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REPORT OF THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1931-32 British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1933

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 EEPORT
OF   THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAR 1931-32
■PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1932. To His Honour John William Fordham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department for the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1932, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
R. W. BRUHN,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
December 20th, 1932. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OP THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 4th, 1932.
Hon. R. W. Bruhn,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit my report for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1932.
GENERAL.
It is gratifying to be able to report a successful year's progress in the face of extremely
discouraging conditions; such a result could not have been achieved without the whole-hearted
support of all officials of the Department.
Among its numerous activities, the Department of Public Works performs two most important functions, the maintenance and the construction or betterment of highways and bridges;
to these duties has, of necessity, been added the responsibility of providing work for, and in
many cases caring for, many thousands of men who have been thrown out of their normal
employment; new and perplexing difficulties have naturally arisen in dealing with this abnormal
situation; one by one the necessary adjustments were made and difficulties, which sometimes
seemed almost insurmountable, were met and overcome; the essential public services which this
Department provides were, however, in no way reduced or neglected.
From the point of view of economy, at no time during the past decade have conditions been
more favourable for construction-work; labour, both skilled and inexperienced, was of course
abundant; the cost of commodities had dropped; the use of modern road-making machinery
greatly facilitates the work; moreover, there is a marked disposition on the part of labour
towards increasing the output. I am of opinion that the work done this year has been very
economically carried out and that the public has received a very good return for the money
expended;   the benefit of the work to those who received employment was inestimable.
MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES.
Funds provided for this work come from Revenue Account and under this heading is
included minor betterments, not properly a charge to capital. The expenditures made for
maintenance are shown in detail in the financial section of this report.
Notwithstanding somewhat reduced appropriations, the high standard of maintenance which
has been attained during the past few years was not lowered; it is interesting to note that, on
the average, maintenance of our roads and bridges is costing no more to-day than it cost ten
years ago, despite an increased road mileage and a very greatly increased volume of traffic
which moves at higher rates of speed and which is of a much heavier character than formerly.
This satisfactory condition is not entirely explained by the development and use of modern
road machinery; in my opinion the Province to-day is reaping the benefit of capital expenditures
wisely made in drainage, surfacing, and other fundamental betterments and in scientific and
improved construction methods. Of almost equal importance is the better control of heavy
hauling and the education of truck-owners, •with the object of preventing needless damage by
selfish and ruthless operators. Further, there is little doubt that the modern truck, with proper
suspension, multiple axles, and dual wheels, causes less damage, weight for weight, than older
models which are gradually disappearing from the road.
Under reduced appropriations many of the older bridges which normally would have been
renewed were repaired or reinforced, but the cost of these repairs in no case was greater than
the interest on the capital cost of new structures for the period during which the repaired
structures were estimated to last; should it become necessary, however, under such a policy to
restrict traffic, this procedure would not be truly economical.
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT.
Taking the year as a whole, the total mileage of work completed under this heading showed
some reduction as compared with the three preceding years, although in some respects the
activities of the Department were remarkable.    In the apportionment of the somewhat limited M 4 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
funds available, the paramount need of creating the maximum volume of suitable employment,
in return for useful and needed work, was the most influential factor, and it was indeed fortunate that so much useful work was available on the various projects which form a part of the
carefully planned highway programme of this Province.
During the earlier months of the year, work continued as a relief measure on projects under
existing agreements with the Dominion Government made under the " Unemployment Relief Act,
1930 " ; the time of completion of works under the Act was extended generally to May 31st
and further extended in special cases. In June, July, and part of August, some work was
continued from ordinary loan appropriations, pending further assistance from the Dominion
Government under the " Unemployment and Farm Relief Act, 1931," which came into operation,
as far as British Columbia was concerned, on August 19th of that year.
Arising out of the negotiations between the Dominion and the Province was the decision
that as many as possible of the destitute single men should be provided with employment on
Provincial highways, and, as a means to this end, the erection of camps, in small units capable
of housing from fifty to one hundred men each, was decided upon; in a remarkably short space
of time camps were erected at points where they would be best situated for the furtherance of
necessary construction or reconstruction work on trunk and selected main highways. In constructing these camps, the work alone provided employment for 3,000 men; a large volume of
secondary employment was also created in supplying lumber, materials, and equipment.
Following the approval of the Dominion Government to the various Provincial works under
the new agreement, work was opened up and nearly 21,000 men were employed at one time on
various Provincial highways, widely distributed throughout the Province; the scale of allowance
was $2 per day for ordinary labour, with 80 cents per day in addition for men with dependents,
payable to the dependent, and it is with pleasure that I record that the work performed by these
men was remarkably efficient and that they gave full measure for what they received; they
deserve praise for the excellent work carried out.
On November 1st instructions were received to close down the work; not only was the
weather becoming unsettled, but, also the great number of men applying for relief was an indication that to continue the programme would prove too great a strain on the resources of the
Province; during the balance of the fiscal year work was continued on a direct-relief basis,
the men in camps receiving food, shelter, medical attention, necessary clothing, and a cash
allowance of $7.50 per month in return for 120 hours' labour per man; outside of the camps
the men were required to work out, on the roads, the relief granted to them.
The expenditures from capital and from relief funds are given in the financial section of
this report; a brief description of the major work carried out during the year is given towards
the end of this narrative.
BRIDGES—CONSTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION.
Mr. A. L. Carruthers, Bridge Engineer, reported that, in spite of some adverse conditions,
a fairly satisfactory year's work was done. The men employed showing commendable willingness to increase the daily output; cost of material and labour was less; the quality of the
designs, the material, and the workmanship was considerably improved, so that the total accomplishment for the money expended compares very favourably with other years.
Accompanying this report is a list of the more important bridges constructed or reconstructed during the year; not all of these were necessarily completed by March 31st; in the
financial section of this report will be found details of all capital expenditures on bridges; it is
unnecessary to refer in detail to more than a few of the numerous structures on which work was
carried out.
Special reference should be made to the concrete and steel bridge at Ashcroft over the
Thompson River, this being a modern type of structure 780 feet in length, the roadway being
18 feet wide, also of concrete. The main spans consist of one truss 280 feet long and two trusses
160 feet long. This is the fourth structure to be built on this site, the first having been built
in the year 1885.
Of the major timber structures, the bridges over the Nechako River, near Prince George,
and over the Columbia River at Goldstream on the Big Bend Highway, were of creosoted timber
with concrete piers.
The renewal of two bridges, one crossing the Nicomekl River on the Pacific Highway and
one crossing the  Chilliwack River  on  the Trans-Canada Highway,  presented  an  interesting REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
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problem; the highways are paved and carry a heavy volume of traffic; to avoid the expense of
concrete and steel structures, creosoted pile trestles with concrete floors were constructed at a
cost of less than one-half that of permanent bridges and with an estimated useful life of thirty-
five years; the rapidity with which it was possible to build those bridges resulted in a minimum
of inconvenience to the travelling public, and it is felt that this departure from our usual
practice gives promise of being the best solution for cases of this nature when funds are limited.
On account of the Corra Lynn Development of the West Kootenay Power Company, it
became necessary for the company to raise the steel bridge at Taghum 7 feet: the work was
successfully executed under supervision of this Department.
In keeping with the established policy, a number of old bridges were replaced with culverts
and fills.
Damage and repairs due to floods, ice, and fire were below the average; on the other hand,
the repairs, consequent to excessive loads on vehicles, continued to increase.
FERRIES.
No new ferries were established under the " Ferries Act." The new Gabriola Island Ferry,
referred to in the last Annual Report, commenced operation in the month of August. The
C.P.R. wharf at Nanaimo is utilized as a landing; on Gabriola Island a landing was obtained
by our taking over and rebuilding the Dominion Government wharf.
The new ferry-boat for the Agassiz-Rosedale trip was placed in service during the month
of May, the capacity being thirty automobiles; a much-improved service, as a result of the
increased power available, was maintained almost continuously.
The newly located landing on the south side of the Ladner—Woodward Ferry was completed
and, by reason of the ndw shortened distance, the ferry service is greatly improved.
Following the opening of the new Kuskonook-Gray Creek link of the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway on the west side of Kootenay Lake, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's steamer " Nasookin " was placed in ferry service on April 15th, 1931, making three round
trips daily between Gray Creek and Fraser's Landing; the ferry is operated under a rental
agreement, the Railway Company supplying the crew, except the purser, who is employed by
the Government. The distance covered is approximately 25 miles; 8,938 motor-vehicles were
carried during the fiscal year.
A new cable-ferry was installed on the Needles-Fauquier route, replacing the old launch
and float. At Arrow Park a three-car barge, operated by a launch, was constructed; this
replaced a log float.
At High Bar a new 5-ton standard pontoon equipment and new cable were provided. The
Finmoore Ferry was moved to a new site and new towers were built; an approach, 190 feet in
length, was built out into the river at Braeside.
A list of ferries, with details of traffic carried, is attached; it will be noted that over
1,000.000 passengers were carried during the year, exclusive of the ferries operated under
subsidy.
FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACTS.
The details of the agreement entered into with the Dominion Government under the
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1931," are fully dealt with in the Report of the Minister of Labour
for the year ended December 31st, 1931.    Works were provided for as follows:—
" Unemployment and Farm Relief Act, 1931" ( Summary of
Agreements entered into for Works).
(Period, August 19th, 1931, to May 1st, 1932 (with certain extensions).)
Authority carrying out the
Works.
Dominion
Government
Share.
Provincial
Government
Share.
Total Value of
Works (Labour
and Materials).
$1,623,000.00
1,374,083.50
$1,625,000.00
489,047.30
$3,250,000.00
$885,038.20
2,740,971.00
Totals	
$2,099,985.50
$2,114,947.30
$885,038.20
$5,099,971.00
* Works inspected by Public Works Department. M 6
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
In continuance of the figures contained in my report for the fiscal year 1930-31, the following tabulation with regard to the " Unemployment Relief Act, 1930," is given :—
"Unemployment Relief Act, 1930"  (Amounts actually expended).
(Period, October 14th, 1930, -to May 31st, 1931 (with certain extensions).)
Authority carrying out the
Works.
Amount paid
by Dominion
Government.
Amount paid
by Provincial
Government.
Amount paid
by Municipalities.*
Total Cost.
Provincial Government—
$509,462.60
$512,443.54
98,919.60
579,984.69
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$1,120, S25.74
Municipalities!	
579,984.69
$1,150,969.38
2,310,038.76*
Totals	
$1,089,447.29
$1,191,347.83
$1,150,969.38
$3,440,764.50
* Exclusive of materials purchased by municipalities.
t Work inspected by Public Works Department.
The following volume of employment was created under both Relief Acts during the fiscal
year 1931-32 only:- usOAet. 1931 Act,
Locality. Fiscal Year Fiscal Year
1931-32 only. 1931-32 only.
Man-days. Man-hours.
Provincial works        70,975 4,715,524
Municipal works      196,948 3,846,241
Totals     267,923 8,561,765
CONTRACTS.
Full details of tenders received and contracts awarded are given elsewhere in this report.
It is not surprising that there is a reduction in the amount of road-work done by contract
during the year owing to the fact that so much work was done on a relief basis.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
In continuation of the Government's policy to assume complete responsibility for the more
important highways passing through municipalities, an additional 16 miles of highway was
classified as arterial during the year, making a total of 289 miles so classified at March 31st,
1932.
A complete list of classified highways to date accompanies this report; all changes in
classification and new classifications were published in the B.C. Gazette.
LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS.
Some minor amendments to the " Highway Act" were assented to during the 1932 session
of the Provincial Legislature; provision was made for prohibiting parking by regulation; also
for requiring warning signs or lights to be placed in defined cases; e.g., when a car is wrecked
or being repaired on a highway. It was enacted that red reflectors on bicycles shall be of a
make or design approved by the Commissioner of Provincial Police.
No amendments to the regulations were necessary; some additional regulations, local in
their application, were approved, restricting the parking of vehicles.
COMMON CARRIERS.
In dealing with numerous applications and other matters arising out of administration of
Part V. of the " Highway Act," the Department has the valuable assistance of an Advisory
Committee whose members, acting voluntarily and without remuneration of any kind, have
given, during the year, much of their valuable time and experience in advising the Department
with regard to all applications for public-vehicle licences and matters connected therewith. The
members of the Committee are Mr. W. F. McClintock, Chairman, and Messrs. Elmer Johnston
and Hugh Dalton.
Largely as a result of this arrangement, the administration of this part of the Act and the
regulations pertaining to common carriers has become less burdensome and perplexing. REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. M 7
The detail work is carried out by the Traffic Superintendent, an official of the Department,
who is greatly aided by the assistance and close co-operation he receives from the Provincial
Police, whose services in the mechanical inspection of passenger-vehicles and in making investigations and reports on many matters connected with the licensing of common carriers and the
control of traffic are invaluable.
It is gratifying that no accidents involving the death of any persons travelling as passengers
in licensed public vehicles were recorded during the year, during which time 574 mechanical
inspections and 260 investigations were made by the Provincial Police or by this Department;
only one prosecution was necessary.
Licence fees collected during the year were as follows:—
Licence-plate fees       $912.00
Passenger-licence fees       8,606.92
Freight-licence fees        3,769.60
Total  $13,288.52
TRAFFIC.
A traffic census of one week's duration was taken simultaneously throughout the Province
at the usual control points during the month of July, 1931. In previous years the census was
spread over several months, a factor which must be taken into consideration in making comparisons. In general, however, it was noted that Provincial traffic was either increased or well
maintained, but that there was some decrease in foreign traffic, except on the Cariboo Road,
where there was a substantial increase in five months and a decrease in one month as compared
with the year 1930.
MACHINERY AND PLANT.
An inventory and valuation is attached to this report. Rentals credited to the Equipment
Fund during the year amounted to $458,983.24, bringing the total so credited since inception of
the fund in April, 1927, to $1,569,025.23.
At Cloverdale a new machinery-shed and warehouse was constructed and the existing
building was remodelled. These sheds are now equipped to carry out all repairs to equipment
in Engineering District No. 2 at a considerable saving in cost.
Equipment-sheds were built at Lillooet, Quesnel, Vanderhoof, Golden, Nanaimo, and Alberni;
warehouses and machinery-sheds were erected at Port Coquitlam and Hatzic Prairie; the old
barns at Lillooet and Clinton were remodelled to serve as repair-shops, etc.; the warehouses
at Williams Lake, damaged by fire, were rebuilt. A warehouse and garage were built at
Penticton. In the Saanich District an office and standard shed were erected, known as the
Burnside office.    A garage was built at Merritt.
SURFACING.
A detailed account of the expenditures made on bituminous surfacing, with names of roads
on which the work was done, is to be found in the financial section of this report; there is also
a summary of the mileage of work done under the various classifications.
The mileage of new bituminous carpet coat was extended by over 32 miles, all of which
was in Engineering District No. 1.
Bituminous mulch surfaces were laid to the extent of over 36 miles; all of the work was
premixed, with the exception of 0.8 mile in Delta District, where, owing to the somewhat
unstable nature of the base, the road-mix process was adopted. It is considered that the
premix is more satisfactory than road-mix, inasmuch as quantities in the mix can be more
accurately controlled and a good surface is assured with a smaller quantity of asphalt; the
former process also involves less delay and inconvenience to traffic.
The cost of the mulch laid by the premix process was lower than that of road-mix work
laid in previous years, the average cost on the Lower Mainland being 40.19 cents per square
yard or $4,712.09 per mile of 20 feet wide surface for 2%-inch (consolidated) premix surface on
a priming coat of oil applied to a gravel base, the whole followed by an asphaltic non-skid
flush-coat finish.
Over 80 miles of existing bituminous carpet coat were resprayed with asphalt and altogether 160.75 miles of bituminous surfacing work of all kinds was carried out at a total cost of M 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
$329,963.14; there were 810,581 gallons of bituminous material used in this work. Much of the
work was done under contract; details of unit costs will be found under " Tenders Received
and Contracts Awarded."
On Vancouver Island, 26.2 miles of new bituminous carpet coat were laid and 61.9 miles of
existing carpet coat resurfaced; non-skid flush-coat was placed on 13.33 miles of existing
bituminous-paved surfaces in the Saanich District, completing the work of that nature started
last year.    In the vicinity of Powell River 6.44 miles of new carpet coat were laid.
On the Trans-Canada Highway, between Abbotsford and the west boundary of the Chilliwack
District, 7.88 miles received a 2-inch asphaltic mulch surface 20 feet wide; a similar surface
was laid on the Abbotsford-Mission Road through the village of Matsqui; in Delta District the
surfacing of the new Trans-Canada Highway was completed, 9 miles of 2-inch mulch being
laid between a point just east of Langley Prairie and the east boundary of Delta District.
In Dewdney District 6.3 miles of mulch, 20 feet wide, were laid on the new Lougheed
Highway and 2 miles of old surface was reflushed.
Mulch was laid on 3.3 miles of the Tranquille Road, thus completing the surfacing of this
road; 1.7 miles of mulch were placed on the arterial highway in Salmon Arm. Three miles of
the Castlegar-Trail Road were laid with mulch and 1 mile of the Trail-Rossland Road was
similarly treated; the emulsified asphalt used on this job did not prove as satisfactory as liquid
asphalt. New mulch was laid on 1.6 miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between
Keremeos and Hedley; a short length of streets in Kimberley was reshaped and surfaced with
mulch.
In many parts of the Province, road-oil was sprayed—usually at the rate of % gallon per
square yard; apart from the convenience and comfort of this dust-prevention work to the
traveller, there is a great saving in the reduction of actual loss of gravel, which, on heavily
travelled untreated gravelled roads, is found to amount to the equivalent of 2 inches of gravel
a year;  the oil acts as a binder and also serves as some protection against the action of frost.
SNOW-REMOVAL.
The policy of keeping trunk and main highways open to traffic was continued; on Vancouver Island and in the Lower Mainland the snowfall was not heavy; elsewhere the snowfall
varied from moderate to exceptionally heavy, particularly in the Kootenays, Cariboo, and Fort
George Districts, some districts reporting that much difficulty was experienced in keeping the
roads clear.
During the year snow-removal was carried out on 5,547 miles of trunk and main highways
at an average cost of $15.25 per mile for the season. In some instances ploughs were constantly
in use; on 3,340 miles the snowfall was classified as heavy, necessitating removal an average
of 5.2 times; moderate snowfall occurred on 1,425 miles of road, snow being removed an average
of 2.8 times; the snowfall was light for the balance of 782 miles and was removed on an average
1.78 times.
SURVEYS.
Numerous minor surveys were made in connection with highway reconstruction work, it
being the rule that all diversions and relocations be surveyed and carefully staked to ensure
that the requisite grade and alignment are adhered to. A preliminary survey was made for the
proposed extension of Marine Drive known as the Horseshoe Bay-Britannia Beach section.
Forty miles of the North Thompson Highway were located between Blue River and Valemont.
The survey of the new Sicamous-Canoe Cut-off was completed; 16 miles of the Northern Trans-
Provincial Highway were located east of Longworth and 9% miles west of McBride; surveys
were also made for this highway near Usk, Cedarvale, Kitwanga, and elsewhere.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS.
A grant of 40 per cent, of the total cost of construction of a diversion of the Kamloops-
Vernon Road to eliminate two very dangerous level crossings was approved by the Board of
Railway Commissioners; this work was commenced during the year. Plans were prepared for
a future diversion of the Merritt-Spences Bridge Road to eliminate several dangerous level
crossings.
The automatic signals in operation on the Fraser Canyon Highway have proved to be
satisfactory;   the Board of Railway Commissioners has authorized erection of such a signal REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. M 9
where the central arterial highway crosses the Burnaby Lake line, known as " Home Payne
Crossing."
UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT LANDS.
Following the taking-over last year by this Department of the administration of roads and
other utilities in this area, the water system has been improved by the construction of an 8-inch
cast-iron main to University Boulevard for a distance of % mile; a new sewer outfall was
constructed for Units Nos. 1 and 2; Block 8 of Unit No. 7 has been developed, except for paving
and sidewalks, and the section of Sixth and Seventh Avenues lying within the University
Endowment Lands boundaries, together with Chancellor Boulevard, with the necessary lanes,
were graded and gravelled. The usual maintenance and repairs to the water and lighting
system were carried out and the boulevards were kept in good condition.
TRAILS.
In many of the districts of the Province, particularly Atlin, Skeena, Omineca, and Fort
George, trails are of great importance; the usual work of maintenance, brushing-out, etc., was
carried out. The total expenditure on mining-trails under the " Mines Development Act" was
$69,349.67, this being only 60 per cent, of the average expenditure for the preceding five-year
period.
PROTECTION-WORK.
Protection-works were carried out on the banks of St. Mary River at Fort Steele and of
St. Joseph Creek near Cranbrook. A quarter of a mile of riprap was placed along the banks
of the Bulkley River near Telkwa to protect the trunk highway. At Pemberton Meadows some
protection-work was necessary and the road was raised in several places. A brush mattress,
well wired and loaded with 1,075 cubic yards of rock, was placed at Schoonover Slough, where
the Squamish Valley Road was menaced;   work was also done on the Mamquam River.
As a relief measure, the Department shared with the Municipal and Federal authorities in
the cost of constructing 12,700 square yards of mattress protection on the Fraser River, in Kent
Municipality. Riprap was laid along the lake-shore at Harrison and along the Fraser River
at Agassiz;  similar work was done along the Coldwater River at Merritt.
BUILDINGS.
The report of the Chief Architect, attached hereto, deals fully with the Department's
activities under this heading.
CORRESPONDENCE.
The added work which has been caused by unemployment relief was marked by a further
increase in the number of inward and outward letters recorded during the year, as shown by the
following tabulation:—
Recorded Correspondence.
1927-28.
1929-30.
1931-32.
33,637
49,000
42,916
72,000
01,358
Departmental files handled  (approx.)	
85,000
There was an increase of 18 per cent, over last year in the number of recorded letters.
DETAILS OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION.
Trans-Canada Highway.—In connection with Federal assistance towards relief-work, the
Dominion Government requested the Provincial authorities to designate the route of the Trans-
Canada Highway throughout this Province; after careful consideration, the central Trans-
Provincial route was selected and so designated by Order in Council.
Commencing at the Alberta boundary, not many miles west of Lake Louise, the highway
traverses Yoho Park in a westerly direction and thence to Golden, where it turns north and then
south to follow the Columbia River to Revelstoke—this section being known as " the Big Bend "
route; the total distance from Golden to Revelstoke, which link is under construction by the
Dominion and Provincial Governments jointly, is 195.4 miles.   At Revelstoke the highway takes M 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
a westerly direction to Sicamous and thence to Canoe by a new 13-mile diversion which reduces
the distance between Sicamous and Salmon Arm by 9 miles; the existing road from Canoe to
Kamloops and Cache Creek is followed, at which point the road turns south through the
Thompson and Fraser River Canyons to Hope, where the Fraser River is crossed; from Hope
the south side of the river is followed via Chilliwack to New Westminster, where the highway
crosses the river en route to Vancouver; cars may be shipped by steamer to Nanaimo and the
route then follows the Island Highway to Victoria ; the total distance from the Alberta boundary
to Vancouver is approximately 675 miles and from Nanaimo to Victoria is 76 miles.
During the year, extensive work of construction and reconstruction was commenced and
much of the work was completed, mostly by relief labour; 4 miles of the " Kicking Horse
section " were widened to 22 feet and 1 mile of the Golden-Donald section was constructed, with
a further 3 miles opened up and partially completed.
The Dominion Government is constructing the 77 miles between Donald and the crossing of
the Columbia River near Canoe River, including the bridge over the Columbia River; the construction had reached a point 61 miles from Golden during the year, leaving 32 miles of this
section still to be constructed.
The work on the Provincial Government's section between Revelstoke and Canoe River is
proceeding from the Revelstoke end, and by the end of the season construction had reached
Mile 59 from Revelstoke at Goldstream River, leaving 43 miles to be constructed to Canoe River.
Eight miles of the Sicamous-Canoe Diversion were constructed 16 feet wide, the object being
to construct a passable road over the whole route and to widen this out afterwards.
Between Salmon Arm and Ashcroft, important reconstruction was done at Tappen, Notch
Hill, 6-Mile Hill, and at Savona; a considerable amount of improvement-work between Ashcroft
and Spences Bridge, including the Oregon Jack Hill Diversion, was completed, the grade at the
latter point now being not more than 6 per cent., the road being 24 feet wide. Extensive widening was commenced, as a relief measure, between Lytton and Hope with the object of widening
to a standard width of 22 feet.
The last link in the newly constructed portion between Chilliwack and New Westminster is
the Abbotsford-Sumas " Cut-off," and this project was well advanced at the end of the year;
it will eliminate two level railway crossings and a dangerous intersection of the Abbotsford-
Huntingdon Road, a pile trestle 425 feet in length having been constructed to separate the
grade of the main highway from these intersections; in crossing the two railways and highway,
three steel girder spans were used.
The section between Nanaimo and Victoria is dealt with, for convenience, under the " Island
Highway."
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—The route of this very important and long-established
highway was described in the report for the preceding fiscal year.
The work of reconstructing and standardizing this highway and of the construction of the
Princeton to Hope link, 88 miles in length, was continued, most of the work having been done
under the heading of unemployment relief.
The road was widened at several points between Crowsnest and Michel and several minor
improvements made between the latter point and Fernie; a major diversion was commenced at
McGinness Hill; through West Fernie % mile was raised and gravelled; in order to avoid the
dangerous section known as " Mott Hill" a new diversion near Elko, 1% miles in length, was
commenced; near Jaffray, two short diversions were completed and general widening of a 4-mile
section at Colony Hill, between Wardner and Cranbrook, was approximately 50 per cent, completed. Four sharp curves were eliminated at Mile 3 east of Cranbrook by a %-mile diversion
in solid rock; 1.2 miles of the western approach to Cranbrook were improved and surfaced with
crushed rock and oiled.
Between Cranbrook and Lumberton commencement was made on a 4-mile diversion which
has been planned to eliminate some twenty curves; the road was improved between Lumberton
and Moyie and between Aldridge and Yahk, while the Aldridge Diversion was completed.
Diversions were made at Tochty, Ryan, and near Goatfell; at the latter point 3 miles of the
existing road were widened.
Between Creston and Kuskonook, the road was considerably improved and 3 miles of the
Kuskonook-Gray Creek section at the northern end were completed to standard, thus enabling
a ferry service to be inaugurated between Gray Creek and Fraser's Landing and establishing a very greatly improved highway connection between Nelson and the Alberta boundary via
Crowsnest Pass.
Reconstruction-work was carried out near Cascade Bridge, the grade and alignment being
improved over a 2-mile section and the road being widened to 20 feet; at Boundary Falls a
diversion was made across Boundary Creek, which, when completed, will eliminate two dangerous railway-grade crossings;  improvement-work was done at Rock Creek Canyon.
Three miles of new construction-work were commenced on the Yellow Lake Road, this being
a diversion not only to avoid Parker Hill, but to provide a more direct route with lesser cost of
maintenance; between Hedley and Princeton, 5 miles of reconstruction-work, on improved
alignment and to standard width, were undertaken.
Construction-work on the Princeton to Hope section continued at both ends; at the easterly
end, work was carried out for a distance of 5 miles between Copper Creek to Belgie's cabin and
was practically completed to permit of supply trucks and equipment to be taken to a point 34
miles west of Princeton.    Work was continued at the Hope end, fair progress being made.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Two miles of the Galloway Rapids-Skeena City
section, east of the bridge, were gravelled; 7 miles have now been constructed east of Prince
Rupert; construction was continued easterly towards Cloyah Bay, 2 miles having been cleared
and partly constructed. A reconnaissance survey was made for an alternative route from
Cloyah Bay to Wark Channel via Denise Arm to compare with the surveyed route via Prud-
homme Lake.
The location of this highway between Skeena City and Remo is not definitely decided upon;
between Remo and Terrace the road is only of a local nature; between Terrace and Usk, a
distance of 17 miles, a good road has been constructed; from Usk to Cedarvale construction-
work is being carried out on various sections; the section east of Cedarvale to Kitwanga is
passable, but reconstruction-work will be necessary; there are 30 miles of fairly good road
between Kitwanga and Hazelton, although this is not up to standard. Work was carried out
as a relief measure on these sections.
From Hazelton easterly, widening was carried out at Porphyry Creek; at Telkwa, % mile
was riprapped as a protection against encroachment of the Bulkley River. Between Burns
Lake and Prince George 25 miles were reconstructed and many sharp curves eliminated; 1%
miles of new road were constructed to replace the old road at Prince George airport.
Easterly from Prince George relief-work was carried out on many sections; 10 miles of
road, previously cleared, were graded and a further 10 miles were stumped and the grading
80 per cent, completed;  6 miles of reconstruction-work were carried out east of McBride.
