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 PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
EEPORT
OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL
AFFAIRS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED
DECEMBER  31ST,  1942
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles F. Baxfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1943.  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, 1942.
A. WELLS GRAY,
Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Victoria, B.C., September 1st, 1943.  REPORT OF THE
DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS.
Victoria, B.C., August 31st, 1943.
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, 1942.
Assessed valuations show an increase, as will be seen from the following tables.
Improvement valuations account for most of this increase.
Total Assessed Value of Land and Improvements.
1941.
1942.
Increase.
Cities       	
$190,537,094
204,951,314
7,125,334
$195,264,635
213,524,017
7,301,927
$4,727,541
8,572,703
i     176,593
Totals            ...
$402,613,742
370,281,560
$416,090,579
375,873,402
$13,476,837
5,591,842
$772,895,302
$791,963,981
$19,068,679
Values actually taxed.
1941.
1942.
Increase.
Cities     	
$83,306,185
90,048,614
3,642,925
$85,548,598
93,077,172
3,706,063
$2,242,413
3,028,558
63,138
Totals	
$176,997,724
207,629,295
$182,331,833
209,944,378
$5,334,109
2,315,083
$384,627,019
$392,276,211
$7,649,192
During the year new debentures were approved for the undernoted amounts and
purposes:—
Cities.
Districts.
Total.
Water                _   _                   .                         _                        	
$40,000.00
6,000.00
10,610.29
$40,000.00
$16,400.00
16,400.00
6 000.00
10,610.29
Totals _   - 	
$16,400.00
$56,610.29
$73,010.29
Refunding debentures were approved as undernoted:
Cities.
Districts.
Total.
$22,780.00
215,400.00
$22,780.00
215,400.00
130,000.00
$130,000.00
Totals	
$238,180.00
$130,000.00
$368,180.00 K 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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 of the
municipality 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 continued to advise that works other
than those considered absolutely essential be laid over until after the war. This policy
has been supported whole-heartedly by the municipalities.
This Department has also advocated that tax rates be maintained at previous
levels and any surplus funds be set aside for post-war expenditures. At the 1941-42
Session of the Legislature, at the request of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, several sections were inserted in the " Municipal Act" granting additional
powers to create and set aside reserve funds, and many municipalities are taking
advantage of these powers.
I am again glad to report that there have been no further defaults during the year.
As of December 31st, 1942, the powers of the Commissioners for the City of Prince
Rupert and for the District of Burnaby were revoked. Arrangements were completed
for the holding of the necessary election of a Council and a Board of School Trustees
and the usual powers and authority reinvested in such Council and Board of School
Trustees. In the case of the City of Fernie, upon petition a similar arrangement for
the holding of an election was cancelled and the powers and authority of the Commissioner continued until after the war.
During the year, under authority of an Order in Council, a Public Inquiry was
held by me as Inspector of Municipalities into the conduct of the business of the City
of Kaslo. The evidence given at the inquiry disclosed a serious condition of affairs.
Remedial steps have since been taken to put the affairs of the city upon a satisfactory
basis.
Three areas were incorporated as villages during the year 1942, namely:—
The Corporation of the Village of Qualicum Beach (May 5th, 1942).
The Corporation of the Village of Cranberry Lake (June 11th, 1942).
The Corporation of the Village of Westview (June 11th, 1942).
In June of the present year another conference of municipal officials was held and
well attended. These gatherings continue to be beneficial to all concerned and are of
particular value to the municipal officials in the carrying-out of their statutory duties.
The general steady improvement in the municipal financial situation has been
maintained and the Councils who are responsible for this gratifying condition are to
be commended.
I have pleasure in recording the appreciation of the Department in the continued
co-operation of both Councils and their officials.
E. H. BRIDGMAN,
Deputy Minister. Victoria, B.C., August 28th, 1943.
E. H. Bridgman, Esq.,
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs.
SIR,—The report of the Department for the year ended December 31st, 1942, is
attached hereto.
Schedule XXIII. and report dealing with loans and debentures under " The
Municipal Improvements Assistance Act, 1938," have been omitted.
This Department has been advised by the Deputy Minister of Finance for the
Dominion that all half-yearly payments in respect of projects for which loans were
approved by the Dominion under such last-mentioned Act due the Dominion, December
31st, 1942, and June 30th and July 1st, 1943, have been received by him.
The note on Schedule VII. for the year 1942 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."
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 1942 annual report of that City and sources noted.
As formerly, the source for the Condensed Statement of Assets and Liabilities
was the printed audited annual balance-sheet of the municipality.
During the year visits were paid to a number of municipalities and where necessary suggestions offered for the improvement of administrative details. I regret,
owing to lack of time, it was not possible to visit more municipalities, for I am convinced that by so doing better effect can be given to the policy laid down by the
Minister of rendering practical assistance to all municipalities.
B. C. BRACEWELL,
Supervisor of Municipalities.  TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page.
I. Condensed Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at December 31st, 1942____ 11
LA.—Cities  11
LB.—Districts _.  13
I.C.—Villages  15
II. Assessment in Detail for the Year 1942  17
H.A.—Cities  19
II.A1.—Cities  19
II.B.—Districts  21
II.B1.—Districts -21
II.C—Villages  23
III. Tax Rate Levy, 1942—
III.A.—Cities : T  25
".     III.A1.—Cities  26
III.B.—Districts  27
III.B1.—Districts  28
III.C—Villages  29
IV. Debenture and Sundry Debt, exclusive of Shortage in Sinking Funds, as at
December 31st, 1942  31
IV.A.—Cities  31
IV.B.—Districts  33
IV.C—Villages  35
V. Statement of Unused Borrowing-power as at. December 31st, 1942  36
V.A.—Cities  37
V.B.—Districts .__  38
VI. Statement of Maturities of Debenture Debt as at December 31st, 1942, after
Corresponding Debentures held in Sinking Fund for Investment
have been deducted  39
VI.A.—Cities  39
VLB.—Districts  41
VII. Sinking Funds as at December 31st, 1942  43
VILA.—Cities  43
VII.B.—Districts :  44
VIII. Sinking Fund Requirements, Levy, Collections, and Disposal for the Year
1942  45
VIII.A.—Cities 1 :  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, 1933 to 1942, both inclusive  49
IX.A.—Cities  50
IX.B.—Districts  51
IX.C—Villages  52
X. Tax Levy, Collections, and Percentages for the Year 1942  53
X.A.—Cities  54
X.B.—Districts  55
X.C.—Villages ____.  56 K 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Page.
XI. Cash in Bank and on Hand, as at December 31st, 1942  57
XI.A.—Cities .  57
XI.B.—Districts  58
XI.C—Villages  58
XII. Receipts, 1942  59
XII.A.—Cities  59
XII.B.—Districts  61
XII.C—Villages  61
XIII. Disbursements, 1942  63
XIII.A.—Cities  63
XIII.B.—-Districts  65
XIII.C—Villages  67
XIV. Public Utilities, 1942  69
XIV.A.—Electric Light—Cities, Districts, and Villages  70
XIV.B.—Waterworks—Cities I  71
XIV.C.—Waterworks—Districts and Villages  72
XIV.D.—Other ____  73
XV.A. Tax Sale Lands, Subject to Redemption, as at December 31st, 1942  74
XV.A1.—Cities  74
XV.A2.—Districts  75
XV.C—Villages  77
XV.B. Tax Sale Lands, not Subject to Redemption, as at December 31st, 1942  76
XV.B1.—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 1942 Assessment _ 79
XVI.A.—Cities  79
XVI.B.—Districts  81
-    XVI.C—Villages  83
XVII. Certificates of Approval issued on Money By-laws during 1942  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 1  90
XX. Domiciliation of Debenture Debt, as at December 31st, 1942  91
XXI. Total Unmatured Debenture Debt with Rates of Interest as at December
31st, 1942  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,
1942    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 I.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942.
K 11
Assets.
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.
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1942 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Liabilities.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Provincial
Government.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets,
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Other
Liabili
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
Cities—LA	
Districts—LB	
Villages—I.C	
Totals	
Vancouver	
Grand totals
$29,083,369
14,636,706
228,145
$7,258,435
4,389,391
$5,313,540
3,984,415
2,809
$43,948,220
49,691,669
$11,647,826
18,698,101
$9,300,764
4,993,557
$93,639,889
$30,345,927
$14,294,321
$876,921
667,883
$1,150,048
785,435
27,307    ] 18,845
.,572,111     |     $1,954,328
i
798,337    |      1,835,006
$2,370,448    |    $3,789,334
I
$713,370
372,576
2,783
$1,796,048
1,140,892
8,832
,088,729
448,395
$2,945,772
3,576,589
$46,191,731
25,977,298
288,721
$30,945,004
11,398,392
27,673
$207,920
248,503
$579,879
291,417
$592,893
50,300
$1,732,969
1,146,921
5,224
$72,457,750
0,041,654
$42,371,069
66,327,878
$456,423
$871,296
$643,193
60,000
2,885,114
789,868
$1,537,124
$6,522,361
$152,499,404
$108,698,947
$456,423
$871,296
$703,193
$3,674,982
$1,010,035
2,418,272
1,000
$354,376
86,^27
fl7
$35,423,076
15,640,032
34,514
$3,429,307
1,051,140
$441,220
1,942,^05
$51,097,622
70,171,191
.,480,447
$2,:
!,525
$121,268,813
$13,382,383
11,105,750
254,207
$24,742,340
9,870,463
$34,612,803
$2,613,728
768,484
$3,382,212
$3,382,212
LA.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Assets.
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.
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1942 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Liabilities.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Demand Loans.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
Accounts
Payable.
Reserves (not
deducted
from Capital
Assets.
Tax Sale
Properties,
or Accounts
Receivable).
Oth
Liabilities
Total
Liabilities.
Assets
in Excess of
Liabilities.
Liabilities
in Excess of
Assets.
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.
29.
30.
31.
32.
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 .
129,068
193,862
202,942
343,544
3,814
79,918
88,056
218,605
204,526
29,698
699,223
96,823
492,639
112,433
32,673
939,892
,127,237
1,259,759
227,350
269,028
290,179
215,718
205,682
.,695,344
452,447
261,209
112,107
9,826
151,616
590,558
1,256,807
$18,819
30,790
221,357
132,526
172,641
30,203
43,932
220,323
10,040
213,022
75,409
386,100
667,234
1,837,844
1,109,914
151,153
10,689
94,687
60,586
658,811
196,421
44,435
602,503
134,416
134,580
),083,369
7,258,435
$25,690
10,915
10,810
1,192
13,289
84
15,054
78,590
62,156
41,661
40,155
14,953
27,400
14,720
82,681
48,634
24,863
495,223
1,139,194
52,457
253,759
219,970
273,819
357,306
62,179
5,209
6,742
9,888
3,194
96,438
1,825,315
$5,313,540
$4,887
1,580
45,309
11,046
22,570
3,266
4,093
5,347
3,337
5,226
3,621
20,030
73
69,407
800
4,809
23,935
8,724
60,548*
92,433
5,222*
20,933
2,727
30,327
15,889
15,920
12,356
3,053
2,206
8,786
32,332
467,669
$7,132
3,806
13,769
7,952
11,760
4,131
3,288
4,267
9,541
4,680
3,336
27,780
2,342
8,972
5,121
8,672
22,580
24,915
161,109
58,779
15,570
9,378
7,968
8,953
384,418
18,277
29,577
8,268
2,220
45,004
15,570
210,913
$876,921
$1,150,048
$3,531
1,120
837
3,415
8,037
3,840
1,572
1,740
4,776
4,031
3,832
16,477
15,028
18,832
5,126
2,656
44,976
64,287
102,622
45,828
19,284
6,471
3,989
30,756
96,004
12,082
1,707
2,555
1,003
2,469
15,487
169,000
$713,370
3,585
6,146
13,107
7,145
1,795
2,716
5,004
20,501
200
1,000
66,940
443
22,164
7,500
12,282
137,908
865,853
298,136
17,493
3,097
250
4,591
31,182
30,471
16,481
21,079
9,000
189,495
$151,329
180,864
492,090
372,180
578,986
16,846
121,874
119,468
335,350
324,751
83,148
1,090,928
139,702
852,436
145,700
206,900
1,478,399
2,055,168
7,661,862
2,971,634
519,763
594,506
545,309
614,714
3,238,954
787,797
326,539
177,160
25,143
• 834,651
893,801
18,253,779
$40,656
57,090
325,800
189,500
260,300
59,591
23,894
82,927
22,218
381,123
40,000
402,300
174,000
1,029,255
1,244,976
6,364,146
3,199,289
310,201
258,017
204,968
118,717
1,773,095
405,000
184,999
108,463
. 1,091,743
345,118
12,247,618
$1,796,048
6,191,731
1,945,004
3,225
4,847
4,000
29,610
4,705
3,082
132,801
4,000
5,050
6,600
4,300
2,400
$207,920
$11,700
1,908
16,700
17,362
5,166
120,800
71,812
'9,000
10,414
14,000
917
300,000
$10,000
126,990
8,455
23,000
6,500
27,948
390,000
$579,879
$592,893
$2,532
99
6,412
3,654
10,780
1,555
557
738
1,581
1,077
386
8,242
250
490
8,234
2,642
23,282
13,636
123,619
1,346,665
10,597
5,887
5,096
3,535
15,372
75
10,901
2,974
1,053
20,161
3,262
97,625
$2,146
1,000
6,990
34,077
$3,485
1,2|33
6,271
6,841
3,554
102,360
1,(180
635
4,^87
930
1,155
574,774
7,776
79,183
1,100
185,146
10,774
3,557
2,2(38
1,026
758
575
11,270
72,066
15,d88
7,300
13
8,173
136,417
1,347
300
16,446
170
2,323
49,347
$1,732,969
$1,010,035
$354,376
$57,034
60,67/
338,603
206,415
315,223
6,402
64,782
26,317
108,928
84,934
22,604
392,922
59,188
408,971
26,354
182,383
1,212,947
1,274,587
6,761,715
5,269,217
340,553
285,730
299,674
138,125
2,114,330
443,422
202,700
131,200
1,053
1,150,796
350,703
13,084,590
$35,423,076
$94,
120:
153;
165:
263,
10:
57,
93,
226:
239:
60:
698,
80,
443,
119;
24:
265,
780:
900:
295
190
,487
765
763
444
092
151
422
817
544
006
514
465
346
517
452
581
147
179,
308,
245,
476,
1,124,
344,
123
45,
24,
210
776
635
589
624
,375
,839
960
090
543,
5,169,
098
189
1,382,383
$2,297,583
316,145
$2,613,728
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
* Overdraft. LB.—CONDENSED  STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942—DISTRICTS
K 13
Districts.
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.
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1942 and
Prior).
Accounts
Receivable
(less Reserve
for
Bad Debts,
if any).
Other Assets.
Total Assets.
Demand Loans.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Matured
Debentures
unpaid.
Provincial
Government.
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.
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...
$5,576,664
168,187
56,903
296,164
770,531
283,575
8,912
50,138
146,071
378,557
48,598
120,272
65,160
851,944
37,510
814,416
24,907
1,488,905
659,705
46,665
49,015
175,557
512,575
417,640
85,629
1,502,506
$161
4,624
10,092
2,538
308,705
224,040
1,088
32,179
3,715
1,081,330
231,300
3,145
583,364
486,041
583,476
7,443
24,069
112,480
1,263
$1,990,042
1,829
161
60,719
11,775
105,657
60
14
1,903
21,157
21,431
3,786
13,267
15,712
1,326,525
48,902
13,703
53,094
7,269
49,580
56,686
11,346
580
983
24,315
33,412
110,507
$184,111
12,486*
7,217
13,582*
36,843
15,689
1,426
3,546
4,752*
4,337*
37,718
1,644
13,893
23,427
7,998
115,607
4,366
17,715
1,045
55,750
13,656
2,685
3,188
288
37,068
1,598
44,665
71,897
$187,707
14,219
4,026
21,280
14,439
13,045
1,604
4,193
25,571
21,216
23,377
19,723
16,143
106,700
14,886
3,466
17,549
6,866
40,070
42,420
7,409
10,940
43,693
4,802
50,740
190
69,161
Totals .....
$14,636,706
$4,389,391
$667,883 |   $785,435
$122,086
15,743
5,086
1,384
9,525
5,403
9
7,142
7,030
3,372
965
1,447
1,673
24,008
9,676
3,316
31,833
1,688
9,479
50,428
1,278
1,095
2,420
16,000
4,385
26
36,079
$372,576
$113,812
31,709
9,398
25,000
14,285
82,003
3,000
1,000
1,013
9,400
500
500
12,000
550,928
14,772
7,071
1,657
3,276
113,577
28,446
3,692
362
21,040
2,494
1,677
88,280
$1,140,892
$8,174,583
223,825
92,883
393,503
1,166,103
729,412
4,486
16,173
59,637
204,892
494,973
78,870
180,602
125,830
3,097,489
1,287,087
72,577
1,519,628
45,051
2,243,402
1,434,817
76,826
92,579
223,303
728,280
511,532
132,187
2,566,768
$2,649,969
62,500
84,599
651,918
445,500
7,000
2,500
148,222
10,000
23,470
1,886,685
522,208
17,660
900,520
1,175,900
827,981
8,400
20,000
344,099
103,991
87,306
1,417,964
$9,000
4,100
224,656
4,000
340
5,907
$140,000
6,328
9,635
7,429
14,690
14,585
49,251
1,946
16,014
$2,100
15,000
26,000
4,000
3,200
$451
$1,408,025
1,044
1,937
21,960
9,787
2,635
1,000
175
1,696
12,914
753
781
1,000
565
1,831
1,244
7,731
975,831
724,380
10,566
1,500
106
12,729
9,015
5,560
599
15,390
235,867
11,730
7,609
138
518
1,000
9,930
382
1,000
2,703
39,895
827
15,288
7,101
$25,977,298
$11,398,392
$248,503
$291,417
$50,300
$1,146,921
!,418,272
$1,997
9,189
41
6,432
8,028
366
619
3,481
3,466
4,015
3,174
5,170
5,759
165
3,639
6,420
10,377
200
2,691
1,755
4,915
4,328
$4,200,442
$3,974,141
73,789
150,036
10,085
82,798
107,864
285,639
699,732
466,371
464,592
264,820
4,486
7,541
8,632
1,696
57,941
60,823
144,069
152,456
342,517
23,832
55,038
16,411
164,191
35,619
90,211
3,865,973
544,033
743,054
20,217
52,360
925,903
593,725
9,359
35,692
1,433,577
809,825
874,211
560,606
8,738
68,088
•24,209
68,370
10,310.
212,993
347,236
381,044
142,768
368,764
128,028
4,159
1,450,588
1,116,180
$768,484
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
$86,227
$15,640,032  |  $11,105,750
$768,484 | 30
* Overdraft. I.C.—CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942—VILLAGES.
K 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.
Cash in
Bank and
on Hand
(other than
Sinking
Fund).
Unpaid Taxes
(Land and
Improvements Taxes,
1942 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.
Villages.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
1. Abbotsford      	
$15,852
2,950
278
143
59,727
5,155
7,997
22,142
3,589
36,392
598
1,520
129
5,665
1,445
15,660
13,026
22,619
500
2,675
367
9,716
$606
$395
327
1,451
725
3,799
1,304
2,295
648
294
922
726
868
2,066
2,405
263
408
942
1,635
837
402
3,396
1,199
$361
195
289
1,228
2,916
275
43
326
91
3,122
208
376
1,757
1,530
221
2,122
2,265
360
31
421
194
514
$164
$1,000
625
$18,378
4,097
2,018
2,096
67,840
7,254
10,592
25,327
4,929
40,833
1,532
2,764
5,452
10,946
3,429
19,363
16,750
24,844
1,368
3,498
3,982
11,429
$1,140
$1,140
$17,238
4,097
2,018
2,095
38,352
7,250
10,558
25,133
4,929
39,705
1,431
2,764
5,452
10,946
3,429
18,679
16,742
24,844
1,366
3,498
3,152
10,529
1
2
»
3
615
400
112
1,200
668
75
1
1,384
4
8
34
1
29,488
4
34
194
4
783
120
145
27
287
49
$27,673
$431
5
6
26
160
7
8. Hope                      - 	
984
8
9.  McBride      . 	
9
273
128
101
$1,000
1,128
101
10
11
1,500
1,021
1,500
96
9
1?
