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 EEPOET
OF   THE
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR  THE
FISCAL YEAR 1938-39
PRINTED  by
AUTHORITY  OF  THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1939. To His Honour Eric Wekge Hamber,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of the Department of Public Works for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1939, in compliance
with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
T. D. PATTULLO,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of the Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
October 2nd, 1939. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., September 13th, 1939.
Hon. F. M. MacPherson,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the following report on the work and activities of the
Department of Public Works during the fiscal year 1938-39:—
GENERAL OUTLINE OF WORK.
The majority of the highway programme for this year consisted of reconstruction and
realignment preparatory to surfacing for the following year of the main trunk highways,
and also the surfacing of reconstruction carried out in the previous year; this being in line
with the Department's policy that the primary object of roads is to afford a means of
transportation as economically as possible, compatible with safety and efficiency, and the
first principle to be observed is the laying-out and construction of trunk roads.
Local roads were also kept up and repaired, widened, and ditched as was necessary. All
work undertaken was satisfactorily completed. A great improvement in the maintenance of
surfaced roads was noticeable and all patching was done promptly and in a satisfactory
manner. The large number of foreign automobiles visiting the Province gives a good
indication of the value to the Province of a well-planned highway system, and each year sees
us a step nearer to the goal of having safe and economical trunk highways connecting the
Pacific Coast with the Alberta Boundary and the interior of the Province with the International Boundary.
DOMINION-PROVINCIAL WORKS AGREEMENTS.
The employment situation showed further improvement this year. However, it was
still considered advisable that certain work should be undertaken jointly by the Province and
the Dominion to alleviate the unemployment situation. An agreement was entered into on
July 16th, 1938, in connection with " tourist roads " whereby construction was started on the
Peace Arch Highway, the Dominion Government agreeing to contribute not more than
$150,000 and the Province agreeing to contribute two-thirds of the amount expended. One
of the conditions of this agreement was that the Province assume all responsibility for
acquiring rights-of-way which, in effect, meant that the Province assumed approximately
50 per cent, of the cost of the works.
An agreement was entered into on July 19th, 1938, in connection with improvements to
playing-grounds, Stanley Park, and the Spanish Banks improvements at Point Grey, the
Dominion agreeing to contribute not more than $15,000 and the Province to contribute an
equal amount.
The construction, improvement, and hard-surfacing of " Roads to National Parks " in
accordance with the agreement entered into with the Dominion Government, dated June 27th,
1936, was continued.
RELIEF OF SINGLE HOMELESS MEN.
A large number of single homeless men and transients migrate to the Pacific Coast each
winter to take advantage of the mild climate. Many of these men are in needy circumstances and it has become necessary to provide for their assistance. Accordingly, an
agreement, dated November 16th, 1938, was entered into by the Department of Labour
whereby the Dominion Government and the Province contributed on a fifty-fifty basis, providing these men with employment by means of forestry development and highway-construction Z 4
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
projects.    The highway-construction projects were under the direction of this Department
and consisted of the following works:—
Esquimalt Electoral District.
The reconstruction and widening of a portion of the West Coast Road; the reconstruction and surfacing of the Main Sooke Road; and relocation and reconstruction, including the
item of a trestle bridge, on the Sooke River Road, together with general improvements to
other side roads. A 60- by 80-foot three-story warehouse was constructed at Langford for
the storing of tools and camp equipment.
Saanich Electoral District.
This Department completed the road to the top of Mount Douglas and a parking-place
was provided at the summit of the mountain.
Alberni-Nanaimo Electoral District.
In co-operation with the City of Nanaimo, considerable work was performed in laying
the water-main in connection with the Nanaimo City' water-supply. The road into the
Nanaimo River dam was also reconstructed.
Under this scheme 1,510 men were given relief during the period November 1st to
March 31st, and a total of 92,794 man-days of work was performed. The men received $2.40
per day for an eight-hour day with a deduction of 75 cents for board. A further deduction
of 10 cents per hour was made until he had accumulated a sufficient credit for his maintenance when released from camp. Upon leaving camp he was given deferred-pay coupons
representing the total credit he had accumulated while in camp. These coupons were
redeemable at certain specified post-offices and banks throughout the Province at $4 weekly.
The total amount spent by the Public Works Department in connection with the above
projects was $264,065.63.
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION.
Satisfactory progress was made on the reconstruction and surfacing of the highway from
Kingsgate to Kootenay National Park. A 5-mile diversion of the Island Highway near
Cowichan Bay was completed. Considerable reconstruction and surfacing was carried out on
the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at various points and progress was made on the
construction of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway. Work was commenced on the
Peace Arch Highway which, when completed, will form a modern and efficient highway
connecting the United States at the Peace Arch with the Lower Fraser Valley, New Westminister, and Vancouver. An important grade separation project was commenced at Laid-
law in the Lower Fraser Valley and was in the process of construction at the end of the
fiscal year.
SURFACING.
New bituminous surfacing carried out during the year comprised 74 miles of mulch and
58 miles of spray-coat work. In addition to this, new work consisting of improvements to
and renewal of existing surfaces was carried out on 170 miles of road. Further details of
the surfacing programme are given in the Surfacing Engineer's report.
WORK PERFORMED—HIGHWAYS.
The following is a summary of highway construction, reconstruction, etc., performed
during the year:—
Class of Highway-work.
New construction (including diversions) 	
Major reconstruction and improvement over a distance of-
New gravel surfacing  ._.
Gravel surfacing renewed _ _   	
Trails constructed   - 	
Trunk and
Main
Highways.
Miles.
13
196
Other
Roads.
Miles.
22.
187
Miles.
237
383
165
298
119 Pa.k-ville~AIbe.ni Section, Vancouver
CANADIAN HIGHWAY.
Island.   Looking East towards Mount Arrowstnith.  REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. Z 5
Accompanying this report is a tabulation showing major highway projects in progress
or undertaken during the year, including mining-road projects, and the progress made. For
further details reference may be made to the district reports.
MAINTENANCE OF ROADS, BRIDGES, AND FERRIES.
Total expenditure from what is termed " District Vote " for the maintenance and minor
betterment of roads, bridges, and ferries, including maintenance of paved highways, amounted
to $1,408,705 (including bituminous surfacing). As in past years, work of maintenance
and minor betterment was also done by men in return for direct relief, where this could be
organized on an economical basis.
FLOODS.
The year was remarkably free of serious floods. During a heavy storm on January 1st
slight damage was done to the Island Highway north of Qualicum and to the Canadian
Highway near Cameron Lake.    Repairs, however, were quickly completed.
SNOW-REMOVAL.
Generally speaking, snowfall.was lighter than usual, except in the districts of Fernie,
Kaslo-Slocan, Omineca, Fort George, and Peace River. The snowfall in the Peace River
District was exceptionally heavy and in the Fort George District was the heaviest on record.
Throughout the Province 7,400 miles of roads were kept open by snow-ploughing, involving
a total of 107,671 snow-plough miles at an average cost of $23.04 per mile kept open. During
the previous year 8,245 miles of roads were ploughed at an average cost of $18.94 per mile
kept open.
ROAD MILEAGE.
Elsewhere in this report will be found the usual statement of mileage and type of
construction of Provincial highways. The total of 20,771 miles shows an increase of 356 miles
over the previous year. This increase is not necessarily all due to new construction. District
officials periodically revise their road registers and adjustments are necessary from time
to time. It will be noted that the Provincial highway system includes 514 miles of municipal
highways classified as arterial, primary, or secondary. The total mileage may be classified
as follows:— Miles.
Trunk and main highways      6,310
Local roads      5,251
Settlement, industrial, and mining roads      9,210
Total   20,771
In addition, there are 10,253 miles of trails on the registers, of which 5,772 miles are
classed as mining-trails.
MINING-ROADS.
Again, during the year 1938-39, an agreement was entered into with the Dominion
Government whereby, in collaboration with the Department of Mines and Resources, Ottawa,
assistance was given in providing transportation facilities into mining areas. Total expenditures were $341,768 under the Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement and $42,699 from
Vote 116, " Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails."
BRIDGES.
This subject is fully covered in the report of the Bridge Engineer and in the district
reports;   a tabulation is attached showing the major work carried out in bridge construction
and reconstruction.
PATTULLO BRIDGE.
This bridge has continued to prove its worth and the traffic passing across it during the
year amounted to 1,744,959 vehicles, producing a revenue of $261,504.
FERRIES.
A tabulation is attached showing the traffic carried by all the more important ferries.
The following comparison is of interest, showing trend in traffic:— Z 6
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Records of Traffic for Five Important Ferries.
Name of Ferry.
Total No. of Vehicles carried.
1932-33.
1934-35.
1936-37.
1938-39.
Castlegar (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)..	
Kelowna-Westbank (Okanagan Highway). 	
Ladner-Woodward (Vancouver to Delta)	
Agassiz-Rosedale (Fraser River, north to south side)
Nelson (over West Arm of Kootenay Lake)  	
Totals—. -.- - —
51,266
33,080
48,328
30,644
104,491
54,305
38,033
52,155
24,296
97,984
81,051
46,305
56,940
24,816
110,661
129,475
61,018
63,328
31,671
127,027
267,809
266,773
319,773
412,519
There is also attached a tabulation showing traffic over the Cariboo Road (Fraser Canyon
section).
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
The report of the Mechanical Superintendent is attached, which gives a list of the plant
and machinery owned and operated by this Department during the fiscal year.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS   (PART III., "HIGHWAY ACT").
Attached is a statement showing all municipal highways, classified as arterial, primary,
and secondary, respectively, under Part III. of the " Highway Act."
The totals as at March 31st, 1939, were as follows:— Mj,es
Classified as arterial  322.28
Classified as primary     59.75'
Classified as secondary :  132.04
Total
514.07
Such changes in classified highways as were made were duly reported in The British
Columbia Gazette, as required by the Statutes.
HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BRANCH.
The Highway Transport Branch was moved from the Hall Building to the Motor-vehicle
Building at the corner of Georgia and Bidwell Streets, Vancouver, making better and more
efficient quarters. The- report of the Administrator of the Highway Transport Branch is
attached and gives all particulars of the operation of this Branch for the year.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
The report of the Chief Architect attached hereto outlines the activities of the Architectural Branch of the Department.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Several revisions and additions were made to the standard specifications prepared by the
Department, more especially respecting concrete-arch culverts.
All accounting for unemployment relief continued to be done by the Accounting staff of
the Public Works Department.
Correspondence comprised 46,963 inward and outward letters.
In conclusion, it gives me great pleasure to place on record the loyalty and efficiency
of the various officials of this Department and to commend the high standard of their work.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. DIXON,
Chief Engineer. REPORT OF BRIDGE ENGINEER. Z 7
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
The year has been one of continued activity, our major projects being work in connection
with motor-vehicle testing by erecting the new motor-vehicle building in Vancouver, which is
somewhat unique in that we combine the testing of cars, drivers, and issuance of motor
licences both for drivers and vehicles, and at the same time housing the Provincial Police and
Highway Traffic Department, thus centralizing this complete service.
Extensions were made at the Parliament Buildings for testing of drivers and additional
accommodation for the Provincial Police. In New Westminster we rented a building and
remodelled it for the Motor-vehicle Branch.
The Branch designed and supervised the erection of the new hospital at Rossland, which
was opened last fall and about which much favourable comment has been made.
A similar building at Prince Rupert was designed; construction is well advanced and it
is hoped it will be ready for occupation at an early date.
Plans also have been prepared and tenders called for a similar hospital at Kelowna.
Plans were also prepared for addition to the Chemainus Hospital.
A new office building at Kamloops was designed and work completed during the year,
which now centralizes the various Departments that were renting offices in that city.
A court-house and office building is under construction and will be shortly ready for
occupation at Powell River.
We also designed the new Provincial Exhibit for the San Francisco Fair, which also was
fabricated in our own shop and sent down to the fair ready for erection.
A residence for the Supervisor at the Mental Hospital, Saanich, has been completed and
sundry other alterations in the Institution to allow for housing additional patients.
Schools.—Plans were prepared and work completed on a large junior high school at
Creston; other-plans were prepared for additions to schools at Princeton, Brechin, Sechelt,
Malcolm Island, Zeballos, and Gibsons Landing, besides providing our stock plans to various
School Boards.
We have also checked over various plans for hospitals and schools, prepared by outside
architects, when applying for Government grants. Also all residences built in the University
Heights Subdivision, and also assisted the Liquor Control Board in planning and supervision
of their works.
The sketch-plans prepared for the Vancouver General Hospital new Unit and Nurses'
Home were submitted to Dr. William Walsh of Chicago, the Hospital Consultant, and were
very favourably commented on by him. These have all been redrafted to comply with certain
modifications suggested by him and now resubmitted for further comment.
I wish to thank you, the various District Engineers, and our own staff for the assistance
and co-operation extended to me during the year.
H. Whittaker,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF BRIDGE ENGINEER.
With the exception of an extraordinary winter flood on Vancouver Island, north of
Qualicum, and the worst forest fire in the history of British Columbia in the same district
in midsummer, the conditions throughout the Province were all favourable for bridge construction and maintenance. Losses due to floods were relatively small and those due to fires
inconsiderable. This was very fortunate, as there was danger at times that several major
structures might be wiped out.
Labour and materials were at all times available. Dependable service, fair prices, and
prompt deliveries prevailed almost everywhere.
To a very large extent work was confined to repairs, extensive reinforcements of existing
structures, and minor renewals and replacements.
The following major bridges were renewed: Millstream, Esquimalt District; Allouette
River, Dewdney;   Kitsuksus, Alberni;   Sugar Lake, North Okanagan;   Birch Island, Kam- Z 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
loops; Chase, South Thompson, Salmon Arm; Cache Creek and Halfway River, Peace River;
Keithley Creek and Ahbau Creek, Cariboo; Big Sheep Creek, Rossland-Trail; John Brown
Creek and Alwyn Creek, Skeena; Newgate Slough, Fernie, and North Star, Cranbrook District.    A large number of minor structures, too numerous to mention, were renewed.
New reaction ferries were put in at McLure and Black Pool, and the ferry-slips at
Kelowna and Westbank were rebuilt.
A new wharf was built to serve the new town at Zeballos on Vancouver Island.
Our main concern during the year was to maintain bridges, ferries, and wharves in a
safe condition for the ever-increasing traffic. Quite a number of structures nearly or altogether failed under traffic, but fortunately no accidents occurred.
A fair programme of river-bank protection was carried out, particularly on the Fraser
and Goat Rivers. Since heavy equipment is now available for moving large quantities of
materials, a policy of channel straightening in preference to strengthening banks is being
gradually adopted in selected cases.
At the end of the year's work, it is appropriate that the faithful services of the staff
and all other employees be again recorded.
A. L. Carruthers,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.
During fiscal year 1938-39 the equipment and machinery in every district in the Province was inspected and detailed reports covering every unit owned and operated by the
Department were submitted.
As a result of the inspection it was found that, generally speaking, our road-making and
maintenance equipment is in remarkably good condition. Many truck replacements have
been made during the past two years but there is still a serious shortage of dependable
dump-trucks of 2 to 2% tons capacity in all districts.
Our snow-removal equipment was augmented by the purchase of truck snow-ploughs for
use with 2-ton trucks which made very serviceable and efficient snow-fighting units. Two
four-wheel drive trucks equipped with " V " type snow-ploughs were purchased and did
excellent work in Nelscn-Creston District and on the Cariboo Highway, Yale District, respectively. The Snogo rotary plough was transferred from Kamloops to Cariboo District and
was operated on the Quesnel-Barkerville Road, where an abnormal fall of wet heavy snow
was encountered. It was also operated in Fort George District and did very useful work
widening the ploughed lane by throwing the snow clear of the banks.
Much valuable garage equipment and tools have been purchased and installed in our
repair-shops, and the steady improvement in repair-shop practice and records previously
reported has been well maintained. New equipment purchased during the year under review
amounted to approximately $300,000.
EQUIPMENT-SHEDS AND REPAIR-SHOPS.
Repair-shops were constructed and equipped at Kelowna, Grand Forks and New Denver.
POWER-FERRIES.
The new ferry for the Castlegar run was put into commission in May, 1938. A new
barge was built and the power unit is a McCormick-Deering industrial tractor 1-30 model
with special transmission. Several new features were introduced in connection with the
power plant which resulted in the elimination of all heavy gears, large pulleys, and clutches.
This ferry has given splendid service.
Contracts were let for the construction of a steel hull and machinery to replace the
Kelowna-Westbank Ferry. Work was commenced in the fall of 1938 and was still in
progress at the close of the fiscal year. REPORT OF ADMINISTRATOR, HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BRANCH.
Z 9
All ferries operated subject to the provisions of the '
inspected and certified by the Dominion Steamship Inspector,
were inspected and reported on:—
Kelowna-Westbank. Agassiz-Rosedale.
Francois Lake. Castlegar.
12-Mile. Shuswap Lake.
24-Mile. Nelson.
Sorrento-Scotch Creek. Ladner-Woodward.
Canada   Shipping  Act"  were
The undernoted power-ferries
Harrop-Longbeach.
Taylor Flats.
Kootenay Lake.
Needles-Fauquier.
Creston.
LAUNCH.
Arrangements were made for the construction of a new launch to replace launch
" L & H " which has outlived its usefulness to the Department. Work was commenced in
the fall of 1938 and was still in progress at the close of the fiscal year.
J. W. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent.
REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER.
During the year work done included the mileages of new surfacing and resurfacing
shown in the table below.
BITUMINOUS SURFACING, 1938-39.
Name of Highway.
Mileage and Class of Work carried out.
New Surface.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
Improvement or Renewal
of Existing Surface.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
Total.
Trans-Canada Highway.—	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway..
Kootenay-Columbia Highway 	
Okanagan Highway —	
Island Highway    —
Canadian Highway  —	
Lougheed Highway  	
Other roads  	
Totals..... — --	
Miles.
15.44
36.26
Miles.
4.87
0.25
11.61
2.83
2.26
0.64
5.09
6.61
5.60
74.13
49.04
Mile
0.25
0.08
8.58
Miles.
5.32
3.03
4.38
4.70
Miles.
0.58
6.46
2.91
7.59
0.65
16.87
Miles.
11.82
34.60
13.72
3.12
3.67
17.42
19.95
Miles.
38.03
80.60
13.72
28.88
24.47
2.26
18.71
95.14
104.30
301.81
The toial of bitumens used for all purposes was 2,125,987 gallons.
W. P. Beavan,
Surfacing Engineer.
REPORT OF ADMINISTRATOR, HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BRANCH.
I have the honour to submit herewith annual report covering the activities of the Highway Transport Branch of the Public Works Department for the fiscal year 1938-39 regarding
the administration of Part V. of the " Highway Act "—namely, the licensing of and control of
motor carriers.
Elsewhere is a statement showing the number of carriers' licence-plates issued under the
various classifications during the licence-year ended February 28th, 1939, which shows an
increase of 7 per cent, over the previous licence-year. Z 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Some progress was made with regard to establishment of uniform rates in various districts, particularly in the Okanagan and Similkameen Districts. With a few exceptions, these
rates have apparently been satisfactory. A great deal of work yet remains to be done with
a view to establishing uniform rates for transportation throughout the entire Province, which
is a matter that is now receiving careful consideration.
As reported by the Administrator last year, the system of regular hearings of applications before the Advisory Board has been continued, such hearings being held on Tuesday of
each week.
During the year a change was made with respect to the status of inspectors and these
(including two additional men) were appointed constables under the Provincial Police Force,
attached for duty with District Engineers of the Department of Public Works at Victoria,
Vancouver, New Westminster, Kamloops, and Assistant District Engineer at Nelson respectively.
At the end of November, 1938, this branch moved from its temporary quarters in the
Hall Building to its permanent quarters in the new Motor-vehicle Building at Georgia and
Bidwell Streets.
It is with deepest regret that I record the untimely death of Mr. H. L. Swan on August
25th, 1938, less than seven months after his appointment as full-time Administrator of this
Branch. Mr. Swan had already put into effect many changes and improvements in the
administration of this office, the results of which have since borne fruit.
The appointment of the undersigned as Administrator became effective on October 1st,
1938.
R. M. Taylor,
Administrator.
REPORT OF THE LOCATING ENGINEER.
The Location Branch of the Public Works Department has been functioning since April,
1938, with headquarters at Kamloops. Office accommodation was provided in the district
office at first and is now located in the new Provincial Government Building opened this year.
All survey instruments have been taken over and their location checked and their reference cards brought up to date. Where instruments were found in need of repair and adjustment this has been arranged, and the Department has now on hand sixty-three transits and
fifty-four levels, together with the necessary small equipment, all in good condition.
A new survey manual has been compiled covering all branches of location surveys in the
field and office, with design standards for the different classes of roads.
Some 80 miles of surveys were completed and estimates prepared, in addition to which
reconnaissances were made by me and reports submitted totalling 97 miles.
The largest continuous survey made was from Nakusp to Arrowhead, a distance of 35.7
miles, through virgin country. The location follows closely along the Arrow Lake. A preliminary line was run and a paper location made together with a cost estimate.
All other surveys were relocation projects on the Trans-Canada and other major roads.
The cost per mile based on running preliminary, final location, referencing, and the preparation of plans and estimates works out at $162 per mile.
A start has been made to assemble suitable camp and other survey equipment and have
it stored at Kamloops for outfitting survey parties as required.
H. L. Hayne,
Locating Engineer. DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 11
DISTRICT REPORTS.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1  (VANCOUVER ISLAND AND THE ISLANDS).
District Engineer, R. M. Taylor, Victoria.
Alberni-Nanaimo Electoral District.
General.—General maintenance was satisfactorily carried out in all areas by local crews
in an efficient manner, and appreciation was expressed by the travelling public.
Weather in general, good—dry summer and mild winter. Severe storm on January 1st,
1939, caused inconvenience, but only moderate damage to highways and bridges. Snowfall
was light.
Employment: Owing principally to the lower coal output at the local mines there was an
increase in the number of relief workers in the Nanaimo area.
Operations.—Alberni Mountain, two short sections of uncompleted reconstruction was
carried out by day-labour. This completed the major relocation and grade revision on this
mountain section, reducing grades to a maximum 8 per cent, as compared with the 15 to 20
per cent, which existed in 1926 when the work was planned.
Other highway improvement includes portion of South Wellington Road at South Wellington Island Highway north of Wellington, Canadian Highway at Cameron River, Tofino-
Long Beach Road;   and at Zeballos, the rapidly developing west coast mining centre.
The Beaver Creek Road at Alberni was improved for 6 miles of its 12 miles.
Mining roads and trails were constructed at Zeballos, Kennedy Lake and River, Bedwell
River, and China Creek.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Work for the year included sections of South Wellington Road,
Island Highway near Nanoose, where an overhead crossing of the E. & N. Railway has
recently been made, and on the Alberni Mountain.
In connection with the City of Port Alberni, paving of a section of Third Avenue was
carried out.
Bridges.—Two new suspension foot-bridges were constructed at Zeballos and Bedwell.
A creosoted pile-trestle bridge was built at Alberni over Kitsuksus Creek.
Several small bridges were replaced by permanent type culverts and fills.
Weather Conditions.—A New Year storm condition resulted in a 24-hour interruption in
traffic using the Canadian Highway to Alberni, when the Cameron River inundated the road.
Minor washouts occurred on the Alberni Mountain Road, caused by the heavy rainfall.
Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District.
General.—General maintenance was satisfactorily carried out in all areas by local crews
in an efficient manner, and appreciation was expressed by the travelling public.
Weather in general, good—dry summer and mild winter. Severe storm on January 1st,
1939, caused inconvenience, but only moderate damage to highways and bridges. Snowfall
was light.
Employment: The number on relief allocated to the Department for work increased
materially during the winter season.
Operations.—The contractors completed construction of the Island Highway Diversion
south of Koksilah, a length of 5.6 miles, 1.2 of which was in Esquimalt Electoral District.
Purchase of land required for right-of-way to improve a dangerous corner 3 miles north
of Chemainus was negotiated.
Reconstruction by day-labour was carried out 1 mile north of Ladysmith for % mile,
and another section 1 mile farther north was commenced.
Preliminary surveys covering the area Duncan to Chemainus for highway improvement
of a permanent nature are proceeding.
At Cowichan Lake main and secondary roads were improved.
Near Fairbridge Farm School, Cowichan, necessary road improvement and drainage was
done, in line with the substantial development at this place.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The Island Highway near Oyster Bay, part of Cowichan Lake
Road, and the overhead railway crossing diversion known as Dodds Bridge near Duncan were
included in the programme of bituminous surfacing. Z 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Bridges.—No major structures were built; repairs to and renewal of several smaller
bridges were carried out in the usual efficient manner.
Weather  Conditions.—Heavy  rainfall  about  New  Year  caused  flood  conditions  along
Chemainus and Cowichan Rivers, which overflowed and interrupted highway traffic for a few
hours.    The new diversion south of Koksilah enabled travel to continue despite height of
water.
Comox Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—On the Island Highway, at Campbell River
% mile was improved and prepared for surfacing.
Bridges.—No. 260 McLaughlin Bridge was built 100 feet from bent trestle. Bridge
No. 188 Sidney was repaired and widened. General repairs carried out throughout the
district.
Surfacing.—Two and one-quarter miles new mulch, ending at Campbell River Bridge,
were laid giving a surfaced highway from Victoria to this point Mile 177.
The Anderton Road surfacing was extended 1.7 miles.
Additional surfacing work included: 2.75 miles mulch, Island Highway; 9.89 miles
double spray, Island Highway;   5.52 miles single spray, Island Highway.
Ferries.—Denman Island Ferry operated throughout the year under contract with
Messrs. Baikie Bros., Denman Island.
Snow-removal.—In December and January, 412 miles of road were kept open, totalling
1,353 snow miles.
Miscellaneous.—During the summer very bad forest fires covered the Campbell River-
Courtenay section of the district, which caused considerable anxiety and damage. Three
bridges were burned out.
December 31st and January 1st and 2nd, a very heavy rain—over 9 inches in four days—
caused considerable damage to roads and bridges.    Four bridges were taken out.
Esquimalt Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—Work was commenced on the reconstruction
and improvement of 0.61 mile on the Island Highway—Mile 19.83 to Mile 20.44. Work commenced latter end of March.
One and four-tenths miles of new construction completed between Mile 10.85 and Mile
12.25, Sooke Road; standard road on improved alignment—four curves eliminating twenty-
two on old alignment. Twelve miles of the West Coast Road between Sooke and Rosemond
Creek (8 miles west of Jordan River) were widened, slopes trimmed, reditched, etc.
Two miles along Sooke River and Whiffen Spit roads reconstructed and widened to
standard width;   0.87 mile mining-road reconstructed along Leech River Trail.
Bridges.—Sandstone and Millstream (Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross Road) reconstructed to
standard width. Other bridges repaired and redecked. Armour Bridge, No. 4, Sooke River
Road, replaced with culvert and fill.
Maintenance of Highways.—Usual maintenance carried out on all roads, relief labour
being used.
Surfacing.—On the Island Highway, 0.61 mile—Mile 18.4 to Mile 20.0—surfaced with
M.I.P. mulch and seal-coated; 9.38 miles of the Sooke and West Coast Roads were double
flush-coated;   patching maintenance carried on throughout the year.
Ferries.—The Mill Bay-Brentwood Ferry ceased operating on October 23rd, 1938, and
recommenced operations as a subsidized ferry under a five-year charter on February 6th, 1939.
Snow-removal.—Very light; no snow-removal funds necessary. Some slight frost
damage occurred.
Surveys.—Major surveys consisted of 12 miles traversed and 3 miles location on the
Sooke Road; 0.7 mile location on the Island Highway between Helmcken Road and Parsons
Bridge; 9 miles traverse on the Island Highway—Miles 23-32—and 4% miles relocation of
the Island Highway on new alignment between Hall and Hawkins Road and the south end
of the Koksilah Diversion.
Trails.—Leech River: 0.87 mile of mining-trail built. Maintenance carried out on
various minor trails.
Unemployment Relief.—The direct-relief situation for the fiscal year 1938-39 was practically the same as in 1937-38, 1,029 individuals being afforded 6,084.5 man-days work during * I
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1938-39 as against 1,026 individuals and 5,811 man-days work in 1937-38. The unemployed
relief camps were opened in November and closed at end of April. Men were handled on the
deferred-pay system; in all 1,407 men were afforded relief at the Mount Douglas and Otter
Point Camp systems combined.
The work was well and efficiently done and has resulted in improvements to the highways
in the vicinity which might otherwise have remained in abeyance for some time.
Islands Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—North Saanich: No new construction; 3.2
miles of improvements, consisting of widening, clearing shoulders, ditching, etc., carried out
between Experimental Farm and Swartz Bay Road.
Islands (Saltspring, etc.) : 4% miles widening with R.D. No. 6 tractor and bulldozer
carried out on Stewart and Walker's Hook Roads. Widening and general improvements
carried out on 2% miles other roads.
Bridges.—No new construction;   minor repairs only carried out, redecking, etc.
Maintenance of Highways.—Usual maintenance carried out, chiefly with relief labour;
shoulders widened, old ditches filled and redug farther from the roadways, brush cleared, etc.
Surfacing.—1.10 miles of double flush-coat laid down on Vesuvius and North End Roads,
Saltspring Island; 5.8 miles of resurfacing, including 2% miles of plant-mixed mulch, laid
down on various roads in North Saanich and Saltspring.
Trails.—No new trails constructed. Maintenance and clearing carried out on Saturna
and Mayne Islands, in all about 5 miles in length.
Unemployment Relief.—A slight change for the better was noticed during the year. In
1937-38, 792 individuals were afforded 4,863 man-days work as against 737 individuals being
afforded 4,604 man-days in 1938-39.
Saanich Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—No new construction; major improvements
consisted chiefly of widening existing roads, clearing and grading shoulders, etc. Local roads
were gravelled and graded where necessary.
Maintenance of Highways.—Usual patching, etc., carried on; ditches cleaned out,
shoulders cleared, culverts renewed, etc.