Cariboo Road.—South of Prince George, some 20 miles were widened and ditched; Tabor
Creek Hill was surfaced and the Quesnel Cut-off gravelled for 2 miles.
In the North Lillooet District, sharp curves at various points were widened; in the Cariboo,
5 miles were gravelled and several diversions were made. Between Mile 133 and Mile 131, 1.2
miles of major reconstruction-work were completed and numerous curves were widened out;
3 miles were regravelled.
Okanagan-North Thompson Highway.—Two miles of the Oliver-Osoyoos section were
rebuilt on improved alignment and were surfaced with gravel. Between Oliver and Penticton
2 miles were rebuilt on account of construction of the Dog Lake-Okanagan Falls branch of the
Kettle Valley Railway, 60 per cent, of the cost of the work being borne by the Railway Company.
Between Princeton and Kelowna the alignment was improved and widening carried out on
1 mile of road through Peachland Municipality, and a diversion 1 mile in length was made
through Summerland Municipality at Trout Creek to avoid dangerous turns at Gartrell's ranch.
On the Kelowna-Vernon section a diversion of 1 mile was made to accommodate the airport
near Vernon, and between Vernon and Kamloops reconstruction was undertaken near O'Keefe's
ranch to eliminate sharp curvature.
Construction was continued on the North Thompson section between Blue River and Vale-
mont, 7 miles of new road being graded and 156 acres cleared; over 150,000 cubic yards of
material were excavated.    South of Blue River 11,000 cubic yards of gravel were laid.
Kootenay-Columbia River Highway.—The Sinclair Diversion (south) was completed and
opened to traffic: work was commenced on the northern section; between Golden and Canal
Flats approximately 7 miles were widened to 22 feet and surfaced with gravel, Canal Flats Hill
also being widened; a %-mile diversion was constructed near Kootenay River. Between Wasa
and Fort Steele short diversions for improved alignment were carried out and, 8 miles north of M 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
Cranbrook, a %-mile diversion was commenced with a view to eliminating several dangerous
hills.
Lougheed Highway.—This name has been given to the new highway on the north side of
the Fraser River and includes the Central Arterial section between Pitt River Bridge and
Vancouver.
Surveys of 20 miles of the section between Agassiz and Haig were made and portions of the
existing road, east of Deroche, were reconstructed by relief labour on improved alignment and
better grades. A diversion was commenced near Loch Erroch. Between Deroche and Pitt
River Bridge the new construction-work is completed; some reconditioning and gravelling was
done and 6.3 miles of premix bituminous mulch surfacing was laid to an average width of 20
feet, while 2 miles of old surface were reflushed with asphalt.
Work on the Central Arterial section between the point where it connects with Pitt River
Road and Vancouver was considerably advanced by relief labour; the grading of this section
is now about two-thirds completed.
Island Highway.—In keeping with the policy of the Department to concentrate local relief
labour as far as possible on main highways, there is a marked improvement throughout in the
appearance and condition of this important road; by the removal of stumps and trees, the
clearing of brush, by uniform and serviceable ditching and shouldering, and by the erection of
guard-railing the highway is now in a much safer condition and is also becoming less costly to
maintain.
Improvement-work was carried out at various points between Langford and Goldstream;
1% miles of reconstruction were done in the vicinity of John's Creek; a commencement was
made, by clearing, on the Buena Vista Hill Diversion, which, when completed, will have a
maximum grade of 8 per cent, in place of 20 per cent, as at present. The Tyee Diversion, north
of Duncan, % mile in length, was continued and 75 per cent, completed. The approaches to
Chemainus Bridge were widened and superelevated. Widening and ditching were carried out
on 3 miles between Chemainus and Ladysmith and on 2 miles in the neighbourhood of Nanaimo.
At Knight's Hill, 6 miles south of Parksville, work was commenced on two major diversions;
Englishman River Bridge was rebuilt with newly located approach % mile in length. At Union
Bav Vt mile was reconstructed and between Oyster River and Campbell River 1% miles were
built, both on new location:  major improvements were carried out on 7 miles, in Comox District.
The extension to Menzies Bay was completed by construction of 2 miles of new road.
The following is a brief description of work done on main or local roads:—
Engineering District No. 1  (Vancouver Island, the Islands, and Mackenzie
Electoral Districts).
A very dangerous corner on the West Saanich Road, between the northern district boundary
of Saanich and Hagan's Bridge, was removed by 2 miles of reconstruction-work: 1 mile of this
road near the Indian reserve was widened, curves superelevated, and grade reduced. Twelve
miles of the East and West Saanich Roads and Quadra Street were improved by ditching and
by the building of permanent shoulders; the non-skid surface on the East and West Roads
was completed.
Local relief labour was employed in widening and improving many sections of the Sooke
Road. The Jordan River Road was improved by replacing a very dangerous section near
Jacob's Creek with a diversion 1% miles in length; work was commenced on the construction
of a 7-mile diversion near Otter Point.
The completion of a %-mile diversion of the Old Shawnigan Trunk Road removed a dangerous condition in front of the public school. In Alberni District extensive improvements were
made to Marine Drive, Wellington and Faber's Roads. Reconstruction-work was done on the
Tofino-Ucluelet Road- Dove Creek Road, in Comox District, was extended 2% miles towards
Forbidden Plateau: a 60-foot King-truss span on concrete abutments was constructed over Dove
Creek.
The Canadian Highway (Parksville to Alberni) was much improved by widening, straightening, and ditching, and some work was done on three major diversions over the Beaufort
Ranges: by a series of minor diversions in the Green Timbers section, a considerable improvement was made to the alignment. A commencement was made in the building of a rock wall
to replace the timber bridge on Cameron Lake side. REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. M 13
The Lund-Thunder Bay Road for a distance of 2 miles was reconstructed, including a 2-mile
diversion at Lois River.    Two miles of the Bella Coola Road were reconstructed.
On Saltspring Island, the Divide Road from Fulford Harbour to Ganges was improved by
diversions and reconstruction.
Engineering District No. 2 (North Vancouver, South Lillooet, Burnaby, Dewdney, Delta,
New Westminster, Chilliwack, and Part of Yale Electoral Districts).
Careful surveys were made with a view to providing a second artery between the Yale Road
and the United States, Howe's Road being selected; the highway was classified as arterial under
the name of Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway.    Some work was carried out as a relief measure.
Work was undertaken in clearing and grading the Peace Arch Highway, referred to in last
year's report; this route is destined to become a direct artery for international traffic between
the United States and Vancouver, via Ladner and No. 5 Road, and, when finally completed, will
greatly relieve congestion on the Pacific Highway. No. 5 Road (Fraser Avenue), which is
classified as arterial through Richmond Municipality, was widened by means of brush mattress
and clay filling placed over the unstable peat; also the narrow rough-rocked section of 3%
miles was gravelled ; practically all traffic between Vancouver and the Ladner Ferry now uses
this route.
The work of constructing the subgrade of Dollarton Highway, in North Vancouver District,
was almost completed and 16 miles were gravelled;  the highway is classified as primary.
Sewer-pipe was installed on Kingsway in place of box drains, to carry storm-water.
A bridge was filled on the loco-Port Moody Road, using material taken from heavy grading-
work carried out by the department on Fourth Avenue, loco Townsite. Several bridges were
rebuilt in Dewdney District, including Kanaka Creek Bridge at Webster's Corners and Deroche
Bridge.
In Richmond-Point Grey District, Marine Drive was improved over a distance of 7 miles
by widening and clearing to give better visibility; this road carries a heavy traffic. Asphaltic
concrete wearing surfaces were placed on Fraser Avenue Bridge.
In South Lillooet District, new construction of the Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road was
continued. 2.15 miles being completed including 0.4 mile known as Red Roofs extension. Work
was resumed on the Squamish-Britannia Road between Stawamus River and Shannon Falls,
as a relief measure. Reconstruction-work to the extent of 3.35 miles was carried out on the
Gibson-Sechelt, Squamish Valley, and Pemberton Meadows Roads.
Engineering District No. 3 (Kamloops, Salmon Arm, and Part of Yale
Electoral Districts).
Major reconstruction-work was carried out on the Merritt-Spences Bridge Road. On the
Kamloops-Vernon Road 6.5 miles of gravelling were done: 3.3 miles were widened and a diversion was commenced at Glenemma to eliminate two railway crossings. A diversion was commenced on the Kamloops-Merritt Road at Blackwell Hill, which is designed to avoid a very
dangerous bend and a heavy grade; widening was done over a distance of 2% miles in the
vicinity of Mile 4.
In Yale District the road to Penask Road was cleared of rocks and stumps, regraded, and
partially gravelled. In Salmon Arm District, improvements were made on Louis Creek and
Criss Creek Roads, 4y2 miles on both roads being widened to standard.
Engineering District No. 4 (Similkameen; Grand Forks-Greenwood, and
North and South Okanagan Electoral Districts).
The Vernon-Edgewood Road was widened and gravelled over a distance of 2 miles. One
mile was constructed at the north end of Swan Lake. McCulloch and Carmi were linked by the
construction of 6 miles of road.
The Tulameen-Bear Creek Road, 5 miles in length, was built.
Engineering District No. 5  (Revelstoke, Rossland-Trail, Nelson, Creston,
and Kaslo-Slocan Electoral Districts)..
The Nelson-Kaslo and Nelson-U.S. Boundary Roads were considerably improved in accordance with plans for complete standardization of these roads eventually. M 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
Excellent work was done in widening and generally improving portions of the Slocan City-
Silverton, the New Denver-Silverton, and the Nelson-Kaslo Roads.
Between Nakusp and Rosebery 3 miles were standardized and 7.9 miles gravelled.
Money was spent in widening a portion of the Edgewood-Vernon Road.
A survey was made of the proposed road between Deer Park and Syringa.
Engineering District No. 6 (Cranbrook, Fernie, and Columbia Electoral Districts).
The Elko-Roosville Road, south of Phillips Canyon, was improved for 2 miles by relocation
and the Gateway Road was widened and the alignment was improved at several points south of
Elko. The McGinty Road was extended for 3% miles and a connection made with the Kootenay-
Columbia Highway near Wasa.
The Cranbrook-Wycliffe section of the new Kimberley Road was completed and surfaced
with gravel.
Engineering District No. 7 (Prince Rupert, Skeena, and Atlin Electoral Districts).
Portions of the Queen Charlotte-Tlell section of the Queen Charlotte City-Masset Road
were gravelled; this is the main road of Graham Island; between Port Clements and Masset
a start was made on the extension of the existing road, which has been built 2 miles out of Port
Clements.
In the Skeena District, the Terrace-Lakelse Road was extended for 2 miles at Lakelse Lake
end, although the work was not completely finished for motor traffic; the Smithers-Babine
Road was cleared, widened, and improved for a distance of 9 miles.
In Atlin District, a start was made in clearing, grubbing, and grading the Alice Arm-Nass
River Road, known also as the Illiance River Road. Some construction was done beyond
American Creek on the Stewart-Meziadin Lake Road, known as the Bear River Road.
Engineering District No. 8 (Fort George and Omineca Electoral Districts).
Work continued on the McKenzie Highway and 10 miles were slashed and stumped with
side-hills graded; this is an extension of the Vanderhoof-Fort St. James route towards Manson
Creek.
Thirteen miles of settlers' roads were built in the Fort George District, chiefly in the land
settlement area south of Prince George; in Omineca District, 13 miles of new roads were constructed and 9 miles were widened.
Engineering District No. 9 (Cariboo and North Lillooet Electoral Districts).
Improvement-work was done on Chilcotin Road, 0.6 mile being reconstructed and 2 miles
gravelled. Five miles of the Bridge River Diversion, built during the previous year, were
widened to 16 feet and 2 miles were gravelled.
Owing to the change in the location of the P.G.E. Railway near Lillooet, the local road
between Seton Lake and Lillooet was moved to the abandoned railway-grade, and this, after
being widened and graded, has provided a first-class road far superior to the one it replaced.
Six miles of reconstruction and improvement were carried out on the Quesnel-Nazko Road
at Mile 6 and on the Quesnel-Hydraulic Road at Dragon Lake Hill; gravelling was done on
the Quesnel-Blackwater Road at Mile 6. On the Clinton-Williams Lake Road two diversions
were made and other improvements spread over a distance of 24 miles.
The Lytton-Lillooet Road was improved at many points over a distance of 47 miles; all
the blind turns have been either eliminated or made reasonably safe; the road was widened
between Mile 14.5 and Mile 23.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. PHILIP,
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works. REPORT OF CHIEF ARCHITECT. M 15
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., April 29th, 1932.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—The following is a brief report on the work performed by the Architectural Branch
during the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1932:—
General.—Sketch-plans have been prepared for the proposed new Victoria Court-house which
are satisfactory to officials of the Court and of the Bench. Sketch-plans were also prepared
for the proposed Psychopathic Hospital; for the completion of the Administration Unit and
Female Infirmary at Essondale; and for the remodelling of the balance of the buildings at the
New Westminster Mental Hospital; the designs were satisfactory to the Mental Hospital officials
and to the Mental Hygiene Commission. ■ .
Sketch-plans were made for a Home Economics Centre at the University of British Columbia.
A new garage for the Chilliwack District was designed for the Engineering Department.
The Branch designed new buildings and fixtures for Government Liquor Stores at New
Westminster, Vancouver, Cloverdale, and Atlin.
Tranquille Sanatorium.—The old boiler plant was remodelled and a new unit was installed;
sufficient steam-power is now available for some years, until such time as it is expedient to
provide an entirely new plant.
In order to guard against risk of fire at this institution, a new fire-wagon, with shed, was
provided.
Essondale Mental Hospital.—The new units of the Veterans' Building were completed and
the building was completely equipped; the opening ceremony was performed by the Honourable
the Premier.
A further addition was made to the Male Occupational Centre. New roads were completed
around the Veterans' Unit in order to provide access to the buildings.
Hornby Street Property.—The residence owned by the Government on Hornby Street, Vancouver, has been remodelled for use as a psychiatric clinic in connection with Essondale Mental
Hospital work.
The other residences adjacent were remodelled as a Provincial Laboratory for the Provincial
Health Department.
The general appearance of the buildings has been improved.
Saanich Mental Hospital.—It was found necessary to provide a new septic tank for this
institution.
Boys' Industrial School.—An occupational building was designed for this institution and the
work has been partly completed.
Oakalla Prison Farm.—In order to provide additional security, a considerable amount of
work was done by remodelling the barriers to the south wing and by placing a fence (partly
completed) around the grounds.
Designs have been made for the entrance-gate house.
Gaols.—A new concrete " lockup " was erected at the Court-house, Prince George.
The gaol at Nelson was remodelled to provide a first-class police headquarters and a
" lockup." The work was accomplished by one of the Department's tradesmen-staff with the
assistance of the prisoners. By carrying out this work the expenditures and overhead have been
considerably reduced.
Schools.—Designs were made for the following public schools during the year: Wildwood,
Falkland addition, Okanagan Centre, Irvine's Landing, Westview, Dawson Creek, Upper Sumas,
Benvoulin, Alberni.
Extensive improvements were made to the grounds of Victoria Normal School. The work
was done as an unemployment relief measure.
Furniture.—The survey and valuation of the furnishings of the various Government offices,
referred to in last year's report, has been almost completed; economies have been effected by
transferring furniture from one part of Province to another; substantial savings have thus
been effected by cutailing requisitions for new furnishings, typewriters, etc.;  a saving has been M 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
made by satisfactorily rebuilding many typewriters that were considered as having passed their
usefulness and by monthly inspections of all machines.
A complete inventory of all property owned by the Government is in course of preparation;
this will undoubtedly prove to be a very valuable record.
The Architectural Branch has prepared the furnishing list and requisitions for capital
expenditure at the new hospital units at Essondale and New Westminster.
Maintenance and Repairs.—As funds were not available, much repair-work to various Government buildings was deferred and work was strictly -curtailed ; it will, of course, be necessary
to expend a considerable amount of money in the future to place these buildings in a proper
state of repair if they are allowed to go back for a year or two. Many of our staff have been
placed on three-quarter time, which also adversely affects the proper maintenance of the
buildings.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Hy. Whittaker,
Chief Architect. CARIBOO ROAD—TRAFFIC RECORDS.
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Lillooet (North) .
Lillooet (South)   ...
Okanagan (North)	
Okanagan (South)	
lJeace liiver	
Richmond-Point Grpy.
Rossland-Trail 	
Vancouver (North)..   .
Vicforia (Garag-e)	
Yale (North)	
Yi.le (South)	
Headquariers-	
E:ig\ Dist. No. 1  	
■ Enfj. Dist. No. ^  	
Eng. Dist. No. 3	
Eng. Dist. No. 4	
Eng. Dist. No. 6	
Eng. Dist. No. 9	
Surfacing1 equipment....
University Endow. Lands
Totals	 TENDERS.
M 21
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1931, to March 31st, 1932.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Oakalla Prison Farm :
Flood Lighting:
Maxwell H. Horie	
Hume & Rumble	
Mott-Watson Electric Co	
C. C. Carter	
Electric Engineering, Ltd	
F. ,T. Archer.	
Universal Electric, Ltd	
Farr, Robinson & Bird, Ltd..
F. A. Crawford	
Mental Hospital, Essondale :
Occupational Building (Second Unit):
Harry Burnham	
H. D. Crawford	
E. A. & Geo. Diffner	
W. A. Coulsoii—	
Tom Irvine....	
H. P. Leek	
Ward & Son, Ltd	
A. C. Howard   	
H. C. Redmond.	
F. C. Thrussell 	
Tom A. Allan & Sons	
Francis H. Shaw  	
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd	
.Tas. Hyslop  	
Shockley Construction Co., Ltd....
H. F. Martin	
Adkison & Dill, Ltd 	
New Westminster Court-house :
Vault in Government Agent's Office:
Jas.  Hyslop 	
F. W. Shaw...	
Archie Hogg Construction Co	
Ward & Son, Ltd 	
Vancouver, Hornby Street Laboratory :
Converting Existing Houses into Laboratory:
Frank Warburton & Co	
Cameron Construction Co..
H. P. Leek	
Boys' Industrial School, Coquitlam :
Fire-alarm, Extension:
Hume & Rumble _	
Mott-Watson Electric Co	
Electric Engineering, Ltd	
C. H. E. Williams Co	
Moulton Electric, Ltd	
Jarvis Electric	
Farr, Robinson & Bird	
Frank Lake	
F. J. Archer...	
Sidney Darnbrough, Ltd	
$987.00
013.00
,059.00
,085.00
100.00
,100.00
,148.00
260.00
285.00
,004.00
,070.00
,403.00
,500.00
,145.05
,179.00
,322.00
,421.00
,525.00
,543.00
,571.00
,599.00
,634.00
,290.00
,004.00
,676.00
,207.00
1,111.00
1,131.00
1,188.00
1,194.00
0,714.05
7,200.00
7,945.00
050.00
0S0.00
080.00
091.00
,145.00
,197.00
,230.00
248.00
275.50
280.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. M 22
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Work and Tenderer.
Contract
Amount.
Remarks.
Canal Flats Lockup :
Frame Building:
Linton-Lundy	
A. E. Jones	
Baynes & Horie	
Prince George Lockup :
New Concrete Building:
Baynes & Horie	
Wm. Orr ,	
A. P. Anderson	
Prince George Construction Co
E. Moller Construction Co	
$3,588.45
3,886.00
4,487.00
5,987.00
6,450.00
6,687.00
6,885.00
7,914.00
Work not proceeded with.
Awarded.
SCHOOLS.
Vender Haebouk, Irvine's Landing School :
One-room Frame Building:
Moller Construction Co	
$2,162.00
2,174.00
2,179.36
2,745.00
2,751.00
2,816.00
1,990.00
2,360.00
2,450.00
2,797.00
Awarded.
E. F. Thrussell	
Benvoulin School :
One-room Addition:
A. Cather & A. Mitchell	 TENDERS.
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
BITUMINOUS SURFACING, FISCAL YEAR 1931-32.
Mileage and Type.
Electoral District and Class of Highway.
Bituminous
Carpet Coat.
Bituminous
Mulch.
Non-skid
Flush
over
Mulch.
New.
Renew.
New.
Renew.
New.
Alberni—
Provincial highways..
Arterial highways	
Chilliwack—
Arterial highways	
Comox—
Provincial highways..
Arterial highways	
Cowichan-Newcastie—
Provincial highways..
Arterial highways	
Primary  highways	
Cranbrook—
Provincial highways-
Delta—
Arterial highways	
Dewdney—
Provincial highways..
Arterial highways	
Secondary highways..
Esquimalt—
Provincial highways-
Islands—
Provincial highways..
Kamloops—
Provincial highways-
Mackenzie—
Provincial highways..
Nanaimo—
Provincial highways..
Rossland-Trail—
Provincial highways..
Richmond-Point  Grey—
Secondary highways..
Saanich—
Provincial highways-
Arterial highways	
Salmon Arm—
Arterial highways	
Similkameen—
Provincial highways-
Yale—
Provincial highways-
Arterial highways	
Primary highways	
Totals   (miles)--.
1.40
10.029
7.09
4.52
6.441
2.579
32.659
14.30
0.10
12.20
0.90
7.394
3.691
0.78
4.210
9.514
1.55
1.52
13.33
0.00
1.60
2.50
SI.495
8.247
0.30
9.847
0.708
6.866
1.624
3.305
3.90
1.70
1.60
38.007
0.24
0.24
1.78
3.977
2.20
0.30
8.257
SUMMARY.
Class of Work carried out.
Carpet coat, new	
Carpet coat, renewal-
Mulch, new	
Mulch,  renewal	
Mulch,  reflushed	
Totals	
Provincial
Highways.
Classified Highways.
Arterial.
Miles.
32.059
Miles.
57.044   .
9.813
19.621
26.660
0.240
6.177
2.080
105.693
48.001
Primary.
Miles.
3.28
3.28
Secondary.
Miles.
1.55
1.024
3.174
Totals.
Miles.
32.659
81.495
38.097
0.240
8.257
160.748 CLASSIFICATION OP HIGHWAYS.
M 37
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act," Chapter 24 of the Statutes of
British Columbia, 1930.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1032.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
City Municipalities.
Alberni	
Armstrong	
Courtenay	
Cumberland	
Duncan	
Enderby	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood	
Kaslo	
Ladysmith	
Merritt	
Port Alberni	
Port Moody	
Port Coquitlam	
Salmon Arm	
District Municipalities.
Burnaby	
Chilliwack.
Coldstream
Coquitlam..
Delta..
33it
5b
39b
34k
33b
32r
3b
54b
34b
35b
71b
30a
44e
43r
78r
68r
73r
75a
74a
53r
19r
57r
42b
20r
75e
37r
23b
80b
Ir
14r
17r
62a
14b
22b
Sr
Or
61b
62b
52a
18r
67r
10r
14b
15b
08a
69a
40b
87b
Name of Highway.
Canadian  Highway	
River Road	
Beaver Creek Road	
Vernon—Salmon Arm	
Armstrong—Salmon Arm	
Island Highway	
Cumberland   Road   and   Union
Street	
Comox Road	
Dunsmuir Avenue	
Courtenay—Cumberland   Road
(Fourth Street)	
Island Highway :	
Vernon—Salmon  Arm	
Trans-Provincial	
Trans-Provincial	
Nelson—Kaslo	
Island Highway...  	
Merritt-Spences Bridge	
Merritt—Kamloops	
Merritt—Princeton :	
Canadian  Highway	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
loco-Port Moody	
Clarke Road	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Central Arterial	
Trans-Provincial	
Salmon  Arm—Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Trans-Provincial (Kingsway) ...
Hastings-Barnet	
Central Arterial	
Grandview-Douglas	
North Road   (west half) ,
Riverway  (Marine Drive)	
Trans-Provincial (YaleRoad)...
Rosedale ITerry Road..	
Vedder Mountain	
Sardls Road	
Monashee Road (White Valley).
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Central Arterial	
Coquitlam Road	
North Road  (east half)	
Clarke Road	
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu
Road)	
Scott Road (western portion)....
Boundary Bay Road.	
Parts   of   Bridge   Street   and
Westminster Avenue	
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary.
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial...
Secondary.
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial....
Arterial	
Arterial...
Arterial	
Arterial	
Piiiflary....
Primary....
Arterial—
Arterial	
Arterial....
Secondary.
Arterial-
Arterial....
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial....
Arterial—
Arterial—
Primary....
Sccondary
Secondary.
Arterial—
Arterial—
Secondary.
Secondary
Primary-
Arterial....
Arterial-
Arterial—
Secondary
Secondary
Primary-
Primary--
Secondary
Secondary
2.00
1.50
1.35
0.90
1.11
2.50
1.75
0.73
0.63
1.00
1.63
4.25
2.65
3.25
3.70
0.90
4.25
6.75
6.15
15.19
2.25
2.10
3.53
6.25
1.36
1.21
9.00
9.00
5.15
Secondary.
1.40
0.66
0.00
1.10
1.05
0.36
0.21
1.12
0.69
0.21
1.40
3.30
6.00
3.65
1.40
1.12
7.80
0.52 M 38
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1932—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial. Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Fraser Mills	
Kent	
Langley	
Maple Ridge	
Matsqui	
Mission	
North Cowichan.-
North Vancouver
Peachland	
Penticton	
Pitt Meadows-
Richmond..
Saanich..
Salmon Arm..
Spallumcheen..
Sumas..
76r
20r
60a .
3r
77r
71b
22r
59r
09r
73b
4r
12r
23r
74b
77b
31r
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
40k
42r
86b
29b
21r
55r
7Sb
74b
75b
79b
66r
50b
84b
70b
28r
29r
52r
30r
57a
85b
38k
24b
26b
76b
63r
62r
70a
32b
Or
7r
61r
Central   Arterial..	
Trans-Provincial   (Deroche—
Agassiz  Road  and  Agassiz
Ferry Road)	
Harrison Hot Springs...	
Trans-Provincial	
Aldergrove-Bellingham	
MeLellan Road.-	
Trans-Provincial	
Port Hammond Loop	
Port Haney Loop	
River  Road and  Dewdney
Trunk Road	
Trans-Provincial   (Yale Road).
Abbotsford-Mission	
Trans-Provincial	
Silverdale—Mission	
Dewdney   Trunk   Road	
Island  Highway	
Cowichan Lake Road	
Quamichan  Lake  Road	
Dollarton Highway	
Marine Drive (Robson Road)....
Mountain Highway..	
Peachland—Kelowna...	
Summerland-Penticton-Oliver
Road
Fairview Road   (Green Mountain Road to Keremeos)	
Penticton—Naramata	
Trans-Provincial  (Dewdney
Trunk Road)	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road	
Harris Road—	
Harris Road	
Hammond Road	
McNeil Road	
No.  5 Road  	
Woodward Highway	
Steveston Highway	
No.  19 Road	
Island Highway	
Quadra St. and Saanich Road
West  Saanich Road	
East  Saanich Road..	
Verdier Avenue	
Keating Cross-road 	
Trans-Provincial	
Salmon  Arm—Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie....
Canoe Road	
Vernon-Salmon Arm	
Vernon-Kamloops 	
Landsdowne Loop 	
Armstrong-Salmon River	
Trans-Provincial 	
Abbotsford-Huntingdon	
Yale Road.. 	
Arterial....
Arterial....
Primary...
Arterial—
Arterial-
Secondary
Arterial-
Arterial—
Arterial-
Secondary
Arterial-
Arterial—
Arterial.-...
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial.j-
Primary....
Secondary
Primary....
Primary....
Secondary
Arterial....
Arterial....
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial....
Arterialf-
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial—
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
ArteriaL—
Arterial—
Arterial..-
Arterial—
Primary...
Secondary
Arterial....
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary.
Arterial-
Arterial....
Pr'imaryf-
Secondary.
Arterial....
Arterial	
Arterialf...
0.78
13.73
10.82
4.04
12.46
1.85
0.74
7.S8
5.45
9.10
13.00
7.75
4.59
3.40
3.00f
..89
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
12.20
4.90
11.68
2.54
13.60t
2.50
4.73
1.00
0.77
3.75f
1.10
10.80
5.00
15.50
1.73
0.94
5.50
1.90
1.70
0.90
2.00
6.28
2.90
6.54
2.00
4.20
6.25
3.25
7.10
■ Classification to be rescinded upon completion of construction of highway in new location. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
M 39
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1932—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Sumas	
Summerland..
Surrey	
West Vanconver..
Village Municipaliti
Abbotsford	
Burns Lake	
Creston	
Gibsons Landing-
Hope	
Mission	
59b
60b
41r
15r
2r
13k
61a
89b
90b
69b
67a
71a
72a
5r
11r
49r
65a
45r
70r
40r
25r
24r
Vye  Road	
Vedder Mountain	
Penticton—Kelowna...	