13.  Qualicum Beach  	
13
325
14
15. Silverton  	
15
16.  Smithers    .       	
113
508
964
684
8
684
8
16
17. Stewart	
17
18.  Terrace  	
230
18
19.  Tofino	
2
830
900
2
19
20.  Vanderhoof  	
11
?0
21.  Westview	
14
830
900
?1
22. Williams Lake  	
99
Totals  	
$228,145
$2,809
$27,307
$18,845
$2,783
$8,832
$288,721
$27,673
$5,224
$1,000
$617
$34,514
$254,207
: Overdraft. IL—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL FOR THE YEAR 1942.
K 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
Imp ro vements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
1
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Valu
ES ACTUALLY TAXED.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Cities—II. A    	
$71,181,230
69,359,361
1,997,182
$23,437,386
16,735,524
405,228
$47,743,844
52,623,837
1,591,954
$124,083,405
144,164,656
5,304,745
$32,008,889
34,617,524
996,737
$92,074,516
109,547,132
4,308,008
$47,743,844
52,623,837
l,59i,954
$92,074,516
109,547,132
4,308,008
$139,818,360
162,170,969
5,899,962
$69,055,887
82,160*, 349
2,154,004
$47,743,844
52,623,837
1,591,954
$69,055,887
82,160,349
2,154,004
$116,799,731
134,784,186
3,745,958
$47,743,844
52,623,837
1,591,954
$37,804,754
40,453,335
2,114,109
$85,548,598
Districts—II.B 	
93,077,172
Villages—II.C	
3,706,063
Totals  	
Vancouver   	
$142,537,773
147,577,834
$40,578,138
35,252,965
$101,959,635
112,324,869
$273,552,806
228,295,568
$67,623,150
33,056,550
$205,929,656
195,239,018
$101,959,635
112,324,869
$205,929,656
195,239,018
$307,889,291
307,563,887
$153,370,240
97,619,509
$101,959,635
112,324,869
$153,370,240
97,619,509
$255,329,875
209,944,378
$101,959,635
112,324,869
$80,372,198
97,619,509
$182,331,833
209,944,378
$290,115,607
$75,831,103
$214,284,504
$501,848,374
$100,679,700
$401,168,674
$214,284,504
$401,168,674
$615,453,178
$250,989,749
$214,284,504
$250,989,749
$465,274,253
$214,284,504
$177,991,707
$392,276,211
Cities—
II.A   	
$71,181,230
3,439,365
|    $23,437,386
287,485
$47,743,844
3,151,880
$124,083,405
4,069,352
$32,008,889
398,650
$92,074,516
3,670,702
$47,743,844
3,151,880
$92,074,516
3,670,70.2
$139,818,360
6,822,582
$69,055,887
2,753,027
$47,743,844
3,151,880
$69,055,887
2,753,027
$116,799,731
5,904,907
$47,743,844
3,151,880
$37,804,754
1,684,696
$85,548,598
II. Al 	
|        4,836,576
Total,  Cities 	
$74,620,595
69,359,361
580,883
|    $23,724,871
|      16,735,524
43,710
$50,895,724
52,623,837
537,173
$128,152,757
144,164,656
1,145,210
|    $32,407,539
|      34,617,524
185,195
$95,745,218
109,547,132
960,015
$50,895,724
52,623,837
537,173
$95,745,218
109,547,132
960,015
$146,640,942
162,170,969
1,497,188
$71,808,914
82,160,349
720,011
$50,895,724
|       52,623,837
537,173
$71,808,914
82,160,349
720,011
$122,704,63.8
134,784,186
1,257,184
|     $50,895,724
!      52,623,837
537,173
$39,489,450
40,453,335
464,949
1     $90,385,174
Districts—
II.B             	
93,077,172
II.B1 	
1,002,122
$69,940,244
1,997,182
|    $16,779,234
|            405,228
!    $53,161,010
!        1,591,954
$145,309,866
5,304,745
|    $34,802,719
|           996,737
$110,507,147
4,308,008
$53,161,010
1,591,954
|  $110,507,147
4,308,008
$163,668,157
5,899,962
$82,880,360
2,154,004
$53,161,010
|         1,591,954
$82,880,360
|         2,154,004
$136,041,370
3,745,958
$53,161,010
|         1,591,954
$40,918,284
|         2,114,109
|     $94,079,294
3,706,063
Villages—II.C    .     	
Totals
$146,558,021
147,577,834
|    $40,909,333
j      35,252,965
|  $105,648,688
|     112,324,869
$278,767,368
228,295,568
|    $68,206,995
|      33,056,550
i $210,560,373
195,239,018
$105,648,688
112,324,869
|  $210,560,373
|    195,239,018
$316,209,061
307,563,887
$156,843,278
97,619,509
$105,648,688
112,324,869
|  $156,843,278
1
97,619,509
$262,491,966
209,944,378
|  $105,648,688
112,324,869
|     $82,521,843
|       97,619,509
$188,170,531
209,944,378
Grand totals »_ 	
$294,135,855
|     $76,162,298
| $217,973,557
$507,062,936
|  $101,263,545
|  $405,799,391
$217,973,557
|  $405,799,391
I
$623,772,948
$254,462,787
| $217,973,557
[  $254,462,787
$472,436,344
|  $217,973,557
|  $180,141,352
|  $398,114,909
1 II.A.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATES FOR THE YEAR 1942—CITIES.
K 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       ...    .
$389,346
388,925
830,860
405,629
625,421
138,039
508,030
32.2,107
504,941
570,510
199,287
2,048,101
219,600
1,569,607
320,629
743,729
2,157,341
1,893,854
12,357,536
6,168,357
1,050,710
1,360,884
1,009,475
1,852,912
3,560,455
912,830
488,498
351,068
80,770
1,634,026
1,546,890
24,970,863
$129,780
63,470
90,925
44,320
84,870
16,350
35,250
121,270
242,928
305,140
149,515
298,000
59,236
320,200
73,150
520,839
354,875
236,360
4,282,529
3,791,000
298,453
762,560
473,535
1,211,793
1,941,205
286,225
70,170
67,892
50,745
127,730
303,110
6,623,961
$259,566
325,455
739,935
361,309
540,551
121,689
472,780
200,837
262,013
265,370
49,772
1,750,101
160,364
1,249,407
247.479
222,890
1,802,466
1,657,494
8,075,007
2,377,357
752,257
598,324
535,940 .
641,119
1,619,250
626,605
418,328
283,176
30,025
1,506,296
1,243,780
18,346,902
$642,735
641,755
2,112,750
1,235,086
1,704,975
313,980
1,509,775
353,095
1,550,066
710,100
193,525
5,047,530
372,460
4,808,738
372,150
577,405
4,581,360
5,525,295
19,208,594
5,269,200
3,058,310
756,695
628,725
1,358,286
6,095,470
1,933,910
2,076,345
740,505
76,210
5,898,050
3,626,975
41,103,350
$76,950
216,300
320,800
138,420
331,700
88,800
230,100
132,070
668,327
195,220
94,525
840,490
150,840
653,660
60,550
120,100
581,350
1,086,205
5,207,922
1,041,650
647,620
69,150
39,000
134,060
2,578,075
503,100
312,350
160,675
15,370
750,000
799,600
13,763,910
$565,785
425,455
1,791,950
1,096,666
1,373,275
225,180
1,279,675
221,025
881,739
514,880
99,000
4,207,040
221,620
4,155,078
311,600
457,305
4,000,010
4,439,090
14,000,672
4,227,550
2,410,690
687,545
589,725
1,224,226
3,517,395
1,430,810
1,763,995
579,830
60,840
5,148,050
2,827,375
27,339,440
$259,566
325,455
739,935
361,309
540,551
121,689
472,780
200,837
262,013
265,370
49,772
1,750,101
160,364
1,249,407
247,479
222,890
1,802,466
1,657,494
8,075,007
2,377,357
752,257
598,324
535,940
641,119
1,619.250
626,605
418,328
283,176
30,025
1,506,296
1,243,780
18,346,902
$565,785
425,455
1,791,950
1,096,666
1,373,275
225,180
1,279,675
221,025
881,739
514,880
99,000
4,207,040
221,620
4,155,078
311,600
457,305
4,000,010
4,439,090
14,000,672
4,227,550
2,410,690
687,545
589,725
1,224,226
3,517,395
1,430,810
•    1,763,995
579,830
60,840
5,148,050
2,827,375
27,339,440
$825,351
750,910
2,531,885
1,457,975
1,913,826
346,869
1,752,455
421,862
1,143,752
780,250
148,772
5,957,141
381,984
5,404,485
559,079
680,195
5,802,476
6,096,584
22,075,679
6,604,907
3,162,947
1,285,869
1,125,665
1,865,345
5,136,645
2,057,415
2,182,323
863,006
90,865
6,654,346
4,071,155
45,686,342
$424,339
319,091
1,343,963
822,499
1,029,956
168,885
959,756
165,769
661,304
386,160
74,250
3,155,280
166,215
3,116,309
233,700
342,979
3,000,007
3.329,317
10,500,504
3,170,663
1,808,017
515,659
442,294
918,169
2,638,046
1,073,108
1,322,996
434,873
45,630
3,861,038
2,120,531
20,504,580
$259,566
325,455
739,935
361,309
540,551
121,689
472,780
200,837
262,013
265,370
49,772
1,750,101
160,364
1,249,407
247,479
222,890
1,802,466
1,657,494
8,075,007
2,377,357
752,257
598,324
535,940
641,119
1,619,250
626,605
418,328
283,176
30,025
1,506,296
1,243,780
18,346,902
$424,339
319,091
1,343,963
822,499
1,029,956
168,885
959,756
165,769
661,304
386,160
74,250
3,155,280
166,215
3,116,309
233,700
342,979
3,000,007
3,329,317
10,500,504
3,170,663
1,808,017
515,659
442,294
918,169
2,638,046
1,073,108
1,322,996
434,873
45,630
3,861,038
2,120,531
20,504.580
$683,905
644,546
2,083,898
1,183,808
1,570,507
290,574
1,432,536
366,606
923,317
651,530
124,022
4,905.381
326,579
4,365,716
481,179
565,869
4,802,473
4,986,811
18.575,511
5,548,020
2,560'.274
1,113,983
978,234
1,559,288
4,257,296
1,699,713
1,741,324
718,049
75,655
5,367,334
3,364,311
38,851,482
$259,566
325,455
739,935
361,309
540,551
121,689
472,780
200,837
262,013
265,370
49,772
1,750,101
160,364
1,249,407
247,479
222,890
1,802,466
1,657,494
8,075,007
2,377,357
752.257
598,324
535,940
641,119
1,619,250
626,605
418.328
283,176
30,025
1,506,296
1,243,780
18.346,902
$169,735
212,727
537,585
548,333
686,637
112,590
383,902
110,512
484,956
257,440
;    33,000
2,103,520
110,810
1,385,026
: 155,800
!    91,461
400,001
2,219,545
30
50
30
50
50
50
30
50
55
50
331/3
50
50
33!/3
50
20
10
50
Nil
50
25
25
35
Nil
35
50
40
50
10
50
50
65
$429,301
538,182
1,277,520
909,642
1,227,188
234,279
856,682
311,349
746,969
522,810
82,772
3,853,621
271,174
2,634,433
403,279
314,351
2,202,467
3,877,039
8,075,007
4,491,132
1,354,929
770,210
742,343
641,119
2,850,338
1,342,010
1,123,926
573,091
36,109
■4,080,321
2,657,467
36,117,538
Mills.
55.0
40.0
55.0
31.0
38.0
40.0
41.0
38,0
35,0
40.0
64.0
39.0
50.0
44.0
46.0
60.0
60.0
32.62(26.9)
71.0
52.0
56.0
55.0
40.0
65.0
47.5
42.0
5.2.0
43.0
35.0
40.0
48.0
37.0
1
2. Armstrong	
2
3. Chilliwack : ...
3
4. Courtenay	
5. Cranbrook	
6. Cumberland	
4
5
6
7. Duncan	
7
8. Enderby	
9. Fernie	
8
9
10. Grand  Forks	
11. Greenwood	
12. Kamloops       .
13. Kaslo	
10
11
12
13
14. Kelowna	
14
15. Ladysmith	
16. Merritt    ..
15
16
17. Nanaimo	
17
18. Nelson    	
18
19. New Westminster   ...
19
20. North Vancouver	
21. Port Alberni    ... .
2,113,775
602,672
171,886
206,403
1,231,088
715,405
705,598
289,915
6,084
2,574,025
1,413,687
17,770,636
20
21
22.  Port Coquitlam	
22
23.  Port Moody	
23
24. Prince George  ..
24
25. Prince Rupert	
25
26.  Revelstoke    ... .
26
27. Rossland	
27
28. Salmon Arm	
28
29. Slocan	
30. Trail	
31. Vernon	
29
30
31
32.  Victoria _	
32
Totals 	
$71,181,230
$23,437,386
$47,743,844
$124,083,405
$32,008,889
$92,074,516
$47,743,844
$92,074,516
$139,818,360
$69,055,887
$47,743,844
$69,055,887
$116,799,731
$47,743,844
$37,804,754
$85,548,598
Bracketed figures represent tax on improvements.
II.A1.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE ON OUTSIDE  AREAS FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES FOR THE YEAR 1942—CITIES.
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.
Improvements.
Total.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Values actually taxed
Land.
j Improvements.
Per Cent,
of Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
Tax Rate.
Courtenay	
Cranbrook .....
Cumberland ~
Enderby	
Fernie	
Grand Forks..
Kamloops	
Kaslo	
Kelowna ....
Ladysmith .
Merritt	
Nanaimo.....
Nelson ....
New Westminster..
Revelstoke	
Slocan	
Trail	
Vernon	
$240,812
210,402
198,394
106,561
213,225
356,165
148,293
69,665
120,580
102,146
108,343
6,000
288,443
132,891
166,320
48,170
142,675
780,280
$1,200
540
75,740
85,415
7,070
13,575
5,200
2,500
18,920
Totals _
$3,439,365
53,525
16,845
4,955
2,000
$287,485
$240,812
210,402
197,194
106,021
137,485
270,750
141,223
56,090
115,380
99,646
108,343
6,000
269,523
132,891
112,795
31,325
137,720
778,280
$3,151,J
$182,628
405,575
274,555
50,750
216,580
284,700
182,330
27,880
209,295
147,300
18,194
20,000
411,375
179,420
334,820
55,865
636,175
431,910
I
$25,700
81,650
35,000
500
14,450
2,650
228,200
500
10,000
$4,069,352
$398,650
$182,628
405,575
274,555
50,750
190,880
203,050
147,330
27,380
209,295
132,850
18,194
20,000
408,725
179,420
106,620
55,365
626,175
431,910
3,670,702
$240,812
210,402
197,194
106,021
137,485
270,750
141,223
56,090
115,380
99,646
108,343
6,000
269,523
132,891
112,795
31,325
137,720
778,280
$3,151,880
$182,628
405,575
274,555
50,750
190,880
203,050
147,330
27,380
209,295
132,850
18,194
20,000
408,725
179,420
106,620
55,365
626,175
431,910
$423,440
615 977
471,749
156,771
328,365
473,800
288,553
83,470
324,675
232,496
126,537
26,000
678,248
312,311
219,415
86,690
763,895
1,210,190
$136,971
304,181
205,917
38,062
143,160
152.287
110,498
20,535
156,971
99,638
13,645
15,000
306,544
134,565
79,965
41,524
469,631
323,933
$240,812
210,402
197,194
106,021
137,485
270,750
141,223
56,090
115,380
99,646
108,343
6,000
269,523
132 891
112,795
31.325
137.720
778,280
$136,971
304,181
205,917
38,062
143,160
152.287
110,498
20,535
156,971
99,638
13,645
15,000
306,544
134,565
79,965
41,524
469,631
323,933
$3,670,702
$6,822,582
$2,753,027
$3,151,880
$2,753,027
$377,783
514,583
403,111
144,083
280,645
423,037
251,721
76,625
272,351
199,284
121,988
21,000
576,067
267,456
192,760
72,849
607,351
1,102,213
$240
210
197
106,
137,
270,
141,
56
115,
99,
108,
6
269,
132
112,
31
137,
778
812
402
194
,021
,485
750
223
090
380
646
343
000
,523
,891
,795
,325
720
,280
$91,314
202,787
137,277
25.375
104,984
I 101,525
73,665
13,690
69,765
66.425
3,639
2,000
■ 204,362
Nil
53,310
5 536
313,087
215,955
i,904,907
$3,151,880  I  $1,684,696
50
50
50
50
55
50
50
50
331/3
50
20
10
50
Nil
50
10
50
50
$332.
413,
334,
131,
242,
372,
214,
69.
185,
166,
111,
8,
473.
132,
166,
36,
450,
994,
126
189
471
396
469
275
888
780
145
071
982
000
885
891
105
861
807
235
$4,836,576
Mills.
15.5
24.0
20.0
12.16
20.0
18.5
15.614
10.0
16.6
26.0
17.0
24.56
20.6
34.0
18.0
15.0
18.3
14.7 II.B.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1942—DISTRICTS.
K 21
Districts.
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
Value of
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Land.
Improvements.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent,
of Improvements
actually
taxed.
Total.
Tax Rate.
1. Burnaby
2,
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Chilliwhack	
Coldstream ....
Coquitlam	
Delta	
Esquimalt	
Fraser Mills....
Glenmore	
Kent	
Langley	
Maple Ridge ._
Matsqui	
Mission 	
North Cowichan.—
North Vancouver..
Oak Bay	
Peachland	
Penticton	
Pitt Meadows	
Richmond	
Saan ich 	
Salmon Arm	
Spallumcheen	
Sumas	
Summerland	
Surrey	
Tadanac	
West Vancouver..
