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 ESTIMATES
OF   THE
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE
FISCAL YEAB ENDING- 31ST MAECH
1934
AS EMBODIED IN SUPPLY ACT, 1933
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933. ESTIMATED EEVENUE
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAE ENDING 31ST MAKOH, 1934
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1932-33.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$25,000.00
250.00
9,750.00
$35,000.00
$12,000.00
95,000.00
75,000.00
5,000.00
252,000.00
3,750,000.00
55,000.00
300,000.00
100,000.00
425,000.00
1,772,000.00
28,000.00
30,000.00
5,000.00
6,000.00
16,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
1,966,000.00
$2,200.00
250.00
$2,450.00
$29,151.06
190,000.00
555,410.40
100,000.00
$874,561.46
CURRENT ACCOUNT.
Department of Agriculture :
Horticultural Inspection Fees and Licences
Seed-grain Advances Refunds 	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
Total, Department of Agriculture	
Department of the Attorney-General :
" Administration Act"—Fees, etc	
Companies Branch	
Court Fees and Fines	
Dog Licences	
" Game Act "—Fees and Licences	
" Government Liquor Act " 	
" Insurance Act " 	
Land Registry Fees	
Law Stamps 	
" Motor-vehicle Act " :
Registration Fees, etc      $250,000.00
Annual   Licences,   Motor-vehicles
(except Motor-cycles)       1,910,000.00
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs         28,000.00
$7,000.00
10,000.00
$11,000.00
50,000.00
50,000.00
5,000.00
180,000.00
2,000,000.00
52,500.00
190,000.00
90,000.00
" Moving Pictures Act " 	
" Real-estate Agents' Licensing Act'
" Security Frauds Prevention Act "
Sheriffs' Fees 	
Trade Licences 	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
2,188,000.00
25,700.00
4,500.00
4,500.00
14,000.00
30,000.00
5,000.00
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
Department of Education :
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates
Miscellaneous Receipts	
$2,200.00
250.00
Total, Department of Education
Department of Finance :
Dominion of Canada:
•    Annual Interest   $29,151.06
Annual Subsidy   190,000.00
Annual Grant per Capita  555,410.40
Annual Grant for Lands conveyed.. 100,000.00
$874,561.46
$17,000.00
4,900,200.00
2,450.00
Carried fonvard      $874,561.46    $4,919,650.00 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 3
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1932-33.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$874,561.46
375,000.00
150,000.00
2,400,000.00
385,000.00
5,250,000.00
19,080.00
150,000.00
1,730;
700.
100
100,
150,
235,
11,
5,
650,
550,
25,
50,
7,
000.00
000.09
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
000.00
500.00
$13,917,141.46
$125,000.00
$1,000.00
$15,000
175,000
130,000
12,000
75,000
910,000
1,250,000
500,000
210,000
6,000
$3,283,000.00
$2,000.00
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward       $874,561.46    $4,919,650.00
Department of Finance—Continued.
Amusement-tickets Tax   175,000.00
Coal and Coke Tax  90,000.00
Gasoline Tax  2,000,000.00
Fuel-oil Tax   	
Income and Personal Property Tax   4,850,000.00
Interest:
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act "   19,080.00
Miscellaneous    150,000.00
Land Taxes:
Real Property   1,500,000.00
Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands  450,000.00
Mineral Tax   60,000.00
Poll Tax   35,000.00
Probate Fees   125,000.00
Races Tax   140,000.00
Rents, Miscellaneous  11,000.00
Revenue Service Refunds   1,000.00
Rural District School Taxes  600,000.00
Succession Duties   865,000.00
Trust Deposits reverted to Crown   25,000.00
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims  50,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts  5,000.00
Total, Department of Finance      12,025,641.46
Department of Fisheries :
Fishing and Cannery Licences  100,000.00
Department of Labour :
Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees   550.00
Department of Lands :
Grazing Permits and Fees  $15,400.00
Land Revenue, Sundry  120,000.00
Land  Sales   80,000.00
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps  12,000.00
Timber Leases   75,000.00
Timber Licences  950,000.00
Timber Royalties   1,200,000.00
Timber Sales  400,000.00
Water Rentals and Recording Fees   200,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts    6,000.00
Total, Department of Lands        3,058,400.00
Legislation :
Private Bills Fees   2,000.00
Carried forward    $20,106,241.46 X 4
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
for Fiscal Year
1932-33.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$450.00
55,000.00
325.00
90,000.00
$145,775.00
$25,000.00
25,000.00
11,900.00
1,500.00
$63,400.00
1.00
16,000.00
1,500.00
$18,000.00
$4,000.00
75,000.00
$79,000.00
$24,637,766.46
$6,000.00
200,000.00
$206,000.00
$24,843,766.46
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought fonvard    $20,106,241.46
Department of Mines :
Bureau of Mines 	
Free Miners' Certificates	
Miners' Examinations and Certificates
Mining Receipts, General 	
$450.00
50,000.00
400.00
82,500.00
Total, Department of Mines
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
King's Printer (net profits) 	
Marriage Licences 	
Vital Statistics, etc	
Miscellaneous Receipts  	
133,350.00
$25,000.00
15,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary
49,000.00
Department of Public Works :
Government Property sold
Traffic Control 	
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
$500.00
9,000.00
1,500.00
Total, Department of Public AVorks
11,000.00
Department of Railway's :
Inspection Fees 	
New Westminster Bridge Tolls
$2,000.00
75,000.00
Total, Department of Railways
77,000.00
Total, Current Account     $20,376,591.46
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Refunds of Capital Expenditures:
Charged to Income 	
Charged to Loans 	
$1,000.00
120,000.00
Total, Capital Account
121,000.00
Total Estimated Revenue for Fiscal Year 1933-34....   $20,497,591.46 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPEND1TUEE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31 ST MARCH, 1934
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
6,218,379.47
$114,520.00
$15,953.32
$1,000.00
$11,800.00
28,108.56
8,026.80
15,879.80
12,000.00
28,020.00
11,821.60
5,500.00
20,310.88
47,996.72
18,743.20
9,063.20
26,930.92
76,560.36
$320,762.04
$10,975.00
23,757.00
27,934.00
10.00
7,111.00
13,687.00
24,505.00
8,195.00
3,080.00
133,291.00
64,933.00
590,512.00
102,474.00
11,168.00
$1,021,632.00
CURRENT ACCCOUNT.
Page.
1. Public Debt      9-11
2. Legislation          12
3. Premier's Office          12
4. The    Executive     (Ministers    without
Portfolio)         13
Department of Agriculture :
5. Minister's Office   13
6. General Office   13
7. Markets Branch   14
8. Horticultural Branch   14
9. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests,
Diseases, etc  14-15
10. Plant Quarantine Branch          15
11. Plant Pathology and Entomology          15
12. Control of Foul-brood, Diseases, etc        16
13. Live Stock Branch         16
14. District Agriculturists   16-17
15. Veterinary Branch          17
16. Field Crop Branch  17-18
17. Dairy Branch          18
18-35.      Miscellaneous Votes  18-19
Department of the Attorney-General :
33. Attorney-General's Office         19
37. General Office   19-20
38. Companies Branch   20-21
39. " Fire Marshal Act "         22
40. Municipal Branch          22
41. Censor of Moving Pictures          23
42. Sheriffs'  Offices    23-24
43. Official Administrator, Vancouver        24
44. Official Guardian   24-25
45. Land Registry Offices   25-28
46. Supreme and County Courts   28-31
47. Provincial Police   31-32
48. County Gaols  32-33
49. Girls' Industrial School   33-34
Carried fonvard ,	
3,980,374.08
99,405.00
14,933,78
250.00
10,594.12
25,579.46
5,780.40
15,432.80
10,000.00
9,111,11
10,532,S8
3,990.38
18,775.20
42,953.06
13,994.70
7,811.58
25,745.34
51,940.00
$252,241.09
$10,070.48
23,229.08
24,345.94
10.00
6,762.50
9,788.80
22,185.10
7,984.22
2,994.26
110,176.33
59,227.52
604,969.00
98,724.00
10,291.00
$990,758.29
1,980,374.08
99,405.00
14,933.78
250.00
252,241.09
$7,347,203.95 -
X 6
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
$1,021,632.00
193,179.00
103,300.00
33,750.00
785,000.00
50.
51.
52-56.
Stat.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68-77.
Stat.
78.
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
86-93.
Stat.
Stat.
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued.
$990,758.29
200,515.00
91,500.00
29,948.00
$7,347,203.95
1,312,721.2S
Page.
Department of the Attorney-General
—Continued.
Game Branch          34
Miscellaneous Votes          35
"Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1)
(c)—Municipalities, share of profits..
Department of Education :
Minister's Office          35
General Office         36
Text-book Branch         36
$2,136,861.00
$1,312,721.29
$10,470.00
29,419.80
10.00
57,200.00
31,515.24
41,073.40
97,596.40
55,455.81
30,115.56
2,196,526.00
223,200.00
50,000.00
373,430.00
650,000.00
"   $9,612.80
27,291.40
10.00
56,200.00
30,145.06
37,8S9.08
92,221.70
27,317.99
29,705.49
1,781,000.00
Free Text-books          37
Inspection of Schools   38-39
Normal Schools   39—10
School for the Deaf and Blind        41
Teachers' Salaries 	
School Buildings        41
28,000.00
359,300.80
" Public Schools Act Amendment Act,"
Chap. 74, 1918,  Sec. 26—Rural District School Taxes          43
Department of Finance :
Minister's Office         43
General Office   43-44
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate
$625,000.00
$3,846,012.21
$2,478,694.38
$625,000.00
3,103,094.3a
$11,583.60
34,172.16
10,835.60
64,419.00
105,390.88
17,699.20
558,290.60
33,121.40
71,150.00
570,000.00
170,000.00
200.00
$10,877.72
34,882.84
10,580.00
60,541.04
103,811.51
17,734.43
563,585.83
35,543.70
66,650.00
1,509,207.07
Surveyor of Taxes   46-47
Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and
Overseas  Markets  Branch,   London,
England   47-49
Government Agents, Assessors, etc.         49-65
Postal Branch        06
Miscellaneous Votes         66
" Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Share of motor-vehicle and chauffeurs' licences         66
$570,000.00
35,000.00
$1,646,862.44
$904,207.07
$605,000.00
$13,272,826.69 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 7
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
$20,286.20
$14,988.64
5,099.80
34,745.00
7,108.48
392,030.25
$454,572.17
$11,422.20
502,395.97
1,500.00
139,350.00
13,189.00
114,500.00
51,000.00
$833,357.17
$12,309.80
17,749.36
33,543.00
16,182.20
10,548.00
2,000.00
85,619.40
$177,951.76
$9,810.00
16,846.44
121,442.72
19,614.88
29,186.20
7,711.36
419,430.2S
25,037.12
199,146.91
39,996.66
688,403.00
11,348.96
10,581.40
44,719.36
$1,643,275.29
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Page.
94. Department of Fisheries         07
Department of Labour :
95. General Office          67
96. Minimum Wage Board   67-68
97. Employment Service   68-71
98. Factories Inspection         72
Stat.      " Old-age Pension Act "  ,         72
Department of Lands :
99. Minister's Office          73
100. Salaries  73-81
101. Temporary Assistance        81
102. Expenses, General Office and Branches       81
103. Administration of Land Settlement          81
104. British Boys' Farm Settlement          81
105-111.      Miscellaneous Votes        81
Stat.      Forest Reserve Account 	
Stat.      Grazing:   Range Improvement Fund ....       82
Department of Mines :
112. Minister's Office  82
113. General Office   S2
114. Mines Inspection Branch   83
115. Bureau of Mines   83
116. Mine-rescue and Training Stations   83-84
117. Grants   84
118-122. Miscellaneous Votes   84
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
123. Minister's Office   84
124. General Office   85
125. Provincial Board of Health  85-87
126. Provincial Library and Archives   87
127. " Public Libraries Act"   88
128. Provincial Museum  88
129. Mental Hospitals   89-92
130. Provincial Home, Kamloops   92-93
131. Tubercular Hospital and Farm   93-94
132. Boys' Industrial School   95
133. Welfare Branch   96-97
134. Doukhobor Children   97
135. Provincial Home for Incurables  97
136. Civil Service Commission   98
137. Administration    of    " Superannuation
Act " and " Teachers' Pensions Act "    98-99
Carried fonvard	
$13,962.00
$14,697.76
5,017.42
27,822.16
6,887.32
$54,424.00
$10,748.72
450,592.98
1,500.00
95,500.00
6,000.00
500.00
54,000.00
$618,841.70
$11,097.58
16,170.02
32,450.60
15,324.78
9,358.44
1,500.00
78,024.40
$103,925.82
$9,112.80
16,028.68
106,742.40
18,383.46
9,925.60
5,731.32
464,370.20
20,859.40
148,601.43
35,427.96
216,533.40
40,000.00
6,824.68
9,051.30
41,530.50
$13,272,820.09
13,962.00
$441,523.95
$441,523.95
495,948.01
5,133.00
$5,133.00
023,974.70
163,925.82
$375,000.00
$1,149,123.19
$375,000.00
$14,570,637.82 X 8
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
To be Voted.
Statutory.
Total.
$1,643,275.29
10.00
6,594.92
1,286,400.00
$2,930,280.21
$12,403.20
186,118.36
122,205.28
22,975.60
1,956,000.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
189,523.02
2,763.00
13,747.00
$2,512,235.46
$21,354.20
69,701.20
$91,055.40
$21,326,088.85
$2,098,682.75
352,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
$3,367,582.75
$24,693,671.60
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Page
Department of the Provincial Secretary
—Continued.
138. King's Printer   99
139. Government House          100
140-151.      Miscellaneous Votes 100-101
Stat.      Expenses of General Election         101
Department of Public Works :
152. Minister's Office          101
153. Administration   102-104
154. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings
and Grounds 104-106
155. Government House—Maintenance         106
156. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, and Wharves       106
        Subsidy   for   Operation   of   Ladner-
Woodward Ferry	
157. Local    Highways    within    Municipal
Limits          106
158. Matsqui   Dyking   District—Grant   re
River-bank Protection          106
159. Richmond   District—River-bank   Pro
tection            106
160. Repairs,   etc.,   Government   Buildings
throughout the Province   107
161. Steam-boiler Inspection          107
162. Electrical Energy Inspection          107
Department of Railways :
163. General Office  107-108
164. Fraser  River  Bridge,  New Westmin
ster          108
Total, Current Account 	
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
165. Sinking Funds  109-110
166. Redemption of Debentures   Ill
167. Pacific Great Eastern Railway  Ill
168. British Columbia House, London, Eng... Ill
169. " Soldiers'   Land   Act,   1918 "—Houses,
South Vancouver  Ill
Total, Capital Account	
Total, Estimated Expenditure for Fiscal Year 1933-34
$1,149,123.19
10.00
5,813.79
926,270.00
$2,081,216.98
$11,273,22
164,617.45
122,011.94
20,004.00
1,205,000.00
5,000.00
1,400.00
1,000.00
185,644.67
2,500.00
12,750.00
$1,791,261.28
$15,576.74
49,630.20
$65,206.94
$16,831,666.07
$2,421,620.75
352,000.00
907,200.00
9,700.00
750.00
$3,691,270.75
$20,522,936.82
$375,000.00
$14,570,637.82
155,000.00
$530,000.00
$2,206,656.95
$2,206,656.95
2,611,216.98
1,791,261.2,8
65,206.94
$19,038,323.02
3,691,270.75
$22,729,593.77 MAIN ESTIMATES
JRE
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDTTT
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH,
1934
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
^°otf_                                                SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
1932-33.
1.                                                         PUBLIC DEBT.
Inscribed Stock.
"Loan Acts, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, and 1902 "—Interest @  3%  on
•
$297,658.08
$9,921,930, due 1st January and 1st July	
$297,058.08
"Loan Act, 1914 "—Interest @ 4%% on $7,275,000, due 1st April and
327,375.00
1st October	
327,375.00
" Revenue Act"—Interest @ 5% on $7,275,000, due 1st May and 1st
363,750.00
Debentures,
Interest.      Debentures.         Series-                   Interest Payable.
Loan Act:
150,000.00
1916               5%         $3,000,000          " Y"          Jan. 2 and July 2	
150,000.00
120,000.00
1916          •    6%           2,000,000        " DH"        June 15 and Dec. 15	
120,000.00
10,000.00
1917               5%              200,000         " 11"         April 1 and Oct. 1	
10,000.00
15,000.00
1917               5%              300,000         " Tl"         May 16 and Nov. 16	
15,000.00
15,000.00
1917               5%              300,000         " Gl"         June 1 and Dec. 1	
15,000.00
5,000.00
1917               5%              100,000        " Ml"         May 1 and Nov. 1	
5,000.00
10,000.00
1917               5%              200,000    " Ol & PI "    June 1 and Dec. 1	
10,000.00
7,250.00
1917               5%              145,000 Pt. " EM "        Jan. 12 and July 12	
7,250.00
165,000.00
1918               5%%       3,000,000          " S "          Mar. 5 and Sept. 5	
165,000.00
60,000.00
1918                0%            1,000,000         " DI "         June 15 and Dec. 15	
00,000.00
30,000.00
1919                0%               500,000         " DR"         April 26 and Oct. 26	
30,000.00
30,000.00
1920                6%               500,000         " DS "         April 26 and Oct. 26	
30,000.00
60,000.00
1921               6%           1,000,000        " DT"        April 26 and Oct. 26	
60,000.00
40,000.00
1921                5%               800,000 Pt. " EM "        Jan. 12 and July 12	
40,000.00
2,115.00
1921               4y%            47,000  Pt. "FG"        May 1 and Nov. 1	
2,115.00
75,000.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%            1,500,000         " DX "         Jan. 15 and July 15	
75,000.00
20,000.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%               400,000         " EB "         June 25 and Dec. 25	
20,000.00
12,500.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%               250,000 Pt. " EM "         Jan. 12 and July 12	
12,500.00
36,337.50
1921 (S.S.)    4%%           790,000  Pt. " EV "        June 29 and Dec. 29	
34,762.50
5,000.00
1921 (S.S.)    5%              100,000        "pt"         April 25 and Oct. 25	
5,000.00
25,000.00
1922               5%              500,000        " DY"        Jan. 15 and July 15	
25,000.00
35,000.00
1922               5%              700,000        " ED"        June 25 and Dec. 25	
35,000.00
8,460.00
1922               4%%          188,000        " FH"        May 1 and Nov. 1	
8,460.00
9,075.00
1923               5%              181,500 Pt. " EM "        Jan. 12 and July 12	
9,075.00
31,725.00
1923               4%%          705,000         " FC"        Mar. 25 and Sept. 25	
31,725.00
45,000.00
1924               4V2%       1,000,000        " EQ"         Jan. 2 and July 2	
45,000.00
14,940.00
1924               4y,%          332,000         " Fl"         May 1 and Nov. 1
Carried forward	
14,940.00
$1,662,435.58
$2,024,610.58 X 10                                                             ESTIMATES
(1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
^£t°f                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
1.                                        PUBLIC DEBT-
—Continued.
Debentures—
Continued.
$1,602,435.58
Brought forward...
.   $2,024,610.58
Interest         Amount of
interest.      Debentures.
Loan Act:
Series.
Interest Payable.
12,375.00
1925                4%%         $275,000
" FD "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25....
12,375.00
2,700.00
1925                4%%             60,000
" FJ "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
2,700.00
77,625.00
1927               4%%        1,725,000
" FE "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25.—
77,625.00
2,025.00
1927                4%%             45,000
" FB "
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25.-
2,025.00
4,950.00
1927                4%%           110,000
" FK "
May 1 and Nov. 1	
4,950.00
40,000.00
1927               4%           1,000,000
"FL"
June 1 and Dec. 1	
40,000.00
90,000.00
1927                4y2%        2,000,000
Dyking Debentures:
' FM "
April 1 and Oct. 1	
90,000.00
15,575.00
1897 & 1899   3%%          445,000
Jan. 1 and July 1	
15,575.00
Better Housing Act, 1010:
0S,075.00
5%           1,361,500
'DD"
June 30 and Dec. 31....
68,075.00
17,000.00
5%              340,000
Department of Industries Act, 1910
" DJ "
June 30 and Dec. 31
17,000.00
00,000.00
0%           1,000,000
B.C. University Loan Act, 1020:
'DN"
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
60,000.00
15,000.00
5%              300,000
" EC "
June 25 and Dec. 25...
15,000.00
50,000.00
5%            1,000,000
' EII "
Jan. 12 and July 12...
50,000.00
7,500.00
5%               150,000  Pt.
" EM "
Jan. 12 and July 12...
7,500.00
11,250.00
i%%          250,000
B.C. Highway Loan Act, 1920:
ii FA»
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25
11,250.00
120,000.00
0%            2,000,000
'DQ"
April 1 and Oct. 1	
120,000.00
30,000.00
5%               600,000
"EA"
June 25 and Dec. 25....
30,000.00
50,000.00
5%           1,000,000
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act:
" EE "
Jan. 25 and July 25
50,000.00
1,275.00
1920               5%                25,000 Pt.
'EM"
Jan. 12 and July 12....
1,275.00
60,000.00
1921               6%           1,000,000
'DM"
Feb. 15 and Aug 15	
00,000.00
22,400.00
1921               5%              448,000 Pt.
'EM"
Jan. 12 and July 12...
22,400.00
11,835.00
1921               4%%          263,000  Pt.
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922:
" FG "
May 1 and Nov. 1
11,835.00
50,000.00
5%           1,000,000
" EF "
Jan. 25 and July 25....
50,000.00
102,115.00
5%           2,042,300
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1921f:
'EG"
Jan. 12 and July 12
102,115.00
180,000.00
4y2%       4,000,000
'EU"
Jan. 15 and July 15—
180,000.00
181,687.50
4%%        3,950,000  Pt.
Carried forward....
"EV"
Dec. 29 and June 29
173,812.50
$2,945,823.08
.   $3,300,123.08 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 11
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
y£t°f                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
1.                                           PUBLIC DEBT— Continued.
Debentures—Continued.
*
$2,945,823.08
Brought fonvard	
Interest.      Debentures.         Series-                   Interest Payable.
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1021t:
$3,300,123.08
180,000.00
4y2%      $4,000,000        "FN"        April 1 and Oct. 1	
180,000.00
288,705.00
4%%        6,417,000        "FO"         Jan. 23 and July 23	
288,765.00
202,800.00
5%           4,056,000         " FP "         April 25 and Oct. 25	
202,800.00
100,000.00
5%           2,000,000        " FQ "         April 25 and Oct. 25	
100,000.00
50,000.00
5%           1,000,000        " FR "        April 25 and Oct. 25	
50,000.00
145,000.00
5%           2,900,000         " FS "        April 25 and Oct. 25	
145,000.00
151,825.00
5%           3,036,500        " FU "        Sept. 24 and Mar. 24	
151,825.00
144,135.00
4%%       3,203,000        "FV"        April 2 and Oct. 2	
144,135.00
127,500.00
4%%        3,000,000        "FW"        Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
127,500.00
85,000.00
4%%       2,000,000        " FX "        Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
85,000.00
179,370.00
4%%        3,915,000        "FY"        April 1 and Oct. 1	
172,980.00
169,080.00
4%           4,227,000         " FZ "        May 15 and Nov. 15	
169,080.00
140,000.00
4%           3,500,000        " GA "        May 15 and Nov. 15	
140,000.00
300,000.00
6%           5,000,000        " GB "        Aug. 15 and Feb. 15	
300,000.00
5%            2,000,000        " GC "        Feb. 15 and Aug. 15	
100,000.00
5%           1,671,000        " GD"        April 1 and Oct. 1
83,550.00
$5,209,298.08
$5,740,758.08
Treasury Bills.
