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 "GOVERNMENT LIOUOE ACT"
TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
Liquor Control Board
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE   PERIOD
APRIL   1ST, 1941, TO  MARCH   31ST, 1942
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1942.  .
To His Honour W. C. Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control
Board for the year ended March 31st, 1942.
R. L. MAITLAND,
Attorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., September, 1942- Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., August 27th, 1942.
The Honourable R. L. Maitland, K.C.,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Twenty-first Annual Report of
the Liquor Control Board for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1942.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. F. KENNEDY,
Chairman. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
The Liquor Control Board presents the Twenty-first Annual Report covering operations from April 1st, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.
The accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required by
section 120 of the " Government Liquor Act," and the statistical data as required by
section 115 are shown in the Appendices as follows:—
APPENDIX A.—ACCOUNTS.
Balance-sheet ] Statement of Accounts for the periods April
Trading Account \>        1st, 1941, to September 30th, 1941, and
Profit and Loss Account J October 1st, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.
APPENDIX B.—LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1st, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.
APPENDIX C—ADMINISTRATION.
Regulations and Amendments thereto.
Amendments and Additions to Price-lists.
Statement of Premises owned, leased, and rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.
Chart illustrating by Electoral Districts the Sale of Liquor and the Administration
of the " Government Liquor Act."
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES, WAREHOUSES, AND
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES.
During the year it was deemed advisable to make changes in regard to certain
Government Liquor Stores.
Effective as of September 8th, 1941, the night stores situate at 822-826 Hornby
Street, Vancouver, were closed and operated instead at 869-871 Beatty Street,
Vancouver.
Qn March 1st, 1942, it was considered to be in the public interest to close the
night stores entirely, and, except on Saturdays, all stores in the City of Vancouver
close at 6 p.m.
On November 1st, 1941, the Board established a Government Liquor Store in the
town of Zeballos, and purchased a site and building thereon suitable for the purpose.
On March 21st, 1942, the Government Liquor Store at Field was closed.
STAFF.
The number of employees on the permanent staff of the Liquor Control Board as at
March 31st, 1942, is 286, being 270 males and 16 females.
During the period under review, eight employees were retired and placed on superannuation in accordance with the provisions of the Superannuation Scheme.
The increase in the population and additional employment in connection with war-
work has resulted in a large amount of money being in circulation, with a consequent
increase in the volume of sales. The absence of a number of employees on active
service as well as labour shortage has required the staffs at certain Government Liquor
Stores to carry on under abnormal conditions and the Board wishes to record its N 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
recognition of same, and also its appreciation of the co-operation which has been given
by all members of the staff during the period under review.
STOCKS.
The value of the stocks of liquor on hand as at March 31st, 1942, amounted to
$1,730,563.40, being an increase of $466,533.26.
The importation of Scotch whisky and gins from Great Britain has been restricted
and is on a quota basis. However, satisfactory stocks were maintained to meet the
demand, although it was not always possible to guarantee specific brands. There were
many problems in regard to the purchase and importation of liquor from overseas,
and such problems as currency, quotas, and shipping difficulties had to be overcome,
with the result that the inventories are larger than in the previous year.
SALES.
The total sales of $20,969,955.14 show an increase over the previous period of
$3,379,702.39.
For comparative purposes classification of sales is given hereunder for the fiscal
years ended March 31st, 1941, and March 31st, 1942 :—
Comparative Classification of Sales.
Wines and Spirits— Year 1941-42. Year 1940.41.
Spirits: Rye Whisky, Bourbon Whisky,
Scotch    Whisky,    Irish    Whisky,
Brandy, Gin, Rum, Alcohol $11,214,026.50     $9,458,909.06
Liqueurs, Cocktails, Vermouth, Bitters        111,540.55 113,981.90
$11,325,567.05     $9,572,890.96
Port, Sherry, and Still Burgundy         $92,055.83        $106,624.50
Champagnes and Sparkling Wines  14,740.05 30,175.01
Clarets and Sauternes  6,138.85 12,081.60
$112,934.73        $148,881.11
British Empire Wines—
British Columbia   $669,788.39 $586,133.47
Australian   ... 167,347.57 135,209.03
Ontario    11,577.10 8,191.80
South African   86,939.40 88,834.84
$935,652.46        $818,369.14
Oriental Liquors          $69,620.50        $170,121.13
Malt Liquors—
British Columbia Beer, Ale, and Stout—
To Licensees   $5,120,172.90 $4,442,234.30
To Permit-holders   3,250,945.30 2,311,328.21
Eastern Canadian Beer and Ale  65,919.95 34,841.95
Great Britain and Ireland Ale and Stout 89,142.25 91,585.95
,526,180.40     $6,879,990.41
Totals . $20,969,955.14   $17,590,252.75 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42. N 7
DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX.
