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 GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT11
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE
Liquor Control Board
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST, 1936, TO MARCH 31 ST, 1937
PRINTED   BY
AUTHORITY  OF  THE  LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Must Excellent Majesty.
1937.  To His Honour E. W. Hamber,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control Board for
the year ended March 31st, 1937.
GORDON S. WISMER,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., 1937. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., July 15th, 1937.
The Honourable Gordon S. Wismer, K.C.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Sixteenth Annual Report of the Liquor
Control Board for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1937.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W; P. KENNEDY,
Chairman. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
The Liquor Control Board presents the Sixteenth Annual Report covering the operations
from April 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1937.
The accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required by section
116 of the " Government Liquor Act," and the statistical data as required by section 111 are
shown in the Appendices as follows:—
APPENDIX A.—ACCOUNTS.
Balance-sheet "|   Statement of Accounts for the periods April 1st,
Trading Account  I 1936, to September 30th, 1936, and October
Profit and Loss Account J 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1937.
APPENDIX B.—LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1937.
APPENDIX CM—ADMINISTRATION.
Regulations and Amendments thereto.
Amendments and Additions to Price-lists.
Statement of Premises owned, leased, and rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1937.
Chart illustrating by Electoral Districts the Sale of Liquor and the Administration of the
" Government Liquor Act."
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES AND WAREHOUSES.
Compatible with the increase in business, the Board obtained new and larger premises for
use as a Government Liquor Store in the City of New Westminster, and entered into a lease
in connection with same as from October 1st, 1936.
The premises occupied by the Board for use as a Government Liquor Store in the Village
of Parksville were totally destroyed by fire on January 15th, 1937, and arrangements were
made for the erection of new premises, but same were not completed as at March 31st, 1937,
and consequently the temporary suspension of the sale of liquor at Parksville was in effect as
at the above-mentioned date.
Owing to the termination of operations at the Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting-
Company's property at Anyox, the Government Liquor Store at that point was closed on June
30th, 1936.
For a number of years the Board has leased premises adjoining the Vancouver warehouse
for use as a Government Liquor Store at 869 Beatty Street, and also the basement thereunder
for the storage of liquor, in connection with the Government Liquor warehouse which it adjoins.
Due to the increase in volume of business, it was necessary to enlarge this store and also
increase the space for the storage of liquor at the warehouse.
Under the circumstances, the Board leased the remaining portion of the building, and the
Government Liquor Store has been attractively enlarged to provide for the increase in business
and storage of liquor in the warehouse.
STAFF.
The co-operation and loyalty of the various members of the staff of the Liquor Control
Board throughout the Province is acknowledged herein.
The number of employees of the permanent staff of the Liquor Control Board as at March
31st, 1937, is 301, comprising 285 males and 16 females. V 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
STOCKS.
The value of the stocks of liquor on hand as at March 31st, 1937, amounted to $865,039.14,
being an increase of $47,262.63 over the inventory figure at the end of the year immediately
preceding.
SALES.
The total sales of $12,746,783.35 show an increase over the previous period of $1,577,346.49.
In each month during the period under review the increase in sales was continuous, reflecting a steady improvement in industry and general conditions throughout the Province.
For comparative purposes classification of sales is given hereunder for the fiscal years
ended March 31st, 1936 and 1937:—
Comparative Classification of Sales.
Wines and Spirits— Year 1936-37.
Spirits:    Rye   Whisky,   Bourbon   Whisky,
Scotch  Whisky,  Irish  Whisky,  Brandy,
Gin, Rum, Alcohol	
Liqueurs, Cocktails, Vermouth, Bitters.
3,561,261.29
114,341.35
Year 1935-36.
5,517,651.48
97,195.50
3,675,602.64       $5,614,846.98
Port, Sherry, and Still Burgundy....
Champagnes and Sparkling Wines..
Clarets and  Sauternes	
British Empire Wines-
British Columbia.-..
Australian 	
Ontario 	
South Africa	
Oriental Liquors .
Malt Liquors—
British Columbia Beer, Ale, and Stout—
To Licensees	
To Permit-holders	
Eastern Canadian Beer and Ale	
Great Britain and Ireland Ale and Stout—
$119,869.05
33,850.90
13,458.68
$167,178.63
$491,172.90
156,307.50
11,748.40
44,274.70
$703,503.50
$198,065.85
?3,142,319.15
1,753,819.53
19,205.80
87,088.25
$113,670.85
31,035.30
14,056.10
$158,762.25
$431,334.60
140,137.10
15,820.65
34,742.38
$622,034.73
$167,860.10
$2,908,479.30
1,612,270.65
4,968.95
80,213.90
5,002,432.73       $4,605,932.80
Totals  $12,746,783.35     $11,169,436.86
Price-list No. 1, Issue No. 4, was rescinded as of March 31st, 1936, and on April 1st, 1936,
Issue No. 5 became effective.
DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX.
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period under review
amounted to $2,030,327.39, the details of which are as follows, and for convenience a comparison
is shown with the duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government during the fiscal
year immediately preceding the period under review:—
1937. 1936.
Duty   $1,195,824.24     $1,043,482.89
Excise        442,466.69 376,889.02
Sales tax        392,036.46 276,242.39
$2,030,327.39     $1,696,614.30 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 7
The figures quoted do not represent the duty, excise, and sales tax on merchandise sold
during the period under review, but only that paid by the Liquor Control Board on goods that
