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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
REPORT
op the
COAL AND PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
FOR  THE
YEAR ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1938
PRINTED  by
AUTHORITY  OF  THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Trinled by Charles F. Baxfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1939.  To His Honour E. W. Hamber,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the  Coal and  Petroleum
Control Board for the year ended December 31st, 1938.
W. A. CARROTHERS,
Coal and Petroleum Control Board.
Victoria, B.C., 1939.  Annual Report of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board
for the Calendar Year ended December 31st, 1938.
Pursuant to section 23 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board Act," being
chapter 8 of the Statutes of British Columbia, 1937, Dr. W. A. Carrothers was appointed as
the sole member of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board in April, 1938.
The first task of the Board was to obtain accurate information with regard to the operation of the coal and petroleum industries in this Province.
Conferences were held with representatives of both industries early in June, 1938, in
Vancouver and Victoria. All branches of the industries were represented. At these conferences the relation between the Board and the industries concerned was clarified. The possibility of control through co-operation with the industries themselves was canvassed, as it was
not desired simply to impose regulations from without but rather to assist the industries
themselves in removing abuses which were recognized by all, but which the industries themselves, because of competitive conditions, were unable to handle.
From time to time various regulations were discussed with the industries, particularly
with the petroleum industry, such as licensing, posting of prices and grades, removal of unfair
competition, reduction in number of retail outlets, control of price, etc. A licensing system
was established for different classes of operations in the industries. Each coal-mine, refiner
of petroleum products, wholesaler and retailer, is required to be licensed. A nominal fee of
$1 was set for each licence.
By section 6 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board Act" no person, since
the appointment of the Board, may commence business in any of the coal and petroleum
industries without first obtaining a licence. It has been stated that there is an unnecessarily
large number of retail outlets in both of these industries in this Province. The industries
themselves were approached with a view to finding out in what way this situation might be
dealt with. After examination it was decided that it would create a hardship simply to
refuse to grant any further licences. Circumstances within the industry itself, and conditions of change throughout the Province, make such a policy undesirable. Consequently it
was decided that each application to establish a new outlet should be individually investigated,
and a decision arrived at on the merits of the case.
Difficulty was found in establishing a satisfactory regulatory system by means of
co-operation with the industries and it was decided that the best way in which to speed up
the work of regulation was to fix prices. An examination was made of the petroleum
industry with a view to accomplishing this. In addition to information secured from the
companies by letter and questionnaire, hearings were held in Vancouver during the week
commencing October 3rd, 1938, and in Victoria on October 12th and 13th, 1938. All of the
oil companies as well as the retailers were represented at these hearings. The result was
that a regulation was made by the Board on October 20th, 1938, establishing a maximum price
to the consumer for gasoline in the Province of British Columbia. The price system was
based on Vancouver and price zones were established throughout the Province to meet local
conditions. The oil companies, however, secured a Supreme Court injunction restraining the
Board from enforcing this Regulation. (The. Appendix gives all of the regulations of the
Board.)
The oil industry is one of the large industries of British Columbia. It is made up of nine
major oil companies with extensive distribution facilities. Of these companies only four
operate over most of British Columbia. These are: Imperial Oil, Limited, Union Oil Company of Canada, Limited, Shell Oil Company of British Columbia, Limited, and the Standard
Oil Company of British Columbia.
Home Oil Distributors, Limited, have .-extensive distribution facilities, but they do not
operate in eastern British Columbia.
The Signal Oil Company, Limited, operates only in Vancouver, the Lower Fraser Valley,
and Victoria.
The British American Oil Company, Limited, operates throughout the Interior of British
Columbia, but until the present it has not entered the Coast market.
The Texas Company of Canada, Limited, whose gasoline is all imported from the United
States, operates directly only in eastern British Columbia.    On the Coast its products are W 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
sold through an independent distributer, the B.C. Fuel Company, Limited, who sell both
directly to retailers and indirectly through other distributers, the chief of which are Mainland
Distributors, Limited, and the Independent Gasoline Corporation.
The gasoline sold on the Coast is imported from the United States or refined in one of
the three refineries in the neighbourhood of Vancouver—the Imperial Oil Refinery, the Shell
Oil Refinery, and the Standard Oil Refinery. In addition the Vancouver Oil Company,
Limited, a subsidiary of Home Oil Distributors, Limited, and the Union Oil Company of
Canada, Limited, have refineries at which lubricating oils and greases are blended and compounded. In eastern British Columbia the outlets are supplied by the refineries at the Coast
and from Alberta. It is cheaper to send gasoline to the eastern parts of British Columbia
from Alberta than it is to send it from Vancouver.
During the year 1938 the total sales of gasoline in the Province of British Columbia were
57,135,000 gallons. Of this amount approximately 38,161,000 gallons were refined in the
Province of British Columbia. For blending purposes 11,139,000 gallons of casing-head
gasoline were imported into the Province free of duty, while 5,273,000 gallons of dutiable
gasoline were imported. Two million five hundred and sixty-two thousand gallons of gasoline
were imported into the Province from Alberta.
Under regulations of the Board establishing a system of licensing in the coal and
petroleum industries in this Province the total number of licences issued up to December 31st,
1938, was 3,088. Of these 453 were in the coal industry. The following table gives a list
of the types of licences issued:—■
Analysis of Licences issued by the Board under Regulation 1,
July 12th to December 31st, 1938.
Coal-mine operators         17
Wholesale coal dealers         72
Retail coal dealers       364
Petroleum refiners   8
Petroleum wholesalers       343
Petroleum retailers   2,284
Total  3,088
The following table gives an analysis of the licences issued for the sale of products of
the various companies. The licences are issued in the operator's name, so licences granted to
oil company leased stations are included under the heading of " others."
Petroleum Licences as at December 31st, 1938.
Imperial Oil, Ltd. 	
Wholesalers.
.      86
Retailers
86
Standard Oil Co. of B.C., Ltd.,	
     16
52
Shell Oil Co. of B.C., Ltd	
_____    49
60
Union Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd.	