Peace Arch Highway	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)...
Pacific Highway 	
Scott Road (eastern portion)	
Johnston Road	
Campbell River Road 	
MeLellan  Road	
Marine Drive	
Nelson  Avenue	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street...	
Secondary-
Secondary ..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary..
Secondary..
Secondary-
Primary	
Primary	
Primary.
47r
50r
58b
72r
51r
07b
Vanderhc
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48r
64r
Williams
Lake	
79r
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)...
Abbotsford-Mission	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Rd.).
Pender Harbour Highway	
Trans-Provincial (Water St.)....
Trans-Provincial    (Dewdney
Trunk  Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission    Road
(Home Ave. and Harbour St.)
Cariboo  Road 	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road....
Stewart-Bear River Highway....
Trince Rupert Highway—	
Kalum Street	
Prince Rupert Highway —
Fort St. James Highway.	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Rd...
Arterial-
Arterial..
Arterial-
Primary..
Arterial-
ArteriaL.
ArteriaL.
Arterial..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Total mileage	
Deduct for mileagesf
Deduct for duplicate mileage—
North Road in Burnaby and Coquitlam Municipalities..
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey Municipalities	
Net total mileage	
City Municipalities 	
District Municipalities. 	
Village Municipalities..	
8.95
5.60
12.20
9.55
0.52
0.35
0.53
0.83
0.80
0.98
1.40
0.56
1.29
1.45
1.78
1.07
0.52
0.54
1.00
308.24
10.60
291.64
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PART V. OF " HIGHWAY ACT "—LICENSING OF
PUBLIC VEHICLES.
STATEMENT OF LICENCES ISSUED FOR PUBLIC PASSENGER-VEHICLES
DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1931.
No. of        No. of Licences
Carrying Capacity. Vehicles cancelled
licensed.      during Period.
I to 5 passengers    26 14
6 to 10 passengers     68 22
II to 20 passengers     51 12
21 to 30 passengers     82 6
Over 30 passengers     21
248 54
Total passenger licences Issued  248
Total passenger licences cancelled     54
Total licences in force, December 31st, 1931  194
STATEMENT OF LICENCES  ISSUED FOR PUBLIC FREIGHT-VEHICLES
DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1931.
No. of No. of Licences
Carrying Capacity. Vehicles cancelled
licensed.       during Period.
Up to 1% tons   118 32
Over iy2 tons and up to 2% tons      75 17
Over 2% tons     28 4
% ton (motor-cycles)       5 3
226 56
Total freight licences issued   226
Total freight licences cancelled      56
Total licences in force, December 31st, 1931  170
Total passenger licences in force at March 31st, 1932  149
Total freight licences in force at March 31st, 1932  141 MILEAGE OF TRAILS.
MILEAGE OF TRAILS.
Electoral District.
Alberni	
Atlin*	
Cariboo (North)	
Cariboo (South)	
Columbia	
Comox 	
Cowichan-Newcastie	
Cranbrook..	
Creston	
Dewdney	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Fort George (Fort George Section) ..	
Fort George (Peace River Section), approximate
Grand Forks-Green wood...	
Islands	
Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan  (Kootenay Lake Section)	
Kaslo-Slocan  (Slocan Division)	
Lillooet (North)	
Lillooet (South).	
Mackenzie	
North Okanagan	
North Vancouver .'.	
Omineca	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke  	
Rossland-Trail	
Salmon Arm	
Similkameen	
Skeena -	
South  Okanagan	
Yale	
Totals	
Revised figures.
Ordinary
Trails.
280
390
221
115
265
142
253
118
8
32
400
46
16
122
113
83
228
46
216
28
13
222
58
95
84
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412
14
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Mining
Trails.
69
378
286
120
374
58
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127
339
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13
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150
510
314
169
68
101
25
2
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77
202
41
245
463
11
150
5,090
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Total.
349
974
507
235
639
200
63
127
592
11
124
21
45
400
96
16
272
623
397
397
114
317
53
15
877
135
297
84
48
245
875
25
150
9,323  STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
M 45
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 178. Minister's Office   $12,202.23
Vote 179. Administration     308,686.48
Vote 180. Maintenance, Parliament Buildings and Grounds  133,803.67
S.W. No. 4. Maintenance, Parliament Buildings and Grounds   2,858.68
Vote 181. Government  House    24,578.14
Vote 184. Repairs to Government Buildings  (except Parliament Buildings and Government House)    188,193.14
Vote 185. Steam-boiler Inspection   0,456.09
Vote 186. Electrical Energy Inspection   10,501.74
Total, Votes 178-181, S.W. No. 4, and 184-186       $087,460.17
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Vote 182. Roads    $1,772,098.22
Bridges    274,222.15
Ferries     173,021.87
Traffic  Operation    12,096.98
Surveys   1,243.98
Launch    3,736.51
Contingencies   8,458.89
Unemployment Relief   27,673.10
$2 272 551.70
Wharves, Credit Balance   2^384.48
      2,270,167.22
Vote 140. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  $69,349.67
Vote 183. Local Roads within Organized Territory   468.33
Vote 186a. Unemployment Relief   96,674.86
Vote 186b. Matsqui Dyking District, Grant   3,499.00
Vote 186c. Dewdney Dyking District, Grant   2,500.00
Vote 186b. Municipality of Kent, Grant  4,000.00
Vote 186b. Compensation to Dr. J. T. Atkinson   2.000.00
Vote 186f. Ladner-Woodward Ferry, Subsidy   4.287.67
S.W. No. 7. Auto Club of B.C., Grant   2,000.00
         184.780.13
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
'B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (o) —
Roads          $49,830.54
Bridges   11,365.71
 01,190.25
' B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads  $32,825.89
Local Roads  230.50
Trails to Mineral Areas  5,917.97
 38,974.30
' B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a.) —
Roads      $378,712.44
Bridges  151,279.97
Ferries   16,500.80
Local Roads   3,802.44
Fraser Avenue Bridge   12,993.51
Bituminous Surfacing  018.00
         563,907.22
B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads  '  $706,736.25
Bridges  395,981.19
Ferries   18,082.01
Local Roads  0,000.00
Local Bridges   12,030.42
Bituminous Surfacing   324.043.00
Equipment Fund  115.000.00
 1,638,473.53
Carried forward    $5,445,018.88 M 46 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Capital Expenditure  (Roads,  Bridges, Ferries, etc.)—Continued.
Brought fonvard    $5,445,018.88
" Federal Unemployment and Farm Relief Act, 1930 "—
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e)— Unorganized         $47,422.89
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) — Municipal Works         213,591.05
         201,013.94
" Federal Unemployment and Farm Relief Act, 1931 "—
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (o)        $420,931.53
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)        1,355,132.87
■ 1.782,064.40
Special Warrants Nos. 17, 18.    Unorganized Territory—Relief          139,829.87
Special Warrant No. 13.    Municipal Works—Relief          407,345.50
Capital Expenditure (Buildings).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (B)        $184,572.40
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (B)           452,827.01
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (d)    4,368.88
Total, Capital Account  (Buildings)           641,708.29
$8,677,040.88 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
M 47
ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
24. Faber's    $155.30
100. Canadian Highway   391.26
$546.56
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (o) :   Roads.
32. Crump's Gulch  (bridge fill)       $1,999.78
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Marine  Drive    $619.04
Settlers' roads   1,178.93
18. Ucluelet-Tofino   999.89
24. Faber's    3,494.76
51. Quatsino  '.  998.85
100.  Canadian Highway   (Green Timbers)  1,494.86
156. Island Highway   (Nanoose Hill)  995.87
Equipment-shed   1,499.35
$11,281.55
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $13,827.89
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
92. Roger Creek        $6,830.24
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
20. Englishman River        17,991.97
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       24,822.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Cowichan Lake-Alberni Canal   $460.00
Taylor River  420.00
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  880.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6   (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads       $28,100.87
Direct Relief   (F)—Roads   46.37
Non-contributory  (G)—Roads   999.50
$29,140.74
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  438.51'
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  703.30
Total, Unemployment Relief        30,288.55
Vote 182.—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Beaver Creek   $1,201.49
11. Cherry Creek   356.56
10. Central Lake   1,571.71
16. Cowley     57.00
18. Tofino-Ucluelet     1,292.30
24. Faber's    111.80
33. Holberg-Cape Scott.   989.58
34. Kitsuksus   74.00
38. Lake Shore  140.00
Carried fonvard       $5,794.44    $69,818.65 M 48
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails and  Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,794.44
Reg. No.
47. McCoy Lake   235.14
51. Quatsino   446.78
59. Strandby     156.00
66. Bamfield  trails    367.05
68. Bear River trails   56.00
82. Home Lake   196.00
84. Koprino Trail   91.10
100. Canadian Highway   8,137.01
104. Biological   63.53
105. Boorman   50.00
108. Claudet   .60.00
109. Church  354.25
110. Corfield   102.35
111. Departure Bay  145.10
117. Errington Cross-road   306.00
119. Fisher   76.99
121. Grafton Avenue    282.59
125. Coombs   142.15
129. Lowery   263.90
134. Dawson     51.75
139. Pillar's     66.31
137. Northwest Bay   311.50
140. Parksville Cross-road   113.55
148. Swayne   85.60
154. Turner  739.18
150. Island Highway    10,651.42
158. Hilliers   156.60
159. Wellington  (Old Town)    174.99
160. Wright's  '.  62.55
164. Bellevue     120.25
165. Harlech     144.80
180. Winchester   117.20
185. Station   (Coombs)     312.60
191. Gilbert     67.80
194. River     95.00
199. Peninsular    330.50
221. Kaye   136.00
236. Petersen     88.50
240. Shtdler     56.78
Sundry roads and trails  (units under $50)    768.52
Haulage-truck Account   8,810.53
Tools and Plant Account   4,180.40
$69,818.65
$44,968.71
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
33r. Canadian Highway  (arterial)    $105.50
53r. Canadian Highway  (arterial)    770.04
5b. River Road (secondary)    19.66
39b. Beaver Creek  (secondary)    9.18
$904.38
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       45,873.09
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
14. Brunnel's    $71.31
25. Wall's   244.70
26. Lowery   415.06
20. Englishman River   182.03
35. Shaw Creek   55.11
Carried fonvard  $968.21 $115,691.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $968.21 $115,691.74
Reg. No.'
45. Scott's   149.05
46. Booth     471.88
55. Rock Bluffs (east)   2,788.51
92. Roger Creek   1,182.91
93. Kitsuksus   175.00
114. Cherry   Creek  65.75
119. Glanville  316.78
123. Third Avenue    141.50
148. Haughen   52.25
193. Spruce River   216.00
197. New  376.00
201. Eric   79.90
221. Long    661.07
230. North     439.00
231. Cape   :  549.76
232. Fisherman River  (west)    118.25
233. Fisherman River   (east)     104.00
241. Jensen   184.64
321. Stirling   283.06
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  315.74
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance         9,639.26
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Big Interior Trail   $250.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Ad of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  250.00
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   537.73
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief   999.68
Total expenditure, Alberni District  $127,118.41
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
218. Atlin-Silver Lead        $1,491.94
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $1,491.94
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
14. Gold Run        $4,847.83
26. McKee Creek          2,403.08
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          7,250.91
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
218. Atlin-Silver Lead  $459.75
16. Atlin streets  ,  137.50
1. Atlin-Surprise Lake   ,  409.50
5. Boulder Creek   76.50
8. Indian River       156.95
13. O'Donnel River  276.25
17. Spruce Creek  !  557.20
15. Ruby Creek   148.50
Sundry roads (units under $50)    80.70
Supervision, "A"  1,369.10
Auto, " C "   244.68
Garage    : _  214.68
Material and supplies      746.22
Plant and tools   218.10
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc         5,095.63
Carried forward     $13,838.48 M 50 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $13,838.48
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
26. McKee Creek   $741.40
155. Nakina     1,316.58
Total, Vote 182—Bridges.:   Maintenance          2,057.98
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
4. Birch Creek Road   $497.78
224. Dominion  Creek  149.50
167. Fourth of July Creek   301.00
227. Niagara Creek Trail  (Taku)    500.00
15. Ruby Creek Road  499.00
228. Spruce Creek  (Upper)  Road   50.40
229. Surprise Lake Trail Extension   292.00
227. Tulsequah North Fork  (Taku)    100.00
210. Tulsequah River Trail  (Taku)     100.00
23. Wright Creek Road   525.73
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,015.41
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)       $18,911.87
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Alaska-Yukon Highway   $202.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 («) :   Roads.
03. Bear Creek Trail   $4,324.61
03. Bear River   1,000.00
65. Gwinaha-Cranberry    1,359.85
75. Kitsault  (North-east Fork)    1,498.50
$8,182.96
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $8,385.59
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (<0.
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $14,705.78
Direct Relief   (F)—Roads   1,999.75
Non-contributory   (G)—Roads     1,842.25
$18,547.78
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  309.34
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  497.85
Total, Unemployment Relief       19,414.97
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
103. Alice Arm Shore   $970.00
146. Alice Arm streets and sidewalks   112.50
67. American Creek Trail .*  117.00
71. Bear-Nass    354.00
63. Bear River Fill   1,805.61
63. Bear River   285.64
120. Big Missouri   560.70
72. Bonanza Trail  79.50
201. Elkhorn     51.75
76. Esperanza   51.75
81. Grease  Harbour-Cranberry     276.75
65. Gwinaha-Cranherry   (survey)     1,188.85
Carried fonvard  $5,854.05    $27,800.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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ATLIN DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,854.05    $27,800.56
Reg. No.
65. Gwinaha-Cranberry   110.00
195. Illiance   972.00
83. Illiance Trail   1,237.55
88. Keystone-Silver City   323.00
75. Kitsault  (North-east Fork)    937.00
84. Kitsault  (upper)     261.00
84. Kitsault Trail (Dolly Varden Railway)    1,227.35
89. Marmot   110.25
85. Mill Bay-Kincolith Trail   50.40
1S5. McGrath Mountain  :  138.50
62. Sand Lake   171.00
200.  Sand Lake Trail   234.00
88. Silver City  ...-. 135.00
101. Stewart-Hyder    335.25
225. Trout Creek Trail   297.50
Snow-removal     994.95
Sundry trails (units under $50) ,  70.91
Supervision, "A"   0,596.23
Garage  1,072.33
Material and supplies   1,341.83
Plant and tools   355.93
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       22,826.03
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
81. Bear River  $162.50
133. International  Trail     211.75
102. Kitsault     51.85
275. Nelson Creek   100.80
244. Rufus-Argenta     223.00
276. Youngs Creek   226.50
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    150.00
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance         1,126.40
Vote 182—Ferries.
2-50-2. Upper Nass-Grease Harbour   $594.00
Total, Vote 182—Ferries  594.00
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
67. American Creek Trail   $452.70
219. American Creek (east side)    100.00
67. American Creek  (upper area)    167.00
220. Beaverly Group Trail   64.00
70. Bitter  Creek    99.00
179. Bulldog Creek   300.00
119. East Creek  599.60
184. Elkhorn   50.00
80. Georgia River   198.00
178. International (Old) Trail   598.45
70. Lucky Date (North Fork, Bitter Creek)   400.00
163. Ore Mountain Trail   350.00
123. Salmon Gold Group Trail   192.60
221. Wildcat  .'  200.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,771.35
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief.
Stewart District   $470.91
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   470.91
Carried fonvard     $56,589.25 ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
Brought forward     $56,589.25
Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief.
Bear River Road	
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief
$500.00
500.00
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)       $57,0S9.25
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
51. Telegraph—Dease  Lake
$1,547.20
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $1,547.20
Vote 182.—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
190.  Clearwater         $1,007.00
51. Telegraph-Dease Lake
56. Telegraph Line  (south)   (Klappan Trail)
61. Telegraph Creek streets 	
59. Teslin Trail 	
Supervision   	
Plant and tools	
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4,689.88
725.84
57.50
252.00
815.30
339.15
7,880.67
61. Little Tahltan 	
62. Nahlin   	
66. Stikine Avenue 	
72. Tooya   	
Supervision and snow-removal
$361.20
341.85
774.45
130.15
523.50
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote -140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
,131.15
101.  Clearwater Trunk Road 	
101. Clearwater  (Upper North Fork)  Trail-
51. Dease Lake Road	
208. Jackson Group Trail	
57. McDame Creek Trail 	
$2,513.84
100.00
542.40
500.00
550.00
4,206.24
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc	
Total expenditure, Atlin District  (Stikine)     $15,771.26
Total expenditure, Atlin District   $91,772.38
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Ir. Kingsway  (storm-sewer reconstruction)       $1,589.22
17b. Central Arterial Highway         1,525.00
$3,114.22
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :     Local
Roads within Municipal Limits.
Willingdon Avenue   $230.50
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
17r. Central Arterial  Highway     $22,837.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 53
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :     Local
Roads within Municipal Limits.
Willingdon Avenue        $1,303.54
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $27,485.33
"B.C. Loan Act, 1031," Sec. 6  (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads     $43,678.42
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads         4,275.38
Non-contributory (G)—Roads          0,355.21
Total, Capital Account—Unemployment Relief       54,309.01
Vote 182.—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg_ Nq_ Trails, and Streets.
Ir. Kingsway   $4,724.32
Ir. Kingsway (storm-sewer)   1,948.91
14r. Hastings-Barnet   5,366.55
62a. Grandview-Douglas   3,259.43
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       15,299.21
Vote 182—Bridses :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  $3.30
Total, Vote 182—Bridges  3.30
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief        24,997.03
Total expenditure, Burnaby District  $122,093.88
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
4. Chilcotin   $831.25
5. Cariboo   16.00
32. Fraser   489.25
38. Barkerville  '.  446.00
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   144.25
47R. Cariboo  (Village of Quesnel)   -  765.72
Settlers' roads          1,558.44
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $4,250.91
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
303.-Big Creek, No. 2        $1,591.22
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   1,591.22
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads      $13,420.82
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   467.17
Direct Relief (F)—Roads          1,697.01
$15,585.00
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  _       323.26
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  864.12
Total, Unemployment Relief        16.772.3S
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko   $397.45
2. Homalko River  50.40
Carried forward  $447.85    $22,614.51 M 54
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $447.85    $22,614.51
Reg. No.
4. Chilcotin   6,929,03
5. Cariboo   11,026.32
6. Redstone-Chezacut   303.00
9. Hanceville-Gang Ranch    56.00
10. Hanceville-Christie    '.  100.00
19. Macalister-Beaver Lake   330.55
22. Moon's     100.50
23. Soda Creek-Mud Lake   118.89
27. Blackwater-Mud River   73.70
32. Fraser   1,205.49
36. Barkerville-Antler   :  108.50
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake        276.65
38. Barkerville  •.  7,043.78
39. Barkerville-Stanley     303.14
45. Dragon Lake  (west)  223.94
46. Dragon Lake  (east)     210.45
51. Lavoie's     261.10
54. McLean   66.10
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   1,113.75
59. Quesnel-Nazko     2,693.23
60. Quesnel-Little Lake  '.  1,256.01
61. Tibbie's     50.00
63. Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake   73.50
69. Yargeau     65.00
71. Morris   50.40
91. Bouchie Lake   66.25
93. Allcock     74.87
97. Punchau   215.95
102. Baity   93.05
104. Upper Big Creek   120.15
105. Big Creek  272.70
116. Big Creek-Robertson   81.50
117. Salmon     106.00
122. Cotton's  103.15
124.  Cooper Creek   82.63
158. Hanceville Cut-off   264.00
159. Colebank  (east)  172.64
165. 10-Mile Lake   232.40
168. Colebank (west)    59.81
172. Sisters Creek-Hill Lake   50.00
175.  Meadow Creek   96.22
193. Cauldwell   83.43
202. Robertson-Vedan     168.95
207. Lee's Trail   99.90
208. Helwig Trail   163.25
219. Ahbau Lake Trail   50.00
47r. Cariboo (Village of Quesnel)   1,062.93
Plant and tools   7,241.37
Camp equipment   174.90
Material Account   367.36
Sundry roads (units under $50)    705.62
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       47,421.91
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
6. Anahim Creek   $69.04
7. Batnuni  Creek    638.17
11.. Tautri Creek   52.20
14. Beavermouth    84.00
17. Mclnnes, No. 1  :  50.40
18. Mclnnes, No. 2   50.40
19. Gaspard     292.60
22. Jawbone Creek   108.27
Carried forward  $1,345.08   $70,036.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,345.08    $70,036.42
Reo. No.
30. Chilcotin   244.50
31. Canyon Creek   1,091.01
36. Cottonwood, No. 2   416.10
65. Evans Creek    281.13
66. Fraser River (at Quesnel)   232.94
76. First Creek   201.95
82. Hixon Creek    717.82
84. Holt's  212.00
91. Lightning    106.96
107. Soda Creek, No. 1   157.72
133. Little Cottonwood   367.68
146. Tatla Lake   81.52
184. La Ronde   130.77
206. Foster   192.75
231. Withrow   399.72
289. Bambrick    656.77
291. Mackay   221.25
293. Whitestone Lake   175.00
294. Meldrum Creek, No. 3   224.00
295. Tako    100.00
296. Young's Creek   166.50
297. Bambrick, No. 2   84.00
298. Blackwater, No. 2   5,832.62
313. Cotton's     98.03
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    414.58
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance       14,153.00
Vote 182—Ferries.
2. Fraser River-Alexandria    $1,790.50
3. Fraser River-Macalister   2,119.84
4. Fraser River-Soda Creek   1,802.34
5. Quesnel River-Gravel's   1,016.84
Total, Vote 182—Ferries          6,729.52
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Victoria Creek Trail   $50.00
Hixon Creek Road  .-.  346.90
Trail to Canyon Creek from main highway   250.00
Hydraulic to Moorehead Mines, Ltd  498.00
Antler Creek Trail, Grouse Creek to Empire Creek   100.00
Road to W. C. Slade property, Lightning Creek   150.00
Downey Pass Road to 8-Mile Lake  503.20
Stouts Gulch Road to Lowhee Mining Co  725.25
Houseman Creek Road from Stanley   250.00
Dragon Creek Road   200.00
Cottonwood-Swift River Road    75.00
Trail from Hixon Creek to headwaters of Canyon Creek   97.00
Cottonwood-Ahbau Lake Trail   199.00
Trail to property of J. Powell, Coulter Creek   100.00
Trail to Stony Lake from Barkerville   50.00
Road to property of M. Sundberg, Donovan Creek   147.15
Road to Perkins Group, Stanley   149.85
Trail to Canyon Creek   99.70
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,991.05
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief  239.84
$95,149.83
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance  173.78
Total expenditure, Cariboo District  (North)     $94,976.05 CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (o) :   Roads.
Equipment-sheds-Williams Lake   $370.27
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
3. Beaver Valley   $188.40
196. Bridge Lake   188.00
4. Chilcotin Main   347.75
5. Cariboo Main   2,284.32
5. Cariboo Main  (Soda Creek-Williams Lake)  739.65
72. Clinton-Williams Lake   881.80
131. Canim Lake  ■  729.30
15. Horsefly Main   743.55
18. Likely Main   510.50
210. Likely-Keithley  :  729.20
21. Mission   150.00
$7,492.47
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $7,862.74
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $7,797.06
Direct Relief  (F)— Roads   432.94
$8,230.00
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief   94.76
Total, Unemployment Relief         8,324.70
Vote 182.—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Beaver Lake-Beavermouth  $127.05
3. Beaver Valley   965.30
100. Buffalo Lake-Edwards Lake  252.85
213. Bradford     50.00
111. Beaver Valley-Antoine Lake  102.50
187. Bates     89.00
196. Bridge  Lake   (north)  570.00
197. Bradley     100.00
199. Beedv Creek   91.00
202. Boyd-Farmer    _  100.00
204. Boyle    '.  50.00
4. Chilcotin  Main    2,166.22
5. Cariboo  Main    7,568.76
5. Cariboo Main (Soda Creek-Williams Lake Section)  2,006.15
9.  Chimney Valley   76.00
72. Clinton-Williams Lake  1,500.90
121. Canoe Creek-Gang Ranch  1,268.67
131. Canim Lake   2,003.98
125. Dog Creek-Churn Creek  985.97
126. Deka Lake   100.20
217. DuBois    99.90
200. Donnelly   150.00
130. Empire Valley   362.65
189. Exeter-McKinley     50.00
184. Green Lake-Lone Butte  50.90
11. Horsefly-Woodjam   115.50
15. Horsefly Main   3,367.98
42. Horsefly-Horsefly Lake   492.13
78. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake   415.00
134. Horse Lake-Roe Lake  760.70
24. Knife Creek   100.00
185. Keithley-North Fork   124.00
18. Likely  Main   '.  3,915.78
210. Likely-Keithley   1,710.00
Carried forward     $31,889.09    $16,187.50 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)--Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—C ontinued.
Brought forward  $31,889.09    $16,187.50
Reg. No.
90. Likely-Cedar Creek   65.20
84. Likely-Spanish Lake   218.80
140. Little Timothy Mountain   268.00
214. Lake     85.15
21. Mission  152.61
12. Mile 108-Horsefly   593.85
17. Mile 156-Williams Lake  95.60
136. Mile Ill-Mirage Lake  250.00
212. Mile 150 Creek  233.18
211. Mile 108-Hickling   121.70
145. Mile 93-Lone Butte-Bridge Lake  2,877.18
142. McKinley-Ogden   295.78
198. North Bonaparte    50.00
70. Peavine Ridge  1,177.10
99. Pearson's  100.00
25. Quesnel-Quesnel Lake   168.00
146. Rapheal-Meason   250.00
86. Spokin Lake   320.40
215. Thomas     50.00
216. Tyee Lake   150.00
29.  Upper Horsefly   501.47
154. Upper Dog Creek   573.00
127. Valley   341.25
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)  241.99
Supervision    ,  2,559.58
Plant and tools  5,277.92
Total, Vote 1S2—Roads, Trails, etc       48,906.85
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
436. Barnes     $368.99
387. Bradley Creek   104.00
308. Bradley Creek, No. 1  82.20
177. Beaver Creek, No. 1  172.49
10. Borland Hill, No. 2  1,372.91
434. Bell Creek   148.66
9. Borland, No. 1  774.85
311. Churn Creek   3,649.57
433. Dry Gulch  ...  ....  126.00
437. Faessler     377.37
438. King     661.31
331. Lillev    -  1,270.22
362. Lone Butte  !  994.88
435. Little Lake   225.69
161. Lemon Creek  575.82
397. Morrison   149.00
47.  Springfield     100.20
158. Vimy   475.20
441. 6-Mile  Creek    79.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  333.51
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance       12,041.87
Vote 182—Ferries.
6. Woodjam  (Horsefly)    $47.20
Total. Vote 182—Ferries  47.20
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
210. Likely-Keithley     $1,599.53
84. Likely-Spanish Lake   198.00
236. Road to lease of O. Sandberg  250.00
Carried fonvard  $2,047.53    $77,183.42 M 58
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (SOUTH)—Continued.
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,047.53    $77,183.42
Reg. No.
235. Road to placer lease of J. Shaw..
234. Upper Horsefly 	
150.00
141.95
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Total expenditure, Cariboo District   (South)	
Total expenditure, Cariboo District  $174,498.95
2,339.48
$79,522.90
$448.16
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
12r. Abbotsford-Mission   	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
4r. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision  (gravelling)       $10,400.00
6r. New Sumas Highway        65,333.06
8b. Trans-Provincial  (culvert at Elk Creek)           0,041.78
$81,774.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (o) :   Roads.
6r. Trans-Provincial, Yale Road Revision (Abbotsford-Delair Section)     $34,973.28
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (o) :   Bridges.
8b. Chilliwack  River         $1,823.38
62b. Vedder River          5,767.29
$117,196.28
$7,590.07
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):   Bridges.
6b. Overhead crossing over C.P.R. and B.C.E. Rly. tracks      $10,858.81
62b. Vedder River   624.46
$11,483.27
Total, Capital Account—Bridges 	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a):   Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale  Ferry        $11,935.00
Total, Capital Account—Ferries 	
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Unemployment Relief:   Roads.
Government Subdivision at Abbotsford        $1,146.57
Total, Capital Account—Unemployment Relief:   Roads 	
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
6. Huntingdon  Townsite   $470.59
8. Columbia Valley    2.116.43
9. Chilliwack River         1,130.63
12. Sumas  Mountain    910.75
13. Clayburn-Straiton     249.95
19,073.94
11,935.00
1,146.57
Carried forward       $4,878.35 $149,351.79 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 59
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT--Continue^.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,878.35 $149,351.79
Reg. No.
