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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EEPORT
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL
AFFAIRS
FOR the year ended
DECEMBER 3'1st, 1939
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE  LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1940.  To His Honour Eric Werge Hamber,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
I have the honour to transmit herewith the Annual Report of the Deputy Minister of
Municipal Affairs for the year ended December 31st, 1939.
A. WELLS GRAY,
Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Victoria, B.C., October 15th, 1940.  REPORT OF THE
DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS.
Victoria, B.C., October 8th, 1940.
Hon. A. Wells Gray,
Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the annual report of this Department for the
year ended December 31st, 1939.
The delay in getting out the report this year was unavoidable, owing to the circumstances
set out by Mr. R. S. Gilchrist, Supervisor of Municipalities.
With respect to municipal assessments, it is interesting to follow the trend throughout
the Province as between the years 1938 and 1939, showing as they do that land is steadily
decreasing and improvements increasing. Cities have decreased their land assessments by
$530,068; District Municipalities by $6,371,794; with an increase in Villages of $32,380.
Improvement assessments have increased in Cities by $1,944,736; in Districts, $5,394,918;
and in Villages, $338,301. The City of Vancouver is not included in the above figures, but
they show a decrease in land assessment of $2,653,270 and an increase in improvement
assessments of $8,222,850. Throughout the Province the total figures show land assessments
decreased by $9,522,752 and improvements increased by $15,900,805.
The debenture debt of the Province, exclusive of the Cities of Vancouver and Kaslo, is
as follows:—
Debentures issued in 1939—
Cities    $564,458
Districts      126,753
Villages           35,000
Total    $726,211
Debentures paid off during the same year—
Cities    $642,604
Districts      360,440
Total  1  1,003,044
Showing a reduction for the year in the total debenture debt of     $276,833
A summary of the purposes for which the new issues were made is as follows:—
Dominion 2-per-cent. Loans   $182,000
Schools        133,199
Refundings  .       102,957
Civic Arenas        72,000
Hospitals        65,000
Local Improvements        55,055
Sewerage          45,000
Water             35,000
Parks         25,000
Incinerator         11,000
$726,211
All loans before being approved for submission to the electors were carefully examined
by this Department, with a view to their necessity and seeing that the life of the works to be
created would exceed the term of the debentures issued to finance such works. Also, as
far as possible, to see that the estimates were sufficient to complete the contemplated works. R 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
As arranged with you, details of the loans applied for under " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," of the Dominion, which were examined and passed upon by
this Department, are included in special schedules prepared by Mr. Gilchrist, which will be
found at the end of this report. The work in connection with these loans was heavy and
entailed a great amount of time, as care had to be exercised in seeing that the applications
complied with the regulations of the Federal Government and that the contemplated undertakings were self-liquidating. Further, that they were not likely to become a charge upon
the Province, which in all cases guaranteed the loans.
The total amount of loans approved by Ottawa amounted to $2,038,935, which is slightly
in excess of the British Columbia quota, based on the Federal Government's original estimate
of $30,000,000 divided by the population of Canada.
There have been no further defaults during the year, but the following cities, after
having made satisfactory arrangements with their bondholders, obtained the necessary
enabling legislation at the 1939 Session:—
City of Enderby paid 60 per cent,  of their outstanding bonded  debt and  issued
twenty-year annuity bonds for the balance.     (See Chapter 17, 1939 Statutes.)
City of Nanaimo issued serial bonds at a lower rate of interest in exchange for their
outstanding waterworks debentures.     (See Chapter 40, 1939 Statutes.)
City of New Westminster.—Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 43, 1939 Statutes,
the city are enabled to exchange their prefire debentures for a new issue at the
same rate of interest, extending the date of repayment to January 2nd, 1960.
This  Department  is  continuing to  carry out  your  policy  of  giving  every  reasonable
assistance to municipalities throughout the Province, and  I feel safe in saying that your
attitude in this respect is fully appreciated.
Generally speaking, the co-operation between the municipalities and this Department is
excellent and I feel sure that within a short time those municipalities referred to in the
Supervisor's report will co-operate more closely with respect to their annual returns.
I am glad to report that another successful meeting was held by the Municipal Officials
this year, the meeting being held in Victoria on May 16th and 17th, and I am satisfied that
mutual benefit is being and will be derived by both the municipalities and the several Departments of the Government by a continuance of such meetings.
It is gratifying to find that our annual report is becoming more and more in demand.
This year nearly 800 copies of the 1938 report have been distributed on requests received
from all parts of Canada and in many instances from the United States.
E. H. BRIDGMAN,
Deputy Minister. Victoria, B.C., September 6th, 1940.
E. H. Bridgman, Esq.,
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Sir,—The report of the Department for the year ended December 31st, 1939, is attached
hereto.
The Condensed Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at December 31st, 1939, is continued as a regular schedule. The source for this statement was the printed audited annual
balance-sheet of the municipality.
The schedules have neither been added to nor rearranged for the 1939 report; the only
change being the omission of any comparison with 1940 figures with respect to assessment
and tax rate.
It has been noted on Schedule VII. again this year: " Some municipalities have written
up to par the value of their own debentures, purchased for the sinking funds, while other
municipalities carry corresponding purchases at cost. This makes it impossible to compare
the condition of the funds accurately. Showing, at the end of the year, the difference between
par and cost of the above-referred-to purchases, creates an excess in the sinking fund account.
This difference should be spread over the unexpired term of the purchased debenture. Sinking
fund computations are not always reflected with exactness. In many cases the requirements
are calculated only up to the time of the last tax levy, several months before the end of the
year, and allowance is not always made for the accrued interest."
The examination into the condition of the sinking funds has been delayed. It seems that
this examination can only be carried out by uninterrupted concentration. This is not possible
with the present set-up of the staff.
Figures for the City of Vancouver, when comparable, have been shown separately, such
information having been either supplied by the Comptroller, on request, or taken from the
1939 annual report and source noted.
While the effectiveness of the detail forms used by this Department has been demonstrated time and again, some municipalities yet do not make the use of the information
contained therein in the manner in which this Department had hoped. If properly filled out
and consistently used, the forms in question can be made the basis from which any statement
as to normal operations can be prepared.
In this connection the opinion previously expressed is still held, that no satisfactory
analysis can be made when different sets of figures are submitted for some special purpose
on the same subject-matter by the same municipality. This condition unquestionably reacts
to the disadvantage of the municipality.
It is becoming more and more evident that closer supervision of the records and books of
account of some municipalities must be provided for. Under present conditions not much
more than a cursory examination of the statements and returns of each municipality can be
made by this Department, but it was noted in one instance particularly that items of importance had been omitted from the balance-sheet, although the balance-sheet was audited.
The delay in the presentation of the report this year was unavoidable, the following being
the contributing factors:—
(1.)   The  examination  of  applications  for  loans  under  " The  Municipal  Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," of the Dominion.
(2.)   The survey of the books of account of The Corporation of the City of Nelson.
(3.)   The enlisting, on declaration of war, of Mr. D. R. Wheldon, one of the members
of the staff closely connected with the statistical work of the report.
(4.) The apparent indifference of a few of the municipalities to comply with the
requirements of the " Municipal Act " as to the preparation of the financial
report on or before the 1st day of March in each year.
(5.) Waiting for the audited report of The Corporation of the City of Kaslo for the
year 1939. (In this connection, it should be recorded that the completion of
this report has been delayed over two months in an endeavour to include the
figures for Kaslo. With the exception of Schedule II.—Assessment in Detail
for the Year 1939—all schedules show " Kaslo, no report available.") R 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
However, it is noted with satisfaction that the reports of many of the municipalities were
presented in a much more satisfactory form than previously. The aim of this Department in
its effort towards improving general administration and standardizing municipal accounting
methods is to assist in every way possible, on request, municipalities desiring such assistance.
R. S. GILCHRIST,
Supervisor of Municipalities. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
I. Condensed Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at December 31st, 1939  11
I.A.—Cities  11
LB.—Districts  13
I.C.—Villages 1 >  15
II. Assessment in Detail for the Year 1939  17
II.A.—Cities  17
H.B.—Districts  19
II.C—Villages  21
III. Tax Rate Levy, 1939—
III.A.—Cities  23
III.A1.—Cities  24
III.B.—Districts  25
III.B1.—Districts  26
III.C—Villages  27
IV. Debenture and Sundry Debt, exclusive of Shortage in Sinking Funds as at Decem
ber 31st, 1939  29
IV.A.—Cities  29
IV.B.—Districts  31
IV.C—Villages  33
V. Unused Borrowing-power as at December 31st, 1939  34
V.A.—Cities  35
V.B.—Districts    36
VI. Statement of Maturities of Debenture Debt as at December 31st, 1939, after Corresponding Debentures held in Sinking Fund for Investment have been
deducted  37
VI.A.—Cities .  37
VLB.—Districts  39
VII. Sinking Funds as at December 31st, 1939  41
VILA.—Cities  41
VII.A1.—Sinking Fund levied—Cities _■_  42
VII.B.—Districts  43
VII.Bl.—Sinking Fund levied—Districts  44
VIII. Unpaid Taxes—Comparative  Statement of Unpaid Taxes as at December 31st,
1930 to 1939, both inclusive  45
VIII.A.—Cities  46
VIII.B.—Districts  47
VIII.C—Villages  48
IX. Tax Levy, Collections, and Percentages for the Year 1939  49
IX.A.—Cities  50
IX.B.—Districts  51
IX.C—Villages  52
X. Cash in Bank and on Hand as at December 31st, 1939    53
X.A.—Cities  53
X.B.—Districts  54
X.C.—Villages  54
XI. Receipts, 1939    55
XI.A.—Cities  55
XI.B.—Districts  57
XI.C—Villages  57
XII. Disbursements, 1939  59
XII.A.—Cities  59
XII.B.—Districts  61
XII.C—Villages  63 R 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Page.
XIII. Public Utilities, 1939  65
XIII.A.—Electric Light—Cities and Districts  66
XIII.B.—Waterworks—Cities  67
XIII.C.—Waterworks—Districts and Villages  68
XIII.D.—Other  69
XIV. Tax Sale Lands as at December 31st, 1939  70
XIV.A.—Cities  70
XIV.B.—Districts  71
XIV.C—Villages    71
XV. Percentage   Relationship   of   the   Assessed   Value   of   Lands   and   Improvements
acquired through Tax Sales to 1939 Assessment  73
XV.A.—Cities  73
XV.B— Districts  75
XV.C—Villages  77
XVI. Certificates of Approval issued on Money By-laws during 1939  79
XVII. British Columbia Municipalities — Incorporated Name, Date of Incorporation,
Officials—
XVII.A.—Cities  81
XVII.B.—Districts  82
XVII.C—Villages  83
XVIII. Area and Population  84
XVIII.A.—Cities  84
XVIII.B.—Districts  85
XVIII.C—Villages  85
" The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938."
XIX. Loans approved by the Dominion, in Amounts authorized for Projects described  89
XX. Particulars of Final Order in Council, Provincial Guarantee, Charge, Terms, etc.,
on Loans approved  90
XXI. Debentures issued in Favour of the Dominion  90
XXII. Applications receiving Preliminary Approval and Undertaking to guarantee by
Province, but on Examination disallowed by Ottawa as not meeting
Requirements of the Act  91
XXIII. Applications for Loans from the Dominion not approved by the Province  91
XXIV. Applications for Loans from the Dominion withdrawn by Applicants  92
XXV. Inquiries relating to Requirements for Loans from the Dominion  92 I.—CONDENSED  STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31ST, 1939.
R 11
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1939 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets,
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.*
Bank.
Cities—LA	
$30,074,924
12,728,921
195,779
$7,577,282
5,057,378
$6,104,002
4,215,031
3,594
$468,717
198,820
14,541
$1,691,883
1,076,747
19,877
$636,702
370,911
4,335
$1,743,513
1,127,059
1,917
$48,297,023
24,774,867
240,043
$34,045,421
12,363,457
35,000
$98,172
569,045
$364,518
,      356,211
$245,850
149,101
$290,492
496,035
$1,390,305
2,037,732
3,934
$1,534,691
1,942,954
$409,210
308,763
1,150
$38,378,659
18,223,298
40,084
$12,216,738
7,271,964
199,959
$2,298,374
720,395
Districts—LB ..__ 	
Villages—I.C-   ~ 	
Totals 	
$42,999,624
53,655,409
$12,634,660
17,864,170
$10,322,627
5,595,257
$682,078
337,044
$2,788,507
3,290,572
$1,011,948
809,202
$2,872,489
8,916,163
$73,311,933
90,467,817
$46,443,878
72,933,712
$667,217
$720,729
$394,951
247,125
$786,527
4,297,327
$3,431,971
776,318
$3,477,645
669,681
$719,123
2,364,870
$56,642,041
81,289,033
$19,688,661
9,178,784
$3,018,769
Vancouver	
Grand totals	
$96,655,033
$30,498,830    1    $15,917,884
$1,019,122
$6,079,079
$1,821,150
$11,788,652
$163,779,750
$119,377,590
$667,217
$720,729     |       $642,076
1
$5,083,854
$4,208,289
$4,147,326
$3,083,993
$137,931,074
$28,867,445
$3,018,769
* " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938."
LA.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939—CITIES.
Cities.
Assets.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1939 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Liabilities.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.*
Bank.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
81.
32.
Alberni	
Armstrong—
Chilliwack	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook	
Cumberland-
Duncan	
Enderby	
Fernie	
Grand Forks _
Greenwood	
Kamloops	
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Ladysmith._
Merritt	
Nanaimo.—.
Nelson	
New Westminster-
North Vancouver.-
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam „
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossland —
Salmon Arm 	
Slocan	
Trail   	
Vernon 	
Victoria 	
$97,618
86,042
239,974
213,737
400,805
634
91,926
94,157
268,137
128,853
29,645
739,720
No report
411,628
116,748
20,955
818,182
1,252,837
4,333,259
454,549
212,333
299,531
236,323
184,735
1,947,950
525,358
154,106
109,867
10,329
461,731
684,864
15,448,391
Totals-
$30,074,924
$9,702
$29,165
62,080
12,219
196,796
17,123
140,269
3,304
303,466
12,824
31,849
90
6,672
12,740
4,275
89,151
68,931
61,938
41,105
338,876
46,328
available.
256,910
32,513
17,052
103,642
84,347
384,268
49,785
534,537
27,528
1,976,250
564,649
1,095,087
1,247,285
99,443
59,042
235,026
259,541
62,921
225,393
63,987
294,208
450,277
514,975
148,748
62,157
28,502
3,808
100,133
7,480
52,010
481,697
2,795
88,093
104,022
304,845
2,169,425
$7,577,282
$3,403
17
17,817
8,528
5,050
3,028
6,810
12,534
3,488
1,064
427
2,740
53,980
6,481f
4,909
66,085
2,956
117,993f
13,960
7,239f
8,501
2,475
4,709
93,981
1,425
19,202f
1,105
1,409
17,141f
1,504
314,868
$7,394
5,777
16,853
8,703
16,288
1,991
3,597
5,023
18,507
6,936
2,403
9,917
10,288
12,370
34,418
27,748
229,355
88,647
19,962
12,734
10,021
16,114
492,912
24,085
25,071
8,479
3,043
43,859
27,370
452,075
$6,104,002
1,717 | $1,691,883
$5,077
2,545
15,057
3,064
13,918
4,480
320
1,435
3,459
6,043
2,153
27,137
26,082
8,499
4,733
30,636
58,694
55,161
54,826
14,122
7,534
4,834
13,096
13,788
16,584
3,787
5,567
541
4,380
11,928
217,222
$636,702
3,990
19,429
20,020
8,874
3,702
774
1,000
658
1,371
109,225
31,672
614
59,819
46,025
750,134
241,976
13,211
3,913
183
25,699
79,846
46,048
700
8,786
933
264,242
$153,028
172,670
523,049
397,625
761,225
13,835
135,366
133,561
387,675
275,136
75,733
1,313,969
822,702
146,720
230,956
1,443,193
1,950,325
7,790,815
3,196,330
410,874
826,780
542,150
602,548
3,593,729
824,405
196,772
232,631
67,332
986,107
918,714
19,171,068
$32,500
99,745
350,100
240,400
469,708
5,350
71,391
27,000
1,000
144,925
606,421
446,900
235,000
982,388
1,118,025
6,835,166
3,377,790
209,779
504,550
205,030
129,500
1,761,294
451,000
226,500
174,500
1,204,268
345,718
13,789,473
$14,400
1,000
5,600
3,500
57,072
500
2,000
1,000
3,500
3,000
11,000
9,000
$1,743,513
$48,297,023
$34,045,421
$98,172
3,102
30,389
2,906
12,450
17,362
5,166
120,800
71,812
30,000
15,718
2,000
17,496
20,000
917
$364,518
$5,000
8,850
$6,000
9,274
49,500
18,750
10,000
20,000
5,000
12,500
46,000
100,600
8,000
29,000
9,783
2,400
41,935
$2,715
223
12,253
10,259
10,406
1,165
1,042
2,819
6,124
493
74
17,029
2,679
12,845
4,785
17,429
5,079
175,137
932,684
13,060
18,248
2,854
9,080
25,399
3,240
8,906
3,336
1,110
20,771
3,167
65,894
$1,180
11,970
20,856
106,150
1,137
$245,850
$290,492
$1,390,305
$1,534,691
$3,341
117,385
4,166
44
15,269
32,518
2,188
48,761
29,475
48,076
46,243
631,913
22,894
3,626
410,901
78,246
1,100
179,276
4,265
47,895
389
41,608
4,111
11,183
17,735
$409,210
$60,615
113,159
372,807
262,629
639,355
11,515
76,599
38,521
147,207
163,593
89,664
651,088
501,477
30,207
244,951
1,347,092
1,174,680
7,231,958
5,006,281
283,965
942,699
301,848
164,695
2,041,360
503,240
245,189
185,292
42,718
1,282,268
348,885
13,873,102
$38,378,659
$92,413
59,511
150,242
134,996
121,870
2,320
58,767
95,040
240,468
111,543
662,881
321,225
116,513
96,101
775,645
558,857
126,909
240,302
437,853
1,552,369
321,165
47,339
24,614
569,829
5,297,966
$13,931
13,995
1,809,951
115,919
48,417
296,161
$12,216,738
$2,298,374
' The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938.'
t Overdraft. LB.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939—DISTRICTS.
R 13
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1939 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets,
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Districts.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.*
Bank.
1. Burnaby 	
$4,377,417
110,981
61,303
178,135
749,654
334,600
$261,415
40,488
104,007
52,456
315,499
173,479
$2,121,835
7,404
8,452
70,136
16,102
162,572
60
12
4,727
25,047
25,383
12,127
12,192
16,513
1,289,685
62,777
14,817
64,020
7,083
65,794
33,336
13,206
554
957
27,974
43,188
$12,878
4,050
181
6,778f
18,002
22,053
2,626
1,697
442
l,705f
492
454
8,209f
2,432
21,889
64,783
2,807
5,774
251
4,008
6,458
185
1,644
1,123
27,286
8,133f
1,577
20,553
$296,354
23,461
5,676
25,779
22,314
19,696
$130,011
949
194
7,261
5,317
1,301
3
5,417
13,311
7,921
6,845
9,564
4,064
18,285
29,136
696
39,558
2,670
18,583
25,189
3,032
865
3,767
13,581
9,917
59
13,415
$176,376
37,843
7,582
25,000
31,878
1,031
$7,376,286
225,176
187,395
351,989
1,158,766
714,732
2,686
16,782
53,032
177,567
415,611
109,372
166,715
123,806
3,052,135
1,437,515
65,459
1,621,343
49,186
2,182,647
1,311,462
93,506
99,100
228,465
717,957
342,080
116,847
2,377,250
$2,518,242
74,700
112,600
151,170
774,168
446,200
$479,930
$189,543
$230,000
37,745
$1,024,617
7,710
424
1,933
15,651
4,844
$1,033,038
$266,336
1,754
$5,741,706
121,909
113,024
198,431
816,454
459,473
$1,634,580
103,267
74,371
153,558
342,312
255,259
2,686
6,180
29,236
92,612
321,235
59,628
139,887
83,912
1
2. Chilliwhack	
2
3. Coldstream	
	
3
4. Coquitlam 	
6,328
9,635
7,429
39,000
16,000
4
5. Delta	
1,000
1,000
5
6. Esquimalt	
6
7. Fraser Mills	
7
8. Glenmore	
9,726
18,078
99,677
332,972
59,900
121,425
71,132
3,035
18,118
2,309
6,250
39,361
24,364
29,091
31,743
20,773
145,012
20,931
3,760
25,798
7,449
49,208
56,339
12,207
10,683
46,045
7,632
64,113
42
80,357
10,000
20,000
10,300
78,222
2,100
25,000
35,670
2,089,341
681,932
13,500
1,094,800
602
3,796
19,388
540
12,162
282
1,918
727,012
25,583
619
27,574
5,134
15,552
29,147
2,087
4,483
11,566
22,549
3,152
3,061
66,346
10,602
23,796
84,955
94,376
49,744
26,828
39,894
3,771,147
723,993
17,065
1,122,399
12,815
1,335,870
885,914
21,554
66,755
15,566
644,481
107,210
118,230
1.599.107
8
9. Kent	
14,690
35,165
12,300
19,866
9
10. Langley  	
1,876
1,598
96
5,412
10
11. Maple Ridge	
22,881
859
3,314
1,000
1,546
124
787,943
16,152
11
12. Matsqui	
14,585
31
12
13. Mission.    ,.,
13
14. North Cowichan
7,051
1,060,152
328,730
5,183
653,606
1,841
517,112
12,600
4,035
2,895
224
92,443
82,019
2,182
14
15. North Vancouver
85,000
1,000
49,251
	
