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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Public Works
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1949-50
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1950  To His Honour Clarence Wallace,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of the Department of
Public Works for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1950, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
ERNEST C. CARSON,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of the Minister of Public Works,
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VICTORIA. 8. C Cathedral Grove, Alberni Highway. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT
REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 6th, 1950.
Hon. E. C. Carson,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—A report of the activities of this Department for the fiscal year 1949-50 is
herewith submitted for your consideration.
Taking a general view of the work undertaken and completed during the year under
review, very satisfactory progress has been made.
The Hope-Princeton Highway was completed to the highest standard of construction and officially opened, and provides a direct and modern connection from Vancouver
to the Okanagan and the Kootenays. This highway was first considered and started upon
a hundred years ago, and although many set-backs were encountered and many postponements occasioned, it has at last been completed for the benefit of the Province as
a whole.
Good progress has been made in the construction of the John Hart Highway, which
will open up the vast resources of the Peace River District to Pacific Coast ports, and it
is hoped that this highway will shortly be opened for through traffic between Prince
George and Dawson Creek.
Of the main highways of the Province, brief mention may be made of the complete
relocation and construction of some 17 miles of the Trans-Canada Highway between
Koksilah and Ladysmith on Vancouver Island, also the completion of the Abbotsford
By-pass in the Lower Fraser Valley, which, although only just over a mile long, is a very
important link in this highway. More than 11 miles of this highway were reconstructed
to the highest standards throughout the Province.
On Vancouver Island more than 12 miles of main highway were reconstructed and
surfaced in the vicinity of Bowser, Courtenay, and Alberni.
In addition to the Hope-Princeton Highway link already mentioned, more than
84 miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway were reconstructed and hard-surfaced.
In all, more than 172 miles of main highways were reconstructed and surfaced during
the year.
The practice of renewing the existing ferry connections on the main highways was
proceeded with and six new steel ferries were constructed and put in operation, the
details of which are given in the report of the Superintendent of Ferries.
The various Government Buildings that were constructed and repaired, and the
machinery that was purchased and maintained by the Department, also the details of
the surfacing programme are fully outlined in the reports of the Chief Architect, Mechanical Engineer and Surfacing Engineer respectively. Surveys for new highways were
undertaken in various parts of the Province, the details of which are contained in the
report of the Location Engineer, and the Bridge Engineer's report deals in detail with
the construction of new modern steel and concrete bridges that have been completed.
Throughout the Province more than 22,000 miles of roads and 10,000 miles of
trails have been maintained. An exceptionally heavy snowfall during the winter months
was experienced throughout the Province, and 12,000 miles of highway were kept clear Q 8
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
of snow involving 343,000 snow-plow miles at an average cost of $100 per mile kept
open compared with a cost in 1948-49 of $88 per mile kept open.
. An indication of the increase of traffic and the advancement of industry is shown
in a tabulation listed below, showing over a period of the last four years the traffic returns
for five principal ferries on the main trunk highways of this Province—in addition to
this statement vehicles crossing the Pattullo Bridge numbered 4,987,219 in comparison
with 4,465,978 for the previous year.
Name of Ferry
Total Number of Vehicles Carried
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
176,505
128,718
127,059
50,768
152,364
218,609
166,106
183,270
63,765
191,170
227,747
173,904
197,950
37,340
197,174
294,339
234,241
Ladner-Woodward (Vancouver to Delta)	
241,046
49,899
Nelson (over West Arm of Kootenay Lake)	
236,230
The highway system of this Province may be broken down into three principal
headings of which there are 3,846 miles of trunk highways, 2,707 miles of main highways, and 15,621 miles of other roads. Of this mileage of trunk highways more than
500 miles are classified as arterial or secondary, details of which are shown in statement
attached to this report.
There has again been a marked increase in the number of plans of subdivisions
submitted for inspection and approval by this Department, and a corresponding increase
in the number of permits issued for entrances and public utility conveniences where they
affect works within the limits of public highway rights-of-way. The number of letters
handled by the Department has shown a marked increase, being 104,725, compared to
71,705 in the previous year.
In conclusion, I may say that a satisfactory year's work has been accomplished,
and I wish to record the efficiency, dependability, and loyalty of our staff.
E. S. Jones,
Deputy Minister.
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER
During the fiscal year 1949-50 the volume of work carried out by this branch has
been the largest in its history, and our office staff has been taxed to its utmost capacity
to cope with it.
The majority of the bridges constructed are of the permanent steel and concrete
type, as may be seen from the detailed list which is given elsewhere in this Report.
Floods and extreme high water caused damage to several bridges, notably at the
Capilano River Bridge on Marine Drive, North Vancouver, where the road approach
and beam span at the west end were washed out and had to be replaced by a 180-foot
steel-truss span and concrete abutment, while at Chemainus River the falsework for the
erection of the steelwork was washed out, and also at Cowichan River, where a portion
of the falsework was lost. An innovation in bridge-construction was first used this year
at Stave River Bridge on Lougheed Highway, where we used steel-sheet piling to make
coffer-dams for the piers, into which steel H-piles were driven and encased in " Prepakt "
concrete, made by filling the body of the pier within the sheet piling, and also the upper
portions within the forms, with selected aggregate and intruding a special cement grout
throughout the aggregate under pressure.  Q 10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
A job of special interest is that done on the Fraser River Bridge at Hope, which
is a combined railway and highway structure. The old timber deck on the four main
spans, having a total length of 1,155 feet, was replaced with a steel grid and concrete
deck, also new curbs and fences. A sidewalk was also added to the bridge for its entire
length of 1,688 feet.
Only three timber bridges of the Howe-truss type were constructed during the year,
and we are gradually building fewer of these as time goes on.
I wish to record my appreciation of the work accomplished by both field and office
staffs.
G. M. Duncan,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
Works Completed
Essondale.—The Crease Clinic (formerly known as the Admission Unit) was completed, and various alterations and modifications were carried out to the original wing
of this building and the dining block, making one complete unit. The new boiler has
also been installed in the main boiler-house.
Other units completed at this institution were the 220-bed Colony Farm hospital
and power-house and implement-shed, three new nurses' homes, addition to fire-hall,
plus various farm buildings. At New Westminster Provincial Hospital for the Insane
the 100-bed unit and the nurses' home were completed.
In addition to the foregoing, please note attached list for various other projects
completed in 1949.
Hospitals.—The Government paid a one-third grant to the following hospitals which
are now under construction: Alert Bay, Chilliwack, Creston, Kelowna, Pouce Coupe,
Smithers nurses' home, Vancouver General (nurses' home), New Westminster (Royal
Columbian), Vernon Jubilee, St. Joseph's (Victoria), Mount St. Francis (Victoria),
Winch Memorial (Hazelton), Vancouver General (Chronic Unit and Prop. Acute),
St. Paul's (Vancouver), Port Alberni (new 100-bed unit).
Works under Construction
See attached list of projects. It is expected that the majority of these contracts
will be completed this coming year.
Works Planned for Which Funds Are Allocated
Plans for the following items are all well advanced, and it is intended to call for
tenders as soon as possible this year:—
Vancouver: Addition to the School for the Deaf and the Blind (out for tender); new Workmen's Compensation Board office building; new T.B.
sanatorium.
Essondale: Recreational building; new laundry and stores building; 100-bed
unit for Home for the Aged; 100-bed T.B. mental unit; new dairy and
feed barn at Colony Farm and new boiler.
New Westminster (P.H.I.): New 100-bed nurses' home; three new 100-bed
units similar to the one just completed.
Tranquille:   New laundry building and connecting tunnel.
Wellington:  New Boys' Industrial School.
Cowichan Lake:   Police building. REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT
Q  11
Further to this, there are a number of projects for which sketch-plans and in some
cases working drawings have been prepared but for which funds are not yet released.
These are as follows: —
Vancouver:   Alterations to the McKenzie, White & Dunsmuir Building which
was purchased this year;  alterations and renovations to the Vancouver
Court-house.
Victoria:    Proposed  new  temporary  building  for  the  Hospital  Insurance
Service.
Nanaimo:  New Government office building.
Courtenay:  New Government office building.
Kamloops:  New health and welfare building.
Salmo:   New police building.
Kelowna:   New Court-house.
Maintenance and Repairs
Very extensive maintenance and repair work has been carried out to a major part
of the buildings throughout the Province, including necessary structural repairs, decorating, and generally trying to improve the appearance, although pressure of work has
prevented proper inspection trips being made by architectural personnel in many cases.
It is intended to have the major part of the buildings visited this coming year so that
a complete survey can be made for future reference.
Some of the major items that have been attended to this year are as follows:—
Essondale:  Repairs to roads; new curbs; repairs to farm buildings; exterior
painting to two large patient blocks, nurses' homes, and doctors' residences.
Tranquille:   Change over from direct-current to alternating-current wiring to
most of the buildings;   exterior alterations to the Infirmary buildings;
making new wards.
Prince George:   Relighting and interior decoration to Court-house.
BUILDINGS COMPLETED, 1949
Location
Building
Contract Price
Alberni	
Alert Bay	
Burns Lake ....
Colony Farm .
Cloverdale .
Duncan	
Essondale ..
Francois Lake..
Langford .
Lillooet...
Langford _
New Westminster..
Ocean Falls	
Oakalla Prison Farm .
Penticton  	
Princeton 	
Quesnel	
Sooke	
Squamish. 	
Tranquille ..—
Vancouver 	
Vanderhoof..
Victoria	
Court-house	
Lockup	
Court-house  	
220-bed hospital and power-house..
Implement-shed  	
Heating system—garage..	
Lockup _	
Admission Unit   	
Three nurses' homes	
Addition to fire-hall  	
Concrete foundation for boiler..
Ferryman's Cottage No. l.___	
Ferryman's Cottage No. 2	
Paint-shop 	
Court-house .—	
Heating system—garage _	
Nurses' home 	
100-bed unit 	
Court-house 	
Electrical work—carpenter-shop and pole-line .
Court-house 	
Public Works garage..
Court-house and office building .
Lockup	
Lockup.
Nurses' home and farm boarding-house	
Alterations to 636 Burrard Street	
Boiler plant—School for the Deaf and the Blind
Transformer vault—Court-house	
Director's residence—New Haven :.	
Equipment-shed..
Temporary Office Building No. 2..
Temporary Office Building No. 3..
$64.
12,
51,
564,
27
10
33
761
479.
33
6
8
8.
39.
45
8
137
258
78
2.
254.
61.
20.
19
14.
154.
65.
77.
16.
11.
21.
144,
88.
.428.51
350.00
015.13
661.85
,084.66
,737.54
,867.56
,540.17
,397.27
706.05
145.60
501.04
142.54
906.50
,000.82
,271.90
,468.00
,762.61
,954.00
.145.51
,959.48
,321.77
,978.34
,975.00
,350.00
,699.52
,182.03
,446.03
554.86
,529.30
,689.74
,246.27
,289.64 Q 12
public works report, 1949-50
University of British Columbia Contracts
Vancouver..
Applied Science Building (Section 1)..
Boiler and power-house	
$699,359.00
309,503.00
WORKS UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Project
No.
Location
Building
Contract
Price
66-B
49-B
76-B
65-B
5-B-10
77-B
40-B
56-B
36-B
7-B-2
39-B
58-B
53-B
24-B
62-B
15-B
Abbotsford..
Burns Lake-
Clinton.	
Creston.	
Essondale,—
Court-house _
Equipment-shed.
Addition to Government building .
Court-house and police building.
Flood.
Golden	
Hope-Princeton Highway, Mile 36 	
Boiler and firing equipment—Mental Hospital.
V.U.Z. piping connection—Mental Hospital—
Buildings   	
Lockup  	
Lillooet —	
New Westminster..
Oakalla	
Garage and personnel building.
Duplex	
Court-house  	
100-bed unit (No. 1)..
Cell block	
Pouce Coupe..
Quesnel—	
Terrace	
Victoria —	
Victoria.	
Public Works garage	
Public Works garage—	
Alterations and additions—Infirmary-
Permanent office building.
Addition to King's Printer building .
$99,727.00
20,215.00
11,981.00
48,845.00
79,446.00
5,834.00
16,495.39
8,700.00
196,192.00
35,493.00
44,292.00
262,795.00
168,820.00
74,752.00
52,718.00
12,950.00
1,485,458.00
81,733.00
University of British Columbia Contracts
Vancouver-
Biological Science Building (Section 1)..
Biological Science Building (Section 2).
Applied Science Building (Section 2)	
Preventive Medicine Building	
Women's buildings-
Ground service—women's buildings..
$714,004.00
222,092.00
295,216.00
946,770.00
501,703.00
64,344.60
C. Campbell,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER
Surveys representing 180 miles of finalized highway location were carried out during
the year, for the most part on our main highway systems.
The cost of all surveys was $298,049.42. Office expenses, right-of-way purchases,
and the purchase and repair of technical instruments amounted to $102,802.75, bringing
total expenditure to $400,852.17.
Miscellaneous surveys of bridge-sites, preliminary and reconnaissance surveys were'
carried out in addition to finalized location surveys.
Legal surveys of sections of constructed highway, gravel-pits, etc., were undertaken
by British Columbia land surveyors in private practice and by Departmental personnel.
Technical equipment was purchased to bring our requirements for construction and
location into line with increased operations, and obsolete mechanical equipment was
replaced wherever necessary.
The head office of the Location Branch was moved to Victoria early in 1949, and
is functioning in temporary quarters. REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER Q 13
The heavy construction programme in 1949 disrupted location surveys, as available
engineering personnel were assigned to construction projects with the intention of concentrating on winter location. Weather conditions last winter, however, prevented successful
survey operations.
On a section of the Cariboo Highway a location was determined from mapping
produced from air photographs. This is the first application of photogrammetry and
stereoscopic plotting to our highway-location work. The terrain was ideal for the purpose, and the results were well within the factor of accuracy required.
Engineering personnel and equipment were maintained for construction projects
throughout the Province, the accounting also being handled through this office.
Our system of employing undergraduates during the summer survey seasons is now
bringing results in experienced fieldmen becoming available to the Department after their
graduation. Some of these men are now in responsible charge of surveys and construction projects, and others have been appointed to the districts.
The year 1949-50 was a peak year in so far as the activities of this Branch are
concerned. The heavy programme, combined with unavoidable disruption due to moving
the office to Victoria, called for and attained increased effort on the part of every member
of the organization.
J. H. A. Steven,
Location Engineer.
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Approximately 2,100 units of all types were inspected, and with a very few exceptions all were found to be in good condition. Nearly all the remaining obsolete power-
graders were removed from service during the year and replaced with new machines.
Many obsolete tractors, trucks, and other types of machines were replaced, but considerable additional equipment of this type is still required.
SHEDS
During the year garages were built at Princeton, Quesnel, and Pouce Coupe, and
combination equipment storage-sheds and garages were built at Vanderhoof and Burns
Lake. A special storage and maintenance building was constructed at Allison Pass.
All these buildings were urgently needed and are a great asset to the Department. It is
hoped that additional similar buildings will be provided at other locations in the near
future.
The number of trucks in the various age-groups is as follows:—
Over 13 years of age, purchased before 1937     15
8 to 13 years of age, purchased 1937-41 (inclusive)  183
5 to 8 years of age, purchased 1942-44 (inclusive)     41
3 to 5 years of age, purchased 1945-46 (inclusive) — 102
Up to 3 years of age, purchased 1947-49 (inclusive)  364
Total  705
Increase in total number over April 1st, 1949, 86 trucks.
NEW EQUIPMENT
Revenue funds in the amount of $754,822.22 and capital funds in the amount of
$1,132,307.24 were expended on the purchase of new equipment.
The revenue funds were expended as follows: Sixty-one 3-ton trucks, forty-four
light delivery trucks, three power-graders, five compressors, two power-rollers, six Q 14
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
_
%\    • REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES Q 15
mowers, eight trailers, twenty-three snow-blades, five sand-spreaders, six electric welders,
two diesel electric sets, two angledozers, four rotary brooms, and sundry shop equipment.
The following machines were purchased with the capital funds: Four power-shovels,
thirty-one power-graders, thirteen tractors (crawler), seven wheel tractors, four 5-ton
trucks, four low-body trailers, two rotary ploughs, one 4-ton truck, five 3-ton trucks,
two 2-ton trucks, one force-feed loader, and one carry-all scraper.
EQUIPMENT FUND
A total of 294 units, with a present value of $3,273,574, were operated throughout
the year with a profit over repairs and depreciation of approximately $124,000. This
profit has decreased somewhat from 1948-49 due to the increased cost of repairs and
the increased average age of the machines.
With the ever-increasing amount of pavement, great need is being felt for some type
of very mobile gravel-loading equipment. In this connection several rubber-tired wheel
tractors fitted with suitable front-end loaders were tried out in several districts, and were
found to be extremely useful for the above work. It is hoped that it will be possible to
supply additional machines of this type during the next fiscal year.
F. A. MacLean,
Mechanical Engineer.
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES
All major ferries owned and operated by this Department, also those chartered, were
inspected, detailed reports submitted, and all necessary repairs and replacements carried
out.
Arrow Park Ferry (Kaslo-Slocan District).—A new steel barge, 70 feet long, beam
24 feet, and depth 4 feet 6 inches, was built for Arrow Park.
Francois Lake Ferry (Omineca (West) District).—A new steel ferry was built to
replace the M.V. "Francois Lake," built in 1922. The new ferry, M.V. "Jacob
Henkel," is 116 feet long, beam 32 feet, draught 5 feet, single-ended twin screw; capacity,
16 cars and 120 passengers.
Castlegar Ferry (Rossland-Trail District).—A new steel barge, 122 feet long, beam
43 feet 8 inches, depth 5 feet, complete with all new power cable machinery and auxiliaries, was built to replace the steel barge built in 1945, which became too small to handle
the increased volume of traffic.
Creston Ferry (Nelson-Creston District).—A new steel barge, 90 feet long, beam
28 feet, depth 4 feet 6 inches, was built to replace a wood-constructed barge built in 1937.
All machinery was overhauled and transferred to the new barge.
Nick's Island Ferry (Nelson-Creston District).—The auxiliary barge, 70 feet long,
beam 26 feet 6 inches, depth 4 feet, formerly used as a trailer barge with the Nelson
Ferry, was overhauled, new power cable machinery installed, and transferred for use at
Nick's Island.
Ladner-Woodward Ferry (Delta District).—A new steel, double-ended, twin-screw
ferry was built to replace the ferry M.V. "Agassiz "; length, 147 feet 4 inches; beam,
43 feet; draught, 6 feet; capacity, 35 cars and 200 passengers.
J. Armstrong,
Superintendent of Ferries. Q 16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
REPORT OF THE PROJECT ENGINEER
PROGRESS OF HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
I beg to submit the following report on the progress of highway-construction projects
on which work was performed by contract during the fiscal year ended March 31st,
1950:—
Project
No.
Highway
In
Project
Built in
Fiscal
Year
Total
Miles
Completed
Work
Continuing
92
82-112
105
137
114
152
142
140
90
91
106
107
1
87
127
141
138
15
116
117
93
139
77
12
115
5-A-2
5-A-l
76
118
78
Trans-Canada (No. 1)
Abbotsford By-pass..
Laidlaw-Hope Section..
Seventeen Mile Bridge Revision—Fraser Canyon .
Tunnel Bridge Revision at Yale— _ 	
Hell's Gate Point     _.	
Pritchard (west)..
Alexandra Lodge (east) 	
Niagara Creek Revision (Island Highway)	
Mill Bay Revision (Island Highway)	
Koksilah-Ladysmith A. and B. (Island Highway).
Island Highway
Bowser-Cook Creek 	
Sandwick Revision at Courtenay	
Canadian Highway (No. Ia)
Cathedral Grove-Alberni Section 	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (No. 3)
Hope-Princeton	
Ingram Bridge to Kerr Creek through Midway-
Grand Forks (east) _	
Wynndel-Creston  	
Erickson-Goat River  	
Fort Steele Junction-Elko  	
Rock Creek-Bridesville   	
Osoyoos (east) (Anarchist Mountain Section)..
Okanagan Highway (No. 5)
Vernon (south)  —	
Kamloops-Vernon Road
Westwold-Falkland	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (No. 16)
Prince Rupert-Galloway Rapids. 	
Cariboo Road (No. 2)
Cache Creek-Maiden Creek	
Maiden Creek-Clinton	
Clinton-Mile 57 	
100-Mile House-Lac la Hache.
Peace River Highway
Miles 14-44..
Miles 68-94..
Various Roads
Squamish-Britannia 	
Garvin Canyon (Prince George).
Trail-Fruitvale  	
Miles
1.01
4.82
0.40
1.10
0.80
3.11
0.97
1.23
1.40
17.20
4.68
1.92
5.72
83.00
9.70
4.73
6.25
3.01
36.93
9.80
14.52
6.46
11.08
4.91
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REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER
The fiscal year of 1949-50 completed the largest programme ever planned by this
branch of the Department.
This year the Department purchased four pulvi-mixing units and one pressure distributer, making a total of six base processing units and three pressure distributers,
together with the necessary ancillary equipment which is now administered and controlled
by this branch.
The types and miles of pavement laid are as follows:—
(1) Asphaltic plant-mix pavements, 360 miles.
(2) Asphaltic road-mix pavements, 8.9 miles.
(3) Surface treatments, 1.9 miles.
(4) Seal-coat, 8.2 miles.
(5) Primed only, 2 miles.
(6) Special treatment, 5 miles.
(7) Processed base, 4 miles.
A total of 91.4 miles of highway was processed with asphalt by the Department's
equipment and personnel; 47 miles was done by contract, making a total of 132.4 miles
of processed base. A high standard asphaltic plant-mix pavement was laid over all but
4 miles of this processed base and was found to be most satisfactory, and the extra cost of
processing the base was considered warranted in every case.
The following table lists the work done:— REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER
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There were purchased 9,075,156 gallons of bituminous materials, which represents
an expenditure of approximately $ 1,270,000.
Seven crushing plants were operated and administered by this office, and crushed
a total of 781,498 tons of aggregate during the fiscal year.
A Soils Engineer was appointed, and plans were made to embark on a programme
of testing. Tentative arrangements were made to set up a central laboratory with
the necessary staff to do such work as may be required by this or any branch of the
Department.
D. T. Willis,
Surfacing Engineer.
REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY
ADMINISTRATION
On April 1st, 1949, the administration of the "Electrical Energy Inspection Act"
was removed from the Workmen's Compensation Board and placed under the Minister
of Public Works.
THE ACT
In 1948 the Act was amended to provide for passage of regulations by Order in
Council providing for compulsory certification of electrical contractors.
On January 7th, 1950, Order in Council No. 16 was approved which made it mandatory for any person to be in possession of a certificate of competency before carrying
on the business of electrical contractor. In this connection the Act defines electrical
contractor as " any person who installs electrical work for others, but does not include the
workmen of such person." This regulation became effective on April 17th, 1950, being
gazetted on February 16th, 1950. The regulation provided for a period of sixty days in
which any person who had been so engaged for a period of two years prior to the passage
of these regulations could obtain certification upon making application and filing satisfactory credentials to the Board of Examiners. The administration of these regulations
is now being actively pursued.
BOARD OF EXAMINERS
The Honourable Minister of Public Works has been pleased to appoint the following
members to the Board of Examiners: L. H. Miller, city electrician for the City of
Vancouver, representing cities and municipalities; C. Longley, electrical contractor,
representing the Vancouver Electrical Association; J. H. McRae, electrical contractor.
Other members of the Board are L. Robson, Inspector of Electrical Energy (chairman),
and L. Handy, Assistant Inspector of Electrical Energy.
The initial meeting of the Board took place on March 8th, 1950, at the office of the
Inspector of Electrical Energy. Since that time several meetings have been held. Up to
March 31st, 1950, approximately 550 applications have been received and considered.
STAFF
The staff now consists of the Chief Inspector, two Grade 2 Inspectors, ten Grade I
Inspectors, Inspector of Electrical Plans, and two draughtsmen. In addition, the clerical
staff consists of one Grade 2 clerk, one senior clerk-stenographer, one clerk-stenographer,
and one Grade 1 stenographer. REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY Q 23
DISTRICT OFFICES
In past years all staff personnel had headquarters in Vancouver. Due to the
increased volume of work undertaken, district offices were opened at Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Victoria, Nanaimo, Duncan, Kelowna, Penticton, and Trail.
It is hoped to continue this policy in the interests of greater efficiency and service to
all parts of the Province.
INSPECTIONS
The number of requests for inspections continued to increase. Because of additions
to the staff, it has been possible to give better coverage. The number completed this year
is approximately 11,000. This still left a great number in arrears. It is hoped that by
next year, with additional help, the backlog of requests will be materially reduced and
that inspections will be completed as required.
EXAMINATION OF MOTION-PICTURE PROIECTIONISTS
The Department assisted the Provincial Fire Marshal in conducting seventeen examinations for projectionists. The regulations covering such examinations provide that the
Inspector of Electrical Energy be a member of this examining board in company with the
Fire Marshal. In this connection all fees arising from these examinations accrue to the
credit of the Fire Marshal's department.
CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION
The Chief Inspector continued to represent the Province on the Approvals Council
of the Canadian Standards Association and on committees on the preparation and
amendment to the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I. Two meetings were attended—one
in Ottawa on May 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th, and the other in Toronto on November 14th,
15th, and 16th. Many subjects dealing with approval of electrical apparatus as well as
amendment and interpretation of installation practices were discussed and dealt with.
A particular matter of interest is the proposal to facilitate the approval and acceptance of electrical equipment manufactured in Great Britain.
During the First World Trade Fair held in Toronto, British electrical manufacturers
displayed a considerable amount of equipment. Due to the fact that much of this
apparatus did not meet the minimum requirements required by the Canadian Electrical
Code, Part II, the Province of Ontario was unable to accept it for use. This resulted
in a visit from a representative trade mission of British machine-tool builders. They
interviewed the administrative officials of the Canadian Standards Association and the
Approvals Council. As a result, it was arranged to send two Canadian Standards
Association engineers to Great Britain to set up a procedure for test and approval of
equipment. It was proposed that all tests and reports be made in Great Britain, with
the results forwarded to Toronto for final disposition.
The British manufacturers were quite satisfied with this proposal, and it is hoped
to complete arrangements immediately.
POLE-LINE PERMITS
The department during the year checked 349 applications and plans for erection
of pole-lines on Crown lands and Provincial highways. Recommendations on each were
forwarded to the Chief Engineer.
PUBLIC WORKS
The department during the year continued to prepare electrical plans and specifications for the Provincial Department of Public Works. In addition, it has acted in
a consulting capacity to other Government departments.    Increased activity in this Q 24 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
connection is indicated in the fact that the total value of electrical work alone is
approximately $562,744.
In addition to the preparation of plans and specifications, supervision was also
exercised over each contract during construction.
ACCIDENTS
There were sixty-one electrical accidents recorded during the year. Of these, four
were fatal. One of the fatalities occurred to an employee of an electrical contractor, one
to an employee of an electric public utility, and two to private individuals engaged in
land-clearing operations.
L. Robson,
Inspector of Electrical Energy.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF BOILERS
AND MACHINERY
THE ACT
On April 1st, 1949, the administration of the Act was transferred from the
Workmen's Compensation Board to the Minister of Public Works.
The Act was amended on March 20th, 1950, wherein it received the new long title
which reads, "An Act respecting Steam-boilers, Hot-water Boilers, Pressure-vessels, and
the Certification of Engineers," the short title being " Boiler and Pressure-vessel Act."
The amendment made all fees subject to Order in Council and introduced also the
annual inspection of hot-water heating plants.
THE CODE
The Regulations Governing Design, Construction, and Inspection of Boilers and
Pressure-vessels (1947 edition) is now exhausted. Considerable work has been done
in an effort to provide new regulations concomitant with the rapid progress in this
phase of engineering. Extreme care is being exercised that such regulations will provide
for safety with the minimum of inconvenience to the workshop routine of the local
manufacturers.
PERSONNEL
The staff now consists of the Chief Inspector, Assistant Chief Inspector, Examiner,
and eight District Inspectors. With the exception of one Inspector located at Victoria,
all operate directly from headquarters in Vancouver.
The two new positions of Assistant Chief Inspector and Examiner of Stationary
Engineers were established by the Civil Service Commission on September 27th, 1950.
The clerical staff consists of one clerk and three stenographers.
Extra work necessitated an additional Inspector and J. Forsyth was appointed on
June 1st, and on June 23rd Miss L. Cole was appointed stenographer, replacing Miss
E. Raine who had resigned.
NEW CONSTRUCTION
The construction of new plants as well as modernization of old ones continues,
which has given the Design Office a busy year. The new steam plant at the Nanaimo
Sulphate is complete and the Columbia Cellulose plant at Watson Island is in its
initial stages. DISTRICT REPORTS Q 25
B.C. Pulp and Paper Company of Port Alice and Fraser Mills has modernized its
plants by discarding older boilers and installing high-pressure steam-generators.
The plant at Columbia Cellulose is of primary interest, as the largest welded
digesters in Canada are being installed there. The size of these vessels is such that they
had to be assembled on the spot rather than in the shop, as is the usual procedure. It is
estimated that 7 tons of welding rod will be used in their assembly. At first this project
presented an enormous problem in regard to radiographing and stress-relieving of the
welded seams. The contractor, the Dominion Bridge Company of Montreal, was assisted
in this by National Research Council, who supplied radioactive cobalt, which is used
in a similar manner to radium to obtain radiographic pictures of welds.
Stress-relieving will be accompanied by means of special blowers and oil-burners,
which will use each digester in turn as a furnace flue in order to bring the steel walls
to the required temperature, 1,100° to 1,200°.
Extensive new building construction added several high-pressure boilers and heating
plants to our register.
VANCOUVER VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE
The steam engineering division of this excellent training-school is now functioning
well and is turning out good candidates for our examinations.
The department has been actively represented on the Steam Engineering and Welding Committee of the Institute; consequently the curriculum has been established partly
under our guidance, and on this account we propose that in the new regulations for
engineers and welders, now being prepared, students who complete their course be
granted credits toward our examination.
EXPLOSIONS
There have been two boiler explosions during the year; both were of unregistered
hot-water boilers. A full report on the investigation of each is attached. These two
accidents are indicative of the danger in closed hot-water systems.
The amendment to the Act authorizing us to inspect hot-water heating plants is
timely and will reduce the possibility of explosions in this type of plant.
D. Denham,
Chief Inspector.
DISTRICT REPORTS
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1 (VANCOUVER ISLAND AND THE ISLANDS)
(Divisional Engineer, O. G. Gallaher)
Alberni Electoral District
Roads.—Heavy gravelling was carried out on the Central Lake and Beaver Creek
Roads in preparation for pavement. Department bulldozer was employed widening and
clearing Lake Shore Road, and several smaller roads were constructed, providing access
to people previously isolated. A road was constructed to the new Fishermen's Wharf at
Ucluelet, and assistance was provided the Village of Tofino in construction of Campbell
Avenue. Extensive gravelling was carried out building base on various back roads in
this district.
Bridges.—A new traffic bridge was constructed at Port Albion, which will form
a link in the Maggie Lake Trail when constructed. Assistance was provided the City of
Alberni in construction of the Margaret Street bridge. Q 26 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
Bituminous Surfacing.—rPlant-mix asphalt was laid on 12.7 miles of road in this
district.
General.—Winter conditions were severe and snow-ploughing difficult, especially
on many of the narrow back roads. All roads were opened as soon as possible with
equipment and men available.
A contract was let for the reconstruction of the Canadian Highway from Cathedral
Grove to Alberni, and that part of the work in Alberni District was 50 per cent complete,
and additional surveys for the Alberni terminal were carried out.
Comox Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained during the year.
Many new culverts were installed and many old wooden culverts were replaced by
concrete or metal pipe. During the spring break-up considerable frost damage was
experienced, and large quantities of gravel were used in repairing side-roads. In addition,
minor reconstruction was carried out on various district side-roads. A certain amount
of flood damage occasioned by heavy fall rains was dealt with.
Reconstruction.—On the Canadian Highway between Parksville and Cathedral
Grove the standard reconstruction started in 1946 was completed and surfaced by
contract. The contract for the continuation of the Canadian Highway over the summit
toward Alberni was let, and work commenced to about 50 per cent of completion.
On the Island Highway our own forces undertook the reconstruction to a modified
standard, of the Island Highway from Qualicum to Bowser (Mile 102.16 to Mile 115.6),
of which 80 per cent was completed. A portion from Qualicum to Dashwood (Mile
102.16 to Mile 115.6) was surfaced by contract.
Reconstruction to full standard was completed on the section of the Island Highway
from Bowser to Cook Creek (Mile 115.6 to Mile 120.64), and maintained as a gravel
road during the winter.
Reconstruction to full standard was commenced to the Sandwick Revision from
Courtenay north along the Island Highway from Mile 142.05 to Mile 144.0. This was
90 per cent completed and maintained as a gravel road during the winter.
Bridges.—Coombs Bridge over French Creek at Mile 101.62 on the Canadian
Highway was completed.   The bridge was started in May 1948.
Replacement of the suspension bridge by two Howe trusses on concrete piers, 7.4
miles from the Kelsey Bay Wharf, started in 1948, was completed.
Five bridges were rebuilt on the Sayward Road and one on Quadra Island. In
addition, fifteen bridges were replaced by culvert and fill on the Sayward Road and six
more were by-passed by road diversion.
On the Island Highway the Burnt Gulch Bridge No. 312 and Brown's Bridge No. 5
were replaced by culvert and fill.
Finally, Dickenson Bridge No. 119, five bridges on Quadra Island, and one on
Cortez Island were also replaced by culvert and fill.
Bituminous Surfacing.—At the end of the fiscal year there was 20.20 miles of
surfacing done in the district during the year.   This was distributed as follows:—
On the Island Highway, 6.07 miles.
On the old Island Highway at Lantzville, 3.1 miles.
On the old Island Highway at Parksville, 1 mile.
On the Canadian Highway, 5.4 miles.
On the Departure Bay Road, 1.62 miles.
On the Island Highway through Qualicum, 2.25 miles.
On the Canadian Highway through Parksville, 0.76 mile.
Snow-removal.—One of the heaviest snowfalls in the history of the district was
experienced, lasting from December to February. The removal of the snow kept men
and equipment busy continuously.   Sanding operations were also extensively carried out. DISTRICT REPORTS Q 27
Ferries.—Denman Island Ferry operated satisfactorily throughout the year.
The passenger-ferry service was started from Campbell River to Quathiaski Cove
and operated successfully.
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Roads.—Reconstruction of 16.7 miles of the Cowichan Lake Road was completed;
12.1 miles of the Nanaimo River Road was completed by Comox Logging and Victoria
Lumber Company under assistance from the Department; 1.9 miles of the Island Highway through Chemainus was reconstructed; and other smaller projects were carried out.
Heavy winter conditions taxed all resources, but roads were generally cleared within
forty-eight hours of heavy falls.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 18.6 miles of bituminous surfacing was laid in
the district.
Bridges.—Repairs were carried out on all bridges, and three bridges lost through
heavy floods were replaced.
General.—Heavy break-up from the previous winter proved costly in the repair of
asphalt pavements, and the current winter destroyed many pavements which had held
up for years.
Construction of the grade of the Duncan-Ladysmith Diversion of the Island Highway was complete except for bridges and some minor details of the grade.
Esquimalt Electoral District
Construction.—Contracts were let for the construction of the Niagara Creek and
Mill Bay Diversions on the Island Highway, having a total length of 2.63 miles. This
is standard construction and is 70 per cent complete.
On the Sooke Road 5.1 miles of road was reconstructed and hard-surfaced. Also
the diversion west of Sooke Bridge, 0.5 mile, was started and is 50 per cent complete.
Station Road was reconstructed and hard-surfaced from Island Highway to Sooke Road.
This is complete. There were 1.6 miles and 1.34 miles of subdivision roads constructed.
The above work was done by our own forces.
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained in a satisfactory
manner, except for a short period after the spring break-up.
Frost damage was extensive, necessitating considerable expense in gravelling and
asphaltic repairs. Many old wooden culverts were replaced with permanent structures
and many new ones installed where necessary.
Considerable development throughout the district, particularly in the urban districts
adjacent to Victoria, results in considerable expenditure to provide access roads and
drainage facilities.
Snow-removal.—The heaviest snowfall in many years was experienced last winter,
starting the first week in December and continuing until the first week in February.
Full crews, working in three eight-hour shifts, worked almost continuously during
this period keeping the roads open, and none of the main roads were closed to traffic
at any time.
Bridges.—Three wooden bridges on the West Coast Road at Tugwell Creek, Muir
Creek, and Sandstone Creek, having a total length of 320 feet, were replaced and built
to standard width with steel and concrete slab structures. The piers and abutments were
done by contract and the superstructures by our own forces.
A contract was let for the substructure of Wilkinson Bridge on the Mill Bay
Diversion of the Island Highway. This is complete, and the erection of the. superstructure
is under way.
During the flood which occurred on November 29th, 300 feet of the Harris Cove
Bridge was washed out at Port Renfrew. All other bridges were maintained in a
satisfactory manner. Q 28
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50 DISTRICT REPORTS Q 29
Bituminous Surfacing.—There were 1.2 miles of road mix and 2 miles of surface
treatment done by contract, and 5.9 miles of road mix and 3.1 miles of surface treatment
were completed by our own crews.
Ferries.—The Brentwood and Mill Bay ferry slips were renewed by contract and
opened for traffic on July 1st, and the ferry has operated satisfactorily since that time.
Garage.—The Langford garage has operated efficiently throughout the year. As
previously pointed out, more equipment-sheds are necessary to store the equipment which
the district is forced to leave out at the present time.
Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District
Roads.-—No major reconstruction was carried out in this district. Extensive
drainage was undertaken in the Nanaimo area. Various small projects were carried out
on the islands with rented heavy equipment. The severity of the previous winter had
broken many of the seal-coat pavements, and a large part of the season was spent
rehabilitating these roads. In the Nanaimo area alone 9 miles were broken up,
regravelled, and the seal replaced. Many old cedar culverts were replaced with concrete,
both in the Nanaimo area and on the islands. Severe winter conditions taxed both men
and equipment, and the spring break-up was again very severe.
Bridges.—All bridges were maintained in good condition.
Ferries.—The Gabriola Island Ferry continued to give adequate service to residents
of Gabriola Island.
General.—Surveys were undertaken to investigate the northern outlet for the Island
Highway at Nanaimo.
Oak Bay Electoral District
Work in Oak Bay, which was all carried out by the municipality, consisted of
maintenance on 5.06 miles of secondary highway.
Saanich Electoral District
Construction.—Resthaven Drive and portions of Fourth Street, Fifth Street, and
a half mile of West Saanich Road were reconstructed, widened, and hard-surfaced by our
crews, a total length of 2.55 miles. Land's End Road was reconstructed for a distance
of 1 mile west of West Saanich Road.
Maintenance.—All roads in this district were well maintained until-the spring thaw
occurred, when frost damage was extensive. Continued development in this area has
necessitated heavy expenditures to provide access roads and drainage facilities.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 2.5 miles of reconstructed roads was surface-
treated, and 3.3 miles of old spray-coated roads which were showing signs of collapse
were seal-coated.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions were severe, necessitating heavy expense for snow-
removal for a period of three months.
General.—Surveys were continued on the proposed Patricia Bay Airport Road from
Victoria.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2 (BURNABY, CHILLIWACK, DELTA, DEWD-
NEY, MACKENZIE, NEW WESTMINSTER, NORTH VANCOUVER, AND
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(Divisional Engineer, S. A. Cunliffe)
Burnaby Electoral District
Roads.—The widening, reconstruction, paving, and lighting of Kingsway from
Boundary Road to Edmonds Street was completed.
Grandview Highway suffered considerable front damage. Water-mains were being
installed by the Greater Vancouver Water Board and also by the Municipality of Burnaby, Q 30 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
and for this reason it was impossible to reconstruct the road. Major repairs were made
and a temporary surface treatment applied, which has given reasonable service until
reconstruction of the highway started.
Several areas failed on the Central Arterial Highway due to frost action. Large
sections were dug out to the ditch-line and replaced with select material and hard-surfaced
with asphalt mix.
The retaining-wall in the 3700 block on Hastings East was completed, and the
highway was resurfaced from Boundary Road to Madison Avenue, a distance of
approximately 1 mile.
Normal maintenance, ditching, brushing, etc., was carried out on all roads.
Bridges.—The replacing of the Guichon Bridge on Grandview Highway with fill
and concrete closed box culvert was completed.
Ordinary maintenance was carried out on all other bridges in the district.
Snow-removal.—For approximately two months, crews had to be kept on three
eight-hour shifts in order to keep the four highways passable. This was necessary due
to the unusual snowfall and extreme icing conditions.
Chilliwack Electoral District
New Construction.—Abbotsford By-pass, 1.01 miles, was completed, except for
surfacing.
Maintenance.—Centre-line marking, brushing, ditching, and patching were carried
out on all main roads in the district.
The severe winter caused some of the older pavements to break up rather badly,
particularly from Chilliwack easterly, but these were repaired and traffic was maintained.
Surfacing.—Trans-Canada Highway was surfaced with 22-foot wide pavement from
Chilliwack City to Laidlaw, a distance of approximately 20 miles.
Snow-removal.—Road crews were able to keep roads open, except for occasional
days when blizzard conditions prevailed. Sumas Prairie Section of the Trans-Canada
Highway was closed for a three-day period during and following the worst storm
remembered in that area, occurring on January 13th, 1950. Rotary snow-ploughs and
other equipment were quickly moved into the area from the Hope-Princeton Highway,
and crews worked long and hard at opening the roads as quickly as possible after weather
conditions allowed. Considerable credit is due to the road foremen, snow-plough
operators, and men who willingly and without complaint worked long hours to keep the
highways open and safe for the travelling public. Snow-removal costs were exceptionally
high during this winter, due to the prolonged cold spell interspersed with frequent
snowfalls and drifting conditions due to wind.
