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 REPORT
OF  THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF  THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR 193233
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY  OF THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.  To His Honour John William Poedham Johnson,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of my Department for the fiscal
year ended March 31st, 1933, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
R. H. POOLEY,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
September 1st, 1933.  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., August 25th, 1933.
Hon. R. H. Pooley,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the following report for the fiscal year which ended on
March 31st, 1933 :—
GENERAL.
Conditions throughout the year remained abnormal on account of the widespread unemployment and on account of reduced appropriations for highway construction and maintenance;
further adjustments to meet these conditions were necessary. The unemployment situation
showed no signs of improvement, although, with the benefit of the experience of 1930 and 1931,
we were well organized to provide work and shelter for many thousands of men.
With the exception of completion of municipal works commenced under the 1931 Relief
Act, there was not, this year, any attempt to carry out a " Relief Works Programme " on similar
lines to the programmes carried out in 1930 and in 1931; all such work was on a " Direct
Relief" basis. Notwithstanding the general curtailment of appropriations, however, a surprisingly large amount of construction and reconstruction work was accomplished in the aggregate and the Department was very active in many ways.
MAINTENANCE OP HIGHWAYS.
The expenditures made under this heading for maintenance and minor betterment are set
out in detail in the financial section of this report. The total expenditure for maintenance of
roads from District Vote is $1,191,729.43, as compared with $1,772,098 for the previous year,
and an average of $1,832,683 for the five preceding years. Some maintenance-work, however,
was also done from relief funds by settlers and local residents in unorganized territory in
return for Direct Relief.
In addition to the handicap of curtailed funds, we experienced quite severe weather during
the winter months; the Department, however, is well served by a very able and loyal staff who
devoted their utmost efforts in an endeavour to maintain the public highway services at the
high standard of former years. In general, their efforts met with well-deserved success;
naturally, only the more essential repairs could be undertaken and some of the less important
roads could not be given as much attention as usual.
Before leaving this subject, I feel it my duty to point out that this Province has a system
of highways (not including bridges and ferries) which is valued at nearly $68,000,000. Included
in this valuation are 5,624 miles of Trunk and Main Highways; 4,764 miles of Local Roads;
8,890 miles of Branch Roads and Mining Roads; 9,418 miles of Trails; and, in addition, the
Province's investment in 515 miles of Arterial, Primary, and Secondary Highways in the various
municipalities. The value of these highways to the public of this Province, however, can hardly
be expressed in dollars and cents; they are essential to our well-being and progress. The total
mileage to be maintained has increased yearly at an average rate of some 360 miles per year
since the year 1919, but the average appropriation for maintenance has not increased in proportion ; furthermore, motor-vehicle registration, which is an index of the traffic volume, has
increased more than four times since the year 1919, and the weight and speed of vehicles have
also increased; in addition, a much higher standard of maintenance is now expected and snow-
removal is a practical necessity. Although I fully recognize that the present times are abnormal
and that economy is absolutely essential, I am of the opinion that it will, indeed, be false
economy to allow our valuable and vital highway system to deteriorate for lack of necessary
funds, and I should be neglecting my duty if I failed to point out that, if more funds are not provided in the future, a substantial financial loss as well as much discomfort and possibly some
danger may result. I would earnestly recommend that on all important main highways the use
of crushed gravel for surfacing be the rule and not the exception.
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT.
Work under this heading again fulfilled the dual purpose of furtherance of the carefully
planned extensions and improvements of the trunk and main highways and the provision of as
large a volume of employment as possible for needy persons.
On the whole, the work carried out was not as extensive as that undertaken during the
previous year; the results, however, were entirely satisfactory and many projects, commenced
in 1931, were completed or well advanced during the year 1932. Efforts were concentrated on
trunk and main highways and, in particular, on the Trans-Canada and the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highways. In contrast with the years 1930 and 1931, there was no attempt to carry
out a general " Relief Works Programme "; instead, relief-work was continued under the agreement made with the Federal Government early in 1932, whereby single men in relief camps
received $7.50 per month, their board, housing, and clothing, with free medical attention, in
return for 120 hours' labour. Work on this basis was continued until early in November, when,
except in a few cases, it was closed down for the winter.
A great amount of work under this heading was also accomplished by settlers and local
residents in return for direct relief disbursed by Government Agents or their representatives.
It was the general policy to require all able-bodied men receiving direct relief to perform an
equivalent amount of work, at 35 cents per hour, in return; the work was carried out under
the supervision of the Department's forces; suitable work was not always available, particularly
during the winter; the transportation of men by truck to the work was often necessary, and,
beyond a certain distance, this does not prove economical.
Details of the more important work carried out are given in narrative form towards the
end of this report. In general, during the year, 309 miles of highway were constructed, of
which amount 82 miles were trunk or main highway; major reconstruction and improvements
were carried out over a total distance of 235 miles of trunk and main highway and over 308
miles of other roads;  195 miles of roads were gravelled and 151 miles of gravel were renewed.
In reviewing the work of construction and reconstruction of our highways as a whole, it is
interesting to note the good progress made on the Big Bend link of the Trans-Canada Highway,
66 miles of which now only remain to be constructed before through travel will be possible. It
is also gratifying to watch the progress which has been made on the Princeton to Hope link of
the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway. The existing portions of both these trunk highways
have, during the past several years, been improved beyond recognition, although of course there
is still room for further betterment. Now that the definite policy for their construction has
been laid down by the Government, I would advocate completion of the Princeton to Hope
and the Big Bend links; I base these recommendations on the fact that large capital expenditures have been invested in said projects; when this has been accomplished, I feel that the
chief necessity will be progressive improvement of the existing main roads as funds permit, and
I would recommend that no new major projects be undertaken until the further settlement and
development of the Province require it.
BRIDGES.
In reporting on the activities of the Department in connection with construction and maintenance of bridges, Mr. A. L. Carruthers, Bridge Engineer, stated as follows:—
In some respects the year was a trying one for all concerned. Appropriations having been
very much reduced, it became imperative to confine attention strictly to the most urgent needs,
but it was still found impossible to put in hand much-needed work. On the other hand, nature
was very kind, in that no serious damage was done by floods, ice, or drift, and high-class
labour was available at all times and prepared to render the best kind of service, so that,
altogether, a creditable amount of work was accomplished with the money authorized; but the
programme of bridge renewals fell very much behind all over the Province.
The well-established policy of the Department had to be abandoned temporarily; no permanent bridge of a major character was constructed in this year. To a limited extent, however,
it was possible, with the assistance of relief labour, to continue the good work on the substitution of culverts and fills for existing bridges. REPORT OP CHIEF ENGINEER. Q 7
Two new bridges were built, one over the Beatton River in the Peace River District, and
one over the Nation River in the Omineca District.
The following moderately sized structures were renewed: Salmon River, Fort George District ; Braun's Island, Skeena District; Kaslo Creek, Kaslo District; Erie Bridge, Creston District ; Mark Creek, Cranbrook District; Hatzic Pumps, Dewdney District; Christina Creek,
Grand Forks District; Nanaimo River, Cowichan-Newcastle District; Craigflower, Esquimalt
District; Reece's Bridge, Comox District; and a start was made on the Lift Bridge at
Pritchard, Salmon Arm District, and on the High Level Bridge over Dawson Creek in Peace
River District. Of the foregoing, Mark Creek Bridge is a small concrete and steel structure
With concrete roadway; the Nanaimo River Bridge is a creosoted timber structure on concrete
piers and with a concrete roadway; and the Craigflower Bridge is a creosoted pile trestle with
concrete roadway and sidewalks.
One of the principal projects of the year was the subway under the Columbia and Western
Railway on the Rossland-Trail Road, now oflicially called the Schofield Highway. This is a
20-foot, semicircular arch tunnel, 100 feet long from portal to portal, and the work constitutes
a great improvement in this trunk highway.
The reinforcement and repairs of structures, already almost beyond repair, was the chief
problem of the year. Such bridges as Kamloops East, Wasa, and Newgate, which are major
structures, required a lot of expense to keep them in anything like a safe condition, and, in
addition, there were many small structures that had to be patched up incessantly.
In spite of the difficulties the staff managed to keep all bridges open to traffic, except in a
few cases where temporary closing was necessary.    For this they deserve credit.
FERRIES.
No new ferries were established under the " Ferries Act." During the year tenders were
called for renewal of the Arrowhead-Beaton Ferry Licence, which was granted to the original
holders, the Beaton Boat Company, for one year ending August 1st, 1933. A licence for a term
of five years was granted, pursuant to the " Ferries Act," to J. T. Henley to operate the
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry, previously operated by the Department; a licence was also granted
for a similar period to L. M. Robson, the former licensee, to operate the Ladner-Woodward
Perry; details of the tenders received and amounts of subsidy payable are given elsewhere
under " Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded."
Power Ferries.—Mr. J. Armstrong, Mechanical Superintendent, reports that inspection was
carried out on all power ferries operated by the Department; the necessary repairs to hulls
and engines were effected with the minimum of inconvenience to the travelling public.
The engines of the Kelowna-Westbank Perry were completely overhauled, during which
time the Canadian National Tug-boat " Radius " was hired for the purpose of towing the ferry,
a service of six round trips per day being maintained.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry-boat No. 3 was withdrawn from use, having reached the end of
its useful life in public service, and the M.S. " Agassiz " was transferred from the Agassiz-
Rosedale run to the Ladner-Woodward run. The ferry-boat " Eena " was placed in commission
and now maintains the service between Agassiz and Rosedale; the licensee, Mr. J. T. Henley,
has had the vessel painted from water-line to mast-top.
The Nelson Perry, which is a cable-ferry powered with a 40-horse-power Vivian gas-engine,
has maintained a 24-hour per day service with very little interruption since June, 1929; the
engine and barge are in good general condition, considering the conditions under which the
service is maintained.
The service on Kootenay Lake between Gray Creek and Fraser's Landing (S.S. " Nasookin ")
was continued by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company under a rental agreement until
February 1st, 1933; three trips per day were maintained until November 1st, 1932, at the rate
of $112.60 per day; the schedule was then reduced to two trips daily and the rate was reduced
to $85 per day. The Provincial Government purchased the S.S. " Nasookin " on February 1st,
1933, for the sum of $17,000, and the vessel has since that time been operated by this Department ; the crew formerly employed by the Railway Company transferred their services to the
Provincial Government. The removal of the upper house-work and decks is recommended when
funds are available; this will result in a large saving of fuel. Q 8
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
The Needles-Pauquier Ferry, which is cable-operated and which runs on an hourly schedule
between the above-named points on Arrow Lakes, was inspected on May 9th, 1932, and found to
be in good condition. The ferry service on Francois Lake is maintained by a launch powered
with two 35-horse-power Vivian gas-engines; the lake froze over on January 30th, 1932, and the
vessel was hauled out and inspected, the necessary repairs were executed, and the service was
resumed on April 30th, 1932.
General—In connection with its highway system the Department maintains some fifty-five
ferries, including seven ferries operated under licence granted pursuant to the " Ferries Act,"
thirteen power-operated ferries, and some thirty-five pontoons, scows, or boats operated by current or cable, etc. Elsewhere in this report will be found a tabulation of these ferries, together
with a record of the traffic; it will be noted that a total of 370,073 vehicles and 1,012,318 passengers were carried on these ferries during the year. In most cases the ferries are free, except
after hours and on holidays; tolls are charged in some cases, as shown in the tabulation; the
gross amount received for tolls during the year was $53,253.11.
The operation, maintenance, and repair of these ferries is an important part, of the work of
the Department.
CONTRACTS.
A further reduction will be noticed in the number and value of contracts awarded, details
of which will be found in tabular form elsewhere in this report.
MACHINERY AND PLANT.
Inspection of Equipment and Machinery.—The equipment and machinery in every electoral
district was inspected and detailed reports and recommendations were made. Mr. J. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent, has reported that a marked improvement is apparent in the manner
of carrying out repairs, and that these have been executed, as far as funds would permit, by the
•district mechanics at a minimum cost to the Department.
Equipment Fund.—Owing to the limited funds available for highway-work, it was decided
that units of machinery purchased from the Equipment Fund should be used for maintenance-
work free from rental charges after August 1st, 1932, on the understanding that a strict accounting would be kept and the rental charges, normally incurred, refunded from revenue when conditions are more favourable; this arrangement has resulted in there being a deficit, as at March
31st, 1933, of $161,295.30, less $157,842.08 for rentals earned on maintenance-work but not yet
credited to the fund, or a net deficit of $3,453.22 after six years' operation of the fund. Inventory value of all units is $1,093,748; details of valuation and of inventory are given in tabular
form elsewhere.
Equipment-sheds and Repair-shops.—During the year property was purchased at Creston and
an eight-bay equipment-shed was erected; at Vernon, standard equipment-sheds and a repair-
shop were erected, additional property being acquired; a repair-shop was erected at Langford
to permit of repairs being carried out to machinery in the Esquimau District.
SURFACING.
No capital funds were available for bituminous-surfacing work, with the result that, with
the exception of 0.6 mile of asphaltic flush-coat on No. Ill, Lund Road', at Powell River, in
order to link up two portions of existing flush-coat surface, no new work was carried out.
The following is a summary of the bituminous-surfacing work and oiling carried out during
the fiscal year 1932-33 :—
Class of Work.
Provincial
Highways.
Classified Highways.
Arterial.
Secondary.
Total.
Carpet coat, new work
Carpet coat, resurface.
Mulch, renewal	
Oil dust-layer	
Miles.
0.622
415.295
Miles.
3.900
4.902
2.500
0.600
Miles.
0.350
Miles.
0.622
50.607
2.500
4.500 REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
Q 9
The Department is now responsible for the maintenance of 507.6 miles of bituminous-
surfaced highways, as noted below, and there is no doubt that this type of surfacing is more
economical to maintain than gravel under heavy travel conditions; from the point of view of the
travelling public, it is dustless, safe, and convenient.
Mileage of Bituminous-surfaced Highways maintained by Department.
Type of Surface (Miles).
Bituminous
Spray Coat.
Bituminous
Mulch.
Bituminous
Penetration.
Asphaltic
Concrete.
Total.
282.0
31.8
31.4
62.3
12.1
20.1
17.1
44.8
342 6
Arterial and primary highways	
165.0
Totals	
313.8
93.7         |          38.2
1
61.9
507.6
SNOW-REMOVAL.
Owing to reduced appropriations, the activities of the Department in this respect had, of
necessity, to be somewhat curtailed.
During the year snow-removal was carried out on 4,263 miles of trunk and main highways
at an average cost of $13.37 per mile for the season, as compared with 5,547 miles at $15.25 per
mile for the previous year; on 2,501 miles the snowfall was classified as heavy, necessitating
removal on an average of 4.1 times; moderate snowfall occurred on 1,201 miles of road, snow
being removed an average of 3.4 times; the snowfall was light for the balance of 561 miles
and was removed an average of 2.7 times.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS.
The diversion of the Kamloops-Vernon Road at O'Keefe's was completed, two very dangerous
level railway crossings being eliminated; a grant of 40 per cent, of the cost of this work was
received from the Board of Railway Commissioners.
Two railway crossings were eliminated on the Merritt-Princeton Road at a point about
1 mile from Merritt by construction of a diversion of the highway, which originally crossed the
tracks of the Kettle Valley Railway twice in a distance of 2,000 feet; the construction of the
diversion also greatly improved the alignment of the road. One crossing was also eliminated
at Collettville, when the old " Red Bridge " and approach road were closed.
Completion of the Delair Cut-off, on the Trans-Canada Highway just east of Abbotsford,
completed the construction-work between Abbotsford and Chilliwack; this cut-off eliminates
two level railway crossings and has also eliminated a very dangerous detour which had been
in use during the past two years.
TRAILS.
Fifty-eight miles of trails were constructed during the year. The total mileage of trails
is placed at 9,417 miles, of which 5,129 miles are classed as mining-trails. The total expenditure
on mining roads and trails under the " Mines Development Act" was $32,008.83.
VOLUME OF TRAFFIC.
Despite all expectations to the contrary, traffic on the Cariboo Road, reported as passing
through the toll-gate at Spuzzum, showed an increase during the 1932 season, the daily
average from-April 21st to November 12th being ninety-one vehicles (exclusive of trucks), as
compared with ninety vehicles from April 1st to November 15th, 1931. A tabulation of the
monthly records of 1932 traffic is given elsewhere in this report; 1933 figures will also be
given, although, at time of writing, the records are not yet complete.
A very fine cross-section of the traffic on our Provincial highways is obtainable from the
records of traffic on our ferries, which are required to be submitted by the various ferrymen
monthly, showing daily traffic throughout the year; some of these records go back as far as
1917 and are most valuable. In order that a comparison may be made, figures are appended
below for a few of the more important ferries. Q 10
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
Ferry Records of Traffic
Name of Ferry.
Total Number of Vehicles carried.
1926.
1928.
1929.
1930.
1931.
1932.
Castlegar (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)
Kelowna-Westbank (Okanagan Highway)	
Ladner-Woodward (Vancouver to Delta)	
Agassiz-Kosedale (Fraser River, north to south
side)	
Totals	
22,817
12,594
25,883
22,ISO
"837474"
36,493
22,230
36,757
27,175
122,655"
50,139
29,097
38,200
29,756
147,192
60,194
34,755
39,642
36,808
171,399
62,806
35,750
52,343
35,030
"185,929
51,266
33,080
48,328
30,644
163,318
It will be observed from the foregoing that, in all cases, the traffic carried on these ferries
in the year 1932 was in excess of that carried in the year 1929, being on the average 11 per
cent, greater;   these ferries carried an average of 112 vehicles per day each.
CONTROL OF TRAFFIC.
The necessity of prevention of needless damage to public roads by operation of vehicles
with weights in excess of those permitted by the regulations is an important function of the
Department and, particularly on Vancouver Island, the Lower Fraser Valley, and, latterly, in
the Cariboo District, requires a considerable amount of attention.
It is not the policy of the Department to throttle local industry such as logging, nor to
cause undue hardship by rigid enforcement, but, on the other hand, the public safety and public
funds must be protected.
During the year sixty special permits were issued, pursuant to the regulations, a suitable
guarantee deposit being required to secure payment of the cost of any repairs made necessary
to the roads. In most cases these permits were for hauling logs over a few miles of road; the
operators were generally found willing to co-operate by reducing loads or refraining from
hauling when the condition of the roads so required. Each year sees an improvement in the
type of equipment in use on the highways and a reasonable attitude on the part of operators
is now more the rule than the exception.
Mining activity has stimulated heavy hauling over the Cariboo Road from the coast to
the interior, and the necessary steps were taken to check any tendency to haul excess weights
over this highway.
COMMON CARRIERS.
Elsewhere will be found a statement showing the number of Public Passenger and Freight
Vehicle Licences issued during the year; the total number of passenger licences in force as at
December 31st, 1932, was 167, this being 14 per cent, less than the previous year; the number of
freight-vehicle licences in force at the same date was 163, a drop of only 4 per cent. The
falling-off in both cases was in vehicles of low capacity.
Licence fees collected during the calendar year of 1932 were as follows:—
Licence-plate fees         $852.00
Passenger licence fees       6,991.95
Freight licence fees        3,281.96
Total  $11,125.91
representing a drop of 16 per cent, over the previous year.
During the calendar year 1932, 473 applications for licences were considered and 427 licences
issued.
With the experience of the two previous years to guide the Department, it is felt that the
administration of the section of the " Highway Act" dealing with Public Carriers is becoming
less burdensome; full acknowledgment must be made to the Chairman and Members of the
Advisory Board, referred to in my previous report, for their valuable advice and assistance, and
also to the Provincial Police in the investigation of complaints, assistance in the enforcement
of the Act and Regulations, and in mechanical and physical inspection of vehicles.    All vehicles REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. Q 11
have been inspected and reported on at least twice during the year and, in many cases, at more
frequent intervals. Approximately 200 investigations were made into the operation of private
and contract carriers.
LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS.
The " Public Works Act," with regard to opening of tenders for public works, was amended
at the 1933 session to provide that all tenders received in each case shall be opened in public
at a time and place stated in the advertisement or notice inviting the tenders, the prices then
and there to be made known. The practice of opening tenders in public has been in force
since 1928, but was not mandatory until this amendment was assented to.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
A complete list of municipal highways classified under Part III. of the " Highway Act"
will accompany this report; all changes in classification and new classifications were published
in the B.C. Gazette.
A portion of the main Nelson-Kaslo Highway through the City of Kaslo was classified as
arterial, and the Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road, 1 mile through Williams Lake, was similarly
classified; the arterial classification of Silverdale-Mission Road in Mission Municipality was
changed to secondary classification; the Ladner-Marsh Road in Delta Municipality was classified
as arterial; secondary classification was granted to the main road in the Village of Tofino and to
1.2 miles of road in Mission Village; the classification as arterial of the Old Yale Road in
Langley and of the Old Dewdney Trunk Road in Maple Ridge was rescinded; the primary
classification of Delair Road in Sumas was also rescinded.
PRINCE RUPERT WHARF.
Reference to this structure will be found in the report for Engineering District No. 7.
This wharf is entirely maintained by the Provincial Government and is used by the Canadian
Pacific steamships for docking and also houses five different fish companies. The revenues
received are sufficient to take care of the upkeep of the main wharf and floats; the latter are
widely used by fishing-boats and other smaller craft, and consist of floating platforms with berthing bays and a hinged platform and walk to give access thereto.
BUILDINGS.
The report of the Chief Architect, attached hereto, deals in full with the activities of the
Department under this heading.
ADMINISTRATION.
Staff.—In submitting their reports to me, the various Public Works Engineers have referred
to the efficient and loyal manner in which their staffs have carried out the duties entrusted
to them.
Some changes in organization were made. Owing to the increased size and importance of
Engineering District No. 2, this district was divided, the section south of the Fraser River being
placed under the jurisdiction of Mr. H. C. Anderson, while Mr. E. H. Verner remained in control
of the portion north of the Fraser River. Engineering District No. 4 was also subdivided for
administration purposes. Revelstoke Electoral District was placed under separate control. The
Districts of Cowichan-Newcastle, Nanaimo, and Alberni were consolidated for highway administration purposes, with headquarters at Ladysmith. The foregoing did not involve the appointment of any new personnel.
In general, the various engineering and office staffs were exceptionally busy. Early in the
year a very great volume of statistical information was called for by the " Kidd Commission,"
which greatly added to the normal duties of all branches during April, May, and June. In
addition, Unemployment Relief, in all its ramifications, has thrown a most unusual amount of
work on the shoulders of the district officials and on the Accounting Branch and certain other
officials at Victoria; this work was not necessarily lightened when the administration of
unemployed and single homeless men was taken over by the Fordham Commission, as the actual
servicing of the camps was still carried out by the Department of Public Works; certain duties,
under the Relief Land Settlement Plan, were also added. Q 12
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
B*   , . CORRESPONDENCE.
Some falling-off in the number of inward and outward recorded letters and in the number of
files handled at Victoria is due to the arrangement under which the Unemployment Relief Committee now keep their own records. The following tabulation shows comparative records over
a number of years :—
Recorded Correspondence.
1926-27.
1928-29.
1930-31.
1932-33.
Inward and outward recorded letters-
Departmental files handled  (approx.)..
32,815
48,000
/
38,050      51,877
60,000      80,000
I
49,140
76,000
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACTS.
Full details of the agreement entered into with the Dominion Government under Dominion
Relief Acts are given in the report of the Minister of Labour of the Province for the year ended
December 31st, 1932; details are also given in the report as to the working arrangements and
the numbers of men who were housed in the camps.
All relief accounting was carried out by the Accounting Branch of this Department, under
the direction of Mr. F. H. Harrison, Chief Accountant; included under this heading are all
municipal relief accounts and the accounts for relief dispensed by the Special (Fordham) Relief
Commission.
In view of the fact that all of the work under the " Unemployment and Farm Relief Act,
1931," had not been completed at the close of the fiscal year 1931-32t it was not possible in my
last report to give the total amounts expended; these are now given below, it being understood
that the bulk of the work was carried out in the fiscal year 1931-32.
"Unemployment and Farm Relief Act, 1931"   (Amounts actually expended under
1  Works Agreements on a Contributable Basis).
(Period, August 19th, 1931, to May 1st, 1932, with certain extensions.)
Authority carrying out
the Works.
Dominion
Government Share.
Provincial
Government Share.
Municipal Share.
Total Value of
Works (Labour
and Materials).
$1,607,094.03
1,314,201.38
$1,607,104.10f
460,373.32
$3,214,198.13
Municipalities*	
$853,828.06
2,628,402.76
Totals	
$2,921,295.41
$2,067,477.42
$853,828.06
$5,842,600.89
* Works inspected by Public Works Department.
f The Provincial Government has also expended on a non-contributory basis the amount of $147,146.47.
DETAILS OF AVORK CARRIED OUT, 1932-33.
As the Trans-Canada Highway and Southern Trans-Provincial Highway pass through
several engineering districts, the description of the work of construction and reconstruction
of these important routes has been consolidated and is given separately. Following this description will be found details of maintenance, construction, and reconstruction of other roads,
bridges, and ferries in the various engineering districts throughout the Province.
Trans-Canada Highway.—Two miles on the Yoho-Golden section were widened and straightened, the entire section being greatly improved throughout.
The Dominion Government continued work on the eastern leg of the Big Bend section north
of Donald, and the constructed highway has reached a point approximately 63 miles north of
Golden at the end of the season, with an additional 9 miles partly graded.
There still remains to be constructed some 66 miles between Kinbasket Lake and Goldstream,
from which latter point the highway is open in a southerly direction to Revelstoke. Improvement and reconstruction, however, are necessary between Golden and Donald and between
Revelstoke and Carnes Creek. It was not found possible to commence work on the western leg of the Big Bend section
until the month of August; by the end of the season clearing had reached a point 3% miles
north of Goldstream, the latter point being 59 miles from Revelstoke; a trail had been cleared
for y2 mile beyond the end of the clearing and 2y2 miles had been grubbed; a considerable
amount of widening, gravelling, etc., was done to the existing road, including widening around
the sand-hill at Downie;  the work done by the men in the relief camps is favourably reported on.
West of Revelstoke, several bad corners between Mara Lake and Sicamous have been
eliminated and the road has been widened.
In Salmon Arm District, construction of the Sicamous-Salmon Arm Road was continued
and the project was 75 per cent, completed. Important reconstruction-work was also carried
out at Chase, at Kanlt Hill, and at Monte Creek.
In the Kamloops District, some very necessary improvements were carried out in the
vicinity of Deadman's and the diversion through the Lemonade Ranch was completed and
opened to traffic; although some 8 miles of the Kamloops-Cache Creek section remain to be
improved, the balance, including what were the worst sections, are now up to standard.