1,946
32,600
$719,012
15
16. Oak Bay	
918,558
34,161
829,692
31,509
1,553,522
664,845
50,169
32,640
175,913
221,890
226,105
115,169
1,349,748
326
713,522
48,394
498,944
36,371
846,777
425,548
71,952
32,345
212,899
73,476
234,870
778.143
16
17. Peachland
17
18. Penticton    .
3,000
25
939
2,944
9,777
429
11,272
18
19. Pitt Meadows	
3,115
627
97,474
19
20. Richmond	
399,089
443,276
14,707
42,392
1,219,900
794,000
17,400
45,000
16,014
1,638
20
21. Saanich—
$30,476
6,500
21
22. Salmon Arm...
22
23. Spallumcheen	
10,322
660
35,219
908
5,000
4,000
54,859
1,000
23
24. Sumas	
24
25. Summerland
384,375
5,982
504,300
5,443
115,169
1,524,300
115,500
3,125
2,132
3,204
25
26. Surrey—
37,427
26
27. Tadanac	
1,383
27
28. West Vancouver
720,598
109,078
83,501
7,725
736
28
Totals...	
$12,728,921
$5,057,378
$4,215,031
$198,820
$1,076,747
$370,911
$1,127,059
$24,774,867
$12,363,457
$569,045     1       $356,211     1       $149,101
$496,035
$2,037,732
$1,942,954
$308,763
$18,223,298
$7,271,964
$720,395
* " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938."
t Overdraft. I.C.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st,. 1939—VILLAGES.
R 15
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1939 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets,
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
i"n Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Villages.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.*
Bank.
1. Abbotsford   „           ,        	
$16,576
3,485
247
57,544
4,242
7,660
19,321
351
23,570
4,532
1,550
4,936
446
18,047
4,832
19,126
501
2,225
6,588
$1,589
$564
554
321
2,736
990
1,410
941
1,090
556
489
354
1,431
1,002
366f
400
311
827
497
434
$596
426
358
2,469
393
58
811
365
3,973
285
820
1,925
316
2,295
2,397
912
76
654
748
$240
$19,565
4,465
2,151
63,647
5,630
9,304
22,294
2,983
28,855
5,306
2,724
8,364
1,764
21,165
8,144
21,132
1,404
3,376
7,770
I
$321
$321
$19,244
4,465
977
27,523
5,593
9,289
21,982
2,983
27,710
5,306
2,724
8,364
1,764
20,408
8,144
21,093
1,360
3,376
7,654
1
?
1,225
898
5
133
9
7
408
1,174
1,124
37
15
162
1,174
36,124
37
15
312
8
$35,000
4
5
6. Gibsons Landing  ,  	
$43
26
1,170
6
7. Hope _   .
1,186
$150
7
8. McBride
8
348
145
1,000
1,145
9
10
11
72
1?
13. Silverton
13
14. Smithers   .            „..
1,127
62
116
500
757
757
14
399
15
16. Terrace ...
283
39
44
39
44
16
17. Tofino
17
18. Vanderhoof
18
116
116
19
Totals _
$195,779
$3,594
$14,541
$19,877
$4,335
$1,917
$240,043
$35,000
$3,934
$1,150
$40,084
$199,959
* " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938."
f Overdraft. II.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL FOR THE YEAR 1939.
R 17
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land exempted from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Cities—II.A	
Districts—II.B _ 	
$70,764,675
68,111,765
2,002,320
$24,025,421
16,851,685
325,195
$46,739,254
51,260,080
1,677,125
$115,548,413
128,970,403
4,821,378
1
$29,965,726    |    $85,582,687
1
31,973,008    J      96,997,395
886,233    |        3,935,145
$46,739,254
51,260,080
1,677,125
$85,582,687
96,997,395
3,935,145
$132,321,941
148,257,475
5,612,270
$64,187,006
72,748,041
1,967,569
$46,739,254
51,260,080
1,677,125
$64,187,006
72,748,041
1,967,569
$110,926,260
124,008,121
3,644,694
$46,739,254
51,260,080
1,677,125
$35,334,467
32,002,703
1,920,735
$82,073,721
83,262,783
Villages—ILC  	
3,597,860
Totals— 	
Vancouver  	
$140,878,760
153,798,620
$41,202,301
35,926,000
$99,676,459
117,872,620
$249,340,194
215,100,003
$62,824,967    | $186,515,227
!
31,137,960    |    183,962,043
$99,676,459
117,872,620
$186,515,227
183,962,043
$286,191,686
301,834,663
$138,902,616          $99,676,459
91,981,021    |    117,872,620
$138,902,616
91,981,021
$238,579,075
9.09.853.641
$99,676,459
117.872.620
$69,257,905
91,981,021
$168,934,364
209,853,641
Grand totals	
$294,677,380     1     $77,128,301
$217,549,079
$464,440,197
1
_.<._. Qfi9 Q97      1   $370 /I77 970
$217,549,079
$370,477,270
$588,026,349
$230,883,637
$448,432,716
$217,549,079
$161,238,926
$378,788,005
1
v""'" »-»"•■       |
II.A.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1939—CITIES.
Cities.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land exempted from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Land.
Improvements
Total.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent, of
Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
Tax Rate.
1. Alberni	
2. Armstrong	
3. Chilliwack	
4. Courtenay	
5. Cranbrook	
6. Cumberland	
7. Duncan	
8. Enderby	
9. Fernie 	
10. Grand Forks	
11. Greenwood	
12. Kamloops 	
13. Kaslo	
14. Kelowna 	
15. Ladysmith	
16. Merritt	
17. Nanaimo	
18. Nelson	
19. New Westminster.
20. North Vancouver..
21. Port Alberni	
22. Port Coquitlam	
23. Port Moody 	
24. Prince George	
25. Prince Rupert	
26. Revelstoke	
27. Rossland	
28. Salmon Arm	
29. Slocan	
30. Trail	
31. Vernon	
32. Victoria	
Totals....	
l,i
1
24,
$385,611
399,779
821,280
392,771
660,216
136,692
492,504
322,698
504,397
542,471
208,233
1,131,570
219,642
,574,367
322,080
745,259
,028,612
899,085
,152,359
,077,135
941,216
,377,513
063,233
851,657
589,200
910,240
475,336
348,552
80,755
634,690
548,829
926,693
$70,764,675
$147,980
67,795
93,100
46,175
81,850
17,250
35,550
115,784
234,775
270,195
166,493
320,390
54,181
316,555
83,950
509,360
257,455
230,995
4,351,656
3,879,600
255,207
784,911
534,118
1,205,501
1,917,790
288,400
70,620
65,895
49,685
125,100
317,535
7,129,570
$237,631
331,984
728,180
346,596
578,366
119,442
456,954
206,914
269,622
272,276
41,740
1,811,180
165,461
1,257,812
238,130
235,899
1,771,157
1,668,090
7,800,703
2,197,535
686,009
592,602
529,115
646,156
1,671,410
621,840
404,716
282,657
31,070
1,509,590
1,231,294
17,797,123
$24,025,421
$46,739,254
$489,530
631,590
1,902,950
966,570
1,670,595
308,230
1,354,735
362,710
1,539,122
708,220
211,333
4,888,540
375,740
4,299,390
364,900
615,935
4,212,340
5,119,365
17,074,473
4,173,050
2,251,930
714,975
484,690
1,494,430
5,499,855
1,912,560
1,993,410
682,285
77,680
5,534,300
3,227,895
40,405,085
$55,250
204,200
271,250
124,760
326,700
91,800
247,500
132,640
641,898
198,070
120,448
824,710
140,340
508,180
62,800
114,880
426,560
936,865
4,862,705
657,650
298,130
70,050
39,000
108,220
2,141,965
496,700
311,800
148,885
15,090
728,600
745,150
13,912,930
$115,548,413 | $29,965,726
$434,280
427,390
1,631,700
841,810
1,343,895
216,430
1,107,235
230,070
897,224
510,150
90,885
4,063,830
235,400
3,791,210
302,100
501,055
3,785,780
4,182,500
12,211,768
3,515,400
1,953,800
644,925
445,690
1,386,210
3,357,890
1,415,860
1,681,610
533,400
62,590
4,805,700
2,482,745
26,492,155
$85,582,687
$237,631
331,984
728,180
346,596
578,366
119,442
456,954
206,914
269,622
272,276
41,740
1,811,180
165,461
1,257,812
238,130
235,899
1,771,157
1,668,090
7,800,703
2,197,535
686,009
592,602
529,115
646,156
1,671,410
621,840
404,716
282,657
31,070
1,509,590
1,231,294
17,797,123
$434,280
427,390
1,631,700
841,810
1,343,895
216,430
1,107,235
230,070
897,224
510,150
90,885
4,063,830
235,400
3,791,210
302,100
501,055
3,785,780
4,182,500
12,211,768
3,515,400
1,953,800
644,925
445,690
1,386,210
3,357,890
1,415,860
1,681,610
533,400
62,590
4,805,700
2,482,745
26,492,155
$46,739,254 | $85,582,687 | $132,321,941
I        !
$671,911
759,374
2,359,880
1,188,406
1,922,261
335,872
1,564,189
436,984
1,166,846
782,426
132,625
5,875,010
400,861
5,049,022
540,230
736,954
5,556,937
5,850,590
20,012,471
5,712,935
2,639,809
1,237,527
974,805
2,032,366
5,029,300
2,037,700
2,086,326
816,057
93,660
6,315,290
3,714,039
44,289,278
$325,710
320,542
1,223,775
631,357
1,007,921
162,322
830,426
172,552
672,918
382,612
68,163
3,047,872
176,550
2,843,407
226,575
375,791
2,839,335
3,136,875
9,158,826
2,636,550
1,465,350
483 693
334,267
1,039,657
2,518,417
1,061,895
1,261,207
400,050
46,942
3,604,275
1,862,058
19,869,116
$64,187,006
$237,631
331,984
728,180
346,596
578,366
119,442
456,954
206,914
269,622
272,276
41,740
1,811,180
165,461
1,257,812
238,130
235,899
1,771,157
1,668,090
7,800,703
2,197,535
686,009
592,602
529,115
646,156
1,671,410
621,840
404,716
282,657
31,070
1,509,590
1,231,294
17,797,123
$325,710
320,542
1,223,775
631,357
1,007,921
162,322
830,426
172,552
672,918
382,612
68,163
3,047,872
176,550
2,843,407
226,575
375,791
2,839,335
3,136,875
9,158,826
2,636,550
1,465,350
483,693
334,267
1,039,657
2,518,417
1,061,895
1,261,207
400,050
46,942
3,604,275
1,862,058
19,869,116
$46,739,254 | $64,187,006
$563,341
652,526
1,951,955
977,953
1,586,287
281,764
1,287,380
379,466
942,540
654,888
109,903
4,859,052
342,011
4,101,219
464,705
611,690
4,610,492
4,804,965
16,959,529
4,834,085
2,151,359
1,076,295
863,382
1,685,813
4,189,827
1,683,735
1,665,923
682,707
78,012
5,113,865
3,093,352
37,666,239
$237,631
331,984
728,180
346,596
578,366
119,442
456,954
206,914
269,622
272,276
41,740
1,811,180
165,461
1,257,812
238,130
235,899
1,771,157
1,668,090
7,800,703
2,197,535
686,009
592,602
529,115
646,156
1,671,410
621,840
404,716
282,657
31,070
1,509,590
1,231,294
17,797,123
$110,926,260
$46,739,254
$217,140
213,695
489,510
420,905
671,947
108,215
332,170
115,035
493,473
255,075
30,295
2,031,915
117,700
1,263,733
151,050
100,211
378,578
2,091,250
Nil
1,230,390
488,450
161,231
111,422
Nil
1,175,261
707,930
840,805
266,700
6,259
2,402,850
1,241,372
17,219,900
$35,334,467
50
50
30
50
50
50
30
50
55
50
331/3
50
50
331/3
50
20
10
50
Nil
35
25
25
25
Nil
35
50
50
50
10
50
50
65
$454,771
545,679
1,217,690
767,501
1,250,313
227,657
789,124
321,949
763,095
527,351
72,035
3,843,095
283,161
2,521,545
389,180
336,110
2,149,735
3,759,340
7,800,703
3,427,925
1,174,459
753,833
640,537
646,156
..2,846,671
1,329,770
1,245,521
549,357
37,329
3,912,440
2,472,666
35,017,023
$82,073,721
Mills.
50.0 (30)
40.0
54.0
30.5
40.5
40.0
40.0
38.0
50.0
37.0
64.0
40.0
40.0
43.0
39.0
60.0
60.0
33.33 (25.62)
70.0
54.0
55.0
55.0
40.0
65.0
47.5
46.0
42.0
43.0
34.0
40.5
48.0
41.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Bracketed figures represent tax on improvements. II.B.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1939—DISTRICTS.
R 19
Total
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land exempted from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent, of
Improvements
actually
taxed.
Tax Rate.
1. Burnaby—_ __
2. Chilliwhack ..
3. Coldstream...
4. Coquitlam  ....
5. Delta _. _ ...
6. Esquimalt   .
7. Frase* Mills
8. Glenmore  .....
9. Kent  	
10. Langley 	
11. Maple Ridge	
12. Matsqui 	
13. Mission „„ 	
14. North Cowichan —
15. North Vancouver.-
16. Oak Bay 	
17. Peachland 	
18. Penticton	
19. Pitt Meadows	
20. Richmond 	
21. Saanich   	
22. Salmon Arm  	
23. Spallumcheen .....
24. Sumas   _ 	
25. Summerland	
26. Surrey 	
27. Tadanac	
28. West Vancouver _
Totals
$13,397,095
3,405,227
675,225
1,548,350
3,555,124
2,104,302
142,730
148,680
812,438
2,356,003
1,581,987
1,324,850
784,075
1,248,490
6,195,576
3,316,360
237,479
2,063,485
694,230
4,980,801
3,827,139
832,702
1,530,475
866,783
1,084,900
5,386,061
190,734
3,820,464
$7,116,250
37,130
43,000
590,955
48,261
1,055,075
1,254
1,300
6,339
101,930
79,630
104,101
80,492
102,180
4,315,241
220,930
76,491
262,395
99,670
421,643
520,725
84,035
5,395
11,793
75,158
552,786
837,526
$6,280,845
3,368,097
632,225
957,395
3,506,863
1,049,227
141,476
" 147,380
806,099
2,254,073
1,502,357
1,220,749
703,583
1,146,310
1,880,335
3,095,430
160,988
1,801,090
594,560
4,559,158
3,306,414
748,667
1,525,080
854,990
1,009,742
4,833,275
190,734
2,982,938
8,111,765
$16,851,685
$51,260,080
$13,459,156
2,321,510
312,280
7,064,530
2,045,625
10,313,520
639,878
274,760
634,315
2,873,772
2,477,021
2,166,919
5,789,610
2,669,255
2,988,465
8,844,070
197,400
4,623,765
420,780
4,018,662
9,898,427
963,235
461,985
602,195
1,838,434
4,466,900
29,331,616
7,272,318
$2,763,460
54,600
2,000
6,100,100
159,250
8,619,600
35,550
29,900
84,530
117,117
124,874
97,219
71,150
623,490
294,820
122,250
449,800
35,700
292,899
1,237,447
29,600
3,080
12,500
110,970
218,675
10,009,000
273,427
$10,695,696
2,266,910
310,280
964,430
1,886,375
1,693,920
639,878
239,210
604,415
2,789,242
2,359,904
2,042,045
5,692,391
2,598,105
2,364,975
8,549,250
75,150
4,173,965
385,080
3,725,763
8,660,980
933,635
458,905
589,695
1,727,464
4,248,225
19,322,616
6,998,891
8,970,403
$31,973,008
$96,997,395
$6,280,845
3,368,097
632,225
957,395
3,506,863
1,049,227
141,476
147,380
806,099
2,254,073
1,502,357
1,220,749
703,583
1,146,310
1,880,335
3,095,430
160,988
1,801,090
594,560
4,559,158
3,306,414
748,667
1,525,080
854,990
1,009,742
4,833,275
190,734
2,982,938
$51,260,080
$10,695,696
2,266,910
310,280
964,430
- 1,886,375
1,693,920
639,878
239,210
604,415
2,789,242
2,359,904
2,042,045
5,692,391
2,598,105
2,364,975
8,549,250
75,150
4,173,965
385,080
3,725,763
8,660,980
933,635
458,905
589,695
1,727,464
4,248,225
19,322,616
6,998,891
6,997,395
$16,976,541
5,635,007
942,505
1,921,825
5,393,238
2,743,147
781,354
386,590
1,410,514
5,043,315
3,862,261
3,262,794
6,395,974
3,744,415
4,245,310
11,644,680
236,138
5,975,055
979,640
8,284,921
11,967,394
1,682,302
1,983,985
1,444,685
2,737,206
9,081,500
19,513,350
9,981,829
$148,257,475
$8,021,772
1,700,182
232,710
723,322
1,414,781
1,270,440
479,908
179,407
453,311
2,091,931
1,769,928
1,531,533
4,269,293
1,948,578
1,773,731
6,411,938
56,362
3,130,473
288,810
2,794,323
6,495,735
700,227
344,179
442,271
1,295,598
3,186,168
14,491,962
5,249,168
$6,280,845
3,368,097
632,225
957,395
3,506,863
1,049,227
141,476
147,380
806,099
2,254,073
1,502,357
1,220,749
703,583
1,146,310
1,880,335
3,095,430
160,988
1,801,090
594,560
4,559,158
3,306,414
748,667
1,525,080
854,990
1,009,742
4,833,275
190,734
2,982,938
$8,021,772
1,700,182
232,710
723,322
1,414,781
1,270,440
479,908
179,407
453,311
2,091,931
1,769,928
1,531,533
4,269,293
1,948,578
1,773,731
6,411,938
56,362
3,130,473
288,810
2,794,323
6,495,735
700,227
344,179
442,271
1,295,598
3,186,168
14,491,962
5,249,168
$72,748,041
$51,260,080
$72,748,041
$14,302,617
5,068,279
864,935
1,680,717
4,921,644
2,319,667
621,384
326,787
1,259,410
4,346,004
3,272,285
2,752,282
4,972,876
3,094,888
3,654,066
9,507,368
217,350
4,931,563
883,370
7,353,481
9,802,149
1,448,894
1,869,259
1,297,261
2,305,340
8,019,443
14,682,696
8,232,106
$6,280,845
3,368,097
632,225
957,395
3,506,863
1,049,227
141,476
147,380
806,099
2,254,073
1,502,357
1,220,749
703,583
1,146,310
1,880,335
3,095,430
160,988
1,801,090
594,560
4,559,158
3,306,414
748,667
1,525,080
854,990
1,009,742
4,833,275
190,734
2,982,938
$124,008,121
$51,260,080
$5,347,848
906,764
Nil
241,107
943,187
846,960
319,939
119,605
Nil
1,394,621
1,651,932
265,466
3,415,434
1,299,052
827,741
4,274,625
37,575
1,043,491
192,540
1,862,881
1,732,196
140,045
Nil
294,847
Nil
1,274,467
3,220,436
349,944
$32,002,703
50
40
Nil
25
50
50
50
50
Nil
50
50
13
60
50
35
50
50
25
50
50
20
15
Nil
50
Nil
30
16%
5
$11,628,693
4,274,861
632,225
1,198,502
4,450,050
1,896,187
461,415
266,985
806,099
3,648,694
3,154,289
1,486,215
4,119,017
2,445,362
2,708,076
7,370,055
198,563
2,844,581
787,100
6,422,039
5,038,610
888,712
1,525,080
1,149,837
1,009,742
6,107,742
3,411,170
3,332,882
$83,262,783
Mills.
47.0
23.0
36.0
46.0
18.25
41.0
15.0
28.0
25.0
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
61.0
50.0
32.5
44.0
19.0
22.0
42.0
31.0
22.7
25.0
36.5
27.0
37.0
61.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
(A) Rate
-Improved lands
Wild lands 	
Improvements   __.
Mills.
_ 23.0
. 45.0
. 17.0
(B)   For school purposes 50% of improvements are taxed.
For general purposes 20% of improvements are taxed.
Rate—Improved lands  	
Wild lands  	
Improvements
28.5
42.5
28.5
(C) Rate—Improved lands
Wild lands  	
Improvements   ...
(D) Rate—Improved lands
Wild lands  	
Improvements   ...
Mills.
_ 35.0
. 50.0
. 34.0
. 25.0
. 40.0
. 25.0
Mills.
(E)   Rate—Improved lands :
North School District   24.0
Duncan Consolidated School District   28.6
Chemainus School District   33.8 II.C—ASSESSMENT IN
DETAIL AND TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1939—VILLAGES.
R 21
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land exempted from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Imp ro vements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
Tax Rate.
Villages.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent, of
Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
1. Abbotsford	
2. Burns Lake	
$120,650
30,945
24,513
208,997
21,480
42,059
141,555
55,969
476,242
22,640
16,941
148,205
17,440
262,395
201,494
70,513
20,517
34,955
84,810
$5,490
5,300
$115,160
25,645
24,513
194,102
21,105
39,999
117,412
42,419
435,522
20,840
16,941
76,950
15,175
149,655
188,621
61,883
18,518
32,105
80,560
$289,170
151,830
260,050
595,165
193,174
50,950
138,200
181,193
742,688
106,215
75,776
417,750
73,685
612,545
260,452
115,645
93,300
166,625
296,965
$11,250
61,000
$277,920
90,830
260,050
453,465
185,324
50,350
120,000
152,735
573,538
76,215
75,776
304,550
55,435
468,345
240,502
109,145
79,350
117,725
243,890
$115,160
25,645
24,513
194,102
21,105
39,999
117,412
42,419
435,522
20,840
16,941
76,950
15,175
149,655
188,621
61,883
18,518
32,105
80,560
$277,920
90,830
260,050
453,465
185,324
50,350
120,000
152,735
573,538
76,215
75,776
304,550
55,435
468,345
240,502
109,145
79,350
117,725
243,890
$393,080
116,475
284,563
647,567
206,429
90,349
237,412
195,154
1,009,060
97,055
92,717
381,500
70,610
618,000
429,123
171,028
97,868
149,830
324,450
$138,960
45,415
130,025
226,732
92,662
25,175
60,000
76,367
286,769
38,107
37,888
152,275
27,717
234,172
120,251
54,572
39,675
58,862
121,945
$115,160
25,645
24,513
194,102
21,105
39,999
117,412
42,419
435,522
20,840
16,941
76,950
15,175
149,655
188,621
61,883
18,518
32,105
80,560
$138,960
45,415
130,025
226,732
92,662
25,175
60,000
76,367
286,769
38,107
37,888
152,275
27,717
234,172
120,251
54,572
39,675
58,862
121,945
$254,120
71,060
154,538
420,834
113,767
65,174
177,412
118,786
722,291
58,947
54,829
229,225
42,892
383,827
308,872
116,455
58,193
90,967
202,505
$115,160
25,645
24,513
194,102
21,105
39,999
117,412
42,419
435,522
20,840
16,941
76,950
15,175
149,655
188,621
61,883
18,518
32,105
80,560
$138,960
45,415
130,025
226,732
92,662
25,175
60,000
76,367
286,769
38,107
37,888
152,275
27,717
187,338
120,251
54,572
39,675
58,862
121,945
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
50
50
$254,120
71,060
154,538
420,834
113,767
65,174
177,412
118,786
722,291
58,947
54,829
229,225
42,892
336,993
308,872
116,455
58,193
90,967
202,505
Mills.
12.0
10.0
10.0 (20)
15.0
15.0
8.0
8.0
15.0
16.0
10.0 (20)
15.0
15.0
10.0 (20)
12.0
14.0
16.0
10.0
16.0
15.0
1
2
3. Chapman Camp  ...
3
4. Creston    .
14,895
375
2,060
24,143
13,550
40,720
1,800
141,700
7,850
600
18,200
28,458
169,150
30,000
/|
5. Dawson Creek  	
5
6. Gibsons Landing 	
6
7. Hope 	
7
8. McBride	
8
9. Mission 	
9
10. New Denver	
10
11. Pouce Coupe	
11
12. Quesnel	
71,255
2,265
112,740
12,873
8,630
1,999
2,850
4,250
113,200
18,250
144,200
19,950
6,500
13,950
48,900
53,075
1?,
13. Silverton    .
14. Smithers	
13
14
15. Stewart	
15
16. Terrace  ..
16
17. Tofino	
17
18. Vanderhoof	
18
19. Williams Lake    .
19
Totals	
$2,002,320
$325,195
$1,677,125
$4,821,378
$886,233
$3,935,145
$1,677,125
$3,935,145
$5,612,270
$1,967,569     1       $1,677,125
$1,967,569
$3,644,694
$1,677,125
$1,920,735
$3,597,860
Bracketed figures represent tax on improvements. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OP MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.
R 23
III.A.—TAX RATE  LEVY, 1939—CITIES.
Cities.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
Alberni—
14.50
13.40
18.50
9.25
22.00
27.50
30.04
32.00
3.50
34.00
18.349
27.83
16.17
20.00
9.00
13.43
4.90
4.90
8.50
35.88
11.42
19.356
3.40
30.639
7.50
18.50
5.00
10.00
20.00
10.20
28.90
19.279
19.051
20.50
30.00
14.10
21.50
16.00
20.50
18.00
11.50
7.67
18.00
17.00
30.00
16.082
10.00
17.09
19.00
17.00
22.34
20.72
20.72
30.00
18.12
25.74
14.498
17.66
16.567
17.00
22.00
22.00
17.00
14.00
15.40
16.70
11.598
15.242
15.00
12.50
14.00
14.50
10.75
1.00
16.50
5.569
2.17
9.74
34.00
24.23
7.71
31.50
17.84
21.146
18.94
17.794
23.00
5.50
15.00
16.00
14.90
2.40
10.123
15.342
50.00
30.00
40.00
54.00
30.50
40.50
40.00
40.00
38.00
50.00
37.00
64.00
40.00
40.00
43.00
39.00
60.00
60.00
33.33
25.62
70.00
54.00
55.00
55.00
40.00
65.00
47.50
46.00
42.00
43.00
34.00
40.50
48.00
41.00
49.635
50.00
30.00
Armstrong - 	
38.00
55.00
Courtenay—. _	
Cranbrook 	
Cumberland....	
30.50
44.00
40.00
40.00
Enderby.—	
38.00
50.00
36.00
64.00
40.00
40.00
43.00
Ladysmith _	
45.00
60.00
60.00
Nelson—
33.34
25.62
65.00
54.00
55.00
55.00
40.00
65.00
50.00
Revelstoke   .._.	
Rossland    	
43.00
60.00
43.00
38.00
Trail
42.00
48.00
Victoria— —_  	
42.00
48.635
. R 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
III.A1.—TAXES ON AN ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR LAND AND $1,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1939, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES ON A
MONTHLY BASIS  FOR 1938—CITIES.
(Not including Local Improvement and Special Taxes.)
Mill Rate
for
1939.
Percentage of
Improvements
taxed in
1939.
Taxes on an Assessment of $100 fok Land and
$1,000 for Improvements.
Cities.
Land at
100% of
Assessed
Value.
Improvements at
Percentage taxed.
Annual
Tax for
1939.
Comparative
Monthly Tax.
1939.
1938.
Alberni—
50.0
30.0
50
$5.00
$1.66
$15.00
$20.00
$1.66
Armstrong  —	
40.0
50
4.00
20.00
24.00
2.00
1.90
54.0
30.5
30
50
5.40
3.05
16.20
15.25
21.60
18.30
1.80
1.52
1.37
1.52
40.5
40.0
40.0
50
50
30
4.05
4.00
4.00
20.25
20.00
12.00
24.30
24.00
16.00
2.02
2.00
1.35
2.20
2.00
1.33
Enderby    	
38.0
50
3.80
19.00
22.80
1.90
1.90
50.0
55
5.00
27.50
32.50
2.87
2.71
37.0
50
3.70
18.50
22.20
1.85
1.80
64.0
33%
6.40
21.31
27.71
2.31
2.31
Kamloops    	
40.0
50
4.00
20.00
24.00
2.00
2.00
40.0
50
4.00
20.00
24.00
2.00
2.00
43.0
33%
4.30
14.33
18.63
1.55
1.55
Ladysmith	
39.0
50
3.90
19.50
23.40
1.95
2.25
60.0
60.0
20
10
6.00
6.00
12.00
6.00
18.00
12.00
1.50
1.00
1.50
1.00
Nelson—
33.3
3.33
25.6
50
12.80
16.13
1.34
1.34
70.0
54.0
Nil
35
7.00
5.40
Nil
18.90
7.00
24.30
.58
2.02
.54
2.02
55.0
55.0
25
25
5.50
5.50
13.87
13.75
19.42
19.25
1.62
1.60
1.60
1.60
40.0
25
4.00
10.00
14.00
1.16
1.16
65.0
Nil
6.50
Nil
6.50
.54
.54
47.5
35
4.75
17.03
21.78
1.81
1.46
Revelstoke    	
46.0
50
4.60
23.00
27.60
2.30
2.15
42.0
50
4.20
21.00
25.20
2.10
3.00
43.0
50
4.30
21.50
25.80
2 15
2 15
34.0
10
3.40
3.40
6.80
.56                 .63
Trail          	
40.5
50
4.05
20.25
24.30
2.02               2.10
48.0
50
4.80
24.00
28.80
2.40
2.40
41.0
65
4.10
26.65
30.75
2 56
49.6
50
4.96
24.80
29.76
2.48
2.43 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.
R 25
III.B.—TAX RATE  LEVY, 1939—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
Burnaby  	
29.52
17.48
47.00
44.00
8.789
13.837
0.374
23.00
23.00
12.10
12.50
11.40
36.00
33.50
20.00
15.50
10.50
46.00
45 00
Delta  	
8.19
•8.22
1.84
18.25
16.17
23.63
14.66
2.71
41.00
41.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
Glenmore 	
11.20
14.10
2.70
28.00
26.00
Kent                          	
13.00
12.00
25.00(35.0)
26.00(35.0)
Langley—
18.00
4.00
1.00
23 00(45.0)
23.00(50.0)
17.00(50.0)
27.90(41.9)
17.00
17.00
Maple Ridge  _	
16.00
12.50
28.50(42.5)
Matsqui—
Land
16.00
18.00
1.00
35.00(50.0)
31.00(50.0)
5.00
Improvements —	
18.00
16.00
34.00
16.00
9.00
25.00(40.0)
25.00(40.0)
North Cowichan—
16.00
8.00
24 00
25.30(30.0)
37.50(30.0)
32.00(30.0)
16.00
17.80
33 80
Duncan Consolidated School District
16.00
12.60
28.60
43.844
17.156
61.00
61 00
Oak Bay  _	
11.35
11.08
2.57
25.00
25.00
Peachland 	
14.50
16.50
1.50
32.50
30.00
14.25
21.25
8.50
44.00
46.00
8.00
8.00
3.00
19.00
18.50
Richmond.  	
9.612
12.388
22.00
22.00
Saanich   	
24.00
18.00
42.00
42.00
16.23
12.55
2.22
31.00
31.00
Spallumcheen ..	
6.70
13.26
2.74
22.70
20.70
13.00
12.00
25.00
25.00
SUmmerland	
9.50
18.50
8.50
36.50
36.50
16.50
10.50
27.00
27.00
Tadanac 	
18.50
18.50
37.00
37.00
18.12
21.04
21.84
61.00
61.00
Bracketed figures represent tax on wild land. R 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
III.B1.—TAXES ON AN ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR LAND AND $1,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1939, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES ON A
MONTHLY BASIS FOR 1938—DISTRICTS.
(Not including Local Improvement and Special Taxes.)
Mill Rate
for
1939.
Percentage of
Improvements
taxed in
1939.
Taxes
on an Assessment of $100 for Land and
$1,000 for Improvements.
Districts.
Land at
100% of
Assessed
Value.
Improvements at
Percentage taxed.
Annual
Tax for
1939.
Comparative
Monthly Tax.
1939.
1938.
47.0
23.0
36.0
46.0
18.2
41.0
15.0
28.0
25.0
23.0
17.0
28.5
35.0
34.0
25.0
28.8
61.0
25.0
32.5
44.0
19.0
22.0
42.0
31.0
22.7
25.0
36.5
27.0
37.0
61.0
50
40
Nil
25
50
50
50
50
Nil
50
50
50
60
50
35
50
50
25
50
50
20
15
Nil
50
Nil
30
16.6
5
$4.70
2.30
3.60
4.60
1.82
4.10
1.50
2.80
2.50
2.30
2.85
3.50
2.50
2.88
6.10
2.50
3.25
4.40
1.90
2.20
4.20
3.10
2.27
2.50
3.65
2.70
3.70
6.10
$23.30
9.20
11.50
9.10
20.50
7.50
14.00
$28.00
11.50
3.60
16.10
10.92
24.60
9.00
16.80
2.50
$2.35
.96
.30
1.34
.91
2.05
.75
1.40
.21
.90
1.42
1.70
1.46
1.44
2.29
1.25
1.62
1.28
.95
1.10
1.05
.63
.19
1.25
.30
.90
.82
.76
$2.20
.57
.28
Coquitlam    	
Delta	
.37
.81
2.05
1.30
Kent     	
.22
Langley—
.8.50
14.25
10.80
17.10
.90
1.39
Matsqui—
Improvements  	
Mission—	
17.00
15.00
14.40
21.35
12.50
16.25
11.00
9.50
11.00
8.40
4.65
12.50
20.50
17.50
17.28
27.45
15.00
19.50
15.40
11.40
13.20
12.60
7.75
2.27
15.00
3.65
10.80
9.84
9.15
*
1.29
1.05
2.29
Oak Bay                             	
1 25
1 25
1 34
Pitt Meadows	
Richmond. 	
.92
1.10
1 05
Salmon Arm    	
.63
1 25
.30
8.10
6.14
3.05
No comparable basis due to minimum school tax.
' Various school district rates averaged. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 27
III.C-—TAX RATE LEVY, 1939—VILLAGES.
Villages.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
12.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
16.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
20.00
12.00
14.00
14.00
16.00
10.00
16.00
15.00
       •
12.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
16.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
20.00
12.00
14.00
14.00
16.00
10.00
16.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
Chapman Camp—
10.00
20.00
16.00
Dawson Creek __ 	
15.00
8.00
Hope  	
8.00
15.00
Mission    ._ 	
New Denver—
16.00
10.00
20.00
Pouce Coupe	
15.00
15.00
Silverton—
10.00
Improvements . 	
20.00
12 00
Stewart—
Improvements 	
14.00
16 00
Torino   	
10 00
16 00
15 00  IV.—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
R 29
Utilities.
Schools.
Streets and
Bridges.
Other
Non-revenue
producing.
Better
Housing.
Unemployment Relief.
Sewers
(General and
Drainage).
Local Improvements.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Total Debenture and
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Electric
Light.
Domestic
Water.
Other.
Total.
Sewers.
Other.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.*
Bank.
Cities—IV. A                 	
$1,231,900
157,100
$4,311,975
4,006,459
35,000
$811,550
788,900
$6,355,425
4,952,459
35,000
$2,450,921
1,182,349
$2,924,097
3,056,968
$17,905,442
1,250,900
$287,150
86,500
$234,390
367,388
$855,450
. 726,270
$993,681
415,377
$2,038,865
325,246
$34,045,421
12,363,457
35,000
$98,172
569,045
$364,518
356,211
$245,850
149,101
$290>,492
496,035
$1,390,305
2,037,732
3,934
$36,434,758
15,971,581
38,934
Districts—IV B                                   	
V illages—IV. C                                	
Totals   	
$1,389,000
$8,353,434
10,140,252
$1,600,450
$11,342,884
10,140,252
$3,633,270
10,746,283
$5,981,065
20,791,536
$19,156,342
10',523,288
$373,650
186,700
$601,778
$1,581,720
12,470,839
$1,409,058    |      $2,364,111
226,133    |        7,848,681
$46,443,878
72,933,712
$667,217
$720,729
$394,951
247,125
$786,527
4,297,327
$3,431,971
776,318
$52,445,273
78,254,482
$1,389,000'
$18,493,686
$1,600,450
$21,483,136
$14,379,553     1     $26,772,601
$29,679,630
$560,350
$601,778
$14,052,559
$1,635,191      1     $10,212,792
$119,377,590
$667,217
$720,729
$642,076
$5,083,854
$4,208,289
$130,699,755
* " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938."
IV.A.—-DEBENTURE
AND SUNDRY DEBT,
EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939—CITIES
Utilities.
Schools.
Streets and
Bridges.
Other
Non-revenue
producing.
Better
Housing.
Unemployment Relief.
Sewers
(General and
Drainage).
Local Improvements.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Total Debenture and
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Cities.
Electric
Light.
Domestic
Water.
Other.
Total.
Sewers.
Other.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.t
Bank.
$25,000
20,000
$25,000
58,000
$5,000
12,000
91,000
38,000
76,500
$2,500
15,000
$32,500
99,745
350,100
240,400
469,708
5,350
71,391
27,000
1,000
144,925
$14,400
$5,000
8,850
$6,000
$2,715
223
12,253
10,259
10,406
1,105
1,042
2,819
6,124
493
74
17,029
2,679
12,845
4,785
17,429
5,079
175,137
932,684§§
13,060
18,248
2,854
9,080
25,399
3,240
8,906
3,336
1,110
20',771
3,167
65.894
$60,615
109,818
371,627
250,659
501,114
11,515
72,433
38,521
41,013
148,324
57,146
648,900
451,579
30,207
244,951
1,317,617
1,126,604
7,185,715
4,351,474
280,339
531,798
223,602
159,330
1,814,189
503,240
245,189
184,903
1,110
1,266,974
348,885
13,855,367    |
1
$38,000
$11,000
157,300
11,000
$3,745
33,800
$1,000*
2
3   Chilliwack            	
$35,000
$33,000
9,274
3
42,900
60,000
135,000
128,000
177,900
188,000
8,600
62,500
$2,600
5,500
5,350
500
$2,300
8,900
/\
85,000
43,308
9,500
1,000*
20,000
5,000
5
6
50,000
50y000
11,391
7
8. Enderby    	
27,000
5,600$
3,500*
3,102
30,389
2,906
^
1,000
20,000
9
10. Grand Forks   	
66,000
66,000
55,000
3,925
20',500
10
11. Greenwood    	
OOvOOO
12,000
57,072 §
500*
2,000*
11
12. Kamloops   	
70,500
No report avail
53,000
able.
$11,000
169,00011
134,&0O
169,000
120,000
104,600
100,500
115,000
18,850
5,300
112,000
41,000
40,071
606,421
446,900
12,450
12,500
12
13. Kaslo                                           ..
13
14. Kelowna 	
"M
15. Ladysmith —_ 	
29,500
17,362
5,166
120,800
15
16. Merritt	
87,000
470,000
105,000
1,116,500
703,500
159,500
100,000
70,357
17,000
313,500
142,000
126,500
110,000
116,500
530,000
725,000
1,410,500
954,500
159,500
100',000
70,357
80,000
334,050
348,000
126,500
152,000
116,500**
5,000
35,000
1,753,500
859,271
10,000
262,500ft
110,448
35,100
7,500
45,300
44,200
6,700'
5,850
2,000
46,500
235,000
982,388
1,118,025
6,835,166
3,377,790
209,779
504,550
205,030
129,500
1,761,294
451,000
226,500
174,500
16
60,000
200,000
88,000
251,000
95,000
70,000
1,514,000
518,500
264,000'
6,788
47,549
738,186
162,437
15,079
1,000*
3,500*
3,000*
11,000||
150,000
46,0.00
17
18. Nelson    	
420,000
206,000
177,400
607,500
561,430
18,500
35,000
55,576
533,980
191,152
18
19. New Westminster	
82,200
46,300
1,200
150,000
40,000
71,812
30,000
100,600
19
20. North Vancouver 	
?0
21. Port Alberni  	
49,500
8,000
21
22. Port Coquitlam... 	
100,000
9,000*
99
23. Port Moody...  	
24,225
15,718
2,000
17,496
20,000
23
24. Prince George    „
51,000
12,000
20,550
29,000
50,297
18,500
25,700
2,000
4,500
18,750
10,000
24
25. Prince Rupert	
182,600
22,000
38,500.
11,500
254,650
81,000
16,500
37,950
91,000
780,547
?5
26. Revelstoke 	
206,000
29,000
9,783
2,400
?6
27. Rossland	
37,000
8,000
251,000
8,000
97
28. Salmon Arm	
42,000
3,000
917
3,750
28
29. Slocan	
99
30. Trail  	
273,500
10'6,618
	