Home Oil Distributors, Ltd.  	
     53
32
53
39
British American Oil Co., Ltd.	
     17
15
B.C. Fuel Co., Ltd. 	
3
1 ■
Hi-Way Oil Co., Ltd	
1
1
Mainland Distributors, Ltd.   _._    _
Signal Oil Company, Ltd. 	
 ..___.      1
       6
1
6
264
Total 	
314
Others 	
41
1,901
  305
             29
Total 	
No gasoline  (fuel-oil, lubricants, etc.) 	
2,215
56
  334
Total 	
2.271
Note.—During the year five retail outlets were closed in respect of which no new licences
have been issued. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938.    W 7
The following table gives an analysis of licences issued under section 6 of the " Coal and
Petroleum Products Control Board Act," which requires that any person commencing business
in the coal or petroleum industries must secure a licence therefor.
Analysis of Section 6, July 4th to December 31st, 1938.
Petroleum Retailers' Licences.
Licences granted—■
Number taking over existing businesses not previously licensed  94
Number taking over existing businesses which were previously licensed- 42
Number of new businesses operating before applying for licence  17
Number commencing new businesses  52
Total applications granted  205
Applications refused—-
Total number _•_     26
Total retail petroleum applications dealt with  231
Petroleum Wholesalers' Licences.
Licences granted—
Number of new businesses operating before applying for a licence—
Lubricating-oils         2
General business        1
Total       3
Coal Industry.
Licences granted—r
Number taking over existing businesses       1
Number of new businesses operating before applying for a licence       2
Number of new businesses .       9
Total     12
Licences refused—
Total number        2
Total     14 W 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Twenty-nine wholesalers and 56 retailers of petroleum products possess licences restricted
to the sale of products other than gasoline.
It is of interest to note the large quantity of gasoline sold by the oil companies direct to
consumers. In Greater Vancouver and District and Victoria approximately 20 per cent, has
been sold in this manner, while in the balance of the Province approximately 40 per cent, was
sold directly to consumers.
The following table gives, for the month of December, the percentages of gasoline sold
to retailers and direct to consumers in the various sections throughout the Province. It also
gives the percentage of gasoline sold in the different parts of the Province. December was
chosen as a sample month as there would be no unusual amount of gasoline sold to any special
class of people, such as farmers during harvesting operations.
Percentage of Bulk Plant Sales by Type of Customer, December, 1938.
Percentage to
Retailers.
Percentage
Direct to
Consumers.
Percentage of
Total
Consumption.
82.6
83.8
62.2
76.2
67.2
39.7
66.2
71.0
S3.5
68.4
66.5
71.5
63.7
53.0
49.S
66.8
76.9
56.7
17.4
16.2
37.8
23.8
32.8
60.3
33.8
29.0
16.5
31.6
33.5
'28.5
36.3
47.0
50.2
33.2
23.1
43.3
12.7
54.0
33.3
Total  	
100.0
6.2
Zone 3        _. .
6.0
Zone 4     —   — 	
Zone o   —  	
Zone 6   ._ 	
2.1
2.0
0.1
0.1
Zone 8        _  	
2.2
5 5
Zone 10    ...   .
3 9
Zone 11        	
0.2
Zone 12 _   _ _ _
0 6
Zone 13      	
1 3
0 4
1 6
Note.—Direct to consumers includes sales to farmers, industrial concerns, trucking companies, and the marine
trade.    Compiled from reports submitted to the Board pursuant to Regulation 5.
The following table shows the monthly consumption of gasoline for the year 1938:—-
Monthly Retail Sales of Gasoline in British Columbia, 1938.
January _.
February
March _____
April  	
May 	
June 	
July 	
August 	
September
October ____
November
December _
Gallons.
,481,000
313,000
885,000
,383,000
,037,000
379,000
,824,000
,308,000
571,000
,866,000
,822,000
,266,000
Total
57,135,000
Note.—Compiled from returns received from the gasoline tax department of the British
Columbia Government. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938.
W 9
There is a very marked seasonal variation in the sale of gasoline in British Columbia,
with the highest months being July and August and the lowest being January and February.
It would appear that there is a greater seasonal reduction in the sales direct to consumers than sales to retailers. The following index in which the month of October is represented by 100 per cent, indicates this variation. This difference would be accounted for by
the seasonal character of many of the industries in British Columbia.
Index of Sales
to Retailers.
October, 1938   100
November, 1938   106
December, 1938   94
January, 1939   82
Index of Sales Direct
to Consumers.
100
103
77
66
Note.—Compiled from reports submitted to the Board pursuant to Regulation 5.
Gasoline produced in British Columbia Refineries, 1936-37.
Year.
Straight Run.
By Cracking
Process.
Total.
1936     _ _    ....	
1937  _  	
Imp. Gals.
36,939,708
41,691,507
Imp. Gals.
2,109,618
2,330,478
Imp. Gals.
39,049,326
44,021,985
Lubricating-oil imported and made in British Columbia, 1937.
' Imp. Gals.
Made in British Columbia refineries	
Made at other British Columbia plants	
Imported, costing less than 25 cents per gallon..
Imported, other	
Total.
626,439
914,727
1,241,291
860,938
3,643,395
Capital employed in the Petroleum Products Industry in British Columbia
Year.
1932....
1933___.
1934....
1935___.
1936___
1937.._.
and Average Number of Employees, 1932-37.
Average Number
Capital employed. of Employees.
  $5,759,995 332
  5,827,371 390
  5,583,372 388
  5,382,984 398
  5,442,752 401
  5,114,725 370
Fuel-oil Deliveries in British Columbia (and Yukon), 1934-37.
Year.
Product of
B.C.
Refineries.
Percentage
of Canadian Total.
Product of
Foreign
Refineries.
Percentage
of Canadian Total.
Total
Fuel-oil
delivered.
Percentage
of Canadian Total.
1934	
1935                                 	
Imp. Gals.
91,444,403
99,567,910
126,100,537
140,323,032
21.5
22.3
25.3
26.3
Imp. Gals.
