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 GOVERNMENT LIQUOK ACT."
TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE
Liquor Control Board
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOE   THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST, 1932, TO MARCH 31ST, 1933
printed by
authority of the legislative assembly.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles P. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.  To His Honour J. W. Fordham Johnson,
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, 1933.
R. H. POOLEY,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., 1933. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., September 15th, 1933.
The Honourable R. H. Pooley, K.C,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control Board for
the period ended March 31st, 1933.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. P. KENNEDY,
Chairman. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
The Board presents the Twelfth Annual Report, covering the operations from April 1st,
1932, to March 31st, 1933.
On May 31st, 1932, a change occurred in the constitution of the Liquor Control Board,
whereby Mr. Henry Broughton Thomson, Chairman, and Mr. AArilliam Joseph Baird, member,
resigned therefrom, and pursuant to the provisions of section 102 of the " Government Liquor
Act," as enacted by section 10 of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act, 1932,"
Mr. AVilliam Farris Kennedy was appointed Chairman of the Board as from June 1st, 1932.
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 1 Statement of Accounts for the periods April 1st,
Trading Account -        1932. to September 30th, 1932, and October
Profit and Loss Account J 1st, 1932, to March 31st, 1933.
APPENDIX B.—LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1st, 1932, to March 31st, 1933.
APPENDIX C—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, 1932, to March 31st, 1933.
Chart illustrating by Electoral Districts the Sale of Liquor and the Administration of the
" Government Liquor Act."
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT AMENDMENT ACT, 1933."
At the 1933 session of the Legislature amendments to the " Government Liquor Act" were
passed in respect of the following sections:—
Section 11 was amended to provide for a fee of 25 cents for an individual liquor permit
instead of $2.    This amendment became effective on April 18th, 1933.
Section 27 was amended to make further provision for the sale of beer by the unopened
bottle in premises covered by a beer licence for consumption elsewhere than on the licensed
premises.
Section 51 was amended to enable the holder of a beer licence to maintain in or on the
outside of the premises specified in the licence a sign displaying the words " Licensed Premises."
Section 115 was amended in conformity to the amendment to section 118. This amendment
became effective on April 1st, 1933.
Section 118 was amended by striking out subsections (2), (3), and (4), thereby discontinuing the provisions for the payment of a portion of the profits derived under the " Government
Liquor Act" to various municipalities.    This amendment became effective on April 1st, 1933.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES.
During the period under review arrangements were made to vacate the premises occupied
as Government Liquor Stores at Greenwood and Michel. At Greenwood the Government Liquor
Store was transferred to premises situate in the Provincial Court-house, and at Michel more
suitable and up-to-date premises were obtained. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
On June 1st, 1932, the Board established a Government Liquor Store at Coalmont, and on
June 20th a store was established at Parksville. In each instance the Board occupied premises
which had previously been used as a Government Liquor Store.
On December 28th, 1932, the Board purchased the premises occupied and used as a Government Liquor Store in the City of Kamloops. These premises were specially erected for the
Board in 1930 and were particularly adapted for the purpose of a Government Liquor Store.
The Board obtained a number of reductions in rentals in respect of premises occupied, such
reductions during the period under review amounting in the aggregate to $3,660 per annum.
For particulars in regard to leases, rentals, etc., see Appendix C.
STAFF.
Owing to the great decrease in the volume of sales at Government Liquor Stores, the Board
found itself with a great number of employees in Government Liquor AArarehouses and Stores
throughout the Province in excess of those actually required, and to meet this situation a
number of members of the staff were placed on part-time employment. This policy has been
found to be very satisfactory, as, although the salaries paid in consequence have been small,
it has nevertheless afforded a large number of persons employment whose services might otherwise have been dispensed with and considerable hardship caused thereby. The Board takes this
opportunity of expressing its appreciation of the co-operation and loyalty of the members of the
staff during a period of economic depression, and when many difficulties had to be overcome.
STOCKS.
The value of the stocks of liquor on hand at March 31st, 1933, amounted to $769,802.54,
being a decrease of $393,597.14 under the inventory figure of the fiscal year immediately
preceding.
SALES.
The total sales of $8,607,316.70 show a decrease under the previous period of $3,146,625.69.
Classification of Sales.
Wines and Spirits—
Spirits:   Rye   AVhisky,   Bourbon   Whisky,   Scotch
Whisky,   Irish   Whisky,   Brandy,   Gin,   Rum,
Alcohol      $4,340,467.15
Liqueurs :  Cocktails, Vermouth, and Bitters         112,092.45
    $4,452,559.60
Port, Sherry, and Still Burgundy        $110,065.25
Champagnes and Sparkling AVines   52,645.75
Clarets and Sauternes   25,695.25
        188,406.25
British Empire AArines—
British Columbia       $258,456.95
Australia  46,423.40
Ontario   15,705.40
South Africa   33,390.60
 353,976.35
Oriental Liquors          185,937.55
Malt Liquor—
British Columbia Beer, Ale, and Stout—
To Licensees    $2,179,469.70
To Permit-holders       1,085,331.30
Eastern Canadian Beer and Ale, and Dutch Lager
Beer  (Imported)     60,615.45
British (Imported) Ale and Stout          101,020.50
      3,426,436.95
Total    $8,607,316.70 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33. I 7
Due to the economic depression the volume of sales show considerable decrease under the
year immediately preceding. The purchasing-power of the public was lessened to a considerable
extent and the total sales show a decrease of 26.77 per cent.
British Columbia wines continue to meet with popular demand in the stores throughout the
Province.
It is interesting to note that British Empire wines decreased ■ only 10.41 per cent, as
compared with the previous year.
A revision of the Board's Price-list No. 1 (Wines, Spirits, and Liqueurs) became effective
on December 1st, 1932, and the benefits obtained by various reductions in costs were passed on
to the public.
DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX.
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period under review
amounted to $1,763,741.84, the details of which are as follows:—
Duty    $1,197,441.25
Excise         317,333.57
Sales tax        248,967.02
Total  $1,763,741.84
The Convention of the 15th day of December, 1932, between Canada and France, called
"The Franco-Canadian Convention of 1932," was abrogated on June 15th, 1932, and in consequence the duties on brandies, wines, etc., from Prance were increased on and after that date.
INSURANCE.
Fire. .
During the period under review a very serious fire occurred in the town of Stewart, and due
to the efforts of the Fire Brigade and the citizens the Government Liquor Store was saved;
however, a small loss from the fire amounting to $50.74 occurred. The loss was covered by
insurance.
Burglaries.
Burglaries and attempted burglaries at the following Government Liquor Stores occurred
during the period under review:—
Value, including Cash,
Date. Store. ■ Goods stolen, and
1932. Equipment damaged.
June  8.    214 Carrall Street, Vancouver  (attempted) :        Nil
June 21.    Duncan       $621.50
July   1.    Greenwood      1,147.50
July 17.    North Arancouver   4.74
July 25.    Nelson (attempted)  :         Nil
Oct.    1.    Powell River         131.22
Oct. 25.    Duncan (attempted)           Nil
Nov. 21.    Cloverdale           41.44
Dec. 20.    Parksville       338.23
1933.
