Tolls 	
$4,000.00
75,000.00
18,000.00
$4,000.00
76,000.00
$80,000.00
Total, Department of Railways 	
79,000.00
Total, Current Account 	
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Refunds of Capital Expenditures:
Charged to Income	
$6,000.00
200,000.00
$27,698,696.66
$24,637,766.40
$40,000.00
350,000.00
Charged to Loans	
$390,000.00
Total. Canital Account ".	
206,000.00
Total Estimated Revenue for Fiscal Year 1932-33....
$28,088,696.66
$24,843,766.46 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH, 1933
SUMMARY
mated
aditure,
tl Year
1-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
9,742.06
5,050.00
7,362.00
1,000.00
3,950.00
1,671.50
4,840.00
5,704.00
3,000.00
9,120.00
(,750.00
3,228.00
1,932.00
2,710.00
3,720.00
7,092.00
S,732.50
9,450.00
2,350.00
3,110.00
3,432.00
10.00
7,812.00
4,538.00
7,255.00
9,095.00
3,224.00
9,358.00
6,897.00
58,561.00
3,063.00
6,960.00
6,445.00
8,110.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Page.
1. Public Debt      9-11
2. Legislation           12
3. Premier's Office        12
4. The    Executive    (Ministers    without
Portfolio)           13
Department of Agriculture :
5. Minister's Office        13
6. General Office   13-14
7. Markets Branch         14
8. Horticultural Branch  14-15
9. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests,
Diseases, etc  15
10. Plant Quarantine Branch   15
11. Plant Pathology and Entomology  16
12. Control of Foul-brood, Diseases, etc  16
13. Live Stock Branch   16
14. District Agriculturists  17
15. Veterinary Branch   17
16. Field Crop Branch  18
17. Dairy Branch   18
18-39.      Miscellaneous Grants  18-19
Department of the Attorney-General :
40. Attorney-General's Office          20
41. General Office        20
42. Companies Branch   20-22
43. " Fire Marshal Act "   22-23
44. Municipal Branch         23
45. Censor of Moving Pictures   23-24
46. Sheriffs' Offices   24-25
47. Official Administrator, Vancouver        25
48. Official Guardian         25
49. Land Registry Offices  25-29
50. Supreme and County Courts   29-31
51. Provincial Police   31-32
52. County Gaols   33-34
53. Girls' Industrial School         34
54. Game Branch         35
Carried fonvard	
i,218,379.47
114,520.00
15,953.32
1,000.00
11,800.00
28,108.56
8,026.SO
15,879.80
12,000.00
28,020.00
11,821.60
5,500.00
20,310.88
47,996.72
18,743.20
9,063.20
26,930.92
76.560.36
320,762.04
$10,975.00
23,757.00
27,934.00
10.00
7,111.00
13,687.00
24,505.00
8,195.00
3,080.00
133,291.00
64,933.00
590,512.00
102,474.00
11,168.00
193,179.00
1,218,379.47
114,520.00
15,953.32
1,000.00
320,762.04
$1,214,811.00         $6,670,614.83 Y 6
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
TotE
$1,328,110.00
95,750.00
55.
30,500.00
56-60.
871,350.00
Stat.
Stat.
1,000,000.00
$3,325,710.00
$12,420.00
61.
31,256.00
62.
11,650.00
63.
80,000.00
64.
28,749.00
65.
67,170.00
66.
103,175.00
67.
67,036.00
68.
30,534.00
69.
2,184,900.00
70.
755,000.00
71.
117,600.00
72.
627,620.00
73-83.
Stat.
620,000.00
$4,737,110.00
$12,960.00
84.
37,656.00
85.
86.
11,360.00
71,376.00
87.
108,756.00
88.
89.
18,834.00
607,223.00
90.
91.
107,150.00
92-101.
Stat.
570,000.00
175,000.00
200.00
Stat.
$1,720,515.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Page.
Department op the Attornet-Gbneral
—Continued.
Administration of Justice         35
Miscellaneous Votes   35-36
" Mothers' Pensions Act," Sec. 10        86
" Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1)
(c)—Municipalities, share of profits..       86
Department of Education :
Minister's Office        36
General Office  36-37
Text-book Branch         37
Free Text-books        38
Correspondence Courses  38-39
Industrial Education         39
Inspection of Schools   39^40
Normal Schools   40-41
School for the Deaf and the Blind        41
Salary Grants        41
Teachers'  Salaries         41
School Buildings         41
Miscellaneous Votes         43
" Public Schools Act Amendment Act,"
Chap. 74, 1918, Sec. 26—Rural District School Taxes          43
Department of Finance :
Minister's Office        44
General Office         44
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate
and Succession Duties   44-^5
Controlling and Audit Branch         45
Surveyor of Taxes   45-48
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and
Overseas   Market   Branch,   London,
England   48^9
Government Agents and Assessors, etc. 49-66
Postal Branch	
Miscellaneous Votes         66
"Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Share of motor-vehicle and chauffeurs' licences          66
Pari-mutuel taxes         66
" Superannuation Act "—Interest        67
Carried forward	
$1,214,811.00
103,300.00
33,750.00
$1,351,861.00
$10,470.00
29,419.80
10.00
57,200.00
31,515.24
41,073.40
97,596.40
55,455.81
30,115.56
2,196,526.00
223,200.00
50,000.00
373,430.00
:,196,012.21
$11,583.60
34,172.16
10,835.60
64,419.00
105,390.88
17,699.20
558,290.60
33,121.40
71,150.00
$906,662.44
3,670,
$785,000.00
$785,000.00
2,136,
$650,000.00
$650,000.00
3,846,
$570,000.00
170,000.00
200.00
$740,200.00
1,646,
$14,300, ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 7
:imated
mditure,
;al Year
31-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
36,460.00
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
Stat.
107.
108.
109.
110.
111.
112-125.
Stat.
126.
127.
128.
129.
130.
131.
132-137.
138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward 	
$14,300,350.48
Department of Fisheries 	
Department of Labour :
Minister's Office 	
General Office	
Minimum Wage Board	
Employment Service	
Factories Inspection	
" Old-age Pension Act " 	
Page.
67
67-68
68
68-72
72-73
73
73
74-82
82
i 82-83
83
83-84
84
84
85
85
85-86
86
86
87
tv:
87
87-88
$20,286.20
20,286.20
$480.00
17,404.00
5,322.00
11,008.00
7,788.00
27,500.00
$14,988.64
5,099.80
34,745.00
7,108.48
$392,630.25
Department of Lands :
Minister's Office ,	
Salaries 	
Temporary Assistance 	
99,502.00
$61,941.92
$392,630.25
454,572.17
11,915.00
18,659.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
23,410.00
96,250.00
84,750.00
$11,422.20
502,395.97
1,500.00
139,350.00
13,189.00
114,500.00
*
Expenses, General Office and Branches
Colonization Board 	
Miscellaneous Votes 	
Forest Reserve Account	
Department of Mines :
Minister's Office	
General Office	
$51,000.00
64,984.00
$782,357.17
$51,000.00
833,357.17
13,325.00
21,376.00
41,210.00
18,440.00
13,750.00
7,500.00
64,000.00
$12,309.80
17,749.36
33,543.00
16,182.20
10,548.00
2,000.00
85,619.40
Mines Inspection Branch 	
Bureau of Mines	
Mine-rescue and Training Stations	
Grants   	
Miscellaneous Votes 	
Department of the Provincial Secretai
Minister's Office  	
General Office  	
Postal Branch   (now  Department  of
Finance)   	
79,601.00
$177,951.76
177,951.76
10,900.00
17,966.00
34,172.00
37,324.00
27,832.00
26,130.00
9,320.00
00,000.00
27,265.00
87,221.35
78,810.60
$9,810.00
16,846.44
Provincial Board of Health 	
88-89
89-90
90-91
91
91-94
95
95-97
97-98
121,442.72
19,614.88
29,186.20
7,711.36
419,430.28
25,037.12
199,146.91
39,996.66
Provincial Library and Archives
" Public Libraries Act " 	
Provincial Museum 	
Mental  Hospitals  	
Provincial Home, Kamloops 	
Tubercular Hospital and Farm 	
Boys' Industrial School
56,940.95
$888,222.57
$15,786,517.78 Y 8
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Tota
$1,456,940.95
185,785.
12,198.
12,888.
45,810.
10.
6,712,
1,427,650
$3,147,993.95
$12,360.00
310,794.00
151,330.00
27,610.00
2,495,000.00
1,000.00
209,939.00
3,070.00
11,947.00
100,000.00
$3,323,050.00
$24,818.00
52,100.00
$76,918.00
$24,854,448.00
$2,098,682.75
210,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
$3,225,582.75
$28,080,030.76
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
Brought forward	
Page.
Department of the Provincial Secretary
—Continued.
148. Welfare Branch      98-99
149. Provincial Home for Incurables   99-100
150. Civil Service Commission         100
151. Administration   of   " Superannuation
Act " and "Teachers' Pensions Act" 100-101
152. King's Printer  101-102
153. Government House         102
154-166.      Miscellaneous Votes  102-103
Department of Public Works :
167. Minister's Office          104
168. Administration 104-107
169. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings
and Grounds 107-109
170. Government House—Maintenance         109
171. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.       110
171 («). Subsidy  for   Operation  of  Ladner-
Woodward Ferry         110
172. Local    Highways    within    Municipal
Limits        110
173. Repairs,   etc.,   Government   Buildings
throughout the Province         110
174. Steam-boiler Inspection          110
175. Electrical Energy Inspection          110
       Unemployment Relief	
Department of Railways :
176. General Office        Ill
177. Fraser River Bridge, New Westmin
ster   111-112
Total, Current Account 	
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
178. Sinking Funds   113-114
179. Redemption of Debentures   115
180. Pacific Great Eastern Railway   115
181. British Columbia House, London Eng... 115
Total, Capital Account	
Total, Estimated Expenditure for Fiscal Year 1932-33
222.57
216,403.00
11,348.96
10,581.40
44,719.36
10.00
6,594.92
1,286,400.00
$2,464,280.21
$12,403.20
186,118.36
122,205.28
22,975.60
1,956,000.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
189,523.02
2,763.00
13,747.00
$2,512,235.46
$21,354.20
69,701.20
$91,055.40
$472,000.00
$472,000.00
$18,235,258.60
$3,090,830.25
$2,098,682.75
352,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
$3,367,582.75
$21,602,841.35
$3,090,830.25
$15,786,!
2,936,S
2,512,!
91,(
$21,326,0
3,367,5
$24,693,6 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OE EXPENDITURE
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOE THE FISCAL YEAE ENDING 31ST MAEOH, 1933
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$297,658.08
327,375.00
150,000.00
120,000.00
10,000.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
7,250.00
165,000.00
60,000.00
30,000.00
30,000.00
60,000.00
40,000.00
2,115.00
75,000.00
20,000.00
12,500.00
37,912.50
5,000.00
25,000.00
35,000.00
8,460.00
9,075.00
31,725.00
45,000.00
14,940.00
12,375.00
2,700.00
$1,679,085.58
1.
PUBLIC DEBT.
Inscribed Stock.
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, and 1902 "—Interest @  3%  on
$9,921,936, due 1st January and 1st July  $297,658.08
"Loan Act, 1914"—Interest @ 4%% on $7,275,000, due 1st April and
1st October  327,375.00
Debentures.
Interest. ;pe™£ntures.         Series.                   Interest Fayable.
Loan Act:
1916               5%         $3,000,000          "Y"          Jan. 2 and July 2  150,000.00
1916 6%           2,000,000        " DH"        June 15 and Dec. 15  120,000.00
1917 5%              200,000         " II"         April 1 and Oct. 1  10,000.00
1917               5%              300,000         " Tl"         May 16 and Nov. 16  15,000.00
1917               5%              300,000         " Gl"         June 1 and Dec. 1  15,000.00
1917               5%              100,000        " Ml"         May 1 and Nov. 1  5,000.00
1917               5%              200,000    " Ol & PI "    June 1 and Dec. 1  10,000.00
1917 5%              145,000 Pt. " EM "        Jan. 12 and July 12  7,250.00
1918 5V2%       3,000,000          " S"          Mar. 5 and Sept. 5  165,000.00
1918 6%           1,000,000         " DI"         June 15 and Dec. 15  60,000.00
1919 6%               500,000         " DR"         April 26 and Oct. 26  30,000.00
1920 6%              500,000        " DS"        April 26 and Oct. 26  30,000.00
1921 6%           1,000,000        " DT"        April 26 and Oct. 26  60,000.00
1921               5%              800,000 Pt." EM"        Jan. 12 and July 12  40,000.00
1921               4%%            47,000  Pt. "FG"        May 1 and Nov. 1  2,115.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%            1,500,000        "DX"         Jan. 15 and July 15  75,000.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%               400,000         " EB "         June 25 and Dec. 25  20,000.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%               250,000 Pt. " EM "        Jan. 12 and July 12  12,500.00
1921 (S.S.)    4y2%           825,000  Pt. " EV "         June 29 and Dec. 29  36,337.50
1921 (S.S.)    5%               100,000         "pt"         April 25 and Oct. 25  5,000.00
1922 5%              500,000        " DY"        Jan. 15 and July 15  25,000.00
1922               5%              700,000        " ED"        June 25 and Dec. 25  35,000.00
1922 4%%          188,000        "FH"        May 1 and Nov. 1  8,460.00
1923 5%              181,500 Pt. " EM "        Jan. 12 and July 12  9,075.00
1923 4%%          705,000         " FC"        Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  31,725.00
1924 41/2%       1,000,000        "EQ"         Jan. 2 and July 2  45,000.00
1924 41/2%          332,000         " Fl"         May 1 and Nov. 1  14,940.00
1925 41/2%          275,000        " FD"        Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  12,375.00
1925               41/2%            60,000         "FJ"         May 1 and Nov. 1  2,700.00
Carried forward    $1,677,510.58 Y 10
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
Votef                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
1.                                           PUBLIC DEBT-
—Continued. "
Debentures—Continued.
$1,679,085.58
Brought forward...
.   $1,677,510.58
Interest         Amount of
interest.       Debentures.
Series.
Interest Payable.
Loan Act:
77,625.00
1927               4y2%      $1,725,000
" FE "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25....
77,625.00
2,025.00
1927                4%%             45,000
" FB "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25....
2,025.00
4,950.00
1927               4y2%          110,000
" FK "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
4,950.00
40,000.00
1927               4%           1,000,000
" FL "
June 1 and Dec. 1	
40,000.00
90,000.00
1927                41/2%        2,000,000
Dyking Debentures:
" FM "
April 1 and Oct. 1
90,000.00
15,575.00
1897 & 1899   3V2%          445,000
Jan. 1 and July 1	
15,575.00
Better Housing Act, 1919:
68,075.00
5%           1,361,500
" DD "
June 30 and Dec. 31...
68,075.00
17,000.00
5%              340,000
Department of Industries Act, 1919
" DJ "
June 30 and Dec. 31
17,000.00
60,000.00
6%           1,000,000
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920:
" DN "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
60,000.00
15,000.00
5%              300,000
"EC"
June 25 and Dec. 25....
15,000.00
50,000.00
5%           1,000,000
" EH "
Jan. 12 and July 12...
50,000.00
7,500.00
5%                 150,000   Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12...
7,500.00
11,250.00
41/2%          250,000
B.C. Highway Loan Act, 1920:
" FA "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25
11,250.00
120,000.00
6%            2,000,000
" DQ "
April 1 and Oct. 1	
120,000.00
30,000.00
5%              600,000
" EA "
June 25 and Dec. 25....
30,000.00
50,000.00
5%           1,000,000
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act:
" EE "
Jan. 25 and July 25
50,000.00
1,275.00
1920               5%                25,500 Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12...
1,275.00
60,000.00
1921               6%           1,000,000
'DM"
Feb. 15 and Aug 15	
60,000.00
22,400.00
1921               5%              448,000 Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12...
22,400.00
11,835.00
1921               41/2%          203,000  Pt.
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922.
" FG "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
11,835.00
50,000.00
5%           1,000,000
" EF "
Jan. 25 and July 25	
50,000.00
102,115.00
5%           2,042,300
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 192/,:
" EG "
Jan. 12 and July 12
102,115.00
180,000.00
4%%        4,000,000
:' EU "
Jan. 15 and July 15	
180,000.00
189,562.50
4y.%       4,125,000  Pt.
" EV "
Dec. 29 and June 29	
181,687.50
180,000.00
4%%       4,000,000
Carried forward-
;< FN »
April 1 and Oct. 1	
180,000.00
$3,135,273.08
.   $3,125,823.08 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 11
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
1.
PUBLIC DEBT
Debentures—
—Continued.
\
Continued.
$3,135,273.08
UrnuaUt forward,..
$3,125,823.08
Interest.
Amount of
Debentures.
Series.
Interest Payable.
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
288,765.00
4y2%
$6,417,000
" FO "
Jan. 23 and July 23	
288,765.00
202,800.00
5%
4,056,000
" FP "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
202,800.00
100,000.00
5%
2,000,000
" FQ "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
100,000.00
50,000.00
5%
1,000,000
" FR "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
50,000.00
145,000.00
5%
2,900,000
" FS "
April 25 and Oct. 25	
145,000.00
151,825.00
5%
3,036,500
" FU "
Sept. 24 and Mar. 24	
151,825.00
144,135.00
4y2%
3,203,000
" FV "
April 2 and Oct. 2	
144,135.00
4%%
3,000,000
" FW "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
127,500.00
414%
2,000,000
" FX "
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
85,000.00
4y2%
4,057,000
" FY "
April 1 and Oct. 1	
179,370.00
4%
4,227,000
" FZ "
May 15 and Nov. 15	
169,080.00
4%
3,500,000
" GA "
May 15 and Nov. 15	
140,000.00
6%
5,000,000
" GB "
Aug. 15 and Feb. 15
300,000.00
$4,217,798.08
$5,209,298.08
Treasury Bills.
4%
3,015,000
' TBK "
259 days @
120,600.00
4%   $85,576.42
4%
1,000,000
" TBL "
259 days @
40,000.00
4%     28,383.55
5%%
3,371,664
" TBQ "
239 days @
165,000.00
5«<&...   115.906.72
On
Treasury
Bills   at   bank,
refundings,   and   new
borrowings
     459,694.70
994,550.00
689,561.39
$5,537,948.08
$5,898,859.47
120,226.02
Less accrued interest 	
Premium and
Exchange.
$5,417,722.06
$5,898,859.47
22,500.00
On drafts for interest remittances, etc.
300,000.00
19,520.00
Discount, Commission, Brokerage Charges, etc	
Total of Vote No. 1 	
19,520.00
$5,459,742.06
$6,218,379.47 Y 12
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$96,000.00
6,000.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
500.00
$106,300.00
$1,200.00
600.00
480.00
270.00
240.00
2,600.00
540.00
1,160.00
300.00
$7,390.00
$500.00
1,350.00
6,730.00
180.00
600.00
1,500.00
500.00
$11,360.00
$125,050.00
$9,000.00
2,400.00
1,620.00
1,092.00
900.00
$15,012.00
$1,000.00
1,350.00
$17,362.00
2.
LEGISLATION.
Members' Indemnities:
Forty-eight @ $1,800 each  $86,400.00
Mileage   6,000.00
Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition   1,800.00
Mr. Speaker, Sessional allowance  1,620.00
Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance   450.00
$96,270.00
Salaries:
Clerk of the House, Sessional allowance  $1,200.00
Law Clerk, Sessional allowance  600.00
Sergeant-at-Arms  480.00
Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms   270.00
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms   240.00
Attendants   2,600.00
Pages     540.00
Stenographers  1,160.00
Unforeseen and unprovided  300.00
7,390.00
Expenses:
Empire Parliamentary Association subscription 	
Office supplies, etc       $1,350.00
Printing, binding, etc         6,730.00
Furniture and equipment  180.00
Select Standing Committees   600.00
Dining-room            1,500.00
Incidentals  500.00
10,860.00
Total of Vote No. 2      $114,520.00
3. PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries:
The Premier  $9,000.00
Secretary   2,400.00
Clerk and Stenographer   1,620.00
Confidential Stenographer    1,092.00
Junior  Stenographer    900.00
$15,012.00
Less percentage reductions         1,408.68
$13,603.32
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,350.00
.  t
Total of Vote No. 3       $15,953.32 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 13
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$1,000.00
$7,500.00
2,520.00
1,380.00
$11,400.00
300.00
2,250.00
$13,950.00
$4,500.00
3,000.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
1,380.00
660.00
1,320.00
1,320.00
1,140.00
996.00
240.00
$20,796.00
2,500.00
2,750.00
$26,046.00
THE EXECUTIVE  (MINISTERS WITHOUT
PORTFOLIO).
Expenses of Ministers without Portfolio         $1,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
i. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
The Minister        $7,500.00
Secretary          2,520.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer  840.00
$10,860.00
Less percentage reductions         1,110.00
$9,750.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      300.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,750.00
Total of Vote No. 5        $11,800.00
General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy  Minister         $4,500.00
Executive Assistant 	
Chief Clerk        2,340.00
Statistician          2,020.00
Accountant        2,000.00
Assistant Accountant         1,900.00
General Assistant        1,840.00
Clerk         1,380.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Clerk          1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer           1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,320.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer  996.00
Temporary assistance 	
$21,656.00
Less percentage reductions         1,546.44
$20,109.56
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        4,199.00
Casual labour and other expenses   800.00
Travelling expenses, etc        3,000.00
Total of Vote No. 6  28,108.56
Carried forward        $39,908.56 Y 14
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$1,840.00
50.00
150.00
$2,040.00
$2,020.00
450.00
865.50
250.00
$3,585.50
$3,300.00
2,880.00
1,320.00
840.00
$8,340.00
1,250.00
2,750.00
2,500.00
$14,840.00
$3,600.00
2,640.00
2,640.00
2,580.00
$11,460.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward         $39,908.56
Workshop and Shipping Office.
(Amalgamated with Vote No. 6.)
Salaries:
General Assistant 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 	
Statistics.
(Amalgamated with Vote No. 6.)
Salaries:
Statistician 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Casual labour and other expenses  '.	
Total of Vote No. 	
Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Markets Commissioner	
Markets Representative        $2,880.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,320.00
Stenographer          1,140.00
$5,340.00
Less percentage reductions   313.20
$5,026.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,000.00
Extension of markets, displays, labour, supplies, etc.        1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 7  8,026.80
Horticultural Branch.
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist       $3,000.00
Assistant Provincial Horticulturist         2,640.00
District Horticulturist 	
District Horticulturist 	
Carried forward      $5,640.00       $47,935.36 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 15
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$11,460.00
2,400.00
1,960.00
1,800.00
1,284.00
$18,904.00
800.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
$25,704.00
$10,000.00
$10,000.00
$2,8S0.00
2,140.00
2,100.00
2,040.00
1,960.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
1,020.00
840.00
$18,620.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
7,500.00
$29,120.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
8. Horticultural Branch—Continued.
Brought forward       $5,640.00       $47,935.36
Salaries—Continued.
District Horticulturist 	
Horticulturist          2,400.00
Secretary         1,960.00
Clerk         1,800.00
Stenographer        1,284.00
$13,084.00
Less percentage reductions   854.20
$12,229.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  650.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,500.00
Casual labour, supplies, etc  500.00
Total of Vote No. 8  15,879.80
9. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests, Diseases, etc.
Labour, material, supplies, etc     $12,000.00
Total of Vote No. 9  12,000.00
10. Plant Quarantine Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Plant Quarantine Officer   $3,000.00
Assistant Chief Plant Quarantine Officer   2,140.00
Plant Quarantine Officer   2,100.00
Plant Quarantine Officer   2,040.00
Plant Quarantine Officer   1,960.00
Plant Quarantine Officer   1,920.00
Plant Quarantine Officer   1,920.00
Plant Quarantine Officer   1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,020.00
Clerk Stenographer   840.00
$18,740.00
Less percentage reductions         1,220.00
$17,520.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,500.00
Casual labour and other expenses         7,500.00
Total of Vote No. 10  28,020.00
Carried forward      $103,835.16 Y 16
E STIMATE S  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,880.00
2,400.00
2,280.00
1,020.00
1,920.00
$10,500.00
1,250.00
3,800.00
1,200.00
$16,750.00
$3,300.00
2,760.00
2,520.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
900.00
948.00
900.00
$15,528.00
700.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
$23,228.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward       $103,835.16
11. Plant Pathology and Entomology.
Salaries:
Plant  Pathologist         $3,000.00
Assistant Plant Pathologist         2,400.00
Assistant Entomologist         2,280.00
Laboratory Assistant         1,020.00
Apiary Inspector 	
$8,700.00
Less percentage reductions   578.40
$8,121.60
Expenses:
Office and laboratory supplies, etc        1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,500.00
Casual labour and other expenses   200.00
Total of Vote No. 11  11,821.60
12. Control of Foul-brood, Diseases, etc.
Salaries, travelling expenses, supplies, etc      $5,500.00
Total of Vote No. 12  5,500.00
13. Live Stock Branch.
Salaries:
Live Stock Commissioner   $3,000.00
Poultry Commissioner   2,760.00
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner 	
Brand Recorder  2,100.00
Brand Inspector   1,800.00
Secretary and Inspector  2,100.00
Stenographer  (Kamloops)     900.00
Stenographer (Victoria)    948.00
Stenographer (Victoria)   900.00
$14,508.00
Less percentage reductions   897.12
$13,610.88
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  700.00
Travelling expenses, etc        4,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses        2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 13  20,310.88
Carried forward..       $141,467.64 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 17
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,340.00
2,400.00
2,400.00
4,560.00
4,280.00
4,040.00
1,960.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,840.00
1,800.00
1,660.00
1,092.00
900.00
780.00
780.00
$34,672.00
3,000.00
13,260.00
1,000.00
$51,932.00
$2,880.00
9,360.00
$12,240.00
370.00
7,100.00
3,000.00
$22,710.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought fonvard      $141,467.64
14. District Agriculturists.
Salaries:
District Agriculturist        $2,640.00
District Agriculturist         2,520.00
District Agriculturist         2,340.00
District Agriculturist         2,400.00
District Agriculturist	
District Agriculturist         2,400.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,280        4,560.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,140        4,280.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,020        4,040.00
Assistant District Agriculturist        1,960.00
Assistant District Agriculturist        1,920.00
Assistant District Agriculturist        1,500.00
Assistant District Agriculturist	
Assistant District Agriculturist 	
Assistant District Agriculturist	
Stenographer (New AVestminster)           1,092.00
Stenographer (Cranbrook) 	
Stenographer  (Smithers)     780.00
Stenographer (Penticton)    780.00
$33,212.00
Less percentage reductions        2,215.28
$30,996.72
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         2,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc       14,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses   500.00
Total of Vote No. 14  47,996.72
15. Veterinary Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Veterinary Inspector        $2,880.00
Four Veterinary Inspectors @ $2,340          9,360.00
$12,240.00
Less percentage reductions   856.80
$11,383.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  360.00
Travelling expenses, etc.         6,600.00
Casual labour and other expenses 	
In aid of Resident Veterinary Inspectors   400.00
Total of Vote No. 15  18,743.20
Carried forward      $208,207.56
*• Y 18
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,700.00
2,280.00
1,500.00
840.00
$7,320.00
400.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
$13,720.00
$2,880.00
2,520.00
2,400.00
2,100.00
1,092.00
900.00
$11,892.00
300.00
4,000.00
150.00
10,750.00
$27,092.00
$10,000.00
500.00
14,500.00
500.00
$25,500.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward      $208,207.56
16. Field Crop Branch.
Salaries:
Field Crop Commissioner   $2,700.00
Assistant Field Crop Commissioner (6 months)  1,140.00
Field Inspector  1,920.00
Stenographer  840.00
$6,600.00
Less percentage reductions   436.80
$6,163.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,500.00
Field demonstration-work, etc	
Casual labour, material, supplies, etc	
Total of Vote No. 16  9,063.20
17. Dairy Branch.
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner   $3,000.00
Dairy Instructor   2,520.00
Dairy Instructor   2,400.00
Assistant (Milk Records)   2,100.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer  900.00
$12,012.00
Less percentage reductions   781.08
$11,230.92
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  300.00
Travelling expenses, etc        4,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses  150.00
Dairying and cow-testing, etc       11,250.00
Total of Vote No. 17  26,930.92
Miscellaneous Grants.