To Dominion : $5,134,164 for Unemployment; $1,732,500
for Refunding          $377,616.00
On Treasury Bills at bank, on refundings and new
issue borrowings                               582,000.00
959,616.00
689,561.39
$5,898,859.47
$6,700,374.0,8
Premium and Exchange.
300,000.00
On drafts for interest remittances, etc	
255,000.00
19,520.00
Discount, commission, brokerage charges, etc	
Total of Vote No. 1	
25,000.00
$6,218,379.47
$6,980,374.08
1 X 12
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$86,400.00
6,000.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
450.00
$96,270.00
$1,200.00
600.00
480.00
270.00
240.00
2,600.00
540.00
1,100.00
300.00
$7,390.00
$1,350.00
6,730.00
180.00
600.00
1,500.00
500.00
$10,860.00
$114,520.00
$9,000.00
2,400.00
1,620.00
1,092.00
900.00
$15,012.00
1,408.68
$13,603.32
1,000.00
1,350.00
$15,953.32
2. LEGISLATION.
Members' Indemnities:
Forty-eight @ $1,800 each 	
Forty-eight @ $1,600 each  $76,800.00
Mileage     3,000.00
Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition  1,600.00
Mr. Speaker, Sessional allowance   1,440.00
Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance  400.00
Salaries:
Clerk of the House, Sessional allowance  $1,000.00
Law Clerk, Sessional allowance   500.00
Sergeant-at-Arms   400.00
Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms   250.00
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms  225.00
Attendants   2,000.00
Pages     480.00
Stenographers   1,000.00
Unforeseen and unprovided   300.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  $1,000.00
Printing, binding, etc  6,730.00
Furniture and equipment   180.00
Select Standing Committees   600.00
Dining-room   1,000.00
Incidentals   500.00
Total of Vote No. 2 	
PREMIER'S OFFICE.
Salaries:
The Premier   $9,000.00
Secretary   2,400.00
Clerk and Stenographer  1,620.00
Confidential Stenographer   1,092.00
Junior Stenographer  780.00
$14,892.00
Less percentage reductions          2,308.22
$12,583.78
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,350.00
Total of Vote No. 3	
$83,240.00
6,155.00
10,010.00
$99,405.00
$14,933.78 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 13
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$1,000.00
$7,500.00
2,520.00
840.00
$10,860.00
1,110.00
$9,750.00
300.00
1,750.00
$11,800.00
$4,500.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
2,020.00
1,840.00
1,380.00
1,380.00
660.00
2,640.00
996.00
$21,656.00
1,546.44
$20,109.56
4,199.00
800.00
3,000.00
$28,108.56
THE EXECUTIVE  (MINISTERS WITHOUT
PORTFOLIO).
Expenses of Ministers without Portfolio
6.
General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister  $4,500.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant  2,340.00
Assistant Accountant   2,000.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Statistician    2,020.00
General Assistant   1,840.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,380.00
Clerk   780.00
Junior Clerk 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers @ $1,320   2,640.00
Stenographer   996.00
$20,116.00
Less percentage reductions   2,036.54
$18,079.46
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  4,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses   1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,500.00
Total of Vote No. 6 	
Carried forward	
$250.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
The Minister        $7,500.00
Secretary         2,520.00
Stenographer  840.00
$10,860.00
Less percentage reductions          1,815.88
$9,044.12
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  300.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,250.00
Total of Vote No. 5        $10,594.12
25,579.46
3,173.58 X 14
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,880.00
1,320.00
1,140.00
$5,340.00
313.20
$5,026.80
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
$S,026.80
$3,000.00
2,640.00
2,400.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
1,284.00
$13,084.00
854.20
$12,229.80
650.00
2,500.00
500.00
$15,879.80
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward         $36,173.58
7. Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Markets Representative        $2,880.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,320.00
Stenographer 	
$4,200.00
Less percentage reductions  419.60
$3,780.40
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,000.00
Extension of markets, displays, labour, supplies, etc	
Total of Vote No. 7  5,780.40
8. Horticultural Branch.
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist  $3,000.00
Assistant Horticulturist  2,640.00
Seed Promoter   2,400.00
Secretary   1,960.00
Clerk  (Vernon)     1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer   (Victoria)     1,2S4.00
$13,084.00
Less percentage reductions          1,401.14
$11,682.86
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  650.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,500.00
Casual labour, supplies, etc  600.00
Total of Vote No. 8  15,432.86
9. Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests, Diseases, etc.
Salaries:
District Field Inspector        $1,960.00
District Field Inspector          1,840.00
$3,800.00
Less percentage reductions   397.26
Carried forward      $3,402.74       $57,386.84 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 15
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Con
9.         Control of Fruit and Vegetable Pests, Diseases, e
Hrouaht forward,  	
tinned.
re.—Continu
$3,402.74
750.00
5,847.26
ed.
$57,386.84
Expenses:
Travelling expenses, etc.	
Labour, material, supplies, etc	
Total of Vote No. 9	
$12,000.00
$12,000.00
10,000.00
10.                                          Plant Quarantine
Salaries:
Chief Plant Quarantine Officer (to July
Assistant Plant Quarantine Officer (to Ju
Plant Quarantine Officer (to July 31st)
Plant Quarantine Officer (to July 31st)
Plant Quarantine Officer (to Julv-31st)...
Branch.
31st)	
$1,000.00
713.33
700.00
680.00
653.33
640.00
640.00
600.00
340.00
280.00
$3,000.00
0
2,140.00
2,100.00
ly 31st)
2,040.00
1,960.00
1,920.00
Plant Quarantine Officer (to July 31st)
Plant Quarantine Officer (to July 31st)
Plant Quarantine Officer (to July 31st)
Clerk-Stenographer (to July 31st)	
1,920.00
1,800.00
1,020.00
840.00
Stenographer  (to July 31st)	
Less percentage reductions	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. (to July 31st)	
$18,740.00
1,220.00
$6,246.66
635.55
$17,520.00
1,500.00
$5,611.11
500.00
500.00
2,500.00
1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc. (to July*31st)
Casual labour and other expenses (to Ju
Total of Vote No. 10 	
11.                                  Plant Pathology and
Salaries:
Plant Pathologist	
Assistant Plant Pathologist 	
Entomologist 	
Laboratory Assistant 	
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses:
Office and laboratory supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc         	
7,500.00
ly 31st)     .
Entomology.
$28,020.00
$3,000.00
2,400.00
2,280.00
1,020.00
9,111.11
$3,000.00
2,400.00
2,280.00
1,020.00
$8,700.00
578.40
$8,700.00
917.12
$8,121.60
1,000.00
2,500.00
$7,782.88
750.00
2,000.00
200.00
Casual labour and other expenses	
Total of Vote No. 11 	
Carried forward	
$11,821.60
10,532.88
$87,030.83 X 16
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$5,500.00
$5,500.00
$3,000.00
2,760.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
1,800.00
948.00
900.00
900.00
$14,508.00
897.12
$13,010.88
700.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
$20,310.88
$2,640.00
2,520.00
4,800.00
2,340.00
4,560.00
4,280.00
4,040.00
1,960.00
1,920.00
$29,060.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward        $87,030.83
12. Control of Foul-brood, Diseases, etc.
Salaries:
Apiary Inspector       $1,920.00
$1,920.00
T,ess percentage reductions   201.62
$1,718.38
Expenses:
Casual labour and other expenses         1,522.00
Travelling expenses, etc  750.00
Total of Vote No. 12  3,990.3S
13. Live Stock Branch.
Salaries:
Live Stock Commissioner   $3,000.00
Poultry Commissioner  2,760.00
Secretary and Inspector  2,100.00
Brand Recorder   2,100.00
Brand Inspector (Kamloops)   1,800.00
Stenographer (Victoria)    948.00
Stenographer (Victoria)    900.00
Stenographer   (Kamloops)     900.00
$14,508.00
Less percentage reductions          1,432.80
$13,075.20
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  700.00
Travelling expenses, etc         3,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses         2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 13   18,775.20
14. District Agriculturists.
Salaries:
District Agriculturist   $2,640.00
District Agriculturist   2,520.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,400   4,800.00
District Agriculturist   2,340.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,280   4,560.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,140   4,280.00
Two District Agriculturists @ $2,020   4,040.00
District Agriculturist   1,960.00
District Agriculturist   1,920.00
Carried forward     $29,060.00     $109,796.41 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 17
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$29,060.00
1,500.00
1,092.00
780.00
780.00
$33,212.00
2,215.28
$30,996.72
2,500.00
14,000.00
500.00
$47,996.72
$2,880.00
7,020.00
2,340.00
$12,240.00
856.80
$11,383.20
360.00
6,600.00
400.00
$18,743.20
$2,700.00
1,140.00
1,920.00
840.00
$6,600.00
436.80
$6,163.20
2
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
14. District Agriculturists—Continued.
Brought fonvard    $29,060.00     $109,796.41
Salaries—Continued.
District Agriculturist 	
Stenographer (New Westminster)          1,092.00
Stenographer  (Smithers)     780.00
Stenographer (Penticton)   780.00
$31,712.00
Less percentage reductions          3,258.94
$28,453.06
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc       12,000.00
Casual labour and other expenses   500.00
Total of Vote No. 14  42,953.06
15. Veterinary Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Veterinary Inspector        $2,880.00
Three Veterinary Inspectors @ $2,340         7,020.00
Veterinary Inspector 	
$9,900.00
Less percentage reductions        1,105.30
$8,794.70
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  200.00
Travelling expenses, etc         5,000.00
In aid of Resident Veterinary Inspectors	
Total of Vote No. 15   13,994.70
16. Field Crop Branch.
Salaries:
Field Crop Commissioner      $2,700.00
Assistant Field Crop Commissioner (6 months)	
Field Inspector        1,920.00
Stenographer  840.00
$5,460.00
Less percentage reductions   548.42
Carried forward       $4,911.58     $166,744.17 X 18
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$6,163.20
400.00
2,500.00
$9,063.20
$3,000.00
2,520.00
2,400.00
2,100.00
1,092.00
900.00
$12,012.00
781.08
$11,230.92
300.00
4,000.00
150.00
11,250.00
$26,930.92
$0,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
4,500.00
2,000.00
4,532.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
3,981.40
3,921.76
1,250.00
$47,185.16
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
16. Field Crop Branch—Continued.
Brought forward       $4,911.58      $166,744.17
Expenses:
Casual labour and other expenses   500.00
Office supplies, etc  400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 16  7,811.58
17. Dairy Branch.
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner   $3,000.00
Dairy Instructor   2,520.00
Dairy Instructor   2,400.00
Assistant (Milk Records)   2,100.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Stenographer  900.00
$12,012.00
Less percentage reductions         1,216.66
$10,795.34
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  300.00
Travelling expenses, etc         3,500.00
Casual labour and other expenses   150.00
Dairying and cow-testing, etc       11,000.00
Total of Vote No. 17   25,745.34
18. Tubercular Cattle—Compensation, Supplies, and Tem
porary Assistance        $5,000.00
19. Automobiles and Accessories        4,000.00
20. Agricultural Associations and Fairs         2,000.00
....  Vancouver Exhibition Association (Fairs) 	
....  Vancouver Exhibition Association (Buildings)	
....   B.C. Agricultural and Industrial Association	
....   Corporation of the City of Victoria (Exhibition Buildings)   	
21. Interior Provincial Fair Association        1,000.00
22. Chilliwack Agricultural Association         1,000.00
....   Kamloops Agricultural Association 	
23. In Aid of Kamloops Bull Sale  500.00
24. Farmers' Institutes   6,000.00
25. Women's Institutes   4,000.00
26. Seed    Improvement    (less   refund   from   Dominion
Government, $2,100)         2,100.00
Carried forward     $25,600.00     $200,301.09 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 19
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$47,185.16
3,750.00
1,000.00
12,000.00
500.00
750.00
3,000.00
3,750.00
3,840.40
784.80
$76,560.30
$320,762.04
$7,500.00
2,280.00
1,320.00
$11,100.00
1,125.00
$9,975.00
750.00
250.00
$10,975.00
$5,040.00
5,240.00
3,600.00
2,560.00
2,200.00
1,380.00
1,320.00
1,140.00
$22,480.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.
Brought forward    $25,600.00     $200,301.09
27. International,   National,   and   Provincial   Exhibits—
Labour, Supplies, etc  5,000.00
28. Control of Noxious Weeds and Grain Screenings   2,000.00
29. Rebates on Stumping-powder   10,000.00
30. Grasshopper Extermination  250.00
31. " Pound District Act "—Expenses, etc  750.00
32. Boys' and Girls' Clubs—Competitions   2,000.00
33. Bulletins, Circulars, and Publications   2,000.00
34. Soil Classification—Labour and Supplies   3,340.00
35. Incidentals and Contingencies   1,000.00
51,940.00
Total, Department of Agriculture      $252,241.09
36.
37.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Attorney-General's Office.
Salaries:
The Attorney-General       $7,500.00
Secretary  '.        2,280.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,080.00
$10,860.00
Less percentage reductions         1,789.52
$9,070.48
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  750.00
Travelling expenses, etc  250.00
Total of Vote No. 36         $10,070.48
General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General      $5,040.00
Legislative Counsel (ten months)        5,240.00
Departmental Solicitor        3,600.00
Chief Clerk 	
Assistant Departmental Solicitor         2,830.00
Accountant	
Chief Clerk and Accountant        2,470.00
Secretary-Clerk   	
Departmental Secretary and Assistant to Accountant       1,440.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,140.00
Carried forward     $23,080.00        $10,070.48 X 20
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$22,480.00
900.00
660.00
100.00
$24,140.00
2,133.00
$22,007.00
1,500.00
250.00
$23,757.00
$4,160.00
2,100.00
1,320.00
960.00
1,248.00
1,140.00
960.00
900.00
$12,788.00
932.00
$11,856.00
2,200.00
100.00
$14,156.00
700.00
$13,456.00
$1,000.00
1,740.00
$2,740.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
37. General Office—Continued.
Brought forward     $23,0S0.00        $10,070.4S
Salaries—Continued.
Junior Clerk   900.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Temporary assistance  75.00
$24,655.00
Less percentage reductions         3,075.92
$21,579.08
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  150.00
Total of Vote No. 37   23,229.08
38. Companies Branch.
(a.)  Companies Of/ice.
Salaries:
Registrar    $4,160.00
Deputy Registrar  2,100.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Junior Clerk  960.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,248.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,140.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer     900.00
$12,788.00
Less percentage reductions  :.         1,195.44
$11,592.56
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  50.00
$13,142.56
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  500.00
Total, Companies Office      $12,642.56
(b.) Insurance Office.
Salaries:
Superintendent        $1,000.00
Clerk         1,740.00
Carried forward       $2,740.00    $12,642.56       $33,299.56 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 21
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,740.00
1,044.00
1,020.00
75.00
$4,879.00
289.00
$4,590.00
2,305.00
250.00
100.00
$7,305.00
150.00
$7,155.00
$2,200.00
1,320.00
960.00
$4,480.00
257.00
$4,223.00
1,300.00
2,000.00
200.00
$7,723.00
400.00
$7,323.00
$27,934.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
38. Companies Branch—Continued.
(b.) Insurance Office—Continued.
Brought forward      $2,740.00    $12,642.56       $33,299.56
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer        1,044.00
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance  130.00
$3,914.00
Less percentage reductions  385.02
$3,528.98
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,200.00
Travelling    expenses,    etc.     (including
Superintendents' Conference)     350.00
Association of Superintendents of Insurance  (membership fees)    100.00
$6,178.98
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  150.00
Total, Insurance Office         6,028.98
(c.)  Security Frauds Prevention Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Registrar       $2,200.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Stenographer     960.00
$4,480.00
Less percentage reductions   355.60
$4,124.40
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Investigations          1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  50.00
$5,674.40
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc	
Total, Security Frauds Prevention Office       5,674.40
Total of Vote No. 38   24,345.94
Carried fonvard         $57,645.50 	
X 22
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$3,660.00
2,220.00
2,140.00
1,212.00
930.00
$10,162.00
720.00
$9,442.00
3,200.00
3,500.00
1,000.00
300.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
100.00
$19,542.00
19,532.00
$10.00
$4,320.00
1,920.00
1,212.00
$7,452.00
701.00
$6,751.00
660.00
600.00
$8,011.00
900.00
$7,111.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
Brought forward        $57,645.50
39. " Fire Marshal Act."
Salaries:
Fire Marshal   $3,660.00
Assistant Fire Marshal   2,220.00
Assistant Fire Marshal   2,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,212.00
Stenographer   930.00
$10,102.00
Less percentage reductions         1,045.04
$9,116.96
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  3,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  3,500.00
Fire Report fees and expenses  1,000.00
Fire inquiries and investigations  750.00
Educational propaganda   1,000.00
Examination of projectionists (moving pictures)  100.00
Superannuation Fund  500.00
Miscellaneous    500.00
$19,666.96
Less chargeable to Fire Marshal Act Fund       19,656.96
Total of Vote No. 39  10.00
40. Municipal Branch.
Salaries:
Inspector of Municipalities        $4,320.00
Clerk          1,920.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,212.00
$7,452.00
Less percentage reductions   889.50
$0,562.50
Expenses:
Office   supplies,   etc.    (including   administration   of
insane estates and " Collection Agents' Licensing
Act")     500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  600.00
$7,662.50
Less estimated receipts under sec. 50, subsec. (4),
" Lunacy Act "   900.00
Total of Vote No. 40  6,762.50
Carried forward        $64,418.00 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 23
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,700.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,248.00
75.00
$12,963.00
776.00
$12,187.00
400.00
100.00
1,000.00
$13,687.00
$3,900.00
2,520.00
1,300.00
1,380.00
840.00
50.00
$9,990.00
695.00
3,295.00
575.00
700.00
$10,570.00
$3,240.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Brought fonvard..
41.
Censor of Moving Pictures.
Salaries:
Censor  s	
Assistant Censor	
Assistant Censor	
Assistant Censor	
Projectionist-Cutter   	
Assistant Projectionist	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
Machine supplies, etc	
Total of Vote No. 41
42.
Sheriffs' Offices.
(a.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Sheriff   	
Deputy Sheriff 	
Process Server 	
Book-keeper and Cashier
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
$2,700.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
2,400.00
1,248.00
$9,768.00
979.20
$8,788.80
200.00
50.00
750.00
$3,900.00
2,520.00
1,296.00
1,380.00
840.00
$9,936.00
999.54
$8,936.46
500.00
650.00
Total, Vancouver Office      $10,086.46
(6.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Sheriff 	
Deputy Sheriff
Process Server
$3,240.00
2,220.00
$64,418.00
9,788.80
$6,960.00
Carried forward       $5,460.00    $10,086.46
$74,206.80 X 24
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$6,960.00
1,080.00
50.00
$8,090.00
565.00
$7,525.00
195.00
75.00
$7,795.00
$6,140.00
$6,140.00
$24,505.00
$5,120.00
1,740.00
1,080.00
780.00
$8,720.00
775.00
$7,945.00
250.00
3,195.00
$1,800.00
1,284.00
50.00
$3,134.00
154.00
$2,980.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
42. . Sheriffs' Offices—Continued.
(b.)  Victoria—Continued.
Brought forward      $5,400.00    $10,086.46        $74,206.80
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk-Stenographer ....
Temporary assistance
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
1,080.00
$6,540.00
691.30
$5,848.70
175.00
75.00
Total, Victoria Office
6,098.70
Allowances, etc	
Total, Sundry Sheriffs
(c.)  Sundry Sheriffs.
       $6,000.00
6,000.00
Total, all Sheriffs' Offices, Vote No. 42	
43. Official Administrator, Vancouver.
Salaries:
Official Administrator       $5,120.00
Clerk and Accountant         1,740.00
Stenographer            1,080.00
Stenographer     840.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
$8,780.00
1,095.78
$7,684.22
300.00
44.
Total of Vote No. 43	
Official Guardian.
Salaries:
Official Guardian       $1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,284.00
Temporary assistance  50.00
Less percentage reductions
$3,134.00
239.74
22,185.16
7,984.22
Carried fonvard      $2,894.26     $104,376.18 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 25
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,980.00
100.00
$3,080.00
$2,S20.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,620.00
1620.00
1,080.00
1,320.00
1,020.00
$17,220.00
1,050.00
$16,170.00
2,000.00
$18,170.00
$2,940.00
1,900.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
780.00
1,260.00
1,000.00
$12,680.00
092.00
$11,988.00
2,250.00
$14,238.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
44. Official Guardian—Continued.
Brought forward      $2,894.26     $104,376.18
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
100.00
Total of Vote No. 44
2,994.26
45.
Land Registry Offices.
(a.) Kamloops.
Salaries:
Registrar        $2,820.00
Deputy Registrar (5 months @ $166.66)
Surveyor (5 months @ $158.33)	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Junior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer   	
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
833.30
791.65
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,080.00
1,320.00
1,020.00
$14,944.95
1,401.60
$13,543.35
1,700.00
Total, Kamloops Land Registry Office     $15,243.35
(6.)   Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar  	
Deputy Registrar	
Surveyor   	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer 	
Janitor  	
Temporary assistance (surveyor, etc.)....
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
$2,940.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
780.00
1,260.00
600.00
$10,600.00
973.88
$9,626.12
1,600.00
Total, Nelson Land Registry Office      11,226.12
Carried, fonvard     $26,469.47     $107,370.44 X 26
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$3,300.00
2,520.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,920.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,020.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,320.00
1,320.00
1,284.00
780.00
1,260.00
$25,404.00
1,559.00
$23,845.00
2,050.00
$26,495.00
$3,120.00
1,920.00
900.00
780.00
$6,720.00
482.00
$6,238.00
750.00
$6,988.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
45. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
Brought forward     $26,469.47     $107,370.44
(c.)  Neiv Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar        $3,300.00
Deputy Registrar (5 months @ $210)        1,050.00
Surveyor         1,920.00
Clerk          1,920.00
Clerk          1,920.00
Clerk          1,620.00
Clerk          1,620.00
Clerk         1,620.00
Clerk         1,500.00
Clerk 	
Clerk ....:         1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,284.00
Stenographer 	
Janitor           1,260.00
$21,654.00
Less percentage reductions         2,053.30
$19,000.70
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         2,250.00
Total,  New  Westminster  Land  Registry
Office        21,850.70
(d.) Prince Rupert.
Salaries:
Registrar (also Registrar, Supreme and
County Courts)  	
Deputy Registrar        $1,920.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer .'  780.00
$3,600.00
Less percentage reductions   268.82
$3,331.18
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  750.00
Total, Prince Rupert Land Registry Office       4,081.18
Carried fonvard     $52,401.35     $107,370.44 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 27
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
y°-t°£                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
45.                                    Land Registry
Offices-
—Continued.
Brought forward	
      S52.401.35
$107,370.44
(e.)
Vancouver.