were cleared through the Customs and Excise Departments during the said period.
The above total does not include taxes paid direct to the Federal Government by brewers
in connection with beer manufactured in Canada, and also liquor purchased by the Board
duty paid.
INSURANCE.
Fire.
The premises occupied by the Board for use as a Government Liquor Store at Parksville
were totally destroyed on January 15th, 1937, and the entire stock of liquor in the store was
also destroyed.    No loss, however, was suffered by the Board as same was covered by insurance.
Burglaries and Hold-ups.
Burglaries and attempted burglaries occurred at the following Government Liquor Stores
during the period under review:—■
Date.
1936.
July   8.
July 29.
1937
Jan.  A.
Store.
716 Johnson Street, Victoria..
Duncan	
Value, including Cash,
Goods stolen, and
Equipment damaged.
$5.37
2.68
Kamloops
3,436.35
293.67
Nil
Feb. 11.   833 Pender Street West, Vancouver..
Feb. 13.    Port Alberni   (attempted)	
It will be noted that on January 1st, 1937, a robbery occurred at the Government Liquor
Store at Kamloops, amounting to $3,436.35.
The Board wishes to go on record by expressing its appreciation of the excellent work
performed in connection with this case by the Provincial Police. With practically no clues
upon which to work, Police Officers instituted a search over a considerable area of the southern
portion of the Province, with the result that an arrest was made and the sum of $1,345.62
was recovered.
All losses which occurred in the above-mentioned burglaries were paid in full, in accordance with the terms of the insurance carried by the Board.
PERMITS.
A detailed statement showing the sale of each variety of permit is shown in Appendix C.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 115 of the " Government Liquor Act," the revenue
derived from the sale of permits was transmitted to the Honourable the Minister of Finance,
to be accounted for as part of the general revenue of the Province, and amounted to $51,904,
being an increase of $5,979.50 over the previous period.
The total number of permits of all varieties issued by the Board was 200,648.
LICENCES.
Summary.
The following summary indicates the number of licences issued and licences transferred
during the period under review:—
Licences issued.
Issued after
March 31st, 1936,
for 1936. Calendar Year only.
Total issued for
1937 Calendar
Year.
Total issued
for Fiscal
Year.
16
4
360
67
30
3
10
376
Club licences ....  .     	
71
30
Distillers' licences..— — - 	
Brewers' licences - 	
3
10
Totals   . -	
20
470
490 	
V 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Licences transferred.
Issued after
March 31st, 1936,
for 1936. Calendar Year only.
Tntal issued for
1937 Calendar
Year.
Total issued
for Fiscal
Year.
Beer licences	
30
1
2
12
1
Club licences (premises) 	
Veterans' club licences (premises)— —	
2
2
Totals - _._ - _	
33
13
46
DISTILLERS' LICENCES.
(Subsection (1), Section 63b.)
Distillers' Licences issued in respect of the Year 1937.
Name of Firm. Place of Business.
British Columbia Distillery Co., Ltd New Westminster.
Growers' Wine Co., Ltd Lake Hill, Saanich.
United Distillers, Ltd Vancouver.
BREWERS' LICENCES.
(Subsection  (2), Section 63b.)
Brewers' Licences issued in respect of the Year 1937.
Name of Firm.
Place of Business.
Fernie Brewing Co., Ltd....
Kootenay Breweries, Ltd..
...Fernie.
.Nelson.
Kootenay Breweries, Ltd Trail.
Capilano Brewing Co., Ltd Vancouver.
Cranbrook Brewing Co., Ltd.  Cranbrook.
Victoria-Phoenix Brewing Co. (1920), Ltd.  Victoria.
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd. Vancouver.
1 Westminster Brewery, Ltd. New Westminster.
Princeton Brewing Co., Ltd Princeton.
Thomas Taylor and Margaret Cressman, executors of
estate of Thomas Downs, deceased Revelstoke.
LICENCES SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED.
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review was as
follows:—
Surrendered or
Suspended. cancelled.
Beer licences     3
Club licences  — 3
Veterans' club licences     2
PLEBISCITES.
Pursuant to the provisions of the " Liquor-control Plebiscites Act" (chapter 147 of the
"Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924"), plebiscites were conducted in the undermentioned electoral districts in respect of the sale of beer by the glass or bottle under section 27
of the " Government Liquor Act," with the following results:—
Date of
Poll.
Electoral
District.
Polling
Division.
Result.
Date of Publication
in B.C. Gazette of
Proclamation making
Sec. 27 of the
" Government
Liquor Act " apply.
Affirmative.
Negative
Rejected
as spoiled.
1936.
June 12
Falkland 	
Capilano ...	
47
133
8
123
1
7
January 21st, 1937
Nov.   12
North Vancouver..
Nil REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37. V 9
A Proclamation dated May 1st, 1936, making section 27 of the " Government Liquor
Act " apply to the Polling Division of Harrison Mills, in the Dewdney Electoral District,
was published im The British Columbia Gazette under date of May 7th, 1936.
PROHIBITIONS.
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported to the Board
under section 121 for infractions of the " Government Liquor Act." The total number of
prosecutions for all offences is 2,890;   778 persons were sent to gaol.
CANCELLATION OF INDIVIDUAL LIQUOR PERMITS.
(Section 18.)
Thirty-nine Individual Liquor Permits were cancelled under section 18 of the " Govern-
ment Liquor Act." TAXATI0N  PROVISIONS.
The sum of $15.65 was collected during the period as tax on liquor not purchased at a
Government Liquor Store, in accordance with the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act."
INTERDICTION.
Interdiction orders made pursuant to the provisions of section 66 of the " Government
Liquor Act" numbered 162, being an increase of eight over the previous year.
Two hundred and twenty-six orders of revocation of orders of interdiction were made by
interdiction officials pursuant to the provisions of section 68 of the " Government Liquor Act."
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
Destruction of liquor forfeited to the Crown and held by the Liquor Control Board was
authorized by the following Orders in Council:—
Order in Council. Approved.
No. 563 May  12, 1936.
No. 731 June 18, 1936.
No. 889 July  29, 1936.
No. 957 Aug. 11, 1936.
No. 157 Feb.   16, 1937.
No. 256 Mar.    9, 1937.
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT. .
Inspections have been carried out by the Inspection Department of premises covered by
