Open Collections

BC Sessional Papers

REPORT OF THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1941-42 British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1943

Item Metadata

Download

Media
bcsessional-1.0314281.pdf
Metadata
JSON: bcsessional-1.0314281.json
JSON-LD: bcsessional-1.0314281-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): bcsessional-1.0314281-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: bcsessional-1.0314281-rdf.json
Turtle: bcsessional-1.0314281-turtle.txt
N-Triples: bcsessional-1.0314281-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: bcsessional-1.0314281-source.json
Full Text
bcsessional-1.0314281-fulltext.txt
Citation
bcsessional-1.0314281.ris

Full Text

 -    •
REPORT
OP  THE  f
MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF   THE
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOE   THE
FISCAL YEAR 194142
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 William Culham Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please your Honour:
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of the Department of
Public Works for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1942, in compliance with the
provisions of the " Public Works Act."
HERBERT ANSCOMB,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of the Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
September 16th, 1942. HP.1*-!'*?
., - « -■ ;.
■■_■■
0)
fi,
o
X
xu
a
C8
S
ta
O
c
ca
to
PQ
O
(1)
i-t
O  PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., September 16th, 1942.
Hon. Herbert Anscomb,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the following report on the work and activities
of the Department of Public Works during the fiscal year 1941-42:—
GENERAL OUTLINE OF WORK.
The year in question was one of continuous activity and special attention was
given to the reconstruction, widening, and improvement of the principal highways of
the Province and the replacing and strengthening of the various bridges, in order
that increased traffic and increased loading could be handled in a safe and economical
manner. The monetary restrictions placed on Canadians going south of the International Boundary resulted in an exceptionally large increase in the number of vehicles
using the Trans-Canada Highway and the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, and
also the tourist traffic from the United States was heavier than in any other year.
Local roads were also kept in good repair and were widened and ditched as was
necessary. All work undertaken was satisfactorily completed. Great improvement
in the maintenance of surfaced roads was noticeable and all repair-work was done
promptly and in a satisfactory manner.
In view of the restrictions of travel to the United States, as mentioned above,
the Department kept open the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway throughout the
winter in order to facilitate through travel at all times. In other years the section
of this highway at the Cascade Summit has been closed for a period of two or three
months by reason of the heavy snowfall encountered. This work entailed employing
a road crew on twenty-four-hour duty continuously, together with the necessary equipment to keep the highway clear of snow and properly sanded.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL AGREEMENTS.
During the year no new agreements were entered into with the Dominion Government for new construction with respect to roads to National Parks, roads to mining-
areas, and tourist roads. However, the previous agreements that had been entered
into were extended in order to allow the completion of all work that was unfinished
during the previous year.
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION.
On Vancouver Island a new diversion, having a length of approximately 7 miles,
was commenced on the Malahat Drive in order to eliminate the narrow road on the
north slope and along the water-front of Mill Bay. Work was commenced on reconstruction of 2 miles of the Island Highway at Fanny Bay in preparation for hard-
surfacing this year. Reconstruction, widening, and gravelling was also carried out
on the Hardy Bay Road for a distance of 12 miles. Other work was carried out on
the Sooke Road, Shawnigan Lake Road, and the Canadian Highway at Cameron Lake.
On the mainland reconstruction-work was carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway
preparatory to surfacing this year in the vicinity of Kamloops and Salmon Arm;
also the Silver Creek ■ revision was completed ready for surfacing and a start was
made on the new approaches to the Hope Bridge. On the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway work was commenced on the reconstruction of the new diversion 7 miles west
of Grand Forks, known as the Hammer Hill revision. Other reconstruction was
undertaken at Taghum Hill and on various sections between Creston and Goatfell. T 4
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway construction-work was undertaken on the
Usk-Cedarvale section, the Sinclair Mills-Longworth section, and between Red Pass
and Rainbow. On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway reconstruction was completed
south of Golden for a distance of approximately 2 miles. On the Okanagan Highway
various sections were reconstructed and widened with a view to hard-surfacing during
this year. Various sections of the Cariboo Highway between Cache Creek and Prince
George were reconstructed, widened, and generally improved.
SURFACING.
During the year a total of approximately 218 miles of new surfacing and resurfacing was completed on Provincial highways, the principal work being undertaken on
the Ti'ans-Canada Highway, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Okanagan Highway,
and the Island Highway. Details of the mileage completed on the various highways
are given in the report of the Surfacing Engineer.
WORK PERFORMED ON HIGHWAYS.
The following is a summary of highway construction, reconstruction, etc., performed during the year:—
Class of Highway-work.
Trunk and
Main
Highways.
Other Roads.
Total.
Miles.
64
277
Miles.
85
205
Miles.
149
Major reconstruction and improvement over a distance of  	
482
124
241
23
Accompanying this report is a. tabulation showing major projects in progress or
undertaken during the year, including mining-road projects, and the progress made.
For further details reference may be made to the district reports.
MAINTENANCE OF ROADS, BRIDGES, AND FERRIES.
As in the past, the satisfactory maintenance of roads, bridges, and ferries was
carried out, this work being undertaken from funds in the " District Vote." As in
past years, much good work of maintenance and minor betterment was also done by
men in return for direct relief, although the. number of persons needing such relief
is dwindling very rapidly.
FLOODS.
In the Peace River District there was serious flooding in the fall until the freeze-up,
necessitating constant attention to roads and bridges. In the Comox District there
was a flood of considerable proportion in December, doing some damage to one bridge.
Some damage was caused to roads and bridges in the Interior of the Province by several
bad cloudbursts which created serious flood conditions of short duration. The rest of
the Province, however, was remarkably free from floods.
SNOW-REMOVAL.
There was an exceptionally light fall of snow throughout the Province during the
year and snow-ploughs were not in use on Vancouver Island or in the Lower Fraser
Valley. Throughout the Province 4,401 miles of road were kept open by snow-
ploughing, involving a total of 37,678 snow-plough miles at an average cost of $13.50
per mile kept open. During the previous year 5,220 miles of road were ploughed and
kept open at an average cost of $14.68 per mile. REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
T 5
ROAD MILEAGE.
Elsewhere in this report will be found a statement of mileage and type of construction of Provincial'highways. The total of 21,594 miles shows an increase of 290
miles over the previous year. This increase is not necessarily all due to new construction. District officials periodically revise their road registers and adjustments are
necessary from time to time. It will be noted that the Provincial highway system
includes 502 miles of municipal highways, classified as arterial, primary, or secondary.
The total mileage may be classified as follows:—
Trunk and main highways 1     6,921
Local roads     5,722
Settlement, industrial, and mining roads     8,951
Total  21,594
In addition, there are 10,066 miles of trails on the registers, of which 5,854 miles
are classed as mining-trails.
BRIDGES.
This subject is fully covered in the report of the Bridge Engineer and in the
district reports; a tabulation is attached showing the major work carried out in bridge
construction and reconstruction.
PATTULLO BRIDGE.
During the year 1941-42 a very large increase was shown in the number of vehicles
crossing this bridge; traffic amounted to 2,161,264 vehicles and the revenue collected
during the year amounted to $278,710.03. During the year the steelwork on this
bridge was repainted throughout.
FERRIES.
A tabulation is attached showing the traffic carried by all the more important
ferries.    The following comparison is of interest, showing trend in traffic:—
Records of Traffic for Five Important Ferries.
Name of Ferry.
Total
Number of
Vehicles carried.
1936-37.
1938-39.
1940-41.
1941-42.
81,051
46,305
56,940
24,816
110,661
129,475
61,018
63,328
31,671
127,027
156,851
67,144
70,492
33,226
141,128
172 182
87,173
36,870
319,773
412,519
468,841
477 671
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
The report of the Mechanical Superintendent is attached, which gives a list of the
plant and machinery owned and operated by this Department during the fiscal year.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS  (PART III., " HIGHWAY ACT ").
Attached is a statement showing all municipal highways, classified as arterial,
primary, and secondary, respectively, under Part III. of the " Highway Act." The
totals as at March 31st, 1942, were as follows:— Miles.
Classified as arterial  323.41
Classified as primary .     59.75
Classified as secondary  119.09 Such changes in classified highways as were made were duly reported in The
British Columbia Gazette, as required by the Statutes.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
The report of the Chief Architect, attached hereto, outlines the activities of the
Architectural Branch of the Department.
'    MISCELLANEOUS.
Revisions and additions were made to the standard specifications prepared by the
Department as were considered necessary.
All accounting for unemployment relief continued to be done by the Accounting
staff of the Public Works Department.
Correspondence comprised 34,785 inward and outward letters.
In conclusion, it gives me great pleasure to place on record the loyalty and efficiency
of the various officials of this Department and to commend the high standard of their
work.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. DIXON,
Chief Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
Owing to war conditions work has been restricted, particularly with capital expenditure, and it is becoming more evident that materials of construction are being harder
to procure, and with the various restrictions imposed, the types of buildings we will
be able to use for some time will have to be modified from our usual procedure. Also
the staff at our various offices and institutions will have to realize that equipment, etc.,
cannot be obtained and that every effort must be made to conserve and protect whatever
they may now have.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE.
During this period we had designed, and work is to progress, for an addition to
the Nurses' Home at St. Joseph's Hospital for the Sisters of St. Ann, and also a new
hospital of forty-five beds at Oliver for the same Sisterhood.
An addition to the Boys' Industrial School was also carried out and the Borstal
School has been vacated as such and the School for the Deaf and the Blind has been
moved to this location, requiring considerable alterations and additions.
A new pasteurizing plant at Tranquille has been completed.
AIR-RAID PRECAUTIONS.
The Department leased the Divisional Headquarters for the A.R.P. in Vancouver
and made considerable changes in layout, etc., to make it suitable for this committee's
work.
We have also, with Colonel Latta, organized the various Government buildings in
the Defence Area for A.R.P. work and also provided equipment to meet the various
needs for fighting of incendiary bombs.
The staffs at the various Government offices and institutions have co-operated most
loyally and have taken a keen interest in endeavouring to safeguard Government
property and the personnel and patients committed to their charge.
FURNITURE.
This service has been kept up and with the closing-down of the Taxation Branch
and Relief Department we have been able to utilize their equipment at other centres
where needed. Trans-Canada Highway.    Looking west towards Cornwall Lodge, 9 miles
west of Kamloops.
Island Highway.    Reconstruction on the Malahat Drive.  REPORT OF BRIDGE ENGINEER. T 7
SCHOOLS.
The Department has furnished plans for the following: New auditorium and gymnasium at Grand Forks; new high school at Saanich; 2-room addition at Langford;
1-room addition at Sooke; and 1-room addition at Fruitlands; besides the issuance
of many standard school plans for various school districts.
During the year we have lost by retirement Mr. T. G. A. Young and Mr. Arthur
Manson, after many years of faithful service to the Department.
Mr. Clive Campbell of our staff has obtained a commission in the R.C.E., and
I wish him every success and a safe return.
The Branch has given advice and assistance to the Liquor Control Board, designing
a new office for them in Victoria, which, however, was not carried out.
Advice was also given to various School and Hospital Boards, etc.
I wish to thank you, Sir, the District Engineers, and our own staff for the courtesy
and assistance extended to me at all times.
Respectfully submitted. „   ___
H. Whitaker.
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER.
During the year a fair programme of minor renewals was carried out and, in
addition, the following moderate sized structures were rebuilt: Atchelitz in Chilliwack
District; Canyon Creek in Columbia; Matthew Creek in Cranbrook; Serpentine River
in Delta; Tyaughton Creek and Wards Ferry in Lillooet; Arrow Creek in Nelson-
Creston; Cherryville in North Okanagan; Red River in Peace River; and Scotch Creek
in Salmon Arm.
The only major structure built was at Silver Creek, on the Trans-Canada Highway,
3 miles west of Hope, in Dewdney District.
Painting of the steelwork in the following bridges was carried out: Pattullo over
Fraser River at New Westminster, and American Creek on Trans-Canada Highway
near Hope.
At the Pitt River Bridge on Lougheed Highway, in Dewdney District, part of the
steelwork was painted and work was commenced on the replacement of the trestle
approaches with a fill by using material taken out of the channel of the Coquitlam
River. /
A new pontoon reaction ferry was installed over the Fraser River at Lillooet, and
the ferries at Miworth and Hansard in the Fort George Districts were reconstructed.
The replacement of short-span bridges with culverts, wherever possible, has been
carried out and this is especially notable in the Chilliwack District.
Weather conditions were not altogether satisfactory. Cloudbursts occurred at
various times and places in the lower Interior and much damage was done to roads,
but fortunately no major damage was done to bridges.
Towards the latter part of August and during the month of September, continual
heavy rains in the Kamloops, Cariboo, and Peace River Districts caused much damage,
mostly to roads.
In the Comox District, the south abutment and approach span of the Oyster River
Bridge were completely washed out in December and had to be rebuilt.
Credit is due to the whole staff for the work accomplished during the year.
A. L. Carruthers,
Bridge Engineer. T 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.
All districts in the Province have been visited during the fiscal year just completed
and detailed reports covering the inspection of each unit operated by the Department
are on file. In addition to the inspection-work, many local problems concerned with
the maintenance and repair of equipment and the supply and installation of garage
equipment and tools have been discussed on the ground with the Field staff.
Purchases of new equipment amounting to approximately $350,000 were made
during the year. The equipment purchased included: Six tractors, three power-
graders, one power-shovel, three low-bed trailers, two trailers (reconditioned), one
Kue-Ken rock-crusher complete, fifty-seven trucks, eleven automobiles, and miscellaneous surfacing and patching units.
The efficiency of our garages was further increased by the purchase of a quantity
of equipment and tools.
The snow-removal equipment of the Department was added to by the purchase of
the following equipment: Sicard F.W.D. truck and rotary plough; Bros. Model 37
rotary loading snow-plough for F.W.D. truck; and Roto blade rotary snow-plough for
F.W.D. truck.
REPAIR-SHOPS AND EQUIPMENT-SHEDS.
No repair-shops or equipment-sheds have been constructed this year.
OFFICE.
Due to war conditions, the necessity for priorities, gasoline and rubber rationing,
etc., and work entailed in connection with the Mines and Resources Department, the
work in the office has steadily increased during the year.
POWER FERRIES.
The S.S. " Nasookin," running on Kootenay Lake, was hauled out and extensive
repairs made on the hull, which was also further strengthened.
The proposed alterations to the power plant in the Nelson Ferry have been delayed
when it was found impossible to procure the required power plant, due to war conditions.
All ferries operating subject to the provisions of the " Canada Shipping Act"
were inspected and certified by the Dominion Steamship Inspector.
The undernoted power ferries were inspected and reports filed:—
Kelowna-Westbank. Ladner-Woodward.        Taylor Flats.
Francois Lake. Agassiz-Rosedale. Kootenay Lake.
Twelve-mile. Castlegar. Needles-Fauquier.
Twenty-four Mile. Nelson. Creston.
Sorrento-Scotch Creek.      Nicks Island. Arrow Park.
Harrop-Longbeach. Clayhurst.
In addition the Department superintended the construction of a ferry for the War
Department of the U.S.A., which was successfully completed and handed over to them.
J. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent. REPORT OF LOCATING ENGINEER.
T 9
REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER.
During the year work done included the mileages of new surfacing and resurfacing
shown in the table below.
BITUMINOUS SURFACING, 1941-42.
Mileage and Class of Work carried out.
Name of Highway.
New Surface.
Improvement or Renewal
of Existing: Surface.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
Mulch.
Double         Single
Spray.        Spray.
Total.
Miles.
4.86
7.12
Miles.
15.72
2.20
Miles.
Miles.
5.96
1.30
0.70
,    3.75
1.50
Miles.
0.53
1.10
2.50
8.00
Miles.
29.28
25.20
3.86
3.80
12:33
2.28
0.50
25.32
Miles.
56 35
36 92
4 56
3.95
1.90
15.90
21 83
0.16
2 44
0.75
1.70
0.10
2.37
1.35
32.36
3.50
13.39
78.64
Totals	
18.38
52.34
3.50
15.68
25.52
102.57
217 99
The total bitumens used for all purposes was 1,402,608 gallons.
W. P. Beavan,
Surfacing Engineer.
REPORT OF THE LOCATING ENGINEER.
During the fiscal year eighteen surveys were made, spread over thirteen electoral
districts and totalling 152.8 miles, for which complete plans, estimates, and reports
were submitted.
This total of 152.8 miles is made up as follows: 55.3 miles to final location staked
on the ground; 64.5 miles to preliminary line run and a paper projection with estimates
made; 33 miles of reconnaissance with sketch-plans and rough estimate. A total of
103 men were given seasonable employment.
Early in March, 1942, the Dominion Government asked the Department to take
care of the location of the proposed road from Prince Rupert to Cedarvale. The
agreement was on the basis of chiefs of parties to be paid by the Department and all
other expenses to be taken care of by the Dominion. Considerable trouble was experienced to find and equip seven twelve-men parties, but with the co-operation of the whole
Department sufficient men and equipment were secured and by the middle of March all
parties were on the ground working in very adverse conditions.
In addition to these parties, the survey branch had to supply and equip four parties
to lay out work for the Japanese evacuated from the coast and put to work between
Blue River and Yellowhead Pass. All expense in connection with this work was
borne by the Department.
The average cost per mile of all surveys works out at $244 per mile; this is an
increase over last season, but it is accounted for by the larger percentage of complete
surveys.
All instruments in the Province were checked and, where necessary, repairs were
arranged and paid for out of the survey vote. Considerable additional equipment was
purchased. This was fortunate as all engineering supplies are hard, if not impossible,
to obtain.
H. L. Hayne,
' Location Engineer. T 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
DISTRICT REPORTS.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1   (VANCOUVER ISLAND
AND THE ISLANDS).
District Engineer, W. W. Bell, Victoria.
Alberni Electoral District.
General.—The maintenance of roads was carried out in so far as funds would
permit. Considerable frost-damage occurred during the winter, particularly on Beaver
Creek Road and Central Lake Road; this has been repaired and the roads are now in
a fair state of repair.
Major Improvements.—The only major improvement carried out was at Zeballos,
where 0.75 mile of the main Zeballos Road was diverted to higher ground in order to
prevent flooding.    Four miles of mining-trails were also constructed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 3.3 miles of Central Lake and 2.65 miles of
Beaver Creek Road were double sprayed, and 2.10 miles of classified highways were
resprayed.
Bridges.—No major reconstruction or renewals were carried out during the year.
Three bridges were renewed and one replaced with culvert and fill. Maintenance of
others was carried out.
Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District.
General.—The maintenance of roads was carried out by local crews and taxpayers
working out their taxes. Considerable damage was occasioned by the heavy frost
last winter to the surfaced portions of the roads; this has been repaired and the
highways are in good condition.
Weather conditions were normal throughout the year, with exception of heavy
frost which lasted for about three weeks, necessitating sanding the main highway
almost continuously during this period.
Operations.—The following major improvements were carried out during the year:
North Shore Road from Cowichan Lake to Youbou was widened, realigned, and ditched
for a distance of 9 miles; subsequently this was surfaced with a double spray-coat of
asphalt. Also a diversion on the Island Highway from Mile 53.8 to Mile 54.3 was
completed and surfaced, removing a very dangerous traffic condition at this point.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The Island Highway was resprayed where necessary from
Mile 53.8 to Mile 58.8, a distance of 5 miles, and the North Shore Road from Cowichan
Lake to Youbou was double flush-coated a distance of approximately 9 miles. All
bituminous-surfaced roads have been kept continuously patched and are in good condition.
Bridges.—The only major work done during the year was the construction of a
new 155-foot frame-trestle bridge with a 66-foot log centre span over the Cowichan
River at Skutz Falls, and the replacement of the 170-foot pile-trestle bridge over
Robertson River. Slide Bridge on the Sahtlam River Bottom Road was replaced with
culvert and fill. Several smaller bridges were replaced and maintenance on others
carried out as far as funds were available.
Esquimalt Electoral District.
The construction programme for the year was principally confined to the Malahat
section of the Island Highway, where 2.4 miles of reconstruction involving heavy rock
excavation and construction of 4.5 miles of relocated highway were commenced.
Greatly improved alignment and grades with a saving in distance will result from
these projects.
Lesser but important reconstruction was carried out on Shawnigan Lake Road
(which was in use as a detour during Island Highway reconstruction), on Sooke Road,
and on that portion of Island Highway between Parsons Bridge and Colwood.
Also substantial shoulders were made to give 6 feet additional width to the concrete
pavement on Island Highway between Colwood and Langford.
General maintenance was carried out as required with available funds. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 11
Surfacing.—No new mileage was added. As a result of frost without snow some
damage to surfaces resulted during the winter.
Bridges.—Necessary repairs were undertaken.
Weather.—The winter was again open with very light snowfall, but frost occurred
and lasted several weeks.
Traffic.—Due to military operations highway traffic has continued to increase.
Satisfactory co-operation was maintained with headquarters and throughout the
district.
Comox Electoral District.
Roads.—Surface of all gravel roads was kept in good condition and extensive
repairs to the old asphalt surface were carried out.
Bridges.—In all, some twenty bridges were redecked and hand-railing renewed.
Reconstruction.—Island Highway: Mile 85.5 to Mile 87—1.5 miles reconstructed
and widened; Mile 129 to Mile 131—2 miles reconstructed at Fanny Bay; Mile 130—
55-foot steel-girder bridge built over Coal Creek.
Canadian Highway:   One mile reconstructed and widened at Cameron Lake.
Port Hardy Road:   Twelve miles regravelled and widened.
Alert Bay Road: Replaced old cribbing with 300-foot concrete wall and changed
500 feet of plank road into gravel surface.
Surfacing.—Island Highway: Mulched, Mile 85.5 to Mile 87, 1.5 miles; single
spray, Mile 87.7 to Mile 88.7, 1 mile;  double spray, Mile 100 to Mile 106.8, 6.8 miles.
Canadian Highway: Double spray, Mile 103 to Mile 104.3, 1.34 miles; single
spray, Mile 111 to Mile 112, 1 mile; single spray, Mile 115 to 115.6, 0.6 mile; double
spray, Mile 116.6 to Mile 116.9, 0.16 mile.
Island Highway:   Menzies Bay—8 miles treated with calcium chloride.
Snow-removal.—No snow-ploughing was necessary this winter.
Equipment.—All machines were kept in repair and additional equipment was
obtained.
Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District.
General.—General maintenance was carried out with local crews in an efficient
manner and roads are in fairly good condition. The traffic to the military camp at
Nanaimo is extremely heavy; this, combined with severe frost-damage during the
winter, seriously damaged the roads in this area.
Major Improvements.—No major improvements were carried out. On Saltspring
Island considerable widening was undertaken for a length of 3 miles on Scott Road,
while bad corners were removed over 6 miles of Beaver Point Road, and 1 mile of
Fulford-Ganges Road was regraded and double sprayed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—In the Nanaimo area 7.91 miles of roads were resprayed
single coat and 1 mile resprayed double coat. On the Islands 6.36 miles were resprayed
single coat and 3.38 miles double coat.
Bridges.—Three trestle bridges were replaced, having a total length of 134 feet;
in addition, repairs to others were carried out to the extent that funds were available.
Saanich Electoral District.
Widening of shoulders along East Saanich Road continued and some added width
has been obtained for the whole length.
Some general improvement has been effected on roads now being subjected to
increased military traffic.
Surfacing.—Single spray-coats on several asphalt surfaced roads did much to help
carry them through winter frosts satisfactorily.
Weather.—Although the winter was open, without snow, sharp frosts were
experienced.
Traffic.—The continuing development of National Defence projects on the Saanich
Peninsula was responsible for very heavy traffic in increased volume. T 12 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2 (BURNABY, DEWDNEY, NORTH VANCOUVER,
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY, AND MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, E. H. Verner, Vancouver.
Burnaby Electoral District.
Construction.—On Central Arterial Highway 17R, 4.58 miles of gravelling were
completed.
Bridges.—Sunnyside Road Bridge was replaced by culvert and fill and loco Town-
site Bridge was reconstructed. The usual maintenance of roads and bridges was
carried out.
Surfacing.—No new surfacing was undertaken during the year. Necessary repairs
to existing pavements were undertaken and completed.
Snow-removal.—It was an exceptionally mild winter and there was not enough
snowfall to impede traffic.
Dewdney Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Usual maintenance on roads and bridges was carried out; the
repair of bituminous surfaces was given special attention.
In the Hatzic Prairie area, considerable work was done improving the channel of
Legace Creek, and in the same area minor improvements were made on the Stave Lake
Road.
On the Haney Loop 69a, a fill was put in and the whole of the road is now open to
traffic.
Covered drains and catch-basins were laid in Mission Village, on Lougheed Highway 25r, for a distance of 1,300 feet; this eliminated a deep ditch and improved the
appearance of the highway.
On the Hammond Loop, 2,100 feet of covered drain and catch-basins were also
installed.
On Agassiz Mountain (Lougheed Highway 26r), 1,700 feet of highway fence
were erected.
On the Nicomen Island Highway protection-dykes serious erosion was taking place
at two points, and about 2,000 cubic feet of rock riprap were placed to protect same.
Snow-removal.—A comparatively mild winter was experienced and snow-removal
activities were practically nil. The usual snow-fencing was erected as a precautionary
measure in the easterly part of the district.
Mackenzie (North)  Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Reconstruction.—A total of 2.30 miles of new roads
was constructed; 12.40 miles of reconstruction were carried out, consisting mostly of
widening and gravelling; particular attention was given to widening bad curves, giving
elevation and improving the vision.
Highway Maintenance.—Maintenance of all roads was carried out to give best
results to the- travelling public; particular attention was given to grading to keep
down corrugation during dry weather. Tax-workers were grouped together whenever
possible and good results were obtained from their work. Considerable patching to
hard surface was found necessary.
Bridges.—One new bridge was constructed on the Bella Coola road; three other
bridges had new stringers and decking; two small bridges were replaced by culverts
and there were minor repairs on other structures.
Ferries.—The Hagensborg-Salloomt Ferry was operated throughout the year, one
new boat being purchased.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was very light; hills were kept sanded during bad frost
conditions.
Miscellaneous.—Excessive rains caused Burnt Creek at Bella Coola to overflow its
banks, causing considerable damage to the main Bella Coola road. The channel of
Burnt Creek was straightened and deepened to help prevent a recurrence. SjKjBP8*'
-..ti-i".
:;S;*s*;si: SisB SI; ;ll li;; -IS; ;il :W;
A typical equipment and storage-shed.
New bridge and channel constructed for Melntyre Creek, south of Penticton.  DISTRICT REPORTS. T 13
Mackenzie (South) Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—Trant Road, 0.12 mile, was constructed
and gravelled. Access to Pender Harbour Hospital by road was provided by the construction of a 12-foot wide roadway along the shore-line of the Garden Bay Lake from
the Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road in lieu of the foot-trail previously used. This road
is 1.5 miles long and necessitated the excavation of approximately 3,000 cubic yards
of rock and 4,000 cubic yards of earth. It was given a good riding surface with 1,750
cubic yards of gravel.
Reconstruction and widening between Mile 28.3 and Mile 31.1, totalling 0.62 mile,
was carried out on the Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road, on which 516 cubic yards of
solid rock had to be excavated. This work eliminated two poor sections of the road
for travel from the Gibson-Sechelt area going to the hospital.
Bridges.—Three bridges were reconstructed and twenty-one received minor or
major repairs.
General.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads and trails in the
district, a considerable amount of brushing and ditching being undertaken. The main
travelled roads were kept well graded and the gravel surfaces built up with an additional 2,900 cubic yards spread over these roads. A total of 3.75 miles, comprising
business and other important sections on the main highways, were given a spray-coat
of heavy oil as a dust-layer.
North Vancouver Electoral District.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—At Deep Cove, the terminal point of
the Dollarton Highway, a 3- by 5- by 400-foot sawn cedar log culvert was installed to
enclose a creek which runs parallel to and along the edge of the travelled portion.
Seven hundred and forty cubic yards of fill material was used to cover and provide an
additional width of 12 feet of roadway, thereby eliminating a constant menace and
providing adequate facilities for the heavy week-end travel at this point; 144 lineal
feet of 18-inch concrete culvert-pipe was also installed as a storm-sewer.
On No. 67a, Marine Drive, 960 lineal feet of standard guard-fence was erected at
the approaches to Capilano Bridge. Bus turnouts were constructed at all street intersections between Thirteenth and Twenty-fifth Streets and given a primer of tar.
Storm-sewers were installed between Fourteenth and Seventeenth Streets, with
a main outfall at Fifteenth. This work was carried out by the municipal forces, while
this Department contributed approximately one-fifth of the cost.
Improvements were made to the Cowan Road, Bowen Island, through improving
alignment, reducing gradients, and gravelling.
Surfacing.—On the Dollarton Highway 0.73 mile of mulch surface was laid and
1 mile was given a spray-coat.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District.
Highivay Construction and Improvements.—A diversion of 0.51 mile on Marine
Drive was undertaken to by-pass the military area. Clearing and grading was completed and the first lift of the crushed-rock base course laid before the end of the fiscal
year. From Mile 6.10 to Mile 7.30, the terminal point of Marine Drive at Forty-first
Avenue, the right-of-way was cleared and grubbed its full width of 80 feet; log culverts
replaced with concrete pipe; reditched the entire length and the shoulders brought up
to grade to conform to the proposed cross-section when the excessive camber is taken
out of the paved surface.
General.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads; brushing and reditch-
ing receiving special attention.
Bridges.—Minor repairs were made to Beacon Gulch Bridge. ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3 (DELTA, CHILLIWACK, NEW WESTMINSTER,
AND PARTS OF DEWDNEY AND YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, H. C. Anderson, New Westminster.
New Westminster Electoral District.
To provide improved street accommodation and to meet the needs of new settlers,
more work was undertaken in D.L. 172 than in any previous year and 2.7 miles of
streets were regraded, widened, and gravel-surfaced. New construction accounted for
0.79 mile of road. To provide for surface-water drainage, 12- and 18-inch drainage-
pipes with catch-basins were installed.
In the vicinity of the north approaches to Pattullo Bridge further areas were
graded, soiled, and sown. Flower borders were planted and various shrubs put in,
all being carried out to plan and in harmony with the landscaping work previously
undertaken. Portions of McBride Boulevard so beautified were laid out to conform
with plans of the City of New Westminster, whose officials closely co-operated with the
Department.
Delta Electoral District.
No new construction was undertaken. The Trans-Canada Highway was widened
to 32 feet, the grades lifted with gravel and the gravel surface treated with mulch 24
feet wide at the following points: Clayton Bridge east for 0.41 mile; in the vicinity
of Nicomekl River Bridge 0.1 mile. Near Bertrand Creek Bridge the mulch surface
was given a single spray-coat for 0.22 mile.
The Department contributed towards the cost of the following bituminous surfacing work carried out by the municipal corporations: Farrell Road, from Goudy Road
to Boundary Bay Road, 1 mile of mulch; Hjorth Road, from Nichol Road to Johnston
Road, 1.50 miles of spray-coat; Johnston Road, from King George VI. Highway to
White Rock, 1.75 miles of spray-coat; Marine Drive, from White Rock to Crescent,
2.50 miles of spray-coat; McLellan Road, from Bergstrom Road to B.C.E.R., 2.50 miles
of spray-coat and 1 mile of mulch—a total of 10.25 miles.
The grading of the boulevards on the King George VI. Highway was completed.
The shoulders of this highway were oiled throughout. At necessary points stout
timber protection-rail was constructed for an aggregate length of 6,230 lineal feet.
Some gravelling was done on the Barnston Island roads.
Bridges.—No entirely new bridges were constructed, but the Serpentine River
Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway, near Fry's Corner, was replaced by a creosoted
pile-trestle structure with reinforced concrete abutments, floor slab and fence, all of
modern design. Excepting, the removal of old timber trestle and the driving of the
piles by contract, this work was efficiently and expeditiously carried out by day-labour.
The main steelwork in the eight steel spans of Pattullo Bridge was repainted with
one coat of aluminium paint, and one coat of green paint was given the steel fencing,
light standards, etc.    The Department supplied the material for the contractors.
Eburne Bridges.—Preliminary surveys were made for a proposed new structure
and investigations made with other public bodies as to possibilities for improved bridge
facilities.
Snow-removal.—Usual precautions, outfitting of equipment, etc., and erection of
snow-fences, were taken, but there was only a very light fall of snow and no ploughing
was necessary.
Cloverdale Garage.—The new warehouses and sheds for storing equipment were
completed and the yard drained and gravelled. This increased accommodation for
storage of materials and the housing of valuable equipment is proving of, material
benefit. Efficient and expeditious renewals and repair-work continued to be carried
out by our mechanics on outside as well as on our own equipment. With improved
facilities for storage of tools, the system of distributing tools and supplies from our
central warehouse operates very satisfactorily.
Ferries.—No special work was carried out on the Ladner-Woodward Ferry or on
the Barnston Island Ferry, both of which continued to give satisfactory service. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 15
River-bank Protection.—The Department contributed toward the cost of further
river-bank protection-work carried out by Delta Municipality in the vicinity of Canoe
Pass Bridge.
Dewdney Electoral District.
Construction.—The chief work undertaken was the reconstruction of about one-
half mile of the Trans-Canada Highway in the vicinity of Hunter Creek (Mile 90.72).
The highway was realigned, widened, and gravel-surfaced to standard widths and
fenced, all by day-labour.
Bridges.—An important innovation was the construction of a tied steel-arch bridge
(135-foot 2-inch face-to-face ballast walls) over Silver Creek, at the new highway
diversion to Hedstrom Hill. The reinforced concrete abutments were each 27 feet in
length, making the over-all length of the structure 189 feet 2 inches. The deck of 6%
inches uniform thickness and the fences (3 feet above 12-inch curb) were constructed
of reinforced concrete. Except for the erection of the steelwork, this bridge was constructed by day-labour, the workmanship being a decided credit to all who contributed
. thereto.
Snow-removal.—A comparatively mild winter was experienced and snow-removal
activities were practically nil. The usual snow-fencing was erected as a precautionary
measure in the easterly part of the district.
Chilliwack Electoral District.
The only new construction was the 0.17-mile diversion of the Cultus Lake Road,
south of Cultus Creek Bridge.
The Trans-Canada Highway was substantially improved in four places. To replace
the Great Northern Railway overhead bridge (No. 5-70) with 18-inch metal culvert and
fill, one-third of a mile east of Mile 40.2 was regraded, gravelled, and surfaced with
double spray-coat; approximately 11,000 cubic yards of material were utilized in this
grade revision undertaken by our own forces.
The grade of this highway at Chilliwack Dyke (Mile 63.50) was cut down, the
culvert extended with 36-inch concrete pipe, and the road-bed widened. The new
gravel surface was treated with a double spray-coat.
At Mercer Creek (Mile 72.64) and Innes Creek (Mile 75.45) respectively, the old
timber bridges were replaced by 41-inch concrete culvert pipe and fill.
In addition to the bituminous surfacing referred to, the following portions of the
Trans-Canada Llighway received attention: 4r, from west boundary of Matsqui Municipality (Mile 36.42), 0.78 mile of single spray; 6r, Delair Road (Mile 46.19) to pump-
house (Mile 55.64), 9.45 miles of single spray; 5-13, Mile 86.1 to Mile 89.81 (Chilli-
waek-Dewdney boundary), 3.71 miles of mulch.
The Cultus Lake Road (No. 5-6) south of the Chilliwack municipal boundary was
resurfaced 18 feet wide with mulch for *4 mile. The Department contributed half the
cost of the mulch resurface on the classified portion of this road (0.88 mile), undertaken by the Chilliwack Municipality.
Bridges.—No new bridges on new sites were constructed, but the old timber trestle
at Atchelitz Creek (on 8r) was replaced by a creosoted pile-trestle six bays, five-pile
bents. Reinforced concrete abutments were' each built on thirteen creosoted piles.
The floor-slab (6 to 7% inches) and the fences (3 feet 3 inches above 12-inch concrete
curb) were also constructed in reinforced concrete. Except for dismantling the old
structure and driving of piles, the work was efficiently and expeditiously undertaken by
day-labour.
Pursuing the policy to replace bridges by culverts and fills where physically possible,
two bridges on the Popcum Road were substituted by 18-inch wood culverts and gravel-
fills.
Chief among the maintenance-work on bridges was the reinforcement and redeck-
ing of the 160-foot Howe truss and repairs to piers of the Vedder River Bridge.
With a view to reconstruction, surveys were made and materials purchased for the
Barton Ditch and Dunville Creek Bridges on Trans-Canada Highway 8r, east of Chilliwack City. T 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Ferries.—Weather and river conditions being normal, it was possible to operate
the Rosedale-Agassiz Ferry daily without interruption throughout the year.
River-bank Protection.—Yearly remedial steps are taken to safeguard our roads
and bridges in the vicinity of the Vedder River from the ravages of flood waters and
sudden freshets. During this fiscal year considerable clearing and excavation by bulldozer was undertaken, both above and below the Vedder River Bridge.
Snow-removal.—There was no snow-removal.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4 (YALE, KAMLOOPS, SALMON ARM, REVELSTOKE, NORTH AND SOUTH OKANAGAN, AND SIMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, W. Ramsay, Kamloops.
Kamloops Electoral District.
Maintenance and Tax-work.—During the fiscal year 1941-42 the policy of regular
grading and general maintenance of all the heavier travelled main roads was continued,
and, where possible, a portion of District Vote funds was also used in minor improvements and short revision, which included the widening of dangerous points and completion of small diversions started in previous years. Improvements as a result of
this policy were particularly noticeable on the section of the North Thompson Road
between Kamloops and Birch Island and also on the Kamloops section of the Kamloops-
Merritt Road.
In addition to the district appropriation for maintenance, taxpayers who were
authorized to work off taxes were also engaged on similar work, including gravelling
and the partial construction of a 1-mile diversion on the North Thompson at Darfield.
Major Reconstruction.—Three highways benefited from funds authorized for major
reconstruction—namely, the Trans-Canada, Kamloops-Merritt, and North Thompson.
On the Trans-Canada, 1.5 miles were standardized near Cornwall Lodge between
Mile 262.85 and Mile 264.35. The width of road-bed is 34 feet and finished with gravel
surfacing, and the completion of this work provides a 4-mile stretch ready for mulch
surface.
On Kamloops-Merritt Road a dangerous curve on Mile 3 was eliminated by the
construction and gravel surfacing of 0.75 mile of a diversion on good alignment.