Salaries:
$5,040.00
Registrar  	
$5,040.00
2,460.00
2,460.00
Deputy Registrar	
1,920.00
Surveyor 	
1,920.00
2,000.00
Clerk 	
2,000.00
2,000.00
Clerk 	
2,000.00
1,920.00
Clerk (5 months @ $160)	
800.00
1,920.00
Clerk 	
1,920.00
1,920.00
Clerk 	
1,920.00
1,920.00
Clerk 	
1,920.00
1,920.00
Clerk 	
1,920.00
1,920.00
Clerk (5 months @ $160)	
800.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,620.00
Clerk 	
1,620.00
1,620.00
Clerk (5 months @ $135)	
675.00
1,620.00
Clerk 	
1,620.00
675.00
1,620.00
-Cleric (5 months @ $135)	
1,620.00
Clerk 	
1.620.00
1,620.00
Clerk 	
1,620.00
1,320.00
•  Clerk-Stenographer 	
1,320.00
1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
1,320.00
960.00
Junior Clerk 	
960.00
960.00
Junior Clerk 	
960.00
900.00
Junior Clerk 	
900.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
Stenographer 	
$42,940.00
$38,810.00
2,858.00
Less percentage reductions
3,985.88
$40,082.00
$34,824.12
Expenses:                                           «
3,720.00
Office supplies, etc	
Total, Vancouver Land Registr
(/.)   Victoria
3,000.00
$43,802.00
y Office ....      37,824.12
Salaries:
$3,780.00
Inspector of Legal Offices and Registrar
$3,780.00
2,100.00
Deputy Registrar	
2,100.00
1,820.00
Surveyor   	
1,820.00
800.00
1,920.00
Clerk (5 months @ $160)	
2,000.00
Clerk 	
1,680.00
1,820.00
Clerk 	
Carried fonvard.....	
1,820.00
$13,440.00
$12,000.00    $90,225.47
$107,370.44 X 28
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$13,440.00
1,620.00
660.00
540.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
960.00
960.00
1,044.00
900.00
$23,124.00
1,376.00
$21,748.00
1,700.00
150.00
$23,598.00
$133,291.00
$2,020.00
930.00
$2,950.00
178.00
$2,772.00
400.00
$3,172.00
$1,800.00
90.00
$1,710.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
.45. Land Registry Offices—Continued.
(/.)  Victoria—Continued.
Brought forward     $12,000.00    $90,225.47     $107,370.44
Salaries—Continued.
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Clerk	
Clerk   1,500.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Stenographer  1,044.00
Stenographer  900.00
$20,244.00
Less percentage reductions         1,893.14
$18,350.86
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  100.00
Total, Victoria Land Registry Office       19,950.86
Total, all Land Registry Offices, Vote No. 45        110,176.33
46. Supreme and County Courts.
(a.) Nanaimo.
Salaries:
Registrar        $2,020.00
Stenographer     930.00
$2,950.00
Less percentage reductions   251.34
2,698.66
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350.00
Total,   Nanaimo   Supreme   and   County
Courts       $3,048.66
(b.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Registrar       $1,800.00
Less percentage reductions  187.20
Carried forward      $1,612.80     $3,048.66     $217,546.77 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 29
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$1,710.00
175.00
$1,885.00
$2,400.00
1,820.00
540.00
150.00
$4,910.00
280.00
$4,630.00
740.00
$5,370.00
$3,860.00
2,140.00
1,920.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,452.00
1,440.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
780.00
1,320.00
$28,512.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
46. Supreme and County- Courts—Continued.
(b.) Nelson—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,612.80     $3,048.66     $217,546.77
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  200.00
Total, Nelson Supreme and County Courts       1,812.80
(c.)  New Westminster.
Salaries:
Registrar       $2,400.00
Deputy Registrar         1,820.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.) ....*. 150.00
$4,970.00
Less percentage reductions   477.30
$4,492.70
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  635.00
Total,   New   Westminster   Supreme   and
County Courts         5,127.70
(d.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Registrar   $3,860.00
Deputy Registrar  2,140.00
Chief Clerk   1,920.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk  1,620.00
Clerk  1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk  1,620.00
Clerk  ■ 1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   1,452.00
Clerk (5 months @ $120)  600.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Carried forward     $26,052.00     $9,989.16     $217,546.77 X 30
ESTIMATES  (1933-34)
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
5,512.00
900.00
800.00
$30,212.00
1,677.00
$28,535.00
2,750.00
$31,285.00
$3,600.00
2,200.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,200.00
150.00
$13,630.00
849.00
$12,781.00
900.00
$13,681.00
$1,500.00
1,300.00
$2,800.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
46. Supreme and County Courts—Continued.
(d.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought forward     $26,052.00     $9,989.16     $217,546.77
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer     900.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)  800.00
$27,752.00
Less percentage reductions         2,579.44
$25,172.56
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,350.00
Total,   Vancouver   Supreme   and   County
Courts        27,522.56
(e.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Registrar   $3,600.00
Deputy Registrar  2,200.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer    1,140.00
Stenographer to Judges   1,200.00
Temporary assistance (Ushers, etc.)   150.00
$13,150.00
Less percentage reductions          1,309.20
$11,840.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  875.00
Total,    Victoria    Supreme    and    County
Courts       12,715.80
(/.)  Sundry Supreme and County Courts.
Chilliwack—Registrar's allowance, temporary assistance, office supplies, etc      $1,400.00
Sundry Courts other than above, office supplies, etc        1,100.00
Total, Sundry Supreme and County Courts       2,500.00
Carried forward     $52,727.52     $217,546.77 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,880.00
360.00
3,500.00
$6,740.00
$64,933.00
$399,931.00
22,581.00
$377,350.00
21,500.00
136,500.00
25,000.00
900.00
13,300.00
8,100.00
3,500.00
3,250.00
$589,400.00'
1S,980.00
110,000.00
$460,420.00
$13,575.00
803.00
$12,772.00
2,838.00
$15,610.00
$51,413.00
2,261.00
$49,152.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
46. Supreme and County Courts—-Continued.
Brought forward     $52,727.52     $217,546.77
(g.)  Official Stenographers.
Two Stenographers @ $1,440        $2,880.00
Stenographer  360.00
Civil Court Stenographers         3,260.00
47.
Total, Official Stenographers          6,500.00
Total, all Supreme and County Courts, Vote No. 46....
Provincial Police.
59,227.52
Police and Special Constables:
Salaries     $447,245.00
Less percentage reductions       44,953.00
$402,292.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      20,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc     129,500.00
Uniforms and equipment      20,000.00
Janitors' supplies, etc  800.00
Fuel, light, water, etc      14,250.00
Provisions (keep of prisoners)        9,000.00
School of Instruction 	
Incidentals and contingencies          3,000.00
$598,842.00
Less rental of quarters   $17,8S5.00
Less estimated receipts under " Municipal Act"     85,000.00
102,885.00
$495,957.00
Criminal Investigation Branch:
Salaries        $15,524.00
Less percentage reductions        1,324.00
Expenses
$14,200.00
2,250.00
16,450.00
Motor-vehicle Branch:
Salaries (including temporary assistance)    $61,114.00
Less percentage reductions         4,052.00
Carried forward     $57,062.00 $512,407.00     $276,774.29 X 32
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$49,152.00
13,330.00
4,500.00
22,500.00
25,000.00
$114,482.00
$590,512.00
$10,780.00
585.00
$10,195.00
150.00
10.00
550.00
400.00
750.00
2,000.00
550.00
350.00
25.00
$14,980.00
1,500.00
600.00
$12,880.00
$91,522.00
4,963.00
$86,559.00
1,000.00
900.00
7,500.00
$95,959.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
47. Provincial Police—Continued.
Brought forward     $57,062.00 $512,407.00     $276,774.29
Motor-vehicle Branch—Continued.
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc      12,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        3,000.00
Plates, badges, etc      20,000.00
Highway Patrol:
Salaries and expenses	
92,562.00
48.
Total of Vote No. 47	
County Gaols.
(a.) Nelson.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees     $10,780.00
604,969.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment	
Janitors' supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc :	
Provisions, etc. (keep of prisoners)	
Medical attendance and hospital supplies
Good Conduct Fund	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Less  estimated  receipts  under " Municipal Act "  $1,500.00
Less rental of quarters        600.00
1,115.00
$9,665.00
150.00
10.00
550.00
400.00
750.00
2,000.00
550.00
350.00
25.00
$14,450.00
2,100.00
Total, Nelson Gaol     $12,350.00
(b.)  Oakalla Prison Farm.
Salaries:
Gaol officials and sundry employees     $87,170.00
Less percentage reductions         8,296.00
$78,874.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,000.00
Travelling expenses        1,000.00
Uniforms, clothing, and equipment       10,200.00
Carried forward    $91,074.00   $12,350.00     $881,743.29 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 33
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$95,959.00
1,200.00
2,075.00
550.00
1,200.00
5,350.00
10,500.00
13,300.00
2,000.00
6,500.00
9,200.00
250.00
$148,084.00
50,750.00
1,740.00
$89,594.00
$102,474.00
$1,980.00
1,260.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
9,580.00
$15,460.00
732.00
$14,728.00
450.00
400.00
300.00
1,500.00
700.00
3,350.00
$21,428.00
3
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
48. County Gaols—Continued.
(b.)  Oakalla Prison Farm—Continued.
Brought forward     $91,074.00    $12,350.00     $881,743.29
Expenses—Continued.
Janitors' supplies, etc  1,300.00
Farm operations  (including stock, feed,
implements, etc.)   2,050.00
Upkeep of grounds   250.00
General equipment  1,050.00
Laundry (equipment, etc.)   7,000.00
Fuel, light, water, e'tc  10,500.00
Provisions, etc. (keep of prisoners)  14,000.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies 2,000.00
Good Conduct Fund  7,500.00
Sheet-metal Plant   8,700.00
Incidentals and contingencies   250.00
$145,674.00
Less estimated receipts under     " Municipal     Act,"
sales, etc  $57,500.00
Less charges for  quarters,
etc      1,800.00
 59,300.00
Total, Oakalla Prison Farm       86,374.00
Total, County Gaols, Vote No. 48
49.
Girls' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent and Nurse 	
Matron   :	
Teacher   	
Clerk and Commercial Teacher
Sundry employees 	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office and school supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Farm operations 	
Household equipment  (other than furniture).
Clothing, boots, etc	
Janitors' supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
$1,980.00
1,260.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
13,950.00
$19,830.00
1,134.00
$18,696.00
500.00
600.00
350.00
300.00
3,000.00
900.00
4,500.00
98.724.00
Carried forward    $28,846.00     $980,467.29 X 34
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$21,428.00
5,500.00
1,400.00
150.00
250.00
$28,728.00
2,560.00
15,000.00
$11,168.00
$115,406.00
6,481.00
$108,925.00
10,000.00
57,500.00
5,300.00
150.00
150.00
1,195.00
$183,220.00
3,434.00
360.00
$6,074.00
5,000.00
$11,074.00
365.00
$10,709.00
$193,929.00
750.00
$193,179.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL—Continued.
49. Girls' Industrial School—Continued.
Brought forward :     $28,846.00      $980,467.29
Expenses—Continued.
Provisions, etc  10,000.00
Medical attendance and hospital supplies  1,525.00
Good Conduct Fund   100.00
Incidentals and contingencies  400.00
$40,871.00
Less deductions for rent and board   $3,810.00
Less   chargeable    to    Welfare    Branch
(Doukhobor children)    14,770.00
Less chargeable to municipalities (maintenance)    12,000.00
      30,580.00
Total of Vote No. 49  10,291.00
50. Game Branch.
Administration of " Game Act " :
Salaries     $117,831.00
Less percentage reductions       12,077.00
$105,754.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  8,500.00
Travelling expenses  57,800.00
Uniforms and equipment   4,560.00
Rents (other than offices)  '.  175.00
Fuel, water, and light  125.00
Game-fish culture (salary and expenses)  12,939.00
Incidentals and contingencies  2,175.00
$192,028.00
Game Propagation:
Salaries      $6,434.00
Less percentage reductions   582.00
$5,852.00
Expenses           4,000.00
$9,852.00
Less deductions for rent   365.00
9,487.00
$201,515.00
Less miscellaneous receipts        1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 50        200,515.00
Carried forward   $1,191,273.29 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$26,000.00
27,500.00
40,000.00
1,750.00
1,000.00
4,500.00
1,050.00
1,500.00
$103,300.00
$15,000.00
$10,000.00
$5,000.00
$1,500.00
$2,250.00
$1,351,861.00
$785,000.00
$785,000.00
$2,136,861.00
$7,500.00
1,800.00
500.00
$9,800.00
990.00
$8,810.00
360.00
1,300.00
$10,470.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Continued.
Brought forward    $1,191,273.29
51. Administration of Justice:
Summoning and paying witnesses  $25,000.00
Jurors (including drawing panels, etc.)   22,500.00
Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.)   35,000.00
Interpreters 	
Rewards (fugitive offenders) 	
Stenographers, transcripts, etc. (Criminal Courts).
Stipendiary Magistrates (provisional allowances).
Contingencies arising out of prosecutions	
1,700.00
4,250.00
1,050.00
2,000.00
Total of Vote No. 51	
52. Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries	
53. Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs .
54. Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds  (Salaries and Expenses)	
55. Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in Canada 	
56. Incidentals and Contingencies (not otherwise provided for).
91,500.00
14,000.00
10,000.00
3,948.00
500.00
1,500.00
To be voted    $1,312,721.29
Authorized by Statute.
'Government Liquor Act," Sec. 118 (1) (c) :
Municipalities—Share of profits 	
Statutory Expenditure 	
Total, Department of the Attorney-General 	
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Education        $7,500.00
Secretary        1,800.00
Temporary assistance  400.00
1,312,721.29
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc'. 	
Travelling expenses, etc	
$9,700.00
1,687.20
$8,012.80
300.00
1,300.00
Total of Vote No. 57
Carried forward	
3,012.80
9,612,80 X 36
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$5,120.00
4,080.00
2,760.00
2,220.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,080.00
930.00
930.00
780.00
780.00
800.00
$22,480.00
1,660.20
$20,819.80
8,200.00
400.00
$29,419.80
$3,000.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,140.00
1,200.00
1,560.00
2,800.00
$14,500.00
606.00
$13,894.00
2,000.00
8,000.00
150,000.00
$173,894.00
173,884.00
$10.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,612.80
58. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education.... $5,120.00
Assistant Superintendent of Education   3,920.00
Registrar    2,760.00
Chief Clerk   2,220.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,500.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Clerk-Stenographer   930.00
Clerk-Stenographer   930.00
Stenographer     780.00
Stenographer     780.00
Temporary assistance  800.00
$22,320.00
Less percentage reductions         2,428.60
$19,891.40
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        7,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  400.00
Total of Vote No. 58  27,291.40
59. Text-book Branch.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge   $3,000.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk  1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,140.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Temporary assistance  1,800.00
$13,500.00
Less percentage reductions        1,009.20
$12,490.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,850.00
Freight and cartage         6,500.00
Text-books, etc    125,000.00
$145,840.80
Less chargeable to Text-book Branch  Operating
Account     145,830.80
Total of Vote No. 59  10.00
Carried fonvard        $36,914.20 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$57,200.00
$3,540.00
(4)    8,700.00
1,620.00
900.00
780.00
800.00
$16,340.00
1,075.80
$15,264.20
4,000.00
4,500.00
500.00
150.00
1,600.00
400.00
$26,414.20
3,000.00
$23,414.20
$2,520.00
1,044.00
840.00
780.00
1,850.00
$7,034.00
282.96
$6,751.04
1,350.00
$8,101.04
$31,515.24
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought fonvard	
60. Free Text-books, Maps, etc	
61. Correspondence Courses.
(a.) High Schools.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge 	
Three Correspondence Instructors
Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer   	
Temporary assistance	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Reading of students' papers by. part-time
Instructors 	
Revision of courses, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Science equipment 	
Incidentals	
$3,540.00
6,300.00
1,020.00
900.00
7S0.00
800.00
$13,340.00
1,249.46
$12,090.54
5,000.00
6,400.00
1,000.00
50.00
1,200.00
400.00
Total,    High    School    Correspondence  Courses      $26,140.54
Less fees         4,500.00
(b.) Elementary Schools.
Salaries:
Officer in Charge  $2,520.00
Correspondence Instructor   960.00
Correspondence Instructor   840.00
Correspondence Instructor   780.00
Temporary assistance  2,240.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
$7,340.00
385.48
$6,954.52
1,550.00
Total, Elementary School Correspondence
Courses 	
Total of Vote No. 61	
$36,914.20
56,200.00
$21,640.54
8,504.52
30,145.06
Carried forward      $123,259.26 X 38
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$3,600.00
2,740.00
840.00
840.00
840.00
1,480.00
$10,340.00
616.60
$9,723.40
1,600.00
2,750.00
27,000.00
$41,073.40
$7,240.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,320.00
3,275.00
3,275.00
3,275.00
3,275.00
3,140.00
3,020.00
3,020.00
2,900.00
3,960.00
3,675.00
3,575.00
$70,190.00
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
Brought forward      $123,259.26
62. Industrial Education.
Salaries:
Organizer  $3,600.00
Director of Home Economics  2,740.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Stenographer     840.00
Stenographer     840.00
Temporary assistance   1,180.00
$10,040.00
Less percentage reductions   900.92
$9,139.08
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  2,750.00
Grants in aid of industrial, commercial, household
science    education,    manual-training    equipment,
agriculture, etc	
Night-schools   25,000.00
Total of Vote No. 62  37,889.08
63. Inspection of Schools.
Salaries:
j Inspector of High Schools   $3,620.00
^Inspector of High Schools   3,620.00
Inspector of Schools  3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,320.00
Inspector of Schools   3,275.00
Inspector of Schools   3,275.00
Inspector of Schools   3,275.00
Inspector of Schools  '.  3,275.00
Inspector of Schools   3,275.00
Inspector of Schools   3,140.00
Inspector of Schools   3,020.00
Inspector of Schools   3,020.00
Inspector of Schools   2,900.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools   3,960.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools   3,675.00
Municipal Inspector of Schools 	
Carried forward  $69,890.00     $161,148.34 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 39
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$70,190.00
3,520.00
1,020.00
250.00
$74,980.00
6,495.90
$68,484.10
6,250.00
31,000.00
$105,734.10
8,137.70
$97,596.40
$3,920.00
3,440.00
9,960.00
3,275.00
2,900.00
2,400.00
2,120.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
840.00
1,728.00
1,260.00
630.00
$36,573.00
468.00
$36,105.00
2,868.15
$33,236.85
2,400.00
360.00
$35,996.85
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION— Continued.
63. Inspection of Schools—Continued.
Brought forward    $69,890.00     $161,148.34
Salaries—Continued.
Municipal Inspector of Schools   3,520.00
Stenographer   1,020.00
Temporary Stenographers  250.00
$74,680.00
Less percentage reductions         9,103.24
$65,576.76
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        5,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc      27,500.00
$98,076.76
Less portion of salaries and expenses of Municipal
Inspectors paid by School Boards        5,855.00
Total of Vote No. 63  92,221.76
64. Normal Schools.
(a.)  Vancouver.
Salaries:
Principal      $3,920.00
Vice-Principal   3,440.00
Three Assistant Masters   9,960.00
Assistant Master   3,275.00
Assistant Master   2,900.00
Assistant Mistress   2,400.00
Assistant Mistress   2,120.00
Assistant Mistress   2,100.00
Assistant Mistress   2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer   840.00
Engineer and Gardener   1,728.00
Janitor   1,260.00
Gardener  (part time)    630.00
$36,573.00
Less deduction for rent, etc. (Engineer) 468.00
$36,105.00
Less percentage reductions         4,247.39
$31,857.61
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        2,400.00
Travelling expenses, etc  300.00
Carried forward     $34,557.61
$253,370.10 X 40
ESTIMATES   (1933-34)
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$35,996.85
2,500.00
700.00
1,000.00
$40,196.85
8,800.00
$31,396.85
$3,920.00
3,440.00
3,320.00
3,140.00
3,020.00
2,300.00
2,500.00
1,800.00
2,100.00
1,780.00
996.00
$28,316.00
2,157.04
$26,158.96
2,200.00
370.00
600.00
330.00
$29,658.96
5,600.00
$24,058.96
i,455.81
64.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Normal Schools—Continued.
(a.)  Vancouver—Continued.
Brought forward    $34,557.61
$253,370.10
Expenses—Continued.
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Transportation of students to outlying
practice-schools   	
Incidentals   	
Less Normal School fees
2,500.00
600.00
750.00
$38,407.61
22,000.00
Total, Normal School, Vancouver      $16,407.61
(6.)  Victoria.
Salaries:
Principal         $3,660.00
Vice-Principal   3,440.00
Assistant Master   3,140.00
Assistant Master   3,020.00
Assistant Master   2,700.00
Assistant Mistress   2,300.00
Assistant Master  (part time)  1,400.00
Assistant Mistress (part time)  900.00
Principal, Model School  2,100.00
Teacher, Model School   1,780.00
Clerk-Stenographer   996.00
Less percentage reductions
25,436.00
2,855.62
$22,580.38
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  300.00
Transportation of students to  outlying
practice-schools    600.00
Incidentals and contingencies   330.00
$25,310.38
Less Normal School fees       14,400.00
Total, Normal School, etc., Victoria       10,910.38
Total, all Normal Schools, Vote No. 64	
27,317.99
Carried forward      $280,688.09 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 41
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
Vote£                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
65
66
67.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION-
Brought forward	
-Continued.
$280,688.09
$2,712.00
3,600.00
School for the Deaf and the
Salaries:
Principal  	
Two Assistant Instructors @ $1,800	
Blind.
$2,712.00
        3,600.00
1,620.00
Assistant Instructor            ...
1,620 00
1.600.00
Assistant Instructor 	
1,600.00
3,000.00
Two Assistant Instructors @ $1,500	
3,000.00
1.440.00
Assistant Instructor 	
         1,440.00
1,380.00
Assistant Instructor 	
1,380 00
1,260.00
Assistant Instructor 	
1,260.00
1,230.00
Part-time Instructors 	
1,440 00
1,140.00
Matron and Supervisor of Domestic Staff	
        1,140.00
10,550.00
Sundry employees 	
      10,176.00
Temporary assistance 	
Less percentage reductions 	
250.00
$29,532.00
1,418.44
$29,618.00
2,224.51
Less deduction for rent, etc	
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment	
Provisions, etc	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less fees for extra-provincial children	
$28,113.56
4,188.00
$27,393.49
4,188.00
$23,925.56
1,000.00
90.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
3,800.00
S00.00
$23,205.49
1,000.00
200.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
3,500.00
800.00
$33,615.56
3,500.00
$32,205.49
2,500.00
Total of Vote No. 65 	
Salary Grants.
(a.)  Cities and Municipalities 	
(6.)  Rural School Districts	
$30,115.56
$1,108,000.00
673,000 00
29,705.49
$1,4S3,526.00
713,000.00
Total, Salary Grants, Vote No. 66
Teachers' Salaries.
Assisted Schools (as ner Schedule)   (3 months)...
$2,196,526.00
1,781,000.00
$223,200.00
Erection of New Buildings, Maintenance and Repairs of School
Buildings, Special Aid to School Districts, and Desks for Rural
Schools, etc      	
$50,000.00
28,000.00
Carried fonvard	
$2,119,393.58 X 42
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
^°-t°£                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Brought forward	
$2,119,393.58
$1,800.00
90.00
Rural Female Teachers' Welfare Officer:
Salary       $1,800.00
Less percentage reductions            187.20
$1,710.00
1,600.00
$1,612.80
Expenses          1,600.00
$3,310.00
Total of Vote No. 68	
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses	
Examination of Teachers and High School Entrance
Classes       $38,000.00
Less examination fees      30,000.00
3.212.S0
$12,000.00
10,000.00
$40,000.00
30,000.00
$10,000.00
Total, Examination of Teachers, etc., Vote No. 70
Conveying Children to Central Schools 	
8,000.00
$85,000.00
75,000.00
Summer   Schools   and   Teacher-training   for   Special
Certificates          $6,200.00
Less fees         5,000.00
$7,500.00
5,000.00
$2,500.00
Total of Vote No. 72 	
Official Trustee, Community School Districts:
Salary        $2,400.00
Less percentage reduction            264.00
1,200.00
$2,200.00
(5 months.)
