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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1949-50
Pursuant   to   the   provisions   of   the
"Audit Act,'' Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1948
PEINTBD BI
AUTHOKITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Triii.ed by Dox McDiAHiiin, Primer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1950.  To Colonel the Honourable Charles Arthur Banks, C.M.G.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of
the Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the "Audit Act," chapter
22, R.S.B.C. 1948.
Respectfully submitted.
H. ANSCOMB,
Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance,
Victoria, 14th February, 1950. Victoria, 14th February, 1950.
The Honourable Herbert Anscomb,
Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the "Audit Act," chapter 22, R.S.B.C.
1948, as follows:—
(A) Statement of Treasury Board Overrulings (section 35).
(B) Statement of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their
Appropriations (clause (b) of section 36).
(C) Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations
which did not occur within the Period of the Account (clause (e) of section 36).
(D) Statement of Special Warrants issued (subsection (4) of section 24).
(E) Statement showing the Revenue and Expenditures for the First Nine
Months of the Present Fiscal Year, viz., from 1st April to 31st December, 1949
(clause (a) of section 42) :—
(1) Revenue.
(2) Expenditure (charged to Income).
(3a.)   Expenditure (charged to Loans).   -
(36)   Expenditure (charged to Revenue Surplus).
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. A. CRAIG, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPOR I.
(A)
TREASURY BOARD OVERRULINGS.
Nil. GG  6 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
(B)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED
31st MARCH, 1949.
Statement of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their Appropriations from 1st
April, 1948, to 31st March, 1949, and for which Overexpenditure the Sanction of Parliament is required.
Vote
No.
11
12
29
30
36
37
40
41
42
43
44
46
47
48
52
55
56
64
66
70
72
79
84
85
87
95
96
101
103
113
122
126
127
130
132
153
158
Service.
Department of Agriculture.
Farmers' Institutes .
Women's Institutes
Department of the Attorney-General.
General Office	
Companies Branch	
Sheriffs' Offices 	
Official Administrator-
Supreme and County Courts	
Official Stenographers  _	
Motor-vehicle Branch	
Provincial Police ___ 	
County Gaols    	
Administration of Justice 	
Crown Prosecutor's Office ... .   __..
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries .
Probation Office   	
Incidentals and Contingencies._
In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight
and Express Rates    	
Department of Education.
Visual Education	
Vancouver Normal School	
Conveyance (Special Services) ...
Teachers' Superannuation Fund..
School Radio Broadcasts 	
Provincial Library.. 	
Public Library Commission..	
Provincial Museum   	
Department of Finance.
Controlling and Audit Branch    	
Surveyor of Taxes Office  	
Government Agents and Assessors 	
Printing Public Accounts, Revenue Receipts,
Bonds, Cheques, Estimates, etc  	
Department of Health and Welfare.
Grants in Aid of Arthritis Control	
Office of the Deputy Minister (Welfare).
Burial of Indigents    	
Social Assistance   	
Child Welfare Division   	
Industrial School for Boys  	
Department of Lands and Forests.
Surveys and Maps .
Publicity	
Carried forward-
Total
Appropriation.
$9,944.00
10,096.00
51
27
43
37
127
26
384
1,542
561
150
8
22
23
9
,632.71
,593.27
888.77
206.56
,479.66
,678.14
,210.58
,925.45
,621.09
,500.00
517.00
,000.00
340.00
000.00
25,000.00
35,055.34
64,058.00
610,000.00
910,000.00
17,982.62
50,948.37
103,540.48
23,913.46
126,517.88
143,535.56
997,396.36
12,000.00
25,000.00
9,940.00
13,000.00
3,937,000.00
545,345.54
126,848.63
234,689.16
2,500.00
Total
Expenditure.
$10,126.79
10,112.06
52
29
48
38
128
28
414
1,575
592
175
8
24
24
,881.24
,008.02
,869.18
,876.49
,959.80
,847.45
,604.95
,988.30
,310.92
,948.26
,815.90
,698.61
,,294.79
,673.61
55,069.28
36,267.08
74,220.68
651,089.90
917,607.12
18,078.61
51,172.27
104,398.19
25,393.10
134,828.41
145,101.94
1,000,802.48
14,757.77
37,074.38
9,988.47
14,818.32
4,024,947.76
595,575.93
134,732.89
241,794.06
2,992.90
$11,050,904.63  i$ll,464,727.91
Over-
expended.
$182.79
16.06
1,248.53
1,414.75
4,980.41
1,669.93
1,480.14
2,169.31
30,394.37
33,062.85
30,689.83
25,448.26
298.90
2,698.61
954.79
673.61
30,069.28
1,211.74
10,162.68
41,089.90
7,607.12
95.99
223.90
857.71
1,479.64
8,310.53
1,566.38
3,406.12
2,757.77
12,074.38
48.47
1,818.32
87,947.76
50,230.39
7,884.26
7,104.90
492.90
$413,823.28 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  7
Unprovided Items in Expenditure for Fiscal Year ended 31st March, 1949—Continued.
Vote
No.
Service.
Total
Appropriation.
Total
Expenditure.
Over-
expended.
Brought forward    	
$11,050,904.63
$11,464,727.91
$413,823.28
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
200
204
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments
25,000.00
11,765.64
26,525.25
11,795.86
1,525.25
30.22
Department of Public Works.
218
Gravel-crushing    	
10.00
157,333.11
157,323.11
Department of Trade and Industry.
226
11,293.00
12,763.64
1,470.64
$11,098,973.27
$11,673,145.77
$574,172.50 GG 8
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
(C)
STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS CHARGED AGAINST 1949-50 APPROPRIATIONS
WHICH DID NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE PERIOD OF THE ACCOUNT.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name
Particulars.
Amount.
9
14
29
43
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
46
48
48
49
49
49
49
50
50
50
50
50
52
52
52
60
69
84 (6)
84 (6)
84 (6)
84 (6)
84 (6)
84 (b)
84 (_)
84 (6)
84 (6)
84 (6)
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949..
Oct., 1948	
Feb. and Mar., 1949	
June, 1948-Mar., 1949.
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949..... 	
Feb., 1949  -.
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948	
Jan., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949... ...._.
Feb., 1949 	
Feb., 1949 	
Jan., 1949	
Mar., 1949.
Oct., 1948, and Feb.,
1949 	
Mar., 1949. __
Sept., 1948, and Jan.
and Feb., 1949..	
Feb. and Mar., 1949.....
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949..
Aug., 1948-Jan., 1949..
Jan., 1949	
Feb., 1949  	
Feb., 1949.. 	
Feb., 1949 	
Sept., 1948-Mar., 1949
Jan., 1949 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949......
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949__.	
Feb., 1949.
Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949..
Mar.
Jan.-
Feb,
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Dec.
Mar
Feb.
Feb.
Mar
1949	
Mar., 1949..
1949	
, 1949..
, 1949..
and Mar., 1949.....
and Feb., 1949......
and Mar., 1949	
,1949	
1948-Mar., 1949.
1949  	
, 1949  	
, 1949	
, 1949. 	
Prov. Cow-testing Assn 	
Imperial Oil, Ltd 	
Hon. G. S. Wismer	
N. K. Spiers and F. Denyer	
Bidle-Segrave, Ltd  	
Bryant Motors, Ltd.  	
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse	
Canadian National Railways _
Canadian Pacific Air Lines ...
Crawford & Co., Ltd  	
Empire Motors  	
Evans, Coleman & Evans, Ltd.
Imperial Oil, Ltd.   	
McMillan Motors, Ltd  _.
Pacific Mills, Ltd 	
Stewart Motors 	
Taylor Bros 	
Vancouver News-Herald	
Vancouver General Hospital
Northern Medical Centre 	
Prince   George   and   District   Hospital Society—   	
British-American Oil Co. 	
Edward Lipsett, Ltd.   	
National Film Society of Canada ...
Shell Oil Co. of B.C  	
Sundry   	
Canadian National Railways	
Canadian National Steamships	
Mark Cosgrove 	
George A. Tapp     	
Dr. L. R. Amundsen ._  	
L. F. Cheston    _ __
Sundry persons 	
Riddell, Stead, Graham & Hutchison
Aspol Motors   	
Abbotsford Motors   	
Arcadian Auditorium	
Canadian Pacific Railway
Greater Victoria School Board	
McMorran's Pavilion  _
New Westminster Board of School
Trustees   _ 	
Recreation Council of Greater Victoria   _ 	
Vancouver School Board 	
Victoria   Drive   Community   Hall
Assn  	
Western Press Clipping Bureau	
Baker & Taylor Co	
Bookshelf Bindery, Ltd. _.	
British-America Paint Co 	
Canadian Pacific Express 	
Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd. 	
Wm. Collins' Sons & Co	
J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd __ ___..	
Doubleday Publishers	
H. R. Huntting Co 	
W. Johnson    	
Longmans, Green & Co	
Macmillan Co. of Canada	
McClelland & Stewart	
Services  __	
Supplies 	
Travelling expenses
Pay-list  	
Car parts 	
Repairs 	
Radio parts	
T ran sportation	
Transportation 	
Supplies ___ 	
Repairs  	
Fuel 	
Gasoline  	
Repairs	
Meals	
Repairs
Storage of car-
Advertising..	
Hospitalization..
Professional services
Services	
Gasoline, oil.... 	
Raincoats  	
Film :	
Supplies  —
Witness fees 	
Transportation	
Transportation	
Services 	
Services  	
Professional services
Coroner's fees	
Witness fees _
Professional services
Repairs	
Repairs 	
Rental of hall _
Telegrams	
Rental of hall .
Rental of hall.
Rental of hall..
Rental	
Rental of hall .
Rental of hall...
Services	
Books rebound .
Rebound books
Supplies	
Express	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Books	
Rebinding.	
Books	
Books	
Books	
$328.00
59.20
25.10
134.21
21.85
37.55
27.98
647.01
113.60
911.34
79.95
45.90
10.62
30.00
11.15
37.67
10.00
14.28
1,495.00
252.00
10.00
30.39
16.72
139.05
16.80
64.00
59.13
113.85
359.50
38.30
25.00
15.00
99.00
9,017.97
31.82
14.02
50.00
15.55
114.00
41.00
25.00
15.54
460.45
20.00
10.48
765.69
189.11
21.57
18.22
42.68
66.34
19.96
24.18
2,400.57
18.55
20.08
15.28
124.98 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
GG 9
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
104
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
116
118
118
118
124
127
127
128
128
128
128
128
129
129
129
129
129
129
129
132 (d)
132 (<_)
132 (d)
132 (d)
132 Cd)
132 (<_)
132 (<_)
132 (d)
132 (d)
132 (<_)
132 (<_)
132 {d)
132 (d)
132 (d)
132 (d)
132 (d)
134 (a)
134 (a)
137 (c)
139 (a)
141
142
142
142
142
Feb., 1949	
Feb. and Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949- —	
Feb. and Mar., 1949...