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period
under review amounted to $3,648,993.50, the details of which are as follows, and for
convenience a comparison is shown with the duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the
Federal Government during the fiscal year immediately preceding the period under
review :  Fiscal Year 1942.     Fiscal Year 1941.
Duty  $1,673,749.27   $1,854,272.84
Excise     1,450,512.41        826,243.50
Sales tax        524,731.82        433,921.38
$3,648,993.50   $3,114,437.72
The figures quoted do not represent the duty, excise, and sales tax on merchandise
sold during the period under review, but only that paid by the Liquor Control Board
on goods that were cleared through the Customs and Excise Departments during the
said period.
The above total does not include taxes paid direct to the Federal Government by
brewers in connection with beer manufactured in Canada, by Canadian Wineries covering wine produced, and also liquor purchased by the Board duty paid, the latter being
paid direct by the distillers.
INSURANCE.
I
Fire.
No loss of any of the Board's property was occasioned by fire.
Burglaries.
The following Government Liquor Stores were subject to burglaries or attempted
burglaries during the period under review:— Value, including Cash,
Goods stolen, and
1941. Store. Equipment damaged.
June 9 Hope  $108.00
Dec. 13 . Zeballos (attempted)       Nil
1942.
Jan. 15 Parksville     203.91
The above claims were settled in full by the insurance company without loss to the
Board.
War Risk.
During the year under review there were no losses that could be directly attributed
to enemy action.
PERMITS.
A detailed statement showing the sale of each variety of permit sold is shown in
Appendix C.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 119 of the " Government Liquor Act " the
revenue derived from the sale of permits was transmitted to the Honourable the Minister of Finance, to be accounted for as part of the general revenue of the Province,
and amounted to $65,419.50, being an increase of $5,402.25 over the previous period.
The total number of permits of all varieties issued by the Board during the period
was 252,869.
Seventy-nine Club Pool Permits were issued, pursuant to the provisions of Regulation No. 22 of the Liquor Control Board, to the holders of Club Licences issued under
section 26 of the " Government Liquor Act." N 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
LICENCES.
SUMMARY.
The following summary indicates the number of licences issued and licences transferred during the period under review:—
Licences
ISSUED.
Issued after
March 31st, 1941,
for 1941 Calendar
Year only.
Total issued
during Period
for 1942
Calendar Year.
Total issued
during Fiscal
Year.
1
5
•
385
78
26
10
3
386
83
26
Brewers' licences     — 	
10
3
Totals -    	
6
502
508
Licences transferred.
Issued after
March 31st, 1941,
for 1941 Calendar
Year only.
Total issued
during Period
for 1942
Calendar Year.
Total issued
during Fiscal
Year.
31
Nil
1
7
Nil
NU
38
Nil
1
Totals        __	
32
7
39
LICENCES SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED.
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review was
as follows :  Surrendered
Suspended. or cancelled.
Beer licences - 6 1
Club licences     2 3
Veterans' club licences      1
PLEBISCITES.
The Provincial Government has determined a policy of not holding any plebiscites
under the " Liquor-control Plebiscites Act " during the war period; in consequence of
which there were no plebiscites under this Statute during the period under review.
CANCELLATION OF INDIVIDUAL LIQUOR PERMITS.
(Section 18.)
Seventy-three Individual Liquor Permits were cancelled under section 18 of the
" Government Liquor Act " during the period.
TAXATION PROVISIONS.
No tax was collected under section 68 of the " Government Liquor Act" during
the period under review.
INTERDICTION.
Two hundred and fourteen orders of interdiction were made pursuant to the
provisions of section 70 of the " Government Liquor Act," being an increase of fifty
over the previous period. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42. N 9
One hundred and twelve orders of revocation of orders of interdiction were made
pursuant to the provisions of section 72 of the " Government Liquor Act."
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported to the
Board under section 125 of the " Government Liquor Act."
Destruction of liquor forfeited to the Crown and held by the Liquor Control Board
was authorized by the following Orders in Council:—
Order in Council. Approved.
No. 802 June 6th, 1941.
No. 1548 November 10th, 1941.
No.  91 January 23rd, 1942.
No. 342 March 23rd, 1942.
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT.
The following is an analysis of inspections made by Inspectors of the Liquor
Control Board during the period:—
Premises covered by beer licences  3,068
Premises covered by club licences      356
Premises covered by veterans' club licences        82
General enforcement of " Government Liquor Act "      452
The Board wishes to record its appreciation of the close co-operation of all Provincial, municipal, and Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers during the period under
review.
ACCOUNTING.