On the North Thompson the work consisted of raising low stretches of grade;
widening, placing additional culverts, and gravel surfacing preparatory to placing a
double flush-coat 14 feet wide on 7.5 miles between Mile 3 and Mile 10.5 at Rayleigh.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 3.77 miles of mulch, 18 feet wide, was laid on
the Trans-Canada; 7.5 miles of double spray-coat on the North Thompson; and 0.6 mile
of double spray on Brocklehurst or Airport Road. In addition, all surfaced roads were
patched regularly and kept in a good state of repair.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was unusually light, and consequently no trouble was
experienced in keeping roads open during the winter months, although considerable
work was necessary in the frequent sanding of icy sections, particularly on the grades.
There are now in Kamloops District approximately 1.8 miles of timber snow-
fencing, the longer portions of this being on the Kamloops-Merritt Road, where, in
a bad winter, much heavy drifting takes place.
Buildings and Driveways.—An addition to the garage building at Kamloops was
completed, excepting the painting, and is now available for stock-room, paint-room,
and general storage.
The driveways serving the Government offices and Police headquarters were
gravelled and afterwards treated with a double spray-coat.
Bridges. — No major bridge-construction was undertaken during 1941-42, but
bridges were examined periodically and the necessary repair or reconstruction work
was carried out on thirty-three structures. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 17
Yale Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Annual maintenance was carried out during the year in the usual
manner, consisting mainly of grading, gravelling, brushing, clearing slides and rock-
falls, snow and ice removal, and patching maintenance of bituminous surfaces.
Throughout most of the summer season a shovel and crew were employed in removing slough on the Trans-Canada highway and permanent slides in the Thompson section
of the highway. Due to weather conditions, rock falls and slides were a troublesome
item, occupying much of the time of the maintenance crews. Actual snow-removal was
of small proportions, but icy conditions were frequent, requiring sanding and sometimes removal, markedly in the Fraser Canyon, where subsurface water builds ice-caps
on the highway in certain sections.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Bituminous surfacing consisted of 12.10 miles of flush-
coat, Mile 142 to Mile 154.1, Trans-Canada Highway.
Bridges.—The bridges On the Trans-Canada Highway and in the Yale District were
constructed, repaired, and maintained as required.
Ferries.—North Bend Ferry operated as usual throughout the year.
Yale (South) District.
(Under District No. 3 only.)
Although the redistribution of electoral districts took effect in July, 1941,
the portion of the district between Silver Creek (the new boundary) and the Fraser
River at Hope continued to be administered from District No. 3 until the end of the
fiscal year. The most important undertaking was the construction, by contract, of the
new route of the Trans-Canada Highway from Silver Creek (Mile 96.2) to Hedstrom
Hill (Mile 97.1). Besides eliminating a right angle turn at the old Silver Creek
Bridge, the distance has been shortened by % mile.
With a view to improving the alignment at the southerly approach to the Fraser
River Bridge at Hope, the right-of-way was acquired for the diversion at the east end
of Water Street. In March a contract was awarded for the filling of the approaches
at both ends of this structure by materials obtained from excavation of the short
diversion of the Hope-Yale Section of the Trans-Canada Highway at the north end
of the bridge. At the end of the fiscal year the clearing and grubbing had been completed and 25 per cent, of the grading undertaken.
Bridges. — Renewal of part of the north approach and footings of the south
approach to the Fraser River Bridge, Hope, and repairs to the Howe truss of Coqui-
halla Bridge were the only works undertaken.
Snow-removal.—Sanding of hills was responsible for any expenditures under this
heading.
Salmon Arm Electoral District.
Roads.—Construction: Two miles of the Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 314.8 to
Mile 316.8, were reconstructed to standard.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance was carried out on all roads. Advantage
was taken of the open winter to do a considerable amount of gravelling on the Trans-
Canada Highway. A quarter of a mile of this highway west of Malakwa was raised
and widened.
Considerable damage was done, about midsummer, to roads in the vicinity of
Pritchard and Westwold by cloudbursts.
Surfacing.—Bituminous surfacing, mostly in the vicinity of Salmon Arm, was
done as follows: One mile new mulch surface, 1% miles of resurface, and 5% miles of
single spray-coat. •
In addition, the main street of the Village of Chase was given a single spray-coat
the full width of the street.
Bridges.—Ten small bridges were rebuilt; also Scotch Creek Bridge (60-foot King
truss and 60 feet of trestle) was renewed on revised alignment on down-stream side
of old bridge; and Adams River Bridge (140-foot Howe truss and 128 feet of frame
trestle) was rebuilt throughout, with the exception of the Howe truss and the east pier.
Nine small bridges were replaced by culverts and fills. T 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Ferries.—Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry and Ducks Ferry both operated without
interruption throughout the year.
Snow-removal.—Nil. The intermittent light snowfalls which occurred resulted in
very slippery road conditions at times and considerable sanding had to be undertaken.
Revelstoke Electoral District.
Maintenance of Roads.—Regular maintenance was carried out to main, trunk, and
local roads. All the main roads received regular grading. Considerable ditching was
carried out and several culverts renewed.
Extensive improvements were made, on the Revelstoke West Road, where a section
approximately 1 mile long was widened to standard width. On the Revelstoke-Arrow-
head Road a section approximately % mile long was raised 4 feet.
All main roads in the district, with the exception of the Big Bend Highway, were
ploughed of snow and kept open to traffic. Snowfall was exceptionally light during
the season.
Maintenance of Bridges.—Bridges were maintained and many received new decks.
The west approach of the Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke was replaced by a fill
and a new concrete pier put in.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Two miles of new double spray-coat were laid on the Big
Bend Highway and 0.33 mile of the Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road; 0.50 mile of single
spray-coat was laid on the Revelstoke West Road.
North Okanagan Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all highways and tributary
roads. Improvements were made at various points by widening and improving the
side drainage-ditches; a number of culverts were renewed, and considerable gravelling
was done by tax-workers.
Surfacing.—Three and one-half miles of asphalt-mulch surfacing was completed
on the Okanagan Highway.
Construction.—On the Trans-Provincial Highway No. 1, south of the Salmon Arm
boundary, 3.3 miles were widened to standard and conditioned for paving, and 4.7 miles
on the Vernon-Edgewood Road were widened, gravelled, and drainage improved, and
1% miles constructed to standard on new grade and alignment.
Bridges.—Necessary repairs were carried out on nine bridges and four were
rebuilt.    A 60-foot King truss was placed over Cherry Creek.
Snow-removal.—No ploughing had to be done, the snowfall being exceptionally
light.    Expenditure was confined to sanding and removal of ice from culverts.
South Okanagan Electoral District.
Roads.—Reconstruction was carried out during the year as follows:—
Okanagan Highway: From Winfield, south 1.4 miles, and from Postill, north 1
mile, the highway was reconstructed on improved alignment and gradient.
Between Westside ferry-landing and Westbank three short diversions, totalling
1 mile, were made and an additional 0.4 mile raised and gravelled.
South from Summerland 1.5 miles were reconstructed on improved alignment and
gradient.
Okanagan Centre Road: Between Winfield and Okanagan Centre 1.5 miles were
reconstructed on improved alignment.
North Naramata Road: From Naramata Junction north 0.8 mile was reconstructed
on improved alignment and gradient.
The following bituminous surfacing was carried out: 0.42 mile new mulch; 1.93
miles mulch renewed; 2.45 miles new double spray-coat; 4.23 miles double spray-coat
renewed;  and 3.8 miles of single spray-coat on double spray-coat surface.
Maintenance was carried out on all roads and many minor improvements made.
Snowfall was light and all roads were open throughout the winter.
Bridges.—Ten small bridges were reconstructed, two of these, McDougall Creek
No. 1 and Mill Creek No. 1, being 26-foot stringers on concrete abutments. Minor
repairs were made to other structures. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 19
Ferries.—The ferry M.S. " Pendozi " operated throughout the year without any
delay to traffic. During the time the summer schedule was in effect the number of
daily round trips was increased from twenty-two to twenty-five. On the winter schedule
one trip was added.
Similkameen Electoral District.
Roads, Maintenance.—Throughout the district all roads were adequately maintained.
Reconstruction.—Major reconstruction at Keremeos consisted of 1 mile. Grade
was elevated 3 inches and treated with a bituminous spray-coat.
Grade on Bridge Street, Princeton, was elevated, drained, and put into shape for
bituminous mulch, but on account of adverse weather conditions the mulch surfacing
had to be postponed until the next season.
Penticton-Oliver section of the Okanagan Highway was reconstructed and treated
with a bituminous spray-coat, for a distance of 1.52 miles.
Copper Mountain Road No. 24 was realigned and gravelled for a distance of 3.30
miles. In addition, several bad curves were improved between Mile 7 and Mile 8 on
Wolf Creek Hill.
On the Hedley-Princeton section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway near
Hedley, minor improvements were carried out in preparation for bituminous mulch.
Bridges.—All bridges throughout the district were kept in good repair and a number of smaller bridges reconstructed or replaced with culvert.
Marron Valley Bridge No. 1 over Yellow Lake Creek was redecked longitudinally
on cross-ties.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was normal, but weather conditions were such as to
require almost continuous sanding on the hills and elevated curves on the highways.
Sidewalks.—About 800 feet of sidewalk were laid down in Hedley; 300 feet in
Princeton; and 0.5 mile in the Oliver-Osoyoos section of the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway at Oliver.
Traffic.—Traffic was not delayed from any cause during the year.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5   (CRANBROOK, FERNIE, AND COLUMBIA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, E. S. Jones, Cranbrook.
Cranbrook Electoral District.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highivay.—The non-skid seal of 18.55 miles between
Yahk and Lumberton was completed.
Seven-tenths mile of asphalt-mulch surface in the clay-silt area between Cranbrook
and Lumberton that had been giving considerable trouble was removed, back-filled, and
relaid.
East of Cranbrook, 2.8 miles of mulch surface were laid, further relocation was
proceeded with and some right-of-way cleared.
Kootenay-Columbia Highway.—A total of 3.86 miles of non-skid seal was completed and 0.7 mile of asphalt-mulch surface was removed, back-filled, and relaid.
General.—Four and one-half miles of new road were constructed south of Waldo, on
the west side of the Kootenay River, to give access to timber in that area. It is hoped
in the near future to continue the construction of this road as far as Newgate.
Extensive lumbering operations in the vicinity of St. Mary Lake justified a general
reconditioning of the St. Mary Lake Road; a diversion was completed at Matthew
Creek, eliminating a section of 23-per-cent. grade and bad alignment and substituting
a 7-per-cent. grade on tangent.    One bridge was replaced by a fill and two renewed.
Considerable improvements were carried out in Kimberley; 1,846 square yards of
mulch asphalt were laid, several new streets were opened up and graded, and % mile
of double flush-coat was laid on McKenzie Street to eliminate the dust nuisance for the
residents there.
Throughout the district two bridges were renewed, three replaced by culverts and
fills, and ten were repaired. T 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
The snowfall was very light, 232 miles of road were kept open at a total cost of
$8.25 per mile, the ploughs covering 2,973 snow-plough-miles.
Ice conditions were bad and trucks were sanding continuously; the addition of
calcium chloride with the abrasive was found to be most effective.
Fernie Electoral District.
A total of 4.32 miles of mulch surfacing was completed between Mileage 581.5 and
586.5, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Bridge No. 87, Fernie Park, was reconstructed at a cost of $598.69.
The trestle approaches of Bridge No. 2, Hosmer, and Bridge No. 9, Michel Mouth,
have been partially filled.    This work will be completed during the present year.
Snow conditions were very light but, owing to alternate rain and frost, ice had to
be contended with, making it necessary to keep crews and trucks continually on the job
sanding the worst stretches to keep roads open to traffic.
Columbia Electoral District.
During the month of April, 1941, considerable work was done on the Golden-
Leanchoil Road to get it in usable condition after the Dominion forces ceased work
between Mile 5 and Mile 14, east of Golden.
Approximately 4 miles of the latest type of wheel-guard was installed and painted
during the summer months between Golden and Leanchoil. During the latter part of
the year 4% miles of the upper portion of this road was heavily gravelled.
One mile east of Golden, a high crib which was becoming a menace to traffic was
removed and a large yardage of gravel which the crib supported was removed and used
on the Big Bend Road.
The Big Bend Road had a large number of slides and washouts in the spring, and
a crew was kept busy for several months getting it in condition for the summer traffic.
On Mile 0 to Mile 1, west of Golden, the right-of-way was widened from 33 to 50
feet and the road was reconstructed with gravel taken from the Golden-Leanchoil
Road; this stretch of road 1 mile long and only 33 feet wide constituted a bottle-neck
on the Trans-Canada Highway and the additional width adds greatly to both the convenience and the appearance of the road.
On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway leading south from Golden to Cranbrook,
2 miles of reconstruction were carried out from Mile 2 to Mile 4.
Farther south on this road considerable work was done by the Government crews,
gravelling and replacing culverts.
Approximately 3% miles of a double spray surface were laid down at Windermere
and Invermere.
The main roads were kept open all winter; as the snowfall was lighter than usual
no serious trouble was encountered;   a mechanical sander was used on icy roads.
Considerable work was done on the bridges in the district; one new bridge, 434
feet long, was constructed over the Columbia River 5 miles south of Golden.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5a (NELSON-CRESTON, GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD, KASLO-SLOCAN, AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL-ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, E. Smith, Nelson.
-    Nelson-Creston Electoral District.
Roads. — Major reconstruction was carried out only on the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway, and then only on two sections—that is, Nelson-Castlegar and
Creston-Goatfell.
The most important project was the Taghum Hill, on the Nelson-Castlegar section,
4 miles west of Nelson. The total length of the project is 1.9 miles. This section
was not completed, but sufficient work was done to carry the traffic through the winter
on the new work.
A section of the Beasley Bluff, on the Nelson-Castlegar Highway, 7 miles west of
Nelson, was removed. Okanagan Highway.    Looking north near Winfield.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.    Waterman Hill Diversion, looking north, 12 miles
south of Penticton.  DISTRICT REPORTS. T 21
On the Creston-Goatfell section of the highway a widening programme was
carried out.    A total of 3 miles of road was reconstructed to a 30-foot road-bed.
Reconstruction on a minor scale was done on the Nelson-Nelway and Nelson-Kaslo
roads. On the Nelson-Nelway Road at Apex the work consisted of widening and
realignment, all in solid rock. On the Nelson-Kaslo Road several through rock-cuts
were day-lighted.
Utilizing the labour and trucks of farmers working out taxes, a gravel-surfacing
programme was carried out in the Creston District; and gravel was spread on the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Creston and Wynndel and also on many
of the local farm roads.
Between the Sheep Creek Road and Nelway 3 miles of the Nelson-Nelway Highway
were given a heavy coat of pit-run gravel.
Bituminous Surfacing.—This work was confined to recapping 0.45 mile of asphaltic
mulch surfacing and respraying 6.75 miles of flush-coat surface, all on the Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway, by our own equipment.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was exceptionally light, but a great deal of ice-
control work was carried out; frost-damage was unusually severe by reason of no
snow insulation and very low temperatures following immediately after heavy rains.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District.
During the past fiscal year a revision was made on the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway No. 3 at Hammer Hill, about iy2 miles west of Grand Forks (M.P. 256.5).
The new revision follows the old Great Northern right-of-way grade for approximately
5 miles, eliminates a very bad section of the old highway, and provides good alignment,
grade, and width of road-bed.    This section is completed except for final gravelling.
A much-needed job of widening in the Rock Creek Canyon, 9 miles west of Rock
Creek, was carried out, greatly improving one dangerous section of the No. 3 highway,
where two cribbings had moved out.
Some material was purchased during the year for spray-coat work, but owing to
adverse weather conditions only small patching and repair jobs could be done.
Considerable ditching, grading, and gravelling were carried out during the year
over the entire length of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, as well as on local
roads.
Bridges were repaired and several small bridges and culverts replaced. High
Bridge No. 53 and Kettle River Bridge No. 61 were reconstructed. New stringers,
flooring, and other major replacements were made on the Overhead Trestle Bridge
No. 124.
Snowfall during the past winter was the lightest in many years and traffic was
maintained continually during the winter. Owing to the deep penetration of the frost,
all roads were badly broken up during the spring thaw, causing heavy traffic to be
suspended for several weeks.
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District.
General.—All highways were well maintained throughout the year. Considerable
work was carried out by tax and relief labour, with the result that our roads were kept
in excellent shape throughout the year.
Major Programme.—Reconstruction of 2.50 miles on the Slocan-Arrow Lakes
Highway at Vallican was completed by day-labour; this completes a 9-mile diversion
commenced in 1936.
At Rosebery Hill, on the same highway, 1.70 miles have been reconstructed by day-
labour, bringing the road to standard width with better alignment.    Section completed.
At Brouse, on the same highway, 2.50 miles were reconstructed by day-labour;
the whole grade revised and the road standardized.    Section completed.
On the Nelson-Kaslo Road 0.80 mile was reconstructed through solid rock by contract, converting a narrow road to standard width.    Section completed.
On the Nakusp-Arrowhead Road work on 1 mile was commenced, but owing to-
heavy rains and soft ground grading was not completed. T 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 0.92 mile of double spray-coat was laid through
Slocan City and 0.28 mile on Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highwav, continuing from Slocan
City.
Mining Roads and Trails.—Owing to the inactivity in mining very few trails
received any attention.
Bridges.—Fifty-eight bridges received minor, and many of them extensive, repairs.
Three new ones were constructed. One trestle bridge over Krao Creek, on the Nelson-
Kaslo Road; one over Trozzo Creek, on the Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway; and a
60-foot King truss over Whatchan River, on the Whatchan Road.
Ferries.—The ferries at Needles and East- Arrow Park operated throughout the
year continuously, and gave excellent service and no trouble.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal has been light; only 1,240 snow-plough miles have
been recorded by our plough operators.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District.
Road-construction.—Trail-Salmo Road: A section of 1.69 miles of this road at
Beaver Falls was relocated, constructed, and gravelled to standard specifications
during the year. The contract for this work was awarded to the A. H. Green Construction Company, Nelson. Work commenced June 9th and was satisfactorily completed by the end of September.
Castlegar-Trail Road: An asphaltic premix sidewalk was constructed through
Castlegar village, on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, with guard-rails; thus
completing this work which was started in the fall of 1940.
Maintenance of Roads.—Due to abnormal rainfall this work was very heavy this
year. Several cloudbursts occurred during the season in the vicinity of Trail, and a
great deal of mud and debris was brought down on the roads.
Bridges.—No new bridges were built. Existing bridges were maintained during
the year. An old bridge on the old Trail-Rossland Road was replaced by a culvert and
fill at a cost of $520.61.
Bituminous Surfacing.—No new work was done during the year. Existing pavement was patched where necessary.
Snow-removal.—The Rossland-Cascade section of Highway No. 3 was again kept
open throughout the winter. Snowfall was much lighter than usual, but heavy rains
and frost caused a great deal of work in removing ice and sanding hills. All the main
roads were kept open until the usual spring break-up in March.
A suitable site for a shop and warehouse, etc., was purchased in Rossland during
the year. We also purchased an asphalt storage tank of 8,600 gallons capacity. This
tank is conveniently located on a C.P.R. spur-track at Rossland.
Temporary shop accommodation was provided by renting the Hanson Garage
building in Rossland and the shop equipment moved from the old Relief Camp buildings
at Rock Creek.
Following revision of electoral boundaries, Rossland-Trail District acquired 28.38
miles of road from the Nelson-Creston District and 16.75 miles of road from Kaslo-
Slocan District.
Ferries. — Castlegar Ferry was kept in continuous twenty-four-hour service
throughout the year. During the fall the scow was hauled out and recaulked by C. F.
McDougall's bridge crew from Nelson. While this work was being done service was
maintained by using the Fauquier-Needles Ferry; this in turn being replaced by a
rented barge and tug.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6  (LILLOOET AND CARIBOO ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, O. P. Roberts, Williams Lake.
Lillooet Electoral District.
General.—Maintenance-work was carried out on all roads throughout the year.
Unusually heavy fall rains were responsible for washouts and the collapse of a number DISTRICT REPORTS. T 23
of old log cribs in the Moha-Lillooet-Lytton area. These were replaced during the
winter months.
Construction and Reconstruction.—Further progress was made on the Squamish-
Britannia Beach Road by contract-work; 18,430 cubic yards, of which 11,569 were solid
rock, were excavated. Reconstruction-work was carried out at Miles 12-14 and 30 oh
the Lytton-Lillooet Road.
Bridges.—Major renewal construction consisted of replacing the South Fork
Bridge, on the Bridge River Road, with a 140-foot Howe truss and 183 feet of trestle
approaches. Also a start was made on the renewal of the Wards Ferry Bridge with
two 90-foot Howe trusses and six bays of trestle approaches. All of standard 15-ton
design. A 60-foot King truss was salvaged from the Mamquam Bridge at Squamish
and erected over Shannon Creek to replace the old structure carried away by the
November flood, which also carried away 150 feet of the Mamquam Bridge. Four
trestle structures were renewed in the Pemberton area and minor repairs were made
to a number of structures throughout the district.
Ferries.—The usual maintenance was carried out and a start made on the construction of a standard 5-ton reaction type ferry across the Fraser River at Lytton.
Surfacing.—A double spray-coat was applied to 13.72 miles of the Trans-Canada
Highway north of Spences Bridge. On the Cariboo Highway at Clinton 0.6 mile of
double spray-coat was applied.
Flood-damage.—Further flood-damage occurred at Squamish and Pemberton areas.
River-protection work was carried out at the Schoonover Slough, also at the Cheakamus
and Mamquam Rivers in the Squamish Valley. River-bank protection-work was carried
out and channels of Ryan Creek and the Lillooet River were cleared of logs. Roads
were also repaired, after the flood damage at Pemberton.
Snow-removal.—Another mild winter was experienced with only a fair amount of
snow in some sections.
.North Cariboo Electoral District.
General Maintenance and Minor Betterments.—General maintenance was carried
out on all trunk and main roads.
A 2-mile diversion at Alexandria, eliminating a level crossing and an overhead
crossing, steep grades and bad curvatures, was started and is 95 per cent, completed.
A 1-mile diversion at 6-Mile hill on the Barkerville Road was built.
At Jack of Clubs Lake, near Wells, the highway was widened and improved for
1.5 miles and a new fill made at Island Mountain, about x/i mile.
Red Bluff Diversion was completed, also North Boundary project and Hixon
Creek fill.
Again, farmers worked out their taxes and much good work was accomplished.
Ferries.—A new ferry was built for Macalister.
Bridges.—Mud River Bridge and Bear Lake Bridge were renewed; Jack of Clubs
flume built;   Fraser River Bridge was redecked.
Snow-removal.—Again the snowfall was very light and very little ploughing
necessary.    The heaviest fall occurred at Barkerville.
South Cariboo Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Over 2,000 miles of road were maintained during the year. The
unusually wet weather for the Cariboo called for particular attention to culvert installation and drainage-ditches. Sixteen thousand cubic yards of gravel were placed on the
highways, towards the cost of which tax-work was of great assistance.
Construction and Reconstruction.—Two and one-quarter miles of the main Cariboo
Highway were reconstructed during the season, eliminating dangerous curvature and
steep gradients. Work also was completed on a diversion at Whisky Creek, on the
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road. Work was commenced on the Wells Gray Park Road
and a section of the Canim Lake Road was reconstructed.
Bridges.—All bridges were kept in good repair. The Chilcotin Suspension Bridge
was redecked and the westerly approach reconstructed, greatly improving the structure. T 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Beaver Valley and McClinchy Bridges were rebuilt and a new pile bridge was built over
the Horsefly River to replace the Woodjam Ferry.
Snow-removal.—For the third year in succession snow-removal was light.    Ice
conditions, however, were bad and considerable sanding was carried out.
■ Buildings.—All buildings and grounds were adequately maintained.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7  (PRINCE RUPERT, ATLIN, AND SKEENA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, J. C. Brady, Prince Rupert.
Skeena Electoral District.
Labour.—Owing to increased activity in war production, work, and enlistments,
a shortage of labour was making itself felt as men left the district for this other work.
However, the necessary work was carried out.
Highway Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained during
the year. Much effective work was done by settlers working out taxes on roads in the
vicinity of their farms. Seven thousand cubic yards of gravel were spread by maintenance gangs.
Highway-construction.—A contract on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
No. 16 from Mile 121.8 to Mile 125.8 was completed. An additional contract for 4 miles
from Mile 125.8 to Mile 129.77 was let and was 25 per cent, completed at March 31st,
1942. Two minor reconstruction projects were carried out on Highway No. 16; one
at Mile 203, where the road was raised and widened for 0.67 mile, and one at Mile 224.5,
where % mile of road was built to a new location.
Kalum Road No. 43, north of Terrace, was widened and straightened for 10 miles
and considerable work was done in widening Lakelse Lake Road No. 52 and Remo Road
No. 7, also in the vicinity of Terrace. A total of 26,250 cubic yards of gravel was used
on construction and reconstruction.
Mining Roads and Trails.—The Rocher Deboule mining-trail for 8.5 miles and the
Red Rose mining-trail for 2.5 miles were rebuilt into a truck-road for the development
of the Red Rose tungsten mine. Work was carried out on nine other mining-trails in
the district during the year.
Bridges.—Laird's Slough Bridge No. 126 at Remo was rebuilt, the old piling being
cut down 18 inches and new capping- and decking being placed thereon. The deck of the
Skeena River Bridge No. 135 at Terrace was renewed, with the exception of the main
steel span. Four small bridges on the trail north of Kispiox were rebuilt. At Terrace,
16%-Mile Bridge No. 277 and 11-Mile No. 249 were replaced by culvert and fill.
Minor repairs were carried out on fifty-three other bridges throughout the district.
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained during the year. Construction of new
pontoons for the Hazelton Ferry was commenced. A new ferry-house for the Hazelton
ferryman was built.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Patching was applied where necessary during the year.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was general throughout the district, making it necessary
to plough 319% miles for a total of 2,5321/2 snow-plough miles.
Prince Rupert Electoral District.
Prince Rupert and Vicinity.—Roads.—No new construction was undertaken on
No. 9 Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, but the road was resurfaced with crushed
rock from Mile 3 to Mile 5 (from city limits of Prince Rupert). A survey with plans
and estimate was made from Mile 0 to Mile 0.65 for the purpose of improving this
section of the road in the future. Early in March, 1942, six survey parties were placed
in the field between Prince Rupert and Cedarvale for the purpose of finally locating this
highway for early construction of the entire route in conjunction with the Dominion
Government.
Port Simpson roads were improved and 410 lineal feet of Horton Street opened up.
Board-walks are gradually being replaced by surfaced roads.
Work at Jap Inlet has been a continuation of last year's work of removing boardwalks and replacing with rock and clam-shell. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 25
Osland (Smith Island) sidewalks were put back in shape after a fire which
destroyed a considerable amount of stringers.
Oona River roads are being improved.
Bridges—Galloway Rapids Bridge had several new sills and posts put in the trestle
approaches.
McBride Street Foot-bridge has had all bents on the approaches renewed; also
considerable redecking.
Osland Bridge had new posts and caps put in and considerable redecking.
Jap Inlet Bridge was completely renewed.
Wharves.—Extensive work was carried out on Prince Rupert Wharf this year.
No. 1 Shed was redecked; old ice-house removed; new joists put in where necessary
and landing platform strengthened. ' No. 2 Shed had ice-house removed; new joists
and ceiling with decking renewed. No. 4 Shed had old ice-house taken out and a new
one put in.
A new crib dolphin was put in at the Cow Bay Floats.
Snowfall.—Snowfall was light this winter; only one ploughing being necessary;
12 miles being kept open, making 48 snow-plough miles.
Queen Charlotte Islands (South End).—A contract was let to reconstruct the Port
Clements-Tlell Road No. 18 from Mile 0.68 to Mile 6.1; the old planks to be taken up
and replaced by a graded and gravelled road 16 feet wide. Bridges were built at
Kumdis and Woodpile Creeks;  some culverts installed, corduroy cut and clearing done.
Three new bridges were built. Damage to Breakwater at Mile 14 (from Port
Clements) was repaired by putting in 109 new posts and. filling between with brush.
Road moved back at Mile 19.6 where erosion had made it unsafe for traffic. Repairs
made at Mile 21.5, widening it back to make it safe temporarily, and a survey was made
for a diversion on more permanent location; road moved back to new survey at Mile
27-28 and ditched and surfaced same.
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate Road No. 25: Bad corner cut back at rock-cut at
Mile 38 (from Port Clements), moving approximately 200 cubic yards of rock and
filling the hollows on each side of the cut to improve the grade. Cut back corner at
Mile 37.5 and put in small box culvert to carry off water lying on inside of road.
Approximately 75 cubic yards of rock excavated and dumped to widen at side of road.
A location survey was made from Queen Charlotte City to the cemetery, a distance
of about \y_ miles.    The present means of reaching the cemetery is by boat.
Dunroe Road No. 8: Work was commenced of cutting down the hill near the
junction with Road No. 17. The material turned out to be of a wet, spongy nature
after the hill was cut into, and we did not have the proper machinery available to move
it into the fill; 3,130 cubic yards were excavated and a cedar log culvert installed. At
the Kumdis Island end, the right-of-way was cut out 20 feet wide and roughly levelled
for about % mile.
Port Clements-Mayer Lake Road No. 17: Foundations repaired under south end
of bridge No. 56 at Kumdis Slough.
Sandspit-Copper Bay Road No. 17:   General maintenance and brushing out curves.
Repairs made to the Sewell-Tassoo Trail.
A reconnaissance survey was made from Tlell to Tow Hill, along the east coast of
Graham Island, to compare with reconnaissance previously made from Port Clements
to Masset.
Queen Charlotte Islands (North End).—Old Masset-New Masset Road No. 16:
Reconstruction from Mile 0.2 to Mile 0.8 and from Mile 2.2 to Mile 2.4, where old plank
wheel-tracks were torn out and replaced by gravel and shell hauled from beach to make
a more permanent road-bed.
Masset-Tow Hill Road No. 5: No major work was carried out; operations being
chiefly confined to maintenance, more especially near Mileage 14 (from Masset), where
the road is too close to the sea-shore and is subject to floods at high tides.
Piling was replaced in Delkatlah Bridge and Chown Bridge and repairs made to
Sangan Bridge. T 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Masset streets and sidewalks were kept in repair. Two hundred feet of sidewalk
were built from Collison Avenue along Main Street to the Indian Agent's office. Short
pieces of streets and lanes cleared at various places to give access to buildings.
A new 500-gallon water-tank was installed at the Masset Police quarters.
Atlin Electoral District.
South Atlin.—In the Nass Valley the Gwinaha-Cranberry Road was improved by
widening and clearing; new culverts were constructed and ditches cleared for a distance of 4 miles.
At Alice Arm material was salvaged from the dismantled suspension bridge.
Brush was cleared from the Upper Kitsault Trail for a distance of 6 miles. The Dolly
Varden Railway was cleared of brush, windfalls, and rock-slides; the track ballasted,
ties renewed, trestles repaired or rebuilt, and an overhanging bluff at Mud Creek
Canyon Bridge removed.    The bridge itself at this point was renewed.
In the Stewart District the Bear River Road at Mile 11-12 was raised 2% feet and
the road widened and resurfaced. Small bridges were replaced by culverts of log
construction.
At Mile 7 on the Bear River Road (Ward's Pass) the road was diverted to the old
Canadian North-eastern Railway grade on water-level. Considerable cribbing had to
be done at the junction of the old road and the new grade, where the river had undermined the bank.    A large rock-slide was cleared.
Big Missouri Road was widened by the removal of rock points at Mile 0.5 and
Mile 0.75 and Mile 2. Grades were improved and considerable gravelling done.
Ditches were cleared and the drainage system improved.
Salmon River Road to Premier mine was widened by the removal of three bad rock
points and the switchbacks widened. New ditches were excavated and culverts constructed, considerably improving the drainage.
Stikine.—Work on the Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake Road consisted of widening in
many places and ditches and general drainage improved by the construction of new
culverts. Small bridges were replaced by culverts and a large amount of gravelling.
This work was done by the General Construction Company under the supervision of a
Resident Engineer.
The water system at Telegraph Creek Was thoroughly overhauled and new pipes
installed.
North Atlin.—The approaches to the airplane landing-field at Atlin were improved
by the use of the bulldozer in clearing and grubbing.
Spruce Creek Road was widened in places, ditched and gravelled, and at Noland's
mine the road was moved to a higher level for a distance of 550 feet. Fifteen miles of
road were graded and a bad turn cut out at Mile 6.
Birch Creek was regraded and gravelled where necessary.
Considerable work was done on the O'Donnel River Road. At Suicide Hill the
grade was lowered and the road widened. Culverts were repaired and several new
ones constructed; ditching and general drainage improved. The road was gravelled
where necessary.
Fourth of July Road was gravelled and several steep pitches cut down by the
bulldozer.
Considerable grading was done on the Surprise Lake Road. The road was widened
at Mile 7.5 and a fill put in at Mile 8.5. New culverts were constructed and gravelling
done where required.
Weather conditions were fairly good during the season and excellent progress was
made in all operations. DISTRICT REPORTS. T 27
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8 (FORT GEORGE AND OMINECA ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS).
District Engineer, J. W. Miers, Prince George.
Fort George Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—All travelled roads were maintained throughout the
year, the maintenance of farm and settlement roads being to a large extent carried out
by farmers working out their taxes.
Highway Reconstruction and Improvement. — Cariboo Road: Between Mileages
260.5 and 262.3, reconstruction of 1.8 miles to 32-foot road-bed width was carried out,
and the gravelling on this section completed. In the vicinity of Mile 274, 1.20 miles
were partially reconstructed to the above road-bed width, but, owing to weather conditions, work on this section had to be discontinued early in September, when only 40
per cent, complete. Widening, commenced the previous year on the hill east of the
Fraser River, near Prince George, at Mileage 291-292, was continued, but, as in the
previous instance, weather conditions necessitated closing down this work early in
September. After freeze-up, work was continued and two fills, aggregating approximately 10,000 yards, were made, but it was not possible to complete the work.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway: Immediately east of the Mud River Hill at
Mileages 480.4 and 484.4, 1 mile was reconstructed to 24-foot road-bed width and
gravelled. Construction was commenced on a new diversion in the vicinity of Squirrel
Creek, Mileages 471.5-472.6. The right-of-way was cleared, several heavy cuts and
fills were made, and one 36-inch concrete pipe culvert, 112 feet in length, was constructed on this diversion.
East from Sinclair Mills, Mileage 556.5: Reconstruction of 1.5 miles was commenced by contract. A number of timber culverts were constructed and some clearing,
grubbing, and grading carried out. Between Redpass Junction, Mileage 713, and
Rainbow, 5 miles of highway were constructed by contract to a 16-foot road-bed width.
Summit Lake Road: Approximately 1 mile of this road was reconstructed and
gravelled on improved alignment.
Fort George-Chief Lake: Between Mileages 12 and 14, V2 mile of right-of-way
was cleared on improved alignment and, in addition to this, % mile was reconstructed to
20-foot road-bed width and gravelled.
Bridges and Culverts.—The only new bridge constructed was the Big Bend trestle
on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway at Mileage 551. This structure is a pile
trestle 226 feet in length and approximately 30 feet high. Big Creek Bridge on the
same highway at Mileage 548 was reinforced, braced, and refloored. Grand Fork
Bridge on the same highway, between Tete Jaune and Red Pass, washed out during
the high-water period and was reconstructed with round timber. Minor repairs were
made to numerous other bridges.
Six 2- by 2-foot concrete box culverts were constructed in place on the Cariboo
Road, and two 36-inch concrete pipe culverts, one double and one single, on the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway. One concrete pipe culvert, 24 by 105 feet, was
also constructed on this highway at Mile 500. A considerable number of small box-
culverts were also constructed, using cedar timbers.
Ferries.—The reaction ferries at Isle Pierre and Croydon operated throughout the
season. At Miworth the only service maintained was by rowboat during the summer
months and cage during the winter. The construction of a new 5-ton reaction ferry
at this point was commenced but not completed. At Hansard construction was commenced on a new 10-ton reaction ferry, which will operate across the Fraser River.
Snow-removal.—One of the lightest snowfalls on record in the district was experienced, and snow-removal costs were extraordinarily light, being $3.03 per mile for the
203 miles of road kept open.
Omineca Electoral District (East).
Maintenance of Highways.—The maintenance of roads throughout the district was
carried out in the usual manner.    Farmers were permitted to work their taxes out on T 28 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
the various settlement roads, and considerable gravelling and improvements were made
on the main roads from this source. Approximately, 700 miles of road were maintained during the summer period. Owing to excessive rainfall during September and
October, it was extremely difficult to keep the roads in good condition.
Highivay Reconstruction and Improvement.—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway:
Immediately east of Engen, between Mile 410 and Mile 414, a 4-mile section was reconstructed to standard and gravel-surfaced. On the same road, between Mile 392 and
Mile 394, iy2 miles were gravelled. Immediately east of Endako, at Mile 375, work was
commenced in the widening of the Christian Hill. This work had to be discontinued
owing to the wet weather. Considerable gravelling was carried out west of Endako,
between Mile 356 and Mile 371. On the Clucultz Lake section, Mile 448 and Mile 455,
the clearing of right-of-way, 80 feet wide, was carried out. This 7-mile section has
now been all cleared and the slash disposed of.
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road: Four miles of reconstruction were carried out by
contract, immediately north of Dog Creek. Considerable gravelling was done between
Fort St. James and Pinchi Lake. Approximately, 5,000 cubic yards were placed on
this road.
Bridges.—Three small bridges were reconstructed, and repairs made to twenty
other bridges.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district were in operation as usual.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall throughout the district was particularly light, with the
exception of that section of road between Vanderhoof and Pinchi Lake. The total cost
of snow-removal was $3,049.68. In all, 295 miles of road were kept open during the
winter at an average cost of $10.34 per mile. Due to the heavy snowfall, the cost of
snow-removal was particularly high on the Vanderhoof-Pinchi Lake Road. Our
ploughs had to keep this road in particularly good condition, it being the only means of
access to the Pinchi Lake area.
Manson Creek and Pinchi Lake Roads: The cost of ploughing the road between
Fort St. James and Pinchi Lake was $40 per mile. The work was carried out largely
by truck-ploughs, and only on one occasion was it necessary to use tractor-ploughs.
Omineca Electoral District (West).
Maintenance of Highways.—General maintenance was carried out on 675 miles of
travelled road. Included in this mileage are the settlement roads, which were mostly
maintained by tax-workers.
Highivay Reconstruction and Improvement.—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,
Mile 265 to Mile 270: Owing to an exceedingly wet fall and the fact that suitable labour
was not available, this work was not completed. Approximately 50 per cent, remains to
be completed.
