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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EEPOET
OF   THE
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL
AFFAIRS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED
DECEMBER 31 ST, 1941
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OP THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C.:
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
3942.  To His Honour William Culham Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
I have the honour to transmit herewith the Annual Report of the Deputy Minister
of Municipal Affairs for the year ended December 31st, 1941.
A. WELLS GRAY,
Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Victoria, B.C.-, October 30th, 1942.  REPORT OF THE
DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS.
Victoria, B.C., October 26th, 1942.
Hon. A. Wells Gray,
Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the annual report of this Department
for the year ended December 31st, 1941.
Comparing figures of assessment valuation for the year 1941 with those for 1940
discloses the following:—
Total Assessed Value of Land and Improvements.
1940.
1941.
Increase or
Decrease.
Cities  	
$188,978,644
200,345,439
7,017,702
$190,537,094
204,951,314
7.125.334
+ $1,558,450
+    4,605,875
4-        107.632
Totals  	
$396,341,785
369,018,668
$402,613,742                   + $6,271,957
370,281,560                   +    1,262,892
Grand Totals 	
$765,360,453                     $772,895,302          i          4- $7,534,849
Values actually taxed.
1940.
Increase oi
Decrease.
Cities —
Districts .....	
Villages	
Totals	
Vancouver	
Grand Totals .
$83,067,506
88,270,291
3,601,856
$174,939,653
208,063,554
$383,003,207
$83,306,185
90,048,614
3,642,925
$176,997,724
207,629,295
+ $238,679
+ 1,778,323
4- 41,069
+ $2,058,071
—       434,259
$384,627,019
+ $1,623,812
During  the  year  debentures  were  approved  for  the  undernoted  amounts  and
purposes:—■
Cities.
Districts.
Total.
$30,241
71,500
$108,400
9,850
2,000
79,000
750
$138,641
9,850
73,500
79 000
750
Totals  _ _ _	
$101,741                   $200,000
1
$301,741
All money by-laws before being approved for submission to the electors were
carefully examined as to the necessity, the estimated cost, the financial ability to repay
the loan, and the relation of the life of the works to the maturity dates of the debentures. Wherever possible debentures issued were in serial form. Following your
instructions, the Department has strongly advised that works other than those considered absolutely essential should be laid over until after the war. This policy was
supported whole-heartedly by the municipalities.
I am glad to be able to report that there have been no further defaults during the
year and the following municipalities were able, after making arrangements with their U 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
bondholders, to have their  agreements  ratified  by the  Legislature  at the  1941-42
Session:—■
City of Greenwood refunded its outstanding debt by issuing thirty-year 2-percent, annuity instalment debentures for 40 per cent,  of the principal
amount outstanding.     (See chapter 13, 1941-42 Statutes.)
City of Port Coquitlam refunded its outstanding debentures by issuing twenty-
year bonds bearing interest at 3 per cent, per annum.     (See chapter 32,
1941-42 Statutes.)
District of West Vancouver issued serial bonds at lower rates of interest in
exchange for certain outstanding waterworks debentures.     (See chapter
51, 1941-42 Statutes.)
Following the policy inaugurated some years ago, a conference of municipal officials
was held at Victoria on June 1st and 2nd of the present year.    These meetings have
been well attended and the concensus of opinion is that such gatherings are beneficial
to all concerned and of particular value to the municipal officials in carrying out their
duties as required under the various applicable Statutes, and it is hoped these annual
conferences will be continued.
The steady improvement in the municipal financial position in this Province is
being maintained and this is due in a large measure to the careful management of
municipal affairs by Councils and their officials. The continued spirit of good-will and
co-operation this Department has received from both Councils and their officials has
been very much appreciated.
In May of this year the Department lost the valuable services of Mr. R. S. Gilchrist
who, as Supervisor of Municipalities, was largely instrumental in designing the annual
report in its present form. His accounting ability received recognition in his being
invited to join the staff of the Federal Wartime Prices and Trade Board. This necessitated a reorganization of the Department, Mr. B. C. Bracewell, the Assistant Supervisor, being promoted to Supervisor.
E. H. BRIDGMAN,
Deputy Minister. Victoria, B.C., October 20th, 1942.
E. H. Bridgman, Esq.,
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Sir,—The report of the Department for the year ended December 31st, 1941, is
attached hereto.
The following schedules have been added:—
Schedule XX.—Domiciliation of Debenture Debt as at December 31st, 194L
Schedule XXI.—Total Unmatured Debenture Debt with Rates of Interest as
at December 31st, 1941.
Schedule XXII.—Annual Interest on Total Unmatured Debenture Debt as at
December 31st, 1941.
These schedules have been included in order to supply information desired by the
Dominion Statistician.
The note on Schedule VII. for the year 1941 remains unchanged: " Some municipalities have written up to par the value of their own debentures, purchased for the
sinking funds, while other municipalities carry corresponding purchases at cost. This
makes it impossible to compare the condition of the funds accurately. Showing, at the
end of the year, the difference between par and cost of the above-referred-to purchases
creates an excess in the sinking fund account. This difference should be spread over
the unexpired term of the purchased debenture. Sinking fund computations are not
always reflected with exactness. In many cases the requirements are calculated only
up to the time of the last tax levy, several months before the end of the year, and
allowance is not always made for the accrued interest."
The schedules on assessments have been changed to include figures showing
assessed valuations for extra-municipal areas for school purposes.
The schedule on tax sale property has been changed to show in detail amounts
relating to properties acquired subject to redemption and properties acquired not
subject to redemption.
Figures in respect of the City of Kaslo have been taken from a report received
from Messrs. Crehan, Meredith & Company, as the result of an examination of the
affairs of that city for the years 1939, 1940, and 1941, and are subject to the reservations contained in such report.
Figures for the City of Vancouver when comparable have been shown separately,
the required information either having been supplied by the Comptroller on request or
taken from the 1941 annual report and sources noted.
B. C. BRACEWELL,
Supervisor of Municipalities.  TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
I. Condensed Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at December 31st, 1941— 11
LA.—Cities 1  11
I.B.—Districts  13
I.C.—Villages -  15
II. Assessment in Detail for the Year 1941 : ^  17
II.A.—Cities -  19
II.AL—Cities  19
U.B.—Districts -  21
II.B1.—Districts ,  21
II.C—Villages -  23
III. Tax Rate Levy, 1941—
III.A.—Cities  25
. III.A1.—Cities  26
III.B.—Districts  27
III.BL—Districts  28
III.C—Villages 1  29
IV. Debenture and Sundry Debt, exclusive of Shortage in Sinking Funds, as at
December 31st, 1941  31
IV.A.—Cities  31
IV.B.—Districts '. 1  33
IV.C—Villages ,  35
V. Statement of Unused Borrowing-power as at December 31st, 1941  36
V.A.—Cities :  37
V.B.—Districts  38
VI. Statement of Maturities of Debenture Debt as at December 31st, 1941,
after Corresponding Debentures held in Sinking Fund for Investment have been deducted  39
VI.A.—Cities  39
VLB.—Districts , L , 41
VII. Sinking Funds as at December 31st, 1941 .  43
VILA.—Cities 1_ 43
VII.B.—Districts ., ■_  44
VIII.  Sinking Fund Requirements, Levy, Collections, and Disposal for the Year
1941  45
VIII.A.—Cities  45
VIII.A1.—Sinking Fund levied—Cities :  46
VIII.B.—Districts    47
VIII.B1.—Sinking Fund levied—Districts .'     48
IX. Unpaid Taxes—Comparative Statement of Unpaid Taxes as at December
31st, 1932 to 1941, both inclusive  49
IX.A.—Cities :  50
IX.B.—Districts .  51
IX.C— Villages  .  52
X. Tax Levy, Collections, and Percentages for the Year 1941  53
X.A.—Cities  54
X.B.—Districts 1  55
X.C.—Villages  56
XI. Cash in Bank and on Hand, as at December 31st, 1941 -  57
XI.A.—Cities -    57
XI.B.—Districts  58
XI.C—Villages  JL  58 U 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Page.
XII. Receipts, 194J    1  59
XII.A.—Cities  59
XII.B.—Districts ^ ;  61
XII.C—Villages  61
XIII. Disbursements, 1941  63
XIII.A.—Cities  63
XIII.B.—Districts  65
XIII.C— Villages  67
XIV. Public Utilities, 1941  69
XIV.A.—Electric Light—Cities, Districts, and Villages _J  70
XIV.B.—Waterworks—Cities ..  71
XIV.C.—Waterworks—Districts and Villages .  72
XIV.D.—Other  73
XV.A. Tax Sale Lands, Subject to Redemption, as at December 31st, 1941  74
XV.AL—Cities ,  74
XV.A2.—Districts 1  75
XV.C—Villages   77
XV.B. Tax Sale Lands, not Subject to Redemption, as at December 31st, 1941  76
XV.BL—Cities  76
XV.B2.—Districts  77
XV.C—Villages  ' 77
XVI. Percentage Relationship of the Assessed Value of Lands and Improvements
acquired through Tax Sales to 1941 Assessment  79
XVI.A.—Cities   79
XVI.B.—Districts   81
XVI.C—Villages  83   -
XVII. Certificates of Approval issued on Money By-laws during 1941 ^_, 85
XVIII. British Columbia Municipalities—Incorporated Name, Date of Incorporation, Officials—
XVIII.A.—Cities  . __. 86
XVIII.B.—Districts :  87
XVIII. C—Villages  88
XIX. Area and Population   ....    89
XIX.A.—Cities   89
XIX.B.—Districts  90
XIX.C—Villages ,.  90
XX. Domiciliation of Debenture Debt, as at December 31st, 1941  91
XXI. Total Unmatured Debenture Debt with Rates of Interest as at December
31st, 1941 ...  92
XXI.A.—Debentures issued, sold, and outstanding  92
XXI.B.—Debentures issued and unsold  .93
XXI.C.—Debentures unissued '.  93
XXII. Annual Interest on Total Unmatured Debenture Debt as at December 31st,
1941 .  94
XXII.A.—Annual Interest on Debentures issued, sold, and outstanding 94
XXII.B.—Annual Interest on Debentures issued and unsold  95
XXII.C.—Annual Interest on Debentures unissued    95
" The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938."
XXIII. Debentures issued in Favour of the Dominion as at December 31st, 1941  98 -CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
U 11
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for Required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1941 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets,
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
Cities—LA	
$29,792,765
14,664,154
219,561
$7,482,535
4,472,729
2,589
$5,564,714
4,083,651
2,624
$761,836
529,189
15,851
$1,334,393
919,811
17,693
$828,575
472,847
4,123
$1,845,364
821,927
2,341
$47,610,182
25,964,308
264,782
$31,989,266
11,980,701
30,207
$399,0.2,3
222,999
$618,161
313,327
$595,085
129,989
$1,442,099
1,100,515
5,173
$1,551,527
2,429,354
1,000
$674,629
155,727
284
$37,269,790
16,332,612
36,664
$12,815,750
10,573,561
228,118
$2,475,358
941,865
Villages—I.C	
Totals-.	
$44,676,480
51,030,363
$11,957,853
18,012,595
$9,650,989
5,175,476
$1,306,876
835,320
$2,271,897
2,255,014
$1,305,545
515,675
$2,669,632
7,626,643
$73,839,272
85,451,086
$44,000,174
69,022,334
$622,022
107,000
$931,488
$725,074
3,930,073
$2,547,787
929,558
$3,981,881
747,031
$830,640
1,904,735
$53,639,066
76,640,731
$23,617,429
8,810,355
$3,417,223
$95,706,843
$29,970,448
$14,826,465
$2,142,196
$4,526,911
$1,821,220
$10,296,275
$159,290,358
$113,022,508
$729,022
$931,488
$4,655,147
$3,477,345
$4,728,912
$2,735,375
$130,279,797
$32,427,784
$3,417,223
LA.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND  LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for Required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1941 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets,
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other-
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
1
$90,581
119,528
214,678
203,052
362,524
3,814
81,655
90,052
239,020
206,892
29,689
713,763
104,711
420,733
111,300
8,488
936,142
1,149,151
4,106,457
400,075
240,814
298,528
224,660
208,58.2
2,064,619
475,004
249,616
118,600
10,116
275,624
625,143
15,409,154
$15,581
41,120
185,552
120,522
239,573
$26,347
11,558
12,088
1,515
14,494
$1,542
3,209
39,050
12,232
12,423
6,026
3,693
3,464
8,027
3,288
1,233
5,760
16,026
50,205
1,800*
3,780
19,020
4,983*
129,056*
29,830.
32,491
11,664
806
10,929
80,968
4,164
6,036
2,050
1,536
1,147
27,528
499,548
$7,694
5,004
15,873
6,798
13,487
4,773
2,897
4,914
14,745
7,995
3,663
35,523
4,328
11,369
5,721
10,925
25,525
24,522
189,191
73,546
14,401
11,098
10,295
12,924
418,971
21,057
31,516
9,760
2,482
47,997
19,746
265,653
$7,069
1,621
254
2,123
8,868
3,906
1,178
1,509
5,383
4,626
1,525
21,164
6,141
20,792
5,649
3,193
55,543
59,531
121,735
66,783
16,886
11,574
5,424
22,449
65,876
21,601
5,639
2,630
848
2,621
20,093
254,341
$564
4,393
6,217
13,298
5,777
189
1,828
6,035
5,500
200
$149,378
186,433
473,712
359,540
657,146
18,708
119,077
121,076
361,036
324,551
77,695
1,180,344
154,340
845,987
138,920
236,362
1,483,053
2,060,360
7,750,838
3,096,611
501,628
645,972
547,409
623,893
3,679,033
794,109
313,979
238,451
26,471
882,321
909,997
18,651,752
$41,587
73,461
328,050
191,100
350,700
$12,600
$4,185
978
6,846
6,010
14,993
771
2,152
672
1,813.
452
197
10,882
15,086
1,313
9,533
3,228
12,952
6,198
116,651
1,039,523
13,471
5,646
4,169
11,222
35,966
2,346
9,149
2,176
1,216
17,690
2,308
82,305
$2,134
$462
3,342
1,018
4,107
136,941-
$60,968
83,781
341,072
219,302
533,222
6,121
64,684
26,877
113,884
92,392
94,386
494,771
72,873
514,836
27,542
243,969
1,249,065
1,331,673
6,997,620
5,274,366
333,251
579,543
302,943
164,873
2,395,855
462,346
202,555
182,313
1,216
1,155,626
349,246
13,296,619
$88,410
102,652
132,640
140,238
123,924
12,587
54,393
94,199
247,152
232,159
685,573
81,467
331,151
111,378
1
9
Armstrong  - 	
$2,250
$6,000
?
3
Chilliwack	
1,908
1,000'
18,085
27,388
3
A
\
5
3,200
5,350
f>
fi
Cumberland	
6
7
27,768
58
,     15,102
88,361
61,882
41,585
40,748
13,783
28,820
15,230
82,798
.      49,592
27,764
509,097
1,176,485
61,349
255,023
221,054
290,714
436,204
62,365
3,648
8,177
11,489
4,079
98,734
1,894,571
59,591
24,960
1,000
1,941
344
4,711
492
37,117
3,388
87
849
647
575
7
8
901
g
q
5,000
906
102,360
645
9
10
11
12
10
Grand Forks	
39,668
89,897
$16,691
11
57,072
7,550
19
Kamloops	
280,904
7,102
290,324
82,482
2,249
23,744
2,820
465,973
40,000
507,300
6,978
16,700
1?
1,000
13
14
Kelowna 	
4,300*
1,074
14
1R
17,362
5,166
120,800
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
16
127,178
389,748
629,204
2,003,839
1,106,587
132,644
57,585
84,920
65,300
575,907
178,598
235,000
1,075,413
1,267,181
6,594,166
3,321,090
314,997
233,584
205,030
135,611
1,774,110
421,000
193,128
175,843
1,099,436
345,118
12,425,940
7,607
17
7,483
175,171
949,575
243,305
3,043
500
250
12,995
36,488
31,320
17,524
32,900
7,000
233,988
728,687
753,218
IS
50,569
7,725
69,491
192,650
183
11,988
IP
New Westminster	
86,500
47,200
4,600
82,600
71,812
18,000
59,000
60,000
90
North Vancouver	
595,90.3
2,177,755
?1
168,377
66,429
244,466
459,020
1,283,178
331,763
111,424
56,138
25,255
9?,
Port Coquitlam	
9,000
15,012
236,725
78,732
1,100
434,534
91
Port Moody	
94
Prince George  	
7,100
17,700
9,840
23,000
?5
Prince Rupert	
133,545
?fi
Revelstoke 	
Rossland	
16,000
97
278
9%
97,234
3,000
917
377
9q
30
Trail    	
532,044
118,753
134,880
18,809
29,245
9,255
1,520
51,874
273,305
31
300
36,500
560,751
5,355,133
3?
Victoria	
Totals        -
193,605
300,000
400,000
$29,792,765
$7,482,535
$5,564,714
$761,836
$1,334,393
$828,575
$1,845,364
$47,610,182
$31,989,266
$399,023
$618,161
$595,085
$1,442,099
$1,551,527
$674,629
$37,269,790
$12,815,750
$2,475,358
* Overdraft. I.B.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—DISTRICTS.
U 13
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for Required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1941 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets.
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Districts.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
1. Burnaby    	
$5,584,114
169,725
57,903
285,097
780,509
319,831
$64,668
3,202
26,999
4,313
287,212
209,136
$2,041,405
2,800
1,062
66,566
14,754
139,120
60
338
5,084
26,965
23,517
8,227
14,037
16,526
1,318,844
50,568
14,661
53,959
8,030
51,864
65,856
13,293
2,340
1,014
27,141
38,708
$133,261
1,865
3,490
287
20,489
25,583
4,231
2,258
1,827
4,152*
281
2,857
8,823
14,634
48,525
107,989
3,588
4,628
85
8,266
15,770
2,215
392
187*
39,387
6,517*
2,201
87,113
$237,420
16,554
5,114
25,036
21,755
14,181
12
2,592
4,570
33,992
21,752
27,580
19,673
16,132
122,778
15,598
3,659
21,040
6,750
42,342
44,009
9,466
11,156
45,755
7,153 .
69,682
192
73,868
$179,707
10,610
4,405
4,393
6,420
643
$38,535
52,599
5,267
25,000
11,774
1,673
$8,279,110
257,355
104,240
410,692
1,142,913
710,167
4,303
15,394
52,003
152,054
457,345
94,738
166,270
120,182
3,100,863
1,371,476
67,563
1,515,182
41,249
2,182,902
1,418,175.
80,438
92,129
226,097
739,733
535,352
98,434
2,527,949
$2,793,336
72,750
28,000
96,582
672,918
445,500
$600
$150,000
$51,068*
207
412
1,272
17,616
4,925
$1,162,754
$91,802
8,800
131
$4,249,560
87,996
28,543
136,682
701,188
460,778
72
7,637
2,003
58,717
114,568
33,334
17,022
35,310
4,042,728
640,763
14,388
955,613
6,622
1,383,252
967,777
10,807
41,994
16,081
391,981
178,700
98,360
1,650,136
$4,029,550
169,359
75,697
274,010
441,725
249,389
4,231
7,757
50,000
93,337
342,777
61,404
149,248
84,872
730,713
53,175
559,569
34,627
799,650
450,398
69,631
50,135
210,016
347,752
356,652
74
877,813""
1
2. Chilliwhack	
$6,239
2
3. Coldstream       	
3
4. Coquitlam	
6,328
9,635
7,429
32,500
4
5. Delta	
1,019
1,924
5
6. Esquimalt	
1,000
72
6
7. Fraser Mills  	
7
8. Glenmore	
9,465
38,775
88,686
378,331
54,811
121,683
68,450
710
31
1,747
6,563
4,073
1,263
2,054
1,089
35,278
22,261
3,654
35,563
924
40,696
49,325
1,172
1,506
3,894
20,266
3,288
10
32,012
7,000
577
2,003
12,187
1,127
8,749
250
3,066
884,816
16,560
403
16,048
4,267
14,667
17,844
165
4,056
12,376
545
3,318
1,577
20,414
60
498
3,219
8
9. Kent     	
9
10. Langley	
2,242
110,222
4,100
14,690
25,000
10
11. Maple Ridge	
28,234
1,157
11
12. Matsqui     . „'	
14,585
9,000
1,000
W
13. Mission '.	
15,000
25,970
1,965,941
594,965
11,830
934,585
1,772
472
5,045
11,474
39
3,155
13
14. North Cowichan	
3,351
1,071,030
289,502
2,367
579,197
5,802
939,675
11,264
14
15. North Vancouver .	
504,408
15,025
585
1,636
198,000
6,500
170
1,800
49,251
$941,865
15
16. Oak Bay	
870,533
39,049
819,159
25,460
1,527,407
694,532
47,766
36,681
174,889
500,669
428,055
94,025
1,448,549
16
17. Peachland	
1,946
17
18. Penticton 	
25
605
187,454
64,500
18
19. Pitt Meadows	
1,750
19
20. Richmond	
440,615
528,163
6,526
37,307
71,712
20,520
1,179,900
829,643
8,400
35,000
1,231
11,276
604
1,938
9,0
21. Saanich  	
3,500
16,014
1,638
25,000
?A
22. Salmon Arm  	
?,?,
23. Spallumcheen	
2,747
732
5,190
1,188
2,006
60,173
1,000
23
24. Sumas      .. ....
705
3,000
?A
25. Summerland .._. 	
139,927
948
389,003
110,228
96,031
1,555,655
1,000
1,433
4,273
?,n
26. Surrey	
33,381
27,500
ft 6
27. Tadanac	
752
52,451
?,7
28. West Vancouver	
749,322
76,912
8,329
7,725
5,562
28
Totals ;	
$14,664,154
$4,472,729
$4,083,651
$529,189
$919,811
$472,847
$821,927
$25,964,308
$11,980,701
$222,999
$313,327
$129,989
$1,100,515
$2,429,354
$155,727
$16,332,612
$10,573,561
$941,865
* Overdraft. I.C.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—VILLAGES.
U 15
Assets.
Liabilities.
Capital Assets
(less Reserve
for Required
Sinking Funds
in Lieu of
Depreciation
and other
Reserves for
Depreciation,
if any).
Sinking
Funds
(Investments
and Cash
in Bank).
Tax Sale
Properties at
Upset Price
(registered or
Available for
Registration).
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1941 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable .
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Demand Loans.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets.
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabilities.
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Villages.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
1. Abbotsford	
$16,011
3,145
269
59,199
5,628
7,915
20,392
3,397
33,822
598
1,850
6,053
1,446
16,360
11,768
23,117
500
2,225
6,366
$606
$111
299
213
2,058
230
1,827
1,527
483
1,270
127
1,154
1,261
1,430
17
1,455
215*
1,043
807
754
$397
363
425
3,083
249
36
515
134
2,943
327
569
2,129
297
2,207
2,040
733
57
556
633
$215
$17,340
3,907
2,132
67,841
6,512
10,055
23,490
4,546
38,303
- 1,052
3,073
9,535
> 3,173
19,786
15,990
23,811
1,600
3,588
9,048
$683
6
1,174
1,637
$683
6
1,174
31,999
$16,657
3,901
958
35,842
6,512
10,037
23,350
4,546
37,162
995
3,073
9,535
3,173
18,706
15,990
23,450
1,595
3,588
9,048
1
2. Burns Lake	
$100
9
3. Chapman Camp	
1,225
878
5
195
19
232
50
S
4. Creston	
$2,589
34
400
82
4
300
$30,207
$155
4
5. Dawson Creek	
'.  •
5
6. Gibsons Landing	
18
11
18
140
6
7. Hope •	
1,033
129
7
8. McBride _•_	
8
9. Mission	
218
141
57
$1,000
1,141
57
q
10. New Denver	
10
11. Pouce Coupe	
72
11
12. Quesnel	
20
1?
13. Silverton  	
13
14. Smithers...	
1,128
74
32
1,080
1,080
14
15. Stewart 	
695
15
16. Terrace    „
176
361
5
361
5
16
17. Tofino ■	
17
18. Vanderhoof	
18
19. Williams Lake	
1,295
19
Totals	
$219,561
$2,589
$2,624
$15,851
$17,693    .
$4,123
$2,341
$264,782
$30,207
$5,173
$1,000
$284
$36,664
$228,118
! Overdraft. II.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL FOR THE YEAR 1941.
U 17
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Cities    II A                              -
$70,899,728
68,548,734
1,999,863
$23,952,711
16,896,649
385,296
$46,947,017
51,652,085
1,614,567
$119,637,366
136,402,580
5,125,471
$31,103,300
31,658,032
989,177
$88,534,066
104,744,548
4,136,294
$46,947,017
51,652,085
1,614,567
$88,534,066
104,744,548
4,136,294
$135,481,083
156,396,633
5,750,861
$66,400,548
78,558,411
2,068,147
$46,947,017
51,652,085
1,614,567
$66,400,548
78,558,411
2,068,147
$113,347,565
130,210,496
3,682,714
$46,947,017
51,652,085
1,614,567
$36,359,168
38,396,529
2,028,358
$83,306,185
90,048,614
Districts—II. B                   -	
Villages—II C                   — 	
3,642,925
Totals
$141,448,325
149,209,850
$41,234,656
35,749,880
$100,213,669
113,459,970
$261,165,417
221,071,710
$63,750,509
32,733,060
$197,414,908
188,338,650
$100,213,669
113,459,970
$197,414,908
188,338,650
$297,628,577
301,798,620
$147,027,106
94,169,325
$100,213,669
113,459,970
$147,027,106
94,169,325
$247,240,775
207,629,295
$100,213,669
113,459,970
$76,784,055
94,169,325
$176,997,724
207,629,295
$290,658,175
$76,984,536
$213,673,639
$482,237,127
$96,483,569
$385,753,558
$213,673,639
$385,753,558
$599,427,197
$241,196,431
$213,673,639
$241,196,431
$454,870,070
$213,673,639
$170,953,380
$384,627,019
Cities—
II.A                             	
$70,899,728
3,379,604
$23,952,711
292,330
$46,947,017
3,087,274
$119,637,366
3,774,010
$31,103,300
416,755
$88,534,066
3,357,255
$46,947,017
3,087,274
$88,534,066
3,357,255
$135,481,083
6,444,529
$66,400,548
2,517,941
•
$46,947,017
3,087,274
$66,400,548
2,517,941
$113,347,565
5,605,215
$46,947,017
3,087,274
$36,359,168
1,623,456
$83,306,185
4,710,730
II.A1                           	
Total Cities         -	
$74,279,332
68,548,734
576,033
$24,245,041
16,896,649
43,145
$50,034,291
51,652,085
532,888
$123,411,376
136,402,580
1,055,860
$31,520,055
31,658,032
177,370
$91,891,321
104,744,548
878,490
$50,034,291
51,652,085
532,888
$91,891,321
104,744,548
878,490
$141,925,612
156,396,633
1,411,378
$68,918,489
78,558,411
658,867
$50,034,291
51,652,085
532,888
$68,918,489
78,558,411
658,867
$118,952,780
130,210,496
1,191,755
$50,034,291
51,652,085
532,888
$37,982,624
38,396,529
419,424
$88,016,915
90,048,614
Districts—
II.B         	
ILB1      --                   -	
952,312
Total Districts      	
$69,124,767
1,999,863
$16,939,794
385,296
$52,184,973
1,614,567
$137,458,440
5,125,471
$31,835,402
989,177
$105,623,038
4,136,294
$52,184,973
1,614,567
$105,623,038
4,136,294
$157,808,011
5,750,861
$79,217,278
2,068,147
$52,184,973
1,614,567
$79,217,278
2,068,147
$131,402,251
3,682,714 .
$52,184,973
1,614,567
$38,815,953
2,028,358
$91,000,926
3,642,925
Villages—II.C                    	
Totals                   - 	
$145,403,962
149,209,850
$41,570,131
35,749,880
$103,833,831
113,459,970
$265,995,287
221,071,710
$64,344,634
32,733,060
$201,650,653
188,338,650
$103,833,831
113,459,970
$201,650,653
188,338,650
$305,484,484
301,798,620
$150,203,914
94,169,325
$103,833,831
113,459,970
$150,203,914
94,169,325
$254,037,745
207,629,295
$103,833,831
113,459,970
$78,826,935
94,169,325
$182,660,766
207,629,295
Grand totals -  	
$294,613,812
$77,320,011
$217,293,801
$487,066,997
$97,077,694
$389,989,303 "
$217,293,801
$389,989,303
$607,283,104
$244,373,239
$217,293,801
$244,373,239
$461,667,040
$217,293,801
$172,996,260
$390,290,061 H.A.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1941—CITIES.
U 19
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
Tax Rate.
Cities.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent,
of Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
1. Alberni          ...
$386,178
386,648
822,955
401,736
623,288
137,472
489,416
321,298
504,481
569,555
199,037
2,050,493
218,955
1,576,817
323,230
745,259
2,036,1$8
1,892,414
12,330,798
6,133,872
1,043,721
1,369,564
999,663
1,851,787
3,555,700
913,020
486,732
349,789
80,820
1,634,750
1,548,369
24,915,773
$136,410
64,950
94,000
44,585
80,920
16,350
34,950
118,010
246,456
303,780
150,585
301,570
57,861
324,245
83,250
519,863
269,210
235,960
4,323,508
3,952,600
301,098
775,361
471,428
1,235,863
1,968,475
290,075
69,520
68,017
49,845
127,270
311,000
6,925,696
$249,768
321,698
728,955
357,151
542,363
121,122
454,466
203,283
258,025
265,775
48,452
1,748,923
161,094
1,252,572
239,980
225,396
1,766,978
1,656,454
8,007,290
2,181,272
742,623
594,203
528,235
615,924
1,587,225
622,945
417,212
281,752
30,975
1,507,460
1,237,369
17,990,077
$602,425
640,905
2,029,200
1,125,460
1,695,970
313,330
1,450,005
352,915
1,552,022
708,550
194,345
4,959,980
372,210
4,744,680
388,650
591',287
4,399,300
5,454,795
18,440,597
4,303,400
2,773,360
715,025
553,055
1,470,255
5,801,435
1,929,310
2,061,600
723,880
76,770
5,758,440
3,477,260
39,996,950
"$76,950
217,500
316,800
134,360
332,350
88,800
224,200
131,290
684,309
194,170
100,409
839,620
149,540
653,325
63,600
120,100
497,790
1,064,125
5,121,642
636,175
445,800
68,650
39,000
124,330
2,492,550
505,500
311,350
157,825
13,450
750,000
797,650
13,750,140
$525,475
423,405
1,712,400
991,100
1,363,620
224,530
1,225,805
221,625
867,713
514,380
93,936
4,120,360
222,670
4,091,355
305,050
471,187
3,901,510
4,390,670
13,318,955
3,667,225
2,327,560
646,375
514,055
1,345,925
3,308,885
1,423,810
1,750,250
566,055
63,320
5,008,440
2,679,610
26,246,810
$249,768
321,698
728,955
357,151
542,363
121,122
454,466
203,283
258,025
265,775
48,452
1,748,923
161,094
1,252,572
239,980
225,396
1,766,978
1,656,454
8,007,290
2,181,272
742,623
594,203
528,235
615,924
1,587,225
622,945
417,212
281,752
30,975
1,507,460
1,237,369
17,990,077
$525,475
423,405
1,712,400
991,100
1,363,620
224,530
1,225,805
221,625
867,713
514,380
93,936
4,120,360
222,670
4,091,355
305,050
471,187
3,901,510
4,390,670
13,318,955
3,667,225
2,327,560
646,375
514,055
1,345,925
3,308,885
1,423,810
1,750,250
566,055
63,320
5,008,440
2,679,610
26,246,810
$775,243
' 745,103
2,441,355
1,348,251
1,905,983
345,652
1,680,271
424,908
1,125,738
780,155
142,388
5,869,283
383,764
5,343,927
545,030
696,583
5,668,488
6,047,124
21,326,245
5,848,497
3,070,183
1,240,578
1,042,290
1,961,849
4,896,110
2,046,755
2,167,462
847,807
94,295
6,515,900
3,916,979
44,236,887
$394,106
317,554
1,284,300
743,325
1,022,715
168,397
919,354
166,219
650,785
385,785
70,452
3,090,270
167,002
3,068,516
228,788
353,390
2,926,132
3,293,003
9,989,216
2,750,419
1,745,670
484,781
385,541
1,009,444
2,481,663
1,067,858
1,312,687
424,541
47,490
3,756,330
2,009,707
19,685,108
$249,768
321,698
728,955
357,151
542,363
121,122
454,466
203,283
258,025
265,775
48,452
1,748,923
161,094
1,252,572
239,980
225,396
1,766,978
1,656,454
8,007,290
2,181,272
742,623
594,203
528,235
615,924
1,587,225
622,945
417,212
281,752
30,975
1,507,460
1,237,369
17,990,077
$394,106
317,554
1,284,300
743,325
1,022,715
168,397
919,354
166,219
650,785
385,785
70,452
3,090,270
167,002
3,068,516
228,788
353,390
2,926,132
3,293,00:3
9,989,216
2,750,419
1,745,670
484,781
385,541
1,009,444
2,481,663
1,067,858
1,312,687
424,541
47,490
3,756,330
2,009,707
19,685,108
$643,874
639,252
2,013,255
1,100,476
1,565,078
289,519
1,373,820
369,502
908,810
651,560
118,904
4,839,193
328,096
4,321,088
468,768
578,786
4,693,110
4,949,457
17,996,506
4,931,691
2,488,293
1,078,984
913,776
1,625,368
4,068,888
1,690,803
1,729,899
706,293
78,465
5,263,790
3,247,076
37,675,185
$249,768
321,698
728,955
357,151
542,363
121,122
454,466
203,283
258,025
265,775
48,452
1,748,923
161,094
1,252,572
239,980
225,396
1,766,978
1,656,454
8,007,290
2,181,272
742,623
594,203
528,235
615,924
1,587,225
622,945
417,212
281,752
30,975
1,507,460
1,237,369
17,990,077
$262,737
211,702
513,720
495,550
681,810
112,265
367,741
110,812
477,249
257,190
31,312
2,060,180
111,335
1,363,785
152,525
94,237
390,151
2,195,335
Nil
1,833,613
581,890
161,594
128,510
Nil
1,158,109
711,905
700,100
283,027
6,332
2,504,220
1,339,805
17,060,427
50
50
30
50
50
50
30
50
55
50
33%
50
50
33 ys
50
20
10
50
Nil
50
25
25
25
Nil
35
50
40
50
10
50
50
65
■
$512,505
533,400
1,242,675
852,701
1,224,173
233,387
822,207
314,095
735,274
522,965
79,764
3,809,103
272,429
2,616,357
392,505
319,633
'2,157,129
3,851,789
8,007,290
4,014,885
1,324,513
755,797
656,745
615,924
2,745,334
1,334,850
1,117,312
564,779
37,307
4,011,680
2,577,174
35,050,504
Mills.
50.0 (30)
40.0
55.0
31.0
39.0
40.0
39.0
38.0
50.0
40.0
64.0
39.0
40.0
44.0
39.0
60.0
60.0
32.62 (26.18)
70.0
52.0
55.0
55.0
40.0
65.0
47.5
42.0
60.0
43.0
34.0
40.0
48.0
38.0
1
2. Armstrong  	
2
3. Chilliwack  	
3
4. Courtenay     	
4
5. Cranbrook  	
6. Cumberland 	
7. Duncan  	
5
6
7
8. Enderby. 	
9. Fernie      .    ..    .
8
9
10. Grand Forks	
10
11. Greenwood	
11
12. Kamloops
12
13. Kaslo                    .	
13
14. Kelowna	
15. Ladysmith  	
14
15
16. Merritt    	
16
17. Nanaimo 	
17
18. Nelson  	
18
19. New Westminster	
19
20
21. Port Alberni     „ „      	
21
22. Port Coquitlam
22
23. Port Moody       	
23
24. Prince George 	
25. Prince Rupert 	
24
25
26. Revelstoke	
27. Rossland	
26
27
28. Salmon Arm                              .
28
29. Slocan   	
30. Trail  	
29
30
31
32. Victoria	
32
Totals	
$70,899,728
$23,952,711
$46,947,017
$119,637,366
$31,103,300
$88,534,066
$46,947,017
$88,534,066
$135,481,083
$66,400,548
$46,947,017
$66,400,548
$113,347,565
$46,947,017
$36,359,168
j     $83,306,185
1
"
Bracketed figures represent tax on improvements.
II.A1.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE ON OUTSIDE  AREAS FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES FOR THE YEAR 1941—CITIES.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
Tax Rate.
Cities.
Land.
■
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent,
of Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
$230,515
206,566
194,050
106,311
215,978
358,305
142,624
69,415
119,830
100,583
109,633
6,000
289,473
97,621
167,9.05
48,080
138,090
778,6525
$230,515
206,566
192,850
105,771
140,088
271,115
135,954
55,840
114,780
98,083
109,633
6,000
270,653
97,621
112,930
31,215
133,035
774,625
$161,858
402,575
267,013
50,750
221,985
285,400
.164,830
28,130
199,845
140,850
17,944
20,000
409,520
$161,858
402,575
267,013
50,750
191,285
203,450
129,830
27,630
199,845
128,850
3,589
20,000
406,870
$230,515
206,566
192,850
105,771
140,088
271,115
135,954
55,840
114,780
98,083
109,633
6,000
270,653
97,621
112,930
31,215
133,035
774,625
$161,858
402,575
267,013
50,750
191,285
203,450
129,830
27,630
199,845
128,850
3,589
20,000
406,870
	