16. Rosedale Ferry   287.11
Vedder River  (bank-protection)     1,239.77
Snow-removal     212.14
Plant and tools   1,519.03
$8,136.40
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
4b. Trans-Provincial   $4,230.04
5r. Trans-Provincial   24.37
6r. Trans-Provincial  14,561.80
7b. Abbotsford-Huntingdon   1,070.82
8b. Trans-Provincial   -  3,224.90
9r. Rosedale Ferry   557.11
11b. Abbotsford Village    18.75
12r. Abbotsford-Mission     7,616.39
61r. Yale   0,301.90
59b. Vye     484.83
60b. Vedder Mountain   31.32
61b. Vedder Mountain    648.04
62b. Sardis    212.00
64a. Delair  649.09
$40,237.96
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       48,374.36
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4r. Great Northern Railway  (overhead crossing)  $98.67
6r. Pump-house Canal   214.05
8r. Achelitz   85.90
8b.  McGillivray     51.70
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  147.70
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance  598.02
Vote 182—Ferries.
1. Agassiz-Rosedale  $6,084.23
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landings   1,810.06
Ferries generally   140.00
Total, Vote 182—Ferries          8,034.29
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District  $206,358.46
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia  Highway         $2,495.58
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia  Highway         $4,941.23
87. Golden-Yoho Park   7,056.85
$11,998.08
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $14,493.66
Carried fonvard     $14,493.66 M 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $14,493.66
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (o) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
40. Kootenay     $3,840.19
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
34. Channel     $1,000.00
40. Kootenay     11,600.04
$12,600.64
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        16,440.83
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $28,447.28
Direct Relief  (F) —Roads   388.68
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   1,774.80
$30,610.76
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  195.46
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,180.03
Total, Unemployment Relief        31,986.25
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highwav  $19,S94.62
2. West Side   2,878.46
3. Golden-Donald   (lower)     190.86
4. Toby     221.00
5. Horsethief     99.50
0. Athalmer     102.50
7. Campbell   148.50
10. Forster's Landing   177.39
11. Wilmer Pontoon   129.00
13. Canyon Creek   328.00
14. Mitchell     78.05
20. Toby Hill   318.30
34. Oberg and Johnson   382.00
36. Holmes and Deakin   458.25
37. Blaeberry School   246.75
38. Moberly  Branch    354.50
42. Golden-Donald   (upper)     548.00
50. Moberly School   363.50
58. Sanborn     70.91
61. Grainger   116.12
67. Dejordie    76.97
83. Chalmer     120.00
84. Hawke     264.00
87. Golden-Yoho    5,945.61
202. Third Avenue, Golden   193.25
204. First Avenue, Golden   57.00
205. Third Street, Golden   50.00
206. Second Street, Golden   50.00
209. Wapta Street, Golden   200.00
210. Calgary Street, Golden   50.00
211. Alberta Street, Golden   120.50
212. Cariboo Street, Golden   175.00
213. Cassiar Street, Golden  50.00
214. River Street West, Golden   50.00
217. Alexander Avenue, Golden   268.75
218. Victoria Avenue, Golden   50.00
219. River Street, Golden   75.00
220. Montana Street, Golden  75.00
Carried forward  $34,977.29    $62,920.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
M 61
COLUMBIA DISTniCT-^Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $34,977.29    $62,920.74
Reg. No.
243. Second Street, Invermere   75.37
245. Bruce Avenue, Invermere   149.00
246. Grand Drive, Invermere   88.50
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden   709.87
274. Victoria Avenue, Windermere   121.00
280. Golden-Big Bend   1,049.09
286. Burns Avenue, Canal Flats   372.10
287. Luek Avenue, Canal Flats   194.82
288. Stevens Avenue, Canal Flats   135.12
289. Arbuckle Road, Canal Flats   363.88
290. Dunne Road, Canal Flats   363.88
Various small roads (units under $50)  401.00
Camp equipment   10.75
Plant and tools   7,472.08
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       46,483.75
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4. Kicking Horse River   $88.14
15. Watkins    2,491.86
40. Kootenay     114.37
68. Athalmer     64.62
72. Page  2,000.00
89. No. 3 Creek   148.00
166. Oluk     63.25
167. Opoots   131.25
169. Passiooks    73.50
212. Yoho    134.13
213. Park     71.75
232. McCaull     360.00
233. Lavington Creek   350.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  157.44
Total, Vote 182—Bridges          6,248.31
Vote 182—Ferries.
Donald    $398.96
Total, Vote 182—Ferries   398.90
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
48. Boulder Creek Road   $250.20
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  250.20
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief   250.00
$116,551.96
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance  -  568.40
Total expenditure, Columbia District   $115,983.56
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails
to Mineral Areas.
132. Nimpkish River         $1,300.30
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas       $1,300.30
Carried fonvard       $1,300.30
6 M 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $1,300.30
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
32b. Courtenay  (arterial)    $326.88
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
196. Island Highway   $15,322.25
105. Dove Creek    2,521.67
144. Vose  59.56
256. Tribune Bay   273.50
210. Howe's     300.00
267. Read Island   152.50
$18,629.48
Total, Capital Account—Roads        18,956.36
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1.930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
289. Dove  Creek         $2,511.85
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
13S. Reece          9,520.86  '
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       12,032.71
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  $49,642.96
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads  646.44
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads  499.00
Non-contributory (G)—Roads  4,789.57
$55,577.97
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  647.48
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  658.25
Total, Unemployment Relief        50,883.70
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alert Bay   $739.87
2. Anderton   162.10
3. Back     303.13
5. Burns     323.10
8. Comox   493.16
9. Cumberland     857.24
10. Headquarters   815.29
11. Royston    :  830.94
12. Bevan    280.60
13. Comox  Lake           ' 357.61
14. Lazo     566.37
18. Condensery   81.64
23. Cache Creek Trail  107.90
25. Bridge's     184.77
28. Ryan   85.99
29. Smith     245.91
30. Union     107.80
35. Manson   67.50
36. Bartholomew    97.05
38. Seaford   280.40
39. Miller     138.50
43. Gorge Harbour  155.20
44. Trent   58.98
46. Robertson   96.40
48. Squirrel  Cove    419.04
Carried fonvard ,       $7,856.49    $89,173.07 COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $7,856.49    $89,173.07
Reg. No.
49. Campbell River   1,312.29
51. East    :  229.90
52. Lacon  497.11
54. Denman     134.52
55. North-central     54.35
56. North-west   357.75
60. Endall   422.09
61. Buttle Lake Trail   148.00
62. Fraser   181.18
64. Gainsberg   126.63
67. Knight     153.70
71. Hardy  Bay    752.92
72. Kains Lake Trail  214.25
76. Central   267.30
77. Goose Spit  '.  161.85
78. Harwood   229.25
79. Mountain    363.75
82. St. John's Point   227.00
84. Strachan     68.50
89. Kelland    ,  101.55
91. Kye Bay  :  89.12
93. Lake Trail   477.07
96. Little River   526.78
105. Dove Creek  439.46
106. Howard     238.38
107. Coleman    387.29
108. Left   88.78
109. Larkin '.  50.35
110. Mitchell     83.62
111. Merville     52.03
113. Tsolum    354.03
115. Williams ....' :  251.56
125. McKelvie     107.46
128. McCallum   62.33
129. Piercy   73.33
131. Malcolm Island  370.05
133. Mitchell Bay   102.00
142. Embleton  61.20
156. Sharpe     328.76
157. Ronald     86.00
160. Frenchman   114.25
161. Hern  103.04
162. Sayward   1,983.89
169. Riley Trail   76.00
185. Cape Mudge  :  143.73
188. Heriot Bay    763.56
189. Hyacinth Bay   658.28
191. West   730.19
196. Island Highway  20,045.86
200. Maurelle  Island  307.50
202. Masters   196.96
203. Marine Drive   69.50
209. Torrence   51.92
216. Woodham  349.77
233. Plateau Trail   563.97
239. Thomson     111.38
240. Taylor   69.86
250. Tribune Bay   218.27
253. Owen   120.38
260. Scott   107.00
261. Owen Bay Trail  151.00
263. Buena Vista   1  67.10
Carried fonvard     $45,093.39    $89,173.07 COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Roads,
Brought forward  $45,093.39    $89,173.07
Reg. No.
267. Read Island  '.  576.65
268. Read Island School Trail   187.05
269. Lambert Trail   64.28
273. Rendezvous Island Trail   50.00
274. Crescent Street, Cumberland  _  65.75
280. Englewood Trail   61.60
282. Issac    78.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  1,181.85
32r. Courtenay  (arterial)    774.78
3b. Courtenay  (secondary)     149.68
54b. Courtenay  (secondary)    92.12
Plant and tools  12,259.11
General Foreman, salary and expenses  2,241.50
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       62,875.76
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
5. Brown   $1,524.31
7. Bridge's, No. 1   277.75
57. Harrigan  78.22
72. Cassidy   1,634.85
86. Radford     102.40
96. Laurence   310.67
104. May's     89.30
107. Minto School   138.89
110. McKelvie    .'  625.29
138. Reece  167.49
141. Lawson   54.75
150. Sacht's Crossing   446.81
151. McDonald   90.00
156. Cook     190.46
157. Settle   542.24
158. Third   Crossing     88.15
162. Vose     73.44
164. Gagne    146.00
197. Tsable    134.24
236. Macpherson     307.31
237. Napier   528.81
241. Armishaw   415.30
272. Filberg     188.42
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  360.67
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          8,515.77
Vote 182—Ferries.
Denman Island   $4,946.36
Total, Vote 1S2—Ferries          4,946.36
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
265. Myra Creek  '.  $150.00
174. Alice Lake   4,641.49
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         4,791.49
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief          2,499.67
$172,802.12
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance  188.94
Total expenditure, Comox District   $172,613.18 COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
132. Island Highway (Stewart's Hill Diversion)      $15,420.53
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
23. Davis Lagoon  (bridge approaches)     $440.70
132. Island Highway (Buena Vista Hill)   120.00
$560.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
132. Island Highway         $2,899.06
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $18,880.29
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
1. Abernethy   $1,614.28
65. Meade's   2,317.13
113. Riverside     1,013.19
153. Cowichan River  (foot-bridge)    13.90
$4,958.50
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
23. Davis Lagoon          7,975.41
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        12,933.91
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $22,630.89
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   2,615.80
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   65.00
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   1,787.50
Total, Capital Account—Unemployment Relief       27,099.19
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Adshead     $216.25
7. Bench     321.17
10. Bennie-Yellow Point  281.23
11. Brenton-Page     168.93
23. Cowichan Lake   3,399.84
48. Cherry Point   164.90
32. Departure Bay   204.55
38. East Wellington   451.87
39. Extension   260.55
40. Fiddick's   66.00
50. Glenora   1,063.25
52. Grant and Dick   143.41
157. Godfrey  235.55
53. Hillbank   65.50
55. Holden-Corso     265.10
57. Heemer   177.10
58. Haslam   77.20
147. Hinks-Parry  174.50
61. Indian   291.78
132. Island Highway         11,934.86
62. Jingle Pot  :  337.60
Carried fonvard     $20,301.14    $58,913.39 ■   . :' - ■
M 66
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $20,301.14    $58,913.39
Reg. No.
67. Koksilah-Riverside   154.23
176. Kilpatrick  -  52.75
70. Lakeside   494.36
8. Mount Benson   02.32
35. Minetown   96.10
85. Michael and Doole   513.09
87. Miller     82.70
90. Mountain    152.20
198. Marble Bay   141.50
80. McLean's     93.00
24. North  Shore    2,183.60
69. Nanaimo Lakes  719.63
197. Neen     123.30
95. Old Koksilah   806.19
98. Old Victoria (trunk)    340.38
103. Patricia     135.66
106.  Quennell   420.75
110. Riverside     139.40
25. Scotchtown     61.60
27. South Shore   379.65
113. Sahtlam River   594.23
121. South Wellington   1,375.87
122. South  Forks    376.05
129.  Thomas-Yellow Point    996.09
131. Takala     174.23
169. Timberland   62.35
193. Townsite   73.00
134. Wallich  '.  172.49
136. Waters  167.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  963.06
Tools and plant   3.201.49
Supervision Account, Ladysmith   2,131.65
Haulage-trucks  8,913.25
Explosives  Account    36.50
$46,690.81
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
Trans-Canada (Arterial 31r)   '.  $3,515.33
Trans-Canada (Arterial 68r)    90.00
Trans-Canada (Arterial 71r)   4.00
Cowichan Lake  (Primary Highway 63a)  181.31
Quamichan Lake (Secondary Highway 36b)  191.33
$3,981.97
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       50,672.78
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
15. Clemclemlitz  $99.40
19. Koksilah   77.95
23. Davis Lagoon  97.00
31. East Wellington, No. 1  1,160.21
35. Flett's   84.66
39. Haslam Creek   (tee)  582.58
64. Manson Creek   56.00
73. Mountain    97.70
75. Mcintosh     343.13
78. Nanaimo River (canyon)  132.47
79. No  name   '.  134.56
83. No name  (Koksilah Flats)  397.04
Carried fonvard  $3,262.76 $109,586.17 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 67
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued'.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $3,262.76 $109,586.17
Reg. No.
91. No name   911.13
111. Quamiehan          ...        ..         . 74.03
118. Slide  475.99
119. Somenos    214.84
121. Solmie's     85.67
129. Waterworks   524.79
130. Waterloo     734.76
133. Westwood's     1,002.38
158. Tiesus  196.66
161. Stoney   69.95
162. Swift  ... 74.64
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  666.65
30. Duncan Wagon  51.67
$8,345.92
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
3. Barkley   (Arterial 31r)  $60.00
4. Bonsall  (Arterial 31r)  185.71
14. Chemainus River   (Arterial 31r)  1,056.29
29. Dodd's   (Arterial 31r)  63.45
33. Evans  (Arterial 31r)  69.27
156. Dunning (Primary 63a)  323.40
157. Roberts   (Primary 63a)  539.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  25.25.
$2,322.37
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance        10,668.29
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   13.00
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief         2,896.09
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
El Capitan Trail '.  $300.00
Sutton Trail   100.00
Trail to Cascade Group  50.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  450.00
Total expenditure,  Cowichan-Newcastie District   $123,613.55
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Aldridge Hill)     $3,000.00
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Yahk Section)     10,000.00
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Aldridge  Section)  5,078.83
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Aldridge Diversion)     672.56
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Curzon Junction, Goatfell)    3,412.90
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Curzon Junction, Kingsgate)  87.10
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Van Home Street)   2,129.30
44. McGinty   0.000.00
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley            3,000.00
Approaches to Curzon Bridge          4,098.71
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a)—Roads     $37,479.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Credit balance          3,418.05
Total,  Capital Account—Roads '     $34,061.35
Carried fonvard     $34,061.35 M 68
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $34,061.35
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
36. Wycliffe     $124.85
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
172. Ward's Ranch   $8,693.48
56. Curzon     7,161.67
$15,855.15
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       15,980.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  $43,343.60
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads  '    1,000.04
Direct Relief  (F)— Roads  4,389.73
Non-contributory—Roads    .'  2,043.27
$50,776.64
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,494.01
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  3,390.93
Total, Unemployment Relief       55,661.58
Vote 182.—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $17,226.48
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley  6,233.95
3. Mission   115.75
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek   90.00
7. Smith Lake   103.44
8. Gold Creek  344.00
10. Haha Creek  192.00
15. Kootenay-Columbia     2,271.24
17. Mission-Wycliffe   591.78
18. St. Mary Lake  680.51
20. Torrent   235.50
22. Wycliffe-Cherry Creek  112.25
23. Clarke   117.50
24. Perry Creek  '. ,  155.00
29.  Curzon Junction  664.02
31. Eager Hill-Fort Steele  373.21
38. Mission-Fort Steele   62.50
39. Wardner-AValdo     164.00
44. McGinty   50.00
51. Cranbrook-Wycliffe     251.30
56. Morrison Subdivision   135.00
61. Waldo   250.50
84. Kelly   102.50
86. Wycliffe Branch   100.0$
88. McClure    51.00
103. Skookumchuck     99.00
130. Howard Street, Kimberley  135.55
131. Spokane Street, Kimberley  296.55
132. Ross Street, Kimberley  150.00
133. Mark Street, Kimberley  77.00
138. Burdette Street, Kimberley  147.88
142. McKenzie Street, Kimberley '..  100.00
143. Chapman Street, Kimberley  150.00
164. Deer Park Avenue, Kimberley  138.30
165. Wallinger Avenue, Kimberley  290.46
Carried forward  $32,258.17 $105,702.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
223. Nuisance Ground 	
233. Chapman Road, Kimberley	
400. St. Mary Trail	
401. Whitefish Trail 	
404.  South Fork Trail	
Sundry roads (units under $50)	
Garage    ,	
Plant and tools	
Superintendence    ,	
$32,258.17 $105,702.93
50.00
171.50
116.90
91.05
50.20
331.32
3,402.94
10,158.92
2,427.91
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
70. Aldridge  	
52. Flemming 	
75. Haha Creek 	
62. Jensen   	
67. Kingsgate 	
95. Log Cabin 	
28. Manigley 	
124. Munroe 	
223. Marpole   	
275. Mission 	
37. McPhee 	
153. Rainy Creek 	
220. Rainy Creek	
11.  St.  Joseph  	
202. St. Joseph Creek	
197. Torrent Slough 	
198. Torrent Slough 	
204. Toehty   	
36. Wycliffe   	
14. Waldo 	
42. Wasa   	
78. Westport   	
79. Westport   	
69. Yahk  	
Sundry bridges  (units under $50).
Total, Vote 182—Bridges .
Vote 182—Ferries.
Bechtel
138.18
250.00
74.98
339.37
100.00
59.13
100.00
599.39
300.99
1,202.01
100.00
50.00
50.00
182.10
367.52
100.00
112.17
98.15
142.24
100.00
719.12
204.90
59.65
495.70
150.95
$25.50
Total, Vote 182—Ferries..
6,096.55
25.50
ArOTE 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
55. Granite Quarry   $249.50
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc	
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief 	
249.50
2,894.64
Vote 186a—^employment Relief  (B) :   Unorganized Territory.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway        $1,498.59
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief (B) :   Unorganized Territory.
1,498.59
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  $165,526.62 .
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Kuskonook-Gray Creek        $8,062.50
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
29. Canyon-Porthill  $2,844.64
40. Creston-Kuskonook     3,984.58
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   31,490.26
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   14,271.93
Eraser's Landing approach   18.00
$52,609.41
	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
38. Creston-Goatfell   $80.00
40. Creston-Kuskonook     7,171.84
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   45,134.02
Lister—Idaho Boundary  3,233.25
100. Nelson-Balfour   12,537.37
102. Nelson-U.S.  Boundary    7,315.52
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   22.185.6S
$97,657.68
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $158,329.59
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
54. Grady       $2,127.02
84. Kootenay Valley   829.25
284. Wynndel          2,636.81
$5,593.08
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
171. No. 15, Nelson-U.S. Boundary          $4,642.49
216. No. 2,  Salmo-Trail    50.40
233. No. 3, Sheep Creek          3,404.43
$8,097.32
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         13,090.40
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads    $49,417.18
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   1,975.26
Direct Relief  (F)— Roads  2,709.93
Non-contributory—Roads     536.25
$54,638.62
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         2,006.30
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         3,621.37
Total, Unemployment Relief       60,266.29
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
17. Bonnington     $97.60
18. Boswell-Kuskonook     192.46
19. Boswell-La  France    175.00
27a. Campbell     909.55
28. Canyon City   289.30
29. Canyon-Porthill            , S66.68
31. Carney's  Mill  102.00
Carried forward       $2,632.59 $232,286.28 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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CRESTON DISTRICT—'Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,632.59 $232,286.28
Reg. No.
33. Columbia River   244.00
34. Corn  Creek  .-.  200.00
36. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek   120.64
37. Creston-Erickson     125.50
38. Creston-Goatfell   2,783.18
40. Creston-Kuskonook     2,455.45
41. Creston-Lister   66.01
41a. Creston-Porthill   466.82
42. Creston-Summit Creek   148.00
43. Creston  (west)    195.00
48. East Robson (north)   694.09
49. Elsie Holmes   401.00
56. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   88.00
58. Fruitvale Subdivision   675.89
63. Granite  (upper)    685.70
64. Gray Creek-La France   341.10
70. Harrop-Procter   608.91
78. Knox  57.05
Kuskonook-Gray Creek  !  562.41
84. Lindsay  70.25
91. Marsden    72.00
100. Nelson-Balfour  ,  10,234.50
101. Nelson-Castlegar     14,377.85
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   11,035.88
104. Pass Creek   670.15
107. Procter streets   176.62
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   717.38
110. Queens Bay-Balfour   347.38
112. Reno   >  103.90
114. Rosebud  380.27
118. Salmo streets   54.00
119. Salmo-Trail   1,387.36
121. Second  Relief   202.50
122. Sheep Creek   538.75
128. Slocan River  2,408.04
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille    9,601.53
143. Ymir Townsite   212.17
144. Ymir-AVilcox   r  100.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)     356.46
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses  :  1,962.25
Auto  expenses  87.28
Plant and tools   1,879.21
New equipment   4,379.25
17. Cultus Trail   320.00
45. Midge Creek Trail   110.00
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       75,337.52
Atote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Bridge over old Kettle A^alley road-bed   $3,034.92
Foot-bridge over Salmon River   100.00
Beaver Creek   132.90
84. Kootenay Valley   1,488.99
122. Nelson-Balfour, No. 1  100.00
131. Kokanee Creek   60.00
134. Redfish  146:84
143. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 5   438.54
144. Taghum     2,347.83
150. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 12   1,185.99
153. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 15   90.00
154. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 16   05.00
'   Carried fonvard  $9,221.01 $307,623.80 M 72 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $9,221.01 $307,623.80
Reg. No.
155. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 17   105.50
156. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 18   586.49
162. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 6   147.00
165. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 9   120.75
169. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 13   165.00
171. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 15   288.88
-176. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 20   70.00
177. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 21   135.00
178. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 22   145.00
186. Pass Creek, No. 1   70.20
189. Pass Creek, No. 4   89.41
190. Pass Creek, No. 5   110.00
268. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 2   339.64
273. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 7   257.70
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    185.54
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance        12,037.12
Vote 182—Ferries.
Harrop-Longbeach   $3,558.06
Kuskonook River   3,956.84
Kuskonook   23,946.00
Slocan River   111.90
Total, Vote 182—Ferries        31,572.80
Vote 182—Surveys.
38. Creston-Goatfell   $131.30
Kitchener-Goatfell   !  336.40
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   22.00
Total, Vote 182—Surveys  489.70
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Black Cock Mine    $67.50
Second Relief Road   250.00
Goodenough Mine Road  144.00
Road to California Group   25.00
Bridge over the Salmon River   125.00
Summit  Creek  Trail    50.00
Midge Creek Trail   150.00
Ymir-AVilcox   100.00
Rover Creek-Whitewater Creek Trail   25.00
Trail to Old Timer and Dumas Mineral Claim   250.00
Forty-nine Creek Wagon-road   149.88
Hall Creek Road  287.00
Forty-nine Creek Trail   50.00
Road to Clubine Comstock Gold Mines   400.00
Granite-Poorman Road   30.00
Athabasca-California Road   127.50
Trail to Referendum  25.00
Hall Creek Trail   200.00
Trail to Catherine and King's gold properties  300.00
Trail to property of Keystone Gold Silver  200.00
Road to Nevada Mineral Claim   40.00
Branch road to Perrier Mine   61.25
Reno Mine and Sheep Creek Roads   303.13
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,360.26
$355,083.68
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance -  84.42
Total expenditure, Creston District   $354,999.20 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 7 (a) :   Roads,
Reg. No.
15b. Peace Arch       $2,250.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
3r. Yale Road Revision  (Langley-Brown)  $11,159.50
15b. Peace Arch '.  1,805.58
68a. Ladner Trunk   3,202.65
Ladner Ferry approach   365.75
Machinery-shed-Cloverdale   405.77
$16,939.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (o) :   Roads.
3r. Trans-Provincial  (Brown-Coghlan)    $1,049.50
13r. Pacific Highway   2,199.48
15b. Peace Arch   1,526.88
Machinery-shed-Cloverdale   5,394.95
$10,170.81
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $29,360.06
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6   (a) :   Ferries.
Ladner Ferry Landing     $14,814.80
Total, Capital Account—Ferries       14,814.80
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8. Nicomekl   (Arterial 13b)       $5,664.37
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Haldi Island, credit balance         2,453.76
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         3,210.61
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e)—Unemployment Relief:   Roads.... $51,467.15
"B.C.  Loan Act,  1931,"  Sec. 6   (e)—Direct Relief   (P)  4,086.45
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e)— Non-contributory   (G)     39.76
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,638.78
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  5,977.90
Total, Unemployment Relief       63,210.04
Vote 182.—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Ladner Ferry approach  $287.40
Roads, Barnston  Island  190.53
Snow-removal     78.00
Plant and tools  5,657.74
Sundry roads  4.00
$6,217.67
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
2b. Trans-Provincial        $4,216.35
3r. Trans-Provincial          6,961.47
13e. Pacific Highway          5,341.39
Carried forward     $16,519.21 $110,595.51 DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways—Continued.
Brought fonvard '.     $16,519.21 $110,595.51
Reg. No.
15r. Peace Arch   308.29
54e. Yale   410.48
40b. Boundary Bay   700.72
61a. Scott  .'  606.25
68a. Ladner Trunk   536.30
69a. Scott   170.81
69b. MeLellan     143.52
87b. Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue  184.37
89b. Johnston   724.87
90b. Campbell River   486.43
$20,791.25
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc -.       27,008.92
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Canoe Pass  $774.68
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  14.11
$788.79
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
3r. Bertrand Creek   $125.20
3r. Nieomekl     144.20
2b. Clayton   99.30
2b. Serpentine River  99.30
$468.00
Total, A^ote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance         1,256.79
Vote 182—Ferries.
Barnston  Island          $3,173.27
Total, Vote 182—Ferries         3,173.27
ArOTE 182—Wharves.
Barnston Island Ferry Landings       $2,298.11
Total,  Vote 182—Wharves         2,298.11
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief.
Unemployment Relief  $999.17
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief  999.17
Vote 183—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Hall's Prairie and Brown  $468.33
Total, Vote 183—Local Roads within Organized Territory.....  468.33
Total expenditure, Delta District '.. $145,800.10
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  (Section 5)  $6.00
23r. Trans-Provincial        10,462.86
$10,468.86 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 75
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
loco Townsite (improvement of Fourth Avenue)  $2,429.68
20r. Dewdney Trunk (fill under sidewalk)  689.13
Nicomen Island Highway Protection  9,348.57
Hyde and Buker   215.05
21b. Trans-Provincial   3,208.00
22r. Trans-Provincial   3,547.08
67r. Central Arterial Highway  .'  9,491.23
$28,928.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
21r. Trans-Provincial   $40.00
22r. Trans-Provincial  ,  14,775.89
23r. Trans-Provincial  -.  5,747.85
25r. Trans-Provincial   848.54
67r. Central Arterial   16,215.45
75r. Central Arterial  2,876.00
Ronnie  271.43
Coquitlam Warehouse (construction)  1,827.35
Hatzic Prairie AVarehouse   (construction)  3,142.64
$45,745.15
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Territory.
Cardinell  .'       $2,498.90
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
67r.  Central Arterial         $3,499.48
Coquitlam River   (highway-protection)  3,000.00
$6,499.48
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Territory.
AA^honnock  (north)    $1,919.39
South Alouette   899.07
Baker     700.22
Wilson     799.03
Best  622.93
Hunter     509.87
Laity  .-.  549.49
$6,000.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $100,141.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Deroche  $7,900.91
Suicide Creek  4,680.75
Shook     1,976.26
Cyr     1,526.25
Bridge at AVebster's Corners   10,988.19
$27,072.36
Carried fonvard - ..:  $100,141.13 M 76
PUBLIC AATORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
DEAVDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $100,141.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local
Bridges within Municipal Limits.
Coquitlam River  $7,664.29
Neaves     4,366.13
$12,030.42   .