Feb. and Mar., 1949....
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949..... 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949..__
Mar., 1949 _	
Oct., 1948, and Feb.
1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Jan., 1949	
Jan., 1949 ___
Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949.
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Feb., 1948	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Feb. and Mar., 1949	
Feb. and Mar., 1949.....
Jan. and Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949.
Mar
, 1949 	
Apr.
1948-Mar., 1949-
1949
Mar
, 1949.-	
Mai-
,1949 -
Mar.
, 1949	
1949	
Feb
1949 	
Mar
, 1949	
Feb
1949 	
Feb.
1949	
July-Sept., 1948 	
Dec, 1948-Mar., 1949...
Dec, 1948-Mar., 1949..
Sept. and Oct., 1948 .....
Mar., 1949... 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949......
May-Aug., 1948 	
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949..
May, 1948-Mar., 1949..
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar.,1949 —.
Jan. 5,1948-Mar. 1949
Mar., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949... 	
Mar., 1949—	
Jan., 1949 	
Dec, 1948 	
Oct., 1948	
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949	
Dec, 1948	
George J. McLeod, Ltd. 	
New Method Book Bindery, Inc.	
Pacific Northwest Bibliographic
Cen ter	
Public Library Commission 	
The Ryerson Press  	
S. J. Reginald Saunders & Co	
Vancouver Barge Transportation
Vancouver Public Library	
G. R. Welch Co., Ltd  	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd.	
Fuller Brush Co	
Henderson Motors __ 	
A. C. Horn Co., Ltd   	
Imperial Oil, Ltd.	
McLennan, McFeely & Prior, Ltd..
Standard Oil Co. of B.C	
J. D. Wilson	
H. J. Christian    __	
E. E. Matthews and F. M. Murkar..
Columbia Coast Mission	
Dr. W. R. McEwan  _
Sundry debtors	
E. Stewart ,	
Mrs. D. Murray	
Mrs. J. Shelford 	
Fleck Bros.   	
Gestetner (Canada), Ltd.	
M. Maclean    	
Mrs. Millard	
Taylor Instrument Cos. of Canada,
Ltd.   	
Doc's Radio Clinic	
Home Oil Distributors  ._ 	
Kelowna Hospital Society.-. 	
Northern   Hardware   &   Furniture
Co., Ltd    	
Mrs. M. Peters __■ 	
Postmaster, Nanaimo	
W. P. Robinson  	
Dr. R. N. Anderson 	
Drs. S. R. Arber and G. E. Sleath —
Dr. B. C. Barkman	
Dr. J. A. Berkeley	
Burris Clinic	
Dr. W. A. Drummond	
Dr. M. Katz ___ 	
Drs. Keneely and Browne	
Dr. L. C. Kindree	
Drs. Knox, Henderson, and Moir.....
Drs. R. G. and A. W. Large 	
Dr. A. G. Macdonald   	
Dr. R. Matiko   	
Dr. R. D. Morrison .  	
Prince George Clinic	
Drs. E. J. and A. T. Wilford	
Drs. R. G. and A. W. Large	
Ocean Falls General Hospital 	
Receiver-General of Canada 	
Sundry	
Sun Directories, Ltd.	
R. M. Adams 	
Alice K. Carroll... 	
City Hall Service	
Haddad & Gartside Motors .
Books  	
Binding	
Membership 	
Petty cash	
Books 	
Books  	
Freight  	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Books	
Supplies  _.
Repairs  	
Supplies 	
Oil 	
Supplies 	
Oil 	
Travelling expenses
Salary  —
Salary 	
School inspection _
School inspection ._
Inspection  	
Salary	
Professional services
Professional services
Supplies - 	
Supplies 	
Travelling expenses
Electric light	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Supplies 	
Services 	
Supplies -.
Services 	
Stamps 	
Services	
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Refund amount overclaimed 	
Pay-list  	
Directory  	
Travelling expenses
Sundry supplies	
Repairs.__ 	
Repairs   	
$12.58
58.94
75.38
42.86
94.88
82.59
22.13
76.65
17.77
76.98
19.63
63.86
38.24
20.46
19.74
506.88
31.00
24.00
20.00
491.25
53.70
319.50
100.00
50.00
50.00
239.98
542.30
19.75
20.49
217.37
10.94
15.50
25.00
21.99
25.00
28.00
18.00
36.00
46.00
54.00
62.00
25.00
35.00
24.00
45.00
44.00
46.00
39.00
10.00
19.00
26.00
107.50
15.00
80.00
34.00
102.12
294.15
51.50
22.65
24.85
32.75
35.17 GG  10 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
142
144
144
144
147
147
147
147
147
147
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
Mar., 1949... __
Mar.-July, 1948-
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949..
July, 1948-Mar., 1949.
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 —
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949
Sept.-Dec, 1948	
Mar., 1949  __.
Sept., 1948-Jan., 1949.
Sept., 1948-Feb., 1949
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949  	
Oct., 1948-Feb., 1949...
Sept., 1948 - 	
Nov., 1948-Jan., 1949-
May and June, 1948	
July, 1948 — 	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949  	
Jan. and Feb., 1949— -
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Aug., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949  ,
Mar., 1949. 	
Mar., 1949  __.
Mar., 1949.—-	
Mar., 1949  	
Feb., 1949 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 ....
July, 1948 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 —
Feb., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
July, 1948-Jan., 1949..
Feb. and Mar., 1949 ....
Jan., 1949 	
May and June, 1948	
Feb. and Mar., 1949
Feb. and Mar., 1949	
Oct., 1948	
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949  __
Dec, 1948, and Mar.,
1949 	
Dec, 1948, and Mar.,
1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 . 	
Dec, 1948, and Jan.,
1949 	
Jan., 1949	
Mar., 1949... .....
Mar., 1949	
Jan., 1949  .'.
V. Vincent —   	
City of Kamloops 	
Kootenay Funeral Home — 	
City of Vancouver 	
Mrs. E. Marcotte	
Province of Manitoba 	
Province of Saskatchewan	
Western Society for Physical Rehabilitation   — 	
Province of Alberta  	
City of Vancouver 	
G. M. Argue	
Baal's Drug Store... 	
G. V. Bedford  	
B.C. Cancer Institute    	
Bella Coola General Hospital	
Bew's Drug Store	
Black's Drug Store 	
W. Brown   	
Brown's Pharmacy, Ltd. 	
Burris Clinic    	
Chilliwack Hospital 	
Dr. W. A. Clarke	
S. A. Clement Drugs  	
Dr. H. L. Coursier   	
Cowichan Motor Transport 	
Creston Pharmacy	
City of Cumberland	
Cumberland Drugs 	
Dawson Creek Pharmacy, Ltd.
Donaldson's Drug  _	
City of Duncan  	
Dr. E. H. W. Elkington	
Township of Esquimalt 	
Dr. S. P. Findlay	
Fleury's Pharmacy 	
Fraser's Drug Store  	
Dr. A. F. Gillis    	
City of Grand Forks
Drs. Harvey, Wright, and Strong ...
Hunter's Pharmacy  „
Irving Clinic  	
Kaslo Drug Store	
Dr. M. Katz  	
Kelly's Rexall Drug Store   	
Dr. W. S. Kergin	
Dr. M. Krause	
City of Ladysmith 	
Ladysmith Drug Store ___ 	
Dr. A. Neil McDougall  	
McGill & Orme	
Dr. D. H. Mclntyre	
Macdonald's Prescriptions	
Mann's Drug Store  __ 	
Mater Misericordiae Hospital
Nakusp Drug Store	
Optical Prescription Co.	
Osoyoos Drug Store 	
City of Penticton	
Penticton Hospital	
Dr. J. N. Penzer	
Pitt's Drug Store 	
City of Port Coquitlam .
Prince George Clinic	
Travelling expenses
Funeral expenses	
Funeral expenses	
Funeral expenses	
Services	
Welfare services	
Welfare services	
Social allowances
Welfare services..
Welfare services..
Services	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Services 	
Services	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies - 	
Supplies	
Services	
Services	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Transportation	
Drugs	
Social welfare	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Welfare	
Professional services
Social welfare	
Professional services
Supplies — 	
Supplies 	
Professional services
Social welfare	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Professional services
Social welfare	
Supplies  	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Services 	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Social welfare
Services	
Professional services
Supplies   	
Welfare services .
Services 	
$10.00
126.00
40.00
172.50
11.25
319.24
448.00
270.00
223.19
31,181.97
109.76
100.22
10.00
568.40
40.10
15.97
11.66
10.00
93.62
65.00
15.00
35.00
81.90
85.00
12.50
61.56
50.51
57.30
149.51
66.91
17.64
120.00
177.21
12.85
62.47
48.83
21.00
61.48
10.00
24.98
35.00
11.53
45.00
126.37
12.00
108.00
179.42
120.64
70.00
341.27
12.00
50.04
156.34
190.60
42.05
27.50
25.64
252.08
59.84
20.00
116.51
73.80
25.00 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  11
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
151
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(6)
152
(b)
152
W
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
152
(b)
Jan., 1949...... 	
Feb., 1949 	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949... 	
Feb., 1949	
Sept., 1948-Feb., 1949.
Mar., 1948-Feb., 1949.
Jan., 1949...  	
Feb. and Mar., 1949	
Sept., 1948-Jan., 1949.
Jan. and Feb., 1949. ...
Mar., 1949 __
Mar., 1949	
Dec, 1948-Mar., 1949..
Dec, 1948-Feb., 1949..
Feb., 1947-Dec, 1948 .
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948-Feb., 1949 .
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949. 	
Mar., 1949	
Dec, 1948-Jan., 1949...
Feb., 1949, and Mar.,
1949	
Feb., 1949, and Mar.,
1949 	
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Sept., 1948, and Mar.,
1949	
Jan., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Jan., 1948-Mar., 1949..
Feb. and Mar., 1949 _..
Nov., 1948-Jan., 1949..
Feb.and Mar., 1949 -
Feb., 1949   	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949...
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949 .
Jan., 1949	
Sept., 1948-Nov., 1948
Mar., 1949  ___
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Sept., 1948 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 .._
Aug., 1948-Mar., 1949
Mar., 1949   _
Nov., 1947-Mar., 1949
Jan.-Mar., 1949 _.....
Mar., 1949	
Feb. and Mar., 1949
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Feb. and Mar., 1949 __
Dec, 1947, and Oct.,
1948 — _. 	
Jan.-Mar., 1949 	
Aug., 1948, and Mar.,
1949  	
Mar., 1949	
Sept., 1948-Feb., 1949
Nov., 1948-Mar., 1949
Prince George and District Hospital Society—   	
Dr. F. H. Quinn 	
City of Revelstoke  	
Scott's Drug Store  ___ _.
