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:B
REPORT
of the
Comptroller-General
OF   THE   PROVINCE   OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
1942-1943
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE "AUDIT ACT,'
CHAPTER 19, R.S.B.C. 1936
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Chaiu.es F. Baxfiet.d, Printer to the King's Must Excellent Majesty.
1943.
m
=®  To His Honour William Culham Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of
the Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the "Audit Act," chapter
19, R.S.B.C. 1936.
Respectfully submitted.
JOHN HART,
Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance,
Victoria, 4th February, 1943. Victoria, 4th February, 1943.
Hon. John Hart,
Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the "Audit Act," chapter 19, R.S.B.C.
1936, as follows :—
(A.)  Statement of Treasury Board Overrulings (section 35).
(B.)   Statement of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their
Appropriations (clause (b) of section 36).
(C.)   Statement  of  Payments  charged  against  1942-43  Appropriations
which did not occur within the Period of the Account (clause (e) of section 36).
(D.)   Statement of Special Warrants issued (subsection (4) of section 24).
(E.)  Statement showing the Revenue and Expenditures for the First Nine
Months of the Present Fiscal Year, viz., from 1st April to 31st December, 1942
(clause (a) of section 42) :—
(1.)  Revenue.
(2.)   Expenditure (charged to Income).
(3.)   Expenditure (charged to Loans).
(4.)   Unemployment Relief Fund—Appropriations.
(5.)  Unemployment Relief Fund—Expenditure.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. A. CRAIG, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT.
(A.)
TREASURY BOARD OVERRULINGS.
Nil. AA 6
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
(B.)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED
31st MARCH, 1942.
STATEMENT of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their Appropriations from
1st April, 1941, to 31st March, 1942, and for which Overexpenditure the Sanction of
Parliament is required.
Vote
No.
Service.
Total
Appropriation.
Total
Expenditure.
Over-
expended.
Public Debt.
1
$315,000.00
$518,112.76
$203,112.76
Department of Agriculture.
7
55,079.00
103,745.00
7,500.00
55,174.95
110,505.73
8,009.07
95.95
9
6,760.73
11
509.07
Department of the Attorney-General.
37
232,681.20
234,397.93
1,716.73
Department of Education.
45
3,270.00
40,697.00
5,857.68
49,581.87
2,587.68
8,884.87
52
Department of Finance.
74
84,250.00
86,046.61
1,796.61
Department of Labour.
90
3,025.00
3,094.15
69 15
Department of Lands.
96
Land Settlement Board    	
Department of Mines.
11,062.50
11,086.94
24.44
125
Sampling Plant             	
4,000.00
4,772.73
772 73
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
129
50,925.00
6,655.00
48,365.00
41,910.00
608,771.82
65,668.00
51,048.90
6,714.78
48,492.25
42,437.41
620,928.55
66,583.85
123 90
141
Collections Office           	
59 78
148
127 25
149
Vital Statistics Division               	
527 41
150
Division of Tuberculosis Control      .	
12,156.73
915.85
155
Provincial Infirmary, Marpole       _	
$1,682,604.52
$1,922,846.16
$240,241.64 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
AA 7
(C.)
STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS CHARGED AGAINST 1942-43 APPROPRIATIONS
WHICH DID NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE PERIOD OF THE ACCOUNT.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
3
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
37
38
39
39
39
40
72
72
75a
77
82
97
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
105
106
109
115
119
121
121
125
139b
139b
142
142
142
144b
144b
146
146
Mar., 1942
Mar., 1942
Mar., 1942
Oct., 1941.
Mar., 1942
Mar., 1942.
Mar., 1942..
Feb., 1942...
Mar., 1942..
Mar., 1942.
Mar., 1942..
June-Aug., 1938	
Oct., 1941;  Feb., 1942
Feb., 1942	
Feb., 1942 	
Feb., 1942	
June-July, 1941	
Nov.-Dec, 1941	
Dec, 1941-Jan., 1942..
Feb., 1942. 	
Feb., 1942	
Jan.-Feb., 1942	
Feb., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942.. 	
Mar., 1942	
Oct., 1941 	
Mar., 1942 	
Oct., 1940  -.-.
Sept., 1941.  	
Mar., 1942. 	
Feb., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Feb., 1942 .--
Feb., 1942 	
May, 1940	
June 1941	
Jan., 1942 .
Dec, 1941-Mar., 1942 .
June, 1941  -
Oct., 1940..
Oct.-Nov., 1940;  Oct.,
1941	
Nov., 1941	
June, 1941	
Mar., 1942.- - -
Mar., 1942  -
Jan., 1942  	
Feb., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Aug., 1941	
Mar., 1942	
Oct., 1941. 	
Dec, 1941	
Feb., 1942  	
May, 1941	
July, 1941	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd 	
Commissioner, B.C. Police	
Commissioner, B.C. Police	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd  	
S. B. Hamilton, Government Agent
at Duncan  	
King's Printer	
King's Printer	
Imperial Oil, Ltd...
Postmaster, Salmo	
Government Agent, Revelstoke..
Government Agent, Vernon	
C. K. Mackenzie-
Jessie Mclnnis.—
Lois B. Davies.	
Robert Parmley..
R. B. White __	
A. H. J. Swencisky 	
Canadian Bank of Commerce_
Canadian Bank of Commerce..