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        39,102.78
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief :   Roads   $67,058.60
Unemployment Relief:   "Federal Relief Act, 1930"   1,194.37
Direct Relief (F)   17,681.25
Non-contributory   (G)     2,940.70
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief   5,711.51
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  8,767.46
Total, Unemployment Relief      103,353.89
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Athey     $106.50
5. Dale     914.72
6. Davis   615.74
7h. Dewdney Trunk (Section 7)   7,773.16
7i. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 8)    6,025.34
7j. Dewdney Trunk (Section 9)    4,393.00
7k. Dewdney Trunk (Section 10)    3,574.94
8. Deroche Landing    371.40
9. Durieu     246.90
11. Farms  .'.  2,725.63
13. Hawkins-Pickles   789.88
17. Ioco-Sunnyside  342.80
18. Johnston   518.88
19. Jones   78.50
20. Kilpatrick   154.71
21. Knowles  912.98
22. Malcolm    •. ;  445.56
30. Nicomen Island Trunk   897.55
33. North Nicomen   89.55
35. Rennie   1,110.75
38. Salvaster     5,384.74
41. Stave Lake   1,458.58
42. Sterling  ;.... 68.69
43. Taylor   56.10
46. Tremblay Island   94.75
47. Upper Pitt  .".  348.75
48. loco Townsite   1,635.98
51. Ioco-Belcarra     301.60
52. McKimmon  60.60
55. Smith     216.90
67. Ross  254.42
68. Lennox    96.00
Nicomen Dyke   541.20
Colony Farm Dykes  390.43
Coquitlam Warehouse  692.49
Haney Warehouse    65.14
Snow-removal     485.37
Plant and tools  „  3,668.39
Sundry roads   250.62
$48,159.24
Carried forward :  $242,597.80 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 77
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $242,597.80
ArOTE 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Reg. No. Highways.
10b. Coquitlam   $2,110.20
18r. Dewdney Trunk   1,296.69
19r. Dewdney Trunk  2,551.36
20r. Dewdney Trunk  1,068.80
21r. Trans-Provincial    5,110.06
22r. Trans-Provincial   10,161.61
23r. Trans-Provincial   2,215.69
24r. Abbotsford-Mission     392.71
25r. Trans-Provincial  816.02
57b. loco-Port Moody  798.53
58r. Silverdale-Mission     0,359.53
59r. Hammond   Loop     87.50
60r. Old Dewdney Trunk and River   3,313.25
69r. Haney Loop   14.67
15b. Clarke   130.00
74b. Harris   14.70
75b. Hammond   57.09
78b. North Harris   94.44
79b. McNeil     104.02
73b. Dewdney Trunk   2,729.77
77b. Dewdney Trunk  :  1,645.62
$47,672.32
Total, A^ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       95,831.56
A'ote 182—Bridges:  Maintenance.
3. Bent '.  $92.42
41. Pitt River  3,298.54
56. 1-Mile    65.00
62. Armstrong     101.70
66. %-Mile    53.00
106-1. Mission, C.P.R  10,869.83
107. Shooke  70.14
116. Eagle Mill   1.419.70
117. Hopkins    154.25
118. Tailard  207.14
123.  Salvaster     215.01
132. Bouchier   76.50
135. Legace   157.98
145.  Morrow  57.00
151.  Nicomen Quarry      116.01
154. Nicomen    '   246.37
166. Bell's   100.52
169. Harris Creek  72.50
176. Kelly   142.92
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)     1,500.46
$19,017.65
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
18. Coquitlam (Arterial 20r)    $397.49
22. Overhead (Arterial 57r)  172.41
99. Stave River  (Arterial 58r)    128.78
Bridge at AArebster's Corners (Secondary 73b)    281.66
$380.34
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance       19.997.99
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief           0,992.26
$365,419.61
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance         4,210.70
Total expenditure, Dewdney District   $361,208.85
7 ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Island Highway      $13,018.14
Waugh Creek  1,975.89
Jordan River  (widening)  2,307.96
Raymond's Crossing   1,006.01
Sooke     1,491.96
West Sooke   443.40
Gillespie    238.85
Kangaroo    311.12
Metchosin-Happy Valley   577.30
$21,370.63
Capital Account—'■" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
West Shawnigan Lake  $217.52
Jordan River   11,028.44
Raymond's Crossing   3,437.87
Sooke River and Albert Head  484.13
Malahat   (ditching)     2,297.87
Metchosin   (producers)  48.90
Rocky Point and Kangaroo  61.50
$17,576.23
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  («) :   Roads.
Bituminous surfacing   $495.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $39,441.86
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Jacobs Creek          8,695.13
Sandstone Creek          3,990.26
Total,  Capital Account—Bridges        12,685.39
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e)—Unemployment Relief: Roads  $55,857.33
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (e)—Unemployment Relief:   Roads  4,545.15
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931,"  Sec. 6   (e)—Unemployment. Relief:  Roads—
Direct Relief  (F)  2,747.37
Non-contributory   3,313.64
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Direct Relief  1,172.99
Special Warrant No. 18.    Direct Relief  2,504.05
Total, Unemployment Relief       70,140.53
A'ote 1S2—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
6. Admiral's    $192.82
203. Aikman   302.21
1. Albert Head   931.94
278. Bassett    168.25
9. Barrow    60.50
17. Beecher Bay  '  138.00
15. Belmont     437.84
206. Blogg  104.00
212. Boulding   146.12
23. Brown   348.35
13. Beach     801.74
19. Beresford    122.51
26. Cameron-Taggart   283.27
36.  Cuthbert   50.00
272. Church     114.65
Carried fonvard :..      $4,202.20 $122,267.78 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads.
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $4,202.20 $122,267.78
Reg. No.
34. Colman   !  90.00
279. Cogan     58.00
216. Dundas   69.50
45. Dunford     474.15
47. East   Sooke    1,763.81
51. Fosber     196.00
50. Finlayson Arm    127.25
157. Fitzgerald   S'i.18
175. Florence Lake   39123
183. Forbay     316.62
53. Freeman    50.00
66. Gillespie    782.34
57. Glen Lake  271.12
56. Glintz    195.30
59. Grant     235.15
61. Goldstream Cross-road   172.67
68. Halhed     471.80
69. Happy  Valley    1,144.73
74. Gelgesen    90.40
73. Helmeken   295.10
188. Hillbank   140.50
27. Hutchinson     150.00
76. Island Highway  13,426.95
79. Jordan River   3,489.29
100. Kangaroo    1,070.00
82. Kemp Lake   62.80
84. Koksilah-Riverside   242.40
81. Kaltasin    106.30
200. Kingsley  51.50
00. Latoria  567.11
91. Lakeside  235.20
87. Lagoon     160.03
96. Manley     50.00
106. Morris   75.50
97. Maple     154.40
178. Meredith   100.00
99. Metchosin     986.12
102. Millstream Lake   1,463.99
101. Millstream     ...  1,010.42
111. Muir    109.35
112. Munn's  1,424.52
117. Miller     612.49
141. Mill  Bay  Cross-road  102.62
107. Mill   300.97
98. McKenzie-Luxton   85.63
114. Neild    65.99
191. Nutall    50.00
117. Old Trunk    5,813.30
273. Port Renfrew District  5,397.47
126. Philip     116.28
173. Pendray     110.00
130. Quarantine   403.54
183. Rocky Point   1,865.72
133. Ross-Dnrrance    '.  1,892.35
253. Sea    :  120.00
145. Shawyer   190.25
141. Sbawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-road  267.14
140. Shepherd   .....  50.00
95. Sherrlngham Point  -  206,00
135. Skid   - 932.00
142. Silver Mine   103.00
147. Sooke  4.101.87
149. Station     469.59
Carried forward  $59,826.14 $122,267.78 M 80
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $59,826.14 $122,267.78
Reg. No.
148. Sooke River   61.10
152. Sylvester   52.00
182.  Solarium     1,495.02
154. Taylor  110.00
155. Telegraph  :.. 191.89
156. Thain     144.00
157. Thetis Lake   138.41
198. View Royal   71.25
192. West Coast  248.50
162. Wiffen  Spit  108.80
164. Wilder   50.00
196. Wilfert  118.70
105. Wilkinson   150.00
197. Witty Beach   151.15
172. Wright    '.  89.20
16. Wishart     90.00
143. Welch   :  77.72
174. Young Lake   50.00
211. Brown Trail  207.00
212. School   550.35
210.  Cannery     459.45
215. Empress  177.39
Sundry roads (units under $50)  1,016.12
Auto Account   420.39
Material Account  .'  244.46
Plant and tools  9,422.50
Surveys   37.55
Supervision     2,947.21
Traffic operations, including snow-removal  684.48
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       79,390.78
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Atkins  :  $528.48
Hannington  64.44
Goldstream   682.04
Beach     856.13
McKenzie    193.64
Happy Valley   2,613.05
Trenchard   87.56
Halley   242.38
Curve     102.00
McLennan  77.10
Botanical    705.62
Millstream     245.89
Pethick   1,767.66
La Fortune  160.00
Sooke  (footpath)     611.80
San Juan   1,046.20
Sundry bridges  (units under $50) :  907.89
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance       10,891.88
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Upper Leach River  $150.00
Bridge Sooke River to Leachtown r  202.50
Log-jamb,  Sooke River Bridge  50.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  402.50
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief         2,845.80
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  $215,798.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 81
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  $2,990.00
1. Trans-Provincial Highway (Elko Hill)   750.00
I. Trans-Provincial Highway  (McGinnis Hill)     500.00
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Jaffray)  2,346.31
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   (widening)     6,489.91
3. Elko-Roosville   2,498.,°0
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $15,581.02
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemp'oyment Relief—Roads  $50,598.66
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   2,996.77
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   945.35
Non-contributory (G) —Roads   8,447.86
$62,988.64
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  678.52
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,582.43
Total, Unemployment Relief       65,249.59
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway    $24,805.48
2. AVardner-Gateway     309.50
3. Elko-Roosville   558.90
4. Elk Valley   92.50
9. Jaffray-Baynes Lake   54.50
10. Elko-Waldo  103.90
13. Ferme-Coal Creek    360.10
31. Fort Steele-Wild Horse  274.00
42. Edwards Lake   411.29
46. Bull River  (south)     393.50
48. Maus Creek  67.14
51. McBane's Lake   135.70
78. Eimer     102.15
93. Kootenay-Columbia  River  Highway     1,640.12
94. Kootenay-Columbia River  Highway    629.51
106. Corbin   250.00
128. Fernie-Elko   69.16
132. Cubin  50.00
140. Payne  50.00
141. Gornick   192.00
142. Pisoni    140.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  138.26
Plant   5,389.14
Material    589.88
Supervision     4,092.73
Total, A7ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       40,899.40
Atote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
2. Hosmer   $202.50
5. Morrissey    571.05
6. Elko  427.46
7. Phillips   58.43
8. Elkmouth    685.11
15. Bull River Falls   850.24
34. Burnt Bridge   470.85
35. Sawmill :  227.36
49. Coal Creek   143.37
55. Fairy Creek   668.08
60. Little Fairy Creek   165.95
61. Tipple    110.66
62. Barn    119.51
Carried forward  $4,700.57 $121,730.07 M 82 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
ArOTE 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,700.57 $121,730.07
Reg. No.
03.  French Camp  72.18
. 67. Morrissey Creek  151.58
68. Rock Creek  2,750.72
76. AVasa Trestle   84.55
120. Johnson     158 40
123. 4-Mile  54.40
140. Woodland   431.91
146. Swinton  166.00
147. Tunnel      105.00
167. Pelland  294.17
109. Wardner Slough  03.04
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  479.67
Total, A^ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance   9,512.19
Total. A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief          1.349.67
Total. A'ote 186a—Unemployment Relief   3,250.02
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Corando Group Trail   ,$300.00
AArild Horse Creek Trail  300.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  600.00
Total expenditure, Fernie District    $136,441.95
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Chief Lake roads   $2,856.94
Courval   314.00
Isle Pierre roads   3,326.85
Land Settlement Area   3,247.49
Newlands   (north)   —  1,479.05
Prince George East Highway  (Aleza Lake-Longworth Section)  19,871.59
Prince George East Highway (Baker Creek Diversion)  2,864.14
Quesnel Cut-off  (Cariboo Road)     2,905.12
Shelley  (east)    3,087.42
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $39,952.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
Garvin Creek  $1,791.75
Nechako River  165.96
$1,957.71
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Baker  Creek         $2,291.89
Mud River          4.681.52
Nechako  River         99,279.25
$106,252.66
Total, Capital Account:   Bridges      108,210.37
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6   (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads     $52,743.95
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads         1,199.25
Carried fonvard     $53,943.20 $148,162.97 FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e)—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $53,943.20 $148,162.97
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads  5,249.56
Non-contributory    (G)—Roads  404.67
$59,597.43
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  2,358.94
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  2,978.86
Total, Unemployment Relief       64,935.23
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. 6-Mile Lake   $104.00
6. Douglas     78.60
7. McBride  streets    125.34
13. Dewey   (east)     420.50
14. Dome  Creek-Kidd    1,038.86
15. Wright Creek   428.56
17. Dunster-Raush  Aralley    115.42
21. Penny    : .*.  206.00
23. Fort George-Blackwater  :  1,007.65
24. Fort George-Chief Lake  1,457.05
25. Cariboo   9,677.82
26. Fort George-Hazelton   3,256.22
27. Fort  George-Giscome     114.00
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre  813.68
30. Foreman     482.47
31. Willow River-Shelley   '.  202.20
32. Goose  Country    68.70
39. Henderson     123.10
40. Red  Rock-Fraser  Canyon  05.00
41. Evasko  55.00
42. Young    147.60
43. Hoffercamp  53.42
45. Kelly   91.00
46. Dutton     277.00
47. Longworth   (south)     358.15
49. Reid Lake  62.35
52. Nichol-Isle  Pierre    413.73
53. McBride-Dunster     4,012.88
54. Mud River Valley  1,407.06
57. Nichol   139.00
58. Ness Lake  460.82
60. Buckhorn  168.00
62.  Muralt     231.50
70. Peden-Fraser River   290.65
71. Standing    '.  54.80
73. Willow River-Giscome Portage  75.00
74. Willow River   464.42
75. AVest Laki^Fraser River  81.65
84. Croydon-Dunster     954.80
85. Beavier   771.06
90. Murch  Lake        150.00
92. Oakley     237.28
93. Iverson    100.75
102. Dale     311.15
104. Shelley   (south)     89.23
106. Fort George-Yellowhead   6,648.45
111. Mount Robson  57.50
112. Haldi   100.00
114. Pain  80.00
123. Newlands   (north)     548.65
130. Queen Street   609.26
131. McGaghran     99.90
Carried forward !  $39,447.23 $213,098.20 M 84
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads.
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $39,447.23 $213,098.20
Reg. No.
135. Shelley  (east)  1,163.80
147. Cummings     189.50
148. Hiller     616.75
149. Bellos     1,065.21
154. Morgan   237.00
156. Damm's     50.72
159. Eaglet Creek   784.00
161. Central Avenue   209.38
163. Bowser    76.00
165. Tabor Creek   60.00
168. McLarty   173.44
173. Garrett    52.00
182. Bayes     100.00
183. Stragula    251.50
196. Miller     314.26
■Ji)».  Tamar-e    104.00
201. Moose Flats   475.20
202. Haddeland     640.00
203. Walls    ■...:.':  316.00
205. Roberts   ..'.  58.00
207. Fair  Grounds     106.10
208. Campbell  149.85
209. Degner    _  174.60
508. Clearwater Trail   150.00
515. Bowron River Trail  198.00
Camp equipment   144.87
Central Fort George streets  394.14
Isle Pierre roads  1,187.40
Gas and oil   299.61
Land Settlement Area  313.82
Plant   6,650.76
South Fort George streets  481.08
Supervision     2,939.25
Supervision,  auto    1,273.51
Supervision,  auto, locating Engineer's  car  60.17
Surveys,  sundry    260.85
Sundry roads  (units under $50)     764.13
Snow-removal     6,552.64
AVillow River streets  678.58
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       69,163.35
ArOTE 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
15. Bevier   $219.25
37. Dodd    198.70
44. Eaglet Creek   157.34
89. Nechako  River    1,261.77
105. Salmon River :  276.92
149. 22-Mile    164.38
203. Fraser River, Prince George  2,578.16
358. McGregor   455.13
495. McMillan    :  138.55
583. Dome Creek   298.75
709. Mitchell     350.67
110. Longworth   (south)     135.28
711. Longworth   (north)     123.28
Emperor Falls Flying Trestle  1,673.91
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance         8,032.09
Vote 182—Ferries :   Maintenance.
3. Indian Reserve   $1,036.25
9. Isle Pierre   1,388.00
Carried forward  $2,424.25 $290,293.64 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 85
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Ferries :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,424.25 $290,293.64
Reg. No.
10. Shelley     1,265.78
11. Cariboo   5.00
12. Croydon     594.00
15. Goat River   100.00
Total, Vote 182—Ferries:   Maintenance         4,389.03
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Goat  River  Bridge  to  Boulder  Creek ,  $580.75
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  580.75
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief          1,184.13
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief         2,998.50
Total expenditure, Fort George District  $299,446.05
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT  (PEACE RIVER SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Arras District   $1,000.00
Dawson Creek District   1,744.00
Fort St. John District   12,607.73
Hudson Hope District   936.95
Kilkerran  District   500.00
Montney-Nelson District   3,185.55
Pine Pass District  499.10
Pouce Coupe District  2,523.50
Progress-Groundbirch District   722.65
Rolla  District  ..'.  1,760.25
Shearerdale District   1,638.71
South Taylor District   2,973.06
Stewart District  460.50
Sunset District   968.25
Swan Lake District  2,336.50
Sweetwater District   1,739.00
Tom Lake District   689.56
Lone Prairie District   305.40
Springhill District   1,435.25
Total,  Capital Account—Roads   ."     $38,026.56
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
East Fort St. John (Beatton)       $11,524.19
York     1,129.56
$12,653.75
Capital Account-^-" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Manse       $1,374.17
Kerr            1,240.68
$2,614.85
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       15,268.60
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e)—Unemployment Relief.
Total, Unemployment Relief        40,012.77
Carried forward     $93,307.93 M 86 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT   (PEACE RIVER SECTION)— Continued.
Brought fonvard      $93,307.93
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Rolla-Pouce  Coupe    $293.28
Pouce Coupe District   406.99
Rolla District   1,126.32
Dawson Creek District   382.84
Fort St. John District   281.50
Rolla  (south)     54.95
Kilkerran  District    247.72
Rolla  (west)    141.75
Fort St. John-Taylor   122.00
Fort St. John-Fish Creek   55.00
Progress-Sunset  88.50
Dawson Creek-Rolla   90.00
Cutbank-Taylor     67.50
South Taylor District   267.68
Tupper District   215.10
Sweetwater District   57.50
Fort St. John-Hudson Hope   266.45
Fort Nelson Trail  54.00
Pouce Coupe District   165.14
Rolla District   59.32
Caldwell Road   161.00
Dawson Creek District   72.22
Arras District   106.40
Pouce  Coupe-Gundy    747.16
Swan Lake Townsite   276.15
Swan Lake (north)    166.00
Gourlay  87.18
Pouce Coupe Townsite   603.57
Pouce Coupe (east)    220.65
Riverside-Pouce Coupe   126.66
Pouce Coupe-Dawson   477.26
McCullough     91.75
Creamery     81.75
Rolla  (south)     260.35
Rolla-Braden   68.00
Rolla Landing   307.94
Rolla  (west)    '.  320.43
Dawson-Sweetwater     637.60
Spring Creek-Cutbank   228.00
Matthews    222.00
Cutbank-Taylor     1,374.90
Dawson Creek Townsite   237.12
Dawson-Devereaux     284.65
Arras-Progress     263.00
Progress-Groundbirch  426.31
Bentley    52.00
Cone    :  72.00
Tupper    ,  186.50
Fort St. John District   483.64
Taylor-Fort St. John   1,939.77
Baldonnel   (east)     53.25
Fort St. John-Stoddart   256.80
Mickelson  Hill -.  54.00
Fort St. John Townsite   444.85
Fort St. John-Indian Creek   128.01
Fort St. John-Montney   54.69
Fort St. John-Charlie Lake  ."  96.25
Stoddart-Montney     1,072.63
Charlie Lake-Bear Flats    132.00
Bear Flats-Attachie  129.50
North Montney   180.00
Spring  Creek-Cutbank    108.00
Hay's     397.75
Roads, general   276.23
Carried forward     $18,415.52    $93,307.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 87
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT  (PEACE RIVER SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $18,415.52    $93,307.93
Camp equipment   53.85
Sundry roads (units under $50)  1,221.02
Plant and tools   14,473.52
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       34,103.91
A^ote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Austin  :  $749.59
Batho    :  400.00
Beatton Ravine   728.64
Bedell     963.85
Bissette   1,495.21
Borden     299.47
Bullen   100.00
Canyon    250.00
Cochrane     147.25
Codona     233.03
Cusack     189.60
Dandridge     2,039.50
Dawson Townsite   1,518.96
Dickson  50.00
Doe Creek   148.10
Hargreaves    156.24
Holland   781.99
Hunter    1,588.10
Jamieson   1,325.55
Keith   467.49
Knudson   193.85
McWha   66.52
Mowick   188.85
Schaffner     211.75
Spiers    938.00
Wallace     1,138.89
Sundry  bridges    43.35
Young    247.40
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance        16,661.84
Vote 182—Ferries :  Maintenance.
Taylor   $4,953.82
Halfway   :  789.09
North Pine  330.86
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries :   Maintenance          6,073.77
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief          4,979.54
Total expenditure, Fort George District  (Peace River Section)  $155,186.99
Total expenditure, Fort George District  $454,633.04
GRAND FORKS-GREENAVOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa  $414.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (o) :   Roads.
Rock Creek Canyon Diversion  $235.80
Road approach, Cascade Bridge  7,480.05
Kelowna-Carmi   6,903.39
$14,619.24
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $15,033.24
Carried fonvard     $15,033.24 M 88
PUBLIC  AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
GRAND FORKS-GREENAVOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $15,033.24
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
10. Boundary Falls   $2,582.79
21. Carmi  3,707.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         6,290.51
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  $35,477.59
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads  1.70    .
Direct Relief   (F)—Roads  1,414.62
Non-contrihutory  (G)—Roads   1,S39.70
$38,733.61
Special AArarrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  439.30
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  487.81
Total, Unemployment Relief       39,660.72
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa   $23,010.10
6. Beaverdell  Station    234.25
14. Cascade-Laurier   1,179.53
15. Cascade-Paulson     349.50
18. Christina Lake roads  (west)  92.00
26. Grand Forks-Carson   (north)  70.00
30.  Grand  Forks-Franklin     4,521.72
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek Hotel  186.00
37. Italy Creek    281.85
41. Keer Creek   146.00
Kelowna-Carmi     301.80
43. Kettle River  (main)  2,844.70
44. Kettle River   (west)  1,284.13
50. Meyers  Creek    193.65
52. Mill Creek   182.00
56.  Nicholson   Creek  100.00
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster   196.20
64. Rock Mountain-Myncaster   364.50
68.  Sutherland   Creek   roads  376.50
70. Valley roads  (south)  92.00
71. Valley roads   (west)  60.00
72. Vernon-Edgewood     327.50
73. AVallace   Mountain   roads  400.00
44r. Arterial Highway   1,675.42
Sundry roads   (units under $50)  278.51
Supervision   (Foreman's wages  and  expenses)  2,577.50
Essex car   (gasoline, etc.)  741.76
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)  10,627.98
Snow-removal     5,263.21
Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       57,958.31
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Anaconda,  No.  2  $82.29
12. Boulder   390.00
14. Bridesville     306.00
18. Camp McKinney   200.00
23. Carson    :  84.00
24. Cascade  (lower)    261.90
27. Cedar, No. 27  794.28
30. Cooper     333.01
East Fork of North Fork  164.00
39. Eddy    124.00
41. First Street, No. 41  80.00
Carried forward  $2,819.48 $118,942.78 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
M 89
GRAND FORKS-GREENAVOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $2,819.48 $118,942.78
Reg. No.
46. Franklin Camp  , .'  319.50
Hall Creek   201.00
51. Hardy   682.94
54. Hollinger     277.20
55. Ingram, No. 55  106.14
62. Knoppen   98.00
64. Lynch Creek   152.75
Mesker's   61.00
66. McBride    121.00
67. McLaren   57.00
McRae, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11  448.00
87. Midway     400.53
94. Pass Creek  152.00
Bridges in Rock Creek Canyon  1,759.00
100. Rock Creek    146.42
101. Rock  Creek   (north) :  100.00
103. Rusk    66.50
107. Spaulding  '.  50.00
114. Volcanic    123.50
126. Savage     253.50
Wilson Creek   97.75
Bridges generally    1,462.90
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  319.50
Total, Arote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance       10,275.61
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Bruce  Mine    $150.00
Canyon Creek-Main Kettle River  100.00
Crystal Butte-Little Joe Group  150.00
Gold Drop   108.00
Homestake Group   200.00
Inyo-Ackworth-Cranberry  Ridge  100.00
Killarney Mine  249.90
Main Kettle River Trail  473.00
McKinney Camp  :  19.00
Paulson Road, Paulson  75.00
Paulson to prospects  97.00
Rampulo  Group    74.70
AVallace  Mountain  226.35
Total, A^ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,022.95
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief.
Boundary Falls  Camp, No. 415  $961.03
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief  961.03
Vote 186a—Unorganized Territory, 1930.
Grand Forks  (east)-Santa Rosa, No. 4 -  $249.00
Four miles west of Greenwood-Santa Rosa, No. 4  248.50
Total, Vote 186a—Unorganized Territory, 1030  497.50
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District  $132,099.87
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
22. West  Saanich    $1,537.23
27. Darling's     495.50
45. Main    4S7.50
Carried forward  $2,520.23 M 90 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,520.23
Reg. No.
57. Main North End  495.89
100. Beaver Point   948.91
116. Divide   3,925.93
Sidney sidewalks   1,492.12
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $9,383.08
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) :   Roads.
Unemployment Relief   $2,136.94
Total, Capital Account—Unemployment Relief         2,136.94
ArOTE 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Amelia Avenue   $121.00
4. Beacon Avenue    1,158.71
6. Birch   159.60
7. Breed's Cross-road   110.11
8. Centre   226.05
13. Downey    ,  121.50
14. East Saanich   835.45
15. Horth Cross-road  155.95
16. Henry Avenue   296.05
18. Madrona Drive   130.27
19. Marine Drive   97.60
20. Oakland Avenue   125.75
22. West  Saanich    1,959.50
23. Thomas  Crossing    125.14
26. Beaufort   175.70
30. Queens Avenue   220.05
33. Second  Street    67.26
34. Third  Street    580.42
35. Fourth Street   277.85
30.  Fifth  Street   350.60
37. Sixth Street   70.40
39. Centre   743.56
42. East     712.00
45.  Main     1,024.14
52.  Burrill     154.81
54. Cook's  80.90
57. Main South End   1,944.89
58. Main  North  End  1,011.30
59. Morgan's     51.00
70. Horton Bay   58.51
71. Main    593.53
72. Point Comfort   435.86
73. Simpson     117.44
74. Bedwell  Harbour   85.00
78. Corbett    74.22
80. Hope Bay   544.63
82. James  Point    260.00
83. Otter Point    236.65
85. Port Washington   514.49
88. Simpson     153.39
90. Boulder   70.85
93. Spalding's     167.70
94. Deep Bay   536.65
95. Page Point   70.00
100. Nixon's   100.25
106. Beddis   714.88
107. Beaver Point   522.91
113. Cranberry   1,213.65
115. Cusheon Lake   108.91
Carried forward  $19,667.08    $11,520.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
ArOTE 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $19,667.08    $11,520.02
Reg. No.
116. Divide   4,207.25
119. Epron     96.15
120. Fernwood   77.00
121. Ganges (lower)   328.16
122. Ganges   (upper)     99.74
129. LePage    114.64
132. Mahon-Mansell   540.49
135. North End   273.72
138. Rainbow    386.86
143. Scott  ;  58.30
146. Stark's     51.00
148. Toynbee     80.88
149. Tripp     100.63
151. Vesuvius   524.46
152. Walker-Hook      465.56
156. Bradley-Dyne     157.00
157. Swartz Bay   2,723.36
158. Laurel   306.55
159. Wilson     115.10
162. Montague    205.14
105. Village Bav  :  63.11
167. Clam Bay   174.33
170. Isabella Point  550.80
173. Munro   75.70
180. Musgrave's   465.90
186. Lovell Avenue  .'  490.67
187. Tyron    i  289.38
209.  Dean's   66.25
214. King's   315.54
217. Ellis     264.50
221. Towner Park  '.  112.82
225. Tatlow    ,  480.30
220. Johns     922.80
228. Tapping  120.00
229. Stalker's    200.80
231. Arlington     125.00
306. Lighthouse Trail   354.62
Traffic operation   (snow-removal)  19.68
Sundry  roads   (units  under  $50)     686.40
Plant  and   tools  3,289.66
Supervision—
General Foreman   2.905.49
Auto  509.16
Launch  148.70
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       43,210.74
ArOTE 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4.  Walters   $71.23
10.  Fulford    144.77
23. Odberg  7.00
24. Defty     26.90
36.  Horton  1.32
42. Cook's   157.67
43. Longdon    132.22
Total, Arote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance  541.11
A7ote 182—Wharves :   Maintenance.
