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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FIFTH ANNUAL EEPOET
COAL AND PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
YEAR ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1942
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majes
1043. To His Honour W. C. Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Coal and Petroleum
Control Board for the year ended December 31st, 1942.
W. A. CARROTHERS,
Coal and Petroleum Control Board.
Victoria, B.C., 1943. Annual Report of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board
for the Calendar Year ended December 31st, 1942.
During the year no major changes have taken place affecting the various oil
companies operating in the Province. Under Dominion orders, gasoline rationing came
into force on April 1st.
Gasoline rationing, coupled with shortage of man-power, has been the means of
closing a great number of service-stations and garages throughout the Province. Particularly noticeable is the number of retail outlets closed at which gasoline was being
sold only as a side-line in connection with some other business not directly connected
with the automobile trade—such as grocery stores, auto camps, etc. In a number of
service-stations women are being trained to take the place of men.
Some new gasoline retail outlets were opened in various parts of the Province,
but in all cases these were located in districts not previously being served or where
new development was taking place. In the Peace River area a number of restricted
retail licences were granted to facilitate the supplying of gasoline to truckers operating
on the "Alcan Highway."
In the coal industry a number of small dealers who had no regular supplies of
coal available dropped their licences, the majority leaving this field for the services or
to work in industry connected with the war. Some new retailers entered the industry,
but before granting licences to them the Board ascertained that they had a reasonable
supply of coal available.
Close co-operation has been maintained during the year with both the Dominion
Oil Controller and the Coal Administrator. Statistics covering the sale of gasoline and
coal are being forwarded to them each month. Apart from furnishing this information, the Board has been able to assist them in investigating and advising in matters
pertaining to both the petroleum and coal industries in the Province.
LICENCES.
The number of licences issued by the Board under Regulation 1, and in force on
January 1st, 1942, totalled 3,461. Of these, some 568 were in the coal industry.
During the year thirty-nine new licences were granted covering both the coal and
petroleum industries. Various licences were cancelled during the year, due to operators
discontinuing the sale of either coal or petroleum products, leaving in force as at
December 31st, 1942, some 3,263 licences.
Summary of Licences.
Petroleum industry—
Petroleum refiners 	
Petroleum wholesalers
8
345
Petroleum retailers   2,395
2,748
Coal industry—
Mine operators 	
Wholesale coal-dealers
Retail coal-dealers 	
23
74
418
515
Total _
3,263 J 4 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The following table gives a breakdown of petroleum licences issued by the Board
during 1942 to the various oil companies and individuals in respect of bulk plants,
barrel agencies, or distributing points;   and licences restricted to the sale of fuel and
lubricating Oils. Wholesale. Retail.
Imperial Oil   86 86
Standard Oil  27 51
Shell Oil   44 53
Union Oil   55 55
Home Oil  35 42
British American Oil  17 17
B.C. Fuel  j:  3 2
McColl-Frontenac Oil  3 3
Signal Oil  1 1
Total, company licences   271 310
Others     35 1,930
Restricted fuel-oil, lubricants, or naphtha gasoline____    39 155
Total licences   345 2,395
Licensed gasoline outlets serving the general public are:—
Garages and service-stations   1,374
Pumps (no service)       426
Marine outlets      130
Total  .  1,930
Note.—In addition to these 1,930 licences, the 310 retail licences issued to the
various oil company distribution plants supply gasoline to commercial accounts.
In granting new licences under section 6 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products
Control Board Act," careful consideration has been given to public necessity. Apart
from this, in the petroleum industry all new licences granted, through which the sale
of gasoline to motor-vehicles would be made or where the installation of new equipment
was applied for, have also the approval of the Dominion Oil Controller, his orders
governing both the commencement of new outlets in the petroleum industry and the
installation of pumps and dispensing equipment.
In respect to new licences in the coal industry, applications have been dealt with in
co-operation with the Dominion Coal Administrator. During the year fifty-one applications for licences to commence new business in either the coal or petroleum industries
have been dealt with by the Board, resulting in thirty-nine licences being granted.
Special licences granted under section 6 of the Act during 1942 to persons newly
commencing in the petroleum industry are as follows:—
Petroleum Retailers' Licences (11) —
Wilson Freightways.___ Mile 8, Fort Nelson.