18. Tubercular  Cattle—Compensation,   Supplies,   Tempo
rary Assistance, etc  $6,000.00
19. Automobiles and Accessories, etc  5,000.00
20. Agricultural Associations, Fairs, etc  10,000.00
....   Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society 	
Carried forward  $21,000.00
$244,201.68 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 19
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$25,500.00
21
4,000.00
4,000.00
4,500.00
4,000.00
22
23
4,532.50
3,000.00
24
3,000.00
25
8,500.00
26
7,000.00
27
2,500.00
28
7,000.00
29
2,500.00
30
15,000.00
31
1,000.00
2,000.00
32
1,000.00
33
1,200.00
5,750.00
34
1,500.00
7,000.00
35.
27,500.00
36
3,500.00
7,250.00
37.
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
38.
1,500.00
39.
$158,732.50
$439,450.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Miscellaneous Grants—Continued.
Brought forward     $21,000.00     $244,201.68
21. Vancouver Exhibition Association:
Fairs ...:      $2,000.00
Winter Fair	
Buildings         4,500.00
        6,500.00
2,000.00
B.C. Agricultural and Industrial Association	
Corporation   of   the   City   of   Victoria    (Exhibition
Buildings)   	
Interior Provincial Fair Association	
Chilliwack Agricultural Association 	
Farmers' Institutes 	
AVomen's Institutes 	
Seed Improvement, etc      $3,750.00
Less refund from Dominion Government       2,500.00
International, National, and Provincial Exhibits, etc.
Control of Noxious AA'eeds, etc	
Rebates on Stumping-powder, etc	
Gopher Extermination, etc	
Grasshopper Extermination, etc	
" Pound District Act "—Expenses, etc	
In Aid of Ploughing-matches, etc	
Boys' and Girls' Clubs—Competitions, etc	
World's Grain Congress 	
Bulletins, Circulars, Publications, etc	
Bounties on and Extermination of Noxious Animals,
Birds, etc	
Kamloops Agricultural Association 	
Transportation of Pure-bred Live Stock from United
Kingdom 	
Soil Classification—Labour, Supplies, etc	
Location of AArater-supplies 	
In Aid of Beef Industry 	
In Aid of Kamloops Bull Sale 	
Incidentals and Contingencies 	
Total of Miscellaneous Grants 	
4,532.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
3,981.40
3,921.76
1,250.00
3,750.00
1.000.00
12,000.00
500.00
750.00
3,000.00
3,750.00
1,000.00
3,840.40
1,000.00
784.80
76,560.36
Total, Department of Agriculture       $320,762.04 Y 20
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$7,500.00
2,280.00
1,320.00
$11,100.00
750.00
500.00
$12,350.00
$5,040.00
5,240.00
3,600.00
2,560.00
2,200.00
1,380.00
1,320.00
1,140.00
900.00
660.00
100.00
$24,140.00
1,620.00
350.00
$26,110.00
$4,160.00
2,100.00
960.00
1,320.00
1,248.00
1,140.00
$10,928.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
40. Attorney-General's Office.
Salaries:
The Attorney-General       $7,500.00
Secretary          2,280.00
Assistant Secretary         1,320.00
$11,100.00
Less percentage reductions         1,125.00
$9,975.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  750.00
Travelling expenses, etc  250.00
Total of Vote No. 40          $10,975.00
41. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General   $5,040.00
Legislative Counsel (ten months)   5,240.00
Departmental Solicitor  3,600.00
Chief Clerk   2,560.00
Accountant  2,200.00
Secretary-Clerk  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$24,140.00
Less percentage reductions         2,133.00
$22,007.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  250.00
Total of Vote No. 41   23,757.00
42. Companies Branch.
(a.)  Companies Office.
Salaries:
Registrar    $4,160.00
Deputy Registrar   2,100.00
Clerk   960.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,248.00
Stenographer :  1,140.00
Carried fonvard  $10,928.00
$34,732.00 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 21
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$10,928.00
990.00
960.00
900.00
75.00
$13,853.00
2,200.00
100.00
$16,153.00
700.00
$15,453.00
$1,000.00
1,740.00
1,044.00
1,020.00
75.00
$4,879.00
2,190.00
350.00
100.00
$7,519.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
42.                                        Companies Branch—Continued,
(a.)  Companies Office—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,928.00       $34,732.00
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer 	
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance 	
$12,788.00
Less percentage reductions   932.00
$11,856.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,200.00
Travelling expenses   100.00
$14,156.00
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  700.00
Total, Companies Office      $13,456.00
(6.)  Insurance Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $1,000.00
Clerk   1,740.00
Stenographer   1,044.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$4,879.00
Less percentage reductions   289.00
$4,590.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2.365.00
Travelling    expenses,    etc.     (including
Superintendents' Conference)     250.00
Association of Superintendents of Insurance (membership fees)   100.00
$7,305.00
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  150.00
Total, Insurance Office          7,155.00
Carried forward...:     $20,611.00       $34,732.00 Y 22
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,400.00
1,800.00
1,320.00
960.00
780.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
42. Companies Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $20,611.00       $34,732.00
(c.)  Security Frauds Prevention Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Registrar      $2,200.00
Clerk 	
Clerk         1,320.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer	
$7,260.00
1,400.00
5,000.00
200.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Investigations 	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$13,860.00
400.00
$4,480.00
257.00
$4,223.00
1,300.00
2,000.00
200.00
$7,723.00
400.00
$13,460.00
$36,432.00
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc	
Total, Security Frauds Prevention Office
Total of Vote No. 42	
7,323.00
43.
" Fire Marshal Act."
$3,660.00
2,220.00
2,140.00
1,212.00
930.00
Salaries:
Fire Marshal	
Assistant Fire Marshal
Assistant Fire Marshal
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Less percentage reductions
$10,162.00
2,700.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
800.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Fire Report fees and expenses 	
Fire inquiries 	
Educational propaganda 	
Examination of projectionists (moving pictures).
$3,660.00
2,220.00
2,140.00
1,212.00
930.00
$10,162.00
720.00
$9,442.00
3,200.00
3,500.00
1.000.00
300.00
1,000.00
500.00
$20,662.00
27,934.00
Carried forward     $18,942.00       $62,666.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 23
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$20,662.00
500.00
$21,162.00
21,152.00
$10.00
$4,320.00
1,920.00
1,212.00
$7,452.00
760.00
600.00
$8,812.00
1,000.00
$7,812.00
$2,700.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,248.00
150.00
$13,038.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
43. " Fire Marshal Act "—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $18,942.00       $62,666.00
Expenses—Continued.
Superannuation Fund  500.00
Miscellaneous    100.00
$19,542.00
Less chargeable to Fire Marshal Act Fund      19,532.00
Total of Vote No. 43  10.00
44. Municipal Branch.
Salaries:
Inspector of Municipalities        $4,320.00
Clerk         1,920.00
Stenographer        1,212.00
$7,452.00
Less percentage reductions   701.00
$6,751.00
Expenses:
Office   supplies,   etc.    (including   administration   of
insane estates and " Collection Agents' Licensing
Act"    660.00
Travelling expenses, etc :  600.00
$8,011.00
Less estimated receipts under sec. 50, subsec. (4),
" Lunacy Act "   900.00
Total of Vote No. 44  7,111.00
45. Censor of Moving Pictures.
Salaries:
Censor   $2,700.00
Assistant Censor   1,920.00
Assistant Censor  ,  1,920.00
Assistant Censor   1,500.00
Projectionist   1,800.00
Assistant Projectionist  1,800.00
Stenographer  1,248.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$12,963.00
Less percentage reductions   776.00
Carried fonvard     $12,187.00       $69,787.00 Y 24
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
B'iscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$13,038.00
400.00
100.00
1,000.00
$14,538.00
$3,900.00
2,520.00
1,300.00
1,380.00
840.00
100.00
$10,040.00
575.00
700.00
$11,315.00
$3,240.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
1,080.00
50.00
$8,090.00
180.00
90.00
$8,360.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
45. Censor of Moving Pictures—Continued.
Brought forward     $12,187.00       $69,787.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  100.00
Machine supplies, etc  1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 45  13,687.00
46. Sheriffs' Offices.
(a.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Sheriff  $3,900.00
Deputy Sheriff   2,520.00
Process Server   1,300.00
Book-keeper and Cashier   1,380.00
Stenographer  840.00
Temporary assistance  50.00
$9,990.00
Less percentage reductions   695.00
$9,295.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  575.00
Travelling expenses, etc  700.00
Total, Vancouver Office      $10,570.00
(b.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Sheriff  $3,240.00
Deputy Sheriff   2,220.00
Process Server   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,080.00
Temporary assistance  50.00
$8,090.00
Less percentage reductions   565.00
$7,525.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.   195.00
Travelling expenses, etc  75.00
Total, Victoria Office        7,795.00
Carried forward     $18,365.00       $83,474.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 25
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$7,580.00
$7,580.00
$27,255.00
$5,120.00
1,740.00
1,080.00
780.00
$8,720.00
375.00
$9,095.00
$1,800.00
1,284.00
50.00
$3,134.00
90.00
1,224.00
$2,820.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
$8,660.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
46. Sheriffs' Offices—Continued.
Brought forward     $18,365.00
(c.)  Sundry Sheriffs.
Allowances, etc      $6,140.00
Total, Sundry Sheriffs         6,140.00
Total, all Sheriffs' Offices, Arote No. 46	
47. Official Administrator, Vancouver.
Salaries:
Official Administrator       $5,120.00
Clerk and Accountant         1,740.00
Stenographer        1,080.00
Stenographer  7S0.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
3,720.00
775.00
$7,945.00
250.00
Total of Vote No. 47	
48.                                                   Official Guardian.
Salaries:
Official Guardian       $1,800.00
Stenographer	
Temporary assistance
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
1,284.00
50.00
$3,134.00
154.00
$2,980.00
100.00
Total of A^ote No. 48..
49.
Land Registry Offices.
(a.) Kamloops.
Salaries:
Registrar       $2,820.00
Deputy Registrar         2,000.00
Surveyor           1,900.00
Clerk         1,920.00
Carried fonvard..
$8,640.00
$83,474.00
24,505.00
8,195.00
3,080.00
$119,254.00 Y 26
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$8,660.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,080.00
1,320.00
1,020.00
100.00
$17,320.00
2,250.00
$19,570.00
$2,940.00
1,900.00
1,920.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
780.00
1,260.00
70.00
$13,670.00
2,650.00
$16,320.00
$3,300.00
2,520.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
$11,580.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
49. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(a.) Kamloops—Continued.
Brought forward      $8,640.00 $119,254.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk ....:.  1,620.00
Junior Clerk   1,080.00
Stenographer     1,320.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Temporary assistance  	
$17,220.00
Less percentage reductions         1,050.00
$16,170.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,000.00
Total, Kamloops Land Registry Office     $18,170.00
(6.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar   $2,940.00
Deputy Registrar   1,900.00
Surveyor   	
Clerk   1,6S0.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer     780.00
Janitor   1,260.00
Temporary assistance  (surveyor, etc.).. 1,000.00
$12,680.00
Less percentage reductions   692.00
$11,988.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,250.00
Total, Nelson Land Registry Office       14,238.00
(c.) New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar   $3,300.00
Deputy Registrar  2,520.00
Surveyor     1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Carried forward     $11,580.00   $32,408.00     $119,254.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 27
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$11,580.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,320.00
1,320.00
1,284.00
780.00
1,260.00
$25,404.00
2,650.00
$28,054.00
$3,120.00
1,920.00
900.00
780.00
$6,720.00
950.00
$7,670.00
$5,040.00
2,460.00
1,920.00
2,000.00
$11,420.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
49. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(c.)  New Westminster—Continued.
Brought forward     $11,580.00    $32,408.00     $119,254.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk  :  1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Stenographer     1,320.00
Stenographer     1,284.00
Stenographer     780.00
Janitor   1,260.00
$25,404.00
Less percentage reductions          1,559.00
$23,845.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,650.00
Total,  New  AVestminster  Land Registry
Office       26,495.00
(d.) Prince Rupert.
Salaries:
Registrar (also Registrar, Supreme and
County Courts)         $3,120.00
Chief Clerk and Surveyor          I,fl20.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer     780.00
$6,720.00
Less percentage reductions   482.00
$6,238.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  750.00
Total, Prince Rupert Land Registry Office       6,988.00
(e.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar        $5,040.00
Deputy Registrar         2,460.00
Surveyor            1,920.00
Clerk        2,000.00
Carried fonvard...:.    $11,420.00   $65,891.00     $119,254.00 Y 28
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$11,420.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,320.00
1,320.00
960.00
960.00
900.00
1,020.00
100.00
$43,040.00
4,350.00
$47,390.00
$3,780.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
2,000.00
1,820.00
1,820.00
1,620.00
660.00
1,820.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
49. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(e.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought forward     $11,420.00   $65,891.00     $119,254.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer     1,320.00
Stenographer     1,320.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Temporary assistance	
$42,940.00
Less percentage reductions         2,858.00
$40,082.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        3,720.00
Total, Vancouver Land Registry Office..
43,802.00
$21,460.00
(/.) Victoria.
Salaries:
Inspector of Legal Offices and Registrar $3,780.00
Deputy Registrar  2,100.00
Surveyor     1,820.00
Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,820.00
Clerk	
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Carried forward    $16,260.00 $109,693.00     $119,254.00 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 29
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$21,460.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
960.00
960.00
1,044.00
900.00
100.00
$28,424.00
1,750.00
180.00
$30,354.00
$149,358.00
$2,020.00
930.00
!,950.00
400.00
$3,350.00
$1,800.00
150.00
$1,950.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
49. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(/.)  Victoria—Continued.
Brought forward     $16,260.00 $109,693.00     $119,254.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk  1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Stenographer     1,044.00
Stenographer     900.00
Temporary assistance 	
$23,124.00
Less percentage reductions         1,376.00
$21,748.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,700.00
Travelling expenses, etc  150.00
Total, Victoria Land Registry Office        23,598.00
Total, all Land Registry Offices, Vote No. 49        133,291.00
50. Supreme and County Courts.
(a.)  Nanaimo.
Salaries:
Registrar        $2,020.00
Stenographer  930.00
$2,950.00
Less percentage reductions   178.00
$2,772.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Total,   Nanaimo   Supreme   and   County
Courts       $3,172.00
(6.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar       $1,800.00
Less percentage reductions   90.00
$1,710.00      '
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  175.00
Total, Nelson Supreme and County Courts       1,885.00
Carried forward       $5,057.00      $252,545.00 Y 30
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,400.00
1,820.00
900.00
150.00
$5,270.00
765.00
$6,035.00
$3,860.00
2,140.00
1,920.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,020.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,452.00
1,440.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
780.00
1,320.00
900.00
900.00
$28,692.00
2,200.00
$30,892.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued,
50. Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
Brought forward      $5,057.00     $252,545.00
(c.)  New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar         $2,400.00
Deputy Registrar         1,820.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   150.00
$4,910.00
Less percentage reductions   280.00
$4,030.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  740.00
Total,   New   Westminster   Supreme   and
County Courts         5,370.00
(d.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar        $3,860.00
Deputy Registrar  2,140.00
Chief Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,452.00
Clerk   1,440.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk  1,140.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer     900.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   800.00
$30,212.00
Less percentage reductions          1,677.00
$28,538.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,750.00
Total,   Vancouver   Supreme   and   County
Courts        31,285.00
Carried fonvard     $41,712.00     $252,545.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 31
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,600.00
2,200.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,200.00
250.00
$13,730.00
1,200.00
$14,930.00
$1,500.00
1,500.00
$3,000.00
$2,880.00
360.00
3,500.00
$6,740.00
$66,897.00
$377,235.00
19,398.00
$357,837.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
50. Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
Brought forward     $41,712.00     $252,545.00
(e.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Registrar    $3,600.00
Deputy Registrar    2,200.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk to Judges   1,200.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   150.00
$13,630.00
Less percentage reductions   849.00
$12,781.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  900.00
Total,    Victoria    Supreme   and    County
Courts        13,681.00
(f.) Sundry Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwack—Registrar's allowance, temporary assistance, office supplies, etc      $1,500.00
Sundry Courts other than above, office supplies, etc        1,300.00
Total,    Sundry    Supreme    and    County
Courts          2,800.00
(g.)  Official Stenographers.
Two Stenographers @ $1,440  $2,880.00
Stenographer     360.00
Civil Court Stenographers         3,500.00
Total, Official Stenographers         6,740.00
Total, all Supreme and County Courts, Vote No. 50.... 64,933.00
51. Provincial Police.
Police and Special Constables:
Salaries     $399,931.00
Less percentage   reductions $22,581.00
Less charges for quarters..    18,980.00
      41,561.00
Carried fonvard  $358,370.00 $317,478.00 Y 32
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$357,837.00
26,200.00
135,000.00
25.000.00
1,350.00
14,800.00
8,900.00
3,500.00
3,800.00
$576,387.00
13,680.00
2,749.00
$592,816.00
95,000.00
$497,816.00
$56,330.00
14,765.00
3,650.00
25,500.00
40,500.00
$140,745.00
$638,561.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
51. Provincial Police—Continued.
Brought forward  $358,370.00 $317,478.00
Police and Special Constables—Continued.
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  21,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  136,500.00
Uniforms and equipment   25,000.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  900.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  13,300.00
Provisions (keep of prisoners)  8,100.00
School of Instruction   3,500.00
Incidentals and contingencies   3,250.00
$570,420.00
Criminal Records:
Salaries    :  $13,575.00
Less percentage reductions 803.00
$12,772.00
Expenses         2,838.00
      15,610.00
$586,030.00
Less estimated receipts under " Municipal Act," " Police and Prisons
Regulation Act Amendment Act,
1924," " Government Liquor Act,"
and miscellaneous      110,000.00
$476,030.00
Motor-vehicle Branch:
Salaries (including temporary
assistance)     $51,413.00
Less percentage reductions..     2,261.00
    $49,152.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  13,330.00
Travelling expenses, etc  4,500.00
Plates, badges, etc  22,500.00
Highway Patrol:
Salaries and expenses  25,000.00
114,482.00
Total of Vote No. 51        590,512.00
Carried forward      $907,990.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 33
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal lrear
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$10,780.00
600.00
$10,180.00
150.00
10.00
550.00
400.00
750.00
2,000.00
550.00
350.00
25.00
$14,965.00
1,000.00
$13,965.00
$83,198.00
1,800.00
$81,398.00
1,000.00
900.00
7,500.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
8,400.00
13,300.00
2,000.00
$122,498.00
3
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Brought fonvard      $907,990.00
52. County Gaols.
(a.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees     $10,780.00
Less percentage reductions  $585.00
Less charges for quarters     600.00
 1,185.00
$9,595.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  150.00
Travelling expenses, etc  10.00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment  550.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  400.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  750.00
Provisions, etc. (keep of prisoners)  2,000.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 550.00
Good Conduct Fund  350.00
Incidentals and contingencies  25.00
$14,380.00
Less  estimated  receipts  under  " Municipal Act"         1,500.00
Total, Nelson Gaol      12,880.00
(b.)  Oakalla Prison Farm.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees     $91,522.00
Less percentage reductions.... $4,963.00
Less charges for quarters, etc.   1,740.00
        6,703.00
$84,819.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  900.00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment  7,500.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  1,200.00
Farm operations  (including stock, feed,
implements, etc.)   2,075.00
Upkeep of grounds  550.00
General equipment   1,200.00
Laundry (equipment, etc.)   5,350.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  10,500.00
Provisions, etc. (keep of prisoners)  13,300.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 2,000.00
Carried forward  $130,394.00    $12,880.00     $907,990.00 V 34
E STIMATE S   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$122,498.00
6,500.00
10,000.00
100.00
$139,098.00
50,000.00
$89,098.00
$103,063.00
$15,420.00
2,460.00
$12,960.00
450.00
300.00
1,500.00
700.00
3,350.00
5,500.00
1,550.00
150.00
500.00
$26,960.00
$26,960.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
52. County Gaols—Continued.
(b.)  Oakalla Prison Farm—Continued.
Brought forward  $130,394.00    $12,880.00     $907,990.00
Expenses—Continued.
Good Conduct Fund  6,500.00
Sheet-metal Plant   9,200.00
Incidentals and contingencies  250.00
$146,344.00
Less  estimated  receipts  under  " Municipal Act," sales, and miscellaneous      56,750.00
Total, Oakalla Prison Farm       89,594.00
Total, County Gaols, Arote No. 52         102,474.00
53. Girls' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent and Nurse  $1,980.00
Matron    1,260.00
Teacher     1,500.00
Clerk and Commercial Teacher   1,140.00
Sundry employees   9,580.00
$15,460.00
Less percentage reductions         $732.00
Less deductions for rent and board        2,560.00
 3,292.00
$12,168.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  400.00
Farm operations   300.00
Clothing, boots, etc  1,500.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  700.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  3,350.00
Provisions,  etc  5,500.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies  1,400.00
Good Conduct Fund   150.00
Incidentals and contingencies  250.00
$26,168.00
Less chargeable to municipalities        15,000.00
Total of Vote No. 53  11,168.00
Carried forward   $1,021,632.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 35
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$116,580.00
8,590.00
63,100.00
5,000.00
120.00
935.00
$194,325.00
$6,236.00
366.00
$5,870.00
7,000.00
$12,870.00
$207,195.00
750.00
$206,445.00
$26,000.00
25,000.00
35,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
1,050.00
1,200.00
$95,750.00
$16,000.00
$10,000.00
54.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Brought forward    $1,021,632.00
Game Branch.
Administration of " Game Act" :
Salaries    '. ,  $115,406.00
Less percentage reductions        6,481.00
$108,925.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  10,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  57,500.00
Uniforms and equipment  5,300.00
Rents (other than offices)   150.00
Fuel, water, and light   150.00
Incidentals and contingencies   1,195.00
$183,220.00
Game Propagation:
Salaries   	
Less deductions for rent  $365.00
Less percentage reductions     360.00
8,434.00
725.00
Expenses
$5,709.00
5,000.00
Less miscellaneous receipts ....
Total of Vote No. 54
10,709.00
$193,929.00
750.00
55. Administration of Justice:
Summoning and paying witnesses  $26,000.00
Grand and petit jurors  (including drawing panels,
etc.)   27,500.00
Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.)   40,000.00
Interpreters   1,750.00
Rewards  (fugitive offenders)     1,000.00
Stenographers, transcripts, etc. (Criminal Courts).— 4,500.00
Stipendiary Magistrates (provisional allowances).... 1,050.00
Contingencies arising out of prosecutions  1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 55	
56. Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
57. Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs
193,179.00
103,300.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
Carried forward    $1,343,111.00 Y 36
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$1,500.00
$3,000.00
$1,454,360.00
$21,350.00
850,000.00
$871,350.00
$1,000,000.00
$1,871,350.00
$3,325,710.00
$7,500.00
2,160.00
1,200.00
$10,860.00
360.00
1,200.00
$12,420.00
$5,120.00
4,080.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
$14,180.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Brought forward    $1,343,111.00
58. Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds  (Salaries and Ex
penses)   	
59. Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in Canada	
60. Incidentals and Contingencies (not otherwise provided for) 	
5,000.00
1,500.00
2,250.00
To be voted    $1,351,861.00
Authorized by Statute.