$392,373
609,141
459,863
156,521
331,373
474,565
265,784
83,470
314,625
226,933
113,222
26,000
677,523
97,*621
216,600
87,180
728,700
1,183,035
$121,393
301,931
200,259
38,063
143,464
152,588
97,373
20,722
149,884
96,638
2,692
15,000
305,153
77,752
41,973
446,749
306,307
$230,515
206,566
192,850
105,771
140,088
271,115
135,954
55,840
114,780
98,083
109,633
6,000
270,653
97,621
112,930
31,215
133,035
774,625
$121,393
301,931
200,259
38,063
143,464
152,588
97,373
20,722
149,884
96,638
2,692
15,000
305,153
$351,908
508,497
393,109
.143,834
283,552
423,703
233,327
76,562
264,664
194,721
112,325
21,000
575,806
97,621
190,682
73,188
579,784
1,080,932
$230,515
206,566
192,850
105,771
140,088
271,115
135,954
55,840
114,780
98,083
109,633
6,000
270,653
97,621
112,930
31,215
133,035
774,625
$80,929
201,287
133,506
25,375
105,244
101,725
64,915
13,815
66,615
64,425
717
2,000
203,435
Nil
51,835
5,596
297,832
204,205
50
50
50
50
55
50
50
50
33.33
50
20
10
50
Nil
50
10
50
50
$311,444
407,853
326,356
131,146
245,332
372,840
200,869
69,655
181,395
162,508
110,350
, 8,000
474,088
97,621
164,765
36,811
430,867
978,830
Mills.
14.0
22.5
18.0
9.84
18.0
18.5
16.009
12.0
16.7
19.0
17.0
21.16
21.2
30.*0
17.0
14.0
18.0
16.7
1
$1,200
v      540
75,890
87,190
6,670
13,575
5,050
2,500
9
3
4. Enderby  —
1
$30,700
81,950
35,000
500
5
6. Grand Forks                    ..   	
6
8. Kaslo    .                               . - 	
8
0
10. Ladysmith .,	
12,000
14,355
10
11
12
13. Nelson   	
18,820
2,650
13
Id
54,975
16,865
5,055
4,000
331,870
56,465
606,565
408,410
228,200
500
10,900
. 103,670
55,965
595,665
408,410
103,670
55,965
595,665
408,410
77,752
41,973
446,749
306,307
15
16. Slocan                     	
16
17. Trail                                         	
17
18. Vernon      .         	
18
Totals	
$3,379,6504
$292,330
$3,087,274
$3,774,010
$416,755
$3,357,255
$3,087,274
$3,357,255
$6,444,529
$2,517,941
$3,087,274
$2,517,941
$5,605,215
$3,087,274
$1,623,456
$4,710,730 H.B.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX  RATE FOR THE YEAR 1941—DISTRICTS.
U 21
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Valuation of
Land
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Land. Improvements.; Total.
Limit of
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent,
of Improvements
actually
taxed.
Tax Rate.
Total.
Burnaby..
Chilliwhack ...
Coldstream ....
Coquitlam	
Delta	
Esquimalt ...
Fraser Mills _.
8. Glenmore	
9. Kent	
10. Langley 	
11. Maple Ridge.
12. Matsqui	
13. Mission	
14. North Cowichan ....
15. North Vancouver..
16. Oak Bay	
17. Peachland	
18. Penticton	
19. Pitt Meadows	
20. Richmond 	
21. Saanich	
22. Salmon Arm	
23. Spallumcheen	
24. Sumas	
25. Summerland	
26. Surrey	
27. Tadanac 	
28. West Vancouver...
Totals..
$13,299,
3,412,
621,
1,545,
3,539,
2,103,
142,
148,
805,
2,359,
1.612,
1,327,
773,
1,227,
6,130,
3.428,
250,
2,061,
691,
4,946,
4,059,
826,
1,556,
872,
1,083,
5,409,
193
4,119
290     |
023     |
,552     |
152     |
508    j
895    |
730     |
630     |
.215     j
399     |
794     j
790     j
,434    j
,880     j
,711     j
,560     |
,335     |
,370
,380
,662
,369
,692
,740
,020
,932
,206
.136
,329
$7,066,
33,
13,
603,
108,
1,037,
1,
1,
7,
102,
83,
101,
78,
92,
4,371,
215,
82,
254,
106,
414,
529,
80,
5,
12,
71,
545,
340
970
620
691
559
190
254
290
,718
390
325
136
,117
,320
,111
,100
,148
,140
,190
,508
,950
,185
,305
,808
,213
,841
877,230
$6,232,950
3,378,053
607,932
941,461
3,430,949
1,066,705
141,476
147,340
797,497
2,257,009
1,529,469
1,226,654
695,317
1,135,560
1,759,600
3,213,460
168,187
1,807,230
585,190
4,532,154
3,529,419
746,507
1,551,435
859,212
1,012,719
4,863,365
193,136
3,242,099
$68,548,734
$16,896,649
$51,652,085
$13,990,
2,657,
311,
7,412,
2.1.17,
10,512,
639,
282,
615,
2,935,
2,606,
2,635,
5,786,
2,719,
2,888,
9,822,
172,
4,465,
456,
4,450,
11,271,
958:
460,
653
1,875
4,896,
32,530;
6,277
120
260
,560
000
630
270
,878
,580
315
,885
,987
,765
,418
,245
,690
,880
,710
,395
,060
,132
,417
,930
,005
,410
,274
,994
,590
,180
$2,380,590
155,000
500
6,121,900
170,020
8,662,250
35,550
34,400
87,820
119,467
132,191
71,004
85,020
387,535
288,300
21,700
462,100
34,300
377,464
1,241,977
31,070
3,050
18,250
107,450
363,589
10,000,000
265,535
$11,609,530
2,502,260
311,060
1,290,100
1,947,610
1,850,020
639,878
247,030
580,915
2,848,065
2,487,520
2,503,574
5,715,414
2,634,225
2,501,155
9,534,580
151,010
4,003,295
421,760
4,072,668
10,029,440
927,860
456,955
635,160
1,767,824
4,533,405
22,530,590
6,011,645
$6,232,950
3,378,053
607,932
941,461
3,430,949
1,066,705
141,476
147,340
797,497
2,257,009
1,529,469
1,226,654
695,317
1,135,560
1,759,600
3,213,460
168,187
1,807,230
585,190
4,532,154
3,529,419
746,507
1,551,435
859,212
1,012,719
4,863,365
193,136
3,242,099
$11,609,530
2,502,260
311,060
a,290,100
1,947,610
1,850,020
639,878
247,030
580,915
2,848,065
2,487,520
2,503,574
5,715,414
2,634,225
2,501,155
9,534,580
151,010
4,003,295
421,760
4,072,668
10,029,440
927,860
456,955
635,160
1,767,824
4,533,405
22,530,590
6,011,645
$17,842,480
5,880,313
918,992
2,231,561
5,378,559
2,916,725
781,354
394,370
1,378,412
5,105,074
4,016,989
3,730,228
6,410,731
3,769,785
4,260,755
12,748,040
319,197
5,810,525
1,006,950
8,604,822
13,558,859
1,674,367
2,008,390
1,494,372
2,780,543
9,396,770
22,723,726
9,253,744
$136,402,580 | $31,658,032  | $104,744,548
$51,652,085  j $104,744,548  I $156,396,633
$8,707,148
1,876,695
233,295
967,575
1,460,707
1,387,515
479,909
185,273
435,686
2,136,048
1,865,640
1,877,681
4,286,561
1,975,668
1,875,866
7,150,935
113,258
3,002,471
316,320
3,054,501
7,522,080
695,895
342,716
476,370
1,325,868
3,400,054
16,897,942
4,508,734
$78,558,411
$6,232,950
3,378,053
607,932
941,461
3,430,949
1,066,705
141,476
147,340
797,497
2,257,009
1,529,469
1,226,654
695,317
1,135,560
1,759,600
3,213,460
168,187
1,807,230
585,190
4,532,154
3,529,419
746,507
1,551,435
859,212
1,012,719
4,863,365
193,136
3,242,099
$51,652,085
$8,707,148
1,876,695
233,295
967,575
1,460,707
1,387,515
479,909
185,273
435,686
2,136,048
1,865,640
1,877,681
4,286,561
1,975,668
1,875,866
7,150,935
113,258
3,002,471
316,320
3,054,501
7,522,080
695,895
342,716
476,370
1,325,868
3,400,054
16,897,942
4,508,734
$14,940,
5,254,
841,
1,909,
4,891,
2,454,
621,
332,
1,233,
4,393,
3,395,
3,104,
4,981,
3,111,
3,635,
10,364,
281,
4,809,
901,
7,586,
11,051,
1,442,
1,894,
1,335,
2,338,
8,263,
17,091,
7,750,
098
748
227
036
656
220
,385
,613
,183
,057
,109
,335
,878
,228
,466
,395
,445
,701
,510
655
499
402
151
582
587
419
078
$6,232,950
3,378,053
607,932
941,461
3,430,949
1,066,705
141,476
147,340
797,497
2,257,009
1,529,469
1,226,654
695,317
1,135,560
1,759,600
3,213,460
168,187
1,807,230
585,190
4,532,154
3,529,419
746,507
1,551,435
859,212
1,012,719
4,863,365
193,136
3,242,099
$5,804,760
1,000,904
Nil
387,030
973,805
925,010
319,939
123,515
Nil
1,424,032
1,243,760
550,788
3,429,248
1,317,113
1,250,577
4,767,290
37,752
1,000,823
210,880
2,036,334
4,513,248
139,179
Nil
317,580
Nil
2,266,702
3,755,098
601,164
$78,558,411
$130,210,496
$51,652,085
$38,396,529
50
40
Nil
30
50
50
50
50
Nil
50
50
22
60
50
50
50
25
25
50
50
45
15
Nil
50
Nil
50
16%
10
$12,037,
4,378,
607,
1,328,
4,404,
1,991,
461,
270,
797,
3,681,
2,773,
1,777,
4,124
2,452,
3,010,
7,980,
205,
2,808,
796
6,568
8,042
710
957
,932
491
754
,715
,415
,855
,497
,041
,229
,440
,565
,673
,177
,750
,939
,053
,070
,488
,667
1,551,435
1,176,792
1,012,719
7,130,067
3,948,234
3,843,263
$90,048,614
Mills.
49.0
23.0
35.0
46.0
16.25
37.0
12.0
30.0
25.0
(A)
(B)
(O
(D)
(E)
58.0
25.0
26.50
44.0
19.0
22.0
30.0
31.0
23.9
25.0
30.0
32.50
37.0
61.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
! 7
j 8
I  9
I 1°
I 11
j 12
[ 13
I I4
15
16
17
18
19
| 20
I 21
| 22
| 23
| 24
25
26
27
i 28
(A) Rate—Improved lands  .	
Wild lands  ....
Improvements   .	
(B) For school purposes 50% of improvements are taxed.
For general purposes 20% of improvements are taxed.
Rate—Improved lands	
Wild lands   	
Imp rovements   	
Mills.
_ 25.0
. 50.0
. 20.0
29.14
43.14
29.14
(C) Rate—Improved lands
Wild lands 	
Improvements   „.
(D) Rate—Improved lands .
Wild lands 	
Improvements   ...
Mills.
. 34.0
. 50.0
. 34.0
. 26.0
. 40.0
. 26.0
Mills.
(E)   Rate—Improved lands :
North Cowichan School District   22.0
Duncan Consolidated School District  . ,  26.6
Chemainus School District  .    30.0
II.B1.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE ON OUTSIDE  AREAS FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES FOR THE YEAR 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Land.
i Improvements.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
| Improvements.
Values actually taxed.
I    Per Cent.
: of Improve-
Land.           Improvements.!       ments
j      actually
   J  taxed.
Total.
Tax Rate.
Coquitlam	
Kent	
Maple Ridge ....
Mission	
Totals
$10,925
54,363
4,800
505,945
$400
42,745
$10,925
54,363
4,400
463,200
$179,300
900
875,660
$576,033     |
$43,145     j
$532,8
$1,055,!
$177,370
$179,300
900
698,290
$10,925
54,362
4,400
463,200
$179,300
900
698,290
$10,925
233,663
5,300
1,161,490
$177,370
$532,88 8
$878,490
$1,411,378
$134,475
675
523,717
8,867
$10,925
54,363
4,400
463,200
$134,475
675
523,717
$532,8
$658,867
$10,925
188,838
5,075
986,917
$1,191,755
$10,925
54,363
4,400
463,200
$532,888
N
I
$450
418,974
$419,424
Nil
50
60
$10,925
54,363
4,850
882,174
$952,312
Mills.
21.0
13.0
13.14
10.0 II.C—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1941—VILLAGES.
U 23
Villages.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Land for
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Imp ro vemen ts
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Land.
Improvements.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Values actually taxed.
! Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent,
of Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
1. Abbotsford	
2. Burns Lake	
3. Chapman Camp..
4. Creston	
5. Dawson Creek ....
6. Gibsons Landing
7. Hope	
8. McBride	
9. Mission	
10. New Denver	
11. Pouce Coupe	
12. Quesnel	
13. Silverton	
14. Smithers	
15. Stewart	
16. Terrace	
17. Tofino	
18. Vanderhoof	
19. Williams Lake....
Totals	
$123,
34,
24,
209,
24,
42,
142,
51,
488,
39,
13,
152,
17,
215,
202,
75,
20,
36,
,278
,045
,768
,070
450
,132
190
889
,613
194
850
660
675
155
269
090'
672
853
010
$6,388
10,725
75
17,355
1,465
2,060
25,028
11,450
39,255
14,140
2,000
69,020
3,525
96,345
53,296
23,920
1,999
2,700
4,550
$116,890
23,320
24,693
191,715
22,985
40,072
117,162
40,439
449,358
25,054
11,850
83,640
14,150
118,810
148,973
51,170
18,673
34,153
81,460
$308,450
167,685
267,650
638,975
247,453
56,950
142,880
174,035
849,835
100,425
134,216
455,865
73,990
519,390
278,667
129,200
95,870
172,175
311,760
$12,500
73,200
153,800
25,950
600
17,250
27,447
171,905
25,850
43,400
126,900
20,610
121,500
42,970
10,200
14,220
47,800
53,075
$295,950
94,485
267,650
485,175
221,503
56,350
125,630
146,588
677,930
74,575
90,816
328,965
53,380
397,890
235,697
119,000
81,650
124,375
258,685
$116,890
23,320
24,693
191,715
22,985
40,072
117,162
40,439
449,358
25,054
11,850
83,640
14,150
118,810
148,973
51,170
18,673
34,153
81,460
$295,950
94,485
267,650
485,175
221,503
56,350
125,630
146,588
677,930
74,575
90,816
328,965
53,380
397,890
235,697
119,000
81,650
124,375
258,685
$412,840
117,805
292,343
676,890
244,488
96,422
242,792
187,027
1,127,288
99,629
102,666
412,605
67,530
516,700
384,670
170,170
100,323
158,528
340,145
$1,999,863
$385,296
$1,614,567
$5,125,471
$989,177
$4,136,294
$1,614,567
$4,136,294
$5,750,861
$147,975
47,243
133,825
242,588
110,752
28,175
62,815
73,294
338,965
37,287
45,408
164,483
26,690
198,945
117,848
59,500
40,825
62,187
129,342
$116,890
23,320
24,693
191,715
22,985
40,072
117,162
40,439
449,358
25,054
11,850
83,640
14,150
118,810
148,973
51,170
18,673
34,153
81,460
$2,068,147
$1,614,567
$2,068,147
$147,975
$264,865
47,243
70,563
133,825
158,518
242,588
434,303
110,752
133,737
28,175
68,247
62,815
179,977
73,294
113,733
338,965
788,323
37,287
62,341
45,408
57,258
164,483
248,123
26,690
40,840
198,945
317,755
117,848
266,821
59,500
110,670
40,825
59,498
62,187
96,340
129,342
210,802
$116,890
23,320
24,693
191,715
22,985
40,072
117,162
40,439
449,358
25,054
11,850
83,640
14,150
118,810
148,973
51,170
18,673
34,153
81,460
$147,975
47,243
133,825
242,588
110,752
28,175
62,815
73,294
338,965
37,287
45,408
164,483
26,690
159,156
117,848
59,500
40,825
62.187
129,342
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
50
50
$3,682,714
$1,614,567
$2,028,358
$264,865
70,563
158,518
434,303
133,737
68,247
179,977
113,733
788,323
62,341
57,258
248,123
40,840
277,966
266,821
110,670
59,498
96,340
210,802
$3,642,925
Mills.
12.0
10.0
10.0 (20.0)
15.0
15.0
8.0
8.0
15.0
16.0
20.0
15.0
15.0
10.0 (20.0)
14.0
14.0
16.0
10.0
18.0
15.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Bracketed figures represent tax on improvements. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.        U 25
III.A.—TAX RATE LEVY, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
Alberni—
23.00
10.00
16.00
6.75
22.00
26.25
24.73
32.00
1.50
28.00
17.307
25.79
14.78
20.00
7.00
14.87
4.98
4.98
3.00
36.833
14.08
20.886
4.39
19.75
9.00
20.00
20.00
11.50
20.00
11.60
28.40
18.362
18.724
11.00
30.00
14.50
23.50
14.00
22.50
18.00
12.50
9.84
18.00
18.50
32.00
16.009
12.00
16.70
19.00
17.00
21.16
21.20
21.20
30.00
15.167
22.89
14.871
13.11
28.62
19.50
17.00
27.85
18.75
14.00
14.90
16.70
11.188
15.822
16.00
15.50
15.50
17.00
9.75
0.25
3.43
20.00
4.00
5.684
2.21
12.52
"
36.00
23.97
6.44
37.00
18.03
19.243
22.50
16.63
19.00
5.00
12.15
12.75
13.50
2.90
8.450
15.454
50.00    1
30.00
40.00
55.00
31.00
39.00
40.00
39.00
38.00
50.00
40.00
64.00
39.00
40.00
44.00
39.00
60.00
60.00
32.62
26.18
70.00
52.00
55.00
55.00
40.00
65.00
47.50
42.00
60.00
43.00
34.00
40.00
48.00
38.00
50.00
50.00
30.00
40.00
55.00
31.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
38.00
Fernie     	
50.00
40.00
64.00
40.00
Kaslo    	
Kelowna  	
40.00
44.00
39.00
Merritt   	
Nanaimo  	
Nelson—
60.00
60.00
33.33
26.18
70.00
52.00
55.00
55.00
40.00
65.00
47.50
44.00
60.00
43.00
40.00
Trail _ _.
Vernon  	
45.00
48.00
40.00
Vancouver -	
49.635 U 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
III.A1.—TAXES ON AN ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR LAND AND $1,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1941, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES ON A
MONTHLY BASIS FOR 1940—CITIES.
(Not including Local Improvement and Special Taxes.)
Percent
Taxes
on an Assessment of $100 for Land and
$1,000 for Improvements.
Cities.
Mill Rate
for
1941.
age of
Improvements
taxed in
1941.
Land at
100% of
Assessed
Value.
Improvements at
Percentage taxed.
Annual
Tax for
1941.
Comparative
Monthly Tax.
1941.
1940.
Alberni—
i                     1
[
50.00
30.00
50
$5.00
.........
$15.00
$20.00
	