The major work in the Yale District consisted of improvement of the section of this highway between Ashcroft and Spences Bridge, which involved 60,000 cubic yards of excavation,
the building of 2,131 cubic yards of dry wall and of 14,781 lineal feet of cribbing, and the
placing of 360 lineal feet of culvert pipe; owing to the fact that the work was carried out in
close proximity to and immediately above the main line of the Canadian National Railway, the
work constituted a difficult undertaking, which was carried out in a careful and efficient manner.
Emory Creek Diversion was completed, except for the bridge to be built in 1932-33.
During the year, reconstruction-work was carried out in the Jones Hill area of the Hope-
Rosedale section. An abnormal storm and sudden thaw had resulted in loss of several bridges,
the replacement of which and the removal of rock and mud slides gave occupation to the men
from Relief Camps 208 and 209 during the early part of 1932; thereafter a definite programme
of reconstruction of the damaged portion of the road was followed out until the end of August;
when economically possible, the alignment and grades were materially improved; major widening was undertaken over a distance of 2% miles, a portion of which, however, was not completed.
In addition to minor improvements, 2.8 miles of the road were surfaced with gravel to an
average depth of 2 inches. Altogether 24,200 cubic yards of material were excavated and
32,000 f.b.m. of timber placed in culverts, bridges, and cribs.
The construction of the Delair Cut-off, immediately east of Abbotsford, was finished during
the year; the new construction-work between Abbotsford and Chilliwack is thus completed.
This cut-off results in the elimination of two level railway crossings and thus the dangerous
detour, in use during the last two years, has now been done away with.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Work was continued on the 9-mile section between
Crowsnest and Michel, approximately 3 miles of reconstruction being completed. The diversion
at McGinnis Hill, commenced during the previous year, was completed. Several short sections
between Michel and Fernie were raised, ditched, and widened.
The Elko and Mott Hill Diversions were completed and surfaced with gravel and an
additional 2y2 miles of the highway towards Galloway were reconstructed. The Colony Hill
widening was completed for a distance of 4 miles and surfaced with gravel.
Elimination of two dangerous curves immediately east of Cranbrook is proceeding, the work
being about 50 per cent, completed. Between Cranbrook and Lumberton a 5-mile project of
reconstruction and widening was completed and surfaced with gravel. Narrow sections of the
road along Moyie Lake were widened and at Moyie a section of road iy2 miles in length was
reconstructed and surfaced with crushed rock. At Tochty a diversion % mile in length was
completed;  2% miles of the road were also widened and generally improved.
West of Ryan, towards Yahk, commencement has been made on a diversion 1 mile in length,
mostly in rock, which, when completed, will greatly improve both the alignment and grade at
this point. At Curzon Junction a section of the road % mile in length was widened and
surfaced, and the Goatfell Diversion, 1 mile in length, was completed; rock was crushed at
Curzon Junction for this work.
Near Mosquito Creek, 1.5 miles west of Goatfell, a standard diversion 0.6 mile in length
was located and constructed to eliminate a stretch of narrow road with poor alignment on Q 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
gumbo side-hill; this new diversion was surfaced with crushed gravel supplied from the
crusher working in Engineering District No. 6.
On either side of Creston, men working in lieu of Direct Relief were employed on improving
and standardizing several stretches of the highway; at Sirdar a camp for married men working
in lieu of Direct Relief was opened in September, 1932, and up to March, 1933, had accomplished
some good work in improving a particularly bad stretch of the road between Sirdar and Atbara.
Men from Boswell Relief Camp constructed a diversion of standard width and % mile
long at Boswell, thus eliminating a narrow section of old road, built over twenty-five years
ago for settlement purposes.
Between Balfour and Nelson and between Nelson and Castlegar, widening and improvement-
work was carried out, much of the work being in solid rock. Between Castlegar and Trail,
standardization-work was continued and the section of road crossing the Birchbank flats was
raised and 3 miles were surfaced with crushed gravel, supplied from the crushing plant at
Poupore.
On the Cascade-Rossland section, clearing to a width of 66 feet was carried out between
Mile 2 and Mile 14. The road was widened, straightened, and improved to standard between
Christina Creek Bridge and Kettle River Bridge; at one point a dry-rock retaining-wall, 360
feet in length and 7 feet high, was built to protect the road from sand-slides.
At Billings, 1 mile of road 26 feet in width was built on entirely new location. The Rock
Creek Canyon section, 2% miles in length, was widened and improved. The Parker Hill section
of the Yellow Lake Road, 3 miles in length, was completed, with the exception of surfacing
and fencing. Dangerous alignment was avoided by rebuilding i/2 mile of road near Keremeos.
Near Princeton, 2 miles of the road were entirely rebuilt to standard width and on improved
alignment.
The construction of the Princeton to Hope section was advanced 9 miles to a point 43 miles
west of Princeton, the construction following the located route; the road, however, is not yet
built to grade or to full width.
As a major relief measure, the work previously commenced at the Hope end of the Princeton-
Hope section was continued without interruption until early in December, Relief Camps 210,
212, and 213 being operated; 19.5 acres of right-of-way were cleared, 14.5 acres grubbed, 52,000
cubic yards of material, 40 per cent, of which was solid rock, were excavated, and 70,000 f.b.m.
of timber was placed in bridges, culverts, and cribs; 24,400 man-days' labour was provided;
progress was also made in surveying, preliminary lines having been run between Miles 12 and
15. At the end of the year 90 per cent, of the right-of-way was cleared to a point 12 miles
east of Hope and 25 per cent, of the grubbing had been done.
Engineering District No. 1  (Vancouver Island, the Islands, and Mackenzie
Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Highways, Bridges, and Ferries.—The weather throughout the winter was
severe. Heavy snowfalls occurred on Alberni Mountain, some falls being as deep as 2 feet;
in the Mackenzie District, extensive floods occurred during the month of November. On
December 22nd a violent storm, accompanied by an exceptionally high tide, lashed the coast
of Vancouver Island, the effect of which was felt throughout the entire district, the estimated
total amount of damage to highways and bridges being over $10,000.
Maintenance of bituminous-surfaced roads was carried out by patching and renewal, a
proportion of the district maintenance vote being set aside for this important work. Appropriations for maintenance-work were lower than in previous years.
The usual bridge maintenance was attended to. The Mill Bay, Gulf Islands, Gabriola
Island, and Denman Island Ferries continued to operate successfully; the Mill Bay Ferry was
not operated during the months of February and March while being fitted with new engines.
Construction and Reconstruction—Island Highway.—The principal reconstruction-work done
on the Island Highway during this fiscal year was that carried out from the Relief Camp at
Oyster River. From this camp, 3 miles of the highway were reconstructed to standard width,
curvature and grades between Oyster River and Campbell River and 2 miles were improved by
major widening and improvements between Merville and Campbell River. In addition to this,
8 miles were raised in standard by widening, ditching, and minor improvements through the REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. Q 15
Comox District. The Craigflower Bridge over the Victoria Arm was replaced with a concrete
deck on creosoted piling, and this work was 82 per cent, completed at the close of the fiscal year.
In the Cowichan-Newcastle District, Elliott's Bridge, near the junction of the Bell-McKinnon
Road and the Island Highway, was replaced with a fill and a creosoted wood-stave pipe culvert,
3 feet in diameter. Between Chemainus and Ladysmith the alignment was improved and the
grade reduced by taking out a rock-cut with relief labour. On December 22nd the coast of
Vancouver Island was subjected to a particularly bad storm which piled driftwood on the Island
Highway for 3 miles between Oyster River and Campbell River, making it impassable, and which
caused the sea to break over the road at Cowichan Bay, washing out the bank so badly between
the edge of the road and high-water mark that it will be necessary to riprap this portion of the
highway over % mile in order to prevent the road from being a complete loss when the next bad
storm strikes it. The same storm washed out the toe of the crib near the ferry-landing at Mill
Bay, making it necessary to put in a steam-shovel cut to maintain traffic safely.
Other Roads, etc.—The portion of the West Saanich Road through the Indian Reserve which
was graded the previous year was gravelled and surfaced with asphalt; the work at " Little's
Corner " on the East Saanich Road was 90 per cent, completed at the end of the fiscal year.
The Sooke Road was considerably improved in grade and alignment by the replacement of
Bridges Nos. 75, 92, and 93, with culverts and fills; creosoted wood-stave pipe culverts were
installed. An important work was the improvement of grade and alignment at what is locally
known as Miller-Higgs Hill at the 17-Mile Post on the Sooke Road.
On the Jordan River Road the new location between Sooke and Otter Point was advanced
.by the construction of y2 mile of road and the clearing of IV2 miles. Two pile trestles on this
location were also completed. This work was clone from the Relief Camps at Otter Point during
the time that these camps were on a work basis.
Improvement of the South Wellington Road near South Wellington and the construction of
the Canyon Bridge over the Nanaimo River on a new location were carried out by relief labour.
The work included some rock excavation to improve the alignment and grade on a minor
relocation. The bridge over the Nanaimo River, built largely by relief labour, consists of a
110-foot creosoted timber deck truss on concrete piers with creosoted timber trestle approaches
and a concrete deck. The unexpectedly severe weather which occurred during the concreting of
this structure made it necessary completely to house-in the concreting operations with canvas
and paper on temporary wooden frames.
The most important work in the Alberni District was the reconstruction of the Canadian
Highway over the Beaufort Range for a distance of % mile. On this major diversion the grade
was reduced from 18 per cent, to 8 per cent, and a fill was constructed containing 6,200 cubic yards
of material. The work was done as a relief project, hand-labour being employed to the maximum
extent. On the same highway the rock wall, replacing the timber bridge at Cameron Lake, was
completed.    This work was started during the fiscal year 1931-32.
Reece's Bridge over the Tsolum River on the Island Highway near Courtenay was renewed
with a 120-foot span Howe truss.
On Saltspring Island, a trestle bridge at the head of Fulford Harbour, which was damaged
during the December storm, was rebuilt; the road, which was also damaged, was relocated on
supporting ground away from the crib and eroded bank.
The only major road-work carried out in the Mackenzie District during the year was the
reconstruction of 1 mile of the Thunder Bay Road, the other district work being confined to
maintenance and location and minor improvements. Six bridges throughout this district were
reconstructed or replaced.
Highway Protection.—The floods during the month of November at Bella Coola directed
attention to the necessity for river-bank protection and training work, with the result that
approximately 75,000 square feet of mattress were placed at Hagensborg.
Unemployment Relief.—The camps at Otter Point, Oyster River, and Tofino were in operation
and some useful work was done during the summer; much useful work was also done on the
roads by men on Direct Relief, but no major works programme was attempted.
General.—On April 1st, 1932, the Districts of Alberni, Cowichan-Newcastle, and Nanaimo
were consolidated for highway administration purposes, with headquarters at Ladysmith. Engineering District No. 2 (North Vancouver, Part of Ltllooet, Burnaby, Dewdney,
Richmond-Point Grey, Delta, New Westminster, Chilliwack, and
Part of Yale Electoral Districts ).
Maintenance of Highways, Bridges, and Ferries.—In North Vancouver District, general
maintenance-work was carried out as usual; several sections of the Dollarton Highway were
surfaced with gravel, the state of this project being that a fair road is now in daily use from
Deep Cove to Pipe Line Road, with the remaining short section about % mile unfinished until
it is expedient to construct the bridge at Seymour Creek.
In spite of bad weather over a long period, the roads in Richmond-Point Grey District were
maintained at little extra cost. The four important bridges crossing the North and South Arms
of the Fraser River at Eburne and Fraser Avenue were maintained successfully; during the
summer freshet period a quantity of driftwood had to be removed and a certain amount of
damage, but not to any serious degree, was caused by drifting ice during the winter; the
dolphins designed to protect the bridges from the effects of ice and driftwood proved efficient.
In addition to ordinary maintenance of roads in the South Lillooet District, 2.7 miles of
road in the Gibson-Sechelt area and at Sqnamish were sprayed with light oil dust-layer and a
gravelling programme was carried out by men on relief, 4,400 cubic yards of gravel being spread;
in outlying sections men on relief were employed in widening and improving trails. Minor
repairs were carried out on eleven bridges. The ferries at Pemberton were kept in good
running-order.
The classified highways in Burnaby District carry a heavy traffic. Kingsway was maintained in good condition; in order to relieve congestion, surveys have been made and plans
prepared for future widening and realignment of the southerly portion between Boundary Road
and Parker Avenue. With snow conditions more severe than usual, the classified highways
under control of the Department were kept passable throughout.
Prolonged rains, fairly heavy snowfall, and generally unfavourable weather, together with
reduced appropriations, combined to make the problem of maintenance in the Dewdney District
a difficult one; despite the trying winter the asphaltic mulch surfaces gave very little trouble
from " breaks," and it is becoming increasingly apparent that this type of surface is far more
economical to maintain than a gravel surface. Anxiety was caused by slides along the main
highway east of Albion and at these points it was found necessary to use sheet piling as a
remedy, which has proven satisfactory. Snow conditions were worse and more prolonged than
in the average winter. Repairs to bridges were confined to necessities only. The deck of the
Pitt River Bridge was renewed, the structure painted and generally reconditioned. Coquitlam
Bridge was also painted.
Extraordinary expenditures were incurred on Twentieth Street, in New Westminster District
(the boundary road), complaints having been received from the City of New Westminster with
regard to discharge of surface water within the city area. An adequate box drain, with suitable
catch-basins, was constructed on the westerly side of the street, necessitating a sawn-timber
culvert under the B.C. Electric Railway and a concrete culvert-pipe under Riverway. Repairs
were made to the front entrance roadway at the New Westminster Mental Hospital and the
entire surface was " flush-coated."
The classified highways in Delta District received the usual attention as to maintenance and,
despite the prolonged wet weather and a long period of frost, no unusual expenditure was
incurred. Owing to curtailment of appropriations, only essential repairs were undertaken; it
was necessary to widen and deepen the drainage-ditch on the west side of the Pacific Highway
for a distance of 2 miles south of Cloverdale; very few repairs were required to the bituminous
surface of the Trans-Canada Highway, which withstood the winter practically intact.
On account of silting-in of the landing for the Ladner-Woodward Ferry on the Ladner side,
it was necessary to provide a new channel for the ferry by dredging. The old ferry-boat,
having reached the end of its useful life in public service, was replaced by the M.S. " Agassiz " ;
a new landing was built at Woodward to accommodate this vessel and alterations were made
to the landing at Ladner. The greater speed of this vessel compensates for its lower carrying
.capacity.
In the Chilliwack District it is noted that much road material has been lost on account of
dust;   reduced appropriations have prevented renewal  of the gravel;    although,  to  outward REPORT OP CHIEF ENGINEER. Q 17
appearances, the road is in the same condition as in the past, the base is gradually wearing away
and it will shortly be expedient to ask for a special appropriation for gravelling in this district,
particularly between Abbotsford and Chilliwack and between Abbotsford and Mission; the latter
section was again oiled and it is only on account of this policy having been in effect for several
years that we are not now faced with the immediate need of gravelling this section.
The Abbotsford—Mission Road, sections of which are subject to flooding at different times
of the year, and which generally lacks any stable foundation, continues to cause a considerable
amount of trouble;   at times the flooding necessitates closing of the road.
The bituminous surfacing on the Trans-Canada Highway, carried out during the previous
year, came through the winter exceptionally well.
The bulk of the funds available for maintenance in Chilliwack District were reserved for
main-travelled roads, repairs on other highways being, of necessity, reduced to a minimum.
Cultus Creek Bridge was replaced and minor repairs were carried out on other bridges throughout the district. A new summer landing, consisting of pile-trestle approach with skid-carriage
to compensate for rise and fall of the water, was constructed for the Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry
at Rosedale. During the year this ferry, previously operated by the Department, was placed
under private operation by charter.
South Yale District is included in Engineering District No. 2; appropriations being, as in
other districts, considerably reduced, it was necessary to work on a part-time basis and roads
were kept in as good a state of repair as could be expected. A considerable amount of direct-
relief labour was available and was utilized for repairs and minor betterments.
Complaints still continue to be received regarding the condition of the Trunk Highway
between Hope and Rosedale and the only remedy is reconstruction of a considerable portion;
heavy washouts necessitated construction of a diversion in the vicinity of Silver Creek and
advantage was taken of this necessity by improving the alignment; protection was provided
against further destruction from high water from Silver Creek.
Construction and Reconstruction.—Work on the Trans-Canada Highway and Princeton-
Hope section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway has already been described.
Work was undertaken at Colony Farm, Essondale, in raising and straightening existing
dykes and was carried out on a day-labour basis, gas-shovels and other necessary equipment
being rented.
Fraser Avenue (No. 5 Road) was improved by the addition of gravel to the reconstructed
road-bed to the extent of funds available. Woodward Highway (No. 3 road) was improved by
an application of asphaltic mulch surfacing on the new diversion from No. 20 Road to the
bridge-head : an asphaltic flush-coat with non-skid surface was applied to other sections. The
diversion of the New Westminster end of the Richmond Highway (No. 19 Road) was improved
by further gravelling. Major improvements to Marine Drive No. 3 were made by construction
of a new storm-water sewer near Wireless Point and a culvert at Musqueam Indian Reserve;
improvements by widening, cribbing, etc., were effected at Spanish Banks.
Work continued during the earlier part of the year, as a relief measure, on the Sechelt-
Pender Harbour Road from Relief Camps 901 and 902, between Secret Cove and Pender
Harbour: much of the work is completed or nearing completion. Similarly, from Relief Camp
903, work was continued on the Squamish-Britannia Road where most suitable for hand-labour,
good progress being made.
Using labour from Relief Camp 207, good progress was made on the Aldergrove-Bellingham
Highway, which project consists of reconstruction of the road to connect with the United States
highway at South Aldergrove; 50,000 cubic yards of material were moved and some 9,000 cubic
yards of gravel surfacing were placed in addition to installation of culverts and fencing; two
new pile-trestle bridges were built by the Department's forces.
The Campbell River Bridge on the Pacific Highway was replaced with a pile-trestle bridge
300 feet in length, designed for 20-ton loading, the deck being finished with asphaltic flush-coat.
On the north side of the Fraser River several bridges were renewed or reconstructed, including
a 68-foot King truss to replace the central pile trestle of Neave's Bridge, which was built at an
elevation 5 feet higher, thus reducing the menace from log-jams.
Protection-work.—With the exception of one weak point, where a serious leak occurred,
the Nicomen Island protection-dykes caused very little worry. Cribbing was constructed about
Vi mile above the Capilano Bridge on Marine Drive, West Vancouver, to throw the main volume
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of flow towards the westerly sandstone bank, thereby removing the threat of the river's heading
into the low land east of the bridge:   this work has proved successful.
Protection-work was carried out on the main Fraser River on the south shore of Lulu Island,
above the Rice Mill, in conjunction with the Canadian National Railway; the erosion was
averted by placement of 800 tons of " one-man"' rock and a serious situation was saved by
timely action.
During the past few years seasonal floods in the Vedder River have resulted in a large
amount of driftwood being deposited on bars and in the channels of the river-bed below the
Vedder Crossing, and the channel has thus been diverted to cause a considerable amount of
damage by erosion. This year, in conjunction with the Federal Government, the clearing of
approximately 2 miles of the river-channel was undertaken as a relief measure; driftwood
was cleared off the bars by the use of donkey-engines and used at some points as protection-work
against further erosion of the banks. Further work remains to be done over 3 or 4 miles of the
river-channel to prevent flooding of highways and property. The assistance and advice of
Mr. Dixon, the Dyking Commissioner, in this work is gratefully acknowledged.
In conjunction with the Federal Government and the Municipality of Kent, further protection-work was carried out on the Fraser River, consisting of grading the river-bank and laying
a rock and brush mattress.
University Endowment Lands.—Work on the development of Chancellor Boulevard in the
University Endowment Lands was commenced in November and substantial progress was made
in grading this street, which has a central boulevard and two roadways.
The usual maintenance-work, which is of a municipal character, was carried on in this
area, including the maintenance of 11.4 miles of roads with sidewalks; the 32 acres of boulevard
with flower-beds, shrubs, and lawns were kept in good condition. Waterworks and sewers were
maintained. A wooden storage-tank of 100,000 gallons capacity was installed for use during
periods of low pressure. The Fire Department continued to operate efficiently under the
capable direction of Chief Lister.
Unemployment Relief.—A camp was established for 200 single unemployed men in the
University Endowment Lands. Practically all camps in the district were in operation throughout the year and were at capacity strength during the latter part of the year. In the main,
very little difficulty has been experienced in keeping the majority well satisfied. A considerable
amount of " Direct Relief " was attended to in some of the districts and the work done by men
from the camps and men on Direct Belief has, for the most part, been creditably performed.
General—Improvements were made to the Cloverdale Garage and Yards and, with the
further addition of some modern equipment, the Department is now in a position to undertake
complete overhaul of all large equipment at a considerable saving in cost.
Engineering District No. 3 (Kamloops, Salmon Arm, and Part of Yale
Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Roads, Bridges, and Ferries.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out
to the extent of funds provided, with special attention to trunk and main highways; all bridges
and ferries were kept in repair.
Construction and Improvement.—Details of work carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway
will be found earlier in this report.
Improvements were carried out on the section of the North Thompson Highway, in Kamloops
District, and on the Kamloops-Merritt and Louis Creek Roads, a total distance of 80.5 miles
having been widened and 24 miles gravelled. Merrift-Spences Bridge Road was improved by
2% miles of widening and by elimination of three railway crossings; 2 miles of the Merritt-
Princeton Road were widened to standard width and 1 mile was gravelled.
Extensive widening on the section of the North Thompson Highway in Salmon Arm District
was done at McMurphy, Wolfenden, and Blue River, and construction was carried on with a
small crew at Red Sands and Valemont. The O'Keefe Diversion on the Kamloops-Vernon Road,
to eliminate two dangerous railway crossings, was completed.
Unemployment Relief.—Throughout the year an average number of 1,313 men were housed
In relief camps in the district, this being 28 per cent, of the total for the whole Province; the
maximum number of 2,199 men was reached on March 18th, twenty-eight camps then being in
occupation;  these camps are situated at various points on the several trunk and main highways REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. Q 19
and the work of supervision and administration naturally added very greatly to the volume of
work in the three district offices in this engineering district.
Engineering District No. 4 (Similkameen, Grand Forks-Greenwood, and
North and South Okanagan Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Highways, Bridges, and Ferries.—The usual maintenance-work was carried
out and relief labour, given in return for Direct Relief, was used in gravelling, clearing ditches,
and improving the roadsides generally. Subgrade drainage was carried out on Arterial Highway
No. 42r in Penticton, 500 feet of tile being laid in rock-filled trench. Many small roads to mining
properties were improved.
Main roads were ploughed and kept open during the winter, with the exception of the
Cascade-Rossland section of the Trans-Provincial Highway.
The Kelowna-Westbank Ferry maintained a regular schedule throughout the year.
Construction and Reconstruction.—Details of work carried out on the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway are given separately elsewhere in this report.
On the Okanagan Highway, minor improvements were made between Penticton and Oliver,
in Similkameen District; iy2 miles in the North Okanagan District were improved by eliminating curvature and widening by relief labour.
A new road was built to Kaleden Packing-house; the Ashnola Road was extended 1 mile.
Reconstruction of 1 mile of the Naramata-Penticton Road and 1 mile of the Naramata North
Road was completed by relief labour. The McCulloch-Carmi Road was surfaced and extensively
ditched.
On the Vernon-Edgewood Road, 4% miles of new construction were completed, except for
surfacing, as a diversion from the tortuous Shuswap Hill, and 1 mile of the Eagle Pass Road
was widened to standard width and gravelled. Both these projects were done by men from
relief camps.
Two miles of industrial and agricultural road were constructed as an extension of the
Lumby-Mabel Lake Road. The Oro Fino Mine Road, 2 miles in length, was improved and the
road to Haight Coal-mine was gravelled and drained for a distance of 1 mile.
Eleven pile-trestle bridges were constructed to replace existing structures weakened with age.
An equipment-shed 100 feet by 80 feet was erected at Vernon to house all plant and
machinery adequately.
Trails.—Dewdney Trail was brushed and improved from Mile 23 to the summit, a distance
of approximately 20 miles;  a trail was built from Granite Creek to Rice's, a distance of 4 miles.
Engineering District No. 5  (Revelstoke, Rossland-Teail, Nelson, Ceeston,
and Kaslo-Si.ocan Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Roads, Bridges, and Ferries.—There is nothing unusual to report under this
heading; in spite of reduced appropriations, roads were generally maintained in fair condition
and bridges kept in safe condition; ferries continued to operate very successfully, although some
difficulty is experienced in landing during high water on the Columbia River. The S.S.
" Nasookin " was taken over by the Government from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
and continued in operation between Fraser's Landing and Gray Creek, on Kootenay Lake.
Deep snow, accompanied by heavy gales in certain parts of the district, was experienced
during the latter part of December and all through January and February, much difficulty
being experienced in keeping the Nelson-Ymir and Rosebery-Nakusp Roads open, as well as the
roads in the Rossland area. The snowfall on the Revelstoke West Road was reported as 18 feet
in depth.
Construction and Improvement.—Details of work carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway
and on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway will be found elsewhere, under those headings.
The Nelson-Kaslo Road was greatly improved by widening and building rock retaining-
walls in the vicinity of Woodbury Creek, where formerly the road was narrow and dangerous.
Between Nelson and Nakusp, much useful widening and reconstruction-work was undertaken, particularly between Silverton and Rosebery, where a heavy diversion was built to
improve a railway crossing and to give better alignment throughout.
On the Columbia River Road, in the Arrow Lakes area, noticeable improvements were made
between Nakusp and Edgewood, also on the lower end of the Edgewood-Yernon Road. Q 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
In addition to several smaller structures, a 90-foot Howe-truss span with three bents of
trestle approach, all on concrete footings, was built over Kaslo Creek, close to the City of Kaslo.
The Goldstream Bridge on the Big Bend link of the Trans-Canada Highway, about 59 miles
north of Revelstoke, was completed ; other smaller bridges were replaced or renewed in the
Revelstoke District.
Protection-work.—In the Revelstoke District it was necessary to construct two mattresses,
450 by 50 feet and 290 by 40 feet respectively, on the Illecillewaet River to protect the Howe-
truss span on the Arrowhead Road. On Eagle River a mattress 150 feet long at Solsqua and a
mattress 250 by 50 feet at Sicamous were also necessary to protect the, highway.
Further protection was also undertaken at Mosquito Creek, in the Slocan section of the
Kaslo-Slocan District, to arrest bank-erosion;   piling and sheeting was used.