Mothers' Pensions Act," Sec. 10:
Salaries and expenses	
Pensions   	
" Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1) (c) :
Municipalities—Share of profits    $785,000.00
Statutory Expenditure
785,000.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General    $2,136,861.00
61.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Education      $7,500.00
Secretary 	
Temporary assistance
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 61 :	
62. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education
Assistant Superintendent of Education 	
Registrar 	
Chief Clerk 	
1,800.00
500.00
$9,S00.00
990.00
$8,810.00
360.00
1,300.00
$10,470.00
$5,120.00
4,080.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
Carried forward    $14,180.00
$10,470.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 37
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$14,180.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,176.00
930.00
930.00
780.00
1,080.00
$22,076.00
8,550.00
630.00
$31,256.00
$2,320.00
1,800.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
960.00
(1)       780.00
1,000.00
$9,140.00
2,500.00
$11,650.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
62. General Office—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $14,180.00       $10,470.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,500.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer   930.00
Clerk-Stenographer   930.00
Stenographer  780.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance  800.00
$22,480.00
Less percentage reductions          1,660.20
$20,819.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        8,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  400.00
Total of Arote No. 62  29,419.80
63. Text-book Branch.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge   $3,000.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk  .-  1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Clerk  ,..?  1,200.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Temporary assistance  2,800.00
$14,500.00
Less percentage reductions   606.00
$13,894.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         2.000.00
Freight and cartage        8,000.00
Text-books, etc     150,000.00
$173,894.00
Less chargeable to Text-book Branch Operating
Account    !     173,884.00
Total of Vote No. 63  10.00
Carried forward        $39,899.80 Y 38
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,        No. of
Fiscal Year Vote.
1931-32.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$80,000.00
(5)
$3,540.00
10,800.00
3,000.00
1,020.00
900.00
780.00
1,200.00
$21,240.00
3,550.00
225.00
1,750.00
700.00
$27,465.00
6,000.00
$21,465.00
$2,520.00
1,044.00
840.00
780.00
1,200.00
$6,384.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought fonvard	
64. Free Text-books, Maps, etc	
$39,899.80
57,200.00
65.
Correspondence Courses.
(a.)  High Schools.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge        $3,540.00
Four Correspondence Instructors        8,700.00
Part-time Instructors 	
Clerk         1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance  800.00
$16,340.00
Less percentage reductions         1,075.80
15.264.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  4,000.00
Reading of students' papers by part-time
Instructors  4,500.00
Revision of courses   500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  150.00
Science equipment   1,600.00
Incidentals     400.00
Total,    High    School    Correspondence Courses    $26,414.20
Less fees   3,000.00
$23,414.20
(&.)  Elementary Schools.
Salaries :
Officer in Charge  ,      $2,520.00
Correspondence Instructor          1,044.00
Correspondence Instructor       840.00
Correspondence Instructor   780.00
Temporary assistance           1,850.00
$7,034.00
Less percentage reductions  282.96
Carried forward       $6,751.04    $23,414.20       $97,099.80 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 39
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
3,384.00
900.00
$7,284.00
$28,749.00
$3,600.00
2,740.00
960.00
840.00
780.00
400.00
$9,320.00
2,100.00
2,750.00
18,000.00
35,000.00
$67,170.00
$7,240.00
51,800.00
14,730.00
65.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Correspondence Courses—Continued.
(&.) Elementary Schools—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,751.04    $23,414.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
1,350.00
'Total, Elementary School Correspondence
Courses          8,101.04
Total of Arote No. 65..
Industrial Education.
Salaries:
Organizer        $3,600.00
Director of Home Economics
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer	
Stenographer	
Temporary assistance 	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Grants in aid of industrial, commercial, household
science education, manual-training equipment,
agriculture, etc	
Night-schools   	
2,740.00
840.00
840.00
840.00
1,480.00
$10,340.00
616.60
$9,723.40
1,600.00
2,750.00
27,000.00
Total of Arote No. 66..
67.
Inspection of Schools.
Salaries:
Two Inspectors of High Schools @ $3,620      $7;
Eight Inspectors of Schools @ $3,320       26.
Four Inspectors of Schools @ $3,275
Inspector of Schools 	
Two Inspectors of Schools @ $3,020
Inspector of Schools 	
Municipal Inspector of Schools 	
Municipal Inspector of Schools 	
Municipal Inspector of Schools 	
Municipal Inspector of Schools 	
13
3
6
2
3
3
3
3
240.00
560.00
100.00
.140.00
040.00
900.00
960.00
675.00
,575.00
,520.00
$97,099.80
31,515.24
41,073.40
$73,770.00
Carried forward     $73,710.00     $169,688.44 Y 40
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$73,770.00
1,020.00
$74,790.00
6,250.00
31,000.00
$112,040.00
8,865.00
$103,175.00
$3,920.00
3,440.00
9,960.00
1,110.00
3,275.00
2,900.00
2,400.00
2,240.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
840.00
1,728.00
1,260.00
665.00
$37,838.00
468.00
$37,370.00
2,700.00
360.00
$40,430.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
67. Inspection of Schools—Continued.
, Brought forward     $73,710.00     $169,688.44
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer            1,020.00
Temporary  Stenographers    250.00
$74,980.00
Less percentage reductions         6,495.90
$68,484.10
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        6,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc      31,000.00
$105,734.10
Less portion of salaries and expenses of Municipal Inspectors paid by School Boards         8,137.70
Total of Vote No. 67  97,596.40
68. Normal Schools.
(a.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Principal  $3,920.00
Assistant Master   3,440.00
Three Assistant Masters   9,960.00
Assistant Master  (for 4 months)	
Assistant Master   3,275.00
Assistant Master   2,900.00
Assistant Mistress   2,400.00
Assistant Mistress   2,120.00
Assistant Mistress   2,100.00
Assistant Mistress   2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Engineer and Gardener  1,728.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Gardener (part time)   630.00
$36,573.00
Less deduction for rent, etc. (Engineer) 468.00
$36,105.00
Less percentage reductions         2,868.15
$33,236.85
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  360.00
Carried fonvard    $35,996.85 $267,284.84 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 41
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$40,430.00
2,500.00
1,200.00
$44,130.00
8,800.00
$35,330.00
$3,920.00
3,440.00
3,320.00
2,100.00
3,140.00
3,020.00
4,600.00
2,120.00
2,100.00
1,780.00
996.00
68.
I
$30,536.00
3,600.00
370.00
300.00
$34,806.00
5,600.00
$29,206.00
$2,500.00
$67,036.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Normal Schools—Continued,
(a.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $35,996.85
$267,284.84
Expenses—Continued.
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Transportation  of students  to outlying
practice-schools   	
Incidentals	
Less Normal School fees
2,500.00
700.00
1,000.00
$40,196.85
8,800.00
Total, Normal School, Vancouver       31,396.85
(6.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Principal      $3,920.00
Assistant Master 	
Assistant Master 	
Assistant Master 	
Assistant Master 	
Assistant Master 	
(Assistant Mistress 	
) Assistant Mistress 	
Assistant Mistress 	
Principal, Model School
Teacher, Model School ..
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Transportation of students  to  outlying
practice-schools 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Less Normal School fees 	
3,440.00
3,320.00
2,500.00
3,140.00
3,020.00
2,300.00
1,800.00
2,100.00
1,780.00
996.00
$28,316.00
2,157.04
$26,158.96
2,200.00
370.00
600.00
330.00
$29,658.96
5,600.00
Total, Normal School, etc., Arictoria      24,058.96
(c.)  Scholarships.
Scholarships or bursaries 	
Total, all Normal Schools, Vote No. 68	
55,455.81
Carried forward      $322,740.05 Y 42
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$29,032.00
4,188.00
$24,844.00
1,000.00
90.00
3,000.00
500.00
4,000.00
600.00
$34,034.00
3,500.00
$30,534.00
$1,845,260.00
339,640.00
$2,184,900.00
$755,000.00
$117,600.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought forward      $322,740.65
69. School for the Deaf and the Blind.
Salaries:
Principal    r  $2,712.00
Two Assistant Instructors @ $1,800  3,600.00
Assistant Instructor   1,620.00
Assistant Instructor   1,600.00
Two Assistant Instructors @ $1,500  3,000.00
Assistant Instructor   1,440.00
Assistant Instructor   1,380.00
Assistant Instructor   1,260.00
Part-time Instructor   1,230.00
Matron    1,140.00
Sundry employees   10,550.00
$29,532.00
Less percentage reductions         1,418.44
$28,113.56
Less deduction for rent, etc        4,188.00
$23,925.56
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  90.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  3,000.00
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment   1,000.00
Provisions, etc  3,800.00
Incidentals and contingencies   800.00
$33,615.56
Less fees for extra-provincial children          3,500.00
Total of A7ote No. 69  30,115.56
70. Salary Grants.
(a.)  Cities and Municipalities   $1,483,526.00
(6.)  Rural School Districts         713,000.00
Total, Salary Grants, AArte No. 70      2,196,526.00
71. Teachers' Salaries.
Assisted Schools (as per Schedule)  (3 months)         223,200.00
72. Erection of New Buildings, Maintenance and Repairs of School
Buildings, and Special Aid to School Districts, etc  50,000.00
Carried fonvard -    $2,822,582.21 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 43
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$1,800.00
1,700.00
$3,500.00
$15,000.00
4,000.00
$47,000.00
26,000.00
$21,000.00
$85,000.00
$3,750.00
750.00
$3,000.00
$5,420.00
$425,000.00
12,700.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
$462,700.00
$25,000.00
3,000.00
$4,117,110.00
620,000.00
$4,737,110.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued,
Brought forward	
$2,822,582.21
73. Rural Female Teachers' AVelfare Officer:
Salary        $1,800.00
Less percentage reduction   90.00
Expenses
$1,710.00
1,600.00
. Total of Vote No. 73
74. Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses 	
    Grants to Libraries 	
76. Examination of Teachers and High School Entrance
Classes      $40,000.00
Less examination fees       30,000.00
Total, Examination of Teachers, etc., Vote No. 76
77. Conveying Children to Central Schools 	
78. Summer Schools
Less fees	
$7,500.00
5.000.00
79. Official Trustee, Community School District—Salary and expenses
(5 months) 	
80. Incidentals and Contingencies 	
81. University of British Columbia.
(a.)  General   grant     $241,100.00
(6.) Teacher Training Course        8,900.00
(e.) Accommodation for Home Economics to supplement AVomen's Fund 	
Home Economics staff  '.	
Total of Vote No. 81
    Scholarships for University Students
83. Special Grant to Victoria College 	
3,310.00
12,000.00
10,000.00
85,000.00
2,500.00
2,200.00
5,420.00
250,000.00
3,000.00
1,196,012.21
650,000.00
To be voted  	
Authorized by Statute.
: Public Schools Act Amendment Act," Chap. 74, 1918,  Sec. 26:.
Advances re rural district school taxes	
Note.—Reimbursed to Consolidated Revenue Fund as collected.
See Estimated Revenue, Department of Finance, fiscal year
1931-32.
Total for Educational Purposes     $3,846,012.21 Y 44
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
. 1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$7,500.00
2,520.00
1,260.00
$11,280.00
480.00
1,200.00
$12,960.00
$8,000.00
3,060.00
2,640.00
2,760.00
2,520.00
2,100.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,260.00
1,500.00
1,320.00
1,176.00
1,140.00
1,260.00
660.00
540.00
$33,356.00
2,800.00
750.00
750.00
$37,656.00
$3,600.00
1,800.00
$5,400.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
84. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Finance        $7,500.00
Secretary         2,520.00
Stenographer           1,000.00
$11,020.00
Less percentage reductions         1,116.40
$9,903.60
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  480.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,200.00
Total of Vote No. 84         $11,583.60
85. General Office.
Salaries :
Deputy Minister of Finance   $8,000.00
Inspector of Revenue   3,060.00
Chief Clerk and Securities Clerk   2,640.00
Paymaster   2,760.00
Statistician    2,520.00
Cashier   2,280.00
Clerk '  1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,260.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer     1,176.00
Stenographer     1,140.00
Stenographer	
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk  ,  540.00
$32,276.00
Less percentage reductions         2,403.84
$29,872.16
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,800.00
Travelling expenses, etc  750.00
Legal expenses, etc  750.00
Total of Vote No. 85   34,172.16
86. Inspector of# Trust Companies, Probate and Succession Duties.
Salaries:
Inspector and Assessor       $3,600.00
Clerk          1,800.00
Carried fonvard       $5,400.00       $45,755.76 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 45
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$5,400.00
960.00
1,800.00
$8,160.00
500.00
2,200.00
500.00
$11,360.00
$7,500.00
3,660.00
2,320.00
1,080.00
3,240.00
2,520.00
2,280.00
4,080.00
2,760.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
3,840.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
3,000.00
540.00
900.00
$45,520.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
$49,020.00
DEPARTMENT OF EINANDE—Continued.
86. Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession
Duties—Continued.
Brought forward      $5,400.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk-Stenographer     960.00
Two Stenographers @ $900          1,800.00
$8,160.00
Less percentage reductions   524.00
$7,635.60
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Valuators           2,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  .500.00
Total of Vote No. 86	
87. Controlling and Audit Branch.
General Office.
Salaries:
Comptroller-General    $7,500.00
Deputy Comptroller-General   4,080.00
Accountant     2,320.00
Secretary   1,080.00
Auditor of Revenue 	
Senior Auditor   2,720.00
Travelling Auditor   2,280.00
Two Travelling Auditors @ $2,040  4,080.00
Auditor of Disbursements   2,760.00
Chief Clerk   2,100.00
Public Accounts Clerk   2,000.00
Two Clerks @ $1,920  ;  3,840.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500   3,000.00
Junior Clerk   720.00
Cheque-writer   960.00
$43,140.00
Less percentage reductions         3,297.60
$39,842.40
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,500.00
New   equipment,   including   temporary    operators'
salaries and expenses         2,000.00
Carried fonvard     $43,342.40
$45,755.76
10,835.60
$56,591.36 Y 46
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$49,020.00
5,500.00
$54,520.00
2,500.00
$52,020.00
$5,400.00
3,120.00
2,000.00
1,620.00
1,290.00
840.00
780.00
$15,056.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
500.00
300.00
$19,356.00
$71,376.00
$4,080.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
3,400.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,584.00
$18,424.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
87. Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued.
General Office—Continued.
Brought forward     $43,342.40       $56,591.36
Expenses—Continued.
Travelling expenses, etc        5,500.00
$4S,842.40
Less audit fee from Liquor Control Board        2,500.00
Total, General Office     $46,342.40
Purchasing Agent's Office.
Salaries:
Purchasing Agent   $5,400.00
Assistant Purchasing Agent   3,120.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,296.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
$15,056.00
Less percentage reductions         1,279.40
$13,776.60
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,500.00
Advertising for tenders, etc        2,000.00
Telegrams, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  300.00
Total, Purchasing Agent's Office       18,076.60
Total of Vote No. 87  64,419.00
88. Surveyor of Taxes.
(a.)  Real Property, Amusements, and Gasoline Taxes.
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes  $4,0S0.00
Chief Clerk   2,220.00
Clerk in Charge, Amusements Tax   2,000.00
Status Clerk and Surveyor   1,900.00
Two Clerks @ $1,700   3,400.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk and Inspector   1,620.00
Clerk   1,584.00
Carried forward    $18,424.00     $121,010.36 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 47
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$18,424.00
1,248.00
1,212.00
1,176.00
1,020.00
900.00
9,200.00
$33,180.00
6,250.00
1.500.00
2,750.00
15,000.00
7,500.00
$66,180.00
(2)
$4,080.00
3,360.00
2,660.00
2,340.00
2,100.00
2,040.00
3,600.00
2,120.00
1,920.00
1,572.00
1,344.00
1,320.00
840.00
1,140.00
(2)     1,860.00
780.00
$33,076.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Survey'or of Taxes—Continued.
(a.) Real Property, Amusements, and Gasoline Taxes—Continued.
Brought forward     $18,424.00     $121,010.36
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk-Stenographer   1,248.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,212.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Stenographer	
Junior Clerk  900.00
Temporary assistance  7,000.00
$29,960.00
Less percentage reductions         1,400.72
$28,559.28
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500.00
Courts of Revision and Appeal   2,750.00
Commission on collection of general revenue  15,000.00
Timber-cruising    7,000.00
Total, Section (a)      $60,309.28
(b.) Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes.
Salaries:
Commissioner of Income Tax  $4,0S0.00
Senior Auditor   3,360.00
Senior Auditor   2,660.00
Auditor   2,340.00
Special Auditor    2,100.00
Auditor   2,040.00
Auditor   1,800.00
Auditor  1,500.00
Chief Clerk   2,120.00
Audit Clerk   1,920.00
Audit Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Junior Clerk   S40.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Two Stenographers @ $930  1,860.00
Three Stenographers @ $780   2,340.00
$36,916.00
Less percentage reductions         2,334.40
Carried forward     $34,581.60    $60,309.28     $121,010.36 Y 48
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$33,076.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
500.00
$42,576.00
$108,756.00
$8,000.00
4,140.00
1,800.00
1,644.00
4,500.00
$20,084.00
3,000.00
4,750.00
8,500.00
$36,334.00
$12,125.00
12,125.00
9,200.00
7,500.00
720.00
2,900.00
3,300.00
1,000.00
$48,870.00
$85,204.00
73,000.00
$12,204.00
88.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Surveyor of Taxes—Continued.
(a.) Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes—Continued.
Brought forward     $34,581.60    $60,309.28     $121,010.36
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Courts of Revision and Appeal
Advertising, general 	
6,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
500.00
Total, Section (6)       45,081.60
Total of Vote No. 88
105,390.88
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England.
» Agent-General's Office.
Salaries:
Agent-General   $8,000.00
Secretary   4,140.00
Chief Clerk  1,800.00
Clerk  !  1,644.00
Office Staff   4,500.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Allowance, travelling and other expenses	
Advertising, subscriptions to publications, etc.
$20,084.00
1,504.80
$18,579.20
3,500.00
2,750.00
8,500.00
Total, Agent-General's Office      $33,329.20
British Columbia House, London, England.
Interest on mortgage      $12,125.00
Ground-rent         12,125.00
Rates and taxes 	
Maintenance and repairs to buildings
Insurance 	
Fuel and light	
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
9,200.00
6,400.00
800.00
2,700.00
3,400.00
1,350.00
Total, B.C. House
48,100.00
$81,429.20
Less rents from B.C. House, estimated at      70,000.00
Carried fonvard     $11,429.20      $226,401.24 ESTIMATES  (1932-33),
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$4,000.00
780.00
$4,780.00
350.00
1,500.00
$6,630.00
$18,834.00
$2,460.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,284.00
600.00
$7,764.00
1,599.00
$9,363.00
$1,200.00
750.00
$1,950.00
$2,280.00
1,500.00
$3,780.00
4
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
89. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England—Continued.
Brought forward     $11,429.20     $226,401.24
Overseas Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Markets Representative       $4,000.00
Stenographer     780.00
$4,780.00
Less percentage reductions   360.00
$4,420.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc ,  350.00
Allowance, travelling and other expenses       1,500.00
Total, Markets Branch         6,270.00
Total of Vote No. 89  17,699.20
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Alberni Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent       $2,460.00
Clerk and Registrar 	
Clerk         1,620.00
Stenographer         1,284.00
Janitor  600.00
$5,964.00
Less percentage reductions   341.40
$5,622.60
Expenses        1,484.00
Total, Alberni Agency      $7,106.60
Anyox Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent    $300.00
Expenses   650.00
Total Anyox Agency   950.00
Ashcroft Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Assessor and Collector 	
Clerk	
Carried forward.........      $8,056.60     $244,100.44 Y 50
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
No. of sjTT'TJVT-Tr'T?' Fiscal Year
Vote. bJtiKVlCH,. 1932-33.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Ashcroft Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $8,056.60     $244,100.44
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses  ;	
Total, Ashcroft Sub-agency	
Atlin Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,400.00
Clerk          1,200.00
Janitor    820.00
$4,420.00
Less percentage reductions   248.80
$4,171.20
Expenses         1,750.00
Total, Atlin Agency        5,921.20
Barkerville Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner       $1,900.00
Deputy Mining Recorder 	
$1,900.00
Less percentage reductions   133.00
$1,767.00
Expenses     650.00
Total, Barkerville Sub-agency         2,417.00
Clinton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $1,920.00
Clerk  :        1,080.00
$3,000.00
Less percentage reductions   177.60
Carried forward       $2,822.40    $16,394.80     $244,100.44
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$3,780.00
900.00
200.00
$4,880.00
2,046.00
$6,926.00
$2,400.00
1,200.00
820.00
$4,420.00
1,770.00
$6,190.00
$1,900.00
500.00
$2,400.00
650.00
$3,050.00
$1,920.00
1,080.00
$3,000.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 51
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,000.00
1,175.00
$4,175.00
$2,520.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2,220.00
1.620.00
1,080.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
1,200.00
$15,360.00
4,409.00
$19,769.00
$2,640.00
2,160.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,524.00
1,200.00
960.00
930.00
$16,254.00
5,201.00
$21,455.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Clinton Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $2,822.40    $16,394.80     $244,100.44
Expenses            1,100.00
Total, Clinton Sub-agency         3,922.40
Cranbrook Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Assessor       $2,400.00
Assessor and Collector 	
Deputy Assessor 	
Mining Recorder and Deputy Registrar       2,220.00
Clerk	
Cashier and Clerk          1,200.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  840.00
Junior   600.00
Janitor           1,200.00   ■
$10,200.00
Less percentage reductions   546.60
$9,653.40
Expenses        4,000.00
Total, Cranbrook Agency   •   13,653.40
Cumberland Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,640.00
Assessor and Collector          2,160.00
Deputy Assessor           1,800.00
Deputy Collector         1,800.00
Clerk and Special Collector         1,620.00
Clerk  .'	
Clerk  ......         1,524.00
Clerk         1,200.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer     780.00
$14,484.00
Less percentage reductions   790.80
$13,693.20
Expenses        5,500.00
Total, Cumberland Agency       19,193.20
Carried forward     $53,163.80     $244,100.44 Y 52
ESTIMATES  (1932-33),
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,460.00
1,860.00
2,424.00
$6,744.00
2,283.00
$9,027.00
$2,140.00
1,500.00
900.00
1,320.00
$5,860.00
1,325.00
$7,185.00
$1,600.00
735.00
$2,335.00
$2,460.00
2,100.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
$6,960.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward...... ,.,..,    $53,103.80     $244,100.44
Duncan Agency,
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector       $2,460.00
Deputy Assessor          1,620.00
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,212         2,424.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses
$6,504.00
350,16
$6,153.84
2,283.00
Total, Duncan Agency	
Fernie Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,140.00
Clerk ....,         1,500.00
Stenographer  900.00
Janitor          1,200.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses	
$5,740.00
308.80
$5,431.20
1,325.00
Total, Fernie Agency  ....
Fort Fraser Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses	
$1,600.00
80.00
$1,520.00
700.00
Total, Fort Fraser Agency	
Golden Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent .
Assessor 	
Stenographer	
Janitor 	
Less percentage reductions
Carried forward	
$2,460.00
2,100.00
900.00
$5,460.00
355.20
8.436.84
6,756.20
2,220.00
5,104.80    $70,576.84     $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 53
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33,
$6,960.00
1,750.00
5,710.00
$2,020.00
1,200.00
$3,220.00
1,135.00
4,355.00
$1,800.00
1,250.00
$3,050.00
$2,940.00
2,400.00
2,340.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
960.00
780.00
1,380.00
1,176.00
1,176.00
900.00
780.00
1,200.00
$18,912.00
4,985.00
$23,897.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Golden Agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $5,104.80    $70,576.84     $244,100.44
Expenses           2,070.00
Total, Golden Agency         7,174.80
Grand Forks Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,020.00
Janitor   900.00
$2,920.00
Less percentage reductions   177.40
$2,742.60
Expenses           1,190.00
Total, Grand Forks Sub-agency         3,932.60
Greenwood Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government  Sub-agent  	
Expenses   	
Total, Greenwood Sub-agency 	
Kamloops Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,940.00
Assessor   2,400.00
Collector   2,340.00
Clerk = 1,500.00
Clerk   1,380.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Stenographer  1,176.00
Stenographer  900.00
Two Stenographers ® $7S0  1,560.00
Janitor   1.200.00
$19,692.00
Less percentage reductions         1,060.68
$18,631.32
Expenses         4,630.00
Total, Kamloops Agency ,      23,261.32
Carried fonvard  $104,945.56     $244,100.44 Y 54
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,460.00
2,280.00
1,720.00
3,072.00
780.00
1,140.00
$11,452.00
768.00
$10,684.00
2,653.00
$13,337.00
$1,800.00
780.00
$2,580.00
750.00
$3,330.00
$2,140.00
1,620.00
1,800.00
$5,560.00
2,950.00
$8,510.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Con tinned.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $104,945.56     $244,100.44
Kaslo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,460.00
Assessor 	
Clerk         1,720.00
Two Clerks @ $1,536 .'.        3,072.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor           1,140.00
Less percentage reductions  $488.60
Less Public Works Dept     729.60
Expenses
$9,172.00
1,218.20
$7,953.80
2,600.00
Total, Kaslo Agency       10,553.80
Kelowna Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $1,800.00
Stenographer   780.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses	
$2,580.00
121.20
$2,458.80
800.00
Total, Kelowna Sub-agency 	
Lillooet Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Assessor and Collector       $2,140.00
Clerks          1,620.00
Two Stenographers @ $900         1,800.00
3,258.80
Less percentage reductions
Expenses
Total, Lillooet Sub-agency
$5,560.00
302.80
$5,257.20
2,750.00
8,007.20
Carried fonvard  $126,765.36     $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 55
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,040.00
840.00
780.00
1,140.00
$4,800.00
975.00
$5,775.00
$2,460.00
2,200.00
2,000.00
1,980.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
1,020.00
930.00
960.00
1,320.00
$15,750.00
4,611.00
$20,361.00
$2,940.00
2,520.00
2,400.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,080.00
1,248.00
1,176.00
$14,784.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $126,765.36     $244,100.44
Merritt Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Assessor  $2,460.00
Collector   2,040.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Janitor    1,140.00
$8,040.00
Less percentage reductions   456.60
$7,583.40 i
Expenses         1,600.00
Total, Merritt Sub-agency         9,183.40
Nanaimo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,460.00
Assessor  2,200.00
Collector   2,000.00
Deputy Assessor   1,980.1)0
Special Collector   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,020.00
Stenographer   930.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Janitor    1,200.00
$16,230.00
Less percentage reductions   937.20
$15,292.80
Expenses         4,430.00
Total, Nanaimo Agency        19,722.80
Nelson Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,940.00
Assessor         2,520.00
Collector 	
Clerk         1,800.00
Deputy Collector         1,620.00
Two Clerks @ $1,080         2,160.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,248.00
Stenographer        1,176.00
Carried forward :    $13,464.00 $155,671.56     $244,100.44 Y 56
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
. Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$14,784.00
1,800.00
840.00
1,200.00
$18,624.00
4,805.00
$23,429.00
$2,940.00
1,980.00
1,900.00
1,860.00
1,152.00
1,080.00
996.00
780.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,080.00
2,940.00
2,260.00
1,500.00
996.00
930.00
900.00
900.00
660.00
$27,614.00
720.00
$26,894.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Nelson Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $13,464.00 $155,671.56     $244,100.44
Salaries—Continued.
