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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Public Works
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1947-48
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Don McDiakmid, 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:
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Eeport of the Department of
Public Works for the fiscal year ended March 31st,  1948, in compliance with the
provisions of the " Public Works Act."
ERNEST C. CARSON,
Minister of Public Works.
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ooooo   PUBLIC WORKS REPORT.
REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER.
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 29th, 1948.
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 1947-48.
GENERAL OUTLINE OF WORK.
During the fiscal year very satisfactory work was accomplished in practically
every section of the Province, either by contract or day-labour through the district
offices. The Southern Trans-Provincial Highway was relocated and surfaced from
Princeton to its intersection of the Okanagan Highway at Kaleden, and excellent
progress has been made on the Hope-Princeton section, which, when opened and paved,
will make a very impressive addition and improvement to the highway system between
Vancouver and the south and south-eastern sections of the Province. In connection
with construction-work, primary consideration has been given to the main highways
and connections with the United States. A very considerable amount of hard-surfacing, comprising some 360 miles, has been completed, the majority of which was resurfacing for the improvement of existing surfaced highways.
Attached to this report are detailed statements giving particulars of all the highway, bridge, and ferry construction completed or started during the year. All tenders
called and contracts awarded are also included.
The policy adopted during the previous year of the Department acquiring gravel-
pits and crushing, screening, and washing, where necessary, gravel required for
highway-reconstruction has been most satisfactory, and this policy has been further
enlarged to an extent that we are very well equipped to supply first-class material to
contractors and to our local districts that have need of this material for reconstruction
and maintenance by day-labour.
The year was satisfactory regarding flooding conditions, and no exceptional floods
were experienced. Work undertaken during this year and past years for the purpose
of flood-control has been highly satisfactory, and considerable saving of expenses for
repair and washouts has been accomplished.
Winter conditions, generally speaking, were not as severe as in the previous year,
and all main roads, except the Big Bend Highway and the Cascade summit of the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, were kept open throughout the winter. More
than 10,200 miles of road were kept open, involving a total of 233,093 snow-plough
miles at an average cost of $53.57 per mile, compared with 10,300 miles kept open
during the previous year at a cost of $40.44 per mile.
Statistical details of the work undertaken in the various districts of the Province
and indicating the various highways is given in the tabulations attached, and the work
of construction, reconstruction, and maintenance carried out by the local district offices
is included in this Report under the electoral districts concerned and reported upon by
the various District Engineers. These reports indicate that satisfactory maintenance
of roads, bridges, and ferries was carried out. The construction and maintenance of
buildings, bridges, and ferries are more specifically dealt with in the reports of the
Chief Architect, Bridge Engineer, and the Mechanical Superintendent, which are
included herewith.
5 N 6
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Great progress was accomplished with respect to the survey of proposed and existing main highways, and this matter is dealt with fully in the report of the Locating
Engineer.
55 ROAD MILEAGE.
There is attached hereto a statement showing the total mileage and type of construction of the Provincial highways, comprising 21,765.14 miles, which may be briefly
summarized as follows:— Miles.
Trunk and main highways     6,964.85
Local roads      5,737.62
Settlement, industrial, and mining roads     9,062.67
Total  21,765.14
In addition, there are more than 10,000 miles of trails, of which 6,000 miles, more
or less, are classified as mining trails.
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.
86.80
200.48
79.80
374.15
43.00
Miles.
44.58
83.03
Miles.
131.38
283.51
79.80
374.15
43.00
SURFACING.
A total of 363 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.
PATTULLO BRIDGE.
There was a considerable increase over the previous year in the number of vehicles
crossing this bridge. Traffic amounted to 4,211,619 vehicles, as compared with
3,516,907 vehicles in the fiscal year 1946-47.
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.
Name of Ferry.
Total Number of Vehicles carried.
1944-45.
1945-46.
1946-47.
1947-48.
Castlegar (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)	
128,723
55,955
137,333
85,918
176,505
128,718
127,059
50,768
152,364
218,609
166,106
86,973
38,094
97,519
110,198
44,629
116,486
183,270
Agassiz-Rosedale (Fraser River)	
63,765
191,170
407.264              494.564
635,414
822,920 REPORT OP THE DEPUTY MINISTER. N 7
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, 1948, were as follows:— Miles.
Classified as arterial  335.84
Classified as primary     47.24
Classified as secondary  122.01
Total  505.09
Such changes in classified highways as were made were duly reported in The
British Columbia Gazette, as required by the Statutes.
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 64,709 inward and outward letters.
CONCLUSION.
In spite of extraordinary difficulties 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 wish again to record the efficiency, dependability, and loyalty of the staff under
abnormally difficult conditions.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
A. L. CARRUTHERS,
Deputy Minister.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT.
I beg to submit the following report on the activities of the architectural branch
for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1948.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE.
A distinct improvement in labour and material conditions has been evidenced
during the latter part of this fiscal year, and which has helped considerably in the
completion of some of our projects.
Essondale.—The Admission Unit is slowly progressing but will be at least twelve
months before it is completed. No. 2 Unit (100-bed hospital) is completed and
occupied.    Plans are being prepared for three 50-bed nurses' homes.
Colony Farm.—A 220-bed hospital and power-house was started and three Quonset
huts erected for cattle after the fire. Plans prepared for new milking-barn and other
farm buildings completed.
New Westminster Mental Hospital.—Nurses' home for fifty beds is well under way
and 100-bed hospital was awarded. N 8 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Tranquille.—Addition to nurses' home and farm boarding-house and six residences
were again submitted for tender; the former was awarded on tender and the residences
are to be erected by our own staff.
The Jericho Beach and Vernon Military Hospitals were remodelled and completed.
Terrace Military Hospital was acquired, but no work done on it.
University of British Columbia.—The physics building is completed and occupied,
and construction well under way for addition to library, applied science building, and
boiler plant, also agricultural buildings. Plans were submitted for tender for a biological building, but as the prices were considered too high, revised plans will be again
submitted for tender at a later date.
Court-houses.—Contracts were awarded for Court-houses at Penticton, Alberni,
and Burns Lake, and addition to Land Registry, New Westminster.
Victoria.—A large temporary office building was awarded, and plans prepared for
a further unit; addition to King's Printer building. St. Joseph's Hospital addition
is progressing slowly.
Lockups.—Contracts were awarded for addition to Alert Bay Lockup and a new
lockup at Sooke, and plans prepared for several others.
Repairs.—The repairs and maintenance of public buildings has been maintained
as well as possible within the limits of procuring labour and material, but it is hoped
with the general improvement in conditions that we will be able to keep up with this
service to better advantage in the forthcoming year.
STAFF.
One of our major difficulties has been the procuring of staff, not only in our own
office, but amongst the tradesmen at the various institutions.
Several of our tradesmen staff have retired during the year, and I wish to pay
tribute to their long and faithful service to the public of this Province.
H. Whittaker,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
I beg to submit the annual report of the Equipment Branch for the fiscal year
1947-48.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY.
The inspection of the equipment and machinery in some of the districts of the
Province has not been carried out this year due to the heavy stress of work, but with
the addition of Mr. MacLean to the mechanical staff in November, 1947, it is expected
that all districts will be visited next fiscal year and thoroughly inspected. The situation
with regard to procuring new equipment has improved considerably since last year, but
still makes it difficult to replace certain types of machines as required. Difficulty still
is being experienced in obtaining competent mechanics for some of the garages. The
practice of sending units from outside to the Public Works garage at Cloverdale for
overhaul has been continued, with good results.
NEW EQUIPMENT.
Purchases of new equipment amounting to approximately $1,107,927 were made
during the year. The equipment purchased included trucks, shovels, tractors, power-
graders, Huber maintainers, carry-all scrapers, line-marking machines, cement-mixers, as
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compressors, tar-kettles, snow-removal equipment, and a considerable quantity of
garage equipment and tools. A quantity of obsolete and useless machinery was
advertised and sold. The proceeds of these sales were invested in modern and up-to-date
machinery.
REPAIR-SHOPS, ETC.
Repair-shops were completed at Nelson and Prince Rupert, and an equipment-shed
at Bella Coola. There are many of the districts that urgently need up-to-date repair-
shops and sheds in which to store the equipment out of the weather.
ROCK-CRUSHERS.
The system of setting up rock-crushing plants in various districts to crush rock
for road building, repairs, and surfacing was continued with success. It has been
decided that at the end of this fiscal year these rock-crushers will be transferred to the
Equipment Fund and operated under that fund in the future.
FERRIES.
All major ferries owned and operated by the Department, also those chartered,
were inspected, detailed reports submitted, and all necessary repairs carried out.
The M.V. "Anscomb," of steel construction, powered by two 500-horsepower diesel
engines, and built by the Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Limited, Vancouver, for
service on Kootenay Lake from Balfour to Kootenay Bay, was put in commission
June 27th, 1947, and has given extremely satisfactory service, having not missed a trip
since put in commission. This vessel replaced the old sternwheeler S.S. " Nasookin,"
which operated from Frasers Landing to Grey Creek. The new route cuts down
travelling time to one-half, and with the increased capacity on the M.V. "Anscomb,"
also the saving in time loading and unloading, a very satisfactory ferry service is
maintained.
The Nelson Ferry, of wood construction, built in 1936, was replaced with an all-
welded steel barge—length 122 feet, beam 43 feet 8 inches, depth 5 feet—built by the
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Limited, Vancouver, launched March 15th and put
in commission October 12th, 1948. The machinery was overhauled and transferred
from the old ferry. This ferry is capable of handling 125 cars per hour and has proven
very satisfactory.
The Harrop-Longbeach Ferry, of wood construction, built in 1937, was replaced
with an all-welded steel barge—length 70 feet, beam 24 feet, depth 4 feet 6 inches—
built by the Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Limited, Vancouver, launched July,
1946, and put in commission June, 1947. This ferry is giving excellent service and
meets all requirements.
In the Peace River District the Clayhurst Ferry was renewed with 10-ton steel
pontoons, in the Skeena District the Copper City and Kitwanga Ferries were renewed
with 10-ton steel pontoons, and in the Fort George District the Isle de Pierre was
renewed with 10-ton steel pontoons.
Steel barges and pontoons in comparison with wood construction have proved highly
satisfactory and are recommended for all future construction.
EQUIPMENT FUND.
A further allotment of funds was made to the Equipment Fund set up the previous
year and requisitions for various types of road machinery issued, the deliveries being
much better than the previous year.   Operations during the year were very satisfactory.
The following statements with reference to the financial standing of the Equipment
Fund are presented for your information:— N 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Statement "A."
Recapitulation covering Advances from Capital Funds, Credits from Rentals, Expenditure covering Costs of Units purchased, and Cost of Maintenance and Repairs from
April 1st, 1947, to March Slst, 1948.
Advances—
From capital funds, 1946-47      $500,000.00
From capital funds, 1947-48         525,000.00
Credits—
From rentals, 1946-47    34,156.66
From rentals, 1947-48         277,417.06
Expenditure—
Cost of units, 1946-47 ,       $406,087.96
Cost of units, 1947-48         690,028.00
Repairs—
Labour and material, 1946-47  18,584.38
Labour and material, 1947-48  95,621.71
Balance at credit in Treasury as at March 31st, 1948         126,251.67
Totals    $1,336,573.72   $1,336,573.72
Statement "B."
Inventory Value of Equipment Fund Units as at March 31st, 1948.
Inventory as at March 31st, 1947       $398,281.20
Units purchased from April 1st, 1947, to March 31st, 1948         690,028.00
Transfer of rock-crushers (O.C. No. 1458 approved June 26th, 1948)         242,001.32
$1,330,310.52
Depreciation, April 1st, 1947, to March 31st, 1948         123,120.06
$1,207,190.46
Statement "C."
Standing of Equipment Fund as at March 31st, 1948.
Advance from. Capital Account—
During fiscal year 1946-47       $406,087.96
During fiscal year 1947-48         609,028.00
Inventory as at March 31st, 1948    $1,207,190.46
Credit: Balance at credit in Treasury as at March 31st, 1948         126,251.67
Balance         318,326.17
Totals    $1,333,442.13   $1,333,442.13
J. W. Armstrong,
Mechanical Superintendent.   REPORT OP THE BRIDGE ENGINEER. N 11
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER.
Further progress was made during the fiscal year 1947-48 in the programme for
the replacement of obsolete timber bridges on our trunk highways with permanent
concrete and steel structures.
Owing, however, to the shortage of steel and the consequent delay in its delivery,
together with the shortage of experienced labour, the public was denied the use of
many of the new structures which normally would have been completed during the year.
The principal bridges thus affected were Englishman River Bridge on the Island
Highway, the North Fernie and West Fernie Bridges over the Elk River at Fernie,
Eagle River Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway, Vedder River Bridge on the
Sardis-Cultus Lake Road, Seymour Creek Bridge in North Vancouver, and the Stirling
Bridge on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Sufficient progress was made, however, to ensure the completion of all the foregoing bridges during the next fiscal year, which will form a notable addition to the
growing list of really fine, modern highway bridges in the Province.
The year 1947-48 witnessed the completion of French Creek, Brunell Creek,
Nanoose Creek, and Washer Creek Bridges on the Island Highway, Hall Creek Bridge
on the Nelson-Nelway Road, the East Pine and West Pine Bridges on the John Hart
Highway, and various beam-span bridges on the Hope-Princeton Highway, as well as
the approaches to the Fraser River Bridge at Hope.
In addition, a new bridge was built over the Nechako River at Vanderhoof and the
ferry-landing at Ladner was completely rebuilt and extended. These were both
extensive timber structures, the principal parts of which were of creosoted timber.
A detailed list of the principal bridges and ferry-landings constructed or reconstructed in the fiscal year 1947-48 appears elsewhere in this Report.
The situation in regard to the supply of timber for bridge building and maintenance was worse than in any previous year, and, in consequence, a good deal of really
necessary work in the reconstruction and maintenance of our timber bridges had to be
held in abeyance or was at least delayed.
Despite the shortage of timber, however, and its extremely high cost, the field
staffs, through much care and untiring effort, were able to maintain the timber bridges
in a fair state of repair throughout the Province.
A shortage of staff and difficulty in obtaining experienced or technically trained
men suitable for work in connection with designing and the preparation of plans, etc.,
makes it impossible for us to cope with the work which keeps accumulating.
G. M. Duncan,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER.
During the year, work done included new surfacing and resurfacing.
A notable feature of the year's programme was the construction of 52 miles of
the new surface with hot, machine-laid asphaltic mix; this work was chiefly on the
main highways in Chilliwack, Lillooet, North Okanagan, Revelstoke, and Similkameen
Districts.
The same type of work was also used for the resurfacing of nearly 81 miles of
highway where the various kinds of old asphaltic surface were beginning to fail after
many years' service. In all instances the old surface was widened for the purpose of
resurfacing and, in some places, the road-bed completely reconstructed to secure better
alignment and grade. N 12
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
The total gallonage of bitumen used was 4,497,942, of which about 93 per cent,
was used in the above work, the remainder purchased by the various districts being
used in the maintenance-work.
BITUMINOUS SURFACING, 1947-48.
Mileage and Class of Work carried out.
Name of Highway.
New Surface.
Improvement or Renewal
of Existing Highways.
Total.
Hot-mix
Paving.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
Hot-mix
Paving.
Mulch.
Double
Spray.
Single
Spray.
Trans-Canada Highway	
Southern Trans-Provincial
17.14
8.65
25.06
1.40
8.89
	
7.34
9.93
5.70
3.14
16.23
18.10    |      7.12
[      5.33
|      0.67
22.32    |
5.98    |      6.33
10.94    |      1.94
23.47    |    16.68
4.54
2.36
23.77
14.93
22.10
26.59
46.29
63.23
43.42
Kootenay-Columbia
0.67
22.32
51.19
Canadian Highway	
5.70
16.02
160.39
Totals	
50.85
10.29
42.34»
80.81    [    38.07
30.67    | 109.91
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362.94
* This includes 32.11 miles of heavy double spray preparatory to paving.
W. P. Bevan,
Surfacing Engineer.
REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER.
Forty surveys, representing 132 miles of final location, were carried out during the
1947-48 fiscal year on highway revisions and new locations throughout the Province at
a cost of $174,690.75. These surveys were confined, for the most part, to the main
trunk highway systems.
Engineering personnel for construction projects were maintained from this office,
covering such major projects as Hope-Princeton (Sections A and B), Princeton-
Kaleden, Hart Highway, Vancouver Island projects, and Cariboo Highway, and all
minor projects under construction.
Land surveys of right-of-way and related work have been undertaken by one
British Columbia land surveyor who is permanently employed by the Department and
by other surveyors in their own localities.
Engineering equipment has been purchased to furnish increasing survey requirements, and an office staff is maintained at Kamloops to handle plan production and
blue-printing.
Records of progress of construction projects with relative cost data are compiled
covering projects under contract, and finalization of estimates and records, together
with as-constructed plans, are maintained.
H. L. Hayne,
Location Engineer. DISTRICT REPORTS. N 13
DISTRICT REPORTS.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1  (VANCOUVER ISLAND
AND THE ISLANDS).
(District Engineer, E. Smith.)
Alberni Electoral District.
Road-construction.—No major construction projects were undertaken during the
year, but a reconditioning programme was 60 per cent, completed on Central Lake Road,
where 6 miles were greatly improved by ditching and gravelling preparatory to bituminous surfacing; the same type of work was carried out on the Beaver Creek Road,
where some 3 miles were improved. Pit-run gravel was used for base course and
crushed gravel for a clean wearing course on both roads, totalling almost 20,000 cubic
yards. Both roads carry a heavy volume of commercial traffic, which has been brought
about by the ever-growing industries in the two Alberni cities.
Maintenance.—Generally speaking, the winter was favourable, without heavy snowfall or severe frosts, which enabled our crews to maintain the roads more efficiently.
Some troubles were experienced during the heavy rainfall and consequent run-off in
mid-December.
Many obsolete wooden culverts were replaced with concrete culvert pipe, and a
great quantity of gravel was used in repairing bad sections of the more important
service and local roads.
Bituminous Surfacing.—No new work was done, although a considerable amount
of repair-work was completed by partial resurfacing.
Bridges.—All bridges were satisfactorily maintained, and four bridges, having a
total length of 523 feet, were completely redecked.
On the Ucluelet-Tofino Road twenty small wooden bridges were removed, and
replaced by the installation of concrete culverts and embankments.
Snow-removal.—Owing to a favourable winter, no trouble was experienced in maintaining continuity of traffic.
General.—The continued increase in industrial development in the Albernis, resulting in a swelling population and greater road traffic, has brought about a large number
of applications for opening new roads and improving those already in use. It has been
found difficult to keep pace with these demands, but satisfactory progress has been
made.
Comox Electoral District.
Road-construction.—On the Island Highway from the overhead crossing of the
Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway at Red Gap to Parksville the standard reconstruction
commenced in 1946 was completed by contract, and a preparatory surface of asphalt
applied to hold the surface in good condition for the final pavement to be laid in 1948.
This work covered a total distance of 10.4 miles. The contract work of reconstruction
on improved alignment was continued from Parksville to Qualicum and 60 per cent,
completed, the total length being 6.4 miles.
Farther north on the same highway, from a point at Fanny Bay to the railway
crossing north of Union Bay, the contract work was 95 per cent, completed to our
highest standard of construction. From the northerly terminal point of the contract to
Courtenay a total distance of 6.34 miles was reconstructed to a modified standard by
our own forces and surfaced by contract by the application of a hot asphaltic mix laid
by paving-machine. This operation resulted in the completion of a smooth-riding
surface from Fanny Bay to Courtenay, with the inclusion of a shorter section at
Royston completed in 1946. N 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
On the Canadian Highway, commonly known as the Parksville-Alberni Road, the
reconstruction-work commenced under contract in 1946 was carried on and 55 per cent,
completed of the 20-mile section from Parksville to the westerly end of Cathedral Grove.
The Cumberland Road from Courtenay to Cumberland and from Cumberland to
Royston was reconstructed by our own forces, a total distance of 9.4 miles, and was
completed with plant-mixed asphaltic pavement machine-laid, resulting in the conversion of a very rough and outworn road to a smooth-running road with improved width
and visibility.
Bridges. — French Creek Bridge on the Island Highway between Parksville and
Qualicum was commenced in 1946 and completed early in 1947 by our own forces,
excepting the erection of steel, which was done by contract. This bridge is the bowstring arch type and is similar to the bridge opened in 1946 on the Island Highway at
Haslam Creek.
The construction of the bridge over Englishman River on the Island Highway
between Craig's Crossing and Parksville was seriously delayed by the non-delivery of
steel owing to the strike of steelworkers earlier in the year, and was 85 per cent, completed at the close of the fiscal year. All concrete-work for this 200-foot steel-truss
span was done by our own forces. This bridge would have been opened to traffic prior
to the freshets of November and December except for the delay in steel-delivery, thereby
avoiding the trouble experienced in December when a heavy freshet rendered the
temporary bridge unsafe for traffic, which was disrupted for several days, and a considerable expense was involved in reconstruction of the temporary bridge.
On the same highway at Brunell Creek and Nanoose Creek continuous reinforced-
concrete girder-type bridges were constructed by contract, each having three arched
spans.
At Union Bay on the Island Highway the wooden bridge over Washer Creek was
replaced by a steel-girder 60-foot span by contract.
On the same highway the wooden bridge over Piercy Creek between Union Bay
and Courtenay was replaced by three lines of 68-inch diameter concrete culvert.
On the Canadian Highway at Lockwood and Pipe-line Creeks, construction of two
50-foot steel-girder span bridges was commenced by contract, but owing to non-delivery
of steel the concrete abutments only were completed.
Four small bridges on important local roads were replaced by concrete culverts and
embankments.    Redecking and other repairs were carried out on 104 wooden bridges.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Eighteen miles of machine-laid hot asphaltic mix was laid
by contract on the Island Highway and Cumberland Road, 21.63 miles of double surface
treatment was completed on the Island and Canadian Highways, and 24.41 miles of
single-treatment seal-coat with non-skid surface was satisfactorily completed also by
contract.
Snoiu-removal.—There were no heavy snowfalls, although removal was necessary
at intervals, and a considerable amount of ice-control work was carried out.
Ferries. — The Denman Island Ferry operated continuously and satisfactorily
throughout the year.
General.—The increase in building activity necessitated the opening of many new
roads to accommodate the needs of new residents.
Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District.
Road-construction.—The Island Highway from the northerly district boundary to
the Koksilah River, a distance of 3.6 miles, was reconstructed by our own forces to a
modified standard of more suitable width, and a road-mixed asphaltic surface applied to
a width of 22 feet.   DISTRICT REPORTS. N 15
To meet the demands of the heavy increase in traffic in the Cowichan Lake district,
6.5 miles of the Cowichan Lake Road was improved by widening by our own forces, to
a road-bed of 28-foot width, and gravelled in preparation for bituminous surfacing.
Similar work on the South Shore Road from Cowichan Lake Village to Honeymoon
Bay, a distance of 7 miles, was also done by our own men and equipment; this involved
a certain amount of rock excavation near Mesachie Lake, resulting in a very marked
improvement.
Maintenance.—All roads were adequately maintained during the year with greater
facility than in former years owing to improvement in the equipment situation. A total
of 39,424 cubic yards of crushed gravel and 45,854 cubic yards of selected pit-run gravel
were used in this district.
Bituminous Surfacing.—On the Island Highway, 3.7 miles received an application
of road-mixed asphaltic mulch and 6.75 miles a double-spray treatment. On the old
Koksilah Road, 2 miles received double-spray treatment. All this work was done by
contract.
Bridges.—Major repairs were carried out on the Duncan bridges over the Cowichan
River and the Chemainus River bridges on the Island Highway. Many minor bridges
were repaired.
General.—Weather conditions were fairly favourable throughout the year; snowfall was light, and continuity of traffic was maintained.
Esquimalt Electoral District.
Road-construction.—No major construction-work was undertaken during the year.
On the Island Highway the revision on the Malahat section at Miles 17-18 was
completed to a satisfactory standard by our own forces and a plant-mixed asphaltic
surface applied. On the same highway, at the northerly end of the district, nearly 2
miles were reconstructed by widening, ditching, and gravelling by our own forces, and
a road-mixed asphaltic surface laid by contract to a width of 24 feet.
At Langford Lake the highway was improved by widening to improve visibility on
a section about one-half mile in length.
A great volume of work was carried out in opening and improving old subdivision
roads where settlement is increasing very rapidly.
Cobble Hill Road was reconstructed and gravelled by our own forces in preparation
for bituminous surfacing.
Maintenance.—This work was carried out with greater efficiency than in past years
due to improvement in the equipment situation.
There are many difficult drainage problems in this district which are aggravated
by ever-increasing residential and commercial building development, and some progress
was made toward solution of the problems, but much remains to be done.
Bridges.—Appreciable progress was made toward improving the acute bridge situation in this district. Six bridges were replaced by culverts and embankments, and
other work of this type commenced.
Surveys were made in connection with the renewal of bridges on the West Coast
Road.
Bituminous Surfacing.—On the Island Highway the revision at Miles 17-18 on the
Malahat section was surfaced with asphaltic plant mix, and the section at the northerly
end of the district for a distance of 2 miles was surfaced with road-mixed asphaltic
mulch.
The Mill Bay-Shawnigan Lake Road, having a length of 3.3 miles, was also surfaced with road-mixed asphaltic mulch.
On the West Coast Road the double-spray asphaltic surface was extended 3.1 miles
to Coal Creek and existing surface was treated by the single-spray method. N 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
All above-mentioned work was carried out by contract.
Five railway crossings were improved by our own forces by the application of
asphaltic mix to ensure smooth running.
Snow-removal.—Continuity of traffic was maintained without difficulty owing to
light snowfall and improved equipment.    A great deal of ice-control was necessary.
General.—This was a favourable year as far as weather was concerned, and a great
volume of very useful work was completed.
Surveys were commenced and good progress made on the proposed Island Highway
Revision from Victoria City boundary to Langford Lake.
Langford Garage.—Work was satisfactorily carried out, consisting of major
repairs to equipment units from all parts of this engineering district.
Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District.
Road-construction.—No major construction was undertaken, but 4% miles of old
subdivision roads were constructed in the Nanaimo area, where a great many houses
have been built and many more are under construction. This has necessitated considerable ditching and the installation of 3,300 lineal feet of concrete culvert pipe and
the hauling of 4,000 cubic yards of gravel.
Maintenance.—In the Nanaimo area the roads were adequately maintained and are
in fair condition. On the islands, however, owing to extensive logging being done, the
ordinary dirt roads, which have been satisfactory in the past, have proved entirely
inadequate to take care of this heavy traffic and, although more maintenance has been
done, it has been found difficult to keep them in a condition satisfactory to the local
residents.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 20.19 miles of respray-work was done throughout
the district, 14 miles of which was done on sundry roads on Saltspring Island. This work
on Vancouver Island was done by contract and on Saltspring Island by our own forces.
Bridges.—Two bridges, having a total length of 265 feet, were completely redecked.
The remainder of the bridges were adequately maintained.
Ferries.—The Gabriola and Saltspring Island Ferries operated satisfactorily
throughout the year.
General.—In common with other districts, many demands were met for new roads
and increased maintenance owing to the great building activity, especially in the Newcastle Townsite and Northfield areas.
Saanich Electoral District.
Road-construction.—No major work was undertaken. Departmental equipment
and men were fully occupied in reconstructing and improving existing important local
and service roads in the unorganized territory in the Saanich Peninsula, particularly in
North Saanich, where reconditioning and bituminous surfacing were carried out on
some 4% miles.
A broad gravelling programme was successfully carried through, which included
a section of West Saanich Road, Towner Park Road, the Chalet Road, and many other
roads in the same district.
Maintenance.—This work was carried out with greater efficiency than heretofore
owing to good weather and improved equipment.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The arterial roads in this district being in fair condition,
the greater part of surfacing operations was done on the more important local roads
by our men and equipment, amounting to 0.63 mile of road-mixed mulch treatment and
13.22 miles of double- and single-spray work.
General.—A great number of subdivisions were made in this district during the
year, which has greatly increased the road mileage and necessary maintenance. DISTRICT REPORTS. N 17
Drainage problems are constantly occurring in many areas and are a source of
considerable expense.
Surveys were commenced on the proposed road to Patricia Bay Airport, and some
progress was made.
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.—On the central arterial highway from Underhill Avenue to the
North Road 1.73 miles was completed by the General Construction Company.
The section from Boundary Road to Underhill Avenue, a distance of 2.32 miles,
was raised 6 inches with %-inch crushed material to a width of 40 feet.
Bridges.—Washout Bridge No. 3 was redecked with stringers and caps replaced.
Routine maintenance was done on the other bridges.
Surveys.—Survey-work continued on Kingsway throughout the year in preparation
for construction.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Seal-coating was done on Grandview Highway 62A from
Douglas Road to Burris Street, a distance of 2 miles.
Maintenance.—Major clearing and ditching were done on the right-of-way of the
central arterial highway from Boundary Road to Underhill Avenue. Normal maintenance was carried out on all other roads.
North Vancouver Electoral District.
General.—Regular maintenance-work was carried out in the district—general
repairs to pavement, drainage, brushing, and gravelling.
Bridges.—Survey-work on Seymour Creek Bridge No. 4 was completed, and the
abutment-work carried out.    We are now waiting for fabrication and delivery of steel.
Reserve Bridge No. 3, a 73-foot frame trestle, was replaced with twin McPherson
culverts, 5 feet in diameter.
Capilano Bridge No. 2. Dredging-work was carried out here to return the river
to its original channel.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District.
General.—All roads were kept in a good state of repair throughout the year.
Ditches were maintained and fences repaired.    Patching to pavement was carried out.
Bridges.—Beacon Gulch, a 160-foot pile trestle bridge, was replaced by culvert and
fill;  approximately 17,000 cubic yards of material was hauled for this job.
Delta Electoral District.
Reconstruction.—The Ladner Trunk Highway 68A was raised and widened for a
total distance of 8.68 miles.
On Barnston Island the North Dyke Road was completed and 1.66 miles surfaced
with 2-inch crushed rock and %-inch crushed gravel.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The Trans-Canada Highway 2r and 3r was recapped, 22
feet wide, from Fry's Corner east for a distance of 7.05 miles.
The Ladner Trunk Road 68A was recapped, 22 feet wide, for a total distance of
8.68 miles. N 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48-
Point Roberts Road 40b was recapped for a distance of 0.53 mile.
Stevenston Highway 84b was given a single surface treatment for a distance of
2 miles.
McLellan Road 69b was given a double surface treatment for a distance of 0.5 mile.
Maintenance.—Centre-line marking and patching was carried out on all arterial
and primary highways.
Extensive brushing and mowing was carried out on all arterial and primary highways.    Ditches, culverts, and off-takes were cleaned.
Approximately 6 miles of excess high-shoulder material was removed from the
Trans-Canada Highway 2r. Approximately 10 miles of shoulders were widened and
gravelled.
Catch-basins were installed—seven at Langley Prairie and four at Aldergrove.
Numerous applications for private driveways from the Trans-Canada, King George,
and Pacific Highways were dealt with. These involved a considerable amount of labour,
and approximately 4,700 feet of culvert was installed.
All guard-rails, mile-posts, and sign-posts on the Trans-Canada Highway were
repaired and repainted.    Reflectors were replaced on all bridges.
Speed signs were erected on the Trans-Canada, King George, and Pacific Highways,
and numerous warning and directional signs were renewed.
Snow-removal.—Snow-plough miles amounted to 468. Considerable sanding was
necessary.
Bridges.—All bridges were inspected, repaired, and left in a safe condition for
traffic.
Ferries.—The new Ladner Ferry landing was completed and a new pontoon was
installed at Woodward's Landing.
The Ladner-Woodward and Barnston Island Ferries were completely overhauled.
Mackenzie Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out; culverts replaced, ditches
cleaned out, roads and trails brushed out. Regular grading was done throughout
the year.
Bridges.—Eight bridges were replaced by culvert and fill, and many other structures received repairs throughout the district.   _,
Snow-removal.—Snowfall in this district was exceedingly light this year.
Dewdney Electoral District.
Construction.—North Road to Brunette Street, a distance of 1.13 miles, was constructed and gravelled with select and crushed material.
Lougheed Highway, Kanaka Creek to Seventeenth Avenue, a distance of 2.64 miles,
was raised 2 feet and widened to a 40-foot top.
Lougheed Highway, Hatzic to Dewdney, a distance of 2.79 miles, was raised 18
inches and widened to a 40-foot top.
Lougheed Highway, Dewdney to Deroche, a distance of 6 miles, was raised 9 inches
with %-inch crushed material and widened to 30 feet.
Harrison Hot Springs Road, Agassiz to Harrison Hot Springs, a distance of 5
miles, was raised 18 inches with select materials and widened to 30 feet.
Farms Road, for a distance of 1 mile south from the Stave Lake Road, was raised
2 feet and widened to 20 feet.
Lougheed Highway, Mission to Hatzic, right-of-way was cleared and grubbed.
Stave Lake Road was reconstructed and gravelled, 20 feet wide, for a distance of
1 mile.
Sunnyside Road was gravelled for a distance of 2 miles. .■■...;.■■■■■.■■■■   ... ■■'■<■.  ■:'■■■-■■■; ■'.■
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Bridges.—Major repairs were made on the Harrison River Bridge. Stringers and
deckings were replaced on eleven bridges. General maintenance was carried out on the
balance of the bridges.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Lougheed Highway, Hatzic to Dewdney, a distance of 2.79
miles, was surfaced, 24 feet wide.
Lougheed Highway, Dewdney to Deroche, a distance of 6 miles, was hard-surfaced,
22 feet wide.
Harrison Hot Springs Road, Agassiz to Harrison Hot Springs, a distance of 5
miles, was hard-surfaced 22 feet wide.
At Harrison Hot Springs Townsite, Lillooet Street was hard-surfaced for a
distance of 1 mile.
Hatzic Island Road was flush-coated.
One mile on Agassiz Mountain, Lougheed Highway, was seal-coated.
Coquitlam Road 10R, 2 miles west from the Industrial School west, was seal-coated.
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads—asphalt patching, grading, ditching with drag-line, and brushing.
Snow-removal.—Due to the amount of snowfall, considerable snow-removal was
carried out on all roads.
Surveys.—The location survey was completed for reconstruction between Mission
Village and Hatzic, a distance of 1.82 miles.
A location survey was carried out between Port Coquitlam and the railroad crossing at Ioco, a distance of 2.65 miles.
Chilliwack Electoral District.
New Construction.—The new C Street Extension 111r was completed. Length of
construction was 1.55 miles. Grade was finished with 40-foot top and paving 24 feet
wide.
In Columbia Valley the Henderson Road was constructed along the International
Boundary from the Kossikar Road, a distance of 0.9 mile west.
Reconstruction. — In Columbia Valley the Iverson Road was reconstructed and
gravelled on an improved alignment from the Kossikar Road to the International
Boundary.   Total mileage, 2.5 miles.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The Trans-Canada Highway 4r, 5r, and 6R was recapped,
22 feet wide, from Aldergrove to C Street, a distance of 9.7 miles.
C Street Extension lllR was paved to a width of 24 feet.   Total length, 1.55 miles.
Abbotsford-Mission Road llR and 12r was recapped, 22 feet wide, for a distance
of 5.22 miles.
Trans-Canada Highway 8r was recapped, 22 feet wide, from Cottonwood Corner
to Chilliwack, a distance of 1.35 miles.
Vye Road 6lR was recapped for a total distance of 1.5 miles.
Maintenance.—Centre-line marking and patching were carried out continuously
on all arterial highways. Extensive brushing and mowing was carried out. Ditches,
culverts, and off-takes were cleaned out where necessary.
Approximately 7.5 miles of excess shoulder material was removed from the Trans-
Canada Highway 6R and 8r.
Approximately 10 miles of shoulders were widened and gravelled.
Approximately 500 lineal feet of culvert was installed for private driveways.
Practically all guard-rails, mile-posts, and sign-posts on the arterial highways
were repaired and repainted.
Reflectors were renewed on all bridges.