T. W. Glaholm	
Westminster Supply Co	
Stewart-Mcintosh  	
Sundry .
Burns Lake Hardware and Garage..
Hoskins Garage „ 	
King's Printer  	
King's Printer  	
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.
McLennan, McFeely & Prior..
Pantorium Dye Works  _.
Pantorium Dye Works	
Ruddy Motors, Ltd  	
George H. Wall  	
Begg Parts Depot  .	
Begg Motor Co., Ltd	
Central Lumber Co	
B. R. Ciceri & Co. ....
Dendoff-Springs
Reed-Prentice of B.C., Ltd	
Vancouver Barge Transportation..
Department of Public Works	
Pantorium Dye Works  	
Pantorium Dye Works	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd	
Canadian Liquid Air Co	
Newell & Chandler, Ltd __
Newell & Chandler, Ltd	
Copp, Clark Co., Ltd 	
Northern Electric Co., Ltd.-
Office Specialty Manufacturing Co.—
Columbia Funeral Service	
Commissioner, B.C. Police	
S. L. Williams  	
Children's Aid Society 	
Children's Aid Society	
B.C. Drugs, Ltd 	
B.C. Drugs, Ltd  	
Supplies	
Postage stamps-
Postage 	
Furniture	
Postage   and   longdistance calls 	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Servicing    Police
launch	
Postage	
Supplies	
Postage    and    telegrams  	
Travelling expenses .
Services	
Services	
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Exchange	
Exchange	
Commission	
Supplies	
Advertising	
Pay-list  	
Repairs, supplies	
Repairs, supplies	
Supplies — 	
Supplies — 	
Supplies, repairs	
Supplies 	
Cleaning	
Cleaning	
Tire 	
Gasoline and tire	
Repairs	
Repairs	
Supplies  	
Tires 	
Repairs	
Supplies	
Freight	
Supplies	
Cleaning. 	
Cleaning 	
Dictionary	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies  	
Almanac	
Desk lamp	
Card trays	
Services	
Transportation	
Professional services
Travelling expenses
Travelling expenses
Supplies	
Supplies	
$4.79
.16
1.25
207.00
3.50
4.75
3.75
13.25
.88
2.39
6.74
21.05
9.50
4.90
6.00
15.00
48.00
70.41
230.46
2.50
11.85
225.00
245.89
31.77
109.88
35.65
57.62
106.86
6.07
2.50
2.50
18.12
35.58
.75
86.40
12.03
110.07
2.00
1.83
2.86
35.90
40.00
132.50
2.75
24.25
38.32
35.00
5.26
1.74
6.99
45.00
1.10
2.00
10.00
133.45
5.41
16.35 AA 8
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
Statement of Payments charged against 1942-43 Appropriations—Continued.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
146
148
148
149
149a
149a
149a
149b
149b
149e
149e
150
150
150
150
151c
151c
151c
151F
153a
154
157
161
161
161
161
161
161
162
162
162
162
162
162
163
163
163
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
164
166
166
166
166
166
166
166
Nov., 1940	
Mar., 1942	
Feb., 1942	
Dec, 1941-Jan., 1942 ...
Feb., 1942 	
Mar., 1942	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
June, 1939; Nov., 1940
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Sept., 1939; Nov-
Dec, 1940	
Mar.,1940 	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Nov., 1941-Mar., 1942..
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942  __
Mar., 1942 	
Oct., 1940 	
Jan.-June, 1941 _
Oct., 1941 	
Mar., 1942 	
Mar., 1942 	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Dec, 1941 	
Aug., 1939 -- 	
Aug., 1939	
Jan., 1940	
July, 1941.	
Jan.-Mar., 1942 	
Feb., 1942	
Mar., 1942 	
Aug.,1941  	
Dec, 1940 	
Jan., 1942 	
1941  	
Dec, 1941	
Mar., 1941  	
Mar., 1942....- 	
Mar., 1942  	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942. 	
Feb., 1942  ..	
Feb., 1942  	
Mar., 1942 	
July and Dec, 1940;
Jan.-Feb., 1941	
Dec, 1940	
Sept., 1941  	
Oct., 1941.  	
Oct., 1941  	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Oct., 1941	
Mar., 1942	
Nov., 1941.....	
Oct., 1941  	
Mar., 1942 	
Feb., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Feb., 1942	
Oct., 1941 	
July,1941 	
Aug., 1941-Mar., 1942
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd	
King's Printer 	
P. J. Mackay	
Mallery Drug Store	
Eastman Photographic, Ltd.
A. B. Hall 	
Dr. G. A. Roberts	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd 	
Kootenay Lake General Hospital..
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd...
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd...
Dr. R. B. Brummitt ...
Dr. L. M. Greene	
Royal Columbian Hospital.
Royal Columbian Hospital-
Columbia Funeral Service..
B. C. Stevens Co., Ltd	
Stevens Companies 	
Hudson's Bay Co	
Drs. Clarke & Clark	
Kelly-Douglas & Co.....
Dr. A. E.Kydd.
Deputy Minister of Finance	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd.	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd 	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd.	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd	
Madill Garage Co. 	
Collisons, Ltd  	
Deputy Minister of Finance	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd. 	
Northern Electric Co.  	
Remington-Rand, Ltd	
Corporation of City of Victoria .