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Stenographer ,.. 840.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor    1,200.00
$18,0S4.00
Less percentage reductions   933.84
$17,150.16
Expenses         4,850.00
Total, Nelson Agency        22,000.16
New Westminster Agency.-
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent  $2,520.00
Clerk and Mining Recorder   1,980.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk ..'  1,860.00
Clerk   1,152.00
Stenographer     1,080.00
Stenographer     996.00
Stenographer  780.00
Chief Janitor   1,500.00
Janitor    1,260.00
Janitor and Night-watchman   1,080.00
Assessor's Office.
Assessor   2,940.00
Collector    :  2,260.00
Clerk ....: =  ....:..  1,500.00
Stenographer     996.00
Stenographer  930.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer ,........,   780.00
Junior Clerk ,  660.00
Temporary assistance .......: ;...;. 540.00
Less percentage reductions..
Less registration of voters..
Carried forward..
$1,550.96
720.00
$27,614.00
2,270.96
25,343.04 $177,671.72     $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 57
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$26,894.00
6,358.00
$33,252.00
$1,900.00
443.00
$2,343.00
$2,640.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
3,000.00
1,092.00
1,560.00
780.00
$13,072.00
4,400.00
$17,472.00
$2,160.00
2,040.00
1,920.00
1,716.00
1,080.00
900.00
$9,816.00
2,625.00
$12,441.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
New Westminster Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $25,343.04 $177,671.72     $244,100.44
Expenses           6,800.00
Total, New AVestminster Agency       32,143.04
New Denver Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder 	
Expenses   	
Total, New Denver Sub-agency 	
Penticton Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,640.00
Assessor   2,100.00
Deputy Collector   1,900.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500   3,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
$13,072.00
Less percentage reductions   752.08
$12,319.92
Expenses           4,400.00
Total, Penticton Agency      16,719.92
Pouce Coupe Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,160.00
Assessor   2,040.00
Deputy Collector  1,920.00
Clerk   1,716.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,080.00
Two Stenographers @ $900 „  1,800.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $600  1,200.00
$11,916.00
Less percentage reductions   677.40
$11,238.60
Expenses           2,625.00
Total, Pouce Coupe Agency      13,863.60
Carried forward  $240,398.2S     $244,100.44 Y 58
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
193.1-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,100.00
:,100.00
472.00
$2,572.00
$2,460.00
2,260.00
2,260.00
1,700.00
1,020.00
1,092.00
930.00
1,800.00
1,320.00
500.00
$15,342.00
6,616.00
$21,958.00
$2,400.00
2,520.00
1.920.00
3,600.00
1,500.00
900.00
1,320.00
1,200.00
900.00
780.00
$17,040.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Con tinned.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $240,398.28     $244,100.44
Powell River Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $2,100.00
Stenographer     780.00
$2,880.00
Less percentage reductions   178.20
$2,701.80
Expenses     472.00
Total, Powell River Sub-agency         3,173.80
Prince George Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,460.00
Assessor   2,260.00
Collector   2,260.00
Clerk     1,700.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Stenographer     930.00
Two Stenographers @ $900  1,800.00
Janitor    1,200.00
Temporary assistance  500.00
$15,222.00
Less percentage reductions   815.28
$14,406.72
Expenses           6,616.00
Total, Prince George Agency       21,022.72
Prince Rupert Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,400.00
Assessor   2,520.00
Collector     1,920.00
Two Clerks @ $1,800   3,600.00
Clerk  •.  1,500.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,200.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer     780.00
Carried fonvard     $17,040.00 $264,594.80     $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
Y°o'tef                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$17,040.00
1,320.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINAT
90.                     Government Agents and Assess
Prince Rupert Agency-
Brouaht forward	
>TCE—Contir
ORS, ETC.—C
—Continued.
$17,040.00
1,200.00
720.00
1,440.00
lued.
ontinued.
$264,594.80
27,145.20
3,153.00
11,387.60
$244,100.44
Salaries—Continued.
Janitor 	
720.00
Assistant Janitor 	
1,440.00
Ensrineer   	
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses   	
Total, Prince Rupert Agency
Princeton Snb-ar,
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner 	
Stenosrrnnher      	
$20,400.00
1,099.80
$20,520.00
7,845.00
$19,300.20
7,845.00
$28,365.00
ency.
$2,100.00
$2,340.00
7S0 00
Less percentage reductions 	
Exoenses   	
$2,100.00
147.00
$3,120.00
1,290.00
$1,953.00
1,200.00
Total, Princeton Sub-agency
Quesnel Agen
Salaries:
Government Agent	
Assessor 	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer   	
Less percentage reductions  ,	
Expenses   	
Carried forward	
$4,410.00
yu.
$2,340.00
2,220.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
930.00
$2,340.00
2,220.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
930.00
$8,610.00
512.40
$8,610.00
4,335.00
$8,097.60
3,290.00
$12,945.00
$306,280.60
$244,100.44 Y 60
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$840.00
450.00
$1,290.00
$2,580.00
2,160.00
1,860.00
1,536.00
1,092.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
$12,048.00
3,455.00
$15,503.00
$2,000.00
780.00
1,200.00
$3,980.00
1,270.00
$5,250.00
$1,800.00
1,500.00
930.00
$4,230.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $306,280.60     $244,100.44
Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder	
Expenses   	
Total, Queen Charlotte Island Sub-agency     	
Revelstoke Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,580.00
Assessor         2,160.00
Mining Recorder         1,800.00
Clerk	
Clerk-Stenographer         1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $780          1,560.00
Janitor        1,200.00
$10,392.00
Less percentage reductions   575.88
$9,816.12
Expenses            3,680.00
Total, Revelstoke Agency       13,496.12
Rossland Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,000.00
Stenographer  780.00
Janitor          1,200.00
$3,980.00
Less percentage reductions   219.20
$3,760.80
Expenses           1,270.00
Total, Rossland Sub-agency          5,030.80
Salmon Arm Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $1,800.00
Temporary assistance  400.00
Janitor   930.00
$3,130.00
Less percentage reductions   127.20
Carried forward      $3,002.80 $324,807.52      $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 61
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
i931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$4,230.00
1,000.00
$5,230.00
$2,340.00
2,400.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
960.00
840.00
800.00
$13,832.00
5,080.00
$18,912.00
$1,620.00
900.00
$2,520.00
828.00
$3,348.00
$2,040.00
940.00
$2,980.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90, Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Salmon Arm Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $3,002.80 $324,807.52     $244,100.44
Expenses   ,..., „„.. ....„        1,000.00
Total, Salmon Arm Sub-agency         4,002.80
Smithers Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent       $2,340.00
Assessor  :        2,400.00
Collector  ,..-	
Clerk        1,620.00
Clerk  , ..,.. ,„.        1,572.00
Clerk  ,. ,... ,,..., ..,.       1,500.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer ...........................  780.00
$12,012.00
Less percentage reductions   669.60
$11,342.40
Expenses           4,600.00
Total, Smithers Agency       15,942.40
Stewart Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder        $2,040.00
Stenographer  900.00
$2,940.00
Less percentage reductions   178.80
$2,761.20
Expenses            1,000.00
Total, Stewart Sub-agency        3,761.20
Telegraph Greek Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent ,       $1,000.00
Less percentage reductions   40.00
$930.00
Expenses     500.00
Total, Telegraph Creek Agency         1,460.00
Carried: forward  $349,973.92     $244,100.44 Y 62
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,540.00
2,400.00
3,600.00
1,620.00
780.00
1,092.00
900.00
780.00
2,240.00
1,800.00
3,360.00
(2)
(4)
2,460.00
2,380.00
2,220.00
2,160.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,920.00
3,120.00
2,480.00
2,100.00
1,572.00
1,572.00
2,640.00
6,480.00
1,536.00
1,440.00
1,200.00
2,400.00
1,080.00
1.200.00
1,320.00
$71,392.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $349,973.92     $244,100.44
Vancouver Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent  $3,540.00
Mining Recorder   2,100.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   2,240.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   1,800.00
Postmaster   1,500.00
Assessor and Collector's Office.
Senior Auditor and Assessor   3,360.00
Special Auditor  .'. 2,580.00
Auditor   2,460.00
Auditor   2,380.00
Auditor   2,220.00
Auditor  2,160.00
Two Auditors @ $2,100   4,200.00
Auditor   2,000.00
Special Auditor .:...  1,800.00
Special Auditor  1,500.00
Senior Pay-roll Auditor   1,800.00
Two Pay-roll Auditors @ $1,500  3,000.00
Inspector     1,920.00
Collector and Office Manager   3,120.00
Deputy Assessor of Income : 2,480.00
Chief Clerk   2,100.00
Special Collector	
Special Collector   1,572.00
Inspector  	
Two Clerks ® $1,620   3,240.00
Ledger Clerk   1.536.00
Clerk   1,536.00
Clerk  1,500.00
Clerk and Cashier  1,440.00
Assistant Cashier   1,200.00
Two Ledger Clerks @ $1,200   2,400.00
Clerk 	
Postal Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Carried fonvard *....    $72,976.00 $349,973.92     $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 63
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
V°'t°£                                                    SERA'ICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90.                     Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
$71,392.00
Brought forward     $72,976.00 $349,973.92
$244,100.44
Salaries—Continued.
-
Assessor's and Collector's Office—Continued.
1.248.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,248.00
1,092.00
2,790.00
2,700.00
900.00
840.00
(4)     3,120.00
(8)
1,000.00
2,040.00
1,560.00
1,440.00
1,620.00
1,260.00
1,380.00
1,420.00
10,080.00
1,260.00
2,040.00
1,200.00
1,080.00
$111,462.00
8,000.00
2,500.00
2,600.00
9,500.00
$134,062.00
$1,680.00
1,500.00
$3,180.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Stenographer  960.00
Three Stenographers @ $930   2,790.00
Three Stenographers @ $900  2,700.00
Addressograph Operator   900.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $900   1,800.00
Stenographer   840.00
Five Stenographers @ $780  3,900.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance   2,200.00
Mechanical Staff.
Engineer  2,040.00
Fireman  1,560.00
Fireman   1,440.00
Chief Janitor r  1,620.00
Night-watchman  1,200.00
Night-foreman     1,380.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,420.00
Nine Janitors @ $1,200   10,800.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,200.00
Two Elevator Operators @ $1,020  2,040.00
Commissionaire  1,200.00
Usher   	
$117,906.00
Less percentage reductions          6,458.36
$111,507.64
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        8,750.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,000.00
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies        2,000.00
Fuel, light, water, etc        9,500.00
$133,757.64
Workmen's Compensation and Labour Building.
Salaries:
Engineer            1,680.00
Chief Janitor         1,500.00
Carried forward-       $3,180.00 $349,973.92     $244,100.44 '
Y 64
E STIMATE S  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Yeur
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,180.00
1,380.00
(4)
5,280.00
1
(2)
2,520.00
1,320.00
1,020.00
1,000.00
J
$15,700.00
1,500.00
3,000.00
90,
$20,200.00 I
$154,262.00
$2,520.00
2,400.00
3,600.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
996.00
900.00
840.00
1,320.00
400.00
$15,676.00
5,665.00
$21,341.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.'—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Workmen's Compensation and Labour Building—Continued.
Brought forward,.., ,       $3,180.00 $349,973.92     $244,100.44
Salaries—'Continued.
Nigluxforeman         1,380.00
Five Janitors @ $1,200        6,000.00
Watchman ,„..        ] ,200.00
Elevator Attendant  ,        1,020.00
Temporary assistance , ,  500.00
$13,280.00
Less percentage reductions          556.80
$12,723.20
Expenses:
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies         1,300.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc        3,000.00
Total, AATorkmen's Compensation Building     $17,023.20
Total, Arancouver Agency  ,     150,780.84
Vernon Agency,
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,520.00
Assessor   2,400.00
Two Clerks @ $1,800   3,600.00
Clerk  ,  1,500.00
Clerk - 1,200.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Janitor   1,320.00
Temporary assistance  400.00
$15,556.00
Less percentage reductions   818.04
$14,737.96
Expenses            5,450.00
Total. Vernon Agency „      20,187.96
Carried forward....,  $520,942.72      $244,100.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 65
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,240.00
2,880.00
1,900.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
1,500.00
1,392.00
1,080.00
948.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
540.00
$20,000.00
2,610.00
$22,610.00
$2,000.00
1,200.00
1,000.00
$4,200.00
1,810.00
$6,010.00
$2,000.00
550.00
$2,550.00
DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $520,942.72     $244,100.44
Victoria Assessor.
Salaries:
Assessor   $3,240.00
Collector  2,880.00
Deputy Assessor  1,900.00
Deputy Collector  r  2,000.00
Special Collector   2,000.00
Special Collector   2,000.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,392.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,260.00
Clerk-Stenographer   94S.00
Junior Clerk  :  900.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
$22,180.00
Less percentage reductions          1,414.12
$20,765.88
Expenses           1,800.00
Total, Victoria Assessor        22,505.8S
Williams Lake Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,200.00
Janitor          1,000.00
$4,200.00
Less percentage reductions   228.00
$3,972.00
Expenses            1,810.00
Total, AATilliams Lake Sub-agency  ,        5,782.00
Wilmer Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder 	
Expenses 	
Total, Wilmer Sub-agency	
Carried forward  $549,290.60     $244,100.44 r 66
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$6,000.00
$607,223.00
$2,100.00
1,572.00
$3,672.00
30,500.00
300.00
350.00
$34,822.00
650.00
$34,172.00
$250.00
8,000
2,200,
15,000
7,000
17,000.
40,000
800
9,600
7,300
$107,150.00
$570,000.00
175,000.00
$745,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
90. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $549,290.60     $244,100.44
Sundry Agencies.
Commissions, salaries, and expenses      $9,000.00
Total, Government Agents, Assessors, etc., Vote No. 90       558,290.60
91. Postal Branch.
Salaries:
Postal Clerk       $2,100.00
Messenger  540.00
$2,640.00
Less percentage reductions   168.60
$2,471.40
Expenses:
Stamps         30,500.00
Cartage   300.00
Meter-rent and maintenance of machine   350.00
$33,621.40
Less postage on motor-plates   500.00
Total of ATote No. 91   33,121.40
92. Exchange     250.00
93. Printing   Public   Accounts,   Revenue   Receipts,   Bonds,   Cheques,
Estimates, etc  S.000.00
94. Interest on Suitors' Funds Deposits   2,200.00
95. Delinquent Extra-municipal School Taxes   15,000.00
96. Incidentals and Contingencies   3,000.00
97. Bureau of Information and General Publicity   25,000.00
    General Publicity	
99. Grant to City of Greenwood   800.00
100. Grant to City of Rossland   9,600.00
101. Appraisal and Classification of Reverted Lands   7,300.00
To be voted        $906,662.44
Authorized by Statute.
"Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Sundry Municipalities:
Sec.   2—Share   of  motor-vehicle  and   chauffeurs'
licences   $570,000.00 •
Sec. 3—Pari-mutuel taxes      170,000.00
Carried forward  $740,000.00     $906,662.44 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 67
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$745,000.00
200.00
$745,200.00
$1,720,515.00
$4,020.00
2.000.00
1.440.00
7,500.00
$14,960.00
2,250.00
5,000.00
3,500.00
500.00
1,000.00
8,250.00
1,000.00
$36,460.00
$480.00
$4,440.00
2,340.00
2,220.00
$9,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued,
Authorized by Statute—Continued.
Brought forward  $740,000.00     $906,662.44
" Superannuation Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Sec. 11—Interest on Superannuation Fund  200.00
Statutory Expenditure         740,200.00
Total, Department of Finance     $1,646,862.44
102. DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES.
Salaries:
Assistant to Commissioner   $4,020.00
Inspector of Fisheries   2,000.00
Clerk and Stenographer   1,440.00
Overseers and Inspectors   4,250.00
$11,710.00
Less percentage reductions   573.80
$11,136.20
Expenses:
Office expenses, etc        1,750.00
Travelling expenses         2,000.00
Collection of fishery taxes         3,500.00
Fishery exhibits, national and international 	
Salmon investigation          1,000.00
Joint investigation of pilchard and herring 	
Allowance to Chairman, Halibut Commission   900.00
Total of Vote No. 102          $20,286.20
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.
Minister's Office.
Secretary  	
Total of Vote No	
103. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour        $3,200.00
Chief Clerk         2,340.00
Inspector          2,220.00
Carried forward       $7,760.00 Y 68
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$9,000.00
1,044.00
660.00
500.00
$11,204.00
1,660.00
540.00
4,000.00
$17,404.00
$1,920.00
1,372.00
960.00
$4,252.00
480.00
$3,772.00
550.00
1,000.00
$5,322.00
$3,120.00
1,176.00
$4,296.00
103.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR— Continued.
General Office—Continued.
Brought forward      $7,760.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk and Stenographer
Junior Clerk  ,.
Temporary assistance ....
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Administration of " Hours of AVork Act" and " Male
Minimum AVage Act"—Salaries, allowances, expenses, etc	
104.
Total of Vote No. 103 :	
Minimum AVage Board.
Salaries:
Secretary 	
Inspector, Arancouver ....
Clerk and Stenographer
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
Factories Inspection  :	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
Total of A'ote No. 104
105.
Employment Service.
Provincial Clearing-house.
Salaries:
General Superintendent       $3,120.00
Clerk and Stenographer          1,176.00
Less percentage reductions
$4,296.00
327.84
1,044.00
660.00
$9,464.00
675.36
$8,788.64
1,660.00
540.00
4,000.00
$1,920.00
1,372.00
960.00
$4,252.00
480.00
$3,772.00
222.20
$3,540.80
550.00
1,000.00
$14,988.64
5,099 SO
Carried fonvard       $3,968.16
$20,088.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 69
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$4,296.00
500.00
450.00
3,000.00
1,246.00
$1,440.00
75.00
$1,515.00
250.00
400.00
$2,165.00
$1,620.00
100.00
$1,720.00
250.00
400.00
$2,370.00
$1,620.00
100.00
$1,720.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR— Continued.
105. Employment Service—Continued.
Provincial Clearing-house—Continued,
Brought forward       $3,968.16
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses,  etc  450.00
Incidentals and contingencies, part-time
and temporary offices—salaries and
expenses 	
Total, Provincial Clearing-house       $4,918.16
Cranbrook Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,440.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$1,515.00
Less percentage reductions   75.00
$1,440.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Cranbrook Office        2,090.00
Kamloops Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,720.00
Less percentage reductions   85.00
$1,635.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Kamloops Office        2,285.00
Nanaimo Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,620.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,720.00
Less percentage reductions   85.00
Carried fonvard      $1,635.00     $9,293.10
$20,088.44
$20,088.44 Y 70
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$1,720.00
250.00
500.00
$2,470.00
$1,500.00
75.00
$1,575.00
250.00
400.00
$2,225.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$1,800.00
100.00
$1,900.00
250.00
450.00
$2,600.00
$1,620.00
75.00
$1,695.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
105. Employment Service—Continued.
Nanaimo Office—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,635.00      $9,293.16       $20,088.44
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  500.00
Total, Nanaimo Office         2,385.00
Nelson Office.
Salaries:
Clerk  :      $1,500.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$1,575.00
Less percentage reductions   78.00
$1,497.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  400.00
Total, Nelson Office         2,147.00
New Westminster Office.
Salaries:
Clerk        $1,800.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$1,900.00
Less percentage reductions   94.00
$1,808.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  450.00
Total, New AA'estminster Office         2,506.00
Penticton Office.
Salaries:
Clerk        $1,620.00
Temporary assistance   75.00
$1,695.00
Less percentage reductions   84.00
Carried fonvard       $1,611.00    $16,331.16        $20,088.44 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 71
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$1,695.00
250.00
350.00
1,295.00
$1,800.00
75.00
$1,875.00
250.00
420.00
$2,545.00
1,800.00
100.00
$1,900.00
250.00
500.00
$2,650.00
$2,640.00
2,060.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
$11,900.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
105. Employment Service—Continued.
Penticton Office—Continued.
Brought forward      $1,611.00    $16,331.16
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc :  350.00
Total, Penticton Office        2,211.00
Prince George Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,800.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$1,875.00
Less pei'centage reductions   93.00
$1,782.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  420.00
Total. Prince George Office         2,452.00
Prince Rupert Office.
Salaries:
Clerk       $1,800.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$1,900.00
Less percentage reductions  .-... 94.00
$1,806.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc  500.00
Total, Prince Rupert Office         2,556.00
Vancouver Offi,ce.
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Assistant Superintendent        $2,060.00
Clerk          1,800.00
Clerk         1,800.00
Clerk  ...         1,800.00
Clerk         1,800.00
Carried forward       $9,260.00    $23,550.16
$20,088.44
$20,088.44 Y 72
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$11,900.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,472.00
1,320.00
780.00
100.00
$19,172.00
1,300.00
5,850.00
$26,322.00
$2,060.00
1,800.00
1,200.00
840.00
$5,900.00
720.00
1,000.00
$7,620.00
$20,500.00
$2,720.00
2,700.00
$5,420.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
105. Employment Service—Continued.
Vancouver Office—Continued.
Brought forward      $9,260.00    $23,550.16
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk  .,	
Chief Clerk, AVomen's Department  1,472.00
Clerk  :  1,320.00
Clerk and Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$14,732.00
Less percentage reductions   769.00
$13,963.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,300.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc        6,000.00
Total, Vancouver Office        21,263.00
Victoria, Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent        $2,060.00
Clerk          1,800.00
Chief Clerk, Women's Department         1,200.00
Clerk and Stenographer   840.00
$5,900.00
Less percentage reductions   315.80
$5,584.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  720.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc         1,000.00
Total, Victoria Office        7,304.20
$52,117.36
Less Dominion of Canada Subvention, estimated at     17,372.36
Total, Employment Service, Vote No. 105	
106. Factories Inspection.
Salaries:
Inspector v       $2,720.00
Assistant Inspector          2,400.00
Carried forward      $5,120.00
$20,088.44
34,745.00
$54,833.44 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 73
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
^-°ot°f                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$5,420.00
106
107
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
Factories Inspection—Continued,
Jirnuaht forward            S5.120.00
$54,833.44
960.00
48.00
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk and Stenographer 	
960.00
48.00
Less one-half Stenographer's salary ch
Minimum AArage Board 	
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 106 	
To be voted 	
Authorized by Si
" Old-age Pension Act" :
Salaries and expenses 	
Less refund by Dominion Governmen
quarters net amount paid out for pet
Total, Administration of " Old-
Total, Department of Labour
DEPARTMENT OF
Minister's Ofp
Salaries:
Minister of Lands   	
irgeable
ATUTE.
t of thrc
isions	
age Pens
$6,428.00
480.00
$8,128.00
to
480.00
$5,648.00
379.52
$5,948.00
360.00
1,480.00
$5,268.48
300.00
1,480.00
$7,788.00
•
$16,000.00
1,508,521.00
7,108.48
$72,002.00
61,941.92
$12,500.00
1,230,000.00
$1,242,500.00
$615,000.00
$1,522,521.00
... 1,129,890.75
$627,500.00
on Act"	
392,630.25
699,502.00
$454,572.17
LANDS
ICE.
$7,500.00
$7,500.00
•
2,040.00
Secretary  	
Less percentage reductions 	
2,040.00
$9,540.00
1,042.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc ....
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 107
Carried fonvard	
$9,540.00
675.00
1,700.00
$8,497.20
675.00
2,250.00
$11,915.00
$11,422.20
$11,422.20 V 74
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERATCE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$5,000.00
1,800.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
1,720.00
6,480.00
1,464.00
1,452.00
1,140.00
1,344.00
1,200.00
2,280.00
$27,580.00
$3,000.00
2,400.00
2.460.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
4,000.00
1,860.00
1,740.00
3,240.00
1,572.00
1,488.00
1,380.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
1,320.00
780.00
900.00
780.00
1,020.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Con tinned,
Brought forward	
108. Salaries.
(a.)  General Office—General Administration.
Deputy  Minister    $5,000.00
Recorder   1,800.00
Clerk 	
Clerk  1,800.00
Property Clerk   1,720.00
Four Clerks @ $1,620  6,480.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   1,452.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,344.00
Stenographer (transfer from Land Settlement Board)   1,020.00
Junior Clerk   1,200.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $1,140   2,280.00
$25,236.00
Less percentage reductions          1,555.40
$11,422.20
$37,180.00
Total Salaries, General Office     $23,680.60
(b.)  Lands Branch,
Superintendent of Lands   $3,000.00
Assistant Superintendent and Chief Clerk 2,400.00
Inspector of Lands   2,460.00
Assistant Chief Clerk   2,200.00
Accountant     2,200.00
Status Clerk   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,000   4,000.00
Accountant (Land Settlement)    1,960.00
Clerk   1,860.00
Clerk   1,740.00
Two Clerks @ $1,620   3,240.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk  1.488.00
Clerk  1,380.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk  ,  1,140.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer (Land Settlement)    990.00
Stenographer  7SO.O0
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer  7S0.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Carried fonvard  $40,130.00
$23,680.00        $11,422.20 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 75
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$37,180.00
900.00
420.00
$38,500.00
$4,240.00
3,240.00
2,100.00
8,000.00
2,000.00
1,980.00
5,760.00
1,920.00
1,380.00
1,320.00
900.00
3,240.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
4,680.00"
2,100.00
2,100.00
l,9S0.OO
3,840.00
1.920.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
1,380.00
1,200.00
660.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
108. Salaries—Continued.
(6.)  Lands Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $40,130.00    $23,680.60        $11,422.20
Junior Clerk   900.00
Messenger  540.00
$41,570.00
Less percentage reductions         2,453.60
$71,280.00
Total Salaries, Lands Branch       39,116.40
(e.)  Surveys Branch.