Speed signs were erected on the Trans-Canada Highway from Aldergrove to Silver
Creek, and numerous warning and directional signs were replaced. N 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
A drainage ditch was excavated and culverts installed along the west side of C
Street from the International Boundary to Vye Road.
Snow-removal.—Snow-plough miles amounted to 514; 13,000 lineal feet of snow-
fence was erected.    Considerable sanding was necessary.
Bridges.—The substructure of the new Vedder Crossing Bridge was completed.
The new Sumas Canal Bridge was completed.
Several small timber bridges were rebuilt, and all other bridges were inspected
and repaired and left in a safe condition for traffic.
Ferries.—The Rosedale winter landing was reconstructed and the summer landing
repaired. New platforms were installed at the winter and summer landings and at
the Agassiz landing.    The ferry was completely overhauled.
New Westminster Electoral District.
Reconstruction.—Unimproved streets were opened up, shaped and graded, then
surfaced for a width of 20 feet with 3 inches of %-inch crushed gravel over a 4-inch
base of 2-inch crushed rock.   Total mileage, 0.90.
Maintenance.—Catch-basins and ditches were kept clean. Brushing was carried
out.   Warning signs were replaced where necessary.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4 (YALE, KAMLOOPS, SALMON ARM, REVELSTOKE, NORTH AND SOUTH OKANAGAN, COLUMBIA, AND SIMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, W. Ramsay, Kamloops.)
Kamloops Electoral District.
The year generally was very wet with a heavy snowfall during the later part of
the winter. Snow-ploughing costs were heavy, as more and more settlers are expecting
open winter roads. The spring was late and wet, and traffic seriously damaged many
roads.
Maintenance.—Carried out in the usual manner. The acquisition of two heavy
power-graders helped in keeping gravelled highways in good condition.
Much reconstruction was done on settler-roads in widening, ditching, and gravelling the construction.
Little Fort-Bridge Lake Road was extended 6.5 miles and built to an 18-foot
subgrade.    This was for the most part through a rock canyon.
Trans-Canada Highway was reconstructed on relocation from Monte Creek to the
district boundary.
Monte Creek Road was reconstructed to standard from Monte Creek Station to
Duck Meadow and made ready for mulch surfacing in 1948. This will be part of the
future Kamloops-Vernon Road where it joins the Trans-Canada.
The Blue River-Albreda Road was cleared and made passable during the dry
summer months.
Bridges.—Six King-truss bridges were renewed at Canyons No. 1 and No. 3 and
Spahats Creek (Clearwater River Road), and at Chu Chua, Black Pool, Brookfield
Creek, and many other bridges were reinforced or redecked to keep the traffic moving
safely.
Ferries.—The reaction ferries along .the North Thompson River were maintained
safely for traffic.
Yale Electoral District.
Maintenance.—An increased amount of maintenance gravelling was carried out
during the year to improve  road-surfaces which  had  become worn  out.    Screened DISTRICT REPORTS. N 21
gravel was used on the main roads. The policy of replacing wooden culverts with
permanent concrete pipe was continued, three car-loads of pipe being installed during
the year.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—At Mile 146.6, Trans-Canada Highway,
one-half mile of road was reconstructed around Nine Mile Bluffs by removing 60,000
cubic yards of solid rock and building a short section of concrete wall.
Between Spuzzum and Yale, 3.1 miles of road was raised with gravel and widened
where pavement had broken badly due to frost action. West of Yale, between Miles
109 and 111, a 2-mile section of the Trans-Canada Highway was reconstructed to a
width of 36 feet.
West of Lytton, 3 miles of winding road was reconstructed to eliminate numerous
corners. This necessitated heavy fills and cuts averaging 90,000 cubic yards to the
mile.    The fills are 40 feet wide on top.
At Mile 180.4, which is 7 miles north of Lytton, a concrete retaining-wall was built
to eliminate 1,000 feet of cribbing.    This completed work started in 1940.
West of Boston Bar on the Trans-Canada Highway, Robbins Creek Bridge was
replaced with a rock-fill.    In making this fill, 0.7 mile of road was widened to 30 feet.
The Merritt-Spences Bridge Road, between Miles 37 and 38.5, was reconstructed
to good alignment and grade.
Four miles of the Kamloops Road was widened or gravelled to improve travelling
conditions.
Near Aspen Grove, on the Princeton Road, 2.2 miles of road was rebuilt to
alignment and grade.
Work on construction of the Hope-Princeton Section of the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway progressed fairly well during the year, with over 20 miles
completed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Only part of the paving programme was completed in
Yale District due to wet weather. Six miles of mulch and 5.4 miles of spray-coat
were laid during the year.
Bridges.—During the year seven bridges were eliminated by replacing with
culverts and fills. In addition to these, twelve bridges have been eliminated or replaced
with concrete structures on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Hope
and Princeton. The new approaches to the Hope Bridge were completed. Seven other
small timber bridges were rebuilt. Maintenance of old timber bridges in the Fraser
Canyon portion of the Trans-Canada Highway has become increasingly difficult due
to the age of the structures.
Ferries.—The Boston Bar-North Bend Ferry was operated on a sixteen-hour shift
with only minor interruptions due to repairs, except for one overhaul which required
one week. During the twelve months 6,078 vehicles and 32,906 passengers used the
ferry.
Salmon Arm Electoral District.
Construction and Improvement.—Portions of the Trans-Canada Highway at Monte
Creek and at Squilax were being improved by contractors.
A day-labour project was under way on the Sand Hill Section of the Kamloops
Road, where surveys were also carried forward toward Falkland.
A day-labour project was also in hand near Scotch Creek on the road to Celista.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The completed Chum Creek-Squilax contract received a
mulch treatment.
Bridges.—Some small bridges were renewed, and Pritchard Bridge was redecked,
stringers replaced, and some caps and piles renewed.   This bridge is 1,100 feet long.
Ferries.—The Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry service was interrupted for several
weeks owing to the lake freezing. N 22 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Equipment.—Some new equipment was received, particularly trucks, and improved
the general situation in regard to work accomplished and its efficiency.
All machinery was well maintained by the district mechanics.
Revelstoke Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General maintenance on highway and local roads was carried out.
Many culverts were repaired and some replaced, and side drainage-ditches improved
and cleared of debris.
Bridges.—All bridges were inspected, and many structures repaired and reinforced
and some redecked. Concrete abutments were constructed for two steel bridges, and
two temporary bridges constructed to maintain traffic.
Surfacing.—Twelve miles of asphaltic mulch, 20 feet wide was placed at Taft and
adjacent to the city limits, and 9% miles of flush-coat at Malakwa.
Construction.—Five and three-tenths miles at Taft were shaped with pit-run
gravel and surfaced with crushed gravel in preparation for hard-surfacing, and 6.3
miles west of Columbia River at Revelstoke was built up and shaped with gravel and
surfaced with crushed gravel.
On the Big Bend Road, 1.3 miles was reconstructed, gravelled, and surfaced with
crushed gravel.
Four miles of local and settlement roads adjacent to Revelstoke were gravelled,
and 6 miles of the Arrowhead Road and local roads near Sidmouth were gravelled.
Three-quarters of a mile of narrow road between Beaton and the wharf, mostly
solid-rock work, has been widened.
Snow-removal.—An exceptionally heavy snowfall required full-time operation of
all available equipment, and all main roads were opened every day.
Snowslides were more frequent, especially on the Three Valley bluffs and at Summit Lake in the Eagle Pass.
Forty miles of the Big Bend Road was ploughed in the early part of the winter,
but later it was only possible to keep open 20 miles due to continual drifting.
North Okanagan Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General conditions throughout the year were fairly satisfactory,
and, in addition to ordinary maintenance, several minor improvements were carried out.
At Oyama, 200 feet of narrow roadway on fill was widened to 24 feet. Several side-
roads were widened out to full width and ditched. In the Vernon area a mile of
Tronson Road and a road in East Vernon were widened out, ditched, and gravelled. In
the Enderby area, % of a mile of Dale Hill on the Enderby-Mabel Lake Road was
widened.    The road and bridge into Anderson Subdivision was completed.
Major Reconstruction.—On Okanagan Highway No. 5, from Tompkinson's Corner
to Enderby, 4 miles of reconstruction was completed by day-labour and gravelled; from
Enderby to Armstrong, 7 miles under reconstruction by Marwell Construction Company
as contractors was 75 per cent, completed; and from Armstrong City for a distance of
3 miles was reconstructed under day-labour and gravelled.
The Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6, from Mile 10.1 to Lumby, was reconstructed to
34-foot width for a distance of 5 miles by day-labour and gravelled.
The Okanagan Landing Road, from Vernon city limits, was reconstructed and
gravelled for a distance of 5 miles by day-labour.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The Okanagan Highway, from Tompkinson's Corner to
Enderby and from 1 mile north of Armstrong to 3 miles south, was surfaced with 2%
inches of asphaltic mulch grader mix. The Vernon-Slocan Highway, the streets of
Lumby, and the Okanagan Landing Road were surfaced with 2Vz inches of hot plant
mix, machine-laid.    In addition, 4.82 miles of the Vernon-Slocan Highway was given o
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a seal-coat on work laid the previous year. In all, 11.52 miles of new mulch, 13.56 miles
of recap on old pavement, and 4.82 miles of single-spray coat were laid.
Bridges.—Minor replacements only were carried out, and one 60-foot trestle built
over Swan Creek on Anderson Road.
Snow-removal.—With exception of Monashee Pass, all roads were kept open.
Snowfall was late in the year, but unusually heavy.
South Okanagan Electoral District.
Maintenance.—General improvement and maintenance of the main highway and
local roads continued.
Surfacing.—A total of 2.69 new miles of gravel was placed, and building-up of low
grades with gravel was carried on.
Nine and five-tenths miles of mulch, 22 and 24 feet wide, was put down from Power
Creek to Deep Creek, and 4.52 miles of spray-coat, 18 feet wide, was placed on local
roads and main highway.
Reconstruction.—Work commenced on the Okanagan Highway on sections between
McDougall Creek-Westbank, Westbank Ferry-McDougall Creek, and Postill-Winfield.
These sections were 80 per cent., 25 per cent., and 60 per cent, respectively completed
by the end of the fiscal year.
Snow-removal.—Local roads were widened out at every opportunity.
The snowfall remained much the same as the previous year, although several local
roads were difficult to keep open due to the heavy grades and narrow roadways.
Flood-control.—Work was again necessary on Sawmill Creek and Mission Creek.
Bridges.—One new bridge was constructed in the Naramata area, four reconstructed, and seventeen repaired in addition to installation and repairs to various
culverts.
Similkameen Electoral District.
Bituminous Surfacing.—New mulch carried out on 17.65 miles of road.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Hope-Princeton: 50 miles under construction, 15 miles completed, the remainder 30 per cent, complete.
Keremeos-Kaleden:   23 miles reconstructed, 80 per cent, complete.
Princeton-Merritt: One-half mile of road relocated and reconstructed to 30-foot
width.
Okanagan Highivay.—Penticton-Kaleden: One-half mile relocated and reconstructed.
Bridges.—New abutments were placed for new bridges at the following points:
Over the Similkameen River at Princeton, over the Similkameen River at Sterling
Creek, and over Twenty Mile Creek at Hedley.
Roads Generally.—All roads were efficiently maintained.
Columbia Electoral District.
Maintenance.—All roads were graded and generally maintained. The Kootenay-
Columbia Highway was gravelled heavily on sections that broke up badly during the
spring. Considerable reshaping and gravelling was done on the Kicking Horse section
of the Trans-Canada Highway. On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway 2.5 miles of
reconstruction was undertaken by day-labour and approximately 75 per cent, completed.
Bridges.—Two bridges were reconstructed. Extensive repairs were carried out on
a number of bridges on the Big Bend Highway and the Kicking Horse Highway.
Snow-removal. — Snow conditions throughout the district were average, and all
roads except the Big Bend were kept open and in good condition during the winter. N 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5  (CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
Cranbrook Electoral District.
Roads.—A contract for the reconstruction and standardization of a portion of the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Fort Steele Junction and Wardner, a
distance of 13.3 miles, was let to the General Construction Company; approximately
50 per cent, of this work was completed during the year.
Maintenance of Highways.—General maintenance was carried out on all highways.
Considerable frost damage occurred on the bituminous pavement, and some 44,000
gallons of asphalt was required to repair the defects.
Bridges.—Consent was obtained for the use of the Canadian Pacific Railway bridge
at Wasa for vehicular traffic to replace the highway bridge, no longer safe for traffic
and due for demolition. Three miles of road were constructed to give access to the
railway bridge, and watchmen were installed before it was opened for traffic in January.
During the three months following the opening, 2,316 vehicles used the bridge.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions were light until February 8th, when an abnormal
storm kept all our equipment busy. Two hundred and seventy-four miles of road was
kept open continuously at a cost of $36.23 per mile, the ploughs travelling 6,480 snow-
plough miles.
Fernie Electoral District.
Roads.—General maintenance of all roads was carried out. Two miles through
Michel and Natal were gravelled and brought up to grade and also a mile at Hosmer.
The new road through the City of Fernie, connecting the new bridges, was started and
is 50 per cent, completed.
Bridges.—General maintenance on all bridges wTas carried out. Piers and abutments were completed at Little Fairy Creek, North Fernie, and West Fernie bridges,
and ready for steel.
A 60-foot King-truss and 100-foot trestle bridge was built at Sand Creek to
replace old Sand Creek and Damstrom bridges.
Five bridges were replaced with culvert and fill.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions to the end of January were very good but from
then on were heavy.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5a (NELSON-CRESTON, GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD, KASLO-SLOCAN, AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, O. P. Roberts.)
Nelson-Creston Electoral District.
Roads.—Maintenance-work was satisfactorily performed on all highways in the
district. Twelve miles of asphaltic pavement on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Nelson and Balfour was seal-coated; the sharp curve known as "Wragge's
Corner " was corrected. Preparatory work was undertaken on some 50 miles of this
highway between Gray Creek and Kuskanook and between the Goat River and the
Cranbrook boundary, widening, draining, and laying base for asphaltic paving. This
work was 50 per cent, completed. Concrete curbs and gutters were constructed
throughout Canyon Street in the Village of Creston.
The 1V% miles of reconstruction between Kootenay Bay and Gray Creek was completed by contract, as also were 2 miles easterly from Creston.
On the Nelson-Nelway Road, reconstruction of the Hall Creek Diversion and a
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Five miles of the Trail-Pend d'Oreille Road from the Reeves-Macdonald mine to
Nelway was reconstructed and gravelled.
Bridges.—A new concrete and steel-girder bridge was erected over Hall Creek,
and the concrete abutments and piers constructed over the South Fork of the Salmo
River. A 60-foot steel-girder span on piled piers was built across Crawford Creek
on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway. All other bridges were properly maintained.
Ferries.—The new Kootenay Lake Ferry, the M.V. "Anscomb," was placed in
commission on July 1st and has since given satisfactory and uninterrupted service.
The Harrop-Longbeach Ferry was replaced by a steel hull, while good progress
was made on a new hull for the Nelson Ferry.
The motor-launch " Eleanor " was fitted with a new engine and generally reconditioned.
Buildings.—A new reinforced-concrete repair-shop and garage was constructed by
our own forces, replacing the old wooden structure destroyed by fire.
Snow-removal.—A long and arduous winter bore hardly on men and equipment,
but all roads were kept open and rendered safe for traffic. Some 20,000 snow-plough
miles were travelled.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District.
Roads.—The usual maintenance was carried out on all roads, although as yet a
shortage of equipment was our handicap. A section of the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway was given a heavy covering of gravel from Mile 241 to Mile 246, which
greatly improved travelling conditions. The Grand Forks-Franklin Road, which is
now located on the old Canadian Pacific Railway grade, was gravelled for about 6 miles
with pit-run gravel. Considerable work was done on the Kettle River Main Road
from Westbridge north for a distance of 20 miles; this consisted of widening, taking
off sharp corners, and improving grade where possible.
Commencing at Rock Creek and continuing 6 miles to Ingram Bridge, also from
Boundary Falls to Kerr Creek, 3 miles, a contract was let to Highway Construction
Company, who completed this work in December.
A survey was made from West Grand Forks proceeding west for 5 miles, of which
we reconstructed a short section of half a mile; also completed sloping of the Hammer
Hill R.R. grade which commences at the terminal point of the survey and extends
a further 5 miles west toward Greenwood. A half-mile diversion on Sutherland Creek
Road was completed.
On the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, at Mile 3.50 from Christina Lake
toward Rossland, some heavy rock-work was necessary in order to eliminate an old
log crib.
At Bridesville the old Great Northern grade just south of the village was widened
and graded for a distance of 1 mile in order to eliminate a steep hill on the old road
. which had a grade of 15 per cent.
The Kue Ken crusher was operated from June to November, crushing 19,800 cubic
yards of maximum 1-inch material, which was spread on the 5-mile Hammer Hill
section, Mile 253 to Mile 258.
One mile of double spray-coat work was done from Carson Corner on No. 3 Southern Trans-Provincial Highway extending to Danville and Carson Customs, also half
a mile at Sutherland Creek Diversion.
Bridges.—No major bridges were constructed during the year, but five large ones,
Nine Mile, Overhead, Lower Cascade, Carson, and Midway, all required renewal of
deck in all cases with tie system.
The usual maintenance was carried out on all other bridges needing attention. N 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was average, but we had more thawing followed by
ice, which caused a good deal of sanding. All main roads were kept open and most
of the settlers' roads as time and equipment would permit.
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District.
Roads.—All highways were maintained in good condition. No major highway-
work was undertaken during the year.
Three miles of major gravel renewal was carried out on the Slocan-Arrow Lakes
Highway in the vicinity of Burton and 3 miles on the Nelson-Kaslo Road between
Mirror Lake and Ainsworth.
Bridges.—Concrete abutments and pedestals were placed for the new bridge over
Deep Creek on the Monashee Road.
A new 60-foot King truss was built over the South Fork of the Kaslo River.
One trestle bridge was replaced by culvert and fill at Mile 47.5 on the Slocan-
Arrow Lakes Road.
Ferries.—Both the East and West Arrow Park and Needles-Fauquier Ferries
were taken out and reconditioned.
Snow-removal.—A total of 293.75 miles of road was kept open, the ploughs travelling a distance of 23,707 miles.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District.
Road Construction and Reconstruction.—A new road connection, 0.22 mile in
length, connecting the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at Castlegar Ferry with the
West Robson Road, and providing a better and safer crossing of the railway, was completed and gravelled.
Main Street and Maple Street, in Castlegar, were constructed and brought up to
grade, a distance of 1 mile, and then gravelled.
Work was continued on the Rossland-Paterson Road.
Maintenance of Roads.—All roads were maintained during the season and considerable gravelling was done, in particular on the Rossland-Cascade section of the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3 and on the Trail-Salmo Road.
Bridges.—All bridges were maintained, and new stringers and deck put in where
necessary.
A new bridge was built on the Hudu Creek Road at Park Siding. This bridge is
190 feet long and consists of ten 19-foot spans on pile bents. About 200 lineal feet of
fill was put in the approaches, and the road greatly improved.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Existing pavement was repaired and maintained.
Two and six-tenths miles of new mulch paving was done on the Trail-Salmo Road
and 1 mile on the Robson-Syringa Road between Castlegar Ferry and Robson.
On the Castlegar-Trail section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, 0.3 mile
of pavement was renewed at Birchbank and 5.1 miles of this road was seal-coated.
On the Trail-Salmo Road 0.4 mile of double spray-coat was done in Fruitvale.
Snow-removal.—All main roads except the Rossland-Cascade section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway were kept open. The latter road was closed, due to snow
conditions, from January 8th, 1948, to May 15th, 1948. Considerable trouble was caused
by ice conditions, and a great deal of sanding was required on the hills.
Castlegar Ferry.—The usual twenty-four-hour service was maintained throughout
the year.   Machinery and equipment were repaired and new cables installed as necessary. DISTRICT REPORTS. N 27
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6  (LILLOOET AND CARIBOO
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(J. W. Miers, District Engineer, Williams Lake.)
Lillooet Electoral District.
General Maintenance.—Maintenance was carried out throughout the district, with
minor reconstruction on Pavilion Mountain and in the North Bonaparte area.
Major Reconstruction.—On the Cariboo Highway, Dawson & Wade practically completed the project from Mile 57 to Mile 70. This is a diversion connecting Fifty-seven
Mile Creek with the 70-Mile House, 10.25 miles replacing the old highway with its poor
alignment and bad gradients, as well as shortening the distance by 2 miles. A start
was also made on the section between the 70-Mile House and the Lillooet boundary at
Mile 76.
Neiv Construction.—Nine miles of Yalakom Road was constructed in 1941; another
9 miles was constructed to bring the road to Blue Creek; and a further 6.5 miles was
also constructed to the Bralorne property on Blue Creek. Fountain Valley Road was
extended for 6.5 miles to connect with the Lytton-Lillooet Road.
Bridges.—On Lillooet Suspension No. 37, complete renewal of all timber except
the truss railing was completed; concrete abutment renewed and concrete footing
enlarged. Two minor structures, Burkholder and Texas Creek No. 1, were renewed,
and thirty-two other structures received attention.
Ferries.—New life-boats were delivered—one to High Bar and one to Big Bar.
General maintenance was carried out.
Surfacing.—The reconstructed portion of the Trans-Canada Highway between
Ashcroft Manor and Cache Creek, 6.3 miles, received a mulch coat. East of Cache
Creek, 4.5 miles was resurfaced with a mulch coat. The Cornwall Road, Ashcroft
Manor toward Ashcroft, received 2 miles of mulch coat. All the foregoing work was
contracted by the Storm Contracting Company with a mechanical spreader. At
Squamish, curb gutter and catch-basins were installed on Cleveland Avenue, with 0.15
mile of mulch coat.
Gravelling.—Pavilion Mountain was regravelled for 3 miles, Kelly Lake-Canoe
Creek for 5 miles, Green Lake and North Bonaparte for 5 miles, Squamish Valley for
3 miles, Pemberton Portage for 3 miles; altogether 26,872 cubic yards were hauled
for maintenance and resurfacing.
Flood-control.—Very little was done in the way of flood-control. The diversions
blasted during the previous year in the Lillooet River near Pemberton Meadows now
carry a large portion of the river, particularly at high-water stage. The yearly flood
damage was slight.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall generally was the heaviest recorded in this district.
Men and equipment were taxed to the utmost; a large amount of hired equipment was
necessary, which is reflected in the high cost generally. Seven hundred and forty-one
miles were kept open at an average cost per mile of $53.52. Total snow-plough miles
amounted to 12,134.
Cariboo (North) Electoral District.
Roads.—General maintenance was carried out on travelled roads. Progressive
improvements were made on the Fraser Road, Blackwater Road, and Dragon Lake
Road.
Roads were reconditioned in the vicinity of China Lake, where considerable gravelling was done, also minor improvements on the Nazko Road.
Considerable work was done on the Barkerville Road between Wingdam and Wells.
A good start was made on the construction of new road from Cinema to Meadow Creek.
This latter section has many new settlers. N 28 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Major Reconstruction.—Australian Ranch Revision (Project No. 61) was started,
but only fair progress was made owing to shortage of labour; some 8,000 cubic yards
were moved and approximately 75 per cent, of clearing and grubbing completed.
Bridges.—Williams Creek No. 1 on the Barkerville-Bear Lake Road was completely
rebuilt, also several small bridges. Little Cottonwood and Canyon Creek spans were
redecked and guard-rail painted.
Ferries.—Four ferries were operated during the year. New sets of roller-bearing
sheaves for cages were installed at Soda Creek, Macalister, and Alexandria Ferries.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal costs were high during the latter part of the
winter, occasioned by heavy falls and high winds. Snowfall in the vicinity of Stanley
was greater than for some years past. A total of 351.1 miles of road was kept open at
an average cost of $83.79 per mile.
Cariboo (South) Electoral District.
Maintenance.—In all sections of the district the usual maintenance was carried out.
An exceptionally wet June, with 4 inches of rain, hampered this work considerably.
Highway Reconstruction and Improvement.—Cariboo Road No. 10: The reconstruction of the 83-94-mile section was completed by the contractors, Dawson, Wade &
Company, Limited, and taken over by the Department. Some clearing was done between
the south boundary of the Cariboo District at Mile 76 and the 83-Mile House, this work
also being done under contract by the same company.
Chilcotin Road No. 18: On the Borland Hill, commencing approximately 2 miles
from Williams Lake, one-quarter mile was reconstructed on improved alignment and
2% miles widened and gravelled. Across Becher's Prairie, in the Chilcotin, some
improvements were made, and 10 miles gravelled. Between the McClinchy River and
Anahim Lake, 18 miles was reconstructed and graded.
Bradley Creek Road No. 313: Five miles of this road was reconstructed, and 7
miles improved.
Eagle Creek Road No. 337: Two miles was reconstructed, one of which was on new
and improved alignment.
Mile 93, Bridge Lake Road No. 370: East of Lone Butte 2 miles was reconstructed
on improved alignment and to wider standard.
Mile 100, Roe Lake Road No. 371: Between Horse Lake and Roe Lake, 3 miles,
chiefly narrow side-hill, was widened to a 16-foot minimum.
Horsefly Cut-off No. 454: A further 4 miles was cleared and graded for a winter
road.
Bridges.—The only major work carried out in the district was the reconstruction
of Chilcotin Bridge No. 341 at Alexis Creek. This bridge, consisting of two 100-foot
Howe-truss spans on pile piers and seven bays of pile trestle approach, was not completed within the fiscal year.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was carried out on 1,018 miles of road at an average
cost of $25.07 per mile. The winter is reported to have been the worst and longest in
forty years, and, in parts of the district where snowfall is heaviest, depths of up to 6
feet were recorded.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7   (PRINCE RUPERT, ATLIN, AND
SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, J. C. Brady, Prince Rupert.)
Skeena Electoral District.
Roads.—Highways were maintained and kept in good condition throughout the
year. Due to the shortage of labour during the war years, brush along the highway
has become a major problem.    About 24 miles of right-of-way was cleared this year. rrS
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On local roads throughout the Skeena District, a general programme of maintenance, minor betterments, and gravelling was carried out.
A new approach to the south end of Smithers Bridge, 0.90 mile in length, was
about 50 per cent, completed.
A new approach to the south end of the Terrace Bridge, 0.52 mile in length, was
completed.
A new diversion around the Kwinitsa slide, on the Terrace-Prince Rupert section,
0.35 mile in length, was completed. This new diversion enabled us to have the road
between Terrace and Prince Rupert open for traffic about one month earlier than usual.
A new road to Lakelse Lake Hot Springs was commenced and is about 25 per cent,
completed.
A large programme of improving alignment, grading, and gravelling on Kalum
Road was carried out.
About 500 lineal feet of sidewalk at Port Essington was rebuilt and repaired.
Bridges.—A complete inspection of all bridges in the Skeena District was made
by the Provincial Bridge Inspector, and most of the work recommended by him has
been done.
The following is the main work done on bridges other than routine maintenance:—
Newens Bridge:   New bridge, two log-stringer spans on rock-filled cedar cribs.
Granite Creek Bridge No. 1:   New log-stringer span on rock-filled cedar cribs.
Granite Creek Bridge No. 2:   New log-stringer span on rock-filled cedar cribs.
Driftwood Creek No. 3:   New log-stringer span on rock-filled cribs.
Driftwood Creek No. 4:   New log-stringer span on rock-filled cribs.
Kispiox River Bridge: New approach on south end and two Howe-truss spans
repaired.
Moricetown Bridge:   New stringers and deck.
New Hazelton Railway Overhead:   New cross-ties and deck.
Camp Creek Bridges: Timber has been delivered to the site for seven bays of
pile trestle, but due to the pressure of other work this bridge has not been completed.
Terrace Bridge: New deck has been purchased and delivered to the site but has
not yet been put in place.
Bridges Generally: Handrails were painted on all bridges on Northern Trans-
Provincial Highway between Smithers and Terrace.
Ferries.—Copper River Ferry:   Replaced by new 10-ton ferry with steel pontoons.
Kitwanga Ferry:   New 10-ton ferry on steel pontoons.
Usk Ferry:   Superstructure of 10-ton ferry renewed.
Mining Roads and Trails.—Improvements were made on several mining trails.
Snow-removal.—All major roads were kept open throughout the winter, except
from Remo to Kwinitsa.
Prince Rupert Electoral District.
Roads.—General maintenance on all travelled roads was carried out, and notwithstanding the many separate and distinct snowfalls, all roads were kept open.
On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, the large increase in traffic, both
through traffic and to Port Edward, called for consistent and continuous grading.
Hospital Road at Port Simpson was partly renewed. At Dodge Cove, on Digby
Island, widening was partly completed while labour was available before the fishing
season opened.
On Queen Charlotte Islands all roads were kept in good general repair.
Reconstruction of Port Clements-Tlell Road was continued and completed to Mile
6.06.    Skidegate-Tlell Road was kept in good shape. N 30 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
At Masset, 1,200 feet of new sidewalk was constructed with gravel and shell from
Main Street to the high school. Wet weather throughout the winter necessitated continuous gravelling and grading on all travelled roads.
Ditching and brush-cutting was carried out on all roads.
Trails were kept in good repair and free from windfalls.
Bridges.—Three new bridges were constructed on Port Clements-Tlell Road and
the fourth bridge partly completed, all requiring new approaches.
Galloway Rapids Bridge had approach from Port Edward widened. The cement
footings were partly renewed and new caps and posts put in.
All other bridges were kept in good repair.
Wharves. — All warehouses on Prince Rupert Wharf were kept in good repair.
No. 1 Shed was completely renewed inside and out. No. 4 Shed had new caps, stringers,
and decking put in.
Atlin Electoral District.
The major portion of the work undertaken during 1947-48 was financed by the
Department of Mines. An outstanding item was the construction of road from
McDame Creek to the Alaska Highway, a distance of 75 miles. In the Tulsequah
River area a new road is being built on a co-operative basis by the Consolidated Mining
and Smelting Company of Canada to their property. The existing road to the Polaris
Taku mine was also improved by the Polaris Taku Company. Construction* of a new
bridge over Bitter Creek, on the Bear River Road, was commenced and concrete piers
constructed, the superstructure to be erected during the current fiscal year 1948-49.
South Atlin.
Dolly Varden Railway Conversion: This work was continued under the direction
of the Torbrit Silver Mines, Limited, and the road is now through to the mine, a
distance of approximately 17 miles.
Upper Kitsault Trail No. 84: This trail was improved to Clearwater Lake, which
is being developed by the Torbrit Company for power.
Big Missouri-Tide Lake Trail No. 123: A survey was made of 7 miles of trail, and
work commenced on the construction of a tractor-road. A distance of 1.3 miles has
been completed.
A Sicard rotary snow-blower was purchased for the Stewart district in the hope
that the snow-removal problem would be relieved.   This unit did excellent work.
North Atlin.
Most of the work in this area was done on Spruce Creek Road No. 17, Surprise
Road No. 1, Ruby Road No. 15, O'Donnell Road No. 13, and consisted of grading,
gravelling, ditching, and culvert repairs.
Repairs to mechanical units were heavy, owing to the obsolete nature of most of
the equipment, which should be replaced at an early date.
Stikine.
Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake Road No. 51: Surface repairs and general maintenance-work was done on this road.
Glenora Road No. 50, Telegraph streets No. 61, Teslin Trail No. 59, South Fork
Trail No. 119, Casca Road No. 49, Klappan Trail No. 56, and Sheep Mountain Trail
were improved during the year.
The recently reconstructed South Fork Bridge No. 119 was washed out when a
large rock-slide dammed the creek, and when the dam gave way, the resultant rush of
water carried the bridge away.   There was an 8-foot rise at Telegraph Creek. DISTRICT REPORTS. N 31
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8  (FORT GEORGE AND OMINECA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(District Engineer, S. A. Cunliffe, Prince George.)
Fort George Electoral District.
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained during the year.
Severe frost-boils which developed during the spring break-up were dug out and
replaced with stable material. This kept Department equipment busy during the
summer.
Maintenance of the Hart Highway was taken over to Summit Lake, 32 miles north
of Prince George.
Tax-work, carried out by farmers, was done on side-roads.
Reconstruction.—A trail around Emperor Falls in Mount Robson Park was made
in solid rock to replace a bridge known as the Flying Trestle.
Bridges.—Fraser River Bridge No. 78 (Mount Robson), originally a 60-foot King-
truss span with trestle approach, was rebuilt, a 70-foot King-truss span being erected.
The trestle approach was raised to meet the higher level of the span.
Material was assembled for rebuilding Lund Bridge No. 75, but no construction-
work was carried out.
Repairs were carried out on twenty-seven other bridges during the year.
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained during the year. Isle Pierre Ferry was
rebuilt with steel pontoons and new deck. Ice conditions were such on the Nechako
River that this ferry operated all winter.
Snow-removal.—A snowfall of 100 inches was recorded at the Prince George Airport, but a far greater amount fell in some parts of the district. Four hundred and
ninety-four miles of road was kept open, with 11,413 snow-plough miles, at $69.91 per
mile. In February 33.8 inches of snow fell. Snow-fence of slats and wire was used
with great success in both the Prince George and McBride areas.
Buildings.—An automatic coal-stoker was installed in the Court-house, Prince
George, and new garages built for the police in Prince George and McBride.
Government Buildings were maintained during the year.
Omineca (West) Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—Maintenance of all highways was carried out in the
usual manner. Owing to an extremely wet season it was difficult to keep our roads in
good condition throughout the summer months. Wet weather conditions coupled with
the great increase in heavy traffic now making use of the roads presents a real problem
to us at the present time.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—Reconstruction of 1.5 miles of the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway some 20 miles east of Burns Lake was carried
out and fully completed.
Reconstruction of 11 miles of the Nadina-Wistaria Road was commenced. Due to
continued wet weather it was difficult to make much progress in this work. Some
6 miles was cleared and some rough grading carried out. It is intended to continue
with this work next season.
Bridges.—Five bridges were reconstructed during the year and twenty-two others
were repaired.
Ferries.—The Francois Lake Ferry operated throughout the season as usual.
The lake froze over on February 23rd, at which time the ferry discontinued service
until April 22nd.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall throughout the district was about normal. During
the winter 496 miles of road was kept open, at an average cost of $39.87 per mile. N 32 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Due to the many new sawmills now operating in this district, it is necessary that
we give a much better snow-plough service than has been necessary in past years.
Omineca (East) Electoral District.
Maintenance of Highways.—Maintenance of all roads was carried out in the usual
manner. It is found that traffic of all kinds has increased throughout the district,
thus calling for greater maintenance-work to be done at all times.
Highway Construction and Improvements.—Seven and one-half miles of new construction on new location was carried out in the vicinity of Cluculz Lake (Project No.
62). Only rough grading and clearing could be done. Labour was not available for
the construction of culverts on this section.    The work will be continued in 1948-49.
A large fill was made over low ground immediately west of Vanderhoof, the total
length being 6,000 feet, with an average height of 5 feet. This has been quite an
improvement and will eliminate a detour which had to be made use of during the
high-water period.
Half a mile of reconstruction was carried out at Stellako, at the north end of the
new Stellako River Bridge.
About 50 miles of regravelling was done throughout the district.
Considerable work was done on the Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road by way of
eliminating two bad hills and curves at Mile 24 and Mile 26. Further work will be
necessary to connect this work.
Bridges.—A new bridge was constructed over the Nechako River at Vanderhoof.
This bridge consists of four 120-foot Howe-truss spans and twelve bays of pile trestle
on the south approach, and four bays on the north approach, the total length being
784 feet.
A new four-bay pile trestle was constructed over Cluculz Creek on the new location.
A new pile trestle bridge was built on Tsinkut River. This bridge consists of
eleven 15-foot bays.
Twenty-one other bridges were repaired throughout the district.
Ferries.—All ferries in the district operated as usual.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall in this district was somewhat heavier than usual. We
experienced very heavy snowfall during January and February. In all, 368 miles of
road was kept open, with a total of 9,126 snow-plough miles, which averaged $39.73 per
mile to keep open.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8a  (PEACE RIVER DISTRICT).