Saltspring-Saanich Wharves   $620.12
Total,  Arote  182—AVharves:   Maintenance  620.12
Carried fonvard     $55,891.99 M 92 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard...'.     $55,891.99
Vote 182—Ferries.
Saltspring-Saanich  Ferries       $11,856.68
Total, Vote 182—Ferries       11,856.68
Total expenditure, Islands District     $67,748.67
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek        $2,347.20
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
8. North Thompson Highway  :  $5,990.53
40. Kamloops-Merritt   5,665.82
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek    11,081.07
43. Kamloops-Tranquille  723.72
49. Louis Creek   3,000.00
57. Paul Lake    1,000.00
05. Tranquille-Criss  Creek    2,020.04
$29,487.18
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $31,834.3*
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
23. Clearwater        $1,005.77
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
120. Macabee           3,414.73
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          4,420.50
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads       $45,552.80
Direct Relief   (F)— Roads   9,017.47
Non-contributory  (G)—Roads   2,225.75
$56,796.08
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  2,475.83
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  0,044.73
Total, Unemployment Relief         05,316.64
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Adams  Lake    $1,106.46
6. Barriere River   1,046.00
7. Barriere Townsite   310.00
8. North Thompson Highway   9,878.71
9. Beaton-Fish Lake   60.35
11. Boulder Mountain   250.00
13. Deadman-Cache  Creek    249.00
17. Cold Creek   263.00
18. Coal Hill-Sugar Loaf  223.30
21.  Clearwater    295.00
23. Deadman Creek   600.00
24. Edith  Lake  309.36
25. Fadear Creek   270.50
28. Goose Lake   86.12
30. Harpers Camp   116.00
32. Highland Valley   400.00
Carried fonvard     $15,463.80 $101,571.52 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 93
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
ArOTE 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $15,463.80 $101,571.52
Reg. No.
34. Hudson Bay Gulch   203.23
38. Kamloops-Chase   133.00
40. Kamloops-Merritt     7,656.53
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   9,111.73
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   195.98
45. Lac Du Bois   131.00
47. Little Fort-Horse Lake  99.00
48. Long Lake   1,635.66
49. Louis Creek   2,309.47
50. Mamette Lake   611.50
52. Dunn Lake   1,590.07
53. Kamloops-Barriere     1,578.34
57. Paul Lake    830.84
58. Rose Hill (old)  .,  201.87
59. Rose Hill (new)   441.50
61. Sullivan Valley   102.38
02. Sullivan Aralley-Knouff Lake  630.50
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek   1,571.86
68. Sands-Glover  200.00
69. Swanton   50.00
72. Ramage   98.00
75. Boulder-Mount Olie   151.00
106. Raft River Trail  50.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)   6.40
Camp equipment   89.36
Plant and tools  .*.  8,672.63
Supervision—
General Foreman   2,223.00
Travelling and auto   612.37
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc '.       56,657.08
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
4. Barriere River   $889.69
10. Blackwater   1,117.00
15. Canyon Creek, No. 1   145.75
20. Cedar Gulch    310.93
40. Edmonds Creek   1,404.97
44. Fish Trap     420.00
47. Jamieson Creek   370.48
49. Kamloops   (east)     833.78
50. Kamloops   (west)     379.63
56. Lemieux Creek, No. 3  411.00
65. North Thompson  (at Barriere)     833.13
69. Rattlesnake     1,226.72
70. Robbins Creek   641.98
71. Rocker Creek   321.00
84. Spring Creek  170.65
94. AVhitewood Creek  210.00
95. Wilcox Creek   260.00
114. Alpha     203.00
119. Fight Creek   380.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  66.46
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance        10,596.17
Vote 182—Ferries.
1. Birch  Island   $1,023.51
2. Black Pool   1,235.13
3. Chinook Cove   1,141.55
4. Mount Olie  1,204.51
5. McLure   846.45
Carried forward  $5,451.15 $168,824.77 KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Ferries- -Continued.
Brought fonvard  $5,451.15 $168,824.77
Reg. No.
6. Vinsulla     735.68
7. Black Pines   474.26
Total, Vote 182—Ferries          6,661.09
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Clearwater Trail from North Thompson River  ;  $1,486.80
Road to Transvaal Mine  114.50
Trail to Mount Olie Mines, Ltd  150.00
Road to Smuggler Mine, Birch Island  083.50
Trail to Minnesota Girl, Birch Island   35.00
Trail to Allies Mineral Claim  ,  150.00
Homestake Mineral Claim, Jamieson Creek   150.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,769.80
Total, A7ote 186a—Unemployment Relief   999.90
$179,255.56
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance          1,894.74
Total expenditure, Kamloops District   $177,360.82
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Deanshaven    .*.       $2,499.27
Kaslo-New Denver  990.75
Nelson-Kaslo          9,997.74
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $13,493.70
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads       $7,999.27
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   106.75
Non-contributory  (G)—Roads   48.00
$8,154.02
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  138.22
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  230.00
Total, Unemployment Relief   8,522.24
ArOTE 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
8. Argenta     $74.00
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek   113.06
50. Crawford  Creek    246.69
62. Deanshaven     292.96
96. Ferguson  1,039.74
106. Gardner     240.70
115. Hammil Creek   98.60
123. Houston     120.25
124. Howser-Argenta  196.90
125. Howser Station   375.97
126. Howser Lake  (east)     171.55
145. Kaslo-New Denver   4,452.72
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   1,026.53
148. Kaslo (north)    708.37
149. Kaslo  (south)    158.00
163. Lynchville     124.25
186. Nelson-Kaslo   11,033.76
200. Ott  69.75
Carried forward     $20,543.80    $22,010.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 95
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION)—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $20,543.80    $22,016.00
Reg. No.
211. Peters    489.60
270. Trout Lake  545.14
484. Duncan River  (west)    132.15
510. Ferguson-Northern   55.50
513. Flint    100.00
550. Hall Creek   182.50
579. Joker   62.25
581. Johnson's-Mclntyre   79.20
594. Lardeau River  (North Fork)    127.25
596. Lardeau River (west)    94.00
666. Poplar Creek   138.20
698. Silver Glance   53.00
701. Smuggler     62.25
719. Tenderfoot Creek   76.00
750. Woodbury Creek (South Fork)  128.00
Sundry roads and trails  (units under $50)  785.96
Plant and tools   903.92
Supervision—General Foreman, office, etc  3,770.11
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       28,328.83
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Bridge across Lardeau River at Marblehead   $81.00
557. Ward  126.25
Total, Vote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance   207.25
Total, A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief  448.20
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
2. Ainsworth  (south)   $149.40
96. Ferguson     499.60
147. Kaslo Creek  (South Fork)     747.25
299. Whitewater     98.75
420. Baltimore   150.00
473. Contact   249.95
480. Daisy    ■  50.00
484. Duncan River  (west)     98.51
485. Duncan  River   (east)    •.  498.40
510. Ferguson-Northern   249.75
540. Goat Creek   150.00
554. Healy Creek   75.00
666. Poplar Creek   419.40
093.  Scranton   134.00
734. Timms   46.00
747. Winslow   99.45
749. AVoodbury Creek  (North Fork)     480.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         4,195.46
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  (Kaslo Section)     $55,195.74
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Columbia River (fills)   $313.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Box Lake-Rosebery        $7,999.41
Columbia River   465.49
Carried fonvard       $8,464.90 .
M 96 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward       $8,464.90
Deer  Park-Syringa  969.80
Edgewood-Vernon       3,000.00
Needles-Fire Valley  118.50
New Denver-Silverton   3,706.72
$16,259.92
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $16,572.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8-Mile         $1,635.97
Slocan City   968.88
$2,604.85
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
'    Appledale       $10,955.46
Carpenter Creek   568.80
$11,524.20
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        14,129.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Needles-Fauquier          $4,025.86
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):   Ferries.
Needles-Fauquier (ferry landings)          8,280.86
Total, Capital Account—Ferries        12,906.72
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 («).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  $17,005.85
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads  500.00
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads  300.63
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Unemployment—Direct Relief   27.35
Total, Unemployment Relief       17,893.83
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Arlington  $194.38
Arrow Park roads   498.36
Arrow Park   (north)     2,090.67
Arrow Park-Graham's Landing   488.33
Beaver Creek   147.00
Box Lake-Rosebery  1,724.64
Bently's     120.40
Belleview-Graham's Landing   382.93
Caribou Creek   252.70
Columbia River   9,621.86
Crescent Bay   60.50
Deer Creek   91.00
Deer Park (south)   180.50
Deer Park streets   80.75
Dog Creek   171.00
Edgewood-Vernon  3,771.43
Edgewood-Needles     1,061.59
Ferret   ;  95.00
4-Mile    456.35
Carried fonvard     $21,501.39    $61,502.58 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $21,501.39    $61,502.58
Galena Farm  '.  102.00
Glenbank     70.00
Kaslo-New  Denver    2,229.44
Killarney Mine   115.40
Little Slocan River   1,872.93
Lightning Peak  542.15
McCormack's   281.75
Nakusp-Rosebery  1,780.13
Nakusp  streets   673.99
New Denver-Rosebery   1,130.60
New Denver-Silverton   2,129.04
North Fork, Carpenter Creek   06.00
Needles  (north)  665.20
Passmore   (upper)     212.00
Petty's  139.30
Rambler    80.00
Renata   (north)  134.50
Renata Town   112.09
Ruth    63.60
Sandon-Cody  :  2.005.48
Sandon-Three Forks   1,192.48
Shakespeare Avenue  250.00
Silversmith  54.00
Slocan City-Silverton   4,516.12
Slocan River  (east)     3,695.30
Slocan River  (west)  3,131.73
Edgewood-Vernon   355.60
Standard Mine   199.60
10-Mile Creek  134.37
Trussel's  119.50
AVest Demars (south)    453.79
Whatshan  Lake    181.75
Wonderful  301.75
Sundry roads (units under $50)   296.95
Plant and tools  4,220.60
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses  3,022.30
Car  :■  1,185.79
Trails.
Broadwater     75.00
Buck   50.40
Great Western '...  100.00
Hot Springs  137.20
Lemon Creek  177.62
Mammoth  '.  184.00
Millie Mac   100.80
Mountain Con  162.00
Needles   (north)     128.00
Tillicum     50.00
Sundry trails  (units under $50)    139.00
Traffic operation   48.57
Snow-removal     6,422.85
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       67,000.06
Ar0TE 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Arrow Park-Graham's, No. 1   $79.50
Arrow Park (south), No. 2  56.25
Arrow Park (south), No. 4  56.25
Canyon Creek  60.00
Columbia River, No. 45   83.94
Columbia River, No. 53   54.10
Carried forward  $390.04 $128,502.64 	
M 98 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $390.04 $128,502.64
Columbia River, No. 58  52.10
Columbia River, No. 59   61.10
Enterprise Mill   104.15
Ferret   1.400.43
Lemon Creek (North Fork)   63.10
Mosquito Creek   304.00
New Denver   57.75
Perry's Siding   70.25
Rosebery   57.75
Springer Creek, No. 4   291.35
Tait Creek   163.95
Traves   132.40
Vallican     89.20
Whatshan  (lower)    205.33
AVbatshan   (upper)     727.50
Winlaw   94.75
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    733.13
Total, Vote 182—Bridges          5,004.28
A7ote 182—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)         $2,559.22
Needles-Fauquier           2,484.60
Total, Vote 182—Ferries          5,043.82
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   29.79
Total, A'ote 180a—Unemployment Relief  ,         1,121.76
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Barnes Creek Trail  $75.00
Bayonne    50.00
Big Goat '  99.90
Caribou-Ace Group   100.00
Commodore Group   100.00
Evening Star   150.00
Gold Stream Group   300.00
Great AVestern  Group    100.00
Hampton     32.40
Lemon Creek   100.00
Lightning Peak   80.31
Lilly  Group   150.00
Miner Boy    50.00
Morning   Star    125.00
Mountain Con   150.00
Springer Creek   150.00
10-Mile Creek    99.90
Tillicum     50.00
Van Roi  300.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,262.51
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan Section)  $141,964.80
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  $197,160.54
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
13. Bridge River        $1,324.76
16. Cariboo Main   954.50
51. Lillooet-Lytton           2,054.51
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $4,933.77
Carried fonvard ;       $4,933.77 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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LILLOOET DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued:.
Brought forward       $4,933.77
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
46. 51-Mile    $6,500.54
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
46. 51-Mile  193.20
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          6,693.74
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  $355.33
Total, Capital Account—Unemployment Relief  355.33
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Big Bar   $171.25
5. Big Bar Lake   164.00
6. Big Bar Mountain   418.05
7. Big Bar-Grinder-Kostering   100.00
8. Big Bar Mountain (Crow's Bar)    100.00
9. Bonaparte Forks   50.00
10. Bonaparte Valley   128.50
11. Boule  380.50
12. Boyd-Farmer   59.50
13. Bridge River   3,043.80
16. Cariboo Main   8,721.87
17. Cayoosh Creek  :  116.75
18. Cleveland '.  75.00
20. Clinton streets   260.52
21. Clinton-Springhouse     553.75
23. Deadman River   100.00
28. Fountain Valley  619.62
32. Green Lake  1,295.93
35. Hat Creek   272.75
36. High Bar   235.00
40. Jones-Dickey   1,409.70
41. Johnson  75.00
43. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  3,430.08
46. Lillooet-Clinton     2,614.29
47. Lillooet Rancherie  61.30
48. Lillooet   Station  220.00
49. Lillooet-Seton Lake   197.54
50. Lillooet  streets    604.90
51. Lillooet-Lytton   4,952.28
54. Marble Canyon  538.12
55. Mound   418.00
50. Mound-Loon Lake   318.00
62. North  Fork  694.90
03. North Bonaparte  888.02
66. Scottie Creek   50.00
68. Seton Lake '.  94.75
72. Tyaxon    90.50
74. Watch Lake   505.05
70. AVoods Box-High Bar   120.75
Trails.
416. Gun Creek   256.00
424. Mount McLean   180.50
434. Shulops   100.00
443. Watson Bar Creek   100.00
444. AVest of Fraser     345.00
Carried forward     $35,144.07    $11,982.84 -
M 100
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (WORTH)— Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $35,144.07    $11,982.84
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)  157.55
Supervision     3,021.62
Plant and tools  5,034.11
Camp equipment   36.15
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       43,993.50
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
3. Antoine   $131.62
30. Craig Lodge   131.81
45. Falls   :  63.43
55. Gun Creek   104.38
56. Golden Cache Mine  94.50
85. Lillooet Suspension    148.90
87. Lome Mine  156.47
141. Ward's Ferry  104.40
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  47.56
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance   983.07
A^ote 182—Ferries.
1. Big Bar  $986.66
2. High Bar   4,510.04
3. Pavilion  930.93
Total, Vote 182—Ferries          6,428.23
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
13. Bridge River Road  $2,662.59
17. Cayoosh Creek Road   292.50
80. Vidette Mine Road   800.00
408. Big Gun Lake Trail  25.00
420.  Marshall Creek Trail  49.50
422. McGillivray Creek Trail  495.28
443. Watson Bar Creek Trail  25.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         4,349.87
$67,737.51
Vote 182—Unemployment Relief, credit balance  16.33
Total expenditure,  Lillooet District   (North)     $07,721.18
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C, Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Highway-protection at Pemberton    $49.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
204. Pemberton  Meadows    $436.39
245. Squamish Valley   1,301.38
281. Gibson-Sechelt     793.59
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour  4,349.60
340. Sechelt Inlet   172.17
Redrooffs     1,635.83
$8,688.96
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $8,738.45
Carried forward       $8,738.45 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 101
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought fonvard       $8,738.45
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $29,750.39
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   2,592.70
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   834.45
$33,177.54
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  2,026.48
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  6,661.70
Total, Unemployment Relief  :....      41,865.72
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
TSails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
Ryan Creek Log-jam   $308.09
204. Pemberton Meadows   1,939.35
205. Portage  ..... 679.91
206. Station     59.20
207. Pemberton   Portage    359.59
243. Paradise Valley    73.00
245. Squamish A'alley  4,673.57
246-252. Squamish streets   660.26
271. Beach Avenue East   307.05
272. Beach Avenue AVest   149.48
277. Chamberlain     07.85
281. Gibson-Sechelt     3,660.12
284. Henry    148.62
285. Hopkins     642.44
287. Kaymes   129.80
290. Lock-yer   76.35
291. Lower    96.75
293. Mason   365.83
294. Mintie   243.68
295. North     166.27
296. Northwest Bay    118.54
300. Pratt   425.04
301. Reed     332.53
302. Roberts Creek   76.60
313. Franklin  211.10
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   2,008.09
327. Blower     74.50
335. Worrall   78.00
336. Central Avenue   506.90
337. Freiner  59.30
340. Sechelt Inlet  1,372.75
431. Egmont   181.00
437. Saginaw    82.00
438. Skookumchuck   50.00
439. Dorriston    '.  50.00
442. Judd     93.85
443. Nye's   116.80
446. Garibaldi     300.57
448. Pemberton     525.43
455. Crane's    111.68
460. School  :  198.00
461. Daisy Lake  50.00
70r. Gibsons Landing-Pender Harbour   59.08
Sundry roads (units under $50)  278.86
Plant and tools   1,123.20
Supervision—
Salaries and expenses   3,020.55
Launch V-33   481.81
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       20,793.39
Carried fonvard     $77,397.56 M 102
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought fonvard     $77,397.56
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
243. Big Slough 	
246. Chickencoup 	
355. Glacier Creek  	
283. Gladwin   	
395. Green Lake 	
252. Johnny Coy 	
410. Mamquam AVashout 	
295. Mission Creek, No. 1 	
296. Mission Creek, No. 2 	
277.  Payne  Creek  	
300. Roberts 	
332. Rougiers 	
218. Slough 	
220. Slough 	
222. Salmon  Slough 	
304.  Salmon  Arm  	
326.  Skookumchuck 	
316. Wilson Creek 	
Sundry bridges   (units under $50)
$999.20
389.90
343.17
533.98
119.64
108.78
2,870.09
310.08
257.91
S3.61
58.60
384.99
182.43
199.90
311.97
233.19
50.50
126.30
179.70
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance
A'ote 182—Ferries.
5. Pemberton   	
8. Crown Mountain
$15.35
119.65
Total, Vote 182—Ferries 	
Vote 140—Grants in Aid op Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
444. Trail from Pacific Great Eastern Railway up Tenquille Creek	
450.  Trail from Lillooet River to Tenquille Basin 	
$24.00
39.60
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Total, A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief	
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief 	
7,750.60
135.00
63.00
3,414.20
497.77
Total expenditure, Lillooet District (South)       $89,258.73
Total expenditure, Lillooet District   $150,979.91
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
8. Canoe Crossing  ;       $2,905.39
58. Salloomt          2.403.04
111. Lois River   966.31
163. Padgett  ,  475.04
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        $6,809.78
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
4. Ball Park   $476.00
9. Bella  Coola   1,905.56
102. Main   (Lasqueti)  499.50
111. Lund    1,018.86
115. Westview    1.009.90
134. Cranberry  Lake    1,000.00
137. Thunder Bay  3,083.46
148. Manson   999.42
154. Savary  Island   176.07
160. Fullerton     521.95
Carried forward ,     $10,750.72      $6,809.78 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 103
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Reg   No                           Brought fonvard  $10,750.72      $6,809.78
180. Shelter Point  (Texada)    1,711.08
205. Finn Bay   999.92
207. Valley    500.00
208. Patrick    208.50
Wildwood Subdivision   469.90
Total, Capital Account—Roads        14,640.12
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  '.  $12,552.27
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   460.38
Total, Unemployment Relief       13,012.65
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anahim-Chilcotin   $606.22
6. Grant's     75.00
7. Salloomt   190.80
9. Bella Coola  3,873.46
10. Tatlayoko   450.70
11. Homalko   107.00
101. Lake (Lasqueti)   :  132.05
102. Main   (Lasqueti)     868.31
103. Tucker Bay   (Lasqueti)     371.78
104. AVeldon (Lasqueti)   59.00
100. King     199.97
107. Sutherland   290.89
110. Malaspina   237.68
111. Lund   3,027.74
112. Conn (Lasqueti)   100.00
113. Grant's (Lasqueti)   50.00
115. Westview    417.94
117. Mason   (Lasqueti)     50.00
118. Good (Lasqueti)   98.10
122. Zilinsky   129.81
129. Lennie  (Lasqueti)     50.00
130. Glines   (Lasqueti)     59.10
132. Donkersley   60.31
133. Padgett   502.45
134. Cranberry Lake   1,284.70
136. Olsen Lake   484.00
137. Thunder Bay   5,426.39
140. Bast  :  54-l°
141. Bay     90.25
142. Drake     103.02
143. Anson  50.00
144. Nelson  62.00
145. Marlatt   104.67
146. Allan  96.00
148. Manson   872.83
150. First    I38-56
151. Second   61.88
152. Third   93-9l
154. Savary Island   250.63
155. Fourth     SO-03
157. Harvey    118.00
158. Heights  100.07
159. Joice    629.88
162. Coburn     5°00
168. Scotch Fir Point   100.67
169. Roberts   121.38
173. Bell   (Texada)     oHx
174. Blubber Bay (Texada)    SI-66 	
Carried fonvard  $23,288.74    $34,462.55 ■
M 104 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $23,288.74    $34,402.55
Reg. No.
175. Central   (Texada)     817.93
177. Gillies Bay  (Texada)     392.20
181. Wharf   (Texada)     68.50
187. LeMay     72.37
200. Dixon     57.38
202. Smith     81.40
203. Southview     55.52
204. Nick     63.54      •
50. Atnarko-Anahim Trail           '   700.00
56. Stouie-Atnarko   213.60
60. Stillwater   83.45
62. Rivers Inlet   104.99
63. Sakumtha Pass   398.50
105. Blunden Harbour   150.25
108. Hardwicke Island   97.20
109. Jackson Bay   200.00
120. Jervis Inlet   76.95
172. Okeover Arm   51.30
194. Stuart Island   108.60
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    425.53
Material and supplies   684.36
Plant and tools   7,855.58
Camp equipment   80.25
Supervision     2,587.83
Total expenditure, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       38,715.97
A'ote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
180. Lubert   $258.55
18. Hansen, No. 1   359.04
19. Hansen, No. 2   257.75
58. Salloomt   80.25
21. Grant's  56.33
43. Snootchley, No. 3  119.10
52. Thorsen Creek, No. 2   218.12
53. Thorsen,  No. 3  ....:  92.75
75. Grant's     51.80
82. Firvale School   10S.00
159. Craig     78.04
128. Powell River   289.49
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    243.66
Total, A^ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,213.48
A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
63. Sakumtha Pass Trail  $100.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc...  100.00
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District      $75,492.00
NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
8. Nanaimo River Bridge approaches        $4,012.10
Total,  Capital Account—Roads          $4,012.10
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
8. Nanaimo River Bridge      $10,292.20
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       10,292.20
Carried forward     $14,304.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 105
NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $14,304.30
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Gabriola Ferry Landing   $9,801.75
Total, Capital Account—Ferries          9,801.75
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $8,377.84
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   1,668.51
Total, Unemployment Relief       10,046.35
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Brechin roads   $373.10
4. Bruce Avenue   2G6.61
7. Chase River   432.50
15. Departure Bay   694.83
22. Eighth Avenue, Five Acres   52.00
24. Marine Drive   59.50
34. Fifth Street, Five Acres   90.25
35. Fourth Street, Five Acres   118.25
42. Gordon     177.70
48. Harewood   371.28
50. Howard Avenue    385.72
143. Holden-Corso     150.75
127. Island Highway '.  2,743.30
58. Jingle Pot   260.30
150. Mackie     02.00
76. Nichol Street   82.60
78. Ninth  Street   52.75
151. Northfield  '.  58.15
83. Old Victoria   279.23
88. Park Avenue   140.40
89. Pine Street  132.00
94. Raine's    162.80
95. Robin's    7G.25
103. South AA'ellington   131.70
104. Sixth Street   147.80
105. Seventh Street   213.85
146.  Stewart  Avenue  75.75
114. Third Street  78.00
134. Townsite   380.00
126. A'ancouver Avenue    275.40
144. Victoria     160.20
67. Wall Street   53.90
135. Waddington    170.40
130. AA'akesiah Avenue   198.70
137. AVinchester Avenue  50.65
Sundry roads  (units under $50)   :.. 379.45
Supervision Account   46.15
Tools and Plant Account   315.59
Haulage-truck Account   2,072.34
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       11,972.15
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
2. Cook's   $296.95
6. Millstream    771.74
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   6.30
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges : Maintenance          1,074.99
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief         3,925.37
Total expenditure, Nanaimo District      $51,124.91 M 100 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
NELSON DISTRICT.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Bealby   $255.74
2. Fairview streets   30.81
3. Mountain    167.13
4. Rosemont    416.25
5. Silver King    124.25
6. South Nelson streets   1,576.56
Supervision     632.32
Plant and tools   682.32
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       $3,885.38
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Nelson   $92.50
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance   92.50
Vote 182—Ferries.
Nelson  : j     $15,460.05
Total, Vote 182—Ferries        15,400.05
Total expenditure, Nelson District      $19,437.93
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
District Lot 172   $697.74
New Westminster Bridge approach   160.20
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc..  $857.94
Total expenditure, New Westminster District   $857.94
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
39. Endcrby-Grindrod     $154.69
205. Faulkner   88.59
65. Kamloops   427.37
$670.05
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
1. Ashton-Cooke     $202.45
4. Bella Vista   100.00
31. Creighton Valley   995.08
39. Enderby-Grindrod     1,371.37
40. Swing's   42.00
213. Grindrod Station Street   02.25
54. Grindrod-West Bench   986.51
56. Hadow     40.00
207. Hudson  64.66
62. Hodges     56.50
65. Kamloops   993.43
68. Kelowna   1,382.38
154. Lidstone    341.50
76. Mallory  150.50
103. Richlands   648.75
119. Shuswap Avenue South   881.62
212. Swan  Lake    1,425.10
122. Sigalet Cut-off   517.40
88. Vernoh-Edgewood   952.55
Carried fonvard ,     $11,214.05 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 107
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $11,214.05
Reg. No.
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm  641.25
138. Westside   499.70
36r. City of Enderby   72.00
$12,427.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $13,097.65
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  .'  $33,703.26
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   42.00
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   1,857.78
Direct Relief (F)—Roads  7,317.75
$42,920.79
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  3,229.91
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  2,551.72
Total, Unemployment Relief  '.       48,702.42
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
161. B.X  $248.72
4. Bella Vista   90.36
16. Bobbie Burns  78.76
15. Bluenose   83.49
28. Cameron's Point   277.45
193. Cool's  91.43
30. Commonage     3G0.80
31. Creighton Valley   916.78
34. Deep Creek   :  1,034.82
78. Eagle Pass  2,006.11
37. East Vernon   297.08
36. Eastside     56.50
39. Enderby-Grindrod     553.25
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake   1,840.83
113. Enderby-Salmon River  158.56
149. Edgar     258.22
49. Grandview Bench   150.76
23. Grindrod-West Bench   160.33
63.  Inch-Logan   176.03
65. Kamloops   1,716.42
66. Kedleston    190.18
68. Kelowna    4,935.16
71. Long Lake   710.76
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   1,828.79
92. Mud Lake   74.92
209. Morris Street, Lumby   240.35
110. Old  Sicamous    58.20
97. Okanagan Landing   1,063.88
100. Oyama   234.22
305. Pioneer Trail   98.00
107. Rollings Lake   318.83
105. Riverside     135.03
201. Rimer    118.14
119. Shuswap Avenue South   388.87
148. Smedik     157.08
127. Stone Quarry  :  55.00
129. Sugar Lake   354.47
126. Squaw Valley    52.80
212. Swan Lake  .'.  115.40
130. Trinity Valley   948.11
131. Tronson    :  211.03
88. Vernon-Edgewood   4,821.29
Carried fonvard  $27,667.87    $61,800.07 M 108
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $27,667.87    $61,800.07
Reg. No.