Surveyor-General  :  $4,240.00
Surveys Division :
Assistant Surveyor-General   •    3,240.00
Draughtsman    2,100.00
Four Draughtsmen (§ $2,000   8,000.00
Draughtsman  2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,980.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920  5,760.00
Draughtsman    :	
Draughtsman     1.380.00
Draughtsman  (Junior)    1,320.00
Draughtsman  (Apprentice)     900.00
Geographic Division:
Chief Geographer  3,240.00
Registrar   2,520.00
Mathematical Computer  2,520.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,340   4,680.00
Draughtsman     2,100.00
Draughtsman,    3    mos.    @    $2,100   per
annum   525.00
Draughtsman     1,930,00
Two Draughtsmen fc  $1,920   3.840.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Draughtsman     1.6.80.00
Draughtsman  1,620.00
Draughtsman,    3   mos.    @    $1,380   per
annum     345.00
Junior Draughtsman   1,200.00
Apprentice Draughtsman  080.00
Topographic Division:
Aerial   Topographer.   3   mos.   ©   $3,500
per annum   875.00
Topographic Surveyor, 3 mos. @ $3,500
per annum   875.00
Carried forward  $61,500.00
$62,797.00        $11,422.20 Y 76
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$71,280.00
3,420.00
3,420.00
2,220.00
2,100.00
1,620.00
3,240.00
1,500.00
1,284.00
900.00
2,220.00
1,860.00
1,800.00
660.00
$97,524.00
$4,560.00
3,360.00
3,540.00
3,360.00
3,240.00
2,440.00
2,220.00
2,200.00
2,100.00
5,760.00
1,860.00
1,800.00
1,260.00
2,340.00
5,880.00
1,900.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
10S. Salaries—Continued.
(c.)  Surveys Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $61,500.00    $62,797.00
Topographic Division—Continued.
Topographic Surveyor, 3 mos. @ $3,420
per annum   855.00
Topographic Surveyor, 9 mos. @ $3,420
per annum          2,565.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor, 3 mos.
@ $2,220 per annum   555.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor, 3 mos.
@ $2,100 per annum   525.00
Assistant Topographic Surveyor, 3 mos.
@ $1,620 per annum   405.00
General Staff:
Two Clerks @ $1,620        3,240.00
Clerk         1,500.00
Stenographer            1,284.00
Stenographer     900.00
Map-mounter            2,220.00
Photostat Operator         1,860.00
Blue-print Operator          1,800.00
Blue-printer's  Assistant    660.00
$79,869.00
Less percentage reductions          5,487.55
$11,422.20
Total Salaries, Surveys Branch..
74,381.45
$47,820.00
(d.)   Water Rights Branch.
Comptroller of AVater Rights       $4,560.00
Assistant to Comptroller and Chief Engineer ;  Member, Board of Investigation....       3,360.00
Chairman, Board of Investigation         3,540.00
Registrar, Board of Investigation 	
Inspector  	
Chief Field and Office Engineer         3,240.00
Office Engineer 	
Senior Draughtsman         2,200.00
Draughtsman           2,100.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920         5,760.00
Draughtsman	
Draughtsman   :         1,800.00
Draughtsman   	
Chief Clerk        2,340.00
Three Clerks @ $1,960         5,S80.00
Clerk         1,900.00
Carried forward     $36,680.00 $137,178.45
$11,422.20 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 77
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$47,820.00
1,620.00
1,380.00
1,248.00
960.00
930.00
780.00
600.00
2,745.00
2,340.00 j
1,700.00
	
3,240.00
2,200.00
980.00
2,940.00
2,100.00
900.00
2,940.00
$77,403.00
$4,860.00
3 640.00
3,120.00
3,120.00
3,060.00
2,940.00
2.220.00
2,020.00
3,840.00
5,400.00
2,880.00
2.640.00
2.640.00
2,640.00
2,520.00
2,100.00
2,020.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
$55,580.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
108. Salaries—Continued.
(d.)  Water Rights Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $38,680.00 $137,178.45
Clerk 	
Junior Clerk   1,3S0.00
Stenographer  1,248.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer  930.00
Stenographer     7S0.00
Messenger     600.00
District Engineer, Kelowna   2,700.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,340.00
Clerk 	
Stenographer  780.00
District Engineer, Kamloops   3,240.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,200.00
Stenographer   780.00
District Engineer, Nelson   2,040.00
Assistant District Engineer   2,100.00
Stenographer   900.00
District Engineer, Victoria   2,940.00
$83,49,8.00
Less percentage reductions         4,080.00
$11,422.20
Total Salaries, Water Rights Branch        58,818.00
(e.)  Forest Branch.
Chief Forester  '.  $4,860.00
Assistant Chief Forester   3,640.00
Forester    3,120.00
Forester    3,080.00
Assistant Forester   3,000.00
Assistant Forester   2,940.00
Statistician   	
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,920   3,840.00
Three Junior Foresters @ $1,800   5,400.00
Royalty Inspector   2,880.00
Status Clerk 	
Chief Clerk  '.  2,640.00
Accountant  2,640.00
Mechanical Inspector   2,520.00
Chief Draughtsman    2,100.00
Draughtsman     2,020.00
Draughtsman     2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Carried forward     $50,600.00 $195,996.45
$11,422.20 Y 78
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$55,580.00
1,880.00
1.700.00
1,700.00
1,600.00
2.200.00
4,400.00
2,000.00
5,760.00
5,700.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,548.00
1,368.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
1,320.00
1,092.00
1,044.00
1,020.00
1,992.00
1,860.00
780.00
780.00
660.00
540.00
2,560.00
2,220.00
2,020.00
3,840.00
2,940.00
1,500.00
3,960.00
3,980.00
2,760.00
2,640.00
2,520.00
1,920.00
2,460.00
$139,536.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
108. Salaries—Continued.
(e.)  Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $50,600.00 $195,996.45
Draughtsman     1,880.00
Draughtsman     1,700.00
Draughtsman   	
Draughtsman     1,600.00
Assistant Accountant   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,200   4,400.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Three Clerks @ $1,920   5,760.00
Three Clerks @ $1,900   5,700.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,548.00
Clerk   1,440.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk  , ;  1,200.00
Stenographer   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer  1,044.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Two Stenographers @ $996   1,992.00
Two Stenographers @ $930   1,860.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Forest Research Stations:
Assistant Forester  2,560.00
Junior Forester   2,220.00
Junior Forester  2,020.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,920   3,840.00
Lumber Trade Extension:
Lumber Trade Commissioner   2,940.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,200.00
Grazing:
Grazing Commissioner 	
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District) :
District Forester   3,080.00
Assistant District Forester   2,900.00
Assistant Forester   2,760.00
Fire Inspector 	
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Chief Clerk   2,460.00
Carried fonvard  $125,748.00 $195,996.45
$11,422.20
$11,422.20 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$394,594.00
780.00
900.00
1,380.00
2,460.00
4,920.00
1,620.00
1,524.00
1,584.00
8,800.00
2,100.00
3,800.00
5,280.00
1,660.00
3,120.00
2,100.00
3,080.00
2,460.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,596.00
1,272.00
1,272.00
960.00
900.00
2,200.00
4,200.00
1,900.00
5,280.00
1,660.00
3,000.00
2,520.00
2,400.00
900.00
600.00
3,000.00
2,460.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
960.00
$486,982.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
108. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $328,6S6.00 $195,996.45       $11,422.20
Southern Interior,  Nelson   (Class A District ) —Continued.
Stenographer   780.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Fire Inspector  2,460.00
Two Supervisors @ $2,460   4,920.00
Supervisor's Clerk   1,620.00
Supervisor's Clerk 	
Supervisor's Clerk 	
Three Rangers ® $2,200   6,600.00
Ranger     2,100.00
Ranger    1,900.00
Two Rangers @ $1,760  3,520.00
Ranger  1,660.00
Two Rangers ® $1,560   3,120.00
Grazing Assistant   2,100.00
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert   (Class B
District) :
District Forester   3,080.00
Assistant District Forester   2,220.00
Fire Inspector   2,220.00
Chief Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,596.00
Clerk   1,272.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,272.00
Stenographer     930.00
Stenographer     900.00
Ranger    2,200.00
Two Rangers @ $2,100  4,200.00
Ranger    1,900.00
Three Rangers @ $1,760   5,280.00
Ranger    1,660.00
Scaling Staff:
Senior Scaler 	
Class A Scaler   2,016.00
Scaler 	
Computing Clerk   900.00
Computing Clerk     . 	
Prince George (Class B District) :
District Forester   2,700.00
Assistant District Forester   2,460.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer     960.00
Carried forward  $405,062.00 $195,998.45       $11,422.20 Y 82
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$486,982.00
900.00
2,160.00
4,400.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
3,800.00
1,800.00
1,760.00
1,560.00
2,100.00
900.00
$512,562.00
117,558.00
105,932.00
6,980.00
4,440.00
$5,000.00
$30,000.00
$30,000.00
108.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Salaries—Continued.
(e.)  Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $405,062.00 $195,996.45
Prince George (Class B District)—Continued.
Stenographer     900.00
Supervisor of Licensed Scalers 	
Ranger           2,200.00
Two Rangers ® $2,100        4,200.00
Ranger          2,000.00
Two Rangers @ $1,900          3,800.00
Ranger          1,800.00
Ranger           1,760.00
Ranger  	
Cariboo   (Class C District) :
Assistant District Forester	
Stenographer   	
Cariboo   District  merged  with  Kamloops
District.
$11,422.20
$421,722.00
Less percentage reductions        23,542.84
$398,179.16
Less  chargeable  to  Forest
Protection  Fund  	
Less  chargeable  to  Forest
Reserve Account   $15,209.60
Less chargeable to Scaling
Fund      65,934.04
Less chargeable to Maintenance of Launches and
Autos       6,667.00
Less chargeable to Lumber
Trade Extension       3,969.00
91,779.64
Total Salaries chargeable to Forest Branch   308,399.52
Total of Vote No. 108	
109. Temporary Assistance 	
110. Expenses (including General Offices and Branches) :
Office supplies, etc     $30,000.00
Travelling expenses:
Lands Branch       $1,500.00
Surveys Branch   350.00
502,395.97
1,500.00
Carried forward       $1,850.00    $30,000.00      $515,318.17 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 83
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$30,000.00
30,000.00
45,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
6,500.00
500.00
5,000.00
$125,000.00
$5,000.00
3,300.00
2,580.00
2,320.00
2,100.00
1,020.00
990.00
900.00
$18,210.00
3,200.00
1.500.00
500.00
$23,410.00
$480,000.00
20,000.00
10,000.00
110.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Expenses   (including General Offices and
Branches)—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $1,850.00    $30,000.00
Travelling expenses—Continued.
Water Rights Branch '.  4,250.00
Forest Branch   28,900.00
Construction, purchase, repair, and maintenance of
launches and autos (including subsistence of
crews)    	
Rent and upkeep of District Offices 	
Construction and maintenance of Ranger Stations....
AATireless telephones, installation, rental of instruments, etc r	
Gazette and newspaper notices 	
Land-sales 	
Incidentals	
Total of Vote No. 110	
35,000.00
50,000.00
7,000.00
2,000.00
5,350.00
6,500.00
500.00
3,000.00
111. Colonization Board.
Salaries:
Colonization Commissioner      $4,000.00
Director, Land Settlement	
Appraiser 	
Accountant   	
Inspector of Land Settlement 	
Secretary  (Vancouver)  	
Stenographer  (transferred)  	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer (Vancouver)  	
2,400.00
2,100.00
900.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
British Boys' Farm Settlement ..
Total of Vote No. Ill
$9,400.00
711.00
$8,689.00
2,500.00
1,500.00
500.00
    Forest Protection Fund	
112. Lumber Trade Extension (including Grants in Aid thereof).
113. Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
114. Reconnaissance and Cruising 	
$515,318.17
139,350.00
13,189.00
35,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
Carried forward      $710,857.17 Y 84
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
8,000.
5,000.
4,000.
19,000.
7,500.
29,000.
83,500.
5,000.
1,000.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $710,857.17
115.
116.
117.
10,000.00
2,250.00
1,000.00
2,500.00
6,000.00
2,500.00
$1,380,234.00
84,750.00
$1,464,984.00
$7,500.00
2,160.00
720.00
$10,380.00
1,145.00
1,800.00
$13,325.00
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
Forest Research	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery 	
Grazing:  Range Improvement 	
AVater Surveys 	
B.C. Hydrometric Service 	
" Soldiers' Land Act," Chap. 80, 1918 	
Land and Topographic Surveys 	
Lithograph Maps 	
Refunds under " Land Act " and " Revenue Act " 	
Adjustment of Rebate on Purchase Price of South Okanagan
Lands  	
Contribution towards Cost of constructing Roadway on North
Side and on South Side of False Creek to provide Access to
their Leaseholds of Lessees of the Crown 	
Publicity 	
General Investigations 	
Superintendent of Irrigation  (part salary and expenses)	
Incidentals and Contingencies 	
To be voted 	
4,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
11,000.00
19,000.00
20,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
2,500.00
$782,357.17
Authorized by Statute.
' Forest Act," Sec. 30a (2)
Forest Reserve Account ..
$51,000.00
Statutory   Expenditure
51,000.00
126,
Total, Department of Lands        $S33,357.17
DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Mines      $7,500.00
Secretary           1,920.00
Assistant Secretary	
Stenographer  '         1,020.00
$10,440.00
Less percentage reductions         1,075.20
$9,364.80
Expenses:
Office expenses, etc        1.145.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,800.00
Total of Vote No. 126          $12,309.80
Carried forward .'         $12,309.80 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 85
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$4,240.00
2,280.00
1,620.00
996.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
70.00
$11,726.00
1,700.00
450.00
7,500.00
$21,376.00
$4,500.00
3,120.00
2,280.00
2,620.00
7,200.00
5,480.00
2,320.00
1,140.00
50.00
$28,710.00
1,700.00
10,800.00
$41,210.00
$4,390.00
2,000.00
$6,390.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
Brought forward         $12,309.80
127. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister        $4,240.00
Chief Clerk and Gold Commissioner        2,280.00
Clerk and Accountant        1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,056.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk   780.00
Temporary assistance 	
$10,876.00
Less percentage reductions   731.64
$10,144.36
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  405.00
Printing and binding, etc         6,000.00
Total of Vote No. 127  17,749.36
128. Mines Inspection Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines        $4,500.00
Inspector          3,120.00
Inspector         2,280.00
Inspector         2,620.00
Three Inspectors @ $2,400         7,200.00
Two Inspectors and Examiners of Mine Officials and
Miners          5,480.00
Inspector 	
Stenographer          1,140.00
Temporary assistance 	
$26,340.00
Less percentage reductions          2,097.00
$24,243.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,300.00
Travelling expenses, etc         8,000.00
Total of A7ote No. 128  33,543.00
129. Bureau of Mines.
Salaries:
Provincial Mineralogist       $4,390.00
Clerk         2,000.00
Carried forward       $6,390.00 $63,602.16 Y 86
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$6,390.00
1,620.00
3,240.00
2,020.00
900.00
1,320.00
1,200.00
$16,690.00
1,000.00
$15,690.00
2,000.00
750.00
$18,440.00
$1,680.00
3,240.00
840.00
1,200.00
$6,960.00
6,540.00
250.00
$13,750.00
$1,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
$7,500.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
129. Bureau of Mines—Continued.
Brought forward      $6,390.00 $63,602.16
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,620.00
Provincial Assayer and Public Analyst  3,240.00
Assayer   2,020.00
Stenographer   900.00
Caretaker   1,320.00
Assistant Assayer	
, $15,490.00
Less chargeable to Department of Agriculture for
assay-work	
$15,490.00
Less percentage reductions  :       1,282.80
$14,207.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,300.00
Travelling expenses, etc  675.00
Total of Vote No. 129  16,182.20
130. Mine-rescue and Training Stations.
Salaries:
Instructor and Caretaker        $1,680.00
Two Instructors and Caretakers @ $1,620         3,240.00
Instructor and Caretaker 	
Instructor and Caretaker         1,320.00
$6,240.00
Less percentage reductions   312.00
$5,928.00
Expenses:
Apparatus, supplies, etc        3,900.00
Travelling expenses, etc  220.00
Total of Arote No. 130  10.048.00
131. Grants.
(a.)  Canadian  Institute   of  Mining   and   Metallurgy
(B.C. Division)            $500.00
(6.)  British Columbia Chamber of Mines (conditional)           .
(c.)  Chamber of Mines 	
(d.)  Competitions   and   Meets   re   Mine-rescue   and
First-aid AVork, etc         1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 131  2,000.00
Carried forward         $91,832.36 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 87
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$100,000.00
45,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
$279,601.00
$7,500.00
1,800.00
$9,300.00
600.00
1,000.00
$10,900.00
$4,620.00
1,900.00
1,572.00
1,044.00
900.00
780.00
1,020.00
420.00
1,500.00
100.00
$13,856.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
Brought forward        $91,832.36
132. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  50,000.00
133. " Mineral   Survey   and   Development   Act,"   Supple
mentary       $27,997.00
/./ess percentage refunds         1,077.60
  26,919.40
134. Lectures on Practical Geology and Mineralogy   1,000.00
135. Subsidy re Explosives to assist Bona-fide Mineral Prospectors .... 1,700.00
136. Advertising,   Miscellaneous   Bulletins,   Incidentals,   and   Contin
gencies   6,000.00
137. Grants to Coal-mining Industry   500.00
Total, Department of Mines        $177,951.76
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
138. JIinister's Office.
Salaries:
Provincial  Secretary         $7,500.00
Secretary         l,SO0.OO
$9,300.00
Less percentage reductions   990.00
$8,310.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc :  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 138 	
139. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary   $4,620.00
Chief Clerk   1.900.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Stenographer     1,044.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer     780.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
Messenger     420.00
Keeper of Executive Council Chamber  1,500.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$13,856.00
Less percentage reductions          1,009.56
Carried forward     $12,846.44
$9,810.00
$9,810.00 Y 88
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$13,856.00  139
2,610.00
1,500.00
$17,966.00
$2,100.00
1,572.00
$3,672.00
30,500.00
300.00
350.00
$34,822.00
650.00
$34,172.00
$4,800.00
4,240.00
3,600.00
2,760.00
1,248.00
1,140.00
996.00
2,020.00
1,620.00
1,344.00
996.00
900.00
780.00
960.00
900.00
900.00
660.00
$29,864.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
General Ofiice—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $12,846.44         $9,810.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc '.  2,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500.00
Total of Arote No. 139   16,846.44
Postal Branch.
(Transferred to Department of Finance.)
Salaries:
Postal Clerk 	
Assistant Postal Clerk 	
Expenses:
Stamps 	
Cartage at $25 per month 	
Meter-rent and maintenance of machine	
Less postage of motor-plates 	
Total of Vote No	
140. Provincial Board of Health.
(a.) Provincial Board of Health.
Salaries:
Secretary    $4,800.00
Hospital Inspector and Travelling Medical Health Officer   4,240.00
Epidemiologist   3,600.00
Chief Sanitary Inspector   2,760.00
Clerk   1,248.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Stenographer  996.00
Deputy  Registrar,  Births,  Deaths,  and
Marriages     2,020.00
Clerk and Inspector of Vital Statistics.... 1,620.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer 	
Record  Clerk    960.00
Recording Clerk   900.00
Senior Filing Clerk   900.00
Junior Filing Clerk   660.00
Carried forward  $29,084.00
$26,656.44 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 89
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$29,864.00
660.00
1,150.00
$31,674.00
10,000.00
7,050.00
16,000.00
18,000.00
45,400.00
4,000.00
$132,124.00
5,800.00
4,000.00
$9,800.00
$122,324.00
$35,000.00
20,000.00
$15,000.00
$137,324.00
$2,640.00
1,920.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
$8,832.00
140.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
(a.) Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
Brought forward     $29,084.00 $26,656.44
Salaries—Continued.
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance   500.00
$30,244.00
Less percentage reductions         2,161.28
$28,082.72
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,750.00
Travelling expenses, etc  4,900.00
Medical inspection of schools   16,000.00
Public-health nursing   17,000.00
Incidentals and emergencies   42,650.00
Health units   4,000.00
$11S,382.72
Less Dominion of Canada
Subvention, Venereal Diseases    $5,800.00
Less grant from Rockefeller
Foundation towards salary of Epidemiologist and
health units      4,000.00
9,800.00
$108,582.72
(6.)  Provincial Laboratory.
Maintenance of Laboratory      $30,000.00
Less revenue       17,140.00
12,860.00
Total of Vote No. 140        $121,442.72
141. Provincial Library and Archives.
Salaries:
Librarian and Archivist  $2,640.00
Assistant Librarian   1,920.00
Legislative Reference Clerk   1,572.00
Cataloguer   1,500.00
First Assistant Cataloguer  1,200.00
Carried forward       $8,832.00     $148,099.16 Y 90
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$8,832.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
1,272.00
780.00
900.00
948.00
660.00
1,320.00
$16,932.00
10,400.00
500.00
$27,832.00
$2,000.00
900.00
900.00
1,140.00
780.00
900.00
250.00
$6,870.00
2,070.00
5,000.00
7,000.00
2.000.00
2,200.00
360.00
$25,500.00
141.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Provincial Library and Archives—Continued.
Brought forward      $8,832.00     $148,099.16
Salaries—Continued.
Reference Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Archives Assistant         1,272.00
Clerk   780.00
Stenographer and Book-keeper  900.00
Stenographer   948.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Attendant         1,320.00
$14,592.00
Less percentage reductions   777.12
$13,814.88
Expenses:
Office supplies, books, binding, periodicals,  archive
material, etc        5,400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  400.00
Total of Vote No. 141 	
142. " Public Libraries Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,000.00
Assistant  1,800.00
Assistant   900.00
Assistant   	
Assistant    1,140.00
Stenographer     780.00
Messenger     900.00
Temporary assistance   250.00
$7,770.00
Less percentage reductions   383.80
$7,386.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,500.00
Books and periodicals         4,300.00
Books and periodicals   (increase agreed upon with
Carnegie Corporation)        10,500.00
Freight and express, etc         2,300.00
Grants in aid of libraries 	
Travelling expenses, etc., of Superintendent, " Public
Libraries Act "   550.00
Carried forward     $27,536.20
19,614.88
$167,714.04 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 91
Estimated
Expenditure,
BMscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$25,500.00
180.00
450.00
$26,130.00
$2,760.00
1,900.00
960.00
1,200.00
1,000.00
$7,820.00
700.00
800.00
$9,320.00
$5,540.00
4,480.00
3,780.00
1,920.00
1,836.00
1,800.00
1,320.00
1,110.00
1,020.00
$22,806.00
1,620.00
$21,186.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
142. " Public Libraries Act "—Continued.
Brought forward     $27,538.20     $167,714.04
Expenses—Continued.
Travelling   expenses,   etc.,   of   members   of   Public
Libraries Commission  200.00
Incidentals and contingencies         1,450.00
Total of Vote No. 142   29,186.20
143. Provincial Museum.
Salaries:
Director    $2,760.00
Assistant Biologist   1,900.00
Recorder     960.00
Attendant   	
Temporary assistance   1,000.00
$6,620.00
Less percentage reductions   408.64
$6,211.36
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  '700.00
Incidentals and contingencies   800.00
Total of Vote No. 143  7,711.36
144. Mental Hospitals.
(a.)  Headquarters.
.    Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $5,540.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent  4,480.00
Bursar     3,780.00
Assistant Bursar   1,920.00
Book-keeper    .'.  1,836.00
Book-keeper  1,800.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer  1.320.00
Stenographer     1.110.00
Stenographer     1.020.00
Less percentage reductions..- $2,010.00
Less deductions for board ....    1,620.00
$22,808.00
3,630.00
Carried fonvard    $19,176.00
$204,611.60 Y 92
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$21,186.00
1,250.00
600.00
200.00
$23,236.00
$3,440.00
3,240.00
3,040.00
(2) 4,360.00
2,940.00
1,680.00
1,020.00
2,700.00
225.00
356,079.00
$378,724.00
78,705.00
$300,019.00
5,475.00
570.00
71,000.00
3.500.00
6,600.00
105,300.00
36,000.00
7,330.00
11,650.00
23,320.00
$570,764.00
132,520.00
$438,244.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
144. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(a.)  Headquarters—Continued.
Brought forward     $19,176.00 $204,611.60
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,300.00
Travelling expenses, etc  600.00
Incidentals and contingencies   200.00
Total, Hospitals, Headquarters      $21,276.00
(6.)  Essondale.
Salaries:
Physician   $3,440.00
Physician   3,240.00
Physician  3,040.00
Two Physicians @ $2,840   5,680.00
Pathologist and Radiologist   2,940.00
Laboratory Assistant   1,680.00
Clinical Stenographer, etc  1,020.00
Three Stenographers @ $900   2,700.00
Stenographer     900.00
. Holiday Relief Stenographer   225.00
Social Service Worker   2,200.00
Sundry employees   364,852.00
$391,917.00
Less  percentage  reductions $20,538.34
Less deductions for Board    80,605.00
     101,143.34
$290,773.66
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,975.00
Travelling expenses, etc  570.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc  71,500.00
Janitors' supplies   4,000.00
Furniture and fixtures   5,600.00
Provisions and farm produce   109,600.00
Uniforms and clothing   36,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies   10,830.00
Examinations, committals, and'transportation     10,650.00
Incidentals and contingencies   20,600.00
$566,098.06
Less receipts, estimated at      128,000.00
Total, Essondale Hospital      438,098.66
Carried fonvard  $459,374.66      $204,611.60 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 93
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,640.00
7,080.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
105,012.00
$119,152.00
21,180.00
$97,972.00
570.00
90.00
19,800.00
750.00
2,250.00
18,720.00
5,175.00
990.00
220.00
5,452.00
$151,989.00
25,000.00
$126,989.00
$3,780.00
1,800.00
1,200.00
45,721.00
$52,501.00
270.00
315.00
6,300.00
450.00
40.000.00
$99,836.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
144. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $459,374.66     $204,611.60
(e.)  New Westminster.