44,970,549
49,368,884
39,744,945
39,409,647
10.6
11.0
7.9
7.4
Imp. Gals.
136,414,952
148,936,794
165,845,482
179,732,679
32.1
33.3
1936                       	
33.2
1937  _  	
33.7
Source:   Canada, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, " The Petroleum Products Industry in Canada.' W 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Fuel-oil Deliveries:   Specific Uses, by Provinces, 1937.
Domestic and Building Heating.
Industrial
(Manufacturers')
Heating
and for
Power.
Tractor
Fuel-oil,
not
Lubricant.
Railways,
principally
Locomotive
Fuel.
Bunkering,
includes
Distributers'
Tankers.
Total
Deliveries.
Per
Cent.
of
Yearly
Total.
Area.
Number
Domestic
Customers.
Quantity.
N.B. and P.E.I 	
1,814
4,404
10,471
23,479
913
230
25
8,983
Imp. Gals.
3,141,515
5,934,349
39,095,611
39,650,575
2,079,592
1,009,752
357,237
26,454,452
3,233,715
7,046,635
34,338,745
57,032,657
2,149,490
10,657,495
2,640,892
45,346,719
25,690
4,047
972,205
6,675,543
15,409,009
9,952,581
5,410,750
145,763
111,911
37,383
1,820,228
3,139,150
1,178,912
153,073
5,503,624
40,690,396
3,947,801
19,165,000
63,358,680
7,480,169
18,655
Imp. Gals.
10,460,632
32,187,414
139,585,469
113,978,094
20,835,658
21,772,901
14,007,773
179,732,679
2.0
6.0
26.2
Ontario 	
21.4
3.9
4.1
Alberta and N.W.T.
B.C. and Yukon	
95,270
67,095,349
2.7
33.7
Total, 1937
50,319
117,723,083
162,446,348
38,595,588
52,634,677
161,160,924
532,560,620
100.0
Source:   Canada, Dominion Bureau of Statistics:   "The Petroleum Products Industry in Canada."
British Columbia Coal Trade with other Canadian Provinces, 1932-37.*
Year.
1932__-_.
1933____.
1934____.
1935	
1936	
1937-.
Received from
other Provinces.
Short Tons.
.___ 144,663
.___ 116,723
.___ 123,968
.___ 214,650
.___ 244,946
.__. 269,286
Shipped to
other Provinces.
Short Tons.
120,359
97,850
118,438
130,615
142,195
101,349
Imports of Coal into British Columbia, 1932-38.
Year.
United States.
United Kingdom.
Other Countries.
Total.
1932    _ 	
1933
Short Tons.
5,255
9,320
4,414
7,204
7,357
4,814
7,535
Short Tons.
1,156
22,497
324
2,684
662
Short Tons.
700
8
300
43
1,121
Short Tons.
7,111
31,825
1934 ... 	
5,038
1935 	
1936               	
9,931
9,140
1937 . .                        _
4,814
1938 .       .   _  	
114
417
8,066
Exports of Coal from British Columbia, 1932-38.;
Year.
1932...
1933...
1934_._
1935__
1936__
1937...
1938...
Short Tons.
120,876
81,362
87,417
117,807
127,436
145,639
138,592
* Source:   Canada, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, "Coal Statistics." REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938.
W 11
Output of Coal by Districts in British Columbia, 1932-38.*
1932.
1933.
1934.
1935.
1936.
1937.
1938.
621,431
221,172
838,887
502,334
194,041
685,897
676,858
166,500
642,611
457,149
169,409
704,729
514,161
182,982
792,028
494,963
190,650
913,230
482,417
216,310
741,559
Inland.. 	
Total	
1,681,490
1,382,272
1,485,969
1,331,287
1,489,171
1,598,843
1,440,286
Output of Coal from British Columbia Mines, 1919-38.*
Year.
1919___
1920-..
1921...
Dollars.
    13,512,532
    18,105,814
    15,676,774
1922____       14,622,317
1923    13,813,520
1924	
1925	
1926	
1927	
1928	
10,601,998
11,720,373
10,612,915
10,934,777
11,094,353
Short Tons. Year.                             Dollars.
2,649,516    1929  10,160,789
3,095,011    1930  8,421,572
2,890,291    1931  7,150,996
2,927,033    1932  6,392,801
2,823,306    1933  5,306,287
2,193,667    1934  5,351,108
2,742,252    1935  5,043,510
2,613,719    1936  5,493,425
2,746,243    1937  5,856,578
2,804,594    1938  	
* Source:   Canada, Dominion Bureau of Statistics, "Coal Statistics."
/-*?
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/20
//O
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Short Tons.
2,490,378
2,083,818
1,876,406
1,681,490
1,382,272
1,485,969
1,331,287
1,489,171
1,598,843
1,440,286
/s\3a
Gasoline Sales in British Columbia, 1931-38.
Index:   1934 = 100.0. imp. Gal.
  45,369,000
  39,458,000
1931	
1932	
1933  38,707,000
1934  42,338,000
1935  43,410,000
1936  48,723,000
1937  54,775,000
1938  57,135,000
Index.
107.3
93.2
91.4
100.0
102.5
115.1
129.3
134.9 W 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX.
REGULATION 1.
A Regulation establishing a System of Licences for the Coal and Petroleum
Industries.
(Approved June 28th, 1938.)