$1.66      [    $1.66
Armstrong    	
40.00
50
4.00
20.00
24.00
2.00               2.00
55.00
30
5.50
16.50
22.00
1.84               1.84
31.00
50
3.10
15.50
18.60               1.55
1.55
39.00
50
3.90
19.50
23.40               1.95
2.00
40.00
50
4.00
20.00
24.00
2.00
2.00
39.00
30
3.90
11.70
15.60
1.30
1.35
38-00
50
3.80
19.00
22.80
1.90
1.90
50.00
40.00
64.00
55
50
33%
5.00
4.00
6.40
27.50
20.00
21.31
32.50
24.00
27.71
2.71
2.00
2.31
2.87
2.00
2.31
39.00
50
3.90
19.50
23.40
1.95
2.00
40.00
44.00
50
33%
4.00
4.40
20.00
14.66
24.00
19.06
2.00
1.59
2.00
1.59
39.00
50
3.90
19.50
23.40
1.95
1.95
60.00
20
6.00
12.00
18.00
1.50
1.50
60.00
10
6.00
6.00
12.00
1.00
1.00
Nelson—
T and
32.62
3.26
Improvements   	
26.18
50
13.09
16.35
1.37
1.54
70.00
Nil
7.00
Nil
7.00
.58
.58
52.00
50
5.20
26.00
31.20
2.60
2.60
55.00
25
5.50
13.75
19 95
1 60
1.60
55.00
25
5.50
13.75
19.25               1.60
1.60
40.00
25
4.00
10.00
14.00               1.17
1.16
— 65.00
Nil
6.50
Nil
6.50
.54
.54
47.50
35
4.75
16.63
21.38
" 1.78               1.81
42.00
50
4.20
21.00
25.20
2.10
2.20
Rossland    	
60.00
40
6.00
24.00
30.00
2.50
2.50
43.00
50
4.30
21.50
25.80
2.15
2.15
34.00
40.00
48.00
38.00
10
50
50
65
3.40
4.00
4.80
3.80
3.40
20.00
24.00
24.70
6.80
24.00
28.80
28.50
.57
2.00
2.40
2.38
.66
2.25
2.40
Victoria  — -
2.50
50.00
50
5.00
25.00
30.00
■j
5! 50                  9 iS REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.        U 27
III.B.—TAX RATE LEVY, 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
20.58
8.504
18.60
18.00
8.17
22.37
12.00
15.00
13.00
20.00
16.00
16.00
16.00
13.40
13.40
13.40
43.617
12.10
16.50
15.00
10.53
1.477
18.70
17.76
9.986
13.00
11.00
20.25
21.20
17.78
18.20
12.587
12.30
16.00
7.83
12.05
12.40
12.00
4.00
20.00
13.14
17.00
10.00
8.60
16.60
13.20
14.383
10.30
10.00
21.00
-8.50
8.506
11.30
11.52
12.249
12.00
19.00
12.25
15.80
19.50
10.22
1.909
4.10
12.00     '
0.25
2.58
2.60
1.00
1.00
2.60
8.00
12.017
1.72
1.465
23.72
49.00
23.00
35.00
46.00
16.25
37.00
12.00
30.00
25.00
25.00(50.00)
20.00
29.14(43.14)
34.00(50.00)
26.00(40.00)
22.00
30.00
26.60
58.00
25.00
26.50
44.00
19.00
22.00
30.00
31.00
23.70
25.00
30.00
32.50
37.00
61.00
47.00
Chilliwhack 	
23.00
35.00
Coquitlam •	
Delta 	
46.00
18.25
39.00
12.00
30.00
Kent	
25.00(35.0)
Langley—
25.00(45.0)
Improvements 	
20.00
28.50(42.5)
36.00(50.0)
25.00(40.0)
North Cowichan—
North Cowichan School District
Chemainus School District	
Duncan Consolidated School District
24.40
30.90
27.60
58.00
Oak Bay            	
25.00
26.50
44.00
20.50
Richmond  	
Saanich .— 	
22.00
31.00
31.00
Spallumcheen —. —	
Sumas   	
Summerland—     ,-  	
Surrey  	
Tadanac  	
23.70
25.00
36.00
32.50
37.00
61.00
Bracketed figures represent tax on wild land. U 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
III.B1.—TAXES ON AN ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR LAND AND $1,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1941, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES ON A
MONTHLY BASIS FOR 1940—DISTRICTS.
(Not including Local Improvement and Special Taxes.)
Taxes on an Assessment of $100 for Land and
Percentage of
Improvements
taxed in
1941.
$1,000
for Improvements.
Districts.
Mill Rate
for
1941.
Land at
100% of
Assessed
Value.
Improvements at
Percentage taxed.
Comparative
Annual     l        Monthly Tax.
Tax for
1941.
1941.
1940.
Burnaby     j...	
49.00
50
$4.90
$24.50
1                       1
29.40       j     $2.45       |     $2.35
Chilliwhack	
23.00
40
2.30
9.20
11.50                 .96                 .96
35.00
Nil
3.50
3.50                 .29                 .29
46.00
16.25
37.00
30
50
50
4.60
1.63
3.70
13.80
8.13
18.50
18.40               1.53               1.53
Delta  .....:	
9.76                 .82                 .91
22.20                1.85                1.95
Fraser Mills 	
12.00
50
1.20
6.00
7.20                .60
.60
Glenmore -	
30.00
50
3.00
15.00
18.00              1.50
1.50
Kent	
25.00
Nil
2.50
2.50                .21
.21
Langley—
25.00
20.00
50
2.50
12.50              1.04
Improvements 	
• 10.00
1.04
Maple Ridge  	
29.14
50
2.91
14.57
17.48               1.46               1.42
34.00
22
3.40
7.48
10.88                 .91
.81
26.00
60
2.60
15.60
18.20               1.52
1.46
North Cowichan 	
26.20*
50
2.62
13.10
15.72               1.31
1.3$
North Vancouver	
58.00
50
5.80
29.00
34.80      |      2.90
2.90
Oak Bay	
25.00
50
2.50
12.50
15.00              1.26
1.25
Peachland   	
26.50
25
2.65
6.62
9.27                 .77
.77
44.00
25
4.40
11.00
15.40               1.28
1.28
19.00
22.00
50
50
1.90
2.20
9.50
11.00
11.40                 .95
13.20               1.10
1.02
Richmond   	
1.10
30.00
45
3.00
13.50
16.50              1.38
1.42
31.00
23.70
15
Nil
3.10
2.37
4.65
7.75                .63
2.37                 .20
.63
.20
Sumas   :	
25.00
50
2.50
12.50
15.00      j       1.25
1.25
30.00
Nil
3.00
3.00                 .25
.30
32.50
50
3.25
16.25
19.50             1.62
1.62
Tadanac 	
37.00
16%
3.70
6.14
9.84               .82
.82
61.00
10
6.10
6.10
12.20               1.02
1
*. Various school district rates averaged. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.
U 29
III.C—TAX RATE LEVY, 1941—VILLAGES.
Villages.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
Abbotsford   .—	
12.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
8.00'
8.00
15.00
16.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
20.00
14.00
14.00
16.00
10.00
18.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
16.00
20.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
20.00
14.00
14.00
16.00
10.00
18.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
Chapman Camp—
10.00
Improvements — 	
20.00
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
16.00
10.00
20.00
Pouce Coupe — .-	
15.00
15.00
Silverton—
10.00
Improvements   -
20.00
12.00
Stewart „„• ,,	
14.00
16.00
Tofino        _.            	
10.00
18.00
15.00  IV.—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
U 31
Utilities.
Water Supply
System.
Electric Light
and Power.
Other.
Total.
Housing.
Cemeteries.
General Debt
—Streets,
Sewers (other
than Local
Improvements ), other
Non-revenue
Producing, etc.
Unemployment Relief.
Local
Improvements.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured Debentures unpaid.
General.
Better
Housing.
Demand Loans.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Total Debenture and
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Cities—IV.A..
Districts—IV.B	
Villages—IV.C	
Totals	
Vancouver	
Grand totals
$4,264,765
3,474,974
30,207
$1,296,000
41,000
$7,769,946
9,957,730
$1,337,000
$17,727,676
$1,337,000
$301,000
654,000
5,000
>,000
$5,861,765
4,169,974
30,207
$10,061,946
9,957,730
$20,019,676
$6,200     ! $5,000
     | 10,000
I
-  !  - -----
$6,200 I $15,000
I
  j 426,500
$6,200  j $441,500
$21,970,078
6,445,920
$28,415,998
41,396,100
$69,812,098
$2,117,722
1,023,141
$3,140,863
10,308,119
$202,756
72,262
$1,825,745
259,404
$275,018
$2,085,149
6,933,885
$13,448,982 |   $275,018
$9,019,034
$31,989,266 j $205,723
11,980,701  | 185,199
I
30,207  |   ...
$44,000,174 j
I
69,022,334 j
$390,922
$113,022,508  |
$39'0,922
193,300
37,800
$618,161
313,327
$595,085
129,989
$231,100
107,000
$338,100
$725,074
3,930,073
$931,488
$4,655,147
$1,442,099
1,100,515
5,173
$35,043,634
13,747,531
35,380
$2,547,787
929,558
$3,477,345
$48,826,545
73,988,965
$122,815,510
IV.A.—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—CITIES.
Utilities.
Housing.
Cemeteries.
General Debt
—Streets,
Sewers (other
than Local
Improvements ), other
Non-revenue
Producing, etc.
Schools.
Unemployment Relief.
Local
Improvements.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured Debentures unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Total Debenture and
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Cities.
Water Supply
System.
Electric Light
and Power.
Other.
Total.
General.
Better
Housing.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
$34,087
31,161
135,000
128,000
50,000
$34,087
$2,500
27,300
198,750
19,600
140,000
$5,000
$41,587
73,461
328,050
191,100
350,700
$12,600
$4,185
978
6,846
6,010
14,993
771
2,152
672
1,813
452
197
10,882
15,086
1,313
9,533
3,228
12,952
6,198
116,651
1,039,523*
13,471
5,646
4,169
11,222
35,966
2,346
9,149
2,176
1,216
17,690
2,308
82,305
$58,372
80,439
339,054
197,110
368,893
6,121
61,743
26,533
6,813
91,255
57,269
491,383
72,786
512,913
26,895
243,394
1,249,065
1,273,379
6,928,129
4,485,813
333,068
330,830
224,211
163,773
1,827,776
462,346
202,277
181,936
1,216
1,146,371
347,726
13,244,745
1
$15,000
23,000
46,161
$2,250f
$6,000
2
3. Chilliwack 	
91,000
11,200
76,500
$38,300
1,908
3
4. Courtenay      ...
158,000
128,000
$2,300
6,200
A
5. Cranbrook  .
	