Salaries:
Medical Supervisor   $3,640.00
Two Physicians @ $3,540   7,080.00
Receiving Clerk   1,920.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer   1,500.00
Sundry employees   112,852.00
$126,992.00
Less iiercentage reductions.... $6,534.84
Less deductions for board .... 18,240.00
       24,774.S4
$102,217.16
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,075.00
Travelling expenses, etc  90.00
Fuel, water, light, power, etc  20,100.00
Janitors' supplies  750.00
Furniture and fixtures   2,250.00
Provisions and farm produce   20,300.00
Uniforms and clothing   5,850.00
Medical and surgical supplies   1,295.00
Examinations, committals, and transpor
tation     212.50
Incidentals and contingencies   5,075.00
$159,214.66
Less receipts, estimated at        15,000.00
Total, New AArestminster Hospital     144,214.06
(d.)  Colony Farm and Nursery.
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent       $3,780.00
Assistant Farm Superintendent         1,800.00
Stenographer            1,200.00
Sundry employees       45,686.00
$52,466.00
Less percentage reductions         2,439.32
$50,026.68
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  200,00
Travelling expenses, etc  315.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  6,750.00
Maintenance of grounds  450.00
Feed for stock   36,000.00
Carried fonvard     $93,741.68 $603,580.32     $204,611.60 Y 94
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
^°'t°f                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continned.
144.                                        Mental Hospitals—
Continued.
(d.)  Colony Farm and Nursery—Continued.
$99,836.00
Brought forward	
$93,741.68 $603,589.32
$204,611.60
Expenses—Continued.
3,600.00
Fertilizer and seed 	
4,000.00
900.00
Testing cows 	
750.00
2.700.00
Implements and harness, etc	
1,700.00
900.00
Blacksmith's supplies 	
900.00
13,500.00
9,000.00
Cannerv supplies and equipment	
13,500.00
Incidentals and contingencies 	
8,885.00
3,000.00
Labour and board (Hospital Account)....
Fuel, etc	
3,000.00
$126,476.68
$133,436.00
5,000 00
Less receipts, estimated at 	
5,000.00
$128,436.00
Total, Colony Farm and Nurs
(e.)  Mental Home, Saan
jry      121,476.68
ich (Colquitz).
Salaries:
$2,700.00
Superintendent 	
$2,700.00
1,200 00
Visiting Phvsician 	
1,200.00
46,440.00
Sundry employees 	
53,686.00
$50,340.00
$57,586.00
Less percentage reductions.. $2,651.72
9,030.00
Less deductions for board .... 10,740.00
Expenses:
13,391.72
$41,310.00
$44,194.28
540.00
Office supplies, etc	
770.00
180.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
180.00
9,900.00
Fuel, water, light, and power 	
9,850.00
1,800.00
Janitors'  supplies 	
800.00
2.070.00
Furniture and fixtures 	
2,070.00
28,200.00
26,550.00
5,400.00
Uniforms and clothing 	
6,000.00
715.00
Medical and surgical supplies 	
Examinations, committals, and transpor
700.00
-
175.00
tation   	
100.00
5,455.00
Incidentals and contingencies	
5,000.00
$94,095.00
$97,864.28
11,000.00
Less receipts, estimated at 	
11,000.00
Total, Mental Home, Saanich
$83,095.00
(Colquitz)      86,864.28
$811,930.28
Less payable by municipalities 	
Total, Mental Hospitals, Vote
Carried fonvard	
     392,500.00
$800,000.00
No. 144	
419,430.28
$624,041.88 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 95
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,000.00
960.00
19,890.00
$22,850.00
4,305.00
$18,545.00
270.00
9,000.00
750.00
15,500.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
600.00
500.00
1,200.00
$51,865.00
24,600.00
$27,265.00
$5,598.00
3,210.00
2.908.20
(2) 5,478.16
3,008.20
1,908.12
1,908.12
2,870.32
1,140.00
1,080.00
192,053.92
$221,163.04
67,275.24
$153,887.80
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $624,041.88
145. Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Salaries:
Superintendent        $2,000.00
Matron    960.00
Sundry employees       18,814.00
$21,774.00
Less percentage reductions       $1,001.88
Less deductions for board         4,305.00
 5,306.88
$16,467.12
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  270.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  9,000.00
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds and
roads   900.00
Provisions, etc  15,000.00     	
Clothing, etc  2,500.00
Medical and surgical supplies  3,000.00
Transportation of inmates   500.00
Feed for live stock  500.00
Incidentals and contingencies   1,200.00
$49,337.12
Less receipts, estimated at      24,300.00
Total of Vote No. 145   25,037.12
146. Tubercular Hospital and Farm.
(a.)   Tranquille Sanatorium.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent        $5,598.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent          3,210.00
Assistant Physician          2,908.20
Two Assistant Physicians ® $2,460        4,920.00
Dentist           1,080.00
Laboratory Technician          1,908.12
X-ray  Technician  	
Bursar           2,870.32
Book-keeper         1,140.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer 	
Stenographer         1,080.00
Sundry employees      186,661.92
$211,376.56
Less percentage reductions.. $10,394.81
Less deductions for board....    67,538.56
       77,933.37
Carried forward  $133,443.19
$649,079.00 Y 96
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$153,887.80
2,850.00
5,383.55
40,000.00
19,500.00
78,000.00
13,300.00
6,300.00
$319,221.35
69,000.00
$250,221.35
$3,444.00
24,440.00
$27,884.00
9,384.00
$18,500.00
150.00
3,750.00
1,800.00
8,500.00
100.00
500.00
1,750.00
600.00
1.500.00
500.00
850.00
100.00
2,500.00
$41,100.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
146. Tubercular Hospital and Farm—Continued,
(a.)  Tranquille Sanatorium—Continued.
Brought forward  $133,443.19 $649,079.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,500.00
Travelling expenses, transportation, etc. 3,000.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  46,000.00
Janitors'   supplies  and  maintenance   of
grounds, etc  16,500.00
Provisions, etc  61,000.00
Medical and surgical supplies   16,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies   9,400.00
$287,843.19
Less receipts, estimated at      125,070.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium   $162,773.19
(&.)  Tranquille Sanatorium Farm.
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent       $3,444.00
Sundry employees        27,870.00
$31,314.00
Less  percentage  reductions    $1,479.28
Less deductions for board....    10,149.00
       11,628.28
$19,685.72
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  100.00
Provisions, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc  953.00
Feed for stock       12,000.00
Blacksmith's supplies, repairs, etc	
Seed, fruit-boxes, etc :	
Janitors'   supplies  and  maintenance   of
grounds, dams, fences, ditches, etc        2,000.00
Drugs and veterinary supplies, etc  300.00
Implements, harness, etc        1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  410.00
Tractor expenses, etc  850.00
Leased range         1,075.00
Purchase of new sires and live stock	
Carried forward     $38,373.72 $162,773.19
$649,079.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 97
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$41,100.00
150.00
750.00
$42,000.00
5,000.00
$37,000.00
$287,221.35
$2,700.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
936.00
1,500.00
1,100.00
1,100.00
36,400.00
$46,496.00
10,176.00
$36,320.00
1,260.00
1,250.00
7,400.00
2,500.00
7,750.00
13,500.00
3,350.00
3.500.00
15,300.00
2,670.00
$94,800.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
146. Tubercular Hospital and Farm—Continued.
(b.)  Tranquille Sanatorium Farm—Continued.
Brought forward     $38,373.72 $162,773.19     $649,079.00
Expenses—Continued.
Boarding-house 	
Incidentals and contingencies   500.00
$38,873.72
Less receipts, estimated at         2,500.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium Farm       36,373.72
147.
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm, Vote No. 146..    199,146.91
Boys' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,700.00
Assistant Superintendent   1,500.00
Matron    1,260.00
Stenographer and Book-keeper   936.00
Male School-teacher (Senior Teacher)   1,500.00
Junior School-teacher   1,100.00
Junior  School-teacher    1,250.00
Sundry employees  _  36,220.00
$46,466.00
Less percentage reductions   $2,208.34
Less deductions for board  10,416.00
  12,624.34
$33,841.66
Expenses:
Office and school supplies   1,150.00
Travelling and transportation, etc  1,100.00
Clothing, boots, etc  6,200.00
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds, etc... 2,175.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  7,625.00
Provisions, etc  12,240.00
Medical, surgical, veterinary, and dental supplies.... 2,800.00
Laundry   3,250.00
Feed for stock   12,960.00
Purchase of poultry and live stock, etc  1,820.00
Carried forward  $85,161.66
$848,225.91 Y 98
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$94,800.00
3,240.00
2,875,00
$100,915.00
22,104.40
$78,810.60
$2,400.00
900.00
$3,300.00
10,000.00
$13,300.00
135.00
1,350.00
1,000.00
$15,785.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
147. Boys' Industrial School—Continued.
Brought forward     $85,161.66     $848,225.91
Expenses—Continued.
Vocational supplies         2,225.00
Incidentals and contingencies         1,810.00
$89,196.66
Less receipts, estimated at       13,200.00
$75,996.66
Less payable  by municipalities  at  80c.  per  day
for municipal cases .,      36,000.00
Total of Vote No. 147   39,996.66
148. A\rELFARE Branch (including Administration of "Infants Act" and
Mothers' Pensions Branch transferred from Department
of the Attorney-General).
Salaries:
Superintendent of Welfare and Neglected Children $3,600.00
Superintendent of Neglected Children 	
Deputy Superintendent of Neglected Children  3,000.00
Chief Clerk  1,500.00
Visitor     1,560.00
Visitor     1,560.00
Visitor     1,380.00
Visitor     1,260.00
Visitor     1,200.00
Visitor     960.00
Clerk-Stenographer :  1,200.00
Stenographer     1,0S0.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer     780.00
$22,860.00
Less percentage reductions         1,257.00
$21,603.00
Supervision of charitable grants        15,000.00
$36,603.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         3,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc        5,000.00
Incidentals and contingencies          1,800.00
Carried fonvard    $46,403.00     $888,222.57 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 99
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
^°'t°f                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$15,785.00
100,000.00
28,750.00
25,000.00
12,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
250.00
250.00
250.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRET
148.     AVelfare Branch (including Administration of " 1
Mothers' Pensions Branch transferred from
of the Attorney-General)—Continu
Brouaht fonvard, 	
A.RY—Contit
nfants Act
Department
cd.
$46,403.00
100,000.00
70,000.00
lued.
"  AND
$888,222.57
688,403.00
Expenses—Continued.
In aid of destitute poor and sick, etc	
Grants and contributions to Home and
Aid Societies:
Children's  Aid   Society  and  Catholic
Children's Aid Society 	
Children in private homes 	
$50,000.00
16,250.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
250.00
250.00
250.00
Alexandra Orphanage 	
Loyal Protestant Home 	
St. Anne's Boys' School 	
Monastry of Our Lady of Charity	
St. Anne's Convent 	
Total of Vote No. 148 	
Statutory
Mothers' pensions 	
Less chargeable to municipalities	
Total, AVelfare Branch 	
$850,000.00
378,000.00
$216,403.00
472,000.00
$185,785.00
149.                                      Provincial Home for
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent	
Incurables.
$2,880.00
1,440.00
960.00
36,344.00
$2,880.00
1,440.00
Matron   	
960.00
Clerk 	
37,358.00
Sundry employees 	
Less percentage reductions 	
$1,S12.04
14,700.00
$42,638.00
$41,624.00
16,512.04
14,700.00
Less deductions for board	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
$27,938.00
360.00
$25,111.96
600.00
100.00
500.00
5,800.00
1,000.00
27,000.00
3,000.00
100.00
500 00
Travelling expenses, etc	
6,000.00
1,500.00
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Janitors' supplies	
29,000.00
3,750.00
Provisions, etc	
Clothing, boots, etc	
Carried fonvard	
$69,148.00
$63,111.96   $1,576,625.57 Y 100
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$69,148.00
3,000.00
800.00
6,750.00
2,500.00
$82,198.00
70,000.00
$12,198.00
$3,600.00
2,100.00
1,140.00
948.00
900.00
400.00
$9,088.00
500.00
500.00
1,500.00
$11,588.00
500.00
$11,088.00
1,800.00
$12,888.00
$3,600.00
1,900.00
1.080.00
1.200.00
$7,780.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROATINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
149. Provincial Home for Incurables—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $63,111.98  $1,576,625.57
Expenses—Con tinued.
Medical and surgical supplies  3,000.00
Dentistry   1,000.00
Laundry   6,750.00
Incidentals and contingencies  2,500.00
$76,361.96
Less receipts, estimated at       65,013.00
Total of Vote No. 149  11,348.96
150. Civil Service Commission.
Salaries:
Civil Service Commissioner and Departmental Commissioner   $3,600.00
Clerk (Chief)   2,100.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Temporary assistance  300.00
$8,040.00
Less percentage reductions   558.60
$7,481.40
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  450.00
Travelling expenses, etc  450.00
Examinations, advertising, etc  600.00
$8,981.40
Less fees, estimated at '.  200.00
$8,781.40
Grants re Civil Service:
Gratuities under sec. 46, " Civil Service Act ".....        1,800.00
Total of Vote No. 150  10,581.40
151. Administration of " Superannuation Act " and " Teachers'
Pensions Act."
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner        $3,600.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant        1,900.00
Senior Superannuation Clerk          1,080.00
Superannuation Clerk 	
Carried forward       $6,580.00   $1,598,555.93 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 101
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$7,780.00
1,320.00
840.00
540.00
900.00
780.00
200.00
$12,360.00
750.00
500.00
$13,610.00
5,700.00
25,000.00
$44,310.00
1,500.00
$45,810.00
$3,540.00
2,220.00
1,840.00
1,212.00
1,176.00
930.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
540.00
1,572.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
780.00
1,620.00
840.00
780.00
$21,970.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
151. Administration of " Superannuation Act " and " Teachers'
Pensions Act "—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,580.00   $1,598,555.93
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   ("Teachers' Pensions Act")     1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer (" Teachers' Pensions Act") .... 840.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer     780.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$11,060.00
Less percentage reductions   690.04
$10,369.36
Expenses: .
Office supplies, etc  600.00
Travelling expenses, etc  250.00
$11,219.36
Grants:
Retiring allowances         9,000.00
Superannuation  (old allowances)      23,000.00
$43,219.36
Statutory:
" Superannuation Act, 1921," sec. 23, administration       1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 151   44,719.36
152. King's Printer.
Salaries:
King's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery   $3,540.00
Superintendent of Stationery  2,220.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant  1,840.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,212.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Clerk-Stenographer   930.00
Stenographer     900.00
Stenographer     840.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Messenger     540.00
Stationery Clerk   1,572.00
Stationery Clerk   1,20000
Stationery Clerk   1,200.00
Packer	
Paper  Stockman   1,620.00
Multigrapher  840.00
Assistant Multigrapher   780.00
Carried forward     $21,190.00   $1,043,275.23 Y 102
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$21,970.00
100,000.00
3,000.00
$124,970.00
127,100.00
$252,070.00
252,060.00
$10.00
$2,520.00
1,092.00
2,100.00
$5,712.00
1,000.00
$6,712.00
$835,000.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
$848,500.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
152. King's Printer—Continued.
Brought forward     $21,190.00   $1,643,275.29
Salaries—Continued.
Sundry employees       95,000.00
Temporary assistance         1,500.00
Less percentage reductions
$117,690.00
1,099.52
$116,590.48
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
- Printing-paper, stationery supplies, etc j-    103,500.00
New machinery, type, maintenance of plant, repairs, etc	
$220,090.48
Less   chargeable   to   King's   Printer   Operating
Account        220,080.48
153.
Total of ATote No. 152 	
Government House.
Salaries:
Private Secretary 	
Assistant Secretary 	
Secretarial  Stenographer
Temporary assistance	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
$2,520.00
2,100.00
1,092.00
$5,712.00
367.08
$5,344.92
1,250.00
Total of Vote No. 153
154. Statutory Grants to Hospitals
155. Inspection of Hospitals 	
156. Special Grants to Hospitals:
Atlin 	
Burns Lake	
Columbia Coast Mission	
Cranbrook   	
Hazelton 	
Kelowna 	
$1,000.00
2,500.00
10.00
6.594.92
820,000.00
7,500.00
Carried fonvard :       $3,500.00   $2,477,380.21 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 103
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$848,500.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
50,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
18,600.00
4,000.00
1,500.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
1,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
500.00
25,000.00
500.00
100.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
500.00
100.00
100.00
1,000.00
200.00
3,100.00
500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,700.00
1,000.00
$1,004,900.00
157.
158.
159.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,500.00   $2,477,380.21
156.
Special Grants to Hospitals-
Pouce Coupe 	
Vancouver (General) 	
Vancouver (St. Paul's)  	
Victoria (Jubilee) 	
Solarium	
Contingencies   	
-Continued.
3,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick, etc	
In Aid of Resident Physicians 	
Burial of Indigent Persons 	
Supervision of Charitable Grants 	
Grants to Charitable Associations, etc.:
B.C. Rifle Association 	
Boy Scouts, Vancouver 	
Canadian Girl Guides	
Canadian Handicrafts 	
Canadian Red Cross Society, B.C. Division 	
Central City Mission	
Crippled Children Hospital	
58th Field Battery 	
Grace Hospital 	
Industries for Blind Adults 	
Navy League of Canada (Victoria)	
Royal Canadian Humane Association 	
Saanich Health Centre 	
Salvation Army Maternity Home 	
16th Scottish 	
S.P.C.A., Victoria 	
S.P.C.A., Vancouver	
St. John Ambulance Association 	
Victoria Seamen's Institute 	
V.O.N., Vancouver        $1,400.00
$1,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
V.O.N., Victoria 	
V.O.N., Burnaby 	
V.O.N., North Vancouver 	
Canadian Red Cross Society, New Westminster 	
A^.O.N., for extras 	
500.00
300.00
200.00
200.00
500.00
Y.AV.C.A., New AVestminster
YW.C.A., Vancouver	
Y.AV.C.A., Victoria 	
AV.C.T.U., Victoria 	
Contingencies 	
3,100.00
250.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,700.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 159
21,500.00
18,600.00
5,000.00
44,550.00
Carried forward   $2,567,030.21 Y 104
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
193,1-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$15,000.00
100,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
25,000.00
235,000.00
6,000.00
21,750.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward    $2,567,030.21
  12,000.00
'■ AVorkmen's Compensa-
160. Registration of Voters	
161. Assessment on Class 13  (The Crown)
tion Act" 	
162. Grant to Canteen Fund Trustees	
163. Contingencies, Incidentals, and Entertainments, etc	
164. Teachers' Pensions	
165. " Superannuation  Act "—Government contributions  to   Superan
nuation Fund	
    Expenses—State Health Insurance and Maternity Benefits Commission 	
166. Grant to Greater Vancouver Water District re installing New
Water-mains to Essondale and Boys' Industrial School Area	
100,000.00
10,000.00
8,000.00
25,000.00
200.000.00
14,250.00
$3,147,993.95
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary    $2,936,280.21
167.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Minister's Office.
$7,500.00
2,160.00
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works
Secretary 	
Stenographer   	
$9,660.00
450.00
2,250.00
$12,360.00
$5,240.00
4,040.00
1,260.00
2,880.00
2,320.00
2,200.00
1,900.00
1,788.00
1,620.00
$23,248.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$7,500.00
2,160.00
1,140.00
$10,800.00
1,096.80
$9,703.20
450.00
2,250.00
Total of ATote No. 167
168.
Administration.
Salaries:
Chief Engineer 	
Assistant Chief Engineer	
Secretary to Chief Engineer
Accounting Department.
Chief Accountant  	
Assistant Accountant
Clerk 	
Statistician 	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
$5,240.00
4,040.00
1,260.00
3,060.00
2,320.00
2,200.00
1,788.00
1,620.00
$12,403.20
Carried forward     $21,528.00
$12,403.20 .
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 105
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$23,248.00
1,380.00
960.00
930.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
780.00
3,660.00
2,700.00
2,640.00
2,340.00
2,160.00
1,800.00
2,400.00
1,092.00
3,660.00
3,420.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
780.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,380.00
780.00
780.00
900.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
840.00
$80,430.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
168. Administration—Continued.
Brought forward     $21,528.00.      $12,403.20
Salaries—Continued.
Accounting Department—Continued.
Clerk  :  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Clerk  930.00
Clerk  900.00
Stenographer     780.00
Machine Operator   780.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Architect's Department.
Chief Architect         3,660.00
Assistant Chief Architect         2,700.00
Architect  	
Architect          2,340.00
Principal Draughtsman 	
Inventory Clerk         1,800.00
Inspector  	
Stenographer            1,092.00
Bridge Department.
Bridge Engineer  3,660.00
Inspector    3,420.00
Designing  Engineer    2,760.00
Principal Draughtsman   2,100.00
Stenographer     780.00
Draughting Department.
Assistant Designing Engineer   2,100.00
Junior Assistant Engineer   2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,800.00
Draughtsman  (Junior)    1,380.00
Draughtsman  (Apprentice)  	
Junior Clerk   780.00
Stenographer     780.00
Equipment Department.
Mechanical Superintendent        2,760.00
Inspector of Equipment	
Accountant           1,800.00
Clerk          1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Carried forward..... :    $68,030.00       $12,403.20 Y 106
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$80,430.00.
1,740.00
1,560.00
2.320.00
1,080.00
1,320.00
1,080.00
420.00
1,140.00
3,660.00
2,100.00
1,680.00
900.00
500.00
4,860.00
(7) 24,780.00
(3) 9,900.00
2,760.00
(2) 5,640.00
2,760.00
2,700.00
(5) 13,200.00
2,520.00
(4) 9,600.00
(13) 21,060.00
1,584.00
(2) 3,144.00
1,560.00
(8) 12,000.00
1,248.00
(2) 2 400.00
(2) 2.088.00
1,020.00
960.00
948.00
$226,662.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AVORKS—Continued.
168. Administration—Continued.
Brought forward     $68,030.00       $12,403.20
Salaries—Continued.
Garage.
Chauffeur-Mechanic   	
Chauffeur    '..	
General Office.
Chief Clerk   2,320.00
Filing Clerk  1,080.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $660   1,320.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $540   1,080.00
Messenger     420.00
Stenographer     1,140.00
Highway Traffic and Utilities.
Highway Traffic and Utilities Engineer 	
Accountant   	
Clerk 	
Stenographer   	
Temporary assistance 	
Temporary Assistance, Headquarters.
Temporary assistance         4,500.00
District Offices.
Five Engineers @ $3,420        17,100.00
Engineer            3,360.00
Three Engineers @ $3,240          9,720.00
Engineer   (Surfacing)            2,760.00
Two Engineers, @ $3,000          6,000.00
Engineer   	
Engineer   	
Engineers 	
Engineer   	
Engineers 	
Nine Clerks @ $1,620        14,580.00
Clerk 	
Clerks 	
Clerk 	
Clerk         1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer         1,200.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,044.00
Clerk-Stenographer ,	
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Carried forward  $138,114.00        $12,403.20 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 107
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$226,662.00
780.00
1,092.00
1,080.00
1,020.00
(3) 2,700.00
(3) 2,520.00
(3) 2,340.00
6,000.00
$244,194.00
5,500.00
25.000.00
9,900.00
24,200.00
2,000.00
$310,794.00
$1,620.00
2,080.00
1,720.00
1,260.00
$5,060.00
12,500.00
1,000.00
$18,560.00
4,000.00
$14,560.00
168.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AVORKS—Continued.
Administration—Continued.
Brought forward  $138,114.00       $12,403.20
Salaries—Continued.
District Offices—Continued.
Clerk-Stenographer ....
Stenographer	
Stenographer	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer	
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance
  1,080.00
  900.00
  840.00
  780.00
  7,000.00
$148,714.00
  9,445.64
$139,268.36
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc., Headquarters   5,500.00
Office supplies, etc., District Offices  13,950.00
Travelling expenses, etc., Headquarters   9,900.00
Travelling expenses, etc., District Offices   15,500.00
Printing annual report, publicity   2,000.00
Less percentage reductions
169.
Total of Arote No. 168 	
Maintenance op Parliament Buildings and Grounds.
Salaries:
Telegraph Operator        $1,620.00
Heating Plant.
Engineer       $2,140.00
Assistant Engineer         1,720.00
Fireman          1,200.00
Expenses:
Fuel, etc	
Supplies, etc.
Less   chargeable    to   King's    Printer
Building 	
Less percentage reductions
$5,060.00
10,000.00
800.00
$15,860.00
4,000.00
$11,860.00
283.80
Total   Salaries   and   Expenses,   Heating
Plant       11,576.20
186,118.36
Carried forward     $13,196.20     $198,521.56 Y 108
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
^°ot°f                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORK S—Continued.
169.         Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
$13,196.20
$198,521.56
Salaries:
Mechanical Staff.
$2,220.00
Foreman of Works 	
2,220.00
1,800.00
Head Carpenter 	
1,800.00
(3) 5,160.00
Carpenters 	
1,900.00
Chief Electrician 	
1,900.00
1,600.00
Assistant Electrician	
1,900.00
Plumber  	
1,900.00
1,740.00
Assistant Plumber 	
1,660.00
Painter 	
1,660.00
1,600.00
Assistant Painter	
(2) 2,760 00
Roofers and Cement-workers
Garage.
.
$22,340.00
1,740 00
Janitors, Watchmen,
and Ushers.