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm   4,786.62
138. Westside   676.99
139. Whitcvale   106.42
34r. Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway (City of Armstrong)  722.29
36r. A'ernon-Salmon Arm Highway  (City of Enderby)  353.77
62r. Vernon-Kamloops Highway (Spallumcheen Municipality)  156.74
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway   (Spallumcheen Municipality)  2,264.07
52a. Vernon-Edgewood Highway  (Coldstream Municipality)  1,662.26
70a. Lansdowne Loop  (Spallumcheen Municipality)  1,273.86
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River  (Spallumcheeu Municipality)  231.56
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  1,113.57
Plant, tools, and equipment          2,310.70
Road machinery          4,504.10
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       47,830.82
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
6. Ashton Creek   $288.80
36. Enderby     93.78
48. Grindrod  51.90
45. Genier   328.59
70. Kingfisher.  57.80
147. Maple Street  .'  418.62
94. O'Keefe   165.03
100. Railroad :  171.50
5. Rand's     84.08
165. Reiter    55.00
124. Sullivan  Creek    178.20
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  127.24
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,020.54
Vote 182—Surveys.
Sugar Lake-Fostall  (location)    $260.75
Total, A'ote 182—Surveys   260.75
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
304. Deep Creek Trail   $349.50
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  349.50
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief          2,163.96
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District   $114,425.64
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Dollarton Highway  (Primary 73a)         $4,996.12
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Dollarton Highway  (Primary 73a)         $7,998.59
Marine Drive, City of North Vancouver          2,688.57
$10,687.16
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Dollarton Highway  (Primary 73a)   :       $5,895.89
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $21,579.17
Carried forward     $21,579.17 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 109
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $21,579.17
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Seymour Creek  $498.45
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G (a) :   Bridges.
Capilano River   539.21
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  :         1,037.66
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $6,833.58
Non-contributory—Roads     4,328.86
Total, Unemployment Relief        11,162.44
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
„       „ Trails, and Streets.
Marine Drive  (Primary 67a)     $3,015.02
Dollarton Highway   (Primary 73a)  117.70
1. Bowen Island Trunk   760.18
2. Carter   01.58
3. Cowan   213.49
4. Dorman     187.65
5. Eaglecliffe   88.87
6. Grafton   419.33
7. Langlois    390.78
9. Miller     147.40
10.  Scarborough   476.15
13. Collins   841.49
14. Woods   1,294.35
21. New Brighton-West Bay   163.45
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour   137.05
Sundry roads (units under $50)  94.88
Plant and tools   569.35
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc         8,978.72
A'ote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
29. Carter   $108.34
27. Cowan   228.70
23. Mathews   100.41
38. Magee   104.47
33.  Smithson  103.91
9. Cypress Creek   611.81
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  1,365.04
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,622.68
Total expenditure, North A'ancouver District      $45,380.67
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
155. Road from Houston to property of Owen Lake Mining Co  $166.6S
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
367. Barrett Bridge Fill   $488.88
Equipment-sheds at Vanderhoof   1,450.24
$1,939.12
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 («.) :   Roads.
19. Rose Lake Cut-off   $686.64
39. Fort George-Hazelton  8,255.98
Carried forward  $8,942.62
9 M 110 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,942.62
Reg. No.
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa    996.60
80. North Francois Lake  1,014.50
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   986.53
Culvert and fill at Endako   2,316.42
$14,256.67
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $16,362.47
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
367. Barrett        $1,587.56
448. Walcott        3,578.95
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          5,166.51
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Sak'umtha Pass (Whitesail-Eutsuk Portage)   $S57.42
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  857.42
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads      $31,956.66
"Federal Relief Act. 1930 "—Roads   2G4.07
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   551.41
$32,772.14
Special AA'arrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  121.84
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  425.45
Total, Unemployment Relief        33,319.43
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Ailport-McDonald  $50.00
4. Bearhead  200.00
7. Bourgon Settlement   50.00
8. Bickle  72.00
9. Brown  '.  352.34
10. Blackwater-Stony Creek  300.00
11. Bobtail-Upper Mud  :  200.00
12. Braeside    200.00
13. Buck River   50.00
14. Burney    100.00
15. Chowsunket    50.00
16. Campbell  215.00
17. Campbell-Hulatt   105.00
19. Rose Lake Cut-off   183.50
21. Colleymount   893.50
22. Crow Creek   200.00
24. Ferguson  103.25
25. Eakin Settlement   200.25
26. Encombe   50.00
27. Endako-Francois Lake  :  100.00
28. Martin Lake   100.00
29. Engen   (north)     100.00
30. Evans    100.00
31. Finmoore-AVebber  Lake    530.75
32. Finmoore   (south)     201.00
33. Forestdale-Mile 106  :  150.00
Carried fonvard \       $4,856.59    $55,705.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 111
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads.
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward '. :  $4,856.59    $55,705.83
Reg. No.
34. Forestdale-Day Lake   99.00
30. Fort Fraser Settlement (east)   309.75
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   1.390.70
39. Fort George-Hazelton   18,197.50
42. Fraser Lake-Francois   200.00
43. Francois Lake  (east)     184.60
45. Gilbert  50.00
47. Greer Valley    299.61
50. Gushwa-Silverthorn   50.00
51. Hargreaves  :  50.00
52. Hamre Settlement  150.00
53. Wistaria-Larson  50.00
55. Hulatt  (south)    150.00
57. Hutter   65.00
58. Jones  1G0.00
59. Keefe's Lauding-Ootsa    958.14
61. Lily Lake   355.00
63. Larson  50.00
65. Mapes   213.50
G8. Seymour   200.00
70. Jarman    50.00
71. McDonald's Landing   439.43
74. McNeil     50.00
75. McClelland   50.00
77. McNiel Settlement   50.00
79. Nithi River  262.25
80. North Francois Lake   805.40
81. Nulki-Corkscrew   199.50
82. Boundary  50.00
84. Ootsa Lake Shore  (east)    200.75
88. Palling Settlement   100.00
90. Wistaria-Houston  641.00
91. Poole-Mapes     100.00
92. Tchesinkut Shore (east)   150.00
94. Prairiedale  105.00
95. Quick  Station   69.25
96. Quick School  90.38
99. Erickson    50.00
100. Round Lake   (east)  287.70
102.  Sob Lake Settlement   150.00
104. Sehaefer    227.08
105. Short Settlement  150.00
109. Snell     100.00
110. Sowchea     198.50
115. Taylor   100.00
118. Topley-Babine   1.110.18
119. Topley Settlement  100.00
120. Dorman  Lake    80.00
122. Uncha Lake   300.70
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   3.184.71
125. Owen Lake   250.10
126. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point  1.140.94
127. Vanderhoof   (west)      433.00
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner  307.50
130. Woodmere-Round Lake  203.13
135. Donald    100.00
140. York Settlement   150.00
141. Rhindress   106.00
145. Van Horn   247.00
147. Cummins  114.24
150. Hossack     50.00
151. Strimboldh  102.00
Carried fonvard     $40,695.19    $55,705.83 OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  .$40,095.19    $55,705.83
Reg. No.
153. Brandon  300.00
157. Fort Fraser Ferry   50.00
158. Hogsback Lake   50.00
161. Menard Settlement  199.20
165. Timms   100.00
166. George   50.00
16S.  Shelford     74.00
109. Endako-Priestly    100.00
173. Cottonwood     100.00
170. Park     50.00
178. Collie-Taylor   92.50
181. Tatalrose     529.00
182. Loop     458.95
187. Blaney     375.37
188. Loper     100.00
193. Sannes  101.00
194. Roberts  50.00
195. Bolton   181.30
200. Burns Lake-Bahine   742.24
202. Road to Maxim Lake   150.00
490. Rose Lake Bridge Fill   55.00
Camp equipment  143.49
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    393.40
Gas and oil   06.10
Material Account   185.15
Plant  7,318.90
Supervision    :.  2,856.91
Supervision, auto   829.75
Snow-removal  ....  2,316.71
Sundry trails  469.60
AViggins Creek Bridge Fill   97.50
Burns Lake-Francois Lake  (Primary 65a)     104.75
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc        59,386.13
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
25. Cbilco, No. 2   $250.00
26. Chilco, No. 3   250.00
31. Cuzner, No. 1   64.60
49. Goldie, No. 1   300.00
51.  Stellako     1,203.85
08. Morris Creek  299.36
81. Sowchea    190.00
90. Nechako  5.950.48
92. Necoslie     260.72
95. Wiggins  200.00
113. Stony Creek, No. 1   174.20
114. Stony Creek, No. 2   453.35
115. Stony Creek, No. 3   1,149.60
132. Stuart River   63.60
154. Milne     24.19
182. Cassidy   345.00
191. Cuzner, No. 2   150.00
196. Willowvale   215.15
219. Goldie, No. 2   1,989.42
236. Black Mountain    299.58
313. Hooson    222.00
331. Mosquito, No. 1   300.00
332. Mosquito, No. 2   285.29
339. McKenney, No. 1   299.46
340. McKenney, No. 2   98.45
341. McKenney, No. 3   100.00
Carried forward  $15,138.30 $115,091.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 113
OMINECA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $15,138.30 $115,091.96
Reg. No.
374. Crow Creek   160.00
401. Trankle   173.50
409. Vanderhoof  Trestle  1,363.31
410. A'anderhoof Trestle  2,113.07
422. Murray  284.77
434. Demque   103.95
440. Budoin  192.00
441. Brewer     074.14
448. Walcott     133.15
449. Driscoll   392.75
458. Grundy   102.00
460. Hewett      159.00
464. Knockholt     499.00
466. Lily   196.50
482. Poplar Creek   106.00
490. Rose Lake   184.95
513. Summit   361.20
514. Small     120.20
Bridge over Babine River at Fort Babine   1,789.64
Total,-A'ote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance       24,307.43
A'ote 182—Ferries.
1. Francois Lake  :  $8,041.56
2. Fort Fraser   928.47
3. Braeside    4,434.92
4. Hu'att  108.74
5. Finmoore     4,873.54
G. Takla Lake   258.00
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries        19,245.23
A'ote 140—Grants in Aid op Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
•
Trail to property of Lake Bartholomew, Topley   $99.90
Road to Cup Group, Topley  100.00
Road to Sinkut Mountain,  Vanderhoof   99.68
Road to Golden Eagle Group, Topley   49.50
Trail to Gold Pot, Topley  100.00
Trail from Cronin Road by Little Joe Creek to A'ictoria Group  100.00
Trail to Mammoth and Mison Group, Houston  117.50
Trail to Joker Group, Topley   100.00
Trail to Golden Glory Mineral Claim, Decker Lake   200.00
Trail to Stella Group, Endako  100.00
Trail to Rainbow Group, Nation River   250.00
Trail to Rainbow Group, Takla Lake   150.00
Manson Creek Trail  7,921.84
Trail to Dame and other claims, Fulton Lake   150.00
Trail from  Owen Lake AVinter Road  from  Houston  to  Morrison  and
Quinn Groups, Peacock Group  200.00
Grouse Mountain Road, near Telkwa   150.00
Trail to mica claims of J. Lethi, Butler Range, near Fort Grahame  200.00
Trail to Crossus Mineral Claim   100.00
Trail to Randolph and Cat Mineral Claims, Perow  45.00
Sleigh-trail from Gidegingle Lake, Rainbow Creek   959.66
Road to Babine-Bonanza Mine   500.00
Trail to Maple Leaf Group, Topley  - 100.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc       11,793.08
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief  .'... 571.21
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief          1,500.00
Total expenditure, Omineca District   $172,508.91 M 114 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway, Galloway Rapids (Skeena City Section)     $14,300.53
Revisions, Queen Charlotte City-Tlell   727.30
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $15,027.83
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Galloway Rapids      $10,258.79
Total. Capital Account—Bridges          10.258.79
"B.C. Loan Act. 1931." Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads  $13,998.62
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads  2,060.59
Non-contributory (G)—Roads  ...,.  3,088.12
Special AA'arrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,019.52
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,134.24
Total, Unemployment Relief        21,301.0y
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Prince Rupert Highway (Kaien Island Section)  $4,528.61
Port Clements streets   586.50
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell   3,390.64
Port Clemeuts-Masset   154.90
Port Clements-Tlell   415.62
Plant and tools   22.85
Queen Charlotte City streets  126.15
Masset-Tow Hill    3,104.78
Port Simpson streets   300.29
Salt Lakes Trail   1,042.03
Jap Inlet sidewalks   356.04
Smith Island Trail   447.38
Oona River plank walks   473.13
Prince Rupert Highway (Galloway Rapids-Skeena City Section)  9,064.90
Kumdis Island Trail   75.60
Roads generally  •  502.17
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       24,591.59
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Sundry bridges   (units under $50)     $909.09
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance   909.09
Vote 182—AVharves.
Prince Rupert  (toll receipts)       $11,879.19
Prince Rupert  (maintenance)     $5,087.37
Cow Bay Harbour      1,489.11
        6,576.48
Total, A'ote 1.82—AVharves  (credit balance)           5,302.71
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   814.74
Total A'ote 186a—Unemployment Relief          3,499.76
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District      $71,100.18
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Big Bend  ... $4,137.50
Revelstoke (east)    1,285.57
Malakwa Bridge approach   6,439.42
Solsqua Station   897.24
Carried fonvard     $12,759.73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 115
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $12,759.73
Nicoll  750.00
Revelstoke (east), No. 4   457.50'
Revelstoke (east), No. 5   457.50
Eagle River Fill approach   2,G89.03
$17,113.76
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Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(a):   Roads.
Big Bend    $114,438.42
Diversion, Beaton-Trout Lake   1,199.80
$115,638.22
Total, Capital Account—Roads  '..... $132,751.98
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Malakwa        $5,755.72
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):   Bridges.
Goldstream       17,196.51
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        22,952.23
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads      $75,471.78
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads          3,394.70
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   716.75
$79,5S3.23
Special AVarrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         2,850.03
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         1,577.40
Total, Unemployment Relief       84,010.66
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
8. Beaton-Camborne   $1,443.66
10. Beaton-Trout Lake   848.77
11. Begbie -  S44.25
13. Big Bend   6,108.01
18. Deep Water Landing   308.00
21. Fish River  60.00
23. Fourth Street Subdivision  -'--- 187.00
25. Galena Bay Logging   85.41
Hillyer     130.80
34.  Hall's Landing (south)    .    55.95
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   5,833.24
72. Revelstoke  (east)     506.61
74. Revelstoke   (west)     lo,096.25
111. Olsson   10000
125. Malcolm     J2™
Solsqua Station     253.25 _
132. Eagle River Fill approaches   449.lo
Eagle Pass   242.37
126. Pool Creek Trail   200.00
131. Silver Creek Trail  23Hn
114. Halcyon Trail   200.00
136. Waverly Trail   102-24
Sundry roads (units under $50) -  281,52
Plant and tools          9,925.22
General Foreman's salary and travelling expenses          3,037.(0
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       46,279.00
Carried forward  $285,993.93 M 116
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $285,993.93
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
3. Beaton-Camborne   $747.12
4. Beaton-Camborne   241.30
32. Big  Bend    55.25
58. Hall's Landing (south)  1,234.78
78. Nicoll Road  60.00
80. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   671.52
99. Revelstoke (east)  597.65
103. Revelstoke (west)   90.01
106. Revelstoke (west)   169.81
107. Revelstoke (west)   84.52
109. Revelstoke (west)   146.92
121. Revelstoke (west)   101.00
128. Revelstoke   (west)     107.40
129. Revelstoke   (west)     11.90
152. Big Bend    322.53
293. Waverly Trail   242.44
Sundry   (units under $50)     307.82
Sundry bridges   1,925.27
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges          7,117.84
A'ote 182—Ferries.
1. Arrow Lake  (North-east Arm)    $7,000.00
2. Goldstream   200.00
3. Hall's  Landing    3.553.04
4. 12-Mile    4.944.19
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries  .-.       15.757.83
Total, A'ote 1S2—Unemployment Relief   187.08
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Downie Creek Trail   $250.00
Scout Trail  199.80
Big Bend Trail   192.50
5-Mile Creek Trail   200.00
Trail to A. & E. Group   327.00
Boulder Creek Trail  :  125.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,294.30
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District   $310,350.98
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
5. Fraser Avenue  (Arterial 66r)          $2,730.30
19. Richmond Highway  (Arterial 70b)          13,935.97
$16,666.33
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
5. Fraser Avenue   (Arterial 66e)        $14,242.25
9. Woodward Highway  (Arterial 50b)            5,556.23
$19,798.48
Total. Capital Account—Roads      $36,464.81
Carried fonvard     $36,464.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 117
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard     $36,464.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
6. Fraser Avenue     $12,993.51
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        12,993.51
Unemployment Relief.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (e)— Roads     $16,801.83
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)— Roads       16,550.62
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G (e)—Non-contributory (G)  488.18
Total, Unemployment Relief        33,840.63
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Marine Drive       $8,353.03
2. Imperial Street  - 318.50
Theological Area roads   48.90
Contingent Account   15.00
Chevrolet truck S-152   118.04
5. Fraser Avenue (Arterial 66r)   475.72
9. AVoodward Highway (Secondary 50b)    27.32
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc         9,356.51
A'ote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
4 and 5. Eburne bridges        $8,173.56
6. Fraser Avenue          3,808.03
Total, Vote 182—Bridges ..:       11,981.59
Vote 182—Ferries.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry, No. 3   $978.08
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries  978.08
Total, A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief   50.00
Total, A'ote 186a—Unemployment Relief          3,375.70
Total expenditure, Richmond-Point Grey District  $109,040.83
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
4. Castlegar-Trail          $4,002.85
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $4,002.85
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads    $32,962.08
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   1,636.94
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   1.316.73
Non-contributory   (G)—Roads    1,135.87
$37,051.62
Special AA'arrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         1,366.97
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         1,255.07
Total, Unemployment Relief        39,673.66
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Big Sheep Creek   $623.35
2a. Blueberry  .'  141.17
3. Castlegar Townsite   76.00
Carried forward  $840.52    $43,676.51 M 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $840.52    $43,076.51
Reg. No.
4. Castlegar-Trail    10,711.04
5. Castlegar-AVest Robson   84.00
6. Columbia-Kootenay    36.20
7. Deschamps   (north)     153.55
8- Drake     50.40
11. Merry     62.50
12. Milestone     209.60
14. Rossland-Cascade   5,464'.24
16. Rossland-Paterson    1,537.83
21. Trail  (east)    496.81
23. Trail-Rossland     5,537.24
25. Violin Lake    68.40
Plant and tools  \  2,270.12
New equipment   735.00
Koykendahl Trail   18.00
Total, A'ote 1S2—Roads, Trails, etc       28,275.45
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Castlegar-Trail, No. 1   $270.21
14. Columbia River  (at Trail)     2,080.35
29. Rossland-Cascade, No. 6  94.48
36. Trail-Rossland, No. 1   40.00
37. Trail-Rossland, No. 2   287.24
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,772.28
Vote 182—Ferries.
Castlegar          $7,070.59
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries          7,070.59
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Cariboo Group   $200.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  200.00
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   2,329.06
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District      $84,323.89
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Limekiln   $485.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. G (a) :   Roads.
East Saanich  (Arterial 30r)   $108.00
AA'est Saanich   (Arterial 52r)          13,724.85
Office building and equipment-sheds         4,921.47
$18,754.32
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
West Saanich  (Arterial 52r)         $3,543.30
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $22,783.37
Carried forward     $22,783.37 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 119
SAANICH DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard     $22,783.37
"B.C. Loan Act. 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads     $13,575.56
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   165.25
Non-contributory (G)—Roads          4,245.98
Total, Unemployment Relief         17,986.79
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
7. Helmcken    $248.10
Sundry roads   101.20
2. Scott  330.95
Island Highway (Arterial 28r)  1,009.06
Quadra and Saanich  (Arterial 29r)    1,836.51
East Saanich (Arterial 30r)    1,641.15.
West Saanich   (Arterial 52r)     4,670.98
A'erdier Avenue (Primary 57a)   257.84
Supervision     2,142.45
Auto     78.18
Plant and tools   5,918.74
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       18,295.16
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Craigflower, No. 19   $180.29
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance   180.29
Total, Vote 186a—" Federal Unemployment Relief Act, 1930 "         6,478.98
Total expenditure, Saanich District      $65,724.59
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
94. Sieamous-Canoe         $2,996.17-
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Trans-Provincial Highway  (Arterial 38r)    $619.00
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm '.  1,477.90
40. Kamloops-A'ernon   282.50
94. Sicamous-Canoe    455.39
$2,834.79
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Eagle Bay    $60.70
Kamloops-Salmon Arm  5.994.08
Notch Hill-Sorrento  4,999.28
Kamloops-Vernon   3,961.47
White Lake  916.15
North Thompson Highway  - 7,998.43
Sicamous-Canoe    7,253.79
Trans-Provincial  (Arterial 38r)    1,989.53
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie  (Secondary 26b)     200.00
Construction of garage, Salmon Arm   1,794.37
$35,173.80
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $41,004.70
Carried fonvard     $41,004.76 M 120
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $41,004.76
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
88a. Schweb        $1,676.31
SSb. Morgan  928.08
$2,604.39
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
80. Pritchard     3,909.86
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  6.514.25
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931." Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $121,833.17
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   6,077.52
Non-contributory   (G)—Roads     10,778.65
$13S,0S9.34
Special AA'arrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  2,906.13
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  4,816.83
Total, Unemployment Relief      146,412.30
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Albas   $156.10
2. Adams Lake  :  148.65
3. Adams Lake-Squam Bay   132.50
7. Bear  Creek  G32.ll
8. Bolean Creek   342.25
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay .,  431.60
10. Blind Bay-Balmoral   57.30
11. Birch Island-Lost Creek   377.25
13. Campbell Creek   262.00
16. Chase Creek   577.85
17. Cedar Hill  101.00
18. Chase Town   582.94
19. Chase-Skimikin  533.27
21. China Valley   119.75
23. Celista District   270.93
24. Douglas Lake-Grand Prairie   445.12
25. Ducks  Station-Disdero    327.13
26. Duck Range   292.99
27. Fadear Creek   205.85
28. Fowler-Willette  471.65
32. Glenemma   97.00
33. Glenemma-Armstrong     128.60
30. Harper Valley  154.80
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   11,777.32
40. Kamloops-Vernon   8,559.80
41. Kamloops-Shuswap     518.14
47. Martin Prairie   441.31
48. Meadow Creek   84.50
49. Magna Ray   752.78
51. McMurphy District  172.00
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen   237.22
55. Notch Hill vicinity   326.62
59. Paxton A'alley   371.70
60. Paul Lake-Pritchard   155.35
61. Pinantan     405.24
64. Pillar Lake    147.50
65. Robins Range   698.32
70. Salmon  River    968.85
71. Sicamous-A'ernon    1,226.74
72. Squilax-Anglemont   2,073.92
73. Sorrento-Blind Bay   208.35
74. Sorrento  District    306.11
Carried forward     $36,280.41 $193,931.31 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 121
SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $36,280.41 $193,931.31
Reg. No.
76. Seymour Arm Bay   118.50
79. Squilax-Turtle Valley   375.00
80. Tappen-AA'hite Lake   851.08
81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown  717.84
82. Warren Creek   100.00
83. Yellowhead Pass   1.674.50
Montanion Bridge Fill   110.00
88. Blue River   147.93
92. Pemberton Range  354.00
93. Line 17   62.70
94. Sicamous-Canoe     1,5161)1
97. Canoe River   164.38
City of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial  (Arterial 38r).....  332.09
Municipality of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial  (Arterial 38r)  3,996.90
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie  (Secondary 20b)  438.12
Canoe  (Secondary 76b)     179.92
Sundry roads (units under $50)  230.05
Camp equipment  326.75
Plant and equipment   7.026.99
Plant and tools  1.337.26
Plant maintenance  2,847.79
Material       400.27
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc -       59,588.49
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
34. Dilworth   $72.00
46. Harpers Camp, No. 2  173.44
49. Haines      680.31
52. Johnson  810.73
60. Manson Creek   60.80
00. Miller  624.84
71. Monte Creek, No. 3   187.60
75. Moore  Creek  127.17
80. Pritchard     176.83
82. Robins Range    178.45
84. Salmon Arm, No. 1 -  '       75.00
'  87. Salmon River, No. 1 -  025.96
88a. Salmon River, No. 3  52.84
88b.   Salmon River, No. 4 - -  S0.00
89. Scarf  1  256.65
101.  Sorrento    72.00
105. Squilax  '.  376.01
169. Fowler Creek ....:  105.72
170. Donnelly's  96.00
8-Mile  227.32
10-Mile  125.00
12-Mile '- 200.00
14-Mile  100.00
171. Silver Creek  149.00
Veale's  125.16
Swanwick's     99.35
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  160.14
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          6,024.32
Vote 182—Ferries.
1. Avola  $487.68
2. Vavenby :  1,300.52
3. Sorrento-Scotch  Creek    4,117.43
5. Ducks  1,332.20
6. Shuswap Lake  8,000.00
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries        15,237.89
Carried fonvard ;  $274,782.01 M 122 PUBLIC AA'ORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued,
Brought fonvard  $274,782.01
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail across Adams Plateau   $100.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  100.00
Total, A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief          3,526.92
Total, Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief          4,246.80
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   $282,655.73
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Hope-Princeton      $4,722.14
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Penticton-Oliver   (diversion at Dog Lake)  $21,343.62
Tulameen-Bear Creek   8,971.66
Equipment-sheds, Penticton   3.182.00
Princeton-Keremeos   (Princeton end)     1,880.04
Hope-Princeton (Roach River Section from Princeton to Roach River) 3,981.45
$39,358.77
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :  Roads.
Oliver-Osoyoos     $9,966.48
Yellow Lake  (Parker Hill)    5,801.90
Penticton-Oliver  (diversion at Dog Lake)  5,637.37
Princeton-Keremeos   (Princeton end)     705.38
Hope-Princeton   3,107.33
$25,278.52
Total,  Capital Account—Roads       $09,359.43
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Osoyoos        $4,297.92
Okanagan Falls, over Okanagan River          4,880:49
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          9,178.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails
to Mineral Areas.
Trunk trail to junction of Pasayten and Similkameen Rivers   (Roche)
and east to Ashnola River Trail        $2,880.25
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas          2,880.25
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $79,337.79
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   2,919.24
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   1,649.26
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   11,169.78
$95,076.07
Special AA'arrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         4,159.23
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief         4,094.40
Total, Unemployment Relief      103,329.70
Carried forward  $184,747.79 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 123
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $184,747.79
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
10. Copper Mountain   $42S.70
67. Cawston roads   477.06
30. Coalmont streets   196.80
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney   93.00
26. Fairview-White Lake  125.00
22. Fairview-Cawston     73.50
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn   478.03
59. Hope-Princeton   421.44
35. Hedley-Princeton  1,392.42
48. Hedley streets  338.22
41. Keremeos-Hedley  1G.037.G2
42. Kruger Mountain   85.00
39. Kaleden Townsite   358.87
66. Keremeos streets   356.33
43. Keremeos Station  :  74.38
47. Marron Valley  387.27
45. Myers  Flat-Okanagan  Falls    110.37
51. McLean Creek  88.75
25. Nickel  Plate    93.50
86. Oliver-Osoyoos  2.715.69
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   1,217.17
53. 1-Mile-Prineeton  540.40
60. Penticton-Keremeos   2,181.76
73.  Penticton-Summerland     2,657.88
20. Penticton-Oliver  7.193.54
03.  Princeton-Otter Lake -.  1,138.35
Pleasant A'alley Coal-mine   135.00
68. Princeton streets  1,232.49
62.  Penticton-Carmi  117.00
52. Richter  Pass    400.20
70. Richter Mountain   122.20
78. Summers Creek  1G0.79
80. Shingle Creek    244.75
97.  Sidley  Mountain  roads  295.23
72.  South   Similkameen    61.90
Trunk trail to junction of Pasayten and Similkameen Rivers  413.00
40. White Lake   325.11
Yellow Lake  :  298.62
Sundry roads  (units under $50)   199.62
Plant and tools  :  3,930.34
Material Account  8.50
Penticton   Warehouse  660.70
Supervision—General Foreman and auto   3,371.31
$51,238.47
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
42r. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver   (arterial)          $2,849.82
29b. Penticton-Naramata  (secondary)    832.71
862. Fairview Road (secondary)    34.56
$3,717.09
Total, A'ote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       54,955.50
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges, 5-Mile Creek ,       $2,398.98
3. Ashnola   142.70
145. South Keremeos, No. 1  87.90
Carried forward       $2,629.58 $239,703.35 -
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PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $2,629.58 $239,703.35
Reg. No.