273,500
106,618
202,000
115,000
222,000
58,500
13,734,473$$
1,600
600
55,000
6,065
25,500
65,000
88,973
133,630
1,204,268
345,718
13,789,473
41,935
30
31. Vernon   	
31
32. Victoria 	
32
Totals  	
$1,231,900
$4,311,975
$811,550    |
!
$6,355,425
$2,450,921
$2,924,097
$17,905,442
$287,150
1
$234,390
$855,450
$993,681
1
$2,038,865
1
$34,045,421
$98,172
$364,518
$245,850
$290,492
$1,390,305
$36,434,758
* Debentures not presented for payment at maturity.
** " City of Merritt Reduction of Interest Act, 1937 "—$111,500.
t " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938." $ " City of Enderby Debt Refunding Act, 1939 "—outstanding debentures not yet exchanged. § " City of Greenwood Relief Act, 1921 '
tf " Port Coquitlam Incorporation Act," 1913—$137,500. $$ " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937." §§ Includes $788,687 unpaid interest on Debenture Debt.
(Second Session).
I In default.
H Light and water combined. IV.B.—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE
OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939—DISTRICTS.
R
31
Utilities.
Schools.
Streets and
Bridges.
Other
Non-revenue
producing.
Better
Housing.
Unemployment Relief.
Sewers
(General and
Drainage).
Local Improvements.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Total Debenture and
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Districts.
Electric
Light.
Domestic
Water.
Other.
Total.
Sewers.
Other.
Provincial
Government.
Dominion
Government
re M.LA.
Act.*
Bank.
1. Burnaby  	
1          $447,034
$447,034
$199,200
20,500
$1,082,268
32,000
1
$103,000
22,200
$13,200
$254,600
$351,500
1
$67,440
$2,518,242
74,700
112,600
151,170
774,168
446,200
10,000
20,000
10,300
78,222
2,100
25,000
35,670
2,089,341
681,932
13,500
1,094,800
1,219,900
794,000
17,400
45,000
504,300
5,443
115,169
1,524,300
$479,930
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$230,000
37,745
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7,710
424
1,933
15,651
4,844
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120,155
113,024
198,431
|            815,454
458,473
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2
3. Coldstream  	
$1,600
111,000
15,800
550,000
112,600
15,800
5 50',000
10',000
20,000
8,462
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4. Coquitlam  	
25,000
38,000
12,000
82,500
103,000
19,408
83,168
6,328
9,635
7,429
39,000
16,000
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5. Delta     	
30,000
1     R
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700
3,500
$400,000
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8. Glenmore	
10,000
602
3,796
19,388
540
12,162
282
1,918
727,012$
25,583
619
27,574
5,134
15,552
29,147
2,087
4,483
11,566
22,549
3,152
3,061
66,346
10,602
23,796
79,543
91,062
48,713
25,282
37,588
2,983,204
707,515
17,065
1,122,374
11,249
1,235,452
876,137
21,125
54,483
15,566
642,349
104,006
118,230
1,598,371
8
9. Kent       	
$20,000
9
10. Langley      	
6,200
4,100
14,690
35,165
12,300
19,866
10
11- Maple Ridge	
4,000
2,000
23,000
48,722
2,500
11
12. Matsqui  	
100
14,585
12
13. Mission  	
25,000
32,400
134,280
80,500
85,000
1,000
3,115
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14. North Cowichan    _. 	
3,270
14
15. North Vancouver  	
|           426,725
154,500
10,000
264,000
426,725
154,500
11,000
762,000
818,500
690,000
15,000
818,900
559,000
36,000
2,500
71,000
31,600
6,300
3,600
68,226
50,610
89,477
49,251
1,946
32,600
15
16. Oak Bay.    ...	
1,000
111,000
300,000
15,155
16
17. Peachland       	
17
18. Penticton          	
387,000
205,000
42,000
4,000
7,200
18
19. Pitt Meadows  	
3,000
6,500
19
20. Richmond  	
818,500
690,000
15,000
93,000
319,000
67,400
20
21. Saanich •       ..   	
11,000
16,014
1,638
$30,476
21
22. Salmon Arm	
11,100
6,300
30,000
22
23.  Spallumcheen
15,000
5,000
4,000
23
24. Sumas  	
24
25. Summer land	
.    28,500
147,900
286,900
463,300
26,000
15,000
115,500
3,125
25
26. Surrey    	
1
5,443
37,427
7,725
54,859
26
2 7. Tadanac       	
95,000
115,169
161,300
27
28. West Vancouver	
361,000
456,000
560,000
308,500
15,900
22,600
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Totals	
$157,100
$4,006,459
$788,900
$4,952,459
$1,182,349
$3,056,968
1
$1,250,900
$86,500
$367,388
1
$726,270
$415,377
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$325,246
$12,363,457
$569,045
$356,211
$149,101
$496,035    |
1
$2,037,732
$15,971,581    |
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VI.—STATEMENT OF MATURITIES OF DEBENTURE DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939, AFTER CORRESPONDING DEBENTURES HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED.
Totals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
Following
1950.
Better
Housing.
Cities—VI. A          	
$29,209,625
9,663,136
35,000
$289,540
558,830
2,352
$465,204
435,337
2,441
$665,744
274,267
2,534
$515,138
637,141
2,631
$627,067
548,205
2,732
$599,734
436,820
2,836
$366,515
411,225
2,946
$410,834
356,544
3,059
$1,092,012
224,073
3,177
$422,831
74,202
3,301
$534,976
589,811
3,429
$22,932,880
5,030,181
3,562
$287,150
86,500
D istricts—VI. B         	
Totals           	
$38,907,761
60,271,542
$850,722
994,352
$902,982
1,466,634
$942,545
2,0'88,316
$1,154,910
1,133,164
$1,178,004
2,522,677
$1,039,390
1,253,079
$780,686
1,974,059
$770',437
1,002,961
$1,319,262
2,110,828
$500,334
1,113,628
$1,128,216
1,994,148
$27,966,623
42,430,996
$373,650
186,700
Vancouver  	
Grand totals. ... .... .   	
$99,179,303
$1,845,074
$2,369,616
$3,030,861
$2,288,074
$3,700,681
$2,292,469
$2,754,745
$1,773,398
$3,430,090
$1,613,962
$3,122,364
$70,397,619
$560,350     1
VI.A.—STATEMENT OF MATURITIES OF DEBENTURE DEBT
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939, AFTER CORRESPONDING DEBENTURES
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED—CITIES.
HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
Cities.
Totals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
Following
1950.
Better
Housing.
1. Alberni                    	
$25,000 '
99,245
30'2,800
159,500
246,700
5,350
66,391
27,000
1,000
121,525
Nil
547,621
No report availa
444,900
Nil
155,500
701,388
928,386
5,032,476
2,288,809
158,700
286,950
175,088
96,500
1,448,894
391,000
214,000
117,000
Nil
1,032,711
345,718
13,789,473
$10,993
27,000
$15,000
$20,000
$5,000
$9,500
205,500
99,000
68,000
1
2. Armstrong.. _    	
$42,752
9,000
29,800
29,500
11,300'
1,005
$21,000
14,500
2,500
15,700
9
3. Chilliwack               	
$24,800
2,300
$10',000
33,000
$12,000
10,300
$2,600
5,500
5,350
500
3
4. Courtenay....         	
13,000
4
5. Cranbrook             	
31,000
$15,000
49,000
5
6. Cumberland  ..   	
6
7. Duncan _   _        	
1,066
1,000
2,970
1,311
54,591
14,130
7
8. Enderby	
1,035
1,024
1,098
1,131
1,165
$1,200'
1,236
1,273
1,350
8
9. Fernie 	
9
10. Grand Forks '.	
38,504
1,066
22,587
1,109
1,132
1,154
1,178
1,201
49,600
10
11. Greenwood	
20,000
3,200
11
12. Kamloops 	
15,339
)le.
12,700
88,259
3,700
56,850
102,000
25,000
28,288
23,505
167,200'
44,800
102,100
63,623
22,400
51,000
5,800
39,500
7,900
39,200
39,500
72,400
186,300
10'3,40O
18,850
5,300
\*>
13. Kaslo  	
14. Kelowna	
15. Ladysmith  	
23,200
5,600
46,000
13
14
15
16. Merritt  	
2,000
1,000
117,000
194,921
24,499
50', 000
89,000
403,500
308,400
3,545,897
1,653,150
78,500
16
17. Nanaimo  	
17,000
17,581
17,500'
1,000
14,000
97,920
52,500
106,900
21,500
35,500
11,500
54,000
253,500
231,500
140,000
12,000
15,000
10,000
34,500
97,424
94,000
70,000
20,000-
133,000
35,100
7,500
45,300
44,200
6,700
5,850
17
18. Nelson	
352,500
53,000
18
19. New Westminster	
243,738
28,800
60,000
34,436
19
20. North Vancouver  	
90
21. Port Alberni	
?1
22. Port Coquitlam	
124,000
55,000
800
?9
23. Port Moody	
66,085
800
109,00-3
3,200
1,423,194
169,000
71,000
25,000
260,924
268,618
13,734,473
93
24. Prince George	
10,800
800
800
9,800
25,800
22,800
800
800
800
....
18,500
25,700
94
25. Prince Rupert	
?n
26. Revelstoke	
16,000
13,500
10,000
11,500
17,000
8,000
30vOOO
14,000
67,000
47,000
7,500
20,000
7,000
7,000
78,500
5,500
32,000
5,000
20,000
96
27. Rossland 	
15,500
97
28. Salmon Arm  _..
22,000
3,000
98
29. Slocan	
15,788
99
30. Trail	
7,259
73,973
9,165
49,454
71,060
109,647
12,000
62,244
209,576
40,895
62,500
121,126
2,000-
1,600
600
55,000
30
31. Vernon	
31
32. Victoria- 	
	