Wilson Freightways Sikanni River.
Wilson Freightways . Liard River.
G. Blenkinsop Big Creek.
Wilson Freightways Dawson Creek.
Roy Servant Rolla.
Imperial Oil Co Fort Nelson.
Imperial Oil Co Fort St. John.
D. Dedoosenco Galena Bay.
W. C. Howey Tete Jaune.
E. Walker Trout Lake. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1942.     J 5
Marine Outlets Retail (2) —
John White  _  : Lasqueti.
J. W. Stapleton Toba Inlet.
Petroleum Wholesalers' Licences (3) —
Imperial Oil Co Fort Nelson.
Imperial Oil Co Fort St. John.
H. Smith Kelsey Bay.
Special licences granted under section 6 of the Act to new operators taking over
existing businesses in the petroleum industry:—
Petroleum retailers    234
Petroleum wholesalers  ._      2
Special licences granted in the coal industry to persons commencing new businesses
totalled twenty-three licences:—
Retail coal-dealers (12) —
W. L. Biggs Nanaimo.
Carl Johnson and D. Wells Cottonwood.
Wm. McNeill Campbell River.
H. Morris Smithers.
L. V. Noske Vancouver.
Builders' Lumber and Supply Company Vancouver.
P. B. Moyer Blue River.
A. Radies Oliver.
W. S. Tull Saanich.
Low Mong Vancouver.
Manning Fuels Victoria.
J. W. Stapleton Toba Inlet.
Wholesale coal-dealers (7) —
Inland Collieries Princeton.
Inland Collieries Merritt.
Manning Fuels Victoria.
W. S. Tull Saanich.
Carl Johnson and D. Wells Cottonwood.
H. L. Johnston Victoria.
H. Frith Vancouver.
Mine Operators (4) —
Inland Collieries Princeton.
R. R. Reid Merritt.
Carl E. Johnson and D. Wells Cottonwood.
Geo. Murray, Merritt Coal Mines, Ltd Merritt.
Seven new operators took over existing businesses in the coal industry during
the year.
One hundred and thirty-two gasoline outlets closed during the year, divided into
the following types of businesses: Forty-four garages, forty-five service-stations, and
thirty-three gasoline pumps (located at stores or connected with businesses not catering
exclusively to the automobile trade).
During the year there has been no change in the number of oil companies operating
in the Province. The Imperial Oil, Limited; Shell Oil Company of B.C.; Union Oil
Company of Canada, Limited; McColl-Frontenac Oil Company, Limited; and the
Standard Oil Company of B.C. extend their operations over the greater part of the
Province.    The Home Oil Distributors, Limited, and the B.C. Fuel, Limited, confine J 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
their operation mainly to Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland, and Pacific Coast
points of the Province. The British American Oil Company, Limited, confines its
operations to the eastern and southern parts of the Province.
GASOLINE SALES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In 1942 the sales of gasoline in the Province of British Columbia increased
2,192,000 gallons over 1941, making a total of 73,187,000 gallons. Of this amount
approximately 54,859,491 gallons came from the refineries of British Columbia. This
gasoline consisted of approximately 40,761,687 gallons which were refined from crude
oil and 14,097,804 gallons of imported blending gasoline. Imports of gasoline from the
Province of Alberta amounted to 13,724,606 gallons, which was an increase of 4,534,909
gallons over 1941. There was also an increase in refined gasoline imported from the
United States and Alaska, the number of gallons so imported increasing from 556,020
gallons in 1941 to 4,602,903 gallons in 1942.
The following table shows the monthly consumption of gasoline for the past ten
years in gallons (000 omitted) :—
1933.
1934.
1935.
1936.
1937.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
1942.