(District Engineer, W. R. Workman, Pouce Coupe.)
Peace River Electoral District.
Roads.—The usual general maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout the
district.
Reconstruction consisted principally of setting up grades above the general ground-
level to eliminate bad snow-drifting conditions. Of this type of work, 8.1 miles was
done on Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst Road No. 5 between Pouce Coupe and Rolla and 14
miles on Fort St. John-Rose Prairie Road No. 13.
Diversions to eliminate steep grades on Fort St. John-Hudson Hope Road No. 1
were constructed on the Watson Hill and Tea Creek Cut-off. This work was done to
permit traffic to make use of it during the winter months.
A 1.5-mile revision of the Fort Nelson Airport Road eliminated a steep grade.
All roads on our snow-removal programme were kept open continuously.
Bridges.—East Pine Bridge No. 182 and West Pine Bridge No. 225 on the John
Hart Highway were completed. ^WHif ill
John Hart Highway north of Salmon River, Peace River.  DISTRICT REPORTS. N 33
The King truss in Beatton River Bridge No. 73 was renewed, the chords and braces
being of laminated timber.
New decks were laid on fifteen bridges.
Ferries.—Upon completion of East Pine Bridge No. 182, the East Pine Ferry was
removed from service. The pontoons, superstructure, and cables were removed to the
Parsnip River.
A completely new ferry has been put into service at Clayhurst. A new 41-foot
tug-boat was built, and the Cummins diesel engine from the old ferry installed in it.
The old wooden pontoons were replaced by 40-foot steel pontoons. A new boat-shed
was also built to house the tug-boat. N 34
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
Under Part III of the " Highway Act."
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1948.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
City Municipalities.
33k
76A
39b
34B
33B
32B
77a
3B
34B
35B
36B
44b
43b
78B
91B
68b
73b
101b
102b
20b
75b
19b
57b
42b
37b
23b
80b
87b
1b
14e
17b
62a
14b
22b
8b
9r
62b
10Gb
103b
18b
67b
10b
14b
15b
80b
68a
69a
40b
87b
103b
76k
82b
26b
110b
3r
77b
71b
Arterial	
Primary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Secondary
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
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
2.37
10.82
4.04
1.60
1.06
0.43
Armstrong	
Vernon-Salmon Arm	
0.90
Cumberland Road and Union Street
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
1.10
0.36
Courtenay-Cumberland Road
(Fourth Street)	
0.21
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
1 06
Secondary
Secondary
0 69
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
j
District Municipalities.
1
I
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5.43
9.00
5.15
Secondary	
Secondary
Arterial	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Monashee Road (White Valley)	
Secondary
Secondary
1.40
1.12
Delta	
Ladner Trunk Road (Semiamu Rd.)
Secondary	
Secondary
Secondary
7.80
0.52
1.00
Parts of Bridge Street and West-
Central Arterial	
Kelowna-Vernon	
Trans-Provincial (Deroche-Agassiz
Road and Agassiz Ferry Road)
Arterial	
Kent	
Arterial	
Arterial „
Arterial	
Secondary
1.10 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS.
N 35
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1948
—Continued.
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
District Municipalities
—Continued.
22b
59b
69b
73b
4r
12k
23b
77b
96b
31b
63a
36b
73a
66a
56b
109b
40b
42b
29b
21b
92b
78b
74b
75b
79b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29b
52b
30b
84b
57A
85b
38b
24b
26b
76b
63k
62b
32b
Gr
41r
15b
2b
13b
78a
GlA
90b
69b
89R
67a
71a
72A
5k    1
llB      |
49b    j
65a    1
105b    1
107b    1
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
1.60
8.25
12.75
4.90
11.68
8.60
14.11
12.91
9.55
0.10
0.50
0.33
0.53
2.50
4.73
1.00
	
	
0.77
	
	
	
0.44
6.99
	
	
11.13
0.41
0.40
0.18
River Rd. and Dewdney Trunk Rd....
Secondary	
10.80
Secondary	
Secondary	
15.50
2.00
Secondary	
4.25
Secondary	
Secondary
1.73
Oak Bay	
5.06
Summer land-Pen ticton-0 liver Rd....
Secondary
5.50
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
Road)	
Secondary	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
3.50
1.90
1.70
0.90
2.00
Secondary
Secondary
6.28
2.90
Quadra Street and Saanich Road
Scott Road and portion of Mount
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
2.00
4.20
6.25
Spallumcheen	
Canoe Road	
3.25
Armstrong-Salmon River...	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Primary _
7.10
Summerland	
Penticton-Kelowna	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
2.50
Marine Drive Addition	
Marine Drive	
Primary	
Primary	
Parts of Chatham Street, Royal
Village Municipalities.
Burns Lake	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road
Fifth Avenue, Third Avenue, and
Chapman Camp	
Secondary
Secondary _
0.42
0.47
* Formerly Peace Arch Highway. N 36
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31ST, 1948
—Continued.
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway.
How
classified.
Approximate Mileage.
Municipality.
Arterial.
Primary.
Secondary.
Village Municipalities
—Continued.
95r
45r
110b
70r
46r
81r
98r
99r
106r
107e
108b
92r
93b
25b
24b
93b
97B
109k
88r
104r
105r
83r
79a
94r
47r
90r
50r
58b
72r
51R
67b
86r
48r
64k
96r
97r
100b
79r
Cranberry Lake Road and Manson
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..,     .
0.80
0.83
Creston	
Trans-Provincial (Canvon Road)	
One Hundred and Second Avenue	
1.02
0.80      1      .-.	
Trans-Provincial (Water Street)	
0.98
1.52
1.44
1.12
0.30
0.60
0.28
Cowichan Lake Road and North
Arterial	
I vtton
Arterial	
Second Avenue, part of Columbia
Street, and part of First Avenue...
0.92
0.26             	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk
1                     1
L40      j
1
0.56       1
Abbotsford-Mission Road (Home
Seventh Street and Grand Avenue....
Cedar Valley Road (easterly half)....
Secondary.
Secondary.
1.10
0,91
2.15
0.76
0.43
3.26
1.28
0.45
1.45
1.78
1.07
1.17
0.52
0.54
2.35
2.78
0.08
1.00
	
0.70
0.50
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe	
• _   i  	
1.60
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary...
1.35
       |     ..
Secondary	
               0.50
Tofino     	
I Tofino-Ucluelet Road	
       1      	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
1 Manson Highway and First Street....
1 Road to Wharf	
| Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road
1
Summary.
30.84
268.75
36.25
2.66
47.95
I      1.78
4.96
Village Municipalities	
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52.39
5.15
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Deduct for dupli
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Cedar Valid
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N 43
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED,
APRIL 1st, 1947, TO MARCH 31st, 1948.
ROADS.
Amount of
Tenders at
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers,
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Keremeos-Kaleden Section, Yellow
Lake:
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd              	
$245,236.00
$256,000.00
256,674.00
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Island Highway,   Fanny  Bay-Union   Bay  Revision,   Mile  129.03  to   Mile
133.75:
207,800.50
$234,096.00
301,149.00
Okanagan Highway, Enderby-Armstrong Section :
210,102.54
$221,784.04
Lougheed Highway Reconstruction, Hatzic-Dewdney Section :
82,945.00
Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm Section:
$318,499.50
$332,860.50
Lougheed Highway, Kanaka Creek-Albion Section:
34,500.00
37,100.00
Trans-Canada Highway,  Revelstoke West:
$55,416.39
$73,605.00
92 897.00
Okanagan Highway, Winpield-Postill Section :
$129,067.00
$131,997.00
152,299 00
Trail-Salmo Highway :
138,034.00
$142,906.00
Squamish-Britannia Beach Road:
155,938.72
Bituminous Surfacing 1947-48, Section 1:
$131,261.50
Bituminous Surfacing 1947-48, Section 2a:
$57,702.00
Bituminous Surfacing 1947-48, Section 3:
$81,882.00 N 44
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
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.
Bituminous Surfacing 1947-48, Section 3b:
Adanac Contracting Co., Ltd. ,
G. E. Baynes	
Bituminous Surfacing 1947-48, Section 4:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
Bituminous Surfacing 1947-48, Section 4a:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co., Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
BRIDGES.
Substructure for Highway Bridge over Seymour Creek, North Vancouver :
British Columbia Bridge & Dredging Co., Ltd	
Jamieson Construction Co., Ltd	
Crowley Construction Co., Ltd	
Highway Construction Co., Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd	
G. E. Baynes	
Steel  Superstructure for  Highway  Bridge over  Seymour  Creek,  North
Vancouver :
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
Steel Superstructure for Highway Bridge on  Sardis-Cultus  Lake Road
over Vedder River:
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Ltd -	
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
Highway Bridges over Brunell and Nanoose Creeks, Island Highway :
G. E. Baynes	
H. G. Barber & Co	
Crowley Construction Co., Ltd	
Highway Construction Co., Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd	
Steel   Superstructure   for   Stirling   Bridge   over   Similkameen   River   on
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway:
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Ltd	
Highway Construction Co., Ltd	
Steel Superstructure for Eagle River Bridge, Revelstoke District :
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Ltd	
$10,501.60    I Awarded.
$17,141.20
206,847.50
$224,197.00
232,360.00
279,305.00
200,478.00
218,509.00
$247,784.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
$28,973.60
$31,044.00
34.283.74
39,425.00
41,232.80
26,890.00
74,198.98
$77,158.75
$62,504.55
34,030.00
$38,299.60
39,541.00
47,315.40
50,139.00
$59,162.50    I Awarded
Tender not in order.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
$59,897.00
88,600.00
31,104.00    | Awarded.
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$31,473.00    | TENDERS.
N 45
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
BRIDGES—Continued.
Amount of
Tenders at
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers.
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities.
Remarks.
Steel Superstructure for Similkameen River Bridge at Princeton :
$112,525.00
$114,454.00
Substructure for Ten Mile, Clapperton Creek, and Nicola Lake Bridges:
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
14,014.21
$22,198.24
33,916.80
34,698.84
BUILDINGS.
Description of Work.
Tenderers.
Amount.
Remarks.
Applied science building, University
of B.C.:
General   	
Electrical   	
Heating and ventilation	
Plumbing   	
Addition   to   Land   Registry   Office,
New  Westminster
Erection of frame office building,
Victoria
Painting various buildings, New
Westminster Mental Hospital
Removal of fixed sasb and installation of double sasb at Workmen's
Compensation   Board,   Vancouver
Alberni Court-house  (new)	
Burns Lake Court-house..
Agricultural, engineering, and mechanics laboratory building, University of B.C.
Marwell Construction Co.,  Ltd	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Elworthy & Co., Ltd	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
Lockerbie & Hole, Ltd	
Barr & Anderson, Ltd.	
Leek & Co., Ltd	
Fred Welsh & Son	
Lockerbie & Hole, Ltd.	
Fred  Welsh  &  Son	
Barr & Anderson, Ltd	
Leek & Co.,  Ltd	
H. Dyer & Son	
J. Hyslop & Son	
Roy Weisner 	
Commonwealth  Construction Co., Ltd	
Art Cummings, Ltd	
Clarke & Johnson	
Associated  Engineering Co.,  Ltd	
Thor.   M.   Peterson	
Souther Construction Co., Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co.,  Ltd	
R.  C. Mutch	
H.  C.  Redmond	
Marwell Construction Co.,  Ltd	
Associated  Engineering Co.,  Ltd	
Armstrong & Monteith Construction Co.
Ltd.
Hastings Construction Co., Ltd	
468,020.00
Awarded.
503,110.00
520,000.00
130,756.00
122,015.00
Awarded.
123,345.00
67,386.00
66,612.00
Awarded.
71,472.00
72,609.00
34,360.00
34,316.00
Awarded.
38,572.00
38,878.00
63,416.00
Awarded.
66.488.00
80,987.00
182,580.00
Awarded.
5,666.00
Awarded.
7,038.00
6,420.00
Awarded.
63,989.00
69,988.00
87,410.00
49,160.00
53,200.00
53.320.00
54,800.00
56,000.00
58,366.00
Awarded.
Work not undertaken.
Awarded. N 46
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued.
BUILDINGS—Continued.
Description of Work.
Tenderers.
Amount.
Remarks.
Agricultural, engineering, and mechanics laboratory building, University of B.C.
Penticton Court-house (new)..
Quesnel Court-house addition..
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
G. E. Baynes	
Moncrieff Construction Co., Ltd..
Dawson & Hall, Ltd..
Russell. Trites
220-bed   hospital   and   power-house,
Colony Farm, Essondale
Nurses'    home,    New    Westminster
Mental Hospital
Biological   building,   University   of
B.C.:
General   	
Heating and ventilation	
Plumbing   	
Electrical    ■
Three  nurses'  homes,   Essondale	
Squamish    Lockup,    additions    and
alterations
Alert Bay Lockup addition	
Various buildings, Tranquille:
Nurses'  home  	
Four doctor's  residences	
Tvvo garages  	
Two farm cottages	
Farm boarding-house addition	
Library building 	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co.,  Ltd..
Smith  Bros.  & Wilson,  Ltd	
Associated Engineering  Co.,  Ltd	
Ward & Son, Ltd	
Commonwealth Construction Co., Ltd..
C.  J. Oliver, Ltd	
Commercial Construction Co	
Armstrong & Monteith Construction Co.,
Ltd.
Marwell Construction Co.,  Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Leek & Co., Ltd	
Barr & Anderson, Ltd.	
Fred Welsh & Son	
Lockerbie & Hole, Ltd.	
Lockerbie & Hole, Ltd	
Fred Welsh & Son	
Barr & Anderson, Ltd	
Leek & Co., Ltd	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
Associated  Engineering Co.,  Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co.,  Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Jas. Hyslop & Son	
J.  H.  Dawson	
Halse-Martin Construction Co., Ltd..
Pacific Pile Driving Co., Ltd	
The Canada Paint & Contracting Co..
J. C. Taylor & Son	
Striegler  &  Knight,   Ltd	
The Canada Paint & Contracting Co..
The Canada Paint & Contracting Co..
The Canada Paint & Contracting Co..
J. C. Taylor & Son	
The Canada Paint & Contracting Co..
J. C. Taylor & Son _-	
The Canada Paint & Contracting Co..
J. C. Taylor & Son	
$59,425.00
62,627.00
65,841.00
247,758.00
5,947.00
543,900.00
585,986.00
608,488.00
137,468.00
140,760.00
144,421.00
148,113.00
155,763.00
485,998.00
498,454.00
518,220.00
107,964.00
109,980.00
112,240.00
113,784.00
85,296.00
87,400.00
88,600.00
90,870.00
62,090.00
68,960.00
485,998.00
489,000.00
497,000.00
499,259.00
529,600.00
9,790.00
16,372.00
12,350.00
108,000.00
138,605.00
68,792.00
75,316.00
3,300.00
27,349.00
30,258.00
15,920.00
21,343.00
19,134.00
24,229.00
Awarded.
Not awarded.
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Awarded.
Awarded.
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Awarded.
Awarded.
Work not undertaken.
Awarded.
Work not undertaken.
Work not undertaken.
Work not undertaken.
Work not undertaken.
Work not undertaken.
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STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
SUMMARY.
Vote 183. Minister's Office   *$15,182.08
Vote 184. Administration        *558,345.97
Vote 185. Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds (see
Credits, $8,191.13)    *304,994.18
Vote 186. Government House (Maintenance)       41,507.72
Vote 189. Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings (except Parliament Buildings and Government House)
(see Credits, $23,229.26)    *805,939.00
Vote 190. Highway Signs          7,449.73
Vote 191. Research Branch         2,540.84
Vote 194. Steam-boiler Inspection (see Credits, $45,628.53)        43,641.65
Vote 195. Electrical Energy Inspection ....          35,091.29
Vote 196. Dewdney Dyking Commission (Grant)          2,500.00
Total, Votes 183-186, 189-191, 194-196 (for details see Public
Accounts)       $1,817,192.46
Vote 187 (a). Roads   $4,380,433.75
Bridges         786,750.27
Ferries           563,400.00
Wharves   14,228.86
Machinery         415,876.00
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc...   *6,160,689.58
Vote 187 (6). Hard-surfacing of Highways      2,146,754.79
Vote 188. Local Highways within Municipal Limits  57,637.48
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a) —
Roads        $2,073.84
Gravel-crushing        12,309.17
Garages         1,514.93
Total, Sec. 2 (a), Roads, etc     $15,897.94
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (6) —
Roads      $85,429.34
Bridges         8,800.89
Total, Sec. 2 (b), Roads, Bridges       94,230.23
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c) —
Buildings ___   $233,564.55
Total, Sec. 2 (c), Buildings     233,564.55
Total  expenditure,  " Revenue  Surplus   Appropriation   Act,"
1944           343,692.72
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a)—
Roads        $7,431.94
Paving and Surfacing       24,373.63
Total  expenditure,   " Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation   Act,
1945"   31,805.57
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a)—
Roads   $93,054.86
Bridges _____     29,501.04
Ferries   10,587.65
Garages  1,369.92
Paving and Surfacing  85,248.40
Gravel-crushing  (Credit, $16,245.56)
Total, Sec. 2 (a), Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc  $203,516.31
Carried forward  $203,516.31 $10,557,772.60 N 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
SUMMARY—Continued.
Brought forward  $203,516.31 $10,557,772.60
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d)—
Mining Roads and Trails (see Mines Department)    $34,236.41
Total, Sec. 2 (d), Mining Roads and Trails      34,236.41
Total   expenditure,   " Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation   Act,
1946"         237,752.72
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (o)—
Roads     $5,533,245.03
Bridges     124,609.33
Ferries  _'_  190,755.02
Machinery and Equipment  25,000.00
Surveys   75,238.92
Total   expenditure,   " Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation   Act,
1947"        5,948,848.30
Statutory.    "Civil Service Act, 1945," Sec. 78 (Cost-of-living Bonus)  87,655.27
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account
(see Credits, Revenue, $607,463.40)         126,433.67
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.).
" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (&)—
Surveys         $99,451.83
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1932        $99,451.83
" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6—
Roads   $53,060.30
Bridges   64,934.78
Gravel-crushing   18,029.19
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1935        136,024.27
" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—
Roads   $5,133.20
Buildings  31,833.46
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1939  36,966.66
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads   $2,715,434.63
Bridges   387,087.07
Ferries   ,.  3,274.22
Purchase of gravel-crushers  112,335.82
Surveys   6,480.73
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1943__      3,224,612.47
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (&)—
Buildings       $859,501.49
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1943        859,501.49
" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads   $2,713,169.02
Equipment Fund   500,000.00
Gravel-crushing    39,128.97
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1946      3,252,297.99
" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "—
Bridges       $363,770.92
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1947        363,770.92
Carried forward    $7,972,625.63 $16,958,462.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 59
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued.
SUMMARY—Continued.
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.)—Continued.
Brought forward    $7,972,625.63 $16,958,462.56
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "    $1,332,885.93
Total, " B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "      1,332,885.93
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1932, 1935, 1939, 1943, 1945, 1946,
1947      9,305,511.56
Vote 156. Mining Roads and Trails        217,259.22
Vote 192. Gravel-crushing—
Expenditure __.__       $140,482.40
Less credits          140,472.40
  10.00
Vote 193. Langford Warehouse—
Expenditure         $158,140.59
Less credits          158,130.59
  10.00
Special Warrant No. 7. Reimbursing Northern Construction Co. and J. W.
Stewart   36,225.03
Special Warrant No. 9. Grant to B.C. Power Commission  2,000.00
Special Warrant No. 10. Compensation to William Golko  147.80
Total expenditure, Public Works (gross)  $26,519,626.17
CREDITS.
General Account.
Vote 185. Heating King's Printer Building  $8,191.13
Vote 187(a). Ferries—
Nelson-Creston (Balfour-Kootenay Bay)          $50,761.89
South Okanagan (Kelowna-Westbank)  84,025.25
Yale (North Bend-Boston Bar)   2,759.95
Prince Rupert (wharfage dues and rentals)  11,748.40
Total credits, Vote 187 (a)          149,295.49
Vote 189. Rentals (sundry buildings)  23,229.26
Vote 194. Steam-boiler Inspection  ,         $45,628.53
Less transferred to Miscellaneous Revenue   1,987.88
  43,640.65
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account:
Revenue          607,463.40
Total credits, General Account _       $831,819.93
SUMMARY, PUBLIC WORKS.
Credits and
Gross. Contributions.     Net Expenditure.
Public Works (General)   $10,652,015.30 $831,819.93 $9,820,195.37
Public  Works   (Revenue  Surplus  Appropriation
Acts)         6,562,099.31   6,562,099.31
Public Works (Capital)        9,305,511.56   9,305,511.56
$26,519,626.17    $831,819.93    $25,687,806.24
Note.—* Indicates cost-of-living bonus not included in the vote—totals of corresponding votes in Public
Accounts includes cost-of-living bonus. This explanation inserted to account for difference in amounts. Gross total
of expenditure agrees with Public Accounts. N 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec 6:   Bridges.
Dry Creek Bridge      $10,311.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges          $10,311.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) :
Reg. No. Roads.
18.    Tofino-Ucluelet         $7,545.18
McCoy Lake drainage   108.80
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads     7,653.98
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d)
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
108.    Drinkwater Creek Road
$3,000.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2   (d)
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails	
3,000.00
Vote 187 (a)-—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
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$13.28
General.
$9,573.93
1,969.70
208.79
462.52
274.11
20,812.39
3,252.64
614.42
219.95
153.18
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381.06
677.63
797.40
280.13
680.04
362.95
549.25
234.83
249.17
184.20
264.95
5,317.41
394.67
310.81
3,346.27
1,182.08
1,486.08
132.00
666.47
1,089.52
1,980.79
1,823.96
Total.
$9,587.21
1,969.70
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38
Lake  Shore 	
Moore  	
McCoy Lake 	
River Road   .......	
Somers 	
Smith 	
Strathcona Avenue             _ 	
680.04
43
362.95
47
549.25
194
234.83
55
249.17
57
184.20
6->
264 95
18
Tofino-Ucluelet    	
5,317.41
63
Walker 	
Withers  	
Zeballos    __
Arterial Highway  (Alberni)	
Sundry roads (under $150)     __
394.67
64
310.81
36.
33r
150.00
3,496.27
1,182.08
1,486.08
132.00
Barrel Account                        	
Unissued stores 	
Garage Account  _
666.47
1,089.52
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Plant and tools    _____    	
1,980.79
1,823.96
Total, Vote i87 (a)—Roads,
Carried forward	
$231.42
$61,838.92
$62,070.34
Trails, and St
reets	
                62,070.34
         $83,035.32 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 61
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward         $83,035.32
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
76a. Primary Highway  (Alberni)  $633.40
39b. Secondary Highway (Alberni)  13.76
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways  647.16
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
177.    Bigwood     $623.70
81. Bishop    1,009.02
82. Deer Creek   220.61
95.    River Bend   158.47
92.    Roger Creek   3,251.02
98.    Sproat Falls   197.39
80.    Truman   2,790.11
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  407.12
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  8,657.44
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
10.    Central Lake       $9,324.00
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  9,324.00
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
68.    Bedwell River Road  $1,700.00
Black Sand Creek Trail to Barnacle Group  600.00
92.    Black Panther   2,500.00
Trail to Cordova Group    125.00
109.    Tranquil Creek Road to Privateer Property  3,341.85
Cotter Creek Road to Berton Gold Mines     600.00
Road from Warn Bay to Mocena Mines, Ltd  1,361.58
112.    Kennedy River Road to Rose Marie Mine  300.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  10,528.43
Total expenditure, Alberni District ____        $112,192.35
ATLIN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Atlin Airport road          $133.25 $391.36 $524.61
46.    Atlin streets             270.15 1,083.30 1,353.45
4.    Birch  Creek        156.22 156.22
62.    Fourth July             __ 1,347.53 1,347.53
8.    Indian River               46.67 1,402.11 1.448.78
13.    O'Donnell               291.24 1,000.45 1,291.69
15.    Ruby                  217.98 585.71 803.69
17.    Spruce              387.46 1,311.02 1,698.48
1.    Surprise         799.30 799.30
Unissued stores        231.85 231.85
Plant and tools              1,607.33 1,607.33
Plant Repair and Rental Account ___      5,867.42 5,867.42
Sundry roads (units under $150).--      119.46 119.46
$1,346.75    $15,903.06    $17,249.81
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  $17,249.81
Carried forward         $17,249.81 N 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH.)—Continued.
Brought forward         $17,249.81
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
14. Gold Run          $898.17
15. Spruce Creek   374.26
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  284.69
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  1,557.12
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Atlin-Ruffner Trail   $997.09
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  997.09
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)         $19,804.02
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges.
80.    Bitter Creek        $9,933.72
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges  $9,933.72
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
67.    American Creek Trail  $375.53
63.    Bear River   282.88
Sundry roads (units under $150)   282.11
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads   940.52
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
125.    Cascade Bridge         $390.40
84.    Dolly Varden Road (conversion)        26,667.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  27,057.40
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
146.    Alice Arm Street             $576.19         $302.70 $878.89
Alice Arm Wing Dam                   972.44 972.44
69. Aiyansh-Sand Lake            185.22      185.22
67.    American Creek                          841.73 841.73
72R. Arterial Highway             987.78           208.61 1,196.39
63.    Bear River             264.07        3,798.99 4,063.06
73.    Big Missouri                  213.22 213.22
70. Bitter Creek                  453.37 453.37
139.    Cemetery               31.95           234.89 266.84
145.    Dunwell                 234.77 234.77
83. Illiance                 216.55 216.55
84. Dolly Varden         5,983.48           509.63 6,493.11
66.    Salmon River         6,481.26           924.90 7,406.16
102.    Stewart-Hyder             788.25           440.76 1,229.01
Barrel Account                  220.00 220.00
Stewart garage                            5.70 5.70
Plant Repair and Rental Account _____            1,700.31 1,700.31
Plant and tools              1,495.84 1,495.84
Unissued stores                 981.45 981.45
Carried forward     $15,298.20    $13,755.86    $29,054.06        $37,931.64
J STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 63
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $15,298.20    $13,755.86    $29,054.06        $37,931.64
Flood-control        354.89 354.89
Overhead        15.22 15.22
Supervision "A"        3,831.41 3,831.41
Sundry roads (units under $150)  72.56 194.27 266.83
$15,370.76    $18,151.65    $33,522.41
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  33,522.41
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
107.    Alice Arm   $959.25
82.    American Creek   1,918.21
81.    Bear River   1,094.60
125.    Cascade No. 1  874.01
85.    Glacier Creek   600.33
255.    Mosquito Creek   577.37
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  453.20
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  6,476.97
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
2.    Upper Nass-Grease Harbour Ferry   $600.00
Kitsault River (basket ferry)  475.02
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  1,075.02
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Big Missouri-Tide Lake  $9,500.00
73.    Big Missouri   300.00
Marmot River   500.00
Portland Group   175.00
Taku Road to Polaris Taku  3,500.00
70.    Bitter Creek   500.00
Unuk River Trunk  4,832.07
Bingo   150.00
Bear-Nass   405.60
84.    Dolly Varden (conversion)  14,000.00
84.    Upper Kitsault    4,650.00
Big Missouri-Tide Lake (survey)  2,000.00
67.    American Creek  1,045.34
Alice Group   2,000.00
Sundry trails (units under $150)  130.84
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  43,688.85
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)       $122,694.89
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
McDame Creek-Alaska Highway Road         $225.95
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  $225.95
Carried forward   $225.95 N 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
ATLIN DISTRICT  (STIKINE)— Continued.
Brought forward  $225.95
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
REG. NO. Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Balls' Road        $280.06 $280.06
49. Casca        178.51 178.51
50. Glenora         709.55 709.55
Sheep Creek Mountain       300.00 300.00
61.    Telegraph Creek streets  $316.95 329.91 646.86
South Fork        200.00 200.00
51. Dease Lake   70.02        5,594.99 5,665.01
Snow-removal  (general)    283.13      283.13
Plant and tools              3,427.52 3,427.52
Unissued stores        657.24 657.24
Plant Repair and Rental Account _____             1,291.42 1,291.42
Sundry roads (units under $150)._.__      242.70 242.70
$670.10    $13,211.90    $13,882.00
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  13,882.00
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
51.    Casca No. 8     $155.69
53.    Eight Mile   291.90
66.    Stikine Avenue  =    154.11
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  908.16
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  1,509.86
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Alaska Highway-McDame Creek     $82,961.91
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails    82,961.91
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)        $98,579.72
Total expenditure, Atlin District         $241,078.63
BURNABY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Surveys.
Ir. Kingsway        $6,480.73
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Surveys  $6,480.73
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
Ir. Kingsway      $42,368.63
Central Arterial (Lougheed Highway)     106,547.05
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads         148,915.68
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
14r. Hastings-Barnet   $331.44
17R. Central Arterial   747.76
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads  1,079.20
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Central Arterial (Lougheed Highway) 1_    $25,767.01
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads  25,767.01
Carried forward       $182,242.62 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 65
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $182,242.62
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
REG. NO. Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Ir. Kingsway     $144.75 $9,190.26 $9,335.01
14R. Hastings-Barnet        5,175.23 5,175.23
17R. Central Arterial        20,023.65 20,023.65
Plant and tools       865.52 865.52
Plant Repair and Rental Account ___
 (Credit, $1,585.01)
$144.75    $33,669.65    $33,814.40
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  33,814.40
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
62A. Grandview-Douglas    $62.10    $12,011.50    $12,073.60
14b. North        6.83 6.83
22b. Riverway          664.17 664.17
$62.10    $12,682.50    $12,744.60
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Classified Highways  12,744.60
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
3.    Washout          $3,216.56
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  33.02
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  3,249.58
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Classified.
4. Brunette (on 14b)  $0.96
5. Guichon (on 62a)  33.17
Total, Vote 187 (a)— Bridges:   Classified  34.13
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
17R. Central Arterial      $11,726.07
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  11,726.07
Total expenditure, Burnaby District  __      $243,811.40
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (NORTH).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
10.    Cariboo-Australian Ranch Revision (Project No. 61)    __ _      $9,543.79
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads  $9,543.79
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
5. Keithley          $3,658.17 $3,658.17
9. Easson        200.00 200.00
10 Cariboo                           -        $9,018.77 23,566.91 32,585.68
15. Johnston          433.50 433.50
17. Lust             287.55 287.55
Carried forward        $9,018.77    $28,146.13    $37,164.90 $9,543.79 N 66
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
Brought forwards
Snow-removal.        General.
Total.
23.
29.
32.
38.
45.
54.
58.
59.
60.
63.
72.
90.
101.
117.
146.
156.
159.
162.
165.
169.
175.
179.
185.
186.
201.
202.
203.
Soda Creek-McLeese Lake..
Barkerville-Bear Lake 	
Fraser  	
Barkerville  	
Dragon Lake  (west)_
MeLean  	
Blaekwater 	
Nazko  	
Quesnel-Hydraulic   	
Sisters Creek-Dragon Lake
Datoff  	
Cedar Creek 	
Plett 	
Salmon  	
Brownscombe
McKenzie  	
Colebank  	
Durrell  	
Ten Mile Lake	
Hay-Hill	
Meadow Creek 	
Thorley 	
Quesnel Forks 	
Soda Creek Ferry (west).
Twan  	
Hoffman 	
Fridlington   	
West Quesnel  streets	
47r. Cariboo (Arterial Highway)	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Barrel Account 	
Camp Equipment 	
Garage Account 	
Machinery   	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account ____
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance )   	
3,018.77    $28,146.13    $37,164.90
1,167.04
820.68
12,908.33
37,874.90
2,448.94
274.30
3,789.65
7,501.40
2,782.43
2,341.12
945.35
276.64
606.69
250.25
253.37
853.19
330.54
163.39
246.75
1,608.32
499.69
217.12
258.78
277.41
158.41
207.64
174.68
288.00
810.35
2,228.63
84.00
22.80
1,859.50
727.32
10,296.23
346.10
326.68
840.36
397.26
423.42
1,352.33
11,556.00
15,123.80
22,751.10
354.44
2,094.50
150.08
124.22
471.15
3,318.50
479.11
7,022.29
847.31
1,935.12
197.69
2,143.43
945.35
276.64
606.69
250.25
253.37
92.14
761.05
330.54
39.62
123.77
149.10
97.65
14.17
1,594.15
120.00
379.69
217.12
258.78
277.41
158.41
207.64
174.68
288.00
810.35
302.20
1,926.43
84.00
22.80
1,859.50
727.32
10,296.23
346.10
.69
.69
$29,435.85 $103,629.68 $133,065.53
$9,543.79
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
133,065.53
8
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Australian                      —
$212.27
2,390.74
1,815.96
175.60
703.13
2,010.82
1,888.28
1,191.71
440.96
181.11
544.56
814.88
240.00
1,764.92
31.
Canyon Creek                      „         _              __ _         ___     	
47
Springfield           _ __       ___            _       __ 	
65
Evans                        	
66.
131.
Fraser River   	
Wingdam                                         ..__             	
133.
150.
Little Cottonwood 	
Williams Creek                             . __                 	
165.
166.
188.
Hixon Falls No. 1	
Hixon Falls No. 2	
McLean           _        _               	
216.
221
Trout Creek                                    ._ _              	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)           	
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance	
14,374.94
Carried forward :., .	
$156,984.26 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 67
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continued.
Brought forward	
$156,984.26
Reg. No.
1. Alexandria
2. Gravel  	
3. Macalister   .
4. Soda Creek
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
$4,246.54
2,244.71
2,893.41
3,782.67
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
13,167.33
2-137.
2-137A.
2-116.
2-122.
2-137.
2-167F.
2-167.
2-155B.
2-120.
2-124.
2-158.
2-132A.
2-139.
Barkerville-Richfield   	
Stouts Gulch	
Ahbau Lake Trail to Moose Horn Claim	
Beaver Pass Road to Slade Creek	
Stanley-Eagle (Houseman) Creek	
Spur Road from Yanks Peak to Placer-mining Leases
Keithley-Yanks Peak to Cariboo Midas Property	
Black Bear Creek	
Sovereign Creek 	
Donovan Creek 	
Spanish Lake 	
Jack of Clubs Lake to Placer-mining Leases	
Barkerville-Yanks Peak (Cariboo Hudson)	
$23.06
525.00
250.00
490.88
250.00
250.00
379.76
750.00
1,500.00
274.44
332.16
205.60
220.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
5,450.90
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)       $175,602.49
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 57-70-83  $2,001.49
Cariboo, Miles 93-100  12,360.83
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges.
341.    Chilcotin       $7,142.70
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (o): Roads.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 83-94     $38,785.91
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
310.    Churn Creek Suspension  $5.76
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 57-70-83  $233,149.98
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 57-70-83     $45,969.13
10.    Cariboo, Miles 83-94 —    176,219.25
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads	
Carried forward  	
$14,362.32
7,142.70
38,785.91
5.76
233,149.98
222,188.38
$515,635.05 N 68
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Reg. No.
10.    Cariboo
2.
5.
10.
11.
15.
18.
37.
70.
306.
313.
314.
318.
319.
321.
325.
326.
332.
334.
339.
342.
352.
353.
354.
360.
370.
371.
381.
386.
389.
392.
405.
411.
417.
419.
421.
425.
442.
452.
454.
457.
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Brought forward         $515,635.05
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
(Increases awarded to Contractors.)
     $19,052.25
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads  19,052.25
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2(a): Surveys.
10.    Cariboo, Miles 57-70-83
10.    Cariboo,  Miles 93-100.____
$1,249.40
5,487.74
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Beaver Lake-Beaver Mouth
Likely-Keithley   	
Cariboo   	
Williams  Lake  Cut-off	
Likely 	
Chilcotin   	
Williams Lake—57-Mile  	
Peavine   	
Big Creek 	
Bradley Creek 	
Bridge Lake (north)	
Canim Lake   	
Deka Lake-Canim Lake	
Chilcotin-Meldrum Creek 	
Churn Creek 	
Cooper Creek 	
Eagle Creek 	
Empire Valley 	
Felker	
Hanceville-Canoe Creek 	
Lake 	
Little Timothy Mountain	
Lone Butte-Watch Lake	
Mission   .._.   	
