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 EEPOET
OF  THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF  THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR 193334
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1934. To His Honour John William Foedham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department for the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1934, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
f. m. macpherson,
Minister of PubMe Works.
Office of Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
December 1st, 198$. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 20th, 1934.
Hon. F. M. MacPherson,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the following report on the activities of this Department
for the fiscal year 1933-34. During the period under review, the position of Chief Engineer was
held by my predecessor, Mr. P. Philip.
UNEMPLOYMENT.
Details of the measures taken and agreements entered into for the relief of unemployment
are given in the Report of the Department of Labour for the year ended December 31st, 1933.
There was very little change in economic conditions generally and the provision of work for
the unemployed continued to be a major activity. During the year the administration of Unemployment Relief was transferred to the Department of Labour, under the direction of an
" Administrator of Unemployment Relief." The Chief Accountant of the Public Works Department, however, was also appointed as Chief Accountant to the Unemployment Relief Branch of
the Department of Labour, and the volume of work carried out by his Department has, therefore,
continued to be above normal.
DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE PROJECTS.
An "important change took place with regard to the operation of Unemployment Relief Camps
for Single Homeless Men. By agreement with the Dominion Government, dated May 1st, 1933,
the Federal authorities undertook the responsibility of caring for homeless men considered
physically fit to work in camps on highway and other projects. The terms of the agreement
provided that the Province should hand over the existing relief camps, as required, including
camp equipment therein, and provide the necessary camp-sites; the Province also supplied
and kept in repair such machinery and- equipment as was needed and available for the various
projects, and also agreed to provide the necessary highway rights-of-way. Operators of machinery
and equipment were provided by the Province, which also agreed to pay the cost of extra allowances for " key-men " considered necessary in order that construction-work could proceed safely
and to. best advantage. Location and relocation surveys, where required, were also carried out
at the expense of the Province.
The actual administration of the camps and the direction of the work was in the hands of
the Department of National Defence. Commencing about June 1st, 1933, the camps were progressively handed over to the Military authorities and work was commenced on selected and approved
highway projects. Prior to this time the camps had been on a subsistence basis since November
1st, 1932, under the direction of the Board of Administration for Single Men, known as the
" Fordham Commission " ; no highway-work had been carried out from the camps during this
period. The work of handing over to the Department of National Defence, including making
inventories of all stores and equipment, proceeded expeditiously.
While the direction of the work on these highway projects is in the hands of the Department
of National Defence, the Department of Public Works, through its engineers, retains control of
the engineering features, and the work is frequently inspected by engineers of this Department.
Elsewhere in this report will be found a tabulation setting out details of the various projects,
the type of work, its location, and the date commenced.
Number of Men in Camps.—On September 1st, 1933, the number of men in all relief camps
in British Columbia was 4,147 ; the peak was reached on January 31st, 1934, the total being 7,783. O 4 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS.
Details of the amounts expended are given in the financial section of this report; the total
amount expended from highway funds for maintenance and minor betterments under the heading
of " Roads, Bridges, and Ferries " was $1,172,119.03; in addition, however, a certain amount
of Direct Relief Labour was available, some of which was utilized, where convenient and
economical, for maintenance-work. Notwithstanding the fact that this additional labour was
available, the funds provided were insufficient, being only 55 per cent, of the average annual
amount provided during the previous ten years. It is hardly necessary to stress the fact that,
during this period, the use of the roads has steadily increased, and that traffic has increased in
volume, weight, and speed. I would, however, reiterate the warning contained in the report of
my predecessor for the year 1932-33, which draws attention to the substantial loss and discomfort,
as well as danger, which would probably result from continued lack of sufficient funds for
maintenance of highways and bridges.
It is becoming increasingly apparent that the time has come when the question of surface
betterment of trunk and main highways should be given earnest consideration. The summer of
1934 was marked by a series of bitter complaints as to the rough and dusty condition of our
highways in the Interior ; probably the condition of these roads was actually much superior to
their condition a few years ago, and the reason for complaint is probably due in some measure
to the fact that the modern automobile is designed to travel at a fast rate over smooth surfaces.
While the matter of financing the construction of an extensive mileage of surfacing-work is a
serious one, it may be asked whether the Province can afford not to undertake this work.
A decision as to the type of surface which should be adopted would be based on the volume
and type of traffic which may be expected to use the roads during the next decade, a matter in
which traffic surveys may prove valuable. The Department is now experienced in laying surfaces
of comparatively low cost, ranging in cost from $1,500 to $5,000 a mile and suitable for various
degrees of moderate traffic; a large proportion of the cost of surfaces of this type is for gravel
only, and therefore the added cost of the bitumen is really in the nature of an economy, as, when
a gravel surface is bound in asphalt in this way, the annual loss of gravel by wear and tear,
which is a costly item on a gravel road, is avoided ; further, there is the absence of " washboard " and of the dust nuisance which are the chief objections to gravelled roads.
HIGHWAYS—CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT.
Details of the various works carried out are given in the individual reports for each
engineering district. Reference should also be made to the list of relief projects carried out
by the Department of National Defence.
The two major highway-construction projects still incompleted are the Hope-Princeton Link
of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway and the Big Bend Link of the Trans-Canada Highway.
No new construction was carried out on the Western section of the latter project, beyond
the end of construction at Goldstream, about 60 miles north of Revelstoke; serious slides had
occurred during the previous winter and the road was entirely blocked. On the Eastern section,
under the Department of the Interior, National Parks Branch, construction reached a point near
the north end of Kinbasket Lake about 73.5 miles north of Golden.
Work was continued on the Hope-Princeton Road ; 45 miles of this highway out of Princeton,
to Cambie Creek, are opened up and partly in use, but much widening and grading remains to be
done over the last 34 miles. Construction at the Hope end was confined to the section between
Miles 4 and 10, the work being of a very heavy nature and, owing to the wet winter, progress
was slow.    About 3 miles of the new grade were opened to traffic.
Construction was also continued on the Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road and on the Squamish-
Britannia Road.
In general, while progress on the various works of construction and improvement may
appear to be slow, the work is steadily proceeding and, when completed, will be of lasting benefit
to the travelling public. It will be noted, on reading the individual reports for each engineering
district, that much useful improvement-work was also carried out by what are termed " Provincial Relief " workers—namely, men in receipt of relief who are living at home and who do work
on the roads to the extent of the relief afforded, under the direction of the Public Works
Department. , REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
O 5
The following is a summary of highway-work undertaken and completed during the year,
including work on Department of National Defence Projects:—
Miles.
New construction (including diversions)      56
Major reconstruction or improvement over a distance of  260
New gravel surfacing      87
Gravel renewed   219
BRIDGES.
Attached to this report will be found the report of the Bridge Engineer. No major structures
of any kind were constructed or reconstructed during the year. Special attention was given to
maintaining and reinforcing older structures in order to keep them in service; while such
measures were absolutely necessary on account of the financial situation, the result is only
to postpone the day when a programme of major renewals must be undertaken, if danger to
the travelling public is to be avoided.
FERRIES.
Tenders were called for renewal of licence for the Arrowhead-Beaton Ferry, and the charter
was granted to the Beaton Boat Co., Ltd., for a period of five years from August 1st, 1933.
Tenders were also called for the operation of a passenger ferry service between West
Vancouver and Bowen Island, and the charter was granted to the Sannie Transportation Co.,
Ltd., for five years from April 1st, 1934.
The report of the Mechanical Superintendent, attached, gives details of the inspections which
were made on the various power-ferries. In all cases careful inspections are made and the
necessary repairs are so arranged as to occasion the minimum of interruption in service.
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
The report of the Mechanical Superintendent also deals with the standing of the Equipment
Fund and outlines the inspections which were made of equipment and machinery during the
fiscal year. It will be noted that 1,772 units of machinery were inspected and that nearly every
unit was in operation during the year.
SURFACING.
No new bituminous-surfacing work was do:,e during the fiscal year; a total of 59.14 miles
of resurfacing of various types, as noted below, was carried out, 196,000 gallons of bituminous
materials being used, 60 per cent, of which was tar and tar products. The work was directed
by the Surfacing Engineer.
With mild weather conditions prevailing during the winter, enabling continuous minor
repair-work, it was possible to maintain all bituminous surfaces in reasonably good condition.
Summary of Bituminous-resurfacing Work carried out, Fiscal Year 1933-34.
Ciss of Work carried out.
Provincial
Highways.
Classified Highways.
Secondary.
Total.
One coat, tar respray	
Two coats, tar respray	
One coat, liquid asphalt respray
One coat, Tarvia respray	
Mulch, premix, recap	
Totals, miles	
Miles.
25.390
13.127
2.367
2.600
6.500
Miles,
1.660
0.100
2.900
0.750
40.993
5.419
Miles.
0.728
3.000
3.728
Miles.
27.068
13.855
5.467
5.500
7.250
59.140
Expenditures on this work are given in the financial section of this report.
SNOW-REMOVAL.
Snowfall was comparatively moderate;  ploughing was carried out on 4,517 miles of roads
at an average cost of $10.12 per mile, as compared with 4,263 miles at an average cost of $13.37
per mile for the previous season.    Expenditures varied from a minimum of less than $1 per mile O 6 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
to a maximum of $138 per mile.    Special efforts were made to keep the Barkerville Road and
Bridge River Road open, under great difficulties.
The Department now owns the following snow-ploughing equipment:—■
Tractor " V " type rotary plough, hydraulic-controlled      1
Tractor " V " type plough with wings and hydraulic-controlled   16
Tractor reversible blade-ploughs, some hydraulic-controlled and others hand-
operated   58
Truck blade-ploughs     6
Truck "V" type ploughs      3
Total  84
TRAILS.
During the year 119.3 miles of mining-trails were constructed as well as 7.45 miles of
ordinary trails. The total expenditure on mining roads and trails under the " Mines Development Act " was $33,538.16, in addition to expenditures for ordinary maintenance and construction
from highway funds. There are now 9,566 miles of trails on the registers of the Department,
including 5,202 miles of mining-trails.
ROAD MILEAGE.
A statement is included showing a total of 19,554.55 miles of roads on the Department's
registers, set out according to type of surface. There is a reduction of 215 miles as compared
with statement given last year; this reduction is the result of a check which was made in
connection with changes in electoral district boundaries ; some duplicate mileage was discovered ;
in some cases so-called roads were little more than trails; mileage which had been abandoned
on account of relocation was discarded. New road registers are being prepared and it is possible
that a further reduction may result.
Classification of the road mileage, as to its use, is placed as follows:—
Trunk and Main Highways   (including Arterial and Primary High-    Miles.
ways)         6,235.98
Local Roads (including Secondary Highways)      4,363.03
Settlement, Mining, and Industrial Roads      8,955.54
Total   19,554.55
TRAFFIC.
Vehicular traffic carried on ferries was on the average 3.9 per cent, lower than in the
previous year; automobile traffic was 5.9 per cent, lower, but truck traffic showed an increase
of 5.1 per cent., which is a very significant fact, indicating an increase in commercial traffic
and a falling-off in touring traffic. Traffic for the five more important ferries—Nelson, Castlegar,
Kelowna-Westbank, Agassiz-Rosedale, and Ladner-Woodward—showed a decrease of 11 per
cent, in automobiles and an increase of 5 per cent, in trucks carried during the year.
Traffic through the toll-gate on the Cariboo Road at Spuzzum showed a reduction of 3 per
cent, for 1933 as compared with 1932. There was no reduction at all in the number of British
Columbia autos, but the number of foreign autos was reduced by 16 per cent. Figures for 1934
show an increase of 12 per cent, over the traffic in 1933, the daily average being 103 vehicles;
the increase in number of foreign vehicles in 1934 was 11 per cent, and the number of motortrucks increased by 75 per cent.
Sixty-three special permits were issued for overweight and oversize vehicles, pursuant to
the regulations under the " Highway Act." In most cases these permits were in connection with
hauling logs on Vancouver Island and in the Lower Fraser Valley.
COMMON CARRIERS.
Attached is the report of the Traffic Superintendent, from which will be noted a slight
increase in the number of licences issued, but no increase in the fees collected.
Arising out of the findings of the Royal Commission on Railways and Transportation in
Canada, 1931-32, a conference of Provincial highway officials was called by the Minister of
Railways and Canals, and met at Ottawa during December, 1933. This Department was represented by my predecessor, Mr. Patrick Philip.    Nine resolutions were adopted by this conference, REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. O 7
dealing with uniform legislation and regulation of common carriers. While, numerically speaking, the problem of licensing of common carriers in British Columbia is a small one, it is
gratifying to note that, generally speaking, the procedure in this Province is in accord with
the intent of these resolutions.
While the administration of Part V. of the " Highway Act" is fairly smooth as far as the
licensing of common carriers is concerned, the big problem of the so-called " contract carrier "
still remains to be dealt with. Numerous cases have occurred of individuals or firms who are
not licensed, openly carrying on the business of a public carrier of freight under the disguise of
obtaining contracts to haul from several firms. This business is particularly noticeable between
Vancouver and points in the Cariboo and Bridge River Districts. Naturally the licensed carriers,
operating from the rail-heads at Ashcroft, Williams Lake, Quesnel, and elsewhere, have suffered
a loss in their legitimate business on account of such operations.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
A statement showing in detail municipal highways " classified" under Part III.  of the
" Highway Act" as at October 31st, 1934, is attached.    The summary is as follows:—
Miles.
Classified as Arterial   307.40
Classified as Primary      58.86
Classified as Secondary   150.07
Total   516.33
During the year the Cedar Valley Road in the District Municipality of Mission was classified
as a secondary highway over a distance of 2 miles. The portion of the Hope-Princeton Road
in the Village of Hope, 1.52 miles in length, was classified as arterial. A correction in the route
of the Trans-Provincial Highway (Arterial) in the Township of Chilliwack was provided for.
In Pitt Meadows Municipality, the temporary arterial classification of the Old Dewdney Trunk
Road was rescinded and the highway was reclassified as secondary, for a length of 3.5 miles.
In the City of Grand Forks a change was made in the route of Arterial Highway No. 44r.
BUILDINGS.
Attached is a report from the Chief Architect. With the funds available, very little new
work was possible, the activities of the Department in this direction being, of necessity, confined
largely to maintenance-work. In this connection, the report draws attention to the lack of
sufficient funds provided for the purpose of keeping the various public buildings in a proper state
of repair, which may result in the necessity of some extraordinary expenditure at some future
date.
Reference will also be noted to the growing lack of space, not only for the purpose of storing
documents, but also with regard to office accommodation at Victoria, Vancouver, and other
centres.
ADMINISTRATION.
For the purposes of administration, the old electoral district boundaries (1923 distribution)
were adhered to, the change-over to the new boundaries not being made until April 1st, 1934.
A reorganization of staff in Engineering District No. 1 occurred during December, the
district offices at Langford and Sidney being closed, the Districts of Esquimalt, Saanich, and
The Islands being placed under the charge of one engineer with headquarters at the Burnside
Road Office, Victoria ;  this change has resulted in a saving in administration costs.
The various staffs, both at headquarters and in the field, continued to render satisfactory
service; the matter of handing over camps to the Department of National Defence caused
additional work.
Correspondence showed a decrease, 41,000 inward and outward letters being attended to
as compared with 49,140 the previous year, and approximately 63,000 files handled as compared
with 76,000 the previous year.
A total of 121 sets of subdivision plans, submitted for approval under the terms of the
" Land Registry Act," were dealt with during the fiscal year.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. DIXON,
Chief Engineer. O 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., April 9th, 1934.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit the following report on the activities of the Architectural Branch for
the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1934:—
New Work.—The Branch designed and partially supervised the new Hospital at Smithers,
costing approximately $50,000; in this building, for the first time, wall insulation was utilized
and has proven quite satisfactory, resulting in reducing not only the amount of radiation
required, but also the fuel cost.    Sketch-plans were also prepared for a small Hospital at Wells.
Court-house, Victoria.—Several schemes have been prepared for a new Court-house in
Victoria, including models of the same. This has not only enabled the scheme to be presented
in concrete form, but has also given a better impression of the proportions and appearance of
the proposed building. Having these plans and models available, it has been possible to design
a building that will give all the desired accommodation economically arranged on plan and also
in elevation.
A design has also been prepared for the Hall of Records, on the assumption that it would
be adjacent to the proposed Court-house, thus making a legal centre.
Mental Hospital.—Plans for the remodelling of the old portion of the New Westminster
Mental Hospital are well in hand.
Schools.—The Branch has completed plans for several schools, new and additions, during
this period, but in all cases the contracts have been awarded by the respective School Boards,
who have carried out the work.
Repairs.—With the limited amount of money that has been available for maintenance and
repairs to public buildings, it has been impossible to adequately take care of the many improvements and urgent repairs, the need for which is becoming more apparent each year, and it is
only a matter of a short time before the Government will be faced with some extraordinary
expenditures to some of the public buildings in order to keep them even habitable; furthermore,
the increase in the number of mental patients and other incidental conditions that arise out of
such increase has resulted in additional calls having been made on the repair vote, and I would
respectfully point out the necessity of providing additional funds, whenever available, for
repairs and maintenance of public buildings.
Furniture.—This vote has suffered along with the repair vote, and the point has been reached
where equipment is deteriorating; additional filing arrangements are necessary and required
to enable the departments to function. We have, however, carried on under difficulties and
effected a considerable saving by uniformity of control.
Grounds.—Exchanges of shrubs and other flowers have been arranged under direction of
this Branch, through the co-operation of the various gardeners, an arrangement which has
resulted in further beautifying the various grounds and changes in the layout of the beds in an
economical way.
Documents.—I again wish to bring to your notice the necessity for some arrangement being
made to provide for the destruction and control of public documents. The last available space
for this purpose has been taken and, having regard to the general routine of Government
business, it is difficult to see how any further material can be adequately housed.
Housing.—I would also like to bring before your notice the question of office accommodation
not only in the Parliament Buildings, but also in the larger Court-houses at Vancouver, New
Westminster, Kamloops, and Nelson. In each instance the buildings are now occupied to the
limit of their capacity and it is necessary also to rent offices outside.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Henry Whittaker,
Chief Architect. REPORT OF BRIDGE ENGINEER. O 9
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., October 23rd, 1934.
A. Dixon, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to report on the construction and maintenance of bridges for the
fiscal year 1933-34 as follows:—
Throughout the Province generally no excessive damage was done by ice, drift, or floods.
Unprecedented floods were experienced in the creeks in West Kootenay; but, fortunately, no
extensive damage was clone. The prompt and persistent efforts of the staff and employees in
that area prevented the loss of several structures.
There were available at all times plenty of skilled men who were prepared to render good
service. The prices of material remained at a low level and prompt delivery could be depended
on.    Conditions were, therefore, favourable towards getting work done economically.
Owing to restricted funds at our disposal, it was found impossible to do more than maintain
structures in a reasonably safe condition for traffic. No major structures of any kind were
constructed or reconstructed during the whole year. The greatest care had to be exercised in
the matter of maintenance and reinforcement of the older bridges in order to keep them in
service, since truck traffic in certain districts had increased largely both in weight and volume.
Advantage was taken of unemployment relief operations to substitute culverts and fills for
many of the small structures, and to straighten out and improve approaches to others.
Altogether the past year has not been barren of accomplishment. In spite of conditions,
a creditable amount of necessary work was done with the money available. The necessity for
rigid economy taught worth-while lessons in devising means to prolong the older structures
in service.
It is my duty, however, to point out that the time is fast approaching when a programme
of major renewals must be undertaken, otherwise unwarranted risks will halve to be taken.
Funds did not permit undertaking very much river-bank protection-work. The conditions
on some of the creeks and rivers are becoming very menacing, due to large collections of timber-
drift and to bank-erosion and bar-formations. In some cases important public works are in
danger as well as private property.
The reaction ferries were maintained on the whole in quite good condition for traffic. Some
of these will require renewal in the near future.
It is a pleasure to again record the capable and dependable service rendered by the staff.
A. L. Carruthers,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE TRAFFIC SUPERINTENDENT.
Court-house,
Vancouver, B.C., April 24th, 1934.
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Attached hereto is statement of Public Passenger- and Freight-vehicle Licences issued
during the calendar year 1933; the total number of passenger licences in force as at December
31st, 1933, was 186, this being 11.4 per cent, more than the previous year; the number of freight-
vehicle licences in force at the same date was 166. an increase of 1.8 per cent. The increase in
passenger licences was caused by more light vehicles being put into service and the dropping
of a few heavy ones;  this applies to freight licences in a lesser degree.
Licence fees collected during the calendar year of 1933 were as follows:—
Licence-plate fees        $858.00
Passenger licence fees      7,271.73
Freight licence fees       2,935.44
Total   $11,065.17 O 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
During the calendar year 1933, 480 applications were considered and 430 licences issued.
All public freight-vehicles operating in the Lower Fraser Valley have been inspected by the
Department's Traffic Inspector at least twice during the year. All the remaining public vehicles,
both passenger and freight, throughout the Province have likewise been inspected and reported
on by the Mechanical Inspection Department of the Provincial Police.
The Traffic Inspector, whose services are about equally divided between this office and the
office of the Public Works Engineers, New- Westminster, has investigated and reported upon the
operations of approximately 150 contract and private carriers, and has also devoted considerable
time to the weighing-up of public freight and other trucks by loadometer scales at Spuzzum
Bridge and at Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island points for the purpose of checking up
and preventing as far as possible the overloading of motor-trucks.
The Department has been greatly assisted- by the co-operation of the Provincial Police
Department in investigating complaints and in the enforcement of the " Highway Act " and
regulations.
The Advisory Board has given very generously of its time in attending eighteen regular
meetings for the purpose of passing on applications for public carrier licences, as well as attending a considerable number of special meetings for the hearing of complaints.
There were nine prosecutions for violation of Part V. of the " Highway Act " and one
prosecution for violation of regulations pursuant to section 34 of the " Highway Act." One case
was dismissed.
Respectfully submitted.
Thomas Taylor,
Traffic Superintendent.
PART V. OF " HIGHWAY ACT "—LICENSING OF PUBLIC VEHICLES.
Statement of Licences issued for Public Passenger-vehicles during the Calendar Year 1933.
Nn of VeliirtPq No- of Licences
Carrying Capacity. Hcensed cancelled
licensed. during Period.
1 to   5 passengers  33 11
6 to 10 passengers  78 22
11 to 20 passengers  37 7
21 to 30 passengers  68 2
Over 30 passengers  12
228 42
Total passenger licences issued   228
Total passenger licences cancelled      42
Total passenger licences in force at December 31st, 1933   186
Statement of Licences issued for Public Freight-vehicles during the Calendar Year 1933.
-Nn of Vehifips No- ot Licences
Carrying Capacity Uoense, cancelled
licensed. during Period.
Up to iy2 tons  75 20
Over iy2 tons and up to 2% tons  94 13
Over 2% tons  32 2
x,4 ton (motor-cycles)  1 1
202 36
Total freight licences issued   202
Total freight licences cancelled      36
Total freight licences in force at December 31st, 1933  166 REPORT OF MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT. O 11
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
Victoria, B.C., November 15th, 1934.
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I beg to submit herewith a report on the activities of the Equipment Branch for fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1934.
EQUIPMENT.
Inspection of Equipment and Machinery.—The equipment and machinery in every district
in the Province was inspected and reported on during fiscal year 1933-34. In all, 1,772 units
were inspected and detailed reports on each unit were submitted, with recommendations as to
the repairs required. During the year two new automobiles, seven trucks, and a number of
pieces of equipment for garages and machine-shops were purchased. In order to provide equipment for the ordinary work of the Department and also for the projects in progress under the
Department of National Defence, practically every unit was put into operation. Owing to the
age and condition of most of the units, repairs and upkeep have been exceptionally heavy, and
this entailed more frequent inspections and also added greatly to the office-work. Lack of funds
prevented the replacement of many units, especially trucks which, under normal conditions,
would have been traded in or otherwise disposed of. These units were repaired and kept in
operation, but the question of replacements will require to be faced in the very near future.