Jan.    2.    Merritt (attempted)          Nil
Mar.   7.    775 Davie Street, ATancouver         89.48
Under the terms of insurance carried, all the above losses due to burglary were settled in
full, as was also the claim for $1,510.26 in connection with the burglary at the Government
Liquor Store, 775 Davie Street, Arancouver, which occurred on March 26th, 1932, and mentioned
in the Eleventh Annual Report.
In addition to the above, a small loss occurred at the Government Liquor Store at Nelson
through pilferage, amounting to $10.70.
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, I i
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
to be accounted for as part of the general revenue of the Province, and amounted to $96,862,
being a decrease of $31,760.25 under the previous year.
Effective February 1st, 1933, the fee for a special permit issued under clause (d) of section
11 of the " Government Liquor Act" to purchase any other kind of liquor than wine manufactured or produced in the Province from fruit grown in the Province, and malt liquor, was
reduced from $5 to $2.
LICENCES.
SUMMARY.
The following summary indicates the number of licences issued and licences transferred
during the period under review:—
Licences issued.
In respect of
Year 1932.
In respect of
Year 1933.
Total.
11
5
2
303
54
29
2
9
314
59
31
2
Brewers' licences •.	
9
18
397
415
Licences transferred.
In respect of
Year 1932.
In respect of
Year 1933.
Total.
19
4
2
23
2
19
6
25
DISTILLERS' LICENCES.
(Subsection (1), Section 63b.)
Distillers' Licences issued in respect of the Year 1933.
Name ol Firm. Place of Business.
British Columbia Distillery Co., Ltd New AArestminster.
United Distillers, Ltd Arancouver.
BREWERS' LICENCES.
(Subsection (2), Section 63b.)
Brewers' Licences issued in respect of the Year 1933.
Name of Firm. Place of Business.
Victoria-Phoenix Brewing Co. (1920), Ltd :. Victoria.
Kootenay Breweries.'Ltd Nelson.
Cranbrook Brewing Co., Ltd Cranbrook.
The Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing Co., Ltd Fernie.
A'ancouver Malt & Sake Brewing Co., Ltd Arancouver.
Xavier Holdener .» Revelstoke.
Princeton Brewing Co., Ltd Princeton.
Vancouver Breweries, Ltd Arancouver.
AVestminster Brewery, Ltd New Westminster. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
LICENCES SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED.
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review was as
follows:— Suspended. Cancelled.
Beer licences       9 	
Club licences       2 1
Veterans' club licences   	
PLEBISCITES.
Pursuant to the provisions of the "Liquor-control Plebiscites Act" (chapter 147, R.S.B.C.
1924), plebiscites were conducted in the undermentioned electoral districts in respect of the sale
of beer by the glass or open bottle under section 27 of the " Government Liquor Act," with the
following results:—
Date of
Poll.
Electoral District.
Polling Division.
Result.
Affirmative.
Negative.
Date of Publication
in B.C. Gazette of
Proclamation making Sec. 27 of the
" Government
Liquor Act" apply.
1932.
June
22
June
22
June
24
July
7
Aug.
10
Aug.
20
Sept.
3
Sept.
20
Sept.
21
Nov.
9
Kaslo-Slocan	
Delta	
Esquimalt	
Salmon Arm	
North Vancouver	
North Okanagan	
Kamloops	
Cranbrook	
Delta	
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Ainsworth	
White Rock	
Esquimalt	
Sicamous	
Capilano	
Armstrong	
North Kamloops
Kingsgate	
Aldergrove	
Riverside	
44
114
1,152
30
135
370
34
25
42
42
138
539
54
159
248
90
4
61
37
Aug. 11, 1932
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Sept. 29, 1932
Nil
Sept. 29,  1932
Nil
Nil
In the British Columbia Gazette dated September 29th, 1932 (page 1455), appears an
amended statement of the results of the vote taken under the " Liquor-control Plebiscites Act"
on February 20th, 1932, in the Oliver Polling Division of the Similkameen Electoral District,
which indicates that the result of the plebiscite is as follows: Affirmative, 70; negative, 151.
The result of the plebiscite as shown on page N 9 of the Eleventh Annual Report is herewith
corrected.
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 1,619, being a decrease of 760 under the previous period; 929
persons were sent to gaol, a decrease of 347 under the previous period.
Five individual liquor permits were cancelled during the period under section 18 of the
" Government Liquor Act."
TAXATION PROVISIONS.
The sum of $763.12 was collected during the period as tax on liquor not purchased at a
Government Liquor Store, in accordance with the provisions of section 64 of the " Government
Liquor Act."
INTERDICTION.
Interdiction orders made pursuant to the provisions of section 66 of the " Government
Liquor Act" numbered 150, being an increase of 12 over the previous year.
One hundred and eleven orders of revocation of orders of interdiction were made by
interdiction officials pursuant to the provisions of section 68 of the Act, this number being an
increase of 28 over the previous year. I 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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. 449 April 22, 1932.
No. 942 Aug. 17, 1932.
No. 1258 : Nov. 9, 1932.
No. 98 Jan. 26, 1933.
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT.
During the period under review the Inspection Department has given efficient service in
assisting the holders of beer licences, club licences, and veterans' club licences in the proper
conduct and management of their premises. The Department has been able to advise licensees
in the matter of enlargement or alterations of their premises, and wherever possible improvements have been made in those hotels in which beer licences have been granted, in improving
the buildings and furnishing thereof, thereby giving better service in regard to accommodation
to the travelling public. The following inspections of licensed premises have been carried out
during the period :—
Premises covered by beer licences   1,278
Premises covered by club licences      158
Premises covered by veterans' club licences      228
The Department has been able to co-operate with the Municipal,  Provincial,  and Royal,
Canadian Mounted Police Forces in regard to the enforcement of the provisions of the " Government Liquor Act," and in many instances in regard to giving information which has come
to hand in regard to infractions of the Federal Statutes in respect to the manufacture and
traffic in illicit liquor.
The Board wishes to take this opportunity of expressing its thanks for the co-operation
and good-will which exists between the Board and the various police forces.
ACCOUNTING.
Appendix A contains the financial statements for the six-monthly periods ended September
30th, 1932, and March 31st, 1933, as required by the Statute. For convenience, however, a
consolidation of the Trading and Profit and Loss Accounts for the fiscal year 1932-33 has been
compiled, as follows :— REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DISTRIBUTION OP PROFITS.
The distribution of the year's profits was as follows:—■
Net Profits.
Reserve.
Municipalities.
Consolidated
Amount.
O.C. No.
Amount.
O.C. No.
Revenue.
April 1, 1932, to  Sept.