Engineering District No. 6 (Cranbrook, Fernie, and Columbia Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Highways, Bridges, and Ferries.—The usual maintenance of all important
roads and bridges was carried out at less cost than in previous years, intensive patrol grader-
work playing the most important part, especially during the dry season; the foundation-work
carried out during the past three years has proved to be a real factor in making possible a visible
reduction in maintenance expenditures.
All main highways throughout the district were kept open during the winter in spite of an
unusually heavy snowfall, with the exception of the Elko-Fernie section of the Trans-Provincial
Highway, which was blocked from January to April by a huge snowslide; traffic was detoured
via the old road between Elko and Morrissey. Between Crowsnest and Fernie, extremely heavy
snow, some 17% feet in all, made amidst continuous snow-ploughing necessary.
The necessary repairs were undertaken on bridges. The Kootenay River Bridges at Wasa
and Newgate were strengthened with tower reinforcing, their useful life thus being prolonged.
A few of the smaller spans were replaced with culverts and fills. There was no damage to any
structures from high water.
Construction and Improvement.—Details of work carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway
and on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway will be found elsewhere, under those headings.
The adoption of a standard of construction, particularly with regard to grade and alignment, has been the most outstanding feature throughout the district, so that final location has
been established on the various projects undertaken for whatever type of surface may be contemplated in the future, and while little new mileage has been effected, reconstruction or
widening of the existing highways has been most pronounced. Careful surveys were made of
all works, and much heavy construction proved necessary in order to achieve the desired results.
At Glenlily, on the Curzon Junction-Kingsgate Road, a project of reconstruction of 3 miles
was commenced and partly completed and y2 mile of the existing road was widened in solid rock.
General improvements were carried out on the Cranbrook-Kimberley Road, % mile being
straightened near Cranbrook.
The Northern section of the Sinclair Diversion of the Kootenay-Columbia River Highway
was completed and surfaced with gravel and approximately 10 miles of the existing highway
between Canal Plat and Golden were resurfaced with gravel. Widening of a 3-mile section at
Thunder Hill, near Canal Plat, was carried out: at Fairmont, a section of the road 1 mile in
length was improved and straightened. Between Wasa and Cranbrook, two narrow hills were
widened and 1 mile of the existing road was reconstructed and surfaced with gravel. A diversion y,2 mile in length at Barclay Flats was. completed, which eliminates several dangerous
curves.
Between Elko and Newgate, several sharp curves were improved or eliminated.
Mark Creek Bridge was reconstructed, a steel-girder span 37 feet wide, with 27 feet wide
concrete deck and sidewalk, having been erected on concrete foundations.
Trails.—Some of the regularly travelled trails were kept open to the extent of funds available and several of the more important mining-trails in the vicinity of Cranbrook and Port
Steele were improved from funds available under the " Mines Development Act."
General.—More than usual activity on the highways of this district was in evidence throughout the season, due in a large measure to the amount of labour available from Relief Camps,
and persons receiving Direct Relief, which made possible the linking-up and completion of most
of the projects commenced the previous year.    AVeather conditions were favourable until the late fall and every advantage was taken, with excellent results, of the opportunity afforded to
bring our main highways up to standard. The quality of work generally and the return for
funds expended was most gratifying.
Engineering District No. 7 (Prince Rupert, Skeena, and Atlin Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Roads, Bridges, and Ferries.—The plan of general routine work, due to curtailment of capital expenditures and reduced maintenance funds, was necessarily somewhat
modified, and co-operation on behalf of all concerned resulted in material savings with reasonable
services maintained and without undue neglect of any travelled ways.
A considerable portion of the maintenance-work, except in Atlin and Telegraph Creek
sections of the district, was done by men in " working out" relief allowances.
Pending renewal of Delkatla Bridge near Masset, on Graham Island, a pile structure 1,140
feet long, many bents were reinforced; this bridge is very important for local traffic. The life
of Hazelton Bridge was extended by suitable reinforcement.
Construction and Improvement.—This class of work fell below the usual amount this year
on account of reduced appropriations and on account of the exceptional expense of carrying
out such work as a relief measure in this section of the Province.
Headway was made on the road to Babine Lake from a point in the vicinity of Smithers,
almost 20 miles being cleared and improved to a point within 6 miles of the end of the road.
Work was performed on the Terrace—Lakelse Road, including partial construction of a cut-off
% mile in length, which will shorten the distance by \y2 miles and eliminate a bad hill.
In North Atlin District, Ruby Creek Road was extended 2 miles.
Ararious repairs were carried out on the Port Clements-Masset and Port Clements-Tlell
Roads; a street 400 feet in length was opened up in Port Clements running towards the Yakoun
River Trail, and in Queen Charlotte City, work was done in extending the street westerly from
the city.
Braun's Island Bridge, protected by dolphins and boom logs, was completed. Boundary
Creek Bridge was built on the Premier Mine Road at 13-Mile.
Trails.—A considerable amount of work was done in maintenance of trails to mining
properties: 3 miles of prospectors' trail were built on Indian River from its mouth to Indian
River Lake, not far from Anyox, as a relief measure.
Protection-work.—A substantial crib, 360 feet long and 10 feet high, was built to protect
Telkwa River Road from encroachment of the Telkwa River near the Canadian National Railway Station. At Alice Arm, some work was done as a relief measure in clearing and opening
a channel to prevent the Kitsault River from taking a new course to the east of Alice Arm
Suspension Bridge.
Prince Rupert Wharf.—A considerable amount of repairs were necessary this year in
renewing joists and corbels, as the ice-rooms of the five fish companies impose quite a strain
on this structure. Sections of the building walls and floors were also renewed and reinforced
and the roof was repaired. Some repairs were also made to the Cow Bay floats and a new
electric-lighting pole was erected.
Engineering District No. 8  (Fort George and Omineca Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Roads. Bridges, and Ferries.—In addition to general maintenance, 30 miles
of gravelling were carried out in Omineca District. The Cariboo Highway was also gravelled
over a distance of 2 miles and 10 miles were patched.
Materials were purchased for a new ferry at Isle Pierre to be built in the spring when the
river is open.    Bridges and ferries were maintained.
Construction and Improvement.—The section of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
west of Prince George was widened for 4 miles and 17 miles were gravelled.
The section east of Prince George towards Yellowhead was graded to Hansard and some
gravelling was done near Newlands and also on the north side of Eaglet Lake. Three camps
were opened up for relief-work, but only one camp was employed all the season; work was also
done by settlers on Direct Relief.
At present this easterly section of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway is in fair condition from Prince George to Giscome, a distance of 30 miles; from Giscome to the crossing
of the Fraser River at Hansard, the grading of road is 90 per cent, completed, but gravelling Q 22 PUBLIC AV0RKS REPORT, 1932-33.
has yet to be done. From the crossing of the Fraser River to a point 10 miles east of McBride,
portions have been cleared, portions have been partly graded, and some portions are as yet
untouched. From McBride, easterly, the road is in fair condition to a point opposite Dunster,
although improvements and gravelling are necessary; from Dunster, easterly, for 7 miles it
will be necessary to relocate the old road to connect with the road located to Tete Jaime, 15
miles farther in, some 12 miles of which have been cleared and rough-graded, a trail having
been cut over the remaining 3 miles. From Tete Jaune, easterly, it will be possible to improve
and repair the old Tote Road.
On the Cariboo Road, 1 mile was reconstructed ; a culvert and fill was put in to replace a
small bridge at Mile 14 and a new culvert was placed at Mile 7; 4 miles of widening and
ditching were also carried out.    A bridge was built over Salmon River.
The McKenzie Highway to the Nation River was further improved by installation of culverts
and grading of side-hills; the bridge over the Nation River was completed. This highway is
now rough-graded to Nation River, but still requires widening and gravelling south of that
point. North of the river a trail has been cut and trucks have hauled over it for some 20 miles
to the Klawi River. From this point to Slate Creek, Mr. Ogilvie has cut a winter trail via
the South Fork of the Germansen River, over which trail he hauled machinery; this trail,
however, will not be suitable for summer travel until more work and gravelling have been done.
Several smaller bridges in the district were built and the old Hagwilget Suspension Bridge
was re-erected as a foot-bridge over the Bulkley River at AValcott,
Engineering District No. 9 (Cariboo and Part of Lillooet Electoral Districts).
Maintenance of Roads, Bridges, and Ferries.—Due to the shortage of funds and the necessity
of rotating labour, the patrol system inaugurated the previous year on the Cariboo Road had
to be abandoned until such time as conditions improve. Maintenance was carried out by sending
the graders over the roads once or twice during the season. Due to the exceptionally wet
summer and fall, the roads were not as good on the whole as in previous years and in some
sections were left frozen in a rutted condition, which continued during the winter.
The snowfall was above normal; in the interests of economy the snow-ploughing was
curtailed, which caused some dissatisfaction. The mining activity in the Barkerville area and,
to a lesser extent, in the Bridge River area necessitated additional equipment.
No major bridges were constructed, but a number of small spans were either renewed or
replaced with fills ;   improvement-work was done to the approaches of several existing ferries.
Construction and Improvement.—AArork was continued on reconstruction of the Williams
Lake-Soda Creek Road, 2.04 miles of major reconstruction-work to a standard width of 22 feet
having been completed and, in addition, 0.39 mile of new road was built to give connection
through the centre of the Village of Williams Lake. Major reconstruction-work was also
carried out on 1.05 miles of the Cariboo Road and 2.65 miles of the Chilcotin Main Road.
A number of important projects were started on local and settlement roads to help out the
labour situation. A total of over 60 miles was constructed or improved to a higher standard.
New gravelling to a total length of 12.50 miles was laid down and 3 miles of worn gravel were
renewed.
Unemployment Relief.—Conditions remained about the same as last year; in the expectation
of distress amongst those who had flocked to the Cariboo, the Macalister Camp was reopened
for a time. Good work was accomplished by relief labour in the vicinity of Williams Lake,
Quesnel, Lillooet, and elsewhere in gravelling and widening main roads.
Engineering District No. 10  (Peace River District).
Maintenance of Roads. Bridges, and Ferries.—The small appropriation was only sufficient
for ordinary maintenance and supervision, the funds allotted being expended entirely for
repairs, replacing culverts, and for grading and ditching.
An expenditure was necessary for replacing the approaches to Beatton River Bridge, which
had been carried away by ice; the expenditure on maintenance and replacement of small
bridges and repairs to bridges amounted to slightly more than $5,000.
Ferries were maintained, repaired, and kept in operation; expenditures were made on the
east and main Pine Cable Crossings. REPORT OP CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Q 23
Construction and Improvement.—Very little major construction-work was carried out; only
one new bridge was constructed, this being the Sunset Creels Bridge; materials were purchased
for the High Level Bridge over Dawson Creek.
Unemployment Relief.—No camps in this district were erected or in use, but work was
provided within a reasonable distance of the homes of those who were receiving Direct Relief,
and consisted of clearing right-of-way, improving the roads generally, and cutting culvert and
bridge timber. On account of the fact that most of this work, naturally, had to be performed
during the winter months, when it is impossible to carry out work economically in this district,
it is doubtful whether the full value for the comparatively large sums expended was obtained,
but it must be remembered that the expenditures were primarily for relief of distress and that
the work, though important, was of secondary importance. The cost of supervision, including
compiling of records and endorsing of time-checks, was only 4.5 per cent, of the total amount
expended.
CONCLUSION.
In conclusion, I commend in the highest possible terms the painstaking work and the loyalty
of the various officers of the Department.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
P. PHILIP,
Deputy Minister and Chief Engineer,
Department of Public Works.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Department of Public AVorks,
Parliament Buildings,
. A7ictoria, B.C., June 23rd, 1933.
P. Philip, Esq.,
Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the following report on the activities of the Architectural
Branch for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1933:—
General.—On account of reduced appropriations, very little new work has been carried out,
our activities having been mainly confined to maintenance of and repairs to existing buildings;
the continued co-operation and assistance of the tradesmen staffs at the various institutions and
buildings deserves special mention and has greatly assisted in keeping down the cost of all
operations. It is gratifying to be able to report that, despite the many calls for necessary work,
the combined votes for the Parliament Buildings, Government House, and Public Buildings
generally, have not been exceeded.
Essondale Mental Hospital.—In addition to the annual maintenance, a series of verandahs
were added to the Male Chronic Building ; these verandahs are a great improvement and are
a safeguard to the patients; when funds permit, it is recommended that similar verandahs be
provided for other wings.
Owing to the dykes around Colony Farm being unsafe through erosion by high water, a new
dyke was built under the direction of the Engineering Department and a considerable amount of
improvement-work was carried out.
The Veterans' Unit not being opened, additional space has had to be provided in the other
units, necessitating considerable changes and expense, resulting in overcrowding the existing
units.
New Westminster Mental Hospital.—Two of the wards, comprising one building at this
institution, having been condemned as unsafe and unfit for habitation, the building was " gutted "
by the patients, the frame being left ready for remodelling, which, when funds are available,
will be the most economical way of providing increased accommodation.
The old fire-mains having been condemned by the New AATestminster Fire Department, a start
was made on replacing the system with a complete and satisfactory installation. Q 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
Economies have been effected in the heating of this Hospital which have resulted in considerably reducing the fuel-consumption.
Saanich Mental Home.—The installation of two automatic stokers to the boilers at this institution is expected to result in a fuel-saving during the forthcoming year.
Home for Incurables, Marpole.—A considerable amount of work was done during the year
in redecorating this Hospital, and it is expected to complete the whole of the building during
the year.
Oakalla Prison Farm.—The wall and fence enclosing part of this property have been completed by prison labour, and we have now only to erect the Gate House as the final link. The
whole of the south, east, and west wings have been considerably strengthened; with the completion of the Gate House, the possibility of escape from this institution will be remote. I would
like to mention here the courtesy and co-operation extended to us by the Penitentiary authorities,
who fabricated the grilles required for strengthening the south wing.
Provincial Home, Kamloops.—Changes, improvements, and redecoration were carried out at
this institution;  remodelling part of the heating system resulted in a considerable saving in fuel.
Court-houses.—In addition to the annual maintenance and repairs, the damage by fire to the
Court-house at Prince George was made good; remodelling was carried out at the A'aucouver
Court-house for the Taxation Branch, and at the New AArestminster Court-house for the Motor-
vehicle Licence Branch.
Schools.—The improvement to the grounds at the Arictoria Normal School has been almost
completed during this period.
Numerous plans of standard schools have been forwarded to various districts throughout the
Province. Plans were prepared for a four-room school at Prince George, a one-room addition at
Deroche, a two-room school at Hazelton, and one-room schools at Ashcroft and Great Central
Lake.
At the request of the Department of Education, a complete scheme of drawings was made
for use in manual-training courses.
Furniture.—To meet various requirements, substantial savings were effected by transferring
furniture from one district to another. I would recommend that, for the sake fit economy and
uniformity, all furniture purchases for all departments be made by this Department, as intended
by the " Public AVorks Act," and that an adjustment be made in the various votes with this end
in view.
Through co-operation with the Mental Hospital authorities it was possible to recondition a
large number of chairs from the Vancouver Court-house at a nominal cost.
An inventory of Government property which was commenced last year is being completed.
Conclusion.—In concluding this report, I wish to comment on the loyalty of those of the
staff who were placed on one-half or three-quarter time during this year; this expedient was, of
course, a great handicap, as during the past few years the institutions have been enlarged considerably, whereas there has been no corresponding increase in staff.
I also wish respectfully to bring before your notice the condition of our buildings through
insufficient funds to maintain them. AA'hile I fully realize the necessity of -rigid economy, I am
convinced that large sums will have to be expended in the near future to place these buildings
in a state of proper repair and in a condition to withstand the ravages of time and nature.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Henry AA'hittaker,
Chief Architect. CARIBOO ROAD—TRAFFIC RECORDS.
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PART V. OF " HIGHWAY ACT "—LICENSING OF
PUBLIC VEHICLES.
STATEMENT OF LICENCES ISSUED FOR PUBLIC PASSENGER-VEHICLES
DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1932.
No. of       No. of Licences
Carrying Capacity. Vehicles cancelled
licensed.     during Period.
I to 5 passengers     24 10
6 to 10 passengers     54 15
II to 20 passengers     36 9
21 to 30 passengers '.     87 13
Over 30 passengers     17 4
218 51
Total passenger licences issued  218
Total passenger licences cancelled .:     51
Total passenger licences in force at December 31st, 1932  167
STATEMENT OF  LICENCES  ISSUED FOR  PUBLIC  FREIGHT-VEHICLES
DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1932.
No. of       No. of Licences
Carrying Capacity. Vehicles cancelled
licensed.     during Period.
Up to \y2 tons  94 24
Over \y2 tons and up to iy2 tons  77 13
Over 2i/2 tons '.  35 7
Y± ton (motor-cycles)  3 2
209 4(3
Total freight licences issued  209
Total freight licences cancelled     46
Total freight licences in force at December 31st, 1932  163
Total passenger licences in force at March 31st, 1932  147
Total freight licences in force at March 31st, 1932  12S Q 30
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
April 1st, 1932, to March 31st, 1933.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount of
Tender.
Remarks.
Oakalla Prison Farm :
Fence Lighting:
Mott Electric Co	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
C. C. Carter	
Sayer-Kirkpatrick Co	
F. J. Archer	
Maxwell H. Horie~.	
C. H. E. Williams Co., Ltd
Moulton Electric, Ltd	
George H. Winklemann	
$3,237.00
$3,382.00
3,475.00
3,574.00
3,647.00
3,887.00
3,935.00
4,119.85
4,200.00
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ROADS.
Dollarton Highway :
Delivery of 2.000 Cubic Yards of Gravel for Highway:
(a.)   Loaded into Government Trucks at Bunkers:
Arthur D. Westcott	
Cascade Rock & Gravel Co., Ltd	
Atlas Builders' Supplies, Ltd	
B.C. Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd	
(&.)   Loaded, Hauled, and Spread:
Arthur D. Westcott	
Cascade Rock & Gravel Co., Ltd	
Deeks Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd	
Atlas Builders' Supplies, Ltd	
B.C. Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd ..'.	
Road-oiling—Spraying Oil as specified :
Grand Forks-Greemvood and Similkameen Districts:
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd	
Interior Contracting Co., Ltd	
North and South Okanagan Districts:
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd	
Interior Contracting Co., Ltd	
Bituminous Surface Treatment :
Salmon Arm District:
Department's Specification:
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Individual Specification for Alternative Tender:
Barrett Co., Ltd., using " Tarvia "	
Dewdney District:
Department's Specification:
General Construction Co., Ltd	
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd	
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd	
Individual Specification for Alternative Tender:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Barrett Co., Ltd., using " Tarvia "	
Barrett Co., Ltd., using " Tarvia " with tar substitute for
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Cameron Construction Co., Ltd., using " Bitumuls "	
W. C. Davis, using " Colas "	
$750.00
900.00
1,100.00
1,400.00
1,700.00
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2,200.00
2,700.00
3,000.00
1,616.60
1,770.00
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9,159.00
10,112.50
10,343.50
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Contract not
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Contract not
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Contract not
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Contract not
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Contract not
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Contract not
awarded. TENDERS.
Q 31
FERRIES.
Work and Tenderer.
Amount of
Tender.
Remarks.
Arrowhead-Beaton Ferry :
Annual Subsidy for Operation of Privateiy-owncd Ferry:
The Beaton Boat Co., Ltd	
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry :
Annual Subsidy for Operation of Government-owned Ferry
J. T. Henley	
'H. C. Cartmell	
Ladner-Woodward Ferry :
Annual Subsidy for Operation of Government-owned Ferry
L. M. Robson	
',000.00
Awarded.     One-
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charter   from
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year
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W. J. Saddler	
R. G. Good	
O. F. Browne	
E. Hamilton Hogg...	
F. J. Mavis and J. C. Garvie	
Pratt, Wooler & Co. (of Canada), Ltd	
D. H. Ballemy, A. Levy, and J. Lawrence
$11,500.00
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$1,800 per
annum to
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during life
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No subsidy.
No subsidy.
No subsidy.
No subsidy.
$1,000.00
1,980.00
S,500.00
charter from No-
vember'lst, 1932.
Awarded.
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charter from October 1st,  1932. Q 32
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act," Chapter 24 of the Statutes of
British Columbia, 1930.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1933.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
City Municipalities.
Alberni	
Armstrong	
Courtenay	
Cumberland	
Duncan	
Enderby	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood	
Kaslo	
Ladysmith 	
Merritt	
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody 	
Salmon Arm :	
District Municipalities
Burnaby	
Chilliwack.
Coldstream
Coquitlam..
Delta	
33r
5b
30b
34r
33b
32b
3b
54b
34b
35b
71k
3Cr
44k
43k
78b
08k
73k
75a
74a
53b
20 r
75b
19e
57r
42b
37k
23b
80b
lit
14r
17b
02 a
14b
22b
Sk
Or
01b
02b
52a
18r
07k
10r
14b
15b
80r
08 a
09a
40b
87b
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Canadian Highway	
River Road	
Beaver Creek Road	
Vernon—Salmon Arm 	
Armstrong—Salmon Arm 	
Island Highway 	
Cumberland    Road and Union
Street	
Comox Road	
Dunsmuir Avenue	
Courtenay—Cumberland Road
(Fourth Street)	
Island Highway	
Vernon—Salmon Arm	
Trans-Provincial 	
Trans-Provincial	
Nelson-Kaslo  	
Island Highway 	
Men-itt-Spences Bridge 	
Merritt—Kamloops.	
Merritt—Princeton	
Canadian Highway	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Centra!  Arterial	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
loco-Port Moody  	
Clarke Road.  	
Trans-Provincial 	
Salmon Arm—Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Trans-Provincial  (Kingsway)...
Hastings-Barnet	
Central  Arterial	
Grand view-Douglas	
North Road   (west half)...	
Riverw7ay   (Marine Drive)	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)...
Rosedale Ferry Road	
Vedder Mountain..	
Sardis Road....	
Monashee Road (White Valley)
Dewdney  Trunk  Road .'	
Central Arterial 	
Coquitlam Road	
North Road (east half)...	
Clarke Road  	
Ladner Marsh Road 	
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu
Road)  	
Scott Road (western portion)....
Boundary  Bay  Road	
Parts of Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Secondary.
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.....
Arterial	
Primary...
Primary.™
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary....
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Primary....
Arterial.-..^
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Primary....
Primary.. .
Secondary.
Secondary.
Api'roximate Mileage.
Arterial.
2.00
1.50
1.35
0.00
1.11
2.50
1.75
0.73
0.63
1.00
1.63
3.25
3.70
4.25
2.65
0.90
4.25
6.75
6.15-
15.19
2.25
2.10
3.53
6.25
1.85
Primary.
1.36
1.21
5.46
9.00
9.00
5.15
Secondary.
1.40
0.66
0.90
1.10
1.05
0.36
0.21
1.12
0.69
0.21
1.40
3.30
6.00
3.65
1.40
1.12
7.80
0.52 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Q 39
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1933—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.  Primary
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Fraser Mills	
Kent	
Langley  ...
Maple Ridge	
Matsqui	
Mission	
North Cowichan..
North Vancouver
Peachland	
Penticton	
Pitt Meadows..
Richmond..
Saanich..
Salmon Arm..
Spallumcheen..
Sumas..
76R
26b
60 a
3k
77k
71b
22k
59r
69r
73b
4 b
12k
23k
94b
77b
90b
31k
63a
36b
73a
00a
50b
40r
42r
80b
20b
21r
55r
78b
74b
75b
79b
00k
50b
84b
70b
28r
20r
52k
30k
57a
85b
38r
24b
26b
76b
63b
02r
70a
32b
6k
7k
61b
Central Arterial	
Trans-Provincial   (Deroche-
Agassiz Road and Agassiz
Ferry  Road)	
Harrison Hot Springs  	
Trans-Provincial  	
Aldergrove-Bellingham	
Mc-Lellan Road.	
Trans-Provincial	
Port Hammond Loop	
Port Haney  Loop 	
River Road and Dewdney Trunk
Road	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)—.
Abbotsford—Mission^	
Trans-Provincial 	
Silverdale-Mission...  	
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Cedar Valley Road	
Island Highway	
Cowichan Lake Road	
Quamichan Lake Road	
Dollarton Highway	
Marine Drive  (Robson Road)—.
Mountain Highway 	
Peachland-Kelowna	
Summerlan d-Pentict on—Oliver
Road s	
Fairview7 Road   (Green  Mountain Road to Keremeos)	
Penticton-Naramata....	
Trans-Provincial   (Dewdney
Trunk Road)	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road...	
Harris Road	
Harris  Road	
Hammond Road 	
McNeil Road	
No.  5  Road	
Woodward Highway	
Steveston Highway	
No.  19 Road	
Island Highway 	
Quadra St. and Saanich Road
West Saanich Road	
East Saanich Road	
Verdier Avenue	
Keating  Cross-road	
Trans-Provincial	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Salmon Arm—Grande Prairie	
Canoe Road	
Vernon-Salmon Arm	
Vernon—Kamloops	
Landsdow-ne Loop 	
Armstrong—Salmon River..	
i Trans-Provincial	
j Abbotsford—Huntingdon	
I Yale Road —	
Arterial..
Arterial	
Primary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary-
Primary—
Primary	
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial..
Secondary.
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterialf...
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary-
Arterial	
Secondary-
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial—
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary.
Arterial	
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primaryt--
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterialf...
0.78
13.73
10.82
4.04
12.40
1.85
0.74
7.88
5.45
9.10
13.00
7.75
4.59
3.40
3.001
5.89
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
12.20
4.90
11.68
2.54
13.60f
2.37
2.50
4.73
1.00
0.77
3.75f
1.10
10.80
5.00
15.50
2.00
4.25
1.73
0.94
5.50
1.90
1.70
0.90
2.00
6.28
2.90
6.54
2.00
4.20
6.25
3.25
7.10
t Classification to be rescinded upon completion of construction of highway in new location. STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT OCTOBER 31st. 1933--Continued:
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highw7ay.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Sumas..
Summerland.-
Surrey	
West Vancouver.
Village Municipalities.
Abbotsford	
Burns Lake	
Creston	
Gibsons Landing..
Hope	
Mission..
Quesnel....
Smithers-
Stewart..
Terrace..
Tofino	
Vanderhoof..
Williams Lake..
59b
60b
41k
15k
2r
13k
61a
89 b
90b
60b
67a
71a
72a
OB
llR
49R
05a
45k
70r
46r
81r
25b
24r
93b
97b
47b
50k
58b
72r
51r
67b
08b
48k
04r
79k
Vye Road	
Vedder Mountain	
Penticton—Kelowna	
Peace Arch Highway	
Trans-Provincial   (Yale Road)..