Equipment-sheds and Repair-shops.—Property was purchased and a repair-shop erected
at Pouce Coupe, Peace River District. There are still several points in the Province where
accommodation for storing and repairing machinery is urgently required, and- it is strongly
recommended that this matter be given consideration as soon as funds are available.
POWER-FERRIES.
All the power-ferries operated by the Department throughout the Province were inspected
and reports submitted. Repairs to hulls and engines were carried out with the minimum of
interruption and inconvenience to the public.
Kelowna-Westbank Ferry.—This ferry was hauled out on the C.P.R. ways at Okanagan
Landing and all necessary repairs made to the hull. The engines and auxiliaries were completely
overhauled and put in first-class working condition. Dry-rot had set in in the hull and arrangements were made to take care of this in the following spring. During the time the ferry was
on the ways, the service was maintained by the CNR. tug " Radius " and scow.
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry.—The service is maintained by the M.S. " Eena " under charter to
J. T. Henley. This vessel has been in constant operation since 1919, with the exception of a few
months, and the engines have reached the stage where dependability can no longer be relied upon.
The hull is of steel construction and was redesigned and a new bottom installed in 1928 ; the
hull being sound, it is proposed to replace the present gasoline-engines with Diesels during the
fiscal year 1934-35.
Nelson Ferry.—This is a cable power-ferry and has maintained a continuous 24-hours-per-day
service with very little interruption. All necessary repairs have been made and the ferry is in
good general condition.
Kootenay Lake Ferry.—The service is maintained by the S.S. " Nasookin," under the supervision of this Department, between Gray Creek and Eraser's Landing on the Kootenay Lake.
A daily schedule of three trips is maintained during the summer months and two trips during
the winter. Plans have been prepared to cut down the superstructure and increase the capacity
for carrying cars, the work to be carried out during the fiscal year 1934-35.
Francois Lake Ferry.—The ferry service on Francois Lake was maintained without interruption until the lake froze over, a very fine record when the isolated location of the lake is taken
into consideration. During the time the vessel was hauled out owing to ice conditions, the
engines were completely overhauled and, in addition, all necessary repairs to the hull were made.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry.—The ferry service between these points is carried out by the M.S.
" Agassiz " under charter to L. M. Robson. The schedule was maintained completely in accordance with the terms of the charter and all necessary repairs to hull and engines carried out.
Needles-Fauquier Ferry.—This is a power cable-ferry and maintains an hourly service
between Needles and Fauquier on the Arrow Lakes. The service was well maintained during
the year and all necessary repairs efficiently carried out. O 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
Castlegar Ferry.—This power cable-ferry across the Columbia River at Castlegar carries
exceptionally heavy traffic. Considering the long hours the ferry operates and the amount of
traffic it takes care of, this ferry is in very good condition.
Twelve-mile Ferry.—This is a cable-operated ferry on the Columbia River 12 miles south of
Revelstoke. A slight accident occurred to this ferry, one of the towers giving way and allowing
the ferry to drift down the river. While repairs were being made the service was maintained
by river-boat " V-51."
Twenty-four-mile Ferry.—Dry-rot has been reported on this ferry and provision has been
made in the Estimates for 1934-35 for a new barge.
Harrop-Longbeach Ferry.—This service is maintained by a power cable-ferry between the
above points on the Kootenay Lake. The engines were completely overhauled and arrangements
made to take care of dry-rot, which is reported in the scow, during the fiscal year 1934-35.
Creston Ferry.—This is a power cable-ferry running across the Kootenay River at Creston.
The engines and machinery were overhauled and repaired and the hull is reported to be in fair
condition.
Ferries in General.—When it is taken into consideration that the Department does not own
any spare vessels to replace the ferries in operation, it will be appreciated that it is difficult to
make annual overhauls and emergency repairs without interruption to schedules. Overhauls and
repairs to engines and hulls have been carried out with the minimum of inconvenience to the
travelling public.
J. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent.
DISTRICT REPORTS.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1   (VANCOUVER ISLAND, THE ISLANDS, AND
MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Maintenance of Highways, Bridges, and Ferries.—The most serious maintenance problem is
that of keeping the gravelled portions of the main highways in good condition during the summer
months. The extent to which the grader can be used on gravel surfaces is governed by weather
conditions, and as, in the past year, the rainfall was from 40 to 65 per cent, above the average,
the surfaces were, therefore, kept in a correspondingly better condition and the dust nuisance
was not so annoying to the travelling public.
During the winter-time the main gravelled roads are comparatively easy to keep in condition,
but the maintenance of bituminous surfacing is, in its turn, dependent upon the weather. The
winter was mild as far as frost was concerned and the bituminous surfaces throughout the
district, to a total mileage of 336, were maintained to a better standard of uniformity than has
hitherto been possible.
Although the winter was mild and very little surface damage was caused by frost, a severe
wind-storm on December 20th blew down more than 300 trees across the Island Highway in less
than two hours, completely disrupting highway, railway, telephone, and telegraph communications. The organization met the emergency efficiently, and the Island Highway was practically
cleared in four hours and through traffic established to Courtenay the same night. This storm
included a heavy rainfall, resulting in a number of washouts.
The snowfall during the winter was from two to three times above the average amount, but
this was cleared without difficulty, as the falls were individually light.
Bridges.—Bridges throughout the district were maintained by repair and by renewals of
a few trestle structures.
Ferries.—Gabriola Ferry Wharf: Fender piles were renewed and a raft was placed under
the slip to aid in adjusting to tide-levels.
Saltspring Island Ferry: New dolphins were driven by contract to replace temporary
untreated pile dolphins originally driven when the structure was built.
Construction and Reconstruction—Island Highway.—The Menzies Bay section of the Island
Highway was gravelled from Mile 177 to Mile 182.
Following the storm in December, it was necessary to replace a washout at Mile 13 with
a rock-fill of 800 cubic yards.    This was excavated with a shovel close to the work. DISTRICT REPORTS. O 13
The diversion of the Island Highway at Mile 85 was commenced, and the Knight's Hill
Diversion at Mile 99 was 90 per cent, completed.
Canadian Highway.—The Canadian Highway was widened and improved from Mile 112 to
Mile 129, although no major works were undertaken, largely on account of the improvement in
the employment situation in this district, due to the activity in lumbering which absorbed a
considerable number of those previously receiving relief.
Other Roads.—In the Cowichan-Neweastle District the South Wellington Cut-off was reconstructed for a distance of 1,000 feet and surfaced with asphalt. This was shallow rock-cutting
carried out with-relief labour and has effected a marked improvement in the section of road
between Haslam Creek and Chase River (Mile 74.5 on the Island Highway).
In the Esquimalt District 2% miles of new highway were constructed on the relocation
between Sooke and Tugwell Creek. This mileage is not continuous but spread over a total
distance of 7 miles.
In the Alberni District work was started on a relocation at Departure Bay.
In the Comox District 6.5 miles of new access roads were cleared and opened up.
In the Saanich District the diversion at Little's corner on the East Saanich Road was
completed and surfaced with asphaltic mulch.
In the Mackenzie District work was continued on the Michigan Hill Diversion on the
Thunder Bay Road.
Bridges.—No large bridges were constructed during the fiscal year. The renewal of Craig-
flower Bridge across Victoria Arm on the Island Highway at Mile 3.5, which was started in the
last fiscal year, was completed, and the steel-arch bridge over the Gorge in the Municipalities
of Saanich and Esquimalt was built by the Provincial Government by contract.
In the Comox District the Curran Bridge was renewed with a timber trestle, and two
logging-railway bridges were planked over to provide access to the Elk Falls on Campbell River.
In the Cowichan-Neweastle District three bridges were replaced with fills, six were redecked,
three were rebuilt, and fifteen received major repairs.
In the Esquimalt District two pile trestles were replaced on new locations in connection
with relief-work carried out by the Department of National Defence, and one was replaced with
a fill and cedar box culvert 5 by 6 feet.
In the Saanich District a small bridge on the Helmcken Road was replaced by a 36-inch-
diameter creosoted stave-pipe culvert and fill.
In the Mackenzie District six bridges were replaced with culverts, and 518 feet of sidewalk
were built along Powell River Lake.
Unemployment Relief.—As noted elsewhere, the employment situation in the Alberni Valley
improved materially early in the fiscal year, as also did the situation in the Parksville, Qualicum,
and Nanoose areas.
In the Comox District the Oyster River Camp was closed in October, 1933, the men being
transferred to the Otter Point Camp by the Department of National Defence.
In the Nanaimo area the situation was not improved, but a great de. 1 of useful work was
done by those in receipt of relief. In the Duncan portion of the Cowichan-Neweastle District
very little relief-work was done.
In Esquimalt District the Otter Point Camp, which was then on a subsistence basis, was
taken over by the Department of National Defence on June 1st, and from that time work has
been proceeding on the reconstruction of the West Coast Road between Sooke and Tugwell
Creek, 2% miles of road over a total length of 7 miles having been completed ; two power-shovels,
four trucks, and a compressor, the property of the Provincial Government, are being used on
this work.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2 (NORTH VANCOUVER, PART OF LILLOOET, BURNABY,
DEWDNEY, RICHMOND-POINT GREY, DELTA, NEW WESTMINSTER, CHILLIWACK,
AND PART OF YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Burnaby Electoral District.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance of roads and bridges was carried out satisfactorily.
Construction.—There was no construction of roads or bridges undertaken in this district
during the year. O 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
Dewdney Electoral District.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance of roads and bridges was carried out notwithstanding
the reduction in funds. This was possible only owing the absence of frost and- snow. All
asphaltic and gravel surfaces were kept in good repair. Work, however, on cutting brush on
the rights-of-way had to be curtailed and a minimum of work done on the road-ditches. One and
one-half miles of the Lougheed Highway, from Haney to Kanaka Creek, were oiled as a dust-
preventive.
Construction.—There was no construction of roads or bridges undertaken in this district
during the year.
Relief-work.—In June, 1933, the relief camps at Deroche were taken over by the Department
of National Defence and reconstruction-work was started on the Lougheed Highway at Harrison
Bay with the aid of Provincial equipment, which included a gas-power shovel, several trucks,
air-compressor, and jack-hammers. Very satisfactory progress has been made with this work,
which was almost entirely in solid rock, and the improvements made at this point are very much
appreciated by the travelling public.
Lillooet Electoral District (South).
Maintenance.—General maintenance-work was carried out on all roads in the district;
1.61 miles were reconstructed and 6.75 miles gravelled; there were also 6.7 miles of trail
constructed.
Construction.—The only construction-work undertaken was carried out at Relief Camps
901, 902, and 903.
No. 31 J/, Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road (Camps 901, 90%).—From the beginning of the year
until October 9th, these camps were on a subsistence basis, after which date the following work
was carried out by the Department of National Defence:—
Road completed between Stations 310 and 320: also between Stations 525 and 550. Preliminary work has also been done between Stations 320 and 365 and between Stations 480 and 525.
The material excavated and handled includes 5.736 cubic yards of rock; 255 cubic yards of
loose rock; 2,276 cubic yards of earth ; also 68 square yards of rock wall and several log culverts
constructed from Station 365 to Station 450.
No. 4-36, Squamish-Britannia Road (Camp 903).—From October 9th work has been carried
out chiefly on the rock-slide between Stations 81 and 85, a total of 1,958 cubic yards being moved,
and between Stations 106 and 148 earth excavation amounted to 20,954 cubic yards. Between
Stations 152 and 320, at Browning Lake, the right-of-way is only cleared and brush burned.
Bridges.—No new construction was undertaken. Five small trestle and stringer bridges
were reconstructed and fourteen repaired.
At Mamquam Washout Bridge (No. 410) it was necessary to rebuild 80 feet of pile trestle
which were taken out during high water, also to carry out river-bank protection-work and keep
the channel clear of drift.    Total cost of this work was $1,748.27.
Ferries.—Ferries at Pemberton were kept in good running-order and a few minor repairs
made.
Unemployment Relief.—There is still a great amount of unemployment throughout the
district, but more especially in the Sechelt Peninsula section, where the largest percentage of
work was carried- out by men on relief.
New Westminster Electoral District.
Maintenance.—In this district all maintenance-work was done by men on Provincial relief
and, in addition, some construction-work was undertaken. Several roads in District Lot 172
were cleared and grubbed and some ditching done.
North Vancouver Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Maintenance-work was carried out on all roads on Bowen Island, special
attention being given to gravelling and ditching: 500 gallons of light oil were sprayed- as a
dust-layer on the main section of the road at Snug Cove and gave good results.
Trails on Gambier and Keats Islands were kept in good repair, being well brushed out and
soft spots drained.
Only one bridge required minor repairs during the year. DISTRICT REPORTS. O 15
Marine Drive (No. 67a) in West Vancouver was improved by highway-fencing carried out by
relief-work.
Dollarton Highway (No. 73a) was improved by careful maintenance and the addition of
small quantities of gravel.
Construction.—No new construction was undertaken during the year, but quite a number of
minor improvements were carried out on the roads at Bowen Island, several of these having
been widened and properly drained.
Protection-work.—A wire and brush mattress, with heavy rock, was laid on Cypress Creek
immediately above the Marine Drive Bridge and proved effective.
Unemployment Relief.—Unemployment on Gambier, Keats, and Bowen Islands is still a
problem and a large percentage of the work was done by settlers on relief.
Improvements were carried out on classified highways by the municipal unemployed under
supervision of the Department of Public Works.
Traffic.—Traffic continued lighter on the North Shore by reason of the Second Narrows
Bridge remaining out of commission.
Richmond-Point Grey Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Fraser Avenue Highway (No. 66r) was improved by the addition of gravel,
as far as funds would permit. Traffic is constantly increasing on this road and a capital
expenditure is warranted in order to complete the surfacing.
Richmond Highway (No. 19 Road) was improved by gravelling, and on the bituminous
penetration section a flush-coat of asphalt was applied with non-skid finish over a distance of
3 miles.
Marine Drive No. 3, Point Grey, was improved by the continuance of the sloping of the
cliffs at Spanish Banks and by the replacement of old wood culverts by concrete pipe.
Maintenance-work was carried out at less cost than usual by reason of an exceptionally-
favourable winter.
Bridges.—No important structures were built. The cost of Fraser Avenue, Lulu Island, and
Sea Island Bridges was considerably lighter by reason of good weather conditions.
River-bank Protection.—Work in connection with river-bank protection on the main Fraser
River was carried out on the south shore of Lulu Island at and above the Rice Mills by the
Richmond municipal forces, and a very serious situation was saved. The contributory parties
were the Provincial Public Works Department, Federal Public Works Department, Canadian
National Railway Company, and Richmond Municipality, each party contributing one-quarter
of the cost.    The work took the form of placing " one-man " rock to arrest erosion.
Traffic.—An increase was noticed over the preceding year at peak periods. No trouble was
found with overloading.
Unemployment Relief.—No great change was noticed in the district. The direct-relief work
carried out in Point Grey by married transients came to an end early in 1934, by reason of
dissatisfaction of the transients. The work on Marine Drive, at Spanish Banks, and on
Chancellor Boulevard was steadily carried on by the occupants of Camp 200, under the
Department of National Defence.
University Endowment Lands.—In University Endowment Lands the usual maintenance-
work was successfully carried out on the 11.4 miles of roads and sidewalks and the 32 acres
of boulevards. The water situation was improved by the new tank. The Fire Department had
a successful year under the able supervision of Fire Chief Lister. No appreciable loss was
sustained from fire-damage.    No complaints of any important nature were received.
Delta Electoral District.
Roads.—Owing to reduced appropriations, it was found necessary to concentrate on maintenance of the main highways, only such work as was an absolute necessity being done on the
secondary and settlers' roads.
Delta District being practically all organized territory, direct-relief labour was not available
to assist on maintenance-work.
While the general surfaces of the roads were reasonably well maintained, a great deal of
essential work, such as keeping drainage-ditches cleared and brushing, had necessarily to be
omitted due to lack of funds. O 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
An open winter was experienced which resulted in reduced maintenance costs, particularly
on the bituminous surfaces, which came through the winter with practically no damage.
Pacific Highway—Concrete Paving Repairs.—Interesting work was carried out on the
Portland-cement concrete pavement on the Pacific Highway south of Cloverdale. This pavement,
due to unstable foundation, had settled to such an extent that it was becoming dangerous to
the travelling public. Through the courtesy of the AVashington State Highway Department, a
modern pavement mud-jack was obtained, no rental being charged, and the worst of the panels
were successfully raised from 2 to 8 inches.
This work is carried out by drilling holes 2% inches in diameter at about 4- to 5-foot centres
through the slab to be raised, which is done with portable air-compressor and jack-hammers.
Through these holes, by use of the mud-jack, a mixture of loam soil and cement, in the proportions of one sack of cement to one cubic yard of soil (clay or sand cannot be used), is pumped
under the slab through the holes at a pressure of about 4 lb. to the square inch. This is done
alternately at the various holes and the whole slab gradually rises.
Occasionally it is found, due to skin-friction, that the slab will not start. It is then necessary to place a charge of a half-stick of 40-per-cent. dynamite in the hole and create a pocket
from which to start.
In some instances where adjoining slabs have settled too greatly, it is found necessary to
cut out the entire expansion-joint between them to allow the slabs to be raised.
The mud-jack is a trailer unit, having its own power plant. It has a mixing-chamber in
which the soil, cement, and water are mixed to a pouring consistency. This mixture feeds into
two hydraulic rams alternately, from which a 2-inch hose leads to the holes in the pavement slab.
The rams are controlled by two ball check-valves which work alternately. This allows one ram
to be filling while the other is discharging.
The complete equipment for carrying out this work consists of a pavement mud-jack valued
at about $5,000, portable air-compressor with two jack-hammers and a pavement-cutter, portable
water-tank, and two trucks.    The crew consists of eight men.
The officials of the Washington State Highway Department were most generous in their
assistance on this work. Before the work was started their engineers inspected the proposed
work and gave the benefit of their advice and experience. They also loaned their most experienced operator, who supervised all the work which was otherwise carried out by departmental
forces.
While the profile of this pavement is still far from being even, the work has resulted in a
very much improved riding surface. If this work could be continued for another season or two
the pavement could be brought back to normal.
On checking the work carried out, it was found' that very little, if any, settlement has since
taken place.
The unit cost on this work was particularly low owing to its being a continuous operation.
Allowing for rentals on all equipment, the unit cost was about 17 cents per square yard.
Surfacing.—No work of this kind was carried out during the year, maintenance of existing
surfaces only being done.
Construction.—At Douglas, port of entry on the Peace Arch Highway, the grading of the
connection between the Canadian Customs Building and the United States Boundary was completed to conform to the joint plan of the Washington State and Provincial Highway Departments.    This work was carried out by day-labour, using gas-shovel and trucks.
In October, 1933, the Department of National Defence took over the relief camps on the
Peace Arch Highway and Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway, and work was resumed on these
projects with fair progress.   It is hoped that the latter project will be completed during 1934.
Bridges.—No bridges were built, nor were any reconstructed. Necessary maintenance was
carried out.
Ferries.—Ladner-Woodward Ferry: This ferry is operated under private charter and
continues to provide an efficient and satisfactory service. Trouble was again encountered with
the silting-in of the Ladner Landing. The Dominion Public Works Department assisted by
having their dredge cut a new channel out for this landing.
Barnston Island Ferry: The usual satisfactory service was rendered with very little
expenditure for repairs or upkeep. DISTRICT REPORTS. O 17
Cloverdale Garage.—This garage, owned and operated by the Government, is proving a
profitable investment. Numerous equipment units were either completely overhauled or extensively repaired at low cost.
General.—An innovation meeting with public approval was the erection of concrete mile-
posts on the Trans-Canada and Pacific Highways and the Scott Road. These were accurately
set by chainage measurement, the initial point of reference being the corner of Granville and
Hastings Streets, Vancouver. Route taken was via Hastings and Main Streets and Kingsway
to New Westminster. In addition to being a useful guide to the travelling public, these posts
have proven of great value to the Department in reporting on road conditions and delivery of
materials and in other ways.
Chilliwack District.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance was carried out during the year, with most of the
work confined to the main highways. Some direct-relief labour was available in this district
which materially assisted in the maintenance-work.
Arterial Highway No. 6r, between Abbotsford and Chilliwack, was again treated with an
oil dust-layer.
During December a sleet and iee storm was experienced which coated the roads with about
4 inches of glace ice. Traffic was almost at a standstill for a few days until the ice was removed
by the use of heavy tractors and scarifiers.
No construction was undertaken during the year.
Bridges.—The reconstruction of the Frost Creek Bridge, a minor stringer-span structure, on
an improved location was the only bridge undertaking.
Ferries.—The Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry continues to be operated satisfactorily under private
charter.
South Yale District.
Maintenance.—Practically all funds in this district were expended on the Harrison Bay-
Agassiz Hot Springs Road and the Hope-Rosedale Road and surfaces were kept in fairly good
condition.
The latter road continues to be the cause of considerable complaint from the travelling
public. This will continue to be so until adequate funds are available for the reconstruction
of sections of the road and. a general resurfacing with crushed aggregate, there being no natural
pits of suitable material available.
Construction.—All construction-work in South Yale District was undertaken under the
Unemployment Relief Scheme in conjunction with the Department of National Defence; in
June, 1933, the latter took over the Provincial relief camps on the Hope-Princeton, Hope-Rosedale, and Deroche-Agassiz Highways. The Province made available to the Dominion all the
necessary mechanical equipment.
Hope-Princeton Highway (Project No. 55).—-The work was confined between Miles 4 and 10
from Hope and was undertaken by three camps located at Miles 4, 7, and 9. This is all new
construction of a very heavy nature and progress has been very slow. The drainage on this
particular section is a difficult problem; the whole country is saturated with water, with
numerous small streams crossing the location, requiring the construction of many large hewn-
cedar culverts. About 3 miles of new grade were opened to traffic. A very wet winter was
experienced which retarded progress to a great extent.
In June three location parties were placed in the field and completed the location from Hope
to Mile 18, including detailed estimate. This work included the location on the Skagit Bluff
section. All previous surveys had followed the canyon of the Skagit River, which is an extremely
costly location and one which would be difficult to maintain. As this is one of the most critical
points on the location of this highway, every effort was made to investigate every apparent
possibility for location. The final line was eventually located over the top of the Skagit Bluffs
on a very much improved alignment and gradient with good exposure, which will be a great asset,
when the road is constructed, fn the clearing of snow. The new location will, it is believed, save
many thousands of dollars in actual construction.
These surveys completed the location from Hope to Mile 28, with the exception of a 4-miJe
section yet to be surveyed between Miles 18 and 22.
Hope-Rosedale Road (Project No. 13).—Work on this road was carried on from two camps,
and has been confined to the area between Jones Hill and Jones Creek and consists of relocation
and reconstruction of the present road. The work, which consists largely of rock-work, is
2 O 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
hampered considerably by the proximity of the telephone and telegraph lines and the Canadian
National Railway.
With the use of a steam-shovel, trucks, and air-compressors, considerable progress has been
made, and another year will see a marked improvement on this important highway.
Considerable minor improvements were also carried out by the use of direct-relief labour.