Delta Electoral District
Reconstruction.—Campbell River Road, 114r, in the Municipality of Surrey, was
rebuilt, a distance of 1 mile, preparatory to surfacing. This was a former secondary
highway, which was raised to arterial status late the previous year.
Maintenance.—Considerable patching and repairing of portions of road damaged
by the previous severe winter were necessary during the early part of the year, all crews
being kept busy on this work for a considerable period of time. A second successive
severe winter this year resulted in all crews again being called on to repair pavement
breaks during the latter part of the year. In general, all the main highways held up fairly
well, the greatest damage being caused to former municipal roads which were taken over
by our Department at the beginning of the fiscal year. McLellen Road, 125r and 128r,
through the Municipality of Surrey and Langley, a distance of 10.5 miles, was the most
seriously damaged in this category. DISTRICT REPORTS
Q 31 Q 32 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
All the original arterial highways were maintained in a satisfactory manner, and
a start was made on improving and bringing up to standard the roads newly classified
as arterial.
Dewdney Electoral District
Roads.—An extension to the highway from Agassiz east to Ruby Creek was commenced at West Maria Slough. Clearing, grading, and gravelling was completed over
Seabird Island, a distance of 5 miles, to Seabird Bluffs. Some rock work was done on
the bluffs until severe weather closed the work in December.
Work was continued on the reconstruction of the section from Hatzic to Mission,
a distance of 2 miles.
Adjacent to the Stave River, 1 mile of heavy fill was placed to widen and raise the
existing road to provide approaches for the new Stave River Bridge.
In Coquitlam, 1 mile of new grade was constructed on the location from Port
Coquitlam to Port Moody. This grade provides approaches to the new bridge over the
Coquitlam River. The right-of-way was cleared on this location for an additional 2 miles
west toward Port Moody.
The Haney Loop, 69r, and the Hammond Loop, 59r, were reconstructed, ready
for paving.
Approach fills were put in at the Kanaka and Allouette Rivers.
Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads, and several jobs of straightening,
improving drainage, etc., were done on various roads in the district.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Clarke Road, from the City of Port Moody to the North
Road in Burnaby, was hard-surfaced.
The Dewdney Trunk Road, 73b, was resurfaced from Haney for a distance of
5 miles.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was the heaviest on record for this district.
Mackenzie Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads were maintained in the usual manner throughout the
district.    A number of trails were improved considerably.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—Extensive widening, grading, and gravelling was carried out in the Gibsons-Sechelt and Powell River areas. The Villages of
Gibsons and Sechelt were surfaced with bituminous road mix.
Bridges.—Twenty-six bridges were entirely reconstructed, of which twenty-one were
in the Bella Coola Valley.
Snow-removal.—Snow-ploughing operations were almost continuous, especially in
the northern part of the district.
New Westminster Electoral District
Maintenance.—Streets were maintained by patching, brushing, and ditching in
District Lot 172.    Marine Drive required considerable patching due to frost damage.
North Vancouver Electoral District
General.—The regular maintenance was carried out. Due to the disastrous floods
during November, new approach fills were necessary at the Capilano and Seymour
Bridges.   This also entailed extensive river-bank protection work in the Capilano River.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Curbs and gutters were constructed, and paving 59 feet in
width was laid between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Streets, Marine Drive, West Vancouver.
Snow-removal.—Considerable ploughing and continuous sanding were required
during the winter months. DISTRICT REPORTS Q 33
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District
General.—The usual maintenance was carried out. All guard-rails were repaired
and painted. Several slides in the Spanish Banks area occurred, but traffic interruptions
were of short duration.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3 (COLUMBIA, KAMLOOPS, REVELSTOKE,
SALMON ARM, AND YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, S. D. H. Pope)
Columbia Electoral District
Maintenance.—Roads were graded and general maintenance carried out.
Gravelling was carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway (Golden-Leanchoil
Section and Big Bend Section), Kootenay-Columbia Highway, and Campbell Road.
On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway the reconstruction started in 1948 was completed, except for the final gravelling of 1.8 miles.   This work was done by day-labour.
Bridges.—Two bridges were reconstructed.
Four were redecked and extensive repairs carried out to various others.
A repelling spur was constructed to protect the left bank abutment of the Horsethief
Bridge.
Bituminous Surfacing.—One mile of processed base was put in at Canal Flats, and
the pulvi-mixers resurfaced 5.8 miles on the Big Bend and Kootenay-Columbia through
Golden.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions were heavier than usual, and in January and
February extreme cold was experienced, temperatures as low as 56 degrees below zero
being recorded. All roads were kept open, except the Big Bend from Donald to Boat
Encampment and the Golden-Leanchoil Section, which was closed by snowslides for
three days.
Kamloops Electoral District
Maintenance.—Repairs required following the flood damage of 1948 were carried
out and roads restored to serviceable condition for traffic.
Labour and district funds were such that considerable minor improvements were
possible on many roads. Continuous grading on the heavily travelled roads kept them
in fair condition.
Very severe winter conditions, high winds, and sub-zero temperatures, together
with a heavy snowfall, required a maximum of effort in keeping the roads open. For
some weeks the snow-ploughs were required to be in operation day and night.
Construction.—The Little Fort-Bridge Lake Road was completed. Construction
by the Kamloops crews was carried on past the Kamloops-Lillooet boundary a distance
of 3 miles to connect with the Bridge Lake Road system.
The Kamloops-Tete Jaune Road was opened for car and light-truck traffic. Traffic
using the Yellowhead Route travelled successfully from Edmonton over this road and
on to Vancouver.
A half-mile section of road leading to the C.N.R. junction near Kamloops was
widened, gravelled, and paved with asphalt mulch.
A 6-mile section of the Kamloops-Tete Jaune Road between Kamloops and Heffley
Creek was reconstructed on realinement.
On the Trans-Canada Highway at Cherry Creek a 5-mile section was reconstructed
to standard ready for paving in 1950.
Revelstoke Electoral District
Maintenance of Roads.—Three graders were used continually on the Big Bend from
May 24th until October 31st.    Gravelling was done above and below the Twelve Mile Q 34 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
Ferry Crossing on the Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road and also around Three Valley Lake
on the Revelstoke-Sicamous Road.
Bridges.—Painting was completed on the Kay Falls and Eagle River Bridges.
Extensive work was done replacing bridges in the Camborne-Beaton Canyon. Several
bridges were completely redecked with the tie system.
Construction.—Project No. 41 (Three Mile): Gravelled and railway-crossing signals installed. This is still incomplete, with work to be done on the mudslide, fencing,
and culvert.
Project No. 41 (Nineteen Mile): This was gravelled with stream-gravel and
requires %-inch topping.
Project No. 41 (Malakwa): All 4.3 miles were gravelled and the road roughed out
except for ditches, slopes, and fencing; %-inch material crushed but not spread.
Snow-removal.—There was an average snowfall of about 209 inches but with long
periods of cold weather and high winds which caused drifting and made this work much
more difficult than usual.
The lateness of the spring break-up made the opening of the Big Bend a heavy job.
Salmon Arm Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance throughout the district was carried out satisfactorily, which included widening and gravelling 3.5 miles on the Chase-Falkland Road
and 2 miles of grade revision and gravelling on the Squilax-Anglemont Road. A number
of wooden culverts were replaced by concrete or corrugated-iron pipe. Some labour
was derived from tax-workers on side-roads and trails.
Reconstruction.—Trans-Canada Highway from Mile 296.8 to Mile 311.3 (14.5
miles), which commenced in 1948, was 100 per cent completed by contract. Kamloops-
Vernon Highway between Westwold and Falkland (11.3 miles) was 75 per cent completed by contract. Between Duck Meadows and Falkland (10.7 miles), commenced
in 1947, was 85 per cent completed by day-labour. Road approaches both sides of
new bridge at Sicamous for 1 mile were 90 per cent completed by day-labour.
Bridges.—During the year five bridges were renewed and one partly completed.
A new 50-foot log-stringer span was constructed over Ross Creek Overflow on the
Magna Bay Road.    One bridge was eliminated and replaced by culvert and fill.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Trans-Canada Highway from Mile 296.8 to Mile 311.3
(14.5 miles) was paved with bituminous plant mix, 24 feet wide.
Snow-removal.—Heavy snow with much drifting, together with an extremely long
sub-zero winter, kept our forces and equipment very busy from the beginning of December
to the end of February. All roads in the district were kept open. A considerable amount
of ice-control by sanding was found necessary to ensure safe driving.
Ferries.—Ferry service between Sorrento and Scotch Creek was suspended due to
ice forming in the Shuswap Lake from January 15th to the end of March.
Yale Electoral District
Maintenance.—The fine grader fleet at Merritt was used to good advantage to keep
roads in good condition. The policy of widening roads with dozers and graders in loose
material during maintenance operations was continued. Slide material, when cleaned
up, was used to improve fills, and washouts were repaired with material from narrow
cuts. Extensive gravelling of main roads was continued. Several car-loads of concrete
and corrugated-iron pipe were installed. Most of the highway warning-signs on the
Trans-Canada Highway and many in other areas were demolished during abnormal
snow-removal operations; these signs are now replaced.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—The Trans-Canada Highway from Mile
104 to Mile 106 was realined and constructed to 44-foot width.   At Mile 113.8 to Mile DISTRICT REPORTS Q 35
114.9 the Tunnel Bridge was replaced with rock fill obtained by widening along the talus
slope and realining the rock approach to Tunnel Mouth Bridge. From Mile 132.1 to
Mile 132.6 realinement and widening along rock bluffs was completed and concrete
retaining-walls constructed.
Widening and realinement in solid rock and talus material was begun from Mile
133.3 to Mile 134.1, and replacement of seven wooden bridges by retaining-walls,
together with realinement and widening, was commenced east of Alexandra Lodge (Mile
128.2 to 129.2).
Realinement and widening to 44-foot width by excavation of large sand and gravel
quantities was carried out from Mile 162 to Mile 163.5 (Cisco west) after completing
Lytton west (Mile 164.8 to Mile 170.8). Many culverts, flumes, and an irrigation
siphon were required.
At Mile 180.4 and Mile 179.7 concrete retaining-walls were constructed and the
road widened. The Spences Bridge-Merritt Road, Mile 35 to Mile 37.5, was reconstructed, realined, widened to 30 feet, and the grade revised.
Between Mile 71 and Mile 72 on the Merritt-Princeton Road another major
improvement was effected by reconstruction, widening, realinement, and grade revision.
One bridge was eliminated by the relocation.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Bituminous surfacing included 6.1 miles from Lytton south
to Cisco, 1.9 miles from Hope westerly, and 8.2 miles at Boston Bar. On the Hope-
Princeton Section in Yale District, 21.2 miles were paved, also with plant mix. Between
Spences Bridge and Merritt a total of 7.7 miles of road-mix mulch was laid.
Bridges.—On the Trans-Canada Highway, Choate Bridge and Tunnel Bridge at
Yale were replaced with culverts and fills, while two bridges east of Alexandra Lodge
were by-passed in readiness for replacement by retaining-walls. Two bridges on the
Merritt-Princeton Road at Aspen Grove were replaced by culvert and fill by district
funds, while another at Mile 71 was by-passed by relocation and a culvert and fill was
substituted.
Maintenance of the many remaining timber bridges in the Fraser Canyon continued
to be a continuous process, and they necessitated constant vigilance due to their age and
the increased traffic.
Ferries.—The Boston Bar-North Bend Aerial Ferry operated during the twelve
months with only minor interruptions due to repairs. During the twelve months 9,653
vehicles and 34,721 passengers used the ferry.
Floods.—Rivers and streams rose just to the critical level in the spring, causing
minor washouts throughout the district. Gordon Creek Bridge, south of Yale, was washed
out by a flash flood in December and was replaced by a temporary timber structure.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 4 (GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD, NORTH
OKANAGAN, SOUTH OKANAGAN, AND SIMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS).
(Divisional Engineer, J. W. Miers)
Grand Forks-Greenwood Electoral District
Roads.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district, with some
major improvements being undertaken as to widening, improved alinement, and gravelling of Boundary Creek, Cascade-Paulson, Grand Forks-Franklin, Kettle River west,
and Valley south roads.
A new 30- by 120-foot, six-stall equipment-shed was commenced and 70 per cent
completed at Grand Forks. The old buildings were torn down to allow for the new
structure. There was also a new 14-foot standard concrete powder-magazine built on
an acquired lot about three-quarters of a mile from the north-west boundary of the city. Q 36
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50 DISTRICT REPORTS Q 37
Reconstruction of Project No. 42 (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway west of
Grand Forks) and Project No. 130 (Carson Corner to U.S. Customs, Danville, Wash.)
was completed. Contracts were also let and commenced for Projects No. 116, No. 117,
No. 127, and extension of No. 87.
Snow-removal.—Snow and ice conditions were about average, and traffic was
maintained on all major roads, of travel, together with a goodly number of farm and
settlement roads being ploughed out.
Bridges.—Construction was completed on Riverside Seed Farms Bridge; apart from
this no major bridge-construction was carried out this year. Three bridges had major
improvements in the way of redecking, and a new centre pier was added to First Street
Bridge.   Some fifty other bridges received minor and general repairs.
Surfacing.—A total of 16.5 miles of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway was surfaced with bituminous plant mix, also 3 miles received a processed base only for surfacing
at a later date.
North Okanagan Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads; 43,000 yards of
gravel distributed; and widening on the Creighton Valley, Sugar Lake, Monashee, Deep
Creek, Whitevale, and Blue Nose Roads was carried out. Numerous culverts were
installed, and weeds controlled by spraying and cutting.
Bridges.—A new timber structure over the Shuswap River at Trinity Valley Road
was constructed, consisting of two 100-foot Howe trusses, five trestle bays, a total length
of 302 feet; pile bents were constructed by the Department's forces during the coldest
part of the winter. Eleven smaller bridges were reconstructed and thirteen repaired.
Three bridges were replaced by culverts.
Surfacing.—Okanagan Highway No. 5 was surfaced between Armstrong and
Enderby, 7 miles, also for 6.5 miles south of Vernon; the latter portion was pulvi-mixed
by the Department prior to paving.   Twenty-five miles of road were centre-lined.
Construction.—Arnett Construction Company completed its contract along Kala-
malka Lake for 6.5 miles south of Vernon.
Snow-removal.—A very heavy snowfall and extremely cold weather were general all
over the Province.   All roads were kept open.   Monashee Road closed all season.
South Okanagan Electoral District
Maintenance.—Relocation of roads on' proper rights-of-way and improvements in
alinements on some 20 miles of road were undertaken. Regravelling of local roads,
ditching, weed-control, and oiling for dust-control were done.
Surfacing.—There were 7.3 miles of plant-mix surfacing and 2 miles of road-mix
surfacing completed on the Okanagan Highway.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions in the area were much heavier than normal, and
all equipment was utilized continually.
Flood-control.—The high-water conditions of 1948 did not repeat themselves in the
spring of 1949, but some local flooding occurred above the Casorso Bridge which
necessitated repairs to three local roads.
Extensive work on Mission Creek flood-control was undertaken. Some 3 miles of
the channel were cleaned out and built to grade, and 1 mile of this prepared channel
was fully riprapped with heavy rock. One rock dam was placed across the creek to
supplement an existing concrete structure.
Sawmill Creek channel was cleaned out for some 3 miles, and Trout Creek was
brought to grade and rocked over a distance of some 1.5 miles.
Bridges.—One 30-foot span bridge and one 120-foot span were reconstructed; one
new structure was erected; and extensive repairs were made on thirteen others. Q 38
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
o DISTRICT REPORTS Q 39
Ferries.—The second severe winter in a row disrupted normal ferry schedules. The
lake was frozen over from January 20th to March 25th, but wind conditions and drifting
ice delayed resumption of a two-boat schedule. The ferry " Pendozi " was completely
overhauled during the tie-up.
SlMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICT
Roads.—All main gravelled roads, particularly orchard roads, were maintained in
good condition throughout the year. All paved roads came through the winter in good
condition, with the exception of that section of the Okanagan Highway between Penticton
and Trout Creek. Six thousand lineal feet broke up very badly and was resurfaced with
blade mix.
The Copper Mountain Road was gravelled in sections and a number of culverts
installed.
The Princeton—Merritt Road was widened and realined for a distance of 7 miles
and a lift of gravel for 13 miles. ■-,  .
Bridges.—Extensive bridge work was carried out during the year. A steel-truss
bridge, 253.5 feet long, was completed over the Similkameen River at Princeton and also
a 70-foot 4-inch steel beam over Twenty Mile Creek at Hedley, both on the Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway, and a 50-foot steel-beam span over Trout Creek on the
Okanagan Highway. Major repairs were carried out on Okanagan River Bridge No. 36
and Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain Bridge No. 34. Other minor repairs were carried out on
sundry bridges.
Paving.—There were 47.3 miles of plant-mix surfacing laid on the Hope-Princeton
Highway, 1.06 miles on the Middle Bench Road at Cawston, and 0.4 of a mile on the
School Road at Keremeos.
Snow-removal.—Heavy snows and drifting conditions kept crews busy during the
greater part of the winter. Sanding was also very heavy, particularly in the Penticton
and Keremeos sections.   All main roads were kept open, with very little delay to traffic.
Floods.—Flooding conditions were not extensive. The run-off in One Mile Creek
caused considerable damage to the Merritt-Princeton Road. It was necessary to dyke
approximately 2,000 feet of the Similkameen River east of Princeton. The remainder
of the district suffered very little damage.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5  (CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(District Engineer, J. A. Dennison)
Cranbrook Electoral District
Reconstruction.—A major project was undertaken by Departmental forces between
Cranbrook and Kimberley—17 miles were reconstructed, following the old right-of-way,
with many grade and alinement changes. Base course of 2- and %-inch material
was used.
A by-pass was constructed to skirt the town of Yahk, Mile 1.3.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 16.8 miles of plant-mix surfacing was laid
between Fort Steele Junction and Wardner on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway,
and 17 miles of plant-mix surfacing was laid between Cranbrook and Kimberley on the
Kootenay-Columbia Highway.
Both of the above projects were carried out by Storms Paving Company.
Maintenance.—Considerable maintenance and minor reconstruction were undertaken in the district. There were 39.5 miles of side-roads widened and improved, and
10 miles of side-roads reconstructed.
The highway from Kimberley to Summer Subdivision was widened to accommodate
a sidewalk; also King Street in Slaterville was widened to accommodate a sidewalk. Q 40 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
Townsite of Marysville streets were cleared and graded prior to incorporation.
Streets in Summer Subdivision and unorganized Cranbrook were cleared and graded.
Side-hill cuts on Moyie Lake Hill were ditched.
Many gravel side roads were oiled to combat dust nuisance.
Normal maintenance was carried out on all other side-roads in the way of grading,
ditching, repairing culverts, brushing, etc.
Considerable patching was done between Kingsgate and Cranbrook on bituminous
surfaces, also on 7 miles east of Cranbrook on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
and on Kootenay-Columbia Highway north of Kimberley.
Many new signs were erected both on new paved highways and also on other
paved roads.
New ditches were constructed on Cranbrook Flats. Both Moyie River and Mark
Creek channels were cleared for short stretches.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was above normal and equipment was worked continuously from December to March.
Bridges.—Two new steel and concrete bridges were reconstructed over Moyie River
and Yahk Slough.
Considerable maintenance work was done on most major bridges in the district.
Numerous small bridges were replaced.
Fernie Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout the
district in the past year.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—Reconstruction of the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway from Wardner to Elko by contract was continued and good progress
was made, the project being 60 per cent completed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—There were 7.9 miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway between Fernie and Hosmer paved with plant-mix mulch, and is a great
improvement.
Bridges.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all bridges throughout the district
in the past year. The steel bridge at Hosmer was completed and painted. The three
new steel and concrete bridges in the Michel area were started, and all steel is now in
place and riveting being proceeded with. The three beam spans at Wardner, Little Sand
Creek, and Big Sand Creek were completed with the exception of painting. Dixon Creek
Bridge at Hosmer and Rock Creek Bridge at Jaffray were replaced with fills.
Snow-removal.—As was general throughout the Province, severe winter conditions
were experienced in this district, but all roads were kept open with only minor delays
to traffic.
River Protection Work.—A small amount of river protection work was carried on
at Elk River west of Fernie, but no trouble was experienced due to high water.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6  (KASLO-SLOCAN, NELSON-CRESTON,
AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, H. T. Miard)
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District
General.—The highways in Kaslo-Slocan District were kept in a generally good
condition throughout the year. Although frost was exceptional during the past winter,
no serious road damage was done, as sufficient snow covered the road before the frost
had a chance to penetrate. A few frost-boils were experienced in the spring, but nothing
to amount to very much.
Major Programme.—No major programme was started during the fiscal year.
Completion of replacement of trestle with culvert and fill at Mile 27 on Slocan-Arrow DISTRICT REPORTS Q 41
Lakes Highway was the only major work. This new fill caused further trouble later in
the season owing to the heavy rains and temporary blocking of the culvert, but this was
remedied in due course.
Bridges.—No replacement or new bridges were constructed, but the bridge crew
was kept continually busy working on general maintenance, decking, cribs, etc.
Ferries.—Great difficulty was encountered during heavy ice conditions, but though
the C.P.R. had to suspend service, we were able to maintain these two crossings in spite
of heavy going.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal equipment was kept continually busy from early in
December to the middle of March. At times it was necessary to alleviate the load on
our forces by hiring outside equipment. Slides at times blocked the roads to traffic,
but these were removed as quickly as possible. Our ploughs travelled 24,280 miles, and
327.95 miles of roads were kept open throughout the year.
Flood Damage.—No flood damage was experienced during the season.
Nelson-Creston Electoral District
Road-construction.—Two and one-half miles of road at Goatfell, the completion
of Project No. 44, were constructed, and most of the select and base courses of crushed
gravel applied—all by Departmental forces.
Between Arrow Creek and Goat River complete reconstruction of several sections
of road, totalling 3.01 miles, were undertaken by contract on Project No. 138. The
contractor was Campbell-Bennett, Limited, of Vancouver. The main work was between
Arrow Creek and Goat River. Construction to subgrade was 85 per cent completed,
and crushing and placing of select and base courses was in progress.
On the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Creston and Wynndel 6.25
miles of main highway were relocated, and construction undertaken by the Storms Contracting Company under Project No. 141. The main highway formerly followed the
Creston Flats, and the new location is in the vicinity of the former upper road between
Creston and Wynndel. This removes the road from flood hazards and provides fine scenic
views of the Creston Valley    Construction to subgrade was 75 per cent completed.
On the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Nelson and Castlegar, Departmental forces undertook minor and major improvements prior to paving.
From Mile 0 to Mile 5 west of Nelson new base course was laid, the material being
crushed by Departmental crushers.
From Mile 5 to Mile 11.5 major widening and improvements were undertaken prior
to placing the base course.
From Mile 11.5 to Mile 13.1 a revision is proposed for the future, and only minor
work was done before placing the new base course.
From Mile 19.8 to Mile 22.4 the right-of-way was previously between 30 and 40
feet wide, and additional right-of-way was secured and complete reconstruction of the
road undertaken.   This work was 70 per cent completed in the fiscal year.
From Mile 24.6 to Mile 26.4 new base was laid, and from Mile 26.4 to Mile 27.6
major improvements were made before laying the base course. All the above construction
was undertaken by Departmental forces.
On the Nelson-Kaslo Road from the Balfour Junction to Coffee Creek regravelling
was undertaken by Departmental forces, using pit-run and screened gravel.
On the Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway in this district gravelling was undertaken from
the junction of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway to the district boundary at
Mile 8.8. The material was crushed by Departmental crushers. This project was 85 per
cent completed.
On the Nelson-Nelway Highway major revisions between Mile 33:3 and Mile 34.3
and between Mile 35 and Mile 36 were completed, bringing these sections to a standard
30-foot top.   Work was done by Departmental forces. Q 42 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
The Creston-Porthill Road from Mile 1 to Mile 7.5 was regravelled and treated
with calcium chloride by Departmental forces. This was an unusually successful
operation.
Road-maintenance.—Routine maintenance of grading, cleaning of ditches, and
placing of culverts was carried on throughout the year.
Dust-layer was sprayed in the vicinity of fruit orchards in the Creston area, on the
main roads through all the villages in the district, on the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway from Fraser's Landing to Balfour, and through the Queens Bay resort area.
Pavement-patching was a considerable item between Nelson and Balfour and
between Creston and Erickson.
Paving.—There were 11.9 miles of road paved under contract by Storms Contracting Company between Destiny Bay and Kuskanook, and 0.9 mile was paved in the
Village of Creston.
Between Nelson and Castlegar the Taylor Construction Company paved 22.9 miles.
Bridges.—The three-span steel and concrete stringer-type bridge over the South
Fork of the Salmo River was opened for traffic. The steelwork was painted by Departmental forces.
At Kid Creek, east of Creston, work was completed on two spans—one a 20-foot
and the other a 50-foot steel and concrete beam span. Painting of steelwork was done
by Departmental forces.
The following bridges are between Creston and the eastern boundary of the district
at Goatfell.
Replacement of the Walker Bridge over the Goat River with a 180-foot standard
through-truss and two 50-foot flanking beam spans was in progress. Abutments and
piers were poured, and erection of steelwork commenced.
The Russell Creek Bridge at Kitchener was replaced with a standard 30-foot span.
Work was completed with the exception of painting.
The Kid Creek Bridge was replaced with a standard 70-foot beam span. Work was
completed with the exception of painting.
Considerable maintenance was undertaken on many of the bridges throughout the
district.
Ferries.—The district ferries operated satisfactorily throughout the year. Some
interruption in service occurred at West Creston and Nick's Island due to ice conditions
caused by an unusually prolonged cold spell.
At West Creston a new steel barge was installed and the propelling mechanism transferred from the existing ferry.
At Nick's Island a new ferry was installed. This barge is cable-driven and is operated by a new drive system designed by District Mechanic H. K. Gann. Propulsion is by
means of a single sheave.
Snow-removal.—Heavy snowfalls necessitated extensive snow-ploughing. Thaws
and rain in the Christmas season caused some slides. Winter condition of the surface of
the main highways was generally good.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District
Road Construction and Reconstruction.—On the Trail-Salmo Road the work commenced last season, from Mile 7.8 to Mile 11.85, by the Marwell Construction Company
was completed and gravelled, ready for surfacing.
Work on the Rossland-Paterson Road, between Rossland and Silica, was continued
by day-labour, but not completed.
Maintenance of Roads.—All roads were maintained during the year, and a good
deal of gravelling was done on the roads in Shaver's Bench, Annable, and Warfield
Subdivisions.  Q 44 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
Crushed rock was put on the Robson-Syringa Creek Road for about a mile north of
East Robson.
No new asphalt was put down, but existing pavement was repaired and kept in fair
condition.
Bridges.—Major work on bridges was the renewal of the two sidewalks on the
Columbia River Bridge at Trail. Two bridges were replaced by culvert and fill, and one
bridge rebuilt on a better location. Other bridges were maintained and repaired where
necessary.
Snow-removal.—The weather was very severe again last winter, but all main roads
were kept open and hills sanded when necessary.
Due to very cold weather and ice conditions, the Northport Ferry was unable to
operate for several weeks in January and February, making it necessary to keep open the
road over the summits between Rossland and Cascade again this year.
Castlegar Ferry.—The usual twenty-four-hour service was kept throughout the year,
and the necessary repairs and maintenance done on the ferry.
A contract was given to the West Coast Shipbuilders Company, Vancouver, B.C.,
for the construction of a new steel ferry with a capacity of twenty-eight cars.
To accommodate this new and larger ferry, it was necessary to widen the existing
ramps and renew the deck. Also new anchors, etc., was put in for the three cables to be
used by the new ferry.
This work was done by day-labour and was nearly completed by the end of the fiscal
year (March 31st), so that the new ferry could be put into commission early in April.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7  (CARIBOO AND LILLOOET
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, J. P. Hague)
Cariboo (South) District
Highway-maintenance.—Highways and roads were generally maintained in good
condition despite the exceptionally wet year. Maintenance crews were busy throughout
the summer placing drainage culverts, patching, and grading. The major work carried
out is herein noted.
Little Timothy Lake, No. 353: Extensive regravelling done on this road through
the year.
Big Creek Road, No. 306: Bulldozer work done on road, widening, ditching, and
carrying out general improvements.
Bridges.—The fiscal year 1949-50 saw the organization of the first district bridge
crew in three years. In those three years maintenance was, of course, neglected, and
bridges in the district were badly in need of attention.
Highway Reconstruction and Improvement.—Cariboo Road No. 10: Extensive
shaping and gravelling were done on portions of the road broken up by frost. The
Edwards Bridge, 2 miles north of Williams Lake, was replaced by one 30-inch culvert,
134 feet long.
Chilcotin Road No. 18: Eighteen miles of road between Kleena Kleene and Anahim
Lake were rebuilt, and a 1-mile section at Riske Creek was relocated.
Likely Road, No. 15: Two steep grades were improved—one at Reservoir Hill and
the other at Deep Creek—and considerable slashing was done along the right-of-way.
93-Mile-Bridge Lake, No. 370: Thirty-one miles of road were widened and improved by gravelling and realinement.
100-Mile-Roe Lake, No. 371, and Bridge Lake North, No. 314: Under the same
project as the improvements to Road No. 370 the above roads were gravelled and
improved. ^mm^
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Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was carried out on some 898 miles of road, in
temperatures ranging down to 55 degrees below zero.
Cariboo (North) District
Roads.—General maintenance was carried out on all Cariboo roads. Progressive
improvements made on Fraser Road, No. 32, about 4 miles south of Quesnel, 2 miles of
road being constructed.
One mile of road was rebuilt on the Blackwater Road, No. 58, 2 miles from Quesnel.
One mile of road was rebuilt on the Bear Lake Road, eliminating several bad turns.
One-quarter mile of road was rebuilt on the Barkerville Road, eliminating three bad
curves between Wingdam and Stanley.
Major Reconstruction: Australian Ranch Revision, Project No. 61, was completed
this year.
Bridges.—General maintenance was carried out on several small bridges. Fraser
Bridge, No. 66, was completely redecked. New bridges were constructed on Antler Creek
and on the Cottonwood River on the Barkerville Road.
Ferries.—Four ferries were operated during the year. Considerable difficulty was
experienced due to heavy loading. The areas served for these reaction ferries are being
opened up by logging companies and heavy loads of lumber are being carried. The pontoons and floating approaches on three of the ferries had to be completely rebuilt last year.
Lillooet Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all highways; 17 miles were
regravelled and 12 miles of secondary roads constructed.
Major Reconstruction.—Dawson, Wade & Company, contractor on Project No. 12,
completed the 10.84 miles of reconstruction on the Cariboo Highway south of Clinton.
The Jamieson Construction Company, contractor on Project No. 76, completed construction of the 2.2 miles connecting Squamish with Britannia Beach, on the Squamish-
Britannia Road.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Twenty-six miles of plant-mix surfacing on a pulvi-mixed
base was placed on the Cariboo Highway north of Clinton, also 6.2 miles of chip-coat was
applied on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Cache Creek.
Bridges.—The only major construction was the bridge at Britannia Beach, which is
a 120-foot steel span with reinforced-concrete deck and piers. One hundred and eighty
feet of the south trestle approach to the Lytton Bridge was replaced with a fill placed
against a reinforced-concrete abutment and wing. The Halfway Bridge on the Lytton—
Lillooet Road was replaced, and over fifty other bridges received attention.
Flood Damage.—The November flood resulted in the loss of three spans of the
the Mamquam Bridge, which closed the Squamish Valley Road for about ten days. This
flood, caused by excessive rainfall, also damaged the new Britannia Beach Bridge and the
Squamish-Britannia Road.
Ferries.—The Fraser River reaction ferries at Lytton, High Bar, and Big Bar were
maintained and safely operated. The rowboat ferry at Pavilion has been augmented by
a cable-type two-passenger basket, held by concrete anchors.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was the heaviest on record, accompanied by high winds
and prolonged extreme cold weather. This was followed in March by warmer weather,
which resulted in many miles of deep snowslides, particularly on the Bridge River and
Lytton-Lillooet Roads. DISTRICT REPORTS Q 47
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8  (ATLIN, PRINCE RUPERT,
AND SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, H. W. Stevens)
Atlin Electoral District
General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the Atlin Electoral District.
Grading, gravelling, and ditching constituted most of the work done. Culverts were
replaced where necessary.
Bitter Creek Bridge was completed and the approaches built. New bridges were
built over Glacier Creek, American Creek, and Cullen Creek. All other bridges throughout the district received any necessary repairs.
The Bear River wingdam, protecting the Village of Stewart, was extended 4,000
feet with a planked pile wall backed by a gravel fill. This stood up very well during
the fall floods, no damage being done to it at all.
Prince Rupert Electoral District
Roads.—On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway a contract was let for reconstruction of 5 miles from Prince Rupert city limits easterly to Galloway Rapids Bridge.
Work was commenced in September, 1949, and continued throughout the winter. The
contract was 46 per cent complete at March 31st, 1950.
The highway along the Skeena River between Mile 25 and Mile 29, where erosion
had reduced the width of the roadway, was widened with quarried rock, some 2,000
cubic yards being placed where erosion was most extensive.
Construction of the Port Clements-Tlell Road was continued, Wi miles being
completed to standard width and gravelled.
Reconstruction of 1 mile on the Masset-Tow Hill Road was undertaken and was
40 per cent complete at the end of the fiscal year.
All roads were maintained in good condition throughout the year, and many minor
improvements made by widening, ditching, installing culverts, and cutting brush.
Bridges.—Bridges were maintained in good condition, only minor repairs being
necessary.
Wharves.—Repairs were made to Prince Rupert Wharf and Warehouses, Cow Bay
Floats, and Salt Lakes Floats.    A new approach ramp was installed at Cow Bay Floats.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was about average and all roads were kept open throughout the winter.
Skeena Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads were maintained in good condition throughout the year,
with minor betterments, including gravel, ditching, and generally improving drainage.
The cleaning of right-of-way is still a major problem and considerable headway was made.
Construction.—Twelve miles of new construction on the Smithers-Babine Lake
Road and 13 miles of reconstruction were completed except for gravel.
One-half mile of highway diversion on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,
No. 16, was completed.
A wood-stave pipe drainage system on Lakelse Avenue in Terrace was completed.
Two miles of new construction on Lakelse Lake Shore Road was completed.
Considerable work was done on repairing flood damage from 1948 on the Terrace-
Skeena City Section of the highway.
Kwinitsa Slide Diversion was widened.
Five miles on the Kitwanga Valley Road leading to Kitwancool Village was completed except for gravel. Q 48 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
Bridges.—All bridges were kept in repair during the year. Bridge decks on the
Terrace-Skeena City Section of the highway were built of spruce and are giving considerable trouble.
The following is the main work done on bridges other than routine maintenance:—
Anlaw Bridge:   Abutments completed and approaches 80 per cent complete.
Devoin Creek Bridge:  Completely renewed.
Four Mile Creek Bridge:  Replaced by culvert and fill.
Furlong Creek Bridge No. 2:  Completed.
Williams Creek Bridge:  Completed.
Ferries.—Usk Ferry gave some trouble during the year, but the difficulties have been
remedied.    All other ferries operated satisfactorily.
Snow-removal.—A total of 515 miles of roads was kept open throughout the winter.
The Northern Trans-Provincial Highway from Shames to Tyee was closed from January
1st, 1949, until March 29th, 1949.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 9  (FORT GEORGE AND OMINECA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, D. D. Godfrey)
Fort George Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained during the year.
Frost-heave and frost-boils were more severe than in the previous spring. Further
work was done toward the removal of same, and it is felt that slow progress is being made
in curing the boil situation.
Maintenance of the Hart Highway was extended to Mile 27.5 north of Summit Lake
or 57.5 miles north of Prince George.
Many farmers worked out taxes on side-roads, greatly assisting in clearing second
growth and brushing.
Reconstruction.—On a 26-mile section of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
starting at Spittal Creek, 45 miles east of McBride, regrading was begun and 75 per cent
completed before the wet season forced suspension of work. There remains a 3Vi-mile
gap in the 26 miles of grading to be completed and also about 8 cubic yards of rock to
excavate.    No gravelling was done.
East of Prince George 30 miles, a 28-mile section of road underwent regrading;
50 per cent of the work was completed.
Construction.—Work was continued to extend the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway eastward from Sinclair Mills, and 4 miles of rough grading was completed from
Sinclair Mills to Hutton.
Bridges.—Four bridges were reconstructed during the year, varying in lengths from
a 20-foot pile trestle to a 166-foot pile trestle, at a total cost of $13,500.
Construction was of standard pile-trestle type, using fir material.
Bridge Replacements.—Two bridges, one minor and one major, were replaced by
culvert and fill.
The high pile trestle structure at Garvin Canyon was replaced by a 48-inch
reinforced-concrete pipe culvert on slab, and piling 266 feet long and a 75-foot fill. This
work was 75 per cent completed and is in use.    Further work will be continued this year.
Bay Bridge, a 50-foot pile trestle structure, was replaced by 36-inch galvanized-iron
pipe and 15-foot fill. . This work was completed and opened to traffic during year.
Further bridge-protection work was done at the Salmon River Bridge by construction
of batter walls and groins, supported by rock fills.
The Willow River Bridge was protected by riprap and log sheer fin booms.  Q 50 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained during the year. New cable towers and a new
cable were installed on the Isle Pierre Ferry, and pontoon-repair work carried out on the
Hansard and Croydon Ferries.
Snow-removal.—A total snowfall of 102.6 inches was recorded at the Prince George
Airport, but at least 50 per cent more fell in the eastern part of the district between
Giscome and McBride. Also considerable heavier snows were encountered north of
Summit Lake on the Hart Highway.
There was no midwinter thaw. Weather was extremely cold, particularly in January
when temperatures fell to 50 degrees below zero. The heavy snows required some spring
work done over in an effort to protect the roads for spring break-up. Snow-fencing was
used to good effect.
Buildings.—All buildings were maintained in good condition.
Omineca (East) District
Maintenance of Highways.—All roads were maintained in a satisfactory manner
throughout the year. A continued increase in heavy traffic in the district makes it more
difficult each year to keep the roads in a really good condition.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—Two miles of major reconstruction were
undertaken on the Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road between Mile 24 and Mile 26. The
work was practically completed before severe weather set in, but due to a very wet fall we
had difficulty in keeping traffic moving over the new work.
On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, between the Sob Lake Road and the
Rod and Gun Club Road, we attempted again to complete this section. Due to very wet
weather we had to abandon the work, and at present the 7-mile section is about 85 per
cent completed.
Bridges.—A new 60-foot King truss with pile-trestle approaches was constructed
over the Endako River 1 mile east of Endako. A similar structure was also built over
the same river 1 mile west of Endako.
A pile-trestle structure, 170 feet in length, was constructed over Chilco Creek, east
of Vanderhoof.
Twenty-two other bridges were repaired during the season.
Ferries.—The Fort Fraser, Finmoore, and Hulatt Ferries operated as usual throughout the year.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was about normal during the winter. In all, 423 miles of
road were kept ploughed during the year.
Omineca (West) District
Maintenance.—Maintenance was satisfactorily undertaken, with new equipment purchased for the district. Considerable minor betterments were undertaken and completed.
A new railway crossing west of Decker Lake was constructed, and a half-mile of road was
gravelled to complete this project. Approximately 3.5 miles of the Eakin Settlement
Road in the Cheslatta area was reconstructed, bringing the road to the post-office, and
about 60 per cent of the work is completed.
Reconstruction.—There was a major improvement undertaken for a half-mile of the
Telkwa Coal Road by way of realinement to eliminate winding road and side cuts. This
work was fully completed and gravelled. The Hazelton Hill on the Telkwa High Road
was reconstructed to eliminate steep grades, and work was fully completed and gravelled.
Bridges.—The reconstruction of the Sheraton Bridge was completed, and three other
bridges and a cattle pass were rebuilt also. Maintenance and repairs were carried out on
bridges in the district. Corrugated steel was purchased for construction of new ferry
wharves at Francois Lake.
Ferries.—The new Francois Lake Ferry, the M.V. " Jacob Henkel," was completed
by Yarrows, Limited, and put into full schedule of twelve hours on June 27th, 1949. DISTRICT REPORTS Q 51
Temporary dolphins were installed at old wharves to accommodate the larger ferry. The
ferrymen's cottages were fully completed.
Snow-removal.—There was a heavy snowfall throughout the district during the
whole winter season.    Five hundred and nine miles of road were kept open.
Buildings.—The grounds of the Burns Lake Court-house have been graded in preparation for lawns. Maintenance and repairs have been kept up on the British Columbia
Police buildings, including a new roof. The contract for a new equipment-shed at Burns
Lake was completed by Wilson Construction Company, of Vancouver, last February.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 10 (PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL
DISTRICT)
(Divisional Engineer, W. R. Workman)
Roads.—Maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district. On minor roads,
tax-labour was used for both maintenance and minor reconstruction.
All projects undertaken were completed. Reconstruction of Pouce Coupe—Rolla
Road, No. 5 (Project No. 30), to Mile 10 was completed and also an additional mile to
Mile 11.
The grade on 10.1 miles of Dawson-Sunrise Valley Road, No. 9, was raised above
the general ground-level, to eliminate bad snow-drifting conditions. Similar work was
also carried out on 4.5 miles of Pouce Coupe-Central Road, No. 110.