Kirk Coal Co	
Standard Furniture Co 	
Woodward Stores	
Willard Equipment, Ltd	
G. Hamilton .	
British-American Oil Co.	
Vancouver Shipyards  	
Acme Automotive Supply 	
Canadian National Express	
Edward T. Cliffe 	
Edward T. Cliffe	
Deputy Minister of Finance	
International Harvester Co	
International Harvester Co	
Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir..
F. Drewe Pratt	
Flora E. Tweedie  .._
Township of Chilli whack.....
Frank Dumontel	
Frank Dumontel 	
B.C. Electric Railway 	
B.C. Electric Railway	
B.C. Telephone Co.—-	
Canadian General Electric .
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd.. ...
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd.	
Gordon Harris   	
Dictionary 	
Supplies	
Services	
Supplies  	
Rental of film	
Professional services
Professional services
Furniture 	
Office rent 	
Furniture	
Almanac  	
Professional services
Professional services
Medicines  and  telephone -— 	
Meals  	
Services  —	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Travelling expenses..
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Storage — -
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Machines	
Taxes  	
Fuel  _
Carpet 	
Supplies  —
Mower 	
Lumber — 	
Supplies	
Plans of ferry 	
Valves - —
Express charges	
Freight	
F reight  	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Compensation   for
land    -
Gravel 	
Dredge-hire 	
Pay-list	
Pay-list  	
Installing stop-cocks
Supplies  	
Services	
Services  	
Repairs	
Cushion 	
Rental  _
$21.00
1,038.00
5.00
5.28
2.00
14.00
24.00
19.25
180.00
86.60
6.00
12.00
17.00
1.60
5.00
480.00
90.00
169.14
73.90
5.00
12.11
75.00
3.00
30.00
30.00
11.25
13.20
2.30
128.55
7.50
29.15
5.62
772.77
433.80
12.25
91.20
189.67
2,240.00
55.86
366.63
300.00
28.62
.81
3.25
3.89
30.11
7.69
7.69
46.87
145.00
248.35
135.00
61.20
32.40
20.00
.09
190.83
5.47
6.00
6.00
200.00 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
AA 9
Statement of Payments charged against 1942-43 Appropriations—Continued.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
166
166
166
166
166
166
166
166
166
166
166
171
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Feb., 1942 .._■_	
Mar., 1942	
Dec, 1940	
Dec, 1940	
Feb., 1940 	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Sept., 1941	
Mar., 1942  	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Jan., 1942	
1941 	
Mar., 1942	
June, 1941	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942...... 	
Jan., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Nov., 1940-Mar., 1942
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
July, 1939	
Mar., 1942 	
Mar., 1942 	
Feb.-Mar., 1942	
Dec, 1941-Feb., 1942.
Feb., 1942	
Feb.-Mar., 1942	
Oct., 1941-Feb., 1942...
Mar., 1942 	
Mar., 1942— 	
Mar., 1942 	
Jan., 1942..  	
Feb., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942  	
Dec, 1941 	
Mar., 1942	
Nov., 1940-Mar., 1942
Mar., 1942	
Jan.-Mar., 1942	
Dec, 1941 	
Mar., 1942	
Mar., 1942 	
Jan., 1942	
Mar., 1942 	
Dec, 1941-Mar., 1942.
Dec, 1941-
Mar., 1942-
Mar., 1942-
H. J. McCreary	
Charles E. MacKenzie..
Northern Electric Co...
Northern Electric Co...
Northern Electric Co...
Pendozi Holding Co..
Restmore Manufacturing Co., Ltd..
Seymour Roofing Co	
A. H. Stevens	
Victoria Baggage Co	
Corporation of City of Victoria..
Begg Motor Co., Ltd  	
Hudson's Bay Co  	
J. V. Rewers 	
James Turnbull, J.P	
Elisha Mayfield	
Chas. F. McHardy .
Corporation of City of Kaslo 	
Corporation of City of Vancouver..
B. R. Ciceri & Co. 	
A. C. Benson Shipyard..
City of Armstrong	
Dr. D. M. Black	
City Drug & Stationery Co._
Fleury's Pharmacy..
Kimberley Hospital Society...
Dr. A. E. Kydd	
Dr. H. McGregor	
Dr. M. D. McKichan 	
Princeton Drug and Book Store	
Dr. R. Ford Verrinder __   	
Corporation of City of Victoria	
P. B. Willits & Co., Ltd	
P. B. Willits & Co., Ltd	
Drs. R. J. Wride and Paul Phillips ....
Corporation of City of Vancouver	
Corporation of City of Vancouver-
Corporation of City of Kaslo	
City of Prince Rupert   	
Corporation of City of Kaslo._	
Children's Aid Society of Vancouver
Kelowna Hospital Society —	
St. John Hospital  	
Northern Electric Co., Ltd 	
Collisons, Ltd...
Schofield's Transfer..
Schofield's Transfer-
Union Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd.
Union Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd.
Material..
Repairs...
Supplies..
Supplies-
Supplies..
Rental —
Beds	
Repairs ...
Rental-
Freight charges..
Taxes	
Repairs..
