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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
*$
Eighth Annual Report
COAL and PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
Year ended 3 1 st December, 1 945
PRINTED  BY
AUTHORITY OP THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 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, 1945.
W. A. CARROTHERS,
Coal and Petroleum Control Board.
Victoria, B.C., 194.6. Annual Report of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board
for the Calendar Year ended December 31st, 1945.
During 1945 conditions in the petroleum industry, due to the termination of the
war, changed materially. From concentrating their main efforts to meet war requirements, the industry set its sales force to seeking new markets derived from the civilian
consumption of gasoline, the result being that the Board received a deluge of applications for new licences, both from the oil companies themselves and. from private
individuals. Among these applicants were a great many men who had served with
the armed forces during the war. During the year 1945 the Board received 451
applications for new licences, connected with either the sale of petroleum products or
coal, as compared with 40 applications received during the year 1944. While a number
of new licences were granted during the year, a great many applications were held in
abeyance to be dealt with at a later date in order that men returning from the armed
forces would have an opportunity to take steps to re-establish themselves in civilian life.
The sale of gasoline through service-stations, due to the removal of gasoline rationing in August, increased over that sold during the previous year by some 9,988,345
gallons.
During the war years the petroleum industry was under rigid control by the
Dominion Oil Controller. His orders not only restricted the sale of petroleum products
but also reached into the various methods of handling the same. Equipment sales by
oil companies were prohibited and terms of leases were kept under strict scrutiny, this
resulting in the removal of a lot of unfair practices previously prevalent in the industry.
Towards the close of 1945, when the oil companies had found time to readjust themselves to re-entering peace-time industry, the Board called several conferences to discuss
with them whether regulations carried on as a war measure would be beneficial to all
concerned in peace-time operations. As a result of these discussions, the Board
brought in amendments to Regulation 11 of the Board, which amendments not only
give greater clarification to certain sections already in force, but make provision for
the doing away with certain practices carried on in the industry which previously led
to unfair competition.
In the coal industry, the sales of coal in the Province dropped from 1,579,096 tons
in 1944 to 1,538,727 tons in 1945.
LICENCES.
The number of licences issued by the Board under Regulation 1, and in force on
January 1st, 1945, totalled 3,119. Of these, some 503 were in the coal industry. During the year a number of licences which were discontinued in previous years, owing to
war conditions, were renewed; 116 new operators' licences were issued in the petroleum
industry and 21 in the coal industry, following the granting of new licences under
section 6 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board Act." Various licences
were discontinued during the year, leaving in force as at December 31st, 1945, some
3,277 licences.
Summary of Licences.
Petroleum industry—
Petroleum refiners  7
Petroleum wholesalers      362
Petroleum  retailers   2,397
 2,766
3
2 K 4 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Summary of Licences—Continued.
Coal industry—
Mine operators        30
Wholesale  coal-dealers       72
Retail coal-dealers      409
 511
Total licences  3,277
The following table gives a breakdown of petroleum licences issued by the Board
during 1945 to the various oil companies and individuals in connection with the operation of retail.outlets, bulk plants, barrel agencies, or distribution points; and licences
restricted to the sale of fuel and lubricating oils:—
Wholesale. Retail.
Imperial Oil Co., Ltd  87 88
Standard Oil Co. of B.C., Ltd  30 55
Shell Oil Co., Ltd  44 53
Union Oil Co., Ltd  59 59
Home Oil Distributors Co., Ltd  41 48
British American Oil Co., Ltd  17 17
McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd  3 3
B.C. Fuel Co., Ltd  5 2
Signal Oil Co., Ltd  1
Total oil company licences  287 325
Others     31 1,921
Restricted, fuel-oil, lubricants, or naptha gasoline     44 151
Total licences  362 2,397
Gasoline outlets serving the public are made up as follows:—
Garages and service-stations  1,388
Pumps only  (no service)  410
Marine outlets  123
Total  1,921
Note.—In addition to the 1,921 licences shown above, the 325 retail licences issued
to the various oil company distribution plants supply gasoline to commercial and
industrial accounts.
New Licences.
In granting new licences under section 6 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products
Control Board Act" careful consideration has been given to public convenience and
necessity. Dominion orders governing the opening of new gasoline outlets were
relaxed in July, 1945, followed later by the removal of gas rationing, with a result that
the Board was immediately flooded with applications to open new service-stations in
all parts of the Province. Among these applications were many from persons who had
been serving with the armed forces during the war. Such applications received due
consideration, the Board taking steps to ascertain if the applicants would have a reasonable opportunity to re-establish themselves in civilian life.
During the year the Board received 421 applications for new licences in the petroleum industry and 30 applications for new licences in the coal industry, resulting in
156 new licences being granted in connection with the sales of petroleum products and
24 new licences for the sale of coal. REPORT OP COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD
K 5
A total of 315 new operators took over existing businesses in the petroleum industry and 14 in the coal industry; 86 retail gasoline outlets, closed due to war conditions,
were reopened.