January 	
February  	
March   _	
April   	
2,259
2,051
2,521
2,948
3,408
3,707
4,368
4,246
3,854
3,469
3,096
2,780
2,585
2,487
2,842
3,152
3,749
4,036
4,435
4,593
4,305
4,053
3,233
2,868
2,411
2,664
2,819
3,471
3,868
3,075
4,805
4,954
4,417
4,215
3,744
2,967
3,087
2,628
3,042
3,569
4,084
4,574
5,252
5,343
4,854
4,498
3,976
3,816
2,864
2,770
3,634
4,043
4,902
5,301
5,997
6,157
5,619
5,008
4,484
3,996
3,481
3,313
3,885
4,383
5,037
5,379
5,824
6,308
5,571
4,866
4,822
4,266
3,748
3,522
3,950
4,425
5,412
5,541
6,073
6,571
5,718
5,393
4,917
4,554
4,224
4,177
4,449
4,845
5,680
5,979
6,728
6,944
6,065
5,973
5,287
4,860
4,605
4,574
5,051
6,050
6,030
6,359
7,654
7,160
6,469
5,980
5,670
5,393
4,835
4,753
6,009
5,505
5,343
5,855
6,635
7,125
6,742
7,142
6,326
6,917
July    _
August _  	
October  _ 	
November       	
December 	
Totals- 	
38,707
42,338
43,410
48,723
54,775
57,135
59,824
65,211
70,995
73,187
Source:   Taxation Department, Province of British Columbia. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1942. J 7
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The following table gives a breakdown of gasoline sold during 1942 through the
various bulk plants in the Province, and is compiled from monthly returns furnished
the Board by the oil companies. These figures cover sales to retailers, commercial consumers, and gasoline sold for marine use.
Retail outlets .took 43,524,234 gallons out of a total of 69,939,482 gallons. The
remainder was divided between marine sales, which were 3,216,604 gallons, and sales
direct to consumers, which were 23,198,644 gallons. The latter consumers consisted of
commercial, industrial, and farmers' accounts. For the key to the various zones, see
the map at the end of this report.
To Resellers.
To Consumers.
Marine.
Total.
Gallons.
5,604,313
24,283,295
13,636,626
Gallons.
2,095,094
5,817,790
15,285,760
Gallons.
83,519
867,778
2,265,307
Gallons.
7,782,926
30,968,863
31,187,693
43,524,234               23,198,644
3,216,604
69,939,482
1,794,741
1,914,690
915,168
938,090
78,453
174,648
1,052,301
2,466,999
1,477,938
103,636
165,555
584,765
205,592
1,764,060
1,488,645
3,116,801
603,077
666,375
42,207
19,073
427,219
1,312,486
601,470
85,933
110,883
205,544
80,195
6,525,853
183,644
1,991,208
3,842
1,018
266
3,467,030
Zone 3	
7,022,699
1,522,087
1,605,483
Zone 6	
120,926
Zone 7    ____	
193,721
Zone 8-            	
354
353
530
1,479,874
3,779,837
2,079,928
189,569
Zone 9      	
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Zone 11  -      _	
Zone 12   __ _._  ______         	
276,438
Zone 13 _____   _____      __
790,309
Zone 14   __._  •
229
83,863
2.86,016
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
COAL INDUSTRY.
The number of licences issued in the coal industry during 1942, in force as at
December 31st, was. 515, as compared with 568 in 1941. Under the regulations of the
Board, all dealers are required to make monthly returns to the Board; from these a
consolidation of the retail sales in the Province is made, a copy of which is forwarded
to the Coal Administrator at Ottawa.
The following table shows the amount of coal sold at retail in the various districts
of the Province during the year ended December 31st, 1942.
(Short Tons.)
Districts.
British
Columbia
Coals.
Alberta
Coals.
U.S.A.
Coals.
Unknown
Origin.
Unrecorded
Sales.
Totals.
369,922
55,085%
109,252
1151/2
9,7191/2
31,882
4,544
534,8471/2
38,9911/2
6,367
2,149
12,425
3,141
41,641
116,724%
2,1441/2
4,674
•      9,319%
9,626
33,815
305
13,46iy3
11,117
16,742
71/2
1,116
3,112
23,384
94
365
846
682
3,722
1,019
1,877
825
2,750
374,186%
99,931
250,095
2,354
14,758%
92%
691%
43
13%
42,061
14,752
572,463
40,315%
%
78
Merritt-Princeton District    	
21,705%
14,091
32,194%
157%
120
Totals	
1,175,3001/2
262,711
955%
2481/,
39,692
1,478,9071/2
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Chahles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1043.
475-743-5364
I
I COAL
AND
PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
59
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