Appendix A contains the financial statements for the six-monthly periods ended
September 30th, 1941, and March 31st, 1942, as required by the Statute. However, for
convenience, a consolidation of the Trading and Profit and Loss Accounts for the fiscal
year 1941-42 has been compiled as follows:— N 10
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N 11
DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS.
The distribution of the profits for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1942, was as
follows:—
Period.
Net Profits.
Reserve.
Amount.
0.C No.
Revenue.
April 1st to September 30th, 1941....	
October 1st, 1941, to March 31st, 1942           	
$2,489,469.06
3,373,554.58
$10.00
10.00
1652/41
907/42
$2,489,459.06
3,373,544.58
Totals	
$5,863,023.64
$20.00
$5,863,003.64 N 12
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank      _      $21,998.84
In transit to Provincial Treasury   _ _       332,607.80
In Provincial Treasury        1,616,776.99
—  $1,971,383.63
134,040.00
  -.... 1,893,397.91
    7,589.79
   71.76
_  46,165.00
  93,451.92
   4,541.42
._  1,900.50
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC..
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY    	
ADVANCE PAYMENTS FOR MERCHANDISE    	
ACCOUNTS   RECEIVABLE	
REAL ESTATE   (LAND)       _	
BUILDINGS   (LESS DEPRECIATION)   .
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance       	
Guarantee bonds     „	
Retirement allowance contributions 	
$16,379.25
1,116.23
14,484.78
31,980.26
$4,184,522.19
W. F. KENNEDY,
Chairman.
F. D. CAMPBELL,
Chief Accountant. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 13
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1941.
ACCOUNTS  PAYABLE
LIABILITIES.
BUILDINGS INSTALMENT PURCHASE ACCOUNT
RESERVE  FUND _ _  	
$569,793.13
75,000.00
1,050,260.00
$1,695,053.13
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT  (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)     -... _ ,     2,489,469.06
$4,184,522.19
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the-six months ended 30th September, 1941, have
been examined under my direction, and that in my opinion the above Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to
exhibit a true and accurate statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
J. A. CRAIG, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., 1st December, 1941. N 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TO STOCK ON HAND MARCH 31st, 1941
„    MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED  _	
„    OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES:
Salaries and  wages  	
Rents   -	
Insurance    -
Telegraph and telephone
Light, water, and fuel ....
Depreciation   	
Sundries    	
VENDORS:
Salaries  and  wages  	
Rents      ...,.	
Insurance     	
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
_     _. $1,264,030.14
       7,435,924.48
$51,294.13
6,373.75
4,642.48
528.10
1,151.76
3,545.57
7,313.63
$74,849.42
Telegraph and telephone	
Light, water, and fuel 	
Depreciation    	
Sundries   (including alterations)
$179,701.28
30,906.43
3,825.33
2,165.25
4,071.41
3,274.55
17,116.42
241,060.67
HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
Administrative salaries  —-       —     $36,302.1
Travelling expenses   —
Rents     :... 	
Telegraph   and  telephone
Light,  water, and fuel —
Printing and  stationery  ..
Postage and express 	
Bank  charges    	
Guarantee  bonds   	
Employees' group  insurance
Retirement allowance contributions
Retirement  grants     	
Depreciation     	
Sundries  _ .'.—	
2,555.58
1,620.00
1,544.31
100.00
13,858.68
4,303.52
370.77
328.96
4,062.54
13,187.83
1,120.27
540.16
570.27
315,910.09
BALANCE CARRIED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
80,465.57
2,517,741.95
$11,614,072.23 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 15
APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1941.
BY SALES   TO   PERMIT-HOLDERS      	
„    SALES TO BEER LICENSEES __ 	
OTHER INCOME:
Interest   	
Rents ...
Storage   	
Miscellaneous   .
$6,940,678.28
2,768,017.60
$214.10
7,455.10
2,996.60
1,312.64
1,708,695.1
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY
11,978.44
1,893,397.91
$11,614,072.23 N 16 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES  $28,465.79
„    MAINTENANCE  OF  PRISONERS       975.10
$29,440.89
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1941        2,489,469.06
$2,518,909.95
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND    $10.00
„    CONSOLIDATED REVENUE ....   _     2,836,517.03
    $2,836,527.03
„    BALANCE  CARRIED   TO  BALANCE-SHEET           2,489,469.06
$5,325,996.09 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42. N 17
PERIOD APRIL 1ST TO SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1941.
BY BALANCE  FROM  TRADING ACCOUNT       $2,517,741.95
„    CLUB   LICENCES     _  $600.00
„    BEER  LICENCES        ...:      133.00
„    LICENCE TRANSFER FEES     535.00
  1,168.00
$2,518,909.95
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE  BROUGHT  FORWARD        $2,836,527.03
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1941 ......      2,489,469.06
$5,325,996.09 N 18
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
$1,250.89
...     298,950.74
2,711,529.43
$3,011,731.06
137.410.00
1,730,563.40
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC.