Totals	
$13
3,
1,
3,
2,
,352,795
,437,890
623,970
,549,303
612,886
,137,447
142,730
151,295
801,067
418,982
612,766
351,040
776,521
248,085
121,785
462,510
250,695
073,784
700,100
989,410
153,933
837,871
568,750
886,753
092,781
609,714
199,484
195,014
$6,995,505
32,900
3,750
590,369
101,760
1,072,690
1,254
1,290
8,956
111,905
90,980
95,643
89,0*48
96,385
4,328,039
205,2 30
81,844
255,665
99,860
388,190
518,885
74,025
12,265
19,365
73,658
541,218
844,845
$6,357,290
3,404,990
620,220
958,934
3,511,126
1,064,757
141,476
150,005
792,111
2,307,077
1,521,786
1,255,397
687,473
1,151,700
1,793,746
3,257,280
168,851
1,818,119
600,240
4,601,220
3,635,04S
763,846
1,556,485
867,388
1,019,123
5,068,496
199,484
3,350,169
$69,359,361  j $16,735,524 | $52,623,837
i
I
$14,960
2,809
314
7,566,
2,383
10,960
639
282;
630,
3,010,
2,780,
2,712,
5,812,
2,803,
2,964,
10,569,
178,
4,580,
471,
6,205,
12,631,
971,
461,
671,
1,905,
5,245,
32,530,
7.108,
205
,060
,760
,080
,480
,595
,878
,930
,793
,260
,752
,360
,962
,910
,365
,700
,610
,025
,870
252
,292
155
605
830
944
825
588
570
$3,024,355
185,550
500
6,116,900
401,170
8,932,655
35,550
34,860
95,575
192,802
140,641
76,640
87,670
369,690
285,080
25,300
509,500
34,060
1,831,984
1,457,177
30,570
3,800
18,700
111,070
365,215
10,000,000
250,510
$11,935,850
2,623,510
314,260
1,449,180
1,982,310
2,027,940
639,878
247,380
595,'933
2,914,685
2,587,950
2,571,719
5,736,322
2,716,240
2,594,675
10,284,620
153,310
4,070,5.25
437,810
4,373,268
11,174,115
940,585
457,805
653,130
1,794,874
4,880,610
22,530,588
6,858,060
$144,164,656 | $34,617,524 | $109,547,13.2
I
I
$6,357,290
3,404,990
620,220
958,934
3,511,126
1,064,757
141,476
150,005
792,111
2,307,077
1,521,786
1,255,397
687,473
1,151,700
1,793,746
3,257,280
168,851
1,818,119
600,240
4,601,220
3,635,048
763,846
1,556,485
867,388
1,019,123
5,068,496
199,484
3,350,169
$52,623,837
$11,935,850
2,623,510
314,260
1,449,180
1,982,310
2,027,940
639,878
247,380
595,933
2,914,685
2,587,950
2,571,719
5,736,322
2,716,240
2,594,675
10,284,620
153,310
4,070,525
437,810
4,373,268
11,174,115
940,585
457,805
653,130
1,794,874
4,880,610
22,530,588
6,858,060
$109,547,132
$18,293,140
6,028,500
934,480
2,408,114
5,493,436
3,092,697
781,354
397,385
1,388,044
5,221,762
4,109,736
3,827,116
6,423,795
3,867,940
4,388,421
13,541,900
322,161
5,888,644
1,038,050
8,974,488
14,809,163
1,704,431
2,014,290
1,520,518
2,813,997
9,949,106
22,730,072
10,208,229
$162,170,969
$8,951,888
1,967,633
235,695
1,086,885
1,486,732
1,520,955
479,908
185,535
446,950
2,186,014
1,940,963
1,928,789
4,302,241
2,037,180
1,946,006
7,713,465
114,983
3,052,894
328,357
3,279,951
8,380,586
705,439
343,354
489,848
1,346,155
3,660,457
16,897,941
5,143,545
$82,160,349
$6,357,290
3,404,990
620,220
958,934
3,511,126
1,064,757
141,476
150,005
792,111
2,307,077
1,521,786
1,255,397
687,473
1,151,700
, 1,793,746
3,257,280
168,851
1,818,119
600,240
4,601,220
3,635,048
763,846
1,556,485
867,388
1,019,123
5,068,496
199,484
3,350,169
$52,623,837
$8,951,888
1,967,633
235,695
1,086,885
1,486,732
1,520,955
479,908
185,535
446,950
2,186,014
1,940,963
1,928,789
4,302,241
2,037,180
1,946,006
7,713,465
114,983
3,052,894
328,357
3,279,951
8,380,586
705,439
343,354
489,848
1,346,155
3,660,457
16,897,941
5,143,545
$82,160,349
$15,309,178
5,372,623
855,915
2,045,819
4,997,858
2,585,712
621,384
335,540
1,239,061
4,493,091
3,462,749
3,184,186
4,989,714
3,188,880
3,739,752
10,970,745
283,834
4,871,013
928,597
7,881,171
12,015,634
1,469,285
1,899,839
1,357,236
2,365,278
8,728,953
17,097,425
8,493,714
$134,784,186
$6,357,
3,404,
620,
958,
3,511,
1,064,
141,
150,
792
2,307,
1,521,
1,255,
687,
1,151,
1,793,
3,257,
168,
1,818,
600,
4,601,
3,635,
763,
1,556
867,
1,019
5,068,
199,
3,350,
,290
,990
,220
,934
126
,757
,476
,005
,111
,077
,786
,397
,473
,700
,746
,280
,851
,119
,240
,220
,048
,846
,485
,388
,123
,496
,484
,169
$52,623,837
$5,967,925
1,049,404
157,130
434,754
991,155
1,013,970
319,939
123,690
1,457,343
1,293,975
565,778
3,441,793
1,358,120
1,297,338
5,142,310
38,328
1,017,631
218,905
2,186,634
5,028,352
141,087
326,565
2,440,305
3,755,098
685,806
0,453,335
50
40
50
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
Mills.
$12,325,215
49.0
4,454,394
23,0
777,350
33.0
1,393,688
46.0
4,502,281
16.25
2,078,727
36.0
461,415
12.0
273,695
30.0
792,111
27.0 (35.0
3,764,420
(A) (50.0
2,815,761
(B) (45.6
1,821,175
35.0
4,129,266
26.0 (40.0
2,509,820
(C)
3,091,084
58.0
8,399,590
25.0
207,179
30.0
2,835,750
44.0
819,145
21.0
6,787,854
22.0
8,663,400
31.0
904,933
31.0
1,556,485
23.7
1,193,953
27.0
1,019,123
26.0
7,508,801
32.5
3,954,582
37.0
4,035,975
61.0
$93,077,172
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
I 21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Bracketed figures represent tax on wild lands.
(A)   Rate—Improved  lands
Improvements   ...
Mills.
. 25.0
. 22.0
Mills.
(B)   For school purposes 50% of improvements are taxed.
For general purposes 20% of improvements are taxed.
Rate—Improved  lands     31.6
Improvements     31.6
Mills.
(C)   Rate—Improved lands :
North   Cowichan   School  District    21.7
Duncan   Consolidated  School  District   28.4
Chemainus School District      30.8
II.B1.—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX RATE ON OUTSIDE AREAS FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES FOR THE YEAR 1942—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Total
Assessed
Value of
Land.
Total
Assessed
t 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.
Land.
I Improvements.
Total.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Improvements.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
I    Per Cent.
! of Improve-
Improvements. ments
actually
taxed.
Tax Rat«e.
Coquitlam	
Kent	
Maple Ridge ..
Mission    	
$10,925
54,478
4,800
510,680
Totals
$580,883
$40-0
43,310
$10,925
54,478
4,400
487,370
$43,710
$537,173
I
$184,950
900
959,360
$1,145,210
$185,195
$185,195
$184,950
900
774,165
$960,015
$L0,925
54,478
4,400
457,370
$184,950
900
774,165
$537,173
$960,015
$10,925
239,428
5,300
1,241,535
$1,497,188
$138,712
675
580,624
$720,011
$10,925
54,478
4,400
467,370
$537,173
$138,712
675
580,624
$720,011
$10,925
193,190
5,075
1,047,994
$1,257,184
$10,925
54,478
4,400
467,370
$537,173
$450
464,499
$464,949
Nil
50
60
$10,925
54,478
4,850
931,869
$1,002,122
Mills.
14.25
14.0
15.6
10.0 II.C—ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL AND TAX  RATE  FOR THE YEAR 1942—VILLAGES.
K 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
Improvements
exempted
from
Taxation.
Total
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements.
Total Assessments less Exemptions.
Improvements.
Total.
Limit of
Assessed
Valuation of
Improvements
Taxable.
Taxable Values.
Land.
Improvements.
Total.
Values actually taxed.
Land.
Improvements.
Per Cent.    I
of Improve-
ments
actually
taxed.
Total.
Tax Rate.
1. Abbotsford	
2. Burns Lake	
3. Chapman Camp...
4. Cranberry Lake—
5. Creston	
6. Dawson Creek	
7. Gibsons Landing..
8. Hope 	
9. McBride .	
10. Mission	
11. New Denver 	
12. Pouce Coupe	
13. Qualicum Beach....
14. Quesnel	
15. Silverton 	
16. Smithers	
17. Stewart  ...
18. Terrace	
19. Tofino	
20. Vanderhoof..
21. West view	
22. Williams Lake-
Totals	
$122,896
33,745
24,788
Incorporated
212,098     |
24,450     |
42,157
143,088
40,939
495,231
43,439
19,287
Incorporated
150,417
18,782
215,120
192,669
75.714
20,822
35,730
Incorporated
,85,810    |
$5,706
10,725
95
June 11th, 1942.
17,355
1,465
2,060
22,998
3,450
39,920
14,810
2,400
May 5th, 1942.
67,267    |
3,165
97,565
82,269
24,229
1,999
2,900
June 11th,
4,850
I
1942.
$117,190
23,020
24,693
194,743
22,985
40,097
120,090
37,489
455,311
28,629
16,887
83,150
15,617
117,555
110,400
51,485
18,823
32,830
80,960
$1,997,182
$405,228
$1,591,954
316,915
I
1,304,745  |
54,075
6,737
$313,300
104,385
271,250
493,015
259,933
59,450
133,100
149,608
745,060
80,595
88,167
335,040
53,025
398,955
226,940
121,820
82,850
128,675
262,840
$4,308,008
$117,190
23,020
24,693
194,743
22,985
40,097
120,090
37,489
455,311
28,629
16,887
83,150
15,617
117,555
110,400
51,485
18,823
32,830
80,960
$313,300
104,385
271,250
493,015
259,933
59,450
133,100
149,608
745,060
80,595
88,167
335,040
53,025
398,955
226,940
121,820
82,850
128,675
262,840
$1,591,954
$4,308,008
$430,490
127,405
295,943
687,758
282,918
99,547
253,190
187,097
1,200,371
109,224
105,054
418,190
68,642
516,510
337,340
173,305
101,673
161,505
343,800
$156,650
52,193
135,625
246,508
129,966
29,725
66,550
74,804
372,530
40,298
44,083
167,520
26,512
199,477
113,470
60,910
41,425
64,338
131,420
$117,190
23,020
24,693
194,743
22,985
40,097
120,090
37,489
455,311
28,629
16,887
83,150
15,617
117,555
110,400
51,485
18,823
32,830
80,960
$156,650
52,193
135,625
246,508
129,966
29,725
66,550
74,804
372,530
40,298
44,083
167,520
26,512
199,477
113,470
60,910
41,425
64,338
131,420
$2,154,004 |  $1,591,954
$2,154,004
$273,840
75,213
160,318
441,251
152,951
69,822
186,640
112,293
827,841
68,927
60,970
250,670
42,129
317,032
223,870
112,395
60,248
97,168
212,380
$3,745,958
$117,190
23,020
24,693
194,743
22,985
40,097
120,090
37,489
455,311
28,629
16,887
83,150
15,617
117,555
110,400
51,485
18,823
32,830
80,960
$1,591,954
$156,650
52,193
135,625
246,508
129,966
29,725
66,550
74,804
372,530
40,298
44,083
167,520
26,512
159,582
113,470
60,910
41,425
64,338
131,420
$2,114,109
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
50
$273,840
75,213
160,318
441,251
152,951
69,822
186,640
112,293
827,841
68,927
60,970
250,670
42,129
277,137
223,870
112,395
60,248
97,168
212,380
Mills.
12.0
10.0
10.0 (16.0)
15.0
15.0
8.0
8.0
15,0
16.0
20.0
15.0
16.0
10.0 (20.0)
16.0
14.0
16.0
10.0
18.0
15.0
$3,706,063
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Bracketed figures represent tax on improvements. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 25
III.A.—TAX RATE LEVY, 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
Alberni   	
18.00
26.00
11.00
55.00
Land  	
50.00
30.00
Armstrong 	
13.00
14.50
12.50
40.00
40.00
Chilliwack  	
16.50
24.50
14.00
55.00
55.00
Courtenay	
15.50
15.50
31.00
31.00
Cranbrook 	
3.00
24.00
11.00
38.00
39.00
Cumberland — 	
20.00
20.00
40.00
40.00
Duncan	
27.25
13.50
.25
41.00
39.00
22.37
12.16
3.47
38.00
38.00
15.00
7.00
16.00
20.00
18.50
35.00
14.50
13.00
35.00
40.00
64.00
50.00
40.00
Greenwood	
64.00
Kamloops _ __ 	
18.001
15.614
5.385
39.00
39.00
Kaslo 	
35.00
10.00
5.00
50.00
40.00
Kelowna      _       ...                           	
15.89
16.60
11.51
44.00
44.00
Ladysmith 	
20.00
26.00
46.00
39.00
7.00
17.00
36.00
60.00
60.00
Nanaimo	
6.20
24.56
29.24
60.00
60.00
Nelson—
Land _ _ _	
6.30
20.60
5.72
32.62
32.62
6.30
20.60
26.90
26.18
New Westminster	
4.00
34.00
33.00     -
71.00
70.00
North Vancouver  _	
34.855
17.145
52.00
52.00
9.07
30.30
16.63
56.00
55.00
Port Coquitlam    _
19.335
12.923
22.742
55.00
55.00
3.48
12.46
24.06
40.00
40.00
Prince George 	
18.926
30.720
15.354
65.00
65.00
8.60
22.00
17.00
47.50
47.50
Revelstoke   	
19.23
18.00
4.77
42.00
42.00
Rossland   	
10.10
30.79
11.11
52.00
60.00
Salmon Arm  __	
19.68
12.36
10.96
43.00
43.00
Slocan	
20.00
15.00
35.00
34.00
Trail .___ «
12.40
14.50
Vernon ._	
28.40
16.70
2.90
48.00
48.00
Victoria	
18.098
11.755
7.147
37.00
38.00
Vancouver	
20.000
16.761
15.319
52.080
50.00 K 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
III.A1.—TAXES ON AN ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR LAND AND $1,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1942, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES ON A
MONTHLY BASIS FOR 1941—CITIES.
(Not including Local Improvement and Special Taxes.)
Mill Rate
for
1942.
Percentage of
Improvements
taxed in
1942.
Taxes on an Assessment of $100 for Land and
$1,000 for Improvements.
Cities.
Land at
100% of
Assessed
Value.
Improvements at
Percentage taxed.
Annual
Tax for
1942.
Comparative
Monthly Tax.
1942.
1941.
Alberni —    	
Armstrong —   _	
55.00
40.00
55.00
31.00
38.00
40.00
41.00
38.00
35.00
40.00
64.00
39.00
50.00
44.00
46.00
60.00
60.00
32.62
26.90
71.00
52.00
56.00
55.00
40.00
65.00
47.50
42.00
52.00
43.00
35.00
40.00
48.00
37.00
52.080
30
50
30
50
50
50
30
50
55
50
33y3
50
50
33 Vz
50
20
10
50
Nil
50
25
25
35
Nil
35
50
40
50
10
50
50
65
50
$5.50
4.00
5.50
3.10
3.80
4.00
4.10
3.80
3.50
4.00
6.40
3.90
5.00
4.40
4.60
6.00
6.00
3.26
7.10
5.20
5.60
5.50
4.00
6.50
4.75
4.20
5.20
4.30
3.50
4.00
4.80
3.70
5.21
$16.50
20.00
16.50
15.50
19.00
20.00
12.30
19.00
19.25
20.00
21.33
19.50
25.00
14.67
23.00
12.00
6.00
$22.00
24.00
22.00
18.60
22.80
24.00
16.40
22.80
22.75
24.00
27.73
23.40
30.00
19.07
27.60
18.00
12.00
16.71
7.10
31.20
19.60
19.25
18.00
6.50
21.38
25.20
26.00
25.80
7.00
24.00
28.80
27.75
31.25
$1.83
2.00
1.83
1.55
1.90
2.00
1.37
1.90
1.90
2.00
2.31
1.95
2.50
1.59
2.30
1.50
1.00
1.39
.59
2.60
1.63
1.60
1.50
.54
1.78
2.10
2.17
2.15
.58
2.00
2.40
2.31
2.60
$1.66
2.00
1.84
Courtenay 	
1.55
1.95
Cumberland — 	
2.00
1.30
1.90
2.71
2.00
2.31
1.95
2.00
Kelowna   '—
1.59
1.95
Merritt...  	
1.50
1.00
Nelson—
13.46
Nil
26.00
14.00
13.75
14.00
Nil
16.63
21.00
20.80
21.50
3.50
20.00
24.00
.     24.05
26.04
1.37
New Westminster	
.58
2.60
1.60
1.60
1.17
Prince George 	
Prince Rupert 	
.54
1.78
2.10
2.50
2.15
.57
Trail        	
2.00
2.40
2.38
Vancouver—  _
2.50 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 27
III.B.—TAX RATE
LEVY, 1942—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
Burnaby      ,   	
18.85
20.29
9.86
49.00
49.00
6.425
14.973
1.602
23.00
23.00
Coldstream —   ,	
19.90
10.50
2.60
33.00
35.00
24.00
14.25
7.75
46.00
46.00
8.19
19.75
12.00
15-80
13.00
7.83
13.76
11.60
14.00
.23
2.49
2.60
16.25
36.00
12.00
30.00
27.00(35.00)
16.25
37.00
12.00
30.00
Kent             	
25.00
Langley—
Land      _. _ _     ,	
20.00
4.00
1.00
25.00(50.00)
25.00(50.00)
Improvements    	
22.00
22.00
20.00
16.00
15.60
31.60(45.60)
29.14(43.14)
Matsqui  ,, , 	
17.00
18.00
35.00
34.00(50.00)
Mission .... _  	
16.00
10.00
26.00(40.00)
26.00(40.00)
North Cowichan—
North Cowichan School District	
13.40
8.30
21.70
22.00
Chemainus School District          .... ...
13.40
14.33
3.07
30.80
30.00
Duncan Consolidated School District
13.40
14.21
.79
28.40
26.60
North Vancouver  , ... 	
41.692
16.308
58.00
58.00
Oak Bay    -  - ..._
12.38
10.34
2.28
25.00
25.00
Peachland __   _.  	
16.50
13.50
30.00
26.50
5.57
10.50
21.50
10.50
10.664
16.93
11.336
44.00
21.00
22.00
44.00
19.00
Richmond __  _,. _  	
22.00
18.50
18.22
10.17
15.00
12.50
12.08
12.07
12.00
.70
1.46
31.00
31.00
23.70   ■
27.00
30.00
31.00
23.70
SumES              .  - _ 	
25.00
Summerland  ,	
7.75
18.25
26.00
30.00
Surrey  __ ,. „ 	
19.50
13.00
32.50
32.50
Tadanac   _    ■■    ■	
21.50
15.50
37.00
37.00
West Vancouver ____ __ __	
20.87
18.88
21.25
61.00
61.00
Bracketed figures represent tax on wild land. K 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
III.B1.—TAXES ON AN ASSESSMENT OF $100 FOR LAND AND $1,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1942, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES ON A
MONTHLY BASIS FOR 1941—DISTRICTS.
(Not including Local Improvement and Special Taxes.)
Mill Rate
for
1942.
Percentage of
Improvements
taxed in
1942.
Taxes
on an Assessment of $100 for Land and
$1,000 for Improvements.
Districts.
Land at
100% of
Assessed
Value.
Improvements at
Percentage taxed.
Annual
Tax for
1942.
Comparative
Monthly Tax.
^
1942.
1941.
49.00
23.00
33.00
46.00
16.25
36.00
12.00
30.00
27.00
25.00
22.00
31.60
35.00
26.00
26.97*
58.00
25.00
30.00
44.00
21.00
22.00
31.00
31.00
23.70
27.00
26.00
32.50
37.00
6L00
50
40
50
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
$4.90
2.30
3.30
4.60
1.63
3.60
1.20
3.00
2.70
2.50
3.16
3.50
2.60
2.70
5.80
2.50
3.00
4.40
2.10
2.20
3.10
3.10
2.37
2.70
2.60
3.25
3.70
6.10
$24.50
9.20
16.50
13.80
8.13
18.00
6.00
15.00
Nil
11.00
15.80
7.70
15.60
13.49
29.00
12.50
7.50
11.00
10.50
11.00
13.95
4.65
Nil
13.50
Nil
16.25
6.17
6.10
$29.40
11.50
19.80
18.40
9.76
21.60
7.20
18.00
2.70
13.50
18.96
11.20
18.20
16.19
34.80
15.00
10.50
15.40
12.60
13.20
17.05
7.75
2.37
16.20
2.60
19.50
9.87
12.20
$2.45
.96
1.65
1.53
.82
1.80
.60
1.50
.23
1.13
1.58
.93
1.52
1.35
2.90
1.25
.88
1.28
$2.45
.96
Coldstream __	
Coquitlam	
Delta                                     	
.29
1.53
.82
Esquimalt _ __ _ '    ,	
1.85
.60
1.50
Kent 	
.21
Langley—
Improvements ____	
1.04
1.46
.91
1.52
North Cowichan    _ _	
North Vancouver _ _	
Oak Bay          	
1.31
2.90
1.25
Peachland _	
.77
1.28
1.05                 .95
Richmond ■    __ ____ —	
1.10              1.10
1.42       1       1.38
Salmon Arm _ _	
.63
.20
1.35
.22
1.62
.82
1.02
.63
.20
1.25
.25
Surrey  ___ _	
1.62
.82
West Vancouver  _   __
1.02
* Various school district rates averaged. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 29
III.C—TAX RATE LEVY, 1942—VILLAGES.
Villages.
General.
School.
Debt.
Total.
Total
Previous Year.