Reconstruction, including gravelling on the Tea Creek Cut-off and the Clark Hill
on the Fort St. John-Hudson Hope Road, No. 1, was completed.
Project No. 31 on the Fort St. John-Rose Prairie Road was completed, as was also
the grade revision of the Beatton River Hill on the Fort St. John-Cecil Lake Road,
No. 12.
Bridges.—Three bridges were reconstructed and four replaced by culverts and fills.
Hays Bridge, No. 90, was rebuilt on a new site due to a relocation of Tupper-Hays-Pouce
Coupe Road, No. 23.
Thirteen bridges were redecked.
Ferries.—Both the Clayhurst and Hudson Hope Ferries operated satisfactorily
throughout the season.
A double shift was placed on the Clayhurst Ferry during the period of the grain-haul
because of the heavy volume of traffic.
A new boat was built for the Hudson Hope Ferry. t
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-5
ASSIFICATION OF HIGHW^
er Part III of the " Highway .
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5 AT MAR
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HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED A!
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities
Alberni  ,, 	
Armstrong 	
33r
39b
34e
33b
130u
32r
3b
123r
34b
35b
138r
36r
44r
43r
121r
78R
113r
126r
68r
73r
101r
102r
131r
134r
129r
20r
75r
19r
57r
117r
136r
122r
137r
113b
144r
37r
23b
80b
87r
124r
127r
' lR
14r
17r
135r
14b
22b
Canadian Highway  	
Beaver Creek Road  	
Vernon-Salmon Arm    	
Armstrong-Salmon Arm 	
Trans-Canada,    	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial.	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial.	
Arterial- ,
Arterial	
Arterial	
2.00
0.43
1.50
0.90
1.65
1.35
Courtenay  -	
Cumberland Road and Union Street	
Van Home St., Baker St., and Cranbrook St.
1.10
1.03
0.36
0.21
Courtenay-Cumberland Road (Fourth St.)....
York Road, Tzouhalem Road, Government
1.46
1.11
2.40
1.25
1.70
0.73
0.85
1.90
0.63
1.00
1.51
1.21
2.08
3.20
1.63
3.25
3.70
4.05
2.65
0.80
2.85
2.61
0.90
Enderby. 	
Vernon-Salmon Arm.	
Greenwood	
Columbia St. and Trans-Provincial Highway
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial".	
Arterial	
Arterial .,..,
Arterial	
Kaslo 	
Kimberley	
"A" Ave., Eighth Ave., and  " C " Ave.,
City of Kaslo	
Warren   Ave.,   Wallinger  Ave.,   Ross   St.,
and Banff-Windermere Highway _	
Island Highway..  	
	
Merritt-Kamloops 	
Merritt-Princeton  	
Nicol St., Ravine St., Fraser St., Comox
Road   	
Marine Drive, Third St., Cotton Road	
Trunk   Highway,   Third   Ave.,   Kingsway,
Arterial	
	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial_	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Arterial -
Arterial.	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.-..	
Arterial. 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
	
	
First Ave., Victoria St., and Cameron St.
Shawatlans Road, Fredericks St., Eleventh
Ave., Prince Rupert Blvd., and McBride
St    	
Wilson St., Douglas St., Charles St., First
St., and Wales St	
1.13
.Rossland _	
Third St., Railway Ave., Fourth St	
Rossland - Paterson    Highway,    Columbia
Ave., St. Paul St., Le Roi Ave., Schofleld
2.65
0.90
Trans-Provincial 	
Salmon Arm-Enderby 	
Salmon Arm-Enderby   	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway 	
Rossland-Trail-Fruitvale Road	
Thirty-second St., Forty-third Ave., Twenty-
seventh St   	
Slocan	
Trail   ,, , 	
0.69
0.21
0.92
2.41
2.30
	
District Municipalities
Burnaby	
60.18
5.03
4.22
6.38
6.15
5.43
Grandview-Douglas            	
North Road (west half) 	
1.40
3.30
Riverway (Marine Drive)  	 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Q 53
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st, 1950—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
District Municipalities
■—Continued
8r
9r
62b
106b
103r
IOr
18r
67r
118r
14b
133r
40b
103b
76r
82r
26r
3r
77r
128r
22r
59r
69r
73b
4r
12r
23r
77b
96b
31r
36b
56b
109b
40r
21r
74b
75b
78b
79b
92b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29r
30r
52r
84r
85b
38r
146r
24b
26b
62r
143r
32b
6r
lllR
41r
2r
13r
15r
114r
125r
139r
90b
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Rosedale Ferry Road.   —
Sardis Road	
15.27
2.25
Secondary	
Secondary
Arterial—	
Arterial	
Arterial...	
Arterial.	
Arterial	
Secondary
3.65
0 88
Coldstream  	
Monashee Road (White Valley) 	
Coquitlam Road   	
9.00
6.14
1.96
3.53
1.05
Central Arterial 	
	
North Road (east half) 	
Road to Ferry, Westminster Ave., Elliott
St.,   Ladner   Trunk   Road.,   and   Scott
Road  	
Boundary Bay Road 	
1.40
Delta	
15.85
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial 	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial. 	
Arterial	
Arterial...	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial 	
Arterial ,
Arterial	
Secondary.. ..
Secondary
7.80
1.00
Central Arterial	
Kelowna-Vernon 	
Trans-Provincial   (Deroche-Agassiz   Road
and Agassiz Ferry Road)     	
0.78
0.93
13.72
10.82
4.04
1.10
12.46
2.00
0.74
Kent.-	
Aldergrove-Bellingham  	
New McLellan Road	
Port Hammond Loop   	
River Road and Dewdney Trunk Road	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission	
Trans-Provincial 	
Dewdney Trunk Road  	
Cedar Valley Road  	
Island Highway   	
Quamichan Lake Road	
10.80
7.88
5.27
9.10
15.50
2.00
13.00
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial...—	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial..	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial _	
Secondary
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial .,
Arterial	
4.25
1.73
Oak Bay
Beach Drive    	
Peachland-Kelowna  	
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk Road)
Harris Road 	
5.06
Peachland _—_  	
7.16
3.23
1.70
0.90
1.90
McNeil Road-—  	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road—  	
No. 5 Road 	
2.00
3.50
Richmond  _	
5.89
6.28
1/70
3.65
9.00
10.00
1.60
2.90
Saanich  ,„.
Island Highway	
Quadra St. and Saanich Road..— —
West Saanich Road  	
Scott Road and portion of Mount Newton
Keating Cross-road—..	
2.00
8.25
4.70
Canoe Road—  	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie —
4.20
Spallumcheen  _.	
4.90
12.35
6.25
Armstrong-Salmon River	
7.10
11.68
2.05
8.60
12.91
9.55
14.11
1.00
9.50
7.43
" C " St., Abbotsford-Huntingdon Road ...
Penticton-Kelowna 	
Arterial ,	
Arterial   	
Arterial	
Secondary
1.50 Q 54
STATEMENT
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st, 1950—Continued
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial
Secondary
District Municipalities
—Continued
89k
132r
5r
11r
49r
120r
105b
107b
112r
119r
111b
95r
45r
110b
141r
142r
70r
46r
81r
98R
99r
106r
107r
108r
116r
92r
93r
24r
25r
93b
97b
109r
88r
115r
104r
105r
83r
94r
47r
140r
90r
50r
58b
72r
51r
67b
86r
48r
64r
96r
97r
100r
79r
0.10
12.00
Village Municipalities
Marine Drive, Joly St., Lome Ave., Nelson
Ave., Bay St., Royal Ave., and Chatham
St      . 	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
320.43
99.00
0.50
0.33
0.53
2.47
0.42
0.47
"Too
1.02
Campbell River 	
Island Highway —	
Fifth  Ave.,   Third  Ave.,   and   portion   of
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial...	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial —	
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial _
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial 	
Mill Road                            	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway. 	
1.45
1.01
Comox   	
Comox Ave., Wharf St., and Balmoral Ave...
Cranberry Lake Road and Manson Road
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road) ,' ,,.
One Hundred and Second Ave..	
0.80
0.83
Creston—	
Fort St. John 	
1.00
1.00
0.80
0.98
1.52
1.44
1.12
0.30
0.60
0.28
1.29
0.92
0.26
0.56
1.40
Centre Avenue   	
Pender Harbour Highway	
Trans-Provincial (Water St.) 	
Hope -	
	
Cowichan   Lake   Road   and   North   Shore
Road. —
Lillooet 	
McBride 	
Main St	
Sixth and Fraser Sts 	
Main St. and Main St. South 	
Second  Ave.,  part  of  Columbia  St.,  and
part of First Ave..	
Main St	
Abbotsford-Mission   Road    (Home   Ave.
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk Road)
Seventh St. and Grand Ave  	
Cedar Valley Road (easterly half) 	
0.70
0.50
1.10
0.91
0.84
2.15
0.76
0.43
3.26
1.28
1.40
0.45
1.45
New Denver   	
Okanagan St	
Parksville	
Qualicum Beach  	
Quesnel 	
Salmo 	
Silverton	
Smithers  	
Stewart.—	
Terrace	
Tofino 	
Nelson-Nelway Road and Salmo-Fruitvale
Road 	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road	
Stewart-Bear River Highway	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Kalum St 	
Tofino-Ucluelet Road	
Prince Rupert Highway. 	
Fort St. James Highway.	
Manson Highway and First St	
Marine Ave  	
Road to wharf. 	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road 	
	
1.35
1.78
1.07
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
0.50
1.17
0.52
0.54
2.35
2.78
0.08
1.00
	
Williams Lake	
46.71
5.96 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Q 55
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st, 1950—Continued
Approximate Mileage
Arterial    Secondary
Summary
City Municipalities 	
District Municipalities _ 	
Village Municipalities -	
Total classified mileage.. —  	
Deduct for duplicate mileage—
North Road in Burnaby and Coquitlam Municipalities	
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey Municipalities 	
Cedar Valley Road in Mission District and Mission Village.
Net total classified mileage  _	
60.18
320.43
46.71
5.03
99.00
5.96
427.32
109.99
1.40
5.15
0.50
422.17
108.09 Q 56
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Q 61
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED,
APRIL 1st, 1949, TO MARCH 31st, 1950
ROADS
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 71—Kingsway Asphaltic Paving, Burnaby Road to Edmonds Street
(3.5 Miles) :
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd.. _ _	
General Construction Co., Ltd     .'-	
Project No. 71—Highway Lighting, Kingsway:
C. H. E. Williams Co., Ltd. _	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric, Ltd.
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
Industrial Electricians, Ltd	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
Project No. 77—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince Rupert-Galloway
Rapids Reconstruction:
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd    --
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd - 	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd    	
Project   No.   106—Vancouver   Island   Highway,   Sandwick   Revision    (Miles
142.08-144):
General Construction Co., Ltd _ - -
Project No.  107—Canadian Highway, Cathedral Grove-Alberni Section  (5.72
Miles) :
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd... - - -  -
General Construction Co., Ltd....
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd...
Project No. 113—Trans-Canada Highway, Cherry Creek-Cornwall Lodge Section:
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd.... - 	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd..
Storms Contracting (Pacific), Ltd...
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd. -	
Project No. 114—Trans-Canada Highway, Pritchard Section (3.11 Miles):
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd —
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd.
Project No. 115—Cariboo Road, 100-Mile House-Lac la Hache:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd - 	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd.	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd...
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd 	
Project No.   116—Southern  Trans-Provincial Highway,  Rock  Creek-Osoyoos
Section :
P. F. Law Construction Co   —	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd  	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd. -	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd..
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd 	
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd 	
Project No.  117—Southern  Trans-Provincial Highway,  Rock  Creek-Osoyoos
Section (Anarchist Mountain):
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd - 	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd .'.	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd....
Emil Anderson Construction Co.
$144,650.00
$183,400.00
109,890.00
$111,800.00
113,675.00
114,905.00
118,975.00
278,583.30
$337,629.85
358,115.30
69,369.60
$643,583.50
$792,504.50
841,243.00
345,826.57
$350,846.15
351,533.62
360,446.19
370,044.47
110,958.20
$112,781.10
633,754.73
$638,534.44
654,915.58
669,782.79
314,546.25
$343,806.90
350,357.46
354,319.50
363,404.77
369,627.85
1,115,496.76
$1,133,505.66
1,139,137.06
1,149,658.06
1,184,629.00
1,190,718.16
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. Q 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
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
Project No. 118—Chief Lake Road, Garvin Canyon Reconstruction:
Monarch Construction Co., Ltd	
Yorston & Cunliffe Co., Ltd	
Willson Construction Co., Ltd...
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
Summit Contractors, Ltd	
Bellos Ranch, Ltd..	
Project No. 125—Gravel-crushing, Fort George Electoral District:
Monarch Construction Co., Ltd   _ 	
Willson Construction Co., Ltd...
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd	
Williams & Carrothers, Ltd	
Project No. 127—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Relocation and Reconstruction (5.05 Miles) at Grand Forks:
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd —  	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd. _ _	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd — 	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd   	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd.	
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd _	
Project No.  138—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway,  Erickson-Goat River
(Sections A, B, and C):
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd.  	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd. _	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd  : 	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd    	
Project No.  139—Kamloops-Vernon Road, Westwold-Falkland Section:
General Construction Co., Ltd..   	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd     	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd  	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd  	
Upper Fraser Valley Construction Co., Ltd  - 	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd _   	
Project No. 140—Island Highway, Relocation at Mill Bay (1.4 Miles):
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd.   — _      	
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd.   	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd 	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd 	
Coast Quarries, Ltd    	
Project No. 141—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Wynndel-Creston Section
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd  	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd   - —
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd..— _. _ - 	
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd  _ - 	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd      -	
Project No. 142—Island Highway, Relocation at Niagara Creek:
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd -   	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd  	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd..
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd..
31,850.00
Awarded.
$41,925.00
42,900.00
47,450.00
48,750.00
50,700.00
32,700.00
29,100.00
Awarded.
$33,900.00
29,400.00
30,900.00
36,000.00
37,500.00
33,000.00
226,765.00
Awarded.
$255,812.40
260,249.90
260,718.50
261,909.00
265,016.00
153,688.20
Awarded.
$159,458.00
175,759.50
177,884.00
259,225.88
Awarded.
$273,706.43
290,666.73
312,766.13
321,838.67
328,102.18
127,478.90
Awarded.
$132,000.40
135,254.40
141,024.30
167,344.30
409,148.43
Awarded.
$432,427.43
442,467.43
452,700.93
455,115.43
292,315.55
Awarded.
$302,671.70
310,230.80
318,365.20 TENDERS
Q 63
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
Project No. 152—Trans-Canada Highway, Alexandra Lodge East:
Highway Construction Co., Ltd. —
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd...
Section 2—Lower Mainland:
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd —
General Construction Co., Ltd...
Section 3—Cariboo:
General Construction Co., Ltd..
Fred Mannix Co., Ltd.  	
P. F. Law Construction Co., Ltd.
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd....
Section 4:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co..
P. F. Law Construction Co., Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd..
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd _	
General Construction Co., Ltd.	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd	
Section 5—Kootenays:
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd.
Ltd.
P. F. Law Construction Co.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd...
Section 6—Similkameen:
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd.
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd	
General Construction Co., Ltd...
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd.
Section 7—Central Interior:
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd., and Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
General Construction Co., Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd...
Section 9—Fernie:
General Construction Co., Ltd..
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.	
364,574.60
Emil Anderson Construction Co _	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd    	
Okanagan Flood-control—River-bank Protection, Mission Creek, Kelowna
Windsor Construction Co., Ltd— - .—-
Interior Contracting Co., Ltd 	
General Construction Co., Ltd   _ 	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd _ 	
EricLarsen, Ltd  .  _   ~-
G. W. Ledingham & Co., Ltd _  ~ -	
Jamieson Construction Co., Ltd 	
Sydney Hector lohns, Kelowna   	
Interior Construction Service   	
Bituminous Surfacing, 1949-50:
Section 1—Vancouver Island:
General Construction Co., Ltd..... —	
$434,144.90
550,408.40
47,200.00
52,000.00
$56,640.00
59,200.00
61,920.00
66,400.00
84,000.00
90,400.00
92,960.00
410,451.50
$424,900.50
370,878.30
$379,771.80
411,243.50
344,836.00
$360,536.00
370,736.00
385,354.00
312,992.00
$324,167.20
327,724.00
339,624.60
342,419.00
371,222.30
255,373.20
$264,068.20
265,236.50
270,221.50
392,610.00
430,591.40
$435,461.50
457,347.00
590,587.00
166,823.50
$180,112.50
185,576.00
79,295.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
$81,550.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded, Q 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
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, 1949-50—Continued
Section 10—Yale:
Commonwealth Construction Co., Ltd	
63,689.80
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd....
Williams & Carrothers, Ltd..
Section 14—North Vancouver:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co., Ltd.
City Construction Co., Ltd	
$70,165.00
74,080.00
7,396.00
Awarded.
Section 16—Yale:
Premier Construction Co., Ltd-
$8,156.00
29,540.00
Awarded.
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Williams & Carrothers, Ltd...
$30,246.00
32,397.00
BRIDGES
Substructure  for  Highway  Bridges  over  Cowichan  and  Chemainus  Rivers,
Cowichan-Newcastle District:
Baynes-Manning, Ltd _ - 	
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd..
General Construction Co., Ltd...
Substructure for Highway Bridge over Coquitlam River, Dewdney District:
Hastings Construction Co., Ltd -	
Todd Construction Co., Ltd..
J. S. Johnson.
Amundson Construction Co., Ltd.
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd	
Highway Construction Co., Ltd	
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd..
West Coast Salvage & Construction Co..
Fraser River Pile Driving Co —	
Substructure for Michel Mouth, Old Town, and Loop Bridges, over Michel
Creek, Fernie District:
Dawson & Hall, Ltd  	
Marwell Construction Co.
Baynes-Manning, Ltd	
, Ltd.
substructure for overhead crossing at diamond bridge on island highway,
Cowichan-Newcastle District:
W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co., Ltd	
West Coast Salvage & Construction Co..
J. S. Johnson  	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd 	
British Columbia Bridge & Dredging Co., Ltd-
General Construction Co., Ltd 	
Moncrieff Construction Co., Ltd	
Pacific Pile Driving Co., Ltd 	
Seaboard Paving Co., Ltd 	
Cleaning and Painting of Pitt River Bridge, Dewdney District:
J. Boshard & Son, Ltd   -
Seaboard Advertising Co., Ltd...
$81,189.00
$85,778.00
89,772.00
91,741.00
16,735.50
$18,945.30
26,830.00
27,045.00
27,460.00
27,862.50
30,114.20
30,470.00
32,335.00
73,547.40
$91,280.75
101,296.00
31,191.80
$32,102.25
32,848.30
35,780.25
36,326.10
41,550.50
44,409.17
44,976.20
49,016.70
11,790.00
$9,260.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS Q 65
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BRIDGES—-Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Substructure for Highway Bridge over Brunette River on North Road, Burnaby
District:
Alex Wallace & Son  	
J. S. Johnson _ 	
Hastings Construction Co., Ltd—
Alfred Horie Construction Co	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd....
Manson Bros., Ltd	
Hazel Bros. Construction Co..
Substructure for Wilkinson Bridge on Island Highway, Esquimalt District:
Cowichan Housing, Ltd _  	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd	
Findlay-White Construction Co., Ltd...
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd _
Substructure for Vedder Canal Bridge over Vedder Canal on Trans-Canada
Highway, Chilliwack District:
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart, Ltd   	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd.       _	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd   	
Highway Construction Co., Ltd    	
British Columbia Bridge & Dredging Co., Ltd _'. 	
Substructure for Pallot Bridge No. 1 on Lougheed Highway, Dewdney District
Hazel Bros. Construction Co., Ltd. 	
J. S. Johnson  _ 	
Carroll Construction Co., Ltd..
Todd Construction Co., Ltd.	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd	
Amundson Construction Co., Ltd...
Hastings Construction Co., Ltd	
Substructure for Walker Bridge, Russell Creek Bridge, and Meadow Creek Bridge
on Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Nelson-Creston District:
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart, Ltd 	
Wood, Parr & McClay, Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd..
Baynes-Manning, Ltd...
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific), Ltd...
Substructure and Superstructure for Highway Bridges over Cook and Rosewall
Creeks on Island Highway, Comox District:
Marwell Construction Co., Ltd _ _	
General Construction Co., Ltd..
Findlay-White Construction Co., Ltd.
4,964.40
$4,992.80
7,197.24
7,910.54
8,177.34
8,464.22
9,116.70
10.444.80
Awarded.
$13,002.00
14,697.50
14,920.00
130,808.00
Awarded.
$157,702.00
175,163.80
176,982.50
195,984.90
11,777.75
Awarded.
$12,222.40
12,778.40
13,311.45
13,975.95
19,097.96
20,662.26
76,271.41
Awarded.
$83,637.20
84,963.89
89,461.90
93,506.85
45,990.00
Awarded.
$52,210.00
80,280.00
Awarded. Q 66 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BUILDINGS
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
James L. Galloway 	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd	
$78,954.00
88,407.00
59,711.00
62,855.00
63,191.00
66,600.00
67,695.00
74,752.00
5,834.00
5,967.50
52,718.00
59,975.00
60.576.00
62,492.00
184,888.00
238,000.00
155,270.00
180,500.00
182,464.00
1,028,905.00
1,073,921.00
1,085,401.00
1,089,000.00
1,112,181.00
49,667.00
55,990.00
56,996.00
59,800.00
62,789.00
69,624.00
104,959.00
221,310.00
219,968.00
234,914.00
177,000.00
112,787.00
117,640.00
117,831.00
124,173.00
124,875.00
223,300.00
238,503.00
55,038.00
56,507.18
67,093.00
12,580.00
13,800.00
13,980.00
14,322.00
4,298.00
4,450.00
4,990.00
Dawson & Hall, Ltd                  	
Taylor & Son, Ltd.                                	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd                  	
Piping connections for V.U.Z, boiler,
Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale
Leek & Co., Ltd _	
E. Moller Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd               	
Garage, duplex, and personnel building, Mile 36, Hope-Princeton Highway
Cell block and septic tank, Oakalla
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd	
Awarded.
New permanent office building, Victoria :
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd _
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart...
W. R. Menzies Co	
tion
C. J. McDowell Plumbing & Heating Co.
W. R. Menzies Co	
Awarded.
C. J. McDowell Plumbing & Heating Co.
Awarded.
Hume & Rumble, Ltd 	
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
Mott Electric, Ltd	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric, Ltd _
Completion of Applied Science Building, University of B.C.:
H. C. Redmond	
Industrial Electricians, Ltd _	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
Heating and ventilating	
Fred Welsh & Son             	
Leek & Co., Ltd ......	
Fred Welsh & Son	 TENDERS
Q
67
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BUILDINGS—Continued
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
Completion   of   Biological   Science
Building, University of B.C.:
165,313.00
Electrical ,	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
16,558.00
Awarded.
Leek & Co., Ltd	
21,696.00
22,600.00
22,900.00
18,525.00
19,800.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Abbotsford   Court-house   and   office
building (electrical not included)
91,929.00
92,685.00
95,280.00
100,842.00
101,577.00
104,802.00
121,713.00
Awarded.
NelsOlund	
E. H. Shockley & Son, Ltd..
Turnbull Bros., Ltd	
Olund Bros., Ltd	
A. M. Titerle       	
Altering   and   redecorating   Duncan
Court-house
Cowichan Housing, Ltd. _ 	
4,497.30
Awarded.
Addition to police quarters, Golden —
J. T. Dixon 	
8,700.00
Awarded.
Electrical work, new cell block, Oak-
alla Prison Farm
Ricketts-Sewell Electric, Ltd	
11,950.00
Awarded.
Electrical    installation,     Abbotsford
Government building
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd 	
7,798.00
8,330.00
8,721.00
8,741.00
8,742.00
8,750.00
9,210.00
9,379.00
9,393.00
9,540.00
10,050.00
Awarded.
Jack A. Weir. _ _ 	
Nova Electric, Ltd 	
H. Berg 	
Industrial Electricians, Ltd	
Electrical work, buildings at Mile 36,
Hope-Princeton Highway
Betts Electric, Ltd	
7,383.00
8,100.00
9,034.00
9,363.00
9,546.27
9,600.00
9,725.00
Awarded.
Nova Electric, Ltd	
Mott Electric, Ltd 	
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric, Ltd	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd	
Heating and refrigeration installation,
Mile 36, Hope-Princeton Highway
Barr & Anderson (Kelowna), Ltd	
Fred Welsh & Son	
35,321.00
37,549.00
38,103.00
Awarded.
Leek & Co., Ltd             	
Electrical work for Terrace Infirmary.
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd  	
12,950.00
16,995.00
22,679.00
Awarded.
Equipment-shed and workshop, Burns
Lake
Wilson Construction Co., Ltd	
R. C. Mutch    	
Hastings Construction Co., Ltd	
S. Anderson, J. C. Saunders, T. Lovaas	
20,215.00
24,342.00
25,179.00
26,500.00
Awarded.
Equipment-shed and workshop, Vanderhoof
Hastings Construction Co., Ltd. 	
21,897.00
Awarded.
Preventive   Medicine   Building,   University of B.C.:
General  	
Commonwealth Construction Co., Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co.. Ltd.
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart,
Ltd.
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	
654,210.00
656,039.00
656,483.00
667,167.00
Awarded. Q 68 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BUILDINGS—Continued
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
Preventive  Medicine  Building,  University of B.C.—Continued
79,710.00
83,980.00
88,380.00
90,709.00
101,900.00
110,507.00
95,600.00
96,800.00
97,600.00
117,250.00
118,900.00
387,000.00
392,554.00
393,195.00
403,420.00
433,610.00
451,235.00
381,508.00
34,122.00
38,010.00
38,460.00
38,550.00
24,385.00
25,150.00
25,800.00
27,340.00
56,196.00
57,200.00
57,885.00
58,900.00
27,223.60
34,160.00
43,975.00
44,546.00
34,917.00
35,267.00
36,836.00
39,200.00
2,194.00
2,470.00
298,724.00
305,673.00
309,843.00
312,340.00
312,990.00
313,586.00
317,704.00
317,996.00
325,185.00
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd.   ~	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric, Ltd.         	
Leek & Co., Ltd   	
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Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart,
Ltd.
Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Dawson & Hall, Ltd.   (no quotation for
R.C. frame)
Hume & Rumble, Ltd. _ 	
C. C. Carter & Son, Ltd	
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd  ~   .   .
Leek & Co., Ltd  ...	
B. Boe, Ltd 	
Leek & Co., Ltd 	
B. Boe, Ltd.	
Ground services:
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Lockerbie & Hole, Ltd 	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric, Ltd	
J. H. McRae Co., Ltd 	
C. C. Carter & Son, Ltd	
Lockerbie & Hole, Ltd. „	
B. Boe, Ltd 	
Proposed  school  and  hospital  unit,
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Bennett & White Construction Co., Ltd.
Tnrnhiill Bros , T tri
Awarded.
F. H  ShncHey * Son, Ltd
H. J. Wood & Sons, Ltd                 ~   . ..
Commonwealth Construction Co., Ltd	
Dawson & Hall, Ltd	 INVENTORY OF ROAD MACHINERY AND PLANT
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Cv> ftj*'  K REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER Q 75
REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER
The statement of gross expenditure for the fiscal year 1949-50 submitted herein
shows a total of $46,472,905.65, an increase of $15,426,867.08 over the previous fiscal
year. This expenditure involved the handling of approximately 87,000 vouchers, an
increase of 26 per cent over 1948-49. In addition to the large volume of vouchers,
18,000 requisitions were passed through the Accounts Branch.
Cash collections amounted to approximately $1,600,000, and, in addition, interdepartmental debit and credit notes to the amount of $2,500,000, compared with
$650,000 for the preceding fiscal period, were processed through this Branch.
From the foregoing it will be noted that a considerable increase occurred in the
volume of work performed by the district offices and at headquarters, and I am pleased
to report that it was handled with efficiency and dispatch.
I wish again to record my appreciation of the loyal and efficient co-operation of all
members of the staff at headquarters and in the field.
W. Wright,
Departmental Comptroller.  STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 77
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY
Vote 235.   Minister's Office   *$15,693.03
Vote 236.   Administration    *814,613.68
Vote 237.   Parliament Buildings and Grounds (see Credits, $46,601.04) *359,603.01
Vote 238.   Government House (Maintenance)  *37,603.80
Vote 241.   Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings (except
Parliament  Buildings  and  Government House)   (see
Credits, $116,100.17)   *1,307,499.01
Vote 242.   Highway Signs    74,869.35
Vote 243.   Research Branch   1,259.30
Vote 244.   Gravel-crushing (see Credits, $558,152.26)  558,162.26
Vote 245.   Langford Warehouse (see Credits, $200,090.22)  200,100.22
Vote 247.   Steam-boiler Inspection (see Credits, $53,308.09)  63,902.54
Vote 248.   Electrical Energy Inspection (see Credits, $6,316.34)  92,335.81
Total, Votes 235-238, 241-245, 247, 248  (for details see Public
Accounts)  =.    $3,525,642.01
Vote 239(a).   Roads   $7,286,787.54
Bridges  :  1,076,294.90
Ferries   754,779.72
Wharves   9,216.02
Machinery and Equipment  535,253.39
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc     9,662,331.57
Vote 239(6).   Hard-surfacing of Highways      3,319,249.01
Vote 240.   Local Highways within Municipal Limits  61,679.42
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a)—
Roads   $3,305.85
Gravel-crushing  (Credit) 8.70
Total, Sec. 2 (a)  $3,297.15
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (b)—
Roads   97.65
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c)—
Buildings         192,234.47
Total expenditure, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944         195,629.27
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) —
Roads         $22,624.39
Garages   15,198.96
Total expenditure, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946"... 37,823.35
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a)—
Roads  .  $3,013,744.38
Ferries   13,872.11
Increase to contractors  57,479.01
Total expenditure, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947 "...     3,085,095.50
Statutory.   "Civil Service Act, 1945," Sec. 78 (Cost-of-living Bonus) ,        261,308.85
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account (see
Credits, Revenue, $717,279.26)         139,900.02
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.)
" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b)—
Surveys          $14,719.73
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1932       $14,719.73
Carried forward        $14,719.73 $20,288,659.00
* Does not include cost-of-living bonus. Q 78 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued
SUMMARY—Continued
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.)—Continued
Brought forward          $14,719.73 $20,288,659.00
" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6—
Roads   $5,030.10
Bridges   608.77
Paving and hard-surfacing  5,371.17
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1935  11,010.04
B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—
Buildings   $3,295.55
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1939  3,295.55
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads   $79,269.96
Bridges   15,049.26
Surveys    3,159.98
(Includes Peace River and Hope-Princeton.)
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1943         97,479.20
1 B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b)—
Buildings       $713,195.76
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1943       713,195.76
; B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads (includes Peace River and Hope-Princeton) $3,165,478.40
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1946     3,165,478.40
; B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (b)—
Buildings     $1,431,680.71
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1946      1,431,680.71
B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads   $959,621.48
Bridges   35,846.96
Ferries     395,701.30
Surveys    85,961.71
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1948     1,477,131.45
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads   $8,876,465.57
Ferries     485,317.26
Paving and hard-surfacing  1,236,772.35
Surveys    300,170.73
Increase to contractors  250,000.00
(Includes Hope-Princeton.)
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1949  11,148,725.91
; B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b)—
Buildings       $979,546.08
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1949       979,546.08
'B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (c)—
Machinery and equipment  $1,000,000.00
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1949     1,000,000.00
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d)—
Bridges       $832,784.22
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1949        832,784.22
Carried forward. $20,875,047.05 $20,288,659.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 79
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued
SUMMARY—Continued
Capital Expenditure (Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc)—Continued
Brought forward $20,875,047.05 $20,288,659.00
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 («).—
i Culverts and fills      $506,324.25
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1949       506,324.25
"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g)~
Buildings       $396,921.84
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1949       396,921.84
1 B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "—
Bridges   $2,296,223.13
Total, Capital Expenditure, 1947    2,296,223.13
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "      $808,674.58
Total, " B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "       808,674.58
Total, Capital Expenditure,  1932,  1935,  1939,  1943, 1945,  1946,
1947, 1948, 1949    24,883,190.85
Vote 201.   Mining Roads and Trails         210,456.43
Statutory.   " Highway Act," Sec. 57 (4) (grants to cities with population in excess of
15,000)    39,675.00
Statutory.   " Flood Relief Act "—
Atlin   $1,078.33
Cariboo (North)   11,343.14
Cariboo (South)   5,136.90
Chilliwack   268.41
Columbia   946.00
Delta   4,454.42
Dewdney    88,799.67
Fernie   84,050.53
Kamloops    15,334.14
Kaslo-Slocan    4,270.61
Lillooet    12,028.90
Nelson-Creston    11,566.16
North Okanagan   516.35
South Okanagan   124,256.76
Omineca (West)   359.27
Revelstoke    7,129.18
Rossland-Trail   3,303.11
Salmon Arm   6,864.36
Similkameen  71,262.61
Skeena    32,224.00
Yale     8,810.62
Total, " Flood Relief Act "         494,003.47
Special Warrant No. 3. Compensation to Beaton Navigation Co., Arrowhead, B.C.
(operators of chartered ferry), for losses sustained due to abnormal winter
conditions   5,000.00
Special Warrant No. 4—
(a) Improvements to banks of Similkameen River at Keremeos
and the banks of Trout Creek       $38,496.84
(b) Cleaning and reconstruction of Mark Creek channel, City of
Kimberley (Government share)         20,000.00
Total, Special Warrant No. 4  58,496.84
Special Warrant No. 6. Adjustment of contract of Highway Construction Company
covering reconstruction of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Sections A and B,
Grand Forks-Greenwood  11,218.68
Carried forward $45,990,700.27 Q 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE—Continued
SVMMARY—Continued
Brought forward $45,990,700.27
Special Warrant No. 7.   Grant to Village of Pouce Coupe toward cost of installing
sewage system   6,750.00
Special Warrant No. 8.   Compensation to R. Stewart for loss of two head of live stock 300.00
Special Warrant No. 9.   Compensation to certain Public Works employees for loss by
fire of personal effects (Project 93, Vernon)  240.67
Special Warrant No. 18.   Grant to Village of Smithers toward cost of drainage plan ... 6,262.92
Special Warrant No. 20.   Improvements to banks of Similkameen River at Keremeos
and the banks of Trout Creek  43,792.99
Special Warrants Nos. 10 and 27. Okanagan Flood Relief (see Dominion Government
Credit, $23,581.15), gross expenditure .  33,592.20
Special Warrants Nos. 33 and 37.   Repairs to Provincial highways, bridges, and other
public works damaged by floods in electoral districts as under—
Alberni   $1,396.87
Burnaby   975.18
Chilliwack   2,089.99
Comox  9,480.09
Cowichan-Newcastle   11,970.61
Dewdney   19,958.49
Esquimalt   4,510.03
Lillooet   19,080.03
Mackenzie   3,833.20
Nanaimo-Islands   988.55
North Vancouver         260,426.67
Similkameen   39,500.00
Yale     17,056.89
Total Special Warrants Nos. 33 and 37         391,266.60
Total gross expenditure, 1949-50 $46,472,905.65
CREDITS
General Account
Vote 237. Sundry rentals          $46,601.04
Vote 239 (a).   Ferries—
Nelson-Creston' (Balfour-Kootenay Bay)  $72,350.90
South Okanagan (Kelowna-Westbank)  107,997.15
Yale (North Bend-Boston Bar)  3,164.40
Prince Rupert (wharfage dues and rentals)    20,436.00
Total credits, Vote 239 (a)  203,948.45
Vote 241.   Rentals (sundry buildings)  116,100.17
Vote 244.   Gravel-crushing   558,152.26
Vote 245.   Langford Warehouse   200,090.22
Vote 247.   Steam-boiler Inspection  .  53,308.09
Vote 248.   Electrical Energy Inspection  6,316.34
Fraser   River   (New  Westminster)   Bridge   (Pattullo   Bridge)   Operating  Account:
Revenue   717,279.26
Dominion Government Credit, Special Warrants Nos. 10 and 27  23,581.15
Total credits, General Account  $1,925,376.98
SUMMARY, PUBLIC WORKS
Credits and Net
Gross                Contributions Expenditure
Public Works (General)   $18,271,166.68    $1,925,376.98 $16,345,789.70
Public Works (Revenue Surplus Appropriation Acts)      3,318,548.12     3,318,548.12
Public Works (Capital)     24,883,190.85      24,883,190.85
$46,472,905.65    $1,925,376.98    $44,547,528.67 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 81
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT
B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec 6 (b):   Surveys
Capital Account
Reg. No.
100.   Canadian Highway (Parksville-Alberni) (Cathedral Grove-Alberni
Section)   	
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys	
100.
100.
183.
66.
6.
107.
1.
2.
3.
125.
9.
100.
10.
11.
15.
13.
16.
22.
24.
45.
25.
27.
29.
31.
82.
56.
84.
34.
38.
133.
141.
139.
43.
47.
142.
147.
8.
194.
57.
55.
154.
$455.23
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):   Surveys
$8,003.28
Canadian Highway (Parksville-Alberni) (Cathedral Grove-Alberni
Section)   	
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys	
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
Canadian Highway (Parksville-Alberni) (Cathedral Grove-Alberni
Section) 	
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys	
$6,175.92
Vote 239 (a)-
Bainbridge 	
Bamfield trails
Batty 	
Bayne
Beaver Creek
Bests 	
Bland 	
Blowers 	
Cameron	
Canadian Highway
Central Lake 	
Cherry Creek	
Comox Trail	
Compton 	
Cowley	
Drinkwater 	
Fabers 	
Falls 	
Fayette
Grandview 	
Granville 	
Hector 	
Home Lake Trail
Imperial Oil lane .
King 	
Kitsuksis 	
Lake Shore	
Malabar  	
Marpole  	
Milligan 	
Moore 	
McCoy Lake 	
Otter Road ..
Plestead
$112.36
" "46756
124.52
782.52
72.62
22.75
38.72
29.16
1,364.92
1,511.49
184.77
55.72
64.16
111.42
44.01
296.23
54.58
58.76
100.17
95.08
152.10
284.57
193.04
756.94
5.48
115.66
58.62
248.58
Refuge Cove Trail
River Road	
School 	
Smith 	
Somers 	
Stevens 	
48.39
"24729
70.43
91.43
$100.21
3,277.09
237.97
790.26
16,129.39
319.29
532.64
1,831.03
609.46
5,669.37
13,343.58
2,903.37
147.09
942.10
693.97
350.11
2,407.61
464.35
485.00
867.37
293.98
134.04
761.54
497.79
1,258.27
506.14
2,630.47
152.50
492.61
1,282.53
1,328.82
651.42
2,552.59
794.76
257.68
212.49
797.12
433.39
540.51
188.04
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
' Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal       General
Roads,
Total
$212.57
3,277.09
284.53
914.78
16,911.91
391.91
555.39
1,869.75
638.62
7,034.29
14,855.07
3,088.14
202.81
1,006.26
805.39
394.12
2,703.84
518.93
543.76
967.54
389.06
286.14
761.54
497.79
1,542.84
699.18
3,387.41
157.98
492.61
1,398.19
1,387.44
900.00
2,552.59
843.15
257.68
236.78
797.12
503.82
631.94
188.04
$455.23
8,003.28
6,175.92
Carried forward       $7,220\05    $66,283.79    $73,503.84        $14,634.43 Q 82                                            PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
ALBERNI DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward       $7,220.05 $66,283.79    $73,503.84        $14,634.43
Reg. No.
62. Strathcona               19.40 287.94 307.34
18.    Tofino-Ucluelet             621.96 9,072.98 9,694.94
63. Walker              37.92 160.13 198.05
64. Withers              68.24 517.92 586.16
36.   Zeballos       1,700.00 1,700.00
33r. Arterial Highway            107.60 20,196.20 20,303.80
53r. Arterial Highway  .            228.91      228.91
86r. Arterial Highway      4,324.29 4,324.29
129r. Arterial Highway              71.56 1,488.70 1,560.26
Sundry roads (under $150)            452.42 1,137.07 1,589.49
Garage      1,037.28 1,037.28
Plant and tools       713.51 713.51
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $1,584.16)
$8,828.06 $106,919.81  $115,747.87
Total, Vote 239 (fl)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         115,747.87
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
121.    Bests   $547.28
99.    Boot Lagoon   225.14
114.   Cherry Creek  1,104.53
106.    McCoy Creek ,  802.81
Port Albion  3,194.35
92.   Roger Creek  228.47
98.    Sproat Falls   671.58
Sundry bridges (under $150)  806.20
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  7,580.36
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
1.    Beaver Creek   $35,669.65
10.    Central Lake   63,961.86
279.   lohnston Road  10,308.49
Kingsway and Argyle    6,388.40
194.    River Road   22,892.64
544.    Victoria Quay  3,607.21
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways         142,828.25
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
90.    Margaret Street   $500.00
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  500.00
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Tranquil Creek Road to Tofino Gold Mine       $5,000.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  5,000.00
Total expenditure, Alberni District        $286,290.91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 83
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Proposed highway from Atlin to Jake's Corner (Project No. 143).. $200,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways	
Vote 239 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
1.    Surprise Lake
5.
13.
17.
46.
92.
15.
32.
Boulder Creek	
O'Donnell  	
Spruce Creek	
Atlin streets 	
Blue Canyon	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools  	
Plant Repair and Rental Account.