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY                                 : 	
ADVANCE  PAYMENTS FOR  MERCHANDISE                        	
25,166.70
REAL ESTATE   (LAND)            	
46,165.00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)                                                           	
89,016.94
EQUIPMENT   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)       	
5,698.56
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)               	
1,429.74
DEFERRED CHARGES:
$17,571.64
          759.07
       4,656.64
22,987.35
$5,070,168.75
W. F. KENNEDY,
Chairman.
F. D. CAMPBELL,
Chief Accountant. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 19
MARCH 31ST, 1942.
LIABILITIES
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE    '. 	
BUILDINGS INSTALMENT PURCHASE ACCOUNT
RESERVE   FUND
,614.17
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED  PROFITS)     _      3,373,554.58
$5,070,168.75
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended 31st March, 1942, have been
examined under my direction, and that in my opinion the above Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to exhibit
a true and accurate statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
J. A. CRAIG, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., 2nd July, 191,2. N 20 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO STOCK ON HAND SEPTEMBER 30th,  1941        $1,893,397.91
„   MERCHANDISE   PURCHASED           7,419,446.24
„   OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES:
Salaries and wages        $54,966.22
Rents   ._         6,325.00
Insurance              4,672.53
Telegraph and telephone  ... 652.90
Light, water, and fuel ..._         1,994.79
Depreciation           3,633.70
Sundries              6,364.23
VENDORS:
Salaries and wages     _.  $202,148.36
Rents         31,362.60
$78,609.37
Insurance    _ -  3,972.45
Telegraph and telephone   _-.   2,190.69
Light, water, and fuel   9,808.98
Depreciation      3,345.60
Sundries   (including alterations)   11,616.85
  264,445.53
HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES:
Administrative  salaries     $36,275.54
Travelling expenses        .1,788.35
Rents          - -     1,620.00
Telegraph and telephone     1,338.90
Light, water, and fuel     100.00
Printing and stationery          16,524.06
Postage and express     -   4,110.39
Bank charges    ,  .--   221.65
Guarantee bonds   _   328.96
Employees' group insurance        3,463.46
Retirement allowance contributions      13,605.34
Retirement grants       862.00
Depreciation        373.26
Sundries              1,109.92
343,054.90
81,721.83
BALANCE CARRIED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT       3,266,491.18
$13,004,112.06 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 21
OCTOBER 1st, 1941, TO MARCH 31st, 1942.
BY  SALES TO  PERMIT-HOLDERS    ......	
$8,909,103.96
„    SALES TO  BEER  LICENSEES    :...    2,352,165.30
$11,261,259.26
OTHER INCOME:
Interest   	
Rents	
Storage    	
$169.33
7,455.10
3,767.54
12,289.40
1,730,563.40
$13,004,112.06 N 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES   $27,781.93
„   MAINTENANCE   OF  PRISONERS              1,129.76
        $28,911.69
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1942 _        3,373,554.58
$3,402,466.27
APPROPRIATION
TO  RESERVE   FUND           $10.00
„   CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE          2,489,469.06
  $2,489,479.06
„   BALANCE   CARRIED   TO   BALANCE-SHEET ._        3,373,554.58
$5,863,033.64 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42. N 23
PERIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1941, TO MARCH 31ST, 1942.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT          $3,266,491.18
CLUB   LICENCES        $15,260.00
BEER  LICENCES    '.  105,562.00
BREWERS'  LICENCES          7,224.15
DISTILLERS'   LICENCES     ...'  :       7.503.94
LICENCE TRANSFER FEES     425.00
$3,402,466.27
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD ....     -_ _.._..   $2,489,479.06
„    NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1942 _     3,373,554.58
$5,863,033.64 N 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor
Act,'
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
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Improper use of permit (allowing another
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$50.00
$50.00
Section 28.
Infraction   of   Regulation   No.   28    (beer
3
1
1
1
50.00
50.00
Section 29.
101
33
12
22
34
10,500.00
10,500.00
Keeping or exposing liquor for sale  ]
Section 33.
Purchasing or attempting to purchase 1
liquor     \-
13
9
1
3
150.00
150.00
Taking liquor for consideration   J
Section 36.
Possession of unsealed liquor 	
Section 38.
4
2
2
160.00
150.00
3
3
Section 39.
52
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2
11
30
1,500.00
1,500.00
Section Jf0.
Drunk in a public place 	
3,219
1,458
28
973
496
294
12,930.00
$3,785.00
16,715.00
Section hi.