Mile 93-Bridge Lake	
Mile 100-Roe Lake 	
Mile 156-Williams Lake	
Snow-removal.
$36.50
705.25
4,054.32
905.16
4,468.60
2,773.49
1,169.72
77.00
416.00
913.61
685.99
621.03
714.50
235.94
71.25
North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake.
Pigeons ._   	
Redstone-Chezacut  	
Tatlayoko     	
Alexis Creek-Nazko 	
Beaver Valley ___	
Horsefly	
Horsefly Lake 	
Upper Horsefly 	
Redstone-Chilco Lake 	
Greenlee     	
Horsefly Cut-off  _
Knight Lake
14.15
326.16
8.60
231.56
180.43
69.72
1,589.67
1,479.29
123.05
120.00
39.80
229.87
705.95
1,258.21
108.00
281.58
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Sick leave 	
Supervision 	
Unemployment insurance 	
Barrel Account 	
146.02
405.77
354^22
General.
$194.05
2,804.96
2,061.56
3,762.26
25,799.19
1,660.13
80.04
2,309.78
3,841.48
603.43
1,744.75
1,991.06
139.30
150.00
189.73
4,081.86
421.00
212.05
1,524.54
223.48
113.19
191.78
4,611.85
6,040.50
291.01
511.03
139.36
159.20
374.68
360.07
333.84
1,037.65
518.99
222.05
429.14
600.41
1,509.07
210.80
2,398.75
206.36
363.47
51.69
466.50
$230.55
705.25
6,859.28
2,966.72
8,230.86
28,572.68
2,829.85
157.04
2,725.78
4,755.09
1,289.42
2,365.78
2,705.56
375.24
150.00
189.73
4,153.11
421.00
226.20
1,850.70
232.08
231.56
293.62
261.50
6,201.52
7,519.79
414.06
631.03
179.16
389.07
374.68
360.07
1,039.79
2,295.86
626.99
503.63
429.14
746.43
1,914.84
210.80
2,752.97
206.36
363.47
51.69
466.50
6,737.14
Carried forward        $25,520.41    $74,936.04 $100,456.45      $541,424.44 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 69
CARIBOO DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward  .    $25,520.41    $74,936.04 $100,456.45      $541,424.44
Unissued stores      ._   10,636.72 10,636.72
Garage Account       3,810.50 3,810.50
Plant and tools          5,035.39 5,035.39
Plant Repair and Rental Account _____      3,218.21 3,218.21
Garage and buildings       643.71 643.71
$25,520.41    $98,280.57 $123,800.98
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         123,800.98
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
18.    Big Lake ____      $342.50
148.    Little Horsefly     747.49
164.    Deep Creek    191.00
328.    Gustafson    323.48
338.    Vedan  1,138.17
369.    Mile 141  433.31
438.    Bowser    162.90
494. Corkscrew   261.91
495. Skaday  800.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  2,092.43
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  6,493.19
Vote 187 (&)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
79r. Williams Lake-Soda Creek     $13,844.31
10.    Cariboo Road        8,146.00
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  21,990.31
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)       $693,708.92
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges.
16.    Vedder Canal Bridge          $2,672.85
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges  $2,672.85
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Bridges
(Classified).
20.    Vedder River (on 62b) (Credit, $1,088.47)
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges (Classified)     ___.   _
 (Credit, $1,088.47)
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
6.    Marshall Creek Bridge No. 1       $3,284.86
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  3,284.86
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
(Classified).
20.    Vedder River  (on 62b)  $330.41
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges (Classified)  330.41
Carried forward  $6,288.12 N 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward  $6,288.12
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Reg. No.                                                        Bridges.
29.    Sumas Canal      $29,501.04
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Bridges     29,501.04
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) :
Paving and Surfacing.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway      $14,914.95
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway   205.78
12r. Abbotsford-Mission     206.10
C  Street   357.11
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Paving and Surfacing   15,683.94
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
C Street       $2,320.33
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads   2,320.33
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads (Classified).
Vedder River Bridge approaches (on 62b)       $1,431.22
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads (Classified)  1,431.22
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2(a): Surveys.
Abbotsford By-pass        $3,750.40
Hope-Floods   (right-of-way)     140.20
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Surveys    3,890.60
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
4.    Chilliwack River        $633.47 $633.47
6.    Columbia Valley             $21.57 10,908.53 10,930.10
13.    Hope-Rosedale               108.80 6,932.11 7,040.91
26.    Popkum        415.22 415.22
28.    Rosedale Ferry        635.38 635.38
31. Sumas Mountain        314.71 314.71
32. Huntingdon Townsite        257.91 257.91
C Street             152.08 4,391.31 4,543.39
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway              34.56 19,721.36 19,755.92
5r. Trans-Provincial Highway        1,951.09 1,951.09
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway               60.43 6,757.95 6,818.38
7r. Abbotsford-Huntingdon          156.60 156.60
8r. Trans-Provincial Highway             235.36 15,984.77 16,220.13
9R. Rosedale Ferry             182.66 2,358.45 2,541.11
12r. Abbotsford-Mission               237.66 4,034.78 4,272.44
6lR. Old Yale       184.21 184.21
Sundry roads  (units under $150)       400.65 400.65
River-bank protection  (Chilliwack) __      400.00 400.00
River-bank protection   (Matsqui)._____      4,585.00 4,585.00
Fraser River bank-protection       6,500.00 6,500.00
Plant and tools       1,003.97 1,003.97
$1,033.12    $88,527.47    $89,560.59
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  89,560.59
Carried forward       $148,675.84 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 71
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
Reg. No.
62b. Sardis   	
106b. Cultus Lake
Snow-removal. General.
$82.31      $1,663.13
  56.36
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways .
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
1.
7.
9.
16.
21.
27.
28.
29.
31.
39.
40.
52.
53.
54.
61.
78.
88.
91.
Overhead   	
Starr No. 1 	
Starr Road 	
Vedder Canal 	
Vedder Canal (survey)
Chilliwack River 	
Marshall Creek No. 2__
Sumas River 	
Sumas Canal 	
Cultus Creek 	
Kaskan  	
Iverson   	
Hope Slough 	
Munroe Slough 	
Ryder Slough 	
McGillivray Creek 	
Anderson   	
Popkum No. 2 	
Dent No. 1 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 187 («,)-
7.    Agassiz-Rosedale   	
7.    Agassiz Ferry Landing 	
7.    Rosedale Ferry Landing 	
7.    Rosedale Ferry Summer Landing	
-Ferries.
Total.
$1,745.44
56.36
$82.31      $1,719.49      $1,801.80
$461.83
353.57
591.26
2,995.31
2,374.33
205.62
274.01
1,421.38
890.27
3,451.42
410.30
177.83
391.54
554.37
268.52
693.75
634.46
2,141.34
196.55
983.23
$13,360.24
1,866.21
7,538.86
1,631.91
Total, Vote 187   (a)—Ferries	
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
4r. Trans-Provincial Highway   $41,795.30
6r. Trans-Provincial Highway   19,082.26
8R. Trans-Provincial Highway   17,183.28
llR. Abbotsford-Mission     1,122.71
12r. Abbotsford-Mission     35,133.79
61R. Old Yale   1,031.68
C Street   13,079.78
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways	
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Ryder Lake (Chilliwack Municipality)       $1,000.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits	
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District	
$148,675.84
1,801.80
19,470.89
24,397.22
128,428.80
1,000.00
$322,686.08 N 72
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway       $1,377.64
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6: Roads.
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway        $3,622.36
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads.
1.    Kootenay-Columbia   Highway   (Columbia   Project   No.   38,
Golden-Radium Hot Springs Road)     $13,610.58
1.
2.
4.
6.
7.
8.
9.
14.
15.
39.
40.
42.
84.
87.
255.
280.
250.
160.
245.
9.
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2   (a) :
Roads 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Kootenay-Columbia Highway
West Side	
Toby	
Athalmer ._
Campbell
Findlay Creek 	
Brisco        ...   	
Mitchell Road	
Mons 	
Hartley 	
Anderson  	
Golden-Donald (upper) 	
Hawkes Road   _  	
Golden-Leanchoil 	
Windermere Loop 	
Trans-Canada  Highway   (Big  Bend
Section) 	
Canal Flats streets	
Edgewater streets 	
Golden streets 	
Invermere streets 	
Windermere streets   	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Barrel Account	
Camp equipment 	
Cost stores       	
Garage Account	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Plant and tools ____  	
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance) 	
Supervision	
Snow-removal.
$4,551.76
647.53
131.12
173.73
638.69
71.30
87.11
46.65
65.89
9.36
631.89
"~3~70.~60
24.56
939.69
Tl.42
257.58
27.12
43.89
645.73
General.
$29,455.13
3,080.66
134.93
344.13
3,134.75
590.29
149.91
464.52
713.10
354.62
290.12
693.97
276.09
7,654.13
138.10
15,840.64
155.89
349.12
2,486.08
501.98
203.40
1,008.34
75.00
448.32
2,481.37
5,586.41
236.32
2,517.03
116.22
3,776.33
Total.
$34,006.89
3,728.19
266.05
517.86
3,773.44
590.29
221.21
551.63
759.75
420.51
299.48
1,325.86
276.09
8,024.73
162.66
16,780.33
155.89
410.54
2,743.66
529.10
247.29
1,654.07
75.00
448.32
2,481.37
5,586.41
236.32
2,517.03
116.22
3,776.33
9,425.62    $83,256.90    $92,682.52
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Big Foster 	
Blaeberry (lower)
Bush River 	
Carbonate 	
$307.84
540.86
2,014.44
457.99
$1,377.64
3,622.36
13,610.58
92,682.52
Carried forward       $3,321.13      $111,293.10 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 73
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,321.13      $111,293.10
Reg. No.
260.    Cummins   313.56
258.    Czar Creek   414.21
5.    Horse Creek   557.57
4.    Kicking Horse  614.03
257.    Middle River   1,073.75
164.    Mowitsk   3,036.88
232.    McCaull   197.03
89.    Number Three Creek  748.39
213.    Park . ___   :z  810.02
64.    Spillimacheen   286.64
255.    Sullivan River   1,036.25
115.    Toby Creek Channel  200.74
212.    Yoho ____          932.14
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,156.74
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  14,699.08
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Giant Mine Road        $500.00
Quartz Creek Trail       ___     ___    _____     248.46
4.    Toby Creek Road to Delphine Creek (North Fork) Road ______ 750.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails   1,498.46
Total expenditure, Columbia District       $127,490.64
COMOX DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
196.    Island Highway  (Lantzville-Red Gap)  $9,197.53
196.    Island Highway   (Cook Creek-Bowser)     2,863.72
196.    Island Highway   (Parksville-Qualicum) ...   4,212.36
474.    Canadian Highway  (Parksville-Cameron Lake)  24.22
474.    Canadian Highway  (Sandwick Revision)  796.65
Cumberland-Tsable River   1,367.29
632.    Brewster Lake Road         -___     1,075.41
196.    Island Highway  (Fanny Bay-Union Bay)  115.61
Forbes Landing   1,633.83
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys         $21,286.62
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
304.    French  Creek      $25,780.31
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges  25,780.31
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
196.    Island Highway (Craig's Crossing-Nanoose)  $159,647.93
474.    Canadian Highway      405,479.41
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads         565,127.34
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
1. Cameron River Bridge   $1,700.00
191. Brunnel Bridge   25,823.58
192. Thompson Bridge      25,058.30
301. Englishman River Bridge  99,419.73
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges         152,001.61
Carried forward       $764,195.88 N 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $764,195.88
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):
Garages.
Equipment-shed  (Courtenay)         $1,514.93
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a) :
Garages   1,514.93
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):
Surfacing.
Reg. No.
474.    Canadian Highway        $3,682.69
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a) :
Surfacing    3,682.69
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) : Roads.
196.    Island Highway (French Creek Bridge approaches)       $5,288.20
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads    :  5,288.20
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Ferries.
Buckley Bay ramp   $67.73
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Ferries  , .-  67.73
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a) : Roads.
196. Island Highway  (Parksville-Qualicum-Lantzville sections). $126,206.10
196. Island Highway (Fanny Bay-Union Bay Revision)  241,345.55
9. Cumberland     28,665.24
11. Royston   ..  29,868.08
196. Island Highway  (reconstruction)    54,638.20
203. Marine Drive   (Royston)     3,580.41
607. Royston Wharf Road   293.32
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2   (a) :
Roads            484,596.90
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2(a): Surveys.
196.    Island Highway  (Lantzville-Red Gap)  $56.59
196.    Island Highway   (Cook Creek-Bowser)         1,435.24
196.    Island Highway  (Parksville-Qualicum Beach)  257.22
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Surveys   1,749.05
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1.
0
Alert Bay  (Cormorant Island)
Snow-removal.
$3.97
General.
$541.16
393.08
427.66
1,859.70
976.64
1,774.11
432.75
465.30
229.81
871.64
Total.
$541.16
397.05
427.66
1,888.76
1,150.02
1,803.73
630.79
536.31
308.31
891.28
S
Back   	
8
29.06
173.38
29.62
198.04
q
10.
11
Headquarters  	
1'
71.01
78.50
19.64
13
14.
Lazo   	
Carried forward	
$603.22
$7,971.85
$8,575.07
$1,261,095.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 75
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
Reg.
18.
25.
27.
33.
36.
38.
43.
48.
49.
52.
54.
56.
60.
62.
64.
67.
69.
71.
74.
76.
82.
93.
94.
96.
105.
107.
111.
113.
115.
119.
121.
129.
131.
146.
162.
168.
185.
188.
189.
191.
196.
202.
222.
234.
244.
261.
267.
310.
316.
330.
331.
337.
341.
349.
357.
367.
453.
467.
468.
474.
477.
478.
Brought forward.
No.
Condensory   	
Bridges  	
Rennison  Cross-road
$603.22      $7,971.85
8.20
.,575.07   $1,261,095.38
Reef Point   (Cortes Island)	
Bartholomew  (Cortes Island)-	
Seaford   (Cortes Island)	
Gorge Harbour  (Cortes Island).
Squirrel Cove  (Cortes Island)._
Campbell River  	
Lacon (Denman Island)	
Denman   (Denman Island) 	
Northwest (Denman Island)	
Endall   	
Fraser  _„ 	
Gainsberg  	
Knight 	
Hardy   	
Hardy Bay  	
Peterson     	
Central  (Hornby Island)  	
St. John's Point 	
Lake Trail  	
Power-house	
Little River 	
Dove Creek 	
Coleman 	
Merville   	
Tsolum River 	
Williams   	
Minto 	
Marsden  _
Piercy
817.98
2.55
17.17
2.05
23.84
15.44
222.26
12.18
61.61
4.69
32.09
40.05
12.69
Malcolm Island   (Malcolm Island)
Balmoral 	
Sayward   	
Bold Point (Quadra Island)	
Cape Mudge (Quadra Island)	
Heriot Bay  (Quadra Island)	
Hyacinth   (Quadra Island)	
West   (Quadra Island)	
Island Highway 	
Masters  	
McFarlane   _    	
Granite Bay  (Quadra Island)	
Ployart   _.__ 	
Owen Bay Trail
7.48
5.63
19.40
698.33
7.36
7.65
7.34
2.45
2.45
2,066.45
8.87
Read Island  (Read Island)
Hilton   	
Robb 	
Church   	
Coombs   	
Gilbert   	
Hilliers   	
Lowery 	
Pym  	
Station   	
Forbidden Plateau  .'.
Bellevue  _
Biggs
Canadian Highway
Clarke   	
Claudet   	
1,462.42
1,620.31
454.53
462.73
434.05
434.05
353.77
353.77
1,386.98
1,386.98
440.77
440.77
2,238.08
2,238.08
228.95
228.95
751.41
751.41
1,762.47
2,580.45
457.92
460.47
907.15
924.32
758.43
760.48
253.44
277.28
178.58
194.02
230.31
230.31
275.02
275.02
1,135.99
1,135.99
1,225.42
1,447.68
404.00
416.18
1,057.90
1,057.90
233.34
233.34
930.46
992.07
181.70
186.39
448.85
448.85
1,156.78
1,188.87
631.49
631.49
399.92
439.97
603.70
616.39
241.20
241.20
159.39
166.87
561.43
567.06
139.61
159.01
879.10
879.10
175.71
175.71
6,628.33
7,326.66
175.56
182.92
1,092.58
1,100.23
1,495.55
1,502.89
170.20
172.65
1,524.49
1,526.94
56,498.57
58,565.02
351.38
360.25
169.45
169.45
171.74
171.74
236.00
236.00
184.35
184.35
586.73
586.73
218.28
218.28
190.98
190.98
348.65
348.65
229.29
229.29
297.54
297.54
903.00
903.00
177.90
177.90
446.18
446.18
169.68
169.68
586.60
2,049.02
251.24
251.24
161.33
161.33
7,420.69
9,041.00
497.08
497.08
170.95
170.95
Carried forward       $7,792.16 $111,004.02 $118,796.18   $1,261,095.38 N 76                                      PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
COMOX DISTRICT—ConUMed,
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward  $7,792.16 $111,004.02 $118,796.18   $1,261,095.38
Reg. No.
479.    Coombs Station     263.18 263.18
483.    Departure Bay   12.86 1,216.61 1,229.47
488.    Dumont    10.37 422.91 433.28
490.    Errington       564.05 564.05
499.    Grafton Avenue     645.45 645.45
504.    Jingle Pot   2.23 368.07 370.30
509.    Leffler     235.88 235.88
516.    Marine Drive  (Wellington)    16.16 860.91 877.07
521.    Northwest Bay     501.01 501.01
523.    Palmer      613.79 613.79
534.    Swayne       151.23 151.23
536.    Superior       192.47 192.47
545.    Victoria Avenue     180.19 180.19
551.    Winchester       170.31 170.31
556.    Loat Street     697.58 697.58
558.    First  Street     167.24 167.24
589. Ruffels       „   160.20 160.20
590. Old  Alberni      177.04 177.04
632.    Brewster Lake   63.94 466.60 530.54
635.    Macaulay     355.97 355.97
641.    Bay Street     345.34 345.34
645.    Friebel       167.43 167.43
Winter Harbour sidewalk    150.40 150.40
Sundry roads, Vancouver Island  150.18 5,675.45 5,825.63
Sundry roads, Cortes Island    214.16 214.16
Sundry roads, Denman Island  1.55 283.35 284.90
Sundry roads, Hornby Island    286.34 286.34
Sundry roads, Cormorant Island    22.50 22.50
Sundry roads, Quadra Island  4.90 589.14 594.04
Sundry roads, Read Island    216.75 216.75
32r. Arterial, Courtenay     158.95 158.95
94R. Arterial, Qualicum     219.25 219.25
104R. Arterial, Parksville     144.64 144.64
105R. Arterial, Parksville     50.77 50.77
Plant and tools    18,028.35 18,028.35
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)      :___- 409.35 409.35
Supervision       2,871.75 2,871.75
Garage Account     7,340.59 7,340.59
Courtenay yard     583.99 583.99
Courtenay Garage     325.00 325.00
Plant Repair and Rental Account_____
 (Credit, $2,642.96)
Barrel Account     1,076.25 1,076.25
$8,054.35 $155,931.50 $163,985.85
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         163,985.85
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
34b. Secondary  (Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland)         $149.30
35b. Secondary (Fourth Street, Cumberland)  31.60
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways  180.90
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
19.    Calhoun   $332.15
27.    Cook (south)   1,534.48
29. Courtenay River   465.28
30. Courtenay Slough   257.18
33.    Beach    716.39
Carried forward            $3,305.48   $1,425,262.13 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 77
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $3,305.48   $1,425,262.13
Reg. No.
41. Drew Harbour   (Quadra Island)  834.40
42. Dry Creek   224.05
43. Hodgson     547.93
56.    Campbell  River   2,337.03
59.    Headquarters No. 1   150.69
72.    Cassidy     2,764.72
82.    White     186.52
104.    May    1  429.08
108.    Mitchell   893.00
121.    Piercy    12,973.54
125.    Condensory     303.96
139.    Kelsey     483.26
148. Lewis _   176.20
149. Hammond     2,415.94
151. MacDonald   3,199.59
152. Springer     297.58
154.    Suspension     1,202.19
157.    Settle     254.84
168. Hinder          358.48
169. Twin Gulch   3,204.32
188.    Sidney    2,279.70
203.    Coombs   1,229.52
247. Larkins  895.91
248. Graham     653.27
283.    Simms    1,096.11
286.    Cox         _       952.34
289.    Dove Creek   1,284.51
301.    Englishman River ._  :.  395.70
310.    Little Qualicum   609.58
313.    Blair Athol  456.70
315.    Big Qualicum   323.63
412.    Erickson           1,053.13
420.    Sointula   (Malcolm  Island)  173.22
422.    Brown           589.38
Sundry bridges, Vancouver Island  3,098.57
Sundry bridges, Cortes Island   104.40
Sundry bridges, Hornby Island   167.09
Sundry bridges, Read Island  240.30
Sundry bridges, Malcolm Island  18.48
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  52,164.34
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
Denman Island Ferry   (subsidy)       $4,200.00
Total, Vote 187   (a)—Ferries  4,200.00
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
8. Comox Road      $2,310.56
9. Cumberland Road   37,146.40
11.    Royston Road   39,367.71
32r. Island Highway   ___.  137.46
196.    Island Highway   151,045.83
203.    Marine Drive, Royston   2,189.17
259.    Wharf Road   931.74
341.    Hilliers Road    9,402.80
474.    Canadian Highway   24,398.92
490.    Errington Road   3,609.41
1.    Alert Bay Road   15,293.01
Mixing Plant 0-7e—
Courtenay  (Credit, $859.17)
Parksville     103.90
Total, Vote 187  (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways         285,077.74
Carried forward    $1,766,704.21 N 78 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $1,766,704.21
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Reg. No.
32r. Arterial Highway (Courtenay)  $500.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  500.00
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
233.    Forbidden Plateau  (Croteau)  Trail  $100.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  100.00
Total expenditure, Comox District    $1,767,304.21
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
132.    Island Highway (Duncan-Ladysmith)  $459.06
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $459.06
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads.
95.    Old Koksilah        $3,290.82
27.    South Shore         1,000.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads   4,290.82
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads.
23.    Cowichan Lake (Project No. 51)     $26,844.74
27.    South Shore (Proiect No. 52)         72,503.47
132.    Island Highway (Project No. 40)       32,128.43
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2   (a) :
Roads          131,476.64
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
132.    Island Highway (Koksilah-Ladysmith)       $1,735.14
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2   (a) :
Surveys   1,735.14
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
1. Adshead    $208.51 $208.51
11. Brenton     217.15 217.15
4. Barnes     390.49 390.49
10. Bennie     1,637.49 1,637.49
121. Cedar     2,930.53 2,930.53
21. Christie    410.83 410.83
154. Clokes     175.55 175.55
23. Cowichan Lake           $178.22 6,890.38 7,068.60
97. Cowichan Bay     1,728.47 1,728.47
48. Cherry Point     631.52 631.52
172. Chemainus     174.60 174.60
30. Codes    185.64 185.64
31. Davis      395.30 395.30
85. Doole     547.86 547.86
Carried forward  $178.22    $16,524.32    $16,702.54      $137,961.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 79
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTE
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor
Trails, and Streets—Con
Snow-removal.
Brought forward          $178.22
ICT—Continued.
Betterments:  Roads,
tinned.
General.                Total.
$16,524.32    $16,702.54
1,419.34        1,419.34
229.44           229.44
392.46           392.46
381.63          381.63
229.77           229.77
164.27           164.27
1,357.65        1,365.30
376.32           376.32
10,730.06      10,925.87
395.99           395.99
326.40           326.40
4,522.75        4,522.75
201.66           201.66
486.12           486.12
588.10 588.10
596.59           596.59
946.80        1,087.50
848.68           848.68
221.91           221.91
164.56           164.56
1.019.34 1,019.34
220.79           220.79
384.87           384.87
159.48           159.48
156.11 156.11
219.61           219.61
255.43           255.43
1,484.53        1,484.53
166.19           166.19
15,680.00      15,687.45
295.08           295.08
3,571.15        3,571.15
1,000.90        1.000.90
2.996.35 2,996.35
259 00           259.00
3,016.81        3,016.81
$137,961.66
Reg.
39
No.
Extension __   ___   _   	
42,
Fourth Avenue  _          _
50.
Glenora     	
2.
Gills             	
49,
Grouhel     	
210
Gordon _    _       _
55
Holden-Corso                   7.65
58
Haslam            	
132.
61.
Island            195.81
Indian     _    _                  _
69.
Nanaimo Lakes   __       _ _
24
North Shore                	
99.
Olsen       __   _
95
Old Koksilah        	
106.
Quennel      __    	
120.
South Oyster School           	
27
South Shore              140.70
•
163.
Spruston  .             _         _
5
Stewart Hill 	
169
Timberland               	
129.
Thomas      _     _
131.
Takala             	
81.
T70uhalem     	
141
Wharf               	
204.
Wilkinson                         	
209.
White Rapids      _            	
145.
142.
Wilson      	
White                _
6.
Walsh
3lR.
68r
Arterial Highway                 7.45
Arterial Highway _
Sundry roads (units under $150)            	
Garage Account
Unissued stores         __                             __ 	
Barrel Account       _       _                     	
Plant and tools __           	
$529.83
$71,990.46
$72,520.29
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and St
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Hi
Primary Highway (North Cowichan Municipality]
Secondary Highway (North Cowichan Municipalit
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways _
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maii-
Bush Creek     	
reets 	
72,520.29
63a
36b
ghways.
y)	
$34.46
1,055.01
1,089.47
10.
itenance.
$116.73
2,966.68
1,724.25
154.51
255 23
173.64
1,361.26
1,713.27
4,988.82
175.68
1,002.41
14.
Chemainus River           _
30.
Duncan  '       _ _
23.
Davis Lagoon _        _    	
156.
Dunning             _ __ _            	
145.
Goat Creek       	
54.
Kelvin Creek         	
8.
Nanaimo River 	
'
113.
Riverside _             	
114.
Waters _      	
Simdrv hride-es Cunits under $150)       	
Total. Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance	
14,632.48
Carried forward	
$226,203.90 N 80
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward    	
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
Reg. No.
23.    Cowichan Lake       $4,034.95
132.    Island Highway       41,941.57
95.    Old Koksilah            3,636.29
81.    Tzouhalem   492.47
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways	
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Bell-McKinnon Road          $2,000.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District .__.'	
$226,203.90
50,105.28
2,000.00
$278,309.18
CRANBROOK DISTRICT.
Capital Account^" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  $234,588.66
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads        $234,588.66
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) :
Roads.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  $871.88
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads   871.88
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway 	
3. Mission       _  ,	
4. Gold Creek 	
6. Cranbrook-Moyie Lake 	
7. Smith Lake 	
10.    Ha Ha Valley 	
12.    Kootenay Orchards 	
16. Mission-Wasa     	
17. Mission-Wycliffe 	
18. St. Mary Lake 	
22. Wycliffe-Cherry Creek	
23. Clarke 	
24. Perry Creek      _    ___  .__._ 	
31.    Eager Junction-Ta Ta Creek 	
36.    Waldo-Newgate 	
39.    Wardner-Waldo     	
51.    Cranbrook-Wycliffe   	
72.    Pighin   	
80.    Green Bay 	
126.    Society Girl Mine	
220.    Aurora Mine	
230.    Meadowbrook School	
Marysville streets 	
Moyie streets    	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Supervision  	
Barrel Account	
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$6,922.61
$19,014.46
$25,937.07
5,429.50
15,846.95
21,276.45
432.45
264.62
697.07
4,168.66
4,168.66
167.41
276.04
443.45
132.29
213.69
345.98
320.04
306.57
626.61
552.45
1,272.47
1,824.92
150.00
150.00
259.66
798.91
1,058.57
1,023.66
1,031.57
2,055.23
189.00
473.63
662.63
158.41
158.41
245.24
205.36
450.60
220.29
781.04
1,001.33
752.04
2,982.83
3,734.87
25.96
1,000.18
1,026.14
19.48
203.06
222.54
28.27
283.62
311.89
27.62
267.00
294.62
936.00
936.00
531.76
250.82
531.76
250.82
192.38
192.38
441.68
441.68
686.09
712.99
1,399.08
4,112.79
4,112.79
98.00
98.00
Carried forward     $17,742.47    $56,667.08    $74,409.55      $235,460.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 81
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $17,742.47    $56,667.08    $74,409.55      $235,460.54
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)    131.31 131.31
Garage Account    2,166.87 2,166.87
Plant and tools    7,761.63 7,761.63
Plant Repair and Rental Account.-_   177.72 177.72
$17,742.47    $66,904.61    $84,647.08
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  84,647.08
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Reg. No.
6. Moyie River    $209.49
7. Ryan   186.46
9.    Irishman Creek  199.18
21.    Springbrook   357.48
25.    St. Joseph Creek    239.30
27.    Mission   200.94
122.    Westport   167.74
124.    Wasa   19,955.41
129.    Waldo _       441.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  985.18
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  22,942.18
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway     $10,188.25
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway          2,561.00
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  12,749.25
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
St. Mary River Trail  $500.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  500.00
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District       $356,299.05
DELTA DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a) :
Roads (Classified).
50b. Woodward Highway (Richmond Municipality)  $446.63
84b. Steveston Highway (Richmond Municipality)  100.42
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads (Classified)   $547.05
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Ferries.
17.    Ladner Ferry Landing (new construction)     $10,260.42
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Ferries  10,260.42
Carried forward           $10,807.47 N 82
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Reg. No. Paving and Surfacing.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway     $32,292.80
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway       29,307.37
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Paving and Surfacing	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads.
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway     $10,013.45
5.    North Dyke (Barnston Island)         4,644.96
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2(a): Ferries.
17.    Ladner Ferry Landing (new construction)  $108,041.29
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Ferries	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
2.
5.
6.
Dyke (Barnston Island)	
North Dyke (Barnston Island).
Haldi Island      _ _    	
2r. Trans-Provincial Highway 	
3r. Trans-Provincial Highway 	
Pacific Highway     _  	
15r. King George VI Highway	
66r. Fraser Avenue   ___ 	
Aldergrove-Bellingham 	
Ladner Marsh  _   	
13R.
77r.
80r.
$210.52
214.44
83.92
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Surrey Lacrosse Association grounds
Cloverdale garage	
Cloverdale yard _   	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
______      (Credit,  $9,446.34)
Plant and tools	
Repairs to outside units	
Supervision  	
Unissued stores 	
Snow-removal.        General.
  $205.33
1,178.36
255.31
17,463.06
17,655.65
5,119.36
13,372.01
3,615.51
1,433.97
535.71
22.10
940.97
2,193.59
365.04
79.70
10,717.39
567.43
6,422.53
3,625.90
Total.
$205.33
1,178.36
255.31
17,673.58
17,870.09
5,203.28
13,372.01
3,615.51
1,513.67
535.71
22.10
940.97
2,193.59
365.04
10,717.39
567.43
6,422.53
3,625.90
$588.58    $76,242.88    $76,831.46
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
Snow-removal.        General.
Total.
6lA. Scott 	
68a. Ladner Trunk 	
69a. Scott	
78a. Scott Road Diversion
40b. Boundary Bay 	
69b. McLellan 	
71b. McLellan 	
87b. Bridge Street 	
90b. Campbell River 	
$20.10
22.15
$1,435.90
$1,456.00
850.15
850.15
1,060.32
1,082.47
1,170.06
1,170.06
259.72
259.72
695.28
695.28
663.97
663.97
1.80
1.80
704.72
704.72
$42.25      $6,841.92      $6,884.17
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways
$10,807.47
61,600.17
14,658.41
108,041.29
76,831.46
6,884.17
Carried forward       $278,822.97
J STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 83
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $278,822.97
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
3.    Clover Valley   $1,865.43
4 and 5.    Eburne  :  18,624.42
6 and 8.    Fraser Avenue   11,644.26
9.    Campbell River   182.47
10.    Canoe Pass   3,037.36
14.    Nicomekl   1,952.35
18.    Ladner Marsh No. 1  418.28
26.    Haldi Island  985.33
28.    Richards     340.39
Sundry (units under $150)    ____ 1,054.87
Construction of pile-driver  2,411.75
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  42,516.91
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Classified.
16.    Chillikthan Slough (on 68a)  $41.26
33.    Scott (on 61a)  85.09
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Classified  126.35
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
16.    Barnston Island   $14,560.63
16. Barnston Island Ferry Landing  87.64
17. Ladner-Woodward   7,006.00
17.    Ladner-Woodward (Ladner landing)  5,716.54
17.    Ladner-Woodward  (dredging channel)  1,313.97
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  28,684.78
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
2r.    Trans-Provincial Highway        $3,267.81
3R.    Trans-Provincial Highway        22,071.88
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  25,339.69
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways : Classified.
68a. Ladner Trunk   $125,503.05
40b. Boundary Bay    ..        3,359.20
69b.  McLellan   957.00
84b. Steveston    572.78
Total, Vote 178 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways:   Classified _____        130,392.03
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Westminster Highway (Richmond Municipality)  $4,000.00
Hjorth  (Surrey Municipality)  2,000.00
Campbell River fill (Surrey Municipality)  3,000.00
Marine Drive Bridge (Surrey Municipality)  890.68
Anderson Creek Bridge replacement (Langley Municipality) 9,000.00
Glover (Langley Municipality)......  501.88
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  19,392.56
Total expenditure, Delta District         $525,275.29
DEWDNEY DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Port Coquitlam-Ioco       $1,601.71
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $1,601.71
Carried forward  $1,601.71 N 84
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Reg. No.
40.    Shook
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
       $7,909.39
$1,601.71
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads   7,909.39
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Paving and Surfacing.
7i.   Lougheed Highway, Section 8 (Nicomen Island)  $490.66
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Paving and Surfacing  490.66
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a) : Roads.
7i.  Lougheed Highway, Section 8 (Nicomen Island)   $69,632.39
18r. Dewdney Trunk (Coquitlam-Ioco Revision)  19,197.01
22R. Lougheed Highway (Kanaka Creek-Albion)  50,431.83
Lougheed Highway  (Hatzic-Dewdney)  102,999.89
23r. Lougheed Highway  (Mission-Hatzic)  19,035.45
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads         261,296.57
Vote 187 (a)-—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
Snow-removal.
1.
2.
5.
7h.
7i.
7J.
7k.
11.
13.
15.
16.
18.
22.
23.
24.
29.
30.
33.
36.
38.
40.
41.
42.
43.
45.
49.
51.
56.
61.
69.
74.
10r.
18r.
19r.
Athey 	
Ioco-Sunnyside 	
Dale  	
Lougheed,  Section  7    	
Lougheed, Section 8 (Nicomen Island)
Lougheed,  Section  9	
Lougheed, Section 10	
Farms    	
Hawkins-Pickles  	
Hyde and Buker	
Hartley   	
Johnston  (Nicomen Island)	
Malcolm 	
McKamey   	
McDonald Landing (Nicomen Island)
Newton 	
Nicomen    Island    Trunk    (Nicomen
Island)   	
North Nicomen  (Nicomen Island)____
River Road  (south)	
Salvaster	
Shook  (Hatzic Island)	
Stave Lake 	
Sterling 	
Taylor   	
Tremblay  (Nicomen Island)	
Ross  j	
Harrison Hot Springs	
Brooks 	
Hope-Rosedale 	
Morris Valley 	
Nicomen Slough (Nicomen Island) __
Coquitlam   	
Dewdney Trunk 	
Dewdney Trunk 	
$23.65
16.82
148.07
105.42
101.91
95.06
134.09
25.17
23.36
99.66
67.99
23.35
68.53
21.65
80.73
52.42
12.00
344.27
98.97
263.71
16.00
17.81
16.00
103.43
232.11
29.20
16.88
20.23
General.
