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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT
COAL AND PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
YEAR ENDED 31 ST DECEMBER, 1943
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY  OF THE  LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
PrinlecLhy Charles F, Banfield, Printer to the King's Must Excellent Majesty,
1944. To His Honour W. C. Woodward,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Coal and Petroleum
Control Board for the year ended December 31st, 1943.
W. A. CARROTHERS,
Coal and Petroleum Control Board.
Victoria, B.C., 19U- Annual Report of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board
for the Calendar Year ended December 31st, 1943.
In the petroleum industry there were no major changes during the year. Gasoline
rationing and tire restrictions substantially reduced the sales of gasoline for use in
private passenger automobiles; however, on the other hand, there was a marked increase
in the sale of gasoline for commercial and industrial use.
Only three new retail licences covering sale of petroleum products were granted
during the year; two of which were restricted to sales to contract truckers on the
Alaska Highway.
In the coal industry there were no major changes affecting the sale and distribution of coal; a number of the smaller dealers discontinued in the industry and nineteen
new retail licences were granted. Seven new licences were granted for the mining of
coal in respect of the opening-up of new coal prospects.
In 1943 the sale of coal in the Province reached 1,636,970% tons, an increase over
1942 of some 158,063% tons; it is to be particularly noted that the sale of Alberta coal
increased over 1942 by some 282,246y2 tons.
Throughout the year the Coal and Petroleum Control Board has worked in co-operation with the Dominion Oil Controller and the Coal Controller. Statistics in respect of
both coal and petroleum products were forwarded to both departments each month
throughout the year.
LICENCES.
The number of licences issued by the Board under Regulation 1, and in force on
January 1st, 1943, totalled 3,263. Of these, some 515 were in the coal industry.
During the year thirty-six new licences were granted, three being in the petroleum
industry and thirty-three in the coal industry. Various licences were cancelled during
the year, due to operators discontinuing the sale of either coal or petroleum products,
leaving in force as at December 31st, 1943, some 3,190 licences.
Summary of Licences.
Petroleum industry—
. Petroleum refiners   8
Petroleum wholesalers    :     336
Petroleum retailers   2,319
  2,663
Coal industry—
Mine operators        31
Wholesale coal-dealers         81
Retail coal-dealers       415
      527
Total  3,190
The following table gives a breakdown of petroleum licences issued by the Board
during 1943 to the various oil companies and individuals in respect of bulk plants,
barrel agencies, or distributing points;   and licences restricted to the sale of fuel and
lubricating Oils. Wholesale. Retail.
Imperial Oil     83 83
Standard Oil     25 53
Shell Oil .____-_-_     44 53
3 H 4 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Wholesale. Retail.
Union Oil  55 55
Home Oil  35 42
British American Oil  17 17
B.C. Fuel  3 1
McColl-Frontenac Oil  4 3
Signal Oil   1
Total, company licences  267 307
Others      34 1,870
Restricted fuel-oil, lubricants, or naphtha gasoline ___    35 142
Total licences   336 2,319
Licensed gasoline outlets serving the general public are:—
Garage and service-stations   1,334
Pumps (no service)       411
Marine outlets      125
Total  1,870
Note.—In addition to these 1,870 licences, the 307 retail licences issued to the
various oil company distribution plants supply gasoline to commercial accounts.
In granting new licences under section 6 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products
Control Board Act," careful consideration has been given to public necessity. All new
licences granted by the Board have the approval of the Dominion Oil Controller.
In respect to new licences in the coal industry, applications have been dealt with
in co-operation with the Dominion Coal Controller.
New Licences.
During the year forty-eight applications for new licences to commence business
in either the coal or petroleum industry have been dealt with by the Board, resulting
in thirty-six new licences being granted.
Special licences granted under section 6 of the Act during 1943 to persons newly
commencing in the petroleum industry are as follows:—
Petroleum retailers (3) —
Ray D. Jewell, Dawson Creek, B.C.
Amalgamated Motor Trucks (Alberta), Ltd., Dawson Creek, B.C.
Kathryn A. Moody, Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.
Note.—The new licences at Dawson Creek, B.C., were restricted to sales to contract truckers, and were granted in order to facilitate the distribution of gasoline to
trucks operating on the Alaska Highway.
Special licences granted under section 6 of the Act to new operators taking over
existing businesses in the petroleum industry:—
Petroleum retailers   199
Petroleum wholesalers      2
Sixty-four gasoline retail outlets selling to the public closed during the year,
divided into the following types of businesses: Fifteen garages, twenty-nine service-
stations, fifteen gasoline-pumps (located at stores or connected with businesses not
catering exclusively to the automobile trade), and five marine outlets. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1943.     H 5
There has been no change in the number of oil companies operating in the Province.    Engaged in the sale and distribution of petroleum products are:—
Imperial Oil, Ltd.
