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 EEPOET
OF THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OP THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR 193435
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY  OP THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Chaeles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1935. To His Honour John William Fordham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department
for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1935, in compliance with the provisions of
the " Public Works Act."
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Minister of Public Works.
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m  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 2nd, 1935.
Hon. F. M. MacPherson,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to report as follows on the work and activities of this Department
during the fiscal year 1934-35:—
ROADS AND BRIDGES.
Maintenance.—Expenditures for maintenance of roads, bridges, and ferries, including
maintenance of paved highways, totalled $1,317,718.84, as compared with $1,226,741.60 in the
previous year; while this expenditure is considerably below the average under this heading
for the ten years prior to 1931, it must be remembered that a considerable amount of maintenance and minor betterment work is now done by men working in return for direct relief;
it is not, however, possible readily to state the value of such work in dollars and cents.
Construction.—Under this heading, the Department was decidedly more active than during the previous year; in addition to the work carried out by single homeless men in relief
camps, under the care of the Department of National Defence, it was possible to finance other
work from capital funds and from what was termed " Provincial Works Loan (P.C. 2013)
Unemployment Relief Fund," which latter funds were loaned by the Dominion Government
for the purpose of stimulating employment. Details of the expenditures are given in the
financial section of this report and particulars of the work done will be found in the attached
individual reports of District Engineers and other officials. An analysis of the accounts shows
expenditures of $575,699.26 on roads, $304,144.45 on bridges, $58,665.47 on buildings, $19,274.35
on trails to mineral areas and on mining-roads, as well as $120,731.61 under the heading of
" flood damage," or a total of $1,078,515.14, exclusive of expenditures on equipment and equipment-sheds and exclusive of expenditures on relief.
In organizing the work of the Department, first consideration was given to the preparation
of main roads as a preliminary to bituminous surfacing, especially in the southern interior
portion of the Province, and particularly on the Trans-Canada, Southern Trans-Provincial,
and the Okanagan Highways; good progress was made, nearly 300 miles of road being ready
for surfacing by the early summer of 1935. In this connection it may be said that, for this
class of surfacing, it is of primary importance that the road shall be in proper condition to
take the surface; the grading of the existing gravel surface must be good and the drainage
satisfactory; unless these conditions are met, the resulting surfacing job is liable to be
unsatisfactory and expensive to maintain.
The following is a summary of the works undertaken on highways during the year, including work carried out by relief crews from the Department of National Defence relief camps:—
Class of Highway-work.
Trunk and
Main
Highways.
Other
Roads.
Total.
Miles.
24
123
Miles.
151
70
Miles.
175
193
232
Gravel surfacing  renewed          	
360
119 T 4 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Attached to this report is a schedule showing the highway relief projects undertaken or
continued during the year by the Department of National Defence. Construction-work was
continued at both ends of the Hope-Princeton section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway and on the Revelstoke end of the Big Bend section of the Trans-Canada Highway, these
being the two most important road-construction projects in progress at the present time.
Owing to the conditions under which this relief-work is organized, progress is, unfortunately,
somewhat slower than could be wished for. The Province continued to supply and maintain
the machinery in use on these relief projects and to pay the mechanics' and operators' wages
as well as the cost of additional wages for skilled labour. The cost of surveys is also paid by
the Province. Camps were supplied by the Province and are maintained by the Department of
National Defence.
THE UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION.
As reported last year, the Department of Public Works has been relieved of the burden
of administering this major problem of Provincial Government; all relief accounting, however,
is still handled by this Department under the direction of the Chief Accountant. As far as
possible, Provincial direct relief in unorganized territory was again on a " work basis " and
officials of this Department, as in previous years, co-operated with Government Agents in
supervising the work.
Returns received show that on January 31st, 1935, the total number of men in relief camps
was 7,142, this being the highest number for the year; the lowest number occurred at the
end of August.    The details are as follows:—
Number of Men in Relief Camps.
Highest as Lowest as
In Department of National Defence relief camps:—       g*rtJlMS? siJtwu.
(a.)  On Provincial road projects     6,041 3,164
(6.)   On other projects, such as airports        636 490
(c.)   Headquarters of projects         161 145
■    In Provincial relief camps         304 326
Totals     7,142 4,125
In the previous year the peak was 7,783 men in camps.
STORM AND FLOOD DAMAGE.
During the month of January a disastrous snow-storm took place, which was followed, on
the Coast, by a sudden rise in temperature and by heavy and prolonged rains, resulting in
extensive floods. Included in this report is a tabulation, based on figures kindly supplied by
the Superintendent of the Gonzales Heights Meteorological Observatory, which clearly shows
the enormous precipitation for January, 1935, compared with the average precipitation for
January.
The heaviest snowfall occurred on January 20th and 21st, 1935; during the following
week transportation and communication in the Lower Fraser Valley were entirely disrupted,
and it was not until January 29th, 1935, that the transcontinental railway service was again
in operation. The town of Chilliwack was isolated for about one month, owing to a break
in the Sumas Dyke, which flooded the main highway. The Fraser Canyon section of the
Cariboo Road was blocked by slides and through traffic for light vehicles only was not resumed
until March 6th, 1935. In order to prevent damage to flooded highways by traffic, the provisions of section 33 of the " Highway Act" were invoked by the passing of regulations tem->
porarily restricting traffic to 2% tons gross on roads in Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle
Districts, and temporarily closing the Pacific Highway to all traffic.
The Bridge River Road was closed for nine days owing to slides, a condition which caused
much anxiety. An enormous washout occurred on Marine Drive in the University Endowment area; approximately 370,000 cubic yards of material were required in order to repair the
road at this point. Many bridges were washed out, but in a number of cases these were
nearing obsolescence. The sum of $120,731.61 is shown in the accounts this year for repairs
to storm damage, although this amount does not represent the entire cost, many of the repairs
having been effected during the fiscal year 1935-36.    When all accounts have been received, REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
T 5
it is expected that the entire cost will be about one-half million dollars; in return for this
expenditure the Department will have several new bridges and also improved roads in many
cases.
BRIDGES.
Attached is report of the Bridge Engineer, together with statement of bridges constructed
or reconstructed, which shows that there was more activity in this branch of the work than
during the previous year. Attention is drawn to the Bridge Engineer's remarks concerning
the increase in weight and volume of traffic and obsolescence of many structures.
FERRIES.
The report of the Mechanical Superintendent gives, in some detail, the result of inspection made on power-ferries; the condition of such ferries, generally, is satisfactory as well
as the service given. A tabulation is attached showing traffic handled by the more important
ferries during the year.
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
The opportunity was taken to utilize a portion of the special funds available to construct
equipment-sheds and repair-shops at several points; in particular, sheds were constructed at
two points on the Barkerville Road and at two points on the Bridge River Road in order to
provide more adequate accommodation for snow-ploughing equipment. Although the situation with regard to housing of equipment is greatly improved, further accommodation is still
necessary.
An inventory and schedule showing valuation of plant and tools accompanies this report.
BITUMINOUS SURFACING.
The work for 1934-35 comprised 24.54 miles of new bituminous surfacing and 2.86 miles
of resurfacing and spraying of about 5 miles of tar dust-layer, the total cost being $44,782.01.
Expenditures according to districts are given in the financial section of this report. Expenditures for maintenance charges amounted to $58,829.89.
Summary of Bituminous-surfacing Work carried out, Fiscal Year 1934-35.
Class of Work.
Provincial
Highways.
Classified Highways.
Arterial.
Primary.
Total.
Two-coat tar spray.  	
One-coat tar spray with asphalt seal	
Tar road mix mulch and asphalt seal-
Asphalt road mix mulch  	
One-coat tar respray   -
Asphalt premix mulch, recap—	
Totals   !	
Miles.
8.85
2.60
1.45
4.59
0.56
Miles.
4.90
0.60
2.30
18.05
7.80
Miles.
1.55
Miles.
15.30
2.60-
1.45
5.19
2.30
0.56
27.40
SNOW-REMOVAL.
As will be noted from the individual reports of District Engineers, heavy snow was
experienced during the winter, resulting in an increase in the mileage ploughed as well as the
cost per mile.
In all, 6,239 miles of roads were ploughed, some requiring ploughing only once, others
several times, and, in some cases, continuously for as long as six weeks. The total cost, including machinery charges based on fair rentals for machinery used, averaged $21.17 per mile of
road kept open; the average cost per snow-plough mile (i.e., the average cost for ploughing
1 mile of road once) was $3.79, the highest for any district being $24.39. Operation, wages,
gasoline, oil, and supplies represented 73 per cent, of the total cost. These roads were
ploughed an average of 5.6 times during the season. T 6 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
The unusually heavy snowfall experienced during January, 1935, has drawn attention to
the inadequacy of the snow-removal equipment at present owned by this Department. In his
report, the Mechanical Superintendent has recommended that four or five modern snow-fighting
units be acquired, these to be located at strategic points throughout the Province.
Most of the trouble encountered in snow-removal is caused by slides or drifts. While it is
seldom possible to prevent drifting entirely, well-placed snow-fences are found to be of great
assistance, but before any expense for such fences is incurred a careful study of the conditions
in each location—and some experimentation—is generally necessary. During the fiscal year
a general survey was made with regard to drifting conditions throughout the Province and
the opinion of the various District Engineers was obtained, and studies will be made during
the winter of 1935-36 with a view to a somewhat more general use of snow-fencing in the future,
if it can be shown that such use is economical.
TRAILS.
The Department has 4,372 miles of ordinary trails and 5,387 miles of mining-trails on the
registers at the present time, the total being 9,759 miles. In addition to ordinary maintenance,
assistance was provided by the Mines Department in the amount of $36,155.78 as grants in aid
of mining trails and roads; in addition to this, $6,320.58 was provided from capital account
and $12,953.77 from the " Provincial Works Loan," or a total of $55,430.13.
ROAD MILEAGE.
Included in this report is the usual statement of total Provincial road mileage, showing
classified highways separately, by electoral districts, the total being 19,739.84 miles as at
March 31st, 1935. Some slight changes in various districts are due to revision of road registers
which has been undertaken during the year; this revision is not yet complete. It will be noted
that, according to the returns received, there are 6,688 miles of gravelled and 632 miles of paved
or bituminous-surfaced highways. The total Provincial and classified mileage of 19,739.84 miles
may be classed as follows:—
Miles.
Trunk and main highways   5,986.44
Local roads   4,624.39
Settlement, farm, and industrial roads  9,129.01
CLASSIFIED HIGHWAYS.
Very few changes were made under this heading during the fiscal year. In the City of
Alberni the classification of the River Road, No. 5b, was raised from secondary to primary,
the total distance being 1.6 miles; in Delta Municipality, the arterial classification of the
unconstructed portion of the Ladner-Marsh Road, No. 80r, a distance of 0.73 mile, was
rescinded. A change was made in the Municipality of Spallumcheen, the arterial classification
of a portion of the Vernon-Salmon Arm Road, 3.36 miles in length, having been rescinded, and
the Lansdowne Loop Road, No. 70a, formerly primary, was reclassified as arterial to form
part of the Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway. As at October 31st, 1935, there was a total of
307.60 miles of municipal roads classified as arterial, 58.86 miles classified as primary, and
151.62 miles classified as secondary.
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC.
Traffic on the Cariboo Road, as recorded from April 16th to November 15th, 1934, showed
a daily average of 103 vehicles as compared with ninety-two vehicles in 1933, the daily average
of foreign vehicles being fourteen as compared with thirteen for the previous year. A total of
22,105 vehicles passed through the toll-gate during the year 1934 between April 16th and
November 15th. A tabulation of the monthly records of 1934 traffic is attached, showing also
the figures for 1935.
In the 1932-33 report a comparative tabulation was given showing records of traffic for
four important ferries, as an indication of the fluctuation of volume of traffic generally
throughout the Province; this tabulation has been brought up to date as follows (an increase
of about 10 per cent, in total traffic on these ferries in the year 1934-35 will be noted) :— REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
T 7
Records of Traffic for Four Important Ferries.
Name of Ferry.
Total Number of Vehicles carried.
1928-29.    1930-31.   1931-32.    1932-33.     1933-34.    1934-35
Castlegar   (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)	
Kelowna-Westbank   (Okanagan Highway)	
Ladner-Woodward  (Vancouver to Delta)	
Agassiz-Rosedale (Fraser River, north to south side)
Totals   	
50,139
29,097
38,200
29,756
60,194
34,755
39,642
36,808
62,806
35,750
52,343
35,030
51,266
33,080
48,328
30,644
49,863
31,424
47,152
25,184
147,192
171,399
185,929
163,318
54,305
38,033
52,155
24,296
153,623  j  168,789
MOTOR CARRIERS.
The report of the Traffic Superintendent indicates that there was very little change in the
number of licences for public carriers issued or in the amount collected in fees. In my last
report I referred to the problem of the " contract carrier "; careful consideration was given to
this question during the year, resulting in the preparation of a Bill to amend Part V. of the
" Highway Act."    This matter is dealt with more fully under the heading of " Legislation."
It is desired to take this opportunity of placing on record the services rendered by the
Advisory Board in dealing with applications for licences and in connection with preparation of
the draft amendments referred to.
LEGISLATION.
Bill No. 65, " An Act to amend the ' Highway Act,' " received assent on March 23rd, 1935.
Section 8 was amended to give the Minister the power to erect, maintain, and remove snow-
fences on private property; provision was also made, under this section, for the amendment
of Gazette notices establishing highways for the purpose of correcting any error or supplying
any omission therein; power was also given to the Minister, under this section, to give a name
to or change the name of any highway in unorganized territory by notice in the Gazette.
Section 11 (2) was re-enacted; by this amendment it is now only necessary to advertise
the intention to close or discontinue a highway when such highway is in actual use by any
person.    Minor amendments were made to sections 17, 34, and 36.
Part V., dealing with licensing of motor carriers, was entirely re-enacted, and this portion
of the Act now applies to all vehicles carrying freight, whether or not for compensation, and
to all vehicles carrying passengers for compensation on highways in unorganized territory or
on arterial or primary highways within a municipality, unless exempted by the Act or regulations thereunder.
Under this Act, carriers are divided into three main classes—namely, public carriers of
passengers or freight, limited carriers of passengers or freight, and private freight-vehicles.
Fees are fixed by regulation, but may not exceed the maximum amounts provided in the
Schedule to the Act; all fees are payable in advance. The Act provides penalties for soliciting
of transportation business by persons who do not hold a carrier's licence. It was provided that
this amended Part V. of the Act should come into force on the Proclamation of the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council; before this could be effected it was necessary to draft the new regulations, and, accordingly, the amended Part V. did not come into operation during the fiscal year
under review.
While it is, as yet, too early to judge whether the new provisions will be entirely satisfactory, there is no doubt that some action of this nature was necessary in order to control the
activities of persons who were undoubtedly making use of the highway for gain but whose
operations did not come under the provisions of the old Act.
Data were obtained and a draft was prepared for a revision of the regulations, pursuant
to section 34 of the " Highway Act," governing weights of vehicles, as the old regulations were
rapidly becoming obsolete. This revision did not, however, become effective during the fiscal
year.
ADMINISTRATION.
Effective April 1st, 1934, the field organization of the Department was revised, the number
of engineering districts being reduced to eight in number; the electoral districts included in T 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
each engineering district and the names and location of the District Engineers are given at
the head of the individual reports for the various engineering districts. The reorganization
achieved the dual purpose of economy and increased efficiency of administration. The present
staff of the Department includes eight District Engineers, fourteen Assistant District
Engineers in charge of one or more electoral districts, and twelve General Foremen in charge
of an electoral district or portion thereof. In addition, the outside staff includes a Highway
Traffic Branch and Right-of-way Agent with offices in Vancouver.
For the purpose of standardization, the general wage-scale for public works was revised
during the year.
Correspondence at headquarters showed a slight increase, 44,400 inward and outward
letters being attended to and approximately 68,000 files handled.
A total of 117 sets of subdivision plans, submitted for approval under the terms of the
" Land Registry Act," were dealt with during the fiscal year.
It is a pleasure to record the loyal and faithful services rendered by the various officials
at headquarters and by the field staff.
During the first four months of the fiscal year Mr. P. Philip was Chief Engineer of the
Department, my appointment to this position having been effective August 1st, 1934.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. DIXON,
Chief Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Maintenance of Public Buildings.—The appropriation for maintenance of public buildings
was supplemented by funds made available from the Provincial Works Loan; it was therefore
possible to effect some greatly needed repairs to public buildings which could not otherwise
have been attempted, with the result that several buildings have been saved from falling into
a serious state of disrepair. It would greatly assist in placing the buildings in a sound
structural condition if further funds could be made available, as the general repair vote is
inadequate for the purpose.
Accommodation.—It is desired respectfully to draw your attention to the overcrowding of
office and hospital accommodation in buildings under Provincial control. The saturation-point
has been reached in the Parliament Buildings and in the Court-houses at Vancouver, Kamloops,
Nelson, New Westminster, and elsewhere. In our mental hospitals, in particular, it is now
necessary to improvise ways and means in order to provide adequately for the increased
population in these institutions; such services as nursing, laundry, bakery, and sewerage-
disposal are also inadequate to meet the demands which such increases make upon them, and
the Province will undoubtedly be faced with a considerable outlay in the near future to remedy
this condition.
Tranquille Sanatorium.—The construction of an additional unit to the boiler plant is
nearly complete; this unit will have sufficient capacity to take the whole load at this institution
in the coldest weather and is so constructed as to be capable of using coal from mines in the
interior of the Province to advantage, providing that the price of such fuel is favourable.
Furniture.—The expansion of the public services has resulted in increased demands on
available funds for the equipment of new offices, and a considerable amount of renewals and
repairs have been necessary to typewriters and other office machinery.
Grounds.—The grounds at the various public buildings and institutions are being steadily
improved, and in this connection use has been made of a number of shrubs from the nursery
at Essondale.
Plans for Schools and Hospitals.—This Branch has supplied a number of plans and
specifications for rural schools throughout the Province; the calling of tenders, however, was
dealt with by the various Boards and the work carried out under their direction. Sketch-plans
have been supplied for several small hospitals during the year.
New Work.—Work is in progress on the new Home for the Aged and remodelling of the
Boys' Industrial School at Coquitlam.    Plans are being prepared for a tubercular wing at .
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BARRIERE BRIDGE, NORTH THOMPSON RIVER, KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Two 150-foot creosoted timber spans on creosoted pile piers.
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COTTONWOOD BRIDGE, OVER COTTONWOOD RIVER, CARIBOO DISTRICT.
One 140-foot Howe-truss span of creosoted timber and seven 19-foot trestle spans, all on concrete piers.    Total
length, 276 feet.    Roadway width, 16 feet.  REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER. T 9
the Vancouver General Hospital.    This Branch has also prepared complete plans and specifications for the stadium at the University of British Columbia.
Staff.—During the year an engineer was appointed to the technical staff of the Branch
to supervise heating plants in public buildings throughout the Province; it is expected that
a distinct saving will be accomplished by careful supervision of these plants, particularly by
the selection of the right type of coal and equipment in each case. The work carried out by
the various tradesmen at the Parliament Buildings and institutions during the exceptional
floods in the early part of this year is worthy of special mention; they gave freely of their
time and service, and it is gratifying to report that, through their efforts, damage to public
buildings was negligible.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Henry Whittaker,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER.
I have the honour to report upon the construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of
bridges throughout the Province for the fiscal year 1934-35, as follows:—
During the first nine and one-half months of the fiscal year—that is from April 1st, 1934,
to January 15th, 1935—the weather conditions were generally favourable; summer high
water did not reach stages above the average on any of the rivers and creeks. Fall floods in
the Coast region are expected during October and November, but there were no fall floods
of consequence anywhere in the Province except on the Bella Coola River; an extraordinary
flood even for this turbulent stream took place in October, resulting in the almost complete
destruction of two major bridges at Hagensborg. It appeared as though the Department
would finish the season without other serious loss, but, unfortunately, one of the worst storms
experienced on the Coast in many years broke on January 20th.
The southern half of Vancouver Island and the Fraser Valley from Agassiz to Vancouver
suffered the worst tie-up of transportation facilities in their history. All the smaller rivers
and creeks rose to unprecedented levels. Within twenty-four hours, communications by
railway, road, telephone, and telegraph were cut off, making it all but impossible to get crews
to points of danger or even to get reliable information as to what was happening.
The damage done to structures was very considerable; fortunately, such damage was
confined largely to the minor bridges and culverts and, luckily enough, to structures that were
altogether or nearly due for renewal. The main exceptions to this statement were the San
Juan River and Jordan River Bridges on Vancouver Island and the damage to one of the
main piers in the Stave River Bridge.
The effect in some parts of the Province of the mild weather and rains was to cause rivers
to rise sufficiently to bring down large quantities of ice, with the result that two major bridges
were lost—namely, the Kiskatinaw Bridge in Peace River District and the Cottonwood River
Bridge in the Cariboo District; these both were old structures and plans had already been
made to renew them, so that their loss was not really a serious matter.
Altogether, therefore, it was a difficult year. Funds badly needed for other works had
to be applied to the repair of storm damage and the orderly prosecution of the Department's
regular bridge programme was seriously disrupted.
In all districts skilled men were available who were glad to get the work and prepared to
render quite satisfactory service. Material costs were a little higher than in the previous
year.    Delivery of materials was generally prompt.
The major structures renewed during the year were as follows: Cottonwood River Bridge,
Cariboo District; Kootenay River Bridge at Fort Steele, Cranbrook District; Old Town Bridge
over Michel Creek, Fernie District; Barriere Bridge over North Thompson River, Kamloops
District; Delkatla Slough Bridge, Prince Rupert District; and Canford Bridge over the
Nicola River, Yale District. Many minor structures were renewed and a very considerable
sum was expended on repairs; some of the older and larger bridges had to be extensively
repaired and reinforced. T 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Many structures throughout the Province are rapidly becoming unfit for traffic and beyond
repair; their renewal will be necessary in the near future. Highway traffic is still increasing
both in weight and in volume; consequently, risks are being taken in trying to maintain in
service structures that are old, too light, and otherwise inadequate.
The reaction ferries received considerable attention, as several of them are getting old
and are below capacity to take care of traffic properly.
Funds do not permit of doing much in the way of bank-protection and stream-regulation;
with the heavy equipment now available it would seem advisable to consider more modern
and less expensive ways of preventing erosion of banks and flooding of lands and works.
It is a pleasure to again record the efficient and dependable services of the whole staff.
Respectfully submitted.
A. L. Carruthers,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.
A detailed inspection of the equipment and machinery in every district in the Province
was carried out during the fiscal year 1934-35, with the exception of Peace Diver District;
reports were submitted showing major repairs and replacements to each unit at time of
inspection and repairs recommended to place it in working condition; 1,889 units were
inspected. During the year the following units were purchased: Twelve autos, sixty-eight
trucks, two caterpillar tractors, one bulldozer, nine snow-ploughs, six snow-blades, two hoists,
one pump, and one concrete-mixer.
Practically every unit owned by the Department was employed in order to provide equipment to carry out the ordinary work of the Department and the relief operations of the Department of National Defence. Some of the older trucks were withdrawn from service and
replaced by new units, but there are still a great many trucks and other units in operation
which have reached the stage where the annual maintenance costs and losses incurred due
to lack of dependability are in excess of the cost of replacement.
The storms and heavy snowfall experienced during January disclosed the fact that the
snow-removal equipment owned by the Department is inadequate and most of it has insufficient
speed to cope with emergency conditions. In order to keep the main highways open even
during normal winter conditions, four or five modern snow-fighting units are urgently required
and recommended. These should consist of four-wheel-drive trucks equipped with V-type
snow-ploughs with wings and should be located at strategic points throughout the Province.
EQUIPMENT-SHEDS AND REPAIR-SHOPS.
Buildings were constructed as follows: In the Cariboo District, equipment-sheds on the
Barkerville Road at Stanley and at Barkerville; in the Lillooet District, equipment-sheds
on the Bridge River Road at Mission Mountain and at Goldbridge; in the Peace River District,
equipment-shed at Fort St. John; in the Alberni-Nanaimo District, a repair-shed at Nanaimo;
in the Fernie District, an equipment-shed and repair-shop at Fernie; in the Fort George
District, a repair-shop at Prince George.
Some preliminary work was also done clearing a site at Nelson for a repair-shop.
The situation with regard to the housing of equipment is much improved since last report,
but there are still many districts where accommodation for housing and storing equipment
is inadequate.
POWER-FERRIES.
In addition to the road machinery and equipment, the power-ferries operated by the
Department were inspected and reported on.
Kelowna-Westbank Ferry.—This ferry was hauled out on the ways owned by the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company at Okanagan Landing in March, 1935, when extensive repairs,
occasioned by the presence of dry-rot in the timbers above the water-line, were carried out. PROTECTION-WORK, COQUITLAM RIVER.
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The main engine and auxiliaries were overhauled while the vessel was on the ways and the
ferry generally put in first-class condition. While repairs to the engine and hull were being
made, the ferry service was maintained by the Canadian National Railway Company's Tug
No. 5 and one of their car-barges.
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry.—The 90-horse-power Wisconsin engines on the M.S. " Eena,"
which had been in almost constant operation since 1919, were replaced in September, 1934,
by two 106-horse-power Ruston-Lister Diesel engines, with a 7-horse-power Ruston-Lister
Diesel engine as auxiliary equipment; these engines have given entire satisfaction to date.