1. In this regulation and in all regulations that may hereafter be made by the Board,
unless the context otherwise requires:—
" Act " means the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board Act ":
" Mine operator " means a person who, within the Province, carries on the business
of mining coal:
"Refiner" means a person who, within the Province, carries on the business of
refining:
" Refining " means the processing or blending of petroleum or petroleum products
so that their character or use is altered:
" Retailing " means the selling to a consumer of any product to which this regulation
applies:
" Retailer " means a person who, within the Province, carries on the business of
retailing:
" Retail outlet " means:—
(i.) Any yard, service-station, garage, scow, barge, or other premises used
in connection with the retailing of any product to which this regulation applies,
at or from which delivery is made to a consumer;
(ii.) Any office, sub-office, place, or premises, not included in clause (i)
hereof, used in connection with the retailing of such product, and where orders
for such product are accepted for delivery;
(iii.) Any wagon, truck, boat, float, scow, barge, or other mobile equipment
used for the retailing of such product by peddling and selling by travelling from
place to place and accepting orders and making deliveries:
" Wholesaling " means the buying- or obtaining of any product to which this regulation applies, and the selling or distribution of such product to a retailer, or to
a retail outlet, or to any person whose business is the resale of such product:
" Wholesaler " means a person who, within the Province, carries on the business of
wholesaling, and includes a broker or selling agent, whether selling on commission or salary or any combination of these:
" Wholesale outlet " means any office, sub-office, place, or premises used in connection
with the wholesaling of any product to which this regulation applies where
orders for such product are accepted from any person whose business is the
resale of such product, or where orders are given for the transfer or delivery
of such product to a retail outlet.
2. This regulation applies to coal, coal-coke, crude oil, gasoline, Diesel oil, fuel-oil, lubri-
cating-oil, and petroleum-coke.
3. Neither this regulation nor any regulation that may hereafter be made by the Board
shall apply to any person in respect of the importing to or the exporting from the Province
of any product to which this regulation applies.
4. Every mine operator shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938, make a separate
application to the Board in respect of each mine operated by him for a licence to engage in
the mining of coal (to be known as a " Mine Operator's Licence ") by delivering to the Board
at Victoria, signed and completed, the form of application prescribed in Schedule A, and with
each application the applicant shall remit a fee of one dollar ($1).
5. Every wholesaler of coal or coal-coke shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938, make
a separate application to the Board in respect of each wholesale outlet operated by him for
a licence to engage in the wholesaling of coal or coal-coke (to be known as a " Wholesale Coal
Dealer's Licence ") by delivering to the Board at Victoria, signed and completed, the form of REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938.    W 13
application prescribed in Schedule A, and with each application the applicant shall remit a
fee of one dollar ($1).
6. Every retailer of coal or coal-coke shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938, make a
separate application to the Board in respect of each retail outlet operated by him for a licence
to engage in the retailing of coal or coal-coke (to be known as a " Retail Coal Dealer's
Licence ") by delivering to the Board at Victoria, signed and completed, the form of application prescribed in Schedule A, and with each application the applicant shall remit a fee of
one dollar ($1).
7. Every refiner shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938, make a separate application
to the Board in respect of each refinery operated by him for a licence to engage in the refining
of petroleum products (to be known as a " Refiner's Licence ") by delivering to the Board at
Victoria, signed and completed, the form of application prescribed in Schedule A, and with
each application the applicant shall remit a fee of one dollar ($1).
8. Every wholesaler of petroleum products shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938,
make a separate application to the Board in respect of each wholesale outlet operated by him
for a licence to engage in the wholesaling of petroleum products (to be known as a " Petroleum
Wholesaler's Licence ") by delivering to the Board at Victoria, signed and completed, the form
of application prescribed in Schedule A, and with each application the applicant shall remit
a fee of one dollar ($1).
9. Every retailer of petroleum products shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938, make
a separate application to the Board for a licence to engage in the retailing of petroleum
products (to be known as a " Petroleum Retailer's Licence ") by delivering to the Board at
Victoria, signed and completed, the form of application prescribed in Schedule A, and with
each application the applicant shall remit a fee of one dollar ($1).
10. Where a person is required by this regulation to obtain more than one licence he shall
make a separate application for each licence required, and he shall remit the prescribed fee
with each application.
11. In issuing licences the Board shall use the form prescribed in Schedule B.
12. Every licensee shall post and keep posted the licence issued by the Board in a conspicuous place at the place of business in respect of which the licence is issued, and in the
case of licences required for mobile equipment the licensee shall cause the licence to be affixed
and kept affixed to such equipment in a conspicuous position.
13. Licences issued by the Board shall be in force and effective, unless cancelled or suspended, for a period of one year from date of issuance.
14. No person shall, after the fifteenth day of August, 1938, continue in or carry on any
class of business for which a licence is required by the Act or by any regulation made under
the Act unless he is a holder of a licence in respect thereof.
15. No person shall, after the fifteenth day of August, 1938, buy from or sell to any
person who is required by the Act or by any regulation made under the Act to possess a
licence, and who is not a holder of such licence, any product to which this regulation applies.
SCHEDULE A.
(Coat of Arms.)
Province of British Columbia.
" COAL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CONTROL BOARD ACT."
(1937, Chap. 8.)
Application for Licence.
(This form to be filled in only by those already engaged in business.)
I  (We)     —      , of ... _ 	
(Full name of applicant.) (Head office or place of business.)
do hereby apply for a licence to engage in the    in respect of.. —_  	
now being operated at   and do affirm that the information accompanying this application is correct to the best of my (our) knowledge.
Signed at ...this ______ ...day of-- —., 1938.
(Signature of applicant.) W 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
1. Full name of applicant 	
2. Name under which business is eonducted..
3. How long have you been in present business? .
4. How long have you been operating mine, refinery, wholesale outlet, or retail outlet in respect
of which licence is applied for? 	
5. State other business engaged in  (if any)    	
6. State whether doing business as a corporation, partnership, or individual 	
7. Location of business  	
8. If licence is required for retailing, state:—
(a.)   Form of retail outlet (see Regulation 1, section 1)	
(6.)   Number of gasoline pumps  	
(c.)  If service-station, garage, or pump, give legal description of site.-   	
(d.)  If mobile retail outlet, describe in detail.