	
39
Totals	
$29,209,625
$289,540
$465,204
$665,744
$515,138
$627,067
$599,734
$366,515
$410', 8 34
$1,092,012
$422,831
$534,976
$22,932,880
$287,150 R 39
VLB.—STATEMENT OF MATURITIES OF DEBENTURE DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939, AFTER CORRESPONDING DEBENTURES HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Totals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
Following
1950.
Better
Housing.
$2,434,442
42,700
54,300
103,625
533,208
268,700
Nil
8,000
3,500
10,300
67,500
2,100
25,000
33,670
1,20*3,247
681,932
13,500'
773,600
Nil
1,105.000
557,800
9,600
,           42,000'
Nil
345,300
5,443
115,169
1,223,500
$113,940
$164,900
7,200
$26,000
$275,600
20,500
$203,500
$307,000
$163,000'
$112,600
$365 502
$689,200
$13,200
1
2. Chilliwhack
$15,000
9
44,800
14,735
17,000
9,500-
7,462
1,000
3,034
3
37,594
1,000
15,800
$25,000
72,800
/|
5. Delta
20,908
13,000'
5,500
2,500
24,000
391,000
246,500
*;
1,000
5,00-0
700
6
7. Fraser Mills
7
8.  Glenmore  	
8,000
8
9.  Kent      _    -	
3,500
2,000
q
2,000
1,000'
2,200
4,100
10
3,000
2,000-
5,00-0
1,800
2,000
1,655
16,825
63,500-
11
12. Matsqui	
100
19
5,000
5,200
20,000
85,512
2,500
1,686
5,000
2,500
25,000
13,500
1,000
114,720
5,000
2,500'
39,026
80,500
5,000
6,070
61,350
145,000
13
1,800
1,800-
143,000
3,000
1,800-
136,310
44,500
2,000
3,000
5,500
1,977
2,000
2,000
4,200
741,961
262,500
10,000
442,776
31,600
6,300
Id
15.  North Vancouver  __
15
16.  Oak Bay    	
	