P. W. Semenchuk  	
Dr. H. Smythe.— 	
Township of Spallumcheen—	
Dr. J. H. Stapleton...... 	
District of Summerland	
Vancouver Island Laboratories	
Vernon Jubilee Hospital 	
Whitehorse Flying Service	
Whitehorse    Medical    &    Surgical
Clinic    	
Dr. Leonard J. Williams  _
C. S. Williams Clinic _ _ ._..__
Dr. A. R. Wilson—.   ___..
Yarwood Drugs, Ltd  __. 	
Drs. Arber and Sleath	
Armstrong Co-Operative Store	
Bon Marche      ._ __.      	
Brownwood's Shoes       	
Jean Burns Ladies' Wear 	
Children's Aid Society 	
City of Chilliwack	
District of Coldstream ...
Copp The Shoe Man 	
Courtenay Drug Co., Ltd.	
District of Coquitlam  	
City of Cranbrook  	
Cranbrook Trading Co 	
Dr. R. Duncan   	
T. Eaton Co., Ltd  	
Frank's Hardware	
Howson's Children's Wear 	
Hudson's Bay Co  	
L. & M. Shoppe   	
Ladysmith Trading Co.	
M. H. Laidlaw  	
Laver's Department Store 	
Dr. L. H. Leason 	
Drs. R. V. and J. S. McCarley....	
Mark Creek Store  	
Miller's  	
District of Oak Bay  ....	
Oliver Stationery   	
Mrs. R. Page  ___
Penticton Stationery  .—
Dr. F. Perry   	
City of Port Alberni 	
City of Prince Rupert  	
Township of Richmond	
Robertson Bros.  	
City of Rossland  	
City of Salmon Arm— 	
Scantland's, Ltd. 	
Searle's Shoes __   ~
Shields & Co., Ltd.._  	
Sisters of St. Ann   	
Dr. Smythe 	
Spafford's    __
Services 	
Professional services
Social welfare	
Supplies	
Services  _ _
Professional services
Social welfare	
Professional services
Social welfare   	
Services  	
Services.__ 	
Transportation	
Services	
Professional services
Services	
Professional services
Supplies	
Professional services
Supplies  	
Supplies .	
Shoes	
Clothes 	
Welfare	
Welfare .  	
Welfare	
Shoes — 	
Supplies 	
Welfare	
Welfare 	
Welfare	
Medical services	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Shoes  	
Supplies	
Clothing 	
Shoes and clothing
Shoes	
Shoes and clothing
Medical services	
Medical services	
Shoes and clothing
Shoes and clothing _.
Welfare __.   	
School supplies 	
Shoes and clothing _
Supplies —.	
Professional services
Welfare   __
Child welfare	
Child welfare   .._
Shoes and clothing
Child welfare 	
Child welfare 	
Clothing 	
Shoes 	
Clothing 	
Shoe repairs, tuition
Medical services	
Shoes and clothing .
$130.90
70.00
86.50
11.52
15.00
132.00
621.38
15.00
11.52
31.50
27.00
50.00
20.00
99.00
34.00
58.50
13.61
41.00
27.68
44.18
11.59
17.45
931.04
1,006.35
388.20
29.70
33.82
839.77
115.34
25.68
25.50
11.59
42.75
26.65
39.22
44.44
43.91
60.93
105.51
10.00
14.00
79.79
14.83
29.32
13.07
10.32
100.90
30.00
671.59
780 82
162.99
43.98
285.01
65.39
45.53
26.32
83.32
25.60
12.00
21.54 GG 12 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
152 (6)
152 (6)
152 (6)
152 (6)
152 (6)
152 (6)
152 (6)
154
167
171
172
175
183
184
184
185
185
185
191
228 (a)
229
230 (a)
230 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
232 (a)
233
233
233
233
234 (_)
236
236
236
236
236
236
238
237
237
237
238
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
239 (a
Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Oct. and Nov., 1948-
Dec, 1948	
Jan., 1949	
Dec, 1948	
Mar., 1949	
May, 1946	
Feb., 1947... 	
Mar., 1949	
June, 1947-
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949-
Aug.-Nov., 1948	
Nov., 1948 	
Mar., 1949	
Jan., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948, and Mar.,
1949	
Mar., 1949  _
Mar., 1949.. 	
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Oct., 1947	
Oct., 1948	
Jan., 1949 	
Jan., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949.. 	
Dec, 1948 ______ 	
Mar., 1949.. __..
Mar., 1949	
Oct., 1947	
Feb., 1949	
Sept., 1948-Jan., 1949
Mar., 1949  	
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948, and Feb.
and Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949—	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949  	
Mar., 1949	
Oct., 1948	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 .___
Sept., 1948-Mar., 1949
Nov. and Dec, 1948-
Mar., 1949 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 —
June, 1948	
Feb. and Mar., 1949......
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Jan.,1949	
Oct. and Nov., 1948.	
Mar., 1949	
City of Vancouver	
City of Vernon __ 	
City of Victoria  __
Walker's Model Store	
C. S. Williams Clinic	
Dr. D. H. Williams	
Sun Directories, Ltd 	
Royal Columbian Hospital	
Clarke & Stuart, Ltd 	
Clarke & Stuart, Ltd	
Frederick Goertz, Ltd 	
Harold R. Tingley 	
Sundry  _ —
Kelly, Douglas & Co  __
Slade & Stewart, Ltd	
J. G. Fraser, Ltd  	
Paragon Plastics  _ 	
Union Truck & Implement Co.
Victoria Photo Supply.—	
Marshall-Wells, Ltd 	
Clarke & Stuart, Ltd	
Clarke & Stuart, Ltd	
J. B. Lippincott Co _ 	
Canadian Liquid Air Co	
Canadian National Railways
L. S. Chipperfield, M.D...._	
General Films, Ltd.  ___.
Ireland & Allan, Ltd.	
Michael Matoff  ___
North American Cyanamid ._
Receiver-General of Canada .
General Films, Ltd.   	
Jackson Printing Co. 	
Nilus Leclerc, Inc.	
McGeachie & Holdsworth	
Muir's Cartage   	
R. Chamberlain    ._ 	
Diggon-Hibben, Ltd.   _	
Grand Forks Garage 	
Mrs. W. Mitchell 	
Shell Oil Co. of B.C	
Jack H. Storrie	
Sundry  	
F. Glass  	
McLennan, McFeely & Prior, Ltd.
Northern Electric Co., Ltd...
Superior Bulb Co., Ltd	
Alanson Hardware Co., Ltd.
Alma Service	
Bell Lumber & Pole Co __....
Bond Transfer 	
British America Paint Co. _.
B.C. Electric Railway Co. -
B.C. Forest Products, Ltd...
Bostock Ranch, Ltd.	
District of Burnaby	
Colin Cameron	
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Capling Transfer ___
Central Hardware 	
Cecil Clark	
Rex Cox Men's Wear.—	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.
Child welfare 	
Child welfare— _
Child welfare 	
Clothing  _.
Services  _.
Professional service
Lease directory _
Services — _
Supplies — _
Supplies  	
Kern level	
Adjusting compass .
Pay-list  	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Grease and oil 	
Supplies  	
Supplies  	
Supplies  	
Supplies 	
Supplies — 	
Supplies	
Transportation	
Professional services
Supplies —- 	
Supplies 	
Clothing  	
Supplies - —
Refund amount over
claimed  —
Projector  	
Paper cullers	
Supplies — 	
Supplies  _
T ran sf er  	
Travelling expenses
Supplies	
Tires and tubes	
Travelling expenses
Gasoline and oil—	
Travelling expenses
Pay-list 	
PI oughing 	
Supplies  	
Supplies	
Supplies .  	
Supplies . 	
Repairs	
Lumber	
Truck-hire 	
Supplies ..— _ _
Services	
Lumber  	
Rental _ 	
Services  	
Supplies	
Replacing bridge	
Hauling tractor	
Supplies -	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Rental of land ___	
$445.53
11.42
191.07
24.19
26.00
10.00
51.50
317.75
315.00
18.24
318.27
25.00
150.00
59.87
18.60
252.94
16.08
10.82
81.02
34.31
23.94
63.92
11.75
12.56
28.83
60.00
12.45
12.93
4082
16.06
75.56
695.25
591.80
885.03
107.33
10.00
51.35
15.45
50.58
60.00
29.38
67.45
73.92
45.00
16.58
97.40
179.33
146.49
25.06
1,250.15
56.00
16.48
35.08
5,166.82
25.00
167.72
203.18
3,368.38
21.60
24.27
15.43
10.04
50.00
. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  13
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued,
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
Amount.
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
'a)
239
'a)
239
a.)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
'a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
a)
239
b)
240
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949...
Jan. and Feb., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Feb., 1949  	
Feb., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Oct.-Dec, 1948, and
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Mar.,1949  ___...
Mar., 1949.. 	
Mar., 1949 	
July, 1948-Mar., 1949..
Mar., 1949 .	
Feb., 1949	
Oct., 1948  	
Mar., 1949  —
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949 	
Dec, 1948, and Feb.,
1949.  	
July,1948 ..	
Sept., 1948-Mar., 1949.
Feb., 1949  —
Jan. and Feb., 1949	
Aug., 1948— 	
June, 1947	
Feb., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949 	
Feb., 1949	
Jan. and Feb., 1949.	
Oct., 1947  	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949 	
Aug., 1947-Feb., 1949..
Sept., 1948	
Nov., 1948 — 	
Mar.,1949 	
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Dec, 1948-Mar., 1949..
Feb., 1949 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949 ....
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948 	
Mar., 1949 ..	
Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Dec, 1948	
Dec, 1948  -
Jan.,1949	
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949 ..
July and Oct., 1948-
Mar., 1949 	
Sept., 1948-Mar., 1949
Nov., 1948	
Mar., 1949 	
Feb., 1949  	
Mar., 1949	
Oct., 1947, and Nov.,
1948 	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
Evans, Coleman & Johnson..
Evans-Wilby Transport.	
Franzen & Burns 	
J. Ganderton _ __ 	
Grand Forks Sawmills, Ltd.
Gulf Islands Ferry Co..
Harold Hardy	
Highway Service	
Home Oil Distributors .
Hotel Princeton	
Imperial Oil, Ltd.-
Island Truck & Equipment..
LaPointe Bros.	
Jack Lees	
Little, Haugland & Kerr	
R. J. Long, Ltd 	
McBride Timber Co _	
McColl-Frontenac Oil Co.
L. M. McKinnon	
McLennan, McFeely & Prior, Ltd.—
Malman Motors  	
Fred Mannix __ Co., Ltd	
Marshall Bros  _
Department of Mines and Resources
Nanaimo Towing Co., Ltd	
District of North Cowichan... 	
Overwaitea, Ltd	
Portable Equipment, Ltd	
Powell Machine Works  	
George Proctor  _■_	
Township of Richmond _■ „	
George St. Denis	
Shell Oil Co. of B.C  	
John Skaday   	
Snack Bar	
Paul Specht.