30, 1932     	
$1,060,634.35
1,164,238.96
$2,224,873.31
$10.00
10.00
1396/32
701/33
$243,943.60
267,772.66
1404/32
1045/33
$816,680.75
Oct. 1, 1932, to March
31, 1933     	
.896,456.30
$20.00
$511,716.26
$1,713,137.05  APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank     $5,570.30
In   transit   124,817.03
In Provincial Treasury  897,858.61
 $1,028,245.94
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE  344.03
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC         '105,730.00
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY   939,192.19
REAL ESTATE  (LAND)     31,365.00
BUILDINGS   (LESS DEPRECIATION)       90,132.33
EQUIPMENT   {LESS  DEPRECIATION)     7,244.56
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES  (LESS DEPRECIATION)     34,668.93
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance    $20,590.09
Guarantee bonds   851.56
  21,441.65
$2,267,364.63
W. F. KENNEDY, D.  R. MACFARLANE,
Chairman. Chief Accountant. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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SEPTEMBER 30th, 1932.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
RESERVE FUND 	
LIABILITIES.
$156,650.28
1,050,080.00
$1,206,730.28
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT  (UNDIVIDED PROFITS) :      1,060,634.35
$2,267,304.63
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended September 30th, 1932,
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.
Victoria, B.C., February 2Srd, 1933.
J. A.  CRAIG,  C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia. I 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK ON HAND, MARCH 31st, 1932  .:    $1,163,399.68
„    MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED         2,902,937.95
„    OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries and wages      $52,744.55
Rents     8,605.00
Insurance      2,892.29
Telegraph and telephone   416.16
Light, water, and fuel   860.69
Depreciation     5,302.85
Sundries   4,086.96
     $74,908.50
VENDORS:
Salaries and wages   $152,873.25
Rents          36,582.12
Insurance   7,890.12
Telegraph and telephone   1,812.18
Light, water, and fuel  3,314.91
Depreciation     7,234.75
Sundries   5,762.67
 215,470.00
         290,378.50
,,     HEAD  OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries   $41,662.88
Travelling expenses   3,193.40
Rent       2,580.00
Telegraph and telephone   983.12
Light, water, and fuel   102.00
Printing and stationery   6,239.47
Postage and express  3,354.42
Bank  charges    118.60
Guarantee bonds  396.00
Employees' group insurance   4,081.43
Depreciation  642.40
Sundries   5,315.58
  68,669.30
„    BALANCE CARRIED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT       1,080,537.61
$5,505,923.04 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1932.
BY  SALES TO PERMIT-HOLDERS     $3,284,405.47
„     SALES TO BEER LICENSEES       1,270,357.40
    $4,554,762.87
„    OTHER INCOME :
Interest  $1,188.39
Rents     6,731.62
Premium on U.S. currency  3,173.27
Miscellaneous     874.70
„     STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY  :	 I 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES  $21,641.20
„    MAINTENANCE OF PRISONERS         1,251.76
„    PLEBISCITES   (BEER)           1,370.57
  $24,263.53
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1932       1,060,634.35
$1,084,897.88
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND   $10.00
„    CONSOLIDATED  REVENUE         1,637,783.17
    $1,637,793.17
„    BALANCE CARRIED TO BALANCE-SHEET       1,060,634.35
$2,698,427.52 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33. I 19
PERIOD APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1932.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT     $1,080,537.61
„ CLUB LICENCES      $600.00
„ BEER LICENCES   3,150.00
„ LICENCE TRANSFER FEES        350.00
„     TAX REALIZED UNDER SECTION 64, " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT "       260.27
  4,360.27
$1,084,897.88
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD    $1,637,793.17
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1932       1,060,634.35
$2,698,427.52 I 20 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank    $6,090.69
In transit to bank   75,000.00
In transit to Provincial Treasury  .*  92,450.83
In Provincial Treasury      1,138,026.12
    $1,311,567.64
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE  421.50
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC  104,405.00
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY  769,802.54
REAL ESTATE   (LAND)     31,365.00
BUILDINGS   (LESS DEPRECIATION)     99,207.56
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)    5,162.55
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES  (LESS DEPRECIATION)   _  30,390.73
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance      $19,343.08
Guarantee   bonds    _■  445.12
  19,788.20
$2,372,110.72
W. F.  KENNEDY, D.  R.  MACFARLANE,
Chairman. Chief Accountant. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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MARCH 31st, 1933.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS   PAYABLE          $157,781.76
RESERVE FUND       1,050,090.00
$1,207,871.76
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT  (UNDIVIDED PROFIT)         1,164,238.96
$2,372,110.72
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended March 31st, 1933,
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., May 23rd, 1933. APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1932        $939,192.19
„    MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED      2,525,432.76
„    OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries and wages     $53,314.10
Rents     8,605.00
Insurance            2,896.58
Telegraph and telephone  498.16
Light, water, and fuel   1,314.29
Depreciation     5,316.50
Sundries      3,223.49
 $75,168.12
VENDORS:
Salaries and wages   $137,083.17
Rents          35,280.97
Insurance      8,091.38
Telegraph and telephone          1,811.17
Light, water, and fuel         8,499.88
Depreciation            7,308.08
Sundries  4,045.28
 202,119.93
  277.28S.05
„    HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
Administrative salaries   $37,726.09
Travelling expenses   3,215.40
Rent    2,340.00
Telegraph and telephone   1,027.80
Light, water, and fuel   100.00
Printing and stationery   6,788.34
Postage and express   3,265.33
Bank  charges    114.41
Guarantee  bonds    396.00
Employees' group insurance   4,012.92
Depreciation     664.34
Sundries   1,804.56
  61,455.19
„    BALANCE CARRIED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT,      1,028,496.34
$4,831,864.53 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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OCTOBER 1st, 1932, TO MARCH 31st, 1933.
BY SALES TO PERMIT-HOLDERS     $3,143,441.53
„     SALES TO BEER LICENSEES   909,112.30
 $4,052,553.83
„    OTHER INCOME:
Interest     $980.73
Rents     6,837.22
Premium on U.S. currency   556.18
Miscellaneous    :  1,134.03
  9,508.16
„     STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY   769,802.54
$4,831,864.53 I 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO  LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES $20,171.83
„    MAINTENANCE OF PRISONERS        1,352.12
„    PLEBISCITES  (BEER)     122.03
 $21,645.98
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1933       1,164,238.96
$1,185,884.94
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND   $10.00
„     CONSOLIDATED  REVENUE    '.       1,060,624.35
    $1,060,634.35
„    BALANCE   CARRIED   TO  BALANCE-SHEET          1,164,238.96
1,224,873.31 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1932, TO MARCH 31st, 1933.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT     $1,028,496.34
CLUB  LICENCES     $13,300.00
BEER LICENCES  :. -  127,550.00
BREWERS' LICENCES         7,469.35
DISTILLERS' LICENCES         8,321.40
LICENCE   TRANSFER   FEES     245.00
TAX REALIZED UNDER SECTION 64, " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT ".... 502.85
  157,388.60
$1,185,884.94
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE  BROUGHT  FORWARD       $1,060,634.35
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1933       1,164,238.96
1,224,873.31 ■
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B.
Summary op Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act."
Description of Offence.