Surfacing.—One mile of the Island Highway between Tillicum Road and Parsons Bridge
was widened with heavy liquid asphalt, plant-mixed mulch; 4% miles of the East and West
Saanich Roads were widened and excess crown removed, using plant-ihixed mulch—S.C. 5.
Ferries.—The Brentwood-Mill Bay Ferry ceased operating on October 23rd, 1938, and
recommenced service on a five-year charter with an annual subsidy on February 6th, 1939.
Surveys.—No major surveys undertaken; % mile of relocation on the East Saanich
Road, eliminating dangerous curves north and south of South Saanich north boundary-line.
Unemployment Relief.—All direct relief handled by Saanich Municipality. A relief camp
was opened at Mount Douglas on the deferred-pay plan and 5,000 lineal feet of standard
width road was built from the end of Shelbourne Street to the summit of Mount Douglas.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT  No.  2   (BURNABY,  DEWDNEY,  NORTH  VANCOUVER,
VANCOUVER-POINT  GREY,  AND  MACKENZIE  ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, E. H. Verner, Vancouver.
Burnaby Electoral District.
Construction.—One-half mile of reconstruction-work was carried out on the Coquitlam
Road 10r at Essondale, under contract. One heavy through cut and a side cut were taken
out and material deposited in adjacent fills. The entire work was ballasted with 12 inches
of river gravel and the whole was then surfaced with crushed gravel to a depth of 9 inches.
Bridges.—The steel bridge over the Coquitlam River was given a final coat of paint.
This work was carried over from the previous year due to wet weather.
Bituminous Surfacing.—This work consisted of 0.35 mile of asphaltic-mulch surface, 0.65
mile of double spray-coat, and 5.8 miles of seal-coat. Z 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was light during the winter and no difficulty was experienced in keeping all roads open.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance on roads and bridges was carried out.
Dewdney Electoral District.
No construction or reconstruction was undertaken during the year.
Bridges.—One Howe-truss bridge 150 feet long was constructed on the Lillooet Road,
Maple Ridge Municipality. Laminated chords of creosoted timber were used; this is the
first bridge of this type erected in the district. General repairs were carried out on all
bridges throughout the district.
Bituminous Surfacing.—This work consisted of 2.28 miles of asphaltic-mulch surfacing,
0.25 mile of double spray-coat, and 14.36 miles of single spray seal-coat.
Snow-removal.—From Deroche west the main highway was kept open without any
trouble, but from Deroche east, especially on Agassiz Flats, difficulty was encountered.
However, by keeping the tractor-ploughs working day and night during the storm, traffic was
able to move each day at intervals, except on one occasion when the highway was blocked
for twenty-four hours.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance on roads was carried out throughout the district.
Surveys.—A survey party was put in the field on the line of the proposed Haig-Agassiz
Road.    Preliminary lines were completed and the location laid down from Agassiz to Ruby
Mackenzie Electoral District (North).
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance on roads and bridges was carried out.
Construction and Improvements.—Thorsen Road No. 10 was cleared and graded, 16 feet
wide, 0.19 mile. Improvements in Bella Coola consisted of extensive gravelling and grading,
widening and removing stumps from roadside, six new culverts and considerable new ditching.
At Texada Island a small bridge on Gillies Bay Road No. 177 was replaced by culvert and
fill between 2 and 3 Mile-posts and a curve taken out of the approach. Considerable heavy
gravelling and ditching was also done on said road. All other roads on the island were
gravelled and ditched.
At Lasqueti Island narrow curves were widened and gravelled on Lake Road No. 101 and
curve straightened south of Millicheap Bridge; Main Road No. 102 was gravelled and graded
and stumps on roadside removed;   No. 118 Good Road was widened and stumps removed.
Bella Bella Trail No. 66 was slashed and graded for 1,000 feet; plank walk 3 feet wide
laid the entire length of 3,800 feet.
At Powell River and vicinity, hard-surfaced roads were extensively patched. Widening
and gravelling, % mile in length, was carried out on Cranberry Lake Road No. 134; widening
and gravelling, 2% miles in length, was carried out on Thunder Bay Road No. 137, 5 miles
south of Powell River; widening and gravelling bad curve 1 mile east of Lund on Lund Road
No. 111.
General.—Several culverts were renewed and lengthened and considerable ditching done;
also gravelling on major roads.
Mackenzie Electoral District (South).
Highway Construction and Improvements.—During the year 2 miles of settlement roads
were constructed with relief labour and 4.63 miles of the main highway between Gibsons
Landing and Pender Harbour reconstructed by day-labour; dangerous curves eliminated,
narrow sections widened, brought up to standard and gravelled. Some very heavy solid
rock excavation was necessary in this construction-work.
Mining-roads.—A mining-road 1.5 miles was constructed at Pender Harbour, under
Project No. 27.
Maintenance.—Relief labour was used to good advantage in widening and ditching
various roads throughout the district and in laying down 3.2 miles of gravel renewal.
Surfacing.—A double flush-coat was given % mile of Beach Avenue in the business
section of Gibsons Landing.
Bridges—Minor repairs were made to a number of bridges and two converted to culverts
and fills. Reconstruction-work comprised two pile-trestle structures on new alignment and
better gi'ade;   also one single span. Miscellayieous.—All roads and trails in the district received attention during the year
and were kept in good condition for travel. A spray-coat of tarphalt was given as a dust-
layer on a total of 3 miles of road in the various business sections throughout the district.
North Vancouver Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—The only new construction in this district
was at Bowen Island, where 0.53 mile of local road was constructed.
Surfacing.—The Bowen Island Trunk Road was given a double flush-coat for a distance
of 0.32 mile in the business section; the Dollarton Highway was flush-coated for a distance
of 4.75 miles; and a short section at the approach to the wharf at Deep Cove cleared of
rocks and boulders and double flush-coated.
Bridges.—Minor repairs were carried out on six bridges throughout the district.
General.—All roads and trails in the district were kept in good repair; a considerable
amount of new ditching and skin-patching was carried out on 67a Marine Drive. Very
extensive repairs had to be carried out to the surface of the Dollarton Highway, owing to
certain sections failing when the frost was leaving the ground.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—The protection-work at Spanish Banks was
extended along Marine Drive sea-front from No. 2 Ravine to No. 3 Ravine, a distance of
3,350 feet; a series of dry masonry groynes were erected on the beach and culverts extended.
The slope of the beach was built up with 104,574 cubic yards of sand, which, while giving
ideal protection to the highway, also creates a good beach.
The mulch surface between No. 1 and No. 3 Ravines—1 mile—was given a seal-coat.
General.—Due to the ever-increasing traffic on Marine Drive, extensive repairs had to
be made to the extremely light pavement, and several old log culverts had to be replaced with
reinforced concrete-pipe culverts.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3  (DELTA, CHILLIWACK, NEW WESTMINSTER,
AND PARTS OF DEWDNEY AND YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, H. C. Anderson, New Westminster.
New Westminster Electoral District.
The usual maintenance-work was carried out in this district, most of which was confined
to District Lot 172. Home-building operations in this area necessitated improved road conditions and facilities, which were provided as far as our limited appropriations would permit.
The streets were renamed and the houses renumbered to conform with the City of New Westminster, which permitted of postal deliveries and the solving of previous difficulties arising
from street names, etc.
The landscaping of the north approach to the Pattullo Bridge was started, the first step
being the improvement of the triangle between Columbia Street and McBride Boulevard
approaches. This area was designated by the War Veterans' Association for the new location of the War Memorial Cenotaph.
In conjunction with the Federal Government assistance was given to the City of New
Westminster for the establishment of an open-air paved lacrosse-box at Moody Park.
Delta Electoral District.
Construction.—Continuing the programme to provide improved approaches to the Pattullo Bridge from the south, widening and grading operations commenced the previous year
on the Trans-Canada Highway 2r between Roebuck Road and Whalley's Corner to provide a
four-lane pavement were satisfactorily completed. At this point the old concrete pavement
was widened by the construction of a concrete curb 12 inches in width on each side of the
pavement and a 2-inch asphaltic-concrete surface was laid over the old concrete pavement
between the curbs, thus providing a 20-foot pavement. Allowing for a 6-foot centre boulevard, an entirely new mulch pavement 20 feet in width with gravel shoulder was constructed
on the easterly side of the widened road-bed. Surveys were carried out and plans made for
the further widening and improving of this trunk highway between Whalley's Corner and
White House Corner and the necessary additional property acquired. Z 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
At the intersection of the Trans-Canada Highway and the new Peace Arch Highway
improvements were made to alignment and grade at this point to eliminate the traffic-hazard
and also to provide for the approach to the new Peace Arch Highway on an improved grade.
In conjunction with the Federal Government under the Dominion-Provincial Agreement,
contracts were awarded in July for the construction of the Peace Arch Highway from the
Trans-Canada Highway to the Nicomekl River, a distance of 8 miles. This work was let in
two sections, the first from the intersection of the Trans-Canada Highway to the McLellan
Road, a distance of 4% miles. This work covered the reconstruction of the existing local
road as far as the Bose Road, and from this point to the McLellan Road the work consisted
of entirely new construction. Section 2 from the McLellan Road to the Nicomekl River comprised the construction of 1.63 miles of new road-bed and the reconstruction of 1.18 miles of
the existing Elgin Road. This new highway, which is to be an alternative route to the
existing Pacific Highway, is being constructed to the latest standards, having a road-bed
width of 40 feet, 4 to 1 slopes from the shoulder of the road to the drainage-ditches, all
culverts under the road-bed being of reinforced concrete-pipe set in concrete cradles with
standard wing-walls, with the exception of the culverts placed in soft clay and peat sections
where creosoted wood-stave pipes were used.
Only the subgrade was completed this year, the gravel surfacing and balance of the work
to be carried out during next fiscal year.
In the construction of the above approximately 360,000 yards of classified materials were
moved, which required 210,000 cubic-yard miles of overhaul and 5,500 lineal feet of culverts
were installed.
The new road when completed will afford a shorter and more direct route from the U.S.
Boundary to New Westminster, cutting the distance by 2% miles.
Also under the Dominion-Provincial Agreement and in conjunction with the Municipality
of Richmond, an open-air surfaced lacrosse-box was constructed at Richmond. This box also
provides for four tennis-courts, and this is proving a great attraction to the young people of
the district.
Assistance under the same agreement was also given toward a community park in the
Bear Creek District of Surrey Municipality.
Surfacing.—Only a few small sections of surfacing were carried out during the year,
most of which consisted of recapping of older sections of pavement.
In conjunction with the Municipality of Delta, surfacing of the Point Roberts Road,
Secondary Highway 99b, was carried out, thereby completing the hard-surfacing of this
highway to the International Boundary-
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was lighter than usual and of shorter duration, consequently snow-ploughing costs were lower than in ordinary years. All maintenance trucks
are now equipped with blade-ploughs, enabling the Department to keep the main highways
clear of snow at all times. The average cost per mile for ploughing during the fiscal year
was $7 per mile.
Bridges.—No new construction was undertaken during the year. The Chillikthan Slough
Bridge on the Ladner Trunk Road was reconstructed and all bridges throughout the district
received minor attentions during the year.
Ferries.—The Ladner-Woodward Ferry operated under charter and was operated continuously throughout the year, with the exception of two days while a new King truss was
being constructed at Woodward Landing and two or three days during the month of
January while the ferry was undergoing inspection and overhaul. Barnston Island Ferry
was operated throughout the year without any layoff.
Cloverdale Garage.—Additional property was purchased enlarging the present grounds
to provide additional storage space and to make provision eventually for modern equipment-
sheds. The new area was cleared, drained, and gravelled and the whole grounds fenced with
heavy wire mesh 8-feet high, erected on concrete foundations. This shop continues to give
excellent and economical service to the various districts which it serves.
Chilliwack Electoral District.
The usual maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district, the majority of the
work being confined to the main trunk highways. Owing to the mild winter no undue damage
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Construction.—In conjunction with the Federal Government through the Board of Transport, a contract was let for the construction of a diversion of the Trans-Canada Highway 2*4
miles in length, immediately east of Laidlaw, which, when completed, will eliminate two level
crossings of the C.N.R. At the end of the fiscal year approximately one-half of this work
was completed.
Surfacing.—An additional 3.63 miles of mulch surfacing was carried out on the Hope—
Rosedale section of the Trans-Canada Highway, completing the surfacing of this road as far
as it has been reconstructed to date, a surfaced highway now being available up to Jones
Creek Bridge, Mile 86.3 from Vancouver. The section of the Abbotsford-Mission Road constructed last year was surfaced with a mulch pavement 20 feet in width from Abbotsford to
Clayburn, a distance of 2.2 miles.    The above work was all carried out by contract.
With day-labour forces surfacing of " C " Street in Huntingdon Townsite and a J^-mile
section of the Abbotsford-Huntingdon Road 7r to Vye Road, a total distance of 1 mile, was
carried out.
Snow-removal.—This problem was not as serious as in previous years owing to lighter
snowfall and of shorter duration. The snow-removal problem was further lightened by the
increased use of snow-fencing. Two and one-half miles of snow-fences were erected in this
district during the year. The use of snow-fencing has reduced the cost of snow-removal at
least 50 per cent.
Bridges.—No new bridges were constructed in this district during the year. Necessary
repairs were, however, carried out where required. Plans were completed and materials and
equipment assembled preparatory to the construction of the Jones Creek Bridge, which is to
be a continuous-beam type of structure on concrete foundations. Two small bridges were
replaced with culverts and fills.
Ferries.—The Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry continues to be operated satisfactorily under
charter. During the year it was found necessary to comply with Federal regulations to take
this ferry off the run for a period of one week for repairs and hull inspection. An auxiliary
service for passengers was provided during this period. During the latter part of December,
owing to access roads being blocked by heavy snow-drifts there was no ferry service for three
days. Ice conditions in the river again interrupted the service during the latter part of
February.
River-bank Protection.—In conjunction with the Federal and municipal authorities, the
Department shared the cost of extending the river-bank protection on the Fraser River at
Rosedale. This work consisted of rock-mattress work held in place by Page wire fencing.
This work practically completed the programme of protection-work which was laid down four
to five years ago and it is felt now that the erosion of the bank at this point will be held in
check.
The Department also shared with the Dominion Government in river-bank protection on
the Fraser River in Matsqui Municipality. .
Further work was carried out on the channel of the Vedder River, consisting of removing
driftwood debris from the channel and using same for bank-protection purposes where
required.
Dewdney (East) Electoral District.
No new construction-work was undertaken in this district. A small section of the existing road, J/_ mile in length, was reconstructed in the vicinity of Mile 91. Owing to the small
amount of maintenance funds available, the work was confined principally to the Trans-
Canada Highway.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was again part of our usual winter's work, which was
carried out at an average cost of $17.70 per mile, this being considerably lower than in
previous years for the same amount of snowfall, due to the use of drift-fences.
Bridges.—Only repair-work was carried out in this district. Surveys were made and
lay-out plans prepared for the replacement of the American Creek Bridge, which will soon
be imperative at this point. An unnamed bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway at Mile
91.15 was replaced with reinforced concrete culvert-pipe and headwalls. Z 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4 (YALE, KAMLOOPS, SALMON ARM, REVELSTOKE,
NORTH AND SOUTH OKANAGAN, SIMILKAMEEN, AND GRAND FORKS-
GREENWOOD ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, W. Ramsay, Kamloops.
Kamloops Electoral District.
Roads.—Maintenance-work was undertaken on all roads where traffic warranted expenditure, and regular grading was necessary on the heavier travelled roads to keep the gravel
and dirt surfaces in reasonable shape during prolonged dry weather through the summer
months.
Snow-removal work was about average, with less drifting south and west of Kamloops,
but heavier snowfall than usual in the North Thompson area. Snow-fences constructed of
local material and measuring in all approximately 1.5 miles were erected at points known to
have caused trouble in other years, and in most places were very effective in holding the
drifting snow from reaching the travelled road.
Reconstruction-work was carried out on the Trans-Canada at the top of 6-Mile Hill; also
east of Cornwall Lodge, covering a total of approximately 2.1 miles.
Bitumfnous-mulch paving was laid on the Trans-Canada for a distance of 3.18 miles and
on the North Thompson Highway for 2.91 miles.
Bridges.—A new bridge consisting of two 140-foot spans on pile piers with pile-trestle
approach was constructed over the North Thompson River at Birch Island, replacing an old
reaction ferry.
Other bridges were maintained and reinforced where necessary to carry ever-increasing
truck-loads, while several small structures were renewed and three replaced by culvert
and fill.
The deck on the Kamloops East Bridge, with a total length of 1,204 lineal feet, was
successfully treated with heavy tarvia retread.
Ferries.—On the North Thompson River, at Black Pool and Mount Olie, the old reaction
ferries were replaced with new 5-ton standard set-up, including cables and towers, and at
McLure a start was made on improving approaches on both sides of the river.
Equipment.—All repairs to equipment were handled very satisfactorily at the Department's garage in Kamloops, and all work for the various departments was well taken care of.
Yale Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Cariboo Highway: Slightly over 1 mile was widened to 30 feet width west
of Anderson Creek and a new toll-house was erected at Yale with proper scales. After a hard
winter, considerable patching had to be carried out on the flush-coat laid the previous year.
The majority of bridge-maintenance funds was expended on this highway and bridges on this
road are no longer a source of worry.
Merritt and Vicinity: All roads kept in good condition all season and considerable improvement carried out with expectation of surfacing, including % mile of reconstruction in
the Kamloops Road at entrance to Merritt.
Construction.—Hope-Princeton Highway: This was advanced along the Skagit Bluff
but did not reach the end of the Bluff.
Spences Bridge-Merritt Road: One-half mile of reconstruction was built to width of 30
feet at Mile 18.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The remaining portion of the Cariboo Highway was surfaced,
including the by-pass at Lytton and Lytton streets as well as 5 miles of single flush-coat
resurfacing near Choate. Approximately 7 miles of double flush-coat was laid in the near
vicinity of Merritt.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall in Yale District was practically nil and roads were open
all winter.
Revelstoke Electoral District.
Maintenance.—The regular maintenance was carried out on trunk, main, and local roads.
Fourteen new culverts were constructed and nine were replaced. Considerable gravelling
was done on sections of Revelstoke Arrowhead Highway and a small revision which involves
the moving of some 7,377 yards of earth was made at 6-Mile south, which will eliminate a DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 19
steep grade. This work was done by relief labour. No. 84 Wagner Road was extended for
1 mile.    All main roads were ploughed and kept open to traffic.
Construction.—Reconstruction to standard grade of 0.53 mile was carried out on the
Trans-Canada Highway west of Revelstoke.    This work was done by day-labour.
Bituminous Surfacing.—During the year, 0.40 mile of new double spray was laid on the
Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road and 1.80 on the Revelstoke West Road; 1.42 miles were resurfaced.
Big Bend Highway, No. 13: Construction operations commenced on May 25th and closed
down November 10th. Operations carried out were as follows: Grading (new construction),
10.89 miles;   surfacing, 10.83 miles;   clearing and brushing, 8.65 miles;   tote-road, 10.74 miles.
Nichol Bridge at Mile 66: Completed a 65-foot creosoted deck-span on concrete abutments with four trestle-bents at each end 'of span.
Big Mouth Creek Bridge at Mile 73: Concrete abutments put in place. This work was
done by the Federal Government.
Bridges and Ferries.—Bridges were maintained as usual and two were reconstructed.
Several sections of pile-and-mattress cribbing were constructed along the Illecillewaet River
in order to safeguard the Upper Illecillewaet Bridge No. 100 and Greely Bridge No. 97.
New shear-booms were completed at 12-Mile and Halls Landing Ferries.
Salmon Arm Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Special attention was given to gravelling and ditching, these operations
being greatly assisted by work done in lieu of payment of taxes. During the winter a start
was made to improve the alignment and widen a narrow rock section on Kault Hill about
7 miles west of Salmon Arm on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Construction.—About % mile of new road was built from the village of Chase to the new
bridge over the Thompson River.
Bridges.—A bridge consisting of three 120-foot Howe trusses and twenty-five bays of
standard pile-trestle was built across the South Thompson River at Chase. Total length of
this bridge is 844 feet. Two smaller bridges were reconstructed on improved alignment and
to standard specifications, while one small bridge was replaced by a fill and culvert. Minor
repairs were made to other bridges throughout the district.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Three and eight-tenths miles of 2-inch mulch and 0.9 mile of
double spray-coat on Trans-Canada Highway between Kamloops and Salmon Arm.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was somewhat heavier than in recent years, being over
6 feet at Salmon Arm and about 13 feet at Malakwa. All main roads and mail routes west of
Sicamous were kept open without delay to traffic.
About 417 miles of road were kept open, to accomplish which our equipment travelled
some 8,577 miles. The erection of about V_ mile of snow-fencing, 1,000 feet of which was of
lath interwoven with wire type, helped considerably in reducing drifting conditions at four
different points.
Ferries.—Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry operated without interruption all year. Duck's
Ferry at Monte Creek was tied up for about six weeks on account of ice conditions. The S.S.
" Whitesmith " was put into operation on February 17th for ice-breaking between Sicamous
and Seymour Arm on Shuswap Lake.
Grade Separation.—Craigellachie Overhead Railway Crossing: The gravelling and ditching on this project was completed early in the year.
North Okanagan Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all highways and tributary roads,
considerable gravelling being done by tax and relief workers.
Surfacing.—Eleven miles of bituminous-mulch paving was laid down on the Okanagan
Highway, closing a 4-mile gap between Vernon and Armstrong; 6 miles from Vernon City
limits south, and 1 mile from Enderby South. Spray-coating was carried out on the main
streets of Lumby and Enderby.
Construction.—Narrow sections of the Okanagan Highway between Vernon and Oyama,
amounting to 2.6 miles, was widened to standard width, eliminating several dangerous corners.
Improvements were carried out on the Edgewood Road, Enderby-Mabel Lake Road, Trinity Z 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Valley Road, and Trans-Canada Highway near Mara.    Lumby-Mabel  Lake Road was extended % mile and the Sugar Lake Road extended to the east side of the lake.
Bridges.—New decking was placed on several bridges and repairs carried out where
required. A 140-foot span with trestle approaches was built over the Shuswap River at
Sugar Lake.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was above the average in the north and eastern part of
the district.
South Okanagan Electoral District.
Roads.—Maintenance of roads was carried out throughout the district and many culverts
were renewed. Several miles of drainage was completed and has proved of great value in
those sections.
Bridges.—Only minor repairs were done on some of the smaller bridges, which consisted
mainly of redecking.
Ferries.—Kelowna-Westbank Ferry traffic has increased considerably to former years.
Three shifts were used from June 1st to October 31st. The new ferry is under construction
and the ferry approaches have been reconstructed to accommodate the larger ferry.
Surfacing.—Approximately 15 miles of double flush-coating was carried out. About 6
miles of this was new work, the remainder reflush-coated.
Miscellaneous.—Two miles of road were reconstructed to standard width and grade.
Four miles of side ditches were excavated. A new garage and sheds were built on a new
site in Kelowna.
Similkameen Electoral District.
Construction, Reconstruction, and Maintenance.—On No. 31 Dog Lake road, 1 mile was
constructed to give access to the north end of Skaha Lake. Reconstruction was continued on
the Princeton-Hedley section of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, 1 mile being reconstructed to standard width and alignment. A total mileage of 1.20 was reconstructed on the
Penticton-Summerland section of the Okanagan Highway, various portions being widened to
standard and alignment improved. Major improvement was continued on Hedley-Nickle
Plate and Copper Mountain roads, 3.40 miles on the former road being affected and 0.50 on
the latter. In addition a total of 1.78 miles of mining-trail was built. Maintenance as called
for was carried out on the balance of roads.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 5.46 miles of new mulch was laid on the Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway between Marron Valley Junction and Oliver. At other points
4.58 miles were resurfaced and 3.96 miles of spray-coat was renewed. On the whole the hard-
surfacing done in this district is standing up fairly well.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal during the season 1938-39 was done at considerable less
cost than the previous season. This decrease is explainable chiefly by two factors—a lighter
snowfall without much drifting and more extensive use of truck-ploughs. The two truck-
ploughs received during 1938 proved of great value in helping to sweep snow in fast time at
a lower cost than could be done with tractor and plough on fairly light snow-removal work.
A total of 304 miles were kept open throughout the winter.
Bridges.—No major work was done. One new 22-foot stringer bridge was built and
three stringer bridges were reconstructed. Two bridges—No. 84, Keremeos-Green Mountain
and No. 213, Penticton Arterial—were replaced with a culvert and fill. Maintenance as
required was done on various bridges throughout the district, the most important work being
done cn No. 18, Copper Mountain No. 1.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District.
Maintenance, Construction, and Reconstruction.—Maintenance-work on all main highways and other roads where traffic warranted was carried out as far as funds would permit,
and work in lieu of taxes and relief assisted greatly in this connection, particularly on the
side roads.    No major construction or reconstruction was undertaken during the year.
Bituminous Surfacing.—This work consisted of 12.5 miles of single spray-coat on the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway in Grand Forks area.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal work was heavier than average but was done systematically, and as the snow was pushed back after every fall it assisted greatly in the roads drying
up early in the spring. DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 21
Bridges.—No new major structures were built, but all bridges on travelled roads were
inspected, and repair-work undertaken on twenty-seven that required attention.
Miscellaneous.—A new standard garage was completed during the fiscal year and is
already proving its worth in the better servicing and housing of all equipment.
Highway Traffic.—One hundred and fifty-nine " K " and " L " licences were issued, in
addition to numerous counter interviews in regard to various classes of carrier's licences,
permits, etc.
ENGINEERING   DISTRICT   No.   5   (CRANBROOK,   FERNIE,   COLUMBIA,  NELSON-
CRESTON, KASLO-SLOCAN, AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, E. S. Jones, Cranbrook.
Cranbrook Electoral District.
A further extension of the previous year's contract was carried out on Project 16, with
the result that we now have the road between Kimberley and Kingsgate, a distance of 70 miles,
completely paved. This meant that 21.03 miles of mulch was laid down during the year and
also 30.04 miles of seal-work on previous mulch carried out.
Reconstruction-work was also continued between Kimberley and Canal Flats for a distance
of 32.1 miles. This work was completed before winter set in and is now ready for surfacing.
Thirteen and two-tenths miles of this work was in the Cranbrook District and the balance
in Fernie District. Government forces reconstructed 2 miles at Tochty and 0.75 mile at
Wardner.
The only important bridge-work carried out during the season was the renewal of the
piers of the Mission Bridge and the raising of the approaches on the Skookumchuck Bridge
and the building of a 50-ft. steel-girder bridge at Kimberley.
Snow conditions during the winter were comparatively light and no trouble was experienced in keeping all roads open.
Fernie Electoral District.
The portion of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at Hosmer reconstructed the
previous year came through the winter very well and after continuous grading was hard-
surfaced fairly late in the season.    This was a distance of 7 miles.
Most of the reconstruction in this district was under Project 16 and was mentioned under
the Cranbrook District heading.
A diversion of 1 mile was carried out on the Roosvilie-Phillip's Canyon Road and surveys
for the balance of the road completed.
A reflush-coat was carried out on the previous year's work at Hosmer and a considerable
amount of patching done between Elko and Fernie.
In the vicinity of Michel and Natal a 1-inch cap and mulch was laid over the existing
double flush-coat, which greatly improved this busy highway.
Two important bridges were reconstructed during the season. These were the Newgate
Slough and Lizard Creek bridges.
Snow conditions in this district were as usual severe. However, all roads were kept
open during the entire winter.
Columbia Electoral District.
On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway in this district 2.8 miles were reconstructed.
Reconstruction at Shuswap Creek and Stoddart Creek was undertaken to improve
alignment.
Bituminous work was carried out in Golden when 1.10 miles of double flush-coat was
laid down.
The Big Bend section of the Trans-Canada Highway was turned over to the Provincial
Government during the year and maintenance costs were therefore considerably increased.
Four bridges on the Paradise Mine Road that were destroyed by fire were rebuilt during
the season.
Snow conditions throughout the district were about as usual and all roads were kept
open during the season. Z 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District.
Main highways were well maintained throughout the year and considerable gravelling
was done on many sections of them, keeping the roads in excellent shape for the entire year.
Major work done this year included 2.87 miles of reconstruction on the new diversion on
the Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway, known as the Vallican Diversion.
A short diversion was constructed on the Nelson-Kaslo Highway, known as the S-turn,
and was all solid rock excavation. Widening of a section near Burton on the Nakusp-Vernon
Highway was proceeded with, eliminating short, dangerous rock bluff curves, giving greater
visibility and safety. A short diversion was made at Perry Siding on the Slocan Valley-
Nakusp Highway, eliminating a very dangerous right-angle turn.
The following mining projects were undertaken and completed during the year: Project
29—New Denver, Three Forks-Zincton; Project 36—Lemon Creek; Project 9—Ferguson-
8-mile; Project 44—Jo-Jo and McAllister; and Project 48—Highland Surprise. Work on all
of these consisted of widening and elimination of dangerous curves, with some new construction, in most cases solid rock excavation.
Both the Needles-Fauquier and Arrow Park ferries ran continuously throughout the
year. The Needles-Fauquier underwent necessary repairs to the engine and barge, the
barge being handled by a gasoline motor-boat while repairs were being made.
Some sixty bridges received attention during the year, four of these being replaced
by culverts and fills. Four stringer-bridges were reconstructed, and one trail bridge constructed. The Sandon flume underwent extensive repairs, about 400 feet of it now being in
good shape.
Thirty-seven mining roads and trails received assistance under the " Mines Development
Act," all of them being put in shape for transportation.
Snow-removal has been the heaviest in three years, 220 inches falling between New
Denver and Nakusp and 230 inches at Sandon. Ploughs worked continuously twenty-four
hours a day for two months, and 305 miles of road were kept open at a cost of about $25
per mile, exclusive of rentals.    The ploughs travelled a total of 8,771 snow-plough miles.
Nelson-Creston Electoral District.
All construction-work in this district was carried out by day-labour during the year
1938-39, the two main projects were the Creston-Porthill Road and Nelson-Nelway Road.