Sale by licensee to person under influence
1
1
Section bi
33
16
7
6
4
1,200.00
1,200.00
section 1,3.
Disqualified persons  (Indian  Act)   unlaw
fully   upon    premises    of    Government
Liquor Store   	
10
1
3
6
325.00
325.00
Section Jf5.
Supplying liquor to an interdicted person
12
4
1
7
..... REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 25
APPENDIX
Summary of Prosecutions under the
B—Continued.
' Government Liquor Act "—Continued.
DlSPOSITION.
Description of Offence.
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Interdicted person upon premises of Gov-
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$50.00
Section h8.
2
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Section U9.
Permitting drunkenness "j
4
1
3
150.00
150.00
Section 50.
Keeping or consuming liquor in any part
of an inn other than a private guest-
3
1
2
175.00
175.00
Section 52.
Keeping or having liquor on premises of
person   engaged   in   selling   non-intoxi-
3
3
325.00
325.00
Section 53.
Keeping of liquor in a restaurant 	
Section 55.
85
34
3
4
44
2,350.00
2,350.00
1
.
1
50.00
50.00
Section 70.
Liquor in possession of interdicted person...
Section 86.
8
2
4
2
350.00
350.00
Interdicted   person   refusing   information
3
2
1
50.00
50.00
Section 87.
Intoxicated  person   refusing  to  give  evi-
1
1
......
3,593
1,568
54
1,043
634
294
$30,355.00
$3,785.00
$34,140.00 N 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 125).
Section 12.—Improper Use of Permit (allowing Another Person to use Same).
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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$50.00
Section 28.—Infraction of Regulation No. 28 (Beer Licences).
1 1
2 j
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$50.00
$50.00
1 |   ... |         1   | ...... | ......
3 1
1 1 -
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$50.00
$50.00
Section 29.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;  giving Liquor for Consideration;
keeping or exposing Liquor for Sale.
Atlin                      	
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
11
1
2
2
1
3
1
11
47
6
1
5
27
3
1
2
2
1
3
5
1
1
3
8
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
2
9
2
$300.00
700.00
300.00
400.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
$300.00
700.00
Chilliwack:
300.00
Comox:
400.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
300.00
300.00
Delta:
300.00
Dewdney:
300.00
Fernie:
City of Fernie  	
300.00
1,200.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
Kamloops:
1,200.00
300.00
Nelson-Creston:
North Okanagan:
Prince Rupert:
300.00
300.00
600.00
2,800.00
600.00
300 00
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail  	
300.00
Similkameen:
600.00
2,800.00
600 00
Vancouver  '	
Victoria         	
Totals.. - -	
101
33
12
22
34
$10,500.00
$10,500.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 27
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 33.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor;   taking Liquor for
Consideration.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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1
1
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$50.00
50.00
50.00
$50.00
North Okanagan:
50.00
50.00
Totals _____ _ _ 	
13
9
1
3
$150.00
$150.00
Section 36.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor.
Alberni:
1
2
1
2
1
1
$50.00
$50.00
Fort George:
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Prince Rupert:
100.00
100.00
Totals     -	
4
2
2
$150.00
$150.00
	
Section 38.—Purchase of Liquor under Fictitious Name.
Fort George:
2  |
1  |   	
2
1
Similkameen:
Totals
3 |
3
Section 39.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Alberni:
1  |
1  |          1
1  [          1
3  |
1 |
2 |
1 |
2 |
2  |
1  |
1  |
1
2
1
3
2
1
2
1
1
$50.00
	
$50.00
Chilliwack:
Comox:
150.00
150.00
Cowiehan-Neweastle:
Cranbrook:
100.00
50.00
100.00
Delta:
50.00
Dewdney:
100.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
Fort George:
50.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
50.00 N 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 39.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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City of Kamloops     	
3
1
2
5
4
1
3
2
3
1
3
1
1
1
5
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
1
2
2
$100.00
100.00
250.00
50.00
100.00
$100.00
ioo.oo
250.00
North Okanagan:
50.00
Nopth Vancouver:
Municipality of North Vancouver	
100.00
100.00
	
100.00
Rossland-Trail:                               •
City of Trail,	
1
    1       2
100.00
100.00
50.00
100.00
Similkameen :
1
1
2
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100.00
South Okanagan:   »
50.00
       1       1
.... | ........ i .....
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    1	
Totals  --	
52   1          9   1     2   t        11
30  1 ......