Disposition.
o3
I—!
rjl
C 3
0) 0
c
^_-
£
m m
GO
3
£
rat1
fcg
St
Section 12.
Allowing permit to be used by an
other person  	
Section 26.
Infraction of Regulation No. 22
(club licences)   	
Section 27.
Infraction of Regulation No. 28
(beer licences)  	
Section 28.
Selling or offering liquor for sale
Giving liquor for consideration....
Exposing or keeping liquor for sale
Section 32.
Purchasing or attempting to pur- ]
chase  liquor     j.
Taking liquor for consideration . 1
Section 34-
Consumption of unsealed liquor	
Section 35.
Possession of unsealed liquor	
Section 37.
Consuming liquor in a public place
Section 38.
Drunk In a public place	
Section 39.
Sales to persons under the influence
of  liquor  	
Section 40.
Supplying liquor to a minor	
Section £1,
Disqualified persons (Indian Act)
unlawfully upon premises of Government Liquor Store	
107
53
15
1,283
25
120
16
29
1
1
1
2
56
35
1
1
1
17
34
5
7
804
251
1
5
15
2
73
$50.00
50.00
250.00
10,525.00
50.00
50.00
1,770.00
325.00
6,475.00
50.00
5,200.00
$1,850.00
$50.00
50.00
250.00
10,525.00
50.00
50.00
1,770.00
325.00
8,325.00
50.00
5,200.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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APPENDIX
Summary op Prosecutions under the
B—Continued.
" Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Description of Offence.
Disposition.
Section 42.
Supplying  liquor  to  person  whose
permit has been cancelled	
Section 43.
Supplying liquor to an  interdicted
person 	
Section 44.
Interdicted person making appli- *
cation for permit 	
Interdicted person upon licensed
premises 	
Section 46.
Improper use of permit..
Section 47.
Permitting  drunkenness	
Giving liquor to a person under
influence of liquor 	
Section 48.
Keeping or consuming liquor in any
part of an inn other than a
private guest-room 	
Section 40.
Consumption   of  liquor   in   an   unlicensed club 	
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 52.
Unlawfully acting as agent for the
purchase or sale of liquor	
Section 53.
Selling or dealing in beer or near-
beer 	
19
24
34
o CJ
21
10
22
10
$50.00
900.00
50.00
150.00
200.00
810.00
200.00
1,175.00
3,000.00
i.OO
$50.00
900.00
50.00
150.00
200.00
860.00
100.00
200.00
1,175.00
3,000.00 I 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Summary op Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
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0
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0 cj
£0
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0
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Section 5.}A.
Illegal possession of seals 	
1
1
7
1
7
1
1
1
1
1
4
5
1
1
2
1
Section 64.
$50.00
125.00
$50.00
125 00
Section 66 (2).
Liquor in possession of interdicted
Section 78a.
Application to padlock premises	
Section 81.
Interdicted   person   refusing   information as to source of supply	
50.00
50.00
Section 83.
Interdicted   person   a   compellable
Totals	
1,619
129
68
929
419
74
$31,655.00
$1,900.00
$33,555.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled prom Monthly Reports received prom Police (Section 121).
Section 12.—Allowing Permit to be used by Another Person.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
<tH     .
O 73
OJ
,<=3
•a
Oj Oj
cjt
gg
a »
T3
CD
EO
DO
l/i   ■
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cr
fa
ci
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collected.
a
rt
_ 0J
£1
=3
c
Eh
Comox :
i
i| 	
!|   	
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
Totals    	
21   ......
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
Section 26.—Infraction of Regulation No. 22 (Club Licences).
Esquimalt:
1
1
1|
1
1|   	
1
J       1
:;._.
,..•:.
Fernie :
-I                   1
$50.00
$50.00
Totals	
2.1   	
1
-1       1
1
11   ......
$50.00
$50.00
	
Section 27.—Infraction of Regulation No. 28 (Beer Licences).
Cowichan-Newcastle :
1
1
2|   	
1
1
1
1
$200.00
50.00
$200.00
Nanaimo :
50.00
Totals	
8|   	
1
11    ......
2
$250.00
$250.00
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale; giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale.
Atlin	
Chilliwack :
Balance of district	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
Municipality of North Cowichan..
Balance of district	
"Dewdney :
Municipality of Maple Ridge	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Balance of district	
Lillooet -~	
Mackenzie	
Nelson :
City of Nelson	
Prince Rupert :
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district	
2|
2
1|
1
2|
1
1
1|   	
1
1    	
1
2|
2
2|   	
2
21
1
1
1|
1
5]   	
4
1
21
2
4]   	
2|
2
1
2
1
11
1
3|   ......
1
2
	
1|
	
1
$300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
300.00
300.00
$300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
300.00
300.00 I 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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.
01
■3
a a
" B
c, m
OJ 3
OQ m
Cl
m
1
3
o
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CJ
CJ
_ cj
oj
+j
W Cl
oj ci
OS
&, a
Bail
estreated.
«
o
EH
Eichmond-Point Grey :
6
1
2
57
8
1
2
12
1
1
27
5
1
3
2
18
3
$925.00
$925.00
Similkameen :
600.00
5,400.00
900.00
600.00
5,400.00
Victoria :
900.00
Yale :
Totals	
107
16
56
35
$10,525.00
$10,525.00
Section 32.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor; taking Liquor for Consideration.
1     	
1
$50.00
$50.00
!|    1        1
Totals	
2I   	
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
	
Section 34-—Consumption of Unsealed Liquor.
Skeena
2       1 1
0.00
i       $50.00
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni	
Delta :
Municipality of Delta	
Fernie :
Balance of district	
Fort George :
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
Balance of district	
Mackenzie	
North Okanagan :
Balance of district	
Prince Rupert:
Balance of district	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond-
Skeena 	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
Vancouver 	
Yale :
Balance of district	
Totals..
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
3
1
3
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
3
1
2
28
12
2
16
1
1
53
2
17
34
$70.00
50.00
200.00
150.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
800.00 |
50.00
$1,770.00 |
$70.00
50.00
200.00
150.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
800.00
50.00
$1,770.00 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 37.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
'r~,Tj
"O
>d
O 3J
on
ot
a a
"B ft
OT
c
cu m
0
=2
o
Cariboo 	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Cranbrook :
Balance of district	
Creston 	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey
Fort George :
City of Prince George...
Similkameen :
Balance of district	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
Balance of district	
Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals	
$50.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
50.00
100.00
IS
2        1
$325.00
$50.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
50.00
100.00
$325.00
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Atlin 	
Burnaby 	
Cariboo 	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwhack	
Balance of district :	
Columbia   	
Comox :
City of Courtenay	
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
City of Ladysmith	
Municipality of North Cowichan
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district	
Creston 	
Delta:
Municipality of Surrey ...