Good progress was made on both roads, especially by aid of relief workers and farmers working out taxes. All but 2 miles of the Creston-Porthill Road is now completely reconstructed
to standard and gravelled with crushed material, while on the Nelson-Nelway Road, 2.4 miles
were reconstructed and 6 miles gravelled. All but three cuts between Nelson and Ymir were
day-lighted to permit of proper snow-removal. Black Bluffs were opened up to permit cars
to pass safely. Considerable work was done to standardize the heavy rock section between
Nelson and Taghum Hill on the Nelson-Castlegar Road and local improvements were carried
out on the Nelson-Balfour Road. A great many improvements were carried out on local
roads, the most important being the improvement of a 3-mile section of the Canyon-Porthill
Road. Throughout the year we have concentrated on gravelling and very notable progress
has been made in securing well consolidated bases in some otherwise very bad roads.
The surfacing programme was continued and is showing good results, especially between
Nelson and Trail.
No major bridges were constructed, although some important work was carried out on
the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway. Shoreacres Bridge was redecked and widened,
Meadow Creek Bridge was built, Kidd Creek Bridges were redecked, and Mosquito Creek
Bridge rep'aced by a culvert and fill.
On the Creston-Porthill Road two bridges were replaced by culverts and fills and a third
was reduced in length by over 200 feet. The channel of Goat River was opened up in
accordance with the Bridge Engineer's plans. The work done during the previous year had
proved successful despite a record flood. Four other small bridges were replaced by cedar
culverts with fills.
The channel of the Salmon River above Porto Rico Bridge was dug out so that the
river runs straight to the bridge instead of making a hook as in the past. This channel
appears to be working nicely and should save us from serious damage. DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 23
The channel at Barrett Creek was also dug out, and I believe the flood-water of this creek
will be able to pass under our bridge without doing us any damage as we have given it an
additional 4 feet of headroom.    Hall Creek was also straightened and deepened.
Ferry services were operated without any serious delays.
The superstructure of the S.S. " Nasookin" has been thoroughly overhauled and all
defective wood renewed. The boat was painted both inside and out. The coal wharf at
Procter was renewed.
The north approach at Nelson Ferry was seriously damaged by a storm last summer
but has since been repaired. The south approach at Harrop-Longbeach Ferry has been
cribbed and properly graded.
All of the roads in common use were kept free of snow and no road was left impassable
for more than twenty-four hours during the winter. The main roads were open at all
times. This was made possible by the addition of a four-wheel drive truck to our fleet of
truck-ploughs.
The district garage has efficiently kept the equipment in repair. This is especially
notable in connection with the operation of ferries and snow-ploughs.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District.
Construction of 0.62 mile of the Rossland-Paterson Road from mileage 2.69 to 3.31 was
undertaken. This heavy piece of work involved the moving of 42,000 cubic yards of material.
The work was carried out by day-labour, and is a very satisfactory piece of highway. Work
commenced July 12th, 1938, and finished November 25th, 1938.
A new bridge over Big Sheep Creek, on the Rossland-Cascade Highway was built in
November, 1938. The bridge is 88 feet 7 inches over all, consisting of two timber spans at
19 feet 7 inches and one steel I-beam span at 48 feet 9 inches (six lines 24-inch I's at 79.9
inches), supported on concrete piers and abutments. Approximately 130 cubic yards of
concrete were used.
On the Trail-Pend d'Oreille Road, a new bridge on a new location was built over Bear
Creek.
Approximately 1.76 miles of mulch was laid over a double spray-coat on the Trail-
Pend d'Oreille Road. On the Rossland-Paterson Road, 1.86 miles of double spray-coat were
laid. This work connects with a surfaced highway from the International Boundary at
Paterson to Spokane, Washington.
In the townsite of Castlegar 0.10 mile of mulch was laid from the main highway into
the C.P.R. station.
A location survey was carried out from the electoral boundary on the Trail-Salmo Road
to the end of Merry's Flats on the Trail-Pend d'Oreille Road, a distance of 4.86 miles. Many
smaller surveys were carried out, including one from the junction of the Trail-Salmo and
Trail-Pend d'Oreille roads over the mouth of Beaver Creek, a distance of approximately
2 miles.
Snow-removal in the Rossland-Trail District ran into a considerable item this season.
A total of 130 miles of road was kept open to traffic, entailing 1,584 machinery hours and
5,090 snow-plough miles at a total cost of $7,408.
The roads with bituminous surfacing came through the winter in fine shape, but considerable trouble was experienced during the month of March, 1939, with some of our earth
and gravel roads, especially south and east of Trail, and the use of the roads had to be
restricted as to traffic for a few days until the frost came out and the surface got dry
enough to grade.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6  (LILLOOET AND CARIBOO
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, O. P. Roberts, Williams Lake.
Lillooet Electoral District.
Relief-work.—No relief camps were operated in this district in the year under review.
Relief-work amounting to 3,189 man-days was employed throughout the district, principally
in the Lillooet area. Z 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Having regard to the isolated locations of some relief workers and the general conditions
pertaining to this class of labour, reasonably satisfactory results have been achieved from
relief labour, which has been largely devoted to maintenance-work.
Tax Work.—In the year 1938-39 farmers' taxes to the amount of $5,364.60 were worked
on road-work.
The farming population is scattered throughout a large area and their individual working radius is limited. During the working season they are pressed by their seasonal occupations, and it is therefore difficult to provide supervision with our limited forces for all
individuals and areas when needed.
Mining Transportation Projects—Dominion-Provincial Agreement, 1937.—Two projects
were authorized, namely—Project 8, Ashloo Mine Road, and Project 38, road to Manitou
Mining Company (Mud Creek)—in all amounting to $3,000.
The work on the Manitou mining-road was completed satisfactorily, but only a portion
of the funds allocated for the Ashloo Mine Road was spent.
Aid to Mines ("Mines Development Act ").—Fifteen appropriations varying from $50 to
$500, amounting in all to $2,197.50, were made during the year under review.
Roads Generally.—Maintenance and minor improvements were carried out to the extent
permitted by the funds made available by District Vote—Relief Work and Tax Work.
Fifteen hundred feet of new plank sidewalk to school was built at Squamish. Grading,
brushing, hauling gravel, replacement of culverts, and the provision of additional drainage
constituted the principal activities on the roads throughout the district.
Repairs and maintenance of machines has been kept well in hand. Improved facilities
for the storage of large machines was made in the Bridge River District by the construction
of an additional 30- by 30-foot equipment-shed. Improvements have also been made in the
garage and workshop at Lillooet, resulting in much improved conditions for operation in that
building.
Gasoline pumps and tanks have been provided for Ashcroft, Clinton, and Goldbridge,
which will add to economy in handling gasoline products and avoid the barrel problem at
these centres.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The only surfacing carried out in this district in the year under
review was 4J/_ miles on the Trans-Canada Highway west of Ashcroft Manor. This was
asphaltic mulch, mixed in place and compacted to 2%-inch thickness. It adjoins the portion
of road surfaced in that area last year, which now comprises a total of 9% miles of surfaced
roadway.
Bridges.—No important or large structures were built or reconstructed. Two short
trestle bridges—No. 253 and No. 254—were rebuilt in the Squamish area and one span bridge
—No. 144—replaced by an improved structure on a new location.
Major repairs were made to two bridges in the Bridge River area—namely, South Fork
No. 79 and Wards Ferry No. 82. Repairs and maintenance to a large number of small
bridges throughout the district were made.
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained and operated successfully throughout the year.
A new residence was built for the ferryman at Pavilion Ferry on the east side of the river.
This was for the purpose of providing better living conditions and potable water.
River-bank Protection—Stream Improvements.—Protection to river-banks and improvements to stream-channels were made at Pemberton Meadows at a cost of $1,000.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was light in all parts of the district, and 297 miles were
kept open at a cost of $21.05 per mile, including machinery rentals; 1,658 snow-plough miles
were covered at a total cost of $3.83 per snow-plough mile.
North Cariboo Electoral District.
General Maintenance.—Cariboo Highway: General maintenance with drags and power-
grader was carried out throughout the season, dirt slides were removed, culverts replaced
and repaired, gravel patching and minor improvements were carried out at Soda Creek and
Cinema.
Barkerville Road: General maintenance with multiple drag and power and pull graders
was carried out during the season; considerable patch gravelling in connection with frost-
boils was necessary;   a few culverts were renewed. DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 25
Main and Local Roads: Grading and general maintenance were carried out as funds
permitted; some good work was accomplished in lieu of taxes and by relief workers. Permanent improvements carried out by District Vote funds were: Reconstruction of Narcosli
Hill, Fraser River Road; 0.05 mile with power-shovel, excavating 5,400 cubic yards, gravel
surfacing 2 miles with 760 cubic yards. Minor improvements were made on several local
main and settlers' roads.
Red Bluff Diversion, Cariboo Highway: Approximately 2.5 miles in length. This project
will eliminate the existing dangerous hill which has blind corners and heavy grades up to
13.5 per cent. A good start has been made and approximately 25,000 cubic yards of earth
have been ex.avated, roughly 3,000 feet of 6.7-per-cent. grade is completed and surfaced with
8 inches of red bluff burnt qlay, the surfacing being done chiefly with relief labour during
the winter months.
Wells Townsite: Excavation was undertaken with power-shovel widening Pooley Street,
the material being used to build up Blair Avenue, approximately 1,200 cubic yards, with 300
cubic yards of gravel surfacing.
Quesnel-Nazko Road: Diversion 0.35 mile at Mile 62, gravel-surfacing work consisted
of removal of rock, grading and ditching.
Soda Creek Ferry: A ramp was built out into the river to improve the east approach
ferry-landing. The ramp consisted of a rock-filled log crib, length 150 feet, width of crown
16 feet, average depth 6 feet.
Mining-roads.—Project No. 2, Quesnel-Barkerville Highway: Reconstruction of existing
road to a width of 20-24 feet by excavating corners, widening and reduction of grades, principally at Miles 36-40, 49, and 54. Approximately 38,000 cubic yards were excavated, 4,142
cubic yards of gravel surfacing was applied, and thirty-one railroad-type culverts were
installed.
Project No. 3, Cariboo Hudson Road: Length 5.4 miles, of which 4.3 miles were new
construction on a 6-per-cent. grade for the entire distance. Construction consisted of clearing 27.1 acres, grubbing 12 acres; excavation—rock 250 cubic yards, earth 17,000 cubic
yards;   gravel surfacing 3,050 cubic yards;   fifty-six railroad-type culverts were installed.
Project No. 4, Yanks Peak Road: Length of road 6-7 miles, being a continuation of the
Cariboo Hudson Road. Approximately 4 miles were cleared 30 feet wide, amounting to 14.5
acres with 8.7 acres of grubbing. The balance of the road is over alpine terrain. The road
was bulldozed suitable for a temporary winter cat-road. About 4,000 cubic yards were excavated. Two bridges were constructed—35 feet and 45 feet respectively—and nine culverts
were installed.
Project No. 21, Hixon Creek Mine Road: This work consisted of gravel surfacing
between the Cariboo Highway and the Falls, Mile 2.5. Eight hundred and fifty cubic yards
of gravel were applied and 2,000 lineal feet of ditches cleaned.
Project No. 39, Quesnel-Hydraulic Road: A great improvement was made on some of
the worst sections, particularly at Miles 17-18 and 32.6 to 40.1. Widening was done with a
" 45 " Diesel caterpillar and angledozer. Altogether 31 miles were well graded and practically
the same distance brushed, a total of 57 acres of slashing. Approximately 4,850 cubic yards
of earth were excavated and 1,982 cubic yards of gravel surfacing applied. Thirty-five
native timber culverts were installed.
Bridges.—Little Cottonwood (Ahbau Creek), No. 133: The original King truss built in
1920 was replaced with a 120-foot-span through Howe truss. The laminated chord timbers
being preframed and treated with creosote-oil at Vancouver.
Keithley No. 90: The old structure was washed away in the June flood of 1936. The
new structure is a standard 70-foot-span King truss on cedar pile piers with one span-trestle
approach on north end and the original cement abutment on the south end. Two log cribs,
rock filled, were constructed up-stream to protect the north pier.
Malone No. 83: New structure replacing old bridge on hairpin curve. Cedar trestle
construction, 95 feet in length, consisting of five 19-foot bays 14 feet 8 inches between
wheel-guards.
The balance of bridge-work consisted of sundry repairs to a number of bridges.
Ferries.—General maintenance was carried out. No new ferries or replacements were
made. Z 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Surfacing.—No new surfacing other than general patching.
Snow-removal.—The past season will be remembered for one of the heaviest winter
snowfalls on record. Snow-removal was carried on on the Barkerville Road, in the Wells
District, Cariboo Highway, Likely-Keithley and three local main roads. Also the roads to
the most important mines were kept open. Altogether 258.95 miles were kept open, 7,349.5
miles were snow-ploughed.
Surveys.—Cariboo Highway: The principal survey-work was the preliminary surveys at
Alexandria to eliminate two railroad crossings and the diversion at the North Boundary;
also the Red Bluff Diversion, on which work commenced January, 1939.
Barkerville Road:   Two preliminary surveys were made to eliminate bad curvature.
Barkerville-Keithley: A survey was also made between the crossing (Base Camp) at
Cunningham Creek to Keithley via the Cariboo Hudson Mine, Yanks Peak, French Snow-
shoe, and Keithley.
South Cariboo Electoral District.
All main and trunk highways were adequately maintained, despite an unusually dry
season. Special attention was given to shaping and gravelling 5 miles of the main Chilcotin
Road. The Eagle and Bradley Creek roads were improved. Work commenced on improving
the Williams Lake cut-off to bring this highway to standard specifications.
Under the Dominion-Provincial Agreement great assistance was rendered the mining-
areas. Five miles of new road was constructed along Taseko Lake; 2 miles of road graded
and gravelled to the Priority Mine; 6 miles of the main Chilcotin Road where it approaches
the Homathko District were improved and valuable work was carried out over 23 miles of
the Likely Road leading into the Keithley country.
Useful work was carried out by ranchers in lieu of tax payments. Special efforts being
directed to gravelling.
Heavy and continuous snowfall taxed equipment to the utmost, necessitating ploughing
8,500 snow miles.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7  (PRINCE RUPERT, ATLIN, OMINECA, AND
SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, J. C. Brady, Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert Electoral District.
Construction on the North Trans-Provincial Highway was continued for approximately
2,440 lineal feet. Clearing and grubbing was heavy. About 1,300 feet was corduroyed, the
remainder being rock-paved prior to surfacing with crushed rock and sand.
At Miles 1, 5, and 6, several curves were widened. Crushed rock and sand was used for
maintenance of the whole length of this road.
At Port Simpson, new construction was carried out; 480 lineal feet being built, using
about 150 cubic yards of rock and gravel and 9,000 lineal feet corduroy. One fill was made
over a new culvert, 240 cubic yards of material being used. The Shore Road was washed
out by storms and was rebuilt with log and rock cribbing.
At Jap Inlet, Porcher Island, 500 feet of wooden sidewalk was removed and rebuilt with
rock and clam-shell.    The remainder of this sidewalk has been kept in good repair.
The Smith Island Trail at Osland needed considerable repairs this year, mostly on
account of fire destroying part of the sidewalk. New decking and stringers were put in
where necessary.
At Oona River, work consisted of removing wooden sidewalks and replacing with
gravelled walks. About 500 feet of this was done. Other parts were gravelled and repaired
where necessary.
At Lewis Island, practically all the board walks have been removed and replaced with
rock and gravel.
Cow Bay Crossing in Prince Rupert has been resurfaced with crushed rock and coarse
sand, 100 cubic yards crushed rock and 30 cubic yards sand being used.
Miller Road which was constructed last year has been resurfaced with 20 cubic yards
crushed rock and 50 cubic yards sand.
Court-house approaches have been repaired with fine crushed rock whenever necessary. Peace Arch Highway 15R.    Intersection of Bergstrom Road.    Constructed 1938-3'
Looking south.    Delta District.
Cariboo Road near Prince George.   vj     __
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Bridges.—Galloway Rapids Bridge was tightened on all chords and braces and truss-rods
adjusted.    Part of decking on approach was renewed and railings repaired.
McBride Street foot-bridge was trussed, new stairways put in on approach, and decking
repaired.    This bridge needs renewing.
Wharves.—Salt Lakes Floats were renewed early in the year. However, a big tide and
storm on December 8th, 1938, wrecked the ramp and one dolphin. This was repaired and
now seems to be in good shape. Trail, diving platform, and dressing-rooms have been kept
in good repair.
At Prince Rupert Wharf, No. 2 shed received a new pitch-and-gravel roof. No. 6 shed
was reshingled. Winch-house on No. 5 shed was reshingled. Considerable new decking and
joists were put in where necessary. False piling was put in under No. 4 shed. Forty-three
new fender piles were put in place and 7,500 F.B.M. of 10- by 10-inch fir were used for guards
and chocks where required.
Cow Bay Floats have given no trouble this year. Small repairs and sundry renewals
of decking on small floats were carried out and everything seems to be in good condition.
Court-house and Grounds.—The Court-house grounds have been improved. Four footpaths 5 feet wide, approximating 400 feet, have been added and surfaced with crushed rock.
New flower-beds have been made. General improvements elsewhere consist of the removal
of tool-house and small greenhouse to the back and a new greenhouse built. Size of new
greenhouse is 21 by 30 feet, with 4-foot walls and with potting-shed 6 by 8 feet.
On the Court-house building work consisted mostly of small repairs and painting Mining
Engineer's office, Judge's Chambers, Court-room and Social Welfare office, main entrance
doors and north end doors. Chimney was raised on fireplace of Judge's Chambers to eliminate smoke nuisance and is apparently working satisfactorily.
Snow Conditions—Snowfall was medium this last winter, approximating 28 inches.
Road was kept open all the time. There were 250 snow-plough miles; 11% miles were kept
open.
Queen Charlotte Islands (North End).—Construction was continued on the Masset-Tow
Hill Road, 2.3 miles being opened up through dense bush from Mileage 11.7 to Mileage 14 to
avoid travelling on the Ocean Beach, which is impassable at high tide. This portion was
cleared and rough graded and made passable for light traffic. It requires further grading
and planking to put it in first-class shape for heavy traffic. Several low spots at Miles 2 and
3 were raised and the plank wheel-tracks repaired and relaid.
On Old Masset-New Masset Road at Mile 1, the planks were raised and through the
Indian Village of Old Masset the road was raised and graded and 1,000 lineal feet of four-
plank sidewalk laid over drainage-ditch.
Cook Street was opened up from Collison Avenue to Harrison Avenue and 500 lineal feet
of 3-inch plank sidewalk constructed. The Masset streets were kept graded and gravelled
and the sidewalks repaired.
Queen Charlotte Islands (South End).—Between Port Clements and Tlell the work of
replacing the planks by solid earth foundation and gravel was continued for about Vt mile.
In this 12-mile stretch there are still about 10 miles to be reconstructed in this manner.
From Tlell to Queen Charlotte City improvements were made at various places over a
distance of 30 miles, consisting of 1 mile graded, 2% miles gravelled, and rock points widened.
About 3 miles of widening in rock formation remain to be done as well as gravelling.
Skidegate Wharf approach was gravelled for 280 feet and the work completed.
The wharf approach at Queen Charlotte City was widened and gravelled.
Pot Roast Walk, a trestle along the shore at Queen Charlotte City was renewed for 325
by 6 feet as well as a similar walk at Port Clements for 100 by 4 feet.
At Sandspit, % mile of road was widened and gravelling done at various places.
Dunroe Road, north of Port Clements, was gravelled for 1% miles. Various settlers'
roads and trails were improved. The Apex mining-trail was repaired for 3 miles and 500
feet of trail opened up to new pack-bridge near Cape Ball.
Bridges.—Fender piles were provided at Tlell Bridge to prevent damage to the main
piles by ice passing back and forth with the tide, which affects the Tlell River at this point.
All important bridges were provided with water-barrels and cleared of surrounding
brush for fire-protection. Z 28 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Atlin Electoral District.
South Atlin.—Project No. 22, Dolly Varden Railway: Work commenced July 2nd on the
renewal of the bridges, and 1,829 lineal feet of trestle bridges constructed during the season.
Over 10,000 lineal feet of logs were cut, peeled, and hewn in the surrounding forest, and 2,170
ties were also made for replacements. Owing to the condition of the bridges at the lower end
no equipment could be taken to the job; hence it was necessary to move all timbers out by
hand. There is still considerable tie-renewal work to be done on this project before it can
be considered in good repair, and also a number of rails should be replaced; this latter can be
done with rails on hand.
Upper Kitsault Trail, Project No. 23: Commencing July 18th a small crew completed
general repair-work over 7 miles of this trail. There remains 1 mile of repair-work and one
bridge to be replaced.    This latter having been washed out during high water last year.
Aiyansh Area (Nash River Valley) : General repairs were carried out to all local roads,
trails, and bridges, and very efficient work done with funds available. The 7-mile Lava Road
is in need of gravel surfacing before it can be of use to local settlers. The grade and foundation of this road is excellent, and a gravel surface would make it of great benefit to the
ranchers of that valley. If this work is undertaken it will be necessary to ship in trucks
for gravel-hauling.
Project No. 16, American Creek Road: A survey of this project was made, commencing
at Bear River Bridge No. 2, to within % mile of the Mountain Boy Mine. Two and a half
miles of road was cleared, brushed, and grubbed and considerable of it ditched. Surfacing
of the road is required and the road surveyed and continued beyond the " Pimple."
Project No. 12, Big Missouri Road: Commencing July 11th, work continued on this
project until October 20th, when funds were exhausted. The work consisted of widening,
ditching, surfacing, renewal of culverts, and taking off and widening dangerous corners.
The road was greatly improved by the season's work.
Project No. 45, Premier (Salmon River) Road: This road was surfaced from the International Boundary (Mile 13) to the Premier Mine.
Project No. 30, Unuk River Trail: A small crew was sent into the Unuk August 15th
via Ketchikan, Alaska, and worked on general improvements to this trail over its entire
length, a distance of 8 miles.    The crew returned on September 30th.
River and Bridge Protection-work: Protection-work was done on both the Bear River
Bridge at Stewart and the Alice Arm Suspension Bridge at Alice Arm; in both cases piling
was driven to divert the channel and to protect the bridges. During 1938 the Bear River
protection-wall was extended 1,300 feet; a total of 4,080 cubic yards of rock being used in
this extension and repairs to the old wall. The wall is now extended 6,415 feet from the
Bear River Bridge, but in order to be sure that the main channel of the river will not cut
back in behind the rock wall it will be necessary to extend the wall farther across the old
river-bed; the entire wall will need reinforcements along the points where the rock has
settled or moved into the channel.
North Atlin.—With the assistance of a new tracdozer and tractor very good work was
accomplished in North Atlin on local roads; this included improvements to Project No. 31,
O'Donnel River Road.
Stikine.—Project No. 14, Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake Road: Work commenced on this
project July 2nd and terminated October 31st. General improvements, widening, and surfacing were carried out.
A winter road was partly constructed from Dease Lake Road into the Boulder Creek
placer-mining area;   this road is known as Boulder Creek Winter Road, Project No. 43.
Mining-trails.—Assistance was granted to a number of prospectors in the Atlin District;
a new trail was constructed from Meziadin Lake to Porter Creek; assistance was given for
improvements to the Squaw Creek trail (North Atlin) where placer-miners are operating;
a new trail was cut over Table Mountain (Stikine) ; and assistance given for general
improvements on the Whitewater Mine Road in the Taku area.
A winter road into the placer country around Boulder Creek (Stikine) was also surveyed
under the " Mines Development Act." DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 29
Skeena Electoral District.
Labour.—Adequate labour was available for all work undertaken. Relief labour was
used throughout the district whenever available.
Highway Maintenance.—All roads were maintained during the year. Numerous old culverts were replaced and intake and offtake ditches were deepened and widened. Extensive
gravelling was done. Several miles of highway were slashed to full width and brush burned
to allow sun and light to road-bed. Settlers throughout the district were allowed to work out
taxes on roads adjacent to their own farms. Repairs were made to plank roads in Port
Essington.
Highway Construction and Reconstruction.—One mile of North Trans-Provincial Highway, Smithers-Moricetown section, 2 miles north of Smithers, was reconstructed as to alignment and grade, being 60 per cent, complete.
One mile of North Trans-Provincial Highway, Moricetown-Hazelton section at Morice-
town, was reconstructed as to alignment and grade, being 80 per cent, complete.
The Usk-Cedarvale section of the North Trans-Provincial Highway was opened up for
1 additional mile, the right-of-way being cleared and logs bucked. The standing of this
section is now 3 miles 100 per cent., 3 miles 70 per cent., and 1 mile 25 per cent, complete.
Driftwood Creek Road No. 23 was constructed to Mile 9 and is 100 per cent, complete
to that point.
Silver Lake Trail No. 281 was reconstructed to a cat-road and is now 100 per cent,
complete throughout the 6 miles to the mine.
Silver Standard Mine Road No. 146 was widened and improved for 1 mile. These last
three projects were carried out under the Dominion-Provincial Mining Agreement.
Trails.—Work was carried out on a number of existing trails. Two new trails were
built—one to Mother of Cloud mine claims on Baker Inlet and one to Calandra Group, south
of the Copper River.
Bridges.—Repairs were. carried out on a number of bridges throughout the district.
John Brown Bridge No. 6, having been found in a dangerous condition, was dismantled and
a new 60-foot King truss with two 15-foot trestle approaches was erected.
Pontoon Bridge No. 213 was also demolished and a new standard pile trestle 95 feet long
erected in its place.
Kitsequekla Bridge No. 61 was partially erected. A concrete abutment was erected on
the north side of the Kitsequekla River and a 70-foot standard pile-trestle approach and pile
pier were erected on the south side.
The following trestles were built at Remo to replace structures carried away by floods:
Alwyn No. 1, 103 feet long; Alwyn No. 2, 152 feet long; Level Crossing No. 87, 95 feet long;
Level Crossing No. 88, 67 feet long; Railway Trestle No. 214, purchased from the C.N.
Railways, was decked for use of vehicular traffic.
Leanto Bridge No. 65 was a temporary structure over Leanto Creek and was replaced by
a structure 154 feet long, consisting of two trestle approaches each 38 feet long and a main
span of 72 feet in the clear of peeled spruce logs.
Ferries.—Necessary repairs were carried out to the ferries during the year. Two new
landing pontoons were constructed for the Copper City Ferry. The south approach to Usk
Ferry was regraded and is 75 per cent, completed. Sunday and holiday service was continued throughout the summer, and again proved a great convenience to the residents of the
different communities.
Buildings.—A new equipment-shed at Smithers, 28 by 104 feet, and another one at
Terrace, 28 by 70 feet, were erected. Improvements were carried out to the Terrace garage,
which centralized the work and proved a great convenience to the mechanical staff. Underground tanks and self-measuring pumps were installed at Terrace and Hazelton.
Snow-removal.—A new truck-plough proved its worth during the snow season, enabling
roads to be opened with speed, the heavier equipment following on to widen out. A total of
313 miles of road were ploughed during the year, the equipment ploughing 3,952 snow-plough
miles. Separate falls to a depth of 4 feet were handled. The total snowfall at Smithers
was 86 inches and 105 inches at Terrace.
Surveys.—The usual surveys, amounting to 2.3 miles, were carried out in connection with
work planned and under way.    Surveys fcr future improvement of the North Trans-Pro- vincial Highway, Moricetown-Hazelton section, were run for 4 miles. A reconnaissance
survey from Butedale to Surf Inlet on Princess Royal Island was made to determine a
feasible route for a road between these two points.
Omineca Electoral District.
Construction and Improvements.—On Northern Trans-Provincial Highway 4 miles were
reconstructed and gravelled, improving the alignment and eliminating several dangerous
curves. Burns Lake-Babine Road was extended for 4 miles and cleared and stumped, 2%
miles graded and gravelled. On the Topley-Babine Road 2 miles of right-of-way were cleared
and stumped. Forty-six miles of new gravelling was done on main highways and 14 miles
of major renewals.
Mining Projects (under Dominion-Provincial Agreements). — Project No. 1, Fort St.
James-Manson Creek: This work was carried out by contract. Between Miles 25-45 and
67-70 a distance of 23 miles was reconstructed, widened, and gravelled; 100 per cent, completed.
Project No. 1a (day-labour) on Manson Creek Road: Miles 45-49 reconstructed and
gravelled, Miles 50-57 right-of-way cleared (this is a natural gravel section of the road);
Miles 58-67 reconstructed; 100 per cent, completed. Three miles north of the Nation River
at Mile 70 a new road on new location was commenced; from this point to a point 2 miles
north-east of Sylvester Creek crossing a distance of 10 miles in heavy timber was cleared and
grubbed for a width of 40 feet.
Project No. 1b, Manson Creek Road, North of Nation River: 18 miles were made passable
for motor transport by the removal of boulders, repairs to corduroy, culverts, etc.
Project No. 34, Aiken Lake Winter Road: From a starting-point at Old Hogem, 60 miles
of new construction on new location was done, this 60 miles was cleared 20 feet wide and
grubbed 8 feet wide.
Project No. 24, Germansen Bridge to Germansen Landing: 9% miles of road were reconstructed.
Project No. 47, Hunter Basin Trail: 4% miles on this trail were cleared 12 feet wide
and grubbed 8 feet wide. With the exception of the second part of Project No. lA—that is,
north of Nation River—all projects were completed 100 per cent.; this part of No. 1a was
80 per cent, completed.
Bridges.—The following were reconstructed: Allen, Barker, Bear Creek, Cheslatta,
Cornell, Clear Creek, Hewit, Pinkut No. 2, Poison Creek, and Swanson Creek Bridge. In
addition, thirty-one bridges were repaired and maintained.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was heavy in this district, but all main roads were kept open
practically the whole season, and with few exceptions settlers' roads were open for horse
traffic all winter and for motor traffic most of the time.    Snow-plough miles were 9,300.
Ferries.—These were all operated continuously until freeze-up and cleaned, repaired, and
put in order during the winter.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8  (FORT GEORGE AND PEACE RIVER
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, J. W. Miers, Prince George.
Fort George Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—Approximately 300 miles of highways and local roads were
maintained, in addition to a considerable mileage of farm and settlement roads, which were
chiefly maintained by farmers working out their taxes.
