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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Public Works
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1945-46
PRINTED  BY
ADTHORITY  OF  THE  LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Don McDiarjiid, Printer to tbe King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1947.  To His Honour Charles Arthur Banks,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of the Department of
Public Works for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1946, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
ERNEST C. CARSON,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of the Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 1st, 1946.
Hon. E. C. Carson,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
SIR,—I have the honour to submit the following report on the work and activities
of the Department of Public Works for the fiscal year 1945-46.
GENERAL OUTLINE OF WORK.
At the commencement of the fiscal year the war in Europe had reached a crucial
stage, but its end was still in doubt. It was generally assumed, however, that the war,
in the Pacific at least, would probably extend well into 1946. Under the circumstances
it was decided that it would not be in the national interest to overexpand our activities,
and plans were made to limit our programme to the most necessary and essential work,
including the maintenance of existing highways and the construction or reconstruction
only of such sections as were seriously restricting the flow of essential traffic.
The sudden end of the war in Europe, followed shortly by the capitulation of Japan,
completely changed the situation. Fortunately your Department had already prepared
a comprehensive post-war programme and had completed extensive surveys for new
construction and reconstruction of highways, bridges, and ferries. Immediate steps
were taken to put this programme into operation. This proved to be somewhat difficult
to do as conditions were very unsettled and the future trend of events hard to predict.
Instead of labour, materials, and machines becoming less difficult to obtain, the reverse
proved to be the case. Shortages in almost everything required for construction and
maintenance continued and, in addition, traffic increased in volume all over the Province.
In spite of disturbed conditions your Department was able to maintain public
works in good serviceable condition and also to undertake several important projects.
Fortunately, the Province was unusually free from floods, the one exception being
the streams tributary to the Skeena River. In that district considerable damage was
done to roads and bridges, particularly from Hazelton westward. River-control works
previously carried out functioned to reduce flood damage, especially on the Lillooet and
Squamish Rivers in the Lillooet District, Sawmill and Mission Creeks in the Okanagan,
and the Fraser River in the Chilliwack District.
Snow conditions throughout the Province were perhaps the worst seen in many
years. As traffic had largely increased during war years and the demands for open
roads at all times were more insistent, it became necessary to expend an unusually large
sum in snow-removal. All main roads were kept open, except the Big Bend section of
the Trans-Canada Highway and the Cascade-Rossland section of the Southern Trans-
Provincial. For the whole Province 9,800 miles of road were kept open, involving a
total of 196,000 snow-plough miles, costing an average of $40.31 per mile. Comparing
this with the previous year, it is found that in that year 6,900 miles were ploughed out
at an average cost of $25.50 per mile, which expresses in dollars and cents the severity
of the winter season in the fiscal year under report. In passing, I think it should be
stated that our field staff should be commended for the work they did under extraordinary difficulties, especially when it is considered that their equipment was old and
inadequate and new equipment not available. Q 6 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION.
In accordance with the policy and programme laid down, it was decided to gradually
put under construction a few major projects, two of which will be of great benefit to the
Province. The longest and largest contract was for the construction of a highway
connecting the Peace River District with the rest of the Province and extending from
Prince George to Dawson Creek, connecting with the Alaska Highway at that point.
The following sections were under contract at the end of the fiscal year, namely: Prince
George to Summit Lake, 31 miles; Summit Lake to Commotion Creek, 151 miles; and
East Pine to Progress, 28 miles.    By the end of the year this project was well in hand.
The second largest project is the section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
from Hope to Princeton, 81 miles, and was entirely put under contract before the end of
the fiscal year. This highway project, together with reconstruction from Princeton to
Kaleden already planned, will connect the Coast District directly with the Okanagan and
form a very important link in the highway system serving the more thickly settled and
highly developed Southern Interior. The work involved is very heavy and costly as
compared to most highway-construction. It it being built to a relatively high standard
throughout. At the end of the fiscal year the work was being organized and put in hand
as promptly as could be expected.
In addition to the two projects referred to above, a number of moderate-sized
undertakings were commenced. On Vancouver Island the following reconstruction
projects were started: Shawnigan-Mill Bay Road, Ladysmith to Diamond Crossing,
and a revision of the highway at Rosewall Creek. Two sections of the Trans-Canada
Highway were put under contract, namely: Ashcroft Manor to Cache Creek and a short
section at Chase. On the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, in addition to the Hope-
Princeton section, work was commenced on a section from Creston to Arrow Creek,
and from Grays Creek to Kootenay Bay, to provide an adequate approach to the new
Kootenay Lake Ferry landing at that point. A complete revision of the Okanagan
Highway was undertaken from Peachland to Westbank, usually referred to as the
Drought Hill section. A contract was let to reconstruct the Cariboo Road from Miles
83 to 94. In the lower Fraser Valley the Lougheed Highway between Westminster
Junction and Pitt River Bridge and the construction of the Huntingdon-Mission Highway were commenced.
All things considered, progress on construction and reconstruction has been as good
as could be expected.    It was hoped that conditions would improve, but there were a
good many difficulties beyond the control of any one, resulting in rather aggravating
delavs.
MAINTENANCE.
Fairly satisfactory maintenance of roads, bridges, and ferries was carried out.
First attention of course, has been given to our main roads, but industrial and market
roads were not neglected. Minor improvements were carried out where serious hazards
to traffic existed.    Centre lining on arterial highways was largely extended.
FERRIES.
A new ferry was designed and put under construction for Kootenay Lake to replace
the " Nasookin." This is a thoroughly modern ship, with a capacity for forty vehicles,
and will operate between new docks under construction at Balfour and Kootenay Bay.
BRIDGES.
The extreme shortage of timber and steel for the reconstruction and maintenance
of bridges made it difficult to maintain these structures adequately. Extensive reinforcements and repairs had to be applied to many structures that should have been REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER.
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renewed. I am pleased to be able to report that no really serious accidents have
occurred, but it is my duty to say that a very large programme of bridge-renewals is
now imperative.
EQUIPMENT.
It has been considered essential that as soon as equipment is made available very
large purchases of more efficient machines be made and, furthermore, that our mechanical department be provided with better means to repair and service these machines. To
this end a start has been made on the construction of bigger and more completely
equipped machine-shops and garages. New shops have been erected at Langford, Williams Lake, and Courtenay. These are thoroughly modern in every respect. As and
when new machines are available, we hope to be able to improve our system of maintenance greatly.
CRUSHING PLANTS.
Important additions have been made to our crushing plants to supply materials
for base and pavement construction. Two of the larger machines were put in operation, with very satisfactory results both in the matter of quality of product and unit
costs. It is hoped to largely expand the production of these materials so very necessary
for our work.
SURFACING.
A total of 311 miles of new surfacing and resurfacing of Provincial Highways was
completed during the year. Details of the various highways upon which this work was
carried out and the mileages involved are shown in the report of the Surfacing Engineer
embodied in this report.
WORK PERFORMED ON HIGHWAYS.
The following is a summary of highway construction, reconstruction, etc., performed during the year:—
Class of Highway-work.
Trunk and
Main
Highways.
Other Roads.
Total. •
Miles.
Miles.
54.36
186.73
Miles.
54.36
80.40
78.32
240.23
267.13
78.32
240.23
ROAD MILEAGE.
Elsewhere in this report will be found a statement of the mileage and type of construction of Provincial highways. A total of 22,027 miles shows an increase of 145
miles over the previous year. This increase is not necessarily all due to new construction. District officials periodically revise their road registers, and adjustments are
necessary from time to time. It will be noted that the Provincial highway system
includes 515 miles of municipal highways classified as arterial, primary, or secondary.
The total mileage may be summarized as follows:—
Trunk and main highways      7,199.64
Local roads      5,684.01
Settlement, industrial, and mining roads     9,142.93
Total
22,026.58 In addition, there are 10,217 miles of trails on the registers, of which 6,135 are
classed as mining-trails.
BRIDGES.
This subject is fully covered in the report of the Bridge Engineer and in the district
reports; a tabulation is attached showing the major work carried out in bridge construction and reconstruction.
PATTULLO BRIDGE.
There was a considerable increase over the previous year in the number of vehicles
crossing this bridge, with a corresponding increase in revenue. Traffic amounted to
2,716,420 vehicles and the revenue collected was $378,706.60.
FERRIES.
A tabulation is attached showing the traffic carried by all the more important
ferries.    The following comparison is of interest, showing trend in traffic:—
Records of Traffic for Five Important Ferries.
Total Number of Vehicles carried.
1942-43.
1943-44.
1944-45.
1945-46.
136,099
52,599
91,720
28,316
92,561
132,399
52,343
78,407
30,010
82,529
128,723
55,955
86,973
38,094
97,519
137,333
85,918
110,198
44,629
116,486
401.295          i          375.688
407,264
494,564
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
The report of the Mechanical Superintendent is attached, which gives a list of the
plant and machinery owned and operated by this Department during the fiscal year.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS   (PART III., "HIGHWAY ACT").
Attached is a statement showing all municipal highways, classified as arterial,
primary, and secondary respectively, under Part III. of the " Highway Act." The
totals as at March 31st, 1946, were as follows:— Miles.
Classified as arterial   337.35
Classified as primary     54.76
Classified as secondary  ,  122.89
Total   515.00
Such changes in classified highways as were made were duly reported in the British
Columbia Gazette, as required by the Statutes.
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
The report of the Chief Architect, attached hereto, outlines the activities of the
Architectural Branch of the Department.
MISCELLANEOUS.
There was a marked increase in the number of subdivision plans submitted for
approval and also in the number of permits issued for construction and maintenance of
works within the limits of the public highway right-of-way.
Correspondence comprised 47,229 inward and outward letters. CONCLUSION.
In spite of extraordinary difficulties quite a satisfactory year's work has been
accomplished. The important thing is that the planning of a largely expanded highway
programme has been advanced to the point where we are well prepared to undertake
projects of a very considerable size and to build to a standard higher than has been
previously attempted.
I may say, however, that conditions are far from settled, and difficulties in construction are increasing instead of diminishing as we had hoped.
I wish again to record the efficiency, dependability, and loyalty of the staff under
abnormally difficult conditions.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. DIXON,
Deputy Minister.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
The following works of capital nature have been planned and carried out, and some
are still in the course of construction.    Various works have been done for other departments and outside interests.
Essondale:—
One-hundred-bed Homes for the Aged—Unit No. 1 nearing completion
and Unit No. 2 commenced.
Addition to Occupational Building completed.
Admission Unit construction commenced, also work on roads and driveways.
New Westminster:   Additions and remodelling completed.
Tranquille:   Plans prepared for Nurses' Home, Library, Doctors' Residences,
and Staff Cottages.
Kamloops:   Addition to Land Registry Office commenced.
Vancouver:   Preliminary plans for new T.B. Unit—site being prepared.
Victoria:—
Seventy-five-bed Maternity Wing at Jubilee Hospital nearing completion.
New Admission Unit completed.
St. Joseph's Hospital—large addition, drawings near completion.
Ladysmith:   New Boys' Industrial School—plans being completed.
Courtenay:   Public Works Garage and Office Building.
Prince George:  New Public Library—plans completed, contract let.
Plans and specifications have been prepared for various new buildings such as
Police buildings at Red Pass, Ashcroft, Spences Bridge, and Sooke.    The Campbell
River Lockup and Police building at the University Subdivision are near completion.
Plans are also being prepared for a new Government building at Penticton, a Land
Registry addition at New Westminster, and Government buildings at Burns Lake.
SCHOOLS.
A large number of school plans by outside architects have been checked over and
approved, as required by the Education Department.
HOSPITALS.
Working drawings for a large addition to the St. Joseph's Hospital, Victoria, are
now near completion. Q 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
From time to time this Branch checks over plans by outside architects for new
hospitals and additions to old ones and reports thereon to the Provincial Secretary. In
addition, sketch-plans are provided and schemes discussed with various Hospital Boards
when requested. REPAIRS.
The numerous Government buildings throughout the Province are maintained and
kept in good condition externally and internally and necessary alterations made. The
Parliament Buildings, Government House, Victoria Court-house, Vancouver Courthouse, Saanich Mental Home, Essondale Institution and farms, Marpole Home for
Incurables, Vancouver Normal School, Tranquille Sanatorium, New Westminster
Mental Homes, and Oakalla Prison were the most important.
Towards the end of this year Mr. L. W. Hargreaves, the Chief Assistant, retired
after twenty-five years of very efficient service. T_  T
H. Whittaker,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER.
During the fiscal year 1945-46 we were able to make a start on the construction of
some permanent bridges which, it is confidently expected, will prove to be definite assets
to the Province and of material benefit to the travelling public.
Amongst these were Carbon Creek Bridge on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway in Fernie District, Salmon River Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway at Salmon
Arm, Haslam Creek Bridge on the Island Highway near Cassidy, and the Pine River
Bridge on the Peace River Highway at East Pine. The first two bridges are under
construction by the Department's own forces, while the latter two are being carried out
by contract.
All these bridges are of steel and concrete construction, the most notable one being
the East Pine Bridge, which consists of a continuous steel-truss span 700 feet long,
supported by two concrete piers extending 90 feet in height above the bed of the river,
flanked by two smaller piers situated on the high sloping banks of the river, followed
by a concrete abutment at each end of the bridge. The bridge is a link in the Peace
River Highway, now under construction, and will replace the present reaction ferry at
East Pine.
Arbutus Creek and Rough Creek Bridges on the Island Highway were eliminated
by the construction of concrete-pipe culverts and fills on revised locations. The revision
at Arbutus Creek was carried out by the Department's forces and required the construction of a massive retaining-wall. The road as reconstructed at this point is only
in an intermediate stage at present, but the culvert and wall were designed for the
ultimate scheme for the revision of the highway along this section.
The steelwork in Taghum Bridge (330 tons) and Courtenay Bridge (158 tons)
was cleaned and painted.
A considerable amount of work was also carried out during the year in replacements and general repairs to the numerous timber bridges in the Province, details of
the principal works of this nature being given elsewhere in this report.
The termination of the war permitted the return to Departmental duty of members
of the staff who had been on active service, and it also made possible the enlargement of
the staff in the designing-office in anticipation of the extensive programme of bridge-
construction to be handled next year.
A great deal of credit is due to the field staff for the way in which work was carried
out through a year made difficult by the continued shortage of labour and materials.
G. M. Duncan,
Bridge Engineer. REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT. Q 11
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.
During the fiscal year 1945-46 every district in the Province was visited and the
equipment and machinery operated by the Department inspected. Detailed reports
covering every unit in the Province have been submitted and are on file. The difficulties
experienced during the war years of replacing equipment and in many cases of being
able to procure parts or material for repairs have not in any way improved, but have
rather become worse, thus making it increasingly difficult to keep the equipment and
machinery in good working order. The high standard of work undertaken in our garages has been maintained. I am glad to report that many of our mechanics who were
in the armed forces overseas are now beginning to report back for duty.
The practice of sending units from outside districts to the Public Works Garage
at Cloverdale for overhaul has been continued with good results, and a larger number
and more varied types of units have been dealt with.
NEW EQUIPMENT.
Purchases of new equipment amounting to approximately $198,000 were made
during the year. The equipment purchased included trucks, power-graders, tractors,
bulldozers, compressors, tar-kettles, automobiles, shovels, snow-removal equipment, and
a considerable quantity of garage equipment and tools.
REPAIR-SHOPS AND EQUIPMENT-SHEDS.
The building of a new repair-shop at Courtenay was continued. Ground was
purchased and cleared at Princeton ready to begin work on a shop there. Equipment-
sheds were built at Langford, Princeton, and McBride.
FERRIES.
All ferries owned and operated by the Department, including those chartered, were
inspected and detailed reports submitted, those coming under the " Canada Shipping
Act" being repaired and replacements made to comply with the Act.
A contract for a new steel ferry to replace the S.S. " Nasookin " on the Kootenay
Lake run was let to the Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Limited, of Vancouver, for
the sum of $298,500. A contract for new Diesel engines for this ferry has also been
let to Vivian Engine Works, Vancouver, for the sum of $88,025.34, making a total of
$386,525.34 for the ferry.    The work on these has proceeded very satisfactorily.
Tenders were also called for the construction of a steel barge to replace the present
Castlegar Ferry, and a contract was let to Yarrows, Limited, of Victoria, for the sum
of $26,850.    The work on this has also proceeded very satisfactorily.
The following is a list of ferries inspected and detailed reports submitted:—
Power-ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank. Agassiz-Rosedale.
Francois Lake. Castlegar.
Twelve Mile. Nelson.
Twenty-four Mile. Creston.
Sorrento-Scotch Creek. Arrow Park.
Nick's Island. Clayhurst.
Harrop-Longbeach. Kootenay Lake.
Ladner-Woodward. Needles-Fauquier. Q 12
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Alexandria.
Soda Creek.
Gravel.
Isle Pierre.
Miworth.
Hansard.
Croydon.
Vavenby.
Black Pool.
Cable-ferries.
Mount Olie.
McLure.
Vinsulla.
Monte Creek.
High Bar.
Big Bar.
Lytton.
Slocan Park.
Cedarvale.
ROCK-CRUSHERS.
Copper City.
Hazelton.
Kalum River.
Kitwanga.
Remo.
Usk.
Sicamous.
East Pine.
Hudson Hope.
The system of setting up rock-crushing plants in various districts to crush rock for
road-building, repairs, and surfacing was continued with success, and it is intended to
set up more of these crushing plants as soon as they can be procured.
J. W. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent.
REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER.
During the year work done included the mileages of new surfacing and resurfacing
shown in the table below.
BITUMINOUS SURFACING,
1945-46
Mileage and Class
jp Work carried out.
Name of Highway.
New Surface.
Improvement or Renewal
of Existing Surface.
Total.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
5.42             14.85
1.05
6.98
0.38
0.50
60.79
15.84
82 49
0.71
0.60
Kootenay-Columbia Highway	
2.74
7.74
0.36
3.68
14.80
1.33
Canadian Highway	
0.73
11.25
14.28
105.89
Other roads	
7.85
23.13
0.30
9.49
157.91
Totals	
15.31
38.58
0.30
28.00
13.22
215.28
310.69
The principal item of new surfacing constructed during the year was the 5.0 miles
of mulch on the Trans-Canada Highway, Cambie-Malaqua section, in the Revelstoke
District.
The total mileage resurfaced was 256.5. This included 28 miles of mulch work,
replacing old double spray-coat surface.
The total bitumen used during the year was 1,769,536 gallons. Of the total gallon-
age of bitumen purchased, slightly over 14 per cent, was used by the several districts
for maintenance—which was well attended to during the year.
W. P. Beavan,
Surfacing Engineer. REPORT OP THE LOCATING ENGINEER. Q 13
REPORT OF THE LOCATING ENGINEER.
A total of ten location parties were put in the field during the fiscal year 1945-46,
and a total of 530 miles of line was run, comprising 302 miles of preliminary and 228
miles of final location. This covered seventeen separate surveys for which plans and
estimates were completed ready to call for tenders and eleven on which only preliminary
lines were run. The total cost of this work amounted to $224,156, made up of $14,687
for the purchase of right-of-way, $23,534 for equipment and instrument repairs, and
$11,215 for office and supervision. Two hundred and fifty-two men were given full
or partial employment during this period.
In addition to the above, two British Columbia Land Surveyors were kept continuously employed tying in and monumenting approved surveys and preparing plans for
the purchase of right-of-way.
The longest continuous survey made was between Hope and Princeton, a distance
of 83 miles. Five parties were used on this survey, and work commenced in April,
1945, with two parties working from both ends. As the snow melted in the higher
elevations, three additional parties were put in the field. All field-work was completed
by the end of July, and all available men were moved to Kamloops to prepare plans and
estimates. Bids were called for this work early in September, and the contract was let
for the construction on October 5th.
During the fiscal year bids were called for on fifteen surveys that were ready, and
work is now proceeding or is already completed.
In addition to carrying out surveys, the Location Branch supplied Resident Engineers and personnel to staff the various construction projects, and the construction of
the Hope-Princeton project has been placed directly under the Location Branch. To
March 31st, accounts totalling $148,477 in connection with this project have passed
through the office.
Considerable difficulty has been experienced in finding suitable men, but with the
return to civilian life of men from the forces more men are gradually becoming available. Another bottleneck has been the shortage of surveying equipment, and the
Government has been fortunate in being able to purchase nineteen new transits and
twelve levels at a cost of $10,550.
All instruments and equipment have been inspected and repairs made when necessary. Some changes were made to our warehouse to provide more space, and the
basement has been fitted for storage of field-books and plans.
H. L. HAYNE,
Location Engineer.
DISTRICT REPORTS.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1   (VANCOUVER ISLAND
AND THE ISLANDS).
(District Engineer, 0. W. Smith.)
Alberni Electoral District.
Road-construction.—No major work was done in this district. Many obsolete
timber culverts were replaced by concrete-pipe culverts, and drainage and gravelling
were carried out on the more important roads, including the Great Central Lake and
Beaver Creek Roads. Q 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Bridges.—No new bridges were constructed. Kitsucksus Bridge No. 93 on the
Beaver Creek Road and River Bend Bridge No. 95 on the Sproat Lake Road were
completely redecked, and many minor bridges were repaired. On the Ucluelet-Tofino
Highway the project of replacing twenty-one small bridges by embankments and culverts was 60 per cent, completed, and full completion is to be made in 1946.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total length of over 11 miles was treated, consisting of
3% miles double spray on new gravel on the Beaver Creek Road and 1% miles of single
respray; on the Great Central Lake Road, 4 miles of double spray and 21/4 miles of
single spray.
Snow-removal.—Intermittent snowfalls required removal on the Canadian Highway between Cathedral Grove and Alberni.
The increased traffic in this district due to the industrial development at Port
Alberni, and the greatly intensified logging and milling operations, necessitated extending the maintenance operations of our men and equipment to the utmost limit of
their capacity.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Road-construction.—On the Island Highway the section within the Ladysmith
municipal boundaries (63R) and the section north of Ladysmith were reconstructed
by Departmental men and equipment, a total length of IV2 miles. The whole section
was reconstructed to standard width on improved gradients and alignment, and finished
with an application of asphaltic mulch.
On the same highway a section over 1 mile in length at Oyster Bay was given the
same treatment. This is known as the Oyster Bay Diversion, Mile 61.4 to Mile 62.5,
and was done entirely by contract work.
A diversion was commenced on the same highway at Haslam Creek (Mile 64.5) to
improve alignment and to connect with a new bridge-site. This was done by Departmental forces and is now 25 per cent, completed.
A gravel-crushing plant was operated at Cassidy Pit, and a stock-pile of 43,500
cubic yards was made for use in the Nanaimo and Cedar Districts.
Bridges.—Preparatory work for the new bridge at Haslam Creek on the Island
Highway between Ladysmith and Nanaimo was commenced by our forces. This bridge
will be of the bowstring arch type, consisting of a tied steel arch on concrete abutments.
This type is eminently well suited for the location at Haslam Creek, both from utilitarian and architectural points of view, as it will easily carry the required loading and
will enhance the scenic environment.
On the Tzuhalem Road the Pimbury Bridge No. 110, crossing the Cowichan River,
was renewed by the construction of 60-foot timber King truss with two piled trestle
approaches, each 120 feet in length.
Roberts Bridge No. 157 on the Cowichan Lake Road was replaced by culvert and
embankment. Eight minor bridges, with a total length of 1,077 feet, were completely
redecked.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The following work was carried on by contract:—
New double asphaltic spray-coat— Miles.
South Shore Road     6.70
Cowichan Lake Road (primary)      1.24
Extension Road      1.80
Total   9.74 0W£
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Trans-Canada Highway near Matsqui, looking East.  DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 15
Single asphaltic spray-coat— Miles.
North Shore Road  6.40
Cedar Road  9.10
Tzuhalem Road  1.20
Extension Road   0.50
Cowichan Lake Road (primary)   1.10
Total   18.30
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was almost negligible, although a certain amount of
ice-control by sanding was found necessary.
Esquimalt Electoral District.
Road-construction.—The most important work of this nature was done by contract
on the Island Highway, the greater part being Mile 19 to Mile 20 from Victoria Post-
office. The length constructed was 1V3 miles, resulting in the replacement of a very
poor section of this important highway by a properly standardized section with good
visibility, width, and surface.
By contract also, a section of the West Shawnigan Lake Road was constructed
over a length of nearly 2 miles, providing much needed access to the lake-shore lands
where development is spreading rapidly.
An appreciable quantity of work was carried on by day-labour on some of the more
important local roads, including reconstruction and major repairs covering, amongst
others, 4 miles on Happy Valley Road, 1 mile on Bamberton Road, and x/2 mile on
Helmcken Road. This work embraced drainage, reformation of road-bed, and the
application of gravel surfacing preparatory to bituminous surfacing.
On the Island Highway at Arbutus Creek, 13 miles from Victoria Post-office, the
obsolete wooden bridge was removed, a concrete culvert installed, concrete retaining-
wall constructed, and a gravel embankment constructed, supporting a road-bed of
standard width.
Bridges.—No major bridges were constructed, and efforts were concentrated on
the replacement of smaller bridges by permanent culverts and embankments, and a
number of the longer bridges received new floor systems where substructures were
sufficiently sound.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Good progress was made in this work, and a considerable
advance was made in the progressive programme being followed. The greater part of
this work was carried out by contract, and a lesser part on shorter sections of road
was done by Departmental men and equipment. Two and one-quarter miles of new
asphaltic mulch and 11% miles of spray-coat were laid on the more important highways.
Ferries.—The Brentwood-Mill Bay Ferry operated successfully under charter to
new owners, and a considerable increase in volume of traffic was observed.
Snow-removal.—Intermittent snowfalls on the Malahat section of the Island Highway were removed, and a considerable amount of ice-control by sanding was found
necessary to ensure safe driving.
Langford Garage.—Repairs and overhaul of major equipment units were successfully carried out for all Vancouver Island districts, although delays occurred owing to
difficulty in obtaining essential parts.
Comox Electoral District.
Road-construction.—The Rosewall section of the Island Highway, Mile 120.6 to
Mile 122, was constructed on revised alignment and greatly improved gradients, thus
replacing a hazardous curve on a bad grade by a section of standardized highway, completed with a bituminous mulch surface. Q 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
In addition, 2 miles on either side of the above revision were widened and regraded.
The Brewster Lake Road was extended to Camp No. 5 on Brewster Lake.
A considerable quantity of drainage and regravelling was carried on, to the improvement of the Island Highway and the more important local roads.
Bridges.—The Sacht Crossing Bridge No. 150 over the Salmon River on the Sayward Road was reconstructed. This was an important operation, consisting of the
construction of two 160-foot Howe-truss spans and 1,000 feet of approach trestle.
Minor repairs were made in this district to very numerous timber bridges.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Following out the progressive programme, a total length
of almost 4% miles of new asphaltic mulch surfacing was laid on major highways, and
about 14 miles of existing asphaltic surfacing were resprayed and a non-skid surface
secured.
Ferries.—The Denman Island Ferry operated successfully throughout the year.
Miscellaneous.—A modern garage building, up to date in every particular, was
constructed at Courtenay to replace the obsolete structure in use on the Island Highway in Courtenay. This building was erected by contract and is now giving excellent
service.
A new office building adjacent to the new garage was also commenced and should
be ready for occupancy in 1946.
It is worthy of note that in this district three areas became incorporated as villages during the year.    These were Parksville, Comox, and Alert Bay.
Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District.
Road-construction.—No projects of a major character were undertaken during the
year, although several necessary minor betterments were completed by Departmental
forces, including the elimination of obsolete small timber bridges and timber culverts
and their replacement by enbankments and concrete culverts, most of the latter being
made by Departmental men and equipment.
A great deal of gravelling and drainage work was carried out on the more important local roads on the main island and the adjacent islands in the district.
Bridges.—Cook's Bridge No. 2 on Bruce Avenue, in the vicinity of Nanaimo, was
replaced by a new structure, and major repairs completed on eight other bridges.
Bituminous Surfacing.—About IIV2 miles of respraying asphaltic surfaced roads
was done, and % mile of new double spray-coat on new gravel surface.
Snow-removal.—Very little snow-removal was necessary in this district, but a
quantity of sand on hills to control icy conditions was necessary.
Ferries.—The Swartz Bay-Fulford Harbour Ferry was operated successfully
under charter for the full year, and the same may be said of the Nanaimo-Gabriola
Island Ferry.
Important repairs were done at the Fulford Harbour landing, including a new
floor system on the approach trestle.
Saanich Electoral District.
Roads.—No major construction was carried out. A number of minor improvements were completed, including 1 mile of the Helmcken Road which was reshaped and
fully prepared for bituminous surfacing. Several roads within old subdivisions were
opened to give access to new homes.
In Sidney a sewer was constructed on Third Street, Second Street, and Bazan
Avenue to eliminate a highly undesirable condition of drainage and sanitation.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A widening of 6 feet was made on the East Saanich Road
Covering a length of 2 miles.
In the North Saanich District a non-skid seal-coat of asphalt was applied to 8
miles of asphaltic surfaced roads by Departmental forces and equipment. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 17
Oak Bay Electoral District.
Oak Bay District.—The work on the secondary highway, Beach Drive (109b), was
all carried out by municipal men and equipment, and consisted of ordinary maintenance
and of reconstruction, with concrete curb and gutter, of a section % mile in length near
the boundary of the City of Victoria, an improvement much needed on this heavily
travelled section of an important highway.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3 (BURNABY, DEWDNEY, NORTH VANCOUVER, VANCOUVER-POINT GREY, MACKENZIE, DELTA, CHILLIWACK,
AND NEW WESTMINSTER ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, E. S. Jones, New Westminster.)
Burnaby Electoral District.
Construction.—Central Arterial Highway 17r: One-half mile of new construction
was completed easterly from Borden Avenue. This is now ready for a gravel surface.
The work was undertaken with Revenue Surplus Appropriation funds.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Grandview-Douglas Highway 62a : One mile of seal-coat
with non-skid surface was sprayed on the Douglas Road Hill section of this highway.
Bridges.—Minor repairs only were made during the year.
Snow-removal.—A mild winter was experienced and the snowfall was negligible.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance on roads was carried out.
Dewdney Electoral District.
Construction.—Coquitlam Road 10R: In Maillardville the construction of curbs,
gutters, and drainage structures—a continuation of last year's work—was carried out
for a distance of 600 feet. This work widens the highway 10 feet. All unsuitable
material was removed, a substantial base of screened gravel was laid and surfaced with
asphalt.
Dewdney Trunk Road 20R: In Port Coquitlam, from the Commercial Hotel to the
Pitt River Bridge, a distance of 2.16 miles, this road was raised and widened with
40,000 cubic yards of pit-run gravel; average lift, 1.5 feet; finished width was 38 feet.
This fill was surfaced with 7,500 cubic yards of crushed gravel; depth of finished coat,
6 inches, and consolidated under traffic. Constant grading was required to prevent the
development of pot-holes, and at the end of the fiscal year the fill was in excellent
condition for surfacing.
Harrison Hot Springs Road No. 11-51: From Miami Slough southward for 0.22
mile this road was raised, widened, and straightened, using 4,528 cubic yards of pit-run
gravel; average lift was 1.5 feet, new width 30 feet. The fill consolidated well under
traffic, and this substantial base is now in prime condition for surfacing.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Asphaltic seal-coats with non-skid cover-stone were laid as
follows:— DAs,..nc.- 7Lidth
(Miles.) (Feet.)
Lougheed Highway 23R, from Stave River easterly—.    1.00 18
Lougheed Highway 22r, from Stave River westerly—    4.00 18
Lougheed Highway, Section 9, from Deroche Bridge
easterly i     5.00 18
Lougheed Highway 26R, from. 0.53 mile north of ferry-
landing, northerly and westerly     8.85 20
Lougheed Highway 20R, from Pitt River Bridge westerly      0.11 24
Lougheed Highway 2lR, from Pitt River Bridge easterly      0.32        18-24
loco-Port Moody 57R     3.00 18 Q 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Double spray-coats with non-skid cover-stone were laid as follows:—
Distance. Width.
(Miles.) (Feet.)
Lougheed Highway 26R, from ferry-landing northerly    0.53 20
Lougheed Highway, Section 7, at C.P.R. crossing     0.20 30
Asphaltic mulch surfaces were laid as follows: Coquitlam Road 10R, at Maillard-
ville, 0.33 mile, 30 feet wide.
All of the above was resurfacing.
Double spray-coat with non-skid cover-stone (new work) : Sylvester Road No. 38,
continuation of last year's work, 1.1 miles, 18 feet wide.
Bridges.—Hoy Bridge No. 10-7 was rebuilt on a slightly changed alignment. This
is a 60-foot pile trestle with a 24-foot deck.
Major repairs were executed as follows:—
Dewdney Bridge No. 10-150:   Four lines of new stringers, new ties, floor,
guard-rails, handrail.
Harrison River Bridge No. 40-131:   All of north approach, four lines of new-
stringers, new ties, floor, wheel-guard, and handrail.
Mission (C.P.R.) No. 10-106.1:  New floor on five spans.
Pitt River No. 10-41:   New timber from the steel up on four truss spans and
plate girder span.
Extensive minor repairs were made on numerous smaller bridges throughout the
district.
Snow-removal.—A mild winter was experienced and the snowfall was negligible.
Maintenance.—The usual maintenance of roads was carried out, bituminous repairs
receiving special attention.
Dewdney (East) Electoral District.
Roads.—The usual maintenance-work was carried out on all roads.
Bituminous Surfacing.—One and one-half miles of single spray-coat were done
between Bulger Pit and Floods level crossing.
Mackenzie (North) Electoral District.
Construction.—Two miles of road were reconstructed on the No. 177 Gillies Bay
Road, Texada Island.
Bridges.—Surgenor Bridge No. 127 was reconstructed and the channel of Thorson
Bridge No. 52, Bella Coola, which had blocked up, was deepened and widened out by
bulldozer.
Many minor bridges throughout the district were repaired.
The garage at Bella Coola is 90 per cent, completed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Powell River District: 3 miles of surfacing were seal-
coated.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out; culverts replaced, ditches
cleaned out, roads and trails brushed out. Regular grading was done throughout the
year.
North Vancouver Electoral District.
General.—Maintenance-work was carried out; skin-patching of pavement, drainage, brushing, and gravelling; considerable work done by the municipal forces owing
to the acute shortage of labour.
Bridges.—Only minor maintenance was carried out, and bank-protection.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Dollarton Highway 73A and Marine Drive 66A were given
a single spray-coat totalling 3.44 miles. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 19
Bank-protection.—Capilano Bridge No. 2: Bank-protection at the west bank was
carried out with heavy angular rock rip-rap; approximately 500 cubic yards of rock
were quarried from Marine Drive right-of-way.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District.
General.—All roads were kept in a good state of repair throughout the year. All
ditches were maintained and guard-fences painted and repaired.