Deroche-Agassiz Road (Project No. 1Jt).—With four camps operating on this section and the
use of a power-shovel and trucks, a marked improvement was made. The work consisted of
improvement to the existing road by the renewal of rock corners and using the material for
small fills in between, and general widening.
There is sufficient work on this section for the operation of the camps for another year.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3  (KAMLOOPS,  SALMON ARM, AND PART OF
YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
General.—Construction-work and reconstruction-work was carried out throughout the entire
district either by the Department of National Defence or settlers' relief. The district votes in
each case were reserved for maintenance in an endeavour to maintain road-surfaces as smooth
as possible. The funds provided, however, were insufficient to do this work entirely, as a large
proportion had to be expended in foremen's wages in charge of relief crews.
Yale District.
On the Fraser Canyon Project the Department of National Defence operated seven camps,
carrying out reconstruction-work at China Bar, Tunnels, Alexandra, Saddle Rock, Yale, Texas
Lake, and 9-Mile.
On the Merritt-Spences Bridge Road the most important work was the diversion Constructed
to improve the railway crossing over the C.P.R. and K.V.R. at Mile 1. This work was carried
out by the power-shovel. Very good work was done from the 15-Mile Camp, one diversion being
completed, while at Clapperton widening was continued.
On the Spences Bridge-Ashcroft Road the Department of National Defence carried out work
consisting of gravelling and widening, two camps being in operation.
Widening in rock along Nicola Lake on the Merritt-Kamloops Road was carried out from
the Quilchena Camp.
On the Merritt-Princeton Road good work was carried out by the Department of National
Defence, consisting of short diversions and widening.
Salmon Arm District.
The Department of National Defence carried out the most important work in this district
on the construction of the Canoe-Sicamous Road. The road is not yet open to traffic owing to
the amount of work necessary in widening and ditching. Excellent work was also done by the
said Department in widening the Kault Hill on the Kamloops-Salmon Arm Road and in widening
along the Shuswap Lake at Sorrento, on the same road.
General cleaning-up of rights-of-way, ditching, widening, besides 16,000 cubic yards of
gravelling, were carried out by relief labour.
The most important bridge-work in the district was the construction of a lift-span on the
Pritchard Bridge in order to permit navigation on the South Thompson River. This structure
proved very satisfactory and operated perfectly throughout the season.
Kamloops District.
The only reconstruction-work in this district during the fiscal year was done by rural relief
workers. The Department of National Defence did not take over the relief camps until
December, when it became necessary for them to increase the capacity of the existing camps.
Most of the relief-work undertaken was on the North Thompson Highway, where widening
was carried out at Rayleigh, Chinook Cove, Barriere, Mount Olie, Black Pool, and Clearwater.
In addition, during the season, 43 miles of gravel were laid down; reconstruction-work was also
carried out on the Kamlooops-Cache Creek and Kamloops-Merritt Roads.
No important bridge-work was done during the year, except repair-work on the Kamloops
East Bridge.    This work should prolong the life of this structure another four years. DISTRICT REPORTS. O 19
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4  (SIMILKAMEEN,  GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD,
AND NORTH AND SOUTH OKANAGAN ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Similkameen District.
The most important work carried on during the season was the further construction of the
Hope-Princeton Highway. This work during the season was done under the Department of
National Defence, four camps being operated.
With the limited funds available, all other work throughout the district consisted of maintenance, and all roads were kept in as good condition as was possible under such conditions.
During the season four bridges were reconstructed and eleven maintained.
During the winter months 472 miles of snow-ploughing were carried out at an average cost
of $4.39 per mile.
Grand Forks-Greenwood District.
The Department of National Defence did not commence any projects in this district during
the year and consequently no major work of any importance was undertaken. Maintenance-
work was carried out as efficiently as possible and the maximum amount of work done with
funds available.
The seven McRae Bridges, which were accidentally burned by a fire started by a locomotive
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company last summer, were replaced, the Railway Company
paying the full cost.    Six bridges were maintained during the year.
North and South Okanagan Districts.
As far as appropriations allowed, the road system was very fairly maintained, the greatest
use being made of labour in return for direct-relief allowances.
With the exception of the Edgewood-Vernon Road, traffic passed uninterruptedly throughout
the winter.
The Kelowna-Westbank Ferry maintained its regular schedule during the year.
Four miles of new construction on the Edgewood-Vernon Road were surfaced by relief
labour.
ENGINEERING  DISTRICT  No.  5   (REVELSTOKE,   ROSSLAND-TRAIL,  NELSON,
CRESTON, AND KASLO-SLOCAN ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Maintenance of Roads.—The regular maintenance-work was carried out on trunk, main,
local, and mining roads, and assistance was given from the Department of Mines on repairing,
maintaining, and improving a considerable mileage of roads used largely by mining interests.
Snowfall was much lighter than usual, although the nature of the weather made it difficult
to keep the roads in fair condition for any length of time. Every effort was made to open those
roads which give access to mining operations.
Very little trouble was experienced on the paved sections of the Schofield Highway, or on
the China Creek Diversion of the Castlegar-Trail Road, and, outside of spring repairs, practically
no maintenance expenditures were necessary on these two projects.
On the Rossland-Cascade Road very little surfacing was done, and the work was confined
to ditching, grading, and general repairs.
Maintenance of Bridges and Ferries.—Taghum Bridge, a steel structure over the Kootenay
River, was sand-blasted and thoroughly cleaned and finished throughout with aluminium paint.
Much trouble was experienced with high water during the period June 14th to 26th and,
although thirty bridges were threatened, no major structures were lost. Considerable damage
was done to No. 9, Illecillewaet Bridge, in the Revelstoke District, necessitating a new pile pier
and pile protection ;  also reconstruction of the south approach.
Similarly, the Castlegar and Nelson Ferries escaped damage despite the high water in the
West Arm of Kootenay Lake and the Columbia River in June. The towers of the 12-Mile Ferry
on the Arrowhead Road were damaged, however, and new foundations, towers, and anchor-blocks
were constructed ;  new cable-carriers were installed.
Ferries generally in the district were operated regularly throughout the year.
Reconstruction and Improvement.—During June and July, 1933, the various relief camps
were taken over by the Department of National Defence and the following projects were undertaken or continued on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway:   Reconstruction of Goatfell to O 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
Creston section; diversion at Longbeach on Nelson-Balfour section ; revision west of Lambert's
Hill at Taghum; reconstruction on both sides of Slocan River at Shoreacres; reconstruction of
Castlegar-Trail section. Work was also performed from four camps between Salmo and Nelway
on the Nelson-U.S. Boundary Road. On the Big Bend section of the Trans-Canada Highway,
600 feet of new road were constructed at the big slide which occurred at Mile 14 from Revelstoke,
and iy2 miles of the existing road were widened to 22 feet, several curves being eliminated;
a 68-foot King-truss span was constructed at Mile 4.
In addition to the foregoing, the Province has in operation near Sirdar a camp for married
men working in lieu of direct relief, and during the past fiscal year 1.1 miles of standard road
in heavy side-hill country have been completed, including the replacing of 160 feet of framed
trestle by culvert and fill amounting to 16,000 cubic yards.
Men employed in lieu of direct relief also carried out standardization-work at points along
the route of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Goatfell and Castlegar, and the
improvement, as a result of their work, was very noticeable.
In the Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District a road diversion was completed on Nelson-Kaslo Road
at Fletcher Creek, connecting to a new bridge, on revised alignment, and eliminating what was
previously a bad curve at the north side of the creek crossing.
Between Passmore and Rosebery, a distance of 48 miles, several dangerous curves and
narrow stretches of road were widened, and the standardization of the New Denver-Rosebery
section was continued.
In the vicinity of Nakusp, and on the Columbia River Road between Nakusp and Fauquier,
much-needed improvements, such as widening, filling old bridges, and reducing curvature, were
carried out.
Bridges.—No large structures were built during the year; bridge-work carried out included
the erection of one 60-foot span King truss on pile piers with pile-trestle approach over the North
Fork of the Salmon River at Salmo; also renewal of standard pile trestle at West Creston and
Rykerts and frame trestle on concrete footings at Fletcher Creek.
Protection-work.—In the Revelstoke District 480 feet of mattress were constructed to protect
the river-bank adjacent to Bridge No. 80 over the Illecillewaet River at Revelstoke; 250 feet
of protection to the river-bank adjacent to 24-Mile Ferry, Hall's Landing, were also built. On the
Eagle River, y2 mile east of Cambie, 125 feet of mattress were constructed.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6  (CRANBROOK, FERNIE, AND COLUMBIA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Highways (Reconstruction and Improvement)—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Near
Goatfell a %-m ile section of reconstruction was completed and surfaced with crushed gravel and,
to improve alignment at Mile 2 north of Yakk, a %-mile diversion, mostly in solid rock, was
commenced and partly completed. Between Cranbrook and Lumberton a 1-mile diversion was
completed and surfaced ; also near Wardner the highway was straightened by a short diversion.
From Fernie towards Hosmer approximately 7 miles of widening, ditching, and resurfacing were
carried out and between Hosmer and Michel several miles of regravelling were completed.
The 9-mile section between Michel and the " Crow " is a Department of National Defence project.
Kootenay-Columbia Highway.—A number of minor regravelling jobs formed the chief
activity on this highway during the year.
Trans-Canada Highway.—Construction of this highway from Donald to the Canoe River is
being carried out by the Department of the Interior, Canada, and reached a point approximately
73.5 miles from Golden before the close of the year; this department also commenced work
on the section between Moberly and Donald, completing approximately 4 miles of new grade up
to December 16th, when camps closed down. Married relief workers from the vicinity provided
the labour, the equipment being supplied by the Department of Public Works. A new location
was surveyed covering the whole project.
Between Golden and the Park Boundary at Leanchoil, improvement was made at several
points by widening.
Other Highivays.—No major reconstruction was carried out on district roads, the work
which could be done with available funds being chiefly of a maintenance character.
Four miles of the Cranbrook-Kimberley Road were resurfaced with crushed gravel; a few
short sections of the Elko-Newgate Road were widened and regravelled;  some new gravel was DISTRICT REPORTS. O 21
laid on the Coal Creek Road and a few sharp curves were widened; on the Corbin Road work
consisted chiefly of ditching and some regravelling. All the more heavily travelled local roads
were regraded from time to time as necessary.
Department of National Defence Relief Projects.—The Department of National Defence took
over the relief camps on June 12th, closing down the most of them and opening up new projects
to suit its requirements. The two camps at Ryan and Tochty, on the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway, where most of the work had been completed, were amalgamated to form a new project
on the Curzon-Kingsgate Highway, which connects the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway with
the United States highway system at Kingsgate. Approximately 4.5 miles of reconstruction on
this project are under way and well on towards completion. A new project between Kimberley
and Wasa consisted of a 4.5-mile section of reconstruction, two camps being erected, for which
purpose the old camps, located at Wardner and Moyie respectively, were utilized. Some of the
equipment was moved from the Yoho Camp for use on this project. The grading-work is completed and an extension of 1 mile has been made in order to provide a better tie in to the existing
highway near Ta Ta Creek. A survey has been made to improve approximately 1% miles of
the Kootenay-Columbia Highway in the vicinity of this project, which work the Department of
- National Defence expects to undertake as soon as the project under way is completed.
A new project was commenced on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at Aldridge
during the winter, where a 3-mile diversion is laid out. No work has been commenced on the
grading, the camp being under construction. At Roosville a 3-mile section of new construction
was commenced later in the year; this project forms a cut-off between the Elko-Roosville
and the Waldo-Gateway Roads; progress on this work, which is of a very heavy nature, is
very fair. At Crowsnest the existing camp was enlarged to the Department of National Defence
standard and the one at McGinnis's was moved to a point near the Corbin Road Junction, from
which point it will be possible to work over the 9-mile section between Michel and Crowsnest.
A relocation has been made of the whole project, upon which very good progress has been made.
The camps were maintained at capacity throughout the winter, but unfortunately weather
conditions were unfavourable and the work was therefore retarded to some extent.
Surveys were made for all projects and the necessary field-work, staking-out, etc., was
carried out with a small location party.
Bridges.—There were no major renewals made during the year. New pile piers were driven
at Dutch Creek and Marian Creek Bridge was replaced with a log culvert and fill. General
repairs were made to all structures where absolutely necessary, some of the newer trusses being
tightened up and adjusted.
Floods.—High water did a considerable amount of damage to highways, but, with one
exception, the bridges stood the test remarkably well. The chief damage was occasioned by
the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers, both of which rose to within a few inches of 1916 flood-levels.
The west pier of the crossing at Skookumchuck was washed out, the span being saved and held
until such time as repairs could be effected. Dutch Creek broke over its banks and did much
damage to the near-by main highway, which had to be closed for two weeks. A new dyke,
y2 mile long, was constructed in conjunction with the Canadian Pacific Railway, and this
effectively turned the creek into a new channel.
Snow-removal and General Maintenance.—Winter work consisted chiefly of snow-removal,
but, where possible, rock-work was carried out by relief crews. Unusually heavy snow was
experienced in Columbia District, where ploughing was continuous during December. A snow-
slide occurred- on the Great Northern Railway grade west of Fernie which necessitated the
highway being closed to traffic for a few weeks. Snowfall was about the same as in the previous
year, but the absence of drifting greatly assisted in minimizing ploughing generally. A sufficient
supply of labour was available for all works and a very excellent showing was made all round.
Close co-operation with all officials of the Department of National Defence was maintained.
Rock-crushing plants were operated at Cranbrook and Fernie with extremely good results.
All equipment was overhauled as required at respective garages.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7  (PRINCE RUPERT,  SKEENA, AND ATLIN
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Maintenance of Highways and Bridges.—The fullest possible use was made of all relief
labour available, consisting of men on direct relief working out their allowances. There are
practically no recipients of relief in the Telegraph Creek and North Atlin Districts. O 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
Special attention was given to maintenance of suspension bridges in checking up their
camber and adjusting where necessary; the bridges so treated were: The Copper River suspension on the Terrace-Usk Road; the Haguelgate Bridge on the main highway out of Hazelton;
the Skeena River suspension bridge on the Kispiox Road; the Kitsault suspension at Alice Arm,
and another suspension bridge over the Kitsault about 17 miles from Alice Arm.
Delkatla Bridge on Queen Charlotte Islands was maintained with some difficulty during
the year and a complete renewal commenced in March, 1934. The steel bridge at Terrace was
repainted and the floor, which was getting in very bad shape, was maintained until funds could
be obtained for renewal in April.
Slides and floods did a considerable amount of damage. The new bridge over Boundary
Creek on the Premier Mine Road was damaged by a snowslide and was repaired. Several bridges
on the trails north of Terrace and Hazelton went out, as well as the one over the Cranberry
River, but funds are not yet available for their renewal.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—No new construction-work was carried out on
the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway. The new Hazelton Diversion was continued, mostly
by relief workers, and is now about 75 per cent, completed ; 2 miles of this diversion were
gravel-surfaced.
In North Atlin a new diversion was made on the Spruce Creek Road. This was in the
nature of a cut-off to save several miles of a roundabout way for placer-miners operating on
Spruce Creek.
On Queen Charlotte Islands a short diversion of the road was made near the hospital at
Queen Charlotte City.
Bridges Constructed and Reconstructed.—The reconstruction of Delkatla Bridge was commenced, creosoted piling being used as this is a very bad place for teredo.
Three trestle bridges were renewed on the Stewart-Hyder Road. These represented a
combined length of 829 feet and cost $10.30 per lineal foot. A new bridge was built over the
Little Muddy River, Dease Lake country, for mining purposes. Gull Creek Bridge, near Cedar-
vale, was renewed.
Ferries.—With the exception of the closing of the Pacific Ferry on January 31st, 1934, no
change was made in the usual services on the Skeena and Nass Rivers.
Unemployment Relief.—In Prince Rupert there were some demonstrations in the way of
parades and delegations making certain demands, but, on the whole, a better spirit prevailed
than in the previous year and men became more willing to work out their relief, being employed
for the most part on maintenance of and improvements to the Court-house grounds.
In Skeena District about 200 single men and 200 married men with 500 dependents were on
direct relief, in return for which maintenance-work was carried out.
In South Atlin snow-removal and other maintenance jobs were done by relief labour, and
on Queen Charlotte Islands and at Osland, Oona River, Jap Inlet, Port Simpson, and Port
Essington, practically all relief was worked off by men repairing streets, roads, trails, sidewalks,
and making drainage-ditches.
Contracts.—A contract was let for the renewal of fender-piles on the Provincial Government
wharf at Prince Rupert;  the work was successfully carried out at a cost of $710.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was especially heavy in the South Atlin District and much ploughing was also necessary in the Skeena District to keep the main highways and industrial roads
open. The 7 miles of road out of Prince Rupert had to be kept clear of snow on account of the
extensive cordwood operations along its route.
Trails.—A survey of Mount Oldfield Trail was made in preparation for trail-construction by
the Department of National Defence, but, so far, no such relief projects have been undertaken
in this district.
In the matter of the very extensive mileage of trails in this northern country, no systematic
programme can be' attempted with the funds available; it has been necessary, in the case of
trunk trails, to take up each case strictly on its present requirements and then work in conjunction with those most interested. The Department of Mines has given very material assistance
in this work, not only in providing part of the funds, but also in advising on the particular need
of the work to be done. DISTRICT REPORTS. O 23
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8   (FORT GEORGE AND  OMINECA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Roads.—No construction-work of any magnitude was undertaken and the work in the district
consisted chiefly of keeping the main highways in a reasonable state of repair.
Two and one-half miles of new gravelling and 5 miles of regravelling were carried out in
the Fort George District, and 1.5 miles of new gravelling and 18 miles of regravelling in the
Omineca District. A 3-mile section of the No. 52 Nichol-Isle Pierre Road was reconstructed on
new location and 2 miles of new grading were carried out on the No. 24 Fort George-Chief Lake
Road.
Bridges.—The Fraser River Bridge at Prince George was refloored on both sides with plank,
this being laid longitudinally.
At Mile 30 on the Cariboo Road south, fourteen bents were driven and capped for a new
bridge on a super-elevated curve.   This structure will be completed during the fiscal year 1934-35.
Repairs were carried out on a number of small bridges.
Ferries.—A new 5-ton reaction ferry was built at Isle Pierre in the Fort George District,
and a similar one at Engen (Braeside Ferry) in the Omineca District.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 9 (CARIBOO AND PART OF LILLOOET
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Maintenance of Roads.—As funds available for maintenance were greatly reduced, maintenance was chiefly concentrated on the principal highways, only absolutely essential work being
done on the side-roads. On the whole, very satisfactory results were obtained up to the fall,
when funds were exhausted in spite of great economy exercised. Consequently the roads in some
portions of the district had to be left in a rutted condition throughout the winter.
Minor improvements were made to some considerable extent on the Main Cariboo Road.
Extremely trying snow conditions were met with on the Barkerville and the Bridge River
Roads. While only a normal snowfall had to be cleared, the lack of equipment required for
speedy and effective clearing made the work of keeping these roads open more difficult and costly
than would otherwise have been the case. However, with the exception of a few occasions when
the roads were closed for a few hours, they were successfully kept open for traffic, as also was
the Cariboo Main Road.
Improvements and Reconstruction of Roads.—Some marked improvements were carried out,
having regard to the limited funds available, principally in the nature of small diversions to
improve alignment, and regravelling. Reconstruction-work was continued on the Soda Creek-
Williams Lake Road for a distance of 2.72 miles, to a standard width of 22 feet.
Barkerville Road was greatly improved ; fifty-five blind turns and narrow spots were widened
to 20 feet in 45 miles, over a total length of 4.86 miles, and 7.5 miles were regravelled. In
addition, several turn-outs were provided in Devil's Canyon. Bridge River Road received a
considerable amount of attention, much-needed widening being done at dangerous short curves,
also gravel put down in the most necessary places. A great deal of work remains to be done
on this road, having regard to the relatively large volume of traffic.
Six and one-quarter miles of new gravel were put down and 12 miles of gravel were renewed.
Protection-work.—Work was carried out on the Narrows at Likely; a blockage of the lake
at the point, due to a dam giving way two years ago and washing down boulders and gravel, had
resulted in the channel being filled. A further effort was made in January of this year to blast
out a new channel, the undertaking meeting with success and the expressed satisfaction of local
residents, who had been seriously affected financially by the conditions that prevailed, owing to
their inability to pass their boats up the Narrows, as they were able to do before the dam
went out.
Bridges.—No new major bridges were built. Several bridges were replaced, including a
60-foot King-truss span over Keithley Creek and 40-foot King-truss spans over Beaver Creek
and Duck Creek. Maintenance-work essential for the public safety was done where required,
but. owing to lack of funds, a number of bridges were repaired temporarily instead of being
replaced.
Ferries. Ferries were given requisite attention and service was satisfactorily and efficiently
maintained as in previous years. O 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
Unemployment Relief.—Very little improvement in the employment situation was shown over
the previous year. It was anticipated that there would be a falling-off in unemployment due to
the mining boom absorbing labour, but, while there was some lightening of the load in this
respect, to offset this farming conditions were not any better, so that in the fall many were
obliged to apply for relief. Men on relief were employed on projects near their homes, good
work being obtained, but until some policy of concentration in camps is adopted an efficient
return for the relief afforded cannot be expected.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 10 (PEACE RIVER DISTRICT).
Roads.—Approximately 20 miles of new road-construction were carried out in the district,
consisting of clearing, grubbing, and grading; about 8 miles of this were graded under the relief
programme. The appropriation did not allow for any extensive work being carried out, the
maintenance appropriation being expended principally in supervision of relief workers and in
maintaining the existing trunk roads.
Bridges.—The approaches to the Beatton River Bridge were carried away by ice for the third
time. The trestle approach has now been replaced by a King-truss span and the piers reinforced
with boiler-plate. An important bridge project in this district was the construction "of the High
Level Bridge over Dawson Creek, 836 feet long, with a maximum height of 120 feet.
Machine-shop.—A machine-shop was constructed at Pouce Coupe at a cost of $2,000.
Unemployment Relief.—The work carried out under this heading was mainly the slashing
and clearing of road allowances and other necessary work within a reasonable distance of the
settlers' homes. It was not considered economical to construct camps or collect these men at
any point to carry out major work. CARIBOO ROAD—TRAFFIC.
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1933, to March 31st, 1934.
BRIDGES.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount of
Tender.
Remarks.
Removal of Old Bridge Truss on Duck Island, near Marpole :
McKenzie Barge and Derrick Co., Vancouver	
Soucie & Bronson, Vancouver	
Joseph Lawrence, Vancouver	
FERRIES.
Ferry Landing at Fulpord Harbour, Saltspring Island :
Renewal of Pile Dolphins:
James McDonald Construction Co., Ltd	
Victoria Pile Driving Co., Ltd	
Bowen Island Ferry :
Annual Subsidy for Operation of Privately-owned Ferry:
Higgs Gabriola Ferry, Ltd	
Sannie Transportation Co., Ltd	
G. A. Broder	
C. H. Hodgers and W. J. Lindsey	
Goose Island Fisheries, Ltd	
Pacific & Foreign Navigation Co., Ltd	
* Note.—This firm was operating prior to calling for tenders
Arrowhead-Beaton Ferry :
Annual Subsidy for Operation of Privately-owned Ferry:
Beaton Boat Co., Ltd	
$235.00
570.00
750.00
Awarded.
$455.00
471.00
Subsidy payable by
Govt., nil; amount
payable to Govt.,
10 per cent, of
gross takings.
Subsidy payable by
Govt., nil; amount
payable to Govt.,
nil.
Subsidy payable by
Govt., nil; amount
payable to Govt.,
nil:
Subsidy payable by
Govt., nil; amount
payable to Govt.,
nil.