Colleymount Road: Two and one-half miles of 16-foot road were constructed at
the western end of this road to connect with No. 90, Houston-Wistaria Road, and the
head of Francois Lake. This road serves as an outlet for settlers living south of
Francois Lake.
Settlers' Roads: Between Mile 13 and on No. 80, North Francois, and Lot 4516,
V2 mile of dirt road was constructed as an outlet to the settlement in that area.
Snow-removal.—During the winter the snowfall was somewhat lighter than usual,
so that most snow-removal was done by truck-ploughs. The tractor outfits were only
used in the cases of heavy drifts or in opening up roads, where the snow was too heavy
to be handled by truck-ploughs. A total of 294 miles of road was kept open at a cost
of $6.76 per mile.
Bridges.—Numerous small trestles were reconstructed or repaired, but no major
work was carried out.
Ferries.—Service was maintained by the Francois Lake Ferry. Considerable difficulty was experienced with ice forming in the wharf bay, on the north-west side of
the lake. The laying of a new deck on the ferry and installation of additional ventilators were completed.    Renewal of the North Shore wharf was commenced.
Mining Roads and Trails. — No. 2/55 Owen Lake Road: Some culverts were
renewed and bad places gravelled. ...............
Repair and maintenance of road machinery.    Above:   Repair-work on " 60 " caterpillar
tractor.    Below:   Part of the machine-shop in one of the Public Works repair depots.  DISTRICT REPORTS. T 29
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8a  (PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL DISTRICT).
District Engineer, F. J. Clark, Pouce Coupe.
Peace River Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highivays.—All roads and highways were maintained to a good
standard until the end of August; from there on to freeze-up we had constant rains
which almost ruined the dirt roads; traffic was at a standstill for several weeks during
this period. Flood-damage was severe over the whole district. We maintained 268
miles with tractors and heavy graders, and 115 miles were patrolled by light graders.
One " 60 " caterpillar tractor was stationed on the south side of the Peace River
to pull traffic down and up during the rainy period.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—Grand Prairie-Fort St. John-Peace
Pass-Road No. 1: From Mile 0 to Pouce Coupe—reconditioned 3.8 miles, brushed 3.5
miles, and repaired several culverts. From Pouce Coupe to Dawson Creek—reconstructed 2.4 miles and gravelled 1.5 miles with Department forces, culverts renewed
and ditches cleaned.
From Dawson Creek to Sweetwater—reconditioned 2.8 miles, cleaned out ditches,
retopped several culverts, and gravelled % mile with Department forces.
Sweetwater to Taylor Ferry—maintained and cleaned ditches, besides repairing
culverts and brushing 8 miles. From Taylor to Fort St. John—9.3 miles gravelled
under contract, also constructed 3 miles to 26-foot width and gravelled same; ditching
was carried out and several culverts repaired.
From Fort St. John to Halfway River—widened hill east of the Halfway River to
18-foot width and installed three new culverts.
Halfway River to Gold Bar—this portion of the route is practically a wagon-road,
which is kept in repair during summer months; a few trucks use this portion of the
route, but traffic is very light.
The Gates hill was widened to 18-foot width, also 2 miles west of Ardills brushed
and partly graded.
Dawson Creek-Rolla-Clayhurst: Raised and widened 2.5 miles to 22-foot width,
with culverts installed south of Saskatoon. Ditches cleaned and sides of road brushed;
3.2 miles graded from Clayhurst Ferry to top of Peace River hill, north side; 4.5 miles
brushed and partly graded from Shearerdale to top of Peace River hill, south side, with
culverts installed.
East Pine-Moberly-Hudson's Hope: Cleared 9.4 miles from Sun Dance Lakes to
Jack Fish Lakes, this was partly graded with bulldozer; taxes worked out partly on
timber and partly on grading around Moberly Lake; small bridge installed over Wabi
Creek.
Sunset Prairie-iFort St. John: This road was under construction until the rainy
season began, about 4 miles were finished and 12 miles cleared. After September 1st
the work was abandoned, as nothing could be done during the rain.
East Pine-Commotion Creek: This road was maintained, and the first 3 miles from
the Pine River were widened to 18 feet; a few culverts were installed and 1.5 miles of
wood road constructed to procure fuel for the oil-well.
Fort St. John-Cecil Lake: Road on both sides of the Beatton River cleared of
slides and culverts installed; 3.5 miles slashed east of Cecil Lake Post-office (this will
eventually connect with the Clayhurst Ferry). Two miles north of Cecil Lake Post-
office partly graded and ditches cleaned.
Rose Prairie-Hines Creek Highway: Cleared 8 miles on the east end of this highway and widened clearing to 20 feet the whole 27 miles east of Petersens Crossing;
this is suitable for a winter road only. The east side of the Beatton River was graded
to a width of 14 feet.
Tupper-Hays-Gundy: Road was graded 2.5 miles north of Gundy Post-office and
3 miles brushed;  culverts installed and ditches cleaned.
Pouce Coupe-Dawson Creek, North Road: Both sides of Dawson. Creek gravelled
and 1.4 miles graded;   ditches cleaned;   also whole distance brushed. T 30 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Mohtney-Murdale: Several new culverts installed; road brushed and graded for
a distance of 2.4 miles.    This road is on the main winter route to Fort Nelson.
Henshaw-Gundy: This road serves the upper Cut Bank District; it has been
brushed all of the distance, with 12 miles partly graded, and new culverts installed.
Roads, General.—The main roads are improving on account of gravelling; this
season there were 19 miles of gravel laid down, and provision made for future gravelling
by locating pits and bringing highways up to a secondary standard.
The highway from Dawson Creek to Fort St. John was greatly improved by
grading and gravelling the Peace River hill on both sides, and the Department of
Transport also brought 3 miles up to standard between the Airport and Fort St. John.
There was a survey carried out between Pouce Coupe south of Canyon Creek,
which if constructed will be of great benefit to the district; this road at present is very
crooked and grades excessive.
Bridges.—Bridges have been maintained and renewed where necessary. A new
King truss was constructed over the Red River, on the Hudson Hope Road, also the
Neal Bridge was torn down and reconstructed.
Several bridges need new decking, which will be laid during the next fiscal year,
as funds will not permit at the present.
Ferries.—Ferries have been well maintained. All ferries were repainted and
checked over thoroughly during the season.
Snow-removal.—Show was very light this season, but there was considerable drifting.   The main roads were kept open and traffic uninterrupted.
The truck-ploughs are proving a great success, and can handle the snow more
reasonably than the tractor-ploughs.
Maintenance of Government Buildings.—All buildings have been maintained and
are in good condition. The grounds around the new building should be put in shape
as funds permit.
A new ice-house has been constructed for the use of the building. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
T 31
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act."
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1942.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
City Municipalities.
33r
76a
39b
34k
33b
32r
77a
3B
34b
35b
71r
36R
44r
43R
78r
91r
68r
73r
75a
74a
53r
20r
75r
19r
57r
42b
37r
23b
80b
87R
lR
14r
17r
62a
14b
22b
8r
9r
62b
106b
52a    !
18r
67r
10r
14b
15b
80r
68a
69a
40b
87b
103b
Arterial	
Primary 	
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Primary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
2.00
1.50
1.35
0.90
1.11
. 2.40
1.75
0.73
0.18
0.63
1.00
1.63
3.25
3.70
4.05
2.65
0.90
0.92
4.22
6.38
6.15
15.27
2.25
1.96
3.53
6.14
1.12
1.60
1.06
1.53
1.21
5.43
9.00
9.00
5.15
Beaver Creek Road— 	
Vernon-Salmon Arm -	
Armstrong-Salmon Arm  	
Island Highway  _	
Comox Road   	
Cumberland Road and Union Street
0.43
Courtenay 	
0.90
1.10
0.36
Courtenay-Cumberland Road
(Fourth Street)	
0.21
Island Highway  _ —
Trans-Provincial 	
Nelson-Kaslo  _
Arterial _
Arterial	
Primary..- _
Primary	
Merritt-Princeton   __.._...
Canadian Highway  	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial 	
1.06
0.69
0.21
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Trans-Provincial (Kings way)	
District Municipalities.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary
Secondary
Grandview-Douglas . ,  ___	
North Road (west half) - -
1.40
3.30
Secondary	
Secondary
Primary	
3.65
Cultus Lake Road   	
Monashee Road (White Valley)	
0.88
Central Arterial-   	
Arterial __.
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Delta
North Road (east half) 	
Clarke Road - 	
1.40
1.12
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu Rd.)
Primary.....	
Primary	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
7.80
Parts of Bridge Street and "Westminster Avenue -	
Portion of Farrell Road - ..
0.52
1.00 T 32
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT
1941-42.
STATEMENT  SHOWING HIGHWAYS  CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31ST,  1942
■—Continued.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
Nd.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.                  ,
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
76R
82r
26r
60a
3r
77r
71b
22r
59r
69r
73b
4r
12b
23r
77b
96b
31r
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
40r
42r
29b
21r
92b
78b
74b
75b
79b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29r
52r
30r
84r
57a
85b
104b
38r
24b
26b
76b
63r
62r
32b
6r
7r
61r
4lR
15r
2r
13r
78a
Central Arterial 	
Arterial	
0.78
0.93
13.72
10.82
4.04
12.46
2.00
0.74
7.88
5.27
9.10
13.00
7.16
4.54
3.23
5.89
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
1.60
8.25
12.75
4.90
11.68
2.54
13.60
2.37
2.50
4.73
1.00
0.77
Trans-Provincial (Deroehe-Agassiz
Road and Agassiz Ferry Road)
Harrison Hot Springs 	
Trans-Provincial  -
Aldergrove-Bellingham— __	
Arterial   ..
Primary	
Langley 	
Maple Ridge 	
Arterial.	
Secondary
Arterial.	
Arterial-	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
1.10
Port Haney Loop  	
River Rd. and Dewdney Trunk Rd....
10.80
Mission  -
Abbotsford-Mission 	
Secondary
Secondary
15 50
2 00
Cowichan Lake Road 	
Primary 	
Secondary
Primary	
Primary	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
4 25
Mountain Highway  	
1.73
Summerland-Penticton-Oliver Rd. —
Penticton-Naramata 	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
5.50
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary-
Arterial 	
Arterial _	
Arterial	
Arterial..	
Arterial _ _
3 50
Harris Road  ...
1.90
2 00
Saanich 	
Quadra Street and Saanich Road
Scott Road and portion of Mount
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary   .....
Secondary . ..
Arterial	
Arterial—	
Secondary.
Arterial    ,,	
Glanford Avenue and portions of
Carey Road and Douglas Street
3.16
Spallumcheen 	
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie	
6.25
7.10
Trans-Provincial __  	
Abbotsford-Huntingdon  	
Yale Road    	
Penticton-Kelowna __.- ___ 	
King George VI. Highway*..- __
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Pacific Highway  	
Scott Road Extension  	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial ..
14.11
12.91
9.55
              0.44
Primary	
,                           * Formerly Peace Ar
.h Highv
my. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
T 33
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 3 1st,  1942
■—Continued.
Approximate Mileage.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Municipality.
Secondary.
Arterial.
Primary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
Surrey ...	
6lA
Scott Road (eastern portion)— —
Primary	
6.99
90b
Campbell River Road	
Secondary	
2.50
69b
McLellan Road	
Secondary 	
2.50
89r
67a
Marine Drive Addition-	
Marine Drive  	
0.10
11.13
Primary	
71a
Nelson Avenue	
Primary	
0.41
72a
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street	
Primary 	
0.40
Village Municipalities.
Abbotsford	
5r
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Arterial 	
0.50
llR
49r
Abbotsford-Mission	
Prince Rupert Highway 	
0.33
65a
Primary..;	
0.18
105b
portion of Main Road ... 	
Secondary
0.42
107b
Mill Road   	
0.47
Creston  —	
45r
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road) —
Arterial .....
0.83
Gibsons Landing	
70r
Pender Harbour Highway ,	
Arterial _	
0.80
Hope  	
46R
Trans-Provincial (Water Street)	
Arterial 	
0.98
81r
Hope-Princeton 	
Arterial __._	
1.52
92r
Street, and part of First Avenue-
Arterial 	
0.92
	
93r
Main Street   	
Arterial	
0.26
Mission  	
25r
24r
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
Road)   	
Abbotsford-Mission Road (Home
Avenue and Harbour Street).	
Arterial	
Arterial _	
1.40
0.56
-----
93b
Seventh Street and Grand Avenue
Secondary 	
0.70
97b
Cedar Valley Road (easterly half)...
Secondary	
0.50
New Denver	
88r
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway _
Arterial	
0.91
Pouce Coupe	
83r
Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe	
Arterial ____
0.43
Quesnel...  	
47r
Cariboo Road ■  _	
Arterial	
1.29
Silverton	
9 Or
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Arterial	
0.45
Smithers    __
50r
Prince Rupert Highway 	
Arterial	
1.45
58b
Hudson Bay Mountain Road 	
Secondary 	
1.35
Stewart    	
72r
Stewart-Bear River Highway	
Arterial	
1.78
Terrace 	
5lR
Prince Rupert Highway	
Arterial	
1.07
67b
Tofino 	
86r
1.17
48r
0.52
64r
Fort St. James Highway	
Arterial ___«._	
0.54
Williams Lake	
79r
Williams Lake—Soda Creek Road.
Arterial. __
1.00     .
Summary.
City Municipaliti
30.65
273.52
19.24
5.40
59.32
0.18
4 96
3 94
Total classified m
323.41
64.90
120.99
age—
Deduct for duplicate mile
1 40
Scott Road in Delta a
nd Surrey Municipalities	
5.15
Cedar Valley Road in
Mission District and Mission Village
leage     	
0.50
Net total classified m
323.41
59.75
119.09
■* T 34
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ON
o
CM
s-
<l;
•—V.
(/_
-0
rn
q
6
u
O
o
o
o
►J
«!
H
u
Q
t-H
w
0
14
A
-t-i
£
u
xn
H
is
o
HH
s
ft
Sh
fc
ft
Rfl
<
<
o
1
>H
t/J
<
Q
<
03
o
U
•on
-*
ti
i
i—i
o
o
H
o
o
-d
ph
w
•on
w
hH
9
3
ti
0
Ih
P
C3
<f!
-C
d
•on
_g
"xTi
xn
«
ft
<U
"3
-5
>
1
!h
O
N
1941
(April
1st to
Dec.
20th).
■e*
^
C4
CO
w
CO
00
co
es
_j
t-
-*
eo
CD
0
CO
J
-Tf
«
-^
-*
e>
t-
-*
eo
t-   io
CM    (M    T
CO
00
O
H
K
m
"tf
us
eo
t-
00
OT
-*
c-
cq
t- o
IO    Ol
rt    CQ
CO   O    CM
-ef   eo
lO
IO
CD
(M
CO
eq
~^ o   .   ■
-t
b.
^
■-.
04
®s
o
w
oo
O    Co
Co    Gv}    O
•o
04
5_+S _^-
-=t
Cft
K
*s,
©I
CO
CO
B-
C-.
CM    O    v^
-*
Cc
K
us
*c
*s.
*s
CO
d
eo   oo
-*   Q4    Go
°i
04
S^2Q=>
Go
r-
e;
*H
--1
&r tC
CJ"   K3
10"
s..1^     o*
rs    00
»o
10
ec
-#
c-
oc
OS
IQ
\a
rH
IO   CO
00   CD    Cvl
00
--J1
10
IC
•*#
*sf     fc-
rH   CO
fc-
CO
--f
ft
a.
X>
rH    C-
CI   CO
CO
r-T
£
tr
>«
**   **   ~*   *H
>H
■**
00    00
CO    -HJ     **
r-l
Ol
CJ
es
©)
1*1
If.    CO
Oi    is
is
GO
Q
•**
-*
-*   <3v_
is
CC
cr-
CB
*<t
H
o
__,
00
00   CI
t-   fc-   OC
CO
IO
-*
ec
CC
-^r
cr
»-H
O   fc-
00   CO
10
•-#
CT
ei
CO   Cl_
IO   CD
"-1
-*
rH
Xi
cq*
CO*
1
>
c
** ii-
t-    Oj
l-H
»-.
^
©4    Oi
•H    GO    CC
cs
r-t
o
es
<=
*!
W
«
0!
13    Co
Ol    GM
01
CO
£
-*
o.
rt
l-H
&3    IO
r-l
CO   *o
r-l
04
Oi
o  tr
a
t-l fc-
a
eq
rH    rH
00    tH
CT   t-   CC
10
fc-
CI
ee M
c£
c- oc
ec
io
OJ
CO    CM
10 fc- N
CT
lO
CI
Jh'
Cs
-T
^
rt    C0_
Ol  t-
CT
a)
Xi
o
rH    CO
■*
H5
a
o
CS
is
04
ec
ct
"■%   *-
-*
T3   eo
-H     -+    Oj
©3
-*
-*     IT.
«:
ec
».
04
00
&i
Ol    r~j
N   00   "5
0*
Ol
►>
&)
»t
is.    »0
Go    CO
c>
Tf
-*
>o
CO
CO oc
OJ
CO   o-
CC
era
t-    O
O   IO
IO   CD   «
00
eo
it
CJ
IO   e.
CO  o   c
00
W    rH
co ay er
rH
fc-
CO
CI
CQ   <N
rt    *-I
rt
rH
eo   co
cx>  eo
eq
00
ca
1
ft
th id
CO
t-*
©4  -* o*  is  «c
63
in  m
G>_    t-.
01  so  -*     :
CO
GO
c-
-*    O-
c:
»■
ec
Ol
Ol
eo   oo
-* eo   is
CO
Ol
01
Sr
**
■-t  io
0   eo
is
04
xn
a_
*1    Co
00"
00"
OT   C
Cj.
io   Cs
CU
t-
rH   >#
Ol    CO
CJ   rH   cc
10
-*
0
rt
O  ec
T
to *-r
oa
r-t   rH
rH    O
N   t-  *4
CD
0
B
+>
rt    er
rt a-
i6
**
00   -#
eq   fc-
IM
CO
-eC
t*
•     rt
M    t-
eq*
(5
O
r-l
©    -*   r-
Ol    t-
©■
KS
©3    i-H
b,    Co
IQ    IQ   >.
|
-H
CO
es  c
io   ss   >r
®3
>i    N.
Is.   lO
53     00     if
b.
Ol
©3    -H>    i-
-*i   ec
»<5
©3
eo   oo
in   CO
GM
So
th
rt
»S   K
«h"
04*
Cv.
CC
c
t- c
1*
CO
IO   IO
Cvl    IO
t- eq cj
IO
CO
.
ci
c
L-
oc
t- o-
•fl
s
rH   o
CO    00
rt    CQ    --t
CO
CM
eo   t-
r-l   C:
IO
rH    t-
Ol    fc-
cq
Ol
-=Jt
•p
VO    CO
rH
eq"
1—1
1-5
©0   is
c
**   t-
OC
K
eo   oo
<S    Oi
Ol    CO    Cc
so
10
co   ec
0
Co    *l
OS
00
&3
©i    CO
CS    Co    lr
10
CS
Ol"
is.     CS
rt   ec
•o
*^-
Co    r-t
°°-   ^
10
**
*1
*■
-^   l-T
r-l
*H
■*
Ol  w
O)    H    If
CT
CO
Ol    Cvl
t-    rH
00   CO    Cv
00
-a-
-*
■^ c-
CI    Ol    If*
CC
00
eo
rH    t-
00    CO    IT
cq
CO
-   co  e-i
i-
CM
CO    Cvl
10 c-
10
C-q
B
rH
eq" io"
t^
00*
lc
*_
In
c_
O.
**  eo
ts.      -*
is   is.
-*   CS    6-
is
-*
©
«s
04
ec
CA
»c
Ol
fc-*.
O   <=>
es
es
*-
If
>_
t£_   v*.
-*•  eo
TH
04
^
*-?  -^
10"
eo"
CI
CO    CV
rt  ro   fc-
ec
CI
CM   Cvl
(M   IM
-*    W   If
fc-
CT,
CO
C
CO   -J*   r-
CM
-=r
OT
rH    00
CT    CO    cr
rH
O
O
CM    i-
«
00    -^
(M    CO
i-1
cq
CS
-*"
IO"
CO
Ol
©3     T-.
«
oo   o-
OC
CO
CO
CO    is
Go    Co    -*       !
»3
IO
S3    l-
Sv.   is
*i
03
»H
Qv.    »0
co   is.   &■
Ol
-=*■
GO    "O
co   io
*t
TH
03"
GO*
**
-ef
Ol
ec
■^
cC
OC
if.
•*
rt   O
10 eq
t-   t-t   c
00
us
-Ct
ec
•<*
rH
00  cq
O    !D    "*
CO
■-*
-*
rH    CJ
-^   t-
r"1
CO
•^
•£
1—1
CO
ot"
-**
ft
<!
—
T-
N
oc
«c
CO
K
If!
GO    GM
IO   -*   ©4
TH
-*
*»
-=t
rt    04
Go    Co    GS
Oi
00
Ol
r-|    Oj
CS    -*
"
rt
oi
04"
01
QJ
4
[3
I
rt
rH
rr\
1
•§
1
4
C
0.
_
CI
tfl
0
M
e
X
c
*
0
ce
•-c
ce
P
ce
c
E
a.
e
K
c
c
1
X
a
a
■s
fi
0
9
Jh.
c
d
o
o
c
X
a
|
ta
P
O
o
C
I
U S
'E 3
__   °
3 W
S
la   .
* 1
B  h
oi   7
_,    f-
ti
j
>
i-
c
s
i
i
i
OJ
>
H
O
+J
O
s
'ca .
O
>
'a
oj
>
f^
m
Q MAJOR HIGHWAY WORK—COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS.
T 35
Ut
o
w
>
CQ
2
H-l
u
X
w
'—•*
w
cq
a
ti
o  .
PRO
41-42
ON
'£*
"ti
ti   <
0 w
_^
Q^
§
W J
-
H<
t>>
a u
J es
CI)
Dh  r"1
O
fl
o p
TS
"-j
CO
HH
i-ri ti
c.
ti^
l
OQ
a
AY-W
ING)
g
rS  fc
H
E-i
O
fc
H^ti
v-/
^5.
tiQ
t.  S
<<
o
H
CO
<
H ■
z
w
rt
w
H
<
H
CQ
P5f
5 ft.
£s
a j
o.S
fc b
ES   _
OlrrJ
3.2
1. w
ft c,
■CM
bt  ,_;
Jo§
a   I*
*H.S
o o
Or-I
B ci
cfl g
O S
l-J   -
si
sjooooooooo
U O cs .
H S S
0)
Ch
ooooooooo
lOOOOOOOOOO
oi  a  o  o o w oo oi
ooo
O   cs  o
OOOOO
QJ   QJ    oj   bo
ssm.r. 5
bj  to tn "d   !h
M   &   «
S-.P
bit
on
hr
fi
(3
c
tvi
fi
n
fi
fi
fi
(1)
*
«
-3
flfififiCGCG
oooooooo
O    O  .S    O
so
 o +1   ■•
fl   fl   fi '5   fl   fi
OOOOOO
^     3     «
I   J* £
■ g 8 8
.9 *t? 'S
oc bfi bfl 5 bo
fi G J g fi
d d fl hh fi
0) QJ CJ w (li
t_3 tj is te 'a
111 g 'is
C    fi    fi    fl    fi
OOOOO
fi fi fi fi
o   o  u  h
■P     -P     l-H      -P
fn     fn     Sh     fn     fn     fn
-P     hP    4J    -P     -p     .p
flfiflfiflCCGSfl
OOOOOOOOOO
O O b. *> O
o cj P >* u
a) qj QJ Cj qj
K K lz; fc K
^CflfiUflfl-Sfl
>000>OOhO
p-ooo?uuRo
0(joiil|(UJi+'ji
£ tf p.; tf £ tf tf       tf
S  J2   "-P    50  -P   -P   -P  '
OfiUCJCJwii.
-      ■     -=3     ft     ft     ft     ft    u
aj   -p   -p   hp   -P   -f->
5 .s .= e
_ _ to
g  o ft g
•-■   _ _ _
Ch « tf
OOOOO
tf tf tf tf tf
Cv]   IO   t-   o   o   lO   IO
O    C<t    rH    H    O
tf
a>
ej   tt  io t-
n^cjc.cjvuP'Cjaj
O-POOOOOOO
gggssssss
«H 3     O
o      Of h
H Q     Ij
S      IS "°
C W    S    H
E   a; _.   B   C
B   3 **   ° .B     '■
O   J   3*'
* >«5 §__
S^'S sis
W       p3 g <\ ci
jJ   cfl
1SS11f'
•^    HI      .        H    y     C
t3   ^   Oi
: io o
,s
H   VT
h< a •
05    _.
oi 'r
£ tl
I ■*■       a
I     te   CO   HH
l   ri  S   1
o o
I^SshiSS    s    ^ < S   SsSS(S
_ P
V
5
!      QJ
— fi e ;Ei ^ -^
fi T3 9 tf j g -
O fH I _ w ** X\
-j. -; a :_ -__ o —.
w. * o E S p
H h fl o a a 5S
.£« o ft P
c
1-1
c
ti
u
c.    -
a °
ta
■A
M
.r.     W     P:   -        p     n    (U
fflOOOoi.H
0
_
o
S .3 2
§ « B
On. _
P   d H
hj a o
§ g a
c.  M
ra « _
< T 36
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
-8
©
xn
m
H
tf
O
O
tf
HH
tf
o
fit
H
Eh
W
rl
PL,
o
a
W
tf
o
I
>t
<
K
cs
HH
tf
o
o
Eh
m
<
ft
fc
H
W
Eh
<.
Eh
a_
.M
■.■
h en
£
P.
£
O
s
-p
3f
u.S
is B
•2 b
S.S
ft o
'EPS
.So o
*H.r.
o o
ecu
u H
S B
hj H-
w «
£«
E
C3
QOOOOOOOO
oooooooooooo
IO   o   o
O   O   IO   o   o
O    -Hi     t-    t-    O
g 50
be fi
bi!,___
I g
Cfl      £      £
fH        C
fl tg fi >
*5 '5 *S 'S
O QJ QJ k.
"D "O 73 ?
C    QJ
b.£
=3 l
&   £        £   &   £   C   E   fi   bo
d  fl   fl   fl   fl   fl  fl *43   fl
_o _o tO p p p p   o _o
13 +3 '43 +3 '-Jj -p +3   fl '£>
CJCJCJOOCJCJ_nO
Sfifififififi^fi
tH^jH(HtHfc.jHCfH
O    O    tt    O    Ih
O O O   _£
O O O   'S
cu a> a>
tf tf tf
C   fi   C   P   c
O    O    O    O    O    O    O
- I °
PS fc PS
I I I B .5
S ^5 c qj c;
■___•     . QJ XJ CJ
M   fi £ bjo p
fi fi fi fi fi fi fi
_o o o o o o _o
■J3 *-p +3 -p "-p '-p "+-»
CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ CJ
a 5 fl fl fl fl fl
U fH fH fH tt St ft
+J HJ -p -P HJ -p -p
w w o_ to ot tn to
B fi fi fi fl C C
o o o o o o o
CJ CJ O CJ CJ CJ CJ
construction. — 	
construction   	
nstruction ; new diversion	
nstruction ; widening   .
fl
c
c
p
f-
+-
I
c
c
bi
fi
1
T_J
o    •-
o   o
g M
O    a.
w    fi
PS PS
ft ft 8 8
QJ       CJ        QJ        QJ
fc 1? PS PS
ft ft
QJ    CJ
tt fc
ft 8
cj   a
ft tf
pi
g
F
r
«
H<
h
«
fc
L
0
< *
ft
& s
ft   Hi
pq H
e S
Cfl     OJ
fi    £
O     QJ
u q
o  o
■■tf    IO
o
CM
o
CM
o
o
00
o
Cvl
o  o   o  o  o
CO    O    O    rH    IO
o
o
o
o
Cvl       **
CM
1-1
OS
**■
*"'
H    ^    _    H    rH
IO
1Q
ooibt-oooo
Cv]   Tt   CO   c_>   o   o
io t- -v tc
S  ^   bO
^ 2 'o
**   o M
**!*»«.
o   co    pj
Cvl     CV]      o
QJ     QJ-  g
ISiS
■S ft
3  -p [J
QJ   cv]     C,
QJ    QJ    QJ     QJ
S 5 !E
sssg
o B   o   o   o   o   o
-p         -p   -p   -p  +J   -p
IO    -P    CM
t-     Tf      IO      IO
S£
SSSSSSSSK
Csl    "rf    CD    IO
a s
.H™ 1) (| B
a £ S * o
JtH '<et O 0 **
fH r% -P r" 1)
o o oo co rt
-p -p io io o
o O CO -■*
0) QJ CJ QJ ,2
QJ    TS
« s
« PS
SSSSSSSSS^
c.  <J  p2
ft r r
ft
■a
o .s
] 2 W
C  ft >
O   _.   ■*   ~
■a fi3l«§
I 4 -S _ •§
Ocfl^orojcflrtcj
2iMcopSra^2;SS
SH^
ft
o MAJOR HIGHWAY WORK—COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS.
T 37
OOO
OOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
-^lOeJOlOOCCOiOCDiOOIOlOlOO
OJvOt-OOt-OlvOWiMffltCiDHMNb
Hi
c  c
01   oi
ft ft ft
S3
ft
C    fi    C    fi
Cvl
oooo
o
oooo
fi  fi  fl  fi
fi    C    fl    fl
oooo
o
tf tf tf tf
^J
ih
£
fi
£
fi
0)
"3
u
fH
bo
QJ
u
4-
e
F
fi
bo
c
fi
QJ
13
fi
'W
a.
E
5
i
15
c
fa
be
fi
fl
CJ
-a
F
1
£
G
a
7s
is
fi
fi
f-
&
5
Fh
fl
c
c
E
fl
c
F
fi
o
C
c
C
o
c
C
O
>
QJ
ft
c
t
CJ
fl
e
c
p
a
c
fl
fl
tfl
D
a
0
0.
fi
o
P
0
fi
0
F
C
fl
O
fi
c
F
c
fi
o
oooo
B  B S  c •a
£ v E _ g
_ » £ g
H3     S   ■
So T3    SO T3
«  ft.  a  ft :
so
sn
a
a
ta
B
T3
•a
^     tt     ft     fi
fi &
fi-PfiCCfifififi
OOOOOOOOO
oooo
& j* J* a £
C fl fi C fl '
OOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOO
fl  fl  fl  fl  fl  p  fl
fi   -jj    fl   -jj
fi    fl    fi    fi    fi    fi    c
oo>o>o.Oo
ell      f[\      r       m      r      h.    ■•-i      fl.
o  o  o   o  o   o  o
3   3    fl   fl    fl
U        tt        tt        fH        fH
■p    .p     -p     -p     -p
ooooo
O     O    O     o5     O
kU       H.
PS P- i
ft ft ft
_    _    01    0    o
...
PSPSPSPSPSfcpSPSfcfcfcPSfcpSfcfcfc
o
00
O
IO
o
Cv]
O
O
00
o
CO
o
O
lO
ro  cc  rt   to
CO    CO    iH    O
o o
o  o
o
o
o
o
o
o o
o  ej
o
CO
o
o
cc
O
o
00
o
o
o
CO
o
CO
O
Cvl
o
IO
o
IO
o
o
O
o
rH
o
s*
o
rt
CO    O    O    CD
tM   -#
CO
to
t-
1*    CO
rt
rH
CO
00
CO
-*
ce
CN
»
CM
">*
IO
o
o-
o
H->
fi
'o
Ch _y
QJ cj
~ o
__j u
io
3
cs
«    !x ^    ■•>
«    «   rt    «
0 n " w
ji si §
1 = s,g
55^
B "g ™  hh
O ° CO     o
tn h cvj
«m £_
3   g '-    vv
A3
_TJ CU .V ^ (.TJ ^ pj
Ji ii pV « ii oo o.
S S i | S j 3
o   o   oS   ogg
w ro t- hn 5 5
O ej ^ co oo ^ co
co co co co  co ssji od
QJ QJ QJ QJ     QJ QJ QJ
11sllll
S 5
. jS
SB  «
2 I « £ 8 J
o p S ■_: c? c_
ra hv
SI
io
PS J
fl" I CM t_7 lO fcH
OJ _-> Oi fcC ^ co __
QJ ^ CO O H CM g
N D * H § _£; "£,
+2 _£. 2 ■*"_ n S3 d
tf   o    |
<g "•a
QJ     -rH        fH
3 ti   £
a 1 i 7 *.
os   e   cj   >,  to oo co
rM    o
O     O     CO     C3
a a  ft
fl     H^      H      O    H>
o   o   o  o   rt   xo
p. p. ps PS p xn
>.   01    01
a s . o rt a a
PS H H S O % &
gfc
P3   _.  o PS
rt   HH   „
H O xn a
'V sj   2
S9
j M H
3fc
rt Q fi C
O O Sh
Y qj -p qj
tc fi S J3
3 *c a t
t, OJ 0 0
h a o fc
ft  Ph
Sh   O
rt   rt ,Jh
O 5 "2
B    S
rt  Ph
OO.H.HHH.H.-Hfl!-H}<l
OOOOOOOOOO
6666666666666_
■   >   O fc O   fc fc fc fc fc fc fc fc fc fc fc fc fc Ph 5_
O
t
o
fc T 38
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
°S,s .
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
ooooo
O    O    O    O    O
ooo
o
cs
r.
o
o
o
c 3
o
bfl
tf;
is-
tr
e
fl
C
fi
fi
E
C
d
13
ti
T3
T>
o   .w
13
s
o
O
m
t/_
H
tf
O
o
tf
Ch
g .
oj
o.E
ft.
QJ^3
II
•«£
o£
B S
.si
H_   _
a o
•EPS
CJ     .
II
fi fi
CJ     QJ
E E
ft ft ft
qj    qj
E E
tt
U
tt
ta
so so tc
w
B
a
a
a
a
B
B
a
a
a
B
B
a
B
S
a
-6
TJ
T3
tj
■a
T
TJ
•tt
ft ft ft ft ft ft
QJ QJ
£ £
fi c
be be
cj   cj   o   o
is £ i* &
fl C fl fi fi c
O ^o o o o o
tfj    ro    ro    tn    tc    ro
" 3  U  ^>  ^  £  ^
fi  fi  >  >
c   fl '3
QJ        QJ
QJ    QJ     0    QJ     QJ     QJ
tt    tt    ft    Jh    fi    fn  .
'£ *r  a>  cu
"O     QJ    CJ     CJ    CJ     QJ    CJ     fl   'fl
rO -r} t3  TJ-TS T3    cj    .
?    CQ    CS     -'
fH        f-.        tt       fH        fH
CfifiCfiCCflflfiC
^^CfitJjbGtiDtJiWlbO^fi
CCfiCCfiCfififififiCCfifl
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo,
-p-p-p-P-p-p-p-p-p-p
OOOOOOOOOO
fl3fl3flflflflflflflfl'
ttftttttftrtftStltftftfj
-p    HJ    HJ     HJ     -P     -P
00_£_J5000000
HJ     -p    -P    -P    -P     -P
33flflS333fl3flflflflfl3
H      fH      Jh      JH      fH      fH      ft
U     ft     U     f-t     U     fn
»     fl
I*   g
CJ     QJ
fififififiCF-
ooooooooooo
oooooooo-1
01     C     11
PS PS PS I
8 8
PS PS
ft ft
OJ    OJ
fc fc
-^-p-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-p-P---
rorotowrotf_u_rorororoaiti_rowro
fifiCCCfiCfiCfiCfififififl-
ooooooooooooooop,
ooo
8 8,.. ..  .   .
tftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftf    tf
ooooo
Qj    Qj     QJ    CJ     QJ
o   o   o   o   o '
QJ     QJ     OJ     CJ    QJ
tf
o
p
H
H
hJ
Ch
§
O
o
tf
o
I
<C
a
o
HH
K
tf
o
H-S
O
Eh
X/l
<
Eh
H
Eh
«.
Eh
rt    •£
_H*o S
a *
ooooo
O   r-l   O
rt   rt   O   O   i
O   O   O   rH   o
bPh
o—i
•■S3
rt.S
o _
o E
J   H
H.   O
„Eh
j*"
«h rt
oB
iS £  s S
QJ     QJ     QJ     Qj     QJ
a s
2 S
S  o
sl^=ssggs
oi ,s
is
HH
&
rt
B    H
c-  rt
! 2 &   _   g   5   o
Hj+j-p-Poooooooo!
ooooo
CO   *#   o^>   00   CO
tH    ■"#    rt    rt    IO
QJ     OJ   ~7Z     QJ     tn
a rfl   g g   «
t-oot-t-teioiot-i
._.  ei   t^ d   r-I  h h'   ui '
HHHH^wet-t-rororo,
CJQJQJQJQJCJQJOQJQJQJQJ
W
ti
<SS     -
*   £
0JOp_JO(_O'_iOiQJ__;rOhO__JOOi_SHHJQ
ssslsslsssSssss£fci££
£ pH
1 s
_GJ   _0
SI
oi *-t  r.
is S §
>    cS
■fl X
■sa I
HH-j^
_   rt   J
>  a  _
0 rt Jj
o o s
01 in ^2
to a  o
tj   rt   >
O     tH     01
n h ps
ft
HH    •"
1.»
2 K
K j.
, ■?,  ■«
£•;
B    S
CS    _
CO
.. O
M i
ss hh a
rt   w oi
H     rt H
H H H
B   if?
ft
HH    *
ii   S  H>
_> g
5 E^
o    !
E b} s §
o =  5! H
. 13 7 Eh
M > S fi
Li -r3
a .5
o ^
U Ph
8-2.
S S  Ph fc
oj   B
O   S .
-    H
S|i
60 «
h   o   rt
o fc S
ft
M
T   >
Ph   ES
fl      ^ H
hJ     O     C
B    ,h     O TENDERS.                                                                   T 39
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED
APRIL 1st, 1941, TO MARCH 31st, 1942.
ROADS.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Reconstruction of Section A (Malahat), Mile 20.68 to Mile 21.83 and Mile
22-23, Island Highway :
$148,014.02
Awarded.
$149,712.00
152,432.40
116,733.95
Awarded.
E. J. Ryan Construction Co., Ltd      	
Revision of Section B (Mill Bay), Mile 23 to Mile 27.53, Island Highway:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd. __   	
General Construction Co., Ltd.  -	
Reconstruction of 2 Miles at Fanny Bay, Island Highway:
G. W. Ledingham & Co., Ltd.
$119,262.70
17,057.70
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd _ _	
Stanley C. Budd 	
$20,952.52
20,970.47
25,483.80
9,507.50
Awarded.