Marine Drive Bridle Trail, Mile 6 to Mile 7, required constant attention due to
heavy horse traffic.
Marine Drive, Mile 5.1 to Mile 5.6: Building up shoulders; 1,800 cubic yards of
fill were required.
Chancellor Boulevard, University Endowment Lands: 1.25 miles of armour seal-
coat, % inch to 1 inch penetration, were sprayed.
New Westminster Electoral District.
The construction of storm sewers in D.L. 172 was continued. Several wooden
junction-boxes and catch-basins were replaced by permanent concrete ones.
Three blocks on Ninth Avenue and one each on London, Dublin, and Edinburgh
Streets were prepared for surfacing.
At Pattullo Bridge a small storm sewer was placed immediately west of the toll-
booths to take care of the surface water from the south bridge approach.
Traffic lines were repainted twice during the year on the bridge and its approaches.
Considerable sanding was necessary during the winter and spring months due to
icy conditions.
The small surface breaks which continue to occur in the deck of the bridge are
being satisfactorily repaired with ferrogrout.
A good start was made on the improvement of the park area south of the toll-booths
on each side of the Scott Road Extension.
Delta Electoral District.
Roads.—An exceptionally wet winter made maintenance of roads a costly operation.
All of them were, however, well maintained and open to traffic at all times. Traffic lines
were all repainted and the levelling of boulevards was continued. Power-mowers were
in operation on all roads from May to September.
The demand for private entrances from the King George VI. Highway 15r continues to increase, with the continued subdividing of adjacent property into very small
parcels.
Drainage in the Village of Langley Prairie was improved by the deepening of the
ditch from the cold-storage plant west for a distance of 1,600 feet. Concrete pipe is on
hand to be placed in this ditch when water conditions permit.
The raising and levelling of the dyke on the north side of Barnston Island was
completed, and the gravel, to be spread on top of same later on, is now stock-piled
between the dyke and the river-bank.
An electric bell and light signal was placed at the B.C.E.R. crossing on the Scott
Road Extension 78a.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A recap was placed on 1.02 miles and a respray on 3.17
miles of the Scott Road (6lA and 69a). The following were also resprayed: Trans-
Canada Highway 2r, 2 miles; Ladner Marsh Road 80r, 1.1 miles; Steveston Highway
84b, 0.5 mile;  and Boundary Bay Road 40b, 0.32 mile.
Bridges.—Despite the difficulty of obtaining bridge timbers, one major repair job,
the renewing of all caps, stringers, floor, wheel-guard, and handrails of both Eburne Q 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
bridges was carried out. Some 569,000 feet board-measure of bridge timbers were
required for this job, half of which was on hand before work was commenced.
The up-stream half of the draw rest pier of Fraser Avenue Bridge No. 6 was
damaged to such an extent as to necessitate renewal of same, the down-stream half
having been renewed last year.
The draw rest pier of Canoe Pass Bridge No. 10 was also renewed after being
damaged. In this case new piles were driven in the up-stream half, while at the downstream half the old piles were cut off at low water and a framed structure erected on top
of them.
The decks of the following bridges were flush-coated with tarvia: Eburne No. 4
and No. 5, Fraser Avenue No. 6 and No. 8, Ladner Marsh Bridges No. 18, No. 19,
and No. 20.
Ferries.—The Ladner-Woodward Ferry operated with only minor interruptions
during the year, these interruptions being in midsummer when the boat grounded
several times owing to the silting-up of the channel.
Barnston Island Ferry operated without interruption. A seven-pile dolphin at the
Hjorth Road landing was renewed, and minor repairs made to the ramp of the
Barnston Island landing.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was light for the third consecutive year, the snow-
ploughs being in use only once or twice.
Considerable sanding of icy surfaces was necessary throughout the entire winter,
Eburne and Fraser Avenue Bridges requiring particular attention for this purpose.
Chilliwack Electoral District.
Roads.—All roads throughout the district were well maintained and were open at
all times during the year.    Traffic lines were painted on all main surfaced roads.
Special attention was paid to clearing brush and weeds from the right-of-way and,
where possible, power-mowers were used on road-shoulders.
Two miles of the Old Yale Road 6lR were gravelled in preparation for a mulch
surface.
Considerable work was done in Columbia Valley, south of Cultus Lake, the main
road on the east side of the valley being rebuilt for a distance of about 2.5 miles.
Several sharp turns were eliminated, the road-bed widened and well gravelled, so that
there is now a good road from Cultus Lake to the United States boundary.
Work was commenced on the extension of C Street, Huntingdon, from Vye Road to
the Trans-Canada Highway 6r, a distance of 1.47 miles.
Owing to the exceptionally wet weather, the contractors were compelled to shut
down in November, the work then being about 50 per cent, completed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 20.8 miles (Mile 69 to Mile 89.8) of the Trans-
Canada Highway and all of the Abbotsford-Mission Road 12K and the Ferry Road 9r
were given a single respray.
Practically no maintenance-work was required on these sections during the winter
and spring months, whereas the portions of the Trans-Canada Highway which had not
been resprayed or recapped within the last few years required an unusual amount of
bituminous patching in order to keep them reasonably passable. This was particularly
true of the section between Miles 47 and 55, east of Abbotsford, on which some 90 cubic
yards of asphaltic patching material were used from December to March.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall in this district was very light, snow-ploughs being
in use only once or twice during the season.
Bridges.—Despite the difficulty of obtaining bridge materials, all bridges were
maintained in a satisfactory condition. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 21
Ferry Slough Bridge No. 55, for which some of the material was on hand last year,
was rebuilt by Canadian Army engineers from Chilliwack Training Camp. The piles,
caps, and steel I-beams were supplied by the Department, the balance of the materials
coming from the engineers' own sawmill at Sardis.
Bridges No. 5-26, No. 5-27, and No. 5-96 on the Dent Road at Laidlaw were replaced
by culverts and fills.
Ferries.—The Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry operated without interruption throughout
the year. Major repairs were made to the landing platform at the Rosedale winter
landing, while minor ones were made to the Agassiz landing and to both ramps.
River-bank Protection (Fraser River).—Assistance was again given to Chilliwhack
Municipality with the placing of rock on the river-bank below Minto Landing. The
deepening and straightening of a channel near the north bank of the Fraser River, east
of the mouth of the Harrison River, was continued. Two heavy bulldozers were used
and were found to be more satisfactory than the carry-alls used last year. Some 35,000
cubic yards of material were moved from this 200-foot wide channel, the depth of cut
varying from 1 to 6 feet.
This channel should not only help to materially reduce the volume of water in
Ballam Slough during freshet time, but it should prove of considerable benefit to tugs
towing log-booms down-river, by-passing, as it will, two very sharp bends in the present
towing channel.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4 (YALE, KAMLOOPS, SALMON ARM, REVELSTOKE, NORTH AND SOUTH OKANAGAN, AND SIMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, W. Ramsay, Kamloops.)
Kamloops Electoral District.
Road Maintenance.—Grading, ditching, brush-cutting, and general repairs were
undertaken on all the more important roads so far as available labour and equipment
would permit. Several side-roads, which in previous years had not required more than
ordinary attention, were subject to heavy logging traffic, and on these considerable
widening, gravelling, and renewal of small bridges and culverts had to be done to take
care of the traffic offering.
There was also an increase in car and small-truck traffic to fishing and hunting
resorts, and this necessitated additional maintenance on the roads leading to same.
Construction and Reconstruction.—Improvements made by widening narrow sections, taking off points, and building short revisions were undertaken, partly from
District Vote and Revenue Surplus Appropriation, and these totalled about 38.5 miles,
covering twenty-four separate roads. On the section of the Kamloops-Tranquille Road
through North Kamloops 2.2 miles were brought up to standard alignment and grade,
to a width of 36 feet, and treated with a primer coat, preparatory to mulch-surfacing
in 1946-47.
The more important streets in the town of Ashcroft were graded and gravelled, and
it is hoped to surface them in 1946.
A start was made on the construction of a road which will eventually connect Little
Fort in the North Thompson Valley to Bridge Lake in the Cariboo, but owing to winter
setting in early, the work had to be closed down after 2 miles of right-of-way had been
cut and 0.75 mile of road graded.
Surfacing.-—Bituminous-surfacing operations covered 5.4 miles of work on the
Trans-Canada Highway, 2.2 miles on the Kamloops-Tranquille Road, and, in addition,
about 22 miles left over from the previous fiscal year were completed. Q 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Snow-removal.—More requests were made for snow-removal than in previous years,
and this was, in a large measure, due to logging and sawmill operations carried on
during most of the winter, with some of these in heavy snow country, making frequent
ploughings necessary throughout the entire winter.
Some sections were subject to heavy drifting, while on others heavy sanding was
necessary to cope with difficult ice conditions.
Altogether, 867.2 miles of road were kept open at an average cost of $13.85 per
mile and a maximum of $66.86.
Bridges.—Lack of material made it necessary to confine our bridge operations to
absolutely necessary work, but throughout the electoral district three small bridges
were reconstructed and thirty-three repaired.
Ferries.—Repairs were made when and where necessary on all ferries, and with
the view of having replacement sections ready for an emergency, two spare pontoons
were constructed in Kamloops yard and are ready for use when required.
Yale Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all main roads in Yale
District and most side-roads were graded. Minor betterments included gravelling,
replacing culverts, and improving drainage on side-roads. A definite effort was made
to replace all broken culverts with permanent pipe. In doing this, four carloads of
concrete pipe were purchased and installed.
On the Cariboo Highway, slide material was removed wherever possible to widen
the road for traffic, with a view to improving travelling conditions for an expected
increase in traffic during 1946. The toll-gate at Yale showed an increase of 60 per cent,
in traffic over the previous year.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—During the year two rock corners on
the Cariboo Highway were removed and the road widened to 30 feet. On the Spences
Bridge-Merritt Road a railway crossing at Mile 0.9 was changed to move the road away
from the Thompson River. At Mile 32 on this road two rock corners were drilled,
ready for blasting. The Kamloops Road was widened in a number of sections between
Miles 10.6 and 20.6 to 30 feet wide. On the Coalmont Road a new section of road was
built between Miles 10.8 and 11.7 to eliminate a high trestle and truss bridge.
The Southern Trans-Provincial Highway from Hope towards Princeton is under
reconstruction.    This work is being done by contract and is progressing favourably.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Bituminous surfacing carried out consisted of 18.67 miles
of resurfacing and 0.61 mile of new spray-coat.
Bridges.—Eight bridges were reconstructed during the year and one was eliminated. On the Cariboo Highway twelve bridge railings were painted. Thirty bridges
received minor repairs to decks and footings.
Ferries.—The Boston Bar-North Bend aerial ferry was operated throughout the
year with only minor interruption to traffic. During the twelve months there were
4,320 vehicles and 17,427 passengers carried.
Salmon Arm Electoral District.
In general the year was not an unusual one; the spring grading was completed
early after the previous mild winter, and traffic during the summer did not greatly
change, despite the end of the war in Europe and in Asia.
The winter just passed began earlier, first snowfall being on October 21st, and
falling fairly frequently. There was a total fall of 60 inches by the middle of
February, and this remained until the end of March.
Road maintenance was carried on satisfactorily through the year. Bridge over Carbon Creek near Michel, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
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Haslam Creek Bridge on the Island Highway, Vancouver Island.  DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 23
Snow-removal was efficiently and quickly dealt with, providing good travelling
surfaces.
Considerable improvement-work was carried out with funds made available by
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," and consideration was given to principal local
roads, both to provide better travel and to allow more width for snow-removal. Many
roads have stumps close to the travelled portion, impeding snow-ploughs.
A highway-construction project at Chase on the Trans-Canada was commenced to
revise alignment and grade.
Bituminous surfacing on 9 miles of the highway west of Salmon Arm was undertaken, but interfered with considerably by rain which commenced earlier than usual.
A concrete and creosoted-pile bridge over the Salmon River, 2 miles west of
Salmon Arm, was constructed on a revised alignment. Smaller bridges were satisfactorily maintained.
The maintenance and repair of equipment was satisfactory, despite delays and
difficulties in obtaining parts or materials.
Revelstoke Electoral District.
Maintenance of Roads.—All highway and local roads were graded and side-ditches
improved, many culverts renewed, and intakes and outlets cleared of brush. Considerable brush was cleared along right-of-way.
Bridges.—Several small bridges were rebuilt and the lower Illecillewaet Bridge
was completely redecked, and also part of the trestle approach. Remaining part is to
be filled in.    A large number of other bridges received minor repairs.
Surfacing.—Five miles of asphaltic mulch, 20 feet wide, were laid out on Highway
No. 1, near Malakwa.
Construction.—West of the paved section of Highway No. 1 at Malakwa, 4.8 miles
were built standard and prepared for black-top surfacing.
The rock-cut at Cambie was widened to standard and the grade improved through
the boulder-cut.
Three rock-cuts on the Big Bend section, totalling V_ mile, were widened.
Sicamous Junction Road, easterly 2.2 miles, reshaped and gravelled 24 feet wide.
Snowfall.—The snowfall was exceptionally heavy, totalling 218 inches in Revelstoke.
The Revelstoke West Road was open every day, but the Arrowhead Road was closed for
a few days on two occasions.
North Okanagan Electoral District.
Maintenance.—As in the past, general maintenance was carried out on all main
highways and tributary roads, consisting of minor improvements, grading, patching
mulch, and repairing, cleaning, and renewing culverts, cutting weeds, drainage, and
patch-gravelling. Labour derived from the tax workers was about the same as previous year, but full advantage was taken of this labour, which helped a great deal in
our maintenance programme.
Surfacing, Gravel.—Major renewal; some 6.1 miles of new gravel were placed,
varying from 12 feet wide to 30 feet wide.
Surfacing, Bituminous.—A total of 5.1 miles, 20 feet wide, of new mulch was
applied on the Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6, commencing at City of Vernon boundary.
Reconstruction.—Two new settlers' roads were constructed, at a total mileage of
1.3. New approaches and realignment and grade revision to Kingfisher Bridge and 0.5
mile of realignment and grade revision between Mile 34.0 and Mile 34.5 on the Vernon-
Slocan Highway No. 6 was also undertaken, and 100 per cent, completed; also 1 mile
of widening and ditching on the Long Lake Road was 100 per cent, completed. Q 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Bridges.—Minor repairs and redecking were carried out on a number of bridges,
and a new 1-60 King-truss span with pile-trestle approaches reconstructed at Kingfisher (total length of structure 272 feet). Four smaller bridges were also reconstructed.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was somewhat heavier and fairly continuous, which
kept our crews pretty well on the go, but managed to keep all main highway and tributary roads open, causing little inconvenience to the public, with the exception of the
Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6, where no attempt was made to keep it open beyond the
35-mile-post and over the Monashee Pass.
General.—Some improvements were made in the yard where the asphalt is mixed,
and three storage-tanks for asphalt, holding approximately 5,500 gallons, erected there
on concrete foundations.
South Okanagan Electoral District.
Roads.—A contract was let in August, 1945, for reconstruction of the Drought's
Hill section of Okanagan Highway. This consisted of 1.8 miles of heavy work, principally solid rock, and was 50 per cent, completed at the end of the fiscal year.
Construction of Trout Creek-Bald Range Road, 3% miles of which was built last
year, was completed. This involved the construction of 3 miles of new road and widening of an additional 2 miles of existing road.
Reconstruction of 2x/4 miles of lake-shore road, between Kelowna City limits and
Okanagan Mission, was completed and surfaced with a bituminous double spray-coat.
Major improvements were made to various other roads over a total distance of 17 miles.
The following bituminous surfacing has been completed this year: 2.8 miles new
double spray-coat and renewal of 5.77 miles double spray-coat, 5.97 miles single spray-
coat, and 2.43 miles mulch.
Bridges.—Three small stringer bridges were constructed, six reconstructed, and
one replaced by a culvert and fill.    Several others were redecked, painted, and repaired.
Ferries.—Construction of the slipway at Kelowna was completed, and the " Pen-
dozi " hauled out for inspection and overhaul.
Flood-control.—Further improvements were made to the channels of Sawmill
Creek and Mission Creek, including two channel diversions, one on each creek, and the
removal of a number of gravel-bars.
Similkameen Electoral District.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Mulch resurfacing, 4.53 miles; single spray resurfacing,
4.45 miles;   new mulch (various widths), 1.13 miles;   and double spray, 1.76 miles.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Keremeos: 1.4 miles at Keremeos reconstructed to a width of 30 feet, graded, gravelled, and treated with mulch 24 feet wide
(crushed gravel); 0.4 mile elevated and given a coat of 5 inches of crushed gravel
(mulched); 0.4 mile of Keremeos streets elevated and gravelled to a depth of 5 inches
(mulched).
Hedley: 0.6 mile of Hedley streets—Scott Avenue, Daly Avenue, Webster Street,
and Hayne Street—gravelled to various widths with crushed gravel (mulched); 1,200
feet from Scott Avenue north to Webster Street gravelled and given a bituminous
spray-coat.
Princeton: 0.4 mile of Vermilion Avenue, Princeton, elevated 18 inches and
mulched 30 feet in width.
Oliver: 1,100 feet at Testalinda Creek, south of Oliver, elevated 3 feet and
mulched; 1.4 miles of Oliver-Cawston Road gravelled and given a bituminous spray-
coat. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 25
New Construction.—A total of 1.3 miles, 66-foot right-of-way—cross-road from
Five Mile-Princeton Road to One Mile-Princeton Road. This was done to eliminate
three dangerous railroad crossings, and the old road, which was in use for many years,
was closed.
Several new streets in both Oliver and Osoyoos, through S.O.L. project's new subdivision, were graded and put in shape for traffic.
Four hundred feet of concrete pipe (culvert) was installed on principal roads—
sizes 18 inch, 20 inch, and 24 inch.
Old ties were removed from 15 miles of the Great Northern Railway grade and
made passable for light traffic. The right-of-way and one bridge was acquired by
purchase.
In Princeton 250 lineal feet of board sidewalk were torn up and replaced with
gravel;   120 feet in Hedley were similarly reconstructed.
A new Pioneer gravel-crusher was set up first at Hedley and later at Keremeos,
and approximately 105,000 cubic yards of gravel were crushed during the summer.
Additional land was purchased in Princeton on which to construct a garage and
equipment-storage shed. The storage-shed, 134 feet by 30 feet, was constructed;
concrete floors were laid, but wiring and painting yet to be done.
The roads and bridges in the district were adequately maintained. Bituminous-
surfaced roads required considerable patching. We experienced considerable damage
to roads and bridges on account of floods.
Flood-damage Repairs.—The channel of Mclntyre Creek was cleared of gravel,
both above and below Bridge No. 32, by the use of a %-yard gasoline-shovel.
Shuttleworth Channel (or Keogan) was also cleared out; one small bridge was
rebuilt and Highway Bridge No. 30 was repaired.
Snow-removal.—Main highway as well as local roads were kept open and sanded
where considered necessary. Cost of sanding adds considerably to the cost of keeping
winter roads in safe condition.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5  (CRANBROOK, FERNIE, AND COLUMBIA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Cranbrook Electoral District.
Roads.—No major construction was undertaken. General maintenance was carried out throughout the district on all travelled roads. Eleven thousand cubic yards of
gravel were applied to the Waldo-Newgate Road and 5,000 cubic yards to the St. Mary
Lake Road.
The Slaterville streets and Cemetery Road near Cranbrook were reconditioned and
prepared to receive an asphalt mulch surface; this surface, a distance of 1.6 miles,
was subsequently laid by contract.
Four miles west of Cranbrook, on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, 1%
miles of defective pavement were back-filled with selected material, preparatory to
resurfacing with asphalt mulch.
Bridges.—The Meadow Creek Bridge and the Nero Bridge over the Moyie River
were renewed with local timber to replace old structures which had become unsafe for
the heavy logging traffic to which they were being subjected. Twenty-nine bridges
were repaired, maintained, and painted.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions in this district were far heavier than average.
Early and frequent snowfalls kept equipment continuously on the roads; 289.6 miles
of road were kept open at a cost of $20.70 per mile, the ploughs travelling 7,775 snow-
plough miles. Q 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Fernie Electoral District.
Roads.—The usual general maintenance was carried out on all highways and
tributary roads, which consisted of minor improvements, grading, repairing, cleaning
and renewing culverts, drainage, and patch-gravelling. No major projects were undertaken.
Surfacing.—A total of 2.5 miles of mulch and 3.7 miles of spray-coat were laid.
Bridges.—Minor repairs and general maintenance of all bridges was carried out.
A new 50-foot span steel and concrete bridge was built at Carbon Creek.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was heavier than for some years, which necessitated
much more ploughing.
Columbia Electoral District.
Roads.—General maintenance of all roads was carried out during the year. Extensive gravelling was done on the Kootenay-Columbia Highway and the Trans-Canada
Highway. Numerous culverts were repaired and renewed, also considerable ditching
was done. On the Golden-Leanchoil Highway, between Mile 6 and Mile 9, the road
was widened and mud-slides cleaned well back. Reconstruction on 2.38 miles of
the Kootenay-Columbia Highway was 95 per cent, completed during the winter months.
Surfacing.—In Golden 1.05 miles of streets were excavated and back-filled in
preparation for bituminous surfacing, asphalt mulch being laid.
Bridges.—A pile-trestle bridge 102 feet in length was constructed on the Kootenay-
Columbia Highway over Washout Creek. Extensive repairs were carried out on Bush
River Bridge, two supporting pile bents being placed under each of the three 95-foot
spans. Bents were also placed under Cariboo and Big Foster Bridges. A number of
bridges were reinforced and redecked.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions in the district were heavy; during the month of
January the ploughs were operating almost continuously. Despite the heavy snowfall
all roads, with the exception of Golden-Leanchoil, were kept open during the winter.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5a (NELSON-CRESTON, GRAND FORKS-
GREENWOOD, KASLO-SLOCAN, AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, E. Smith, Nelson.)
Nelson-Creston Electoral District.
Roads.—No construction-work of a major nature was carried out, but a number
of fair-sized betterments were successfully accomplished as far as limited funds and
equipment would permit.
The most notable improvement was on the Castlegar-Nelson section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, where the standardized section on Taghum Hill terminated at a very undesirable and irregular curve at the top of the hill; this was
greatly improved by rock excavation on new alignment, resulting in an easy curve of
standard width. Much difficulty was encountered in rock excavation owing to individual low ridges of rock formation underlying the main body of rock, which necessitated
additional drilling and blasting, also deeper excavation and back-filling treatment of
the depressions between the ridges.
On the same section of the highway the embankments on both sides of Taghum
Bridge were heavily rip-rapped against erosion by wave-action with rock from the
excavation above described; other widenings towards Nelson were also made from the
same surplus material.
In the same locality a much improved intersection was constructed, bringing the
Blewett Road into the highway;   this also was rock excavation. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 27
Various minor improvements were made on the Nelson-Balfour section and on
the Queens Bay section of the Balfour-Kaslo Road; widening was continued for an
appreciable distance.
On the Gray Creek-Creston section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway a
fair amount of regravelling was undertaken.
Through Creston Village, on the section designated 45R, the undesirable capillary
clay was excavated by shovel and trucks, back-filled with gravel from Goat River, and
surfaced with gravel from our Rogers Pit in preparation for asphaltic mulch surfacing.
On the Creston-Goatfell section a good quantity of fine gravel was laid to cover
the oversize stone which was showing in many places.
In the autumn, surveys were completed and contracts awarded on Section A, from
Creston Village boundary over a mile eastward, and on Section B, from Arrow Creek
over a mile westward.    Work was not commenced on these sections until April, 1946.
On the Nelson-Nelway Highway a contract was awarded on the Hall Creek Diversion, about 9 miles south of Nelson, to eliminate IV2 miles of very poor road; this
work was not commenced within the fiscal year.
Extensive frost damage occurred on many of our most important roads owing to
a midwinter thaw in December and the usual spring thaw in March, so that spring
conditions occurred on two occasions, separated by little more than two months.
Bituminous Surfacing.—On the Castlegar-Nelson section of the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway several sections were resprayed between Brilliant and Shoreacres,
and the new work at the top of Taghum Hill received a double spray-coat.
On the Nelson-Balfour section the newly constructed section between the 8-mile
and 9-mile points was spray-coated successfully and several short sections were
recapped with asphaltic mulch, and other sections totalling over 2 miles were scarified,
regravelled, and flush-coated.
Between Gray Creek and Kuskanook several sections were spray-coated after
reshaping.
Snow-removal.—A far heavier snowfall than average occurred after Christmas,
and our equipment worked long hours to ensure continuity of traffic, this objective
being attained successfully.
A great deal of ice-control work was done, and appreciation was received from
several sources.
Bridges.—The usual amount of maintenance was carried out, and many renewals
of floor systems completed.
Ferries.—Continuous and successful operation of the numerous ferries in this
district was accomplished.
The new mechanism was installed in the Nelson Ferry by our mechanical staff, the
regular ferry being replaced by the auxiliary barge while the regular ferry-barge was
tied up. The new machinery was put in commission prior to July 1st and has proved
eminently satisfactory and economical.
The Kootenay Lake Ferry S.S. " Nasookin " operated throughout the year in a
highly satisfactory manner and no troubles of any kind occurred.
The contract for the construction of the new ferry, the M.S. "Anscomb," was
awarded, and preparatory work carried on at the Nelson ship ways by the contractors.
Surveys were made for the new Kootenay Lake Ferry landings, and all necessary
information gathered for the design.
Garage.—Maintenance and repair of all highway units and ferry-operating mechanism was carried on as usual, but considerable delays were incurred owing to difficulty
in obtaining necessary parts.
Surveys.—The most important survey in the district was carried out under Chief
Location and Construction Engineer H. L. Hayne from Gray Creek to Kootenay Bay, to
serve the proposed new ferry-landing at the last-mentioned point with a suitable road. Q 28 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Other surveys under the same supervision were made on the Creston-Goatfell
section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway and on the Nelson-Nelway Highway.
Still other minor surveys were made by our district Resident Engineer on the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway on the Nelson-Balfour section and on the
Castlegar-Nelson section.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District.
During the 1945-46 season the arterial highway through the City of Grand Forks
received a final seal-coat of R.C. 3 and crushed cover-stone, completing this section of
the highway. The new fill east of Grand Forks and the revision of the curve at Overhead Bridge were also completed with double spray and crushed cover-rock. Between
Cascade and Christina Lake a section V3 mile in length was raised, double-sprayed, and
covered with crushed stone. A short section on the Christina East Road of about %
mile and the %-mile Kingsley Road were also raised, double-sprayed, and covered with
crushed material.
The Cascade—Laurier Road (1.6 miles) is being reconstructed on permanent alignment, width, and grade.
The Kue Ken Crushing Plant was in operation near Cascade, and some 18,000
cubic yards of maximum 1-inch gravel crushed and 1,000 yards of 3/4-inch cover-stone
material produced. This plant was later moved to Kettle Valley Gravel Pit, where
some 6,000 cubic yards of maximum 1-inch crushed gravel were stock-piled.
Crushing Plant Q5 was operated most of the season near Midway, where about 10
miles of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway has been surfaced with crushed rock.
This plant was later moved to Boundary Falls, near Greenwood; three short sections
of highway were raised and a total of 2 miles gravelled.
Sixteen miles of the old C.P.R. grade north of Grand Forks, running parallel to
the Grand Forks-Franklin Road, was taken over by this Department, widened and
regraded. Several small bridges were replaced on this road and the Humming-bird
Bridge redecked.
Considerable widening and ditching and general improvements were made on the
Kettle River main road from Westbridge north for a distance of about 12 miles; one
very dangerous corner was eliminated.
The usual general maintenance has been carried out in the district, and a new
garage building has been constructed in the City of Greenwood.
Christina Creek Bridge was redecked with cross-ties and longitudinal decking, and
a new 100-foot Howe truss with creosoted laminated chords and concrete piers was
constructed across the West Fork of the Kettle River to replace the old White Cabin
Bridge. The old bridge was dismantled. The usual repairs were carried out on other
bridges throughout the district.
Snowfall during the winter was above average, but all main roads were kept open,
as well as the most important of the settlers' roads.
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District.
General.—Our highways were maintained as well as possible throughout the year,
with the exception of freeze-up, when bad, heavy rains and snowfalls just before the
frost left all our roads in a rutty and pot-hole condition, which we remedied as best we
could by filling with gravel before snowfall. The spring break-up caused little trouble,
our roads coming through in fair condition.
Major Programme.—The work started last year was completed, and an additional
% mile was realigned and surfaced. Our major programme of work was mostly
surfacing, approximately 11 miles of highway in various parts of the district being
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Bridges.—A new 60-foot King truss was constructed over Hammil Creek, in the
Lardeau District, on the Howser-Argenta Road.
One stringer bridge was constructed over the Lemon Creek on the Lemon Creek
Road, all round timber being used.
General maintenance was carried out on all bridges needing attention.
Ferries.—Our two ferries, one at East and West Arrow Park and the other at
Needles-Fauquier, gave good service throughout the year.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall has been the heaviest in this district for many years,
and extremely heavy to remove as all the falls were wet; but, considering this, traffic
was never tied up. Our snow-ploughs travelled approximately 15,000 snow-plough
miles, and 286 miles of road were kept open.
. Rossland-Trail Electoral District.
Road Construction and Reconstruction.—On local highways within municipal
limits work was continued on the Rossland end of the Rossland-Paterson Road. The
rock-cut was widened to a minimum width of 42 feet, and the road reconstructed for
a total distance of 0.5 mile.
Johnson Creek fill, at Birchbank, was completed and surfaced with a double spray-
coat of asphalt.
Shoulders were filled and widened on the Castlegar-Trail Road for a distance of
3 miles.
One mile of the Robson-Syringa Creek Road, between Castlegar Ferry and Robson,
was reconstructed and made ready for gravelling.
The Section Pond Road was reopened to give better access to the I.X.L. mine and
provide a detour for work on the Paterson Road.
Maintenance of Roads. — All roads were maintained during the season, and
considerable gravelling was done, especially on the Trail-Salmo and Robson-Syringa
Creek Roads.
Bridges.—The foot-walk on the lower side of the C.P.R. Bridge over the Columbia
River at Castlegar was reconstructed.
Stringers, ties, deck, and handrails were renewed on Schofield Highway Bridge
No. 1 and Robson-Syringa No. 1.
The site was cleared and material purchased for a new bridge over Beaver Creek
and the Hoodoo Creek Road at Park Siding.
Other bridges in the district were repaired and kept in fair condition.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Except for the surfacing of the Johnson Creek fill at
Birchbank, no new work was done.
Existing pavements were repaired and kept in condition.
Snow-removal.—An extra heavy snowfall last winter kept our equipment busy, and
a great deal of sanding was necessary on the many hills in the district.
The Rossland-Cascade section of Highway No. 3 was closed by snow conditions
on November 19th.
All other main roads were kept open and sanded as required.
Castlegar Ferry.—An auxiliary barge, 18 feet by 60 feet, built of creosoted wood,
was constructed for use on the Arrow Lakes at a cost of $6,402.60.
Plans were also made to build a new steel barge for Castlegar Ferry to replace
the wooden one.
The regular twenty-four-hour service was maintained during the year, and
machinery and equipment repaired as necessary. Q 30 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6  (LILLOOET AND CARIBOO
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Lillooet Electoral District.
General Maintenance.—Maintenance was carried out throughout the district, combined with minor betterments, as far as labour conditions and a very wet summer
permitted.
Construction.—The Bonaparte Valley Road was extended to the north end of Loon
Lake, a distance of 8.5 miles;   Chasm Sawmill Road, 4 miles;   Lee's Sawmill, 2 miles.
Reconstruction.—On the Lytton-Lillooet Road at Halfway, Mile 23, 1 mile of
reconstruction was carried out, entailing 20,100 cubic yards of balanced cut and fill,
which eliminated twenty blind corners; 0.15 mile of the road was relocated to permit
a frequent washout point to pass under a 30-foot span instead of over the road-bed,
thus avoiding the necessity of closing the road two to three days annually. On the
Jones-Dickey Road, Miles 13 to 16 were partly reconstructed, including the well-known
Texas Creek Hill. On this hill the alignment was improved at the cost of a slightly
increased gradient to avoid bad springs and hairpin curvature. Minor improvements
and gravel surfacing were carried out on the Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek and Hat Creek
Roads in particular.
Bridges.—The Lillooet Station Bridge was replaced with a 100-foot Howe-truss
span, with creosoted chords and corbels resting on concrete piers, and three spans of
trestle approach, making a total length of 155 feet. The Pilchuck Bridge was replaced
with 350 feet of trestle with tie and longitudinal deck 10 feet in width. Twenty-four
structures received attention. The Bridge River and Minnebarriett were redecked
with tie and longitudinal decks; several smaller structures were redecked and minor
repairs were made.
Ferries.—Maintenance was carried out on all ferries throughout the year. The
pontoons and a new deck were completed for the High Bar Ferry, and one concrete
anchor replaced the old log on the east side of the Big Bar Ferry.
Surfacing.—Lillooet main street received 0.85 mile of a mulch coat 24 feet wide,
containing 1,036 cubic yards aggregate. The Trans-Canada Highway east of Spences
Bridge received a single coat respray for 6.3 miles, which required 1,674 cubic yards
of cover. The preparation of the 6.5 miles east of Cache Creek was prepared for spray-
coating early in the new fiscal year; at some points visibility, width, and drainage
were improved, and.three creosoted pipe culverts were installed. Williams & Carrothers
crushed 7,483 cubic yards of 1-inch minus gravel, which were placed on the above
section by Departmental forces.
Flood-control.—The Squamish River Channel Diversion at Murphy's Bend was
maintained throughout the year. It is now estimated that 50 per cent, of the river
passes through this channel. At Pemberton the Miller Ditch River Diversion was
completed. A channel was blasted out 12 to 15 feet wide, 4 to 6 feet in depth, with
seventy cases of 20-per-cent.-propagation powder for a distance of 1,200 feet. This
short-cut the Miller Bend. This ditch, after the main run-off of the river, was carrying
possibly 30 per cent, of the water, thus easing conditions at the mouth of Miller Creek
and the Miller Bend. Further brush and rock mattressing was also carried out along
the Lillooet River and the log-jam near Wolverine Creek. Generally speaking, very
little flood damage occurred in this district.
Snow-removal.—The winter generally till March was very mild with little snow.
During March some exceptionally heavy, wet snowfalls occurred which were costly to
move, and on the Bridge River Road necessitated the use of three bulldozers. Three
hundred miles were kept open; 1,390 miles were opened up, with a total of 2,634
snow-plough miles. The average cost per mile kept open was $23.67. Sanding costs
amounted to $882.96. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 31
Cariboo (North) Electoral District.
Roads.—No major work was carried out during the year, but considerable reshaping and gravel surfacing was done on the Fraser, Barkerviile, and Quesnel-Hydraulic
Roads.