Pacific Highway	
Scott Road   (eastern portion)...
Johnston Road	
Campbell River Road-. —
McLellan Road	
Marine Drive 	
Nelson Avenue	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street---	
Trans-Provincial   (Yale Road)..
Abbotsford—Mission	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Burns Lake—Francois Lake Road
Trans-Provincial (CanyonRoad)
Pender Harbour Highway	
Trans-Provincial (WaterStreet)
Hope—Princeton	
Trans-Provincial   (Dewdney
Trunk Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission Rd. (Home
Avenue and Harbour Street)
Seventh Street and Grand Avenue	
Cedar Valley Road  (easterly
half).!	
Cariboo Road  	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Hudson  Bay Mountain  Road,—
Stewart-Bear River Highway-..
Prince Rupert Highw7ay	
Kalum  Street	
Tofino-Dcluelet Road	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Fort St. James Highw7ay	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Rd..
Secondary..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary..
Secondary..
Secondary j
Primary	
Primary	
Primary.
Arterial..
Arterial..
Arterial..
Primary.
Arterial..
Arterial..
Arterial..
Arterial..
Arterial..
Arterial..
Secondary.
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
8.95
5.60
12.20
9.55
0.52
0.35
0.53
0.83
0.80
0.98
1.52
1.40
0.56
1.29
1.45
1.78
1.07
0.52
0.54
1.00
7.60
11.13
0.41
0.40
3.00
3.75
9.80
2.50
2.40
0.18
0.70
0.50
1.35
0.50
1.17
Summary.
City Municipalities :	
District Municipalities	
Village Municipalities	
Total classified mileage	
Deduct for duplicate mileage—
North Road in Burnaby and Coquitlam Municipalities	
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey Municipalities	
Cedar Valley Road in Mission District and Mission Village..
Net total classified mileage	
29.85
266.62
-15.14
2.57
63.27
0.18
7.70
138.48
4.22
311.61
66.02
150.40
5.1E
1.40
0.50
311.01    [    00.87
I
148.50 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 41
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Vote 167. Minister's Office   $12,298.07
Vote 108. Administration     169,720.08
Vote 169. Maintenance, Parliament Buildings and Grounds  119,701.18
Vote 170. Government House   20,532.08
Vote 173. Repairs to Government Buildings  (except Parliament Buildings and Government House)  191,478.36
Vote 175. Electrical Energy Inspection  12,454.25
$526,184.02
Vote 174. Steam-boiler Inspection (credit balance)    1,346.37
Total, Votes 167-170 and 173-175       $524,837.65
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Vote 171. Roads       $1,141,215.70
Bridges   215,497.92
Ferries     166,367.25
Traffic Operation and Snow Service  10,198.64
Launch   ,.  1,902.04
Bituminous  Surfacing  49,893.71
Contingencies   6,874.78
$1,591,950.04
Wharves (credit balance)    $4,116.71
Cariboo Highway—Toll Section (credit balance)     5,578.73
Refund on account Relief Expenditure charged to
Sundry Loan Acts  '.  73,124.95
  82,820.39
     1,509,129.65
Vote 132. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         $32,008.83
Vote 171b. Arrowhead-Beaton Ferry, Subsidy   1,166.66
Vote 171c. Dewdney Dyking District, Grant   2,500.00
Vote 172. Local Roads within Organized Territory   620.02
S.W. No. 5. Salary of Chauffeur, Parliament Buildings  741.00
 37,036.51
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a)—Roads  34,434.92
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6(a) —
Roads   $24,519.34
Bridges  2,606.00
Ferries   17,000.00
 44,125.34
'-' B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads          $60,393.13
Bridges   30,303.38
Local Roads within Municipal Limits   4,799.53
  95,496.04
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads   $64,645.95
Bridges  109,526.37
Burrard Street Bridge   50,000.00
Ferry Landing  3,079.30
Bituminous Surfacing   7,581.27
        234,832.89
"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (&) —
Roads   $8,753.16
Bridges         126,401.05
         135,154.21
Capital Account (Unemployment Relief).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a)  $54,594.77
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)  38,003.19
" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (o)   (prior to May 1st, 1932)  176,007.11
" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (after May 1st, 1932)  641,156.36
Carried forward       $909,761.43   $2,615,047.21
4 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Capital Account (Unemployment Relief)—Continued.
Brought forward       $909,701.43   $2,015,047.21
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "—
Municipal Relief         063,672.17
Single Men not in Camps  6,290.39
Advances to Municipalities         138,946.33
Maintenance of Men in Subsistence Camps operated by B.C.
Special Commission—
Permissible Charges in Excess of Dominion Contribution $100,058.56
Charges not Refundable by Dominion        34,290.65
 134,349.21
Public Health   72,381.31
Provincial Direct Relief, including Non-contributory and Supervision      1,369,655.02
Relief, Land Settlement Plan  284.48
Camp Equipment, Machinery, etc., rejected by Dominion Government  35,634.92
Special Warrant No. 1.    Direct Relief  34,048.53
Special Warrant No. 2.    Municipal Works  53,027.82
Special Warrant No. 18.    Direct Relief, Camps  17,333.99
Total, Unemployment Relief       3,735,385.60
Capital Expenditure (Buildings).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (o)          $15,832.51
" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)   25,525.80
Total, Capital Account (Buildings)   4L35S.31
$6,391,791.12 STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURE. Q 43
ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
104. Biological   (survey)     $33.50
111. Departure Bay (survey)   33.30
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $66.80
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
193. Spruce River  :  $6,797.34
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          6,797.34
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $994.41
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   388.41
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :  Direct Relief (F)    1,560.50
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment .
Relief   10,950.12
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   93,613.50
Total, Unemployment Relief     107,507.00
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Beaver Creek   $74.90
10. Central Lake   64.80
100. Canadian Highway   1,993.19
109. Church     141.04
253. Crump   67.20
111. Departure Bay  446.53
117. Errington Cross-road   299.05
33. Holberg-Cape Scott   92.92
158. Hilliers  110.28
156. Island Highway  3,511.96
128. Lagoon     281.60
137. Northwest Bay  195.55
199. Peninsular Trail   53.50
222. Qualicum Settlement   109.90
21. Sebastian     75.00
185.  Station (Coombs)   151.90
18. Tofino-Ucluelet    92.21
154. Turner     70.62
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)  370.94
Supervision Account   4,624.59
Haulage-truck Account   8,415.98
Tools and Plant Account   753.40
55. Cameron Lake Bridge (fill)    2,498.95
$24,496.01
Classified Highways.
33r. Canadian Highway (arterial)   81.31
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc      24,577.32
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Townsite   $98.70
12a. Red Gap   103.20
15. Thompson   241.55
20. Englishman River   89.73
22. Morning Star  1  51.58
23. French Creek   196.07
31. Little Qualicum River   247.47
35. Shaw Creek   103.81
Carried forward ,  $1,132.11 $138,948.46 Q 44 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 117—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,132.11 $138,948.46
Reo. No.
36. Big Qualicum River   165.47
42. Fletcher  52.50
50. Coombs    236.32
52. Whisky Creek   365.95
55. Cameron Lake   4,029.25
71. Dog Creek    230.45
72. Burde     149.30
74. 1-Mile    172.10
76. Gill's    66.49
77. Tinkley's  68.11
89. Grouse Creek   214.70
95. River Bend   102.80
98. Sproat Falls   90.94
99. Boot Lagoon   50.86
141. Fraser   88.05
183. Quatsino    68.40
232. Fisherman River (west)    51.00
233. Fisherman River  (east)    50.35
241. Jensen   S4.50
244. Log  185.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   510.78
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance          8,165.43
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to You Group  $200.00
Cableway at 3-Mile Bridge   100.00
Franklin Creek Trail   190.00
Price Creek Trail  75.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  565.00
Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
100. Canadian Highway  .... $1,048.54
156. Island Highway  4,050.22
158.  Hilliers Road   534.89
53r. Canadian Highway   700.90
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing         6,334.55
Total expenditure, Alberni District  $154,013.44
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
16. Atlin streets  $211.00
218. Atlin-Silver Lead   121.40
8. Indian Creek   188.25
13. O'Donnel River   147.00
15. Ruby Creek   759.80
17. Spruce Creek  503.15
Sundry roads (units under $50)   48.17
Garage  301.48
Material and supplies   915.95
Plant and tools  103.98
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       $3,300.18
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
26. McKee  $134.50
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   15.50
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance   150.00
Carried forward       $3,450.18 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 45
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH)—-Continued.
Brought forward       $3,450.18
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
15. Ruby Creek       $1,499.25
17. Spruce (upper)   60.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,559.25
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)       $5,009.43
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0  (a) :   Roads.
Alaska-Yukon Highway  $106.88
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $106.88
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :   Bridges.
2-40-111. Boundary Creek   $1,532.72
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          1,532.72
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) i  Unemployment Relief   $691.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief   3,416.33
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   18,844.12
Total, Unemployment Relief        22,951.85
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
146. Alice Arm streets  $187.00
71. Bear-Nass Trail  '.  117.85
63. Bear River  '  660.75
70. Bitter Creek Trail   105.00
81. Grease Harbour Trail  112.00
65. Gwinaha-Cranberry    5S.80
83. Illiance Trail   114.20
64. Indian   119.65
87. Keystone   71.40
84. Kitsault (Dolly Varden Railway)    629.20
194. Kitsault  266.10
75. Kitsault (North-east Fork)   190.60
88. Lime Creek   72.80
89. Marmot River   71.40
185. McGrath Mountain   71.40
66. Salmon River  '.  551.27
62. Sand Lake  189.40
226. Silver City   55.80
101. Stewart-Hyder    847.43
Telegraph Trail-Aiyansh   106.40
Sundry trails (units under $50)    229.80
Traffic operation  (snow-removal)     436.35
Supervision  8,165.55
Garage  974.38
Plant and tools   56.96
Material and supplies   110.75
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       14,572.24
Carried forward     $39,163.69 Q 46 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $39,163.69
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
81. Bear River  ,  $334.75
215. Bear-Nass Trail   104.60
127. Cullen Creek   519.05
184.  Georgia River  56.00
90. Stewart-Hyder     154.50
140. Surprise Creek    208.60
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    542.36
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance         1,919.86
Vote 171—Ferries.
2. Upper Nass-Grease Harbour   $582.00
Total, Vote 171—Ferries   582.00
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
67. American Creek Extension  $150.00
219. American Creek  (east side)    75.00
78. Black Hill   (Glacier Creek)     250.00
90. Kinskuch Lake  74.20
73. Miner Creek   40.00
277. Red Point Cabin   74.20
74. Salmon Gold (west side)   150.00
136. Silverado  400.00
222. Tyee and Summit   24.85
137. Vanguard-Lucky Strike   74.20
137. Vanguard Trail   74.20
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,386.65
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)       $43,052.20
ATLIN DISTRICT   (STIKINE).
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   $20.50
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
161. Clearwater    $52.00
51. Telegraph-Dease   3,187.95
217. Telegraph Line (south)   189.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    124.00
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       $3,552.95
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
45. Casca  $308.50
245. Clearwater    632.00
70. Telegraph Creek  113.51
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   161.00
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,215.01
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
180. Clearwater Trail   $100.00
208. Jackson and Lady Jane   150.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  250.00
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)         $5,038.46
Total expenditure, Atlin District   $53,100.09 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 47
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
17r.  Central Arterial Highway        $4,351.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
17r. Central Arterial Highway          7,383.50
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $11,734.50
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified Roads.
Ir. Trans-Canada, Kingsway  $3,454.38
Ir. Trans-Canada, Kingsway  (storm-sewer)    1,191.09
14r. Hastings-Barnet   2,843.66
62a. Grandview-Douglas    3,422.71
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       10,911.84
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
1. Mill, No. 1  :  $34.12
2. Mill, No. 2   15.43
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:  Maintenance   49.55
Total expenditure, Burnaby District     $22,695.89
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
303. Big Creek, No. 2  $400.20
Total, Capital Account—Bridges  $400.20
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief        $1,097.18
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief          2,787.60
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        26,174.16
I
Total, Unemployment Relief        30,058.94
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Beaver Lake-Beavermouth   .$91.10
3. Beaver Valley   309.53
5. Cariboo   7,351.69
15. Horsefly     1,573.36
18. Likely    3,503.09
19. Macalister-Beaver Lake   282.20
23. Soda Creek-Mud Lake   92.90
25. Quesnel Forks-Likely   78.05
29. Upper Horsefly  .'  176.99
32. Fraser   920.58
36. Barkerville-Antler     84.45
37. Barkerville-Bear Lake   139.86
38. Barkerville   12,116.30
39. Barkerville-Stanley     82.45
44. Deacon     60.60
45. Dragon Lake  (west)    64.25
46. Dragon Lake   (east)     72.39
53. Lowhee-Jack of Clubs   173.92
54. McLean'  82.35
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   1,033.06
59. Quesnel-Nazko     867.42
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic   i  548.09
70. Peavine Ridge   131.35
71. Morris  .-.  124.00
Carried forward ,  $29,959.98    $30,465.14 Q 48 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $29,959.9S    $30,465.14
Reg. No.
72. Dattoff  150.40
74. North Star   78.50
90. Cedar Creek   262.67
97. Puncbaw   243.80
98. Tibbie's   310.60
104. Irvine  51.15
107. Mutch    140.00
108. MacFarlane    50.90
109. Twin Lakes   60.80
117. Salmon     128.50
190. Norwood   86.30
208. Soda Creek-Williams Lake   84.16
210. Keitnley     1,043.24
210. Keithley (Poquette Creek Washout)     1,880.44
47r. Cariboo (Village of Quesnel)   ,.  113.08
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    773.45
Supervision  4,838.87
Plant and tools   2,260.06
Material Account   205.40
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       42,722.30
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
10. Hyde   $59.10
15. Beaver Pass   698.37
16. Blackwater, No. 1   380.55
31. Canyon Creek  52.80
34. Wells, No. 2   144.90
36. Cottonwood, No. 2   295.00
48. Eric   07.95
51. Stump Creek   229.33
61. Cannon    359.05
64. 18-Mile    188.65
66. Fraser River (at Quesnel)    114.00
67. 15-Mile  407.72
69. 4-Mile, No. 1   119.52
85. Horsefly     74.39
98. Quesnel (South Fork)    61.34
108.  Swan Creek  '.  614.76
121. Wolverine  ■.  - 75.02
125. West Creek, No. 4  69.35
126. West Creek, No. 5   182.90
128. Willow River, No. 1   1,089.58
130. Wingdam, No. 2   58.80
141. Likely    1,449.27
147. Timon Creek ;  353.84
150. Williams Creek, No. 1   299.80
192. Snowshoe, No. 2   157.70
205. Bowles     50.00
239. Eops    470.13
303. Big Creek, No. 2   1,202.08
427. Lackie  '.  355.54
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   338.07
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance        10,019.51
Vote 171—Ferries.
2. Fraser River-Alexandria   $1,388.44
3. Fraser River-Macalister   2,393.67
4. Fraser River-Soda Creek  1,887.59
5. Quesnel River-Gravel's   659.95
6. Woodjam  253.24
Total, Vote 171—Ferries         6,582.89
Carried forward     $89,789.84 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 49
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward 1     $89,789.84
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Ahbau Lake-Lodi Lake Trail   $47.60
Road to placer property of W. C. Slade  50.40
Road from Likely along South Fork of Quesnel River  145.7S
Quesnel Forks-Quesnel Lake   247.05
French Creek   82.10
Barkerville-Cunningham Greek  298.99
Road to placer property of T. H. Oliver, Soda Creek  100.00
Overhead flume at Keith Mine   200.00
Stanley-Houseman Creek  99.40
White's Landing-Strathnaver  74.00
Road to placer property of M. Sundberg  50.40
Road to Canyon Mine, near Quesnel   50.00
Road to Placer Leases 2709, 2710, and 2711, Kersley  50.00
Road to Cariboo Gold Quartz  ,  166.25
Road from Hydraulic to property of Moorehead Mines, Ltd  201.45
Road from Mosquito Creek to Sugar Creek   24.50
Road to Guyet Placers, Ltd., Barkerville, to bridge across Antler Creek 100.80
Branch road from Quesnel-Barkerville Road, near  Stanley, to placer
lease of E. M. Falk   50.40
Road to Placer Leases 2061 and 2062, Cottonwood  150.00
Foster   50.40
Cedar Creek   200.95
Road to placer property of R. N. Campbell and associates, Antoine Creek 150.00
Hixon Creek  198.90
Road to property of Moose Syndicate, near Likely   20.00
Road from Quesnel Forks to lease of AV. F. Bendtsen   100.80
Road to Diatomite Area, Big Bend of Fraser River  150.80
Proserpine Mountain Trail, Barkerville   50.40
Cottonwood-Ahbau Lake Trail   140.00
Road to placer leases near Sailor Creek   125.00
Trail to Lower Antler Creek, Barkerville  100.80
Keithley-IIarvey Creek Trail   99.75
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,576.92
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)     $93,366.76
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
5.  Cariboo Main  (Williams Lake-Soda Creek)   v  $7,841.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0   (a) :   Roads.
Equipment-sheds, Williams Lake   29.70
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
79r. Arterial Highway (Soda Creek, Village of Williams Lake)  999.81
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $8,870.99
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   $291.03
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   233.10
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   4,288.86
Total, Unemployment Relief         4,812.99
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
217. Anderson   $100.00
1. Alexis-Nazko   733.49
105. Big Creek   136.20
Carried forward  $969.69    $13,683.98 Q 50
PUBLIC  WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
16.
104.
187.
192.
196.
4.
5.
72.
121.
124.
131.
208.
125.
126.
194.
8.
130.
189.
129.
141.
140.
98.
184.
21.
145.
26.
198.
12.
134.
139.
211.
212.
388.
6.
28.
154.
127.
Beaumont 	
Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake 	
Bates 	
Biss 	
Bridge Lake  (north)  	
Chilcotin Main 	
Cariboo Main 	
Clinton-Williams Lake	
Canoe Creek-Gang Ranch 	
Cooper Creek 	
Canim Lake 	
Canim Lake-Deka Lake 	
Dog Creek-Churn Creek 	
Deka Lake 	
Durrell   	
English  	
Empire Valley 	
Exeter-McKinley	
Eagle Creek 	
Horse Lake  (north)  	
Little Timothy Mountain 	
Lone Butte-Horse Lake 	
Lone Butte-Watch Lake 	
Mission  	
93-Mile-Lone Butte-Bridge Lake 	
Nehemiah Valley 	
North Bonaparte 	
108-Mile-Horsefly 	
100-Mile-Roe Lake 	
111-Mile-Spring Lake	
108-Mile-IIickling 	
150-Mile Creek 	
F. Place 	
Redstone-Chezacut  	
Soda Creek—Williams Lake 	
Upper Dog Creek	
Valley  	
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50).
Equipment-sheds, Williams Lake 	
Plant and tools	
Vote 171—Bridges : Maintenance.
28. Borrowman	
320. Dog Creek, No. 2	
442. Edwards Creek 	
197. Knife Creek 	
136. Williams Lake Creek 	
365. Willowdale, No. 2 	
Sundry bridges (units under $50) 	
$969.69    $13,683.98
100.00
193.82
498.77
67.35
466.70
5,347.13
2,943.54
2,708.64
1,704.51
50.00
1,627.72
438.75
157.43
50.50
123.00
101.00
130.77
50.00
253.60
71.15
249.10
94.79
251.67
150.50
3,480.45
88.80
115.11
182.30
219.75
156.00
50.40
100.00
90.00
295.45
693.54
50.00
100.10
570.48
486.98
2,070.62
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       27,550.11
$450.00
239.05
1,110.27
106.00
69.59
234.37
220.92
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
237. Trail from Lost Mine on Deception Creek	
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc	
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South) 	
Total expenditure, Cariboo District  $137,081.01
$49.96
2,430.20
49.96
$43,714.25 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 51
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Vedder River Protection   $2,601.92
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
Or. Trans-Canada Highw7ay, Abbotsford-Delair   6,495.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  («) :   Roads.
Or. Trans-Canada Highway, Abbotsford-Delair  2,160.87
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $11,258.53
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $8,743.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) — (G) Non-Contributory :   Unemployment Relief   1,9S2.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   113.93
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   126.00
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   4,135.82
Total, Unemployment Relief       15,100.96
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
6. Huntingdon Townsite   $436.08
8. Columbia Valley   683.51
9. Chilliwack River   466.37
12. Sumas Mountain   78.40
16. Rosedale Ferry   231.53
Rosedale (bank-protection)   781.95
Vedder River (bank-protection)   2,354.96
Snow-removal  181.60
Plant and tools   3,675.00
$8,889.40
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
4r. Trans-Canada Highway, Matsqui   $1,825.83
5r. Trans-Canada Highway, Abbotsford   322.96
6r. Trans-Canada Highway, Sumas   11,326.84
Sr. Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack   3,203.21
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon, Sumas   268.14
9r. Rosedale Ferry, Chilliwack   522.45
11r. Abbotsford-Mission  25.00
12r. Abbotsford-Mission  2,735.45
6lR. Old Yale, Sumas   3,477.17
61b. Vedder Mountain    250.17
$23,957.22
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       32,846.62
Vote 171—Bridges : Maintenance.
1. Overhead Crossing (on 6b)   $193.87
16. Vedder Canal (on 6k)    12.85
31. Cultus Creek  1,357.40
58. No. 2 Ditch (on 61r)   168.00
60. Hop-yard (on 61r)   92.52
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,824.64
Carried forward     $61,030.75 -
Q 52 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT— Continued,
Brought forward     $61,030.75
Vote 171—Ferries.
Reg. No.
1. Agassiz-Rosedale  $18,135.19
Less revenue   9.066.35
$9,068.84
Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry Landings   3,017.18
Ferries generally   105.00
Total, Vote 171—Ferries  )       12,191.02
Vote 172—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
13. Clayburn-Straiton ,  $246.90
Government Subdivision near Abbotsford   302.00
Total, Vote 172—Local Roads within Organized Territory  548.90
Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $48.30
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing  48.30
Total, expenditure, Chilliwack District     $73,818.97
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $2,498.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) — (G) Non-contributory:   Unemployment Relief   235.65
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  680.55
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized  Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief  3,698.17
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   H 833.lcS
Total, Unemployment Relief     $18,946.47
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  $12,560.40
2. West Side   710.01
3. Golden-Donald (lower)   229.55
4- Toby    :  87;2o
6. Athalmer   81.20
7. Campbell   148.70
11. Wilmer Pontoon   88.03
13. Canyon Creek  104.30
38. Moberly Branch    96.87
58.  Sanborn  :.. ; 174.69
87. Golden-Yoho Park   4 295 02
94. Barber   107.00
100. Williamson   202.45
202. Third Avenue, Golden   61 40
203. Second Avenue, Golden   66.00
210. Calgary Street, Golden   9L60
225. Fourth Avenue, Golden  66 00
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden   425 66
276. Reeves  Z--ZZ 103.80
277. Hewett    437 82
280. Golden-Big Bend                                       11180
282. White  River   ZZZ.7ZZZ 6L05
291. Watson's   140 15
Carried forward  $20,450.76    $18,946.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 53
COLUMBIA DISTRICT— Coniintied.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $20,450.76    $18,946.47
Reg. No.
140. Parson-Vermont Creek Trail   8.40
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    565.50
Road Superintendent, salary and expenses   2,452.45
Auto Account  373.50
Office Account '.  1,939.65
Plant and tools  2,074.08
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       27,804.34
Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
4. Kicking Horse River   $48.27
38. Marion Creek   . 7.00
40. Kootenay River   198.60
46. Toby Creek   136.09
03. Bugaboo Creek  2.80
64. Spillimacheen  12.60
67. Spillimacheen Swing  3.50
212. Yoho    47.85
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance   450.71
Vote 171—Ferries.
Donald  $102.80
Total, Vote 171—Ferries  102.S0
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
113. Canyon Creek Trail  $200.40
140. North Fork of Spillimacheen Trail   396.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  596.40
Total expenditure, Columbia District      $47,966.72
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Island Highway near Menzies Bay   $211.82
Minto  289.47
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $501.29
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
138. Reece        $1,360.95
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
138. Reece   977.39
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         2,338.34
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $999.94
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief          4,384.36
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory. Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief        25,556.55
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "       60,876.66
Total, Unemployment Relief       91,817.51
Carried forward     $94,657.14 Q 54
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought foricard     $94,657.14
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Alert Bay   $1,160.92
2. Anderton   89.54
3. Back     120.10
5. Burns    :'.  173.31
8. Comox   151.26
9. Cumberland   :  496.63
10. Headquarters  165.06
11. Royston   421.36
13. Comox Lake   102.72
14. Lazo  73.52
23. Cache Creek   125.63
36. Bartholomew    50.27
38. Seaford  .'  102.64
48. Squirrel Cove   179.61
49. Campbell River   357.23
51. East   119.29
52. Lacon     81.19
54. Denman   79.33
56. North-west   77.96
57. Pickle's   16.46
71. Hardy Bay   566.93
76. Central    191.89
82. St. John's Point  51.29
91. Kye Bay   51.73
93. Lake Trail   311.84
96. Little River   138.43
105. Dove Creek  341.92
106. Howard   80.83
107. Coleman    210.38
108. Left   121.10
113. Tsolum     54.69
115. Williams   62.60
125. McKelvie  80.34
129. Piercy   114.34
131. Malcolm Island  -.  782.97
156.  Sharpe   51.96
162.  Sayward    394.82
185. Cape Mudge   86.52
188. Heriot Bay   153.21
189. Hyacinth Bay   175.78
191. West     92.98
196.  Island Highway   9,717.40
233. Plateau Trail   051.37
234. Granite Bay   60.90
259. Wharf  (Comox)    113.44
263. Buena Vista   110.54
267. Read Island  63.44
285. Tipton  207.03
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    1,163.62
32r. Arterial. Highway, Courtenay   133.93
3b. Secondary Highway, Courtenay  267.03
34b. Secondary Highway, Cumberland  1.68
35b. Secondary Highway, Cumberland   .73
54b. Secondary Highway, Courtenay   352.24
Salaries   4,456.90
Travelling expenses   541.11
Office supplies   606.17
Plant and tools  ,  1,702.99
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       28,417.10
Carried forward  $123,074.24 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 55
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  ,$123,074.24
Rfc   No Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
29. Courtenay River   $837.90
46. Hornby   _  184.56
56. Campbell River   54.85
58. Howe's  63.74
64. Hern    56.05
94. Isenor    995.06
115. Oyster River   236.26
150. Sacht's Crossing  170.97
154.  Second Crossing   423.84
158. Third Crossing  433.46
162. Vose   01.44
238. Philip  92.02
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   244.72
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance          3,860.87
Vote 171—Ferries.