$1,820.00
Chief Janitor 	
$1,820.00
1,440.00
Night Foreman 	
1,350.00
Day Foreman 	
1,350.00
1,320.00
Janitor  	
1,320.00
(21) 26,460.00
Twenty-one Janitors @ $1,260
26,460.00
(3) 3,600.00
Three Janitors @ $1,200 	
3,600.00
(2) 2.520.00
Two AVatchmen ® $1,260   	
2,520.00
1,140.00
Watchman 	
1,200.00
1,140.00
Elevator Attendant 	
1,260.00
Usher   	
1,140.00
600.00
Assistant Usher 	
540.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
Temporary assistance	
$45,650.00
$42,450.00
Less   chargeable   to   King's
Printer
1,260.00
Building 	
Grounds.
1,260.00
41,190.00
$44,390.00
$1,660.00
Head Gardener 	
1,660.00
1,470.00
Assistant Gardener 	
1,470.00
$68,736.20
Less percentage reductions ..
$2,851.60
Less part-time reductions ....
8,182.50
Carried forward	
11,034.10
$3,130.00
$57,702.10
$198,521.56 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y   109
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,130.00
6,500.00
12,000.00
15,000.00
9,040.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
750.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
$151,330.00
$1,320.00
840.00
$2,160.00
4,000.00
5,000.00
3,000.00
10,200.00
200.00
750.00
2,300.00
$27,610.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
169. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
Brought forward     $57,702.10     $198,521.56
Expenses.
Furniture (with typewriters, adding-machines, etc.).... 8,500.00
Power, light, and water  10,000.00
Repairs   17,000.00
Gardeners and supplies       $8,582.20
Less percentage reductions....    $336.88
Less part-time reductions     1,742.14
         2,079.02
  6,503.18
Janitors' supplies   2,750.00
Telephones   15,000.00
Taxes     750.00
Garage—repairs, supplies, etc  3,000.00
Miscellaneous    1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 169         122,205.28
170. Government House  (Maintenance).
Salaries:
Head Gardener       $1,320.00
Housekeeper         .   840.00
$2,160.00
Less percentage reductions   99.60
$2,060.40
Expenses:
Fuel, light, water, etc        4,000.00
Repairs         3,000.00
Furniture and supplies         2,000.00
Grounds      $12,325.00
Less percentage reductions....   $331.20
Less part-time reductions  2,028.60
 2,359.80
        9,965.20
Taxes     200.00
Secretary's house-rent, fuel, etc  750.00
Miscellaneous          1,000.00
Total of A^ote No. 170  22,975.60
Carried fonvard       $343,702.44 Y 110
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,545,000.00
50,000.00
$2,495,000.00
1,000.00
$100,079.00
5,000.00
$105,079.00
75,000.00
10,100.00
9,050.00
4,110.00
6,600.00
$209,939.00
$43,070.00
40,000.00
$3,070.00
$11,947.00
$100,000.00
$3,323,050.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WiGtRPS—Continued.
Brought forward       $343,702.44
171. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, AVharves, etc , $2,008,000.00
Less estimated receipts          52,000.00.
Total of Arote No. 171
171 (a). Subsidy for Operation of Ladner-AAroodward Ferry
172. Local Highways within Municipal Limits 	
1,956,000.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
173.
Maintenance, Repairs to Government Buildings, and Rental
of Offices (except Parliament Buildings and
Government House).
Salaries:
Sundry employees      $99,549.00
Temporary assistance 	
$99,549.00
Less percentage reductions        $5,349.23 i
Less part-time reductions        16,295.56
  21,644.79
$77,904.21
Expenses:
Repairs, etc  60,164.81
Rental of offices   24,450.00
Furniture,    fixtures,    etc.     (including    typewriters,
adding-machines, etc.)    10,500.00
Fuel, light, and water   8,000.00
Telephones   4,500.00
Grounds (gardeners, supplies, etc.)    2,400.00
Grounds  (roadways)     1,604.00
Total of A^ote No. 173
174.
Steam-boiler In spection.
Salaries and expenses     $30,263.00
Less estimated receipts       27,500.00
Total of Vote No. 174
175. Electrical Energy Inspection.
Salaries and expenses      $13,747.00
Total of Vote No. 175	
Unemployment Relief	
189,523.02
2,763.00
13,747.00
Total, Department of Public AVorks    $2,512,235.46 .
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 111
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiseal Year
1932-33.
$4,560.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
930.00
228.00
100.00
$9,718.00
4,080.00
2,880.00
2,760.00
1,320.00
100.00
$20,858.00
1,260.00
2,700.00
$24,818.00
$16,800.00
2,000.00
17,800.00
10,000.00
$46,600.00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILAVAYS.
176. General Office.
Salaries:
Victoria Office.
Deputy Minister and Chief Engineer        $4,560.00
Draughtsman         2,000.00
Chief Clerk 	
Stenographer   930.00
Secretary to Minister   228.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$7,818.00
Less percentage reductions   735.80
$7,082.20
Vancouver Office.
Chief   Inspector   of   Rolling-stock   and
Equipment        $4,080.00
Assistant Inspector of Rolling-stock and
Equipment          2,880.00
Assistant Inspector of Rolling-stock and
Equipment          2,760.00
Stenographer        1,320.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$11,140.00
Less percentage reductions   828.00
10,312.00
$17,394.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc       $1,260.00
Travelling expenses, etc         2,700.00
3,960.00
Total of Arote No. 178          $21,354.20
177. Fraser River Bridge, New AVestminster.
Salaries    $16,800.00
Less percentage reductions         1,048.80
$15,751.20
Temporary assistance         2,000.00
Maintenance and repairs        19,350.00
Renewing highway deck (completion)          7,600.00
Carried forward     $44,701.20        $21,354.20 Y 112
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$46,600.00
5,000.00
500.00
$52,100.00
$76,918.00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS—Continued.
177. Fraser River Bridge, New AA'estminster—Continued.
Brought forward     $44,701.20       $21,354.20
Miscellaneous, renewing trestle approach       25,000.00
Automatic lubricator	
Total of Vote No. 177  69,701.20
Total, Department of Railways         $91,055.40 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
Y 113
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
CAPITAL
ACCOUNT.
( Expenditures
out of Income.)
178. Sinking
Funds:
Loan Act:
Debenture
Series.
Due Date of
Payment.
Amount of
Issue.
Maturity          Amount of
Date of Issue. Appropriation.
$133,114.00
1914
April
1, 1932
$7,275,000.00
April
1,1941
$133,114.00
60,945.00
1916
" DH "
June
15,1932
2,000,000.00
June
15,1941
60,945.00
91,777.00
1916
it  XT "
July
•   2,1932
3,000,000.00
July
2,1939
91,777.00
6,009.00
1917
" 11 "
April
1,1932
200,000.00
April
1,1938
6,009.00
9,291.00
1917
" Tl"
May
16,1932
300,000.00
May
16,1939
9,291.00
3,199.00
1917
" Ml "
Nov.
1,1932
100,000.00
Nov.
1,1938
3,199.00
3,268.00
1917
" 01 "
Dec.
1,1932
100,000.00
Dec.
1.1938
3,268.00
10.192.00
1917
" Gl "
Dec.
1,1932
300,000.00
Dec.
1,1937
10,192.00
3,268.00
1917
" PI "
Dec.
1,1932
100,000.00
Dec.
1,1938
3,268.00
95,729.00
1918
"S"
Mar.
5,1933
3,000,000.00
Mar.
15,1939
95,729.00
33,126.00
1918
"DI"
June
15,1932
1,000,000.00
June
15,1941
33,126.00
16,494.00
1919
" DR "
Oct.
26,1932
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
16,494.00
16,419.00
1920
"DS"
Oct.
26,1932
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
16,419.00
33,110.00
1921
" DT "
Oct.
26,1932
1,000,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
33,110.00
34,887.00
1921 (S.S.)
" DX "
Jan.
15,1933
1,500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
34,887.00
8,982.00
1921 (S.S.)
" EB "
June
25, 1932
400,000.00
June
25,1948
8,982.00
2,401.00
1921 (S.S.)
" FT "
April 25,1932
100,000.00
April 25,1954
2,401.00
11,674.00
1922
" DY "
Jan.
15, 1933
500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
11,674.00
22,202.00
1922
" ED "
June
25,1932
700,000.00
June
25,1943
22,202.00
3,082.00
1922
" FH "
Nov.
1,1932
188,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
3,082.00
11,556.00
1923
" FC "
Sept.
25,1932
705,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
11,556.00
21,975.00
1924
" EQ "
July
2,1932
1,000,000.00
July
2,1950
21,975.00
5,442.00
1924
" Fl "
Nov.
1,1932
332,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
5,442.00
4,508.00
1925
" FD "
Sept.
25,1932
275,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
4,508.00
984.00
1925
" FJ "
Nov.
1,1932
60,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
984.00
28,276.00
1927
" FE "
Sept.
25,1932
1,725,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
28,276.00
738.00
1927
" FB "
Sept.
25,1932
45,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
738.00
1,803.00
1927
" FK "
Nov.
1, 1932
110,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
1,803.00
17,830.00
1927
" FL "
Dec.
1,1932
1,000,000.00
Dec.
1,1957
17,830.00
44,878.00
1927
" FM "
Oct.
1,1932
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1957
44,878.00
Dyking Debentures Act,
1891:
9,508.00
July
1, 1932
445,000.00
July
1,1937
9,508.00
Better Housing Act, 1919:
9,912.00
" DJ "
June
30, 1932
340,000.00
June
30,1941
9,912.00
39,622.00
" DD "
Dec.
31,1932
1,361,500.00
Dec.
31, 1940
39,622.00
Department of Industries Act, 1919:
32,290.00
" DN "
Aug.
15,1932
1,000,000.00
Aug.
15,1941
32,290.00
B.C. Highway Loan Act,
1920:
46,816.00
"DQ"
Oct.
1,1932
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1946
46,816.00
13,520.00
" EA "
June
25,1932
600,000.00
June
25,1948
13,520.00
22,499.00
"EE"        Jan.   25,1933
Carried forward	
1,000,000.00
Jan.
25,1949
22,499.00
$911,326.00
$911,326.00 Y 114
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
Vote*                                                       SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued. .
(Expenditures out <
)F Income) —
Continued.
178.
Sinking Funds—Continued.
Debenture         Due Date of
Series.               Payment.
Amount of
Issue.
Maturity           Amount of
Date of Issue. Appropriation.
$911,326.00
Brought forward	
$911,326.00
B.C.
University Loan Act, 1920:
9,498.00
"EC"        June  25,1932
$300,000.00
June 25,1943
9,498.00
22,410.00
"EH"        July   12,1932
1,000,000.00
July   12,1949
22,410.00
4,098.00
"FA"        Sept. 25,1932
250,000.00
Sept. 25,1957
4,098.00
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921:
32,196.00
"DM"        Aug.   15,1932
1,000,000.00
Aug.   15,1941
32,196.00
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922:
22,499.00
"EF"        Jan.   25,1933
1,000,000.00
Jan.   25,1949
22,499.00
45,986.00
"EG"        July   12,1932
2,042,300.00
July   12,1949
45,986.00
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
88,461.00
"EU"        Jan.   15,1933
4,000,000.00
Jan.   15,1951
88,461.00
89,756.00
" FN"        Oct.      1,1932
4,000,000.00
Oct.      1,1953
89,756.00
67,526.00
"FO"         Jan.    23,1933
6,417,000.00
Jan.   23,1969
67,526.00
97,393.00
" FP "        April 25,1932
4,056,000.00
April 25,1954
97,393.00
48,024.00
" FQ "        April 25,1932
2,000,000.00
April 25,1954
48,024.00
24,012.00
" FR "        April 25,1932
1,000,000.00
April 25, 1954
24,012.00
69,635.00
" FS "         April 25, 1932
2,900,000.00
April 25,1954
69,635.00
54,141.00
"FU"        Sept. 24,1932
3,036,500.00
Sept. 24,1959
54,141.00
76,910.00
" FV "        April   2,1932
3,203,000.00
April   2,1955
76,910.00
Consolidated Issues:
"EM"        July   12,1932
2,000,000.00
July   12,1939
apportioned as follows :—■
"Loan Act. 1917" on .8145.000
      $6,812.46
"P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1920," on $25,500           1,198.05
"P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $448,000....    21,048.16
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1920,"
on $150,000
       7,047.38
"Loan Act. 1921." on $800,000
     37,588.00
"Loan Act. 1921   fS.S.L on $250.000	
     11,745.63
93,965.00
" Loan Act, 1923," on $181,500
      8,527.32
93,965.00
" FG"        Nov.     1,1932
310,000.00
Nov.     1,1942
apportioned as follows:—
"Loan Act. 1921." on $47,000
......    $2,261.00
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $263,000         12,655.00
14,916.00
14,916.00
325,930.75
Pacific Great Eastern Guaranteed
Total of Vote No. 178
Carried forward	
Stock	
325,930.75
$2,098,682.75
$2,098,682.75
$2,098,682.75
$2,098,682.75
f E STIMATE S   (1932-33).
Y   115
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,098,682.75
$210,000.00
$907,200.00
$9,700.00
3,225,582.75
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income)—Continued.
Brought forward    $2,098,682.75
179. Redemption of Debentures:
On June 29th, 1932—
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)," Series EV... $35,000.00
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series EV  175,000.00
On April 1st, 1932—
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series FY  142,000.00
Total, Redemption of Debentures, Vote No. 179         352,000.00
180. Pacific Great Eastern  Railway Company—Interest  on  Guaran
teed Bonds due July 15th, 1932, and January 15th, 1933       907,200.00
181. British Columbia House, London, Eng.—Instalment on Mortgage 9,700.00
Total, Capital Expenditure (out of Income)  $3,367,582.75 Y 118
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
DETAILED  STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 71.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary.
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
$1,020.00—Adelphi     $950.00
1,020.00—Ainsworth     950.00
960.00—Albert Canyon      895.00
1,100.00—Albreda   1,025.00
1,320.00—Alderdale    1,230.00
1,140.00—Alexander Manson   1,060.00
1,080.00—Alexandria   1,005.00
1,080.00—Alexandria, North   1,005.00
1,140.00—Alexis Creek   1,030.00
1,080.00—Alice Siding   1,005.00
1,050.00—Allenby      975.00
960.00—Allen Grove       895.00
1,080.00—Anarchist Mountain    1,005.00
960.00—Anderson Creek       895.00
1,020.00—Anglemont         950.00
1,140.00—Amiable, Principal   1,080.00
960.00—Amiable, 2nd Div      895.00
980.00—Annie Bay       895.00
1,080.00—Appledale   1,005.00
1,050.00—Argenta       975.00
1,320.00—Arras   1,230.00
960.00—Arrow Park, East       895.00
1,020.00—Arrow Park, West       950.00
1,020.00—Ashton  Creek      950.00
1,020.00—Aspeli Grove       950.00
1,320.00—Atlin      1,230.00
1,080.00—Australian     1,005.00
1,020.00—Avola       950.00
900.00—Bainbridge       840.00
1,140.00—Baker Creek   1.080.00
1,320.00—Baldonnel   1.230.00
1,050.00—Balfour       975.00
1,020.00—Balmoral         950.00
1,020.00—Bamfield       050.00
1,140.00—Barkerville   1,060.00
060.00—Barnston Island      895.00
1,140.00—Baynes Lake, Principal   1,030.00
960.00—Baynes Lake, 2nd Div      895.00
1,320.00—Bear Flat   1,230.00
960.00—Beaton         895.00
1,020.00—Beaver Cove       950.00
980.00—Beaver Creek      895.00
1,050.00—Beaverdell        975.00
1,080.00—Beaverley   1,005.00
1,020.00—Beavermouth      950.00
1,080.00—Beaver River  .'.  1,005.00
1,080.00—Bednesti    1,005.00
1,020.00—Belford        950.00
1,320.00—Belle View   1,230.00
$1,080.00—Bend $1,005.00
1,140.00—Bevan, Principal  1,080.00
960.00—Bevan, 2nd Div  895.00
1,140.00—Big Bar Creek   1,030.00
1,100.00—Big Bar Mountain   1,025.00
1,140.00—Big Creek   1,060.00
1,020.00—Big Eddy   950.00
1,140.00—Big Lake  1,080.00
1,020.00—Birch Island   950.00
960.00—Birken   895.00
960.00—Black Canyon   895.00
1,140.00—Black Creek   1,080.00
960.00—Black Mountain   895.00
1,020.00—Blackpool    950.00
1,320.00—Blakeburn,  Principal    1,230.00
1,200.00—Blakeburn, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,080.00—Blakeburn, 3rd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Blakeburn, 4th Div  895.00
1,020.00—Blind  Bay    950.00
1,020.00—Blind Channel   950.00
980.00—Bliss Landing   895.00
1,020.00—Bloedel     950.00
900.00—Blucher Hall   895.00
1,100.00—Blue River   1,025.00
1,320.00—Bon Accord'   1,230.00
1,080.00—Bonaparte, North   1,005.00
980.00—Bonaparte Valley   895.00
980.00—Boston Bar   895.00
1,020.00—Boswell   950.00
1,080.00—Bouchie Lake   1,005.00
1,020.00—Boundary Falls    950.00
1,020.00—Bowie     950.00
1,080.00—Box Lake   1,005.00
1,080.00—Bradley Creek   1,005.00
1,080.00—Braeside   1,005.00
1,380.00—Brechin, Principal   1,285.00
1,200.00—Brechin, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,080.00—Brechin, 3rd  Div  1,005.00
960.00—Brechin, 4th  Div  895.00
1,050.00—Bridesville    975.00
1,080.00—Bridge Lake, North   1,005.00
1,020.00—Bridge River   950.00
1,300.00—Brilliant, Principal    1,210.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 2nd Div  1,060.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 3rd  Div  1,080.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 4th  Div  1,060.00
1,140.00—Brilliant, 5th   Div  1,060.00
1,140.00—Britannia   Beach,  Principal.. 1,080.00
960.00—Britannia  Beach,  2nd  Div... 895.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 117
DETAILED    STATEMENT OF ArOTE No. 71—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
$1,360.00—Britannia Mine, High  $1,265.00
1,260.00—Britannia  Mine,  Principal... 1,170.00
1,080.00—Britannia Mine, 2nd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Britannia Mine, 3rd Div  895.00
960.00—Brocklehurst    895.00
1,020.00—Brookmere   950.00
1,080.00—Brown Creek   1,005.00
1,030.00—Buffalo Creek   1,005.00
1,080.00—Bulkley, South   1,005.00
1,000.00—Bull River Bridge   930.00
960.00—Cahilty     895.00
1,080.00—Cale Creek   1,005.00
1,020.00—Campbell Falls   950.00
900.00—Campbell Ranch   840.00
1,080.00—Camp Creek   1,005.00
1,100.00—Camp Lister, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Camp Lister, 2nd Div  895.00
1,140.00—Canal Flat, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Canal Flat, 2nd Div  895.00
1,0S0.00—Canyon Creek   1,005.00
1,080.00—Carlin  Siding    1,005.00
1,020.00—Carroll's Landing   950.00
1,150.00—Carson   1,070.00
1,080.00—Cartier     1,005.00
1,140.00—Cassidy, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Cassidy, 2nd Div  895.00
1,020.00—Castledale  950.00
1,080.00—Castle Rock   1,005.00
1,320.00—Cecil Lake   1.230.00
900.00—Cedar, East   840.00
1,260.00—Cedar, North, Principal   1,170.00
1,080.00—Cedar, North, 2nd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Cedar, North, 3rd Div  895.00
1,080.00—Cedarvale  1,005.00
1,020.00—Celista  950.00
1,200.00—Champion Creek   1,115.00
1,320.00—Charlie Lake   1,280.00
1,020.00—Chase Creek, Lower   950.00
1,140.00—Chase River, Principal   1,080.00
960.00—Chase River, 2nd Div  895.00
900.00—Cherry Creek Valley   840.00
1,140.00—Chezacut  1,080.00
1,080.00—Chilco     1,005.00
960.00—Chilliwack River   895.00
1,140.00—Chimney Creek  „  1,060.00
960.00—Chinook Cove  895.00
1,080.00—Christian Valley  1,005.00
1,020.00—Christina Lake   950.00
960.00—Chu Chua   895.00
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary.
1932-33.
$1,320.00—Clayhurst  $1,230.00
960.00—Clayoquot       895.00
1,320.00—Clayton   1,230.00
1,020.00—Clearwater      950.00
960.00—Clo-oose      895.00
1,140.00—Coalmont, Principal  1,080.00
960.00—Coalmont, 2nd Div      895.00
1,0S0.00—Coast Logging  1,005.00 .
1,320.00—Coleman Creek   1,230.00
1,0S0.00—Colleymount     1,005.00
1,080.00—Columbia Gardens   1,005.00
1,360.00—Comox, High, Principal   1,265.00
1,200.00—Comox, High, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,380.00—Comox, Principal   1,170.00
1,200.00—Comox, 2nd Div  1,005.00
1,080.00—Comox, 3rd  Div     895.00
960.00—Comox, 4th  Div	
000.00—Concord         840.00
1,080.00—Copper City   1,005.00
1,050.00—Copper Mountain     075.00
1,140.00—Corbin, Principal   1,030.00
960.00—Corbin,  2nd Div      895.00
960.00—Cortes Island      895.00
1,020.00—Craigellachie       950.00
1,320.00—Cranberry Lake, Principal.... 1,230.00
1,200.00—Cranberry Lake, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,080.00—Cranberry Lake, 3rd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Cranberry Lake, 4th Div     895.00
1,020.00-r-Creighton A^alley      950.00
1,100.00—Crescent Valley   1,025.00
1,000.00—Creston, AVest      030.00
1,020.00—Criss Creek       950.00
1,050.00—Crow's Nest       975.00
1,080.00—Croydon  1.005.00
1,320.00—Crystal Spring   1,230.00
960.00—Cultus Lake       895.00
1,020.00—Curzon       950.00
960.00—Darlington        895.00
1,320.00—Dawson Creek, North   1,230.00
1,320.00—Dawson Creek, South   1,230.00
1,080.00—Decker Lake   1,005,00
960.00—Deer Park       895.00
900.00—Departure Bay      840.00
1,320.00—Devereaux    1,230.00
960.00—Diamond Crossing       895.00
900.00—Divide        840.00
1,320.00—Doe Creek   1,230.00
1,200.00—Dog Creek   1,115,00
1,080.00—Dome Creek  1,005.00 Y   118
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
DETAILED    STATEMENT OF ArOTE No. 71—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
).00—Doriston      $895.00
1,020.00—Dorr      950.00
1,080.00—Dorreen   1,005.00
1,080.00—Dragon Lake   1,005.00
1,080.00—Driftwood Creek  1,005.00
1,080.00—Dunster   1,005.00
960.00—Eagle Bay       895.00
1,020.00—Eagle Aralley      950.00
1,080.00—Edgewood   1,005.00
1,020.00—Elk Bay       950.00
1,050.00—Elk Bridge       975.00
960.00—Elk Lake       895.00
1,050.00—Elk Prairie      975.00
1,000.00—Elphinstone Bay      930.00
1,080.00—Endako    1,005.00
1,030.00—Engen     1,005.00
1,020.00—Englewood       950.00
1,080.00—Enterprise     1,005.00
1,020.00—Essondale      950.00
1,080.00—Evelyn     1,005.00
960.00—Ewing's Landing       895.00
1,140.00—Extension, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Extension, 2nd Div      895.00
960.00—False Bay      895.00
960.00—Fauquier        895.00
1,080.00—Ferndale   1,005.00
1,050.00—Fife    :      975.00
1,080.00—Finmoore    .1,005.00
1,320.00—Fish Creek   1,230.00
1,050.00—Flagstone        975.00
1,020.00—Florence Mine     950.00
1,020.00—Forde       950.00
960.00—Forest Glen       895.00
1,080.00—Forest Grove   1,005.00
1,320.00—Forfar   1,230.00
1,020.00—Forks       950.00
1,140.00—Fort Fraser, Principal  1,080.00
960.00—Fort Fraser, 2nd Div      895.00
1,140.00—Fort St. James   1,080.00
1,400.00—Fort St. John, Principal  1,300.00
1,300.00—Fort St. John, 2nd Div  1,210.00
1,200.00—Fort St. John, 3rd Div.   1,115.00
900.00—Foster's Bar      840.00
1,100.00—Four Mile   1,025.00
1,080.00—Francois  Lajie    1,005.00
1,080.00—Francois Lake, South   1,005.00
1,080.00—Fraser Flats   1,005.00
1,080.00—Fraser Lake   1,005.00
1,0S0.00—Fraser Lake, North   1,005.00
$1,140.00—Fraser View  $1,060.00
1,140.00—French Creek, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—French Creek, 2nd Div      895.00
1,140.00—Fruitova, Principal   1,060.00
1,140.00—Fruitova, 2nd Div  1,060.00
900.00—Gabriola, East         840.00
900.00—Gabriola, North      840.00
900.00—Gabriola, South        840.00
1,020.00—Galena         950.00
1,020.00—Galena Bay       950.00
900.00—Galiano       840.00
900.00—Galiano, North       840.00
960.00—Galley Bay        895.00
1,050.00—Gibson Creek .'.    975.00
1,020.00—Gilford Island      950.00
960.00—Glacier         895.00
1,260.00—Glade, Principal   1,170.00
1,160.00—Glade, 2nd Div  1,080.00
1,080.00—Glenbank     1,005.00
960.00—Glenemma         895.00
960.00—Glenrosa       895.00
1,080.00—Glentanna  1,005.00
1,020.00—Grandview Bench     950.00
1,020.00—Granite Bay      950.00
1,050.00—Grasmere       975.00
1,080.00—Grassy Plains   1,005.00
1,020.00—Gray Creek     950.00
1,020.00—Great Central      950.00
1,020.00—Greenslide        950.00
1,260.00—Grindrod, Principal   1,170.00
1,080.00—Grindrod, 2nd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Grindrod, 3rd Div.'      895.00
1,320.00—Groundbirch  1,230.00
960.00—Half Moon Bay     895.00
960.00—Hall's Landing       895.00
1,320.00—Hanshaw     1,230.00
1,020.00—Hardwicke Island      950.00
1,360.00—Harewood, High, Principal.... 1,265.00
1,200.00—Harewood, High, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,500.00—Harewood, Principal   1,395.00
1,260.00—Harewood, 2nd Div  1.170.00
1,140.00—Harewood, 3rd Div  1,060.00
1,020.00—Harewood, 4th Div     950.00
960.00—Harewood, 5th Div      895.00
960.00—Harewood, 6th Div      895.00
960.00—Harewood, 7th Div     895.00
1,140.00—Harper's Camp   1,060.00
1,020.00—Harrogate     950.00
1,080.00—Harrop     1,005.00 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
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DETAILED    STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 71—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33
$1,320.00—Hays    $1,230.00
1,080.00—Haysport     1,005.00
1,140.00—Hazelton, New, Principal  1,060.00
960.00—Hazelton, New, 2nd Div     895.00
960.00—Hendon      895.00
1,020.00—Heriot Bay     950.00
960.00—Heywood's Corner      895.00
1,140.00—High Bar   1,080.00
1,320.00—High Ridge  1,230.00
1.020.00—Hillcrest       950.00
1,140.00—Hillier, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Hillier, 2nd Div     895.00
960.00—Holberg      895.00
960.00—Hornby Island     895.00
1,020.00—Horse Creek     950.00
1,140.00—Hosmer   1.060.00
1,080.00—Hubert  1,005.00
1,320.00—Hudson Hope  1,230.00
1,080.00—Hulatt   1,005.00
1,020.00—Hupel         950.00
1,020.00—Hurlingham      950.00
1,080.00—Huscroft   1,005.00
1,080.00—Hutton     1,005.00
960.00—Ingram Mountain     895.00
1,020.00—Inonoaklin ATalley      950.00
1,000.00—Irvine's Landing     930.00
900.00—Isabella Point      840.00
1,080.00—Isle Pierre   1,005.00
1,020.00—Jackson Bay       950.00
1,050.00—Jaffray       975.00
1,260.00—James Island, Principal  1,170.00
1,080.00—James Island, 2nd Div  1,005.00
960.00—James Island, 3rd Div      895.00
1,000.00—Jervis Inlet       930.00
1,020.00—Joe Rich A'alley       950.00
1,050.00—Johnson's Landing      975.00
1,020.00—Juliet       950.00
1,020.00—Jura      950.00
980.00—Kaleden         895.00
1,020.00—Kaleva     950.00
900.00—Keefers       840.00
060.00—Kelly Creek      805.00
1,320.00—Kelly Lake   1,230.00
1,020.00—Kelowna, South      950.00
1,080.00—Kettle Valley  1,005.00
1,080.00—Kidd  1,005.00
960.00—Kildonan      895.00
1,020.00—Killarney        950.00
1,360.00—Kimberley; High, Principal.... 1,265.00
$1,200,
1,200,
1,200,
1,360.