$3,200
5,350
*>
6. Cumberland	
6
7. Duncan  .
50,000
6,091
3,500
59,591
24,960
7
8. Enderby  	
24,960H
901f
s
0
9.  Fernie       .          . „„,
i
5,000
906
9
10. Grand Forks .	
8,972
55,000
63,972
20,000
5,925
89,897
10
11. Greenwood . ....
57,072$
l,000f
11
12. Kamloops	
53,000
10,500
40,000
40,000
63,500
40,000
169,000
116,500
656,946
761,000
1,322,500
954,500
217,267
72,000
70,358
108,211
283,500
85,000
20,500
13,473
465,973
40,000
507,300
	
6,550
6,978
16,700
12
13. Kaslo     .....
1,000
13
14.  Kelowna   . ...
129,000
236,700
101,600
2,O0Of
2,300
14
15. Ladysmith ..     .        	
17,362
5,166
120,800
15
16. Merritt	
87,000
656,946
141,000
1,116,500
703,500
217,267
72,000
70,358
35,211
29,500
116,500
367,467
255,000
3,505,500
1,412,771
17,721
135,384H
110,447
27,400
1,774,110**
69,000
193,128ft
9,400
2,000
46,500
235,000§§
1,075,413
1,267,181
6,594,166
3,321,090
314,997
233,584
205,030
135,611
1,774,110
421,000
193,128
175,843
1,099,436
345,118
12,425,940
32,900
16
4,500
67,581
1,076,466
353,589
21,509
7,000
17
18. Nelson    ......
570.000     1             $50,000
$6,200
177,400
607,500
561,430
58,500
25,000
18
19. New Westminster          	
206,000
82,200
33,800
54,50Of
Jl,O0O§
32,000
36,200
4,600
5,600
71,812
18,000
59,000
60,000
19
20. North Vancouver . 	
251,000
$5,000
20
21. Port Alberni .	
	
21
22. Port Coquitlam	
1,200
77,O0Of
9,000
15,012
22
23. Port Moody	
24,225
23
73,000
7,100
17,700
9,840
23,000
24
25
26
27
28
29
25. Prince Rupert	
26. Revelstoke         ...
138,000
192,000
330,000
22,000
16,000
27. Rossland
28. Salmon Arm      ...
124,443
226,702
106,618
42,000
-
166,443
3,000
917
29. Slocan	
30. Trail 	
226,702
106,618
493,500
123,500
12,425,940$$
154,501
115,000
2,131
222,602
29,245
&.1
30
31
32
31. Vernon  .. 	
	
300
36,500
82. Victoria	
	
300,000
400,000
Totals  	
$4,264,765
$1,296,000    |          $301,000
$5,861,765
$6,200    j              $5,000
!
$21,970,078
$2,117,722
$202,756
$1,825,745
$31,989,266
$205,723
$193,300
$618,161
$595,085
$1,442,099
$35,043,634
* Includes $1,033,741.83 unpaid interest on Debenture Debt.
f Debentures not presented for payment at maturity.
% " City of Greenwood Relief Act, 1921 "  (Second Session).
§ In default.
j| " City of Enderby Debt Refunding Act, 1939."
I " District of Coquitlam Debt Refunding Act, 1940 '
** " City of Prince Rupert Refunding Act, 1935."
ft " City of Rossland Debt Refunding Act, 1940."
'—$43,750. $$ " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937."
§'§ " City of Merritt Reduction of Interest Act, 1937 "—$125,000. r
IV.B.—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—DISTRICTS.
U 33
Utilities.
General Debt
—Streets,
Sewers (other
than Local
Improvements ), other
Non-revenue
Producing, etc.
Schools.
Unemployment Relief.
Local
Improvements.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured Debentures unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Total Debenture and
Sundry Debt,
exclusive of
Shortage in
Sinking Fund.
Districts.
Water Supply
System.
Electric Light
and Power.
Other.
Total.
Housing.
Cemeteries.
General.
Better
Housing.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
1. Burnaby.   	
$2,793,336
62,250
$2,793,336*
72,750
28,000
96,582
672,918
445,500
$600
$150,000*
$51,068
207
412
1,272
17,616
4,925
$2,995,004
79,196
28,412
136,682
700,169
457,854
1
2. Chilliwhack...	
$10,500
$6,239
2
3. Coldstream.„_ 	
$28,000
24,200
550,000
$28,000
24,200
550,000
s
4. Coquitlam	
34,791f
,          1,908
430,000
25,000
38,000
12,000
$7,462
$5,129
83,010
6,328
9,635
7,429
32,500
4
5. Delta  	
f>
6. Esquimalt.      .
3,500
6
7. Fraser Mills  	
7
8. Glenmore   	
7,000
7,000
7,000
.
577
2,003
12,187
1,127
8,749
250
3,066
884,816$
16,560
403
16,048
4,267
14,667
17,844
165
4,056
12,376
545
3,318
1,577
20,414
7,577
2,003
58,219
111,349
32,334
15,250
29,036
3,098,008
618,025
14,349
952,433
6,017
1,194,567
892,001
10,203
39,056
16,081
389,548
174,427
97,608
1,592,123
8
9. Kent  	
9
10. Langley  	
2,242
25,722
2,242
,110,222
4,100
14,690
25,000
10
11. Maple Ridge  	
,
33,000
3,000
48,500
11
12. Matsqui	
14,585
9,000
12
13. Mission  	
15,000
22,700
93,280
78,500
1,830
205,000
15,000
25,970
1,965,941
594,965
11,830
934,585
1,179,900
829,643
8,400"
35,000
389,003
110,228
96,031
1,555,655
13
14. North Cowichan  	
3,270
1,444,151
335,500
83,000
21,200
14
15. North Vancouver	
367,000
98,000
10,000
225,595
367,000
98,000
10,000
622,595
31,700
29,810
82,965
$176,800
6,500
170
49,251
15
16
16. Oak Bay 	
17. Peachland	
1,946
17
18
18. Penticton	
$10,000
$387,000
$10,000
4,000
9,990
1,800
19. Pitt Meadows	
1,750
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
20. Richmond  	
818,500
736,643
818,500
736,643
346,400
15,000
93,000
21. Saanich  	
3,500
16,014
1,638
25,000
22. Salmon Arm 	
8,400
15,000
23. Spallumcheen    	
20,000
20,000
24. Sumas      - '-_.
137,000
705
3,000
25. Summerland  	
215,003
11,778
11,000
363,003
11,778
26,000
97,000
96,031
161,300
_
26. Surrey. 	
1,450
33,381   i
7,725
27,500
27. Tadanac            	
28. West Vancouver ■—
383,255
130,000
513,255
858,500
22,600
1,729
6,600
Totals    	
$3,474,974
$41,000
$654,000
$4,169,974
$10,000
$6,445,920
$1,023,141
$72,262
$259,404
$11,980,701
$185,199
$37,800
$313,327
$129,989
$1,100,515
$13,747,531
* " District of Burnaby Debt Refunding Act, 1940." f " District of Coquitlam Debt Refunding Act, 1940 "—$26,250. $ Includes $606,071.54 unpaid interest on Debenture Debt. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.        U 35
IV.C—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, AS AT DECEMBER 31st,
VILLAGES.
1941-
Villages.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Bank         j       Sundry
Loans.                Debt.
I
Total Debt.
$683
6
1,174
1,637
18
11
$683
6
1,174
$30,207
31,844
18
11
141
57
141
57
	
1,080
1,080
361
5
361
Tofino".   ■ - —	
5
Totals          	
$30,207
$5,173
$35,380 U 36
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VI.—STATEMENT   OF  MATURITIES  OF  DEBENTURE   DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941, AFTER CORRESPONDING DEBENTURES HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED.
Totals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
1951.
1952.
Following
1952.
Better
Housing.
Cities—VI. A -	
$27,381,320
9,648,069
30,207
$554,327
293,311
2,534
$627,387
349,794
2,631
$615,346
332,954
2,732
$635,863
163,830
2,836
$388,645
280,208
2,946
$363,387
276,494
3,059
$1,116,638
207,495
3,177
$449,809
106,304
3,301
$601,655
266,19 6
3,42 9
$677,493
431,373
3,562
$325,094
266,814
$20,826,176
6,635,496
•
$199,500*
37,800
Districts—VLB	
	
Totals	
Vancouver    	
$37,059,596
56,367,043
$850,172
1,938,601
$979,812
1,089,590
$951,0:32
2,460,743
$802,529
1,198,854
$671,799
1,094,497
$642,940
804,003
$1,327,310
1,706,467
$559,414
1,113,350
$871,28 0
1,983,760
$1,112,428
2,424,605
$591,908
4,894,024
$27,461,672
35,551,554
$237,300
107,000
$93,426,644
$2,788,773
$2,069,402
$3,411,775
$2,001,383
$1,766,296
$1,446,943
$3,033,777
$1,672,764
$2,855,04 0
$3,537,033
$5,485,932
$63,013,226
$344,300
: Includes $6,200 Better Housing Debentures unmatured.
VLA.—STATEMENT OF MATURITIES OF DEBENTURE DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941, AFTER CORRESPONDING DEBENTURES HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED—CITIES.
Cities.
Totals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
1951.
1952.
Following
1952.
Better
Housing.
$28,087
72,461
287,050
122,500
213,400
5,350
54,091
24,960
Nil
83,797
Nil
431,723
35,900
503,600)
Nil
130,500)
799,3131
1,080,405
4,876,789)
2,256,065
239,5091
188.184
147.088;
112,711
1,341,510
313,000*
193,128;
114,943:
Nil
940,398.
322,418:
12,462440*
$931
16,371
2,250
1,600
29,500
$950
1,384
27,050
1,600
$969
12,398
16,750
2,500
15,700
$989
1,412
2,250
$1,008
1,426
2,250
$15,029
1,441
2,250
13,000
$1,049
1,456
12,250
$1,070
1,471
14,250
10,200
$6,092
21,48 6
2,250
49,00<0
I
2. Armstrong	
$9,802
85,000
79,500
52,000
$818
62,500
$2,996
58,000
14,100
9
^
4
15,000
33,000
16,000
$3,200
5,350
5
6
1,131
6,091
1,433
48,000
11,306
8. Enderby	
1,066
1,098
1,165
1,200
1,236
1,273
1,311
1,201
1,350
1,391
•
8
9
10. Grand Forks
2,970
1,066
24,587
1,109
1,132
1,154
1,178
49,400
j
10
6,550
11
56,850
63,623
51,000
7,900
39,500
20,000
7,300
49,500
35,900
75,600
136,800
12
13. Kaslo.
	
	
8,900
13
105,000
26,300
25,600
6,300
49,600
43,000
75,300
7,900
	
70,500
2,300
14
15
16. Merritt       ...      .-._.       ..    .   	
18,000
•    16,657
27,005
167,200
44,800
2,796
1,569
2,000
18,935
121,000
191,874
11,999
47,852
86,224
21,500
18,807
4,000
59,500
34,436
3,027
1,803
35,740
14,000
33,000
97,423
3,214
2,000
9,000
21,397
80,000
338,315
439,800
3,402,619
1,544,856
127,870
22,334
94,969
6,488
1,311,461
163,000
99,526
34,813
16
17. Nanaimo 	
18. Nelson
70,720
4,000
240,265
28,800
2,909
56,681
4,93*9
1,056
18,00)0
8,5354
39)6
15,7838
18,509
4,000
347,000
52,500
2,968
1,741
19,111
110,900
20,500
35,500
3,088
1,866
73,421
257,500
229,000
140,000
12,651
1,932
47,085
6,033
1,143
32,000
8,242
429
115,06£
92,000
20,000
123,00(0
3,27£
2,070
19,736
32,900
6,200*
32,000
36,200
4,600
5,600
7,100
17,700
17
18
133,831
3,412
2,220
19
20. North Vancouver ...
21. Port Alberni	
106,551
21,844
2,144
5,034
2,109
1,213
3,000
9,282
455
52,153
54,618
20
21
22. Port Coquitlam	
23. Port Moody...
22
93
24. Prince George	
4,894
1,014
16,000
4,781
25,380
•
13,916
1,035
15,000
8,262
388
28,962
1,077
48,000
8,818
20,403
26,985
1,098
3,000
9,114
22,412
5,009
1,120
7,000
9,419
5,920
2,058
1,166
5,000
8,573
437
2,083
1,180
3,000
8,920
44(3
2,135
1,238
24
25
26. Revelstoke i ..
26
27. Rossland	
28. Salmon Arm	
9,657
464
3,000
27
28
29. Slocan    ..    .
29
30
30. Trail    ...
7,693
49,454
	