26,000
	
7,965
16
17. Peachland  	
17
18. Penticton 	
19. Pitt Meadows	
19,754
28,989
26,362
3,900
11,938
2,016
99,057
3,600
18
19
20. Richmond 	
40,000
4,000
20,000
     1       	
15,000
20,000
70,000
936,000-
252,300
90
21. Saanich	
283,500
____      1       	
11,000
11,000
^
22.  Salmon Arm 	
6,400
.    1
3,200
99
23.  Spallumcheen 	
10,000
12,000'
31,400
20,000
7,700
     |
93
24.  Sumas      ....:	
23,800
8,725
40,000
2,900
7,496
9/1
25.  Summerland	
149,600
5,443
10,414
70',000
2,300
2,500     j
2,600
3,000
7,496    j
83,300    |
11,100
23,200
85,200
      1
95
26.  Surrey	
1
I
96
27. Tadanac	
8,723
8,725    1
25,200    1
8,724    |
29,500     |
8,725
9,600
8,724
61,200
7,086
7,087
15,000
23,244
873,800    |
j
97
28. West Vancouver  	
15,900    |
98
Totals
$9,663,136
$558,830     |
!
$435,337
$274,267
$637,141     |
$548,205
$436,820
1
$411,225
$356,544
$224,073    |
$74,202     |
I
$589,811
$5,030,181
$86,500 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 41
VII.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1939.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1939.
Cities—VILA	
$4,828,060
2,698,910
$2,471,656
1,855,270
$244,408
428,853
$33,158
74,345
$7,577,282
5,057,378
$9,059,649
Districts—VII.B 	
5,520,830
Totals  	
Vancouver .  	
$7,526,970
11,294,387
$4,326,926
6,186,500
$673,261
100,754
$107,503
282,529
$12,634,660
17,864,170
$14,580,479
32,293,395*
Grand totals
$18,821,357
$10,513,426
$774,015
$390,032
$30,498,830
$46,873,874
* 51,462,661 applicable to Greater Vancouver "Water District  (page 61, Vancouver, 1939, Report).
Note.—Some municipalities have written up to par the value of their own debentures, purchased for the sinking funds, while other municipalities carry corresponding purchases at cost. This makes it impossible to compare
the condition of the funds accurately.
Showing, at the end of the year, the difference between par and cost of the above-referred-to purchases, creates
an excess in the sinking fund account. This difference should be spread over the unexpired term of the purchased
debenture.
Sinking fund computations are not always reflected with exactness. In many cases the requirements are calculated only up to the time of the last tax levy, several months before the end of the year, and allowance is not
always made for the accrued interest.
VILA.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1939—CITIES.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1939.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1939.
Cities.
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
$7,500
500
43,725
80,900
223,007
5,216
$971
59,996
139,839
56,000
71,567
$1,231
1,584
12,252
1,654
2,220
$9,702
62,080
196,796
140,269
303,466
31,849
6,672
4,275
68,931
*
338,876
256,910
$9,304
68,795
Chilliwack  —. 	
Courtenay  	
Cranbrook     -
Cumberland  	
Duncan  	
Grand Forks — —_	
Greenwood  	
Kamloops —  	
$980
1,715
6,672
177,368
132,318
293,488
18,320
8,313
6,672
4,275
80
31,046
3,780
.    __   23,400_
45,451
270,019
ailable.
242,021
86,463
57,072
58,800
No report av
2,000
847
12,889
13,337
32,665
28,871
17,564
4,352
12,185
9,926
7,407
6,250
26,410
10,090
9,314
5,041
1,493
7,486
9,210
324,986
207,806
Ladysmith   -	
Nanaimo  	
Nelson  -	
79,500
281,000
186,809
1,802,690
1,088,981
51,079
217,600
29,942
33,000
312,400
60,000
11,950
57,500
170,561
10,805
70,603
318,857
152,796
1,754
34,979
7,500
25,000
24,000
111,467
78,658
6,073
37,592
103,642
384,268
534,537
1,976,250
1,095,087
99,443
235,026
62,921
63,987
450,277t
148,748
28,502
100,133
99,229
414,429
3,200
1,200
519,902
3,242,893
1,293,502
Port Alberni 	
Port Coquitlam	
Prince George	
93,869
410,901
572
737
54,756
62,356
254,103
Revelstoke  	
148,736
1,165
95,380
119,292
Slocan    -	
Trail    - 	
Vernon 	
Victoria —_ 	
301,936
80,607
304,845
7,707
481,697
88,093
304,845t
473,155
79,875
304,845
Totals	
$4,828,060
$2,471,656
$244,408
$33,158
$7,577,282
$9,059,649
* Sinking Funds all applied, " City of Greenwood Relief Act, 1921 "  (Second Session).
t Includes reserve created by sale of electric light plant.
t " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937." R 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VII.A1.—SINKING FUND LEVIED—CITIES.
Cities.
1935.
1936.
1937.
1938.
1939.
Alberni.... 	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Armstrong. — _	
None.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
Chilliwack _	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
Cumberland _ .„
No debentures issued except Better Housing.
Duncan   ,, _	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Enderby „	
None.
None.
None.
None.
None.
Fernie*  	
In full.
None.
None.
None.
None.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Kamloops _ 	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
Kaslo    _ „	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
Kelowna   ,.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
MerrittJ. _
Partial.
Partial.
None.
In full.
In full.
Nanaimo _	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Nelson    .,
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
None.
Partial.
None.
None.
Port Alberni _ _ _..
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Port Coquitlam __ _	
None.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
In full
Prince George  „. _.,
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full
In full
In full.
In full.
In full
In full
Rossland  _	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Salmon Arm _ _ 	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Slocan   	
No debentures issued.
Trail ...	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Vernon...   _	
None.
None.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Victoria ||   _
None.
None.
None.
None.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
* In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 77, dated January 16th, 1935.
f " City of Greenwood Relief Act, 1921 "  (Second Session).
t In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 498, dated April 21st, 1933.
§ In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 78, dated January 24th, 1933.
|| " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937." REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 43
VII.B.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1939—DISTRICTS.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
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December
31st, 1939.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Districts.
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1939.
$39,704
32,000
58,300
47,544
237,104
162,642
$71,219
7,501
$150,492
987
45,094
2,012
32,394
3,993
$261,415
40,488
104,007
52,456
315,499
173,479
$1,003,739
31,360
$613
103,730
Coquitlam 	
Delta                         	
2,900
46,001
6,844
109,775
303,058
Esquimalt  __	
164.10S
2,000
16,500
1,035
1,618
3,035
18,118
2,882
Kent              	
18,623
10,560
11,809
512
859
22,881
859
20,881
859
2,000
951,095
3,444
101,336
319,981
3,000
323,297
1,607
6,541
3,272
2,183
1,310
7,051
1,060,152
328,730
5,183
653,606
6,210
1,180
5,477
971,617
Oak Bay
298,831
4,340
321,200
7,799
550,693
Richmond 	
111,461
236,200
7,800
3,000
240,321
206,595
5,486
38,011
33,725
481
1,421
1,381
13,582
399,089
443,276
14,707
42,392
347,722
461,356
14,109
Spallumcheen _ _.
37,714
159,000
202,056
969
23,319
5,013
384,375
5,982
345,544
Surrey..   _...	
4,899
45,694
West Vancouver 	
300,800
264,500
109,604
720,598
718,780
Totals      -	
$2,698,910
$1,855,270
$428,853
$74,345
$5,057,378
$5,520,830 R 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VII.B1.—SINKING FUND LEVIED—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
1935.                           1936.
1937.
1938.
1939.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
None.
Partial.
In full.
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Serial Bonds pai
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In full.
Partial.
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In full.
In full.
Tn full.
None.
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In full.
None.
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sued.
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None.
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Partial.
In full.
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In full.
In full.
In full.
Tn full.
None.                       None.
In full.                       In full.
In full.                      None.
None.                       None.
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In full.                     In full.
In full.                       In full.
In full.                       In full.
Partial.                   Partial.
In full.                     In full.
Housing and to Provincial Governn
In full.                     In full.
None.                       None.
In full.                     In full.
Partial.                   Partial.
Partial.                   Partial,
/ernment past due.
In full.                     In full.
In full.                     In full.
In full.                     In full.
In full.                        None.
In full.                     In full.
In full.                     In full.
Partial.                   Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
Kent                                   	
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In full.
Maple Ridge _   	
Matsqui       .
In full.
ient-
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In full.
Peachland     	
Partial.
Pitt Meadows ,,..,.-■ ___	
Richmond  _.	
Saanich   ,	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full
No debentures issued.
In full.          1          In full.
In full.                      In full.
Serial Bonds paid annually.
Partial.                   Partial.
Summerland  ____ _
Surrey __.  	
Tadanac    __ :.__
West Vancouver     • 	
In full.
In full.
Partial.
* In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 1430, dated December 30th, 1932.
t In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 1382, dated December 15th, 1932. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER
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EH REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 49
IX.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES FOR THE YEAR 1939.
Tax Levy
for 1939.
1939 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1939
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1938.
Other than
1939 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1939
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939)
shown as
Percentage of
1939 Levy.
Cities—IX.A 	
Districts—IX.B	
Villages—IX.C	
$4,213,149
3,093,510
51,349
$3,419,624
2,401,575
39,328
81.1
77.6
76.5
$1,715,168
1,074,991
19,964
$755,294  [     44.0
564,565  |     52.5
11,172 [     55.9
$4,174,918
2,966,140
50,500
99.1
95.8
98.3
Totals  	
Vancouver*	
1
$7,358,008  | $5,860,527
10,945,414  |    9,967,896
79.6
91.0
$2,810,123
3,818,223
$1,331,031  [     47.3
1,314,802  |     34.4
$7,191,558
11,282,698
97.7
103.1
Grand totals ..
|
$18,303,422  [$15,828,423
86.4
$6,628,346  i    $2,645,833  1     39.9
1                         1
$18,474,256
100.9
Note.—Cities and Districts impose percentage additions to current year's taxes unpaid   (R.S.B.C.  1936, chapter
199, section 257).
Villages impose percentage additions to current year's taxes unpaid   (R.S.B.C. 1936, chapter 203, section
57).
Vancouver allows rebates on gross current year's tax levy (" Vancouver Incorporation Act," section 163,
subsection (306) ).
* Figures from Comptroller's Report, 1939, page 7. R 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IX.A.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1939—CITIES.
Cities.
Tax Levy
for 1939.
1939 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1939
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1938.
Other than
1939 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1939
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939)
shown as
Percentage of
1939 Levy.
Alberni   _ _.__	
Armstrong 	
Chilliwack..	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook  	
Cumberland ._ _
Duncan  	
Enderby	
Fernie 	
Grand Forks ..
Greenwood	
Kamloops 	
K-slo 	
Kelowna _— 	
Ladysmith _
Merritt.  	
Nanaimo 	
Nelson     ._       	
New Westminster
North Vancouver
Port Alberni __
Port Coquitlam ....
Port Moody    	
Prince George  ._ _
Prince Rupert    ...
Revelstoke .__ 	
Rossland         .
Salmon Arm   	
Slocan   _._
Trail   _
Vernon .__ ,	
Victoria    	
Totals ....
$20,747
$15
22,898
19
73,726
62
29,975
23
60,796
51
14,403
9
32,751
29
13,682
10
48,084
33
26,721
21
4,708
3
168,156
136
No report available.
119,329
18,160
23,392
154,803
127,330
633,501
197,234
73,713
43,023
27,069
43,235
187,381
66,575
54,383  |
24,480   |
1,858   |
181,672  j
139,797
1,579,567   |
sTIO
1,380
1,557
1,189
,194
1,478
',751
1,154
:,085
,079
,166
1,881
656
109
225
803
618
112,
15,
15,
131,
107,
508,588
144,480
59,835
34,839
20,
30:
126
51
39
19
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119.
1,309
572
173
762
705
117
,082
,272
795
500
$4,213,149   I   $3,419,624
75.7
84.6
84.8
77.4
84.2
65.8
90.8
74.2
68.8
78.8
67.2
81.4
94.4
83.2
65.1
85.1
84.5
80.2
73.2
81.1
80.9
77.1
70.7
67.3
77.7
73.0
78.1
58.2
85.4
85.6
82.9
$6,207
5,952
16,210
7,022
17,238
2,753
3,808
5,412
22,092
7,298
2,210
51,145
9,787
7,712
13,115
30,182
31,449
195,812
93,287
16,208
15,225
9,287
18,209
520,119
20,216
21,259
9,138
2,977
32,589
21,641
499,609
81.1
$1,715,168
$4,097
3,971
9,518
4,702
10,302
678
2,758
4,072
13,622
5,934
1,041
34,625
6,968
4,706
8,069
20,590
24,716
64,764
46,510
9,711
10,594
4,907
10,413
76,719
12,230
10,799
6,163
596
20,156
15,005
306,358
$755,294
66.0
66.7
58.7
66.9
59.7
24.6
72.4
75.2
61.6
81.3
47.1
67.6
71.1
61.0
61.5
68.2
78.5
33.0
49.8
59.9
69.5
52.8
57.1
14.7
60.4
50.7
67.4
20.0
61.8
69.3
61.3
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$19,807
23,351
72,075
27,891
61,496
10,156
32,509
14,226
46,707
27,013
4,207
171,506  j
119,624
19,815
23,294
152,393
132,334
573,352
190,990
69,546
45,433
25,776
40,985
202,892
63,992
50,504
25,280
1,678
175,428
134,800
1,615,858
f4,~174,918~
95.4
101.9
97.7
93.0
101.1
70.5
99.2
103.9
97.1
101.1
89.3
101.9
100.2
109.1
99.6
98.4
103.9
90.5
96.8
94.3
105.6
95.2
94.7
108.2
96.1
92.8
103.2
90.3
96.5
96.4
102.2
~~w.r~ REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 51
IX.B.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1939—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Tax Levy
for 1939.
1939 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1939
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1938.
Other than
1939 Tax.s
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1939
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939)
shown as
Percentage of
1939 Levy.
$644,611
$423,512
65.7
$299,079
$154,997
51.8
$578,509
89.7
Chilliwhack 	
108,144
90,961
84.1
21,653
14,954
69.0
105,915
97.9
Coldstream 	
23,342
19,641
84.1
5,672
4,115
72.5
23,756
101.7
Coquitlam  	
57,027
39,857
69.8
19,786
9,560
48.3
49,417
86.6
Delta   	
120,505
106,179
88.1
21,315
12,035
56.4
118,214
98.0
Esquimalt 	
87,659
74,383
84.8
21,410
14,100
65.8'
88,483
100.9
6,921
6,921
100.0
7
7
100.0
6,928
100.1
Glenmore 	
7,776
6,222
80.0
1,937
1,272
65.6
7,494
96.3
Kent  	
20,752
17,484
84.2
9,133
3,075
33.6
20,559
99.0
81,939
56,007
68.3
39,437
23,116
58.6
79,123
96.5
Maple Ridge 	
73,174
57,762
78.9
26,673
16,004
60.0
73,766
100.8
59,464
40;386
67.9
23,039
12,815
55.6
53,201
89.4
Mission _ 	
111,400
99,279
89.1
28,326
7,959
28.1
107,238
96.2
North Cowichan 	
71,943
59,411
82.5
19,043
16,311
85.6
75,722
105.2
North Vancouver ....
181,897
101,106
55.5
140,755
48,726
34.6
149,832
82.3
Oak Bay    	
218,711
203,715
93.1
23,707
18,407
77.6
222,122
101.5
Peachland 	
5,883
3,234
54.9
3,238
2,279
69.3
5,513
93.7
Penticton	
127,589
111,903
87.7
27,136
18,267
67.3
130,170
102.0
Pitt Meadows	
13,062
8,704
63.9
6,702
3,712
55.3
12,416
95.0
Richmond	
171,628
138,130
80.4
51,714
30,603
59.1
168,733
98.3
Saanich  ...
239,391
200,394
83.7
56,125
38,222
68.1
238,616
99.6
Salmon Arm	
28,311
20,679
73.0
11,119
7,245
65.1
27,924
98.6
Spallumcheen 	
40,837
33,798
82.7
9,093
5,837
72.1
39,635
97.0
Sumas  	
30,036
21,832
72.6
49,761
10,463
21.0
32,295
107.5
Summerland   ...
38,026
32,660
85.8
7,796
5,250
67.3
37,910
99.6
176,039
135,903
77.2
65,873
33,810
51.3
169,713
96.4
Tadanac
126,224
126,183
99.9
66
69
104.5
126,252
100.0
West Vancouver ....
221,219
165,329
74.7
86,346
51,355
59.4
216,684
97.9
Totals   .....
$3,093,510
$2,401,575
77.6
$1,075,941
$564,565
52.5
$2,966,140
95.8 R 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IX.C—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1939—VILLAGES.
Total
Taxes
Per
Total
Per-
Total Taxes
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939)
shown as
Per
Villages.
Tax Levy
for 1939.
1939 Taxes
collected.
centage
1939
Taxes
collected.
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1938.
Other than
1939 Taxes
collected.
of other
than 1939
Taxes
collected.
collected
(1939 and
other than
1939).
centage of
1939 Levy.
$3,049
$2,711
88.9
$723
$483
66.8
$3,194
104.7
Burns Lake _.	
710
509
71.6
315
31
9.8
540
76.0
Chapman Camp	
2,846
2,625
92.2
424
338
79.7
2,963
104.1
Creston    	
6,312
4,856
76.9
1,878
1,154
61.4
6,010
95.2
Dawson Creek   	
1,706
1,436
84.1
341
244
71.5
1,680
98.4
Gibsons Landing ...
521
491
94.2
57
39
68.4
530
101.7
Hope	
1,473
1,002
68.0
786
430
54.7
1,432
97.2
McBride	
1,781
1,634
91.7
395
170
43.0
1,804
101.3
Mission   . 	
11,556
9,539
82.5
4,476
2,620
58.5
12,159
105.2
970
836
86.1
356
216
60.6
1,052
108.4
Pouce Coupe  	
822
434
52.7
898
448
49.8
882
107.2
Quesnel 	
3,441
2,377
69.0
1,861
• 1,146
61.5
3,523
102.3
Silverton	
710
481
67.7
444
286
64.4
767
108.0
Smithers	
4,068
2,689
66.1
2,510
1,009
40.1
3,698
90.9
Stewart -	
4,381
2,528
57.7
2,544
1,413
55.5
3,941
89.9
Terrace	
1,863
1,059
56.8
893
392
43.8
1,451
77.8
Toflno	
582
519
89.1
30
20
66.6
539
92.6
1,521
980
64.4
564
521
92.3
1,501
98.6
Williams Lake	
3,037
2,622
86.3
469
212
45.2
2,834
93.3
Totals
$51,349
$39,328
76.5
$19,964
$11,172
55.9
$50,500
98.3 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.
R 53
X.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
•
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1938.
Receipts of
1939.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1939.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1939.
Cities—X.A                          —_    ...
$435,784
412,964
20,321
$12,928,229
8,920,081
140,484
$13,364,013    |    $12,650,888
9,333,045              8,705,372
160,805    {            146,264
$713,125
Districts—X.B _ -
627,673
Villages—X.C               .   ...
14,541
Totals .-- ___ -	
$869,069
$21,988,794
$22,857,863
$21,502,524
$1,355,339
Note.—Proof of cash for Vancouver is omitted inasmuch as figures are not available.
X.A.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1939—CITIES.
Cities.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1938.
Receipts of
1939.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1939.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1939.
$2,654
1,785
34,376
7,906
4,160
3,266
1,762
8,039
2,601
341
224
1,874
No report
45,751
2,622*
10,439
22,987
21,455
98,817*
30,769
10,342
11,959
4,405
2,268
73,393
21,944
3,824*
6,610
1,471
25,819
6,782
175,765
$58,077
167,254
249,322
168,847
339,195
50,897
101,847
94,490
162,855
121,658
15,890
576,479
available.
547,361
80,911
85,143
649,934
646,668
2,374,529
608,317
255,742
100,676
72,943
190,722
444,186
225,856
148,434
75,275
4,523
854,711
396,007
3,059,480
$60,731
169,039
283,698
176,753
343,355
54,163
103,609
102,529
165,356
121,999
16,114
578,353
593,112
78,289
95,582
672,921
668,123
2,275,712
639,086
266,084
112,635
77,348
192,990
517,579
247,800
144,610
81,885
5,994
880,530
402,789
3.235,245
$56,097
167,438
253,629
166,571
336,085
51,135
88,486
83,323
157,593
120,855
15,687
574,766
526,243
84,770
77,336
574,171
636,296
2,376,141
620,774
261,138
94,208
67,466
182,031
397,188
236,285
154,498
75,739
4,585
896,178
393,799
2,920,377
$4,634
1,601
30,069
Courtenay  _ __ ._ 	
10,182
7,270
Cumberland   _	
Duncan     	
Enderby 	
3,028
15,123
19,206
7,763
1,144
Greenwood   	
427
3,587
Kaslo ...   _ 	
66,869
Ladysmith  	
6,481*
18,246
98,750
31,827
100.429*
18,312
4,946
Port Coquitlam   	
18,427
9,882
10,959
120,391
11,515
9,888*
Salmon Arm   	
6,146
1,409
Trail          	
16,648*
8,990
Victoria  	
314,868
Totals .  	
$435,784
$12,928,229
$13,364,013
$12,650,888
$713,125
1 Overdraft. R 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
X.B.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1939—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1938.
Receipts of
1939.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1939.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1939.
$89,510
24.597
6,307
18,819*
48,615
15,087
1,420
2,231
3,487
6,776
1,584
1,580*
6,747*
4,320
30,941
57,265
4,130
20,329
1,075
37,064
5,791
6,114
4,952
892*
24,881
6,803*
366
50,963
•
$1,548,613
291,184
85,949
211,526
381,568
177,084
8,725
15,360
54,106
340,190
229,086
171,454
246,509
136,006
350,694
478,099
22,596
771,549
35,050
601,898
777,059
63,529
104,981
69,325
333,607
632,438
159,311
622,585
$1,638,123
315,781
92,256
192,707
430,183
192,171
10,145
17,591
57,593
346,966
230,670
169,874
239,762
140,326
381,635
535,364
26,726
791,878
36,125
638,962
782,850
69,643
109,933
68,433
358,488
625,635
169,677
673,548
$1,474,753
310,744
46,981
197,473
379,787
166,125
7,519
14,859
55,533
348,671
229,666
168,561
247,971
136,287
353,205
467,309
21,736
784,794
35,874
601,229
775,911
68,037
106,908
67,310
307,883
628,755
158,100
543,391
$163,370
Chilliwhack.....   	
5,037
45,275
Coquitlam    	
Delta            - - 	
4,766*
50,396
Esquimalt  _.   	
Fraser Mills   	
Glenmore  _ _    .— 	
Kent            -    ...
26,046
2,626
2,732
2,060
1,705*
1,004
Matsqui. 	
Mission  — _       „
North Cowichan —  	
1,313
8,209*
4,039
28,430
68,055
4,990
Penticton .   —
7,084
251
37,733
6,939
1,606
3,025
1,123
Summerland  _	
Surrey..   — - —
50,605
3,120*
1,577
130,157
$412,964
$8,920,081
$9,333,045
$8,705,372
$627,673
* Overdraft.
X.C.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1939—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1938.
Receipts of
1939.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1939.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1939.
$4,010
285
518
353
456
1,015
7,845
813
27
321
282
1,537
737
219*
1,202
51
758
73
257
$10,634
1,109
6,926
49,011
3,393
2,082
4,165
2,554
21,115
1,655
1,339
5,707
1,165
12,360
5,462
3,167
1,106
3,133
4,401
$14,644
1,394
7,444
49,364
3,849
3,097
12,010
3,367
21,142
1.976
1,621
7,244
1,902
12,141
6,664
3,218
1,864
3,206
4,658
$14,080
840
7,123
46,628
2,859
1,687
11,069
2,277
20,586
1,487
1,267
5,813
900
12,507
6,264
2,907
1,037
2,709
4,224
$564
554
321
2,736
990
1,410
941
Mission  —   ,	
1,090
556
489
Pouce Coupe  	
Quesnel ,,	
354
1,431
1,002
Smithers _. _—
366*
400
311
Tofino _	
827
Vanderhoof _.  	
Williams Lake _. _ 	
497
434
Totals _	
$20,321
$140,484
$160,805
$146,264
$14,541
* Overdraft. XL—RECEIPTS, 1939
R
55
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale of
Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
Cities—XI. A	
$3,419,624
2,401,575
39,328
$755,294
564,565
11,172
$2,846
9,732
854
$203,234
153,324
36
$15,344
58,633
242
$113,986
49,903
2,729
$273,647
92,247
14,946
$137,708
21,717
191
$53,842
19,669
$551,714
525,290
$154,071
136,195
9,148
$624,217
769,707
2,243
$46,320
94,618
1,907
$168,120'
32,281
$2,336,806
791,037
10,684
$3,521
14,761
$109,306
77,728
$448,938
101,196
8,515
$9,418,538
5,914,178
101,995
$75,285
38,815
$1,362,706
1,628,671
3,489
$816,823
306,369
35,000
$218,759
77,493
$1,036,118
954,555
$12,928,229
8,920,081
140,484
Districts—XI.B	
Villages—XI. C	
Totals	
$5,860,527
$1,331,031   .
$13,432
$356,594
$74,219
$166,618
$380,840
$159,616
$73,511
$1,077,004
$299,414
$1,396,167
$142,845
$200,401
$3,138,527
$18,282
$187,034
$558,649
$15,434,711
$114,100
$2,994,866
$1,158,192
$296,252
$1,990,673
$21,988,794
Note.—Receipts for Vancouver are omitted as figures on a cash basis are not obtainable.;
XI.A.—RECEIPTS, 1939—CITIES.
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale of
Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Cities.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
$15,710
19,380
62,557
23,189
51,194
9,478
29,751
10,154
33,0<85
21,079
3,166
136,881
No report avai
112,656
15,109
15,225
131,803
107,618
508,588
144,480
59,835
34,839
20,869
30,572
126,173
51,762
39,705
19,117
1,082
155,272
119,795
1,309,500
$4,097
3,971
9,518
4,702
10,302
678
2,758
4,072
13,622
5,934
1,041
34,625
[able.
6,968
4,706
8,069
20,590
24,716
64,764
46,510
9,711
10,594
4,907
10,413
76,719
12,230
10,799
6,163
596
20,156
15,005
306,358
$2,914
225
1,367
1,214
2,888
$606
404
1,673
461
1,776
1,822
839
76
1,623
262
136
5,027
2,326
1,385
373
3,028
14,283
6,332
4,079
5,169
451
1,612
825
1,225
5,950
2,042
508
6
13,030
6,123
30,534
$883
1,145
6,071
4,267
4,202
2,608
5,515
379
2,995
1,524
353
6,726
7,416
1,713
1,829
10,381
9,864
30,217
9,092
6,579
1,750
2,393
4,736
10,114
1,603
3,015
2,033
55
12,546
8,489
113,154
$579
809
71
877
350
44
351
55
1,882
380
27
8,450
3,933
1,682
965
1,887
10,083
50,929
2,60'5
1,121
925
14
1,110
8,903
445
896
14
21
6,399
1,474
30,427
$485
82
988
431
774
172
$4,075
$769
1,083
2,695
1,335
3,358
2,596
2,019
608
2,992
1,420
187
6,753
5,097
1,580
1,419
7,386
6,561
19,188
9,319
2,580
1,437
1,380
2,714
6,953
2,996    |
3,118
909    |
221    |
8,293    |
4,311     |
42,794    |
$4,075
5,136
8,453
4,367
16,627
1,250
262
$640
$7,761
6,709
$1,632
753
3,480
1,940
6,619
509
3,945
955
5,655
1,314
781
6,047
4,764
250
2,184
3,880
17,177
131,004
15,049
971
219
916
4,702
14,822
$44,226
39,794
123,175
132,354
209,335
36,955
82,129
25,023
141,350
74,303
15,390
310,442
373,350
80,794
71,999
342,665
519,138
1,546,200
580,212
165,617
75,376
59,289
132,078
386,830
169,065
115,094
55,580
4,523
317,157
273,671
2,915,424
$1,324
531
738
$8,025
60,500
75,668
10,000
42,994
13,562
7,500
5,192
4,730
12,600
500
47,884
31,400
$1,500
8,850
33,886
$19
214
306
5,658
8,012
380
476
485
3,160
1,401
$2,9-83
57,365
15,549
20,835
54,875
$58,077
167,254
249,322
168,847
339,195
50,897
101,847
94,490
162,855
121,658
15,890
576,479
547,361
80,911
85,143
649,934
646,668
2,374,529
608,317
255,742
100,676
72,943
190,722
444,186
225,856
148,434
75,275
4,523
854,711
396,007
3,059,480
1
2. Armstrong	
3. Chilliwack
$97
481
2
$902
553
21,821
9,545
18,240
16,067
15,518
4,072
19,959
10,753
3,160
22,797
26,859
16,931
6,622
26,608
31,198
62,616
32,998
17,440
6,083
7,025
7,884
19,502
16,612
17,574
5,782
2,260
$316
2,782
703
1,721
1,465
20,935
554
1,963
927
400
4,925
11,505
4,882
376
3,326
4,852
26,665
21,843
5,154
652
365
1,305
770     j
1,623    |
103
4,839    |
6,420     |
36,425    |
3
4. Courtenay  	
71,584
87,763
$7,186
4
266
$3,521
10,287
13,692
5
6
236
138
572
3,537
7,633
63,790
13,615
22,354
7
8. Enderby
542
1,823
160
2,312
2,024
2,978
475
136
4,244
1,422
29,352
15,818
6,029
2,532
6,915
617
6,803
840
405
1,144
173
334
229
130
372
3,115
45,752
25,062
2,202
53,436
155,675
28,693
24,563
66,711
274,552
471,046
196,534
30,049
4,922
7,943
55,20'8
87,889
73,204
21,248
8,918
250
69,495
37,087
419,435
8
9. Fernie
8,894
5,259
113
16,263
19,477
2,063
9,849
60,466
11,383
122,643
75,726
11,909
8,201
2,980
10,286
21,952
170
5,113
3,396
399
9
10. Grand Forks
11,000
10
11
255
137
294
1,501
4,271
7,820
896
11
1,020
227
942
2,076
135
389
1,450
3,060
16,116
876
2,725
209
747
502
4,902
75
828
89
5,104
1,193*
11,737
94,206
8,123
13,463
117
1,181
7,695
19,462
44,248
14,356
259
935
2,967
515
6,984
1,602
195
193,189
36,135
12
13. Kaslo	
3,436
13
14
15. Ladysmith           	
15
16. Merritt
129
11,834
66,099
67,028
141,689
49
16,537
13,365
7,863
8,587
39,048
29,193
58
6,349
16
17. Nanaimo
10-8
351
197
1,890
600
128
2,337
2,235
5,518    |
2,500
281     |
940     |
54,000
26,280
606,758
179,475
14,760
35,634
17
18. Nelson
18
19. New Westminster
4,403
1,849
19
20. North Vancouver.	
72
1,127
827
62
827
231
13,700
3,251
20
21. Port Alberni
20,578
11,000
49,500
21
22. Port Coquitlam   	
2i2
23. Port Moody	
115
2,824
4,966
748
1,750
1,192
2,831*
138
32,055
23
24. Prince George      	
33
103
16
13,820
10,576
24,000
33,087
12,150
125,806
61,843
42,253
30,756
24
25. Prince Rupert
25
26. Revelstoke	
155
249
136     |
9,600    |
2,044    |
1,248
246
26
27. Rossland
399
624
32
25,282
1,131
191,902
27
28. Salmon Arm
4
282,842
45,198
28
29. Slocan	
29
30. Trail  _   _
106
103
305
71
99
6,171
2,541
766
11,980    j
3,966
35,721
148,217
4,857
1,941
69,748
126,880
13,216
30
31. Vernon..
3,450
104,605
33,697    |
68,016    |
31
32. Victoria	
4,532    |
91,069
3^
Totals	
$3,419,624
$755,294
$2,846
$203,234
$15,344
$113,986
$273,647
$137,708
$53,842
$551,714    |
$154,071    |
$624,217
$46,320     j
$168,120    |
$2,336,806
$3,521
$109,306    |
!
$448,938
$9,418,538
$75,285    |
!
$1,362,706    |
1
$816,823
$218,759
1
$1,036,118
$12,928,229
* Figures in italics denote deductions. XLB.—RECEIPTS, 1939—DISTRICTS.
R 57
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale of
Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Districts.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
1. Burnaby 	
$423,512
90,961
19,641
39,857
106,179
74,383
6,921
6,222
17,484
56,007
57,762
40,386
99,279
59,411
101,106
203,715
3,234
111,903
8,704
138,130
200,394
20,679
33,798
21,832
32,660
135,903
126,183
165,329
$154,997
14,954
4,115
9,560
12,035
14,100
7
1,272
3,075
23,116
16,004
12,815
7,959
16,311
48,726
18,407
2,279
18,267
3,712
30,603
38,222
7,245
5,837
10,463
5,250
33,810
69
51,355
$3,183
595
91
385
914
48
$55,573
1,174
1,596
2,462
$22,026
3,006
359
3,378
106
371
$4,885
3,111
822
2,515
900
866
1,035
260
518
2,002
4,729
1,526
433
3,085
1,835
2,754
138
2,947
718
4,000
7,034
676
146
$10,986
2,701
$2,746
47
$2,029
1,906
25
1,016
369
862
$104,987
30,292
1,862
15,648
17,945
10,383
*
1,095
7,872
30,488
32,187
t
21,287
7,528
12,359
11,199
3,008
32,492
4,971
45,122
41,944
6,153
$27,992
6,353
949
5,334
4,061
3,585
674
332
1,322
6,063
5,400
4,199
2,495
3,604
5,243
6,452
348
5,082
911
8,959
14,200
1,830
1,784
1,984
1,960
9,330
508
5,241
$302,415
7,263
955
29,334
9,442
4,053
$1,115
$1,115
35
1,749
1,120
1,003
$128,098
$13,758
20,008
584
845
4,116
3,251
$1,258,302
193,184
33,941
131,983
182,301
131,981
8,725
12,062
42,072
202,703
154,920
94,447
166,629
106,778
306,014
339,144
15,905
398,897
24,482
341,841
554,659
46,562
46,125
48,725
145,953
379,428
129,282
417,133
$685
$225,000
72,878
9,000
69,071
91,70<8
24,665
$1
15,459
$23,454
191
7
$41,171
9,472
42,972
10,472
72,553
17,197
$1,548,613
291,184
85,949
211,526
381,568
177,084
8,725
15,360
54,106
340,190
229,086
171,454
246,500
136,000
350,694
478,099
22,596
771,549
35,050
601,898
777,059
63,529
104,981
69,325
333,607
632,438
159,311
622,585
1
2. Chilliwhack	
$9,698
9
2,907
8,918
19,660
29
3
4. Coquitlam  	
5   Delta
2,623
2,300
1,882
88
604
120
325
7,755
3,034
A
$2,247
35,006
13
5
6. Esquimalt 	
7. Fraser Mills	
8. Glenmore	
9   Kent
14,622
840
2,388
6
7
6
196
1,914
350
188
110
292
624
143
240
1,310
1,327
1,928
156
4,426
30
.142
1,088
384
165
178
95
1,485
684
5,104
45,715
22,973
29,659
21,167
10,423
51,685
3,417
1,204
32,872
1,516
14,094
55,351
4,818
3,621
•     9,081
2,853
83,928
400
9
24.978
965
9,108
1,181
10,666
22
1,378
203
1,529
1,961
767
1,043
-2,112
522
17,744
8,018
230
2,477
849
3,559
5,151
276
29
833
3,296
3,967
2,043
2,025
2,965
12,000
130,646
64,558
72,213
79,880
27,000
32,600
2
331
34
8
1,940
1,620
796
1,292
846
1,332
2,060
1,139
877
5,429
6,461
3,384
10
3,091
2,320
2,523
413
7,057
1,082
14,243
5,126
290
35
1,690
1,685
9,119
4
6,828
199
933
2,032
505
9
10. Langley  	
125
1,805
4,730
5,093
3,439
2,111
463
1,355
10
926
4,052
11
12
75
1,618
312
27
925
38
5,367
161
6,229
2,500
13
14. North Cowichan	
15. North Vancouver	
768%
249
1,327
8,622
5,676
14
2,726
1,420
3,458
101,338
6,617
240,878
14
560
126
6
125
233
608
240
111
20,959
6,832
563
4,026
49
3,530
16,471
1,252
7,733
597
412
41
2,538
59
1,419
1,052
136
132
14
596
1,317
120    |
1,790
23,127
64,590
4,159
163,879
7,846
15
2,193
29,748
16
10
414
1,253
3,255
1,734
1,588
476
696
667
2,848
78
862
234
60
82,312
9,000
100,000
146,500
9,725
26,000
19,000
17
18   Penticton
4,163
5,691
1,568
7,577
4,123
1,388
517
1,600
1,138
1,942%
520
394
41,045
18
19
20. Richmond	
21. Saanich  	
67,948
95,948
66,854
6,150
30,476
2,468
5,487
143,862
35,814
5,854
27,681
20
1,350
1,124
102
1,704
91
?;?,
23. Spallumcheen	
24. Sumas	
4,658
23
t
8,824
56,865
250
94
41
2,437
4,534
.    .... .
984
1,212
355
417
1,181
5,157    |
83,424
115,638
3,125
29,457
7,355
63,523
5,127
?,5
26. Surrey  	
29,953     j
246,700
30
75,160
96
22
9,169
27
28. West Vancouver	
10,750'
4,182
3,564
20,779
16,080
1,792    |
127,001
120,729
98
Totals .:	
$2,401,575
$564,565
$9,732
$153,324
$58,633
$49,903
$92,247
$21,717
$19,669
$525,290
$136,195
$769,707
$94,618
$32,281
$791,037    1      $14,761
$77,728
$101,196
1
$5,914,178
$38,815
$1,628,671
$300,369
$77,493
$954,555
$8,920,081
I
* No schools conducted.
f Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford Educational Administrative Area.
t Figures in italics denote deductions.
XI.C—RECEIPTS, 1939—VILLAGES.
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale of
Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Villages.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
$2,711
509
2,625
4,856
1,436
491
1,002
1,634
9,539
836
434
2,377
481
2,689
2,528
1,059
519
980.
2,622
$483
31
338
1,154
244
39
430
170
2,620
216
448
1,146
286
1,009
1,413
392
20
521
212
$141
$2,240
240
$8
11
$558
221
416
761
389
143
409
243
1,439
335
198
489
298
1,094
668
385
328
334
440
$3,973
$520
97
1,600
431
2
362
527
192
297
$10,634
1,109
6,926
13,322
3,393
2,082
4,165
2,554
21,115
1,655
1,339
5,707
1,165
10,360
5,462
3,167
1,106
2,333
4,401
	