About 1 mile of the Cariboo Highway was rebuilt at Dog Prairie; this section
previously was under water during the spring.
Surfacing.—The Cariboo Highway through the Village of Quesnel was recapped
with mulch.
Bridges.—One pier of the Quesnel River bridge was protected with quarry rock,
the work being done by contract. A new King truss was constructed over Baker Creek
on the Fraser Road. Numerous small bridges on the Nazko Road were redecked and
otherwise repaired, the timber being cut on the ground by a portable mill. Owing to
the lateness of the season and the distances involved, this work was not completed, but
timber is on hand for further repairs during the coming season.
Ferries.—Four ferries operated successfully during the year. General repairs
were made to each unit, and new life-boats built during the winter.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was heavy and continuous during the winter months,
but all main roads were kept open and hills sanded.
A new D-7 bulldozer, equipped with special snow-blade, was in operation on the
Barkerviile Road, together with rotary mounted on F.W.D. truck. This latter unit was
assembled at the Public Works Department shop in Cloverdale. Other equipment,
including T.D.-18 tractor, was necessary on this road from time to time.
Cariboo (South) Electoral District.
Maintenance.—Two thousand miles of road were maintained during the year.
Construction.—Two miles of new construction were carried out to connect Canim
Lake and Mahood Lake, giving direct access by car into the western portion of the
Wells Gray Park. Sixteen miles of new construction were also undertaken between the
Horsefly and 108-Mile Roads to bring a prosperous settlement 80 miles nearer its
shipping centre. The 17-per-cent. gradient on the tortuous Gravel Creek Hill on the
Horsefly Road was replaced by constructing % mile of new road on good alignment
with a grade of 8 per cent.
Snow-removal.—Seven hundred and twenty-five miles of road were kept open at an
average cost of $19.51 per mile.    Snowfall was unusually heavy.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7   (PRINCE RUPERT, ATLIN, AND
SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, J. C. Brady, Prince Rupert.)
Skeena Electoral District.
Roads.—Very little reconstruction was done, but an extensive gravelling programme
was adhered to, this being considered more important at the present time. Gravel was
placed on 5.2 miles of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway between Kitwanga and
Carnaby, 5.5 miles of the Kispiox Road, and 1 mile of the Babine Lake Road.
A small diversion was made on the Lome Creek Road to improve the approach to
Dorreen Overhead Bridge No. 171.
Fall freshets created a great amount of flood damage throughout the district.
Snowfall was the heaviest in years and was such that our equipment could not
contend with it. Snow-removal operations were finally abandoned on the Usk-Kitwanga
Road. No attempt was made to keep the Skeena City-Shames section of the Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway open until the Shames Bridge, which was damaged during Q 32 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
the fall freshet, was repaired. A total of 468.6 miles of road was kept open at a cost
of $36.86 per mile.
A carpenter-shop was built at Terrace, and a fire-proof oil-house of concrete floor
and corrugated galvanized-iron siding and roof was built at Smithers. Fences were
also constructed around the yards at Terrace and Smithers.
Bridges.—Great damage was inflicted on many bridges by the fall freshets. Either
parts of the bridge or the fill approach were washed out on practically all of the bridges
over the rivers and larger creeks between Skeena City and Hazelton. Cherry Tree
Creek Bridge No. 139 and Hodkin No. 1 Bridge No. 255 were washed out entirely.
A hole over 8 feet in depth was scoured under the south pier of Copper River Suspension
Bridge No. 168.
New decks were laid on Brickenden Bridge No. 221, Canyon Creek Bridge No. 20,
Gunderson Bridge No. 201, and Hynes Settlement Bridge No. 52.
A concrete retaining-wall was constructed at the south end of Big Oliver Creek
Bridge No. 326 to protect it from possible falling rocks.
Cemetery Bridge No. 244 was replaced by a culvert and fill.
The concrete arch piers on the new alignment for Terrace Bridge No. 135 were
completed.
Material was purchased for the reconstruction of Lake Kathlyn Bridge No. 172,
but due to flood damage throughout the district it was impossible to find time to carry
out the work.
The usual maintenance was performed on all the other bridges.
Ferries.—All ferries operated continuously throughout the season.
Extensive repairs were made to the Usk Ferry house.
A new tower was constructed on the south side of the Copper City Ferry.
Construction is in progress on a new 10-ton ferry at Cedarvale.
Prince Rupert Electoral District.
Prince Rupert and Vicinity.
Roads.—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway was consistently graded and patched.
It was a bad year for maintenance, with early snow and lots of rain. Heavy slides had
to be opened up, and several washouts refilled and more culverts constructed.
Cow Bay Road was kept in good repair.
Miller Bay Hospital Road was resurfaced with crushed rock, approximately 800
cubic yards being applied.
Port Simpson roads and streets, which were damaged by heavy rains, have all been
repaired.    A total of 365 feet of new road was constructed and surfaced.
A distance of 30 miles was snow-ploughed, snow-plough miles being 200.
Wharves.—At Prince Rupert Wharf 475 feet were rebuilt, with the exception of
the creosoted piling, which is in good shape. All fender piling with guards and
spreaders were renewed. Freight-shed and bonded warehouse were repaired, and new
stairs put in to the second story.
Bridges.—Redecking of Galloway Rapids Bridge was completed this year.
Oona River Bridge was repaired. New posts put in where necessary and parts of
decking renewed.
Queen Charlotte Islands (South End).
On Port Clements-Tlell Road reconstruction was continued until stopped by bad
weather. The plank portion was kept in repair and the gravel parts at each end of the
planks were maintained.
Skidgate-Tlell Road was kept in good condition. At Mile 19.5 road had to be
moved back some distance on account of tide erosion. All bridges were kept in repair,
stringers and decking being renewed where necessary. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 33
Tassoo River Bridge on Sewell-Tassoo Trail, on Moresby Island, was renewed.
All machinery was kept in good repair, sheds at Queen Charlotte City and at Port
Clements being constructed for protection against weather.
Queen Charlotte Islands (North End).
Masset-Tow Hill Road was kept in good repair, notwithstanding heavy Air Force
traffic.
Old Masset-New Masset Road reconstruction was completed, planking being
replaced with gravel for its entire length.
Delkatlah Shore Road was built up; Masset Townsite streets were widened; and
the road to the cemetery on the north beach was cleared out with the aid of an Air
Force tractor.
Bridges at Chown Slough and at Sangan River were completed, and new approaches
with good alignment and easy grades were constructed at both bridge-sites.
Atlin Electoral District.
No work of major importance has been undertaken in the Atlin District, with the
exception of the construction of a one-span stringer bridge over the Marmot River to
the Gold Drop Mine Trail; two bridges reconstructed, one in North Atlin and one in
Stikine Division; the extension of Bear River protection by piling; a new trail from
Meziadin Lake to the Wilby group of mineral claims on Willoughby Creek; reconstruction of the Gold Drop Mine Road; and the rehabilitation of the Whitewater Mine
Road at Tulsequah.
North Atlin.
Bridges in this division were repaired; the centre span of the Halfway Bridge on
Spruce Creek was renewed. The road to the airport was put in good shape. Ruby
Road was surfaced to the Eastman property. Spruce Creek Road and O'Donnell River
Road were ditched and surface repairs effected.
South Atlin.
An advance was made on the Bear River protection groin.
In October, 1945, heavy rains were experienced in the Stewart area, culminating in
a torrential downpour on the 13th and 14th. The Bitter Creek Bridge No. 80 was
carried away and Glacier Creek Bridge No. 85 was in danger. Glacier Creek overflowed
on to Bear River Road at Mile 4 to a depth of 3 feet. Two thousand feet of Bitter
Creek trails were washed out, and two bridges, North Fork and Runn Creek, carried
away.    Five hundred feet of the Marmot River Trail were washed away.
At Alice Arm the Dolly Varden Railway was cleared of brush and windfalls, and
the surface put in repair. Considerable damage was done to this road by the October
storm. Illiance Trail was cleared for a distance of 7 miles, and the bridge at Mile 4
reconstructed. In the Nass Valley all roads were cleared of brush and windfalls, in
particular the Aiyansh-Sand Lake Road.
Stikine.
Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake Road: Slides cleaned out, culverts repaired, ditches
cleaned, considerable gravelling done and the part of the road through the Indian
reserve fenced.
Centre pier of Tuya Bridge straightened and strengthened, and the abutments
strengthened.    Little Tahltan and 10-Mile Bridges repaired.
Police and Game Department buildings moved from Hyland to Lower Post and
put in repair. Q 34 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8 (FORT GEORGE AND OMINECA ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, J. W. Miers, Prince George.)
Fort George Electoral District.
Highway Reconstruction and Improvement.—Cariboo Road No. 25: The 30,000-
yard fill at the bottom of the Fraser River Hill, which was commenced last year, was
completed, and a creosoted stave flume with concrete portals constructed to take care
of the drainage at this point. Across the swamp below the airport a fill 1 foot in
depth and 30 feet in width was made with selected material.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3: Squirrel Creek Diversion was completed and gravelled, and a 1-mile section 3 miles farther west was reconstructed to 30-
foot road-bed width on greatly improved alignment. This was also gravel-surfaced.
Between Hansard and Sinclair Mills 4 miles were gravel-surfaced, by contract, 6 inches
deep and 16 feet wide.
Bendixon Road No. 142: Two miles were reconstructed to 24-foot road-bed width
and gravelled.
Ness Lake Road No. 58: A section of this road, 1.6 miles in length, was reconstructed to 24-foot road-bed width and gravelled.
Reid Lake Road No. 49:  A 3-mile section was regravelled.
Chief Lake Road No. 24:  Four miles were regravelled 16 feet wide.
Summit Lake Road No. 26:   Regravelling was carried out on 4 miles.
Cranbrook Road No. 217: One-half mile was reconstructed and gravelled; two 30-
inch creosoted stave culverts installed and fills made.
Fort George-Isle Pierre Road No. 28: The brush was cut on 7 miles of this road,
south of the Isle Pierre Ferry, and general repairs carried out.
Tabor Creek Road No. 165:   One and one-half miles were gravelled 12 feet wide.
Bridges.—Mud River Bridge No. 104: The concrete abutments were constructed,
completing this structure, which was commenced the previous year.
Goose Country Bridge No. 106: A pile trestle, 343 feet in length, was constructed
over a slough of the Fraser River, giving access to Indian Reserve No. 2, Shelley.
Fraser River Bridge No. 9: The north roadway of the Fraser River Bridge at
Prince George was redecked with a 4-inch longitudinal plank.
Ferries.—Service was maintained at Hansard, Miworth, Isle Pierre, and Croydon.
Concrete anchors were constructed at Isle Pierre.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was heavy, with frequent snowstorms necessitating
almost continuous operation of snow-ploughs. The average accumulated depth by
February 1st in the districts east, north, and west of Prince George was approximately
5 feet, with 5 feet 6 inches at Summit Lake. To the south of Prince George the snowfall was somewhat lighter. Owing to the large number of sawmills, there being more
than sixty within a 30-mile radius of Prince George, the mileage kept open had to be
increased considerably over that kept open the previous winter. The cost per mile
kept open was $32.79 for a total of 403 miles.
Omineca (East) Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—Maintenance of all roads was carried out very satisfactorily in spite of the scarcity of labour throughout the entire district. A great
increase in volume of traffic took place, particularly in the heavy traffic. This was the
result of the expansion in the lumbering, tie, and mine-prop industries operating in
this area. DISTRICT REPORTS. Q 35
Tax workers were largely responsible for the upkeep of the settlement roads, as
it was almost impossible to secure labour other than the farmers to carry out the minor
repairs necessary.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—The only major work undertaken was
that of trying to complete the 7-mile section of reconstruction on the Northern Trans-
Provincial Highway in the vicinity of Cluculz Lake. Owing to winter setting in at an
exceptionally early date, we found it out of the question to complete fully this work.
We did, however, put it in such condition that it was made use of during the winter
period, and no doubt this section will be completed during 1946.
Considerable improvements were carried out on the Fraser Lake-Francois Lake
Road and on the Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek Road by way of gravelling.
The Campbell-Hulatt Road No. 17 was also graded and put in condition for traffic
for a distance of 4 miles.
Bridges.—The Naultey River Bridge No. 8 was renewed. This is a pile trestle,
468 feet in length. The Nechako River Bridge No. 7 at Fort Fraser was repaired by
way of new deck throughout. These were the only two major bridge jobs undertaken.
In addition to this, some twenty-five other bridges were repaired.
Ferries.—All ferries operated throughout the season as usual.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall in this district was the heaviest experienced in many
years. All main highways were kept open during the entire winter, but it was impossible to keep open many of the settlement roads. A total of 378 miles of road was
ploughed at an average cost of $33.96 per mile.
Omineca (West) Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—The maintenance of roads was carried out as usual on
all roads. The shortage of labour still exists throughout the entire district, which
makes it difficult to carry out any major works programme.
Considerable gravelling was done on the main highway between Burns Lake and
Priestley; in all, about 8 miles were well gravelled. The approach to the Endako River
Bridge at Priestley was brought up to prevent overflow at that point. The fill at
Mile 24.12 east of Burns Lake was brought up to grade. These two places have usually
overflowed during the high-water period and have caused the road to be closed for as
much as two weeks each year.    This condition now has been eliminated.
Highway Construction.— -The only reconstruction carried out was that on the Eakin
Settlement Road No. 25.    About 2 miles of this road was reconstructed on new location.
Bridges.—The Mile 10 Bridge on the North Francois Lake Road was renewed with
a three-bay trestle. Extensive repairs were also made to Houston and Pleasant Valley
Bridges.    Some ten other bridges were repaired as required.
Ferries.—The Francois Lake Ferry operated until January 16th, at which time the
lake froze over, and services were resumed again on April 27th. During the period in
which the ferry was out of operation, the engines received a thorough overhaul and the
ship was repainted.
Snow-removal.—During the winter of 1945-46 we experienced a very heavy snowfall. The depth of snow varied from 3 to 5 feet throughout the entire district. The
main highway was kept open at all times, but we found it impossible to keep many of
the settlement and industrial roads open. It was only after we received the use of
considerable Air Force bulldozers that we were able to open up many of the side-roads.
In some instances these roads had been closed to motor-vehicle traffic for five to six
weeks. In all, 443 miles of road were ploughed during the winter at an average cost
of $36.68 per mile. Q 36 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8a  (PEACE RIVER DISTRICT).
(District Engineer, F. J. Clark, Pouce Coupe.)
Peace River Electoral District.
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained. As local timber
has proven itself unsuitable for culverts, a programme calling for the installation of
permanent culverts on final locations was started. During the year twenty corrugated
steel culverts of round and flat arch types, with diameters from 18 inches to 36 inches,
were installed; also twenty-eight circular creosoted wood-stave culverts, with diameters from 15 inches to 48 inches, were installed. Many more of local mill-sawn timber
were put in, and these will be replaced by more permanent types in the future.
Owing to the heavy hauling on Dawson Creek-Commotion Creek Road No. 8, due
to construction of the Peace River Highway and the East Pine Bridge, extra maintenance-work was done on that road.
Farmers maintained side-roads on tax work.
Reconstruction.—Road No. 5 between Shearer Dale and Doe River was raised,
widened, and ditched for 8 miles. Road No. 7 from Rolla for 2 miles west was also
raised, widened, and ditched. Road No. 8a to Moberly Lake, between Jackfish Lake
and Moberly River, was ditched, graded, and culverts put in for 6 miles.
New Construction.—Road No. 21, Kelly Lake Road, was brushed and graded for 8
miles; 6 miles still remain to be graded to connect with Kelly Lake local roads. One
mile of new road was built at Gundy, in the Sudeten Settlement, between Road No. 1
and Gundy Station on the Northern Alberta Railway.
Gravelling.—A total of 1,135 cubic yards of gravel was placed on Road No. 67,
Fort St. John streets. Three miles of Road No. 12 from Fort St. John Airport to
Beatton River were gravelled, with 3,000 cubic yards being placed. Three miles of
Road No. 13 from Fort St. John Range Station to Montney Creek were gravelled with
2,500 cubic yards. Two miles of Road No. 1 north of Pouce Coupe on hills over Dawson Creek were surfaced with 2,087 cubic yards of gravel. One mile of Road No. 3
between Pouce Coupe and the Village of Dawson Creek was gravelled with 1,000 cubic
yards.
Bridges.—One new bridge was built, Wilde Bridge No. 180, on Road No. 171 in
Willow Valley. This is a framed structure of native timber, 47 feet long, with a plank
deck.
East Pine Bridge No. 182 was commenced. Foundation pits for Piers 1 to 4 were
excavated. Cement, aggregate and reinforcing iron were delivered at the site. Owing
to winter conditions, with danger from moving ice and flood-water, work was discontinued by the contractors in February. Construction of Dawson Town Bridge No. 103
was carried out. The materials for this structure were delivered in the previous fiscal
year, but shortage of competent labour prevented the work being finished at that time.
This is a standard pile trestle with creosoted substructure, 229 feet long, designed for
15-ton loading.    The superstructure is of local mill-sawn timber.
Kiskatinaw Bridge No. 53, Buffalo No. 54, Livingstone No. 56, and Fox No. 57
were redecked and running-plank put on to care for the heavy traffic occasioned by the
construction of the Peace River Highway.
Thirteen other bridges were repaired during the year.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district were adequately maintained during the year.
Owing to the steady traffic at East Pine following the withdrawal of the ferry at
freeze-up, an ice bridge was built and maintained by flooding until the break-up. To
take care of traffic during the break-up, a basket was rigged on the overhead cable and
power supplied by the Pile-driver Hoist F46E. C3
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The Clayhurst Ferry-boat V51 was torn down, and was being rebuilt at the end
of the fiscal year. The Vivian marine engine was sent to Pouce Coupe for storage.
A new Cummins Diesel engine is to be installed, giving more power and greater speed.
A new 20-foot rowboat was supplied to the Hudson Hope Ferry for use during
low water and ice conditions.
Snow-removal.— There was a very heavy snowfall throughout the Peace River
District. The usual thaws did not occur, leaving all the accumulated snow throughout
the winter. Very high winds aggravated the situation, causing continuous drifting.
A total of 667.3 miles of road was ploughed for 7,789 snow-plough miles at a cost of
$87.66 per mile.
Buildings.—All Government buildings were maintained throughout the year. Q 38
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III. of the " Highway Act."
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1946.
Name of
Municipality.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Arterial.
Primary,
Secondary.
City Municipalities.
33r
76a
39b    1
34b
33b
32r
77a
3b
34b
35b
36r
44b
43b
78b
91b
68r
73r
101R
102R
53r
20b
75r
19r
57r
42b
37r
23b
80b
87R
lR
14r
17r
62a
14b
22b
8r
9r
62b
106b
103r
18r
67r
IOr
14b
15b
80b
68a
69a
40b
87b
103b
76r
82b
26r
60a
3r
77r
71b
Arterial	
2.00
1.50
1.35
1.11
2-40
1.75
0-73
0.18
0.63
1.00
1.51
1.21
1.63
3.25
3.70
4.05
2.65
0.90
0.92
4.22
6.38
6.15
15.27
2.25
9.00
1.96
3.53
6.14
1.12
0.78
0.93
13.72
10.82
4.04
1.60
1.06
5.43
9.00
5.15
2.37
Primary	
Secondary	
0.43
.
Armstrong-Salmon Arm	
Secondary.	
Arterial	
0.90
Primary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Cumberland Road and Union Street
Courtenay-Cumberland Road
1.10
0.36
0.21
Arterial	
Secondary	
1.06
Secondary	
Secondary	
0.69
0.21
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
District Municipalities.
Secondary	
Secondary..
1.40
3.30
Secondary	
Secondary	
3.65
Cultus Lake Road	
Monashee Road (White "Valley)	
0.88
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Secondary... .
North Road (east half)	
Clarke Road	
Ladner Marsh Road	
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu Rd.)
Scott Road (western portion)	
1.40
1.12
Primary	
Primary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary.
7 80
Parts of Bridge Street and West-
0 52
Portion of Farrell Road	
Central Arterial	
1.00
Kent 	
Trans-Provincial (Deroche-Agassiz
Road and Agassiz Ferry Road)
Harrison Hot Springs	
Trans-Provincial	
Primary	
Secondary	 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Q 39
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1946
•—Continued.
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
■—Continued.
22r
59b
69r
73b
4k
12r
23r
77b
96b
31r
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
109b
40r
42r
29b
21r
92b
78b
74b
75b
79b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29e
52r
30r
84r
57a
85b
38r
24b
26b
76b
63r
62r
32b
6r
7r
6lR
4lR
15R
2r
13r
78a
61a
90b
69b
89e
67a
71a
72a
5r
11r
49R
65a
12.46
2.00
0.74
7.88
5.27
9.10
13.00
7.16
4.54
3.23
5.89
1.70
3.65
10.00
9.00
2.50
4.73
1.00
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial	
River Rd. and Dewdney Trunk Rd	
10.80
Arterial	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary	
Primary	
Primary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
2.00
Cowichan Lake Road	
4.25
1.73
Beach Drive 	
5.06
Summerland-Penticton-Oliver Rd....
Secondary	
5.50
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk'
Road)	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road.....	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
3.50
1.90
1.70
Hammond Road	
0.90
2.00
No. 5 Road —	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
6.28
2.90
Island Highway	
Quadra Street and Saanich Road
"West Saanich Road	
Scott Road and portion of Mount
Primary	
Secondary	
                0.77
8.25
12.75
4.90
11.68
2.54
1.98
8.60
14.11
12.91
9.55
0.10
0.50
0.44
6.99 .
11.13
0.41
0.40
2.00
Trans-Provincial	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
4.20
Salmon Arm—Grande Prairie	
6.25
3.25
Spallumcheen	
Armstrong-Salmon River	
Trans-Provincial	
Secondary	
7.10
X
Pacific Highway	
Primary	
Primary	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Primary	
Primary	
Primary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary	
2.50
2.50
Marine Drive Addition	
Marine Drive -	
Nelson Avenue	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Avenue, and Bay Street	
Village Municipalities.
0.33
0.53      1      	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road	
0.18
* Formerly Peace Arch Highway. Q 40
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31ST, 1946
—Continued.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Appeox_mate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
Village Municipalities
—Continued.
105b
107b
95e
45r
70r
46k
81b
98R
99b
92r
93r
25r
24k
93b
97b
88b
104e
105b
83b
79A
94b
47r
90b
50e
58b
72b
51r
67b
86b
48r
64b
96b
97r
100r
79b
Fifth Avenue, Third Avenue, and
portion of Main Road	
Mill Road	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial....	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
0.80
0.83
0.80
0.98
1.52
1.44
1.12
0.92
0-26
1.40
0.56
0.91
2.15
0.76
0.43
3.26
1.29
0.45
1.45
1.78
1.07
1.17
0.52
0.54
2.35
2.78
0.08
1.00
1.60
	
0.42
0.47
Cranberry Lake Road and Manson
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road)
Trans-Provincial (Water Street)
Lake Cowichan	
Cowichan Lake Road and North
South Shore Road	
Second Avenue, part of Columbia
Street, and part of First Avenue—
	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
Road) '	
Abbotsford-Mission Road (Home
Seventh Street and Grand Avenue
Cedar Valley Road (easterly-half) ....
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Island Highway	
0.70
0.50
Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe	
Hilliers Road	
Island Highway	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial....-	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
1.35
0.50
Torino	
Manson Highway and First Street....
Road to Wharf ...	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road
Summary.
32.47
270.90
33.98
2.66
50.32
1.78
4.96
113 99
3.94
337.35
54.76
5.15
122.89
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in Burna
a Delta a
Road in
age—
1.40
Mission District and Mission Village
0.50
120.99 CARIBOO ROAD—TRAFFIC RECORDS.
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED,
APRIL 1st, 1945, TO MARCH 31st, 1946.
ROADS.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section 2, comprising Roads in Burnaby,
Chilliwack, Delta, Dewdney, New Westminster, North Vancouver, and Yale Electoral Districts :
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd	
Commonwealth  Construction Co.,  Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Bituminous   Surface  Treatments,   Section  4,  comprising Roads  in  Cranbrook,   Fernie,   Grand   Forks-Greenwood,   Nelson-Creston,   North
Okanagan,  South  Okanagan,  and  Similkameen  Electoral Districts :
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd.   (alternative bid)	
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section 3, comprising Roads in Columbia,  Kamloops, Lillooet, Revelstoke, and Salmon Arm Electoral
Districts :
Williams & Carrothers, Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Bituminous Surface Treatments, Section 1, comprising Roads in Alberni,
Comox,    Cowichan-Newcastle,    Esquimalt,    Nanaimo    and    The
Islands, and Saanich Electoral Districts:
Commonwealth  Construction  Co.,  Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd -"■	
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd	
E. R. Taylor	
Summit Lake-Azouzetta Lake, Peace River Highway, Section A:
Campbell Construction Co	
General Construction Co., Ltd., and Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
Azouzetta Lake-Commotion Creek, Peace River Highway, Section B:
Fred Mannix & Co., Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co	
General Construction Co., Ltd., and Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Western Construction & Lumber Co. and New Westminster Construction
Co	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
Drought's Hill Section, Okanagan Highway:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Spences Bridge-Cache Creek, Trans-Canada Highway:
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Coast Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Campbell Contracting Co., Ltd	
$50,542.00
$54,609.50
55,039.00
81,404.00      Awarded.
$80,804.00
30,067.00
46,740.00
$53,104.00
53,155.50
54,965.00
1,823,555.00
$1,897,506.00
2,275,626.00
1,308,940.00
$1,604,046.00
1,945,762.00
2,137,080.00
2,383,120.00
86,276.65
$87,448.50
$86,855.50
$111,302.82
116,572.60
128,039.00
Remarks.
Awarded.
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Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
Q 47
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
ROADS—Continued.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Chase-Salmon Arm:
$46,119.50
$55,243.00'
32,390.00
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Road:
Stanley C. Budd	
$50,406.80
43,034.82
Huntingdon-Mission Highway, C Street Extension:
$45,796.96
52,416.80
52,911.30
55,792.34
36,545.50
Commercial Hotel-Pitt River Bridge:
$36,731.60
40,703.80
43,180.80
48,205.40
56,230.00
57,731.60
1,316,477.00
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd—                    	
Stanley C.  Budd	
Hope-Skaist River Crossing, Hope-Princeton Highway, Section A:
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
$1,367,240.00
1,647,181.50
1,697,513.00
1,966,519.00
1,576,109.00
Skaist River-Pbinceton, Hope-Princeton Highway, Section B:
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
$1,875,136.75
1,920,057.00
2,011,499.00
2,261,207.24
86,718.55
Cariboo Road, Mile 83 to Mile 94:
$92,326.90
95,510.31
35,103.50
Hall Creek Diversion:
$38,669.50
50,912.50
KS 887.00
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
ROADS—Continued.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Creston-Arrow Creek Road :
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Campbell Contracting Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Stanley C.  Budd	
Assiniboia Engineering Co	
Prince George-Summit Lake, 28 Miles, Peace River Highway:
Campbell Construction Co. and Fred Mannix & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
East Pine-Progress:
Campbell Construction Co. and Fred Mannix & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Kootenay Bay-Gray Creek, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Fred Mannix & Co., Ltd	
Campbell Construction Co	
Northern  Construction  Co	
$38,671.30
$40,441.25
40,679.50
41,237.00
55,155.00
418,085.50
$425,032.76
427,100.00
437,047.00
174,173.50
$181,740.20
183,711.60
262,649.74
$263,867.00
280,166.48
283,426.40
299,872.60
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS.
Q 49
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
BRIDGES.
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Construction op Glenlyon, Webber, and Lamonte Bridges on Habdy Bay
Painting op Taghum Bridge over Kootenay River at Taghum:
$1,625.00
Cleaning and Painting Courtenay River Bridge at Courtenay, Vancouver
Island :
$3,000.00
R. Mitchell 	
$3,400.00
157,795.28
Substructure for Highway Bridge over Pine River at East Pine:
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
$228,336.80
197,051.40
Superstructure for Highway Bridge over Pine River at East Pine:
$204,523.80
14,585.46
Substructure for Haslam Creek Bridge on Island Highway near Cassidy,
Vancouver Island:
$19,736.66
19,995.92
16,850.00
Superstructure for Haslam Creek Bridge on Island Highway near Cassidy, Vancouver Island:
$35,855.00
36,913.00 Q 50
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
BUILDINGS.
Description of "Work.
Tenderers.
Amount.
Remarks.
Girls* Industrial School, Vancouver, alter-
Halse-Martin Construction Co., Ltd.
$7,191.00
7,330.00
10,490.00
10,553.00
154,798.00
156,500.00
158,812.00
159,985.00
162,250.00
26,857.00
27,135.00
31,174.00
36,500'.00
8,215.00
10,500.00
10,655.00
Awarded.
One-hundred-bed   Hospital,   Unit   No.   2,
Essondale
Moncrieff Construction Co., Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Gostick Construction Co., Ltd	
Awarded.
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd.
Commonwealth Construction Co.
J. N. Dezell & Son 	
Library, Prince George
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Commonwealth Construction Co.
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
Lockup
5,350.00
8,251.00
8,251.00
13,995.00
14,344.00
14,475.00
14,609.00
14,682.00
14,981.00
17,351.00
17,535.00
11,848.00
13,982.00'
14,550.00
10,152.80
10,152.80
12,527.72
12,666.50
15,240.00
16,400.00
24,320.00'
8,335.00
9,391.00
9,650.00
10,282.00
10,740.00
611,900.00
652,685.00
689,470.00
758,078.00
Columbia, Point Grey
J. J. Doyle & Sons	
E. H. Shockley	
Coast Construction Co., Ltd T	
Bennett &  White Construction  Co.
Addition    to    Land    Registry    Office    at
Kamloops
Commonwealth Construction Co.
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Awarded.
G. W. Ledingham & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Not awarded.
Commonwealth Construction Co.
Turley Bros., Ltd	
Admission Unit, Essondale:
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Awarded.
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Smith Bros. & Wilson, Ltd. TENDERS.
Q 51
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
BUILDINGS—Continued.
Description of Work.
Tenderers.
Amount.
Remarks.
Admission Unit, Essondale—Continued.
$75,723.00
83,767.00
81,582.00
84,282.00
55,965.00
56,500.00
57,667.00
58,751.00
878.30
991.00
546,831.00
552,500.00
558,285.00
574,896.00
602,062.00
610,000.00
53,221.00
56,120.00
56,674.00
61,704.00
40,810.00
41,388.00
43,436.00
43,960.00
120,000'.00
138,966.00
128,386.00
6,245.00
11,407.02
2,242.00
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
W. A. Orr	
Physics  Building,   University of  British
Columbia:
Bennett & White Construction Co.
Commonwealth Construction Co.
Acme Plumbing & Heating Service
Commonwealth Construction Co.
Victoria    Marine   Electrical    Engineering Co., Ltd.
Not   awarded   (electrical only). Q 52
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
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REPORT OF THE CHIEF ACCOUNTANT^
In submitting the annual statement of expenditures for the fiscal year 1945-46,
I would like to point out that the gross expenditure of $8,172,780 is an increase of
$1,917,263 over that of last fiscal year, and the revenue collected of $628,851.15 is an
increase of $161,363.14 over the previous fiscal year's collections. The increase in
expenditure resulted in the total number of vouchers passing through the Department
rising from 42,650 to a total of 53,040.
With the return of a number of experienced personnel from leave on active service,
this Branch is now able to spend more time in developing the personnel records of the
Department. We hope to be able to have on file a complete personnel history of every
Departmental employee.
Through the co-operation of the Purchasing Commission we are now purchasing
from the War Assets large quantities of supplies for distribution through our Langford
warehouse. We have undoubtedly saved the Government considerable money in adopting this policy, and also obtain supplies that are difficult and sometimes impossible to
obtain from wholesale or retail outlets.
In anticipation of an ever-increasing amount of work to be handled through this
Branch, we have ordered the latest type of National Cash bookkeeping-machine. It
will have a larger capacity than any previous one used in the Government service and
may also be adapted for the preparation of financial statements.
It has been decided to appoint an Accounting Inspector of District Offices to verify
pay-rolls and examine other district office records to see that they are kept in accordance
with Departmental instructions. It is anticipated that such examinations will result
in greater efficiency.
Respectfully submitted.
.   . A. W. E.  PlTKETHLEY.
January 6th, 194-7. ' .     .. Q 60 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY.
Vote 168. Minister's Office  $12,096.59
Vote 169. Administration   359,990.28
Vote 170. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds (see
Credits, $5,069.53)    202,556.58
Vote 171. Government House (Maintenance)   31,119.02
Vote 174. Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings (except Parliament Buildings and Government House)
(see Credits, $56,002.86)   509,342.22
Vote 175. Highway Signs (Grants)   350.00
Vote 176. Steam-boiler Inspection (see Credits, $39,050.55)  38,843.76
Vote 177. Electrical Energy Inspection   27,627.91
Vote 178. Dewdney Dyking Commission (Grant)   2,500.00
Total,  Votes   168-171   and   174-178   (for   details  see   Public
Accounts  $1,184,426.36
Vote 172. Roads  $1,830,042.19
Roads, Cariboo Highway (see Credits, $66,929.36)   58,994.38
Bridges        467,962.04
Perries (see Credits, $73,100.04)         308,807.52
Wharves (see Credits, $10,200)   7,324.63
Machinery         182,820.28
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Bridges, Perries, Wharves, etc     2,855,951.04
Vote 173. Local Highways within Municipal Limits         30,313.23
Vote 130. Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails (see Mines Department).— 64,055.12
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a) —
Roads  ,     $84,048.99
Garages        12,752.28
Ferries        10,157.30
Paving and Surfacing     106,437.83
Gravel-crushing (Credit, $3,352.63)
Total, Sec. 2 (a), Roads, Ferries, etc      $210,043.77
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (6)   (Pine
Pass Highway)—■
Roads   $119,862.08
Bridges        13,183.15
Surveys 1       23,572.32
Total, Sec. 2 (6), Roads, Bridges, etc        156,617.55
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c) —
Buildings   $446,828.66
Total, Sec. 2 (c), Buildings         446,828.66
Total  expenditure,  " Revenue   Surplus  Appropriation  Act,"
1944         813,489.98
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) —
Roads   $799,222.12
Bridges   1,814.52
Ferries    11,355.27
Garages   23,139.76
Gravel-crushing   93,002.12
Paving and Surfacing  437,305.54
Total   expenditure,   " Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation   Act,
1945"     1,365,839.33
Statutory. " Civil Service Act, 1945," Sec. 78 (1)  (Cost-of-living Bonus)          65,547.62
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account
(see Credits, Revenue, $378,706.60)   62,672.47
Carried forward. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 61
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
Brought forward '.  $6,442,295.15
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6—
Roads   $244,792.71
Bridges  .  172,983.24
Ferries   1,425.00
Surveys  225,702.85
Gravel-crushing (Credit, $10,662.43)
Surfacing   1,873.31
Local Roads   15,000.00
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1935       $651,114.68
" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6—
Roads        $2,022.51
Less credit        2,022.51
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1936 	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—
Roads   $5,088.58
Ferries   217,859.05
Buildings    99,782.18
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1939         322,729.81
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (o) —
Roads   $711,168.89
Bridges        33,250.38
Ferries        12,221.61
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1943         756,640.88
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1935, 1936, 1939, 1943     1,730,485.37
Total expenditure, Public Works (gross)   $8,172,780.52
CREDITS.