The following summary gives a breakdown of applications received and licences
granted during the year:—
Petroleum Industry.
Class.
Applications
received.
Licences
granted.
Not granted or
being held in
Abeyance at
December 31st.
Petroleum retailers
344
14
9
25
93
6
8
23
251
8
1
2
Totals	
392
130
262
Petroleum wholesalers—
25
2
2
23
1
2
2
1
Totals            	
29
26
Total applications received during 1945, petroleum industry  421
Total licences granted during 1945, petroleum industry  156
New licences granted to ex-service men during 1945     45
The following licences were granted prior to the lifting of the Dominion restrictions, July 1st, 1945, and were approved by the Dominion Oil Controller and are
included above:—
Petroleum retailers	
Petroleum retailers   (restricted)	
Petroleum retailers (bulk plants)	
Petroleum wholesalers  (bulk plants)
4
2
2
2
Total  10
N.B.—It is to be noted that the bulk of the applications listed above were dealt
with by the Board between July 1st and December 31st, 1945.
New operators taking over existing businesses in the petroleum industry are as
follows:—
January 1st to June 30th  172
July 1st to December 31st  (after Dominion restrictions
removed)  143
Reopening of closed outlets, July 1st to December 31st_    86   (veterans, 22)
Total  401
Coal Industry.
Class.
Applications
received.
Licences
granted.
Not granted or
being held in
Abeyance at
December 31st.
27
1
2
2>1
1
2
30
24
Taking over existing businesses in the coal industry, 14. K 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GASOLINE SALES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In 1945 the total sales of gasoline in the Province, as reported by the various oil
companies, increased by 9,443,296 gallons over 1944, this increase being as follows:
Sales through retail service outlets, 9,988,345 gallons; marine outlets, 28,758 gallons.
Commercial sales decreased by 833,807 gallons. Commercial sales are sales made direct
by a wholesaler to industrial, commercial users, and to farmers.
The following tables give a breakdown of the sales of gasoline made through the
various bulk plants operating in the Province:—
Table 1.—A Summary of Sales for 1945, 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 1945.
Table 3.—Comparative  Statement of Bulk Plant Sales covering the Years
1939-45, 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 1945, by Districts and Zones.
Area.
Resellers.
Commercial.
Marine.
Total.
5,810,668
27,038,916
17,514,821
2,111,265
7,749,354
12,881,193
151,447
1,116,248
3,054,577
8,073,380
35,904,518
33,450,591
Totals                    	
50,364,405
22,741,812
4,322,272
77,428,489
2,044,193
1,987,674
1,379,733
1,310,016
149,069
202,437
1,399,519
3,407,079
1,575,731
131,909
235,332
694,842
209,114
2,788,173
1,401,960
3,500,854
781,899
852,148
169,199
28,968
600,893
1,925,087
780,226
128,805
159,303
335,774
110,096
2,106,881
209,537
2,717,419
133
3,655,690
8,205,947
2,161,765
2,162,164
Zone 6	
Zone 7	
240
318,508
231,405
Zone 8	
Zone 9	
1,469
2,001,881
5,332,166
Zone 10	
1,244
225
2,357,201
260,939
394,635
1,030,616
319,210
Zone 11	
Zone 12	
Zone 13 _	
Zone 14	
124,310
5,019,364 REPORT OP COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD
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Table 3.—Comparative Statement of Bulk Plant Sales covering the Years
1939-45, together with a Graph showing the Rise and Decline of the
Various Types of Sales, in Millions of Gallons.
Year.
Resellers.
Commercial.
Marine.
Total.
1939	
42,975,628
45,674,964
47,700,011
43,524,234
38,360,370
40,376,060
50,364,405
12,743,957
14,277,252
16,899,584
23,198,644
31,533,726
23,575,619
22,741,812
3,387,414
4,284,078
5,179,142
3,216,604
3,382,489
4,033,514
4,322,272
59,106,999
64,236,294
69,778,737
69,939,482
73,276,585
67,985,193
77,428,489
1940	
1941	
1942            	
1943	
1944	
1945            .    ..
Millions of
Gallons.
so
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
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1939
1940
194-1
194-2.
1943
1944
1945
Total sold.
Resellers
(Service-stations).
Commercial. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD
K 9
COAL INDUSTRY.
The number of licences issued in the coal industry during 1945 in force as at
December 31st was 511 as compared with 503 in 1944. 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, 1945, together with comparative
tables showing the amount of coal sold during the years 1940-45:—
Coal-sales, British Columbia, January 1st to December 31st, 1945.
Districts.
British
Columbia
Coals.
Alberta
Coals.
U.S.A.
Coals.