Shell Oil Company of B.C.
Union Oil Company of Canada, Ltd.
McColl-Frontenac Oil Company, Ltd.
Standard Oil Company of B.C.
Home Oil Distributors, Ltd.
British American Oil Company, Ltd.
B.C. Fuel, Ltd.
Special licences granted in the coal industry to persons commencing new businesses totalled thirty-three licences:—
Retail coal-dealers (19) —
The Corporation of the District of Burnaby.
The Corporation of the District of Saanich.
The Corporation of the District of Peachland.
The Corporation of the City of Victoria.
Richard Clarence Oldfield, Saanich.
Economy Fuel Company, Langford.
Economy Fuel Company, Metchosin.
Yarrow Co-operative Growers' Union, Yarrow.
H. L. Johnstone (Alberta Coal Company), Victoria.
British Lands, Ltd., Princeton. .
Coal Consumers Co-operative, 555 Howe Street, Vancouver.
Charles L. Montgomery and Herbert V. Hallam, White Rock.
F. Fatkin, Bradner.
Robert E. Day, Wells.
Strickland Fuels, Ltd., 6080 East Boulevard, Vancouver.
James Campbell, Coombs, V.I.
A. Denton, Nanaimo.
Mrs. A. K. Blanshard, Huntingdon.
K. C. Cunard, Princeton.
Wholesale coal-dealers (7) —
W. L. Noske and S. J. Eustice, 435 Industrial Avenue, Vancouver.
R. Melville Smith, Peace River area.
British Lands, 555 Howe Street, Vancouver.
The Rose-Deer Coal Company, 3290 Marine Drive, West Vancouver.
A. W. Burch, Wynndel.
W. E. Robi, 325 Howe Street, Vancouver.
Coal Consumer's Co-operative Association, 555 Howe Street, Vancouver.
Mine'operators (7) —
R. Melville Smith, Peace River area.
British Lands, Ltd., Princeton.
Coal Consumers, Ltd., Princeton.
Robert E. Day, Wells.
R. H. Hamilton, Extension, V.I.
R. B. Carruthers and W. Wakelyn, Wellington, V.I.
F. John, H. Gerlock, and T. Russell, Wellington, V.I.
Twelve new operators took over existing businesses in the coal industry and thirty-
eight small retail dealers discontinued in the industry. H 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GASOLINE SALES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In 1943 the sales of gasoline in the Province, as reported to the Board by the
various oil companies, increased by 3,337,103 gallons over 1942. While there was an
increase in the total sales of gasoline this year, it is particularly noted that sales made
through service-stations and other resale outlets decreased in the amount of 5,163,864
gallons. Sales made direct to consumers by the oil companies increased by 8,335,082
gallons and marine sales increased by 165,885 gallons. Consumer sales are sales made
to industrial, commercial users, as well as to farmers.
The following tables give a breakdown of the sales of gasoline made in 1943
through the various bulk plants in the Province:—
Table 1.—A Summary of Sales for 1943, by Districts and Zones.    (For key to
various zones, see map at the end of this report.)
Table 2.—Bulk Plant Sales in Principal Cities and Towns in British Columbia
for 1943.
Table 3.—Comparative Statement of Bulk Plant Sales covering the Years
1939-43, together with a Graph showing the Rise and Decline of the
Various Types of Sales, in Millions of Gallons.
Table 1.—Summary of Gasoline Sales made through the Various Bulk Plants
for 1943, by Districts and Zones.
Area.
Resellers.
Commercial,
Marine.
Total.
Victoria   	
4,504,024
21,104,721
12,751,625
1,745,770
5,743,422
24,044,534
198,330
1,104,350
2,079,809
6,448,124
27,952,493
38,875,968
Totals  _ _ _ _ _	
38,360,370
31,533,726
3,382,489
73,276,585
Zone 1 (less Victoria). __ __.. __ __ _
Zone 3   _	
1,538,389
1,769,173
938,294
897,250
69,317
136,098
978,857
2,242,673
1,349,389
109,764
149,543
516,820
166,839
1,889,219
1,319,393
4,725,489
639,009
743,843
63,218
30,157
481,731
1,484,884
662,585
106,608
103,810
240,093
133,343
13,310,371
244,549
1,724,085
4,034
565
3,102,331
8,218,747
1,581,337
1,641,658
Zone 6    _ _ —_	
132,535
166,255
Zone 8.....       __ 	
1,460,588
3,727,557
2,011,974
216,372
Zone 12  	
253,353
Zone 13 _ - _	
756,913
300,182
106,576
15,306,166 REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1943.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Table 3.—Comparative Statement of Bulk Plant Sales covering the Years 1939-
43, together with a graph showing the rise and decline of the various
Types of Sales, in Millions of Gallons.
Year.
Resellers.
Commercial.