12.00
10.00
10.00
16.00
Incorporated
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
16.00
20.00
15.00
Incorporated
16.00
10.00
20.00
16.00
14.00
16.00
10.00
18.00
lune 11th, 194S
May 5th, 1942.
lime 1.1th. 1945
12.00
10.00
10.00
16.00
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
15.00
16.00
20.00
15.00
16.00
10.00
20.00
16.00
14.00
16.00
10.00
18.00
15.00
12.00
10.00
Chapman Camp-
Land __ _
10.00
20.00
Cranberry Lake    	
Creston    _ _	
Dawson Creek __. _._ 	
Gibsons Landing __ 	
15.00
15.00
8.00
8.00
McBride ... , _	
15.00
Mission  _ _	
16.00
20.00
15.00
Qualicum Beach  __ _	
15.00
Silverton—
Land _ , __ _	
Improvements — _ ,	
Smithers — _	
10.00
20.00
14.00
14.00
Terrace __   	
Tofino _	
Vanderhoof .__ ___	
16.00
10.00
18.00
15.00                                       	
15.00
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'
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31
-
UTILITIES.
|   .
Housing.           Cemeteries.
General Debt
—Streets,
Sewers (other
than Local
Improvements), other
Non-revenue
I 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.
Water Supply
System.
Electric Light
and Power.
Other.
Total.
General.
Better
Housing.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
Cities—IV.A.     .
$3,936,171
3,381,040
27,673
|      $1,217,045
27,000
|          $301,000
|            546,800
$5,454,216
3,954,840
27,673
|             $5,000
10,000
$21,602,800
6,164,694
|      $2,031,582
|           921,116
|            $77,000
|              22,100
$1,774,406
325,642
$30,945,004
11,398,392
27,673
$143,106
238,696
$64,814
9.807
[          $579,879
291,417
|          $592,893
50,300
$1,732,969
1,146,921
5,224
$34,058,665
13,135,533
32,897
Districts—IV. B	
Villages—IV. C
Totals	
$7,344,884
9,925,783
|      $1,244,045
$847,800
$9,436,729
9,925,783
$15,000
|           426,500
$27,767,494
39,524,899
$2,952,698
10,289,482
$99,100
$2,100,048
6,161,214
$42,371,069
66,327,878
$381,802
$74.fi21
$871,296
$643,193
|              60,000
$2,885,114
789,868
$47,227,095
67,177,746
Vancouver	
Grand totals	
$17,270,667
$1,244,045
|          $847,800
$19,362,512
|          $441,500
$67,292,393
|    $13,242,180
j            $99,100
$8,261,262
$108,698,947
$381,802
$74,621
$871,296
$703,193
$3,674,982
$114,404,841
•
!
IV.A.—DEBENTURE AND  SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942—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.
1.  Alberni	
$33,156
30,490
$33,156
30,490
$2,500
26,600
196,500
19,600
134,300
$5,000
$40,656
$11,700
$2,532
99
6,412
3,654
10,780
1,555
557
738
1,581
1,077
386
8,242
250
490
8,234
2,642
23,282
13,636
123,619
1,346,66511 ff
10,597    |
5,887
5,096
3,535    |
15,372    |
75    |
10,901     |
2,974    |
1,053    |
20,161    |
3,262     |
97,625    |
$54,888
57,189
336,370
193,154
274,305
6,402
60,148
25,682
1,681
84,004
22,604
389,365
56,950
406,790
25,596
181,808
1,212,947
1,263,317
6,689,649
4,678,755
333,253
277,954
220,478
128,852
1,792,767
442,075
202,400
114,754
1,053    |
1,139,852
348,380     |
13,035,243    |
l
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
29
30
31
32
2. Armstrong
3. Chilliwack
57,090'
325,800
189,500
260,300
91,000
9,600
33,000
$38,300
$2,250§
1,908
4. Courtenay  	
135,000
93,000
$23,000
158,000
93,000
$2,300
1,000§
$2,225
6.  Cumberland	
4.847
7. Duncan	
50,000
50,000
6,091
3,500
59,591
23,894
8. Enderbv	
23,894*
1,050§
9.  Fernie 	
10. Grand Fork
11. Greenwood
12. Kamloops ..
13. Kaslo	
100
s    .
7,927
55,000
62,927
20,000
82,927
22,218
381,123
40,0001,
402,300
22,218f
231,500
53,000
44,000
	
10,500
40,000
40,000
63,50*0
40,00 0
84,00 0
85,000
1,123
.
16,700
14. Kelowna      .
231,300
87,000
4,000 §
15.  Ladysmith	
17,362
5,166
120,800
16.  Merritt	
47,000
643,658
137,000
1,116,532
691,500
218,613
70,357
22,117
136,000
9,500
56,50 0
643,65 8
742,00-0
1,322,577
942,500
218,613
116,500
364,097
270,000
3,306,543
1,362,771
10,000
256,817$
110,448
26,600
1,773,095tf
66,000
177,499$$
9,400
1,000
21,500
174,000**
1,029,255
1,244,976
6,364,146
3,199,289
310,201
258,017
204,968
118,717
1,773,095
405,000
184,999
' 108,463
$10,000
17. Nanaimo	
29,610
2,700
3,082
4,000
5.050
18. Nelson	
555,000
206,045
$50,000
177,400
607,560
561,430
56,500
55,576
1,076,466
327,588
25,088
2,005§
132,801§§
19.  New Westminster
51,000
71,812
126,990
20. North Vane
21. Port Albern
ouver 	
251,000
$5,000
i.	
8,455
22. Port Coquit
23. Port Moody
24. Prince Geor
lam     ..
	
1,200
9,000
10,414
70,357
92,117
324,00(0
99,063
24,163
_?e
70,000
6.600     1
25.  Prince Rupert    ...   .
4.300     1
14,000
26. Revelstoke..   ...
188,000
15,000
7,500    |
23,000
6,500
27. Rossland
28. Salmon Arm
79,063
20,000
2,400
917
29. Slocan     .
30. Trail
221,140
106,618
221,140
106,618    ;
493,500
123,500    |
12,247,618||
154,501
115,000
    .
222,602
1,091,743
345,118
12,247,618
27,948
31. Vernon	
32. Victoria
     I    	
	
300,000
390,000
Totals	
	
$3,936,171    |
I
$1,217,045     |
$301,000
$5,454,216    j
$5,000
$21,602,800
$2,031,582
$77,000
$1,774,406
1
$30,945,004
$143,106
$64,814     |
i
$579,879    |
1
$592,893
$1,732,969     |
j
$34,058,665
* " City of Enderby Debt Refund
t " City of Greenwood Debt Refu
i " District of Coquitlam Debt Re
and " City of Port Coquitlam Debt E
ing Act, 1939."
nding Act, 1941-
funding Act, 19
refunding Act, 1
-42."
40 "—$43,750,
941-42."
tt "
$$"<
|| "V
City of Prince Rupert Refunding Act, 1935."
Uity of Rossland Debt Refunding Act, 1940."
ictoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937."
ity of Kaslo Reduction of Interest Act."
** " City of Merritt Reduction of Interest Act, 1937 "—$62,500.
§ Debentures not presented for payment at maturity.
§§ In default.
flfl Includes $1,140,127.74 unpaid interest on Debenture Debt. IV.B.—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, EXCLUSIVE OF SHORTAGE IN SINKING FUNDS, AS AT DECEMBER 31ST, 1942—DISTRICTS.
K 33
* " District of Burnaby Debt Refunding Act, 1940."
f " District of Coquitlam Debt Refunding Act, 1940 "—$26,250.
$ Includes
.,149.17 unpaid interest on Debenture Debt.
§ Debentures not presented for payment at maturity.
In default.
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.
Districts.
Water Supply
System.
Electric Light
and Power.
Other.
Total.
General.
Setter
Housing.
Provincial
Government.
Bank.
1
$2,649,969
57,000
32,850
908
430,000
$5,500
$2,649,969*
62,500
•
$140,000
$451
$2,790,420
64,600
10,044
107,864
683,513
455,564
7,175
1,696
60,204
148,975
19,366
10,565
24,714
3,136,423
536,774
20,052
913,249
8,760
1,191,290
856,225
8,538
20,518
10,310
344,481
137,853
127,201
1,439,159
1
2. Chilliwhack	
$2,100
15,000
9
$23,715
530,000
$9,000§
6,328
9,635
7,429
1,044
1,937
21,960
2,635
3
$23,715
530,000
25,000
.38,000
12,000
$3,034
83,010
84,599f
651,918
445,500
4
5. Delta ...
5
$3,500
6
7
8. Glenmore ... .           .   ...
7,000
7,000
7,000'
175
1,696
12,914
753
781
565
1,244
975,831$
10,566
106
12,729
5,560
15,390
11,730
138
518
9,930
382
2,703
39,895
15,288
8
9. Kent     .
Q
40,000
40,000
2,500
25,722
	
2,500
148,222
$4,100
14,690
26,000
4,000
10
11. Maple Ridge   	
31,000
3,000
48,500
11
12. Matsqui.
	
14,585
12
13.  Mission  	
3,270
1,407,625
332,500
10,000
20,200
82.250
78,500
1,660
205,000
15,000
93,000
29,810
88,208
10,000
23,470
1,886,685
522,208
17,660
900,5,20
1,175,900
827,981
8,400
20,000
344,099
103,991
87,306
1,417,964
-LO
14. North Cowichan	
14
15. North Vancouver 	
367,000
23,000
10,000
268,840
367,000
23,000
16,000
620,840
818,500
734,981
224,356||
4,000§
340§
300
49,251
15
16. Oak Bay 	
16
17. Peachland
$6,000
10,000
$10,000
1,946
17
18. Penticton  	
$342,000
55,000
279,000
8,400
20,000
9,680
63,400
18
19. Pitt Meadows    ..
3,200
19
20. Richmond  .   —.
818,500
734,981
500
20
16,014
91
22. Salmon Arm    	
99
23. Spallumcheen  	
93
24. Sumas 	
208,099
11,041
338,864
344,099
11,041
418,664
      ...
380
24
25.  Summerland  	
11,000
125,000
25
26. Surrey     	
1,450
858,500
91,500
87,306
125,200
31,159
96
27. Tadanac        	
4,907
97
28. West Vancouver..        ...   .
	
79,800
15,600
1,000§
98
Totals	
$3,381,040
$27,000
$546,800
$3,954,840
$10,000
$6,164,694
$921,116
$22,100
$325,642
$11,398,392
$238,696
$9,807
$291,417
$50,300
$1,146,921
$13,135,533 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.
K 35
IV.C—DEBENTURE AND SUNDRY DEBT, AS AT DECEMBER 31st,
VILLAGES.
1942—
Villages.
Total
Debenture
Debt.
Bank
Loans.
Sundry
Debt.
Total Debt.
$1,140
$1,140
Cranberry Lake  -  	
1
1
1,384
4
8
34
1
$27,673
29,057
4
8
         1
34
128
101
128
101
Silverton _   __ ____
684
8
684
8
Tofino      _   _
2
2
830
900'
830
BOO
Totals  	
$27,673
$5,224
$32,897 K 36
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120,900
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25,600
8,900
6,300
49,600
43,000
75,300
7,300
7,900
8,200
62,300
14
15
16. Merritt
2,000
18,935
121,000
191,874
11,999
48,852
1,624
16,500
18,807
5,000
59,500
34,436
5,027
1,803
115,065
93,000
20,000
123,000
5,278
2,070
9,000
21,397
1,000
80,000
308,230
443,800
3,397,239
1,544,856
100,390
223,435
93,638
4,326
1,250,698
46,000
89,479
34,339
16
17. Nanaimo  	
18. Nelson    .              ■	
70,720
5,000
240,265
16,800
4,909
1,682
18,509
5,000
347,000
52,500
4,968
1,741
19,111
111,900
19,500
35,500
5,088
1,866
5,009
1,120
7,000
9,419
5,920
60,244
73,421
258,500
229,000
140,000
14,651
1,932
43,585
6,033
1,143
32,000
8,242
429
35,740
15,000
33,000
97,423
5,214
2,000
19,736
1,000
133,831
22,085
1,000
29,610
2,700
3,082
17
18
If)
106,551
23,844
2,144
4,683
2,109
1,213
3,000
9,282 ,
455
^0
21. Port Alberni	
22. Port Coauitlam :	
23   Port Moody
5,412
2,220
5,480
2,299
4,000
5,050
21
22
ft 3
24. Prince George	
13,916
1,035
15,000
4,914
388
4,939
1,056
18,000
8,534
396
18,962
1,077
48,000
8,818
20,403
21,985
1,098
3,000
9,114
22,412
2,058
1,166
5,000
8,573
437
2,083
1,189
3,000
8,920
446
2,135
1,238
2,162
1,263
95,000
10,047
474
6,600
4,300
24
25
26. Revelstoke	
27. Rossland
flfi
9,657
464
37
2,400
28
?,<.
30. Trail
49,454
15,788
70,005
106,647
12,000
190,346
40,895
62,000
121,126
2,000
52,153
54,618
8,259
6,923
6,500
192,035
160,000
12,247,618
30
31
39
Totals	
$26,423,764
$541,012
$546,931
$628,404
$382,253
$366,007
$1,101,020
$453,454
$605,313
$680,813
$326,778
$247,942
$20,479,023
$64,814 K 41
VLB.—STATEMENT OF MATURITIES OF
DEBENTURE DEBT AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942, AFTER CORRESPONDING
HAVE BEEN DEDUCTED—DISTRICTS.
DEBENTURES HELD IN SINKING FUND FOR INVESTMENT
Districts.
Totals.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1948.    •
1949.
1950.
1951.
1952.
1953.
Following
1953.
Better
Housing.
1. Burnaby	
$2,649,969
62,500
Nil
84,599
422,708
233,500
■Nil
7,000
Nil
6,600
127,000
Nil
10,000
23,470
1,055,521
521,777
17,660
630,920
Nil
1,028,500
572,781
3,200
20,000
Nil
324,099
103,991
87,306
1,020,707
$2,649,969
1
2.  Chilliwhack  	
$10,750
$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
5,000
2,500
5,594
18,408
2,656
22,000
27,706
72,800
2,758
3,000
2,812
$1,867
$1,924
$1,982
13,908
319,000
212,000
4
5. Delta                           	
5
1,000
5,000
6
7. Fraser Mills
7
7,000
8
9. Kent
9
10. Langley	
11. Maple Ridge ....           „ 	
500
4,500
500
7,500
500
4,500
500
4,500
500
4,500
$4,100
10
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
71,500
11
12. Matsqui	
1?
5,000
6,070
29,650
142,000
170
28,598
5,000
1,800
2,000
1,500
170
17,135
13
1,800
1,800
142,500
3,000
230
4,210
1,800
136,310
44,501
230
12,248
2,000
3,000
5,500
230
2,287
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,200
14
741,761
249,000
6,000
217,355
300
15
16. Oak Bay
8,000
170
24,972
26,000
230
2,326
20,965
230
99,367
21,311
16
17. Peachland
10,000
2,184
'67,500
2,068
17
156,098
64,140
18
19
19,000
1,695
15,000
1,836
20,000
1,872
70,000
1,948
837,000
106,645
?,0
21.  Saanich	
240,229
1,764
1,800
3,200
12,410
197,987
2,027
500
21
20,000
12,481
8,232
8,724
68,743
?,3
94
7,094
6,252
8,724
26,612
7,287
6,767
8,725
19,577
28,677
6,798
8,725
54,110
7,875
7,314
7,496
13,479
8,075
7,830
7,496
40,949
16,277
7,847
7,086
3,620
28,481
7,864
7,086
17,693
8,687
8,381
7,086
43,767
8,895
8,899
7,086
152,143
9,106
8,917
7,086
75,420
181,164
18,890
1,986
499,687
25
26. Surrey	
27. Tadanac
?,6
?,7
28. West Vancouver.     .   	
4,907
28
Totals                -—-	
$9,013,808
$312,993
$333,454
$171,730
$288,708
$282,995
$209,995
$108,804
$268,696
$430,873
$273,625
$189,263
$6,132,865
$9,807
I REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OP MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 43
VII.—SINKING FUNDS,
DECEMBER 31st, 1942.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1942.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1942.
•
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
Cities—VILA..	
$4,635,014
2,495,797
$2,437,258
1,765,934
$153,684
118,546
$32,479
9,114
$7,258,436
4,389,391
$8,489,205
Districts—VIT. R	
4,085,955
Totals.._._ ...
$7,130,811
13,176,208
$4,203,192
4,887,853
$272,230
297,091
$41,593
336,949
$11,647,826
18,698,101
$12,575,160
Vancouver 	
31,252,587
$20,307,019
$9,091,045
$569,321
$378,542
$30,345,927
$43,827,747
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, 1942-
-CITIES.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1942.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1942.
Cities.
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
$13,500
1,000
38,870
68,600
81,600
$5,171
29,697
176,741
60,300
87,043
$148
93
4,757
1,222
1,271
$18,819
30,790
221,357
132,526
172,641
$18,157
22,978
$989
2,404
2,727
192,704
Courtenay- -	
111,095
162,399
5,751
23,408
1,044
30,203
27,634
6,100
37,716
.   197,302
2,400
179,773
116
43,932
220,323
10,040
213,022
41,789
12,800
4,100
6,000
19
3,540
27,249
10,202
214,135
20,654
157,996
66,500
287,500
180,045
1,691,757
1,101,225
81,088
6,000
63,062
33,000
509,800
130,000
985
98,297
458,084
117,010
8,254
67,500
4,000
25,000
24,000
122,000
60,192
7,904
303
29,105
24,619
435
1,248
689
6,053
2,629
27,011
5,359
20
75,409
386,100
667,234
1,837,844
1,109,914
151,153
10,689
94,687
60,686
658,811*
196,421
44,435
74,687
385,295
Nanaimo—	
592,776
3,014,978
1,621,536
139,511
8,016
80,560
57,351
472,626
4,458
1,317
Port Coquitlam- -	
572
957
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke	
Rossland- -	
870
190,234
Salmon Arm 	
Slocan  - -___
21,900
21,500
410,244
86,061
134,580
1,035
60,481
Trail	
176,816
48,000
7,480
355
7,963
602,503
134,416
134,580
562,770
124,263
134,5801
Victoria 	
Totals	
$4,635,014
$2,437,258
$153,684
$32,479
$7,258,435
$8,489,205
* Includes reserve created by sale of electric light plant,
t " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937." K 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VII.B.—SINKING FUNDS, DECEMBER 31st, 1942—DISTRICTS.
Book Value of Investments.
Uninvested
Cash.
Accrued
Interest.
Total
Sinking Fund
shown on
Balance-sheet,
December
31st, 1942.
Reported
Sinking Fund
Requirements
as at
December
31st, 1942.
Districts.
Own
Debentures.
Other
Securities.
Burnaby  	
$161
87
9,092
538
23,955
12,496
$161
4,624
10,092
2,538
308,705
224,040
*
$4,537
1,000
2,000
55,504
16,000
1,050
$3,925
9,000
13,819
$229,246
195,544
284,850
207,854
38
1,088
992
Kent _	
10,919
21,060
200
32,179
27,549
951,794
431
3,715
1,945
4,203
85
4,903
	
3,715
1,081,330
231,300
3,145
583,364
3,270
1,131,647
215,944
3,027
481,584
127,591
223,612
3,060
303,000
$3,054
269,600
5,861
145,058
255,700
5,200
306,587
325,834
2,050
23,179
86,580
1,100
272,331
34,396
1,942
193
691
486,041
588,476
7,443
24,069
432,439
562,922
6,004
199
18,071
20,000
5,900
163
112,480
1,263
68,070
555
402,164
13,843
688,338
624,433
Totals	
$2,495,797
$1,765,934
$118,546
$9,114
$4,389,391    |      $4,085,955
i
* " District of Burnaby Debt Refunding Act, 1940." REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 45
VIII.—SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS, LEVY,  COLLECTIONS,  AND  DISPOSAL
FOR THE YEAR 1942.
Requirements.
Levy.
Amount of
Levy
collected.
Amount of
Levy collected
actually
deposited.