General Account.
Vote 170. Heating King's Printer Building       $5,069.53
Vote 174. Payment by Department of National Defence (Army)  $31,699.38
Rentals   (sundry buildings)       24,303.48
Total credits, Vote 174       56,002.86
Vote 176. Steam-boiler Inspection   $39,050.55
Less transferred to Miscellaneous Revenue   207.79
Total credits, Vote 176        38,842.76
Vote 172. Cariboo Highway tolls   $66,929.36
Ferries—
South Okanagan  (Kelowna-Westbank)    43,804.75
Nelson-Creston (Kuskanook-Gray Creek)   27,986.95
Yale (North Bend-Boston Bar)  „_. 1,308.34
Prince Rupert (wharfage dues and rentals)   10,200.00
Total credits, Vote 172     150,229.40
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge)  Operating Account:
Revenue      378,706.60 Q 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
SUMMARY, PUBLIC WORKS.
Credits and
Gross. Contributions.   Net Expenditure.
Public Works  (General)  .  $4,262,965.84 $628,851.15 $3,634,114.69
Public   Works    (Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation
Acts)      2,179,329.31   2,179,329.31
Public Works  (Capital)       1,730,485.37   1,730,485.37
Total, Public Works   $8,172,780.52    $628,851.15    $7,543,929.37 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 63
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Beaver Creek   $641.59
10.    Central Lake   644.32
Sundry roads  (units under $150)  32.20
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        $1,318.11
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
100.    Canadian Highway   $285.09
33R. Arterial Highway  (Alberni)     73.95
53R. Arterial Highway (Port Alberni)   196.29
76a. Primary Highwav  (Alberni)    177.25
Sundry roads (units under $150)   273.38
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing         1,005.96
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
1. Beaver Creek   $1,612.51
100. Canadian Highway   527.30
10. Central Lake   1,383.58
11. Cherry Creek   220.34
38. Lake Shore   385.96
18. Tofino-Ucluelet     3,797.24
33R. Arterial Highway (Alberni)   63.45
Sundry roads (units under $150)   755.42
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads         8,745.80
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
1.    Beaver Creek        $6,417.19
10.    Central Lake  :         8,328.41
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing :_..„       14,745.60
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
66.    Bamfield trails        $2,030.82 $2,030.82
183.    Bainbridge          192.57 192.57
1.    Beaver Creek             $15.94 3,617.57 3,633.51
128.    Bell        293.47 293.47
4.    Bigmore        223.33 223.33
100.    Canadian Highway             370.68 1,427.03 1,797.71
10. Central Lake                 5.16 3,024.12 3,029.28
11. Cherry Creek                2.40 642.66 645.06
24.    Faber       823.31 823.31
27.    Grandview       374.55 374.55
34.    Kitsuksus       159.22 159.22
38.    Lake Shore        753.82 753.82
47.    McCoy Lake  :       177.46 177.46
8.    Refuge Cove        199.72 199.72
57.    Smith        708.16 708.16
126.    Thornton        2,700.00 2,700.00
18.    Tofino-Ucluelet        1,314.47 1,314.47
40.    Woodward        227.62 227.62
36.    Zeballos        2,490.40 2,490.40
Carried forward  $394.18    $21,380.30    $21,774.48    $25,815.47 Q 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward  $394.18    $21,380.30    $21,774.48    $25,815.47
Reg. No.
33r. Arterial Highway (Alberni)  —
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Stores	
Garage
Plant and tools
568.31
568.31
,453.39
2,453.39
230.91
230.91
80.20
80.20
302.64
302.64
$394.18    $25,015.75    $25,409.93
	
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       25,409.93
'
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
76a. Primary Highway   $116.05
39b.  Secondary Highway   27.48
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways  143.53
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
93.    Kitsuksus   $1,843.31
95. River Bend   1,341.61
96. Sheshaht  717.48
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    708.31
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance          4,610.71
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
53. Artlish River Trail   $100.00
19. China Creek Road to Havilah Mine  2,600.00
77. Franklin Creek   7,500.00
112. Kennedy River Road to Rose Marie  500.00
120. Road to Fil-Mil Group  1,000.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails       11,700.00
Total expenditure, Alberni District     $67,679.64
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
15.    Ruby  $190.79
17.    Spruce   595.77
1.    Surprise Lake  368.63
Plant repair and rentals   470.39
Sundry roads (units under $150)   71.28
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads       $1,696.86
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Atlin Airport  $996.15
46.    Atlin streets   196.24
8.    Indian River  263.37
17.    Spruce Creek  2,139.73
1.    Surprise Lake  581.39
Plant and tools  202.75
Plant repair and rentals   795.13
Sundry roads (units under $150)   528.81
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        5,703.57
Carried forward       $7,400.43 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 65
ATLIN DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Brought forward   ..          .           - _                   — .      .. .
$7,400.43
Reg.
15
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
No.
Halfway                                                   __                $1,220.87
26.
McKee Creek                                            _                     229.36
Sundry bridges (units under $150)                                                             80.76
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance
1,530.99
15
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Ruby Road (to Columbia Development)          —_                     $288.51
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
288.51
Total expenditures, Atlin District (North)  	
$9,219.93
ATLIN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
69.    Aiyansh-Sand Lake   $225.50
138a. Landing   171.48
Sundry roads (units under $150)   165.48
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads   $562.46
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Bear River Protection   $1,867.79
63.    Bear River  _'  1,084.40
84.    Dolly Varden Railway   315.98
138A. Landing   179.24
66.    Salmon River   896.42
Plant and tools   396.15
Plant repair and rentals   35.96
Sundry roads (units under $150)   344.64
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads         5,120.58
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
72r
Arterial Highway               . . -       —    -
Snow-removal.
$364.59
86.24
General.
Total.
$364.59
86.24
336.98
1,498.81
89.30
486.03
326.10
695.14
6,517.39
643.88
3,443.64
133.23
364.88
539.46
71.
Bear-Nass Trail      	
Bear River protection 	
Bear River      .                        „ -	
$336.98
699.91
63.
798.90
89.30
73.
Big Missouri ...                    _
123.
Big Missouri—Tide Lake Trail
486.03
326.10
360.82
2,593.84
337.45
3,443.64
133.23
364.88
539.46
139.
Cemetery _    _ __       ...         	
84.
66.
Dolly Varden Railway  '	
Salmon River _       ..   .   .      ...   __
334.32
3,923.55
306.43
102.
Stewart-Hyder                 	
Supervision, " A"            	
Plant repairs and rentals (Credit, $84.24)
Plant and tools
Stewart Garage  (Credit, $34.42)
Stores
Sundry roads  (units under $150)
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails,
Carried forward 	
$5,903.33
$9,503.68
$15,407.01
and Streets
15,407.01
$21,090.05 Q 66 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ATLIN DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward      $21,090.05
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
80.    Bitter Creek   $225.80
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   526.86
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance  752.66
Vote 172—Ferries.
2.    Upper Nass—Grease Harbour          $608.57
Total, Vote 172—Ferries   608.57
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Willoughby Creek Trail   $5,000.00
67.    American Creek Trail   298.97
83.    Illiance River Trail   384.90
150.    Tulsequah River Road   5,809.38
152.    Gold Drop Road  1,500.00
Gold Drop Bridge :  2,930.42
109.    Unuk River Trail   3,000.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails       18,923.67
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)      $41,374.95
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
51.    Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake       $1,689.80
Plant repair and rentals   453.31
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    36.65
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        $2,179.76
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
51.    Telegraph Creek—Dease Lake   $2,679.80
61.    Telegraph Creek streets   607.94
Plant repair and rentals   114.54
Plant and tools   510.03
Sundry roads (units under $150)   110.00
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        4,022.31
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
61.    Little   Tahltan     $211.28
67.    Second South Fork   793.36
72.    Tuya    613.19
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   799.42
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance         2,417.25
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)       $8,619.32
Total expenditure, Atlin District  $59,214.20 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 67
Reg. No
Ir. Kingsway   -
14r. Hastings-Barnet
17r. Central Arterial
BURNABY DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
         $324.43
  287.57
.              4,198.44
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a)-
Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Ir. Kingsway        $1,458.91
14r. Hastings-Barnet          2,641.82
17a. Central Arterial          2,946.19
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a)-
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Paving
and Surfacing.
Ir. Kingsway    $38.12
17R. Central Arterial   1,518.71
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
62a. Grandview-Douglas   (Burnaby Municipality)  $622.83
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a)-
Paving and Surfacing (Classified Highways)	
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails
and Streets.
Snow-removal.
IR. Kingsway   $8.74
14R. Hastings-Barnet      	
17R. Central Arterial
Sundry roads  (units under $150) 	
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)   	
Plant repair and rentals	
 (Credit, $886.25)
Plant and tools 	
General.
$2,455.73
3,075.88
3,545.96
56.42
Total.
$2,464.47
3,075.88
3,545.96
56.42
35.64
273.03
35.64
273.03
3.74
3,556.41
3,565.15
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
Snow-removal.        General.
62a. Grandview-Douglas     $31.77      $3,317.10
14b. North
22b. Riverway
47.76
185.67
Total.
$3,348.87
47.76
185.67
$31.77      $3,550.53      $3,582.30
2. Mill No. 2
3. Washout  ..
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways	
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
$45.57
168.77
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Vote 172—Bridges:  Classified.
Brunette  (on 14b)  	
Guichon (on 62a) 	
$22.59
30.29
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Classified
Total expenditure, Burnaby District .
$4,810.44
7,046.92
1,556.83
622.83
8,565.15
3,582.30
214.34
52.88
$26,451.69 Q 68 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (NORTH).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
10.    Cariboo        $2,425.44
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        $2,425.44
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Garages.
Equipment shed   $208.31
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Garages   208.31
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
5.    Keithley    $268.09
10.    Cariboo   5,664.50
19.    Macalister-Beaver Lake   171.92
31. Barkerviile-Yanks Peak (Cariboo Hudson)    713.78
32. Fraser     1,610.28
38.    Barkerviile    ■-  4,053.41
59. Nazko    2,880.14
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic     268.43
82.    Higdon   153.92
140.    Gilbert   372.40
162.    Durrell     205.60
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   688.81
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        17,051.28
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :  Bridges.
47.    Deep Creek   $184.53
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    92.50
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec.  2   (a) —
Bridges   277.03
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
47r. Cariboo (arterial highway)        $5,953.45
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  .'.         5,953.45
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
5.    Keithley             $190.00 $402.03 $592.03
105.    Cariboo            4,591.24 9,281.22 13,872.46
14.    Hill        202.36 202.36
23.    Soda  Creek-McLeese                75.86 563.21 639.07
29.    Barkerville-Bear Lake        1,592.58 1,592.58
32.    Fraser              951.18 6,129.60 7,080.78
38.    Barkerviile          14,896.06 7,629.45 22,525.51
45.    Dragon Lake   (west)               241.89 409.18 651.07
58. Blackwater              242.44 1,762.13 2,004.57
59. Nazko               192.82 1,213.31 1,406.13
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic            272.50 127.83 400.33
82.    Higdon        175.28 175.28
146.    Brownscombe         186.63 186.63
179.    Thorley          211.15 211.15
47R. Cariboo (arterial highway)         726.14 726.14
Sundry roads  (units under $150)               69.40 1,740.57 1,809.97
Stamp  Account         16.53 16.53
Carried forward     $21,723.39    $32,369.20    $54,092.59    $25,915.51 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 69
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward     $21,723.39    $32,369.20    $54,092.59    $25,915.51
Machinery     705.02 705.02
Undistributed stores     330.06 330.06
Plant and tools    2,082.57 2,082.57
Plant repair and rentals     3,371.47 3,371.47
Garage Account  (Credit, $486.55)
$21,723.39    $38,371.77    $60,095.16
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets      60,095.16
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
3.    Antler Creek, No. 2   $157.68
12.    Baker Creek   3,109.74
25.    Perkin's Gulch  _..  165.54
27.    Bouchie, No. 2   257.67
31.    Canyon Creek   708.74
69. Four Mile, No. 1   1,170.01
70. Four Mile, No. 2   977.22
71. Four Mile, No. 3   187.59
76.    First Creek   221.20
80.    Peterson's   191.52
97.    Quesnel River   4,013.64
133.    Little Cottonwood   233.32
137. Big Corral Creek  >  276.66
138. Batnuni    2,595.60
142.    Nazko   1,506.28
146.    Natanika   184.23
233.    General   150.61
298.    Blackwater, No. 2  1,292.76
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,799.99
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance      19,200.00
Vote 172—Ferries.
1. Alexandria   $2,081.57
2. Gravel   3,617.89
3. Macalister   2,105.32
4. Soda Creek   2,899.32
Total, Vote 172—Ferries        10,704.10
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
430.    Quesnel Court-house, sidewalk  $500.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  500.00
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
2-135.    Downey Pass Road to Big Valley Creek  $500.00
2-144.    Quesnel River Road   3,414.82
2-139.    Cariboo Hudson Road  500.00
2-167.    Keithley-Yanks Peak Road   23.30
2-122A. Ahbou Lake Trail  200.00
2-125.    Swift River Trail   100.00
2-139C Upper Antler Creek Road (old Barkerville-Keithley Road)  75.00
2-140.    Proserpine Mountain Road   2,119.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails        6,932.12
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)   $123,346.89 Q 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
Reg. No.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 83-93       $2,342.06
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys      $2,342.06
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 83-94 (engineering expenditures)        $2,995.74
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads        2,995.74
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
10. Cariboo   $5,871.74
11. Williams Lake Cut-off   259.24
15.    Likely   981.04
18.    Chilcotin  208.75
306.    Big Creek   858.76
313.    Bradley Creek  703.15
316.    Burgess  433.80
318. Canim Lake   1,226.48
319. Deka Lake-Canim Lake  3,232.72
334.    Empire Valley   900.00
342.    Hanceville-Canoe   503.41
367.    Mile 70-Lone Butte  250.00
370.    Mile 93-Bridge Lake  1,451.18
405.    Tatlayoko   280.00
419.    Horsefly   444.22
425.    Upper Horsefly   455.32
449.    Dempsey Lake   536.72
454. Horsefly Cut-off   1,241.39
455. Montana Lake  200.00
Sundry roads (units under $150)   168.75
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a) —
Roads       20,206.67
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Moving machinery, B.C. Power Commission       $221.62 $221.62
10. Cariboo        $1,781.71 2,450.23 4,231.94
11. Williams Lake Cut-off             815.37 667.45 1,482.82
15.    Likely         2,718.83 1,967.29 4,686.12
18.    Chilcotin            2,689.60 9,882.38 12,571.98
37.    Williams  Lake-57-Mile             292.25 1,447.70 1,739.95
305. Big Creek-Robertson        156.31 156.31
306. Big Creek             207.99 265.49 473.48
314.    Bridge Lake (north)            147.66 77.93 225.59
318. Canim Lake           575.69 353.69 929.38
319. Deka Lake-Canim Lake             640,56 222.60 863.16
332.    Eagle Creek       390.85 390.85
334.    Empire Valley      499.00 499.00
342.    Hanceville-Canoe        1,440.18 1,440.18
352. Lake              32.10 354.14 386.24
353. Little Timothy Mountain           131.33 1,073.61 1,204.94
358.    Meldrum Creek               44.48 1,383.31 1,427.79
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake         1,215.62 1,318.70 2,534.32
371. Mile 100-Roe Lake            429.97 375.99 805.96
380.    Mile 137-Springhouse        345.00 345.00
383.    Mile 168-Williams Lake              75.88 150.84 226.72
389.    Pigeon _          292.99 292.99
393.    Riske Creek-Gang Ranch        154.58 154.58
405.    Tatlayoko        194.98 194.98
411.    Alexis Creek-Nazko        330.84 330.84
Carried forward     $11,799.04    $26,017.70    $37,816.74    $25,544.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 71
CARIBOO DISTRICT   (SOUTH.)—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward    $11,799.04    $26,017.70 $37,816.74   $25,544.47
Reg. No.
413.    Bear Lake   I            464.09 464.09
1            189.83 189.83
417.    Beaver Valley             407.67        1,065.64 1,473.31
419.    Horsefly   f     1,331.85        5,116.88 6,448.73
I         3,036.48 3,036.48
421.    Horsefly Lake                  322.01 322.01
425.    Upper Horsefly               99.61           284.58 384.19
433.    Taseko Lake                754.59 754.59
438.    Johnston  .'.                242.32 242.32
454.    Horsefly Cut-off              45.82       2,066.78 2,112.60
79R. Soda Creek-Williams Lake               1,009.67 1,009.67
Sundry roads (units under $150)            462.13        1,313.76 1,775.89
Camp equipment                  660.84 660.84
Plant and tools               1,903.41 1,903.41
Plant Repair and Rental Account             2,151.29 2,151.29
Garage Account  (Credit, $495.89)
$14,146.12    $46,103.98    $60,250.10
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets      60,250.10
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
18.    Big Lake  $349.98
85.    Horsefly   1,028.63
329.    Houseman   316.34
358.    Jim Creek  1,650.64
388.    Ladoucer  1,615.36
392.    Banning   157.06
458.    Kistner   292.52
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,897.85
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance        7,308.38
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
433.    Taseko Lake Road       $1,200.00
537.    Trails from Club Creek to falls of Horsefly River  175.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails        1,375.00
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)     $94,477.95
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
61r. Old Yale          $961.94
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads  $961.94
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
16. Vedder Canal   $3,486.56
28. Sumas River   34.98
29. Sumas Drainage Canal   289.99
55. Ferry Slough   2,804.00
87. Popcum, No. 1   14.82
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges         6,630.35
Carried forward        $7,592.29 Q 72 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $7,592.29
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
C Street extension to Huntingdon-Mission Highway      $24,204.05
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads       24,204.05
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Reg. No.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $482.87
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway   271.92
12R. Abbotsford-Mission   1,226.48
6.    Columbia Valley   4,118.45
Sundry roads (units under $150)   JL  219.80
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          6,319.52
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway  $202.56
9r. Rosedale Ferry Road          2,205.96
12r. Abbotsford-Mission     .    5,927.73
13.    Hope-Rosedale        11,601.23
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing       19,937.48
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $737.16
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway   2,058.08
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway   639.49
12r. Abbotsford-Mission   1,431.74
6lR. Old Yale   2,847.31
6.    Columbia Valley   3,081.08
10.    Elgey   333.68
13.    Hope-Rosedale   268.32
28.    Rosedale Perry  240.27
32.    Huntingdon Townsite   494.32
Sundry roads (units under $150)    476.98
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        12,608.43
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
13.    Hope-Rosedale      $11,269.81
Total,  "Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation  Act,  1945,"  Sec.  2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing       11,269.81
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
4.    Chilliwack River        $1,022.63 $1,022.63
6.    Columbia Valley        1,808.26 1,808.26
9.    Dent        552.47 552.47
13.    Hope-Rosedale   $142.05 5,124.25 5,266.30
24.    McKay       188.62 188.62
26.    Popcum         157.64 157.64
28.    Rosedale  Ferry        558.48 558.48
31. Sumas Mountain        312.69 312.69
32. Huntingdon Townsite        2,500.97 2,500.97
C Street extension        237.31 237.31
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway  33.68        3,881.57        3,915.25
Carried forward._   $175.73    $16,344.89    $16,520.62    $81,931.58 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 73
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward          $175.73    $16,344.89 $16,520.62    $81,931.58
Reg. No.
5r. Trans-Provincial Highway               1.50          471.44 472.94
6R. Trans-Provincial Highway               20.37        5,554.99 5,575.36
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon              94.96           788.82 883.78
8R. Trans-Provincial Highway            313.40        3,796.27 4,109.67
9r. Rosedale Ferry             173.96           537.37 711.33
12r. Abbotsford-Mission             130.01        1,165.39 1.295.40
61r. Old Yale             38.32        1,610.25 1,648.57
Sundry roads (units under $150)               74.04           828.09 902.13
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)                    28.35 28.35
Plant and tools                 138.32 138.32
$1,022.29    $31,264.18    $32,286.47
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        32,286.47
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
62b. Sardis   $129.64
106b. Cultus Lake   273.74
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways  403.38
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
16.    Vedder Canal   $878.20
29. Sumas Canal   597.31
30. Watt Creek  176.31
55.    Ferry Slough  1,772.75
79.    Cheam    150.19
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   255.24
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance         3,830.00
Vote 172—Bridges:   Classified.
20.    Vedder River (on 62b)   $230.52
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Classified  230.52
Vote 172—Perries.
7.    Agassiz-Rosedale   $11,465.32
7.    Agassiz Ferry Landing   177.14
7.    Rosedale Ferry Landing   506.14
Total, Vote 172—Ferries  _.       12,148.60
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Straiton Road Bridge  (Matsqui Municipality)    $338.00
River-bank protection (Ballam Slough)          2,325.23
Ryder Lake Road (Chilliwack Municipality)          1,000.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits        3,663.23
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District   $134,493.78
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Golden streets        $1,336.15
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a)-—
Roads        $1,336.15
Carried forward       $1,336.15 Q 74
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward .
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway      $18,636.06
Golden streets          4,294.83
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,'1
Roads 	
Sec. 2   (a)-
$1,336.15
22,930.89
1.
2.
6.
7.
14.
37.
38.
42.
84.
87.
91.
280.
303.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway (Golden main street)
$6,246.53
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a)-
Paving and Surfacing	
Vote 172-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterment:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Kootenay-Columbia Highway
West Side	
Athalmer 	
Campbell 	
Mitchell 	
Blaeberry 	
Moberly Branch 	
Golden-Donald Upper
Hawke	
Snow-removal.
$3,541.77
286.26
47.49
546.33
112.50
60.66
58.30
526.47
Golden-Leanchoil 	
Golden Cemetery 	
Trans-Canada Highway  (Big Bend
Section) 	
Oster 	
Canal Flats streets 	
Golden streets	
Invermere streets 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150).
Plant and tools	
Supervision
Plant Repair and Rental Account :	
 (Credit, $7,533.41)
402.53
23.34
1,194.60
646.59
20.78
645.19
General.
$16,858.96
2,817.61
469.46
104.78
283.70
178.63
95.66
188.96
160.68
2,552.18
159.90
5,951.61
386.10
199.59
613.52
241.47
1,082.61
1,411.48
2,344.25
Total.
$20,400.73
3,103.87
516.95
651.11
396.20
239.29
153.96
715.43
160.68
2,954.71
183.24
7,146.21
386.10
199.59
1,260.11
262.25
1,727.80
1,411.48
2,344.25
$8,112.81    $28,567.74    $36,680.55
6,246.53
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets
36,680.55
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
202.
73.
69.
245.
240.
53.
4.
232.
257.
59.
255.
201.
200.
8.
212.
Amore 	
Blaeberry Upper
Botts 	
Bush River 	
Falls Creek	
Horsethief 	
Kicking Horse	
McCaull 	
Middle River	
South Salmon	
Sullivan River .	
Tillicum 	
Tyee 	
Washout Creek ....
Yoho
Sundry bridges  (units under $150).
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance
Carried forward   	
$356.68
504.97
251.08
2,412.82
186.39
293.10
520.28
189.38
190.23
196.47
1,534.68
351.63
344.62
3,760.91
382.69
1,413.61
12,889.54
$80,083.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 75
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $80,083.66
Vote 172—Ferries:   Maintenance.
Richter's Basket Ferry  $67.40
Total, Vote 172—Ferries:   Maintenance  67.40
Total expenditure, Columbia District     $80,151.06
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Reg. No.
196.    Island Highway (Rosewall Revision)     $42,424.44
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads     $42,424.44
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
71.    Glenlyon   $826.08
150.    Sacht's Crossing       39,055.17
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges        39,881.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
8.    Comox Road   $118.26
196.    Island Highway, Fanny Bay-Royston  33.57
196.    Island Highway, Parksville-Nanoose   4,039.21
474.    Canadian   Highway,   Parksville-Cameron   Lake   (Cathedral
Grove)    16,058.77
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys       20,249.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
196.    Island Highway  $922.16
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads :  922.16
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a): Garages.
Courtenay Garage       $5,556.59
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Garages          5,556.59
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec: 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
196.    Island Highway     $11,003.50
32r. Island Highway (arterial, Courtenay)   8.65
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing       11,012.15
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
1.    Alert Bay (Cormorant Island)  $285.81
8. Comox  969.31
9. Cumberland   311.46
10. Headquarters   299.16
11. Royston    184.00
16.    Comox Church   270.77
49.    Campbell River  859.91
60.    Endall   209.78
67.    Knight   176.64
71.    Hardy Bay   496.00
Carried forward ...,.            $4,062.84 $120,046.40 Q 76 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward   $4,062.84 $120,046.40
Reg. No.
76.    Central (Hornby Island)  169.45
93.    Lake Trail   175.16
96.    Little River  1,706.55
105.    Dove Creek   152.21
162.    Sayward  1,678.55
196.    Island Highway   6,431.10
256.    Hospital    454.18
341.    Hilliers   204.25
350.    Moilliet   157.65
376.    Temple   168.68
453.    Forbidden Plateau   357.70
474.    Canadian Highway   2,806.23
488.    Dumont   156.00
490.    Errington   371.46
504.    Jingle Pot   153.78
Sundry roads   11,090.45
Courtenay office  1,528.65
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        31,824.89
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Garages.
Courtenay Garage     $21,639.76
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Garages        21,639.76
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
196.    Island Highway      $26,134.27 "
256.    Hospital Road         1,939.75
32r. Island Highway (arterial, Courtenay)          1,428.00
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing       29,502.02
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterment:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
1. Alert Bay  (Cormorant Island)       $251.78 $251.78
2. Andertor,             $12.74 391.86 404.60
8. Comox                 9.01 854.57 863.58
9. Cumberland               60.56 423.73 484.29
10. Headquarters               28.38 512.86 541.24
11. Royston               55.57 645.02 700.59
12. Bevan                82.01 128.17 210.18
14.    Lazo                 3.94 1,304.22 1,308.16
38.    Seaford (Cortes Island)       531.81 531.81
48. Squirrel Cove (Cortes Island)       199.57 199.57
49. Campbell River             149.51 1,697.82 1,847.33
54.    Denman  (Denman Island)              11.27 163.61 174.88
71.    Hardy Bay        1,509.68 1,509.68
74.    Peterson                 2.42 161.55 163.97
76. Central (Hornby Island)      374.99 374.99
77. Goose Spit (Hornby Island)       259.83 259.83
93.    Lake Trail               35.09 352.48 387.57
111.    Merville                 8.83 150.44 159.27
113.    Tsolum River                 5.12 188.63 193.75
124.    Carwithen        510.05 510.05
131.    Malcolm Island  (Malcolm Island)      489.49 489.49
160. Frenchman       244.07 244.07
161. Hern  ._              16.36 173.59 189.95
Carried forward... — $480.81    $11,519.82    $12,000.63 $203,013.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 77
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward  $480.81    $11,519.82 $12,000.63 $203,013.07
Reg. No.
162.    Sayward   247.83 3,193.11 3,440.94
188.    Heriot Bay  (Quadra Island)  11.66 234.09 245.75
191.    West  (Quadra Island)  11.67 226.46 238.13
196.    Island Highway   764.75 14,216.10 14,980.85
209.    Torrence          795.50 795.50
224.    Falls               171.24 171.24
267.    Read Island (Read Island)       289.09 289.09
341.    Hilhers        1,628.96 1,628.96
351.    Martindale        616.15 616.15
453.    Forbidden  Plateau   284.15 693.41 977.56
474.    Canadian Highway   1,258.05 4,468.79 5,726.84
483.    Departure Bay  2.40 373.42 375.82
488.    Dumont    7.05 253.54 260.59
490.    Errington        170.84 170.84
499.    Grafton    17.88  •        224.46 242.34
504.    Jingle Pot   2.50 208.00 210.50
516.    Marine Drive   5.60 441.91 447.51
523.    Palmer        182.89 182.89
632.    Brewster Lake        3,655.81 3,655.81
Sundry roads, Vancouver Island   257.14 5,128.09 5,385.23
Sundry roads, Cortes Island        302.16 302.16
Sundry roads, Denman Island   9.36 341.07 350.43
Sundry roads, Hornby Island     ..._..  210.88 210.88
Sundry roads, Quadra Island   13.09 460.02 473.11
Sundry roads, Read Island        94.50 94.50
32r. Arterial, Courtenay        9.00 9.00
104R. Arterial, Parksville        2.37 2.37
105R. Arterial, Parksville       2.38 2.38
Winter Harbour sidewalk        155.01 155.01
Plant and tools        4,423.95 4,423.95
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)        78.99 78.99
Supervision        3,093.14 3,093.14
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
.    (Credit,  $8,632.22)
Garage Account  (Credit, $476.23)
,373.94    $48,756.70    $52,130.64
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       52,130.64
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
77a. Primary  (Comox Road, Courtenay)  $158.51
79a. Primary (Hilliers Road, Qualicum)  128.32
3b. Secondary  (Cumberland Road, Courtenay)  94.00
34b.  Secondary  (Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland)  56.00
35b. Secondary  (Fourth Street, Cumberland)  109.20
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways   546.03
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
7. Bridges  :  $383.68
9. Brooklyn   1,535.33
23. Forrest   739.89
29. Courtenay River  3,598.65
35. Hastings   622.05
40. Cramer (Quadra Island)  561.02
41. Drew Harbour  (Quadra Island)    198.59
62. Hopkins   643.18
71. Glenlyon   4,062.54
79. Webber  .  2,975.68
80. Lamonte   2,812.46
Carried forward          $18,133.07 $255,689.74 Q 78
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward .
Reg. No.
88.    Powder Works 	
109.    McQuillan 	
125. Condensery 	
126. Nanoose Creek ,	
133.    Rennison 	
158.    Third Crossing	
169.
170.
187.
195.
214.
223.
282.
422.
Twin Gulch _
Winter Creek .
Smith North _
Thames Creek
Waterloo 	
Gowlland Harbour (Quadra Island)
Woodbus 	
Brown's River	
Sundry bridges, Vancouver Island
Sundry bridges, Cortes Island	
Sundry bridges, Denman Island	
Sundry bridges, Hornby Island	
Sundry bridges, Quadra Island	
$18,133.07 $255,689.74
941.72
151.05
155.56
197.43
1,452.17
866.80
370.78
581.69
470.27
348.64
1,475.76
196.65
550.33
965.51
3,939.64
12.59
15.48
54.17
96.91
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 172—Ferries.
Denman Island Ferry (subsidy)	
Denman Island Ferry (advertising)	
Total, Vote 172—Ferries	
$4,016.67
229.59
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
City of Courtenay streets        $3,000.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits	
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Myra Creek Trail   $100.00
30,976.22
4,246.26
3,000.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails   100.00
Total expenditure, Comox District  $294,012.22
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
132.    Island Highway (Ladysmith Revision) .
132.    Island Highway (Oyster Bay Revision)
$3,171.75
46,219.21
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges.
21. Currie 	
27. Diamond Crossing
41. Haslam Creek	
110. Pimbury
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges
Carried forward	
$309.24
186.59
22,824.68
7,131.58
836.25
$49,390.96
31,288.34
$80,679.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 79
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Rrouaht  forward          	
$80,679.30
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935,"
Duncan-Ladysmith 	
Sec. 6:
Su
BVEYS.
$5,022.20
1,617.72
2,389.95
Hong Kong Creek Revision            _             ■
...
South Wellington-Nanaimo Lakes    .'       .   .
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys 	
9,029.87
Reg.
132.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,
No.
Island Highway (Ladysmith Revision) 	
Sec. 2
(a)
Sec.
:   Roads.
$3,156.45
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,'
Roads 	
1944,
2   (a) —
3,156.45
121.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,
and Surfacing.
Cedar 	
Sec. 2
(a)
Paving
$8,729.91
1,410.60
3,019.73
13.30
298.66
97.
Cowichan Lake       	
39.
Extension   .               	
208.
Mayo 	
24.
North Shore  "	
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,'
Paving and Surfacing   	
' 1944,
Sec.
2   (a) —
13,472.20
7.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"
Bench      	
Sec. 2
(a)
:  Roads.
$453.63
412.20
645.23
155.96
461.83
186.31
6,758.35
159.39
323.18
842.73
673.70
2,419.39
726.08
233.45
1,795.17
456.50
5,512.39
10.
Bennie      ..    ,          	
23.
Cowichan Lake     ..    	
50.
Glenora    ... -  -               - -   - -      -        - 	
210.
Gordon        ..     	
55.
Holden-Corso  •
132.
Island Highway 	
61.
Indian ._             	
69.
Nanaimo Lakes         	
24.
North Shore 	
95.
Old Koksilah	
27.
South Shore 	
129.
Thomas          - -     ..   	
81.
Tzuhalem      ..
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
3lR
Arterial Highway (North Cowichan)   	
68r
Arterial Highway  (Ladysmith)            ...
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Roads 	
1945,"
Sec.
2   (a)—
22,215.49
63a
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,'
(Classified Highways).
Cowichan Lake  ...     ... .   .... ...
' Sec. S
!  (a)
:   Roads
$2,184.51
2 (co-
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,
Roads (Classified Highways) 	
1945,"
Sec.
2,184.51
132.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"
and Surfacing.
Island Highway 	
Sec. 2
(a)
Paving
$9,022.78
5,144.39
12,221.48
1,142.72
2,109.58
3,941.03
24.
North Shore	
27.
South Shore 	
81.
Tzuhalem         .    .      	
3lR
Arterial Highway (North Cowichan) 	
68r
Arterial Highway (Ladysmith) 	
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Paving and Surfacing   .
1945,"
Sec.
2   (a) —
33,581.98
Carried forward  	
$164,319.80 Q 80
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued;.
Brought forward	
$164,319.80
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg.
4.
7.
10.
121.
21.
97.
223.
39.
42.
190.
50.
210.
58.
57.
86.
55.
132.
61.
87.
69.
24.
95.
99.
106.
113.
27.
163.
5.
126.
129.
81.
139.
144.
3lR.
68R.
No.
Barnes 	
Bench 	
Bennie 	
Cedar 	
Christie 	
Cowichan Bay ...