$325.82
8,116.15
403.54
1,903.27
2,636.97
4,353.07
2,131.40
11,190.89
1,042.89
983.22
1,094.76
332.28
654.05
278.61
190.45
816.43
1,867.92
565.35
783.21
6,891.04
99.00
5,826.11
145.69
434.22
331.17
164.71
3,150.20
261.21
1,533.40
728.57
201.36
5,029.06
2,773.31
15,032.66
$349.47
8,132.97
403.54
2,051.34
2,742.39
4,454.98
2,226.46
11,324.98
1,068.06
1,006.58
1,194.42
400.27
654.05
301.96
258.98
838.08
1,948.65
617.77
795.21
7,235.31
197.97
6,089.82
161.69
452.03
331.17
180.71
3,253.63
261.21
1,765.51
728.57
201.36
5,058.26
2,790.19
15,052.89
Carried forward     $2,258.49 $82,271.99
,530.48  $271,298.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 85
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a.)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward.       $2,258.49    $82,271.99 $84,530.48      $271,298.33
Reg. No.
20r. Dewdney Trunk             22.19        1,324.37 1,346.56
2lR. Lougheed                 2,867.50 2,867.50
22r. Lougheed               22,079.70 22,079.70
23r. Lougheed               279.56      20,313.77 20,593.33
24r. Abbotsford-Mission              41.69        1,379.55 1,421.24
25r. Lougheed                1,803.99 1,803.99
26r. Lougheed              794.05        9,129.83 9,923.88
57r. loco-Port Moody               19.42        2,004.18 2,023.60
59r. Hammond Loop               2,444.00 2,444.00
67r. Central Arterial                  150.51 150.51
69r. Haney Loop              168.36 168.36
HOr. Harrison Hot Springs          20,796.09 30,796.09
Harrison Hot Springs Townsite                 194.93 194.93
Sundry roads (units under $150) ______             88.07        1,756.61 1,844.68
Plant and tools              4,186.76 4,186.76
Deroche warehouse                  378.30 378.30
Nicomen Island dykes              2,444.20 2,444.20
River-bank protection (East Agassiz)           16,000.00 16,000.00
Supervision                 3,535.05 3,535.05
Plant Repair and Rental Account ._..
 (Credit, $10,273.79)
Haney warehouse  (Credit, $120)
$3,503.47 $194,835.90 $198,339.37
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         198,339.37
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
60a. Harrison Hot Springs  $608.06
42b. Clarke     175.78
73b. River Road and Dewdney Trunk  1,284.62
77B. Dewdney Trunk   2,063.16
78B. Harris     191.20
79b. McNeil     191.20
92b. Dewdney Trunk   220.93
Sundry roads   (units under $150)  121.08
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways  4,856.03
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
1.    Aliceville   $3,573.67
13.    Agassiz  Mountain   2,883.46
16.    School    163.15
18.    Coquitlam    2,136.24
22.    Railway   2,069.96
41.    Pitt River   6,400.99
46.    Katzie No. 1  208.58
50. Kanaka Creek   377.23
51. Edge    H0.57
64.    Storm     326.94
95.    Silver Creek   1,879.55
99.    Stave River   7,772.54
100.    Suicide Creek   1,903.79
106-1. Mission (C.P.R.)   13,690.11
116.    Eagle Mill   319-59
126. Miami No. 1  160.51
127. Miami No. 2  204.17
131. Harrison River   27,016.05
132. Pump-house   2,492.26
Carried forward      $73,749.36      $474,493.73 N 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward      $73,749.36      $474,493.73
Reg. No.
139.    Dale    2,391.56
153.    Worth   434.46
177.    Giles   516.68
192. Pretty   2,616.43
193. Chehalis  River   282.18
501.    Floods    :  855.59
Fifth Avenue Bridge (Maple Ridge Municipality)  7,648.78
Red Bridge  (Coquitlam Municipality)  2,625.04
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,588.89
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance .  92,708.97
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Classified.
70.    Webster's Corners   $165.47
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  351.98
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Classified  517.45
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
10r. Coquitlam     $3,193.71
20r. Dewdney Trunk     1,530.01
21r. Lougheed    18,684.88
22r. Lougheed    18,674.28
23r. Lougheed    31,251.08
25R. Lougheed       2,108.39
26r. Lougheed    8,300.31
110r. Harrison Hot Springs  20,353.09
40.    Shook  1,942.81
51.    Harrison Hot Springs Road and Lillooet Street at Harrison
Hot Springs   24,870.57
7l.   Lougheed. Section 8  (Nicomen Island)  63,669.24
Mixing Plant 0-7E (Deroche)  559.19
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  195,137.56
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways : Classified.
73b. Dewdney Trunk   $399.20
78b. Harris       586.01
92b. Dewdney Trunk   162.79
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways:   Classified .... 1,148.00
Total expenditure, Dewdney District       $764,005.71
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
76.    Island Highway  $4,051.28
193.    Kelly     379.05
141.    Shawnigan-Mill Bay  316.79
147. Sooke   1,056.48
148. Sooke River  197.85
192.    West Coast   284.81
Unissued stores    4,208.50
Sundry roads (units under $150)  1,965.34
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads          $12,460.10
Carried forward        $12,460.10 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 87
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
76.    Island Highway (Mile 33)     $22,955.84
$12,460.10
193.
10.
201.
212.
26.
288.
29.
59.
35.
289.
45.
47.
50.
175.
53.
66.
61.
58.
68.
69.
73.
76.
312.
100.
67.
84.
86.
97.
99.
376.
101.
105.
112.
79.
123.
122.
392.
130.
132.
133.
450.
401.
150.
141.
140.
256.
147.
117.
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Surveys.
Victoria-Goldstream       $7,122.61
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys  .	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.
Arbutus   	
Battersby 	
Beaumont	
Boulding 	
Cameron-Taggart
Celadon 	
Cherry Point	
Cobble Hill _._._._	
Craigflower 	
Dover 	
Dunford 	
East Sooke 	
Finlayson Arm	
Florence Lake	
Freeman 	
Gillespie 	
Goldstream 	
Grant 	
Halhead     	
Happy Valley	
Helmcken   	
Island Highway
Jedburgh 	
Kangaroo   _
Kilmalu
$236.01
Koksilah-Riverside _
La Fortune	
Maple Avenue 	
Metchosin 	
Mill Bay 	
Millstream   	
Milne	
Munn      	
Otter Point 	
Pears 	
Peatt   .   	
Pickford 	
Quarantine 	
Rocky Point 	
Ross-Durrance 	
San Juan	
Saul      	
Shawnigan Lake 	
Shawnigan-Mill Bay
Shepherd 	
Siasong 	
Sooke 	
Sooke Lake  	
General.
$560.91
192.00
275.77
888.17
232.64
191.01
341.93
19,644.67
562.71
809.76
448.67
5,742.90
773.48
186.04
222.57
16,089.29
365.67
270.07
3,654.86
4,565.99
1,471.61
46,880.04
567.82
1,997.27
217.86
166.26
191.31
244.59
1,277.94
4,205.62
383.23
233.22
328.43
1,701.59
158.27
560.83
411.54
241.66
462.99
542.03
4,163.43
838.99
696.45
1,637.52
379.68
277.73
11,057.00
398.24
Total.
$560.91
192.00
275.77
888.17
232.64
191.01
341.93
19,644.67
562.71
809.76
448.67
5,742.90
773.48
186.04
222.57
16,089.29
365.67
270.07
3,654.86
4,565.99
1,471.61
47,116.05
567.82
1,997.27
217.86
166.26
191.31
244.59
1,277.94
4,205.62
383.23
233.22
328.43
1,701.59
158.27
560.83
411.54
241.66
462.99
542.03
4,163.43
838.99
696.45
1,637.52
379.68
277.73
11,057.00
398.24
22,955.84
7,122.61
Carried forward _
$236.01 $137,712.26 $137,948.27        $42,538.55 N 88
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Reg. No.
148. Sooke River
149. Station	
329.
155.
157.
335.
192.
190.
162.
197.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
$236.01 $137,712.26 $137,948.27
Brought forward.
3.
23.
19.
100.
165.
250.
51.
115.
124.
36.
184.
58.
34.
124.
97.
113.
60.
73.
76.
87.
141.
147.
192.
Stormont 	
Telegraph 	
Thetis Lake	
Tovey Crescent
West Coast	
West Shawnigan Lake..
Whiffen Spit	
Witty Beach	
Clo-oose 	
Port Renfrew	
Stamp Account 	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
Barrel Account 	
Unissued stores 	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Supervision
Plant Repair and Rental Account ___._
 (Credit, $411.09)
814.60
3,783.20
419.76
579.74
162.25
153.93
8,633.27
702.38
328.67
202.42
312.42
2,505.67
338.41
7,115.88
7,968.38
1,526.75
1,959.57
4,390.53
2,869.95
814.60
3,783.20
419.76
579.74
162.25
153.93
8,633.27
702.38
328.67
202.42
312.42
2,505.67
338.41
7,115.88
7,968.38
1,526.75
1,959.57
4,390.53
2,869.95
$236.01 $182,068.95 $182,304.96
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Aikman	
Bellamy 	
Craigflower 	
East Branch	
Fitzgerald 	
Harris Cove 	
Jacobs Creek
Muir Creek 	
Niagara 	
Piadjo   	
Robertson 	
Sandstone	
Shawyer      	
Skookum Gulch
Sooke     	
Tugwell Creek _.
Vogel
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$280.99
803.71
203.94
276.52
469.42
203.15
2,147.00
6,220.53
286.79
448.44
689.92
804.24
459.60
486.06
380.34
4,300.75
178.73
1,166.95
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance ___
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
Mill Bay Ferry (subsidy)	
Mill Bay Ferry Landing	
$5,000.00
4,138.29
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
Helmcken 	
Island Highway	
Lagoon 	
Shawnigan-Mill Bay	
Sooke 	
West Coast 	
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District	
$3,232.99
26,736.64
110.00
28,264.67
724.49
12,335.28
$42,538.55
182,304.96
19,807.08
9,138.29
71,404.07
$325,192.95 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 89
FERNIE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
Elk River (substructure, North Fernie)       $6,649.97
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges  $6,649.97
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
Reg. No.
Elk River  (substructure, West Fernie)     $64,261.31
60.    Little Fairy Creek     __ __ 18,720.80
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  82,982.11.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  (Project No. 48)     $82,979.42
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads  82,979.42
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Surveys.
Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway  $385.83
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys  385.83
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
1:    Southern Trans-Provincial   $19,221.85 $47,578.88 $66,800.73
2. Wardner-Gateway   411.87 2,202.54 2,614.41
3. Elko-Roosville     351.17 3,417.21 3,768.38
4. Elk Valley   1,553.12 1,078.71 2,631.83
6.    Bull River (south)       315.00 315.00
9.    Jaffray-Baynes Lake   13.53 248.46 261.99
10.    Elko-Waldo   662.41 1,745.42 2,407.83
13.    Fernie-Coal Creek    1,460.67 471.34 1,932.01
17.    Mansfield      1,152.44 304.62 1,457.06
19.    Flathead     423.77 423.77
37.    Douglas Settlement        308.40 308.40
40. Sheep Creek   84.00 423.76 507.76
41. Wolf Creek                242.33 12.90 255.23
46.    Bull River  (north)-Power Plant  121.14 286.24 407.38
48.    Maus Creek     31.23 248.77 280.00
93. Bull  River-Fort  Steele   (Kootenay-
Columbia)     311.53 2,582.11 2,893.64
94. Fort   Steele-Wasa   (Kootenay-Co
lumbia)      380.56 50.72 431.28
99.    Rock Lake   66.85 148.23 215.08
106.    Corbin     42.83 307.16 349.99
127. Cedar Valley        1,250.38 1,250.38
128. Fernie-Elko     952.82 6,659.98 7,612.80
149.    Muirhead    170.04 1,719.65 1,889.69
151.    Premier Lake-Park Road  14.00 227.96 241.96
Sundry roads  (units under $150) ___. 44.14 60.68 104.82
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)                                                      147.78 147.78
Unissued stores        7,216.08 7,216.08
Plant and tools       1,049.28 1,049.28
Plant Repair and Rental Account
 (Credit, $966.67)
Camp equipment
10.10 10.10
Garage Account _______    _     :             2,889.79        2,889.79
Barrel Account  (Credit, $6)
Annual holidays               2,906.93        2,906.93
Carried forward     $27,288.53    $86,292.85 $113,581.38      $172,997.33 N 90 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (ct)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward      $27,288.53    $86,292.85 $113,581.38      $172,997.33
Gravelling   and   ditching — Hosmer
and east     8,383.77 8,383.77
River-bank protection at Hosmer    1,018.48 1,018.48
Flood damage     1,500.00 1,500.00
$27,288.53    $96,222.43 $123,510.96
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         123,510.96
Reg. No. Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
2.    Hosmer   $399.70
8.    Elkmouth    676.78
10.    Old Town     __ 6,000.00
13.    Loop    1,973.72
47.    Sheep Creek   884.81
55.   7Fairy Creek   2,283.66
New North Fernie Bridge over Elk River  4,957.39
99.    Alexander Creek   809.71
116. Sand  Creek   4,158.47
117. Damstrom         4,230.69
148.    C.P.R.     1,322.13
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,081.77
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  28,778.83
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Michel-Natal)     $26,190.44
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  26,190.44
Total expenditure, Fernie District       $351,477.56
FORT GEORGE  DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Pine Pass Highway (Section A)     $23,295.43
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys         $23,295.43
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:  Roads.
25.    Cariboo Road        $1,510.84
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Roads  1,510.84
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Pine Pass Highway  (Section A), Summit Lake-Azouzetta
Lake  (contract)   $365,444.03
Pine   Pass   Highway   (Section   C),   Prince   George—Summit
Lake  (contract)       291,752.32
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads        657,196.35
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
Pine Pass  Highway   (Section A),  Summit  Lake—Azouzetta
Lake  (contract)    $180,650.52
Pine   Pass   Highway   (Section   C),   Prince   George-Summit
Lake (contract)      46,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads        226,650.52
Carried fonvard       $907,294.14 , STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 91
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward         $907,294.14
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6): Roads.
Pine Pass  Highway   (Section  A),  Summit  Lake-Azouzetta
Lake (engineering and material)     $33,187.52
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (6)
Roads   33,187.52
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
3.    Northern Trans-Provincial        $9,101.12
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads   9,101.12
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
(Increases awarded to Contractors.)
Pine Pass Highway (Section A)  $162,854.08
Pine   Pass   Highway   (Section   C),   Prince   George-Summit
Lake       115,367.17
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads            278,221.25
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
Pine Pass Highway (Section A) :         $371.30
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Surveys   371.30
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
60.    Buckhorn  Lake   $785.10 $3,802.98 $4,588.08
149.    Bellos          982.00 982.00
24. Chief Lake   - 2,114.42 5,446.11 7,560.53
25. Cariboo     4,204.06 19,606.34 23,910.40
217.    Cranbrook     143.04 779.94 922.98
84.    Croydon-Dunster          251.91 251.91
107.    Dale              523.59 523.59
14.    Dome  Creek-Kidd        871.78 871.78
17.    Dunster-Raush Valley   90.52 209.81 300.33
23.    Fort George-Blackwater        633.22 633.22
28.    Fort George-Isle Pierre   228.46 1,104.21 1,332.67
30.    Foreman    148.02 113.79 261.81
189.    Geddes         318.50 318.50
116.    Hammond    797.27 344.55 1,141.82
143. Holmes          288.00 288.00
144. Lund       _          1,905.12 1,905.12
47.    Longworth  (south)          565.68 565.68
90.    Murch Lake   266.46 62.77 329.23
111.    Mount Robson        9,078.51 9,078.51
124.    Miworth   (west)     78.66 560.36 639.02
54.    Mud River Valley (south)  276.31 466.34 742.65
51.    McBride  (east)     875.38 927.80 1,803.18
50.    McBride-Cariboo    40.00 2,912.57 2,952.57
3.    Northern   Trans-Provincial    14,796.69 51,836.40 66,633.09
58.    Ness Lake   266.05 358.14 624.19
9.    Okanagan-North Thompson    873.00 426.69 1,299.69
187.    Pilot Mountain        175.00 175.00
21.    Penny         518.41 518.41
114     Pain               68.73 349.13 417.86
Carried forward     $26,052.17 $105,419.65 $131,571.82   $1,228,175.33 N 92
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $26,052.17 $105,419.65 $131,571.82   $1,228,175.33
Reg. No.
49.    Reid Lake   707.72        6,789.45
Red Rock               1,036.50
Shell Lake
Summit Lake
59.
179.
26.
135.
165.
74.
15.
75.
109.
62.
20.
35.
2.
160.
161.
149.
15.
107.
169.
75.
75.
12.
4.
9.
3.
Shelley  (east)  	
Tabor Creek 	
Willow River 	
Wright Creek 	
West Lake-Fraser River
Sundry roads 	
Plant and tools 	
253.50
3,339.67
187.11
539.70
182.55
665.62
"230.89
1,999.44
1,533.94
760.99
624.69
235.29
6,961.83
1,036.37
7,167.68
7,497.17
1,036.50
253.50
5,339.11
1,721.05
1,300.69
707.24
900.91
6,961.83
1,267.26
7,167.68
$32,158.93 $133,565.83 $165,724.76
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
165,724.76
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Eaglet Creek No. 1	
Fraser River (Tete Jaune).
Fraser River No. 1	
Fraser River No. 2	
Garner 	
Garvin Creek 	
Grant Brook 	
Hooker  	
Idle Hour 1	
Idle Hour 2	
Moose River 	
McLean 	
Thirty Mile 	
Willow River __
Wright Creek
Fraser River   (Mount Robson)	
Lund  	
Sundry bridges (units under $150) _
3.72
2,903!l0
195.60
195.60
254.13
901.97
195.60
264.69
322.79
438.03
195.62
278.10
721.17
996.24
334.55
2,862.75
419.19
1,194.62
Total, Vote 187 («)-
Croydon  	
Hansard  	
Isle de Pierre _
Indian Reserve
-Bridges:   Maintenance.
Vote 187 (a)—-Ferries.
13,500.47
$1,539.48
1,641.70
11,576.86
1,333.22
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Ferries.
16,091.26
Total expenditure, Fort George District    $1,424,850.82
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (6): Surveys.
Rock Creek-Osoyoos        $4,100.13
Rock Creek-Greenwood (Ingram Bridge-Midway)  271.61
Total, Capital Account, 1932—-Surveys	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.
Rock   Creek-Ingram  Bridge   (Section   A)   and   Kerr   Creek
Revision (Section B), Project No. 14  $228,295.20
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads	
$4,371.74
228,295.20
Carried forward       $232,666.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 93
Reg.
B17.
26.
1.
3.
4.
7.
9.
11.
13.
14.
16.
17.
B17.
18.
20.
26.
27.
30.
31.
32.
33.
37.
41.
42.
43.
44.
46.
47.
48.
50.
55.
56.
63.
64.
65.
66.
69.
70.
72.
73.
75.
80.
95.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Brouaht forward       $232,666.94
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (
No.
Project No. 42, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Grand Forks-Carson .north)  	
a): Roads.
$37,578.15
900.53
Gravel-crushing  '
1,442.60
Total, " Revenue Surplus
Roads 	
Appropriation Act, 1947," £
!ec. 2 (a):
           39,921.28
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
Surveys.
Rock Creek-Osoyoos	
1947," Sec
.2 (a):
$10,030.46
Rock Creek-Greenwood (Ingram Bridge-Midway)
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Ac
Surveys 	
2,679.38
t, 1947," i
>ec. 2  (a):
      _ _          12,709.84
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor I
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.
Anaconda   ______    ...                       	
_ETTERMEN
General.
$223.68
181.25
348.59
197.84
51.40
344.47
81.98
957.88
1,356.63
577.67
61,358.12
188.33
169.68
1,235.11
247.08
7,038.15
84.77
144.56
430.44
806.38
46.68
197.18
13,055.28
1,602.74
301.66
118.56
364.88
97.89
187.86
746.82
84.88
137.79
792.48
380.20
566.45
4,004.42
1,192.95
171.63
1,600.76
573.83
1,778.70
1,136.67
2,049.83
9,041.68
ts: Roads,
Total.
$223.68
Baker Creek 	
Beaver Creek     _       _
$72.03
64.39
253.28
412.98
Boundary Creek __      _ _
178.61
376.45
Camp McKinney-Rock Creek	
145.44
196.84
Carmi-McCulloch 	
Cascade-Laurier  	
Cascade-Paulson 	
Christina Lake (east)	
Christina Lake (west) 	
Cascade-Osoyoos 	
Deadwood 	
Eholt-Moore 	
Grand Forks-Carson (north)
Grand Forks-Carson (south)
455.00
121.05
242.21
194.23
109.72
10,566.86
114.28
799.47
203.03
1,200.09
1,550.86
687.39
71,924.98
302.61
169.68
12.41
18.30
654.19
67.41
75.67
698.29
260.04
1,247.52
265.38
Grand Forks-Franklin 	
Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain
Grand Forks-Lynch Creek	
Greenwood-Phoenix 	
Italy Creek   	
7,692.34
152.18
220.23
1,128.73
1,066.42
122.12
168.80
Kettle River (east)
109.31
699.97
1,002.10
306.49
Kettle River (main)	
Kettle River (west) 	
13,755.25
2,604.84
Long Lake-Jewel Mine 	
Lynn Creek               _
557.74
155.89
859.40
274.45
McCarren Creek 	
Meyers Creek
66.06
140.58
430.94
238.47
Morrisey Creek (west)	
409.35
187.86
1,156.17
Rock Creek—Myncaster    _      _   ___
237.44
322.32
Rock Mountain-Mvncaster 	
Rock Mountain-Bridesville 	
Rock Mountain roads    _ __
314.00
300.10
222.07
451.79
1,092.58
602.27
Sidley Mountain      ... 	
230.50
796.95
Sutherland Creek                      .   _
240.71
4,245.13
Valley roads (south)	
Valley roads (west) .... 	
Wallace Mountain roads
90.21
85.00
1,283.16
171.63
1,685.76
City of Paris
573.83
Maida Creek	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
421.24
1,778.70
1,557.91
2,049.83
Garage	
Carried forward
9,041.68
.__    $19,454.52 $1
16,255.83
pl35,710.35      $285,298.06 N 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a) —Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $19,454.52 $116,255.83 $135,710.35      $285,298.06
Plant and tools       6,424.49 6,424.49
Unissued stores        3,764.35 3,764.35
Barrel Account        175.00 175.00
Plant Repair and Rental Account___._.     3,478.88 3,478.88
Supervision         3,868.36 3,868.36
$19,454.52 $133,966.91 $153,421.43
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets           153,421.43
Reg. No. Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
6. Beaverdell Depot  $552.45
9. Cudworth   276.80
27. Haynes Creek  905.21
28. Nine Mile Creek  1,450.75
43. Yale  953.83
44. Overhead  2,407.50
46. Cascade Upper  279.45
48. Cascade Lower  9,532.38
66. Sutherland No. 1  388.89
79. Carson   3,132.32
103. Cedar     210.05
115. Waddell  224.44
116. Cedar   336.75
140. Midway   4,748.85
154. Kettle Valley   731.51
160. Kettle River   291.10
171. Wolf  :  214.96
176. Riverside Seed Farms    14,950.76
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,581.90
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  43,169.90
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway     $17,852.71
16.    Christina Lake Road  612.94
26.    Grand Forks-Carson (north)         1,225.86
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  19,691.51
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Goat Mountain          $1,000.00
Dry Creek Trail to Scandie and Gold Drop  300.00
Road to Union Mine, upper workings  550.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  1,850.00
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District       $503,430.90
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
15.    Birch Island-Lost Creek  $440.29
123.    Westsyde    3,695.91
149.    Little Fort-Bridge Lake  258.13
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads     $4,394.33
Carried forward   $4,394.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 95
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Trans-Canada   Highway   Project   No.   45,   Miles   290-296.7
(Monte Creek) and % mile cut-off to Sand Hill Road ___. $254,236.91
71.    Kamloops-Tete Jaune, Blue River-Albreda (Project No. 58)      14,739.58
149.    Little Fort-Bridge Lake (Project No. 29)       17,031.89
1.
2.
4.
8.
10.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
24.
25.
30.
32.
33.
35.
42.
44.
45.
46.
48.
50.
52.
54.
57.
63.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
74.
76.
79.
80.
91.
94.
97.
99.
107.
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads  	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
Trans-Canada  Highway,  Kamloops-Salmon Arm   (right-of-
way)      $225.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys  	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
Trans-Canada   ._
Agate Bay 	
Ashcroft streets
Barnes Lake 	
Barriere River ..
Bestwick   	
Birch Island-Lost Creek
Blue River  streets	
Boulder Mountain 	
Brigade Lake 	
Butte Ranch 	
Campbell Creek 	
Campbell  Range 	
Beaton   	
Clearwater  Valley
Cold Creek 	
Copper Creek 	
Deadman-Vidette   _
Dixon  Creek  	
Dunn Lake 	
Edith Lake 	
Fadear Creek 	
Goose  Lake
Harpen Ranch-Pinantan
Heffley-Louis Creek 	
Highland Valley 	
Jackson   	
Brocklehurst  	
Kamloops Junction 	
Kamloops-Merritt   	
Kamloops-Shuswap   	
Kamloops-Tranquille   	
Kamloops-Vernon   	
Kamloops-Tete Jaune _
Knouff Lake 	
Lac la Jeune 	
Lemieux Creek
3now-removal.
$2,811.95
660.14
_.___„__
261.00
156.62
~ 948.84
157.47
770.80
"8.36
36.61
75.62
138.32
97.50
129.12
"102.54
88.45
466.63
100.00
237.57
6.46
696.66
429.56
474.65
1,858.75
Louis Creek Upper
Mamette Lake 	
Monte Creek 	
North Kamloops _____
Paul Lake 	
Pinantan-Pritchard
Robbins Range 	
140.12
719.61
4,521.35
213.16
474.47
124.00
28.56
"""32.80
^49.55
160.00
438.22
General.
$15,998.70
2,201.27
561.79
285.71
376.84
312.20
338.12
"209.32
728.00
157.73
294.48
412.28
178.60
3,089.58
148.16
386.70
1,858.95
53.54
1,619.11
105.00
328.80
310.96
452.31
1,083.15
1,543.12
76.98
1,820.94
452.16
4,809.56
4,150.24
1,750.46
3,395.18
19,884.37
373.53
925.80
1,953.42
869.49
1,930.52
130.88
1,712.67
1,563.37
1,937.95
652.84
Total.
$18,810.65
2,861.41
561.79
304.95
637.84
468.82
338.12
948.84
366.79
1,498.80
157.73
302.84
448.89
254.22
3,227.90
245.68
515.82
1,858.95
156.08
1,707.56
571.63
428.80
548.53
458.77
1,779.81
1,972.68
551.61
1,820.94
452.16
6,668.31
4,150.24
1,890.58
4,114.79
24,405.72
586.69
1,400.27
2,077.42
898.05
1,930.52
163.68
1,712.67
1,612.92
2,097.95
1,091.06
$4,394.33
286,008.38
225.00
Carried forward  $17,634.70 $81,424.76 $99,059.46  $290,627.71 N 96 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward      $17,634.70    $81,424.76 $99,059.46      $290,627.71
Reg. No.
109.    Rose Hill             637.69           616.74 1,254.43
112.    Seven Lakes                  189.61 189.61
117. Tranquille-Criss Creek               54.00        1,211.08 1,265.08
118. Trapp Lake-Palmer Meadows                 300.00 300.00
122. Walhachin                   333.00 333.00
123. Westsyde               158.12        9,130.46 9.288.58
149. Little Fort-Bridge Lake                 933.66 933.66
150. Monte Creek-Pinantan                 291.23 291.23
157.    Darlington                    181.96 181.96
Sundry roads   (units under $150)____           244.13        1,117.30 1,361.43
Vacation                 1,201.83 1,201.83
Unissued stores               1,567.74 1,567.74
Plant and tools             14,336.12 14,336.12
Barrel Account                   60.00 60.00
Plant Repair and Rental Account....           3,364.36 3,364.36
Supervision             2,673.59 2,673.59
Garage Account ______ Credit, $125.99)
$18,728.64 $118,807.45 $137,536.09
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         137,536.09
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
12.    Barriere-North Thompson   $264.00
16.    Barriere River-North Fork  441.74
24.    Blackwater     4,462.59
31.    Brookfield    3,532.33
41. Canyon Creek No. 1  2,651.83
42. Canyon Creek No. 2  270.37
43. Canyon Creek No. 3   3,053.34
52.    Chu Chua _.      2,175.16
55. Clearwater River   421.37
56. Clearwater  Station    363.73
57. Copper Creek   158.40
121. Kamloops  (east)    2,418.48
122. Kamloops  (west)     884.18
142.    Louis Creek _____     4,459.28
173.    Robbins Range No. 5   211.74
194.    Bear Creek  (Spahats)    1,317.11
204.    Vavenby    ..     17,097.95
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  1,469.32
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  45,652.92
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
33.    Black Pool   $2,533.08
35. Ducks   1,550.07
36. McLure  _   1,575.19
37. Little Fort     2,030.16
38. Vavenby     1,699.33
39. Vinsulla     812.90
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  10,200.73
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
1. Trans-Canada Highway   $5,619.57
4. Ashcroft streets ___'  9,764.82
59. Hudson's Bay Meadows  1,263.49
65. Brocklehurst      10,522.35
68. Shuswap    3,190.16
123. Westsyde     12,119.41
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  42,479.80
Carried forward       $526,497.25 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 97
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Court-house,  Kamloops   (sidewalk)  $560.00
Reg. No.
127.    Excelsior Trail
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits	
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
  $297.16
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Total expenditure, Kamloops District	
$526,497.25
560.00
297.16
$527,354.41
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Bridges.
310.    Deep Creek  :     $21,344.27
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (Project No. 67, gravelling) ___
204.    Nelson-Kaslo Road (Project No. 68, gravelling)	
6.
14.
15.
41.
42.
48.
91.
92.
95.
99.
114.
140.
141.
142.
143.
151.
165.
167.
168.
169.
172.
179.
181.
183.
185.
200.
201.
204.
$5,000.00
3,220.65
Total,. " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Applegrove __ 	
Arrow Park-Belleview 	
Arrow Park-West Demars	
Canning    .__    	
Caribou Creek   	
Crescent Bay (replacing Bridges Nos.
74 and 75 with culvert and fill)
Fauquier (south) 	
Fauquier (upper) 	
Ferret     —      -   __-	
Four Mile Creek     	
Galena Bay (south)	
Houston     . 	
Howser-Argenta 	
Howser Lake (east) 	
Howser Station 	
Inonoaklin Valley 	
Kaslo-New Denver _    	
Kaslo Creek (South Fork)	
Kaslo (north) 	
Kaslo (south)  _	
Krao 	
Little Slocan  * --
Lemon Creek ... 	
I .ardeau-Gerrard 	
Meadow Creek	
Nakusp (east) 	
Nakusp streets 	
Nelson-Kaslo 	
$21,344.27
8,220.65
Carried forward.
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$259.59
$259.59
$649.02
921.14
1,570.16
273.22
1,170.68
1,443.90
31.50
304.54
336 04
11.69
735.82
747.51
240.65
240.65
24.73
310.00
334.73
15.21
422.82
438.03
7.99
496.87
504.86
275.55
225.52
501.07
388.88
647.84
1,036.72
460.66
460.66
809.33
1,563.35
2,372.68
332.30
332.30
69.20
442.63
511.83
837.24
4,163.42
5.000.66
4,691.14
4.061.26
8,752.40
59.43
237.00
296.43
196.29
950.21
1,146.50
9.36
313.14
322.50
261.21
261.21.
400.00
496.70
896.70
176.17
176.17
4,893.10
8,212.36
13,105.46
264.90
263.95
264.90
263.95
885.43
1,392.95
2,278.38
2,364.69
12,594.82
14,959.51
$17,154.21
$41,664.29
$58,818.50   $29,564.92 N 98
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
Reg.
226
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterment
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General.
Brought forward     $17,154.21    $41,664.29
No.
Perrv's Back Road                     ____        ___     _        ____             712.16
s: Roads,
Total.
$58,818.50
712.16
1,075.70
236.61
53,261.47
230.84
361.21
673.13
444.51
14.66
2,475.08
667.00
9,512.37
1,849.22
3,234.99
797.86
174.90
5,504.22
$29,564.92
241.
Sandon-Three Forks
983.59             92.11
236.61
17,037.87      36,223.60
            230.84
244.
246.
253.
Shakespeare Avenue 	
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway	
Straloff 	
Slocan City (west)      _ _
256.
240.00           121.21
357.96           315.17
36.36           408.15
              14.66
826.31        1,648.77
    ___           667.00
258
Slocan River    __         	
273.
78R
Upper Brouse	
Nelson-Kaslo (arterial)       „ _
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Barrel Account 	
Plant Repair and Rental Accounts-
Plant and tools         __   ____      _ _
         9,512.37
         1,849.22
3,234.99
Garage Account   _ _
Unissued stores   ___                   _ _
_       ....           797.86
Unemployment Insurance Stamps _.__
Supervision      	
_       ...           174.90
         5,504.22
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, 1
Vote 187 (a)— B
Arrow Park	
$36,636.30 $103,405.13 $140,041.43
rails, and Streets	
140,041.43
16.
mdges: Maintenance.
$1,046.40
160.23
177.39
166.10
227.07
3,267.85
274.72
209.52
425.36
2,496.98
255.84
1,139.43
820.68
294.29
185.19
572.82
170.76
232.87
150.49
5,799.49
475.46
605.63
2,322.65
564.72
5,197.75
1,787.28
26
Arrow Park " J "	
30.
Arrow Park " N "	
53.
Brouse      _        	
206.
Bjerkness     _
56.
Canning   .     	
303.
Dog Creek            _ _ 	
93.
Four Mile " B "        	
99
Galena Farm 	
295.
Gold Creek 	
284.
Lemon Creek 	
213.
McAllister   	
298.
New Denver  .   ___
215
Passmore     ...__     	
291.
Rocky Canyon 	
299
Roseberv           	
306.
Stoney Creek __   	
136.
Three Forks    	
235.
Upner Gold Creek	
344
Vallican	
208
Woodbury 	
305
Walker	
342,
Winlaw  . ,  	
82
Whatchan Lower	
147
Zwicky "A"	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)_„___
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:
Vote 187
Arrow Park (east and west)	
Maintenance  __
29,026.97
1
(a)—Ferries.
$8,718.05
9,823.09
2
Needles-Fauquier 	
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries
Carried forward	
18,541.14
$217,174.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 99
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $217,174.46
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Reg. No.
137.    Hewitt Mine         _ $140.05
262.    Enterprise (Ten Mine) Creek  5,300.00
249.    Standard-Mammoth Mine   1,000.00
275.    Victor Mine        —_       50.00
566.    Trail to Hinckley Group  125.00
248.    Springer Creek   1,049.15
688.    Trail to Northern Light Group  263.08
155.    Jackson Basin       149.27
181.    Lemon Creek (Chapleau Creek)  1,656.25
67.    Road to Dumac Mines, Limited  1,750.00
214.    North Fork of Carpenter Creek (bridge over Seaton Creek at
Three Forks)   1,139.95
137.    Hewitt Mine Road to Van Roi Mine  1,809.23
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  14,431.98
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District       $231,606.44
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
194.    Squamish-Britannia     $244.77
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $244.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway (Cache Creek Section)       $2,455.60
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads  2,455.60
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
10.    Cariboo Road  (Miles 57-70)     $29,306.56
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  29,306.56
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946." Sec. 2 (d) :
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
175.    P.E. Gold   $500.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (d) :
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  500.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
(Increases awarded to Contractors.)
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Spences Bridge-Cache Creek     $16,015.02
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads   - 16,015.02
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
10.    Cariboo Road, Cache Creek-Clinton  (Mile 57)       $2,196.24
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys   2,196.24
Carried forward         $50,718.19 N 100 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward         $50,718.19
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
REG. No. Snow-removal. General. Total.