Vancouver Island -	
City of Victoria	
City of Vancouver	
District of West Vancouver.
City of North Vancouver	
City of New Westminster....
Fraser Valley	
Kootenay District	
Merritt-Princeton District...
Okanagan District	
Kamloops District	
Balance of Province	
Totals	
260,980
54,078
112,320
26
6,249
31,669
4,459
450,382
4,667
2,164
1,277
12,159
940,430
4,757
73,611
320,379
3,729
11,774
28,470
26,668
47,784
219
32,274
18,291
23,887
591,843
1,631
1,190
1,262
15
2,313
6,454
267,368
128,879
433,961
3,755
18,023
60,154
33,440
498,166
4,886
34,481
19,568
36,046
1,538,727
Coal-sales, 1940-45.
Class of Coals.
1940.
1941.
1942,
1943.
1944.
1945.
British Columbia coals	
Alberta coals	
United States coals	
1,156,8471/2
87,8691/2
6891/2
1,212,669%
104,898%
905
1,195,7051/2
282,246y2
9551/2
1,147,2961/2
488,182%
1,4921/.
1,123,8051,4
454,193
1,09814
940,430
591,843
6,454
Totals	
1,245,4061/2
1,318,5731/.
1,478,9071/2
1,636,970%
1,579,0961/2
1,538,727
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1940-45.
Vancouver Island.
Class of Coals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
British Columbia coals	
481,586
375
2%
413,531%
752
371,0451/2
3,141
307,9301/2
4,407
321,8361/.
4,514
260,980
4,757
1,631
Totals	
481,9631/2
414,283%
374,1861/2
312,3371/2
326,3501/.
267,368
City of Victoria.
41,3551/2
5,589
26
47,2171/2
8,83514
HOi/2
56,5911/2
43,247
921/2
60,172%
63,418%
3081/2
56,254
55,590
54,078
73,611
1,190
Alberta coals	
Totals	
46,9701/.
56,163%
99,931
123,899
111,844
128,879 K 10
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1940-45—Continued.
City of Vancouver.
Class of Coals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
British Columbia coals	
102,549
22,9191/2
553
90,402%
31,9421/2
773
120,9651/2
128,438
6911/2
214,316y2
252,233
1,125
140,698%
239,9541/2
1,091%
112,320
320,379
1,262
126,0211/.
123,117%
250,095
467,6741/2
381,7441/2
433,961
District of West Vancouver.
British Columbia coals	
819
569
41/2
412
793%
209%
2,1441/a
491
4,551%
IOI/2
50%
3,549%
26
3,729
Totals	
1,3921/.
1,205%
2,354
5,052%
3,6001/2
3,755
City of North Vancouver.
British Columbia coals	
6,9221/2
1,423
46
8,082
1,469%
9,9931/2
4,765
I
14,5101/2   |
10,476
1
6,218
7,458i/2  1
6,249
11,774
Totals	
8,3911/2
9,551%
14,7581/,
24,9861/.   |
1
13,676i/2   |
1
18,023
City of New Westminster.
British Columbia coals	
Alberta coals	
23,857y2
2,0141/2
58
26,708i/2
2,802%
211/2
32,446
9,601%
131/2
47,082
20,4951/2
481/2
34,6361/2
16,9561/2
7
31,669
28,470
15
Totals	
25,930
29,532%
42,061
67,626
51,600
60 154
Fraser Valley.
4,8191/2
3,468
5,187%
4,891
4,689
10,063
5,405
11,8531/2
5,080
17,098%
4,459
26,668
2,313
Totals	
8,2871/2
10,078%
14,752
17,258%
22,178%
33 440
Kootenay District.
448,279
24,544
564,175
28,008
536,7471/2
35,715
%
1
431,112
51,383%   1
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48,956%
450,382
47,784
Totals	
472,823
592,283
572,463
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498,166
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35,019
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36,792
72
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305
49,534
1,1291/2
24,654%
2,961
4,667
Totals	
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36,864
40,3151/2
50,663y2
27,615%
4,886
Okanagan District.
2,633
6,1311/2
4,100%
6,724
6,833
14,8721/2
4,066
27,379%
2,151%
25,684
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32,274
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10,8241/2
21,7051/2
31,3451/2
27,835%
34,481 REPORT OP COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD
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Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1940-45—Continued.
Kamloops District.
Class of Coals.
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
2,5901/2
6,029%
2,151
7,056%
2,314
11,777
2,011%
17,234
1,499
14,131%
1,277
18,291
Totals	
8,620
9,207%
14,091
19,245%
15,630%
19,568
Balance of Province.
6.416 V,
13.9091/
13,860
18,177
157%
10,665%
23,621
11,310%
17,338%
12,159
Alberta coals	
14,700               11,551%
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23,887
Totals	
21,116%
25,461
32,194%
34,286%
28,648%
36,046
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