$2,136.00
Expenses              800.00
$2,936.00
Less paid by districts .                                                        1 468 00
Total of Vote No. 73	
Board of Reference—Remuneration, fees, and expenses	
Incidentals and Contingencies	
1,468.00
1,000.00
$5,420.00
4.420 00
University of British Columbia.
(a.) General grant   $241,100.00
(6.) Teacher Training Course        8,900.00
(c.)  Accommodation for Home Economics to supplement Women's Fund
$241,100.00
8,900.00
Home Economics staff 	
$250,000.00
Total of Vote No. 76	
Carried forward	
250,000.00
$2,473,694.38 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
V°t°£                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION—Continued.
Brought fonvard	
$2,473,694.3S
$3,000.00
77.
Special Grant to Victoria College	
To be voted	
5,000.00
$3,196,012.21
$2,478,694.38
Authorized by Statute.
"Public Schools Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Sec. 123 (1) :
650,000.00
Advances re rural district school taxes	
625,000.00
Note.—Reimbursed to Consolidated Revenue Fund
as collected.
See Estimated Revenue, Department of Finance.
Total for Educational Purposes 	
$3,846,012.21
$3,103,694.38
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
78.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
$7,500.00
Minister of Finance 	
$7,500.00
2,520.00
Secretary 	
2,520.00
1,000.00
Stenographer   	
1,000.00
$11,020.00
$11,020.00
1,116.40
Less percentage reductions 	
1,822.28
$9,903.60
$9,197.72
Expenses:
480.00
- Office supplies, etc	
680.00
1,200.00
79
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 78 	
1,000.00
$11,583.60
$10,877.72
General Office.
Salaries:
$8,000.00
Deputy Minister of Finance 	
$8,000.00
3,060.00
Inspector of Revenue 	
3,060.00
2,640.00
Chief Clerk and Securities Clerk	
2,640.00
2,760.00
Paymaster 	
2,760.00
2,520.00
Statistician 	
2,520.00
2,280.00
Cashier 	
2,280.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,620.00
Clerk 	
1,620.00
1,260.00
Clerk 	
1,260.00
1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
1,500.00
1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
1,320.00
1,176.00
Stenographer   	
Carried fonvard	
1,176.00
$29,936.00
.   $29,936.00
$10,877.72 X 44
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$29,936.00
1,140.00
660.00
540.00
$32,276.00
2,403.84
$2.9,872.16
2,800.00
750.00
750.00
$34,172.16
$3,600.00
1,800.00
960.00
1,800.00
$8,160.00
524.40
$7,635.60
500.00
2,200.00
500.00
$10,835.60
$7,500.00
4,080.00
2,320.00
1,080.00
$14,980.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
79. General Office—Continued.
Brought forward    $29,936.00       $10,877.72
Salaries—Continued.
Stenographer     780.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Temporary assistance  1,500.00
$33,476.00
Less percentage reductions         3,893.16
$29,582.84
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         3,800.00
Travelling expenses, etc  750.00
Legal expenses, etc  750.00
Total of Vote No. 79  34,882.84
80. Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession Duties.
Salaries:
Inspector and Assessor  $3,600.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Two Stenographers @ $900  1,800.00
$8,160.00
Less percentage reductions  780.00
$7,380.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Valuators         2,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  500.00
Total of Vote No. 80  10,580.00
81. Controlling and Audit Branch.
General Office.
Salaries:
Comptroller-General    $7,500.00
Deputy Comptroller-General   4,080.00
Accountant     2,320.00
Secretary   1,080.00
Auditor of Revenue  *.  3,000.00
Carried forward     $17,980.00       $56,340.56 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$14,980.00
2,720.00
2,280.00
(2)     4,080.00
2,760.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
3,840.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
3,000.00
720.00
960.00
$43,140.00
3,297.60
$39,842.40
1,500.00
2,000.00
5,500.00
$48,842.40
2,500.00
$46,342.40
$5,400.00
3,120.00
2,000.00
1,620.00
1,296.00
840.00
780.00
$15,056.00
1,279.40
$13,776.60
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued:
81. Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued.
General Office—Continued.
Brought forward     $17,980.00       $56,340.56
Salaries—Continued.
Senior Auditor   2,720.00
Travelling Auditor  2,280.00
Travelling Auditor  2,040.00
Travelling Auditor  1,800.00
Auditor of Disbursements   2,760.00
Chief Clerk   2,100.00
Public Accounts Clerk   2,000.00
Two Clerks @ $1,920   3,840.00
Clerk  1,900.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500   3,000.00
Junior Clerk  720.00
Cheque-writer   960.00
$45,900.00
Less percentage reductions         5,621.10
$40,278.90
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,500.00
New   equipment,   including   temporary   operators'
salaries and expenses 	
Travelling expenses, etc        5,500.00
$47,278.90
Less audit fee from Liquor Control Board          2,500.00
Total, General Office      $44,778.90
Purchasing Agent's Office.
Salaries:
Purchasing Agent       $5,000.00
Assistant Purchasing Agent  ,	
Clerk          2,000.00
Clerk         1,620.00
Clerk-Stenographer          1,296.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer   780.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,284.00
$12,820.00
Less percentage reductions          1,357.86
Carried forward     $11,462.14   $44,778.90       $56,340.56 X 46
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$13,776.60
1,500.00
2,000.00
500.00
300.00
$18,076.60
$64,419.00
$4,080.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
3,400.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,584.00
1,248.00
1,212.00
1,176.00
900.00
7,000.00
$29,960.00
1,400.72
$28,559.28
5,500.00
1,500.00
2,750.00
15,000.00
7,000.00
$60,309.28
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— Continued.
81. Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued.
Purchasing Agent's Office—Continued,
Brought forward     $11,462.14   $44,778.90       $56,340.56
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,500.00
Advertising for tenders, etc  2,000.00
Telegrams, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  300.00
Total, Purchasing Agent's Office        15,762.14
Total of Vote No. 81  60,541.04
82. Surveyor of Taxes.
(a.)  Real Property, Amusements, and Gasoline Taxes.
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes   $4,080.00
Chief Clerk   2,220.00
Clerk in Charge, Amusements Tax  2,000.00
Status Clerk and Surveyor  1,900.00
Two Clerks @ $1,700   3,400.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk and Inspector  1,620.00
Clerk   1,584.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,248.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,212.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,176.00
Junior Clerk   900.00
Temporary assistance   7,000.00
$29,960.00
Less percentage reductions  2,251.99
$27,708.01
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  1,500.00
Courts of Revision and Appeal   2,750.00
Commission on collection of general revenue  15,000.00
Timber-cruising    5,000.00
Total, Section  (a)   $57,458.01
Carried forward  $57,458.01     $116,881.60 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
3 932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
(2)
$4,080.00
3,360.00
2,660.00
2,340.00
2,100.00
2,040.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
2,120.00
1,920.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
1,344.00
1,320.00
1,200.00
840.00
1,020.00
1,860.00
2,340.00
$36,916.00
2,334.40
$34,581.60
6,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
500.00
$45,081.60
$105,390.88
$8,000.00
4,140.00
$12,140.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
82. Survey'or of Taxes—Continued.
Brought forward     $57,458.01     $116,881.60
(6.) Income, Output, and Corporation Taxes.
Salaries:
Commissioner of Income Tax   $4,080.00
Senior Auditor   3,360.00
Senior Auditor   2,660.00
Auditor   2,340.00
Special Auditor  2,100.00
Auditor   2,040.00
Auditor   1,800.00
Auditor   1,500.00
Chief Clerk   2,120.00
Audit Clerk   1,920.00
Audit Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Clerk   1,320.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Junior Clerk   840.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
Stenographer  930.00
Addressograph Operator   900.00
Three Stenographers @ $780   2,340.00
Temporary assistance  3,000.00
$39,886.00
Less percentage reductions         3,532.50
$36,353.50
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        6,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,500.00
Courts of Revision and Appeal         1,500.00
Advertising, general         1,000.00
Total, Section (6)       46,353.50
Total of Vote No. 82         103,811.51
83. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch, London, England.
Agent-General's Office.
Salaries:
Agent-General       $8,000.00
Secretary         4,140.00
Carried fonvard     $12,140.00
$220,693.11 Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$12,140.00
1,800.00
1,644.00
4,500.00
$20,084.00
1,504.80
$18,579.20
3,500.00
2,750.00
8,500.00
$33,329.20
$12,125.00
12,125.00
9,200.00
6,400.00
800.00
2,700.00
3,400.00
1,350.00
$48,100.00
$81,429.20
70,000.00
$11,429.20
$4,000.00
780.00
$4,780.00
360.00
$4,420.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
83. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch,   London,   England—Continued.
Agent-General's Office—Continued.
Brought forward    $12,140.00     $220,693.11
Salaries—Continued.
Chief Clerk  1,800.00
Clerk   1,644.00
Office Staff   4,400.00
$19,984.00
Less percentage reductions         2,551.17
$17,432.83
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         3,500.00
Allowance, travelling, and other expenses          2,750.00
Advertising, subscriptions to publications, etc         8,500.00
Total, Agent-General's Office      $32,182,83
British Columbia House, London, England.
Interest on mortgage  $12,125.00
Ground-rent     12,125.00
Rates and taxes   9,200.00
Maintenance and repairs to buildings   6,300.00
Insurance   910.00
Fuel and light  2,700.00
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies  3,300.00
Incidentals and contingencies  860.80
Total, B.C. House       47,520.80
$79,703.63
Less rents from B.C. House, estimated at      68,000.00
$11,703.63
Overseas Markets Branch.
Salaries:
Markets Representative        $4,000.00
Stenographer  780.00
$4,780.00
Less percentage reductions   599.20
Carried forward      $4,180.80   $11,703.63     $220,693.11 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$4,420.00
350.00
1,500.00
3,270.00
$17,699.20
$2,460.00
1,620.00
1,284.00
600.00
$5,964.00
341.40
$5,622.60
1,484.00
$7,106.60
$300.00
650.00
$950.00
$2,400.00
1,200.00
820.00
$4,420.00
248.80
$4,171.20
1,750.00
$5,921.20
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
83. Agent-General's Office, B.C. House, and Overseas Markets
Branch,   London,   England—Continued.
Overseas Markets Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,180.80   $11,703.63     $220,693.11
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Allowance, travelling, and other expenses 1,350.00
Total, Markets Branch         6,030.80
Total of Vote No. 83  17,734.43
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Alberni Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent        $2,460.00
Clerk          1,620.00
Stenographer  900.00
Janitor    600.00
$5,580.00
Less percentage reductions   495.98
$5,084.'02
Expenses            1,644.00
Total, Alberni Agency       $6,728.02
Anyox Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $300.00
Expenses     600.00
Total, Anyox Agency  900.00
Atlin Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,400.00
Clerk         1,200.00
Janitor   820.00
$4,420.00
Less percentage reductions   344.80
$4,075.20
Expenses           1,650.00
Total, Atlin Agency         5,725.20
Carried forward     $13,353.22     $238,427.54 X 50
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$1,900.00
$1,900.00
133.00
$1,767.00
650.00
$2,417.00
$1,920.00
1,080.00
$3,000.00
177.60
$2,822.40
1,100.00
$3,922.40
$2,400.00
2,220.00
1,200.00
900.00
(2)     1,680.00
600.00
1,200.00
$10,200.00
546.60
$9,653.40
4,000.00
$13,653.40
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward     $13,353.22     $238,427.54
Barkerville Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner        $1,900.00
Clerk        1,500.00
$3,400.00
Less percentage reductions   349.50
$3,050.50
Expenses     766.00
Total, Barkerville Sub-agency          3,816.50
Clinton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent       $1,920.00
Clerk         1,080.00
$3,000.00
Less percentage reductions  244.82
$2,755.18
Expenses  925.00
Total, Clinton Sub-agency         3,680.18
Cranbrook Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,400.00
Mining Recorder and Deputy Registrar 2,220.00
Cashier and Clerk   1,200.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer   840.00
Stenographer   780.00
Junior   480.00
Janitor   1,200.00
$10,020.00
Less percentage reductions   719.78
$9,300.22
Expenses          4,000.00
Total, Cranbrook Agency       13,300.22
Carried fonvard    $34,150.12     $238,427.54 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33,
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,640.00
2,160.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,620,00
1,524.00
1,200.00
960.00
780.00
$14,484.00
790.80
$13,693.20
5,500.00
$19,193.20
$2,460.00
1,620.00
2,424.00
$6,504.00
350.16
$6,153.84
2,283.00
!,436.84
$2,140.00
1,500.00
900.00
1,200.00
$5,740.00
308.80
$5,431.20
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $34,150.12     $238,427.54
Cumberland Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,400.00
Assessor and Collector   2,160.00
Deputy Assessor   1,800.00
Deputy Collector   1,800.00
Clerk and Special Collector   1,620.00
Clerk     1,524.00
Clerk     1,200.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer     780.00
Stenographer  900.00
$15,144.00
Less percentage reductions         1,340.89
■     •     $13,803.11
Expenses           6,400.00
Total,  Cumberland Agency        20,203.11
Duncan Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Collector       $2,460.00
Deputy Collector         1,620.00
Two Stenographers @ $1,212         2,424.00
$6,504.00
Less percentage reductions  532.94
$5,971.06
Expenses            1,908.00
Total, Duncan Agency         7,879.06
Fernie Agency,
Salaries:
Government Agent       $1,800.00
Clerk           1,500.00
Stenographer     900.00 	
Janitor           1,200.00
$5,400.00   -	
Less percentage reductions  421.20
Carried forward..........      $4,978.80   $62,232.29     $238,427.54 X 52
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
^°0't°f                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE— Continued,
84.                   Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Fernie Agency—Continued.
$5,431.20
1,325.00
Brought forward       $4,978.80
$62,232.29
$238,427.54
Expenses           1,325.00
6,303.80
$6,756.20
Total, Fernie Agency 	
Fort Fraser Agency.
Salaries:
$1,600.00
Government Agent       $1,600.00
80.00
Less percentage reductions            163.20
$1,520.00
$1,436.80
700.00
Expenses           1,200.00
2,636.80
$2,220.00
Total, Fort Fraser Agency 	
Golden Agency.
Salaries:
$2,460.00
Government Agent        $2,460.00
2,100.00
Assessor         2,100.00
900.00
Stenographer              900.00
$5,460.00
$5,460.00
355.20
Less percentage reductions            531.42
$5,104.80
$4,928.58
2,070.00
Expenses           2,070.00
6,998.58
$7,174.80
Total, Golden Agency 	
Grand Forks Sub-agency.
Salaries:
$2,020.00
Government  Sub-agent        $2,020.00
900.00
Janitor         1,080.00
$2,920.00
$3,100.00
177.40
Less percentage reductions           257.34
$2,742,60
$2,842.66
1,190.00
Expenses          1,350.00
4,192.66
$3,932.60
Total, Grand Forks Sub-agency 	
Carried fonvard	
$82,364.13
$238,427.54 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 53
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,940.00
2,400.00
2,340.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
960.00
780.00
1,380.00
1,176.00
1,176.00
900.00
1,560.00
1,200.00
$19,692.00
1,060.68
$18,631.32
4,630.00
$23,261.32
$2,460.00
1,720.00
3,072.00
780.00
1,140.00
$9,172.00
488.60
729.60
$7,953.80
2,600.00
$10,553.80
$1,800.00
780.00
$2,580.00
121.20
$2,458.80
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $82,364.13     $238,427.54
Kamloops Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,940.00
Assessor     2,400.00
Collector     2,340.00
Clerk     1,500.00
Clerk     1,380.00
Junior Clerk   960.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Clerk-Stenographer     1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer     1,176.00
Stenographer     1,176.00
Stenographer     900.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Janitor   1,200.00
$19,692.00
Less percentage reductions         1,500.86
$18,191.14
Expenses           4,230.00
Total, Kamloops Agency       22,421.14
Kaslo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,460.00
Clerk     1,720.00
Two Clerks @ $1,536   3,072.00
Stenographer     780.00
Janitor   :  1,140.00
$9,172.00
Less percentage reductions  $832.04
Less Public Works Dept     729.60       1,561.64
$7,610.36
Expenses           1,900.00
Total, Kaslo Agency         9,510.36
Kelowna Sub-agency.
Salaries :
Government  Sub-agent        $1,800.00
Stenographer     780.00
$2,580.00
Less percentage reductions  218.40
Carried forward      $2,361.60 $114,295.63     $238,427.54 X 54
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
:,458.80
800.00
$3,258.80
$2,140.00
1,620.00
1,800.00
$5,560.00
302.80
$5,257.20
2,750.00
$8,007.20
$2,460.00
2,040.00
840.00
1,560.00
1,140.00
$8,040.00
456.60
$7,583.40
1,600.00
$9,183.40
$2,460.00
2,200.00
2,000.00
1,980.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
1,020.00
930.00
$13,470.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Kelowna Sub-agency—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,361.60 $114,295.63     $238,427.54
Expenses     900.00
Total, Kelowna Sub-agency         3,261.60
Lillooet Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Assessor and Collector       $2,140.00
Clerk           1,620.00
Two Stenographers @ $900         1,800.00
$5,560.00
Less percentage reductions   466.28
$5,093.72
Expenses           2,750.00
Total, Lillooet Sub-agency         7,843.72
Merritt Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent and Assessor   $2,460.00
Collector  2,040.00
Clerk-Stenographer     840.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Janitor    1,140.00
$8,040.00
Less percentage reductions   628.60
$7,411.40
Expenses           1,890.00
Total, Merritt Sub-agency         9,301.40
Nanaimo Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,460.00
Assessor   2,200.00
Collector     2,000.00
Deputy Assessor   1,980.00
Special Collector   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer     1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer     1,320.00
Stenographer     930.00
Carried forward     $13,770.00 $134,702.35     $238,427.54 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 55
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$13,470.00
1,560.00
1,200.00
$16,230.00
937.20
$15,292.80
4,430.00
$19,722.80
$2,940.00
2,520.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
2,160.00
1,248.00
1,176.00
1,800.00
840.00
780.00
1,200.00
$18,084.00
933.84
$17,150.16
4,850.00
$22,000.16
$2,520.00
1,980.00
1,900.00
1,860.00
1,152.00
$9,412.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84.                  Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Nanaimo Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $13,770.00 $134,702.35     $238,427.54
Salaries—Continued.
Two Stenographers @ $780         1,560.00
Janitor          1,200.00
$16,530.00
Less percentage reductions         1,389.90
$15,140.10
Expenses           3,588.00
Total, Nanaimo Agency       18,728.10
Nelson Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent   $2,940.00
Assessor     2,520.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,680.00
Deputy Collector   1,620.00
Two Clerks @ $1,080   2,160.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,248.00
Stenographer     1,176.00
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Stenographer     840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Janitor   1,200.00
$19,764.00
Less percentage reductions          1,527.68
$18,236.32
Expenses           4,340.00
Total, Nelson Agency       22,576.32
New Westminster Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent's Office.
Government Agent  $2,520.00
Clerk and Mining Recorder  1,980.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,860.00
Clerk   1,152.00
Carried forward       $9,412.00 $176,006.77     $238,427.54 X 56
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
1,412.00
1,080.00
996.00
780.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
1,080.00
2,940.00
2,260.00
1,500.00
996.00
930.00
'
900.00
780.00
660.00
540.00
$27,614.00
1,550.96
720.00
$25,343.04
6,800.00
$32,143.04
$2,640.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
3,000.00
1,092.00
1,560.00
780.00
$13,072.00
752.08
$12,319.92
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
New Westminster Agency—Continued.
Brought forward      $9,412.00 $176,006.77
Salaries—Continued.
Government Agent's Office—Continued.
Stenographer     1,080.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer  780.00
Chief Janitor   1,500.00
Janitor    1,200.00
Janitor and Night-watchman   1,080.00
Assessor's Office.
Assessor   2,940.00
Collector  2,260.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer  930.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Temporary assistance    1,560.00
$29,174.00
Less percentage reductions.... $2,226.44
Less registration of voters	
 2,226.44
$26,947.56
Expenses        8,000.00
Total, New Westminster Agency      34,947.56
Pentiotion Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,640.00
Assessor         2,100.00
Deputy Collector         1,900.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500         3,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,284.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $780         1,560.00
Junior Clerk 	
$13,576.00
Less percentage reductions        1,183.86
Carried fonvard    $12,392.14 $210,954.33
$238,427.54
427.54 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 57
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$12,319.92
4,400.00
$16,719.92
$2,160.00
2,040.00
1,920.00
1,716.00
1,080.00
1,800.00
1.200.00
$11,916.00
677.40
$11,238.60
2,625.00
$13,863.60
$2,100.00
780.00
$2,S80.00
178.20
$2,701.80
472.00
;,173.80
$2,460.00
2,260.00
2,260.00
1,700.00
$8,680.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Penticton Agency—Continued.
Brought forward     $12,392.14 $210,954.33     $238,427.54
Expenses           4,000.00
Total, Penticton Agency       16,392.14
Pouce Coupe Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,160.00
Assessor   2,040.00
Deputy Collector   1,920.00
Clerk   1,716.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,080.00
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $600   1,200.00
$11,916.00
Less percentage reductions   989.04
$10,926.96
Expenses           3,225.00
Total, Pouce Coupe Agency       14,151.96
Powell River Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,100.00
Stenographer  780.00
$2,880.00
Less percentage reductions   255.90
$2,624.10
Expenses  650.00
Total, Powell River Sub-agency         3,274.10
Prince George Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,460.00
Assessor         2,260.00
Collector         2,260.00
Clerk 	
Carried forward      $6,980.00 $244,772.53     $238,427.54 X 58
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$8,680.00
1,020.00
1,092.00
930.00
1,800.00
1,200.00
500.00
$15,222.00
815.28
$14,406.72
6,616.00
$21,022.72
$2,400.00
2,520.00
1,920,00
3,600.00
1,500.00
900.00
1,320.00
1,200.00
900.00
780.00
1,200.00
720.00
1,440.00
$20,400.00
1,099.80
$19,300.20
7,845.00
$27,145.20
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Prince George Agency—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,980.00 $244,772.53     $238,427.54
Salaries—Continued.