Denman Island  \        $4,500.00
Total, Vote 171—Ferries          4,500.00
Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
8. Comox Road '.  $44.30
9. Cumberland Road   841.67
11. Royston Road   412.05
13. Comox Lake Road   12.96
196. Island Highway  7,517.43
32k. Island Highway   390.02
3b. Secondary Highway   82.45
54b. Secondary Highway   66.37
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing        9,367.25
Total expenditure, Comox District   $140,802.30
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 0  (a) :   Roads.
132. Island Highway (Buena Vista Diversion)        $2,000.00
Island Highway  (Stewart's Hill Culvert)  344.69
2. Alderstreet Bridge  (fill)           2,649.52
$4,994.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
23. Davis Lagoon  (bridge approaches)     1,046.53
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $6,040.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :   Bridges.
78. Canyon Bridge, Nanaimo River      $17,020.07
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       17,020.07
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  '.  $999.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   013.86
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   311.59
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief          7,229.89
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "      120,128.73
Total, Unemployment Relief     129,284.03
Carried forward  $152,350.84 Q 56
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
10. Bennie-Yellow Point  	
23. Cowichan Lake	
38. East Wellington 	
39. Extension 	
58. Haslam 	
132. Island Highway 	
176. Kilpatrick 	
162.  Munro 	
69. Nanaimo Lakes 	
24. North Shore 	
95. Old Koksilah 	
106. Quennell 	
110. Riverside Drive 	
206. Rocky Creek  1	
121.  South Wellington 	
131. Takala 	
129. Thomas-Yellow Point	
Sundry roads  (units under $50)   	
Cowichan River encroachment	
Supervision 	
Tools and plant 	
Haulage-trucks	
$152,350.84
$133.60
361.49
193.38
268.70
120.19
6,246.46
51.20
76.00
749.23
140.92
118.68
197.86
114.08
183.55
1,190.89
98.87
151.20
0,86.54
1,500.00
2,613.79
2,316.92
4,487.97
$22,001.52
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
Trans-Canada (Arterial 31r)   $645.50
Cowichan Lake (Primary Highway 63a)  9.85
Quamichan Lake (Secondary Highway 36b)   416.74
$1,072.09
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       23,073.01
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Alderstreet    $601.30
10.  Share's  ' 59.31
19. Cowichan Station  .'  393.81
21.  Currie    141.07
30. Duncan Wagon  59.00
39. Tee   518.27
41. Haslam Creek   222.90
42. Patricia   286.85
44. Hill    82.46
48. Jingle Pot   318.16
65. Meade's   76.50
66. Millett   122.26
73. Mountain    .'  821.25
79. No name   115.30
80. No name   1,249.40
83. No name   116.91
103. No name   86.93
110. Pimbury   :  184.78
111. Jaynes   972.23
141. Quennell  '.  299.23
145. Shepherd   366.23
168. Marriner's  112.75
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    262.22
$7,469.18
Carried forward  $175,424.45 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 57
150.
166.
23.
121.
132.
187.
31b
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $175,424.45
Vote 182—Bridges :  Maintenance—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
4. Bonsall (Arterial 31it)  $189.55
29. Dodd's (Arterial 31r)    395.11
34. Elliott's  (Arterial 31r)           2,572.86
$3,157.52
Total, Vote 182—Bridges :   Maintenance       10,026.70
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Sutton Group  $75.00
Road to El Capitan Group   150.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  225.00
Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
Cowichan Lake Road   $117.30
South Wellington Road  50.55
Island Highway   0,780.24
Hillcrest Road   740.34
Island Highway   588.78
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing         8,283.21
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District   $194,559.36
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
2S5. Mark Creek       $7,479.40
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       $7,479.46
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief    $250.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," See. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief         2,366.37
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief          4,355.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief        39,277.31
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        95,811.57
Total, Unemployment Relief      142,060.98
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway      $14,064.99
2. Cranbrook-Kimberlev   2,715.37
7. Smith Lake   50.20
15. Kootenay-Columbia    2,046.01
18. St. Mary Lake   443.86
20. Torrent   182.10
22. Wycliffe-Cherry Creek  90.20
24. Perry Creek   193.46
29. Curzon Junction  884.13
60. Kimberley-Wasa   92.15
04. Booth Creek   53.60
72. Pighin   70.64
80. Green Bay   132.15
103. Skookumchuck Station   130.80
117. Mission-Wycliffe   229.20
Carried forward     $21,978.86 $149,540.44
5 CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $21,978.86 $149,540.44
Reg. No.
400.  St. Mary Lake Trail  207.20
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    364.55
Garage  5,959.50
Plant and tools   1,957.62
Supervision  1,828.15
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       32,295.88
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
10. Baker  $595.04
16. Cassimayook   350.00
41. Cherry Creek   50.24
201. Chapman   200.00
20. Fort Steele   335.02
285. Kimberley   88.61
297. Mark Creek  96.95
18. Newgate    3,327.29
146. Paris  : '  375.81
5. St. Joseph  :  1,698.24
204. Tochty  99.55
42. Wasa   2,089.27
36. Wycliffe   83.42
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    88.19
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          9,477.63
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid op Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Lead Group   $75.00
Trail to Golden Star   50.05
Trail to Whitefish Creek   149.80
Trail to Wellington Group   50.05
Trail to Buck Horn, Pish Lake Gulch    149.S0
Trail to Fish Lake Creek  -.  293.23
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  707.93
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  $192,081.88
CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Ferries.
Kuskonook       $17,000.00
Total, Capital Account—Ferries      $17,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Cost of small garage and sheds, etc       $2,950.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Roads.
Upper Granite (replacing bridges)    $2,032.11
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   841.16
Fill, No. 1 Bridge, Nelson-Castlegar   2,720.77
Fill, No. 2 Bridge, Nelson-Castlegar    :.'..-. 2,163.03
Nelson-Castlegar   (Taghum Diversion)     1,311.00
Nelson-Balfour    345.00
Creston-Kuskonook  737.90
$10,750.97
Total, Capital Account—Roads        13,700.97
Carried forward     $30,700.97 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 59
CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $30,700.97
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act. 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Bridges.
No. 2'Bridge, Salmo-Trail Road   $2,813.50
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          2,813.56
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $2,498.14
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   121.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory :    Unemployment
Relief  15,018.01
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "      138,406.06
Total, Unemployment Relief ...".. - .'     156,044.44
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3.  Arrow Creek (west)    $100.00
29.  Canyon-Porthill     245.07
31. Carney's Mill  77.10
33. Columbia River   161.70
36. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek   260.60
38. Creston-Goatfell   l  4,259.93
40. Creston-Kuskonook  1,354.84
41. Creston-Lister   101.86
41a.  Creston-Porthill     657.49
48. East Robson (north)  524.44
56.  Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   261.55
58. Fruitvale Subdivision  ,  197.43
63. Granite  (upper)    194.27
70. Harrop-Procter   788.20
Kuskonook-Gray Creek   3,447.50
80. Lambert     113.70
81. Langil  !  107.55
85. Lister Settlement  73.28
90. Lost Creek   170.00
.91. Marsden     76.00
100. Nelson-Balfour ,  7,650.32
101. Nelson-Castlegar      7.233.47
102. Nelson-U.S. Boundary  ..."  6.759.04
104. Pass Creek  427.60
108. Queens Bay*  68.66
109. Queens Bay-Ainswortb   324.80
110. Queens Bay-Balfour  791.19
112. Reno    343.65
114. Rosebud   194.80
115. Ross-Park Siding   186.52
118. Salmo streets !  92.22
119. Salmo-Trail   1,902.18
Sanca Post-office   98.00
121. Second Relief   90.60
122. Sheep Creek   866.76
125. Silver King  84.10
128. Slocan River    857.59
133. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   2,532.69
134. Varseveld  226.20
140. Wynndel   75.00
144. Ymir-Wilcox  91.88
Sundry roads (units under $50)    410.52
Plant and tools  2,734.44
Supervision  5,661.31
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       52,876.11
Carried forward  $242,435.08 Q 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward :  $242,435.0S
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
6. Aylmer     $15S.30
7. Barclay   80.00
13. Boulder Creek   300.00
16. Canyon    50.00
37. Goat River (near Erickson)  100.00
50. Beaver Creek  50.00
53. Goat River  2,334.99
Fawn Creek   200.00
Granite  (upper)    3,590.95
61. Gray Creek   125.22
84. Kootenay Valley   399.73
122. No. 1, Nelson-Balfour ,  1,097.41
144. Taghum .:  365.84
156. No. 18, Nelson-Castlegar   334.17
161. No. 5, Nelson-U.S. Boundary   112.30
162. No. 6, Nelson-U.S. Boundary   146.60
165. No. 9, Nelson-U.S. Boundary   69.50
169. No. 13, Nelson-U.S. Boundary   250.00
176. No. 20, Nelson-U.S. Boundary   270.00
182. Nick's    419.77
186. Crescent Valley   254.50
188. No. 3, Pass Creek   94.48
207a. Queens Bay   115.67
212. Rita   250.04
213. Russell Creek   1,000.00
214. Rykert's     147.00
215. No. 1, Salmo-Trail   00.00
216. No. 2, Salmo-Trail   200.00
234. No. 4. Sheep Creek   00.00
235. No! 5, Sheep Creek  130.00
239. No. 9, Sheep Creek   420.71
266. Tower    300.00
275. No. 9, Trail-Pend d'Oreille   594.90
278. Varseveld    121.44
279. Walker     150.00
Webster     69.14
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   208.90
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance        14,031.56
Vote 171—Ferries.
Kuskonook    $20,S78.53
Harrop-Longbeach     3,779.53
Kootenay River   3,132.38
Slocan River   60.00
Total, Vote 171—Ferries        27,850.44
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Vancouver Mine  $100.80
Trail to St. Anthony and Catherine   11.20
144. Ymir-Wilcox    09.93
Comstock-Clubine Mine   400.00
Reno Mine-Gold Belt Group   200.00
Queen Bridge-Motherlode Mill   548.80
Hall Creek   149.86
Black Cock Trail   250.00
Venus Mine   199.95
Second Relief   99.75
Hummingbird Mine Trail   100.00
Columbia Mine Trail  74.90
Wolf Creek Trail  74.90
Trail to Gold Cup   150.00
Carried forward  $2,400.09 $284,917.08 .
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 61
' CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,400.09 $284,917.08
Sheep Creek Trunk Trail   29.40
Trail to Gamble Lake   49.70
Reno-Gold Belt Group  '.  279.25
Trail to Tamarac Mine   100.00
Trail to Royal Canadian   35.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,953.44
Total expenditure, Creston District   $287,870.52
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 192S,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
15b. Peace Arch Highway        $5,230.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929,"  Sec. 0  (a) :   Roads.
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway        $9,490.06
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
15r. Peace Arch Highway        $9,973.10
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway        11,301.67
$21,274.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway  .'  $160.00
15b. Peace Arch Highway   209.00
$369.66
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $36,364.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (o) :   Ferry
Landings.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry Landing       $3,079.30
Total, Capital Account—Ferry Landings          3,079.30
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
26. Haldi Island   $312.27
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :   Bridges.
9. Campbell River          4,173.41
Total, Capital Account—Bridges '.         4,485.68
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads,
Surfacing.
Refund, work done for Municipality of Delta   $200.00
Refund, work done for AV. DesRochers, Delta   45.00
(Work done in 1931-32.)
Total,  Capital Account—Roads,  Surfacing   (credit)  245.00
Carried forward     $43,684.47 Q 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
DELTA DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $43,684.47
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6   (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  .' -       $2,687.67
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," See. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief    40.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  234.53
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief       13,763.73
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        27,279.52
Total, Unemployment Relief         44,005.45
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Roads, Barnston Island  $401.02
Snow-removal   155.62
Plant and tools  ■         7,908.72
$8,465.36
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Classified
Highways.
Reg. No.
2b. Trans-Canada Highway (Surrey)   $3,233.91
3b. Trans-Canada Highway  (Surrey)    3,810.35
13B. Pacific Highway  (Surrey)     2,503.94
15r. Peace Arch Highway  (Surrey)  506.14
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway  (Langley)    332.39
80r. Ladner Marsh (Delta)  -    220.04
01 a.  Scott  (Surrey)     1,809.50
69a. Scott  (Delta)     224.59
69b. McLellan   (Surrey)  364.25
71b. McLellan (Langley)  15.68
89n.  Johnston   (Surrey) - - -  168.34
90b.  Campbell River  (Surrey)    -  417.80
40b. Boundary Bav  (Delta)    210.33
68a. Ladner Trunk   (Delta)     1,802.03
87b.  Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue (Delta)    75.29
$15,094.04
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       24,100.00
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
7. Haldi Island ,  $37.84
10. Canoe Pass (includes Bridge-tender)     845.66
29. Schoolhouse      106.98
$990.48
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
27. Trossell   )   ,      „   , r-rn cm
oo   T>- i     i       (on 77r)   7o0.84
28. Richards \   v
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance          1,741.32
Vote 171—Perries.
Barnston  Island        $2,934.79
Ladner-Woodward         4,826.05
Repairs to Ferry " Eena " —-    2,577.00
Total, Vote 171—Ferries       10,337.84
Total expenditure, Delta District   $123,929.08 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 03
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1928,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
7k. Dewdney Trunk  (Section 10)    $948.00
Lougheed Highway (Deroehe-Loch Erroch)    2,196.00
22r. Lougheed Highway   500.00
23r. Lougheed Highway  4,787.75
$8,431.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Nicomen Island Highway Protection        $2,498.32
75r. Lougheed Highway (Central Arterial)          1,500.00
$3,998.32
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Local
Roads within Organized Territory.
Parker (Maple Ridge)  $3,304.85
Boundary (Maple Ridge)    398.92
McKinney (Maple Ridge)   324.92
Spillsbury (Maple Ridge)  532.40
Fraser Street  (Maple Ridge)     238.44
$4,799.53
Capital. Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Lougheed Highway (Deroche-Loch Erroch)   $1,898.20
67r. Lougheed Highway (Central Arterial)   9,885.00
75r. Lougheed Highway (Central Arterial)   6,781.00
22r. Lougheed Highway   1,650.00
23R. Lougheed Highway   136.00
$20,350.20
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $37,579.80
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
10S. Hatzic Pump Bridge        $1,913.25
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         1,913.25
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   $535.02
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   1,139.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief          8,198.53
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        31,768.99
Total, Unemployment Relief       41,642.18
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Athey     $99.75
5. Dale  62.43
7h. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)  5,714.21
7i. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)    2,510.16
7j. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)  1,618.85
7k. Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk)   2,324.49
8. Deroche Landing   99.80
11. Farms  923.91
10. loco-Port Moody   137.25
Carried forward     $13,490.85    $81,135.23 Q 64
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $13,490.85    $81,135.23
Reg. No.
17. Ioco-Sunnyside    101.41
18. Johnston   1,265.40
21. Knowles     58.50
22. Malcolm  211.10
30. Nicomen Island Trunk   905.28
33. North Nicomen   102.09
35. Rennie   156.45
38. Salvaster  3,198.48
41. Stave Lake   1,724.52
42. Sterling   148.80
47. Upper Pitt   198.35
48. loco Townsite  123.10
51. loco-Belcarra Trail   129.40
54. McNeil     160.05
59. Eagle   07.35
06. Hartley   439.46
Nicomen Island Dykes   941.30
Colony Farm Dykes   27,336.65
Home Colony Farm-West Dyke   4,908.92
Reddecliffe Dyke   1,262.84
Coquitlam Warehouse  224.61
Deroche Warehouse   18.00
Haney Warehouse  81.29
Mission Warehouse  48.00
Snow-removal  445.40
Plant and tools  1,293.14
Sundry roads (units under $50)   365.30
$59,412.64
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Roads.
19r. Dewdney Trunk  '.  $2,177.78
57r.  loco-Port Moody  1,055.42
18r. Dewdney Trunk  536.79
10r. Coquitlam   1,467.46
20r. Dewdney Trunk  600.55
55r. Old Dewdney Trunk  178.90
21r. Lougheed Highway   3,766.77
60r. Old Dewdney Trunk  231.90
22r. Lougheed Highway   11,473.07
59r. Port Hammond Loop   320.78
69r.  Port Haney Loop  365.43
58R.  Silverdale-Mission   3,101.31
23r. Lougheed Highway   569.18
24r. Abbotsford-Mission   518.67
25r. Lougheed Highway   329.19
74b. Harris   16.91
75b. Hammond  20.35
78b. North Harris   02.00
79b. McNeil  50.79
73b. Dewdney Trunk  944.87
77b. Dewdney Trunk   1,420.62
97b. Cedar Valley  4.50
$29,219.24
Totali Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       88,031.88
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
41. Pitt River (including Bridge-tenders)   $17,516.44
59. 1-Mile    71.85
Carried forward  $17,588.29 $169,767.11 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 65
DEWDNEY DISTR1PT— Continued:
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward     $17,588.29 $169,767.11
Reg. No.
Mission, C.P.R. (including Bridge-tenders)  9,571,78
108. Hatzic Pump  134.30
115. Hudon     100.89
117. Hopkins    :  980.74
118. Tailard '.  93.28
120. Peterson's   297.51
130. Legace  199.59
140. Richards   160.25
154. Nicomen  192.47
104. Reserve, No. 2   94.45
184. North Deroche   56.30
187. Reserve, No. 3   07.02
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  409.42
$29,946.89
Vote 171—Classified Bridges :   Maintenance.
6. Gunn  (on 10r)    62.43
10. School  (on 57r)    133.44
18. Coquitlam  (on 20r)  1,194.88
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   180.57
$1,571.32
Vote 171—Local Bridges within Organized Territory.
Neaves  (Pitt Meadows)          $3,655.09
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance ,       35,173.30
Vote 171—Bituminous Surfachs'G.
23S. Trans-Provincial Highway   ,. $50.10
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing   50.10
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  $204,990.51
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roaos.
Workshop        $2,492.15
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
Jordan River   $2.80
Kangaroo     148.88
Metchosin-Happy Valley  22.07
$173.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
AVest Shawnigan Lake   $1,975.53
Jordan River   872.40
Sooke-Albert Head   1,007.24
Metchosin Producers  :  230.65
Rocky Point-East Sooke   688.50
Raymond's Crossing   47.77
West Coast -  500.00
Malahat improvements   333,88
Old Trunk  : '  150.00
$5,805.97
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $8,471.87
Carried forward        $8,471.S7 Q 06 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward...       $8,471.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6) :   Bridges.
Craigflower   $17,992.48
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        17,992.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $1,454.32
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief     . 470.08
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   2,625.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief   23,978.00
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   S4.164.13
Total, Unemployment Relief     112,692.16
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Atkins  ,  $80.93
1. Albert Head   180.49
204. Allen    00.62
212. Boulding  53.61
13. Beach     55.85     '
26. Cameron-Taggart   - 66.30
35. Craigflower   325.11
279.  Cogan     74.40
272. Church    _  110.02
Clo-oose District  371.74
22. Cliffside  04.78
47.  East Sooke  567.70
175. Florence Lake  .' 110.75
150. Fitzgerald  52.40
52. Furlong  57.20
60. Gillespie   .:  149.97
57.  Glen Lake   64.30
61. Coldstream Cross-road   95.45
69. Happy Valley  871.75
67.  Hall and Hawkins   170.09
70. Island  Highway      5,423.95
79.  Jordan River  2,197.91
82.  Kemp Lake  223.53
100. Kangaroo     483.28
87. Lagoon  124.20
90. Latoria    80.42
98. McKenzie-Luxton   86.75
44. Lamb   54.06
99. Metchosin   2,483.14
102.  Millstream Lake   400.75
101. Millstream     389.66
112. Munn's  257.55
141. Mill Bay-Shawnigan Cross-road   425.22
111. Muir     52.13
117. Old Trunk   3,858.14
Port Renfrew District  818.19
130. Quarantine    90.88
132. Rocky Point   477.77
133. Ross-Durrance     248.95
134. Robinson   88.85
147. Sooke  6,858.51
182. Solarium   69.82
157.  Thetis Lake   134.00
155. Telegraph    78.49
198. View Royal  86.58
Carried fonvard  $29,088.91 ,$139,150.51 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 07
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued.
Atote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $29,088.91 $139,156.51
Reg. No.
190. AVest Shawnigan Lake   292.74
Sundry roads (units under $50)         1,397.65
Plant and tools         4,762.81
Snow-removal   185.00
Supervision—
Salaries  $5,000.19
Travelling expenses         858.68
Office supplies, etc        598.16
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc	
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Millstream, No. 1	
Doran's 	
Fish Camp	
Black Creek 	
Cony's Creek 	
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)  	
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
A'OTE   171 AArHARVES.
Mill Bay Ferry	
Total, A'ote 171—AVharves	
Atote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Leechtowm-Eagle Talc Mine 	
Sooke River Bridge at Leech River 	
Kapoor—Leech River	
Total, Arote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Atote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
76. Island Highway ..
117.  Old Trunk Road
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District, ..
6,457.03
$331.56
182.65
1,043.30
395.01
50.00
265.14
$48.75
$100.00
205.00
215.07
$8,399.17
1,548.58
42,184.80
2,267.06
48.75
520.07
9,947.75
$194,125.54
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0   (a) :   Roads.
106. Corbin  $499.60
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief        $2,490.90
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
' 1932) :  Unemployment Relief         1,S7S.65
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932,"' Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief        20,241.93
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  >.       71,275.37
$499.60
Total, Unemployment Relief       95,886.85
Carried forioard     $96,386.45 Q 68
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
FERNIE DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $96,386.45
A^ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $15,361.72
2. Wardner-Gateway     84.12
3. Elko-Roosville  697.93
4. Elk Valley   209.30
9. Jaffray-Baynes Lake   172.85
11. Gateway-Roosville    211.90
13. Fernie-Coal Creek  514.0S
17. Mansfield    :  123.75
31. Fort Steele-AVild Horse  171.79
37. Douglas Settlement  :  64.40
40. Sheep Creek   50.00
41. Wolf Creek  50.00
40. Bull River (north)   63.00
55. Fernie Cemetery   96.00
05. Dorr  Station    09.10
93. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   1,35S.7S
94. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   713.47
99. Rock Lake   151.08
101. Taylor's Mill   101.G8
106. Corbin  773.40
128. Fernie-Elko  07.41
Sundry roads (units under $50)    91.10
Plant   1,177.87
Material     55.25
Supervision    „  5,277.36
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       27,707.34
A^ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
2. Hosmer   $943.84
5. Morrissey   :  62.40
6. Elko  159.9S
8.  Elkmouth  74.72
55. Fairy Creek  298.59
62. Barn  55.00
70. Little Sand Creek   1,793.57
72. Ranger     00.30
78. Lower Sand Creek   104.20
SO. Rock Creek    96.50
82. Elk Valley (south)   159.70
84. Round Prairie  327.10
85. Flathead  .-  166.S0
95. Cedar Valley   197.84
106. Chipman   72.40
113. Weigart (north)  r  165.95
114. Weigart (south)  185.00
115. Martin   Creek    153.15
125. Crane  120.26
145. Dally   3,105.45
157. McCool    64.53
171. Tracey Creek  .-  144.20
172. Krivenski  955.49
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  182.07
Total, Arote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance          9,655.04
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining -Roads and Trails, etc.
Wild Horse Creek   $241.87
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  241.87
Total expenditure, Fernie District   $134,050.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 09
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
89. Nechako River   $258.71
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (h) :  Bridges.
105. Salmon River  !     $10,943.51
130. Wright Creek  750.00
$11,693.51
Total, Capital Account—Bridges      $11,952.22
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $997.36
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  ;  3,405.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributorv :    Unemployment
Relief   40,437.52
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   92.9S1.40
Total, Unemployment Relief     143,821.94
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
203. Assman   $69.43
25. Cariboo    6,755.04
84. Croydon-Dunster  220.67
102. Dale  230.35
46. Dutton     50.40
14. Dome Creek-Kidd   155.05
26. Fort George-Hazelton   1,655.88
106. Fort George-Yellowhead  3,291.25
24. Fort George-Chief Lake  '.  1,155.78
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre   231.27
30. Foreman .'.  126.70
212. Foreman-6-Mile     90.00
210. Gray's  200.00
32. Goose Country   82.70
22. Isle Pierre (north)   220.20
54. Mud River Valley  283.99
51. McBride (east)      2,449.85
53. McBride-Dunster  294.35
52. Nichol-Isle Pierre   140.12
58. Ness  Lake    58.95
114. Pain   118.44
130. Queen  Street  283.25
104. Shelley (south)   440.S5
135. Shelley  (east)    502.05
88. Thompson  School   132.32
Land Settlement Area  :  962.91
Plant .-  5,224.88
Snow-removal  3,902.56
Supervision, auto   1,627.83
Supervision and office expenses   5,364.55
Sundry roads (units under $50)    415.43
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       30,803.05
Atote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
17. Baker  Creek    $52.45
9. Beaverley, No. 1   602.42
10. Beaverley, No. 2   76.83
135. Fraser River, Dunster   54.60
293. Fraser River, Prince George   473.96
81. McLennan  103.27
690. Kenney   ,  256.85
Carried forward  $1,020.38 $192,577.21 Q 70
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
Reg
89.
357.
160.
399.
244.
418.
3.
9.
10.
12.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
ArOTE 171—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,020.38 $192,577.21
. No.
Nechako     645.07
Perry   221.59
Sand Creek    50.80
Tradesta  53.00
AVillow River   66.50    •-
Giscome Portage   92.31
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  330.15
Total, Arote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,079.80
ArOTE 171—Ferries :  Maintenance.
Indian Reserve   $1,067.56
Isle Pierre  2,165.18
Shelley    .'  1,176.28
Croydon     590.05
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries :   Maintenance   4,999.07
Total expenditure, Fort George District   $200,656.08
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT (PEACE RIVER SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0  (a) :   Roads.
Lone Prairie (refund)      -        $20.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
Beatton River        $2,902.19
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
High Level          5,182.40
Total,  Capital Account—Bridges   8,084.59
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e) — (G) Non-contributory :   Unemployment Relief  '.  $177.31
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   985.19
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief  .... !-  2,712.30
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        95,865.32
Total,  Unemployment Relief        99,740.12
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Rolla-Pouce Coupe  $1,127.56
Pouce Coupe District   1,365.34
Rolla  District  886.07
Dawson Creek District  1,124.52
Fort St. John District   1,907.57
Rolla   (south)     702.51
Kilkerran District   566.03
Rolla (west)    397.41
Fort St. John-Taylor  849.04
Fort St. John-Fish Creek   79.35
Progress-Sunset     899.82
Dawson Creek-Rolla  343.85
Cutbank-Taylor i  834.76
South Taylor District   396.75
Tupper District   556.77
Sweetwater District   397.23
Carried forward     $12,434.58 $107,804.71 FORT GEORGE DISTRICT  (PEACE RIVER SECTION) —Continued.