The service is maintained by the " Eena " under licence by J. T. Henley.
Nelson Ferry.—This cable power-ferry has maintained a continuous 24-hour-per-day
service for years with very little interruption. Dry-rot which has been reported in the barge
for the last three years has increased to such an extent that extensive repairs or replacement
will be necessary during fiscal year 1935-36.
Kootenay Lake Ferry.—A service of three round trips daily in the summer and two round
trips daily in the winter is maintained between Gray Creek and Fraser's Landing on Kootenay
Lake by the S.S. " Nasookin." Alterations to the superstructure during fiscal year 1934-35
included the removal of the second and third decks, with the exception of the observation-room
on the second deck, and pilot-house lowered to second deck and set farther forward. These
alterations have made the vessel easier to handle and have reduced the fuel-consumption.
Two new Class A lifeboats were also installed and the vessel painted generally. Major repairs
to the boiler will require to be undertaken during next fiscal year.
Francois Lake Ferry.—This ferry service is supplied by a vessel of steel construction
66 feet 8 inches in length, beam 27 feet 6 inches, powered with two 30-horse-power Vivian
gas-engines, and has been maintained without interruption, except when conditions have made
it necessary to haul the vessel out, a very creditable performance. The lake froze over on
January 12th, 1935, and service was resumed early in May. During the time the vessel was
hauled out minor repairs to the hull and engines were carried out.
Castlegar Ferry.—Dry-rot has been reported in the barge of this ferry for the last two
years, and this condition should be kept under close observation until an opportunity occurs
to have the ferry hauled out and a detailed inspection made. This is a power cable-ferry
operating -across the Columbia River near Castlegar.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry.—M.S. " Agassiz " was transferred from the Agassiz-Rosedale
run in November, 1932, to replace Ladner-Woodward Ferry No. 3, withdrawn from service.
The service was maintained according to the terms of the licence granted to L. H. Robson.
N eedles-F auquier Ferry.—A power cable-ferry supplies an hourly schedule between the
above points on the Arrow Lakes. Dry-rot has developed in the barge and this condition will
require attention in the near future.
Twelve-mile Ferry.—This is a power cable-ferry on the Columbia River, 12 miles south
of Revelstoke;   barge, engine, and towers are all in good condition.
Twenty-four-mile Ferry.—The old barge, which was in a very serious and unsafe condition, was replaced with a new one in the winter of 1934 and the ferry is now in a safe and
satisfactory condition.
Harrop-Long Beach Ferry.—The barge was hauled out during the fall of 1934 on the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's ways at Nelson and some of the timbers affected by
dry-rot were replaced. It is possible that further repairs will be necessary before the
condition of the barge can be considered to be satisfactory.
Kootenay River Ferry.—Some damage was done to the housework on this ferry by fire last
December; the housework has been rebuilt and the ferry is in good working condition. The
ferry traffic in this area has increased rapidly during the last few years, due to the increased
acreage brought under cultivation by the reclamation schemes in progress. The question of
replacing the present ferry with a larger one or building a bridge across the Kootenay River
at the ferry crossing should be given consideration when estimates are being considered for
1936-37.
Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry.—A service of five round trips per day is maintained
between the above points on Shuswap Lake by the M.S. " G. B. Wright." The hull and engines
are in first-class condition. T 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Shuswap Lake Ferry.—This service was formerly undertaken with the S.S. " Whitesmith "
under licence, whereby Messrs. White and Smith were paid an annual subsidy of $8,000.
The licence expired in November, 1934, since which date a weekly trip between Sicamous and
Seymour Arm and extending to Salmon Arm, Eagle Bay, and Anglemont on the main lake
has been furnished under the supervision of this Department.
Ferries Generally.—Overhauls and repairs to the hulls and engines of the power-ferries
operated by the Department have been carried out with a minimum of interruption in the
scheduled runs and the least possible inconvenience to the travelling public. Wherever
possible a substitute ferry service has been supplied when it was necessary to withdraw the
regular ferry from service to make repairs. All ferries which are operated subject to the
provisions of the " Canada Shipping Act " have been inspected and certified by the Dominion
Steamship Inspector.
Respectfully submitted.
J. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent.
REPORT OF THE TRAFFIC SUPERINTENDENT.
Attached hereto is a statement of public passenger- and freight-vehicle licences issued
during the calendar year 1934; the total number of passenger licences in force as at December
31st, 1934, was 193, this being 3.76 per cent, more than the previous year;   the number of
freight-vehicle licences in force at the same date was 161, a decrease of 3 per cent.
Licence fees collected during the calendar year of 1934 were as follows:—
Licence-plate fees       $886.00
Passenger licence fees      7,022.35
Freight licence fees      3,696.39
Total $11,604.74
During the calendar year 1934, 520 applications were considered and 444 licences issued.
The mechanical inspection of public vehicles during the year was largely carried out by
the Mechanical Inspection Department of the Provincial Police. The Department's Traffic
Inspector's time has been fully occupied by investigations and weighing of vehicles at Spuzzum
and in the Bridge River and Cariboo areas, as well as on the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver
Island, for the purpose of checking up and preventing the overloading of motor-trucks as far
as possible.
The Department has again been greatly assisted by the co-operation of the Provincial
Police in the enforcement of the " Highway Act " and. regulations thereunder, in so far as they
relate to traffic.
There were five prosecutions for violation of the provisions of Part V. of the " Highway
Act."
Thirteen meetings of the Advisory Board were held for the purpose of dealing with various
applications for public carrier licences; in addition, the members of the Board attended a considerable number of special meetings held for the purpose of investigating complaints. The
valuable assistance rendered by the members of this Board in the preparation of the draft of
the amendments to Part V. of the " Highway Act" is gratefully recorded.
Respectfully submitted.
R. J. Stewart,
Traffic Superintendent. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 13
PART V. OF " HIGHWAY ACT "—LICENSING OF PUBLIC VEHICLES.
Statement of Licences issued for Public Passenger-vehicles during the
Calendar Year 1934.
1V0 of V hides    ^°* °^ Licences
Carrying Capacity. 'lir-onspd cancelled
licensed. during Period.
1 to    5 passengers   38 13
6 to 10 passengers   78 27
11 to 20 passengers   43 3
21 to 30 passengers   65 1
Over 30 passengers   13
237 44
Total passenger licences issued J  237
Total passenger licences cancelled     44
Total passenger licences in force at December 31st, 1934  193
Statement of Licences issued for Public Freight-vehicles during the
Calendar Year 1934.
xr    ~u \r us i ,.    No. of Licences
Carrying Capacity. licenced cancelled
licensed. during Period.
Up to 1% tons       72 19
Over 1% tons and up to 2% tons       93 21
Over 2% tons       42 6
207 46
Total freight licences issued  207
Total freight licences cancelled     46
Total freight licences in force at December 31st, 1934  161
DISTRICT REPORTS.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1  (VANCOUVER ISLAND, THE ISLANDS,
AND NORTH PART OF MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, H. L. Swan, Victoria.
General.—The change of electoral district boundaries according to the redistribution in
1932 was made effective for the purposes of administration on April 1st, 1934. The most
important result was the moving of the Comox District boundary southerly from Big Qualicum
River to Craig's Crossing, thus transferring Parksville and Qualicum into the Comox District.
The Alberni constituency was combined with that of Nanaimo into the Alberni-Nanaimo
Electoral District, and the Ladysmith office was retained as the headquarters for the
Cowichan-Newcastle and Alberni-Nanaimo Districts, including Gabriola Island, formerly in
the Islands District, now in the Cowichan-Newcastle District.
During the fiscal year 1933-34, Esquimalt, the Islands, and Saanich were combined with
one district office, using for the purpose the office which was formerly the headquarters for
the Saanich District. This allowed the offices at Langford and Sidney to be closed, resulting
in a considerable saving in administrative costs.    This change, having proved to be satisfac- T 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
tory, was confirmed in April, 1934, by the appointment of an Assistant District Engineer,
with headquarters at the Burnside office, in charge of the three districts. The southern portion of the Mackenzie District from Jervis Inlet south was, for convenience in administration,
transferred to Engineering District No. 2.
Storm Damage.—The winter of 1934-35 was remarkable for its severity, starting with a
flood in the Bella Coola Valley in October, which reached a height greater than has been
recorded during the past forty years, causing the flooding of the settlement of Hagensborg,
and the loss of a bridge over the Bella Coola River and another over the Store Branch at Bella
Coola, and damage to minor bridges and to several miles of road.
This was followed by a heavy snowfall all over Vancouver Island in December and
January; very low temperatures in the early part of January were succeeded by a particularly bad snow-storm on January 20th, which left from 1 to 4 feet of show on the Island Highway. On the night of the 20th a rise of approximately 20° in temperature and a warm rain
caused acute flood conditions in the southerly districts. The flood did not abate until the 26th,
on which date the rain stopped.
Minor washouts were general and one of a serious character occurred at Mile 12 on the
Island Highway (Goldstream). By noon of the 21st travel over the Malahat became impossible, two King-truss bridges being damaged beyond economical repair and 900 feet of road
being washed out by the changing of the channel of the Goldstream. All up-island traffic
was diverted by way of the Mill Bay Ferry, as the bridge across Wolf Creek on the Old Trunk
Road near Kapoor was washed out.
On January 24th it was necessary temporarily to close all highways in the Esquimalt and
Cowichan Districts to vehicles weighing more than 2% tons gross. On January 25th work
was started on a diversion at Goldstream and on February 14th the Malahat was opened to
one-way traffic over the new diversion.
At Port Renfrew approximately 1,000 feet of the highway traffic-bridge over the San
Juan River was completely washed out, as also was the bridge at Jordan River.
In the Northerly Districts of Alberni and Comox the snow was deeper and the thaw not
quite so sudden; nevertheless, a severe flood occurred at the end of January and one span of
the Condensory Bridge at Courtenay and two trestle bridges on the Sproat Lake Road were
washed out, besides many minor washouts and general road damage throughout the districts.
In the Cowichan District, at Duncan, the Cowichan River eroded the bank and washed
out 900 feet of the Island Highway between Mile 41 and Mile 42. This washout was repaired
during the fiscal year 1935-36 by hauling rock from Cassidy over a spur to the Esquimalt &
Nanaimo Railway, built by the Department. The assistance and close co-operation of the
officials of the railway company in connection with this work is gratefully acknowledged.
Acknowledgment is made of the skill, loyalty, and sense of responsibility displayed by the
men in the service of this Department during a period of trial such as, it is to be hoped, will
not be experienced again.
The winter storms have been dealt with at some length, as this overshadows in importance
all the other work of the district and has had very important results by the relocation and reconstruction to modern standards of sections of the road which were damaged by the storm.
Construction and Reconstruction—Island Highway.—At Mile 20 on the Malahat a very
dangerous corner was improved by widening in rock. At Koksilah, Mile 40, Vz mile on the
Island Highway was regraded and gravelled to improve the surface alignment. As this piece
of road is a tangent paralleling the railway, the removal of the wavy surface has made an
improvement which is very noticeable. At Mile 48.2 a culvert was replaced by a pile-trestle
bridge to prevent flooding. Through the Oyster Bay Indian Reserve, Mile 63.5, work was
continued by relief crews on the major diversion which it is expected will be finished during
the fiscal year 1935-36. At Mile 66.0 a diversion of the South Wellington Cut-off to avoid the
wavy section of this piece of road was continued. The increase in vehicle speeds is making it
more apparent every year that a road which provided sufficiently smooth riding even five years
ago may now be altogether unsatisfactory, and this condition is worse where the surface is
well maintained, as it is difficult to see the humps and hollows.
North of Nanaimo work was continued on the diversion at Mile 87, which will be completed during the fiscal year 1935-36. North of Courtenay, between Mile 150 and the end of
the paving at Mile 154, special attention was paid to the condition of the shoulders and, by GOLDSTREAM DIVERSION, ISLAND HIGHWAY, MILE 12, OCTOBER, 1935.
Road formerly crossed the creek at a point opposite the parked car.
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which was located farther up-stream and this relocation has resulted in a great improvement in alignment.  DISTRICT REPORTS. T 15
heavy grading, additional road width was obtained, making a marked improvement to this
section of the highway.
Canadian Highway.—On the Canadian Highway a revision was constructed at Mile 128
and some minor improvements were made between Mile 114 and Mile 128.
Other Roads.—On the Sooke Road a relocation was made at Mile 10.7 which eliminated a
dangerous turn on a hill and raised the whole standard of this section of the road. On the
West Coast Road the Department of National Defence completed 3 miles of road on a new
location between Sooke and Muir Creek. On the West Saanich Road a crossing over the Col-
quitz River, which was washed out in the storm, was replaced with a 6-foot concrete-arch
culvert. In the Mackenzie District the principal work was the reconstruction and repair of
the road damaged by the flood at Bella Coola and the construction of a short piece of brush;
mattress as a temporary measure to protect the town of Hagensborg. This mattressing is
being continued during the fiscal year 1935-36.
On Texada Island 400 feet of the central road was widened, brushed, and graded, and
two new culverts constructed. On Lasqueti Island over % mile of road was graded, stumped,
gravelled, and generally improved. The Manson Bridge at Powell River was replaced with a
cedar culvert and fill and the Wolfson Creek Bridge was rebuilt. On Saltspring Island some
effective widening was done on the North End Road and the Scott Road was lengthened for
a distance of approximately % mile.
Ferries.—The Saltspring, Mill Bay, Gabriola, and Denman Island Ferries operated
throughout the year without change and a temporary rowboat ferry was established across
the Bella Coola River to serve the Saloomt area, which was cut off by the destruction of the
Bella Coola River bridges.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2 (BURNABY, DEWDNEY, NORTH VANCOUVER,
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY, AND SOUTHERLY PART OF MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, E. H. Verner, Vancouver.
Burnaby Electoral District.
Maintenance of Roads.—The change in electoral district boundaries resulted in the addition of 20 miles of classified highways and 6 miles of other roads to this district; with the
same District Vote appropriations available as in the previous fiscal year, the expenditures
had necessarily to be distributed over a wider area; however, all roads were kept in good
state of maintenance. Abnormal snowfalls, followed by floods, caused additional work, but
the unique conditions were satisfactorily overcome. About 35 miles of main roads were kept
open throughout the winter with snow-ploughing equipment.
Bridges.—The principal work undertaken was the renewal of three 5-pile trestle bridges
on the loco-Port Moody Road.    The usual maintenance-work was carried out.
Dewdney Electoral District.
Maintenance.—With the inclusion of 72 miles of roads in unorganized territory and 16
miles of classified highways (exclusive of Hope Village) in the revised electoral district, the
mileage of highways was increased one-third. The District Vote appropriations being the
same as in the previous year, it was not possible to undertake as much work as desirable.
Bituminous-surfaced highways were kept in good state of repair and gravelled main roads
were continually maintained by grader.
Surfacing.—A tar carpet coat 20 feet in width was laid on 5.3 miles of the Lougheed
Highway (2lR and 22r), consisting of a priming coat at the rate of % gallon per square yard
and a second coat at the rate of % gallon per square yard, with a cover-coat of torpedo gravel
applied at the rate of 100 cubic yards per mile. This work was of considerable interest as the
cost was actually less than the usual cost of maintaining this stretch of road when gravelled
only, so that not only has the travelling public had the advantage of a dust-free surface in
summer and a surface free from mud in the winter at no extra cost to the Department, but,
after twelve months' continuous service under such improved conditions, this surface is in
excellent condition and of great value as a base to receive a more permanent surface such as T 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
a 2-inch asphaltic-mulch treatment. Tar, as a dust-layer, was applied on 2.3 miles of the
Lougheed Highway (21r) at the rate of % gallon per square yard, but did not last very well
and was therefore unsatisfactory as a dust-layer.
Construction—Deroche-Agassiz Section of Trans-Provincial Highway.—Reconstruction-
work under the Department of National Defence was continued satisfactorily on the Deroche-
Agassiz section of the Trans-Provincial Highway. Two miles of highway were substantially
improved by widening and straightening, much of the work comprising heavy rock excavation.
The distance covered by this project is approximately 11 miles, from Deroche to the east end
of Agassiz Mountain. Of this, 5.5 miles have been completed with the exception of 1.5 miles of
surface-gravelling which is now in progress, the work consisting of a heavy rock-cut and a
60-foot tunnel through the highest point on Agassiz Mountain to eliminate 12 per cent, adverse
gradients to a maximum 6 per cent.; on this good progress is being made. There still remains
2,000 feet involving heavy rock-work on the east slope of Agassiz Mountain; this is on a
10-per-cent. gradient and the road is quite narrow. It would appear too costly to eliminate
this gradient, but if the road is widened to the standard width of 30 feet all traffic requirements
would be met.
A 229-foot trestle bridge has recently been completed over a deep gulch V2 mile east of
Camp 226. The bridge is on an 8° curve, 1.5-per-cent. gradient, with super-elevation of
1 foot in 20 feet; this work completes the renewal of bridges on this section of the highway.
On the west side of Agassiz Mountain there is still SA mile of major revision to be made; the
present road, however, is quite good and this work is being left until all the other more essential work has been completed. The existing road across the Harrison Flats, which has three
sharp turns, is also being left for the time being; there still remains approximately 3 miles
on which considerable improvement can be made; this work can be carried out from Camp
203, Harrison Bay.
Traffic has increased considerably during the past year and many favourable comments
have been passed on the improved condition of the highway; with the completion of the paving,
which is now well under way, the road will be of great benefit to the commercial and tourist
traffic. The linking-up with Haig on the north side of the river would make this one of the
most attractive highways on the Lower Mainland.
Bridges.—With the exception of the redecking of the Dewdney Bridge, other bridge-work
was confined to minor repairs and general maintenance. At the Pitt River Bridge the power-
installation system was renewed.
Flood Damage.—Snow and storm conditions were most unusual and called for extraordinary attention, involving greatly increased expenditures. Credit is due to the foremen in
particular, and the operators of snow-removal equipment in general, for the splendid teamwork with which they met the abnormal situation. The phenomenal conditions called for long
hours in severe weather. Approximately 100 miles of highways were snow-ploughed several
times. Owing to the deep drifts it was found impracticable to keep the Deroche-Agassiz
Highway open continually, and it was closed from January 11th to 13th and again from
January 27th to February 3rd, ten days in all.
North Vancouver Electoral District.
Maintenance and Reconstruction.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads in
the district. A considerable amount of surface-patching was done on Marine Drive, which
was necessary owing to the increased traffic on this section. A 120-foot section of masonry
guard-wall set in mortar was built at a dangerous curve at Caulfeild, also several sections
of guard-fence at dangerous points. The increased traffic on Dollarton Highway necessitated
constant maintenance of the gravel surface and a surface treatment is strongly recommended
for this road. At Bowen Island 0.25 mile of the Trunk Road was oiled with good results,
1.2 miles of roads were reconstructed, and 2.9 miles gravelled.
Bridges.—Eleven bridges were repaired. The steel structure over Capilano River was
scraped and given three coats of aluminium paint, which is proving very satisfactory.
Caulfeild Creek Bridge was converted to concrete culvert and fill.
South Mackenzie Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district and the
surfaces kept in good condition.    A considerable amount of damage was done in different DISTRICT REPORTS. T 17
sections by the storm-water in January. One and nine-tenths miles of road, scattered in the
various business sections, were sprayed with oil. Ditching and gravelling constituted the
larger portion of work, which was mainly done by relief labour. Unemployment is still a
grave matter in this district, and by far the largest proportion of our work is carried out by
men on relief.
Construction—Sechelt—Pender Harbour Road.—The only major construction-work carried
out in this district was on the Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road at Camps 901 and 902 by the Department of National Defence, 1.6 miles being completed, in the construction of which the following quantities were handled: Solid rock, 10,172 cubic yards; loose rock, 1,731 cubic yards; earth,
2,075 cubic yards; also 3,491 lineal feet of cedar logs hewed and built into culverts and 3,000
cubic yards of gravel distributed. Reconstruction and widening was carried out, mainly by
hand-labour, on several minor roads to the extent of 1.2 miles.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out 'on all roads, Marine Drive and
Imperial Street being slashed and cleared to the full width of right-of-way and ditches
thoroughly overhauled.
Improvements.—Major improvements were made on Marine Drive by widening and sloping at Spanish Banks, construction of 1,430 lineal feet of guard-fence, diversion of road at
Musqueam Bridge to improve alignment, and installation of a concrete culvert and fill.
University Endowment Lands.—During the storm period in January much damage was
done; heavy slides occurred at Spanish Banks and large washouts occurred in front of the
University Endowment Lands, disrupting the sewer system of that area and also doing great
damage at Jordan Creek, where two bridges and a large quantity of material were washed out.
This necessitated the installation of a temporary system which was very satisfactory. Work
is still in progress of refilling the various ravines and installing a new sewer outfall.
A small amount of work was carried out on Chancellor Boulevard extension by the
Department of National Defence; the grounds at the University Hill School were partly
levelled up, approximately 3,000 cubic yards of earth being moved.
The usual maintenance was carried out at the University Endowment Lands, where the
roads, sidewalks, and boulevards were kept in good repair.
ENGINEERING   DISTRICT   No.   3   (DELTA,   NEW   WESTMINSTER,   CHILLIWACK,
AND PARTS OF YALE AND DEWDNEY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, H. C. Anderson, New Westminster.
Delta Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Up to the time of the exceptional snowfall in January, all roads in this
district were generally maintained in good condition, notwithstanding the fact that appropriations had to cover an increased road mileage as a result of the extension of the boundaries of
the district to include Richmond Municipality. The January storm, however, which was
followed by unprecedented floods, necessitated extraordinary expenditures to restore washouts
and damaged road-surfaces. The bituminous-surfaced highways withstood the floods without
material damage to the road-beds. The portions of concrete pavement on the Pacific Highway
which were raised last year by means of a " mud-jack " remained in their adjusted positions,
and it is considered that the unqualified success of this work justifies its continuation, if
possible, on a larger scale.
Surfacing.—The principal work undertaken was the 2-inch asphaltic-mulch surfacing, by
day-labour, of the twin road connections, each 18 feet wide, on the Peace Arch Highway from
the Canadian Customs to the International Boundary on plans in conformity with the paved
surface south of the boundary-line. Other work included construction of bituminous spray-
coat, averaging 20 feet in width, on the 0.30-mile gravel portion of the Snake Hill on Scott
Road and the 0.25-mile gravel portion of the Enderby Hill on Ladner Trunk Road; there is
now a continuous hard-surfaced highway between New Westminster Bridge and Ladner, a
distance of 16 miles. The road-bed of Fraser Avenue (Ref. No. 66r) was widened and
materially improved by gravel surfacing by day-labour. T 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Construction.—Construction-work was continued on the Peace Arch Highway in the
vicinity of Camps 205 and 206 as a relief measure under the Department of National Defence.
This project is now in such a condition that, by the use of a small amount of machinery in
place of hand-labour, the road could be completed between Campbell River Road and Elgin
Road in a very short time, to the advantage of the travelling public. Work was also completed
during the year by the Department of National Defence on the Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway, with the exception of some minor trimming and installation of culverts.
Bridges.—The Indian Reserve Bridge on Campbell River Road (Ref. No. 90b) was
renewed by contract, the cost being borne equally by the Provincial Government and the
Municipality of Surrey. The new structure consists of eighteen 5-pile bents supporting a
roadway 20 feet wide between guards; to improve the gradients of the approaches a vertical
curve has been provided.
Material improvements were undertaken by day-labour on the Eburne bridges at a total
cost of approximately $13,000. The floor systems were entirely renewed and the decking
bituminous-surfaced. Some temporary renewals were carried out on portions of the Canoe
Pass Bridge. Complete reconstruction of most of this structure will shortly be imperative.
It was necessary to drive some protection-piles at Haldi Island Bridge.
Protection-work.—River-bank protection-work was carried out on the Fraser River at the
Rice Mill, Lulu Island, in co-operation with the Federal Government and Richmond Municipality, each authority contributing one-third of the total cost.
New Westminster Electoral District.
The entire reconstruction and resurfacing of the a/_-mile stretch of Riverway through
District Lot 172 was satisfactorily undertaken at a cost of approximately $4,400. In addition
to the provision of more effective surface-water drainage, the road-bed was widened and
flattened preparatory to laying by contract a pre-mixed asphaltic-macadam surface 2% inches
compacted thickness and 18 feet wide at an approximate cost of 62 cents per square yard. The
usual maintenance-work, chiefly by relief labour, was undertaken on the streets in District
Lot 172.    The abnormal floods severely tested the special drainage installed the previous year.
Chilliwack Electoral District.
Maintenance.—The extension of the boundaries of this district resulted in an increase of
about 77 per cent, in road mileage and, consequently, it was not possible to undertake as much
maintenance-work as desirable, but the roads were generally maintained in passable condition
at a minimum of expenditure. The unusual floods, following the very heavy snowfalls in
January, necessitated extensive repairs to the roads and bridges eroded or undermined and
many roads were rendered unpassable for several days. The breaking of the Sumas Lake
Dyke resulted in the flooding of the main highway for a distance of about 2 miles and Chilliwack was isolated for about a month. In addition to such renewals and repairs, 0.14 mile of
bituminous spray-coat surface was laid on the Trans-Canada Highway (Ref. No. 6r) south
of Abbotsford Village.