Junior Clerk   1,200.00
Stenographer  1,092.00
Stenographer  930.00
Two Stenographers @ $900   1,800.00
Janitor    1,200.00
Junior Clerk  660.00
Temporary assistance   500.00
$14,362.00
Less percentage reductions         1,054.28
$13,307.72
Expenses           5,500.00
Total, Prince George Agency        18,807.72
Prince Rupert Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,400.00
Assessor   2,520.00
Collector   1,920.00
Two Clerks @ $1,800   3,600.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Junior Clerk   1,080.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer   1,200.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  780.00
Stenographer  720.00
Janitor    1,200.00
Assistant Janitor   720.00
Engineer   1,440.00
$19,980.00
Less percentage reductions        1,652.30
$18,327.70
Expenses           7,145.00
Total, Prince Rupert Agency        25,472.70
Carried forward  $289,052.95     $238,427.54 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,100.00
$2,100.00
147.00
$1,953.00
1,200.00
$3,153.00
$2,340.00
2,220.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
930.00
$8,610.00
512.40
$8,097.60
3,290.00
$11,387.60
$2,580.00
2,160.00
1,800.00
1,092.00
1,560.00
1,200.00
$10,392.00
575.88
$9,816.12
3,680.00
$13,496.12
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought forward  $289,052.95     $238,427.54
Princeton Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Gold Commissioner       $2,100.00
Temporary assistance   350.00
$2,450.00
Less percentage reductions   224.70
$2,225.30
Expenses            1,445.00
Total, Princeton Sub-agency        3,670.30
Quesnel Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,340.00
Assessor   ' 2,220.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer   930.00
Temporary assistance  1,500.00
$10,110.00
Less percentage reductions   847.34
$9,262.66
Expenses           2,700.00
Total, Quesnel Agency        11,962.66
Revelstoke Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent    $2,580.00
Assessor    2,160.00
Clerk  1,800.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,092.00
Two Stenographers @ $780  1,560.00
Janitor    1,200.00
$10,392.00
Less percentage reductions  861.58
$9,530.42
Expenses           3,580.00
Total, Revelstoke Agency        13,110.42
Carried forward  $317,796.33     $238,427.54 X 60
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,000.00
780.00
1,200.00
$3,980.00
219.20
$3,760.80
1,270.00
$5,030.80
$1,800.00
400.00
930.00
$3,130.00
127.20
$3,002.80
1,000.00
$4,002.80
$2,340.00
2,400.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
960.00
840.00
780.00
$12,012.00
669.60
$11,342.40
4,600.00
$15,942.40
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought forward  $317,796.33     $238,427.54
Rossland Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $2,000.00
Stenographer   780.00
Janitor          1,200.00
$3,980.00
Less percentage reductions  291.20
$3,088.80
Expenses            1,270.00
Total, Rossland Sub-agency         4,958.80
Salmon Arm Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent        $1,800.00
Temporary assistance  600.00
Janitor    930.00
$3,330.00
Less percentage reductions   248.40
$3,081.60
Expenses     880.00
Total, Salmon Arm Sub-agency         3,961.60
Smithers Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $2,340.00
Assessor   2,400.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer   840.00
Stenographer   780.00
$12,012.00
Less percentage reductions         1,094.90
$10,917.10
Expenses           4,500.00
Total, Smithers Agency        15,417.10
Carried fonvard  $342,133.83     $238,427.54 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 61
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,040.00
900.00
$2,940.00
178.80
$2,761.20
1,000.00
$3,761.20
$.1,000.00
40.00
$960.00
500.00
$1,460.00
$3,540.00
2,100.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
780.00
1,092.00
900.00
780.00
2,240.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
$18,152.00
$18,152.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—-Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought forward  $342,133.83     $238,427.54
Stetvart Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Mining Recorder        $2,040.00
Stenographer  100.00
$2,140.00
Less percentage reductions  216.28
$1,923.72
Expenses     850.00
Total, Stewart Sub-agency         2,773.72
Telegraph Creek Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent         $300.00
Less percentage reductions 	
$300.00
Expenses     750.00
Total, Telegraph Creek Agency        1,050.00
Vancouver Agency.
Government Agent's Office.
Salaries:
Government Agent  $3,540.00
Mining Recorder   2,100.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
Stenographer     1,092.00
Stenographer     780.00
Stenographer     780.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   , 2,240.00
Inspector of Amusements Tax   1,800.00
Postal Clerk  1,500.00
$18,572.00
Less percentage reductions         1,782.56
Carried forward     $16,789.44 $345,957.55     $238,427.54 X 62
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$18,152.00
1,467.38
292.60
$19,911.98
$3,360.00
2,580.00
2,460.00
2,380.00
2,220.00
2,160.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
(2)
1,500.00
1,800.00
3,000.00
1,920.00
3,120.00
2,480.00
2,100.00
1,572.00
3,240.00
1,536.00
1,536.00
1,500.00
1,440.00
1,200.00
2,400.00
1,320.00
1,248.00
1,092.00
960.00
2,790.00
2,700.00
900.00
900.00
$65,414.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF FJNANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Government Agent's Office—Continued.
Brought forward  $16,789.44 $345,957.55
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,100.00
Travelling expenses, etc  300.00
Total,    Government    Agent's
Office      $19,189.44
$238,427.54
Assessor and Collector's Office.
Salaries:
Senior Auditor and Assessor  $3,360.00
Auditor   2,580.00
Auditor   2,460.00
Auditor   2,380.00
Auditor   2,220.00
Auditor   2,160.00
Two Auditors @ $2,100   4,200.00
Auditor   2,000.00
Auditor   1,800.00
Two Auditors @ $1,800   3,600.00
Auditor  :  1,500.00
Senior Pay-roll Auditor   1,800.00
Two Pay-roll Auditors @ $1,500  3,000.00
Inspector    1,920.00
Collector and Office Manager   3,120.00
Deputy Assessor of Income 	
Chief Clerk   2,100.00
Special Collector   1,572.00
Three Clerks @ $1,620  4,860.00
Ledger Clerk   1,536.00
Clerk and Special Collector  1,536.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk and Cashier   1,440.00
Assistant Cashier   1,200.00
Two Ledger Clerks @ $1,200   2,400.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,248.00
Stenographer     1,092.00
Stenographer     960.00
Three Stenographers @ $930  2,790.00
Three Stenographers @ $900  2,700.00
Addressograph Operator   900.00
Special Collector   900.00
Carried fonvard  $68,154.00 $345,957.55
$238,427.54 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 63
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$65,414.00
900.00
840.00
(5) 3,900.00
660.00
2,200.00
$73,914.00
$73,914.00
7,282,62
1,707.40
$82,904.02
$2,040.00
1,560.00
1,440.00
1,020.00
1,200.00
1,380.00
1,420.00
10,800.00
1,200.00
2,040.00
1,200.00
$25,900.00
$25,900.00
2,000.00
9,500.00
$37,400.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE-—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc.—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Assessor and Collector's Office—Continued.
Brought forward     $68,154.00 $345,957.55
Salaries—Continued.
Junior Clerk   900.00
Stenographer     84Q.00
Eleven Stenographers @ $780  8,580.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance   2,200.00
$81,334.00
Less percentage reductions         6,707.26
$74,626.74
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc       10,425.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,750.00
Total, Assessor and Collector's
Office      $86,801.74
$238,427.54
Mechanical Staff.
Salaries:
Engineer     $2,040.00
Fireman   1,560.00
Fireman   1,440.00
Chief Janitor   1,620.00
Night-watchman      1,200.00
Night-foreman     1,380.00
Gardener and Janitor  1,420.00
Nine Janitors @ $1,200   10,800.00
Gardener and Janitor   1,200.00
Two Elevator Operators @ $1,020  2,040.00
Commissionaire     1,200.00
Temporary assistance   500.00
$26,400.00
Less percentage reductions         1,509.66
$24,890.34
Expenses:
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies, etc        2,000.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc        9,620.00
Total, Mechanical Staff    $36,510.34
Carried forward..... :....  $345,957.55     $238,427.54 X 64
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
(5)
$1,680.00
1,500.00
1,380.00
6,000.00
1,200.00
1,020.00
500.00
$13,280.00
556.80
$12,723.20
1,300.00
3,000.00
$17,023.20
$150,780.84
$2,520.00
2,400.00
3,600.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
996.00
840.00
780.00
1,320.00
400.00
$15,556.00
818.04
$14,737.96
5,450.00
$20,187.96
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84.                  Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Vancouver Agency—Continued.
Brought forward  $345,957.55     $238,427.54
Workmen's Compensation and Labour Building.
Salaries:
Engineer     $1,680.00
Chief Janitor  1,500.00
Night-foreman     1,380.00
Four Janitors @ $1,200  4,800.00
Watchman   1,200.00
Elevator Attendant  1,020.00
Temporary assistance  1,000.00
$12,580.00
Less percentage reductions   686.64
$11,893.36
Expenses:
Cleaning and Janitors' supplies, etc        1,100.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc        3,000.00
Total, Workmen's Compensation Building     $15,993.36
1 1         :	
Total, Vancouver Agency    158,494.88
Vernon Agency.
Salaries:
Government Agent      $2,520.00
Assessor   2,400.00
Two Clerks @ $1,800   3,600.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk  :... 1,200.00
Stenographer  996.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Janitor    1,320.00
Temporary assistance  400.00
$15,556.00
Less percentage reductions         1,302.92
$14,253.08
Expenses        5,315.00
Total, Vernon Agency      19,568.08
Carried forward  $524,020.51      $238,427.54 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 65
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$3,240.00
2,880.00
1,900.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
1,500.00
1,392.00
1,260.00
948.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
540.00
$22,180.00
1,414.12
$20,765.88
1,800.00
$22,565.88
$2,000.00
1,200.00
1,000.00
$4,200.00
228.00
$3,972.00
1,810.00
$5,782.00
$9,000.00
$558,290.60
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
84. Government Agents and Assessors, etc—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $524,020.51      $238,427.54
Victoria Assessor.
Salaries:
Assessor  $3,240.00
Collector   2,880.00
Deputy Assessor  1,900.00
Deputy Collector   2,000.00
Two Special Collectors @ $2,000  4,000.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,392.00
Clerk-Stenographer  1,260.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk   900.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Junior Clerk   600.00
Junior Clerk   540.00
$21,832.00
Less percentage reductions         2,016.68
$19,815.32
Expenses           2,000.00
Total, Victoria Assessor       21,815.32
Williams Lake Sub-agency.
Salaries:
Government Sub-agent      $2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer         1,200.00
Janitor          1,000.00
$4,200.00
Less percentage reductions   300.00
$3,900.00
Expenses            1,850.00
Total, Williams Lake Sub-agency         5,750.00
Sundry Agencies.
Commissions, salaries, and expenses       12,000.00
Total, Government Agents, Assessors, etc., Vote No. 84       563,585.83
Carried forward      $802,013.37 X 66
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$2,100.00
540.00
$2,640.00
168.60
$2,471.40
30,500.00
300.00
350.00
$33,621.40
500.00
$33,121.40
$250.00
8,000.00
2,200.00
15,000.00
3,000.00
25,000.00
800.00
9,600.00
7,300.00
$906,662.44
$570,000.00
170,000.00
200.00
$740,200.00
$1,646,862.44
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
85.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE—Continued.
Brought forward	
Postal Branch.
Salaries:
Postal Clerk        $2,100.00
Messenger     540.00
$802,013.37
Less percentage reductions
$2,640.00
246.30
$2,393.70
Expenses:
Stamps        32,500.00
Cartage     300.00
Meter-rent and maintenance of machine   350.00
$35,543.70
Less postage on motor-plates
Total of Vote No. 85
86. Exchange 	
87. Printing  Public  Accounts,   Revenue  Receipts,   Bonds,   Cheques,
Estimates, etc	
88. Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits 	
89. Delinquent Extra-municipal School Taxes	
90. Incidentals and Contingencies	
91. Bureau of Information and General Publicity, including Grants...
92. Grant to City of Greenwood 	
93. Grant to City of Rossland 	
    Appraisal and Classification of Reverted Lands	
35,543.70
250.00
8,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
800.00
9,600.00
To be voted        $904,207.07
Authorized by Statute.
' Municipalities Aid Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Sundry Municipalities:
Sec. 2—Share  of motor-vehicle and  chauffeurs'
licences   $570,000.00
Sec. 3—Pari-mutuel taxes 	
' Superannuation Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Sec. 11—Interest on Superannuation Fund       35,000.00
Statutory Expenditure 	
Total, Department of Finance
605,000.00
$1,509,207.07 -
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 67
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$4,020.00
2,000.00
1,440.00
7,460.00
573.80
$6,886.20
1,750.00
2,000.00
4,250.00
3,500.00
1,000.00
900.00
$20,286.20
$3,200.00
2,340.00
2,220.00
1,044.00
660.00
1,464.00
675.36
$S,788.64
1,660.00
540.00
4,000.00
$14,988.64
$1,920.00
1,372.00
960.00
$4,252.00
480.00
$3,772.00
222.20
$3,549.80
94. DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES.
Salaries:
Technical Adviser        $1,000.00
Inspector of Fisheries         2,000.00
Clerk-Stenographer        1,440.00
$4,440.00
Less percentage reductions   328.00
$4,112.00
Expenses:
Office expenses, etc  1,000.00
Travelling expenses, etc  900.00
Overseers and Inspectors  3,800.00
Collection of fishery taxes   2,500.00
Salmon investigation   750.00
Allowance to Chairman, Halibut Commission   900.00
Total of Vote No. 94         $13,962.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.
95. General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour   $3,200.00
Inspector and Statistician   2,340.00
Inspector  2,220.00
Clerk and Stenographer   1,044.00
Junior Clerk   660.00
$9,464.00
Less percentage reductions  966.24
$8,497.76
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc        1,660.00
Travelling expenses, etc  540.00
Administration  of  " Hours  of  Work  Act,"   " Male
Minimum Wage Act," Labour Reconciliation, etc.
—Salaries, allowances, expenses, etc        4,000.00
Total of Vote No. 95          $14,697.76
96. Minimum Wage Board.
Salaries:
Secretary        $1,920.00
Inspector, Vancouver         1,372.00
Clerk and Stenographer  960.00
$4,252.00
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
Factory Inspection   480.00
$3,772.00
Less percentage reductions   304.58
Carried forward       $3,467.42       $14,697.76 X 68
ESTIMATES  (193
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$3,549.80
550.00
1,000.00
$5,099.80
$3,120.00
1,176.00
,,296.00
327.84
$3,968.16
500.00
450.00
$4,918.16
$1,440.00
75.00
$1,515.00
75.00
$1,440.00
250.00
400.00
$2,090.00
$1,620.00
100.00
$1,720.00
85.00
$1,635.00
96.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR— Continued.
Minimum Wage Board—Continued.
Brought forward      $3,467.42
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
550.00
1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 96	
97. Employment Service.
Provincial Clearing-house.
Salaries:
General Superintendent       $3,120.00
Clerk and Stenographer         1,176.00
$14,697.76
5,017.42
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
$4,296.00
433.92
$3,862.08
500.00
450.00
Total, Provincial Clearing-house      $4,812.08
Cranbrook Office.
Salaries:
Clerk 	
Temporary assistance
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc. ...
Rent, fuel, light, etc.
Total, Cranbrook Office 	
Kamloops Office.
Salaries:
Clerk (half-time) 	
Temporary assistance
$810.00
50.00
Less percentage reductions
Carried forward	
$860.00
34.40
$825.60  $4,812.08   $19,715.18 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 69
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
%°ot*                                                SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$1,635.00
250.00
400.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Contint
97.                                    Employment Service—Continued.
Kamloops Office—Continued.
Brought fonvard         $825.60
ted.
$4,812.08
1,475.60
1,575.60
1,406.00
$19,715.18
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           250.00
Rent, light, fuel, etc           400.00
$2,285.00
Total, Kamloops Office	
Nanaimo Office.
Salaries:
Clerk   (half-time)         $810.00
$1,620.00
100.00
Temporary assistance            50.00
$1,720.00
85.00
$860.00
Less percentage reductions              34.40
$1,635.00
250.00
500.00
$825.60
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           500.00
$2,385.00
Total, Nanaimo Office	
Nelson Office.
Salaries:
Clerk (half-time)          $750.00
$1,500.00
75.00
Temporary assistance             37.50
$1,575.00
■ 78.00
$787.50
Less percentage reductions              31.50
$1,497.00
250.00
400.00
$756.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           400.00
$2,147.00
Total. Nelson Office  	
New Westminster Office.
Salaries:
Clerk (half-time)   $900.00
$1,800.00
100.00
Temporary assistance              50.00
$1,900.00
94.00
$950.00
Less percentage reductions             38.00
$1,806.00
Carried fonvard         $912.00
$9,269.28
$19,715.18 X 70
■
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
%t°ef                                                SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$1,806.00
250.00
450.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
97.                                    Employment Service—Continued.
New Westminster Office—Continued.
Brought forward         $912.00     $9 269 28
$19,715.18
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           450.00
$2,506.00
Total, New Westminster Office        1,612.00
Penticton Office.
Salaries:
Clerk (half-time)          $810.00
$1,620.00
75.00
Temporary assistance            37.50
$1,695.00
84.00
$847.50
Less percentage.reductions              33.90
$1,611.00
250.00
350.00
$813.60
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           250.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc           350.00
$2,211.00
Total, Penticton Office         1,413.60
Prince George Office.
Salaries:
Clerk 	
$1,800.00
75.00
Temporary assistance 	
$1,875.00
93.00
Less percentage reductions 	
$1,782.00
250.00
420.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Rent, fuel, light, etc	
$2,452.00
Total, Prince George Office	
Prince Rupert Office.
Salaries:
Clerk (half-time)                           $900 00
$1,800.00
100.00
Temporary assistance                        50 00
$1,900.00
94.00
$950.00
Less percentage reductions ...,             38.00
$1,806.00
Carried forward          $912,00    $12,294.88
$19,715.18 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
Vote£                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
97.                                      Employment Service-
—Continued.
Prince Rupert Office-
—Continued.
$1,806.00
Brought forward	
$912,00
$12,294.88
$19,715.18
Expenses:
250.00
Office supplies, etc	
250.00
500.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc	
Total. Prince Runert Office   '
500.00
$1,662.00
$2,556.00
Vancouver Office.
Salaries:
$2,060.00
Superintendent 	
$2,060.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,472.00
Chief Clerk, Women's Department	
1,472.00
1,320.00
Clerk 	
1,320.00
780.00
Clerk and Stenographer	
780.00
100.00
Temporary assistance	
100.00
$14,732.00
$14,732.00
769.00
Less percentage reductions 	
1,388.42
$13,963.00
$13,343.58
Expenses:
1,300.00
Office supplies, etc	
1,300.00
6,000.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc	
Total, Vancouver Office 	
6,000.00
20,643.58
$21,263.00
Victoria Offi
Salaries:
ee.
$2,060.00
Superintendent 	
$2,060.00
1,800.00
Clerk 	
1,800.00
1,200.00
Chief Clerk, Women's Department	
1,200.00
840.00
Clerk and Stenographer	
840.00
$5,900.00
$5,900.00
315.80
487.22
Expenses:
$5,584.20
$5,412.78
720.00
Office supplies, etc	
720.00
1,000.00
Rent, fuel, light, etc	
Total, Victoria Office 	
1,000.00
7,132.78
$7,304.20
$41,733.24
$17,372.36
Less Dominion of Canada Subvention, estimated at
'Total, Employment Service, Vote No. 97
13,911.08
$34,745.00
27,822.16
$47,537.34 X 72
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
V°otef                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,720.00
2,400.00
960.00
48.00
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR—Continued.
Brought forward	
$47,537.34
6,887.32
98.                                              Factories Inspection.
Salaries:
Inspector          $2,720.00
Assistant Inspector   .         ...                             2,400.00
Clerk and Stenographer           960.00
Temporary assistance             48.00
$6,128.00
480.00
$6,128.00
Less one-half Stenographer's salary chargeable to
Minimum Wage Board            480.00
$5,648.00
379.52
$5,648,00
Less percentage reductions            600.68
$5,268.48
360.00
1,480.00
$5,047.32
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc           360.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,480.00
$7,108.48
Total of Vote No. 98 	
To be voted 	
Authorized by Statute.
" Old-age Pension Act " :
Salaries and expenses     $22,210.00
$61,941.92
$54,424.66
441,523.95
$16,000.00
$16,000.00
1,506,521.00
$21,475.20
Pensions  $1,733,127.00
Less   refund   on   pensions   paid   for
other Provinces         52,932.00
$1,522,521.00
1,129,890.75
$1,680,195.00
Less   refund   by   Dominion   Government of three-quarters net amount
paid out for pensions     1,260,146.25
420,048.75
$392,630.25
Total, " Old-age Pension Act " 	
Total, Department of Labour 	
$454,572.17
$495,948.61
i ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 73
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$7,500.00
2,040.00
$9,540.00
1,042.80
$8,497.20
675.00
2,250.00
$11,422.20
$5,000.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,720.00
4,860.00
1,630.00
1,452.00
1,140.00
1,344.00
1,020.00
1,200.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
$25,236.00
1,555.40
$23,680.60
$3,000.00
2,460.00
2,400.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
2,200.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
$18,460.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
99. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Lands       $7,500.00
Secretary  '.        2,040.00
$9,540.00
Less percentage reductions         1,716.28
$7,823.72
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  675.00
Travelling expenses, etc        2,250.00
Total of Vote No. 99         $10,748.72
100. Salaries.
(a.) General Office—General Administration.
Deputy Minister  ,  $5,000.00
Recorder     1,800.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Property Clerk   1,720.00
Three Clerks @ $1,620  4,860.00
Clerk (6 months @ $1,620 per annum)  810.00
Clerk  1,452.00
Clerk  '.  1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,344.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Junior Clerk   1,140.00
Junior Clerk   1,140.00
Junior Clerk   1,020.00
$24,246.00
Less percentage reductions         2,357.11
Total Salaries, General Office     $21,888.89
(6.) Lands Branch.
Superintendent of Lands  $3,000.00
Inspector of Lands   2,460.00
Assistant Superintendent and Chief Clerk 2,400.00
Assistant Chief Clerk  2,100.00
Accountant     2,200.00
Status Clerk  2,200.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk (6 months @ $2,000 per annum)  1,000.00
Carried fonvard  $17,300.00
$21,888.89        $10,748.72 X 74
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$18,460.00
1,960.00
1,860.00
1,740.00
1,620.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
1,488.00
1,380.00
1,140.00
1,320.00
990.00
900.00
1,560.00
1,020.00
900.00
540.00
$41,570.00
2,453.60
$39,116,40
$4,240.00
3,240.00
2,100.00
10,000.00
1,980.00
5,760.00
1,380.00
1,320.00
900.00
3,240.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
4,680.00
2,100.00
$45,980.00
DEPARTMENT OF 'LANDS—Continued.
100. Salaries—Continued.
(b.) Lands Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $17,360.00    $21,888.89       $10,748.72
Clerk  (Land Settlement)    1,960.00
Clerk   1,860.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,488.00
Clerk   1,380.00
Clerk   1,140.00
Clerk   1,080.00
Stenographer     1,320.00
Stenographer (Land Settlement)   990.00
Stenographer     900.00
Two Stenographers @ $780   1,560.00
Junior Clerk 	
Junior Clerk  780.00
Messenger    ,  540.00
$38,670.00
Less percentage reductions         3,520.24
Total Salaries, Lands Branch       35,149.76
(c.) Surveys Branch.
Surveyor-General   $4,240.00
Surveys Division:
Assistant Surveyor-General   3,240.00
Draughtsman    2,100.00
Five Draughtsmen @ $2,000   10,000.00
Draughtsman    1,980.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920   5,760.00
Draughtsman    1,380.00
Draughtsman  (Junior)    1,320.00
Draughtsman  (Apprentice)    900.00
Geographic Division:
Chief Geographer   3,240.00
Registrar    (6   months    @    $2,520   per
annum)      1,260.00
Mathematical Computer   2,520.00
Two Draughtsmen @ $2,340  4,680.00
Draughtsman    2,100.00
Carried forward  $44,720.00
$57,038.65       $10,748.72 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 75
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$45,980.00
525.00
1,980.00
5,760.00
1,680.00
1,620.00
345.00
1,200.00
660.00
875.00
875.00
855.00
2,565.00
555.00
525.00
405.00
3,240.00
1,500.00
1,284.00
900.00
2,220.00
1,860.00
1,800.00
660.00
$79,869.00
5,487.55
$74,381.45
$4,560.00
3,360.00
3,540.00
3,240.00
2,200.00
2,100.00
5,760.00
1,800.00
$26,560.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
100. Salaries—Continued.
(c.)  Surveys Branch—Continued.