$10,634
1,109
6,926
49,011
3,393
2,082
4,165
2,554
21,115
1,655
1,339
5,707
1,165
12,360
5,462
3,167
1,106
3,133
4,401
1
1
2
40
116
45
34
143
153
1,270
73
4
$1,907
	
3
1,688
1,185
190
613
157
3,620
195
255
1,523
50
918
382
453
63
405
769
19
2
	
4,297
90
823
819
$689
$35,000
4
.. _     1         .
5
6. Gibsons Landing	
6
$195
87
$25
2
5
7
	
8
$2,243
.._    .....    1     	
	
	
	
9
10. New Denver 	
	
10
     1     	
	
11
12. Quesnel  ..
13. Silverton 	
14. Smithers 	
            	
172
9
3,807
39
130
12
41
396
61
	
     1	
13
237
269
66
$162
80
48
11
      1     	
2,000
14
11
682
	
15
	
16
176
36
17
18. Vanderhoof	
19. Williams Lake	
33
52
'     |     	
24
306
800
IS
     1      -- -
 --    1      -	
19
T t 1
$39,328
$11,172
$854
$36
$242
$2,729
$14,946
$191
$9,148
$2,243
$1,907
$10,684    |
$8,515
$101,995
$3,489
$35,000
     1
$140,484
1 XII.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1939.
R 59
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Council Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
Cities—XII A                           	
$852,785
171,330
$203,210
78,170
$594,666
712,487
29,549
$140,379
68,756
9,227
$184,465
71,891
1,527
$411,971
80,303
2,346
$187,239
95,497
4,487
$1,211,568
1,175,787
9,725
$77,480
14,970
1,209
$316,926
157,111
$51,550
38,410
2,964
$293,938
152,031
10,379
$368,421
184,225
5,304
$2,153,139         $1,675,700
$164,191
69,559
5,771
$426,196
263,083
5,559
$9,313,824
5,832,466
106,524
$71,185
83,162
$1,379,868              $784,655
$200,997
91,544
$900,359
796,173
$12,650,888
8,705,372
146,264
Districts—XII.B                    	
1,701,378
797,478
18,477
1,547,778
4,740
354,249
35,000
Villages     XII C
Totals	
$1,024,115
$281,380
$1,336,702
$218,362
$257,883
$494,620
$287,223
$2,397,080
$93,659
$474,037
$92,924
$456,348
$557,950
$3,854,517
$2,491,655
$239,521
$694,838
$15,252,814
$154,347
$2,932,386
$1,173,904
$292,541
$1,696,532
$21,502,524
Note.—Disbursements for Vancouver are omitted inasmuch as figures on a cash basis are not obtainable.
XII.A.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1939—CITIES.
Cities.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Council Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disburse-
•ments.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
1. Alberni
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
Armstrong.	
Chilliwack	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook .	
Cumberland...
Duncan	
Enderby	
Fernie 	
Grand Forks _
Greenwood	
Kamloops	
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Ladysmith...
Merritt	
Nanaimo	
Nelson	
New Westminster __
North Vancouver...
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossland	
Salmon Arm	
Slocan.... 	
Trail	
Vernon	
Victoria	
Totals..
$169
4,393
13,556
1,106
8,287
300
3,318
1,610
18,337
No report
5,625
4,921
21,463
11,483
198,046
758
1,324
10,022
6,066
1,710
51,379
3,810
3,465
2,910
38,825
2,052
437,850
$218
2,350
8,757
1,539
8,674
504
6,000
4,677
12,394
available.
4,417
$852,785
5,179
6,247
6,849
49,533
3,224
5,178
6,075
2,604
22,658
8,956
2,201
32,344
2,632
$4,179
916
7,117
14,891
9,199
1,232
8,688
1,014
11,623
1,322
517
21,888
28,839
4,448
2,143
19,605
63,119
58,037
64,760
17,251
11,988
6,559
2,886
12,176
8,859
12,595
3,486
44
44,716
25,736
124,833
$203,210
$594,666
$1,505
1,079
3,642
2,924
1,001
2,968
766
178
243
5,409
3,253
4,000
9,352
4,075
13,332
13,697
4,026
1,330
1,383
4,943
10,133
776
1,549
1,445
14
4,688
4,176
38,492
$140,379
$238
181
50
2,147
509
137
703
14
8,180
7,758
375
66
4,018
11,369
31,259
31,019
224
457
297
1,115
794
575
353
40
5,111
2,108
75,368
$184,465
$1,125
518
1,912
1,929
8,651
680
1,983
670
5,332
1,185
70
16,344
8,592
1,259
645
11,678
14,252
74,946
23,375
2,715
407
732
6,643
13,497
4,223
9,372
804
13,679
10,875
173,878
$411,971
$136
316
162
991
401
494
285
168
1,557
252
93
7,322
9,709
1,285
746
10,549
11,211
26,373
7,312
2,409
352
300
542
9,184
1,527
7,187
244
11,334
2,040
72,758
$6,358
7,936
13,225
3,510
21,649
3,100
4,234
1,004
23,608
9,897
237
58,595
34,501
10,475
13,636
90,980
28,092
223,956
77,464
20,949
10,939
6,143
19,482
44,513
6,038
13,810
6,668
10
23,365
58,311
$187,239
$1,211,568
$115
561
481
385
1,163
110
230
220
766
190
10
3,300
3,574
548
195
716
3,414
11,249
736
762
92
136
463
824
1,147
473
282
1,352
2,256
41,730
$77,480
$730
1,094
4,667
2,326
5,439
2,274
1,884
1,318
5,197
1,930
58
10,908
7,354
418
2,670
8,208
11,440
58,272
8,882
6,173
1,734
2,683
6,509
11,598
4,472
4,454
1,950
18,692
6,472
117,120
$720
1,300
1,680
412
700
30
600*
915
3,400
2,090
700
900*
2,579
2,440
4,950
2,400*
2,400
1,200
1,254
1,380
3,000*
1,040
657
1,000
2,400
1,750
9,653
$316,926
$51,550
$2,068
1,788
4,657
1,245
5,142
680
3,215
2,767
3,533
3,700
1,284
9,760
11,036
2,185
1,998
7,892
16,640
37,581
18,299
5,226
3,055
2,591
4,185
11,389
5,552
3,744
2,268
505
22,920
6,680
90,353
$1,009
2,304
3,844
1,886
8,696
756
1,910
1,376
2,131
2,011
812
10,855
13,741
1,506
1,514
6,414
25,214
101,937
22,430
9,150
1,737
6,406
2,194
16,060
3,823
1,071
1,214
49
16,576
10,442
89,353
$15,592
9,207
58,692
28,784
54,929
25,844
45,302
8,575
46,133
28,630
6,098
92,496
84,974
32,213
15,672
76,902
118,998
315,399
114,070
52,101
16,935
18,590
26,059
65,495
50,205
46,324
20,493
3,854
67,705
96,982
509,886
$368,421
$2,153,139
6,237
3,715
52,533
60,636
2,684
22,476
13,363
2,302
23,922
114,286
24,127
21,340
54,740
150,260
293,061
188,121
20,411
6,116
1,838
37,088
47,080
65,026
11,822
8,717
69
19,195
25,216
399,319
$1,675,700
$497
223
11,917
585
424
3,160
13,277
26,305
870
13,299
7,085
5,321
18,609
18,885
4,114
1,831
2,106
21,932
13,751
$164,191
$2,689
1,168
4,054
1,437
3,494
297
4,822
2,278
4,175
2,110
1,839
13,356
35,302
2,741
623
11,978
23,719
52,669
2,047
1,941
1,772
44
3,628
11,309
1,750
4,175
2,611
3,126
225,042
$43,088
38,023
126,116
116,612
211,710
36,880
77,610
23,431
136,291
74,381
15,187
329,743
401,356
83,150
76,248
343,321
515,874
1,557,685
580,691
168,895
73,314
60,800
139,498
335,524
169,829
121,273
58,752
4,585
344,834
274,605
2,774,518
$426,196
9,313,824
$1,738
84
860
605f
316
97f
5,5681
28 If
1,539
1,7m
18,374
21,290
6,473
934
2,143
4,919f
1,421
265
1,677
147
27,229
$3,000
62,000
77,144
25,030
48.073
14,000
7,500
5,000
6,837
14,500
500
37,957
50,205
51,000
25,000
589,547
25,763
11,000
12,287
28,103
26,834
31,304
6,000
117,173
60,000
44,111
$71,185  | $1,379,868
I
$4,764
7,650
38,395
14,174
3,500
8,435
12,920
45,081
139,595
14,688
51,629
52,718
24,653
16,105
3,618
301,532
45,198
$784,655
$7
212
474
4,567
8,206
255
481
395
3,325
1,310
7,348
5,343
81
1,181
5,764
17,826
34,718
12,959
259
1,484
4,369
470
7,711
1,542
4,244
1,947
74,519
$200,997
$3,500
59,469
11,500
19,502
53,922
54,181
11,140
22,326
192,366
24,539 |
34,491
64,650
124,188
5,834
7,030
8,410
1,363
2,980
30,769
21,975
500
7,104
126,718
11,902
$56,097
167,438
253,629
166,571
336,085
51,135
88,486
83,323
157,593
120,855
15,687
574,766
526,243
84,770
77,336
574,171
636,296
2,376,141
620,774
261,138
94,208
67,466
182,031
397,188
236,285
154,498
75,739
4,585
896,178
393,799
2,920,377
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
| 27
28
29
30
31
32
),359 | $12,650,888 |
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* Commissioner.
f Figures in italics denote deductions. XII.B.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1939—DISTI
UCTS.
R
61
Districts.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Council Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
$18,723
$57,232
27,289
2,203
7,138
22,833
10,443
1,115
2,861
5,727
40,194
48,458
21,665
46,840
17,575
39,595
43,356
619
18,432
5,398
39,727
53,697
8,906
4,603
18,791
4,941
119,423
19,882
23,544
$27,661
29
$5,346
$16,720
18
$51,368
269
5
104
342
4,088
$487,325
23,304
3,165
47,021
18,516
12,473
627
1,176
10,181
66,007
16,985
34,209
33,495
20,768
85,092
10,723
2,184
63,264
4,070
20,985
107,019
10,213
7,214
7,195
5,488
47,762
580
28,746
$134
1,087
25
50
223
122
110
130
145
245
2,053
85
395
435
576
967
200
2,042
171
402
1,562
75
1,010
170
265
895
851
545"
$32,202
3,680
270
2,029
2,984
7,427
1,439
$3,900*
1,500
$30,767
4,034
2,069
4,383
3,250
6,280
360
727
1,330
5,098
3,756
4,752
2,372
4,698
12,074
11,541
1,310
5,472
1,493
6,490
8,687
2,538
2,447
1,731
6.586
7,472
275
10,039
$32,881
6,051
1,146
2,661
2,044
3,768
220
225
813
.  5,095
4,793
6,513
4,632
5,596
34,019
3,278
963
10,195
1,201
6,187
20,096
1,944
2,889
2,650
3,368
10,142
234
10,621
$307,181
90,882
9,248
36,414
55,328
37,765
3,318
4,763
20,398
63,127
67,442
20,167
68,365
42,356
53,875
96,673
5,769
97,547
11,376
118,152
135,602
17,247
19,798
6,503
30,864
122,589
63,180
95,449
$117,340
$3,099
12,672
$29,166
23,457
3,439
2,784
3,064
4,051
$1,221,045
196,615
33,900
122,100
183,973
122,360
7,519
11,953
43,028
201,782
160,438
94,818
163,940
103,744
295,206
338,672
17,212
402,665
27,149
336,271
536,232
51,804
48,498
47,190
144,150
380,478
127,004
412,720
$42,011
$180,000
40,600
9,000
69,352
81,694
24,645
$26,185
191
372
$5,512
17,000
3,119
4,505
70,417
15,831
$1,474,753
310,744
46,981
197,473
379,787
166,125
7,519
14,859
55,533
348,671
229,666
168,561
247,971
136,287
353,205
467,309
21.736
l
2   Chilliwhack                     	
$2,343
5,419
8,075
36,580
21,975
$56,338
2
1,057
1,175
16,342
6,453
5,854
6,395
20,005
590
1,516
4,842
946
3
1,764
102
1,028
650
5
284
2,654
90
2,000
1,150
1,400
4
5. Delta	
1,002
38,792
69
2,343
5
6
1,809
240
7
12
182
146
1,218
245
390
242
75
519
256
221
150
1,148
4,973
12,303
35
3,457
75
2,252
4,756
348
120
77
50
2,075
2;574
3,615
420
575
2,400
1,450
1,700
1,900
1,100
1,500*
1,336
12
49
2,626
11,015
5,526
1,774
2,734
2,792
9,850
8,444
441
1,977
923
29,971
69,146
6,291
621
2,830
12,000
137,481
63,752
67,475
80,906
27,000
27,800
76
8
9   Kent
484
210
201
492
5,426
2,384
556
1,700
1,745
6,289
14,344
262
6,807
254
12,155
14,704
712
588
542
1,101
11,249
9,398    |
16,372    |
505
9
10. Langley	
410
3,975
1,890
9,408
487
4,905
10
1,928
13
757
1,363
4,232
11
12. Matsqui 	
2,931
86
4,005
3,910
8,253
12
561
275
7,179
4,594
320
3,125
857
13
179
3,499
22,607
150
6,535
1,613
15,105
1,211
1,266
2,400
1,072
1,723
933
21,513
5,377
17
2,523
2,468
14,370
404
5,177
2,030
8,686
100,357
4,507
253,206
14
15. North Vancouver	
2,332
5,836
19
3,008
100
4,404
5,897
23,885
29
10,154
24,546
53,527
4,058
156,712
15
16. Oak Bay _      	
18,341
753
3,740
666
22,237
16
17. Peachland                	
420
1,650
475
2,500
1,800
1,220
1,000
1,550
1,200
2,500
300
2,800
17
18. Penticton 	
19   Pitt Meadows
4,000
7,673
1,738
225
3,953
7,625t
l,17lf
4,392
5,061
82,174
8,500
100,000
165,632
9,500
21,000
15,059
4,000
240,665
30
76,683
42,488
784,794 | 18
35 874   1   19
4,002
1,197
2,633
2,409
778
14,157
70,528
97,986
12,612
•30,476
145,925
36,826
7,500
27,841
601,229
775,911
68,037
106,908
67.310
90
2,203
21
1,044
99
2,821
274
40
303
2,713
7,736
1,930
93
205
600
34,914
8,951
1,159
94
25. Summerland    .  .
891
277
504
62
731
1,942
990
11,044
82,510
2,818
19,176
16,132
4,816
117,791
577
41,365
1,173
307,883  | 25
26. Surrey   	
6,439
1,588
1,468
628,755  | 26
27. Tadanac
3,657
1,025
29,457
21
6,884
158,100  | 27
28. West Vancouver.	
36,820
156,681
9,444
45,636
543,391  | 28
Totals
$171,330
$78,170
$712,487
$68,756
$71,891
$80,303
$95,497
$1,175,787
$14,970
$157,111    |
1
$38,410
$152,031
$184,225
$1,701,378
$797,478
$69,559
$263,083
$5,832,466
$83,162
$1,547,778
$354,249
$91,544
$796,173
$8,705,379   1
* Commissioner.
t Figures in italics denote deductions. XII.C—DISBURSEMENTS, 1939—VILLAGES.
R 63
Villages.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Commissioners'
Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
$1,859
43
6,352
2,587
556
456
392
593
6,816
195
274
1,382
95
2,953
2,648
687
671
403
587
$1,323
216
130
740
487
$377
$147
$404
1
20
500
$290
$300
$1,104
360
150
566
300
185
460
360
1,000
200
343
720
200
1,800
900
611
180
360
580
$918
37
181
554
118
$6,993
$365
168
$14,080
840
7,123
11,128
2,859
1,687
11,069
2,277
19,396
1,487
1,267
5,813
900
10,507
6,264
2,657
1,037
1,909
4,224
$14,080
840
7,123
46,628
2,859
1,687
11,069
2,277
20,586
1,487
1,267
5,813
900
12,507
6,264
2,907
1,037
2,709
4,224 |
1
$15
241
184
174
12
45
125
350
9
3. Chapman Camp	
49
93
157
3
519
35
59
250
5
91
215
140
300
2,384
5
398
8,103
$2,585
777
139
57
$500
$35,000
A
5
360
328
401
4,278
667
36
300
150
300
96
625
223
1,708
23
3
182
72
377
352
349
30
245
684
6
7. Hope	
8   McBride
192
68
1,986
362
434
1,202
221
724
489
97
97
436
142
1,050
30
108
415
7
1,190
.
8
150
778
10
840
q
10
105
273
li
12. Quesnel	
13   Silverton
44
211
45
305
155
46
153
388
257
569
453
242
43
80
734
25
10
21
818
12
13
38
264
3,079
9
300
300
362
349
31
113
223
237
2,000
14
324
15
594
250
800
16
17   Tofino
17
100
456
175
175
23
80
300
300
18
3
100
288
19
Totals
$29,549
$9,227
$1,527
$2,346
$4,487
$9,725
$1,209
	