1.    Trans-Canada  Highway   $557.17 $11,170.76 $11,727.93
10.    Cariboo     2,094.60 17,323.68 19,418.28
12a. Lytton-Lillooet     2,656.45 5,282.66 7,939.11
12b. Lillooet-Clinton     826.99 5,464.60 6,291.59
18.    Ashcroft-Cache Creek   100.20 593.79 693.99
27.    Basque Siding        693.41 693.41
29.    Big Bar   190.06 178.30 368.36
32.    Big Bar Lake   173.80 70.88 244.68
36. Bonaparte Valley   129.83 1,496.95 1,626.78
37. Botanie  Creek   336.00 817.26 1,153.26
40.    Bridge River   13,054.38 18,689.37 31,743.75
43.    Britannia street        864.27 864.27
50. Cayoosh Creek      __.  .    326.98 326.98
51. Cleveland    368.35 139.75 508.10
53.    Clinton streets        664.88 634.88
56.    Cornwall         1,350.87 1,350.87
59.    Canyon        341.36 341.36
79.    57-Mile-Williams Lake   1,188.49 791.41 1,979.90
81.    Fountain Valley   758.92 7,303.49 8,062.41
89. Green Lake   1,339.21 824.49 2,163.70
90. Gun Lake   240.97 218.71 459.68
92.    Gun Creek   1,054.09 93.61 1,147.70
101.    Hat Creek        653.04 653.04
119.    Jones-Dickey    369.00 4,075.52 4,444.52
126.    Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek  3,156.73 6,699.42 9,856.15
133. Lillooet—Seton Lake   15.50 280.50 296.00
134. Lillooet streets   269.30 14.70 284.00
145.    Marble  Canyon   909.42 1,049.60 1,959.02
147.    Mound    44.00 210.83 254.83
162. North Bonaparte   2,113.70 5,664.02 7,777.72
163. North Fork   654.15 5,016.30 5,670.45
171. Pemberton Meadows  :  1,635.05 2,757.14 4,392.19
172. Pemberton  Portage    191.39 3,580.55 3,771.94
175. P.E. Gold        413.68 413.68
176. Pudney         368.57 368.57
181.    Robertson          385.92 385.92
188.    Seton Lake   395.58 32.03 427.61
194. Squamish-Britannia          274.01 274.01
195. Squamish streets   19.36 1,883.81 1,903.17
195E. Squamish   (Second Avenue)         _  1,489.32 1,489.32
195j.  Squamish (Cleveland Avenue)         2,315.87 2,315.87
196. Squamish Valley   47.08 7,208.28 7,255.36
202.    Tyaughton Lake   598.56      598.56
210.    Watch  Lake-Green  Lake  125.55 47.48 173.03
229. Yalakom     3,664.24 7,638.90 11,303.14
230. Youngs Lake   85.70 93.59 179.29
Sundry roads (units under $150) ______ 295.87 1,672.76 1,968.63
Plant and tools        2,197.99 2,197.99
Supervision           3,678.34 3,678.34
$39,659.69 $134,403.65 $174,063.34
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         174,063.34
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
4.    Gold  Mine  :  $432.45
9.    Oregon Jack No. 2  207.00
17.    Fifty-one Mile   2,023.97
37.    Lillooet Suspension   3,984.47
109.    Cedar      264.89
122.    Cadwallader     159.30
126.    Burkholder     1,461.86
Carried forward ._       $8,533.94      $224,781.53 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 101
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward !  $8,533.94      $224,781.53
Reg. No.
219.    Tezas Creek No. 1  657.19
292.    Bridge River  459.30
301.    Mamquam     2,222.87
321.    Ryan      373.54
399.    Stawamus   339.16
410. Halfway               __ 649.90
411. Johnny Coy  .. 757.60
486.    Bralorne    241.03
492.    Nyes     292.84
Bridges generally  271.79
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  876.82
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  15,675.98
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
45. Pavilion   :  $1,533.94
46. Big Bar   1,513.42
48. High Bar   1,536.47
49. Lytton     2,164.74
Ferries generally   165.74
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Ferries  6,914.31
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway      $95,968.83
56.    Cornwall Road        17,021.98
195j. Cleveland Avenue, Squamish        13,624.38
Total, Vote 187  (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways         126,615.19
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
229.    Yalakom  (extension to Blue Creek)  $10,907.16
44.    Blue Creek   3,092.84
Tyax Quicksilver   241.52
456.    Goat Creek   600.00
202.    Tvaughton Lake __..        1,000.00
Alta Creek Road to Bog Iron Ore   1,675.91
106.    Hillstake     765.28
Fountain View Mine Road  1,000.00
Sundry mining roads and trails (units under $150)  150.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  19,432.71
Total expenditure, Lillooet District       $393,419.72
MACKENZIE DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
111.    Lund Road (Proiect No. 54)           $7,441.20
137.    Thunder Bay (Project No. 54)    ,       13,820.53
281.    Gibson-Sechelt (Project No. 55)       35,400.63
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads      '    $56,662.36
Carried forward         $56,662.36
PROVINCIAL LIBRA**,
VICTORIA, B. a N 102
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward
Vote 187 (a)
$56,662.36
Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg.
17.
146.
390.
50.
25.
252N
271.
9.
33.
174.
230.
1.
2.
175.
3.
134.
4.
5.
96r.
155.
22.
177.
281.
272.
6.
224.
33.
36.
101.
129.
291.
111.
333.
102.
467.
95r.
96r.
97r.
3.
293.
19.
257.
104.
295.
296.
237.
133
70r.
273.
301.
310.
303.
256.
10.
210.
314.
337.
154.
56.
107.
137.
No.
Adams (Bowen Island)_
Allan 	
Arthur (Gambier Island)	
Atnarko-Sugar Camp 	
Avalon Bay (Gambier Island)	
. B.C. Cement (Texada Island)	
Beach 	
Bella Coola .  	
Bella Coola Trail (sidewalk)	
Blubber Bay (Texada Island)	
Boyle 	
Bowen Island Trunk (Bowen Island)
Carter Road   (Bowen Island)	
Central (Texada)  	
Cowan (Bowen Island)	
Cranberry Lake 	
Dorman (Bowen Island)	
Eagle Cliff (Bowen Island)	
First Avenue 	
Fourth Avenue 	
Gambier Harbour (Gambier Island)
Gillies Bay (Texada Island)	
Gibson-Sechelt 	
Gower Point _..__ 	
Grafton (Bowen Island)	
Haslam Lake 	
Hood Point (Bowen Island)	
Keats Island (Keats Island)	
Lake (Lasqueti Island) 	
Lennis  (Lasqueti Island)	
Lower  	
Lund            	
Madera Park 	
Main 	
Mainland 	
Manson    	
Marine Drive 	
Marine Drive 	
Martin Valley 	
Mason   	
Miller (Bowen Island)	
Millicheap (Lasqueti Island)	
Mine   (Lasqueti  Island)	
North 	
Northwest Bay  	
Ocean View 	
Padgett    	
. Pender Harbour Highway	
Port Mellon 	
Reed      	
Redroofs 	
Salmon Arm
Savary Island (Savary Island).
Scarborough (Bowen Island)	
School .   	
Sechelt-Pender Harbour 	
Sechelt Inlet	
Stuart Island (Stuart Island)___
Sugar Camp Precipice	
Sutherland   	
Thunder Bay 	
Snow-removal. General.
  $220.27
  177.03
  263.05
  465.65
  167.52
  410.00
  461.29
$253.27 15,501.14
  1,788.28
  2,044.65
  195.82
  2,805.59
  187.24
  295.87
  616.46
  1,533.00
  187.78
  530.83
  400.89
  230.21
  308.13
  3,762.08
  4,967.39
  621.33
  1,130.98
  151.44
  702.73
  495.62
  1,286.08
  283.37
  534.72
  3,010.07
  311.82
  4,710.92
  320.57
  656.86
  448.16
  1,647.49
  493.40
  205.24
  190.00
  255.96
  201.72
  320.24
  644.08
  758.40
  1,873.32
  862.78
  423.00
  3,130.91
  668.20
  161.04
  242.82
  788.56
  282.91
  7,380.56
  1,265.55
  633.44
  172.26
  440.04
  4,653.50
Total.
$220.27
177.03
263.05
465.65
167.52
410.00
461.29
15,754.41
1,788.28
2,044.65
195.82
2,805.59
187.24
295.87
616.46
1,533.00
187.78
530.83
400.89
230.21
308.13
3,762.08
4,967.39
621.33
1,130.98
151.44
702.73
495.62
1,286.08
283.37
534.72
3,010.07
311.82
4,710.92
320.57
656.86
448.16
1,647.49
493.40
205.24
190.00
255.96
201.72
320.24
644.08
758.40
1,873.32
862.78
423.00
3,130.91
668.20
161.04
242.82
788.56
282.91
7,380.56
1,265.55
633.44
172.26
440.04
4,653.50
Carried forward.
$253.27    $79,880.26    $80,133.53        $56,662.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 103
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
103.    Tucker Bay  .	
21.    West Bay 	
315.    White  ...   __
468.    Williamson's 	
122.    Zulinsky 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Garage Account	
Plant Repair and Rental Account   _
 (Credit, $4,156)
Plant and tools	
Barrel Account ... 	
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance) 	
Supervision  	
Snow-removal.
$253.27
101.
269.
108.
416.
278.
13.
195.
205.
16.
15.
124.
100.
56.
111.
295.
274.
128.
47.
48.
135.
420.
308.
52.
156.
General.
$79,880.26
162.52
193.93
279.42
365.84
225.00
2,897.25
749.24
3,892.55
3,709.00
189.50
3,012.95
Total.
$80,133.53
162.52
193.93
279.42
365.84
225.00
2,897.25
749.24
3,892.55
3,709.00
189.50
3,012.95
$253.27    $91,401.46    $91,654.73
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Bernard 	
Camp 	
Cannery      	
Cline No. 2	
Crowe  	
Edwards Creek 	
Giles 	
Grant Road No. 2	
Grant Road No. 6	
Grant Road No. 3	
Grief Point  	
Hammer  	
Kingston 	
Lois Creek 	
Mission 	
Phillips   	
Powell River _   	
Saugstad No. 2	
Saugstad No. 3	
Siverson  	
Snootchley  	
Steinbrunner 	
Thorsen No. 2	
Wolfson Creek _   	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$168.96
560.97
193.33
200.28
846.35
327.16
231.83
251.64
734.99
437.56
1,258.42
223.55
242.75
908.56
1,286.75
154.81
204.84
1,579.03
1,710.02
400.00
264.76
685.12
1,398.98
1,209.18
1,149.33
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
2.    Hagensborg-Salloomt      $1,505.37
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
96r. Manson Road and First Street
97r. Marine  	
137.    Thunder Bay  	
281.    Gibson-Sechelt  ,-
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District	
$256.22
148.42
40.52
92.60
$56,662.36
91,654.73
16,629.17
1,505.37
537.76
$166,989.39 N 104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Roads.
Reg. No.
234.    North Road        $1,009.63
71.
523.
220.
504.
90.
505.
22.
503.
108.
74.
110.
106.
107.
12.
20.
648.
167.
113.
205.
115.
112.
648.
311.
506.
438.
217.
116.
64.
19.
122.
121.
72.
56.
510.
444.
549.
62.
550.
156.
170.
462.
82.
178.
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
$1,009.63
116.    Fulford-Ganges
151.    Vesuvius   	
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946,
Roads   	
$470.95
178.01
Sec. 2  (a) :
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Garages.
Nanaimo shop and garage       $1,369.92
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Garages 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.
General.
Arbutus    	
Blythe Street .	
Berry Point   (Gabriola Island)	
Bruce Avenue  ...  ....   ...   	
Boulder  (South Pender Island)	
Bush    	
Bittaincourt  (Saltspring Island)	
Brechin         	
Bodewell-Curtis (Saltspring Island)
Bedwell Harbour (Pender Island) ...
Burgoyne Bay  (Saltspring Island)__
Beddis   (Saltspring Island)	
Beaver Point  (Saltspring Island)....
Blackburn   (Saltspring Island)	
Cemetery   (Galiano Island)	
Chesterlea   _   	
Clam Bay  (Pender Island)--.	
Cranberry   (Saltspring Island)	
Churchill   (Saltspring Island)	
Cusheon Lake (Saltspring Island) -
Collins-Crofton   (Saltspring Island)
Chelsea Street 	
Departure Bay 	
Eberts Street 	
East Wellington    ___.. 	
Ellis   (Galiano  Island)	
Fulford-Ganges (Saltspring Island)
Fernhill   (Mayne Island).—	
Foster Street .._     .	
Ganges (upper) (Saltspring Island)
Ganges (lower)   (Saltspring Island)
Georgina Point  (Mayne Island)	
Gulf Road  (Galiano Island)	
Hunter Street 	
Hillcrest Avenue 	
Hamilton Avenue  	
Horton Bay   (Mayne Island)	
Howard Avenue 	
Island Highway 	
Isabella Point  (Saltspring Island)...
Jingle Pot 	
James Point  (Pender Island)	
Jackson Avenue (Saltspring Island)
Carried forward	
$52.98
30.55
19.81
648.96
1,369.92
$616.52
639.93
$616.52
639.93
407.21
407.21
356.87
356.87
291.48
291.48
264.57
264.57
492.84
492.84
656.95
656.95
275.11
275.11
512.29
512.29
164.70
164.70
480.01
480.01
1,857.49
263.49
1,857.49
263.49
198.35
198.35
220.88
220.88
323.95
323.95
722.74
722.74
183.95
183.95
351.18
351.18
224.36
224.36
289.18
289.18
905.71
905.71
694.65
694.65
815.64
815.64
494.97
494.97
3,154.32
633.20
3,207.30
633.20
357.75
357.75
294.98
294.98
551.69
551.69
381.48
381.48
322.91
322.91
430.31
430.31
902.35
902.35
371.58
371.58
535.63
535.63
695.41
695.41
2,083.40
352.30
2,113.95
352.30
1,480.11
394.75
1,499.92
394.75
183.73
183.73
$103.34    $25,865.12    $25,968.46
$3,028.51 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 105
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        Genei
Brought forward  $103.34    $25,865.12    $25,968.46 $3,028.51
Reg. No.
14.    Kanaka   (Saltspring Island)	
306.    Lighthouse Trail  (Saturna Island)_.
114.    Langs   (Saltspring Island)	
520. Morpeth Street 	
569. Millston Avenue  	
473.    Maxey      	
58.    Main  (Galiano Island)	
162.    Montague   (Galiano Island)	
570. Moyse Street _ 	
132.    Mansell  (Saltspring Island)	
177.    McPhillips   Avenue   (Saltspring  Island)  	
432.    Northfield  ....     	
234.    North   (Gabriola  Island)	
494.    Northfield School 	
135.    North End  (Saltspring Island)	
519.    Northumberland Avenue _.	
94. Narvaez Bay   (Saturna Island)	
511. Oakley Street	
83. Otter Bay  (Pender Island)	
96. Payne  (Saturna Island)	
85. Port Washington (Pender Island) ____
95. Page Point (Saturna Island)	
588. Park Avenue          	
87. Razor Point  (Pender Island)	
597. Rosehill Avenue	
138. Rainbow   (Saltspring Island) 	
140. Robinson   (Saltspring Island)	
411. Rosstown       	
521. Sunderland Street 	
89. South Otter Bay  (Pender Island)    -
524. St. Andrew's Street 	
70. Southey Point  (Saltspring Island) _
238. South Road  (Gabriola Island)	
605. Seventh  Street 	
606. Shepherd  Street 	
528. St. David Street	
143. Scott   (Saltspring  Island)	
546. Stewart Avenue 	
649. St. George Street 	
240. Taylor Bay  (Gabriola Island)	
632. Townsite Road 	
512. Tvne  Street
150. Tahoney   (Saltspring  Island)	
102.    Thetis Road   (Thetis Island)	
151. Vesuvius   (Saltspring Island)	
152. Walker Hook  (Saltspring Island)....
635.    Waddingron   	
69.    Wallace   (Pender Island)	
440.    Westwood  	
538.    Watfield Avenue 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)_.__.
Unissued Stores Account	
Barrel Account 	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account ____
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)         72.03 72.03
Supervision  :              2,584.33        2,584.33
$179.87    $74,361.85    $74,541.72
Snow-removal.   General.
$103.34 $25,865.12
     759.01
Total.
$25,968.46
759.01
     182.36
182.36
     636.44
...       740.28
636.44
740.28
533.82
533.82
     472.29
    5,530.42
472.29
5,530.42
___       821.92
821.92
     183.81
183.81
     448.00
448.00
      271.86
271.86
     682.55
682.55
15.84   1,052.87
     714.19
19.49   1,086.92
     235.48
1,068.71
714.19
1,106.41
235.48
2,076.79
2,076.79
...      278.66
278.66
... .       331.80
331.80
     186.27
186.27
      767.01
767.01
      272.58
272.58
289.10
289.10
173.16
173.16
      402.72
402.72
     470.73
     184.57
     180.38
470.73
184.57
180.38
     915.05
915.05
     269.98
269.98
     443.99
443.99
     824.08
26.74   1,348.17
323.86
824.08
1,374.91
323.86
427.91
427.91
      487.92
487.92
      401.86
401.86
1,666.91
1,666.91
...      542.78
542.78
      157.41
157.41
184.84
184.84
...      323.46
323.46
340.86
340.86
285.51
285.51
14.46    709.92
     245.16
724.38
245.16
1,054.96
1,054.96
252.76
252.76
     718.74
718.74
     387.67
387.67
    5,491.36
5,491.36
    1,908.64
     600.08
__     3,173.32
1,908.64
600.08
3,173.32
    2,421.38
2,421.38
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  74,541.72
Carried forward         $77,570.23 N 106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward         $77,570.23
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
5.    Gourley   .  $269.34
49.    Jingle Pot   1,391.75
7.    Millstone    2,333.12
109.    Pearson     301.26
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  164.70
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  4,460.17
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
Fulford-Swartz Bay        $8,137.30
Gabriola Island Ferry         7,274.43
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  15,411.73
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
106. Beddis   (Saltspring Island) :__ $1,041.31
107. Beaver Point (Saltspring Island)  1,200.38
503. Brechin     553.54
504. Bruce Avenue   328.90
505. Bush Street  130.50
438. East Wellington   1,639.54
522. Eighth Street   261.00
116. Fulford-Ganges   (Saltspring Island)  6,241.79
120. Fernwood   (Saltspring Island)  585.45
121. Ganges  (lower)   (Saltspring Island) ._  352.23
548. Harewood Avenue   917.95
549. Hamilton Avenue    182.70
550. Howard Avenue   861.20
552. Holly Avenue   125.85
156. Island Highway   676.03
177. McPhillips Avenue  (Saltspring Island)  211.60
135. North End  (Saltspring Island)  570.83
432. Northfield    1,527.92
588. Park Avenue     1,058.10
138. Rainbow   (Saltspring  Island)  109.35
597. Rosehill Avenue   590.83
605. Seventh Street   417.60
604. Sixth Street   417.60
151. Vesuvius  (Saltspring Island)  1,738.02
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  __ 21,740.22
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District       $119,182.35
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
235.    Nelson-Nelway (Ymir-Salmo Section)—        $3,841.67
1.    Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay   516.44
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $4,358.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
1.    Creston-Arrow Creek      $45,233.78
235.    Nelson-Nelway (Hall Creek)       29,619.18
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads   74,852.96
Carried forward         $79,211.07
J STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 107
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward         $79,211.07
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
1.    Kootenay Bay-Gray Creek  $107,868.44
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads         107,868.44
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
161.    Nelson-Nelway  (No. 11)     $10,649.29
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  10,649.29
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
30.    Blewett   $252.75
1.    Castlegar-Nelson   688.61
72.    Creston-Summit   234.81
106.    Fairview streets   1,528.68
1.    Gray Creek-Creston   703.85
139.    Harrop-Procter   164.55
143.    Heddle   235.67
1.    Nelson-Balfour    1,003.68
233. Nelson-Ferry West   188.69
234. Nelson-Kaslo  ,  282.73
235. Nelson-Nelway   700.88
289.    Rosemont streets   673.07
310.    Silver King   331.94
249.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes   176.31
316.    South Nelson   323.14
Sundry roads   1,810.99
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads   9,300.35
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Ferries.
New Harrop-Longbeach Ferry     $259.50
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Ferries    259.50
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.
1. Kootenay Bay-Gray Creek  38,396.18
1. Gray Creek-Kuskanook    73,546.70
1. Goat River-Goatfell   84,318.31
235. Nelson-Nelway (Hall Creek)  109,320.89
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads          305,582.08
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2(a): Roads.
(Increases awarded to Contractors.)
1.    Creston-Arrow Creek         $5,754.81
1.    Kootenay Bay-Gray Creek       82,210.53
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads   87,965.34
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Ferries.
Nelson Ferry (construction of new ferry-boat)     $82,713.73
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Ferries :.. 82,713.73
Carried forward       $683,549.80 N 108
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
1.    Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay	
235. Nelson-Nelway  (Ymir-Salmo)
$1,310.98
60.22
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys 	
Reg,
5.
7.
18.
24.
28.
30.
32.
48.
49.
50.
1.
59.
62.
63.
65.
67.
1.
68.
71.
72.
74.
83.
96.
97.
106.
122.
1.
124.
134.
139.
141.
147.
161.
178.
194.
196.
197.
199.
200.
228.
1.
233.
234.
235.
236.
251.
261.
269.
275.
276.
Vote 187 (a)-
No.
Arlington 	
Arrow Creek (west) ...
Balfour Beach 	
Bealby 	
Bevan  	
Blewett   	
Bonnington 	
Campbell 	
Canyon City 	
Canyon-Porthill 	
Castlegar-Nelson 	
Columbia River 	
Connel 	
Corn Creek 	
Cory 	
Crawford Creek 	
Creston-Erickson 	
Creston-Goatfell  	
Creston-Goat River —
Creston-Porthill 	
Creston-Summit 	
Creston-Wynndel 	
Davies Subdivision .„.
Deanshaven  	
Elsie Holmes 	
Emerald 	
Fairview streets 	
Granite Siding 	
Gray Creek-Creston
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets.
Roads,
Snow-removal.
Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay .
Hall Creek-Fern 	
Harrop-Procter 	
Haskings   (east)  	
Hill   	
Indian 	
Knox      	
Lindsay	
Lister Settlement 	
Little 	
Longbeach   	
Lost Creek 	
Lyons Pit 	
McMurtrie   	
Nelson-Balfour  	
Nelson Ferry (west)	
Nelson-Kaslo 	
Nelson-Nelway 	
Nick's Island 	
Pass Creek	
Pump 	
Queen's Bay Settlement	
Radio Beam 	
Reclamation 	
$683,549.80
1,371.20
$228.90
$100.00
$328.90
460.14
1,224.25
1,684.39
111.75
125.11
236.86
31.73
146.65
178.38
5.65
235.26
240.91
1,616.61
1,096.37
2,712.98
94.21
138.67
232.88
40.55
464.55
505.10
65.51
368.91
434.42
605.06
3,996.13
4,601.19
4,858.31
7,898.87
12,757.18
461.42
295.45
756.87
54.40
215.13
269.53
47.04
1,455.96
1,503.00
75.43
116.01
191.44
1,524.46
1,524.46
700.73
2,807.12
3,507.85
3,409.06
6,834.75
10,243.81
11.21
202.84
214.05
276.94
1,753.27
2,030.21
796,33
9,137.06
9,933.39
524.31
2,972.49
3,496.80
220.00
220.00
193.92
193.92
66.41
127.18
193.59
70.61
943.27
1,013.88
374.65
7,371.96
7,746.61
25.97
185.91
211.88
2,977.83
10,619.78
13,597.61
2,444.01
1,808.27
4,252.28
134,28
165.83
300.11
592.13
1,023.30
1,615.43
53.89
369.01
422.90
11.80
344.06
355.86
280.00
280.00
178.10
153.51
331.61
217.33
117.32
334.65
6,353.52
6,353.52
68.83
167.43
236.26
110.47
225.09
335.56
763.02
763.02
448.00
448.00
8.60
226.74
235.34
2,629.72
20,048.46
22,678.18
50.36
1,763.77
1,814.13
2,024.28
2,392.54
4,416.82
9,770.54
8,380.18
18,150.72
	
1,299.59
1,299.59
431.51
742.74
1,174.25
88.84
156.05
244.89
86.06
95.45
181.51
90.54
348.62
439.16
81.09
4,310.44
4,391.53
$37,063.14 $114,754.27 $151,817.41  $684,921.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 109
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $37,063.14 $114,754.27 $151,817.41      $684,921.00
Reg. No.
279.    Riondel             643.24           162.45 805.69
283.    Riverview                   271.94 271.94
288. Rosebud Lake                  862.66 862.66
289. Rosemont streets             685.16           808.95 1,494.11
Salmo River bank-protection          ____        1,587.13 1,587.13
299.    Salmo Trail          1,037.83        1,646.62 2,684.45
301.    Samuelson             116.41           645.67 762.08
303.    Second Relief         ____          663.93 663.93
306.    Sheep Creek             945.07           861.32 1,806.39
310.    Silver King             119.91           143.08 262.99
349.    Slocan-Arrow Lake          1,734.36        2,939.21 4,673.57
316.    South Nelson streets            490.47        1,247.75 1,738.22
320.    Sproule Creek             108.84           305.22 414.06
323.    Stocks Jackson                 40.74           228.20 268.94
334. Tooze ___               61.10           598.73 659.83
335. Trail-Pend d'Oreille _             243.37        7,110.98 7,354.35
341.    Uri                  900.22 900.22
355.    Wadds             104.59           152.86 257.45
361.    Wigen                51.15           247.21 298.36
363.    Wildhorse               36.71           163.62 200.33
365.    Wilson                         305.00 305.00
45r. Canyon (Creston Arterial Highway)              56.94        2,421.55 2,478.49
Sundry roads             2,567.82        3,570.30 6,138.12
Plant Repair and Rental Account _..__                992.12 992.12
Plant and tools              4,991.36 4,991.36
Supervision, Creston                 361.76 361.76
Unemployment Insurance stamps :_                562.74 562.74
Unissued stores                398.80 398.80
Nelson garage               7,494.05 7,494.05
$46,106.85 $157,399.70 $203,506.55
Total, Vote 187  (a)— Roads, Trails, and Streets         203,506.55
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
1.    Arrow Creek (west) No. 1  $160.20
20.    Boyer No. 1     . .._       ..    699.23
36. Castlegar-Nelson No. 2   6,940.82
37. Castlegar-Nelson No. 3  3,698.11
38. Castlegar-Nelson No. 4   515.52
49. Creston-Goatfell No. 3 ..  154.80
50. Creston-Goatfall No. 4  403.31
51. Creston-Goatfell No. 5  189.01
54.    Creston-Porthill No. 2  528.70
90. Gray Creek-Creston No. 9   321.90
91. Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay No. 1  157.20
93.    Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay No. 3  15,879.55
127.    Lindsay No. 1      —     1,075.03
147. Nelson-Balfour No. 2   493.04
148. . Nelson-Balfour No. 3   200.00
198.    Reclamation No. 1  158.76
205.    Riondel No. 1   900.00
234.    Slocan Park No. 1  293.58
259.    Wesco No. 1.    175.74
Sundry bridges   3,021.98
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance ■  35,966.48
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
Kootenay Lake      $61,609.61
Nelson ___..         22,255.01
Carried forward     $83,864.62      $924,394.03 N 110 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries—Continued.
Brought forward     $83,864.62      $924,394.03
Nelson Ferry Trailer  1,669.11
Tug " Eleanor "   2,437.55
Harrop-Longbeach    9,788.40
West Creston   9,281.46
Nick's Island   5,158.08
Slocan River  514.30
Sundry ferries   139.52
Balfour Landing   6,808.49
Kootenay Bay Landing  6,226.19
New Harrop-Longbeach Ferry  4,086.99
Total, Vote 187 (a)— Ferries ___.         129,974.71
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
Reg. No.
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  $134,221.50
235.    Nelson-Nelway        27,028.01
45r. Canyon (Creston Arterial Highway)         3,323.91
Total, Vote 187 (6)  Hard-surfacing of Highways         164,573.42
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
1.    Castlegar-Nelson  (Nelson City)       $6,010.92
45r. Canyon (Creston Village)       23,731.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  29,741.92
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
North Fork of Wildhorse Creek       $3,338.50
Pend d'Oreille River         6,666.67
Boundary Trail to Copper Queen   102.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  10,107.17
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District    $1,258,791.25
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Streets in District Lot 172
Plant and tools 	
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$12.95
$9,234.27
705.00
$9,247.22
705.00
$12.95      $9,939.27      $9,952.22
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  $9,952.22
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Lulu Island Bridge (City of New Westminster)      $15,000.00
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance   15,000.00
Total expenditure, New Westminster District        $24,952.22 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 111
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
Reg. No.
4.    Seymour Creek      $34,355.00
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges   34,355.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a) :
Roads.
73a. Dollarton Highway (primary)         $1,526.79
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads    1,526.79
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads.
73a. Dollarton Highway  (primary)         $2,297.76
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) :
Roads     2,297.76
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads.
66a. Marine Drive   (primary)     $8.49
67a. Marine Drive   (primary)            6,425.88
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads     6,434.37
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
89R. Cloverleaf  (arterial)    $426.19
Plant and tools   15.00
Warehouse-site   375.00
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets   816.19
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
66a. Marine Drive   (primary)     $422.55
67a. Marine Drive  (primary)     15,936.88
7lA. Nelson Avenue  (primary)    687.82
72a. Chatham, Royal, and Bay Avenues (primary)  53.60
73a. Dollarton Highway  (primary)  3,241.29
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways          20,342.14
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Classified.
2. Capilano         $3,857.35
3. Reserve   :         4,051.19
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Classified   7,908.54
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
67a. Marine Drive  (primary)        $12,197.03
73a. Dollarton Highway  (primary)           3,368.76
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways   15,565.79
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District          $89,246.58
OAK BAY DISTRICT.
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
109b. Beach Drive __   $841.39
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways   $841.39
Total expenditure, Oak Bay District  $841.39 N 112
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (NORTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Reg. No.
65.    Kamloops-Vernon Highway  (Duck Meadows)   $1,253.33
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5  (Armstrong-Enderby)  5,942.72
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5 (Armstrong-Vernon)  357.30
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5       $2,292.04
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
88.    Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6  (Project 26)  $50,714.44
63r. Okanagan Highway No. 5  (Project 27)  41,877.03
102.    Okanagan   Highway   No.   5    (Armstrong-Enderby   Section,
Project 46)    183,766.44
18.
4.
30.
31.
28.
34.
39.
37.
74.
36.
49.
60.
184.
64.
65.
66.
70.
75.
73.
178.
81.
94.
102.
97.
100.
134.
107.
129.
121.
189.
122.
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads  	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Surveys.
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5  (Armstrong-Enderby)       $1,962.51
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5  (Armstrong-Vernon)         5,315.18
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5  (Vernon-Kelowna)          7,650.20
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Anderson   	
Bella Vista ...	
Commonage  	
Creighton Valley 	
Cameron's Point 	
Deep Creek 	
Enderby-Grindrod ......
East Vernon _    _.
Enderby-Mabel Lake
Eastside        	
Grandview Bench  	
Headgates	
Hartnell   	
Irish Creek 	
Kamloops   	
Kedleston  _ 	
L. & A.
Lumby-Mabel Lake ...
Lumby streets 	
Middle Bench 	
McGinnis  	
North Fork      	
Okanagan Highway No. 5
Okanagan Landing 	
Oyama   	
Puckett   _._.. 	
Rollings Lake 	
Sue:ar Lake 	
Shuswap River 	
Sherbourne Avenue 	
Sigalet Cut-off 	
$7,553.35
2,292.04
276,357.91
14,927.89
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
$2,821.93
$2,821.93
517.49
517.49
$211.63
670.07
881.70
737.77
1,688.13
2,425.90
26.17
423.23
449.40
591.20
637.33
1,228.53
148.98
1,530.34
1,679.32
423.92
522.80
946.72
1,007.24
7,277.75
8,284.99
459.02
459.02
503.23
950.64
1,453.87
60.59
157.59
218.18
120.24
184.56
304.80
158,14
158.14
487.73
3,692.35
4,180.08
328.87
917.54
1,246.41
205.07
1,279.97
1,485.04
440.98
2,937.42
3,378.40
92.15
128.24
220.39
239.23
239.23
137.26
230.57
367.83
263.49
358.57
622.06
1,479.15
32,224.73
33,703.88
71.91
27,058.13
27,130.04
348.66
3,544.81
3,893.47
280.55
280.55
96.15
376.53
472.68
709.00
935.42
1,644.42
343.32
343.32
999.61
999.61
770.96
770.96
$8,649.53
$94,158.83 $102,808.36  $301,131.19 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 113
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (NORTH)— Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.       General. Total.
$94,158.83 $102,808.36      $301,131.19
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
138.    Smith 	
$8,649.53
78.
130
Trans-Canada Highway No. 1	
Trinity Valley __       _
972.90
957.79
131,
Tronson      _____
45.02
177.
Trewhitt   	
Vernon-Slocan No. 6	
Westside	
88.
138,
1,810.59
246.30
139.
Whitevale     	
Sundry roads (units under $150) —
Plant and tools	
Gravel-pits Purchased—
Graham Pit        .
185.70
342.50
Duckett Pit  _.
Bach Pit 	
500.65 500.65
5,832.25 6,805.15
1,025.56 1,983.35
2,128.12 2,173.14
395.81 395.81
6,425.31 8,235.90
4,537.84 4,784.14
658.85 844.55
3,173.34 3,515.84
5,070.36 5,070.36
1,000.00 1,000.00
2,098.00 2,098.00
2,000.00 2,000.00
Machinery   and   plant   (new   equipment)               10,371.13 10,371.13
Annual vacation               1,897.58 1,897.58
Unemployment Insurance stamps—               359.87 359.87
Plant Repair and Rental Account ____
 (Credit, $3,586.54)
Garage Account _.._.(Credit, $404.30)
$13,210.33 $137,642.66 $150,852.99
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         150,852.99
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River  (Spallumcheen Municipality)  $57.48
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)  72.40
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways   129.88
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
3.    Anderson    $1,237.72
9.    Baxters     628.00
179.    Chambres   168.61
20.    Cherry Creek   1,249.55
34.    Eight Mile   493.75
44.    Hembling      172.81
168.    Hardy   461.11
94.    O'Keefe    336.61
98.    Pine Creek  220.60
172.    Riverside   __._   162.58
117.    Six Mile  1,012.34
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  854.33
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  6,998.01
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
73. Lumby streets    $18,896.46
88. Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6  48,651.76
97. Okanagan Landing   43,325.92
102. Okanagan Highway No. 5  95,423.39
103r. Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6  4,393.16
65. Vernon-Kamloops   123.09
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways _____         210,813.78
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (North)       $669,925.85 N 114 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (SOUTH).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Postill-Winfield         $4,327.45
Westbank Ferry Wharf         2,580.00
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys   $6,907.45
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Okanagan Highway (Drought's Hill Section)  .       $6,461.16
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads   6,461.16
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a) : Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank Ferry construction        $3,274.22
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Ferries   3,274.22
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Okanagan  Highway   (McDougall  Creek-Westbank  Section,
Project No. 70)   _._.      $44,780.38
Okanagan Highway   (Postill-Winfield  Section,  Project No.
74)      85,544.17
Okanagan Highway   (Westbank  Ferry Landing-McDougall
Creek Section, Project No. 75)          9,637.53
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads         139,962.08
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
(Increases awarded to Contractors.)
Drought's Hill Section      $18,510.47
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads   18,510.47
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a) :
Surveys.
Postill-Winfield            $3,775.28
Municipality of Peachland   45.01
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys   3,820.29
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
REG. NO. Snow-removaL        General. Total.