beer licences, club licences, and veterans' club licences, and with this personal contact the
Board has been able to keep in close touch with the holders of licences, with the result that
with the co-operation of Provincial and Municipal Police strict observance of the provisions
of the Statute and the Board's regulations have been carried out.
Advice by the Inspectors in regard to alterations to licensed premises has1 been given in
many instances and better facilities in regard to hotel accommodation, where beer licences
have been granted, have resulted thereby.
The following is a statement of inspections carried out by the Board's officers:—
Premises covered by beer licences  2,778
Premises covered by club licences      117
Premises covered by veterans' club licences        71
Enforcement, " Government Liquor Act"  1,095
Breweries   4
Distilleries          4
The Board is pleased to acknowledge the friendly relations and co-operation with officers
of the Provincial, Municipal, and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Forces.
ACCOUNTING.
Appendix A contains the financial statements for the six-monthly periods ended September
30th, 1936, and March 31st, 1937, as required by the Statute. However, for convenience, a
consolidation of the Trading and Profit and Loss Accounts for the fiscal year 1936-37 has been
compiled as follows:— V 10
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DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS.
The distribution of the year's profits was as follows:—
Net Profits.
Reserve.
Period.
Amount.
O.C. No.
Revenue.
April 1, to September 30, 1936. 	
October 1, to March 31, 1937  .
$1,601,351.37
2,064,077.82
$10.00
10.00
1209/36
607/37
$1,601,341.37
2,054,037.82
Totals        	
$3,655,429.19
$20.00
$3,555,409.19 V 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank _.. _     _    $249.44
In transit to Provincial Treasury    ._        148,482.72
In Provincial Treasury          1,512,104.66
  $1,660,836.82
ACCOUNTS   RECEIVABLE   _. __       12,050.30
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC    102,930.00
STOCK  ON  HAND   AS  PER  INVENTORY  -.  _    936,276.70
REAL  ESTATE   (LAND)         31,365.00
BUILDINGS   (LESS DEPRECIATION)         56,312.46
EQUIPMENT   (LESS DEPRECIATION)       7,964.27
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES  (LESS DEPRECIATION)       5,018.41
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance
Guarantee  Bonds
15,914.15
$2,828,668.11
W. F. KENNEDY, D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chairman. Chief Accountant. REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 13
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1936.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS   PAYABLE
RESERVE  FUND  	
$277,156.74
1,050,160.00
$1,327,316.74
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)        1,501,351.37
$2,828,668.11
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended September 30th, 1936, have
been examined under my direction, and that in my opinion the above Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to
exhibit a true and accurate statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
J. A. CRAIG, C.A..
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., December 28th, 1936. V 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO STOCK ON HAND,  MARCH  31st,  1936   .-..         $817,776.51
„    MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED _ -    -M     4,292,567.67
„    OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES:
Salaries and wages __      $55,270.49
Rents                 8,605.00
Insurance       —           3,171.24
Telegraph and telephone     _-  449.45
Light, water, and fuel       -  838.10
Depreciation  __             5,423.44
$78,117.22
Sundries   .       4,359.50
VENDORS:
Salaries and wages  - - _._ --      $160,226.33
Rents        - 31,886.57
Insurance           4,131.84
Telegraph and telephone  _      1,979.11
Light, water, and fuel _     - —  3,595.36
Depreciation    _ __           5,135.46
Sundries                 6,655.75
  213,610.42
HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
Administrative  salaries    _   —   $36,783.55
Travelling expenses         1,979.71
Rent           2,190.00
Telegraph and telephone   _     969.67
Light, water, and fuel _      100.00
Printing  and  stationery          8,138.93
Postage and express  _   _    4,340.00
Bank charges  _         481.79
Guarantee bonds        385.91
Employees' group insurance .—      4,194.85
Depreciation _   180.80
Sundries          _     _ 441.07
291,727.64
  60,186.28
.„    BALANCE  CARRIED  TO  PROFIT  AND  LOSS  ACCOUNT _ _    1,531,866.56
1,994,124.66 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 15
APRIL 1ST TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1936.
BY SALES TO PERMIT-HOLDERS
$4,259,564.50
„    SALES TO BEER LICENSEES     1,789,427.10
OTHER INCOME:
Interest     	
Rents     	
Miscellaneous
.,    STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY..
$6,048,991.60
.$444.47
7,056.57
1,355.32
8,856.36
936,276.70
$6,994,124.66 V 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A.—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND  EXPENSES  $32,421.55
„    MAINTENANCE  OF  PRISONERS __  878.15
„     PLEBISCITES     _.      -— 96.79
        $33,396.49
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th,  1936 __..      1,501,351.37
$1,534,747.8
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE  FUND :  $10.00
„    CONSOLIDATED REVENUE  ..-.   _     1,765,652.51
  $1,765,662.51
BALANCE  CARRIED  TO   BALANCE-SHEET.... _ -     1,501,351.37
$3,267,013.8 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37. V 17
PERIOD APRIL 1ST TO SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1936.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT    	
„    CLUB LICENCES     _  	
„    BEER LICENCES   _	
LICENCE TRANSFER FEES
$1,531,866.56
$400.00
1,936.30
545.00
2,881.30
$1,534,747.86
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD — —     _'.  $1,765,662.51
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th,  1936      1,501,351.37
$3,267,013.88 V 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
CASH:
In  bank
In transit to Provincial Treasury
In Provincial Treasury  	
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
$6,067.05
167,509.10
2,116,103.66
ACCOUNTS   RECEIVABLE       	
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC.