Cowichan Lake _
Extension 	
Fourth Street 	
Frys 	
Glenora 	
Gordon 	
Haslam 	
Heemers  	
Hill 	
Holden-Corso ....
Island Highway
Indian 	
Miller 	
Nanaimo Lakes .
North Shore 	
Old Koksilah .....
Olsen 	
Quennel 	
Sahtlam 	
South Shore 	
Spruston 	
Stewart Hill	
Swan 	
Thomas 	
Tzuhalem 	
Weigle 	
Wilmot
Snow-removal.
$11.32
48.84
76.50
5.00
6.49
352.44
11.32
11.32
5.00
Arterial Highway (North Cowichan)
Arterial Highway  (Ladysmith) 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150) 	
Stores 	
Plant and tools	
149.06
general.
Total.
$411.77
$411.77
577.83
589.15
1,617.06
1,617.06
1,571.59
1,620.43
171.82
171.82
741.83
741.83
2,289.25
2,365.75
198.09
198.09
170.50
175.50
561.91
561.91
408.18
414.67
269.44
269.44
178.30
178.30
197.57
197.57
258.51
258.51
194.55
194.55
5,487.30
5,839.74
285.87
297.19
167.36
167.36
736.50
736.50
1,555.05
1,555.05
997.21
1,008.53
251.05
251.05
598.71
598.71
171.07
171.07
2,311.78
2,311.78
480.62
480.62
180.06
185.06
330.09
330.09
1,726.05
1,726.05
393.98
393.98
161.08
161.08
227.04
227.04
2,163.30
2,312.36
226.85
226.85
3,711.92
3,711.92
1,982.79
1,982.79
115.99
115.99
$677.29    $34,079.87    $34,757.16
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       34,757.16
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
63a. Cowichan Lake _
36b. Quamichan Lake
$323.87
149.60
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways	
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
473.47
17.
23.
29.
79.
111.
113.
157.
119.
39.
Corfield	
Davis Lagoon
Dodds 	
Garmus 	
Jaynes 	
Riverside 	
Roberts 	
Somenos 	
Tee  	
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Carried forward  	
$1,232.19
250.65
1,323.61
485.16
1,689.20
179.33
176.80
965.06
905.24
1,040.32
8,247.56
... $207,797.99 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 81
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $207,797.99
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Silver Leaf Group Trail  $250.00
Road to No. 8 Mine  250.00
Road to Furnace Coal Mine   40.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  540.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District  $208,337.99
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Reg. No.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  $2,148.37
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  1,350.81
250.    Cemetery Road  2,046.45
Slaterville Subdivision  2,046.84
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        $7,592.47
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
250.    Cemetery Road       $1,883.76
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing        1,883.76
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   $13,402.22
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  551.03
18. St. Mary Lake  3,463.82
28. Wattsburg-Weaver   271.44
80. Green Bay  337.53
250.    Cemetery Road  519.45
Slaterville Subdivision   515.39
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2  (a) —
Roads        19,060.88
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
250.    Cemetery Road        $1,271.95
Slaterville Subdivision          4,370.22
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2  (a) —
Paving and Surfacing         5,642.17
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway .
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway 	
3. Mission 	
4. Gold Creek
Cranbrook-Moyie Lake
10.    Ha Ha Valley	
12.    Kootenay Orchards	
17. Mission-Wycliffe 	
18. St. Mary Lake
22.    Wycliffe-Cherry Creek	
Carried forward..
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$2,170.18
$8,808.88
$10,979.06
1,620.47
6,332.04
7,952.51
35.63
174.07
209.70
193.26
2,574.14
2,767.40
38.69
330.96
369.65
111.51
405.42
516.93
174.42
885.63
1,060.05
141.19
727.85
869.04
795.07
627.23
1,422.30
117.64
186.84
304.48
$5,398.06
$21,053.06
$26,451.12    $34,179.28 Q 82 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward       $5,398.06    $21,053.06 $26,451.12    $34,179.28
Reg. No.
24.    Perry Creek                62.45           499.07 561.52
31.    Eager Junction-Ta Ta Creek             27.02          568.89 595.91
36.    Waldo-Newgate             130.02        5,791.60 5,921.62
41.    Manners                   169.05 169.05
51.    Cranbrook-Wycliffe               19.03           192.80 211.83
. 52.    Mayook Settlement                162.49 162.49
77.    Skookumchuck Hot Springs Trail                196.08 196.08
81.    Monroe Lake               259.21 259.21
111.    Foster                  248.83 248.83
Sundry roads (units under $150)             369.53           833.89 1,203.42
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)                    24.54 24.54
Plant               6,952.55 6,952.55
Supervision               3,202.88 3,202.88
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $86.44)
Garage Account  (Credit, $497.80)
3,006.11    $39,570.70    $45,576.81
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        45,576.81
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
5.    Moyie River   $152.88
8.    Ryan Overhead  153.25
20. Cherry Creek  189.25
21. Springbrook   333.39
126.    Meadow Creek  1,282.41
129.    Waldo    169.34
154.    Nigger Creek  443.30
156.    Nero   452.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,221.28
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance         4,397.10
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District     $84,153.19
DELTA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Roads
(Local Roads).
River Road (Delta Municipality)      $15,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads (Local Roads)      $15,000.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
5.    North Dyke Road (Barnston Island)        $2,077.50
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway        4,612.64
Total, " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads  .        6,690.14
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
(Classified Highways).
50b. Woodwards Highway (Richmond Municipality)          $308.60
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads (Classified Highways)   308.60
Carried forward     $21,998.74 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 83
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $21,998.74
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway        $2,711.02
Total, " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec.  2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing          2,711.02
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
61a. Scott (Surrey Municipality)   $228.57
69a. Scott (Delta Municipality)   637.02
Total, " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec.  2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing (Classified Highways)  865.59
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
5.    North Dyke (Barnston Island)   $2,081.92
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway   751.08
3R. Trans-Provincial Highway   3,053.20
15R. King George VI. Highway .....:  752.86
77R. Aldergrove-Bellingham   568.71
Total, " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation  Act,  1945,"  Sec.  2   (a) —
Roads          7,207.77
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
80r. Ladner Marsh   $989.56
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec.  2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  989.56
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
61a. Scott (Surrey Municipality)   $2,427.86
69a. Scott  (Delta Municipality)   3,337.67
40b. Boundary Bay (Delta Municipality)  263.50
84b. Steveston Highway (Richmond Municipality)   128..40
Total, "Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing (Classified Highways)          6,157.43
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
2.    Dyke  (Barnston Island)                $762.08 $762.08
5.    North Dyke (Barnston Island)        1,380.00 1,380.00
2R. Trans-Provincial Highway             $39.46 5,208.81 5,248.27
3R. Trans-Provincial Highway               56.54 8,205.13 8,261.67
13R. Pacific        1,944.06 1,944.06
15R. King George VI. Highway               21.25 4,653.61 4,674.86
66R. Fraser Avenue               19.58 1,392.68 1,412.26
77R. Aldergrove-Bellingham               41.58 1,777.16 1,818.74
Sundry roads (units under $150)             126.38           317.52 443.90
Supervision                  641.35 641.35
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)                     49.26 49.26
Cloverdale Garage        2,384.96 2,384.96
Cloverdale Yard       1,174.69 1,174.69
Repairs, P. & H. Shovel, H 4       2,685.98 2,685.98
Repairs to outside units       1,745.49 1,745.49
Carried forward   $304.79    $34,322.78    $34,627.57    $39,930.11 Q 84 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward  $304.79    $34,322.78    $34,627.57    $39,930.11
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $8,038.96)
Plant and tools            1,848.46       1,848.46
$304.79    $28,132.28    $28,437.07
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets      28,437.07
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
REG   NO                                                                                             Snow-removal.        General. Total.
61A. Scott                    $4.85         $563.57 $568.42
68A. Ladner Trunk                 9.46           356.30 365.76
69A. Scott                  197.47 197.47
78a. Scott Road Diversion             2,981.12 2,981.12
40B. Boundary Bay                  315.44 315.44
Sundry roads (units under $150)                  307.27 307.27
$14.31      $4,721.17      $4,735.48
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways          4,735.48
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
4 and 5. Eburne   $11,486.14
4. Eburne (redecking)   19,113.33
5. Eburne (redecking)   25,419.12
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue  13,007.53
10.    Canoe Pass  9,520.22
26.    Haldi Island .-.'.  467.44
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   279.63
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance       79,293.41
Vote 172—Bridges:   Classified.
25.    Indian Reserve (on 90b)   $627.40
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Classified  627.40
Vote 172—Ferries.
16.    Barnston Island        $6,588.41
16. Barnston Island Ferry Landing  344.07
17. Ladner-Woodward          7,046.85
Total, Vote 172—Ferries       13,979.33
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
78a. Scott Road Diversion (Surrey Municipality)          $250.00
Glover (Langley Municipality)          2,500.00
Local roads  (Delta Municipality)          6,500.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits         9,250.00
Total expenditure, Delta District  $176,252.80 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 85
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Reg. No.
7h.   Lougheed Highway, Section 7 (Dewdney Crossing)  $63.87
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads  $63.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
7.    Hoy         $2,499.70
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges          2,499.70
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
67r. Central Arterial       $1,419.37
Pitt River-Port Moody         1,901.18
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys         3,320.55
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
20r. Dewdney Trunk      $42,690.90
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads        42,690.90
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
IOr. Coquitlam   $5,567.37
20R. Dewdney Trunk   218.31
2lR. Lougheed     342.74
26r. Lougheed   7,718.83
59r. Hammond Loop   156.46
Sundry roads (units under $150)   310.00
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing        14,313.71
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
2.    Ioco-Sunnyside   I  $838.80
7h. Lougheed, Section 7  197.95
7l.  Lougheed, Section 8 (Nicomen Island)   642.99
7K. Lougheed, Section 10   296.14
11.    Farms   265.79
13.    Hawkins-Pickles    262.98
30.    Nicomen Island Trunk (Nicomen Island)   163.02
38.    Salvaster   501.95
41.    Stave Lake   153.28
51.    Harrison Hot Springs   3,200.10
69.    Morris Valley  1,621.50
loco Townsite   433.07
Harrison Hot Springs Townsite   4,332.09
10r. Coquitlam   5,573.92
19R. Dewdney Trunk   169.28
20R. Dewdney Trunk   488.51
21B. Lougheed    431.09
22R. Lougheed     791.81
23R. Lougheed    2,139.54
57R. loco-Port Moody   181.26
59R. Hammond Loop   1,087.26
69r. Haney Loop   1,001.80
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,848.89
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a)—
Roads        26,623.02
Carried forward.      $89,511.75 Q.86
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
DEWNDEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward..
3,511.75
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
7h. Lougheed, Section 7	
7j. Lougheed, Section 9	
38.    Salvaster   	
61.    Hope-Rosedale   	
22r. Lougheed   	
23r. Lougheed   	
57R. loco-Port Moody 	
Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
$518.07
4,165.45
1,376.98
1,438.93
3,602.16
1,025.01
4,284.93
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2  (a)-
Paving and Surfacing 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a)
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
Paving
73b. Dewdney Trunk and River (Maple Ridge Municipality)   $2,176.31
74b. Harris  (south)   (Pitt Meadows Municipality)   469.79
75b. Hammond (Pitt Meadows Municipality)   280.00
77B. Dewdney Trunk (Mission Municipality)   6,602.05
78b. Harris  (north)   (Pitt Meadows Municipality)    1,513.10
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation  Act,  1945,"  Sec.
Paving and Surfacing (Classified Highways) 	
(«)-
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2.
5.
6.
7h,
71.
7j.
7k.
11.
13.
15.
16.
18.
19.
23.
24.
25.
29.
30.
33.
38.
40.
41.
43.
44.
45.
51.
52.
57.
59.
61.
69.
74.
82.
10r.
18r.
Ioco-Sunnyside
Dale   	
Davies
Snow-removal.
$27.72
Lougheed, Section 7 	
Lougheed, Section 8  (Nicomen Island)
Lougheed, Section 9 	
Lougheed, Section 10 	
Farms 	
Hawkins—Pickles   	
Hyde and Buker 	
Hartley   	
Johnston  (Nicomen Island) 	
Jones  (Nicomen Island)  	
McKamey   (Nicomen Island)
95.48
95.49
150.09
92.71
90.97
59.86
McDonald Landing (Nicomen Island).
Mclntyre  (Nicomen Island) 	
Newton
Nicomen Island Trunk (Nicomen Island)
North Nicomen 	
Salvaster   	
Shook (Hatzic Island)  	
Stave Lake 	
Taylor    .	
Thompson  (Nicomen Island)  	
Tremblay  (Nicomen Island)  	
Harrison Hot Springs 	
McKimmon  (Nicomen Island)  	
Catherwood   	
Eagle
126.32
"22T44
30.42
Hope-Rosedale 	
Morris Valley   	
Nicomen Slough (Nicomen Island)
Hodgson (Nicomen Island) 	
loco Townsite 	
Coquitlam   	
Dewdney Trunk 	
134.48
50.62
26.94
General.
$678.04
408.21
312.53
1,195.99
2,063.79
1,502.85
4,597.24
1,989.23
931.15
605.03
242.96
386.58
281.29
328.98
419.14
182.16
393.51
1,288.80
455.13
7,543.69
327.97
648.04
308.08
264.16
478.29
2,068.99
296.32
309.20
192.73
1,266.54
769.50
498.16
161.06
190.02
3,590.70
1,022.15
$705.76
408.21
312.53
1,291.47
2,159.28
1,652.94
4,689.95
2,080.20
931.15
605.03
302.82
386.58
281.29
328.98
419.14
182.16
393.51
1,288.80
455.13
7,670.01
327.97
670.48
308.08
264.16
478.29
2,099.41
296.32
309.20
192.73
1,401.02
769.50
498.16
161.06
190.02
3,641.32
1,049.09
16,411.53
11,041.25
Carried forward       $1,003.54    $38,198.21    $39,201.75 $116,964.53 DEWNDEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
19R. Dewdney Trunk 	
20r. Dewdney Trunk 	
2lR. Lougheed 	
22r. Lougheed 	
23r. Lougheed 	
24r. Abbotsford-Mission  	
25r. Lougheed 	
26r. Lougheed
57R. loco-Port Moody 	
59r. Hammond Loop 	
69r. Haney Loop 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)  	
Fraser    River    Diversion     (Harrison
Mills)   	
River-bank protection 	
Nicomen Island dykes 	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $9,371.28)
Supervision 	
Stamp   Account    (Unemployment   Insurance )   	
Coquitlam Warehouse 	
Deroche Warehouse
Haney Warehouse (Credit,
Mission Warehouse 	
$120)
Snow- rem oval.
General.
Total.
$1,003.54
$38,198.21
$39,201.75 $116,964.53
62.34
2,119.58
2,181.92
2,838.17
2,838.17
18.32
1,016.35
1,034.67
61.88
2,209.98
2,271.86
3,262.69
3,262.69
457.63
352.86
457.63
352.86
388.94
1,435.58
1,824.52
25.59
1,007.50
1,033.09
2.83
1,157.93
1,160.76
2.92
862.91
865.83
5.00
1,361.23
1,366.23
3,064.20
3,064.20
1,059.69
1,059.69
1,893.85
1,893.85
1,523.67
1,523.67
6,610.32
6,610.32
9.06
9.06
265.93
265.93
52.78
82.07
52.78
82.07
$1,571.36    $61,350.91    $62,922.27
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
60a. Harrison Hot Springs  ,	
73b. Dewdney Trunk and River 	
77b. Dewdney Trunk 	
78b. Harris   	
79b. McNeill   	
Sundry roads  (units under $150).
Snow-removal.
$13.69
General.
$193.26
1,024.14
1,200.00
154.45
162.47
183.44
Total.
$206.95
1,024.14
1,200.00
154.45
162.47
183.44
$13.69      $2,917.76      $2,931.45
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Government .
Hoy 	
School Creek
Wharf 	
Noon Creek _
Pitt River ..
Connelly
5.
7.
16.
17.
23.
41.
94.
100.    Suicide Creek
106-1. Mission (C.P.R.)
108.    Hatzic Pump 	
116.    Eagle 	
123.    McConnell Creek .
131. Harrison River   ...
132. Bouchier 	
150.    Dewdney   	
Snow-removal.
$4.66
General.
Total.
5.16
62,922.27
2,931.45
Carried forward..
$9.82
$466.08
$466.08
545.20
549.86
184.06
184.06
388.48
393.64
993.07
993.07
16,515.56
16,515.56
311.73
311.73
595.39
595.39
18,076.19
18,076.19
332.12
332.12
952.90
952.90
1,440.00
1,440.00
6,997.48
6,997.48
508.64
508.64
7,773.23
7,773.23
$56,080.13
$56,089.95 $182,818.25 Q 88 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward  $9.82    $56,080.13    $56,089.95 $182,818.25
Reg. No.
154.    Deroche                   840.44 840.44
164.    Reserve                 157.20 157.20
172.    Lux Lake  (Nicomen Island)                   563.78 563.78
176.    Kelly                  343.77 343.77
187.    Reserve, No. 3                 165.91 165.91
193.    Chehalis River                  373.79 373.79
402.    Washout                 293.10 293.10
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)......             26.32        1,623.99 1,650.31
$36.14    $60,442.11    $60,478.25
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance        60,478.25
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
River-bank protection   (Agassiz)         $2,000.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits          2,000.00
Total expenditure, Dewdney District   $245,296.50
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
76.    Island Highway  $105,252.96
190.    West Shawnigan Lake        23,262.99
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads  $128,515.95
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
17. Coal Creek  .,  $3,999.95
46. Coon   2,337.44
45. Goat  L  1,314.23
41. Healey   2,024.34
47. Mink          2,740.30
201.    Roche Cove          1,548.28
97.    Sooke    13.66
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges        13,978.20
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads.
147.    Sooke (Kangaroo Corner)        $2,022.51
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads        2,022.51
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
141.    Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-roads     $29,486.83
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads      29,486.83
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Ferries.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing       $8,207.98
252.    Ferry Bridge   190.44
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Ferries        8,398.42
Carried forward  $182,401.91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 89
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward:  $182,401.91
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
76.    Island Highway  $926.09
101.    Millstream   997.92
190.    West Shawnigan Lake         1,929.48
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          3,853.49
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
198.    View Royal          $461.68
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  461.68
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
3.    Atkins   $559.22
7.    Bamberton   2,411.10
29.    Cherry Point  231.70
42.    Duke  836.75
47.    East Sooke   3,990.07
66. Gillespie  1  645.24
69.    Happy Valley .  12,187.40
68.    Halhead   1,662.64
67. Kilmalu   281.52
99.    Metchosin    .  309.77
101.    Millstream   265.41
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    619.03
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        23,999.85
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
76.    Island Highway  $15,743.85
69.    Happy Valley   5,958.82
73.    Helmcken   1,267.06
7.    Bamberton   3,747.85
149. Station    1,451.64
192.    West Coast  . :.  1,351.41
147.    Sooke    1,835.11
198.    View Royal   356.24
99.    Metchosin   589.97
150. Shawnigan Lake         1,757.41
376.    Mill Bay   662.31
Sundry roads (units under $150)   256.35
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing       34,978.02
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
3.    Atkins       $407.65 $407.65
505.    Baden-Powell        289.24 289.24
202.    Blythwood        584.76 584.76
207.    Butler        306.15 306.15
26.    Cameron-Taggart        371.12 371.12
59.    Cobble Hill       704.79 704.79
42.    Duke      1,155.65 1,155.65
47.    East Sooke        2,192.63 2,192.63
50.    Finlayson Arm       172.04 172.04
175.    Florence Lake       311.62 311.62
Carried forward               $6,495.65      $6,495.65 $245,694.95 Q 90
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg.
66.
56.
58.
68.
69.
73.
76.
100.
67.
84.
132.
93.
99.
376.
101.
79.
130.
250.
132.
450.
150.
141.
147.
117.
148.
14Q.
198.
192.
191.
162.
2.
119.
61.
118.
17.
35.
286.
159.
68.
250.
41.
40.
64.
94.
No.
Gillespie .	
Glintz Lake
Grant 	
Halhead
Brought forward..
Happy Valley	
Helmcken 	
Island Highway
Kangaroo 	
Kilmalu
Koksilah-Riverside
Latoria 	
Leigh  	
Metchosin 	
Mill Bay 	
Millstream
Otter Point 	
Quarantine  	
Recreation  	
Rocky Point	
San Juan 	
Shawnigan Lake 	
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-roads
Sooke 	
Sooke Lake 	
Sooke River	
Station 	
View Royal ...
West Coast
West Shawnigan Lake	
Whiff en Spit .	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Clo-oose area 	
Port Renfrew area
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance )  	
Supervision	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
Undistributed stores 	
Langford Warehouse 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $5,735.64)
Snow-removal. General.
  $6,495.65
  377.63
  163.88
235.60
  542.80
  585.22
  338.12
$285.35 39,738.42
  170.55
  161.61
  674.58
  763.13
  228.96
  1,026.01
  203.93
  853.72
  522.66
  184.00
  158.01
478.81
   907.58
  1,545.55
   609.75
  3,331.36
  1,639.47
  368.28
  448.24
  182.60
  2,445.94
  451.06
  758.82
  3,457.89
  63.08
  1,828.01
  218.46
  2,477.61
  3,489.42
  4,386.53
  4,877.18
  4,429.86
Total.
$6,495.65 $245,694.95
377.63
163.88
235.60
542.80
585.22
338.12
40,023.77
170.55
161.61
674.58
763.13
228.96
1,026.01
203.93
853.72
522.66
184.00
158.01
478.81
907.58
1,545.55
609.75
3,331.36
1,639.47
368.28
448.24
182.60
2,445.94
451.06
758.82
3,457.89
63.08
1,828.01
218.46
2,477.61
3,489.42
4,386.53
4,877.18
4,429.86
$285.35    $86,084.34    $86,369.69
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        86,369.69
Atkins 	
Barkers 	
Black Creek
Chouinard ._
Coal Creek ..
Craigflower .
Deception
Hall .	
Hannington
Harris Cove
Healey 	
Helmcken ....
Kemp •_	
Naylor 	
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
$426.64
664.43
1,465.99
252.58
786.97
186.24
197.87
668.23
1,885.17
479.28
2,424.33
10,587.95
720.39
469.97
Carried forward
$21,216.04 $332,064.64 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 91
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward       $21,216.04 $332,064.64
Reg. No.
124.    Niagara   168.97
36.    Piadjo   152.76
306.    Pipe-line   199.06
97.    Sooke  471.31
117.    Thetis  787.73
177.    Wilkinson   153.70
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,708.30
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance      24,857.87
Vote 172—Ferries.
Mill Bay Ferry Landing   $806.64
Mill Bay Ferry (subsidy)   931.50
Total, Vote 172—Ferries         1,738.14
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  $358,660.65
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
90.    Carbon Creek      $19,600.48
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges      $19,600.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Fort Steele-Elko        $1,739.24
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys         1,739.24
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Trans-Provincial Highway        $2,761.14
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads         2,761.14
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  $16,287.05
3. Elko-Roosville   115.62
4. Elk Valley   7.65
9. Jaffray-Baynes Lake   23.09
10.    Elko-Waldo   198.85
13.    Fernie-Coal Creek   270.16
106.    Corbin  52.60
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        16,955.02
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway     $23,536.82
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a) —
Paving and Surfacing      23,536.82
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.-    $11,508.48    $31,954.59    $43,463.07
2. Wardner-Gateway   231.31 956.87        1,188.18
Carried forward         $11,739.79    $32,911.46    $44,651.25    $64,592.70 Q 92
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
3.    Elko-Roosville
Elk Valley .......
Elko-Waldo  ......
4.
10.
13.
17.
33.
46.
93.
94.
106.
128.
1.
25.
3.
Fernie-Coal Creek .
Mansfield  .	
Fenwick  	
Bull River (north)
Kootenay-Columbia
Kootenay-Columbia
Corbin 	
Fernie-Elko
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)   	
Plant and tools 	
Garage upkeep	
Stores, undistributed 	
Camp equipment
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$11,739.79
$32,911.46
$44,651.25
147.65
1,414.94
1,562.59
1,012.81
1,294.66
2,307.47
485.61
1,143.79
1,629.40
888.97
371.58
1,260.55
427.10
286.16
713.26
181.51
228.77
181.51
97.53
326.30
271.02
1,060.92
1,331.94
331.78
110.05
441.83
219.60
553.08
772.68
582.88
259.66
842.54
385.59
1,056.96
1,442.55
28.92
509.07
2,303.15
28.92
509.07
2,303.15
468.92
468.92
59.98
59.98
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $2,384.82)
Garage Account (Credit, $1,596.88)
$16,590.33    $40,261.88    $56,852.21
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        56,852.21
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Michel Prairie ...
6.    Elko 	
8.    Elkmouth 	
17.    Newgate Slough
28.    Levitt's 	
55.
69.
70.
121.
148.
171.
Fairy Creek 	
Big Sand Creek ...
Little Sand Creek
Hairpin 	
C.P.R. 	
Tracy Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance
$221.91
527.54
1,647.26
1,931.20
2,051.17
930.63
848.80
359.28
1,809.98
209.13
191.05
978.22
11,706.17
Total expenditure, Fernie District   $133,151.08
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Prince George-Bednesti Lake
Prince George-Giscome 	
Rainbow-Yellowhead
Prince George-Summit Lake (Pine Pass)
Summit Lake-Mile 94 	
$3,388.60
5,681.65
796.72
1,894.48
2,431.37
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Cariboo	
Northern Trans-Provincial
$627.88
3,107.63
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads
Carried forward	
$14,192.82
3,735.51
$17,928.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 93
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $17,928.33
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
Peace River Highway, Prince George-Summit Lake (contract)    $17,150.83
Pine Pass Highway (Section A), Summit Lake-Azouzetta Lake
(contract)        97,888.50
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads     115,039.33
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6):   Roads.
Pine Pass Highway (Section A), Summit Lake-Azouzetta Lake
(Miles 0-94)   (engineering and material)       $61,181.49
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (6) —
Roads        61,181.49
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6):  Surveys.
Pine Pass surveys       $9,306.94
Summit Lake-Mile 94          3,552.79
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (6) —
Surveys        12,859.73
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
142.    Bendixon        $3,479.72
217.    Cranbrook          1,007.07
3.    Northern Trans-Provincial        24,120.31
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads      28,607.10
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
142.    Bendixon        $1,780.57 $1,780.57
25. Cariboo        $1,361.07 10,642.10 12,003.17
217.    Cranbrook               12.30 748.90 761.20
84.    Croydon-Dunster        152.57 152.57
24.    Chief Lake          1,280.13 1,886.61 3,166.74
28.    Fort George-Isle Pierre               95.50 616.95 712.45
23.    Fort George-Blackwater           123.00 161.49 284.49
51.    McBride  (east)             288.44      288.44
54.    Mud River Valley (south)              105.00 321.87 426.87
3.    Northern Trans-Provincial          4,533.58 23,665.19 28,198.77
58.    Ness Lake             178.31 2,080.44 2,258.75
49.    Reid Lake             457.65 1,999.32 2,456.97
26. Summit Lake          3,936.59 1,895.80 5,832.39
135.    Shelley  (east)                 45.80 296.48 342.28
165.    Tabor Creek               77.38 1,209.11 1,286.49
42.    Young .-...        482.43 482.43
95R. McBride (Main Street)        101.88 101.88
Sundry roads (units under $150)             723.01 1,741.99 2,465.00
Plant and tools        1,280.34 1,280.34
Supervision       192.68 192.68
$13,217.76    $51,256.72    $64,474.48
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        64,474.48
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
108.    Eaglet Creek   $432.75
9.    Fraser River   2,916.59
Fraser River, No. 1   187.95
Carried forward       $3,537.29 $300,090.46 Q 94
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Reg. No.
Fraser River, No. 2
106.    Goose Country 	
Grantbrook 	
164.    Hospital Creek	
104.    Mud River	
Moose River 	
Nechako River 	
Red Mountain Creek
Salmon River 	
Six Mile	
171.    Sintich 	
91.    Town Creek 	
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  	
89.
137.
147.
10.
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  	
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 172—Ferries.
12. Croydon   	
4. Hansard  :	
3. Indian Reserve, No. 3
9. Isle de Pierre 	
Total, Vote 172—Ferries
Total expenditure, Fort George District
P3,537.29 $300,090.46
187.95
2,772.69
187.95
465.97
3,722.94
188.05
241.64
263.95
642.01
188.60
565.43
440.28
786.04
$917.93
951.23
1,477.78
2,199.84
14,190.79
5,546.78
$319,828.03
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
127.    White Cabin  .     $17,731.21
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
B17.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway       $6,023.81
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (o):   Roads.
B17.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway        $4,125.79
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads 	
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :   Roads.
13.    Cascade-Laurier 	
30.    Grand Forks-Franklin	
B17.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
$12,525.10
1,560.93
24,913.97
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (o)	
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Garages.
Greenwood Garage        $1,500.00
$17,731.21
6,023.81
4,125.79
39,000.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a)	
Garages 	
Carried forward	
1,500.00
$68,380.81 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 95
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $68,380.81
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing.
Reg. No.
B17.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway     $11,842.12
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Gravel-crushing        11,842.12
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
44R. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Grand Forks)        $1,506.13
B17.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway          2,694.33
16.    Kingsley Road   621.20
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing         4,821.66
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
82.    Almond Gardens        $983.41 $983.41
3.    Baker Creek        169.83 169.83
7.    Boundary Creek        386.73 386.73
9.    Camp McKinney-Rock Creek   $769.91 66.10 836.01
11.    Carmi-McCulloch          571.20 571.20
13. Cascade-Laurier         419.16 419.16
14. Cascade-Paulson        834.27 834.27
16.    Christina Lake  (east)    210.62 934.31 1,144.93
B17.   Cascade-Osoyoos    9,481.83 17,805.35 27,287.18
89.    Dollar Mine  :  335.00   335.00
21.    Eholt-North Fork        215.62 215.62
27.    Grand Forks-Carson (south)        535.45 535.45
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   969.27 3,598.68 4,567.95
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain        741.16 741.16
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek        665.33 665.33
33. Greenwood-Phoenix     319.18 110.21 429.39
37.    Italy Creek        728.26 728.26
41.    Kerr Creek        171.66 171.66
43. Kettle River (main)   366.76 1,402.01 1,768.77
44. Kettle River  (west)    1,605.64 1,941.33 3,546.97
46.    Long Lake-Jewel Mine   344.30 172.60 516.90
53.    Moody Creek-Cascade  ..       172.08 172.08
50.    Meyers Creek        181.58 181.58
48. McCarren Creek ......  194.05   194.05
49. McCrae-Wilkinson's        446.88 446.88
56.    Nicholson Creek :  516.69 299.60 816.29
63. Rock  Creek-Myncaster    286.59 183.12 469.71
64. Rock Mountain-Myncaster   279.94 304.84 584.78
65. Rock Mountain-Bridesville   732.04 763.15 1,495.19
69. Sidley Mountain roads   637.84 325.75 963.59
70. Sutherland Creek        1,231.72 1,231.72
72.    Valley roads  (south)    308.02 898.73 1,206.75
75.    Wallace Mountain   1,315.00 145.00 1,460.00
Sundry roads  (units under $150)   742.18 884.28 1,626.46
Garage        1,350.28 1,350.28
Plant and tools       1,302.52 1,302.52
Supervision        3,681.71 3,681.71
$19,414.86    $44,623.91    $64,038.77
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       64,038.77
Carried forward  $149,083.36 Q 96
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$149,083.36
Reg.
35.
6.
46.
48.
103.
49.
133.
85.
112.
154.
173.
90.
140.
12.
101.
No.
Boundary 	
Beaverdell Depot
Castle
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance.
46.
149.
69.
1.
65.
69.
71.
65.
69.
Cascade  (lower)
Cedar 	
Christina 	
Dry Creek 	
Humming Bird  ..
James Creek	
Kettle Valley ......
Lime Creek 	
Lynch Creek	
Midway ..
Twin
Volcanic Creek
Yale
$299.78
1,536.12
185.30
956.72
520.00
2,261.41
540.77
762.61
361.79
311.76
285.00
300.00
248.26
188.45
635.00
190.62
1,156.41
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Dentonia Road  .  $219.69
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails	
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District	
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Trans-Canada, Kamloops-Salmon Arm        $9,223.80
10,740.00
219.69
$160,043.05
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939,
Littlefort-Bridge Lake	
Sec. 6:   Roads.
  $303.07
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Kamloops-Tranquille  „       $6,699.85
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Trans-Canada       $8,213.26
Brocklehurst  290.58
Kamloops-Tranquille          2,297.65
Kamloops-Tete Jaune          2,488.53
$9,223.80
303.07
6,699.85
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a)-
Paving and Surfacing	
13,290.02
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) -.
Gravel-crushing.
Brocklehurst       $2,028.30
Kamloops-Tranquille          3,951.33
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a)-
Gravel-crushing 	
Carried forward..
5,979.63
$35,496.37 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 97
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $35,496.37
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
1.    Trans-Canada   $8,508.28
C.N.R. Station   270.00
65.    Brocklehurst  1,861.74
69.    Kamloops-Tranquille  5,258.76
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing       15,898.78
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
1.    Trans-Canada   $4,659.46
4.    Ashcroft streets  947.94
10.    Barriere River  508.00
15.    Birch Island-Lost Creek   269.71
32.    Clearwater Valley  607.55
42.    Deadman-Vidette   499.88
45.    Dunn Lake  339.14
50.    Goose Lake .  156.39
54.    Heffley-Louis Creek  4,659.69
57.    Highland Valley  990.01
62.    Ironmask  466.20
65.    Brocklehurst  242.61
67. Kamloops-Merritt   766.98
68. Kamloops-Shuswap   205.79
69. Kamloops-Tranquille  11,514.67
70. Kamloops-Vernon   1,638.37
71. Kamloops-Tete Jaune   3,532.61
74.    Lac la Jeune   645.23
80.    Mamette Lake   399.14
94.    North Kamloops   159.88
97.    Paul Lake  205.45
101.    Powers Addition   528.38
117.    Tranquille-Criss Creek  517.36
119.    Vavenby Ferry   293.90
123.    Westsyde    -  1,858.79
Sundry roads (units under $150)   370.85
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        36,983.98
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
1. Trans-Canada
2. Agate Bay
4. Ashcroft streets 	
8. Barnes Lake	
10. Barriere River	
13. Bestwick 	
15. Birch Island-Lost Creek
17. Blue River 	
21. Brigade Lake 	
23. Butte Ranch	
65. Brocklehurst 	
24. Campbell Creek	
25. Campbell Range 	
31. Clearwater Station 	
32. Clearwater Valley	
33. Cold Creek   	
42. Deadman-Vidette 	
45. Dunn Lake  :	
46. Edith Lake 	
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$1,453.87
$8,671.61
$10,125.48
245.92
678.45
924.37
54.40
1,923.07
1,977.47
22.76
335.10
357.86
18.02
558.71
576.73
146.00
338.58
484.58
1,525.19
1,525.19
305.00
305.00
1,007.22
839.88
1,847.10
16.77
215.99
232.76
629.85
629.85
108.21
89.51
197.72
35.25
303.73
338.98
226.08
226.08
82.00
525.03
607.03
45.00
154.50
199.50
226.10
226.10
30.37
185.06
215.43
949.91
115.78
1,065.69
$4,520.70
$17,542.22
$22,062.92
$88,379.13 Q 98
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Reg.