Construction.—Very satisfactory progress was made by the Department of National
Defence, from Camps 208 and 209, in the work of reconstruction of portions of the old Hope-
Rosedale Road by realignment and regrading and by the construction of necessary diversions.
The use of machinery supplied and maintained at the cost of the Province has assisted materially in the progress of the work. In addition, this road was improved elsewhere by widening,
ditching, and renewal of gravel surface by the Provincial Government.
Bridges.—Improvements were undertaken at the Vedder Canal Bridge; the two 150-foot-
span Howe trusses were redecked and the approach trestles were renewed and shortened
almost 600 feet by means of a substantial gravel-fill at each end. The entire deck was flush-
coated with bitumen and torpedo gravel.
Four of the old central bents in the Ferry Slough Bridge on the Rosedale Ferry Road were
replaced by a 60-foot-span King truss. The pile trestle, 114 feet in length, over Lorenzetti
Creek on Dent Road was entirely renewed. Several bridges were redecked and one bridge
replaced by culvert and fill.    All bridge-work was undertaken by day-labour.
Ferry.—New Diesel engines were installed on the M.S. " Eena," which operates on the
Agassiz-Rosedale run, under licence. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 19
River-protection.—The Vedder River presents a difficult problem annually; protection-
work was again an urgent necessity and consisted of removal of driftwood debris, which was
placed at chosen points and lashed in place as protection, a system which is satisfactory; no
doubt the continuation of this type of work over a period of years will finally provide a fairly
effective type of protection; in any case the removal of driftwood debris will be necessary
every year for some time to come.
East Portion of Dewdney Electoral District.
Maintenance of the Hope-Rosedale Road and the roads in Hope and vicinity comprised
the only road-work carried out by this Department's forces. Heavy snowfalls in this district
resulted in the cessation of road traffic for several weeks, and credit is due to the local foremen
and operators of equipment for the manner in which they endeavoured to cope with the
abnormal conditions.
The Hope-Yale section of the Trans-Canada Highway was improved in places as a relief
measure under the Department of National Defence from Camp 346. Camp labour disturbances and exceptional winter weather account for the lack of progress on this project;
up to the present time only hand-labour has been available and work has been chiefly confined
to clearing of right-of-way. Construction of road-bed on the revised alignment will in the
main comprise fairly heavy work and, to obviate waste at some points and borrow at other,
a considerable amount of haulage will be involved. In order to make any marked progress
on this job, equipment such as air-drills, power-shovel, and trucks will be required.
Bridges.—The reconstruction by day-labour of the decking system of the Fraser River
Bridge at Hope was undertaken. Assistance to the extent of about $550 was given the local
settlers towards the construction of a cable-bridge, 170 feet between towers, at Othello.
South Portion of Yale Electoral District.
Construction of Hope-Princeton Road (West End).—The work, under the Department
of National Defence, was between Mile 2.25 (Bridal Veil Falls) and Mile 8.6 (top of 10-Mile
Hill) and was undertaken from three camps at Miles 4, 7, and 9 respectively. Approximately
3 miles were opened to traffic during the year; with the exception of a small portion above
Camp 7, the new grade is in use from Camp 4 to the top of 10-Mile Hill. All work was tied
up from the middle of December to the first of April owing to heavy snow. During the year
6 acres were cleared, 1.36 acres grubbed, and 33,447 cubic yards of material excavated.
Cariboo Road.—The snow-ploughing equipment at Hope was utilized as far north as
Boston Bar; extremely deep snow necessitated closing the road from January 20th to
March 6th.
General.
The operation of the Government-owned garage at Cloverdale continues to be entirely
satisfactory and economical. Several large equipment units, including some from other
engineering districts, were overhauled. A rearrangement of duties of the office staff resulted
in more efficient and economical administration; road registers and other office records were
revised and brought up to date. During a winter of unprecedented weather, my assistants
and local foremen rendered notable service under the most trying conditions.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4 (YALE, KAMLOOPS, SALMON ARM, REVELSTOKE,
NORTH AND SOUTH OKANAGAN, SIMILKAMEEN, AND GRAND FORKS-
GREENWOOD ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, R. M. Taylor, Kamloops.
General.—The reorganization of the Department in April, 1934, resulted in the combination of the old Engineering Districts Nos. 3 and 4, to which was added Revelstoke Electoral
District, which, previously, was part of the old Engineering District No. 5.
During this year every effort was made, as far as funds would allow, to maintain the
highways in good condition, but, owing to the volume of fast and heavy traffic, gravel roads
became very badly " washboarded," a condition which cannot very well be rectified without T 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
hard-surfacing, which, on main roads, is a vital necessity. In addition to maintenance-work
financed from the District Vote, relief labour was also available and work was also done by
settlers under special appropriation allotted for the purpose of allowing them to " work out"
delinquent taxes. The majority of all construction, reconstruction, and improvement work
in this district was performed by men from the relief camps.
There were very heavy snowfalls during the months of January and February, requiring
almost continuous snow-ploughing over a period of six weeks. Spring Chinook winds caused
sudden thaws which occasioned much damage to the roads, especially in the Coalmont-
Tulameen-Princeton area and in the Fraser Canyon, which was closed to traffic for some time.
Yale Electoral District.
Roads.—Maintenance-work on the Fraser Canyon section of the Trans-Canada Highway
was financed from the District Vote and was done by the Department's forces, reconstruction
and improvement on various sections was continued as relief work under the Department of
National Defence, as well as similar operations between Merritt and Spences Bridge, between
Merritt and Kamloops, and on the Merritt-Princeton Road. A start was made on the elimination of the heavy grade at Peterson Hill on the Princeton-Coalmont Road.
Bridges.—The following bridges were renewed: Canford, Princeton Cut-off, Marshall,
Otter No. 3, Otter No. 6, Voght Street (Nicola River), Rabbitt, Aspen Grove, MacKenzie, and
Godey Creek.
Kamloops Electoral District.
Roads.—In addition to maintenance-work paid for out of the District Vote, some work
was done by relief labour. Several revisions were constructed on the North Thompson
Highway and several miles of road were gravelled. The Department of National Defence
reopened Deadman Creek Camp in preparation for work on the Trans-Canada Highway
between Savona and Ashcroft.
Bridges.—The most important work was the renewal of the bridge over the North Thompson River at Barriere; the new bridge consists of two 180-foot-span Howe trusses of creosoted
timber on creosoted pile piers. Several small bridges were also entirely renewed, including
Eakins No. 2, Homestake, Louis Creek No. 1, and Sweedall. The usual maintenance and
repairs were effected on bridges generally in the district.
Salmon Arm Electoral District.
Roads.—In addition to maintenance-work, for which purpose relief labour was available,
preparation was made for future surfacing of main roads by ditching and other improvements.
Work was continued, under the Department of National Defence, on construction of the Canoe-
Sicamous Road and improvement of the Trans-Canada Highway at Tappen and at Sorrento.
Much difficulty was experienced during the winter in keeping the roads open to traffic, on
account of the heavy snowfall.
Bridges and Ferries.—Bridges were maintained and three small bridges were reconstructed. The S.S. " Whitesmith," operating under licence as a ferry on the Shuswap Lake,
was taken over and operated by the Government in November, 1934. The Scotch Creek-
Sorrento Ferry landings were repaired.
Revelstoke Electoral District.
Roads.—All travelled roads were maintained and a considerable amount of ditching was
done. Heavy snowfall and subsequent thaws caused a great deal of damage both to roads
and to bridges, especially on the Revelstoke West Road. The Department of National Defence
relief crews continued reconstruction-work on the latter road and on the Big Bend Highway
north of Revelstoke.
Bridges and Ferries.—Minor repairs were made to bridges and two new bridges were
constructed on the Big Bend Highway; La Forme Creek Bridge on this highway was
strengthened by the addition of extra bracing. Ferries were maintained and a new ferry
was constructed at Sidmouth, 24 miles south of Revelstoke. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 21
North and South Okanagan Electoral Districts.
Roads.—The usual maintenance-work was performed in these districts and relief labour
was utilized to assist by way of gravelling, clearing ditches, and improving roadsides generally.
The main roads were kept open during the winter by snow-ploughing. The Kelowna-West-
bank Ferry maintained the regular operating schedule throughout the year. The Department
of National Defence did some improvement-work, with relief crews, on the Eagle Pass Road
and also widened a section of the Vernon-Kelowna Road along the length of Woods Lake;
they also constructed about 1 mile of settlement road on the west side of Okanagan Lake.
Similkameen Electoral District.
Roads.—In addition to general maintenance-work which was carried out as effectively
as funds would permit, a certain amount of road-improvement work was performed on the
main highways between Hedley and Princeton and between Summerland and the International
Boundary, in preparation for bituminous surfacing. The construction of the easterly section
of the Princeton-Hope section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway was continued as
a relief measure by the Department of National Defence, the pioneer road having been opened
up to Mile 43 from Princeton by the end of the fiscal year; about 5 miles are completed to
standard requirements.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District.
Roads and Bridges.—Road-work consisted of maintenance and a considerable amount of
minor reconstruction, with some gravel surfacing and ditching, in preparation for bituminous
surfacing. Some work was also done on mining roads and trails financed by appropriations
from the Department of Mines. Work on bridges comprised general repairs to thirty-nine
bridges and reconstruction of the following: Williamson, Upper and Lower; 9-Mile; Mill
Creeks.
ENGINEERING   DISTRICT   No.   5   (CRANBROOK,   FERNIE,   COLUMBIA,   NELSON-
CRESTON, KASLO-SLOCAN, AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, E. S. Jones, Cranbrook.
Organization.—At the beginning of the fiscal year the change in organization resulted
in the combination of the area covered by the old Engineering Districts Nos. 5 and 6 into
one district, with the exception of Revelstoke Electoral District, which was transferred to
Engineering District No. 4.
Maintenance of Roads.—Very dry weather conditions rendered the carrying-out of the
maintenance programme extremely difficult. The silty nature of the soil does not act as
a binder between the gravel and the subgrade, with the result that the gravel is pushed off
the road during the extreme dry weather. This condition is probably more noticeable in this
district than in any other in the Province, and it is therefore apparent that hard-surfacing
is necessary to give the motorists the type of surface which they are now demanding.
Owing to lack of equipment, only a very small programme of reconstruction was carried
out during the year, practically all this type of work being done by relief.
Snow-ploughing operations were very heavy; the extremely cold weather rendered this
operation very difficult, except for one week; the main roads were, however, kept open to
traffic.
Cranbrook Electoral District.
Roads.—Important reconstruction-work took place on the Cranbrook-Kimberley Road in
preparation for hard-surfacing; most of this work was carried on between Mark Creek and
Kimberley. The hard-surfacing programme was started on this road when 1.5 miles of tar
mulch with asphalt flush-coat were laid from Cranbrook north and 2.5 miles of asphalt
mulch were laid from Marysville north.
The work 5 miles north of Kingsgate (Project No. 60), under the Department of National
Defence, was completed and the personnel from this project were moved to Goatfell, east;
excellent work was done on both these projects. Reconstruction and gravelling were continued
between Ta Ta Creek and Kimberley. T 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Bridges.—The renewal of Fort Steele Bridge constituted the most important bridge-work
in this district. This structure consists of three 120-foot-span through Howe trusses, with
16-foot-wide roadway, on pile piers, with nine 19-foot bays of pile-trestle approach at the
right bank and two 16-foot bays at the left bank; all piles, timber for trusses, and caps for
piers and bents are creosoted.    The work was done by day-labour.
Columbia Electoral District.
Reconstruction-work was undertaken on the Yoho Road by crews from the Provincial
relief camp and some good work in widening was accomplished. Near Windermere, a 1-mile
diversion of the Kootenay-Columbia Highway was completed. Maintenance on all roads
was carried out during the summer season.
The Department of National Defence established a relief camp at Canal Flats for the
purpose of reducing the heavy gradient of the existing hill and widening the road generally.
Fernie Electoral District.
Roads.—An important diversion of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at Jaffray
was started under the Provincial relief-camp system; this diversion should be completed
next year. A considerable amount of gravelling and widening was done between Elko and
Fernie.
Under the Department of National Defence, progress was made on the reconstruction
of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between the Alberta Boundary and Michel. The
work on the diversion at Roosville, however, did not progress very favourably, owing to lack
of men and equipment.
One-half mile of tar flush-coat was laid in Michel and in Natal; the elimination of the
dust at both these points was greatly appreciated.
Bridges.—The new Michel Bridge was completed. This bridge is on a new location and
the whole project is a great improvement over the old bridge and old location.
Nelson-Creston Electoral District.
Roads.—Excellent work was accomplished from the Provincial relief camp at Sirdar,
widening having been done at several dangerous points; the men from this camp, since its
commencement, have done some very valuable work.
The majority of the road machinery in this district was on loan to the Department of
National Defence, who are carrying out some very important road projects as a part of the
scheme for relief. Diversions were commenced east and west of Goatfell and at Kitchener;
although these projects are far from completed, the work which has been done is good. Only
slight progress was made on the diversion of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at
Longbeach (east of Nelson), but it is expected that this project will be completed next year.
Progress was made on the Nelson-Nelway Road from the Nelway Camp (Project No. 65),
where most of the equipment referred to is stationed.
During the season 17,600 cubic yards of gravel were laid down by this Department's
forces.
Work was continued on the Gray Creek-Crawford Bay section of the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway under Provincial relief; the progress was, however, slow. It is desirable
that every effort be made to finish this project, as its completion will be necessary before the
Kootenay Lake ferry route can be shortened.
Ferry.—Extensive alterations were carried out to the S.S. " Nasookin," operating on the
Kootenay Lake ferry run, one deck being eliminated and the entire vessel painted. With
these alterations, thirty cars can now be taken on the one trip.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District.
Roads.—Reconstruction-work of some importance was carried out on the Castlegar-Trail
section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, both by the relief crews under the Department of National Defence and by the Department's own forces; 1.3 miles of asphaltic mulch
and 2.8 miles of double spray-coat were laid. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 23
Bridges.—During the year the Castlegar-Trail Bridges Nos. 1 and 3 were renewed.
Bridge No. 1 consisted of a 35-foot steel I-beam span on pile piers and one 19-foot timber
span and six 15-foot bays of pile-trestle approach; construction for Bridge No. 3 was one
39-foot steel I-beam span on pile piers with four 17-foot bays of pile-trestle approach. The
roadway was 18 feet wide in each case. These spans are considered to be a marked improvement over the King-truss type.
Work was started on the Castlegar-Trail Bridge No. 7.
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District.
Thirteen miles of new gravel surface were laid during the season and 9 miles of existing
gravel surface were renewed.    Five miles of highway were reconstructed.
Extensive repairs were carried out on the Sandon Flume. Further work will be necessary
on this project next year. River-bank protection was also carried out on Carpenter Creek
at New Denver.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No.  6   (LILLOOET AND  CARIBOO  ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, W. Ramsay, Williams Lake.
Maintenance of Highways.—Maintenance-work, to the extent of funds available, was
chiefly confined to the more heavily travelled roads, although the needs of settlers were not
neglected. The main highways were generally maintained in fair condition, and it was possible, during October and the early part of November, to give these roads a final grading for
the season, so that they were in good shape for the winter.
Every effort was made during the fiscal year to ensure that unemployment relief was
kept on a " work basis " and those on relief throughout the district are working in return for
relief received. The results which have been accomplished in this way are now becoming
evident in several parts of the district where widening, ditching, and gravelling has been done
on this basis.
Snow-removal.—In spite of abnormal snowfall, 940 miles of highway were kept open during the winter months. Much difficulty was experienced on the Barkerville and Bridge River
Roads; the former was open practically all through the winter, but the Bridge River Road
was closed for about nine days in January, following a heavy thaw which brought down slides
on 8% miles of road. Removal of snow from the road-beds during the winter was beneficial
in the spring, as the roads were dry while the snow was still melting on either side.
Improvements and Reconstruction.—Improvements consisting of reduction of gradient
and curvature were carried out in various sections of the Engineering District, but more particularly on Barkerville, Bridge River, and Cariboo Roads.
On Barkerville Road the work consisted of widening and reduction of gradient through
Devil's Canyon, while at Cottonwood approximately % mile of road was raised to be clear of
flooding due to ice-jams in the river. On both projects gas-shovel and trucks were used. The
remainder of the road was well ditched and graded, additional culverts being put in where
necessary.
On Bridge River Road most of the widening was done on the upper end between Goldbridge
and the Pioneer Mine, and this widened section was afterwards gravelled. Power-shovel and
trucks handled both operations.
On the Cariboo Road a very necessary diversion was completed at Mile 83, where the alignment was greatly improved and the maximum gradient reduced from 16 per cent, to 8 per cent.
In the whole of the Engineering District a large programme of gravelling was undertaken,
consisting of 48 miles of new gravel and 32 miles of gravel renewal.
National Defence Projects.—Project No. 88, between Spences Bridge and Ashcroft, was
in operation from April 1st to September 30th, on which date the camps on this project were
closed; 8.5 miles of highway were widened, ditched, and resurfaced in places, and rock retain-
ing-walls and timber cribbing were built where necessary.
Work on Project No. 117, being construction of the Squamish-Britannia Road, did not
show the progress that was expected, due in some measure to unrest and dissatisfaction
amongst the men.    At the present time it is not possible to make connection between Squamish T 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
and the camp, pending construction of fills and a bridge over Manus River. From the end of
the proposed fill a considerable amount of grading has been done for more than 1 mile to the
camp-site and some right-of-way is cleared beyond the camp.
Bridges.—Bridges were examined and necessary repairs made in accordance with the
recommendations of the Bridge Engineer. Rods and bolts in truss spans were tightened
where necessary. In North Cariboo, one 60-foot-span King truss,was built as a replacement
over Soda Creek, and in South Cariboo one pile-trestle structure, 153 feet long, was constructed
over Williams Lake Creek. A start was made on the construction of a new Howe-truss span
on concrete abutments over Cottonwood Creek, to replace the structure which was washed out
by flood.
River-bank Protection.—Necessary work was undertaken at several points on the Lillooet
River in the Pemberton Meadows area, and on the Cheakamus and Mamquam Rivers in the
Squamish area. This work included rock and brush mattressing and the removal of log-jams
and snags from the channels, the work being very successful at each point.
Ferries.—Spring overhaul and reconditioning of pontoons, when essential, was carried
out on all ferries and these continued to give satisfactory service to the travelling public.
Equipment-sheds.—Standard one-bay equipment-sheds were built at Devil's Canyon and
Barkerville on the Barkerville Road, also at Mission Mountain and Goldbridge on the Bridge
River Road, for the housing and efficient care of snow-removal equipment and proved to be
of great assistance.
Extraordinary Flood Damage.—The district as a whole suffered from the storms of
January, but more particularly in the Bridge River and Barkerville areas, where drifts, snow-
slides, and ice-jams combined to make it very difficult to keep the roads open for traffic.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7 (PRINCE RUPERT, ATLIN, SKEENA, AND
OMINECA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Report of District Engineer, J. C. Brady, Prince Rupert.
General.—The rigid economy and curtailment of expenditures was continued as in the
previous year. Some changes were made in organization for the sake of economy—Atlin
District as a whole now being administered without the services of a General Foreman, and
Omineca District being added to Engineering District No. 7, with an office established at
Vanderhoof.
Maintenance of Highways and Bridges.—Relief labour continued to be used as much as
possible for this class of work and, on the whole, satisfactory results were obtained. North
Atlin and Telegraph Creek had only a slight amount of relief labour as compared to other
parts of the Engineering District.
Floods, though not as bad as in the previous year, caused some concern in Omineca and
Skeena Districts, and repairs were necessary to Clearwater Road in the Atlin District.
Slides were removed by gas-shovel on the Telkwa Coal Mine Road—it being important to
assist this industry in the transportation of coal to the railway shipping-point.
Terrace Bridge over the Skeena River was entirely refloored, as was also the Bulkley
River Bridge on the road from Old Hazelton to the railway-station. The Kitsequekla Bridge
was redecked and a new pier put in. The bridge over the Bulkley River at Quick was
redecked.
Bighorn Bridge in the North Atlin section was repaired and strengthened, as was also the
South Fork Bridge near Telegraph Creek and a bridge on Teslin Trail.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—A considerable amount of work was done
this year on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway; 5 miles in the vicinity of Barrett's
ranch were regraded to a width of 24 feet, properly ditched, and culverts installed; 3 miles
between Savory and Priestly were regraded to a width of 24 feet; 10 miles between Vanderhoof and the eastern boundary of Omineca District were regraded; 2 miles of reconstruction
was undertaken just east of Vanderhoof, the clearing having been done and fills constructed
in preparation for grading. A small diversion at Smithers Hill was made to improve
alignment.
At the Prince Rupert end, % mile of new construction was finished in linking up previously constructed portions between Mile 7 and Cloyah Bay;   this was heavy work of solid DISTRICT REPORTS. T 25
rock alternating with muskeg. In addition to the new work, a considerable amount of repair
and reconstruction work had to be done to the previously constructed part on account of slides,
sloughing away of fills, and filling-up of culverts since they were originally built.
On the Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road, 5 miles in the vicinity of Stuart Lake were reconstructed to a width of 30 feet. This was well ditched and road-level built to a height of 2 feet
above ditches. Fifteen culverts were put in this section, with off-take ditches at each. In the
vicinity of Charles NicholFs on this same road, % mile was reconstructed on revised location
with improved alignment.
On the Fort St. James—Manson Creek Road culverts and fills were put in in many places
between Miles 17 and 40. In the vicinity of Baldy Mountain several side-cuts were made and
corduroy put in.
On the North Francois Lake Road several narrow and dangerous places were widened
and improved.
On the Burns Lake-Babine Road approximately 5 miles of right-of-way were cut 45 feet
wide, and stumps blown out for a width of 20 feet.
On the Queen Charlotte Islands, the Masset-Tow Hill Road was extended for % mile from
Alfred Charles's place, where it formerly branched to the beach. This road is well built, with
plank running-boards flush with the ground, similar to the remainder of the road extending
out from Masset. Branching to the beach at this point avoids the dangerous beach section
where cars were continually being stalled. It is recommended that this road be continued
in progressive stages for a distance of 3% miles, so that, eventually, beach travel will be
entirely avoided. A new portion of Harrison Avenue was opened up in Masset. On the road
from Port Clements to Queen Charlotte City, improvements were made, notably in widening
some of the rock points between Skidegate and Queen Charlotte City.
On the Spruce Creek Road in North Atlin, a diversion was made at Pini Hill to avoid
a very steep rise, or hummock, which formerly was dangerous in icy weather. Assistance was
given to a mining company in constructing a road north-easterly from Surprise Lake. At
Telegraph Creek a lane was opened up to give access to dwellings.
Extensive repairs were made to the Big Missouri Road, an extension or branch of the
Premier Mine Road, on account of new development in that area—the road having remained
practically unused for years. The Bear River Road was extended about % mile in the
vicinity of American Creek.
Bridges Constructed and Reconstructed.—Delkatla Slough Bridge was completed. It is
969 feet long with fill approaches and cost $9.52% per lineal foot, being of pile-trestle construction and cedar throughout. The piles were creosoted, except those beyond reach of teredo.
Barge Creek Bridge, near Queen Charlotte City, and Oona River Bridge, at the fishing village
of that name, were reconstructed. Cranberry River Bridge in the Upper Nass Valley was
rebuilt, having gone in the flood the previous year. Casca Bridge at Telegraph Creek was
reconstructed.
Plans were made for renewing Necoslie Bridge and the work commenced; the strengthening of the spans of the Nechako Bridge at Vanderhoof by tower reinforcement was undertaken.
Ferries.—Construction of a new 5-ton ferry was commenced at Usk. The marine ways
for the Francois Lake Ferry were repaired and the track lined up. A general overhaul was
given to the ferry. Braeside Ferry was moved to Fort Fraser to replace the old one there,
the traffic at Braeside now only requiring a rowboat.
Recommendations were made for a new ferry at Finmoore, where traffic has increased
on account of the tie industry, the old ferry at this point being now in bad condition.
Unemployment Relief.—The arrangements made for Omineca District were very successful—the relief recipients being worked steadily for certain periods, and part of their relief
money retained to be paid them in monthly instalments during the winter. Effective road-
work was done by this means. Throughout the Engineering District generally, work was
done by all those receiving relief and little or no trouble was experienced. In the Omineca
District, farmers receiving assistance from the Lands Department were looked after by the
Public Works Department, and their supplies requisitioned for them. In Omineca, Skeena,
and Queen Charlotte Islands, quite a number of farmers took advantage of the opportunity to
work off their taxes. T 26
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Machinery and Plant.—Additional snow-ploughing equipment was supplied for Skeena,
Atlin, and Omineca Districts. Trucks are in great demand for the class of work now being
done, as they fit in with relief labour—not only for transportation of men, but for work on the
job, principally gravelling.    A new truck was purchased for Terrace and one for Burns Lake.
Surfacing.—On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, 15 miles were regravelled, and
5% miles newly gravelled in Omineca District, and a great deal of patch-gravelling was done
in the Skeena section. At the Prince Rupert end the new piece recently constructed for about
Vz mile was surfaced with crushed rock, there being no gravel within economical hauling distance. The cost of importing gravel at the bins would be $1.75 per cubic yard by contract.