Brought forward    $44,720.00   $57,038.65       $10,748.72
Geographic Division—Continued.
Draughtsman  	
Draughtsman          1,980.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920          5,760.00
Draughtsman        1,680.00
Draughtsman          1,620.00
Draughtsman  	
Draughtsman  (Junior)          1,200.00
Draughtsman  (Apprentice)    660.00
Topographic Division:
Aerial Topographer	
Topographic Surveyor 	
Topographic Surveyor 	
Topographic Surveyor 	
Assistant Topographic Surveyor 	
Assistant Topographic Surveyor 	
. Assistant Topographic Surveyor 	
General Staff:
Two Clerks @ $1,620         3,240.00
Clerk 	
Stenographer           1,284.00
Stenographer     900.00
Map-mounter         2,220.00
Photostat Operator         1,860.00
Blue-print Operator        1,800.00
Blue-printer's Assistant   660.00
$69,584.00
Less percentage reductions         7,181.50
Total Salaries, Surveys Branch      62,402.50
(d.)  Water Rights Branch.
Comptroller of Water Rights   $4,560.00
Assistant to Comptroller and Chief Engineer ;  Member, Board of Investigation.... 3,360.00
Chairman, Board of Investigation 3,540.00
Chief Field and Office Engineer  3,240.00
Senior Draughtsman   2,200.00
Draughtsman     2,100.00
Three Draughtsmen @ $1,920   5,760.00
Draughtsman     1,800.00
Carried forward     $26,560.00 $119,441.15       $10,748.72 X 76
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$26,560.00
2,340.00
5,880.00
1,900.00
1,380.00
1,248.00
960.00
930.00
780.00
600.00
2,700.00
2,340.00
780.00
3,240.00
2,200.00
780.00
2,940.00
2,100.00
900.00
2,940.00
$63,498.00
4,680.00
$58,818.00
$4,860.00
3,640.00
3,120.00
3,060.00
2,940.00
3,000.00
2,020.00
3,840.00
5,400.00
2,880.00
2,640.00
2,640.00
$40,040.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
100. Salaries—CoretinwetZ.
(d.)   Water Rights Branch—Continued.
Brought forward    $26,560.00 $119,441.15       $10,748.72
Chief Clerk   2,340.00
Three Clerks @ $1,960  5,880.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Junior Clerk   1,380.00
Stenographer     1,248.00
Stenographer     960.00
Stenographer    '.	
Stenographer     780.00
Messenger  600.00
District Engineer, Kelowna   2,700.00
Assistant District Engineer  (6 months @
$2,340 per annum)   1,170.00
Stenographer     780.00
District Engineer, Kamloops   3,240.00
Assistant District Engineer  2,200.00
Stenographer     780.00
District Engineer; Nelson  2,940.00
Assistant District Engineer  (6 months @
$2,100 per annum)   1,050.00
Stenographer     900.00
District Engineer, Victoria   2,940.00
$60,348.00
Less percentage reductions         6,557.22
Total Salaries, Water Rights Branch       53,790.78
(e.) Forest Branch.
Chief Forester   $4,860.00
Assistant Chief Forester   3,640.00
Forester    3,120.00
Forester    3,060.00
Forester    3,000.00
Assistant Forester   3,000.00
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,920   3,840.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,800  3,600.00
Royalty Inspector   2,880.00
Chief Clerk s  2,640.00
Accountant  2,640.00
Carried forward  $38,300.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72 ESTIMATES   (1933-34)
X 77
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal l'ear
1933-34.
$40,040.00
2,520.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2,020.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
1,880.00
1,700.00
1,600.00
2,200.00
4,400.00
2,000.00
5,760.00
5,700.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,572.00
1,548.00
1,500.00
1,440.00
1,200.00
1,320.00
1,092.00
1,044.00
1,020.00
1,992.00
1,860.00
900.00
660.00
540.00
2,560.00
2,220.00
2,020.00
3,840.00
2,940.00
1,200.00
3,980.00
2,900.00
$111,708.00
100.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Salaries—Continued,
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward     $38,300.00 $173,231.93
Mechanical Inspector   2,520.00
Grazing Assistant :  2,100.00
Chief Draughtsman   2,100.00
Draughtsman	
Draughtsman     2,000.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Draughtsman     1,880.00
Draughtsman     1,700.00
Draughtsman     1,600.00
Assistant Accountant   2,200.00
Two Clerks @ $2,200   4,400.00
Clerk   2,000.00
Three Clerks @ $1,920  5,760.00
Two Clerks @ $1,900  3,800.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,572.00
Clerk   1,548.00
Clerk 	
Clerk   1,440.00
Clerk   1,200.00
Stenographer  1,320.00
Stenographer     1,092.00
Stenographer     1,044.00
Stenographer     1,020.00
Two Stenographers @ $996  1,992.00
Two Stenographers @ $930  1,860.00
Stenographer   	
Junior Clerk   660.00
Junior Clerk   420.00
Forest Research Stations:
Assistant Forester 	
Junior Forester   2,220.00
Junior Forester   2,020.00
Two Junior Foresters @ $1,920  3,840.00
Lumber Trade Extension:
Lumber Trade Commissioner 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District) :
District Forester   3,980.00
Assistant District Forester   2,900.00
Carried forward...^.  $105,828.00 $173,231.93
$10,748.72
$10,748.72 X 78
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$111,708.00
2,760.00
1,920.00
2,460.00
2,160.00
1,620.00
1,900.00
1,416.00
1,296.00
1,920.00
1,020.00
1,248.00
2,088.00
2,040.00
4,920.00
2,340.00
1,572.00
1,536.00
4,400.00
16,800.00
2,000.00
5,700.00
1,760.00
2,340.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
3,024.00
2,880.00
19,200.00
24,192.00
1,920.00
3,360.00
2,340.00
2,000.00
2,592.00
840.00
1,020.00
$239,432.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
100. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest .Branc/i—Continued.
Brought forward  $105,828.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72
Southern Coast, Vancouver  (Class A District)—Continued.
Assistant Forester   2,760.00
Junior Forester   1,920.00
Chief Clerk   2,460.00
Clerk   2,160.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,416.00
Clerk   1,296.00
Draughtsman     1,920.00
Junior Clerk  1,020.00
Stenographer     1,248.00
Two Stenographers @ $1,044  2,088.00
Two Stenographers @ $1,020   2,040.00
Two Supervisors @ $2,460   4,920.00
Supervisor   2,340.00
Supervisor's Clerk 	
Supervisor's Clerk   1,536.00
Two Rangers @ $2,200   4,400.00
Eight Rangers @ $2,100  16,800.00
Ranger    2,000.00
Three Rangers @ $1,900   5,700.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Export Inspector   2,340.00
Foreman, Thurston Bay  2,340.00
Mechanic, Thurston Bay 	
Boat-builder, Thurston Bay   1,800.00
Scaling Staff:
Supervisor of Scaling   3,024.00
Supervisor  of   Scalers,  Vancouver  District   2,880.00
Eight Senior Scalers @ $2,400  19,200.00
Twelve Scalers @ $2,016 (Class A)  24,192.00
Scaler    1,920.00
Two Junior Scalers @ $1,680  3,360.00
Recorder of Scaling   2,340.00
Recorder of Scaling   2,000.00
Two Computing Clerks @ $1,296  2,592.00
Computing Clerk   1,020.00
Stenographer   840.00
Carried forward  $238,580.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 79
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$239,432.00
3,340.00
2,580.00
2,400.00
2,000.00
2,400.00
1,680.00
3,000.00
1,272.00
1,572.00
960.00
1,800.00
780.00
2,520.00
2,220.00
6,600.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
1,920.00
3,800.00
5,280.00
4,680.00
3,060.00
2,760.00
2,460.00
2,460.00
1,800.00
1,620.00
1,500.00
990.00
960.00
840.00
780.00
900.00
1,380.00
2,460.00
4,920.00
1,620.00
$333,846.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
100. Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest 5m«c7i—Continued.
Brought forward  $238,580.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72
Kamloops (Class A District) :
District Forester   3,340.00
Assistant District Forester   2,580.00
Assistant Forester (Grazing)   2,400.00
Junior Forester  2,000.00
Chief Clerk   2,400.00
Clerk  1,680.00
Two Clerks @ $1,500   3,000.00
Clerk  ;  1,272.00
Clerk-Draughtsman   1,572.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer	
Supervisor   2,520.00
Supervisor   2,220.00
Three Rangers @ $2,200   6,600.00
Ranger    2,100.00
Ranger    2,000.00
Ranger    1,920.00
Two Rangers @ $1,900  3,800.00
Three Rangers @ $1,760   5,280.00
Three Rangers @ $1,560   4,680.00
Southern Interior, Nelson   (Class B District) :
District Forester   3,060.00
Assistant District Forester  2,760.00
Assistant Forester 	
Supervisor of Licensed Scalers  2,460.00
Chief Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer   990.00
Stenographer .-.  960.00
Stenographer 	
Stenographer	
Junior Clerk 	
Draughtsman     1,380.00
Fire Inspector  2,460.00
Two Supervisors @ $2,460   4,920.00
Supervisor's Clerk 	
Carried forward  $317,034.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72 X 80
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$333,846.00
6,600.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
3,520.00
1,660.00
3,120.00
3,080.00
2,220.00
2,220.00
2,000.00
1,596.00
1,272.00
1,272.00
960.00
900.00
2,200.00
4,200.00
1,900.00
5,280.00
1,660.00
2,016.00
900.00
2,700.00
2,460.00
1,900.00
1,620.00
960.00
900.00
2,200.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
3,800.00
1,800.00
1,760.00
$421,722.00
. DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
100. ■ Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $317,034.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72
Southern  Interior,  Nelson   (Class B  District) —Continued.
Three Rangers @ $2,200   6,600.00
Ranger    2,100.00
Ranger    1,900.00
Two Rangers @ $1,760  3,520.00
Ranger  	
Two Rangers @ $1,560  3,120.00
Northern Coast, Prince Rupert  (Class B
District) :
District Forester   3,080.00
Assistant District Forester   2,220.00
Fire Inspector  2,220.00
Chief Clerk   2,000.00
Clerk   1,596.00
Clerk   1,272.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer   780.00
Stenographer   780.00
Ranger   ,  2,200.00
Ranger    2,100.00
Ranger     1,900.00
Three Rangers @ $1,760   5,280.00
Ranger  1,660.00
Scaling Staff:
Class A Scaler   2,016.00
Computing Clerk   900.00
Prince .George (Class B District) :
District Forester   2,700.00
Assistant District Forester  2,460.00
Clerk   1,900.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Stenographer  960.00
Stenographer   900.00
Ranger    2,200.00
Ranger    2,100.00
Ranger    2,000.00
Two Rangers @ $1,900  3,800.00
Ranger    1,800.00
Ranger    1,760.00
Carried forward.....  $388,478.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
100.
$421,722.00
23,542.84
$398,179.16
15,209.60
65,934.04
6.667.00
3,969.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Salaries—Continued.
(e.) Forest Branch—Continued.
Brought forward  $388,478.00 $173,231.93       $10,748.72
Less percentage reductions        33,716.51
$354,761.49
Less  chargeable  to  Forest
Reserve Account   $11,800.46
Less chargeable to Scaling
Fund      65,599.98
Less chargeable to Maintenance of Launches and
Autos	
Less chargeable to Lumber
Trade Extension 	
77,400.44
$306,399.52
Total, Salaries, Forest Branch    277,361.05
$502,395.97
$1,500.00
139,350.00
12,689.00
500.00
Total of Vote No. 100 	
General.
101. Temporary Assistance 	
102. Expenses   (including Administration, Maintenance of Buildings,
Launches, Autos, and other Equipment, etc.)	
103. Administration of Land Settlement—Salaries and Expenses 	
104. British Boys' Farm Settlement	
$35,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
4,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
11,000.00
105.
106.
Miscellaneous Votes.
Lumber Trade Extension      $20,000.00
19,000.00
20,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
2,500.00
$114,500.00
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association 	
    Reconnaissance and Cruising 	
    Forest Research	
    Reforestation and Forest Nursery	
    Grazing:   Range Improvement 	
    B.C. Hydrometric Service	
106a. B.C. Hydrometric Service	
107. " Soldiers' Land Act," Chap. SO, 1918 	
    Land and Topographic Surveys	
    Lithograph Maps	
108. Surveys and Maps 	
109. Refunds under " Land Act " and " Revenue Act'
110. Publicity 	
    Superintendent of Irrigation 	
111. Incidentals and Contingencies 	
Total of Miscellaneous Votes 	
To be voted 	
2,000.00
5,000.00
19,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
450,592.98
1,500.00
95,500.00
6,000.00
500.00
54,000.00
$618,841.70
Carried forward       $618,841.70 X 82
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
Vote1                                                    SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Brought forward	
$618,841.70
Authorized by Statute.
" Forest Act," Sec. 30a (2) :
$51,000.00
" Grazing Act," Sec. 11:
$5,133.00
5,133.00
$833,357.17
$623,974.70
DEPARTMENT OF MINES.
112
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
$7,500.00
Minister of Mines 	
.      $7,500.00
1,920.00
Secretary 	
1,920.00
1,020.00
1,020.00
$10,440.00
$10,440.00
1,075.20
1,742.42
$9,364.80
$8,697.58
Expenses:
1,145.00
900.00
1,800.00
113
Travelling expenses, etc	
Total of Vote No. 112 	
1,500.00
$12,309.80
$11,097.58
General Office.
Salaries:
$4,240.00
Deputy Minister 	
$4,240.00
2,280.00
Chief Clerk and Gold Commissioner	
2,280.00
1,620.00
Clerk and Accountant 	
1,620.00
1,056.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
1,056.00
900.00
Stenographer   	
900.00
780.00
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance	
780.00
150.00
$10,876.00
$11,026.00
731.64
Less percentage reductions  	
1,145.98
$10,144.36
$9,880.02
Expenses:
1,200.00
Office supplies, etc	
1,080.00
405.00
Travelling expenses, etc	
360.00
6,000.00
Printing and binding, etc	
Total of Vote No. 113	
4,850.00
$17,749.36
16,170.02
Carried forward	
$27,267.60 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 83
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1931-32.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$4,500.00
3,120.00
2,280.00
2,620.00
7,200.00
5,480.00
1,140.00
$26,340.00
2,097.00
$24,243.00
1,300.00
8,000.00
$33,543.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
Brought forward	
114.                                            Mines Inspection Branch.
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines       $4,500.00
Inspector  	
Inspector  	
Inspector  	
Three Inspectors @ $2,400	
Two Inspectors and Examiners of Mine Officials and
Miners	
Stenographer   	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
3,120.00
2,280.00
2,620.00
7,200.00
5,480.00
1,140.00
$26,340.00
3,089.40
$23,250.60
1,200.00
8,000.00
Total of Vote No. 114
$4,390.00
2,000.00
1,620.00
3,240.00
2,020.00
900.00
1,320.00
$15,490.00
1,282.80
$14,207.20
1,300.00
675.00
$16,182,20
$1,680.00
3,240.00
1,320.00
$6,240.00
312.00
$5,928.00
115.                                                    Bureau of Mines.
Salaries:
Provincial Mineralogist       $4,390.00
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Provincial Assayer and Public Analyst
Assayer   	
Stenographer	
Caretaker	
2,000.00
1,620.00
3,240.00
2,020.00
900.00
1,320.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
$15,490.00
1,765.22
$13,724.78
1,000.00
600.00
Total of Vote No. 115
116. Mine-rescue and Training Stations.
Salaries:
Instructor and Caretaker        $1,680.00
Two Instructors and Caretakers @ $1,620         3,240.00
Instructor and Caretaker         1,320.00
Less percentage reductions
$6,240.00
581.56
$27,267.60
32,450.60
15,324.78
Carried forward      $5,658.44
$75,042.98 X 84
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$5,928.00
3,900.00
220.00
$10,048.00
$500.00
1,500.00
$2,000.00
$50,000.00
26,919.40
1,000.00
1,700.00
6,000.00
500.00
3,119.40
$177,951.76
$7,500.00
1,800.00
$9,300.00
990.00
$8,310.00
500.00
1,000.00
$9,810.00
DEPARTMENT OF MINES—Continued.
116. Mine-rescue and Training Stations—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,658.44       $75,042.98
Expenses:
Apparatus, supplies, etc  3,500.00
Travelling expenses, etc  200.00
Total of Vote No. 116   9,358.44
117. Grants.
(a.)  Canadian   Institute   of   Mining  and   Metallurgy
(B.C. Division)            $500.00
(b.) Competitions and Meets re Mine-rescue and First-
aid Work, etc        1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 117  1,500.00
Miscellaneous Votes.
118. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc     $40,000.00
119. " Mineral Survey and Development Act,"
Supplementary, and Lectures on Practical Geology and Mineralogy     $31,922.80
Less percentage reductions   98.40
      31,824.40
120. Subsidy  re  Explosives   to  assist  Bona-fide  Mineral
Prospectors        1,400.00
121. Advertising, Miscellaneous Bulletins, Incidentals, and
Contingencies          4,500.00
122. Grants to Coal-mining Industry   300.00
Total, Miscellaneous Votes   78,024.40
Total, Department of Mines        $163,925.82
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
123. Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Provincial Secretary         $7,500.00
Secretary         1,800.00
$9,300.00
Less percentage reductions         1,687.20
$7,612.80
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Travelling expenses, etc        1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 123   $9,112.80
Carried forward ; $9,112.80 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$4,620.00
1,900.00
1,572.00
1,044.00
900.00
780.00
1,020.00
420.00
1,500.00
10.0.00
$13,856.00
1,009.56
$12,846.44
2,500.00
1,500.00
$16,846.44
$4,800.00
4,240.00
3,600.00
2,760.00
1,248.00
1,140.00
996.00
2,020.00
1,620.00
1,344.00
996.00
900.00
960.00
900.00
900.00
660.00
124.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
Brought forward  $9,112.80
General Office.
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary        $4,620.00
Chief Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
Stenographer   	
Clerk  1.
Junior Clerk	
Messenger   	
Keeper of Executive Council Chamber
Attendant 	
Temporary assistance 	
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
1,900.00
1,572.00
1,044.00
900.00
780.00
1,020.00
480.00
1,500.00
$13,816.00
1,387.32
$12,428.68
2,100.00
1,500.00
125.
Total of Vote No. 124	
Provincial Board of Health.
16,028.68
$29,084.00
(a.) Provincial Board of Health.
Salaries:
Secretary    $4,800.00
Hospital Inspector and Travelling Medical Health Officer  4,240.00
Epidemiologist  3,600.00
Chief Sanitary Inspector   2,760.00
Clerk   1,248.00
Clerk  1,140.00
Stenographer     996.00
Deputy Registrar,  Births,  Deaths,  and
Marriages  2,020.00
Clerk and Inspector of Vital Statistics.... 1,620.00
Clerk   1,344.00
Stenographer     996.00
Stenographer     900.00
Record Clerk   960.00
Recording Clerk   900.00
Senior Filing Clerk   . 900.00
Junior Filing Clerk   660.00
Carried forward  $29,084.00
$25,141.48 X 86
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$29,084.00
660.00
500.00
$30,244.00
2,161.28
$28,082.72
5,750.00
4,900.00
16,000.00
17,000.00
42,650.00
4,000.00
$118,382.72
4,000.00
5,800.00
$9,800.00
$108,582.72
$3,900.00
3,000.00
2,500.00
1,560.00
1,440.00
1,260.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
1,140.00
1,080.00
$18,160.00
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
125. Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
(a.) Provincial Board of Health—Continued.
Brought forward     $29,084.00
Salaries—Continued.
Junior Clerk   660.00
Temporary assistance  500.00
$30,244.00
Less percentage reductions         3,015.98
$27,228.02
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  4,250.00
Travelling expenses, etc  4,150.00
Medical inspection of schools   10,000.00
Public-health nursing   15,660.00
Incidentals and emergencies   37,250.00
Health units   3,000.00
$25,141.48
$101,538.02
Less grant from Rockefeller
Foundation towards salary of Epidemiologist and
health units  $5,000.00
Less Dominion of Canada
Subvention, Venereal Disease  	
i,000.00
$96,538.02
(6.)  Provincial Laboratory.
Salaries:
Director     $3,900.00
Assistant Director   3,000.00
Chief of Bacteriology   2,500.00
Media-maker   1,560.00
Bacteriological Technician   1,440.00
Bacteriological Technician   1,260.00
Bacteriological Technician   1,140.00
Janitor    1,140.00
Record Clerk   1,140.00
Record Clerk  1,080.00
Carried forward  $18,160.00    $96,538.02       $25,141.48 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 87
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
Votef                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$18,160.00
125
126.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIA
Provincial Board of Heai
(6.) Provincial Laborator
Brought forward	
L SECRET^
.th—Contin
y—Continue
$18,160.00
660.00
660.00
1RY— Conti
tied.
sd.
$96,538.02
10,204.3S
nued.
$25,141.48
660.00
Salaries—Continued.
Outfits-maker	
660.00
Outfits-maker	
Less percentage reductions 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, Laboratory supplies, etc...
Less revenue 	
Total of Vote No. 125 	
Provincial Library an
Salaries:
Librarian and Archivist	
$19,480.00
1,123.60
$19,480.00
1,748.02
$18,356.40
11,643.60
$17,731.98
6,472.40
$30,000.00
17,140.00
$24,204.38
14,000.00
$12,860.00
d Archives.
$121,442.72
$2,640.00
1,920.00
1,572.00
1,500.00
106,742.40
$2,640.00
1,920.00
1,572.00
Assistant Librarian 	
1,500.00
1,200.00
Cataloguer 	
First Assistant Cataloguer	
Reference Clerk 	
1,200.00
1,272.00
780.00
900.00
1 272.00
780.00
900.00
Clerk 	
Stenographer and Book-keeper 	
948.00
Stenographer     	
948.00
600.00
1,320.00
540.00
1,320.00
Attendant 	
Expenses:
Office supplies, books, binding, periodicals, archive
material, etc	
$14,592.00
777.12
$14,652.00
1,118.54
$13,814.88
5,400.00
400.00
$13,533.46
4,650.00
200.00
Total of Vote No. 126	
$19,614.88
18,383.46
$150,267.34 X 8S
ESTIMATES   (1933-34)
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,000.00
1,800.00
900.00
1,140.00
780.00
900.00
250.00
$7,770.00
383.80
$7,386.20
2,500.00
4,300.00
10,500.00
2,300.00
550.00
200.00
1,450.00
$29,186.20
$2,760.00
1,900.00
960.00
1,000.00
$6,620.00
408.64
3,211.36
700.00
800.00
$7,711.36
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
Brought forward      $150,267.34
127. " Public Libraries Act."