W. H. Squire & Sons	
Standard Garage  	
Standard Oil Co. of B.C 	
E. G. Stead .	
Torbritt Silver Mines  	
Uttke Bros 	
Western Exploration Co., Ltd..	
West Kootenay Power & Light Co—
Wes. Wheeler 	
A. R. Williams Machinery  	
Williams Lake Woodworks	
Wilson Motors, Ltd 	
Shell Oil Co. of B.C 	
District of Glenmore	
Bater Electric Service	
B.C. Electric Railway Co 	
T. W. Brown..   _ ._..
Butler Tire, Ltd  __ .....
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse, Ltd....
Canadian General Electric Co.	
Casorso Building Co	
Cowichan Agricultural Society	
Crane, Ltd  	
Mark Dumond  __ 	
T.Eaton Co., Ltd.
Fernie Bros.	
Contract 	
Supplies 	
Supplies _  	
Tractor-hire	
Supplies — 	
Supplies 	
Services  _
Travelling expenses
Repairs.-... - 	
Supplies	
Travelling expenses
Supplies 	
Express  	
Tractor-hire	
Travelling expenses
Snow-removal	
Lumber  __.
Lumber  	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Repairs 	
Snow-removal _
Supplies  	
Gravel 	
Services. —
Supplies  	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Repairs.. 	
Supplies 	
Services __._	
Travelling expenses
Supplies 	
Travelling expenses
Board and room	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Services 	
Gasoline, oil	
Hauling	
Snow-removal	
Hauling	
Tractor-hire. 	
Changing pole-line .
Hauling tractor	
Garage supplies	
Supplies	
Repairs 	
Supplies 	
Services 	
Repairs	
Services	
Rental of office	
Repairs	
Supplies  _
Supplies _ 	
Rental	
Rental  	
Repairs 	
Repairs  	
Watchman	
Meals, transportation 	
$6,548.77
26.14
168.00
231.00
168.00
301.20
34.05
60.00
34.20
48.00
128.50
443.55
58.76
72.00
118.57
256.00
105.53
558.76
212.80
14.88
25.78
16.72
1,998.75
20.00
300.00
50.00
117.10
67.25
1,767.33
26.75
16.10
72.60
14.79
358.01
31.50
31.23
320.85
28.00
99.45
531.38
180.00
3,168.06
929.00
198.00
54.50
150.00
147.61
12.32
189.41
1,223.27
700.00
97.92
13.84
60.00
22.81
10.72
35.99
200.00
35.00
26.71
38.21
137.50
383.89 GG   14 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S  REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued.
Vote
No.
Date of Service.
Name.
Particulars.
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
241
242
244
244
244
245
255
S.W. 4
S.W.4
S.W. 4
S.W.4
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Mar., 1949 	
Dec, 1948-Mar., 1949.
Mar., 1949	
Dec, 1948 __. 	
Jan., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Sept., 1948. 	
Jan.-Mar., 1949 :....
Jan.-Mar., 1949 	
July, 1948-Mar., 1949.
Mar., 1949 	
Jan.-Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949 	
Dec, 1948, and Mar.
1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949  	
Mar., 1949 	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Jan., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Feb., 1949 	
June, 1948	
Oct., 1948 	
Dec, 1948  	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Feb., 1949 	
Mar., 1949- 	
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948-Jan., 1949.
Mar., 1949... 	
Mar., 1949	
Feb. and Mar., 1949..._
Mar., 1949	
Nov., 1948	
Mar., 1949... 	
Oct., 1948	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Nov. and Dec, 1948
and Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949 	
Feb. and Mar., 1949—
Oct., 1948-Mar., 1949-
Mar., 1949.. 	
Mar., 1949  	
Feb. and Mar., 1949—
Jan.-Mar., 1949...	
Mar., 1949	
Jan., 1949  	
Mar., 1949 	
Sept. and Oct., 1948-
Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Feb., 1949 	
Feb., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Jan. and Feb., 1949 ....
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
Mar., 1949	
W. Freeman & Sons.	
Haberlin Nurseries 	
Harrisons & Crosfield...
C.A. Haddrell _.
Heaps-Waterous, Ltd.
Hobbs Glass, Ltd	
A. Hudon	
W. S. Hunter	
Kamloops Air Services, Ltd	
Keremeos Public Health	
Ker & Stephenson _ 	
Kootenay Lake General Hospital ..
A. McLean & Sons  _ _
McLennan, McFeely & Prior, Ltd—
Alfred W. McLeod, Ltd	
Metals, Ltd 	
Northern Electric Co., Ltd	
Oaklands Nursery	
Okanagan Trust Co	
The Pas Lumber Co 	
Sechelt School District No. 46	
Andrew Sheret, Ltd. 	
Sidney Roofing & Paper Co.	
Smithers Plumbing & Heating	
G. A. Stevens  	
Western Oxygen Co., Ltd 	
Woodward Stores, Ltd. 	
Canadian Durex Abrasives 	
British American Oil Co.  	
Pioneer Sash & Door Co	
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co	
Hickman-Tye Hardware Co	
Joseph Heaney, Ltd  	
Bennett Hardware  	
Dutchies Transfer  	
" K " Cafe   	
Keremeos Hotel  	
Albion Lumber Co., Ltd.—	
Armco Drainage & Metal Products
Atlas Construction, Ltd	
Charles E. Barry  	
M. A. Berigan   _ 	
Bostock Ranch, Ltd.	
B.C. Cement Co., Ltd. 	
B.C. Electric Railway Co._
B.C. Equipment Co., Ltd	
B.C. Marl Co., Ltd	
B.C. Power Commission
B.C. Telephone Co	
R. P. Brown  	
G. H. Bryan  	
F. P. Burden 	
Burr Motors, Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd. __...
Canadian General Electric Co.
Canadian Pacific Railway	
Cawston Irrigation District  ._
Chilliwack Garage  	
Coast Testing Laboratories	
Commodore Cafe  	
James Conley   	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd ____	
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
Dutchies Tran sf er 	
T. Eaton Co., Ltd. ._. _
Repairs 	
Supplies 	
Repai rs  	
Rental   	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Repairs	
Repairs _	
Services 	
Rental. 	
Rentals 	
Rentals	
Repairs ___ 	
Supplies _.
Rentals  	
Repairs  	
Repairs	
Supplies  	
Rentals	
Supplies  	
Rentals  	
Repairs   _
Supplies — 	
Repairs  	
Pay-list	
Repairs  	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Gasoline, oil..	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Cartage 	
Supplies  	
Truck-hire	
Meals _____ 	
Room rent	
Lumber 	
Supplies 	
Services __ 	
Fees     _.
Supplies  _.
Rent of land 	
Supplies 	
Moving poles	
Supplies 	
Tractor-hire  _
Construction ___
Moving poles __ _
Professional services
Fees  	
Services  	
Truck-hire .___ 	
Contract  	
Supplies   	
Freight — 	
Services	
Services _ 	
Services	
Meals	
Fees -  	
Contract.  	
Contract  	
Truck-hire .._ ___
Furniture ___ 	
$73.75
62.50
12.88
40.00
12.75
206.21
12.00
14.35
30.25
90.00
1,600.00
540.00
56.00
124.76
125.00
92.35
172.72
25.75
52.50
156.00
15.00
312.34
151.41
16.00
89.60
10.38
559.42
1,341.27
70.74
42.67
13.77
22.07
101.40
19.57
164.50
79.35
18.00
796.01
79.26
30.61
30.00
16.36
25.00
696.28
1,103.08
125.81
364.00
10,925.47
4,269.81
920.00
51.00
388.88
56.00
1,607.70
237.53
56.79
1,331.03
28.03
17.50
11.69
30.00
247.91
3,425.91
70.00
19,105.35 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG 15
Statement of Payments charged against 1949-50 Appropriations—Continued.
Date of Service.
Particulars.
Amount.
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Statutory
Mar.
Dec,
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.,
Mar.
Mar.
Mar
Mar
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Oct.-
Mar.
Mar.
Oct.,
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.;
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.-
Jan.-
Mar.
May
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.,
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.,
Feb.
1949- _.
1947 	
, 1949-	
1949 	
1949 	
, 1949 	
1949	
, 1949 	
, 1949	
and Mar., 1949 .
, 1949	
, 1949 	
, 1949	
Dec, 1948 _
,1949	
, 1949	
1948-Feb., 1949
and Mar., 1949 ..
, 1949 	
, 1949 	
, 1949. 	
, 1949 	
,, 1949 	
,, 1949	
„ 1949	
, 1949	
-Mar., 1949	
-Mar., 1949	
., 1949 	
-Oct., 1948	
, 1949- 	
, 1949 	
1949 —_ 	
, 1949 	
, 1949 -	
, 1949	
, 1949 	
1949- 	
and Mar.,1949..
John Ewart  	
General Construction Co..
J. 0. Gilchrist — 	
K. S. Gill  	
Granby Consolidated Mining Co.
Hedley Mascot Gold Mines 	
George H. Hill ______ 	
Hotel Princeton 	
Imperial Oil, Ltd 	
Village of Lake Cowichan 	
W. B. McAllister 	
R. J. MacGregor   _.
A. C. MacMillan  _____
Marwell Construction Co	
Masset Sawmills, Ltd 	
George Morrison-
National Machinery Co	
Okanagan Telephone Co	
Pacific Pile Driving Co	
Pioneer Sash & Door Co	
Princeton Cafe  	
Rotter Lumber Co	
Scott's Pharmacy	
L. B. Shaw - _ 	
Sicamous Lumber Co	
Silver-Skagit Lumber Co...
Frank Smith	
Southern Okanagan Lands Project
Standard Garage	
G. A. Stevens	
Sumas Drainage, Dyking, and Development District  	
Terry's Tire Service	
Estate of Olaf Thorne.— ..	
Tulameen Hotel Co., Ltd 	
University of B.C 	
Wilkins, Ltd.  	
West Kootenay Power & Light Co..
Willard Equipment, Ltd.- 	
Sundry  	
Sundry accounts under $10 	
Material 	
Contract  	
Travelling expense
Services  1
Expenses	
Tractor-hire	
Travelling expense
Rooms, board	
Supplies 	
Supplies— 	
Services	
Travelling expense
Travelling expense
Contract	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Services. 	
Services _ 	
Supplies	
Meals	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Compensation	
Supplies 	
Supplies and work
Fees  	
Services	
Repairs „ 	
Salary adjustment
Unloading steel	
Services 	
Services __ 	
Room rent 	
Services	
Material  	
Changing poles	
Supplies 	
Pay-list 	
$488.61
1,803.55
39.81
161.00
11.50
80.88
62.50
10.00
37.00
74.16
36.75
17.03
33.70
310.44
1,004.25
30.17
117.30
939.22
135.00
182.57
265.63
40.00
30.90
225.00
53.32
1,828.50
12.00
909.00
42.37
65.78
216.00
28.00
19.50
16.00
284.50
148.00
100.85
22.38
177.74
890.05
$171,977.70 GG 16
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
(D)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SESSIONS
OF 1949 AND 1950.