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY	
REAL ESTATE (LAND)     	
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION) 	
EQUIPMENT   (LESS DEPRECIATION)	
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES (LESS DEPRECIATION)
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance      	
Guarantee Bonds _ _	
$2,289,679.81
2,386.65
103,155.00
865,039.14
31,365.00
49,634.59
8,055.80
3,648.61
$13,123.06
130.61
13,253.67
$3,366,218.27
W. F. KENNEDY,
Chairman.
D. R. MACFARLANE,
Chief  Accountant. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 19
MARCH 31st, 1937.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS  PAYABLE
RESERVE  FUND	
$261,970.45
1,050,170.00
$1,312,140.45
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS) :      2,054,077.82
$3,366,218.27
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended March 31st, 1937, have been
examined under my direction, and that in my opinion the above Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to exhibit
a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the explanations
given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
J. A. CRAIG, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia-
Victoria, B.C., June 24th, 1937. V 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK ON HAND,  SEPTEMBER  30th,  1936..
„    MERCHANDISE PURCHASED    	
„    OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES:
Salaries and wages  _
Rents — -	
Insurance
Telegraph and telephone
Light, water and fuel.	
Depreciation    	
Sundries     	
VENDORS:
Salaries and wages  —
Rents  	
Insurance   — 	
Telegraph and telephone
Light, water, and fuel	
Depreciation   	
Sundries    	
„    HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
Administrative  salaries  	
Travelling expenses  _
Rents __ —
Telegraph and telephone
Light, water, and fuel
Printing and stationery _
Postage and express 	
Bank charges  	
Guarantee bonds
Employees' group insurance
Depreciation    	
Sundries    -	
BALANCE CARRIED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT..
$936,276.70
4,294,311.91
$58;
768.31
705.00
585.74
527.27
.497.19
476.88
306.38
$85,866.77
$169,
32
4;
1:
604.89
180.87
121.75
998.27
271.25
997.39
682.17
228,856.59
$36,406.09
2,022.88
2,333.55
974.18
100.00
11,300.37
4,382.10
588.20
385.91
4,150.48
257.52
904.98
314,723.36
63,806.26
1,962,578.37
$7,571,696.60 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 21
OCTOBER 1st, 1936, TO MARCH 31st, 1937.
BY SALES  TO   PERMIT-HOLDERS
„    SALES TO BEER LICENSEES ..
„    OTHER INCOME:
Interest _	
Rents   —	
$5,344,899.70
1,352,892.05
$6,697,791.75
Miscellaneous
$246.63
7,056.57
1,562.51
„    STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY..
8,865.71
865,039.14
$7,571,696.60 V 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND  EXPENSES _  $31,890.63
„    MAINTENANCE  OF  PRISONERS       _. _ — 918.00
„    PLEBISCITES       __      131.53
        $32,970.16
NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1937 _ _ :....    2,054,077.82
$2,087,047.98
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND ...
CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE
BALANCE  CARRIED  TO  BALANCE-SHEET..
$10.00
1,501,341.37
$1,501,351.37
2,054,077.82
$3,555,429.19 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 23
PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1936, TO MARCH 31st, 1937.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT..
CLUB LICENCES -...	
BEER LICENCES	
$1,962,578.37
BREWERS' LICENCES
DISTILLERS' LICENCES
LICENCE TRANSFER FEES
TAX REALIZED UNDER SECTION 64, " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT "..
$13,158.15
96,450.00
7,080.20
7,320.61
445.00
15.65
124,469.61
$2,087,047.98
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD..
NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1937..
$1,501,351.37
2,054,077.82
$3,555,429.19
\ V 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act."
DISPOSITION
Description of Offence.
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Section 12.
Improper use of permit (allowing another
2
2
$100.00
$100.00
Section 27.
Infraction   of   Regulation   No.   28    (beer
5
1
4
200.00
200.00
Section 28.
130
29
25
40
36
10,900.00
10,900.00
Exposing or keeping liquor for sale      .- J
Section 32.
Purchasing or attempting to purchase 1
liquor     l
3
i
1
1
50.00
$50.00
100.00
Section 3U.
1
1
Section SS.
21
6
1
4
10
600.00
600.00
Section 37.
67
30
8
7
22
1,125.00
1,125.00
Section 38.
2,471
1,291
39
681
310
150
7,995.00
2,045.00
10,040.00
Section 39.
Sales   to   persons  under  the  influence  of
liquor    _	
1
1
Section 40.
30
11
11
5
1,300.00
1,300.00
Section 41.
Disqualified persons   (Indian Act)   unlaw
fully upon  premises  of  a  Government
Liquor Store 	
8
1
5
2
100.00
100.00
Section 42.
Supplying liquor to a person whose permit
has been cancelled                           	
1
1
Section 43.
Supplying liquor to an interdicted person..
12
4
1
6 .
1	
300.00
300.00
'
■ REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 25
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Description of Offence.
ion "j
Section ^4-
Interdicted person making application
for permit 	
Interdicted persons upon licensed premises    	
Section 47.
Permitting  drunkenness   - 	
Giving liquor to a person under the influence of liquor  _; 	
Section 48.
Keeping or consuming liquor in any part
of an inn other than a private guestroom    ..
Section 50.
Keeping or having liquor on premises of
person engaged in selling non-intoxicating beverages  _	
Section 50A.
Keeping of liquor in a restaurant 	
Section 53.
Selling or dealing in beer or near-beer 	
Section 66.
Liquor in possession of interdicted person .
Section 7SA.
Application to padlock premises	
Section 81.
Interdicted person refusing information as
to  source of supply   	
Totals   	
Disposition.
Z6
oi 3
29
51
19
2,890   I  1,400   !   108
14
17
14
778  !  438  '  16
$50.00
150.00
835.00
$1,300.00
100.00
$50.00
2,200.00
100.00
2,135.00
250.00
925.00
2,200.00
100.00
$27,080.00   j   $3,495.00
1,575.00 V 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 121).
Section 12.—Allowing Another Person to use Permit.
Disposition
Electoral District.
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Delta:
1
1
1
1
$50.00
50.00
$50.00
Prince Rupert:
50.00
Totals     — —   - - -	
2
2   1   ______
$100.00
$100.00
Section 27.—Infraction of Regulation No. 28 (Beer Licences).
Alberni-Nanaimo:
1
1
1
1
1
	