Highway Reconstruction and Improvement.—Cariboo Road: Between Mileages 3.5 and
9.0 Prince George South, 3% miles were reconstructed to 30-foot standard and surfaced with
screened gravel. Near Woodpecker, 1 mile of side-hill construction was also widened to
standard.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway: Improvements commenced the previous year near
Willow River were continued. A short section was reconstructed on improved alignment and
to a wider standard.    Another section of 1 mile was relocated and the right-of-way cleared.
Between Aleza Lake and Sinclair Mills 8 miles were reconstructed and 41/_ miles sand-
surfaced.    East from McBride 11 miles were gravelled, making a passable all-weather road DISTRICT REPORTS. Z 31
from McBride to Valemont, near which point 3 miles were regraded. On the section west
of Prince George Vz mile was regraded to standard width and a short section of heavy reconstruction on the Chilako River Hill commenced.
A 3-mile section of the Ness Lake Road was graded, giving access to the Sylvan Glade
settlement.
Bridges and Culverts.—As far as possible, with the limited funds available, all bridges in
the district were maintained in good condition. The Beaver, McLennan, and Canoe River
Bridges on the highway between McBride and Albreda are in very poor condition and should
be replaced by new structures during the current fiscal year.
With the exception of Josephine Creek Trestle, which was replaced by a standard structure, there were no major renewals.
Two concrete-pipe culverts were constructed on the Cariboo Road and three on the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Ferries.—The usual service was maintained at Isle Pierre, Miworth, and Croydon.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was probably the heaviest on record, ranging from 100 to
170 inches within a 15-mile radius of Prince George. Trucks with V and blade-type ploughs
rendered efficient service and approximately 200 miles of highway were kept open, except for
short periods, but the need of heavier and better equipment to remove the accumulated snowbanks is felt. The average cost per plough-mile was $1.19, and the cost per mile kept open
$28.50, as compared with 61 cents and $9.37 last year.
Buildings.—Prince George Court-house: All external woodwork and the metal siding on
this building were painted.
McBride Lock-up:   This building was also painted.
Peace River Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—The usual restrictions were placed on all highways throughout the district during the " run-off period," which resulted in a great saving on our District
Vote funds. All highways were patrolled after rain-storms but, as the summer and autumn
seasons were exceptionally dry, roads ravelled badly; this condition was overcome to a great
extent by using our heavy grading machines, which planed them satisfactorily. This applied
to main highways only—a total distance of 206 miles; an additional 65 miles was maintained
by light patrol graders.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—Grande Prairie-Fort St. John-Peace Pass:
From Alberta Boundary to Pouce Coupe was brushed and regraded in several places, also
numerous culverts installed. From Pouce Coupe to Peace River Ferry at Taylor Flats,
diversion at Spring Creek completed and culverts replaced. Taylor Flats to Fort St. John
grade raised in several places and new culverts installed. Fort St. John to Cache Creek road
diversion at Charlie Lake School, 80 per cent, completed; approaches to Tea Creek Bridge
finished; also necessary culvert-work completed. Cache Creek to Halfway River widened,
4.8 miles of road so as to allow freighting of long timber in for the Halfway River Bridge;
partly cleared right-of-way on 1.6 miles, also grubbing on same. Halfway River to Hudson
Hope improvements only;   the same applies from Hudson Hope to Gold Bar.
Dawscn-Rolla-Clayhurst: From Mile 0-33—raised grade at Mile 1.6, Mile 7.5, and at
Mile 15.8. Completed new grade down the Peace River Hill at Clayhurst Ferry at Mile 33;
installed new culverts and cleared landing-site for ferry; also graded approaches for same
on both sides of river.
Dawson-Moberly-Hudson Hope: Three miles on this route was cleared, grubbed, and
partly graded west and south of Groundbirch. The hillside on the west bank of the Pine
River was graded and finished for a distance of 2.2 miles. This route also connects with
Little Prairie and the Esswein Settlement on the Upper Pine River.
Fort St. John-Alberta Boundary-Hines Creek Route: Rock-work was continued on the
east bank of the Beatton River; this work is necessarily slow as it is difficult to procure
experienced powder-men and hand-drillers. Four miles was constructed from the north-east
corner of Section 24, Township 48, Range 17, west 6th meridian, to the north-east corner of
Section 12, Township 85, Range 17, west 6th meridian. There was also 2 miles of road constructed on the route to Clayhurst Ferry in this district. Z 32 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
Tupper-Hays-Gundy: Mostly brushing, opening up farm roads and general maintenance-
work. Approaches to Pouce Coupe River Bridge was partly finished. New culverts and
grading around Kelly Lake to connect with roads to Hythe, Alberta.
Pouce Coupe-Dawson Creek: Work was confined to raising grades on existing roads.
Repairing culverts and brushing out roads in this area.
Tax Work.—This has been of distinct advantage in the Peace River District, allowing
farmers to improve on their access to highways and also on many major improvements as
well. The only disadvantage is the constant drain on District Vote funds, as all small equipment such as slips, fresnos, ploughs, shovels, axes, etc., has to be supplied from this source.
When farmers are working any distance from their homes, the camps are also supplied from
this vote.
Roads Generally.—A great number of roads such as settlement, farming, and trails were
widened out and the standard improved by raising grades, installing new culverts, and
drainage.
Unemployment Relief.—The policy of getting out timber has been followed the same as
in former years. Labour is so scattered it is very difficult to get the utmost efficiency out of
recipients;   however, it is a great saving on our district funds.
Bridges Constructed.—Halfway River Bridge: This is a two 185-foot Howe-truss span
bridge, on three piers. The centre pier being protected by steel-sheet piling and riprapped.
To complete about 40 cubic yards of concrete will have to be poured in No. 1 Pier. This
bridge is about midway between Fort St. John and Hudson Hope, on the Peace Pass Highway.
Cache Creek: The bridge is a two 60-foot King-truss span bridge with trestle approaches.
Twenty-four miles west of Fort St. John on the Peace Pass Highway.
Knapp Bridge is a 240-foot 10-ton standard pile trestle. Situated 20 miles north of Rolla
on the Dawson-Rolla-Clayhurst Road.
Moose River Bridge is a 102-foot 10-ton pile trestle on the Dawson-Rolla-Clayhurst Road.
Twenty-three miles north of Rolla.
High Ridge Bridge is a 90-foot bridge for light wagons and pedestrians only. Frame
trestle on mud-sills;   5-ton capacity;   located on Road 77-14-7.
Peirce Bridge is a 94-foot bridge, 10-ton capacity, built on mud-sills; 22 miles north of
Rolla on the Dawson-Rolla-Clayhurst Road.
Bridge Maintenance.—Replaced Spring Creek Bridge by culvert and dirt embankment.
Dawson Town Bridge No. 38-1 and Knutson Bridge No. 1, both redecked. Eleven small
bridges having a total length of 360 lineal feet, redecked and strengthened.
Ferries.—Clayhurst Ferry installed and Halfway River Ferry replaced by new bridge.
Cable at East Pine tightened. Taylor Ferry had general overhaul, repainted; this ferry was
damaged slightly when ice broke away in the Pine River and crashed into the stern of tug;
this occurred near the freeze-up when ferry was being pulled out for the winter.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions have been heavier than the previous two years; several
trips have been made to Fort St. John and also side trips to Doe River and Rolla and Sunset
Prairie. Forty-three miles have been protected by snow-fences; the fences constructed from
local material.
Maintenance, Government Buildings.—All buildings have been maintained; but this
coming year sewage disposal should be looked after in residences occupied by Government
officials. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Z 33
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act."
STATEMENT  SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED'AS AT MARCH  31st,  1939.
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
City Municipalities.
33r
2.00
76a
1.60
39b
0.43
34r
1.50
33b
Armstrong-Salmon Arm 	
Secondary	
0.90
Courtenay ____	
32r
Island Highway    .., _	
Arterial	
1.35
77A
1.06
3b
Cumberland Road and Union St	
Secondary 	
1.10
34b
35b
Dunsmuir Avenue _ _	
Courtenay-Cumber.and Road
Secondary	
0.36
(Fourth Street) --   --
Secondary	
0.21
71r
0.90
36r
1.11
44r
2.40
43r
1.75
78r
G8r
Nelson-Kaslo  _ _	
Island Highway.-— , 	
Arterial __ -
Arterial	
0.73
0.63
Ladysmith _ _ 	
Merritt     .. „	
73r
Merritt-Spences Bridge _ _	
Arterial	
1.00
75a
1.53
74a
Merritt-Princeton __	
Primary	
1.21
53r
1.63
20r
3.25
75r
3.70
19r
4.05
57r
2.65
42b
Clarke Road  	
Secondary	
1.06
37r
23b
Arterial	
0.90
0.69
80b
Salmon Arm-Enderby — __	
Secondary	
0.21
87r
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway
Arterial 	
0.92
District Municipalities.
Burnaby 	
Ir
Trans-Provincial (Kingsway) —
Arterial.— _
4.22
Hastings-Barnet   _ 	
6.38
17r
6.15
62 a
Grandview-Douglas   	
Primary	
5.43
14b
North Road (west half)--  	
Secondary	
1.40
22b
Riverway (Marine Drive) —	
Secondary	
3.30
8r
9r
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Rosedale Ferry Road  __	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
15.27
2:25
6.00
3.65
Coldstream  _
52a
Monashee Road (White Valley)	
Primary	
9.00
18r
67r
Dewdney Trunk Road-  	
Central Arterial— — __ 	
Arterial..	
Arterial	
1.96
3.53
6.14
14b
15b
North Road (east half) ._ 	
Secondary
1.40
1.12
Delta- _ -	
80r
Ladner Marsh Road _	
Arterial	
1.12
68a
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu Rd.)
Primary. __
9.00
69a
Scott Road (western portion) 	
Primary—	
5.15
	
40b
Boundary Bay Road  	
Secondary.	
7.80
87b
Parte of Bridge Street and Westminster Avenue  _ __	
Secondary    .
0.52 Z 34
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1939—Cont'd.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Delta       	
99b
103 b
76r
82r
26r
60a
3r
77r
71b
22r
59r
69r
73b
4r
12r
23r
77b
96b
3lR
63 a
36b
73a
66a
56b
40r
42r
29b
21r
92 b
78b
74b
75b
79b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29R
52r
30R
84R
57 a
85b
104b
38R
2-*B
26b
76b
63 R
62R
32b
6R
7R
61R
59B
60b
41R
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial __
Primary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial—	
Arterial.	
0.78
0.93
13.72
10.82
4.04
12.46
2.00
0.74
7.88
5.45
9.10
13.00
7.16
4.59
3.23
5.89
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
1.60
8.25
12.75
4.90
11.68
2.54
13.60
8.60
2.37
2.50
4.73
1.00
	
0.77
........
1.55
1.00
Kelowna-Vernon ._  	
Trans-Provincial (Deroche-Agassiz
Road and Agassiz Ferry Road) __._
Kent              -   .         	
	
Trans-Provincial  —   _.
Aldergrove-Bellingham __.	
1.10
Port Hammond Loop —	
Port Kaney Loop —    ■ _
River Rd. and Dewdney Trunk Rd..
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial    	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial _	
Primary	
Secondary
Primary .
Primary ._	
Secondary 	
Arterial 	
Arterial 	
Secondary ..
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary ._
Secondary...
10.80
Abbotsford-Mission 	
15.50
2.00
Cowichan Lake Road  	
4.25
Dollarton Highway 	
Marine Drive (Robson Road)    "	
Mountain Highway._ _	
Peachland-Kelowna  	
Summerland-Penticton-Oliver Rd.
Penticton-Naramata _. 	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
Road)          —.    	
Peachland .__ 	
1.73
5.50
3.50
Harris Road     	
1.90
1.70
0.90
2.00
No. 5 Road —_ —	
Secondary
Secondary 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial _	
Primary _.	
Secondary
Secondary .....
Arterial
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial...
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial  ,.
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial     .
6.28
Steveston Highway 	
Island Highway ..    	
Quadra Street and Saanich Road   _
West Saanich Road _	
East Saanich Road   	
Scott Road and portion of Mount
Newton Cross-road  	
Verdier Avenue   —	
Keating Cross-road	
Glanford Avenue and portions of
Carey Road and Douglas Street ...
Trans-Provincial   '
Salmon Arm-Enderby _ _	
2.90
Salmon Arm — _.—
2.00
3.16
4.20
6 25
Spallumcheen 	
Canoe Road 	
Vernon-Salmon Arm  	
Vernon-Kamloops 	
3.25
7 10
Sumas  _ _.
Trans-Provincial   	
Abbotsford-Huntingdon	
Yale Road	
Vye Road  ■	
Vedder Mountain   __._	
Penticton-Kelowna __ _	
3.00
3.75 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Z 35
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1939—Cont'd.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Surrey   _	
West Vancouver _
Village Municipalities.
Abbotsford  	
Burns Lake __.._ 	
Chapman Camp._
Creston  _.
Gibsons Landing .
Hope _	
Mission .
New Denver ..
Pouce Coupe
Quesnel _ ..__.
Silverton	
Smithers 	
Stewart
Terrace
Tofino  	
Vanderhoof ,
Williams Lake _
15R
2r
13r
7Sa
61a
90b
69b
89r
67a
71a
72a
5r
11r
49R
65a
105b
45r
7 Or
46r
8lR
25R
93b
97B
88 r
83r
47R
90r
50r
58b
72r
51r
67B
86r
48r
64r
79r
Peace Arch Highway   	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road).—
Pacific Highway  	
Scott Road Extension „. ____	
Scott Road (eastern portion) —
Campbell River Road  —_.
McLellan Road .__ _ 	
Marine Drive Addition	
Marine Drive  _ 	
Nelson Avenue   	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
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Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)  	
Abbotsford-Mission  _ 	
Prince Rupert Highway 	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road ...
Fifth Avenue, Third Avenue, and
portion of Main Road  _	
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road)....
Pender Harbour Highway  	
Trans-Provincial (Water Street) ...
Hope-Princeton. _   ,_.
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
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Afcbotsford-Mission Road (Home
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Seventh Street and Grand Avenue „
Cedar Valley Road (easterly half)...
S'ocan Valley-Nakusp Highway .._._
Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe
Cariboo Road    ._  	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway  ...
Prince Rupert Highway ..     	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road   . 	
Stewart-Bear River Highway __
Prince Rupert Highway ___ ___
Ka.um Street      ___.
Tofino-Ucluelet Road —_ 	
Prince Rupert Highway  	
Fort St. James Highway 	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road _
Arterial _	
14.11
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12.91
Arterial —	
9.55
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Secondary	
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Arterial	
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Arterial	
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0.83
Arterial	
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Arterial	
0.98
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1.52
Arterial	
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Arterial 	
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Secondary ......
Arterial ...
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Arterial	
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Arterial	
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Arterial	
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Arterial 	
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Arterial	
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Arterial	
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0.52
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0.44
6.99
11.13
0.41
0.40
2.50
2.50
0.42
0.70
0.50
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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 , 	
30.47
273.75
18.06
322.28
322.28
5.40
59.32
0.18
4.96
125.51
3.47
64.90
133.94
5.15
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
PART V. OF THE " HIGHWAY ACT."
MOTOR CARRIERS—STATEMENT OF LICENCE-PLATES ISSUED DURING
LICENCE-YEAR ENDED FEBRUARY 28th, 1939.
Number of Licences issued.
Renewals.
New
Replace,
ments.
Transfer.
Substitute
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A. Public Passenger.vehicles.. 	
B. Limited Passenger-vehicles (more than seven pas
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C. Limited Passenger-vehicles (seven passengers and
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167
2,052
56
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L. Private Freight-vehicles (other than farmers)   ...
3,880
5,071
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3,715
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TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Cariboo Road Toll-house and Scale Pit, Yale:
W. Coulson    	
Chas. E. Davis .
Motor-vehicle Building and Testing Station, Vancouver:
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd	
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co., Ltd..
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd	
Northern Construction Co., Ltd...
A. Sullivan    	
Office Building, Kamloops :
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co., Ltd..
Pacific Engineers, Ltd  ..
A. W. Cassidy & Co. (B.C.), Ltd...
H. J. Davies — 	
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd	
The Dominion Construction Co., Ltd	
Turley Bros	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd..
F. R. McCharles  ._	
Supervisor's Residence, Colquitz :
L. G. Scott --.	
M. P. Paine & Co._
A. McKinty	
Williams, Trerise & Williams, Ltd...
Warren Construction Co., Ltd _
C. Whitehead (no cheque)	
Alterations to Motor-vehicle Building, New Westminster :
W. Hayman and C. W. Philp	
F. H. Shaw & Son-
A. Legge 	
Rodger Construction Co., Ltd..
J. Hyslop 	
Chas. T. Cox -	
W. A. Coulson..   	
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd-
Alterations to Provincial Laboratory, Hornby Street, Vancouver :
Rodger Construction Co., Ltd	
H. J. Morgan .
$2,197.00
Awarded.
$2,485.00
169,929.00
Awarded.
$172,450.00
174,200.00
177,125.00
180,000.00
26,995.00      Awarded
$28,376.00
28,948.00
28,963.00
29,150.00
29,274.00
29,500.00
29,950.00
32,125.91
5,058.00
$5,149.00
5,187.00
5,188.00
5,375.00
4,900.00
2,570.00
Awarded.
$2,846.86
2,847.60
2,890.00
2,900.00
2,918.00
2,460.00
2,595.00
Awarded.
$2,700.00
(Tender does not
include electrical
work.)
(Tender does not
include electrical
work or plumbing.)
Awarded.    (Alterations, $2,065 ;
painting, exterior
$265, interior
$245.)
(Alterations,
$1,774 J painting,
exterior $359,
interior $567.)
I Z 46
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS—Continued.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
1
$2,840.00 ,
2,858.00
2,954.00
2,961.00
3,030.00
3,057.22
3,170.00
18,407.00
$2,492 ; painting,
exterior $348.)
$2,100; painting,
exterior $383,
■   interior $375.)
$2,210 ; painting,
exterior $376,
interior $368.)
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd.-	
(Alterations,
$2,229 ; painting,
exterior $418,
interior $383.)
Geo. Nuttall & Son	
(Alterations,
$2,470 ; painting,
exterior $400,
interior $300.)
Government Building, Powell River :
W. Gebbie   ...	
$19,490.00
19,971.00
20,490.00
21,071.00
21,264.00
23,487.00
A. W. Cassidy & Co. (B.C.), Ltd  	
H. J. G. Morgan  _	 TENDERS.
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ROADS.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Peace Arch Highway Extension, Section 1:
Construction, Yale Road to McLellan Road, 5.78 Miles:
Dawson, "Wade & Co., Ltd _ _   .	
$120,726.16
Awarded.
$122,148.05
124,954.73
128,110.99
137,587.44
91,323.83
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd _ _	
Peace Arch Highway Extension, Section 2:
Construction, Nicomekl River to McLellan Road, 2.8 Miles:
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd _	
$92,604.70
93,664.19
94,858.68
97,536.34
102,932.95
9,207.40
Coquitlam Road, No. 10r :
Reconstruction at Essondale, 0.1/3 Miles:
$9,564.26
9,587.50
11,099.50
11,674.50
12,556.20
19,279.80
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
Victoria-Sooke Highway :
Reconstruction, Miles 10.85 to 12.20:
$19,451.88
19,499.06
21,494.14
29,045.10
22,564.92
Trans-Canada Highway :
Revision at Laidlaw, 2 Miles:
Holmes & Wilson Trucking Co., Ltd., and Murphy's Cartage & Excavat-
$27,389.30
28,887.10
31,103.08
31,618.50
31,890.60
36,073.80
41,803.54
29,988.00
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd . _ _	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd _ __ _ -.__	
Island Highway, Malahat Section :
Reconstruction, Mile 19.83 to Mite 20.H:
$31,354.00
31,514.00
31,956.00
33,289.00
34,640.00
35,081.50
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	 Z 48
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ROADS—Continued,
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities-
Remarks.
Project No. 16:
Kingsgate-Radium Highway:
Reconstruction  of  following-  sections:    Kimberley,   Kimborley-Ta   Ta
Creek,   Ta  Ta   Creek,   Springbrook,   Springbrook-Mud   Creek,   Mud
Creek, Canal Flats-
General Construction Co., Ltd   _,__ ... ... 	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd...
Mannix and Davidson..	
Associated Engineering Co., Ltd..
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd....	
Marine Drive, Point Grey—Protection-work :
Improvements to Spanish Banks :
Coast Quarries, Ltd  __ _	
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd.„._
Associated Engineering Co., Ltd.	
Nickson Construction Co., Ltd 	
General Construction Co., Ltd  	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd _
Holmes & Wilson Trucking Co., Ltd...
$228,182.25
$233,093.29
236,741.18
257,148.00
272,544.10
29,752.75
$31,923.00
34,522.50
35,135.00
37,795.00
41,139.00
47,143.80
Awarded.
Awarded.
PERRIES.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tender.
Remarks.
Kelowna-Westbank Ferry :
Construction of Steel Hull, Complete with Fittings, ready for Installation
of Machinery:
$83.372.20
83,533.60    | Awarded.
$119,784.00 INVENTORY OF ROAD MACHINERY AND PLANT.
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
FERRIES—RECORD OF TRAFFIC, FISCAL YEAR 1938-39.
Name of Ferry.
Type.
No. of
Round
Trips.
Autos,
Buses,
and
Motorcycles.
Trucks.
Rigs.
Passengers
(excluding
Drivers).
Tons of
Freight.
Horses,
Cattle,
etc.
Ferries operated by
Department.
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
Gas-boat and scow	
Pontoon (reaction) 	
Pontoon (reaction)	
Pontoon (reaction)
Scow and power-cable ..
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
1,469
1,667
7,496
1,208
9,196
2,748
31,613
5,574
79
1,536
4,773
583
4,532
5,350
1,886
1,668
1,219
981
10,485
10,549
3,547
1,581
3,485
6,836
4,290
915
14,488
3,237
941
2,451
5,161
6,580
21,182
2,589
1,749
1,674
42
5,967
7,119
6,265
3,863
652
6,114
186
833
1,754
848
853
6,981
2,093
207
272
171
176
81
2,694
2,245
16,824
1,793
11,421
3,756
281,055
19,851
159
9,145
8,207
1,536
4,230
12,908
2,084
2,110
5,523
1,516
30,487
32,368
7,143
2,241
5,761
142,678
5,800
25,713
16,324
5,621
1,887
2,857
11,660
20,605
398,716
5,347
2,621
12,952
66
19,099
16,009
11.238
7,835
1,349
48,188
754
11,549
6,385
8,748
14,613
87,458
20,062
43
142
2,526
17
679
149
20,023
472
11
468
288
76
310
5,965
136
125
769
Barnston Island-—	
5,593
2,915
Birch Island	
2,758
798
95,489
400
56
452
600
1,603
356
31,418
386
844
485
1,806
263
35
1,037
44
Castlegar  	
97
663
231
20
5,977
647
126
378
452
548
1,104
158
69
1,736
27
865
196
149
825
1,208
364
900
472
262
157
13
739
711
27
5,313
175
941
6,371
173
125
17
489
140
Crown Mountain 	
1
256
631
30
Pontoon (reaction)
Gas-boat and scow	
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
431
3,348
259
208
2,516
93
7,084
8,813
204
28
161
40,059
213
10,963
5,416
324
247
334
915
6,293
103,363
12
201
3,459
400
912
55
270
1,921
107
3,076
4,612
156
33
920
20,445
121
1,855
6,274
1,020
222
699
176
2,895
22,565
8
76
1,778
145
322
376
514
466
91
2,408
149
554
61
926
221
463
9
1,270
552
132
297
609
758
580
284
96
626
Finmoore 	
Fort Fraser	
1,224
8
3,967
2,059
211
14
1,843
16,775
264
1,919
4,896
491
78
559
274
1,830
14,026
146
76
618
Pontoon (reaction)	
Scow (reaction and
Scow and power-cable..
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction).
Pontoon (reaction)
* Power-ferry	
Pontoon (reaction)
*Steamboat —  	
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power)	
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction ).
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
Scow and power-cable _
Scow and power-cable ...
Pontoon (reaction)	
Pontoon (reaction)
Power-ferry 	
Gas-boat 	
High Bar _	
Isle de Pierre  ....
Kelowna-Westbank	
Kitwanga _ 	
Kootenay Lake 	
McLure __    '..
Miworth (I.R. No. 3)
Mount Olie 	
Nelson  -— 	
Remo  - 	
Sorrento-Scotch Creek _
Takla Lake 	
Taylor Flats (Peace River) —
12-Mile  	
Usk     	
Gas-boat and scow 	
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power)
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction)
3,714
4,352
376
643
4,247
2,286
853
481
1,192
57
429
529
3,992
845
531
118
Vavenby (North Thompson)
Vinsula (North Thompson)—
Subsidized Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale  	
28,688
109
2,605
568
6.518
57,233
10,942
2,963
13
20
586
27
Bowen Island  —
*Gas-boats	
350
345
1,221
5,872
1,127
14
Gabriola Island _   ,,	
Gulf Islands   	
*Power-ferry	
*Power-ferry...	
26
5
10
1,020
12
Ladner-Woodward 	
4
Mill Bay  .'. _	
Totals  ___	
417 045
I27.9aa
19,072
1,371,191
82,856
40,961
1
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ses the more important ferries o
such as basket-ferries, rowboats
perated or subsidi
small reaction fe
.ed by th
rries, ett
e Departm
ent and
s exclu- STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 57
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY.
Vote 153. Minister's Office   $12,274.40
Vote 154. Administration    330,208.84
Vote 155. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds __ 170,585.14
Vote 156. Government House   30,332.69
Vote 159. Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings.- 352,665.88
Vote 160. Highway Signs  2,350.00
Vote 161. Steam Boiler Inspection   $33,773.12
Less Boiler Inspection and Examiners'
Fees      33,763.12
10.00
Vote 162. Electrical Energy Inspection   16,998.35
Total, Votes 153, 154, 155, 156, 159, 160, 161, 162        $915,425.30
(For detail see Public Accounts.)
Vote 157. Roads   $1,442,495.09
Less Cariboo Highway Tolls   66,612.09
$1,375,883.00
Bridges          456,219.05
Ferries   $261,501.14
Ferries (credit)        57,190.45
204,310.69
Traffic Operation _ 131,164.08
Mining-roads   9,616.00
Launch " L & H "   6,766.78
Wharves   $11,961.29
Wharves  (credit)        9,158.79
  2,802.50
Equipment          145,403.40
Total, Vote 157       2,332,165.50
Vote 158. Local Highways within Municipal Limits   24,941.20
Vote 116. Grants in aid of Mining Roads and Trails   42,699.17
Special Warrant No. 6, City of New Westminster, refund re street-
railway tracks, north approach to Fraser River Bridge  13,102.19
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Buildings, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)—
Highways   $2,181.05
Roads to National Parks   1,814.91
Total expenditure, " B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a)  3,995.96
" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a) :   Highways   672.42
" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6 (a) —
Public Buildings        $255,920.40
Highways          650,687.47
Bituminous Surfacing          588,101.87
Roads to National Parks   $349,690.27
Less Dominion Government share      174,845.14
174,845.13
Bridges   39,492.67
Ferries   81,606.59
River-bank Protection   19,865.56
Total expenditure, " B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6 (a)      1,810,519.69
" Fraser River (New Westminster)  Bridge Act, 1935 "   23,736.02
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works  (P.C. 2013)—Highways   2,460.71
Provincial Works  (K)—Highways and Buildings   $1,755.40
Tranquille Water-supply  .  900.74
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 7th, 1937—
Assistance to Settlers  .         $17,093.34
Less Dominion Government contribution  '... 8,546.67
2,656.14
8,546.67
Carried forward    $5,180,920.97 Z 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward    $5,180,920.97
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, November 16th, 1937-
Farm Employment   $1,004.70
Less Dominion Government contribution   502.35
Highway Construction, November 16th, 1937, Agreement   $6,744.25
Less Dominion Government contribution   3,386.78
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 16th, 1938—
Mining-roads .       $341,768.18
Less Dominion Government contribution          227,845.35
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 16th, 1938—
Tourist Roads (Peace Arch Highway)        $246,947.20
Less Dominion Government contribution          148,168.32
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 19th, 1938—
Spanish Banks Improvement         $29,998.26
Stanley Park         19,997.27
502.35
3,357.47
113,922.83
98,778.88
$49,995.53
Less Dominion Government contribution   24,997.75
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 19th, 1938—
Playgrounds  ..  $9,390.24
Less Dominion Government contribution   4,695.14
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, November 8th, 1938—
Highway Construction        $264,065.63
Less Dominion Government contribution          130,616.95
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, November 8th, 1938—■
Farm Improvement and Employment         $15,025.33
Less Dominion Government contribution   7,512.66
24,997.78
4,695.10
133,448.68
7,512.67
Total expenditure, Public Works Department    $5,568,136.73
Labour Department—Unemployment Relief Fund.
(E.)  Municipal Direct Relief   $2,810,622.19
(L.)  Advances to Municipalities  (Works)    292.34
(F.)   Provincial Direct Relief   1,039,866.34
(G.)   Forestry (Non-contributory)   2,524.67
(G.)   Non-contributory    278,981.99
(H.)   Supervision   233,849.04
(J.)   Public Health   200,561.31
(R.)   Physically Unfit and Homeless Persons   205,782.80
(U.)   Physically Unfit  265,688.88
$5,038,169.56
Less Dominion Government grant       1,380,000.00
$3,658,169.56
(V.)  Single Homeless Men Repatriation Federal A/c. $85,289.68
Less Dominion Government contribution    54,186.18
  31,103.50
Total expenditure, Labour Department      3,689,273.06
Total expenditure, Public Works and Labour Departments     $9,257,409.79
Summary.