ArOTE 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $12,434.58 $107,804.71
Fort St. John-Hudson Hope  061.51
Fort Nelson Trail  132.25
Caldwell    60.12
Arras District  715.47
Pouce Coupe-Gundy   920.27
Sw7an Lake  (north)    396.75
Gourlay  39.67
Pouce Coupe (east)  925.75
Riverside-Pouce Coupe  '.  330.62
Pouce Coupe-Dawson  .'  1.084.45
McCullough     105.80
Creamery  52.90
Rolla-Braden   52.90
Rolla Landing  397.01
Dawson-Sweetwater  819.95
Spring Creek-Cutbank .'  264.50
Dawson Creek Townsite - 661.25
Dawson-Devereaux  105.80
Arras-Progress  291.34
Progress-Groundbirch  1,110.90
Bentley  26.45
Cone     39.67
Tupper     601.25
Baldonnel (east)  .   396.75
Fort St. John-Stoddart  132.25
Mickelson Hill   66.12
Fort St. John Townsite   264.50
Fort St. John-Indian Creek  132.25
Fort St. John-Montnev   846.92
Fort St. John-Charlie Lake   662.57
Stoddart-Montney  462.87
Charlie Lake-Bear Flats  :  132.25
Bear Flats-Attachie  159.22
North Montney   290.95
Hay's   601.51
Roads, general   1,005.57
Plant and tools   1,300.90
Camp equipment  10.90
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       28,828.09
ArOTE 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Austin   $150.00
Batho  200.00
Beatton Ravine   200.00
Bedell    : M  150.00
Bissette     — 250.00
Borden     100.00
Bullen  125.00
Canyon     140.00
Cochrane   125.00
Codona    - 320.00
Cusack  200.00
Dandridge   350.00
Dawson Townsite  432.00
Dickson   50.00
Doe Creek  250.00
Hargreaves   340.00
Holland  20.00
Hunter  430.00
Keith  :,--. 200.00
Knudson    470.00
McWha   130.00
Schaffner    -  220.00
Carried forward  $4,852.00 $130,633.40 Q 72
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT  (PEACE RIVER SECTION)—Continued.
A^ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward       $4,852.00 $130,633.40
Spiers  30.00
AVallace   200.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   150.01
Sunset Prairie  (construction)  2,303.85
Total, Arotc 171—Bridges :  Maintenance          7,536.46
Atote 171—Ferries :  Maintenance.
East and Main Pine Cable Crossings  $839.95
East Pine   136.85
Taylor   5,820.83
Halfway    338.55
Hudson Hope   379.79
Total, Vote 171—Perries :  Maintenance         7,515.97
Total expenditure, Fort George District (Peace River Section)  $151,085.83
Total expenditure, Fort George District  $352,341.91
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (6) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
28. Christina Creek   $3,715.02
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       $3,715.02
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $941.22
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) — (G) Non-contributory :   Unemployment Relief   1.30
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   137.33
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief   12,550.04
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   69,179.65
Total, Unemployment Relief        82,809.54
Atote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
4. Bridesville-Santa Rosa      $14,190.01
G. Beaverdell Station   v  112.50
14. Cascade-Laurier  85.00
30. Grand  Forks-Franklin    1,996.96
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain   146.00
Kelowna-Carmi  197.40
41. Kerr Creek  124.00
43. Kettle River   (main)     1,351.15
44. Kettle River (west)   130.68
50. Meyers Creek   79.34
52. Mill Creek   110.00
53. Moody Creek  '.  75.00
54. Morrissey Creek   186.20
63. Rock   Creek-Myncaster  60.00
64. Rock Mountain-Myneaster   54.00
68. Sutherland Creek   96.50
70. Valley roads  (south)    166.30
73. AA'allace Mountain    209.65
44r. Arterial Highway, Southern Provincial   190.24
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    261.26
Carried forward     $19,834.79    $86,524.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 73
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward :     $19,834.79    $.86,524.56
Supervision (Foreman's wages and expenses)  ,  2,458.25
Essex car  (gasoline, etc.)  704.40
Plant and tools (trucks, tractors, and tools)  5,800.89
Administration and office supplies   1,395.33
Snow-removal  4,510.84
Total, Arote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       34,710.50
A'ote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
10. Boundary Falls   $66.00
23. Carson   160.22
24. Cascade  (lower)  60.00
26. Cedar Creek  275.00
30. Cooper   153.02
38. East Fork-North Fork   128.00
41. First Street   50.00
4G. Franklin       127.68
61. Kettle River   59.S0
03. Lancashire     90.50
04. Lynch Creek  130.44
MaeRae, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. and 0   273.48
87. Midway  73.57
100. Rock Creek  51.50
Toronto   114.88
104. Saters   116.04
115. Wartman    '.  59.20
123. Yale   202.10
125. Schulli    610.63
131. Moody Creek   302.30
Bridges generally   512.87
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  587.04
Total, Vote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance         4,210.33
A^ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Contact Consolidated Gold Mines, Ltd  $50.00
Crystal Butte Trail    50.00
Road to Lot 70-71, Rock Creek  199.90
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Alining Roads and Trails, etc  299.90
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District  ,  $125,745.29
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0  (a) :   Roads. .
116. Divide   $901.17
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G  (a) :   Roads.
Mount Baker Rock Quarry   S02.50
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $1,703.67
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b) :   Bridges.
10. Fulford   $200.21
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   200.21
Carried forward       $1,903.88
6 Q 74
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,903.88
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :  Roads,
Surfacing.
Reg. No.
116. Divide  $1,S09.51
Total, Capital Account—Roads, Surfacing   1,S09.51
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   $15.40
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief   225.40
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   15,701.83
Total, Unemployment Relief        15,942.63
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Arbutus   $83.70
4. Beacon Avenue   104.58
6. Birch  90.95
7. Breed's  Cross-road  246.90
8. Centre   124.29
13. Downey  73.70
14. East Saanich   470.04
15. Horth's Cross-road  138.41
10. Henry Avenue   52.13
20. Oakland Avenue :  133.65
22. West  Saanich    1,020.82
30. Queens Avenue   77.52
31. School Cross-road  143.22
33. Second Street  154.54
34. Third Street   91.95
35. Fourth Street  72.50
36. Fifth Street   116.89
39. Centre  135.37
45.  Main  095.63
57. Main South End   311.54
58. Main North End   451.01
70. Horton Bay   67.79
71. Main    205.66
72. Point Comfort   117.53
80. Hope Bay  206.40
85. Port Washington   317.30
90. Boulder   78.85
93. Spalding    117.55
94. Deep Bay  195.50
103. Wharf   79.29
100. Beddis   330.30
107. Beaver Point         702.17
110. Burgoyne     85.50
113. Cranberry  412.85
116. Divide •.  1,007.01
121. Ganges (lower)  147.24
122. Ganges (upper)   91.00
123. Yarrow's   117.39
124. Hill-Brantford   303.23
135. North End   98.30
137. Pottinger-APilkinson   94.17
138. Rainbow    121.G0
143.  Scott    104.37
151. Vesuvius   944.59
152. Walker Hook  .' :  302.82
156. Bradley-Dyne  99.65
157. Swartz Bay  225.52
162. Montague    70.80
Carried forward     $11,584.98    $19,656.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $11,584.98    $19,656.02
Reg. No.
170. Isabella  Point  98.20
173. Munro    130.77
199. Enke    71.70
205. Churchill   98.66
215. Tatlow  237.38
217. Ellis  106.25
221. Towner Park  152.42
222. Bittaincourt   51.15
226. John    151.59
232. White Birch   53.90
30G. Lighthouse Trail  315.90
Sundry roads (units under $50)    993.76
Plant and tools   1,400.33
Supervision—
General Foreman  4,183.38
Auto  333.51
Launch  63.04
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       20.02G.92
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4. Walters   $140.44
7.  Chalmers  111.03
13. Canal   127.60
43. Longdon    610.55
40. Scott    61.68
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    165.35
Total, Arote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,217.55
ArOTE 171—Ferries.
Saltspring-Saanich        $7,000.00
Gabriola-Nanaimo            7,173.40
Total, Vote 171—Ferries        14,173.40
A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
4.  Beacon  Avenue    $295.83
6. Birch Road  282.06
13. Downey Road   120.95
22. AVest Saanich Road  191.33
30. Queens Avenue  312.09
116. Divide Road  1.421.00
157.  Swartz Bay Road   76.09
Madrona Drive  280.20
Lower Divide Road   41.10
Total, A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing          3,026.71
Total expenditure, Islands District      $58,100.60
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   $200.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
21. Clearwater  520.75
Total, Capital Account—Roads  $720.75
Carried forward  $720.75 KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— O&ntihudd.
Brought forward  $720.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act. 1930," Sec. C (a) :  Bridges.
Reg. No.
33. Deadman, No. 3  $220.00
34. Deadman, No. 4   445.21
$605.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b) :   Bridges.
41. Fadear Creek, No. 1   $±00.00
43. Fadear Creek, No. 3   144.50
122. Goose Lake, No. 1   120.96
123. Goose Lake, No. 2   126.50
124. Lemonade   746.82
$1,244.78
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         1,909.99
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931." Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $1,987.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932." Sec. G (o)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   1,547.51
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief   24.944.69
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  71,203.07
Total, Unemployment Relief       99,083.23
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Adams Lake   $303.86
6. Barriere River   337.50
8. North Thompson   7.319.66
10.  Birch Island-Lost Creek   430.00
21.  Clearwater    322.80
23. Deadman Creek   197.54
24. Edith Lake  437.56
25. Fadear Creek   96.50
26. Fruitlands     255.60
32. Highland Valley  180.00
3G. Jackson   G3.00
38. Kamloops-Salmon Arm  ■?.  182.00
40. Kamloops-Merritt   2,277.14
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   7,074.30
42. Kamloops-Shuswap     70.90
48. Long Lake   :  758.41
49. Louis Creek   2,836.37
50. Mamette Lake   05.75
52. Dunn Lake  346.35
53. Kamloops-Barriere   1,701.34
57. Paul Lake   345.37
58. Rose Hill (old)   115.00
59. Rose Hill (new)    854.04
01. Sullivan Valley   198.00
03. Sullivan Valley-Vinsulla   176.40
05. Tranquille-Criss Creek    ,888.03
Sundry roads  (units under $50)   82.81
Plant and tools   4,358.38
Supervision—
General Foreman   1,992.00
Travelling and auto   453.07
Stenographer   1,069.24
Office expenses   275.69
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       36,125.21
Carried forward  $138,439.18 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 77
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $138,439.18
AroTE 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
5. Barriere River Forks   $101.00
23. Clearwater River   151.15
•   49. Kamloops (east)   5,290.29
50. Kamloops  (west)    2,789.91
01. Louis Creek, No. 2   204.08
65.  North Thompson   442.67
69. Rattlesnake     333.69
74. Rose Hill, No. 3  138.20
114. Alpha   158.90
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    1.85
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          9,011.74
ArOTE 171—Ferries.
1. Birch Island  $1,030.29
2. Black Pool   999.84
3. Chinook Cove   861.67
4. Mount Olie   1,107.37
5. McLure  -  1,000.57
0. Vinsulla   837.20
Total, Vote 171—Ferries          5,902.94
A7ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Allies Mine   $72.80
Road to Frederick's Siding   149.10
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  221.90
Total expenditure, Kamloops District  $154,175.70
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT   (KASLO SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
186. Nelson-Kaslo   $999.60
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $999.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G (a) :  Bridges.
Kaslo Creek ...'.  $G,540.G8
Total. Capital Account—Bridges         6,540.68
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   ;  $418.44
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   91.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   5,902.09
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   25,428.32
Total, Unemployment Relief        31,840.70
A7ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Ainsworth (north)   $179.50
Ainsworth streets '.  175.80
8. Argenta   102.95
49. Crawford Bay-Grey Creek   594.81
50. Crawford Creek   172.53
62. Deanshaven     411.92
Carried forward  $1,637.57    $39,380.9,8 Q 78
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT  (KASLO SECTIQN)— Continued:
ArOTE 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg
90.
123.
124.
125.
126.
145.
147.
148.
149.
163.
172.
186.
212.
270.
304.
438.
460.
484.
550.
554.
560.
596.
675.
719.
749.
42.
173.
236.
263.
272.
290.
302.
341.
419.
531.
581.
96.
147.
438.
484.
560.
747.
Brought forward  $1,037.57    $39,3.80.98
No.
Ferguson   512.43
Houston     148.00
Howser-Argenta     241.41
Howser Station   110.40
Howser Lake  (east)  93.20
Kaslo-New Denver  :  1,260.00
Kaslo Creek  ("South Fork)    351.25
Kaslo  (north)    477.36
Kaslo (south)    56.00
Lynchville   598.74
McLachlan    07.20
Nelson-Kaslo   3,826.93
Pilot Bay  :  74.20
Trout Lake   512.58
Wellington ,  75.00
Bunker Hill  ?.  00.00
Cascade Creek   128.30
Duncan River (west)   96.35
Hall Creek  106.85
Healy Creek  84.52
Howser Lake (east)   50.00
Lardeau River (west)   54.60
Rapid  Creek    205.05
Tenderfoot Creek  55.15
Woodbury Creek  (North Fork)    53.20
Sundry roads and trails  (units under $50)    841.81
Plant and tools   97.45
Truck Account   1,529.59
Supervision—General Foreman,  office, etc  2,902.68
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       10,315.02
Atote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
Ainsworth   $147.85
Bi Bi  140.00
Cromwell  70.00
Gerrard  -...  149.23
Highland Trestle     130.90
Hall Creek  169.27
Healy Creek  99.07
Jackson =  594.07
Krao  Creek    5  137.07
Marsden  124.80
Rapid Creek  ':  253.23
Triune     141.50
Woodbury Creek  ,  139.10
Total, ATote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance         2,296.69
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Ainsworth  (south)    :  $74.75
Ferguson  122.70
Kaslo Creek (South Pork)  99.10
Bunker Hill  198.00
Duncan River   (w7est)  95.60
Howser Lake (east)    50.00
Winslow  50.00
Bridge across Bear Creek  124.60
Sundry trails   (units under $50)     71.95
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  886.70
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  (Kaslo Section)     $58,879.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 79
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (SLOCAN SECTION).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. G (a) :   Roads.
Box Lake-Rosebery  $395.94
Total, Capital Account—Roads   $395.94
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :  Bridges.
8-Mile   .  $716.99
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Appledale   $1,020.08
Slocan-Silverton, No. 11  ' 1,803.59
$3,424.27
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          4,141.26
Capital Account.—" 15.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $1,000.87
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   142.10
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   2,422.16
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," See. 6 (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   17.936.03
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   131,682.99
Total, Unemployment Relief      153,244.15
ArOTE 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Arrow Park (north)   $214.14
Arrow Park-AVest Demars  401.07
Arrow Park-Graham's Landing   395.84
Burton streets   94.53
Columbia River  4,331.95
Deer Park (south)  140.93
Deer Park-Syringa Creek   56.09
Edgewood-Vernon  1.001.09
Edgewood-Needles  1,144.51
4-Mile Creek  50.00
Kaslo-New   Denver     1.526.00
Lemon Creek  227.30
Lightning Peak   78.00
Nakusp-Roscbery     2,826.30
Nakusp-Rosebery  (fill)     799.87
Nakusp streets  90.41
New Denver-Rosebery  1,361.82
New Denver-Silverton   1,543.71
Renata  (north)    61.52
Sandon-Cody   50.00
Sandon-Three Forks   552.35
Sandon Flume   1,084:60
Slocan-Silverton   2,466.84
Slocan River (east)   1,746.64
Slocan River  (west)    1,262.79
West Demars  (south)    420.19
Young's  50.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  .-.-. 287.54
Plant and tools   012.18
Janitor and office supplies   713.44
General Foreman—
Salary and expenses  2,533.90
Car  1,100.84
Clerk's salary   1,063.00
Stenographer's salary   178.20
Carried forward ' :.-  $30,467:59 $157,781.35 Q 80
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT (SLOCAN SECTION)— Continued.
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $30,467.59 $157,781.35
Trails.
Meteor 	
Sundry trails  (units under $50)
Snow-removal   	
58.80
56.00
3,805.48
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc.
34,3,87.87
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Arrow Park (south), No. 8	
Mosquito Creek   (protection)   	
Mosquito Creek 	
Slocan-Silverton, No. 11 	
Seaton Creek 	
Slocan River (west), No. 2	
Slocan River (west), No. 5	
7-Mile	
Tait Creek 	
Winlaw	
Columbia River  (fills)  	
Sundry bridges (units under $50) 	
$014.92
435.52
574.01
804.58
238.00
220.53
1,148.14
144.06
126.25
544.83
1,144.35
179.23
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance
A'ote 171—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)         $2,323.56
Needles-Fauquier     3,615.14
Total, Vote 171—Ferries
6,175.02
5,938.70
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Bosun  Mine	
Crusader Trail 	
Great Western Trail	
Lemon Creek 	
Lemon Creek Trail from Oro to the Gold Crown Group	
Little Daisy Trail	
Meteor Trail 	
Standard Aline	
U and I Basin Trail  -	
$33.60
149,80
99.75
279.80
49.70
145.00
300.00
140.00
299.95
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Alining Roads and Trails, etc	
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District (Slocan Section)	
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  $204,060.53
1,498.20
$205,781.14
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st.
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   $599.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief     448.00
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "         10,179.15
Total, Unemployment Relief      $11,220.55
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Big  Bar  	
5. Big Bar Lake	
G. Big Bar Mountain 	
$476.05
394.60
106.00
Carried forward..
$976.05    $11,220.5." STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 81
Reg
8.
10.
13.
16.
17.
18.
21.
23.
32.
35.
30.
37.
40.
43.
40.
49.
50.
51.
54.
56.
62.
63.
08.
72.
74.
75.
76.
403.
407.
444.
98.
121.
141.
LILLOOET DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $976.65    $11,226.55
No.
Big Bar Mountain  (Crow's Bar)   -  99.30
Bonaparte Valley   157.12
Bridge River  3,730.20
Cariboo Alain  3,285.00
Cayoosh Creek  :. 136.37
Cleveland .■>.  79.35
Clinton—Springhouse  129.78
Deadman River      150.20
Green Lake :  601.52
Hat Creek  222.85
High Bar  868.85
Haylmore  50.00
Jones-Dickey   311.52
Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   842.85
Lillooet-Clinton  3,073.09
Lillooet-Seton Lake  295.80
Lillooet streets .'  147.45
Lillooet-Lytton    3.180.37
Alarble Canyon  723.87
Mound-Loon Lake     72.90
North  Fork    374.29
North Bonaparte  :....  450.27
Seton Lake    G5.00
Tyaxou  70.15
Watch Lake  88.60
Watch Lake-Lone Butte  67.35
Woods Box-High Bar   129.10
Trails.
Antoine Creek  50.40
Bridge River Porks  50.40
West of Fraser    142.20
Sundry roads and trails  (units under $50)  342.25
Supervision  4,573.18
Plant and tools  2,718.70
Camp equipment  10,80
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       28,286.45
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Alexander ...  ...'.:  $92.72
Lillooet Suspension   68.45
McMillan     74.75
South  Fork  174.13
Ward's Ferry  73.62
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  123.93
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance  607.00
Vote 171—Ferries.
Big Bar  !  $1,587.75
High Bar ...  .....<  963.00
Pavilion :. 873.00
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries         3,423.75
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Bridge River ..  $798.49
Cadwallader Creek Trail  550.00
Cableway across Bridge River at Truax Creek   275.00
Gun CreekrTaseko River Trail  150.00
McGillivray Creek Trail  150.00
Road to Big Slide Mining & Development Co  449.24
Carried forward  $2,372.73    $43,544.35 Q ,82 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
LILLOOET DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,372.73    $43,544.35
Road to hydraulic placer claims, D.L. 3020 and 3027   37.40
Trail from Hawthorn Creek up CadwaUader Creek   75.00
Trail, Lower South Fork of Bridge River   15.00
Tyaughton Creek Trail   300.00
Watson Bar Creek Trail   199.50
Bridges, South Fork of Bridge River   1,100.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Alining Roads and Trails, etc  4,099.63
Total expenditure, Lillooet District (North)      $47,643.98
LILLOOET DISTRICT   (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $494.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   176.48
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory :    Unemployment
Relief    30.906.44
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   23,315.52
$54,952.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G (e)   (refund)  50.00
Total, Unemployment Relief     $54,902.49
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
204. Pemberton Meadows   $1,055.21
205. Portage  505.28
200. Station     379.30
207.  Pemberton Portage   239.10
243. Paradise Valley  86.85
245. Squamish Valley   2,188.81
246-252.  Squamish streets   329.02
271. Beach Avenue East   210.23
272. Beach Avenue AVest   51.53
281. Gibson-Sechelt  977.01
291. Lower  172.01
293. Mason   135.40
294. Mintie ......  02.50
295. North  247.97
297. Ocean Beach Esplanade   79.95
300. Pratt   80.25
301. Reed     66.G1
302. Roberts Creek   69.20
314.  Secbelt-Pender Harbour   1.283.44
324. Porpoise Bay   179.93
436. Squamish-Britannia   93.35
Rollins  62.10
44G. Garibaldi   •   184.G4
448. Pemberton  176.28
457. Blackwater  50.40
70r. Gibsons Landing-Pender Harbour Highway  124.68
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    494.51
Plant and tools   759.87
Supervision—Salaries and expenses   4,730.13
Pontiac coupe A-54  :  251.81
Launch V-33   546.04
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       15,940.13
Carried forward     $70,848.02 STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURE.
Q S3
LILLOOET DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
$70,848.62
Reg
410.
261.
327
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
No.
Mamquam AA'ashout 	
Saginaw7, No. 1 	
$499.08
74.02
84.25
98.77
204,80
351
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  	
•.
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance 	
961.52
8
A'ote 171—Ferries.
$135.36
47.28
136.70
21.05
7.
4
Ronvan  	
Total. A'ote 171—Ferries       .  .
340 39
450
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of AIining Roads and Trails, etc.
Goat Creek Trail	
$74.91
182.10
456.
Trail from Lillooet River to Tenquille Lake	
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc
Total expenditure, Lillooet District (South) 	
Total expenditure, Lillooet District $120,051.52
257.01
$72,407.54
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. G  (a) :   Roads.
Bella Coola River Protection        $2,458.50
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
4, 5, 7. Grant Road
14. 4-AIile  	
1. Brown Creek 	
       $1,567.87
  281.48
  217.25
$2,066.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bridges.
Bella Coola Suspension         2,500.00
Total, Capital Account—Bridges	
Capital Account—" B,C. Loan Act. 1931,"  Sec. 0  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $362.45
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   38.34
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st, ;
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief         1,841.95
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        16,911.85
$2,458.56
4,506.60
Total, Unemployment Relief        19,154.59
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Anah'im-Chilcotin        $1,061.82
3. Martin Valley   185.30
9. Bella Coola (9842)         3,456.47
Carried forward..
$4,703.59    $20,179.75 Q S4
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
MACKENZIE DI STRICT— Con tin it ed.
A'OTE 171-
-Maintenance and AIinor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Roads,
Brought forward  $4,703.59    $26,179.75
Reg. No.
9. Bella Coola (10519)   750.00
50. Atnarko-Anahim  201.29
63. Sakumtha Pass   200.15
101. Lake  (Lasqueti)  71.40
102. Main (Lasqueti)  015.22
106. King  98.31
107. Sutherland    71.44
110. Malaspina     134.17
111. Lund    1,030.01
115. Westview     193.49
133. Padget   194.51
134. Cranberry Lake   507.82
136. Olsen Lake   55.00
137. Thunder Bay  1,519.63
146. Allan  .'  179.40
148. Manson   386.17
151. Second  63.38
154. Savary Island   274.82
155. Fourth (Paradise Valley)   194.50
157. Harvey  109.34
108. Scotch Fir Point  153.92
173. Bell    55.67
174. Blubber Bay  (Texada) -  216.57
175. Central (Texada)   349.07
194. Stuart Island  135.57
205. Finn Bay  .'  290.35
207. Valley    258.47
208. Patrick      07.32
210. Lubert       212.02
212. Fifth    104.89
213. McGregor   53.44
214. Wilde     250.00
Sundry roads  (units under $50)  672.58
Material and supplies   23,8.63
Trucks  350.89
Hard surfacing   543.89
Plant and tools X.  1,359.90
Supervision  2,196.90
Administration  349.31
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       20,133.09
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
52. Thorsen Creek  $168.79
111. Lois River   113.70
182. Allan Road   74.90
152. Vananda  144.73
Sundry bridges (Bella Coola)   93.00
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    520.25
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,115.97
A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
111. Lund Road   $3,17S.93
134. Cranberry Lake Road    2,059.81
137. Thunder Bay Road  2,053.53
Manson Road   10.00
Poplar Avenue   268.70
Ocean View Road   35.22
Total, A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing          7,60G.25
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District      $55,035.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q S5
NANAIAXO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (7>) :   Bridges.
Reg. No.
7. Millstone   $2,498.70
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       $2,498.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6   (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $497.43
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  ■  6,808.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized  Territory,   Non-contributory :    Unemployment
Relief .•  20,533.45
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  71,227.72
Total, Unemployment Relief        99,066.98
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Brechin   $57.13
5. Bush Street  61.27
15. Deep Bay —  75.27
30. Fiddick's ,  69.13
50. Howard  Avenue '  143.81
127. Island Highway   1,102.19
88. Park Avenue     '  82.53
94. Raine's  135.01
103.  South Wellington  187.47
126. Wakesiah Avenue   80.00
07; Wall Street   197.85
Sundry roads (units under $50)  3S2.72
Supervision  1,097.01
Tools and plant   230.70
Haulage-trucks     1,708.74
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc         C2S2.89
A'ote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
7. Millstone   $953.03
10. Brechin   244.99
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          1,198.02
A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
15. Departure Bay Road   $106.14
34. Fifth Street   08.51
127. Island Highway  1;170.58
146.  Stewart  Avenue '....  48.34
151. Northfield Road  :..  14.20
Total, A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing         1,497.77
Total expenditure, Nanaimo District   $110,544.42
NELSON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act. 1932," Sec. 0 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   $4,748.74
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  -  12,205.30
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   42,175.26
Total, Unemployment Relief      $59,129.30
A'ote 171—AIaintenance and AIinor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2. Fairview streets   $273.02
4. Rosemont streets   124.48
Carried forward j  $397.50    $59,129.30 Q 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
NELSON DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward ,  $397.50    $59,129.30
Reg. No.