Subsidy   payabl'e   by
Govt., $1,000 ;
amount payable to
Govt., nil.
Subsidy   payable   by
Govt., $2,500 ;
amount payable to
Govt., nil.
Subsidy   payable   by
Govt., $7,000.
Awarded.
Awarded.* Five-year
     charter
from April 1st,
1934.
Awarded.    Five-year
     charter
from  August  1st,
1933. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
O 35
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act," Chapter 24 of the Statutes of
British Columbia, 1930.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1934.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary
Secondary.
City Municipalities.
Alberni	
Armstrong	
Courtenay	
Cumberland	
Duncan	
Enderby	
Grand Forks 	
Greenwood	
Kaslo	
Ladysmith	
Merritt-	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam —
Port Moody	
Salmon Arm	
District Municipalities
Burnaby	
Chilliwack.
Coldstream
Coquitlam..
Delta..
33r
76a
39b
34r
33b
32r
3b
54b
34b
35b
71b
3Cr
44r
43r
78r
68r
73r
75a
74a
53r
20r
75r
19r
57r
42b
37r
23b
80b
Ir
14r
17b
62a
14b
22b
8r
Or
61b
62b
52a
18r
67r
10b
14b
15b
80r
68a
69a
40b
Canadian Highway	
River Road	
Beaver Creek Road	
Vernon—Salmon Arm	
Armstrong-Salmon Arm 	
Island Highway	
Cumberland   Road   and   Union
Street	
Comox Road	
Dunsmuir Avenue	
Courtenay-Cumberland Road
(Fourth Street)	
Island Highway	
Vernon-Salmon Arm	
Trans-Provincial	
Trans-Provincial	
Nelson-Kaslo	
Island Highway	
Merritt-Spences Bridge	
Merritt-Kamloops	
Merritt-Princeton	
Canadian Highway	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Central Arterial	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
loco-Port Moody	
Clarke Road	
Trans-Provincial	
Salmon Arm—Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Trans-Provincial (Kingsway)...
Hastings—Barnet	
Central Arterial	
Grandview-Douglas	
North Road (west half)	
Riverway (Marine Drive)	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)...
Rosedale Ferry Road	
Vedder Mountain	
Sardis Road	
Monashee Road (White Valley).
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Central Arterial 	
Coquitlam Road	
North Road (east half)	
Clarke Road	
Ladner Marsh Road	
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu
Road)	
Scott Road (western portion)....
Boundary Bay Road	
Arterial-
Primary....
Secondary
Arterial—
Secondary
Arterial....
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial....
Arterial....
Arterial....
Arterial....
Arterial-
Arterial....
Arterial.—
Primary....
Primary....
Arterial—
Arterial-
Arterial.—
Arterial.—
Arterial-
Secondary
Arterial-
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial-
Arterial....
jYrterial—.
Primary....
Secondary
Secondary.
Arterial-
Arterial—.
Secondary.
Secondary
Primary....
.'Arterial....
Arterial-
Arterial....
Secondary.
Secondary
Arterial....
Primary....
Primary....
Secondary
2.00
1.50
1.33
0.90
1.11
2.40
1.75
0.73
0.63
1.00
1.63
3.25
3.70
4.05
2.65
0.90
4.22
6.38
6.15
15.27
2.25
1.96
3.53
6.14
1.85
1.60
1.53
1.21
5.43
9.00
9.00
5.15
0.43
0.90
1.10
1.05
0.36
0.21
1.06
0.69
0.21
1.40
3.30
6.00
3.65
1.40
1.12
7.80 O 36
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1934—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Delta..
Fraser Mills..
Kent	
Langley	
Maple Ridge..
Matsqui..
Mission-
North Cowichan..
North Vancouver..
Peachland.
Penticton...
Pitt Meadows..
Richmond..
Saanich..
Salmon Arm..
Spallumcheen..
Sumas..
87b
76r
26r
60a
3r
77r
71b
22r
59r
69r
73b
4b
12r
23r
94b
77b
96b
31r
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
40r
42r
86b
29b
21r
92b
78b
74b
75b
79b
66b
50b
84 b
70b
28r
29k
52r
30r
57a
85b
38r
24b
26b
76b
63r
62r
32b
6r
7r
61r
Parts of Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue	
Central Arterial	
Trans-Provincial   (Deroche—
Agassiz Road and Agassiz
Ferry Road)	
Harrison Hot Springs	
Trans-Provincial	
Aldergrove-Bellingham	
McLellan Road	
Trans-Provincial	
Port Hammond Loop	
Port Haney Loop	
River Road and Dewdney Trunk
Road	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)—.
Abbotsford-Mission	
Trans-Provincial ...
Silverdale—Mission	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Cedar Valley Road	
Island Highway	
Cowichan Lake Road	
Quamichan Lake Road	
Dollarton Highway	
Marine Drive (Robson Road)....
Mountain Highway	
Peachland-Kelowna	
Summerland-Penticton-OIiver
Road	
Fairview Road   (Green Mountain Road to Keremeos)	
Penticton-Naramata	
Trans-Provincial   (Dewdney
Trunk Road)	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road	
Harris Road	
Harris Road	
Hammond Road	
McNeil Road	
No. 5 Road	
Woodward Highway	
Steveston Highway	
No. 19 Road	
Island Highway	
Quadra St. and Saanich Road-
West Saanich Road	
East Saanich Road	
Verdier Avenue	
Keating Cross-road	
Trans-Provincial	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie	
Canoe Road	
Vernon-Salmon Arm	
Vernon-Kamloops	
Armstrong—Salmon River	
Trans-Provincial	
Abbotsford-Huntingdon	
Yale Road	
Arterial	
0.78
13.82
Arterial	
10.82
4.04
Secondary	
Arterial	
12.46
Arterial	
2.00
Arterial	
0.74
Secondary	
Arterial	
7.88
Arterial	
5.45
Arterial	
9.10
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
13.00
Secondary.—.
Secondary	
7.16
Arterial	
4.59
Secondary	
Secondary
Arterial	
3.23
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
5.89
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
1.70
3.65
Arterial	
10.00
Arterial	
9.00
Secondary	
Arterial	
8.25
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
12.75
Arterial	
4.90
Secondary	
11.68
Arterial	
2.54
Arterial*	
13.60
2.37
2.50
4.73
1.00
0.77
0.52
1.10
10.80
4.66
15.50
2.00
4.25
1.73
0.94
5.50
3.50
1.90
1.70
0.90
2.00
6.28
2.90
6.54
2.00
4.20
6.25
3.25
7.10
* Classification to be rescinded upon completion of construction of highway in new location. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
O 37
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1934—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Sumas	
Summerland..
Surrey	
West Vancouver..
Village Municipalities.
Abbotsford	
Burns Lake	
Creston	
Gibsons Landing-
Hope	
Mission..
Quesnel....
Smithers..
Stewart—
Terrace.—
Tofino	
Vanderhoof..
Williams Lake..
59b
60b
41r
15r
2r
13r
61a
89b
90b
69b
67a
71a
72a
5r
11r
49r
65a
45r
70r
46r
SIR
25e
24r
93b
97b
47r
50e
58b
72r
51r
07b
98b
48r
64b
79r
Vye Road	
Vedder Mountain	
Penticton-Kelowna	
Peach Arch Highway	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)..
Pacific Highway	
Scott Road (eastern portion)....
Johnston Road	
Campbell River Road	
McLellan Road	
Marine Drive	
Nelson Avenue	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)....
Abbotsford—Mission	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road)
Pender Harbour Highway	
Trans-Provincial (WaterStreet)
Hope-Princeton	
Trans-Provincial   (Dewdney
Trunk Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission Rd. (Home
Avenue and Harbour Street)
Seventh Street and Grand Avenue	
Cedar Valley  Road   (easterly
half)	
Cariboo Road	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road	
Stewart—Bear River Highway....
Prince Rupert Highway	
Kalum Street	
Tofino—Ucluelet Road	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Fort St. James Highway	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Rd.
Secondary..
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary-
Secondary..
Secondary-
Primary	
Primary	
Primary..
Arterial-
Arterial..
Arterial-
Primary-
Arterial-
j\rterial..
Arterial-
Arterial..
Arterial..
Arterial..
Secondary..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
8.60
5.60
12.20
9.55
0.50
0.35
0.53
0.83
0.80
0.98
1.52
1.40
0.56
1.29
1.45
1.78
1.07
0.52
0.54
1.00
7.60
11.13
0.41
0.40
0.18
3.00
3.75
9.80
2.50
2.50
0.70
0.50
1.35
0.50
1.17
Summari
City Municipalities	
District Municipalities-
Village Municipalities...
Total classified mileage	
Deduct for duplicate mileage—
North Road in Burnaby and Coquitlam Municipalities	
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey Municipalities	
Cedar Valley Road in Mission District and Mission Village-
Net total classified mileage _	
29.55
262.73
15.12
4.34
59.49
0.18
6.01
141.74
4.22
307.40
307.40
64.01
5.15
58.86
151.97
1.40
0.50
150.07 O 38
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03  STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 41
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 152. Minister's Office  $9,462.95
Vote 153. Administration     144,962.89
Vote 154. Maintenance, Parliament Buildings and Grounds  127,275.36
Vote 155. Government House   17,934.62
Vote 160. Repairs to Government Buildings  (except Parliament Buildings and Government House)  176,242.28
Vote 162. Electrical Energy Inspection  12,178.80
Total, Votes 152-155 and 160, 162        $488,056.90
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Vote 156. Roads     $821,488.36
Bridges    194,187.93
Ferries     156,443.34
Traffic Operation and Snow Service   9,781.50
Launch  1,767.46
Maintenance of Paved Highways   54,621.97
Right-of-way Agent's Office   4,180.87
Plant and tools, generally   2,600.78
$1,245,072.21
Wharves  (credit balance)   4,828.86
Total, Vote 156       1,240,243.35
Vote 118. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  $33,538.16
Vote 158. Grant, Matsqui Dyking District—River-bank Protection   1,075.33
Vote 159. Grant, Richmond District—River-bank Protection   4,092.03
Vote 159a. Grant, Kent Municipality—Drainage   450.00
Vote 159b. Grant, Dewdney Dyking Commission—Pumping Charges   2,500.00
Vote 156a. Ashcroft Bridge—Hoist Claim   695.00
Vote 157. Local Roads within Organized Territory   1,796.91
 44,147.43
Capital Account (Roads and Bridges).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a)-—
Roads   $4,658.15
Bridges  (refunds)     96.60
  4,561.55
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads          $14,933.59
Bridges   7,958.72
  22,892.31
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) —
Bridges   $2,360.16
Roads (refunds)   37.07
  2,323.09
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(a) —
Roads   $2,505.74
Bridges   296.47
 2,802.21
"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (&) —
Roads          $17,091.54
Bridges  29,292.89
  46,384.43
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)—Trails to Mineral Areas   12,511.43
Capital Account, Unemployment Relief—
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)         $27,958.26
"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)         420,382.75
" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6         890,875.66
Total, Capital Account, " Unemployment Relief Act "       1,339,216.67
Carried fonvard    $3,203,139.37
4 O 42 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Capital Account (Roads and Bridges)—Continued.
Brought fonvard    $3,203,139.37
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "     $1,582,813.06
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "          714,728.84
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act"       2,297,541.90
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "—Relief Land Settlement Plan   7,342.24
Capital Expenditure (Buildings).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   $406.44
" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6   14,897.68
Total, Capital Account  (Buildings)  15,304.12
$5,523,327.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
O 43
EOADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $8,572.84
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief    9,958.99
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  856.65
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   9,424.25
Total, Unemployment Relief      $28,812.73
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reo. No.
1. Beaver Creek  $111.97
103. Beaver Creek Wharf   86.91
66. Bamfield trails   101.50
10. Central Lake   70.33
100. Canadian Highway  3,490.66
109. Church     72.52
125. Coombs    59.77
111. Departure  Bay  83.47
117. Errington Cross-road  101.79
121. Grafton Avenue   59.63
33. Holberg-Cape Scott   260.33
82. Home Lake   74.10
158. Hilliers    320.53
156. Island Highway   3,827.64
38. Lake Shore   50.05
128. Marine Drive   98.58
252. McGirr     50.90-
137. Northwest Bay   70.75
51. Quatsino  :  69.79
213. Qualicum     55.37
222. Qualicum Settlement  170.17
41. Rutherford  50.02
185. Station     72.00
154. Turner   90.24
18. Ucluelet-Tofino   498.33
Sundry roads and trails   (units under $50)  525.71
Supervision     2,936.73
Haulage-truck Account  3,812.91
Tools and Plant Account   455.92
$17,728.62
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways :   Classified
Highways.
33r. Canadian Highway   (arterial)    $11.25
53r. Canadian Highway  (arterial)    11.25
5b. River Road (secondary highway)    132.00
39b. Beaver Creek Road  (secondary highway)    63.00
$217.50
Total, Vote 156—Roads Trails, etc       17,946.12
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
15. Thompson   $150.00
19a. Sebastian    50.00
37. Mosquito Creek   52.00
42. Fletcher   100.00
43. Morrison  -  50.00
50. Coombs    100.00
69. Gay     75.00
69b. Gilbert   50.00
Carried fonvard - ■• -  $627.00    $46,758.85 O 44 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $627.00    $46,758.85
Reg. No.
193. Spruce River   143.86
325. Goodall    100.00
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  115.00
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
92. Roger Creek (Arterial 33r)   $50.00
93. Kitsuksus  (Secondary 5b)    120.00
$170.00
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,155.86
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
100. Canadian Highway        $1,383.29
158. Hilliers Road   30.58
156. Island Highway        6,095.28
$7509.15
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways :   Classified
Highways.
33r. Canadian Highway  (arterial)    $25.00
53r. Canadian Highway  (arterial)    43.35
$68.35
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         7,577.50
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Myra Creek Trail   $100.00
Zeballos Trail  900.00
Mineral Creek Trail   150.00
W.W.W. Group Trail   75.00
Wreck Bay Trail   75.00
Trail from Toquart Harbour   50.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,350.00
Total expenditure, Alberni District  ,     $56,842.21
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
16. Atlin streets   $50.00
13. O'Donnel   155.00
15. Ruby Creek  634.00
17. Spruce Creek   409.00
Plant and tools   518.42
Garage and Auto " C "   289.70
Material and supplies  329.87
Sundry roads (units under $50)   69.00
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       $2,454.99
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
26. McKee, No. 1   $201.00
15. Pine Creek   72.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   78.50
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance  351.50
Carried forward       $2,806.49 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE: O 45
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward       $2,806.49
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
27. Big Horn, Taku Arm   $150.00
14. Otter Creek (upper area)   248.40
17. Spruce Creek Cut-off   498.70
22. Wilson Creek Trail   450.90
23. Wright Creek   199.60
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,547.60
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)         $4,354.09
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Trails to
Mineral Areas.
160. United Empire Trail  $1,000.00
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas        $1,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $2,829.53
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
"Relief   2,191.65
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   123.90
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   973.09
Total, Unemployment Relief          6,118.17
Vote 15C—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
103. Alice Arm Shore   $381.25
70. Bitter Creek Main Trail   100.80
63. Bear River   240.80
Bear River Protection   78.40
80. Georgia River   58.80
81. Grease Harbour-Cranberry  '.  252.70
83. Illiance     131.25
75. Kitsault  (North-east Fork)    833.75
84. Kitsault  (Dolly Varden Railway)     608.05
62.  Sand Lake   443.05
226. Silver City Trail   88.60
66. Salmon River  75.60
101. Stewart-Hyder  73.63
Snow-removal  1,269.97
Supervision   6,340.09
Garage   550.27
Material and supplies  119.33
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)    466.36
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       12,112.70
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
120. Alice Arm Suspension  .,  $243.00
82. Bear River  :  130.00
111. Boundary Creek   335.55
102. Kitsault Suspension   154.70
Kitsault (Dolly Varden Railway)   238.90
90-1-2. Stewart-Hyder     9,549.94
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   137.64
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance        10,789.73
Carried forward     $30,020.60 O 46 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $30,020.60
Vote 156—Ferries.
Reg. No.
2. Upper Nass-Grease Harbour   $576.00
Total, Vote 156—Ferries   576.00
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
70. Bitter Creek Main Trail   $100.80
177. Combine Fraction Trail   100.00
183. Dunwell Trail   102.20
184. Elkhorn Trail   30.00
70. Lucky Date Trail   100.10
137. Vanguard Trail   50.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  483.10
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)     $31,079.70
ATLIN DISTRICT   (STIKINE).
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
161. Clearwater    $196.25
51. Dease Lake  2,738.58
40. Shesley Trail   128.00
61. Telegraph streets   228.00
Sundry trails  (units under $50)    43.56
Plant and tools   80.73
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       $3,415.12
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   $48.00
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance   48.00
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
161. Clearwater    $170.00
41. Little Muddy River Trail   497.25
57. McDame Creek    300.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  967.25
Total expenditure, Atlin District  (Stikine)         $4,430.37
Total expenditure, Atlin District  $39,864.16
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
17r. Central Arterial Highway        $1,600.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $1,600.00
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Ir. Trans-Provincial   (Kingsway)     $2,041.13
Ir. Trans-Provincial   (Kingsway)    (storm-sewer)     617.73
14r. Hastings-Barnet   2,371.95
17r. Central Arterial Highway   313.33
Supervision     96.00
Plant and tools '.  363.36
Carried fonvard       $5,803.50      $1,600 00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 47
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $5,803.50      $1,600.00
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Roads.
Reg. No.
62a. Grandview-Douglas    $1,347.68
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc         7,151.18
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   $47.05
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance   47.05
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
14r. Hastings-Barnet   $266.67
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways   266.67
Total expenditure, Burnaby District       $9,064.90
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
38. Barkerville   $9,999.93
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $9,999.93
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932,". Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $5,902.73
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief   4,023.83
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   1,810.05
Total, Unemployment Relief        11,736.61
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Beaver Lake-Beavermouth  $53.00
3. Beaver Valley  54.60
5. Cariboo   4,343.82
10. Keithley  269.72
18. Likely     2,719.82
20. Armstrong     54.16
27. Blackwater-Mud River   144.20
32. Fraser   481.73
36. Barkerville-Antler  108.35
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake   146.27
38. Barkerville    11,133.44
45. Dragon Lake  (west)    91.75
46. Dragon Lake (east)   52.40
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   287.36
59. Quesnel-Nazko   543.65
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic     582.20
61. Soda Creek-Big Lake   77.40
63. Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake   138.75
73. Quesnel River Ferry   68.90
74. North Star   88.69
122. Terry Creek   250.00
123. Keithley-Yanks Peak  140.80
124. Miller  75.60
126. Cottonwood-Tertiary     60.65
161. LeBourdais   100.50
165. 10-Mile Lake   69.06
190. Norwood   81.20
Sundry roads (units under $50)    611.15
Carried forward  $22,829.17    $21,736.54 O 48
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued.
»      Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $22,829.17    $21,736.54
Supervision     4,585.10
Plant and tools   2,139.82
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       29,554.09
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
13. Bear River   $79.17
14. Bcavermouth     1,387.61
30. Beedy Creek, No. 2   123.85
37. Cunningham Pass   67.60
46. Duck Creek  1,889.92
57. Baity   52.00
59. Nuth    _  152.90
64. 18-Mile     609.47
70. 4-Mile, No. 2   62.77
71. 4-Mile, No. 3   67.47
90. Keithley Creek  2,513.54
112. Stevenson    822.02
127. Williams Creek, No. 2   169.88
129. Willow River, No. 2   315.05
130. Wingdam, No. 2   604.53
133. Little Cottonwood   747.28
136. Holt, No. 2   172.80
137. Crosina  525.47
183. Spanish Creek   333.75
266. Chisholm Creek   182.74
270. Wade   344.92
276. Cantin   50.40
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   404.68
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance        11,679.82
Vote 156—Ferries.
2. Fraser River-Alexandria   $1,403.63
3. Fraser River-Macalister    1,797.74
4. Fraser River-Soda Creek   1,652.33
5. Quesnel River-Gravel's    647.14
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          5,500.84
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail, Ahbau Lake to Moosehorn Creek  $25.20
Trail, Pine Grove Creek, near Beaver Pass House   15.05
Trail, Wingdam, near Sovereign Creek  100.80
Trail, Cedar Creek Dam to head of Meadows  25.20
Trail, Cariboo Lake to Harvey Creek  400.00
Cottonwood-Murray Creek Trail  124.95
Road to leases of O. W. Andreason, Keithley  150.00
Pine Creek-8-Mile Lake Road  9.60
Trail, Hixon Creek to Willow River  100.00
Road, Barkerville to Hurdy Claim  98.80
Barkerville-Stewart Creek Road  50.40
Coulter Creek Trail  75.00
Road, Barkerville to Mink Gulch  100.00
Road to property of Cariboo Central Mines, Inc., Barkerville  150.00
Road to Lamorna Mines 1 and 2, Soda Creek  100.10
Road to property of Richfield Cariboo Gold Mines, Ltd., Barkerville  150.00
Keithley-Likely to Keithley Road  215.80
Cariboo Mountain Gold Mines, Ltd  150.00
Road,   Sugar   Creek   Road   to   Cariboo   Coronado   Mining   Syndicate,
Barkerville     150.00
Black Bear Creek Trail  175.00
Carried forward  $2,365.90   $68,471.29 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 49
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,365.90    $68,471.29
Trail to property of Burns Mountain Gold Quartz Mines, Ltd  150.00
Antler Creek-Barkerville  299.55
Trail, 2-Mile Creek to Duck Creek  50.40
Road to property of Priority Syndicate Hydraulic  75.00
French Creek  57.00
Antler-Cunningham Creek  150.00
Road to placer property of M. Sundberg, Donovan Creek  50.40
Quesnel-Hydraulic     245.25
Trail from Cariboo Mountain Gold Mines  150.00
Road to property of Guyet Placers, Ltd  149.80
Road, Quesnel-Barkerville Road to Falck property..„  25.20
Road to Spanish Mountain from Likely  197.50
Terry Creek   250.00
Road, Cinema to Fraser River-Tertiary Mine  249.40
Hixon Creek  265.69
Stouts Gulch   249.75
Dragon Creek   151.20
Stony Lake Trail-Barkerville-Stony Lake  100.80
Beaver Pass-Willow River Trail  199.16
Victoria Creek Trail from Cottonwood  50.40
Cottonwood-San Juan Trail  50.40
Keithley-Yanks Peak   718.85  .
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         6,251.65
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)     $74,722.94
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
28. Williams Lake-Soda Creek  $98.15
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $98.15
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $3,738.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  :  6,734.63
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   5,213.20
Total, Unemployment Relief       15,086.31
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alexis-Nasko   $148.20
301. Anderson   50.25
3. Beaver Valley   319.21
304. Bear Lake  51.80
300. Big Creek   171.00
313. Bradley Creek   104.45
314. Bridge Lake  (north)    521.03
315. Buffalo-Horse Lake   119.70
318. Canim Lake   1,021.65
319. Canim Lake-Deka Lake   94.70
5. Cariboo Main   3,516.23
320. Chilcotin Main   3,264.52
328. Decker Lake  259.30
329. Dog Creek-Churn Creek   75.90
332. Eagle Creek  386.55
334. Empire Valley   75.63
15. Horsefly Mine   1,086.41
42. Horsefly-Horsefly Lake  94.60
78. Horseflv-Quesnel Lake -.  232.70
341. Homathko River   98.05
Carried fonvard  $11,691.88    $15,784.46 O 50 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $11,691.88    $15,784.46
Reg. No.