Gross expenditure, Public Works and Labour Departments  $11,589,437.53
Less Dominion Government contribution     $2,165,303.29
Revenue—Boiler Inspection, Cariboo Highway, Ferry and
Wharves Tolls         166,724.45
      2,332,027.74
$9,257,409.79 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 59
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—•" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Beaver Creek  $7,999.92
36. Zeballos Townsite   1,999.26
36. Zeballos    840.00
North Cassidy Gravel-pit  325.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $11,164.18
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
100. Canadian Highway   $15,403.33
156. Island Highway   1,999.32
703. South Wellington   6,294.44
101b. Third Avenue (secondary)    3,500.00
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing  :       27,197.09
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Beaver Creek   $1,745.23
66. Bamfield Trails   449.10
503. Brechin   200.00
100. Canadian Highway   8,195.44
10. Central Lake   1,623.12
11. Cherry Creek   327.23
311. Departure Bay  237.48
217. Errington   332.04
438. East Wellington   474.54
534. Fifth Street   159.30
156. Island Highway   5,256.84
462. Jingle Pot   849.65
34. Kitsuksus   457.70
38. Lake Shore   693.42
408. Mount Benson   203.00
701. Minetown   181.85
39. Maggie Lake   257.80
47. McCoy Lake   570.02
469. Nanaimo Lakes   1,023.35
237. North West Bay   197.36
North Cassidy Gravel-pit  1  325.00
588. Park Avenue   430.06
199. Peninsula Trail   220.60
594. Raines   502.85
707. Richardson  .  436.81
703. South Wellington   1,052.50
124. Sproat Lake-Kennedy Lake   329.71
51. Spud Creek   151.91
18. Tofino-Ucluelet     3,596.36
632. Townsite     623.89
727. Thatcher    174.50
126. Thornton   223.20
635. Waddington   161.21
359. Wellington Townsite  236.20
36. Zeballos   926.73
36. Zeballos Protection-work   1,923.40
3lR. Arterial Highway (Alberni)   63.50
53R. Arterial Highway  (Port Alberni)    648.87
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    4,309.56
Supervision   1,535.00
Tools and plant   1,799.49
Equipment-shed, Cassidy   442.96
Truck   3,761.86
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        47,310.64
Carried forward       $85,671.91 Z 60 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $85,671.91
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
76a. Primary Highway  (Alberni)    $69.50
39b. Secondary Highway (Alberni)    414.77
101b. Secondary Highway (Port Alberni)    4.20
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways   488.47
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
358. Bedwell River   $152.11
58. Cameron River (east)  :  321.27
59. Cameron River (west)   288.56
50. Coombs   201.80
94. Clarks   326.12
333. Cathedral  1,227.97
81a. Drinkwater   421.00
140. Douglas   171.72
277. Ford  ,  559.23
89. Grouse    677.98
276. Hospital   246.46
148. Haughen    193.68
83. Jolly   228.08
51. Jingle Pot No. 3   645.21
49. Jingle Pot No. 1   203.56
93. Kitsuksus   5,266.69
96a. Mission  245.32
106. McCoy Creek   215.01
20. Nanoose Overhead   251.78
19. Nanoose Creek   151.97
73. Niagara   267.42
9. Patterson    345.80
95. River Bend   162.06
98. Sproat Falls   159.00
92. Roger Creek   381.84
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    1,457.53
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance  ,.        14,769.17
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
72. Cowichan Trail   $99.11
191. Lucky Creek Trail  :  100.00
97. Taylor River Trail  124.83
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads   323.94
Vote 158—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Millston River Bridge improvement        $1,387.46
Total, Vote 158—Local Highways          1,387.46
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
277. Cable Crossing, Main Zeballos River   $399.54
72.  Cowichan Trail to Divide Group   100.00
191. Lucky Creek Trail  142.64
97. Trail from Taylor River to Ursus Creek  78.00
192. Trail from Fair Harbour to Kaouk River   500.00
190. Sandspit Creek Trail to Sylvier Group  200.00
53. Artlish River Trail   200.00
19.  China Creek   734.61
68. Bedwell River Trail   150.00
124. Kennedy Lake Trail (Project No. 54)   1,000.00
124. Kennedy Lake Trail (Project No. 53)   500.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         4,004.79
Carried forward   '.  $106,645.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 61
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $106,645.74
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1:
Mining-roads—
Project No. 52. Spud Valley Mine        $2,998.90
Project No. 7a. Zeballos Road Extension   999.91
Project No. 51. Havilah Mine          1,610.94
Project No. 7. Zeballos          8,497.31
Project No. 35. Zeballos-Nomash Trail (including Gold Valley Branch)           3,869.22
Project No. 55. Bedwell River  999.27
'    Project No. 54. Tractor-road from Ucluelet   (Tofino  Highway to Kennedy Lake)           2,447.81
Project No. 53. Tractor-road from Kennedy Lake to Kennedy Lake Gold Mines          2,459.75
$23,883.11
Less Dominion Government contribution       15,922.07
Total  expenditure,  Dominion-Provincial  Agreement:
Mining-roads        $7,961.04
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $128,815.92
(G.)   Non-contributory   10,235.21
(H.)   Supervision  7,997.22
(J.)    Public Health   9,982.73
$157,031.08
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund      164,992.12
Total expenditure, Alberni-Nanaimo District   $271,637.86
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
46. Atlin streets   $662.90
13. O'Donnel River   1,767.25
15. Ruby Creek   499.75
17. Spruce Creek   586.75
150. Whitewater Mine   200.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $3,716.65
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
46. Atlin streets   $166.00
13. O'Donnel River   520.00
15. Ruby Creek  724.00
17. Spruce Creek    2,049.50
Sundry roads (units under $150)   65.50
Stores—Unissued   925.97
Garage   ..  677.93
Plant and tools   351.34
Machinery    289.25
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc        5,769.49
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
36. Spruce Creek          $157.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   44.00
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance   201.00
Carried forward       $9,687.14 Z 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continued.
Brought forward       $9,687.14
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
157. Squaw Creek Trail   $250.00
150. Whitewater Mine         1,000.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,250.00
Total expenditure, Atlin District
(North)     $10,937.14
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Sundry roads  $398.25
Total, Capital Account—Roads          $398.25
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
61. Telegraph Creek streets   $246.00
Telegraph-Dease Lake          1,373.31
Tools and equipment          1,482.48
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    246.46
Total, Vote 157, Roads, Trails, etc         3,348.25
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
46. Little Muddy   $503.75
72. Tuya    146.28
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance  650.03
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
110. Boulder Creek (survey)   $300.00
110. Dease Lake-Turnagain River          1,248.65
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads        1,548.65
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
110. Boulder Creek (survey)    $282.18
110. Dease Lake-Turnagain River          1,223.70
161. Table Mountain Trail   250.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,755.8
Total    expenditure,    Atlin    District
(Stikine)    $7,701.06
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
63. Bear River  .'.       $2,073.31
Nass River Valley        1,575.50
66. Salmon River         2,240.16
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $5,888.97
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   River-bank
Protection.
River-bank protection (Stewart)        $9,992.41
Total, Capital Account—River-bank Protection        9,992.41
Carried forward            $15,881.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 63
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $15,881.38
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Bear River   $1,523.34
Big Missouri  160.74
Salmon River   519.31
Stewart-Hyder   218.50
Snow-removal    6,277.47
Supervision, General Foreman  3,499.74
Garage  1,343.73
Machinery   2,023.30
Plant and tools   601.40
Sundry roads (units under $150)   379.22
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc       16,546.75
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
120. Alice Arm Suspension   $1,351.44
81. Bear River  1,346.03
97. Marmot River   426.20
165. Seaax River   175.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   249.20
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        3,547.87
Vote 157—Ferries.
2-40-1. Upper Nass-Grease Harbour   $600.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries  .  600.00
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
70. Bitter Creek Trail  $50.00
99. Homeview Trail   12.50
104. Meziadin Trail to Porter Creek   100.00
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads  162.50
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
76. Alice Trail to Esperanza   $300.00
67. American Creek (Upper)   150.00
70. Bitter Creek Trail   50.00
171. Copper Cliff Trail   50.00
99. Homeview Trail   12.50
83. Illiance   75.00
70. Lucky Date   500.00
142. Marmot River  .  100.00
104. Meziadin Trail to Porter Creek   100.00
185. McGrath Mountain   50.00
219. Ontario Mine  50.00
155. Oral " M " Trail   248.95
177 Red Point   75.00
184 Saddle Mountain   200.00
222. Tyee-Highlander   50.00
Tidewater-Molybdenum   100.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc       $2,111.45
Total   expenditure,   Atlin   District
(South)  $38,849.95 Z 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ATLIN DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1:
Mining-roads—
Project No. 43. Dease Lake-Boulder Creek   $3,181.32
Project No. 14. Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake   11,601.69
Project No. 30. Sulphurettes Creek Trail   1,467.90
Project No. 12. Big Missouri Mine   9,997.94
Project No. 45. Road  Between  International  Boundary  and
Premier Mine   997.00
Project No. 22. Dolly Varden Railway   11,670.31
Project No. 31. O'Donnel River  ..  1,000.00
Project No. 16. American Creek Trail   5,496.05
Project No. 23. Upper Kitsault Trail   1,194.00
$46,606.21
Less Dominion Government contribution        31,070.81
$15,535.40
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief        $1,362.50
(J.)  Public Health   347.39
$1,709.89
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund     $17,245.29
Total expenditure, Atlin District      $74,733.44
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
10r. Coquitlam Road at Essondale      $11,999.97
Total, Capital Account—Roads  .     $11,999.97
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  River-bank Protection.
Coquitlam River channel improvements       $5,000.00
Total, Capital Account—River-bank Protection          5,000.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
15b. Clarke   $500.00
19r. Dewdney Trunk          1,921.56
62a. Grandview-Douglas  .  386.54
14r. Hastings-Barnet           2,928.65
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing         5,736.75
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
10r. Coquitlam    $2,436.32
18r. Dewdney Trunk  690.14
19r. Dewdney Trunk   1,638.65
20r. Dewdney Trunk   591.55
14r. Hastings-Barnet   1,841.04
57r. loco-Port Moody   533.25
Ir. Kingsway   1,830.97
Ir. Kingsway  (survey)    1,999.98
Plant and tools   493.44
Sundry roads (units less than $100)   244.20
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        12,299.54
Carried forward     $35,036.26 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 65
ft
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $35,036.26
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
62a. Grandview-Douglas   $670.54
22b. Riverway            ...      .. 232.54
14b. North          .... 47.15
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways   950.23
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
10-18. Coquitlam    $482.96
Colony Farm   855.39
River-bank protection, Coquitlam River channel   155.72
Sundry bridges (units less than $100)   158.15
Total, Vote 157—Bridges          1,652.22
Vote 157—Traffic Operation  (Snow-removal).
Sundry roads (units less than $100)   $243.12
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)   243.12
Vote 158—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Coquitlam    $417.50
' Total, Vote 158—Local Highways   417.50
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $1,472.90
(G.)   Non-contributory   258.30
(H.)   Supervision   203.00
(J.)    Public Health   3,989.19
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        5,923.39
Total expenditure, Burnaby District      $44,222.72
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
10. Cariboo   $8,864.77
32. Fraser    244.40
38. Barkerville   ,  695.74
58. Quesnel-Blackwater    294.40
59. Nazko    730.44
79. Alexandria Ferry (east)   830.11
Quesnel Yard   305.55
Sundry roads (units under $150)   184.40
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $12,149.81
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Equipment.
Equipment  .       $6,900.20
Total, Capital Account—Equipment          6,900.20
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
5. Keithley   $730.01
10. Cariboo         5,188.40
11. Williams Lake Cut-off   296.75
Carried forward       $6,215.16    $19,050.01 Z 66
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought forward
23.
29.
31.
32.
33.
38.
48.
58.
59.
60.
67.
71.
175.
47r.
Soda Creek-McLeese Lake
Barkerville-Bear  Lake 	
Barkerville-Yanks Peak ..
Fraser 	
Alexandria Ferry (east)
B arkerville 	
Ewing 	
Quesnel-Blackwater 	
Nazko  	
Quesnel-Hydraulic
Willow River-Sugar Creek
Morris  	
Meadow Creek
Cariboo Road (Village of Quesnel)
Sundry roads (units under $150) ...
Garage  	
Warehouses 	
Machinery  	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Supervision  	
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
5. Antler Creek ...
83. Malone 	
90. Keithley Creek
97. Quesnel River .
119. Mackay 	
120. Udy Creek ...
128   ~
133
198
Willow River No. 1
Little Cottonwood .
Lowhee Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:
Maintenance
Vote 157—Ferries.
1. Fraser River-Alexandria 	
2. Quesnel River-Gravel Creek
3. Fraser River-Macalister 	
4. Fraser River-Soda Creek ....
Total, Vote 157—Ferries ....
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads
$6,215.16    $19,050.01
154.67
313.38
1,611.17
2,261.48
170.10
5,956.69
154.40
521.36
626.08
255.43
173.36
241.68
185.60
291.94
2,326.08
1,563.92
3.20
4,545.43
795.66
2,979.76
$160.00
827.50
3,177.73
1,482.88
401.53
187.24
286.55 ,
10,727.97
209.22
722.77
$1,567.73
1,017.28
1,513.62
2,250.65
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
Road to leases of W. D. and J. W. Jones, Cottonwood River, from
Quesnel-Barkerville Road   $50.00
Cariboo Hudson-Yanks Peak  124.13
Hardscrabble   175.00
Keithley-Yanks Peak Trail   91.00
Hixon Creek   5.85
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
5. Keithley  ....
10. Cariboo 	
38. Barkerville
$854.31
1,674.02
7,909.67
264.82
31,435.43
18,183.39
6,349.28
445.98
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)   10,702.82
Carried forward ;     $86,166.91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 67
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward     $86,166.91
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
100.    Hixon Creek   $120.38
109. Placer-mining Lease No. 3848 Trail   50.00
114-1 14a. Cinema to May Lake (Hugh Lake)  .  400.00
115. Norton Creek Trail   24.80
116. Willow River Moose Horn Trail  150.00
122B. Hogshead Trail   50.00
128a. Swift River-Sovereign Creek  250.00
133b. Hardscrabble Creek  174.84
137.    Old Barkerville   246.62
138c. French Creek   131.00
139G. Canadian Creek Trail  50.00
139h. Cariboo Hudson-Yanks Peak  125.08
139i.   Cunningham Creek Trail  150.00
141.    Grouse Creek Lower Antler Trail  50.00
144.    Quesnel-Hydraulic   331.45
157.    Likely-Cedar Creek   374.70
157d. Placer-mining Lease No. 3083 Trail  50.00
166. Wing Sang Gold Mine Trail  192.00
167. Keithley-Yanks Peak Trail  99.39
167a. Placer-mining Lease No. 3191 Trail  74.80
167d. Baker and Peeling Leases Trail   44.80
191.    W. D. and J. W. Jones Leases   50.00
110. McMillan Trail   100.00
lllA. Baker-Johnson-Herrick Leases Trail   74.80
$3,364.66
Likely-Keithley  (credit)  ,  139.61
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        3,225.05
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1:
Mining-roads—
Project No. 3. Cariboo Hudson Mine   $16,755.79
Project No. 2. Quesnel-Barkerville   16,108.58
Project No. 21. Hixon Creek   1,035.72
Project No. 39. Quesnel-Hydraulic    5,037.09
Project No. 4. Yanks Peak   5,032.20
$43,969.38
Less Dominion Government contribution        29,312.92
$14,656.46
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $15,877.61
(G.)   Non-contributory    1,577.60
(H.)   Supervision   783.00
(J.)   Public Health   1,600.15
$19,838.36
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund       34,494.82
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)   $123,886.78
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
313. Bradley Creek          $297.85
18. Chilcotin ....         1,661.98
Carried forward         $1,959.83 Z 68
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
Capital Account—•" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
318. Canim Lake 	
Cariboo 	
Dog Creek-Churn Creek ..
Eagle Creek
10.
329.
332.
370.
371.
395.
11.
Mile 93-Bridge Lake North	
Mile 100-Roe Lake 	
Roe Lake 	
Williams Lake Cut-off	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
$1,959.83
449.85
887.51
619.01
1,381.64
587.36
190.33
438.38
1,928.97
208.39
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $8,651.27
411.
417.
314.
306.
2.
435.
10.
18.
318.
328.
330.
329.
332.
334.
419.
342.
421.
422.
15.
352.
355.
370.
358.
371.
375.
383.
364.
386.
389.
392.
398.
433.
425.
11.
37.
79R
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
Alexis Creek-Nazko 	
Beaver Valley 	
Bridge Lake (north) 	
Big Creek
Beaver Lake-Beaver Mouth
Battlement Creek 	
Cariboo	
Chilcotin 	
Canim Lake 	
Deka Lake ..
Donnelly
Dog Creek-Churn Creek
Eagle Creek	
Empire Valley _.
Horsefly
Hanceville-Canoe
Horsefly Lake
Horsefly-Quesnel Lake
Likely 	
Lake        	
Lone Butte-Horse Lake	
Mile 93-Bridge Lake 	
Meldrum Creek—Fraser River
Mile 100-Roe Lake 	
Mile 108-Horsefly 	
Mile 168-Williams Lake 	
McKinley-Ogden   	
North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake
Pigeon  	
Redstone-Chezacut  ..
Spokin Lake
Taseko Lake-Taylor Windfall Mine
Taseko Lake 	
Upper Horsefly   	
Williams Lake Cut-off .....
Williams Lake-57-Mile
Williams Lake-Soda Creek  (arterial)
Camp equipment 	
Garage and warehouse 	
Plant and tools 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 157—Roads
Roads, Trails,
$352.00
178.40
577.13
374.20
2,386.10
443.79
4,153.61
6,181.73
1,297.30
363.22
294.40
341.20
305.10
368.90
1,129.82
969.81
157.58
307.36
1,958.21
192.70
232.90
1,614.41
313.60
385.13
668.46
249.10
156.80
154.80
169.60
603.25
393.20
2,328.02
367.94
271.00
1,624.09
1,979.83
316.36
290.10
761.80
4,722.18
2,667.54
42,602.67
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
377. North Fork-Riske Creek
310. Churn Creek Suspension _
433. Sitkum Jim	
$211.77
284.58
848.82
Carried forward       $1,344.57    $51,253.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Z 69
Reg. No.
469. Houseman-Buffalo
467. Andy Stuart 	
459. Kleena Kleene 	
341. Chilcotin  	
400. Mikkelsen 	
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)—Continued.
Vote 157—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  	
340. Chilcotin Suspension
471. Beaver Lake, No. 2 ...
461. McClinchy   	
472. 3-Mile, No. 2  	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance
$1,344.57 $51,253.94
249.94
310.63
330.10
173.34
219.60
257.62
464.81
220.18
202.40
1,197.66
4,971.45
Vote 157—Ferries.
11.
Woodjam 	
McKinley Cable
Total, Vote 157—Ferries
$23.85
53.20
77.05
Vote 157—Traffic Operation.
417. Beaver Valley 	
314. Bridge Lake North 	
10. Cariboo  	
18. Chilcotin     	
318. Canim Lake 	
419. Horsefly 	
15. Likely 	
355. Lone Butte-Horse Lake
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake ....
37. Williams Lake-57-Mile
Sundry roads (units under $150)  	
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation
$217.17
213.40
928.30
1,298.41
334.43
1,102.52
1,944.56
238.32
677.29
543.06
696.13
8,193.59
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
6-77. Road from Hanceville to Taseko Lake (Clinton Mining Division)     $147.43
6-78. Trail following eastern side of Tatlayoko Lake (Clinton Mining Division)     50.00
2-172. Archie Creek Trail  (Quesnel Mining Division)    62.50
3-25.    Hobson Creek Trail   248.93
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads 	
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
6-78.    Trail following eastern side of Tatlayoko Lake
2-171. Quesnel Lake Road from Horsefly	
2-172. Archie Creek Trail      	
6-77.    Road from Hanceville to Taseko Lake 	
6-210. Mountain Trail 	
6-77A. Fall Creek Trail 	
3-25.    Hobson Creek Trail 	
$50.00
249.48
62.50
150.00
275.00
300.00
248.64
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc..
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1:
Mining-roads—
Project No. 37. Chilcotin Road, Redstone to Anaham 	
Project No. 18. Williams Lake-Likely	
$2,773.27
6,955.27
508.86
1,335.62
Carried forward       $9,728.54    $66,340.51 Z 70
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward  	
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1:
Mining-roads—Continued.
Project No. 42. Hobson Creek Pack-trail 	
Project No. 28. Priority Mine 	
Project No. 10. Battlement Creek 	
Less Dominion Government contribution
),728.54    $66,340.51
2,500.00
1,466.52
2,999.36
$16,694.42
11,129.51
$5,564.91
(F.)  Direct Relief 	
(G.)   Non-contributory
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)    Public Health 	
Labour Department.
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South) ....
$8,502.74
558.31
2,613.09
633.93
$12,308.07
17,872.98
$84,213.49
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Grade Crossings.
Reg. No.
13. Hope-Rosedale  (revision at Laidlaw-C.N.R.)       $12,833.58
        8,933.51
Less Dominion Government contribution
Total, Capital Accounts—Grade Crossings       $3,900.07
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   River-bank
Protection.
River-bank protection at Rosedale        $3,877.80
Total, Capital Account—River-bank Protection
3,877.80
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway      $18,243.72
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway
9r. Rosedale  Ferry 	
12r. Abbotsford-Mission 	
13.    Hope-Rosedale 	
5,446.31
1,247.06
9,909.94
21,754.32
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        56,601.35
4.
6.
13.
31.
32.
34.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Chilliwack River
Columbia Valley
Hope-Rosedale  ...
Sumas Mountain
Huntingdon Townsite 	
Huntingdon ...	
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon
$297.30
2,279.04
7,316.39
283.60
945.44
164.60
4,209.57
5,979.63
2,365.13
Carried forward       $23,840.70    $64,379.22 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 71
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued,
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $23,840.70    $64,379.22
Reg. No.
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway   2,043.71
12R. Abbotsford-Mission  5,027.52
6lR. Yale   1  819.73
Matsqui River  (bank-protection)     2,293.34
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,172.36
Plant and tools  3,901.86
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.       39,099.22
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Classified
Roads.
61b. Vedder Mountain          $210.31
62b. Sardis   838.50'
Total, Vote 157—Classified Roads          1,048.81
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
5-1.    Overhead   $1,926.13
5-9.    Starr   451.92
5-29. Sumas  Canal   160.70
5-32. Smith Falls   423.15
5-35. Fire Ranger's Cabin  292.35
5-49. Allison Creek   255.32
5-59. No. 1 Ditch  505.13
5-84. Jones Creek, No. 1  1,551.10
5-85. Jones Creek, No. 2 1  567.54
5-94. Jones Creek   3,110.20
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,336.78
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance       10,580.32
Vote 157—Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale        $7,423.56
Herrling Island  ..  383.22
Rosedale Landing   78.75
Total, Vote 157—Ferries          7,885.53
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
13.    Hope-Rosedale   $331.96
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway   154.05
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway      258.15
Sundry roads (units under $150)      1,166.89
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)          1,911.05
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $6,024.84
(G.)  Non-contributory  ..  557.18
(H.)   Supervision     241.30
(J.)   Public Health   325.45
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund         7,148.77
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District  $132,052.92 Z 72 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Project No. 15, Golden (south).... $2,882.70
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Project No. 16, Sinclair Diversion 500.00
1. Kootenay-Columbia   Highway,   Project   No.   16,   Shuswap   and
Stoddart Diversion   2,534.00
203.  Second Avenue, Golden   178.95
207. First Street, Golden   60.35
208. River Avenue, Golden  178.95
210. Calgary Street, Golden  77.77
214. River Street West, Golden   305.02
226. Third Avenue, Golden   506.63
258. Fourth Avenue, Golden   806.47
Total,  Capital Account—Roads  .       $8,030.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads to
National Parks.
1. Kootenay-Columbia   Highway,   Project   No.   16,   Shuswap   and
Stoddart Diversion        $5,783.29
Less Dominion Government contribution          2,891.65
Total, Capital Account—Roads to National Parks          2,891.64
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway        $8,346.51
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  (surveys, etc.)           1,138.35
2. West Side          1,527.54
4. Toby  I  173.31
5. Horse Thief  :  172.76
6. Athalmer   186.45
13. Canyon Creek   284.58
87. Trans-Canada Highway (Kicking Horse section)   1,054.33
280. Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend section)   3,879.90
301. Almberg    358.68
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   2,345.52
Garage operation   4,345.16
Repairs  (District Vote units)    2,991.64
Cost   (new machinery units)    ■.  450.00
Plant and tools   68.15
Tax account   1,484.20
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        28,807.08
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
4. Kicking Horse   $673.65
5. Horse Creek   502.84
10. Canyon Creek  948.42
40. Kootenay   197.37
46. Toby   160.87
126. Kushis     212.60
141. Lapelle     152.45
160. Blaeberry   296.15
186. Whim   199.96
237. Bluewater .  167.20
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,149.40
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance          4,660.91
Vote 157—Ferries:   Maintenance.
8. Donald          $807.91
Richters Basket   140.04
Total, Vote 157—Ferries:   Maintenance  .  947.95
Carried forward       $45,338.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Z 73
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  	
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Reg. No.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Repairs  (District Vote units)  	
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation  (Snow-removal)
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
32. Hot Punch 	
145. Quartz Creek Trail
155. Toby Creek 	
$372.05
306.42
71.10
$37.20
104.19
26.10
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
113. Canyon Creek Trail
155. Toby Creek 	
141. Paradise Mine 	
145. Quartz Creek Trail _
$173.50
173.35
298.83
37.20
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief 	
(G.)  Non-contributory
(H.)  Supervision 	
(J.)  Public Health .....
$24,667.99
2,991.41
1,006.10
1,201.20
$45,338.42
749.57
167.49
682.88
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        29,866.70
Total expenditure, Columbia District      $76,805.06
Capital Account-
COMOX DISTRICT.
B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
       $4,360.34
         3,171.00
         3,899.91
         1,223.80
32,651.57
2. Anderton 	
9. Cumberland 	
11. Royston  	
14. Lazo  	
196. Island Highway 	
196. Island Highway (preparatory work)        10,512.05
373. Seaview    194.30
439. Burnham   178.60
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing      $56,191.57
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Alert Bay 	
2. Anderton 	
8. Comox 	
9. Cumberland ..
10. Headquarters
11. Royston  	
12. Bevan 	
13. Comox Lake .
14. Lazo 	
$445.20
166.22
985.06
1,550.45
1,850.86
965.90
635.16
298.45
970.35
Carried forward         $7,867.65    $56,191.57 Z 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $7,867.65    $56,191.57
Reg. No.
49. Campbell River   836.14
51. East   490.43
52. Lacon   316.67
54. Denman   552.60
56. North-west   460.24
67. Knight  370.36
71. Hardy Bay  452.03
76. Central    349.77
77. Goose Spit   211.82
93. Lake Trail   609.02
96. Little River   492.04
105. Dove Creek   551.59
111. Merville   1,166.55
113. Tsolum River   390.17
119. Minto   — 310.69
131. Malcolm Island   497.90
162. Sayward   1,313.12
185. Cape Mudge   154.72
188. Heriot Bay   382.56
189. Hyacinth Bay  163.23
191. West   257.80
196. Island Highway  13,663.59
202. Masters    275.77
267. Read Island   287.65
291. Wilkinson   858.62
331. Coombs   195.64
337. Gilbert   262.10
341. Hilliers    430.64
343. Holberg-Cape Scott   393.37
349. Lowery    156.10
382. Green and Illstadt   158.55
Sundry roads   4,211.94
32r. Arterial  534.10
Salaries   890.67
Garage operation   1,412.73
Cost   689.00
Plant and tools   3,462.47
Surveys    1,493.97
Snow-removal equipment   134.58
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        47,708.59
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
77a. Primary (Courtenay)   $50.60
3b. Secondary (Courtenay)   94.87
34b. Secondary (Cumberland)   266.30
35b. Secondary (Cumberland)   6.00
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways   417.77
Vote 157—Bridges.
26. Cooks Creek   $3,141.35
29. Courtenay River   2,306.89
30. Courtenay Slough  1,793.73
31. Cougar Creek  884.20
33. Beach   155.60
56. Campbell River   806.86
115. Oyster River   358.50
124. Bevan   378.55
125. Condensery   249.83
128. Quinsam  304.83
Carried forward '.     $10,380.34 $104,317.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 75
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Bridges—Continued.
Brought forward  $10,380.34 $104,317.93
Reg. No.
138. Rees    186.00
188. Sidney   565.02
227. Isbister   177.80
260. McLaughlin   677.32
Sayward Bridges   2,031.99
382. Simms and Erickson (culverts)  .  2,706.43
412. Erickson   3,270.00
413. Simms   3,219.26
Sundry   3,309.32
Total, Vote 157—Bridges       26,523.48
Vote 157—Ferries.
Denman Island  •       $3,650.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries           3,650.00
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Cypress Mineral Claim   $75.00
Geiler Group Trail  147.90
Kains Lake Trail   75.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  297.90
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $48,240.73
(G.)   Non-contributory    4,948.18
(H.)   Supervision   2,880.15
(J.)   Public Health   4,418.43
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        60,487.49
Total expenditure, Comox District   $195,276.80
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a) :   Roads.
132. Island Highway       $1,100.00
Total, Capital Account, 1929—Roads        $1,100.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
3lR. Arterial Highway   $1,001.57
132.    Island Highway   34.40
132.    Island Highway (Cowichan Bay)    15,542.55
3lR. Arterial Highway  (surveys)     499.75
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads        17,078.27
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
31r. Arterial Highway        $3,269.10
23.    Cowichan Lake         7,259.13
132.    Island Highway          6,629.04
132.    Island Highway (Cowichan Bay)           5,730.43
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        22,887.70
Carried forward..-..      $41,065.97 Z 76
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE BISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
Vote 157:—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
10.
23.
181.
85.
50.
86.
55.
132.
61.
87.
208.
91.
84.
24.
234.
98.
95.
106.
110.
113.
238.
Bennie Yellow Point
Cowichan  Lake 	
Cowichan Bay 	
Doole   	
Glenora  	
Hill 	
Holden-Corso 	
Island Highway	
Indian 	
Miller  ......