$2,964
$10,379
$5,304
$18,477
$5,771
$5,559
$106,524
	
$4,740
$35,000
$146,264 |
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1989 Tax Sale.
1938
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Previous
Tax Sales;
Registered
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Available
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Upset
Price.
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Percentage.
Cities—XIV.A 	
1
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90.4
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$3,824             $6,013,522
$6,104,002
Districts—XIV.B                      	
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99,906
46,472
4,068,653
3,594
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125,422
$186,562
103,158
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5,595,257
$338,357
$289,720
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$15,358,516
$15,917,884
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XIV.A.—TAX SALE  LANDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939—CITIES.
1939 Tax Sale.
1938
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Registration.
Previous
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Registered
or
Available
for
Registration.
Cities.
Upset
Price.
Acquired by
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Percentage.
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12,219
17,123
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1,599
2,269
2,437
12,232
4,130
1,320
1,216
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10,477
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876
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2,479
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1,699
1,946
1,661
11,675
4,042
1,304
1,215
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10,477
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59,493
40,611
43,155
31,245
17,052
80,901
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552,974
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258,326
224,839
290,524
504,498
61,333
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6,503
51,415
1,919
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12,740
89,151
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46,328
32,513
17,052
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49,785
27,528
564,649
1,247,285
59,042
259,541
225,393
294,208
514,975
62,157
3,808
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52,010
2,795
104,022
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Port Alberni  	
Port Coquitlam 	
Port Moody....   	
57
977
595
876
957
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Victoria 	
160
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$86,656
90.4
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$6,013,522
$6,104,002 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 71
XIV.B.—TAX SALE LANDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939—DISTRICTS.
1939 Tax Sale.
1938
Tax Sale
(Subject to
Redemption) ;
not
Available
for
Registration.
Previous
Tax Sales ;
Registered
or
Available
for
Registration.
Districts.
Upset
Price.
Acquired by
Municipality (Subject
to Redemption).
Total.
Amount.
Percentage.
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$35,068
2,991
1,526
1,553
3,375
2,855
12
1,419
4,544
2,698
2,265
772
2,211
10,999
1,677
13
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125
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6,111
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312
132
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11,505
16,086
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2,376
1,526
1,396
2,532
2,308
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90.0
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68.9
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$2,053,476
5,028
6,926
68,740
13,223
160,264
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7,404
8,452
70,136
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347
16,102
162,572
60
12
1,223
3,021
2,698
2,265
646
2,117
10,439
66
13
1,065
125
5,474
3,351
949
274
91
524
8,656
15,573
12
Kent 	
474
3,030
22,026
20,557
9,862
11,546
14,396
1,278,141
62,711
14,479
62,955
6,930
59,880
29,985
12,257
280
866
27,292
31,630
92,113
4,727
25,047
Maple Ridge 	
2,128
25,383
12,127
12,192
16,513
1,105
1,289,685
Oak Bay          	
62,777
325
14,817
64,020
Pitt Meadows 	
Richmond 	
28
440
7,083
65,794
33,336
13,206
554
Sumas 	
Summerland  	
158
2,902
1,392
957
27,974
43,188
West Vancouver 	
	