48.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Con
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betteriv
and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal.
Brought forward         $4,520.70
No.
Fnrlear Creek                               55.75
tinued.
[ENTS:    ROA
General.
$17,542.22
528.03
201.97
200.00
900.59
603.95
979.27
1,033.35
343.98
1,083.77
1,561.84
6,904.95
125.72
249.30
2.64
587.07
1,817.48
186.35
159.76
558.40
481.90
239.60
989.36
364.35
523.86
681.75
228.92
96.55
180.22
1,346.72
947.84
5,263.43
2,337.05
2,000.00
$51,252.19
ds, Trails,
Total.
$22,062.92
583.78
425.15
200.00
1,353.79
776.77
979.27
2,362.11
343.98
1,151.04
2,072.99
8,538.30
200.29
249.30
268.40
587.07
1,817.48
186.35
159.76
558.40
617.38
239.60
1,371.94
464.64
1,091.54
1,957.30
277.54
183.51
180.22
1,536.85
1,310.42
5,263.43
2,337.05
2,000.00
$88,379.13
63,708.57
5,871.39
10,057.62
50.
52
Goose Lake   —
223.18
54.
57.
Heffley-Louis Creek   	
Highland Valley       -   -       . . _ _
453.20
            172.82
59.
67.
Kamloops—Merritt . -         - .
         1,328.76
69
69.
70.
Kamloops-Tranquille 	
Kamloops—Vernon    	
67.27
            511.15
71.
Kamloops—Tete Jaune     •	
         1,633.35
72.
Knouff Lake -.    .    . _ -      „ .   _. .
74.57
73.
74.
Lac la Jeune          	
            265.76
76.
149.
Littlefort—Bridge Lake ......
80.
Mamette Lake   ... ..„ .         .   .
McNab                                         .
89.
94.
North Kamloops       „           ~- -
97.
98.
Paul Lake 	
Peterson—Betts
135.48
99.
101.
Pinantan-Pritchard 	
Powers Addition       .    .      	
382.58
            100.29
107.
Robbins Range               -
            567.68
109.
Rose Hill 	
1,275.55
              48.62
117.
Tranquille—Criss Creek
121.
Vinsulla—Knouff Lake           .   -
              86.96
154.
123.
Westsyde	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant and Tools Account
190.13
            362.58
Supervision  (Resident Engineer)
Kamloops   Garage   (extension   of
site
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Tr
Vote 172—1
Barriere River Forks	
$12,456.38
$63,708.57
ails, and Streets
Bridges :   Maintei
14.
^ANCE.
$282.13
476.36
262.30
1,278.08
496.20
919.66
166.70
205.00
1,784.96
16.
55.
Barriere River (north) 	
Clearwater River     ...
	
77.
Deadman Creek, No. 1 —_       -
121.
Kamloops  (east)  . __          . ..
122.
Kamloops (west)  .._	
131
Lemieux Creek, No. 3	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:
Vot
Black Pool	
Maintenance	
33.
e 172—Ferries.
$2,016.11
1,157.77
1,867.76
.    1,805.52
2,171.62
1,038.84
35.
Ducks —.    ... .       	
36.
McLure  _ _       - .    ..
37
Littlefort  	
38
Vavenby 	
39.
Vinsulla      - . .   —.   .     — -
Total, Vote 172—Ferries ...
Carried forward	
$168,016.71 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 99
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward  $168,016.71
Vote 130—Grants in Aid op Mining Roads and Trails.
Reg. No.
122.    Transvaal-Forge Mountain   $18.74
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  18.74
Total Expenditure, Kamloops District  $168,035.45
KASLO-SLOCAN district.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
121.    Hammel Creek        $1,156.58
170.    Poplar Creek   427.39
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges       $1,583.97
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Kaslo-Lardeau reconnaissance   $126.24
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys   126.24
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
15.    Arrow Park-West Demars  $187.14
165.    Kaslo-New Denver   677.67
165.    Kaslo-New Denver (grade revision, Three Forks)   1,310.10
204.    Nelson-Kaslo     967.18
204.    Nelson-Kaslo  (renewing cribbing, 12-Mile)    2,943.11
201.    Nakusp streets   270.84
221.    Passmore   (upper)     470.52
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway   9,038.71
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (Lemon Creek project)   7,649.87
88r. Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway   200.47
Sundry roads  (units under $150)    267.94
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads       23,983.55
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Paving
and Surfacing.
201.    Nakusp streets   $576.88
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (Silverton-New Denver)   1,282.01
88r.  Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway   710.15
90R. Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (arterial)    222.18
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing         2,791.22
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
14. Arrow Park-Belleview           $285.68 $467.19 $752.87
15. Arrow Park-West Demars             241.86 645.37 887.23
99.    Four Mile        189.79 189.79
114.    Galena Bay   (south)               233.49 380.54 614.03
140. Houston        395.48 395.48
141. Howser-Argenta              252.17 1,302.53 1,554.70
151.    Inonoaklin Valley             333.84 601.15 934.99
165.    Kaslo-New Denver         5,026.28 3,085.91 8,112.19
167. Kaslo Creek South Fork               6.09 235.41 241.50
168. Kaslo  (north)              114.37 1,172.46 1,286.83
179.    Little Slocan        324.88 324.88
183.    Lardeau-Gerrard           1,724.59 2,298.97 4,023.56
201.    Nakusp streets             325.21 1,012.82 1,338.03
204.    Nelson-Kaslo               794.62 3,856.51 4,651.13
221.    Passmore  (upper)                 53.33 672.10 725.43
Carried forward       $9,391.53    $16,641.11    $26,032.64    $28,484.98 Q 100 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg.
241
Snow-removal.
Brought forward       $9,391.53
No.
Sandon-Three Forks             450.28
General.
$16,641.11
123.82
187.57
16,601.31
559.01
193.21
236.22
25.60
1,354.53
1,506.20
1,626.77
165.54
38.23
3,831.57
Total.
$26,032.64
574.10
187.57
27,870.29
677.71
193.21
236.22
25.60
1,440.91
1,506.20
1,626.77
165.54
38.23
3,831.57
$28,484.98
64,406.56
8,146.29
13,195.14
7,543.57
943
Saunders                   _ - -       ._ .   ..             _
?A(.
Slocan—Arrow Lakes Highway       11,268.98
258.
Slocan River                                        118.70
?76
Walker                           _____
287
Wilson Lake      __ _          __    _
88R
Slocan-Arrow  Lakes  Highway   (arterial)   (New Denver Municipality)__    	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)                        86.38
Plant and tools     _                          	
Garage Account         	
Undistributed Stores Account   _         _        _
Stamp   Account    (Unemployment   Insurance)         _    . -          — -    __
Supervision  _       _        __   	
$21,315.87
$43,090.69
$64,406.56
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 172—Bridges:   Mainte
Arrow Park " C " 	
19
nance.
$596.73
453.33
491.11
448.89
256.76
767.33
204.04
472.03
741.72
167.36
443.12
900.55
407.22
1,796.10
310
Deep Creek   	
89
Ferret 	
121
Hammel Creek 	
182.
Lemon Creek 	
284
Lemon Creek 	
191
McCormack          ___ _   _ _   	
298
New Denver 	
?A?,
Perrys   	
3034
Payne   —_               "        _ __    "
40
Reed   	
335.
41
West Demars           _   	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  	
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance	
1,
Vote 172—Ferries.
Arrow Park (east and west) 	
$5,952.73
7,242.41
2
Needles—Fauquier     _    _.
Tnt.nl. Vote 172—Ferries 	
249
Vote 130—Grants in Aid op Mining Roads and Tr
Standard Mine Road to Mammoth Mine   	
ails.
$450.82
175.13
150.00
4,750.00
1,250.00
49.72
200.00
100.00
100.00
75.00
67.90
100.00
75.00
348
Upper Springer Creek 	
948
Main Springer Creek   	
?6?
Ten Mile Creek 	
H?,
Enterprise Mine 	
275
Victor  Mine        _             	
588
Shutty Bench  	
???,
Payne Mine (near Sandon)   	
155
Jackson Basin     _
137
Hewitt Mine 	
176.
L.H. Mine  (near Silverton)  	
709
Silver Ridge to Silverite Mine 	
407
Anaconda Trail to Shannon Prosnect 	
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Tra
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District
ils 	
£121,776.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 101
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Spences Bridge-Cache Creek        $6,060.85
Cariboo Road  (Miles 28-70)           4,168.16
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys     $10,229.01
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway ___:     $57,782.71
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads       57,782.71
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway   $1,650.23
172.    Pemberton Portage   24.92
194.    Squamish-Britannia   5.00
563.    West of Fraser   122.00
49.    Lytton     8.27
Surveys    95.65
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads         1,906.07
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Ferries.
45. Pavilion  1  $177.60
46. Big Bar   284.22
48. High Bar   305.83
49. Lytton     429.67
Ferries generally   2.68
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec.  2   (a) —
Ferries          1,200.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway        $8,770.40
Total, "Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a)—
Paving and Surfacing        8,770.40
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway   $1,936.52
10.    Cariboo     1,652.47
12A. Lytton-Lillooet    492.71
12b. Lillooet-Clinton    892.79
18.    Ashcroft-Cache Creek   215.81
29.    Big Bar   55.92
32.    Big Bar Lake   105.90
36. Bonaparte Valley   4,268.81
37. Botanie  Creek   237.20
40.    Bridge River   20.00
51.    Cleveland    590.00
53.    Clinton streets   128.88
56.    Cornwall    288.43
59.    Canyon  (Credit, $231.63)
79. 57-Mile-Williams Lake   102.46
80. Firrell   20.80
81. Fountain Valley   6.00
88. Graham-Dundon   128.01
89. Green Lake   1,966.63
101.    Hat Creek   530.73
103. High Bar  158.48
104. Holland Group    173.50
119.    Jones-Dickey     33.84
Carried forward             $13,774.26    $79,888.19
PROVINC* * I    LIBRARY
VICTORIA, B. C. Q 102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward :  $13,774.26    $79,888.19
Reg. No.
126.    Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek   1,307.62
131.    Lee's Sawmill   23.08
145.    Marble  Canyon   2.40
147.    Mound    260.10
162. North Bonaparte   752.14
163. North Fork   3,878.59
169.    Paradise Valley   69.90
171. Pemberton Meadows   907.73
172. Pemberton Portage   337.94
176.    Robertson     22.97
194. Squamish-Britannia     32.77
195. Squamish streets   862.84
195J. Squamish  (Cleveland Avenue)    14.40
196. Squamish Valley   1,336.85
221.    Watch Lake-Lone Butte   121.85
455.    Garibaldi     23.30
523.    Pavilion Ferry   23.30
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads       23,752.04
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway     $11,822.39
10.    Cariboo Highway  (Clinton streets)           4,238.86
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing        16,061.25
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway  $437.91 $11,236.04 $11,673.95
10.    Cariboo     1,646.81 2,591.04 4,237.85
12A. Lytton-Lillooet    210.45 5,718.23 5,928.68
12B. Lillooet-Clinton    231.24 2,702.70 2,933.94
29.    Big Bar   24.52 185.56 210.08
32.    Big Bar Lake   15.20 494.01 509.21
37.    Botanie Creek        182.20 182.20
40.    Bridge River   13,108.18 6,852.51 19,960.69
42.    B.R.X.    :  176.10 16.40 192.50
51.    Cleveland    56.53 230.61 287.14
56.    Cornwall          319.51 319.51
79.    57-Mile-Williams Lake   302.77 141.19 443.96
81.    Fountain Valley   54.09 270.45 324.54
89. Green Lake   270.85 395.96 666.81
90. Gun  Lake   866.00 139.49 1,005.49
100. Hamilton      178.12 178.12
101. Hat Creek   276.88 386.47 663.35
105.    Hurley River   209.91 203.95 413.86
119.    Jones-Dickev     30.34 829.43 859.77
126.    Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  855.91 285.87 1,141.78
133.    Lillooet-Seton Lake        257.43 257.43
145.    Marble Canyon   157.19 460.84 618.03
162. North Bonaparte   627.97 97.67 725.64
163. North Fork        1,705.73 1,705.73
171. Pemberton Meadows   324.47 3,796.98 4,121.45
172. Pemberton  Portage        825.89 825.89
174.    Pioneer  Dam    156.66   156.66
194. Squamish-Britannia        517.64 517.64
195. Squamish streets   17.16 1,071.20 1,088.36
196. Squamish Valley   66.56 3,085.16 3,151.72
Carried forward        $20,123.70    $45,178.28    $65,301.98 $119,701.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 103
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $20,123.70    $45,178.28    $65,301.98 $119,701.48
Reg. No.
202.    Tyaughton Lake   144.00 302.12 446.12
Sundry roads (units under $150)   319.88        1,826.39        2,146.27
Lillooet Garage       156.50 156.50
Plant and tools               3,776.83        3,776.83
Supervision                 3,616.37        3,616.37
Plant repair and rentals  ,
 (Credit, $3,312.57)
Garage Account ______ (Credit, $2,263.87)
$20,587.58    $49,280.05    $69,867.63
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       69,867.63
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
1.    Oregon Jack, No. 1   $1,739.81
29.    Six Mile   225.44
108.    Alexander    528.00
112. Jones   261.58
113. Olympic   805.39
121.    Noel Creek   269.13
187. Hat Creek, No. 3   276.44
188. Hat Creek, No. 4   270.64
189. Hat Creek, No. 5  269.89
190. Hat Creek, No. 6   269.33
191. Hat Creek, No. 7   184.67
192. Hat Creek, No. 8  198.90
233. Cayoosh Creek   621.63
234. Craig  Lodge   931.78
250.    Jackson     156.68
301.    Mamquam   225.01
385. Honin   167.22
386. Stein    1,569.35
409.    Cheakamus    428.0-8
415.    Pillchuck   2,257.26
417.    Washout  (Mamquam)    168.52
555.    French Bar   174.06
559.    Ward    199.56
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)   _  1,540.11
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance        13,738.48
Vote 172—Ferries.
45. Pavilion     $949.60
46. Big Bar   1,310.74
48. High Bar   1,653.02
49. Lytton     1,857.35
Ferries generally  39.29
Total, Vote 172—Ferries  '. L         5,810.00
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
42.    B.R.X. extension to B.R. Consolidated  :  $750.00
113.    Olympic Bridge   4,000.00
553.    Truax   100.00
Chism Creek Trail   100.00
Ample Mine   100.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails        5,050.00
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  $214,167.59 Q 104 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
Hopkins Landing-Port Mellon   $300.23
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys         $300.23
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
9.    Bella Coola   $2,357.64
102.    Main (Lasaueti Island)   420.80
111.    Lund  1,136.36
137.    Thunder Bay   2,022.91
175.    Central (Texada Island)   213.64
177.    Gillies Bay  2,864.50
270.    Kopas ._ .  176.30
272.    Gower Point   186.84
281.    Gibson-Sechelt   2,345.04
291.    Lower   193.35
310.    Redroof's    203.77
314.    Sechelt-Pender Harbour   1,574.65
330.    Hospital   164.27
337.    Crick   203.59
96R. First Avenue  153.00
97R. Marine Avenue   265.99
Sundry roads (units under $150)   2,184.98
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        16,667.63
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges.
134.    Sliammon   $600.00
296.    Mission, No. 2   690.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   247.49
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Bridges  _         1,537.49
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
137.    Thunder Bay  $1,035.26
96R. Manson  ,  77.57
95r. Cranberry Lake  70.26
134.    Cranberry Lake ■_  70.26
111.    Lund   16.22
97r. Marine    798.37
237.    Ocean View   712.58
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing         2,780.52
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
70r. Gibson-Sechelt        $178.32 $178.32
96r. First                  370.16 370.16
97r. Marine                150.07 150.07
1.    Bowen Island Trunk (Bowen Island) __          $10.17          657.08 667.25
3.    Cowan (Bowen Island)        1,282.75 1,282.75
6. Grafton (Bowen Island)               10.16          277.53 287.69
7. Langlois (Bowen Island)                  150.88 150.88
9.    Miller (Bowen Island)               10.19           267.81 278.00
9.    Bella Coola             929.14 4,727.51 5,656.65
101. Lake (Lasqueti Island)                  415.56 415.56
102. Main (Lasqueti Island)        1,124.30 1,124.30
111.    Lund        1,707.52 1,707.52
129.    Lennie (Lasqueti Island)                 376.13 376.13
Carried forward.   $959.66    $11,685.62    $12,645.28    $21,285.87 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 105
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
102.
276.
279.
284.
180.
33.
127.
52.
53.
312.
315.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
134.    Cranberry 	
137.    Thunder Bay	
174. Blubber Bay (Texada Island) _
175. Central (Texada Island) 	
177. Gillies Bay (Texada Island) -__.,
180. Shelter Point (Texada Island).
183. Crescent Bay (Texada Island).
210.    Loubert  	
224.    Haslam Lake 	
228.    Anderson  	
237.    Ocean View  ......
261.    Erickson  	
271.    Beach 	
281.    Gibson-Sechelt  	
291.    Lower  :	
310.    Redroof's  	
314.    Sechelt-Pender Harbour 	
400.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
$959.66    $11,685.62    $12,645.28    $21,285.87
Beatty Lake (Lasqueti Island)  	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools 	
Plant repair and rentals     	
 (Credit, $4,481.65)
Supervision  	
Westview Garage	
Bella Coola Garage ___(Credit, $443.34)
Bella Coola Garage (new) 	
665.93
3,201.10
485.53
863.42
1,561.30
279.97
271.19
304.99
171.34
242.86
309.55
191.80
355.12
1,502.27
242.81
421.33
1,618.36
168.41
3,875.57
513.61
2,512.82
125.43
622.36
665.93
3,201.10
485.53
863.42
1,561.30
279.97
271.19
304.99
171.34
242.86
309.55
191.80
355.12
1,502.27
242.81
421.33
1,618.36
168.41
3,875.57
513.61
2,512.82
125.43
622.36
$959.66    $27,267.70    $28,227.36
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        28,227.36
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Blubber Bay __
Chester 	
Haslam  	
Hazelmore  	
Loubert  	
Smithson 	
Surgenor    	
Thorsen, No. 2
Thorsen, No. 3
Wakefield 	
Wilson Creek _
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)
$170.66
282.10
258.90
1,558.41
228.57
446.80
957.49
462.67
240.69
465.27
182.89
1,005.38
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 172—Ferries.
50.    Hagensborg-Salloomt  	
$839.16
6,259.83
Total, Vote 172—Ferries 	
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
6-148. Surprise Mountain Road (Texada Island)   $100.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District 	
839.16
100.00
$56,712.22 Q 106
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
Reg. No.
224.    Coast
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Roads.
115.
114.
234.
70.
107.
649.
632.
263.
107.
106.
504.
115.
311.
606.
120.
116.
121.
72.
548.
551.
550.
170.
156.
462.
540.
305.
58.
162.
180.
234.
135.
583.
138.
597.
238.
649.
152.
Cusheon (Saltspring Island)
Lang's  (Saltspring Island)  _
North (Gabriola Island)
Southey Point (Saltspring Island) __.
Sundry roads (units under $150) _____
$420.09
213.64
594.09
1,591.00
1,732.68
23.03
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads 	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   $410.39
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Beaver Point (Saltspring Island)
Sundry roads (units under $150)
$402.93
568.88
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2
Roads 	
(a) —
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a)
and Surfacing.
St. George Street	
Townsite 	
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec.
Paving and Surfacing	
Paving
$443.95
1,657.78
1,003.85
2   (a) —
Ashlar 	
Beaver Point (Saltspring Island)
Beddis (Saltspring Island)  	
Bruce 	
Cusheon Lake (Saltspring Island)
Departure Bay 	
Eberts  	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
  $163.04
  752.49
  711.53
  598.31
  217.10
  687.57
   295.11
  642.97
  350.98
  201.08
  182.35
  189.66
  375.17
  215.48
  447.93
  316.44
  1,034.55
  288.87
  161.95
  688.35
  326.83
  655.56
  154.71
  766.63
  260.69
  487.25
  433.46
  234.80
  164.68
  325.13
  4,869.33
Fern wood (Saltspring Island)  	
Fulford-Ganges (Saltspring Island)
Ganges  (lower)   (Saltspring Island)
Georgina Point (Mayne Island) 	
Harewood  	
Harewood Mines 	
Howard 	
Isabella Point (Saltspring Island) ___.
Island Highway	
Jingle Pot 	
Lambert 	
Lyall Harbour (Saturna Island) 	
Main (Galiano Island) 	
Montague (Galiano Island) 	
Musgrave (Saltspring Island) 	
North (Gabriola Island) 	
North End (Saltspring Island) 	
Old Victoria 	
Rainbow (Saltspring Island) 	
Rosehill	
South (Gabriola Island) __
St. George Street
Walker Hook (Saltspring Island)
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a)	
Roads  •
Carried forward   	
$4,574.53
410.39
971.81
3,105.58
17,200.00
$26,262.31 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 107
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing.
Gravel-crushing at Cassidy     $27,943.65
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a)-
Gravel-crushing 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
107.    Beaver Point (Saltspring Island)
Bruce Avenue 	
Departure Bay	
Eighth Street
504.
311.
522.
116.
121.
135.
588.
151.
517.
107.
106.
74.
220.
22.
108.
502.
504.
113.
311.
217.
64.
120.
534.
535.
116.
122.
549.
548.
62.
550.
170.
156.
462.
58.
162.
469.
234:
135.
432.
83.
589.
85.
138.
87.
649.
605.
604.
Fulford-Ganges (Saltspring Island)
Ganges (lower)  (Saltspring Island)
North End (Saltspring Island) 	
Park Avenue 	
Vesuvius (Saltspring Island) 	
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
$369.17
1,180.00
2,348.68
418.87
2,042.47
346.55
236.61
437.29
281.87
268.75
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a)-
Paving and Surfacing	
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal.
Acacia Avenue	
Beaver Creek (Saltspring Island) 	
Beddis (Saltspring Island) 	
Bedwell Harbour (Pender Island) 	
Berry Point (Gabriola Island)  	
Bittaincourt  (Saltspring Island)  	
Bodewell-Coruis  (Saltspring Island).
Bradley Street 	
Bruce Avenue	
Cranberry  (Saltspring Island)  	
Departure Bay	
Ellis (Galiano Island) 	
Fernhill (Mayne Island) 	
Fernwood (Saltspring Island) 	
Fifth Street	
Fourth Street
$76.72
Fulford-Ganges (Saltspring Island)...
Ganges (upper)  __
Hamilton Avenue 	
Harewood Avenue 	
Horton Bay  (Mayne Island)  	
Howard Avenue
51.58
Isabella Point (Saltspring Island)_
Island Highway	
Jingle Pot 	
Main (Galiano Island) 	
Montague  (Galiano Island)  	
Nanaimo Lakes 	
North (Gabriola Island) 	
North End (Saltspring Island) —
Northfield .    	
Otter Bay (Pender Island) 	
Pine Street 	
Port Washington (Pender Island) _
Rainbow (Saltspring Island) 	
Razor Point (Pender Island) 	
St. George Street	
Seventh Street 	
Sixth Street 	
73.04
20.26
General.
$348.38
454.38
413.18
242.40
229.89
229.93
194.20
213.80
1,027.95
284.82
479.85
198.72
177.35
335.10
582.09
227.47
685.47
309.49
189.29
360.40
274.86
470.81
151.40
330.25
602.83
1,585.20
681.66
164.51
365.74
591.66
352.78
209.45
223.57
210.25
174.85
210.83
760.25
200.17
336.96
Total.
$348.38
454.38
413.18
242.40
229.89
229.93
194.20
213.80
1,027.95
284.82
556.57
198.72
177.35
335.10
582.09
227.47
737.05
309.49
189.29
360.40
274.86
470.81
151.40
403.29
623.09
1,585.20
681.66
164.51
365.74
591.66
352.78
209.45
223.57
210.25
174.85
210.83
760.25
200.17
336.96
$26,262.31
27,943.65
7,930.26
Carried forward..
$221.60 $15,082.19 $15,303.79 $62,136.22 Q 108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward _____     $221.60    $15,082.19    $15,303.79    $62,136.22
Reg. No.
238.    South (Gabriola Island)
632.    Townsite 	
526.    Vancouver Avenue
152.    Walker Hook (Saltspring Island)      	
80.    Wallace Point (Pender Island)      	
538.    Watfield Avenue     	
Sundry roads (units under $150)   41.48
Supervision      	
Stores        	
Plant and tools ._        	
Plant Repair and Rental Account     	
845.78
845.78
292.58
292.58
458.73
458.73
178.50
178.50
269.23
269.23
249.00
249.00
6,867.95
6,909.43
1,757.59
1,757.59
569.54
569.54
438.50
438.50
1,002.63
1,002.63
$263.08    $28,012.22    $28,275.30
■     Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       28,275.30
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
1. Chase River   $586.81
2. Cook's   972.42
3. Dickinson  . 264.83
33.    East Wellington  370.94
109.    Pearson   345.20
133.    Westwood   273.08
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   185.33
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance        2,998.61
Vote 172—Ferries.
28.    Fulford-Swartz Bay       $7,714.48
13.    Gabriola Island         7,150.65
Total, Vote 172—Ferries        14,865.13
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District  $108,275.26
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Ferries.
Kootenay Lake        $1,425.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Ferries       $1,425.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
1. Bonnington-South Slocan  $1,417.34
1. Creston-Arrow Creek   14,326.20
71. Creston-Porthill   566.04
1. Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay  3,371.63
1. Nelson-Balfour   926.43
235. Nelson-Nelway   4,305.13
Total, Capital Account, 1.935—Surveys        24,912.77
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:  Roads.
1.    Nelson-Balfour        $1,050.00
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads          1,050.00
Carried forward     $27,387.77 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 109
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $27,387.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:  Ferries.
Kootenay Lake Ferry Landings, etc.  $217,859.05
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Ferries      217,859.05
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Castlegar-Nelson        $5,428.24
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          5,428.24
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Ferries.
Nelson Ferry        $1,827.79
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a)—
Ferries          1,827.79
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
45r. Canyon   $10,675.90
1.    Castlegar-Nelson   27,289.55
1.    Creston-Goatfell   221.48
1.    Gray Creek-Creston  11,533.18
1.    Nelson-Balfour   1,339.12
Sundry roads   662.13
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        51,721.36
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
45r. Canyon        $1,578.27
1.    Castlegar-Nelson          3,607.61
1.    Gray Creek-Creston         1,527.80
1.    Nelson-Balfour          2,703.55
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing         9,417.23
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
2.    Alice                     $25.68 $169.01 $194.69
6. Arrow Creek  (east)         602.34 602.34
7. Arrow Creek (west)             110.58 985.32 1,095.90
30.    Blewett          1,132.25 1,105.45 2,237.70
32.    Bonnington               29.92 312.45 342.37
38.    Bunce        277.27 277.27
45R. Canyon                       32.20 326.15 358.35
50.    Canyon-Porthill             284.47 5,526.42 5,810.89
1.    Castlegar-Nelson          3,616.52 6,280.05 9,896.57
61.    Connel        242.43 242.43
65.    Crawford Creek               12.25 208.88 221.13
67. Creston-Erickson              265.56 3,243.97 3,509.53
1.    Creston-Goatfell          2,358.53 6,252.30 8,610.83
68. Creston-Goat River       332.27 332.27
70. Creston-Lister                12.40 247.36 259.76
71. Creston-Porthill   _'              83.15 1,306.06 1,389.21
72. Creston-Summit Creek            112.40 3,188.82 3,301.22
74.    Creston-Wynndel             132.19 2,182.43 2,314.62
1.    Gray Creek-Creston ___:         1,488.53 10,113.88 11.602.41
124.    Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay             928.65 658.53 1,587.18
Carried forward     $10,625.28    $43,561.39    $54,186.67 $313,641.44 Q 110
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg.
139.
141.
178.
194.
196.
198.
199.
1.
234.
235.
236.
251.
258.
261.
275.
276.
279.
289.
298.
299.
301.
306.
310.
311.
316.
320.
323.
335.
349.
363.
365.
378.
Snow-removal,
Brought forward     $10,625.28
No.
Harrop-Procter
Haskins  (east)
Knox 	
Lindsay
14.
33.
36.
38.
54.
57.
58.
83.
87.
102.
103.
148.
156.
169.
181.
182.
212.
216.
253.
Lister Settlement _
Lizard Creek	
Longbeach 	
Nelson-Balfour ____
Nelson-Kaslo 	
Nelson-Nelway 	
Nick's Island 	
Pass Creek 	
Porcupine 	
Pump 	
Radio Beam Road
Reclamation 	
Riondel 	
246.20
21.61
95.24
47.20
75.42
39.86
54.61
1,517.95
1,597.15
8,171.26
Rosemont streets
Salmo streets 	
Salmo—Trail 	
Salmo River Bank Protection
Samuelson 	
Sheep Creek 	
Silver King 	
Simmons
7.90
269.23
131.36
60.24
404.51
132.40
1,071.45
26.11
1,705.97
138.00
South Nelson streets __
Sproule Creek 	
Stocks-Jackson 	
Trail-Pend d'Oreille ._
Vernon-South Slocan
Wild Horse	
Wilson 	
Ymir streets 	
Sundry roads 	
Plant and tools 	
307.83
133.31
33.78
1,455.18
119.24
9.10
40.96
628.18
Supervision  (Creston)
General. Total.
$43,561.39 $54,186.67 $313,641.44
763.52 1,009.72
263.09 284.70
238.73 333.97
115.32 162.52
3,861.11 3,936.53
257.56 297.42
108.69 163.30
5,954.58 7,472.53
1,591.92 3,189.07
6,000.76 14,172.02
344.74 344.74
963.30 963.30
152.19 152.19
500.00 507.90
187.32 456.55
3,373.67 3,505.03
1,042.45 1,102.69
500.88 905.39
382.12 514.52
1,124.77 2,196.22
1,737.51 1,737.51
324.09 350.20
922.76 2,628.73
127.78 265.78
304.73 304.73
3,395.25 3,703.08
720.51 853.82
384.86 384.86
647.47 681.25
2.541.31 3,996.49
222.16 341.40
225.90 235.00
164.20 205.16
14.92 643.10
2.768.32 2,768.32
1,051.30 1,051.30
$29,166.53    $86,841.18 $116,007.71
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets     116,007.71
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Bird Creek, No. 1   $155.00
Canyon-Porthill, No. 3  247.23
Castlegar-Nelson, No. 2  1,050.63
Castlegar-Nelson, No. 4  781.80
Creston-Porthill, No. 2 J 353!91
Creston-Summit, No. 1  447.37
Creston-Summit, No. 2  155.01
Gray Creek-Creston, No. 2  451.97
Gray Creek-Creston, No. 6  957.30
Harrop-Procter, No. 1   225.21
Harrop-Procter, No. 2  .  223.61
Nelson-Balfour, No. 3   425.24
Nelson-Nelway, No. 6  185.22
Pass Creek, No. 1   306.59
Porcupine Creek, No. 1   191.04
Porcupine Creek, No. 2  153.00
Salmo-Trail, No. 1   318!83
Sheep Creek, No. 2  815!o6
Vernon-South Slocan, No. 1  1,228!38
Sundry bridges  2,709!83
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance       11,382.23
Carried forward  $441 031.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 111
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $441,031.38
Vote 172—Ferries.
Kootenay Lake   $38,824.23
Nelson   18,914.69
Tug " Eleanor "   1,267.47
Harrop-Longbeach   6,332.37
West Creston  5,503.85
Nick's Island  3,384.21
Slocan River  386.97
Glade  *.  10.75
Total, Vote 172—Ferries (see Credits, $27,986.95)       74,624.54
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Reg. No.
134.    Fern Mine Road  $283.77
277.    Fawn Creek Road to Nugget  200.00
305.    Second Relief Mine Road  841.07
259.    Porto Rico Road  56.63
26.    Bear Creek Road and Trail  493.26
22.    Bayonne Mine Road  1,000.00
32.    Humming Bird Trail  112.50
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails        2,987.23
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District  $518,643.15
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
District Lot 172          $251.25
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads  $251.25
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
Marine Drive (District Lot 172)  $481.85
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  481.85
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :   Roads.
District Lot 172        $1,664.89
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          1,664.89
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Paving
and Surfacing.
Twentieth Street (District Lot 172)   $264.60
Other streets (District Lot 172)         1,541.43
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing          1,806.03
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Streets in District Lot 172       $4,427.04
Plant and tools   217.60
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)  2.91
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        4,647.55
Carried forward '_       $8,851.57 Q 112 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward      $8,851.57
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Ewen Avenue (City of New Westminster)       $1,000.00
Brunette Street (City of New Westminster)         1,000.00
I
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within municipal limits         2,000.00
Total expenditure, New Westminster District     $10,851.57
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
(Classified Highways).
Reg. No.
67A. Marine Drive (primary)  $881.69
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads  (Classified Highways)  $881.69
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
67a. Marine  Drive   (primary)  $201.80
73a. Dollarton Highway (primary)  _■_  226.45
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  (Classified Highways)  428.25
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
(Classified Highways).
67a. Marine Drive (primary)  $936.32
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads (Classified Highways)  936.32
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :   Paving
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
66a. Marine Drive (primary)  $712.51
73a. Dollarton  Highway   (primary) •_         1,234.09
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  (Classified Highways)         1,946.60
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
89r. Cloverleaf (arterial)           $109.63
Plant and tools   34.56
Supervision   808.26
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets  952.45
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
66a. Marine Drive (primary)  $173.30
67a. Marine Drive  (primary)  2 921.25
71a. Nelson Avenue   (primary)  'll4.03
72a. Chatham, Royal, and Bay Avenues (primary)  197^06
73a. Dollarton Highway (primary)  1,526!43
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways        4,932.07
Carried forward      sjq, 077 go STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 113
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,077.38
Vote 172—Classified Bridges.
Reg. No.