6. South Nelson streets  202.44
Sundry roads (units under $50)  59.40
Plant and tools   559.81
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc         1,219.15
A'ote 171—Ferries.
Nelson      $14,025.57
Total, Vote 171—Ferries       14,025.57
Total expenditure, Nelson District      $74,374.02
NEAV AVESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G  (a) :   Roads.
Twentieth Street, D.L. 172 (drainage)          $2,399.11
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $2,399.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  ,       $1,142.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. G (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief         1,070.74
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "          8,794.29
Total, Unemployment Relief        11,007.52
A'ote 171—AIaintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Streets in District Lot 172        $1,200.71
Approach, New7 AVestminster Bridge  193.53
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc         1,454.24
Total expenditure, New Westminster District      $14,800.87
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6   («) :   Roads.
63r. Arterial Highway, Spallumcheen Municipality   $18,8.96
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  («) :   Roads.
New equipment-shed, Vernon        $1,400.00
63r. Arterial Highway, Spallumcheen Municipality   188.96
$1,5SS.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Roads.
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   $977.78
88. Vernon-Edgewood   275.25
$1,253.03
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (6) :   Roads.
New equipment-shed, Vernon       $3,926.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $6,956.95
Carried forward       $6,956.95 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 87
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,956.95
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
- Relief  :  $997.04
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e) — (G) Non-con-
contributory :   Unemployment Relief   502.37
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932." Sec. G (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   1,316.95
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief   14,778.69
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  40,421.09
Total, Unemployment Relief       5S,01G.74
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
2. Albers  $57.84
161. BX  112.41
4. Bella Vista  -  52.91
31. Creighton Valley  388.85
28.  Cameron's Point  101.49
30. Commonage  364.S2
34. Deep  Creek  313.51
78. Eagle Pass  • i  1,821.80
74. Euderby-AIabel Lake   1,010.75
37. East Vernon  :  371.27
39.  Enderbv-Grindrod  394.38
113. Enderbv-Salmon River    316.80
36. Eastside  52.99
49. Grandview Bench   201.89
62. Hodges  50.65
59. Harris Creek  57.90
65. Kamloops    937.79
08. Kelowna      5,731.00
67. Kedleston    158.45
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   818.32
70. L. and A  230.58
92. Mud Lake  84.11
97. Okanagan Landing   428.00
100. Oyama     424.13
105. Riverside     "89.78
103. Richlands   132.53
107. Rollings  Lake  :        05.04
126.  Squaw Valley    241.84
121. Shuswap River Drive   102.21
129. Sugar Lake  281.50
119.  Shuswap Avenue  (south)  302.91
130. Trinity Valley  :  711.02
131. Tronson   78.32
103. Trask  85.50
88. A'ernon-Edgewood ..:  2,740.15
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm  3,034.02
138. Westside   077.23
Highways, Arterial.
34r. Vernon-Salmon Arm, City of Armstrong  274.24
G2r. A'ernon-Kamloops, Spallumcheen Municipality  019.99
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm, Spallumcheen Municipality   2,122.05
Highways, Primary.
52a. Vernon-Edgewood, Coldstream Municipality   238.61
70a. Landsdowne Loop, Spallumcheen Municipality   554.81
Highways, Secondary.
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River, Spallumcheen Municipality   37.56
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River, City of Armstrong   83.60
Carried forward j  $27,002.05    $04,973.69 Q SS
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
NORTH OKANAGAN  DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $27,002.05    $64,973.69
Sundry roads (units under $50)    663.34
Supervision and travelling expenses   2,955.83
Plant, tools, and equipment  1,880.84
Road machinery   582.00
Traffic operation and snowT-removal  313.02
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       33,397.08
Reg. No. A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1. Abbott  $88.48
6. Ashton Creek   942.71
7. Andrew   240.72
38. Falls    50.70
45. Genier  837.91
48.  Grindrod  117.73
80.  McKay     342.10
95. Outlet    209.76
9G. Pass   61.05
98. Pine  101.27
5. Rand's  773.56
151. Reserve   225.54
Sundry bridges (units under $50)    129.42
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance         4,180.95
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District  $102,552.32
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1928," Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
Dollarton Highway  (Primary 73a)  $2,990.54
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931,"  Sec. 6   (a) :   Roads.
Dollarton Highway (Primary 73a)   787.41
Total, Capital Account—Roads         $3,777.95
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief   $721.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st.
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   273.75
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   301.68
Total, Unemployment Relief         1,297.39
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Bowen Island Trunk   $730.30
3. Cowan   211.93
4. Dorman  59.13
6. Grafton  :  471.94
9.  Miller     120.19
10.  Scarborough  03.54
13. Collins  :  508.45
14. Woods  ;  123.49
21. New Brighton-Grace Bay   98.12
22. New Brighton-Grace Harbour   97.91
32. Ecclestone   95,37
66a. Marine Drive   7.72
67a. Marine Drive   680.66
73a. Dollarton Highway   2,059.35
Sundry roads (units under $50)    210.70
Carried forward  $5,544.80      $5,075.34 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 89
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 171—JIaintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward .,  $5,544.80      $5,075.34
Plant and tools  109.78
Supervision     595.35
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc  6,249.93
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
Bridge No. 1  (Boundary)    $8.91
2. Capilano   1.817.71
9. Cypress Creek   104.05
13. Nelson Creek  2,407.19
Sundry bridges   (units under $50)  374.09
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance         4,712.55
Total expenditure, North A'ancouver District     $16,037.82
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
448. Walcott Foot-bridge  $9,191.91
Total, Capital Account—Bridges         $9,191.91
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (e) :   Unemployment
Relief  $62.59
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932." Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   682.02
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory :    Unemployment
Relief   5.159.30
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   08,358.86
Total, Unemployment Relief       74,262.77
A'ote 171—Maintenance and AIinor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
9. Brown   $64.20
10.  Blackwater-Stony Creek  69.92
12. Braeside    96.89
13. Buck River  -..:  68.00
19. Rose Lake Cut-off   155.84
21. Colleymount   514.51
28. Martin Lake  50.00
31. Finmoore-AA'ebber Lake   480.18
32. Finmoore   (south)     171.43
33. Forestdale-Mile 106   112.40
36. Port Fraser Settlement  (east)    106.25
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   -.  243.67
39. Fort George-Hazelton  14.984.95
47. Greer Valley   - :  83.85
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa   850.51
01. Lily Lake  285.27
79. Nithi River  109.84
80. North Francois Lake  455.25
84. Ootsa Lake Shore  (east)  113.97
90. Wistaria-Houston   073.81
95. Quick  Station  82.75
96. Quick School  :  55.40
102. Sob Lake Settlement    77.00
104. Schaefer      143.39
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek  1,545.09
118. Topley-Babine  596.10
Carried forward -     $22,191.07    $83,454.68
7 OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $22,191.07    $83,454.68
Reg. No.
122. Uncha Lake  418.49
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   1,940.31
125. Owen Lake   183.75
126. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point   645.79
127. Vanderhoof (west)   203.80
130. AA'oodmere-Round Lake  88.75
153. Brandon    429.54
101. Menard Settlement   52.50
182. Loop     25G.71
197. Skog     221.90
200.  Burns Lake-Babine    65.97
Sundry roads (units under $50)    958.18
Plant   4,270.88
Supervision, auto   993.89
Supervision and office expenses   3,776.64
Snow-removal     2,582.11
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       39,280.28
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
1G. Ferguson Creek  $177.00
46. Burns Lake Trestle, No. 2  246.53
81.  Sowchea  75.20
87. Tong     100.10
428. Morden, No. 1   138.05
446. Live Creek  75.45
450. Nation River   2,893.98
455. Gale  '.  69.25
503. Wakefield    94.35
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   208.90
Total, Vote 171—Bridges :   Alaintenance          4,079.41
A'ote 171—Ferries.
1. Francois Lake   $6,681.66
2. Fort Fraser   972.92
3. Braeside  1,291.32
4. Hulatt   413.00
5. Finmoore  1,170.29
6. Takla Lake    265.25
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries        10,794.44
A'ote 171—AA'harves.
Francois Lake Ferry AVharves   $050.00
Total, Vote 171—AA'harves   G50.00
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail from mouth of Omineca River to End Lake on the Osilinka River $350.00
Trail to property of Lafe Bartholomew, Topley   25.00
Manson Creek Trail   1,999.34
Road to Golden Eagle Group, Topley  100.00
Trail to Jack Rabbit Group, near Perow   -  25.00
Sakumtha Pass Trail  25.00
Trail to Evergreen Group, Topley  25.00
Trail to Alanson Section from Hazelton   246.60
Trail to Dog Creek from Vanderhoof-Fort St. James Road   52.85
Trail to Golden Glory and adjoining groups from Burns Lake  50.00
Trail to Croesus Group, Moric'e Mountain, Houston   50.00
Trail to Monarch and Esther Groups, AA'hitesail Lake   50.00
Grouse Mountain Road, near Telkwa   25.00
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,023.79
Total expenditure, Omineca District   $141,282.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 91
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Unemployment,
Relief  $750.01
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (a)   (prior to May 1st.
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  .'  3,328.91
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. G (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory :    Unemployment
Relief   19,551.22
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   62,052.55
Total, Unemployment Relief     $.85,682.69
A'ote 171—JIaintenance and AIinor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Queen Charlotte City streets  $437.60
Jap Inlet sidewalks   144.25
Kumdis Island Trail  407.85
Masset-Tow Hill  1,147.37
Oona River sidewalks   227.50
Port Clements-Masset  46S.G0
Port Clements streets   424.00
Port Clements-Tlell  273.50
Port Simpson streets   581.22
Prince Rupert Highway  (Galloway Rapids-Skeena City Section)  1,330.85
Prince Rupert Highway  (Kaien Island Section)  2.02G.28
Queen Charlotte City-Tlell   1,120.73
Salt Lakes Trail  60.66
Sandspit roads  199.34
Sewell roads     100.50
New Masset-Old Masset   25.20
Masset streets  157.85
Tow Hill-East Coast  5G.60
Smith Island Trail   50.40
Lawson Harbour, Lewis Island, sidewalks   40.40
Snow-removal, Prince Rupert Highway   215.25
Plant and tools   G98.67
Roads generally   733.68
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc .'       10,934.30
A'ote 171—Bridges :   AIaintenance.
Delkatla     $074.25
Bridges generally, Graham Island (south)   (units under $50)  539.70
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance   1,213.95
$97,830.94
A'ote 171—AA'harves.
Prince Rupert  (toll receipts)    $11,304.51
Prince Rupert  (maintenance)     $6,056.40
Cow Bay Launch Harbour        432.65
  6,489.05
Total, A'ote 171—AVharves (credit balance)         4,815.46
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District     $93,015.48
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (b) :   Roads.
Big  Bend ....  $4,827.10
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $4,827.10
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $4,027.47
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   1.914.94
Carried foncard ,  $5,942.41      $4,827.16 Q 92 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
 . ^ .___ __- -
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward...  $5,942.41      $4,827.16
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   330.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief    4.221.45
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   56,020.80
Total, Unemployment Relief       07,115.37
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
8. Beaton-Camborne   $259.00
10. Beaton-Trout Lake   584.44
13. Big Bend   5,340.13
23. Fourth Street Subdivision   63.13
25.  Galena Bay Logging  254.40
50. Malakwa-Johnson-Ross   113.80
66. Nelson   393.10
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   1,508.57
72. Revelstoke  (east)    245.30
74. Revelstoke (west)   13,809.45
Illecillewaet River-bank Protection   2,274.20
Orser-Swanstrom     256.92
115. Halfway Creek Trail ....;  105.70
Plant and tools   3,780.24
General Foreman's salary and travelling expenses  —  1,416.91
Sundry roads and trails (units under $50)   437.85
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       30,909.20
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
14. Beaton-Trout Lake  $50.00
22. Big Bend  369.80
23. Big Bend  277.62
81.  Revelstoke-Arrowhead    01.85
101. Revelstoke  (south)    483.31
103. Columbia River   2.032.21
120. Revelstoke (west)   379.95
128. Revelstoke (west)   175.50
131. Revelstoke (west)   194.38
149.  Big Bend  =  371.01
158. Downie     63.15
159. Goldstream  585.11
Sundry bridges (units under $50)  626.77
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance       '6,270.72
A'ote 171—Ferries.
1. Arrow Lake  (North-east Arm)    $5,833.34
2. Coldstream  :  312.00
3. Hall's Landing  3,161.12
4. 12-Mile     3,236.05
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries  '       12,542.51
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Poole Creek Trail   $299.62
Goose Creek Trail   200.00
Laforme Creek Trail   150.00
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  649.62
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District   $122,314.64 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 93
RICHMOND-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. G (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
5. Fraser Avenue (Arterial 66b)         $2,714.65
*	
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $2,714.65
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
0. Fraser Avenue   $692.75
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   692.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief        $1,471.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  280.63
Capital Account—" B.C Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief          2,306.6S
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "          5,020.71
Total, Unemployment Relief         9,085.13
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3. Marine Drive  ..-       $2,032.30
5. Fraser Avenue  (Arterial 6Gr)           2,096.82
9. AVoodward Highway  (Secondary 50b)         1,606.10
19. Richmond Highway (Secondary 70b)  782.24
Steveston Highway  (Secondary 84b)    257.79
Road Foreman's office  1.520.04
Road Foreman's car A-ll   407.89
Chevrolet truck  S-152   74.09
Plant and tools  ,  5.35
Roads generally   181.77
River-bank Protection, Lulu Island   929.87
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       11,101.58
A'ote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance.
4, 5. Eburne bridges       $7,958.48
0.  Fraser Avenue          3,393.45
3. Third   452.06
Sundry bridges on Marine Drive  49.12
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance        11,853.11
Vote 171—Ferries.
Ladner-AA'oodward, No. 3   $547.55
Total, Vote 171—Ferries   547.55
Total expenditure, Richmond-Point Grey District  -    $35,994.77
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (b) :   Bridges.
Trail Subway      $57,255.90
Total, Capital Account—Bridges     $57,255.90
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Bituminous
Surfacing.
4. Trail-Castlegar Road        $4,003.25
23. Rossland-Trail Road          1.353.51
(Work done 1931-32.)
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          6.01G.70
Carried forward *-     $63,-72.66 Q 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $63,272.66
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $388.11
.   Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   1,707.08
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 0 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   2.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief   :       10,044.70
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1032 "        39,970.57
Total, Unemployment Relief        52,113.90
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
New equipment  $949.3,8
2. Big Sheep Creek   295.55
4. Castlegar-Trail ! '.  5,530.80
7. Deschamps (north)  103.30
12. Milestone     85.57
14. Rossland-Caseade  3,305.48
16. Rossland-Paterson  875.98
21. Trail  (east)     80.43
22a. Trail-Columbia Gardens   011.13
23. Trail-Rossland     2,943.11
Sundry roads  (units under $50)    151.00
Plant and tools   1,561.34
Road Superintendent's salary and expenses   2,500.50
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       19,005.63
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
4. Nelson-Castlegar. No. 4   $50.47
37.  Ti-ail-Rossland,  No. 2  189,82
Sundry bridges  (units under $50)    174.58
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges:   Maintenance  414.87
A'ote 171—Perries.
Castlegar       $7,816.76
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries          7,816.76
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of AIining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Snowdrop Mine   $149,80
Road to Evening Star Mine  159.00
Extension of road to I.X.L. Mine   352.22
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  661.62
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District   $143,345.50
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act. 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
East Saanich  (Arterial 30b)    $825.43
AA'est Saanich   (Arterial 52r)            1,231.29
Keating Cross (Secondary 85b)  388.85
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $2,445.57
Carried forward       $2,445.57 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 95
SAANICH DI STRICT—Con tinned.
Brought forward       $2,445.57
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief    $273.44
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   254.80
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief     1,000.20
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   2G.80
Total, Unemployment Relief          2,161.24
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Burnside   ,  $1S.27
3. Connaught  18.26
5. Crescent     17.50
7. Helmcken     21.70
8. High     20.55
Island Highway (Arterial 28r)    1,535.50
Quadra and Saanich (Arterial 29r)  2,323.47
East Saanich  (Arterial 30r)    999.0G
West Saanich (Arterial 52r)   2,551.33
Verdier (Primary 57a)   171.84
Keating Cross (Secondary 85b)   040.16
Supervision  4,811.40
Auto     168.90
Plant and tools   1,270.66
Total, Vote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       14,568.60
A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
52b. West Saanich Road       $3,081.72
Total, Vote 171—Bituminous Surfacing          3,681.72
A'ote 172—Local Roads within Organized Territory.
2. Scott  $71.12
Total, A'ote 172—Local Roads within Organized Territory  71.12
Total expenditure, Saanich District      $22,928.25
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
94. Sicamous-Canoe    s       $4,994.08
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
94. Sicamous-Canoe            4,771.75
       $9,706.43
Capital Account- ■" B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0 (a) :   Roads.
40. Kamloops-Vernon (credit)  113.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $9,053.43
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (ft) :   Bridges.
80. Pritchard    '       $3,885.79
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          3,885.79
Carried forward     $13,539.22 SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward     $13,539.22
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $3,220.59
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   3,594,82
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   1,447.79
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory:    Unemployment
Relief  35.4S7.47
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   116,715.13
Total, Unemployment Relief     160,465.S0
A'ote 171—AIaintexance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails,
Reg. No. and Streets.
2. Adams Lake  $406.39
3. Adams Lake-Squam Bay   59.70
7. Bear Creek   241.30
8. Bolean Creek   127.24
9. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay   500.25
10. Blind Bay-Balmoral   56.56
11. Birch Island-Lost Creek   210.30
1G. Chase Creek   256.57
18. Chase Town  51.79
20. Chum Creek and branches  130.00
24. Douglas Lake-Grand Prairie  204.00
25. Ducks Station-Disdero  50.05
2G. Duck Range   266.52
27. Fadear Creek  120.40
28. Fowler-Willette   190.07
29. Falkland     00.50
36. Harper Valley    162.12
39. Kamloops-Salmon Arm  10.076.05
40. Kamloops-Vernon  3,079.08
41. Kamloops-Shuswap  269.80
47. Martin Prairie   351.65
54. Notch Hill-Carlin-Tappen  453.99
55. Notch Hill vicinity ...-.  55.85
59. Paxton Valley  79.72
60. Paul Lake-Pritchard  79.19
61. Pinantan  553.30
04. Pillar Lake   242.72
05. Robins Range  401.51
70. Salmon River   411.03
71. Sicamous-Vernon     257.82
72. Squilax-Anglemont   1,240.74
77. Scotch Creek   51.20
80. Tappen-AA'hite Lake  328.69
81. Tappen-Mobley-Brown  223.92
82. Warren Creek  51.58
83. North Thompson Highway   1,033.30
92. Pemberton Range   73.45
94. Sicamous-Canoe  1,422.64
City of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial (Arterial 37r)   45.45
Municipality of Salmon Arm—Trans-Provincial (Arterial 38r)    2.339.0S
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie (Secondary 20b)   80.00
Canoe (Secondary 70b)    300.00
Sundry roads (units under $50)  310.34
Supervision—Salaries and expenses  4,448.10
Camp equipment   00.40
Plant and equipment    2,512.62
Plant and tools   183.42
Plant maintenance  2,566.35
Material     221.15
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       37,516.56
Carried forward  $211,521.58 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 97
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward ,  $211,521.58
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
10. Brett's  $78.55
15. Campbell Creek, No. 3   100.05
20. Cedar Hill  907.76
24. Chase Creek, No. 4   1,202.43
32. Dodd's, No. 1   100.20
33. Dodd's, No. 2  95.85
34. Dilworth    63.10
47. Spa Creek  011.58
59. Mad River  93.00
G8. Monte Creek, No. 6   364.96
74. McMurphy Suspension  99.63
75. Moore Creek   1,805.43
80. Pritchard     251.35
89. Scarf Creek  402.11
94. Scotch Creek, No. 5   5G.02
96. Shuswap  381.30
105. Squilax     285.47
Sundry bridges (units under $50)          ' 385.88
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance   7,291.27
A'ote 171—Ferries.
1. Avola   $425.G7
2. Vavenby     1,021.14
3. Sorrento-Scotch Creek  4,068.78
5. Ducks     879.70
G. Shuswap Lake   8,000.00
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries        14,395.29
A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing.
38b.  Trans-Provincial  Highway    $50.10
Total, A'ote 171—Bituminous Surfacing   50.10
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid op Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Dam across Adams River   $75.00
Trail up Spillman Creek   175.00
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  250.00
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   $233,508.24
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
34-24. Penticton-Oliver, No. 2 (Penticton swing-bridge)   -.      $1,972.18
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        $1,972.18
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief        $1,997.53
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," See. 6(e) —Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief  407.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. G (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief         3,000.47
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory : Unemployment
Relief        29,928.63
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "      102,419.10
Total, Unemployment Relief     137,753.48
Carried forward  $139,725.66 0 98
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $139,725.66
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Reg. No. Trails, and Streets.
10. Copper Mountain  $188.87
67. Cawston roads   232.66
21. Fairview-Camp McKinney  132.96
22. Fairview-Cawston  76.27
26. Fairview-AA'hite Lake   60.50
29. 5-Mile-Princeton   1G1.79
44. Granite Creek-Blakeburn    619.03
35. Hedley-Princeton  2,717.02
59.  Hope-Princeton   964.30
39. Kaleden Townsite   534.51
41. Keremeos-Hedley     566.63
43. Keremeos Station  189.26
Keremeos—Cawston  ...:  336.52
47. Marron Valley   634.48
53. 1-Mile-Princeton   496.26
54. Osoyoos-Sidley  Alountain    2,089.06
86. Oliver-Osoyoos     2,706.66
20. Penticton-Oliver   5,533.51
74. Penticton Creek  58.00
00. Penticton—Keremeos    1,652.28
62. Penticton-Carmi   58.29
63. Princeton-Otter Lake    1,380.42
08. Princeton streets   527.37
73. Penticton-Summerland     ,866.76
52. Richter Pass   259.85
72. South Similkameen   670.9G
78. Summers Creek  90.30
SO. Shingle Creek   100.95
93. S.O.L. Project  81.99
87, AVm. B. Dornberg '.. 287.00
40. White Lake   147.52
Sundry roads (units under $50)    435.82
Trails.
Hope—Princeton   104.65
Plant and tools   2,148.78
Supervision—General Foreman and auto   2,973.44
$30,144.07
A'ote 171—Maintenance and AIinor Betterments:   Classified
Highways.
42r.  Summerland-Penticton-Oliver (arterial)          $3,013.77
29b. Penticton-Naramata   (secondary)     598.59
SGb. Fairview Road  (secondary)     200.41
$3,812.77
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       33,957.44
Vote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
198. Cawston     $372.18
231. Cawston  190.00
18. Copper Mountain, No. 1   213.77
74. Hedley-Princeton, No. 7  1,050.46
101. 1-Mile Creek  945.53
116. Penticton-Keremeos, No. 12   1,173.59
118. Penticton-Keremeos, No. 14   743.00
1S2. Penticton-Oliver    489.07
24. Penticton-Oliver, No. 2   75.87
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   97.60
Bridges generally    345.80
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Jlaintenance          5,696.93
Carried forward  $179,380.03 STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURE. Q 99
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward  $179,380.03
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Ashnola-Pasayten Mining Road :  $584.60
Cambie Creek Bridge   344.15
Golconda Road   25.00
Haight Coal-mine Road, Lot 385  21.78
Oro Fino Mine Road   500.00
Proposed road from Granite Creek to Rice's   150.00
Road to North Pork of Granite Creek   99.40
Road from Tulameen to Summit Camp  199.82
Road to Liquidator Mineral Claim, Tulameen   50.00
Roads from Princeton to Pleasant Valley Coal-mines and from Princeton
to Tulameen Coal-mines   188.44
Sunnyside, Queen Bess, Last Chance, and Horsefly Trails, Summit Camp 50.00
Siwash Creek Trail   60.00
Trail through the Hope Mountains from 23-Mile to the Summit  299.90
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,573.09
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $181,953.12
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0  (a) :   Bridges.
Bridge at Braun's Island  $0,602.19
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        $6,602.19
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Unemplovment
Relief  $753.58
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief    462.50
Capital Account—" B.C.'Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   1,625.09
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized   Territory,   Non-contributory :    Unemployment
Relief  '.  6,141.85
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "  06,467.94    '
Total, Unemployment Relief        75,450.90
A'ote 171—AIaintenance and Minor Betterments :   Road's,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No. ,
Prince Rupert Highway (Hubert-Smithers)  $3,0S0.25
Prince Rupert Highway  (Smithers-Morieetown)    1,488.10
Prince Rupert Highway (Moricetown-Hazelton)    1,795.22
Prince Rupert Highway  (Hazelton-Cedarvale)   ,. 2,1.35.75
Prince Rupert Highway   (Cedarvale-Terrace)  1,610.36
11. Babine  161.35
297. Babine Trail  198.80
Brackenden  54.00
84. B.C. Coal   493.87
9. Braun's  Island  1,404.15
Copper City Ferry  139.00
86. Copper City-Vanarsdol  224.92
Chretien  185.60
205. Copper River Trail   91.80
13. Cronin  160.60
114. Dairv  09.60
23. Driftwood  81.40
54. Halliwell  167.28
Hampton     233.11
35. Hudson Bay Mountain   76.00
20. Kalum Street   51.28
Carried forward     $13,903.04    $82,053.15 Q 100
PUBLIC AA'ORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued.
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $13,903.04    $82,053.15
Reg. No.
43. Kalum Lake  1,406.45
45. Keith  : ,. 141.98
49. Kispiox  506.00
42. Kitimat '.  266.19
52. Lakelse Lake  692.33
57.  Merkley   5S.20
06.  Poplar Park  ... 65.00
300. Port Essington streets   362.48
7. Remo  398.97
Salmon Creek   55.00
19. Snake     87.50
90. Tatlow      130.50
107. Telkwa High  :  266.50
Telkwa River   321.98
Salaries—
General Foreman  1,992.00
Clerical employee   1,515.40
Travelling  expenses  324.67
Office expenses   241.19
Plant and tools :.. 9,301.78
Culvert stock   407.14
Sundry roads (units under $50)   040.35
$33,085.31
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Classified
Highways.