	
1
1
1
1
$50.00
50.00
50.00
$50.00
50.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
50.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
1  [ ......
--- 1 -	
50.00
...
50.00
Totals    	
5
1
4  1  ......
$200.00
$200.00
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
3
4
1
6
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
......
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
	
1
—
$300.00
$300.00
Burnaby:
Municipality of Fraser Mills 	
300.00
300.00
Chilliwack:
	
300.00
300.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
300.00
300.00
Cranbrook:
Dewdney:
	
Esquimalt:
Kamloops:
Kaslo-Slocan:
300.00
600.00
300.00
300.00
2  |.	
1   ' ......
600.00
300.00
Nelson-Creston:
4
1
......
1,200.00
300.00
1,200.00
	
300.00 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 27
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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North  Okanagan:
l
2
2
3
1
3
1
1
74
2
1
25
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
23
2
i
2
1
1
18
	
......
-
North Vancouver:
Prince Rupert:
$300.00
600.00
$300.00
Hossland-Trail:
City of Trail 	
600.00
Similkameen :
300.00
300.00
South  Okanagan:
300.00
5,500.00
300.00
5,500.00
Victoria:
Totals- 	
130
29
25
40
36
$10,900.00
$10,900.00
Section 32.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor;  taking Liquor
for Consideration.
Kamloops:
2
1
1
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
$100.00
South Okanagan:
Totals -	
3
1
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
$100.00
Section 3Jr.—Consumption of Unsealed Liquor.
North Vancouver:
Municipality of West Vancouver__
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
1
1
i
i
i
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
$50.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
50.00
$50.00
Comox:
50.00
Dewdney:
100.00
Fernie:
100.00
Fort George:
i
1   i
i
50.00
1   1
50.00
50.00 V 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor—Continued.
-Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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North Vancouver:
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
i
i
—
$50.00
$50.00
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert '   ■ 	
50.00
50.00
—   —
2 i	
100.00
	
100.00
Totals    	
21
6
1
4
10   1   _____
$600.00
$600.00
	
Section 37.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
i
2
8
1
7
2
2
1
3
2
1
1
4
3
3
2
1
1
3
5
.     10
1
2
2
5
1
1
2
	