2. Capilano  (Credit, $309.99)
3. Reserve   $185.05
5.    Sandy Cove  16.46
9.    Cypress Creek  48.75
$250.26
Total, Vote 172—Classified Bridges (Credit, $59.73)
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District     $10,017.65
OAK BAY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bituminous
Surfacing (Classified Highways).
109b. Beach Drive  (secondary)       $1,873.31
Total,   Capital   Account,   1935—Bituminous   Surfacing   (Classified
Highways)       $1,873.31
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) Roads
(Classified Highways).
109b. Beach Drive  (secondary)       $2,380.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads  (Classified Highways)        2,380.00
Total expenditure, Oak Bay District      $4,253.31
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
Vernon-Slocan Highway, No. 6       $1,946.75
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads        $1,946.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges.
70.    Kingfisher      $10,292.71
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges        10,292.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
103r. Vernon-Slocan, No. 6 (Miles 5.1 to 10.1)  $126.47
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys   126.47
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
71.    Long Lake        $1,062.10
133.    Martin   150.00
Loading platform at Vernon Garage   325.99
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          1,538.09
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
30. Commonage  $385.65
31. Creighton Valley   53.59
Carried forward  $439.24    $13,904.02 Q 114
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (NORTH)—Continued.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward .
Reg. No.
34.    Deep Creek
39.
74.
65.
75.
94.
100.
102.
103.
129.
78.
131.
Enderby-Grindrod	
Enderby-Mabel Lake
Kamloops-Vernon 	
Lumby-Mabel Lake __.
North Fork __
Oyama
Okan,agan Highway, No. 5 	
Richlands 	
Sugar Lake 	
Trans-Canada Highway, No. 1 _
Tronson 	
Vernon-Slocan Highway, No. 6
$439.24    $13,904.02
72.67
57.58
5,139.95
1,626.95
415.73
102.21
19.30
2,442.79
391.75
390.72
425.43
323.87
5,431.54
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a)-
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :
Bituminous Surfacing.
100.    Oyama   $100.02
102.    Okanagan Highway, No. 5         1,795.43
88.    Vernon-Slocan Highway, No. 6        14,327.67
103R. Vernon-Slocan Highway, No. 6        16,416.89
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,'
Bituminous Surfacing	
Sec.  2   (a)-
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
17,279.73
32,640.01
20.
4.
30.
31.
26.
28.
34.
39.
37.
74.
36.
49.
60.
65.
66.
70.
75.
73.
178.
94.
97.
100.
102.
103.
105.
107.
129.
126.
121.
78.
130.
131.
Black Timms 	
Bella Vista 	
Commonage 	
Creighton Valley
Carlin  	
Camerons Point __
Deep Creek
Enderby-Grindrod
East Vernon 	
Enderby-Mabel Lake
Eastside  	
Grandview Bench 	
Headgates  	
Kamloops—Vernon 	
Kedleston  	
L. & A. 	
Lumby-Mabel Lake
Lumby streets 	
Middle Bench 	
North Fork	
Okanagan Landing _
Oyama
Okanagan Highway, No. 5
Richlands   _ ______
Riverside 	
Rollings Lake 	
Sugar Lake 	
Squaw   Valley	
Shuswap River
Trans-Canada Highway, No. 1
Trinity Valley	
Tronson 	
Carried forward. ____        $7,219.73
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$154.55
405.34
$154.55
405 34
$315.52
640.35
955.87
261.48
797.48
1,058.96
420.92
420.92
36.91
247.34
284.25
690.02
890.41
1,580.43
99.83
1,058.94
1,158.77
487.18
743.42
1,230.60
960.38
2,375.36
3,335.74
211.20
211 20
454.54
834.96
1,289.50
45.86
175.24
221.10
272.40
1,151.79
1,424.19
195.66
601.30
796.96
164.62
559.77
724.39
257.96
1,650.98
1,908.94
154.67
124.09
278.76
230 42
230 42
7.63
341.25
348.88
32.83
1,319.58
1,352.41
208.45
1,500.51
1,708.96
1,155.34
8,191.78
9,347.12
151 72
151.72
177.26
177.26
51.93
140.65
192.58
62.24
421.18
483.42
155 21
155 21
201.83
201.83
839.75
1,801.03
2,640.78
442.36
514.97
957.33
22.17
580.71
602.88
8,771.54    $35,991.27    $63,823.76 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 115
Reg.
88.
138.
139.
32B
33b
30.
32.
38.
59.
70.
120.
1.
35.
48.
52.
83.
88.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continue
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Ro^
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General.
Brought forward       $7,219.73    $28,771.54
No.
Vernon-Slocan Highway, No. 6                   552.83        3,996.30
d.
ds, Trails,
Total.
$35,991.27
4,549.13
2,304.54
471.29
1,649.52
2,094.64
$63,823.76
Westside                   726.03        1,578.51
Whitevale     _   __ ___                                202.03          269.26
Plant and tools       ____                           1,649.52
Sundry roads (units under $150)                        39.87        2,054.77
Plant Repair and Rental Account 	
 (Credit, $1,250.82)
Garage Account           (Credit, $180.53)
$8,740.49    $36,888.55
$45,629.04
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
45,629.04
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
Armstrong-Salmon River (Spallumcheen Municipality)	
$213.68
156.73
Armstrong-Salmon River  (City of Armstrong)
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways 	
370.41
•   Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Derby      _   "     	
$758.82
585.20
264.66
584.71
312.64
484.30
1,303.75
Dure Meadow	
Falls Creek	
Horner 	
Kingfisher 	
Siwash        	
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)	
Enderby Road (pipe platform, City of Enderby) __
                                     (Credit, $333.34)
Total, Vote 172—Bridges: Maintenance	
3,960.74
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (North)	
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   E
Bear Creek 	
RIDGES.
$313.13
379.69
540.05
1,127.71
813.57
475.44
384.70
$113,783.95
Mission Creek, No. 3	
Slough, No. 2     	
Thompson  	
Burne Avenue            _ __ 	
Cundy _: __ _          _
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges 	
$4,034.29
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  S
Kelowna-Trepanier  (Drought's Hill)   	
URVEYS.
$599.16
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys	
599.16
.    Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)
Okanagan Highway (Drought's Hill Section, Mile 72.5 to Mile
76.3) 	
Roads.
$30,058.08
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads	
Carried forward    	
30,058.08
$34,691.53 - - „   __„
Reg.
102.
52.
67.
84.
102.
111.
116.
128.
137.
138.
145.
149.
150.
172.
185.
201.
223.
233.
235.
250.
4lR
1.
15.
4lR
48.
92.
102.
118.
128.
149.
250.
251.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)-
-Continued.
$34,691.53
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,
Kelowna-Westbank (construction of marine ways).—
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,'
Ferries               __          	
Sec. 2
' 1944,
(a):
Sec.
Ferries.
$111.70
2   («)—
111.70
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,
and Surfacing.
No.
Sec. 2
(a)
Paving
13,469.82
2   (a) —
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Paving and Surfacing     _       _ __    __   _
' 1944,
Sec.
13,469.82
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,'
Bond     _   _   _   	
Sec. 2
(a)
Roads.
$181.06
265.65
267.19
488.51
375.93
199.76
1,614.63
274.41
329.35
524.57
13,194.48
277.96
170.78
193.28
647.45
820.58
624.95
3,012.53
164.70
511.21
861.02
Joe Rich 	
Garner 	
Okanagan Highway                              -                   _       _..
—
Spiers   __ _   _         _
Miller 	
Richter Street _ _.      __   _ _ 	
Tree         _         	
Burne Avenue     _ __  __ 	
West Avenue      _ ._ _              _    .
Lake Shore      _       	
Swamp           _ _.	
Westside      _ _
Boudherie 	
Gellatley	
Peachland-Princeton   	
Fish Lake         _
Trout Creek—Bald Range             _ __ _
Penticton—Naramata     _ - ___   	
Penticton-Kelowna  '
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Roads 	
1945,"
Sec.
2   (a) —
25,000.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"
Kelowna-Westbank (construction of marine ways)
Sec. 2
(a):
Ferries.
$9,359.54
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Ferries 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,'
and Surfacing.
Okanagan Centre	
1945,"
Sec. 2
Sec
(a)
2   (a) —
Paving
$2,821.43
1,898.72
134.41
445.47
2,733.74
12,722.48
3,042.99
816.86
5,234.05
542.79
1,917.76
2   (a) —
9,359.54
Packing-house Road (Woodsdale) 	
Penticton-Kelowna	
Rutland     _   _             —_ — _
East Kelowna     _____        _ __ _„ 	
Okanagan Highway        _ ... 	
K.L.O.                   _   	
Richter Street _   __       _ _         _   ___
Lake Shore  _ _         ■      _         _ __   _   	
Penticton-Naramata	
North Naramata	
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Paving and Surfacing	
1945,"
Sec
32,310.70
$114,943.29
Carried forward	 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 117
OKANAGAN DISTRICT   (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward  $114,943.29
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg. No.
Snow-removal.
1.
2.
9.
10.
15.
16.
18.
20.
22.
30.
33.
35.
48.
52.
53.
67.
68.
78.
80.
83.
96.
99.
102.
103.
111.
112.
118.
119.
122.
126.
128.
129.
132.
143.
144.
146.
149.
150.
156.
164.
172.
176.
185.
186.
192.
201.
207.
218.
223.
233.
234.
250.
251.
40r.
41r.
Okanagan  Centre
Camp 	
Glenmore	
Shanks    	
Woodsdale
$155.15
Woods Lake-Bottom Road
Beaver Lake 	
McKinley	
Jim Bailey 	
Old Vernon 	
Anderson 	
Bulman 	
Rutland 	
Bond	
Morrison 	
Joe Rich 	
Three Forks 	
Belgo	
Hollywood 	
Walburn  	
Butler 	
June Springs
313.89
Okanagan Highway
McCulloch 	
Spiers	
Hall  	
K.L.O. 	
Benvoulin 	
Burns 	
Snodgrass	
Richter Street 	
Guisachan 	
Knox Mountain 	
Ethel Street 	
North Street	
Tutt Street 	
Lake Shore 	
Swamp 	
Paret	
Chute Lake 	
Westside  	
Bear Creek 	
Boucherie 	
Bartley 	
Elliott 	
2,030.52
1,890.60
210.28
Gellatley 	
Glenrosa 	
Trepanier 	
Peachland-Princeton
Fish Lake 	
Meadow Valley
Penticton-Naramata 	
North Naramata 	
Peachland-Kelowna (arterial) (Peach-
land Municipality)  	
Penticton-Kelowna    (arterial)    (Sum-
merland Municipality) __
Roads generally
162.27
356.42
Mission and Sawmill Creeks (improvements )  	
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account	
General.
$1,064.80
197.86
490.07
263.96
514.95
798.14
635.71
182.28
169.86
510.31
242.26
205.87
700.34
290.03
492.53
4,163.91
305.76
473.17
400.09
283.94
358.98
224.32
10,772.41
932.34
446.51
353.49
1,081.05
311.08
158.88
196.71
613.26
377.66
355.15
318.79
607.80
338.24
1,170.33
756.46
227.13
165.27
798.20
420.61
1,320.10
222.84
242.62
248.49
357.07
164.79
256.68
484.42
195.86
325.81
554.22
357.58
3,093.67
168.79
8,943.87
2,391.57
1,641.76
Total.
$1,219.95
197.86
490.07
263.96
514.95
798.14
635.71
182.28
169.86
510.31
242.26
205.87
700.34
290.03
492.53
4,477.80
305.76
473.17
400.09
283.94
358.98
224.32
12,802.93
2,822.94
446.51
353.49
1,081.05
311.08
158.88
196.71
613.26
377.66
355.15
318.79
607.80
338.24
1,170.33
756.46
227.13
165.27
798.20
630.89
1,320.10
222.84
242.62
248.49
357.07
164.79
256.68
484.42
195.86
488.08
554.22
357.58
3,450.09
168.79
8,943.87
2,391.57
1,641.76
Carried forward       $5,119.13    $54,340.65
9,459.78 $114,943.29 Q 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward       $5,119.13    $54,340.65    $59,459.78 $114,943.29
Sundry roads (units under $150)          2,046.28        5,661.24        7,707.52
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $8,323.88)
$7,165.41    $51,678.01    $58,843.42
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       58,843.42
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
1.    Bear Creek   $415.56
52. Thompson  539.26
53. Slough, No. 7     998.00
60.    Trout Creek, No. 4   237.23
79.    Ellison Overhead  425.51
85.    Conroy   235.17
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)      856.65
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance .__-_         3,707.38
Vote 172—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank (see Credits, $43,804.75)      $40,444.32
Total, Vote 172—Ferries        40,444.32
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Kelowna-Vernon (Municipality of Glenmore)   $400.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  400.00
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (South)   $218,338.41
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
10.    Blackwater-Stoney Creek (Mud River Section)       $5,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads       $5,000.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
17. Campbell-Hulatt   $1,348.07
117. Fort St. James-Manson Creek  288.00
42. Fraser Lake-Francois Lake   998.54
61. Lily Lake  463.41
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   12,390.06
104. Schaefer   975.92
40. Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek  33.75
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   56.99
127. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point   56.99
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a)	
Roads        16,611.73
Carried forward     «21 611 73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 119
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)— Continued.
Brought forward       $21,611.73
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Reg.
10.
No.
Blackwater—Stoney Creek  	
Snow-removal.
$109.94
63.72
184.86
49.28
77.67
16.31
195.64
36.15
34.93
173.03
231.55
221.72
211.75
General.
$375.91
461.30
46.50
271.61
118.84
364.79
138.79
174.40
169.06
522.77
108.54
64.48
Total.
$485.85
12.
525.02
16.
231.46
17.
15.
Campbell-Hulatt 	
320.89
196.51
27.
Endako—Francois Lake     _ _   _ _     _ _ __
381.10
32.
Finmoore (south)              _   __   	
334.43
36.
37.
117.
42.
Fort Fraser Settlement  (east)	
Fort Fraser-Stella	
Fort St. James-Germansen Landing	
Fraser Lake—Francois Lake   .__
210.55
203.99
695.80
340.09
55.
58.
Hulatt (south)	
286.20
211.75
63.
178.81
634.22
183.93
107.90
144.17
8,342.76
385.66
109.42
37.60
197.57
131.03
536.06
52.74
577.98
936.61
2,723.26
1,035.77
245.56
572.07
1,356.58
2,026.05
3,877.27
178.81
182.
65.
Loop 	
Mapes      _               _ -   -	
375.03
220.68
49.26
32.40
4,382.04
1,553.17
38.56
190.06
1,009.25
404.61
180.
157.16
79.
Nithi              ____                   ,   	
176.57
39.
183.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Pinchi Lake _   __                 .       .
12,724.80
1,938.83
94.
Prairiedale      _ _,           _ _     _   _   	
147.98
104.
108.
Schaefer 	
227.66
197.57
109.
102.
Snell 	
Sob Lake         _   _   _
23.49
217.00
117.26
136.70
838.92
2,758.63
297.57
154.52
753.06
110.
Sowchea                	
170.00
128.
Vanderhoof—Sackner       _ _ '
714.68
40.
124.
Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek  	
Vanderhoof—Stuart Lake    	
1,775.53
5,481.89
127.
Vanderhoof—Sturgeon Point   _      _   	
1,333.34
164.
Willowvale            _           _ _ _ _
245.56
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
572.07
Garage Account          (Credit, $327.30)
Plant and tools _	
1,356.58
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
General Foreman   (salary and travelling expenses)            _   _   __
2,026.05
3,877.27
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails,
Vote 172—Bridg
Carlson   __    _    __        _    _
$12,837.32
$26,882.81
$39,720.13
and Streets
es :   Mainte
39,720.13
119.
VANCE.
$377.41
62.
Clear Creek  _   _
297.29
6.
Egan Overhead            _ _.   _ _
235.13
181.
Greer Creek 	
167.56
7.
Nechako, No. 2      	
4,256.05
8.
Nautley     _. _ _           _____
7,418.00
3,877.19
1,270.44
9.
Stellako         __ _     ______
Sundrv bridges Cunits under $150')	
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance	
        17,899.07
61.
Vote 172—Ferries.
Finmoore       ___   _ ...       _     _ __  __
$1,456.06
1,050.96
377.88
62.
Fort Fraser   .    ,  .       _
59
Hulatt 	
64.
Takla Lake 	
400.00
Total, Vote 172—Ferries 	
Carried forward 	
            3,284.90
     $82,515.83 Q 120 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)— Continued.
Brought forward    $82,515.83
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Manson Creek       $1,664.16
McKee Mountain Road to Leta Exploration, Ltd., property,
near Takla Mercury, Silver Creek  853.72
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails        2,517.5
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)     $85,033.71
OMINECA DISTRICT  (WEST).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Ferries.
Reg. No.
63.    Francois Lake Ferry (marine ways)   $448.31
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Ferries   $448.31
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
5.    Augier Lake   $668.76
200.    Burns Lake-Babine   526.39
21.    Colleymount     ' 1,619.84
25.    Eakin Settlement  1,912.59
43.    Francois Lake (east)   208.00
155.    Houston-Owen Lake-Nadina   3,231.21
90.    Houston-Wistaria   281.82
59.    Keefe's Landing-Ootsa  1,084.03
80.    North Francois   1,409.63.
39.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   8,303.58
202.    Telkwa Coal  527.94
118.    Topley-Babine  608.72
Sundry roads (units under $150)   210.35
Total, "Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation  Act,  1945,"  Sec.  2   (a) —
Roads        20,592.86
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
5.    Augier Lake
177.    Aveling
83. Barrett-Knoekholt
187. Blaney	
82. Boundary 	
153. Brandon 	
9. Brown 	
200. Burns Lake-Babine
21. Colleymount	
22. Crow Creek 	
147. Cummins 	
178. Dockerill  	
25. Eakin Settlement
43. Francois Lake (east) __.
76. Heal-Norris 	
121. Hislop 	
90. Houston-Wistaria 	
59. Keefe's Landing-Ootsa
146. Kerr 	
71. McDonald's Landing _
80. North Francois
39.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Carried forward    	
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$27.00
$369.75
$396.75
10.25
267.04
277.29
157.97
157.97
283.96
283.96
171.58
171.58
144.77
71.47
216.24
229.38
453.09
682.47
1,094.35
1,383.10
2,477.45
1,106.17
1,348.81
2,454.98
22.73
171.80
194.53
106.74
49.36
156.10
109.01
134.28
243.29
22.23
1,751.88
1,774.11
47.16
721.96
769.12
55.94
124.53
180.47
85.77
188.89
274.66
1,029.48
897.35
1,926.83
1,409.55
903.13
2,312.68
58.38
400.67
459.05
201.01
83.12
284.13
833.32
861.71
1,695.03
4,611.13
5,373.65
$16,169.10
9,984.78
$11,204.37
$27,373.47    $21,041.17 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 121
OMINECA DISTRICT   (WEST)— Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.
Brought forward         $11,204.37
General.
$16,169.10
247.70
284.27
1,148.61
4,661.78
131.91
274.45
251.05
209.03
362.64
369.35
707.44
164.59
482.41
93.64
660.90
834.12
Total.
$27,373.47
393.81
774.57
1,148.61
4,661.78
220.67
611.80
323.63
240.03
779.67
389.86
1,446.87
205.72
1,940.11
479.17
872.65
1,439.76
$21,041.17
Reg.
84.
88.
No.
Ootsa Lake Shore (east)            146.11
Palling Settlement             490.30
95.
Quick Station            _                     88.76
19.
Rose Lake Cut-off                                    337.35
101.
Round Lake                    _   _                         72.58
100.
Round Lake (east)                    31.00
181.
Tatalrose                                  417.03
97.
Tatlow .   -.__                      20.51
202.
119.
Telkwa Coal             739.43
Telkwa High                   41.13
118.
Topley-Babine              1,457.70
122.
Uncha                        _                     385.53
130.
Woodmere—Round Lake __           _ _           211.75
Sundry roads (units under $150)              605.64
Garage Account        (Credit, $1,840.66)
$16,249.19
$25,212.33
$41,461.52
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 172—Bridges:   Mainte
Barrett, No. 2 	
41,461.52
116.
NANCE.
$174.90
622.04
1,353.48
262.66
598.36
978.40
1,159.31
211.55
355.78
6.
Buck River          	
212.
Bulkley River  _ _ __      	
15.
Findlay      __           __   _ _    __ _    	
35.
42.
Pleasant Valley      __    _     	
61.
Ten Mile     _       	
125.
Trout Creek     	
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)    _
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
5,716.48
63.
Vote 172—Ferries.
Francois  Lake Ferry        _   _  __
$8,448.06
434.65
Less credits (revenue) 	
Total. Vote 172—Ferries 	
8,013.41
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Ti
2-72A. Bier Eutsuk-Whitesail Portaee 	
.AILS.
$658.71
200.00
3-51
.    Telkwa River Trail	
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining R
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)
oads and Tr
ails  	
858.71
$77,091.29
103.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges.
Dawson Town      $8,614.58
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges 	
Carried forward	
3,614.58
$8,614.58 Q 122 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $8,614.58
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
Reg. No.
Drilling Test-hole to Proposed East Pine  $807.26
8.    Dawson Creek-Commotion Creek  620.67
Pine Pass—
8.            Dawson Creek-Commotion Creek  2,226.08
8.            Mile 94-Commotion Creek  6,195.91
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys         9,849.92
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
8.    Peace River Highway, East Pine-Progress (contract)        $9,641.81
8.    Pine Pass Highway  (Section B), Azouzetta Lake-Commotion
Creek (contract)     222,649.02
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads    232,290.83
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
182.    Highway Bridge over East Pine River at East Pine (substructure)     $33,250.38
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges       33,250.38
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Mouser Creek          $800.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a)—
Roads   800.00
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (6):   Roads.
8.    Pine Pass, Azouzetta Lake-Commotion  Creek  (Miles  94-151)
(engineering, etc.)      $58,680.59
Total,  " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation  Act,"  1944,  Sec.  2   (6) —
Roads        58,680.59
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6):  Bridges.
182.    Pine Pass, East Pine Bridge     $13,183.15
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (6)—
Bridges        13,183.15
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6):  Surveys.
Pine Pass—
Mile 94-Commotion Creek  .       $1,951.53
Commotion Creek-Dawson Creek        8,761.06
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (6)—
Surveys (Pine Pass)        10,712.59
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Ro^ds.
1.    Hudson Hope  $2,458.88
5.    Dawson Creek-Rolla-Clayhurst   1,010.13
7. Rolla (west)   882.95
8. Dawson Creek-Moberly-Hudson Hope  1,961.13
8A. East Pine-Moberly  6,326.74
11. South Fort St. John-Alaska Highway   308.75
12. Cecil Lake-Beatton Hill          3,756.40
13. Fort St. John-Rose Prairie         2,732.76
Carried forward        $19,437.74 $367,382.04 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 123
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :   Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $19,437.74 $367,382.04
Reg. No.
15.    Montney Hill   125.83
21.    Tupper-Kelly Lake   1,576.69
25.    Gundy-Henshaw   349.60
33.    Sunset Prairie-Pine  712.00
42.    Baldonnel-Two Rivers  2,202.23
67.    Fort St. John streets  1,483.07
69.    Little Prairie   1,008.00
110. West of Dawson Creek  245.27
111. Jamieson    188.20
Roads generally   457.62
Unissued stores (War Assets Corporation)   1,149.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads       28,935.25
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Ferries.
68.    East Pine Ferry       $1,995.73
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Ferries          1,995.73
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
1. Grande Prairie-Fort St. John  $10,306.43 $3,365.56 $13,671.99
2. Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge  190.78 386.84 577.62
3. Pouce Coupe-South Dawson  756.39 391.52 1,147.91
4. Pouce Coupe-Belle View  1,006.42 852.44 1,858.86
5. Dawson Creek-Rolla-Clayhurst   16,340.97 3,866.34 20,207.31
6. Rolla  (east)    966.00' 308.99 1,274.99
7. Rolla (west)   845.00 558.82 1,403.82
8. Dawson Creek-Commotion Creek  5,926.25 3,523.08 9,449.33
9. Dawson Creek-Sweetwater-Sunrise
Valley    2,219.60 575.23 2,794.83
10. Progress-Sunset Prairie-Groundbirch 1,445.14 635.86 2,081.00
12. Fort St. John-Hines Creek   518.64 1,087.97 1,606.61
13. Fort St. John-Rose Prairie   1,480.61 1,233.13 2,713.74
14. McKibbin Cut-off      403.76 403.76
15. Charlie Lake-Fort Nelsen   6,126.12 2,523.40 8,649.52
16. Montney-North Pine Corner  485.16 249.63 734.79
21.    Tupper-Kelly Lake   18.64 312.88 331.52
23. Tupper-Hays-Pouce Coupe   418.84 468.70 887.54
24. Tate Creek   71.36 703.37 774.73
25. Gundy-Henshaw   70.34 352.40 422.74
28.    Rolla-Valley View  1,489.04      1,489.04
30. Arras-Fellers Heights-Henshaw   475.51 852.35 1,327.86
31. Arras School   266.00 212.62 478.62
32. Groundbirch School       222.09 222.09
33. Sunset Prairie-Pine  371.00 283.65 654.65
40. Clayhurst School       230.99 230.99
41. Taylor-Peace View   56.70 768.98 825.68
42. Baldonnel-Two Rivers  392.84 1,977.88 2,370.72
44.    Pine View School  215.60 477.18 692.78
53.    Clayton-Cullum   196.00      196.00'
60. Gooding        160.07 160.07
61. Abbott        388.01 388.01
62. Erinlea School       265.87 265.87
101. Farm and country road       756.19 756.19
102. Farm and country road       199.87 199.87
103. Farm and country road      375.81 375.81
104. Farm and country road  3.00 356.75 359.75
105. Farm and country road  636.00 298.63 934.63
Carried forward       $53,294.38    $29,626.86    $82,921.24 $398,313.02 Q 124
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued-
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Reg,
106.
107.
109.
110.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
122.
124.
125.
127.
137.
138.
141.
143.
145.
147.
149.
151.
153.
154.
155.
156.
157.
159.
160.
161.
162.
167.
169.
171.
Brought forward..
No.
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road	
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Farm and country road
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage Account 	
Warehouse _.__	
Stores undistributed 	
Plant and tools	
Camp equipment
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Car mileage
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)  	
Gas, oil, and grease	
Lot 5, Block 5, Plan 1806 	
Supervision 	
Foremen's Conference 	
S n o w-remova 1.
$53,294.38
General.
$29,626.86
474.05
610.60
284.00
478.73
1,448.14
601.43
593.52
1,143.46
581.99
453.32
173.19
1,152.75
615.41
358.61
1,005.99
240.81
1,180.56
294.05
345.36
738.10
347.34
388.34
255.95
216.20
418.34
231.93
254.23
597.53
351.40
283.94
793.50
264.59
545.99
234.70
390.44
418.73
168.15
12,636.05
3,552.88
24.20
2,372.05
4,095.41
16.62
220.59
500.58
14.79
2,534.51
300.00
4,880.72
124.80
Total.
$82,921.24
474.05
610.60
284.00
107.10
209.39
344.00
585.83
1,657.53
601.43
937.52
1,143.46
219.00
204.00
92.32
800.99
657.32
265.51
1,152.75
615.41
358.61
1,005.99
84.00
158.88
324.81
1,339.44
294.05
345.36
182.00
240.00
35.00
77.00
920.10
587.34
423.34
332.95
216.20
418.34
231.93
147.00
401.23
597.53
351.40
283.94
210.94
1,004.44
264.59
545.99
234.70
390.44
418.73
168.15
2,896.25
15,532.30
3,552.88
24.20
2,372.05
4.095.41
16.62
220.59
500.58
14.79
2,534.51
300.00
4,880.72
124.80
	
$398,313.02
$58,501.26    $79,835.43 $138,336.69
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets     138,336.69
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
31. Halfway	
48. Moose River
53. Kiskatinaw .
54. Buffalo 	
$1,471.87
173.46
2,499.28
263.88
Carried forward	
$4,408.49 $536,649.71 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 125
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $4,408.49 $536,649.71
Reg. No.
56. Livingstone   1,344.13
57. Fox   682.21
78. O'Brien   1,181.01
79. Culham   295.38
180.    Cuthbert   503.71
188.    Four Mile   191.84
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   3,047.20
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance       11,653.97
Vote 172—Ferries.
68. East Pine   $4,961.27
69. Hudson Hope  1,754.49
89.    Clayhurst   9,969.75
Total, Vote 172—Ferries       16,685.51
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Dawson Creek (improvements of streets)       $1,000.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits         1,000.00
Total expenditure, Peace River District  $565,989.19
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
18.    Port Clements-Tlell (Graham Island)....       $7,196.37
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads       $7,196.37
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
5.    Masset-Tow Hill (Graham Island)  $417.36
9.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway  .  3,411.02
11.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   236.60
16.    Old Masset-New Masset (Graham Island)  606.51
18.     Port Clements-Tlell  (Graham Island)  678.84
24.    Skidegate-Tlell (Graham Island)  838.77
39.    Horton Street (Port Simpson)  397.51
45.    Miller Bay Hospital Road (Kaien Island)  216.03
67.    Delkatlah Street (Graham Island)  339.47
58.    Delkatlah Shore Road (Graham Island)  173.06
Block 15, Masset (Graham Island)  201.74
Sundry roads (units under $150)  298.48
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          7,815.39
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
3.    Cow Bay (Kaien Island) _____   $176.07
9.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   640.28
11.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   2,923.05
128.    Salt Lakes Trail  176.81
38. Hospital Road (Port Simpson)  655.82
39. Horton Street (Port Simpson)  350.29
54.    Oona River (Porcher Island)  830.14
5.    Masset-Tow Hill (Graham Island)  2,388.84
16.    Old Masset-New Masset (Graham Island)  1,578.41
18.    Port Clements-Tlell (Graham Island)  1,963.17
Carried forward     $11,682.88    $15,011.76 Q 126 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued.
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
Brought forward  $11,682.88    $15,011.76
Reg. No.
24. Skidegate-Tlell (Graham Island)  1,027.26
25. Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate (Graham Island)  309.17
Sundry roads (units under $150)  660.77
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Seci 2  (a)—
Roads        13,680.08
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
9. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   $3,821.75
11. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway   307.15
128. Salt Lakes Trail  276.91
5. Masset-Tow Hill (Graham Island)  3,532.26
16. Old Masset-New Masset  (Graham Island)  2,924.12
30. Tow Hill-Oeanda  (Graham Island)  186.40
69. Delkatlah-Skonum Bay (Graham Island)  557.52
18. Port Clements-Tlell  (Graham Island)  3,178.78
24. Skidegate-Tlell (Graham Island)  1,609.06
25. Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate (Graham Island)  497.41
153. Cougar Walk (Graham Island)  466.37
Sundry roads (units under $150)  826.15
Plant and tools  1,839.64
Supervision     2,529.66
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit, $4,225.29)
Total Vote, 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       18,327.89
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
18.    McBride Street (Kaien Island)  $974.44
20.    Oona River (Porcher Island)  182.73
6.    Hum's (Graham Island)  253.40
2.    Brown's   (Graham Island)  157.89
14.    Lawnhill (Graham Island)  432.83
86.    Tassoo  (Moresby Island)  876.98
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  488.90
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance         3,367.17
Vote 172—Wharves:   Maintenance.
Prince Rupert Wharf (Kaien Island)       $2,912.55
Cow Bay Floats (Kaien Island)         1,281.72
Salt Lakes Floats         3,130.36
Total, Vote 172—Wharves:   Maintenance (see Credits, $10,200)         7,324.63
Total expenditures, Prince Rupert District     $57,711.53
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Sicamous-Revelstoke Right-of-way  $70.00
Revelstoke west roads   12.74
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys  $82.74
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,   Sec. 2 (a,):   Roads.
13.    Big Bend  :       $1,173.23
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          1,173.23
Carried forward       $1 255.97 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 127
Reg. No.
4.    Twelve Mile
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $1,255.97
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Ferries.
 J  $166.90
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2
Ferries	
(a)-
■ Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :  Roads.
6.
13.
23.
24.
70.
71.
90.
Austrian Settlement __.
Big Bend
Fourth Street Subdivision
Beaton-Trout Lake	
Power-house 	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead __
Trans-Canada Highway
94a. Ferguson
Garage operation
Plant and tools	
Public Works building  (gas-shed) _
$781.26
3,881.33
306.67
79.15
32.62
2,715.33
34,834.62
100.54
25.37
35.00
130.19
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2   (a)-
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. .2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
90.    Trans-Canada Highway     $20,065.80
6.
11.
12.
13.
16.
22.
24.
31.
46.
66.
67.
71.
72.
73.
90.
94a.
97.
97Y.
133.
Austrian Settlement
Begbie 	
Bell Townsite 	
Big Bend ...
Clough _.
Beaton-Cambourne 	
Beaton-Trout Lake 	
Golf Links  (roads and branches).
Little Scotland Subdivision	
Nelson 	
Nicoll  	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead _
Revelstoke   (east).
Revelstoke  (south)	
Trans-Canada Highway
Ferguson
Revelstoke-Sicamous (branch roads).—
Solsqua-Bowie 	
Halls Landing (south)	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools	
Public Works buildings (warehouse).—
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insur-
-  ance) 	
Warehouse operation 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 -_,.—: (Credit, $4,611.14)
Garage Account _„___( Credit, $4,609.07)
Unissued Stores Account	
 (Credit, $56.16)
Snow-rem oval.
$467.18
478.41
136.88
857.77
23L73
868.36
170.03
142.94
150;24
2,886.35
508.17
308.73
8,245.68
1,368.17
944.06
~1l92J)8
291.85
46.60
General.
$460.29
120.52
20.89
18,396.93
262.00
377.55
1,839.78
33.08
21.70
442.10
40.28
3,286.66
. 141.88
14,874.71
458.15
~~iiolii
23.58
382.86
2,806.26
211.72
77.76
1,404.98
Total.
$927.47
598.93
157.77
19,254.70
262.00
609.28
2,708.14
203.11
164.64
442.10
190.52
6,173.01
650.05
308.73
23,120.39
1,826.32
944.06
410.41
215.66
674.71
2,806.26
258.32
77.76
1,404.98
$18,295.23    $36,817.72    $55,112.95
166.90
42,922.08
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec.  2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing      20,065.80
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        55,112.95
Carried forward..
$119,523.70 Q 128
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
78.    Nichol 	
80a. Revelstoke-Arrowhead, No. Ia
100.    Revelstoke (south) No. 1	
149a. Big Bend, No. 9	
150.    Revelstoke (west), No. 10 	
153.    McKay 	
153.    Revelstoke (west), No. 13 	
158b. Big Bend, No. 15
174.
Snow-removal.
Suspension Foot-bridge 	
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)_
$28.50
9.90
620.02
General.