Careful figures were kept on costs, and rock was delivered at the bin ready for crushing for
$1.71 per cubic yard.
On the Fort St. James-Manson Creek Road, a considerable amount of gravelling was done
between Miles 17 and 40. Gravelling was done on the North Francois Lake Road. On the
Port Clements-Queen Charlotte City Road, 1% miles were gravelled near Tlell and patch-
gravelling was done in other places. Several stretches of the Fourth of July Road in North
Atlin were gravelled.
Snow-removal.—The Trans-Provincial Highway was kept open during the greater part
of the winter, but in Omineca District portions were closed for a period of ten days at a time,
as the equipment, or the power handling it, was too light to move the heavy drifts. This also
applies to the road from Burns Lake to Francois Lake. The Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road
was only closed for a few days.
In Skeena District, 225 miles of road were kept open during the winter. The cost per
mile of road kept open was $8.06. In Atlin District, 24.78 miles were kept open at a cost of
$85 per mile.
On Queen Charlotte Islands occurred the heaviest snowfall in years. As it was unprecedented, we had no equipment to cope with it, but every assistance was rendered by the
Department in helping traffic.
Surveys.—A reconnaissance survey was made from Manson Creek to Finlay Forks.
The Burns Lake-Babine Road was surveyed with a view to ascertaining the cost of
improvements and for acquiring right-of-way through the Indian reserve near Burns Lake.
A survey was made from Cloyah Bay to Prudhomme Lake and valuable information
obtained as to reduction in cost of construction in this section.
A survey and complete plan were made of the Prince Rupert water-front in connection with
a proposed exchange of certain lands belonging to the Canadian National Railway and the
Provincial Government.
A reconnaissance survey and plan were made in the Unuk River area, showing proposed
route of trail from the International Boundary to mining properties. A great deal of information was gathered and a plan prepared showing the roads in a large area of Omineca District.
Numerous other surveys were made.
Trails.—A foot-trail up Mount Oldfield to the Ski Chalet, surveyed in the previous year,
was built; 5% miles of the Unuk River Trail was built, leaving about 10 to 15 miles still to
be done—according to requirements of mining development. Trails and footpaths on Porcher
Island, Digby Island, and to Salt Lakes were repaired and improved, mostly by relief labour.
The trail up the east coast of Graham Island from Tlell was repaired and some small bridges
put in. About 2Vz miles of new trail were built from the end of Dunroe's Road, to give access
to settlers on Kumdis Island. This was done mostly by relief labour and is of exceptional
benefit to these settlers. Repairs were made to the trail from Cumshewa Inlet to the west
coast of Moresby Island.
A great deal of work was done on trails generally, through the aid of the Mines
Department.
Protection-work.—Repairs to the protection of Pleasant Valley Bridge near Houston were
started; this protects the Trans-Provincial Highway as well as the bridge and consists of a
pile wall and a section of concrete slabs. The pile wall had become weakened by reason of
the bank washing out behind;  this is to be filled with brush.
Conditions at the mouth of the Bear River at Stewart were investigated, in company with
the Dominion Government Assistant District Engineer.    Some temporary work was done here DISTRICT REPORTS. T 27
by throwing down trees to prevent further immediate erosion, and a report submitted on the
whole situation.
Buildings and Wharf.—The corridors of Prince Rupert Court-house were all redecorated
and the radiators gilded. The Government Agents' offices, the police offices, and the main
office of the Public Works Department were redecorated and the furniture varnished.
The Government Wharf buildings were repainted. A new pipe-line was installed to the
Government Wharf, in conjunction with the City of Prince Rupert, to give adequate fire-
protection and to improve the water-supply to the ships. Thirty-six new fender piles were put
in the wharf—all fender piles have now been renewed in the last two years.
The warehouse that formerly was located at Cow Bay was torn down and re-erected at a
very suitable location on First Avenue near the Court-house.
Repairs and alterations were made to Government Agents' buildings at Atlin Lake, Telegraph Creek, Stewart, and Anyox. A cellar was dug under the warehouse at Burns Lake
and an improvised furnace installed. Many minor jobs were done to other buildings, such as
lockups, liquor stores, and to the Government Agent's house at Prince Rupert.
ENGINEERING SUB-DISTRICT No. 7a   (FORT  GEORGE
ELECTORAL DISTRICT).
Report of Assistant District Engineer, J. W. Miers, Prince George.
Maintenance of Highways.—Owing to an early break-up and a dry April, it was possible
to get the main roads in good condition somewhat earlier than usual and to maintain them in
that condition until freeze-up, notwithstanding an extremely wet fall. A considerable mileage
of main and trunk roads was regravelled with a light coat of screened gravel. Maintenance
on the less important roads was carried out chiefly with relief labour.
Highway Reconstruction—Cariboo Highway.—On the Prince George-Woodpecker section,
3% miles were regraded to a wider standard and regravelled, and at Stone Creek and Camp
Creek short sections were reconstructed on improved alignment to eliminate blind  curves.
Fort George-Hazelton Highway.—Approximately 7 miles of this highway were gravelled,
thus making a continuous gravel surface through the district.
Fort George-Yellowhead Highway.—A 4-mile section was graded between Small River
and Tete Jaune.
Fort George-Chief Lake Highway.—Six miles of this highway were gravelled and more
than 2 miles regravelled.
Other Highways.—Four miles of new gravelling and SVz miles of regravelling was done
by sleigh-haul during the winter in the Pineview District, and similar work was done on a
smaller scale in several parts of the district, particularly at McBride and Dunster.
Bridges and Culverts.—During the spring freshet the Salmon River, overflowing its banks,
washed out the road at the east approach of No. 105, Salmon River Bridge, and threatened
to cut a new channel. A new approach has been built which acts as a dyke to prevent further
overflowing. Heavy scour at the west pier necessitated the construction of a rock-loaded
mattress which has proved very effective in preventing further scour. The Hudson Bay
Slough (Queen Street) Bridge (No. 55), which was built in 1914, was replaced by four bays
pile trestle and 14,000 cubic yards of fill on much improved alignment.
The old 30-inch concrete culvert at 11-Mile Fill on the Cariboo Road, 11 miles south of
Prince George, washed out and was replaced by a double 36-inch concrete-pipe culvert, 112 feet.
It was necessary to drive a double tunnel in order to install this culvert. This work was done
by day-labour by an experienced CN. Railway culvert crew.
On the Cariboo Highway south, Red Rock Bridge was renewed on improved alignment
and several other structures were redecked and strengthened. The 30-Mile Trestle, commenced last year, was completed.
Ferries.—The usual service was provided at Isle Pierre, Miworth, Shelley, and Croydon
Ferries, and some minor repairs were made to the ferries at Isle Pierre and Shelley.
Garage.—A new garage, 50 by 70 feet, of frame construction on a concrete foundation,
was built in Prince George and completed except for the floor, which is to be of concrete.
The doors of this garage are 15 feet wide and 12 feet high to enable easy access of large
equipment and, as the roof is of Howe-truss construction, the floor is clear of any obstructions. T 28 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Snow-removal—The combination of a heavy snowfall and high winds made it much more
difficult than usual to keep the roads open and in some instances it was necessary to shovel
out the drifts. The Cariboo Road was kept open except for a few hours after the January
storm, but in order to do so it was necessary to operate day and night at temperatures as
low as 54" below zero. The new Baker V. plough proved an efficient unit, but in heavy going
it was found necessary to use an auxiliary tractor; by doing so it was possible to plough
4 feet or more of packed snow.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8  (PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL DISTRICT).
Report of District Engineer, H. L. Hayne, Pouce Coupe.
Roads.—Maintenance-work was carried out early in the season, but rains in the month
of May necessitated doing much of this work a second time. An appropriation of $15,000
was allotted to this district to provide work for farmers not on relief, and this sum, together
with relief labour, was utilized in carrying out gravelling, ditching, and improvement-work;
gravelling was done on the Saskatoon Hill and on the hill into Pouce Coupe; this work was
followed by three more extensive projects—namely, from Pouce Coupe to Dawson Creek,
a distance of 7 miles, from Rolla towards the railway, and from Taylor Ferry to the top of
the Peace Trench; altogether about 11% miles of gravel were laid; a considerable amount of
ditching and widening of main roads was also done, but progress on the work was somewhat
retarded by a wet and early fall.
Owing to the inability to put men to work during the winter in this district, a considerable
amount of " back relief labour " had accumulated; two gravelling camps were organized and
this "back relief labour" was utilized in conjunction with the loan; at one time more than
100 teams were employed on these gravelling projects and 90 per cent, of the labour was
worked out. Where it was not practicable to place relief workers in camps, projects were
started in several sub-districts, and a total of 16.8 miles of unimproved trails were brought
up to standard section and many minor improvements were made to existing roads.
Bridges.—Many small trestle spans were renewed; the pile foundations of the " High
Level Bridge " near Pouce Coupe started to slide and these were resurfaced with new piling.
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained and kept in operation, but it was found that the
tug at Taylor Flats did not have sufficient power to operate the new ferry-scow installed
during the previous year; when the water in the river was high it was necessary to employ an
additional launch, which added considerably to the cost of operation. This difficulty has
now been remedied by the installation of launch V-51, which was shipped in from Revelstoke
during the fiscal year 1935-36. CARIBOO ROAD—TRAFFIC.
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RECORD OF ABNORMAL PRECIPITATION AS RECORDED
AT VARIOUS STATIONS DURING JANUARY, 1935.
Station.
Total Precipitation.
Total
Precipitation,
January,
1935.
Average
Total
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Month of
January.
Ratio:
January,
1935.
Average,
January.
Rain.
Heaviest Rain
during January,
1935.
Snow.
Total
Snow,
January,
1935.
Heaviest
Snow,
January,
1935.
Vancouver Island
Victoria	
Goldstream	
Sooke Lake -	
Jordan River _
Beer Creek	
Shawnigan Lake	
Duncan 	
Nanaimo	
Alberni	
Cameron Lake..	
Cowichan Lake	
Henderson Lake	
Cumberland 	
Crofton	
Chemainus 	
Courtenay  	
Mainland.
Vaneouver 	
Britannia Beach	
New Westminster	
White Rock	
Agassiz 	
Pitt Lake	
Cultus Lake	
Seymour Intake .
Kollyburn	
Alta Lake	
Bralorne.. _
Fernie	
Revelstoke	
Kaslo 	
Cranbrook	
Nakusp 	
Inches.
13.28
27.38
30.70
22.39
44.32
18.64
15.95
12.62
20.11
19.46
20.48
72.01
16.94
12.70
15.44
17.31
20.65
21.63
20.98
15.84
19.49
30.92
15.76
38.11
21.51
21.34
7.70
12.01
10.97
9.69
6.70
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10.16
10.25
11.00
16.38
6.37
5.84
5.58
9.41
7.39
10.09
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7.15
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6.22
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9.95
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4.97
5.41
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1.62
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2.84
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2.14
2.63
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2.46
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2.62
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n 5 days
n 6 days
n 5 days
n 5 days
n 5 days
n 4 days
n 4 days
n 5 days
n 11 days
n 3 days
n 4 days
n 5 days
n 5 days
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12.67 in 5 days
10.13 in 5 days
10.20 in 4 days
12.81 in 4 days
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19.79 in 5 days
11.13 in 4 days
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18 on 20th and 21st.
25 on 21st.
7 on 20th.
18 on 20th.
22 on 20th.
24 on 20th and 21st.
24 on 20th.
35 on 20th.
25 on 20th and 21st.
17 on 20th.
| 24 on 20th.
38 on 20th.
18 on 20th.
18 on 20th and 21st.
46 on 20th and 21st.
17
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on 20th.
on 20th and 21st.
on 21st and 22nd.
on 21st-24th.
on 20th-23rd.
on 20th-22nd.
on 22nd.
on 20th-23rd.
Note.—" Total precipitation " includes snowfall, 10 inches of snow being taken as the equivalent of 1 inch of
rain. Averages are for ten years or more. In cases where stations have been established for less than ten years
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T 37
FERRIES—RECORD OF TRAFFIC, FISCAL YEAR 1934-35.
Name of Ferry.
Type.
No. of
Round
Trips.
Autos.
Trucks.
Rigs.
Passengers.
Tons of
Freight.
Horses,
Cattle,
etc.
Ferries Operated by
Department.
Alexandria	
Pontoon (reaction)..
2,375
705
118
295
5,088
102
741
2,369
348
4,409
311
85
6,278
4,105
1,771
76
13,190
1,738
646
Big Bar      '
1,267
2,016
19
1,301
326
7,657
2,060
24
1,428
12,040
541
Black Pool 	
Pontoon (reaction) —
2,799
874
292
825
3,623
63
533
Braeside (Engen) *	
Pontoon (reaction) —
481
•   106
21
128
696
12
113
20,083
36,364
15,246
2,695
154,094
8,334
910
Cedarvale  	
Pontoon (reaction) —
3,249
90
432
420
11,037
13
73
Chinook Cove	
Pontoon (reaction)—.
1,280
207
301
495
1,379
207
21
Copper City..  __	
Pontoon (reaction)
6,434
400
787
53
9.604
37
235
386
837
1
53
2,393
398
133
60
3,343
40
1,267
Gas-boat and scow	
Pontoon (reaction) —
4,144
1,065
2,749
105
1,029
53
200
225
10,272
1,593
781
66
612
Finmoore -	
81
Fort Fraser  -	
Pontoon (reaction)
2,219
99
312
711
3,181
402
1,025
1,880
937
353
6,627
1,187
910
Gravels (Quesnel River)	
Pontoon (reaction) —
915
34
1-
155
615
1
338
Hall's Landing	
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power)	
7,335
4,313
738
2,342
19,339
589
821
Harrop-Longbeach 	
Scow and power-cable
8,894
6,836
3,158
357
29,258
1,702
91
Hazelton 	
Pontoon (reaction) —
3,604
242
340
587
8,492
322
79
High Bar 	
Pontoon (reaction) —
1,316
75
69
1,972
21
3,542
Isle de Pierre 	
Pontoon (reaction) —
7,773
279
1,772
2,166
10,825
2,703
35
Kelowna—Westbank ... 	
t Power-ferry	
5,323
25,955
11,633
445
96,834
6,107
1,089
Kitwanga	
Pontoon (reaction)—.
4,150
446
140
745
8,067
398
484
Kootenav Lake	
t Steamboat 	
942
8,071
848
20
15,164
513
177
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power)	
9,158
1,944
730
3,667
9,942
2,107
Maealister 	
Pontoon (reaction)...
2,631
436
860
344
4,860
625
1,089
McLure Station	
Pontoon (reaction)-
1,773
521
73
97
3,300
31
253
Miworth (I.R. No. 8,). '. 	
Pontoon (reaction) —
1,957
89
272
193
1,938
14
63
Mount Olie	
Pontoon (reaction) —
3,524
10
40
719
9,506
277
434
Needles-Fauquier	
Scow and power-cable
5,427
4,446
1,735
700
18,449
719
605
Nelson -   .
Scow and power-cable
21,171
79,450
17,562
972
346,897
8,711
325
Remo   —	
Pontoon (reaction)-.
2,727
2
128
340
5,942
261
10
Shelley	
Pontoon (reaction) —
2,325
36
163
3,855
29
84
Pontoon (reaction)-
Power-ferry 	
1,444
1,606
41
51
2,436
22
1,557
277
436
1,889
14,525
61
145
650
13
1,056
3,619
62
Taylor Flats (Peace River)-	
Gas-boat and scow—.
3,233
1,923
1,174
1,532
8,248
2,933
12-Mile            	
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power)	
6,223
4,097
896
11,254
70
449
Usk
Pontoon (reaction)-
Pontoon (reaction) .
8,055
3,869
1,156
622
1,166
66
311
587
17,654
7,980
889
62
765
Vavenby (North Thompson)—-
4,368
Vinsulla (North Thompson)....
Pontoon (reaction) _
1,221
32
10
143
2,310
29
132
Subsidized Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale 	
t Power -ferry -	
5,558
21,837
2,406
53
38,152
434
283
Arrowhead-Beaton— '.	
f Steamboat	
153
70
2
1
1,242
297
54
tGas-boats 	
fPower-ferry -	
796
9,883
1,356
958
444
2,309
11
11
fPower-ferry -	
fPower-ferry -	
835
812
324
5,972
232
643
1
6,800
15,387
4
196
12
Ladner-Woodward 	
tPower-ferry 	
6,582
45,423
6,677
55
80,046
370
Mill Bay  	
t Power-ferry 	
3,188
16,080
3,575
1
28,675
36
Shuswap Lake—	
f Steamboat - -	
139
1
1
717
415
104
284,309
80,356
25,794
1,085,416
39,693
34,189
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
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, 1935.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
City Municipalitie
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 _„
33R
76A
39b
34r
33b
32r
3b
54b
34b
35b
71r
36R
44r
43r
7Sr
68r
73r
75a
74a
53r
20r
75r
19r
57r
42b
37r
23b
80b
Ir
14r
17r
62a
14b
22b
8r
9r
61b
62b
52a
18r
67r
10r
14b
15b
80r
68a
69a
40b
Canadian Highway.,
River Road —	
Beaver Creek Road	
Vernon-Salmon Arm	
Armstrong-Salmon Arm-
Island Highway— Ji—
Cumberland Road and Union St..
Comox Road : -	
Dunsmuir Avenue—  	
Cour ten ay-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)	
River way (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 Rd. (Semiamu Rd.).
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 _.
Arterial —
Primary ___
Secondary
Secondary-
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary-
Secondary.
Primary ___
Arterial —.
Arterial —.
Arterial
Secondary.
Secondary
Arterial ___.
Primary ...
Primary ___
Secondary.
2.00
1.50
1.35
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
1.53
1.21
0.43
0.90
1.10
1.05
0.36
0.21
1.06
0.69
0.21
9.00
9.00
5.15
1.40
3.30
6.00
3.65
1.40
1.12
7.80 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
T 41
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31ST, 1935—Con.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
■—Continued.
87b
99b
76R
82R
26r
60A
3r
77r
71b
22r
59r
69r
73b
4r
12r
23r
94b
77b
96b
31r
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
4 Or
42r
86b
29b
21r
92b
78b
74b
75b
79b
66R
50B
84b
70b
28r
29r
52r
30r
57A
85b
38r
24b
26b
76b
63r
62r
32b
6r
7R
61r
Parts of Bridge Street and West-
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Secondary
0.78
0.93
13.82
10.82
4.04
12.46
2.00
0.74
7.88
5.45
9.10
13.00
7.16
4.59
3.23
5.89
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
8.25
12.75
4.90
11.68
2.54
13.60*
2.37
2.50
4.73
1.00
0.77
0.52
1.55
Kelowna-Vernon ,...., 	
Trans-Provincial (Deroche-Agassiz
Road and Agassiz Ferry Road)   ....
Arterial. _
Arterial „ 	
Primary	
Kent         -           - -
Trans-Provincial   	
McLellan Road   	
Trans-Provincial ,, -	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial—	
Secondary
1.10
River Rd. and Dewdney Trunk Rd—,
10.80
Arterial	
4.66
Dewdney Trunk Road  -	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial..	
15.50
2 00
Secondary
Primary 	
4.25
Dollarton Highway   	
Secondary
1.73
Summerland-Penticton-Oliver Rd...
Fairview Road (Green Mountain
Road to Keremeos) ' 	
Penticton—Naramata.— _	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
Arterial	
Secondary	
Secondary
Arterial—	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial'	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
0.94
5.50
Old Dewdney Trunk Road  —
3.50
1.90
Harris Road  	
Hammond Road 	
1.70
0.90
2.00
Woodward Highway _	
6.28
2.90
6.54
Island Highway—	
Quadra Street and Saanich Road.	
Arterial _.
Arterial.. _..
Arterial	
East Saanich Road 	
Verdier Avenue 	
Secondary
Arterial..	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
2.00
Trans-Provincial _ -	
Salmon Arm-Enderby -.
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie. _	
Canoe Road -	
Spallumcheen— -
4.20
6.25
3.25
Vernon-Kamloops...__	
7.10
Abbotsford-Huntingdon	
Yale Road -:-	
Arterial..	
Arterial*	
• Classification to be rescinded upon completion of construction of highway in new location.
4 T 42
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1935—Com.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Sumas 	
Summer land 	
59b
60b
41R
15r
2r
13b
61a
89b
90b
69b
67a
71a
72a
5r
llR
49r
65a
45r
70r
46r
81b
25r
24r
93b
97b
47r
50r
58b
72r
51r
67b
98b
48r
64r
79r
Vye Road 	
Vedder Mountain 	
Penticton-Kelowna  	
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
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road) ___.
Pacific Highway '	
Scott Road (eastern portion)	
Primary	
Secondary
Secondary	
Secondary
Primary	
Primary	
Primary	
9.80
Campbell River Road   	
2.50
2.50
Village Municipalities.
Nelson Avenue  -	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street	
	
Arterial	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road......
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road)—-
Primary	
	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial -
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Trans-Provincial (Water Street) —
Hope-Princeton.-.-   	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
Road)   -	
Abbotsford-Mission Road (Home
Avenue and Harbour Street)	
Seventh Street and Grand Avenue —
Cedar Valley Road (easterly half)—.
Mission  	
0.70
0.50
Hudson Bay Mountain Road	
Stewart-Bear River Highway.	
1.35
Terrace. ... _  '
0.50
Toft-no -_ _-    "
1.17
Prince Rupert Highway	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road.
Summary.
29.55
262.93
15.12
4.34
59.49
0.18
6.01
District Municipalities      "          _           .     .
143.29
Village Municipalities.	
4.22
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307.60
64.01
153.52
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Cedar Valley Road i
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1.40
0.50
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T 45
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 152.
Vote 153.
Vote 154. Maintenance, Parliament Buildings and Grounds..
Vote 155. Government House
Minister's Office
Administration
Vote 158. Repairs to Government Buildings  (except Parliament
Buildings and Government House)	
Total, Votes 152-155 and 158	
$9,887.45
145,704.06
142,537.30
19,471.37
236,517.55
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Vote 156. Roads
Bridges 	
Perries 	
Traffic Operation and Snow Service
Launch	
Maintenance of Paved Highways 	
Right-of-way Agent's  Office	
Contingencies 	
Wharves (credit balance)
Total, Vote 156	
Vote 117. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.-
Vote 160a. Grant to Dewdney Dyking Commission 	
Vote 157. Local Highways within Municipal Limits 	
Capital Account.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a)—Flood Damage	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) —
Bridges
Flood Damage	
Trails to Mineral Areas
" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a)—Flood Damage
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a)—
Bridges 	
Flood Damage	
•' B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (&)-
Roads
Flood Damage	
•' B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)—Buildings
$798,922.61
255,565.78
180,288.00
45,360.16
9,297.28
82,942.45
3,721.22
614.50
$1,376,712.00
1,694.69
$36,155.78
2,500.00
4,351.46
$100,000.00
2,561.64
6,320.58
$87,770.56
60,846.76
$3,330.60
33,109.90
$554,117.73
1,375,017.31
43,007.24
1,992.60
108,882.22
22,220.71
148,617.32
36,440.50
20,522.47
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(E.)  Municipalities 	
(F.)  Provincial Direct Relief 	
(G.)   Non-contributory 	
(J.)  Public Health 	
(L.) (a.) Physically Unfit Men __
(L.) (6.) Physically Unfit Men _
(R.)  Physically Unfit	
(M.)   Advances to Municipalities
(H.)   Supervision ...
Employment Relief Plan
$2,518
1,494
575
176
37
4
812
337
188
,463.19
,757.82
267.47
,082.40
,567.66
,885.30
,555.16
,521.30
,898.14
487.73
Carried forward .
$6,146,486.17   $2,310,818.10 T 46
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,146,486.17   $2,310,818.10
Roads 	
Bridges ...
Buildings
Mining-roads
Provincial Works Loan (P.C. 2013), Unemployment Relief Fund.
  $567,985.00
  116,373.89
  38,143.00
  12,953.77
  11,568.58
  95,015.69
  4,383.66
Equipment sheds and shops
Machinery	
Bituminous surfacing	
Relief Land Settlement Plan, U.R.F.
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
$846,423.59
$1,499.43
6,994,409.19
$9,305,227.29 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 47
ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Flood Damage      $3,620.28
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $15,202.25
Bridges   __  3,262.04
Mining-roads     350.00
Equipment-sheds   738.66
Bituminous surfacing  1,269.47
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013  $20,822.42
(F.)  Direct Relief  $167,128.14
(G.)   Non-contributory    8,373.58
(H.)   Supervision     6,550.88
(J.)  Public Health   i 8,315.10
$190,367.70
Less refunds   15.00
$190,352.70
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund     211,175.12
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
66. Bamfield trails   $243.41
104. Biological    183.68
1. Beaver Creek   164.30
100. Canadian Highway   4,475.09
10. Central Lake   1,044.35
111. Departure Bay   1,289.12
38. East Wellington   355.55
39. Extension    :  127.50
127. Haliburton Street   120.73
156. Island Highway   1,997.99
62. Jingle Pot   643.34
34. Lake Shore   117.90
69. Nanaimo Lakes   380.28
103. South Wellington  449.07
18. Tofino-Ucluelet    316.93
135. Waddington   122.96
33r. Canadian Highway (arterial)   339.57
53r. Canadian Highway (arterial)    270.70
Sundry roads (units under $100)   1,742.77
Supervision     2,223.72
Tools and Plant Account  703.20
Haulage-truck Account   2,387.44
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       19,699.60
Vote 156—Classified Highways.