:
—
i
i
3
2
10
2
1
1
2
2
_....
1
3
2
1
1
2
4
1
2
2
1
1
	
1
......
1
1
1
1
2
	
$50.00
100.00
225.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
50.00
$50.00
100.00
225.00
Atlin _	
50.00
Comox:
100.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
100.00
Cranbrook:
50.00
Delta:
Esquimalt:
50.00
50.00
Fernie:
Fort George:
50.00
Kamloops:
City of Kamloops   _	
North Okanagan:
City of Vernon   	
North Vancouver:
50.00
50.00
50 00
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert  __	
Revelstoke:
Rossland-Trail:
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
Similkameen:
	
South Okanagan:
50.00
Victoria:
       --
50.00
Municipality of Oak Bay ____ ,„,	
100.00
Totals                    	
67
30  1       8   !       7   1     22
$1,125.00
	
$1,125.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 29
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Disposition.
Electoral District. .
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Alberni-Nanaimo:
12
11
5
4
15
4
1
19
9
12
2
13
18
7
2
5
1
49
17
2
7
1
3
5
8
2
7
7
14
:
i
2
19
10
46
11
95
23
6
6
2
3
4
8
_.
1
5
2
1
4
1
1
7
3
4
1
1
5      ....
$125.00
160.00
$125.00
6
3
5
1
	
9
2
2
2
6
7
3
2
4
1
20
12
2
7
1
1
1
2
3
7
6
3
1
5
9
36
6
21
1
.   36
160.00
Atlin                                 -                —.
75.00
125.00
25.00
75.00
Burnaby:
""  •'
125.00
	
25.00
275.00
50.00
	
275.00
Chilliwack:
50.00
50.00
50.CO
150.00
200.00
75.00
50.00
50 00
50.00
~1
150.00
........  j   ......
i
2          1
j
11
1
1
	
200.00
Comox:
75.00
50.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
100.00
25.00
500.00
325.00
50.00
175.00
100.00
25.00
Cranbrook:
1
1
3
4
4
1
!
;   28
500.00
l
3
325.00
50.00
175.00
Delta:
25.00
	
25.00
Dewdney:
7
Municipality of Maple Ridge    "	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt  _ 	
25.00
25.00
50.00
75.00
185.00
150.00
75.00
50.00
	
25.00
25.00
50.00
Fernie:
[
4
75.00
4
2
3
1
2
1
12
1
10
3
23
6
185.00
Fort George:
150.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
75.00
50.00
Kamloops:
  1     	
Kaslo-SIocan:
   I
1
!
2
1
8
15
1
7
1
175.00
225.00
175.00
225.00
Nelson-Creston:
900.00
150.00
525.00
25.00
900.00
150.00
1,415.00
25.00
$890.00
North Okanagan: V 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
•3
£ oj"
"2 u
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S3 c
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CJ
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North Vancouver:
13
1
2
3
81
2
35
14
4
1
3
1
4
65
10
9
12
2
1,651
71
1
2
5
1
1
1
3
1
1
25
9
2
1,163
......
2
25
1
6
1
47
30
2
36
7
7
2
334
51
2
-
1
3
30
1
5
13
4
1
1
4
3
2
1
16
19
1
1
113
$50.00
25.00
25.00
75.00
775.00
25.00
125.00
325.00
125.00
25.00
$50.00
25.00
25.00
75.00
Prince  Rupert:
$25.00
800.00
25.00
Revelstoke:
125.00
Rossland-Trail:
325.00
1-25.00
25.00
Salmon Arm:
25.00
100.00
75.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
Similkameen :
10O.00
75.00
50.00
South Okanagan:
25.00
350.00
525.00
25.00
1,130.00
1,480.00
Victoria:
525.00
25.00
Yale:
Totals  ..
2,471
1,291
39
681
310
150
$7,995.00
$2,045.00
$10,040.00
Section
-Sales to Persons under the Influence of Liquor.
Mackenzie
Section UO.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
1
■1
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
1
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
Atlin  	
$1,000.00
$1,000.00
Burnaby:
Columbia  	
Cranbrool-:
Balance of District 	
Dewdney:
Balance of District 	
Fernie:
City of Fernie     	
	
