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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Tenth Annual Report
COAL and PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD
Year ended 31st December, 1947
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1948.  To His Honour Charles Arthur Banks,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Coal and Petroleum
Control Board for the year ended December 31st, 1947.
W. A. CARROTHERS,
Coal and Petroleum Control Board.
Victoria, B.C., 194.8.  Annual Report of the Coal and Petroleum Control Board
For the Calendar Year ended December 31st, 1947.
During 1947 some 117,143,869 gallons of gasoline were sold in the Province of
British Columbia, according to figures reported to the Board by the various oil companies. Of this amount, service-stations sold 77,551,902 gallons, an increase over 1946
of some 13,414,352 gallons and an increase over the year 1939 of 34,576,274 gallons.
The rise and decline of gasoline-sales covering the years 1939 to 1947 is shown in
tables on page 12.
The number of applications for new licences in the petroleum industry declined
somewhat during the year; a total of 584 applications were received, covering all
branches of the petroleum industry, as compared with 763 in 1946.
In view of the number of applications for new licences coming before the Board,
the Chairman, in accordance with his usual practice of investigation, made two trips
into various parts of the Province in order to get first-hand knowledge of the situation
with regard to service-stations, particularly in areas in which the population has
increased since the war ended. These visits covered territory in the following areas:
Kamloops, Revelstoke, Okanagan Valley, East and West Kootenays. Apart from this,
various investigational trips were made by the Chairman and by other members of
the staff of the Board into the Greater Vancouver area and the Fraser Valley.
In the coal industry, retail sales were 1,385,055 tons, as compared with 1,543,638
tons in 1946, or a decrease of some 158,583 tons.
LICENCES.
The number of licences issued by the Board under Regulation 1, and in force on
January 1st, 1947, totalled 3,505. Of these, some 483 were in the coal industry.
During the year 257 new operators' licences were issued in the petroleum industry
and 16 in the coal industry, following the granting of new licences under section 6 of
the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board Act." Various licences were discontinued during the year, leaving in force as at December 31st, 1947, some 3,688
licences.
The new operators' licences issued during the year under Regulation 1 in the
petroleum industry include a number of licences in connection with new outlets granted
permission to commence business in 1946, and which outlets were not ready to commence selling gasoline in 1946 due to construction not being completed.
These 257 new licences in the petroleum industry cover the following types of
outlet:—
Wholesale licences—
Oil company distribution-points      9
Retail licences—
Garages   88
Service-stations   86
Auto camps  19
Store pumps or outlets where no service is rendered
other than the sale of gasoline (country districts)  16
Restricted to fuel-oil, etc    3
Marine outlets    8
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BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Retail licences—Continued.
Restricted to sales to contract truckers only (new highway construction) 	
Restricted to aviation fuel	
10
Oil company distribution-points.
248
Total   257
Summary of Licences.
Petroleum industry—
Petroleum refiners
  4
  2
  379
Petroleum retailers   2,842
Petroleum refiners restricted
Petroleum wholesalers 	
Coal industry—
Mine operators 	
Wholesale coal-dealers
Retail coal-dealers 	
3,227
24
64
373
461
Total licences
3,688
The following table gives a breakdown of petroleum licences issued by the Board
during 1947, covering the wholesale and retail distribution of petroleum products:—
Licences held by oil companies—
Bulk plants or barrel agencies—                           wholesale.
Imperial Oil, Ltd     89
Standard Oil Co. of B.C., Ltd  44
Shell Oil Co., Ltd  45
British American Oil Co., Ltd.  71
Home Oil Distributors, Ltd.  45
McColI-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd.   8
Signal Oil Co., Ltd.   1
United Oil, Ltd  2
305
Other oil company licences—
Standard Oil Co. of B.C., Ltd. (marine).
Home Oil Distributors, Ltd. (marine) _.
Shell Oil Co., Ltd. (marine) 	
Standard Oil Company of B.C., Ltd. (company-operated service-stations) 	
British American Oil Co., Ltd. (company-
operated service-stations) 	
Total oil company licences   305
Wholesale licences (persons) other than an oil company      31
Retail service outlets   (persons)   other than an oil
company 	
Licences restricted to fuel-oils, lubricating-oils,  or
naphtha gasoline    43
Total licences  379
Retail.
89
44
45
71
45
6
302
29
6
6
5
1
349
2,354
139
2,842 REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD.