Salaries:
Superintendent       $2,000.00
Assistant           1,800.00
Assistant   	
Assistant          1,140.00
Stenographer     780.00
Messenger	
Temporary assistance 	
$5,720.00
Less percentage reductions  _  476.00
$5,244.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  500.00
Books and periodicals        2,181.60
Books and periodicals  (increase agreed upon with
Carnegie Corporation)  	
Freight and express, etc        1,200.00
Travelling expenses, etc., of Superintendent, " Public
Libraries Act"   100.00
Travelling   expenses,   etc.,   of   members   of   Public
Libraries Commission  100.00
Incidentals and contingencies    600.00
Total of Vote No. 127  9,925.60
128. Provincial Museum.
Salaries:
Director          $2,760.00
Assistant Biologist	
Recorder   960.00
Temporary assistance        1,000.00
$4,720.00
Less percentage reductions   358.68
$4,361.32
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  570.00
Incidentals and contingencies  800.00
Total of Vote No. 128  5,731.32
Carried forward      $165,924.26 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 89
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$5,540.00
4,480.00
3,780.00
1,920.00
1,836.00
1,800.00
1,320.00
1,110.00
1,020.00
$22,S06.00
2,010.00
1,620.00
$19,176.00
1,300.00
600.00
200.00
$21,276.00
$3,440.00
3,240.00
3,040.00
5,6S0.00
2,940.00
1,680.00
1,020.00
2,700.00
900.00
225.00
2,200.00
364,852.00
$391,917.00
20,538.34
80,605.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward      $165,924.26
129. Mental Hospitals.
(a.)  Headquarters.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $5,540.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent   4,480.00
Bursar  3,780.00
Assistant Bursar   1,920.00
Book-keeper   1,836.00
Book-keeper   1,800.00
Clinical Clerk and Secretary to Medical
Superintendent   1,320.00
Stenographer   1,110.00
Stenographer  1,020.00
$290,773.66
Less percentage reductions.... $2,883.96
Iiess deductions for board....    1,620.00
$22,S06.00
4,503.96
$18,302.04
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,300.00
Travelling expenses, etc  600.00
Incidentals and contingencies   200.00
Total, Hospitals, Headquarters      $20,402.04
(b.)  Essondale.
Salaries:
Physician   $3,440.00
Physician   3,240.00
Physician   3,040.00
Two Physicians @ $2,840   5,680.00
Pathologist and Radiologist  ' 2,940.00
Laboratory Assistant   1,680.00
Clinical Stenographer, etc  1,020.00
Three Stenographers @ $900   2,700.00
Stenographer   900.00
Holiday Relief Stenographer   225.00
Social Service Worker   2,200.00
Sundry employees   366,046.00
$393,111.00
Less percentage reductions.. $27,339.56
Less deductions for board ..    83,825.00
111,164.56
Carried forward  $281,946.44   $20,402.04     $165,924.26 Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$290,773.66
5,975.00
570.00
71,500.00
4,000.00
5,600.00
109,600.00
36,000.00
10,830.00
10,650.00
20,600.00
$566,098.66
128,000.00
$438,098.66
$3,640.00
7,080.00
1,920.00
1,500.00
112,852.00
$126,992.00
6,534.84
18,240.00
$102,217.16
1,075.00
90.00
20,100.00
750.00
2,250.00
20,300.00
5,850.00
1,295.00
$153,927.16
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
129. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(6.) Essondale—Continued.
Brought forward  $281,946.44   $20,402.04     $165,924.26
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  5,850.00
Travelling expenses, etc  570.00
Fuel, light, water, power, etc  70,000.00
Janitors'  supplies   4,000.00
Furniture and fixtures   4,700.00
Provisions and farm produce   94,000.00
Uniforms and clothing   33,500.00
Medical and surgical supplies   7,500.00
Examinations, committals, and transportation     7,550.00
Incidentals and contingencies   13,450.00
$523,066.44
Less receipts, estimated at      100,500.00
Total, Essondale Hospital      422,566.44
(c.)  New Westminster.
Salaries:
Medical Supervisor   $3,640.00
Two Physicians @ $3,540   7,080.00
Receiving Clerk   1,920.00
Clinical Clerk and Stenographer  1,500.00
Sundry employees   112,307.00
$126,447.00
Less percentage reductions.... $9,136.91
Less deductions for board  18,575.00
      27,711.91
$98,735.09
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  1,275.00
Travelling expenses, etc  150.00
Fuel, water, light, power, etc  17,600.00
Janitors' supplies  750.00
Furniture and fixtures   2,000.00
Provisions and farm produce   20,800.00
Uniforms and clothing   6,500.00
Medical and surgical supplies  1,295.00
Carried forward  $149,105.09 $442,968.48     $165,924.26 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 91
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$153,927.16
212.50
5,075.00
$159,214.66
15,000.00
$144,214.66
$3,780.00
1,800.00
1,200.00
45,686.00
$52,466.00
2,439,32
$50,026.68
200.00
315.00
6,750.00
450.00
36,000.00
4,000.00
750.00
1,700.00
900.00
13,500.00
8,885.00
3,000.00
$126,476.68
5,000.00
$121,476.68
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
129. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
(c.) Neio Westminster—Continued.
Brought forward  $149,105.09 $442,968.4S     $165,924.26
Expenses—Continued.
Examinations, committals, and transportation        ■      212.50
Incidentals and contingencies        4,345.00
$153,662.59
Less receipts, estimated at        15,000.00
Total, New Westminster Hospital     138,662.59
(d.)  Colony Farm and Nursery.
Salaries:
Farm Manager        $3,780.00
Farm Superintendent 	
Assistant Farm Manager         LS00.00
Assistant Farm Superintendent	
Clerk         1,080.00
Stenographer 	
Sundry employees       40,251.00
$46,911.00
Less percentage reductions         2,858.94
$44,052.06
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  200.00
Travelling expenses, etc.   315.00
Fuel, light, water, etc        6,750.00
Maintenance of grounds   450.00
Feed for stock        29,000.00
Fertilizer and seed         3,500.00
Testing cows 	
Implements and harness, etc         1,000.00
Blacksmith's supplies   900.00
Cannery supplies and equipment       12,500.00
Incidentals and contingencies         7,500.00
Fuel, etc	
$100,167.06
Less receipts, estimated at        5,000.00
Total, Colony Farm and Nursery      101,167.06
Note.—Estimated value of supplies to Mental
Hospitals, $139,000.
Carried forward  $682,798.13     $165,924.26 X 92
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
129. Mental Hospitals—Continued.
Brought forward..
,798.13      $165,924.26
$2,700.00
1,200.00
53,686.00
(e.) Mental Home, Saanich (Golquitz).
Salaries:
Superintendent       $2,700.00
Visiting Physician         1,200.00
Sundry employees       52,894.00
$57,586.00
2,651.72
10,740.00
$56,794.00
Less percentage reductions..    $3,746.93
Less deductions for board..    10,740.00
$44,194.28
770.00
180.00
9,850.00
800.00
2,070.00
28,200.00
6,000.00
700.00
100.00
5,000.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc, 	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Fuel, water, light, and power	
Janitors' supplies	
Furniture and fixtures 	
Provisions and farm products 	
Uniforms and clothing 	
Medical and surgical supplies 	
Examinations, committals, and transportation   	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
14,486.93
$42,307.07
725.00
100.00
'7,050.00
800.00
1,900.00
26,850.00
6,500.00
700.00
140.00
4,500.00
$97,864.28
11,000.00
$91,572.07
Less receipts, estimated at       10,000.00
$86,864.28
$811,930.28
392,500.00
Total, Mental Home, Saanich  (Colquitz)       81,572.07
$764,370.20
Less payable by municipalities      300,000.00
$419,430.28
$2,000.00
960.00
18,814.00
130.
Total, Mental Hospitals, Vote No. 129	
Provincial Home, Kamloops.
Salaries:
Superintendent        $2,000.00
Matron    960.00
Sundry employees       18,643.00
$21,774.00
1,001.88
4,305.00
Less percentage reductions        $1,139.60
Less deductions for board         4,004.00
$21,603.00
5,143.60
464,370.20
$16,467.12
Carried forward     $16,459.40     $630,294.46 ESTIMATES   (1933-34)
X 93
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$16,467.12
270.00
9,000.00
900.00
15,000.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
500.00
500.00
1,200.00
$49,337.12
24,300.00
$25,037.12
(2)
$5,598.00
3,210.00
2,908.20
4,920.00
1,080.00
1,908.12
2,870.32
1,140.00
1,080.00
186,661.92
$211,376.56
10,394.81
67,538.56
$133,443.19
2,500.00
3,000.00
46,000.00
16,500.00
61,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
130. Provincial Home, Kamloops—Continued.
Brought forward  $16,459.40      $630,294.46
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  225.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  8,500.00
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds and
roads   1,275.00
Provisions, etc  14,000.00
Clothing, etc  2,500.00
Medical and surgical supplies   2,400.00
Transportation of inmates   300.00
Feed for live stock  500.00
Incidentals and contingencies   1,200.00
$47,359.40
Less receipts, estimated at       26,500.00
Total of Vote No. 130  20,859.40
131, Tubercular Hospital and Farm.
(a.)  Tranquille Sanatorium.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent       $5,598.00
Assistant Medical Superintendent        3,210.00
Assistant Physician        2,908.20
Two Assistant Physicians @ $2,460        4,920.00
Dentist  	
Laboratory Technician          1,908.12
Bursar          2,870.32
Book-keeper 	
Stenographer  (Clinical)          1,080.00
Sundry employees      183,716.08
$206,210.72
$262,443.19
Less percentage reductions.. $12,741.43
Less deductions for board....    66,156.72
 78,898.15
$127,312.57
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  2,000.00
Travelling expenses, transportation, etc. 2,250.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  46,000.00
Janitors'  supplies and  maintenance  of
grounds, etc  16,500.00
Provisions, etc  42,000.00
Carried forward  $236,062.57
$651,153.86 X 94
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Yfear
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$262,443.19
16,000.00
9,400.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
131. Tubercular Hospital and Farm—Continued.
(a.) Tranquille Sanatorium—Continued.
Brought forward  $236,062.57
Expenses—Continued.
Medical and surgical supplies       13,500.00
Incidentals and contingencies        6,650.00
$287,843.19
125,070.00
$162,773.19
$3,444.00
27,870.00
$31,314.00
1,479.28
10,149.00
$19,685.72
100.00
953.00
12,000.00
2,000.00
300.00
1,000.00
410.00
850.00
1,075.00
500.00
$38,873.72
2,500.00
3,373.72
$199,146.91
$651,153.86
Less receipts, estimated at
$256,212.57
135,000.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium   $121,212.57
(6.) Tranquille Sanatorium Farm.
Salaries:
Farm Manager        $3,444.00
Farm Superintendent 	
Sundry employees       27,310.00
$30,754.00
Less percentage reductions.... $1,654.14
Less deductions for board     9,909.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Feed for stock	
Janitors'  supplies  and maintenance  of
grounds, dams, fences, ditches, etc	
Drugs and veterinary supplies, etc	
Implements, harness, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Tractor expenses, etc	
Leased range 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less receipts, estimated at.... $5,500.00
Less estimated revenue from
beef-sales to Mental Hospitals      3,000.00
11,563.14
$19,190.86
50.00
953.00
10,000.00
1,500.00
150.00
800.00
410.00
850.00
1,485.00
500.00
$35,888.86
        8,500.00
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium Farm      27,388.86
Total, Tranquille Sanatorium and Farm, Vote No. 131
Note.—Estimated value of supplies to Sanatorium, $40,000.
148,601.43
Carried forward      $799,755.29 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 95
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,700.00
1,500.00
1,260.00
936.00
1,500.00
1,100.00
1,250.00
36,220.00
$46,466.00
2,208.34
10,416.00
$33,841.66
1,150.00
1,100.00
6,200.00
2,175.00
7,625.00
12,240.00
2,800.00
3,250.00
12,960.00
1,820.00
2,225.00
1,810.00
$89,196.66
13,200.00
$75,996.66
36,000.00
$39,996.66
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward       $799,755.29
132. Boy's' Industrial School.
Salaries:
Superintendent   $2,700.00
Assistant Superintendent  1,500.00
Matron    1,260.00
Stenographer and Book-keeper  900.00
Male School-teacher (Senior Teacher)   1,500.00
Junior School-teacher »  1,100.00
Junior    School-teacher,    Singing    Instructor,    and
Organist   1,250.00
Male School-teacher   1,200.00
Sundry employees   33,030.00
$44,440.00
Less percentage reductions   $2,889.84
Less deductions for board      9,060.00
      11,949.84
$32,490.16
Expenses:
Office and school supplies  1,475.00
Travelling and transportation, etc  900.00
Clothing, boots, etc  6,900.00
Janitors' supplies and maintenance of grounds, etc... 1,850.00
Fuel, light, water, etc  8,400.00
Provisions, etc  13,675.00
Medical, surgical, veterinary, and dental supplies .... 3,025.00
Laundry   3,500.00
Feed for stock  11,175.00
Purchase of poultry and live stock, etc  1,350.00
Vocational supplies   1,825.00
Incidentals and contingencies   1,560.00
$88,125.16
Less receipts, estimated at        9,000.00
$79,125.16
Less payable by municipalities at 80 cents per day
for municipal cases      25,024.00
$54,101.16
Less amount allowed for Doukhobors       18,673.20
Total of Vote No. 132  35,427.96
Carried forward      $835,183.25 X 96
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$3,600.00
3,000.00
1,500.00
3,120.00
1,380.00
1,260.00
1,200.00
960.00
1,200.00
1,080.00
1,020.00
960.00
900.00
900.00
780.00
$22,860.00
1,257.00
$21,603.00
15,000.00
$36,603.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
1,800.00
100,000.00
50,000.00
16,250.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
250.00
250.00
250.00
$216,403.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward       $835,183.25
133.
Welfare Branch  (including Administration of
and Mothers' Pensions Branch).
Salaries:
Superintendent of Welfare and Neglected Children
Deputy Superintendent of Neglected Children 	
Chief Clerk 	
Two Visitors @ $1,560 	
Visitor  *	
Visitor 	
Visitor 	
Visitor 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk 	
Stenographer  :	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Stenographer 	
Less percentage reductions
Infants Act "
$3,600.00
3,000.00
1,500.00
3,120.00
1,380.00
1,260.00
Supervision of charitable grants
1,200.00
960.00
960.00
900.00
900.00
780.00
780.00
780.00
$21,120.00
1,736.54
$19,383.46
14,000.00
$33,383.46
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
In aid of destitute poor and sick, etc	
Grants and contributions to Home and
Aid Societies:
Children's Aid Societies     $55,000,00
Children in private homes       16,250,00
3,
5:
1,
100,
000.00
000.00
800.00
000.00
Alexandra Orphanage 	
Loyal Protestant Home 	
St. Anne's Boys' School 	
Monastery of Our Lady of Charity
St. Anne's Convent 	
1,000.00
500.00
200.00
200.00
200.00
73,350.00
Total of Vote No. 133   $216,533.46
Carried forward  $216,533.46     $835,183,25 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 97
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$850,000.00
378,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY— Continued.
133. Welfare Branch  (including Administration of "Infants Act"
and Mothers' Pensions Branch)—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $216,533.46     $835,183.25
Statutory.
Mothers' pensions   $615,000.00
Less chargeable to municipalities      240,000.00
$472,000.00
375,000.00
$688,403.00
Total, Welfare Branch .
134. Doukhobor Children (Maintenance).
$2,880.00
1,440.00
960.00
36.344.00
$41,624.00
1,812.04
14,700.00
$25,111.96
600.00
100.00
500.00
5,800.00
1,000.00
27,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
6,750.00
2,500.00
$76,361.96
65,013.00
$11,348.96
135. Provincial Home for Incurables.
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent   $1,250.00
Matron     1,440.00
Bursar  960.00
Clerk  	
Sundry employees   35,648.00
Less percentage reductions        $1,634.32
Less deductions for board        13,380.00
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
Transportation of patients ....
Fuel, light, water, etc	
Janitors' supplies 	
Provisions, etc	
Clothing, boots, etc	
Medical and surgical supplies
Dentistry  	
Laundry  	
Incidentals and contingencies
Less receipts, estimated at
$39,298.00
15,014.32
$24,283.68
450.00
100.00
500.00
400.00
900.00
000.00
400.00
500.00
600.00
000.00
170.00
$70,303.68
63,479.00
Total of Vote No. 135
591,533.46
40,000.00
6,824.68
Carried forward    $1,473,541.39 X 98.
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$3,600.00
2,100.00
1,140.00
900.00
300.00
$8,040.00
558.60
$7,481.40
450.00
450.00
600.00
$8,981.40
200.00
5,781.40
1,800.00
$10,581.40
$3,600.00
1,900.00
1,080.00
1,320.00
840.00
540.00
900.00
780.00
100.00
$11,060.00
690.64
$10,369.36
600.00
250.00
$11,219.36
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought, forward    $1,473,541.39
136. Civil Service Commission.
Salaries:
Civil Service Commissioner and Departmental Commissioner     $3,600.00
Clerk (Chief)   ,  2,100.00
Clerk-Stenographer (3rd Class)    1,140.00
Clerk-Stenographer (2nd Class)    900.00
Temporary assistance   50.00
$7,790.00
Less percentage reductions   788.70
$7,001.30
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  200.00
Travelling expenses, etc  350.00
Examinations, advertising, etc        1,000.00
$8,551.30
Less examination fees        1,000.00
$7,551.30
Grants re Civil Service:
Gratuities under sec. 46, " Civil Service Act "         1,500.00
Total of Vote No. 136   9,051.30
137. Administration of " Superannuation Act " and " Teachers'
Pensions Act."
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner   $3,000.00
Chief Clerk and Accountant  1,900.00
Senior Superannuation Clerk   1,080.00
Clerk ("Teachers' Pensions Act")  1,320.00
Clerk-Stenographer  ("Teachers' Pensions Act ")  840.00
Clerk   600.00
Junior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Temporary assistance   100.00
$11,120.00
Less percentage reductions   929.50
$10,190.50
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc         1,600.00
Travelling expenses, etc -.  200.00
Carried forward     $11,990.50   $1,482,592.69 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 99
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$11,219.36
9,000.00
23,000.00
$43,219.36
1,500.00
$44,719.36
$3,540.00
2,220.00
1,840.00
1,212.00
1,176.00
930.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
540.00
1,572.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
1,620.00
840.00
780.00
95,000.00
1,500.00
$117,690.00
1,099.52
$116,590.48
103,500.00
$220,090.48
220,080.48
$10.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
137. Administration of " Superannuation Act " and " Teachers'
Pensions Act "—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $11,990.50   $1,482,592.69
Grants:
Retiring allowances   9,540.00
Superannuation  (old allowances)  20,000.00
Total of Vote No. 137  41,530.50
Statutory:
" Superannuation Act, 1921," sec. 23, administration      	
13S. King's Printer.
Salaries:
King's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery
Superintendent of Stationery	
Chief Clerk and Accountant 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Stenographer 	
$3:
2,
1,
1;
l.
Stenographer 	
Junior Clerk 	
Junior Clerk 	
Messenger   	
Stationery Clerk 	
Stationery Clerk 	
Stationery Clerk 	
Paper Stockman 	
Multigrapher 	
Assistant Multigrapher
Sundry employees 	
Temporary assistance ..
,540.00
220.00
,840.00
.212.00
176.00
930.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
600.00
83
572.00
200.00
200.00
620.00
S40.00
780.00
280.00
500.00
Less percentage reductions
$105,030.00
1,639.46
$103,390.54
"1
Expenses:
'Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc	
- Printing-paper, stationery, supplies, etc \     90,500.00
New machinery, type, maintenance of plant, repairs, etc	
$193,890.54
Less   chargeable   to   King's   Printer    Operating-
Account        193,880.54
Total of Vote No. 138
10.00
Carried fonvard    $1,524,133.19 X 100
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$2,520.00
2,100.00
1,092.00
$5,712.00
367.08
$5,344.92
1,250.00
$6,594.92
$820,000.00
7,500.00
1,000.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
$21,500.00
$18,600.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
3,100.00
250.00
1,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward    $1,524,133.19
139.
Government House.
Salaries:
Private Secretary	
Assistant Secretary 	
Secretarial Stenographer
$41,350.00
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc.
140.
141.
Total of Vote No. 139
Statutory Grants to Hospitals	
Inspection of Hospitals 	
Special Grants to Hospitals :
Atlin	
Columbia Coast Mission 	
Vancouver (General)  	
Solarium	
Contingencies   	
Total of Vote No. 141
142.
143.
144.
In Aid of Resident Physicians 	
Burial of Indigent Persons 	
Grants to Charitable Associations, etc.:
Canadian Red Cross Society, B.C. Division
Central City Mission	
Crippled Children Hospital 	
Grace Hospital 	
Industries for Blind Adults	
Saanich Health Centre	
Salvation Army Maternity Home 	
V.O.N., Vancouver 	
V.O.N., Victoria 	
VON:, Burnaby 	
V.O.N., North Vancouver .- '.
V.O.N., Oliver, Okanagan Falls, Osoyoos
Canadian Red Cross Society, New Westminster 	
V.O.N.. for extras 	
Y.W.C.A., New Westminster
Y.W.C.A., Vancouver 	
$1,120.00
400.00
240.00
160.00
80.00
160.00
$3,370.00
2,100.00
$5,470.00
656.21
$4,813.79
1.000.00
$800.00
1,500.00
2,700.00
5,000.00
$800.00
1,000.00
800.00
4,000.00
25,000.00
1,500.00
2.160.00
200.00
800.00
5,813.79
555.000.00
10.000.00
17,000.00
5,000.00
Carried forward..
$36,280.00   $2,116,946.98 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 101
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$41,350.00
500.00
1,700.00
1.000.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued.
Brought forward     $36,260.00   $2,116,946.98
144.
Grants to Charitable Associations, etc.—Continued.
Y.W.C.A., Victoria 	
W.C.T.U., Victoria 	
Contingencies   	
400.00
1,360.00
$44,550.00
$12,000.00
145
146
100.000.00
10,000.00
147
S,000.00
148
25,000.00
149
150
200.000.00
151
14,250.00
Total of Vote No. 144
Registration of Voters	
Assessment on Class 13 (The Crown), " Workmen's Compensation
Act" 	
Grant to Canteen Fund Trustees 	
Contingencies, Incidentals, and Entertainments	
Grant to Teachers' Pensions Fund	
" Superannuation Act "—Government contributions to Superannuation Fund	
Grant to Greater Vancouver Water District re installing New
Water-mains to Essondale and Boys' Industrial School Area	
38,020.00
10,000.00
40,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
200,000.00
11,250.00
$2,936,2S0.21
To be voted    $2,456,216.98
Statutory.
"Provincial Elections Act,"  Sec. 184   (1)—Expenses of General
Election        155,000.00
$2,936,280.21
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary    $2,611,216.98
152.
$7,500.00
2,160.00
1.140.00
$10,800.00
1,096.80
$9,703.20
450.00
2.250.00
$12,403.20
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Minister's Office.
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works        $7,500.00
Secretary          2,160.00
Stenographer         1,140.00
$10,800.00
Less percentage reductions          1,776.78
$9,023.22
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc  350.00
Travelling expenses, etc         1,900.00
Total of Vote No. 152 	
Carried fonvard	
$11,273.22
$11,273.22 X 102
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$5,240.00
4,040.00
1,260.00
3,060.00
2,320.00
2,200.00
1,788.00
1,620.00
1,380.00
900.00
930.00
900.00
780.00
780.00
780.00
3,660.00
2,700.00
2,340.00
1,800.00
1,092.00
3,660.00
3,420.00
2,760.00
2,100.00
780.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
1,380.00
780.00
780.00
$61,130.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Brought forward         $11,273.22
153. Administration.
Salaries:
Chief Engineer        $5,240.00
Assistant Chief Engineer         4,040.00
Secretary to Chief Engineer          1,260.00
Accounting Department.