Date of
Approval.
No. of
Warrant.
Service.
Amount of
Warrant.
Expenditure.
Mar. 30, 1949
Apr. 23, 1949
Feb. 8, 1950
Apr. 14, 1949
July 21, 1949
Oct. 21, 1949
Dec. 24, 1949
Dee. 31, 1949
Feb. 8, 1950
July 26,
1949
14
July 26,
1949
16
Aug. 16
1949
17
Oct. 21,
1949
21.
July 6, 1949
July 26, 1949
28
35
2
12
22
28
32
36
11
15
TO  MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE  FISCAL
YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH, 1949.
Department of Public Works.
To provide for additional and unforeseen expenditure incurred due to abnormal weather conditions; to cover the cost of repairs to highways,
bridges, and other public works, and additional
cost of snow-removal throughout the Province
for the fiscal year 1948-49 	
TO  MEET  EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 1950.
Department of Agriculture.
To make good the deficit in Farmers' Land-clearing
Assistance Fund at February 28th, 1949 _  .  —
For the purpose of supplementing Vote 25, Subsidies
on Agricultural Lime, Department of Agriculture
Department of the Attorney-General.
Compensation to Audrey Tartaglio for loss of diamond
ring— 	
To meet expenses incurred in connection with the
Doukhobor disturbances in the Kootenay area  __
To provide for the purchase of new furniture for
Court-house, Victoria   	
To provide for cost of survey of Motor-vehicle Branch,
Department of the Attorney-General 	
To meet expenditure for Prince George Gaol during
fiscal year 1949-50  	
For the purpose of supplementing Vote 42, Official
Stenographers, Department of the Attorney-
General—     	
Department of Education.
New school buildings and purchase of essential
equipment, Lower Post School District  	
New school buildings and purchase of essential
equipment, Chezacut School District  	
For the purpose of erecting a school at Telegraph
Creek       	
For the purpose of financing high school driver-
training project, Vancouver   	
Department of Lands and Forests.
Compensation to certain individuals for loss of personal effects in fire occurring at the Forest Service Marine Station at Vancouver on or about
May 17th, 1949-      	
Compensation to James Alfred Jordon for loss of
personal effects destroyed by fire at Blackwater
camp    — 	
Carried forward    __.
$260,000.00
52,500.00
10,000.00
$52,500.00
3,469.26
100.00
75.00
00,000.00
97,625.41
10,000.00
3.37
5,000.00
2,577.85
16,000.00
9,003.81
8,000.00 2,954.89
15,000.00
4,500.00
45,058.47
7,500.00
279.23
78.75
$534,016.45
14,067.96
38,772 36
6,000.00
279.23
78.75
$227,407.89 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  17
Statement of Special Warrants issued between Sessions of 1949 and 1950—Continued.
Date of
No. of
Service.
Amount of
Expendi
Approval.
Warrant.
Warrant.
ture.
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 1950—Continued.
1
Department of Lands and Forests—Continued.
Brought forward  	
$534,016.45
$227,407.89
Sept
22
1949
19
Compensation to John  Chapman  and J.  S. Gilmore
for loss of personal effects in fire at the Land-
use  Survey  camp  at  Groundbirch  on  or  about
August 21st, 1949   	
408.00
408.00
Oct.
24,
1949
23
Compensation to Fred Harper for loss  of personal
effects   destroyed   in   fire   of   sleeping   tent   at
Woodpecker on September 10th, 1949     	
77.45
77.45
Oct.
24,
1949
24
Compensation to J. W. Madill for loss of personal
effects   destroyed   in   fire   of   sleeping   tent   at
Woodpecker on September 10th, 1949 	
196.25
196.25
Nov
21,
1949
25
Compensation to Robert  G.  Miller for loss of personal  effects   caused  by  his  canoe  being  overturned   while   on   fire-fighting   duty   on   Murtle
Lake, on or about July 15th, 1949   .	
14.00
14.00
Nov
30,
1949
26
Purchase from Harold Enquist and Blanche Enquist
of lands  described in agreement between  them
and His Majesty the King in the right of the
Province of British  Columbia, dated May  16th,
1944  	
Department of Mines.
50,000.00
765.60
July
19
1949
13
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails 	
50,000.00
	
_.
Department of Municipal Affairs.
.
Dec.
21,
1949
29
To   provide   for   payment   to   Gordon   T.   Meredith,
chartered  accountant,  for services  rendered  in
connection  with  investigation  into  matters  regarding Consolidated Credits Corporation, Limited, New Westminster      	
573.00
573.00
Dec.
24,
1949
30
Payment to Corporation of the City of Kimberley of
1949  taxes  levied for general  purposes by the
Province  upon  the  lands  and  improvements  included in the Corporation of the City of Kimberley extension  	
2,375.00
2,375.00
Dec.
24,
1949
31
Payment to the Corporation of the Village of Campbell   River   of   1949   taxes   levied   for   general
purposes  by  the  Province  upon  the  land  and
improvements  included  in  Village  of  Campbell
River extension  	
Department of Public Works.
246.75
246.75
Apr
2,
1949
1
Compensation to Public Works Department employees
for personal effects lost in fire which destroyed
camp located on Project 93, near Vernon	
To   Compensate   Beaton   Navigation   Company,   of
292.90
Apr
14,
1949
3
Arrowhead, for losses sustained due to unusually
severe ice and flood conditions   	
5,000.00
5,000.00
$643,199.80
$237,063.94 GG 18 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Special Warrants issued between Sessions of 1949 and 1950—Continued.
Date of
No. of
Service.
Amount of
Expendi
Approval.
Warrant.
Warrant.
ture.
TO  MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 1950—Continued.
Department of Public Works—Continued.
Brought forward 	
$643,199.80
$237,063.94
Apr. 14, 1949
4
To  provide  for  the  estimated  cost  of  new  works:
Acquisition of necessary right-of-way and construction of a channel from Ellis Street to the
mouth of Penticton Creek in the City of Penticton,   Similkameen   Electoral   District,   $55,000;
new improvements on the banks of the Similkameen   River   at   Keremeos   and   also   at   Trout
Creek,   in   the   Similkameen   Electoral   District,
for the  betterment of  stream-control,  $38,500;
cleaning   and   reconstruction   of   Mark   Creek
channel  in   the   City  of  Kimberley,   Cranbrook
Electoral District, Provincial Government share,
$20,000  .-           	
113,500.00
55,413.33
Apr. 23, 1949
6
To meet Highway Construction Company's claim for
compensation by means of a contract adjustment
covering reconstruction of the Southern Trans-
Provincial  Highway,  Sections  A and  B,  Grand
Forks-Greenwood District    —
11,218.68
11,218.68
May 19, 1949
7
Grant to Village of Pouce Coupe toward cost of in-
15,000.00
May 19, 1949
8
Compensation to R.  Stewart, Pritchard, for loss of
two cows       	
300.00
300.00
May 25, 1949
9
Compensation to  certain Public Works Department
employees  for  loss   of  personal   effects   in   fire
which destroyed a camp located on  Project 93,
near Vernon, January 25th, 1949	
240.67
240.67
June  3,  1949
10
To meet approved costs incidental to the Okanagan
Flood Relief Project in fiscal year 1949-50 	
15,000.00
15,000.00
Aug. 23, 1949
18
Grant-in-Aid   to   the   Corporation   of  the   Village  of
6,262.92
6,262.92
Sept. 26,1949
20
New improvements on the banks of the Similkameen
River at Keremeos and also at Trout Creek, in
the Similkameen Electoral District, for the bet-
43,800.00
39,348.53
Dec.   8,   1949
27
To meet approved costs incidental to the Okanagan
30,000.00
8,636.13
Jan.   3,   1950
33
To provide for repairs to Provincial highways, bridges,
and other public works which have been damaged
by   floods   due   to   extreme   weather   conditions
throughout the Province of British Columbia .__
270,000.00
52,769.74
Feb. 10, 1950
37
To   provide   for   repairs   to   Provincial   highways,
bridges, and other public works which have been
damaged by floods due to extreme weather conditions throughout the Province of British Co-
128,300.00
Department of Trade and Industry.
Jan. 22, 1950
34
Incidental   and   contingent   expenses   in   connection
with opening the Hope-Princeton .Highway to
20,000.00
19,990.52
$1,296,822.07
$446,244.46 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  19
(E)
(1)
STATEMENT SHOWING THE REVENUE FOR THE FIRST NINE  MONTHS OF
THE PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, VIZ., 1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER, 1949.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
Service.
Revenue for 9 Months ended
31st December, 1949.
$30,000.00
Current Account.
Department of Agriculture:
$29,162.56
Department of the Attorney-General:
"Administration Act "—Fees, etc.,..— 	
Companies Branch  - 	
$64,490.86
98,617.61
162,092.82
4,828.25
680,467.70
8,282,212.23
27,384 33
926,818.64
185,055.55
532,689.43
872,586.48
39,330.00
23,267.00
11,213.75
5,138.00
15,592.46
28,040.35
9,656.72
7,871.89
$25,000.00
130,000.00
175,000.00
3,000.00
650,000.00
16,250,000.00
100,000.00
Dog Licences —     	
" Game Act "—Fees and Licences  	
" Government Liquor Act "   	
900,000.00
200,000.00
Land Registry Fees      	
Law Stamps -    — _           	
725,000.00
4,900,000.00
125,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
14,000.00
" Motor-vehicle Act ":
Registration Fees, etc      	
Annual Licences, Motor-vehicles   (except Motorcycles)    	
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs —- 	
" Moving Pictures Act "  	
" Real-estate Agents' Licensing Act "  ._
" Securities Act "          	
Sheriffs' Fees          	
50,000.00
50,000.00
" Fire Marshal Act "—Fees, etc        	
13,000.00
Miscellaneous Receipts           ._              	
Department of Education:
Teachers' Examinations and Certificates 	
$24,355,000.00
$4,145.00
11,977,354.07
$4,000.00
10,000.00
100.00
Department of Finance:
Dominion of Canada:
Rental Fee for Leased Tax Fields and Payments
under Terms of Union —  	
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax — 	
$14,100.00
$18,740,673.02
4,145.00
$25,203,439.86
500,000.00
$25,703,439.86
1,700,000.00
$18,740,673.02
1,766,586.15
657,586.53
8,884,357.27
377,190.22
900,000.00
10,000,000.00
480,000.00
Fuel-oil Tax  	
Gasoline Tax  	
Interest:
120,000.00
900,000.00
500,000.00
Fraser River Bridge—on account 	
Land Taxes:
Real Property    	
1,323,611.40
648,909.55
1,889,012.09
83,290.22
71,235.17
820,631.91
144,992.57
1,100,000.00
50,000.00
Mining Tax -   	
Poll Tax.      	