9. If preparing coal or coal-coke for market indicate which of the following operations are carried
out by you:—
Screening  Washing  Weighing.— _. Sacking    Breaking-up	
10. Address to which communications should be forwarded   	
If a corporation—
11. Under what authority (jurisdiction) is the company incorporated?	
12. If the corporation is Extra-Provincial, state the name and address of its agent or attorney in
British Columbia	
13. State names and addresses of directors      :	
14. State name of manager      _ 	
// a partnership—
15. State where formed   _     	
16. State names and addresses of partners     	
If an individual—
17. State home address            	
18. Indicate which of the following products is handled or dealt in by the applicant at the place of
business in respect of which licence is applied for:—
Crude oil  Gasoline  Fuel-oil.   Diesel-oil ._  Lubrieating-oil	
Petroleum-coke  Coal  Coal-coke 	
SCHEDULE B.
(Coat of Arms.)
Province of British Columbia.
1 COAL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS  CONTROL BOARD ACT.!
Licence No.
Fee 	
This is to certify that, under the provisions of the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board
Act," is entitled to engage in the business of   	
located at  — _ _  from     to	
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this day of  , 1938.
COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD.
  , Secretary.
REGULATION 2.
A Regulation requiring Licence Applicants to make Statutory Declaration
if required by Board.
" Whereas it is necessary to ensure accurate and correct statements being made by applicants for licences under the Act:
" Be it Resolved, That any applicant or class of applicant for a licence under the ' Coal
and Petroleum Products Control Board Act' must, when so applying, make a statutory
declaration affirming the accuracy and correctness of statements made, if such a statutory
declaration is required of any applicant or any class of applicant by resolution of the Board." REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938. W 15
REGULATION 3.
A Regulation amending the Regulation establishing a System of
Licences for the Coal and Petroleum Industries.
(Approved September 24th, 1938.)
The regulation of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board made by Resolution No. 5, establishing a system of licences for the coal and petroleum industries, is amended as follows:—
(1.)   Section 9 of the said regulation is repealed and the following substituted therefor:—
" 9. Every retailer of petroleum products shall, before the fifteenth day of July, 1938,
make a separate application to the Board in respect of each retail outlet operated by him for
a licence to engage in the retailing of petroleum products (to be known as a ' Petroleum
Retailer's Licence ') by delivering to the Board at Victoria, signed and completed, the form
of application prescribed in Schedule A, and with each application the applicant shall remit
a fee of one dollar ($1)."
(2.) Section 15 of the said regulation is amended by striking out the word " person " in
the first line thereof, and substituting the word " licensee."
(3.)   The said regulation is amended by adding thereto, as section 16, the following:—
" 16. The Board may restrict any licence issued under this regulation to any one or more
of the products to which this regulation applies and may prescribe special conditions to be
observed by any licensee."
(4.) The said regulation is further amended by adding thereto, as section 17, the following :—
" 17. This regulation shall be known as ' Regulation 1, a Regulation establishing a System
of Licences for the Coal and Petroleum Industries.' "
REGULATION 4.
A Regulation amending Regulation 2.
Be it Resolved, That the regulation made by Resolution 43, requiring Licence Applicants
to make a statutory declaration if required by the Board, be known as " Regulation 2, a
Regulation requiring Licence Applicants to make Statutory Declaration if required by
Board "; and that this regulation shall be known as " Regulation 4, a Regulation amending
Regulation 2."
REGULATION 5.
A Regulation requiring Monthly Gallonage Returns.
Whereas section 9, subsection (/), of the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board
Act" provides that the Board shall have power, with the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council, to prescribe the returns and statements to be made by licensees for the information
of the Board:
And whereas the Board finds it necessary to obtain information regarding the amount of
gasoline sold at each different price and at each premises licensed for the wholesale or retail
sale of gasoline:
Be it Resolved, That a form similar to the blue form attached hereto be sent to each
person holding a subsisting Petroleum Wholesaler's Licence in respect of each wholesale
outlet operated by him; and that a form similar to the yellow form attached hereto be sent
to each person retailing gasoline and holding a subsisting Petroleum Retailer's Licence in
respect of each retail outlet operated by him:
And be it Resolved, That every person receiving one or more such forms shall accurately
complete each form received and return them to the offices of the Board, in Victoria, on or
before the eighth day of the month immediately succeeding the calendar month for which
the information is required:
And be it further Resolved, That a copy of this resolution and the appendices attached
hereto be forwarded to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. W 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
CONFIDENTIAL.
This form must be  completed and returned to the  Coal and Petroleum  Control Board,  Central
Building, Victoria, B.C., before October 8th, 1938.
Monthly Report on Gasoline Gallonage sold at Wholesale.
Sales for September, 1938.
1. Licence No.	
2. Name of licensed operator—	
(Surname.)
(First.)
(Second.)
3. Location of outlet        	
4. Mailing address  (if other than above)       	
5. Name of company whose products are handled      	
6. If a separate operation from the company whose products are handled give the price paid by you
for:—
(a.)   Ethyl gasoline ...  cents per gallon  (including tax).
(6.)  Regular gasoline  cents per gallon (including tax).
7. Fill in the following table.    If you are selling at more than one price, show the gallonage sold at
each price, including special discounts.    Show price in cents per gallon, including tax.
Ethyl.
Regular.
Price at which sold.
No. of Gallons sold.
Price at which sold.
No. of Gallons sold.
Total-  	
Total 	
This form is for wholesale sales.    A separate return must be made for retail sales.
Wholesale sales are sales- of gasoline for resale.    Gasoline  sold  direct to a  consumer is  NOT a
wholesale sale even though the price in certain cases may be less than the usual retail price.
A separate return must be made for each  outlet in respect of which a  Petroleum Wholesaler's
Licence has been issued.
CONFIDENTIAL.
This form  must  be  completed  and returned to  the  Coal and  Petroleum  Control Board,  Central
Building, Victoria, B.C., before October 8th, 1938.
Monthly Report on Gasoline Gallonage sold at Retail.
Sales for September, 1938.
1. Licence No.	
2. Name of licensed operator..
(First.)
(Second.)
(Surname.)
3. Location of outlet _     	
4. Mailing address   (if other than above) ._   	
5. Name of company whose products are handled    	
6. Price paid by you for:—
(a.)   Ethyl gasoline cents per gallon  (including tax).
(6.)   Regular gasoline cents per gallon (including tax).