109,078
Totals	
$117,111
$99,906
85.3
$46,472
$4,068,653
$4,215,031
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Villages.
Abbotsford
Hope   ..
Mission   	
Quesnel
Stewart   ....
Total.
$1,589
72
399
Total
3,594  R 73
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Land.
Improvements.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
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and Improvements ).
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements) .
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
Cities—XV. A	
D istricts—XV.B	
$70,764,675
68,111,765
2,002,320
$13,314,084
12,539,970
20,066
18.81
18.41
1.00
$115,548,413
128,970,403
4,821,378
$1,292,111
578,098
2,750
1.12
0.45
0.06
$186,313,088
197,082,168
6,823,698
$14,606,195
13,118,068
22,816
7.84
6,65
0.33
$186,313,088
197,082,168
6,823,698
$132,321,941
148,257,475
5,612,270
71.02
75.22
82.24
$146,928,136
161,375,543
5,635,086
78.86
81.87
82.57
Villages—XV.C	
Totals	
$140,878,760
153,798,620
$25,874,120
8,307,950
18.36
5.40
$249,340,194
215,100,003
$1,872,959
783,490
0.75
0.36
$390,218,954
368,898,623
$27,747,079
9,091,440
7.11
2.46
$390,218,954
368,898,623
$286,191,686
301,834,663
73.34
81.82
$313,938,765
310,926,103
80.45
1
84.28
Grand totals	
$294,677,380
|      $34,182,070
1
11.60
$464,440,197
$2,656,449
0.57
$759,117,577
$36,838,519
4.85
$759,117,577
$588,026,349
77.46
$624,864,868
82.31
XV.A.—PERCE
NTAGE  RELATIONSHIP
OF  THE
ASSESSED
VALUE OF
LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX SALES,
TO 1939 ASSESSMENT—CITIES.
Land.
Improvements.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
less
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements ).
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements) .
Cities.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
$385,611
399,779
821,280
392,771
660,216
136,692
492,504
322,698
504,397
542,471
208,233
2,131,570
219,642
1,574,367
322,080
745,259
2,028,612
1,899,085
12,152,359
6,077,135
941,216
1,377,513
1,063,233
1,851,657
3,589,200
910,240
475,336
348,552
80,755
1,634,690
1,548,829
24,926,693    |
$129,390
11,712
53,825
30,695
27,620
33.55
2.93
6.55
7.81
4.18
0.26
28.44
28.22
44.92
77.33
6.65
14.77
12.66
22.03
66.20
6.51
2.75
11.50
39.25
11.77
45.23
47.28
46.93
25.62
26.64
7.19
13.10
58.20
0.56
13.63
15.65
$489,530
631,590
1,90.2,950
966,570
1,670,595
308,230
1,354,735
362,710
1,539,122
708,220
211,333
4,888,540
375,740
4,290,390
364,900
615,935
4,212,340
5,119,365
17,074,473
4,173,050
2,251,930
714,975
484,690
1,494,430
5,499,855
1,912,560
1,993,410
682,285
77,680
5,534,300
3,227,895
40,405,085
1.16
0.09
0.21
3.40
13.89
0.43
27.88
0.14
2.35
0.21
3.38
1.46
0.50
0.09
0.70
1.00
0.16
0.27
0.68
2.78
1.02
0.21
0,30
1.39
$875,141
1,031,369
2,724,230
1,359,341
2,330,811
444,922
1,847,239
685,408
2,043,519
1,250,691
419,566
7,020,110
595,382
5,S73,757
686,980
1,361,194
6,240,952
7,018,450
29,226,832
10,250,185
3,193,146
2,092,488
1,547,923
3,346,087
9,089,055
2,822,800
2,468,746
1,0'30',837
158,435
7,1€8,990
4,776,724
65,331,778
$129,390
19,012
55,575
30,695
31,220
14.78
1.84
2.04
2.25
1.34
0.07
15.19
17.43
19.72
52.45
2.12
6.93
3.55
12.13
36.91
2.44
0.81
5.19
23.68
3.59
29.87
32.48
26.27
11.80
9.28
1.55
4.63
29.66
0.13
4.42
6.83
$875,141
1,031,369
2,724,230
1,359,341
2,330,811
444,922
1,847,239
685,408
2,043,519
1,250,691
419,566
7,020', HO
595,382
5,873,757
686,980
1,361,194
6,240,952
7,018,450
29,226,832
10,250,185
3,193,146
2,092,488
1,547,923
3,346,0-87
9,089,055
2,822,800
2,468,746
1,030,837
158,435
7,168,990
4,776,724
65,331,778
$671,911
759,374
2,359,880
1,188,406
1,922,261
335,872
1,564,189
436,984
1,166,846
782,426
132,625
5,875,010
400,861
5,049,022
540,230
736.954
5,556,937
5,850,590
20,012,471
5,712,935
2,639.809
1,237,527
974,805
2,032,366
5,029,300    |
2,037,700
2,086,326
816,057
93.660
6,315,290
3,714,039
44,289,278
76.78
73.63
86.62
87.43
82.47
75.49
84.68
63.76
57.10
62.56
31.61
83.68
67.32
85.96
78.64
54.14
89.04
83.36
68.47
55.73
82.67
59.14
62.98
60.73
55.33
72.18
84.51
79.16
59.12
88.09
77.75
67.79
$801,301
778,386
2,415,455
1,219,101
1,953,481
335,872
1,565,489
541,099
1,523,023
1,029,111
352,681
6,023,870
442,141
5,257,382
623,530
1,239,314
5,710,152
5,907,310
21,530,362
8,140,150
2,754,679
1,862,545
1,477,495
2,911,406
6,101,970
2,299,700
2,124,651
863,778    |
140,660
6,324,500
3,925,114
48,752,428
91.56
75.47
88.66
89.68
83.81
75.49
84.75
78.95
74.53
82.28
84.06
85.80
74.25
89.51
90'. 77
91.05
91.48
84.17
73.66
79.41
86.26
89.01
95.46
87.00
67.13
81.46
86.06
83.79
1
$7,300
1,750
2
3. Chilliwack	
3
4
3,600
5
6. Cumberland	
7. Duncan	
8   Enderby              	
6
1,300
91,775
142,359
243,665
161,123
141,800
32,440
199,285
70,950
493,360
132,005
52,150
1,398,116
2,385,365
110,790
623,068
502,690
869,070
919,490
242,500
34,175
45,671
47,000
9,210
211,075
3,900,410
1,300
104,115
356,177
246,685
220,056
148,860
41,280
208,360
83,300
502,360
153,215
56,720
1,517,891
2,427,215
114,870
625,018
502,690
879,040
1,072,670
262,000
38,325
47,721
47,000
9,210
211,075
4,463,150
7
12,340
213,818
3,020
58,933
7,060
8,840
9,075
12,350
9,000
21,210
4,570
119,775
41,850
4,080
1,950
8
9
10   Grand Forks    	
10
11
12
13   Kaslo      	
13
14. Kelowna	
15. Ladysmith	
16   Merritt                  -
14
15
16
17
18   Nelson               	
18
19. New Westminster	
20. North Vancouver	
21. Port Alberni	
19
20
21
22   Port Coquitlam    	
?,?,
23   Port Moody
A3
9,970
153,180
19,500
4,150
2,050
?4
35
2 6. Revelstoke	
26
2 7. Rossland	
28. Salmon Arm	
27
28
29. Slocan
88.78           | 29
30. Trail     	
88.22          | 30
82.17          | 31
32. ViVtnr.A
562,740
74.62          | 32
Totals	
$70,764,675    |
1
$13,314,084    |
1
18.81
$115,548,413
$1,292,111
1.12
$186,313,088    |
1
$14,606,195    |
!
7.84
$186,313,088    (
!
$132,321,941     |
I
71.02
$146,928,136    |
[
78.86
L R 75
XV.B.—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE  OF LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS ACQUIRED  THROUGH TAX SALES, TO 1939 ASSESSMENT—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Land.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Imp r ovements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
less
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements) .
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements) .
1. Burnaby	
2. Chilliwhack-
3. Coldstream	
4. Coquitlam	
5. Delta	
6. Esquimalt	
7. Fraser Mills..
8. Glenmore	
9. Kent	
10. Langley	
11. Maple Ridge-
12. Matsqui	
13. Mission	
14. North Cowichan....
15. North Vancouver..
16. Oak Bay	
17. Peachland 	
18. Penticton	
19. Pitt Meadows	
20. Richmond	
21. Saanich	
22. Salmon Arm	
23. Spallumcheen	
24. Sumas	
25. Summerland	
26. Surrey	
27. Tadanac 	
28. West Vancouver_.
Totals	
$13,397,095
3,405,227
675,225
1,548,350
3,555,124
2,104,302
142,730
148,680
812,438
2,356,003
1,581,987
1,324,850
784,075
1,248,490
6,195,576
3,316,360
237,479
2,063,485
694,230
4,980,801
3,827,139
832,702
1,530,475
866,783
1,084,900
5,386,061
190,734
3,820,464
5,713,875
8,970
42,630
344,160
37,821
694,295
8,667
80,140
64,525
88,051
61,095
82,380
3,487,310
88,900
60,114
169,040
32,650
285,295
325,605
76,735
960
583
54,103
302,055
430,011
42.65
0.26
6.31
22.23
1.06
32.99
1.06
3.40
4.08
6.64
7.79
6.59
56.28
2.68
25.31
8.19
4.70
5.73
8.51
9.21
0.06
0.06
4.98
5.60
11.31
$13,459,156
2,321,510
312,280
7,064,530
2,045,625
10,313,520
639,878
274,760
634,315
2,873,772
2,477,021
2,166,919
5,789,610
2,669,255
2,988,465
8,844,070
197,400
4,623,765
420,780
4,018,662
9,898,427
963,235
461,985
602,195
1,838,434
4,466,900
29,331,616
7,272,318
$242,175
900
2,550
4,200
3,400
16,725
8,917
21,738
36,589
3,150
166,590
480
3,400
3,550
8,380
3,530
19,509
6,200
50
200
6,130
12,600
7,135
1.79
0.04
0.12
0.04
0.53
0.58
0.36
1.00
0.63
0.12
5.57
0.005
1.72
0.07
1.99
0.08
0.19
0.64
0.01
0.03
0.33
0.28
0.09
$26,856,251
5,726,737
987,505
8,612,880
5,600,749
12,417,822
782,608
423,440
1,446,753
5,229,775
4,059,008
3,491,769
6,573,685
3,917,745
9,184,041
12,160,430
434,879
6,687,250
1,115,010
8,999,463
13,725,566
1,795,937
1,992,460
1,468,978
2,923,334
9,852,961
29,522,350
11,092,782
$5,956,050
9,870
42,630
344,160
40,371
698,495
12,067
96,865
73,442
109,789
97,684
85,530
3,653,900
89,380
63,514
172,590
41,030
288,825
345,114
82,935
1,010
783
60,233
314,655
437,146
22.18
0.17
4.32
3.99
0.72
5.62
0.83
1.85
1.81
3.14
1.48
2.18
39.78
0.73
14.60
2.58
3.68
3.21
2.51
4.62
0.05
0.05
2.06
3.19
3.94
$26,856;
5,726,
987;
8,612,
5,600,
12,417,
782,
423,
1,446,
5,229,
4,059,
3,491,
6,573,
3,917,
9,184,
12,160
434
6,687
1,115
8,999
13,725,
1,795,
1,992;
1,468,
2,923,
9,852,
29,522
11,092,
251
737
505
880
749
822
608
440
753
775
008
769
685
745
041
430
879
250
010
463
566
937
460
978
334
961
350
782
$16,976,541
5,635,007
942,505
1,921,825
5,393,238
2,743,147
781,354
386,590
1,410,514
5,043,315
3,862,261
3,262,794
6,395,974
3,744,415
4,245,310
11,644,680
236,138
5,975,055
979,640
8,284,921
11,967,394
1,682,302
1,983,985
1,444,685
2,737,206
9,081,500
19,513,350
9,981,829
63.21
98.40
95.44
22.31
96.29
22.09
99.84
91.29
97.49
96.43
95.15
93.44
97.30
95.57
46.22
95.76
54.30
89.35
87.86
92.06
87.19
93.67
99.57
98.35
93.63
92.17
66.09
$22,932,591
5,644,877
985,135
2,265,985
5,433,609
3,441,642
781,354
386,590
1,422,581
5,140,180
3,935,703
3,372,583
6,493,658
3,829,945
7,899,210
11,734,060
299,652
6,147,645
1.020,670
8,573,746
12,312,508
1,765,237
1,984,995
1,445,468
2,797,439
9,396,155
19,513,350
10,418,975
$68,111,765    |      $12,539,970
18.41
$128,970,403     |
 I
$578,098
$197,082,168
$13,118,068
$197,082,168
$148,257,475
75.22
$161,375,543
85.39
98.57
99.76
26.30
97.01
27.71
99.84
91.29
98.32
98.28
96.96
96.58
98.78
97.75
86.00
96.49
68.90
91.93
91.54
95.27
89.70
98.29
99.62
98.40
95.69
95.36
66.09
93.92
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28 R 77
XV.C—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE  OF LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS  ACQUIRED  THROUGH TAX SALES, TO 1939 ASSESSMENT—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Land.
Improvements.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
less
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements) .
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements) .
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
1
$120,650
30,945
24,513
208,997
21,480
42,059
141,555
55,969
476,242
22,640
16,941
148,205
17,440
262,395
201,494
70,513
20,517
34,955
84,810
$1,620
100
1.33
0.32
3.49
2.53
0.59
0.07
$289,170
151,830
260,050
595,165
193,174
50,950
138^00
181,193
742,688
106,215
75,776
417,750
73,685
612,545
260,452
115,645
93,300
166,625
296,965
0.14
0.34
$409,820
.     ,       182,775
284,563
804,162
214,654
93,009
279,755
237,162
1,218,930
128,855
92,717
565,955
91,125
874,940
461,946
186,158
113,817
201,580
381,775
$1,620
100
0.39
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0.26
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$409,820
182,775
284,563
804,162
214,654
93,009
279,755
237,162
1,218,930
128,855
92,717
565,955
91,125
874,940
461,946
186,158
113,817
201,580
381,775
$393,080
116,475
284,563
647,567
206,429
90,349
237,412
195,154
1,009,060
97,055
92,717
381,500
70,610
618,000
429,123
171,028
97,868
149,830
324,450
95.92
63.73
100.00
80.53
96.17
97.14
84.86
82.29
82.78
75.32
100.00
67.40
77.48
70.63
92.89
91.87
85.99
74.32
84.98
$394,700
116,575
284,563
647,567
206,429
90,349
242,554
195,154
1,023,660
97,055
92,717
381,500
70,610
618,000
430,328
171,028
98,017
149,830
324,450
96.31
63.78
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80.53
96.17
97.14
86.70
82.29
83.98
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67.40
77.48
70.63
93.15
91.87
86.12
74.32
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6
7
4,942
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2,550
14,600
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11
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19,
13
13
14
14
15
1,205
1,205
15
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Terrace	
Tofino 	
16
17
149
149
17
18
18
19
19
Totals	
$2,002,320
$20,066
1.00
$4,821,378
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$2,750
0.06
$6,823,698
$22,816
0.33
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$5,612,270
82.24
$5,635,086
82.57 R 79
XVI.—CERTIFICATES OF APPROVAL ISSUED ON MONEY BY-LAWS DURING 1939.
Municipalities.
Cities—
Chilliwack -
Chilliwack-
Chilliwack-
Chilliwack-
Chilliwack..
Chilliwack..
Chilliwack..
Chilliwack..
Chilliwack..
Chilliwack..
Chilliwack..
Enderby	
Kamloops....
Kelowna	
Kelowna	
Nanaimo	
Nelson	
New Westminster-
Prince George	
Salmon Arm	
Trail.
Trail.
Trail.
Trail.
Trail.
By-law No.
Vernon..
Districts—
Chilliwhack-
Chilliwhack-
Delta...	
Delta...	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Oak Bay	
Villages—
Creston	
691
692
693
694
701
695
696
697
702
704
708
303
850
742
768
615
975
1654
419
336
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944 [
951
952
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777 f
263
269
980
981
982
983
984
985
986
987
990
991
992
993
994
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Purpose.
Local Improvement      $630.00 ]
Local Improvement      474.00
Local Improvement      540.00
Local Improvement      356.00
Local Improvement, Consolidation	
Local Improvement.       $915.00 "}
Local Improvement      535.00
Local Improvement    1,050.00
Local Improvement, Consolidation	
Cultus Lake Park  	
Hospital    	
Debt Refunding  	
Incinerator   	
School  	
Hospital Aid    ..
Civic Arena    	
School   	
School    	
Recreation Building	
Hospital Aid  	
School 	
Local Improvement, Sidewalk  $4,851.44
Local Improvement, Sidewalk        222.07
Local Improvement, Sidewalk     1,026.49
Local Improvement, Consolidation	
Sewage Disposal...
Cultus Lake Park	
Hospital 	
Drainage Area	
Drainage Area 	
Local Improvement.
$1
Local Improvement      2
Local Improvement	
Local Improvement	
Local Improvement     1
Local Improvement     1
Local Improvement  _
Local Improvement	
Local Improvement     6
Local Improvement      4.
Local Improvement	
Local Improvement     2,
Local Improvement     1,
Local Improvement     1
Local Improvement, Consolidation..
281.81
890.22
678.96
,212.74
,103.22
,104.20
435.77
604.45
,575.07
855.52
762.63
854.69
508.60
654.64
Waterworks _
$2,000.00
2,500.00
10,000.00
22,500.00*
27,000.00
11,000.00
27,000.00
65,000.00
60,000.00
14,400.00
23,000.00
12,000.00
1,400.00*
28,401.60
6,100.00
45,000.00
15,000.00
52,500.00*
3,000.00
5,500.00
27,867.88
35,000.00
Years.
5
10
10
20
15
10
20
20
20
15
15
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
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Certificate
No.
Per Cent.
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5
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3
4
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5
5
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4
4
4
4
5 and 5
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1812
1825
1840
Date of Certificate.
January 24, 1939.
February 21, 1939.
January 24, 1939.
1815
February 21, 1939.
1820
May 23, 1939.
1845
October 28, 1939.
1851
December 20, 1939.
1843
October 18, 1939.
1839
August 14, 1939.
1841
September 14, 1939
1850
December 8, 1939.
1831
July 19, 1939.
1816
March 27, 1939.
1827
July 12, 1939.
1848
November 14, 1939.
1813
February 9, 1939.
1817
May 22, 1939.
1818
May 22, 1939.
1819
May 22, 1939.
1822
June 6, 1939.
1826
June 17, 1939.
1821
May 26, 1939.
1849
November 24, 1939.
1823
June 10, 1939.
1842
September 19, 1939.
June 12, 1939.
June 16, 1939.
August 22, 1939.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XVIIL—AREA AND POPULATION.
Area in Acres.
Population.
1931 Census.
Estimated.
Cities    XVIII.A                      -
46,131
906,753
6,896
141,228
124,381
8,392
152,750
Districts    XVIII.B                      	
146,800
Villages    XVIII.C	
8,392
959,780
27,695
274,001                   307,942
1
246,593                  270,000
987,745
520,594
577,942
XVIII.A.—AREA AND POPULATION—CITIES.
Area in Acres.
Population.
Cities.
1931 Census.
Estimated.
1,553
1,000
1,040
800
200
66
500
655
329
1,697
640
912
400
1,281
220
1,615
720
751
3,481
3,131
1,960
6,200
3,000
1,092
2,240
595
1,920
520
192
784
2,000
4,637
702
989
2,461
1,219
3,067
2,371
1,843
555
2,732
1,298
171
6,167
523
4,655
1,443
1,296
6,745
5,992
17,524
8,510
2,356
1,312
1,260
2,479
6,350
2,736
2,848
830
202
7,573
3,937
39,082
1,100
1,050
3,000
1,450
3,000
2,500
2,400
Enderby  _ _   -	
550
2,300
1,600
Greenwood-     - -	
300
6,500
500
5,500
1,800
1,200
7,000
6,600
20,500
8,500
3,600
1,600
1,300
2,400
6,500
2,600
3,200
650
250
Trail    	
9,600
4,700
39,000
Totals	
46,131
141,228
152,750 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 85
XVIII.B.—AREA AND POPULATION—DISTRICTS.
Area in Acres.
Population.
1931 Census.
Estimated.
21,500
65.000
25,564
5.802
26,000
7,200
17.000                           867
800
37,120
42,000
1,500
390
3,655
47,360
75,907
45,000
54,145
52,000
35.000
4,871
3,709
3,274
616
303
1,207
5,537
4,932
3,835
2,279
3.291
7,600
Delta      _   -                                                      	
4,500
Esquimalt       _____ __	
2,600
650
300
Kent                                     -                    —-                             	
1,450
7,300
5,800
5,200
2,300
5.200
48.000                        4.788                        4.600
2,552
3,520
7,044
14,000
30,000
45.000
5.892                          6.300
318
4,640
832
8,182
12.968
400
5,800
950
9,600
18,000
46,000                        1,671
65,000                        1,629
34,000                        1,812
13.000                        1.791
1,950
1,750
1,900
1,750
76,000
740
24,320
8.521
11.400
464                         600
4.786                      4,900
Totals               -	
906,753                   124,381                   146,800
1                                  1
XVIII.C.—AREA AND POPULAT
ION—VILLAGES.
Area in Acres.
Population.
Villages.
1931 Census.
Estimated.
160
154
75
430
89
60
1,200
240
821
124
109
295
95
950
790
320
440
220
324
510
■     202
380
695
355
167
374
222
1,314
306
181
446
272
999
610
352
300
305
402
McBride   _ ... — - 	
6,896
8,392  Victoria, B.C., January 5th, 1940.
E. H. Bridgman, Esq.,
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Sir,—Schedules with respect to applications for loans under " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," of the Dominion, as at December 31st, 1939, are attached hereto,
and comments as to the procedure followed, submitted herewith.
SCHEDULES.
XIX. Loans approved by the Dominion, in amounts authorized for projects described.
XX. Particulars of final Order in Council, Provincial guarantee, charge, terms,
etc., on loans approved.
XXI. Debentures issued in favour of the Dominion.
XXII. Applications receiving preliminary approval and undertaking to guarantee
by Province, but on examination disallowed by Ottawa as not meeting
requirements of the Act.
XXIII. Applications for loans from the Dominion not approved by the Province.
XXIV. Applications for loans from the Dominion withdrawn by applicant.
XXV. Inquiries relating to requirements for loans from the Dominion.
From examination of the schedules attached, it will be seen that:—
The total of applications for loans received was  $3,737,735.00
Applications withdrawn—Schedule XXIV        444,300.00
$3,293,435.00
Applications not approved by the Province—Schedule XXIII.._       538,500.00
$2,754,935.00
Applications not approved by the Dominion—Schedule XXII. .       716,000.00
Applications approved by the Dominion—Schedule XIX  $2,038,935.00
It is interesting to note that of the total loans approved by the Dominion as set out in
Schedule XIX.:— Per Cent
City municipalities received  24.96
District municipalities received  12.66
Improvement districts received     6.47
Vancouver  (direct)  received  19.13
The Greater Vancouver Water District received  36.78
COMMENTS.
" The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," was an Act of the Dominion
assented to on June 24th, 1938, passed to assist municipalities in making self-liquidating
improvements.
The requirements of the Dominon were that, before a loan could be recommended by the
Federal Minister, an application had to show the project to be self-liquidating, urgent, and
assisting in relief of unemployment; had to have the approval, by Order in Council, of the
Province in which the municipality was situated; and that an undertaking had been obtained
that the Province would guarantee to the Dominion the payments for interest on and
amortization of the loan.
Following the approval of the applications of the City of Vancouver and The Greater
Vancouver Water District, listed as "Other Agencies (Special Acts)" on the several
schedules appended hereto, the examination of the applications in Victoria was transferred
from the Department of Finance to the Department of Municipal Affairs.
Since your return from conferring with the Finance Department in Ottawa, the procedure
as agreed upon between Dr. Clark, the Deputy Minister of Finance, and yourself, as representing the Province, has been strictly followed.
Self-liquidation, urgency, assistance in relief of unemployment, and condition of application was checked and the statements contained therein were concurred in by this Depart- R 88 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
ment;   plans, specifications, and estimates for utility projects were passed on by the Water
Comptroller, and for buildings by the Chief Architect.
A report on the applying municipality from the view-point of a guarantor was then prepared for the Minister of Municipal Affairs. If acceptable, the Minister instructed the
preparation of the preliminary Order in Council, which recommended:—
(a.)   Giving consent for the applying municipality to enter into an agreement with
the Minister of Finance of the Dominion to borrow under the provisions of the
Act:
(6.)  Approving the application for the loan and the project to be financed out of the
proceeds thereof:
(c.)   Undertaking that the Province, if and when the aforementioned agreement be
entered   into,   guarantee   unconditionally   the   payments   for   interest   on   and
amortization of the loan under the agreement.
The application, with the covering Order in Council of the Province, was then sent to
Ottawa where, if found satisfactory on examination, it was approved by a Dominion Order
in Council.
An agreement was then prepared by Ottawa between the Minister of Finance of Canada
and the municipality and forwarded to this Department to be sent out for completion.
This Department then prepared:—
(a.)   The form of charge upon the revenues to be derived from the project for the
protection of the Province and as security for the loan:
(b.)  Note to cover the first 25-per-cent. advance by the Dominion:
(c.)   Resolution to be passed authorizing the signing, sealing, and delivering of all
documents and doing all things necessary in connection with the loan.
Copies of forms as above described, together with the agreement received from Ottawa,
were then forwarded for completion to the municipality applying for the loan.
When this had been done and the documents required returned to this Department, if
found to be in order, the final Order in Council of the Province was prepared. This order
covered the form of guarantee to be given under the hand of the Minister of Finance of the
Province and provision for the assignment of the charge to the Minister of Finance of the
Dominion.
On the passing of this final Order in Council, the guarantee was prepared and executed
by the Minister of Finance on behalf of the Province and delivered to this Department.
All documents in connection with the loan were then presented for examination to the
Deputy Attorney-General.
If in order, the Deputy Attorney-General gave a written opinion that all things required
and necessary to be done by the municipality and the Province had been done and that each
had the authority for so doing.
On receipt of this opinion, this Department forwarded a completed file to the Deputy
Minister of Finance, Ottawa, it being then in order for the municipality concerned to apply
direct to Ottawa for the initial advance.
To facilitate the delivery of the debenture required under the Dominion regulations, this
Department has had suitable forms printed and the municipalities have been advised that
such blanks were available at cost.
The thanks of the applying municipalities and of this Department are due to Dr. W. C.
Clark, Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa, for his consideration and assistance with respect
to the operation and application of " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," in
this Province.
R. S. GILCHRIST,
Supervisor of Municipalities. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 89
" THE MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS ASSISTANCE ACT, 1938."
SCHEDULES.
XIX.—LOANS APPROVED BY THE DOMINION IN AMOUNTS AUTHORIZED
FOR PROJECTS AS DESCRIBED, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
City Municipalities  ("Municipal Act")-
Alberni     __ ___	
Armstrong   —
Grand Forks
Nanaimo   	
Port  Alberni  __,
Prince George
Prince Rupert
Salmon Arm ...
Trail  	
Amount authorized.
$10,000.00
11,800.00
11,000.00
200,000.00
66,000.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
15,000.00
130,000.00
Short Description of Project.
Replacement of water-mains and construction of water-tank.
Replacement of water-mains.
Improving hydro-electric service and installing stand-by unit.
Replacement of water-mains.
Replacement of water-rhains.
Replacement of water-mains and construction of water-tower.
Renewal and extension of water system.
Replacement of water-mains.
Renewal and extension of water system.
Total, City Municipalities
District Municipalities  ("Municipal Act") —
Coquitlam  — __ ___ __	
Penticton        _	
Saanich  __ __ _  	
Summerland    .__ _   _	
Surrey  _____ ____       _.
$10,000.00
41,000.00
40,635.00
154,000.00
12,500.00
$508,800.00
Extension of waterworks system.
Improving water distribution system.
Improving water system.
Replacement of water-mains.
Installation of water-mains.
Total, District Municipalities —
Improvement Districts   ("Water Act") —
Ann able-War field Waterworks and Sewerage
District   (Trail)      _ -     $44,000.00
Connaught    Heights   Waterworks    District
(D.L. 172, New Westminster)    _._      40,000.00
Grandview Waterworks District (Spallumcheen,  Armstrong)   _.___ .__ - --        8,000.00
Westview   Light,   Power,   and   Waterworks
District   (Powell River)     __ __      40,000.00
Total, Improvement Districts
Other Agencies (Special Acts)-
Vancouver     -	
The Greater Vancouver Water District
$390,000.00
750,000.00
132,000.00
Total,  Other Agencies -- - -     1,140,000.00
Installation  of  water-mains  and  sewer-
mains.
Installation of water-mains.
Replacement   of   water-mains   and   construction of reservoir.
Extending water system.
Construction of and additions to school
buildings.
Extension of distribution  system.
Total  _.- __ -     $2,038,935.00 R 90
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XX.—PARTICULARS OF FINAL ORDER IN COUNCIL, PROVINCIAL GUARANTEE,
CHARGE, TERM, ETC., ON LOANS APPROVED BY THE DOMINION AS AT
DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
Number of
Order in
Council
authorizing
Guarantee.
Date of
Guarantee by
Province.
Date of Charge
on Revenue
from Project
in Favour
of Province.
Annual
Amortization
due on
Amount
authorized.
Term of
Loan from
Date of
Completion.
City Municipalities (" Municipal Act ") —
1027-1939
July   27, 1939
July   20, 1939
$1,108.30
10 years.
1363-1939
Oct.    11, 1939
Sept. 26, 1939
914.46
453-1939
April 17, 1939
April    6, 1939
1,219.14
10 years.
109-1939
Feb.      1, 1939
Mar.     1, 1939
13,936.00
984-1939
July    19, 1939
July    11, 1939
4,020.14
Prince George   	
459-1939
April 17,1939
April   3, 1939
1,937.42
15 years.
911-1939
July     6, 1939
June 29, 1939
1,779.56
1571-1939
910-1939
Nov.   18, 1939
July      6, 1939
Nov.     7, 1939
June  27, 1939
667.34
7,918.46
Trail 	
20 years.
District Municipalities (" Municipal
Act") —
1570-1939
Nov.   18, 1939
Oct.    16, 1939
774.96
15 years.
1086-1939
Aug.    9, 1939
July   31, 1939
2,497.36
Saanich   	
450-1939
April 12, 1939
Mar.   31, 1939
2,475.14
20 years.
678-1939
May    19, 1939
May     9, 1939
7,857.92
Surrey   _ _
1569-1939
Nov.   18, 1939
Nov.   13, 1939
968.70
15 years.
Improvement Districts (" Water Act ") —
Annable-Warfield..  	
1087-1939
Aug.    9, 1939
July   26, 1939
2,680.10
20 years.
1108-1939
Aug.   17, 1939
Aug.     9, 1939
1,779.56
1319-1939
Sept. 27, 1939
Sept. 19, 1939
487.28
20 years.
987-1939
July   25, 1939
July   15, 1939
3,099.84
Other Agencies (Special Acts) —
Vancouver.   	
460-1939
April 17, 1939
April   4, 1939
23,755.36
20 years.
The Greater Vancouver Water District..
1659-1938
Dec.    20, 1938
No charge
executed
ns authorized
38,269.10
25 years.
Annual a
nortization on loa
$118,146.14
XXL—DEBENTURES ISSUED IN FAVOUR OF THE DOMINION, AS AT
DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
Incorporated Name.
Maximum Loan
authorized.
I
Issue to cover Amount
used.
Date of
Issue.
Date of
Final
Payment.
Semiannual
Amortization.
City Municipalities—
The Corporation of the City
$11,000.00
130,000.00
$11,000.00
130,000.00
Dec. 31, 1939
Dec. 31, 1939
Dec. 31, 1939
Dec. 31, 1949
Dec. 31, 1959
Dec. 31, 1959
$609 57
The Corporation of the City
of Trail	
3,959 23
Total, City Municipalities	
District Municipalities—
The Corporation of the Dis-
$141,000.00
$41,000.00
$141,000.00
$41,000.00
1,248.68
Total, District Munici-
41,000.00
41,000.00
Totals	
$182,000.00
$182,000.00
$5,817.48 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1939.        R 91
XXIL—APPLICATIONS RECEIVING PRELIMINARY APPROVAL AND UNDERTAKING TO GUARANTEE BY PROVINCE, BUT ON EXAMINATION DISALLOWED
BY THE DOMINION AS NOT MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ACT,
AS AT DECEMBER 31ST, 1939.
City Municipalities   ("Municipal Act")-
Kamloops     	
Nelson     —_	
Amount of Application.
.    $11,000.00
40,000.00
Vernon
Victoria
Short Description of Proposed Project.
Construction of garbage incinerator.
Replacement of water-mains and extension of distribution system.
Renewal and additions to waterworks
system.
Construction of arena and auditorium.
Total, City Municipalities ____ _ _ $255,000.00
District Municipalities   ("Municipal Act") —
Surrey   	
$116,000.00
West  Vancouver          150,000.00
Total, District Municipalities  	
Construction and equipment of three
junior high schools.
Extension, replacement, and construction of waterworks system.
Improvement Districts   ("Water Act") —
Lansdowne   Waterworks   District    (Spallumcheen, Armstrong)    	
Total, Improvement Districts
5,000.00
5,000.00
Replacement  of  water   distribution   system.
Other Agencies   (Special Acts) —
The Greater Vancouver Water District
Total, Other Agencies
Total   _ _	
$190,000.00
190,000.00
$716,000.00
Extension   of   water-supply   system   and
a main for the City of Vancouver.
XXIIL—APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS FROM THE DOMINION NOT APPROVED
BY THE PROVINCE, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
City Municipalities   ("Municipal Act")-
Prince   George     	
Nelson     __  „	
Rossland  ._  	
Victoria      - __
Total,   City  Municipalities
Amount of Application.
.    $10,000.00
35,000.00
40,000.00
_    450,000.00
Short Description of Proposed Project.
Arena and ice rink.
Bus system to replace street-railway.
Sewerage system.
Hydro-electric development.
$535,000.00
District Municipalities   ("Municipal Act ")-
Penticton    __._   	
$2,500.00
Erection of building for library purposes.
Total,   District  Municipalities
2,500.00
Agencies not included in Act-
Silver  Star  Waterworks   .
$1,000.00
Domestic water.
Total, Other Agencies
Total  	
1,000.00
$538,500.00 R 92
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
XXIV.—APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS FROM THE DOMINION WITHDRAWN
BY APPLICANTS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
City Municipalities   ("Municipal Act")-
Cranbrook     	
Amount of Application.
_  $200,000.00
Revelstoke
Trail    _
61,000.00
75,000.00
Short Description of Proposed Project.
A complete fully automatic electric generating plant.
Renewal of water-mains.
Extension of waterworks system.
Total,   City   Municipalities        $336,000.00
District Municipalities   (" Municipal Act ")-
Penticton    __	
$100,000.00
Improvements to domestic water system.
Total, District Municipalities
Improvement Districts   ("Water Act") —
Canyon Water District   (Spallumcheen, Armstrong)    	
Round   Prairie   Waterworks   District    (Spallumcheen,  Armstrong)   	
Total, Improvement Districts 	
$7,000.00
1,300.00
Total         $444,300.00
Renewal of water-main.
Renewal of water-main.
XXV.—INQUIRIES RELATING TO REQUIREMENTS FOR LOANS  FROM THE
DOMINION, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1939.
City Municipalities (" Municipal Act ")-
Courtenay 	
Duncan  _.  _
Slocan    	
District Municipalities (" Municipal Act ") —
Glenmore.  	
Maple Ridge  	
Matsqui   	
Oak Bay   	
Village Municipalities (" Village Act ") —
Dawson Creek	
Improvement Districts (" Water Act ")-
Wildwood Light District.	
Oyama Irrigation District	
Amount.
$6,000.00
50,000.00
No amount
No amount
2,500.00
No amount
No amount
25,000.00
10,000.00
Short Descviption of
Project.
Date of Initial
Inquiry.
Electric light ....
Sewerage system-
Electric light	
Road improvements. „.
Hard-surfacing highways.
Roads 	
Waterworks.	
Sewerage system__
Waterworks extension .....
Water system extension__
•Tune 7, 1938
June 13, 1938
July    19, 1938
Sept. 15, 1938
July 8, 1939
July 25, 1939
Aug. 5, 1938
Aug.   26, 1938
June   20, 1939
Aug.   21, 1939
Number of
Letter.
29323
29349
29577
29825
31931
32054
29614
Telegram.
31302
32331
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Chari.es F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1940.
1,175-940-7049  

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