349. Knife Creek   50.20
353. Little Timothy Mountain   228.20
354. Lone Butte-Watch Lake   85.24
355. Lone Butte-Horse Lake  99.45
356. Miklesen Cut-off   50.00
358. Meldrum Creek-Fraser River   99.58
360. Misson   97.39
366. Mile 57-Gang Ranch   460.08
370. Mile 93-Lone Butte-Bridge Lake   1,860.91
371. Mile 100-Roe Lake   195.79
377. Mile Ill-Spring Lake   74.90
386. North Bonaparte—Bridge Lake   64.44
389. Pigeon   50.00
392. Redstone-Chezacut    359.35
393. Riske Creek-Gang Ranch   78.00
394. Riske Creek-Durrell   57.99
398. Spokin Lake   50.00
405. Tatlayoko  61.95
29. Upper Horsefly   189.02
407. Upper Dog Creek   120.70
28. Williams Lake-Soda Creek   5,879.05
411. Williams Lake-Canoe Creek   1,013.95
412. Williams Lake-150-Mile   368.40
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)    625.77
Plant and tools   2,211.24
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       26,123.48
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
333. Big Meadow   $50.40
7. China Cabin  50.24
359. Chimney Creek  61.59
78. Gravel Creek   430.52
418. Reserve   204.75
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    285.28
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,082.78
Vote 156—Ferries.
7. Woodjam  $89.16
Total, Vote 156—Ferries  ,  89.16
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
519. Archie Creek Trail   $50.00
518. Black Creek Trail   199.20
520. Black Creek-Club Creek Trail   100.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  349.20
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)     $43,429.08
Total expenditure, Cariboo District   $118,152.02
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  :       $2,169.38
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief           2,772.48
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "          1,951.36
Total, Unemployment Relief        $6,893.
99
Carried forward       $6,893.22 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 51
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward       $6,893.22
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
Abbotsford Townsite Subdivision   $461.93
6. Huntingdon Townsite   835.64
8. Columbia Valley    1,414.92
9. Chilliwack River   54.80
12. Sumas Mountain  94.25
16: Rosedale Ferry   258.25
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Matsqui)     2,112.17
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway   (Sumas)     10,385.51
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon  (Sumas)  371.59
8b. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Chilliwack)    1,625.10
9*R. Rosedale Ferry  (Chilliwack)    83.68
12r. Abbotsford-Mission  2,484.07
61r. Old Yale, Sumas   1,144.92
Vedder River (bank-protection)   1,049.90
Sundry roads (units under $50)    98.64
Plant and tools   3,725.47
Supervision  1,179.74
$27,380.58
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
61b. Vedder Mountain  $124.14
62b. Sardis    156.00
$280.14
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       27,660.72
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
6. Marshall Creek   $94.58
38. Frost Creek   88.94
55. Ferry Slough   235.48
57. Stewart Ditch   129.45
59. Ditch  108.74
62. Wilson Creek   124.27
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    29.62
$811.08
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
20. Vedder River (on 61b, Vedder Mountain Road)   28.80
Total, Vote 150—Bridges:   Maintenance   839.88
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Agassiz-Rosedale   $9,205.77
Total, Vote 156—Ferries         9,205.77
Vote 157—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Abbotsford Subdivision  (Townsite)     $1,197.67
Total, Vote 157—Local Highways within Municipal Limits          1,197.67
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Matsqui)    $548.29
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Chilliwack) -•... 517.62
Carried forward  $1,065.91    $45,797.26 O 52 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,065.91    $45,797.26
Reg. No.
12r. Abbotsford-Mission  94.83
Sundry roads (units under $50)   76.44
Total Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways          1,237.18
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District      $47,034.44
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (o) :   Unemployment
Relief    $9,080.36
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief    6,636.89
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   1,588.71
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   4,845.64
Total, Unemployment Relief     $22,151.60
Vote 156—-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway   $7,375.25
2. West Side   419.02
7. Campbell   211.53
11. Wilmer Pontoon   333.20
58. Sanborn  52.44
87. Golden-Yoho Park   2,306.28
100. Williamson   81.40
202. Third Avenue, Golden  77.00
203. Second Avenue, Golden   67.00
223. Columbia Avenue, Golden   73.86
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden   222.70
27G. Reeves  209.25
280. Golden-Big Bend  197.66
286. Burns Avenue, Canal Flats   97.20
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    430.26
Road Superintendent—
Salary and expenses  2,379.83
Auto   93.42
Office Account   2,050.53
Plant and tools  238.95
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       16,916.78
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
39. Canal Flat   $121.55
10. Canyon Creek   93.15
35. Dutch Creek   2,012.13
5. Horse Creek   145.50
4. Kicking Horse   166.89
212. Yoho  393.50
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   92.45
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,025.17
Vote 156—Ferries.
Donald  $180.74
Total, Vote 156—Ferries   180.74
$42 274 29
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads, refund  '    2.07
Total expenditure, Columbia District     $42,272.22 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 53
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
119. Minto  $134.31
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $134.31
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief   $8,553.49
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan ' Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief    13,468.71
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   3,460.82
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   5,960.13
Total, Unemployment Relief       31,443.15
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Alert Bay   $294.38
2. Anderton   83.43
3. Back     136.04
5. Burns  143.00
8. Comox   255.58
9. Cumberland     785.76
10. Headquarters   257.73
11. Royston   660.43
12. Bevan     55.29
13. Comox Lake  ,  131.33
14. Lazo  268.11
18. Condensory   56.81
38. Seaford    106.86
43. Gorge Harbour   61.30
48. Squirrel Cove   209.88
49. Campbell River  351.75
52. Lacon  529.68
60. Endall   176.21
64. Gainsberg    93.63
71. Hardy Bay  386.53
76. Central  139.57
78. Harwood   52.78
79. Mountain     54.56
93. Lake Trail   103.09
96. Little River   269.35
105. Dove Creek  167.74
107. Coleman     88.61
119.  Minto   156.92
125. McKelvie   52.44
131. Malcolm Island   131.25
137. Stephenson   212.58
151. Guthrie    89.00
162. Sayward    500.97
188. Heriot Bay   88.52
189. Hyacinth Bay    56.35
191. West     50.26
194. Smith   63.23
196. Island Highway   7,808.57
203. Marine Drive   144.17
222. McFarlan    94.84
224. Falls     106.22
267. Read Island   110.93
278. Prendergast     53.51
285. Tipton   116.37
296. Filberg  53-87
297. Nurmi    161.43
City of Cumberland  26.35
Sundry roads (units under $50)   1,292.23
54b. Secondary Highway, Courtenay   15.27
34b. Secondary Highway, Cumberland   62.49
35b. Secondary Highway, Cumberland  81.06
Carried forward  $17,448.26    $31,577.46 O 54 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $17,448.26    $31,577.46
Reg. No.
32r. Arterial Highway, Courtenay   513.31
Salaries   3,587.76
Travelling expenses   947.86
Office supplies   450.45
Plant and tools   2,484.88
. $25,432.52
3b. Secondary Highway, Courtenay, refund   28.47
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       25,404.05
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
10. Bunker  $174.24
37. Curran (rebuilding)   2,301.65
196. Trent   136.54
294. Perkins    86.21
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   775.40
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance         3,474.04
A^ote 156—Ferries.
Denman Island   $4,515.34
Total, Vote 156—Ferries         4,515.34
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
8. Comox Road  $377.99
9. Cumberland Road   1,900.06
11. Royston Road  1,339.24
13. Comox Lake Road   5.19
196. Island Highway   6,738.52
3b. Cumberland Road   260.73
32r. Island Highway   618.56
34b. Dunsmuir Avenue   5.30
35b. Fourth Street  1.65
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways        11,247.24
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
72. Kains Lake Trail   $99.99
174. Alice Lake Group Trail   50.40
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  150.39
Total expenditure, Comox District      $76,368.52
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $8,962.66
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933."   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief    16,057.05
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   15,057.72
Total, Unemployment Relief      $40,077.43
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
7. Bench     $63.80
8. Benson  99.38
10. Bennie-Yellow Point   68.43
Carried forward  $231.61    $40,077.43 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 55
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $231.61    $40,077.43
Reg. No.
23. Cowichan Lake  986.83
79. Doupe     58.10
39. Extension  126.40
50. Glenora   105.35
147. Hinks-Parry     57.38
132. Island Highway   5,016.76
61. Indian    129.30
62. Jingle Pot   98.03
70. Lakeside    70.62
68. Miller Bridge (fill)   850.00
69. Nanaimo Lakes  649.65
24. North Shore   341.38
98. Old Trunk    261.92
95. Old Koksilah   340.43
171. Pritchard     50.00
122. South Forks   70.00
27. South Shore   143.32
121. South Wellington  1,007.83
113. Sahtlam River   161.14
131. Takala   60.10
129. Thomas-Yellow Point  192.30
Sundry roads (units under $50)    678.20
Supervision   5,416.26
Haulage-truck Account  1,762.75
Tools and Plant Account   1,314.82
$20,180.48
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
31r. Island Highway  (arterial)    $1,333.96
68r. Island Highway  (arterial)    73.14
63a. Cowichan Lake (primary)    36.13
36b. Quamichan Lake (secondary)   121.32
$1,564.55
Total, Vote 156—Boads, Trails, etc        21,745.03
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
15. Clemclemlitz   $140.35
30. Duncan Wagon   110.96
38. Golding  77.60
40. Grant   155.96
44. Hill     288.42
48. Jingle Pot. No. 4   747.20
50. Jingle Pot, No. 2   179.60
51. Jingle Pot, No. 3   98.00
53. Keating's     364.79
64. Manson Creek   197.01
66. Millett  251.02
72. Hillbank    319.55
78. Canyon  99-85
115. Robertson River   153.43
119. Somenos     200.63
122. St. Ann's   192-75
135. Morden     583.19
168. Marriner's   201.39
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   138.25
Carried fonvard  $4,499.95    $61,822.46 O 56 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward.       $4,499.95    $61,822.46
Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
14. Chemainus (Arterial 31r)   $275.91
61. Mainguy  (Arterial 31r)     110.55
68. Miller (Arterial 31r)   25.00
103. Swallowfield  (Arterial 31r)    202.95
105. Coles (Arterial 31r)   71.97
156. Dunnings (Primary 63a)    105.14
$791.52
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          5,291.47
Vote 156—Ferries.
Gabriola     $24.12
Total, Vote 156—Ferries   24.12
Vote 157—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Bonsall and Crofton Roads   $400.00
Total, Vote 157—Local Highways within Municipal Limits   400.00
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
187. Hillcrest   J  $8.48
132. Island Highway    7,042.46
121. South Wellington   1,090.90
31r. Arterial   (Island Highway)     1,022.22
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         9,164.06
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail from Cowichan Lake to Silver Leaf Group   $200.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  200.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Neweastle District       $76,902.11
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (o) :   Unemployment
Relief   $14,992.26
Capital   Account—" B.C.   Loan   Act,   1933,"   Sec.   6:    Unemployment
Relief   23,739.80
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   8,928.35
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   15,095.36
Total, Unemployment Relief      $62,755.77
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  $12,389.65
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley   1,441.10
15. Kootenay-Columbia     1,207.59
17. Mission-Wycliffe   87.40
20. Torrent   65.25
24. Perry Creek   55.58
51. Cranbrook-Wycliffe     51.62
72. Pighin    119.20
Sundry roads (units under $50)   326.22
Garage   6,406.56
Plant and tools   1,819.72
Supervision  979.20
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       24,949.09
Carried forward     $87,704.86 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 57
CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $87,704.86
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
108. Alki Creek   $75.00
274. Brander     60.00
278. Cherry Creek   50.00
121. Edwards  99.20
20. Fort Steele   549.75
211. Irishman Creek  73.96
205. Matthew Creek   75.00
49. Old Town   65.00
286. Palmer Bar    100.00
100. Skookumchuck   950.00
35. St. Mary Lake   125.00
115. Ta Ta Creek  175.00
42. Wasa   50.00
77, 78. Westport    149.96
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   25.20
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance         2,623.07
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Branch to W.A.R. Placer Leases  $125.00
B. & V. Road  75.00
Fish Lake   100.00
Hellroaring Creek Trail   24.85
Weaver Creek Trail   24.85
Trail to Evans Group  49.70
Perry Creek   201.80
St. Mary Lake   100.00
Extension of Hellroaring Creek Trail   47.87
Trail to C. J. Sarin, Copper Lake   29.75
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  778.82
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District      $91,106.75
CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   $4,200.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Kuskonook-Gray Creek  $2,599.45
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Second Relief   $749.88
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :  Roads.
West Camp (at Longbeach)   $2,380.57
Trail-Pend d'Oreille   2,145.80
$4,526.37
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $12,075.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) :   Unemployment
Relief    $301.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   43,701.83
Carried forward  $44,002.83    $12,075.70
5 O 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard  $44,002.83    $12,075.70
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 30,197.30
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   23,877.25
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   25,481.45
Total, Unemployment Relief     123,558.83
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
5. Athabasca   $57.35
31. Carney's Mill   244.60
Connell  Subdivision   63.92
38. Creston-Goatfell    3,094.89
40. Creston-Kuskonook  2,600.40
41a. Creston-Porthill    332.56
43. Creston  (west)    177.35
48. East Robson (north)    299.12
52. Eureka Mine   64.40
4-Mile Bridge  (fill)    453.45
56. Fruitvale-Columbia  Gardens    71.50
58. Fruitvale Subdivision   50.00
63. Granite  (upper)    225.19
70. Harrop-Procter   332.45
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   1,367.67
100. Nelson-Balfour    5,602.56
101. Nelson-Castlegar   5,174.24
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary   5,277.43
104. Pass Creek   66.53
105. Porcupine  119.35
108. Queens Bay   62.68
109. Queens Bay-Ainsworth   119.82
110. Queens Bay-Balfour    349.76
112. Reno     222.80
114. Rosebud   89.00
117. Salmon River   250.00
118. Salmo streets   86.00
119. Salmo-Trail    1,137.85
121. Second Relief  266.25
122. Sheep Creek   1,607.88
16-Mile Bridge   (fill)     154.95
128. Slocan River   990.33
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   512.78
134. Varseveld  50.00
144. Ymir-Wilcox     50.77
Sundry roads  (units under $50)     386.34
Plant and tools  4,060.80
Supervision     5,105.80
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      41,178.77
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Arrow Creek   $736.76
16. Canyon     1,117.44
18. Carney's Mill, No. 2   3,511.35
31. East Robson (north), No. 6   58.38
37. Erickson    764.79
60. Upper Granite, No. 6   74.40
66. Harrop-Procter, No. 1   71.02
71. Harrop-Procter, No. 6   77.52
77. Kidd Creek  :  50.00
83. Knox, No. 4   69.00
84. Kootenay Valley  576.17
90a. Lockhart .'- 71.94
90b. LaFrance Creek  65.40
Midge Creek   125.00
127-8. Nelson-Balfour  (over 6-Mile)    764.96
Carried fonvard  $8,134.13 $176,813.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 59
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,134.13 $176,813.30
Reg. No.
130. Nelson-Balfour, No. 9   95.41
131. Nelson-Balfour, No. 10   657.98
138. Nelson-Balfour, No. 17  1,036.29
144. Taghum   5,389.42
159. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 3   51.67
161. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 5  258.13
162. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 6  320.45
163. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 7   342.84
169. Nelson-U.S. Boundary, No. 13   258.75
182. Nick's '.  244.71
199. Porcupine Creek, No. 4   321.37
208. Twin Bridges, West Creston   2,638.51
214. Rykert's     1,347.38
217. Salmo-Trail, No. 3   160.00
218. Salmo-Trail, No. 4   76.53
219. Salmo-Trail, No. 5   175.00
220. Salmo-Trail, No. 6  84.28
221b. Sanca Creek   55.66
222. Second Relief, No. 1   102.30
239. Sheep Creek, No. 9   75.00
283a. Winlaw Slough  85.92
284. Wynndel  84.26
292. Ymir-Wilcox, No. 2   123.46
Wolf Creek, No. 2   50.00
Wolf Creek, No. 3   133.76
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   270.80
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance        22,574.01
Vote 156—Ferries.
Harrop-Longbeach    $3,915.73
Kootenay River   2,561.81
Slocan River   89.40
Kootenay Lake  9,792.25
Total, Vote 156—Ferries        16,359.19
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
38. Creston-Goatfell    $164.10
40. Creston-Kuskonook     2,412.20
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways          2,576.30
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Granite Poorman Mine   $16.80
Midge Creek Bridge   125.00
Ymir-Wilcox '.  82.95
Clubine-Comstock Mine   76.00
Second Relief   298.69
Wisconsin Mine Trail  '.  150.00
Two Star  174.90
Iron King   65.50
Cultus-Canyon Creek   49.35
Bunker Hill Mine   448.85
Wild Horse Creek Trail   112.50
Porcupine Creek   287.98
California-Athabasca  22.68
Sheep Creek   374.82
Sheep Creek Trunk Trail  8.40
Wild Horse Creek and Goodenough   40.00
Perrier Mine  -  38.40
Golden Eagle Trail   60.00
Red Rock Group   300.00
Carried forward  $2,732.82 $218,322.80 O 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,732.82 $218,322.80
Deer Creek   61.30
Wolf Creek  15.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,809.12
Total expenditure, Creston District  $221,131.92
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
Reg. No.
15r. Peace Arch, Surrey  $260.00
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham   (Langley)     100.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $360.00
Capital Account—" B.C, Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $2,490.57
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :   Unemployment Relief 9,684.80
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   20,743.75
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   1,009.15
Total, Unemployment Relief        33,928.27
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Roads, Barnston Island   $164.97
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Surrey)     2,307.00
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway (Langley)  3,815.42
13r. Pacific Highway  2,766.70
15r. Peace Arch Highway   6,249.67
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham     206.63
80r. Ladner Marsh   148.67
Sundry roads (units under $50)    107.90
Plant and tools   6,726.48
Supervision   2,468.97
$24,962.41
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Roads.
40b. Boundary Bay  (Delta)     $101.65
61a. Scott  (Surrey)     542.89
68a. Ladner Trunk   (Delta)     249.85
69a. Scott  (Delta)     65.82
71b. McLellan  (Langley)    80.08
87b. Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue (Delta)    117.74
89b. Johnston  (Surrey)    399.93
90b. Campbell River (Surrey)    209.30
$1,767.26
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      26,729.67
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
10. Canoe Pass (includes Bridge-tender)         $1,188.35
Ladner  140.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   13.11
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,341.46
Vote 156—Ferries.
Barnston Island        $3,167.00
Ladner-Woodward            3,937.91
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          7,104.91
Carried forward     $69,464.31 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 61
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $69,464.31
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Reg. No.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Surrey)     $201.39
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway  (Surrey)     522.98
80r. Ladner Marsh (Delta)   143.90
61a. Scott  (Surrey)    24.48
68a. Ladner Trunk  (Delta)    370.34
69b. McLellan   (Surrey)     483.75
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways          1,746.84
Total expenditure, Delta District     $71,211.15
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection   $599.90
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :   Roads.
Stave River   $4,195.35
67r. Central Arterial Highway   1,400.00
76r. Central Arterial Highway   2,945.41
70. Lougheed Highway   28.00
$8,568.76
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $9,168.66
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $4,715.07
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 30,623.35
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   20,319.20
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   3,824.21
Total, Unemployment Relief        59,481.83
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
5. Dale   $83.80
74. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)   2,882.50
7l. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)  1,825.92
7j. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)   1,109.84
7k. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)   494.08
11. Farms    1,198.15
13. Hawkins-Pickles  101.16
17. Ioco-Sunnyside     220.50
22. Malcolm     79.56
30. Nicomen Island Trunk   261.76
33. North Nicomen  168.55
35. Rennie   214.25
38. Salvaster   1,579.83
40. Shook  62.30
41. Stave Lake  610.11
42. Sterling  55.79
47. Upper Pit   122.85
48. loco Townsite    433.26
51. Ioco-Belcarra   68.15
54. McNeil   67.30
55. Smith     107.15
66. Hartley   241.67
67. Ross   59.10
Carried forward     $12,047.58    $68,650.49 O 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $12,047.58    $68,650.49
Reg. No.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection   1,719.98
Nicomen Island  (internal drainings)    1,366.79
10r. Coquitlam   1,099.56
18r. Dewdney Trunk   508.64
19r. Dewdney Trunk   1,374.42
20r. Dewdney Trunk  399.28
21r. Lougheed Highway   2,544.32
22r. Lougheed Highway   3,800.21
23r. Lougheed Highway   1,591.99
24r. Abbotsford-Mission   77.18
25r. Lougheed Highway  58.24
55r. Old Dewdney Trunk   47.15
57r. loco-Port Moody   330.60
59r. Hammond Loop   247.81
69r. Haney Loop  408.67
Snow-removal   125.85
Coquitlam Warehouse   73.63
Deroche Warehouse    16.20
Haney Warehouse   51.16
Mission Warehouse   51.45
Plant and tools   1,330.30
Supervision  4,236.12
Sundry roads (units under $50)    780.53
$34,287.66
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Roads.
42b. Clarke   -.  $36.30
74b. Harris   61.78
75b. Hammond   14.23
78b. North Harris   67.52
79b. McNeil  66.45
92b. Old Dewdney Trunk   4.00
73b.  Dewdney Trunk  :  754.44
77b. Dewdney Trunk   950.76
94b. Silverdale-Mission  74.52
96b. Cedar Valley   ,  4.50
93b. Seventh Street and Grand Avenue   165.94
97b. Cedar Valley   72.60
$2,273.04
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       36,560.70
Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance.
41. Pitt River (including Bridge-tenders)    $2,270.31
57. Sturgeon  Slough   94.25
62. Armstrong  86.00
Mission, C.P.R. (including Bridge-tenders)   10,249.75
163. Reserve, No. 1   54.89
1. Aliceville  79.70
5. Government Creek   93.45
16. School    137.35
17. Wharf Creek   55.00
44. Pallet, No. 1   121.20
45. Pallet, No. 2   99.00
46. Hatzic Slough   81.77
50. Kanaha Creek   415.16
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   343.98
■-~: '•■:'     -;■     Carried forward  $14,181.81 $105,211.19 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 63
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard  $14,181.81 $105,211.19
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
71. Johnston  (73b)    $80.64
76. Brackley  (77b)    1,365.86
$1,446.50
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance        15,628.31
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
10r. Coquitlam Road   $212.30
18r. Dewdney Trunk Road   49.09
19r. Dewdney Trunk Road   151.42
20r. Dewdney Trunk Road   259.83
21r. Trans-Provincial Highway  206.94
22r. Trans-Provincial Highway   102.76
55r. Dewdney Trunk Road   858.28
59r. Hammond Loop   79.05
69r. Haney Loop   76.01
74b. Harris Road   80.50
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         2,076.18
Total expenditure, Dewdney District   $122,915.68
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
Gorge         $7,958.72
Less 50 per cent, charged to Saanich District         3,979.36
  $3,979.36
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a): Bridges.
Craigflower   7,559.28
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      $11,538.64
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $11,161.27
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. G :   Unemployment Relief 16,146.92
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   5,669.18
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   8,775.43
Total, Unemployment Relief        41,752.80
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
6. Admiral's     $73.84
3. Atkins   112.83
1. Albert Head   190.73
212. Boulding   182.91
26. Cameron-Taggart    305.94
Clo-oose District   415.89
35. Craigflower   60.48
47. East Sooke   831.64
150. Fitzgerald   70.36
66. Gillespie    100.45
57. Glen Lake  332.70
61. Coldstream Cross-road   94.90
68. Halhead     113.60
69. Happy Valley  598.57
76. Island Highway   4,444.65
Carried forward  $7,929.49    $53,291.44 O 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward'.  $7,929.49    $53,291.44
Reg. No.