Cities—VIII.A- _	
$437,383
207.811
$423,777
198.735
$360,580
174,374
$455,291
Districts—VIII.B  	
206,613
Totals    _____	
$645,194                   $622,512
1
995,042        j          408,925
$534,954
383,157
$661,904
383,157
$1,640,236
$1,031,437
$918,111
$1,045,061
VIII.A.—SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS, LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND DISPOSAL
FOR THE YEAR 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Requirements.
Levy.
Amount of
Levy
collected.
Amount of
Levy collected
actually
deposited.
$2,585
2,912
11,051
7,351
13,008
$2,585
3,180
11,051
7,351
12,856
$2,173
2,862
9,835
6,205
11,820
$2,585
4,855
11,051
Courtenay  - -	
11,125
13,008
1,408
1,408
1,375
1,408
4,694
4,694
4,074
10,136
16,145
1,414
15,574
7,823
29,810
43,113
117,200
11,070
8,016
6,075
4,259
58,285
20,492
2,613
13,067
1,414
17,779
2,941
26,947
43,113
122,912
11,070
8,016
6,075
4,259
47,123
20,492
11,725
1,186
17,109
13,479
2,588
Kelowna.— _  	
17,779
2,179
24,342
40,979
108,142
9,624
6,904
4,981
3,606
26,444
16,959
4,120
26,947
44 790
117,684
*
11,070
6,137
4,259
52,410
27,032
2,613
2,162
12,327
Trail                          ...
40,845
11,640
40,845
11,986
34,747
11,147
40,845
11,640
t
Tnkls
$437,383
$423,777
$360,580
$455,291
* In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 78, dated January 24th, 1933.
t " Victoria City Debt Refunding Act, 1937." K 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VIII.A1.—■ SINKING FUND LEVIED—CITIES.
Cities.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
1942.
Alberni   	
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
No debentures is
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
In full.
In full.
No debentures is
In full.
Partial.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
Partial.
None.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
No debentures is
In full.
In full.
None.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
None.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
Chilliwack   	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
None.
In full,
sued.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
None.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full,
sued.
In full.
In full.
None.
Partial.
In full.
None.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
None.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
None.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Kelowna  _._ ■
In full.
Partial.
Nanaimo 	
Nelson _	
Partial.
In full.
In full.
North Vancouver 	
None.
In full.
Port Coquitlam 	
In full.     •
In full.
Prince George    	
Prince Rupert  	
Revelstoke  _,  „
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
Trail   	
In full.
In full. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 47
VIII.B.—SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS, LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND DISPOSAL
FOR THE YEAR 1942—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Requirements.
Levy.
Amount of
Levy
collected.
Amount of
Levy collected
actually
deposited.
$26,255
1,308
2,000
3,369
21,598
6,878
$26,255
1,308
2,023
3,444
21,598
3,967
362
$21,170
1,198
2,000
2,793
19,823
3,520
320
$26,255
1,308
2,000
7,745
21,598
6,878
354
362
3,627
3,627
3,068
3,627
272
22,810
1,034
19,454
27,711
18,606
630
447
272
233
21,857
140
14,892
272
*
Oak Bay                                	
22,810
170
16,047
27,711
16,606
630
447
11,362
271
39,825
22,810
854
16,047
23,305
15,111
537
381
27,711
16,606
634
448
11,362
271
39,825
10,431
246
33,349
11,362
271
Tadanac   _	
39,825
Totals _	
$207,811
$198,735
$174,374
$206,613
* In default;   Commissioner appointed by Order in Council No. 1382, dated December 15th, 1932. K 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VIII.B1.—SINKING FUND LEVIED—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
1938.
1939.
1940.
1941.
1942.
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack	
None.                       None.
In full.                     In full.
None.                      In full.
None.                      In full.
Partial.                    Partial.
In full.                   Partial.
No debentures issued.
In full.                     In full.
In full.                   In full.
Partial.                   In full.
In full.                     In full.
None.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
None.
None.
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.
In full.
In full.
In full.
Delta          	
In full.
Esquimalt  _ 	
In full.
Glenmore _
Kent
In full.
Maple Ridge   	
In full.
In full.
None.
In full.
In full.
Partial,
vernment past due
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
Annual payment
In full.
In full.
In full.
None.
No debentures is
In full.
In full.
Serial Bonds pai<
Partial.
In full.
None.
In full.
Partial.
Partial.
s to Provincial Go
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full,
sued.
In full.
In full.
1 annually.
Partial.
In full.
Oak Bay	
In full.
Partial.
Penticton	
Partial.
In full.
Partial.
In full.
Spallumcheen	
Sumas -	
Summerland _	
Surrey __  	
Tadanac _	
In full.
In full.
In full.
In full. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.       K 49
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X.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES FOR THE YEAR 1942.
Tax Levy
for 1942.
1942 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1942
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1941.
Other than
1942 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1942
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942)
shown as
Percentage of
1942 Levy.
$4,253,187
3,434,487
70,942
$3,716,063
2,931,048
59,692
87.37
85.34
84.14
$1,334,393
919,811
17,693
$648,178
580,812
11,365
48.57
63.14
64.23
$4,364,241
3,511,860
71.057
102.61
Districts—X.B    	
102.25
Villages—X.C     	
100.16
Totals 	
Vancouver* __	
$7,758,616
11,314,278
$6,706,803
10,513,199
86.44
92.92
$2,271,897
2,255,014
$1,240,355
1,187,906
54.60
52.68
$7,947,158  |      102.43
1
11,701,105 j      103.42
Grand totals
$19,072,894
$17,220,002
90.29
$4,526,911
$2,428,261
53.64
$19,648,263
103.02
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)).
* City of Vancouver 1942 Report. K 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
X.A.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Tax Levy
for 1942.
1942 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1942
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1941.
Other than
1942 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1942
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942)
shown as
Percentage of
1942 Levy.
Alberni 	
Armstrong	
$26,457
21,793
75,378
34,828
57,502
16,301
35,551
13,760
35,274
28,363
5,530
161,297
14,716
129,379
25,550
21,267
156,288
130,911
649,611
249,127
87,978
43,672
31,143
42,468
184,666
60,553
59,752
25,110
1,709
190,899
146,176
1,490,178
$21,806
19,317
67,325
29,402
49,933
13,506
33,285
11,294
29,159
24,617
3,525
143,282
12,339
124,030
21,799
15,588
141,181
112,786
566,589
209,382
76,486
36,949
25,007
35,956
139,506
50,114
46,303
20,435
1,035
162,405
135,034
1,336,688
82.42
88.64
89.32
84.42
86.84
82.85
93.63
82.08
82.66
86.79
63.74
88.83
83.85
95.87
85.32
73.30
90.33
86.15
87.22
84.05
86.94
84.61
80.30
84.67
75.55
82.76
77.49
81.38
60.56
85.07
92.38
89.70
$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
$5,942
3,898
9,893
5,571
9,543
3,438
1,980
3,162
9,895
6,584
2,497
27,358
3,210
8,233
4,464
6,552
18,058
17,733
99,140
53,182
11,463
8,052
7,159
9,083
31,362
14,074
14,105
6,589
950
33,314
16,063
195,641
77.23
77.90
62.33
81.95
70.76
72.03
68.35
64.35
67.11
82.34
68.17
77.01
74.17
72.42
77.85
59.97
70.75
72.31
52.40
72.31
79.60
72.55
69.54
70.28
7.49
66.84
44.76
67.51
38.28
69.41
81.35
73.65
$27,748
23,215
77,218
34,973
59,476
16,944
35,265
14,456
39,054
31,201
6,022
170,640
15,549
132,263
26,253
22,140
159,239
130,519
665,729
262,564
87,949
45,001
32,166
45,039
170,868
64,188
60,408
27,024
1,985
195,719
151,097
1,532,329
104.88
106.53
102.44
Courtenay ____	
Cranbrook __	
Cumberland	
Duncan _ 	
Enderby _ 	
100.42
103.43
103.94
99.20
105.06
110.72
110.01
Greenwood._ ■
108.90
105.79
105.66
Kelowna   _ 	
Ladysmith  _
Merritt  __	
Nanaimo   —
Nelson —  	
New Westminster ._.
North Vancouver
102.23
102.75
104.10
101.89
99.70
102.48
105.39
99.97
Port Coquitlam	
103.04
103.28
106.05
92.53
Revelstoke	
106.00
101.10
107.62
Slocan ___	
Trail       	
116.15
102.52
Vernon	
Victoria- 	
103.37
102.83
Totals _.
$4,253,187
$3,716,063
87.37
$1,334,393
$648,178
48.57
$4,364,241
102.61 REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 55
X.B.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1942—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack..
Coldstream—
Coquitlam ____
Delta	
Esquimalt -__
Fraser Mills 	
Glenmore 	
Kent _ _
Langley  	
Maple Ridge ._.
Matsqui 	
Mission __	
North Cowichan —
North Vancouver__
Oak Bay _ ___.
Peachland	
Penticton  	
Pitt Meadows	
Richmond 	
Saanich 	
Salmon Arm.	
S'pallumcheen	
Sumas   __ _
Summerland	
Surrey 	
Tadanac — ___
West Vancouver
Totals	
Tax Levy
for 1942.
$684,572
110,874
25,893
65,746
119,514
86,215
5,537
8,317
22,508
98,363
84,547
69,971
117,610
72,322
189,570
241,644
6,853
127,231
15,670
179,518
301,228
28,515
42,951
35,565
27,626
255,553
146,340
264,234
1942 Taxes
collected.
$542,120
101,588
23,380
53,324
109,691
76,508
5,537
7,367
20,035
79,981
71,516
54,939
109,024
61,903
133,336
230,694
4,831
115,871
10,435
150,981
269,826
23,935
36,554
27,499
25,360
220,553
146,215
218,045
Percentage
1942
Taxes
collected.
79.19
91.62
90.29
81.11
91.78
88.74
100.00
88.58
89.01
81.31
84.59
78.52
92.70
85.59
70.34
95.47
70.49
91.07
66.59
84.10
89.57
83.94
85.11
77.32
91.80
86.30
99.91
82.52
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1941.
'.,434,487   [  $2,931,048  I     85.34
$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
$919,811
Other than
1942 Taxes
collected.
$155,163
11,635
3,875
14,088
17,173
10,163
12
2,108
2,449
25,166
14,514
19,704
7,285
10,680
54,105
11,845
2,396
15,740
4,383
34,064
32,887
7,074
7,153
10,230
4,983
42,605
134
59,198
$580,812
Percentage
of other
than 1942
Taxes
collected.
Total Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942).
65.35
70.29
75.77
56.27
78.94
71.67
100.00
81.33
53.59
74.04
66.72
71.44
37.03
66.20
44.07
75.94
65.48
74.81
64.93
80.45
74.73
74.73
64.12
22.36
69.66
61.14
69.79
80.14
63.14
$697,283
113,223
27,255
67,412
126,864
86,671
5,549
9,475
22,484
105,147
86,030
74,643
116,309
72,583
187,441
242,539
7,227
131,611
14,818
185,045
302,713
31,009
43,707
37,729
30,343
263,158
146,349
277,243
Total
Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942)
shown as
Percentage of
1942 Levy.
$3,511,860
101.86
102.12
105.26
102.53
106.15
100.53
100.22
113.92
99.89
106.90
101.75
106.68
98.89
100.36
98.88
100.37
105.46
103.44
94.56
103.08
100.49
108.75
101.76
106.08
109.83
102.98
100.01
104.92
102.25
' K 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
X.C.—TAX LEVY, COLLECTIONS, AND PERCENTAGES
FOR THE YEAR 1942—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Tax Levy
for 1942.
1942 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
1942
Taxes
collected.
Total
Uncollected
Taxes
December
31st, 1941.
Other than
1942 Taxes
collected.
Percentage
of other
than 1942
Taxes
collected
Total Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942).
Total
Taxes
collected
(1942 and
other than
1942)
shown as
Percentage of
1942 Levy.
Abbotsford _.
Burns Lake	
Chapman Camp..
Cranberry Lake..
Creston	
Dawson Creek —
Gibsons Landing
Hlope	
McBride-	
Mission —_	
New Denver	
Pouce Coupe	
Qualicum Beach-
Quesnel 	
Silverton 	
Smithers 	
Stewart—— —
Terrace 	
Tofino _
Vanderhoof —
Westview	
Williams Lake	
Totals .-
$3,286
752
2,417
3,205
6,619
2,294
559
1,543
1,685
13,245
1,372
915
7,163
4,012
690
4,450
3,161
1,805
602
1,749
6,232
3,186
$3,068
638
2,233
1,977
5,209
2,142
530
1,336
1,662
12,267
1,248
663
5,406
3,264
577
3,355
1,591
1,569
584
1,430
6,038
2,905
93.37
84.84
92.39
61.68
78.70
93.37
94.81
86.58
98.64
92.62
90.96
72.46
75.47
81.86
83.62
75.39
50.33
86.93
97.00
81.76
96.89
91.18
$397
363
425
249
36
515
134
2,943
327
569
$298
495'
359
75.06
136.36
84.47
1,870
223
30
404
66
1,704
232
414
60.66
89.56
83.33
78.45
49.25
57.90
70.95
72.76
2,129
297
2,207
2,040
733
57
556
633
1,349
243
1,187
923
618
59
407
484
63.36
81.82
53.78
45.25
84.31
103.51
73.20
76.46
$3,366
1,133!
2,592
1,977
7,079
2,365
560
1,740
1,728
13,971
1,480
1,077
5,406
4,613
820
4,542
2,514
2,187
643
1,837
6,038
102.43
150.66
107.24
61.68
106.95
103.10
100.18
112.77
102.55
105.48
107.87
117.70
75.47
114.98
118.84
102.07
79.53
121.16
106.81
105.03
96.89
106.37
1,942
$59,692
4.14
$17,693
$11,365
64.23
$71,057
100.16
* Includes $181 previously written off, now collected. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 57
XL—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1942.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1941.
Receipts of
1942.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1942.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1942.
Cities—XI.A _    _	
$995,830
682,834
18,440
$13,484,878
9,094,762
143,664
$14,480,708
9,777,596
162,104
$13,450,103
8,991,167
134,797
$1,030,605
Districts—XI.B    _._	
786,429
Villages—XI.C      _ -
27,307
Totals — __-   	
$1,697,104
$22,723,304
$24,420,408
$22,576,067
$1,844,341
Note.—Proof of cash for Vancouver is omitted inasmuch as figures are not available.
XI.A.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1941.
Receipts of
1942.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1942.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand.
December
31st, 1942.
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 -
552
438
044
026
802
464
027
354
233
796
332
508
800*
653
165
638
396*
438
405
249
212
447
975
570
036
102
536
925
807
548
$995,830
$62,201
57,582
237,631
190,689
371,264
60,240
104,799
37,170
159,348
88,159
18,908
425.284
60,335
708,271
110,978
125,760
452,929
766,983
2,445,712
908,385
317,510
93,939
75,623
200,516
563.094
245,361
140,138
135,216
5,70-5
616,617
382,887
3,315,644
$13,484,878
$63,753
62,020
289,675
203,569
384,128
66,266
108,601
40,634
167,375
95,513
20,141
431,080
76,667
795,779
109,178
141,413
474,094
813,621
2,371,316
941,823
355,915
112,188
77,835
211,963
658,069
258,931
146,174
138,318
7,241
627,542
414,694
3,815,192
$58,718
60,347
239,609
191,301
360,287
63,000
103,464
35,287
164,038
90,171
16,520
411,031
73,054
699,123
108,378
128,700
449,856
775,792
2,407,245
848,955
359,889
90,566
69,055
179,007
615,169
237,652
133,818
134,230
5,035
611,276
382,007
3,347,523
$5,035
1,673
50,066
12,268
23,841
3,266
5,137
5,347
3,337
5,342
3,621
20,049
3,613
96,656
800
12,713
24,238
37,829
35,929*
92,868
3,974*
21,622
8,780
32,956
42,900'
21,279
12,356
4,088
2,206
16,266
32,687
467,669
$14,480,708
$13,450,103
1,030,605
* Overdraft. K 58
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XI.B.—CASH IN BANK AND ON HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1942—DISTRICTS.
*         Districts.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1941.
Receipts of
1942.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1942.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1942.
$155,005
2,064
10,989
4,600
35,170
29,182
4,231
2,618   -
1,827
4,152*
2,046
2,857
8,823
16,985
56,488
109,234
4,475
5,472
85
42,712
16,660
3,050
1,403
187*
54,759
6,469*
2,201
120,706
$1,543,430
217,121
67,057
182,784
397,261
268,093
6,878
14,189
59,817
314,229
260,958
100,172
196,305
109,583
368,131
646,650
25,210
679,502
44,571
555,955
923,607
57,772
80,269
68,849
190,087
618,732
154,737
942,813
$1,698,435
219,185
78,046
187,384
432,431
297,275
11,109
16,807
61,644
310,077
263,004
103,029
205,128
126,568
424,619
755,884
29,685
684,974
44,656
598,667
940,267   .
60,822
81,672
68,662
244,846
612,263
156,938
1,063,519
$1,514,163
231,584
61,737
200,428
371,633
269,090
9,683
13,223
66,396
314,414
225,086
101,385
191,235
99,426
414,676
636,074
25,234
662,356
43,611
508,521
924,669
57,944
77,793
68,374
201,878
610,502
112,273
977,779
$184,272
12,399*
16,309
Coquitlam—   	
Delta  	
13,044*
60,798
28,185
1,426
3,584
Kent      _                      	
4,752*
Langley        	
Maple Ridge _ _ _ _
4,337*
37,918
1,644
13,893
27,142
9,943
Oak Bay  - _	
119,810
4,451
22 618
1,045
Richmond    -
90,146
15,598
Salmon Arm  _ _  	
2,878
3,879
288
42,968
1,761
44,665
85,740
Totals    _	
$682,834
$9,094,762
$9,777,595
$8,991,167
$786,429
* Overdraft.
XI.C—CASH IN BANK AND  ON  HAND, DECEMBER 31st, 1942—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand,
December
31st, 1941.
Receipts of
1942.
Total.
Disbursements
of 1942.
Cash in
Bank and on
Hand.
December
31st, 1942.
$111
299
213
4,647
230
1,827
1,527
483
1,270
127
1,154
$11,662
1,637
4,608
3,243
19,731
4,816
2,315
5,533
5,918
25,129
2,039
1,494
7,021
6,397
1,283
11,844
3,740
6,661
974
2.809
8,551
6,259
$11,773
1,936
4,821
3,243
24,378
5,046
4,142
7,060
6,401
26,399
2,166
2,648
7,021
7,658
2,713
11,861
5,195
6,446
2,017
3,616
8,551
7,013
$11,378
1,609
3,370
2,518
20,579
3,742
1,847
6,412
6,107
25,477
1,440
1,780
4,955
5,253
2,450
11,453
4,253
4,811
1,180
3,214 _
5,155
5,814
$395
327
Chapman Camp_._  	
1.451
725
Creston .___ __   __	
3,799
1.304
2,295
Hope .__  	
648
294
922
726
868
2,066
1,261
1,430
17
1,455
215*
1,043
807
2.405
Silverton __  , 	
Smithers __—  	
263
408
942
Terrace ___ ■ —
Tofino    - - _
1,635
837
402
3,396
754
1,199
Totals         __—
$18,440
$143,664
$162,104
$134,797
$27,307
: Overdraft. XII
.—RECEI
PTS, 194
2.
K
59
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.
Cities—XII.A       -	
$3,716,063
2,931,048
59,692
$648,178
580,812
ll,3G5
$5,505
4,138
391
$205,797
300,556
929
$11,718
40,948
163
$116,528
54,616
3,789
$269,062
86,965
14,375
$173,204
24,770
206
$93,466
34,801
$692,666
640,459
$145,963
158,857
9,329
$202,202
187,714
437
$26,394
35,536
1,225
$168,738
25,419
$2,974,668
974,095
22,074
$152
17,369
$24,342
72,006
$879,246
128,546
8,189
$10,353,892
6,298,655
132,164
$21,069
49,821
I
$351,694
170,194
$1,598,677
1,488,569
I
Districts—XII. B.- -.-..
Villages—-XII. C  --
1,020,362
11,500
67,161
9,094,762
143,664
Totals .