Parts for range	
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Rental  	
" E " Direct Relief—
" E " Direct Relief—
" G "  Non-contributory	
" H " Supervision	
" J " Direct Relief—
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
Direct Relief	
J " Direct Relief	
J " Direct Relief	
J " Direct Relief	
J " Direct Relief	
R " Direct Relief	
Direct Relief ...
Unemployables
Unemployables
Japanese	
Internees	
"R'
«TJ.
"U'
"X'
" Y'
" Y " Internees.	
" Z " Mennonites	
Supplies (Aircraft
Mechanics " C "
Account)	
War Emergency
Training (" C "
Account)  	
War Emergency
Training (" C "
Account)	
War Emergency
Training (" C "
Account)	
War Emergency
Training (" C "
Account)	
War Emergency
Training (" C "
Account)	
$739.32
23.80
6.48
5.90
25.98
150.00
36.00
93.85
18.00
45.00
226.45
17.45
20.80
10.00
2.50
5.00
35.00
1,261.28
20.93
53.28
308.63
2.31
10.00
4.80
2.00
14.25
62.50
14.50
13.75
7.00
16.00
2.00
1.50
2.48
5.00
1.72
3.45
658.36
40.00
30.00
49.58
4.85
34.40
11.82
7.11
6.84
60.00
12.39
7.64
$14,733.33 AA 10
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
(D.)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SESSIONS
OF 1941-42 AND 1943.
Date of
Approval.
No. of
Warrant.
Service.
Amount of
Warrant.
Expenditure.
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1942.
Department of the Attorney-General.
Feb. 24, 1942
11
Compensation   allowance   to    Frank   Gardecki   for
$1,500.00
$1,500.00
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 1943.
Department of Agriculture.
May 18, 1942
4
Additional claims for transportation subsidy on eggs
4,953.60
4,953.60
Department of the Attorney-General.
April 22, 1942 —
July 6, 1942 	
2
5
10
Grants for air-raid precautions work	
Settlement of claim of Morey Duprey re collision in
which an automobile driven by a Provincial Con-
30,000.00
2,500.00
6,074.32
15,000.00
2,500.00
Nov. 13, 1942
Fees and expenses of W. H. M. Haldane as Commissioner under the " Departmental Inquiries Act "....
6,074.32
Department of Finance.
May 18, 1942
3
Erection   of   bomb-proof   shelters,   equipment   and
matters affecting the safety of public records and
30,000.00
21,108.17
Department of Labour.
Sept. 25, 1942
.1
9   1
I
To   assist   in   recruiting,   transporting,   and   placing
labourers  on  farms  within   this   Province   (any
amounts expended under Special Warrant No. 9
to be reimbursed by Dominion Government).	
1
j    3,000.00
f    3,000.00
J
Oct. 29, 1942	
Department of Mines.
Oct. 3, 1942
7
Expenditure re drilling of the Boss Mountain molybdenite property   (to be reimbursed by  Dominion
5,000.00
Department of Municipal Affairs.
April 16, 1942 ....
1
Expenditures re inquiry into the financial affairs of
the City of Kaslo   	
1,000.00
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Oct. 15, 1942
Nov. 23, 1942
8
11
Expenses re inquiry connected with custody of John
Meredith  Sweeney    	
Payment of account of G. M. Black as counsel for
Mrs.   Sweeney   in   inquiry   re   custody   of   John
Meredith  Sweeney       _.
1,982.58
497.50
1,982.58
497.50
$89,508.00
$53,616.17 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
AA 11
(E.)
(1.)
STATEMENT SHOWING THE REVENUE FOR THE FIRST NINE MONTHS OF
THE PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, VIZ., 1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER, 1942.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
$15,000.00
$13,500.00
45,000.00
55,000.00
5,000.00
259,000.00
4,000,000.00
60,000.00
320,000.00
85,000.00
200,000.00
2,000,000.00
35,000.00
25,000.00
4,500.00
5,500.00
5,000.00
40,000.00
27,000.00
5,000.00
$7,189,500.00
$1,600.00
2,000.00
100.00
$3,700.00
$29,151.06
190,000.00
555,410.40
100,000.00
12,048,467.51
$12,923,028.97
215,000.00
125,000.00
400,000.00
3,750,000.00
19,080.00
250,000.00
850,000.00
350,000.00
$18,882,108.97
Service.
Current Account.
Department of Agriculture:
Miscellaneous Receipts-
Department of the Attorney-General:
"Administration Act "—Fees, etc.
Companies Branch  	
Court Fees and Fines 	
Dog Licences... 	
" Game Act "—Fees and Licences .
" Government Liquor Act "..	
" Insurance Act "   	
Land Registry Fees 	
Law Stamps  	
" Motor-vehicle Act ";
Registration Fees..
Annual Licences, Motor-vehicles   (except  Motorcycles)    	
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs	
" Moving Pictures Act "..
'■ Real-estate Agents' Licensing Act ".
" Securities Act "  	
Sheriffs' Fees.. 	
Trade Licences   	
" Fire Marshal Act "—Fees, etc	
Miscellaneous Receipts.—  	
Department of Education:
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates..
Text-book Branch (net profits) 	
Miscellaneous Receipts  	
Department of Finance:
Dominion of Canada:
Annual Interest   	
Annual Subsidy  —	
Annual Grant per Capita	
Annual Grant for Lands conveyed-
Subvention in lieu of Taxes 	
Amusement-tickets Tax... 	