Atlin garage	
Snow-removal
$106.28
" ""85784
1,370.72
213.74
General
$254.65
209.05
1,201.42
2,438.38
1,039.08
336.58
226.64
1,980.17
343.19
818.85
Roads,
Total
$360.93
209.05
1,287.26
3,809.10
1,252.82
336.58
226.64
1,980.17
343.19
818.85
$1,776.58      $8,848.01    $10,624.59
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Halfway  .	
Spruce Creek No. 1 	
Wilson Creek	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)	
$461.09
647.86
162.44
236.77
$200,000.00
10,624.59
1,508.16
$212,132.75
63.
66.
67.
73.
84.
102.
139.
146.
210.
72r.
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Bear River 	
Salmon River 	
American Creek 	
Big Missouri 	
Kitsault 	
Stewart—Hyder     	
Cemetery 	
Alice Arm streets.—:  	
Tulsequah River 	
Arterial Highway (Stewart)	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Stewart garage (Credit, $1,008.02)
Supervision 	
Bear River protection	
Bitter Creek protection	
Snow-removal
$517.34
2,954.01
798.00
673.13
135.50
4,267.51
876T12
General Total
$6,006.58 $6,523.92
3.096.72 6,050.73
3.401.73 3,401.73
842.36 842.36
5,814.94 6,612.94
1,457.20 2,130.33
52.39 187.89
483.88 4,751.39
2,000.00 2,000.00
533.05 1,409.17
870.21 870.21
2,172.82 2,172.82
4,199.37 4,199.37
2,400.18 2,400.18
1,474.00 1,474.00
183.81 183.81
$10,221.61    $33,981.22    $44,202.83
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
80.    Bitter Creek ...
85.    Glacier Creek
99.   Keystone
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 239 (a)-—Bridges:   Maintenance..
Carried forward	
$2,249.66
3,886.72
2,896.10
195.10
$44,202.83
9,227.58
$53,430.41 Q 84 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Brought forward         $53,430.41
»
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Reg. No.
100.    Upper Nass-Grease Harbour         $780.00
Kitsault River (basket ferry)  97.51
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries    877.51
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
67.   American Creek  $500.00
71.    Bear River Trunk    1,000.00
84.    Kitsault River   8,000.00
84.    Upper Kitsault   2,371.83
89.    Marmot North Fork  300.00
123.    Tide Lake   500.00
142. South Fork of Marmot River  200.00
143. Mobile Group   1,000.00
150.    Tulsequah River  2,000.00
219.    Northern Terminus Group  750.00
Heather Group  500.00
Black Hill  500.00
Bear River-Cullen Creek  759.00
Sundry trails (units under $150)  50.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  18,430.83
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)...         $72,738.75
ATLIN DISTRICT (STIKINE)
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
50. Glenora             $32.02 $3,432.03 $3,464.05
51. Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake           150.18 1,205.73 1,355.91
61.   Telegraph Creek streets            145.46 541.44 686.90
Ball's        216.82 216.82
Sundry roads (units under $150)  50.00 447.63 497.63
Plant and tools      917.18 917.18
Plant Repair and Rental Account      1,837.44 1,837.44
$377.66      $8,598.27      $8,975.93
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  $8,975.93
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Sundry bridges (units under $150)_._...      $1,052.37
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  _ 1,052.37
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Dease Lake-Goldpan Creek  $500.00
Alaska Highway-McDame Creek   7,242.00
Upper McDame Creek Road from junction of road to Alaska
Highway   7,981.76
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  15,723.76
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)        $25,752.06
Total expenditure, Atlin District        $310,623.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 85
BURNABY DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
Reg. No.
1r. Kingsway       $3,159.98
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Surveys  $3,159.98
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec 6 (a):   Roads
1r. Kingsway reconstruction (Project No. 71)  $612,097.09
14r. Hastings-Barnet (surfacing Hastings Street East from Boundary
Road to Madison Street) (Project No. 157)        7,852.32
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads              619,949.41
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a): Roads
14r. East Hastings-Burnaby retaining-wall (Project No. 103)     $24,131.80
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Roads   24,131.80
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
Burquitlam-Coquitlam via Port Moody  $679.96
Hastings-Barnet to Port Moody  763.00
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  1,442.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Roads
Ir. Kingsway reconstruction (Project No. 71)  $218,715.01
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Roads         218,715.01
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a): Surveys
Burquitlam-Port Coquitlam via Port Moody  $297.88
Hastings-Barnet to Port Moody         6,919.82
Total, Capital Account, 1949^Surveys  7,217.70
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
4. Brunette River Nos. 3, 4 (Project No. 40)      $23,995.56
5. Guichon Creek No. 5 (Project No. 27)         1,500.00
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   25,495.56
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal       General Total
1r. Kingsway  :  $5,379.16 $5,585.72 $10,964.88
14r. Hastings-Barnet   3,518.62 10,745.23 14,263.85
17r. Central Arterial   1,877.89 16,869.04 18,746.93
135r. Grandview-Douglas   2,776.68 16,637.97 19,414.65
Plant and tools       1,401.13 1,401.13
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $3,306.78)
$13,552.35    $47,932.31    $61,484.66
Total,. Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  61,484.66
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
14b. North   -----   $22.59
22b. Riverway     376.13
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways  398.72
Carried forward       $961,995.80 Q 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $961,995.80
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Reg. No.
1. Mill No. 1     $300.14
2. Mill No. 2  160.46
3. Washout  :.  423.14
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance _  :  883.74
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Willingdon Avenue paving (Burnaby Municipality)      $3,000.00
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  3,000.00
Total expenditure, Burnaby District       $965,879.54
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
10.    Cariboo Road-Australian Ranch Revision (Project No. 61)       $9,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways  $9,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
47.    Springfield Bridge         $7,007.49
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys    7,007.49
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
35.    Cottonwood Bridge, Barkerville Road (Project No. 34)     $34,828.99
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  34,828.99
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a):  Roads
10.    Cariboo Road-Australian Ranch Revision (Project No. 61)     $18,618.35
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 18,618.35
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
5.    Keithley       $2,359.66 $2,359.66
10.    Cariboo   $8,066.54 31,697.13 39,763.67
10. Cariboo-Australian          7,118.96 7,118.96
11. Williams Lake Cut-off  290.10 109.45 399.55
16. Antler Creek   344.90 401.79 746.69
17. Lusts        127.64 127.64
23.    Soda Creek-McLeese Lake  449.36 2,285.65 2,735.01
25.    Quesnel Forks-Likely       4,165.98 4,165.98
29.    Barkerville-Bear Lake   318.57 4,351.93 4,670.50
32.    Fraser   1,843.87 7,920.83 9,764.70
38.    Barkerville   11,456.16 17,218.57 28,674.73
45. Dragon Lake (west)  239.38 1,115.51 1,354.89
46. Dragon Lake (east)  253.91 706.91 960.82
48.    Hilborn    36.88 119.70 156.58
50. Kersley-Dales Landing  68.49 250.52 319.01
51. Lavoies        553.17 553.17
54.    McLean   27.40 141.79 169.19
58. Quesnel-BIackwater    970.34 12,498.91 13,469.25
59. Quesnel-Nazko    697.84 7,146.34 7,844.18
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic   920.60 6,531.33 7,451.93
71.    Morris          712.90 712.90
73.    Datoff        224.26 224.26
Carried forward     $25,984.34 $107,758.93 $133,743.27       $69,454.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 87
Reg. No.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward     $25,984.34 $107,758.93 $133,743.27
74.
82.
88.
93.
96.
100.
106.
117.
118.
146.
156.
162.
169.
170.
175.
185.
186.
197.
489.
492.
North Star ...
Higdon 	
Baker Creek
Allcocks 	
181.95
16.14
47.15
45.46
Government Creek
Ackerblade 	
Lake Creek	
Salmon 	
38.00
Strathnaver-Whites Landing
Brownscombe 	
McKenzie	
Durrell 	
Hay Hill	
French  	
Meadow 	
Quesnel Forks
30.08
67.35
143.29
Soda Creek Ferry (west)..
Rawlings 	
Strathnaver-Willow River
West Quesnel streets	
Wells streets 	
153.81
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
47r. Quesnel Arterial Highway	
Plant and tools	
Garage Account	
Plant Repair and Rental Account.
102.35
948.81
883.94
147.20
5.
16.
35.
47.
66.
122.
135.
142.
298.
300.
.(Credit, $5,017.82)
47.68
136.06
147.59
704.80
1,472.00
201.48
124.90
200.00
168.82
164.92
10,784.08
326.94
278.95
277.21
167.12
274.75
638.99
6,379.75
168.00
785.66
447.26
1,623.08
1,764.49
7,992.03
8,484.74
229.63
152.20
194.74
750.26
1,472.00
201.48
162.90
200.00
198.90
164.92
10,784.08
394.29
278.95
277.21
310.41
274.75
638.99
6,533.56
168.00
888.01
1,396.07
2,507.02
1,911.69
7,992.03
8,484.74
$28,789.87 $146,502.41 $175,292.28
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Antler Creek
Blackwater ...
Cottonwood .
Springfield  ...
Fraser 	
West Creek ...
Half Mile   ...
Nazko 	
Blackwater ...
Alexandria _
Bridges generally	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$6,354.39
263.73
178.54
564.77
4,548.98
202.08
233.66
598.35
1,196.68
491.69
2,838.42
457.94
$69,454.83
175,292.28
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance..
17,929.23
1.
2.
3.
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Alexandria .
Gravel 	
Macalister ..
Soda Creek .
$4,586.12
3,468.04
3,102.07
5,406.31
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries.
16,562.54
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Antler Creek	
Cottonwood River Bridge-Lodi Lake Road....
Lodi Lake .
Keithley-Yanks Peak
$2,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
500.00
Carried forward     $22,500.00      $279,238.88 Q 88 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails—Continued
Brought forward     $22,500.00      $279,238.88
West Fork Cunningham Creek •___ 250.00
Keithley Creek Spur  200.00
Upper Antler Creek  100.00
Perkins Gulch  100.00
Big Valley Creek  1,000.00
Barkerville-Lowhee   139.21
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  24,289.21
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)       $303,528.09
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec 6 (b):  Surveys
Reg. No.
10.   Cariboo Road (Lac la Hache-141-MiIe House)  $49.84
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $49.84
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec 6:  Bridges
341.    Chilcotin   $608.77
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bridges     608.77
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec 6 (a):  Bridges
310.   Churn Creek         $503.97
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges  503.97
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec 6 (a):  Roads
10.    Cariboo Road (Miles 57-70 and extensions, Miles 70-83, 93-100,
and Clinton-Miles 57, Maiden Creek-Clinton) (Project No. 12) $138,383.40
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads     138,383.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):   Surveys
10.    Cariboo Road (Lac la Hache-141-Mile House)  $29.14
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  29.14
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
10.    Cariboo Road (Miles 57-70 and extensions, Miles 70-83, 93-100,
Clinton-Mile 57, and Maiden Creek-Clinton) (Project No. 12) $549,433.57
10.    Cariboo Road (100-Mile-Lac la Hache) (Project No. 115)    654,719.14
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways      1,204,152.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
10.    Cariboo Road (Lac la Hache-141-Mile House)    $17,715.91
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  17,715.91
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a):  Roads
10.    Cariboo Road (Miles 57-70 and extensions, Miles 70-83, 93-100,
and Clinton-Mile 57) (Project No. 12)  $300,000.83
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a)—Roads        300,000.83
Carried forward    $1,661,444.57 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 89
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Brought forward    $1,661,444.57
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
2.   Beaver Lake-Beaver Mouth
5.    Keithley  	
10.    Cariboo 	
11. Williams Lake Cut-off ..
15. Likely 	
18. Chilcotin  	
25. Quesnel Forks 	
37. Williams Lake-57-Mile
70. Peavine 	
79r. Williams Lake Arterial Highway
302.    Bates 	
304.    Bell 	
306.    Big Creek	
313. Bradley Creek 	
314. Bridge Lake (north) 	
315. Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake	
318. Canim Lake 	
319. Deka Lake-Canim Lake	
326.    Cooper Creek 	
332.    Eagle Creek 	
334.   Empire Valley 	
336.    Exeter-McKinley 	
339.   Felker 	
341.    Hamathko 	
342. Hanceville-Canoe Creek
345. Horse Lake (north)	
346. Houseman-Buffalo Lake
351. Lac la Hache Station .....
352. Lake 	
353. Little Timothy Mountain 	
354. Lone Butte-Watch Lake	
355. Lone Butte-Horse Lake	
360. Mission  .	
366. Sheridan 	
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake	
371. Mile 100-Roe Lake 	
375. Mile 108-Horsefly	
376. Mile Ill-Mirage Lake	
377. Mile Ill-Spring Lake	
381. Mile 156-Williams Lake	
383. Mile 168-Williams Lake	
386. North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake
392. Redstone-Chezacut 	
405. Tatlayoko 	
409. Watson 	
411. Alexis Creek-Nazko 	
417. Beaver Valley  :	
419. Horsefly  	
421. Horsefly Lake 	
422. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake	
425. Upper Horsefly	
436. Priority Mine
443.    Canim Lake-Mahood Lake
448.    Big Lake _
452.    Greenlee
454. Horsefly Cut-off
455. Montano Lake
Snow-removal
General
Total
$72.00
$491.21
$563.21
1,557.89
414.83
1,972.72
3,830.23
15,850.72
19,680.95
1,126.43
8,401.44
9,527.87
3,142.81
11,128.58
14,271.39
5,450.94
23,179.43
28,630.37
528.22
528.22
1,783.41
7,252.99
9,036.40
161.80
161.80
291.47
288.50
579.97
74.96
304.28
379.24
198.79
198.79
183.50
1,038.34
1,221.84
862.34
862.34
673.04
4,154.10
4,827.14
47.55
314.28
361.83
966.85
6,974.97
7,941.82
1,063.33
3,317.22
4,380.55
430.50
3,431.56
430.50
1,317.22
4,748.78
143.00
763.18
906.18
171.33
364.69
536.02
296.94
4,124.44
4,421.38
435.60
435.60
708.34
1,081.28
1,789.62
431.20
134.66
431.20
146.25
280.91
1,499.36
1,499.36
127.71
95.85
223.56
144.00
1,161.21
1,305.21
19.27
650.75
670.02
275.03
583.29
275.03
80.51
663.80
375.67
375.67
1,366.59
24,382.50
25,749.09
743.56
7,116.66
7,860.22
45.00
2,637.55
2,682.55
81.00
114.31
195.31
72.00
1,417.29
1,489.29
467.66
1,424.15
467.66
282.42
1,706.57
66.45
371.25
437.70
416.00
2,021.92
2,437.92
234.00
1,572.45
1,806.45
201.92
409.94
201.92
409.94
425.31
632.97
1,058.28
1,257.31
5,142.78
6,400.09
813.63
2,214.67
813.63
37.70
2,252.37
195.61
405.94
601.55
76.76
95.95
172.71
304.00
679.95
983.95
305.78
1,657.94
305.78
251.00
1,908.94
184.89
2,516.60
2,701.49
440.52
163.81
604.33
Carried forward       $30,427.32 $145,324.29 $175,751.61   $1,661,444.57 Q 90
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward     $30,427.32 $145,324.29 $175,751.61
Reg. No.
457.   Knight Lake _
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant and tools —
Garage
$1,661,444.57
654.12
Plant Repair and Rental Account.
.(Credit, $11,615.42)
266.59
2,797.40
4,099.97
8,352.20
266.59
3,451.52
4,099.97
8,352.20
$31,081.44 $160,840.45 $191,921.89
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.
141.
300.
302.
308.
311.
320.
331.
332.
335.
340.
348.
358.
363.
367.
372.
374.
375.
381.
390.
405.
411.
414.
421.
429.
468.
473.
474.
480.
490.
500.
501.
503.
Likely 	
Anahim No. 1	
Big Creek No. 1	
Bradley Creek No. 1.
Churn Creek 	
Dog Creek No. 2	
Lilley 	
Larson 	
Sawmill  	
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Chilcotin Suspension
Mile 122	
lim Creek 	
Wright's  	
Hanceville 	
Lee's  	
Meldrum No. 1_
Meldrum No. 2..
Siwash No. 2	
Williams Lake Creek..
Sugar Cane 	
Meldrum No. 3 ,.
Skinner 	
Furrer	
Park   _-____.
Shertenlib 	
ludson  ..
Eagle
Branch  	
Tauton Creek
Lindfield 	
Nicol  	
Jawbone 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)-
$4,491.97
3,931.83
318.38
430.96
619.06
240.98
214.01
324.17
440.58
4,493.94
272.27
300.00
2,379.06
1,738.79
12,555.36
294.57
174.64
878.19
2,384.16
315.91
155.37
2,202.06
902.84
408.82
204.73
296.19
180.13
265.11
341.34
254.64
444.99
178.54
958.49
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
10.    Cariboo Highway (26 miles southerly from 100-Mile House).......... $350,540.35
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways	
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Porcupine Mountain Trail to Black Dome Group  $250.00
191,921.89
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
43,592.08
350,540.35
250.00
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South).
$2,247,748.89 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 91
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Trans-Canada Highway (Abbotsford By-pass) (Project No. 88)—   $94,414.39
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Roads        $94,414.39
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (d):  Bridges
Reg. No.
16.    Vedder Canal (Project No. 38)    $51,698.15
16.    Vedder Canal Bridge approaches       24,776.77
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges  76,474.92
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
6.    Marshall Creek (Project No. 8)    $14,033.05
16.    Vedder Canal (Project No. 38)       49,818.37
27. Marshall Creek No. 5-27 (Project No. 33)        6,303.72
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  70,155.14
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
4. Chilliwack River        $1,935.62 $1,935.62
5. Clayburn-Straiton        198.35 198.35
6. Columbia Valley  $546.17 3,606.49 4,152.66
10. Elgey       4,132.94 4,132.94
13. Hope-Rosedale    5,275.02 15,324.63 20,599.65
26. Popcum   36.37 737.93 774.30
28. Rosedale Ferry        2,569.21 2,569.21
31. Sumas Mountain   84.00 521.28 605.28
32. Huntingdon Townsite __■  189.00 308.68 497.68
Canyon (Columbia Valley)  232.00 40.80 272.80
Ryder Lake area roads       3,853.35 3,853.35
4r. Trans-Canada Highway   1,268.90 4,364.21 5,633.11
5r. Trans-Canada Highway   450.54 2,134.25 2,584.79
6r. Trans-Canada Highway   2,730.57 16,453.39 19,183.96
8r. Trans-Canada Highway   2,601.48 29,427.46 32,028.94
9r. Rosedale Ferry _   561.58 6,266.07 6,827.65
12r. Abbotsford-Mission  . :  1,280.40 3,460.90 4,741.30
lllR. C Street   631.00 894.80 1,525.80
130r. Trans-Canada Highway        3,714.47 3,714.47
Sundry roads (units under $150)  276.04 543.38 819.42
Sidewalks, Village of Abbotsford       385.20 385.20
Plant and tools       1,360.14 1,360.14
River-bank protection (Chilliwack)      236.25 236.25
$16,163.07 $102,469.80 $118,632.87
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         118,632.87
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
62b. Sardis     $12,790.89
106b. Cultus Lake   20.69
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways  12,811.58
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
1.    Overhead    $654.81
16.    Vedder Canal  1,564.13
28.   Sumas River  1,192.29
32.    Ritter   367.66
38.    Frost Creek  .  855.21
55.    Ferry Slough   643.25
79.   Cheam   190.14
81.    Twin No. 1  1,125.60
Carried forward       $6,593.09      $372,488.90 Q 92 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward ,.     $6,593.09      $372,488.90
Reg. No.
82. Twin No. 2  642.08
83. Dry Creek  150.50
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  417.88
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  7,803.55
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
7.   Agassiz-Rosedale   $11,000.00
7.    Agassiz Ferry Landing  4,093.43
7.    Rosedale Ferry Landing  8,011.47
9.    Herrling Island Ferry  51.33
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  23,156.23
Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing
13.    Hope-Rosedale      $28,126.25
Total, Vote 239 (fl)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing  28,126.25
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
13.    Hope-Rosedale (commencing 5.85 miles east from city boundary
for distance of 15.2 miles)  $131,262.21
8r. Trans-Canada Highway  (easterly from city boundary for 5.85
miles)       87,451.07
Total, Vote 239 (b)~Hard-surfacing of Highways        218,713.28
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
No. 3 Road (Sumas Municipality)      $5,000.00
Ryder Lake (Chilliwack Municipality)         1,000.00
River-bank protection, Ballam Road (Chilliwack Municipality)..... 160.14
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  6,160.14
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District ,       $656,448.35
COLUMBIA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
1.   Kootenay-Columbia Highway (Miles 3.8-5.8, south of Golden)
(Project No. 126)      $25,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways          $25,000.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a):  Roads
1.    Kootenay-Columbia   Highway   (Golden-Radium   Hot   Springs)
(Project No. 38)        $3,758.30
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 3,758.30
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway   ...    $12,205.87 $39,978.09 $52,183.96
2. West Side          1,903.59 5,757.81 7,661.40
4.    Toby             124.73 4,300.26 4,424.99
6. Athalmer     410.33 659.27        1,069.60
7. Campbell           1,956.55 536.29       2,492.84
8. Findlay Creek   185.00 450.82 635.82
Carried forward     $16,786.07    $51,682.54    $68,468.61        $28,758.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 93
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
9.
11.
17.
26.
28.
29.
31.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
42.
56.
58.
61.
68.
81.
87.
Brought forward -
94.
104.
255.
276.
277.
280.
4.
10.
18.
35.
40.
46.
53.
63.
64.
69.
116.
212.
235.
236.
245.
250.
Brisco  	
Wilmer Pontoon
Beards Creek .	
Toby Hill 	
Toby Cut-off  .....
Johnson 	
Windermere Loop Branch
Oberg and Johnson	
Kettleson  	
Holmes and Deakin	
Blaeberry School 	
Moberly Branch 	
Hartley 	
Golden-Donald (upper)
Moberly School 	
Sanborn   	
Grainger 	
Ottoson 	
Forde Station	
Trans-Canada Highway (Kicking Horse
Section) 	
Barber 	
Stoddart  	
Windermere Loop 	
Reeves 	
Hewitt  	
Snow-removal
$16,786.07
74.69
19.24
168.00
121.26
14.27
80.97
"" "11L74
117.33
164.33
194.10
118.68
147.05
1,585.46
141.91
146.20
"4719
102.94
3,002.80
114.45
12.64
45.47
4.19
Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend Section)  	
Canal Flats streets	
Edgewater streets	
Golden streets 	
Invermere streets 	
Windermere streets  .	
Sundry roads and streets  (units under
$150) 	
Garage Account 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
(Credit, $5,447.70)
Plant and tools 	
Supervision 	
3,040.61
74.94
257.07
1,919.67
283.50
119.59
450.34
General
$51,682.54
186.79
408.12
69.16
485.04
139.93
111.93
316.42
92.56
60.64
179.18
435.52
111.58
64.24
6,818.29
682.81
47.16
478.82
158.88
612.67
13,968.16
119.33
444.31
778.94
149.81
239.51
28,282.21
637.04
1,623.06
3,038.22
1,999.29
480.89
895.94
3,118.97
17,207.92
1,764.95
Total
$68,468.61
261.48
427.36
237.16
606.30
154.20
192.90
316.42
204.30
177.97
343.51
629.62
230.26
211.29
8,403.75
824.72
193.36
478.82
163.07
715.61
16,970.96
233.78
456.95
824.41
154.00
239.51
31,322.82
711.98
1,880.13
4,957.89
2,282.79
600.48
1,346.28
3,118.97
17,207.92
1,764.95
$29,423.70 $132,443.13 $161,866.83
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Kicking Horse —
Canyon Creek —.
South Vermillion
Dutch Creek	
Kootenay River ..
Toby Creek 	
Horsethief 	
Bugaboo 	
Spillimacheen 	
Botts 	
Klikwallie 	
Yoho 	
Waitabit 	
Marl Creek	
Bush River	
Big Foster 	
$208.80
247.05
1,198.50
1,280.57
5,076.52
762.59
2,096.79
231.32
4,768.49
222.05
907.91
495.00
265.45
415.41
384.07
204.25
$28,758.30
161,866.83
Carried forward •     $ 19,966.87      $ 190,625.13 Q 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward     $19,966.87      $190,625.13
Reg. No.
255.   Sullivan River   2,049.55
258.   Czar Creek  601.05
260.   Cummins Creek    1,172.15
271.   Upper Washout   268.97
Sundry bridges (units under $150)    857.02
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  23,713.51
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Richter's Basket Ferry   $66.35
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  66.35
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Canal Flats streets      $5,774.59
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  5,774.59
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Toby-Wilmer-Jackpine     $813.22
McMurdo Creek to Crown Point Group  1,500.00
North Fork Toby Creek to Hot Punch Group  500.00
Paradise Mine   7,844.68
Columbia Gypsum     1,023.75
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  11,681.65
Total expenditure, Columbia District .      $231,861.23
COMOX DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec 6 (b):  Surveys
196.    Island Highway (Qualicum-Bowser)         $270.26
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys .  $270.26
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec 6: Surfacing
Fifth Street, Courtenay       $3,559.34
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surfacing  3,559.34
Capital Account—■" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
679.    York Road (Project No. 99)     $15,460.89
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways  15,460.89
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
196.    Island Highway (Qualicum-Bowser)       $3,623.27
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  3,623.27
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Highways
474.    Canadian Highway (Parksville-Cathedral Grove) (Project No. 20) $239,014.56
196.    Island Highway (Sandwick Revision) (Project No. 106)       99,937.74
474.    Canadian Highway  (Cathedral Grove-Alberni, Miles  116-125)
(Project No. 107)     296,940.88
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         635,893.18
Carried forward         $658,806.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 95
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward      $658,806.94
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a): Surveys
Reg. No.
196.   Island Highway (Qualicum-Bowser)  $3,007.62
196.    Island Highway (Lantzville-Qualicum)  5,871.19
196.    Island Highway (Cook Creek-Bowser)  6,650.51
196.   Island Highway (Fanny Bay-Union Bay)  3,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  18,529.32
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (d):  Bridges
Cook Creek and Rosewall (Project No. 64) .•.     $62,140.48
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges  62,140.48
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
154.    Salmon River at Sayward (Project No. 24)     $49,575.13
Cameron River Nos. 1, 2 (Project No. 16)       13,463.08
203.    Coombs (Project No. 26)       34,605.56
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  97,643.77
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec 2 (a):   Roads
678.    Dickenson Point Road (Malcolm Island)       $2,363.57
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944: Roads  2,363.57
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec 2 (a):   Roads
678.    Dickenson Point Road (Malcolm Island)       $3,663.70
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 3,663.70
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a):  Roads
196.    Island Highway (Lantzville-Craigs Crossing and Craigs Crossing-
Parksville  Extension,  Parksville-Qualicum  Beach)   (Project
No.  19)         $2,708.23
196.    Island Highway (Qualicum-Bowser) (Project No. 91)     202,973.38
196.    Island Highway (Bowser-Cook Creek) (Project No. 91)     196,255.64
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads       401,937.25
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
1. Alert Bay (Cormorant Island)       $412.24 $412.24
2. Anderton             $759.85 529.22 1,289.07
3. Back             523.23 1,327.26 1,850.49
5.    Burns              135.36 18.78 154.14
8. Comox              398.01 356.26 754.27
9. Cumberland          1,087.33 1,295.23 2,382.56
10. Headquarters          1,542.14 3,556.68 5,098.82
11. Royston           1,356.17 754.58 2,110.75
12. Bevan          1,355.79 749.65 2,105.44
13. Comox Lake            389.94 447.62 837.56
14. Lazo                      867.47 972.76 1,840.23
18.    Condensery             357.91 241.49 599.40
20.   Cessford             105.13 75.19 180.32
25. Bridges             185.29 21.40 206.69
26. Hodgson             155.01 55.44 210.45
27. Rennison               112.94 382.44 495.38
28     Ryan                                151.38 125.89 277.27
29.    Smith              248.23 300.36 548.59
32.   Lagoon (Cortes Island)      218.23 218.23
Carried forward       $9,731.18    $11,840.72    $21,571.90   $1,245,085.03 Q 9(
Reg.
33.
34.
36.
37.
38.
43.
45.
48.
49.
51.
52.
54.
56.
58.
60.
62.
64.
65.
67.
68.
69.
71.
74.
76.
77.
82.
91.
93.
94.
96.
99.
105.
106.
107.
109.
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
119.
121.
123.
127.
129.
131.
139.
142.
145.
146.
156.
160.
161.
162.
168.
184.
185.
187.
188.
189.
190.
191.
i                                         PUBLIC WOE
COMOX D
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenan(
Trails, and
Brought forward... 	
.KS REPORT,
[STRICT—Con
:e and Minor 1
Streets—Con
Snow-removal
$9,731.18
577.75
41.68
164.30
29.63
967.84
213.00
116.07
1,204.15
3,519.07
200.30
384.60
556.43
320.98
21.37
571.33
403.40
27.22
164.66
188.96
213.47
547.49
1949-50
tinued
Betterments
tinued
General
$11,840.72
1,489.01
189.68
335.76
124.60
6,181.22
2,721.08
162.77
905.99
2,165.13
885.69
804.78
933.55
827.11
128.24
289.35
277.04
213.31
46.10
779.64
17.85
120.10
781.50
552.82
1,554.49
222.79
373.12
38.28
2,216.80
349.17
613.51
370.27
2,223.06
121.22
2,176.98
101.23
806.53
16.04
926.62
70.49
255.71
307.43
181.90
319.08
133.56
801.50
468.42
833.07
77.75
282.39
27.27
459.82
495.66
90.29
69.77
64,156.54
211.38
106.74
3,218.03
1,663.90
2,796.12
3,123.96
182.75
2,235.39
: Roads,
Total
$21,571.90   $1,245,085.03
2,066.76
231.36
500.06
154.23
7,149.06
2,934.08
278.84
2,110.14
5,684.20
1,085.99
1,189.38
1,489.98
1,148.09
149.61
860.68
680.44
240.53
210.76
968.60
231.32
667.59
781.50
989.87
1,799.47
281.89
451.24
167.86
3,176.25
552.03
1,252.31
429.48
3,313.38
356.15
3,005.86
316.38
1,061.78
172.67
1,389.30
358.08
654.51
382.08
454.52
512.49
223.57
894.30
1,108.77
908.43
171.71
313.00
186.84
549.55
508.03
149.33
188.12
73,243.70
259.20
598.05
5,461.92
1,805.37
4,856.00
3,552.52
309.06
4,305.39
^Jo.
Reef Point (Cortes Island)	
Smelt Bay (Cortes Island)	
Bartholomew (Cortes Island)	
Beasley (Cortes Island)	
Seaford  (Cortes Island)	
Gorge Harbour (Cortes Island) 	
Sproat 	
Squirrel Cove (Cortes Island)	
Campbell River    	
East (Denman Island) .       	
Lacon (Denman Island)	
Denman (Denman Island)	
North West Bay (Denman Island)	
Swan (Denman Island)      	
Endall 	
Fraser   	
Gainsberg  	
Grant   	
Knight   	
Huband 	
Hardy   ..   	
Hardy Bay   ..      ..    	
Peterson 	
Central (Hornby Island)        	
437.05
244.98
59.10
78.12
129.58
959.45
202.86
638.80
59.21
1,090.32
234.93
828.88
215.15
255.25
156.63
462.68
287.59
398.80
74.65
272.62
193.41
90.01
92.80
640.35
75.36
93.96
30.61
159.57
89.73
12.37
59.04
118.35
9,087.16
47.82
491.31
2,243.89
141.47
2,059.88
428.56
126.31
2,070.00
Goose Spit (Hornby Island)	
St. John Point    	
Kye Bay ■.	
Lake Trail 	
Power-house        	
Tittle River        	
Fenwick    	
Dove Creek   _           ._.
Howard   -  .              	
Coleman	
Larkin  	
Merville   	
Sackville           	
Tsolum  River   .	
Tyee Valley  ,	
Williams                        	
Nelson    .	
Minto 	
Marsden      -      .      	
Muir        ...         .           	
McDonald	
Piercy 	
Hudson 	
Embleton                          .. 	
Clayton _                    -
Balmoral 	
Bold Point (Quadra Island)       _   	
Buker (Quadra Island)   	
Cape Mudge (Quadra Island) „   	
Gowland Harbour (Quadra Island) -....
Heriot Bay (Quadra Island)          	
Hyacinth Bay (Quadra Island) _   .   	
Joyce  (Quadra Island)	
West (Quadra Island)            .
$45,603.49 $127,452.07 $173,055.56   $1,245,085.03 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 97
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward  $45,603.49 $127,452.07 $173,055.56   $1,245,085.03
Reg. No.
192. Pidcock      80.08 92.42 172.50
196. Island Highway   18,516.37 54,492.34 73,008.71
201. Perkins   23.00 155.04 178.04
202. Masters       442.84 644.29 1,087.13
209. Torrence   158.30 82.01 240.31
222. McFarlane    193.75 174.43 368.18
234. Granite (Quadra Island)  407.60 133.10 540.70
255. Chappelle   177.38 170.51 347.89
267. Read Island (Read Island)       644.14 644.14
272. Redford Trail (Read Island)      157.01 157.01
283. Fitzgerald       204.59 636.00 840.59
306. Penrith (east)    48.00 185.27 233.27
322. Colake      200.34 50.52 250.86
326. Beaver Creek Wharf  5.68 285.70 291.38
330. Church   64.12 250.31 314.43
331. Coombs     47.89 604.55 652.44
335. Fern     31.87 830.27 862.14
336. Garden        162.54 162.54
337. Gilbert     9.06 374.96 384.02
341. Hilliers    434.14 7,676.37 8,110.51
357. Pym     38.51 380.43 418.94
358. Qualicum    15.71 299.97 315.68
376. Temple   3.91 5,003.65 5,007.56
424. Hamm          225.48 225.48
427. Mant    29.98 351.03 381.01
433. Homewood   117.01 81.10 198.11
434. Medicine Bowls   280.38      280.38
453. Forbidden Plateau   4,861.30 58.32 4,919.62
467. Bellevue    35.46 313.99 349.45
468. Biggs   50.35 162.94 213.29
474. Canadian Highway   6,845.80 8,258.27 15,104.07
476. Chatsworth   100.52 1,241.60 1,342.12
479. Coombs Station   41.11 1,833.54 1,874.65
483. Departure Bay   224.13 867.02 1,091.15
485. Dickenson     63.72 1,766.89 1,830.61
490. Errington    76.19 680.52 756.71
491. Fisher   29.53 169.93 199.46
494. Fifth        194.27 194.27
498. Godfrey    14.31 378.33 392.64
499. Grafton Avenue   110.07 810.26 920.33
504. Jingle Pot   67.57 280.00 347.57
506. Kaye    5.31 158.59 163.90
508. Kerr          352.32 352.32
515. Morrison   4.28 150.14 154.42
516. Hammond Bay   298.84 1,539.65 1,838.49
521. North West Bay   86.32 553.29 639.61
523. Palmer     83.17 144.88 228.05
525. Pratt   27.94 383.40 411.34
528. Rutherford   76.39 204.98 281.37
534. Swayne                _        68.03 88.94 156.97
536. Superior    47.46 146.08 193.54
542. Turner     69.90 144.95 214.85
545. Victoria Avenue        454.92 454.92
551. Winchester   59.88 331.67 391.55
553. Dingwall   64.19 1,176.18 1,240.37
555. Mount Arrowsmith Trail        469.99 469.99
556. Loat    5.63 413.63 419.26
558 First                                                5.52 805.60 811.12
580. Braddock    17.21 187.85 205.06
617 Winn                                           -     22.99 140.15 163.14
632'. Brewster Lake   3,936.13 44,108.80 48,044.93
633. Hilchey    43.36 137.01 180.37
635. Macaulay    854.83 980.88 1,835.71
Carried forward     $85,431.44 $271,685.29 $357,116.73   $1,245,085.03 Q 98
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
Reg. No.
636.
638.
641.
648.
661.
665.
666.
668.
669.
671.
672.
678.
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal      General Total
Brought forward     $85,431.44 $271,685.29 $357,116.73
Lighthouse (Quadra Island).
Braidwood  	
Bay
679.
681.
702.
Erickson   _
Mission __
Third 	
Wellington
Lerwick 	
MacLean _
Second  __.
Lantzville .
Dickenson
land)   ..
York 	
Steamboat Trail (Read Island)_
Cortez Bay Road 	
Point   Road   (Malcolm   ls-
205.78
32.74
6.62
67.85
11.90
3.35
10.61
30.53
68.66
7.50
79.51
2.10
176.01
Cramer (Quadra Island)
Winter Harbour	
Morrison Creek drainage
Campbell River drainage
Courtenay  	
Qualicum  	
Parksville  	
Parksville  	
Comox   	
130.27
32r.
94r.
104r.
105r.
119r.
120r. Campbell River ..
Sundry roads, Vancouver Island
Sundry roads, Cortes Island	
Sundry roads, Denman Island	
Sundry roads, Hornby Island	
Sundry roads, Malcolm Island	
Sundry roads, Quadra Island 	
Sundry roads, Read Island	
Plant and tools 	
Supervision  	
Garage Account
461.58
347.40
4,226.07
202.53
280.30
78.42
1.84
395.65
39.47
198.59
Plant Repair and Rental Account
147.40
126.07
348.43
158.15
170.45
1,312.26
2,102.69
1,760.98
1,215.48
1,618.30
1,940.88
1,779.03
207.77
2,503.66
113.98
556.50
2,487.50
996.36
1.947.23
5.85
207.86
53.99
50.45
2,054.71
5,192.60
169.42
321.39
230.75
6653
247.58
12,015.49
3,718.90
7,598.11
2,849.95
$92,496.72 $327,961.99 $420,458.71
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets .
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
77a. Primary (Comox) _-.
79a. Primary (Qualicum) _
3b. Secondary (Cumberland Road, Courtenay) 	
34b. Secondary (Dunsmuir Street, Cumberland) 	
35b. Secondary (Fourth Street, Cumberland) 	
111b. Secondary (Comox Wharf and Balmoral, Comox)
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways .
$75.30
47.70
100.38
348.95
14.92
707.91
20. Grieve 	
29. Courtenay River 	
30. Courtenay Slough 	
100. Ford (Quadra Island)
105. Mathewson 	
106. Milligan   	
120. Power-house  	
140. Williams 	
144. Kelser 	
145. Valley 	
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
$375.56
420.98
206.74
2,193.01
580.01
411.57
749.82
969.84
1,420.83
4,471.46
$1,245,085.03
353.18
158.81
355.05
226.00
182.35
1,315.61
2,113.30
1,791.51
1,284.14
1,625.80
2,020.39
1,781.13
176.01
207.77
2,503.66
244.25
556.50
2,487.50
996.36
2,408.81
5.85
207.86
53.99
50.45
2,402.11
9,418.67
371.95
601.69
309.17
1.84
462.18
287.05
12,214.08
3,718.90
7,598.11
2,849.95
420,458.71
1,295.16
Carried forward..
$11,799.82   $1,666,838.90 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 99
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Reg. No.
148.
149.
150.
172.
173.
190.
197.
218.
242.
243.
244.
280.
301.
304.
306.
310.
411.
412.
421.
423.
436.
Lewis   	
Hammond 	
Sachts 	
Dalrymple  	
Frenchman 	
Nanoose Overhead
Tsable River	
White River 	
Buller 	
Kiaora 	
Chatsworth 	
Bambrick 	
Englishman River
French Creek	
Lowery 	
Little Qualicum ....
Virginia 	
Erickson 	
Malcolm 	
Macauly _.
Dam
Brought forward  $11,799.82   $1,666,838.90
  1,474.11
  1,389.14
  199.87
  270.06
  255.72
  5,393.96
  883.33
  309.01
    240.73
  150.71
    239.02
  423.82
  961.39
  162.55
  226.89
  1,13 6.47
  293.34
  222.06
  266.48
  742.81
  4,307.74
  2,739.99
  219.02
  136.26
  29.96
Sundry bridges, Vancouver Island
Sundry bridges, Read Island	
Sundry bridges, Quadra Island	
Sundry bridges, Cortez Island	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
34,474.26
196.
474.
341.
Denman Island Ferry (subsidy)_
Buckley Bay Ramp
Campbell River-Quathiaski Ferry	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
$1,050.00
18,348.96
1,706.67
Island Highway (Lantzville-Red Gap, Englishman River-French
Creek, Qualicum-Dashwood (includes 94r), Old Island Highway at Lantzville-Old Island Highway at Parksville)  $188,865.61
Canadian Highway  :  112,538.05
Hilliers Road (material only)  187.78
79a. Qualicum Village (move poles)    63.25
483.    Departure Bay Road    16,737.62
105r. Canadian Highway   4,680.88
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
21,105.63
$323,073.19
Total expenditure, Comox District     $2,045,491.98
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a): Highways
211.    McMillan-Holden-Corso (Project No. 97)  $2,411.11
220.   Nanaimo Lakes (Project No. 100)  38,793.92
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways	
Capital Account—•" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
23.   Duncan-Cowichan Lake (reconstruction and gravelling)  (Project
No. 51)   $ 109,545.64
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways.
Carried forward	
$41,205.03
109,545.64
$150,750.67 Q 100 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $ 150,750.67
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a)': Surveys
Reg. No.