1939__....   '   	
1940  _ _      	
42,975,628
45,674,964
47,700,011
43,524,234
38,360,370
12,743,957
14,277,252
16,899,584
23,198,644
31,533,726
1941.__ __ _ __	
1942	
1943	
Marine.
3,387,414
4,284,078
5,179,142
3,216,604
3,382,489
Total.
59,106,999
64,236,294
69,778,737
69,939,482
73,276,585
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Commercial.
Marine.
/939      /940      /94/      /S>42      /943 REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1943.
H 9
COAL INDUSTRY.
The number of licences issued in the coal industry during 1943 in force as at
December 31st was 527 as compared with 515 in 1942. Under the regulations of the
Board all dealers are required to make monthly returns to the Board; from these a consolidation of the retail coal-sales in the Province is made.
The following tables show the amount of coal sold at retail in the various districts
of the Province during the year ended December 31st, 1943, together with comparative
tables showing the amount of coal sold during the years 1940-43:—
Coal-sales, British Columbia, January 1st to December 31st, 1943.
Districts.
British
Columbia
Coals.
Alberta.
Coals.
U.S.A.
Coals.
Totals.
307,930%
60,172%
214,3161/2
491
14,510%
47,082
5,405
431,112
49,534
4,066
2,011%
10,665_4
4,407
63,418.4
252,233
4,55114
10,476
20,4951/2
11,8531/2
51,383%
1,129%
27,379%
17,234
23,621
312,337%
308%
1,125
10%
123,899
467,674%
5,052%
24,986%
48%
67,626
17,258%
482,495%
50,663%
31,345%
19,245%
34,286%
Totals   _    _
1,147,296%
488,182%
1,492%
1,636,970%
Coal-sales, 1940-43.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1,156,847%
87,869%
689%
1,212,669%
104,898%
905
1,195,705%
282,246%
955%
1,147,296%
Alberta coals ___      	
488,182%
1,492%
Totals _ _  -	
1,245,406%
1,318,573%
1,478,907%
1,636,970%
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1940-43.
Vancouver Island.
Class of Coals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
481,586
375
2%
413,531%
752
371,045%
3,141
307,930%
Alberta coals   __...      -
4,407
Totals for year      	
481,963%
414,283%
374,186%
312,337%
City of Victoria.
41,355%
5,589
26
47,217%
8,835%
110%
56,591%
43,247
92%
60,172%
63,418%
308%
46,970%
56,163%
99,931
123,899 H 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1940-43—Continued.
City of Vancouver.
Class of Coals.
British Columbia coals ..
Alberta coals	
United States coals  ....
Totals for year..
102,549
22,919%
553
126,021%
90,402%
31,942%
773
123,117%
1942.
120,965%
128,438
691%
250,095
District of West Vancouver.
City of North Vancouver.
City of New Westminster.
Fraser Valley.
Kootenay District.
M erritt-Princeton District.
214,316%
252,233
1,125
467,674%
819
569
4%
412
793%
209%
2,144%
	
491
4,551%
10%
1,392%
1,205%
2,354
5,052%
6,922%
1,423
46
8,082
1,469%
	
9,993%
4,765
14,510%
10,476
Totals for year  ___ - - -	
8,391%
9,551%
14,758%
24,986%
23,857%
2,014%
58
26,708%
2,802%
21%
32,446
9,601%
13%
47,082
20,495%
United States coals   ..  _ _	
48%
Totals for year       	
25,930
29,532%
42,061
67,626
Eritish Columbia coals      — 	
4,819%
3,468
5,187%
4,891
4,689
10,063
5,405.
11,853%
Totals for year _.. _ _ _ _ __   _
8,287%
10,078%
14,752
17,258%
448,279
24,544
564,175
28,008
536,747%
35,715
%
431,112
51,383%
Alberta coals __ _ _   _.—    —	
472,823
592,283
572,463
482,495%
British Columbia coals     	
Alberta coals    _   _        ■
35,019
106%
	
36,792
72
40,010%
305
49,534
1,129%
Totals for year    '   _ _	
35,125%
36,864
40,315%
50,663% REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD, 1943.
H 11
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1940-43—Continued.
Okanagan District.
Class of Coals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
2,633
6,131%
4,100%
6,724
6,833
14,872%
4,066
27,379%
8,764%
10,824%
21,705%
31,345%
Kamloops District.
2,590%
6,029%
2,151
7,056%
2,314
11,777
2,011%
17,234
Totals for year    -  _   __ 	
8,620
9,207%
14,091
19,245%
Balance of Province.
6,416%
14,700
13,909%
11,551%
13,860
18,177
157%
10,665%
23,621
21,116%
25,461
32,194%
34,286%
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Chaeles F. Baxfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1944.
455-644-9795  T
COAL
AND
PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
5o°
54
59
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