Coal and Coke Tax   	
Fuel-oil Tax    	
Gasoline Tax    	
Interest:
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act "..
Miscellaneous     	
Land Taxes:
Real Property  	
Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands...	
Carried forward..
Revenue for 9 Months ended
31st December, 1942.
$12,567.52
31,930.13
61,470.58
5,589.29
237,206.66
3,499,730.28
31,911.76
247,394.79
66,689.95
149,349.95
440,408.97
16,789.50
25,721.37
4,760.50
3,904.55
4,639.39
20,157.50
17,721.79
8,889.75
$1,900.00
17.50
$14,575.53
140,000.00
323,681.20
50,000.00
9,036,275.64
$9,564,532.37
216,708.39
131,402.62
387,415.65
2,603,931.76
19,083.82
160,335.56
680,384.26
287,854.97
$14,995.10
4,886,834.23
1,917.50
$14,051,649.40     $4,903,746.83 AA 12
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
Statement op Revenue for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
Service.
Revenue for 9 Months ended
31st December, 1942.
$18,882,108.97
750,000.00
40,000.00
Current Account—Continued.
$14,051,649.40
713,637.95
88,080.67
125,213.05
181,297.15
855,321.31
737,364.93
$4,903,746.83
Department of Finance—Continued.
Poll Tax 	
125,000.00
100,000.00
800,000.00
Races Tax      	
850,000.00
20,000.00
Trust Deposits reverted to the Crown	
50,000.00
10,000.00
37,401.82
31,724.96
Miscellaneous    	
Department of Fisheries:
Fishing and Canning Licences     	
$21,627,108.97
16,821,691.24
11,333.50
Department of Labour:
$859.50
40.00
$750.00
500 00
Department of Lands:
$1,250.00
$24,876.08
117,026.59
112,299.11
14,363.22
36,056.18
355,907.42
1,628,891.02
779,390.18
317,901.07
8,748.49
899.50
$25,000.00
150,000.00
100,000.00
10 000 00
40,000.00
450,000.00
2,000,000.00
750,000.00
310,000.00
8,000.00
Timber Royalties    	
Water Rentals and Recording Fees—   	
Miscellaneous Receipts  	
Legislation:
Private Bills Fees    	
$3,843,000.00
$46.00
31,437.75
241.50
58,602.15
3,395,459.36
$500.00
Department of Mines:
$100.00
40,000.00
400 00
Free Miners' Certificates   	
85,000.00
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Miscellaneous Receipts  __   	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
King's Printer (net profits)   .	
$125,500.00
90,327.40
$1,000.00
287.50
$10,000.00
40,000.00
20,000.00
500 00
$36,335.00
21,532.05
903.88
Miscellaneous Receipts	
Carried forward   .
$70,500.00
58,770.93
$25,282,516.26 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43;
AA 13
Statement op Revenue for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
Service.
Revenue for 9 Months ended
31st December, 1942.
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward   	
" Public Utilities Act " and " Motor Carrier Act ":
     $25,282,516.26
$170,000.00
37,350.49
Department of Public Works:
$5,000.00
■                1,464.50
Railway Department:
$2,000.00
               1,703.74
Refunds of Expenditure:
Charged to Income       	
$33,054,058.97
$25,323,034.99
$1,000.00
100,000.00
$204.15
381,779.70
$101,000.00
381,983.85
$33,155,058.97
    $25,705,018.84 AA 14
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
(E.)
(2.)
* STATEMENT SHOWING THE EXPENDITURE FOR THE FIRST NINE MONTHS
OF THE PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, VIZ., FROM 1st APRIL
TO 31st DECEMBER, 1942.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$6,512,557.50
1
2
3
Stat.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. No. 4
Current Account.
Public Debt:
$4,882,711.92
445,323.82
90,938.00
753,061.70
453,600.00
Pacific   Great   Eastern   Railway—Interest
890,938.00
531,700.00
$8,388,795.50
$6,172,035.44
$131,810.00
2,389.99
$13,627.32
118.94
$19,100.00
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Department of Agriculture:
$19,100.00
$7,389.25
19,597.06
3,352.11
37,304.24
13,465.83
77,255.98
10,795.19
5,149.14
4,039.26
2,270.82
5,511.45
2,488.78
4,850.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
13,746.26
$10,880.00
33,615.00
8,145.00
57,459.00
17,990.00
101,745.00
23,630.00
7,500.00
Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch
6,612.00
3,780.00
International,    National,    and    Provincial
6,400.00
8,000.00
10,500.00
Soil Survey Branch  	
Automobiles and Accessories 	
Agricultural Associations and Fairs—Build-
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,000.00
Chilliwack Agricultural Association _ 	
In Aid of Kamloops Bull Sale   	
Rebates on Stumping-powder  	
Rodent and Insect Pest Extermination
11,000.00
1,500.00
850.00
3,346.00
252.39
225.32
10,116.00
103.11
20,000.00
Agricultural Investigations and Extension
500.00
" Pound District Act "
1,000.00
14,000.00
" Codling-moth Control Act " 	
2,357.91
160.00
1,850.00
2,638.48
4,953.60
" Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act "
" Horned Cattle Purchases Act " 	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
$349,106.00
222,471.92
$6,410,643.61
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling
and Audit Branch at 31st December, 1942. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.                          AA 15
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$13,500.00
30,682.00
23,674.00
24,370.00
20,954.00
11,968.00
25,063.00
13,040.00
3,332.00
127,074.00
68,915.00
1,018,180.00
211,291.00
229,750.00
98,000.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
25,000.00
1,000.00
1,920.00
1,200.00
3,500.00
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. No. 10
S.W. No. 2
S.W. No. 5
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
Current Account—Continued.