5b. River Road (secondary highway)   $21.25
39b. Beaver Creek Road (secondary highway)  60.40
76a. River Road (primary highway)  92.75
Total, Vote 156—Classified Highways  174.40
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified.
123. Dry Creek         $118.84
9. Dickinson    166.36
93. Kitsuksus   148.69
Carried forward  $433.89 $234,669.40 T 48
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified—Continued.
Brought forward .
Reg. No.
6. Mountainstream  	
56. Rock Bluffs (west) 	
25. Wall's
107. Woodward
Sundry bridges  (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Brechin Road
Bush Street _.
100. Canadian Highway
Extension
Harewood Road
Hilliers   1
Island Highway
Nanaimo Lakes
Robins  Road  _—
39
48.
158.
156.
69.
95.
103. South Wellington
135. Waddington Road
136. Wakesiah Avenue .
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
China Creek 	
Trail to W.W.W. Group
Sproat Lake Trail	
Cameron River Trail	
Kennedy River-Taylor River Trail	
Road to Vancouver Island Gold Mines.__.
Trail to A. H. Rowan Placer Workings
$433.89 $234,669.40
129.46
122.40
106.59
168.58
872.30
$7.74
6.32
1,872.55
87.46
8.16
28.62
2,748.06
8.37
111.96
573.25
43.86
77.75
$75.00
500.00
250.00
97.82
250.00
500.00
50.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
1,833.22
5,574.10
1,722.82
Total expenditure, Alberni-Nanaimo District   $243,799.54
50.
57.
59.
62.
65.
67.
Vote 156-
Atlin streets 	
Fourth of July
Indian River 	
O'Donnel River
Ruby Creek
ATLIN DISTRICT   (NORTH).
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Spruce Creek	
Sundry roads (units under $100).
Auto " C " 	
Garage 	
Material and supplies	
Plant and tools	
Supervision 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
5. Big Horn	
59. Boulder Creek
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance
Carried forward	
$318.25
230.95
246.90
165.50
386.75
991.25
298.65
108.16
188.45
802.91
81.65
30.90
$300.00
55.00
$3,850.32
355.00
$4,205.32 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
57. Fourth of July    ____    __
63. Norgold 	
$500.00
500.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.-
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)	
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):
Trails to Mineral Areas.
6. Big Missouri Road
9. Unuk River Trail __
  $2,471.25
  1,700.47
Total, Capital Account:   Trails to Mineral Areas	
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $12,155.14
Mining-roads    1,571.35
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $13,726.49
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)   Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health 	
1,743.61
178.00
35.85
617.43
3,574.89
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
5. Bear River	
6. Big Missouri	
16. Salmon River 	
17. Stewart-Hyder	
Snow-removal 	
Sundry trails (units under $100)	
Supervision—
(A.)  _____	
Office  	
Garage	
Plant and tools	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
95. Cranberry River
85. Glacier Creek 	
140. Surprise Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $100).
$305.55
822.89
525.42
241.15
1,387.39
365.10
3.727.23
'681.24
582.49
134.44
434.20
118.50
291.00
599.90
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 156—Ferries.
2. Upper Nass-Grease Harbour 	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries	
Carried forward	
$480.00
T 49
$4,205.32
1,000.00
$5,205.32
1,171.72
23,301.38
8,772.90
1,443.60
480.00
$38,169.60 Reg. No.
B 113. Stewart
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $38,169.60
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
       $6,442.37
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation..
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
70. Bitter Creek Trail
184. Elkhorn Trail 	
183. Lakeview Trail _____
$149.60
250.00
111.26
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)	
6,442.37
510.86
$45,122.83
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3?
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$333.55
3,919.79
100.00
287.70
34
Dease Lake   _     _ _      -       - .       _                      - _        '
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Teslin Trail .     _._                                                              	
Material and supplies _ _    _ „      ...               •        _ __ 	
44
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Casca                   _ _   _ __        __ _     _ _—   _ _
$952.15
200.00
95.00
$4,641.04
19
South Fork      ___ _                                 ___
70
Teslin Trail	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance	
1,247.15
32
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Clearwater      	
$300.00
etc.
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails,
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)	
300.00
$6,188.19
Total expenditure, Atlin District  $56,516.34
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6   (a) :   Flood
Damage        $1,992.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (&):
Roads.
67r. Central Arterial Highway (compensation for right-of-way).
255.60
Total, Capital Account:  Roads       $2,248.20
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads _
Bridges
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
$9,971.27
5,327.84
$15,299.11
Carried forward     $15,299.11      $2,248.20 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 51
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward  $15,299.11      $2,248.20
(F.)  Direct Relief   $1,851.35
(G.)  Non-contributory   2,132.20
(J.)  Public Health   3,662.73
$7,646.28
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund      22,945.39
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
Ir. Kingsway  $1,015.73
Ir. Kingsway (storm-sewer)   538.57
10r. Coquitlam   805.78
14r. Hastings-Barnet   1,137.09
17r. Lougheed Highway   14.00
18R. Dewdney Trunk  164.50
19r. Dewdney Trunk  666.14
20R. Dewdney Trunk  535.47
57r. loco-Port Moody   259.57
67r. Central Arterial Highway  267.48
Sundry roads (units under $100)   43.50
Coquitlam Warehouse  80.22
Plant and tools  566.46
Snow-removal  800.73
5,895.24
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Classified Highways.
62a. Grandview-Douglas   845.46
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc        7,740.70
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
1, 2. Mill bridges   $80.61
5. Government Creek  81.91
16. School   90.40
17. Wharf Creek  27.50
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:    Maintenance  280.42
Total expenditure, Burnaby District     $33,214.71
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):
Trails to Mineral Areas.
166. Hixon Creek         $999.72
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas         $999.72
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 .(«):
Flood Damage.
38. Barkerville Road        $3,034.36
36. Cottonwood No. 2 Bridge      10,976.44
Total, Capital Account—Flood Damage  .       14,010.80
Carried forward    $15,010.52 T. 52
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward	
$15,010.52
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges  _	
Mining-roads 	
Equipment-sheds
Machinery	
$20,438.45
949.26
557.20
852.57
1,492.55
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013    $24,290.03
(F.)
(G.)
(H.)
(J.)
Direct Relief	
Non-contributory
Supervision 	
Public Health 	
$10,327.74
4,681.21
1,764.70
1,836.19
$18,609.84
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund      42,899.87
Vote 156-
Reg. No.
5. Cariboo 	
18. Likely 	
37. Barkerville—Bear Lake
38. Barkerville 	
46. Dragon Lake (east) ____
58. Quesnel-Blackwater ____
59. Quesnel-Nazko	
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic	
166. Hixon Creek	
175. Meadow Creek 	
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
47r. Cariboo-Village of Quesnel
Wells Townsite
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Plant and tools	
Supervision 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified.
1. Antler, No. 1 .
5. Antler, No. 2 .
13. Bear River __
20. Bouchie, No. 1 	
31. Canyon Creek	
36. Cottonwood, No. 2 	
44. Hawks, No. 1 	
45. Hawks, No. 2	
63. Spratt's 	
66. Fraser River (Quesnel)
90. Keithley	
133. Little Cottonwood 	
139. Allcock	
140. Chubb	
154. Buckskin Creek 	
185. Devils Creek, No. 1
186. Devils Creek, No..2
195. LeBourdais 	
207. Slum Creek ...
216. Cameron
Sundry bridges (units under $100)
$2,337.03
784.19
384.06
11,606.83
355.96
305.31
226.14
149.00
138.19
216.45
357.25
284.65
392.21
2,553.02
4,550.48
$101.40
140.70
100.00
115.02
860.40
262.53
441.98
442.04
100.35
167.63
464.43
539.08
377.33
465.84
200.00
116.27
116.27
123.90
104.95
187.83
895.44
24,640.77
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified
Carried forward	
6,323.39
$88,874.55 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 53
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
Brought forward	
$88,874.55
Reg. No.
2. Fraser River-Alexandria
3. Fraser River-Macalister
4. Fraser River-Soda Creek
5. Quesnel River-Gravel's __.
Vote 156—Ferries.
$1,558.21
1,926.61
1,479.41
684.40
Total, Vote 156—Ferries	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
47r. Cariboo Road-Village of Quesnel	
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Canyon Creek, Willow River via Beaver Pass Trail	
Trail to Grotto Mine, Keithley	
Hixon Creek Road	
Cottonwood-Ahbau Lake Trail	
Road up Donovan Creek, Stanley
Trail from Sailor Creek to Falls, North Fork of Quesnel River.
Road to property of Cariboo-Coronado Gold Mines, Ltd	
Jack of Clubs Creek Road, Barkerville
Branch road to Lazaroff Ranch, Prince George-Quesnel Highway
Barkerville-Antler Creek Road 	
Trail from Mackin Creek to Lamora 1 and 2 Mines, Soda Creek.___
Road to Anderson Creek from Quesnel-Barkerville Road near
Stanley 	
Black Bear Creek Trail near Likely	
Road to property of Guyet Placers, Ltd., Barkerville	
Trail to Lower Antler Creek from Barkerville via Grouse Creek
Trail up Pine Grove Creek near Wingdam	
Trail to lease of G. Long, Likely	
Trail from Cottonwood, following Cottonwood River	
Barkerville-Bear Lake Road	
Keithley Creek Trail	
Refractories Road	
Trail from Barkerville to Stony Lake	
Trail to Hebson Group, Little Snowshoe Creek, Keithley	
Barkerville-Cunningham Creek Road __
Houseman Creek Road, Stanley
Trail via Beaver Pass to Moose and Moosehorn Creeks.
Likely-Keithley Road 	
Downey Pass Road near Barkerville
Road to Cottonwood from Quesnel via 10-Mile Lake and P.G.E.
Railway Grade
Road from Barkerville-Bear Lake Road to Antler Creek, Cariboo
Mining Division	
Proposed road, Keithley to Barkerville	
Dragon Creek Road ,.	
Harvey Creek Trail	
$918.72
$50.40
50.40
699.66
151.20
50.40
50.40
100.00
149.70
99.85
149.81
50.40
50.00
100.80
149.60
50.00
50.40
25.60
50.40
249.51
249.85
25.00
24.80
25.20
250.00
39.15
250.00
149.15
100.00
200.00
250.00
300.00
100.50
250.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)	
5,648.63
918.72
4,542.18
$99,984.08
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $19,099.76
Bridges   3,684.25
Equipment-sheds   344.92
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $23,128.93
Carried forward    $23,128.93 T 54 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward  $23,128.93
(F.)  Direct Relief  $19,505.32
(G.)  Non-contributory  1,369.67
(H.)  Supervision   2,143.44
(J.)  Public Health    392.50
$23,410.93
Total Unemployment Relief Fund     $46,539.86
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Alexis Creek-Nazko   $117.20
421. Tatlayoko  405.60
3. Beaver Valley ,  163.46
314. Bridge Lake  (north)    835.82
315. Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake  102.60
318. Canim Lake   778.18
5. Cariboo   5,534.63
320. Chilcotin   4,033.76
522. Capoose Trail  150.15
325. Churn Creek  286.77
328. Deka Lake  100.00
332. Eagle Creek   293.20
336. Exeter-McKinley  169.68
15. Horsefly  2,138.50
42. Horsefly-Horsefly Lake   162.69
343. Hanceville Cut-off   108.25
353. Little Timothy Mountain  115.30
355. Lone Butte-Horse Lake  575.72
358. Meldrum Creek-Fraser River ____  226.90
360. Mission   117.35
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake  1,588.61
386. North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake  180.75
389. Pigeon's   171.95
419. Reserve  126.75
392. Redstone-Chezacut     353.15
28. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   257.33
414. Sheridan    166.35
407. Upper Dog Creek  163.93
411. Williams Lake-Canoe Creek  2,244.90
412. Williams Lake-150-Mile  412.12
Plant and tools  3,927.64
Sundry roads and trails (units under $100)  1,370.99
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.      27,380.23
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
425. Anahim-Chilcotin, No. 2  $582.05
312. Borland, No. 2  145.30
137. Crosina   244.93
372. Lees   625.27
388. Ladoucer   112.11
378. Onward   189.66
337. Tretheway ._  107.92
Sundry bridges (units under $100)  723.08
Total, Vote 158—Bridges:   Maintenance        2,730.32
Vote 156—Ferries.
7. Woodjam   $12.80
Total, Vote 156—Ferries  ,_  12.80
Carried forward    $76,663.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 55
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $76,663.21
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
Snow-tractor equipment  $312.24
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation   312.24
Reg No            Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
79r. Williams Lake-Soda Creek (arterial highway)         $894.64
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways  894.64
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
111. Beaver Valley-Antoine Creek Trail  $149.10
518. Black Creek Trail  149.80
520. Elbow Lake-McKee Lake Trail  174.75
78. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake Trail  149.93
512. Timothy Mountain Trail   149.80
Tatlayoko Lake Trail   370.35
523. Taylor-Windfall     150.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,293.73
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)     $79,163.82
Total expenditure, Cariboo District  $179,147.90
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Flood Damage        $2,561.64
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $7,142.01
Bridges     3,251.99
Machinery    5,432.77
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $15,826.77
(F.)  Direct Relief  $24,933.48
(G.)   Non-contributory   19,115.52
(H.)   Supervision    700.80
(J.)   Public Health   345.75
$45,095.55
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       60,922.32
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Huntingdon Townsite Subdivision  $231.81
8. Columbia Valley  421.63
12. Sumas Mountain   386.86
16. Rosedale Ferry  108.00
231. Hope-Rosedale   3,272.71
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway (Matsqui)   2,530.87
6R. Trans-Provincial Highway (Sumas)    4,555.31
7R. Abbotsford-Huntingdon (Sumas)   449.52
8R. Trans-Provincial Highway (Chilliwack)  855.10
9r. Rosedale Ferry (Chilliwack)  119.56
12R. Abbotsford-Mission    _.  1,080.63
61R. Yale  (Sumas)   ,_.__ 830.71
Snow-removal   1,466.08
Vedder River (bank-protection)  354.92
Carried forward     $16,663.71    $63,483.96 T 56
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Plant and tools	
Supervision 	
Vote 156-
Reg. No.
61b. Vedder Mountain
62b. Sardis	
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Classified Highways.
Vedder Canal
Lorenzetti 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
16.
28.
55. Ferry Slough	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance_
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Agassiz-Rosedale	
Herrling Island 	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway
5R. Rosedale Ferry
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway .
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon	
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway
9r. Trans-Provincial Highway .
12r. Abbotsford-Mission   	
$16,663.71
233.33
3,848.70
4,517.63
$25,263.37
$239.85
176.19
$416.04
$4,628.78
1,007.16
2,391.64
880.40
$21,286.17
54.61
$752.16
20.95
381.00
6.95
79.10
6.95
5.00
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways	
Vote 117.—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Chilliwack Lake Trail-Vedder Crossing  $131.14
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc	
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District	
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads
Machinery	
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)   Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health ______
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund..
Carried forward	
$63,483.96
25,679.41
8,907.98
21,340.78
1,252.11
131.14
$120,795.38
$14,509.75
760.00
300.34
1,426.51
$16,996.60
$28,483.93
2,747.08
1,753.70
1,231.87
$34,216.58
$51,213.18
$51,213.18 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 57
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$51,213.18
18,547.92
5,769.11
293.60
479.09
1,239.30
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway                 _ 	
$7,808.63
386.37
286.55
199.09
2,381.61
234.80
249.05
634.79
2,442.03
827.90
2,110.76
1,207.86
2. West Side            _ _
4. Toby   _ _   _             	
29. Johnston  __     __ ____     _ _        _ _ _
87. Trans-Canada Highway (Kicking Horse Section)        	
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden	
280. Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend Section)   .
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Assistant District Engineer—
Salary and expenses         _          	
Auto  .      _       	
Office Account      _                        _ 	
Plant and tools  	
Less gasoline-tax refunds   _     _ 	
$18,769.44
221.52
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
4. Kicking Horse River                      ■ —
$703.02
636.67
508.29
316.15
1,111.47
224.37
213.05
201.15
647.55
155.00
142.05
165.00
159.40
173.06
412.88
13. Galena	
17. North Vermilion      __ ._._ _____   _        " _         _   _
48- Boulder Creek          _ _ _ _
53. Horsethief               _           . _           _ _ __
73. Blaeberry  (upper)                           ■                  	
100. Kinootl ____/      	
165. Brisco       _               _          _ _ _      _   	
169. Passiooks                                              	
194. Kimtah __...                              	
195. Kiskisk   ...                                	
213. Park                                               	
215. Mount Hunter 	
226. Parson    ___                               	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)—_           	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance    _.
Vote 156—Ferries.
Donald   	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries	
$293.60
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
$479.09
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation    "         	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
4   Toby                        -     	
$689.95
50.00
499.35
109   Bugaboo Creek Trail                                            	
48   Boulder Creek                           	
Total, Vote 117.—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Tra
ils, etc.
$77,542.20 T 58
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):
Flood Damage.
Roads.
Say ward
Comox	
Quadra Island _
Island Highway
Campbell River
Cumberland 	
Courtenay 	
Endall 	
Alert Bay	
Hardy Bay	
Bridges.
Condensory   	
Quelhorts	
Campbell River	
Oyster River	
Sayward 	
Holberg 	
$741.68
180.74
87.51
1,411.70
127.57
349.01
299.14
39.40
57.75
1.89
£3,296.39
$1,292.40
14.85
174.40
7.00
873.03
41.60
$2,403.28
Total, Capital Account—Flood Damage ...
$5,699.67
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads 	
Bituminous surfacing
(F.)
(G.)
(H.)
(J.)
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
Direct Relief 	
Non-contributory
Supervision
Public Health
$14,420.14
6,198.95
250.00
907.44
$21,776.53
$63,830.40
2,702.17
1,351.33
1,164.75
$69,048.65
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
90,825.18
Reg. No.
2. Anderton
3. Back	
8. Comox ____.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
9. Cumberland __
10. Headquarters
11. Royston 	
12. Bevan 	
13. Comox Lake _
14. Lazo 	
48. Squirrel Cove _._
49. Campbell River
52. Lacon 	
60. Endall 	
62. Fraser 	
71. Hardy Bay	
Carried forward
$256.77
175.86
177.93
425.61
193.01
128.35
139.04
125.43
271.19
141.04
223.95
273.34
186.88
159.88
318.26
$3,196.54    $96,524.85 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 59
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward.
Reg. No.
Central	
Lake Trail _
Little River
Sayward
76.
93.
96.
162.
188.
196.
285.
320.
341.
344.
359. Qualicum Settlement.
360. Quatsino
Heriot Bay	
Island Highway
Tipton	
Morland	
Hilliers 	
Home Lake .
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Salaries 	
Travelling expenses	
Office supplies	
Plant and tools
32r. Arterial Highway, Courtenay
Classified Highways (credit balance)
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
$3,196.54 $96,524.85
203.48
237.93
306.75
400.30
127.70
8,628.52
113.65
179.94
178.81
102.65
116.54
194.08
2,287.39
3,598.53
689.11
636.39
1,954.53
75.26
$23,168.10
72.39
23,095.71
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified.
3. Black Creek.
32. Mill Creek __.
Garvin 	
50.
57.
58.
59.
120.
133.
158.
316.
Harrigan 	
Howes 	
Headquarters, No. 1 	
Power-house 	
Rennison 	
Third Crossing-Salmon River .
Mosquito Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $100)
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:
$174.70
146.09
146.35
135.52
911.95
245.12
288.68
168.48
200.20
610.96
577.08
Maintenance—Unclassified.
3,605.13
Vote 156—Ferries.
Denman Island __
San Josef River
Total, Vote 156—Ferries
$4,542.62
19.42
4,562.04
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
8. Comox Road 	
9. Cumberland Road
11. Royston Road	
148. Parksville Road ___
196. Island Highway ___
341. Hilliers Road
3b
Cumberland Road and Union Street (Courtenay)
32r. Island Highway (Courtenay) 	
34b. Dunsmuir Avenue (Cumberland) 	
54b. Comox Road (Courtenay) 	
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways
Carried forward	
$4.96
53.39
103.15
57.76
7,337.34
1,093.20
28.24
151.53
191.82
2.44
9,023.83
$136,811.56 T 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
125. Condensory Bridge
Vote 157—Local Roads and Bridges within
Organized Territory.
$136,811.56
$948.35
Total, Vote 157—Local Roads and Bridges within Organized Territory
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
61. Buttle Lake Trail
72. Kains Lake Trail _
$100.00
100.00
948.35
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  200.00
Total expenditure, Comox District  $137,959.91
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6(a):   Flood Damage
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Bituminous surfacing
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
(F.)   Direct Relief	
(G.)   Non-contributory .
(H.)   Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health _______
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
Vote 156-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
7. Bench 	
10. Bennie-Yellow Point.
23. Cowichan Lake	
50. Glenora 	
132. Island Highway	
61. Indian 	
95.' Koksilah 	
70. Lakeside 	
90. Mountain	
87. Miller 	
24. North Shore ___.
234. North 	
113. Sahtlam River
238. South 	
121. South Wellington	
129. Thomas-Yellow Point	
98. Trunk	
3lR. Island Highway (arterial)
68r. Island Highway (arterial)
Sundry roads (units under $50)
Supervision	
Tools and Plant Account	
Haulage-truck Account	
$10,652.86
1,091.98
1,962.27
$13,707.11
$51,547.35
3,577.20
614.27
3,038.56
$58,777.38
$143.78
126.13
1,146.55
160.85
4,816.16
121.63
613.52
86.90
85.60
247.60
273.74
151.49
174.79
96.36
704.77
63.22
397.45
2,121.00
57.44
324.94
3,129.42
429.78
1,400.38
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
Carried forward	
5,128.43
72,484.49
16,873.50
$94,486.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 61
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continue...
Brought forward	
Vote 156—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
63a. Cowichan Lake Road  (primary highway)	
36b. Quamichan Lake Road (secondary highway) 	
Total, Vote 156—Classified Highways	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
160. Bennett 	
9. Bush Creek _
15. Clemclemlitz
29. Dodd's 	
22. Doney ____
111. Jaynes
55. Koksilah Station .
115. Robertson River _.
116. Robinson __
47. Solly's
83. Tennis-courts
Sundry bridges (units under $50)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance
Vote 156—Ferries.
Gabriola Island 	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries 	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
23. Cowichan Lake Road
165. Hillcrest Road 	
132. Island Highway .
3lR. Island Highway (arterial), North Cowichan .
7lR. Island Highway (arterial), Duncan	
121. South Wellington Road	
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways
Vote 157—Local Roads and Bridges within
Organized Territory.
Bonsall and Crofton Roads 	
Mount Sicker Road 	
$27.48
494.32
$99.60
354.76
562.82
78.82
97.70
249.34
392.16
71.25
1,246.26
500.80
143.80
809.78
$7,080.00
$250.22
75.89
7,026.04
280.52
290.78
952.53
$250.00
950.00
Total, Vote 157—Local Roads and Bridges within Organized Territory
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
El Capitan ___
Sutton Trail
$200.00
150.00
$94,486.42
521.80
4,607.09
7,080.00
8,875.98
1,200.00
350.00
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads
Machinery	
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc	
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District   $117,121.29
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
     $20,754.79
       10,945.15
  750.55
       10,888.73
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
Carried forward	
$43,339.22
$43,339.22 T 62
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward	
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health ._____.
Less refunds
$43,339.22
$73,266.72
26,938.18
1,625.15
5,558.71
$107,388.76
28.17
$107,360.59
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
$150,699.81
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway 	
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley ~	
12. Kootenay Orchards	
15. Kootenay-Columbia 	
24. Perry Creek
25. "
60.
72.
Kimberley-Sullivan Mine
Kimberley-Wasa _
Pighin
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Garage Account	
Plant and tools	
Supervision	
$10,151.48
6,036.18
172.20
1,593.84
164.27
708.35
188.70
135.80
402.36
11,801.58
3,702.04
4,439.20
20,
20.
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Fort Steele	
Fort Steele	
96. Hellroaring Creek
206. Irishman Creek ____
100. Skookumchuck 	
19. Wardner  	
42. Wasa	
241. Wattsburg ___
Sundry bridges (units under $100)
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance
Vote 156—Ferries.
Bechtel
$33,915.80
611.76
121.90
1,135.40
242.19
840.48
258.02
111.60
1,767.97
$24.80
Total, Vote 156—Ferries	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Cranbrook-Kimberley Road 	
Kimberley streets	
$13,172.60
337.89
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Hellroaring Creek :	
Trail to Wellington Group	
Trail to Evans Group	
Trail to Perry Creek	
Wild Horse Creek	
St. Mary Trail
Trail to Lead Group
$75.60
50.40
149.80
47.60
33.40
35.20
220.80
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc...
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District	
$39,496.00
39,005.12
24.80
13,510.49
612.80
_ $243,349.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 63
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):
Roads.