75,000.00
500,000.00
Carried forward    ...
$42,028,439.86
$35,408,076.10
$12,010,661.63 GG 20 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Revenue for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
Service.
Revenue for 9 Months ended
31st December, 1949.
$42,028,439.86
18,000,000.00
15,000.00
50,000.00
40,000.00
$60,133,439.86
$20,000.00
$50,000.00
40,000.00
500.00
$90,500.00
?1,000.00
400.00
$1,400.00
$28,000
275,000
350,000
23,000
50,000
400,000
2,750,000
2,900,000
430,000
20,000
$7,226,000.00
$1,000.00
$50.00
40,000.00
300.00
100,000.00
$140,350.00
$800.00
$25,000.00
1,500.00
$26,500.00
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward _	
Department of Finance—Continued.
Social Security and Municipal Aid Tax	
Trust Deposits reverted to the Crown	
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims
Miscellaneous Receipts   	
$35,408,076.10   $12,010,661.63
18,534,703.78*
Department of Lands and Forests:
Grazing Permits and Fees _	
Land Revenue, Sundry- —
Land Sales  	
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps .
Timber Leases  	
Timber Licences	
Timber Royalties __ 	
Timber Sales 	
Water Rentals and Recording Fees .
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
Legislation:
Private Bills' Fees .
Department of Mines:
Bureau of Mines - _ _  	
Free Miners' Certificates  	
Miners' Examinations and Certificates .
Mining Receipts, General— 	
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Miscellaneous Receipts _	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
King's Printer (net profits)	
Miscellaneous Receipts  	
Carried forivard.
46,466.85
251,064.36
Department of Fisheries:
Fish-buyers' and Miscellaneous Licences
Department of Health and Welfare:
Marriage Licences  ___ 	
Vital Statistics  	
Miscellaneous Receipts   	
Department of Labour:
Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees .
Trade-schools Regulation Fees 	
54,240,311.09
23,602.00
$38,501.50
31,762.00
481.76
$1,121.50
12.00
$23,978.85
256,186.15
263,189.48
23,503.67
52,822.95
298,766.01
223,246.11
109,489.92
432,037.53
19,998.29
$135.00
41,732.00
464.05
118,688.24
$603.23
70,745.26
1,133.50
7,703,218.96
161,019.29
587.50
603.23
$74,211,882.46
* Subject to allocation pursuant to section 35 of the " Social Security and Municipal Aid Tax Act." COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  21
Statement of Revenue for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
Service.
Revenue for 9 Months ended
31st December, 1949.
Current Account—Continued.
$74,211,882.46
$450,000.00
" Public Utilities Act " and " Motor Carrier Act ":
Miscellaneous Receipts   	
Department of Public Works:
            116,873.99
$5,000.00
6,209.37
Railway Department:
$3,000.00
                 3,319.17
Department of Trade and Industry:
$3,500.00
                 3,372.00
Refunds of Expenditure:
$50,000.00
280,000.00
150,000.00
$14,496.52
Charged to Loans    	
21,899.50
$480,000.00
36,396.02
$92,980,589.86
  —   $74,378,053.01 GG 22 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
(E)
(2)
♦STATEMENT  SHOWING  THE  EXPENDITURE  FOR THE  FIRST  NINE  MONTHS
OF THE PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, VIZ., FROM 1st APRIL
TO 31st DECEMBER, 1949.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$5,403,976.88
45,000.00
3,140,362.93
2,646,328.22
$11,235,668.03
$190,900.00
$29,860.00
1,428.00
$31,288.00
$13,400.00
56,240.00
11,080.00
102,850.00
29,230.00
202,540.00
22,560.00
10,120.00
10,460.00
21,400.00
183,760.00
18,260.00
12,760.00
10.00
35,000.00
14,000.00
2,000.00
20
2,000.00
21
25,000.00
22
1,000.00
23
30,000.00
24
15,000.00
25
300.00
26
5,000.00
27
30,000.00
28
500.00
Stat
16,000.00
Stat
500.00
Stat
Stat
50,000.00
$920,970.00
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Stat.
S.W. No. 5
Current Account.
Public Debt:
Interest  	
Premium and Exchange 	
Sinking Funds  	
Redemption of Debt	
Legislation _  _
Premier's Office:
Salary and Expenses ..
Cost-of-living Bonus-
-Merged  with  Sala-
Department of Agriculture:
Minister's Office 	
General Office  	
Markets Branch .. .   	
Horticultural Branch 	
Plant Pathology, Entomology, and Apiary
Inspection  	
Live Stock Branch ..  	
Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch
Farmers' Institutes _   _.
Women's Institutes   	
Soil Survey Branch   	
Agricultural Development and Extension
Agricultural    Engineering    and    Land-
clearing  	
Boys' and Girls' Clubs   	
Milk Board   .   	
Automobiles and Accessories   	
Agricultural    Associations    and    Fairs—
Buildings, Grants, etc.
Interior Provincial Exhibition Association
—Grant     	
Chilliwack Agricultural Association—Grant
Pacific National Exhibition—Grant  	
In Aid of Kamloops Bull Sale—Grant	
Rebates on Stumping-powder 	
Subsidies on Agricultural Lime 	
Rodent and Pest Extermination 	
Incidentals and Contingencies   	
Dominion-Provincial Farm Labour Service
" Pound District Act "   - 	
" Grasshopper-control Act " .
" Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act "
" Horned Cattle Purchases Act ". .__.
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged  with   Salaries     	
Deficit, Farmers' Land-clearing Assistance
Fund  _--'-  	
Carried forward
$5,233,032.84
96,500.39
3,140,362.93
5,794,628.22
$14,264,524.38
9,853.38
$23,175.99
$10,284.96
37,241.25
6,233.65
81,591.88
17,603.69
141,086.56
14,948.09
7,708.70
7,286.36
16,626.90
127,949.00
12,113.10
12,602 30
2,419.43-
24,688.18
9,125.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
25,000.00
16,443.05
16,996.90
114.27
1,206.48
22,919.90
731.90
648.15
6,191.91
52,500.00
23,175.99
671,422.75
514,968,976.50
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling and
Audit Branch at 31st December, 1949. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG 23
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 195<l.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$16,470.00
29
49,580.00
30
25,700.00
31
26,780.00
32
14,390.00
33
14,720.00
34
58,840.00
35
17,760.00
36
' 42,060.00
37
34,200.00
38
4,240.00
39
335,145.00
40
114,170.00
41
27,000.00
42
410,618.00
43
1,413,825.00
44
24,550.00
45
427,000.00
46
43,500.00
47
26,050.00
48
495,720.00
49
179,500.00
50
8,150.00
'    51
27,500.00
52
15,000.00
53
95,000.00
54
1,500.00
55
26,040.00
56
72,415.00
57
10,000.00
58
5,000.00
59
20,000.00
60
14,000.00
Stat.
8,000.00
Stat.
S.W. No. 2
S.W. No. 12
S.W. No. 22
S.W. No. 28
461,466.00
Stat.
$4,565,889.00
$15,700.00
61
62,800.00
62
10.00
63
325,000.00
64
122,252.00
65
51,914.00
66
54,880.00
67
35,820.00
68
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward
Department of the Attorney-General:
Attorney-General's Office	
General Office  	
Companies Office	
Insurance Office	
Securities Branch  	
" Credit Unions Act "	
" Fire Marshal Act "__ 	
Censor of Moving Pictures 	
Sherriffs' Offices	
Official Administrator _ 	
Official Guardian    	
Land Registry Offices 	
Supreme and County Courts	
Official Stenographers  	
Motor-vehicle Branch  	
Provincial Police 	
County Gaols  	
Oakalla Prison Farm  	
Women's Gaol        	
Prince George Gaol 	
Game Branch _ 	
Administration of Justice  	
Crown Prosecutor's Office, Vancouver	
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law
Costs      	
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in
Canada     _.
Probation Office  .._. 	
New Haven     .   	
Magistrate's Convention 	
Incidentals and Contingencies   __ 	
In    Aid    of    Removal    of    Discriminatory
Freight and Express Rates  — 	
" County Courts Act "  _ 	
" Magistrates Act "       ..      _
Compensation to A. Tartaglio  	
Expense, Doukhobor Disturbances, Kootenay Area       .. _    — 	
Purchase of Furniture, Court-House, Victoria       .. .   .      -
Cost of Survey of Motor-vehicle Branch	
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged with  Salaries    	
Department of Education:
Minister's Office _   	
General Office     	
Text-book Branch   	
Free Text-books, Maps, etc 	
High  School  Correspondence   School   (including Adults) —   	
Elementary Correspondence School	
Industrial Education  	
Visual Education    	
$14,968,976.50
37
22
20
10
11
31
10
36
36
3
248
79
25
318
1,269
18
369
30
30
362
130
5
18
428.78
307.65
626.92
,618.74
,892.24
436.65
,826.80
,777.97
,801.44
,652.02
020.98
,653.24
,086.97
300.18
129.08
,743.23
,528.33
,415.34
069.17
,541.58
659.37
,080.57
827.08
,393.86
14,254.81
78,542.02
507.96
23,606.92
54,021.03
4,974.25
13,773.07
9,332.96
7,588.00
75.00
73 801.74
$12,351.39
58,439.36
10.00
324,927.91
65,836.56
37,748.68
34,663.37
24,618.80
3,422,295.95
,376.00
Carried forward
$558,596.07 $18,391,272.45 GG 24                                  COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$668,376.00
198,370.00
64,587.00
36,705.00
153,779.00
7,600,000.00
1,350,000.00
640,000.00
100,000.00
932,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
14,000.00
16,500.00
35,150.00
1,000.00
412,780.00
19,300.00
10,500.00
16,250.00
19,520.00
9,730.00
48,875.00
107,950.00
20,800.00
22,925.00
24,000.00
1,550,000.00
21,000.00
30,000.00
10.00
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. No. 14
S.W. No. 16
S.W. No. 17
SW. No. 21
Stat.
98
99
100
101
102
Current Account—Continued.
$558,596.07   $18,391,272.45
Department of Education—Continued.
170,255.76
65,899.26
31,786.67
School for the Deaf and the Blind	
112,827.15
Basic and Supplementary Grants  (Teach-
5,800,086.90
1,344,846.13
Conveyances (Special Services) 	
320,074.86
37,069.49
Teachers'    Superannuation   Fund,   1%
(" Special Assistance in the Cost of Education Act ")	
711,412.57
Citizenship Training for New Canadians	
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children
High    School    and    Senior    Matriculation
8,352.15
17,428.57
37,241.98
265.51
Adult Education  .       	