71,060
106,647
12,000
60,244
206,096
40,895
62,000
121,126
2,000'
8,259
200,983
191,500
12,425,940
300
36,500
31
32
..
Totals	
$27,381,320
$554,327
$627,387
$615,3416
$635,863
$388,645
$363,387
$1,116,638
$449,809
$601,65*5
$677,493
$325,094
$20,826,176
$199,500
* Unmatured. U 41
VLB.—STATEMENT OF MATURITIES OF DEBENTURE DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941, AFTER CORRESPONDING DEBENTURES HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Totals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
1951.
1952.
Following
1952.
Better
Housing.
1. Burnaby	
$2,793,936
72,750
9,500
96,582
482,208
253,000
Nil
7,000
Nil
6,342
96,500
Nil
15,000
25,970
1,147,147
594,965
11,830
652,985
Nil
1,046,000
586,943
3,200
32,000
Nil
360,003
110,228
96,031
1,147,949
$2,793,336
$600
1
2. Chilliwhack	
$5,250
9,500
11,982
21,000
$15,750
$5,250
$5,250
$5,250
$5,250
$5,250
$20,250
$5,250
?
3. Coldstream   	
3
4. Coquitlam    	
2,470
908
13,000
2,514
5,500
2,500
5,594
18,408
5,000
2,656
22,000
27,706
72,800
2,758
3,000
2,812
$1,867
$1,924
15,891
357,000
231,500
A
5. Delta...... 	
5
6. Esquimalt	
1,000
6
7. Fraser Mills 	
7
8. Glenmore	
7,000
8
9. Kent . 	
q
10. Langley  	
2,242
2,000
4,100
10
11. Maple Ridge	
2,000
5,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
69,000
11
12. Matsqui   ,	
1?
13. Mission  	
5,000
2,500
39,026
' 80,500
170
20,064
5,000
6,070
61,350
145,000
170
28,699
5,000
1,800
2,000
1,500
170
17,135
13
14. North Cowichan .	
1,800
1,800
142,500
3,000
230
4,210
1,800
136,310
44,500
230
12,248
2,000
3,000
5,500
230
2,287
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,200
M
15. North Vancouver	
741,761
249,000
10,000
219,539
21,200
15
16. Oak Bay 	
8,000
170
25,072
26,000
230
2,326
20,965
230
99,367
11,000
16
17. Peachland	
17
18. Penticton        	
156,098
64,140
1,800
18
19. Pitt Meadows 	
19
20. Richmond  	
4,000
1,662
19,000
1,695
15,000
1,836
20,000
1,872
70,000
1,948
918,000
109,213
?0
21. Saanich                          ...	
247,229
1,764
1,800
3,200
12,410
199,987
2,027
3,500
9^
22. Salmon Arm             	
99
23. Spallumcheen	
12,000
20,000
?3
24. Sumas	
16,277
7,847
7,086
3,620
9\
25. Summerland	
35,904
6,237
8,725
25,549
7,094
6,252
8,724
26,612
7,287
6,767
8,725
14,577
12,481
8,232
8,724
63,743
28,677
6,798
8,725
48,610
7,875
7,314
7,496
9,979
8,075
7,830
7,496
40,949
28,481
7,864
7,086
17,693
8,687
8,381
7,086
.      44,767
8,895
8,899
7,086
158,143
190,270
27,807
9,072
687,107
?5
26. Surrey ,	
?6
27. Tadanac 	
97
28. West Vancouver       ....
6,600
9%
Totals  ...
$9,648,069
$293,311
$349,794
$332,954
$163,830
$280,208
$276,494
$207,495
$106,304
$266,196
$431,373
$266,814
$6,635,496
$37,800 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OP MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.
U 43
VII.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
t
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1941.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1941.
Cities—VILA   ..
$4,792,629
2,489,401
$2,422,276
1,818,323
$233,994
153,645
$33,636
11,360
$7,482,535
4,472,729
$8,892,308
Districts—VII.B	
4,131,894
Totals 	
$7,282,030
11,405,391
$4,240,599
5,757,656
$387,639
514,898
$44,996
334,650
$11,955,264
18,012,595
$13,024,202
34,112 987*
$18,687,421
$9,998,255
$902,537
$379,646
$29,967,859
$47,137,189
* $1,625,163 applicable to Greater Vancouver Water District  (page 57, Vancouver City, 1941, report).
Note.—Some municipalities have written up to par the value of their own debentures, purchased for the sinking
funds, while other municipalities carry corresponding purchases at cost. This makes it impossible to compare the
condition of the funds accurately.
Showing, at the end of the year, the difference between par and cost of the above-referred-to purchases creates
an excess in the sinking fund account. This difference should be spread over the unexpired term of the purchased
debenture.
Sinking fund computations are not always reflected with exactness. In many cases the requirements are calculated only up to the time of the last tax levy, several months before the end of the year, and allowance is not always
made for the accrued interest.
VILA.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Book Value of Investments.
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st. 1941.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1941.
Alberni	
Armstrong —
Chilliwack —
Courtenay	
Cranbrook	
Cumberland ...
Duncan 	
Enderby... _.
Fernie	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood '..
Kamloops 	
Kaslo   	
Kelowna  	
Ladysmith 	
Merritt ,	
Nanaimo  	
Nelson 	
New Westminster-
North Vancouver...
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam.	
Port Moody _.	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke 	
Rossland 	
Salmon Arm—	
Slocan 	
Trail	
Vernon.	
Victoria —	
Totals.
$13,500
1,000
37,870
68,600
140,500
5,751
6,100
40,800
4,100
6,000
104,500
309,000
182,090
749,377
101,225
80,088
51,000
57,942
30,000
450,300
108,000
63,900
157,986
23,000
$2,071
38,891
133,741
50,000
92,683
21,908
29,502
228.717
2,400
247,021
10,805
78,603
395,493
196,296
1,754
45,420
25,000
34,000
111,600    j
61,192
32,282
356,543
91,474
134,880
$4,792,629
$2,422,276
$10
1,229
12,994
648
441
109
4,066
306
37,303
11,873
2,145
51,621
54,660
3,608
5,914
6,585
1,406
518
14,007
9,406
1,052
9,778
4,279
$233,994
$947
1,274
5,949
11,351
296
3,506
1,222
572
782
$33,636
$15,581
41,120
185,552
120,522
239,573
27,768
39,668
280,904
7,102
290,324
127,178
389,748
629,204
2,003,839
1,106,587
132,644
57,585
84,920
65,300
575,907t
178,598
97,234
532,044
118,753
134,880
$7,482,535
$15,119
34,786
174,138
102,463
233,075
25,215
42,229
57,072*
272,596
18,589
238,167
124,442
391,139
605,845
3,110,472
1,509,933
123,435
232,899
71,619
62,930
396,910
178,596
121,231
505,540
108,988
134.880J
$8,892,308
* " City of Greenwood Relief Act, 1921 "  (Second Session).
t Includes reserve created by sale of electric light plant.
t " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937." U 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VII.B.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1941—1
•ISTRICTS.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1941.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1941.
Districts.
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
$42,924
3,003
1,000
$21,744
199
7,499
4,313
14,681
3,599
$64,668
3,202
26,999
4,313
287,212
209,136
710
28,234
*
$18,500
$2,617
26,629
21,082
187,813
205,537
84,718
270,047
196,763
350
360
608
Kent
13,560
12,909
1,765
24,946
3,351
1,071,030
289,502
2,367
579,197
1,000
111,273
283,171
1.480
288,796
2,351
7,963
1,245
887
844
2,900
1,088,245
951,794
Oak Bay	
$5,086
267,801
2,356
283,400
.6,157
478,509
131,091
246,200
5,200
3,000
275,078
281,073
491
33,179
34,446
890
835
1,011
440,615
528,163
6,526
37,307
392,797
—
527,895
5,218
Spallumcheen  	
117
31,539
29,000
95,555
900
15,372
48
139,927
948
749,322
89,123
414,306
301,423
33,593
702,545
Totals	
$2,489,401
$1,818,323
$153,645
$11,360
$4,472,729
$4,131,894
* " District of Burnaby Debt Refunding Act, 1940." REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.       U 45
VIII.—SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS,  LEVY, COLLECTIONS,  AND  DISPOSAL
FOR THE YEAR 1941.
Requirements.
Levy.
Amount of
Levy
collected.
Amount of
Levy collected
actually
deposited.
Cities—VIII.A	
$452,977
222.185
$404,912
208.808
$347,883
175,215
$393,490
211,103
Districts—VIII.B—	
Totals   -	
$675,162
1,142,745
$613,720
312,133
$523,098
288,128
$604,593
288,128
$1,817,907
$925,853
$811,226
$892,721
VIII.A.—SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS, LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND DISPOSAL
FOR THE YEAR 1941—CITIES.
* " City of Greenwood Relief Act, 1921 " (Second Session).
tin default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 78, dated January 24th, 1933.
t " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937."
Cities.
Requirements.
Levy.
Amount of
Levy
collected.
Amount of
Levy collected
actually
deposited.
$2,585
3,190
11,511
7,351
15,629
$2,585
4,236
11,511
7,351
10,969
$1,939
3,650
9,957
6,132
10,069
$2,585    .
5,284
11,511
1,898
14,245
1,408
1,408
1,326
1,483
4,694
16,273
1,414
17,379
4,694
16,273
4,060
12,197
*
14,262
17,118
17,379
16,355
17,379
Ladysmith _._ 	
Merritt _	
Nanaimo.- - _ _.
8,390
28,822
43,859
118,415
8,390
23,386
43,859
94,040
5,732
20,748
37,675
84,271
7,101
23,386
43,859
95,523
t
10,966
3,213
6,075
4,259
11,070
9,926
6,075
4,259
58,285
23,492
10,000
3,213
6,075
4,259
52,842
23,492
3,041
8,667
2,716
4,775
3,407
43,045
18,791
23,492
3,041
2,400
3,041
Trail—    -	
44,269
11,640
44,269
11,640
37,430
10,476
44,269
11,282
*
Totals.  ....
$452,977
$404,912
$347,883
$393,490 U 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VIII.A1—SINKING FUND LEVIED—CITIES.
Cities.
1937.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Armstrong __	
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Cranbrook  - -	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Cumberland   —	
No debentures issued, except Bette
* Housing.
Duncan   	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Enderby    —  — 	
None.
None.
None.
None.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
Greenwood  	
None.
Kamloops ■ , _ -	
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Kaslo — 	
In full.
In full.
None.
None.
None.
Kelowna  -	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Ladysmith  —_ 	
No debentures issued.
In full.
In full.
In full
Nanaimo  	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
New Westminster	
None.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
Port Coquitlam —   	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full
In full
In full.
In full.
In full
In full
In full
In full.
In full.
Revelstoke  , 	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Rossland     ..
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Salmon Arm  —_ ___
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
No debentures is
In full.
sued.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Trail  _-_-	
In full.
Vernon   	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
Victoria  — 	
\         None.
None.
None.
None.
None.
Vancouver.   _	
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial.
Partial. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.        U 47
VIII.B.—SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS, LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND DISPOSAL
FOR THE YEAR 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Requirements.
Levy.
Amount of
Levy
collected.
Amount of
Levy collected
actually
deposited.
$19,289
12,186
1,899
6,722
22,059
6,878
$19,289
5,250
2,549
4,528
22,059
4,696
$15,527
4,709
2,241
3,453
19,469
4,198
$19,289*
5,250
2,942
Coquitlam — -	
Delta	
4,528
22,059
6,878
354
354
286
354
Kent	
3,627
3,627
2,980
3,627
272
272
230
272
 t
Oak Bay .... __	
25,290
540
20,954
25,290
540
17,389
24,169
350
15,755
25,290
600
17,389
Richmond -      	
27,710
18,391
630
447
27,710
18,401
1,470
447
23,609
16,560
1,189
374
11,198
238
27,710
18,401
Salmon Arm— — —	
1,130
447
12,048
271
12,048
271
42,618
12,048
271
42,618
28,680
42,618
Totals	
$222,185
$208,808
$175,215
$211,103
" District of Burnaby Debt Refunding Act, 1940."
In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 1382, dated December 15th, 1932. U 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VIII.B1.—SINKING FUND LEVIED—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
1937.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack	
None.
In full.
In full.
None.
Partial.
In full.
No debentures is
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
No debentures is
Serial Bonds pai
In full.
None.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
Annual paymenl
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
No debentures is
In full.
In full.
None.
In full.
None.
None.
Partial.
In full,
sued.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
sued.
I annually.
In full.
None.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
s to Provincial Go
In full.
In full.
In full.
None,
sued.
In full.
In full.
None.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
^ernment past due
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
Delta —	
In full.
Partial.
Glenmore	
Kent	
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Mission  — 	
In full.
Oak.Bay	
In full.
Peachland — —	
Penticton. 	
In full.
Partial.
In full.
Saanich  	
In full.
In full.
Spallumcheen  .'..
Sumas —	
Summerland '	
Surrey —  	
In full.
In full.
In full.
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X.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES FOR THE YEAR 1941.
Tax Levy
for 1941.
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1941
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1940.
Other than
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1941
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941)
shown as
Percentage of
1941 Levy.
Cities—X.A	
$4,188,000
3,299,322
53,336
$3,585,408
2,730,444
43,527
85.61
82.76
81.61
$1,585,990
1,044,560
19,884
$767,055
619,392
12.070
48.36
59.30
60.70
$4,352,463
3,349,836
55.597
103.93
101.53
Villages—X.C
104.24
Totals	
Vancouver*	
$7,540,658
10,816,630
$6,359,379
9,982,186
84.33
92.29
$2,650,434
2,712,972
$1,398,517  j    52.77
1,238,581  j    45.65
$7,757,896
11,220,767
102.88
103.74
Grand totals    ....
$18,357,288
$16,341,565
89.02
$5,363,406
$2,637,098   j     49.17
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$18,978,663
103.38
Note.—Cities and Districts impose percentage additions to current year's taxes unpaid  (R.S.B.C. 1936, chapter
199, section 257).
Villages impose percentage additions to current year's taxes unpaid  (R.S.B.C. 1936, chapter 203, section
57).
Vancouver allows rebates on gross current year's tax levy (" Vancouver Incorporation Act," section 163,
subsection   (306) ).
* Figures from Comptroller's Report, 1941, page 7. U 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
X.A.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Tax Levy
for 1941.
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1941
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1940.
Other than
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1941
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941)
shown as
Percentage of
1941 Levy.
Alberni.	
$23,763
21,743
73,299
32,409
57,954
15,480
32,498
13,579
45,805
28,386
5,317
160,825
11,964
130,068
21,350
21,796
154,248
128.369
647.584
225,613
83,074
42,952
27,697
40,917
184.189
60,290
68,591
25,186
1,726
186,114
142,371
1,472.843
$18,926
18,733
64,146
26,179
49,595
12,325
30,614
10,383
34,537
24,051
3,032
139,378
9,575
122,404
17,334
14,891
136,842
110,978
555,612
177,336
72,049
35,286
21,368
32,329
133,946
48,229
51,503
19,487
810
158,287
128^169
1,307,074
79.64
86.15
87.51
80.78
85.58
79.61
94.20
76.46
75.40
84.72
57.02
86.66
80.03
94.11
81.19
68.32
88.71
86.45
85.79
78.60
86.72
82.15
77.14
79.01
72.72
79.99
74.69
77.37
46.92
85.04
90.02
88.74
$7,750
5,696
16,711
7,409
16,189
4,259
3,612
5,025
16,799
7,433
3,520
42,672
4,422
11,422
7,314
11,758
29,435
24,888
232,315
85,012
27,809
10,630
10,536
14,393
459,979
24,645
30,568
9,496
2,776
54,416
24,668
372,533
$6,000
4,005
11,056
5,601
10,995
2,642
2,646
3,226
9,757
5,028
2,181
30,245
2,433
8,171
4,162
7,229
20,877
18,703
92,645
51,716
11,369
6,896
5,570
8,215
84,088
16,702
16,151
5,870
582
35,942
20,064
256.288
77.42
70.31
66.16
75.60
67.92
62.03
76.34
64.19
58.08
67.64
61.96
70.87
55.02
71.54
56.90
61.48
70.92
75.14
39.87
60.83
40.88
64.87
52.86
57.07
18.28
67.77
52.83
61.82
20.96
66.05
81.33
68.79
$24,926
22,738
75,202
31,780
60,590
14,967
33,260
13,609
44,294
29,079
5,213
169,623
12,008
130,575
21,496
22,120
157,719
129,681
648,257
229,052
83,418
42,182
26,938
40,544
218,034
64,931
67,654
25,357
1,392
194,229
148,233
1,563,362
104.89
104.58
102.59
Courtenay -	
98.06
104.55
Cumberland  -
Duncan ;	
Enderby 	
96.69
102.34
100.22
96.70
102.44
Greenwood	
Kamloops 	
98.04
105.47
100.36
100.39
Ladysmith....	
100.68
101.49
Nanaimo... 	
102.25
101.02
New Westminster....
North Vancouver
100.10
101.52
100.41
Port Coquitlam	
98.20
97.25
Prince George	
Prince Rupert 	
99.08
118.37
107.69
98.63
Salmon Arm	
Slocan 	
Trail	
100.68
80.64
101.36
104.11
106.14
Totals	
$4,18S,000
$3,585,408
85.61
$1,585,990
$767,055
48.36
$4,352,463
103 93 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.       U 55
X.B.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Tax Levy
for 1941.
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1941
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1940.
Other than
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1941
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941)
shown as
Percentage of
1941 Levy.
Burnaby	
$671,982
110,332
22,031
63,962
116,296
85,416
5,537
8,431
21,027
91,252
76,658
66,709
117,216
67,684
181,178
229,305
6,037
126,267
13,673
172,917
270,612
28,000
42,817
30,641
30,724
243,570
146,106
252,942
$496,141
98,959
19,149
48,775
102,638
75,347
5,532
6,551
18,179
68,234
63,719
49,737
107,895
57,085
123,656
218,285
3,917
113,124
9,371
145,773
239,708
22,210
35,791
21,538
27,326
201,122
145,945
204,737
73.83
89.69
86.91
76.26
88.25
88.21
99.90
77.70
86.45
74.77
83.12
74.55
92.04
84.34
68.25
95.19
64.88
89.59
68.53
84.30
88.57
79.32
83.59
70.29
88.94
82.57
99.88
80.94
$281,592
20.855
5,565
26,532
27.277
16,511
6
2,615
6,017
37,504
24,284
31,540
30,661
18,149
130,859
22,559
4,254
25,483
7,290
46,832
48,642
11,912
12,874
46,719
8,099
71,324
91
78,514
$164,276
16,396
3,667
12,476
19,573
11,377
1,908
2,770
25,424
16,522
20,777
10,555
13,205
59,221
18,307
2,933
18,633
3,946
34,832
36,152
8,851
8,548
9,190
4,775
40,835
63
54,180
68.33
78.61
65.89
47.02
71.75
68.90
72.96
46.03
67.79
68.03
65.87
34.42
72.75
45.25
81.15
68.94
73.11
54.12
74.37 .
74.32
74.30
66.40
19.67
58.95
57.25
69.23
69.00
$660,417
115,355
22,816
61.251
122,211
86,724
5,532
8,459
20,949
93,658
80,241
70,514
118,450
70,290
182.877
236,592
|     6,850
131,757
13,317
180,605
276,860
31,061
44,339
30,728
32,101
241,957
146,008
258,917
98.27
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103.56
Coquitlam 	
Delta 	
Esquimalt	
95.76
105.08
101.53
99.90
Glenmore -
Kent- 	
100.33  .
99.62 ;';
102.63
Maple Ridge 	
Matsqui 	
Mission ,	
North Cowichan
North Vancouver
Oak Bay   	
104.67
105.70
101.05
103.85
100.93
103.17
Peachland	
Penticton 	
113.46
10.4.34
97.39
104.44
101.93
110.93
Spallumcheen	
103.55
100.28
Summerland	
104.48
99.33
99.93
West Vancouver
102.36
$3,299,322
$2,730,444
82.76
$1,044,560
$619,392
59.30
$3,349,836
101.53 U 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
X.C.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1941—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Tax Levy
for 1941.
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1941
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1940.
Other than
1941 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1941
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1941 and
other than
1941)
shown as
Percentage of
1941 Levy.
$3,178
706
2,923
6,714
2,006
546
1,487
1,675
12,613
1,247
859
3,732
680
3,911
3,815
1,771
595
1.716
3,162
$2,933
491
2,660
5,088
1,858
521
1,251
1,599
11,142
1,071
640
2,739
534
2,913
1,984
1,353
558
1,383
2,809
92.29
69.54
91.00
75.78
92.62
95.42
84.12
95.46
88.33
85.89
74.50
73.39
78.53
74.48
52.00
76.40
93.78
80.59
88.84
$507
310
310
2,659
309
53
713
216
3,945
200
797
2,062
360
2,322
2,711
946
60
619
785
$408
212
209
1,325
305
48
485
185
2,518
92
523
1,092
199
1,070
1,580
689
50
498
582
80.47
68.38
67.41
49.83
98.70
90.50
68.02
85.64
63.83
46.00
65.62
52.96
55.28
46.08
58.28
72.83
83.33
80.45
74.14
$3,341
703
2,869
6,413
2,163
569
1,736
1,784
13,660
1,163
1,163
3,831
733
3,983
3,564
2,042
608
1,881
3,391
105.12
99.57
Chapman Camp	
98.15
95.51
107.82
Gibsons Landing
104.21
116.74
McBride	
106.50
108.30
93.26
Pouce Coupe	
Quesnel—	
Silverton	
135.39
102.65
107.79
101.84
93.42
Terrace 	
Tofino -	
115.30
102.18
Vanderhoof	
109.61
107.24
Totals
$53,336
$43,527
81.61
$19,884
$12,070
60.70
$55,597 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.        U 57
XL—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1940.
Receipts of
1941.
Total.
Cash in
Disbursements ]**%£* *
ofl941-        ,    December
31st, 1941.
Cities—XI.A ' _
$1,036,388
652,088
17,025
$12,644,642
8,866,693
114.892
$13,681,030
9,518,781
131.917
1
$12,685,200     [        $995,830
Districts—XI.B _	
1
8,835,947    |          682,834
Villages—XI.C     - ,
I
113.477     1             18.440
Totals 	
$1,705,501
$21,626,227    j    $23,331,728
1
$21,634,624
$1,697,104
Note.—Proof of cash for Vancouver is omitted inasmuch as figures are not available.
XI.A.—CASH IN BANK
AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1940.
Receipts of
1941.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1941.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand.
December
31st, 1941.
$1,607
1,996
38,335
10,409
5,690
4,724
5,209
9,109
4,339
4,847
91
26,112
13,556
75,382
2,290*
23,063
50,286
76,436
108,177*
42,811
8,189
32,512
16,440
11,475
107,802
9,214
1,345*
1,414
1,521
34,621
28,782
502,228
$56,822
63,093
234,073
179,345
293,308
62,595
112,296
29,846
152,866
91,763
16,725
469,150
36,275
419,793
97,095
76,453
410,139
715,284
2,388,599
757,677
289,889
80,017
70,445
157,288
487,539
260,561
158,971
79,656
4,578
634,187
364,829
3,393,486
$58,429
65,089
272,408
189,754
298,998
67,319
117,505
38,955
157,205
96,610
16,816
495,262
49,831
495,175
94,805
99,516
460,425
791,720
2,280,422
800,488
298,078
112,529
86,885
168,763
595,341
269,775
157,626
81,070
6,099
668,808
393,611
3,895,713
1
$56,877    |            $1,552
60,651     [              4,438
220.364     [              52 044
Armstrong   _ _	
Courtenay— _____ _ ____	
Cranbrook   , _ 	
Cumberland     _ 	
176,874
286,134
61.293
113,703
35,491
149,178
89,256
15,583
489,466
33,499
407,667
96,605
83,863
439,260
745,082
2,354,818
767,050
259,673
94,280
84,673
157,316
500,366
256,205
151,590
77,968
4,563
657,883
361,804
3.396,165
12.880
12,864
6,026
3 802
3,464
8,027
7,354
Fernie , ' __	
Greenwood     	
1,233
5,796
16,332
87,508
1 800*
Kaslo  — 	
15,653
Nanaimo   ___ _ _	
Nelson ,'     ,  	
21,165
46,638
74,396*
33,438
38,405
18,249
2,212
11,447
94,975
13,570
6,036
Revelstoke _   ._.	
3,102
1,536
Trail  _ _	
10,925
31,807
499,548
Totals -	
$1,036,388
$12,644,642
$13,681,030
$12,685,200
$995,830
* Overdraft. U 58
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XI.B.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER SlOT, 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1940.
Receipts of
1941.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1941.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand
December
31st, 1941.
$117,558
3,046
10,547
6,447
34,772
26,929
3,300
1,907
7,323
1,229
377
4,341
3,720*
10,287
25,158
94,505
4,066
13,696
484
51,505
28,218
6,015
5,531
1,413*
66,080
1,367
251
132,282
$1,525,598
234,040
41,718
194,449
354,304
158,282
7,261
14,351
48,974
280,587
286,948
116,421
217,694
114,058
404,591
487,958
19,510
742,630
33,178
549,041
844,424
65,138
75,512
57,882
178,812
727,158
155,350
930,824
$1,643,156
237,086
52,265
200,896
389,076
185,211
10,561
16,258
56,297
281,816
287,325
120,762
213,974
124,345
429,749
582,463
23,576
756,326
33,662
600,546
872,642
71,153
81,043
56,469
244,892
728,525
155,601
1,063,106
$1,488,151
235,022
41,276
196,296
353,906
156,029
6,330
13,640
54,470
285,968
285,279
117,905
205,151
107,360
373,261
473,229
19,101
750,854
33,577
557,834
855,982
68,103
79,640
56,656
190.133
734,994
153,400
942,400
$155,005
Chilliwhack	
2,064
10,989
4,600
Delta	
35,170
Esquimalt — —	
29,182
4,231
2,618
Kent	
1,827
4,152*
Maple Ridge..	
2,046
2,857
8,823
16,985
56,488
Oak Bay          	
109,234
Peachland   	
Penticton     	
Pitt Meadows ,	
4,475
5,472
85
42,712
16,660
3,050
1,403
187*
54,759
6,469*
Tadanac  —	
2,201
120,706
Totals  --
$652,088
$8,866,693
$9,518,781
$8,835,947
$682,834
* Overdraft.
XI.C—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 3 1st,
1941—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand.
December
31st, 1940.
Receipts of
1941.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1941.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand
December
31st, 1941.
Abbotsford  — -	
$26
268
58
4,373
1,116
1,400
901
459
2,605
552
674
572
1,437
44
685
324
1,226
640
335*
$11,454
1,244
3,323
18,242
4,214
2,290
5,818
5,143
23,225
1,684
1,668
5,687
1,462
11,422
4,936
3,992
1,217
2,952
4,919
$11,480
1,512
3,381
22,615
5,330
3,690
6,719
5,602
25,830
2,236
2,342
6,259
2,899
11,466
5,621
4,316
2,443
3,592
4,584
$11,369
1,213
3,168
17,968
5,100
1,863
5,192
5,119
24,560
2,109
1,188
4,998
1,469
11,449 ,
4,166
4,531
1.400
2,785
3,830
$111
299
Chapman Camp..	
Creston.. -  	
213
4,647
230
1 827
1,527
McBride	
483
1.270
New Denver	
Pouce Coupe	
Quesnel —	
127
1,154
1,261
1,430
17
1,455
215*
Tofino	
1.043
807
754
Totals  	
$17,025
$114,892
$131,917
$113,477
$18,440
* Overdraft. XII.—RECEIPTS, 1941.
U 59
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
I
Proceeds
from Sale
of Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Cities—XII. A......
Districts—XII. B
Villages—XII. C
Totals....
$3,585,408
2,730,444
43,527
$767,055
619,392
12,070
$2,803
1,279
122
$309,047
245,011
775
$6,359,379
$1,398,517
$4,204
$554,833
$13,718     | $111,936
42,289     | 54,155
I
335     | 2,631
$277,228    I $171,586
I
95,702    | 28,489
15,137 145
$76,356
30,974
$639,137
617,942
$154,645
136,196 .1  314,870
9,147
$56,342
$168,722
$388,067
$200,220
$107,330
$1,257,079
$299,988
$22,233  j $160,736 | $2,670,283
22,965 | 35,541 j 924,213
! '
  I     I 20,476
$13,759
17,612
$45,198
$196,277
3,614,972
$31,371
$26,807 j $768,302 ! $10,074,543
I I
83,596  |  106,283 j   6,106,953
6,234
111,392
$65,856    I $1,H3|,610    |      $65,085
! !
91,149    | 1,375^116    j      224,264
I
  j     3.500  j  	
$306,371
109,481
$110,403
$16,292,888
$157,005
$2,492,226
$289,349
$415,852
$1,019,177  | $12,644,642
i
959,730  j   8,866,693
I
114,892
$1,978,907
$21,626,227
XII.A.—RECEIPTS, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale
of Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
!    Interjle-
I partmental
i     Credits
! (other than
I Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
1. Alberni	
2. Armstrong	
3. Chilliwack	
4. Courtenay	
5. Cranbrook	
6. Cumberland	
7. Duncan	
8. Enderby _._._
9. Fernie	
10. Grand Forks	
11. Greenwood	
12. Kamloops	
13. Kaslo	
14. Kelowna	
15. Ladysmith	
16. Merritt 	
17. Nanaimo	
18. Nelson 	
19. New Westminster
20. North Vancouver
21. Port Alberni	
22. Port Coquitlam......
23. Port Moody .__.,	
24. Prince George	
25. Prince Rupert	
26. Revelstoke	
27. Rossland	
28. Salmon Arm	
29. Slocan	
30. Trail	
31. Vernon	
32. Victoria	
Totals	
$18,
18,
64
26,
49,
12,
30,
10,
34,
24,
3
139,
9.
122,
17,
14,
136,
110,
555,
177,
926 J
733 I
146 |
179 |
595 j
325 |
614 |
I
158,
128,
1,307,
,537
,051
032
,378
,575
,404
334
.891
,842
,978
,612
.336
049
286
,368
329
946
229
503
487
810
287
169
074
244
3,436
172,150
$3,585,408  |   $767,055
$2,803  | 8309,047
252
31
657
22
2,851
245
317
78
232
1,866
952
2,001
26
486
488
628
2,532
$478
435
1,373
1,522
1,871
1,554
585
112
2,095
307
44
4,305
182
2,461
1,425
306
4,349
15,333
5,894
5,166
4,836
544
1,986
639
3,870
1,650
2,316
74
20
14,339
2,200
29,665
$1,486
1,020
5,969
4,615
4,325
2,498
5,936
300
3,100
2,284
260
6,448
180
7,734
1,985
1,684
11,134
9,139
28,651
9,694
6,856
1,885
2,889
4,430
10,093
1,479
2,869
2,217
55
11,539
8,832
115,642
$631
601
97
1,930
5,466
178
354
90
2,108
241
20
9,603
266
3,437
2,276
786
760
9,661
45,859
5,229
802
754
626
1,826
9,981
110
180
41
21
8,444
15,183
44,025
$245
74
1,555
798
1,080
245
1,247
19
387
269
2,680
152
1,344
165
415
2,338
2,530
18,004
827
2,631
1,018
558
725
8,333
102
621
211
4,259
2,727
20,797
$13,718  j $111,936  J $277,228
$171,586
$76,356
$5,360
*
19,304
14,388
19,196
16,892
18,755
4,356
20,298
11,490
3,394
23,588
3,896
32,472
17,933
5,722
23,272
33,147
66,483
38,431
19,803
5,898
7,665
10,927
16,211
15,603
19,083
6,531
2,427
40,736
37,318
78,558
$639,137
$769
1,083
2,695
1,335
3,358
2,596
2,019
608
2,992
1,421
187
6,753
573
5,097
1,580
1,419
7,386
6,561
19,188
9,319
2,580
1,437
1,380
2,714
6,953
2,996
3,118
909
221
8,293
4,311
42,794
$1,456
1,596
4,397
615
7,218
1,920
671
8,753
2,167
816
18,026
11,317
4,345
2,448
17,450
10,060
66,337
23,344
2,732
2,600
1,510
6,358
6,879
2,173
2,229
1,853
2,453
19,767
72,014
$154,645
$303,504
$1,906 j
  |
112 |
  |
735
800
900
400
2,100   ;
144 j
1,800  j
2,235
1,125
316
9,600
60
$1,311
*
5,951
2,512
1,239
1,841
20,122
646
2,661
324
200
5,592
295
10,522
4,951
330
4.447
5,096
14,583
16,865
5,253
33
$3,276
1,110
645
$22,233
$160,736
$2,670,283
$13,759
$857
1,604
3,278
16,613
13
640
$297
1,307
5,003
7,328
1,349
485
3,953
1,146
7,942
2,018
1,073
6,340
41
3,555
807
2,337
21,268
9,540
95,281
6,382
6,269
51
143
1,807
20,225
557
7,665
305
2
13,560
4,401
535,865
$48,281
36,196
124,261
158,725
191,806
43,288
87,002
24,020
148,118
75,464
14,225
311,406
30,188
382,772
90,898
62,606
331,226
528,663
1,622,777
660,939
177,051
64,695
55,256
140,054
424,353
170,313
141,785
55,431
4,578
373,035
295,660
3,199,471
$218
480
5,297
1,014
195'
708
112
741
636
2,019
19
396
2,478
2,751
1,414
1,590
786
3,161
$5i,000 |
11L000 I
65j,188
7,437
ld,055
5j,650
51,273
196
2,000
2,500
13,161
3,988
1,500
^,500
186
4429
1^,000
547|,737
89,515
36^,265
11000
$2,641
1,644
20,000
188
119
39,701
1,1
000
000
000
$26,807  ! $768,302
$10,074,543
$65,856
110,775
49,500
55,755
$1,113,610
$482
1
475
2,096
10,842
252
311
553
4,340
636
12,913
7,617
1,956
1,481
9,423
26,053
58,198
4,888
3,126
989
382
7,767
5,576
2,437
186
4,649
3,644
135,098
$2,841
12,775
38,852
18,524
80,565
19,528
212
13,663
$65,085
$306,371
131,962
99
28,016
11,544
43,061
145,380
118,199
2,335
31,727
3,314
14,411
6,989
54,859
63,397
18,336
143,349
15,239
$1,019,177
$56,822
63,093
234,073
179,345
293,308
62,595
112,296
29,846
152,866
91,763
16,725
469,150
36,275
419,793
97,095
76,453
410,139
715,284
2,388,599
757,677
289,889
80,017
70,445
157,288
487,539
260,561
158,971
79,656
4,578
634,187
364,829
3,393,485
$12,644,642
I  10
I U
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Figures in italics denote deductions.
* The Armstrong and Spallumcheen Consolidated School Board.
Trail-Tadanac Board of School Trustees. XILB.—RECEIPTS, 1941—DISTRICTS.
U 61
Districts.
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale
of Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
1
$496,141
98,959
19,149
48,775
102,638
75,347
5,532
6,551
18,179
68,234
63,719
49,737
107,895
57,085
123,656
218,285
3,917
113,124
9,371
145,773
239,708
22,210
35,791
21,538
27,326
201,122
145,945
204,737
$164,276
16,396
3,667
12,476
19,573
11,377
$92,371
478
1,500
5,761
2,196
14,576
$18,414
1,035
$5,595
2,421
443
2,190
939
1,434
960
273
517
1,938
5,256
1,257
993
2,974
2,095
2,773
61
2,907
1,032
5,882
6,542
110
165
196
992
1,402
295
2,513
$11,409
3,029
$4,099
55
$6,640
2,341
35
1,650
187
1,705
$122,430
27,806
2,025
18,568
20,277
11,078
1,391
6,755
37,739
34,701
3;oi8t
27,039
8,203
13,172
14,827
2,276
36,769
4,961
53,464
49,337
6,725
•i-
921f
11.217
78,867
§
24,376
$27,992
6,353
949
5,334
4,061
3,585
674
332
1,322
6,063
5,400
4,199
2,495
3,604
5,243
6,452
348
5,082
911
8,959
14,200
1,830
1,784
1,984
1,961
9,330
508
5,241
$122,288
7,395
607
5,958
5,042
1,258
$3,217
299
$148,251
$11,222
5,331
428
1,945
4,241
3,427
$1,234,345
192,969
31,625
126,864
189,748
133,590
7,261
13,134
39,974
180,192
147,757
94,890
162,694
97,809
314,941
390,543
16,830
400,741
25,465
366,726
593,608
45,294
50,620
40,859
137,587
406,406
150,220
514,261
$13,796
2,100
18
1,498
$U7,750
2,039
7,001
61,522
102,976
240
$38,506
18,711
132
$121,201
18,221
2,942
4,565
61,580
17,150
$1,525,598
234,040
41,718
194,449
354,304
158,282
7,261
14,351
48,974
280,587
286,948
116,421
217,694
114,058
404,591
487,958
19,510
742,630
33,178
549,041
844,424
65,138
75,512
57,882
178.812
727,158
155.350
930,824
1
9
$27
,229
$2,257
$18,814
?
3
2,795
10,766
23,078
3
4
1,715
720
1,091
—...      .
2,420
2,880
2,390
95
732
211
783
1,000
2,872
200
7,345
833
3,150
4
5
Delta
5
6
Esquimalt	
8
$2,181
561
$6,678
63
6
7
7
8
1,908
2,770
25,424
16,522
20,777
10,555
13,205
59,221
18,307
2,933
18,633
3,946
34,832
36,152
8,851
8,548
9,190
4,775
40,835
63
54,180
325
212
2,098
824
478
1,697
23,416
4,204
7,650
7,577
4,909
24,415
1,218
873
13,644
880
6,910
27,161
1,612
2,361
3,096
540
35,152
400
82
2,039
335
2,450
1,166
169
68
806
91
3,213
251
7,278
1,311
83
2,549
3,914
1,421
736
1,826
488
25,889
12,631
1,116
3,820
1,574
2,545
3,721
921
713
1,343
2,272
2,813
3,261
6,053
850
; 9,000
100,000
130,521
19,000
55,000
' 7,507
70,028
382
6
361
8
9
Kent
642
2,969
1,910
3,339
1,401
1,259
24,321
25,297
805
5,631
7,274
3,448
470
2,893
2,458
2,662
288
7,179
1,618
10,777
6,026
260
40
1,295
1,533
9,408
5
9,409
110
1,116
1,105
376
305
1,249
1,656
2,899
50
3,768
18
408
2,677
223
1,055
876
353
2,154
9
in
260
188
297
2,865
2,170
692
506
361
10
11
Maple Ridge	
Matsqui	
Mission	
North Cowichan	
North Vancouver	
Oak Bay
1,907
5,299
11
i9
^9
ip.
849
3,532
88
1,147
972
64
1,118
100
963
35
31
3,897
13
14
858
820
526
7
2,272
235
3,238
2,385
59
209
985
151
1,340
143
2,681
467
2,564
8,587
7,645
21
5,711
11,035
83,535
659
265,585
14
IR
59
68
27,218
75,278
3,819
181,769
15
16
8,414
5,384
469
2,000
21
16
17
Peachland	
Penticton	
17
18
233
2,283
637
7,742
26,566
1,132
4,863
7,864
963
10,586
1,479
2,098
160
23
1,734
37,751
1,698
1,509
68,419
i 6,750
83,000
181,472
11,500
22,700
17,000
18
19
19
20
Richmond	
Saanich	
4
152
1,185
1,432
1,193
1,009
73,832
114,674
62,875
8
9,850
1,251
11,144
87,470
49,829
6,246
2,242
^0
21
9}
9 9
391
99
2fl
Spallumcheen	
110
93
94
51
311
2,120
8,495
83,857
3,198
94
95
Summerland	
Surrey	
130
2,103
662
796
155
692
225
558
17,707
38,644
276
9~>
?6
2,489
9,056
282,500
2,874
15,085
96
97
?7
28
West Vancouver	
Totals...- 	
17,705
2,931
4,639
4,529
900
174,367
205,083
177,179
28
$2,730,444
$619,392
$1,279
$245,011
$42,289
$54,155
$95,702
$28,489
$30,974
$617,942
$136,196
$314,870
$22,965
$35,541
$924,213
$17,612
$83,596
$106,283
$6,106,953
$91,149
$1,375,116
$224,264
$109,481
$959,730
$8,866,693
Figures in italics denote deductions.
* No schools conducted.                     f Matsqui-Sumas
-Abbotsford Educational Administrative Area.
% The  Armstrong and Spallumcheen Consolidated School Board.                      § Trail-Tadanac Board of School Trustees.
XII.C.—RECEIPTS, 1941—VILLAGES.
»
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
Proceeds
from Sale
of Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
Permits
and Fees.
Administration of
Justice.
Provincial Government Grants.
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
Total
Receipts.
Villages.
Schools.
Motor
Licences.
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
Other.
$2,933
491
2,660
5,088
1,858
521
1,251
1,599
11,142
1,071
640
2,739
534
2,913
1,984
1,353
558
1,383
2,809
.   $408
212
209
1,325
305
48
485
185
2,518
92
523
1,092
199
1,070
1,580
689
50
498
582
$103
$2,205
269
$14
40
$558
221
416
761
389
143
409
243
1,439
335
198
488
298
1,094
668
385
328
• 334
440
$4,688
$545
11
$11,454
1,244
3,323
18,242
4,214
2,290
5,818
5,143
21,225
1,684
1,668
5,687
1,462
9,922
4,936
3,992
1,217
2,952
4,919
■"—"'■
$11,454
1,244
3,323
18,242
4,214
2,290
5,818
5,143
23,225
1,684
1,668
5,687
1,462
11,422
4,936
3,992
1,217
2,952
4,919
1
•
?.
38
171
42
21
206
68
1,176
31
13
.     1	
3
4. Creston     	
1,691
1,485
199
640
170
3,784
151
260
1,184
75
840
318
370
93
646
757
27
4
8,908
90
1,273
1,794
2,750
271
41
10
536
96
255
4
34
182
327
3,492
45
30
10
26
319
 j	
4
5
$75
495
6
7. Hope —.
8. McBride..
2
32
7
8
$38
80
$793
$2,000
9
10
$2
	