1. Okanagan Centre   $256.73      $1,083.20 $1,339.93
2. Camp   142.18           239.43 381.61
5.    Seaton     11.75           193.94 205.69
9.    Glenmore    94.94        1,385.55 1,480.49
15. Woodsdale      4.36           552.38 556.74
16. Woodsdale bottom roads   10.03           400.68 410.71
18.    Beaver Lake   272.84          984.09 1,256.93
20.    McKinley         ____.           298.04 298.04
30.    Old Vernon   108.64        1,324.91 1,433.55
34. Black                   167.34 167.34
35. Bulman  6.28           699.34 705.62
42. Taylor                   483.41 483.41
43. Sexsmith   6.92           389.33 396.25
48.    Rutland    8.76           718.61 727.37
51.    Wallace   23.12          294.39 317.51
54. McKenzie     106.38           552.23 658.61
55. Latta    6.65           550.32 556.97
Carried forward       $1,059.58    $10,317.19    $11,376.77      $178,935.67 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 115
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 187 (a) —Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
57.    Swainson  	
64.    Ziprick   	
66.    Sawmill   	
Snow-removal.
$1,059.58
60.81
5.14
27.16
General.
$10,317.19
726.57
329.93
257.79
4,708.44
916.25
168.76
1,388.68
616.10
156.34
249.46
384.69
409.58
417.09
18,764.39
5,452.48
1,373.74
267.23
654.06
1,620.69
566.19
235.17
2,465.20
734.50
159.25
210.26
179.09
551.21
2,481.52
389.85
694.94
182.60
286.58
204.67
589.03
722.63
5,004.10
2,299.52
211.58
336.47
1,221.80
252.34
287.59
164.34
3,844.59
843.23
397.01
1,238.75
433.50
804.23
370.31
226.69
873.34
199.11
290.23
549.04
568.10
849.94
166.46
1,288.41
265.75
179.63
175.37
Total.
$11,376.77
787.38
335.07
284.95
67.
68
Joe Rich   	
Three Forks 	
374.47
13.84
5,082.91
930.09
71
Philpot      _ ._
10.38
179.14
78
Belgo         	
95.21
1,483.89
639.89
158.34
255.22
80.
81.
82
Hollywood   	
Teasdale  	
Geen   	
23.79
5.76
20.92
92
East Kelowna   	
405.61
96
Butler      -_ _.
32.35
441.93
99.
102.
103.
104.
June Springs 	
Okanagan Highway 	
McCulloch  	
Hart         __..
19.35
1,257.41
488.16
436.44
20,021.80
5,940.64
1,373.74
108.
Wallace Hill 	
Saucier     _     .
267.23
110.
45.43
699.49
111.
Spiers               _    -
185.04
1,805.73
112.
117.
Hall   	
McGee  	
K.L.O.   	
566.19
235.17
118.
230.90
2,696.10
119.
121.
Benvoulin   	
Burtch              	
7.19
741.69
159.25
122.
Byrns                 _   _
210.26
125.
Mayer 	
Gordon   _   __ _                  	
179.09
127.
551.21
128.
Richter Street   	
2,481.52
130.
Caroline    ...    .     	
389.85
132.
Knox Mountain       	
694.94
133.
Lindahl   	
Burne Avenue              	
182.60
138.
286.58
141.
Woodlawn 	
North Street 	
204.67
144.
589.03
145.
149.
West Avenue   	
Lakeshore                 „        _   .
148.92
722.63
5,153.02
150.
152.
Swamp 	
43.11
2,342.63
211.58
153.
DeHart                       	
4.30
340.77
156.
Paret                       _ __          . _
33.35
1,255.15
163.
252.34
164.
166.
Chute Lake 	
Bluebird Camp 	
11.66
299.25
164.34
172.
3,844.59
176.
170.58
1,013.81
182.
397.01
185.
1,238.75
189.
191.
192
Shannon Lake 	
Smith Creek 	
Elliott 	
77.64
112.82
511.14
917.05
370.31
198
226.69
201.
Gellatly                  -~     	
873.34
207.
79.91
279.02
218
290.23
223
549.04
233
568.10
235
849.94
238
166.46
250
Penticton-Naramata 	
1,288.41
251
265.75
305
179.63
306
Goldsmith  	
175.37
$178,935.67
Carried forward       $4,645.18    $83,173.58
7,818.76      $178,935.67 N 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT  (SOUTH)— Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward       $4,645.18    $83,173.58    $87,818.76      $178,935.67
Reg. No.
307.    Blackwood Lane    _        247.12 247.12
312.    Reiswig       318.75 318.75
320. Dickson          451.62 451.62
321. Warren        197.59 197.59
341. Scott        369.69 369.69
342. Patsy         348.94 348.94
40r. Okanagan       Highway       (arterial)
(Peachland Municipality)        2,685.84 2,685.84
4lR. Okanagan       Highway        (arterial)
(Summerland Municipality)   ______             84.84 8,565.41 8,650.25
Mission Creek (protection)         4,500.18 4,500.18
Mission Creek (intake)        1,500.00 1,500.00
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)          380.58 380.58
Roads generally               91.31 1,790.99 1,882.30
Plant and tools        5,998.51 5,998.51
Garage Account        550.47 550.47
Sundry roads  (units under $150)__.__           387.67 5,839.40 6,227.07
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $7,153.24)
5,209.00 $109,765.43 $114,974.43
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets        114,974.43
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
19.    Deep Creek No. 1   $368.94
45.    Chute Creek   644.98
63.    Mission Creek         187.32
70.    Mill Creek No. 8   468.67
90.    Camp Creek No. 6   1,091.32
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   949.86
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  3,711.09
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
Kelowna-Westbank, " Pendozi "      $42,686.71
Kelowna-Westbank, " Lequime "        64,175.03
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries          106,861.74
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
48.    Rutland   $694.45
102.    Okanagan Highway        93,154.51
118.    K.L.O.   672.09
128.    Richter   704.91
138.    Burne       _ 178.28
Mixing Plant 0-6e  (Summerland) (Credit, $1,023.04)
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways   94,381.20
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Kelowna-Vernon (Municipality of Glenmore)    $400.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  400.00
Total expenditure, Okanagan District  (South)         $499,264.13 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 117
OMINECA DISTRICT  (EAST).
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Bridges.
       $3,613.76
Reg. No.
122.    Sinkut
3.
10.
12.
16.
15.
27.
30.
32.
31.
157.
36.
37.
117.
42.
51.
61.
182.
65.
78.
79.
39.
81.
183.
94.
104.
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
51. Hargreaves  	
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway..
81. Nulki-Corkscrew          __
176. Park   	
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake 	
$7.02
3,018.85
15.00
7.92
104.24
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d) :
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
117.    Manson Creek          $241.86
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails	
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
39.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Cluculz Revision)     $18,784.03
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads	
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges.
18.    Nechako River Bridge at Vanderhoof (Reconstruction)  $124,609.33
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Bridges	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Birch  	
Blackwater-Port   Fraser
Braeside  	
Campbell 	
Chowsunket
Endako-Francois
Evans  	
Finmoore (south)  	
Finmoore-Webber Lake
Fort Fraser Ferry  (west)
Lake
Fort Fraser Settlement  (east)	
Fort Fraser-Stella 	
Fort St. James-Germansen Landing
Fraser Lake-Francois Lake	
Hargreaves   	
Lily Lake 	
Loop   	
Mapes 	
Necoslie  	
Nithi River 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Nulki-Corkscrew  	
Pinchi Lake 	
Prairiedale   	
Schaefer  	
Carried forward	
Snow-removal.
General,
Total.
$218.76
$218.76
$61.75
1,267.01
1,328.76
458.87
779.61
1,238.48
377.25
414.50
791.75
276.73
419.11
695.84
134.18
197.76
331.94
603.63
603.63
204.76
204.76
185.00
2,205.30
185.00
104.00
2,309.30
341.25
733.55
1,074.80
146.25
884.48
1,030.73
693.40
860.17
1,553.57
351.24
924.98
1,276.22
37.68
485.98
523.66
274.57
431.51
706.08
326.92
534.65
861.57
92.23
84.07
176.30
119.48
351.01
470.49
265.86
265.86
4,882.90
42,995.21
47,878.11
83.01
472.66
555.67
412.91
736.08
1,148.99
465.54
380.05
845.59
157.44
211.37
368.81
$10,072.36
$56,642.31
$66,714.67
_,613.76
3,153.03
241.86
18,784.03
124,609.33
$152,402.01 N 118
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
OMINECA DISTRICT  (EAST)— Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg. No.
102.    Sob Lake
Sowchea  .
Brought forward..
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
$10,072.36 $56,642.31 $66,714.67
110.
128.
40.
124.
127.
164.
61.
62.
59.
Vanderhoof-Sackner  	
Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek 	
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake 	
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point 	
Willowvale 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Barrel Account 	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account ...
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance )   	
General Foreman (salary and travelling expenses) 	
359.22
117.69
472.06
471.39
2,342.59
545.76
310.44
239.64
593.53
1,185.05
2,671.80
16,333.96
1,674.79
174.35
539.49
926.50
2,581.50
3,059.29
6,208.01
46.40
598.86
711.22
1,657.11
3,143.19
18,676.55
2,220.55
174.35
849.93
926.50
2,581.50
3,059.29
6,208.01
46.40
6,047.59        6,047.59
$14,621.51
;,924.21 $113,545.72
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 187 (a)-—Bridges:  Maintenance.
69.    Chilco   	
119. Carlson   	
1. Cluculz   	
Cluculz Creek on new location	
140. Endako No. 1	
6. Engen Overhead  .	
4. Goldie  	
8. Nautley   	
18. Nechako No.  1	
9. Stellako    	
3. . Stoney Creek  	
120. Savory 	
2. Tsinkut   	
40.    Tslicoh  	
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
$168.91
244.81
256.73
2,115.37
493.41
219.95
219.95
538.99
7,517.08
2,781.92
215.69
213.01
247.31
316.65
454.84
Finmoore _
Fort Fraser
Hulatt   	
$2,271.70
2,500.83
652.25
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Cable crossings, Aiken Lake Winter Road	
Manson Creek 	
Ferry crossing at western end of Germansen Lake
Tom Creek Road to Irving Placer-mine	
Takla Landing-Old Hogem	
Germansen Lake-Twin Creek Tractor Trail	
$1,164.74
2,659.61
615.40
399.80
665.79
5,000.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)  	
$152,402.01
113,545.72
16,004.62
5,424.78
10,505.34
$295,882.47 STATEMENT
OF EXPENDITURE.
N 119
Reg.
90.
2.
5.'
7.
9.
11.
13.
19.
21.
25.
33.
.39.
59.
71.
76.
80.
84.
88.
90.
95.
97.
100.
105.
118.
119.
121.
122.
130.
140.
142.
146.
147.
153.
155.
181.
200.
202.
220.
264.
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST).
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (
No.
Houston-Wistaria 	
a) :   Roads.
$2,784.89
154.50
Burns Lake eauimnent-sheds	
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," S<
Roads   __       	
ic. 2  (a):
           $2,939.39
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads
Whitesail-Bi_r Eutsuk Portaee	
1946," Sec.
and Trails
2  (d):
$103.20
Total, " Revenue Surplus Ap
Grants in Aid of Mining
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenanc
Trails
Barrett Station     . 	
propriation A
Joads and Tra
s and Minor 1
and Streets
Snow-removal.
$45.31
125.64
14.06
139.24
4.31
78.80
96.64
1,053.33
172.13
208.00
5,668.04
1,633.14
170.65
10.73
863.11
46.07
345.25
1,390.29
77.98
19.94
73.38
34.51
1,488.30
42.48
190.70
541.50-
305.71
173.26
44.75
77.32
130.88
125.64
219.87
913.55
1,440.28
512.26
32.88
210.28
Bt, 1946," Sc
ils	
c. 2 (d) :
                103.20
3ETTERMENTS:   ROADS,
General.                Total.
$230.19         $275.50
64.09           189.73
151.15           165.21
21.44           160.68
308.91           313.22
139.45           218.25
121.39           218.03
5,996.80        7,050.13
671.19           843.32
237.70           445.70
22,254.03      27,922.07
2,730.58        4,363.72
36.17           206.82
251.18           261.91
4,594.85        5,457.96
405.77           451.84
508.79 854.04
6,334.72        7,725.01
160.12           238.10
445.59 465.53
90.29           163.67
331.93           366.44
2,409.38        3,897.68
120.34           162.82
316.31           507.01
1.433.71 1,975.21
731.37        1,037.08
410.18           583.44
108.10           152.85
91.19           168 51
- 110.56           241.44
103.80 229.44
194.70           414.57
1,732.88        2,646.43
5.180.72 6,621.00
2,387.40        2,899.66
1,200.05        1,232.93
105.10           315.38
298.54           298.54
178.95           178.95
661.60 1,749.38
1,689.49        1,689.49
11,039.29      11,039.29
10,448.14      10,448.14
321.43           321.43
Augier Lake	
Burgeon 	
Brown 	
Cottom             _   _   _	
Buck River 	
Rose Lake Cut-off           __ _	
Colleymount      _
Eakin Settlement 	
Forestdale-Mile 106                      	
North Trans-Provincial Highway
Keefe's Landing—Ootsa Lake    - _
McDonald's Landing 	
Heal Norris _       _       	
North Francois              _ _ ____ _
Ootsa Lake shore (east)
Palling Settlement       _. _ 	
Houston-Wistaria 	
Quick Station                              __   _
Tatlow 	
Short Settlement
Topley—Babine      .   ...  	
Telkwa High 	
Uncha Lake       	
Woodmere—Round Lake      _ 	
York Settlement	
Linton Lake   	
Kerr _ 	
Cummings      _         _ __    	
Houston-Owen Lake-Nadina 	
Tatalrose  _     ___ 	
Burns Lake-Babine 	
Telkwa Coal 	
Houston Settlement  (east)   	
East End Ootsa-Big Eutsuk Peak —
Whitesail-Big Eutsuk Portage     _
1,087.78
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant Repair and Rental Account __..
Camp equipment          .   	
Carried forward	
$19,807.99
P87,359.56 $107,167.55          $3,042.59 N 120 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward     $19,807.99    $87,359.56 $107,167.55 $3,042.59
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)        63.05 63.05
Barrel Account        848.00 848.00
$19,807.99    $88,270.61 $108,078.60
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets       $108,078.60
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance.
Reg. No.
15.    Findlay Creek  $1,894.05
20.    Day Lake   159.72
23.    Tintagel   348.99
46.    Burns Lake Trestle No. 2  1,452.28
70.    Ross Creek   461.70
97.    Quick   4,667.94
120.    Walcott Foot  2,724.63
125.    Trout Creek   2,972.79
128.    Hobart Trestle   769.60
152.    Saunders   335.89
366.    Barrett No. 1  1,720.30
455. Gale    282.38
456. Gallagher   338.85
488.    Round Lake  252.43
504.    Wiggins    569.10
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,327.76
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  20,278.41
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
63.    Francois Lake Ferry     $16,322.41
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  16,322.41
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
2-51.    Telkwa-Copper City Trail  $196.23
2-60c. Silver Cup Road-Topley _■  399.41
2-72B. Whitesail Lake-Ear Lake to Gamsby Group  514.23
Total, Vote 156—Grants-in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  1,109.87
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)       $148,831.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Bridges.
182.    East Pine   $902.14
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges  $902.14
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Pine Pass Highway, Azouzetta Lake-Commotion Creek (Section B)    $488,936.69
Pine Pass Highway, East Pine-Progress (Section D)_. ______    173,898.63
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads         662,835.32
Carried forward        $663,737.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 121
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $663,737.46
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
Reg. No.
182. Highway Bridge over East Pine River at East Pine (substructure)        $55,625.84
182. Highway Bridge over East Pine River at East Pine (superstructure)        112,772.51
225. Highway Bridge over West Pine River, Peace River Highway (Section B)       14,978.98
225.    Highway Bridge over West Pine River (contract)       38,835.06
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges        222,212.39
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Pine Pass Highway, Azouzetta Lake-Commotion Creek (Section B)     $221,682.22
Pine Pass Highway, East Pine-Progress (Section D)  __      19,457.18
.     Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads        241,139.40
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6): Roads.
Pine Pass Highway, Azouzetta Lake-Commotion Creek (Section B)   (engineering and material)     $52,241.82
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (6):
Roads  52,241.82
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(6): Bridges.
182.    East Pine Bridge  (engineering and material)       $8,800.89
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (6):
Bridges  8,800.89
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
5.    Pouce Coupe-Rolla (Project No. 30)     $26,872.06
13.    Fort St. John-Rose Prairie (Project No. 31)        38,998.67
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads  65,870.73
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a) :   Roads.
(Increases awarded to Contractors.)
Pine Pass Highway (Section B), Azouzetta Lake-Commotion
Creek   $359,944.81
Pine Pass Highway (Section D), East Pine-Progress       75,648.85
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads         435,593.66
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
1. Grande Prairie-Fort St. John-Hud
son Hope        $6,716.18 $12,940.06 $19,656.24
2. Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge  274.77 605.97 880.74
3. Pouce Coupe-South Dawson  620.95 340.45 961.40
4. Pouce Coupe-Belle View  493.11 710.83 1,203.94
5. Dawson Creek-Rolla-Clayhurst __-__._ 5,504.60 12,668.53 18,173.13
6. Rolla (east)        152.77 152.77
7. Rolla  (west)   269.56 189.87 459.43
8. Dawson Creek-Commotion Creek _____ 3,274.72 5,494.02 8,768.74
9. Dawson Creek-Sunrise-Sweetwater _ 1,537.61 2,735.90 4,273.51
10.    Progress - Sunset   Prairie - Ground-
birch     576.83 2,689.00 3,265.83
Carried forward     $19,268.33    $38,527.40    $57,795.73   $1,689,596.35 N 122 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward  $19,268.33 $38,527.40 $57,795.73   $1,689,596.35
Reg. No.
12. Fort St. John-Hines Creek            688.62 3,627.23 4,315.85
13. Fort St. John-Rose Prairie         1,892.59 17,395.18 19,287.77
14. McKibbon Cut-off     621.70 621.70
15. Charlie Lake-Fort Nelson            578.67 582.54 1,161.21
16. Montney-North Pine             254.60 591.09 845.69
21.    Tupper-Kelly Lake              36.65 686.85 723.50
23. Tupper-Hays-Pouce Coupe             158.73 793.77 952.50
24. Tate Creek              21.99 547.29 569.28
25. Gundy-Hanshaw                 7.33 436.96 444.29
27.    Pouce Coupe-Dawson Springs              65.18 190.24 255.42
30. Arras-Fellers  Heights-Hanshaw  .___           750.64 1,588.34 2,338.98
31. Arras  School     573.47 573.47
32. Groundbirch School     589.61 589.61
33. Sunset Prairie-Pine      491.85 491.85
40. Clayhurst School    1,884.95 1,884.95
41. Taylor-Peace View     197.30 197.30
42. Baldonnel-Two Rivers             679.49 2,211.12 2,890.61
44.    Pine View School            177.96 598.73 776.69
48.    Lower Deep Creek    205.88 205.88
62.    Erinlea School     427.09 427.09
70. Sunse1>-Fort St. John Cut-off    187.02 187.02
71. Fort Nelson roads     2,371.31 2,371.31
100.    Farm and country roads    345.06 345.06
103. Farm and country roads    412.08 412.08
104. Farm and country roads    601.03 601.03
105. Farm and country roads    411.82 411.82
106. Farm and country roads              40.73 421.73 462.46
106a. Farm and country roads    228.00 228.00
107. Farm and country roads    648.99 648.99
108. Farm and country roads              97.95 589.65 687.60
109. Farm and country roads    404.91 404.91
110. Farm and country roads             218.97 1,052.26 1,271.23
111. Farm and country roads    925.45 925.45
112. Farm and country roads              52.35 914.07 966.42
113. Farm and country roads              15.30 1,782.87 1,798.17
114. Farm and country roads                7.00 1,669.33 1,676.33
115. Farm and country roads    957.51 957.51
116. Farm and country roads    912.58 912.58
117. Farm and country roads            197.08 776.82 973.90
118. Farm and country roads              64.80 4,123.22 4,188.02
119. Farm and country roads            239.66 868.61 1,108.27
120. Farm and country roads              72.01 492.86 564.87
121. Farm and country roads    378.77 378.77
122. Farm and country roads               8.70 1,140.24 1,148.94
123. Farm and country roads    403.54 403.54
124. Farm and country roads    2,698.29 2,698.29
125. Farm and country roads    1,664.51 1,664.51
126. Farm and country roads    519.89 519.89
127. Farm and country roads    1,091.28 1,091.28
130.    Farm and country roads    658.66 658.66
136. Farm and country roads    308.27 308.27
137. Farm and country roads    339.28 339.28
138. Farm and country roads             68.75 198.11 266.86
139. Farm and country roads    367.73 367.73
141.    Farm and country roads    1,455.11 1,455.11
143.    Farm and country roads    325.68 325.68
145.    Farm and country roads    1,012.38 1,012.38
147. Farm and country roads    350.48 350.48
148. Farm and country roads    362.16 362.16
149. Farm and country roads   -____ 978.97 978.97
151.    Farm and country roads    1,109.05 1,109.05
Carried forward     $25,664.08 $109,228.17 $134,892.25   $1,689,596.35 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 123
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward  $25,664.08 $109,228.17 $134,892.25   $1,689,596.35
Reg. No.
152. Farm and country roads       151.86 151.86
153. Farm and country roads       469.41 469.41
154. Farm and country roads       1,492.35 1,492.35
155. Farm and country roads       605.93 605.93
156. Farm and country roads       1,195.24 1,195.24
157. Farm and country roads       846.47 846.47
159. Farm and country roads  '   734.72 734.72
160. Farm and country roads       193.12 193.12
161. Farm and country roads  118.07 976.10 1,094.17
163.    Farm and country roads       306.14 306.14
167.    Farm and country roads       648.91 648.91
169.    Farm and country roads       684.22 684.22
171.    Farm and country roads       537.19 537.19
175.    Farm and country roads       662.49 662.49
177.    Farm and country roads  „_ 377.62 377.62
Sundry roads  (units under $150) __._ 1,453.17 14,100.74 15,553.91
Supervision     3,873.47 6,775.11 10,648.58
Garage          2,293.82 2,293.82
Camp equipment          1,048.88 1,048.88
Unissued stores    1,383.67 1,383.67
Plant and tools       9,932.63 9,932.63
Plant Repair and Rental Account—-      3,257.55 3,257.55
Resident Engineer and party surveying        497.42 497.42
Overhead       490.86 490.86
Holiday and sick leave       2,001.71 2,001.71
Gas, oil, and grease      5,450.03 5,450.03
Unemployment Insurance stamps ..__      9.75 9.75
Snow-fences          3,831.82 3,831.82
Equipment        11,739.16 11,739.16
Barrel Account        816.80 816.80
$31,108.79 $182,739.89 $213,848.68
Total, Vote 187 (o)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         213,848.68
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
2.    Austin    $704.29
4.    Tate Creek  615.87
6.    Bissett    494.34
9.    Manse    176.58
12. Knudsen   (2)    _'.  729.21
13. Harper    674.77
29.    Cache Creek   723.96
31.    Halfway   202.96
38.    Landry    332.83
48.    Moose River   2,448.08
65.    Indian     402.93
73.    Beatton    3,862.90
86.    Murdale       156.03
109.    Wolford    355.56
122.    Burrows     317.50
128.    Hall     496.30
135.    Progress School  .  798.67
152.    Fraser    189.50
174.    Armstrong     232.76
177.    Hassard   359.83
191.    Wild Horse   179.53
193.    Stoney   197.20
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  2,019.47
Gas, oil, and grease  196.35
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  16,867.42
Carried forward    $1,920,312.45 N 124
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued,
Brought forward	
$1,920,312.45
Reg. No.
68. East Pine _____
69. Hudson Hope
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
$7,208.75
1,654.43
Clayhurst    ....     33,092.91
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries	
41,956.09
Total expenditure, Peace River District    $1,962,268.54
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Roads.
18.    Port Clements-Tlell Road (Graham Island)       $50,673.03
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
3.
9.
11.
29.
38.
54.
66.
127.
5.
16.
40.
17.
18.
24.
25.
121.
134.
50.
68.
87.
90.
Cow Bay 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Port Edward 	
Port Simpson streets 	
Oona River  (Porcher Island)	
Dodge Cove (Digby Island)	
Osland  (Smith Island)  	
Masset-Tow Hill (Graham Island) _.
Old   Masset-New   Masset   (Graham
Island)   	
Main   street,   Masset   (Graham   Island)   	
Mayer Lake  (Graham Island)	
Port   Clements-Tlell    (Graham   Island)   	
Skidegate-Tlell  (Graham Island).	
Queen     Charlotte     City-Skidegate
(Graham Island)  	
McKay-Tingley  Trail   (Graham  Island)   	
Yakoun Trail  (Graham Island)	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools 	
Unemployment Insurance 	
Supervision   	
Plant Repair and Rental Account—
 (Credit, $7,755.40)
Snow-removal.
""$849.85
1,588.23
$357.75
16,207.47
17,159.48
1,372.75
1,285.17
257.18
1,684.80
763.62
4,397.51
Total.
$357.75
17,057.32
18,747.71
1,372.75
1,285.17
257.18
1,684.80
763.62
4,397.51
6,627.94       6,627.94
551.35
224.26
824.52
5,749.40
298.54
171.69
159.20
606.65
2,287.61
162.33
658.47
551.35
224.26
824.52
5,749.40
298.54
171.69
159.20
606.65
2,287.61
162.33
658.47
1,438.08    $61,807.69    $64,245.77
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Tlell River (Graham Island) 	
Galloway Rapids  (Kaien Island)
Green River __
Crioch
Sundry bridges  (units under $150)  	
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Carried forward	
$197.62
1,842.81
190.47
163.55
623.72
$50,673.03
64,245.77
3,018.17
$117,936.97 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 125
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $117,936.97
Vote 187 (a)—Wharves:   Maintenance.
Prince Rupert Wharf (Kaien Island)      $14,228.86
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Wharves:   Maintenance   14,228.86
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Reg. No.
157.    Khutze Inlet Trunk Trail   $800.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  800.00
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District        $132,965.83
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
90.    Sicamous-Revelstoke  (Malakwa-Revelstoke)           $121.49
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys   $121.49
Capital Account—•" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Bridges.
159.    Revelstoke (west) No. 19        $5,523.44
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges   5,523.44
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
13.    Trans-Canada Highway, Revelstoke  (north)         $8,983.90
90.    Trans-Canada Highway, Revelstoke (west)         34,044.00
Gravel-crushing         25,956.00
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads   68,983.90
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
158. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 18        $7,848.26
159. Revelstoke (west)  No. 19          9,643.61
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   17,491.87
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) :
Paving and Surfacing.
13.    Trans-Canada Highway        $7,473.63
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Paving and Surfacing   7,473.63
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Pool Creek Trail to Silver Dollar Mine   $550.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d) :
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  550.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
90.    Trans-Canada Highway—
Three Mile Crossing   $32,503.35
Nineteen Mile   62,434.70
West of Columbia River Bridge   6,897.91
Taft   1,859.28
Malakwa-Craigellachie    8,580.65
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads            112,275.89
Carried forward       $212,420.22 N 126
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $212,420.22
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
Sicamous-Revelstoke  (Malakwa-Revelstoke)   _       $3,379.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
13.    Big Bend 	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead  __
Trans-Canada Highway
Austrian Settlement 	
Begbie   	
Beaton-Camborne 	
71.
90.
6.
11.
22.
23.
24.
31.
46.
70.
72.
73.
78.
94a. Ferguson
97.    Revelstoke-Sicamous (branch roads)
97g. Husted   	
97n. Malakwa-Mizon   	
97Y. Solsqua-Bowie	
118.    Sandino 	
133.
Fourth Street Subdivision 	
Beaton-Trout Lake 	
Golf Links (roads and branches) _
Little Scotland Subdivision 	
Power-house 	
Revelstoke   (east)   	
Revelstoke (south) 	
Sidmouth-Sproat  	
Snow-removal.
$3,855.81
5,678.66
14,465.11
318.79
665.48
343.58
248.75
2,806.43
331.37
180.98
304.67
359.80
773.32
103.17
1,070.73
960.79
Halls Landing  (south)	
Court-house Driveway 	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)_
Barrel Account 	
Plant and tools 	
118.25
270.61~
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)   	
Unissued stores 	
Warehouse operation	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $9,371.66)
Garage Account   -..(Credit, $186.81)
$16,078.88
14,297.77
13,743.60
1,552.50
384.38
9,055.13
1,197.49
1,408.18
24.47
395.77
478.20
299.72
7,545.29
406.47
376.61
64.00
322.99
218.67
568.47
1,460.91
796.09
312.70
606.09
871.00
3,780.30
399.82
541.58
1,859.76
Total.
$19,934.69
19,976.43
28,208.71
1,871.29
1,049.86
9,398.71
1,446.24
4,214.61
355.84
576.75
782.87
659.52
8,318.61
509.64
1,447.34
1,024.79
322.99
218.67
568.47
1,460.91
914.34
312.70
876.70
871.00
3,780.30
399.82
541.58
1,859.76
$32,856.30    $69,488.37 $102,344.67
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance.
3,379.00
102,344.67
11. Beaton-Camborne 	
57. Halls Landing (south) No. 2..
86. Revelstoke-Arrowhead No. 7 .
100. Revelstoke (south) No. 1 	
108. Revelstoke (west)  No. 6 	
152. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 12 .	
155. Revelstoke (west) No. 15 	
157. Revelstoke (west) No. 17 __.__.
158. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 18 __
159. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 19	
159a. Big Bend No. 17 	
160. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 20 __
162. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 22
163. Revelstoke (west) No. 23 —.
Snow-removal.
General.
$226.08
525.42
180.93
265.97
1,869.43
1,034.21
377.39
1,292.29
633.72
500.00
Total.
$226.08
525.42
$23.33
204.26
265.97
29.45
29.45
29.45
1,898.88
1,063.66
406.84
1,292.29
75.39
709.11
500.00
160.00
160.00
671.33
504.48
791.86
671.33
504.48
791.86
Carried forward.
$347.07      $8,873.11
9,220.18      $318,143.1 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 127
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
Brought forward          $347.07      $8,873.11 $9,220.18      $318,143.89
Reg. No.
166. Solsqua-Bowie No. 1                  233.84 233.84
167. Revelstoke (west)  No. 30                  177.23 177.23
168. Revelstoke  (west)  No. 27                  176.26 176.26
178.    Revelstoke (west) No. 22a             27.44       2,145.31 2,172.75
221.    Beaton               33.32        4,910.74 4,944.06
Sundry bridges (units under $150)...           792.89           766.79 1,559.68
L.200.72    $17,283.28    $18,484.00
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  18,484.00
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries:   Maintenance.
1.    Arrowhead-Beaton   $10,013.60
3. Halls Landing   7,887.83
4. Twelve Mile   7,083.63
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries:   Maintenance   24,985.06
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
74.    Trans-Canada Highway (west of Revelstoke)   $115,484.51
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways          115,484.51
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
North Fork of Lardeau Creek Trunk Trail   $200.00
True Fissure Mine Road-Ferguson   3,500.00
Ferguson-Ten Mile    684.42
Pool Creek Trail to Silver Dollar   1,000.00
Upper Lardeau Creek Trail to Brown Creek  240.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  5,624.42
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District        $482,721.88
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
72.    Trail-Salmo  (Trail-Fruitvale)         $5,524.39
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $5,524.39
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
56.    Rossland-Paterson      $14,368.95
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads   14,368.95
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
56.    Rossland-Paterson      $22,413.95
72.    Trail-Salmo (Bear Creek-Fruitvale Section)  137.17
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads   22,551.12
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
72.    Trail-Salmo  (Trail-Fruitvale)    $328.89
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys  : -  328.89
Carried forward         $42,773.35 N 128                                    PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward        $42,773.35
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
REG. No. Snow-removal. General. Total.
5.    Blueberry  $179.67 $242.89 $422.56
11. Casino   273.34 1,086.37 1,359.71
12. Castlegar-Nelson     490.10 490.10
13. Castlegar Townsite   66.87 13,085.34 13,152.21
15.    Castlegar-Trail   3,403.09 4,466.54 7,869.63
20.    Columbia Gardens Station  240.28 136.57 376.85
25. Deer Park (south)       .... 206.20 206.20
26. Deer Park streets  77.76 242.66 320.42
27. Deer Park-Syringa Creek       961.33 961.33
28. Deschamps  (north)    392.99 1,207.83 1,600.82
29. Dog Creek    170.84 170.84
30. Drake's  (lower)     175.70 41.46 217.16
35. Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens   62.52 991.18 1,053.70
36. Fruitvale Subdivision   1,607.47 2,077.70 3,685.17
39.    I.X.L.-Midnite   258.16      258.16
45.    Milestone   117.65 84.30 201.95
47.    Nine Mile     930.71 930.71
49.    Renata Townsite   18.14 620.98 639.12
51. Red Mountain   522.23 360.16 882.39
52. Robson-Syringa Creek   109.53 5,188.04 5,297.57
53. Robson (west)   36.29 2,603.00 2,639.29
54. Rossland-Cascade   3,207.71 13,325.52 16,533.23
56.    Rossland-Paterson   4,474.37 2,529.08 7,003.45
61.    Schofield     _____   5,258.29 2,493.71 7,752.00
64.    Shaver's Bench   19.62 161.51 181.13
69.    Trail Creek   368.66 496.99 865.65
71. Trail-Pend d'Oreille  2,664.66 5,886.18 8,550.84
72. Trail-Salmo   4,945.08 17,996.04 22,941.12
74.    Waneta   89.96 607.77 697.73
76.    Warfield Subdivision   441.50 1,416.53 1,858.03
Coykendahl-Trail  :        - 964.29 964.29
Sundry roads   222.29 1,189.66 1,411.95
Signs (highway)     319.59 319.59
Supervision      3,554.15 3,554.15
Unissued stores     943.02 943.02
Plant and tools    823.52 823.52
Garage Account         4,593.12 4,593.12
Plant Repair and Rental Account    __
 (Credit, $7,025.39)
$29,233.83    $85,469.49 $114,703.32
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets- -   _-__.        114,703.32
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance.
13.    Castlegar-Trail No. 2  $333.02
15. Castlegar-Trail No. 4  411.47
16. Castlegar-Trail No. 5  2,488.05
18.    Columbia River      _._     291.65
66.    Foot-bridge (C.P.R., Castlegar) :  723.48
32.    Parks Siding   6,137.82
50.    Robson-Syringa No. 4     2,751.70
7. Rossland-Cascade No. 7  1,513.56
8. Rossland-Cascade No. 8  272.21
9. Rossland-Cascade No. 9  1,090.97
11.    Trail Creek       232.48
28.    Trail-Salmo No. 2      544.23
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,966.62
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  18,757.26
Carried forward       $176,233.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 129
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $176,233.93
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries: Maintenance.
Reg. No.
73.    Castlegar Ferry      $22,265.89
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries:  Maintenance  22,265.89
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
52. Robson-Syringa Creek  $9,070.53
56. Rossland-Paterson   64.53
61. Schofield Highway  707.41
15. Southern Trans-Provincial   12,923.65
72. Trail-Salmo   22,804.04
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  45,570.16
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District       $244,069.98
SAANICH DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):
Surfacing.
125. All Bay   $393.45
246.    Ardmore   1,130.14
186.    Bazan Bay   256.75
126. Beaufort 1  817.31
106.    Birch   889.65
110.    Chalet   1,223.62
214.    Dean Park   2,261.17
113. Downey   332.98
114. East Saanich  280.93
136.    Fifth Street  173.96
184.    Harbour   881.03
150.    Lochside   1,739.28
118.    Madrona Drive   1,443.48
129.    Orchard   159.86
157.    Swartz Bay   592.36
122.    West Saanich  2,274.86
193.    Yarrow   2,161.30
52R. West Saanich   1,264.25
84r. Scott and Mount Newton  2,019.08
Sundry roads (units under $150)  395.48
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2   (a) :
Surfacing           $20,690.94
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
125. All Bay  $222.82
101.    Amelia   561.68
253.    Amity Drive   385.79
142.    Ardmore Drive  _  4,151.32
186.    Bazan Avenue   361.83
104.    Beacon Avenue   257.92
126. Beaufort   505.44
106.    Birch   1,219.96
156.    Bradley-Dyne  1,005.22
1.    Burnside   821.23
110.    Chalet   2,317.95
213. Clayton     356.25
4.    Conard Street  166.25
214. Dean Park   2,398.67
258.    Dencross Terrace   521.59
113.    Downey  , 1  767.07
Carried forward     $16,020.99        $20,690.94 N 130 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Brought forward     $16,020.99        $20,690.94
Reg. No.