       $6,410,643.61
Department of the Attorney-General:
$10,002.61
22,895.82
15,500.71
Securities Branch     	
" Fire Marshal Act "   	
13,640.52
11,598.94
6,436.06
17,035.58
8,750.71
2,147.92
Land Registry Offices  	
82,562.14
44,345.33
588,624.18
113,939.51
149,360.04
76,504.56
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law
7,583.95
3,318.95
Destruction    of    Predatory    Animals    and
Birds (Bounties, Salaries, and Expenses)
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in
10,807.80
824.51
After-care of Youthful Offenders (Salaries
1,638.69
Incidentals and Contingencies  	
" Magistrates Act Amendment Act, 1939 "..
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
796.69
2,170.00
54,628.86
" Departmental  Inquiries  Act "—re Quartermaster Stores   	
Grant, Air-raid Precautions Expense  	
Settlement of Claim of Morey Duprey re
6,074.32
15,000.00
2,500.00
Department of Education:
$1,977,413.00
1,268,688.40
$13,100.00
29,560.00
10.00
62,000.00
63,529.00
59,580.00
117,720.00
42,040.00
46,948.00
2,435,000.00
450,000.00
165,000.00
13,000.00
5,000.00
4,250.00
135,000.00
9,000.00
$9,168.40
22,523.13
10.00
41,222.96
Correspondence Schools    	
42,484.28
23,357.79
89,465.00
42,410.46
30,352.79
1,470,388.91
449,576.53
School Buildings, etc.   	
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children
and Expenses 	
Bursaries—Mothers' Allowances Families-
School Tests                         	
62,760.96
6,863.00
3,322.00
2,189.55
Conveying Children to Central Schools
70,569.15
6,542.59
$3,650,737.00
$2,373,207.50     $7,679,332.01 AA 16
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$3,650,737.00
1,500.00
1,750.00
800.00
63,300.00
7,500.00
13,900.00
4,250.00
431,990.00
5,000.00
890,000.00
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
127
128
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Current Account—Continued.
$2,373,207.50     $7,679,332.01
1,903.84*
2,328.08
79.15
30,570.29
3,664.73
11,388.86
1,726.32
325,155.02
5,000.00
696,474.65
14,241.11
2,517.20
9,022.08
Department of Education—Continued.
Summer Schools and Teacher-training for
Special  Certificates   —
Official   Trustee,   Community   School   Dis-
Adult Education    	
School Radio Broadcasts 	
Curriculum     Revision     and     Educational
University of British Columbia 	
Special Grant to Victoria College  	
" Public Schools Act "—Advances re Rural
District School Taxes 	
" Post-war Rehabilitation Act, 1941-42 "....
" Abbotsford  School  District  Act  Amendment Act, 1936 "	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Transferred from Department of the Provincial Secretary:
$5,070,727.00
51,580.00
12,760.00
$3,473,471.15
33,929.03
7,378.88
Provincial  Museum 	
Department of Finance:
$5,135,067.00
3,514,779.06
$2,125.61
25,264.51
15,257.48
60,995.30
61,428.19
21,720.62
366,095.90
36.793.48
6,341.27
2,489.42
$8,080.00
37,740.00
22,550.00
86,200.00
99,686.00
32,650.00
599,615.00
59,830.00
8,000.00
2,500.00
25,000.00
13,000.00
800.00
9,600.00
570,000.00
360,000.00
7,000.00
12,000.00
Probate and Succession Duties Branch 	
Taxation  Branch  	
Agent-General's   Office   and   B.C.   House,
London, England  .   	
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Postal Branch   — 	
Printing Public Accounts, Revenue Receipts,
Bonds, Cheques, Estimates, etc  	
Interest on Suitors' Funds Deposits 	
Delinquent Extra-municipal School Taxes .
2,318.61
800.00
9,600.00
" Municipalities Aid Act "—Share of Motor-
vehicle and Chauffeurs' Licence Fees
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "—Interest on Superannuation Funds 	
" Public Libraries Act," R.S.B.C. 1936 	
" Coal   and   Petroleum   Products   Control
Board Act, 1937 "                 	
255,898.33
5,336.66
4,073.63
21,369.39
12.80
22,194.47
" Municipal Superannuation Act "  	
" Unclaimed Money Deposits Act " 	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Bonus 	
Carried forward	
$1,954,251.00
$920,115.67   $11,194,111.07
* Excess of c
redits over charges to Votes. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
AA 17
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$1,954,251.00
S.W. No. 3
85
Stat.
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
93a
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward 	
Department of Finance—Continued.
Erection   of   Bomb-proof   Shelter,   Equipment, etc.     	