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Retail gasoline outlets serving the public are made up as follows:—
Oil-company-operated service-stations         6
Service-stations       878
Garages  .-.     706
Auto camps, store pumps, and other outlets not rendering complete service to the public      575
Outlets where licences are restricted to sales to members,
employees, or to contract truckers       29
Restricted to aviation gasoline        15
Marine outlets       192
Outlets selling fuel-oils, lubricating-oils, or naphtha gasoline
only       139
Oil company retail outlets selling to commercial and industrial
accounts (bulk plants and barrel agencies)      302
Total   2,842
Retail gasoline service outlets controlled by the various oil companies either by
ownership or by leases:—
Name of Company.
Oil Company
owned and
operated.
Oil Company
owned and
leased to
Operator.
Leased by an
Oil Company
and subleased
to Operator,
Land leased,
Buildings
owned by
Oil Company
and subleased
to Operator.
Total.
5
1
106
24
29
52
59
20
2
15
48
64
30
30
13
3
9
121
Standard Oil Co. of B.C., Ltd	
Shell Oil Co., Ltd	
77
102
83
89
McCoIl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd	
United Oil, Ltd	
33
5
Totals	
6
292
203
9
510
Closed Outlets.
Since the inception of the Board in 1938, 452 retail gasoline outlets have discontinued the sale of gasoline in the Province of British Columbia. The following table
furnishes details covering the various types of outlet closed:—
Type of Outlet.
Service-stations
Garages 	
July 1, 1938, to December 31, 1947.
War or other
Conditions.
Store pumps 	
Auto camps 	
Pump only	
Outlets restricted
employees 	
Dismantled.
.__ 38
___ 26
_ 60
_ 13
to sales to contract truckers or
Trading-posts (no pump) 	
Marine, mobile (fish-buyers)
Marine outlets	
Totals
141
62
49
71
10
50
7
12
36
14
311
Grand total, 452.
Apart from the above, 76 retailers whose licences were restricted to the sale of
lubricating-oils, fuel-oils, or naphtha gasoline have discontinued in business. E 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
New Licences.
During the year the Board received 584 applications for licences to commence
business in the retail petroleum industry; of these, 571 were in connection with retail
outlets. Apart from dealing with these, the Board also dealt with 96 applications held
over from 1946 for further investigation. A total of 297 new licences were granted to
commence business under section 6 of the " Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board
Act," covering all types of outlets in the industry. Of these, 90 licences were granted
to ex-service men. Since the removal of restrictions imposed during the war by the
Dominion Oil Controller on July 1st, 1945, the Board has dealt with 1,620 applications
for new retail licences in the industry, with a result that 841 new licences were granted;
of these, 570 have received their operators' licences. During this time 324 new licences
were granted to ex-service men. In connection with the taking-over of existing licensed
outlets in the petroleum industry during 1947, 453 licences were granted to new
operators.    Nineteen new licences were granted in the coal industry.
The following gives a breakdown of applications dealt with and licences granted
during the year:—
Petroleum Industry.
Class.
Applications
pending
Jan. 1, 1947.
Applications
received,
1947.
Licences
granted,
1947.
Applications
not granted,
1947.
Applications
pending
Dec. 31, 1947.
Applications
inactive
Dec. 31, 1947.
Petroleum Retailers.
88
4
531
11
29
4
241
9
29
7
264
1
64
1
1
50
Marine	
Restricted	
....
Total retailers	
92
575
286
265
66
50'
Petroleum Wholesalers.
4
4
1
4
7
4
1
1
Restricted	
....      ,
Total wholesalers	
4
9
•      11
1           I               1           |
Totals, all applications
96
584
297
266           |             67
1
50
Applications held over from 1946 for further investigation     96
Applications received during 1947  584
Total number of applications dealt with by the Board
in 1947  680
Total new licences granted under section 6 during 1947  297
New licences granted to ex-service men     90
Licences granted in 1946, expired, and granted an extension of
time in 1947    39
Licences granted in 1947, expired, granted an extension of time
in 1947    26
Licences granted in 1946 and allowed to expire in 1947    39
Licences granted in 1947 and allowed to expire in 1947     28
Existing businesses—New operators taking over retail outlets
during 1947  453 REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD.
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Coal Industry.
Class.
Applications
pending
Jan. 1, 1947.
Applications
received,
1947.
Licences
granted,
1947.
Applications
not granted.
Applications
pending
Dec. 31, 1947.
22
19
2
1
Mine-operators	
22
19
2
1
New operators taking over existing businesses in the coal industry, 20.