79. Jordan River   1,351.88
100. Kangaroo    154.29
82. Kemp Lake    187.65
98. McKenzie-Luxton   63.39
99. Metchosin  «  280.60
101. Millstream     641.84
102. Millstream Lake   382.94
112. Munn's  171.14
117. Old Trunk   1,440.29
70. Pike   81.15
Port Renfrew District   848.62
130. Quarantine   94.25
132. Rocky Point  600.03
133. Ross-Durrance  432.43
141. Shawnigan-Mill Bay   194.49
147. Sooke  2,129.15
148. Sooke River   232.28
190. West Shawnigan Lake   350.59
196. Wilfert     54.33
160. Worthington   118.84
Sundry roads (units under $50) ..'  2,425.77
Auto Account   461.74
District Office  2,765.12
Plant and tools   1,295.59
Repairs, district trucks  1,509.32
Supervision   2,799.40
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       28,996.61
Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance.
19. Craigflower   $100.00
130. Lagoon     60.00
4. Sooke River   250.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    150.00
138. Village Point   120.00
Total, Vote 156—Bridges: Maintenance  680.00
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
76. Island Highway   $8,229.41
117. Old Trunk   42.95
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         8,272.36
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
San Juan Trail   $150.00
Silver Mine Trail   74.90
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  224.90
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District      $91,465.31
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $11,967.74
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 26,748.17
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   5,370.09
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   12,702.01
Total, Unemployment Relief      $56,788.01
Carried forward     $56,788.01 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 65
FERNIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $56,788.01
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  $9,500.26
3. Elko-Roosville   91.80
5. Wasa-Sheep Creek   97.05
10. Elko-Waldo   119.91
13. Fernie-Coal  Creek  •  214.90
31. Fort Steele-Wild Horse  :  102.82
42. Edwards Lake   264.59
93. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   349.38
94. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   635.28
97. Dempsey    67.45
102. Corbin   85.97
128. Fernie-Elko    102.55
Sundry roads (units under $50)    101.76
Snowg-removal   1,713.32
Plant   1,980.05
Material  499.09
Supervision   5,399.90
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       21,326.08
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4. Fernie    $179.69
5. Morrissey     131.98
7. Phillips   87.60
'8. Elkmouth  1,233.90
10. Old Town   67.28
46. Wolf Creek   144.07
49. Coal Creek   54.30
51. Waters Ranch   161.94
52. Wilson Creek  208.76
55. Fairy Creek   154.95
76. Wasa Trestle   130.32
84. Round Prairie   167.70
143. Dally   89.20
146. Swinton  135.60
151. Nosek  i  358.05
169. Wardner Slough   857.67
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   283.85
Total, A'ote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          4,446.86
Total expenditure, Fernie District      $82,560.95
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $378.37
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 9,771.85
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   8,849.64
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   1,360.53
Total, Unemployment Relief      $20,360.39
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
25. Cariboo   $7,253.35
117. Dunster-Tete Jaune   122.75
159. Eaglet Lake   63.00
26. Fort George-Hazelton   2,352.80
106. Fort George-Yellowhead   2,635.90
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   1,155.63
28. Fort George-Isle de Pierre  213.10
148. Hiller ;  96-25
Carried forward  $13,892.78    $20,360.39 O 66 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought fonvard     $13,892.78    $20,360.39
54. Mud River Valley (south)  299.32
52. Nichol-Isle de Pierre   576.62
123. Newlands (north)   272.88
58. Ness Lake  •    576.87
114. Pain   92.77
135. Shelley  (east)    270.24
Winchester Street   243.29
Beaverley District   119.82
Isle de Pierre District  543.53
Land Settlement Area   485.62
McBride District   2,110.82
Plant   3,796.83
Supervision—
Auto   827.25
Office     5,353.04
Snow-removal   1,778.83
Sundry roads (units under $50)   442.83
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       31,683.34
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
293. Fraser River (Prince George)   $17,001.87
82. McKim     97.20
261. Pither  65.05
56. Queen Street  457.03
105. Salmon River  116.70
149. 22-Mile     60.00
151. 30-Mile     1,206.96
244. Willow River   148.65
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   406.94
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance        19,560.40
Vote 156—Ferries :   Maintenance.
12. Croydon     $443.39
9.  Isle de Pierre   2,575.52
3. Indian Reserve   1,016.08
10. Shelley     1,020.91
Total, Vote 156—Ferries :   Maintenance          5,055.90
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Skaret Creek Trail   $100.00
Buckhorn Lake-Willow River Trail   100.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  200.00
Total expenditure, Fort George District      $76,860.03
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT (PEACE RIVER SECTION).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Miller-Cox Crossing   $1,397.95
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b) :  Roads.
Machine-shop   2,548.66
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $3,946.61
Carried forward       $3,946.61 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 67
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT (PEACE RIVER SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward       $3,946.61
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):  Bridges.
High Level   $15,883.03
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       15,883.03
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) :   Unemployment
Relief   $39.80
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    36,518.76
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 27,693.21
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   338.96
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   34,160.83
Total, Unemployment Relief       98,751.56
Vote -156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Rolla-Pouce Coupe   $806.65
Pouce Coupe District   986.00
Rolla District  639.10
Dawson Creek District  805.00
Fort St. John District  1,376.00
Rolla   (south)     507.05
Rolla  (west)    287.00
Kilkerran District   408.16
Fort St. John-Taylor   647.02
Fort St. John-Fish Creek   57.00
Progress-Sunset  650.00
Dawson Creek-Rolla  248.19
Cutbank-Taylor   604.00
Taylor District (south)   286.05
Tupper District  402.00
Sweetwater District   287.00
Fort St. John-Hudson Hope   477.18
Fort Nelson Trail   95.00
Arras District   516.95
Pouce Coupe-Gundy   669.06
Swan Lake  (north)     286.19
Pouce Coupe (east)  668.80
Riverside-Pouce  Coupe    233.00
Pouce Coupe-Dawson ..'.  783.62
McCullough     76.50
Rolla Landing   286.20
Fort St. Jolm-Stoddart   93.00
Fort St. John Townsite  191.50
Fort St. John-Indian Creek   96.00
Fort St. John-Montney  612.00
Fort St. John-Charlie Lake   478.00
Stoddart-Montney   333.00
Hay's   478.00
Tupper     478.65
Progress-Groundbirch     802.00
Arras-Progress  211.00
Dawson-Devereaux   73.00
Dawson Creek Townsite   480.25
Dawson-Sweetwater   592.50
Spring Creek-Cutbank   270.60
Montney   (north)     191.50
Baldonnel (east)   216.40
Plant and tools :  939.38
Sundry roads (units under $50)   1,188.75
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       20,814.25
Carried forward  $139,395.45 O 68 PUBLIC -WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT (PEACE RIVER SECTION)— Continued.
Brought fonvard  $139,395.45
. Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Beatton River   $3,890.38
Millar-Cox Crossing   595.25
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   2,128.49
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance          6,614.12
Vote 156—Ferries :  Maintenance.
East Pine-Palmer's Crossing   $1,264.22
Taylor Flats  10,459.75
Hudson Hope  :  370.92
Halfway    372.40
North Pine  104.25
Total, Vote 156—Ferries:   Maintenance        12,571.54
Total expenditure, Fort George District (Peace River Section)  $158,581.11
Total expenditure, Fort George District   $235,441.14
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $9,025.78
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," See. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 13,898.57
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   6,752.45
Total, Unemployment Relief      $29,676.80
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Baker Creek   $75.00
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa   9,221.46
6. Beaverdell Station  155.20
14.  Cascade—Laurier     473.18
17.  Christina Lake  (east)     85.80
25. Fourth of July-Phoenix   66.30
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   1,190.60
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek   92.00
41. Kerr Creek   104.20
43. Kettle River (main)   707.75
44. Kettle River (west)   913.66
52. Mill Creek    74.20
53. Moody Creek   123.20
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster   357.35
68. Sutherland Creek  57.00
70. Valley roads (south)    223.42
71. Valley roads (west)   82.00
73. Wallace Mountain roads  213.89
44r. Arterial Highway   392.30
Sundry roads (units under $50)    779.19
Supervision  (Foreman's wages and expenses)    2,412.75
Essex Sedan  (gasoline, oil, etc.)   694.46
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)   4,069.04
Administration and office supplies  1,291.02
Snow-removal     1,130.77
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc. ,.       24,985.74
Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance.
11. Boundary Creek   $54.60
126. Castle Creek   462.03
38. East Fork of North Fork   320.04
Carried forward  $836.67    $54,662.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 69
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $836.67    $54,662.54
Reg. No.
46. Franklin   334.24
Greenwood Depot   983.23
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   133.67
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,287.81
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
44r. Arterial Highway   $800.00
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways   800.00
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Dictator Group   $24.85
Kelly Creek  75.00
Molly Gibson   75.00
Nepanee Group  50.40
Oliver-Camp McKinney   360.35
Waterloo Mine   299.60
West Copper Camp   35.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  920.20
$56,670.55
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges, refund   96.60
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District      $58,573.95
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief   $3,251.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 1,922.61
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  77.71
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   2,969.59
Total, Unemployment Relief        $8,221.66
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. All Bay   $51.75
1. Amelia   68.62
186. Bazan Bay  144.03
107. Beaver Point   523.18
106. Beddis   142.34
8. Centre  86.26
39. Centre   148.21
167. Clam Bay  55.91
113. Cranberry   277.93
94. Deep Bay   100.07
116. Divide    705.05
42. East   68.42
14. East Saanich   65.33
217. Ellis   54.84
121. Ganges (lower)   143.31
122. Ganges (upper)  159.08
124. Hill-Brantford  254.13
80. Hope Bay   122.04
70. Horton Bay  107.97
170. Isabella Point  50.49
214. King's  151.37
306. Lighthouse Trail   .    124.98
7. McTavish    99.04
18. Madrona    123.32
Carried forward  $3,827.67      $8,221.66 O 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $3,827.67      $8,221.66
Reg. No.
132. Mahon-Mansell    55.53
45. Main  402.72
71. Main  78.63
102. Main     51.50
57. Main South End   185.94
58. Main North End   372.57
21. Mills  86.30
162. Montague     93.85
173. Munro   63.76
135. North End   56.48
20. Oakland     53.18
83. Otter Point   67.00
72. Point Comfort   65.95
138. Rainbow   „ 63.90
201. Roe  203.59
144.  Smith  121.62
146. Stark   88.75
157. Swartz Bay   177.40
225. Tapping     77.70
34. Third   63.02
221. Towner Park   135.50
151. Vesuvius   292.70
165. Village Bay  105.35
22. West Saanich   612.07
159. Wilson   109.70
Sundry roads (units under $50)    1,277.32
Auto Account  247.97
District Office  1,306.00
Launch  76.78
Plant and tools   1,002.56
Supervision   2,629.20
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       14,052.21
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    $28.60
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance   28.60
Vote 156—Ferries.
Fulford Harbour-Swartz Bay  $7,000.00
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          7,000.00
Vote 156—Wharves.
Fulford Ferry Wharf   $1,592.71
Total, Vote 156—Wharves         -1,592.71
Total expenditure, Islands District      $30,895.18
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $10,359.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act 1933," Sec. 6 :   Unemployment Relief 26,135.95
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   23,650.41
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   10,258.68
Total,  Unemployment  Relief       $70,404.75
Carried forward     $70,404.75 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
O 71
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard	
$70,404.75
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Adams Lake  $101.00
6. Barriere River   292.00
8. North Thompson Highway   5,865.86
12. Bulman-Palmer   207.00
14. Campbell Creek   166.55
17. Cold Creek   66.60
21. Clearwater    191.05
24. Edith Lake   60.00
32. Highland Valley   179.60
34. Hudson's Bay Gulch   79.00
40. Kamloops-Merritt   2,863.57
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   4,526.25
42. Kamloops-Shuswap     133.20
48. Long Lake  431.78
49. Louis Creek   1,964.35
50. Mamit Lake   221.70
52. Dunn Lake  _  421.40
53. Kamloops-Barriere   274.32
57. Paul Lake   434.94
58. Rose Hill (old)  223.35
59. Rose Hill (new)    720.56
61. Sullivan Valley   200.00
63. Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla   203.00
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek  918.81
Sundry roads (units under $50)    207.44
Plant and tools   2,946.62
Supervision—
General Foreman   1,928.76
Travelling and auto   172.62
Stenographer   761.28
Office expenses  244.83
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       27,007.44
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
3. Badger Creek   $297.87
4. Barriere River  76.15
11. Boulder Creek   79.42
20.  Cedar Guleh   108.50
23. Clearwater River   188.70
25. Coal Creek  124.83
29. Cultus Lake   240.62
-33. Deadman Creek, No. 3   801.56
35. Dunn Creek   196.80
49. Kamloops (east)   1,266.04
50. Kamloops  (west)     367.01
55. Lemieux Creek, No. 2  .'  222.29
65. North Thompson  (at Barriere)    935.41
68. Raft River   716.57
114. Alpha   148.37
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance         5,770.14
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Birch Island   $1,078.29
2. Black Pool   1,052.64
3. Chinook Cove   1,067.94
4. Mount Olie   1,399.99
5. McLure   829.40
6. Vinsulla   691.20
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          6,119.46
Carried forward  $109,301.79 O 72
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard  $109,301.79
Vote 15C—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Reg. No.
38. Kamloops-Salmon Arm Road   $191.11
43. Kamloops-Tranquille Road   122.51
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways  313.62
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Road to Vidette Mine   $1,600.00
Road to Windpass Mine  1,247.13
Road to Allies Mine  250.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,097.13
Total expenditure, Kamloops District   $112,712.54
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $28,613.24
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 56,083.79
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   , 8,342.65
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   30,637.04
Total, Unemployment Relief  $123,676.72
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTION).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Trails to
Mineral Areas.
609. Lucky Boy   $197.60
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  $197.60
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
Kaslo Creek   $296.47
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   296.47
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Ainsworth  (north)     $118.30
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek   210.43
50. Crawford Creek   305.67
62. Deanshaven  77.97
96. Ferguson  238.20
115. Hammil Creek   81.20
123. Houston  68.88
124. Howser-Argenta    249.19
125. Howser Station   70.70
126. Howser Lake (east)   88.38
145. Kaslo-New Denver   409.26
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   75.83
148. Kaslo  (north)    184.00
186. Nelson-Kaslo   2,664.72
212. Pilot Bay   53.20
270. Trout Lake   124.40
456. Canyon Creek   114.00
484. Duncan River (west)  170.80
550. Hall Creek   77.00
560. Howser Lake (east)   61.60
596. Lardeau River (west)    100.80
666. Poplar Creek   124.39
Sundry roads (units under $50)    406.55
Plant and tools  516.92
Carried forward  $6,592.39         $494.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
O 73
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (KASLO SECTION)— Continued,
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $6,592.39         $494.07
Truck Account   1,241.57
Supervision—General Foreman, office, etc  2,826.03
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       10,659.99
Reg. No. Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Beaver Creek   $54.00
41. Ben Hur   117.45
Blue Ridge Creek   58.20
69. Cariboo Creek   115.46
85. Cascade Creek   81.55
187. Deer Creek   144.54
225. Fletcher Creek  490.28
Goat Creek :  71.23
Houghton     48.00
396. Pontiac    100.25
398. Poplar Creek   180.89
13-Mile  86.55
573. Whitewater  131.56
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   16.80
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,696.76
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
2. Ainsworth (south)    $74.75
96. Ferguson   88.90
147. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   148.76
484. Duncan River (west)   90.60
560. Howser Lake (east)  50.00
747. Winslow    50.00
794. Woodbury Creek (North Forks)    200.60
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   304.93
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,008.54
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Kaslo Section)      $13,859.36
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION).
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Applegrove-Sherwood   $101.33
Arrow Park   (north)     118.69
Columbia River   2,720.05
Edgewood-Vernon   628.34
Edgewood-Needles   531.49
4-Mile Creek   168.68
Kaslo-New Denver   500.35
Lightning Peak  178.20
Nakusp-Rosebery     1,774.40
Nakusp streets   183.45
New Denver-Rosebery   2,006.59
New Denver-Silverton   2,055.58
Sandon-Three Forks  220.98
Sandon Town   2,337.38
Slocan City-Silverton   1,507.51
Slocan River (east)   1,377.90
Slocan River (west)   787.29
West Demars  (south)    87.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  ,  230.57
Plant and tools  443.04
Janitor and office supplies   842.72
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses   2,426.04
Car  907.22
Carried forward  $22,134.80
6 O 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRIOCT  (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $22,134.80
Clerk's salary  864.00
Stenographer's salary  475.20
Trails.
Fauquier-Applegrove     51.15
Hot Springs   50.40
Oatscott     28.00
Victor  135.92
Snow-removal  2,288.06
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc     $26,027.53
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Caribou Creek   $111.81
Fauquier  (south)     63.08
4-Mile, No. 3  137.58
4-Mile, No. 7  222.33
Lemon Creek   100.00
New Denver   803.55
Sandon Flume   97.30
Silverton   236.10
Springer Creek  90.72
Tait Creek   53.18
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    328.29
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          2,243.94
Vote 156—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)       $1,970.04
Needles-Fauquier            3,389.92
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          5,359.96
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
4-Mile  $382.00
Maryland Trail   49.70
Springer Creek   42.00
Victor Mine Trail  '.  121.20
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  594.90
$34,226.33
Less refund, " B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads   35.00
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan Section)      $34,191.33
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  $171,727.41
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Reg. No.
13. Bridge River      $10,463.95
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas     $10,463.95
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $1,620.63
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 232.34
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   2.00
Total, Unemployment Relief         1,854.97
Carried forward     $12,318.92 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 75
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH) —Continued.
Brought forward     $12,318.92
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Big Bar  $591.25
5. Big Bar Lake   131.60
6. Big Bar Mountain  116.25
8. Big Bar Mountain (Crow's Bar)   68.10
10. Bonaparte Valley  60.70
13. Bridge River   4,354.37
16. Cariboo Main   2,067.16
17. Cayoosh Creek   148.41
21. Clinton-Springhouse   100.40
23. Deadman River   77.70
32. Green Lake   371.09
35. Hat Creek   198.40
40. Jones-Dickey  95.20
43. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   703.67
46. Lillooet-Clinton   820.33
49. Lillooet-Seton Lake   130.95
50. Lillooet streets  52.70
51. Lillooet-Lytton  1,598.50
54. Marble Canyon    297.55
55. Mound   122.60
62. North Fork   378.89
63. North Bonaparte   230.65
66. Scottie Creek   51.20
74. Watch Lake   56.05
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   222.39
Supervision   ..... 5,162.11
Plant and tools .*..... 1,607.29
Camp equipment   12.30
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc ,       19,827.81
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
3. Antoine   $72.65
32. Cedar   65.50
91. Lillooet Station  149.80
151. Tyaxon     50.00
162. Ward's Ferry   86.25
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   196.50
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance   620.70
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Big Bar   $1,036.79
2. High Bar  926.16
3. Pavilion  874.47
Total, Vote 156—Ferries         2,837.42
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Bridge River Road extension up Cadwallader Creek  $300.20
Birkenhead Lake-Phelix Creek Trail   43.00
Branch Road from Tyaughton Lake Road   45.00
Cayoosh Creek Trail and Bridge  137.70
Gun Creek Trail   150.00
McGillivray Creek Trail  603.35
North Fork Trail  100.00
Old Pemberton Trail from South Fork of Bridge River  317.00
Road to Big Slide Mine   74.20
Trail from Horseshoe Bend on Bridge River to Moha   98.00
Truax Trail   50.00
Trail, Birkenhead Lake to Cadwallader Creek Trail  300.00
Tommy Creek Trail   75.00
Carried fonvard  $2,293.45    $35,604.85 0 76 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,293.45    $35,604.85
Tyaughton Creek Trail  50.00
Yalakom Trail to Poison Mountain   324.20
Total Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,667.65
Total expenditure, Lillooet District (North)      $38,272.50
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $7,328.52
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :   Unemployment Relief 4,425.03
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  -.  24,707.78
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   6,321.08
Total, Unemployment Relief      $42,782.41
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
204. Pemberton Meadows   $508.71
205. Portage   266.35
Ronyan    74.57
206. Station    .<■  84.05
207. Pemberton Portage   119.95
245. Squamish Valley   1.151.23
246-252, Squamish streets   958.39
271. Beach Avenue East   55.06
272. Beach Avenue West ...*.  52.52
281. Gibson-Sechelt   930.09
291. Lower  109.04
293. Mason    70.38
295. North   98.15
296. North-west Bay   134.90
300. Pratt    67.50
314.  Sechelt-Pender Harbour   1,212.52
324. Porpoise Bay  1.  96.24
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    391.75
Squamish dykes   277.41
Supervision—Salaries and expenses   4,180.83
Launch     467.96
Auto -.  69.50
Plant and tools  167.48
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       11,544.58
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
321. Archibald  $156.21
261. Barber   349.01
244. Brackendale   394.74
203. Cutbank  196.87
212. Gates  156.23
395. Green Lake  248.73
253. Judd  :  227.80
410. Mamquam Washout   1,748.27
295. Mission, No. 1   146.12
419. Myrtle   108.40
227. Payne  56.63
228. Ronyan, No. 1   162.32
306. School-house  :....  72.78
308. Steinburner  50.00
351. Stony Creek   75.95
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   104.92
Total Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance         4,254.9S
Carried forward     $58,581.97 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 77
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $58,581.97
Vote 156—Ferries.
Reg. No.
8. Crown Mountain   $95.60
5. Pemberton „  22.04
4. Ronyan    9.82
y
Total, Vote 156—Ferries   127.46
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
444. Tenquille Trail   $99.80
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  99.80
Total expenditure, Lillooet District (South)      $58,809.23
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  $97,081.73
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Bella Coola River Protection   $240.72
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $240.72
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) : Bridges.
Grant Road, Nos. 4, 5, and 7        $2,360.16
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):  Bridges.
42. Snootchely, No. 2   195.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          2,555.88
Unemployment Relief.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief    $3,340.26
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 2,590.66
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   9.60
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   2,677.73
Total, Unemployment Relief          8,618.25
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anahim-Chilcotin     $358.77
2. Hamalka  '.  54.25
3. Martin Valley   98.28
7. Salloomt    72.80
9. Bella Coola   2,599.02
9. Bella Coola  176.13
10. Tatlayoko Lake   135.90
50. Atnarko-Anahim   117.30
63. Sakumtha Pass   100.00
101. Lake (Lasqueti)    118.17
102. Main (Lasqueti)   477.56
111. Lund    .-  1,828.82
115. Westview  268.06
122. Zilinsky   108.20
127. Nazek (Texada)    194.81
133. Padgett    104.20
134. Cranberry Lake   281.50
136. Olsen Lake   58.90
137. Thunder Bay   1,211.00
Carried forward       $8,363.67    $11,414.85 O 7S
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $8,363.67    $11,414.85
Reg. No.