Municipality of Langley	
Municipality of Delta	
Dewdney :
Municipality of Coquitlam	
Balance of district	
Esquimau :
Municipality of Esquimalt	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Balance of district	
$200.00
75.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
75.00
25.00
75.00
25.00
25.00
150.00
75.00
25.00
100.00
25.00
75.00
100.00
125.00
150.00 j
$50.00
$200.00
125.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
75.00
25.00
75.00
25.00
25.00
150.00
75.00
25.00
100.00
25.00
75.00
100.00
125.00
150.00 I 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled prom Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Fort George:
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Grand Forks-Greenwood :
City of Grand Forks	
Balance of district	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Kaslo-Slocan :
City of Kaslo	
Balance of district	
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
Balance of district	
Nelson  	
New Westminster 	
North  Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Balance of district	
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver	
Municipality of West Vancouver
Omineca 	
Prince Rupert :
City of Prince Rupert	
Balance of district	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Rossland	
City of Trail	
Balance of district	
Saanich  —	
Salmon Arm :
City of Salmon Arm	
Balance of district	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton	
Balance of district	
Skeena	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Municipality of Oak Bay	
Yale :
City of Merritt	
Municipality of Kent	
Balance of district	
Totals	
Disposition.
5s
if.
5
2
1
10
2
1
7
11
11
2
23
33
20
1
7
1
3
73
2
12
4
14
9
9
6
774
42
1
22
L283
ci o
UI3
a a
CJ cj
a -S.
126
126
•
m
ci
0
o>
1-1 u,
ci
■~
it
0
fe
13
29
16
10
.12
1
2
3
43
1
537
35
1
1
1
14
804
11
54
2511  73
I
$125.00
50.00 [
25.00
75.00
50.00
25.00
100.00
275.00
150.00
50.00
150.00
300.00
225.00
50.00
25.00
600.00
50.00
50.00
100.00 1
125.00
50.00
25.00
50.00
200.00
100.00
200.00
125.00
1,100.00
150.00
25.00
25.00
200.00
$275.00
75.00
25.00
1,475.00
25.00
1,350.00
50.00
$1,850.00
$125.00
50.00
25.00
75.00
50.00
25.00
100.00
275.00
150.00
50.00
150.00
575.00
225.00
125.00
25.00
600.00
50.00
75.00
100.00
125.00
50.00
25.00
50.00
225.00
100.00
200.00
125.00
2,450.00
200.00
25.00
25.00
200.00
$8,325.00 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 39.—Sales to Persons under the Influence of Liquor.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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cj
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CJ
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9
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Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
Section 40.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
Cowichan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Fort George :
City of Prince George	
Balance of district	
Mackenzie 	
North  Okanagan :
City of Vernon	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Rossland	
City of Trail...	
Salmon Arm :
Balance of district-	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton..
Skeena 	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale :
Municipality of Kent	
Totals	
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
2
1
2
15
$300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
2,200.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
$5,200.00
$300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
2,200.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
$5,200.00
Section 11.—Disqualified Persons (Indian Act) unlaivfully upon Premises of
Government Liquor Store.
Chilliwack :
City of  Chilliwack..
Yale:
Balance of district..
Totals	
1 1    	
2      2
3 1      2
Section A2.—Supplying Liquor to Person tohose Permit has been cancelled.
Kaslo-Slocan :
Balance of District..
1      1
$50.00
$50.00 I 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled prom Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section A3.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
O <J1
CJ
■ ,J1
•a
a, Cl
CJT3
a a
O CJ
a 5?
cj a
Ui to
OS
a
ID
S
•a
CJ
a
S
0)
4-1
0)
ci
aj o
as
Bail
estreated.
rt
4-1
O
Eh
Alberni:
City of Alberni	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
2
1
1
1
1
i
1
1
2
1
3
$600.00
$600.00
Rossland-Trail:
City of Rossland	
Victoria :
300.00
300.00
Totals	
6
i
2
$900.00
$900.00
Section Alt.—Interdicted Person making Application for Permit; Interdicted Person
upon Licensed Premises.
Rossland-Trail:
City of Rossland..
$50.00
$50.00
Section A6.—Improper Use of Permit.
Lillooet 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria..
Totals-	
4      1 3
1      I     	
5      21 3
$150.00
$150.00
$150.00
$150.00
Section 17.—Permitting Drunkenness; giving Liquor to a Person under
Influence of Liquor.
Columbia   	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey..
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo	
New Westminster 	
Vancouver  	
Totals	
1[   1     	
1|  1
1.1  1    ...... 1
1|          1|	
2|  |    ...... 2
61          II        1 4
$50.00
50.00
100.00
$200700
$50.00
50.00
100.00
T200.00
Section 48.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than
a Private Guest-room.
Cranbrook 	
Fernie :
City of Fernie	
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
New Westminster 	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert-
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals-	
5
1
4
2
2
4
1
3
5
4
1
1
1
2
2
1
19
1
1
16
$200.00
110.00
150.00
200.00
50.00
100.00
$50.00
$810.00 | $50.00
$200.00
110.00
150.00
250.00
50.00
100.00
00 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
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APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled prom Monthly Reports received prom Police—Continued.
Section Jt9.—Consumption of Liquor in an Unlicensed Club.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
CD
03
73
cj
■d
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CJ
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fl fl
fl   ■
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rt
w o
rt
^
<D
CJ
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fl m
tt) 3
CC w
3
a
s
SAoi
as
SI
o
2
2
$100.00
$100.00
Section 50.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Delta :
Municipality of Delta-
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert-
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Yale:
Balance of district	
Totals	
1   1
1   1
1   1
1   1
4  "     ZI 4
$50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
$200.00
$50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
$200.00
Section 50a.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni..
Burnaby 	
Cranbrook:
Balance of district—
Kamloops :
City of Kamloops	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke..'...
Skeena 	
Vancouver 	
Totals-
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
2
2
15
1
14
24
2
22
£50.00
50.00
50.00
175.00
150.00
700.00
$1,175.00
$50.00
50.00
50.00
175.00
150.00
| 700.00
$1,175.00
Section 52.—Unlawfully acting as Agent for the Purchase or Sale of Liquor.
Vancouver
Section 53
.—Selling
or dealing
in Beer 01
• Near-beer
Cranbrook:
1
1
1
1
1
29
34
l
1
1
1
l
1
18
Fort George :
Kaslo-Slocan :
I
Richmond-Point Grey :
10
South Okanagan :
Balance of district	
$3,000.00
$3,000.00
Totals	
3
21
10
$3,000.00
$3,000.00 I 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled prom Monthly Reports received prom Police—Continued.
Section 5Aa.—Illegal Possession of Seals.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Section Hlf.—Failure to report Liquor.
Mackenzie
$50.00
$50.00
Section 66 (2).—Liquor in Possession of Interdicted Person.
Alberni:
City of Port AlbernL.
Fort George :
Balance of district-
Mackenzie 	
Revelstoke:
City of Revelstoke—
Salmon Arm :
City of Salmon Arm-
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals	
2   2     	
1           1 ......
1          1     	
1   1     	
1   1
1   1
7 ...~        1         I 2
$75.00
50.00
"$125.00 |
$75.00
50.00
$125.00
Section 78a.—Application to Padlock Premises.