GASOLINE-SALES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In 1947 the sales of gasoline in the Province, as reported by the various oil companies, increased by 20,104,818 gallons over 1946, this increase being as follows: Sales
through retail service outlets, 13,414,352 gallons; commercial sales, 5,121,300 gallons;
marine sales, 957,506 gallons; aviation gasoline, 611,660 gallons. Commercial sales
are sales made direct by a wholesaler to industrial or commercial users and to farmers.
The following tables give a breakdown of the sales of gasoline made through the
various bulk plants operating in the Province:—
Table 1.—A Summary of Sales for 1947, by Districts and Zones.     (For key to
various zones, see map at the end of this report.)
Table 2.—Bulk Plant Sales in Principal Cities and Towns in British Columbia
for 1947.
Table 3.—Comparative Statement of Bulk Plant Sales covering the Years 1939
to 1947, together with a Graph showing the Rise and Decline of the
Various Types of Sales.
Table 1.—Summary of Gasoline-sales made through the Various Bulk Plants
for 1947, by Districts and Zones.
Area.
Resellers.
Commercial.
Marine.
Aviation.
Total.
Victoria	
7,612,209
38,501,417
31,438,276
2,196,564
9,801,410
18,347,946
213,670
1,457,241
4,632,420
6,206
557,563
2,378,947
10,028,649
50,317,631
56,797,589
Totals	
77,551,902
30,345,920
6,303,331
2,942,716
117,143,869
3,916,300
3,458,742
2,398,819
2,055,038
624,277
293,693
2,409,901
6,304,868
2,587,022
250,480
380,221
1,527,571
408,201
4,823,143
2,270,231
4,104,588
934,454
1,045,315
349,097
65,497
1,216,228
2,778,834
1,009,798
145,464
291,186
389,607
168,531
3,579,116
408,931
3,996,824
3,385
9,748
7,571
107,966
941
15,742
6,603,033
11,668,120
3,339,599
3,125,843
Zone 3	
Zone 6	
973,374
359,226
Zone 7	
36
10,713
61,396
5,826
Zone 8	
796
1,290
2,154
3,637,638
9,146,388
3,604,800
395,944
Zone 9	
Zone 10	
Zone 11	
Zone 12	
1,779
133
673,186
1,917,311
576,732
8,644,023
2,134,372
Zone 13	
Zone 14	
Zone 15	
209,292
32,472
2,134,372
Aviation gasoline (balance of Province) not E 10
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Table 3.—Comparative Statement of Bulk Plant Sales covering the
Years 1939 to 1947.
Year.
Resellers.
Commercial.
Marine.
Aviation.
Total.
1939	
42,975,628
45,674,964
47,700,011
43,524,234
38,360,370
40,376,060
50,364,405
64,137,550
77,551,902
12,743,957
14,277,252
16,899,584
23,198,644
31,533,726
23,575,619
22,741,812
25,224,620
30,345,920
3,387,414
4,284,078
5,179,142
3,216,604
•3,382,489
4,033,514
4,322,272
5,345,825
6,303,331
59,106,999
64,236,294
69,778,737
69,939,482
73,276,585
67,985,193
77,428,489
97,039,051
117,143,869
1940	
1941	
1942	
1943	
1944	
1945	
1946	
2,331,056
2,942,716
1947	 Millions ot
Gallons.
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85
80
75
70
65
60
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20
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1939
I940
194-1.
1942
194-3
I9h44-
1945
194-6
194-7
Total sales
Resellers
(Serv ice-stations)
Commercial.
Marine.
The above graph does not include aviation gasoline. REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD.
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COAL INDUSTRY.
The number of licences issued in the coal industry during 1947 in force as at
December 31st, was 461, as compared with 483 in 1946. Under the regulations of the
Board all dealers are required to make monthly returns to the Board; from these a
consolidation of the retail coal-sales in the Province is made.
The following tables show the amount of coal sold at retail in the various districts
of the Province during the year ended December 31st, 1947, together with comparative
tables showing the amount of coal sold during the years 1942 to 1947:—
Coal-sales, British Columbia, January 1st to December 31st, 1947
Districts.
British
Columbia
Coals.
Alberta
Coals.
U.S.A.
Coals.
Total.
260,385
35,929
62,470
287
6,400
29,448
3,647
410,532
4,043
1,907
1,890
7,559
5,699
66,076
297,957
4,029
12,150
27,713
18,741
56,742
918
26,702
21,207
18,9.75
2,578
31
733
275
11
41
20
266,084
102,005
363,005
4,347
19,283
57,436
22,399
467,274
4,961
28,609
23,138
26,514
Totals	
824,497
556,869
3,689
1,385,055
Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1942 to 1947.