$618.89
303.34
2,491.03
224.69
753.43
274.43
780.98
485.95
667.55
1,422.28
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 172—Ferries:   Maintenance.
$119,523.70
Total.
$618.89
303.34
2,519.53
224.69
753.43
274.43
780.98
485.95
677.45
2,042.30
$658.42      $8,022.57      $8,680.99
1.    Arrowhead-Beaton
3. Halls Landing 	
4. Twelve Mile	
$10,000.00
5,244.40
. 4,619.41
Total, Vote 172—Ferries:   Maintenance
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District __
8,680.99
19,863.81
$148,068.50
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Ferries.
Castlegar        $3,823.19
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Ferries 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Robson-Syringa      $2,606.32
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Ferries.
Auxiliary scow       $6,402.60
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a)-
Ferries	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
9.    Castlegar Townsite _
10.    Castlegar-Trail 	
27.    Fruitvale Subdivision
81.    Robson-Syringa	
51.    Rossland-Cascade 	
53.    Rossland-Paterson .	
57.    Schofield Highway	
67.    Trail-Pend d'Orielle _
69.    Trail-Salmo 	
Nine Mile	
Section Pond	
Sundry roads 	
$150.20
5,421.83
690.67
3,995.32
792.38
429.56
663.15
1,363.74
4,079.58
240.76
928.05
244.76
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a)-
Roads 	
$3,823.19
2,606.32
6,402.60
Carried forward..
19,000.00
$31,832.11 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 129
3.
80.
9.
10.
10.
13.
24.
19.
20.
26.
27.
33.
55.
81.
82.
51.
53.
57.
58.
64.
67.
69.
72.
75.
77.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
10.    Castlegar-Trail        $1,308.73
57.    Schofield Highway   468.03
69.    Trail-Salmo          1,065.47
10.
72.
64.
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriatilon Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a)-
Paving and Surfacing	
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Blueberry 	
Casino 	
Castlegar Townsite
Castlegar-Trail
Castlegar-Trail  (Birchbank fill, Johnson Creek) 	
Columbia Gardens	
Deer Park-Syringa Creek 	
Deschamps (north)  _
Drakes
Snow-removal.
$37.22
479.72
237.87
2,545.73
General.
$156.17
975.28
341.89
967.33
Total.
$193.39
1,455.00
579.76
3,513.06
Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens
Fruitvale Subdivision	
I.X.L. Midnite Mines 	
Park Siding	
Renata Town 	
Robson-Syringa	
Robson (west) 	
Rossland-Cascade 	
Rossland-Paterson  	
Schofield Highway 	
Section Pond 	
Shavers _	
Trail Creek	
Trail-Pend d'Orielle	
Trail-Salmo 	
Violin Lake	
Waneta 	
Warfield Subdivision
Sundry roads  (units under $150).
Salaries supervision
General Foreman Car and Travelling
Expenses 	
Sundry accounts (garage, etc.) 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $1,185.65)
4,330.19
4,330.19
90.29
347.51
437.80
208.36
208.36
64.51
92.24
156.75
154.15
252.14
406.29
257.03
257.03
1,063.94
822.41
1,886.35
256.50
70.85
327.35
21.19
379.51
400.70
143.33
21.16
164.49
589.19
1,816.93
2,406.12
124.63
262.87
387.50
915.35
2,951.51
3,866.86
2,445.03
2,902.15
5,347.18
2,626.77
873.97
3,500.74
288.05
288.05
97.44
200.18
297.62
326.97
317.75
644.72
1,886.54
2,554.38
4,440.92
3,715.36
4,103.14
7,818.50
76.98
144.75
221.73
136.60
65.24
201.84
566.68
722.61
1,289.29
624.52
781.37
1,405.89
2,496.24
2,496.24
845.50
1,432.03
845.50
1,432.03
$19,226.51    $30,795.09    $50,021.60
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 172—Bridges: Maintenance.
Castlegar-Trail 	
Columbia River (at Trail) 	
Canadian Pacific Railway foot-bridge cast..
Park Siding (Hudu Creek) 	
Robson-Syringa, No. 1 .....	
Syringa Creek (high trestle)
Trail Creek (Tunnel)-Schofield, No. 1
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  ____
$471.47
158.18
2,900.37
2,409.88
690.16
173.27
1,966.82
808.04
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance
Carried forward	
$31,832.11
2,842.23
50,021.60
9,578.19
$94,274.13 Q 130 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued';
Brought forward     $94,274.13
Vote 172—Ferries.
Reg. No.
73.    Castlegar Ferry      $18,351.67
1
Total, Vote 172—Ferries:   Maintenance       18,351.67
Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
53.    Rossland-Paterson (rock cut)        $8,500.00
Total, Vote 173—Local Highways within Municipal Limits         8,500.00
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District   $121,125.80
SAANICH DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Roads.
Sidney drainage   $2,341.95
105.    Bazan   123.19
213.    Clayton   93.24
132. First Street  182.28
135.    Fourth  1  59.89
179.    Mount Baker   170.31
133. Second    187.05
134. Third    1,629.14
193.    Yarrow   54.87
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads       $4,841.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
North Saanich        $2,612.81
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys          2,612.81
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Sidney drainage       $1,104.60
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads          1,104.60
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a) : Paving
and Surfacing.
28r. Island Highway   $225.17
29r. Quadra and Saanich   119.43
52r. West Saanich   285.69
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  630.29
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
Sidney drainage  $14,611.34
104.    Beacon   384.22
114. East Saanich  794.65
7.    Helmcken  9,510.81
118. Madrona   986.46
130.    Queens   150.96
119. Rest Haven  515.98
134.    Third    551.17
115. Wain   373.28
122.    West Saanich   1,080.90
30R. East Saanich          3,028.72
Sundry units (units under $150)         1,617.10
Total, " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        33,605.59
Carried forward     $42 795.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 131
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $42,795.21
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2(a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
7.    Helmcken Road  $378.96
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  378.96
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
142.    Ardmore   $156.32
104.    Beacon   1,290.99
157.    Bradley-Dyne   407.50
110.    Chalet   176.43
214. Dean Park  206.39
114. East Saanich ___:  898.68
136. Fifth    174.09
150.    Lochside   198.11
118.    Madrona   679.06
121. Mills   162.65
179.    Mount Baker  726.06
107.    McTavish   211.59
120.    Oakland   163.11
12.    Portage    339.37
133. Second   167.65
137. Sixth   517.63
215. Tatlow   196.66
134. Third  355.66
115. Wain   244.35
122. West Saanich   380.58
30R. East Saanich   4,765.58
28R. Island Highway   537.44
29R. Quadra and Saanich   1,696.58
84n. Scott  172.34
52R. West Saanich   1,450.01
Sundry roads (units under $150)  2,229.01
Plant and tools  3,488.98
Supervision   513.79
Undistributed stores  1,355.95
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       23,862.56
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
85b.  Keating Cross-road        $1,381.91
57a. Verdier   86.44
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways        1,468.35
Vote 172—Ferries.
Swartz Bay Ferry Landing       $1,849.04
Brentwood Ferry Landing  111.11
Total, Vote 172—Ferries         1,960.15
Total expenditure, Saanich District     $70,465.23
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads.
1.    Kamloops-Salmon Arm   .       $1,107.15
38R. Trans-Provincial Highway (arterial)   (Municipality of Salmon
Arm)   517.58
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads       $1,624.73
Carried forward       $1,624.73 Q 132
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges
Reg. No.
10.    Salmon River 	
145.
148.
150.
161.
1.
161.
1.
2.
16.
17.
21.
27.
28.
30.
42.
54.
61.
66.
74.
76.
79.
88.
89.
94.
$15,031.57
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges 	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:
Kamloops-Salmon Arm-Sicamous _'_	
Surveys.
-      $5,975.03
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
1.    Kamloops-Salmon Arm      $19,947.21
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a)
1. Kamloops-Salmon Arm 	
30. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay 	
73. Leopold       _
74. Line 17	
76. Meadow Creek
$1,624.73
15,031.57
5,975.03
19,947.21
88.    Squilax-Anglemont
94.    Chase-Falkland	
Sand Hill	
Douglas Lake 	
Paxton Valley
Kamloops-Vernon	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Roads.
$717.81
653.65
492.07
188.58
925.35
3,586.61
3,707.64
2,839.63
898.52
207.70
7,461.95
355.19
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Kamloops-Salmon Arm
Kamloops-Vernon 	
     $13,761.55
         1,470.26
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing	
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal.
Kamloops-Salmon Arm          $1,282.33
Canoe-Sicamous
Sunnybrae 	
Tappen-Carlin
Hendrickson ____.
White Lake ___
Wuori
Blind Bay-Eagle Bay _
Notch Hill-Blind Bay
Sorrento-Blind Bay	
Scotch Creek Wharf __
Bischoff	
Line 17	
Meadow Creek _   ___
Riley	
Squilax-Anglemont _____
Squilax-Turtle Valley _
Chase-Falkland 	
170.43
149.64
159.68
5.23
234.35
5.23
152.46
89.35
157.42
4.66
638.72
185.75
981.40
General.
$11,024.74
835.65
859.09
2,215.70
267.24
543.08
185.60
1,412.89
100.54
211.88
295.09
383.38
269.68
250.69
408.15
2,352.40
269.64
1,572.90
Total.
$12,307.07
1,006.08
1,008.73
2,375.38
272.47
777.43
190.83
1,565.35
189.89
369.30
295.09
383.38
274.34
250.69
408.15
2,991.12
455.39
2,554.30
22,034.70
15,231.81
Carried forward.
1,216.65 $23,458.34 $27,674.99 $79,845.05 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 133
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward       $4,216.65 $23,458.34 $27,674.99    $79,845.05
Reg. No.
111.    Kamloops-Shuswap              10.26 198.78 209.04
115.    Pritchard-Pinantan             162.85 418.66 581.51
133.    Martin Prairie               90.54 64.26 154.80
139.    Upper Duck Range           316.13 193.48 509.61
148.    Douglas Lake              37.31 278.15 315.46
150.    Paxton Valley            142.94 336.51 479.45
156.    China Valley              53.30 136.08 189.38
161.    Kamloops-Vernon             507.30 4,504.98 5,012.28
179.    Salmon River             168.37 869.78 1,038.15
182.    Yankee Flats            104.24 214.99 319.23
38r. Trans-Provincial   Highway   (arterial)
(Municipality of Salmon Arm)           111.49 1,249.40 1,360.89
Sundry roads (units under $150)             595.12 2,506.12 3,101.24
Garage Account       621.00 621.00
Plant and tools        590.93 590.93
Plant and equipment      1,039.33 1,039.33
Camp equipment        22.00 22.00
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $549.42)
$6,516.50    $36,153.37    $42,669.87
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets      $42,669.87
Vote 172—-Classified Highways.
26b. Salmon Arm-Grande Prairie (secondary)        $1,767.71
76b. Canoe (secondary)   624.26
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways          2,391.97
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
1.    Chase   $603.99
9.    Sicamous foot-bridge   205.85
38.    Squilax  2,017.02
45.    Ross Creek  233.10
107.    Stewart   170.31
114.    Wright  659.88
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   832.86
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance         4,723.01
Vote 172—Ferries.
3.    Sorrento-Scotch Creek   $4,963.37
6. Shuswap   1,300.00
7. Sicamous   2,182.14
Total, Vote 172—Ferries          8,445.51
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District  $138,075.41
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
Hope-Princeton (general)   $31,787.78
Hope-Princeton, Section B (organizing, camps, etc.)  1,964.63
Hope-Princeton, Section B (Right-of-way)   4,110.30
Princeton-Kaleden   6,463.93
Okanagan flood-control  339.23
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys     $44,665.87
Carried forward     $44,665.87 Q 134 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward     $44,665.87
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
7.    Keremeos-Hedley Section   $3,275.85
Hope-Princeton, Section B   68,143.28
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads        71,419.13
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
114.    Allison Townsite streets  $164.40
40.    Five Mile-Princeton   237.03
3.    Hedley-Keremeos   210.83
47.    Hedley streets   228.86
57.    Keremeos streets  153.51
7.    Oliver-Osoyoos   481.82
72.    One Mile-Princeton   169.08
86.    Princeton streets   710.09
Keogan or Shuttleworth Creek  409.57
New Princeton garage-site  256.29
Sundry roads (units under $150)   240.90
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation  Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads         3,262.38
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Garages.
New implement-shed, Princeton        $6,987.38
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Garages         6,987.38
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
13.    Allison-Copper Mountain   $328.94
104.    Allison Townsite streets  238.02
24. Copper Mountain   182.40
25. Cross-road, One Mile-Five Mile   624.08
40.    Five Mile-Princeton   214.53
3.    Hedley-Keremeos   2,377.99
47.    Hedley streets  463.13
53.    Kaleden Townsite   1,664.27
57.    Keremos streets   1,418.41
5. Marron Valley   839.91
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver  900.03
75.    Oliver-Camp McKinney   249.38
7. Oliver-Osoyoos   1,995.04
72.    One Mile-Princeton  580.84
74.    Osoyoos orchards   1,163.14
78.    Penticton-Green Mountain   910.38
10.    Penticton-Marron Valley Junction  561.16
9.    Penticton-Summerland   227.17
2.    Princeton-Hedley   1,837.44
116.    Princeton-Sterling Creek  240.79
86.    Princeton streets   2,534.66
90. Reserve   376.71
42R. Okanagan Highway, No. 5 (Penticton)   242.21
91. Shingle Creek   382.46
94.    S.O.L. Project roads   865.53
New Princeton garage-site  759.77
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,067.09
Total,  " Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads        23,245.48
Carried forward..—.    $149,580.24 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 135
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $149,580.24
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing.
Gravel-crushing, Q-l (Keremeos and Hedley pits)      $47,236.72
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Gravel-crushing        47,236.72
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Reg. No.
9.    Okanagan Highway        $1,324.56
10. Okanagan Highway  '.         1,508.26
6. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway         3,500.69
7. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway       10,300.03
8. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  242.45
2. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  2,167.84
3. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  13,354.82
Bridge Street  200.00
Hedley streets   4,716.51
Keremeos streets  2,985.90
76.    Oliver-Cawston Highway          2,498.20
42R. Okanagan Highway, No. 5 (Penticton)         1,065.36
16a. Oliver streets  87.09
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Paving and Surfacing     ..._____      43,951.71
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
Snow-removal.
11. Allenby    $18.33
12. Allison-Copper Mountain   158.92
18. Ashnola      	
21. Cawston roads   6.99
24. Copper Mountain   1,311.25
31. Dog Lake      	
38. Fairview-White Lake   141.38
40. Five Mile-Princeton   371.04
1. Hope-Princeton   257.57
3. Hedley-Keremeos     53.14
45.    Hedley-Nickel Plate         1,029.06
47. Hedley streets   37.32
48. Hedley-Twenty Mile  23.10
4. Keremeos-Green Mountain   170.68
52. Kaleden-Okanagan Falls   5.66
53. Kaleden Townsite   35.67
54. Keremeos-Bridge Road   52.95
55. Keremeos-Cawston      	
56. Keremeos Creek Crossing     	
57. Keremeos streets   47.06
5. Marron Valley   1,183.85
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver   253.35
63. Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls   41.50
Mclntyre Creek    	
66.    McLean Creek  17.62
7. Oliver-Osoyoos   81.10
8. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain   52.28
71. Oliver streets      __ .__
72. One Mile-Princeton          2,099.75
74. Osoyoos orchards      	
75. Oliver-Camp McKinney   14.82
76. Oliver-Cawson     	
2. Princeton-Hedley   558.77
9. Penticton-Summerland   20.40
10.    Penticton-Marron Valley Junction  182.69
, 1945," Sec.
2 (a)—
ents : Roads
, Trails,
General.
Total.
$133.06
$151.39
468.70
627.62
170.37
170.37
500.21
507.20
1,283.12
2,594.37
209.11
209.11
91.04
232.42
856.53
1,227.57
49.95
307.52
2,963.23
3,016.37
773.16
1,802.22
377.52
414.84
186.78
209.88
1,263.19
1,433.87
146.91
152.57
312.98
348.65
419.99
472.94
559.82
559.82
355.79
355.79
478.06
525.12
2,318.16
3,502.01
1,543.36
1,796.71
314.25
355.75
1,629.13
1,629.13
447.04
464.66
2,131.04
2,212.14
110.25
162.53
784.48
784.48
1,131.56
3,231.31
1,111.04
1,111.04
800.79
815.61
340.02
&0.02
4,387.65
4,946.42
1,147.12
1,167.52
1,051.77
1,234.46
Carried forward       $8,226.25    $30,847.18    $39,073.43 $240,768.67 Q 136 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward  $8,226.25    $30,847.18 $39,073.43 $240,768.67
Reg. No.
78. Penticton-Green Mountain   288.29 651.18 939.47
79. Penticton-Carmi  222.97 20.77 243.74
83.    Princeton-Otter  Lake   121.19 177.40 298.59
86.    Princeton streets   191.22 147.75 338.97
89. Richter Pass   35.84 318.00 353.84
90. Reserve       307.18 307.18
93. South Keremeos roads        172.26 172.26
Shuttleworth Creek        1,344.97 1,344 97
91. Shingle  Creek   253.68 270.46 524.14
94. S.O.L. Project roads   73.80 1,489.01 1,562.81
95. South Similkameen        808.20 808.20
97.    Summers Creek   458.92 216.27 675.19
99.    Tulameen Coal Mine   45.13 116.81 161 94
104.    White Lake _  109.64 123.00 232.64
42R. Okanagan Highway, No. 5 (Penticton) 8.54 463.43 471.97
Sundry roads (units under $150)   606.66 1,066.22 1,672 88
Plant and tools        384.91 384.91
Stores undistributed        434.81 434.81
Supervision, General Foreman (salary
and expenses)        4,106.97 4,106.97
Garage Account (Credit, $2,532)
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $4,169.71)
$10,642.13    $36,765.07    $47,407.20
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       47,407.20
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
29b. Penticton-Naramata  (secondary highway)          $817.61
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways   817.61
Vote 172—Bridges :  Maintenance.
26. Keremeos-Green Mountain, No. 3   $215 51
29. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver, No. 1  2 699 03
30'. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver, No. 2      I 'l93*86
32. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver, No. 4    _   __ 305 49
104. Okanagan Falls streets, No. 2  276 12
112. Oliver-Camp McKinney, No. 1  213 10
113. Oliver-Camp McKinney, No. 2  17834
36. Penticton-Summerland, No. 2  15837
38. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction, No. 2  1 945*25
135.    Penticton-Green Mountain, No. 11  '15464
13.    Princeton-Hedley, No. 1   20989
144.    Shingle Creek, No. 7          ■ 28133
146.    South Keremeos, No. 1   339*27
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,705.99
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance         8 876.19
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
1 \\-   «ipel ™-ne       ?3°0-00
112.    Black Mine  350 qq
117.    Road to Good Hope (Wheeler property, near Hedley)        3,50o!oo
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails         4,150.00
Total expenditure, Similkameen District  $302 019 67 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 137
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges.
Reg. No.
98.    Smithers
135.    Terrace _
163.
110.
$801.58
604.62
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Surveys.
Chindemash Indian Reserves 	
Ikshenigwalk Indian Reserves 	
Kitsumkalum Indian Reserves 	
Smithers-Bulkley Bridge Approach
Terrace-Skeena Bridge Approach	
Usk-Pacific 	
$989.11
584.55
860.15
598.48
454.63
6,014.13
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Babine Lake 	
Evelyn Station	
Smithers Oil-house (new).
Terrace Oil-house	
Smithers Yard (new fence) _
Terrace Yard (new fence) _
Sundry roads (units under $150).
$463.29
169.33
754.85
422.31
742.46
401.85
63.15
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"
Roads 	
1944, Sec. 2   (a)-
$1,406.20
9,501.05
3,017.24
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1945, Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
16.
102.
33c.
33b.
33a.
33.
32.
91.
110.
43.
49.
55.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway-
Terrace-Usk Section 	
Usk-Pacific Section
16.
173.
102.
33c.
33b.
33a.
33.
32.
91.
77.
Pacific-Kitwanga Section 	
Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing Section
Skeena Crossing-Hazelton Section _
Hazelton-Moricetown Section	
Moricetown-Smithers Section 	
Evelyn Station	
Kalum 	
Kispiox Valley 	
Lakelse—Hot Springs 	
Carpenter-shop, Terrace  (new)	
Smithers Yard (new fence)	
Terrace Yard (new fence)	
Smithers Oil-house  (new)	
$1,282.22
265.99
53.34
3,385.28
1,949.44
837.56
2,408.38
701.31
2,475.82
3,325.12
248.57
1,718.69
53.65
396.85
972.01
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2
Roads 	
(«)-
Vote 172-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Snow-removal.
*
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Skeena City-Terrace Section   $2,423.76
Terrace-Usk Section   1,341.98
Usk-Pacific Section  702.71
Pacific-Kitwanga Section — 469.40
Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing Section 537.90
Skeena Crossing-Hazelton Section 426.95
Hazelton-Moricetown Section  1,086.84
Moricetown-Smithers Section  1,564.57
Smithers-Omineca Boundary Section   455.75
Carried forward  $9,009.86
General.
Total.
20,074.23
$14,902.47
$17,326.23
1,850.77
3,192.75
1,326.50
2,029.21
1,039.09
1,508.49
2,183.42
2,721.32
1,599.68
2,026.63
2,165.67
3,252.51
2,316.81
3,881.38
644.57
1,100.32
$28,028.98
$37,038.84 $33,998.72 Q 138
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets—Continued.
Roads, Trails,
Reg.
163.
118.
17.
86.
60.
111.
44.
103.
35.
37.
43.
49.
40.
52.
55.
53.
61.
62.
64.
25.
66.
300.
7.
303.
19.
90.
107.
143.
51R.
Brought forwards
No.
Babine Lake 	
Billiter  	
Cedarvale-Woodcock 	
Copper City-Usk	
Ekman 	
Engman 	
Frank  	
Glacier Creek 	
Hudson Bay Mountain
Hynes 	
Kalum
Kispiox Valley ____
Kitwanga Valley
Lakelse Lake 	
Lakelse-Hotsprings
Lome Creek 	
McCabe
New Hazelton High Level
Nine Mile Mountain 	
Owens 	
Poplar Park 	
Port Essington streets 	
Remo 	
Smithers streets 	
Snake 	
Tatlow 	
Telkwa High 	
Yelich  	
Arterial Highway-Terrace 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Plant and tools	
Unissued stores
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$9,009.86
$28,028.98
$37,038.84
198.17
1,302.32
1,500.49
66.03
105.79
171.82
35.80
655.07
690.87
105.88
370.64
476.52
55.72
137.82
193.54
19.20
150.76
169.96
40.83
120.58
161.41
49.46
222.16
271.62
490.14
311.69
801.83
117.96
177.48
295.44
2,597.23
1,373.46
3,970.69
307.02
1,261.80
1,568.82
1,025.47
729.94
1,755.41
767.78
830.45
1,598.23
167.36
352.60
167.36
32.76
385.36
18.52
146.49
165.01
170.25
653.49
823.74
116.40
625.41
741.81
45.21
262.90
308.11
23.20
154.14
177.34
962.74
962.74
39.34
261.99
301.33
77.41
74.57
151.98
211.01
588.42
799.43
44.86
142.21
187.07
467.40
1,836.75
2,304.15
45.04
133.35
178.39
74.15
110.15
184.30
1,019.89
3,083.24
4,103.13
2,553.98
2,553.98
6,528.98
504.35
6,528.98
504.35
$33,998.72
Garage Account (Credit, $1,298.99)
$17,271.99    $53,623.07    $70,895.06
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets       70,895.06
Vote 172—Classified Highways.
58b. Hudson Bay Mountain Road (Smithers) 	
Total, Vote 172—Classified Highways
$281.08
281.08
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance.
12. Big Oliver Creek 	
9. Boulder Creek 	
221. Brickenden   	
20. Canyon Creek 	
21. Canyon Creek 	
244. Cemetery 	
139. Cherry Tree Creek 	
168. Copper River Suspension
329. Coyote  	
201. Gunderson 	
255. Hodkin, No. 1 	
52. Hynes	
172. Kathlyn Lake ._.
59. Kispiox River
61.
Kitsequekla River
$845.55
189.28
268.70
374.14
183.62
336.04
581.55
3,224.60
732.30
786.72
781.20
212.25
1,190.02
255.23
406.02
Carried forwards
$10,367.22 $105,174.86 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 139
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 172—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward     $10,367.22 $105,174.86
Reg. No.
57.    Kitwancool 	
325.    Little Oliver Creek 	
163.    Sloop  Creek 	
98.    Smithers 	
135.    Terrace 	
124.    Williams Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
1,733.89
213.54
177.90
210.68
1,265.14
297.16
1,431.31
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
15,696.84
Vote 172—Ferries.
78. Cedarvale   ____.
79. Copper River
80. Hazelton   	
81. Kitwanga 	
82. Remo 	
83. Usk	
85. Kalum  	
$5,298.45
2,777.34
2,062.57
1,979.63
1,777.68
2,802.09
60.70
Total, Vote 172—Ferries
16,758.46
Total expenditure, Skeena District
$137,630.16
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (o):   Paving
and Surfacing.
3.    Marine Drive
$598.07
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation  Act,"  1944,  Sec.  2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing  $598,07
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
3.    Marine Drive        $1,776.88
Total, " Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads 	
1,776.88
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
2. Imperial Street
3. Marine Drive ___
Supervision	
Plant and tools
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit, $239.48)
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
$467.72
4,491.79
1,532.85
43.99
80.19
6,377.06
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District-
3,752.01 Q 140 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
VICTORIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Roads.
Roads generally  (payment by H. & R. Timber Co. for work
done on Dewdney Crossing, 1943-44), credit       $2,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads Generally-___(Credit, $2,000.00)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Gravel-crushing.
Unit Ql      $12,347.57
Credit        23,010.00
Credit      $10,662.43
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Gravel-crushing___(Credit, $10,662.43)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:   Roads.
Langford Warehouse    $25,153.10
Credit        27,175.61
Credit        $2,022.51
Total, Capital Account, 1936—Roads (Credit, $2,022.51)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:   Buildings.
Boys' Industrial School   $2,552.27
Essondale Piggery   17,921.29
Kamloops Office Building   1,622.58
Kamloops Land Registry  127.91
Oakalla Barn  !  12,403.97
Prince George Library Commission  266.12
Tranquille Power Plant  35,906.53
Tranquille Fire-hall   160.00
Purchase of Rehabilitation Farm  (Saltspring Island)  8,700.00
Purchase of Christensen Residence (Queen Charlotte Island)  3,000.00
Purchase of Property (Lot 8, Pouce Coupe)   150.00
Ashcroft Lockup   43.18
Cdmpbell River Lockup   2,987.57
Mission Lockup   2,301.19
Police Building (Point Grey)   8,959.60
Police accommodation (Terrace)   2,630.05
Spences Bridge Lockup  49.92
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Buildings      $99,782.18
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing.
Maintenance—Q10       $13,908.99
Q26           1,257.97
Q8         1,987.12
Q21   3.75
$17,157.83
Credit        20,510.46
Credit        $3,352.63
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a)—
Gravel-crushing  (Credit, $3,352.63)
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (e) :
Buildings.
Architect's temporary staff       $7,399.79
Boys' Industrial School (purchase of property)        12,621.36
Occupational Building (Essondale)       41,774.72
Carried forward     $61,795.87    $81,744.61 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 141
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c):
Buildings—Continued.
Brought forward.  $61,795.87    $81,744.61
Cottages (Essondale)   1,844.97
General (New Westminster Mental Home)   97,131.44
Admission unit (New Westminster Mental Home)  12,699.19
School (New Westminster Mental Home)   4,480.38
Unit No. 1 (Home for the Aged)   84,759.19
Unit No. 2 (Home for the Aged)   70,794.98
Addition to Staff Cottage (Saanich Mental Home)  2,542.02
Occupational Building (Saanich Mental Home)   68.00
Girls' Industrial School   8,729.30
T.B. Unit, Vancouver  49,717.11
T.B. Unit, Vancouver (property)   52,266.21
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (c) —
Buildings      446,828.66
Vote 172—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads, Trails,
and Streets.
Roads generally (car insurance, anti-freeze, etc.)____    $21,629.25
Credit       30,791.92
Credit        $9,162.67
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets (Credit, $9,162.67)
Total expenditure, Victoria District   $519,410.60
YALE  DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surveys.
Boston Bar-Boothroyd   $604.02
Yale Section  (Miles 111.5-112.5)    574.23
Lytton-Cisco    10,562.77
Spences Bridge  (townsite)    339.58
Hope-Princeton  (general)    31,787.78
Hope-Princeton, Section A  (organizing, camps, etc.)  972.74
Hope-Princeton, Section A  (right of way)    5,758.47
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surveys     $50,599.59
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
35.    Kamloops    $2,500.00
44.    Spences Bridge          1,497.54
Hope-Princeton, Section A   80,334.38
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads       84,331.92
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway        $1,583.88
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944,  Sec. 2   (a) —
Roads         1,583.88
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.
1. Trans-Canada Highway   $649.80
2. Southern Trans-Provincial   797.68
12. Chaumox  :  262.48
14. Coalmont   597.15
Carried forward        $2,307.11 $136,515.39 Q 142
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1945-46.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a) :  Roads—Continued.
      $2,307.11 $136,515.39
Brought forward.
Reg. No.
25.    Douglas Lake 	
35.    Kamloops  	
40.    Lauder 	
44.    Spences Bridge 	
46.    Mamette Lake 	
70.    Princeton   	
98.    Othello 	
3,304.06
9,201.44
203.66
7,000.56
190.00
1,202.66
498.53
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act,  1945," Sec. 2   (a)-
Roads 	
23,908.02
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paving
and Surfacing.
Trans-Canada Highway        $9,714.89
Spences Bridge        11,019.41
35.    Merritt-Kamloops          1,629.78
Lytton streets          1,231.50
1
44
Total, "Revenue  Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"  Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing        23,595.58
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):  Paying
and Surfacing (Classified Highways).
74a. Merritt-Princeton   (Merritt)
$599.36
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) —
Paving and Surfacing (Classified Highways)   599.36
Vote 172-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
and Streets.
Roads, Trails,
Snow-removal.
Trans-Canada Highway ____.
Southern  Trans-Provincial
Brookmere  	
Coalmont   	
Coldwater   	
Douglas Lake 	
Iron Mountain 	
Kamloops  	
Kane Valley	
Lauder   	
Spences Bridge 	
Mamette Lake 	
Penask Lake   	
Petit Creek 	
Princeton  	
Rey Lake 	
Tulameen River 	
Othello 	
1.
2.
11.
14.
17.
25.
33.
35.
36.
40.
44.
46.
64.
65.
70.
72.
79.
98.
46R. Water Street (Hope) _.
Sundry roads  (units under $150)  	
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)   	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
General.
$4,649.74
$191.81    	
807.96 494.14
3,186.93 8,410.58
177.55 747.01
262.18 1,360.35
219.54 167.74
876.19 14,233.84
220.87 343.84
  411.67
1,280.71 6,134.03
606.84 1,180.52
  323.67
  303.44
2,853.23 2,931.06
  208.63
  268.99
  258.35
  360.75
584.47 1,623.75
  156.78
  969.15
Total.
$4,649.74
191.81
1,302.10
11,597.51
924.56
1,622.53
387.28
15,110.03
564.71
411.67
7,414.74
1,787.36
323.67
303.44
5,784.29
208.63
268.99
258.35
360.75
2,208.22
156.78
969.15
  (Credit, $20.59)
Garage Account (Credit, $1,514.37)
$11,268.28    $44,003.07    $55,271.35
Total, Vote 172—Roads, Trails, and Streets        55,271.35
Carried forward  $239,889.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
Q 143
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$239,889.70
Reg. No.
1.    Cariboo Highway—
Maintenance 	
Toll-gate 	
Construction 	
Snow-removal   __.
Vote 172—Cariboo Highway.
48.
51.
55.
60.
61.
65.
71.
77.
79.
80.
81.
84.
86.
87.
88.
91.
106.
109.
112.
163.
168.
242.
243.
246.
282.
283.
284.
287.
289.
300.
303.
305.
306.
307.
309.
310.
379.
388.
437.
91.
  $40,370.11
  5,120.30
  5,944.36
  7,559.61
Total, Vote 172—Cariboo Highway (see Credits, $66,929.36)       58,994.38
Granite Creek
Coquihalla   	
Richmond 	
Haig   	
Hope 	
Choate  	
Yale  	
Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Saddle Rock
Sailor Bar __.
Overhead  ____.
Spuzzum 	
Tierney
Dutchman Bar
Lee  	
McRaie  	
Palmer   	
Halfway 	
Summitt   	
Cisco 	
Bear Creek 	
Eagle Creek ____
Rattlesnake  _____
Three Mile 	
Ten Mile 	
Helmer Cattle Pass 	
Mill Creek 	
Nicola Lake 	
Guichon  	
Beaver Ranch Cattle Pass
Guichon Cattle Pass 	
Douglas Lake 	
Slough  	
Ward     _.
English 	
Salmon River 	
Penask Creek 	
Godey 	
Rice 	
Skaist
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 172—Bridges:   Maintenance
$451.96
245.83
166.55
249.61
291.67
887.01
1,336.72
547.27
946.26
495.65
297.87
202.69
283.19
292.41
416.84
256.83
367.76
243.59
165.14
222.02
378.91
294.11
262.58
235.83
730.73
256.50
236.50
253.75
158.01
436.06
775.13
630.59
2,157.90
1,849.68
203.64
383.62
928.26
847.69
167.35
2,100.80
Vote 172—Ferries.
North Bend Aerial Ferry 	
Total, Vote 172—Ferries (see Credits, $1,308.34) 	
Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
3,569.01
136.    Rhoney Creek Road
$750.00
Total, Vote 130—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Total expenditure, Yale District 	
21,654.51
6,569.01
750.00
$327,857.60 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. Q 144
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE.
Total expenditure distributed by districts (see pages 63 to 143)  $6,669,636.52
Miscellaneous.
Machinery        182,820.28
Bridges generally  5,558.36
Supervision—
Location Engineer's office  $1,749.30
Surfacing Engineer's office        369.61
2,118.91
Statutory—" Civil Service Act, 1945," Sec. 78 (1)   (cost-of-living bonus)  65,547.62
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account
(see Credits, Pattullo Bridge, Revenue, $378,706.60)   62,672.47
Votes 168-171 and 174-178 (see Summary, page 60)  1,184,426.36
Total expenditure, Public Works (gross)  $8,172,780.52
Total credits (see page 61)        628,851.15
Total expenditure, Public Works (net)  $7,543,929.37
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
350-1146-7869

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