Diversion of Marine Drive, Point Grey :
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd  _	
Holmes & Wilson Trucking Co., Ltd.. _	
$9,543.50
9,584.00
10,570.20
10,940.50
Awarded.
G. W. Ledingham & Co., Ltd.
Revision at Hunter Creek, Mile 90.25 to Mile 90.75, Trans-Canada Highway:
Murphy Excavating Co., Ltd.  	
$15,162.50
20,684.80
Awarded
Revision at Silver Creek, Mile 96.2 to Mile 97.1, Trans-Canada Highway:
General Construction Co., Ltd.  _	
$21,677.50
23,146.50
23,624.80
29,952.00
Awarded.
Reconstruction of Highway Approaches to Kettle Valley Railway Bridge
over Fraser River at Hope, Trans-Canada Highway :
G. W. Ledingham & Co., Ltd., and Holmes & Wilson Trucking Co., Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
$30,182.00
30,824.78
32,937.00
33,502.00
44,971.60
43,515.52
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd.   	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
General Construction Co., Ltd	
G. Smith and Walter Hartley	
Construction  of  Squamish-Britannia   Road  from  End  of  Present  Road
(Mile 4.58) to Britannia (Mile 7.65), 3.07 Miles:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd..___	
General Construction Co., Ltd.
Associated Engineering Co., Ltd.
$44,430.30
44,433.28
10,908.90
Awarded.
Construction of Hospital Road, Pender Harbour, 1.47 Miles:
Holmes & Wilson Trucking Co., Ltd..	
G. W. Ledingham & Co., Ltd.
$12,883.50
.
'
. T 40                                         PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ROADS—Continued.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Reconstruction, Mile 0 to Mile 1.80   (approximately), Trail-Salmo Road,
about 3 Miles South-west of Fruitvale:
A  H Green Co   Ltd
$22,099.45
Awarded.
Reconstruction near Rampart, Mile 257 to Mile 529.72, Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway :
$39,664.00
42,671.80
42,943.80
44,022.52
18,435.00
17,715.30
1
1 Contract not
awarded.
Work done by day-
labour.
Awarded.
Reconstruction, Mile 10 to Mile 11.1, Nelson-Nelway Road:
A. H. Green Co., Ltd  _ "     -
Reconstruction from  Mile 5.2 to Mile 6,  Cedar  Creek  Section,  Nelson-
Kaslo Highway:
A. H. Green Co., Ltd.                                                              	
Reconstruction  of Kootenay-Columbia  Highway from  Mile  1.89  to Mile
4.52, South of Golden:
$31,898.00
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd. _...  	
$34,283.26
34,483.68
35,489.60
54,097.16
Awarded for revised
amount, $46,920.76.
Reconstruction from Mile 0.68 to Mile 6.1, Port Clements-Tlell Road:
$55,212.20
57,764.50
50,000.70
Awarded.
Construction of Mile 10.8 to Mile 14.77, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Usk-Cedarvale Section :
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd   __  	
E. J. Ryan Construction Co., Ltd    	
$51,438.93
54,717.50
55,795.90
12,533.00
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd. _      	
Reconstruction of Section A, near Perow, Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway :
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd.  _ _. _   "	
$13,710.00
14,115.00
15,425.00
13,075.00
Awarded.
Revision between Mile 555 and Mile 566, near Sinclair Mills, Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway :
Associated Engineering Co., Ltd.               	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd. _  	
General Construction Co., Ltd 	
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd  	
Construction between Red Pass and Rainbow,  6 Miles   (approximately),
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway:
Associated Engineering Co., Ltd 	
$13,870.00
14,140.00
15,805.00
17,465.00
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd. ...  	
$18,565.00
18,850.00
21,990.00
General Construction Co., Ltd.   ->	
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd ....  	
• TENDERS.
T 41
ROADS—Continued.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Reconstruction, Mile 28 to Mile 32, Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road :
$14,966.00
Awarded for revised
amount of $12,846.
General Construction Co., Ltd  • -    	
$16,087.00
17,265.45
20,035.50
4,999.50
Gravelling Portion of Pouce Coupe-Rolla Road:
E. M. Miller                                                   	
$5,727.00
5,940.00
Gravelling, Dawson Creek, Arras Road :
E. M. Miller                            _	
$6,600.00
6,510.00
Gravelling Portion of Fort St. John-Dawson Creek Highway, in Vicinity
of Taylor Ferry :
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section No. 1, Alberni-Nanaimo, Comox,
Esquimalt, and Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral Districts:
$27,191.50
Awarded.
$28,086.70
28,503.00
28,079.00
29,032.00
41,414.50
30,066.50
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd.  ,..., 	
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section No. 2, Chilliwack, Delta, Dewdney,   Dewdney   East,   New   Westminster,   and   North   Vancouver
Electoral Districts :
$42,307.50
30,749.00
43,728.50
30,521.00
42,804.00
36,971.00
(alternative bid)     	
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.     	
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section No. 3, Kamloops, Lillooet, and
Yale Electoral Districts :
Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd       	
Awarded.
$37,847.00
38,222.50
39,148.50
35,575.50
1,820.00
General Construction Co., Ltd.  _.  	
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd.    	
Bituminous  Surface  Treatments,   Section   No.   3a,   Revelstoke  Electoral
District :
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section No. 4, North Okanagan, Salmon
Arm, Similkameen, and South Okanagan Electoral Districts:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd.      _ _	
$39,102.50
Awarded.
$39,936.50
40,754.50
40,853.50 T 42
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ROADS—Continued.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section No. 5, Fernie Electoral District:
General Construction Co., Ltd....  — -	
$10,790.00
Awarded.
$11,446.00
.    11,978.00
12,209.00
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd   	
BRIDGES.
Serpentine River Bridge, on Trans-Canada Highway,  near Fry's Corner,
about 10 Miles from New Westminster:
Demolition of existing bridge, clearing site, etc.;  driving piles, sawn timber
in place, including fastenings, oil treatment—
$1,772.00
$1,779.00
Atchelitz Bridge, on Trans-Canada Highway, 3 Miles West of Chilliwack :
Demolition of existing bridge and clearing the site of old cribs, etc.; driving
piles, sawn timber in place, including fastenings ; applying creosote
oil and " Fibreoid "—
1,736.00
$1,875.95
1,946.00
Fraser Avenue Bridge, over North Arm of Fraser River:
Renewal of floor on south end between Lulu Island and Twigg Island; tim
ber in place, iron fastenings, including nails and spikes; applying
creosote oil and asphalt, etc.—
3,432.25
$4,643.50
Horie-Latimer Construction Co., Ltd   	
5,906.00
W. Greenlees..__•  _ __                 	
8,658.00
Silver Creek Bridge,  over Silver Creek,  on the Trans-Canada Highway,
Hope-Rosedale Section :
Manufacture, fabrication, delivery, erection, and painting of the steelwork
for a steel tied-arch span—
30,323.00
$31,167.00
Pattullo Bridge, New Westminster :
Painting of steelwork—
F. D. Carder & Co     ■
12,438.00
$6,662.00
Withdrew bid. TENDERS.
T 43
BUILDINGS.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount.
Remarks.
Merritt Court-house Addition:
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Princeton Construction Co...
Langford Garage:
George H. Wheaton .
Office Building, Liquor Control Board, Victoria :
E. H. Shockley   	
E. J. Ryan Contracting Co—    	
Bennett & White Construction Co. .
Luney Bros., Ltd. 	
Pasteurizing Plant, Tranquille:
E. J. Ryan Construction Co 	
Bennett & White Construction Co. .
Bennett & White Construction Co...
Jas. M. Wilson  .——	
Addition to Boys' Industrial School, Coquitlam :
Ward & Sons       ._	
A. H. Kennett & Sons ....
Doyle & Sons 	
S. P. Kirkpatrick	
Armstrong & Montieth .
James Hyslop 	
E. A. and Geo. DifFner..
Coast Quarries, Ltd	
Addition to Langford School:
A. McKinty. 	
Furnace 	
G. H. Wheaton 	
Furnace 	
H. W. Dutton 	
Furnace 	
Alterations, Chilliwack Court-house:
Wm. M. Orr   	
$3,800.00
$4,082.57
7,409.00
46,328.00
47,987.50
49,955.00
51,975.00
7,236.00
7,937.00
6,696.00
6,979.00
22,240.00
$22,543.00
23,400.00
24,265.00
24,371.00
24,400.00
24,771.00
32,293.00
6,995.00
633.00
8,599.00
666.00
9,880.00
700.00
1,916.70
Awarded.
Work not undertaken.
Work not undertaken.
Work done by
day-labour.
Awarded.
Work not undertaken.
Awarded. T 44
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Cvl
rt-
Ov
u
pi
<
h
<
<
H
Z
<
Q
Z
<
m
z
X
u
<
•j9M.oux-qsnjg
•an;a3[-jBX
■sjauiiuBq-iiJBp
\-$   :     -a- co     co
' rH to CO      ;        OO Cvl CM
■saouBQ I
pUB S^BOg   i
'SJaddlJ-pBOVT j      I'M l-i 0* f-H     | CO CO ©] Cq tH      ;hNO.HNN        CO !HM        Cvl 'HMNrl     I'NMN
■S-raitB-ij, rt        ta    ^MdcoNHtOH    Minu,
puB sasooqBQ i   ,       i ;
I i—I     -«)_-«£lHlOrt     I 00 CvJ IO CO     !
■sjazop[[ng
puB s.iany-3p^a
•s^siojj
*s;ub[(J Suiiqaiq
H CO (M i-H     ico     ; ■—1     ; t—f t-H "
t-H (M     i      IHHNHNMMTfr
IMNHN      '■ C<t        rt        NHHH        tH <M M rt |        CO      i
!      'rH        00
*SJapBj3-JOAVOJ
■SJO^DBJX
CO      !      ' Cv] CO Tjt IO Cvl CQ CO ># rt CO      ! CO M »u* rt rt (M      ;-*J1 |      IrH        M rt        CHTrf*)t        <M Cv] IO
.[(O vOlQCOr
hlOt-COr-HC-OOCOCOCOt-
r io vo oi io CN     !oiot-ifl     io cv] io
■SJ-U3X
■s-iadBaog
■ (jSAvod) S-J9_[°H
IO        CO ■<* O      !      I CO      |        IOCO        lOt-t-      !        o
1 as cv] t-cvi   ' en   :
00      [tO tO CO     liHSDlOlOCOcOCvJlOCOaiCOlOOO        OOi—I 00 ■*? ■"* <M cv] r-1        CO t- OS 00
•sjaqsnJO-Jtooy
•sdimij
■sqSnojot-Moug
•saawuiBH
J3AUp^SIt(J
iCO      INN      [rt      IrH      !      !      lev]      |CO      I I (Mr
I    I  -   C4    I
COCM     IvOOCClOtNOiCOlOt- Ol       vCNt-HHO     ! Ci       LO IO CN
ft C- t- IO        t- LO Cv]
Cv] rt      !      I CM rH CO IN O] rH CM rH (M      j <M i-H >* CO      I <M      | M      I      !      ; CO rH CO      !        rt C<t Oi rt
"SHOn^l-JOlOTAT '-"COWtOC.OOMtDtXJOOmHOtlOHOOlOCO        "*C3t-100t-Nt-iMiNlOHrlHHT
L T TJ/U --, (_<1 rtrtrt        i-H i-H i-H rH rH rH tH,i-H rt        rt ,—: rH rH rH        Mr
" ([B0IUBl[0aj1i[)
sjapBOT; ,
! c>]   :        N
'(md) sjapBjQ i
3-rj.  ; t£> __- to tO CO O C-] *uH rH tO  CO IO CM rt  LO CO IO  : i—I i-h Ci 00 CM CO rt CM  ^Ht-^r
■spAons-jaMoj;
HCOO^t-HCv]      |      ;Ov.Cv]r
CO rH       I CV] Cv] rt r
•(^JBUOpB^g)
sa uiJ_.ua; ;
Q
<
o
ft
o
ft
o
h
z
w
>
z
■sjaxiui-s^ajouog
• (duincT) sjbq ;
•sat-ua^
Tf CM -^     !     : 00
H IO       CO rt     ! Cv]     ! O r
*sa[iqouio^ny
HrHrHrHrHCvJ      j<Mr
-I rH rH CM CO 00 r
• sjo ssa j c. iuoo-j i v
ȣ
'-       !rQ   O
P     s o
.sea
(.•a
O    CH
H.2S ii
„  O  O 0
oooo
o
IS I 86
o.B.XO-a
B _. c
*J3
kin nil i|
SJ*.*.„.Iv-
0.5       .'NO .
o o
0> S _«
OWtUHVOhSMMHlgS^^^^OOHndHW
_r: ._■
tn as
$  3
PS
<S
gj«
Jig .
o
g.S
M o
II
O s
rCg
■C0r>r^
[Pfl
! Ofl bu
It tt
V CJ
0) OJ
.S.S
'So "So
s a
=1 =1
CTJ   CS
0)    QJ
MM valuation of plant, tools, etc.
T 45
h
W
co
H
h^
h-l
fc
Oh
CO
wf
h-l
O
o
H
H
z
<
h-l
fc
fc
o
z
o
hH
H
h^
-tf
EH
BJ
M
o
ft
<
it
<
<
Eh
H
H
_H
CC
ft s
.H    3
3fe
IS
_3  n.
S  h^-Oh"
3 C
■a) a
•SH
i_« c
_   O  C  H   _
2 ro QJ tf e
S    'SW«
3 to
ro 0 tu
. fix
r"   S    2
__ o  »
fflH1
2Ph
Sro
3   ©
0   O
*   -rjt
h  co
?  co
LO
CO
t-
CJ
©
©
Oi
CO
o
LO
fc-
CM
Ol
oc
-tf
IO
Ol
o
CO
CO
to
CO
o
©
Cv]
tree
o
CO
to
SO
CI
©
©
IO
to
o
o
to
fc-
o
Ci
©
©
IO
©
IO
LO
Cv]
■tf
©
ro
o
fc-
00
Ci
©
©P
-tf
©
IO
to
IO
t-
00
©
CO
CM
eo
©
©
LO
Q
00
00
■tf
©
Ol
Ol
CO
©
©
Ol
fc-
co
o
©
00
o
©
o
Cv]
©
00
Cv]
03
CM
CM
ca
©
©
LO
CO
CO
cO
LO
LO
CO
IO
LO
Cv]
LO
IO
Cv]
■*tf
00
©
CO
©
©
ca
LO
o
to
r-
n
©
r—
©
o
1-1
o
o
©
o
©
©
<o
ro
o
©
©
©
■tf
-tf
©
©
o
©
©
LO
c_:
o
o
©
to
LO
es
IO
[-)
-_.
CO
©
IO
1-1
in
(M
©
IO
o
M
fc-
f!M
»o
IO
rt
CO
on
IO
<-)
r-
l—
LO
rt
rH
r-t
CO
CO
t-
LO
■tf
o
t-
00
tH
©
OS
©
Cvl
tO
CM
rt
CO
CI
cq
rH
r-l
on
rr.
ca
IN
rM
CO
ca
rH
rt
CO
«-
"■
o
©
©
o
on
o
5   ©
©
©
c
©
©
o
©
3   LO
©
©
r>
IO
o
■3    <M
©
IO
Q
iO
ca
CO
IO
r    «tf
CO
©
-rt*
ca
09
Cv]   -tf    LO
©    ©    ©    LO    ©
©   LO   LO    ©   O
© © © ©
LO    tO   ©   IO
to
(M
©   ©   ©   ©   ©
© o ca oj to
LO   LO   00   LO
ca to o oo
380
92
220
2,117
730
1,434
625
458
13
CO
LO
N
N   ffl   N    OS   «*
-tf   rH   LO   rH   ©
t-   00   t-   fc-   IO
58
514
158
1,597
i—■
©
©
©
o
©
CO
©
LO
IO
IO
©
©
ca
CJ
©
IO
on
w
fc-
rt
rt
ro to co ro
Cv] © t- ©
CO   CM    CM    rH
LO IO ©
-tf IO ©
(C Tf CO
© o ©
© © ©
LO LO ©'
r.
<—
<-»
©
©
<->
o
<->
r-t
t->
<—■
©
n
©
o
o
o
o
o
©
(->
eo
Q
©
o
©
©
©
©
o
ro
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
©
o
LO
LO
©
cj-
O
CO
h-
<-.
CO
©
r-t
IO
©
1—
[->
IO
fc-
fc-
fc-
Ol
IO
©
©
h-
IM
©
IO
ca
■tf
IO
CO
CM
Ol
CO
CM
CO
©
CM
00
CO
©
©
O:
©
"tf
CO
■tf
00
CM
©
CO
ou
CO
to
CO
CM
<N
IN
IO
in
<n
CO
1—
r-
■tf
©
on
t—
■tf
r-l
to
LO
rH
CO
l-H
-<*
-tf
tr.
fn-,
©
IO
rf
CJ
"
ca
1-1
IO © © LO © ©
CJ rH LO © © O
CO -tf CC t^ rH 00
LO CO t- t- tO ©
-tf CM CM CO CJ CM
LO © O ©
C- CJ © ©
CO 00 CO
© i-H rH
rH © CO
t- LO IO CD © ■
IO CM © 00 '
-tf rH     LO CM
t- © IO ©
rt  ro  to  eo
'tf tO    © rt
ro   © © © © IO
© © t- © rH t-
© IO © © CO LO
CO CO © CJ © ©
© CO IO LO ©
(M* t-" CS* -tf* rH
rH I    ©
©
LO
in
IO
©
O
>o
©
LO
(-)
©
o
in
OO
IO
©
©
©
©
IO
©
LO
©
O
©
00
©
CO
©
CO
CJ
rt
CO
L-
CM
o
CM
©
CJ
H
CM
t>
©
CO
G
o
CO
LO
©
-tf
rt
LO
■tf
Ol
©
i-
CO
CO
IM
<-i
■tf
IO
CO
O
r-
CD
CO
r-
eo
to
©
CM
CO
CO
CO
CO
Ot)
ce
r—
IO
CM
on
"tf
^
rt
©
©
rt
00
©
rH
CO
©
CO
t-
CJ
©
00
00
Tt<
CO
©
rH
CO
©
o
CO
fc-
t-
a.
CO
00
-tf
CO
CO
(AJ-
1-1
5   C^
s   ©
©
o
©
©
©
©
o
rH
io
CO
o
©
o
LO
©
o
©
IO
o
©
©
©
©
IO
o
o
c
©
o
o
©
CO
©
o
o
©
o
©
©
IO
©
©
©
o
LO
ca
©
©
c
©
©
©
IO
00
©
C
o
o
o
o
t   rr.
_)  -tf
5   fc-.
©
©
ca
CO
CO
00
fc-
©
CO
©
to
©
-tf
©
CO
00
eo
ca
to
©
LO
CO
IO
00
CO
CJ
to
CO
CO
LO
©
CO
©
©
©
fc-
CM
ca
00
OS
CM
©
LO
©
CO
C.
©
CO
CJ
o
©
LO
■tf
eo
LO
LO
CO
co
©
©
LO
©
eo
©
CO
eo
©
LO
CM
■S   tH
CM
CO
©
tr
■tf
CO
IO
rH
CO
©
rH
fc-
t-
CO
CO
rH
t-
LO
CO
CQ
©
<o
LO
rt
rH
t-
ca
©
TO Z
c    : ~ w
fc to S a
ti. S
■9.S.!
S Is
8 fe
—--up   m   &   c   o   c   t-t   v*   (uotH^-rtd.„ra
a
0)
fi
fi
fi
F
%%%K%
C
c
< ti
O    6h^|
d    QJ    ffi    fi    fi  '2    CJ
<D^ivUOn3_3.5-__i
[-HClHOipCHKiKlCOW 46
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
-a
s
p
o
Eh
H
CQ
l-H
HH
Cm
Ph
fi>
co
02
!-l
o
o
H
Eh"
fc
<3
iH
Ph
fc
O
fc
o
HH
Eh
<Ci
P
<!
>
*rt
O
H
$127,309.55
1,581.45
109,125.68
18,519.45
102,328.85
5,950.00
1,500.00
fc-
CO
CM
rH
CO
fc-
CO
•tf
CO
fi
.&§
H
©
©
©
LO
CO
OJ*
CO-
© © ©
© © ©
©    LO    ©
© fc- ©
00    rH    rH
ca" cm" -tf"
LO
■tf
CO
©^
CM
rH
eo-
+3
0
D, 01
«.&
OS
c
H
o
©
CO
t-
eo-
©
LO
©
fc-
LO"
©
©
od
©
■tf
rt
CM
-tf
O
ca"
ca
eo-
■3
3 £
.2 o
(H -H
© ©
•tf ©
© t~
CM    CM
eo- i-h
o
LO
CM
©
CO
CO
■tf
CO
to
-tf
to
eo-
Trailers
and
Cabooses.
©
©
©
LO
©
©
©
LO
©
LO
Ol
CO
to
CO
rH
eo
Automobiles
and Trucks
(not
included in
Equipment
Fund).
© o © © © © ©
©  LO  o  ©  o  o  ©
©    LO*    "tf    ©    CO    ©   ©
©    00    CO    LO    t-    LO    ©
©    ©    ©    rH    -tf    ©    LO
-tf             IO    ©    rH    LO    rH
»          r-t          -tf
rH
■tf
LO
■tf
©
-tf
CM
eo-
Cameras
and
Scientific
Equipment.
O
©
t-*
©
CJ
CO
LO    ©    ©
CM    O    ©
O*    CO    CO
00    -tf    -tf
■tf   Ol   CO
©
od
rH
CO
cm"
co
T_> £
B*  5   *
0) «_c
fifS
m cd S
Cu O  C3
*&rl
©
©
©1
©
oo"
©
eo
©
©
©
to
©
io"
ca
O
o
LO
00
to
CJ
co
CO
■tf
OT
00
CM
CM
CO
'o
o
Eh
©   o   ©   IO   LO
LO    CJ    O    -tf    CO
CM    rH   CM   00   CM
©    -tf    -tf    CM    -tf
to   -tf   to   00   ©
»         oo"        -»
©
00
ca
rH
O
eo-
H    C
ta   io   co  ©  ©
O      CO      I-H     ©     ©
t-    -tf    00    CO    CM
CM    CO    00    CM    00
IO    i-H    CO    rH    rH
©        cm in* co
eo-
Ol
to
CO
t-
co"
OT
-tf
eo
4J
_CJ
DO
5
d
Sh
O
-P
o
CD
w
fi
0.
bi
ct
c
s
o
X
t
o
CG
>
o
%
c
a
>
fi
o
u
c
>
est
c
Z
t
T
■r,
s
b{
s
"u
a
ai
c
"S
e
a
CO
d
c
"*■
•J
c
ot
c
1
OJ
c
"S
e
w
c
bo
0.
rH
2
CO
ai
■JH
03
3
o"
•a
H
t.
c MILEAGE AND TYPE OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTED.
T 47
O
>H
<
is
ro
o
JH
ffi
<
£
H
X
Fh
0
Tti
HH
n
X
hH
H-1
HH
HH
<
Fh
hH
«
u
z
fc
HH
Bh
>
Q
.-v
o
S5
CQ
Oh
CM
I->
Oh
Tfl
OT
hH
o
cd
+H
1—1
Uh
O
Eh
D_
h
w
CO
n
z
hH
CO
i*
o
HH
h
U
w
a
<1
O
0.
M
,4
CO
CO
>>
hJ
§
is
to
ei
<
o
H
on
O
w
Z
ro
o
<ci
a
td
u
H
o
u_
CO
Oh
o
fc
H
o
Ph
W
a
'HH
<
ft
'A
<
r/i
CO
CU
HH
1
H
rr,
(h
60
<
Q
P=
Uh
z
x-}
<
n
w
j
0
Hj
<
w
hJ
o
HH
Cd,
S
Ph
hJ
O
<
w
H
<
O
w
,1
H
HH
a
o
Z
r-H
o
W
OT
Total
(Miles).
CM
CM
©
CO
65
00
CO
©
<M
CO
CM
•-*
00
VO
«v.
CJ
CO
CJ
c;
Cv
o.
IO
00
CD
t-
©
c;
c
T-l
CM
CO
00
CO
fc-
»s
CO
©
IO
CO
trio
IO
LO
CO
00
CO
■tf
©
OT
0(
cc
©
Iv.
©
LO
Ol
©
CO
©
"o
r-
t-
"tf
CO
©
CO
t-
LO
©
CO
©
00
f*i
LO
o
■tf
tr-
LO
Other
Types.
©
©
00
Q
H
(J
<!
fc
«
P
m
PS   .
0 o  vU
fi o "
! W
S S* s
P Sh   P
."8 P.&0
©   <o
CJ    Co
CO    Go
00
d
&3
LO    *r_    -tf
CO    ©    fc-
©"    ^j.  -^1
00    &S    LO    Go    ©
OT    LQ    IO    ©}    ©
■tf*    G^    IO    C_>    rt
O             ©    CM
fH    CO    Co    t-
&3    CM    "O    -tf
©i   -tf    "O   ©
CJ    iH    00
©
CM
td
CO
©    CD
LO    Oi
CM    Go*
CO
m
fi
o  _, V
.5 <_} o.
§§*
©  c>
LO     O
LO    &t
"O
v5vf
oo
CO
TH
vJ5   LO   ~*  ©
Qi   rH    rn   ©
>v|   00   O   CJ
H    ^   LO
tO    IO   O    Cj    CM    .S.
©     IO     LO     CD    CO     CQ
rH    O    CO    r-,    ©    o
-tf                               rH
c. eo  rt cm
oo to «s ca
t-h    rH    Oi    -tf
•O             LQ    rH
©
©
©
Cv]
CM
d
2 fl   .
P 0 fl
•ill
S   0   CJ
S fi 5
WfHfe
©
IO
ci
CO
00
LO
-tf
o
CO    IO    Oj
fc. t> **
&j   ©   K
d
p
->
fH
X    U
Pt c
CO o
Ol
rt
to
cd
©
■tf
CM
GO
Ol
Cj   O
O    rH
lis
j
ro
Lo
S3
>o   ©
©    CM
c.  d
io
Go
d
vM
«t  ©      !
go co     :
d cd    j
Gravel or
Water-
bound
Macadam.
00   K   O   "5
-tf    tt   fc-   rn
H    N    fl)    1
©             ©
00    ©        !    ©
tr.   00       !   ©
■4 t>    l-tf
©    i ©
CO        !    CJ
rH    -^   tO
LO    Co    CO
a >o a
cj   ih  ta
CJ
to
CO
00
OT
CJ
t-
-tf
fc-"
CO
©
fc-
t-"
OT
©   lO   ©   TH   CO
©   o.   to   -*   00
cm'  <sv_ ©  (^ cd
CO    CM    LO
CJ
©
LO
LO
OO
CM
LO    Crj    rH        !
LO    th    tO        !
CO    >-.    ©"
OO             CO        1
CO             rH        i
Ordinary
Earth,
Sand, or
Gravel.
3
00
■tf
-tf
o
-tf
CO
00
rH
io   CJ
TH      ©
o cd
-tf
©
LO
CM
od
00
rH    O    CM
CM    -*   ©
od  d t>
fH            -tf
CO
oo     : t-
©        I    CO
00       !   CO
Ol
-tf
©
■tf
CM
fc-
©1
■tf
CJ
-tf
cd
CM
to
©
cd
CO
CM
IO
©
-tf
CO
CM
IO
IO
od
CD
LO
*    K_
Ih   >,
3§
©
©
to
CO
IO
e* ©
~t "*.
rt   00
to
CM
©
to
-tf
to
OT
o
ci
©
CD
CM
©
CO
CM
©    *H    rH
rH    CS    ©
CD   od   oj
IO
CO
©'
to
CM
Whether
Provincial
or
Classified.
3 *
5   a
fi <F
>   u
Zi
HH   C
.2 %
o   a
C v
'3   cj 'o   a
c!£c!f
i i &g
£    J3     £   rS
PmOIhC.
.2   t
3   t
c «
£ i
Ph C
.3 t
CJ     1
fl *
5   a
2 2
Pt c
.2 ^
fl *
ll
.2 "c
CJ     •
fi *
2 c
Ch C
.2 "?
3   c
fi    vC
£ -5
Ph C
a
.2 T
3   a
fl ^
£ «
Ph C
7
r
T
EC
1
i
I
P-
!
i
I
p.
a
I
is %
o   a
c <e
Ph  C
3
i
>
-HH
c
1
v-
'fn
■+■>
M
s
o
cj
s
"fi
i-
■ a
<
<
>
e
p
X
HH
c
C
c
X
Z
A
rC
-*-
c
a
c
c
fc
cc
C
t
e
|
IE
C
0
1c
c
C
C
c
C
a
4
G
a
c.
t
a
|z
[
a
X
1
c
C
c
c
f.
X
F
a
fc
C
H>
"a
P
]
a
fi
x
a
a
4-
1
1
c
]<
p
fc
a
Et
4
b
-
c
c
C
■+-
fc
c
r<
1
c
c
tt
CI
g
fc
C
g
f-
c
r*
p
fc
C T 48
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
3s
10
©
cc
0
CQ
01
GO
00
©
©
OG
CO
La
CO
ci
IC
00
c^
Ci
OC
Cj
C]
©
©
CO
©
t-
oc
IC
cc
0
CC
IC
-0
ce
LO
CO
ce
©
IO
O
rj
C
O
CC
©
fc-
0
cc
-tf
cc
GO    CJ
~*    CJ
C_l    Cvl
©
to
c
LC
CC
ec
Ov
IC
oc
c
OJ
c
cc
fc-
LC
t>C
OC
c
cc
IC
ir
fc tC
CJ  OJ
_S n
j
©
OT
od
CM
H
p
«<
fc
«
rD
m
1||
■hH    J      CO
I«"h
IShS
-tf
t-
od
rH    T-,    -tf
T-H      O     ©
CO    Go    ©
©
cd
CM    O   to
CO   -*   CD
©  d t-
■tf
©
CO
CO    O
-tf    Go
LO    *4
Cj
~4
to
t-H
d    1
00
eo
O
to
00
CO   Cj   ©
tO    O    OT
-tf* d ©
OJ
to
p
O e CJ
•sis
&*&
pq
CM
©
©
to
-tf
-tf
fc"
CM
ci
-tf   eo
10   co
od  d
CM
cm   a.
©   *>.
t-"  d
CM
eo
d
-
CM
d
t-
-tf
■tf
CJ
©
OT
cd
©    Gvj
■tf    iv.
to   fi     .
p 0 fi
Sue
Wfts
©
no
CO
10
©
Ol
d
-
(5v!    ©    Ci
to   CO   -*
id 0  d
d
ta
>
<
Ph
.a.
nfi   O
ftp
5 0
Tj _0    QJ
Cp+)
is K cj
-t->   fi   CJ
.SB
to
CO
GO
=0
id
Uti
Go
d
fc-
ed
GO
d
Gravel or
Water-
bound
Macadam.
01
cd
00
CJ    00    ©
to   t   to
co  d co
-tf             iO
CJ             -tf
LO
CM
CO
©    O    fc-
CO   «*  t-
tD    d    rH
O           CM
rt               CJ
LO
d
LO
CM
LO
cd
-tf   -*     :      :  to
rt   00      ;      \   -tf
rH    ©3        1        I    -tf
CO    IS)        i        !    CO
CJ                       !   CO
CO
10
■tf
LO     Go    ©
eo   -* c_
©'   d  -tf"
•tf         10
0
d
CO
CJ
©
OT
CO
10   00   ©   c.
©   O   rt    0
t-"   <3vJ   ©   id
tO      TH
CM
Ordinary
Earth,
Sand, or
Gravel.
©
©
©
CO
to
-tf
eo
to
ci
00
■tf
OT
00
fc-
-tf
-tf
©
CM
-tf
CM
CO
CM
IO
CO
cd
-tf
CO
CM
CO
CM
CO
©
©
CM
-tf
10
©
CO
00
CJ
©
CO
-tf
CM
CM
cd
to
©
-tf
CM
©
CJ
IO
CM
CM
CM
©
US
CM
CO
T3
* K_
fcl >i
d7_
o
CO
ci
IO
00
CO
©
O
©
LO
©
©
00
CM
©
00
CO
-tf
©
10
©
©
-co
Whether
Provincial
or
Classified.
.2    ^    .H     ^      S    *^      ^    ""d      CCrrH,      C3    r£      CtirQ      flirg      It!    p^      rf    fQ      CS    pQ      Cfl    r?J      CC    r£      CC-tJ      rf'U      CSrQ      rfrQ      CtfrQ
'a   vU '0   cj 'u   oj   y   cu '5   cj 'Ej   cj '0   a; 'o   35 *u   V *3   oj '3   D '0   o» '3   a> "3   H> *3   cj '0   cj "3   V   0   "-1
fivC    p-cfi    g  cfi    g ecl    c  cC    g (H    ficfi    ctfi    ccfi    pj (fl    c   cC    g  cfi    qcfi    ccfi    ccp    £  cfi    ctfi    g  tc
IJeJij|ij|JSjeJgJgj|iJ_f|j| I ll si si llllll
p^UPHOP^U^UPHOPHOpHOpHUPHOpHUPHQfoOpHOPHU
U
'fc
Q
"3
fc
0
QJ
0
c
c
(
1
c
.
c
a
c
5
c
f*
4-
a
c
c
X
fc
c
\
t.
\r
c
a
ri*
(
S
-
c
V
(
r-
a
c
G
E
a
C
r
V
—
a
rC
E-
T
P
0
c
CI
F
0
c
1
(
fc
L
I
c
"fl
"
fc
c
\
'I
-+-
(
a
i
0
5?
C
a
b
s
c
R
c
X
c
1
fl
>
c
c
c
>
H-
a
a
t
c
H-
a
a
ct
c
a
1
c
-
fc
a
>
0
c
a
p.
-*-
fc
a
C
~
0
c
c
a
1
a
&
c
H-
a
"c
>
a
p:
Ct
fc
E;
■T
C
c
-
c
PC
X
ct
a
K
E
H
C
c
1
Ct
K
o
O
<
n
o
p—I
W
r-t
a
rZt
r—(
>
o
fc
o
o
l-H
Eh
o
p
rt
Eh
02
55
o
o
fc
o
fc
Ph
>t
_H
Q
5^
H
O
<!
fc
h^
H
O
Eh MILEAGE AND TYPE OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTED.
T 49
tO    -ar   OO    K    10    Oj    O
■tf    -*   CO   lf
CO
t-    C;    t-    Go    rt    CO    Lf
H   N   N   5
tf
CO    ©    rt    -3-   ©    to    "I
tO   Go   c
1 A,
-tf
LO    th    ©             t-    th    Cv
OT
t-               LO              -tf
t-          ©   >r
LO
CM
CM
©
IO
©
: t-
t-
fc-
CO
!  ©
©
©
-tf
-tf
OS   --t   CJ    -^   CC
;   CM    O.   -tf    ir
OT
Ifl    6)    H    H)   T
-=r i-
1   00   K   CM   e^
-tf
©    C_    rt    ©*    fc-
co  c
1    CO    »H    CM    Cc
CO
rH                        c
:  t-        -tf  o
©
fc-
to   ro
eo  t-
!    CO
00   -a)
CM
©    00
OC
irs   t;
i    CM
00   CJ
00
t-   CO
: eo
CJ   N
©
IO     T-
to
t~
©    ^
-tf
c
©   CB
©
IC
j
CM    li-
rH    Go
■tf
t-
CM    OC
rt
LO    rn
fc-
fH    K_
CO
OT    >0
!   C
CO    N
rH
t-    Go
r-t
e-s
■tf
CO
1-
!   C
lO   IO   o
■tf
t-   (.   t
er
0.    ©  J_N
CO
CM
■tf         c
!   C
t-   o-
to
CM               r-
l>
fc-*
CO
©     :  -tf
co
!   CC
IO    Go
00
CO
©
LO
to
!   C
LO
©
cc
RvJ
00
OT
©
ec
!  <C
cc
to
IO
CO
ot
©
©
1-1
CM
©
C
ot
OJ
Ml
fc"
cr
LO
_r
o
LO
CM*
c
cfl
Cfl    rr}      Cfl    ,-tH,      di
rrj     C.
"0    r
■o   *
*
p _£ p S fi
cfi    c
£ p
£ e
Cl_
II 111
9 c
3. >
«j
CJ
JS t
B
'>
Oh O Ch O P-
U   PL
U P-
u P-
u
Ph
_;
p.
>
'w-
q
a
3 "s
C9
5
o <C
fi
c
'to
a JS
t
c
a
fi
a
Ph
« o
OJ
e
CI
H
0
a     «    °
F
0
fa
01
s
a
cd T 50
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ro
<
hJ
v_
Q
W
H
u
D
pei
H
cy_
O X
uq
Oh
o
Q
H
U 2
§■**
U
en
a
o
Q
2
pq
<
Oh
hH
u
z
HH
Oh
fc
o
t_o
HH
JS
w
Q
S o
eg r-t
rXO
bi) £
a ,2
o
o ."j
53  J=
t* ?.
; cj ** '
1 JS "*
a %
5 p
cfl  ,__.
Ph    Cfl
b»   u
•S a
>>> *3
« 'C
■S >*
XO u
O 0)
. O
_C oj
cv .fi   vU
I g
_•   £    01
£   ti  bo
.5 .5
.H       _      U
00   .J;   ■§
.   at   oi
oi ,.
•3 CO
p. H:
-
-J CH
o h
. «
CJ CJ
rX fi
(fl .PH
c i
O fi<
fc
O
'qj
0)
ca
"8 3
© -m •" <H
i »H £ O
i .p .-
; & • g S
■ rt c £ cfl
» fe -tf rg ft
! -5 OT Cfl M
' rt    V CJ
1 W ba
* .. t_j ns
1 hQ  "fc 'fc
*t.  i
° S ■
J2      .
bC   tH    ^1    £    -*
o    E
JS M
4 12
'5 2
0)    _     _
5 o o
. .a .a
a oo rt
a fl a
h   aj ai
.   .'    P O
I    8   S   _J
! 5 » _ £
,    OT     U     cj     ft
J   CO     e    _Q
J   H     5     E_   <H
.2  fi  o
'    .     cj fi
, 11 ii
5 -1111
3 S B 3
be  bo
"■fi       fc
E *
_ fi
P3       W
■a a ■»•»
o
ti
<
o
Ph
Ph
O
Oh
fc
I
Sh
1
0)
53
cd
CJ
_
A
r-t
IB
.2  £
c
9
c
fc
X
a
e
dney
dney
dney
c
q
C
a
Jh"
c
Sh=
ip
E
a
(
* E
>.
fc    c
a
a
c
O t-
o
(-
fc
H
p
P
P
P
c
HH
tt.