Mayo 	
Mount Sicker 	
Michael   	
North Shore 	
North Road 	
Old Trunk 	
Old Koksilah 	
Quennel 	
Riverside Drive 	
Sahtlam 	
South 	
Sundry surveys 	
121. South Wellington ______
27. South Shore 	
129. Thomas   	
31r. Arterial Highway
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Supervision  	
Tools and plant 	
Truck 	
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
Roads, Trails,
$336.50
2,602.17
151.23
268.80
329.45
441.76
197.31
10,835.74
478.29
405.49
331.16
183.80
374.20
1,890.82
255.24
627.87
1,169.24
191.40
201.70
318.48
509.22
1,199.97
240.38
582.72
336.52
4,463.34
2,261.64
1,520.00
2,353.71
1,411.13
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
63a. Cowichan Lake (primary)   ....
36b. Quamichan Lake  (secondary)
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways 	
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
14. Chemainus River .
17.  Corfield   .
19. Cowichan Station
23. Davis Lagoon 	
53. Hawkins 	
54. Kelvin Creek 	
56. Koksilah 	
57. Kier  	
178. Olsen  	
119. Somenos
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 157—Ferries.
Gabriola Island 	
Total, Vote 157—Ferries 	
$338.46
286.47
$154.15
245.11
179.40
422.06
446.18
274.25
204.83
168.71
190.74
190.13
1,781.31
$7,125.07
151
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Dash Creek Road  $750.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.	
Carried forward  	
$41,065.97
36,469.28
624.93
4,256.87
7,125.07
750.00
$90,292.12 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 77
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
; Brought forward ........ ..     $90,292.12
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $23,963.18
(G.)  Non-contributory   4,550.62
(H.)   Supervision   738.17
(J.)   Public Health   1,811.60
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund      $31,063.57
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District   $121,355.69
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
15. Kootenay-Columbia Highway        $1,814.91
Total, Capital Account, 1929—Roads        $1,814.91
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway  .  $10,835.36
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley    1,623.75
4. Cranbrook-Gold Creek   151.35
15. Kootenay-Columbia   543.15
20. Torrent   315.50
24. Perry Creek   183.20
51. Cranbrook-Wycliffe   173.20
60. Kimberley  (north)    :  409.38
233. Chapman Camp   368.53
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    1,050.42
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads        15,653.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing and Roads to National Parks.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway      $99,611.86
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley           6,635.47
60. Kimberley   (north)   _J         4,201.41
$110,448.74
Less Dominion Government contribution        55,224.37
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Bituminous Surfacing        55,224.37
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads to
National Parks.
Project No. 16. Roads to National Parks   $233,458.24
Less Dominion Government contribution      116,729.12
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads to National Parks      116,729.12
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway        $4,250.60
Kimberley streets         1,787.62
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley   :  347.49
60. Kimberley  (north)    210.83
McDougal Townsite  (Kimberley)           4,354.93
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Bituminous Surfacing       10,951.47
Carried forward .,  $200,373.71 Z 78 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $200,373.71
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $17,793.04
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley   3,854.16
4.  Cranbrook-Gold Creek   453.45
7. Smith Lake   297.10
9. Meadowbrook  232.20
12. Kootenay Orchards   224.00
15. Kootenay-Columbia Highway   1,812.65
17. Mission-Wycliffe   245.64
21. Worthington   249.25
23. Clarke  200.80
29. Curzon-Kingsgate   307.15
51. Cranbrook-Wycliffe   399.76
60. Kimberley  (north)     1,733.74
61. Waldo-Gold Creek   192.00
131. Spokane Street  (Kimberley)    747.88
165. Wallinger Avenue (Kimberley)   516.53
200. Happy Valley     187.80
273. Doctor Creek Trail   338.75
Administration    4,166.01
Plant   14,537.31
Garage  :..... 10,593.15
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   1,742.51
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.          60,824.:
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
62. Mark Creek   $180.76
47. Matthew Creek   206.70
68. Mission   4,210.75
57. North Star   4,116.77
14. Palmer Bar   191.81
72.  Perry Creek   337.80
13.  Swansea   217.89
33. Skookumchuck    1,071.10
34. Wasa    438.25
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   949.58
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance       11,921.41
Vote 157—Roads:   Classified.
105b. Village of Chapman Camp (secondary)        $1,907.28
Total, Vote 157—Roads:   Classified         1,907.28
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
1. Trans-Provincial Highway   $525.00
2. Cranbrook-Kimberley and Kimberley streets   478.00
15. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  410.00
Sundry local roads   195.73
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)          1,608.73
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
273. Doctor Creek Trail   $172.80
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  172.80
Carried forward  $276,808.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 79
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $276,808.81
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $58,062.43
(G.)   Non-contributory   10,063.96
(H.)  Supervision   5,374.85
(J.)    Public Health   4,478.25
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        77,979.49
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  $354,788.30
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway     $28,208.60
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway          1,826.17
15R. Peace Arch Highway        44,132.55
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $74,167.32
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway        $4,814.78
66R. Fraser Avenue, No. 5         1,851.24
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          6,666.02
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Equipment.
Equipment        $9,450.00
Total, Capital Account—Equipment         9,450.00
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $17,565.44
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway   8,014.80
13r. Pacific Highway   1,689.69
15r. Peace Arch   5,772.59
66R. Fraser Avenue, No. 5   938.46
77R. Aldergrove-Bellingham  493.50
80r. Ladner-Marsh    211.97
85r. Scott Road Diversion   4,907.76
Barnston Island   216.41
Moving cenotaph   2,630.67
Sundry roads (units under $150)    268.00
Supervision   249.17
Plant and Tools   6,861.93
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.       49,820.39
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Classified
Roads.
40b. Boundary Bay  $1,014.52
50b. Woodward Highway   1,124.32
69b. McLellan  1  502.73
90b. Campbell River  ,  240.04
Sundry roads (units under $150)   470.50
Total, Vote 157—Classified Roads          3,352.11
Carried forward .  $143,455.84 Z 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $143,455.84
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
4 and 5. Eburne   $8,616.96
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue  3,881.82
10. Canoe Pass   5,949.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   776.50
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance       19,224.28
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance—Classified Highways.
16. Chillikthan Slough (on 68a, Ladner Trunk)   $611.88
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1.20
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance—Classified Highways  613.08
Vote 157—Ferries.
Barnston Island   $3,434.34
Ladner-Woodward   3,533.63
Ladner-Woodward  (landings)  .  2,938.23
Total, Vote 157—Ferries         9,906.20
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Sundry roads (units under $150)   $258.85
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)   258.85
Vote 158—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
102b. Glover   $10,222.81
103b. Goudy-Farrel   4,618.95
50b. Woodward Highway   2,465.80
Crescent Beach   4,868.72
Total, Vote 158—Local Highways          22,176.28
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $147.40
(G.)  Non-contributory   6.60
(H.)   Supervision   92.75
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund  .. 246.75
Total expenditure, Delta District  $195,881.28
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Agassiz-Haig (survey)   $4,142.39
7j. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 9   305.18
11.    Farms  ,  594.40
15. Hyde and Buker   409.50
13.    Hawkins-Pickles    532.90
59R. Hammond Loop   603.86
16. Hartley   105.00
18.    Johnston   125.90
22R. Lougheed   19L60
23R. Lougheed   675.37
26R. Lougheed   1,273.65
Carried forward        $8,959.75 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 81
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,959.75
Reg. No.
65.    Lillooet  .'.  650.46
54.    McNeil   143.80
23.    McKamey   710.60
29. Newton   219.85
30. Nicomen Island Trunk  3,052.70
Nicomen Island (highway protection)   _'_  2,093.30
35. Rennie Road   241.40
36. River Road (south)   2,198.31
41.    Stave Lake   1,102.94
38.    Salvaster   1,503.90
Reynold's Hill   500.00
Sundry roads (units under $100)   91.80
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $21,468.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
96b. Cedar Valley   $1,478.40
97b. Cedar Valley   178.20
77b. Dewdney Trunk  .  512.00
92b. Old Dewdney Trunk   899.12
73b. River     1,974.64
93b. Seventh Street and Grand Avenue  71.82
22r. Trans-Provincial Highway  1,504.82
26R. Trans-Provincial Highway   10,961.75
Equipment  :  7,676.00
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       25,256.75
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
56.    Brooks    $245.20
8.    Deroche Landing   186.77
5.    Dale 1  217.87
7h. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 7   1,885.91
7l. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 8   1,234.00
7J. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 9   2,207.85
7k. Dewdney Trunk, Sec. 10   422.52
11. Farms   1,433.45
12. Gourley     143.00
13. Hawkins-Pickles   676.55
59R. Hammond Loop   105.45
15. Hyde and Buker  102.03
69R. Haney Loop   272.65
51.    Harrison Hot Springs   2,389.44
16. Hartley   157.90
18.    Johnston   331.91
20.    Kilpatrick    218.40
2lR. Lougheed   1,356.56
22R. Lougheed   2,542.70
23R. Lougheed   4,529.76
25r. Lougheed   672.32
26R. Lougheed   3,523.16
65.    Lillooet   489.33
79.    Morrison   194.97
Nicomen Island (highway protection)   780.00
30.    Nicomen Island Trunk   708.99
74.    Nicomen Slough   151.20
34.    Parke   465.84
36.    River Road (south)   122.70
42.    Sterling   195.00
40.    Shooks     224.20
Carried forward     $28,187.63    $46,725.56 Z 82 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward    $28,187.63    $46,725.56
Reg. No.
38.    Salvaster   2,797.94
41.    Stave Lake  442.56
47.    Upper Pitt   300.00
Dyke on Harrison River Flats .  150.00
Dewdney Dyking Commission, pumping costs  2,500.00
Plant and tools   2,369.41
Sundry roads (units under $100)   764.14
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc       37,511.68
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
60a. Harrison Hot Springs  $287.55
73b. Dewdney Trunk   587.20
77b. Dewdney Trunk  800.00
96b. Cedar Valley   80.00
78b. North Harris   206.76
79b. McNeil   91.30
74b. Harris    23.68
92b. Dewdney Trunk   113.06
93b. Seventh Street and Grand Avenue  86.08
94b. Silverdale-Mission   404.00
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways        2,679.63
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Alouette River Bridge on Lillooet Road  $7,718.28
10-166. Bell     165.18
10-154. Deroche    1,121.97
10-138. Dale, No. 1   289.00
10-139. Dale, No. 2   2,609.38
10-156. George   240.45
10-117. Hopkins  101.40
40-131.  Harrison River   824.43
10-137. Judd   146.00
10-136. Legace, No. 4  .  213.60
10-172. Lux Lake   301.59
10-106-1. Mission C.P.R.   11,814.07
10-126. Miami, No. 1   145.80
10-41.    Pitt River   2,954.11
10-162. Ross   564.42
River-bank Protection   632.60
10-25.    Allouette River Bridge on Harris Road, 78B   1,397.65
Sundry bridges (units under $100)   830.83
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        32,070.76
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
5. Dale    $130.00
11. Farms   105.00
26r. Lougheed   673.69
30. Nicomen Island Trunk  135.00
38. Salvaster   315.12
Sundry roads (units under $100)   746.31
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)         2,105.12
Vote 158—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Dewdney Road (Mission Municipality)          $326.26
Total, Vote 158—Local Highways   326.26
Carried forward  $121,419.01 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 83
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    $121,419.01
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
21. Main Douglas or Cariboo           $275.00
105. Big Silver Creek         1,000.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,275.00
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $9,378.42
(G.)  Non-contributory  1,970.48
(H.)  Supervision   59.94
(J.)   Public Health   39,887.93
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund       51,296.77
Total expenditure, Dewdney District   $173,990.78
DEWDNEY  (EAST)  DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
61. Hope-Rosedale        $3,614.37
64. Hope-Yale         2,393.24
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $6,007.61
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
46R. Trans-Canada Highway  $403.39
61. Hope-Rosedale  ...... 2,438.81
62. Hope-Princeton   258.63
64.    Hope-Yale   471.94
Sundry roads (units under $150)   143.39
Plant and tools   608.04
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc        4,324.20
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
406. Unnamed   $806.35
502. Silver Creek   657.00
505. American Creek  845.74
509. Coquahalla   160.84
503. Hope (Fraser River)   231.90
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   224.10
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance         2,925.93
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
61. Hope-Rosedale   $440.97
Sundry roads (units under $150)   144.62
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)   585.59
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
11-78. Aufeas Trail          $500.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  500.00
Total expenditure, Dewdney (East) District     $14,343.33 Z 84 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Reg. No.
76. Island Highway . .       $9,202.55
117. Old Trunk          9,996.12
147. Sooke         37,946.83
192. West Coast   374.48
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $57,519.98
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
76. Island Highway   $7,638.94
76. Island Highway (Cowichan Bay Diversion)   2,061.14
93. Leigh    120.02
117. Old Trunk ....  643.32
173. Pendray    103.01
182. Solarium    276.56
147. Sooke   1,394.56
149. Station   903.57
192. West Coast   10,042.38
196. Wilfert   496.42
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       23,679.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Equipment.
Equipment   $7,107.80
Total, Capital Account—Equipment          7,107.80
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
15. Belmont   $177.12
310. Cannery    220.00
312. School   201.00
47. East Sooke   621.34
150. Fitzgerald   241.78
66. Gillespie   253.02
61. Goldstream Cross Road   181.41
69. Happy Valley .  291.00
76. Island Highway  14,571.19
79. Jordan River   449.43
100. Kangaroo   573.22
99. Metchosin     717.63
101. Millstream    613.52
102. Millstream Lake   198.35
112. Munn   369.15
117. Old Trunk  1,620.77
79. Otter Point   445.73
129. Parkinson    385.68
130. Quarantine   ■.  625.73
132. Rocky Point   423.72
133. Ross-Durrance   . 340.58
141. Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross Road  252.06
147. Sooke   3,124.57
148. Sooke River   219.74
155. Telegraph   207.95
198. View Royal   307.24
192. West Coast   1,315.89
Sundry roads (units under $150)  .... 3,624.84
Auto Account  1,133.44
Plant and tools  943.34
Repairs, district machinery  1,412.52
Purchase, new machinery cleaner   882.21
Supervision    2,540.64
Machinery  380.92
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.       39,866.73
Carried forward  $128,174.43 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 85
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward .. ..  $128,174.43
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
179. Millstream   $2,265.72
23. Bellamy   496.10
188. Boyne   179.05
18. Cedar Creek   800.97
210. Helgesen   311.52
189. Boal    150.40
297. Bown   169.40
124. Niagara    2,337.71
181. McLennan   302.30
94. Naylor   188.28
99. Sherwood   645.43
97. Sooke River   728.00
178. Wilmot    327.40
95. Stoney Creek   3,309.94
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   3,207.55
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        15,419.77
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Leech River   $143.80
Sombrio Trail   150.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  293.80
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1:
Mining-roads—
Project No. 46. Leech River        $1,500.00
Less Dominion Government contribution          1,000.00
Total expenditure, Mining-roads         $500.00
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief  ... $21,977.99
(G.)  Non-contributory   2,792.75
(H.)   Supervision   759.91
(J.)   Public Health   2,955.42
$28,486.07
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        28,986.07
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  $172,874.07
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
3. Elko-Roosville       $2,962.79
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $2,962.79
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway      $33,690.70
Total Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       33,690.70
Carried fonvard       $36,653.49 Z 86
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward..
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Trans-Provincial Highway
2. Wardner-Gateway 	
3. Elko-Roosville 	
4. Elk Valley	
8. Sand Creek 	
10. Elko-Waldo 	
11. Gateway-Roosville 	
46. Bull River (north) 	
51. McBains Lake 	
93.
94.
101.
Kootenay-Columbia River Highway
Kootenay-Columbia River Highway
Taylor's Mill 	
106. Corbin 	
128. Fernie-Elko   	
149. Muirhead
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant and tools	
Supervision 	
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
,796.01
332.35
,130.08
,098.69
360.40
168.00
216.91
225.85
221.33
779.95
223.76
286.10
166.56
316.19
151.06
389.45
,721.03
,396.25
$36,653.49
34,979.97
Vote 157—Bridges: Maintenance.
2. Hosmer 	
4. Fernie 	
8. Elkmouth 	
12. Michel 	
17. Newgate   	
57. Unnamed 	
71. Brule Creek 	
84. Round Prairie ...
107. 5-Mile   	
111. Lizard Creek .....
114. Weigert (north)
140. Woodland 	
193. Gorder 	
196. Dixon 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$271.28
261.88
166.83
441.39
3,724.01
257.76
183.59
186.47
562.59
2,908.06
292.85
177.52
168.35
1,000.28
1,719.48
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance       12,322.34
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Snow-removal
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)
$3,988.56
3,988.56
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $92,846.98
(G.)  Non-contributory   14,845.20
(H.)  Supervision  4,973.70
(J.) Public Health  .  6,168.15
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund     118,834.03
Total expenditure, Fernie District  $206,778.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Z 87
Reg.
25.
26.
106.
No.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Cariboo      $10,062.42
Fort George-Hazelton         2,308.97
Fort George-Yellowhead       30,291.01
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $42,662.40
60.
25.
102.
106.
26.
24.
28.
145.
140.
109.
144.
124.
54.
176.
58.
3.
114.
49.
88.
42.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
Buckhorn
Cariboo —
Dale  	
Fort George-Yellowhead
Fort George-Hazelton .	
Fort George-Chief Lake .
Fort George-Isle Pierre ..
Farr  (east)  	
Johnson 	
Loos   	
Lund 	
Miworth (west) ..
Mud River Valley (south)
Moore 	
Ness Lake 	
Okanagan-North Thompson
Pain  	
Reid Lake	
Thompson ..
Young
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage 	
Supervision—
Office 	
Auto 	
Plant 	
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
Roads, Trails,
$430.30
13,332.81
348.80
9,352.74
4,636.72
3,674.30
230.73
235.20
367.80
380.00
179.20
256.15
534.00
262.40
296.80
321.20
208.00
5,510.21
1,218.00
371.60
994.46
772.22
2,194.75
1,486.16
5,451.23
53,045.78
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
529.  Fraser River (McBride)
656. Eaglet Creek 	
717. Swift Current 	
131. Wright Creek 	
305. Hanson	
Josephine Creek 	
Smith 	
628.
187.
431.
530.
584.
160.
713.
Swamp Creek 	
Red Rock	
Eaglet Creek 	
Sand Creek 	
Willow Gulch 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance
$481.94
151.26
411.94
392.47
260.60
699.56
456.82
429.36
339.60
176.40
166.00
221.67
768.26
4,955.88
Vote 157—Ferries:  Maintenance.
9. Isle Pierre      $1,271.51
3. Indian Reserve (Miworth)         1,234.30
12. Croydon   570.96
Total, Vote 157—Ferries:  Maintenance        3,076.77
Carried forward  — -  $103,740.83 Z 88 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    $103,740.83
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Reg. No.
25. Cariboo   $759.19
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   529.04
26. Fort George-Hazelton   239.14
106. Fort George-Yellowhead      ..... 303.60
49. Reid Lake         180.76
Total, Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)         2,011.73
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $48,532.74
(G.)   Non-contributory   5,932.18
(H.)  Supervision   5,159.76
(J.)  Public Health  5,405.54
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund       65,030.22
Total expenditure, Fort George District  $170,782.78
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   $14,774.81
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing     $14,774.81
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
17b. Cascade-Bridesville  $19,558.19
18b. Bridesville-Osoyoos    1,138.67
11. Carmi-McCulloch     1,400.57
13. Cascade—Laurier  ...  180.45
14. Cascade-Paulson  .  205.00
16. Christina Lake  (east)   _'_.. 272.90
26. Grand Forks-Carson  (north)   .  150.87
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   746.95
41. Kerr Creek   186.40
43. Kettle River (main)  ,  1,162.68
44. Kettle River  (west)    1,662.96
46. Long Lake-Jewel Mine   164.10
47. Lynn Creek   188.10
69. Sidely Mountain   197.95
72. Valley roads (south)   193.90
75. Wallace Mountain  1,032.58
44r. Arterial Highway   89.40
Snow-removal     2,333.79
Sundry roads (23)  .  1,550.38
Office assistance   198.80
Plant and tools   4,806.65
Garage    L303.78
Supervision (General Foreman's wages and expenses)  1,855.96
Ford Sedan A-32 (gasoline, oil, repairs)  .  378.44
Pontiac Sedan A-33   26.48
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc. .:_     40,985.95
Carried forward   .     $55,760.76 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 89
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $55,760.76
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
Anaconda No. 7   $250.00
Athelstan    249.00
City of Paris   150.00
Ivanhoe Claim   75.00
North Star  :.  74.50
Phoenix-Greenwood     249.75
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads  .        1,048.25
Vote 157—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
15-7.      Blue Joint   $154.22
15-8.      Blythe   1,048.43
15-24.    Cascade Lower   2,005.24
15-130. Christian Valley   225.60
15-29.    Conkle     666.35
15-30.    Cooper    233.71
15-46.    Franklin     260.40
15-57.    James Creek  314.48
15-64.    Lynch Creek   379.20
15-87.    Midway   250.30
15-124. Overhead   537.05
15-125. Schulli    157.72
15-113, Vaughan   :  165.34
Sundry bridges  (15)   1,101.80
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance        7,499.84
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
17b. Cascade-Bridesville   :  $1,021.60
44. Kettle River  (west)    619.56
Sundry roads  (15)    1,418.53
Plant and tools   276.39
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operations  (Snow-removal)           3,336.08
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Anaconda, No. 7  ..  $250.00
Athelstan    248.10
City of Paris   149.20
Golconda   100.00
Greenwood-Phoenix  ..  250.00
Ivanhoe Claim   75.00
Mogul Mineral Claim   200.00
North Star   72.53
Pathfinder-Little Bertha Trail   100.00
Superior Mineral Claim   150.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,594.83
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $12,651.69
(G.)  Non-contributory  .  2,759.47
(H.)  Supervision   1,605.32
(J.)   Public Health   915.40
Total Expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        17,931.!
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District     $87,171.64 Z 90 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
106. Beaver   $95.60
93. Boulder    124.95
8. Centre     1,025.77
167. Clam Bay  62.40
54. Cook  :  22.20
94. Deep Bay   84.85
14. East Saanich  :  222.05
116. Fulford-Ganges  812.45
82. James Point  - 60.00
57. Main (south end)   48.20
58. Main (north end)   234.20
72. Point Comfort  84.50
85. Port Washington  i   .        147.70
80. Stewart   .  328.80
102. Thetis   64.85
165. Village Bay   39.26
15. Wain   1.60
152. Walker Hook   216.20
22. West Saanich   32.86
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $3,708.44
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
4. Beacon Avenue   $250.00
156. Bradley-Dyne  111.80
42. Braemar   117.00
8. Centre   665.15
30. East Saanich   2,836.34
116. Fulford-Ganges   2,504.05
121. Ganges  (lower)    63.00
135. North End  109.56
138. Rainbow   41.00
70. Shoal Harbour   240.00
151. Vesuvius   123.59
22. West Saanich   177.00
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          7,238.49
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
186. Bazan Bay   $420.59
107. Beaver Point   317.13
106. Beddis   196.56
156. Braemar  ■  637.64
62. Cape Horn  ..  469.30
94. Deep Bay   235.50
14. East Saanich  1  1,896.10
36. Fifth   412.74
116. Fulford-Ganges   646.38
121. Ganges (lower)   240.60
16. Henry   209.84
214. King   185.67
234. Lands  End   ,  206.55
57. Main (South Galiano)   226.30
58. Main (North Galiano)   570.75
180. Musgrave   188.00
30. Queens Avenue   165.30
143. Scott  .     212.02
70. Shoal Harbour-Mill Bay   371.00
80. Stewart   323.08
15. Wain   437.67
22. West Saanich   1,016.80
193. Yarrow  ... 165.39
Carried forward       $9,750.91    $10,946.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 91
ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,750.91    $10,946.93
Sundry roads (units under $150)   3,718.28
Supervision    1,664.38
Plant and tools  ■  291.81
Repairs, district machinery  1,672.54
Repairs, auto  .  45.84
Purchase, new light delivery truck   909.19
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc       18,052.95
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
13. Canal   $503.34
' Sundry bridges (units under $150)   393.18
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance  896.52
Vote 157—Ferries.
Fulford Harbour-Swartz Bay       $7,000.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries          7,000.00
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $16,262.90
(G.)  Non-contributory   2,575.84
(H.)   Supervision     653.10
(J.)   Public Health   1,481.32
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        20,973.16
Total expenditure, Islands District     $57,869.56
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   $12,347.06
43. Kamloops-Tranquille    1,647.39
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $13,994.45
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
8. North Thompson Highway      $10,885.44
41. Trans-Canada Highway (east and west of Savona)        15,362.67
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       26,248.11
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
8. North Thompson Highway      $15,359.01
10. Birch Island-Regchristie   303.30
17. Cold Creek   152.79
23. Deadman-Vidette   821.80
26. Fruitlands    449.52
32. Highland Valley   169.10
35. Hudson's Bay Meadows   301.28
Carried forward 7......     $17,556.80    $40,242.56 Z 92 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $17,556.80    $40,242.56
Reg. No.
38. Kamloops-Salmon Arm     992.46
40. Kamloops-Merritt   3,032.89
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek  ..  8,062.48
43. Kamloops-Tranquille    1,577.66
46. La Jeune Lake  .. .'.  258.02
48. Long Lake   1,233.96
49. Louis Creek-Heffley   245.25
50. Mamette Lake  .  264.73
57. Paul Lake   306.63
59. Rose Hill-Beresford   1,070.15
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek   853.08
71. Westsyde   418.07
72. Upper Louis Creek   184.00
77. Birch Island   278.80
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   1,455.87
Camp equipment   1,014.28
Plant and tools ,  7,820.12
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        46,625.25
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
6. Badger Creek   $344.37
8. Barriere-North Thompson   333.28
9. Barriere River   210.69
16. Birch Island _..:  20,832.01
33. Cedar Gulch   157.80
44. Clearwater Station   202.61
45. Clearwater River  268.22
65. Darlington Creek   317.84
77. Durand Creek, No. 1   607.25
102. Kamloops  (east)   ... 1,209.80
103. Kamloops (west)    519.06
105. Knouff   174.27
118. Linquist Creek   296.51
128. McAbee Ranch  . .  492.87
144. Raft River   162.67
165. Thuya Creek  190.40
183. Vavenby (proposed)   194.80
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    1,072.00
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance       27,586.45
Vote 157—Ferries.
1. Vinsulla   $681.82
2. Blackpines     108.30
3. MeLure   1,729.19
4. Chinook Cove   138.00
5. Mount Olie  1  4,644.22
6. Black Pool    ■.  4,053.08
7. Birch Island   597.02
8. Vavenby  ,  992.16
9. Avola   180.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries        13,123.79
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
8. North Thompson   $786.94
9. Blue River streets   400.00
23. Deadman-Vidette   124.82
38. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   64.56
Carried forward...        $1,376.32 $127,578.05 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 93
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)—Continued.
Brought forward   $1,376.32 $127,578.05
Reg. No.
40. Kamloops-Merritt   1,164.46
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   980.32
43. Kamloops-Tranquille    278.14
Sundry roads  137.78
Plant and tools          1,660.35
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)         5,597.37
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
3-24 (121). Upper North Thompson River Trail (Summit-Gold)___._. $250.00
3-40   (102). Birk Creek Trail   124.80
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  374.80
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—Mining-
T*0 2-1 C\ ^ .
Project No. 26. Vidette Mine        $1,938.29
Project No. 40. Windpass Mill   924.43
$2,862.72
Less Dominion. Government contribution '.         1,908.48
Total expenditure, Mining-roads  $954.24
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $47,608.83
(G.)   Non-contributory    12,898.69
(H.)   Supervision   7,482.21
(J.)   Public Health  :  6,343.30
$74,333.03
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        75,287.27
Total expenditure, Kamloops District   $208,837.49
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
6. Applegrove  -  $207.00
201. Nakusp streets   1,497.82
204. Nelson-Kaslo     7,493.80
212. Nakusp-Vernon   5,025.65
213. New Denver Power-house   189.80
217. Oatscott   579.04
242. Sandon Flume   2,024.27
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp   2,478.03
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp  (Vallican Diversion)    33,999.44
Sundry roads (units under $150)   504.59
Nakusp-Arrowhead survey  (preliminary)    2,999.68
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $56,999.12
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
3. Ainsworth streets .' .         $152.90
6. Applegrove   320.60
11. Arrowhead  (north)    602.58
Carried forward        $1,076.08    $56,999.12 Z 94
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Roads, Trails,
Reg. No.
14. Arrow Park-Belleview	
15. Arrow Park-West Demars ...
22. Beaton-Camborne 	
22a. Beaton-Ferguson 	
24. Beaton-Trout Lake 	
85. Edgewood-Inonoaklin Valley
114. Galena Bay  (south)  	
140. Houston 	
Howser-Argenta 	
Howser Station 	
Kaslo-New Denver 	
Kaslo Creek (South Fork) ...
Kaslo  (north) 	
Nakusp  streets  	
Nelson-Kaslo   	
Nakusp-Vernon
141.
143.
165.
167.
168.
201.
204.
212.
246.
281.
412. Argenta-Johnson's Landing Trail
Sundry roads (units under $150) .....
Nakusp-Arrowhead survey  (preliminary)
Plant and tools	
Supervision 	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp
Whatchan Lake
114.
165.
204.
212.
246.
Galena Bay (south)
Kaslo-New Denver _
Nelson-Kaslo 	
Nakusp-Vernon
Snow-removal.
Slocan Valley-Nakusp 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150) 	
Freight on V-plough and tractor	
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
$1,076.08    $56,999.12
596.44
255.18
279.14
174.80
992.82
837.79
309.80
296.40
917.30
240.60
2,848.14
875.41
798.00
211.07
4,386.63
8,052.07
9,158.64
228.80
244.20
1,484.02
291.00
8,551.14
4,036.78
351.20
951.52
592.84
1,489.35
2,553.93
1,033.80
156.00
54,270.89
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
209. No. One 	
248. Springer Creek
747. Winslow  	
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads
$50.00
49.40
187.50
286.90
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Canning 	
Cariboo Creek ..