304,492.33
12,514.46
Educational Direction and Supervision
Division   of   Educational   Reference   and
9,223.10
7,957.53
Division of Tests, Standards, and Research
17,219.05
5,860.32
39,080.64
90,431.36
12,646.78
Provincial Museum    	
15,908.06
8,601.42
University of British Columbia 	
University Endowment Lands—Proportion
1,175,000.03
21,000.00
18,000.00
Advances re Rural District School Taxes .
" Public School Act"—Assessment Equalization Board   _   	
New   School   Buildings   and   Purchase   of
Essential Equipment, Lower Post School
District... .. .     ..        	
New   School   Buildings   and   Purchase   of
Essential   Equipment,   Chezacut   School
District        	
Grant for the Erection of School at Telegraph Creek    	
7,870.74
12,149.23
13,183.84
37,908.69
Experimental High School Driver-training
4,000.00
110,000.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with  Sala-
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office  	
General Office  	
Controlling and Audit Branch   	
$14,244,107.00
11,029,190.65
$14,100.00
67,600.00
122,280.00
25,900.00
158,000.00
$10,341.10
59,455.88
109,174.25
20,157.38
Surveyor of Taxes Office    	
109,775.67
$387,880.00
$308,904.28   $29,420,463.10 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.                                  GG 25
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months op Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$387,880.00
81,300.00
330,000.00
239,370.00
6,300.00
10.00
921,500.00
111,500.00
15,000.00
2,000.00
20,000.00
1,625,000.00
5,900,000.00
27,000.00
430,000.00
1,400,000.00
15,000.00
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
113
114
Stat.
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward	
Department of Finance—Continued.
Purchasing Commission:
Administration    	
$308,904.28   $29,420,463.10
69,690.09
250,311.11
179,310.13
2,744.33
3,315.95
700,267.60
102,428.11
14,099.83
1,860.28
10,039.07
Social   Security   and   Municipal   Aid   Tax
Branch    	
Agent-General's   Office   and   B.C.   House,
Government Agents and Assessors, etc.
Postal Branch      	
Printing   Public   Accounts,   Revenue   Receipts, Bonds, Cheques, Estimates, etc.
Incidentals and Contingencies    ,.  .".	
" Municipalities Aid Act ":
Social Security and Municipal Aid Tax
" Public Libraries Act " _ 	
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "	
3,000,000.00
19,885.69
" Coal   and   Petroleum   Products   Control
11,347.96
1,511.26
63,840.57
6,250.00
" Municipal Superannuation Act " 	
" Water Act," Section 58 (7)- 	
Flood Relief and Control and " Flood Relief Act ":
$11,511,860.00
$4,745,806.26
137,769.47
828,601.90
509,009.16
1,187,500.00
Outside Fraser Valley._   	
Fraser Valley Rehabilitation Authority	
Fraser Valley Dyking Board 	
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged with  Salaries —   —- —	
Department of Fisheries:
Minister's Office	
195,000.00
$11,706,860.00
7,408,686.79
$209.27
23,965.24
$950.00
34,110.00
1,500.00
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged with  Sala-
Department of Health and Welfare:
Minister's Office — -     -
$36,560.00
24,174.51
$6,241.71
56,474.99
$7,220.00
61,240.00
10.00
203,660.00
290,970.00
119,000.00
25,000.00
15,000.00
Hospital Insurance Service  -
Public Health Branch:
General Services	
154,505 67
54,431.48
81,167.82
7,693.78
10,000.00
Public    Health    Service,    Metropolitan
Grants in Aid of Arthritis Control	
Grants in Aid of Paraplegic Control...	
$722,100.00
$370,515.45   $36,853,324.40 GG  26 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$722,100.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
123
124
10.00
125
10.00
126
10.00
127
97,350.00
128
233,882.00
129
174,690.00
130
148,990.00
131
153,690.00
132
133
84,080.00
134
58,230.00
135
52,270.00
136
1,726,297.00
137
10.00
138
423,310.00
139
9,520.00
140
41,230.00
141
700,570.00
142
21,050.00
143
12,000.00
144
1,500.00
145
2,500.00
146
3,686,000.00
147
75,000.00
148
125,000.00
149
617,000.00
150
790,000.00
151
513,710.00
152
89,730.00
153
123,843.00
154
36,382.00
155
3,370,000.00
156
2,330,680.00
Stat
475,000.00
Stat
562,000.00
Stat
$17,457,674.00
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward...
Department   of   Health  and   Welfare—Continued.
Public Health Branch—Continued.
Crippled    Children     (Dominion    Programme)    —	
Professional   Training   (Dominion   Programme)        	
Public Health Research  (Dominion Programme)   	
Health Surveys (Dominion Programme)
General Public Health   (Dominion Programme) ...      	
Public Health Nursing	
Health Units	
Division of Laboratories	
Division of Vital Statistics  	
Division of Venereal Disease Control   ...
Venereal    Disease    Control    (Dominion
Programme)  	
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
Central  Office,  District   Nursing  and
Social Service.- 	
Travelling Clinics ._   _	
Survey Clinics	
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics
Tuberculosis  Control   (Dominion Programme)  ._   	
Provincial Infirmaries - 	
Social Welfare Branch:
Office of Deputy Minister	
Director of Welfare and Family Service
Division  _ 	
Field Service  	
Medical Services  	
Burial of Indigents	
" Residence   and   Responsibility  Act "—
Administration	
Welfare Visitor for the Deaf  	
Social Allowances	
Supplementary Mothers' Allowances	
Hospitalization, Social Allowances, etc.,
re Japanese Indigents—Administration  	
Hospital Insurance Premiums for Social
Assistance Cases	
Medical Services and Drugs, etc	
Child Welfare Division  	
Provincial Home, Kamloops	
Industrial School for Boys... 	
Industrial School for Girls - 	
Old-age Pensioners' Cost-of-living Bonus
" Old-age Pension Act "  	
" Mothers' Allowances Act "   	
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged  with  Salaries  	
$370,515.45   $36,853,324.40
1,724.46
9,936.82
3,539.62
635.90
65,362.45
74,112.44
194,254.62
124,407.48
117,313.94
62,800.35
9,155.50
57,771.18
35,055.46
30,468.59
499,503.00
26,271.81
261,769.71
8,178.63
26,215.96
385,606.67
13,981.34
9,207.97
1,020.00
2,111,036.92
53,200.00
113,287.03
453,372.00
601,162.72
337,896.91
36,465.72
81,609.18
28,898.76
2,271,697.21
2,317,401.63*
278,500.00
Carried forward
11,073,337.43
$47,926,661.83
* Dominion contribution for quarter ended 31st December, 1949, deducted from expenditure, although not actually received at that date. —^^~
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  27
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$5,290.00
146,980.00
34,900.00
24,320.00
16,650.00
3,680.00
80,730.00
46,100.00
32,220.00
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
Stat.
$390,870.00
$13,185.00
165
59,860.00
166
185,340.00
167
374,920.00
168
156,730.00
169
10,830.00
170
77,530.00
171
60,000.00
172
10,000.00
173
82,500.00
174
300,700.00
175
61,500.00
176
204,500.00
177
500.00
178
500.00
179
1,500.00
180
2,500.00
181
4.000.00
182
879,690.00
183
418,900.00
184
419,000.00
185
2,000,000.00
186
4,000.00
187
95,500.00
188
26,500.00
189
445,700.00
190
45,300.00
191
48,100.00
192
5,000.00
193
5,000.00
194
150,000.00
Stat
10,000.00
Stat
Stat
Stat
Stat
Stat
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward .
Department of Labour:
Minister's Office      	
General Office      ..      _ ..-.  	
Board of Industrial Relations 	
Factories Inspection    	
Apprenticeship Branch    	
Trade-schools Regulation Branch      	
Industrial    Conciliation    and   Arbitration
Branch ...             _ 	
Labour Relations Board   —   —	
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged with  Salaries      	
Department of Lands and Forests:
Minister's Office _ _ 	
General Administration ...	
Lands Branch   	
Survey Branch  	
Water Rights Branch      	
Land Settlement Board   -
Land Utilization Research and Survey	
Water Surveys  	
B.C. Hydrometric Service ._  	
Fraser River Basin Board 	
Surveys and Maps — .   .    	
"Soldiers' Land  Act"   (Southern  Okanagan Lands Project)  ._  ..
Coal, Petroleum, and Natural Gas Control..
Refund of Stumpage   	
Refunds  under  " Land  Act "  and  " Revenue Act "      	
Publicity    	
Land-sales Commissions    	
Incidentals and Contingencies—Land	
Forest Service Salaries    	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery	
Expenses (Administration, Maintenance of
Buildings, Launches, Autos, etc.) 	
Forest Protection Fund  	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association .__
Forest Management	
Forest Research  	
Provincial Parks —   	
Public Relations (Forest)  	
Forest Ranger School	
Refund to the Government of the United
Kingdom    	
Incidentals and Contingencies	
" Forest Act "—Forest Reserve Account	
" Grazing    Act "—Grazing:      Range    Improvement Fund  	
Land Settlement and Development	
Doukhobor Lands  - 	
Fraser Valley Dyking Board  	
" Petroleum and Natural Gas Act "  _
$6,159,285.00
Carried forward .
$47,926,661.83
$7,316.62
111,745.86
13,309.46
16,880.30
18,651.17
2,215.24
67,048.87
30,532.45
$10,274.18
43,343.84
137,049.28
260,191.47
114,614.78
4,498.48
69,204.27
35,726.17
10,000.00
40,675.93
246,381 88
59,837.21
164,766.83
152.13
56.00
175.74
694.91
2,906.42
470,408.47
261,478.26
255,232.42
1,500,000.00
4,000.00
61,048.82
22,834.41
238,824.23
28,841.25
30,368.98
4,040.90
14,659.15
225.00
1,215.35
908.68
105,688.29
267,699.97
$4,200,323.73 $48,194,361.80 GG 28 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$6,159,285.00
S.W. No. 11
S.W. No. 15
S.W. No. 19
S.W. No. 23
S.W. No. 24
S.W. No. 25
S.W. No. 26
Stat.
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
Stat.
Stat.
206
207
208
Stat.
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
Current Account—Continued.
$4,200,323.73
279.23
78.75
408.00
77.45
196.25
14.00
765.60
$48,194,361.80
Department   of   Lands   and   Forests—Continued.
Compensation to Sundry Persons for Loss
of Effects —    	
Compensation to James A. Jordan	
Compensation   to   J.   Chapman  and  J.   S.
Gilmore      	
Compensation to Fred Harper  	
Compensation to R. G. Miller	
Purchase of Land from H. and B. Enquist
Cost-of-living  Bonus—Merged with  Salaries       _ .   _.
240,000.00
Department of Mines:
Minister's Office    .. 	