K
0
to
fi
fc.
s
TI
H
n
Ph
fi
>
O
<
, *
+»
fi
fc
0>
c
Ph
-fc>
r/j
0)
<
fi
fci
11
fi
a>
i
C
HH
9 •«
oi   IS
.»-c .
td fi *
w -g m
c> £
» «   o
HOC.
g «
« .3
« H
rt c
x s
Ph  *
a a
o o
I    *
St I
a  m*
Cfl    b.
01   &
u
•a- a »
S  >* ^
5 J3    o
tS    -9    HH
.9 « s
i'O    BI
rT      Cfl      OJ
^      fi    C.
•go S
w a
s >
•"      H
.9 S '
(5
J3
he
^
HH
H
ffi
w
o
ft
fcH
fcl
CD
>
"3
c
fc
V
Ph
3
c
o
0)
be
1      Cfl      -*1     fc      CO      fc
>  Sph  S Ph
1 a r\ S > a
■    C    hr   H    Oi    S
—!    fc
H
1^
rt   .
<J   oj u
fH
H
W   a
1_!
9 a
o o
ti xn .
Bi.
o o
"      v.
2 P3
a
(fl <
? £
E
0) i?
Ph   K PERRIES AND FERRY LANDINGS BUILT, ETC.
T 51
XO ot
■° i
. -a
£ s
-p
fc    Ut
a_ T3
oi    cfl
« .2
CJ      .
o V
M
■ft *
-rj    fl)
Ol   +J
SKI
0)
Cfl     fcl
fcl -H
4j  -ii
Et * ■&
._     <AJ        ).        ;-      h-        H     _h
S°«   f. t, 5» tH
a
a 9
a il
gfi
£    +3   «H
-fi     <b
*** a
.£ "^
00     "=fl
>. bfl
•H »°"_S is
©    CH     fi    -H
>>
m
bfl
rt
JH
U
C
X
H-H
OT
01
fcl
fi
c
13
"tf
CM
i
to
fH
10
■tf
t-
CO
s
>_
o
.S 2
M     r.
H A "2
s R £
O     _     CS
bo t-    .
.S " £■
Sh     Sh     Sh    O
H     .
Ph
W MB
a S ss §
ns (h Ph   t.
o a •»
a | ||
cfl ej .5  •-
*h C fc    fi
H I «   C
a ci
a M a N
O O
._ co
«   c
3    64 ,
rt    jfi    rrj
1 _
fc
>
c
fc
R °°
>
OJ    fc
0)
fi
g ed
If
0
Ph
CO
o M
-C
fi
c1 f
Es
0
o
«       P3
bo ,_;
a »
£ hh K
o
ccs   cd
> a
p-   oi
Ph
Tf
■tf
Ov
Q
W
ti
<
Ph
fc
ti
ti
O
h
fc
HH
D
oo
CO
O
z
HH
Q
Z
<!
fc
^
ti
ti
w
fc
Q
Z
<
CO
fc
ti
ti
W
fc
fc
O
CO
fc
hH
<
fc
W
0
_,_,
HH.
0)
T3
"W
-*
co   jj
fi   C   H
0>
c
c
2 »* 3
ft   C    cfl
O
ft
fi
rt
Es
-H
E5 2 "S
E* ft C
a  g .2
Si*
>.
bo
fc
fc
tt
h b-?
OJ
fi
fc     fc   3?
o
fi
c
CJ
.2
CJ
a
CJ
«H    t*t    *t
fi     fi     ..
2 2 4)
fc
01
o
be
fi
C
fci
fi
o
cfl    cfl    &
fc
T!
fi
fc   fc    .
fi
c fi .5
LO
c
■>.
T  "V w
rt
rt
tH
o
c
■S2
fi *
LO   LO
«H    vH    +"
O     0    *«
01
•H
fi j
p
bfl
fi
cfl
it
•2 £
.2 .2
u a
a  _
CJ
CJ
p ©
ci-"
0
+J
o
S   a
g   5
i_ _£3  bo
W     £0     C
C  c  o
fi ii
rt
fc
'5
a
0
0)    —'
01
Ph
Ph
O Q
Ch
OJ
01
b
b
fc
0)
ffi
o
O
.ii
0
o
o
fin
fc.
fc.
H-l
fc]
W
0»
a
>
OJ
>J
Ph
E*
fi
bo
tj
W
fi
cfl
CJ
£
"5   T3
ce
(0    rt
fc
>
rt *
fc .,_.
H   cfl
fc
a
>
fc
a
>
tt
c
"3
c
cc
a   oj
o> t_
jj * W
tf P3
fc   fc
0>    O)
rt
c
t.   5   b
rt   rt
c
Sz
fc  fc
S
fc
fc   fc
fc
>
W  fi ^
>   >
C
O
O O
<
>l
0>
fc
-a
p
.        >
??
c
fc
fc
a
fc
OJ
Ch
ft   -_l
P>H   fc
n
tso
T3
S   H,
fi
fc
P5 e
fc
n
09
4J
a
CQ
fi
fi i
i
I?
n
"
'
C3
03 T 52
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT
, 1941-
42.
FERRIES—RECORD OF TRAFFIC,
FISCAL YEAR 1941-42.
Name of Ferry.
Type.
No. of
Round
Trips.
Autos,
Buses,
and
Motor-
cycles.
Trucks.
Rigs.
Passengers
(excluding
Drivers).
Tons of
Freight.
Horses,
Cattle,
etc.
Ferries operated by
Department.
Alexandria —_ 	
Barnston Island	
Big Bar  	
Black Pool   	
Pontoon (reaction)...
Gas-boat and scow
Pontoon (reaction) —
Pontoon (reaction) —
Scow and power cable
Pontoon (reaction) ..
Pontoon (reaction) —
Pontoon (reaction) —
1,605
7,442
1,232
3,450
38,056
3,237
1,784
4,593
422
3,905
6,902
2,112
1,241
1,264
1,282
2,182
9,296
10,046
4,624
1,099
3,446
10,742
3,809
951
17,675
3,409
1,164
1.846
3,592
6,628
19,396
6,179
2,518
1,495
1,703
32
6,716
7,382
4,154
3,214
646
6,550
160
1,178
1,719
879
877
9,207
2,630
459
7,141
339
3,120
164
46
2,235
9,501
1,703
4,441
372,045
9,209
10,223
8,734
942
3,910
14,140
5,705
1,727
1,935
4,437
4,079
36,670
26,416
7,303
1,384
6,041
152,388
5,593
36,965
28,056
4,832
1,828
2,533
1,842
20,110
342,061
4,373
3,554
2,634
15,292
32
24,381
18,510
10,243
9,374
1,240
51,240
642
18,205
3,798
8,782
18,000
124,941
24,818
577
2,269.65
24.58
269.00
29,052.00
181.25
4,168.75
383
14,094
85S
123,794
317
1.588
916
865
47,272
356
2,127
92
389
1,116
201
1,437
292
Castlegar  	
726
493
Clayhurst	
Copper City 	
Crown Mountain.	
2,078
51
1.15
308.50
5,050.80
46
Pontoon (reaction) _
Gas-boat and scow —
Pontoon (reaction) —
Pontoon (reaction) ..
Pontoon (reaction) ..
Power-ferry.	
Pontoon (reaction) -
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power) ...
Scow and power-cable
Pontoon (reaction) ...
Pontoon (reaction) ..
Pontoon (reaction) ...
*Power-ferry  	
Pontoon (reaction) ..
♦Steamboat —	
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power) —
Pontoon (reaction) .
Pontoon (reaction) ..
Pontoon (reaction) ..
Pontoon (reaction) .
Scow and power-cable
Scow and power-cable
459
4,598
701
177
300
2,525
276
10,012
11,076
662
63
131
48,577
4,465
15,527
7,464
439
376
488
3,642
571
27
200
1,722
99
2,163
3,096
124
11
892
19,271
574
2,191
10,900
921
400
105
122
3,295
East Arrow Park	
East Pine 	
Finmoore   . 	
Fort Fraser  _ 	
Francois Lake	
Gravels (Quesnel River)	
Halls Landing 	
Harrop-Longbeach ...___	
Hazelton	
High Bar
442
755
319
413
369
149
302
289
565
55
361
89
1,208
39.00
284
106
899.00
669
392
2,095.00
1,375.50
359.55
11.00
1,063.00
17,226.10
519.86
2,276.00
13,642.25
202.35
17.45
115.50
717.00
2,116.00
10,346.00
3,057.00
45.06
130.35
790.00
716
89
42
2,496
Isle de Pierre	
Kelowna-Westbank	
Kitwanga  _...
Kootenay Lake 	
Kootenay River (Creston) _
3
759
285
100
1,336
157
99
406
1,227
McLure 	
Miworth (I.K. No. 3) ._	
Mount Olie  	
Needles—Fauquier	
Nelson ..    -
201
508
6,985
95,067
2,521
691
3,909
18,423
3,002
56
212
2,059
	
9,047
1,557
999
335
378
229
19
843
134
66
423
451
590
212
59
Remo	
Soda Creek  ,.
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction) .
Power-ferry	
325
2,972
428
924
Takla Lake _ 	
Taylor Flats (Peace River)...
12-Mile	
23
Gas-boat and scow...
Scow (reaction and
auxiliary power) —
Pontoon (reaction)
Pontoon (reaction) .
Pontoon (reaction)
* Power-ferry  	
♦Steamboat	
*Gas-boats	
* Power-ferry	
*Power-ferry  	
3,635
5,196
716
852
1,076
53
14
282
18,924.00
1,132.50
109.35
54.61
66.00
438.50
23.91
10,832
Usk   	
Vavenby (North Thompson)
Vinsulla (North (Thompson)
Subsidized Ferries.
Agassiz-Rosedale	
Arrowhead-Beaton y
Bowen Island  	
Denman Island 	
Gabriola Island _ _	
127
55
3,751
34
32,641
109
4,198
23
31
258
19
2,514
648
7,267
80,467
18,542
344
332
1,847
6,706
1,948
24.70
3.98
66.00
12
8
Ladner-Woodward _	
Mill Bay	
*Power-ferry 	
1,478
Totals _	
503,866
157,151
12,610
1,467,947
119,212.20
50,287
* Denotes that tolls are c
Note.—The above compr
sive of less important ferries
barged.
ises the more important ferries
such as basket-ferries, rowboa
operated
ts, small
or subsi
•eaction
dized by
'erries, e
the Deparl
tc.
ment and ]
s exclu- STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 53
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY.
Vote 161. Minister's Office          $12,775.55
Vote 162. Administration          311,995.72
Vote 163. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds         174,908.82
Vote 164. Government House (Maintenance)   29,437.72
Vote 167. Maintenance  and   Repairs  to   Government  Buildings
(except   Parliament   Buildings   and   Government
House)            449,313.62
Vote 168. Automobile Clubs, Vancouver and Victoria  2,350.00
Vote 169. Steam-boiler Inspection   $37,286.50
Less  Boiler  Inspection   and  Examination Fees      37,285.50
  1.00
Vote 170. Electrical Energy Inspection   13,975.55
Vote 171. Dewdney Dyking Commission—Grant   2,500.00
Vote 171A. Tranquille   Sanatorium — Pasteurization   Plant  and
Equipment   8,384.14
Vote 171b. Assay Office, Prince Rupert (Alterations)  4,500.00
Vote 171c. Air-raid Protection, Buildings Generally  5,997.72
Total, Votes 161 to 164, 167, 169, 170, and 171c  (for details
see Public Accounts)     $1,016,139.84
Vote 165. Roads   $1,771,639.94
Bridges   409,377.46
Ferries  311,225.75
Wharves  .  10,301.74
Equipment   52,887.21
British Columbia-Yukon-Alaska Highway  2,245.17
Roads to National Parks   850.17
Location of Highways   32,543.25
Vote 165a. Bridges    97,277.57
Vote 165b. River-bank Protection   8,000.00
Vote 165c. Classified Highways   5,000.00
Vote 165d. Kootenay Lake Ferry   45,150.15
Vote 166. Local Highways within Municipal Limits  24,628.53
      2,771,126.94
Vote 122. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  41,107.02
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge Account (Pattullo Bridge).
Revenue        $278,703.72
Expenditure    81,671.62
Operating revenue (net)        $197,032.10
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Buildings, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6—
Bituminous Surfacing   $31.87
Total expenditure, "B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6  31.87
" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6—
Roads  ,         $58,238.20
Bituminous Surfacing   5,408.63
Bridges   81.99
Buildings   10,663.77
Total expenditure, " B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6  74,392.59
" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—
Buildings     -.... $23,230.34
Roads   1,233,163.27
Bituminous Surfacing   268,165.09
Bridges   77,382.30
Carried forward    $1,601,941.00   $3,902,798.26 T 54 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Buildings, etc.)—Continued.
Brought forward    $1,601,941.00   $3,902,798.26
" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—Continued.
Wharves   2,005.37
Equipment          137,157.88
Total expenditure, " B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6      1,741,104.25
Total expenditure, Capital Account...-   $1,815,528.71
Total, Public Works expenditure (gross)     $5,643,902.51
Credits, Public Works General and Capital Accounts—
Vote 165. Roads,   R.C.A.F.   Western   Command   (Kamloops
District)     $10,154.98
Vote 165. Roads, Dominion Government (Comox District)—. 11,000.00
Cariboo Highway tolls, Yale   96,685.92
Ferry tolls—
South Okanagan, Westbank Ferry  31,822.81
Nelson-Creston, Kuskanook-Grey Creek Ferry   37,253.00
Yale, Big Bend-Boston Bar Ferry  1,420.00
Refund,    Dominion    Department   of   Fisheries,   credit
Wharves   1.00
Wharfage and Dock Dues, Prince Rupert  11,478.17
Prince   Rupert - Hazelton - Northern   Trans - Provincial
Highway  (Dominion Government)    3,545.59
Sale of tents to National Defence      1,806.08
Refunds, Credit to Vote 165—Roads Generally   (Insurance,
Cars and Trucks)  .  20,385.34
Vote 167. Rental on various Government Buildings  21,367.11
Total credits, Public Works, General        $246,920.00
Credit, Capital Account:—
" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—Highways—Dominion Government re Marine Diversion  .  2,080.81
Total credits, Public Works General and Capital Accounts  249,000.81
Total expenditure, Public Works Department (net)    $5,394,901.70
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Municipal Direct Relief (E)   $663,005.79
Married  Transients    11,115.32
Prenatal   615.00
Clothing Account   9,655.06
Assistance to Settlers   1,397.16
(U) Unemployables   585,982.12
Provincial, Contributory—
(F) Direct Relief  $163,119.87
(R) Physically Unfit  11,469.50
(W)  Unemployables   369,014.13
$1,271,770.45
(G)  Non-contributory          $47,372.32
(H)   Supervision          174,237.82
(J) Public Health        130,492.18
(Y) Dependents of Enemy Aliens  $8,211.41
(X) Japanese —  620.03
(Z)  Saskatchewan Mennonites   8,911.19
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, June 30th, 1939:   Roads to National Parks   21,235.12
543,603.50
352,102.32
Carried forward         $38,977.75   $2,167,476.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 55
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued,
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward         $38,977.75   $2,167,476.27
Dominion-Provincial   Agreement,   August   27th,   1940:    Tourist
Highways  j  14,526.13
  53,503.88
$2,220,980.15
Credit:   Sundry adjustments in respect of prior years  2,286.84
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund expenditure (gross)    $2,218,693.31
Credits—
Dominion Government Contributions—
(Y)   Enemy Aliens   $8,211.41
(X)  Japanese   620.03
Dominion-Provincial Agreements—
Agreement of July 30th, 1939:  Roads to National Parks 10,771.31
Agreement of August 27th, 1940:   Tourist Roads  7,263.07
Total, Dominion contributions          $26,865.82
Debit-
Refund to Dominion Government Sundry Accounts:
Assistance to Settlers  $708.63
Refund under (G), Sec. 6:   Assistance to Settlers.—    262.91
971.54
Net credits, Dominion contributions          $25,894.28
Refund by Province of Saskatchewan:  Assistance
to Mennonite Settlers      $8,911.19
Refund to Province under (G), Sec. 6: Assistance to Settlers          262.91
Sale of tents to National Defence     10,061.50
Total credits, other than Dominion contributions 19,235.60
Total credits   45,129.88
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund (net)    $2,173,563.43
Summary, Public Works and Unemployment Relief Fund.
Credits and
Contributions.   Net Expenditure.
Public Works  (General)   $3,828,373.80    $246,920.00    $3,581,453.80
Public Works  (Capital)      1,815,528.71 2,080.81      1,813,447.90
Total, Public Works expenditure   $5,643,902.51    $249,000.81    $5,394,901.70
Unemployment Relief Fund   $2,167,476.27        	
Sale of tents to National Defence under  (G)  Non-
contributory    $10,061.50 $2,157,414.77
Dominion-Provincial Agreements  .          35,761.25 18,034.38 17,726.87
Assistance to Settlers  (Province of Saskatchewan)            8,911.19 8,911.19   	
Enemy Aliens and Japanese             8,831.44 8,831.44   	
$2,220,980.15      $45,838.51    $2,175,141.64
Credits, sundry adjustments in respect of prior years 2,286.84 708.63 1,578.21
Total, Unemployment Relief expenditure _ $2,218,693.31      $45,129.88    $2,173,563.43
Total expenditure, Public Works and Unemployment Relief Fund   $7,862,595.82    $294,130.69    $7,568,465.13 T 56 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
100. Canadian Highway   $8,232.01
193. Nomash   775.53
51. Spud Valley   1,579.22
18. Tofino-Ucluelet   3,994.65
36. Zeballos   9,857.42
Trucks     3,316.00
Sundry roads (units under $150)    50.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $27,804.83
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
156. Island Highway   $5,735.78
53r. Arterial Highway (Port Alberni)   802.65
1. Beaver Creek   3,829.24
503. Brechin   507.18
100. Canadian Highway   1,886.42
10. Central Lake   4,934.32
534. Fifth Street  208.99
535. Fourth Street  499.35
548. Harewood Avenue   1,179.10
156. Island Highway   873.75
462. Jingle Pot   1,054.50
328. Marine Drive   355.51
469. Nanaimo Lakes           . 557.94
432. Northfield     834.44
76a. River, Primary Highway  (Alberni)    1,070.03
605. Seventh Street   752.66
514. Third Avenue   735.53
526. Vancouver Avenue   348.93
Sundry roads  (units under $150)  .-.  426.91
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        26,593.23
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Buildings.
Purchase of Parcel A, Lots 8, 9, Block 55, Section 1, Nanaimo
District        $1,500.00
Total, Capital Account—Buildings          1,500.00
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
68. Bedwell River  $300.10
1. Beaver Creek  2,916.54
203. Beaver Creek Wharf   204.98
125. Blower   802.70
66. Bamfield trails  634.50
264. Bellevue .. .  181.95
100. Canadian Highway   9,634.56
10. Central Lake  ■  3,100.93
507. Chase River   323.21
11. Cherry Creek   614 48
271. Clarke     176.95
285. Coombs Station   155.80
311. Departure Bay  747.67
312. Doumont  :  222.09
315. Dickinson    169.56
438. East Wellington   626.10
217. Errington     571.84
739. Extension   482.48
506. Eberts   238.45
534. Fifth Street       . 317 20
Carried forward     $22,422.09    $55,898.06
. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 57
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $22,422.09    $55,898.06
Reg. No.
535. Fourth Street  242.45
24. Fabers   179.89
740. Fiddick   503.09
27. Grandview   217.70
223. Grafton Avenue   376.05
548. Harewood   616.61
550. Howard Avenue  342.91
31. Hector    401.41
156. Island Highway   6,315.09
462. Jingle Pot   878.01
34. Kitsuksus   180.87
221. Kaye    287.11
38. Lake Shore   243.25
328. Marine Drive  585.91
47. McCoy Lake   209.17
469. Nanaimo Lakes   969.70
432. Northfield    242.38
237. Northwest Bay  636.66
588. Park Avenue   354.46
589. Pine Street   366.30
341. Rutherford    171.16
605. Seventh Street   222.23
51. Spud Creek  192.00
205.  Superior   152.46
514. Third Street   258.58
623. Townsite    238.46
18. Tofino-Ucluelet   676.93
536. Wakesiah Avenue   862.94
280. Winchester    237.45
567. Wall Street   236.65
36. Zeballos    1,420.00
33r. Arterial Highway (Alberni)   164.40
53r. Arterial Highway (Port Alberni)    555.54
Supervision     2,055.13
Plant and tools   2,739.54
Plant repairs and rentals   1,218.26
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   5,492.61
Total, Vote i65—Roads, Trails, etc.       53,465.45
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
76a. Primary Highway (Alberni)   $5.00
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways   5.00
Vote 165—Bridges: Maintenance.
100. Coleman  $251.91
123. Dry Creek   434.25
325. Goodall    276.50
126. Grandview   359.41
68. Paris   359.88
61. Sinnott     745.73
67. Winchester    508.81
102. Wise   245.59
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   3,608.27
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance            6,790.35
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Argyle Street (Port Alberni)          $156.25
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits ...  156.25
Carried forward  $116,315.11 T 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ALBERNI-NANAIMO DISTRICT—ConUnWed.
Brought forward  $116,315.11
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
191. Lucky Creek Trail  $500.00
53. Artlish River   150.00
109. Tranquil Creek   2,664.40
118. Ken Falls   500.00
119. Penny Creek   100.00
120. Fil Group   125.00
111. Gold Valley  286.75
121. Bulson Creek   1,000.00
68. Bedwell River   3,000.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         8,326.15
Vote 165a—Bridges.
90. Margaret        $1,932.20
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges          1,932.20
Total expenditure, Public Works..  $126,573.46
Note.—Re Alberni-Nanaimo and Islands Districts: For administration and engineering purposes the original boundaries of Alberni-Nanaimo and Islands
Districts have been adhered to for the fiscal year 1941-42.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Alberni-Nanaimo District.
(Prior to July 22nd, 1941.)
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed  j  $5,282.80
No work performed      1,329.47
Assistance to Settlers        142.95
Prenatal   5.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $6,760.22
(G)   Non-contributory   __  458.60
(H)   Supervision   3,571.24
(J)    Public Health   1,862.17
(W) Unemployables   9,515.60
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund        22,167.83
Alberni District.
(July 23rd, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.)
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $663.76
No work performed      162.54
Assistance to Settlers       91.04
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $917.34
(J)    Public Health  42.32
(W) Unemployables  ;         2,214.75
Total expenditure, Unemployment Relief Fund          3,174.41
Alberni-Nanaimo and Alberni  $25,342.24
Total expenditure, Alberni-Nanaimo District  $151,915.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 59
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
46. Atlin streets   $22.50
64. Dominion Creek   150.00
Camp equipment  112.50
13. O'Donnel River  :  1,322.81
15. Ruby Creek   327.50
17. Spruce Creek  2,284.59
1. Surprise Lake   944.56
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $5,164.46
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
46. Atlin streets   $431.80
8. Indian River  175.00
13. O'Donnel River   107.00
15. Ruby Creek  205.40
146. Road to Airport  461.38
17. Spruce Creek   475.72
Garage   87.44
Plant repairs and rentals  (Credit, $780.77)
Plant and tools   47.10
Supervision  3.00
Snow-removal     1,847.15
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   34.08
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.          3,094.30
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
32. Stephendyke  .  $459.97
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   87.00
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance  546.97
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
4. Birch Creek   $109.00
Canyon Creek Trail   100.00
64. Dominion Creek   300.00
6. Fourth of July Creek   45.76
13. O'Donnel River  :  479.28
17. Spruce Creek   48.00
150. Tulsequah River   500.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining- Roads and Trails, etc  1,582.04
Total expenditure,  Atlin  District
(North)  $10,387.77
ATLIN DISTRICT   (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
63. Bear River   $4,999.12
73. Big Missouri  1,999.69
84. Dolly Varden Railway  ,  1,994.76
69. Gwinaha-Cranberry   1,994.55
102. Stewart-Hyder   1,771.74
Total, Capital Account—Roads        12,759.86
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
72r. Arterial Highway   $163.00
63. Bear River        1,113.92
Carried forward       $1,276.92    $12,759.86 T 60 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward    $1,276.92    $12,759.86
Reg. No.
73. Big Missouri  200.79
102. Stewart-Hyder   166.00
66. Salmon River   1,328.22
Bear River (protection of banks)   1,019.43
Supervision, " A "   3,462.53
Garage     565.04
Plant and tools   1,298.21
Plant repairs and rentals   1,010.91
Snow-removal    5,461.59
Sundry roads and trails (units under $150)   380.03
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        16,169.67
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
82. Bear River Road   $177.60
90. Stewart-Hyder Road   699.19
91. Stewart-Hyder Road  483.70
92. Stewart-Hyder Road  531.09
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   562.24
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance        2,453.82
Vote 165—Ferries.
2. Upper Nass-Grease Harbour   $600.00
Kitsault River at Alice Arm   60.00
Total, Vote 165—Ferries  . 660.00
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
70. Bitter Creek Trail   $249.90
84. Upper Kitsault Valley Trail   179.00
Bridge at Camp 8, Kitsault River Road  390.87
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  819.77
Total expenditure, Atlin  District
(South)  $32,863.12
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
51. Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake      $15,810.16
Total, Capital Accounts—Roads        15,810.16
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
61. Telegraph Creek streets   $807.38
51. Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake   1,091.69
Glacier Lake Trail   150.00
Plant and tools  3,384.33
Plant repairs and rentals   32.95
Unissued stores   64.50
Snow-removal     605.50
Sundry roads (units under $150)   107.95
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.          6,244.30
Carried forward     $22,054.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 61
ATLIN DISTRICT   (STIKINE)— Continued.
Brought forward     $22,054.46
Vote 165—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
157. Canyon Creek   $338.15
149. Twenty-two Mile Creek   283.00
72. Tuya   172.50
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   26.20
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance  819.85
Total  expenditure, Atlin  District
(Stikine)  $22,874.31
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
No work performed   $367.60
(J)    Public Health   130.20
(W) Unemployables          5,128.93
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  —        5,626.73
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North, South, and Stikine)     $71,751.93
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936":   Buildings.
B.C. Training-school   $310.00
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Buildings  I $310.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
17r. Central Arterial Highway      $20,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads       20,000.00
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Ir. Kingsway     $2,272.90
2. Ioco-Sunnyside     322.03
3. loco Townsite   277.48
10r.  Coquitlam     836.26
14r. Hastings-Barnet   2,397.72
17b. Central Arterial Highway   3,433.64
18r. Dewdney Trunk  1,053.92
19r. Dewdney Trunk  842.53
20r. Dewdney Trunk  998.45
57r. loco-Port Moody   271.83
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   264.25
Supervision   1,666.81
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc       14,637.82
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
62a. Grandview-Douglas     $1,661.68
14b. North  .  44.47
15b. Clarke   1.11
22b. Riverway    713.49
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways        2,420.75
Carried forward     $37,368.57 T 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    $37,368.57
Vote 165—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
3-1. Barnet Mill   $272.20
10-1. Aliceville   204.40
10-3. Bent   1,964.11
10-9. First Street   2,292.12
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)   648.23
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance          5,381.06
Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified.
3-5. Guichon Creek
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified   4.88
Vote 166—Local Roads within Municipal Limits.
Prairie-Baekditch-Oliver        $2,000.00
Total, Vote 166—Local Roads within Municipal Limits          2,000.00
Total expenditure, Public Works... $44,754.51
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F) Direct Relief-
Work performed   $67.70
(G) Non-contributory   88.72
(J)    Public Health          2,331.63
(W) Unemployables   $1,518.02
Less credit, prior to April, 1941   12.00
         1,506.02
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund          3,994.07
Total expenditure, Burnaby District      $48,748.58
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
10. Cariboo (Cuisson-Alexandria Project)   $14,670.02
Cariboo (Red Bluff)   4,125.27
Cariboo     2,731.05
38. Barkerville (6-Mile Project)   5,176.81
Barkerville (Jack of Clubs)   7,757.96
Barkerville   1,567.09
32. Fraser   ,  534.48
58. Blackwater  1,094.23
38a. Wells Townsite   576.63
Sundry roads (units under $150)  260.59
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $38,494.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Buildings.
Barkerville Court-house        $3,150.00
Total, Capital Account:—Buildings         3,150.00
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
5. Keithley   $529.08
7. Ahbur Creek   172.26
Carried forward  $701.34    $41,644.13 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 63
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg.
10.
11.
19.
23.
32.
38.
38.
38a
No.
Cariboo
Brought forward.
Williams Lake Cut-off	
Macalister-Beaver Lake 	
Soda Creek-McLeese 	
Fraser 	
B arkerville  	
Barkerville  (Island Mountain)
. Wells Townsite 	
47r. Cariboo Road (Arterial) 	
58. Blackwater  	
59. Nazko 	
60. Quesnel Hydraulic 	
67. Willow River-Sugar Creek 	
86. Broughton  	
107. Fort Alexandria 	
123. Keithley-Yanks Peak 	
126. Cottonwood-Tertiary  	
175. Meadow Creek 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage operation 	
Plant and tools 	
Machinery repairs
Plant repairs and rentals
Supervision  	
12.
13.
66.
82.
90.
99.
103.
195.
248.
287.
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Baker Creek
Bear River 	
Fraser River ...
Hixon Creek _
Keithley
Jack of Clubs Flume
Sisters Creek	
LeBourdais 	
Mud River 	
Wades   	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$701.34    $41,644.13
12,889.11
405.47
421.95
407.97
1,443.70
9,274.13
607.08
505.66
202.81
1,236.93
3,850.99
991.29
152.60
292.49
254.40
639.42
846.80
199.20
2,915.66
2,503.97
5,579.89
418.82
230.91
2,811.59
$171.78
2,334.78
1,869.67
246.05
321.00
716.72
265.49
351.69
1,185.14
183.02
1,766.13
49,784.18
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:    Maintenance
9,411.47
Vote 165—Ferries.
Alexandria
Gravels   	
Macalister ..
Soda Creek
Total, Vote 165—Ferries
$1,358.98
1,337.60
3,182.11
1,421.23
7,299.92
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
106. Cinema-Fraser River (Tertiary Mine)  —
212. Broughton-Wollesen Lease 	
142a. Wolf Creek	
114. Cinema-Cottonwood Mine 	
115. Cottonwood-San Juan Trail 	
108a. Cottonwood River Placers-Mutch Leases
163. Old road, Quesnel Forks-Keithley	
216. Wormwold Creek 	
166. Trail to Wing Sang property
139E. Barkerville-Keithley Trail (Little Snowshoe-Barr Creek).
$749.85
183.43
400.00
236.67
37.50
239.45
100.00
264.93
198.40
100.00
Carried forward         $2,510.23 $108,139.70 T 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,510.23 $108,139.70
Reg. No.
195. Road to placer property at Alexandria  500.00
117. Foster-Swift River   293.27
135a. Valley Creek   723.50
139e. Barkerville-Keithley  :  100.00
100. Hixon Creek   88.40
167. Keithley-Yanks Peak   695.99
107. Dibbs-Cottonwood Canyon  476.89
122. Beaver Pass-Willow River   200.00
107. Spanish Lake Dam   98.70
469. Ahbau Lake   100.00
125. Swift River from Stanley   100.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.         5,886.98
Vote 165a—Bridges.
66. Fraser River   $2,625.00
99. Jack of Clubs Flume   1,115.10
300. Alexandria     1,698.63
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   230.00
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges         5,668.73
Total expenditure, Public Works. $119,695.41
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $1,606.45
No work performed      2,838.59
Assistance to Settlers         271.60
Prenatal   15.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $4,731.64
(G)   Non-contributory   309.35
(H)   Supervision   •  900.00
(J)    Public Health   1,133.92
(W) Unemployables    9,133.68
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        16,208.59
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)   $135,904.00
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
417. Beaver Valley   $526.55
10. Cariboo   19,622.41
318. Canim Lake   1,189.52
449. Canim Lake-Deka Lake   2,119.60
332. Eagle Creek   232.68
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake  340.05
375. Mile 108-Horsefly   636.65
362. Murphy Lake   300.00
395. Roe Lake-Mile 100  365.20
11. Williams Lake Cut-off   9,508.50
440. Wilson Lake   197.96
Sundry roads (units under $150)   205.18
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $35,244.30
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
411. Alexis Creek   $256.40
306. Big Creek          1,020.61
Carried forward       $1,277.01    $35,244.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 65
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $1,277.01    $35,244.30
Reg. No.
417. Beaver Valley   542.74
314. Bridge Lake (North)   988.20
315. Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake   159.40
318. Canim Lake   1,406.41
10. Cariboo   6,690.89
18. Chilcotin   4,566.79
443. Canim Lake-Mahood   180.40
329. Dog Creek-Churn Creek  452.87
332. Eagle Creek  232.30
448. Eagan Lake   305.00
526. Greenlees    510.70
419. Horsefly   1,624.14
421. Horsefly   182.27
342. Hanceville-Canoe Creek   521.46
422. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake  366.80
345. Horse Lake   265.04
349. Knife Creek  1  188.60
352. Lake   229.60
15. Likely     1,816.32
353. Little Timothy Mountain  :  171.80
358. Meldrum Creek-Fraser River   424.15
375. Mile 108   362.37
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake      988.89
386. North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake .  244.91
70. Peavine Ridge   378.00
389. Pigeon    227.20
371. Roe Lake-Mile 100   627.10
398. Spokin Lake   459.30
425. Upper Horsefly   291.33
37. Williams Lake-Mile 57   2,798.83
11. Williams Lake Cut-off      1,771.25
381. Williams Lake-Mile 156   321.00
383. Williams Lake-Mile 168      380.88
79R. Williams Lake  (Arterial)    230.50
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    2,220.85
Plant and tools      .  5,425.67
Plant repairs and rentals   724.87
Snow-removal      2,323.97
Garage   410.28
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        43,290.09
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Cariboo Road (Mile 84-Mile 100)        $1,194.38
Canim Lake          2,538.08
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways          3,732.46
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
437. Atkinson     $437.33
17. Beaver Lake   697.09
7. Beaver Valley   356.52
302. Big Creek   265.25
340. Chilcotin Suspension   7,747.25
341. Christie   845.84
367. Hanceville     1,270,04
481. Hudgins     543.37
459. Kleena Kleene   807.85
344. 111-Mile Creek   357.05
461. McClinchy   856.20
Carried forward     $14,183.79    $82,266.85 T 66 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $14,183.79    $82,266.85
Reg. No.
378. Onward    201.39
338. Vedan    198.30
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   794.71
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance       15,378.19
Vote 165—Ferries:   Maintenance.
6. Woodjam  ...  $199.63
Total, Vote 165—Ferries   199.63
Vote 165a—Bridges.
340. Chilcotin Suspension  ,       $4,627.85
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges        4,627.85
Total expenditure, Public Works . $102,472.52
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed  .  $807.65
No work performed     691.20
Assistance to Settlers        30.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $1,528.85
(G)   Non-contributory   95.70
(H)   Supervision   2,596.28
(J)    Public Health   1,287.72
(W) Unemployables   7,165.95
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  :       12,674.50
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)   $115,147.02
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North
and South)    $251,051.02
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Equipment           $1,664.84
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $1,664.84
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
6. Columbia Valley        $1,311.59
13. Hope-Rosedale        17,564.72
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway          4,689.65
106b. Cultus Lake          1,710.63
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        25,276.59
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
4. Chilliwack River   $239.32
6. Columbia Valley   2,664.54
13. Hope-Rosedale   4,402.79
28. Rosedale Ferry   190.95
31. Sumas Mountain   441.06
32. Huntingdon Townsite   570.18
Carried forward       $8,508.84    $26,941.43 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 67
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $8,508.84    $26,941.43
Reg. No.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway   16,568.05
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway   8,475.06
7b. Abbotsford-Huntingdon   1,031.72
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway   6,432.30
9r. Rosedale Ferry   224.14
12b. Abbotsford-Mission    1,507.71
61b. Old Yale   2,021.33
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   1,351.04
Plant and tools ...  1,079.08
Vedder River (bank-protection)   (8r)   1,866.06
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        49,065.33
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Classified
Roads.
62b. Sardis    $107.04
106b. Cultus Lake  -.  116.40
Total, Vote 165—Classified Roads   223.44
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
1. Overhead Crossing   $191.62
16. Vedder Canal   406.48
29.  Sumas Drainage-canal   376.29
31. Cultus Lake   190.56
55. Ferry Slough   230.43
61. McGillivray Creek  898.37
63. Atehelitz   14,094.79
70. Great Northern Overhead   5,751.48
76. Mercer    1,552.91
77. Innes Creek   2,197.01
79. Cheam   174.71
89. Popcum, No. 3   286.36
90. Popcum, No. 4   158.52
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    1,107.37
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance        27,616.90
Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified.
20. Vedder River        $2,976.59
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified          2,976.59
Vote 165—Ferries.
7. Agassiz-Rosedale        $7,380.98
Total, Vote 165—Ferries          7,380.98
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
" C " Street Extension, Sumas Municipality   $196.00
Whatcom Road, Sumas Municipality         2,000.00
Atehelitz Bridge Detour (oiling)   450.00
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways          2,646.00
Vote 165a—Bridges.
Vedder River  (protection)    $948.17
23. Barton Ditch         4,554.29
56. Dunville Creek          3,524.94
Carried forward       $9,027.40 $116,850.67 T 68 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165a—Bridges—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,027.40 $116,850.67
Reg. No.
81. Second Twin River Bridge, No. 1   128.40
82. Second Twin River Bridge, No. 2   128.42
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges          9,284.22
Total expenditure, Public Works . $126,134.89
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $181.10
No work performed       40.55
Assistance to Settlers      879.40
Prenatal         20.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $1,121.05
(G)   Non-contributory    293.07
(H)   Supervision   14.10
(J)    Public Health  .  786.03
(W) Unemployables   4,137.23
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund          6,351.48
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District   $132,486.37
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  $139.40
6. Athalmer   480.78
87. Trans-Canada Highway  (Golden-Leanchoil)    980.40
308. The Bench Road  . 437.02
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads        $2,037.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
6. Invermere         $1,799.01
245. Bruce Avenue  777.30
Windermere (old road)     636.36
Windermere  (new road)    558.81
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Bituminous Surfacing          3,771.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway      $35,981.19
87. Trans-Canada Highway (Golden-Leanchoil)        619.16
280. Trans-Canada Highway (Golden West)          1,158.82
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads       37,759.17
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":  Bridges.