$6,706,803
$1,240,355
$10,034
$507,282
$52,829
$174,933
$370,402
$198,180
$128,267     |     $1,333,125          $314,149
i                             1
$390,353
$63,155
$194,157
$3,970,837
$17,521
$96,348
$1,015,981
$16,784,711
$70,890     |     $2,121,73£
1
$136,833
$521,888
$3,087,246
$22,723,304
XII.A.—RECEIPTS, 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Taxes of
Current
Year.
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
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	
$21,806
'   19,317
67,325
29,402
49,933
13,506
33,285
11,294
29,159
24,617
3,525
143,282
12,339
124,030
21,799
15,588
141,181
112,786
566,589
209,382
76,486
36,949
25,007
35,956
139,506
50,114
46,303
20,435
1,035
162,405
135,034
1,336,688
$3,716,063
$5,942
3,898
9,893
5,571
9,543
3,438
1,980
3,162
9,895
6,584
2,497
27,358
3,210
8,233
4,454
6,552
18,058
17,733
99,140
53,182
11,463
8,052
7,159
9,083
31,362
14,074
14,105
6,589
950
33,314
16,063
195,641
$648,178
,$13
97
353
27
90
302
146
155
1,010
117
147
324
458
21
411
218
1,047
49
520
$5,505
Proceeds
from Sale
of Reverted
Tax Sale
Land.
Proceeds
from
Redemption
of Tax Sale
Land.
$1,886
891
1,631
260
725
543
11,879
253
249
874
50
2,477
510
1,880
2,072
1,195
21,608
887
2,984
2,213
12,481
28,210
,     903
15
871
130
1,734
106,386
$205,797
$161
264
587
519
594
149
67
266
2,819
1,431
1,286
58
27
316
373
279
426
1,747
Other
Taxes.
$661
155
1,008
562
1,648
1,675
841
113
1,691
288
72
4,115
221
2,208
1,608
363
1,947
13,760
7,765
5,561
3,953
548
1,946
439
7,185
1,-170
2,086
479
15
14,065
2,460
35,920
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
$1,372
985
5,826
4,122
4,224
2,137
5,382
327
3,079
1,716
300
6,060
663
7,422
1,893
1,692
11,524
8,523
27,370
10,433
6,504
1,775
2,394
4,462
10,685
1,440
2,609
2,011
60
10,727
8,029
113,316
$11,718     |     $116,528
1
$269,062
Permits
and Fees.
$553
518
63
3,189
1,891
30
209
51
2,414
239
10
9,042
396
2,636
2,191
734
2,513
3,288
52,203
5,776
539
692
555
2,212
11,485
143
129
29
17
3,299
19,419
41,739
$173,204
Administration of
Justice.
$615
117
2,162
2,285
1,277
305
1,126
103
685
297
30
2,890
3,033
244
976
1,447
2,086
13,866
3,616
4,503
625
271
3,401
15,502
401
236
604
5,770
2,900
22,093
$93,466
Provincial Government Grants.
Schools.
$7,566
*
21,097
12,538
19,413
15,733
20,164
4,586
19,100
13,447
4,143
24,275
4,251
33,632
18,722
6,256
28,472
33,311
72,047
43,367
17,358
5,717
7,947
11,728
21,665
15,656
22,664
7,058
2,434
44,789
40,135
93,395
$692,666
Motor
Licences.
$1,688
910
3,408
1,617
2,374
814
2,006
494
2,367
1,094
341
5,508
436
4,754
1,587
863
6,201
5,424 .
20,349
8,331
4,283
1,436
1,421
1,874
6,270
1,965
3,400
757
167
8,602
4,803
40,419
$145,963
Unemployment Relief
(Direct).
$1,071
918
2,736
549
4,899
1,828
1,007
7,817
1,183
107
14,889
756
6,390
2,843
-1,036'
13,615
7,965
40,053
9,923
1,674
2,088
1,305
5,217
5,565
1,067
1,190
771
1,597
8,706
53,437
$202,202
Other.
$4,310
800
1,400
309
130
2,235
7,240
60
),600
$26,394
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
Public
Utilities.
I  Transfers
under
! Section 208.
$1,174
*
6,282
4,821
954
237
20,958
943
1,739
352
6,762
918
11,475
5,228
381
5,225
13,230
10,944
14,742
5,166
51
140
1,779
100
1,547
187
6,408
125
f
7,339
39,531
$168,738
$9,970
7,230
84,414
79,524
3,078
48,857
24,060
*     2,264
51,386
15,447
166,554
32,009
22,982
85,853
273,383
598,274
446,797
36,707
5,691
8,817
72,598
145,005
77,535
26,927
11,540
552
77,164
46,750
513,300
$2,974,668
$152
$152
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
$546
1,254
20,055
$24,342
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
$129
384
3,888
2,362
2,245
573
3,939
2,263
7,434
1,728
3,301
6,250
237
2,932
4,917
2,185
12,030
33,777
99,872
54,773
14,470
150
359
1,947
16,433
489
1,234
1,162
2
12,943
13,140
571,698
9,246
$54,607
35,420
129,982
152,614
178,802
40,586
90,897
27,311
146,116
76,747
18,158
303,431
39,073
379,885
98,005
61,488
331,723
530,651
1,650,412
869,549
192,843
66,816
59,561
164,011
438,994
166,877
130,685
59,404
5,705
380,722
306,987
3,165,830
$10,353,892
General
Funds.
205
583
491
1,637
1,080
410
107
5,040
371
5,020
412
1,122
128
2,287
1,836
5,931
696
826
10
192
4,419
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
$4,230
5,000*
69,078
44,072
19,500
11,500
5,019
5,355
750
17,088
15,895
92,600
10,500
37
26,228
15,000
398,787
28,851
96,291
10,000
18
15,604
23,000
8,207
2,000
77,566
40,000
47,698
$21,069
$1,089,874
By-law
Receipts.
$14,698
156
2,000
15,052
37,736
3
27
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
$58
232
1,099
6,400
10,724
356
361
4,840
7,877
210
9,228
496
9,754
2,063
2,077
5,453
53,149
70,793
6,246
2,746
7,796
567
1,954
26,457
2,665
1,246
10,998
8,152
97,697
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
$3,238
16,725
38,055
16,977
137,510
2,435
11,202
95,046
3,234
224,952
62,051,
82,485
152,760
293,004
3,327
24,508
9,199
13,190
17,111
91,712
52,123
72,983
147,294
27,556
$351,694
$1,598,677
Total
Receipts.
$13,484,878
$62,201
1
57,582
2
237,631
3
190,689
4
371,264
5
60,240
6
104,799
7
37,170
8
159,348
9
88,159
10
18,908
11
425,284
12
60,335
13
708,271
14
110,978
15
125,760
16
452,929
17
766,983
18
2,445,712
19
908,385
20
317,510
21
93,939
22
75,623
23
200,516
24
563,094
25
245,361
26
140,138
27
135,216
28
5,705
29
616,617
30
382,887
31
3,315,644
32
Figures in italics denote deductions.
* The Armstrong and Spallumcheen Consolidated School Board.
f Trail-Tadanac Board of School Trustees. XII.B.—RECEIPTS, 1942—DISTRICTS.
K 61
Districts.
Taxes of
Current
Year.
1. Burnaby—	
2. Chilliwhack..
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	
$542,120
101,588
23,380
53,324
109,691
76,508
5,537
7,367
20,035
79,981
71,516
54,939
109,024
61,903
133,336
230,694
4,831
115,871
10,435
150,981
269,826
23,935
36,554
27,499
25,360
220,553
146,215
218,045
$2,931,048
Taxes of
other than
Current
Year.
$155,163
11,635
3,875
14,088
17,173
10,163
12
2,108
2,449
25,166
14,514
19,704
7,285
10,680
54,105
11,845
2,396
15,740
4,383
34,064
32,887
7,074
7,153
10,230
4,983
42,605
134
59,198
Net
Proceeds
from Tax
Sale of
Current
Year.
$580,812
$1,902
13
223
23
52
670
345
143
38
55
28
229
290
13
50
Proceeds    j    Proceeds
from Sale from
of Reverted | Redemption
Tax Sale
Land.
of Tax Sale
Land.
$106,621
1,017
1,093
7,469
4,162
85,808
327
6,102
2,715
4,832
926
918
26,564
6,952
1,575
3,015
135
7,469
5,478
704
2,835
300
3,125
15,058
5,356
$4,138
0,556
$19,422
938
1,422
1,098
845
325
99
135
2,869
322
802
1,322
1,288
1,229
1,298
420
99
269
3,517
1,091
Other
Taxes.
Licences
and Professional
Taxes.
$40,948
$7,160
1,986
694
2,026
1,900
2,262
775
195
508
2,063
4,521
1,270
267
2,843
2,013
2,428
96
3,156
666
3,255
8,042
15
143
196
444
1,112
295
4,285
11,115
3,212
50
2,185
3,368
1,950
35
690
5,383
6,164
3,899
475
2,825
2,594
2,018
270
6,767
1,135
7,645
5,114
200
45
1,270
1,435
8,583
2
8,536
Permits
and Fees.
$3,942
76
14
917
187
90
985
1,201
354
373
804
2,080
1,569
4,279
8
592
1,770
764
54
202
1,789
2,037
$54,616 |  $86,965
4,770
Administration of
Justice.
$7,139
2,804
55
1,015
375
2,392
1,152
1,292
1,108
936
200
490
873
525
2,694
367
3,772
2,532
177
202
504
119
1,989
110
1,979
Provincial Government Grants.
Schools.
$131,262
23,541
2,191
20,548
20,093
10,942
*
1,396
7,257
41,854
36,950
2,500f
25,851
7,693
14,037
17,744
1,881
39,069
4,846
51,934
56,029
6,859
t
t
12,247
78,317
§
25,418
Motor
Licences.
Unemploy-
ment Relief j
(Direct).
Other.
$28,489
7,293
805
7,460
3,638
3,435
519
370
1,204
7,240
6,090
5,222
2,543
4,279
5,559
8,559
395
5,410
1,037
9,699
19,282
1,652
1,805
2,290
1,887
14,415
439
7,841
$34,801
$640,459
$158,857
$60,957
5,024
210
5,888
2,864
1,209
55
2,040
14,596
3,788
4,509
2,931
2,278
10,473
1,276
424
10,550
631
4,904
20,744
1,218
1,548
2,335
454
22,110
4,698
School
Board
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and-
Grants).
$187,714
$1,470
1,550
4,694
960
400
3,694
588
400
6,899
77
1,118
2,190
1,225
1,641
937
550
1,080
1,750
4,313
$3,303
603
25
3,171
619
3,461
208
946
2,857
t
980
173
70
1,363
154
3,305
170
2,156
Public
Utilities.
Transfers
under
Section 208.
Interdepartmental
Credits
(other than
Utilities).
24
635
848
345
$161,976
3,160
13,067
23,877
1,306
4,826
$35,536
$25,419
30,602
73,452
4,570
180,785
83,952
120,373
82,292
4,651
185,206
$2,911
8,657
4,522
1,279
$974,095
$21,617
635
49,754
Other
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
$17,369
$72,006
$13,484
3,642
337
795
15,502
2,530
37
999
12,222
1,593
401
2,985
392
16,828
13,127
258
4,432
1,593
4,569
13,603
361
269
1,254
3,018
4,306
3,002
7,007
Total
Current
Revenue
Receipts.
General
Funds.
Proceeds
from Loans
and other
Non-revenue
Receipts.
$1,254,055
186,446
35,902
135,148
209,241
206,082
6,878
13,562
40,804
200,947
159,102
98,966
160,882
95,490
303,159
382,454
17,200
401,851
28,659
367,230
608,542
45,370
50,974
47,781
136,525
424,166
150,197
531,042
$13,085
20
H5
643
31
585
898
667
8,8
$128,546
$6,298,655
914
1,255
215
49
28,218
285
107
411
2,005
611
1,391
16
456
$172,706
2,100
10,500
40,000
84,076
13,000
12
19,013
109,000
45,888
35,000
8,124
6,537
427
65,958
15,863
50,000
98,443
11,096
14,000
19,063
195,000
4,556
By-law
Receipts.
Trust
Funds
Receipts.
2,500
39,612
11,015
6,030
7,581
>,821
$1,020,362
$67,161
$32,807
19,443
81
27
1,911
206
1,197
723
539
423
3,020
6,341
9,425
48
2,294
4,121
28,076
1,280
642
Sinking
Funds
Receipts.
57,.
$170,194
$70,777
9,132
20,594
7,781
103,917
46,431
378
11,735
52,094
242,074
1,932
201,603
106,378
188,261
1,413
14,680
51,671
315
353,540
$1,488,569
Total
Receipts.
$1,543,430
217,121
67,057
182,784
397,261
268,093
6,878
14,189
59,817
314,229
260,958
100,172
196,305
109,583
368,131
646,650
25,210
679,502
44,571
555,955
923,607
57,772
80,269
68,849
190,087
618,732
154,737
942,813
$9,094,762
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.
* 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, 1942—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
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.
Receipts
(other than
Taxes and
Grants).
1. Abbotsford-.
$3,068
638
2,233
1,977
5,209
2,142
530
1,336
1,662
12,267
1,248
663
5,406
3,264
577
3,355
1,591
1,569
584
1,430
6,038
2,905
$298
495
359
$86
$2,132
245
$5
$510
199
484
$4,874
$689
60
$11,662
1,637
4,608
1,993
19,731
4,816
2,315
5,533
5,918
21,129
2,039
1,494
5,521
6,397
1,283
10,344
3,740
5,911
974
2,809
6,051
6,259
$11,662
1,637
4,608
3,243
19,731
4,816
2,315
5,533
5,918
25,129
2,039
1,494
7,021
6,397
1,283
11,844
3,740    |
6,661
974
2,809
8,551
6,259
1
2. Burns Lake  .
2
3. Chapman Camp
307
$1,225
3
4. Cranberry Lake
12
43
19
24
2
63
9,096
30
1,271
2,021
3,724
4
702
107
9
352
11
356
32
$1,250
4
5.  Creston..-    	
1,870
223
30
404
66
1,704
232
414
194
36
21
170
43
421
53
2
1,556
1,780
174
563
132
3,606
183
185
108
1,071
45
775
271
327
60
480
682
1,061
479
256
482
217
1,827
291
230
5
6. Dawson Creek—
	
6
7
8. Hope
$37
$166
8
9. McBride
9
10. Mission      ..	
11
500
$437
4,000
10
11. New Denver 	
11
12
2
5
101
163
3,716
44
1,500
13
1,349
243
1,187
923
618
59
407
2
610
192
713
411
329
225
322
14
63
474
38
1,810
46
25
15
16. Smithers    .
32
299
10
75
10
178
17
1,500
16
17.  Stewart.
$153
10
17
18.  Terrace
2
1,058
750
18
19. Tofino —
19
20. Vanderhoof	
1
13
3
144
1,694
20
21. Westview- ..
2,500
21
22. Williams Lake 	
484
491
22
Totals	
$59,692
$11,365
$391
$929
$163
$3,789
$14,375
$206
$9,329
$437
$1,225
$22,074
$8,189
$132,164
$11,500
$143,664 XIIL—DISBURSEMENTS, 1942.
K 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).
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—XIIL A      	
$973,340
203,287
$415,090
154,080
$686,346
777,611
26,490
$143,192
66,904
8,603
$183,685
40,474
1,678
$431,793
135,066
3,635
$224,238
117,215
4,779
$656,248
511,797
8,874
$52,403
19,194
1,174
1
$373,925     1    $53,140
$374,255
161,225
12,021
$358,568
203,492
7,298
$2,458,717
2,009,334
$2,019,263
950,997
16,398
$85,784
83,047
10,486
$548,003
326,289
18,089
$10,037,990
5,992,332
123,297
$29,558
39,913
$1,235,005
1,223,261
11,500
$73,521
44,056
$395,063
167,939
$i.678.9fifi        sia.-4fin.ins
Districts—XIII.B	
193,374
38,946
3,772
1,523,666
8,991,167
134,797
Villages—XIII.C
Totals	
$1,176,627
$569,170
$1,490,447
$218,699
$225,837
$570,494
$346,232
$1,176,919
$72,771
$567,299
$95,858
$547,501
$569,358
$4,468,051
$2,986,658
$179,317
$892,381
$16,153,619
$69,471
$2,469,766
$117,577
$563,002
$3,202,632
$22,576,067
XIII.A.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1942—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
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   v
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
Total
Disbursements.
$100
1,439
12,439
1,107
6,849
$1,326
1,405
7,346
5,453
6,037
$5,743
600
12,282
15,693
8,341
1,943
7,311
921
14,649
5,478
1,522
20,387
2,200
30,860
6,181
2,194
19,617
41,812
114,417
67,310
32,624
6,372
6,044
6,438
36,233
5,354
12,751
2,839
302
52,777
24,756
120,395
$1,877
1,020
3,746
$44
198
$2,052
192
2,310
2,123
8,067
703
2,279
80
5,577
1,371
157
15,256
464
8,913
1,456
1,034
15,123
18,121
80,128
24,190
2,421
445
654
7,632
16,911
5,342
10,332
1,280
$554
133
164
4,624
1,119
597
285
178
1,924
290
5
9,921
102
9,872
1,282
584
10,833
9,946
33,674
14,161
•      1,906
369
300
1,015
22,626
4,115
1,823
278
$3,662
3,269
8,087
3,374
8,313
3,326
6,555
878
19,331
2,374
312
42,581
1,942
17,503
8,035
2,400
28,314
31,130
104,579
30,532
6,499
4,381
3,669
11,699
23,795
5,625
10,046
2,201
100
19,980
20,121
221,635
$167
1,070
1,792
700
1,165
100
175
271
638
155
10
2,050
25
3,588
155
103
1,727   '