1 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 31
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section UO.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Fort George:
City of Prince George 	
Kamloops:
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
........
1
1
......
1
1
1
2
1
1
l
1
i
i
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Nelson-Creston:
New Westminster __ _ _ __.
North Okanagan:
Revelstoke:
  _ 1   	
$300.00
$300.00
Salmon Arm:
......  ...    |     --	
Vancouver _ — __  „_ 	
]
30
11
11
5
3 i .—
$1,300.00
$1,300.00
Section il.—Disqualified Persons (Indian Act) tmlawfully upon Premises of a
Government Liquor Store.
Chilliwack:
City of  Chilliwack
1
1
3
1
1
I
Cowichan-Newcastle:
1  1    -
1
1   |
|
1
$50.00
50.00
$50.00
Dewdney:
50.00
Prince Rupert:
3
1
Salmon Arm:
1  J   	
Totals- —- _	
8  1           1
5
2
$100.00
$100.00
Section U2.—Supplying Liquor to a Person whose Permit has been cancelled.
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert _
Section 4,3.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
City of Port Alberni. _____ 	
i
i
i
i
1
i
i
i
i
i
Atlin .., 	
1
—
Cowichan-Newcastle:
$300.00
$300.00
I                     I V 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—-Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police:—Continued.
Section US.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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1
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Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert _	
Yale:
12
4
1
6
1    .        .
$300.00
$300.00
Section Ui-—Interdicted Person making application for Permit; Interdicted Persons
upon Licensed Premises.
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S50.00
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Section U7.—Permitting Drunkenness;   giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
1
1
1
2
2
i | ......
l ■
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$50.00
50.00
50.00
$50.00
Cranbrook:
50.00
50.00
Totals- 	
5
2 : 	
3   1
$150.00
$150.00
	
Section U8.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than
Private Guest-room.
Atlin _ ". ' __.-  _	
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
$200.00
$200.00
Chilliwack:
I
50.00 1
50 00
Cranbrook:
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Fernie :
City of Fernie   _ 	
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2   1
1
50.00        	
50.00
2 | ......
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Kamloops:
5
1
1
16
1
2
1
1
2
9.
14
50.00
Nelson-Creston:
100.00 j $1,300.00
1,400.00
Vancouver __ 	
1
Victoria:
2 j   	
100 00 "1
Totals _	
33   !            9
9.   '        1
$835.00 | $1,300.00
$2,135.00
-
" REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 33
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 50.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Persons engaged in
selling Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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$150.00
$150.00
New Westminster 	
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S100.00
100.00
5 1    !     i ; ______
3
1
S 150.00
$100.00
$250.00
Section 50A.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant.
Alberni-Nanaimo:
1
1
4
2
2
1
3
1
1
3
Burnaby:
Municipality of Burnaby  	
Comox:
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6
1
$200.00
100.00
175.00
$200.00
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
9
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1
3
	
100.00
Delta:
Municipality of Richmond—	
Kamloops:
175.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
50.00
Nelson-Creston:
	
150.00
50.00
Revelstoke:
Similkameen:
50.00
50.00
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Victoria:
150.00
150.00
Totals  	
29   1           4
fi   1        9
17   !
$925.00
$925.00
Section 53.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer.
Vancouver
51 19 9       16
$2,200.00
$2,200.00
Section 66.—Liquor in Possession of Interdicted Person.
Cowichan-Newcastle:
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$50.00
Cranbrook:
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Fort George:
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Yale:
50.00 |      _
50.00
i
Totals-	
4 ;      i i       :    i
2
$100.00 j
$100.00
l 	
1 V 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 78A.—Application to padlock Premises.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Section 81.—Interdicted Person refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
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City  of Chilliwack 	
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City of Merritt _ 	
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APPENDIX C.
Regulations.
Regulations and amendments thereto made by the Liquor Control Board pursuant to the
provisions of section 119 of the " Government Liquor Act" during the period April 1st, 1936,
to March 31st, 1937, are as follows:—
Regulation No.
Subject.
Order in
Council
No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
41	
Sale of liquor to Consuls-General, who are citizens of the
country they represent and who are not engaged in
any other business or profession	
603
May 21, 1936, page 786.
REGULATION No. 41.
(B.C. Gazette reference, May 21st, 1936, page 786.)
Pursuant to the provisions of subsection (1) of section 119 of the " Government Liquor
Act," being chapter 146 of the " Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924," the following
Regulation shall be known as Regulation No. 41 of the Regulations of the Liquor Control
Board:—
"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
REGULATION No. 41.
1. Consuls-General who are citizens of the country they represent, and who are not engaged
in any other business or profession, may import liquor for their personal or family use free of
any tax under the " Government Liquor Act." REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 35
2. Consuls, other than 'Consuls-General, who are citizens of the country they represent,
and who are not engaged in any other business or profession and who are privileged of free
entry and exemption from taxes on liquor by the Government of the Dominion of Canada on
their first arrival, may at such time import liquor for their personal or family use free of any
tax under the " Government "Liquor Act."
PRICE-LISTS.
Orders in Council passed and affecting price-lists during the period April 1st 1936, to
March 31st, 1937, are as follows:—
Price-list.
0.C No.
Date
approved.
Remarks.
No. 1.
316
24-3-36
vision   for   Issue
No.   5.
446
21-4-36
Addition.
695
11-6-36
Amendment.
771
27-6-36
Addition.
789
30-6-36
Addition.
829
10-7-36
Addition.
933
5-8-36
Addition.
1153
14-10-36
Addition.
45
12-1-37
Amendment.
61
15-1-37
Amendment.
159
16-2-37
Addition.
277
17-3-37
Amendment.
No. 3.
Beer, Ale, and Stout (British Columbia and Eastern Canadian)....
_  1024
4-9-36
Amendment.
1084
23-9-36
Amendment   and
addition.
1366
24-11-36
Amendment.
129
9-2-37
Amendment.
No. 8.
Pure Grain  Alcohol for Hospitals which are not exempt from
payment of sales tax and are in receipt of Government aid;
and the University of British Columbia for scientific purposes ...
828
10-7-36
Amendment. V 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board
as at March 31st, 1937.
Premises.
Lease.
Monthly
Rental.
City or Town.
Date of
Expiry.
Duration.
Remarks.
Administrative Offices.
Victoria:
Rooms 400b, 410-418, and 423,
	