Department of Fisheries:
$920,115.67
20,234.31
$11,194,111.07
$1,954,251.00
$11,018.93
145.80
940,349.98
$21,440.00
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Department of Labour:
Minister's Office    	
$21,440.00
$11,165.83
54,309.05
6,074.84
5,896.68
1,647.57
1,558.49
7,732.79
1,500,000.00
598,000.00
618,800.58
9,445.14
2,771.87
11,164.73
$15,130.00
87,590.00
9,030.00
9,190.00
3,025.00
5,620.00
17,120.00
General  Office    	
Factories Inspection   	
Apprenticeship Branch     	
Trade-schools Regulation Branch 	
Safety Branch, Lumber Industry
Industrial    Conciliation    and    Arbitration
2,400,000.00
711,529.86
Unemployment Relief Fund   	
War Cost-of-living Bonus to Old-age Pen-
764,739.86
" Public Inquiries Act "—Workmen's Compensation Board Operation   	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Department of Lands:
$4,022,974.72
$8,240.37
356,403.81
13,226.27
1,842.40
12,971.86
129,337.18
375,000.00
4,000.00
5,075.49
8,153.41
34,966.61
11,196.38
5,320.19
5,000.00
25,805.82
21,039.84
2,817,402.84
$12,645.00
474,087.00
16,470.00
6,000.00
40,000.00
213,300.00
500,000.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
14,000.00
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association ...
Reconnaissance and Cruising 	
120,000.00
20,000.00
30,000.00
5,000.00
37,500.00
52,500.00
"Soldiers' Land Act"  (Chap. 80, 1918)
500.00
Refunds  of Stumpage  deposited with  Dominion   Government   by   Homesteaders,
500.00
Refunds under " Land Act " and " Revenue
Act "
269.73
89.76
32.20
1 000 00
1,275.00
$1,558,777.00
$1,017,971.32
$14,963,028.62 AA 18
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$1,558,777.00
79,500.00
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. No. 7
124
Stat.
125
126
127
128
129
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
Current Account—Continued.
$1,017,971.32
$14,963,028.62
Department of Lands—Continued.
" Forest Act "—Forest Reserve Account
" Grazing Act "—Grazing Range Improvement Fund  	
" Doukhobor Lands Acquisition Act, 1939 "
" Land Settlement and Development Act "..
8,333.00
10,171.51
2,509.04
675.00
250.43
19,531.80
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Department of Mines:
$1,646,610.00
$7,873.45
14,508.22
40,763.41
10,834.95
26,732.52
5,878.01
10,300.00
166,721.55
2,486.33*
170.07
1,051,109.10
$12,470.00
22,050.00
64,825.00
15,760.00
39,170.00
12,120.00
10,600.00
100,000.00
50,000.00
900.00
Grants       	
Oil Exploration in the Peace River Area-
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails-
Subsidy re Explosives to  assist Bona-f.de
2,000.00
" Complex Ore Process Aid Act, 1916 "
" Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act "
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
25.54
1,532.77
4,259.49
Drilling Boss Mountain Molybdenite Prop-
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Salaries and Expenses    	
$329,895.00
$16,789.97
352.00
287,113.65
$26,210.00
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office   	
$1,265.64
12,425.80
14,090.39
30,619.45
10.00
5,465.42
80,000.00
17,141.97
$26,210.00
$3,350.00
17,112.00
Libraries   ) Transferred to
Provincial Museum \ Dept. of Education.
Civil Service Commission   	
24,095.00
39,195.00
Administration of " Superannuation Act "
and " Teachers' Pensions Act "   	
10.00
7,645.00
85,000.00
King's Printer         	
Government House  	
Assessment   on   Class   13    (The   Crown),
" Workmen's Compensation Act " 	
500.00
Civil Service Schedule Bond   —
10,000.00
7,000.00
Grant to Canteen Fund Trustees	
Contingencies, etc. 	
Carried forward  	
5,000.00
12,124.14
$193,907.00
$161,000.84
$16,318,393.34
* Excess of credits over charges to Votes. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
AA 19
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$193,907.00
138
Stat.
Stat.
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. No.   8
S.W. No. 11
Stat.
Stat.
160
161
162
163
Current Account—Continued.
$161,000.84
215,556.65
3,150.00
6,697.88
62,962.02
3,980.02
14,136.10
22,638.41
3,688.82
95,930.32
869,101.39
108,384.52
32,744.08
33,313.07
365,702.01
48,181.95
731,757.71
10,623.17
45,872.12
50,585.38
5,964.98
2,624.27
8,469.01
34,418.35
7,000.00
517,900.00
2.47
12,763.86
257.27
70,101.68
2,480.08
$16,318,393.34
460,000.00
Department   of   the   Provincial   Secretary—
Continued.
" Civil    Service   Superannuation   Act" —:
Government  Contributions  to   Superan-
4,200.00
" An Act to provide for the Payment of an
Allowance to Frederick Arthur Pauline"
(Chap. 49, 1931) 	
1,000.00
90,625.00
6,060.00
21,777.04
40,000.00
10,000.00
174,750.00
1,291,990.00
163,002.00
50,675.00
43,525.00
619,011.82
82,156.00
1,217,184.00
31,400.20
78,500.00
80,694.50
53 424 00
Health and Welfare Services:
Administration       	
Collections Office    	
Child Welfare Branch    	
Provincial Board of Health:
Division of Venereal Disease Control-
Provincial Mental Hospitals  -
Industrial Schools 	
10,580.00
18,000.00
44,460.00
10,000.00
775,000.00
Special Health and Welfare Services	
In Aid of Resident Physicians	
Grants to Charitable Associations, etc	
Grant, " Health Insurance Act "	
" Municipal Superannuation Act " 	
" Provincial Elections Act " —     .