Vancouver
1             1
Section 81.—Interdicted Person refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
Alberni:
5
1
1
1
4
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
Delta :
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail	
Totals	
7
1
5
1
$50.00
$50.00
Section 83.—Interdicted Person a Compellable Witness.
Lillooet
l           l REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
I 37
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, 1932, to March
31st, 1933, are as follows:—
Regulation No.
Subject.
Order in
Council No.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
37 (amendment)
28 (amendment)
37 (amendment)
7 (rescission)...
28 (amendment)
21 (amendment)
28 (amendment)
28 (amendment)
Form of advertisement re application for Veterans' Club Licence	
Hours of sale and consumption of
beer in City of Vancouver	
Hours of sale and consumption of
beer in City of Vancouver	
Form of physician's prescription	
Hours of sale and consumption of
beer, sundry districts .....
Hours of sale of liquor in Government Liquor Stores	
Hours of sale and consumption of
beer, sundry districts	
Hours of sale and consumption of
beer, Kaslo-Sloean District	
498/32
940/32
1016/32
1192/32
1218/32
1323/32
1407/32
337/33
Vol. LXXIL, No. 18, page 766.
Vol. LXXIL, No. 33, page 1263.
Vol. LXXIL, No. 36, page 1366.
Vol. LXXIL, No. 49, page 1801.
Vol. LXXIL, No. 44, page 1622.
Vol. LXXIL, No. 48, page 1768.
Vol. LXXIL, No. 52, page 1822.
Vol. LXXI1L, No. 13, page 441.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Regulation No. 37.
For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of subsection (1) of section 26a of the
" Government Liquor Act," being chapter 146 of the " Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924,"
as enacted by section 9 of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act, 1930," and amended by section 6 of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act, 1932," Regulation No. 37 of the Liquor
Control Board be amended by adding thereto the following, which shall be known as section (6) :—
(6.) Every advertisement of notice of application for a Veterans' Club Licence shall be in the
following form:—
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
.   Notice op Application foe a Veterans' Club Licence.
Notice is hereby given that, on the day of next, the  [full name of Club']  under
signed, intends to apply to the Liquor Control Board for a Veterans' Club Licence in respect of
premises situate at [No., street, locality] upon lands described as Lot No. , Block No. ,
Map No. , Land Registration District, in the Province of British Columbia, for the
sale of beer by the glass or by the open bottle to bona-fide members for consumption on the premises.
Dated this day of , 19        .
Applicant.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Re Amendment to Regulation No. 28.
Resolution No. A996.—Resolved, That Regulation No. 28 of the Regulations of the Liquor
Control Board, approved by Order in Council No. 113, dated February 2nd, 1925, and subsequent
amendments thereto, be amended as follows, effective as of September 1st, 1932:—
Paragraph (1) of clause (;') of section 2 of the said Regulation No. 28 is hereby amended by
adding the following after the word " week " :   " except as hereinafter provided."
Clause (j) of the said section 2 of the said Regulation No. 28 is hereby amended by adding the
following paragraph, which shall be known as paragraph  (7) :—
"(7.)  In the City of Vancouver at any time before 10.30 o'clock in the morning or after
11.30 o'clock at night upon any day of the week." I 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Amendment to Regulation No. 37.
Resolved, That Regulation No. 37 of the Regulations of the Liquor Control Board, approved by
Order in Council No. 808 on June 30th, 1930, and subsequent amendments thereto, be amended as
follows, effective as of September 12th, 1932:—
Paragraph (1) of clause (/) of section 3 of the said Regulation No. 37 is hereby amended by
adding the following after the word " week " :   " except as hereinafter provided."
Clause (f) of the said section 3 of the said Regulation No. 37 is hereby amended by adding the
following paragraph, which shall be known as paragraph (5) :—
"(5.)  In the City of Vancouver at any time before 10.30 o'clock in the morning or after
11.30 o'clock at night upon any day of the week."
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Re Rescission of Regulation No. 7.
Resolved, That, pursuant to the provisions of sections 2 and 22 of the " Government Liquor Act,"
being chapter 146 of the " Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1924," as amended by sections 2 and
4 of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act, 1932," Regulation No. 7 of the Liquor Control
Board is hereby repealed.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Re Amendment to Regulation No. 28.
Resolution No. 5088.—Resolved, That Regulation No. 28 of the Regulations of the Liquor Control
Board, approved by Order in Council No. 113, dated the 2nd February, 1925, and subsequent amendments thereto, be amended as follows, effective as of the 10th November, 1932:—
Paragraph (7) of clause (j) of section 2 of the said Regulation No. 28 is hereby amended by
striking out the following words in the first line thereof: " in the City of Vancouver" ; and by
substituting therefor the-following:—
" In the Electoral Districts of Atlin, Chilliwack, Comox, Cowichan-Newcastle, Cranbrook,
Dewdney, Esquimalt, Nanaimo, Prince Rupert, Rossland-Trail, and Vancouver City."
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Re Amendment to Regulation No. 21.
Resolution No. 5117.—Resolved, That pursuant to the provisions of section 119 of the " Government Liquor Act," and subject to the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, section (2)
of Regulation No. 21 of the Liquor Control Board be amended by deleting therefrom the following
words :—
" On every week-day, other than Saturday, and the regular weekly half-holiday, from 10 a.m. to
12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m."
And by substituting in lieu thereof the following:—
" On every week-day, other than Saturday, and the regular weekly half-holiday, from 9 a.m. to
12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m."
And be it further Resolved, That this amendment become effective on the 12th day of December,
1932.
And be it further Resolved, That the Secretary be instructed to forward a certified copy of this
resolution to the Honourable the Attorney-General.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Re Amendment to Regulation No. 28.
Resolution No. 5153.—Resolved, That Regulation No. 28 of the Regulations of the Liquor Control
Board, approved by Order in Council No. 113, dated February 2nd, 1925, and subsequent amendments
thereto, be amended as follows:—
Paragraph (7) of clause (j) of section 2 of the said Regulation No. 28 is hereby amended by
striking out the word " and " immediately after the word " Rossland-Trail," and by adding the following words after the words " Vancouver City " :—
" Creston, Fernie, Fort George, Revelstoke, Nelson, and Yale." REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
I 39
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Amendment to Regulation No. 28.
Resolved, That Regulation No. 28 of the Regulations of the Liquor Control Board, approved by
Order in Council No. 113, dated February 2nd, 1925, and subsequent amendments thereto, be amended
as follows:—
Paragraph (7) of clause (j) of section (2) of the said Regulation No. 28 is hereby amended by
striking out the word " and " immediately preceding the word " Yale," and by adding the following
words after the word " Tale " :   " and Kaslo-Slocan."
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
Price-lists.
Orders in Council passed during the period April 1st, 1932, to March 31st, 1933, confirming the
prices of liquor included in the undermentioned Price-lists, were as follows:—
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Date
approved.
Remarks.
No. 1.  Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, and Imported Ale
896
4-8-32
1093
28-9-32
Addition.
1149
17-10-32
Addition.
1215
26-10-32
Addition.
1225
2-11-32
Amendment.