10. Canyon Creek       $9,999.13
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          9,999.13
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
6. Invermere    $2.00
245. Bruce Avenue  1.50
Windermere (old road)   1.50
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Bituminous Surfacing   5.00
Carried forward        $53,572.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $53,572.38
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway       $10,130.07
West Side
Toby 	
Athalmer
Campbell
8. Findlay Creek 	
13. Canyon Creek	
29. Johnson  	
37. Blaeberry School 	
42. Golden-Donald Upper 	
87. Trans-Canada Highway (Golden-Leanchoil)
202. Third Avenue, Golden 	
203. Second Avenue, Golden	
232. Fourth Avenue, Athalmer 	
244. Third Avenue, Invermere 	
280.
280.
289.
290.
300.
Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend Section)
Trans-Canada Highway (Golden West)  	
Arbuckle-Canal Flats 	
Dunne 	
Columbia 	
Golden streets	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)  	
Garage operation 	
Plant repairs and rentals 	
Repairs (Equipment Fund units) 	
Repairs (District Vote units)  .	
Plant and tools	
Repairs  (Public Works office)  	
Surveys generally 	
1,912.52
235.33
159.80
819.30
1,755.56
229.20
188.37
333.75
326.13
7,026.43
270.44
296.56
166.69
565.45
7,087.44
5,289.42
216.89
217.61
.222.19
154.83
3,616.36
5,346.40
1,840.27
80.13
1,884.14
2,020.90
563.66
143.42
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        53,099.26
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
4. Kicking Horse
10. Canyon Creek
68. Athalmer  _.
165. Brisco   	
213. Park 	
255.  Sullivan River
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 165—Bridges 	
Vote 165—Ferries:   Maintenance.
8. Donald 	
$160.72
562.03
1,372.63
452.02
168.28
3,393.39
1,276.03
$17.20
Total, Vote 165—Ferries  _.
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Bugaboo Creek Road and Trail	
Paradise Mine Road (Spring Creek) ...
Toby Creek Road and Trail Extension
Quartz Creek Trail 	
Parson to Penrose Mine 	
$248.21
50.00
25.00
24.75
488.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Total expenditure, Public Works . $114,909.90
7,385.10
17.20
835.96
Carried forward   _ —  $114,909.90 T 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $114,909.90
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, June 30th, 1939:   Roads to National
P a tck s_	
Kingsgate-Radium          $6,671.84
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $2,744.59
No work performed        734.53
Total, (F) Direct Relief ---  3,479.12
(G)  Non-contributory    780.00
(H)   Supervision   657.80
(J)   Public Health   233.95
(W) Unemployables    6,064.64
(Y)   Enemy Aliens   262.20
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        18,149.55
Total expenditure, Columbia District   $133,059.45
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Alert Bay   $1,999.40
71. Hardy Bay   4,806.51
196. Island Highway (Menzies Bay)   3,695.13
196. Island Highway (Fanny Bay)   20,050.58
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $30,551.62
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bridges.
25. Coal Creek        $8,009.63
Total, Capital Account—Bridges          8,009.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
196. Island Highway        $9,285.58
330. Church Road  141.61
353. Parksville Cross Road          2,321.17
367. Station Road   172.48
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          11,920.84
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Alert Bay       $1,873.58
3. Back  ...  317.53
8. Comox   2,404.89
9. Cumberland   824.79
10. Headquarters   658.02
11. Royston  908.30
12. Bevan    188.06
13. Comox Lake   156.47
14. Lazo   643.27
18. Condensory   195.89
26. Hodgson   176.04
49. Campbell River               1,907.47
51. East   289.73
52. Lacon   291.23
54. Denman   207.80
56. North-west  234.01
67. Knight             .. 282.24
Carried forward         $11,559.32    $50,482.09 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 71
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,559.32    $50,482.09
Reg. No.
71. Hardy Bay   362.82
74. Peterson   250.57
76. Central   547.73
91. Kye Bay   166.24
93. Lake Trail   666.82
96. Little River   375.61
105. Dove Creek   580.82
107. Coleman    195.30
113. Tsolum River   180.05
115. Williams    209.63
131. Malcolm Island  :  834.68
156. Sharpe     428.89
161. Hern   .  274.00
162. Sayward   1,001.91
188. Heriot Bay  :    282.53
189. Hyacinth Bay   267.58
191. West           182.44
196. Island Highway  ._'.'. 20,963!41
222. McFarlan   375.02
241. Front Street  .  522.42
267. Read Island   182.05
330. Church    204.10
337. Gilbert   155.58
341. Hilliers  . 1  673.35
343. Holberg-Cape Scott   397.35
353. Parksville Cross Road   221.65
360. Quatsino   157.90
423. Cemetery  755.50
453. Chateau   407.46
457. Fifth Street, Cumberland   242.56
458. Baylis    213.15
459. Allen Avenue, Cumberland   252.59
460. Keswick Avenue, Cumberland    474.36
461. Puntledge     278.30
32r. Arterial Highway   280.25
Sundry roads   5,322.71
Office salaries, etc.   1,593.57
Garage operation   1,331.62
Plant and tools   1,645.43
Surveys   587.87
Equipment   1,621.50
Road between Coal Harbour and Port Hardy   11,000.00
$68,226.64
Less credit, plant repairs and rentals  ...„: ..  305.08
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        67,921.56
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
77a. Primary   (Courtenay)     $440.92
3b. Secondary (Courtenay)    182.36
34b. Secondary (Cumberland)   65.00
35b.  Secondary  (Cumberland)    — 103.36
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways   791.64
Vote 165—Bridges: Maintenance.
6. Burrard ....-  $247.66
56. Campbell River   1,256.95
105. Matthewson     330.84
107. Minto   849.58
115. Oyster River  - j — 2,005.97
Carried forward .....      $4,691.00 $119,195.29 T 72 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,691.00 $119,195.29
Reg. No.
125. Condensory   543.93
253. South   216.57
310. Little Qualicum   1,632.04
313. Blair Athol   219.91
315. Big Qualicum   2,152.60
Sundry bridges   1,274.77
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance       10,730.82
Vote 165—Ferries.
Denman Island  '.      $3,650.00
Total, Vote 165—Ferries         3,650.00
Vote 165a—Bridges.
5. Brown's   $862.28
101. Law     212.38
102. Bigold   295.59
115. Oyster River  1,079.44
195. Thames Creek   1,922.35
Sundry bridges   112.86
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges          4,484.90
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
6-243. Mount Washington Trail   $202.40
6-153. Coast Copper Mine Road  539.70
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  742.10
Total expenditure, Public Works_ $138,803.11
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $5,247.18
No work performed      4,347.42
Assistance to Settlers         255.20
$9,849.80
Less credit, prior to April, 1941   1.85
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $9,847.95
(G)   Non-contributory     628.51
(H)   Supervision     3,301.58
(J)   Public Health    1,946.62
(W) Unemployables   19,554.90
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        35,279.56
Total expenditure, Comox District  $174,082.67
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
Bituminous surfacing  $31.87
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bituminous Surfacing  $31.87
Carried forward  $31.87 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 73
 , ———■ ,	
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $31.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing.
Reg. No.
24. North Shore Road  $77.20
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Bituminous Surfacing  77.20
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
132. Island Highway        $2,647.98
24. North Shore          3,242.25
163. Spruston          5,435.69
Total, Capital Account—Roads        11,325.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
24. North Shore        $3,616.70
23. Cowichan Lake         2,030.31
165. Hillcrest   529.55
132. Island Highway          6,542.54
63A. Primary Highway (North Cowichan Municipality)    792.53
24. North Shore          6,570.04
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Bituminous Surfacing       20,081.67
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
10. Bennie   $656.34
4. Barnes   232.34
7. Bench   235.70
121. Cedar  :.  759.52
97. Cowichan Bay   1,174.58
23. Cowichan Lake  2,057.76
85. Doole   190.83
200. Enefer   184.66
46. Greenway   322.05
50. Glenora   237.11
58. Haslam   222.63
55. Holden-Corso   679.50
132. Island Highway   9,713.28
61. Indian     293.28
234.  North    447.01
24. North Shore  ,  1,021.14
69. Nanaimo Lakes  344.32
95. Old Koksilah   532.20
98. Old Trunk   632.52
171. Pritchard    346.33
106. Quennel    270.45
44. Rittens   230.85
163. Spruston     2,710.47
113. Sahtlam   192.83
238. South    1,296.34
27. South Shore   1,330.51
122. South Forks  .  254.66
129. Thomas   1,632.37
31b. Arterial Highway (North Cowichan)   2,849.38
68r. Arterial Highway (Ladysmith)   156.80
7lR. Arterial Highway (Duncan)   24.45
Sundry roads (units under $150)    1,250.35
Supervision   2,339.26
Plant and tools   3,123.46
Machinery   13,703.94
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        51,649.22
Carried forward     $83,165.88 T 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $83,165.88
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
63a. Primary Highway (North Cowichan Municipality)   $59.74
36b. Secondary Highway (North Cowichan Municipality)   56.12
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways   115.86
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
4. Bonsall   $1,110.31
15. Clem Clem Litz  454.93
30. Duncan   1,639.72
111. Jaynes    185.64
154. McLeans   319.81
159. Paterson   475.27
115. Robertson River  3,637.49
118. Slide   515.79
200. Skutz Falls   4,000.00
126. Todds  1  243.09
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,289.24
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance       13,871.29
Vote 165—Ferries.
Gabriola Island        $7,687.39
Total, Vote 165—Ferries          7,687.39
Total expenditure, Public Works..$104,840.42
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $5,016.90
No work performed        940.35
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $5,957.25
(G)  Non-contributory    391.70
(J)    Public Health   1,379.07
(W) Unemployables   1,657.55
(X)  Japanese   127.65
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund          9,513.22
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District   $114,353.64
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   $8,801.49
2. Kootenay-Columbia  Highway   4,239.67
18. St. Mary Lake   1,371.63
67. Waldo-Newgate    4,498.79
209. Cedar Avenue, Marysville   130.90
Kimberley streets  .  7,612.66
Slaterville streets   2,843.05
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $29,498.19
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
Bituminous surfacing     $13,733.88
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        13,733.!
Carried forward     $43,232.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 75
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $43,232.07
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway       $9,134.35
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway
4. Gold Creek 	
10. Haha Creek 	
13. Phillips  j	
16. Mission-Wasa 	
17. Mission-Wycliffe 	
18. St. Mary Lake 	
20. Torrent  	
23. Clarke   	
24. Cranbrook-Perry Creek 	
28. Wattsburg-Weaver  	
29. Curzon-Kingsgate 	
31. Eager Junction-Ta Ta Creek 	
65. Gold Creek-Newgate 	
67. Waldo-Newgate  	
72. Pighin   	
80. Green Bay	
209. Cedar Avenue, Marysville 	
253. Emi!	
263. Mineral Lake 	
Kimberley streets     	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)
Plant   	
Garage  	
Supervision  	
Office   	
5,295.78
950.99
164.02
178.12
200.00
504.49
1,747.04
292.60
250.53
219.91
174.04
770.59
663.83
173.64
515.44
163.78
403.08
365.95
202.40
335.66
3,507.69
1,721.46
10,242.03
2,986.55
3,282.89
715.00
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        45,161.86
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
105b.  Secondary Highway (Chapman Camp)
107b. Secondary Highway (Chapman Camp)
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways 	
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
75. Matthew Creek 	
76. Matthew Creek 	
77. St. Mary Slough 	
92. Torrent   	
124. Wasa 	
129. Kootenay River  (Waldo)   	
162. Mineral Lake	
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  	
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 165—Roads to National Parks.
Sundry roads 	
Total, Vote 165—Roads to National Parks	
$25.00
1,200.00
$1,235.89
325.35
557.93
197.58
169.24
2,289.69
682.49
541.83
$850.17
1,225.00
6,000.00
850.17
Vote 165a—Bridges.
76. Matthew Creek        $4,477.38
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges 	
Total expenditure, Public Works . $100,946.48
4,477.38
Carried forward  $100,946.48 T 76 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward :  $100,946.48
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, June 30th, 1939:   Roads to National
PfLrks	
Kingsgate-Kootenay Park Highway      $14,563.28
(F)   Direct Relief—
Work performed   $7,224.85
No work performed        545.50
Total, (F) Direct Relief  7,770.35
(G)   Non-contributory   1,499.95
(H)   Supervision  ..  3,905.43
(J)    Public Health   1,673.02
(W) Unemployables   12,442.55
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       41,854.58
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District   $142,801.06
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
Equipment         $3,059.28
108b. McLellan Road  7         3,800.00
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $6,859.28
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway        $5,276.19
3R. Trans-Provincial Highway          1,781.61
15b. King George VI. Highway  993.21
103B. Farrell         2,039.31
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       10,090.32
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $4,388.54
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway   8,875.88
13r. Pacific Highway   1,175.98
15R. King George VI. Highway  8,613.97
66r. Fraser Avenue   1,433.71
77R. Aldergrove-Bellingham     377.23
Sundry roads (units under $150)   376.26
Cloverdale garage   3,123.20
Plant and tools   9,346.29
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        37,711.06
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Classified
Roads.
40b. Boundary Bay   $391.10
50b. Woodwards   220.57
61a. Scott   174.71
68A. Ladner Trunk   276.08
69b. McLellan   208.88
71b. McLellan    1,120.57
78a. Scott Road Diversion  1,230.73
90b. Campbell River   2,128.00
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    156.50
Total, Vote 165—Classified Roads          5,907.14
Carried forward     $60,567.80 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 77
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $60,567.80
Vote 165—Location of Roads.
Bridge-site, Marpole   $944.81
Total, Vote 165—Location of Roads .  944.81
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
4 and 5. Eburne     $8,109.40
4 and 5. Eburne (bridge patrol)   1,493.40
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue   14,119.61
10. Canoe Pass   1,084.82
18. Ladner Marsh, No. 1   161.28
22. Serpentine   10,911.64
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)   782.31
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance       36,662.46
Vote 165—Ferries.
16. Barnston Island  $4,214.91
16. Barnston Island (Landing)   41.92
17. Ladner-Woodward   7,411.00
17. Ladner-Woodward (Ladner Landing)    20.92
17. Ladner-Woodward  (Woodward Landing)    83.59
Albion-McMillan Island   55.96
Total, Vote 165—Ferries        11,828.30
Vote 165b—River-bank Protection (Supplementaey Estimates).
River-bank Protection, Fraser River (Richmond Municipality)-.      $8,000.00
Total, Vote 165b—River-bank Protection (Supplementary Estimates)        8,000.00
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Marine Drive (Surrey Municipality)   $2,000.00
Johnson Road (Surrey Municipality)   1,700.00
Road to Richmond Airport (Richmond Municipality)   3,000.00
River-bank protection-work,  Canoe Pass,  Fraser River   (Delta
Municipality)    2,000.00
Glover Road (Langley Municipality)   500.00
Hjorth Road (Surrey Municipality)   800.00
River Road  (Delta Municipality)    2,000.00
78a. Scott Road Diversion (Surrey Municipality)   250.00
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits       12,250.00
Total expenditure, Public Works.. $130,253.37
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Dominion-Provincial Agreement, August 27th, 1940:  Tourist
Highways—
Bituminous Surfacing, King George VI. Highway  $7,950.06
Construction, Nicomekl River Road      6,576.07
Total, Dominion-Provincial Agreement, Tourist Roads— $14,526.13
(G)   Non-contributory   494.22
(J)    Public Health   1,201.74
(W) Unemployables   2,274.03
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund .       18,496.12
Total expenditure, Delta District   $148,749.49 T 78 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT   (EAST).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Reg. No.
61. Hope-Rosedale (Hunter Creek Revision)          $915.05
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads -. $915.05
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
61. Hope-Rosedale (Hunter Creek Diversion)       $17,892.34
61. Hope-Rosedale  (Silver Creek Diversion)         20,568.61
Equipment           1,729.64
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        40,190.59
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Beidges.
518. Silver Creek      $34,760.21
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       34,760.21
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minob Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
46r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $389.96
61. Hope-Rosedale   7,843.95
62. Hope-Princeton     409.18
64. Hope-Yale   1,213.94
67. Lindgren     172.24
Sundry roads (units under $150)   239.31
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.  .      10,268.58
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
501. Floods    — $2,072.87
503. Hope (Fraser River)   872.68
505. American Creek  1,041.61
509. Coquihalla     224.85
518. Silver Creek   8,527.91
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   24.47
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance        12,764.39
Total expenditure, Dewdney District (East)      $98,898.82
DEWDNEY DISTRICT  (WEST).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
11.    Farms   $4,103.10
41.    Stave Lake   974.79
51.    Harrison Hot Springs   1,765.75
69.    Morris Valley   4,319.70
23r. Lougheed Highway   2,223.23
25R. Lougheed Highway   2,633.05
26r. Lougheed Highway  1,722.07
59r. Hammond Loop  _L  2,015.68
69r. Haney Loop   3,210.23
Nicomen Island Dyke  1,660.49
Sundry roads (units under $150)   232.21
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $24,860.30
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
22r. Lougheed Highway        $1,166.93
26r. Lougheed Highway          3,135.60
59r. Hammond Loop   565.00
Total, Capital Account:—Bituminous Surfacing         4,867.53
Carried forward       $29,727.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 79
DEWDNEY DISTRICT   (WEST)— Continued.
Brought forward  	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Buildings.
Boys' Industrial School       $4,229.60
Total, Capital Account—Buildings 1	
$29,727.83
4,229.60
Reg.
3.
5.
7h.
7i.
7j.
7k.
8.
10.
11.
13.
15.
16.
2lR.
22r.
23r.
25r.
26r.
30.
33.
38.
41.
51.
57.
59R.
65.
69.
69R.
74.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
  $345.23
  292.19
  764.91
  948.96
  1,351.31
  1,035.40
  211.88
  194.26
  2,292.58
  1,598.85
  209.72
  545.41
  1,999.29
  3,750.04
  2,108.52
  1,927.29
  3,915.28
  1,093.26
  282.51
  3,037.74
  2,285.70
  736.49
  168.48
  1,027.59
  177.89
  241.30
  1,032.62
  822.21
  778.43
No.
Bell 	
Dale  	
Dewdney Trunk, Section 7—
Dewdney Trunk, Section 8 ..
Dewdney Trunk, Section 9 ..
Dewdney Trunk, Section 10
Deroche Landing 	
Dyke 	
Farms 	
Hawkins-Pickles 	
Hyde and Buker 	
Hartley   	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed
Nicomen Island Trunk
North Nicomen 	
Salvaster 	
Stave Lake 	
Harrison Hot Springs .
Catherwood   	
Hammond Loop 	
Lillooet 	
Morris Valley	
Haney Loop 	
Nicomen Slough
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
60a. Harrison Hot Springs
73b.  Dewdney  Trunk  _
77b. Dewdney Trunk
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
10-41.    Pitt River 	
10-90.    Gourley No. 1 	
10-100. Suicide Creek 	
40-104. Silver Creek 	
10-106-1. Mission (C.P.R.)
Hatzic pumps .	
Caignou
10-108.
40-121.
10-123.
10-126.
40-126.
40-131.
10-137.
10-152.
McConnell Creek ...
Peterson 	
Miami No. 1 	
Harrison River 	
Judd 	
Waring
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$495.95
600.00
320.00
301.76
$10,054.19
179.47
162.20
1,007.60
17,100.74
225.30
165.18
730.87
813.10
223.08
967.58
231.65
869.16
1,187.06
35,175.34
1,717.71
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance
33,917.18
Carried forward...     $104,767.66 T 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT  (WEST)-^Continued.
Brought forward  $104,767.66
Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified.
Steelhead  (on 77b, Dewdney Trunk)        $1,500.00
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified          1,500.00
Vote 165—Wharves.
Pitt River Wharf        $1,921.61
Total, Vote 165—Wharves         1,921.61
Vote 165a—Bridges.
Reg. No.
10-41.        Pitt River      $11,285.87
10-106-1. Mission   (C.P.R.)     994.51
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges        12,280.38
Vote 165c—Classified Highways.
Corporation of the District of Mission        $5,000.00
Total, Vote 165c—Classified Highways          5,000.00
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Dewdney Trunk (Municipality of Maple Ridge)   $375.00
Totel, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  375.00
Vote 171—Dewdney Dyking Commission.
Grant to Dyking Commission        $2,500.00
Total, Vote 171—Grant to Dyking Commission          2,500.00
Total expenditure, Public Works . $128,344.65
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief—
Work performed   $708.80
No work performed .     222.20
$931.00
Less credit, prior to April, 1941        50.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $881.00
(G)  Non-contributory   166.13
(J)    Public Health       39,501.67
(W) Unemployables   $5,254.17
Less credit, prior to April, 1941   94.55
Total,  (W)  Unemployables          5,159.62
(X)  Japanese     5.00
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        45,713.42
Total expenditure, Dewdney District (West)   $174,058.07
Total expenditure, Dewdney District (East
and West)   $272,956.89 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 81
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Langford and Vancouver Warehouses (tools and equipment)       $1,891.63
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads       $1,891.63
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
76. Island Highway—
Section A   $98,419.76
Section B  I  11,978.47
Parsons Bridge to Colwood  15,497.52
68. Halhead   255.22
141.  Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Cross Road  1,739.08
150. Shawnigan Lake   8,284.01
147. Sooke    12,130.56
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads     148,304.62
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
6. Admirals    $24.40
1. Albert Head  379.48
3. Atkins   35.77
7. Bamberton   49.66
15. Belmont     786.21
42. Duke    133.97
76. Island Highway   4,531.04
93. Leigh   _  159.37
99. Metchosin   77.00
195. Plowright   107.62
130. Quarantine   15.30
141. Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Cross Road  75.66
147. Sooke   129.87
40. Stewart    18.62
198. View Royal   238.35
Machinery   2,759.82
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing         9,522.14
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Albert Head   $845.68
3. Atkins   382.11
7. Bamberton    239.65
15. Belmont   185.25
26. Cameron-Taggart   191.89
272. Church   223.29
59. Cobble Hill   584.58
47. East Sooke   1,040.32
51. Fisher   328.42
183. Forebay   152.75
66. Gillespie   361.70
68. Halhead   358.14
69. Happy Valley     265.35
76. Island Highway   3,589.44
76. Island Highway (patrol)        10,482.88
87. Lagoon   164.32
178. Meredith         274.25
99. Metchosin   667.45
101. Millstream   273.87
79. Otter Point   370.12
129. Parkinson     293.47
130. Quarantine    912.88
132. Rocky Point   1,226.48
150.  Shawnigan Lake   4,394.81
141.  Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross Road  1,056.13
Carried forward     $28,865.23 $159,718.39 T 82 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $28,865.23 $159,718.39
Reg. No.
147. Sooke    2,746.43
117. Sooke Lake  ..  861.63
148. Sooke River   250.26
155. Telegraph     364.59
157. .Thetis Lake  225.71
192. West Coast   2,387.54
190. West Shawnigan Lake   253.68
162. Whiffin Spit   179.13
196. Wilfert    533.32
Sundry roads (units under $150)   3,578.66
Machinery and equipment   542.54
Material and equipment  '____. 6,839.29
Supervision   2,965.47
Garage operations  647.80
Plant and tools  3,040.21
Langford warehouse (insurance)  .  525.00
Credit, Plant Rental Account   $6,342.54
Less repairs to machinery      5,956.78
$54,806.49
385.76
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        54,420.73
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
126. Arbutus   $360.12
5. Bilston   1,217.65
33. Gillespie   609.49
169. Halhead   1,350.66
290. King   2,747.56
287. Leechtown     180.31
74. Metchosin   1,257.18
36. Piadjo   194.24
99. Sherwood     1,135.42
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,914.43
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance       10,967.06
Vote 165—Ferries.
20. Mill Bay (subsidy)        $4,000.00
Repairs to landing (Mill Bay)          1,649.39
Total, Vote 165—Ferries          5,649.39
Vote 165 a—Bridges.
213. Bear Creek _   $355.59
210. Helgeson   355.59
209. Maidenhair   355.60
214. McVicar   355.59
208. Uglow  ... 355.60
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges          1,777.97
Total expenditure, Public Works_ $232,533.54
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief—
Work performed   $1,771.65
No work performed      1,702.95
Total, (F) Direct Relief       $3,474.60
Carried forward       $3,474.60 $232,533.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 83
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward       $3,474.60 $232,533.54
(G)  Non-contributory  395.60
(H)   Supervision   432.77
(J)    Public Health  796.81
(W) Unemployables    10,060.40
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        15,160.18
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District   $247,693.72
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway       $4,859.47
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $4,859.47
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway      $18,357.90
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       18,357.90
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway       . $22,439.85
3. Elko-Roosville Highway   1,490.74
4. Elk Valley   1,335.65
8. Sand Creek   278.50
9. Jaffray-Baynes Lake   88.00
10. Elko-Waldo   336.91
13. Fernie-Coal Creek    ... 1,245.42
17. Mansfield   576.98
31. Fort Steele-Wild Horse   189.04
39. Fernie Dairy   201.25
40. Sheep Creek   159.04
46. Bull River  (north)    664.92
93. Kootenay-Columbia River Highway   559.17
106. Corbin   441.01
128. Fernie-Elko   665.69
150. Elko-Newgate   425.17
Sundry roads (units under $150)   665.09
Plant and tools   2,428.62
Supervision   3,028.67
Garage upkeep   4,615.95
Machinery   731.53
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        42,567.20
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
1. Michel Prairie   $827.20
2. Hosmer .„:  4,558.64
4. Fernie   389.44
9. Michel Mouth   1,599.68
12. Michel   485.51
55. Fairy Creek   242.07
58. Elk Log Channel   156.54
67. Morrissey Creek   181.96
87. City Park   598.69
108. Letchers Siding  371.57
111. Lizard Creek   806.02
Carried forward...      $10,217.32    $65,784.57 T 84 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $10,217.32    $65,784.57
Reg. No.
121. Hairpin    236.12
127. Reid   200.38
Sundry bridges (units under $150)          1,024.53
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance  '.      11,678.35
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
5-395. Trail to Meth Gorrie's barite prospect on Phillips Creek  $399.65
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  399.65
Total expenditure, Public Works.. $77,862.57
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $8,957.90
No work performed      8,382.44
Prenatal   5.00
Total, (F)  Direct Relief  $17,345.34
(G)  Non-contributory   1,971.77
(H)   Supervision   3,215.26
(J)   Public Health   3,991.25
(W) Unemployables    17,153.45
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       43,677.07
Total expenditure, Fernie District   $121,539.64
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
25.  Cariboo Road   $909.62
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads   $909.62
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
25. Cariboo Road      $13,078.03
3. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway        27,390.08
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        40,468.11
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
25. Cariboo   $12,674.35
147. Cumming   1,228.40
84. Croydon-Dunster    277.80
126. Camp Creek  154.65
102. Dale   178.00
106. Fort George-Yellowhead   14,122.22
26. Fort George-Hazelton   10,653.91
24. Fort George-Chief Lake   3,099.96
28. Fort George-Isle Pierre  480.80
116. Hammond   237.00
54. Mud River-Valley South   780.10
50. McBride-Cariboo   440.80
53. McBride-Fraser River   218.80
49. Reid Lake  227.80
165. Tabor Creek   1,501.75
Carried forward     $46,276.34    $41,377.73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 85
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $46,276.34    $41,377.73
Reg. No.
42. Young   932.18
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,591.44
Garage   1,027.82
Plant   3,970.63
Supervision  :  2,815.80
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.       56,614.21
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Rainbow (Blue River)-Yellowhead        $2,347.47
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways         2,347.47
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
147. Salmon River   $649.65
116. Big Creek  1,577.99
136. Grand Fork  543.56
117. Big Bend   3,059.84
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   841.28
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance         6,672.32
Vote 165—Ferries:   Maintenance.
12. Croydon  ..  $596.13
Hansard    5,788.28
9. Isle Pierre   1,247.67
3. Indian Reserve No. 3 (Miworth)   3,459.21
Total, Vote 165—Ferries:   Maintenance       11,091.29
Vote 165a—Bridges.
293. Fraser River (Prince George)   $913.30
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges   913.30
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
214. Averil Creek Trail   $50.00
Road to clay deposit, Lot 3991  79.80
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  129.80
Total expenditure, Public Works . $119,146.12
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $4,801.74
No work performed        2,452.13
Assistance to Settlers         363.95
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $7,617.82
(G)  Non-contributory   360.50
(H)   Supervision   2,703.38
(J)   Public Health .-.  1,846.37
(W) Unemployables   10,988.80
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        23,516.87
Total expenditure, Fort George District   $142,662.99 T 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Roads.
Reg. No.
17b. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Hammer Hill Section)-    $24,983.53
Total, Capital Account:—Roads      $24,983.53
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Anaconda   $171.78
18B. Bridesville-Osoyoos    4,115.26
17B. Cascade-Bridesville   18,264.73
9. Camp McKinney   160.38
11. Carmi-McCulloch   955.09
17. Christina Lake   182.55
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   645.55
27. Grand Forks-Carson   283.33
33. Greenwood-Phoenix     172.82
36. Ingram Mountain  :  174.00
43. Kettle River  (main)     168.00
44. Kettle River  (west)    2,248.63
46. Long Lake-Jewel   151.76
50. Myers Creek  206.74
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster  . 572.27
66. Rock Mountain   373.36
64. Rock Mountain-Myncaster   306.88
75. Wallace Mountain   221.55
Office assistance   872.50
Plant repairs and rentals   2,096.87
Plant and tools  _  1,107.57
Machinery     1,095.74
Garage    '.  3,346.12
Snow-removal     5,047.58
Sundry roads (units under $150)   2,451.33
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        45,392.39
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Grand Forks-Greenwood   $814.64
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways   814.64
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
5. Beaver Creek   $286.50
9. Boundary City   163.00
10. Boundary Falls   229.00
28. Christina Creek   174.00
43. Fornelli    180.00
53. High   711.00
61. Kettle River    1,196.60
124. Overhead     "     311.46
118. White Cabin   370.20
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  :  2,394.53
Total, Vote 165—Bridges  ,           6,016.29
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
10. Camp McKinney   $485.83
93. Gold Drop   100.00
8. Rosemont    500.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,085.83
Total expenditure, Public Works _ $78,292.68
Carried forward _     $78,292.68 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 87
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $78,292.68
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $1,141.45
No work performed         228.35
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $1,369.80
(G)   Non-contributory    221.40
(H)   Supervision   3,077.48
(J)    Public Health   309.81
(W) Unemployables   5,381.70
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund .       10,360.19
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District     $88,652.87
ISLANDS DISTRICT  (NORTH SAANICH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
186. Bazan Bay  $46.50
104. Beacon   68.60
126. Beaufort    117.70
156. Bradley-Dyne    800.02
114. East Saanich          2,379.15
136. Fifth   354.19
184. Harbour   127.50
214. King   29.00
118. Madrona Drive   93.03
119. Marine Drive   430.87
121. Mills   381.80
107. McTavish   421.70
130. Queens   469.47
157. Swartz Bay   111.00
135. Third     365.23
115. Wain   134.73
122. West Saanich   567.21
193. Yarrow   21.37
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $6,919.07
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
186. Bazan Bay   $81.52
108. Centre   433.35
114. East Saanich   889.50
136. Fifth   2.00
132. First    2.00
121. Mills  .  479.04
107. McTavish     481.00
157. Swartz Bay  354.58
134.  Third    2.00
115. Wain   253.46
Total, Capital Accounts—Bituminous Surfacing          2,978.45
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
156. Bradley-Dyne   $523.48
110. Chalet  '.  223.80
114. East Saanich  :  599.42
136. Fifth   174.02
184. Harbour    154.20
234. Land's End  .  224.02
118. Madrona Drive   172.10
Carried forward     .   ___      $2,071.04      $9,897.52 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ISLANDS DISTRICT   (NORTH SAANICH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,071.04      $9,897.52
Reg. No.
172. Mount Baker   326.77
107. McTavish   190.26
239. Pleasant Drive   183.50
130. Queens   202.99
137. Sixth     155.24
221. Towner Park   153.52
115. Wain   187.81
122. West Saanich   939.66
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   994.04
Supervision ..   3.71
Plant and tools   1,522.28
Machinery   739.00
Repairs to district's machinery   274.76
$7,944.58
Less rentals received          1,193.11
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.          6,751.47
Vote 165—Ferries.
28. Gulf Islands Ferry           $7,000.00
Repairs to landing, Swartz Bay         1,073.34
Total, Vote 165—Ferries          8,073.34
Total expenditure, Islands District  (North Saanich)       $24,722.33
ISLANDS DISTRICT  (LADYSMITH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
107. Beaver Point   $1,371.83
116. Fulford-Ganges    660.42
58. Main     213.12
236.  Parminter     485.62
143. Scott  1,326.51
Sundry roads (units under $150)   816.25
Total, Capital Account—Roads        $4,873.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
107. Beaver Point   $707.08
116. Fulford-Ganges     3,891.95
121. Ganges  (lower)   .  552.47
122. Ganges (upper)   1,030.52
169. Hereford Avenue   370.48
135. North End   1,057.51
138. Rainbow   315.35
151. Vesuvius    1,674.03
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   39.44
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing ._          9,638.83
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,-
and Streets.
107. Beaver Point  $378.06
106. Beddis     215.64
90. Boulder     155.85
113. Cranberry     170.75
Carried forward  $920.30    $14,512.58 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 89
ISLANDS DISTRICT  (LADYSMITH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $920.30    $14,512.58
Reg. No.
94. Deep Bay   326.19
116. Fulford-Ganges     844.05
64. Fernhill   325.00
72. Georgina Point   230.86
62. Horton Bay  ;  296.86
170. Isabella Point  165.90
58. Main    1,015.46
180. Musgrave   176.30
135. North End   324.21
83. Otter Bay  256.14
85. Port Washington  259.91
236. Parminter     189.21
87. Razor Point   435.37
143. Scott    192.46
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,260.01
Supervision    .'  1,486.65
Plant and tools  192.87
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.          8,897.75
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
24. Defty     $327.73
28. Whales    604.97
29. Wharf     527.44
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   141.12
Total, Vote 165—Bridges          1,601.26
Vote 165—Ferries.
Fulford Harbour Ferry-landing   $699.08
Total, Vote 165—Ferries   699.08
Total expenditure, Public Works, Islands District  (Ladysmith)    $25,710.67
Note.—Re Alberni-Nanaimo and Islands Districts: For administration and engineering purposes the original boundaries of Alberni-Nanaimo and Islands
Districts have been adhered to for the fiscal year 1941-42.
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Islands District.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $2,219.58
No work performed —        828.50
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $3,048.08
(G)   Non-contributory   8,449.66
(H)   Supervision   471.14
(J)    Public Health   1,563.16
(W) Unemployables   8,077.60
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund, Islands District        21,609.64
Nanaimo-Islands District.
July 22nd, 1941, to March 31st, 1942.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $6,487.10
No work performed      2,233.86
Prenatal  -         20.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief       $8,740.96
Carried forward         $8,740.96    $47,320.31 T 90 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ISLANDS DISTRICT  (LADYSMITH)—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Nanaimo-Islands District—Continued.
Brought forward       $8,740.96    $47,320.31
(G)   Non-contributory   1,126.42
(H)   Supervision   6,828.71
(J)   Public Health   5,277.07
(W) Unemployables   20,495.05
(X)   Japanese   17.00
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund, Nanaimo-Islands      42,485.21
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund  $64,094.85
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District     $89,805.52
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936":   Buildings.
Tranquille Sanatorium  (power-house)         $7,390.00
Total, Capital Account—Buildings  ..       $7,390.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
8. North Thompson   $1,997.18
26. Fruitlands    2,039.91
40. Kamloops-Merritt   1,997.82
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek  :  23,541.68
Machinery   3,423.00
Surveys generally   1,198.02
Total, Capital Account—Roads        34,197.61
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
41. Trans-Canada (Kamloops-Cache Creek)      $17,238.53
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       17,238.53
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
4. Ashcroft streets   $960.96
1. Agate Bay  367.85
9. Blue River Townsite   350.00
10. Birch Island-Christie   258.90
12. Candle Creek  254.44
17. Cold Creek  1  180.64
20. Copper Creek   191.98
21. Clearwater   977.68
22. Dunn Lake   570.39
23. Deadman-Vidette   608.60
24. Edith Lake   442.45
25. Fadear Creek   267.80
26. Fruitlands    1,329.96
28. Goose Lake  .  180.31
38. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   525.20
40. Kamloops-Merritt _.  4,042.88
41. Kamloops-Cache Creek   11,471.88
43. Kamloops-Tranquille    424.34
44. Knouff Lake   341.30
33. Lemieux Creek   632.88
46. Lac le Jeune  525.67
Carried forward     $24,906.11    $58,826.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 91
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $24,906.11    $58,826.14
Reg. No.
48. Long Lake  1,249.63
49. Louis Creek-Heffley   1,009.49
8. North Thompson  14,421.47
54. Noble Creek   241.96
57. Paul Lake   1,807.81
59. Rose Hill-Beresford   745.42
62. Swanton   372.59
65. Tranquille-Criss Creek   728.63
66. Vinsulla-Knouff   178.40
68. Walhachin    177.10
71. Westsyde    2,285.16
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   1,122.89
Kamloops garage   1,499.85
Camp equipment   399.98
Plant and tools   1,881.88
Office supervision     855.00
Surfacing, North Thompson Highway to National Defence Magazine  (Rayleigh)    10,154.98
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.       64,038.35
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Black's Spur (Blue River-Yellowhead)   $1,086.89
Sand Hill Road  154.04
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways          1,240.93
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
20. Blue River  _._.. $406.41
23. Boulton Creek   188.94
27. Candle Creek, No. 1   203.30
33. Cedar Gulch   200.60
44. Clearwater Station   677.80
63. C.P.R. overhead  (Savona)    486.71
67. Deadman Creek, No. 1   156.98
97. Hudson's Bay Gulch   236.10
102. Kamloops  (east)    391.55
103. Kamloops  (west)    791.87
130. Mad River   471.50
138. Napius   354.01
143. Peterson Creek   155.60
144. Raft River   244.25
151. Sage   2,079.38
152. Savona   174.06
154. Sweedal -   248.20
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,099.78
Total, Vote 165—Bridges          8,567.04
Vote 165—Ferries:   Maintenance.
1. Vinsulla     $420.00
2. Black Pines   7.50
3. McLure   1,368.60
5. Mount Olie   1,119.95
6. Black Pool  1,679.50
8. Vavenby     1,704.24
Total, Vote 165—Ferries         6,299.79
Vote 171a—Buildings.