Class of Coals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
1,195,7051/2
282,2461/2
9551/2
l,147,296y2
488,182%
1,4921/2
1,123,805%
454,193
1,098%
940,430
591,843
6,454
882,218
660,315
1,105
824,497
556,869
3,689
1,478,907%
1,636,970%
l,579,096y2
1,538,727
1,543,638
1,385,055
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1942 to 1947.
Vancouver Island.
Class of Coals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
371,0451/2
3,141
307,930y2
4,407
321,836i/2
4,514
260,980
4,757
1,631
293,607
6,493
260,385
5,699
Totals                     	
374,1861/2
312,3371/.
326,3501/2
267,368
300,100
266,084
City of Victoria.
British Columbia coals	
56,59iy2
43,247
921/2
60,172%
63,418%
3081/2
56,254
55,590
54,078               44,498
73,611              74,575
1,190      [  	
35,929
66,076
99,931
123,899
111,844
128,879             119,073
102,005 E 14
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1942 to 1947—Continued.
City of Vancouver
Class of Coals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
British Columbia coals ...
120,9651/2
128,438
691%
214,3161/2
252,233
1,125
140,698%
239,9541/2
1,091%
112,320
320,379
1,262
71,287
356,276
1,081
62,470
297,957
2,578
Totals	
250,095
467,674
381,7441/.
433,961
428,644
363,005
District of West Vancouver.
British Columbia coals	
Alberta coals	
2091/.
2,14414
491
4,551%
IO1/2
50%
3,549%
26
3,729
123
4,846
287
4,029
31
2,354
5,052%
3,6001/.
3,755
4,969
4,347
City of North Vancouver.
British Columbia coals	
Alberta coals	
■1
9,9931/. |
4,765       I
14,510%
10,476
6,218
7,4581/2
6,249
11,774
5,332
15,194
6,400
12,150
733
Totals	
14,7581/.   I
24,9861/.
13,6761/2
18,023
20,526
19,283
City of New Westminster.
British Columbia coals	
32,446
9,6011/2
I31/2
47,082
20,4951/2
48i/2
34,6361/2
16,9561/2
7
31,669
28,470
15
28,620
34,216
20
29,448
27,713
275
Totals.                               	
42,061
67,626
51,600
60,154
62,856
57,436
Fraser Valley.
4,689
10,063
5.405
5 080
4 459
1
8647        [           3 647
11,8531/2   |        17,098%
   1	
26,668      |       28,214               18,741
2,313       J                  4                        11
Totals	
14,752
17,2581/2
22,178%
33,440
31,765                22,399
Kootenay District.
British Columbia coals	
Alberta coals-	
536,7471/2
35,715
y2
1
431,112
51,383%   |
    1
519,415%
48,956%
450,382
47,784
416,476
61,254
410,532
56,742
Totals	
572,463
482,495%
1
568,372%
498,166
477,730
467,274
Merritt-Princeton District.
40,010%
305
1
49,534
1,1291/2 |
24,654%
2,961
1
4,667
219
   1
6,038
1,496
4,043
918
Alberta coals	
United States coals	
1                          1
Totals ....
40,3151/2
50,6631/2 |
1
27,615%
4,886
1
7,534
1
4,961 REPORT OF COAL AND PETROLEUM CONTROL BOARD.
E 15
Retail Coal-sales, British Columbia, for the Years 1942 to 1947—Continued.
Okanagan District.
Class of Coals.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.
1946.
1947.
British Columbia coals	
6,833
14,872%
	
4,066
27,3791/2
2,151%
25,684
2,164
32,274
43
2,199
33,753
1,907
26,702
	
Totals	
21,705%
31,3451/2
27,835%
34,481
35,952
28,609
Kamloops District.
2,314
11,777
2,011%
17,234
1,499
14,131%
1,277
18,291
	
1,066
22,953
1,890
21,207
41
Totals	
14,091
19,245%
15,630%
19,568
■
24,019
23,138
Balance of Province.
British Columbia coals	
1
13,860      |
18,177
157%   1
10,665%
23,621
11,310%
17,338%
12,159
23,887
9,425
21,045
	
7,559
18,935
20
	
Totals	
32,194%  |
34,286%
28,648%
36,046
30,470
26,514
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesly.
1948.
665 648 3396  112°
X
COAL
AND
PETROLEUM
CONTROL BOARD

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