$270.00
600.00
Warehouses.
Victoria, 1019 Wharf Street
water, and janitor service.
Vancouver:
847-863 Beatty Street
L.C.B. property.
869 Beatty Street
200.00
50.00
35.00
Government Liquor Stores.
30-9-40
30-11-38
5 years
3 years
ment   Liquor   Store,   869   Beatty   Street,
forms part, is leased at a rental of $375
per month ;   proportion of rental charged
against warehouse is $200 per month, and
against   Government   Liquor   Store,   869
Beatty   Street,   $175   per   month.     (See
also Government Liquor Store, 869 Beatty
Street.)
Atlin         _
L.C.B. property ;  living-quarters rented, $5
31-5-37
31-8-39
31-7-38
30-9-38
31-3-38
3 years
3 years
3 years
5 years
3 years
30.00
35.00
75.00
35.00
50.00
30.00
30.00
20.00
30.00
50.00
60.00
55.00
35.00
35.00
50.00
40.00
40.00
•   25.00
20.00
15.00
60.00
per month.
'
$5 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
30-9-37
7 years
Field  	
30-6-38
3 years
31-8-37
7 years
Monthly tenancy.
30-6-41
5 years
40.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30-11-39
31-7-40
3 years
5 years
50.00
31.00
20.00
30-11-40
1
10 years
175.00
$15 per month, plus half heating costs. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1936-37.
V 37
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board
as at March 31st, 1937—Continued.
Premises.
Lease.
Monthly
Rental.
City or Town.
Date of
Expiry.
Duration.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores
—Continued.
30-9-46
28-2-38
31-10-40
10 years
$200.00
30.00
40.00
100.00
25.00
3 years
5 years
Nanaimo    	
Monthly tenancy.
55.00
40.00
30.00
50.00
50.00
60.00
90.00
25.00
45.00
15.00
40.00
35.00
65.00
25.00
35.00
20.00
125.00
275.00
425.00
425.00
500.00
175.00
150.00
200.00
275.00
225.00
250.00
75.00
35.00
30.00
Monthly tenancy.
Princeton        	
30-11-39
30-11-37
28-2-43
30-4-40
4 years
Monthly tenancy.
3 years
7 years
First 2 years.
Subsequent 5 years.
Monthly tenancy ;   includes heat.
4 years
Monthly tenancy.
$10 per month.
water.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Salmon Arm _  	
31-7-38
31-8-41
31-5-37
31-7-45
30-9-45
31-7-40
28-2-42
30-11-38
30-9-41
3 years
Monthly tenancy.
Trail  ... _.„_  _
Vancouver:
833 Pender Street West 	
5 years
1 year
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
7 years
10 years
Includes heat and water.
230 Hastings Street East.      j
Rear 238 Hastings St. East j
822-826 Hornby Street 	
Includes heat, except rear premises.
214-6-8 Carrall Street 	
869 Beatty Street	
775 Davie Street 	
leased at a total rental of $375 per month.
Proportion   of    rental   charged   against
store $175 per month, and against warehouse $200 per month.     (See also warehouse. )
Victoria:
Second 2 years.
Last 3 years.
634 Humboldt Street ___	
Yahk        	
	
I
1
per month. V 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Statement op Prescriptions issued by Physicians and honoured at Government Liquor
Stores and Druggists during Period April 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1937.
Vancouver Physicians.
Victoria Physicians.
Outside
Physicians.
Month.
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1936.
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4
2
12
19
16
21
3
1
16
24
1
19
26
4
4
31
24
35
May  	
28
June   	
3
12
i
16
3
19
22
3
16
19
July  	
4
8
i
13
2
12
14
5
28
33
August   _	
8
11
19
18
18
2
22
24
September   	
8
8
16
6
6
7
24
31
October   	
5
17
22
1
11
12
5
31
36
November 	
1
10
11
1
24
25
43
43
10
10
20
4
45
_
49
6
60
66
1937.
3
3
16
18
19
21
2
15
23
15
25
2
2
55
21
57
February  ___
23
March.  	
9
38
47
1
5
1        ....
6
32
32
Totals.	
60
179
2
241
18
218
1
....    | 237
I
40
387
427
Statement of Permits.issued from April 1st, 1936, to March 31st, 1987.
Description.
Number
issued.
Price.
Amount.
199,096
81
34
33
8
f   701
{   695
$0.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
1.00
2.00
$49,774.00
11   (6)       	
20.25
8.50
11 (6)     	
8.25
2.00
701.00
1,390.00
Tr>f-„1
$51,904.00 APPENDIX C—Continued.
CHART ILLUSTRATING SALE OF LIQUOR AND ADMINISTRATION OF " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT" BY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.
SALE OF LIQUOR (INCLUDING S
a licensees).
administration.
licences issued.
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