Tranquille Sanatorium—Pasteurization Plant and Equipment.... $8,384.14
Total, Vote 171a—Buildings           8,384.14
Carried forward  $147,356.39 T 92
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward _	
$147,356.39
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
26. Sabiston Flat Trail   $50.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Total expenditure, Public Works . $147,406.39
50.00
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $3,893.05
No work performed  :     3,519.92
Assistance to Settlers        773.65
Prenatal   20.00
(G)   Non-contributory
(H)   Supervision 	
(J) Public Health .
(W) Unemployables
(Y)  Enemy Aliens .
Total, (F) Direct Relief       $8,206.62
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund	
Total expenditure, Kamloops District
2,275.33
6,832.37
3,822.95
17,049.90
227.75
38,414.92
$185,821.31
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":
120. Glenbank 	
199. Nakusp-Arrowhead (Galena Bay)  	
204. Nelson-Kaslo  (Cedar Creek Project)  	
204. Nelson-Kaslo  (Florence Mill)  	
204. Nelson-Kaslo   (7-Mile)  	
217. Oatscott   	
246.  Slocan Valley-Nakusp (Brouse Project) 	
246.  Slocan Valley-Nakusp  (12-Mile)
Roads.
$86.00
4,994.83
.—      17,478.40
485.03
264.70
349.53
4,909.72
406.70
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp (Rosebery Hill Project)   14,355.40
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp (Vallican Diversion)   22,646.54
287. Wilson Lake   77.80
New Denver yard and sheds   658.09
Equipment   2,088.50
Total, Capital Account:—Roads      $68,801.24
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bridges.
539. Trozzo
$885.05
Total, Capital Account—Bridges
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
87r. Slocan City
$2,200.00
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing
885.05
2,200.00
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Steeets.
10. Arrowhead Mill   $154.40
12. Arrowhead streets   216.10
14. Arrow Park-Belleview   495.16
15. Arrow Park-West Demars   915.78
20. Beaton streets   1,161.56
Carried forward..
$2,943.00    $71,886.29 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 93
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minoe Betteements:   Roads, Teails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,943.00    $71,886.29
Reg. No.
22. Beaton-Camborne   599.05
24. Beaton-Trout Lake  998.14
50. Charleston Mine   207.48
51. Cooper Creek Ferry Road  176.40
63. Deer Park-Syringa   262.03
85. Edgewood-Inonoaklin Valley   683.65
91. Fauquier (south)   300.75
94. Ferguson     627.35
114. Galena Bay (south)   236.90
120. Glenbank   302.58
133. Halls Landing (south)   270.60
141. Howser-Argenta   642.40
161. Johnson's Landing   940.37
165. Kaslo-New Denver   6,914.01
167. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)   1,057.09
168. Kaslo  (north)    1,226.40
179. Little Slocan   227.59
182. Lightning Peak  527.26
184. Marblehead-Howser   1,270.99
185. Meadow Creek   1,887.59
199. Nakusp-Arrowhead     1,263.06
201. Nakusp streets   5,713.85
204. Nelson-Kaslo    4,559.80
204. Nelson-Kaslo (Cedar Creek Project)   1,563.25
212. Nakusp-Vernon     7,354.05
217. Oatscott     360.85
232. Renata  (north)    213.85
233. Renata Town   545.35
241.  Sandon-Three Forks   316.70
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp   16,044.40
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp (Rosebery Hill)  :  1,022.64
246.  Slocan Valley-Nakusp  (Vallican Diversion)    1,944.01
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp (Brouse Project)   3,655.59
248. Springer Creek   182.25
249. Standard   271.27
266. Trout Lake streets   381.14
287. Wilson Lake     968.01
480. Daisy Mine   177.60
517. Fry Creek Trail   196.40
702. Snow Creek Trail  1  231.15
Lardeau River Log-jam   2,265.71
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,353.55
Plant and tools   8,979.34
Supervision    _„ 4,234.51
Office   907.20
Equipment     801.59
Snow-removal.
22. Beaton-Camborne   $205.70
24. Beaton-Trout Lake      469.51
94. Ferguson  .".     260.98
165. Kaslo-New Denver      443.55
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp      248.77
Sundry roads (units under $150)      215.13
Sanding and Clearing Ice.
165. Kaslo-New Denver   $216.92
204. Nelson-Kaslo      234.92
246. Slocan Valley-Nakusp      714.84
Sundry roads (units under $150)      205.57
1,843.64
1,372.25
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.  .      91,024.64
Carried forward  $162,910.93 T 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $162,910.93
Reg. No. Vote 165—Beidges:   Maintenance.
13. Arrow Park (south)   $286.18
50. Boulder Creek   2,570.03
494. Camp Creek   425.50
175. Cemetery Bridge, Edgewood   240.38
189. Dog Creek   324.85
238. Gerrard   247.29
601. Hartt Creek  151.54
301. Krao Creek   2,634.50
14. Kay's, No. 1   446.28
15. Kay's, No. 2   344.60
392. Perrys   1,013.31
389. Parapet   540.87
473. Rice Creek   339.41
Sandon Flume   244.04
472. Slocan River, No. 25   375.50
535. Traves    977.02
509. Tait Creek   298.30
591. Wilson    1,303.94
571. Whatshan No. 3   2,877.50
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   2,405.76
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance        18,046.80
Vote 165—Feeeies.
1. Arrow Park (east and west)   $5,217.52
2. Needles-Fauquier   .  12,569.93
3. Arrowhead-Beaton     7,000.00
Total, Vote 165—Ferries       24,787.45
Vote 122—Geants in Aid of Mining Roads and Teails, etc.
137. Hewitt    $49.91
248. Springer Creek   199.80
249. Standard     199.64
492. Victor    49.50
500. Dayton Basin   100.00
598. Lemon Creek   198.33
621. Kane Creek   49.84
625. Meteor   100.00
696. Cup Creek   200.00
722. Enterprise    287.98
734. Upper Springer Creek   49.96
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         1,484.96
Total expenditure, Public Works . $207,230.14
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $14,696.25
No work performed       2,087.60
Assistance to Settlers       1,048.40
Prenatal   20.00
$17,852.25
Less credit, prior to April, 1941  8.40
Total, (F) Direct Relief :  $17,843.85
(G)  Non-contributory   3,006.69
(H)  Supervision   1,756.15
(J)    Public Health   3,389.85
(W) Unemployables   18,583.30
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       44 579.84
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  $251,809.98 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 95
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bituminous
Reg. No. Suefacing.
10. Cariboo (Clinton Main Street)   $1,334.55
138. Squamish Valley  225.40
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Bituminous Surfacing        $1,559.95
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Suefacing.
1. Trans-Canada Highway  $18,511.97
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Bituminous Surfacing       18,511.97
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
1. Trans-Canada Highway  $17,994.29
136.  Squamish-Britannia   35,584.37
Total, Capital Account—Roads        53,578.66
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Bridges.
82. Wards Ferry   $11,547.19
Total, Capital Account—Bridges       11,547.19
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Trans-Canada Highway  $7,335.08
10. Cariboo Road   3,472.01
12A. Lytton-Lillooet   4,644.24
12b. Lillooet-Clinton   1,885.07
13. Ashcroft streets   162.58
26. Big Bar Lake  304.35
27. Big Bar Mountain   298.90
29. Bonaparte Forks  182.15
30. Bonaparte Valley   95.40
31. Botanie Creek  y^  199.00
34. Bridge River J..  7,477.75
43. Cleveland - "-  191.30
48. Cornwall     158.82
62. 57-Mile-Williams Lake   809.88
64. Fountain Valley  186.00
69. Green Lake   2,098.44
70. Gun Lake   248.12
76. Hat Creek   834.50
78. High Bar   254.40
79. Highland Valley   303.00
88. Jones-Dickey     616.65
92. Kelly-Canoe Creek   480.54
97. Lillooet streets  _.  231.00
102. Loon Creek   148.40
104. Marble Canyon  663.62
108. Mound-Loon Lake  250.23
116. North Bonaparte   541.63
117. North Fork   1,465.16
122. Pemberton Meadows   7,062.66
123. Pemberton Portage   1,523.61
136. Squamish-Britannia   6,701.16
137. Squamish streets   1,383.91
138. Squamish Valley   4,621.33
141. Tyaughton Lake   380.53
153. Watch Lake-Lone Butte   156.32
Sundry roads and trails, etc. (units under $150)   2,904.50
Lillooet Garage   1,290.40
Plant repairs and rentals  708.34
Plant and tools  5,247.90
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc .*.       67,518.88
Carried forward  $152,716.65 T 96
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward..
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Cariboo Road (Mile 59-Mile 70)
Squamish-Britannia 	
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways
Reg. No.
7. 91-Mile Bluff, No. 1
8. 91-Mile Bluff, No. 2
16. Walker 	
21. Lytton 	
79. South Fork 	
82. Wards  Ferry 	
183. Bridge River	
190. Arn 	
192A. Fowler Slough 	
196. Miller Creek 	
199. Ronayne  	
200. Ryan  	
201. Salmon Slough 	
215. Red 	
221. Pemberton Station .
248. Shannon 	
252. Cheakamus   	
256. Pillchuck 	
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
257. Washout (Mamquam)
291. Nyes 	
292. Stoney Creek
Pemberton Meadows (river-bank flood repairs)
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 165—Ferries.
45. Pavilion 	
46. Big Bar 	
47. Crown Mountain
48. High Bar	
49. Lytton 	
74. Gun Creek
Tyaughton
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges
$152,716.65
$380.00
1,855.25
Total, Vote 165—Ferries	
Vote 165a—Bridges.
$2,294.50
2,294.49
150.34
914.50
1,718.08
5,000.00
194.95
346.11
187.31
272.30
592.91
865.05
539.66
521.96
1,212.20
1,737.33
530.75
763.18
5,004.44
166.50
272.36
2,696.80
956.34
$943.85
922.15
162.36
986.70
5,554.77
$352.54
3,479.69
Vote 122—Geants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
141. Tyaughton
229. Yalakom -
432. Ferguson Creek
438. Gun Creek 	
489. Tommy Creek
505. Yalakom 	
Sundry roads and trails (units under $150)
$563.74
5,718.48
250.00
299.60
1,000.00
666.90
74.25
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Total expenditure, Public Works.. $205,158.99
2,235.25
29,232.06
8,569.83
3,832.23
8,572.97
Carried forward..
$205,158.99 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 97
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $205,158.99
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief—
Work performed      $445.85
No work performed     1,225.65
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $1,671.50
(G)   Non-contributory    540.00
(H)   Supervision     2,581.15
(J)   Public Health   1,394.05
(W)  Unemployables   1  $10,315.65
Debit, prior to April, 1941  .  35.00
Total,  (W)  Unemployables        10,350.65
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       16,537.35
Total expenditure, Lillooet District   $221,696.34
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
9. Bella Coola   $1,566.45
50. Atnarko-Anahim     422.25
101. Lake   184.92
111. Lund    850.64
115. Westview     250.56
133. Padgett   152.89
134. Cranberry Lake   498.23
137. Thunder Bay   2,867.81
138. Powell   164.80
148. Manson     253.35
174. Blubber Bay   288.89
175. Central    247.55
177. Gillies Bay   1,085.48
180. Shelter Point  356.20
194. Davis Trail  .  598.60
200. Dixon  1  163.49
214. Wilde   226.24
256. Spillsbury   387.35
257. Millicheap   419.12
259.  Emmonds       160.78
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,986.85
Equipment   1,815.85
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $14,948.30
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
9. Bella Coola   $2,315.94
101. Lake   179.83
102. Main    755.29
107. Sutherland   187.07
111. Lund   a  1,354.31
115. Westview      267.65
134. Cranberry Lake   485.14
137. Thunder Bay   2,642.03
148. Manson  _  393.26
159. Joyce   236.09
174. Blubber Bay   197.69
175. Central    418.61
177. Gillies Bay :  192.64
214. Wilde    198.82
Carried forward          $9,824.37    $14,948.30 T 98 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Bettebments:   Roads, Teails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,824.37    $14,948.30
Reg. No.
239. Woolgar   176.03
Removal of log-jams, Bella Coola River   739.64
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    2,881.50
Supervision    2,425.61
Plant and tools   1,949.11
Trucks, etc.   436.11
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        18,432.37
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
106. Crescent   $345.87
111. Lois River  .-_  1,106.51
112. Theodosia  411.36
208. Willis   272.73
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   335.70
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance          2,472.17
Vote 165—Ferries.
50. Hagensborg-Salloomt   $767.62
Total, Vote 165—Ferries   767.62
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Tillicum Actaeon Sound Mining Trail   $100.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  100.00
Total expenditure, Public Works, Mackenzie
District  (North)    $36,720.46
MACKENZIE DISTRICT   (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Roads.
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour        $3,136.28
320. Hospital         11,855.95
Total, Capital Account—Roads        14,992.23
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
271. Beach     $291.34
272. Gower Point   336.56
281. Gibson-Sechelt     2,520.35
291. Lower    418.07
295. North   191.22
314. Sechelt-Pender Harbour   3,434.99
341. Trant   500.50
Supervision     1,414.13
Plant and tools    .  115.04
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,337.20
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        10,559.40
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
210. School     $178.39
284. Hazelmore   .„   369.71
285. Heath   1,604.07
289. High   1,581.04
Carried forward        $3,733.21    $25,551.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 99
MACKENZIE DISTRICT  (SOUTH)—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,733.21    $25,551.63
Reg. No.
318. Whop   731.04
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   621.16
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance          5,085.41
Total expenditure, Public Works, Mackenzie
District (South)   $30,637.04
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Mackenzie District (North and South).
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed  =  $4,442.45
No work performed        1,275.71
Assistance to Settlers   78.40
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $5,796.56
(G)   Non-contributory    684.16
(H)   Supervision   6,815.64
(J)    Public Health   2,895.02
(W) Unemployables   25,978.68
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       42,170.06
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District (North and South)    $109,527.56
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
45r. Canyon     $18.59
2. Creston-Goatfell     23,436.13
2. Creston-Gray Creek   17,301.31
74. Fairview streets   343.64
2. Nelson-Balfour     2,167.90
2. Nelson-Castlegar    25,171.41
133. Nelson-Nelway   9,613.83
158. Salmo-Trail     465.70
181.  South Nelson streets  3,147.51
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $81,666.02
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bridges.
41. Creston-Goatfell, No. 1      $10,081.09
Total, Capital Accounts—Bridges  .       10,081.09
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Airport-Nick's  Island    $1,472.58
3. Alice  241.80
6. Arrow Creek (west)   513.48
9. Atwood    238.40
15. Balfour-Wharf     165.75
24. Bevan   323.00
28. Blewett   791.82
43. Canyon-Porthill     3,172.42
45e. Canyon   253.50
52. Cory    581.00
54. Creston-Erickson   630.70
2. Creston-Goatfell   15,323.56
2. Creston-Gray Creek  15,050.46
Carried forward     $38,758.47    $91,747.11 T 100
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minoe Betteements:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg
57.
58.
60.
69.
75.
84.
86.
93.
95.
104.
109.
115.
131.
2.
2.
132.
133.
136.
140.
143.
144.
147.
153.
157.
158.
161.
163.
164.
170.
171.
173.
179.
181.
199.
202.
205.
206.
212.
Brought forward     $38,758.47    $91,747.11
No.
Creston-Porthill  	
Creston-Summit Creek
Creston-Wynndel  	
East Robson 	
Filmer   	
Goat River Flats 	
Goose Creek
Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay
Harrop-Procter 	
Haskins   (east)  	
Indian 	
Langill 	
Lister Settlement	
McMurtrie  	
Nelson-Balfour 	
Nelson-Castlegar 	
Nelson-Kaslo   	
Nelson-Nelway 	
Pass Creek 	
Porcupine Creek 	
Pump  	
Queens Bay	
Reclamation  	
Rosemont streets 	
Salmo streets	
Salmo-Trail   	
Samuelson 	
Second Relief	
Sheep Creek 	
Simmons   	
6-Mile 	
Slocan Valley 	
Stocks Jackson
South Nelson streets	
Wilson   	
Wynndel  	
Ymir Townsite 	
Lakeview 	
Riverview 	
Rights-of-way claims   	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)
Supervision, Nelson	
Plant and tools 	
Nelson shop 	
Supervision, Creston 	
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc .	
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Salmo-Fruitvale 	
Creston Flats 	
Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways
Vote 165-
33.  Columbia River, No. 1 _... 	
52. Creston-Gray Creek, No. 4 	
54.  Creston-Gray Creek, No. 6 	
58. Creston-Porthill, No. 1 	
84-87. Goose Creek, Nos. 1-4 	
88. Granite Poorman, No. 1 	
88a. Granite Poorman, No. 2 	
-Bridges :  Maintenance.
468.
606.
2,200
747.
339
550
168
893
682
600.
803.
150,
954,
541
8,120
13,895
3,774,
8,611
199,
544,
207
160
2,041
227,
330
2,994
561
254,
2,505
152
197
1,137
302
820
216
564
216,
382
292
189
2,597
807
5,134
3,169
115
55
20
40
66
40
15
46
54
51
00
00
29
68
26
53
96
65
,82
78
53
20
30
,87
82
93
20
.36
38
,64
,40
96
,13
20
02
,00
,80
69
,40
,00
,06
,45
.25
,45
,26
11
$4,407.53
1,921.00
242.10
$3,995.58
212.22
868.21
749.70
3,162.98
207.46
201.93
109,189.72
6,570.63
Carried forward       $9,398.08 $207,507.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 101
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,398.08 $207,507.46
Reg. No.
94. Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay, No. 6   235.59
123. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 1   362.78
124. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 2   151.18
125. Nelson-Castlegar, No. 3  215.98
131. Nelson-Nelway, No. 5  496.96
134. Nelson-Nelway, No. 8  465.86
135. Nelson-Nelway, No. 9  369.80
136. Nelson-Nelway, No. 10  742.76
138. Nelson-Nelway, No. 12  2,024.75
148-55. Pass Creek, Nos. 1-8    1,359.44
181. Salmo-Trail, No. 3   226.11
183.  Salmo-Trail, No. 5  386.16
200-10. 6-Mile, Nos. 1-11   3,424.47
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   2,063.56
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance       21,923.48
Vote 165—Ferries.
Kootenay Lake   $50,373.65
Nelson     25,562.00
Harrop-Longbeach     6,830.42
Kootenay River   4,123.40
Nick's Island  2,820.60
Porthill   675.12
Slocan River   269.52
Glade   117.24
Total, Vote 165—Ferries        90,771.95
Vote 165d—Ferries.
Kootenay Lake Ferry    $45,150.15
Total, Vote 165D—Ferries        45,150.15
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
18. Bayonne   $500.00
91. Hall Creek  150.00
11. Athabasca    300.00
106. Keystone     500.00
Hummingbird   300.00
53. Crawford Creek   199.80
Sundry roads and trails  .  289.69
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         2,239.49
Total expenditure, Public Works . $367,592.53
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed    $6,971.05
No work performed      1,295.08
Assistance to Settlers         380.80
Prenatal    30.00
Total,  (F) Direct Relief  $8,676.93
(G)  Non-contributory   1,755.52
(H)  Supervision   5,238.57
(J)   Public Health  2,068.93
(W) Unemployables    24,147.69
(Y)   Enemy Aliens   30.00
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        41,917.64
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District  $409,510.17 T 102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Bridges.
North approach, Pattullo Bridge   $81.99
Total, Capital Account—Bridges   $81.99
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Roads in District Lot 172       $3,987.46
Total, Capital Account—Roads          3,987.46
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Teails,
and Steeets.
North approach, Pattullo Bridge       $3,274.96
Streets in District Lot 172          9,981.99
Plant and tools   21.45
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        13,278.40
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
McBride Boulevard-New Westminster Bridge approach        $3,128.00
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits          3,128.00
Total expenditure, Public Works . $20,475.85
Feaser River (New Westminster) Bridge Account.
(Pattullo Bridge.)
Revenue     $278,703.72
Expenditure (Operating Account)      81,671.62
Operating revenue (net)   $197,032.10
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F) Direct Relief-
No work performed   $76.65
(G) Non-contributory   6,743.19
(H)  Supervision   12,823.03
(J)    Public Health   1,070.44
(W) Unemployables   1,784.90
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        22,498.21
Total expenditure, New Westminster District     $42,974.06
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
18. Anderson .   $1,000.44
102. Okanagan Highway, No. 5   1,080.00
78. Trans-Canada, No. 1   9,219.28
88. Vernon-Edgewood, No. 6  22,425.31
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $33,725.03
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Bituminous
Surfacing.
102. Okanagan Highway, No. 5      $15,662.15
100. Oyama   120.63
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing       15,782.78
Carried forward     $49,507.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 103
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward .     $49,507.81
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minoe Betteements:   Roads, Teails,
Reg No. and Streets.
2.'Albers  : $251.54
4. Bella Vista   201.07
31. Creighton Valley   1,170.84
30. Commonage   220.98
28. Callens  .  295.68
34. Deep Creek   952.21
37. East Vernon  1  556.92
39. Enderby-Grindrod   1,386.66
74. Enderby-Mabel Lake   2,097.94
113. Enderby-Salmon River   234.48
36. Eastside    157.34
49. Grandview Bench   564.50
60. Headgates     164.77
65. Kamloops-Vernon   524.48
66. Kedleston   522.90
75. Lumby-Mabel Lake   2,677.59
70. L & A  : :  418.38
94. North Fork  .  182.95
102. Okanagan Highway, No. 5   9,915.68
97. Okanagan Landing   380.30
100. Oyama   1,079.30
126. Squaw Valley   207.60
148. Smedik     466.49
129. Sugar Lake   1,719.72
121. Shuswap River   507.44
78. Trans-Canada, No. 1  5,040.88
130. Trinity Valley   1,064.17
131. Tronson   181.50
88. Vernon-Edgewood, No. 6   4,306.29
138. Westside   1,041.24
139. Whitevale  _   203.25
62r. Vernon-Kamloops  (Arterial), Spallumcheen Municipality   1,154.26
63r. Okanagan Highway, No. 5   (Arterial),  Spallumcheen Municipality       1,669.76
Sundry roads (units under $150)   2,430.13
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        43,949.24
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Mpnashee Mountain  $207.56
Vernon-Okanagan Landing   ,  158.45
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways   366.01
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
52a. Vernon-Edgewood, No. 6 (Primary), Coldstream Municipality . $464.45
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River  (Secondary), Spallumcheen Municipality   372.70
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (Secondary), City of Armstrong   101.40
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways  938.55
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
21. Cherryville    $3,615.32
26. Daly  ,  227.46
111. Shuswap Avenue   611.65
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  .  959.72
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance         5,414.15
Carried forward   j_  $100,175.76 T 104 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Cemimitec..
Brought forward  $100,175.76
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
City of Enderby streets   $36.00
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits   36.00
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
313. Rembler Placer Camp Trail  .  $50.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  50.00
Total expenditure, Public Works . $100,261.76
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $2,161.20
No work performed      2,221.58
Assistance to Settlers         236.80
Prenatal         "25.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $4,644.58
(G)  Non-contributory  484.88
(H)  Supervision   4,046.19
(J)   Public Health   2,122.44
(W) Unemployables   11,441.65
(Y)  Enemy Aliens   1,282.50
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        24,022.24
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District  $124,284.00
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
3.    Cowan          $999.63
67a. Marine         2,246.11
73a. Dollarton          2,848.61
Total, Capital Account—Roads       $6,094.35
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Surfacing.
73a. Dollarton          $1,830.94
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing         1,830.94
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Bowen Island Trunk   $362.70
3. Cowan   413.57
6. Grafton   265.40
9. Miller -   174.93
16. Harding   237.76
Plant and tools  42.16
Supervision   760.69
Sundry roads (units under $150)   495.58
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc        2,752.79
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
73a. Dollarton   $853.48
67a. Marine   3,179.41
Sundry roads (units under $150) ..  242.75
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways         4,275.64
Carried forward     $14,953.72 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 105
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
$14,953.72
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
23   Matthews                                                                	
$368.78
194.97
189.81
241.31
209   Sullivan                                                             	
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance	
994.87
Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified.
$707.18
22.44
Sundry bridges (units under $150)            -    -      - 	
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Classified	
729.62
Total expenditure, Public Works.... $16,678.21
$243.93
40.50
795.00
44.55
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed 	
(J)    Public Health      _   .                   _   	
(W) Unemployables                                           . 	
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund       ..   	
1,123.98
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District  	
$17,802.19
OMINECA DISTRICT  (EAST).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway        $3,195.93
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads        $3,195.93
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway     $13,422.27
40. Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek   105.00
16. Campbell          1,464.97
183. Pinchi Lake  163.50
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake         11,900.73
Machinery     1,901.19
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        28,957.66
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
12. Braeside   $154.25
51. Batnuni Lake   418.00
16. Campbell   367.15
27. Endako-Francois    151.10
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek   3,064.50
58. Jones     186.30
182. Loop   225.20
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   9,642.55
Plant repairs and rentals   428.09
Plant and tools    . 3,279.32
183. Pinchi Lake   5,498.38
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   6,094.60
40. Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek   304.65
127. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point   508.59
Carried forward       $30,322.68    $32,153.59 T 106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
OMINECA DISTRICT   (EAST)— Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $30,322.68    $32,153.59
Reg. No.
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner   338.15
Sundry roads (units under $150)   612.63
General Foreman  (salary and travelling expenses)          3,109.06
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc. .       34,382.52
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
20. Clear Creek  $164.60
38. Dog Creek  1,175.34
11. Endako, No. 2   373.96
314. Hudson Bay   890.19
161. Mosquito, No. 1   297.60
170. Peters   300.10
142. Sweetnam    275.86
66. Turcotte    440.65
164. Willowvale     207.70
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   994.87
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance          5,120.87
Vote 165—Ferries.
59. Hulatt   $366.45
61. Finmoore   1,251.20
62. Fort Fraser   1,057.47
64. Takla Lake   398.75
Total, Vote 165—Ferries          3,073.87
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Pinchi Lake   $2,209.47
Manson Creek   497.02
Nina Creek   290.20
Takla-Old Hogem   289.20
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,285.89
Total   expenditure,   Public   Works,   Omineca
District (East)   $78,016.74
OMINECA DISTRICT  (WEST).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
200. Burns Lake-Babine   $5,199.29
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   11,371.39
250. Spud Lake   507.85
220. Taltapin   491.40
Total, Capital Account—Roads        17,569.93
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
200. Burns Lake-Babine   $337.69
21. Colleymount   5,118.66
178. Dockrill    176.00
76. Heal-Norris    312.00
90. Houston-Wistaria   1,258.27
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa   1,306.35
71. McDonalds Landing   520.54
80. North Francois   629.04
Carried forward       $9,658.55    $17,569.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 107
OMINECA DISTRICT  (WEST)—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $9,658.55    $17,569.93
Reg. No.
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway  10,491.58
84. Ootsa Lake Shore (east)   227.98
88. Palling Settlement   441.62
Plant   5,886.77
95. Quick Station   244.65
19. Rose Lake Cut-off   440.90
101. Round Lake   175.00
250.  Spud Lake   666.05
181. Tatalrose    556.60
220. Taltapin   155.40
202. Telkwa Coal-mine   1,710.50
119. Telkwa High   316.10
118. Topley-Babine   374.95
122. Uncha   394.51
130. Woodmere-Round Lake   515.00
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,476.19
General Foreman  (salary and travelling)   4,062.61
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        37,794.96
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
121. Findlay Creek    $488.28
39. Hatch   278.20
212. Knockholt    403.60
119. Palling   362.60
478. Olson   190.16
42. Pleasant Valley   478.40
85. Snodgrass   568.85
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,314.45
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance        4,084.54
Vote 165—Ferries.
63. Francois Lake        $9,300.85
Total, Vote 165—Ferries         9,300.85
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Owen Lake Road   $299.78
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  299.78
Total   expenditure,   Public   Works,   Omineca
District  (West)   $69,050.06
Unemployment Relief Fund.
Omineca District (East and West).
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $1,830.30
No work performed        870.25
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $2,700.55
(G)  Non-contributory   77.40
(H)   Supervision   3,921.72
(J)   Public Health   1,114.38
(W) Unemployables -   8,818.07
(Z)   Saskatchewan Mennonites  8,911.19
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund      25,543.31
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East and West)   $172,610.11 T 108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936":  Buildings.
-    Fort Nelson   $426.00
Pouce Coupe  784.60
Total, Capital Account—Buildings        $1,210.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
001a. Road       $8,154.35
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads          8,154.35
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Pouce Coupe-Rolla   $5,384.45
001. Vicinity of Taylor Ferry  2,660.84
008. Dawson Creek-Arras   5,954.35
Hines Creek Road   3,184.73
Red River Hill (slides on hump), Peace River Hill  7,126.86
005. Clayhurst Hill .......  4,133.16
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        28,444.39
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Grande Prairie-Fort St. John-Peace Pass   $18,234.24
2. Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge   486.59
3. Pouce Coupe-South Dawson   1,544.03
4. Pouce Coupe-Belle View   1,341.31
5. Dawson-Rolla-Clayhurst     9,900.77
6. Rolla (east)   230.00
7. Rolla (west)   1,500.06
8. Dawson Creek-Moberly-Hudson Hope   6,775.56
"9. Dawson Creek-Sweetwater-Sunrise   1,888.78
10. Progress-Sunset-Ground Birch   1,297.94
11. Mowick Cut-off  108.19
12. Fort St. John-Hines Creek  2,776.35
13. Fort St. John-Rose Prairie  1,372.21
14. McKibbin Cut-off   153.80
15. Charlie Lake-Nelson River   1,626.78
16. Montney (east)   670.51
17. Baldonnel  (east)    103.00
21. Tupper-Kelly Lake   337.60
22. Kelly Lakeside   98.00
23. Tupper-Hays-Pouce Coupe   300.60
24. Tate Creek   195.00
25. Gundy-Hanshaw    98.00
26. Riverside   242.00
27. Pouce Coupe-Dawson Springs   175.20
28. Rolla-Valley View  205.60
30. Arras-Fellers Heights-Hanshaw  455.06
31. Arras School  29.45
32. Ground Birch School  ._  53.72
33. Sunset-Pine   173.60
34. East Pine-Lone Prairie   28.00
35. Little Prairie-Pine Pass   217.00
38. Dawson streets  101.00
39. North Swan Lake School   10.80
40. Clayhurst School  .  348.35
41. Taylor-Peace View   35.80
42. Baldonnel-Two Rivers  367.35
43. Old Fort   77.20
44. Pine View School   626.75
45. Lower Indian Creek   190.25
49. Cache Creek   20.00
50. Halfway-Cameron   20.00
Carried forward       $54,416.45    $37,809.34 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 109
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward...     ...     . _                       $54,416.45
$37,809.34
Reg. No.
51. Stoddart-Halfway                                 155.05
53. Clayton-Cullum                                 18.00
55. Fortview                                       18.00
57. Old Mikkelsen Hill     .                                                             36.40
62. Erinlea School                    79.20
65. Valley Road-Arras-Hanshaw                                      431.30
77-14-1                                                         406.10
77-14-2                                  60.00
77-14-6A                                                       24.00
77-14-8                                                             122.10
77-15-1 :                                 62.40
77-15-7 .               ...        .                                                                         39.80
77-15-8                                                             2.00
77-15-17                                                                                   43.70
77-16-4     .                                                           124.20
77-17-30                                                        54.80
77-18-2  ••                         67.95
77-18-14   ....                 163.90
78-13-7  .                  15.05
78-13-9              ...   ..             14.40
78-14-1               158.30
78-14-4                 102.85
78-14-9                        .   .                                                    1,010.62
78-14-9A                            311.71
78-14-12                         16.80
78-15-1             217.50
78-15-2             294.90
78-15-4             226.25
78-15-6      ••■         ..                                                           112.50
78-15-9               215.50
78-16-1              305.20
78-16-2             .                      115.80
78-16-3                                           .                   114.60
78-16-5                                    35.65
78-16-6 .       .                 65.50
78-16-9                                         --              62.00
78-16-10                                                                                                    7.20
78-17-3          -                                              —_                               —.               7.20
78-17-11                               .   --                                26.77
78-17-2                                                                8.00
78-17-4               .                             134.60
78-17-6                                                             -    - -           130.50
78-17-9                        55.35
77_17_16                           40.60
78-18-14               33.00
78-18-5                                                                       107.65
78-18-Ia                                      .                 70.65
78-18-5A                                                                                42.80
78-18-9B                                                               ...                       35.00
78-18-11                                      ....       _.                 64.80
78-19-7                                                               .-.                           32.00
78-19-8                                                               56.35
78-19-12          -    __                                 85.00
78-20-7                                                                          290.00
79_13_12                                                               35.65
79-14 1                                                                   -                         144.60
79_14_2a                                                                    202.00
79-14 T 5a                                                                                         29.85
79-14 9                                                                             .               162.80
79-14-10                                                      .   —   ---          158.57
79-14-8                                                                 35.00
79_14_12               146.95
79 14 io                                                                                 ...                     36.90
Carried forward       $61,900.27
$37,809.34 T 110
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
-5b 	
-6a 	
-10a 	
10 	
(Township line)
2 	
-2a 	
4 	
6a 	
-5b 	
6b 	
■6 	
■9a 	
15 	
10  i	
•10a 	
■12 	
1b 	
■1 	
1b 	
9 ...
10 _.
■11 ..
24 ..
5 -.
10a
10a
11 .
1 ....
2 -
4a _
•4b -
5a ..
9 ....
9a .
10a
10b
12 ..
•28 ..
IB   ..
2A ..
4 -.
5A ..
6 -..
9a -
10 ..
12 ..
4 ...
12 ..
2b ..
3 ....
5 -.
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
79-14-9A 	
79-15-2	
79-15-4 	
79-15-6 	
79-15-7 	
79-15-8 	
79—15—9
79-16 (Township line)   	
79-16-4 	
79-16-5 	
79-16-
79-16-
79-16-
79-16-
79-17
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-17-
79-18-
79-18-
79-18-
79-18-
79-18-
79-18-
79-18-
79-18-
79-19-
79-19-
79-13-
80-13-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-14-
80-15-
80-15-
80-15-
80-15-
80-15-
80-15-
80-15-
80-15-
80-16-
80-16-
80-17-
80-17-
80-17-
$61,900.27    $37,809.34
98,
104
654.
36,
18,
19,
30
20,
71,
207.
42,
52,
4.
38.
95,
94,
19.
72.
29.
195.
38,
93.
7,
4.
50.
9.
121.
38.
67.
77.
22.
18.
335.
36.
22.
9.
17.
55.
42.
440.
75.
290.
49.
67.
36.
1,
523.
42,
191.
50.
29.
51.
43.
49.
36.
45.
54.
138.
13.
78.
14.
9.
61.
,10
.00
,10
80
,40
,35
,00
,70
65
35
55
,90
05
45
30
00
35
00
65
65
60
85
20
27
75
90
90
20
80
00
50
40
80
00
95
90
80
50
55
00
80
55
45
65
00
60
85
00
45
60
90
95
80
45
30
35
00
25
80
45
40
00
35
Carried forward..
$67,270.44 $37,809.34 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 111
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward               $67,270.44
$37,809.34
Reg. No.
80-1 7-5b     .                                                        19.75
80-17-6A               92.05
80-17-6B                                                         92.60
81-14-lA —.         „       .   .    ....   —                                                       45.60
81-14-lB                          24.60
81-14-2 —                                                                          26.55
81-14-4A                                   12.80
81-14 (Kelly Road)                                                                     19.80
83-14                   39.60
83-17-5                            23.00
83-17-6A                     112.15
83-17-8A                        238.25
83-18-2     .                  197.50
83-18-6                                                         30.20
83-19-4 ___.._                                                            107.25
83-19-7                                                    205.40
83-19-9 .                                                                   63.45
84-16-9                          11.70
84-16-9B    -                                  127.85
84-16-10                 .                             36.00
84-16-10A .     .                            15.30
84-17-2                          39.65
84-17-4              .                      7.20
84-1 7-4b .                                           14.40
84-17-9A                                                                                                 151.20
84-17-IOa •■                       .                             .   .                          9.45
84-17-12B                                                                        60.07
84-18-6       J  .   -';,                                    30.40
84-18-8                    .                         -             81.80
84-19-2                                          -                          ...   —                        57.40
84-19-4      .               .                          .    • .                          114.40
84-19-5 -...      .                 17.60
85-16-2B                        ....             26.10
85-17-2                             .     ..            17.55
85-17-5 _   ..                        44.70
85-18       - -                    100.25
85-18-1                                                                   86.45
85-18-4A                  .    •            162.00
85-18-5                      .                         29.60
85-18-6                                                                 46.85
85-19-2  .   .         .              132.25
85-19-6                                                .                      32.80
85-19-8                                           32.60
85-19-9A                    .                     52.80
85-19-llA                                                      .               68.55
85-19-13A                                                  16.00
85-19-12                                                          16.00
86-18-1                                132.00
86-18-2                                         44.10
86 18-1                                 ■   -                     19.80
86 18 4a                                                                  - -           129.15
86 18 4b                                                         .                  .                 52.05
86 18 5                                                                   -                 178.15
86 18-5B                                                                 54.00
86 18 6                                                                                      140.10
M 18 9                                                           21.60
86 18 10                             -                   .              160.25
86-19-1                         -                      46.80
86-19-lB                      -                 19.80
86 19 2                                                                        63.90
86 19 4a                            -                            54.25
86-19 6                                                        114.30
86 18-8A .....             57.65
Carried forward                 ... .     $71,547.81
$37,809.34 T 112 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward      $71,547.81    $37,809.34
Reg. No.