Reg. No.
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway   $190.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads         $190.00
Unemployment Relief Fund. '
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $10,816.12
Bridges   6,588.44
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013  $17,404.56
(F.)  Direct Relief   $857.55
(G.)   Non-contributory  12,895.09
(J-)  Public Health   2.00
$13,754.64
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       31,159.20
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $1,550.15
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway   3,198.15
13R. Pacific Highway   1,433.18
15r. Peace Arch Highway  134.01
66r. Fraser Avenue  1,925.96
77R. Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway   840.75
Lulu Island (protection-work)  375.23
Sundry roads ._  71.81
Snow-removal    381.98
Supervision   4,879.95
Plant and tools  4,032.79
$18,823.96
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Classified Roads.
40b. Boundary Bay (Delta)   $213.69
50b. Woodward's (Richmond)   104.02
61a. Scott (Surrey)   388.04
68a. Ladner Trunk (Delta)   200.43
69a.  Scott (Delta)   144.12
69b. McLellan (Surrey)   80.00
70b. No. 19 Road (Richmond)   28.85
84b. Steveston (Richmond)   89.53
87b. Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue (Delta)  :  310.51
89b. Johnston  (Surrey)    320.00
90b. Campbell River (Surrey)   239.88
$2,119.07
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      20,943.03
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
4, 5. Eburne bridges   $14,140.35
6. Fraser Avenue  3,057.10
10. Canoe Pass   983.57
26. Haldi Island   397.76
$18,578.78
Carried forward     $18,578.78    $52,292.23 T 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward _._.- .*.     $18,578.78    $52,292.23
Vote 156—Bridges: Maintenance:—Classified Highways.
Indian Reserve       $1,920.99
Eburne   174.40
$2,095.39
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance       20,674.17
Vote 156—Ferries.
Barnston Island  $3,409.01
Ladner-Woodward   3,338.26
Ladner-Woodward (landings)   145.14
Total, Vote 156—Ferries         6,892.41
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Reg. No.
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $734.10
13r. Pacific Highway   44.13
15r. Peace Arch Highway  3.47
61a. Scott Road (Surrey)   355.27
66r. Fraser Avenue  123.75
68a. Ladner Trunk  242.87
69a. Scott (Delta)   16.37
80r. Ladner-Marsh   26.13
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         1,546.09
Vote 157—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
Sundry roads  •    $2,000.00
Total, Vote 157—Local Roads within Organized Territory         2,000.00
Total expenditure, Delta District      $83,404.90
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Worlcs Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads  .  $11,887.77
Bridges    :  3,482.00
Bituminous surfacing  163.19
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013        $15,532.96
(F.)  Direct Relief  $14,856.60
(G.)   Non-contributory  34,678.28
(J.)  Public Health   17,521.82
(L.A.)   Physically Unfit Men   28,944.85
(L.B.)  Physically Unfit Men   4,004.82
$100,006.37
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $115,539.33
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
209. Harrison Hot Springs  $351.30
7h. Dewdney Trunk  400.44
71.   Dewdney Trunk  1,049.57
7J.   Dewdney Trunk   1,288.40
7k. Dewdney Trunk   202.90
Carried forward        $3,292.61 $115,539.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 65
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought forward.
Hyde and Buker	
Farms   	
Hawkins-Pickles 	
Nicomen Island Trunk
North Nicomen	
Salvaster 	
Seux  _	
Taylor  	
Hartley  	
Hope-Rosedale __
Hope-Yale .
11.
13.
30.
33.
38.
39.
43.
66.
67.
68.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection
21r. Dewdney Trunk	
22R. Dewdney Trunk	
23R. Dewdney Trunk 	
25r. Dewdney Trunk 	
26r. Deroche-Agassiz 	
59r. Port Hammond Loop	
69r. Port Haney Loop	
Sundry roads (units under $100)___.
Plant and tools	
Warehouses	
Snow-removal 	
Supervision	
$3,292.61 $115,539.33
915.42
380.70
144.00
112.08
107.83
1,089.56
250.00
318.49
242.35
680.14
660.79
361.60
2,206.74
1,175.11
1,439.95
17.48
1,555.77
68.83
74.68
637.45
1,068.64
170.00
1,357.29
4,177.35
$22,504.86
Vote 156-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Classified Highways.
Harrison Hot Springs (Kent Municipality).
Dewdney Trunk (old)   (Maple Ridge)	
Hammond (Pitt Meadows) 	
North Harris 	
60A.
73b.
75b.
78b.
79b. McNeil
77b. Dewdney Trunk (old)   (Mission)___
92b. Dewdney Trunk Road (old)   (Pitt Meadows).
93b. Seventh Street and Grand Avenue	
94B.  Silverdale-Mission   	
96b. Cedar Valley (Mission)	
97b. Cedar Valley  (Mission Village)	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
$35.10
595.95
6.89
275.56
100.44
1,011.88
.59
81.80
200.40
177.12
87.32
$2,573.05
25,077.91
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
12.
16.
41.
52.
53.
61.
131.
150.
Hunter Creek 	
Johnston Creek	
Pitt River (including Bridge-tenders) _
McKay 	
Whonnock Creek
Mission, C.P.R. (including Bridge-tenders).
Othello Cable	
Farm   	
Hope-Fraser River 	
Harrison River (including Bridge-tender).
Dewdney 	
Sundry bridges (units under $100) __
Total, Vote 156—Bridges, Maintenance.
Carried forward	
$281.40
171.31
3,251.15
100.44
100.97
11,442.91
•556.36
238.34
484.50
848.66
798.81
496.44
18,771.29
$159,388.53 T 66 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $159,388.53
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Reg. No.
2lR. Trans-Provincial Highway   $1,192.54
22r. Trans-Provincial Highway   6,061.33
73b. Dewdney Trunk Road  387.21
92b. Dewdney Trunk Road (old)  67.92
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways        7,709.00
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Fire Mountain Trail         $149.85
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  149.85
Vote 160a—Grant to Dewdney Dyking Commission        2,500.00
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  $169,747.38
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6):
Flood Damage.
Roads.
3. Atkins    $260.40
Clo-oose District   146.88
47. East Sooke  231.16
76. Island Highway  22,131.78
79. Jordan River   959.12
99. Metchosin   124.80
102. Millstream Lake   186.40
112. Munn's   275.20
117. Old Trunk  317.67
122. Peatt  260.40
Port Renfrew District   139.06
132. Rocky Point  161.74
147.  Sooke   1  432.35
Sundry roads (units under $100)  865.98
$26,492.94
Bridges.
72. Munn's Creek  $111.20
124. Niagara Canyon  171.28
Sundry bridges  (units under $100)  634.81
$917.29
Total, Capital Account—Flood Damage     $27,410.23
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads     $15,410.92
Machinery        1,450.75
Total, Provincial Works Loan P.C. 2013     $16,861.67
(F.)  Direct Relief   $47,711.83
(G.)   Non-contributory  22,619.71
(H.)   Supervision     1,348.05
(J.)  Public Health   752.12
$72,431.71
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       89,293.38
Carried forward  $116,703.61 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 67
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 156-
Reg. No.
32. Brandon
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and' Streets.
Roads,
45.
47.
66.
69.
68.
76.
79.
90.
99.
101.
102.
112.
117.
132.
133.
147.
198.
190.
Clo-oose District
Dunford	
East Sooke	
Gillespie	
Happy Valley	
Halhead   	
Island Highway
Jordan River	
Latoria   	
Metchosin  	
Millstream	
Millstream Lake
Munn's 	
Old Trunk	
Port Renfrew 	
Rocky Point 	
Ross-Durrance ___
Sooke 	
View Royal 	
West Shawnigan Lake 	
Sundry roads (units under $100) _
Auto Account 	
Plant and tools	
Repairs, district trucks	
Supervision  .	
Snow-removal	
$116,703.61
$105.80
319.42
149.07
397.19
310.27
145.20
245.52
. 2,376.60
1,088.43
226.85
196.80
381.17
139.73
167.45
1,322.84
663.44
747.83
222.04
1,186.89
104.24
149.76
1,935.20
313.75
1,640.89
1,983.58
2,216.59
328.10
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
19,064.65
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified.
3. Aikman
2. Atkins  _
4. Armour
110. Caffery
44,   '"
19
145.
29
40
Clarke Creek __.
Craigflower ___.
Deer Creek	
Finlayson   	
Helmcken 	
109. Kiel's 	
139. Logan  	
287. Lost Lake 	
72. Munn's Creek	
124. Niagara Canyon
37. Poole's ._
153. Reid's
144. Wolfe Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified
$1,912.69
297.59
312.50
146.90
352.92
117.13
660.20
2,363.98
110.21
286.47
291.57
135.10
245.27
134.16
142.21
155.12
392.68
692.29
8,748.99
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
76. Island Highway
117. Old Trunk Road
147. Sooke 	
101. Millstream
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways..
Carried forward	
$11,721.82
1,476.37
115.14
193.82
359.87
13,867.02
$158,384.27 T 68 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $158,384.27
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Silver Mine Trail     $67.38
Talc Mine Trail, Wolfe Creek  75.00
Wolfe Creek Trail      _____     . 74.75
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  217.13
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  $158,601.40
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $16,977.10
Bridges   10,964.15
Mining-roads     250.30
Equipment-sheds   3,249.89
Machinery  3,706.82
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $35,148.26
(F.)  Direct Relief   $87,566.43
(G.)   Non-contributory  20,057.25
(H.)   Supervision   1,709.61
(J.)    Public Health  6,413.73
$115,747.02
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $150,895.28
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  $9,581.21
3. Elko-Roosville   305.37
4. Elk Valley  166.90
6. Bull River (south)  112.90
48. Maus Creek   489.90
94. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway  292.91
106. Corbin    349.01
Sundry roads (units under $100)  351.86
Snow-removal   1,834.07
Plant and tools  4,210.45
Material  645.23
Camp equipment  5.50
Supervision   4,955.16
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       23,300.47
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
1. Michel Prairie   $258.35
2. Hosmer  :  1,554.32
4. Fernie   397.12
8. Elkmouth  4,538.74
12. Michel     405.71
52. Wilson Creek  503.95
55. Fairy Creek  235.38
60. Little Fairy Creek  174.32
68. Rock Creek   135.44
71. Brule Creek   418.65
85. Flathead    178.40
Carried forward       $8,800.38 $174,195.75 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 69
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,800.38 $174,195.75
Reg. No.
111. Lizard  Creek   134.92
144. Bryant's   114.95
Bridge material  848.38
Sundry bridges (units under $100)  562.84
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance       10,461.47
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Trans-Provincial Highway        $1,514.84
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways        1,514.84
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
S.V. 60. LaPlant-Choate snow-plough, with wings, complete      $6,419.60
Total,  Vote  156—Traffic  Operation         6,419.60
Total expenditure, Fernie District  $192,591.66
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads      $18,958.79
Bridges  *         7,866.39
Equipment-sheds          3,479.33
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $30,304.51
(F.)   Direct Relief  $103,639.31
(G.)  Non-contributory   6,987.82
(H.)   Supervision   3,016.06
(J.)  Public Health  _. __:  8,670.47
$122,313.66
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $152,618.17
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
142. Bendixon   $558.30
25. Cariboo  8,473.27
147. Cumming   687.20
106. Fort George-Yellowhead   3,970.97
26. Fort George-Hazelton   4,040.49
24. Fort George-Chief Lake  1,816.65
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre  470.93
32. Goose Country   270.40
124. Miworth   (west)     105.80
111. Mount Robson    151.30
50. McBride-Cariboo   133.40
58. Ness Lake  254.80
141. Pooley   521.10
Material    1,226.59
Plant and tools  5,400.37
Supervision—
Office   5,617.73
Auto   518.47
Snow-removal :  2,033.20
Sundry roads (units under $100)   482.06
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.       36,733.03
Carried forward  $189,351.20 T 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward _                - 	
i
$189,351.20
Reg
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
No.
11-Mile Fill _     _          __     __    -   	
$1,944.66
632.53
111.00
566.47
414.98
322.53
121.37
1,600.07
671.81
355.50
286.27
650.72
56
Hudson Bay Slough         __          _    -
89
Nechako       _                _      -             - _        	
147
Red Rock           __    ■     ■    __      	
105.
.
191
Stone Creek      .            _ „ _ „     	
679.
Swede Creek           „ _ _      __ _ _
151
30-Mile                                            	
153.
35-Mile                                       _        	
148
21-Mile                                       _         -    ___   	
149.
22-Mile   __    _._   .__   	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)      	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance	
7,677.91
1?
Vote 156—Ferries:   Maintenance.
Croydon _     _ __   _____    __        __       _.       ..
$456.62
1,438.66
1,287.77
971.01
q
3
Indian Reserve                                  __ _       _ _       .
10
Shelley                           .._    __      .   	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries:   Maintenance  	
4,154.06
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
Traffic operation    —     _     ___     _     . _ ~     	
$2,696.35
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation ...   	
2,696.35
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Skaret Creek Trail       _     _____       __   ____ .                   ■,    '
$49.60
s, etc	
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trail
Total expenditure, Fort George District  	
49.60
$203,929.12
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT  (PEACE RIVER SECTION).
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads      $16,255.33
Equipment-sheds          1,267.48
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $17,522.81
(F.)  Direct Relief  $74,549.23
(G.)  Non-contributory   5,111.35
(H.)  Supervision  4,706.57
(J.)  Public Health   6,794.02
$91,161.17
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $108,683.98
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Rolla-Pouce Coupe  $705.00
Pouce Coupe District  860.00
Rolla District  558.00
Dawson Creek District  702.90
Carried forward      $2,825.90 $108,683.98 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 71
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT   (PEACE RIVER SECTION)— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward.
Fort St. John District ...
Rolla (south) 	
Rolla (west)
Kilkerran District	
Fort'St. John-Taylor
Progress-Sunset 	
Dawson Creek-Rolla __
Cutbank-Taylor
Taylor District (south)
Tupper District 	
Sweetwater District	
Fort St. John-Hudson Hope
Arras District	
Pouce Coupe-Gundy 	
Swan Lake (north) 	
Pouce Coupe (east) 	
Riverside-Pouce Coupe
Pouce Coupe-Dawson ...
Rolla Landing
Fort St. John Townsite	
Fort St. John-Montney	
Fort St. John-Charlie Lake .
Stoddart-Montney	
Hay's 	
Tupper	
Progress-Groundbirch	
Arras-Progress
Dawson Creek Townsite
Dawson-Sweetwater 	
Spring Creek-Cutbank __
Montney (north) 	
Baldonnel (east) 	
Plant and tools .
Sundry roads (units under $100)
$2,825.90 $108,683.98
1,555.10
442.12
251.88
356.00
565.00
568.00
216.25
527.12
249.63
351.60
252.35
416.05
450.16
500.00
250.15
583.25
203.00
685.00
231.24
162.37
504.04
418.13
288.12
418.08
419.30
600.00
184.00
420.00
417.00
236.00
167.00
189.26
2,249.21
1,466.64
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       19,618.95
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Beatton River
High Level 	
Birley
Old and New Dawson
8-Mile
Kirkpatrick
Flavell
Taylor Ferry Hill
Kiskatinaw 	
Coal Creek	
Doe River	
Phillips 	
Little	
Mowick
Charlie Lake .
Michaud 	
6-Mile	
Burroughs	
Saskatoon 	
Allen's Coulee
Indian
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance
Carried forward	
$226.19
1,806.77
948.76
629.32
539.66
549.31
622.10
302.36
177.98
781.99
264.71
600.00
301.35
275.00
146.13
400.00
437.93
400.00
1,800.00
200.00
600.00
2,139.13
14,148.69
$142,451.62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT  (PEACE RIVER SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward ._.,  $142,451.62
Vote 156—Ferries:   Maintenance.
Hudson Hope  $412.57
Halfway   433.17
East Pine  522.44
Taylor Flats  7,127.19
Total, Vote 156—Ferries:   Maintenance   .     8,495.37
Total expenditure, Fort George District (Peace River Section)  $150,946.99
Total expenditure, Fort George District— $354,876.11
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):
Trails to Mineral Areas.
Highland Lass Road         $652.50
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas  $652.50
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $17,981.71
Bridges   2,856.79
Mining-roads   475.00
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $21,313.50
(F.)  Direct Relief  $27,336.71
(G.)  Non-contributory  2,049.57
(H.)   Supervision   457.90
(J.)  Public Health   2,087.75
$31,931.93
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund .       53,245.43
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa   $9,288.06
12. Carmi-McCullough  140.00
14. Cascade—Laurier  108.04
15. Cascade-Paulson   103.00
30. Grand Forks-Franklin  658.90
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek  207.22
33. Greenwood-Phoenix  157.50
43. Kettle River (main)   794.54
44. Kettle River (west)  ..  1,232.56
54. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain  126.65
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster  191.75
65. Rock Mountain-Bridesville  141.00
68. Southerland Creek _■_  115.80
72. Vernon-Edgewood   119.33
73. Wallace Mountain  656.25
43r. Arterial Highway   75.00
44r. Arterial Highway   185.60
Sundry roads (units under $100)   962.50
Supervision (Foreman's wages and expenses)   2,161.78
Essex Sedan A-73 (gasoline, oil, etc.)   441.43
Ford Sedan A-3 (purchase, gasoline, oil)  981.05
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)  3,183.84
Material  3.10
Carried forward     $22,034.90    $53,897.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 73
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $22,034.90    $53,897.93
Administration and office supplies         1,420.41
Snow-removal         1,492.68
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      24,947.99
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified.
Reg. No.
22. Caron   $111.95
23. Carson   770.81
24. Cascade (lower)   (shear-boom)   212.05
24. Cascade (lower)   621.36
30. Cooper   106.24
45. Floyd's _  187.38
Greenwood Freight-shed  166.94
31. Hardy   333.70
Hood  142.35
Mill   411.10
77. McRae   221.20
9-Mile  951.59
124. Overhead  _._  176.58
118. White Cabin   207.00
121. Williamson (lower)      __ 623.23
Sundry bridges (units under $100)   1,372.11
Bridges generally   273.60
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified         6,889.19
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Baldy Creek .  $75.00
Bay Mines  50.00
Camp McKinney  299.15
Carmi Mine-Butcher Boy  140.00
Conkle Lake-Old Camp McKinney  300.00
C.O.D. Group   200.00
Dictator Gold Mines   500.00
Dynamo  150.00
Franklin Creek   25.00
Golconda  25.00
Imperial Group   150.00
Little Joe-Crystal Butte : _._  100.00
Winner Group  75.00
Union Mine-Dentonia Mine   391.97
Yankee Boy .'.  298.97
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,780.09
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District      $88,515.20
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):
Flood Damage.
107. Beaver Point  $208.80
106. Beddis   329.87
55. Cook  :  149.90
113. Cranberry  .  292.27
116. Divide   289.03
14. East Saanich  376.81
135. Main North End .  136.45
58. Main North End  334.70
22. West Saanich   475.95
Sundry roads (units under $100)  891.25
Total, Capital Account—Flood Damage      $3,485.03
Carried forward      $3,485.03 T 74
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads
(P.)
(G.)
(H.)
(J.)
Direct Relief	
Non-contributory
Supervision 	
Public Health 	
Reg. No.
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
186.
4.
26.
107.
106.
6.
90.
113.
94.
116.
118.
14.
36.
121.
124.
18.
57.
58.
71.
135.
72.
143.
165.
152.
22.
Bazan Bay ___.
Beacon 	
Beaufort	
Beaver Point.
Beddis 	
Birch 	
Boulder	
Cranberry _.__.
Deep Bay	
Divide	
Duke's	
East Saanich
Fifth	
Ganges (lower) .
Hill-Brantford ...
Madrona Drive ...
Main South End .
Main North End .
Main	
North End 	
Point Comfort	
Scott	
Village Bay	
Walker Hook
West Saanich 	
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Auto Account	
Plant and tools	
Supervision	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified.
23. Defty
Sundry bridges (units under $100)  .	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified
Vote 156—Ferries.
Fulford Harbour-Swartz Bay	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
116. Divide 	
14. East Saanich ____
121. Ganges (lower)
$7,602.64
$24,300.33
982.28
51.02
1,489.00
$26,822.63
$109.18
183.92
144.00
402.44
152.73
109.40
125.91
300.28
128.15
976.17
166.30
478.24
270.85
103.82
141.60
106.75
270.88
332.71
150.24
277.71
153.95
121.10
157.11
106.88
243.00
2,739.53
50.08
474.33
1,490.00
$159.85
140.15
$7,000.00
$775.15
110.40
193.35
$3,485.03
34,425.27
10,467.26
300.00
7,000.00
Carried forward       $1,078.90    $55,677.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 75
ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,078.90    $55,677.56
Reg. No.
30. Queen's Avenue   102.44
157. Swartz Bay  342.42
22. West Saanich  190.41
Sundry roads (units under $100)   167.51
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways         1,881.68
Total expenditure, Islands District      $57,559.24
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):
Bridges.
65. Barriere     $37,770.56
Total, Capital Account—Bridges     $37,770.56
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $17,607.47
Bridges   1,390.25
Mining-roads  2,488.13
Machinery  9,469.03
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $30,954.88
(F.)  Direct Relief   $59,448.59
(G.)  Non-contributory  4,249.57
(H.)   Supervision .  8,774.03
(J.)    Public Health  10,455.85
(L.A.)   Physically Unfit Men   8,665.98
(L.B.)  Physically Unfit Men   880.48
$92,474.50
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund :     123,429.38
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Adams Lake   $264.56
8. North Thompson Highway  7,174.69
10. Birch Island-Lost Creek   160.68
17. Cold Creek   104.40
21. Clearwater   358.20
23. Deadman Creek (Savona-Vidette)    1,705.22
26. Fruitlands   1,284.08
40. Kamloops-Merritt   570.43
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek  1,548.95
43. Kamloops-Tranquille   178.00
44. Knouff Lake   257.60
48. Long Lake  299.23
49. Louis Creek  789.66
52. Dunn Lake  1,418.65
53. Kamloops-Barriere   675.64
57. Paul Lake   108.20
58. Rose Hill (old)    170.20
59. Rose Hill (new)   255.50
61. Sullivan Valley  125.49
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek   193.30
76. Smith-McLeod   163.10
Carried forward ,     $17,805.78 $161,199.94 T 76 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $17,805.78 $161,199.94
Sundry roads (units under $100)  954.13
Camp equipment   217.04
Plant and tools  6,325.98
Supervision—
General Foreman   1,973.18
Travelling and auto  773.66
Stenographer  65.00
Office expenses  686.86
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       28,801.63
t,      No Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
4. Barriere River (main bridge) .  $102.43
5. Barriere River Forks .  362.60
14. Candle Creek   174.20
28. Criss Creek, No. 2  228.88
31. Deadman, No. 1   147.68
32. Deadman, No. 2   155.78
39. Eakens, No. 2  246.02
46. Homestake     158.69
49. Kamloops  (east)    255.00
50. Kamloops (west)   350.04
60. Louis Creek, No. 1  679.57
65. Barriere  427.79
66. Peterson Creek  243.51
126. Sweedall     203.05
Bridges generally (protection during high water)  348.20
Sundry bridges  (units under $100)  99.70
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance .         4,183.14
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Vinsulla  $777.72
2. Black Pines   80.00
3. McLure    821.20
4. Chinook Cove   780.44
5. Mount Olie   942.41
6. Black Pool  961.57
7. Birch Island   803.76
8. Vavenby   834.80
9. Avola   406.55
Total, Vote 156—Ferries         6,408.45
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Road to Gypsum Deposit, Louis Creek  $21.20
Road from Chu Chua to Windpass  35.20
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  56.40
Total expenditure, Kamloops District  $200,649.56
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (KASLO SECTION).
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads        $7,999.50
Bridges         1,096.38
Mining-roads   300.00
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013       $9,395.88
Carried forward       $9,395.88 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 77
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (KASLO SECTION)— Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward	
       $9,395.88
 j     $92,472.83
IMMMMMMM    ~ 156.90
  221.90
$92,845.63
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $102,241.51
(F.)  Direct Relief 	
(G.) Non-contributory (see Slocan Section).
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)   Public Health	
Vote 156-
Reg. No.
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
24. Beaton-Camborne
96. Ferguson 	
136. Houston 	
137. Howser-Argenta _
139. Howser Station
165. Kaslo-New Denver 	
167. Kaslo Creek (South Fork).
168. Kaslo (north) 	
217. Nelson-Kaslo  	
299. Trout Lake 	
666. Poplar Creek
749. Woodbury Creek (North Fork)	
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Plant and tools	
Truck Account 	
Supervision—General Foreman, etc. 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc...
Vote 156—Bridges':  Maintenance.
43. Bjerkness Creek .
65. Canal	
66. Canning 	
227. Florida	
581. Woodbury Creek 	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance_
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Ferguson 	
Jackson  	
Utica
96.
155.
304.
439.
456.
484. Duncan River  (west).
594. Lardeau River (North Fork).
747. Winslow
Bear Creek .—
Canyon Creek
Sundry roads and trails (units under $100).