Alain Street  (Secondary 58b)  $4.50
Kalum Street  (Secondary G7b)  26.00
$30.50
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       33,115.81
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
159. Braun's Island  $52.03
168.  Copper River Suspension   01.70
98.  Smithers  525.40
Cedar River, Kispiox  104.10
14.  Cedar River, Terrace „  103.00
50. Haguelgate  Suspension  297.82
51. Hazelton   999.65
89. Kalum Lake  158.91
109. Thornhill  Creek    401.22
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   463.60
Bridges generally   710.76
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance          3,944.85
Vote 171—Ferries.
Cedarvale    $901.03
Copper City  842.08
Copper River  (basket)     47.00
Hazelton   1,195.95
Kitwanga  925.33
Pacific   793.35
Remo   ...  1,524.90
Usk     1,382.34
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries          7,612.5S
Carried forward  $126,726.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 101
Reg
270.
2G9.
261.
252.
249."
292.
276.
273.
21.
208.
295.
281.
217.
239.
23.
214.
235.
214.
232.
200.
103.
SKEENA DISTIilCT—Continued.
Brought forward..... ,  $120,726.39
A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
No.
Usk-Singlehurst Trail   $48.09
Nicholson Creek Trail   24.85
United Province Group  24.85
Thoen Basin Trail   24.85
Mink Creek Trail  99.75
Williams Creek Trail   24.85
Thornhill Mountain Trail   49.70
Usk-Kleanza Creek Trail  140.80
Trail to Big Boy Group   24.85
Trail from Zymoetz River   49.60
Trail to J.D. Group   24.85
Zymoetz River Trail  (Copper River)    149.70
Trail up Porcupine Creek   49.70
Buccaneer of the North Trail  137.64
Bermaline Group Trail   24.85
Dome Mountain Road   249.90
Trail to lease of J. Jones  24.50
Trail to lease of A. McNaughton   24.S5
Chimdemash Creek Trail  100.00
Trail to Grotto Group  24.85
Telkwa River Trail   99.75
Waverley Group Trail   49.70
Silver Lakes Trail   449.64
Trail to A. and B. Group  147.00
Trail to Usk Group  24.50
Trail to Bornite King Group   49.70
Trail to Empire Group   99.95
Trail to Rob Roy Group  49.70
Trail to Helen Group  .....■  74.90
McCabe  Trail  74.90
Driftwood Creek Road   199.95
Douglas Creek Trail  (upper)    200.00
Maroon Mountain Trail   149.80
Douglas Creek Trail (lower)    149.80
Legate Creek Trail   24.85
Placer property of J. Matheson  49.70
Yukon Group Trail   25.00
Road to Victory Group   16.80
Glacier Road, Smithers   49.40
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,314.67
Total expenditure, Skeena District  $130,041.06
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0   (a) :   Roads.
Kelowna-Carmi     $994.5G
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0   (a) :   Roads.
Culvert, and till, Bridge No. 30-7. Camp Creek         $1,557.44
Naramata  788.21
$2,345.65
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $3,340.21
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Bridges.
Belgo       $1,608.91
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          1,608.91
Carried forward       $4,949.12
PROVINCIAL LIBRARY
VICTORIA, B.C. Q 102
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT— Continued.
Brought forward       $4,949.12
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief  $965.21
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6  (a)   (after May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief          7,091.64
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        25,813.42
Total, Unemployment Relief        33,870.27
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Belgo Subdivision  (north)     $223.90
4. Belgo Subdivision   (south)   _ 384.67
7. Benvoulin Subdivision   825.51
8. Experimental Farm   53.00
9. Glenmore Valley   106.70
12. Glenrosa Subdivision   101.50
13. Hydraulic Creek  1,099.95
15. Joe Riche District   603.32
16. Kelowna-Vernon   (north)  1,230.82
17. Kelowna-Vernon  (south)  1,169.89
18. K.L.O.  Alain    450.45
19. K.L.O. Subdivision   302.85
20. Lewis-Bailey   97.14
21. Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)   656.53
24. Meadow Valley and branches  329.50
25. North Naramata ...:  307.77
27. Naramata Subdivision   753.15
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision      241.96
31. Peaehland-Princeton     150.15
32. Penticton-Summerland     2,263.66
33. Penticton-Naramata     649.25
34. Rutland Subdivision   968.20
35. Richter Street  124.20
37. S.K.L. Subdivision   89.00
38. South Okanagan and branches   409.53
39. Spiers     317.20
40. Summerland-Peachland   1,019.40
42. Shingle Creek and branches  130.53
45. AVoodlawn Subdivision  84.80
46. Westside  237.15
47. AVestbank  Subdivision    139.50
48. AA'estbank  Ferry  924.01
49. AA'oods Lake Bottom roads  59.80
50. Casorso  266.65
Kelowma-Naramata Trail   58.80
40r. Peachland-Kelowna  (Municipality of Peachland)    1,312.75
41r. Penticton-Kelowna (Municipality of Summerland)   1,590.39
Sundry roads (units under $50)   442.42
Plant, tools, and equipment   10,054.61
Roads, general   S6.07
Road Foreman  1,826.55
Road Foreman's car  .'.  427.15
Travelling expenses    125.78
Office   1,666.62
Government Sub-agent's office   4.10
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       34,366.88
A'ote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance.
7. Camp Creek, No. 5  $293.08
15. Duck Creek, No. 4   92.85
31. Mill Creek  201.95
52. Slough, No. 6   110.55
62. Trepanier, No. 1   153.04
Carried foricard  $851.47    $73,186.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 103
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $851.47    $73,180.27
Sundry bridges (units under $50)   110.13
Bridges,  general    1.70
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :   Maintenance   9G9.30
$74,155.57
A'ote 171—Ferries.
Kelowna-AVestbank—
Revenue     $23,291.82
Expenditure          15,324.21
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries (credit balance)         7,907.61
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District     $66,187.96
YALE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 0   (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
30. Spences Bridge-Ashcroft      $18,054.62
Mazola  497.05
$19,152.27
Less credit balance, " B.C. Loan Act, 1929 "   341.63
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $18,810.04
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Bridges.
Ashcroft       $81,232.71
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        81,232.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief        $4,483.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," See. 6 (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief           3,169.16
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief  1,327.04
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemplovment
Relief   .'        50,477.99
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "       98,708.05
Total, Unemployment Relief     158,225.89
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
73r. Merritt-Spences Bridge  (arterial)     $20.11
20. Chaumox   129.05
30.  Spences Bridge-Ashcroft   2.589.06
36. Cariboo  423.60
42. Cache Creek-Savona   322.15
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge  3,819.84
45. Lindlev Creek   09.22
55. Mamit Lake  965.72
62. Midday Valley   55.30
63. Merritt-Kamloops   -.  5,982.68
64. Mill Creek  90.25
70. Merritt-Princeton  '.  2,192.14
96. Penask Lake  638.20
Carried forward     $17,303.32 $258,200.27- Q 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
YALE DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
101. Douglas  Lake	
Sundry roads (units under $50)
Snow-removal   	
Plant and tools 	
Gasoline and oil 	
Supervision and office expenses ...
$17,303.32 $258,269.27
487.34
115.90
653.27
1,868:72
74.25
6,528.79
$27,031.59
Cariboo Highway (Toll Section) —
Toll receipts    $20,040.00
Less  expenditures       15,001.27
         5,578.73
e 171-
A'OTl
-Roads, Trails, etc	
171—Bridges :   Maintenance.
Total, A'ot
          $393.04
2-1,452.86
            334.65
            225.75
5-Mile  	
            261.85
            105.00
Haig     	
            339.81
Jackass Mountain,
Jackass Mountain,
Jackass Mountain,
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
110.00
2,030.27
110.00
185.60
Alill Creek, No. 1
           352.21
            170.50
Nicola, No. 4 	
            143.42
Nicola, No. 19 	
            142.10
            275.25
            110.75
            175.50
           285.49
Tunnel Mouth 	
           261.85
              95.00
            106.75
            106.75
            110.00
Unnamed   	
            110.74
            176.50
            176.75
Yale 	
           190.50
Spuzzum 	
         1,628.80
Sundry bridges (ui
lits under $50)
i 171—Bridges :
           199.25
Maintenance 	
Total. A'ot
S.920.0S
A'ote 171—Ferries.
Lytton
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries
$887.70
887.70
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Trail to Alaster Ace Group 	
Emory Creek Trail '.	
Total, Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Total expenditure, Yale District (North) 	
$300.00
170.70
470.70
$290,000.61 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 105
YALE DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. G  (a) :   Roads.
Reg. No.
231. Trans-Canada  (Hope-Rosedale)          $1,165.38
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $1,105.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1931,"  Sec. 6  (a) :   Unemployment
Relief          $2,052.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. G (e)—Non-contributory :
Unemployment Relief   769.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)   (prior to May 1st,
1932) :   Unemployment Relief   107.68
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a) (after May 1st,
1932)—Unorganized Territory, Non-contributory: Unemployment
Relief  '.       36,099.24
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "        8S.358.43
Total, Unemployment Relief      127,387.21
A'ote 171—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
206. Farrell    :  $37.40
209. Harrison  Hot Springs   492.90
215. Lillooet Avenue-Harrison Hot Springs   301.05
217. Lougheed Highway  (Deroche-Agassiz)     90.94
224. Othello  58.50
210. Trans-Canada   (Hope-Princeton)     595.34
231. Trans-Canada  (Hope-Rosedale)    .'  10,043.23
Snow-removal     144.40
Plant and tools   2,934.92
$15,298.GS
A'ote 171—AIaintenance and Minor Betterments :   Classified
Highways.
60a. Harrison Hot Springs   $215.54
26B.  Lougheed Highway   (Ilarrison-Agassiz)     5.933.39
46r. Trans-Canada (Water Street, Hope)    44S.72
$6,597.65
Total, A'ote 171—Roads, Trails, etc       21.896.33
A'ote 171—Bridges :  AIaintenance.
402. Harrison Bay AA'ashout  (on 26r)     $460.37
3. Cheam   538.53
132. Pump-house  (on 2Gr)     68.15
131. Harrison River   (Bridge-tender)     696.28
Total, A'ote 171—Bridges :  Maintenance          1,763.33
A'ote 171—Ferries.
Herrling Island (cable-ferry)    $101.25
Total, A'ote 171—Ferries   101.25
Vote 132—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Skagit River Trail   $235.00
Aurum-Dawson   119.50
Hope-Princeton   715.01
Fire Jlountain Trail   40.00
Total, A'ote 132—Grants in Aid of Alining Roads and Trails, etc         1,109.51
Total expenditure, Yale District (South)   $153,423.01
Total expenditure, Yale District  $443,423.62 MISCELLANEOUS.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a).
Burrard Street Bridge     $50,000.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, lp31," Sec. 6 (a)      $50,000.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 0 (e)—Unemployment Relief-:
NON-CONTRIHU TORY.
Vancouver  $98.02
Victoria     593.20
(H.)   Supervision   21,947.42
(J.)   Public Health   29.15
$22,667.79
Credit, hospital deductions          2,091.70
Total,   "B.C.   Loan  Act,  1931,"   Sec.   6(e)—Unemployment  Relief:    Non-contributory        $20,576.09
"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)—Unemployment Relief.
Vancouver    $2,760.15
Victoria    '.  135.43
(H.)   Supervision     3,995.76
(J.)  Public Health   15,923.16
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)—Unemployment Relief      $22,814.50
"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. G (a)—Unemployment Relief:   Unorganized
Territory, Non-contributory.
Vancouver     $18,158.34
Victoria     1,673.96
(J.)  Public Health          7,233.54
Total. "B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)—Unemployment Relief:   Unorganized
Territory, Non-contributory     $27,065.84
" Unemployment Relief Act, 1932."
Vancouver         $39,435.48
Victoria       13,201.12
General          47,G14.10
Maintenance of Men in Subsistence Camps operated by B.C. Special Commission—
Permissible charges in excess of Dominion contribution   $10,058.56
Charges not refundable by Dominion      34,290.65
 134.349.21
Public Health        72,381.31
Camp equipment, machinery, etc., rejected by Dominion Government        35,034.92
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "   $342,676.14
VOTE 171.
Ferries generally   .'.  $1,170.00
Bridges generally  2,510.91
Traffic operation and snow service   10,198.G4
Launch   1,902.04
Contingencies     6,874.78
Total, Vote 171      $22,656.37
" B.C. LOAN ACT, 1932," SEC. 6 (a)   (PRIOR TO MAY 1st, 1932).
Unemployment Relief—Municipalities.
Alberni City  .'  $20.48
Armstrong City  55.05
Burnaby District   16,795.20
Coquitlam District   432.49
Courtenay City   273.92
Carried forward     $17,577.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 107
"B.C. LOAN ACT, 1932," SEC. 0  (a)   (PRIOR TO MAY 1st, 1Q32)—Continued.
Unemployment Relief—AIunicipalities—Continued.
Brought forward   $17,577.14
Cranbrook City   20.70
Delta Municipality  141.G8
Enderby City   27.45
Esquimalt Township    202.50
Fernie City  2.99
Kamloops City  221.38
Kelowna City  220.75
Kent District    250.40
Ladysmith City    29.22
Langley District   102.97
Maple Ridge District   733.50
Matsqui District   3G.93
Mission District  '.  109.07
Mission A'illage  133.92
Nanaimo City   231.08
Nelson City   1,083.73
New AVestminster City   3,636.03
North A'ancouver City   2,472.28
North Vancouver District   1,103.10
Oak Bay Municipality  120.75
Port Coquitlam City  :  235.59
Prince George City  455.64
Prince Rupert City   1,925.70
Revelstoke City  116.07
Richmond Township    432.80
Rossland City  :  124.17
Saanich District  2,353.23
Salmon Arm City   62.10
Trail City   50G.67
Vancouver City  50,808.17
Victoria City  11,458.97
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (a)  (prior to May 1st, 1932)     $97,608.92
"B.C. LOAN ACT, 1932," SEC. 6 (b)— UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF
(FROM MAY 1st, 1932).
Municipal Direct Relief.
Alberni   $27.38
Burnaby  S7.093.41
Chilliwack City J  180.40
Chilliwack Municipality    176.93
Coquitlam    :  1,340.32
Courtenay  765.14
Cranbrook  1,453.94
Esquimalt    -  459.26
Fernie    '. - -  4,780.94
Kamloops   449.10
Kelowna   137.03
Ladysmith  93.82
Langley     970.92
Maple Ridge  1,274.65
Matsqui  132.93
Merritt  -  67.20
Mission District   887.26
Mission Village  - 111.73
Nanaimo     12,166,85
Nelson  5,109.54
New Westminster  7,939.89
North Vancouver City   12,295.09
North A'ancouver District —■  18,011.29
Oak Bay   823.17
Pitt Meadows  7.64
Port Alberni   503.6S
Carried forward  $158,472.17 Q 108
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
"B.C. LOAN ACT, 1932," SEC. 6  (b)— UNEA1PLOYAIENT RELIEF
(FROM MAY 1st, 1932)— Continued.
Municipal Direct Relief—Continued.
Brought forward.  $158,472.17
Port Coquitlam   238.67
Prince George   760.57
Prince Rupert  8,791.54
Richmond    :  8,402.78
Rossland  581.66
Saanich  9,535.87
Salmon Arm    21.70
Surrey     1,139.01
A'ancouver .'  198,417.73
West Vancouver   2,454.12
$388,816.42
Less refund from Dominion Government   194,408.28
Total.  "B.C.  Loan Act.  1932,"  See.  6 (a)    (from Mav  1st,  1932)—Provincial
share   $194,408.14
"B.C. LOAN ACT. 1932," SEC. 6 (a)—UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF
(FROJI MAY 1st, 1932).
Municipal Direct Relief—Singles- and Transients.
Burnaby   $11,342.61
Chilliwack City  40.80
Chilliwack Municipality   4.00
Coquitlam     33.00
Cranbrook     131.28
Esquimalt     411.70
Fernie   119.33
Kelowna   13.50
Langley  110.34
Alaple Ridge   1.402.85
Matsqui  2.68
Mission District   183.90
Mission Village  ...-     33.00
Nanaimo       272.34
Nelson     4,545.91
New Westminster   1,814.52
North Vancouver City   1.721.75
North A'ancouver District   4,044.45
Oak Bay    08.24
Port Coquitlam   09.25
Revelstoke    ,      1,933.33
Richmond  755.25
Saanich  1,409.20
Salmon Arm   ■.  30.45
Surrey  128.22
Trail   164.80
A'ancouver     110,589.17
West A'ancouver  611.30
$141,987.29
Less refund from Dominion Government  :  70,993.72
Total. "B.C. Loan Act. 1932,"  Sec. 0 (a)   (from May 1st, 1932)—Provincial
share     $70,993.57
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932."
(M.)  Advances to Municipalities.
District of Burnaby   $70,628.00
Coquitlam District   1,000.00
City of Cranbrook   1,200.00
City of Fernie   13,500.00
Carried forward  $80,328.06 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 109
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932 "—Continued.
(M.) Advances to Municipalities—Continued.
Brought forward  $86,328.06
Maple Ridge Municipality   2,000.00
City of Merritt   1,839.13
A'illage of Mission   800.00
City of North A'ancouver   12,500.00
North A'ancouver District   1S.250.00
City of Port Alberni  5,407.56
City of Port Coquitlam   999.19
City of Port Moody  1,550.00
City of Prince Rupert   4,500.00
District of Salmon Arm  500.00
City of Trail   3,000.00
AA'est A'ancouver District   1,272.39
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "—Advances to Municipalities   $138,946.33
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932."
(N.)   Single Men not in Camps.
Alberni City    $19.86
Burnaby District   511.24
City of Chilliwack   11.20
Chilliwhack District   10.07
Courtenay City   3.33
Delta District  '.  9.37
Grand Forks City   4,80
Kamloops City   .75
City of Kaslo   5.80
Maple Ridge District   1,184.17
Matsqui District  3.36
Mission Village   48.00
Nanaimo City  40.20
City of Nelson  524.10
North Cowichan Municipality   24.99
North A'ancouver City  25.50
North Vancouver District   1,83.50
Oak Bay Municipality   13.20
Port Alberni City  482.10
Port Coquitlam City  .'  70.00
Prince George City   435.50
Saanich District   3.83
City of Trail  64.40
Vancouver City  2.234.10
A'ancouver, Board of Oriental Missions  301.20
City of Vernon  5.00
AA'est A'ancouver District  3.50
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "—Single Men not in Camps        $6,290.39
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT. 1932."
(E.) Municipalities.
Alberni   $1,457.93
Armstrong   107.30
Burnabv District   107,907.19
Chilliwack  City    1,235.02
Chilliwhack District  1,222.98
Coquitlam     5.041.03
Municipality of Coldstream   1,059.18
Courtenay     2,267.79
Cranbrook     4,552.30
Cumberland   108.73
Delta     2,576.56
Duncan  -  1,072.72
Carried forward   $129,209.33 Q 110 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
" UNEA1PLOYAIENT RELIEF ACT, 1932 "—Continued.
(E.)  Municipalities—Continued.
Brought forward   $129,269.33
Esquimalt     2,174.26
Fernie  14.457.32
Grand Forks '    2,804.13
Glenmore District  5.24
Kamloops   4,128.82
Kaslo  981.90
Kelowna   1,993.07
District of Kent   608.17
Langley  5,309.58
Maple Ridge   3.815.36
Matsqui  820.82
Merritt  2.162.64
Mission District   2,769.23
Mission Village   2,039.27
Nanaimo      15,140.88
Nelson  11,244.16
New AVestminster City   50,753.92
North Cowichan   4,965.78
North A'ancouver City   19,031.83
North A'ancouver District   26,177.04
Oak Bay   2,150.85
Peachland     111.06
Penticton   1,315.81
Pitt Meadows   183.11
Port Alberni   6.923.40
City of Port Coquitlam  -  3.537.10
Port Moody   3,838.18
Prince George   3,011.61
Prince Rupert  18,786.56
Revelstoke     1,383.30
Richmond  11.952.38
Rossland  1,302.87
Saanich  30,757.43
Salmon Arm City    775.02
Salmon  Arm District  766.71
Sumas District  298.56
Summerland     '  287.86
Surrey       -  10,171.07
Trail -  11,358.53
A'ancouver    435.516.07
Vernon    3,582.13
Victoria    107.800.40
West Vancouver  ,  7,083.30
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "—Municipalities   $903,672.17
" UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF ACT, 1932."
Relief Land Settlement Plan.
No. 1. Heyworth, Herbert Harry   $305.92
No. 3. Tuura, Oscar  1  45.53
No. 4. Ramsden, Richard Henry   55.01
No. 5. Oddv, Joseph Edwin   84.15
No. 6. McNally, Hugh A ...  31.12
No. 7. Fitzsimmons, Robert George  118.23
No. 8. Marcell, Stanley  73.59
No. 9. Stinson, Frederick  50.00
No. 10.  McTaggart, Philip Joseph  13.02
No. 11. Trout. Walter  44.51
No. 12. Platts, Tom     32.00
$853.08
Liess municipalities' proportion of above expenditure   56S.60
Total, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "—Relief Land Settlement Plan  $284.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 111
SPECIAL AV ARRANT No. 1.
Unorganized Territory7, Direct Relief.
Alberni   $151.40
Atlin   250.00
Cariboo   (North)  370.79
Columbia  536.80
Comox  127.77
Cranbrook   _. '  8.75
Creston        1,171.59
Delta     3,142.65
Dewdney    •  947.3S
Esquimalt     1,729.62
Fernie ,  1,095.90
Fort George    1,321.05
Grand Forks-Greenwood   327.60
Kamloops  ....  3,205.40
Kaslo-Slocan   249.58
Lillooet   (North)     15.67
Lillooet   (South)  3,503.04
North Okanagan  1,629.16
Prince Rupert  431.40
Revelstoke   21.25
Omineca   461.31
Rossland-Trail       1,069.12
Salmon Arm  1,604.29
Similkameen    358.94
Skeena   093.78
Yale  (North)   '.  5,367.77
Yale  (South)     4,243.86
Total, Special Warrant No. 1—Unorganized Territory, Direct Relief     $34,048.53
SPECIAL AA'ARRANT No. 2.
AIunicipal (Unemployment Relief) AVorks.
Abbotsford   $106.40
Alberni  ;  127.40
Armstrong   585.94
Burnaby   6,336.52
City of Chilliwack   137.00
District of Chilliwhack   51.32
Cranbrook    1,932.11
Cumberland   181.00
Duncan   141.00
Fernie  4,405.63
Kamloops  3.871.93
Kaslo  430.15
Kelowna  1,271.17
Langley     1,281.73
Matsqui   258.52
Merritt    468.00
District of Mission   952.84
Village of Alission  486.66
Nanaimo     1,057.77
Nelson  350.53
New Denver   131.05
New Westminster  924.47
North Cowichan  621.62
City of North A'ancouver   3,047.03
Oak Bay  188.49
Peachland  180.70
Penticton   183.61
Pitt Meadows   109.31
Port Alberni   234.45
Port Moodv ...:  1,199.03
Revelstoke   895.81
City of Salmon Arm   1,380.95
District of Salmon Arm  '   840.75
Silverton  144.30
Carried forward     $34,575.79 Q 112
PUBLIC AVORKS REPORT, 1932-33.
SPECIAL WARRANT No. 2—Continued.
AIunicipal  (Unemployment Relief)  AVorks—Continued.
Brought forward   $34,575.79
Slocan     119.00
Spallumcheen     750.00
Sumas     311.22
Summerland    '.  550.89
Surrey     1,051.22
Terrace ...'...•.  200.00
Trail   772.72
Vancouver    13,523.79
Vernon  ,  218.71
West A'ancouver   954.48
Total, Special Warrant No. 2—Municipal AVorks     $53,027.82
SPECIAL WARRANT No. IS.
Direct Relief (Camps).
Alberni  $584.20
Atlin   36.50
Cariboo   (North)  1.95
Columbia    001.21
Comox  400.00
Cranbrook    4,788.65
Creston  1,320.14
Delta  96.33
Dewdney     6,063.38
Esquimalt  40.08
Fernie   243.90
Fort  George  50.00
Grand Forks  449.45
Kamloops     34.02
Lillooet (South)   125.80
Mackenzie     33.60
North Okanagan   15.25
Prince Rupert   123.75
Revelstoke    2,211.22
Rossland     708.12
Salmon Arm   4,397.13
Similkameen     4,450.37
Skeena     24.76
South Okanagan   2,103.22
Yale  (North)    2,112.40
Yale  (South)     3,578.00
$34,606.69
Less refund from Dominion Government   17,332.70
Total, Special Warrant No. 1,8—Direct Relief (Camps)     $17,333.99
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS).
"B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (6)   (Buildings).
Essondale Alental Hospital—
Acute Building /  $791.43
Veterans' Unit    10,175.07
New AA'estminster Mental Hospital—
Fencing  210.40
Remodelling  533.40
Tranquille  Sanatorium—Fire-truck    81.18
Girls' Industrial Home—Accommodation, Doukhobors   3,712.52
Saanich Alental Home—Septic tank   17.96
Victoria Normal School—Grounds   1,290.76
$16,818.72
Less refund, Invermere Lockup   986.21
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6  (6)   (Buildings)  $15,832.51 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 113
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES   (BUILDINGS)—Continued.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)   (Buildings).
Essondale Mental Home—Irrigation Lawn   $113.04
New AVestminster Mental Home—
Remodelling  70.31
Purchase of lots, D.L. 115   155.00
Boys' Industrial School—Occupational Building   191,48
Oakalla Prison Farm—
Fencing    14,G67.09
Septic tank  :  960.25
Pouce Coupe—Government Buildings, wiring  296.90
Prince George Gaol—Erecting cells   570.00
Tranquille  Sanatorium—Heating  5,674.70
A'ancouver Psychiatric Clinic  2,740.78
Victoria Normal School—Grounds   86.25
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1930," Sec. 6 (6)   (Buildings)     $25,525.80
Total, Capital Expenditures  (Buildings)         $41,358.31
$7,127,372.50
Refund, Dominion Government, "B.C. Loan Act. 1932," Sec. 0 (a)  $226,456.73
Refund, Dominion Government, " Unemployment Relief Act, 1932 "     965,245.01
Refund on account of relief expenditure charged to sundry Loan Acts        73,124.95
 1,264,826.69
$5,862,545.81
A'otes 167-170, 173-175, 171b, 171c. and Special Warrant No. 5       529,245.31
( For details see Public Accounts.) . 	
$6,391,791.12
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Chakles P. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1933.
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