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
" Public Utilities Act " and " Motor Carrier
Act":
$5,571,921.56
$68,289.90
1,518.89
3,547,988.43
$120,000.00
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Bonus     	
Department of Public Works:
$120,000.00
$8,144.04
190,855.33
116,660.85
17,332.76
69,808.79
$12,390.00
334,243.00
191,360.00
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and
27,300.00
Government House  (Maintenance)  	
Carried forward  	
$565,293.00
$332,992.98
$19,936,190.56 AA 20
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1943.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1942.
$565,293.00
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
Stat.
171
Stat.
172
173
174
175
176
Stat.
177
Stat.
Current Account—Continued.
$332,992.98   $19,936,190.56
2,119,570.00
30,000.00
427,634.00
Department of Public Works—Continued.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.	
Local Highways within Municipal Limits....
Maintenance and Repairs to Government
1,337,019.39
20,165.88
209,636.19
1,350.00
1.00
Highway Signs   	
1,350.00
22,771.36
18,842.00
13,400.00
2,500.00
Grants, Dewdney Dyking Commission 	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
2,500.00
30,021.78
Railway Department:
$3,165,190.00
1,969,857.58
$20,745.00
$15,521.62
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
117.92
$20,745.00
Department of Trade and Industry:
15,639.54
$126.80
$1,500.00
7,514.00
5,069.07
123,840.00
43,668.71
36,835.00
22,359.87
43,325.00
Bureau of Trade Extension  	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 35—Cost-of-living
Bonus      	
Recoverable Expenditure:
"Soldiers' Land Act"—Houses, South Vancouver     ....     .
" Municipal Superannuation Act " 	
21,029.53
1,781.50
$213,014.00
94,035.48
$33,093,542.78
$22,015,723.16
$750.00
$279.99
8,057.61
$750.00
8,337.60
$33,094,292.78
$22,024,060.76 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
AA 21
(E.)
(3.)
STATEMENT   SHOWING   EXPENDITURES   AND   ADVANCES   OUT   OF   MONEYS
RAISED BY LOAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE  FOR
SPECIFIC PURPOSES, 1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER, 1942.
Authority for Expenditure.
Service.
Expended
for 9 Months
ended 3lBt
December,
1942.
"B.C. Loan Act, 1935 ":
$441,075.63
8,155.50
150,901.87
" B.C. Loan Act, 1936 ":
Section 6 —    	
"B.C. Loan Act, 1939 ":
Section 6  	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc .	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc	
$600,133.00
RECAPITULATION.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.
... $600,133.00
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling
and Audit Branch at 31st December, 1942. AA 22 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43.
(E.)
(4.)
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND—APPROPRIATIONS AND ADVANCES.
Summary of Transactions for the First Nine Months of the Present Fiscal Year,
viz., from 1st April to 31st December, 1942.
Appropriations from Revenue Surplus (Appropriation) Account:
Direct Relief, 1941-42          $2,155,836.56
Dominion-Provincial Agreements, 1941-42       _ 68,747.21
$2,224,583.77
Advances:
From Minister of Finance:
Direct Relief, 1942-43     $1,250,000.00
War Emergency Programme, 1942-43          250,000.00
$1,500,000.00
From Dominion Government:
War Emergency Programme, 1942-43           105,000.00
     1,605,000.00
$3,829,583.77
Add:
Unexpended Balances, 31st March, 1942:
Direct Relief          $132,059.26
War Emergency Programme, etc.            106,544.16
        238,603.42
$4,068,187.19
Deduct:
Repayment of Advances, 1941-42 Account:
Direct Relief     $2,000,000.00
Dominion-Provincial Agreements           175,291.37
$2,175,291.37
Unexpended Balances, 31st December, 1942:
Direct Relief     $662,988.80
War Emergency Programme, etc      200,139.84
        863,128.64
 3,038,420.01
Provincial Government Expenditure from 1st April to 31st December, 1942,
per Statement of Unemployment Relief Expenditure (E) (5)    $1,029,767.18 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1942-43. AA 23
(E.)
(5.)
UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF FUND—EXPENDITURE.*
For the First Nine Months of the Present Fiscal Year, viz., from 1st April
to 31st December, 1942.
Direct Relief:
Municipal:
Employables             $161,949.63
Physically Unfit                339,127.88
Provincial:
Employables   _       $33,823.82
Physically Unfit and Homeless Persons       178,432.62
General  Overhead       17,405.34
Supervision          84,806.00
Public Health        54,371.01
Dependents of Internees, etc   _     4,990.72
$501,077.51
Dominion-Provincial Agreements:
Agreement of 28th May, 1942:
War Emergency Training Programme    '.   $491,897.92
Agreement of 11th September, 1942:
Youth Training Programme             58,873.93
373,829.51
$874,907.02
$550,771.85
Deduct contributions received from Dominion Government      395,911.69
154,860.16
Provincial Government expenditure for the nine months period, 1st April to
31st December, 1942     $1,029,767.18
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling
nd Audit Branch at 31st December, 1942.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1943.
200-143-2880 

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