Columbia River
Dog Creek 	
Fry Creek  .	
Gerrard 	
Lemon Creek 	
New Denver 	
425. Renata 	
Rosebery 	
Rocky Canyon ..
Slocan Lake 	
Slocan Lake 	
Silverton  	
Walker 	
66.
72.
155.
181.
230.
238.
312.
379.
420-
435.
388.
381.
387.
460.
120.
596. Zwicky
597. Zwicky, Number
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance
Carried forward	
$233.14
400.00
155.83
243.85
400.30
180.10
164.73
485.44
1,103.24
336.23
264.36
260.00
368.27
354.28
548.29
526.65
184.10
2,690.96
8,899.77
$120,456.68 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Z 95
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$120,456.68
Vote 157—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west)
Needles-Fauquier  	
Arrowhead-Beaton 	
$3,057.31
4,682.77
7,000.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Reg. No.
216. Ottawa Mine ..
246. Slocan Vallev-Nakusp ..
709. Silver Ridge 	
Total, Vote 157-
$496.65
23.93
47.00
-Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
412.
24.
444.
443.
609.
450.
472.
241.
473.
465.
494.
518.
180.
541.
543.
137.
144.
181.
621.
628.
191.
654.
209.
216.
664.
230.
238.
709.
248.
707.
718.
732.
736.
747.
751.
Alpha Trail 	
Beaton-Ferguson  	
Big Cayuse Creek 	
Black Prince to Marmion and Maryland
Bridge Crossing to Lucky Boy 	
Caledonia 	
Capella Mine
Cody Mine to Maple Leaf Claims
Contact 	
Coffee Creek (North Fork) 	
Emerald Hill 	
Firebrand Trail 	
Four-mile to Lucky Thought Mine	
Goldfield, Nelson, and Burniere Group
Granite Creek	
Hewitt Mine 	
Highland Surprise	
Lemon Creek (to Kilo Property) 	
McAllister 	
Millie Mac 	
Monitor  ..	
Northern Belle-Rambler  .—
No. One to United Mine	
Ottawa Mine 	
Paladora Mine 	
Rambler-Dardenelles 	
Ruth  Hope 	
Silver Ridge
Springer Creek (Ottawa Mine and Black Prince)
Sturgis Creek  .'	
Tamarac 	
Tillicum Trail to Silver Queen 	
Victor Mine	
Winslow      	
Wing Creek 	
$100.00
244.51
200.00
450.00
150.00
70.00
125.00
100.00
75.00
250.00
100.00
50.00
74.40
100.00
50.00
98.79
482.00
400.00
50.00
25.00
149.96
100.00
100.00
299.45
100.00
300.00
124.45
50.00
49.40
150.00
100.00
50.00
116.80
187.50
50.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc...
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 9.    Ferguson-8-Mile   ....
Project No. 44. Three Forks-McAllister and Jo-Jo Mine _
Project No. 48. Highland Surprise 	
Project No. 29. New Denver-Three Forks 	
Project No. 36. Lemon Creek 	
Less Dominion Government contribution
Total expenditure, Mining-roads 	
Carried forward  	
$3,464.63
748.90
462.38
5,446.99
1,559.44
$11,682.34
7,788.23
$3,894.11
14,740.08
567.58
5,122.26
3,894.11 $140,886.60 Z 96 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,894.11 $140,886.60
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $59,482.08
(G.)   Non-contributory   9,384.63
(H.)  Supervision   1,603.34
(J.)   Public Health ....:  4,382.06
$74,852.11
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund       78,746.22
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  $219,632.82
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
137. Squamish, sidewalks and sundries        $1,431.68
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $1,431.68
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Equipment.
Equipment        $7,784.43
Total, Capital Account—Equipment          7,784.43
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  River-bank
Protection.
122. Pemberton Meadows   $995.35
Total, Capital Account—River-bank Protection  995.35
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
1. Trans-Canada Highway—■
Lytton Cut-off   $1,531.10
West of Ashcroft Manor  19,498.62
Lytton streets   791.07
34. Bridge River (at Bralorne—preparation)  :  1,602.75
137. Squamish streets   1,574.28
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        24,997.82
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1b. Trans-Canada Highway  (Spences Bridge-Cache Creek)  $3,747.18
10. Cariboo   3,924.22
12a. Lytton-Lillooet   3,601.65
12b. Lillooet-Clinton   1,976.24
16. Axen   200.80
23. Big Bar   283.53
26. Big Bar Lake  .  158.35
27. Big Bar Mountain  173.86
31. Botanie Creek  901.32
34. Bridge River   5,017.50
45. Clinton streets   173.82
69. Green Lake   474.09
76. Hat Creek   343.38
Carried forward     $20,975.94    $35,209.28 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Z 97
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg.
78.
79.
88.
89.
92.
96.
97.
104.
108.
116.
117.
122.
123.
137.
138.
152.
473.
No.
Brought forward-
High Bar	
Highland Valley 	
Jones-Dickey  :.	
Judd 	
Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek
Lillooet-Seton Lake 	
Lillooet streets 	
Marble Canyon 	
Mound-Loon Lake 	
North Bonaparte ...
North Fork
Pemberton Meadows 	
Pemberton Portage 	
Squamish streets 	
Squamish Valley 	
Watch Lake-Lone Butte 	
Pemberton-Squamish Trail	
Sundry roads and trails (units under $150)
Lillooet Garage  (repairs)  	
Gold Bridge, machinery-shed	
Camp equipment'	
Plant and tools	
$20,975.94    $35,209.28
228.56
286.56
851.89
249.60
1,122.71
218.88
197.73
857.13
449.90
261.99
852.42
2,357.44
739.43
336.50
3,554.99
198.47
158.70
4,468.69
468.75
789.90
173.48
4,215.33
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
44,014.99
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
483. Stein River  u	
Sundry trails (units under $150)  	
$239.81
356.05
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads
595.86
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
21. Lytton 	
26. Lillooet Suspension 	
63. Botanie 	
79. South Fork 	
82. Wards Ferry 	
144. Riley 	
160. Bryson, No. 1 	
253. Halfway 	
254. Johnny Coy	
256. Pillchuck 	
257. Washout  (Mamquam)
288. Bralorne, No. 1 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance
$153.43
196.73
158.10
1,291.21
525.75
320.99
294.64
585.72
358.13
221.88
480.28
156.13
1,109.38
5,852.37
Vote 157—Ferries.
45. Pavilion 	
46. Big Bar 	
47. Crown Mountain
48. High Bar	
49. Lytton  	
Total, Vote 157—Ferries
Carried forward	
$1,109.60
922.42
90.00
937.20
951.07
4,010.29
$89,682.79 Z 98 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $89,682.79
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
81. Holland Gold Mines  $159.50
423. Crater Group   200.00
462. McGillivray Creek  150.00
483. Stein River  .  246.26
487. Tyaughton Creek  250.00
489. Tommy Creek  500.00
Sundry trails (units under $150)   687.40
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        2,193.16
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 38. Mud Creek Mine       $1,991.30
Project No. 8.    Ashloo Mine   263.83
$2,255.13
Less Dominion Government contribution          1,503.42
Total expenditure, Mining-roads    .    $751.71
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $14,972.45
(G.)   Non-contributory    1,852.30
(H.)   Supervision   3,531.10
(J.)   Public Health   1,734.05
$22,089.90
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund      22,841.61
Total expenditure, Lillooet District   $114,717.56
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
281. Gibson-Sechelt   $3,146.92
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   6,842.19
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $9,989.11
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
271. Beach   $604.19
281. Gibson-Sechelt   1,746.24
330. Hospital .  114.56
291. Lower   173.81
302. Roberts Creek   135.03
278. Russell   171.40
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour  .  2,382.07
431. Egmont    107.52
Supervision  1,384.58
Warehouses   802.17
Plant and tools  344.56
Sundry roads (units under $100)   791.37
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.          8,757.50
Carried forward     $18,746.61 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 99
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
Brought forward     $18,746.61
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
271. Basswick   $107.98
281. Flume   2,001.34
293. Lockyer   138.87
333. Loney   203.13
342. Lyle      662.52
300. Roberts Creek   237.31
307. Soames   2,080.67
317. Wiren   630.18
Sundry bridge* (units under $100)   245.34
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance        6,307.34
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 27a. Grand Viziar Trail   $200.00
Project No. 27.    Pender Harbour         1,499.90
$1,699.90
Less Dominion Government contribution         1,133,27
Total expenditure, Mining-roads  566.63
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (South)     $25,620.58
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
66. Bella Bella Trail   _     $987.83
Total, Capital Account—Roads          $987.83
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
6. Grant   $497.08
8. Noosatsum   318.04
9. Bella Coola          1,806.45
101. Lake   155.10
102. Main 1  420.88
111. Lund   1,381.94
134. Cranberry Lake     155.26
136. Olsen Lake   650.53
137. Thunder Bay   1,586.48
148. Manson   278.44
159. Joice   585.09
175. Central   325.74
224. Haslam Lake   472.66
239. Woolgar   259.90
Sundry roads (units under $150)           1,963.79
Supervision           2,251.09
Trucks, etc.          1,517.79
Plant and tools  890.86
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.       15,517.12
Vote 157—Bridges: Maintenance.
128. Powell River  ..  $402.57
134. Sliammon   923.64
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,166.09
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance        2,492.30
Vote 157—Ferries.
Hagensborg-Salloomt          $616.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries   616.00
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (North)      $19,613.25 Z 100 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH AND SOUTH).
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.) Direct Relief   $44,687.51
(G.) Non-contributory   5,798.32
(H.) Supervision   5,977.45
(J.) Public Health   4,298.56
Total  expenditure,  Mackenzie  District   (North  and
South), Labour Department   $60,761.84
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (North and South)   $105,995.67
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1931," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
2. Nelson-Castlegar   $672.42
Total, Capital Account, 1931—Roads  $672.42
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
51. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek   $355.25
56. Creston-Porthill   10,996.78
65. East Robson  .... 700.00
2. Nelson-Balfour  1,770.30
2. Nelson-Castlegar   1,677.48
125. Nelson-Nelway  .'.  16,619.28
189. Sheep Creek Townsite   203.62
154. South Nelson streets  458.75
Miscellaneous roads   217.65
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads       32,999.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Equipment.
Equipment      $11,950.00
Total, Capital Account—Equipment        11,950.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
45r. Canyon        $5,659.44
2. Creston-Goatfell            9,176.67
2. Nelson-Balfour           6,968.58
2. Nelson-Castlegar        25,663.26
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       47,467.95
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Alice  $254.40
5. Arrow Creek (west)   356.23
8. Atwood   219.20
188. Airport-Nick's Island  200.60
21. Bevan     _ 182.40
40. Canyon City  361.20
41. Canyon-Porthill    1,943.95
45r. Canyon   920.43
50. Cory   374.40
51. Crawford Bay-Gray Creek   533.00
53. Creston-Erickson   577.23
2. Creston-Goatfell    2,301.86
Carried forward      $8,224.90    $93,089.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 101
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,224.90    $93,089.48
Reg. No.
2. Creston-Gray Creek   4,365.43
56. Creston-Porthill  i  3,344.04
57. Creston-Summit     5,054,53
183. Creston-Wynndel   1,010.34
198. Ditch   199.60
65. East Robson   782.64
66. Elsie-Holmes    185.60
73. Fraser's Landing :  608.00
83. Granite   (upper)    540.90
89. Harrop-Procter   485.47
90. Haskins  (east)    190.40
200. Holben   166.40
107. Lister Settlement  1,826.73
2. Nelson-Balfour    5,664.90
2. Nelson-Castlegar   12,693.58
27. Nelson-Kaslo    618.39
125. Nelson-Nelway   12,797.58
130. Porcupine    446.21
190. Reclamation    1,435.00
135. Reno     296.50
144. Salmo Trail  -. :  874.47
147. Second Relief   384.96
148. Sheep Creek   1,485.79
29. Slocan Valley   1,233.94
154. South Nelson streets  590.27
190. Reclamation   : 1  180.81
195. Uri   292.00
Sundry roads    2,200.41
Plant and tools  4,398.41
Nelson shop   1,614.71
Supervision, Creston   514.19
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.      74,707.10
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
147. Second Relief   $250.00
27. Gray Creek Trail  225.00
Sundry roads   87.10
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads  i  562.10
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
21. Corn Creek   $556.97
24. Creston-Goatfell, No. 1   161.00
27. Creston-Goatfell, No. 4   402.71
29. Creston-Goatfell, No. 6   1,890.76
30. Creston-Goatfell, No. 7   673.28
32. Creston-Goatfell, No. 9   2,471.51
33. Creston-Porthill, No. 1   998.66
34. Creston-Porthill, No. 2   6,801.72
36. Creston-Porthill, No. 4   2,096.81
52. East Rebson, No. 4   734.32
55. East Robson, No. 7  333.84
63. Filmer    797.18
Goat River   3,294.82
98a. Harrop-Procter, No. 3   191.22
100. Huscroft    3,159.24
112. Knox, No. 1  335.94
113. Knox, No. 2  330.45
151. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 1   536.00
152. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 2   462.89
154. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 4 .-.  6,595.53
Carried forward       $32,824.85 $168,358.68 Z 102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote #57—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $32,824.85 $168,358.68
Reg. No.
158. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 8   249.52
163. Nelson-Nelway, No. 5   486.70
164. Nelson-Nelway, No. 6   642.75
173. Nelson-Nelway, No. 15   185.42
179. Nick's, No. 2   925.08
188. Pass Creek, No. 4   203.30
300. Slocan Park Suspension  1,075.93
279. View    400.00
Flood-damage   3,039.26
Sundry bridges   2,319.43
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance .       42,352.24
Vote 157—Ferries.
Kootenay Lake  $36,836.76
Nelson  ....  17,122.39
Harrop-Longbeach    6,932.04
Kootenay River  3,533.83
Slocan River  1,308.52
Nick's Island   930.11
Glade   25.67
$66,689.32
Less Ferry tolls   27,107.75
Total, Vote 157—Ferries       39,581.57
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
2. Creston-Goatfell   $287.02
83. Granite  (upper)     264.88
2, Nelson-Balfour    -     524.53
2. Nelson-Castlegar   1,041.27
125. Nelson-Nelway    1,609.28
27. Nelson-Kaslo    225.69
144. Salmo  Trail   194.66
147. Second Relief   534.14
148. Sheep Creek   756.93
29. Slocan Valley   203.11
154. South Nelson streets   179.06
Sundry roads  1  1,528.14
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)          7,348.71
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
59. Bayonne Mine   $250.00
147. Arlington Mine     . 500.00
65. Summit Bell and Montana Trail   _ 250.00
135. Reno Mine  250.00
Ymir Commodore Mine   ...   ..   .    . 250.00
151. Silver King to Daylight  250.00
10. Athabasca Mine  250.00
80. Ymir to Ymir Goodenough Mill   199.88
Canadian Belle Group Trail   250.0T)
Spokane and Washington Groups Trail   200.00
147.  Second Relief   250.00
Birdseye Trail   150.00
27. Gray Creek Trail  225.00
151. Silver King to Victoria Jessie  300.00
125. Nelson-Nelway   900.00
Sundry roads   1,276.15
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.          5,751.03
Carried forward    $263,392.23 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 103
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward _.  $263,392.23
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 17. Bayonne Mine        $2,999.90
Project No. 49. Sheep Creek   998.91
$3,998.81
Less Dominion Government contribution         2,665.87
Total expenditure, Mining-roads        $1,332.94
Labour Department.
(F.) Direct Relief   $77,641.38
(G.) Non-contributory   16,647.15
(H.) Supervision   6,428.94
(J.) Public Health   5,942.05
$106,659.52
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund     107,992.46
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District   $371,384.69
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Streets in District Lot 172        $4,367.01
Sundry roads  9.60
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc      $4,376.61
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $1,069.80
(G.)   Non-contributory    6,490.05
(H.)   Supervision   2,740.47
(J.)   Public Health   1,594.60
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        11,894.92
Total expenditure, New Westminster District      $16,271.53
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
Reg. No.
68.    Vernon-Kelowna    $35,013.88
100.    Oyama   31.92
36r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (City of Enderby)   5,249.54
63r. Vernon-Salmon Arm (Spallumcheen Municipality)   14,224.59
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing      $54,519.93
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2. Albers 1   $637.23
5. Ashton-Cook   314.90
4. Bella Vista   166.60
Carried forward         $1,118.73    $54,519.93 Z 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Reg.
31.
30.
26.
34.
37.
74.
39.
38.
111.
49.
64.
65.
66.
68.
73.
75.
71.
94.
97.
100.
105.
129.
126.
119.
78.
131.
130.
88.
102.
138.
139.
62R.
63r
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward.
No.
Creighton Valley 	
Commonage  	
Carlin Orchard 	
Deep Creek  .	
East Vernon 	
Enderby-Mabel Lake 	
Enderby-Grindrod  	
Emeny 	
Grindrod streets 	
Grandview Bench _
Irish Creek
Roads, Trails,
Kamloops-Vernon  _.
Kedleston  (east)  	
Kelowna-Vernon  __
Lumby streets 	
Lumby-Mabel Lake
Long Lake 	
North Fork 	
Okanagan Landing
Oyama 	
Riverside 	
Sugar Lake 	
Squaw Valley 	
Shuswap Avenue ....
Trans-Canada 	
Tronson  	
Trinity Valley
Vernon-Edgewood 	
Vernon-Salmon Arm
Westside 	
Whitevale 	
Vernon-Kamloops (arterial), Spallumcheen Municipality	
Vernon-Salmon Arm (arterial), Spallumcheen Municipality.
Sundry roads  (units under $150) 	
Plant, tools, and equipment	
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
52a. Vernon-Edgewood   (primary), Coldstream Municipality 	
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River   (secondary),  Spallumcheen Municipality
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (secondary), City of Armstrong
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways 	
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
36. Enderby ....	
48. Grindrod 	
59. Horner 	
70. Kingfisher 	
160. Shuswap Dam
177. Sugar Lake
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance
$1,118.73    $54,519.93
2,076.16
398.48
325.32
1,042.38
229.17
1,707.17
805.92
170.44
613.62
378.49
279.52
1,149.90
190.18
8,335.38
265.97
2,831.28
586.86
767.62
558.83
872.62
638.02
563.08
205.01
625.66
2,513.78
278.12
950.20
3,121.37
1,668.24
1,855.95
294.42
351.45
1,734.49
3,096.05
2,221.51
$612.56
102.47
91.08
$444.99
200.64
155.72
194.64
239.16
11,280.47
1,018.07
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
34. Deep Creek and branches 	
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake and branches
Carried forward 	
$202.21
322.21
44,821.39
806.11
13,533.69
$524.42 $113,681.12 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 105
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT— Continued.
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)—Continued.
Brought forward  $524.42 $113,681.12
Reg. No.
65. Kamloops and branches   207.06
66. Kedleston and branches   164.04
75. Lumby Mabel Lake and branches  156.86
78. Trans-Canada and branches   310.50
130. Trinity Valley and branches   341.80
102. Vernon-Salmon Arm   374.46
88. Vernon-Edgewood and branches   —.         . 270.62
138. Westside   277.35
Sundry roads (units under $150)   771.98
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)        3,399.09
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
3-72. Coldstream Placer Trail  .  $50.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  50.00
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $28,982.44
(G.)  Non-contributory   5,180.19
(H.)   Supervision   2,621.40
(J.)  Public Health  2,388.71
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund       39,172.74
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District   $156,302.95
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
67a. Marine Drive      $22,261.26
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $22,261.26
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
73a. Dollarton          $3,641.75
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          3,641.75
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
17. Adams    $724.27
1. Bowen Island Trunk   282.41
6. Grafton Bay  .  157.35
Plant and tools   91.77
Supervision   816.63
Sundry roads (units under $100)   545.54
Total, Vote 157—Roads, etc        2,617.97
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
73a. Dollarton    $1,128.12
66a. Marine   160.24
67a. Marine   1,186.70
71 A. Nelson   85.22
72a. Chatham   116.06
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways .        2,676.34
Carried forward        $31,197.32 Z 106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $31,197.32
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
9. Cypress Creek   $107.44
Sundry bridges  (units under $100)    84.42
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance   191.86
Vote 158—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Approach to Deep Cove Wharf  $233.70
Total, Vote 158—Local Highways   233.70
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief  $1,659.20
(G.)   Non-contributory    315.00
(J.)   Public Health   1,921.50
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        3,895.70
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District      $35,518.58
OMINECA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
200. Burns Lake-Babine   $3,967.73
21.  Colleymount     897.04
155. Houston-Owen Lake  1,000.00
59. Keefe's  Landing-Ootsa    219.49
39. North Trans-Provincial Highway   11,000.33
181. Tatalrose   977.01
118. Topley-Babine    1,499.66
122. Uncha Lake   150.00
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   1,745.97
127. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point   172.40
Sundry roads (units under $150)   353.90
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $21,983.53
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
257. Aiken Lake   $188.54
200.  Burns Lake-Babine   262.45
21. Colleymount     758.63
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek  1,720.78
90. Houston-Wistaria   544.60
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa ...-'  442.84
49R. Main Street, Burns Lake (arterial)   3,491.78
71. McDonalds Landing   213.90
39. North Trans-Provincial Highway          14,943.65
80. North Francois   1,147.27
84. Ootsa Lake Shore (east) ..  173.60
Plant and tools   5,390.26
101. Round Lake  .  350.90
Supervision  1  854.89
Snow-removal     9,032.25
Supervision, auto   757.34
119. Telkwa High Road  j.     . 242.60
228. Takla-Old Hogum   474.78
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   2,825.97
Carried forward     $43,817.03    $21,983.53 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 107
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $43,817.03    $21,983.53
Reg. No.
40. Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek   197.80
127. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point      321.79
General Foreman  (salary and travelling)  .'_  2,388.64
Sundry roads (Tax Account)   11,735.55
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   1,352.35
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        59,813.16
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
Fort St. James-Manson Creek (survey)        $1,500.00
Road to Gold Group   249.06
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads          1,749.06
Vote 157—Bridges: Maintenance.
373. Allen    :  $268.83
8. Buck Creek  ^  325.38
370. Barker   230.60
Buck River-Houston   599.80
28. Clear Creek   290.40
365. Cheslatta     294.40
263. Cold Spring   354.80
30. Cluculz Creek   247.70
460. Hewitt   339.74
56. McEvoy   229.10
476. Nourse Creek  1  882.43
88. Nautley    845.88
484. Pinkut, No. 2   449.62
153, Poison Creek   1,785.66
130. Swanson Creek   3,797.61
155. Sheraton     601.95
128. Sinkut River   177.85
132. Stuart River, No. 1   448.90
112. Stellaco     253.13
17. Telegraph Creek   557.60
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    1,491.99
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        14,473.37
Vote 157—Ferries.
61. Finmoore     $1,208.28
62. Fort Fraser   964.06
63. Francois Lake   6,940.91
64. Takla Lake   368.20
65. Hulatt     320.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries  ,        9,801.45
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Fort St. James-Manson Creek (survey)   $1,486.82
Road to Ariel Group   25.00
Richfield   50.00
Road to Last- Chance Claim  100.00
Sibola Mountain Trail   200.00
Stella Mining Trail   99.20
Jack Rabbit Trail     50.00
Roads to Gold Group   450.00
Stewart Portage   248.57
Carried forward       $2,709.59 $107,820.57 Z 108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 116.—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward       $2,709.59 $107,820.57
Manson Creek  270.00
Trail to Three Star Mine   100.00
Telkwa Copper City Trail   249.60
Wolverine Lake Trail   150.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc......        3,479.19
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 1a. Manson Creek   $41,035.09
Project No. 1. Manson Creek, north of Nation River  22,999.59
Project No.  1. Manson Creek, south of Nation River   46,409.66
Project No. 1b. Repairs,   Manson   Creek,   north   of  Nation
River ..     4,929.67
Project No. 34. Aiken Lake Winter Road  37,913.03
Project No. 24. Germansen Bridge to Germansen Landing.. 4,132.79
Project No. 32. Takla—Old Hogem   5,392.43
Project No. 47. Hunter Basin Trail   997.69
$163,809.95
Less Dominion Government contribution      109,206.63
Total expenditure, Mining-roads     $54,603.32
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief  $30,040.10
(G.)  Non-contributory    4,273.97
(H.)   Supervision   200.00
(J.)  Public Health   2,037.10
$36,551.17
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        91,154.49
Total expenditure, Omineca District   $202,454.25
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
12. Fort St. John-Hines Creek   $997.98
Total, Capital Account—Roads  :  $997.98
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Bridges.
1-30a. Halfway River      $34,992.73
Total, Capital Account—Bridges        34,992.73
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Grande Prairie-Fort St. John-Peace Pass   $13,906.71
2. Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge   823.66
3. Pouce Coupe-South Dawson   1,491.88
4. Pouce Coupe-Bell View   860.47
5. Dawson-Rolla-Clayhurst   4,-872.76
6. Rolla  (east)  ....  150.21
7. Rolla (west)   646.74
8. Dawson Creek-Moberly Lake-Hudson Hope  1,752.05
9. Dawson-Sweetwater-Sunrise  .. 917.35
10. Progress-Sunset-Groundbirch     392.89
Carried forward     $25,814.72    $35,990.71 STATEMENT. OF EXPENDITURE. Z 109
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward .     $25,814.72    $35,990.71
Reg. No.
12. Fort St. John-Hines Creek  1,241.29
13. Fort St. John-Rose Prairie   1,139.95
14. McKibbin-Cut-off   287.45
15. Charlie Lake-Nelson River   1,093.45
21. Tupper-Kelly Lake '.  421.94
23. Tupper-Hays-Pouce Coupe   660.85
27. Pouce Coupe-Dawson Springs   1,284.21
28. Rolla-Valley View   319.40
30. Arras-Fellers Heights-Hanshaw Valley   347.99
32. Groundbirch School   ' 234.05
42. Baldonnel-Two Rivers  .  267.85
45. Lower Indian Creek   197.90
47. Charlie Lake   193.13
77-14-10  :  388.10
77-15-lB   237.62
77-16-3   837.81
78-14-2   201.55
78-14-5   263.95
78-14-7   158.27
78-14-9    241.80
78-15-2    308.67
78-15-3   459.88
78-15-6   374.15
78-15-7   227.94
78-15-8   152.10
78-15-9   302.17
78-15-10   216.22
78-16-2    338.23
78-16-3    176.00
78-16-4   399.78
78-16-5    164.45
78-17-9   202.40
79-14-lB    675.84
79-14-5B    156.00
79-14-5C   236.95
79-14-6    200.10
79-14-6B  ■.  255.15
79-14-9   192.41
79-14-9A   355.55
79-15-1   428.17
79-15-7    360.30
79-16-12   376.88
79-18-8A   168.30
80-13-12B   156.00
80-14-lA   239.60
80-14-2   242.43
80-14-5A   260.00
80-14-9A   358.75
80-14-12   512.95
83-17-6A   258.65
84-18-6   171.20
85-18-1   163.80
85-19-1   167.97
86-18-6    195.51
86-19-10    249.48
87-18-5B   213.05
Plant and tools   I'lln'la
Roads, general   5,340.96
General Foreman (travelling expenses and salary)   3,172.65
Sundry roads (units under $150)   8,130.90
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        65,973.62
Carried forward    $101,964.33 Z 110 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $101,964.33
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
1-29. Cache Creek   $6,523.88
5-8.    Clayhurst   1,120.77
38-1. Dawson Town  .  606.70
1-30A. Halfway River   10,936.45
77-14-2. High Ridge   391.01
5-7.    Knapp   .  1,818.31
5-9.    Moose Creek   740.37
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   519.24
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance      22,656.73
Vote 157.—Ferries:  Maintenance.
89. Clayhurst   $4,811.61
68. East Pine   481.10
66. Halfway   414.77
69. Hudson Hope   475.33
67. Taylor   6,317.10
Total, Vote 157—Ferries:   Maintenance        12,499.91
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
1. Grande Prairie-Fort St. John-Peace Pass   $628.49
Sundry roads (units under $150)   370.53
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)   999.02
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $47,644.73
(G.)  Non-contributory    10,471.32
(H.)   Supervision   5,111.17
(J.)  Public Health   5,006.88
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        68,234.10
Total expenditure, Peace River District   $206,354.09
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
9. North Trans-Provincial Highway   $15,035.56
Port Simpson streets   1,124.05
54. Oona River   1,105.00
127. Osland   ,  1,076.16
149. Jap Inlet   523.00
142. Lewis Island   150.40
148. Dodge Cove   1,058.30
5. Masset-Tow Hill   3,797.93
16. Old Masset   155.66
Masset streets  ,    . 958.94
8. Port Clements-Masset   1,477.55
18. Port Clements-Tlell   3,144.97
24. Skidegate-Tlell  '.  2,735.60
25. Queen Charlotte-Skidegate   1,562.75
134. Yakoun Trail     404.90
152. Pot Roast Walk   346.31
Sundry roads (units under $150)   341.80
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $34,998.88
Carried forward     $34,998.1 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 111
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $34,998.88
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Equipment.
Equipment        $6,807.57
Total, Capital Account—Equipment          6,807.57
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
3. Cow Bay Crossing  $602.52
9. North Trans-Provincial Highway   6,892.33
35. Court-house approaches   533.49
5. Masset-Tow Hill   1,854.44
16. Old Masset   952.15
Masset streets   473.15
58. Delkatlah Beach   271.41
8. Dunroe's   341.22
18. Port Clements-Tlell   1,327.20
24. Skidegate-Tlell   1,322.52
25. Queen Charlotte-Skidegate   .  866.66
59. Skidegate Wharf   253.70
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    772.74
Plant and tools    809.09
Salaries, General Foreman   1,980.00 .
Travelling   319.25
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        19,571.87
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
155. Cape Ball River Trail   $99.90
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads ..   99.90
Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance.
18. McBride Street Foot-bridge   $251.26
68. Galloway Rapids   481.43
50. Tlell     427.76
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   722.15
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance          1,882.60
Vote 157—Wharves.