156. Sterling Creek   96.30
30. Penticton-Oliver, No. 8   383.13
183. S.O.L. Project, No. 2   221.70
178. McAlpine   .....  274.38
179. Raincock    :  130.48
163. Tulameen-Summit City, No. 5   765.80
136. Princeton     29.56
181. Davies   91.00
18. Copper Mountain, No. 1  625.65
Hedley-Princeton    32.95
Unnamed bridge, Cawston   47.49
Unnamed bridge, Penticton-Keremeos Road   34.05
Unnamed bridge, Hedley-Princeton Road   0.72
Bridges generally    1,673.08
39. Okanagan Falls, No. 2   488.02
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          7,529.89
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Archie Chisholm Trail, Tulameen River   $150.00
Rabbitt Mountain Trail    75.00
Nickel Plate Mine Road  100.00
Trail across North Fork of Granite Creek   25.00
Summit Camp Road, Tulameen River   396.95
Golden Zone Road, Hedley   150.00
Road to Liverpool, etc., Claims, Bear Creek   100.00
Road to Patsy Group of Claims, Sterling Creek   100.00
Roads and trails at Summit Camp, Tulameen  '  81.20
Trail to Lion Group of Claims, Tulameen River   75.00
Hope-Princeton  Trail    200.00
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,453.15
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief          1.278.71
Total,  Vote 186a—Unemployment Relief         14,757.33
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $264,722.43
SKEENA' DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Prince Rupert Highway  (Terrace-Cedarvale)    $50.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. G (a) :   Roads.
Surveys (Seymour Lake Road)   $46.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Babine Lake        $3,341.51
Lakelse Lake  508.35
$3,849.86
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $3,946.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
New Suspension Bridge at Haguelgate         $8,761.32
Carried forward       $3,946.11 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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SKEENA DISTRICT--Continued.
Brought forward        $3,946.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
New Suspension Bridge at Haguelgate   $32,441.87
Bridge at Braun's Island   819.65
$33,201.52
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       42,022.84
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads    $35,621.16
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads   688.56
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   1,212.49
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   1,020.55
$38,542.70
Special AA'arrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,001.10
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  873.20
Total, Unemployment Relief       41,077.12
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
Prince Rupert Highway  (Hubert-Smithers)     $3,382.18
Prince Rupert Highway (Smithers-Moricetown)        4,524.57
Prince Rupert Highway  (Moricetown-Hazelton)    2,020.9S
Prince Rupert Highway (Ilazelton-Cedarvale)    2,427.17
Prince Rupert Highway (Cedarvale-Tcrracc)    1,357.40
41. Andimaul    52.00
119. Andrews    122.00
84. B.C. Coal   2,015.22
11. Babine     034.20
8. Bohler   100.99
Bruce     236.25
9. Braun's Island    662.80
83. Chapman  52.35
42. Kitimat roads  •  198.75
13. Cronin   859.79
L20. Dieter    80.00
23. Driftwood   116.05
Eckman   167.75
44. Frank    82.26
128. Furness-Lewis  211.15
18. Gordon    :  93.50
Approach to Haguelgate Bridge  -  100.80
54. Halliwell  63.50
Hazelton  streets    535.10
112. Hazelton Station Road   393.95
34. Heal-Norris   151.57
High Level, Hazelton   278.75
123. Hodkins     299.00
35. Hudson Bay Mountain   206.53
37. Hynes Settlement   180.85
43. Kallum Lake   1,548.25
45. Keith   69.50
49. Kispiox Valley  2,462.13
40. Kitwanga Valley   340.50
104. Lake Kathlyn   66.00
52. Lakelse Lake   1,330.87
Lanfere   322.50
110. McConnell     246.76
57. Merkley  152.45
101. Moore, Kitwanga    50.00
Palmesen     50.00
66. Poplar Park  273.25
Port Essiugton streets   444.55
Carried fonvard  $28,964.17    $87,040.07
10 M 126
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $28,964.17
Reg. No.
7. Remo  , : '.  164.80
92.  Skeena   (west), Hazelton    302.90
19. Snake     400.18
Spring Creek Cut-off, Kalum Road   500.24
90. Tatlow     285.38
107. Telkwa High  :  937.25
Telkwa River   169.80
Terrace  Bridge    157.60
Terrace-Remo    136.00
95. Zimacord     64.00
86. Vanarsdol-Copper City  :   1,316.94
297. Babine Trail (Hazelton)   164.50
280. Trail to Hunter Group   175.00
229. Kalum Lake Trail   210.00
Rochester Trail   174.25
Nass River Trail   101.00
220. Yukon Telegraph Trail (Groundhog Mountain)   1,897.21
Surveys   101.55
General Foreman—
Salary     1,500.00
Travelling expenses   326.02
Culvert stock  915.20
Plant and tools    11,487.23
Sundry roads (units under $50)    777.75
$87,046.07
$51,300.97
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
Prince Rupert Highway  (Arterial 50r)   -  $8.00
Lakelse Avenue  (Arterial 51r)  235.02
Kalum Street  (Arterial 67b)   ,  202.01
$445.03
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc        51,746.00
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
8. Boulder Creek   $54.03
14.  Cedar River   183.55
21. Canyon  Creek    54.49
26. Driftwood Creek   124.06
92. Slough, Terrace   144.00
Newens   378.23
135.  Skeena River, Terrace   64.00
102. Doughty     120.67
169. Chicken Creek   73.03
174. Beament   88.02
200. Glacier Creek  105.17
201. Hollywood     282.34
Tatlow     200.10
105. Two Bridge Creek  \  55.07
118-123. Usk-Vanarsdol  135.90
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  287.97
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance      '   2,350.63
A'ote 182—Ferries.
Cedarvale   i  $1,060.11
Copper City   1,065.00
Copper City  (basket)    50.20
Hazelton   2,923.02
Kitwanga    1,056.99
Pacific  790.70
Carried fonvard  $6,946.02 $141,142.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
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Reg
294.
290.
202.
275.
82.
217.
281.
205.
234.
286.
208.
280.
296.
292.
231.
284.
221.
23.
252.
295.
268.
228.
237.
236.
279.
272.
282.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 182—Ferries—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,946.02 $141,142.70
Remo  .'.  1,766.95
Usk    1,832.01
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries        10,544.98
A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
No.
Midway Group Trail   $100.00
Diorite Mineral Claim   100.00
Big Four Group Trail   150.00
Milk Creek Trail to Grandview   200.00
Hunter Basin Trail   49.50
Left Bank of Lome Creek Trail  50.00
Empire Group Trail   100.00
Silver Lakes Trail ...  005.63
Zymoetz  (Copper River)  Trail   150.00
Head of South Fork, Kleanza Creek   249.25
Lucky Luke Trail   396.50
Kleanza to Silver Chloride   100.00
North Fork of Chimdemash   191.54
Chimdemash Creek Trail   300.00
Hunter Group Trail, Cedar River   175.00
Hunter Group Trail, Khutze Inlet   114.50
E.D. Group Trail   150.00
Kleanza Creek Trail   396.50
St. Elmo and United Province Group   200.00
Algoma Group Trail   200.00
Lome Creek Trail   200.00
Silver Sisters Trail   148.00
Nugget Group Trail   100.00
Harvey Group Trail   50.00
Dardanelle Group Trail   100.00
Right Bank of Lome Creek Trail   100.00
Driftwood Creek Road   523.25
Williams Creek Trail   25.00
Waverley Group Trail   50.00
Bornite King Group Trail   100.00
Fiddler Group Trail   100.00
Little Joe Group Trail   50.00
Kitnaiakwa River Trail  100.00
Buccaneer of the North Trail   100.00
Placer property, Lome Creek   199.80
Main Fork, Telkwa River   100.00
Porcupine Creek Trail   147.60
Manson Creek Trail   367.45
Glacier Gulch Group Trail   99.00
Gold, Silver, Copper, and Silvery Galena   99.00
Diadem Group Trail   99.00
Bermaline Group Trail   237.00
Snowshoe Group Trail   49.50
Total, Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  7,123.02
Total, A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief          2,055.23
Total, A'ote 186a—Unemployment Relief          1,058.09
Total expenditure, Skeena District   $161,924.02
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
Kelowna-Carmi      $13,152.84
Peachland-Thirsk          1,502.15
AA'estside (settlers' roads)          1,758.19
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $16,413.18
Carried fonvard     $16,413.18 M 128
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard ■     $16,413.18
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
36. Belgo   $3,784.32
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        $3,784.32
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $16,560.44
" Federal Relief Act. 1930 "—Roads   3.00
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   4,418.20
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   999.50
$21,981.20
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief ,. 1,821.17
Special AA'arrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  1,809.13
Total, Unemployment Relief       25,671.50
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Bulman Subdivision  $82.75
3. Belgo Subdivision   (north)    69.50
4. Belgo Subdivision   (south)  215.50
5. Bear Creek  09.50
7. Benvoulin   361.35
9.  Glenmore Subdivision   511.25
10. Gellatly-Lake Shore  127.00
11. Glenrosa  Main    85.50
13. Hydraulic Creek   1,961.75
15. Joe Riche District    1.011.85
16. Kelowna-A'ernon  (north)     2,532.38
17. Kelowna-Vernon  (south)     2,950.69
18. K.L.O. Main   2.270.08
19. K.L.O.   Subdivision     264.75
21. Lake Shore  (Okanagan Mission)  1,781.08
24. Meadow Valley and branches  254.50
25. North Naramata  150.34
26. Naramata Village  344.25
27. Naramata Subdivision  477.60
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision  262.58
31. Peachland-Princeton     465.90
32. Penticton-Summerland     3,285.82
33. Pentieton-Naramata  3,988.63
34. Rutland Subdivision  898.00
35. Richter Street  60.50
37. S.K.L. Subdivision  96.20
3S.  South Okanagan and branches   357.75
39. Spiers    101.25
40. Summerland-Peachland   1,675.09
43. Trepanier and branches   162.50
45. AVoodlawn Subdivision   87.25
40. AA'estside   299.47
47. Westbank Subdivision   829.40
48. Westbank Ferry   1,826.58
49. Woods Lake Bottom roads   108.70
50. Casorso   177.00
51. McKenzie  71.50
54. T. Bulman  58.95
55. Chute Lake   181.00
40r. Peachland-Kelowna  (Municipality of Peachland)     2,624.06
41r.  Penticton-Kelowna   (Municipality of Summerland)     2,204.94
Sundry roads (units under $50)    75.55
Plant, tools, and equipment   9,583.85
Roads, general   1,430.80
Carried forward  $40,440.89    $45,809.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 129
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $40,440.89    $45,869.00
General Foreman          2,369.45
Auto     522.78
Foreman's car   452.32
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       49,785.44
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
1. Bear Creek  $147.00
25. Mill Creek, No. 1  192.02
41. Powers Creek, No. 1   290.76
43. Sawmill Creek, No. 1  387.25
44. Sawmill Creek, No. 2 ..•.. 228.35
31. Trout Creek, No. 5  125.60
Sundry bridges   (units under $50)     93.06
Bridges,  general  506.30
Total, A'ote 182—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,970.94
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief   760.02
Total, A'ote 186a—Unemployment Relief   249.38
$98,634.78
Vote 182—Ferries, credit balance          8,323.90
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District     $90,310.88
YALE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Hope-Princeton          $4,876.56
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
30.  Spences Bridge-Ashcroft        $7,751.96
44. Spences Bridge-Merritt          6,435.76
63. Kamloops-Merritt  733.35
$14,921.07
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $19,797.63
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Collettville   !       $4,715.24
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Bluff 91  $3,052.28
Ashcroft   98,248.28
Curnow   11,848.66
Emory Creek   948.10
$114,097.32
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      118,812.56
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment Relief—Roads   $169,556.41
" Federal Relief Act, 1930 "—Roads          1,329.22
Carried forward  $170,885.63 $138,610.19 M 130 PUBLIC AA'ORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
YALE DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Continued.
Brought forward  $170,885.63 $138,610.19
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads   7,970.25
Non-contributory (G)—Roads   2,229.77
$1S1,0S5.65
Special Warrant No. 17.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  5,824.80
Special AVarrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  11,099.39
Total, Unemployment Relief      198,609.84
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
26r. Trans-Provincial Highway   (arterial)     $6,441.54
73r. Merritt-Spences Bridge  (arterial)    89.06
60a.  Harrison Hot Springs  (primary)    25.75
2. Harrison Hot Springs   625.46
6. Hope-Rosedale     1,865.90
20. Chaumox     250.60
21. Keefers    81.00
22. Lytton-Lillooet   837.55
25. Botanie Creek   1,317.41
26. Winch   243.82
30.  Spences Bridge-Asheroft   5,343.43
32. Venables  Valley    113.40
36. Cariboo   359.20
40. Highland A'alley   307.46
42. Cache Creek-Savona   1,452.72
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge   4,000.78
48. Aberdeen Mine  242.08
51. Petit  Creek    437.50
55. Mamit Lake   1,144.25
63. Merritt-Kamloops '.  6,650.86
64. Mill Creek   117.00
68. Grand Prairie-Douglas Lake   592.72
69. Lauder-Hawkins   117.70
70. Merritt-Princeton   5,056.84
71. Coldwater   997.38
73. Kane Valley   281.40
76. Aspen Grove-Princeton   64.00
78. Voght Valley   330.67
82. Hope-Princeton     247.43
84. Brookmere     371.25
86. Green  105.50
91. Lillooet Avenue  (Harrison Hot Springs)    389.27
96. Penask     333.11
101. Douglas Lake    842.07
106. Popcum  v  99.50
Osprey Lake    60.00
Peachland-Princeton    :  400.00
Aurum Mines   502.65
Sundry roads (units under $50)   161.70
Camp equipment   92.18
Plant and tools   2,826.74
Gasoline and oil   530.92
Total, Vote 182—Roads, Trails, etc       46,355.80
A'ote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Ashcroft    $891.50
Harrison River   241.85
Alexandra   2.649.34
Collettville    929.50
Spences   81.73
Choate   1,074.03
Carried fonvard  $5,807.95 $383,575.83 .     STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.' M 131
YALE DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $5,867.95 $383,575.83
Spuzzum   667.67
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)           3,186.43
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance          9,722.05
A'ote 182—Ferries.
Lytton   $913.60
Siwash Creek Cable-ferry   2.50
Total, A'ote 182—Ferries   916.10
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Hillsbar and Ladner Creek Trail  $510.00
Hillsbar Creek Trail   190.00
Hope-Princeton Trail   197.00
Home Gold Mines Trail   150.00
Keefer-Angus Beaton Trail  348.75
Coldwater-Fraser River Trail   100.00
Skookum Creek Trail   200.00
Fraser River Cable   50.00
June Mineral Trail-Gladwin Creek Road   150.00
Mary Reynolds Mine Road   200.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,095.75
Total, A'ote 182—Unemployment Relief          1,446.15
Total expenditure, Yale District (North)   $397,755.88
YALE DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
82. Hope-Princeton       $3,312.84
Total, Capital Account—Roads  '. ZT     $3,312.84
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e).
Unemployment  Relief—Roads    $113,792.94
Direct Relief  (F)—Roads          7,021.07
Non-contributory (G)—Roads         2,431.84
Special AA'arrant No. 17.     Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief  3,724.04
Special Warrant No. 18.    Unemployment Relief—Direct Relief        12,460.41
Total, Unemployment Relief      139,430.90
Vote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Harrison Hot Springs   $95.60
6. Hope-Rosedale  7,521.76
Hope Town   1,493.05
82. Hope-Princeton   806.64
204. Harrison Bay-Agassiz   520.40
Snow-removal     222.00
Plant and tools   205.58
$10,865.63
A'ote 182—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
26r. Trans-Provincial        $3,503.77
00a. Harrison Hot Springs   360.29
$3,864.06
Total, A'ote 182—Roads. Trails, etc :       14,729.69
Carried forward  $157,473.43 M 132 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
YALE DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—-Continued.
Brought forward -  $157,473.43
A'ote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
6. Second Twin Bridge, No. 1   $128.76
7. Second Twin Bridge, No. 3   128.77
Coquihalla     152.38
67. Caignou   407.84
Harrison River   662.91
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance '.         1,480.66
A'ote 182—Surveys.
Agassiz-Haig  : :  $493.53
Total, Vote 182—Surveys  493.53
Total, Vote 182—Unemployment Relief          4,479.12
Vote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Road to property of Aurum Mines   $868.45
Pierce Mountain Trail   50.00
Total, A'ote 140—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  918.45
Total expenditure, Yale District (South)   $164,845.19
Total expenditure, Yale District   $562,601.07
MISCELLANEOUS.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a).
Bituminous surfacing generally  $123.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a)   :  $123.00
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a).
Equipment Fund  $115,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a)     $115,000.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—"Federal Unemployment
Relief Act, 1930."
Victoria  City   .-  $174.00
Total,   "B.C.   Loan  Act,   1931,"   Sec.  0   (e)— "Federal   Unemployment
Relief Act, 1930 "  $174.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e).
Victoria City  (Non-contributory G)       $1,127.98
Supervision generally        44,310.33
Total,   "B.C.   Loan   Act,   1931."   Sec.   0   (e)— "Federal   Unemployment
Relief Act "           45,438.31
$45,612.31
A^OTE 182.
Bridges generally   $2,823.06
Ferries generally   25.50
Launch  3,736.51
Traffic operation, administration   12,096.98
Contingencies    :  8,458.89
Supervision, relief-work   2,365.30
Total, Vote 182  '       $29,506.24 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 133
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1930."
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Municipal Works.
Alberni   $1,812.45
Atlin   500.00
Burnaby  20,676.90
Cariboo, South   177.58
Chilliwack   990.91
Comox     1,250.00
Cowichan-Newcastie     758.37
Cranbrook  :  3,269.41
Delta     1,625.00
Dewdney     7,301.32
Fernie  4,913.91
Fort George  2,685.95
Grand Forks-Greenwood   687.48
Kamloops  421.04
Kaslo-Slocan   2.281.84
Lillooet, South  .'  125.00
Nanaimo  5,182.38
North Okanagan    2,553.02
South Okanagan    6,100.82
Nelson     2,046.29
New AA'estminster  :  8,934.14
Omineca   271.52
Prince Rupert  1,580.24
Revelstoke   1,777.73
Richmond-Point Grey   8,350.10
Saanich    4,002.04
Salmon Arm   3,541.47
Similkameen    1,860.70
Skeena    243.44
Vancouver, North    16.403.75
Vancouver City  75,823.74
Yale   :  2,149.16
Victoria  :  17,293.29
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1930 "—Municipal AVorks  ' $213,591.05
" UNEMPLOYMENT AND FARM RELIEF ACT, 1931."
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a)—Forestry Trails.
Alberni   $97.85
Cariboo, North   504.21
Cowichan-Newcastie     724.06
Cranbrook   227.10
Creston  381.85
Delta  826.09
Dewdney     136.45
Fernie     549.44
Fort George  1,139.53
Grand Forks-Greenwood  270.45
Kamloops  276.67
Kaslo-Slocan   1,198.78
North Okanagan   88.20
Omineca  1,979.10
Revelstoke  137.53
Rossland-Trail     8.53
Salmon Arm  235.36
Similkameen    548.93
Skeena   886.03
Yale    1,094.49
Total, " Unemployment and Farm Relief Act, 1931 "—Forestry Trails       $11,310.65
"B.C. LOAN ACT, 1931," SEC. 6  (a)—BITUMINOUS SURFACING.
Reg. No. Alberni District.
100. Canadian Highway        $8,420.56
156. Island Highway          6,219.90
Carried fonvard     $14,640.46 M 134 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
"B.C. LOAN ACT, 1931,"  SEC. 6   (a)—BITUMINOUS  SURFACING—Continued.
Alberni District—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $14,640.46
Reg. No.
158. Hilliers Cross-road          6,493.58
Departure Bay Road   144.15
53r. Canadian Highway   105.99
      $21,384.18
Chilliwack District.
4b. Trans-Provincial Highway      $28,492.15
12b. Abbotsford-Mission Road   •     1,367.45
 29,859.60
Comox District.
32r. Island Highway       $1,643.78
196. Island Highway  .".       13,367.86
         15,011.64
Cowichan-Newcastle District.
7. Bench Road   $900.75
23. Cowichan Lake Road   9,915.68
32. Northfield Road   564.94
35. Minetown Road   387.31
70. Lakeside Road   396.58
95. Old Koksilah Road   1,701.29
98. Old Victoria Trunk Road   1,944.32
132. Island Highway       10,002.88
31b. Island Highway          2,883.60
68b. Island Highway    208.98
63a. Cowichan Lake Road   502.45
         29,408.78
Cranbrook District.
Kimberley streets          13,176.53
Delta District.
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway      $40,944.03
15b. Peace Arch Highway          4,152.78
         45,097.41
Dewdney District.
22r. Trans-Provincial Highway  $18,097.43
23r. Trans-Provincial Highway  10.352.61
24r. Abbotsford-Mission Road   3,060.90
25r. Trans-Provincial Highway   1,512.36
10r. Coquitlam Road  1,071.90
73b. Dewdney Trunk Road   2,700.80
loco Townsite roads   1,197.80
         38,053.80
Esquimalt District.
15. Belmont Road  -. .".  $999.12
68. Halhead Road   2,249.98
76.'Island Highway  13,606.02
117. Old Trunk Road   3,518.80
147. West Sooke Road   389.81
149. Station Road   210.02
Dumford Road  260.89
         21,234.64
Islands District.
4. Beacon Road   $683.06
6. Birch Avenue   555.94
8. Centre  Road    1,298.91
10. Chalet Road   451.81
13. Downey Road   454.53
14. East Saanich Road  68.19
22. AVest Saanich Road   1.573.27
30. Queens Avenue   907.10
Carried fonvard       $5,992.81    $213,226.58 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. M 135
"B.C. LOAN ACT,  1931,"  SEC. 6   (a)—BITUMINOUS  SURFACING—Continued.
Islands District—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,992.81    $213,226.58
Reg. No.
35. Fifth Street   328.73
116. Divide Road   5,260.20
157. Swartz Bay Road   2,363.35
School Cross-road   210.67
         14,155.76
Kamloops District.
43. Kamloops-Tranquille Road         17,508.16
Mackenzie District.
111. Lund Road        $1,275.83
134. Cranberry Lake Road         2,924.97
137. Thunder Bay Road          4,742.64
Townsite roads          1,956.12
        10,399.56
Nanaimo District.
3. Marine Drive   $553.87
4. Bruce Avenue  308.14
15. Departure Bay Road         3,204.39
34. Fifth Avenue   721.80
35. Fourth  Street   386.54
48. Harewood Avenue   553.70
50. Howard Avenue    892.48
58. Second Street   238.32
97. Rosehill Avenue  450.27
127. Island Highway  997.87
151. Northfield Road  364.83
24. Extension Road   101.05
Holly Avenue   25.75
Fifth Street, Townsite   17.16
  8,816.17
North Okanagan District.
71. Long Lake Road   43.72
Rossland-Trail District.
4. Castlegar Road      $16,946.61
23. Rossland-Trail Road        13.149.20
         30,095.81
Saanich District.
2. Scott Road   $801.55
28r. Gorge Road          1,560.97
29r. Quadra-Saanich Road          1,283.58
30r. East Saanich Road          0,713.31
52r. West Saanich Road          4,989.90
         15,349.31
Salmon Arm District.
38e. Trans-Provincial Highway          11,132.56
Similkameen District.
Keremeos-Hedley Road   128.35
Yale District.
26r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $146.30
60a. Harrison Hot Springs Road          2,994.94
2. Harrison Hot Springs Road   145.84
  3,287.08
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a)—Bituminous Surfacing     $324,643.06 M 136 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929." Sec. 6 (B).
Essondale—
Occupational Building       $9,145.22
Doctor's residence, Assistant Medical Superintendent's residence, A'ocational Building, and greenhouse  5,550.78
Disinfector         3,050.37
Fire Hall         1,340.84
Veterans' Unit, grading, sidewalks, roads, etc       21,137.57
Furniture  (New Infirmary), Veterans' Unit, and Kitchen
Block       100,505.78
Acute Building, curbs and sidewalks  619.08
 $141,410.24
Tranquille—Fire-truck and house for same         3,738.03
New AA'estminster—
A'ault, Government Agent's Office        $1,143.06
Remodelling Mental Hospital        29,083.14
      30,226.20
Princeton—Court-house and Constable's residence   2,307.93
Boys' Industrial School—Fire-alarm extension          1,271.95
Saanich—Septic tank          2,283.87
Lockup, Canal Flats, purchase of Lots 10 and 9. Block 4, subdiv. of pt. Lot
110, Kootenay District   230.93
Lillooet—
Wiring   $847.39
Purchase of Lot 42, Block 3, Map 209.  825.00
Fencing, Oakalla Prison Farm          1,370.86
         3,043.25
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (B) $184,572.40
" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (B).
Essondale—
Female Chronic Building, furnishings  $1,635.00
Sidewalks, curbs, etc  1,007.55
Irrigation of west lawn   2,137.63
Grounds and fire-supply, Nurses' Home, Apartment Block.. 1,707.31
Doctor's residence, Fire Hall, etc  99.43
Veterans' Unit, completion   134,295.27
Veterans' Unit, furnishings   21.842.05
Farm dykes  4,095.00
Colony Farm quarters, furnishings   78.59
  $106,897.83
Nelson  Gaol        11,398.45
New Westminster—
Power-house        $24,197.35
Remodelling old building     135,043.15
Mental Hospital, furnishings        21,459.82
     180,700.32
Oakalla—
Laundry, kitchen, stack, and equipment       $2,521.26
Fencing           6.551.63
        9,072.89
Boys' Industrial School—
Occupational Building       $2,970.84
Chicken-house          1,330.06
 4,306.90
Prince George Gaol          6,150.27
Princeton Mine-rescue Station   682.50
Tranquille—
Remodelling power plant      $42,421.55
S.  100, G.E.  Refrigeration,  110-volt,  complete with  unit
and accessories   531.42
      42,952.97
Ashcroft Lockup  '.         1.018.70
Hazelton Lockup          2,614.20
A'anderhoof Lockup          1,335.75
Carried forward  $427,130.78    $184,572.40 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS)—Continued.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)— Continued.
Brought forward  $427,130.78    $184,572.40
Vancouver—
Laboratory        $17,107.06
Psychopathic Hospital, preliminary expenses   200.00
       17,307.06
A'ictoria Normal School—Improvements to grounds         6,911.97
AVilliams Lake—
Residence, Public AVorks Department   $823.60
House and office, Agricultural Department   653.60
         1,477.20
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (B)         452,827.01
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (d).
Victoria Court-house, preliminary expenses         $4,368.88
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (d) .-.  4,368.88
Total, Capital Expenditures  (Buildings)       $641,768.29
SPECIAL AVARRANT No. 13.    " P " :   MUNICIPAL AVORKS,
" UNEMPLOYMENT AND FARM RELIEF ACT, 1931."
Alberni City   $684.69
Armstrong City   302.49
Burnaby District   63,960.27
Chilliwack City   284.35
Chilliwack District   1,109.18
Coquitlam District !  2,034.97
Courtenay City   1,256.25
Cranbrook City   757.89
Cumberland City   318.40
Delta District   822.93
Duncan City  428.61
Fernie City   13,313.74
Grand Forks City  1,400.00
Kamloops City  2,021.32
Kaslo City   170.43
Kelowna City   403.83
Township of Langley   2,223.25
Maple Ridge District   1.125.00
Matsqui   District    ?  1,1S6.48
Mission District   902.36
Mission Village   307.64
Nanaimo City   10,150.98
Nelson City  :  3,174.90
North Cowichan District   3,253.66
North Vancouver District   19,827.06
North Vancouver City   23,512.85
New Denver Village  ;  84.23
New Westminster City   15,376.02
Oak Bay District  1,675.00
Peachland District  534.47
Penticton District   2,741.76
Pitt Meadows District   58.63
Port Alberni City   790.55
Port Moody City  344.72
Prince Rupert City  9,903.54
Revelstoke City   206.50
Richmond District   8,526.03
Rossland City   4,448.55
Saanich District   7,718.75
Salmon Arm City  519.05
Slocan City   145.21
Summerland District   420.57
Carried fonvard  $208,433.11 M 138
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1931-32.
SPECIAL WARRANT No. 13.    " P " :   MUNICIPAL WORKS—Continued.
Brought forward  $208,433.11
Surrey District   2,509.76
Trail City   5,892.25
Vancouver City   148,103.23
Vernon City   1,558.05
West Vancouver District   4,090.50
Victoria City   36,725.00
Village of Abbotsford  33.60
Total, Special Warrant No. 13—Municipal Works     $407,345.50
Total expenditure   (excepting A'otes 178-181, 184^186, and Special Warrant No. 4)    $7,989,580.71
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1932.
475-1032-1052  . ' '

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