,   !
11
12. Quesnel	
13. Silverton
1?
29
342
47 •
101
178
65
. ...	
13
5
40
39
125
33
254
46
8
1,500
14
15
6
973
16
17. Tofino
17
18
12
19
Totals
$43,527
$12,070
$122
$775
$335
$2,631
$15,137
$145
$9,147
$793
$20,476
$6,234
$111,392
$3,500
$114,892 XIIL—DISBURSEMENTS, 1941.
U 63
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
"Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Council Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
I
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
Cities—XIII. A.
Districts—XIII.B-
Villages—VIII.C _
Totals —
$1,060,124
194,016
$420,737
122,319
$667,466
814,365
28,092
$1,254,140
$543,056
$1,509,923
$148,701
69,567
9,385
$187,930
39,886
$419,766
110,901
1,355     | 5,365
$208,983
112,267
4,568
$227,653
$229,171
$536,032
$325,818
$795,291
670,599
10,590
$77,019
17,777
939
$361,808
183,015
$50,044
37,023
2,860
$1,476,480
$95,735    |    $544,823    |    $89,927
1 I
$322,155
153,919
10,355
$348,029   -
178,863
6,048
$2,274,174
1,889,198
$486,429
$532,935     |     $4,163,372
I    I	
$2,093,593
924,516
18,785
$3,036,894
$203,215     I    $438,361
106,200 316,051
6,028
5,185
$315,443     |    $759,597
1
$10,077,396
5,940,482
109,550
$16,127,428
I
$28,497     |     $1,120,856
i
49,688     |      1,307,615
I       |
 -     | 3,500
$78,185
$2,431,971
$60,601
252,966
$313,567
$306,55*6
141,445
427
$1,091,294 $12,685,200  |
I I
1,143,751
$448,428     j     $2,23!),045
8,835,947
113,477
$21,634,624
XIII.A.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Council Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expense;;.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disburs'e-
ments-
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
Alberni *......
Armstrong	
Chilli wack	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook	
Cumberland—
Duncan	
Enderby	
Fernie	
Grand Forks ..
Greenwood —.
Kamloops	
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Ladysmith	
Merritt	
Nanaimo	
Nelson	
$70 |
981 |
086 |
107
702
$1,326 |
4,428 |
7,806
728
250
,377
10,453
New Westminster _
North Vancouver ..
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossland	
Salmon Arm	
Slocan—1	
Trail	
Vernon	
Victoria	
4
24
9
219
,921
,357
,839
,436
7,274
188
242
,754
731
850
410
311
270
440
316
35,
5,
621,
963
272
360
11,707
8,258
4,155
21,443
12,301
86,744
2,793
1,956
6,930
1,650
33,324
3,256
2,057
' 561
31,712
3,997
155,555
$6,384
2,527
8,859
18,217
7,046
1,606
11,379
1,880
7,769
2,752
1,375
19,933
1,727
30,130
5,939
2,459
32,537
57,713
99,578
49,865
26,341
7,652
4,922
5,608
29,423
9,306
12,720
2,940
145
52,994
23,555
122,185
$1,860
1,145
3,294
2,918
952
2,844
800
78
141
307
5,184
2,300
4,236
1,500
4,000
9,410
9,746
14,500
13,920
4,549
1,383
1,150
5,092
9,548
1,173
1,465
1,515
6
4,257
4,716
34,712
Totals _
$1,060,124     |    $420,737     |
$667,466
$148,701
120
1,496
236
725
19
9,815
918
7,911
660
5,265
8,994
36,297
12,381
685
690
23
902
1,144
773
528
6,826
2,693
86,998
$187,930
$1,025
188
1,897
2,255
7,635
851
2,500
175
5,155
1,075
213
15,214
354
9,110
1,082
733
12,924
17,754
81,553
19,316
2,323
418
787
7,095
12,508
5,315
9,311
1,021
14,322
11,504
174,153
$419,766
$583
163
135
4,026
1,054
558
290
178
1,663
318
90
10,939
110
10,006
1,911
517
12,331
11,624
31,076
9,889
1,854
342
300
955
12,239
1,550
1,711
345
9,950
2,501
79,775
$208,983
$4,256
4,663
10,215
3,471
10,720
3,771
5,835
803
19,675
3,681
736
46,903
1,896
26,258
10,043
5,100
32,042
38,394
135,227
44,619
9,488
5,232
4,466
12,998
26,343
8,457
11,215
4,689
100
22,390
34,469
247,136
$795,291
$66
819
1,643
391
1,622
350
150
171
791
95
60
2,320
10
3,624
209
126
1,938
3,999
6,183
3,785
379
72
93
468
10,781
2,076
1,291
55
953
2,182
30,317
$944
1,324
4,509
2,425
5,696
2,566
3,470
50
6,538
2,284
$77,019
18,623
103
9,176
1,976
2,373
13,187
12,806
61,493
16,082
6,957
2,362
2,958
7,202
15,729
6,011
5,177
2,217
14,989
8,870
123,711
$361,808
1720'
1,300
1,680
618
700
30
*
1,020
3.367
2,095
700
*
2,632
2,762
5,469
2,400*
2,520
1,200
1,254
1,380
1,075*
1,120
852
1,000
2,400
1,750
10,000
$50,044
$2,115
$1,08S
S17,440
1,797
2,873
7,850
5,500
3,256
54,838
1,481
3,543
38,169
5,810
4,360
57,060
865
988
29,057
3,171
2,574
50,671
2,870
1,290
8,738
3,538
2,487
46,836
4,175
1,674
28,871
1,380
615
6,145    |
9,996
9,723
91,834    |
1,530
736
8,616    |
12,402
12,562
85,373    |
2,322
1,494
34,068    |
2,963
779
13,320    |
12,666
5,692
83,880     J
18,567
31,131
129,455    |
34,296
105,962
£38,368    1
16,018
20,236
111,932     [
6,990
4,377
53,365    |
3,300
2,200
16,682
2,442
3,173
17,827
4,684
2,241
29,782
13,162
13,735
76,178
5,571
5,048
43,821
4,332
1,217
47,030
2,489
1,362
19,379
505
59
3,669
22,132
11,433
108,236
8,060
10,275
100,496
105,026
79,846
515,188
322,155
$348,029
$2,274,174
$5,324
4,114
62,868
47,871
2,956
23,664
12,990
779
25,932
7,028
122,728
26,578
21,296
50,519
155,981
348,753
390,790
32,085
5,900
1,119
44,714
70,870
66,695
11,042
10,845
79
25,958
29,867
484,248
$2,457
4,500
3,474
270
1,391
4,024
8,636
6,511
31,191
19,189
5,010
7,055
6,611
1,842
3,847
11,207
86,000
$2,0)93,593
$203,215
$15
580
265
3,322
4,180
1,148
3,089
3,532
1,864
6,470
1,075
12,569
1,497
693
9,335
25,864
45,765
4,956
2,466
2,852
12
217*
13,569
1,678
5,719
4,057
18,838
262,734
$46,259
34,992
117,918
145,894
175,444
42,182
88,362
21,567
122,674
75,135
14,833
311,361
26,403
375,527
89,979
63,435
330,158
553,441
1,681,891
735,378
163,936
60,972
55,306
133,453
400,550
166,962
118,107
53,156
4,563
368,362
280,252
3,218,944
527
28
1,944
1,403
1,788
947
460
1,133
53
9;468
1,206
6,753
281
130
400
12,412
159
$6,900
j    11,000
68,161
17,525
19,000
6,500
6,348
19,889
2,000
750
17,534
7,095
2,500
3,500
2,312     |
4,070     |
■ 72     |
4.8U     I
32,000
1   15,000
| 481,211
26,539
50,356
11,500
1,000
8,318
!   17,935
;   24,120
33,483
5,000
123,339
49,500
52,853
$438,361     |    $10,077,396
I
$28,497
$1,120,856
$2,641
511
2,045
14,856
8,992
8,392
16,674
5,945
$1,14*
11
474
1,942
10,615
111
311
5,783
4,115
926
13,487
7,400
1,993
1,481
10,416
18,250
67,26g
2,650
3,254!
692
382
8,08$
4,940
2,8311
5,1488
3,644
129,182.
$306,556)
$3,100
11,979
33,300
27,094
80,505
19,933    j
2,500
11,195
148,031
1
7,838
19,000
48,226
151,196
110,116
2,483
29,429
21,397
27,855
6,511
64,523
62,133
17,500
156,969
28,480
$1,091,294
$56,
60,
220,
176,
286,
61,
113,
35,
149,
89,
15,
489,
33,
407,
96,
83,
439,
745,
2,354,
767,
259,
94,
84,
157,
500,
256,
151,
77
4
657
361
877  |
651 ;
364 |
874 |
134 |
293 j
703 |
491
178
256
583
466
499
667
605
863
260
082
818
050
673
280
673
316
366
205
590
,968
563
883
804
,165
$12,685,200
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Figures in italics denote deductions.
* Commissioner. XIII.B.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1941—DISTRICTS.
U 65
Districts.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Council Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.'
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
1. Burnaby	
2. Chilli whack	
3. Coldstream	
4. Coquitlam...,	
5. Delta	
6. Esquimalt	
7. Fraser Mills	
8. Glenmore	
9. Kent	
10. Langley	
11. Maple Ridge	
12. Matsqui	
13. Mission	
14. North Cowichan .
15. North Vancouver
16. Oak Bay	
17. Peachland	
18. Penticton	
19. Pitt Meadows........
20. Richmond	
21. Saanich	
22. Salmon Arm	
23. Spallumcheen	
24. Sumas _.__
25. Summerland 	
26. Surrey	
27. Tadanac	
28. West Vancouver-
Totals 	
$70,711
3,975
5,009
3,180
21,975
216
3,785
180
1,744
21,972
6,373
15,105
1,392
768
' 1,875
65
35,691
$39,289
7,186
1,432
3,738
1,000
6,453
2,084
1,982
272
5,350
20,782
3,694
4,002
940
702
447
271
22,695
$78,641
29,341
1,988
18,507
30,185
20,890
326
3,050
12,215
25,926
29,618
16,509
45,469
18,541
44,292
57,044
660
21,592
3,848
87,081
59,588
7,763
3,665
15,281
7,359
110,863
-28,422
35,701
$27,596
58
1,942
1,448
240
523
210
589
325
7,371
4,803
4,000
2,703
3,048
752
1,988
867
11,104
$194,016
$122,319
$814,365
$69,567
$4,980
331
159
780
156
708
1,119
337
826
175
1,615
6,969
28
4,266
100
377
1,001
52
251
311
2,778
10,378
2,189
$22,630
170
9,680
29,836
35
11,391
225
22,093
40
719
9,811
1,271
$56,139
278
45
2,175
545
3,762
200
10
1,950
500
100
150
1,129
5,880
15,042
28
4,890
68
2,189
6,017
125
120
80
3,383
3,033
4,429
$39,886
$110,901
$112,267
$237,262
18,265
1,937
17,285
12,860
8,747
341
1,093
4,573
38,342
14,336
14,561
14,360
14,605
43,476
12,355
1,638
32,102
2,809
21,864
71,060
5,643
5,440
5,116
3,003
51,836
681
15,009
$670,599
$429
967
55
175
187
88
35
130
230
460
2,480
735
1,155
275
590
1,105
33
1,761
80
515
1,354
60
1,380
600
353
1,102
430
1,013
$36,363
3,810
260
2,584
3,535
8,862
1,672
6
1,192
6,450
3,127
1,288
2,736
3,140
8,189
17,007
359
8,086
280
11,138
18,774
940
704
1,475
1,165
12,272
11,528
16,073
$17,777 | $183,015
1
$600*
2,100
2,000
1,150
1,400
420
700
2,400 *
2,088
1,700
1,900
1,100
1,500*
420
1,650
475
2,500
2,200
1,220
1,000
1,700
1,200
2,500
300
2,800
$37,023
$3i;851
4,092
2,012
5,321
2,862
5,518
360
939
1,400
3,980
4,369
4,410
2,381
4,201
11,995
12,184
1,321
6,841
1,582
5,853
8,769
2,330
2,583
1,777
2,244
8,570
1,020
13,154
$153,919
$33,517
3,934
1,047
3,382
3,270
5,793
179
205
1,132
4,617
3,571
5,496
3,787
4,168
17,721
5,265
844
9,598
1,519
10,163
33,975
2,226
2,152
/   1,420
1,725
9,572
225
$364,761
84,956
8,970
51,012
54,148
39,042
2,887
4,816
15,903
70,448
77,136
40,398
73,742
43,662
54,360
98,291
8,146
101,309
12,201
126,990
138,123
16,813
18,595
5,000
31,093
185,889
62,400
98,107
$128,132
11,283
11,075
47,481
1,056
26,031
52,221
3,290
156,549
79,776
144,977
74,819
2,452
185,374
$178,863
$1,889,198
$924,516
$5,289
3,431
221
846
12,210
1,883
3,330
450
202
16,073
2,204
10,261
389
8,829
64
1,223
17,094
9,537
12,664
$106,200
$43,571
32,113
848
3,154
55,145
1,021
49
5,292
6,884
2,710
1,797
1,695
3,470
19,476
11,091
626
15,174
714
188
62,815
3,154
50
1,576
2,621
20,849
15,364
4,604
$316,051
$1,181,761
191,075
29,877
131,121
215,707
128,905
6,330
12,620
43,316
176,885
148,704
90,661
149,410
95,445
275,343
368,171
17,428
399,537
24,065
370,669
583,954
42,748
38,129
34,196
127,988
432,203
153,996
470,238
$5,940,482
$5,902
267
688
774
3,701
340
2,209
142
8,316
83
9,316
2,762
398
8,102
255
S5
6,460
1,549
306
1,185
$49,688
$52,326
6,446
7,000
53,846
69,000
500
9,000
105,000
132,129
24,450
55,741
7,500
60,500
68,316
6,750
83,184
182,271
14,000
27,700
16,000
302,048
30
23,878
$1,307,615
$76
7,050
10,325
9,850
30,669
149
194,847
$252,966
$40,373
18,451
132
267
1,287
170
382
506
585
773
23,977
11,011
193
1,250
16,572
559
15,361
$141,445
$207,713
19,050
4,000
10,641
68,932
18,013
350
2,154
3,600
3,500
5,125
83,639
1,480
273,685
102,333
55,233
11,100
4,978
29,249
900
238,076
$1,143,751
$1,488,
235
41,
196,
353,
156,
6,
13,
54,
285,
285,
117,
205,
107,
373,
473,
19,
750,
33,
557,
855
68,
79,
56,
190,
734
153,
942,
,151
,022
276
,296
906
,029
330
640
470
968
279
905
,151
360
261
229
101
,854
,577
,834
,982
,103
,640
656
,133
,994
400
400
8,835,947
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Figures in italics denote deductions.
* Commissioner. XIII.C—DISBURSEMENTS, 1941—VILLAGES.
U 67
Villages.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Board of
Works.
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
Fire        | Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Ca*e and
Social
Welfare.
Donations
and Grants.
Administration of
Justice.
Commissioners'
Indemnities.
Administration
Salaries.
Administration
Expenses.
Schools and
Debenture
Interest and
Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Public
Utilities:
Maintenance
and Operation, Construction and
Equipment
from
Revenue,
Debenture
Interest paid
and Sinking
Fund
deposited.
Capital
Expenditure from
Revenue
(exclusive
of Public
Utilities).
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
1. Abbotsford	
2. Burns Lake	
3. Chapman Camp..
4. Creston 	
5. Dawson Creek	
6. Gibsons Landing
7. Hope	
8. McBride	
9. Mission	
10. New Denver	
11. Pouce Coupe	
12. Quesnel 	
13. Silverton	
14. Smithers	
15. Stewart 	
16. Terrace	
17. Tofino	
18. Vanderhoof	
19. Williams Lake	
Totals	
$3,340
180
2,377
3,067
3,310
724
866
1,123
4,487
869
158
707
540
2,385
486
1,062
1,033
689
689
$1,342
198
130
739
540
200
2,217
301
497
1,215
196
674
477
12
191
456
$28,092
$46
13
102
217
256
7
27
44
108_
62
$1,355
$150
34
508
710
6
34
2,174
199
30
242
132
184
756
206
$5,365
$322
340
27
25
99
125
350
140
3
2,980
57
100
$4,568
346
1,503
12
71
435
326
3,087
585
910
284
1,130
483
236
43
207
582
$171
25
78
75
40
218
35
10
118
$10,590
$939
$200
35
300
150
300
105
300
270
300
300
300
300
$1,136
399
180
510
300
245
360
448
1,130
233
300
720
200
1,620
900
654
180
360
480
$798
77
100
665
93
561
62
1,668
64
101
168
439
357
290
115
202
283
$2,860
$10,355
$6,043
$3,704
9,084
6
495
1,706
2,163
1,627
$18,785
$769
300
683
85
1G2
268
£5
1*1
2,8C7
225
246
111
111
K6
59
540
$6,028 |   $5,1*5
I
$11,369
1,213
3,168
17,968
5,100
1,863
4,765
5,119
22,560
2,109
1,188
4,998
1,469
9,949
'4,166
4,531
1,400
* 2,785
3,830
$2,000
1,500
$109,550
$3,500
$427
$427
$11,369
1
1,213
2
3,168
3
17,968
4
5,100
5
1,863
6
5,192
7
5,119
8
24,560
9
2,109
10
1,188
11
4,998
12
1,469 | 13
11,449
4,166
4,531
1,400
2,785
3,830
$113,477
14
15
16
17
18
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Upset
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Purchased by
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1941 Tax Sale.
Balance,
January
1st. 1941.
Total.
Redemptions and
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Balance,
December
31st, 1941.
Amount.
Per-
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Cities—XV.A 1       	
$60,052
78,625
$45,210
69,515
75.28
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$04,378
108,306
$109,588
177,821
$54,822
91,892
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Villages—XV.C
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$114,725
29,834
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$287,409
86,494
$146,714
57,562
$140,818
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$144,559
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$229,344
K373.903     1     $204,276
$169,750
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DECEMBER 31st, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Alberni 	
Armstrong	
Chilliwack	
Courtenay	
Cranbrook —
Cumberland..
Duncan 	
Enderby —
Fernie 	
Grand Forks .
Greenwood	
Kamloops	
Kaslo	
Kelowna ._	
Ladysmith	
Merritt.—	
Nanaimo	
Nelson _
New Westminster _
North Vancouver...
Port Alberni	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody	
Prince George	
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossland	
Salmon Arm.....	
Slocan	
Trail  	
Vernon 	
Victoria	
Totals .
Upset
Price.
276
785
58
1,240
2,133
582
1,099
1,840
230
1,042
212
976
2,202
3,959
7,928
3,770
4,597
1,024
1,653
2,109
2,571
1,436
629
645
3,014
1,211
11,974
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Municipality,
1941 Tax Sale.
Amount.
$242
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154
435
58
1,095
1,965
515
1,090
1,019
230
1,027
976
1,756
3,149
6,435
2,680
3,959
1,024
1,544
1,852
1.561
1,436
629
645
2,332
885
6,448
Percentage.
30.71
100.00
55.80
55.41
100.00
88.31
92.12
88.49
99.18
55.38
100.00
98.56
100.00
79.74
79.54
81.17
71.09
86.12
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93.40
87.81
60.72
100.00
100.00
100.00
77.37
73.08
53.85
$60,052
$45,210    |      75.28
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January
1st, 1941.
$632
377
54
1,312
904
1,497
588
343
3,777
245
565
2,540
574
2,680
16,270
4,834
1,696
2,263
1,391
2.809
5,152
898
621
289
609
11,458
Total.
$874
69
377
208
1,747
58
1,999
3,462
1,103
1,433
4,796
475
1,592
3,516
2,330
5,829
22,705
7,514
5,655
3,287
2,935
4,661
6,713
2,334
629
1,266
2,621
1,494
17,906
$64,378
$109,588
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other
Credits.
$632
377
54
1,312
904
1,497
588
343
3,758
245
701
2,315
510
2,869
7,382
4,834
1,696
2,263
1,391
2,809
4,300
1,065
621
609
11,458
Balance,
December
31st, 1941.
$242
69
154
435
58
1,095
1,965
515
1,090
1,038
230
891
1,201
1,820
2,960
15,323
2,680
3,959
1,024
1,544
1,852
2,413
1,269
629
645
2,332
885
6,448
$54,822
$54,766 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.        U 75
XV.A2.—TAX SALE LANDS, SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION, AS AT
DECEMBER 31st, 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Upset
Price.
Purchased by
Municipality,
1941 Tax Sale.
Balance,
January
1st, 1941.
Total.
Redemptions and
other
Credits.
Balance,
December
31st, 1941.
Amount.
Percentage.
$32,514
990
310
4,705
1,518
1,283
$32,369
693
99.55
70.00
100.00
17.79
96.96
100.00
89.56
81.72
87.92
100.00
92.96
8.59
77.07
50.95
100.00
98.07
53.01
100.00
70.84
51.64
88.16
72.57
94.51
$48,289
2,843
829
6,554
2,367
1,157
$80,658
3,536
829
11,259
2,637
2,401
$34,095
1,736
7,628
1,043
1,157
$46,563
1,800
829
4,705
270
1,244
3,631
Delta   	
1,594
1,244
649
383
4,083
2,309
649
830
6,323
3,324
325
212
4,203
2,391
324
Kent -     	
447
2,501
1,242
447
2,240
1,015
618
Langley -	
2,120
933
Mission  	
919
1,101
7,403
559
375
2,096
868
2,125
2,894
2,276
607
244
701
8,870
808
1,101
6,882
48
289
1,068
868
2,084
1,534
2,276
430
126
618
6,437
2,751
2,323
10,460
30
100
1,702
613
2.220
3,072
1,139
2,272
93
1,125
5,027
3,559
3,424
17,342
78
389
2,770
1,481
4,304
4,606
3,415
2,702
219
1,743
11,464
2,502
2,369
10,711
36
100
1,769
645
2,015
3,251
1,696
2,272
93
1,125
5,346
1,057
1,055
6,631
Oak Bay...   	
42
289
Penticton 	
1,001
836
2,289
Saanich  	
1,355
1,719
Spallumcheen 	
430
126
Summerland -	
618
6,118
Tadanac   -
2,077
1,963
5,916
7,879
5,172
2,707
Totals     	
$78,625
$69,615
88.41
$108,306
$177,821
$91,892
$85,929 U 76
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XV.B.—TAX SALE LANDS, NOT SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
Balance,
January 1st,
1941.
Acquired
during
Year.
1941 Taxes
on Prior
Purchases.
Total.
Sales and
Adjustments.
Balance,
December
31st, 1941.
Cities—XV.B1 	
$5,827,869
4,041,442
$37,916
49,004
$6,499
28,428
$5,872,284
4,118,874
$362,336
121,152
$5,509,948
Districts—XV.B2        	
3,997,722
Villages—XV.C	
2,501
Totals - 	
Vancouver	
$9,869,311
5,152,864
$86,920
63,230
$34,927
43,663