7. Fill in the following table.    If you are selling at more than one price, show the gallonage sold at
each price, including special discounts.    Show price in cents per gallon, including tax.
Ethyl.
Regular.
Price at which sold.
No. of Gallons sold.
Price at which sold.
No. of Gallons sold.
Total	
Total  ,.„
This form is for retail sales.    A separate return must be made for wholesale sales.
Retail sales are sales to a consumer. A consumer is any person who purchases gasoline for his
own use—personal, commercial, industrial, or otherwise.    Do NOT include gasoline sold for RESALE.
A separate return must be made for each outlet in respect of which a Petroleum Retailer's Licence
has been issued. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938.
W 17
REGULATION 6.
A Regulation prescribing Monthly Returns for Coal Dealers.
1. Every person holding a subsisting Wholesale Coal Dealer's Licence issued by the
Board, who receives a form or forms similar to Form E attached hereto, shall fill in and
complete one such form in respect of each wholesale outlet operated by him.
2. Every person holding a subsisting Retail Coal Dealer's Licence issued by the Board,
and who receives a form or forms similar to Form F attached hereto, shall fill in and complete one such form in respect of each retail outlet operated by him.
3. Every person required by this regulation to fill in and complete a form similar to either
Form E or Form F attached hereto shall, in completing and filling in such form or forms,
follow all instructions printed on the said form or forms.
4. Every person required by this regulation to fill in and complete a form similar to either
Form E or Form F attached hereto shall return the same, filled in and completed, to the offices
of the Board, in Victoria, on or before the eighth day of the month immediately succeeding
the calendar month for which the information is required.
And be it further Resolved, That a copy of this resolution and the appendices attached
hereto be forwarded to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council.
Form E.
CONFIDENTIAL.
Wholesale.
This form must be completed and returned to the Coal and Petroleum Control Board, Central
Building, Victoria, B.C., before November 8th, 1938.
Monthly Report on Coal sold at Wholesale.
Sales for October, 1938.
1. Licence No	
2. Name of licensed operator  —     	
(Surname.) (First.) (Second.)
3. Location of outlet         	
Mailing address  (if other than above)
Fill in the following table.    If the coal bought is from a B.C. mine give the registered name as provided under the "Coal Sales Act";   if the coal is from a mine outside B.C., state the name of the
mlIle' COAL-PURCHASES.
Registered Name or Name
of Mine (see above).
Size (Lump, Nut, etc.),
Cost to You (per Ton).
No. of Tons bought.
Total
Fill in the following table. If the coal sold is from a B.C. mine or has been blended, give the registered name as provided under the "Coal Sales Act"; if the coal is from a mine outside of B.C.,
state the name of the mine.
When the coal sold is a blend of one or more coals, state in the second column the registered
names of the blended coals or the names of the mines from which the coals have been obtained.
Coal-sales.
Registered Name, etc.,
of Coal sold at
Wholesale.
If Blend, Registered
Names of Coals
blended.
Size (Lump, Nut,
etc.).
Price at which sold
(per Ton).
No. of Tons sold
at Wholesale.
Total
This form is for wholesale sales.    A separate return must be made for retail sales.
Wholesale sales are sales of coal for resale. Coal sold direct to a consumer is NOT a wholesale
sale even though the price in certain cases may be less than the usual retail price.
A separate return must be made for each outlet in respect of which a Wholesale Coal Dealer's
Licence has been issued. W 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Form F.                                                      (
This form must be completed and ret
Building, Victoria, B.C., before November 8
Monthly Rei
Sal
CONFIDENTIAL.                                                           Retail.
urned to  the  Coal  and  Petroleum  Control  Board,  Central
th, 1938.
ort on Coal sold at Eetail.
3S for October, 1938.
(Surname.)                               (First.)                               (Second.)
er than above ')____       	
5. Fill in the following table.    If the coal bought is from a B.C. mine give the registered name as provided under the " Coal Sales Act";   if the coal is from a mine outside B.C., state the name of the
mine.
Coal-purchases.
Registered Name or Name
of Mine (see above).
Size (Lump, Nut, etc.).
Cost to You (per Ton).
No. of Tons bought.
Total	
6. Fill in the following table.    If the coal sold is from a B.C. mine or has been blended, give the registered name as provided under the " Coal Sales Act ";   if the coal is from a mine outside of B.C.,
state the name of the mine.
When the coal sold is a blend of one or more coals, state in the second column the registered
names of the blended coals or the names of the mines from which the coals have been obtained.
Coal-sales.
Registered Name, etc.,
of Coal sold at
Retail.
If Blend, Registered
Names of Coals
blended.
Size (Lump, Nut,
etc.).
Price at which sold
(per Ton).
No. of Tons sold
at Retail.
Total	
■
, This form is for retail sales.    A separate return must be made for wholesale sales.
Retail sales are sales to a consumer.    A consumer is any person who purchases coal for his own
use—personal, commercial, industrial, or otherwise.    Do NOT include coal sold for resale.
A separate return must be made for each outlet in respect of which a Retail Coal Dealer's Licence
has been issued.
REGULATION 7.
(Regulation 7 was rescinded on the 14th day of January, 1939.)
Establishing Gasoline Prices and Grades and requiring Grade Posting.
1. There shall be established within the Province two grades of gasoline for use in automobile engines, namely, " Premium " and " Regular," in accordance with the standards set out
in Schedule A attached hereto.    No person shall, within the Province, sell or offer for sale for
use in an automobile engine any gasoline that is not either " Premium " or " Regular."
2. The Province shall be divided into fifteen price zones, numbered 1 to 15, inclusive, and
the areas contained in each zone shall be the areas described opposite the distinctive number
of such zone in Schedule B attached hereto.
• REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938.    W 19
3. No person shall sell or offer for sale " Regular " gasoline at a price per imperial gallon,
inclusive of all taxes, and of delivery service, and other charges, in excess of:—
25c.
n
Zone 1.
24c.
n
Zone 2.
26c.
m
Zone 3.
25c.
n
Zone 4.
26c.
n
Zone 5.