27.   Lake Cowichan-Youbou (north shore)         $322.88
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  322.88
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (d):  Bridges
27.    Island  Highway   (Trans-Canada),   Diamond   Overhead   Crossing
(Project No. 57)    $70,575.47
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges  70,575.47
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Island Highway (Trans-Canada), Cowichan River (Project No. 41) $203,665.37
Island Highway (Trans-Canada), Chemainus River (Project No. 42) 143,600.04
Koksilah-Ladysmith, Section A, Overhead Crossing, Mile 45.25, E.
25, E. & N. Rly. (Project No. 46)     156,286.22
Koksilah-Ladysmith,   Section   A,   Whitehouse   Creek   (Project
No. 63)      23,217.30
Island Highway (Koksilah-Ladysmith, Section A), Holmes Creek
(Project No. 66)       18,921.79
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges        545,690.72
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a): Roads
132.    Island   Highway   (Trans-Canada),   Duncan-Ladysmith    (Project
No. 90)  $1,158,933.10
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads     1,158,933.10
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal      General Total
1.   Adshead   $161.31
4.    Barnes   ..  176.14
36.    Barnjum  314.76
7.   Bench   279.25
10. Bennie   388.93
11. Brenton-Page    193.05
205.   Cameron   53.71
19.   Cavin   31.86
121.    Cedar    1,174.93
172.    Chemainus    11.40
48.    Cherry Point   301.12
21.    Christie  231.27
154.   Clokes    118.28
30. Codes  ..  112.94
97.    Cowichan Bay   599.26
23.   Cowichan Lake  1,550.29
31. Davis   119.40
85. Doole   218.76
79.   Doupe    168.70
39.    Extension   739.59
15.   Fourteenth Avenue      	
42.   Fourth Avenue      	
50.    Glenora   1,013.19
58.   Haslam   162.65
57.    Heemer   62.56
53.    Hillbank   168.50
165.    Hillcrest    190.00
86. Hill  ,_  42.84
55.    Holden-Corso    343.91
189.    Hughes       	
Carried forward.      $8,928.60
$418.51
$579.82
3,895.59
4,071.73
13.12
327.88
553.33
832.58
885.21
1,274.14
908.42
1,101.47
239.87
293.58
451.42
483.28
12,165.10
13,340.03
138.85
150.25
1,199.39
1,500.51
319.72
550.99
103.91
222.19
326.18
439.12
2,134.19
2,733.45
11,109.84
12,660.13
359.16
478.56
374.48
593.24
110.59
279.29
3,014.56
3,754.15
250.88
250.88
373.59
373.59
1,593.98
2,607.17
2,091.78
2,254.43
304.08
366.64
911.78
1.080.28
190.00
184.83
227.67
1.030.18
1,374.09
226.90
226.90
$45,689.44
$54,618.04 $1,926,272.84 1
Reg. ]
61.
132.
214.
67.
70.
160.
76.
87.
90.
211.
69.
220.
24.
95.
99.
105.
106.
94.
107.
112.
113.
96.
118.
120.
27.
163.
5.
126.
131.
149.
127.
129.
169.
81.
134.
136.
209.
142.
204.
144.
145.
3lR
68r
98r
7.
10.
78.
14.
30.
41.
8.
115.
STATEMENT OF EXPENL"
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTR)
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor 1
Trails, and Streets—Con
Snow-removal
Brought forward        $8,928.60
vlo.
Indian            238.48
Island Highway         5,182.54
Jones       . .             .        	
)ITURE                                         Q 101
CT—Continued
Betterments: Roads,
'inued
General              Total
$45,689.44    $54,618.04   $1,926,272.84
1,406.62        1,645.10
33,495.07      38,677.61
342.50           342.50
331.41           486.25
334.02           334.02
459.62           459.62
271.32 369.76
424.88           424.88
1,157.74        1,297.99
1,061.40        1,177.70
30.17           558.66
655.06        1,331.33
7,330.79        8,333.10
2,906.58       3,807.99
376.33 433.62
249.20           280.84
782.98           964.02
132.46 154.30
190.69           208.05
172.34 172.34
149.78           570.89
263.92           275.76
244.97          244.97
337.19           396.80
1,166.25       2,097.11
701.31         1,457.75
464.23           464.23
615.85           615.85
144.82           290.06
410.00           491.88
73.38       ' 162.50
1,217.53        1,505.08
149.31           277.16
2,489.68        2,802.79
271.65 271.65
441.66 483.66
475.04          801.17
311.25           311.25
1,168.68        1,264.70
256.19            256.19
628.47 718.47
46,950.71      47,278.73
106.10           224.22
1,257.24        1,257.24
6,662.14        7,710.85
855.62           855.62
4,449.02        4,449.02
Koksilah-Riverside  —               154.84
Lakeside            . -        .—    	
Langtry      —.       ..     .__        -           	
Marshall              98.44
Miller                   . _          . „  -
Mountain      .            140.25
McMillan              116.30
Nanaimo Lakes                              528.49
Nanaimo River      —   „          676.27
North Shore            1,002.31
Old Koksilah            901.41
Olsen                         57.29
Phipps       .             31.64
Quennel             181.04
Raines                 21.84
Richardson               17.36
Rowe              _     _.._._    _    .        	
Sahtlam                   .          421.11
School House               11.84
Soale          —_              .    .       	
South Oyster School                        59.61
South Shore             930.86
Spruston                         756.44
Stewart Hill      	
Swan              . _
Takala            145.24
Telegraph               81.88
Thatcher                 89.12
Thomas                                 287.55
Timberland              127.85
Tzouhalem                 313.11
Wallich        "                       .—   	
Waters                             42.00
White Rapids             326.13
White          ..                 	
Wilkinson   ...                          96.02
Wilmot                 _              ..   	
Wilson               90.00
Arterial Highway .               328.02
Arterial Highway .               118.12
Arterial Highway  . _.     .   .  -   	
Sundry roads (units under $150)                    1,048.71
Garage Account        -          „                  . -      	
Plant and tools
$23,550.71
5170,062.61
5193,613.32
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Street
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges: Maip
Brenton 	
s	
         193,613.32
jtenance
$177.86
1,189.75
776.58
2,354.34
43,366.72
417.54
258.03
196.38
Bush Creek No. 2	
Canyon 	
Chemainus River  	
Duncan Wagon  	
Haslam           - 	
Nanaimo River	
Robertson    	
Carried forward-     	
$48,737.20  $2,119,886.16 Q 102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward     $48,737.20   $2,119,886.16
Reg. No.
119.    Somenos  '.  189.13
Sundry bridges (units under $150)         1,069.37
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  49,995.70
Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally: Mixing Plants
O-6-E. Cassidy        $ 1,462.69
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally: Mixing Plants  1,462.69
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
27.    Lake Cowichan   $178,545.27
58.    Holden-Corso-McMillan         16,307.48
Total, Vote 239 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways         194,852.75
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Canada Avenue, Duncan       $4,830.00
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  4,830.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District    $2,371,027.30
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surfacing
Kootenay-Columbia Highway          $230.40
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surfacing  $230.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Fort Steele-Wardner Section
and Wardner-Jaffray) (Project No. 15)      $1,315.45
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  1,315.45
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Fort Steele-Wardner Section
and Wardner-Jaffray) (Project No. 15)     $76,839.70
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway (reconstruction of Cranbrook-Kim-
berley Section) (Project No. 110)     154,005.96
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways        230,845.66
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
Cranbrook-Kingsgate       $2,769.39
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  2,769.39
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
5. Yahk Slough (Project No. 30)     $22,200.09
6. Moyie River (Project No. 30)      24,249.90
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  46,449.99
Carried forward       $281,610.89 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 103
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $281,610.89
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a):  Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Fort Steele-Wardner Section
and Wardner-Jaffray) (Project No. 15)     $46,794.90
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Reg. N<e.
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.
10.
12.
16.
17.
18.
20.
23.
24.
29.
31.
36.
39.
51.
72.
80.
81.
103.
203.
213.
226.
227.
Roads,
Total
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Kootenay-Columbia Highway 	
Mission 	
Gold Creek 	
Cranbrook-Moyie Lake 	
Smith Lake 	
Ha Ha Valley	
Kootenay orchards 	
Mission-Wasa   	
Mission-Wycliffe   	
St.  Mary Lake	
Torrent 	
Clarke  	
Perry Creek 	
Curzon 	
Snow-removal       General
$14,663.61    $56,548.00    $71,211.61
Eager Junction-Ta Ta Creek
Waldo-Newgate   	
Wardner-Waldo 	
Cranbrook-Wycliffe   	
Pighin 	
Green Bay 	
Monroe Lake 	
Skookumchuck Station 	
Harold Street, Cranbrook 	
Kootenay Street, Cranbrook ....
South Ward Street, Cranbrook
Dennis Street, Cranbrook 	
Moyie streets 	
Slaterville streets _
Wardner streets
River-bank protection, Mark Creek.
Sundry roads (units under $150)—
Garage Account  .	
Plant and tools..
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $3,881.53)
7,637.53
55.49
226.52
78.00
225.37
909.79
1,363.22
"958T53
1,949.73
228.00
64.36
549.26
252.02
249.58
1,204.81
168.10
212.71
340.56
135.19
39.65
84.00
166.39
21.86
35T49
9,818.04
3,405.23
827.97
102.56
35.12
4,764.65
1,500.51
159.21
1,415.32
2,445.89
210.71
586.16
1,161.41
7,94X16
1,775.91
1,235.81
945.76
455.66
72.81
532.68
82.58
243.78
1,101.80
204.26
273.09
448.87
970.05
757.42
3,493.64
705.33
3,092.63
8,172.45
17,455.57
3,460.72
1,054.49
180.56
260.49
5,674.44
2,863.73
159.21
2,373.85
4,395.62
438.71
650.52
1,710.67
252.02
2,191.68
2,980.72
1,403.91
1,158.47
796.22
208.00
572.33
166.58
243.78
1,101.80
204.26
273.09
448.87
1,136.44
779.28
3,493.64
1,056.82
3,092.63
8,172.45
$32,135.77 $105,605.88 $137,741.65
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Curzon 	
Rainey Creek _,_.
Moyie River 	
Moyie River	
Moyie River	
Ryan Overhead
Irishman Creek
Aldridge 	
Ward's Ranch ..
Swansea  	
Smith Creek	
Wardner 	
Wycliffe  	
Marysville 	
$5,461.02
333.62
2,618.38
352.70
2,990.98
4,174.29
1,063.19
1,124.36
997.02
574.50
998.99
236.10
1,183.18
574.68
46,794.90
137,741.65
Carried forward  $22,682.01  $466,147.44 Q 104 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
CRANBROOK DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward  $22,682.01      $466,147.44
Reg. No.
19. Black Bear   239.00
20. Cherry Creek   326.11
21. Springbrook   353.03
22. St. Joseph Creek  220.06
27.    Mission         824.25
42.    Gold Creek    273.25
99.    Perry Creek   226.82
117.    Kingsgate    306.58
123. Fort Steele   1,248.44
124. Wasa    11,102.03
126.    Meadow Creek   685.79
129.    Waldo   1,039.01
139. Perry Creek   449.49
140. Luke Creek   263.37
170.    St. Joseph Creek  __ 621.18
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  538.48
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  41,399.90
Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing
2.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway (from Cranbrook to Kimberley)-...    $30,858.93
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:   Hard-surfacing  30,858.93
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
1. Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway   (Fort   Steele   Junction   to
Wardner)   $193,335.18
2. Kootenay-Columbia Highway (from Cranbrook to Kimberley, 17
miles)       237,633.58
Total, Vote 239 (b)~Hard-surfacing of Highways        430,968.76
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
126.   Society Girl Mine      $1,000.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  1,000.00
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District       $970,375.03
DELTA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):  Ferries
Ladner-Woodward Ferry (Project No. 101)  $262,239.38
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Ferries       $262,239.38
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Roads
114r. Campbell River Road (reconstruction) (Project No. 135)     $25,864.94
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Roads  25,864.94
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a): Ferries
Ladner-Woodward Ferry (Project No. 101)       $88,087.16
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Ferries  88,087.16
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec 2 (a): Roads
139r. Scott      $2,113.94
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads..._ 2,113.94
Carried forward       $378,305.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q  105
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $378,305.42
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a): Ferries
Reg. No.
17.    Ladner Ferry Landing (Project No. 23)     $13,872.11
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Ferries 13,872.11
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
3.    Centre (Barnston Island)             $51.60 $213.64 $265.24
2r. Trans-Canada Highway         4,728.69 15,946.91 20,675.60
3r. Trans-Canada Highway         1,998.02 31,382.28 33,380.30
13r. Pacific Highway         1,077.19 7,344.25 8,421.44
15r. King George VI Highway         2,169.71 18,235.42 20,405.13
66r. Fraser Avenue               24.98 3,021.56 3,046.54
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham   ...           341.31 3,449.07 3,790.38
114r. Campbell River               35.03 1,928.15 1,963.18
125r. McLellan             598.59 13,096.72 13,695.31
128R. McLellan  .       732.66 732.66
133r. Ladner Trunk-Scott             467.01 4,208.29 4,675.30
139r. Scott          1,623.89 22,792.94 24,416.83
Sundry roads (units under $150)              75.64 219.41 295.05
Replacement  of  bridges  with  culverts,
Langley Municipality       28,218.69 28,218.69
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $21,373.13)
Plant and tools :       9,124.82 9,124.82
Cloverdale garage      ....„   2,822.81 2,822.81
Supervision        2,731.05 2,731.05
$13,191.66 $144,095.54 $157,287.20
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         157,287.20
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
40b. Boundary Bay  $569.44
50b. Woodward   1,793.10
84b. Steveston  1,176.10
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways  3,538.64
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
4 and 5. Eburne  $27,127.90
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue  46,372.91
10.    Canoe Pass   4,470.78
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,403.53
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  79,375.12
Vote 239 (a): Ferries
16.    Barnston Island    $18,655.08
16. Barnston Island Ferry Landing  1,575.35
17. Ladner-Woodward   9,665.11
17.   Ladner-Woodward (Ladner Landing)   12,717.60
17.   Ladner-Woodward (Woodward Landing)   4,867.72
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  47,480.86
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Hjorth (Surrey Municipality)        $2,000.00
Johnston (Surrey Municipality)        12,000.00
White Rock (Surrey Municipality)          7,000.00
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  21,000.00
Total expenditure, Delta District '.       $700,859.35 Q 106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
DEWDNEY DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec 6 (a):   Roads
Reg. No.
117r. Clarke Road (reconstruction), District of Coquitlam (Project No.
86)        $1,371.32
11 8r. Clarke Road (reconstruction), District of Coquitlam (Project No.
86)   .         5,105.93
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  $6,477.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a): Highways
23r. Lougheed Highway (Mission-Hatzic) (Project No. 53)   $67,309.02
23r. Stave River Bridge approaches (Project No. 102)   58,561.90
117r. Clarke Road (reconstruction), District of Coquitlam (Project No.
86)   7,049.15
118r. Clarke Road (Project No. 86)   4,136.34
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways          137,056.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec 6 (a):   Surveys
Extension, Lougheed-Maillardville to Pipe-line Road —.  $166.52
Burquitlam-Port Coquitlam via Port Moody  679.96
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys   846.48
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Roads
23r. Stave River Bridge approaches (Project No. 102)   $25,707.59
Construction of approaches to new Coquitlam River Bridge (Project No. 155)   33,780.48
Agassiz-Ruby Creek Highway (construction) (Project No. 119).— 188,096.11
Hedstrom Hill-Floods Highway (construction) (Project No. 92)—. 66,451.45
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Roads         314,035.63
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
loco-Lake Buntzen .  $2,674.15
loco-Deer Lake Road .  1,538.82
Sunnyside-Woodhaven  1,483.35
Burquitlam-Port Coquitlam via Port Moody    297.88
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  5,994.20
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
44.    Pallott No. 1, Lougheed Highway (Project No. 47)      $36,179.02
99.    Stave River, Lougheed Highway (Project No. 39)      411,625.29
Coquitlam River (Project No. 44)      156,307.23
Total, Capital Account, 1.947—Bridges          604,111.54
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
18r. Dewdney Trunk (Coquitlam-Ioco Revision), purchase and clearing
right-of-way (Project No. 79)        $5,940.37
23r. Lougheed Highway (Mission-Hatzic) (Project No. 53)         5,373.98
Trans-Canada Highway (Hedstrom Hill-Floods Revision) (Project
No. 92)      321,343.28
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads ...       332,657.63
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal      General Total
1. Athey           $363.51         $392.60 $756.11
2. Ioco-Sunnyside             632.01        4,523.28 5,155.29
5.    Dale               56.59           361.97 418.56
7h. Lougheed, Section 7          1,018.09        1,758.78 2,776.87
Carried forward       $2,070.20      $7,036.63      $9,106.83   $1,401,179.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q  107
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
7i.
7j.
7k.
8.
11.
12.
13.
15.
16.
18.
19.
20.
22.
23.
24.
25.
28.
29.
30.
33.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
45.
49.
51.
54.
56.
57.
59.
60.
61.
69.
74.
80.
82.
84.
10r.
18r.
19r.
20r.
21r.
22r.
23r.
24r.
26r.
57r.
59r.
67r.
69r.
117r.
118r.
Brought forward
Lougheed, Section 8 (Nicomen Island)..
Lougheed, Section 9	
Lougheed, Section 10 	
Deroche Landing 	
Farms .	
Gourlay 	
Hawkins-Pickles   	
Hyde and Buker 	
Hartley 	
Johnston (Nicomen Island) 	
Jones (Nicomen Island) 	
Kilpatrick (Nicomen Island) 	
Malcolm 	
McKamey  .	
McDonald's Landing (Nicomen Island)
Mclntyre  	
Morton  	
Newton 	
Nicomen Island Trunk (Nicomen Island)
North Nicomen (Nicomen Island)	
Rennie  	
River Road (south) 	
Rowan 	
Salvaster 	
Seux 	
Shook (Hatzic Island) 	
Stave Lake 	
Sterling   	
Taylor 	
Tremblay (Nicomen Island) 	
Ross 	
Harrison Hot Springs	
McNeill 	
Brooks 	
Catherwood 	
Eagle 	
Harrison Hot Springs	
Hope-Rosedale 	
Morris Valley	
Nicomen Slough (Nicomen Island)
Harrison Bay 	
Hodgson 	
Howell 	
Coquitlam
Dewdney Trunk
Dewdney Trunk .
Dewdney Trunk .
Lougheed   	
Lougheed   .
Lougheed
Abbotsford-M ission
Lougheed 	
loco-Port Moody ...
Hammond Loop	
Central Arterial	
Haney Loop 	
Clarke
Clarke
Sundry roads (units under $150).
River-bank protection, Agassiz
Snow-removal
$2,070.20
2,477.24
1,948.25
2,059.27
395.09
442.66
156.90
364.63
330.65
274.19
480.67
210.21
129.83
245.21
131.96
343.04
82.78
88.26
635.47
1,352.20
301.37
172.60
207.34
151.97
2,014.40
" 330!87
1,084.28
366.66
114.33
22.68
36.72
1,197.00
233.47
135.61
""222788
1,350.34
11,743.11
121.08
276.20
124.86
69.11
163.31
2,236.32
803.19
919.34
916.54
445.80
1,107.65
1,650.33
492.39
9,630.54
985.16
187.74
1,200.44
10.42
351.75
New Coquitlam River Bridge protection 	
Replacing access bridges with culverts— 	
Replacing Mandale Bridge with culvert—. 	
Carried forward  $55,596.51  $175,862.79 $231,459.30   $1,401,179.14
General
Total
$7,036.63
$9,106.83 $1,401,179.14
4,709.19
7,186.43
12,586.13
14,534.38
5,007.02
7,066.29
131.59
526.68
2,816.50
3,259.16
124.86
281.76
1,195.10
1,559.73
273.78
604.43
460.31
734.50
417.66
898.33
204.23
414.44
273.33
403.16
393.03
638.24
182.49
314.45
228.33
571.37
100.64
183.42
291.10
379.36
415.49
1,050.96
1,620.04
2,972.24
663.60
964.97
86.01
258.61
281.29
488.63
25.20
177.17
4,909.44
6,923.84
2,195.65
2,195.65
326.76
657.63
5,988.52
7,072.80
425.29
791.95
304.28
418.61
257.64
280.32
134.72
171.44
2,549.87
3,746.87
58.68
292.15
119.76
255.37
282.74
282.74
72.88
295.76
306.00
1,656.34
1,686.83
13,429.94
764.47
885.55
89.30
365.50
38.41
163.27
128.95
198.06
163.31
12,214.97
14,451.29
4,876.45
5,679.64
6,649.74
7,569.08
3,082.17
3,998.71
3,032.08
3,477.88
17,890.53
18,998.18
10,044.91
11,695.24
707.27
1,199.66
17,717.27
27,347.81
5,626.10
6,611.26
13,619.29
13,807.03
231.86
231.86
8,856.05
8,856.05
2,554.88
3,755.32
1,270.69
1,281.11
726.03
1,077.78
8,000.00
8,000.00
3,213.15
3,213.15
4,829.57
4,829.57
1,423.25
1,423.25 Q 108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward     $55,596.51 $175,862.79 $231,459.30   $1,401,179.14
Warehouses        561.86 561.86
Plant and tools              2,666.83        2,666.83
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $10,867.21)
Supervision               4,908.92        4,908.92
$55,596.51  $184,000.40 $239,596.91
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         239,596.91
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
Reg. No.
73b. Dewdney Trunk  $3,065.78
74b. Harris   307.26
77b. Dewdney Trunk  6,544.31
78b. Harris  374.52
92b. Dewdney Trunk    334.96
93b. Seventh Street and Grand Avenue  497.74
Sundry roads (units under $150)   111.62
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways  11,236.19
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Snow-removal General Total
13.    Montgomery         $1,002.26 $1,002.26
16.    School Creed        368.71 368.71
25.    Alouette        29,364.45 29,364.45
41.    Pitt River   $65.08 20,548.17 20,613.25
50.    Kanaka   82.22 21,351.65 21,433.87
76.    Brackley        4,550.51 4,550.51
95.    Silver Creek        397.58 397.58
106-1. Mission (C.P.R.)   50.59 23,399.30 23,449.89
111.    Lampard       156.39 156.39
127. O'Mara        246.79 246.79
128. School-house        370.76 370.76
129. Martin       222.66 222.66
131.    Harrison River       1,845.42 1,845.42
143.    Meason       '.  312.53 312.53
154. Deroche        325.84 325.84
155. Silas       1,571.30 1,571.30
163. Reserve No. 1       255.87 255.87
164. Reserve No. 2       203.82 203.82
188.    Reserve No. 4       560.92 560.92
193.    Chehalis River        233.55 233.55
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  241.43 1,958.17 2,199.60
$439.32 $109,246.65 $109,685.97
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance         109,685.97
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges: Classified
Katzic Street No. 2         $379.34
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   13.60
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Classified  392.94
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
18r. Dewdney Trunk '.  $7,331.03
23r. Lougheed (Mission-Hatzic)   3,764.29
Trans-Canada Highway (Silver Creek westerly)  3,465.51
Clarke Road  25,187.52
Total, Vote 239 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways  39,748.35
Carried forward      $1,801,839.50 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 109
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $1,801,839.50
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Classified Highways
Reg. No.
73b. Dewdney Trunk (supervision only)          $174.40
Total, Vote 239 (b)~Hard-surfacing of Classified Highways  174.40
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Alderson Avenue           $900.02
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  900.02
Total expenditure, Dewdney District    $1,802,913.92
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec 6 (b): Surveys
Victoria-Goldstream   $103.01
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $103.01
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a): Surveys
Victoria-Goldstream   $766.41
Mill Bay Revision '.  2,921.27
Niagara Creek Revision  2,472.73
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  6,160.41
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Highways
Sooke Road Revision (Miles 2-12) (Project No. Ill)     $77,427.44
Mill Bay Revision, Island Highway (Project No. 140)     101,105.23
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         178,532.67
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):  Surveys
Victoria-Goldstream   $2,436.59
Mill Bay Revision  109.94
Niagara Creek Revision  14.74
Mill Bay to south boundary, Cowichan District  4,904.46
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  7,465.73
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a): Ferries
Mill Bay and Brentwood Ferry Landings (Project No. 104)  $221,989.96
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Ferries  -.       221,989.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (d):  Bridges
Wilkinson, Island Highway (Project No. 58)    $46,242.25
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges  46,242.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (e): Culverts, etc.
Niagara Canyon Bridge Replacement (Project No. 142)  $200,520.27
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Culverts          200,520.27
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Muir Creek (Project No. 18)    $40,265.89
Sandstone Creek (Project No. 35)      66,516.97
Tugwell Creek (Project No. 19)        9,651.71
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges         116,434.57
Carried forward         $777,448.87 Q  110 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward       $777,448.87
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec 2 (a): Roads
Island Highway          $253.81
Kangaroo   103.00
Sooke   150.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads              506.81
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No. Snow-removal General Total
1.    Albert Head   $199.56 $191.89 $391.45
3.    Atkins     28.24 538.47 566.71
7.    Bamberton    12.28 247.19 259.47
287.    Bay   27.00 1,869.08 1,896.08
201.    Beaumont       322.47 322.47
368.    Becher Bay       339.96 339.96
15.    Belmont     1.44 192.83 194.27
212.    Boulding      18.00 178.88 196.88
362.    Brock     13.00 682.24 695.24
26.    Cameron-Taggart   149.94 210.01 359.95
29.    Cherry Point   79.53 539.29 618.82
272.    Church         579.88 579.88
116.    Clearihue          447.04 447.04
59.    Cobble Hill   51.39 236.06 287.45
34. Colman          201.13 201.13
88.    Cowichan Bay   5.76 186.38 192.14
35. Craigflower       173.66 173.66
405.    Eales        158.25 158.25
47.    East Sooke   325.71 3,486.83 3,812.54
328.    Ferry       311.94 311.94
50. Finlayson Arm   143.67 478.99 622.66
51. Fisher   86.54 593.00 679.54
386.    Flicker        171.78 171.78
175.    Florence Lake   57.36 882.72 940.08
Florence Lake drainage       2,063.22 2.063.22
278.    Garnett        289.56 289.56
66. Gillespie   236.11 1,458.43 1,694.54
57. Glen Lake   9.31 237.16 246.47
61.    Goldstream Cross-road   499.15 602.61 1,101.76
605.    Goodridge        181.87 181.87
58. Grant   2.88 496.64 499.52
69.    Happy Valley   617.65 1,827.15 2,444.80
531.    Hartle     62.33 1,021.59 1,083.92
226.    Heald   37.33 393.71 431.04
320.    Heddle Avenue        175.06 175.06
73.    Helmcken   55.00 255.84 310.84
410.    Highbank   37.36 1,351.28 1,388.64
253.    Hoffman        154.25 154.25
76.    Island Highway  .  10,531.44 32,382.45 42,913.89
312.    Jedborough   '.       598.55 598.55
100. Kangaroo  156.87 1,696.23 1,853.10
418.    Kilipi        199.29 199.29
67. Kilmalu   25.57 344.76 370.33
84.    Koksilah-Riverside   27.92 223.13 251.05
86.    La Fortune   79.92 170.37 250.29
90.    Latoria   58.96 460.03 518.99
93.    Leigh   11.00 6,467.16 6,478.16
98. Luxton     6.73 290.16 296.89
97.    Maple Avenue   12.85 385.85 398.70
99. Metchosin    768.68 2,483.45 3,252.13
107.    Mill       265.94 265.94
376.    Mill Bay   205.26 1,113.03 1,318.29
101. Millstream    465.43 1,790.15 2,255.58
112.    Munn   37.33 163.78 201.11
79.    Otter Point  200.76 1,556.30 1,757.06
Carried forward     $15,345.26    $60,009.62    $75,354.88      $777,955.6 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 111
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Snow-removal
Brought forward     $15,345.26
119.
173.
130.
250.
68.
132.
133.
371.
150.
141.
140.
147.
117.
148.
149.
365.
155.
198.
138.
192.
190.
162.
203.
19.
152.
258.
290.
73.
78.
115.
58.
114.
305.
113.
268.
148.
160.
35.
147.
76.
59.
Park Drive
Pendray _
Quarantine
Recreation .
Renfrew 	
Rocky Point	
Ross-Durrance 	
Rudyard 	
Saseenos Gravel-pit
Shawnigan Lake
13.10
37.33
218.56
232.52
46.00
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-road.
Sheppard 	
Sooke  	
Sooke Lake 	
Sooke River 	
Station 	
Suzanne Place i.
Telegraph
View Royal Avenue...
Watson Avenue 	
West Coast	
West Shawnigan Lake.
Whiffen Spit 	
Port Renfrew roads
Clo-oose roads 	
Sundry roads 	
Garage account 	
Plant and tools	
2,476.70
104.08
2MIM
~~4.Ti
12.40
"19467
28.14
22.64
673.76
261.90
1,002.91
"lL52
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $6,953.25)
Supervision  	
Mixing-plant Operations 	
 (Credit, $7,356.10)
Roads,
General Total
$60,009.62 $75,354.88      $777,955.68
287.26 287.26
308.82 308.82
1,216.17 1,229.27
356.79 394.12
2,423.62 2,642.18
2,841.69 3,074.21
565.32 611.32
4,716.66 4,716.66
1,800.00 1,800.00
2,571.39 5,048.09
1,552.83 1,656.91
1,089.25 1,089.25
18,226.78 20,869.46
507.30 507.30
395.55 400.27
9,672.32 9,684.72
154.15 154.15
1,666.02 1,860.69
324.45 352.59
588.66 611.30
11,181.75 11,855.51
7,409.36 7,671.26
306.71 306.71
7,827.98 7,827.98
501.38 501.38
5,818.82 6,821.73
9,493.97 9,493.97
13,326.35 13,337.87
5,478.05        5,478.05
$23,328.89 $172,619.02 $195,947.91
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Channel 	
Craigflower 	
De Manuel Creek
Gregory 	
King  	
Mark's 	
Morrow 	
Muir Creek 	
Sandstone Creek ..
Skookum Gulch ...
Station 	
Tugwell Creek	
Turner  i	
Watson 	
Woodruff
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Sundry bridges (units under $15jl)_
$2,859.13
355.33
160.54
153.22
1,795.95
213.88
1,459.26
991.60
729.34
1,272.15
1,367.00
160.64
250.15
603.70
400.93
1,011.62
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Craigflower Road
Sooke Road 	
Island Highway ....
Cobble Hill Road..
$3,314.20
12,000.00
2,260.75
5,919.53
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways..
Carried forward	
195,947.91
13,784.44
23,494.48
$1,011,182.51 Q 112 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $1,011,182.51
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Admirals Road   _      $3,396.07
Craigflower Road ....       10,816.25
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  14,212.32
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District    $1,025,394.83
FERNIE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec 6:   Bituminous
Surfacing
Reg. No.
1.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Fernie Bridge-Hosmer)         $437.88
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Bituminous Surfacing  $437.88
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec 6 (a):   Roads
Fort Steele-Wardner Section and Wardner-Jaffray, Jaffray-Elko
(Project No. 15)  ,     $14,137.98
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads  14,137.98
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
Fort Steele-Wardner Section and Wardner-Jaffray, Jaffray-Elko
(Project No. 15)   $428,385.42
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Fernie-Hosmer Section (reconstruction)  (Project No. 134)       45,918.30
Construction of approaches to Hosmer Bridge (Project No. 154)..-      15,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways        489,303.72
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (d):  Bridges
Michel Mouth (Project No. 54)     $79,949.58
Old Town (Project No. 55)       89,655.54
Loop (Project No. 56)       32,619.17
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges         202,224.29
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Hosmer (Project No. 32)  $136,206.63
Wardner Slough (Project No. 50)       24,450.44
Big Sand Creek (Project No. 51)       32,685.88
Little Sand Creek (Project No. 52)       28,947.15
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges         222,290.10
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec 2 (a): Roads
Fort Steele-Wardner Section and Wardner-Jaffray, Jaffray-Elko
(Project No. 15)  $ 187,244.21
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads        187,244.21
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal       General Total
1. Southern Trans-Provincial      $22,933.94    $76,645.57    $99,579.51
Bituminous Surfacing      6,963.12 6,963.12
Flood damage      4,991.10 4,991.10
2. Wardner-Gateway  628.37 3,884.45 4,512.82
3. Elko-Roosville   972.40 3,723.94 4,696.34
Carried forward     $24,534.71    $96,208.18 $120,742.89   $1,115,638.18 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 113
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Reg. No.
4.
8.
10.
12.
13.
17.
33.
40.
41.
46.
51.
78.
93.
94.
106.
128.
151.
Snow-removal
Brought forward     $24,534.71
General Total
$96,208.18 $120,742.89
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
13.
15.
17.
33.
63.
64.
76.
78.
85.
119.
153.
180.
209.
196.
Elk Valley 	
Jaffray-Sand Creek
Elko-Waldo 	
Fernie-Lizard Creek
Fernie-Coal Creek _
Mansfield 	
Fenwick 	
Sheep Creek	
Wolfe Creek 	
Bull River Power Plant	
McBanes Lake 	
Eimer 	
Bull  River-Fort  Steele   (Kootenay-Columbia)  	
Fort Steele-Wasa (Kootenay-Columbia)
Corbin 	
Fernie—Elko 	
Premier Lake-Park Road	
Sundry roads (units under $150.)	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
1,527.66
717.53
1,979.00
1,216.23
806.30
528J0O
1711936
296.12
288.41
1,650.88
688.02
440.00
1,260.02
33.09
24.00
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $9,238.97)
Michel Creek 	
4,417.19
1,598.72
1,058.28
572.00
1,282.16
1,523.02
166.78
707188
1,679.05
1,550.27
708.99
2,143.17
1,881.67
268.55
437.59
1,711.77
868.14
3,358.83
5,057.06
400.68
$37,109.33 $118,361.01 $155,470.34
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Fernie (west)        $1,159.14
Morrissey
Elko 	
Elkmouth 	
Michel Mouth	
Old Town	
Loop 	
Bull River Falls ....
Newgate Slough ....
Bull River Wagon
French Camp 	
Coal Creek 	
Wasa Trestle
Lower Sand Creek ..
Flathead 	
Bull River Side Hill
Hosmer School 	
Corbin   	
Bradford ..
Dixon's
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
270.93
810.36
5,661.15
1,261.48
523.82
494.93
494.55
2,453.88
529.97
466.29
537.31
6,575.45
1,926.75
2,597.29
483.71
451.09
178.32
896.00
3,571.75
953.61
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 239 (b)-—Hard-surfacing of Highways
1.   Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Fernie Bridge-Hosmer)  $109,360.16
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways	
$1,115,638.18
5,944.85
2,316.25
3,037.28
572.00
2,498.39
2,329.32
166.78
528.00
707.88
2,798.41
1,846.39
997.40
3,794.05
2,569.69
708.55
1,697.61
1,744.86
892.14
3,358.83
5,057.06
400.68
155,470.34
32,297.78
109,360.16
Total expenditure, Fernie District      $1,412,766.46 Q 114
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec 6 (a): Roads
Peace  River Highway   (Prince  George-Summit  Lake)   (Project
No. 5)   $388.88
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec 6 (a):   Roads
Salmon Valley river-bank protection (Project No. 5)       $1,696.18
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads	
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec 6 (a):   Highways
$19,935.34
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway  (Sinclair Mills-Longworth)
(Project No. 64)
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Aleza Lake-Hansard Ferry),
gravelling (Project No. 80)       27,960.20
Garvin Canyon Bridge replacement (Project No. 118)      62,853.33
Cariboo   Road   (Prince   George   gravel-crushing   and   surfacing)
(Project No. 125)          34,395.11
Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway   (McBride,   East)    (Project
No. 129)  -       49,843.77
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
2.
3.
9.
12.
15.
17.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
28.
30.
32.
33.
35.
39.
43.
49.
50.
51.
52.
54.
58.
60.
65.
70.
74.
75.
84.
86.
90.
91.
99.
101.
102.
Snow-removal
Aleza Lake (south)  .'     	
Northern Trans-Provincial      $21,340.61
Okanagan-North Thompson
Dewey 	
Wright Creek	
Dunster-Raush Valley 	
Penny 	
Isle Pierre (north) 	
Fort  George-Blackwater 	
Chief Lake 	
Cariboo 	
Summit Lake 	
Fort George-Isle Pierre 	
Foreman   	
Goose Country 	
Giscome (north) 	
Giscome (south) 	
Henderson   	
Hoffercamp   	
Reid Lake  	
McBride-Cariboo   	
McBride (east) 	
Nichol-Isle Pierre 	
Mud River Valley (south)
Ness Lake  .	
Buckhorn .
Harper
Peden Hill-Fraser River
Willow River 	
West Lake-Fraser River .
Croydon-Dunster   	
Blackburn   	
Murch Lake 	
McCabe  	
Beverley Creek-Bednesti
Nechako 	
Dale   	
1,917.16
~59351
1,119.77
70.00
193.79
744.00
2,043.23
4,161.15
768.71
316.09
159.77
44.62
202.14
237.66
155.02
375.06
2,268.44
1,526.67
2,735.03
273.12
1,112.56
942.90
510.88
37.01
496.70
""793761"
199.20
81.00
97.88
172.66
217.58
124.00
General
$490.65
68,076.66
5,196.68
297.33
1,271.81
433.98
328.44
2,816.45
834.48
8,972.86
12,929.53
534.13
402.86
210.21
751.84
2,676.00
2,462.00
'" 355.5'8
4,351.37
175.02
3,790.95
54.64
1,447.53
2,532.94
5,349.86
151.62
371.04
1,768.69
646.44
1,298.40
47.88
1,322.21
108.00
251.72
15.96
404.83
Total
$490.65
89,417.27
7,113.84
297.33
1,865.02
1,553.75
398.44
3,010.24
1,578.48
11,016.09
17,090.68
1,302.84
718.95
369.98
796.46
2,878.14
2,699.66
155.02
730.64
6,619.81
1,701.69
6,525.98
327.76
2,560.09
3,475.84
5,860.74
188.63
371.04
2,265.39
646.44
2,092.01
247.08
1,403.21
205.88
424.38
233.54
528.83
$388.88
1,696.18
194,987.75
Carried forward..
$46,031.23 $133,130.59 $179,161.82      $197,072.81 Reg. I
104.
116.
120.
122.
124.
126.
130.
131.
135.
140.
141.
143.
144.
147.
161.
165.
168.
171.
179.
181.
190.
216.
217.
218.
1.
7.
9.
57.
62.
75.
85.
93.
107.
139.
141.
147.
157.
172.
175.
177.
179.
180.
181.
185.
STATEMENT
FORT GEORGI
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenanc
Trails, and
Brought forward	
vjo.
Shelley (south) 	
OF EXPENI
I DISTRICT-
e and Minor ]
Streets—Con
Snow-removal
$46,031.23
483.28
1,115.85
175.50
162.50
131.73
224.00
202.41
450.91
214.28
95.46
318.07
86.97
279.89
•    517.47
264.51
72.16
104.18
HTURE
-Continued
Betterments
tinued
General
$133,130.59
687.83
94.75
100.57
154.38
107.02
476.99
362.68
858.73
1,800.33
70.36
57.92
233.17
238.38
205.68
121.13
2,558.73
273.81
106.34
149.50
180.21
966.73
447.66
682.04
14,722.21
606.31
12,133.14
1,921.36
9,602.71
19,879.65
: Roads,
Total
$179,161.82
1,171.11
1,210.60
276.07
316.88
238.75
700.99
565.09
858.73
2,251.24
284.64
153.38
233.17
556.45
292.65
401.02
3,076.20
538.32
178.50
253.68
180.21
1,044.75
777.66
1,364.57
21,447.53
606.31
12,133.14
3,562.64
9,602.71
20,187.84
Q 115
$197,072.81
260,609.35
26,751.09
Hammond   	
Croydon (east) 	
Croydon (north)  .	
Miworth   	
Camp Creek 	
Queen Street
McGaghran       .. 	
Shelley  (east)   .       	
lohnson   	
Pooley   	
Holmes                - -      	
Lund   	
Cummings   	
Central Avenue ... 	
Tabor Creek 	
McLarty   	
Exer   	
Shell Lake 	
Aitcheson          . 	
Sentich 	
Perry   	
Cranbrook   	
Hart Highway 	
Miller Addition streets
78.02
330.00
682.53
6,725.32
Willow River bank protection 	
Sundry roads      ...     ... 	
1,641.28
308.19
Garage Account      ... .
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account   	
    ..(Credit, $3,017.30
Total, Vote 239 (a)-—Roads, Ti
Vote 239 (a)—
Cache Slough   	
$60,695.74 $199,913.61
$260,609.35
ails, and Stree
-Bridges:   Mai
ts	
ntenance
$8,189.54
433.10
307.98
528.14
847.07
2,800.00
1,064.62
549.69
3,166.00
1,462.34
232.56
223.95
271.00
291.50
229.41
900.06
660.98
960.46
520.14
344.11
2,768.44
Six Mile  .	
Fraser River  	
Deacon 	
Fraser River (Tete Jaune) 	
Lund 	
Cunningham     	
Fraser River (McBride) 	
Willow River   	
Perry 	
Hudson Bay 	
Salmon River	
Backwater 	
Dutton   	
Ghita Creek	
Upper Fraser River No. 1 	
Upper Fraser River No. 2	
Yellowhead Creek	
Lucerne Creek	
Small Creek	
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:
Carried forward	
Maintenance
$484,433.25 Q 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward         $484,433.25
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Reg. No.