$6,399,285.00
$9,723.47
45,222.55
67,955.37
26,701.17
64,878.97
7,650.85
149,010.47
58.65
30,766.05
697.78
354.82
■     5,023.73
4,202,143.01
$13,960.00
53,810.00
105,900.00
General Office   	
Mineralogical Branch
35,260.00
93,110.00
8,100.00
Analytical and Assay Branch  	
Inspection Branch —     	
Grants        	
250,000.00
500.00
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  .
Subsidy re Explosives to assist Bona-fide
Prospectors    	
40,000.00
3,000.00
3,500.00
Grub-staking Prospectors
Interprovincial Committee on Mining	
20,000.00
" Iron and Steel Bounties Act "	
28,000.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with Salaries
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's Office	
$655,140.00
$512.58
35,584.41
20,355.09
408,043.88
$1,250.00
48,880.00
33,180.00
Regional Planning Division          	
9,786.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with Salaries
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office         	
$93,096.00
$12,493.57
25,721.68
84,863.54
673,016.40
69,214.43
52,515.63
48,755.75
564,162.90
97,958.55
10.00
6,174.12
180,000.00
10,021.90
56,452.08
$17,410.00
35,670.00
General Office	
250,000.00
1,450,000.00
71,940.00
Grant to Children's Homes, Convalescent
Homes, and Homes for the Aged, etc.
Per Diem Grants under Section 4 of the
" Hospital Act "  	
Civil Service Commission.	
45,380.00
74,500.00
Administration of " Superannuation Act "
and " Teachers' Pensions Act "     .
Grants re Retiring Allowances   .	
1,500,000.00
100,000.00
10.00
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "
" Teachers' Pensions Act "—Allowances
King's Printer	
8,650.00
180,000.00
Government House —
Assessment   on   Class   13   (The   Crown),
" Workmen's Compensation Act "
10,500.00
Civil Service Schedule Bond
Carried forward 	
$3,744,060.00
$1,824,908.47
$52,861,000.77 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG  29
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$3,744,060.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
23,500.00
10,000.00
107,500.00
226
11,070.00
227
30.00
228
51,270.00
229
85,060.00
230
482,400.00
231
3,110,238.00
232
10.00
233
413,200.00
234
4,200.00
Stat.
250,000.00
Stat.
1,000.00
Stat.
Stat.
56,000.00
Stat.
25,000.00
Stat.
Stat.
592,938.00
Stat.
$9,002,476.00
$278,914.00
Stat.
$16,570.00
235
927,670.00
236
399,923.00
237
44,240.00
238
11,336,000.00
239
70,000.00
240
1,307,029.00
241
75,000.00
242
7,500.00
243
10.00
244
10.00
245
1,000.00
246
1.00
247
56,452.00
248
2,500.00
249
S.W. No. 3
S.W. No. 4
S.W. No. 6
S.W. No. 8
$14,243,905.00
222
223
224
225
Current Account—Continued.
Brought forward .
Department   of   the   Provincial   Secretary—
Continued.
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments,
Grants, etc  _
Grants to Canteen Fund Trustees	
In   Aid   of   Resident   Physicians,   Medical
Aid, etc  	
B.C.   Provincial   Government   Employees'
Benefit Society    -	
Grants  to  Charitable and  other Associations — _     	
Collections Office.—   	
Farms     —
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Headquarters
Psychopathic Division _   	
Crease Clinic   	
Provincial Mental Hospitals	
Mental    Health    Care     (Dominion    Programme)     	
Home for the Aged
Allowance to Frederick Arthur Pauline	
" Provincial Elections Act "   	
" Public Inquiries Act "   	
" Civil Service Superannuation Act," Sec.
19 (2)    	
" Civil Service Superannuation Act," Sees.
18 (9), 19 (9), 21 (2), 46 (3)	
" Civil Service Act," Sec. 69  	
" Public Inquiries Act "—Workmen's Compensation Board
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with Salaries
Public Utilities Act " and
Act "  	
Motor Carrier
Department of Public Works:
Minister's Office-   	
Administration	
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and
Grounds  	
Government House (Maintenance)  -
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.	
Local Highways within Municipal Limits _.
Repairs,   etc.,   to   Government   Buildings
throughout the Province	
Highway Sign s  	
Research Branch    	
Gravel-crushing	
Langford Warehouse
Grants to Engineering Associations	
Steam-boiler Inspection  	
Electrical Energy Inspection.- 	
Dewdney Dyking Commission  	
Compensation to Beaton Navigation Co.	
Cleaning   and   Reconstruction    of   Mark
Creek Channel    	
Compensation to Highway Construction Co.
Compensation to R. Stewart. 	
Carried forward .
$1,824,908.47   $52,861,000.77
16,460.61
7,500.00
15,068.20
92,050.00
8,242.34
39,764.58-
27,734.88
36,158.82
12,232.12
2,006,835.34
63,950.03
192,625.04
3,150.00
456,526.01
2.06-
409.18
38,853.82
15,804.00
3,237.73
$11,142.66
563,577.95
257,581.18
28,380.77
1,493,091.26
34,902.46
593,400.97
39,765.56
1,004.32
46,328.19-
36,725.83
16,115.98
45,126.84
5,000.00
53,461.81
11,218.68
300.00
4,781,979.95
182,258.42
$10,144,468.08   $57,825,239.14 GG 30 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FIRST NINE MONTHS OF PRESENT FISCAL YEAR—Cont'd.
Estimated for
12 Months
ending 31st
March, 1950.
No. of
Vote.
Service.
Expenditure for 9 Months
ended 31st December, 1949.
$14,243,905.00
S.W. No. 9
S.W. No. 10
S.W. No. 27
S.W. No. 18
S.W. No. 20
Stat.
250
251
Stat.
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
Stat.
260
Current Account—Continued.
$10,144,468.08
240.67
18,431.40
6,262.92
37,548.86
$57,825,239.14
Department of Public Works—Continued.
Compensation to Sundry Persons for loss
of Effects                                   	
} Expenditure of the Okanagan Flood Relief
j     Project  ._ 	
Grant-in-aid,  Corporation   of  the  Village
Expenditure for New Improvements on the
Bank of the  Similkameen  at Keremeos
207,831.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with Salaries
Railway Department:
Minister's Office  _ 	
$14,451,736.00
$161.13
25,416.13
10,206,951.93
$650.00
34,430.00
2,628.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with Salaries
Department of Trade and Industry:
Minister's Office   __   	
$37,708.00
$9,710.53
8,97"8.54
142,854.13
122,556.65
40,717.12
29,083.56
160,000.00
5,000.00
25,577.26
$12,900.00
10,705.00
182,710.00
British    Columbia    Government    Travel
118,868.00
60,125.00
Bureau of Economics and Statistics  _
Office of Trade Commissioner 	
37,130.00
160,000.00
5,000.00
Grant—B.C. Research Council _ 	
Grants—Rural    Housing-    Advisory    Committee  for  B.C.  and  Community  Planning Association  	
21,339.60
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with Salaries
Recoverable Expenditure:
" Soldiers' Land Act, 1918 "—Houses, South
$608,777.60
518,900.53
$100.00
80 64
$92,308,018.63
$68,576,749.50 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50. GG 31
(E)
(3)
*STATEMENT   SHOWING  EXPENDITURES  AND   ADVANCES   OUT   OF   MONEYS
RAISED BY LOAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR
SPECIFIC PURPOSES, 1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER, 1949.
Authority for Expenditure.
Service.
Expended
for 9 Months
ended 31st
December,
1949.
" B.C. Loan Act, 1932 "
Section 6 (6)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1935"
Section 6	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1939 "
Section 6	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943 "
Section 6 (ct)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943 "
Section 6 (b)...	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1946 "
Section 6 (a)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1946 "
Section 6 (6)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1948 "
Section 6 (a)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949 "
Section 6 (a)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949 "
Section 6 (6)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949 "
Section 6 (c)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949 "
Section 6 (d)	
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949 "
Section 6 (e) _.
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949 "
Section 6 (</)	
" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 ":
Section 6      -   	
" John Hart Highway Settlement Act " — -
" Irrigation Assistance Loan Act "___ 	
" B.C. Public School Aid Loan Act, 1948 "  -
" Pacific Great Eastern Construction Loan Act,
1928 "  — -   	
" British Columbia University Loan Act, 1945 "	
Roads, Bridges, etc.— - 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc	
Public Buildings    	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc	
Public Buildings  _ __ _	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc 	
Public Buildings  — 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.. -	
Public Buildings _ _ 	
Equipment Fund - 	
Bridges    	
Culverts — —   	
Buildings at University of British Columbia   	
Highway Bridges   — -
Roads  - .- 	
Irrigation  	
Schools —- _ 	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway  	
British  Colurrtbia  University  Buildings
and Equipment  	
$12,945.23
296.48
3,004.40
102,665.20
564,700.69
3,018,302.63
1,159,875.99
1,324,886.70
7,736,782.89
561,440.27
1,000,000.00
246,569.84
381,865.66
129,197.06
1,766,224.50
1,744,316.81
4,000.00
1,326,088.76
2,400,000.00
549,475.26
$24,032,638.37
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling and
Audit Branch at 31st December, 1949. GG 32
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1949-50.
'STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES,
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE, FOR SPECIFIC
PURPOSES, 1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER, 1949.
Authority for Expenditure.
Service.
Expended
for 9 Months
ended 31st
December,
1949.
1 Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1944 "
Section 2 (a)    _ 	
Section 2 (&)___ —_ 	
Section 2 (c)     	
: Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945 "
Section 2 (b)   —
1 Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946 "
Section 2 (a)  _   _.	
Section 2 (_)  -._._ __.
Section 2 (g)    	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947 "
Section 2 (o) _ _     	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1948 "
Section 2 (6)  _ 	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1949 "
Section 2— —   	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc  _	
Peace River Road....   	
Public Buildings andEquipment— 	
Hospitals  — 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc	
Hospitals.  -  	
Grant—Memorial   Gymnasium   at   Uni
versity of British Columbia 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.. 	
Hospital Insurance Stabilization Fund-
Schools 	
$967.91
97.65
166,449.05
186,528.82
12,115.25
341,188.61
25,000.00
2,727,466.70
1,900,000.00
3,118,384.35
$8,478,198.34
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling and
Audit Branch at 31st December, 1949.
RECAPITULATION.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.
Equipment Fund    -
Buildings, Equipment, etc. ..
Hospitals    - —	
Schools   -— - -
$1
Pacific Great Eastern Railway    	
British Columbia University Buildings and Equipment.
Advances to Hospital Insurance Stabilization Fund -	
Irrigation Assistance - — —   	
9,075,503.45
1,000,000.00
2,455,470.40
527,717.43
4,444,473.11
2,400,000.00
703,672.32
1,900,000.00
4,000.00
$32,510,836.71
VICTORIA, B.C.:
Printed by Dox McDiAnMip, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1950.
230-250-6705

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