148. Manson    420.17
150. First     66.29
152. Third   52.95
154. Savary Island  311.35
157. Harvey     71.85
159. Joyce   137.42
168. Scotch Fir Point   320.32
174. Blubber Bay (Texada)  101.39
175. Central (Texada)    124.05
177. GillisBay (Texada)   185.60
183. Crescent Bay (Texada)   75.98
186. Hagen    64.00
202. Smith  70.57
205. Finn Bay  95.91
220. Claridge     75.59
221. Bagge   131.18
227. McNair    144.10
228. Anderson   63.20
Thorsen Creek River Protection   75.00
Thorsen Creek River Protection   49.44
Sundry roads (units under $50)   872.05
Camp equipment  '.  1.15
Material and supplies   400.18
Trucks, etc  530.67
Plant and tools   1,446.37
Supervision  1,872.18
Administration   323.81
Patching hard-surfacing   506.99
$16,953.43
Less credit note, refund for No. 156, Front Road  33.96
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       16,919.47
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
12. Dry Gulch  $59.65
69. Anahim-Chilcotin, No. 3   149.17
88. Martin Valley, No. 2  65.93
130. Potter (Lasqueti)  89.40
168. Bloedel     63.48
173. Deighton   63.20
177. Westview     53.07
184. Simpkins Creek   51.18
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   361.84
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance   956.92
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District      $29,291.24
NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $20,508.62
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 10,311.35
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   13,307.66
Total, Unemployment Relief     $44,127.63
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Brechin  ,  $56.12
4. Bruce Avenue  66.71
15. Departure Bay  85.50
Carried forward  $208.33    $44,127.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 79
NANAIMO DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $208.33    $44,127.63
Reg. No.
50. Howard Avenue   83.71
127. Island Highway   689.96
77. Newcastle Townsite  62.34
88. Park Avenue   144.46
89. Pine Street   77.02
103. South Wellington  389.42
105. Seventh Street   76.48
134. Townsite   60.83
136. Wakesiah Avenue   52.80
Sundry roads (units under $50)   354.20
Supervision   31.34
Haulage-truck     467.21
Tools and plant   190.54
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc         2,888.64
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
5. Gourley   $1,738.69
8. Nanaimo River  96.08
9. Patterson     283.50
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    68.51
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance          2,186.78
Vote 156—Ferries.
Gabriola     $7,432.12
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          7,432.12
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
7. Chase River   $36.41
15. Departure Bay  182.30
50. Howard Avenue   57.02
127. Island Highway   381.38
103. South Wellington   155.60
146. Stewart Avenue   63.28
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways   875.99
Total expenditure, Nanaimo District      $57,511.16
NELSON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $19,825.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :   Unemployment Relief 3,155.72
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   121.09
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   7,609.12
Total, Unemployment Relief      $30,711.68
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Bealby  $74.00
4. Rosemont     55.71
6. South Nelson streets  267.59
Sundry roads (units under $50)    64.54
Plant and tools   547.18
Total, Vote 156—Roads Trails, etc        1,009.02
Carried forward     $31,720.70 O 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
NELSON DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $31,720.70
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
1. Anderson Creek   $56.72
3. Rifle Range   114.72
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance   171.44
Vote 156—Ferries.
Nelson  :     $13,039.61
Total, Vote 156—Ferries        13,039.61
Total expenditure, Nelson District      $44,931.75
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) :   Unemployment
Relief    $25,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief    1,461.74
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 846.33
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   478.39
Total, Unemployment Relief      $27,786.46
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Streets in District Lot 172   $937.14
Approach, New Westminster Bridge   162.53
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc         1,099.67
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Approach, New Westminster Bridge   $184.71
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways  184.71
Total expenditure, New Westminster District      $29,070.84
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :  Roads.
New equipment-shed, Vernon   $447.75
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $447.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(e):   Unemployment
Relief    $209.20
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  '  8,887.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act. 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 7,908.33
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   9,204.47
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   4,290.81
Total, Unemployment Relief       30,500.58
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
4. Bella Vista  '.  $110.96
161. B.X  86.01
142. Baker-Hogg   77.68
15. Bluenose  66.69
28. Cameron's Point   236.35
30. Commonage :  141.30
31. Creighton Valley   371.49
Carried forward       $1,090.48    $30,948.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 81
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued-
Brought forward  $1,090.48    $30,948.33
Reg. No.
34. Deep Creek   257.52
37. East Vernon   170.74
36. Eastside  107.28
78. Eagle Pass   889.73
39. Enderby-Grindrod   101.40
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake  382.99
113. Enderby-Salmon River  142.90
49. Grandview Bench   104.63
65. Kamloops    489.66
66. Kedleston     119.72
68. Kelowna    2,478.69
71. Long Lake  ,  222.56
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   569.02
97. Okanagan Landing   426.73
100. Oyama   289.85
103. Richlands   ■  54.77
121. Shuswap River  78.02
126. Squaw Valley   98.21
129. Sugar Lake   128.79
115. Sawmill   50.15
131. Tronson   118.79
130. Trinity Valley   304.28
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm   2,481.24
88. Vernon-Edgewood   2,744.82
138. Westside   930.96
$14,833.93
Highways, Arterial.
34r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Armstrong)    $134.74
62r. Vernon-Kamloops (Spallumeheen Municipality)    247.00
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (Spallumeheen Municipality)          1,278.81
$1,660.55
Hightvays, Primary.
52a. Vernon-Edgewood  (Coldstream Municipality)    $645.19
70a. Lansdowne Loop (Spallumeheen Municipality)   305.76
18a. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Enderby)    4.31
Refund, Spallumeheen Municipality— $955.26
1932-33   $535.53
1933-34      166.71
 702.24
$253.02
Hightvays, Secondary.
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River (Spallumeheen Municipality)   $111.60
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)   115.00
$226.60
Sundry roads (units under $50)   $632.55
Supervision and travelling expenses  2,966.87
Plant, tools, and equipment   1,771.72
Trucks and tractor repairs   716.00
New equipment-shed, Vernon   125.77
Traffic operation and snow-removal   648.93
$6,861.84
Total, A'ote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       23,835.94
Carried fonvard     $54,784.27 O 82 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard     $54,784.27
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
140. Demonk ...:.*.  $97.88
48. Genier  933.12
168. Hardy    108.85
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   129.91
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,269.76
A'ote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
304. Skookum Mining Trail   $25.02
306. St. Paul Mining Trail   74.75
307. South Fork Cherry Creek Trail   97.35
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  197.12
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District     $56,251.15
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $647.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," See. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 482.61
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   15.93
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   235.20
Total, Unemployment Relief        $1,381.70
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Bowen Island Trunk  $318.26
3. Cowan   196.69
6. Grafton   274.21
7. Langlois   .....'  73.09
9. Miller     61.88
21. New Brighton-West Bay   82.67
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour   103.48
Marine Drive (Primary 66a)   561.98
Marine Drive (Primary 67a)    704.37
Dollarton Highway (Primary 73a)   1,386.94
Sundry roads (units under $50)   187.53
Road Foreman's office  540.71
Road Foreman's car  64.33
Plant and tools   50.51
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc         4,606.65
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
66a. Marine Drive  $140.00
Total, Vote 156--Maintenance of Paved Highways   140.00
A'ote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
3. Rodgers Creek   $104.80
5. Sandy Cove  289.45
8. Sherman's   54.84
9. Cypress   203.60
53. Fisher   73.62
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    82.89
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance   809.20
Vote 156—Ferries.
Bowen Island  $63.82
Total, Vote 156—Ferries   63.82
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District        $7,001.37 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 83
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $8,341.50
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 17,827.68
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   12,236.50
Total, Unemployment Relief  .'     $38,405.68
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
Burns Lake Warehouse   $175.00
8. Bickle     65.80
21. Colleymount  123.64
39. Fort George-Hazelton  9,476.59
31. Finmoore-Webber Lake   260.35
32. Finmoore (south)    113.13
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   115.62
36. Fort Fraser Settlement (east)   54.74
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek   1,223.20
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa  1,026.18
182. Loop    ;.  375.35
61. Lily Lake   204.11
80. North Francois Lake  572.51
19. Rose Lake Cut-off  164.54
104. Schafer    172.64
181. Tatalrose     152.40
118. Topley-Babine   518.37
122. Uncha     230.64
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   1,938.97
126. A'anderhoof-Sturgeon Point  513.38
127. Vanderhoof  (west)    128.40
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner   57.59
90. AVistaria-Houston   396.81
Sundry roads (units under $50)   410.57
Snow-removal  1,587.05
Supervision and office expenses  4,019.56
Supervision, auto   385.14
Material Account  671.18
Plant and tools  ,  2,716.27
Total, A'ote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       27,919.73
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
131.  Snodgrass  $194.70
15. Findlay Creek   57.70
76. Murray  Creek   89.09
42. Bulkley River  348.07
14. Burns Lake Trestle   1,067.16
46. Burns Lake Trestle, No. 2  696.95
438. Severson    479.01
62. Mile 105  -.-.  106.46
56. McEvoy   72.10
89. Nadina  79.90
154. Milne   797.80
16. Ferguson   149.34
27. Chilco, No. 4   253.00
44. Rest Creek   103.30
22. Deep Creek   72.45
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   249.42
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          4,816.45
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Francois Lake   $5,536.80
2. Fort Fraser   836.86
3. Braeside     3,181.86
4. Hulatt  ,  393.00
Carried fonvard  $9,948.52    $71,141.86 O 84 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Ferries—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,948.52    $71,141.86
Reg. No.
5. Finmoore  1,147.02
6. Takla Lake   254.25
Total, ATote 156—Ferries        11,349.79
A'ote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Road up Bob Creek   $250.00
Trail to Jack Rabbit Group  25.00
Hazelton-Manson Creek Trail   50.00
Trail to Monarch and adjoining claims   25.00
Fort St. James-Manson Creek   1,494.63
Trail to Golden Eagle, Topley  50.00
Trail from Takla Lake to Vital Creek   248.50
Sakumtha Pass Trail   50.00
Trail to Pocket and Key Mineral Claims   25.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,218.13
Total expenditure, Omineca District      $84,709.78
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PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $8,353.34
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 2,254.16
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   4,178.70
Total, Unemployment Relief     $14,786.20
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Jap Inlet Trail, No. 137   $152.70
Sewell (north), No. 130  100.10
Masset-Tow Hill, No. 5  1,878.08
Old Masset-New Masset, No. 16  284.50
Oona River-SpiHer River, No. 15  132.85
Port Clements-Tlell, No. 18   732.97
Port Simpson streets   597.17
North Trans-Provincial Highway. No. 9   2,050.45
Third Avenue, Queen Charlotte City, No. 42   96.10
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate, No. 25   115.97
Skidegate-Tlell, No. 24   305.37
Cow Bay Crossing, No. 3   147.10
Court-house approaches, No. 35   317.68
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell, Nos. 24 and 25   1,437.48
Smith Island Trail. No. 127   335.27
Tow Hill-Oeanda, No. 30  67.30
Mount Oldfield Trail, No. 143  305.60
Yakoun River Trail, No. 134 :  150.89
Snow-removal  150.23
Roads, general (Prince Rupert vicinity)    358.20
Roads, general (Queen Charlotte Islands)   141.25
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   156.30                      '
Plant and tools  979.78
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       10,993.34
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Graham Island (south)   $192.85
Bridges generally, Graham Island   279.20
68. Galloway Rapids   75.00
4. Delkatla     540.61
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,087.66
Carried forward     $26,867.20 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 85
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $26,867.20
Atote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Jap Inlet-Spiller River Trail   $100.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  100.00
$26,967.20
Vote 156—Wharves.
Prince Rupert (toll receipts)      $11,904.69
Prince Rupert  (maintenance)     $4,985.37
Cow Bay Launch Harbour        497.75
         5,483.12
Total, Vote 156—Wharves (credit balance)           6,421.57
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District      $20,545.63
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $10,526.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 5,512.64
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   13,513.80
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   5,585.89
Total, Unemployment Relief      $35,139.04
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
8. Beaton-Camborne   $485.47
10. Beaton-Trout Lake  731.20
11. Begbie  .-  171.84
13. Big Bend  598.91
Cranberry Creek (river-bank protection)   178.85
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   929.54
72. Revelstoke  (east)  472.65
73. Revelstoke (south)    311.29
74. Revelstoke  (west)   (No. 1b, Trans-Canada)    5,458.67
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   71.55
Snow-removal   784.29
General Foreman's salary and expenses   1,265.78
Plant and tools   3,516.92
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       14,976.96
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
12-Mile Ferry Towers  $2,239.57
29. 6-Mile (south)   237.34
59. Hall's Landing   261.13
80. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   116.50
86. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   508.71
97. Revelstoke   (east)     2,378.04
103. Columbia River   124.30
116. Revelstoke   (west)     71.02
117. Revelstoke   (west)     789.16
118. Revelstoke   (west)     88.39
121. Revelstoke   (west)     477.00
154. Carnes Creek   50.40
292. Illecillewaet Creek  82'.57
293. Waverley   111.11
10-Mile  (Beaton)    100.55
Big Bend Canyon >  1,707.26
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   318.31
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          9,661.36
Carried forward     $59,777.36 O 86 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought fonvard     $59,777.36
A'ote 156—Ferries.
Reg. No.
1. Arrow Lake (North-east Arm)   $7,053.47
2. Goldstream  200.00
3. Hall's Landing  3,011.49
4. 12-Mile     4,287.72
Total, A'ote 156—Ferries        14,552.68
A'ote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Beaton-Camborne (Lardeau Subdivision)    $299.97
Fish Creek Trunk Trail   105.00
Scott Creek Trail   74.90
Trail to A and E Group  50.00
Keystone Trail  50.00
Poole Creek Trail .' 150.00
Beatrice Trail   74.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  803.87
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District     $75,133.91
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a)—Non-contributory :  Unemployment Relief       $1,153.78
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act,  1933,"  Sec.  6—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief  739.17
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   290.48
Total, Unemployment Relief       $2,183.43
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Marine Drive       $2,195.22
5. Fraser Avenue (Arterial 66r)   "      1,717.00
19. Richmond Highway (Secondary 70b)   81.25
Road Foreman's office   1,272.28
Road Foreman's car  647.56
Chevrolet truck   238.03
Roads generally   251.35
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc         6,402.69
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways'.
70b. No. 19 Road        $1,019.10
Total, A'ote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways          1,019.10
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4, 5. Eburne bridges   $9,075.26
6. Fraser Avenue   4,534.26
3. Third   272.31
1. Beacon Gulch   60.64
Total, A'ote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance        13,942.47
Total expenditure, Richmond-Point Grey District      $23,547.69
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):  Bridges.
Bridges  $154.00
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   $154.00
Carried forward  $154.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 87
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard  $154.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) :   Unemployment
Relief   $301.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    8,182.87
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 2,340.93
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   7,094.29
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   3,236.86
Total, Unemployment Relief       21,155.95
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Castlegar Townsite   $133.05
4. Castlegar-Trail    3,352.64
14. Rossland-Cascade   1,438.16
16. Rossland-Paterson     673.36
21. Trail  (east)    121.18
22a. Trail-Columbia Gardens   1,059.43
23. Schofield Highway   1,045.53
Sundry roads (units under $50)   152.49
Plant and tools   1,724.94
Road Superintendent's salary and expenses         2,639.26
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       12,340.04
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Trail Subway   $117.30
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   55.12
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance  172.42
A'ote 156—Ferries.
Castlegar      $6,699.62
Total, A'ote 156—Ferries          6,699.62
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
4. Castlegar-Trail     $4.59
23. Schofield Highway   87.90
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways   92.49
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
I.X.L. Mine  $39.58
O.K. Mine   200.00
Cliff Mine   42.00
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  281.58
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District      $40,896.10
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a):  Bridges.
Gorge  : I       $7,958.72
Less 50 per cent, charged to Esquimalt District         3,979.36
Total, Capital Account:   Bridges       $3,979.36
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief         $1,804.30
Total, Unemployment Relief          1,804.30
Carried forward       $5,783.66 O 88 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
SAANICH DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard       $5,783.66
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
30r. East Saanich   $1,435.70
7. Helmcken     1,534.44
28r. Island Highway   916.57
11. Midwood   57.00
29r. Saanich and Quadra  1,104.49
52r. West Saanich   1,137.07
Sundry roads (units under $50)    8.00
Auto Account   57.53
Plant and tools  696.21
Supervision   3,771.13
$10,718.14
Verdier Avenue (Primary 57a)   $374.71
Keating Cross-road (Secondary 85b)    83.84
$458.55
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       11,176.69
Vote 157—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
2. Scott    $199.24
Total, Vote 157—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  199.24
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
30b. East Saanich   $628.49
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways   628.49
Total expenditure, Saanich District      $17,788.08
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
94. Sicamous-Canoe     $499.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(5):   Roads.
94. Sicamous-Canoe            1,000.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads ..:.       $1,499.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):  Bridges.
80. Pritchard          $5,500.86
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          5,500.86
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(e):   Unemployment
Relief    $997.64
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  21,620.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 22,793.22
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   7,464.77
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   11,979.22
Total, Unemployment Relief        64,855.49
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
7. Bear Creek   $114.74
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay   229.26
10. Blind Bay-Balmoral   54.42
Carried forward  $398.42    $71,855.35 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 89
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $398.42    $71,855.35
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15. Canoe Point   60.05
16. Chase Creek   134.93
18. Chase Town   71.47
19. Chase-Skimiken-Tappen    170.30
24. Douglas Lake-Grand Prairie   164.35
25. Ducks  Station-Disdero  92.20
26. Duck Range   104.67
27. Fadear Creek   67.20
28. Fowler-Willette  213.72
29. Falkland  57.55
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   5,676.00
40. Kamloops-Vernon   2,581.55
41. Martin Prairie   54.20
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen  236.50
59. Paxton Valley   250.80
60. Paul Lake-Pritchard   72.47
61. Pinantan   382.22
64. Pillar Lake  62.15
65. Robins Range   342.34
70. Salmon River   399.28
71. Sicamous-A'ernon     134.40
72. Squilax-Anglemont   1,392.17
73. Sorrento-Blind Bay   54.93
74. Sorrento District   146.86
80. Tappen-AVhite Lake   229.09
81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown    189.53
83. North Thompson Highway  1,410.30
94. Sicamous-Canoe     493.09
City of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial  (Arterial 37r)    20.80
Municipality of Salmon Arm—
Trans-Provincial (Arterial 38r)    999.32
Canoe  (Secondary 76b)    110.08
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie (Secondary 26b)   116.64
Sundry roads (units under $50)  445.58
Supervision—Salaries and expenses  4,303.15
Camp equipment ,  111.55
Plant and equipment  .'  2,026.50
Plant and tools   193.87
Plant maintenance   2,525.15
Total, A'ote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       26,495.38
A'ote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Bear Creek   $430.50
42. Granite Creek :  148.50
43. Greer   68.87
53. Ingram Creek   130.27
55. Kinghorn  198.02
56. Koski   209.67
68. Monte Creek, No. 6  51.00
80. Pritchard  991.31
80. Pritchard (salary, Bridge-tender)      261.60
Crooked Creek   77.14
83. Ross Creek   87.49
84. Salmon Arm, No. 1   141.87
86. Salmon River, No. 5   403.33
88. Salmon River, No. 14   273.92
88a. Salmon River, No. 3  58.04
94. McKay     428.40
96. Shuswap   64.23
101. Sorrento     104.00
105. Squilax    533.64
Carried fonvard  $4,661.80    $98,350.73
7 O 90 PUBLIC AA'ORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,661.80    $98,350.73
Reg. No.
139. White Creek, No. 1   164.25
143. White Creek, No. 5   87.99
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    502.50
Total, A'ote 156—Bridges          5,416.54
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Avola   $357.85
2. Vavenby     1,063.08
3. Sorrento-Scotch Creek   4,296.25
5. Ducks            1,289.73
6. Shuswap Lake          8,000.00
7. Sicamous   358.90
Total, Vote 156—Bridges      15,365.81
A'ote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Grizzly and Summit Group  $499.57
Trail up Spillman Creek   149.80
Copper Cup Trail   47.00
Scotch Creek   148.50
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  844.87
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   $119,977.95
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $15,633.46
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 11,660.49
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   4,082.63
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   10,425.02
Total, Unemployment Relief      $41,801.60
A'ote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
5. Ashnola  $387.66
6. Bear Creek .......  96.60
10. Copper Mountain  231.14
17. Dog Lake  173.95
87. Dornberg, AVm. B  270.91
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney    94.45
22. Fairview-Cawston     90.37
29. 5-Mile-Princeton  '.  195.19
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn  192.50
35. Hedley-Prineeton  909.89
59. Hope-Princeton   388.68
39. Kaleden Townsite   194.30
Keremeos-Cawston   134.78
41. Keremeos-Hedley     479.29
43. Keremeos Station   176.09
47. Marron A'alley  1,985.88
45. Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls   80.52
25. Nickel Plate   264.26
86. Oliver-Osoyoos  1,614.76
53. 1-Mile-Prineeton   553.94
55. Oro Fino   218.68
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   312.45
Carried forward  $9,052.29    $41,801.60 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 91
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,052.29    $41,801.60
Reg. No.
62. Penticton-Carmi    100.22
74. Penticton Creek  50.40
60. Penticton-Keremeos  557.02
20. Penticton-Oliver    2,332.83
73. Penticton-Summerland  659.40
Penticton Tool-sheds  909.63
Pleasant ATalley Coal-mine   148.14
63. Princeton-Otter Lake   879.65
68. Princeton streets   180.96
52. Richter Pass  86.80
80. Shingle Creek   193.22
93. S.O.L. Project  543.46
72. South Similkameen   105.42
82. Sterling Creek   55.35
78. Summers Creek   86.10
Tulameen Coal-mine   69.25
40. White Lake  156.26
Sundry roads (units under $50)    361.61
Plant and tools  3,452.06
Supervision—General Foreman and Auto   2,705.29
$22,685.36
Atote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
42r. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver   (arterial)            2,213.58
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.        24,898.94
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
96. Keremeos Creek  $505.60
136. Princeton     75.00
184. S.O.L. Project, No. 3   158.13
195. S.O.L. Project, No. 4   143.60
49. S.O.L. Project, No. 5  216.87
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   165.09
Bridges generally   72.10
Total, Vote 150—Bridges:  Maintenance          1,336.39
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
42r. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver (arterial)        $1,222.00
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         1,222.00
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Road to South Fork of Granite Creek   $99.75
Road to Ambrosi coal property, AAThite Lake   50.00
Road to Fairview Camp  1,179.02
Road, Twin Lakes and Grandora mining properties  700.00
Trail to Independence Group   75.00
Trail up Shatford Creek   75.00
Trail, Summit Camp, Tulameen   50.00
Jensen Trail, Summit Camp, Tulameen  25.00
Elliott Creek Trail   75.00
4-foot trail to the Whirlwind Claim  300.00
Total, Vote, 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,628.77
Total expenditure, Similkameen District      $71,887.70 O 92
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief   $12,369.22
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 11,616.89
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   335.43
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   6,480.27
Total, Unemployment Relief      $30,801.81
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
Prince Rupert Highway (Hubert-Smithers)   $1,087.34
Prince Rupert Highway (Smithers-Moricetown)   1,074.75
Prince Rupert Highway (Moricetown-Hazelton)   2,315.43
Prince Rupert Highway (Hazelton-Cedarvale)    318.41
Prince Rupert Highway (Usk-Terrace)   1,199.21
47. Barcalow  95.20
13. Babine   73.75
9. Braun's Island   64.84
17. Cedarvale-Woodcock  318.35
Copper City-Vanarsdol    299.86
74. Duncan    72.80
35. Hudson Bay Mountain   79.40
43. Kalum Lake  396.85
49. Kispiox    239.60
52. Lakelse Lake   790.60
300. Port Essington streets   269.58
7. Remo   60.00
84. Telkwa Coal   194.55
107. Telkwa High   299.38
220. Yukon Telegraph Trail  50.00
103. Glacier Gulch   124.75
Sundry roads (units under $50)   308.11
Office expenses  :  115.20
Travelling expenses   642.21
Salaries   3,532.94
Plant and tools   7,576.07
Material and supplies   411.73
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc        22,010.91
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Alwyn Creek   $366.26
15.  Clear  Creek    390.40
168. Copper River Suspension   186.45
Gull Creek   398.67
50. Haguelgate Suspension   628.96
51. Hazelton    127.00
61. Kitsequekla  137.28
135. Skeena River  (Terrace)    1,945.98
97. Skeena  Suspension    104.88
98. Smithers    77.35
124. AVilliams Creek   63.40
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   376.56
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          4,803.19
A'ote 156—Ferries.