4,190
7,120
3,000
219
104
80
405
578
1,365
1,453
637
$1,188
1,703
4,261
4,580
6,818
2,932
3,590
128
6,447
2,208
$720
200
1,300
1,680
$2,837
1,799
5,075
1,096
5,719
857
3,736
2,318
3,616
4,145
1,334
10,251
1,902
12,836
2,389
3,376
7,764
19,554
39,457
18,989
7,577
3,265
3,052
4,671
18,891
1,325
4,608
2,411
505
23,506
7,599
147,795
$1,165
2,654
4,711
5,284
4,153
1,110
1,930
1,306
2,592
1,722
2,392
9,037
3,660
11,612
1,125
873
5,960
25,132
106,574
20,739
4,359
2,532
3,277
2,156
25,624
1,398
1,437
2,166
53
11,621
10,279
79,935
$19,468
8,145
58,865
35,011
58,761
29,234
52,531
9,788
46,782
28,906
5,944
93,070
10,161
89,676
37,288
15,314
87,807
135,590
355,266
130,135
58,659
15,144
19,056
32,414
87,374
45,365
60,729
21,327
4,011
112,580
116,314
578,002
$5,917
5,398
$44
175
762
2,043
1,996
$46,864
29,400
123,140
158,973
165,602
42,500
88,267
23,949
131,279
74,449
14,823
287,588
34,084
355,707
94,599
60,905
336,786
509,237
1,650,317
700,327
178,719
63,736
60,094
143,719
490,681
153,656
132,318
59,924
5,035
373,225
294,145
3,153,942
$2,494
5,974
$5,573
6,943
69,078
$687
170
1,099
12,838
13,794
1,000
362
665
7,859
570
$3,100
17,860
46,292
16,403
136,680
$58,718
60,347
239,609
191,301
360,287
63,000
103,464
35,287
164,038
90,171
16,520
411,031
73,054
699,123
108,378
128,700
449,856
775,792
2,407,245
848,955
359,889
90,566
69,055
179,007
615,169
237,652
133,818
134,230
5,035
611,276
382,007
3,347,523
1
9
3   Chilliwack
3
1,997
1,008
250
345
220
74,208
44,255
3,087
4
2,871
830
2,881
776
133
101
171
4,946
1,135
4,414
2,244
4,000
9,469
7,544
11,368
14,074
4,797
1,067
1,326
4,920
10,016
1,025
1,344
1,510
$130
44,055
19,500
11,909
9,100
24,900
$156
5
6. Cumberland	
618
700
30
*
1,020
6
140
188
27
1,034
716
218
4,587
1,487
2,822
3,848
1,198
4,181
143
10,107
8,432
212
12,154
12,604
111,128
21,087
3,198
3,184
73
222
11,320
935
2,988
10,373
1,426
1,573
1,500
7
8. Enderby      	
4,825
26,550
13,638
760
24,774
11,376
112,143
22,287
21,680
61,643
155,642
340,291
305,121
33,448
4,296
878
52,172
112,395
66,714
13,243
8,090
64
23,234
39,866
434,355
8
9
10. Grand Forks
975
456
8,017
7,484
562
9,244
734
15,152
10
53
1,933
2,347
828
1,385
301
1,750
15,358
36,623
91,000
10,500
22,000
15,000
328,010
136,752
106,444
10,000
11
9,297
527
7,649
1,079
17,521
447
9,151
1,946
2,474
12,124
11,153
62,400
16,427
7,790
2,047
2,509
7,500
26,516
5,459
5,028
2,233
3,400
3,655
11,090
9,223
1,894
2,076
6,743
56,187
99,329
4,443
3,237
940
567
1,484
22,708
2,540
95,062
19
13. Kaslo
13
14. Kelowna  .... 	
10,260
8,55S
2,050
700
 *
2,665
2,784
5,458
2,400*
2,520
1,200
1,254
1,380
3,900*
1,135
876
1,000
6,515
7,359
235,006
14
15
16   Merritt
4,921
25,910
16,156
155,758
1,754
9,120
7,960
1,370
54,092
3,150
2,357
2,719
1,740
24,434
8,229
70,929
66,020
84,327
175,276
323,025
6,500
29,172
15,096
8,543
15,000
78,709
56,170
16
4,241
7,919
34,665
12,929
593
626
7,001
1,731
17,105
19,233
7,562
15,052
14,420
17
18. Nelson 	
5,040
7,856
933
7,337
794
149
36
3,071
33
18
19. New Westminster 	
19
20
21. Port Alberni  	
2,793
9,584
9,962
1,650
35,129
3,255
2,140
562
34,980
?1
22. Port Coquitlam "
22
23   Port Moody                	
23
905
1,810
486
1,163
298
7,170
3,471
1,608
17,214
20,000
25,253
1,500
2,000
1,554
24
25.  Prince Rupert  	
95-
26. Revelstoke	
?6
27. Rossland  	
97
28.  Salmon Arm .	
694
73,000
?8
29
30
30. Trail        	
35,677
4,372
606,242
31,637
4,355
161,061
4,191
4,993
34,403
4,855
4,199
85,648
13,753
12,365
171,062
10,875
7,234
73,449
1,002
3,280
15,079
16,542
8,162
122,641
2,400
1,750
10,000
5,979
2,656
2,616
21,844
292,240
1,891
32
2,179
80,170
40,000
84,373
10,179
16,350
107,029
149,593
31,480
31. Vernon  	
31
32. Victoria	
32
Totals	
$973,340
$415,090
$686,346
$143,192
$183,685
$431,793
$224,238
$656,248
$52,403
$373,925
$53,140
$374,255
$358,568
$2,458,717
1
$2,019,263
$85,784
$548,003
$10,037,990
$29,558
$1,235,005
$73,521
$395,063
$1,678,966
$13,450,103
Figures in italics denote deductions.
* Commissioner. XIII.B.—DISBURSEMENTS, 1942—DISTRICTS.
K 65
Districts.
Debenture
Interest
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
Burnaby	
Chilliwhack	
Coldstream	
Coquitlam	
Delta	
Esquimalt	
Fraser Mills	
Glenmore. 	
Kent	
Langley 	
Maple Ridge	
Matsqui	
Mission  	
North Cowichan _.
North Vancouver
Oak Bay	
Peachland	
Penticton	
Pitt Meadows	
Richmond	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm	
Spallumcheen	
Sumas	
Summerland	
Surrey	
Tadanac	
West Vancouver...
Totals _______	
$63,745
2,565
$46,255
6,558
1,969
1,210
30,980
21,975
10,171
19,206
6,453
112
3,736
2,242
1,673
180
1,643
21,405
272
19,339
4,820
4,946
13,105
1,589
429
1,743
4,002
1,145
634
448
65
271
33,985
28,496
3,287
Sinking
Funds
deposited
(exclusive
of Schools
and Public
Utilities).
$154,080
Board of
Works.
$94,166
29,715
3,048
15,290
41,158
15,646
459
2,805
8,394
43,092
25,653
24,706
43,919
14,039
40,144
43,178
1,130
16,792
4,959
59,274
54,455
10,216
6,072
14,548
5,409
95,531
24,585
39,228
$777,611
Street-
lighting.
Parks and
Cemeteries.
$27,389
48
1,154
240
271
209
50
300
7,519
4,044
4,000
2,214
3,190
777
2,006
676
11,077
$66,904
$8,087
199
74
722
124
1,447
1,406
460
796
155
1,236
5,369
11
3,323
100
541
1,068
36
255
1,181
11,276
2,608
1,474
Fire
Protection.
$30,836
2,811
90
220
25
6,250
31,653
43
12,739
26,904
7
73
445
18,285
4,209
5,066
Health and
Sanitation.
$57,373
120
11
730
490
4,635
200
715
200
322
150
866
8,041
16,619
185
6,337
304
2,516
6,708
148
120
400
2,746
3,273
3,922
$117,215
Hospital
Care and
Social
Welfare.
$147,113
17,714
1,332
20,545
9,221
7,669
267
840
5,073
27,776
13,362
10,781
10,112
9,795
30,177
12,139
1,156
24,349
1,549
19,414
66,283
4,599
3,554
4,780
2,799
45,181
934
13,283
$511,797
Donations
and Grants
$960
1,413
40
130
337
130
50
182
265
1,111
2,349
345
748
303
415
600
120
1,223
65
865
1,973
100
1,395
260
491
1,240
1,115
969
$19,194
Administration of
Justice.
$36,114
5,412
260
3,137
8,286
10,586
1,761
1,322
7,549
3,545
1,481
£,832
S,917
8,473
16,642
202
7,848
416
11,284
22,194
947
808
1,557
1,152
11,726
12,324
17,599
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).
$193,374
2,100
2,000
1,600
1,800
420
700
2,880
2,100
1,700
1,900
1,300
1,500*
420
1,575
445
2,500
2,050
1,220
1,000
1,700
1,200
3,250
300
2,800
8,946
$33,837
4,865
2,000
5,681
3,413
5,919
360
859
1,445
5,290
4,212
4,313
2,626
4,355
13,294
12,840
1,225
4,728
1,687
4,992
10,969
2,460
2,585
1,581
1,925
8,184
1,135
14,445
$161,225
$47,344
4,042
1,399
3,262
3,099
8,876
200
275
690
3,784
3,439
4,043
5,205
5,315
10,855
4,146
1,072
9,382
2,372
16,743
40,000
2,368
2,491
1,588
1,411
12,684
398
7,009
$203,492
$384,440
100,000
10,073
45,566
57,479
45,162
3,056
4,713
26,646
89,386
82,198
43,454 .
71,379
43,980
61,592
104,530
4,810
104,552
15,819
125,606
167,334
18,325
19,786
8,000
31,203
174,974
61,297
103,974
$2,009,334
$140,173
12,154
19,936
21,414
1,109
61,863
53,692
4,526
147,431
85,353
124,627
71,158
4,267
200,614
$950,997
$4,049
5,505
162
1,852
2,778
6,761
4,978
533
13,148
3,912
20,259
491
50
49
1,063
1,946
15,511
$83,047
Other
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
Total
Current
Revenue
Disbursements.
General
Funds.
Loans repaid
and other
Non-revenue
Disbursements.
By-law
Disbursements.
$115,057
$1,237,424
19,451
199,508
32,448
2,925
134,393
4,208
195,965
512
136,828
6,683
48
11,335
2,057
46,987
6,398
199,201
3,095
154,626
3,140
94,745
3,753
143,690
2,749
87,084
19,997
286,147
24,111
374,219
761
15,661
17,194
391,498
918
28,634
12
348,429
52,892
582,804
599
43,113
41
40,136
877
34,940
2,837
122,153
19,909
385,606
14,963
150,561
7,785
507,514
6,289
$5,992,332
$35,167
271
664
707
8,005
13,240
275
4,106
254
1,165
3,982
39
203
10,956
208
101
38,318
$39,913
$114,340
4,139
10,500
55,000
80,480
93,500
3,000
1,025
19,409
109,000
46,200
5,500
47,447
8,025
57,100
68
67,324
14,723
50,136
123,578
12,738
14,000
22,478
15,000
224,722
30
23,799
,223,261
Trust
Funds
Disbursements.
$2,500
10,084
75
25,123
$44,056
$34,872
18,692
60
143
546
187
163
4,266
876
668
98
1,110
5,312
9,500
222
1,883
2,363
27,097
8,454
3,374
48,053
$167,939
Sinking
Funds
Disbursements.
$92,360
9,245
19,000
11,556
94,642
37,534
700
13,300
2,500
58,112
239,115
2,734
197,545
106,428
187,208
2,054
15,000
61,143
200
373,290
$1,523,666
Total
Disbursements.
$1,514,163
231,584
61,737
200,428
371,633
269,090
9,683
13,223
66,396
314,414
225,086
101,385
191,235
99,426
414,676
636,074
25,234
662,356
43,611
508,521
924,669
57,944
77,793
68,374
201,878
610,502
112,273
977,779
$8,991,167
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, 1942—VILLAGES.
K 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
Protection.
Health and
Sanitation.
Hospital
Care 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 :	
$2,553
79
1,709
314
3,942
2,439
89
929
1,953
3,910
266
.733
532
697
139
1,893
375
1,048
749
726
299
1,116
$1,291
198
119
$194
10
$171
$317
164
$220
$600
108
$1,127
363
210
172
523
300
232
360
495
1,200
200
330
385
740
200
1,620
900
1,014
200
360
610
480
$1,145
$1,724
$750
$1,286
687
366
165
526
50
173
1,517
170
5,219
24
1,517
1,225
1,695
788
1,046
217
$11,378
1,609
3,370
1,268
20,579
3,742
1,847
6,412
6,107
21,477
1,440
1,780
3,455
5,253
2,450
9,953
4,253
4,061
1,180
3,214
2,655
5,814
s
$11,378
1,609
3,370
2,518
20,579
3,742
1,847
6,412
6,107
25,477
1,440
1,780
4,955
5,253
2,450
11,453
4,253
4,811
1,180
3,214
5,155
5,814
1
9
2
3
Chapman Camp	
107
$762
25
20
91
50
39
25
199
72
455
741
77
14
446
38
1,296
37
21
617
157
11
382
347
325
76
198
548
295
$1,250
3
A
142
1,281
53
1,635
187
4,071
4
4
R
Creston	
815
540
196
329
1,492
304
421
519
285
177
314
34
26
50
180
350
1,070
12
370
284
139
2,637
552
300
10,172
10
904
500
2,441
5
6
	
6
7
Gibsons Landing ...   	
39
300
150
300
7
8
Hop e	
McBride    	
133
196
23
8
9
9
10
Mission 	
New Denver	
Pouce Coupe	
Qualicum Beach	
607
53
4,000
10
11
11
1?
170
185
77
17
161
105
300
1?
13
45
167
33
400
267
133
45
684
169
995
124
359
155
256
- 129
13
1,500
13
14
Quesnel	
Silverton 1	
Smithers	
Stewart	
Terrace	
Tofino	
Vanderhoof	
Westview	
Williams Lake	
1,059
178
671
431
18
134
14
IR
25
15
16
2,917
2
270
300
300
1,500
16
17
300
*-
17
18
647
750
18
19
200
367
1,654
19
20.
184
991
74
106
225
175
300
...
20
21
10
646
772
2,500
91
29,
357
16
176
542
99
Totals	
$26,490
1
$8,603
$1,678
$3,635
$4,779
$8,874
$1,174
$3,772
$12,021
$7,298
$16,398
$10,486
$18,089
$123,297
$11,500
$134,797 REPORT OP DEPUTY MINISTER OP MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XV.A.—TAX SALE LANDS, SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION, AS AT
DECEMBER 31st, 1942.
Upset
Price.
Purchased by
Municipality,
1942 Tax Sale.
Balance,
January
1st, 1942.
Total.
Redemptions and
other
Credits.
Balance,
December
Amount.
Percentage.
Cities—XV.A1    	
$57,583
69,154
173
$40,996
58,193
173
71.19
84.15
100.00
$55,059
85,929
123
$96,055
144,122
296
1
$51,087             $44,968
Districts—XV.A2    	
71,481
72,641
Villages—XV.C
296
Totals -	
$126,910
33,595
$99,362
17,603
78.29
52.40
$141,111
28,932
$240,473
46,535
$122,568     |     $117,905
1
29,057        -      17,478
$160,505
$116,965
72.87
$170,043
$287,008
$151,625
$135,383
XV.A1.—TAX SALE LANDS, SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION, AS AT
DECEMBER 31st, 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Upset
Price.
Purchased by
Municipality,
1942 Tax Sale.
Balance,
January
1st, 1942.
Total.
Redemptions and
other
Credits.
Balance,
December
Amount.
Percentage.
Alberni  _ _
$480
874
353
151
245
$440
160
353
22
245
91.88
18.31
100.00
14.57
100.00
$242
69
$682
229
353
176
680
$242
69
$440.
160
Chilliwack   — _
353
154
435
154
435
22
Cranbrook ___ —_ —_	
Cumberland  	
245
68
724
1,589
1,790
318
1,568
1,309
1,730
58
1,095
1,965
515
1,090
1,038
523*
891
58
1,621
2,329
1,755
1,408
1,730
1,779
1,802
58
1,095
_ 1,965
515
1,090
1,038
339
891
526
364
1,240
318
692
1,256
911
72.65
22.91
69.33
100.00
44.07
95.95
52.66
526
Fernie      _   - — .
364
1,240
318
692
Kaslo .....  .  	
Kelowna    	
Ladysmith 	
Merritt      -
Nanaimo	
Nelson __  	
New Westminster ... __	
1,440
911
1,763
1,468
498
13,060
3,002
2,326
913
1,525
1,710
1,346
1,090
1,597
610
720
127
263
14,366
1,763
'    1,113
289
12,010
3,002
2,002
913
1,525
1,252
1,165
1,090
1,576
222
720
127
170
5,530
100.00
75.82
68.03
91.96
100.00
86.07
100.00
100.00
73.22
86.55
100.00
98.68
36.23
100.00
100.00
64.64
38.49
1,201
1,820
2,960
15,323
2,680
3,959
1,024
1,544
1,852
2,413
1,269
2,964
2,933
3,249
27,333
5,682
5,961
1,937
3,069
3,104
3,578
2,359
1,576
851
1,365
2,459
1,055
11,978
1,490
1,820  .
2,876
11,085
3,035
4,339
1,024
1,544
1,852
2,610
1,294
1,474
1,113
373
16,248
2,647
1,622
Port Coquitlam 	
913
1,525
Prince George  —	
1,252
968
1,065
1,576
629
645
2,332
885
6,448
629
645
1,324
885
6,744
222
720
Trail   " _
1,135
170
5,234
Totals  -
$57,583
$40,996
71.19
$55,059
$96,055
$51,087
$44,968
! Adjusted. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OP MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 75
XV.A2.^-TAX SALE LANDS, SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION, AS AT
DECEMBER 31st, 1942—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Upset
Price.
Purchased by
Municipality,
1942 Tax Sale.
Balance,
January
1st, 1942.
Total.
Redemptions and
other
Credits.
Balance,
December
Amount.
Percentage.
$16,271
1,156
161
2,408
2,136
556
$16,271
931
161
2,408
520
308
100.00
80.54
100.00
100.00
24.34
55.40
$46,563
1,800
829
3,631
1,594
1,244
$62,834
2,731
990
6,039
2,114
1,552
$30,734
1,749
829
3,631
1,331
1,244
$32,100
Chilliwhack  	
Coldstream  __   — 	
Coquitlam 	
Delta
982
161
2,408
783
308
324
618
2,120
933
324
909
4,915
2,906
324
666
2,577
933
1,057
1,055
7,041
42
289
1,323
1,417
2,320
1,405
1,510
430
126
811
6,155
Kent	
291
3,465
3,186
291
2,795
1,973
100.00
80.66
61.93
243
2,338
1,973
Mission __ 	
304
350
20,488
471
190
2,399
688
918
3,480
55
320
392
586
5,555
304
239
20,260
100.00
68.29
98.89
1,057
1,055
6,631
42
289
1,001
836
2,289
1,355
1,719
430
126
618
6,118
1,361
1,294
26,891
42
367
2,324
1,417
2,932
2,714
1,774
477
518
1,139
9,562
304
239
19,850
Oak Bay ....	
Peachland 	
78
1,323
581
643
1,359
55
47
392
521
3,444
41.05
55.15
84.45
70.04
39.05
100.00
14.69
100.00
88.91
62.00
78
1,001
Pitt Meadows _ 	
Richmond 	
Saanich  _
Salmon Arm  	
Spallumcheen 	
612
1,309
264
47
Summerland ____	
328
3,407
Tadanac 	
3,328
3,289
98.83
2,707
5,996
2,482
3,514
Totals	
$69,154
$58,193
84.15
$85,929
1
$144,122     |
$71,481
$72,641     . K 76
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
XV.B.—TAX SALE LANDS, NOT SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942.
Balance,
January 1st,
1942.
Acquired
during
Year.
1942 Taxes
on Prior
Purchases.
Total.
Sales and
Adjustments.
Balance,
December
31st, 1942.
Cities—XV.B1    	
$5,509,948
3.997,722
2,501
$32,725
30,605
12
$21,711
80,618
$5,564,384
4,108,945
2,513
$295,812
197,171
$5,268,572
Districts—XV.B2 	
3,911,774
Villages—XV.C           	
2,513
Totals -	
$9,510,171
5,146,544
$63,342
14,186
$102,329
31,999
$9,675,842
5,192,729
$492,983
216,650
$9,182,859
4,976,079
$14,656,715
$77,528
$134,328
$14,868,571
$709,633
$14,158,938
XV. BI.—TAX SALE LANDS, NOT SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942—CITIES.
Cities.
Balance,
January 1st,
1942.
Acquired
during
Year.
1942 Taxes
on Prior
Purchases.
Total.
Sales and
Adjustments.
Balance,
December
31st, 1942.
Alberni      	
$26,105
11,489
12,088
1,361
14,059
$81
69
$17
15
$26,203
11,573
12,088
1,443
14,387
$953
818
1,631
273
1,343
$25,250
10,755
10,457
82
1,170
328
13,044
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
58
831
1,965
217
571
444
190
814
58
15,071
89,694
61,584
41,189
40,249
13,856
28,949
15,230
82,836
49,335
25,685
500,582
1,176,432
61,368
255,950
221,394
290,802
439,161
62,017
3,648
7,987
11,489
2,059
98,308
1,903,758
26
543
11,468
668
15i
786
342
2,460
510
1,629
1,814
1,195
21,607
39,885
10,533
3,104
2,949
18,235
82,823
903
15
1,467
2,321
84
233
1,333
123
95
112
206
14,528
78,226
60,916
41,343
39,463
13,513
26,489
14,720
1,000
1,563
709
5,343
1,999
3,100
691
1,517
1,511
2,413
921
349
645
277
459
4,660
239
81,207
47,521
172
1,465
628
878
1,260
367
429
2,957
24,490
478,975
North Vancouver 	
1,136,547
50,835
252,846
218,445
272,567
Prince Rupert 	
356,338
61,114
3,633
90
6,520
9,168
35
2,059
2,040
83,677
96,268
10,975
1,820,081
Totals    _
$5,509,948
$32,725
$21,711
$5,564,384
$295,812
$5,268,572
Figures in italics denote revaluations. REPORT OF DEPUTY MINISTER OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS, 1942.        K 77
XV.B2.—TAX SALE LANDS, NOT SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION,
AS AT DECEMBER 31 ST, 1942—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
Balance,
January 1st,
1942.
Acquired
during
Year.
1942 Taxes
on Prior
Purchases.
Total.
Sales and
Adjustments.
Balance,
December
31st, 1942.