$201.45
320.32
157.50
326.09
301.46
1,569.14
128.55
216.75
2,127.13
205.55
138.70
112.25
948.68
315.59
624.64
1,303.33
$149.95
250.00
622.00
248.95
100.00
50.00
$149.73
200.00
503.77
125.00
250.00
100.00
200.00
294.95
150.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Kaslo Section)	
8,997.13
1,420.90
1,973.45
$114,632.99
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (SLOCAN SECTION).
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads  	
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Carried forward	
$16,603.16
5,255.01
688.45
$22,546.62
$22,546.62 T 78
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward	
(F.)  Direct Relief (see Kaslo Section).
(G.)   Non-contributory	
(J.)   Public Health 	
$22,546.62
$11,282.03
5,947.00
$17,229.03
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Arrowhead (west) 	
Arrow Park-Belleview	
Beaton-Camborne 	
Beaton-Trout Lake	
Columbia River	
Dog Creek	
Deer Park-Syringa	
Edgewood-Vernon	
Edgewood-Needles   	
Galena Bay (south)	
Hall's Landing (south)	
Kaslo-New Denver 	
L.H.  	
Lightning Peak
Roads,
Nakusp-Rosebery 	
Needles-Fire Valley 	
New Denver Canyon	
New Denver-Rosebery
New Denver-Silverton
Renata  (north)  	
Sandon-Three Forks ...
Slocan-Silverton 	
Slocan  (east)  _.
Slocan (west)
Sundry roads (units under $100).
Plant and tools	
Janitor and office supplies	
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses	
Car 	
Clerk's salary
Stenographer's salary
Trails.
Corinth 	
Sundry trails (units under $100) _
Snow-removal 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc...
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Beaton-Camborne, No.
Beaton-Camborne, No.
Beaton-Camborne, No.
Beaton-Camborne, No.
Fish River, No. 3 _..
Hardy's
Columbia River, No. 26_.
Little Slocan ._.
Silverton
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance..
Carried forward	
$466.39
230.70
812.75
507.45
5,416.41
122.62
140.63
1,333.67
427.30
295.25
510.35
792.84
612.84
378.64
1,942.67
207.79
390.86
302.96
2,763.06
120.95
589.92
2,806.17
3,192.84
870.11
657.20
566.25
649.23
2,553.70
1,565.70
864.00
388.80
179.30
49.35
64.05
$475.95
475.95
864.72
475.95
102.95
291.55
417.04
150.00
126.67
544.60
39,775.65
32,772.75
3,925.38
$76,473.78 X
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 79
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
Brought forward     $76,473.78
Vote 156—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)       $2,018.55
Needles-Fauquier         4,859.07
Arrowhead-Beaton          7,000.00
Total, Vote 156—Ferries       13,877.62
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Bluebird Trail to Grey Copper Mine .. $24.80
Lightning Peak     500.00
L.H. Mine   200.00
Trail to McLeod Group  24.80
Silversmith   249.20
Springer Creek  49.90
Upper Springer Creek   24.85
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        1,073.55
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan  (Slocan Section)     $91,424.95
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District... $206,057.94
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads  .1     $27,679.19
Bridges            3,372.49
Mining-roads   908.75
Equipment-sheds          1,259.99
Machinery          7,379.11
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $40,599.53
(F.) Direct Relief   $10,782.21
(G.) Non-contributory   7,956.47
(H.) Supervision  1,047.80
(J.) Public Health  680.65
$20,467.13
Total,  Unemployment  Relief   Fund     $61,066.66
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No. Roads.
1. Trans-Canada Highway (Spences Bridge-Cache Creek)  $1,012.19
10. Cariboo Main   1,251.52
12a. Lytton-Lillooet  2,432.39
12b. Lillooet-Clinton   748.77
28. Big Bar Mountain  119.65
36. Bridge  River   9,316.15
38. Butte Ranch   130.92
93. Hat Creek  164.60
111. Jones-Dickey  262.95
118. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   384.55
125. Lillooet-Seton Lake   167.86
137. Marble Canyon .  378.71
155. North Fork  672.87
165. Pemberton Meadows  845.00
166. Pemberton Portage   610.06
Squamish dykes   919.76
Carried forward     $19,417.95    $61,066.66 T 80
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
Reg
184-
193.
199.
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Roads—Continued.
Brought forward	
No.
•92. Squamish streets
Squamish Valley 	
Tyaxon 	
Trails.
415. Bridge River Forks
Sundry roads and trails (units under $100)
Camp equipment 	
Plant and tools 	
Supervision	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
2.
45.
60.
108.
128.
164.
165.
170.
254.
259.
261.
291.
292.
49.
126.
Alkali __
Cache Creek, No. 1
Coal Creek __.
Gorge
Hat Creek, No. 8 ___.
Lillooet Station	
Lillooet Suspension
;on	
Lytto
6-Mile 	
South Fork	
Stony Creek	
Ward's Ferry 	
Washout (Mamquam)  	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 156—Ferries.
Big Bar __
High Bar
Pavilion __
Lytton
Crown Mountain
Pemberton	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Clinton streets .
Lillooet streets
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
36. Bridge River Road
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation
$19,417.95    $61,066.66
305.49
1,197.84
159.00
100.80
738.82
238.74
5,077.46
6,608.42
46.
97.
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
.Roads.
Cayoosh Creek 	
Hurley River	
Carried forward
$173.66
299.02
173.50
125.15
107.42
222.72
1,882.51
1,470.74
346.35
167.20
382.34
367.31
666.65
470.42
$921.65
915.10
926.26
1,090.26
90.00
19.86
$33.88
46.80
$675.50
$180.80
289.65
33,844.52
6,784.99
3,963.13
80.68
675.50
$470.45 $106,415.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 81
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $470.45 $106,415.48
Trails.
Reg. No.
406. Ashloo Creek  250.00
412. Blackwater _'.  64.40
428. D'Arcy-Duffy Lake  149.80
439. Gun Creek  249.20
445. Squamish-Indian River   150.00
483. Noel Creek  140.00
491. Pemberton-Tenquille   246.80
509. Tenquille Creek  149.65
511. Tyaughton Creek  650.00
Butte and Standard Mines   500.00
P.E. Gold Claims   500.00
Pemberton-Bridge River   909.60
Ray Creek  49.70
Watson Bar  40.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        4,519.60
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  $110,935.08
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH AND SOUTH).
Unemployment Relief Fund.
,    Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads  ,     $12,052.41
Mining-roads  599.55
Machinery         2,923.37
Bituminous surfacing  81.29
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $15,656.62
(F.)  Direct Relief   $49,793.75
(G.)  Non-contributory  15,163.23
(H.)   Supervision   617.21
(J.)  Public Health  1,152.36
$66,726.55
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund      $82,383.17
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (North and South)     $82,383.17
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):
Flood Damage.
9. Bella Coola Road  $409.10
102. Main (Lasqueti)   124.36
111. Lund __  643.18
115. Westview   386.93
134. Cranberry Lake  110.54
137. Thunder Bay  675.90
200. Dixon   114.50
157. Thunder Bay Bridge  64.00
Sundry bridges  36.00
Bella Coola River Protection _■_  13,031.07
Bella Coola River Protection  111.29
Plant and tools  32.50
Sundry roads (units under $100)   405.01
Total, Capital Account—Flood Damage      $16,144.38
Carried forward    $16,144.38 T 82
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
MACKENZIE  DISTRICT   (NORTH)—Continued.
Brought forward	
$16,144.38
Reg. No.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Bella Coola 	
Lake  (Lasqueti)
Main (Lasqueti)
Lund  —
Westview 	
9.
101.
102.
111.
115.
134. Cranberry Lake ._
137. Thunder Bay 	
148. Manson 	
168. Scotch Fir Point ___
175. Central (Texada)
228. Anderson	
Snow-removal
Bella Coola River Protection _.
Bella Coola Ferries
Thorsen Creek Bridge Protection
Administration
Materials and supplies	
Patching hard-surfacing ._.
Plant and tools 	
Supervision __.
Trucks, etc.
Sundry roads (units under $100)
$1,374.56
131.51
282.34
674.07
118.21
284.18
1,220.32
213.45
129.26
215.74
551.16
158.03
261.28
111.30
200.00
366.72
71.45
125.13
878.13
2,756.51
513.83
1,156.39
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       11,793.57
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Bella Coola River Protection
60. Sakumtha	
120. Manson 	
156. Wolfson Creek 	
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Lund	
$117.50
157.40
751.65
2,032.77
630.57
111
134. Cranberry 	
137. Thunder Bay	
148. Manson Highway
234. First Street 	
235. Second Street	
236. Poplar Avenue	
237. Ocean View Avenue
$77.76
74.11
88.99
3.55
3.55
1.35
3.55
14.27
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways 	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
63. Sakumtha Pass Trail     ....     .
233. Nancy Bell 	
$50.00
350.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (North) 	
3,689.89
267.13
400.00
$32,294.97
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Flood Damage..
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
275. Bridgeman 	
281. Gibson-Sechelt 	
$201.43
816.61
Carried forward      $1,018.04
$643.27
$643.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 83
MACKENZIE  DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward
Reg. No.
293. Mason 	
295. North 	
302. Roberts Creek	
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour
Sundry roads (units under $100) 	
General Foreman's office and expenses..
Automobile A-54 	
Launch V-33 	
Plant and tools 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified.
272. Bowden 	
Haslam Creek
297. Olson
Sandy Creek
317. Wyron
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified _...
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Britain River Trail
$1,018.04
149.75
100.23
141.74
777.36
705.91
821.34
50.94
145.03
527.84
$179.92
602.91
129.12
605.76
114.15
465.46
$200.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc._
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (South) 	
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District..— $122,056.91
$643.27
4,438.18
2,097.32
200.00
$7,378.77
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6):
Roads.
57. Creston-Kuskonook
Total, Capital Account—Roads	
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads   —
E quipment-sheds
Machinery	
$2,885.00
$23,995.51
5,270.73
1,498.12
375.74
9,803.08
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $40,943.18
(F.)  Direct Relief 	
(G.)  Non-contributory
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)   Public Health _____
$104,042.74
69,306.61
5,332.17
10,389.30
$189,070.82
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
Carried forward	
$2,885.00
230,014.00
$232,899.00 T 84
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward .
Vote 156-
Reg. No.
23. Blue Bell __
42. Canyon-Porthill	
52. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek
54. Creston-Erickson 	
55. Creston-Goatfell 	
57. Creston-Kuskonook	
58. Creston-Lister 	
59. Creston-Porthill 	
61. Creston (west) 	
76. "
101.
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
East Robson (north) _
Granite (upper) 	
Gray Creek-Pilot Bay
111. Harrop-Procter 	
116. Hood	
136. Kuskonook-Gray Creek _
172. Nelson-Balfour	
173. Nelson-Castlegar	
174. Nelson-Nelway 	
188. Porcupine Creek 	
196. Queens Bay-Ainsworth
197. Queens Bay-Balfour	
216. Salmo-Trail  	
217. Salmon River 	
219. Second Relief 	
220. Sheep Creek 	
226. Slocan River	
227
239
South Nelson streets
Tooze 	
275. Ymir-Wilcox
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Surveys 	
Plant and tools	
Supervision	
$232,899.00
$167.90
194.25
646.56
265.70
2,840.34
1,934.61
141.98
1,703.95
355.48
331.69
310.14
394.10
594.65
103.40
621.54
4,077.20
5,232.03
4,238.01
383.06
117.11
697.83
504.20
113.40
435.97
672.49
948.44
120.61
106.72
108.64
1,275.71
754.75
5,600.21
8,786.68
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
44,779.35
Vote 156—Bridges :   Maintenance—Unclassified.
13. Bridal Vale 	
33. Creston-Porthill, No. 1
34. Creston-Porthill, No. 2
35. Creston-PSrthill, No. 3
148. Nelson-Balfour, No. 5 _.
162. Nelson-Nelway, No. 4 _
163. Nelson-Nelway, No. 5 ._
215. Ross-Parks 	
230-6. Second Relief bridges
250. Silver King, No. 5
251. Silver King, No. 6
Sundry bridges (units under $100)
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified..
$116.98
175.02
249.98
232.76
884.42
422.94
107.03
150.50
830.07
112.10
144.82
562.75
3,989.37
Vote 156—Ferries.
Kootenay Lake	
Nelson 	
Harrop-Longbeach
Kootenay River	
Slocan River	
$17,040.18
15,138.86
6,248.69
3,671.98
79.20
Total, Vote 156—Ferries
Carried forward	
42,178.91
$323,846.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 85
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$323,846.63
Reg. No.
45r. Canyon	
55. Creston-Goatfell  	
57. Creston-Kuskonook
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways,
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
Plant and tools	
$529.89
3,243.83
101.00
$5,299.40
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation..
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Yankee Girl Mine	
Porcupine Creek	
Alice Mine	
Sitkum Creek Trail	
Good Hope Property _.
Summit Creek Trail _.
Golden Eagle Trail ....
Royal Canadian Mine..
Hall Creek.
Black Rock Group
Ore Hill Trail	
Porto Rico Mine	
Reno Gold Belt ______
Wilcox Mine 	
Second Relief Mine 	
Cultus Canyon Creek Road and Trunk Trail
Tamarac Trail 	
Wild Horse Creek  	
Goodenough Mine	
Goat Creek Trail	
Granite Poorman-Alma N. 	
Athabasca Mine	
Midge Creek Trail 	
Ymir-Two Star Mine	
Myrtle 	
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc...
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District .	
3,874.72
5,299.40
$100.00
202.78
99.40
100.00
100.00
199.20
100.00
30.00
222.00
500.00
6.40
150.00
499.88
75.00
425.00
499.50
33.60
50.00
300.00
100.00
100.00
200.00
50.00
339.16
41.20
4,523.12
$337,543.87
Roads
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
       $4,251.81
  $2,720.08
  7,733.71
  3,249.33
  220.50
$13,923.62
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund _     $18,175.43
(F.) Direct Relief	
(G.) Non-contributory
(H.) Supervision   	
(J.) Public Health ._.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Streets in District Lot 172..
Approach, New Westminster Bridge.
Plant and tools	
$421.28
446.35
49.08
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc..
Carried forward	
916.71
$19,092.14 T 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $19,092.14
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
New Westminster Bridge  $65.58
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance  65.58
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Approach to New Westminster Bridge  $6.47
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways  6.47
Total expenditure, New Westminster District     $19,164.19
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads      $19,159.72
Mining-roads  175.00
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $19,334.72
(F.)   Direct Relief  $25,063.39
(G.)  Non-contributory   10,221.05
(H.)   Supervision   4,104.76
(J.)   Public Health  2,300.80
$41,690.00
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund     $61,024.72
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
r,      _.- Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No. '
30. Commonage     $172.01
31. Creighton Valley   242.21
34. Deep Creek   334.76
220. Davy  200.18
78. Eagle Pass  1,228.26
39. Enderby-Grindrod  235.67
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake  659.56
65. Kamloops-Vernon   540.78
66. Kedleston  150.74
68. Kelowna-Vernon   2,642.90
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake  706.28
219. Lawrence   (upper)     182.52
76. Mallory   158.78
100. Oyama  .  423.74
97. Okanagan Landing   192.23
121. Shuswap River  105.48
126. Squaw Valley  184.34
130. Trinity Valley  161.82
88. Vernon-Edgewood  1,812.02      x
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm  3,132.00
138. Westside  916.14
$14,382.42
Highways, Arterial.
34r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Armstrong)  $250.90
62r. Vernon-Kamloops (Spallumcheen Municipality)  188.39
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (Spallumcheen Municipality)  1,495.17
■  . . $1,934.46
Carried forward       $1,934.46    $61,024.72 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 87
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,934.46    $61,024.72
Reg. No. Highways, Primary.
52a. Vernon-Edgewood (Coldstream Municipality)   $533.18
Refund, Coldstream Municipality, 1933-34   396.65
$136.53
Highways, Secondary.
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River  (Spallumcheen Municipality)         $244.04
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)  . 40.04
$284.08
Sundry roads (units under $100)  $1,736.29
Supervision—
Salaries   2,603.05
Automobile and travelling expenses  1,102.90
Plant, tools, and equipment  1,776.89
Traffic operation and snow-removal  811.11
$8,030.24
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      24,767.73
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
1. Abbott   $211.85
4. Aummond   160.58
14. Butters   139.46
11. Brash   151.32
41. Fortune     221.54
75. Long Lake  527.13
154. Swift   325.25
118. Smith     116.00
124. Sullivan Creek   142.13
156. Tyrer   334.75
Sundry bridges (units under $100)  326.64
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance        2,656.65
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
307. South Fork, Cherry Creek  $49.84
309. Beverley-Peggy     53.45
308. LeRoy and Otogan  50.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  153.29
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District     $88,602.39
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads       $4,995.66
(F.)  Direct Relief       $1,573.80
(G.)  Non-contributory  464.10
(J.)   Public Health        1,973.40
$4,011.30
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund      $9,006.96
Carried forward      $9,006.96 T 88
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Bowen Island Trunk  ...
9. Miller 	
Roads,
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
General Foreman's office and expenses
Launch 	
Plant and tools	
$161.49
173.01
450.14
321.03
19.60
35.39
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       $1,160.66
$9,006.96
Vote 156—Classified Highways.
Marine Drive (Primary 66a)	
Marine Drive (Primary 67a)	
Dollarton Highway  (Primary 73a)	
Total, Vote 156—Classfied Highways	
Total, Vote 156—Roads	
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified.
2. Capilano 	
3. Rogers Creek	
11. Caulfeild Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified-
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District	
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) ■
Trails to Mineral Areas.
Fort St. James-Finlay Forks	
Total, Capital Account—Trails to Mineral Areas
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads —
Bridges
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health	
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
200. Burns Lake-Babine 	
21. Colleymount	
39. Fort George-Hazelton	
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa	
Carried forward
$65.07
757.25
795.89
$1,618.21
$1,530.63
102.53
2,098.18
370.94
$496.64
$19,563.20
4,411.19
$23,974.39
$61,272.13
5,401.01
1,414.81
4,599.70
$72,687.65
$146.28
227.02
7,922.51
2,566.54
300.03
2,778.87
4,102.28
$15,888.11
$496.64
96,662.04
$11,162.38    $97,158.68 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 89
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward .....  $11,162.38    $97,158.68
Reg. No.
182. Loop Road  145.93
Material Account .  1,131.15
80. North Francois Lake  436.68
Plant   2,555.90
19. Rose Lake Cut-off  257.24
202. Telkwa Coal Road  409.87
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake  2,085.22
127. Vanderhoof (west)   489.09
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner  258.92
90. Wistaria-Houston   115.60
Snow-removal   3,324.17
Supervision and office expenses  4,427.36
Supervision, auto  708.29
Sundry roads (units under $100)   1,145.36
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      28,653.16
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified.
536. Aveling Coal Road   $1,000.00
7. Bulkley River  1,131.90
Conrad Bridges, Nos. 1 and 2  609.87
22. Deep Creek   146.76
Fort St. James-Manson Creek  1,047.50
56. McEvoy   159.50
221. 4-Mile Creek  123.53
102. Pine Creek  252.90
97. Quick   1,762.98
490. Rose Lake   109.60
85. Savory   233.83
115. Stony Creek   314.75
130. Swanson   297.25
132. Stuart River, No. 1   351.00
184. Twenty-four   125.00
23. Tintagle  120.09
126. Turcotte     680.09
101. Telkwa River   204.80
Sundry bridges (units under $100)   915.75
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified          9,587.10
Vote 156—Ferries.
1. Francois Lake  $6,984.51
2. Fort Fraser   1,052.12
3. Braeside   908.81
4. Hulatt __._  326.35
5. Finmoore  1,062.66
6. Takla Lake   266.25
Total, Vote 156—Ferries        10,600.70
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail from Takla Landing to Vital and Tom Creeks _ $448.00
Trail from Houston to Peacock Creek  25.00
Trail to Jack Rabbit (Topley)  25.00
Dome Mountain, Telkwa  499.80
Ingenika Trail   150.00
Trail to Hidden Group, Fort Fraser  50.40
Hazelton-Manson Creek  200.00
Trail to Stella Group, Endako  50.00
Trail to Hunter Basin   25.00
Fall River Trail   48.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        1,521.20
Total expenditure, Omineca District   $147,520.84 T 90
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Mining-roads
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)  Non-contributory
(H.)   Supervision
(J.)  Public Health
$28,762.48
198.60
$28,961.08
$18,652.60
2,519.10
372.10
622.00
$22,165.80
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Cow Bay Crossing, No. 3	
Masset-Tow Hill, No. 5	
Dunroe's, No. 8	
North Trans-Provincial, No. 9 	
North Trans-Provincial Survey 	
Old Masset-New Masset, No. 16 	
Port Clements-Tlell, No. 18 	
Sandspit-Copper Bay, No. 23 	
Skidegate-Tlell, No. 24
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate, No. 25
Court-house approaches, No. 35 	
Port Simpson streets	
Masset streets 	
Kumdis Island, No. 121 	
Yakoun River, -No. 134	
Mount Oldfield, No. 143	
Plant and tools, Prince Rupert	
Plant and tools, Queen Charlotte Islands
Sundry roads (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Delkatla, No. 4	
Sundry bridges, Graham Island (south)
Barge Creek, No. 69 _.
Oona River, No. 20
Sundry bridges (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance
$197.25
1,268.94
353.52
1,722.36
228.74
275.80
673.30
191.83
584.19
229.05
174.50
226.80
520.40
192.15
221.80
267.60
2,672.96
1,262.01
349.90
$9,234.76
2,972.25
212.35
225.20
11.20
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Cumshewa Trail	
$239.05
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Vote 156—Wharves.
Prince Rupert (toll receipts) 	
Prince Rupert  (maintenance)    $7,439.10
Cow Bay Launch Harbour         497.85
$9,631.64
7,936.95
Total, Vote 156—Wharves (credit balance)
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District _
$51,126.88
11,613.10
12,655.76
239.05
$75,634.79
1,694.69
$73,940.10 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 91
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Machinery
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)  Non-contributory ..
(H.)  Supervision
(J.)  Public Health
$15,863.31
3,070.65
3,101.34
$22,035.30
$13,373.63
44,348.37
795.75
1,589.39
$60,107.14
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
15. Cranberry Creek 	
70. Power-house 	
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead 	
72. Revelstoke  (east)   	
73. Revelstoke (south)
Roads,
74. Revelstoke (west)   (No. 1b, Trans-Canada)
Sundry roads and trails (units under $100)
Supervision—Salaries and expenses 	
General Foreman's salary	
Plant and tools 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
19. Big Bend	
103. Revelstoke (west) 	
148. Big Bend
151. Big Bend
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 156—Ferries.
2. Goldstream 	
3. Hall's Landing	
4. 12-Mile	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries .	
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
Snow-plough 	
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation 	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
A. & E. Group Mining Trail	
Carnes Creek Trunk Trail
Goldstream-French Creek Trail
Keystone Trail
LaForme Creek Trail _
McCulloch Creek Trail
$2,258.22
215.25
170.68
232.89
458.99
673.62
171.84
4,490.27
295.34
8,031.20
$287.90
152.86
383.76
948.92
323.83
$200.00
6,238.79
2,814.86
$2,642.79
$100.00
194.00
61.60
50.00
99.90
74.80
$82,142.44
16,998.30
2,097.27
9,253.65
2,642.79
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  580.30
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District   $113,714.75 T 92
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads
Machinery	
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
(F.)   Direct Relief 	
(G.)   Non-contributory .
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health __
$13,987.60
8,876.80
699.96
8,116.36
$31,680.72
$6,167.35
21,504.69
21.33
453.50
$28,146.87
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
p     N Trails, and Streets.
10. Castlegar-Trail 	
51. Rossland-Cascade 	
53. Rossland-Paterson 	
57. Schofield Highway 	
67. Trail-Pend d'Oreille	
69. Trail-Salmo
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Plant and tools 	
Administration	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.	
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance—Unclassified.
1. Columbia River (at Trail)
2. Castlegar-Trail, No. 2
3. Castlegar-Trail, No. 3
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Unclassified
Vote 156—Ferries.
Castlegar	
Total, Vote 156—Ferries 	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
$2,603.81
1,974.46
855.46
1,105.00
1,444.24
158.64
302.71
1,834.02
2,887.13
$1,608.28
208.38
110.00
215.85
$7,871.38
10. Castlegar-Trail .	
57. Schofield Highway
$5,461.21
1,290.96
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways 	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Road from Trail to Waneta on west side	
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District 	
$50.00
Capital Account-
Colquitz River	
30r. East Saanich Road_.
SAANICH DISTRICT.
: B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):
Flood Damage.
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Total, Capital Account—Flood Damage-
Carried forward	
$1,342.01
188.61
53.40
$59,827.59
13,165.47
2,142.51
7,871.38
6,752.17
50.00
$89,809.12
$1,584.02
$1,584.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
SAANICH DISTRICT—Confirmed.
Brought forward	
Roads
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
(J.)   Public Health
(H.)  Supervision.—.
$3,904.13
$16.50
1.20
$17.70
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
30r. East Saanich	
7. Helmcken   	
28R. Island Highway .	
29r. Saanich and Quadra	
52R. West Saanich 	
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Auto Account 	
District office 	
Plant and tools .
Roads,
Repairs, district trucks
Supervision 	
Vote 156—Classified Highways.