27c.
tn
Zone 6.
29c.
n
Zone 7.
30c.
n
Zone 8.
31c.
m
Zone 9.
32c.
n
Zone 10.
33c.
n
Zone 11.
31c.
n
Zone 12.
30c.
n
Zone 13.
29c.
n
Zone 14.
4. No person shall sell " Regular " gasoline in Zone 15 at a price per imperial gallon,
inclusive of all taxes, and of delivery, service, and other charges, in excess of:—
29c. at either of the following places:—
Stewart,
Arrandale.
31c. at any of the following places:—
Bridge River,
Shalalth,
Pemberton,
Lillooet,
Clinton,
Terrace.
32c. at any of the following places:—
100-Mile House,
Smithers,
Hazelton.
33c. at any of the following places:—
Williams Lake,
Prince George,
Vanderhoof,
Fraser Lake,
Burns Lake, _■
Dawson Creek,
Pouce Coupe.
34c. at Quesnel.
36c. at Fort St. James.
No person shall sell " Regular " gasoline at any other place within Zone 15 at a price per
imperial gallon, inclusive of all taxes, and of delivery, service, and other charges, in excess of
the price fixed by this regulation for the place where the wholesale outlet supplying such
person is situated, plus the actual cost of delivery from that wholesale outlet to that person.
5. No person shall sell " Premium " gasoline in any zone or at any place at more than two
cents in excess of the maximum price per imperial gallon, inclusive of all taxes, and of
delivery, service, and other charges, fixed by this regulation for " Regular " gasoline in such
zone or at such place.
6. Every person retailing gasoline for use in any automobile engine shall:—
(1.) Post or paint, in letters easily legible, on every pump, tank, or container from
which gasoline is dispensed to the consumer, the grade of gasoline contained in
such pump, tank, or container: W 20 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(2.) Mark or label all drums or other containers in which gasoline is stored for sale
or offered for sale, in letters and figures easily legible (1) the number of
imperial gallons contained therein, and (2) the grade of the gasoline contained
therein:
(3.) No person shall sell or offer for sale from any pump, tank, or container gasoline
that is not of the grade posted or painted on that pump, tank, or container.
7. Wherever in this regulation it is required that the grade of gasoline contained in any
pump, tank, drum, or container shall be marked, labelled, painted, or posted on such pump,
tank, drum, or container, the grade of gasoline marked, labelled, painted, or posted on such
pump, tank, drum, or container shall be in conformity with the standards set forth in
Schedule A, attached hereto, and shall be known by the names prescribed therein.
8. The schedules herein referred to shall be deemed to be part of this regulation, and
where mining divisions are referred to in Schedule B the same shall be the mining divisions
as described in The British Columbia Gazette on October 19th, 1936, and May 6th, 1937.
9. This regulation shall become effective on the twenty-sixth day of October, 1938.
SCHEDULE A.
Specifications for Gasoline.
1. All gasolines known as " Premium " or " Regular " shall meet the following tests:—
(a.) Appearance.—The gasoline shall be clear, i.e., free from undissolved water and suspended
matter.
(b.) Sulphur.—The total sulphur content shall not exceed 0.25 per cent, by weight. The test shall
be conducted in accordance with A.S.T.M. Procedure D-90.
(c.) Corrosion.—The fuel shall pass the test for corrosion in accordance with A.S.T.M. Procedure
D-130.
(...) Freezing-point (from October to March, inclusive).—The freezing-point of the fuel as indicated by the initial formation of solid matter shall not be higher than minus 36.6° C. (minus 30° F.).
The test shall be made by cooling the sample in a test-tube equipped with a suitable thermometer and
stirrer, and jacketed by a second test-tube, the whole being immersed in a carbon dioxide ether mixture.
(e.) Vapour-pressure.—The vapour-pressure of the fuel shall not exceed 10 lb. per square inch
from April to September, inclusive, and 13 lb. per square inch from October to March, inclusive. The
test shall be conducted in accordance with A.S.T.M. Procedure D-323, except that a vapour-pressure
1 lb. greater shall be permitted at the refinery or at delivery from railway tank-car.
(/.) Gum.—The increase in weight in the test according to A.S.T.M. Procedure D-381 shall be
limited to 15 mg. per 100 cc. Any increase in weight shall be considered as gum. In the case of gasolines stated to contain top-cylinder lubricant, allowance may be made for any increase in weight due
to the presence of such lubricant, at the discretion of the Board.
2. Gasoline offered for sale or sold as " Premium " gasoline shall meet, in addition to the requirements of section 1 hereof, the following test:—
Not less than 10% shall be recovered at 155° F.
Not less than 50% shall be recovered at 265° F.
Not less than 90% shall be recovered at 380° F.
and shall have an octane number not less than 78.
3. Gasoline offered for sale or sold as " Regular " gasoline shall have, in addition to the requirements of section 1 hereof, the same distillation range as " Premium " gasoline and shall have an octane
number of not less than 68.
4. (1.) The method of procedure to be used in making the above distillation tests for all grades is
that described in A.S.T.M. D-86.
(2.) The octane number in all cases is to be determined by the CFR motor method in accordance
with A.S.T.M. Procedure D-357.
(3.) All the tests shall be as set forth in the foregoing or by such methods as may, from time to
time, be prescribed by the National Research Council of Canada, unless otherwise prescribed by the
Board.
5. (1.) Gasoline meeting the requirements of sections 1 and 2 of this schedule shall be known as
" Premium " gasoline.
(2.) Gasoline meeting the requirements of sections 1 and 3, but not section 2, of this schedule shall
be known as " Regular " gasoline. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1938. W 21
SCHEDULE B.
Gasoline Price Zones.
Zone 1.—Nanaimo Mining Division south of an east and west line through the mouth of Qualicum
River; that portion of Victoria Mining Division east of the westerly boundary of the Esquimalt and
Nanaimo Railway Company's Land Grant and of a line drawn due south from the south-west corner of
said land grant.