Cedarvale    $837.82
Copper City   1,438.38
Copper River (basket)   136.77
Hazelton   1,624.10
Kitwanga     977.83
Pacific   737.58
Usk  1,434.27
Remo   1,095.42
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          8,882.17
Carried fonvard     $66,498.08 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
O 93
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought fonvard     $66,498.08
A'ote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
281. Silver Lake   $248.10
292. Kleanza Creek Trail   96.88
239. McCabe Trail  •  25.00
23. Driftwood Creek   99.60
208. Chimdemash Creek Trail   96.92
Buccaneer of the North   100.00
Bermaline Group   99.75
205. Zymoetz River Trail  199.95
Helen Group  25.00
Grotto Group  49.90
21. Dome Mountain Trail   479.68
237. Telkwa River Trail  !  25.00
221. Harvey Group   24.85
271. Glacier Gulch Group   99.60
Copper King Group   15.00
214. Douglas Creek Trail   49.70
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,734.93
Total expenditure, Skeena District      $68,233.01
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Naramata-Penticton   $368.07
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $368.07
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief    $5,180.45
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 3,792.45
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   202.07
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   4,421.24
Total, Unemployment Relief        13,596.21
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Belgo Subdivision   (north)     $109.75
5. Bear Creek  96.80
7. Benvoulin Subdivision   482.08
7. Benvoulin Subdivision (Mission Creek protection-work)   299.15
9. Glenmore Valley   174.20
10. Gellatly-Lake Shore   143.00
11. Glenrosa Main   145.75
13. Hydraulic Creek   202.40
15. Joe Riche District   641.05
16. Kelowna-A'ernon (north)    711.56
17. Kelowna-A'ernon  (south)     388.55
18. K.L.O. Main   243.31
19. K.L.O. Subdivision  103.70
20. Lewis-Bailey    180.21
21. Lake Shore  (Okanagan Mission)    989.40
23. McDougall Creek   83.15
24. Meadow Valley and branches   435.90
25. North Naramata  , 150.25
27. Naramata Subdivision   536.80
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision   273.89
31. Peachland-Princeton   167.15
32. Penticton-Summerland   128.85
34. Rutland Subdivision   238.36
38. South Okanagan and branches   278.26
Carried forward  $7,203.52    $13,964.28 O 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $7,203.52    $13,964.28
Reg. No.
40. Summerland-Peachland  760.28
46. Westside  291.40
47. AVestbank Subdivision   229.75
48. Westbank Ferry  .'  615.90
49. AVoods Lake Bottom   59.30
40r. Peachland-Kelowna (arterial)   (Peachland Municipality)   814.40
41r. Penticton-Kelowna (arterial)   (Summerland)   1,062.10
Sundry roads (units under $50)   420.60
Paradise Wharf   90.19
Office    1,509.86
Travelling expenses   191.40
Road Foreman (salary and car)    2,048.46
Roads, general  424.76
Plant, tools, and equipment   8,584.40
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      24,306.32
Vote 156—Bridges :  Maintenance.
19. Deep Creek, No. 1  $54.17
35. Mission Creek, No. 3  247.18
42. Powers Creek, No. 2   222.70
52. Slough, No. 6  , :  154.47
53. Slough, No. 7   163.91
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    42.19
Total, ATote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance   884.62
$39,155.22
Vote 156—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank—
Revenue   $21,950.45
Expenditure   17,130.06
Total, Vote 156—Ferries  (credit balance)           4,814.39
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District     $34,340.83
YALE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(e):   Unemployment
Relief   $951.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    15,234.70
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 8,694.98
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   55,144.66
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   4,227.42
Total, Unemployment Relief      $84,252.76
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
73r. Merritt-Spences Bridge  (arterial)    $125.63
20. Chaumox   198.25
30. Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   2,665.20
36. Cariboo   194.59
38. Ashcroft  Town    149.61
42. Cache Creek-Savona   134.59
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge   3,189.87
55. Mamit Lake   278.41
63. Kamloops-Merritt   3,683.49
64. Mill Creek   93.57
66. Princeton Cut-off   589.47
Carried forward  $11,302.68    $84,252.76 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 95
YALE DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $11,302.68    $84,252.76
Reg. No.
68. Douglas Lake   273.37
70. Merritt-Princeton   1,607.19
73. Kane Valley   91.60
Sundry roads (units under $50)   164.39
Plant and tools  1,504.95
Snow-removal  2,684.82
Supervision  7,279.72
$24,908.72
Cariboo Highway (Toll Section) —
Total receipts   $20,121.55
Less expenditure      13,148.53
Credit balance  6,973.02
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       17,935.70
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Emory Creek   $4,117.17
Nicola, No. 12   184.00
Cache Creek, No. 2   175.39
Cache Creek, No. 3   56.25
Bluff, No. 89  887.01
Brookmere, Nos. 1 and 2   204.20
Quilchena  180.60
Rey Lake  166.65
Lytton   2,095.99
Skookum Creek   200.33
Mill Creek, No. 2   55.70
Minniebarriet   147.90
Unnamed, No. 98   387.51
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)   (Cariboo Highway)    394.30
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   (district)    716.00
Total, A'ote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          9,969.00
Atote 156—Ferries.
Lytton   $1,191.30
Total, Vote 156—Ferries          1,191.30
Total expenditure, Yale District (North)   $113,348.76
YALE DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :  Trails to
Mineral Areas.
Trail between Aurum and Home Gold-mine  $100.00
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas   $100.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a):   Unemployment
Relief    $12,535.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act. 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 15,992.20
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   33,413.31
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   11,499.54
Total, Unemployment Relief  -     $73,440.45
A'ote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
6. Hope-Rosedale  $5,508.08
82. Hope-Princeton  -  160.17
Carried fonvard  $5,668.25    $73,540.45 O 96 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
YALE DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $5,668.25    $73,540.45
Reg. No.
83. Deroche-Agassiz    263.43
208. Harrison Hot Springs   180.30
26r. Trans-Provincial Highway  4,753.91
46r. Trans-Canada (Water Street, Hope)   95.61
Sundry roads (units under $50)    218.15
Supervision    -  187.20
Plant and tools   1,950.81
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       13,317.66
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance.
131. Harrison River (including Bridge-tender)        $2,119.13
132. Pump-house         1,848.64
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   22.54
Total, Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,990.31
Vote 156—Ferries.
Herrling Island (cable-ferry)   $53.00
Total, Vote 156—Ferries   53.00
Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Fire Mountain Trail  $175.00
Trail to Brett Gold-mines, 15-Mile Creek  63.50
Cable-bridge across Coquihalla River near Jessica   790.14
Total, Vote 118—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,028.64
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
209. Harrison Hot Springs   $51.55
26r. Trans-Provincial Highway  121.05
60a. Harrison Hot Springs  39.00
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways  211.60
Total expenditure, Yale District (South)      $92,141.66
Total expenditure, Yale District   $205,490.42
VANCOUVER.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $6,294.17
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 1,820.62
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   3,334.59
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   1,055.99
Total, Unemployment Relief      $12,505.37
VICTORIA.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $780.06
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6 :  Unemployment Relief 1,247.92
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "   100.82
Total, Unemployment Relief       $2,128.80 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 97
MISCELLANEOUS.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Unemployment Relief.
R. M. Taylor (salary and expenses)        $1,008.65
(H.) Supervision   81.97
$1,090.62
Less credit transfers   932.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Unemployment Relief   $158.62
"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)—Unemployment Relief.
Feed for starving cattle       $1,068.65
Transportation          1,057.26
$2,125.91
Less credit transfers   360.83
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)—Unemployment Relief        $1,765.08
" B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6:   Unemployment Relief.
(H.)  Supervision      $79,674.45
(J.)  Public Health        76,105.49
$155,779.94
Less credit transfers        43,749.20
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6—Unemployment Relief  $112,030.74
Vote 156.
Traffic operation and snow service  -  $9,781.50
Launch  1,767.46
Maintenance of Paved Highways (supervision)   4,969.64
Right-of-way Agent  4,180.87
Plant and tools, generally   2,600.78
Roads, generally  ,  1,526.54
Bridges, generally  4,556.96
Total, Vote 156     $29,383.75
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932."
Langley     $17.14
(H.)   Supervision   51,362.68
(J.)  Public Health   32,959.05
$84,338.87
Less credit transfers   31.17
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "     $84,307.70
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1933."
(H.)  Supervision        $5,962.29
(J.)  Public Health        11,126.61
$17,088.90
Less credit transfers          1,537.14
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "      $15,551.76
" B.C. LOAN ACT. 1933," SEC. 6.
(R.) Physically Unfit—Unemployment Relief.
Camps ,  $7,904.40
Cranbrook United Church Chinese Mission   491.75
New AVestminster Chinese Benevolent Association   996.00
Vancouver Central City Mission, Ltd  4,997.00
Carried forward     $14,389.15 O 98 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
" B.C. LOAN ACT, 1933," SEC. 6— Continued.
(R.)  Physically Unfit—Unemployment Relief—Continued.
Brought forward  $14,389.15
Vancouver Ex-Service Men's Billets   9,716.12
Vancouver Oriental Board of Missions   13,413.50
Vancouver St. Vincent's Home and Shelter  397.28
Vancouver Salvation Army   3,700.95
A'ancouver Men's Institute   5,996.70
Vancouver " Hamilton Hall "  139,883.73
Victoria Chinese Hostel  750.00
Alberni   27.80
Armstrong   358.20
Burnaby   45.10
Chilliwack City  81.50
Chilliwack District    24.90
Coquitlam     69.70
Coldstream   12.00
Cranbrook    235.30
Delta  62.90
Esquimalt  47.97
Fernie   211.84
Grand Forks   152.90
Kamloops   1,171.82
Kaslo    -  174.12
Kelowna   21.60
Langley    -  39.40
Maple Ridge   130.50
Mission Village   11.50
Nanaimo     913.37
Nelson   631.95
New AVestminster  2,274.28
North Cowichan   253.72
North Vancouver City   836.87
North Vancouver District   791.55
Penticton   166.42
Port Alberni   786.52
Port Coquitlam   105.00
Prince George   4,816.18
Prince Rupert   8,519.09
Richmond   239.00
Rossland     114.60
Saanich  376.30
Salmon Arm   7.60
Vancouver   2,546.94
Vernon  551.65
Victoria    4,215.50
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1933," Sec. 6:    (R.)  Physically Unfit-
Unemployment Relief   $219,273.02
(E.) Municipalities—Unemployment Relief.
Alberni   $4.00
Burnaby      15,640.72
Chilliwack City   148.77
Chilliwack District   15.84
Coquitlam  380.52
Cranbrook    976.12
Delta   132.24
Fernie  7,245.76
Grand Forks   92.50
Kamloops  :  741.39
Kaslo     207.10
Langley     855.42
Matsqui    239.04
Merritt   448.36
Mission  381.07
Nanaimo     191.66
Carried forward  $27,700.51 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 99
" B.C. LOAN ACT, 1933," SEC. 6—Continued.
(E.)  Municipalities—Unemployment Relief—Continued.
Brought forward  $27,700.51
Nelson     42.33
New AATestminster  7,244.18
North Cowichan   3.33
North Vancouver   3,033.55
Oak Bay   227.78
Penticton   354.18
Port Coquitlam   273.34
Prince Rupert   910.65
Saanich     2,099.22
Salmon Arm  148.63
Spallumeheen     29.85
Trail   813.59
Vancouver    39,741.07
Vernon   10.00
Victoria  5,676.40
West Vancouver   527.02
Total,  "B.C.  Loan Act,  1933,"  Sec. 6:    (E.)   Municipalities-
Unemployment Relief   $88,835.63
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1933 "—Unemployment Relief        $308,108.65
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932."
(M.)  Advances to Municipalities.
Cranbrook    $2,115.52
Maple Ridge   1,000.00
Merritt  660.87
Mission Village  500.00
Port Alberni  1,092.44
Port Coquitlam   200.81
Port Moody   2,000.00
West Vancouver   1,727.61
Total,  (M.) Advances to Municipalities   $9,297.25
(E.)  Municipalities.
Alberni  ■.  $1,021.03
Armstrong    1,370.11
Burnaby   158,982.88
Chilliwack City   2,848.81
Chilliwack District  1,163.73
Coquitlam     5,876.85
Courtenay  1,197.38
Coldstream     428.68
Cranbrook  5,141.22
Cumberland   398.95
Delta     2,657.02
Duncan     125.09
Esquimalt     3,070.35
Fernie   34,459.61
Grand Forks  2,413.27
Glenmore    5.11
Kamloops   7,576.96
Kaslo     2,679.09
Kelowna  2,140.50
Kent   186.88
Langley     6,719.20
Maple Ridge  5,078.73
Matsqui     5,602.93
Merritt   6,868.21
Mission District -  5,857.90
Mission Arillage   1,571.93
Carried fonvard  $265,442.42 O 100 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932 "—Continued.
(E.)  Municipalities—Continued.
Brought forward  $265,442.42
Nanaimo     19,746.18
Nelson     13,538.69
New Westminster    46,604,79
North Cowichan  3,048.20
North Vancouver City  :  30,323.45
North Vancouver District    42,031.77
Oak Bay   2,687.19
Peachland     74.03
Penticton   4,302.97
Pitt Meadows   189.82
Port Alberni  4,322.32
Port Coquitlam   3,739.27
Port Moody   4,892.37
Prince George   5,211.71
Prince Rupert  18,777.12
Revelstoke    2,375.39
Richmond   9,269.98
Rossland     2,700.82
Saanich     25,246.78
Salmon Arm City   1,093.66
Salmon Arm District   2.221.83
Spallumeheen     517.32
Sumas   22.30
Summerland     136.75
Surrey     4,075.74
Trail   8,555.12
Vancouver    512,863.15
Vernon   5,851.25
Victoria    57,427.88
West Vancouver   7,393.11
Total, (E.) Municipalities $1,104,683.38
(W.) Municipal Works.
Cranbrook     $897.72
Penticton   706.70
Total, (W.) Municipal Works  $1,604.42
(R.)  Physically Unfit.
Camps  $12,106.20
Point Grey  344.80
Ex-Service Men's Billets, Vancouver   3,313.30
Central Mission, Vancouver   530.60
Men's Institute, Vancouver   1,208.35
Oriental Missions, Vancouver  1,234.00
Salvation Army, Vancouver   204.20
St. Vincent's Home, A'ancouver  43.40
" Hamilton Hall," Vancouver  38,757.48
Cranbrook Mission   136.50
Victoria Hostel   241.92
Cranbrook  6.74
Cumberland   30.00
Fernie     2.85
Grand Forks   3.20
Kamloops   ,  28.30
Mission Village   55.00
Nanaimo     246.50
New AVestminster  305.60
North Cowichan   32.30
North Vancouver City   241.95
North Vancouver District \  321.50
Penticton   35.07
Carried forward  $59,429.76 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 101
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932 "—Continued.
(R.)  Physically Unfit—Continued.
Brought forward  $59,429.76
Port Alberni   233.26
Port Coquitlam   38.00
Prince George   1,049.02
Prince Rupert   4,172.85
Richmond  27.80
Rossland  67.00
Salmon Arm  :  2.40
Vernon   147.00
Victoria     1,645.15
Total,  (R.) Physically Unfit   $66,812.24
(F.) Agencies.
Alberni   $3,957.10
Anyox  833.03
Clinton   3,367.75
Cranbrook     17,553.72
Cumberland   15,746.94
Duncan   4,065.45
Fernie   28,657.15
Fort Fraser   15,750.42
Golden     9,597.35
Greenwood   113.25
Kamloops   7,651.45
Kaslo    36,758.14
Langford     11,760.70
Lillooet   3,654.10
Merritt   8,611.19
Nanaimo  50,108.14
Nelson     14,381.21
New Westminster   15,359.49
Penticton   14,676.17
Pouce Coupe   20,885.61
Powell River   7,894.24
Prince George   21,593.85
Prince Rupert   1,578.23
Princeton   537.30
Quesnel  4,861.09
Revelstoke   8,507.50
Rossland  177.62
Salmon Arm   8,471.85
Sidney  7,300.77
Smithers     10,893.55
Stewart     6,296.55
Vancouver    4,763.38
Vernon   20,410.88
Victoria    2,497.00
Williams Lake   1,907.25
$391,179.40
Less refund by Dominion Government   195,590.04
Total, (F.) Agencies   $195,589.36
(G.) Non-contributory—Agencies.
Cranbrook    $4.00
Clinton   2.02
Esquimalt  15.92
Fernie   2.60
Golden     3.50
Nelson  302.30
New AVestminster  429.07
Penticton    2.65
Carried forward  $762.06 O 102 PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
"UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932"—Continued.
(G.)  Non-contributory—Agencies—Continued.
Brought forward  $762.06
Pouce Coupe   973.40
Quesnel     40.65
Rossland     2.50
Salmon Arm   106.62
Vancouver  1,810.78
Vernon    .75
Victoria     1,988.95
$5,685.71
Less credit transfers   136.29
Total, (G.) Non-contributory—Agencies  $5,549.42
Relief Land Settlement Plan.
No.    1. Heyworth, H. H  $191.69
No.    2. Dunn, A  498.76
No.    3. Tuura, 0  246.25
No.    4. Ramsden, R. H  417.56
No.    5. Oddy, J. E  414.17
No.    6. McNally, H. A  408.22
No.    7. Fitzsimmons, R. G  381.77
No.    8. Marcell, S  340.96
No.    9. Stinson, F  411.17
No. 10. McTaggart, P. J  452.62
No. 11. Trout, AV  454.72
No. 12. Platts, T  450.79
No. 13. AVard, E. AV  439.33
No. 14. Martinson, C  312.51
No. 15. Taylor, F. A  496.36
No. 16. Gillingham, R. H  493.87
No. 17. Morrison, W. H  439.94
No. 18. Walker, R :  489.64
No. 19. Davidson, T. J :  463.81
No. 20. Clark, R. T  499.99
No. 21. Sheard, C  499.98
No. 22.  McDonald, A. M  74.20
No. 23. Sherwin, J  487.55
No. 24. Hicks, C. C. J  411.62
No. 25. Swanky, R  445.44
No. 26. Moxley, L. N  497.01
No. 27. Sabbe, L  500.00
No. 28. Langley, H  497.89
No. 29. Sales, J. T  499.20
No. 30. Wells, D  500.00
No. 31. Sanderson, F  376.30
No. 32. Cook, C  441.67
No. 34. Parsons, M. E  499.48
No. 35. Kilberg, B. 0  496.92
No. 36. Alexander, F. W  497.67
No. 37. Wilcox, E. G  495.68
No. 38. Vogt, A  496.89
No. 39. Stager, C  500.00
No. 40. Oakes, A. S  500.00
No. 41. Miller, G. H  499.71
No. 42. Amede, S  495.63
No. 43. Baxter, O. R  500.00
No. 44. Sargeant, N  391.72
No. 45. LaMarche, A. D  56.78
No. 46. Sanderson, AV  476.40
No. 47. Smith, R. J  458.43
No. 48. Olson, O. N -  355.64
No. 49. Inder, R. G  498.94
No. 50. Allen, H  499.91
No. 51. Booth, E. T  294.40
Carried fonvard     $21,549.19 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. O 103
"UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932 "—Continued.
Relief Land Settlement Plan—Continued.
Brought fonvard  $21,549.19
No. 52. Scouler, P. G  197.01
No. 53. Jones, L  271.85
$22,018.05
Less Municipalities' proportion of above expenditure  14,675.81
Total,  " Unemployment Relief Act,  1932 "—Relief Land  Settlement Plan  .'  $7,342.24
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "     $1,390,878.31
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1933."
(M.) Advances to Municipalities.
Burnaby   $53,228.09
Cranbrook    4,400.00
Grand Forks  390.19
Mission Village  1,000.00
Port Alberni  2,508.84
Port Moody   2,824.68
North Vancouver   12,224.99
West Vancouver   5,100.00
Total, (M.) Advances to Municipalities  $81,676.79
(E.)  Municipalities.
Burnaby   $14,086.14
Chilliwack    188.05
Coldstream   110.83
Delta     408.18
Fernie   7,433.14
Grand Forks-Greenwood  590.58
Kamloops   1,062.45
Kelowna   781.40
Kent  46.84
Langley     1,095.69
Matsqui     694.36
Nanaimo  2,671.22
Nelson     1,385.07
New AVestminster   5,747.03
North Vancouver   6,596.62
Port Alberni   372.10
Prince Rupert   2,498.70
Revelstoke  422.01
Richmond  1,352.93
Rossland  243.75
Saanich     2,723.39
Spallumeheen     71.34
Surrey     3,825.18
Trail   726.81
Vancouver    182,766.94
Victoria    22,545.00
AVest A'ancouver   965.50
$261,411.25
Less credit transfers   29.18
Total,  (E.)  Municipalities   $261,382.07
(R.) Physically Unfit.
Alberni   $9.50
Armstrong   143.37
Chilliwack City   16.00
Chilliwack District   9.00
Carried fonvard  $177.87 O 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1933-34.
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1933 "—Continued.
(R.)  Physically Unfit—Continued.
Brought forward  $177.87
Coldstream   6.00
Cranbrook -  11.40
Esquimalt     12.40
Fernie   63.61
Glenmore    2.52
Grand Forks-Greenwood  107.30
Kamloops   545.92
Kaslo     27.00
Kelowna   6.10
Langley     24.80
Maple Ridge   68.50
Nanaimo  134.04
Nelson  220.25
New AA'estminster   1,028.15
North Cowichan   68.65
North A'ancouver City   163.41
North Vancouver District   143.32
Penticton   36.85
Port Coquitlam  20.00
Prince Rupert   2,320.78
Revelstoke    5.00
Richmond   12.00
Rossland  24.80
Saanich  66.40
Salmon Arm   2.53
Vancouver City   1,331.17
Vancouver City ("Hamilton Hall")  30,944.25
A'ancouver District  624.57
Vernon   288.95
Victoria     863.57
Camps  1,864.00
Total, (R.) Physically Unfit   $47,216.11
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1933 "        $390,274.97
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (6)   (Buildings).
New Westminster Mental Hospital   $350.40
Victoria Normal School   56.04
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (6)  (Buildings)   $406.44
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)   (Buildings).
Boys' Industrial School   $1,334.68
Barkerville Government Buildings -.  1,794.66
Essondale Mental Hospital   2,365.00
Oakalla Prison Farm   9,403.34
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)  (Buildings)   $14,897.68
Total, Capital Account (Buildings)          $15,304.12
$5,202,330.77
Less refund by B.C. Special Commission, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "          175,872.40
$5,026,458.37
Votes 152-155, 160, 162, 118, 156a, 158, 159, 159a, and 159b         496,869.26
(For details see Public Accounts.) 	
$5,523,327.63
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1934.
455-1134-9569

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