1290
23-11-32
Cancellation   of  Price-list  as
Dec. 1st, 1932, and issuance
new Price-list.
of
of
18
11-1-33
Amendment.
109
1-2-33
Additions.
196
23-2-33
Amendment and addition.
No. 3. Beer,   Ale,   and   Stout   (British   Columbia
355
6-4-32
758
6-7-32
Amendment.
904
4-8-32
Amendment.
1150
17-10-32
Addition.
28
11-1-33
Addition.
No 6.  Ships' Stores    	
1224
2  11   32
No. 7.  Draught Beer	
041
17-8-32
No. 8. Pure Grain Alcohol for Hospitals  (special
price and exempt from  sales tax under
19
11-1-33
No. 8a.  Pure Grain Alcohol for  Hospitals   (those
hospitals in  receipt  of  Government  aid
and     exempt     from     sales     tax     under
20
11  1  33
No. 8b. Pure Grain Alcohol for Hospitals certified
to  be such  by  Department  of  National
Health, and exempt from sales tax under
" Special War Revenue Act," but which
do not come within provisions of subsec.
(2), sec. 3, "Government Liquor Act"	
21
11-1-33
Amendment.
No. 8c. Pure  Grain  Alcohol for any  department,
branch, institution, of Executive Govern
ment of the Province or the Dominion
146
8-2-33
New Price-list. I 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued,
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1933.
Premises.
City or Town.
Administration
rices.
Victoria :
400b, 409-18, and 423, Bel
mont Building	
Warehouses.
Victoria, 1010 Wharf Street-
Vancouver :
847-873 Beatty Street	
869 Beatty Street	
Government Liquor Stores.
Abbotsford - —
Ashcroft	
Anyox.....	
Atlin	
Burns Lake. -	
Campbell River	
Chilliwack	
Cumberland	
Cranbrook	
Creston	
Courtenay	
Coalmont	
Cloverdale 	
Duncan	
Esquimalt i.	
Fernie...	
Greenwood.	
Golden	
Grand Forks	
Hope	
Invermere	
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Kamloops	
Kimberley	
Keremeos	
Langley Prairie	
Ladysmith	
Ladner	
Lillooet	
Mission	
Michel	
McBride	
Merritt	
Nelson..	
New Westminster	
New Denver	
North Vancouver
Nanaimo	
Lease.
Date of
Expiry.
30-9-35
30-11-35
31-5-34
31-7-34
31-7-35
30-9-33
31-3-35
30-11-36
30-4-34
30-9-37
31-8-37
31-7-33
30-6-33
31-1-34
30-6-33
31-7-35
31-7-34
30-11-40
31-5-36
31-7-34
31-10-35
Duration.
years
years
3 years
5 years
5 years
1 year
5  years
o years
5 years
7 years
7 years
1 year
2 years
3 years
2 years
5 years
5 years
10 years
5 years
3  years
5  years
Monthly
Rental.
$270.00
600.00
100.00
60.00
50.00
75.00
30.00
50.00
85.00
45.00
75.00
30.00
30.00
25.00
30.00
75.00
60.00
55.00
35.00
50.00
40.00
35.00
15.00
15.00
75.00
40.00
35.00
60.00
50.00
30.00
40.00
20.00
60.00
175.00
135.00
150.00
150.00
175.00
175.00
30.00
40.00
140.00
Remarks.
Monthly tenancy, including light, heat,
and water.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B.   property;    living-quarters
rented, $5 per month.
rent includes heat,
rent includes heat.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy ;
Monthly tenancy ;
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy.
Living-quarters rented, $20 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.     _
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Includes heat and water.
June 1, 1931, to May 31, 1932.
June 1, 1932, to May 31, 1933.
June 1, 1933, to May 31, 1934.
June 1, 1934, to May 31, 1935.
June 1, 1935, to May 31, 1936.
Monthly tenancy. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1932-33.
I 41
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at March 31st, 1933
—Continued.
Premises.
Lease.
Monthly
Rental.
City or Town.
Date of
Expiry.
Duration.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued.
$25.00
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
55.00
15.00
60.00
40.00
50.00
75.00
90.00
50.00
30.00
40.00
Monthly tenancy.
30-11-33
30-11-34
31-8-33
31-5-34
3  years
3  years
3  years
2  years
Penticton	
Living-quarters rented, $25 per month.
35.00
75.00
25.00
35.00
20.00
100.00
275.00
575.00
600.00
500.00
87.50
150.00
200.00
275.00
225.00
250.00
75.00
55.00
30.00
rented, $10 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
31_8-33
3 years
31-7-35
3 years
Trail	
30-6-33
31-1-34
31-5-36
31-5-33
31-7-40
6 months
1 year
7 years
5  years
10  years
Vancouver :
833 Pender Street West
230 Hastings Street East
820-22 Howe Street	
214-16-18 Carrall Street
869 Beatty Street    ...
Rental includes heat and water.
Including heat.
775 Davie Street	
Victoria :
31-11-38
30-9-41
31-12-34
31-12-34
31-5-33
7  years
10 years
5  years
5  years
2  years
First 2 years.
Second 2 years.
Last 3 years.
634 Humboldt Street	
Yahk                  	
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CHART ILLUSTRATING SALE OF LIQUOR AND ADMINISTRATION OP "GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT," BY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.
Wxm*r.                                                         143
SALE OP LIQUOR   (INCLUDING SALES TO BEER LICENSEES).
APPROPRIATION OP PROFITS TO MUNICIPALITIES.
ADMINISTRATION.
&5
LICENCES ISSUED.
Government Liquor Stores.
Net Sales.
SP
Operating
Administration
Costs.
Net Profit.
Cities, Municipalities,
and Villages.
No. of Days
Attendance
by Pupils.
Amount.
Cities, Municipalities,
and Villages.
PROSECUTIONS.
B„„.
c„,
Cum"
Bbbwers.
WSB
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ll
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$H
collected.
Bail
estreated.
Total.
So
Electoral Districts.
Provincial Police
St itlons.
April
Dec.
31st,
1932.
31st,
1933.
April
1st to
1st to
31st,
1933.
April
1st to
31st',
1932.
1st to
'•81st,.
1933.
April
Dec.
81 st,
1932.
1st to
31st,
1933.
April
1st to
Dee.
r'SlSt/l
1932.
1st to
31st,
1933.