Zone 2.—That portion of Vancouver Mining Division south of the northerly boundaries of the District Municipalities of North Vancouver and West Vancouver and east of the middle line of Queen
Charlotte Channel of Howe Sound and its production south-westerly; that portion of New Westminster Mining Division west of and including the District Municipalities of Langley, Surrey, and
Coquitlam, and City Municipality of Port Coquitlam, the easterly watershed of Indian Arm south of
an east and west line through the north-east corner of the District Municipality of North Vancouver,
together with all islands of the Fraser River in unorganized territory below the easterly boundary of
said Langley Municipality.
Zone S.—Victoria and Nanaimo Mining Divisions, except those portions in Zone 1; Vancouver
Mining Division, except that portion in Zone 2; Skeena Mining Division, except that portion within the
Skeena River watershed above and including the drainage basins of Zymagotitz River on the north and
Lakelse River on the south; together with Alberni, Clayoquot, Quatsino, Bella Coola, and Queen Charlotte Mining Divisions.
Zone 4-—That portion of New Westminster Mining Division lying to the west of the easterly
boundary of the District Municipality of Sumas, the westerly and north-westerly boundaries of the
District Municipality of Chilliwhack, the southerly production of and the middle line of Harrison River,
the westerly boundary of the watershed of Chehalis River, south of an east and west line through the
northerly boundaries of the District Municipalities of Mission and Maple Ridge, and east of the area
described in Zone 2.
Zone 5.—That portion of New Westminster Mining Division, excepting areas described in Zones 2
and 4, and also excepting the drainage basin of the Fraser River on the south side, above and including
Wahleach Creek.
Zone 6.—That portion of New Westminster Mining Division within the drainage basin of the
Fraser River on the south side, above and including Wahleach Creek; Yale Mining Division, except
that portion east of the Fraser River, north of an east and west line through the mouth of Anderson
Creek.
Zone 7.—That portion of Yale Mining Division east of the Fraser River, north of an east and west
line through the mouth of Anderson Creek; that portion of Ashcroft Mining Division east of the
Fraser River and south of an east and west line through the mouth of Sakum Creek and south of
Nicola River.
Zone 8.—Nicola and Similkameen Mining Divisions; Ashcroft Mining Division, except that portion
described in Zone 7; that portion of Kamloops Mining Division south of the 51st parallel of latitude
and west of the 120th meridian of longitude.
Zone 9.—Osoyoos, Vernon, Revelstoke, Lardeau, Golden, and Windermere Mining Divisions; and
that portion of Kamloops Mining Division south of the 51st parallel of latitude and east of the 120th
meridian of longitude.
Zone 10.—Greenwood, Grand Forks, Trail Creek, and Slocan City Mining Divisions; Nelson Mining
Division, excepting that part east of Kootenay Lake and Kootenay River flowing thereinto, south of the
watershed of Sanca Creek; that part of Ainsworth Mining Division east of Kootenay Lake, south of
an east and west line through the mouth of Hendryx Creek.
Zone 11.—Arrow Lake and Slocan Mining Divisions; Ainsworth Mining Division, excepting that
part east of Kootenay Lake, south of an east and west line through the mouth of Hendryx Creek.
Zone 12.—That portion of Nelson Mining Division east of Kootenay Lake and Kootenay River
flowing thereinto, south of the watershed of Sanca Creek.
Zone IS.—That portion of Fort Steele Mining Division lying to the west and north of the westerly
boundary of the watershed of Gold Creek, an east and west line through the south-east corner of Lot
2374, Kootenay Land District, and the westerly boundary of the watershed of Elk River.
Zone H.—That portion of Fort Steele Mining Division lying to the east and south of the westerly
boundary of the watershed of Gold Creek, an east and west line through the south-east corner of Lot
2374, Kootenay Land District, and the westerly boundary of the watershed of Elk River.
Zone 15.—All that portion of the Province not hereinbefore described. W 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
REGULATION 8.
Amending Regulation 1.
(Approved November 18th, 1938.)
1. Section 1 of Regulation 1 of the CoaLand Petroleum Control Board is amended by
inserting after the words " any office, sub-office, place," in the definition of " wholesale outlet,"
the word " property."
2. The said regulation is further amended by repealing Schedule A thereof, and substituting the following therefor:—
SCHEDULE A.
(Coat of Arms.)
Province of British Columbia.
" COAL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CONTROL BOARD ACT."
(1937, Chap. 8.)
Application for Licence.
(This form to be filled in only by those already engaged in the business at the
premises for which this application is made.)
I  (We)   , of..
(Full name of applicant.) (Head office or place of business.)
do hereby apply for a licence to engage in the ._... at  and do
affirm that the information accompanying this application is correct to the best of my (our) knowledge.
Signed at     this... day of   , 1938.
(Signature of applicant.)
1. Full name of applicant  	
2. Address to which communications should be forwarded.
3. Name under which business is conducted	
4. Date when you commenced operating mine, refinery, wholesale outlet, or retail outlet for which
licence application is made    	
5. Location of such operation  _ 	
6. Indicate which of the following products is handled or dealt in by you at the place of business
for which licence application is made:—
Crude oil   Gasoline   Fuel-oil-   Diesel-oil-— _  Lubricating-oil	
Petroleum-coke _   Coal  Coal-coke	
7. Name of company whose products you handle.   	
8. If preparing coal or coal-coke for market, indicate which of the following operations are carried
out by you:—
Screening   Washing ___  Weighing    Sacking  Breaking-up	
9. Other business engaged in or other employment (if any)  	
10. If service-station, garage, or pump, give legal description of site	
11. If retailing gasoline give number of pumps	
12. If mobile retail outlet describe    	
13. State whether doing business as a corporation, partnership, or individual	
// a corporation—
14. Under what authority (jurisdiction) is the company incorporated?..
15. If the corporation is Extra-Provincial, state the name and address of its agent or attorney in
British Columbia _ _   	
16. Name of B.C. manager        _
// a partnership—
17. Names and addresses of partners  	
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to Hie King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1939.
825-939-1629 112°
COAL
AND
59
PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
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