4.    Hansard   .  $ 1,371.94
9.   Isle de Pierre  3,933.96
12.   Croydon   1,777.98
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries     7,083.88
Total expenditure, Fort George District        $491,517.13
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b): Surveys
Victory Highway (Cascade-Paterson)   $4,688.22
Boundary Falls-Greenwood  99.69
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $4,787.91
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surfacing
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway          $993.55
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surfacing   993.55
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Grand Forks, west and east)
(Project No. 42)      $35,645.04
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Ingram Bridge-Midway
Section, Miles 223.5-226.8, and extensions 5.87 miles to connect up to Kerr Creek) (Project No. 87)     123,589.57
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways         159,234.61
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Boundary Falls-Greenwood   $5,571.20
Greenwood-Grand Forks     222.96
Victory Highway (Cascade-Paterson)  ■. 11,193.31
Nine Mile-Bridesville-Johnston Creek   209.58
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  17,197.05
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Carson Corner-U.S. Customs, Danville, Wash. (Project No. 130)..    $15,423.93
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Ingram Bridge-Midway and
extension to connect up Kerr Creek) (Project No. 87)     337,010.37
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Rock Creek west 5.38 miles
and extension of contract to provide for construction from
Bridesville to Johnson Creek) (Project No. 116)    432,917.15
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Anarchist Mountain Section)
(Project No. 117)      821,337.12
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Grand Forks, east, relocation and reconstruction 5.05 miles at Grand Forks) (Project
No. 127)     263,125.33
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways       1,869,813.90
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Boundary Falls-Greenwood   $456.81
Greenwood-Grand Forks   13,308.97
Nine Mile-Bridesville-Johnston Creek ...  17,501.03
Victory Highway (Cascade-Paterson)   8,112.81
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  39,379.62
Carried forward    $2,091,406.64 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 117
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $2,091,406.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Preliminary surveys and plans for construction of steel bridges
over Rock Creek Canyon (Project No. 45)      $4,174.94
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   4,174.94
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No. Snow-removal General Total
82. Almond Gardens   $70.22 $88.14 $158.36
3. Baker     160.95 67.72 228.67
00.    Beacon Road   394.84 80.30 475.14
4. Beaver Creek   231.81 490.81 722.62
5. Beaverdell Station   229.74 1,313.99 1,543.73
6. Boltz     20.00 237.98 257.98
7. Boundary Creek   369.59 5,870.26 6,239.85
8. Bridesville-Molson     5.16 147.69 152.85
9. Camp McKinney-Rock Creek   145.94 104.04 249.98
11. Carmi-McCulIoch    :  159.00 1,067.98 1,226.98
12. Caron    115.63 106.61 222.24
13. Cascade-Laurier     256.06   256.06
B17.   Cascade-Osoyoos —  20,080.04 43,277.94 63,357.98
14. Cascade-Paulson     245.52 7,497.08 7,742.60
16. Christina Lake (east)   347.45 3,316.94 3,664.39
17. Christina Lake (west)   225.15 1,576.39 1,801.54
98.    Cranberry Creek   273.68 95.16 368.84
18. Deadwood     105.34 274.89 380.23
26. Grand Forks-Carson (north)   87.22 657.57 744.79
27. Grand Forks-Carson (south)   168.60 1,758.00 1,926.60
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   1,407.38 11,374.51 12,781.89
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain   224.76 84.67 309.43
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek   801.05 453.59 1,254.64
33. Greenwood-Phoenix     468.39 1,031.34   ' 1,499.73
36. Ingram Mountain roads   21.98 256.34 278.32
37. Italy Creek   269.28 470.97 740.25
41. Kerr Creek  112.18 458.80 570.98
42. Kettle River (east)   302.69 473.17 775.86
43. Kettle River (main)   1,495.38 3,177.67 4,673.05
44. Kettle River (west)   3,023.90 16,115.49 19,139.39
46. Long Lake-Jewel Mine  246.98 229.36 476.34
47. Lynn   232.09 128.78 360.87
50.    Meyers Creek   359.63 704.08 1,063.71
96.    Midway Townsite    159.04 118.18 277.22
52. Mill Creek-Grand Forks   96.08 406.12 502.20
53. Moody Creek-Cascade   365.02 75.50 440.52
48. McCarren Creek   300.15 1,486.09 1,786.24
56.    Nicholson Creek   607.89 557.15 1,165.04
83. Norwegian Creek  -  127.08 405.91 532.99
61.   Pass Creek-Rock Candy      168.50 168.50
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster   576.96 876.79 1,453.75
65. Rock Mountain-Bridesville   409.26 390.64 799.90
64. Rock Mountain-Myncaster   508.22 570.87 1,079.09
66. Rock Mountain roads   487.28 907.78 1,395.06
68. Sidley-Camp McKinney   151.71 205.35 357.06
69. Sidley Mountain roads   417.16 259.76 676.92
70. Sutherland Creek ....:  419.38 1,002.18 1,421.56
72. Valley roads (south)   481.51 8,406.54 8,888.05
73. Valley roads (west)   46.03 442.14 488.17
75.    Wallace Mountain roads   2,380.32 439.04 2,819.36
Sundry roads (units under $150)  431.07 3,632.83 4,063.90
Garage Account   .80 6,306.54 6,307.34
Garage Account (Greenwood)       484.39 484.39
Plant and tools    16,748.08 16,748.08
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $7,236.68)
Supervision         4,426.87 4,426.87
$40,622.59 $144,068.83 $184,691.42
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         184,691.42
Carried forward    $2,280,273.00 Q 118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $2,280,273.00
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Reg. No.
16.    Bubar    $277.89
18.    Carmi   1,767.25
46.    Cascade (upper)     323.81
80. Cooper  ..  399.33
81. First Street   7,859.10
69.    Fourth of July  429.65
117.    Frome Cable     221.89
72.    Goodeve  •  352.33
90.    Lynch   197.55
140.    Midway   185.40
155.    Nicholson Creek   203.47
87.    Pass Creek     161.88
176.    Riverside Seed Farms    7,000.00
33.    Rock Creek     396.43
30.    Rock Creek (south)    388.97
124.   Westbridge   1,019.33
38.    Williamson (lower)     .  227.06
43.    Yale   2,351.55
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  2,119.16
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance   25,882.05
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (6.2 miles east from Rock
Creek and 10.3 miles west from Grand Forks; 0.5 mile on 72
Valley Road)    $208,836.31
Total, Vote 239 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways         208,836.31
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Dry Creek Trail to Scandie Group   $300.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  300.00
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District    $2,515,291.36
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Little Fort-Bridge Lake (Project No. 29)         $457.82
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways  $457.82
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Trans-Canada Highway  (Cherry Creek Revision)   (Project No.
113)   $356,697.49
Little Fort-Bridge Lake (Project No. 29)  __      29,492.72
North Thompson Highway (Kamloops-Heffley Creek Section) ....      99,224.11
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways          485,414.32
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Kamloops-Salmon Arm (right-of-way)    $1,945.60
Kamloops-Savona           4,905.11
Savona-Spences Bridge (Deadman Creek Section)         2,853.28
North Thompson Highway (Kamloops-Heffley Creek Section)         1,135.10
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  10,839.09
Carried forward       $496,711.23 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 119
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $496,711.23
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Miles 12.94-19.68 and Vi-mile extension
to Vernon Road and extension Miles 22.92-34.96) (Project
No. 45)      $36,238.38
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 36,238.38
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No. Snow-removal General Total
1. Trans-Canada   $11,217.98 $25,358.95    $36,576.93
2. Agate Bay   2,409.06 2,676.27 5,085.33
4. Ashcroft streets   29.60 672.60 702.20
8. Barnes Lake  59.49 152.74 212.23
10. Barriere River   560.63 790.52 1,351.15
11. Barriere Townsite   79.44 99.39 178.83
13. Bestwick   310.35 725.44 1,035.79
15. Birch Island-Lost Creek  253.99 3,111.57 3,365.56
17. Blue River streets  1,510.06 343.03 1,853.09
18. Bonaparte         1,144.59 1,144.59
19. Boulder Mountain  :  171.07 348.96 520.03
21. Brigade Lake   2,234.24 1,491.33 3,725.57
23. Butte Ranch   90.96 141.78 232.74
24. Campbell Creek   238.83 165.13 403.96
25. Campbell Range   221.12 734.58 955.70
27. Canim-Mahood Lake        400.96 400.96
29. Caywood-Clearwater      _:  246.06 246.06
31. Clearwater Station   81.16 500.77 581.93
32. Clearwater Valley   327.39 3,153.64 3,481.03
33. Cold Creek   355.52 415.99 771.51
35. Copper Creek  119.64 259.79 379.43
39. Dairy Creek        335.23 335.23
42. Deadman-Vidette    279.35 2,562.62 2,841.97
44. Dixon Creek   110.44 97.69 208.13
45. Dunn Lake ;  407.69 920.96 1,328.65
46. Edith Lake   966.82 319.48 1,286.30
48. Fadear Creek  64.00 342.98 406.98
50. Goose Lake   886.40 511.69 1,398.09
52. Harper Ranch-Pinantan   115.99 1,446.56 1,562.55
54. Heffley-Louis Creek   1,709.31 3,605.59 5,314.90
57. Highland Valley   533.80 1,778.61 2,312.41
59. Hudson Bay Meadows   458.85 1,217.29 1,676.14
63. Jackson    471.09 205.32 676.41
65. Brocklehurst  1,070.22 3,681.66 4,751.88
66. Kamloops Junction       188.08 188.08
67. Kamloops-Merritt    7,348.01 5,857.48 13,205.49
68. Kamloops-Shuswap   266.38 2,112.78 2,379.16
69. Kamloops-Tranquille    1,379.09 3,447.28 4,826.37
70. Kamloops-Vernon   1,460.81 2,989.43 4,450.24
71. Kamloops-Tete Jaune   10,281.45 51,060.27 61,341.72
72. Knouff Lake   205.53 435.27 640.80
74. Lac la Jeune  1,044.27 1,632.39 2,676.66
76. Lemieux Creek  97.50 504.62 602.12
79. Louis Creek (upper)    _:  216.82 216.82
80. Mamette Lake   345.07 1,433.83 1,778.90
94. North Kamloops   547.97 1,974.47 2,522.44
96. Palmer-Forsythe   115.35 500.04 615.39
97. Paul Lake   623.09 1,722.10 2,345.19
99. Pinantan-Pritchard   755.26 2,455.58 3,210.84
101. Powers Addition   402.63 236.82 639.45
107. Robbin Range   396.74 1,211.29 1,608.03
109. Rose Hill   2,230.25 919.02 3,149.27
116. Sullivan Valley   184.87 95.03 279.90
117. Tranquille-Criss Creek :  489.55 3,294.37 3,783.92
119. Vavenby Ferry Road    607.88 607.88
Carried forward     $55,518.31 $132,733.83 $188,252.14      $532,949.61 Q 120 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal      General
Brought forward                     .    $55,518.31   $132,733.83$
Roads,
Total
188,252.14
466.32
708.73
8,084.31
194.44
1,778.27
392.02
768.32
14,394.33
652.31
3,306.23
$532,949.61
Reg. No.
121.    Vinsnlla-Knoufr Take _                                      206.75             259.57
122.
123.
141
Walhachin             103.05          605.68
Westsyde          1,500.66        6,583.65
Little Fort-Bridge Lake    ....       ...                                           194.44
158.
160.
Valleyview            558.40        1,219.87
Barnhart Vale             170.35           221.67
Sundry roads (units under $150).—.   . .           275.25           493.07
Plant and tools           14,394.33
Garage Account                  652.31
Supervision                3,306.23
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $ 10,120.79)
$58,332.77 $160,664.65 $218,997.42
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
218,997.42
P
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Barriere-North Thompson   —	
$4,150.60
1,987.22
3,323.93
3,538.35
2,748.98
12,852.68
459.31
371.44
51,390.27
249.04
232.20
194.28
150.10
152.26
1,741.59
310.00
1,201.60
13,831.54
32,761.24
283.03
207.91
372.03
608.39
175.58
4,985.52
390.58
6,203.99
491.16
1,809.72
13
Barriere River    	
14
Barriere River Forks	
16.
20.
25.
Barriere River (north)	
Berwick Creek   	
Blue River           .    ...
27.
28.
55.
Boulder Creek No. 1	
Boulder Creek No. 2	
Clearwater River	
72.
Cultus Lake      .       	
97.
Fage Creek 	
98.
105.
Fight Creek No. 1	
Grouse Creek...      ...                 ...       	
112.
Hemp Creek   	
114.
115.
Hornet Creek ...                                 	
118
Jamieson Creek .    	
121.
122.
Kamloops (east) 	
Kamloops (west)                 	
129.
130.
133
Lemieux Creek No. 1	
Lemieux Creek No. 2	
Lemonade..               _.               	
141
Lost Creek         	
154.
-704
Monte Creek No. 2	
Vavenby ..                         	
205.
Walhachin                       	
?18
Whitewater	
v>0
Nelson                              	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance	
147,174.54
33
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Black Pool    	
$3,165.09
2,764.12
2,534.49
4,311.53
35
Ducks ....  	
36
McLure ..           -.  -                 	
37
Little Fort             	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries 	
12,775.23
Total expenditure, Kamloops District	
$911,896.80 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 121
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Ferries
Reg. No.
1.    Arrow Park (east and west), construction of steel barge for Arrow
Park Ferry (Project No. 145)      $26,385.91
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Ferries         $26,385.91
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal      General Total
5.
Alexandra Avenue   -
$132.16
$170.06
$302.22
14
Arrow Park-Belleview Road     	
1,857.39
1,781.09
3,638.48
14.
Arrow  Park-Belleview   Bridge  No.   18
(culvert and fill)     _          .
412.76
412.76
Arrow Park-Belleview Bridge No.  25
(culvert and fill)                	
621.07
621.07
Arrow  Park-Belleview   Bridge  No.   26
(culvert and fill)           ...
1,476.77
1,476.77
Arrow  Park-Belleview   Bridge  No.   28
(culvert and fill)                  ~
4,463.74
4,463.74
Arrow  Park-Belleview   Bridge  No.   29
(culvert and fill)                	
3,852.82
3,852.82
Arrow  Park-Belleview  Bridge  No.   30
(culvert and fill)
4,158.68
4,158.68
15
Arrow Park-West Demars —     	
1,883.50
1,091.98
2,975.48
409
Argenta 	
Beninger   	
251.56
251.56
27.
64.40
318.36
382.76
33.
Brouse 	
293.76
16.98
310.74
42.
Caribou Creek     .    	
66.59
394.26
299.54
260.65
366.13
48.
Crescent Bay             	
654.91
77.
Eastman     ....
123.68
182.00
336.81
555.94
460.49
82.
Enterprise Mill  	
737.94
91.
Fauquier (south) 	
128.00
145.34
273.34
95.
Ferret  	
326.10
526.87
852.97
99.
Four Mile .:    	
835.89
183.53
1,019.42
114.
Galena Bay (south) 	
837.20
441.77
1,278.97
112.
Galena Bay (logging-road) _
177.49
177.49
120.
Glenbank  	
301.02
141.74
442.76
132.
Hamilton   	
40.50
144.40
184.90
134.
Harrison   	
75.62
653.94
729.56
140.
Houston   	
45.24
504.52
549.76
141.
Howser-Argenta       _
860.89
1,104.14
1,965.03
142.
Howser Lake (east)  	
330.60
330.60
143.
Howser Station 	
33.92
179.16
213.08
151.
Inonoaklin Valley —. 	
1,050.66
1,957.85
3,008.51
City of Kaslo streets      ..     	
597.20
597.20
165.
Kaslo-New Denver -            	
10,284.14
8,867.33
19,151.47
165.
Kaslo—New Denver (gravelling) . —
5,980.31
5,980.31
165.
Kaslo-New Denver (renewing log cribs)
Kaslo Creek (South Fork)  .
811.63
811.63
167.
2,777.82
2,777.82
168
Kaslo (north)                  	
1,484.84
3,016.90
4,501.74
179
Little Slocan     	
340.18
1,215.11
1,555.29
181.
Lemon Creek        —.      . —   	
88.00
6,486.55
64.00
5,132.12
152.00
183.
Lardeau-Gerrard  	
11,618.67
183.
203.10
203.10
185
Meadow Creek 	
120.00
484.23
604.23
186.
McCormack   	
273.86
555.09
828.95
200.
Nakusp (east) 	
131.48
78.32
209.80
201.
Nakusp streets 	
3,758.06
1,597.30
5,355.36
•>o?
Needles (north) 	
238.80
302.18
540.98
204.
Nelson-Kaslo    '	
5,552.98
8,649.81
14,202.79
•>04
Nelson-Kaslo (renewing cribbing)	
Passmore (upper) 	
929.34
929.34
??1
123.65
178.56
302.21
->?<s
Perry's Back Road                      - 	
187.35
187.35
231.
Red Mountain 	
238.00
152.00
390.00
737
Robinson   	
290.10
347.97
638.07
241.
Sandon-Three Forks	
187.64
3,025.33
3,212.97
242.
6.00
987.47
993.47
Carried forward	
$39,324.41
$69,831.79 $109,156.20
$26,385.91 Q 122                                          PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward     $39,324.41 $69,831.79 $109,156.20        $26,385.91
Reg. No.
244.    Shakespeare Avenue            221.12 69.11 290.23
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway        30,094.68 62,289.95 92,384.63
246.    Slocan-Arrow  Lakes  Highway,   Rocky
Canyon Bridge (culvert and fill).....      13,867.45 13,867.45
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Burton-
Fauquier (gravelling)        2,735.32 2,735.32
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (lookout)     565.03 565.03
246.    Slocan-Arrow   Lakes   Highway    (flood
damage)          210.79 210.79
255. St. Thomas              20.50 133.41 153.91
256. Slocal City (west)          1,103.87 764.62 1,868.49
258.    Slocan River          1,614.57 1,701.39 3,315.96
273.    Upper Brouse  '.              73.84 223.59 297.43
282.    Whatchan Settlement        _ 185.18 185.18
284.    Wilson Creek        209.20 209.20
287.    Wilson Lake         156.26 156.26
88r. New Denver (arterial)        11,831.29 11,831.29
113r. Kaslo (arterial)   1            170.37 486.69 657.06
Sundry roads (units under $150)             771.05 4,313.92 5,084.97
Plant Repair and Rental Account        3,095.49 3,095.49
Plant and tools       .-- 4,495.38 4,495.38
Garage Account        7,133.29 7,133.29
.    Undistributed stores        2,681.49 2,681.49
$73,394.41 $186,980.64 $260,375.05
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, Streets          260,375.05
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
18. Arrow Park " B "  $1,396.16
150. Ben Hur :  196.40
307. Borden    441.28
137. Bear Creek    „- 977.28
152. Caribou   331.99
56. Canning    213.31
363. Demars (north)   177.65
293. Eight Mile   773.97
138. Goat Creek  183.98
205. Kaslo  998.66
308a. Lower Whatchan   2,768.59
236. L.H. Bridge   248.45
183. Marblehead     669.91
39. Nasby   184.82
298. New Denver   1,898.41
212. Perry's     1,386.20
264. Sandon  :  388.24
297. Silverton       2,632.34
300. Summit   246.00
355. Traves    307.09
305. Walker     ..._ 3,243.15
208. Woodbury     1,128.67
146. Zwicky  516.71
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,359.37
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  22,668.63
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
1. Arrow Park (east and west)   $10,014.50
2. Needles-Fauquier    15,340.99
Needles-Fauquier (repairs to ferry approaches)   9,207.88
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  34,563.37
Carried forward .       $343,992.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 123
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued
Broueht forward  __     ...                   ■        .
$343,992.96
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Tr
Reo. No.
554.   Healy Creek Trail to Wagner Group	
Necasha Groun         _   _              __
AILS
$5,024.00
500.00
1,500.00
496.45
2,433.67
549.57
1,993.59
300.00
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
300.00
288.00
3,000.00
200.00
695.82
150.00
81.00
466.05
1,070.96
100.00
•
137
Hewitt Road to Hewitt and Van Roi „  ■.    	
4?
Bridge over Caribou Creek	
749
Standard Mine Road to Mammoth Mine	
730
Rambler Mine       „           ....
167
Kaslo Creek (South Fork)               .	
???
Payne Mine   	
77?
Utica Mine ._                            .
155
Jackson Basin Road to Echo .               ,     	
?
Ainsworth (south) Road to Silver Hoard _     ■       	
513
Flint Group  -                            -.              .
748
Springer Creek                .    ...    .    	
18?
Lightning Peak Road to Dictator     	
673
Princess Creek Road to Cossetto Group  	
210.
753.
68?
Carpenter Creek (North Fork)   	
Wheeler Trail to Laurier Claim	
Robb Creek .                            	
751.
?75
Sandon-Wonderful Mine 	
Sandon-Violamac  _ ,
5?9
Glacier Creek Road to Surprise Group                	
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District 	
21,149.11
$365,142.07
LILLOOET DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Surveys
10.    Cariboo Highway (Maiden Creek-Clinton)  $201.86
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  $201.86
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
West Vancouver-Squamish      $53,733.28
10.    Cariboo Highway (Cache Creek-Maiden Creek)       11,277.88
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys   65,011.16
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
396.    Britannia Creek (Project No. 53)     $70,590.28
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   70,590.28
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
194.    Squamish-Britannia Beach (Project No. 76)     $72,898.31
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 72,898.31
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal
1.    Trans-Canada Highway  $3,988.98
10.    Cariboo Highway   6,399.23
12a. Lytton-Lillooet    5,215.62
12b. Lillooet-Clinton   1,805.69
18.    Ashcroft-Cache Creek   56.32
26.    Back Valley     	
29.    Big Bar  185.80
Carried forward     $17,651.64    $42,783.32    $60,434.96      $208,701.61
General
Total
$12,050.01
$16,038.99
9,858.54
16,257.77
15,065.75
20,281.37
5,162.73
6,968.42
124.08
180.40
174.85
174.85
347.36
533.16 Q 124 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
LILLOOET DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
% Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward          	
Snow-removal
$17,651.64
101.76
General
$42,783.32
3,344.30
238.84
2,271.97
1,266.84
1,310.94
24,399.71
311.24
560.42
105.84
101.87
3,617.12
767.00
1,319.19
601.67
6,639.89
145.40
297.12
4,564.75
Total
$60,434.96      $208,701.61
Reg. No.
32.    Bie Bar Lake    .'
3,446.06
33
Big Bar Mountain
238.84
36.
37
Bonaparte Valley 	
Botanie Creek
439.83
735.78
2,711.80
2,002.62
38
Boule 	
Bridge River 	
Cadwallader Creek           _     	
1,310.94
40.
47
27,440.20
51,839.91
311.24
51.
5?
Cleveland   	
Clinton Station   	
437.06
85.02
64.00
137.89
997.48
190.86
53.
68
Clinton streets 	
Daisy Lake   -
165.87
3,755.01
70
Dougherty 	
57-Mile-Williams Lake
767.00
7Q
423.92
441.00
588.49
418.66
1,743.11
81.
Fountain Valley
1,042.67
89.
90.
9?
Green Lake 	
Gun Lake 	
Gun Creek             	
7,228.38
564.06
297.12
101
Hat Creek 	
479.85
328.00
278.42
809.74
2,540.31
5,044.60
103
High Bar ..   	
328.00
105
Hurley River         	
209.63
1,571.61
8,215.51
668.62
236.33
831.14
291.08
684.00
324.00
3,553.09
93.07
17,986.23
801.28
4,345.40
2,487.12
278.42
106.
Hillstake 	
209.63
119
Jones—Dickey                      	
2,381.35
176
Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek _     	
10,755.82
130.
Lillooet Airport    	
668.62
132.
Lillooet Rancherie     .
34.54
44.53
172.38
270.87
133.
136.
Lillooet-Seton Lake 	
Lillooet (north) 	
875.67
463.46
139.
Liden 	
Monsos 	
Marble Canyon 	
Mound  	
North Bonaparte                  	
684.00
142.
324.00
145.
147.
162.
1,008.84
80.00
881.36
1,630.57
2,896.64
1,175.31
256.00
4,561.93
173.07
18,867.59
163.
North Fork   . —.                    	
2,431.85
171.
172.
174.
Pemberton Meadows  i	
Pemberton Portage  '	
Pioneer Dam                	
7,242.04
3,662.43
256.00
176.
Pudney 	
Scottie Creek                            - -         	
200.00
97.56
71.68
2,139.59
644.82
476.49
9,894.99
158.83
190.44
2,249.53
911.52
844.50
2,008.34
435.54
5,280.41
83.16
3,042.12
5,651.97
8,046.63
1,212.34
4,370.14
200.00
186.
86.56
163.34
954.16
145.06
1,424.84
149.46
184.12
188.
235.02
194.
Squamish—Britannia     ..   	
3,093.75
195.
195 J
Squamish streets 	
Squamish—Cleveland Avenue
644.82
621.55
196.
202.
210
Squamish Valley 	
Tyaughton Lake 	
Watch Lake—Green Lake
11,319.83
308.29
190.44
224.
Watch Lake-Little Green Lake  	
96.82
73.26
2,346.35
229.
Yalakom         •   	
984.78
230.
Young's Lake 	
Diamond Head                                    	
844.50
437.
2,008.34
492.
Lone Cabin Creek                     '           	
435.54
523.
Pavilion Ferry	
Lillooet  Main  Street  and  Main  Street
South 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)       	
5,280.41
116r
116.49
587.30
199.65
3,629.42
Plant and tools                       	
5,651.97
Garage Account 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
8,046.63
1,212.34
4,370.14
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Tra
Carried forward  '
$65,379.03
5184,956.14 $250,335.17
ils, and Street
s	
        250,335.17
      $459,036.78 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q  125
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
3.
6.
28.
29.
30.
34.
38.
39.
52.
53.
86.
113.
154.
217.
235.
308.
316.
320.
340.
396.
409.
413.
417.
461.
468.
492.
503.
526.
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Eighty-nine Mile Bluff	
Ninety-one Mile Bluff No. 1.
Lytton	
Six Mile	
Halfway	
Pear Lake	
Pavilion 	
Pavilion No. 2	
Cache Creek No. 5	
Cache Creek No. 6	
Cornell 	
Olympic	
Gorge 	
Cat 	
Dunlop 	
Battle Creek .,
McLeod  	
Ronayne 	
Red 	
Britannia Beach
Cheakamus _
Meighan
Washout (Mamquam)
Bridge River Forks	
Garibaldi Suspension _
Nyes   	
Cypress	
Stein Creek No. 2..
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$457.54
164.50
269.35
243.62
200.20
203.59
413.70
1,292.69
155.08
258.98
239.19
269.70
237.91
904.72
364.40
166.52
613.11
790.38
783.51
1,452.75
1,153.92
503.81
489.73
286.31
1,424.58
235.89
348.95
423.97
1,709.24
$459,036.78
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
45. Pavilion    $3,488.36
46. Big Bar  1,772.30
48. High Bar   2,017.01
49. Lytton  3,067.96
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
1.'   Cariboo Highway (from Clinton northerly for 21 miles)  $283,128.76
1.   Trans-Canada Highway (Ashcroft Manor-Cache Creek)        8,708.69
Mixing Plant O-7-E (Ashcroft)  (maintenance, patching material)        2,422.44
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways	
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
44. Blue Creek	
47. Cadwallader Creek .
59. Canyon 	
94. Grey Rock-Truax .
106. Hillstake 	
146. Marshall Creek	
415. Bridge River Forks
548. Texas Creek 	
$1,441.95
2,999.64
200.00
12,979.15
1,000.00
200.00
399.21
298.18
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
16,057.84
10,345.63
294,259.89
19,518.13
Total expenditure, Lillooet District      $799,218.27 Q 126 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
MACKENZIE DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
Reg. No.
9.   Bella  Coola  Road  Extension  to  connect  with  new Dominion
Government Wharf (Project No. 95)         $4,704.99
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways  $4,704.99
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
70r.    Reconstruction of 0.8 mile of arterial highway through Village of
Gibsons Landing (Project No. 132) —
Pender Harbour Highway      $15,000.00
Pender Harbour        8,500.00
$23,500.00
Reconstruction and gravelling Gibsons Landing-Red Roofs (Project No. 133)—
Sechelt Village (paving)       $8,500.00
Gibsons-Sechelt Highway       10,000.00
Gibsons to junction of Red Roofs Road       33,000.00
Grief Point fill; Village of Westview—Marine Drive between First
and Fourth Streets; Powell River—Fourth St. (Project
No. 151)—
Grief Point fill     $13,405.90
Village of Westview       12,113.10
Powell River—Fourth Street        4,914.47
51,500.00
30,433.47
Martin Valley Road (construction) (Project No. 149).... .....      14,227.17
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         119,660.64
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Bella Coola River bridge-site          $452.97
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys     452.97
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
111.   Lund (Project No. 54)         $848.87
137.    Thunder Bay (Project No. 54)  451.31
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 1,300.18
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
16.    Adams (Bowen Island)       $168.70 $168.70
50.    Atnarko-Anahim         597.38 597.38
22.    Avalon Bay (Gambier Island)  $76.62 495.75 572.37
430.    Bargain Harbour        259.33 259.33
202.    Beach    .  223.62 149.72 373.34
9.    Bella Coola   3,675.98 13,381.52 17,057.50
175.    Blubber Bay (Texada Island)  553.52 2,492.20 3,045.72
Blubber   Bay-No.   4   Quarry   (Texada
Island)         5,000.00 5,000.00
232.   Blythe       1,152.00 1,152.00
1.    Bowen Island Trunk (Bowen Island) ..... 265.58   -    1,679.33 1,944.91
453.    Brooks          471.41 471.41
174.    Central (Texada Island).....,  176.50 1,382.39 1,558.89
279.    Chester       330.72 330.72
112.    Conn     ~_:  280.04 280.04
3. Cowans (Bowen Island)  172.00 725.48 897.48
134.    Cranberry Lake   272.16 3,833.64 4,105.80
183.    Crescent Bay (Texada Island)  176.50 581.96 758.46
4. Dorman (Bowen Island)  94.28 1,341.04 1,435.32
461.    Egmont         475.15 475.15
205.    Finn Bay        222.07 222.07
234.    First          279.93 279.93
Carried forward       $5,686.76    $35,299.76    $40,986.52      $126,118.78 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 127
Reg. No.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward       $5,686.76    $35,299.76    $40,986.52
155.
22.
281.
177.
130.
272.
6.
283.
284.
330.
33.
36.
101.
199.
7.
129.
210.
291.
111.
333.
Fourth 	
Gambier Harbour (Gambier Island)
Gibsons-Sechelt 	
Gillies Bay (Texada Island).
Gline 	
Gower Point	
Grafton (Bowen Island) 	
Hanbury 	
Henry 	
Hospital
Hood Point (Bowen Island).
Keats (Keats Island)	
Lake (Lasqueti Island)	
Lang Bay 	
Langlois (Bowen Island)	
Lennie (Lasqueti Island)	
Loubert 	
Lower 	
Lund 	
Madeira Park	
8.    Magee 	
102.    Main (Lasqueti Island)	
110.    Malaspina 	
148.    Manson  	
325.    Maple 	
95r. Marine 	
96r. Marine   	
97r. Marine _
293.    Mason
9.
257.
331.
295.
257.
Miller (Bowen Island)	
Millicheap (Lasqueti Island).
Minto 	
North 	
Nor'west Bay 	
Ocean Beach Esplanade	
257.    Ocean View 	
312.    Oyster Bay 	
133.    Padgett	
70r. Pender Harbour	
273.    Port Mellon 	
Pratt  	
Precipice 	
Prowse 	
Red Roofs	
Reed	
School 	
Scotch Fir Point 	
Secret Cove 	
300.
28.
236.
310.
301.
234.
168.
248.
314.
438.
24.
154.
56.
137.
22.
104.
21.
115.
315.
316.
Sechelt-Pender Harbour —
Skookumchuck 	
Strachan (Texada Island)...
Stuart (Stuart Island)	
Sugar Camp 	
Thunder Bay 	
Veterans (Gambier Island).
Weldon
West Bay (Gambier Island)	
Westview 	
White 	
Winn 	
Garage Account (Credit, $2,826.45)
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $10,321.59)
116.80
404.49
698.52
"276J4
192.70
63.08
"148786
305.46
"192/70
202.00
225.79
1,574.47
40.33
""383742
~"3"337l6
"~5a66
678.29
366.28
633.77
209.24
1,136.94
""33792
26.40
27221719
"63.40
92.34
75.00
Carried forward     $16,431.59 $115,571.
2,269.56
2,269.56
2,077.71
2,194.51
3,955.69
4,360.18
1,777.39
2,475.91
568.42
568.42
1,052.16
1,328.50
1,916.75
2,109.45
2,698.96
2,698.96
284.98
284.98
735.99
799.07
161.33
161.33
479.53
628.33
907.10
1.212.56
158.55
158.55
674.95
867.65
320.02
522.02
577.22
577.22
1,971.04
2,196.83
6,978.92
8,553.39
152.86
193.19
355.78
355.78
2,623.55
3,006.97
200.00
200.00
1,458.67
1,791.83
279.28
279.28
1,048.64
1,098.64
1,578.09
2,256.38
3,339.70
3,339.70
160.17
160.17
906.30
906.30
397:64
763.92
161.84
161.84
371.55
371.55
283.28
283.28
518.82
518.82
810.78
810.78
582.41
582.41
768.90
1,402.67
476.99
686.23
3,188.97
3,188.97
153.07
153.07
693.66
693.66
226.90
226.90
1,633.65
1,633.65
2,507.30
2,507.30
961.45
961.45
866.39
866.39
209.02
209.02
12,550.36
13,687.30
231.38
231.38
147.49
181.41
603.15
629.55
593.38
593.38
17,851.12
20,072.31
170.42
170.42
332.28
395.68
504.49
596.83
993.20
1,068.20
1,666.75
1,666.75
1,294.21
1,294.21
$115,571.88
$132,003.47
$126,118.78
$126,118.78 Q 128
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward..
Snow-removal      General Total
$16,431.59 $115,571.88 $132,003.47
Plant and Tools	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Supervision  	
832.34
1,526.87
3,738.84
3,872.23
1,526.87
4,571.18
3,872.23
$17,263.93 $124,709.82 $141,973.75
Reg.
10.
211.
22.
8.
162.
12.
82.
18.
19.
23.
296.
24.
25.
26.
27.
. 36.
188.
32.
57.
190.
35.
310.
52.
57.
157.
208.
317.
156.
175.
No.
Atnarko .
Basswick
Burnt —
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Canoe Crossing
Donkerley 	
Dry Gulch	
Firvale 	
Hansen No. 1 ....
Hansen No. 2 ....
Lease	
Mission No. 2 ...
McColl 	
Nygaard No. 1 _
Nygaard No. 2 ..
Nygaard No. 4 ..
Schulstad No. 1
Schulstad No. 2
Sinclair 	
Skimlich 	
Sutton 	
Svisdahl .....
Taylor
Thorsen No. 2 .
Thorsen No. 3 .
Thunder Bay ...
Willis 	
Wiren 	
Wolfson Creek
Sulinsky
Martin Valley bridges	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
$437.84
200.93
4,033.76
3,759.25
202.25
1,694.27
605.71
1,483.96
631.18
1,954.26
3,955.31
1,009.90
1,505.12
1,898.46
1,661.40
938.17
854.43
1,102.25
2,385.42
1,009.05
1,037.85
170.24
1,509.60
3,829.04
202.25
1,849.06
2,500.00
1,293.86
374.90
5,000.00
782.03
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Hagensborg-Salloomt        $1,741.30
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 240—Local Roads within Municipal Limits
272.    Gower Point
$388.85
Total, Vote 240—Local Roads within Municipal Limits .	
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
SakinawLake        $1,580.78
$126,118.78
141,973.75
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails..
49,871.75
1,741.30
388.85
1,580.78
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District        $321,675.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 129
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Surveys
Nanaimo-Wellington        $2,745.76
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Garages, Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds
Garage at Nanaimo..
$100.36
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds .	
Vote 239 (a)-
Reg.
71.
38.
111.
107.
106.
74.
515.
220.
108.
90.
502.
503.
547.
504.
52.
505.
527.
545.
46.
507.
224.
113.
115.
311.
153.
30.
438.
506.
522.
217.
119.
64.
534.
535.
116.
121.
122.
57.
72.
56.
545.
62.
550.
170.
156.
178.
82.
462.
476.
No.
Arbutus .
Argyle ...
Aysgarth
Baker 	
Beaver Point (Saltspring Island)	
Beddis (Saltspring Island)	
Bedwell Harbour (Pender Island)...
Belford 	
Berry Point (Gabriola Island)	
Bodwell-Curtis  (Saltspring Island).
Boulder (South Pender Island)	
Bradley 	
Brechin 	
Brechin Hill 	
Bruce 	
Burrill (Galiano Island)	
Bush Street 	
Cadogen 	
Caledonia 	
Cassidy 	
Chase River 	
Coast
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal
  $18.66
108.02
228.21
244.38
125.69
""79746
39.52
70.68
"""6736
""T36.T8"
Roads,
Cranberry (Saltspring Island)	
Cusheon Lake (Saltspring Island).
Departure Bay	
Douglas 	
Dufferin 	
East Wellington 	
Eberts 	
Eighth Street
Ellis  (Galiano Island).—
Enke 	
Fernhill (Mayne Island ).
Fifth Street 	
Fourth Street
Fulford-Ganges (Saltspring Island).
Ganges (lower) (Saltspring Island).
Ganges (upper)  (Saltspring Island).
Georgeson Bay (Galiano Island)	
Georgina Point (Mayne Island)	
Gulf (Galiano Island).-
Harewood Avenue
Horton Bay (Mayne Island)	
Howard Avenue 	
Isabella Point (Saltspring Island).
Island Highway __
Jackson Avenue
James Point (Pender Island).
Jingle Pot	
Kilpatrick 	
47.69
560.83
71.30
666.02
31.00
487766"
26.80
"""49736
"l56il4
1,253.84
189.92
161.50
135.92
37.54
143.12
127.47
145.52
231.19
89.06
1,877.52
14.76
489.66
129.17
$2,745.76
100.36
Carried forward-
General
Total
$483.56
$502.22
559.40
559.40
346.00
346.00
42.58
150.60
1,801.06
2,029.27
958.52
1,202.90
745.56
871.25
527.96
527.96
214.33
293.79
416.40
455.92
309.37
380.05
817.03
817.03
1,582.77
1,589.13
791.60
791.60
3,653.79
3,789.97
291.61
291.61
160.00
160.00
604.14
604.14
952.12
952.12
346.75
346.75
571.06
571.06
245.84
293.53
856.81
1,417.64
529.78
601.08
10,293.52
10,959.54
1,215.11
1,246.11
837.30
837.30
1,160.96
1,648.02
303.80
330.60
267.91
267.91
177.64
226.94
178.71
178.71
493.69
649.83
1.475.50
1,475.50
374.22
374.22
9,666.08
10,919.92
1,429.07
1,618.99
819.51
981.01
753.11
889.03
.
802.80
840.34
411.16
554.28
986.36
1,113.83
592.38
737.90
5,474.25
5,705.44
848.95
938.01
20,593.54
22,471.06
207.83
207.83
255.78
270.54
7,438.49
7,928.15
87.06
216.23
$84,952.77
$93,132.26
$2,846.12 •
Q l.
Reg.
540.
513.
176.
58.
132.
473.
482.
569.
37.
162.
180.
177.
94.
529.
234.
135.
432.
413.
511.
83.
95.
588.
236.
96.
589.
85.
508.
138.
87.
140.
597.
411.
143.
210.
605.
23.
607.
238.
89.
70.
524.
528.
649.
146.
80.
32.
150.
240.
102.
514.
632.
149.
512.
151.
165.
635.
536.
152.
567.
69.
166.
440.
SO                                          PUBLIC WORK
NANAIMO-ISLANI
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance
Trails, and S
Brought forward	
S REPORT,
>S DISTRICT
and Minor I
treets—Com
Snow-removal
$8,179.49
1949-50
'—Continued
Jetterments
inued
General
$84,952.77
212.83
364.65
1,519.85
6,599.24
' 208.13
881.29
968.24
458.78
522.29
244.76
549.57
304.35
763.96
219.35
1,068.30
1,661.47
4,229.16
454.24
977.18
312.03
407.75
507.52
136.99
225.24
1,595.04
606.33
249.23
458.72
475.73
200.11
1,558.03
117.89
1,448.43
160.93
263.61
155.19
612.48
2,556.59
394.34
384.37
221.53
245.83
159.67
176.51
1,031.16
159.21
266.47
382.13
1,228.79
367.21
4,887.18
189.88
234.00
1,734.22
348.62
1,731.48
485.92
1,117.46
347.04
241.12
191.46
Roads,
Total
$93,132.26         $2,846.12
212.83
364.65
1,542.97
6,947.26
307.01
942.47
968.24
458.78
522.29
356.50
549.57
315.15
821.64
219.35
1,439.50
1,860.09
4,338.04
454.24
977.18
334.69
425.19
507.52
276.01
240.20
1,595.04
683.74
249.23
616.98
486.09
320.41
1,558.03
186.82
1,646.75
169.93
263.61
155.19
612.48
2,947.75
394.34
432.97
277.32
279.33
159.67
219.25
1,100.41
159.21
266.47
538.03
1,330.39
367.21
5,005.15
333.88
234.00
2,024.96
383.36
1,731.48
508.84
1,229.22
417.76
260.95
191.46
178.12
6,587.14
No.
Lambert 	
Logan 	
Lyall Harbour (Saturna Island)
23.12
348.02
98.88
61.18
Main (Galiano Island)	
Mansell (Saltspring Island)	
Maxey 	
Meredith 	
Millstone   .