Prince Rupert  (maintenance)         $8,131.92
Cow Bay Floats         1,683.38
$9,815.30
Prince Rupert (toll receipts)          9,158.79
Total, Vote 157—Wharves  656.51
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Cape Ball River Trail ..  $99.90
Apex Trail  r  100.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  199.90
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.) Direct Relief   $5,791.57
(G.) Non-contributory    1,629.23
(H.) Supervision   ■  31.60
(J.) Public Health  '.  172.75
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund          7,625.15
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District     $71,842.38 Z 112 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
74. Revelstoke (west)        $9,987.82
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $9,987.82
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   $931.28
73. Revelstoke  (south)    629.26
74. Revelstoke  (west)           3,399.62
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing         4,960.16
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
11. Begbie     $190.93
13. Big Bend   5,711.50
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   2,121.39
74. Revelstoke (west)   2,115.23
78. Sidmouth-Sproat  .  711.96
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   668.66
General Foreman  (salary)   1,800.00
Travelling expenses    505.74
Plant and tools   1,381.99
Garage operation   1,536.52
Warehouse operation   123.37
Repairs to district machinery  :  2,145.55
New machinery   (cost)     17,926.69
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        36,939.53
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
80. Revelstoke-Arrowhead, No. 1   $2,176.62
97. Revelstoke  (east), No. 6   662.98
100. Revelstoke  (south), No. 1   242.04
148. Big Bend, No. 8   682.17
154. Big Bend, No. 11  ..... 258.89
159. Big Bend, No. 17   1,567.65
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)   .«.-.. 1,324.06
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance          6,914.41
Vote 157—Ferries.
2. Goldstream    $224.46
3. Halls Landing   5,837.90
4. 12-Mile  3,928.73
Total, Vote 157—Ferries          9,991.09
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Revelstoke Mountain Road   $205.58
11. Begbie  .«  186.87
13. Big Bend   318.59
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   464.26
74. Revelstoke  (west)   .".  356.59
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,042.58
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)         2,574.47
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Old Goldstream Trail, No. 125   $100.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc. ..... 100.00
Carried forward     $71,467.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 113
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $71,467.48
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $10,685.11
(G.)   Non-contributory    1,912.04
(H.)   Supervision   840.00
(J.)  Public Health   956.59
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        14,393.74
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District      $85,861.22
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
53. Rossland-Paterson      $16,908.33
69. Trail-Salmo   90.12
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $16,998.45
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Ferries.
Castlegar Ferry-scow        $3,427.45
Castlegar Ferry approaches         9,999.03
Total, Capital Account—Ferries        13,426.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
10. Castlegar-Trail         $3,196.08
53. Rossland-Paterson         4,872.85
67. Trail-Pend d'Oreille          7,732.03
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        15,800.96
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
9. Castlegar Townsite   $168.05
10. Castlegar-Trail    2,772.30
51. Rossland-Cascade     3,253.96
53. Rossland-Paterson   2,591.65
57. Schofield Highway   1,431.12
67. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   1,785.36
69. Trail-Salmo  ,  759.65
Sundry roads   1,133.27
Plant and tools   2,260.89
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        16,156.25
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
33. I.X.L. and Midnight Mine Road  $249.48
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads   249.48
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
56. Rossland-Cascade, No. 6   $7,099.13
62. Rossland-Paterson, No. 2  ...  553.48
81. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 1   2,893.95
82. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 2  .  576.21
87. Trail-Rossland Old Road  180.87
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        11,619.53
Carried forward     $74,251.15 Z 114 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    $74,251.15
Vote 157—Ferries.
Castlegar Ferry      $10,570.62
Castlegar Ferry approaches          2,000.00
Total, Vote 157—Ferries        12,570.62
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Reg. No.
10. Castlegar-Trail    $296.15
53. Rossland-Paterson   223.75
57. Schofield Highway   233.25
67. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   173.75
Sundry roads  2,257.11
Plant and tools   438.00
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)         3,622.01
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
33. I.X.L. and Midnight Mine Road  $249.10
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.  249.10
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 50. Inland Empire Project   $499.15
Less Dominion Government contribution   332.77
Total expenditure, Mining-roads   $166.38
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $5,267.59
(G.)   Non-contributory    914.53
(H.)   Supervision   19.12
(J.)   Public Health   320.09
$6,521.33
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund          6,687.71
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District      $97,380.59
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
104b. Glanford Avenue  ;       $1,500.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $1,500.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
30r. East Saanich   $984.90
28R. Island Highway          6,010.85
52R. West Saanich  ;        1,311.81
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing         8,307.56
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
28r. Island Highway        $5,062.45
29R. Saanich and Quadra Street          2,059.98
Ca-  ied forward.        $7,122.43      $9,807.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 115
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward      $7,122.43      $9,807.56
Reg. No.
30r. East Saanich      __. 3,639.90
52r. West Saanich   1,336.47
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   149.60
Auto Accounts  27.73
Plant and tools   1,372.88
Repairs to district machinery  633.07
Supervision   266.50
Machinery   1,448.00
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        15,996.58
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
57a. Verdier Avenue   $10.00
85b. Keatings Cross Road   190.00
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways   200.00
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(G.)   Non-contributory    $136.54
(H.)   Supervision   6.40
(J.)    Public Health   1,363.00
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund          1,505.94
Total expenditure, Saanich District      $27,510.08
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
90. Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm   $27,398.35
38r. Trans-Provincial   Highway   (arterial),   Salmon   Arm   Municipality    92.04
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing      $27,490.39
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
10. Bestwick   $193.65
11. Blind Bay-Balmoral   581.80
12. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay   301.25
17. Campbell Meadows   438.70
20. Celista     437.62
21. Chase-Falkland  — 1,056.17
26. Douglas Lake-Grande Prairie   319.07
27. Duck Range  517.15
33. Fowler-Willette   746.07
43. Kamloops-Shuswap    177.60
44. Kamloops-Vernon    5,934.36
49. Magna Bay  --- 321.65
53. Meadow Creek   196.85
64. Paxton Valley   271.55
66. Pinantan  District   209.03
67. Pritchard-Pinantan-Paul Lake   929.73
68. Pritchard District   461.69
70. Robbins Range   847.31
Carried forward  $13,941.25    $27,490.39 Z 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $13,941.25    $27,490.39
Reg. No.
72. Salmon River   1,288.06
78. Sicamous-Vernon   321.47
83. Squilax-Anglemont   764.14
84. Squilax-Turtle Valley   406.55
87. Tappen-Carlin-Notch Hill   265.02
88. Tappen-Skimiken   487.31
89. Tappen District   196.40
90. Trans-Canada Highway—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm    12,567.16
Sicamous-Revelstoke   4,294.95
Sicamous-Canoe   875.13
95. White Lake   510.25
96. White Lake District   255.90
38r. Trans-Provincial  (arterial), Salmon Arm Municipality   4,494.25
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    2,375.16
Camp equipment   56.35
Plant and tools   2,746.06
Plant maintenance   531.10
Plant equipment   5,185.30
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        51,561.81
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie (Secondary 26b)          $324.56
Canoe Road  (Secondary 76b)   675.36
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways   999.92
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
29. De Fosses   $663.65
71.  Monte Creek, No. 6   1,936.83
80. Pritchard   2,648.96
107. Salmon River, No. 17   408.66
1 12a. Chase   37,483.29
113. Squilax   660.12
118. Taylor   966.52
161. Revelstoke (west), No. 21   256.43
163. Revelstoke (west), No. 22   303.12
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    1,267.06
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        46,594.64
Vote 157—Ferries.
3. Sorrento-Scotch Creek   $4,383.46
5. Ducks   1,056.88
6. Shuswap Lake  841.19
7. Sicamous   .77
$6,282.30
Shuswap Lake Ferry (credit)   36.65
Total, Vote 157—Ferries         6,245.65
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
44. Kamloops-Vernon  .  $864.01
72. Salmon River   166.28
83. Squilax-Anglemont   246.86
Carried forward        $1,277.15 $132,892.41 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 117
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,277.15 $132,892.41
Reg. No.
90. Trans-Canada Highway—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm          1,049.86
Sicamous-Revelstoke   167.19
Sundry roads (units under $150)         1,205.50
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)          3,699.70
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Twin Mountain Mineral Group   $99.20
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.  99.20
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $17,985.32
(G.)  Non-contributory   2,364.58
(H.)   Supervision   3,063.73
(J.)   Public Health   2,092.10
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        25,505.73
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   $162,197.04
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1929," Sec. 6 («):  Roads.
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver       $1,081.05
Total, Capital Account, 1929—Roads        $1,081.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
31. Dog Lake   $493.97
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver   964.06
7. Oliver-Osoyoos   34.57
8. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   216.37
2. Princeton-Hedley   9,465.89
9. Penticton-Summerland   4,781.20
42R. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver   989.09
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads        16,945.15
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
10.    Penticton-Marron Valley Junction        $1,778.11
42r. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver       22,510.43
6.    Marron Valley Junction-Oliver        27,901.43
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        52,189.97
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
13. Allison-Copper Mountain   $150.75
21. Cawston roads   276.93
24. Copper Mountain   1,070.44
40. 5-Mile-Princeton    388.76
Carried forward   .■-.....      $1,886.88    $70,216.17 Z 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,886.88    $70,216.17
Reg. No.
1. Hope-Princeton  ..  1,777.73
3. Hedley-Keremeos   1,293.28
45. Hedley-Nickel Plate   818.26
47. Hedley streets   1,129.36
4. Keremeos-Green Mountain   861.49
53. Kaleden Townsite   152.75
55. Keremeos-Cawston    220.00
57. Keremeos streets   962.02
5. Marron Valley  ,  735.75
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver   2,138.69
7. Oliver-Osoyoos     1,286.62
8. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   524.45
86. Princeton streets   2,239.25
71. Oliver streets   199.11
72. 1-Mile-Princeton    766.51
76. Oliver-Cawston     157.89
2. Princeton-Hedley   2,068.75
9. Penticton-Summerland    888.37
10. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction   754.19
78. Penticton-Green Mountain   226.53
89. Richter Pass   300.61
42r. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver   711.86
91. Shingle Creek   174.25
94. S.O.L. Projects  625.48
104. White Lake   204.18
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   2,530.95
Garages   726.63
Warehouses    169.53
Plant and tools  6,190.97
Supervision, General Foreman (salary and expenses)   3,434.26
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.        36,166.60
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
29b. Penticton-Naramata        $1,200.00
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways          1,200.00
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
107. White Road  $37.50
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads   37.50
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
245. Canal   $174.61
18. Copper Mountain, No. 1   2,011.35
42. 5-Mile, No. 1   254.36
92. Keremeos-Hedley   223.88
84. Keremeos-Green Mountain, No. 1   372.66
83. Keremeos-Green Mountain, No. 6   719.89
178. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver, No. 3   422.10
136. Princeton   184.42
213. Penticton  (arterial)    495.53
217. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction   841.56
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    830.68
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance         6,531.04
Carried forward .  $114,151.31 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 119
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $114,151.31
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Reg. No.
2. Princeton-Hedley   $248.16
45. Hedley-Nickel Plate   573.21
72. 1-Mile-Princeton    176.29
Sundry roads (units under $150)   827.64
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)          1,825.30
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
109. Dominion Branch   $199.55
42. Grand Oro   200.00
242. Golden Cache   125.00
235. Shoemaker   75.00
103. Whipsaw Creek   40.00
107. White   37.50
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc. ...... 677.05
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 13. Hedley Mine       $2,857.40
Project No. 15. Copper Mountain          3,291.12
$6,148.52
Less Dominion Government contribution         4,099.01
Total expenditure, Mining-roads        $2,049.51
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $56,480.42
(G.)   Non-contributory    9,522.40
(H.)   Supervision   2,822.35
(J.)  Public Health   4,706.54
$73,531.71
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund       75,581.22
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $192,234.£
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
Usk and vicinity   $11,986.24
Kitwanga and vicinity   1,823.80
Cedarvale and vicinity   961.35
Terrace and vicinity   3,705.59
Remo and vicinity      429.00
Hazelton and vicinity   7,821.15
Smithers and vicinity   7,814.71
Kitimat   293.92
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    161.69
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $34,997.45
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
61. Kitsecuela   $4,499.94
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          4,499.94
Carried forward      $39,497.39 Z 120
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $39,497.39
Reg. No.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
102.
102.
33c.
33.
32.
91.
77.
Prince Rupert Highway—
Terrace-Usk   	
Usk-Cedarvale 	
Cedarvale-Kitwanga
Skeena Crossing-South Hazelton
South Hazelton-Moricetown 	
Moricetown-Smithers 	
Smithers-Omineca Boundary 	
5lR. Arterial Highway, Terrace	
119. Andrews 	
137. Hazelton sidewalks 	
112. Hazelton Station 	
123. Hodkin 	
35. Hudson's Bay Mountain 	
138. Island-Cedarvale 	
49. Kispiox 	
43. Kitsumgallum Lake 	
40. Kitwanga Valley 	
52. Lakelse Lake 	
55. Lakelse Hot Springs 	
125. Newens 	
300. Port Essington streets 	
19. Snake 	
107. Telkwa High 	
68. Usk-Canyon ......
Snow-removal
Sundry roads  (units under $150)
Machinery units 	
Equipment-sheds 	
Plant and tools 	
Tax Account 	
Roads, Trails,
$909.93
3,994.20
171.00
643.87
3,079.42
3,501.83
923.50
55.50
166.61
180.21
181.70
180.80
591.29
242.40
744.16
1,977.67
364.80
775.93
155.82
188.08
399.20
630.69
1,033.40
174.80
2,445.60
421.61
1,804.32
1,674.13
6,787.07
3,514.40
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.
37,913.94
Vote 157—Classified Highways.
Secondary Highway, 58b  (Smithers)
Secondary Highway, 67b (Terrace)  .
Total, Vote 157—Classified Highways
$401.09
15.32
416.41
Vote 157—Mining-roads.
316. Mother of Cloud and Sericite Mica Claims
121. Victory  	
103. Glacier Gulch 	
314. Eureka Mine 	
234. Lucky Luke Group
315. Surf Inlet Trail to Butedale
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads
$200.00
25.00
49.20
150.00
125.00
161.04
710.24
Vote 157—Bridges:   Classified.
Alwyn Creek, No. 1  $1,122.60
  1,061.52
  2,537.25
  314.78
  168.18
  174.51
  180.88
  3,143.01
1.
2. Alwyn Creek, No. 2
6. John Brown Creek
20. Canyon Creek 	
51. Hazelton 	
61. Kitsequekla 	
57. Kitwancool 	
65. Leanto 	
Carried fonvard       $8,702.73    $78,537.98 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 121
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Bridges:   Classified—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,702.73    $78,537.98
Reg. No.
70. Meanskinisht   499.54
213. Pontoon   1,749.56
87. Remo Railway Crossing (north)   430.02
88. Remo Railway Crossing (south)   752.48
214. Remo Railway Trestle  822.11
97. Skeena Suspension   734.08
98. Smithers   892.23
135. Terrace   155.11
105. Two Bridge Creek  366.78
116-123 Usk-Vanarsdal Bridges   1,448.10
Sundry bridges   1,997.67
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Classified        18,550.41
Vote 157—Ferries.
78. Cedarvale  .  $1,659.61
79. Copper River   1,385.30
80. Hazelton   1,841.16
81. Kitwanga   2,092.97
82. Remo   1,365.03
83. Usk    4,018.83
84. Pacific   56.30
85. Kalum River  7.20
Total, Vote 157—Ferries        12,426.40
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
311. Usk Trail   $50.00
319. Four Ace Group   50.00
231. North Fork of Lome and Douglas Creeks  150.00
208. Chimdemash and North Fork  250.00
313. Calanda Group    200.00
267. Victor Group   £0.00
239. McCabe Trail   100.00
312. Jessie Gold Mine Trail  100.00
305. Caledonia Group   100.00
216. Evelyn Group   20.00
321. Lowrie Creek  ,  25.00
310. Triangle Trail   25.00
316. Mother of Cloud and Sericite Mica Claims  200.00
121. Victory  25.00
213. Grotto Group   499.95
103. Glacier Gulch   50.00
314. Eureka Mine   150.00
234. Lucky Luke Group   125.00
315. Surf Inlet Trail to Butedale   161.04
318. Branch Trail to Valhalla Group   200.00
264. Trail to Bermaline and August Groups   50.00
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,580.99
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—■
Mining-roads—
Project No. 19. Silver Lake Trail        $1,960.51
Project No. 33. Driftwood Creek Road        2,499.08
Project No. 41. Silver Standard Mine Road :. 997.95
$5,457.54
Less Dominion Government contribution         3,638.36
Total expenditure, Mining-roads       $1,819.18
Carried forward ,      $1,819.18 $112,095.78 Z 122 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,819.18 $112,095.78
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $24,798.45
(G.)   Non-contributory    4,893.67
(H.)  Supervision  527.60
(J.)   Public Health   3,882.37
$34,102.09
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        35,921.27
Total expenditure, Skeena District   $148,017.05
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank        $68,180.11
Total, Capital Account—Ferries     $68,180.11
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
Reg. No.
16-17. Kelowna-Vernon         $4,287.56
18. K.L.O. Main   543.93
21. Lake Shore  (Okanagan Mission)    1,478.01
34. Rutland Subdivision   543.93
48. Westbank  Ferry   3,686.53
40r. Peachland-Kelowna  (arterial), Peachland Municipality   1,366.47
41r. Penticton-Kelowna (arterial), Summerland Municipality  3,093.48
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        14,999.91
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2. Bulman Subdivision   $262.04
3. Belgo Subdivision (north)   831.85
5. Bear Creek   207.68
7. Benvoulin  Subdivision  .  375.58
9. Glenmore Subdivision   184.47
10. Gellatly-Lake Shore   350.13
12. Glenrosa  Subdivision   336.34
13. Hydraulic  Creek   564.99
15. Joe Riche District   925.86
16. Kelowna-Vernon  (north)    2,819.89
17. Kelowna-Vernon  (south)    1,930.52
18. K.L.O. Main   2,788.73
19. K.L.O.  Subdivision   179.95
20. Lewis Bailey   668.61
21. Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)   3,454.41
25. North Naramata   244.99
27. Naramata Subdivision   278.14
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision   1,272.48
31. Peachland-Princeton     230.90
33. Penticton-Naramata   164.62
34. Rutland Subdivision   5,502.59
35. Richter  Street   423.57
36. Scotty Creek   622.10
37. S.K.L. Subdivision   271.05
39. Spiers    947.88
40. Summerland-Peachland   241.56
46. Westside     399.53
Carried forward •     $26,480.46    $83,180.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 123
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $26,480.46    $83,180.02
Reg. No.
47. Westbank Subdivision   914.81
48. Westbank Ferry   1,224.78
49. Woods Lake Bottom   845.44
50. Casorso     195.18
54. T. Bulman   406.70
40R. Peaehland-Kelowna (arterial), Peachland Municipality   1,626.04
4lR. Penticton-Kelowna (arterial), Summerland Municipality   976.16
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    890.21
Office expenses   999.11
Travelling expenses   42.06
Plant, tools, and equipment  12,687.58
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc.  ,. '..      47,288.53
Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance.
25. Mill Creek, No. 1   $220.24
33. Mission Creek, No. 1  .  398.45
35. Mission Creek, No. 3   361.34
48. Slough Bridge, No. 2   213.79
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   999.79
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance         2,193.61
Vote 157—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank     $52,133,29
Less Ferry tolls   30,047.30
Total, Vote 157—Ferries       22,085.99
Vote 157—Wharves.
Ferry-slip, Summerland        $2,145.99
Total, Vote 157—Wharves          2,145.99
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
2. Bulman Subdivision  '.  $2.00
3. Belgo Subdivision  (north)    8.50
4. Belgo Subdivision (south)   5.40
5. Bear Creek   36.50
7. Benvoulin Subdivision   7.90
9. Glenmore Subdivision   15.80
10. Gellatly-Lake Shore   44.95
12. Glenrosa Subdivision   46.85
13. Hydraulic  Creek   376.36
14. Hawks-Miller-Dean    9.40
15. Joe Riche District   71.10
16. Kelowna-Vernon   (north)     61.06
17. Kelowna-Vernon  (south)   .- 22.04
18. K.L.O. Main   11.00
19. K.L.O.  Subdivision   8.25
20. Lewis Bailey and branches   55.90
21. Lake Shore (Okanagan Mission)   16.25
23. McDougall Creek   49.02
24. Meadow Valley and branches   27.20
27. Naramata Subdivision   4.50
29. Okanagan Centre Subdivision   17.05
33. Penticton-Naramata    20.40
34. Rutland Subdivision   25.40
35. Richter  Street   1.00
Carried forward  $943.83 $156,894.14 Z 124 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)—Continued.
Brought forward  $943.83 $156,894.14
Reg, No.
37. S.K.L. Subdivision   18.50
38. South Okanagan and branches   4.00
39. Spiers   1.00
40. Summerland-Peachland   77.20
43. Trepanier and branches   41.60
45. Woodlawn Subdivision   1.00
46. Westside    44.74
47. Westbank Subdivision   73.80
48. Westbank  Ferry   122.48
49. Woods Lake Bottom   24.08
50. Casorso     1.00
51. McKenzie    1.75
53. Rutland Packing-house   5.90
54. T. Bulman   6.50
Sundry roads   29.95
40r. Peachland-Kelowna (arterial), Peachland Municipality   27.22
4lR. Penticton-Kelowna (arterial), Summerland Municipality  73.90
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal)        1,498.45
Vote 158—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Municipality of Glenmore (Kelowna-Vernon Road)          $400.00
Total, Vote 157—Local Highways   400.00
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.) Direct Relief   $27,262.48
(G.)  Non-contributory    4,304.06
(H.)  Supervision    .•.  4,883.42
(J.)   Public Health   2,730.59
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        39,180.55
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District   $197,973.14
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
3. Marine     $957.55
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          $957.55
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2. Imperial Street  .  $187.81
3. Marine Drive   3,662.67
Supervision   887.56
Plant and tools  327.27
Sundry roads (units less than $100)   39.26
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc        5,104.57
Vote 157—Bridges: Maintenance.
1. Beacon Gulch   $23.10
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:  Maintenance  23.10
Carried forward         $6,085.22 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 125
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $6,085.22
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $5,248.54
(G.)  Non-contributory   99,462.89
(H.)  Supervision   94,761.09
(J.)   Public Health   56,739.14
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund     256,211.66
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District  $262,296.88
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6: Roads.
44. Spences Bridge-Merritt        $4,999.57
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $4,999.57
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Bituminous
Surfacing.
73R. Nicola Avenue (Merritt)   $1,452.30
70-74A. Merritt-Princeton  (Merritt)    508.00
75A. Voght Street (Merritt)   620.90
1.    Trans-Canada Highway  5,955.43
35.    Merritt-Kamloops   599.06
44.    Spences Bridge-Merritt   6,511.50
$15,647.19
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        15,647.19
Vote 157—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Trans-Canada Highway  „  $177.67
2. A.M. Mine   268.35
9. Blakeburn   300.23
11. Brookmere    312.10
14. Coalmont  1,402.00
17.  Coldwater     316.45
25. Douglas Lake  '.  271.40
35. Kamloops  .  6,730.13
36. Kane Valley   187.92
44. Spences Bridge-Merritt   8,437.82
46. Mamette Lake   717.22
58. Neil   190.40
70. Princeton   J  3,940.45
86. Logan    .  213.20
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,221.94
Supervision  (office)    281.67
Plant and tools  1,382.83
Garage operation   3,272.05
Repairs, machinery   3,720.88
General cost, machinery  120.15
Total, Vote 157—Roads, Trails, etc       33,464.86
Vote 157—Cariboo Highway.
Cariboo Highway (maintenance)     $32,106.70
Less Toll-gate receipts        66,612.09
Total, Vote 157—Cariboo Highway (credit balance)     $34,505.39
Carried forward     $19,606.23 Z 126 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $19,606.23
Vote 157.—Mining-roads.
Reg. No.
391. Cable Bridge-Jessica   $125.00
2. Hope-Princeton    374.79
434. Invermay Bridge (Skagit River)   74.85
223. Kelly Creek Bridge   245.15
79. Tulameen River   299.50
Total, Vote 157—Mining-roads         1,119.29
Vote 157.—Bridges:   Maintenance.
86. Dutchman Bar   $383.13
48. Granite Creek   943.81
92. Le Neve   459.54
247. Nicola Avenue  368.00
11. Nigger Creek  207.40
91. Palmer   725.62
99. Robbins  492.77
78. Sinking   7,538.99
81. Spuzzum   714.94
83. Swan   2,210.28
90. Sidehill   1,114.95
246. Ten Mile   579.15
71. Yale     335.45
Various bridges  (units under $150)   1,325.83
Total, Vote 157—Bridges:   Maintenance        17,399.86
Vote 157—Traffic Operation (Snow-removal).
Snow-removal     $999.97
Total, Vote 157—Traffic Operation  (Snow-removal)   $999.97
Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
30. Bear Creek   $100.00
4. Elliot Creek Trail   124.80
37. Gordon Creek Trails   500.00
42. Galena Creek Trail   100.00
34. Homestake Trail   200.00
2. Hope-Princeton Road   375.00
74. Rice  200.00-
79. Tulameen River  299.64
391. Cable Bridge-Jessica   ,  125.00
223. Kelly Creek Bridge  ■. ..... 250.00
Sundry roads and trails (units under $100)   300.00
$2,574.44
Less credit   1.95
Total, Vote 116—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc        2,572.49
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement July 16th, 1938, Sec. 1—
Mining-roads—
Project No. 6. Hope-Princeton Highway      $10,701.00
Less Dominion Government contribution          7,134.00
Total expenditure, Mining-roads        $3,567.00
Carried forward      $3,567.00    $41,697.84 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Z 127
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,567.00    $41,697.84
Labour Department.
(F.)  Direct Relief   $8,203.45
(G.)   Non-contributory    1,788.00
(H.)   Supervision   861.80
(J.)   Public Health   671.00
$11,524.25
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        15,091.25
Total expenditure, Yale District     $56,789.09
VICTORIA DISTRICT.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Labour Department.
(F.)   Direct Relief   $5,565.93
(G.)   Non-contributory    12,119.14
(H.)   Supervision   55,194.49
(J.)   Public Health   5,676.25
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund      $78,555.81
MISCELLANEOUS.
Vote 157—
Roads, generally   $1,533.29
Roads  (Location of Highways)    11,277.25
Roads   (Warehouse Account)     1,030.54
Roads to National Parks   3,989.68
River-bank Protection   2,144.32
Highway Signs   175.69
Equipment   145,403.40
Launch     6,766.78
Bridges, generally   2,317.21
Traffic Operation   63,337.60
       $237,975.76
Special Warrant No. 6, City of New Westminster—refund re street-railway
tracks, north approach to Fraser River Bridge  13,102.19
" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Buildings—
Saanich Mental Home, Supervisor's Residence   $5,389.30
Saanich Mental Home   532.50
Motor-vehicle Building, Vancouver  161,353.20
Nurses' Home, Essondale   4,486.56
Government Building, Kamloops   35,459.32
Motor-vehicle Building, Victoria   13,117.02
Lockup, Alberni   1,758.13
Purchase, Lot 4, D.S. 1739, Victoria   3,000.00
Government Buildings, Barkerville   896.25
Government Buildings, Powell River   12,691.39
Mental Hospital at New Westminster   12,170.32
Training-school, Burnaby   5,066.41
255,920.40
" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads-
Roads to National Parks  (Non-contributory)    11,486.61
" Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge Act, 1935 "  23,736.02
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Provincial Works (P.C. 2013)   2,460.71
Provincial Works  (K.)   ...  2,656.14
Highway Construction, November 16th, 1937, Agreement   3,357.47
Highway Construction, November 8th, 1938, Agreement—
Single Homeless Men  .       $264,065.63
Less Dominion Government contribution  .         130,616.95
133,448.68
Carried forward       $684,143.98 Z 128 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1938-39.
MISCELLANEOUS—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward       $684,143.98
Farm Employment and Improvement Plan—
" C " Account   $1,004.70
Less Dominion Government contribution   502.35
  502.35
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 7th—
Assistance to Settlers         $17,093.34
Less Dominion Government contribution   8,546.67
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, July 19th, 1938—
Playing-grounds     $9,390.24
Less Dominion Government contribution   4,695.14
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 19th, 1938—
Spanish  Banks           $29,998.26
Less Dominion Government contribution   14,999.13
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 16th, 1938—
Peace Arch Highway Extension        $246,947.20
Less Dominion Government contribution         148,168.32
Dominion-Provincial Works Agreement, July 19th, 1938—
Stanley Park  „         $19,997.27
Less Dominion Government contribution   9,998.62
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, November 8th, 1938—
Farm Improvement and Employment Plan          $15,025.33
Less Dominion Government contribution   7,512.66
8,546.67
4,695.10
14,999.13
98,778.88
9,998.65
7,512.67
Labour Department.
(E.)  Municipal Direct Relief   $2,810,622.19
(L. and M.) Advances to Municipalities   292.34
(G.)   Forestry (Non-contributory)    2,524.67
(R.)   Physically Unfit   205,782.80
(U.)   Unemployables     265,688.88
$3,284,910.88
Less Dominion Government grant     1,380,000.00
$1,904,910.88
(V.)   Single Homeless Men Repatriation Federal A/c. $85,289.68
Less Dominion Government contribution       54,186.18
  31,103.50
Labour Department      1,936,014.38
Votes 153, 154, 155, 156, 159, 161, and 162 (for detail see Public Accounts)         915,425.30
Total expenditure, Public Works and Labour Departments    $9,257,409.79
Summary.
Gross expenditure, Public Works and Labour Departments $11,589,437.53
Less Dominion Government contribution    $2,165,303.29
Revenue, Cariboo Highway   66,612.09
Revenue, Boiler Inspection   33,763.12
Revenue, Wharves and Ferries   66,349.24
—      2,332,027.74
$9,257,409.79
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfibld, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1930.
300-1039-1985

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