114. East Saanich   1,961.20
10. Erskine Lane   241.79
136. Fifth Street   1,305.07
135.    Fourth Street   1,330.12
184.    Harbour  2,962.20
7.    Helmcken     248.96
116.    Henry Avenue   452.48
138.    John ■  248.28
234.    Lands End   1,314.97
150.    Lochside _._....-_  1,245.76
183.    Lovell    290.12
118. Madrona Drive   2,339.13
192. Meldram    169.86
11. Midwood   278.74
121. Mills   327.50
107.    McTavish   489.29
129. Orchard Avenue   362.80
130. Queens Avenue   394.29
119. Resthaven Drive  458.80
133. Second Street  198.11
138.    Seventh Street   196.72
112.    Shoreacres   160.97
182.    Sidney street  644.46
137. Sixth Street   163.89
157.    Swartz Bay   317.91
18.    St. Giles Street  182.12
134. Third Street   288.98
221.    Towner Park   1,805.50
187.    Tyron   857.19
115. Wain   150.55
122. West Saanich   3,404.06
20.    Wildrose Avenue  190.77
159.    Wilson  315.00
193. Yarrow   3,124.00
30r. East Saanich  7,335.30
28r. Island Highway  638.90
29r. Quadra and Saanich  4,636.77
84r. Scott  3,517.99
52r. West Saanich   3,865.44
Sundry roads (units under $150)  1,272.67
Plant and tools  4,329.11
Unissued stores  9,352.24
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets ...:  79,391.00
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
85b. Keating Cross-road ........  $153.03
57a. Verdier Avenue   47.20
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways  200.23
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
Swartz Bay Ferry Landing       $3,708.86
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  3,708.86
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
110.    Chalet   $289.06
214.    Dean Park   795.74
150.    Lochside   239.62
Sidney streets   5,483.73
Sundry roads (units under $150)  -614.24
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  7,422.39
Carried forward       $111,413.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 131
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward       $111,413.42
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Glanford Avenue       $2,000.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  2,000.00
Total expenditure, Saanich District       $113,413.42
SALMON ARM DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Reg. No.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway (Kamloops-Salmon Arm-Sicamous) $474.19
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $474.19
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Trans-Canada  Highway,  Kamloops-Salmon  Arm   (Squilax-
Chum  Creek Project)       $5,347.43
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads _   5,347.43
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Trans-Canada   Highway,   Kamloops-Salmon   Arm    (Chum
Creek-Squilax)        $12,742.56
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  12,742.56
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
88.    Squilax-Anglemont  (Project No. 59)     $12,014.22
161.    Kamloops-Vernon   (Project No. 37)     190,135.51
1. Trans-Canada Highway Project No. 45, Miles 290-296.7
(Monte Creek) and % mile cut-off to Sand Hill Road
(expenditures all shown under Kamloops)     	
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (o):
Roads          202,149.73
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2(a): Surveys.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway—
Kamloops-Salmon Arm  $920.86
Kamloops-Salmon  Arm   (right-of-way)  727.00
161.    Kamloops - Vernon   (Duck   Meadows - Westwold - Falkland-
Vernon)     7,298.59
11.    Sicamous Bridge  1,670.51
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys  10,616.96
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal.        General. Total.
1. Kamloops-Salmon Arm  _.      $4,772.55    $21,829.02    $26,601.57
2. Canoe-Sicamous    370.07        2,273.15        2,643.22
7.    Sicamous Village (east)      214.73 214.73
14. Mobley -       177.57 177.57
16. Sunnybrae    42.53 2,726.07 2,768.60
17. Tappen-Carlin     84.16 685.06 769.22
18. Tappen-Skimiken     102.77 2,393.60 2,496.37
Carried forward       $5,372.08    $30,299.20    $35,671.28      $231,330.87 N 132
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued.
Reg.
27.
28.
29.
30.
42.
44.
54.
55.
74.
76.
83.
85.
88.
89.
94.
95.
99.
111.
115.
132.
133.
139.
145.
147.
148.
150.
155.
156.
161.
170.
173.
179.
182.
185.
188.
37R.
38r.
Brought forward
NO.
White Lake 	
Wuori  	
Blind Bay-Balmoral  	
Blind Bay-Eagle Bay 	
Notch Hill-Blind Bay	
Wellbanks   	
Sorrento-Blind Bay 	
Sorrento streets  .'_	
Line 17 	
Meadow Creek 	
Adams  Lake-Squilax  	
Bear Creek 	
Squilax-Anglemont   	
Squilax-Turtle Valley 	
Chase-Falkland   _.'	
Chase streets	
Loakin Creek 	
Kamloops-Shuswap   	
Pritchard-Pinantan   	
Martin Mountain 	
Martin Prairie 	
Upper Duck Range 	
Sand  Hill  	
Back road 	
Douglas Lake 	
Paxton  Valley 	
Cedar Hill	
China Valley 	
Kamloops-Vernon 	
Heywood-Armstrong	
Range   	
Salmon River	
Yankee Flats 	
Canoe Point 	
Seymour Arm
Trans-Provincial Highway (arterial),
Municipality of Salmon Arm	
Trans-Provincial Highway (arterial),
Municipality of Salmon Arm	
Sundry roads  (units under $150)	
Stamp Account   (Unemployment Insurance )    	
Holiday leave 	
Barrel Account 	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools 	
Camp equipment 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account.—
Snow-removal.
$5,372.08
76.37
""33.20
208.45
47.85
6.14
109.60
5.78
139.14
193.12
45.70
66.57
1,062.95
115.15
497.07
43.65
31.36
334.82
24.91
251.39
385.79
93.86
88.08
283.89
109.63
60.67
2,085.71
63.77
31.15
257.45
185.14
34.60
General.
$30,299.20
Total.
35,671.28
$231,330.87
747.11
411.25
574.24
650.61
428.45
428.45
158.38
191.58
2,088.00
2,296.45
119.77
167.62
153.00
159.14
116.03
225.63
188.28
■  194.06
121.59
260.73
123.33
316.45
333.44
379.14
95.52
162.09
3,285.16
4,348.11
676.62
791.77
2,899.17
3,396.24
391.58
435.23
128.41
159.77
887.34
887.34
374.16
708.98
155.58
180.49
348.17
599.56
535.76
921.55
584.99
678.85
258.32
258.32
961.96
1,050.04
615.49
899.38
57.35
166.98
122.23
182.90
8,978.38
11,064.09
123.77
187.54
288.72
319.87
2,987.96
3,245.41
924.59
1,109.73
174.22
174.22
374.76
409.36
3,968.51        3,968.51
12,234.63
1,255.71
183.96
2,511.48
329.00
3,702.45
5,172.12
95.81
91.99
12,981.74
1,666.96
183.96
2,511.48
329.00
3,702.45
5,172.12
95.81
91.99
$13,503.40    $90,479.58 $103,982.98
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.
103,982.98
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
23b and 80b. Salmon Arm-Enderby_
26b. Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie	
76b. Canoe   	
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways
Carried forward	
$70.22
497.75
955.84
1,523.81
$336,837.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 133
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
5.    Rabie
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:  Classified.
18.
30.
42.
45.
65.
102.
110.
Kaiser   	
Duck Meadows
Frost  	
Ross  	
Pritchard   	
Lund   	
Kinghorn
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Classified-
$987.26
219.73
540.02
1,871.26
281.01
19,234.71
270.01
658.90
1,506.35
$336,837.66
25,569.25
3.
fi
Sorrento-Scotch Creek
Shuswap  	
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
$8,611.88
4,000.00
7
Sicamous 	
2,399.46
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
15,011.34
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm     $11,373.56
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  11,373.56
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District        $388,791.81
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Keremeos-Kaleden        $8,259.46
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $8,259.46
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads.
3.
118.
Hedley-Keremeos      $58,455.48
Hope-Princeton, Section B  (Project No. 1)     557,453.81
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Princeton-Hedley and extensions (Project No. 2)  $250,161.35
Keremeos-Kaleden (Yellow Lake)        249,582.42
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads
615,909.29
499,743.77
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
19.    Hedley (substructure)   $18,349.77
51.    Copper Mountain (substructure)    25,150.16
51.    Copper Mountain (superstructure)  53 36
157.    Sterling Creek (substructure)  48,942.24
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges
Carried forward  	
92,495.53
$1,216,408.05
10 N 134
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
$1,216,408.05
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Reg. No.
72.    Merritt-Princeton        $2,025.61
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
13.
18.
21.
24.
31.
40.
42r.
45.
47.
52.
53.
54.
55.
57.
63.
66.
70.
72.
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Roads 	
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Princeton-Hedley and extension (Project No. 2)  $435,725.03
Yellow Lake-Waterman Hill extension (Yellow Lake)     331,500.57
72.    Merritt-Princeton        64,480.98
3.    Hedley-Keremeos        44,959.71
55.    Keremeos-Cawston        48,956.87
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads 	
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Hope-Princeton, Section B (30 per cent, increase to contract)  $283,063.94
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
Keremeos-Kaleden
$770.90
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Hope-Princeton  	
Princeton-Hedley 	
Hedley-Keremeos 	
Keremeos-Green Mountain 	
Marron Valley 	
Marron Valley Junction-Oliver	
Oliver-Osoyoos  	
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain 	
Penticton-Summerland 	
Trout Creek Culvert     	
Penticton-Marron Valley Junction
Allison-Copper Mountain 	
Ashnola road 	
Cawston roads   .____:	
Copper Mountain 	
Dog Lake        	
Five Mile-Princeton 	
Penticton           	
Hedley-Nickel Plate 	
Hedley streets   	
Kaleden-Okanagan Falls 	
Kaleden Townsite   	
Keremeos Bridge Road	
Keremeos-Cawston 	
Keremeos streets 	
Myer's Flat	
McLean Creek
Snow-removal.
$484.39
529.74
29.92
32.91
411.12
53.12
177.46
73.88
" 38.53
55.12
731.29
16.44
207.69
1,527.99
69.94
35.61
66.43
18.87
Okanagan Falls streets_
One Mile-Princeton 	
1,246.73
General.
$16.19
4,047.29
4,032.15
672.02
1,803.50
19,042.48
2,848.98
556.47
2,414.84
5,423.14
420.63
308.57
157.65
268.00
1,649.79
317.94
564.43
1,860.53
1,215.99
135.87
234.26
3,903.72
234.60
8,225.90
693.11
268.11
198.06
485.97
2,466.51
Total.
$500.58
4,577.03
4,062.07
704.93
2,214.62
19,095.60
2,848.98
733.93
2.488.72
5,423.14
459.16
363.69
157.65
268.00
2,381.08
334.38
772.12
1,860.53
2,743.98
205.81
269.87
3,903.72
301.03
8,225.90
693.11
286.98
198.06
485.97
3,713.24
2,025.61
925,623.16
283,063.94
770.90
Carried forward       $5,807.18    $64,466.70    $70,273.88   $2,427,891.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 135
Reg.
74
SIMILKAMEEN
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenanci
Trails, and J
Brought forward	
No.
Osoyoos orchards          	
DISTRICT-
_ and Minor
Streets—Cor
Snow-removal.
$5,807.18
75.40
150.80
25.70
426.56
214.91
—Continued.
Betterment
tinued.
General.
$64,466.70
9,712.45
362.76
153.32
1,215.41
184.37
329.01
102.61
154.28
150.83
1,272.35
248.19
381.01
6,176.14
168.88
231.31
121.59
181.65
66.76
145.14
1,099.86
900.00
3,000.00
216.12
323.13
2,357.35
168.00
3,330.94
s: Roads,
Total.
$70,273.88   $2,427,891.66
9,787.85
513.56
179.02
75.
76,
Oliver-Camp McKinney	
Oliver-Cawston  '   	
78.
79.
80
Penticton-Green Mountain 	
Penticton-Carmi  _     .
Penticton Creek ___          __       _   _
1,641.97
399.28
329.01
81
Pleasant Valley Coal Mine
89.42
192.03
82
Princeton-East Similkameen 	
Princeton-Otter Lake	
154.28
83
244.33
107.68
115.92
150.83
86
Princeton streets   .... _
1,516.68
89.
91.
94
Richter Pass 	
Shingle Creek _. 	
S.O.L. Project roads	
355.87
496.93
6,176.14
95
South Similkameen 	
302.01
203.30
298.73
21.53
361.43
168.88
97
Summers Creek      _      _
533.32
99
Tulameen Coal Mine ..   .     _ 	
121.59
104.
White Lake           _      	
384.95
116.
25.
Princeton-Sterling Creek 	
One to Five Mile Cross-roads  	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Gravel-pits
365.49
166.67
1,461.29
900.00
Princeton garage-site	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
  (Credit, $1,706.86)
Stamp Account (Unemployment Insurance)       _ _     - .	
3,000.00
     —
216.12
Unissued stores
323.13
Plant and tools ...      _
2,357.35
Barrel Account 	
Garage Account 	
168.00
3,330.94
3,444.90    $95,513.30 $103,958.20
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets        $103,958.20
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
29b. Penticton-Naramata 	
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways— 	
$118.12
118.12
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
2.
15.
19.
28.
34.
51.
52.
58.
125.
126.
127.
129.
140.
Hope-Princeton 	
Princeton-Hedley No. 3
Hedley-Keremeos No. 1~
Marron Valley
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain No. 1	
Copper Mountain No. 1  .	
Copper Mountain No. 2 	
Experimental Farm 	
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 1 —
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 2	
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 3 .....
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 5	
Shingle Creek No. 3	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Carried forward ...
$301.96
168.98
151.22
577.79
151.62
382.40
183.57
839.24
185.91
178.96
157.67
199.48
283.14
1,233.77
4,995.71 N 136 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward        $2,536,963.69
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
Reg. No.
3.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  $132,029.39
6.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway       33,059.37
21.    Cawston       14,584.55
55.    Keremeos-Cawston        22,397.73
57.    Keremeos streets        15,105.45
95.    South Similkameen        10,352.45
29b. Penticton-Naramata          2,984.06
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways         230,513.00
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Good Hope Mine Road       $1,986.56
76.    Oliver-Cawston            1,000.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails      2,986.56
Total expenditure, Similkameen District    $2,770,463.25
SKEENA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6(6): Surveys.
Zimagord Indian Reserve No. 3  $631.74
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys .'  $631.74
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Bridges.
135.    Terrace         $3,299.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges  3,299.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a) :  Roads.
102.    Terrace-Usk     $18,529.72
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  18,529.72
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (d):
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Zymoetz  (Copper River)       $2,558.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (d) :
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  2,558.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
173.    Skeena City-Terrace  (Kwinitsa Slide Diversion)     $19,909.10
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads     19,909.10
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Surveys.
Zimagord Indian Reserve No. 3  $366.67
Kh-Yex Indian Reserve        _ ____   421.43
102.    Terrace-Usk  (south approach to Terrace Bridge)  497.10
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Surveys  , 1,285.20
Carried forward         $46,212.76 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.                                        N 137
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward „         $46,212.76
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
173. Skeena City-Terrace   $5,157.84 $7,691.21 $12,849.05
102. Terrace-Usk    2,078.82 5,141.99 7,220.81
33c. Usk-Pacific     1,822.95 1,975.18 3,798.13
33b. Pacific-Kitwanga     2,387.35 4,564.20 6,951.55
33a. Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing   604.05 2,329.00 2,933.05
33. Skeena Crossing-South Hazelton _____ 725.83 6,124.62 6,850.45
32. South Hazelton-Moricetown  __. 1,341.06 3,071.59 4,412.65
91. Moricetown-Smithers     1,595.75 5,356.24 6,951.99
77. Smithers-Omineca boundary   673.75 6,588.96 7,262.71
50r. Smithers  (arterial)    35.47 372.95 408.42
5lR. Terrace  (arterial)    214.63 1,848.74 2,063.37
2. Adams  71.82 396.13 467.95
1. Amsbury     115.85 48.27 164.12
11. Babine        52.74 300.07 352.81
163. Babine Lake   (Cronin)  163.54 11.18 174.72
118. Billiter  115.56 44.01 159.57
9. Brauns Island    160.87 17.55 178.42
17. Cedarvale-Woodcock     241.59      241.59
170. Cedarvale Ferry        170.18 170.18
86. Copper   City-Usk   Road   and   Usk
streets     114.27 643.23 757.50
5. Corlette         298.63 298.63
13. Cronin         1,004.80 1,004.80
100. Dean         763.98 763.98
120. Dieter  16.51 139.16 155.67
23. Driftwood  282.66 1,012.55 1,295.21
87. Eby   182.07 36.43 218.50
60. Eckman    _......—__. 56.74 117.06 173.80
44. Frank    202.84        202.84
30. Glen Meadow   15.91 388.06 403.97
18. Gordon   ____        166.49 166.49
137. Hazelton streets   35.61 158.46 194.07
123. Hodkin      — 283.22 16.23 299.45
35. Hudson Bay Mountain   770.15 1,409.53 2,179.68
37. Hynes Settlement   166.66 578.75 745.41
43. Kalum     3,894.74 13,762.79 17,657.53
51. Kalum Lake shore         305.64 305.64
29. Kalum street  (south)    120.73 232.63 353.36
104. Kathlyn Lake  (west side)  85.20 140.38 225.58
45. Kieth   ___     212.42 38.34 250.76
49. Kispiox Valley   725.15 5,842.64 6,567.79
40. Kitwanga Valley   1,855.25 644.00 2,499.25
174. Kramer          165.87 165.87
52. Lakelse Lake   1,101.74 3,413.05 4,514.79
55. Lakelse Hot Springs   921.42 4,367.20 5,288.62
99. Lamfere    160.82 112.30 273.12
53. Lome Creek   110.25 258.14 368.39
161. Loveless       535.43 535.43
115. McConnell  .  121.11 30.88 151.99
129. McDonald     116.60 359.27 475.87
62. New Hazelton High Level  121.88 1,080.57 1,202.45
64. Nine Mile Mountain   29.73 509.54 539.27
25 Owens                                       34.06 206.34 240.40
66. Poplar Park   184.92 773.95 958.87
300. Port Essington streets —       2,471.48 2,471.48
7 Remo                                       93.36 606.52 699.88
70. Rosenthal!    65.88 104.25 170.13
281. Silver Lake Trail        179.04 179.04
146. Silver Standard Mine   32.89 500.80 533.69
93. Skeena (west)   (south road)       192.72 192.72
303. Smithers  streets   117.26 58.42 175.68
19 Snake                                     -----      330.50 432.03 762.53
Carried forward     $30,122.02    $90,109.65 $120,231.67        $46,212.76 N 138 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments : Roads,
Trails, and Streets;—Continued.
Snow-removal. General. Total.
Brought forward..... __ ..    $30,122.02    $90,109.65 $120,231.67        $46,212.76
Reg. No.
48.    Swan               80.39 669.66 750.05
90.    Tatlow               193.59 47.54 241.13
107.    Telkwa High             853.72 2,508.83 3,362.55
167.    Terrace airfield             369.81 213.16 582.97
302.    Terrace streets             407.00 301.68 708.68
143.    Yelich Road               20.61 194.82 215.43
Sundry roads  (units under $150)—_           970.52 1,725.23 2,695.75
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)          257.94 257.94
Supervision           1,135.00 3,039.32 4,174.32
Plant Repair and Rental Account—      6,475.65 6,475.65
Plant and tools        8,510.25 8,510.25
Garage Account (Credit, $3,083)
Barrel Account        1,159.00 1,159.00
Department of Transport       1,198.83 1,198.83
Hazelton yard             120.83 378.42 499.25
Terrace yard        160.75 160.75
Smithers yard                 79.11 148.75 227.86
Unissued stores        1,036.56 1,036.56
Smithers garage buildings               42.17 559.67 601.84
Hazelton garage buildings        180.36 180.36
Terrace garage buildings        1,168.82 1,168.82
$34,394.77 $116,961.89 $151,356.66
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         151,356.66
Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways.
58b. Smithers   (secondary)     $534.41
67b. Terrace  (secondary)    77.93
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Classified Highways  612.34
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Bridges generally   $2,705.83
238.    Camp Creek Nos. 1, 2, and 3  2,428.55
202.    Colthurst     172.80
28. Driftwood No. 3   1,007.84
29. Driftwood No. 4   579.34
197.    Eliza Creek   224.80
251.    Granite No. 1   1,882.04
59.    Kispiox River   2,693.97
61.    Kitsequekla    344.01
65.    Leanto Creek  327.78
76.    Moricetown     1,753.78
271.    Newens    1,642.56
232.    New Hazelton Railroad Overhead  3,666.83
98.    Smithers   530.69
163.    Sloop Creek   217.85
135.    Terrace 2 406.78
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  L570.98
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  24,156.43
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
78. Cedarvale    $3,279.80
79. Copper River   11,094.11
80. Hazelton     2,644.02
81. Kitwanga     10,186.87
82. Remo     2,521.65
83. Usk    4,437.34
84. Pacific    302.55
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Ferries  34,466.34
Carried forward       $256,804.53 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
N 139
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward	
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Reg. No.
140.    Silver Standard        $1,556.14
Trail to Debenture Group   150.00
Hazelton-Kiskegas Trail   400.00
Zimoetz (Copper River)          1,132.23
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Total expenditure, Skeena District	
$256,804.53
3,238.37
$260,042.90
3.    Marine Drive
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
       $1,981.15
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2  (a)
Roads 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
Marine Drive        $1,892.66
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads 	
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
1. Twenty-ninth and Buckingham Avenues_
2. Imperial Avenue 	
3. Marine Drive         	
3. Marine Drive (Beacon Gulch)___
4. Theological roads
  $277.70
  899.71
  10,113.80
  19,357.27
  463.29
5.    Chancellor and University Boulevards  10,014.76
Plant and tools  82.64
Garage Account  26.45
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit, $42.83)
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges.
3.    Beacon Gulch
$46.62
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges	
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District.
$1,981.15
1,892.66
41,192.79
46.62
$45,113.22
VICTORIA DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:
Gravel-crushing.
Maintenance and repairs, Crushing Plants Ql and Q21    $18,029.19
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Gravel-crushing	
Carried forward	
$18,029.19
$18,029.19 N 140 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward ....         $18,029.19
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:
Buildings.
Essondale, boiler and firing equipment  $6.37
Prince George Library Commission  10,707.01
Addition, Kamloops Land Registry Office  767.18
Jericho Unit, T.B. Hospital  2,490.93
Vault   accommodation   for   Land   Registry   Office,   Victoria
Court-house   730.75
Workmen's Compensation Building, Vancouver  6,284.67
Reconstruction, Oakalla barn  435.75
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Buildings  21,422.66
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:
Police Offices, Lockups, etc.
Campbell River Lockup  $1,937.45
Dawson Creek Lockup  6,800.00
Police garage at Prince George  718.90
McBride Lockup    875.00
Squamish Lockup   79.45
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Police Offices, Lockups, etc   10,410.80
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a) :
Gravel-crushing.
Purchase of Pioneer  diesel-electric crushing and  screening
plants, etc.  $112,335.82
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Gravel-crushing         112,335.82
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6(6):
Buildings.
Alberni, purchase of Lots 5 and 6, Bk. 11, D.L. 1, Plan 197e $2,700.00
Additional property, Colquitz  2,310.00
Purchase of three buildings from War Assets Corporation,
Nanaimo  (equipment and repairs)  7,952.73
New Vista institution, purchase of property  10,000.00
Purchase of City Lots 1735 and 1736, Michigan Street, Victoria   10,500.00
Construction of new Government Building, Alberni  28,980.66
Addition to police office and lockup, Alert Bay  272.89
Police building, Atlin  4,500.00
Burns Lake Court-house  54.94
Child Guidance Clinic, Vancouver  7,000.00
Colony Farm, Essondale—
220-bed unit   85,706.61
Extension to heating and sewage-disposal plant  36.44
Quonset to accommodate 200 cows  56,912.22
Deaf and Blind School, heating plant  6,612.43
Essondale, Nurses' Home  66.21
Essondale, boiler and firing equipment power-house  1,000.00
Jericho T.B. Unit, Vancouver   65,942.12
Nelson Garage   33,096.75
Nurses' Home, New Westminster Mental Hospital  52,010.54
Addition to Land Registry Office, New Westminster  51,741.16
Parliament Buildings,  annex  136,062.00
Penticton Court-house  ._  53,516.72
Prince George Gaol  5,546.11
Saanich Mental Hospital, pasteurizer r  1,637.11
Sooke police building  34.16
Tranquille Nurses' Home, advertising, etc  195.66
Home for Aged, Vernon  72,521.62
Carried forward  $696,909.08      $162,198.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 141
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6(6):
Buildings—Continued.
Brought forward  $696,909.08      $162,198.47
Purchase of hospital buildings at Terrace from War Assets
Corporation          36,967.80
Contract increases—
Admission Unit, Essondale  (general contract)       83,651.79
Admission Unit, Essondale (electrical contract)         6,804.00
Admission Unit, Essondale (heating and ventilating contract)          10,237.50
100-bed Unit No. 2, Essondale       22,809.09
Lockup   and   police   residence,   University   Endowment
Lands, U.B.C.         2,122.23
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Buildings         859,501.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a) :
Equipment Fund.
Equipment Fund   $500,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Equipment Fund .        500,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a) :
Gravel-crushing.
Purchase of Pioneer  diesel-electric  crushing and screening
plants, etc.      $39,128.97
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Gravel-crushing  39,128.97
Capital Account—" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945."
Agriculture—
Land-clearing    $9,908.98
Agriculture pavilion ____   7,324.82
Agricultural Engineering and Mechanical Laboratory Building     24,123.75
Applied Science Building    287,433.09
Boiler and power house—
New boiler and installation  60,131.55
Addition  to  power-house   (electrical   underground   services)     150,511.96
Addition to Library  321,483.70
Physics Building  __...-    348,375.29
Contract increases, Physics Building—
General contract   109,366.20
Plumbing contract   6,309.97
Heating and ventilating contract  7,916.62
Total, " B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "      1,332,885.93
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a) :
Gravel-crushing.
Maintenance and repairs to crushers     $12,237.63
Maintenance and repairs to Wagon Drill W21  71.54
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2   (a) :
Gravel-crushing    _  12,309.17
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c):
Buildings.
Boys' Industrial School (purchase of property)  $13.00
Essondale (admission unit) —
Administration and Treatment Block  (veterans' unit)— 193,211.26
Additional roads   3,655.85
Carried forward     $196,880.11   $2,906,024.03 N 142 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2(c):
Buildings—Continued.
Brought forward  $196,880.11   $2,906,024.03
Home for the Aged, 100-bed hospital  (second unit)  36,498.59
Saanich Mental Home   120.74
T.B. Unit, Vancouver (Credit, $3.09)
Tranquille Nurses' Home ...  68.20
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c):
Buildings           233,564.55
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing.
Crusher Q21 (maintenance and repairs)       $6,502.62
Crusher Q21  (operation)   (see Credits)       93,449.63
Crusher Q26 (operation)  (see Credits)       31,658.72
Deroche crusher  (operation)   (see Credits)       44,830.06
Kitchener crusher   (operation)       18,913.89
Crusher Ql  (operation)   (see Credits)       63,426.93
Transfer of gravel from Stock-pile Q10_.._(Credit, $1,960.80)
Credits received re purchase of gravel as follows:—
Q21 (Credit, $94,810.06)
Q26 (Credit, $44,310.80)
Deroche  (Credit, $59,557.30)
Ql  (Credit, $74,388.45)
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing  (Credit, $16,245.56)
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):
Equipment Fund.
Equipment Fund      $25,000.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Equipment Fund   25,000.00
Vote 187 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Roads generally—Miscellaneous expenditures and material __    $59,180.02
Road supervision—Equipment Inspector's salary and travelling expenses  (five months)         1,447.74
Car insurance      $34,181.73
Credit         34,938.71
Credit    $756.98
Roads generally—Paving   (operation of Inspectors' cars)    $1,157.34
Credit    1,722.00
Credit          $564.66
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  59,306.12
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Bridges generally  (includes temporary assistance in Bridge
Engineer's office)       $12,761.46
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  12,761.46
Vote 187 (a)—Machinery.
Purchase of machinery _'.  $415,876.00
Total, Vote 187  (a)—Machinery         415,876.00
Total expenditure, Victoria District    $3,636,286.60 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 143
YALE DISTRICT.
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
Reg. No.
61.    Hope Bridge approaches       $1,280.37
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges  $1,280.37
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
Hope-Princeton Highway, Section A (Project No. 1)  $649,298.57
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads ...        649,298.57
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges.
61.    Hope Bridge approaches     $98,083.64
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges  98,083.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Nine Mile Bluffs (Project No. 16)....    $98,127.29
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  98,127.29
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947."
246.    Ten Mile Bridge (Project No. 13)          $568.94
284.    Nicola Lake Bridge (Project No. 17)         3,966.30
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  4,535.24
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
44.    Spences Bridge        $1,455.03
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2  (a) :
Roads  1,455.03
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
1. Trans-Canada Highway, Lytton West (Project No. 24)  $106,965.01
1. Trans-Canada Highway, Yale (Project No. 28)  20,000.00
1. Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 180.4 (Project No. 56)  85,100.62
1. Trans-Canada Highway, Robbins Bridge (Project No. 57)  83,440.35
70. Princeton  (Project No. 35)  20,000.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads         315,505.98
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads.
(Increases awarded to contractors.)
Hope-Princeton Highway, Section A (Project No. 1)  $326,613.53
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a):
Roads         326,613.53
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Surveys.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Miles 179-80 (Tank Creek)       $1,615.84
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2  (a) :
Surveys   1,615.84
Carried forward    $1,496,515.49 N 144
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1947-48.
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Brought forward.
$1,496,515.49
Vote 187 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :  Roads,
Trails, and Streets.
Reg. No.
Snow-removal.
General.
Total.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway      $10,328.98    $66,400.19    $76,729.17
11.
12.
14.
17.
23.
25.
27.
33.
35.
36.
40.
44.
46.
55.
65.
70.
72.
74.
98.
102.
101r.
102r.
Brookmere
Chaumox 	
Coalmont 	
Coldwater	
Cummings 	
Douglas Lake
Gavelin 	
61.
67.
72.
76.
79.
80.
81.
83.
84.
86.
90.
91.
93.
95.
99.
100.
102.
103.
104.
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
314.45
Iron Mountain
Kamloops  	
Kane Valley 	
Lauder 	
Spences Bridge
Mamette Lake ..
Mill Creek 	
Petit Creek 	
Princeton ____■	
Rey Lake 	
Rice     	
Othello 	
Lindgren
Merritt-Kamloops   	
Merritt-Princeton 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)  ....
Stamp Account  (Unemployment Insurance)   	
Plant and tools	
Barrel Account 	
1,834.85
259.48
171.95
1,328.21
399.44
"_MJ!72_88
1,079.14
98.88
52.14
5,656.06
""69751
35.00
127.21
250.23
2,086.74
4,945.87
3,954.01
154.01
2,296.84
462.65
5,759.82
362.13
212.19
23,993.37
1,240.25
268.70
732.58
7,960.71
183.65
234.42
1,298.21
1,705.72
1,132.70
2,861.76
1,685.23
299.70
1,678.62
376.00
564.68
2,086.74
6,780.72
4,213.49
154.01
2,296.84
462.65
171.95
7,088.03
761.57
212.19
26,366.25
2,319.39
367.58
784.72
13,616.77
183.65
303.93
1,333.21
1,705.72
1,132.70
2,861.76
1,812.44
299.70
1,678.62
376.00
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $2,256.61)
Garage Account ... (Credit, $775.10)
$24,128.18 $129,504.59 $153,632.77
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets _ 	
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Hope  1  $1,195.72
  440.10
  760.81
  342.16
  2,616.24
 -  334.26
  492.20
  960.64
  1,039.32
  1,047.43
  539.79
  1,244.18
  886.02
  508.35
  583.65
  401.91
  805.94
  384.03
 l  551.55
  449.77
  1,073.04
  327.61
  548.10
  3,025.47
Emory
Tunnel __
Sawmill 	
Sailor Bar	
Overhead 	
Spuzzum  	
Swan 	
Tierney	
Dutchman Bar
Sidehill 	
Palmer	
Seventeen Mile
Hell's Gate .._..
Robbins 	
Half 	
Anderson 	
Stoyoma  	
Nine Mile	
Nigger Creek _
Cisco 	
Tank Creek
Watson 	
Thompson 	
153.632.77
Carried forward     $20,558.29   $1,650,148.26 .
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE. N 145
YALE DISTRICT—Continued.
Vote 187 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued.
Brought forward  $20,558.29   $1,650,148.26
Reg. No.
134.    Lockie      310.65
170.    McGee   216.53
219.    Lear   592.45
223.    Kelley Creek   301.81
254. Sunshine Valley   4,316.46
255. Gavelin   661.31
291.    Shuter  405.91
335.    Kingsvale   1,132.16
342.    McCulloch   405.99
348.    Thynne     751.33
350.    Manion   1,029.44
381.    Aspen Grove     322.01
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  6,389.09
Total, Vote 187 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance   37,393.43
Vote 187 (a)—Ferries.
91.    North Bend Aerial Ferry     $13,096.30
Total, Vote 187 (a.)—Ferries  13,096.30
Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway   $40,137.12
44.    Spences Bridge   11,948.12
73R. Merritt-Spences Bridge  7,197.56
101R. Merritt-Kamloops   7,328.20
1 02r. Merritt-Princeton   4,368.26
Total, Vote 187 (6)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  70,979.26
Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits.
Wallace Street, Hope       $2,043.00
Total, Vote 188—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  2,043.00
Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
39.    Newton Creek   $150.00
79.    Tulameen River   1,000.00
Total, Vote 156—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  1,150.00
Total expenditure, Yale District ,    $1,774,810.25
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE.
Total expenditure distributed by districts (see pages 60 to 145) $24,449,951.94
Miscellaneous.
Statutory—" Civil Service Act, 1945," Sec. 78 (cost-of-living bonus)  87,655.27
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account
(see Credit, Pattullo Bridge, Revenue, $607,463.40) —     126,433.67
Votes 183-186, 189-191, and 194-196 (see Summary, page 57)  1,817,192.46
Special Warrant No. 7  _.  36,225.03
Special Warrant No. 9   2,000.00
Special Warrant No. 10  -  147.80
Vote 192. Gravel-crushing   10.00
Vote 193. Langford Warehouse   10.00
Total expenditure, Public Works  (gross) $26,519,626.17
Total credits (see page 59) -  831,819.93
Total expenditure, Public Works (net) $25,687,806.24 N 146 REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER.
REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER.
The statement of gross expenditure for the fiscal year reported herein of
$26,519,626.17 reflects an increase of $11,818,180.93 over the fiscal year 1946-47.
This expenditure involved a total of 63,744 vouchers. Credits accounted for during
the year reported totalled $831,819.93, compared to $809,281.83 for the previous year.
In addition to the large volume of vouchers, 14,000 requisitions were passed through
the Accounts Branch;   $1,829,995.38 was cleared through the Collectorate Account.
The district offices, in common with headquarters, have had a large volume of
additional work to perform by reason of increased expenditure and changes in both
accounting and personnel procedure, and I wish to express my appreciation of the
splendid co-operation received.
W. Wright,
Departmental Comptroller.
VICTORIA,   B.C. :
Printed by Don McDiahmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1948.
348-1248-6274  

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