$9,991,158
5,259,757
$483,488
113,213
$9,510,171
5,146,544
Grand totals  	
$15,022,175
$150,150
$78,590
$15,250,915
$596,701
$14,656,715
XV.B1.—TAX SALE LANDS, NOT SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—CITIES.
Cities.
Balance,
January 1st,
1941.
Acquired
during
Year.
1941 Taxes
on Prior
Purchases.
Total.
Sales and
Adjustments.
Balance,
December
31st, 1941.
$27,615
11,634
14,389
2,345
13,938
$577
$111
$28,303
11,634
14,551
2,439
15,423
$2,198
145
2,463
1,078
1,364
$26,105
11,489
Chilliwack —	
125
32
1,185
37
62
300
12,088
1,361
14,059
64
12.905
88,917
61,698
40,261
42,479
13,100
29,064
16,688
81,652
48,771
24,706
522,646
1,223,154
59,258
257,140
222,241
296,860
502,300
61,912
3,778
7,548
10,223
1,943
100.420
2,028,220
64
14,063
90,216
62,312
40,649
43.689
13,648
29,554
16,688
83,741
49,145
25.826
527,921
1.227,898
60,444
259,682
223,146
299,829
506,600
62,421
3,778
7,548
10,844
2,232
101,029
2,036,967
64
56
3,820
945
154
3,979
95
1,625
1,458
2,144
1,373
1,022
34,147
54,093
3,054
5,683
3,636
10,967
72,809
1,325
130
904
965
566
343
907
446
396
254
334
48
45
303
102
94
14,007
86,396
61,367
40,495
39,710
13,553
27,929
15,230
81,597
47,772
24,804
493,774
1,173,805
57,390
253,999
219,510
288,862
433,791
61,096
3,648
7,548
10,844
1,747
97,849
1,888,123
Greenwood -	
Kamloops 	
Kaslo    	
2,089
374
1,120
4,174
3,631
397
1,455
905
2,322
4,300
437
1,101
1,113
789
1,087
North Vancouver  	
Port Coquitlam  .
Prince George - 	
647
Revelstoke  —-	
72
Slocan — 	
621
289
609
8,747
Trail	
485
3,180
148,844
Vernon	
Victoria 	
Totals 	
$5,827,869
$37,916
$6,499
$5,872,284
$362,336
$5,509,948 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.       U 77
XV.B2.—TAX SALE LANDS, NOT SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Balance,
January 1st,
1941.
Acquired
during
Year.
1941 Taxes
on Prior
Purchases.
Total.
Sales and
Adjustments.
Balance,
December
31st, 1941.
$2,025,797
688
1,733
63,770
13,204
152,088
60
14
2,722
20,045
21,823
10,870
12,220
15,666
1,330,048
57,592
14,804
59,095
7,074
56,065
10,499
12,204
308
1,057
26,343
35,052
$15,869
140
5,913
340
291
$10,943
650
$2,052,609
1,478
1,733
69,904
14,034
152,452
60
14
2,722
22,100
23,847
11,985
14,722
16,731
1,349,578
57,634
14,822
60,770
7,244
57,118
12,574
12,706
1,910
1,103
27,648
38,533
92,843
$57,767
478
1,500
6,969
874
14,576
$1,994,842
Chilliwhack               ....     	
1,000
233
221
490
73
62,935
Delta	
13,160
137,876
60
14
Kent
1,71,1,
2,71,6
1,263
3,758
1,742
1,260
37,365
7,108
450
7,812
50
7,543
61,927
1,132
4,466
Langley — — 	
2,055
1,568
1,115
2,502
1,065
6.709
36
13
622
141
822
1,819
502
1,257
24,845
456
22,584
8,227
12,980
15,471
12,821
6
5
1,053
29
231
256
1,312,213
Oak Bay	
50,526
14,372
52,958
7,194
49,575
64,501
11,574
345
46
180
623
1,910
215
1,125
5,943
888
1,125
2,858
26,523
32,590
90.601
2,242
18,638
74,205
Totals	
$4,041,442
$49,004
$28,428
$4,118,874
[     $121,152
$3,997,722
Figures in italics denote deductions.
XV.C—TAX SALE LANDS AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Subject to
Redemption.
Not Subject
to
Redemption.
Total.
$53
70
$606
980
218
2
695
$606
1.033
218
72
695
Totals.. - - —
$123
$2,501
$2,624  XVI.—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE OF LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX SALES TO 1941 ASSESSMENT.
U 79
Land.
Improvements.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
less
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements) .
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
.   Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements) .
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
Cities—XVI.A
$70,899,728
68,548,734
1,999,863
$12,939,920
12,516,373
28,490
18.25
18.26
1.42
$119,637,366
136,402,580
5,125,471
$1,065,030
595,984
2,805
0.89
0.44
0.05
$190,537,094
204,951,314
7,125,334
$14,004,950
13,112,357
31,295
7.35
6.40
0.44
$190,537,094
204,951,314
7,125,334
$135,481,083
156,396,633
5,750,861
71.10
76.31
80.71
$149,486,033
169,508,990
5,782,156
78.45
82.71
81.15
Districts—XVI.B....
Villages—XVI. C	
Totals	
Vancouver	
$141,448,325
149,209,850
$25,484,783
8,588,535
18.02
5.76
$261,165,417
221,071,710
$1,663,819     |           0.64
546,070                0.25
$402,613,742
370,281,560
$27,148,602
9,134,605
6.74
2.46
$402,613,742
370,281,560
$297,628,577
301,798,620
73.93
81.51
$324,777,179
310,933,225
80.67
83.97
Grand totals	
$290,658,175
$34,073,318
11.72
$482,237,127     |         $2,209,889
!
0.46
$772,895,302     |_.     $36,283,207     j           4.69
1                   !
$772,895,302
$599,427,197
77.56
$635,710,404
82.25
XVI.A.—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE OF LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS ACQUIRED  THROUGH TAX  SALES  TO  1941  ASSESSMENT—CITIES.
Cities.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
j   Percentage
Assessed
Value of
I    Land and
Improvements
j     acquired
! through Tax
i Sales to Total
Assessed
|       Value.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements).
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements) .
1. Alberni	
2. Armstrong	
3. Chilliwack	
4. Courtenay	
5. Cranbrook .	
6. Cumberland	
7. Duncan	
8. Enderby	
9. Fernie	
10. Grand Forks_	
11. Greenwood.	
12. Kamloops	
13. Kaslo	
14. Kelowna	
15. Ladysmith	
16. Merritt.....	
17. Nanaimo	
18. Nelson 	
19. New Westminster
20. North Vancouver..
21. Port Alberni	
22. Port Coquitlam......
23. Port Moody	
24. Prince George	
25. Prince Rupert	
26. Revelstoke	
27. Rossland	
28. Salmon Arm	
29. Slocan	
30. Trail	
31. Vernon	
32. Victoria	
Totals ,„
$386,178
386,648
822,955
401,736
623,283
137,472
489,416
321,293
504,481
569,555
199,037
2,050,493
218,955
1,576,817
323,230
745,259
2,036,188
1,892,414
12,330,798
6,133,872
1,043,721
1,369,564
999,663
1,851,787
3,555,700
913,020
486,732
349,769
80,820
1,634,730
1,548,369
24,915,773
$117,565
48,020
54,725
29,105
29,415
700
94,840
154,404
273,290
145,035
135,280
36,120
188,920
78,500
503,863
136,195
58,685
1,236,181
2,439,670
101,186
615,168
440,000
899,460
932,135
242,125
32,975
46,302
48,760
6,520
204,540
3,610,236
30.44
12.42
6.65
7.24
4.72
0.14
29.46
30.61
47.98
72.87
6.60
16.50
11.98
24.29 •
67.61
6.69
3.10
10.02
39.77
9.69
44.92
44.01
48.57
26.21
26.52
6.77
13.24
60.33
0.40
13.21
14.49
70,899,728
$12,939,920
18.25
$602,425
640,905
2,029,200
1,125,460
1,695,970
313,330
1,450,005
352,915
1,552,022
708,550
194,345
4,959,980
372,210
4,744,680
368,650
591,287
4,399,300
5,454,795
18,440,597
4,303,400
2,773,360
715,025
553,055
1,470,255
5,801,435
1,929,310
2,061,600
723,880
76,770
5,758,440
3,477,260
39,996,950
$4,700
2,300
!,050
16,590
226,229
2,620
40,469
4,130
15,040
7,350
35,000
14,220
18,740
9,660
90,217
25,375
1,330
550
4,870
110,760
14,200
3,700
1,370
9,730
397,830
0.73
0.11
4.70
14.58
0.37
20.82
0.08
4.04
0.15
9.49
2.40
0.42
0.18
0.49
0.59
0.05
0.08
0.33
1.91
0.74
0.18
0.19
12.67
$988,603
1,027,553
2,852,155
1,527,196
2,319,253
450,802
1,939,421
674,208
2,056,503
1,278,105
393,382
7,010,473
591,165
6,321,497
691,880
1,336,546
6,435,488
7,347,209
30,771,395
10,437,272
3,817,081
2,084,589
1,552,718
3,322,042
9,357,135
2,842,330
2,548,332
1,073,649
157,590
7,393,170
5,025,629
64,912,723
$117,565
52,720
57,025
29,105
37,465
700
111,430
380,633
275,910
185,504
139,410
51,160
196,270
113,500
518,083
154,935
68,345
1,326,398
2,465,045
102,516
615,718
440,000
904,330
1,042,895
256,325
36,675
47,672
58,490
6,520
204,540
4,008,066
11.89
5.13
2.00
1.91
1.61
0.04
16.53
18.51
21.59
47.16
1.99
8.65
3.10
16.40
38.76
2.41
0.93
4.31
23.62
2.69
29.54
28.34
27.22
11.15
9.02
1.44
4.44
37.12
0.09
4.07
6.17
$988;
1,027
2,852,
1,527,
2,319,
450,
1,939,
674,
2,056,
1,278,
393,
7,010,
591,
6,321,
691,
1,336,
6,435,
7,347,
30,771,
10,437,
3,817,
2,084,
1,552,
3,322,
9,357,
2,842,
2,548,
1,073,
157,
7,393,
5,025,
64,912,
,603
553
155
196
253
802
421
208
503
,105
,382
,473
,165
,497
,880
,546
,488
,209
,395
,272
,081
,589
,718
,042
,135
,330
332
649
590
170
629
723
$775,
745,
2,441
1,348,
1,905
345,
1,680,
424,
1,125,
780,
142,
5,869,
383,
5,343,
545,
696,
5,668,
6,047,
21,326,
5,848,
3,070,
1,240,
1,042,
1,961,
4,896,
2,046,
2,167,
847,
94;
6,515,
3,916,
44,236,
,243
103
,355
251
,983 j
652 |
271 |
,908 |
,738 |
,155 ;
,388 j
,283 ;
,764 j
,927 |
,030 J
,583 j
,488 ;
,124 |
,245 |
,497 |
,183 |
,578 j
,290 |
,849 J
no ;
,755 j
462 |
807 |
295 ]
900 |
979 |
887 I
78.42
72.51
85.60
88.28
82.18
76.67
86.64
63.02
54.74
61.04
36.19
83.72
64.92
84.54
78.78
52.12
88.08
82.30
69.31
56.03
80.43
59.51
67.13
59.06
52.32
72.01
85.05
78.96
59.83
88.13
77.94
68.15
797,823
2,498,380
1,377,356
1,943,448
345,652*
1,680,971
536,338
1,506,371
1,056,065
327,892
6,008,693
434,924
5,540,197
658,530
1,214,666
5,823,423
6,115,469
22,652,643
8,313,542
3,172,699
1,856,296
1,482,290
2,866,179
5,939,005
2,303,080
2,204,137
895,479
152,785
6,522,420
4,121,519
48,244,953
$119,637,366  |   $1,065,030  |    0.89
$190,537>094
$14,004,950
8190,537,094
$135,481,0
71.10
$149,486,033
90.31
77.64
87.60
90.19
83.79
76.67
86.68
79.55
73.25
82.63
83.35
85.71
73.57
87.64
95.18
90.88
90.49
83.23
73.62
79.6~5
83.12
89.05
95.47
86.28
63.47
81.03
86.49
83.40
96.95
88.22
82.01
74.32
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U 81
-DISTRICTS.
Land.
Improvements.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
less
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements).
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements).
Districts.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of -
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
1    Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
: Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
$13,299,290
3,412,023
621,552
1,545,152
3,539,508
2,103,895
142,730
148,630
805,215
2,359,399
1,612,794
1,327,790
773,434
1,227,880
6,130,711
3,428,560
250,335
2,061,370
691,380
4,946,662
4,059,369
826,692
1,556,740
872,020
1,083,932
5,409,206
193,136
4,119,329
$5,698,895
8,970
13,255
355,446
45,719
655,660
1,254
35
1,329
70,575
68,405
86,474
71,913
76,145
3,549,549
81,800
62,853
161,029
9,090
291,401
323,015
69,195
2,345
1,383
49,073
296,915
42.85
0.26
2.13
23.00
1.29
31.16
0.88
0.02
0.17
2.99
4.24
6.51
9.30
6.20
57.90
2.39
25.11
7.81
1.31
5.89
7.96
8.37
0.15
0.16
4.53
5.49
11.28
$13,990,120
2,657,260
311,560
7,412,000
2,117,630
10,512,270
639,878
282,580
615,315
2,935,885
2,606,987
2,635,765
5,786,418
2,719,245
2,888,690
9,822,880
172,710
4,465,395
456,060
4,450,132
11,271,417
958,930
460,005
653,410
1,875,274
4,896,994
32,530,590
6,277,180
$292,490
700
2.09
0.03
0.27
0.02
0.08
0.52
0.34
1.62
0.78
0.11
3.98
0.87
0.13
0.17
0.16
0.22
0.59
0.01
0.02
0.23
0.16
0.09
$27,289,410
6,069,283
933,112
8,957,152
5,657,138
12,616,165
782,608
431,210
1,420,530
5,295,284
4,219,781
3,963,555
6,559,852
3,947,125
9,019,401
13,251,440
423,045
6,526,765
1,147,440
9,396,794
15,330,786
1,785,622
2,016,745
1,525,430
2,959,206
10,306,200
32,723,726
10,396,509
$5,991,385
9,670
13,255
355,446
51,539
658,310
1,254
35
1,829
85,875
77,247
129,265
116,947
79,145
3,664,434
81,800
64,353
166,829
9,890
298,601
347,883
74,865
2,395
1,533
53,403
304,804
21.96
0.16
1.42
3.97
0.91
5.22
0.16
0.01
0.13
1.62
1.83
3.26
1.78
2.01
40.63
0.62
15.21
2.55
0.86
3.18
2.27
4.19
0.12
0.10
1.81
2.96
4.52
$27,289,410
6,069,283
933,112
8,957,152
5,657,138
12,616,165
782,608
431,210
1,420,530
5,295,284
4,219,781
3,963,555
6,559,852
3,947,125
9,019,401
13,251,440
423,045
6,526,765
1,147,440
9,396,794
15,330,786
1,785,622
2,016,745
1,525,430
2,959,206
10,306,200
32,723,726
10,396,509
$17,842,480
5,880,313
918,992
2,231,561
5,378,559
2,916,725
781,354
394,370
1,378,412
5,105,074
4,016,989
3,730,228
6,410,731
3,769,785
4,260,755
12,748,040
319,197
5,810,525
1,006,950
8,604,822
13,558,859
1,674,367
2,008,390
1,494,372
2,780,543
'     9,396,770
22,723,726
9,253,744
65.38
96.89
98.49
24.91
95.08
23.12
99.84
91.46
97.03
96.41
95.19
94.11
97.73
95.50
47.24
96.20
75.45
89.03
87.76
91.57
88.44
93.77
99.58
97.96
93.96
91.17
69.44
89.01
$23,833,865
5,889,983
932,247
2,587,007
5,430,098
3,575,0-35
782,608
394,405
1,380,241 *
5,190,949
4,094,236
3,859,493
6,527,678
3,848,930
7,925,189
12,829,840
383,550
5,977,354
1,016,840
8,903,423
13,906,742
1,749,232
2,010,785
1,495,905
2,833,946
9,701,574
22,723,726
9,724,109
87.34
97.05
99.91
28.88
95.99
28.34
100.00
91.47
97.16
98.03
97.02
97.37
99.51
97.51
87.87
96.82
90.66
91.58
88.62
94.75
90.71
97.96
99.70
98.06
95.77
94.13
69.44
93.53
1
2   Chilliwhack
2
3
4
5   Delta
5,820
2,650
5
6
7
8
9. Kent	
500
15,300
8,842
42,791
45,034
3,000
114,885
9
10
11. Maple Ridge
11
12. Matsqui
12
13
14. North Cowichan	
15. North Vancouver	
16   Oak Bay
14
15
16
17. Peachland
1,500
5,800
80,0
7,200
24,868
5,670
50
150
4,330
7,889
17
18
19. Pitt Meadows
19
20. Richmond	
21. Saanich 	
22. Salmon Arm
20
21
22
23. Spallumcheen	
24. Sumas          ~        	
23
24
25. Summerland	
26. Surrey	
27   Tadanac
25
26
?7
28. West Vancouver	
464,650
5,715
470,365
28
Totals 	
$68,548,734
$12,516,373
18.26
$136,402,580
$595,984
0.44
$204,951,314
$13,112,357
6.40
$204,951,314
$156,396,633
76.31
$169,508,990
82.71 U 83
XVI.C—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE  OF LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS ACQUIRED   THROUGH TAX SALES TO 1941 ASSESSMENT—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Land.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Imp tovements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Land and Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed Value
(Land and
Improvements).
Total
Assessments
less
Exemptions.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
to Total
Assessed
Value (Land
and Improvements).
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Percentage
Total Assessments less
Exemptions
other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Im
provemen ts).
1. Abbotsford    .
2. Burns Lake	
3. Chapman Camp _
4. Creston	
5. Dawson Creek	
6. Gibsons Landing
7. Hope	
8. McBride	
9. Mission	
10. New Denver	
11. Pouce Coupe	
12. Quesnel	
13. Silverton	
14. Smithers	
15. Stewart	
16. Terrace	
17. Tofino 	
18. Vanderhoof	
19. Williams Lake ...
Totals	
$123,278
34,045
24,768
209,070
24,450
42,132
142,190
51,889
488,613
39,194
13,850
152,660
17,675
215,155
202,269
75,090
20,672
36,853
86,010
$1,999,863
$1,588
1,965
4,175
12,650
275
300
7,388
$28,490
1.29
5.77
2.94
2.59
0.18
0.14
3.65
1.42
$308,450
167,685
267,650
638,975
247,453
56,950
142,880
174,035
849,835
100,425
134,216
455,865
73,990
519,390
278,667
129,200
95,870
172,175
311,760
5,125,471
$150
0.09
2,655
$2,805
$431,728
201,730
292,418
848,045
271,903
.99,082
285,070
225,924
1,338,448
139,619
148,066
608,525
91,665
734,545
480,936
204,290
116,542
209,028
397,770
$7,125,334
$1,588
2,115
4,175
15,305
275
300
149
$31,295
0.37
1.05
1.46
1.14
0.04
1.54
0.13
$431,728
201,730
292,418
848,045
271,903
99,082
285,070
225,924
1,338,448
139,619
148,066
608,525
91,665
734,545
480,936
204,290
116,542
209,028
397,770
$7,125,334
$412,840
117,805
292,343
676,890
244,488
96,422
242,792
187,027
1,127,288
99,629
102,666
412,605
67,530
516,700
384,670
170,170
100,323
158,528
340,145
95.62
58.40
99.97
79.82
89.92
97.31
85.17
82.78
84.22
71.36
69.34
67.80'
73.67
70.34
79.98
83.30
86.05
75.84
85.51
$5,750,861
80.71
$414,
119,
292,
676,
244,
96,
246,
187,
1,142,
99,
102,
412,
67,
517,
392,
170,
100,
158,
340,
,428
,920
,343
,890
,488
,422
,967
027
,593
629
,666 j
,880 |
530 |
000 j
058 |
170 |
472 |
528 |
,145 {
$5,782,156
95.99
59.45
99.97
79.82
89.92
97.31
86.63
82.78
85.36
71.36
69.34
67.85
73.67
70.38
81.52
83.30
86.21
75.84
85.51
81.15
10
11
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14
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16
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Area in Acres.
Population,
1941 Census.
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42,907
51,045
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Districts.
Area in Acres.
Population,
1941 Census.
22,218
43,000
17,051
37,204
80,818
1,500
390
3,651
45,600
78,748
78,000
54,145
73,000
35,000
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2,552
3,520
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12,000
35,000
36,267
46,000
65,000
34,000
12,000
85,000
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30,242
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3,646
551
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7,686
6,465
5,543
2,700
4,542
5,901
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419
5,743
1,101
10,296
20,469
1,754
1,916
2,431
2,003
15,302
466
8,324
Totals	
970,885
168,635
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Villages.
Area in Acres.
Population,
1941 Census.
160
154
75
430
89
60
1,200
240
821
124
109
295
95
950
790
320
440
220
324
541
211
514
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509
271
512
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230
1,940
309
244
647
204
757
436
349
Tofino      	
239
342
521
Totals	
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XX.—DOMICILIATION OF DEBENTURE DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
Issued, sold,
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Issued and
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Canada only—
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8,739,696
30,207
$210,517
49,000
$17,180
$14,252,660
8,788,696
30,207
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12,319,851
$259,517
$17,180
4,231,579
$23,071,563
16,551,430
$35,114,717
$259,517
$4,248,759
$39,622,993
London   (England)   only—
$7,379,266
$7,379,266
Totals                   '~
$7,379,266
26,126,549
$7,379,266
26,126,549
$33,505,815
$33,505,815
London   (England)   and Canada—
$3,950,029
991,300
$3,950,029
991,300
Totals . ..            _ _	
$4,941,329
5,634,154
$4,941,329
5,634,154
$10,575,483
$10,575,483
New York only—
Totals    -           - - - -	
New York and Canada-
$3,879,030
187,205
$3,879,030
187,205
$4,066,235
17,791,628
$4,066,235
17,791,628
$21,857,863
$21,857,863
London   (England), New York, and Canada—
$2,527,181
2,013,500
$2,527,181
2,013,500
$4,540,681
2,918,573
$4,540,681
2,918,573
$7,459,254
$7,459,254
	