Chief Accountant  3,060.00
Assistant Accountant   2,320.00
Clerk   2,200.00
Clerk   1,788.00
Clerk   1,620.00
Clerk  1,380.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Clerk-Stenographer   900.00
Clerk   930.00
Clerk   900.00
Stenographer   780.00
Machine Operator   7S0.00
Junior Clerk   780.00
Architect's Department.
Chief Architect         3,660.00
Assistant Chief Architect          2,700.00
Architect  	
Inventory Clerk          1,800.00
Stenographer          1,092.00
Bridge Department.
Bridge Engineer     .    3,660.00
Inspector        3,420.00
Designing  Engineer            2,760.00
Principal Draughtsman 	
Stenographer   780.00
Draughting Department.
Assistant Designing Engineer 	
Assistant Engineer          2,000.00
Junior Assistant Engineer	
Draughtsman            1,920.00
Draughtsman   	
Draughtsman   (Junior)   	
Junior Clerk  '.  780.00
Stenographer   780.00
Carried forward     $54,230.00       $11,273.22 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 103
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$61,130.00
2,760.00
1,800.00
1,500.00
840.00
2,320.00
(2)
.(2)
(9)
1,080.00
1,320.00
1,080.00
420.00
1,140.00
4,500.00
17,100.00
3,360.00
9,720.00
6,000.00
2,760.00
14,580.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
1,044.00
960.00
1,080.00
900.00
840.00
780.00
7,000.00
$148,714.00
9,445.64
$139,268.36
5,500.00
13.950.00
$158,718.36
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
153. Administration—Continued.
Brought forward     $54,230.00       $11,273.22
Salaries—Continued.
Equipment Department.
Mechanical Superintendent  2,760.00
Accountant     1,800.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Stenographer   840.00
General Office.
Chief Clerk  2,320.00
Clerk   1,800.00
Filing Clerk   1,080.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $660  1,320.00
Two Junior Clerks @ $600   1,200.00
Messenger   	
Stenographer  1,140.00
Temporary Assistance, Headquarters.
Temporary assistance         4,000.00
District Offices.
Five Engineers @ $3,420   17,100.00
Engineer  3,360.00
Three Engineers @ $3,240   9,720.00
Two Engineers @ $3,000   6,000.00
Engineer (Surfacing) 	
Eight Clerks @ $1,620   12,960.00
Clerk   1,500.00
Clerk-Stenographer   1,200.00
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer   960.00
Stenographer   1,080.00
Stenographer  900.00
Stenographer  840.00
Stenographer  780.00
Temporary assistance  5,000.00
$135,390.00
Less percentage reductions        12,622.55
$122,767.45
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc., Headquarters        4,500.00
Office supplies, etc., District Offices      12,950.00
Carried forward  $140,217,45        $11,273.22 X 104
ESTIMATES   (1933-34)
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$158,718.36
9,900.00
15,500.00
2,000.00
$186,118.36
$1,620.00
2,140.00
1,720.00
1,200.00
$5,060.00
10,000.00
800.00
$15,860.00
4,000.00
$11,860.00
283.80
$11,576.20
$2,220.00
1,800.00
1,900.00
1,900.00
1,660.00
1,740.00
1,820.00
1,350.00
$3,170.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
153. Administration—Continued.
Brough t fonvard  $140,217.45        $11,273.22
Expenses—Continued.
Travelling expenses, etc., Headquarters   8,900.00
Travelling expenses, etc., District Offices   14,500.00
Printing annual report, publicity, etc  1,000.00
Total of Vote No. 153         164,617.45
154. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds.
Salaries:
Telegraph Operator        $1,620.00
Heating Plant.
Engineer       $2,140.00
Assistant Engineer         1,720.00
Fireman         1,200.00
$5,060.00
Expenses:
Fuel, etc        8,300.00
Supplies, etc  800.00 :
$14,160.00
Less   chargeable   to   King's   Printer
Building          3,000.00
$11,160.00
Less percentage reductions   454.20
Total,   Salaries   and   Expenses,   Heating
Plant      10,705.80
Salaries:
Mechanical Staff.
Foreman of Works  2,220.00
Head Carpenter   1,800.00
Chief Electrician  1,900.00
Plumber   1,900.00
Painter   1,660.00
Garage.
Chauffeur         1,740.00
Janitors, Watchmen, and Ushers.
Chief Janitor        $1,820.00
Day Foreman         1,290.00
Carried fonvard      $3,110.00    $23,545.80      $175,890.67 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 105
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Y'ear
1933-34.
154.
$3,170.00
1,320.00
(21) 26,460.00
(3)   3,600.00
(2)   2,520.00
(1)   1,200.00
(.1)    1,140.00
540.00
$39,950.00
1,260.00
$38,690.00
2.500.00
1,660.00
1,470.00
$68,736.20
11,034.10
$57,702.10
8.500.00
10,000.00
17,000.00
6,503.18
2,750.00
15,000.00
$117,455.2S
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued.
Brought fonvard       $3,110.00    $23,545.80     $175,890.67
Salaries—Continued.
Janitors, Watchmen, and Ushers—Continued.
Janitor    1,260.00
Eighteen Janitors @ $1,200  21,600.00
 Janitors @ $1,200	
Six Janitors @ $1,140  6,840.00
Watchman   1,260.00
Two Watchmen @ $1,140   2,280.00
Usher   1,140.00
Assistant Usher   600.00
$38,090.00
Less   chargeable   to   King's   Printer
Building  :         1,140.00
36,950.00
Temporary Assistance.
Temporary assistance (Janitors, etc.)         2,000.00
Grounds.
Head Gardener  '.        1,660.00
Assistant Gardener         1,470.00
$65,625.80
Less percentage reductions        $3,271.06
Less part-time reductions 	
3,271.06
$62,354.74
Expenses:
Furniture (with typewriters, adding-machines, etc.)        6,000.00
Power, light, and water         9,700.00
Repairs (material, wages, etc.)      $18,140.00
Less percentage reductions         1,237.20
16,902.80
Gardeners' wages, supplies, etc      $8,140.00
Less percentage reductions   285.60
7,854.40
Janitors' supplies, etc        2,250.00
Telephones       14,700.00
Carried forward  $119,761.94     $175,890.67 X 106
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
^°'t°f                                                 SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
154.
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds—Continued-
$117,455.28
Brought fonvard  $119,761.94
Expenses—Continued-
$175,S90.67
750.00
Taxes            750.00
3,000.00
Garage—wages, repairs, supplies, etc         1,500.00
1,000.00
Miscellaneous             	
$122,205.28
Total of Vote No. 154	
122,011.94
155.
Government House  (Maintenance).
Salaries:
$1,320.00
Head Gardener       $1,320.00
840.00
Housekeeper             840.00
$2,160.00
$2,160.00
99.60
Less percentage reductions            113.20
$2,060.40
$2,046.80
Expenses:
4,000.00
Fuel, light, water, etc         3,500.00
3,000.00
Repairs (material, wages, etc.)         2,400.00
2,000.00
9,965.20
Furniture and supplies         1,250.00
Grounds, gardeners' wages, supplies, etc.    $10,248.40
Less percentage reductions              331.20
9,917.20
200.00
Taxes              200.00
. Secretary's   house-rent,   fuel,   etc.    (transferred   to
750.00
Provincial Secretary's Department)  	
1,000.00
156.
Miscellaneous              750.00
$22,975.60
Total of Vote No. 155 	
Roads, Bridges. Ferries, Wharves, etc $1,325,800.00
20,064.00
$2,008,000.00
52,000.00
157.
158.
159.
Less estimated receipts          60,800.00
$1,956,000.00
Total of Vote No. 156	
Subsidy for Operation of Ladner-Woodward Ferry 	
Local Highways within Municipal Limits 	
1,265,000.00
$5,000.00
$1,500.00
5.000.00
Matsqui Dyking District—Grant re River-bank Protection
1.400.00
Richmond District—River-bank Protection     	
1.000.00
Carried forward	
$1,590,366.61 ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
X 107
Estimated'
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS—Continued.
Brought fonvard	
$1,590,366.61
$99,549.00
21,644.79
160.
Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings and
Rental of Offices (except Parliament Buildings
and Government House).
Salaries:
Sundry employees      $99,203.00
Iiess percentage reductions        $8,833.33
Less part-time reductions          8,833.33
$77,904.21
60,164.81
23,450.00
1,000.00
10,500.00
8,000.00
4,500.00
2,400.00
1,604.00
$90,309.67
Expenses:
Repairs, etc      45,975.00
$189,523.02
161.
Rental of offices, etc	
Taxes   	
Furniture,    fixtures,    etc.    (including    typewriters,
adding-machines, etc.)   	
Fuel, light, and water	
Telephones 	
Grounds (Gardeners' supplies, etc.) 	
Grounds   (roadways)   	
Total of Vote No. 160 	
Steam-boiler Inspection.
23,400.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
7,950.00
4,500.00
2.100.00
1,350.00
185,644.67
$30,263.00
27,500.00
Salaries and expenses      $30,000.00
Less estimated receipts       27,500.00
i,763.00
$13,747.00
162.                                        Electrical Energy Inspection.
Salaries and expenses	
2,500.00
12,750.00
i,512,235.46
Total, Department of Public AVorks     $1,791,261.28
163.
$4,560.00
2,000.00
930.00
228.00
100.00
$7,818.00
735.80
$7,082.20
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS.
General Office.
Salaries:
Victoria Office.
Deputy Minister and Chief Engineer   $790.00
Draughtsman     2,000.00
Stenographer   930.00
Secretary to Minister   228.00
Temporary assistance  100.00
$4,048.00
Less percentage reductions   447.76
$3,600.24
Carried fonvard      $3,600.24 X 108
ESTIMATES  (1933-34).
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$4,080.00
2,880.00
2,760.00
1,320.00
100.00
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS—Continued.
163. General Office—Continued,.
Brought fonvard       $3,600.24
Salaries—Con tinned.
Vancouver Office.
Chief   Inspector   of   Rolling-stock   and
Equipment       $4,080.00
Assistant Inspector 	
Assistant Inspector (6 months)
Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
$11,140.00
828.00
$10,312.00
$17,394.20
1,260.00
2,700.00
$21,354.20
$16,800.00
1,048.80
Less percentage reductions
Expenses:
Office supplies, etc	
Travelling expenses, etc.
2,880.00
1,380.00
1,320.00
100.00
$9,760.00
1,083.50
$900.00
2,400.00
8,676.50
$12,276.74
3,300.00
Total of Vote No. 163
164.
Fraser River Bridge, New Westminster.
Salaries     $16,800.00
Less percentage reductions          1,779.80
$15,751.20
2,000.00
19,350.00
7,600.00
25,000.00
$69,701.20
$91,055.40
Temporary assistance 	
Maintenance and repairs 	
Renewing highway deck 	
Miscellaneous, renewing trestle timber and sidewalk-
Total of Vote No. 164	
Total, Department of Railways
$15,020.20
1,000.00
15,810.00
17,800.00
$15,576.74
49,630.20
85,206.94 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 109
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
CAPITAI
ACCOUNT.
(Expenditures
out of Income.)
165. Sinking
Funds:
•
Due Date of
Payment.
Loan Act:
Debenture
Series.
Amount of
Issue.
Maturity           Amount of
Date of Issue. Appropriation.
$133,114.00
1914
April   1,1933,
$7,275,000.00
April
1,1941
$133,114.00
60,945.00
1916
" DH "
June 15,1933,
2,000,000.00
June
15,1941
60,945.00
91,777.00
1916
"Y"
July    2,1933,
3,000,000.00
July
2,1939
91,777.00
6,009.00
1917
" 11 "
April   1, 1933,
200,000.00
April
1,1938
•     6,009.00
9,291.00
1917
" Tl "
May  16,1933,
300,000.00
May
16,1939
9,291.00
3,199.00
1917
" Ml "
Nov.    1,1933,
100,000.00
Nov.
1,1938
3,199.00
3,268.00
1917
" 01 "
Dec.    1,1933,
100,000.00
Dec.
1.1938
3,268.00
10,192.00
1917
" Gl "
Dec.     1,1933,
300,000.00
Dec.
1,1937
10,192.00
3,268.00
1917
" PI"
Dec.     1, 1933,
100,000.00
Dec.
1,193S
3,268.00
95,729.00
1918
"S"
Mar.    5,1934,
3.000,000.00
Mar.
5,1939
95,729.00
33,126.00
1918
" DI "
June 15,1933,
1,000,000.00
June
15,1941
33,126.00
16,494.00
1919
" DR "
Oct.   26,1933,
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
16,494.00
16,419.00
1920
"DS"
Oct.   26,1933,
500,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
16,419.00
33,110.00
1921
" DT "
Oct.   26,1933,
1,000,000.00
Oct.
26,1941
33,110.00
34,887.00
1921 (S.S.)
" DX "
Jan.   15,1934,
1,500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
34,887.00
8,982.00
1921 (S.S.)
" EB "
June 25,1933,
400,000.00
June
25,1948
8,982.00
2,401.00
1921 (S.S.)
" ET "
April 25,1933,
100,000.00
April
25,1954
2,401.00
11,674.00
1922
" DY "
Jan.   15,1934,
500,000.00
Jan.
15,1948
11,674.00
22,202.00
1922
" ED "
June 25, 1933,
700,000.00
June
25,1943
22,202.00
3,082.00
1922
" FH "
Nov.    1,1933,
188,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
3,082.00
11,556.00
1923
" FC "
Sept. 25,1933,
705,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
11,556.00
21,975.00
1924
"EQ"
July    2,1933,
1,000,000.00
July
2,1950
21,975.00
5,442.00
1924
" Fl "
Nov.    1,1933,
332,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
5,442.00
4,508.00
1925
" FD "
Sept. 25,1933,
275,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
4,508.00
984.00
1925
" FJ "
Nov.    1,1933,
00,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
984.00
2S.276.00
1927
" FE "
Sept. 25,1933.
1,725,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
28,276.00
738.00
1927
" FB "
Sept. 25,1933,
45,000.00
Sept.
25,1957
738.00
1,803.00
1927
" FK "
Nov.    1, 1933,
110,000.00
Nov.
1,1957
1,803.00
17,830.00
1927
" FL "
Dec.    1,1933,
1,000,000.00
Dec.
1,1957
17,830.00
44,878.00
1927
" FM "
Oct.     1,1933,
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1957
44,878.00
Dyking Debentures Act,
.7897:
9,508.00
July    1,1933,
445,000.00
July
1,1937
9,508.00
1
Better Housing Act, 1919:
9,912.00
" DJ "
June 30,1933,
340,000.00
June
30,1941
9,912.00
39,622.00
" DD "
Dec.  31,1933,
1,361,500.00
Dec.
31,1940
39,622.00
Department of Industries Act, 1910:
32,290.00
" DN "
Aug. 15,1933,
1,000,000.00
Aug.
15,1941
32,290.00
B.C. Highway Loan Act
1020:
46,816.00
" DQ "
Oct.     1,1933,
2,000,000.00
Oct.
1,1946
46,816.00
13,520.00
" EA "
June 25,1933,
600,000.00
June
25,1948
13,520.00
22,499.00
" EE "
Carriec
Jan.   25,1934,
1,000,000.00
Jan.
25,1949
22,499.00
$911,326.00
$911,326.00 X 110
ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
1
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out
of Income) —
Oontimied.
105.
Sinking Funds—Continued.
Debenture          Due Date of
Amount of
Maturity
Amount of
Series.                Payment.
Issue.
Date of Issue.  Appropriation.
$911,326.00
B.C.
Brought fonvard	
University Loan Act, 1920:
$911,326.00
9,498.00
" EC "         June 25,1933
$300,000.00
June  25,1943
9,498.00
22,410.00
" EH "        July  12, 1933,
1,000,000.00
July   12,1949
22,410.00
4,098.00
" FA "        Sept. 25,1933,
250,000.00
Sept. 25,1957
4,098.00
P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921:
32,196.00
"DM"       Aug. 15,1933,
1,000,000.00
Aug.   15,1941
32,196.00
Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1922:
22,499.00
"EF"        Jan.   25,1934,
1,000,000.00
Jan.   25,1949
22,499.00
45,986.00
" EG "        July  12, 1933,
2,042,300.00
July   12,1949
45,986.00
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 102k:
88,461.00
"EU"        Jan.   15,1934,
4,000,000.00
Jan.   15,1951
88,461.00
89,756.00
" FN"        Oct.     1,1933,
4,000,000.00
Oct.      1,1953
89,756.00
67,526.00
" FO "         Jan.   23, 1934,
6,417,000.00
Jan.   23,1969
67,526.00
97,393.00
" FP "        April 25, 1933,
4,056,000.00
April 25,1954
97,393.00
48,024.00
" FQ "        April 25,1933,
2,000,000.00
April 25,1954
48,024.00
24,012.00
" FR "        April 25, 1933,
1,000,000.00
April 25, 1954
24,012.00
69,635.00
" FS "        April 25, 1933,
2,900,000.00
April 25,1954
69,635.00
54,141.00
" FU "        Sept. 24,1933,
3,036,500.00
Sept. 24,1959
54,141.00
76,910.00
" FV "        April   2,1933,
3,203,000.00
April   2,1955
76,910.00
Con
" GB "         Feb.   15,1934,
Inscribed Stock     May    1,1933,
wlidated Issues:
5,000,000.00
7,275,000.00
Feb.   15,1947
May     1,1957-
232,000.00
61   90,938.00
"EM"        July   12,1933,
2,000,000.00
July   12,1939
apportioned as follows :—
"Loan  Act. 1917" on SI45.000
      $6,812.40
"P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1920," on $25,500            1,198.05
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $448,000....    21,048.16
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1920,'
on $150,000
       7,047.38
" Loan Act, 1921," on $S00,000
     37,586.00
"Loan Act, 1921  (S.S.)," on $250,
" Loan Act, 1923," on $181,500
000	
     11,745.63
       8,527.32
93,965.00
93,965.00
" FG "        Nov.    1,1933,
310,000.00
Nov.     1,1942
apportioned as follows :—■
"Loan   Act. 1921." on $47.000	
     $2,261 00
" P.G.E. Construction Loan Act, 1921," on $263,000         12,655.00
14,916.00
14,916.00
325,930.75
Pacific Great Eastern Guaranteed
Total of Vote No. 165
Carried forward	
Stock	
325,930.75
$2,098,682.75
$2,421,620.75
$2,421,620.75 ESTIMATES   (1933-34).
X 111
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1933-34.
$352,000.00
$907,200.00
$9,700.00
$3,367,582.75
CAPITAL ACCOUNT—Continued.
(Expenditures out of Income)—Continued.
Brought forward    $2,421,620.75
166. Redemption of Debentures :—
On June 29th, 1933—
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)," Series EV... $35,000.00
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series EV  175,000.00
On April 1st, 1933—
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series FY  142,000.00
Total, Redemption of Debentures, Vote No. 166         352,000.00
167. Pacific  Great Eastern Railway  Company—Interest on  Guaran
teed Bonds due July 15th, 1933, and January 15th, 1934       907,200.00
168. British Columbia House, London, Eng.—Instalment on Mortgage ' 9,700.00
169. " Soldiers' Land Act, 1918 "—Houses, South Vancouver  750.00
.   •      Total, Capital Expenditure (out of Income)  $3,691,270.75  1932-1933
SDPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OE EXPENDITURE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 3 1st, 1933
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants, Fiscal
Year 1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
$15,953.32
15,879.80
5,500.00
9,063.20
1,250.00
3,840.40
7,155.00
7,323.00
590,512.00
12,880.00
89,594.00
11,583.60
34,172.16
33,121.40
3,000.00
2,000.00
PREMIER'S OFFICE.
3. Travelling expenses, etc  $1,500.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
8. Horticultural Branch—Office supplies, travelling expenses, etc  $300.00
12. Control of Foul-brood, Diseases, etc  250.00
16. Field Crop Branch—Salaries  1,026.00
28. Seed Improvement, etc  1,000.00
37. Soil Classification—Labour, supplies, etc  250.00
2,826.00
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
42(6). Insurance Office—Expenses   $200.00
42 (c).  Security Frauds Prevention Office—Investigations 6,000.00
51. Provincial Police—Salaries and expenses  50,000.00
52 (a). Nelson Gaol—Salaries and expenses   15,000.00
52 (b). Oakalla Prison Farm—Salaries and expenses   25,000.00
60 (a). Reimbursement to Sundry Estates of Moneys misappropriated by Former Official Administrator,
Vernon  8,000.00
104,200.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
84. Minister's Office—Office supplies, etc  $500.00
85. General Office—Salaries and expenses  .,  1,000.00
91. Postal Branch—Stamps   1,500.00
96. Incidentals and Contingencies  2,000.00
101a. Purchase of Launch for Assessors          0,500.00
101b. City of Prince Rupert—Grant in lieu of local improvement taxes         4,945.25
16,445.25
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS.
121. Lithograph Maps        $4,000.00
125 (a). Commission on Sale of Reverted Lands in Peace
River District   404.18
125 (b). Refund of Portion of Deposit paid on Purchase
of Lot 364,  Southern Okanagan Project, to be
applied on Purchase Price of Lot 178, acquired
by Purchaser in lieu of Lot 364  125.00
Carried forward      $4,529.18     $124,971.25 X 114
ESTIMATES  (1932-33).
Main
Estimates and
Special Warrants, Fiscal
Year 1932-33.
No. of
Vote.
SERVICE.
Fiscal Year
1932-33.
688,403.00
5,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS—Continued.
Brought fonvard      $4,529.18
125 (c). Refund of Deposit paid in respect of certain Lots
acquired in Southern Okanagan Project, to be
applied pursuant to an Adjustment arranged
with the Purchaser whereby certain Lots were
relinquished and others retained by the Purchaser          7,590.80
DEPARTMENT  OF THE  PROVINCIAL  SECRETARY.
148. Welfare Branch (in Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick)    $25,000.00
158. Burial of Indigent Persons         2,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
171 (6). Arrowhead-Beaton Ferry Subsidy, June-July, 1932      $1,166.66
171 (c). Dewdney   Dyking    Commission—Grant   towards
pumping charges         2,500.00
$124,971.25
12,119.98
27,000.00
3,666.66
$167,757.89 1931-1932
SCHEDULE A.
SUMS GRANTED TO HIS MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31st, 1932, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURES.
SERVICE. Amount.
Premier's Office:
Premier's Office   $133.43
Department of Agriculture :
Seed Improvement, etc  989.83
Control of Noxious Weeds, etc  3.97
Department of the Attorney-General :
Administration of Justice   3,197.05
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs  686.31
Department of Education :
Correspondence Courses   3,403.03
Department of Finance :
General Office   1,724.05
Inspector of Trust Companies, Probate and Succession Duties  280.15
Agent-General's Office, etc., London, England  4,911.53
Printing Public Accounts, etc  4.84
Incidentals and Contingencies  4.61
Department of Labour:
Employment Service  549.63
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Provincial Library and Archives  2.24
Administration of " Infants Act"   62.23
In Aid of Destitute Poor and Sick   9,136.33
Burial of Indigent Persons   69.27
Department of Public Works :
Steam-boiler Inspection  3,386.09
Total  ,  $28,544.59
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Trinted by Charles F. Banfielu, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933. 

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