1,080,
1,000.
1,000.
1,000.
960.
960.
960.
960.
960,
960,
960,
960
960,
960,
1,080.
960.
1,050.
960.
1,020.
1,020.
1,020.
1,000.
1,100.
1,100.
960.
1,080.
960.
960.
1,200.
1,020,
960.
1,080
1,080.
960.
1,320.
960.
1,050.
1,050.
960.
1,080.
1,080.
1,0S0.
00—Kimberley, High, 2nd Div $1,115.00
.00—Kimberley, High, 3rd Div  1,115.00
.00—Kimberley, High, 4th Div  1,115.00
00—Kimberley, Principal  1,265.00
,00—Kimberley, 1st Div  1,005.00
00—Kimberley, 2nd Div     930.00
00—Kimberley, 3rd Div     930.00
00—Kimberley, 4th Div     930.00
00—Kimberley, 5th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 6th Div      895.00
00—Kimberley, 7th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 8th Div      895.00
.00—Kimberley, 9th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 10th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 11th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 12th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 13th Div     895.00
00—Kimberley, 14th Div     895.00
.00—Kimberley, 15th Div. (Chapman Camp, Principal)  1,005.00
.00—Kimberley, 16th Div.  (Chapman Camp, 2nd Div.)      895.00
.00—Kimberley, 17th Div.  (Sullivan Hill)       975.00
.00—Kimberley, 18th Div     895.00
,00—Kingcome Inlet     950.00
,00—Kingfisher        950.00
00—Kingsgate      950.00
00—Kinnaird      930.00
.00—Kispiox   1,025.00
00—Kitchener, Principal   1,060.00
.00—Kitchener, 2nd Div      895.00
00—Kitwanga  1,005.00
00—Kleindale       895.00
00—Knutsford         895.00
00—Krestova   1,115.00
00—Kyuquot        950,00
00—Lake Buntzen       895.00
,00—Lakelse Valley   1,005.00
00—Lakes District  1,005.00
00—Lakeshaw      895.00
00—Landry     1,230.00
00—Lang Bay      895.00
00—Larchwood      975.00
00—Lardeau       975.00
00—Lear      895.00
00—Lee   1,005.00
00—Lewis Island   1,005.00
00—Lily Lake   1,005.00 Y 120
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
DETAILED    STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 71—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
$1,080.00—Lilypad $1,005.00
1,020.00—Little Fort     950.00
1,080.00—Lone Butte  1,005.00
 —Lone Prairie   1,230.00
1,020.00—Longbeach       950.00
1,080.00—Longworth   1,005.00
1,080.00—Longworth,  South - -.  1,005.00
1,080.00—Loos   1,005.00
1,020.00—Lome Mine      950.00
960.00—Louis Creek, Upper       895.00
1,020.00—Lund        950.00
960.00—Lytton, North       895.00
1,020.00—Mabel Lake       950.00
1,020.00—Magna Bay       950.00
900.00—Malahat Station       840.00
1,260.00—Malcolm Island, Principal.... 1,170.00
1,080.00—Malcolm Island, 2nd Div  1,005.00
060.00—Malcolm Island, 3rd Div      805.00
000.00—Mamette Lake      840.00
1,0S0.00—Mapes    1,005.00
060.00—Maple Grove       895.00
1,080.00—Marten Lake   1,005.00
1,100.00—Masset  1,025.00
960.00—Maurelle Island       895.00
1,140.00—Mayo, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Mayo, 2nd Div      895.00
1,050.00—Mayook       075.00
1,000.00—Meadowbrook         930.00
1,020.00—Meadow Creek      950.00
1.0S0.00—Meadowdale  1,005.00
1,020.00—Meadow Spur      950.00
1,020.00—Meadow Valley       950.00
1,020.00—Medora Creek       950.00
1,140.00—Meldrum Creek   1,060.00
1,080.00—Menzinger Creek :. 1,005.00
1,080.00—Milburn Lake   1,005.00
1,140.00—Minto, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Minto, 2nd Div     895.00
1,140.00—Miocene  1,060.00
1,000.00—Mirror Lake     930.00
L020.00—Mitchell Bay      950.00
1,020.00—Moberly      950.00
1,020.00—Mohun Lake     950.00
960.00—Monte Lake      895.00
1,320.00—Montney   1,230.00
1,050.00—Morrissey Mines      975.00
1,020.00—Mountain Ridge      950.00
1,080.00—Mountain View  1,005.00
960.00—Mount Ingersoll       895.00
$960.00—Mount McPherson     $895.00
1,050.00—Moyase        975.00
1,050.00—Moyie I     975.00
1,080.00—Mud River   1,005.00
1,050.00—Myncaster         975.00
1,080.00—Macalister     1,005.00
960.00—MeConnell Creek      895.00
960.00—McGuigan      895.00
900.00—McLure      840.00
1,020.00—McMurdo        950.00
1,080.00—Nadina River   1,005.00
1,260.00—Nanaimo Bay, Principal   1,170.00
1,080.00—Nanaimo Bay, 2nd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Nanaimo Bay, 3rd Div      895.00
960.00—Needles       895.00
1,050.00—Newgate      975.00
1,080.00—Newlands   1,005.00
L0S0.00—Newlands, North   1,005.00
1,080.00—Nithi River  1,005.00
960.00—Nixon Creek      895.00
1,080.00—Noosatsum   1,005.00
1,260.00—North Bend, High   1,170.00
1,140.00—North Bend, Principal  1,060.00
960.00—North Bend, 2nd Div      895.00
1,140.00—Northfield, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Northfield, 2nd Div     895.00
1,050.00—Norwegian Creek       975.00
960.00—Okanagan Falls, Principal.... 1,060.00
 —Okanagan Falls, 2nd Div      895.00
960.00—Okeover Arm       895.00
960.00—Olalla      895.00
1,320.00—Oliver, High    1,230.00
1,200.00—Oliver, Principal  1,230.00
1,080.00—Oliver, 2nd Div  1,115.00
960.00—Oliver, 3rd Div  1,005.00
900.00—Oliver, 4th Div     895.00
960.00—Olsen Lake      805.00
1,080.00—Omineca    1,005.00
1,020.00—One Mile Creek     050.00
1,100.00—Oona River   1,025.00
1,080.00—Orange Valley  1,005.00
960.00—Osoyoos       895.00
1,200.00—Outlook   1,115.00
1,020.00—Owen Bay     950.00
1,140.00—Oyster, North, Principal  1,060.00
960.00—Oyster, North, 2nd Div      895.00
000.00—Oyster River       840.00
1,020.00—Pachelqua        950.00
1,0S0.00—Pacific   1,005.00 ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
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DETAILED    STATEMENT OF ATOTE No. 71—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary,
1931-32.
School,
Salary,
1932-33.
$1,080.00—Palling    $1,005.00
960.00—Palmer's Camp       895.00
1,320.00—Park Land   1,230.00
1,020.00—Park's Siding      950.00
1,080.00—Parson  1,005.00
1,200.00—Pass Creek   1,115.00
1,020.00—Passmore        950.00
960.00—Pavilion     895.00
1,320.00—Peace View  1,230.00
960.00—Pemberton        895.00
960.00—Pemberton Meadows       895.00
900.00—Pemberton Range     840.00
1,000.00—Pender Harbour      930.00
900.00—Pender Island, South      840.00
1,080.00—Penny  1,005.00
1,080.00—Perow   ,  1,005.00
1,080.00—Perry Siding   1,005.00
" 1,020.00—Pinantan      950.00
960.00—Pine       895.00
1,320.00—Pine, North   1,230.00
1,320.00—Pine, Upper   1,230.00
1,320.00—Pine View  1,230.00
1,020.00—Pioneer Mine      950.00
1,000.00—Pitt Lake      930.00
1,020.00—Popcum       950.00
1,200.00—Port Alice, Principal   1,115.00
1,000.00—Port Alice, 2nd Div      930.00
1,140.00—Port Clements   1,060.00
980.00—Port Hardy      895.00
060.00—Port Renfrew       895.00
1,320.00—Pouce Coupe, Central   1,230.00
1,320.00—Pouce Coupe, East   1,230.00
1,080.00—Prairiedale  1,005.00
1,200.00—Premier  :  1,115.00
1,140.00—Procter, Principal  1,080.00
960.00—Procter, 2nd Div      895.00
1,320.00—Progress    1,230.00
1,360.00—Qualicum Beach, High, Principal     1,265.00
1,200.00—Qualicum  Beach,  High,  2nd
Div  1,115.00
1,140.00—Qualicum Beach, Principal... 1,080.00
960.00—Qualicum Beach, 2nd Div      895.00
1,140.00—Quatsino, Principal   1,060.00
960.00—Quatsino, 2nd Div     895.00
1,140.00—Queen Charlotte, Principal.... 1,060.00
1,080.00—Queen Charlotte, 2nd Div  1,005.00
1,000.00—Queen's Bay     930.00
1,080.00—Quesnel, West   1,005.00
$1,080.00—Quick  $1,005.00
1,020.00—Radium Hot Springs     950.00
960.00—Raven Creek       895.00
960.00—Read Island     895.00
960.00—Red Gap       895.00
1,080.00—Reid Lake  1,005.00
1,020.00—Reiswig       950.00
1,080.00—Remo   1,005.00
1,080.00—Renata     1,005.00
960.00—Rendezvous         895.00
1,050.00—Retallack         975.00
900.00—Retreat Cove      840.00
1,020.00—Rhone         950.00
1,020.00—Riondel       950.00
1,320.00—Riverside     1,230.00
960.00—Roberts Creek, East      895.00
960.00—Robin's Range       895.00
1,020.00—Robson        950.00
1,020.00—Rock Bay  ,     950.00
1,140.00—Rock Creek   1,060.00
1,050.00—Rock Mountain       975.00
1,100.00—Roe Lake   1,025.00
1,500.00—Rolla, Principal    1,395.00
1,300.00—Rolla, 2nd  Div  1,210.00
1,200.00—Rolla, 3rd Div.   1,115.00
1,320.00—Rolla,  North   1,230.00
1,050.00—Roosville        975.00
1,020.00—Rosebery         950.00
1,140.00—Rose Lake   1,080.00
1,320.00—Rose Prairie   1,230.00
1,080.00—Round  Lake    1,005.00
960.00—Round Top       895.00
1,020.00—Roy         950.00
060.00—Saint Elmo        805.00
900.00—Saint Georges       895.00
1,020.00—Salmon Bench      950.00
1,080.00—Salmon River .:  1,005.00
960.00—Salmon  Aralley        895.00
1,140.00—Sand Creek, Big, Principal... 1,060.00
960.00—Sand Creek, Big, 2nd Div      895.00
1,140.00—Sandspit   1,060.00
900.00—Saturna Island       840.00
900.00—Savona Road      840.00
1,020.00—Sayward, Upper      950.00
960.00—Seaford      895.00
1,080.00—Sealey Lake   1,005.00
960.00—Seton Lake Creek      895.00
1,020.00—Seymour Arm      950.00
1,320.00— Shearer Dale   1,230.00 Y 122
ESTIMATES   (1932-33).
DETAILED    STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 71—Continued,
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
$1,080.00—Shelley    $1,005.00
1,080.00—Sheraton   1,005.00
1,080.00—Sheridan Lake   1,005.00
900.00—Shirley     840.00
1,140.00—Shoreacres, Principal   1,060.00
1,020.00—Shoreacres, 2nd Div  950.00
1,020.00—Shuswap Falls   950.00
1,020.00—Shutty Bench   950.00
1,020.00—Sicamous     950.00
1,260.00—Silverton, Principal   1,170.00
1,080.00—Silverton, 2nd Div  1,005.00
060.00—Silverton, 3rd Div  805.00
060.00—Simoom Sound   805.00
1,100.00—Simpson     1,025.00
1,100.00—Sirdar    1,025.00
1,080.00—Sister's Creek   1,005.00
1,100.00—Skidegate   1,025.00
1,080.00—Slocan Park, Principal   1,060.00
 .—Slocan Park, 2nd Div  805.00
1,080.00—Snowshoe   1,005.00
1,080.00—Soda Creek  1,005.00
1,200.00—Solarium, Principal   1,115.00
030.00—Solarium, 2nd Div  895.00
1.020.00—Solsqua   950.00
900.00—Sooke, North   840.00
960.00—Sorenson   895.00
1,080.00—Southbank    1.005.00
1,020.00—Springbend   950.00
1,320.00—Springhill   1,230.00
1,140.00—Springhouse   1,060.00
1,020.00—Sproat Lake  950.00
1,020.00—Squam Bay   950.00
960.00—Squirrel Cove   895.00
1,080.00—Stone Creek   1,005.00
1,080.00—Strathnaver   1,005.00
1,140.00—Streatham     1,060.00
1,020.00—Stuart Island   950.00
1,080.00—Stuart River   1,005.00
1,020.00—Sugar. Lake   950.00
960.00—Sullivan Valley  895.00
960.00—Sunnybrae    895.00
1,320.00—Sunnybrook   1.230.00
1,080.00—Sunnyside Cannery   1,005.00
960.00—Sunnyside No. 2   895.00
1,320.00—Sunrise   1,230.00
1,320.00—Sunrise Valley   1,230.00
1,320.00—Sunset Prairie  1,230.00
960.00—Surge Narrows   895.00
1,320.00—Swan Lake  1,230.00
$1,320.00—Swan Lake, North  $1,230.00
1,320.00—Sweetwater    1,230.00
1,100.00—Swift Creek   1,025.00
1,080.00—Sylvan Glade  1,005.00
1,080.00—Tabor Creek  1,005.00
1,080.00—Taghum  1,005.00
960.00—Tappen Aralley       895.00
1,080.00—Tatalrose    1,005.00
1,140.00—Tatla Lake   1,060.00
1,140.00—Tatlayoko   1,080.00
1,320.00—Taylor's Flats   1,230.00
1,080.00—Tchesinkut Lake  1,005.00
1,320.00—Telegraph Creek   1,230.00
1,080.00—Ten Mile Lake  1,005.00
960.00—Testalinda Creek      895.00
1,080.00—Thompson   1,005.00
1,080.00—Three Forks   1,005.00,
960.00—Three Valley      895.00*
1,200.00—Thrums, Principal   1,115.00
1,080.00—Thrums, 2nd Div  1,005.00
1,020.00—Thurlow       950.00
1,020.00—Thurston Bay       950.00
1,080.00—Tintagel  1,005.00
1,140.00—Tofino, Principal  1,060.00
960.00—Tofino, 2nd Div      895.00
1,080.00—Topley   1,005.00
1,080.00—Tranquille     1,005.00
1,320.00—Transpine   1,230.00
1,020.00—Trinity Creek       950.00
1,020.00—Trinity A'alley       950.00
1,500.00—Tsolum, High, Principal  1,395.00
1,200.00—Tsolum, High, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,320.00—Tsolum, 1st. Div  1,230.00
1,200.00—Tsolum, 2nd Div  1,115.00
1,080.00—Tsolum, 3rd Div  1,005.00
960.00—Tsolum, 4th Div      895.00
960.00—Tsolum, 5th Div     895.00
960.00—Tsolum, 6th Div     895.00
960.00—Tulameen       805.00
1,320.00—Tupper Creek   1,230.00
1,020.00—Turtle ATalley     950.00
1,320.00—Tuscolla Mountain   1,230.00
1,020.00—Twelve Mile Ferry     950.00
1,140.00—Ucluelet, Principal  1,060.00
960.00—Ucluelet, 2nd Div     895.00
960.00—Ucluelet, East     895.00
1,080.00—Uncha Valley  1,005.00
900.00—Underwood      840.00
1,260.00—Union Bay, Principal   1,060.00 ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Y 123
DETAILED    STATEMENT OF VOTE No. 71—Continued.
Salaries of Teachers in Assisted Schools—Continued.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
Salary,
1931-32.
School.
Salary,
1932-33.
1,020
1,020
1,020
960
1,080
1,080
1,080
1,100
1,140
960
900
1,0S0
1,380,
1,200
1,080
960
960
1,020
1,260
1,0S0
060
060
960
00—Union Bay, 2nd Div    $895.00
,00—Valdes Island       950.00
.00—Vallican         950.00
00—Aravenby      950.00
00—Vinsulla        895.00
00—Walcott   1,005.00
00—Waldo   1,005.00
00—Walhachin   1,005.00
.00—AVatch Lake  1,025.00
.00—AVaterloo, Principal   1,060.00
00—Waterloo, 2nd Div      895.00
00—AVatmore      840.00
00—Webber Lake  1,005.00
00—AVellington, South, Principal 1,285.00
.00—AA^ellington, South, 2nd Div... 1,115.00
.00—AVellington, South, 3rd Div... 1,005.00
00—AVellington, South, 4th Div...    895.00
00—AVestbank       895.00
00—Westbridge     950.00
00—AVestview, Principal   1,285.00
00—AVestview, 2nd Div  1,115.00
00—AVestview, 3rd Div  1,005.00
00—AVestview, 4th Div      895.00
00—AA'estview, 5th Div      895.00
1,020,
1,140
960
960
1,320
1,080.
1,080
1,080.
1,320,
1,020.
1,020
1,140
960
1,140
1,320,
1,200
1,080,
960
1,080,
1,080
1,080
980,
900
00—Whaletown     $895.00
.00—White Lake      950.00
.00—AVildwood, Principal   1,170.00
.00—AVildwood, 2nd Div  1,005.00
.00—AVildwood, 3rd Div     895.00
.00—Willow Brook   1,230.00
,00—AVlllowford  1,005.00
.00—AVillow River  1,005.00
.00—AVillowvale   1,005.00
.00—AVillow Valley   1,230.00
00—Wilmer        950.00
.00—Windermere        950.00
00—AVinlaw, Principal   1,060.00
.00—AVinlaw, 2nd Div      895.00
.00—Wistaria   1,060.00
.00—Woodfibre, Principal   1,230.00
.OO^AVoodfibre, 2nd Div  1,115.00
00—AVoodfibre, 3rd Div  1,005.00
.00—AVoodfibre, 4th Div      895.00
00—Woodmere   .-  1,005.00
00—AVoodpecker   1,005.00
00—AVycliffe     1,005.00
00—Yale       895.00
00—Yount      840.00  1981-1932
SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31ST, 1932
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants, Fiscal
Year, 1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
$17,362.00
23,228.00
51,932.00
27,500.00
7,519.00
13,460.00
638,561.00
26,000.00
25,000.00
35,000.00
1,200.00
7,284.00
1,845,260.00
755,000.00
47,000.00
26,000.00
3,750.00
750.00
11,360.00
607,223.00
7.000.00
PREMIER'S OFFICE.
3. Office supplies, etc.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
14. Live Stock Branch—Casual labour and other expenses $3,500.00
15. District Agriculturists—Office supplies, etc  2,500.00
40. Bounties on and Extermination of Noxious Animals
—Expenses, etc  3,500.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
49 (6). Insurance Office—Office supplies, etc  $350.00
49 (c). Security Frauds Prevention Office—Investigations 6,700.00
58. Provincial Police;—Salaries and expenses   25,000.00
62. Summoning and Paying AVitnesses   1,500.00
62. Grand and Petit Jurors   6,000.00
62. Prosecutions (Counsel fees, etc.)   12,500.00
62. Contingencies arising out of Prosecutions   2,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
70 (b). Correspondence    Courses—Elementary    Schools:
Salaries and expenses          $750.00
75 (a). Per Capita Grants—Cities and Municipalities      100,000.00
76. Teachers' Salaries—Assisted schools       27,000.00
81. Examination of Teachers and High  School
Entrance Classes   $1,950.00
Less fees      1,940.00
83.
Summer Schools      $800.00
Less fees        790.00
10.00
10.00
$350.00
9,500.00
54,050.00
127,770.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
90. Inspector of Trust Companies—Temporary assistance
and expenses           $750.00
94. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Salaries and
expenses          5,000.00
99. Incidentals and Contingencies  150.00
104 (a). Deferred Charges outstanding on Crown Lands in
Coquitlam Drainage No. 1       11,325.92
17,225.92
Carried forward       $208,895.92 Y 128
ESTIMATES  (1931-32).
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants, Fiscal
Year, 1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
34,172.00
75,585.00
6,712.00
100,000.00
4,000.00
100,000.00
200,939.00
52,100.00
Brought forward       $208,895.92
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
133 (&). Commission   on   Sale   of   Reverted   Lands   in   Peace   River
District   404.18
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
148. Postal Branch—Stamps   $6,000.00
157. Administration of " Infants Act "—Salaries   65.00
162. Government House—Expenses   250.00
165. In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick   25,000.00
167. Burial of Indigent Persons   2,000.00
171. Assessment on Class 13   (The Crown), " Workmen's
Compensation Act "   25,000.00
177 (a). Unemployment Relief—Public health   15,000.00
73,315.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AVORKS.
184. Maintenance, Repairs to Government Buildings, and
Rental of Offices (except Parliament Buildings and
Government House)       $13,000.00
186 (6). Matsqui   Dyking   District—Grant  re   river-bank
protection            3,500.00
186 (c). Dewdney   Dyking   Commission—Grant   towards
pumping charges         2,500.00
186 (d). Municipality of Kent—Grant re river-bank protection         4,000.00
188 (e). Dr. J. T. Atkinson—Compensation re automobile
accident          2,000.00
186 (/). Subsidy for Operation of Ladner-AVoodward Ferry        4,287.67
29,287.67
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS.
188. Fraser  River  Bridge,  New  AATestminster—xVdjusting  swing-span
and reporting on conditions of the steel superstructure  2,750.00
$314,652.77 1930-1931
SCHEDULE A.
SUMS GRANTED TO HIS MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31st, 1931, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURES.
SERVICE. Amount.
Legislation :
Legislation  $1,727.93
Premier's Office:
Premier's Office   567.48
Department of Agriculture:
Statistics  :  35.07
District Agriculturists  661.51
Veterinary Branch    417.39
Women's Institutes   299.20
Compensation re Foul-brood in Bees, etc  175.00
Gopher Extermination, etc  21.30
Services hitherto paid by Dominion Government under " Agricultural Instruction Act " 143.19
Boys' and Girls' Clubs  .42
Extermination of Noxious Animals  .■  5,599.23
Incidentals and Contingencies   262.65
Department of the Attorney-General:
General Office   502.39
Supreme and County Courts   1,009.31
Provincial Police   3,636.12
County Gaols   021.00
Administration of Justice   4,805.48
Department of Education :
Correspondence Courses   453.87
Teachers' Salaries   2,101.10
Department of Finance :
General Office   1,150.42
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets Branch, London, England.... 7,574.16
Government Agents and Assessors, etc...  -:  8,722.57
Exchange   87.71
Printing Public Accounts, etc  2,623.38
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits   6,244.64
Appraisal and Classification of Reverted Lands  277.64
Department of Labour :
Employment Service   140.04
Department of Lands :
Water Surveys   378.61
Lands Surveys   8,781.32
Department op the Provincial Secretary :
General Office  - -  157.10
Provincial Board of Health   3,500.01
Provincial Library and Archives  91.44
Department of Public Works :
Minister's Office   26.69
Administration   946.05
Steam-boiler Inspection  :  1,500.17
Total   $65,650.58
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1932.

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