86-19-8B   12.60
86-19-8   37.80
86-19-9A   111.95
86-19-9B   178.95
86-19-10   332.60
86-19-12   98.00
86-20-9   61.20
87-18-lB   9.90
87-18-2   113.50
87-18-4   16.20
87-18-4B   89.00
87-18-5A  72.00
87-18-6   15.75
87-18-9   163.75
87-19-5A  93.60
87-20-15   112.80
87-20-5A  19.20
Tp. 22-25-1   119.40
Tp. 23-2   69.80
Tp. 24-2   16.00
Tp. 25  :  729.20
Tp. 26-1  -  9.00
Tp. 25-25-2   128.55
Tp. 27-1   7.20
Tp. 28-22   117.00
Tp. 25-23   10.80
Roads generally  8,066.48
Plant and tools  5,541.59
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,601.88
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        89,503.51
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
30-2.          Sunset Creek  $319.60
1-13.            Harper     28.74
5-4.            Miller     575.63
1-6.            Bissette    319.01
78-14-lA. Riley Grasshopper   390.34
15-4.          Montney   411.97
1-2.            Austin    96.88
28-2.          Batley     88.46
8-025.        Moberly   79.85
1-32.          Red River  5,975.41
79-19-2.    Groner     46.12
13-2.          O'Brien     7.45
1-8.            Low Level, Dawson Creek   68.84
2-1.            Hanna    128.59
12-1.          Beatton     42.24
23-1.          Swan Lake     _ 25.42
23-2.          Hays   269.93
38-1.          Dawson Town       215.10
15-5.          Murdale     53.28
78-14-1.    Riley   21.82
1-15.          Cutbank  991.90
1-29A.        Squaw Creek     .    __„ 339.34
28-2.          McDonald               ._._ 32.50
80-14-5.    Henderson             ..„ 171.30
1-30A.        Halfway   107.72
78-16-4.    Pelletier    99.82
78-16-7.    Ravelli, No. 1   41.03
78-15-8.    Ravelli, No. 2   38.75
78-15-9.    Ravelli, No. 3   12.50
Carried forward       $10,999.54 $127,312.85 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 113
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,999.54 $127,312.85
Reg. No.
87-20-1.    Babcock   29.52
8-12.          Carter, No. 1   135.65
8-13.          Carter, No. 2   124.85
1-4.            Tate Creek   117.00
1-29.          Cache Creek  65.10
4-1.            Landry Creek   47.92
8-5.            Kiskatinaw   46.52
8-6.            Buffalo     94.05
79-14-1.    Neal   3,475.13
78-16-1.    Lundeen    37.50
78-16-3.    Dalschied    8.60
1-11.          Knudsen   10.40
15-2.          Milne    7.50
001A.          No. 1   80.00
001a.          No. 2   80.00
1-23.          Allen Coulee   12.60
5-009.        Moose River   2.12
1-14.          Coal Creek   2.12
8-21.          Commotion Creek   2.10
11-1.          Mowick   19.15
13-1.          Finch   39.28
5-6.            Doe River   188.60
1-19.          Pingel     9.26
5-6.            Baldwin  .  147.20
21-1.          Gunter  —. 16.00
13-3A.        Dickinson Coulee   32.32
38-2.          Cemetery     35.70
Bridges generally   2,601.66
Taxes   97.00
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance       18,564.39
Vote 165—Ferries:   Maintenance.
67. Taylor    1  $7,778.59
89. Clayhurst   3,018.32
68. East Pine   2,718.69
69. Hudson Hope   668.61
Ferries generally  140.72
Total, Vote 165—Ferries        14,324.93
Total expenditure, Public Works . $160,202.17
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F) Direct Relief—
Work performed   $3,110.05
No work performed        171.28
Assistance to Settlers         712.75
Prenatal   50.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $4,044.08
(G) Non-contributory   754.50
(H)   Supervision     3,923.24
(J)    Public Health   3,491.41
(W)  Unemployables   $12,464.60
Credit, prior to April, 1941    119.40
Total, (W) Unemployables        12,345.20
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund      24,558.43
Total expenditure, Peace River District _..._'  $184,760.60 T 114 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Reg. No.
9. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   $8,700.51
Port Simpson streets  986.20
54. Oona River   1,259.68
127. Osland sidewalks   612.29
145. Dodge Cove Trail   1,008.89
149. Jap Inlet Trail   455.60
128. Salt Lakes Trail  559.60
5. Masset-Tow Hill  '.  2,207.56
16. New Masset-Old Masset   820.76
8. Dunroe's   6,297.64
18. Port Clements-Tlell  12,761.97
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $35,670.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Wharves.
Salt Lakes Floats   $272.78
Prince Rupert Wharf          1,732.59
Total, Capital Account—Wharves          2,005.37
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Buildings.
Purchase of Lots  51,  52,  Block  16,  Section  1,  City of Prince
Rupert          $8,400.00
Total, Capital Account—Buildings          8,400.00
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
3. Cow Bay Road   $369.10
9. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   4,065.72
39. Horton Street, Port Simpson  429.80
142. Lewis Island  -  151.10
5. Masset-Tow Hill   1,575.98
16. New Masset-Old Masset  490.83
Masset streets   1,035.54
18. Port Clements-Tlell  2,273.69
24. Skidegate-Tlell     3,240.05
25. Queen Charlotte-Skidegate  -  1,407.12
65. Cemetery    205.30
129. Sewell-Tasoo    201.50
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    1,040.18
General Foreman  (salary)    2,100.00
Travelling    156.95
Plant repairs   3,510.92
$22,253.78
Less plant rentals  .         3,970.91
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.  __ .      18,282.87
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Haysport   :  $707.56
Prudholme   206.97
Queen Charlotte Islands   947.47
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways  .         1,862.00
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
18. McBride Street   $478.73
68. Galloway Rapids  .  681.86
71. Jap Inlet  684.96
83. Maxie's     381.17
Osland   169.20
27. S.E. Harbour     398.72
Carried forward       $2,794.64    $66,220.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 115
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $2,794.64    $66,220.94
Reg. No.
73. Duncan's     355.60
39. Schafer  _  476.65
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   202.05
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance          3,828.94
Vote 165—Wharves:   Maintenance.
Prince Rupert Wharf        $7,937.73
Cow Bay Floats   435.80
Sundry wharves (units under $150)   6.60
Total, Vote 165—Wharves:   Maintenance        8,380.13
Vote 171b—Buildings.
Assay Office (Prince Rupert)        $4,500.00
Total, Vote 171b—Buildings          4,500.00
Total expenditure, Public Works.- $82,930.01
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F) Direct Relief-
Work performed   $197.85
(G) Non-contributory   59.37
(H)   Supervision    112.12
(J)    Public Health   445.75
(W) Unemployables   $5,779.80
Credit, prior to April, 1941   16.15
Total, (W) Unemployables         5,763.65
(X)   Japanese    36.00
$6,614.74
Credit, (F) Direct Relief, no work performed  215.81
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund          6,398.93
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District      $89,328.94
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
13. Big Bend Highway   $7,727.27
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   2,731.43
72. Revelstoke   (east)     13.80
74. Revelstoke   (west)    .  16,155.61
90. Trans-Canada Highway     5,047.20
Total, Capital Account—Roads     $31,675.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Bituminous
Surfacing.
13. Big Bend Highway        $2,972.49
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   498.15
74. Revelstoke (west)   465.41
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          3,936.05
Carried forward     $35,611.36 T 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $35,611.36
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
Reg. No. and Streets.
11. Begbie     $448.24
13. Big Bend   10,984.07
65. McKinnon     180.46
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead   4,798.94
72. Revelstoke (east)   369.62
74. Revelstoke  (west)   2,160.28
78. Sidmouth-Sproat   248.25
90. Trans-Canada Highway —   349.08
Sundry roads (units under $150)   537.37
Snow-removal     948.74
Plant and tools   1,945.96
Repairs to district machinery   1,355.30
General Foreman  (salary)    2,040.00
Travelling expenses   785.91
Garage operation    ..  900.34
Warehouse operation   101.20
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        28,153.76
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Sicamous-Revelstoke    $316.88
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways   316.88
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
16. Begbie       $595.26
83. Revelstoke-Arrowhead     255.76
103. Columbia River  5,737.52
154. Big Bend        182.70
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   787.94
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance            7,559.18
Vote 165—Ferries.
2. Goldstream    $200.00
3. Halls Landing   4,554.69
4. 12-Mile    6,013.71
Total, Vote 165—Ferries        10,768.40
Vote 166—Local Roads within Municipal Limits.
Douglas Street   $872.11
Total, Vote 166—Local Roads within Municipal Limits  872.11
Total expenditure, Public Works     $83,281.69
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed          $1,842.03
No work performed         933.62
Assistance to Settlers      1,037.20
(Accounts, prior to April, 1941, $221.91 included.)
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $3,812.85
(G)   Non-contributory    524.77
(H)  Supervision     900.00
(J)    Public Health   672.98
(W) Unemployables    1,620.07
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund          7,530.67
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District     $90,812.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 117
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Reg. No.
9. Castlegar Townsite   $324.78
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads   $324.78
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
57. Schofield Highway  (sidewalk)       $1,994.08
69. Trail-Salmo        23,245.36
Plant and equipment .         6,650.00
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        31,889.44
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Stbeets.
4. Big Sheep Creek :  $263.21
5. Blueberry   230.76
9. Castlegar Townsite   728.75
10. Castlegar-Trail     3,686.77
34. Inland Empire Mine   518.70
41. Milestone    150.48
51. Rossland-Cascade     5,894.21
53. Rossland-Paterson    1,224.66
68. Rossland-Trail (old road)   520.61
57. Schofield Highway  2,223.45
58. Shaver's Subdivision   511.45
64. Trail Creek   262.28
66. Trail-Fort Sheppard   334.30
67. Trail-Pend d'Oreille   3,160.41
69. Trail-Salmo   3,516.17
72. Violin Lake   182.88
77. Warfield Subdivision   376.46
80. Casino    258.57
82. East Robson   336.36
Deer Park  1,190.41
Sundry   576.36
Salaries     3,420.00
Office    427.98
General Foreman (car and expenses)   600.00
Plant and tools   489.72
Plant repairs and rentals  507.60
Shop, Rossland   2,384.54
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.      33,977.09
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Rossland-Cascade (Mile 21-Mile 23.4)   $266.28
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways   266.28
Vote 165—Beidges:   Maintenance.
1. Castlegar Overhead Crossing  .  $578.68
6. Castlegar-Trail, No. 6   193.60
7. Castlegar-Trail, No. 7   797.87
10. Columbia River at Trail   1,381.79
57. Rossland-Cascade, No. 4  . 190.28
83. Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 3   159.40
Sundry bridges        2,641.30
Total, Vote 165—Bridges         5,942.92
Vote 165—Ferries.
Castlegar        $16,948.07
Total, Vote 165—Ferries —        16,948.07
Carried forward     $89,348.58 T 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $89,348.58
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
Reg. No.
12. Cliff Mine  .  $50.00
14. Kootenay Colliery Mine   50.00
Total, Vote 122—Roads, Trails, etc.   100.00
Total expenditure, Public Works.- $89,448.58
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $1,006.60
No work performed         749.50
Total, (F)  Direct Relief  $1,756.10
(G)  Non-contributory   364.30
(J)    Public Health   72.55
(W) Unemployables   3,819.70
(Y)   Enemy Aliens   255.60
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund          6,268.25
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District      $95,716.83
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Roads.
Machinery   $1,799.90
30r. East Saanich   16,077.99
29R. Saanich and Quadra   173.32
52e. West Saanich   57.20
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $18,108.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bituminous
Suefacing.
30r. East Saanich        $4,908.33
52r. West Saanich   802.07
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing          5,710.40
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
29r. Saanich and Quadra   $216.91
30r. East Saanich   7,208.74
52r. West Saanich   1,877.61
Sundry roads (units under $150)   557.40
Supervision   867.47
District machinery —...  709.60
Plant and tools   1,278.24
Addition to Burnside office  498.43
$13,214.40
Credit, Plant Rental Account  $2,147.60
Less repairs to district machinery         419.12
Net credit         1,728.48
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        11,485.92
Carried forward.      $35,304.73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 119
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    $35,304.73
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
85b. Keating Cross Road       $1,000.00
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways         1,000.00
Total expenditure, Public Works.- $36,304.73
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F) Direct Relief-
Work performed   $26.45
(G) Non-contributory  73.35
(H)   Supervision   76.72
(J)   Public Health   469.18
(W) Unemployables   1,420.30
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        2,066.00
Total expenditure, Saanich District     $38,370.73
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
38r. Trans-Provincial   Highway   (Arterial),   Salmon  Arm   Municipality   $250.80
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads   $250.80
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":   Roads.
Plant and equipment  $2,096.61
38r. Trans-Provincial  Highway   (Arterial),   Salmon  Arm   Municipality   2,047.39
90.    Trans-Canada Highway—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm   8,310.13
Sicamous-Revelstoke    9,999.66
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        22,453.79
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":  Bituminous
Surfacing.
37R. Trans-Provincial Highway (Arterial), Salmon Arm City  $1,168.93
38r. Trans-Provincial   Highway   (Arterial),   Salmon   Arm  Municipality   14,224.98
90.    Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm   706.29
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        16,100.20
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
12. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay   $599.10
13. Bolean Creek   196.44
16. Campbell Creek   240.80
17. Campbell Range   213.71
20. Celista District  409.35
21. Chase-Falkland    645.41
23. Chase District .  282.94
26. Douglas Lake   715.15
27. Duck  Range  .  371.66
28. Eagle Bay District   214.05
32. Falkland District  283.48
33. Fowler-Willette   508.14
Carried forward       $4,680.23    $38,804.79 T 120 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward    $4,680.23    $38,804.79
Reg. No.
43. Kamloops-Shuswap     509.08
44. Kamloops-Vernon     6,102.69
47. Line 17   251.25
49. Magna Bay   356.65
52. Martin Prairie   161.26
53. Meadow Creek   164.80
62. Notch Hill District   251.71
64. Paxton Valley   355.87
66. Pinantan     569.75
67. Pritchard-Pinantan   1,526.62
68. Pritchard District   477.70
70. Robbin Range     369.03
72. Salmon River   1,706.80
76. Seymour Arm   152.65
80. Sorrento-Blind Bay   337.10
83. Squilax-Anglemont   1,015.75
84. Squilax-Turtle Valley   239.14
86. Sunnybrae  .  546.68
87. Tappen-Carlin     203.34
88. Tappen-Skimiken    410.72
89. Tappen District   265.80
90. Trans-Canada Highway—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm   15,742.49
Sicamous-Canoe    535.38
Sicamous-Revelstoke    4,808.40
95. White Lake   525.30
38r. Trans-Provincial  Highway   (Arterial),   Salmon   Arm   Municipality   2,923.55
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,627.61
Camp equipment   196.14
Plant and equipment  _  2,055.90
Plant and tools  :.:  899.07
Plant maintenance  2,376.26
$52,344.72
Less Plant Repair and Rental Account     83.09
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        52,261.63
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Sand Hill Road — $903.70
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways   903.70
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
23b. Salmon Arm-Enderby  (Secondary)    $40.50
26b. Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie (Secondary)   596.00
76b. Canoe Road (Secondary)   445.76
80b. Salmon Arm-Enderby  (Secondary)  81.01
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways         1,163.27
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
2. Adams River   $2,527.51
34. Duck Range, No. 2   181.99
76. Westlund    242.10
110. Scotch Creek  .  3,085.04
124. White Creek, No. 4   614.89
126. Revelstoke (west)   168.20
152. Revelstoke  (west), No. 12   534.94
153. Revelstoke   (west)     652.27
168. Revelstoke  (west)    372.76
Carried forward       $8,379.70    $93,133.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 121
Reg. No.
171. Revelstoke  (west)  	
174. Suspension  Foot-bridge
187. Annis   	
190.  Sicamous   (proposed)   ___
194. Ferguson
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward	
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance __
Vote 165—Ferries.
3.  Sorrento-Scotch Creek 	
5. Ducks  	
6. Shuswap Lake 	
7. Sicamous  	
Total, Vote 165—Ferries
Total expenditure, Public Works.. $111,642.41
$8,379.70    $93,133.39
451.38
1,077.77
287.26
538.51
333.35
2,130.67
$3,950.82
900.35
449.53
9.68
13,198.64
5,310.38
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $2,896.90
Credit, prior to April, 1941         428.80
Total work performed   $2,468.10
No work performed      1,029.20
Assistance to Settlers         192.00
(G)   Non-contributory
(H)   Supervision   _.
(J)    Public Health
(W) Unemployables
Total, (F) Direct Relief       $3,689.30
Credit, prior to April, 1941 ._.
Total,  (W)  Unemployables
$12,386.41
7.50
842.42
1,712.38
908.43
12,378.91
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund 	
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District	
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 '■
19,531.44
$131,173.85
Roads.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Princeton-Hedley Section 	
Hedley-Keremeos Section 	
Marron Valley Junction-Oliver Section
2.
3.
6.
10. Okanagan Highway (Penticton-Marron Valley Junction)
24. Copper Mountain 	
47. Hedley streets
Princeton streets
$1,340.57
4,111.49
5,135.12
7,505.70
8,994.04
631.40
2,921.09
Total, Capital Account—Roads 	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Bituminous
Surfacing.
Okanagan Highway—
42r.        Summerland-Penticton-Oliver        $1,898.36
10. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction         6,783.94
Carried forward..
$30,639.41
.,682.30    $30,639.41 T 122
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Reg. No.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 '
Surfacing—Continued.
Brought forward	
Bituminous
2.
3.
7.
8.
71.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway-
Princeton-Hedley Section 	
Hedley-Keremeos Section 	
Oliver-Osoyoos Section
13.
18.
21.
24.
111.
34.
35.
40.
42.
1.
3.
45.
47.
4.
53.
57.
5.
6.
60.
7.
8.
71.
72.
74.
75.
76.
2.
9.
10.
78.
79.
83.
84.
86.
89.
42r
91.
93.
94.
95.
97.
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain Section
Oliver streets 	
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing
$8,682.30    $30,639.41
3,566.39
1,030.43
1,424.45
1,691.62
796.41
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
Allison-Copper Mountain 	
Ashnola 	
Cawston  	
Copper Mountain	
Campbell Meadows (O.K. Falls to irrigation-dam)
Fairview  	
Fairview-Patten  	
5-Mile-Princeton  	
Grand Ore 	
Hope-Princeton 	
Hedley-Keremeos     .
Hedley-Nickel Plate _
Hedley streets
Keremeos-Green Mountain 	
Kaleden Townsite 	
Keremeos streets 	
Marron Valley 	
Marron Valley Junction-Oliver
Marron Valley (Branch) ..
Oliver-Osoyoos
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain 	
Oliver streets 	
1-Mile-Princeton 	
Osoyoos orchards 	
Oliver-Camp McKinney 	
Oliver-Cawston  	
Princeton-Hedley 	
Penticton-Summerland   	
Penticton-Marron Valley Junction
Penticton-Green Mountain 	
Penticton-Carmi   	
Princeton-Otter Lake 	
Princeton Pump Station 	
Princeton streets 	
Richter Pass 	
. Summerland-Penticton-Oliver 	
Shingle Creek 	
South Keremeos   _
S.O.L. Project 	
South Similkameen 	
Summers Creek 	
Sundry roads (units under $150) ...
Plant and tools _
Garages
Supervision, General Foreman (salary and expenses)
Roads, Trails,
$271.24
358.72
326.71
1,580.83
1,253.95
265.86
166.79
584.41
267.07
904.69
1,844.46
909.99
493.60
1,298.27
178.21
1,233.20
1,767.27
1,947.00
216.90
1,439.06
236.09
400.42
2,531.78
757.00
441.03
196.40
3,196.28
1,319.75
1,399.21
1,051.20
391.70
248.68
164.50
1,113.01
328.51
825.05
327.26
246.25
1,220.06
176.83
398.97
2,094.68
2,836.58
468.84
3,837.73
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
29b. Penticton-Naramata
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways
Carried forward	
$34.76
17,191.60
43,516.04
34.76
$91,381.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 123
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $91,381.81
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
39. Allison-Copper Mountain, No. 1   $150.50
45. Ashnola, No. 5   372.82
52. Copper Mountain, No. 2   333.51
64. 5-Mile-Princeton, No. 6   254.66
1. Hope-Princeton, No. 1   353.98
5. Hope-Princeton, No. 5   336.72
114. Oliver-Camp McKinney, No. 3  278.43
14. Princeton-Hedley, No. 2   205.89
18. Princeton-Hedley, No. 6   496.28
37. Penticton-Marron Valley, No. 1  (Ellis Creek)   178.67
38. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction, No. 2   617.13
147. South Keremeos, No. 2  213.60
149. South Keremeos, No. 4  288.91
153. S.O.L. Project, No. 4  387.60
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,088.89
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance         5,557.59
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
103. Whipsaw Creek   $99.49
112. Myers Flat-Hegan   200.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc  299.49
Total expenditure, Public Works._. $97,238.89
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief—
Work performed  1  $2,509.55
No work performed      2,711.30
Assistance to Settlers         870.75
Prenatal   25.00
Total,  (F)  Direct Relief   $6,116.60
(G)  Non-contributory   1,040.88
(H)   Supervision   1,550.76
(J)   Public Health   2,716.95
(W) Unemployables   $17,739.70
Credit, prior to April, 1941   19.00
Total,  (W)  Unemployables        17,720.70
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        29,145.89
Total expenditure, Similkameen District   $126,384.78
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
102. Usk-Cedarvale, Project 4a        $1,000.00
102. Usk-Cedarvale, Mile 6.8 to Mile 10.8        39,558.44
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads      $40,558.44
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":   Roads.
102. Usk-Cedarvale, Mile 10.8 to Mile 14.77  $36,964.11
33a. Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing   5,000.00
43. Kalum Lake   3,568.80
52. Lakelse Lake   291.33
55. Lakelse-Hot Springs   408.60
7. Remo   831.27
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads        47,064.11
Carried forward     $87,622.55 T 124 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward :     $87,622.55
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Bridges.
Bridges on Lakelse Lake Road       $2,100.00
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Bridges         2,100.00
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
102. Terrace-Usk   .  $1,618.39
33b. Cedarvale-Kitwanga     248.00
33a. Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing   440.71
33. Skeena Crossing-Hazelton   1,253.81
32. Hazelton-Moricetown     3,881.55
91. Moricetown-Smithers    3,484.09
77. Smithers-Omineca  Boundary   772.50
50R. Arterial Highway (Smithers)   176.14
5lR. Arterial Highway (Terrace)   314.40
2. Adams          . 701.00
3. Aitken   209.54
1. Amsbury     232.23
118. Billiter    209.07
86. Copper City-Usk   555.32
23. Driftwood Creek              257.25
44. Frank   150.19
112. Hazelton Station      _        210.79
123. Hodkin  192.00
35. Hudson Bay Mountain   826.19
37. Hynes     344.74
43. Kalum Lake   3,868.11
51. Kalum Lake-shore   156.50
49. Kispiox Valley   1,249.60
42. Kitimat           151.50
40. Kitwanga Valley   1,215.09
52. Lakelse Lake   803.82
55. Lakelse-Hot Springs   352.41
99. Lanfere     _     __.   . 212.02
62. New Hazelton High Level   169.15
66.  Poplar  Park    364.54
300. Port Essington streets   789.06
7. Remo    952.93
93. Skeena West-South          "                           .'. '"" 252]55
19. Snake   -.  499.80
48.  Swan     171.15
107. Telkwa High   241.46
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    2,972.73
Machinery units   555.19
Plant repairs and rentals   741.72
Plant and tools   4,920.45
Garages     110.17
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        36,827.86
Vote 165—Classified Highways.
58b. Secondary Highway  (Smithers)    $73.30
67b. Secondary Highway  (Terrace)    117.99
Total, Vote 165—Classified Highways   191.29
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Salvus    j.  $343.95
Cedarvale    240.94
Terrace    346.94
Usk-Cedarvale     _        9,501.47
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways  ..       10,433.30
Carried forward  $137,175.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 125
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  _,  $137,175.00
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
248. Elsworth     $194.50
305. First Cabin Creek   416.47
48. Gramophone Creek   191.63
51. Hazelton    397.30
61. Kitsequekla  River   777.57
126. Laird's  Slough   675.44
261. Lowrie Creek   262.40
147. Price Creek   183.60
135. Terrace    1,516.92
306. 33-Mile Creek  .  293.00
304. 29-Mile Creek   405.60
170. Whisky  Creek   222.70
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,982.59
Total, Vote 165—Bridges         7,519.72
Vote 165—Ferries.
78. Cedarvale    $1,206.44
79. Copper River  .  1,665.86
80. Hazelton     6,927.34
81. Kitwanga     1,287.98
82. Remo    1,348.87
83. Usk   1,265.04
Pacific Boat   5.55
Total, Vote 165—Ferries        13,707.08
Vote 165a—Bridges.
44. Glacier Creek   $758.71
126. Laird's  Slough   1,099.52
71. Maroon Creek   187.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   460.75
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges         2,505.98
Vote 122—Geants in Aid of Mining Roads and Teails, etc.
328. Gold Bar Trail  $75.00
217. Empire  Trail   25.00
69. Rocher Deboule   600.00
264. Trail to Bermaline and other groups   75.00
329. Road to Mamie Mine  250.00
330. Trail to Dot Group   100.00
205. Zymoetz  (Copper)  River Trail   350.00
244. Red Rose   2,300.00
323. Trail to Black Bull Group  100.00
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc         3,875.00
Total expenditure, Public Works.. $164,782.78
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $415.45
No work performed      227.72
Total, (F) Direct Relief          $643.17
(G)  Non-contributory   49.95
(H)   Supervision    66.00
Carried forward ,  $759.12 $164,782.78 T 126 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward  $759.12 $164,782.78
(J)   Public Health   831.91
(W) Unemployables         4,729.85
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund         6,320.88
Total expenditure, Skeena District   $171,103.66
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Roads.
Reg. No.
102. Okanagan Highway      $21,411.15
251. North Naramata   684.97
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $22,096.12
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":  Bituminous
Suefacing.
102. Okanagan Highway       $9,349.25
251. North Naramata          1,547.73
102. Okanagan Highway  (contract)           5,699.26
Total, Capital Account—Bituminous Surfacing        16,596.24
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betteements:  Roads, Teails,
and Steeets.
1. Okanagan Centre   $3,623.18
12. Oceola   2,155.23
15. Woodsdale     359.10
16. Woods Lake Bottom  359.26
30. Old Vernon   2,431.83
43. Sexsmith     281.07
48. Rutland  ,  1,209.96
54. McKenzie   150.91
67. Joe Riche   2,174.51
78. Belgo    277.98
102. Okanagan Highway  14,314.93
103. McCulloch     676.60
111. Spiers    341.27
112. Hall     193.53
118. K.L.O.   1,136.83
119. Benvoulin   355.09
121. Burtch    297.66
128. Richter Street   454.26
132. Knox Mountain   559.73
144. North Street   257.76
145. West Avenue   274.80
148. Watt  247.00
149. Lake Shore   5,640.95
150. Swamp   1,155.39
153. De Hart :  311.83
156. Paret    216.00
164. Chute Lake  173.13
172. Westside  524.40
176. Bear Creek   262.35
191. Smith Creek   555.30
197. Drought    520.00
198. Dobbin   278.00
201. Gellatly    261.00
207. Glenrosa   295.70
233. Fish Lake   157.50
250. Penticton-Naramata  —  734.01
Carried forward     $43,218.05    $38,692.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 127
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minoe Betteements:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward  $43,218.05    $38,692.36
Reg. No.
251. North Naramata   668.64
256. North Gulch   186.55
40R. Peachland-Kelowna   (Arterial), Peachland Municipality   383.27
4lR. Penticton-Kelowna (Arterial), Summerland Municipality   3,846.32
Sundry roads (units under $150)   4,360.56
Office expenses  J  810.00
Garage operation  147.05
Plant and tools  2,118.16
Surveys     248.86
Plant repairs, etc.   581.49
$56,568.95
Credits, rentals, etc.   927.52
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        55,641.43
Vote 165—Location of Highways.
Summerland-Princeton (Kirton-Bald Range)  $347.76
Power Creek-Trepanier   161.13
Total, Vote 165—Location of Highways   508.89
Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance.
4. Camp Creek, No. 2   $307.45
5. Camp Creek, No. 3  322.08
8. Canyon Creek   327.28
12. Duck Creek, No. 1   268.43
16. Duck Creek, No. 5   460.52
25. Mill Creek, No. 1   2,702.67
37. Gallagher   246.80
39. McDougall Creek, No. 1  1,662.71
66. 8-Mile   610.59
76. Trepanier Creek, No. 2   254.92
Sundry bridges (units under $150)     590.90
Total, Vote 165—Bridges  ..         7,754.35
Vote 165—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank       $35,685.03
Total, Vote 165—Ferries        35,685.03
Vote 165a—Bridges.
25. Mill Creek, No. 1        $1,260.82
42. Power Creek, No. 2          3,242.00
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges          4,502.82
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Kelowna-Vernon (Municipality of Glenmore)   $400.00
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  400.00
Total expenditure, Public Works _ $143,184.88
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)   Direct Relief-
Work performed   $3,182.60
No work performed     2,404.22
Prenatal          35.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief       $5,621.82
Carried forward 1       $5,621.82 $143,184.! T 128 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Unemployment Relief Fund—Continued.
Brought forward       $5,621.82 $143,184.88
(G)  Non-contributory   405.85
(H)   Supervision   5,827.78
(J)    Public Health   1,925.49
(W) Unemployables   13,292.35
(Y)   Enemy Aliens  -  357.15
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        27,430.44
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District   $170,615.32
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
R     N Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":  Roads.
3. Marine Drive      $10,708.31
Total, Capital Account—Roads      $10,708.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939":   Buildings.
Child Guidance Clinic        $5,950.74
Total, Capital Account—Buildings         5,950.74
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2. Imperial Street   $846.25
3. Marine Drive   3,960.28
Supervision    820.47
Plant and tools   26.08
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   102.38
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.          5,755.46
Vote 165—Bridges:  Maintenance.
1. Beacon Gulch   $125.74
Total, Vote 165—Bridges   125.74
Vote 168—Highway Signs.
Vancouver Automobile Club        $2,000.00
Total, Vote 168—Highway Signs        2,000.00
Total expenditure, Public Works _•__ $24,540.25
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief—
Work performed   $14.00
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $14.00
(G)  Non-contributory   10,029.26
(H)   Supervision   40,254.50
(J)  Public Health _.  31,484.91
(W) Unemployables     $12,432.23
Credit, prior to April, 1941   46.20
Total, (W) Unemployables       12,386.03
(X)  Japanese     434.38
(Y)  Enemy Aliens          5,796.21
$100,399.29
Credit, (F) Direct Relief—No work performed   66.07
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund     100,333.22
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District  ,  $124,873.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. T 129
VICTORIA DISTRICT.
Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Local highways within municipal limits        $2,765.17
Total, Vote 166—Local Highways within Municipal Limits      $2,765.17
Vote 168—Highway Signs.
Victoria Automobile Club   $350.00
Total, Vote 168—Highway Signs   350.00
Total expenditure, Public Works__..__ $3,115.17
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(G)   Non-contributory   $151.61
(H)   Supervision     44,059.28
(J)    Public Health   1,294.35
(W) Unemployables   2,141.09
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund        47,646.33
Total expenditure, Victoria District     $50,761.50
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1936":   Buildings.
Merritt Court-house       $1,753.17
Total, Capital Account—Buildings        $1,753.17
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":   Roads.
Reg. No.
44. Merritt-Spences Bridge      $27,498.59
Total, Capital Account—Roads        27,498.59
Vote 165—Maintenance and Minor Betteements:   Roads, Teails,
and Stbeets.
1. Trans-Canada Highway   $3,121.76
2. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   202.76
11. Brookmere   185.14
14. Coalmont    4,128.30
17. Coldwater    165.29
25. Douglas Lake  2  230.70
30. Green  155.20
35. Kamloops  1  4,491.34
36. Kane Valley   176.85
44. Spences Bridge   7,133.77
45. Loon Lake   162.14
46. Mamette Lake   388.36
70. Princeton      4,938.70
79. Tulameen River   211.23
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,229,12
Supervision, office (District Vote)   780.00
Plant and tools   987.83
Garage operation   2,831.54
$31,520.03
Less credit, Plant Repairs and Rental Account ,  804.58
Total, Vote 165—Roads, Trails, etc.        30,715.45
Carried forward     $59,967.21 T 130 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    $59,967.21
Reg. No. Vote 165—Beidges:   Maintenance.
303.' Douglas Lake   $401.15
441. Mosquito Cattle Pass   350.92
278. Pooley   153.10
116.  Sackum   201.67
113. Tank Creek  47.55
Building pile-driver   1,286.08
Various bridges (units under $150)   889.25
Total, Vote 165—Bridges:   Maintenance          3,329.72
Vote 165—Beidges (Pateol, Alexandea Beidge).
85. Alexandra Bridge        $3,087.00
Total, Vote 165—Bridges (Patrol, Alexandra Bridge)          3,087.00
Vote 165—Caeiboo Highway.
Cariboo Highway (maintenance)   $42,903.90
Cariboo Highway (concrete walls)   16,400.38
Cariboo Highway  (bridges)   9,945.80
Cariboo Highway  (bituminous surfacing)    10,139.06
(Toll-gate receipts, $96,688.17.)
Total, Vote 165—Cariboo Highway       79,389.14
Vote 165—Feeries.
91. Aerial ferry (North Bend)        $6,640.35
(Tolls collected, $1,420.)
Cable ferry, 3 miles east of Yale   33.63
Total, Vote 165—Ferries            6,673.98
Vote 165a—Bridges.
116.  Sackum     $975.92
113. Tank Creek  :  7,184.81
75. Clarke   813.81
74. Flume   524.50
100. Half    168.62
113. Tank Creek   204.27
61. Hope    30,828.56
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   290.62
Total, Vote 165a—Bridges       40,991.11
Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc.
44. Master Ace Trail  _'.  $112.00
79. Tulameen River Road   98.16
2.  Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   681.20
391. Cable Bridge, Jessica   49.80
Total, Vote 122—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, etc....  941.16
Total expenditure, Public Works.. $194,379.32
Unemployment Relief Fund.
(F)  Direct Relief-
Work performed   $1,324.17
No work performed         662.70
Total, (F) Direct Relief  $1,986.87
(H)   Supervision          65.05
(J)    Public Health   210.68
(W) Unemployables   4,897.04
Total, Unemployment Relief Fund         7,159.64
Total expenditure, Yale District  $201,538.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
T 131
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES DISTRIBUTED BY DISTRICTS.
(See pages 56 to 130.)
Electoral District.
Public Works
Expenditure.
Unemployment
Relief Fund.
Total
Expenditure.
Alberni-Nanaimo..
Atlin	
Burnaby.
Cariboo (North).
Cariboo (South).
Chilliwack	
Columbia	
Comox
Cowichan-Newcastle.
Cranbrook	
Delta	
Dewdney .
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Fort George	
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Islands	
Islands (Ladysmith)	
Nanaimo-Islands....
Kamloops..
Kaslo-Slocan (New Denver).
Lillooet	
Mackenzie	
Nelson-Creston	
New Westminster	
North Okanagan	
North Vancouver ,	
Omineca	
Peace River	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossland-Trail	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm	
Similkameen	
Skeena 	
South Okanagan
Vancouver-Point Grey-
Victoria 	
Yale	
Total expenditure, distributed by
districts	
$126,573.46
66,125.20
44,754.51
119,695.41
102,472.52
126,134.89
114,909.90
138,803.11
104,840.42
100,946.48
130,253.37
227,243.47
232,533.54
77,862.57
119,146.12
78,292.68
24,722.33
25,710.67
147^L06l39
207,230.14
205,158.99
67,357.50
367,592.53
20,475.85
100,261.76
16,678.21
147,066.80
160,202.17
82,930.01
83,281.69
89,448.58
36,304.73
111,642.41
97,238.89
164,782.78
143,184.88
24,540.25
3,115.17
194,379.32
$25,342.24
5,626.73
3,994.07
16,208.59
12,674.50
6,351.48
18,149.55
35,279.56
9,513.22
41,854.58
18,496.12
45,713.42
15,160.18
43,677.07
23,516.87
10,360.19
21,609.64
42,485.21
38,414.92
44,579.84
16,537.35
42,170.06
41,917.64
22,498.21
24,022.24
1,123.98
25,543.31
24,558.43
6,398.93
7,530.67
6,268.25
2,066.00
19,531.44
29,145.89
6,320.88
27,430.44
100,333.22
47,646.33
7,159.64
1,431,299.70
$937,210.89
$151,915.70
71,751.93
48,748.58
135,904.00
115,147.02
132,486.37
133,059.45
174,082.67
114,353.64
142,801.06
148,749.49
272,956.89
247,693.72
121,539.64
142,662.99
88,652.87
1
I-      114,527.85
J
185,821.31
251,809.98
221,696.34
109,527.56
409,510.17
42,974.06
124,284.00
17,802.19
172,610.11
184,760.60
89,328.94
90,812.36
95,716.83
38,370.73
131,173.85
126,384.78
171,103.66
170,615.32
124,873.47
50,761.50
201,538.96
$5,368,510.59 T 132 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1941-42.
Total expenditure, Public Works and Unemployment Relief Fund, distributed
by districts   $5,368,510.59
MISCELLANEOUS.
Public Works Department.
Roads, generally   $21,816.69
Bridges, generally  90.16
Equipment   52,887.21
British Columbia-Yukon-Alaska Highway   2,245.17
Total expenditure, Public Works—General   77,039.23
Public Works Capital Account.
Equipment   $137,157.88
Total, Capital Account—Miscellaneous         137,157.88
Total, Votes 161 to 164, 167, 169, 170, 171c (for details see Public Accounts).—       998,405.70
Unemployment Relief Fund—Labour Department.
(For details see Public Accounts.)
Municipal Contributory.
Municipal Married   $663,005.79
Married Transients   11,115.32
Clothing Account  9,655.06
Prenatal   615.00
Assistance to Settlers   1,397.16
$685,788.33
Credit, sundry adjustments in respect of prior years         1,273.82
Total, (E) Municipal Direct Relief        684,514.51
(R)   Physically Unfit      $11,469.50
Credit, sundry adjustments in respect of prior years   90.10
Total, (R) Physically Unfit  11,379.40
(U)   Physically Unfit  $585,982.12
Credit, sundry adjustments in respect of prior years   130.70
Total,  (U)  Physically Unfit         585,851.42
Refund of Dominion Government share of $525.82, under (G) Non-contributory,
Sec. 6 (Assistance to Settlers) (Credit, $262.91)
Total,   Unemployment   Relief   Fund  expenditure—Miscellaneous   $1,281,482.42
Total, Public Works and Unemployment Relief Fund   $7,862,595.82
Summary.
Credits and
Gross. Contributions. Net.
Public Works     $5,643,902.51    $249,000.81    $5,394,901.70
Unemployment Relief Fund      2,218,693.31        45,129.88      2,173,563.43
Total   $7,862,595.82    $294,130.69    $7,568,465.13
(Note.—For summary of total expenditures, see pages 53 to 55.)
victoria, B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1942.
400-1042-9818    

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.bcsessional.1-0314281/manifest

Comment

Related Items