Mount David 	
Montague (Galiano Island)	
111.74
Musgrave (Saltspring Island)	
MacPhillips Avenue (Saltspring Island)
Narvaez Bay (Saturna Island)
10.80
57.68
Nelson 	
North (Gabriola Island)	
371.20
198.62
108.88
North End (Saltspring Island)	
Northfield  	
Nova Street 	
Oakley Street	
Otter Bay (Pender Island)	
22.66
17.44
Page Point (Saturna Island)	
Park Avenue 	
Parminter  (Saltspring Island)...
139.02
14.96
Payne (Saturna Island)	
Pine 	
Port Washington (Pender Island)	
Pride  	
77.41
Rainbow  (Saltspring Island)	
Razor Point (Pender Island)	
Robinson  (Saltspring Island)	
158.26
10.36
120.30
Rosshill 	
Rosstown  	
68.93
198.32
9.00
Scott (Saltspring Island)	
School 	
Seventh            ...      _   .
Sharp   _.
Short 	
South  (Gabriola Island)	
South Otter Bay (Pender Island)	
Southey Point (Saltspring Island)	
391.16
48.60
55.79
33.50
St. Andrews 	
St. David :	
St. George 	
Starks (Saltspring Island)	
42.74
69.25
Stewart (Saltspring Island)....   	
Sunset Boulevard 	
Tahoney (Saltspring Island)	
Taylor Bay (Gabriola Island)	
Thetis (Thetis Island)	
155.90
101.60
117.97
144.00
Third Street	
Townsite 	
Tripp (Saltspring Island)	
Tyne Avenue	
Vesuvius  (Saltspring Island)...     .
290.74
34.74
Village Bay	
Waddington 	
Wakesiah Avenue   .. ...   .
22.92
111.76
70.72
19.83
Walker Hook (Saltspring Island)	
Wall   	
Wallace (Pender Island)	
Waugh   	
Westwood 	
178.12
795.34
Sundry roads (units under $150)
5,791.80
Carried forward
$13,090.95 $137,128.66 $150,219.61      .   $2,846.12 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 131
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward.     $13,090.95 $137,128.66 $150,219.61 $2,846.12
Plant and tools              4,223.85        4,223.85
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $4,396.99)
$13,090.95 $141,352.51 $154,443.46
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         154,443.46
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Reg. No.
10.    Fulford   $298.11
49.   Jingle Pot  308.29
133.   Westwood   690.49
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  143.53
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  1,440.42
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Gabriola Island Ferry       $9,257.27
Fulford-Swartz Bay         7,000.00
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  16,257.27
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District       $174,987.27
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b):  Surveys
235.   Nelson-Nelway          $176.11
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $176.11
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Creston-Goatfell (Goat
River-Cranbrook District Boundary Section, and 2-mile section at easterly boundary of Nelson-Creston District) (Project
No. 44)       $93,622.12
235.    Nelson-Ymir (South Fork Sheep Creek Diversion)   (Project No.
89)          12,615.96
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways          106,238.08
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Surveys
1. Creston-Wynndel     $1,938.44
1. Castlegar-Nelson (Nelson-South Slocan Section)   1,618.48
235. Nelson-Nelway   3,707.07
299. Salmo-Fruitvale-Trail   466.39
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys   7,730.38
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
1.    Castlegar-Nelson (Project No. 120)   $217,989.92
1.    Erickson-Goat River (Project No. 138)      127,498.69
1.    Creston-Wynndel (Project No. 141)      347,635.80
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways  .        693,124.41
Carried forward      $807,268.98 Q 132 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $807,268.98
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Reg. No.
23 5.    Nelson-Nelway       $ 13,446.44
299.    Salmo-Fruitvale-Trail          13,867.68
1.    Kuskanook-Wynndel        10,482.09
1.    Wynndel-Creston    .-.  913.04
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys   38,709.25
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Ferries
Construction of steel barge for Creston Ferry (West Creston Ferry)
(Project No. 144)     $39,812.15
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Ferries :  39,812.15
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d):  Bridges
48. Walker (Project No. 59)   $110,377.23
49. Russell Creek (Project No. 60)       25,997.78
50. Meadow Creek (Project No. 61)        39,168.19
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges          175,543.20
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
South Fork of Salmo River (Project No. 14)          $519.93
51.    Kid Creek and Little Kid Creek (Project No. 31)       24,246.66
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   24,766.59
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
349.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes ...,     $16,339.94
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.. 16,339.94
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
235.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Nelson-Nelway (Hall Creek
Diversion and Ymir Extension) (Project No. 7)  $77.19
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Kootenay Bay-Gray Creek
(Project No.  13)           1,377.74
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Gray Creek-Kuskanook (Project No. 43)   98.65
1.    Creston-Goatfell (Project No. 44)         3,739.04
235.   Nelson-Nelway (Project No. 81)        7,142.54
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads 12,435.16
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
2.    Alice           $136.29 $924.55 $1,060.84
6. Arrow Creek (east)             168.34 530.98 699.32
7. Arrow Creek (west)            314.33 584.02 898.35
18.    Balfour Beach            158.14     158.14
28.    Bevan                51.73 343.44 395.17
30.    Blewett          1,914.99 2,003.77 3,918.76
32.    Bonnington              210.84 557.90 768.74
34.    Boswell (Upper)               95.72 112.04 207.76
48. Campbell                83.45 89.72 173.17
49. Canyon City              78.40 86.11 164.51
50. Canyon-Porthill  ..        1,058.69 5,837.71 6 896.40
52.    Carney Mill             152.50 35.73 188.23
1.    Castlegar-Nelson          7,248.97 13,336.40 20,585.37
59.    Columbia River          1,440.22 509.52 1,949.74
Carried forward...      $13,112.61    $24,951.89    $38,064.50   $1,114,875.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 133
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward  $13,112.61 $24,951.89    $38,064.50   $1,114,875.27
Reg. No.
62. Corn Creek  84.14 434.79 518.93
63. Cory         213.27 213.27
65. Crawford Creek   496.79 707.04 1,203.83
67. Creston-Erickson   564.73 4,167.75 4,732.48
1. Creston-Goatfell   2,581.31 16,727.49 19,308.80
68. Creston-Goat River  107.47 510.53 618.00
70. Creston-Lister  ■  201.38 868.06 1,069.44
71. Creston-Porthill  898.36 15,457.32 16,355.68
72. Creston^Summit     1,620.39 8,454.41 10,074.80
74. Creston-Wynndel     666.42 2,423.16 3,089.58
81. Davis    59.68 309.20 368.88
89. Duck Creek  122.42 83.21 205.63
96. Elsie Holmes  118.13 244.28 362.41
97. Emerald       176.49 176.49
106. Fairview streets   389.18 320.87 710.05
1. Gray Creek-Creston   8,207.77 16,688.75 24,896.52
124. Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay  619.27 8,550.71 9,169.98
139. Harrop-Procter   1,404.30 1,602.17 3,006.47
141. Haskins (east)   151.25 663.75 815.00
142. Haskins (west)   134.97 413.41 548.38
143. Heddle   49.21 299.56 348.77
145. Hepher   65.00 259.89 324.89
147. Hill   56.11 268.88 324.99
161. Indian   136.23 167.05 303.28
178. Knox   112.52 505.28 617.80
179. Kokanee       5,121.21 5,121.21
187. Lakeview   227.17 178.12 405.29
190. Lapointe   34.33 719.45 753.78
194. Lindsay    321.00 681.42 1,002.42
196. Lister Settlement   536.10 3,695.67 4,231.77
197. Little  31.14 455.84 486.98
198. Lizard       274.83 274.83
199. Longbeach    281.22 69.36 350.58
202. Lloyd       215.79 215.79
228. McMurtrie   150.87 987.60 1,138.47
1. Nelson-Balfour   4,910.32 23,381.86 28,292.18
233. Nelson Ferry (west)   80.95 465.89 546.84
234. Nelson-Kaslo    4,379.78 13,834.27 18,214.05
235. Nelson-Nelway    9,060.15 19,990.17 29,050.32
236. Nick's Island  178.67 444.27 622.94
237. Noakes    9.20 154.83 164.03
248. Payne    45.61 306.84 352.45
251. Pass Creek   1,212.09 2,205.69 3,417.78
253. Peters    109.35 68.12 177.47
255. Pilot Bay   138.52 1,541.32 1,679.84
256. Pit   202.63 820.17 1,022.80
257. Poorman    197.20      197.20
269. Queen's Bay Settlement  161.27 127.57 288.84
275. Radio Beam   348.54 197.04 545.58
276. Reclamation     44.62 2,584.98 2,629.60
279. Riondel    777.15 2,140.38 2,917.53
283. Riverview   110.52 410.33 520.85
289. Rosemont   751.47 395.57 1,147.04
Salmo River      378.27 378.27
299. Salmo-Trail   1,687.03 2,690.11 4,377.14
295. Salvador      ....  445.15 445.15
301. Samuelson   109.80 823.86 933.66
326. Scott's        469.16 469.16
306. Sheep Creek  1,163.53 1,282.44 2,445.97
308. Short    14.12 318.05 332.17
310. Silver King  332.60 168.21 500.81
311. Simmons    57.14 209.11 266.25
Carried forward    $59,623.73 $193,722.16 $253,345.89   $1,114,875.27 Q 13
Reg. 1
312.
316.
319.
320.
323.
334.
349.
335.
355.
361.
364.
367.
368.
378.
45r
31.
37.
38.
39.
47.
48.
50.
51.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
83.
84.
85.
86.
89.
90.
110.
147.
148.
153.
154.
155.
156.
163.
180.
182.
190.
206.
215.
216.
234.
236.
260.
4                                          PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal      General              Total
Brought forward.   .        $59,623.73 $193,722.16 $253,345.89   $1,114,875.27
vIO.
Six Mile                      ....                           71.45          458.72          530.17
South Nelson streets          1,163.94          915.38        2,079.32
Speers                            27.45          353.60          381.05
Sproule Creek                            437.89          311.01          748.90
Stocks Jackson                        106.18          396.56          502.74
Tooze                                                    .             80.62           354.95           435.57
Slocan-Arrow Lakes            1,809.67        4,643.25        6,452.92
Trail-Pend d'Oreille               142.37           567.95           710.32
Wadds       -               190.28          317.39          507.67
Wigen            241.61            40.33          281.94
Williams                  180.00           146.96           326.96
Woolgar              167.00           128.70           295.70
Wynndel               75.03           327.12           402.15
Ymir streets                                                   163.58             32.42           196.00
Canyon          1,500.73        8,422.30        9,923.03
Nelson Arterial                                                        3,481.20        3,481.20
Sundry roads                                        2,796.43      10,067.07      12,863.50
Garage Account                                             4,036.70       4,036.70
Plant and tools                                   5,895.55        5,895.55
Supervision, Creston                                         544.27          544.27
$68,777.96 $235,163.59 $303,941.55
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets                               303,941.55
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Canyon-Porthill No. 1       $2,743.23
Castlegar-Nelson No. 3              521.55
Castlegar-Nelson No. 4                        6,371.23
Central No. 1           358.17
Creston-Goatfell No. 1                    514.67
Creston-Goatfell No. 2                                                   .—   .                   219.42
Creston-Goatfell No. 4            248.65
Creston Goatfell No. 5                                                                           937.73
Creston-Porthill No. 2 .               .—  . .                                 456.13
Creston-Porthill No. 3          4,357.16
Creston-Porthill No. 4               3,236.38
Creston-Summit Creek No. 1       .            .                     234.84
Creston-Summit Creek No. 2            365.72
Gray Creek-Creston No. 2                  209.75
Gray Creek-Creston No. 3           881.38
Gray Creek-Creston No. 4            320.48
Gray Creek-Creston No. 5....                           .         1,570.77
Gray Creek-Creston No. 8                                                                           2,128.42
Gray Creek-Creston No. 9                            157.09
Isle No. 1              233.36
Nelson-Balfour No. 2             444.42
Nelson-Balfour No. 3             1,463.24
Nelson-Nelway No. 3           599.37
Nelson-Nelway No. 4           384.91
Nelson-Nelway No. 5               ...                      227.92
Nelson-Nelway No. 6         1,301.03
Nick's Island No. 1                                  412.94
Peters No. 1          .                     378.02
Porcupine Creek No. 2                             358.84
Queen Mine No. 1        .        1,101.54
Riondel No. 2                331.07
Sheep Creek No. 1                    233.07
Sheep Creek No. 2                 438.11
Slocan Park No. 1                                                     242.18
Salmo-Trail No. 2                                      154.89
Wigen No. 1             204.28
Carried forward    ....      ....              $34,341.96   $1,418,816 82 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 135
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward  $34,341.96   $1,418,816.82
Reg. No.
263.    Wilson No. 1   169.19
271.   Yankee Girl No. 2  454.74
Sundry bridges        4,091.11
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  39,057.00
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Kootenay Lake  $80,556.58
Nelson  34,263.45
Tug "Eleanor"  307.07
Harrop-Longbeach   ..  13,595.88
West Creston  -  17,054.55
Nick's Island   8,997.44
Slocan River   1,609.67
Balfour Landing   433.40
Kootenay Bay Landing  177.41
New Nick's Island Ferry  3,616.80
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries         160,612.25
Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally: Hard-surfacing
1.    Castlegar-Nelson       $50,434.63
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing  50,434.63
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
1.    Creston-Goatfell      $ 18,987.24
1.    Kootenay Bay-Creston      145,195.84
1.    Castlegar-Nelson       172,461.17
Total, Vote 239 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways        336,644.25
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Cultus Creek to Spokane Group  $1,878.67
Branch to Jackpot Group  2,500.00
H.B. Group   2,000.00
Lost Creek to Trueman Group ,  200.00
Boundary Creek to Copper Queen Group  125.00
Crawford Creek through Roses Pass  500.00
Bayonne Mine   584.75
Victoria-Jessie and Daylight Groups  200.00
Alice Mine   500.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  8,488.42
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District    $2,014,053.37
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal      General Total
Streets in District Lot 172          $248.53      $3,479.56      $3,728.09
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.__;.  $3,728.09
Total expenditure, New Westminster District :  $3,728.09 Q 136 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b):  Surveys
West Vancouver-Squamish       $8,311.40
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $8,311.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Bridges
Reg. No.
4.   Seymour Creek (Project No. 8)     $14,545.29
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Bridges   14,545.29
Capital Account—■" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
West Vancouver-Squamish      $21,485.50
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  21,485.50
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Surveys
Deep Cove-Woodlands  $347.80
Capilano River Canyon         3,277.71
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  3,625.51
Capital Account—•" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
4a. Seymour Slough (Project No. 29)      $1,944.14
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   1,944.14
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal      General Total
89r. Cloverleaf        $30.50 $30.50
91r. Forbes Avenue and Cotton Drive Esplanade        332.19 332.19
132r. Marine         $4,625.65       7,274.94 11,900.59
134r. Marine    797.13        8,813.10       9,610.23
Cypress Creek               1,430.00        1,430.00
Plant and tools      196.34 196.34
Supervision                5,802.43        5,802.43
$5,422.78    $23,879.50    $29,302.28
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets   29,302.28
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
Snow-removal       General Total
66a. Marine            $1,086.54 $1,086.54
67a. Marine                 4,737.39 4,737.39
71a. Nelson                  296.10 296.10
72a. Chatham Royal and Bay                130.34 130.34
73a. Dollarton              6,257.10 6,257.10
$12,507.47    $12,507.47
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways   12,507.47
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Bridges
2.    Capilano        $2,393.00
.Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Bridges  2,393.00
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
73a. Dollarton       $7,823.73
67a. Marine   .        9,069.18
Total, Vote 239 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways  16,892.91
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District       $111,007.50 "
Reg. No.
109b. Beach Drive
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
OAK BAY DISTRICT
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
$1,136.20
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
Total expenditures, Oak Bay District	
Q 137
$1,136.20
1,136.20
102.
171.
18.
2.
4.
15.
16.
28.
23.
30.
31.
219.
34.
36.
37.
39.
74.
166.
46.
144.
49.
111.
54.
184.
60.
57.
61.
64.
65.
66.
67.
75.
70.
73.
71.
92.
178.
89.
81.
94.
97.
102.
110.
100.
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
Okanagan Highway (Vernon, south) (Project No. 93)  $188,917.01
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways	
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Davis Creek No. 1 (Project No. 28)       $2,738.80
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges	
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Anderson Subdivision
Albers 	
Bella Vista 	
Blue Nose 	
Bobbie Burns 	
Cameron's Point	
Carr's Landing	
Commonage 	
Creighton Valley 	
Campbell 	
Deep Creek	
Eastside 	
East Vernon	
Enderby-Grindrod	
Enderby-Mabel Lake
Easthill 	
Funk 	
French 	
Grandview Bench ..
Grindrod street	
Grindrod-Westside
Hartnell 	
Headgates 	
Hebbert ...
Hurt
Irish Creek .	
Kamloops 	
Kedleston (east)  	
Kedleston (north) 	
Lumby-Mabel Lake
L. & A	
Lumby streets	
Long Lake 	
Mud Lake 	
Middle Bench	
Monks 	
McGinnis
North Fork 	
Okanagan Landing 	
Okanagan Highway No. 5
Old Sicamous	
Oyama   	
Snow-removal
$31.57
126.29
192.57
46.34
14.20
356.07
454.27
,189.45
22.61
814.59
285.37
812.84
284.40
,341.39
59.96
10.38
609.86
108.57
43.29
143.98
132.85
312.43
,755.08
436.59
222.82
907.43
589.22
150.20
26.26
134.76
393.51
152.69
3,478.24
"8997l7
General
$340.71
484.19
2,848.78
395.18
176.63
1,815.18
155.86
1,244.89
7,311.39
176.64
6,037.23
735.04
3,535.75
756.09
6,501.27
169.85
247.52
166.23
667.66
115.97
272.64
170.57
1,471.06
260.45
443.24
568.23
5,725.34
1,072.09
11.33
3,942.13
1,999.46
370.80
1,436.12
261.06
353.86
220.30
246.07
1,117.68
1,313.19
26,322.58
950.33
3,541.74
Total
$372.28
610.48
3,041.35
441.52
190.83
2,171.25
155.86
1,699.16
8,500.84
199.25
6,851.82
1,020.41
4,348.59
1,040.49
7,842.66
169.85
307.48
176.61
1,277.52
224.54
272.64
213.86
1,615.04
260.45
576.09
880.66
7,480.42
1,508.68
234.15
4,849.56
2,588.68
521.00
1,462.38
261.06
353.86
220.30
380.83
1,511.19
1,465.88
29,800.82
950.33
4,440.91
$188,917.01
2,738.80
Carried forward  ....... $16,539.25 $80,339.82 $96,879.07  $191,655.81 Q  138
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Snow-removal
Brought forward     $ 16,539.25
107.
105.
114.
129.
122.
126.
121.
148.
85.
118.
124.
130.
78.
177.
131.
88.
138.
139.
127r,
Rollings Lake
Riverside 	
Salt's 	
Sugar Lake	
Sigalet Cut-off 	
Squaw Valley 	
Shuswap River Drive
Smedik   •....
South Fork	
School-house Road ..
Six Mile Creek	
Swan Lake Creek	
Trinity Valley	
Trans-Canada No. 1
Trewhit 	
Tronson   	
197.21
49.14
"908.66"
83.28
35.90
137.90
17.03
"   18576o
"L287.49
1,771.10
Vernon-Slocan No. 6
Westside 	
Whitevale 	
Okanagan   Highway  No.
(City of Vernon)
5   (arterial)
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Garage Account	
Plant and tools	
53.48
4,623.93
2,507.15
367.38
237.46
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit,   $5,621.51)
General
$80,339.82
524.61
912.52
274.84
1,972.75
644.98
213.00
626.20
310.02
194.45
225.00
242.26
577.64
3,070.81
4,883.25
232.84
1,362.26
11,777.86
4,656.43
687.40
763.76
3,538.21
485.86
6,095.30
Total
$96,879.07
721.82
961.66
274.84
2,881.41
728.26
248.90
764.10
310.02
211.48
225.00
427.26
577.64
4,358.30
6,654.35
232.84
1,415.74
16,401.79
7,163.58
1,054.78
763.76
3,775.67
485.86
6,095.30
$29,001.36 $124,603.07 $153,604.43
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River (Spallumcheen) 	
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)	
$507.64
40.00
6. Ashton ...
9. Baxter 	
11. Brash ....
48. Grindrod
47. Grey Canal
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways	
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
24. Grey Canal No. 1
145. Immerson 	
86. Lambert 	
72. Lossy	
78. Mara 	
82. Miller-Harris 	
85. Pritchard	
5. Rand 	
124. Sullivan	
115. Sigalet ......
114.    Shorts Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$417.77
32,375.34
579.18
358.89
748.08
268.29
200.76
422.67
225.09
2,976.30
339.39
248.29
423.80
744.84
451.59
789.89
830.24
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing
102.    Okanagan Highway (Vernon, south)      $6,750.00
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing
Carried forward	
$191,655.81
153,604.43
547.64
42,400.41
6,750.00
$394,958.29 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 139
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Brought forward.       $394,958.29
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
102.    Okanagan Highway (Armstrong-Enderby)      $83,473.92
102.    Okanagan Highway (Vernon, south)        71,389.95
Total, Vote 239 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways         154,863.87
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Road to St. Paul Group  $700.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  700.00
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (North)        $550,522.16
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Account—•" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Surveys
Westbank-McDougall       $2,477.66
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  $2,477.66
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Reconstruction of Naramata Road, Penticton City boundary, north
(Project No. 122)   $256.62
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways   256.62
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Mission Creek No. 33 (Project No. 43)     $27,983.68
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges .  27,983.68
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Okanagan Highway (McDougall Creek-Westbank Section) (Project No. 70)          $608.66
Okanagan Highway (Westbank Ferry Landing-McDougall Creek
Section) (Project No. 75)   946.07
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 1,554.73
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
14?
Aberdeen  	
Bartley 	
Bathville ..           	
Snow-removal
General
$309.00
144.66
352.28
885.85
2,069.73
1,405.34
2,514.48
151.13
1,515.09
463.57
1,237.06
362.03
537.62
1,775.33
508.94
145.84
198.77
522.27
Total
$309.00
186.
9^9
$111.78
256.44
352.28
176
Bear Creek                            	
            455.49
1,341.34
18
Beaver Lake              .         .	
            381.00
2,450.73
78.
119.
34.
185.
35.
138
Belgo 	
Benvoulin   —
Black 	
Boucherie 	
Bulman 	
378.53
26.76
74.16
100.70
107.58
1,783.87
2,541.24
225.29
1,615.79
571.15
1,237.06
122.
Burns 	
Butler 	
362.03
96.
139.
547.15
1,084.77
1,775.33
0
Camp                             . -     -
            403.22
912.16
56.
153.
q->
Day 	
DeHart 	
East Kelowna          .      -
131.98
38.62
291.23
277.82
237.39
813.50
Carried forward	
       $3,048.20
$15,098.99
$18,147.19        $32,272.69 Q 140 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward       $3,048.20    $15,098.99    $18,147.19        $32,272.69
143.
Ethel 	
First   	
705.42
232.27
1,644.63
558.35
875.09
133.73
1,344.57
228.71
1,510.28
267.93
567.31
306.92
278.12
56.17
836.01
489.28
4,361.80
2,509.29
11,486.25
1,831.13
5,228.14
272.54
751.65
133.33
383.79
782.58
767.01
744.98
1,734.35
441.16
308.08
436.50
945.53
164.21
3,046.92
1,607.27
711.64
601.89
945.71
2,505.21
163.61
153.26
222.08
220.40
921.67
3,800.55
1,785.33
1,283.31
242.90
626.77
201.78
275.31
2,447.51
82.96
1,657.38
463.44
791.43
■    207.65
515.44
515.97
813.46
609.22
705 42
271,
232 27
733
Fish Lake	
126.00
1,770.63
612.07
875 09
86.
238.
Gallagher 	
Garnet Valley   	
53.72
82.
201.
200
Geen 	
Gellatly   	
Glencoe  	
Glenmore   	
Glenrosa 	
Glenwood 	
Goldie 	
Gordon 	
Goudie   	
Guisachan 	
Hollywood   	
Joe Riche   	
42.51
141.86
176.24
1,486.43
228 71
9.
207.
140.
496.47
93.32
2,006.75
361.25
567 31
24.
306 92
127.
70.
129.
80.
67.
43.30
131.36
101.48
63.37
            1,547:10
321.42
187.53
937.49
552.65
5,908.90
2 526 46
99.
June Springs .. 	
17.17
118.
K.L.O.   	
722.06
12,208.31
1,831.13
6,249.00
272.54
132.
Knox Mountain	
149.
37.
Lakeshore 	
Lakha Singh	
1,020.86
55.
47.
14.
234.
Latta 	
Leathead 	
Lodge   	
Meadow Valley 	
154.26
33.04
73.76
238.86
905.91
166.37
457.55
1,021.44
767.01
62.
Mills 	
302.
Morris Avenue            ..
744.98
103.
McCulloch 	
         2,862.33
4,596.68
573.75
515.75
436.50
54.
20.
251.
McKenzie 	
McKinley 	
North Naramata         	
132.59
207.67
144.
North  	
945.53
12.
58.86
223.07
1.
Okanagan Centre    	
         1,051.96
4,098.88
30.
Old Vernon     ...         	
         1,057.13
2,664.40
156.
Paret .               —        	
174.38
886.02
303.
Patterson   	
Peachland—Princeton        	
601.89
223.
44.48
990.19
250.
71.
97.
Penticton-Naramata 	
Philpot  	
Pooley                             - -
894.03
34.46
              23.70
3,399.24
198.07
176.96
69.
89.76
311.84
163.
312.
128.
Raymer  	
Reiswig   	
Richter                                    	
17.22
40.26
67.07
237.62
961.93
3,867.62
48.
110.
5.
43.
Rutland  :	
Saucier 	
Seaton   	
Sexsmith        .   ..            	
376.42
181.87
194.84
            122.50
2,161.75
1,465.18
437.74
749.27
189.
Shannon Lake 	
Smith Creek                    .. .      	
            146.32
348.10
191.
            166.96
442.27
111.
213.43
2,660.94
57.
            172.50
255.46
150.
Swamp                               	
            143.65
1,801.03
68.
Three Forks     ..         	
              61.58
525.02
155
Todd
791.43
218.
            132.00
339.65
235
Trout Creek-Bald Range
515.44
83.
Walburn                    - - -
              32.37
548.34
108
Wallace Hill                  	
              86.88
900.34
148
Watt  	
Carried forward	
609.22
     $16,935.92
$77,211.82
$94,147.74        $32,272.69 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 141
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward     $16,935.92    $77,211.82 $94,147.74        $32,272.69
Reg. No.
145.   West Avenue      .         1,054.98 1,054.98
172.    Westside             429.03        1,477.73 1,906.76
124.    Williams               23.29           299.62 322.91
141.   Woodlawn  :               409.02 409.02
15. Woodsdale              586.90        1,383.76 1,970.66
16. Woods Lake  (bottom)            291.80        1,236.23 1,528.03
Mission Creek bank,protection           41,100.79 41,100.79
102.    Okanagan Highway         8,765.38      31,471.81 40,237.19
40r. Okanagan Highway (Peachland)               267.35 267.35
41r. Okanagan Highway (Summerland)         1,457.27        3,478.07 4,935.34
Garage Account             7,110.01 7,110.01
Plant and tools             3,079.45 3,079.45
Sundry roads (units under $150)           844.73        3,507.46 4,352.19
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $8,624.35)
$29,334.32 $173,088.10 $202,422.42
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets        202,422.42
Vote 239 (a)-—Bridges:  Maintenance
91.   McGee   $1,106.66
35.    Mission Creek No. 3   177.38
37. Mission Creek No. 5  200.00
38. Mission Creek No. 6  3,195.22
80.    Priest Creek  561.62
43.   Sawmill Creek No. 1 — 507.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   446.98
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  6,194.86
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Kelowna-Westbank, " Pendozi "      $49,032.34
Kelowna-Westbank, " Lequime "      78,890.57
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries         127,922.91
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
102.    Okanagan Highway (Powers Creek-Ferry Landing)     $90,178.82
Reid's Corner (material only)         1,742.00
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  91,920.82
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Kelowna-Vernon (Municipality of Glenmore)       $3,688.09
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  3,688.09
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (South)       $464,421.79
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
39.   Northern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 39 (reconstruction, 4-mile
section from D.L. 1079 eastward) (Project No. 123)     $24,999.40
124.   Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake (reconstruction, Miles 23-26)   (Project
No. 124)        18,752.65
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         $43,752.05
Carried forward         $43,752.05 Q 142
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)—Continued
Brought forward-.
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a) : Roads
Reg. No.
39.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Cluculz Revision)   (Project
No. 62)        $2,063.42
10.
12.
16.
17.
27.
30.
32.
31.
36.
37.
117.
42.
166.
47.
51.
55.
63.
61.
182.
65.
180.
19.
67.
78.
79.
39.
183.
94.
104.
109.
102.
110.
257.
128.
40.
124.
127.
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
Vote 239 (a)-
Blackwater-Fort Fraser
Braeside   	
Campbell 	
Campbell-Hulatt
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Baumer Creek Diversion	
Endako-Francois Lake 	
Evans   	
Finmoore (south) 	
Finmoore-Webber Lake 	
Fort Fraser Settlement (east) 	
Fort Fraser-Stella 	
Fort St. James-Germansen Landing .
Fraser Lake-Francois Lake 	
George   	
Greer Valley	
Hargreaves 	
Hulatt  (south)  	
Larson 	
Lily Lake 	
Loop 	
Mapes 	
Meadowdale  	
Meier  '.	
Milne 	
Necoslie  	
Nithi River	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Pinchi Lake	
Prairiedale    ^	
Schaefer  	
Snell  	
Sob Lake 	
Sowchea 	
Takla Landing-Aiken Lake 	
Vanderhoof-Sackner   	
Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek 	
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant and tools 	
Supervision  	
Snow-removal
$137,69
237.45
289.11
168.21
"""2~53"774
78.94
170.41
305750
137.93
473.98
62.67
109.25
264.67
43.54
394.25
402.16
187.85
24.91
90.12
141.89
83.83
3,916.82
480.19
50.40
184.49
22.03
210.01
160.23
" 256773"
366.15
2,866.07
439.97
802.90
97.90
1,
General
$2,077.32
2,754.09
791.83
410.57
,500.00
263.78
770.23
568.05
259.19
457.08
419.14
3,153.83
1,869.95
167.58
754.41
533.79
229.24
214.62
2,545.68
6,743.26
1,302.94
132.91
63.96
209.29
431.11
103.61
30,415.21
1,480.38
178.40
■ 2,232.16
1,307.26
1,545.57
76.63
188.98
2,817.21
10,495.87
22,838.49
1,864.14
675.82
8,960.67
5,276.09
Total
$2,215.01
2,991.54
1,080.94
578.78
1,500.00
517.52
849.17
738.46
259.19
762.58
557.07
3,627.81
1,932.62
167.58
754.41
643.04
493.91
258.16
2,939.93
7,145.42
1,490.79
157.82
154.08
209.29
573.00
187.44
34,332.03
1,960.57
228.80
2,416.65
1,329.29
1,755.58
236.86
188.98
3,073.94
10,862.02
25,704.56
2,304.11
1,478.72
9,058.57
5,276.09
$13,911.99 $119,080.34 $132,992.33
$43,752.05
2,063.42
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.
132,992.33
69.
140.
11.
56.
108.
7.
18.
57.
Chilco 	
Endako No.
Endako No.
Manson ..
Murray
2 ....
Nechako No. 2
Nechako No. 1 .
Salmon Creek _
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
$5,050.73
11,146.24
7,699.91
355.65
561.91
244.16
571.63
217.00
Carried forward     $25,847.23      $178,807.80 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 143
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward     $25,847.23      $178,807.80
Reg. No.
143.    Stellako    659.79
3.    Stoney Creek No. 1  265.22
121.    Stoney Creek No. 4  186.32
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  976.25
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  27,934.81
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
61. Finmoore   >  $2,442.83
62. Fort Fraser   2,433.13
59.   Hulatt   774.09
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  5,650.05
Vote 201,—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Completion of Germansen Lake Road  $18,000.00
Bridge across narrow west arm of Germansen Lake  5,999.69
Gaffney Creek-Nation River Road to Special Mining Leases No.
1302 and No. 1303  7,000.00
Germansen Lake Scow  248.49
Takla Landing-Old Hogum  300.00
Manson Creek  9,494.53
Fort St. James-Manson Creek  2,884.79
Construction and repairs of road from Germansen Lake to Old
Hogum   5,000.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  48,927.50
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)       $261,320.16
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a): Ferries
Francois Lake Ferry (Project No. 83)   $133,461.92
Total, Capital Account, 1948--Ferries       $133,461.92
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
Gravelling Wistaria Road at Nadina (Project No. 150)       $4,783.40
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways   4,783.40
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a): Roads
90.    Houston-Wistaria          $942.28
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 942.28
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Equipment-sheds
Equipment-sheds, Burns Lake      $6,437.91
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Equipment-sheds  .  6,437.91
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
?
Barrett Station              	
Snow-removal
._   ...            $41.98
General
$301.70
79.06
Total
$343.68
162.30
s
              83.24
Carried forward	
          $125.22
$380.76
$505.98
$145,625.51 Q 144
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance
Trails, and S
Brought forward               	
and Minor E
rREETS—Cont
Snow-removal
$125.22
45.49
30.39
246.31
ETTERMENTS
'nued
General
$380.76
227.72
188.03
492.34
689.72
1,789.39
7,749.86
8,939.44
44,624.86
301.93
326.98
4,499.21
158.07
529.42
146.04
5,004.07
1,635.61
1,398.09
3,155.41
247.92
1,064.95
731.73
569.26
575.80
3,222.27
5,807.81
273.74
2,319.18
959.10
528.58
190.46
387.80
304.09
427.45
3,343.21
268.27
147.56
1,926.64
11,490.40
6,444.20
2,255.53
833.31
5,167.56
292.52
407.46
2,142.97
2,479.44
3,544.85
3,949.41
Roads,
Total
$505.98      $145,625.51
Reg.
7.
No.
Bourgeon    .. 	
273.21
8.
Bickle    ..      .   . .      . .   	
218.42
9.
Brown                -
738.65
13.
Buck River          	
689.72
19.
Rose Lake Cut-off  	
259.43
3,481.78
200.60
10,733.93
59.04
22.19
2,524.77
19.81
142.53
12.83
1,740.89
703.50
392.91
2,357.89
19.20
67.27
65.18
36.54
124.48
984.59
98.72
292.23
522.25
208.89
63.42
36.72
56.31
59.48
172.90
256.73
90.56
3.79
935.88
2,667.34
603.75
219.23
2,048.82
21.
25.
39.
43.
Colleymount	
Eakin Settlement 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Francois Lake (east)       	
11,231.64
9,140.04
55,358.79
360.97
46
Greene          .        ....         ..     _ __
349.17
59.
Keefe's Landing—Ootsa Lake         	
7,023.98
69
Mortimer       	
177.88
71.
74.
McDonald's Landing	
McNeill	
671.95
158.87
80.
North Francois           	
6,744.96
84.
88
Ootsa Lake Shore (east)	
Palling            	
2,339.11
1,791.00
90
Houston-Wistaria   	
5,513.30
92.
95
Tchesinkut Lake Shore (east) 	
Quick Station   ....    ..... 	
267.12
1,132.22
96
Quick School	
796.91
100.
101
Round Lake (east) 	
Round Lake  ..             ....
605.80
700.28
118
Topley-Babine    	
4,206.86
119.
121.
Telkwa High 	
Hislop       .   -                        	
5,906.53
565.97
122.
Uncha Lake .                      ..
2,841.43
130.
Woodmere-Round Lake 	
1,167.99
138.
140
Norberg   	
York Settlement      •	
592.00
227.18
142.
Linton Lake   	
444.11
146.
Kerr           ....     	
363.57
153
Brandon      ..     — ... 	
600.35
155.
Houston—Owen Lake—Nadina  	
3,599.94
168
Shelford  	
358.83
172.
Price           ...                         ..   	
151.35
181.
Tatalrose   ...       ..       ..     .   .
2,862.52
200.
202.
Burns Lake-Babine 	
Telkwa Coal .                                      	
14,157.74
7,047.95
220.
Taltapin         ....             	
2,474.76
264.
Houston Settlement (east)           	
833.31
Decker Lake Crossing   ...            	
15.07
5,182.63
Beach 	
Swanson                  	
292.52
407.46
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
859.44
3,002.41
Garage Account         	
2,479.44
Plant and tools               •	
3,544.85
Supervision ...   ..   ...     ... 	
3,949.41
Plant Repair and Rental Account ...   ....
(Credit,  $5,673.32)
Total, Vote 239 (a):  Roads, Trail
Vote 239 (a)~B
Robins ...     .        .
$31,559.48 $138,867.10 $170,426.58
s, and Streets
ridges :   Main
            170,426.58
7
TENANCE
$511.02
5
Goat Creek ... 	
153.90
15
Findlay Creek	
1,720.06
46
Burns Lake Trestle No.2	
565.89
155.
Sheraton   	
3,862.41
438
Severson             .
1,209.40
W. McNeil   __
454.65
Carried forward
$8,477.33      $316,052.09 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE . Q 145
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward       $8,477.33      $316,052.09
Fleming   396.29
Construction of pile-driver         1 684.37
Sundry bridges (units under $150)         2^570.93
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  13,128.92
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Reg. No.
63.   Francois Lake Ferry  $4 151.63
New Francois Lake Ferry  20,970.05
Ferrymen's cottages  19781.34
Ferry landings 7——— 1999L85
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries   64,894.87
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Topley Richfield Mine  $198.64
43.    Francois Lake (east) (Perlite Mine)          4,479.53
Silver Cup Mine  ' 47.88
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  4,726.05
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)        $398,801.93
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
1.    Grande Prairie-Hudson Hope (Tupper surveys)      $2,502.86
8.   Peace River Highway (Section A-1)        7 520.00
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads         $10,022.86
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads
8.   Peace River Highway (Section A-l)  $512,163.14
8.   Peace River Highway (Section A-2)    510,391.66
8.    Peace River Highway (Section D)         2010.26
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads      1,024,565.06
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads
1.   Clark Hill, Hudson Hope Road (reconstruction) (Project No. 147)    $30,000.00
5.   Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst,  Rolla, north  (reconstruction)   (Project
No. 148)        10,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Roads  40,000.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (b):  Roads
8.   Peace River Highway .  $97.65
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (b):  Roads 97.65
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Pouce Coupe-Rolla (Project No. 30)      $2,565.03
Fort St. John-North Pine (Project No. 31)       10,000.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads 12,565.03
Carried forward ......    $ ] ,087,250.60 Q  146
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward..
$1,087,250.60
Vote 239 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Reg.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
21.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
30.
31.
32.
33.
40.
41.
42.
44.
45.
71.
81.
100.
101.
103.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
127.
130.
135.
136.
137.
139.
No. Snow-removal
Grande Prairie-Hudson Hope  $12,919.52
Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge  355.35
Pouce Coupe-South Dawson  979.46
Pouce Coupe-Belle View   1,665.63
Dawson Creek-Rolla-Clayhurst   15,832.70
Rolla (east)     	
Peace River Highway  :  6,315.34
Dawson Creek-Sunrise-Sweetwater   1,979.81
Progress-Sunset Prairie-Groundbirch — 1,041.93
Mowick Cut-off      	
Fort St. John-Hines Creek  3,088.97
Fort St. John-Rose Prairie  3,756.51
McKibbin Cut-off   28.34
Charlie Lake-Fort Nelson   1,468.96
Montney-North Pine   1,689.73
Baldonnel-East St. John _ 335.18
Tupper-Kelly Lake
Tupper-Hays 	
Tate Creek	
Gundy-Hanshaw   .
Riverside
Pouce Coupe-Dawson Springs ...
Arras-Fellers Heights-Hanshaw
Arras School 	
Groundbirch School	
Sunset Prairie-Pine 	
Clayhurst School 	
Taylor-Peace View 	
Baldonnel-Two Rivers 	
Pine View School 	
Lower Indian Creek	
Fort Nelson roads	
Workman Way 	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
540.82
135.72
80.26
197.78
174.33
1,583.99
141.41
90.31
334.70
504.75
"598746
480.89
372.28
429.53
57.90
185795
57.90
68.67
766736
58.62
66.42
34.38
411.60
264.44
173.31
713.82
338.33
519.84
86.53
44.59
T77.55
215740
446.92
220.00
General
$40,620.45
1,647.80
4,631.15
2,024.96
44,617.39
920.74
22,762.34
20,472.70
3,868.89
786.59
8,009.89
14,756.44
729.36
1,650.91
1,336.77
111.95
1,123.89
1,837.76
891.05
705.42
348.32
3,247.91
2,885.40
588.86
545.98
739.98
3,979.66
269.68
3,672.38
221.39
374.17
1,561.40
2,304.54
231.96
831.63
2,881.30
1,420.77
1,423.67
2,108.44
298.52
777.76
14,503.43
366.90
1,925.65
2,151.11
8,852.96
2,861.67
1,394.90
1,836.71
1,187.77
2,456.04
1,623.73
513.04
731.16
252.84
498.83
591.52
83.32
352.31
245.16
831.01
231.21
518.51
Total
$53,539.97
2,003.15
5,610.61
3,690.59
60,450.09
920.74
29,077.68
22,452.51
4,910.82
786.59
11,098.86
18.512.95
757.70
3,119.87
3,026.50
447.13
1,123.89
2,378.58
1,026.77
785.68
546.10
3,422.24
4,469.39
730.27
636.29
1,074.68
4,484.41
269.68
4,270.78
702.28
746.45
1,561.40
2,304.54
231.96
1,261.16
2,939.20
1,420.77
1,609.62
2,166.34
367.19
777.76
15,203.79
425.52
1,992.07
2,185.49
9,264.56
3,126.11
1,568.21
2,550.53
1,526.10
2,975.88
1,710.26
557.63
731.16
430.39
498.83
806.92
530.24
352.31
245.16
831.01
451.21
518.51
Carried forward     $61,965.13 $240,388.17 $302,353.30   $1,087,250.60 Reg.