$1,500.00
$1,500.00
Section 40.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Alberni:
13
3
10
8
24
24
5
6
11
1
2
12
18
13
4
4
3
34
10
4
4
1
3
1
3
4
8
2
4
4
2
2
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
14
7
1
1
3
1
1
17
4
2
10
2
4
4
6
8
2
4
1
1
12
14
10
4
4
2
16
6
2
4
1
3
1
$250.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
$250.00
50.00
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100.00
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Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack ... .—	
225.00
50.00
$50.00
275.00
50 00
115.00
25.00
25.00
325.00
350.00
275.00
100.00
100.00
75.00
■400.00
150.00
50.00
100.00
25.00
75.00
115.00
Columbia ...  	
Comox:
City of Cumberland  	
25.00
25.00
325 00
350.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
275.00
City of Ladysmith .      	
Municipality of North Cowichan . 	
100.00
100.00
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook   	
400.00
Delta:
Municipality of Richmond	
25.00
Municipality of Delta  	
75.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 29
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police;—Continued.
Section 40.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Dewdney:
5
8
1
5
6
11
6
20
10
1
86
15
1
8
21
10
17
6
87
5
13
20
1
5
2
7
244
1
5
13
2
6
4
2
8
25
27
25
8
1
2
1
1
10
1
6
1
23
2
4
9
3
18
3
1
1
11
4
5
2
1
[
1
3
1
3
2
1
2
2
1
1
4
2
1
6
4
77
6
2
3
1
3
1
9
1
2
1
149
2
2
2
1
9
7
4
1
1
3
6
4
2
8
4
4
6
2
9
1
6
17
9
14
1    5
17.
2
8
9
1
4
2
3
74
1
5
8
2
3
2
2
6
3
16
15
5
2
1   .
35
1
1
$85.00
150.00
$85.00
150.00
100.00
50.00
200.00
125.00
125.00
175.00
100.00
Esquimalt:
50.00
Fernie:
200.00
125.00
Fort George:
125.00
175.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
Kamloops:
75.00
225.00
25.00
150.00
445.00
240.00
350.00
125.00
425.00
50.00
200.00
225.00
25.00
75.00
50.00
75.00
1,875.00
25.00
150.00
210.00
60.00
110.00
50.00
50.00
150.00
100.00
425.00
425.00
125.00
75.00
225.00
Kaslo-Slocan:
25.00
150.00
Mackenzie   _..._	
Nanaimo-Islands :
445.00
240.00
Nelson-Creston:
350.00
125.00
$875.00
1,300.00
North Okanagan :
50.00
City of Vernon  	
North Vancouver:
200.00
225.00
25.00
Municipality of West Vancouver 	
25.00
100.00
50.00
75.00
Prince Rupert:
1,875.00
Revelstoke   	
Rossland-Trail:
25.00
150.00
City of Trail                 ..._             	
210.00
50.00
110.00
Saanich  _ —  -	
Salmon Arm:
50.00
50.00
150.00
Similkameen :
100.00
425.00
425.00
South Okanagan:
125.00
60.00  1     	
50.00
1
| N 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 40.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
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Vancouver	
Victoria .	
Yale	
Totals
2,111
164
7
1,316
1
11  |     505
2   |      100
...  | 1
241
16
$950.00
1,225.00
75.00
$2,410.00
425.00
3,249
1,458     28  j     973     496     294
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$12,930.00
$3,360.00
1,650.00
75.00
$3,785.00      $16,715.00
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Section 41-—Sale by Licensee to Person under Influence of Liquor.
Fort George:
Balance of District..
Section 42.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
Chilliwack:
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
4
2
1
1
1
6
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
$300.00
$300.00
Comox:
Cranbrook:
	
Esquimalt:
Fort George:
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
300.00
300 00
Nanaimo-Islands:
	
North Okanagan:
North Vancouver:
City of North Vancouver  	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Rossland-Trail:
Salmon Arm:
City of Salmon Arm . 	
Similkameen:
South Okanagan:
City of Kelowna   	
Vancouver	
600.00
600 00
Totals 	
33
16
7
6
4
$1,200.00
$1,200.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 31
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 4.3.—Disqualified Persons (Indian Act) unlawfully upon Premises of
Government Liquor Store.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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2
3
1
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1
2
1
$100.00
$100.00
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack   	
Comox:
50.00
50.00
Prince Rupert:
125.00
50.00
125.00
Yale
50.00
Totals _ _	
10
1
....  |         3
1
6
$325.00
$325.00
Section 45.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
......
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack	
Fort George:
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
Kamloops:
Nelson-Creston:
Prince Rupert:
Salmon Arm:
Totals              	
12   1          4
11             7   1   	
I     	
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Section Jf.6.—Interdicted Person upon Premises of Government Liquor Store.
Dewdney:
Balance of District..
11
$50.00  !
$50.00
Section 48.—Improper Use of Permits.
Chilliwack:
City of Chilliwack .