Port Alberni	
¥57,327.40
10,455.90
78,788.45
$17,508.77
3,193.73
24,134.06
8,821.87
11,290.25
83,901.11     •
1,733.94
5,993.09
3,848.00
4,510.91
- '513,602.66
1,459.79
18,140.97
4,973.81
6,779.34
Alberni
57,085%
163,282%
$877.09
2,506.61
325.31
870.81
27,851.95
682.43
550.05
2,974.24
7,066.72
2,164.07
4,528.50
480.00
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2
9'
6
2
10
2
12
1
7
2
6
10
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2
1
10
2
1
6
596
4,3
1
1
17
2
3
8
6
2
2
1
1
2
7
11
a
10
1
2
2
17
2
7
2
1
27
2
3
1
5
10
107
1
10
12
3
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$600.00
170.00
1
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8
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11
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4
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10
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14
1
1
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1
1
2
1
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1
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1
2
1
1
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Pnrksville	
$770.00
200.00
175.00
100.00
1,810,057
44,327%
35,810
193,159
458,721
294,240%
31,320
mat
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200.00
135.00
100.00
150.00
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Telegraph
iassi
$50.00
y
35,873.50
45,190.00
68,118.10
59,759.00
36,791.70
17,093.55
43,555.15
47,199.55
65,479.20
89,272.90
97,936.60
18,'041.30
27,602.95
18,434,65
18,765.30
41,704.35
29,604.65
37,047.75
134,624.65
145,040.55
78,270.70
15,327.40
32,200.50
53,607.35 .
22,159.45
22,278.00
174,231.43
9,904.05
15,924.95
29,617.95
81,787.15
188,934.95
164,016,65
76,873.80
195,434.50
11,040.66
13,778.09
20,759.18
18,193.52
11,284.88
5,237.14   "
13,333.66
11,650.05
20,051.60
11,989.80
29,949.09
14,344.30
5,703.34
8,431.92
5,632.18
5,723.72
12,681.67
9,060.04
11,337.71
41,203.18
44,326.02
17,019.83
23,917.78
4,703.64
9,807.37
16,279.70
6,751.86
6,738.20
53,348.92
3,028.08
4,873.11
9,114.43
24,980.97
57,901.40
50,167.65
83,708.16
84,845.72
23,560.73
8,974,58
59,756.40
3,886.28
5,633.81
3,886.03
2,528.18
4,785.85
4,192.83
3,373.97
5,121.81
3,583.64
6,937.34
2,677.78
2,982.04
2,809.28
4!ll8.68
2,891.53
6,115.77 -
SJ66.65
5,703.27
2,651.34
3,399.45
3,780.52  '
3,297.49
2,791.32
10,072.11
2'923.97
3,542.23
6,241.92
11,481.40
15,295.21
6,640.11
5,310.22
2,687.35
14,736.52
7,913.23
18,125.32
13,484.09
2J08.96
j    8,548.31
8,276.08
14.929.79
8,406.16
33,011.75
10,508.78
5,449.38
2,822.90
2,949.99
7,799.17
35,087.38
' 37,368.30
18,253.18
18,314.51
2,062.30
6,407.92
12,499.18
3,454.37
3,9*1.88
"43,276.81
438.87
1,949.14
5,572.25
18,739.05
46,859.95
38,686.25
68,472.95
37,905.61
18,250.51
1,337.23
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Chilliwack (City) 	
Will In ins 1
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J.10«HjM)DilUa
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25.00
75:00
200.00
25.00
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Cumberland .Jh£&BB*=3s4
Campbell River 	
127,970-%
178,981
94,693%
126,295%
192,048
100,225
582,963
246,442
408,323%
96,838
77,096%
66,991
156,638
887,991%
10o!o80%.
36,736%
200,613
175,021%
24,735
24,010%
152,393
20,384%
2J52.06
1,458.78
1,044.92
2,955.84
4,331.39
1,034.15
8,979.40
3,795.16
0,288.09
1,484.12
1,200.78
1,083.51
2,410.00
5,976.69
1,920.73
1,635.11
412.02
3,082.45
2,601.84
880.71
378.13
2,344.04
311.10
Bill
CJourifenay
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375.00
325.00
75.00
25.00
525.00
350.00
175.00
450.00
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950.00
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525.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
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635.00
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925.00
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325.00  .
825.00
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- 6,172.74
517.85 '
335.20
816.78
342.86
700.00
50.00
50.00
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750.00
75.60
850.00
1,125.00
250.00
50.00
450.00
500.00
125.00
850.00
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453,893%
1,228,787
49,966
76,770^4
48,588%
627,938%
337,285%
20,616%
419,416%
6,806.62
6,971.82
18,004.80
760.06
1,170.51
5,685.36
747.93
9,601.84
4,442.44
5,181.76
317.01
548.99
6,444.24
7,626.59
13,951.76
1,082.03
1,949.18
5,146.22
1,415.14
913.92
5,573.21
265.07
322.16
2,117.27 ■
220,748.46
32,564.87
5,124.34
2,033.90
1,264.05
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450.00
825.00
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325.00
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78.00
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100.00
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14,629.48
270,173
556,922
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495,454
31,404%
841,717%
70,406%
126,780
334.107%
92,070
362,199%
16,572
20,903%
137,720%
2,110,901
383,740
183,051
82,180    .
27,465%
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50.00
25.00
75.00
1
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2
1
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8
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Revelstoke
1,125.00
775.00
350.00
Rossland —l^.'xHSjBS&g-
'38,818.05"
141,304.30
11,876.16
48,251.79
3,122.27
7,528.87
8,753.89
35,722.92
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25.00
25.00
125.00
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20,212.65
91,807.40
40,018.20
18,189.40
8,253.80
17,744.45
29,964.75
13,214.55
82,271.45
648,566.55
476,855.30
956,305.05
251,613.16
368,846.61
366,131.30
1,105,816.60
349,581.42
430,399.15
39,700.66
37,624.40
29,145.80
23,489.07
6,185.22
28,119.09
5,538.17
2,530.75
5,507.89
9,191.73
199,105.38
146,525.95
292,816.30
77,318.50
113,236.68
112,186.80
337,718.31
106,956.12
133,694.30
12,138.35
11,453.87
8,887.93
7,211.87
3,172.55
6,072.38
2!865.88    -
2,604.92
1,961.89
3,103.95
2,320.21
6,081.76
86,478.38
34,221.94
55,403.36
22,101.56
16,959.16
23,401.12
20,462.57
24,308.77
3,639.13
3,058.13
3,991.01
2,512.88   .
3,912.67
22,046.71
2'672.39
Minus    74.17
6,087.78
, 1,736.02
19,142.76
162,632.00
112,304.01
237,410.94
65,216.94
96,277.52
317,250.74
82,592.35
107,882.00
8,499.22"
8,394.74
5,896.92
4,098.99
Salmon   1 ! MSB
Salmon Arm. f'SIuu.-)	
Blue River
2,200.00
2,325.00
25.00
Princeton
penticton
Coalmont
975.00
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South Okanagan 	
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700.00
-iTfVB^OO^'
700.00
Kelowna 	
SI
Peachland	
-
1,960.00
11,250.00
1,900.00
1,850.00
50.00
Victoria 	
230 Hastings Street East.
820 Howe-Street	
220 Carrall Street	
809 Beatty Street.	
775 Davie Street	
Humboldt Street	
716 Johnson Street .."	
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23.00
25.00
300.00
Ash crot t 	
^A7tfcro(t'..,..„>L.I.^..'T!'?rjfi 3
350.00
Merritt
North Bend
Spences.-Br"
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150
5
11
303
5
54
2
39
9
2
925-1080-4813
VICTORIA, B.O.:
Printed by Charles 7. Baxfield, Primer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.  

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