Keating Cross-road (Secondary 85b)
Verdier Avenue (Primary 57a) 	
$1,644.14
562.77
775.92
264.37
821.22
99.70
478.58
3,203.62
1,298.84
637.38
2,147.89
$11,934.43
$154.16
11.02
$165.18
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
28r. Island Highway
30r. East Saanich ....
52r. West Saanich ....
Total, Vote 156—Maintenance of Paved Highways.
Vote 157-
$31.87
33.80
38.40
-Local Roads and Bridges within
Organized Territory.
2. Scott ___.
$203.11
Total, Vote 157—Local Roads and Bridges within Organized Territory 	
Total expenditure, Saanich District-.
T 93
$1,584.02
3,921.83
12,099.61
104.07
203.11
$17,912.64
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads  -     $13,498.41
Machinery  -       2,869.02
Total, Provincial Works, Loan, P.C. 2013     $16,367.43
Carried forward     $16,367.43
8 T 94
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward 	
(F.)   Direct Relief 	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)   Supervision 	
(J.)    Public Health _____
$16,367.43
$46,217.23
30,853.78
4,558.15
3,025.12
$84,654.28
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund..
$101,021.71
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
12. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay	
20. Celista District	
21. Chase-Falkland 	
22. Chase Town 	
26. Douglas Lake-Grand Prairie	
Roads,
33. Fowler-Willette
43. Kamloops-Shuswap (north side).
44. Kamloops-Vernon 	
Magna Bay —
Pinantan
49
66
67
Pritchard-Pinantan-Paul Lake
70. Robbins Range	
72. Salmon River 	
74. Sand Hill	
83. Squilax-Anglemont 	
86. Sunnybrae	
87. Tappen-Carlin-Notch Hill .
90.
Tappen-Skimiken-Chase Creek	
Trans-Canada Highway—
Sicamous-Canoe 	
Kamloops-Salmon Arm 	
Sicamous-Revelstoke 	
City of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial (Arterial 37r)	
Municipality of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial   (Arterial 38r)
Sundry roads (units under $100)	
Supervision—Salaries and expenses	
Plant and tools	
Plant maintenance	
Plant and equipment	
$165.49
118.95
397.57
107.58
112.74
188.69
394.70
2,796.81
151.16
314.71
170.40
106.04
355.64
208.95
513.82
264.50
240.70
130.50
325.46
3,653.68
1,486.17
37.10
1,214.37
1,029.52
2,472.24
1,484.30
3,268.99
1,044.24
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc...
22,755.02
Vote 156—Classified Highways.
Canoe Road (Secondary 76b)   $120.02
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie (Secondary 26b)  120.00
Total, Vote 156—Classified Highways  240.02
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
41. Frost     $195.48
49. Harper Ranch  371.52
73. McKay  _".  137.45
80. Pritchard (salary, Bridge-tender)   237.12
91. Salmon River, No. 1  219.20
113. Squilax     233.79
113. Squilax (salary and expenses, Watchman)  143.89
Sundry bridges (units under $100)  807.41
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance          2,345.86
Carried forward    $126,362.61 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 95
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  .,   $126,362.61
Vote 156—Ferries.
Reg. No.
3. Sorrento-Scotch Creek  $4,652.44
5. Ducks   905.78
6. Shuswap Lake   6,449.08
7. Sicamous   325.38
Total, Vote 156—Ferries       12,332.68
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
Snow-removal, machinery       $1,103.88
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation        1,103.88
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to King Tut Group, Adams Plateau  $199.89
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  199.89
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District  $139,999.06
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads   $18,733.21
Bridges     2,116.33
Mining-roads  492.47
Machinery   10,340.70
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $31,682.71
(F.) Direct Relief *  $73,301.99
(G.) Non-contributory  36,718.23
(H.) Supervision  4,812.48
(J.) Public Health  3,277.46
$118,110.16
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $149,792.87
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
5. Ashnola   $140.70
67. Cawston  293.80
17. Dog Lake  135.62
22. Fairview-Cawston  224.44
29. 5-Mile-Princeton   189.07
35. Hedley-Princeton   1,078.07
48. Hedley streets  156.69
59. Hope-Princeton   183.22
41. Keremeos-Hedley   375.47
66. Keremeos Streets  152.28
47. Marron Valley   257.64
25. Nickel Plate   129.64
86. Oliver-Osoyoos   961.01
53. 1-Mile-Princeton   809.56
55. Oro Fino   455.27
62. Penticton-Carmi   440.37
Carried forward         $5,982.85 $149,792.87 T 96
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
'       Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward         $5,982.85 $149,792.87
Reg. No.
60. Penticton-Keremeos 	
            408.95
20. Penticton-Oliver    '-    .     .   __
2,589.96
73. Penticton-Summerland	
            745.53
Penticton Tool-shed	
            158.58
Pleasant Valley Coal-mine..         	
181.81
68. Princeton streets 	
            111.66
Princeton Tool-shed	
159.41
77. Schisler 	
            123.20
93. S.O.L. Project	
225.89
79. South Keremeos             _
127.86
72. South Similkameen 	
            109.05
78. Summers Creek 	
            308.46
40. White Lake	
152.62
Sundry roads (units under $100) _    ___
1,221.63
Plant and tools	
3,511.23
Supervision—Office, General Foreman,
and auto  	
         6,209.06
$22,327.75
Vote 156-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Classified Highways.
Trans-Provincial  (Arterial 42r)  	
Penticton-Naramata Road (Secondary 29b)
Fairview Road (Secondary 86b)	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc...
$966.81
1,632.64
119.74
$2,719.19
25,046.94
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
19. Copper Mountain, No. 2	
31. Fairview-Camp McKinney, No. 1	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
B 110. Snow-plough 	
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation...
$125.00
354.65
704.27
$3,067.50
1,183.92
3,067.50
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Nickel Plate  $122.50
Oliver-Cawston  ,  144.27
Repairs to road from 9-Mile Bridge up Whipsaw Creek, 13 miles 150.00
Road to Hedley Sterling Gold Mines, Ltd  150.00
Road to Twin Lakes and Grandoro Mines  500.00
Siwash Creek Trail   75.00
Trail to Lost Horse and Independent Groups of Claims  199.85
Trail up Steve Creek   150.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
1,491.62
Total expenditure, Similkameen District  $180,582.85 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 97
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Mining-roads
Machinery 	
$17,241.03
1,844.37
400.00
1,484.51
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $20,969.91
(F.)
(G.)
(H.)
(J.)
Direct Relief 	
Non-contributory
Supervision 	
Public Health 	
$32,403.43
3,340.25
257.60
3,092.84
$39,094.12
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund     $60,064.03
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
Reg. No.
Prince Rupert Highway-
Prince Rupert Highway-
Prince Rupert Highway-
Prince Rupert Highway-
50r. Smithers	
5lR. Terrace 	
-Omineca Boundary-Moricetown.
-Moricetown-Hazelton	
-Hazel ton-Cedarvale	
-Usk-Terrace 	
17. Cedarvale-Woodcock
Dorreen 	
112. Hazelton Station 	
49. Kispiox 	
43. Kalum Lake 	
40. Kitwanga Valley	
52. Lakelse Lake	
99. Lanfere 	
300.
7.
Port Essington streets
Remo 	
Rosswood	
281. Silver Lake ...
107. Telkwa High
Usk-Vanarsdol 	
Sundry roads (units under $100)
Salaries
Travelling expenses
Office expenses	
Plant and tools
Material and supplies ...
$673.50
1,183.59
333.50
789.11
457.30
60.25
101.20
106.35
261.30
397.42
474.44
180.80
258.17
217.52
428.20
186.22
120.00
408.90
154.90
247.97
833.79
3,536.65
1,021.07
475.85
8,400.03
170.03
$21,478.06
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Classified Highways.
58b. Main Street, Smithers .
67b. Kalum Street, Terrace
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc	
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
159. Braun's Island
10. Bruce Creek ....
14. Cedar River ._
51. Hazelton 	
Carried forward
$7.04
6.55
$13.59
$287.16
118.85
123.65
221.92
21,491.65
$751.58 $81,555.68 T 98
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156^Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Reg. No.
61. Kitsequekla
57. Kitwancool _
67. Lowrie
Brought forward
Merkley Road
92. Slough
112. 10-Mile, Kitwanga _.
102. 4y2-M-le, Kitwanga
135. Terrace 	
Usk 	
Sundry bridges (units under $100)
Material and supplies	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance
$751.58    $81,555.68
1,617.24
205.00
273.35
142.95
260.79
791.77
515.60
4,801.85
120.17
1,383.56
437.09
11,300.95
Vote 156—Ferries.
Cedarvale ___.
Copper City
Hazelton 	
Kitwanga ____
Pacific 	
Usk .	
Remo
Ferries generally
Total, Vote 156—Ferries
$955.23
1,277.36
1,309.73
1,449.35
22.89
1,584.03
1,476.58
14.63
8,089.80
Vote 156—Traffic Operation.
Snow-removal
Total, Vote 156—Traffic Operation
$2,648.90
2,648.90
Reg. No.
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
264.
202.
250.
263.
208.
277.
227.
255.
216.
292.
268.
237.
235.
239.
251.
261.
281.
231.
249.
295.
205.
Bermaline Group	
Big Four Group 	
Bornite King Group 	
Buccaneer of the North	
Chimdemash Creek Trail	
Dorreen-Fiddler Creek Trail
Dream Mineral Claim	
Helen Group Trail 	
Hudson Bay Mountain Trail _
Kleanza Creek Trail _
Little Joe Group
Main Telkwa River Trail
Maroon Mountain Trail __
McCabe Trail 	
Porcupine Creek Trail
Silver Basin Trail .
Silver Lake
South Fork of Lome Creek
Thornhill Mountain Group
Waverley Group 	
Zymoetz River Trail 	
$99.75
50.00
9.98
49.70
149.80
50.00
24.80
24.85
24.85
99.75
25.00
100.00
100.00
49.90
24.85
50.00
500.00
50.00
99.80
25.00
249.12
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,857.15
Total expenditure, Skeena District  $105,452.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 99
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads ...
(F.)   Direct Relief 	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)   Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health ______
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
$18,321.41
$25,927.62
7,567.85
3,572.75
2,102.60
$39,170.82
$57,492.23
Reg. No.
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2.
4.
5.
8.
10.
13.
15.
16.
17.
18.
20.
21.
22.
23.
25.
27.
29.
31.
33.
34.
38.
40.
46.
47.
48.
49.
53.
40R
41r
Bulman Subdivision	
Belgo Subdivision (south)
Bear Creek 	
Glenmore Valley 	
Gellatly-Lake Shore 	
Hydraulic Creek __.	
Joe Riche District	
Kelowna-Vernon  (north)
Kelowna-Vernon  (south)
K.L.O. Main 	
Lewis-Bailey
Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)
McKinley Wharf	
McDougall Creek •_	
North Naramata 	
Naramata Subdivision
Okanagan Centre Subdivision
Peachland-Princeton 	
Penticton-Naramata __
Rutland Subdivision
South Okanagan and branches
Summerland-Peachland 	
Westside
Westbank Subdivision
Westbank Ferry .
Woods Lake Bottom roads
Rutland Packing-house
$181.76
110.98
199.97
472.45
162.56
180.32
742.05
1,276.52
1,156.29
255.06
245.78
826.58
104.05
121.83
160.47
404.93
265.70
109.65
264.12
768.59
177.04
935.36
288.24
118.63
1,211.09
215.09
214.20
1,141.26
1,426.81
936.11
2,745.12
301.67
61.24
727.11
503.01
5,419.96
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc      24,431.60
Peachland-Kelowna (arterial)   (Peachland Municipality) ...
Penticton-Kelowna (arterial)   (Summerland Municipality) _
Sundry roads (units under $100) 	
Office 	
Travelling expenses
Assistant District Engineer, car
Roads generally	
Supervision
Plant, tools, and equipment
Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance.
1. Bear Creek 	
25. Mill Creek, No. 1	
27. Mill Creek, No. 3 .	
33. Mission Creek, No. 1
34. Mission Creek, No. 2
57. Trout Creek, No. 1 _
62. Trepanier Creek 	
71. Scotty Creek, No. 1 _.
Carried forward .
$414.62
160.27
155.12
585.65
203.94
274.74
1,119.60
312.14
$3,226.08    $81,923.83 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,226.08    $81,923.83
178.01
413.41
Bridges generally 	
Sundry bridges (units under $100) 	
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Woods Lake Placer Trail         $100.00
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Vote 156—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank (credit balance) 	
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District	
3,817.50
100.00
$85,841.33
272.81
$85,568.52
VANCOUVER-BURRARD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a):
Bridges.
Burrard  Street 	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a):
Bridges.
Burrard  Street  .	
Total, Vancouver-Burrard District 	
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :  Flood Damage .
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
$100,000.00
50,000.00
$150,000.00
$33,861.63
Roads 	
Machinery
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013
$1,505.43
1,445.86
$2,951.29
1,661.19
(F.)  Direct Relief 	
(G.)   Non-contributory   52,201.34
(H.)   Supervision       74,441.61
(J.)  Public Health   46,835.58
$183,139.72
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Imperial Street	
3. Marine Drive 	
Twenty-ninth Avenue
Assistant District Engineer's office
Assistant District Engineer's car __.
General Foreman's office
Cesspool at Deaf and Blind School 	
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc.
$238.77
2,503.34
108.20
265.67
33.82
739.67
107.20
186,091.01
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District
3,996.67
$223,949.31 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 101
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. (6 (a) :   Flood Damage       $4,589.63
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013.
Roads      $22,023.56
Bridges        12,440.46
Machinery         13,556.44
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013     $48,020.46
(F.)  Direct Relief   $23,344.00
(G.)  Non-contributory   66,023.77
(H.)  Supervision    112.92
(J.)  Public Health   2,368.15
$91,848.84
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund     139,869.30
Vote 156—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge    $2,011.69
55. Mamit Lake  226.75
63. Merritt-Kamloops   3,231.13
70. Merritt-Princeton   1,839.71
71. Coldwater   435.85
Coalmont-Blakeburn   815.01
Coalmont-Princeton   1,095.23
Tulameen-Princeton   573.60
Slate Creek  192.10
Aspen Grove-Princeton   1,896.67
River Road-Tulameen   407.90
Bear Creek   195.40
Quilchena Creek   291.80
Sundry roads (units under $100)  167.43
Plant and tools  2,424.22
Supervision     7,794.28
Cariboo Highway (Toll Section) —
Toll receipts      $24,287.27
Less expenditure        19,084.63
$23,598.77
Credit balance         5,202.64
Total, Vote 156—Roads, Trails, etc       18,396.13
Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Unnamed, No. 98 .  $1,329.34
Slate Creek  597.43
Mackenzie  _■_  195.97
12. Nicola River (Blackwell's)  772.43
17. Nicola, Douglas Lake  229.54
246. 10-Mile Creek  157.12
262. Coldwater River  157.12
Hope-Princeton     234.05
383. Marshall   194.34
317. Princeton  Cut-off   358.61
Sundry bridges (units under $100)    3,079.83
Total, Vote 156—Bridges:   Maintenance        7,305.78
Carried forward  $170,160.84 T 102
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $170,160.84
Vote 156—Traffic Operations and Snow-removal.
Extraordinary storm conditions        $2,617.26
Total expenditure—Traffic Operation and Snow-removal	
Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
St. Patrick Group Trail, Sowagua Creek	
Lockie Creek	
Independence Group 	
Pierre River	
Siwash Creek	
Pierre River Branch Trail
Summit Camp 	
Skagit River
Snass Canyon Creek	
Mill Creek to Sheffield Gold and Silver Mines.
Rabbit Mountain-Smith Creek Trail	
North Fork Granite Creek Road 	
$149.05
19.60
49.70
99.80
416.15
150.00
250.00
399.01
74.80
351.55
99.60
58.40
2,617.26
Total, Vote 117—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        2,117.66
Total expenditure, Yale District  $174,895.76
VICTORIA.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F.)  Direct Relief	
(G.)  Non-contributory
Supervision
(H.)
(J.)
Public Health
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund .
$8,103.23
770.29
4,531.30
4,863.30
$18,268.12
MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote 156.
Roads, generally	
Bridges, generally  i	
Traffic operation and snow service, generally	
Launch 	
Right-of-way Agent	
Supervision, Maintenance of Paved Highways
Contingencies 	
Total, Vote 156
$4,876.91
6,434.39
10,955.28
9,297.28
3,721.22
5,288.71
614.50
$41,188.29
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND.
Insurance, machinery	
General supervision, Headquarters-
Transportation	
Feed for starving cattle	
Employment Relief Plan	
(E.) Municipalities.
Alberni 	
Armstrong
Carried forward
$128.74
42,900.61
93.66
352.20
487.73
$43,962.94
$1,556.97
2,898.14
$4,455.11 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 103
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND—Continued.
(E.) Municipalities—Continued.
Brought forward	
Burnaby 	
Chilliwack City
Chilliwack District
Coldstream	
Coquitlam	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook  	
Cumberland 	
Delta 	
Duncan 	
Esquimalt	
Enderby 	
Fernie 	
Glenmore 	
Grand Forks
Kamloops
Kaslo 	
Kelowna 	
Kent 	
Ladysmith ....
Langley	
Maple Ridge .
Matsqui	
Merritt 	
Mission District
Mission Village .
Nanaimo	
Nelson
New Westminster	
North Cowichan 	
North Vancouver City	
North Vancouver District..
Oak Bay 	
Peachland 	
Penticton  	
Pitt Meadows	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody __...	
Prince George 	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke 	
Richmond  .	
Rossland 	
Saanich
Salmon Arm City	
Salmon Arm District
Spallumcheen 	
Summerland   	
Sumas 	
Surrey 	
Trail 	
Vancouver	
Vernon 	
Victoria 	
West Vancouver'
Total, (E.) Municipalities..
$4,455.11
325,773.54
5,656.51
2,594.62
13,238.30
3,553.53
4,263.04
14,780.37
1,140.95
6,592.28
754.59
4,216.72
1,490.61
63,459.07
183.15
6,563.23
17,665.27
4,299.08
4,853.65
1,269.89
4,580.54
16,943.74
10,847.15
16,209.82
9,117.54
10,013.33
3,149.91
44,875.71
17,287.10
107,838.62
4,889.24
67,203.21
65,369.87
5,642.73
6.00
4,249.77
832.57
9,024.02
6,948.72
5,207.87
10,489.98
31,118.10
6,159.95
16,556.60
2,522.94
45,792.59
2,880.26
4,963.77
1,199.86
538.64
149.40
18,624.04
6,355.53
1,303,729.66
8,910.31
145,012.42
16,418.17
£2,518,463.19
(M.) Advances to Municipalities.
Burnaby 	
Chilliwack City
Carried forward
$56,859.94
828.90
$57,688.84 T 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND—Continued.
(M.) Advances to Municipalities—Continued.
Brought forward.
Coquitlam District
Cranbrook City	
Enderby  .	
Esquimalt	
Fernie 	
Grand Forks ,
Kamloops City ____
Maple Ridge ,__
Matsqui District
Merritt City	
Nanaimo
New Westminster City	
North Vancouver City	
North Vancouver District
Port Alberni	
Port Moody	
Prince George 	
Prince Rupert 	
Trail 	
Victoria City	
West Vancouver District
Total, (M.) Advances to Municipalities..
$57,688.84
3,957.07
9,961.88
668.44
3,435.02
12,909.90
3,338.14
4,049.49
3,000.00
3,517.34
1,594.94
31,300.00
51,000.00
18,000.00
12,000.00
1,491.16
2,175.32
3,633.82
7,999.94
3,800.00
94,500.00
7,500.00
$337,521.30
(R.) Physically Unfit.
Camps  $6,960.20
Central City Mission, Vancouver  774.30
Chinese Benevolent Association, New Westminster  3,537.00
Chinese Hostel, Victoria  971.75
Ex-Service Men, Vancouver  5,775.14
Oriental Board of Missions, Vancouver  29,803.75
Salvation Army, Vancouver  2,048.85
St. Vincent's Home, Vancouver   51.68
United Church Chinese Mission, Cranbrook  1,190.00
Hamilton Hall, Vancouver   660,212.81
Alberni   116.40
Armstrong   338.00
Burnaby   2,709.18
Chilliwack City  64.00
Chilliwack District  12.02
Coquitlam  228.80
Cranbrook  _■_  313.36
Delta   12.80
Duncan   133.30
Esquimalt   27.40
Fernie   981.42
Grand Forks-Greenwood  95.20
Glenmore  8.69
Kamloops  _  4,105.07
Kaslo  352.40
Kelowna   298.75
Langley   275.00
Maple Ridge  471.10
Mission Village  291.42
Mission District  93.18
Matsqui   356.70
Nanaimo  1,136.84
Nelson  1,616.50
New Westminster  8,826.25
North Cowichan   555.25
North Vancouver City  861.64
North Vancouver District  1,315.20
Carried forward
$736,921.35 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 105
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND—Continued.
(R.)  Physically Unfit—Continued.
Brought forward .
Oak Bay 	
Penticton	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam 	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Richmond 	
Rossland	
Saanich  	
Salmon Arm City
Spallumcheen ..
Surrey
Vancouver-Point Grey
Vernon	
Victoria
West Vancouver
Total, (R.) Physically Unfit
$736,921.35
114.00
78.62
1,820.85
56.10
14,449.46
19,306.53
27.00
53.80
82.30
1,360.74
11.99
21.40
152.30
22,543.28
996.67
14,477.81
80.96
$812,555.16
Relief Land Settlement Plan.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
District No.
2. Dunn, A.	
3. Tuura, O. 	
4. Ramsden, R. H. 	
5. Oddy, J. E	
6. McNally, H. A. .....
7. Fitzsimmons, R. G.
8. Marcell, S. 	
9. Stinson, F. 	
10. McTaggart, P. J. ...
11. Trout, W. 	
12. Platts, T.
14. Martinson, C. 	
15. Taylor, F. A	
16. Gillingham, R. H.
17. Morrison, W. H. ...
18. Walker, R. __-'.	
19. Davidson, T. J. _
20. Clark, R. T. 	
21. Sheard, C. 	
23. Sherwin, J. 	
24. Hicks, C. C. J. .	
25. Swanky, R. 	
26. Moxley, L. N. 	
27. Sabbe, L.
28. Langley, H.	
29. Sales, J. T. 	
30. Wells, D. 	
34. Parsons, M. E. ...
35. Kilberg, B. O	
36. Alexander, F. W.
37. Wilcox, E. G. 	
40. Oakes, A. S. 	
41. Miller, W. G. R. .
42. Simard, A. 	
43. Baxter, O. R. ___
44. Sargeant, N. ...	
47. Smith, R. J	
48. Olson, O. N	
49. Inder, R. G. 	
50. Allen, H. 	
51. Booth, E. T. 	
$56.64
248.18
127.43
88.10
158.61
95.57
185.39
137.96
55.06
89.96
117.21
273.10
103.64
88.37
76.30
109.97
106.29
73.45
17.90
26.70
136.87
143.80
72.00
82.70
80.00
64.00
80.00
64.00
56.00
56.00
64.00
72.00
25.00
27.90
14.33
205.63
127.78
212.56
72.00
8.00
187.40
Carried forward
$4,069.75 T 106
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1934-35.
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND—Continued.
Relief Land Settlement Plan—Continued.
Brought forward	
District No. 52. Scouler, P. G.
District No. 53. Jones, L. 	
Less refunds	
Less refunds, Dominion Government
Total, Relief Land Settlement
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund
$43.50
2,993.36
$4,069.75
241.19
225.35
$4,536.29
3,036.86
$1,499.43
$3,714,002.02
PROVINCIAL WORKS LOAN, P.C. 2013—BUILDINGS.
Barkerville Government Buildings	
Boys' Industrial School 	
Cranbrook Court-house 	
Deaf and Blind School	
Essondale Mental Hospital	
Grand Forks Court-house	
Greenwood Court-house   .	
Home for Incurables 	
Kamloops Provincial Home	
Lockups
Nelson Court-house 	
New Westminster Mental Hospital
New Westminster Court-house	
Oakalla 	
Pouce Coupe Court-house	
Prince Rupert Court-house	
Rossland Court-house	
Saanich Mental Home	
Tranquille Sanatorium	
Vancouver Court-house 	
Vancouver Normal School	
Williams Lake Court-house
Workmen's Compensation Board
Victoria Normal School 	
Victoria Court-house	
Parliament Buildings 	
$189.00
699.50
511.14
93.96
996.00
323.00
225.00
825.88
116.48
1,268.33
383.15
6,300.69
711.05
753.22
124.45
499.22
359.95
1,404.57
8,168.37
2,221.95
733.94
617.03
3,089.41
682.33
430.90
6,414.48
Total, Provincial Works Loan, P.C. 2013—Buildings.
$38,143.00
B.C. LOAN ACT, 1930," SEC. 6   (6)—BUILDINGS.
Boys' Industrial School	
Essondale Mental Hospital
Tranquille Sanatorium 	
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (6)—Buildings.
Votes 152-158 (for details see Public Accounts)  !
$17.12
2,048.97
18,456.38
$20,522.47
$8,751,109.56
554,117.73
$9,305,227.29
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