$1,994,842
1,000
233
62,935
13,160
137,876
60
14
4,466
24,845
22,584
8,227
12,980
15,471
1,312,213
50,526
14,372
52.95S
7,194
49,575
64,501
11,574
1,910
8S8
26,623
32,590
74.205
$10,391
1,064
829
2,209
82
400
$8,976
$2,014,209
2,064
1,062
65,833
13,242
191,157
60
14
5,213
25,564
23,346
8,598
14,093
16,391
1,331,154
50,615
14,485
54,048
7,408
50,910
65,774
11,786
1,910
1,125
27,175
35,760
$56,267
1,217
1,062
7,522
2,250
85,808
3,553
6,745
3,888
4,812
1,130
918
24,479
1,713
860
1,955
139
1,942
10,397
704
1,377
534
3,188
5,755
S1.0U
$1,957,942
847
Coldstream 	
689
52,881
58,311
Delta         	
10,992
105,349
60
14
Kent _  	
567
719
584
371
658
920
4,167
42
89
521
112
1,032
1,074
212
180
178
455
1,660
18,819
19.458
3,786
12,963
15,473
North Vancouver  -
14,774
47
24
569
102
303
199
1,306,675
48,902
13,625
52,093
7,269
Richmond 	
48,968
55,377
11,082
Spallumcheen	
214
109
565
533
23
543
2,605
i     1,391
591
Summerland    ___ 	
23,98?
30,005
353
75,949
106.993
Totals	
$3,997,722
$30,605
$80,618
$4,108,945
$197,171
S3,911,774
Figures in italics denote revaluations.
XV.C—TAX SALE LANDS AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Subject to
Redemption.
Not Subject
to
Redemption.
Abbotsford _
Hope	
Mission	
Quesnel	
Smithers	
Stewart	
Totals __
$41
210
45
$606
943
273
115
68
508
$2,513
$606
984
273
325
113
508
$2,809
I  XVI.—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE OF LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX SALES TO 1942 ASSESSMENT.
K 79
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.
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 Improvements).
Cities—XVI. A	
Districts—XVI.B	
Villages—XVI. C	
Totals	
Vancouver	
Grand totals
$71,181,230
69,359,361
1,997,182
$142,537,773
147,577,834
$290,115,607
$12,328,900
12,177,502
38,648
17.32
17.56
1.94
$124,083,405
144,164,656
5,304,745
$24,545,050
8,319,445
17.22
5.64
$273,552,806
228,295,568
$32,864,495
11.33
$501,848,374
$1,341,014
571,864
4,745
1.08
0.40
'0.09
$195,264,635 $13,669,914
I
213,524,017    I 12,749,366
7,301,927     | 43,393
7.00
5.97
0.59
$1,917,623
472,760
0.70
0.21
$416,090,579
$26,462,673
!        I
375,873,402 |    8,792,205 j
6.36
2.34
$2,390,383
0.48
$791,963,981 |   35,254,878
4.45
$195,264,635 | $139,818,360
I
213,524,017 | 162,170,969
7,301,927 j 5,899,962
$416,090,579  |  $307,889,291
I
375,873,402  I  307,563,887
$791,963,981
$615,453,178
71.60
75.95
$153,488,274
174,920,335
5,943,355
78.60
81.92
81.39
74.00
81.83
$334,351,964
316,356,092
77.71
$650,708,056
80.36
84.17
82.16
XVLA.—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE  OF  LANDS  AND IMPROVEMENTS  ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX SALES TO 1942 ASSESSMENT—-CITIES.
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 Im-
rrovements).
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.
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.
$389,346
388,925
830,860
405,629
625,421
138,039
508,030
322,107
504,941
570,510
199,287
2,048,101
219,600
1,569,607
320,629
743,729
2,157,341
1,893,854
12,357,536
6,168,357
1,050,710
1,360,884
1,009,475
1,852,912
3,560,455
912,830
488,498
351,068
80,770
1,634,026
1,546,890
24,970,863
$110,935
48,070
51,650
26,915
35,665
28.49
12.36
6.22
6.64
5.70
0.14
30.46
29.80
48.14
75.72
6.47
17.07
11.81
17.11
67.88
6.00
3.08
9.04
38.42
9.24
43.74
43.80
47.34
25.13
26.10
6.75
13.71
61.48
0.50
12.71
13.26
$642,735
641,755
2,112,750
1,235,086
1,704,975
313,980
1,509,775
353,095
1,550,066
710,100
193,525
5,047,530
372,460
4,808,738
372,150
577,405
4,581,360
5,525,295
19,208,594
5,269,200
3,058,310
756,695
628,725
1,358,286
6,095,470
1,933,910
2,076,345
740,505
76,210
5,898,050
3,626,975
41,103,350
0.39
0.11
0.48
4.92
13.35
0.52
17.87
0.02
4.39
0.15
0.36
2.46
0.25
0.18
0.41
8.22
0.07
0.14
0.34
1.86
0.61
0.18
0.19
12.79
0.07
0.83
$1,032,081
1,030,680
2,943,610
1,640,715
2,330,396
452,019
2,017,805
675,202
2,055,007
1,280,610
392,812
7,095,631
592,060
6,378,345
692,779
1,321,134
6,738,701
7,419,149
31,566,130
11,437,557
4,109,020
2,117,579
1,638,200
3,211,198
9,655,925
2,846,740
2,564,843
1,091,573
156,980
7,532,076
5,173,865
66,074,213
$110,935
50,570
53,950
26,915
43,865
. 10.75
4.90
1.83
1.64
1.88
0.03
17.10
17.39
21.73
47.22
1,88
9.09
3.02
8.11
39.29
2.09
0.92
3.79
24.50
2.42
28.16
26.99
27.46
10.44
8.78
1.43
4.54
37.85
0.11
3.85
5.53
$1,032,081
1,030,680
2,943,610
1,640,715
2,330,396
452,019
2,017,805
675,202
2,055,007
1,280,610
392,812
7,095,631
592,060
6,378,345
692,779
1,321,134
6,738,701
7,419,149
31,566,130
11,437,557
4,109,020
2,117,579
1,638,200
3,211,198
9,655,925
2,846,740
2,564,843
1,091,573
156,980
7,532,076
5,173,865
66,074,213
$825,351
750,910
2,531,885
1,457,975
1,913,826
346,869
1,752,455
421,862
1,143,752
780',250
148,772
5,957,141
381,984
5,404,485
559,079
680,195
5,802,476
6,096,584
22,075,679
6,604,907
3,162,947
1,285,869
1,125,665
1,865,345
5,136,645
2,057,415
2,182,323
863,006
90,865
6,654,346
4,071,155
45,686,342
79.97
72.86
86.01
88.86
82.12
76.74
86.85
62.48
55.66
60.93
37.87
83.96
64.52
84.73
80.70
51.48
86.11
82.17
69.93
57.75
76.97
60.72
68.71
58.09
53.20
72.27
85.09
79.06
57.88
88.35
78.69
69.14
$936,286
801,480
2,585,835
1,484,890
1,957,691
346,869
1,753,155
537,332
1,501,219
1,058,570
334,262
6,090,711
435,819
5,596,860
615,279
•      1,199,254
5,943,211
6,164,659
23,272,330
9,407,727
3,262,284
1,882,197
1,567,772
2,747,175
6,144,755
2,307,490
2,218,998
912,515
150,275
6,662,456
4,270,305
49,338,613
90.72
77.76
87.84
90.50
84.00
76.74
86.88
79.58
73.05
82.66
85.09
85.84
73.61
87.75
88.81
90.77
88.20
83.09
73.72
82.25
79.39
88.88
95.70
85.55
63.64
81.05
86.52
83.60
95.73
88.46
82.54
74.67
1
$2,500
2,300
2
3. Chilliwack	
4. Courtenay	
3
4
8,200
5
6. Cumberland	
7. Duncan	
8. Enderby  	
6
700
98,100
150,460
274,650
150,905
132,470
37,495
185,340
54,850
504,839
129,385
58,335
1,117,344
2,369,620
97,087
595,278
442,107
877,230
894,570
238,275
32,975
48,139
49,660
8,110
196,650   .
3,311,091
700
115,470
357,467
278,320
185,490
133,570
53,835
192,375
56,200
519,059
140,735
68,075
1,196,651
2,802,820
99,337
596,328
442,107
881,830
1,008,110
250,075
36,675
49,509
59,410
8,110
199,150
3,652,271
7
8
17,370
207,007
3,670
34,585
1,100
16,340
7,035
1,350
14,220
11,350
9,740
79,307
433,200
2,250
1,050
9. Fernie	
10. Grand Forks -   	
9
10
11. Greenwood	
12. Kamloops 	
13. Kaslo	
11
12
13
14
15
16   Merritt        	
16
17
18. Nelson    	
18
19. New Westminster.	
20. North Vancouver	
21. Port Alberni      	
19
20
21
22. Port Coquitlam	
22
23
24. Prince George	
4,600
113,540
11,800
3,700
1,370
9,750
24
25
26. Revelstoke	
27. Rossland  _.
26
27
28. Salmon Arm	
28
29. Slocan	
30. Trail	
31. Vernon  ..
29
30
2,500
341,180
31
32. Victoria	
32
Totals    .
$71,181,230
$12,328,900
17.32
$124,083,405
$1,341,014
1.08
$195,264,635
$13,669,914
7.00
$195,264,635
$139,818,360
71.60
$153,488,274
1
78.60 K 81
XVI.B.—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE  OF  LANDS AND  IMPROVEMENTS  ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX SALES TO 1942 ASSESSMENT—DISTRICTS.
Districts.
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
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
Assessed
Value of
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales to
Total
Assessed
Value.
Total ]and and Improvements.
Total
Assessed
Value.
Percentage
Total Assessed
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales.
Value of
Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed
Value.
Total
Assessed VaW
(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).
1. Burnaby	
2. Chilliwhack	
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	
$13,352,795
3,437,890
623,970
1,549,303
3,612,886
2,137,447
142,730
151,295
801,067
2,418,982
1,612,766
1,351,040
776,521
1,248,085
6,121,785
3,462,510
250,695
2,073,784
700,100
4,989,410
4,153,933
837,871
1,568,750
886,753
1,092,781
5,609,714
199,484
4,195,014
1,359,361
$5,629,920
7,595
3,380
348,889
38,600
582,275
1,254
35
2,217
79,085
75,385
82,026
81,923
80,760
3,492,794
71,310
60,915
154,879
9,290
256,964
304,477
68,125
9,200
1,144
51,363
291,052
392,645
42.16
0.22
0.54
22.52
1.07
27.24
0.88
0.02
0.28
3.27
4.67
6.07
10.55
6.47
57.06
2.06
24.30
7.47
1.33
5.15
7.33
8.13
0.59
0.13
4.70
5.19
9.36
$14,960
2,809,
314,
7,566,
2,383,
10,960,
639,
282
. 630,
3,010,
2,780,
2,712,
5,812,
2,803,
2,964,
10,569,
178,
4,580,
471,
6,205,
12,631
971,
461
671
1,905
5,245
32,530
7,108
205
060
760
080
480
595
878
930
793
260
752
360
962
910
365
700
610
025
870
252
292
155
,605
,830
,944
,825
,588
,570
$280,675
1,150
4,970
2,650
960
19,145
11,577
34,974
50,255
900
99,240
420
1,100
5,800
3,300
3,720
25,243
6,670
800
400
6,000
9,715
2,200
1.88
0.04
0.21
0.02
0.15
0.64
0.42
1.29
0.86
0.03
3.35
0.004
0.62
0.13
0.70
0.06
0.20
0.69
0.17
0.06
0.31
0.18
0.03
$28,313,000
6,246,950
938,730
9,115,383
5,996,366
13,098,042
782,608
434,225
1,431,860
5,429,242
4,393,518
4,063,400
6,589,483
4,051,995
9,086,150
14,032,210
429,305
6,653,*
1,171,970
11,194,662
16,785,225
1,809,026
2,030,355
1,558,583
2,998,725
10,855,539
32,730,072
11,303,584
$12,177,502
17.56
$144,164,656
$571,864
0.40
$213,524,017
$5,910,595
8,745
3,380
348,889
43,570
584,925
1,254
35
3,177
98,230
86,962
117,000
132,178
81,660
3,592,034
71,730
62,015
160,679
12,590
260,684
329,720
74,795
10,000
1,544
57,363
300,767
394,845
20.88
0.14
0.36
3.83
0.73
4.47
0.16
0.01
0.22
1.81
1.98
2.88
2.01
2.01
39.53
0.51
14.45
2.41
1.07
2.33
1.96
4.13
0.49
0.10
1.91
2.77
3.49
,313,000
,246,950
938,730
,115,383
,9"96,366
,098,042
782,608
434,225
431,860
,429,242
393,518
063,400
589,483
051,995
086,150
032,210
429,305
653,809
171,970
194,662
785,225
809,026
030,355
558,583
998,725
855,539
,730,072
303,584
$12,749,366
$213,524,017
$18,293,140
6,028,500
934,480
2,408,114
5,493,436
3,092,697
781,354
397,385
1,388,044
5,221,762
4,109,736
3,827,116
6,423,795
3,867,940
4,388,421
13,541,900
322,161
5,888,644
1,038,050
8,974,488
14,809,163
1,704,431
2,014,290
1,520,518
2,813,997
9,949,106
22,730,072
10,208,229
64.61
96.50
99.55
26.42
91.61
23.61
99.84
91.51
96.94
96.18
93.54
94.18
97.48
95.46
48.30
96.51
75.04
88.50
88.57
80.17
88.23
94.22
99.21
97.56
93.84
91.65
69.45
90.31
$24,203,735
6,037,245
937,860
2,757,003
5,537,006
3,677,622
782,608
397,420
1,391,221
5,319,992
4,196,698
3,944,116
6,555,973
3,949,600
7,980,455
13,613,630
384,176
6,049,323
1,050,640
9,235,172
15,138,883
1,779,226
2,024,290
1,522,062
2,871,360
10,249,873
22,730,072
10,603,074
$162,170,969
75.95
$174,920,^
85.49
96.64
99.91
30.25
92.34
28.08
100.00
91.52
97.16
97.99
95.52
97.06
99.49
97.47
87.83
97.02
89.49
90.91
89.64
82.50
90.19
98.35
99.70
97.66
95.75
94.42
69.45
93.80
81.92 K 83
•XVI.C—PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE ASSESSED VALUE  OF  LANDS AND  IMPROVIENTS  ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX  SALES  TO  1942  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
Improvements
acquired
through
Tax Sales.
Percentage
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Total
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Total td and Improvements.
Total
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Total Assessed
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Percentage
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Total
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Total
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Exemptions.
Percentage
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Total Assessments less
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other than
Land and
Improvements
acquired
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Total Assessments less
Exemptions
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Land and
Improvements
acquired
through Tax
Sales to Total
Assessed Value
(Land and Improvements).
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Burns Lake	
Chapman Camp.
Cranberry Lake
Creston	
Dawson Creek ....
Gibsons Landing
Hope	
McBride	
Mission	
New Denver	
Pouce Coupe	
Qualicum Beach..
Quesnel	
Silverton	
Smithers	
Stewart	
Terrace	
Tofino	
Vanderhoof	
Westview	
Williams Lake ....
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$122,896    | $606
33,745     | 1,965
24,788
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212,098
24,450
42,157
143,088 |
40,939
495,231  |
43,439
19,287
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150,417    | 575
18,782  .	
215,120  |        300
192,669 |      17,738
75,714    	
20,822  |        149
35,730    	
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85,810
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2.76
2.70
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$38,648
1.94
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176,035
271,250
647,015
285,883
60,050
150,250
149,608
925,255
108,145
146,767
461,440
73,395
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276,367
132,570
97,070
180,475
316,915
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92,177
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208,284
117,892
216,205
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127,405
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418,190
92,177
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117,892
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129,520
295,943
687,758
282,918
99,547
257,140
187,097
1,217,431
109,224
105,054
418,765
68,642
516,810
355,978
173,305
101,822
161,505
343,800
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80.05
91.17
97.40
87.66
98.19
85.70
72.05
63.26
68.44
74.47
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75.89
83.21
86.37
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XIX.—AREA AND POPULATION.
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Area in
Acres.
Population.
1941 Census.
Estimated.
Cities—XIX.A 	
Districts—XIX.B      	
51,062
973,477
8,418
157,989
169,633
13,014
184,550
175,801
Villages—XIX.C	
13,014
1,032,957
27,965
340,636
275,353
373,365
Vancouver -	
288,541
1,060,922
615,989
661,906
XIX.A.—AREA AND POPULATION—CITIES.
Cities.
Area in
Acres.
Population.
1941 Census.
Estimated.
1,320
1,140
1,040
840
263
66
500
655
329
1,800
640
912
400
1,625
220
1,691
1,020
951
4,394
3,131
2,170
6,200
2,980
1,092
4,761
570
1,920
650
196
846
2,200
4,640
1,807
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3,675
1,737
2,568
885
2,189
538
2,545
1,259
363
5,959
468
5,118
1,706
940
6,635
6,912
21,967
8,914
4,584
1,539
1,512
2,027
6,714
2,106
3,657
836
183
9,392
6,209
44,068
1,800
Armstrong 	
1,000
3,700
Courtenay-  	
Cranbrook   	
1,737
2,568
925
2,500
Enderby  	
538
2,545
1,259
Greenwood — _	
1,500
6,500
1,500
5,118
1,745
950
Nanaimo ____	
6,700
23,000
13,000
5,000
1,550
1,600
3 500
20,000
2,106
3,657
830
1,350
9,392
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51,062
157,989
184,550 K 90
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Districts.
Area in
Acres.
Population.
1941 Census.
Estimated.
24,778
43,000
17,063
37,204
80,818
1,500
390
3,651
45,600
78,748
78,000
54,165
73,000
35,000
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2,552
3,520
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12,000
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46,000
65,000
34,000
12,000
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20,515
30,328
7,787
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4,287
3,737
552
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6,476
5,601
2,718
4,590
5,931
9,240
479
5,777
1,119
10,370
20,535
1,786
1,805
2,473
2,054
14,840
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8,362
31,000
8,500
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4,000
618
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7,769
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6,456
5,500
4,500
4,500
6,200
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9,700
400
5,777
1,200
10,370
21,000
1,780
1,805
2,500
2,300
16,000
455
8,500
Totals            	
973,477
169,633
175,801
XIX.C—AREA AND POPULATION—VILLAGES.
Villages.
Area in
Acres.
Population.
1941 Census.
Estimated.
160
154
75
226
430
89
60
1,200
240
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124
109
106
295
95
950
790
320
440
220
1,190
324
562
218
513
850*
1,153
518
262
515
237
1,957
310
251
259*
653
207
759
446
355
246
350
1,853*
540
562
218
513
850
1,153
518
262
515
237
1,957
310
251
259
653
207
759
446
355
Tofino                            - -	
246
350
1,853
540
8,418
13,014
13,014
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XX.—DOMICILIATION OF DEBENTURE DEBT A£
AT DECEMBER 31st, 1942,
Issued, sold,
and
outstanding.
Issued and
unsold.
Unissued.
Total.
Canada only—
$13,335,377
8,282,206
27,673
$166,457
49,311
$15,180
$13,517,014
8,331,517
27,673
$21,645,256
15,206,062
$215,768
$15,180
41,711
$21,876,204
15,247,773
$36,851,318
$215,768
$56,891
$37,123,977
London (England) only—
$7,303,244
$7,303,244
Totals - _ —	
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26,126,549
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26,126,549
$33,429,793
$33,429,793
London (England) and Canada—
$3,922,536
955,200
$3,922,536
955,200
Totals .„_  	
$4,877,736
5,252,655
$4,877,736
5,252,655
$10,130,391
$10,130,391
New York only—■
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$3,684,029
176,175
$3,684,029
176,175
$3,860,204
17,214,628
$3,860,204
17,214,628
$21,074,832
$21,074,832
London (England), New York, and Canada—
$2,518,181
1,935,500
$2,518,181
1,935,500
Villages  — __    	
$4,453,681
2,486,273
$4,453,681
2,486,273
$6,939,954
$6,939,954
Others-
Totals—
$30,763,367
11,349,081
27,673
$166,457
49,311
$15,180
$30,945,004
11,398,392
27,673
Totals    .                   	
$42,140,121
66,286,167
$215,768
$15,180
41,711
$42,371,069
66,327,878
$108,426,288
$215,768
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