I N 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 49-—Permitting Drunkenness;  giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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Chilliwack:
50.00
50.00
50.00
Salmon Arm:
50.00
Totals    -	
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1
3
$150.00 |    ..-	
1
$150.00
Section 50.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other
than a Private Guest-room.
Section 52.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises or Person engaged in
selling Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Section 53.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant.
Fernie:
1
2
1
2
Kamloops:
$175.00
$175.00
Totals....  	
3
1
2
$175.00
  |       $175.00
1
Alberni:
1
1
1
1
1
1
I
1
$200.00	
75.00  |
$200.00
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail                            	
50.00   |      	
50.00
Totals           	
3
3
$325.00   [
$325.00
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1
1
2
1
2
1
1
3
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
2
$50.00
50.00
100.00
150.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
Comox:
50 00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
Cranbrook:
150.00
Delta:
100 00
Esquimalt:
50.00
50.00
100.00
Fernie:
Kamloops:
Lillooet -...	
Nanaimo:
City of Nanaimo	
. REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 33
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 53.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant—'Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
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£ ai
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01  _
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6
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27
14
2
1
5
2
1
19
1
1
1
2
i
3
3
1
2
1
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8
11
$50.00
150.00
175.00
50.00.
$50.00
North Okanagan:
150.00
North Vancouver:
175.00
50.00
Prince Rupert:
Revelstoke:
100.00
75.00
50.00
450.00
550.00
100.00
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail
	
75.00
Skeena  	
50.00
450.00
550.00
Totals  -	
85
34
3
4
44
$2,350.00
$2,350.00
Section 55.—Unlawfully acting as Agent.
$50.00
$50.00
Section 70.—Liquor in Possession of an Interdicted Person.
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
$300.00
$300.00
Dewdney:
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
50.00
Kamloops:
50.00
--   1          2
Totals   	
8
2
4
2
S350.00
$350.00
Section 86.—Interdicted Person refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
Esquimalt:
1
1
1
1
1
1
j
$50.00        	
$50.00
Rossland-Trail:
1
   1
Salmon Arm:
Totals                                	
3
•
2
1
$50.00  |
$50.00
1
Section 87.—Intoxicated Person refusing to give Evidence.
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert
I    I
I    I N 34
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C.
REGULATIONS.
The Board did not promulgate any regulation under the Statute or amend any regulation
of the regulations of the Liquor Control Board during the period under review.
Price-lists.
Orders in Council passed and affecting price-lists during the period April 1st, 1941, to
March 31st, 1942, are as follows:—
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Date
approved.
Remarks.
No.
1. Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, and Imported Ale and Stout.
501
16-4-41
Amendment.
751
2-6-41
Amendment.
803
6-6-41
Amendment and addition.
•
880
25-6-41
Rescission of Issue No. 8 and enactment of Issue No. 9.
1323
20-9-41
Amendment.
1632
29-11-41
Amendment and addition.
1668
8-12-41
Amendment and addition.
No.
531
22-4-41
Amendment.
748
2-6-41
Amendment.
1189
19-8-41
Amendment.
1440
10-10-41
Amendment.
1456
20-10-41
Amendment.
1494
27-10-41
Amendment.
1545
4-11-41
Amendment.
No
748
2-6-41
Amendment.
750
2-6-41
Amendment.
1441
10-10-41
Amendment.
1455
20-10-41
Amendment.
1495
27-10-41
Amendment.
1649
4-12-41
Amendment.
No
749
1609
2-6-41
25-11-41
Amendment.
No
1630
29-11-41
actment of Issue No. 7.
No
530
22-4-41
752
2-6-41
Amendment.
1188
19-8-41
Amendment.
1439
10-10-41
Amendment.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board
as at March 31st, 1942.
Premises.
Lease.
Monthly
Rental.
City or Town.
Date of
Expiry.
Duration.
Remarks.
Administrative Offices.
Victoria:
Rooms 400b, 409-418, and 423,
$270.00
Monthly   tenancy,    including    light,    heat,
water, and janitor service.
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.
Entire warehouse, of which the Government
Liquor Store, 869-871 Beatty Street, forms
part, is rented at rate of $375 per month ;
proportion of rental charged against warehouse is $200 per month and against
Government Liquor Store, $175 per month.
Warehouses.
Victoria:  1019 Wharf Street	
'
Vancouver:
857 Beatty Street-	
869-871 Beatty Street	
200.00 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.                          N 35
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board
as at March 31st, 1942—Continued.
Premises.
Lease.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
City or Town.
Date of
Expiry.
Duration.
Government Liquor Stores.
31-1-46
5 years
$40.00
35.00
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property; living-quarters rented, $5
per month.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy ; includes heat.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Includes heat and water.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy ; includes heat and water.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property ;  living-quarters rented, $15
per month, plus half heating costs.