Others   (specify) —
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$1,100
$1,100
$1,100
$1,100
$1,100
Totals—
$31,761,569
11,931,701
30,207
$210i,517
49,000
$17,180
$31,989,266
11,980,701
30,207
$43,723,477
64,790,755
$259,517
$17,180
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$44,000,174
69,022,334
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i  REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1941.       U 97
Victoria, B.C., October 15th, 1942.
E. H. Bridgman, Esq.,
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Sir,—Projects for which loans had been approved by the Dominion as at December
31st, 1940, under " The Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," have all been
completed. Debentures in respect of those projects uncompleted as at December 31st,
1940, were issued during 1941.
The projects uncompleted as at December 31st, 1940, were:—
City municipalities—
Armstrong   $11,800.00
Prince George      25,000.00
 ■     $36,800.00
District municipalities—
Coquitlam   $10,000.00
West Vancouver  100,000.00
110,000.00
Total  $146,800.00
Three of the beforementioned municipalities did not use all the money made
available and, in consequence, the loans were respectively reduced by the following
amounts:—
City municipalities—
Armstrong       $308.95
Prince George   6,250.00
  $6,558.95
District municipalities—
Coquitlam       1,600.00
Total  $8,158.95
The following summarizes the activities under the terms of " The Municipal
Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," within the Province of British Columbia as at
December 31st, 1941 :—
Total  applications  approved  by the  Dominion  as  at
December 31st, 1940  $2,138,935.00
Deduct amount available not used—
As above  $8,158.95
Previously reported   16,018.35
  24,177.30
$2,114,757.70
Debentures issued—
1939   $182,000.00
1940   1,794,116.65
1941     138,641.05
$2,114,757.70
Details of debentures issued are shown in Schedule XXIII.
This Department has been advised by the Deputy Minister of Finance for the
Dominion that all half-snarly payments due the Dominion, December 31st, 1941, and
June 30th and July 1st, 1942, have been received by him.
B. C. BEACEWELL,
Supervisor of Municipalities. U 98
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
" THE MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS ASSISTANCE ACT, 1938."
SCHEDULE.
XXIII.—DEBENTURES ISSUED IN FAVOUR OF THE DOMINION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1941.
Incorporated Name.
City municipalities—
Corporation   of  the  City  of
Alberni ...
City of Armstrong	
The Corporation of the City
of Grand Forks	
The Corporation of the City
of Nanaimo	
Corporation   of  the  City  of
Port Alberni	
City of Prince George.—	
City of Prince Rupert	
Corporation   of the  City  of
Salmon Arm 	
The Corporation of the City
of Trail 	
District municipalities—
The Corporation of the District of Coquitlam.	
The Corporation of the District of Penticton	
The Corporation of the District of Saanich 	
The Corporation of the District of Summerland..-	
The Corporation of the District of Surrey —
Corporation of the District
of West Vancouver	
Improvement districts—
Annable-Warfield Waterworks and Sewerage District   —	
Connaught Heights Waterworks District _	
Grandview Waterworks District   	
Westview Light, Power, and
Waterworks District	
Other agencies—
City of Vancouver 	
The Greater Vancouver
Water District 	
Totals .
Maximum Loan *
authorized.
$10,000.00
11,800.00
11,000.00
200,000.00
66,000.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
16,000.00
130,000.00
$508,800.00
$10,000.00
41,000.00
40,635.00
154,000.00
12,500.00
100,000.00
358,135.00
$44,000.00
40,000.00
8,000.00
40,000.00
132,000.00
$390,000.00
750,000.00
1,140,000.00
$2,138,935.00
Issue to cover Amount
used.
$10,000.00
11,491.05
11,000.00
200,000.00
66,000.00
18,750.00
40,000.00
15,000.00
130,000.00
June 30,
June 30,
Dec.  31,
June 30,
June 30,
June 30,
June 30,
June 30,
Dec. 31,
$502,241.05
$8,400.00
41,000.00
39,224.15
140,192.50
12,500.00
100,000.00
341,316.65
$44,000.00
39,200.00
8,000.00
40,000.00
131,200.00
$390,000.00
750,000.00
Date of
Issue.
1940
1941
1939
1940
1940
1941
1940
1940
1939
Dec. 31, 1941
Dec. 31, 1939
June 30, 1940
June 30, 1940
Dec. 31, 1940
June 30, 1941
June 30, 1940
June 30, 1940
June 30, 1940
June 30, 1940
June 30, 1940
Ian.    1, 1940
1,140,000.00
$2,114,757.70
Date of
Final
Payment.
June 30, 1950
June 30, 1956
Dec. 31, 1949
June 30, 1955
June 30, 1960
June 30, 1956
June 30, 1970
June 30, 1970
Dec. 31, 1959
Dec. 31, 1956
Dec. 31, 1959
June 30, 1960
June 30, 1965
Dec. 31, 1955
June 30, 1966
Dec. 31, 1960
June 30, 1970
June 30, 1960
June 30, 1955
June 30, 1960
Jan.    1, 1965
Semiannual
Amortization.
$554.15
445.26
609.57
6,968.00
2,010.07
726.53
889.78
333.67
3,959.23
325.48
1,248.68
1,194.60
3,576.70
484.35
2,551.27
1,340.05
871.98
243.64
1,549.92
11,877.68
19,134.55
$60,895.16
VICTORIA, B.C. :
Printed by Ciiabi.es F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1942.
925-1042-9915

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