Monthly tenancy .   includes heat and water.
Includes heat and water.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Premises erected by Board on property
owned by Pacific Mills, Ltd. Rental, one
peppercorn, payable annually on 99-year
lease. Living-quarters rented at $25 per
month, plus half heating costs.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
First two years.
Subsequent five years.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy ; includes heat.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property ;  living-quarters rented, $10
per month.
Atlin	
Burns Lake	
Campbell River_  	
Chilliwack 	
30.00
35.00
75.00
35.00
50.00
35.00
35.00
30.00
60.00
65.00
40.00
35.00
31-3-42
5 years
28-2-43
2 years
Duncan.   _
31-5-47
31-5-44
7 years
3 years
Golden
Gold Bridge
35.00
40.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
■   60.00
Grand Forks _	
Hope—  _   	
Kelowna  	
Kamloops 	
30-6-44
3 years
40.00
25.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30-6-46
30-9-43
5 years
3 years
Ladner  	
Mission. _	
Michel  _
McBride  _	
50.00
20.00
175.00
200.00
125.00
30.00
50.00
1 peppercorn
annually
25.00
New Westminster  	
30-9-46
31-12-42
10 years
2 years
31-10-2036
99 years
31-3-42
28-2-43
30-9-44
5 years
7 years
7 years
25.00
( 50.00
{ 60.00
65.00
40.00
30.00
50.00
100.00
25.00
55.00
17.00
Princeton ___  ■	
Quesnel  	
31-3-45
5 years N 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board
as at March 31st, 1942—Continued.
Premises.
Lease.
Monthly
Rental.
City or Town.
Date of
Expiry.
Duration.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued.
$40.00
35.00
50.00
25.00
35.00
125.00
25.00
275.00
425.00
425.00
200.00
218.00
175.00
30.00
75.00
225.00
250.00
40.00
15.00
Monthly tenancy; includes light, heat, and
water.
Trail
Vancouver:
833 Pender Street West
230 Hastings Street East       )
Rear, 238 Hastings St. East j
822-826 Hornby Street	
31-7-45
30-9-45
31-7-45
30-11-43
28-2-42
31-5-42
10 years
10 years
5 years
5 years
5 years
5 years
Includes heat and water.
214-6-8 Carrall Street _	
. 775 Davie Street _	
869-871 Beatty Street..!	
leased at a total rental of $375 per month.
Proportion of rental charged against store,
$175 per month ; and against warehouse,
$200 per month.    (See also warehouse.)
Victoria:
716 Johnson Street	
634 Humboldt Street _	
30-9-44
28-2-46
3 years
5 years
Yahk __	
per month. REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1941-42.
N 37
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians and honoured by Government Liquor Vendors and Druggists during Period April 1st, 1941, to March 31st,
1942.
Vancouver Physicians.
Victoria Physicians
Outside
Physicians.
Month.
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1941.
April 	
4
15
19
2
28
30
7
30
37
5
17
22
2
19
21
5
36
41
June .  	
5
24
29
3
19
22
1
34
35
July ....
2
25
27
2
24
26
3
26
29
August  -
3
27
30
4
13
17
5
34
39
September  „	
3
16
19
2
18
_
20
1
44
45
October —	
5
21
26
3
17
20
4
46
50
November.. —
7
26
33
4
18
22
10
53
63
December  	
12
22
34
4
29
33
22
84
106
1942.
1
January  —
10
18
28
5
13
....
18
7
37     [     44
4
28
32
3
13
....
16
5
48    |    53
4
25
29
3
13
....
16
9
56     I     65
Totals	
64
264
....    | 328
1
37
224
....     [  261
1
79
528     j   607
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.
Description.
Number
issued.
Price.
Amount.
Individual Liquor Permits, Sec. 11 (a)   	
Druggists, Physicians, Dentists, and Veterinaries, Sec. 11 (b) —
Hospitals, Sanatoriums, etc., Sec. 11 (b)  ___	
Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Scientific Pursuits, Sec. 11 (6).
Minister of the Gospel, Sec. 11 (c)  _:_. ___ 	
Special Permits, Sec. 11 (d)—  	
Total _     -- - -
251,014
94
0.25
.25
.25
$62,753.50
23.50
8.00
1      8*
Free
.25
1    «
4.50
I      5*
4
.25
1.00
' 785
1.00
785.00
.
922
2.00
1,844.00
5*
Free
                      	
$65,419.50
* Issued free to Provincial Government institutions. APPENDIX C—Continued.
CHART ILLUSTRATING SALE OF LIQUOR AND ADMINISTRATION OF "GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT" BY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS, FISCAL YEAR.ENDED MARCH 31st, 1942.
SALE OF LIQUOR  (INCLUDING S   

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