140.
141.
142.
143.
145.
146.
147.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
167.
169.
171.
172.
173.
175.
177.
110b
6.
31.
39.
49.
50.
54.
90.
92.
104.
111.
125.
129.
130.
147.
160.
STATEMENT
PEACE RIVER
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenanc
Trails, and
Brought forward	
' OF EXPEND
DISTRICT—(
e and Minor 1
Streets—Com
Snow-removal
$61,965.13  !
ITURE
Continued
Jetterments:  Roads,
inued
General              Total
>240,388.17 $302,353.30
279.37           279.37
2,503.86        2,762.20
155.85           155.85
315.11           315.11
376.18           376.18
355.80           355.80
511.08           532.48
200.49           475.89
399.36          399.36
618.03           704.07
295.36           295.36
419.03           419.03
305.78 305.78
551.59           551.59
273.32           273.32
374.79 374.79
3,287.56        3,298.26
592.15          592.15
905.52        1,135.02
353.67           353.67
361.66           385.07
229.18           229.18
1,036.29        1,238.69
904.63           904.63
898.83 1,029.91
382.84 382.84
397.94           483.39
532.51           622.82
1,208.89        1,299.20
548.17           630.18
3,712.08        3,922.57
3,056.16        3,056.16
24.576.49      24,576.49
Q 147
$1,087,250.60
9
355,069.71
1,400.00
No.
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
258.34
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement 	
21.40
275.40
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
86.04
Farm and settlement  .
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement  	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement      ..
Farm and settlement 	
10.70
Farm and settlement  _
Farm and settlement	
229.50
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement	
23.41
Farm and settlement •
Farm and settlement 	
202.40
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement   .
131.08
Farm and settlement	
Farm and settlement ..	
85.45
90.31
90.31
82.01
210.49
Farm and settlement  	
Farm and settlement    .
Farm and settlement  .. ... 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Garage Account   	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
 (Credit, $7,841.78)
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Tn
Vote 239 (a)-
102nd Avenue, Dawson Creek .   	
$63,761.97 $291,307.74 $355,069.71
tils, and Streets
-Classified Hi
GHWAYS
$1,400.00
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified
Vote 239 (a)—
Bissette .     ..     	
Hiehwavs 	
Bridges:  Maintenance
$245.01
537.04
5,524.55
1,523.08
555.02
1,274.49
11,793.54
308.28
193.13
328.06
1,031.02
523.34
695.77
443.11
1,505.38
Halfway ....  ....   	
Saskatoon     	
Old Dawson  __ _ .. 	
Mill Creek  	
Buffalo Creek .. 	
Hays           .    .----.
Dawson Hospital	
Ravelli No. 1 	
South Dawson School             .. 	
York                                          	
$26,480.82
$1,443,720.31 Q 148 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward 1 1     $26,480.82   $1,443,720.31
Reg. No.
161.    Plasterers   469.64
168.    Sluggets   301.85
182.    East Pine    251.39
190.    Waby   205.54
226. Sverzac   542.26
227. Big Boulder  155.24
228. Rose Prairie   188.66
229. Lynx   203.87
230. Red River  418.29
233.    Fredrickson   448.52
Sundry bridges (units under $150)         1,833.92
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  31,500.00
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
69.    Hudson Hope  $2,299.28
89.    Clayhurst    10,431.78
East Pine Basket Ferry  732.04
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  13,463.10
Total expenditure, Peace River District      $1,488,683.41
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
18.    Port Clements-Tlell (continuation) (Project No. 84)       $3,564.18
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways  $3,564.18
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
9.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Miles 0-0.8 at Prince Rupert)
(Project No. 77)      $92,798.32
18.    Port Clements-Tlell (continuation) (Project No. 84)       41,356.14
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         134,154.46
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Miles 0-0.8 at Prince Rupert)
(Project No. 77)      $66,028.43
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads... 66,028.43
Vote 239 (a) —Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General              Total
5.    Masset-Tow Hill (Graham Island)      $1,739.09 $10,628.34    $12,367.43
8. Dunroe's        635.36          635.36
9. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway .         2,474.53 8,234.34 10,708.87
11.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway ......        7,601.19 18,516.03 26,117.22
16.    Old   Masset-New  Masset   (Graham  Island)               136.43 4,875.48        5,011.91
18.    Port Clements-Tlell (Graham Island)...          260.40 439.98          700.38
24. Skidegate-Tlell (Graham Island)           304.63 4,681.53 4,986.16
25. Queen   Charlotte  City-Skidegate   (Gra
ham Island)   ,            123.69 3,175.03        3,298.72
29.    Port Edward             718.66 3,149.01        3,867.67
38.    Port Simpson streets            483.50 1,168.49        1,651.99
54.    Oona River (Porcher Island)     1,988.27        1,988.27
66.    Dodge Cove (Digby Island)        4,648.18 4,648.18
69.    Delkatlah-Skonun Bay (Graham Island)      473.98           473.98
Carried forward     $13,842.12    $62,614.02    $76,456.14      $203,747.07 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 149
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued
Reg.
122r
VI
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor 1
Trails, and Streets—Con
Snow-removal
Brought forward     $13,842.12
Mo.
Arterial Highway (Kaien Island)          1,802.53
Osland (Smith Island)                                  	
Betterments
inued
General
$62,614.02
5,414.77
1,127.09
3,894.27
423.21
>:  Roads,
Total
$76,456.14
7,217.30
1,127.09
3,894.27
423.21
1,169.63
2,074.70
670.48
2,849.56
$203,747.07
137
Jap Inlet (Porcher Island)        	
150
Haysport sidewalks                                        ...    . .
173
Skeena City-Terrace (Skeena District) .        1,169.63
Sundry roads (units under $150)             118.23
1,956.47
670.48
2,849.56
Supervision
Plant and tools   ..   .     	
Garage Account (Credit, $225.10)
Plant Repair and Rental Account  .
(Credit, $4,110.40)
$16,932.51
$74,614.37
$91,546.88
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Mah
Hiellen (Graham Island)   ....     	
91,546.88
7
•JTENANCE
$157.72
1,257.02
270.95
690.18
739.74
215.47
630.78
73
Sangan River (Graham Island)       ... 	
87
Green River           ...	
88
Aberdeen      	
89
Inver   	
97
McClymont Park	
Sundrv bridees tunits under $150)           	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 239 (a)—Wharves: Maintenance
Prince Ruoert Wharf (Kaien Island! 	
$7,969.22
1,073.92
172.88
3,961.86
Cow Bay Floats (Kaien Island) 	
Salt Lakes Floats  ..    	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Wharves:   Maintenance
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District 	
9,216.02
$308,471.83
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
90. Trans-Canada Highway (Revelstoke-Sicamous) —
Three Mile Crossing (Project No. 41)   $28,900.30
Nineteen Mile (Project No. 41)   30,697.72
Malakwa (Project No. 41)   40,401.98
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways        $100,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
158. Kay Falls Creek (Project No. 10)  $116.72
159. Eagle River Bridge at Kay Falls (Project No. 4)         4,708.31
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges  4,825.03
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
6
Australian Settlement        	
Snow-removal
          $206.98
General
$112.28
1,871.38
Total
$319.26
2,154.98
10
283.60
Carried forward	
.   .....         $490.58
$1,983.66
$2,474.24
$104,825.03 Q 150
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal
$490.58
137.75
8,333.25
232.28
880.03
315.60
.      3,853.34
396.53
360.63
203.63
12,028.49
396.15
1,665.57
710.67
158.69
24,726.87
1,893.41
684.06
572.13
General
$1,983.66
25.62
37,137.70
78.16
6,563.50
24.00
5,288.56
1,796.83
24.00
29.01
21,296.23
190.77
985.82
295.38
737.01
54,817.22
845.48
2,002.11
95.40
206.67
263.16
410.31
3,403.67
7,808.30
3,428.18
Total
$2,474.24      $104,825.03
Reg. No.
163.37
13
Big Bend
45,470.95
15
310.44
22.
23
Beaton-Camborne   	
Fourth Street Subdivision     	
7,443.53
339.60
24.
9,141.90
31.
Golf Links (roads and branches) 	
2,193.36
46.
70
Little Scotland Subdivision 	
384.63
232.64
71.
Revelstoke—Arrowhead        	
33,324.72
72.
73.
78.
Revelstoke  (east)   	
Revelstoke (south)  	
586.92
2,651.39
1,006.05
80.
Ski Jump                 .....     .      .
895.70
90.
Trans-Canada Highway           ..   ...	
79,544.09
94a.
Ferguson            ...         _   . .
2,738.89
97.
133.
Revelstoke-Sicamous (branch roads)
Halls Landing (south) 	
Charles Street between First and Second
Streets   	
Third Street between Campbell Avenue
and Charles Street 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)   .. ...
2,686.17
667.53
206.67
52.00
263.16
462.31
Garage Account  	
Plant and Tools Account       ..   '
3,403.67
7,808.30
Plant Repair and Rental Account .	
3,428.18
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Tra
Vote 239 (a)—I
Beaton-Camborne No. 2 .   .         -.
Big Bend No. 3	
$58,091.66 $149,736.75 $207,828.41
lis, and Streets
Jridges:   Main
         207,828.41
4.
30.
tenance
$222.68
1,588.10
39.
Fish River No. 1	
433.24
57.
58.
Halls Landing (south) No. 2	
Halls Landing (south) No. 3  ..       .
2,330.85
2,022.85
59.
Halls Landing (south) No. 4	
2,161.52
80.
Revelstoke-Arrowhead No. 1   . . 	
1,304.66
85
Revelstoke-Arrowhead No. 6	
767.45
86.
108.
Revelstoke-Arrowhead No. 7 .	
Revelstoke (west) No. 6	
767.45
888.97
138.
Sidmouth-Sproat No. 4	
1,525.88
141.
Kelch  	
214.28
150
Revelstoke (west) No. 10	
277.91
1 51 A
Big Bend No. 10	
1,425.78
15?
Revelstoke (west) No. 12	
419.94
153,
Revelstoke (west) No. 13	
232.22
154a
Big Bend No. 11	
3,345.78
155.
Revelstoke (west) No. 15	
236.87
156.
157.
Big Bend No. 12	
Revelstoke (west) No. 17	
4,025.79
349.48
159a
Big Bend No. 17	
4,007.16
160a
Cranberry 	
363.83
161.
Revelstoke (west) No. 21	
1,899.10
168a
170.
221.
Revelstoke (west) No. 27	
Sicamous-Mara No. 2  _
Beaton            ...
487.75
161.51
160.73
Sundry bridges (units under $1501 	
1,098.49
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance .
Carried forward	
           32,720.27
       $345,373.71 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q  151
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $345,373.71
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Reg. No.
1.    Arrowhead-Beaton       $15,388.88
3. Halls Landing       19,331.51
4. Twelve Mile       11,875.30
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries:   Maintenance  46,595.69
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Road to Nettie L. Mine  $75.00
Beaton-Camborne   6,000.00
LaForme Creek Road to Mastadon Group  2,271.13
Ferguson-Ten Mile Road  500.00
Nettie L. Road to Gyp Fraction . .'.  180.50
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  9,026.63
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District        $400,996.03
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
72. Trail-Salmo (Bear Creek-Fruitvale Section and Affleck's Corner
to Fruitvale Section and 1.01 miles east of Fruitvale) (Project
No. 78)  $177,645.85
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways        $177,645.85
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
56.    Rossland-Paterson (reconstruction) (Project No. 60)     $49,987.04
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways  49,987.04
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Robson-Deer Park     $ 11,040.14
Rossland-Paterson ......         1,278.37
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  12,318.51
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Ferries
New Castlegar Ferry (Project No. 146)  $109,042.08
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Ferries          109,042.08
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
72. Trail-Salmo (Bear Creek-Fruitvale Section and Affleck's Corner
to Fruitvale Section and 1.01 miles east of Fruitvale) (Project
No. 78)     $ 12,200.93
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 12,200.93
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
1. Austad  ..
5. Blueberry 	
7. Birch Subdivision
11. Casino 	
15. Castlegar-Trail ....
16. China Creek	
Carried forward.
Snow-removal
General
Total
$98.04
$80.06
$178.10
262.39
577.21
839.60
64.55
86.34
150.89
1,935.84
4,194.22
6,130.06
5,724.43
16,120.96
21,845.39
240.69
313.42
554.11
$8,325.94
$21,372.21
$29,698.15      $361,194.41 Q 152 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward	
$8,325.94
410.67
$21,372.21
$29,698.15      $361,194.41
410.67
636.73
570.05
677.27
375.51
561.19
778.26
2,419.31
11,037.68
153.94
320.85
282.95
1,147.80
12,195.71
852.44
16,578.09
7,577.12
12,550.18
3,252.84
220.85
2,008.34
304.96
9,368.66
16,479.57
1,496.95
355.47
3,929.00
404.43
829.59
3,693.98
10,356.71
3,011.13
4,693.51
Reg.
20.
No.
Columbia Gardens Station 	
25.
26.
Deer Park (south)	
Deer Park streets    	
73.60
220.64
429.92
111.34
479.00
520.27
563.13
349.41
247.35
264.17
82.19
257.99
1,916.40
8,838.78
42.60
55.33
217.27
178.82
11,442.45
627.65
10,169.61
4,317.02
7,053.01
2,779.15
220.85
1,610.30
304.96
7,245.02
10,841.20
1,344.19
194.96
2,599.88
404.43
795.62
3,693.98
10,356.71
3,011.13
4,693.51
27.
28.
31.
32.
Deer Park-Syringa Creek	
Deschamps (north)	
Drake's (upper)	
Duncan ....       ..   	
35.
Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens 	
502.91
36.
Fruitvale Subdivision
2,198.90
39.
45.
I.X.L.-Midnite 	
Milestone 	
111.34
265.52
48.
Renata (north)  	
65.68
51.
52.
53.
Red Mountain 	
Robson-Syringa Creek 	
Robson (west)      ..    ._  	
968.98
753.26
224.79
6,408.48
3,260.10
5,497.17
473.69
54.
56.
Rossland-Cascade 	
Rossland-Paterson         ... ..
61.
64.
66.
Schofield   	
Shaver's Bench 	
Stoney Creek (lower)	
Trail Creek 	
Trail-Fort Shepherd     ...
69.
70.
398.04
71.
Trail—Pend d'Oreille                  	
2,123.64
72.
Trail-Salmo   .. ...  . ...
5,638.37
73.
74.
76.
Violin Lake 	
Waneta 	
Warfield Subdivision  	
152.76
160.51
1,329.12
Coykendahl Trail
Sundry roads (units under $150)
33.93
Plant and tools               .      ~ 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account .
Supervision 	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, 1
Vote 239 (a)-
$41,138.57 $118,091.28 $159,229.85
rails, and Streets
—Bridges:   Main
         159,229.85
6.
ITENANCE
$1,203.51
491.66
690.17
291.64
197.86
22,455.72
316.63
571.03
281.40
589.97
942.41
179.77
572.80
177.19
573.03
742.43
171.20
323.14
195.38
792.83
1,057.29
9.
Rossland—Cascade No. 9     . 	
13.
Castlegar-Trail No. 2 	
15.
Castlegar Trail No. 4
16.
Castlegar—Trail No. 5 	
18.
Columbia River     .       . 	
28.
Trail-Salmo No. 2 	
29.
Trail-Salmo No. 3	
30.
33.
37.
Nine Mile          .    	
38.
Trail-Pend d'Oreille No. 1 	
39.
Trail-Pend d'Oreille No. 2
41.
Trail-Fort Shepherd No. 1 	
49.
Robson-Syringa No. 3 	
53.
Renata No. 1             - 	
56.
Renata No. 4   	
58.
Deer Park No. 1       .......
59.
Deer Park No. 2
68.
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:
Maintenance ...
           32,817.06
 .      $553,241.32 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 153
Reg. No.
73.    Castlegar Ferry 	
Castlegar Ferry Landings
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward '.	
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
$30,849.95
42,868.77
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Vote 240—Local Roads within Municipal Limits
45.    Milestone
$4,000.00
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District	
$553,241.32
73,718.72
4,000.00
$630,960.04
125.
253.
246.
272.
126.
104.
106.
1.
110.
114.
260.
136.
135.
7.
116.
234.
150.
263.
107.
118.
129.
121.
264.
130.
119.
SAANICH DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b):  Surveys
Victoria-Sidney          $302.38
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Victoria-Sidney       $8,087.20
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Victoria-Sidney 	
Bazan Bay-Sidney
$16,621.58
3,121.44
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
All Bay	
Amity Drive 	
Ardmore Drive
Bayview  	
Bazan Bay 	
Beacon Avenue
Birch 	
Burnside 	
Chalet 	
East Saanich .	
Emard Terrace
Fifth Street 	
Fourth Street ....
Helmcken 	
Henry Avenue ..
Land's End 	
Lochside ..
Lowe
Snow-removal
$12.46
59.21
203.42
"Tl8703
118.72
99.66
1.44
183.94
794.16
_____
McTavish 	
Madrona Drive .
Orchard Avenue
Mills 	
Moxon Terrace _
Queens Avenue .
Resthaven Drive
92.17
10.12
48.28
34.86
140.27
321.88
339.06
217.48
32.30
163.44
General
$156.81
2,001.61
330.12
427.20
537.60
1,264.79
316.09
213.51
188.05
3,016.93
314.70
2,533.54
2,438.93
205.86
364.59
5,402.52
1,500.43
335.62
2,838.47
627.78
294.28
983.24
159.02
1,766.76
6,102.06
Total
$169.27
2,060.82
533.54
427.20
655.63
1,383.51
415.75
214.95
371.99
3,811.09
314.70
2,547.63
2,438.93
298.03
374.71
5,450.80
1,535.29
475.89
3,160.35
966.84
294.28
1,200.72
159.02
1,799.06
6,265.50
$302.38
8,087.20
19,743.02
Carried forward       $3,004.99    $34,320.51    $38,325.50       $28,132.60 Q 154                                          PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
SAANICH DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued .
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward       $3,004.99 $34,320.51    $38,325.50        $28,132.60
Reg. No.
287.    Shoreacres          699.62 699.62
137.    Sixth Street        387.87 387.87
157.   Swartz Bay             147.98 427.27 575.25
225.    Tapping        178.69 178.69
134.    Third Street        928.44 928.44
221.   Towner Park               10.16 966.21 976.37
187.    Tryon                18.25 188.42 206.67
115.    Wain's Cross-road             318.46 1,017.55 1,336.01
122.    West Saanich             655.99 7,158.28 7,814.27
159.    Wilson               22.20 203.33 225.53
30r. East Saanich             715.54 4,384.37 5,099.91
28r. Island Highway            514.90 3,189.88 3,704.78
29r. Quadra and Saanich             460.16 2,936.12 3,396.28
52r. West Saanich             807.58 6,633.54 7,441.12
Sundry roads (units under $150)           586.49 3,969.36 4,555.85
Plant and tools              27.46 5,386.98 5,414.44
$7,290.16    $72,976.44    $80,266.60
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  80,266.60
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
Mill Bay Ferry (subsidy)       $5,000.00
Mill Bay Ferry Landing          6,211.81
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries   11,211.81
Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Glanford Avenue '.       $3,000.00
Total, Vote 240—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  3,000.00
Total expenditure, Saanich District       $122,611.01
SALMON ARM DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Highways
Approach roads to Sicamous Bridge (Project No. 85)       $6,590.42
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Highways   $6,590.42
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
1.    Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Monte Creek-Chase Section)      $3,403.82
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  3,403.82
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
1. Trans-Canada Highway (Pritchard Section, Miles 19.8-22.9) (Proj
ect No. 114)  $140,218.00
2. South  Trans-Provincial  Highway   (approach  roads  to  Sicamous
Bridge) (Project No. 85)  76,705.13
161. Kamloops-Vernon (Westwold-Falkland Section (Project No. 139) 210,744.98
161.    Kamloops-Vernon (Monte Lake-Westwold Section) (Project No.
37)  .  175,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways          602,668.11
Carried forward 1       $612,662.35 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 155
SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward      $612,662.35
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Surveys
Reg. No.
1. Kamloops-Salmon Arm   $5,766.18
2. Canoe-Sicamous    283.74
161.    Kamloops-Vernon (Falkland, east)  9,184.56
161.    Kamloops-Vernon (Monte Creek-West wold)  1,228.33
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  16,462.81
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
11.    Sicamous Narrows (Project No. 21)    $15,847.15
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   15,847.15
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
1.
Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Monte Creek-
Pritchard, Pritchard-Chase) (Project No. 45)	
$186,469.63
161.
Kamloops-Vernon (Monte Lake-Westwold Section) (Project No.
37)     	
18,533.31
1.
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor ]
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal
Kamloops-Salmon Arm       $5,457.99
947," Sec. 2
Betterment
General
$31,457.71
1,311.52
187.77
33.86
948.52
2,656.09
1,406.96
1,227.47
172.93
177.35
1,773.35
334.93
3,886.46
494.96
50.55
158.49
998.69
179.99
336.43
987.35
525.64
1,955.08
2,135.94
7,230.66
1,659.51
355.79
12,979.17
1,357.91
199.49
165.89
224.13
753.08
272.17
1,574.88
835.82
1,200.88
664.68
877.15
139.14
(a)—Roads        205,002.94
>: Roads,
Total
$36,915.70
2.
Canoe-Sicamous                 880.79
2,192.31
5,
Sicamous-Revelstoke       	
187.77
9
Bolton             148.45
182.31
15.
Robinson                           27.20
975.72
16.
17.
18.
Sunnybrae             336.51
Tappen-Carlin               670.42
Tappen-Skimiken             .           322.94
2,992.60
2,077.38
1,550.41
21.
Hendrickson                  11.19
184.12
25.
Pakka     	
177.35
27.
White Lake...                 ......               294.17
2,067.52
29.
Blind Bay-Balmoral               98.14
433.07
30.
Blind Bay-Eagle Bay                             721.39
4,607.85
33.
Greer-Doebert .                    48.27
543.23
42.
Notch Hill-Blind Bay            133.23
183.78
43.
Taylor  '                 59.69
218.18
54.
Sorrento-Blind Bay             375.73
1,374.42
55.
Sorrento streets                     101.94
281.93
66.
Bischoff                            23.93
360.36
69.
Evans         .....                        40.55
1,027.90
73.
Leopold                             ..-.                21.50
547.14
74.
Line 17                                                144.45
2,099.53
76.
Meadow Creek                                 179.74
2,315.68
88.
10,597.48
89.
Squilax-Turtle Valley                  154.17
1,813.68
91.
Aylmer                                            49.53
405.32
94.
Chase Falkland                  .__               585.47
13,564.64
95.
Chase streets                       ._              387.54
1,745.45
98
Squilax Turtle Valley          ..         	
199.49
99
Loakin Creek           '                 46.44
212.33
103.
D.V.A., Chase                                166.91
391.04
111.
Kamloops—Shuswap .       .           566.72
1,319.80
112
Monte Creek—Pemberton            _                 71.76
343.93
115
Pritchard-Pinantan ~      —_          522.91
2,097.79
133
Martin Prairie                               311.01
1,146.83
139
Upper Duck Range            .                963.78
2,164.66
148
Douglas Lake                                  73.85
738.53
150
Paxton Valley                     ...               182.39
1,059.54
155
Cedar Hill                      415.69
554.83
Carried forward     $17,963.21
$78,459.09
$96,422.30      $849,975.25 Q 156                                          PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward     $17,963.21 $78,459.09    $96,422.30      $849,975.25
Reg. No.
156.    China Valley               71.33 671.89 743.22
161.    Kamloops-Vernon            3,429.15 11,928.65 15,357.80
165.    Six Mile Creek .......           108.54 487.01 595.55
170.   Heywood-Armstrong               92.87 277.85 370.72
173.    Range               57.91 378.33 436.24
179.    Salmon River            658.94 4,183.66 4,842.60
181. Spa Creek      220.91 220.91
182. Yankee Flats            384.54 1,203.17 1,587.71
185.    Canoe Point       190.34 190.34
188.   Seymour Arm              20.40 159.17 179.57
37r. Trans-Provincial   Highway,   City   of
Salmon Arm (arterial)           319.08      319.08
38r.    Trans-Provincial Highway, Municipality
of Salmon Arm (arterial)            680.79 3,892.37 4,573.16
Sundry roads (units under $150)         1,106.24 2,195.99 3,302.23
Garage Account        4,572.13 4,572.13
Camp equipment        252.96 252.96
Plant and tools       8,986.28 8,986.28
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit,  $5,429.30)
$24,893.00 $118,059.80 $142,952.80
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         142,952.80
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
23b and 80b. Salmon Arm-Enderby         $351.40
26b. Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie  906.18
76b. Canoe Road .         1,136.06
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways  2,393.64
Vote 239 (a)-—Bridges:   Maintenance
8.    Annis   $274.35
15. Foster   3,327.80
16. Moore   618.35
18.    Kaiser  207.83
26.    Schweb  3,215.00
31.    Cedar Hill   153.83
47.    MacAulay ,  879.33
50.    Ross Creek No. 2 Overflow  272.51
107.   Stewart   1,922.45
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,326.33
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance  12,197.78
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
3.    Sorrento-Scotch Creek      $11,039.89
6.   Shuswap Lake        4,000.00
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  15,039.89
Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing
Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Pritchard-Chase
Section)     $27,150.85
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads Generally:  Hard-surfacing  27,150.85
Carried forward    $1,049,710.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 157
SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward    $1,049,710.21
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
1.   Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm (Pritchard-Chase
Section)   $146,870.75
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways         146,870.75
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District    $1,196,580.96
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section B)
(Project No. 1)          $148.13
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads  $148.13
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section B)
(Project No. 1)     $876,842.92
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Roads        876,842.92
Capital Account—•" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Surveys
Waterman Hill-Okanagan Falls  $305.99
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys  .  305.99
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
72.    Merritt-Princeton (One Mile Creek north and widening Summers
Creek northerly) (Project No. 94)     $74,300.35
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways   74,300.35
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Princeton-Hedley Right-of-way   $300.00
Keremeos-Kaleden Right-of-way  3,292.60
Keremeos-Kaleden     1,709.72
Penticton, South  2,558.93
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  7,861.25
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section B)
(Project No. 1)   $414,343.25
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Roads         414,343.25
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Paving
Hope-Princeton (Project No. 156)   $942,874.80
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Paving         942,874.80
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section B)
(Project No. 1) (increases awarded to contractors)   $231,809.58
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         231,809.58
Carried forward .    $2,548,486.27 Q 158 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $2,548,486.27
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Reg. No.
51.   Similkameen River, Princeton (superstructure) (ProjectNo.il)....   $41,219.14
19.   Hedley No. 1 (over Twenty Mile Creek on Hedley-Keremeos Road
at Hedley) (Project No. 12)       18,516.92
35.    Trout Creek (Project No. 36)       33,479.92
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   93,215.98
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a) : Roads
72.    Merritt-Princeton (One Mile Creek north and widening Summers
Creek northerly) (Project No. 94)          $185.03
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads.. 185.03
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section B)
(Project No. 1) (increases awarded to contractors)    $46,850.68
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads.. 46,850.68
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
1. Hope-Princeton     $77,215.37 $76,806.85 $154,022.22
2. Princeton-Hedley     1,102.30 6,872.27 7,974.57
3. Hedley-Keremeos    2,018.94 4,970.37 6,989.31
4. Keremeos-Green Mountain   2,420.08 2,549.87 4,969.95
5. Marron Valley  3,210.55 3,070.54 6,281.09
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver  1,412.86 5,466.87 6,879.73
7. Oliver-Osoyoos    512.72 4,184.73 4,697.45
8. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain       587.51 587.51
9. Penticton-Summerland     353.55 9,406.31 9,759.86
10. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction   677.74 1,745.89 2,423.63
11. Allenby          155.94 155.94
18. Ashnola     23.22 1,078.91 1,102.13
21. Cawston roads   498.09 2,850.78 3,348.87
24. Copper Mountain   2,991.32 7,110.21 10,101.53
31. Dog Lake   144.05 1,587.44 1,731.49
34. Fairview   13.00 223.84 236.84
38. Fairview-White Lake   637.87 507.57 1,145.44
40. Five Mile-Princeton   1,319.60 4,118.72 5,438.32
42. Grand Oro   239.96 164.83 404.79
45. Hedley-Nickel Plate   1,422.67 1,322.08 2,744.75
47. Hedley streets   69.11 5,053.15 5,122.26
48. Hedley-Twenty  Mile   ...  29.25 5,468.72 5,497.97
53. Kaleden Townsite   508.57 385.42 893.99
54. Keremeos Bridge Road  482.42 1,098.12 1,580.54
55. Keremeos-Cawston   82.28 4,159.53 4,241.81
56. Keremeos Creek Crossing   17.96 2,234.64 2,252.60
57. Keremeos streets   234.77 3,664.56 3,899.33
60. Marron Valley Branch Road  46.89 536.42 583.31
63. Myers Flats-Okanagan Falls   42.80 379.40 422.20
66. McLean Creek  178.44 193.68 372.12
70. Okanagan Falls streets   80.59 219.57 300.16
72. One Mile-Princeton   3,110.00 10,020.43 13,130.43
74. Osoyoos orchards   724.60 2,567.93 3,292.53
75. Oliver-Camp McKinney   18.70 1,233.40 1,252.10
76. Oliver-Cawston    29.19 311.70 340.89
78. Penticton-Green Mountain   924.54 2,930.70 3,855.24
79. Penticton-Carmi    553.50 1,978.82 2,532.32
80. Penticton Creek   167.80 180.00 347.80
83. Princeton-Otter Lake   239.45 555.99 795.44
Carried forward  $103,754.75 $165,520.36 $269,275.11   $2,688,737.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 159
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (_)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward  $103,754.75 $165,520.36 $269,275.11
86.
89.
90.
91.
93.
94.
95.
97.
99.
104.
105.
116.
Princeton streets
Richter Pass 	
Reserve 	
Shingle Creek .
South Keremeos roads
S.O.L.P. roads	
South Similkameen 	
Summers Creek 	
Tulameen Coal Mine
White Lake 	
White Lake Branch	
Princeton-Sterling Creek
42r. Penticton
29b. Penticton-Naramata
Sundry roads (units under $150)
13.
14.
16.
19.
30.
34.
36.
37.
41.
51.
51.
59.
61.
74.
112.
120.
127.
165.
174.
175.
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $ 12,433.35)
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account 	
Supervision  	
Princeton-Penticton  (weed eradication)
1,123.18
601.48
137.11
532.85
141.55
395.54
137.76
1,882.80
87.20
354.43
163.57
2,766.30
627.85
1,259.78
4,164.24
571.14
633.78
1,256.16
217.22
4,663.64
3,540.83
1,848.53
174.04
210.19
196.13
6,824.59
1,506.08
12,700.00
2,290.60
4,723.19
2,447.83
4,797.60
9,624.00
$113,966.15 $227,910.15 $341,876.30
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Princeton-Hedley No. 1
Princeton-Hedley No. 2
Princeton-Hedley No. 4
Hedley-Keremeos  	
Marron Valley Junction-Oliver No. 2	
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain	
Penticton-Summerland 	
Penticton-Marron Valley Junction No. 1
Ashnola No. 1 	
Copper Mountain	
Copper Mountain (temporary bridge) 	
Five Mile-Princeton No. 1 	
Five Mile-Princeton No. 3 _
Hedley streets .
Oliver-Camp McKinney No. 1 	
Oliver-Camp McKinney No. 9	
Penticton-Green Mountain	
Summers Creek No. 5	
S.O.L. Project No. 7 (McDonald Bridge)
Wicks Bridge
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance
Total expenditure, Similkameen District	
$2,688,737.96
5,287.42
1,172.62
770.89
1,789.01
358.77
5,059.18
3,678.59
3,731.33
261.24
564.62
359.70
9,590.89
2,133.93
12,700.00
3,550.38
4,723.19
2,447.83
4,797.60
9,624.00
$278.50
877.05
335.92
1,948.86
354.57
1,196.10
3,241.01
174.58
1,014.83
1,496.46
4,565.69
798.25
278.30
423.45
413.90
985.10
276.54
727.65
550.00
716.89
1,251.40
341,876.30
21,905.05
$3,052,519.31
SKEENA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads
33a. Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing      $5,030.10
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Roads 	
Carried forward	
$5,030.10
$5,030.10 Q 160 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward  $5,030.10
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Reg. No.
97.   Anlaw Bridge over Skeena River on the Kispiox Valley Road
(Project No. 48)     $39,351.94
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges    39,351.94
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
173.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Skeena City-Terrace (Kwi-
nitsa Slide Diversion) (Project No. 32)      $4,458.64
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 4,458.64
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
173.    Skeena City-Terrace  $8,782.55 $22,859.83 $31,642.38
102. Terrace-Usk   1,485.97 9,179.35 10,665.32
33c Usk-Pacific   1,607.07 2,670.63 4,277.70
33b. Pacific-Kitwanga   4,296.32 5,502.06 9,798.38
33a. Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing   361.36 2,690.40 3,051.76
33.    Skeena Crossing-South Hazelton  230.07 3,906.34 4,136.41
32.   South Hazelton-Moricetown   1,046.26 6,514.24 7,560.50
91.    Moricetown-Smithers    1,730.75 14,034.25 15,765.00
77.    Smithers-Omineca Boundary   632.52 1,810.34 2,442.86
2.   Adams     38.16 161.99 200.15
1.    Amsbury   343.69 2,763.79 3,107.48
9.    Brauns Island  447.99 165.56 613.55
Bulkley Canyon       778.39 778.39
105.   Cedar River       342.67 342.67
17.    Cedarvale-Woodcock   227.18 634.72 861.90
116.   Cemetery (Terrace)   163.85      163.85
13.    Cronin     570.46 625.55 1,196.01
114. Dairy   203.17 196.37 399.54
23.    Driftwood   392.36 2,401.59 2,793.95
87.    Eby   359.91 652.31 1,012.22
60. Eckman       55.97 113.15 169.12
79.    Ferry (Terrace)   331.98      331.98
44. Frank     202.30      202.30
103. Glacier Gulch       459.52 459.52
30.    Glen Meadow-Salmon Creek  306.82 1,715.72 2,022.54
137.    Hazelton streets        474.39 474.39
35.    Hudson Bay Mountain   974.62 1,310.22 2,284.84
37.    Hynes Settlement   137.40 337.08 474.48
43.    Kalum     4,040.56 9,956.12 13,996.68
29.    Kalum street (south)  67.39 895.80 963.19
104. Kathlyn Lake (west side)  52.55 447.96 500.51
45. Keith   560.87 1,846.15 2,407.02
49.    Kispiox Valley  582.22 7,177.53 7,759.75
40.    Kitwanga Valley  1,551.73 4,970.67 6,522.40
Lakelse Avenue drainage      16,698.73 16,698.73
52.   Lakelse Lake   1,114.81 14,151.55 15,266.36
55.   Lakelse Lake Hot Springs  358.24 4,224.04 4,582.28
Lakelse Lake Shore  101.60 8,671.96 8,773.56
99.   Lanfere   145.95 701.09 847.04
61. McCabe    55.22 96.79 152.01
115. McConnell   43.35 1,113.70 1,157.05
58.    Maney   8.87 150.58 159.45
122.    Malkow   13.44 151.67 165.11
62. New Hazelton High Level   372.65 1,923.18 2,295.83
25.    Owens   69.18 744.41 813.59
109.    Palmeson   41.92 269.70 311.62
66.    Poplar Park  125.15 838.81 963.96
300.   Port Essington streets  304.21 2,217.59 2,521.80
7.    Remo    -  197.34 533.46 730.80
Carried forward     $34,735.98 $152,569.81 $187,305.79        $48,840.68 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q  161
Reg. No.
70.    Rosenthall ..
146.    Silver Standard Mine ..
92. Skeena West (north)...
93. Skeena West (south)...
Smithers-Babine Lake
19.    Snake 	
Swan 	
90.   Tatlow 	
107.   Telkwa High	
Tyler
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal       General Total
Brought forward     $34,735.98 $152,569.81 $187,305.79
86.   Usk streets 	
5Or. Smithers (arterial).
51r. Terrace (arterial ).
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit,  $7,512.14)
Plant and tools..,.	
Garage Account 	
District Engineer's residence 	
17.87
368.52
105.12
27.21
184.80
84.93
345.80
1,299.75
288.31
110.64
419.25
1,400.82
151.00
213.90
543.00
71.67
269.96
47,178.25
348.76
200.25
536.36
2,019.34
174.39
497.99
2,001.74
2,822.01
3,105.92
13,620.09
2,974.71
8,766.07
231.77
911.52
176.79
297.17
47,178.25
533.56
285.18
882.16
3,319.09
174.39
786.30
2,112.38
3,241.26
4,506.74
13,771.09
2,974.71
8,766.07
$39,540.00 $237,914.22 $277,454.22
$48,840.68
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
277,454.22
Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
58b. Smithers (secondary)
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Classified Highways
$1,578.62
1,578.62
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
361.
366.
362.
336.
32.
216.
31.
162.
364.
197.
250.
346.
39.
360.
347.
330.
369.
363.
359.
365.
358.
213.
147.
368.
286.
63.
90.
36.
102.
135.
113.
Agate 	
Antigonish
Basalt 	
Delta 	
Deep Creek
Devoin 	
Douglas 	
Doughty 	
Ecumsecum
Eliza 	
Evelyn 	
Exchamsiks
Four Mile ...
Igneous 	
Kasiks 	
Kitsumgallum 	
Kitwancool (Fifteen Mile)
Kyhex 	
Log Creek	
Merigonish 	
Phenocyst 	
Pontoon  	
Price 	
Schubinachie
Seven Mile ...
Spring Creek No. 1
Spring Creek No. 2
Sunny Point No. 9 ..
Tea Creek No. 2 ._.
Terrace 	
Three Mile	
Carried forward .
$460.51
424.11
385.31
437.77
225.39
1,591.15
244.65
276.00
385.31
154.99
194.56
152.07
559.31
385.31
167.56
550.59
181.43
616.81
419.94
385.31
385.31
172.41
229.63
385.31
948.63
419.71
467.01
228.65
688.04
154.33
789.41
$13,066.52     $327,873.52 Q 162 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward     $ 13,066.52      $327,873.52
Reg. No.
367.    Tignish   385.31
170.    Whisky Creek   168.37
124.    Williams Creek   9,990.46
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  2|006.36
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  25,617.02
Vote 239 (a)—Ferries
78. Cedarvale  $4,419.59
79. Copper City   4,'889!69
80. Hazelton     3,551.77
81. Kitwanga     4,414.3 3
82. Remo       2^832!82
83. Usk   6,258.66
84. Pacific    1.00
85. Kalum     67.97
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries   26,435.83
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
257.    Balsam Creek  $144.50
35.    Cronin Mine   1,247.75
277.    Dorreen-Fidler Creek  7,000.00
236.    Manson Creek  2,698.00
Silver Star Group  150.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  11,240.25
Total expenditure, Skeena District       $391,166.62
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
1. Twenty-ninth and Buckingham Avenues      $350.40 $350.40
2. Imperial Street            $43.00 2,138.33 2,181.33
3. Marine Drive          1,058.54 18,649.54 19,708.08
4. Theological roads    242.73 242.73
Chancellor and University Boulevards...      9,408.50 9,408.50
Garage Account       489.36 489.36
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
 (Credit, $4,019.53)
Plant and tools       824.12 824.12
$1,101.54    $28,083.45    $29,184.99
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  29,184.99
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District        $29,184.99
•VICTORIA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6: Buildings
Project No.
39-B-l.    Oakalla Prison Farm (alarm system and flood-lighting)  $291.15
1-B.       Sooke Lockup          3,004.40
Total, Capital Account, 1939—Buildings  $3,295.55
Carried forward .  $3,295.55 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 163
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward .  $3,295.55
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
Project No.
2-B.       Alberni New Government Building       $2,803.14
13-B.       Alert Bay (addition to police office and lockup)         1,712.31
23-B.       Burns Lake Court-house         2,716.13
Colony Farm, Essondale—
6-B-2. Extension to heating plant and sewage-disposal   $83,556.61
6-B-7. Fire-escape, Kitchen, and staff dining-room         1,624.00
6-B-10. Conversion of boiler plant for use of fuel-oil...        4,454.90
6-B-2. 220-bed unit        54,099.04
6-B-6. Erection of feed-barns and implement-shed...      10,174.61
     153,909.16
34-B.       School for Deaf and Blind (heating plant)  714.14
Essondale—
5-B-12. Crease Clinic (admission unit)   $104,826.73
5-B-l. Nurses' home     188,517.93
5-B-6. Additional roads          4,505.66
5-B-9. Airing-courts  ,         5,663.75
5-B-10. Power-house (installation of boiler and firing
equipment)          24,299.46
327,813.53
67-B.       Garage for Provincial Police cars, rear of Temporary Office Building No. 2, Superior Street         2,750.00
15-B.       Extension to King's Printer Building     $44,893.98
Purchase of equipment for King's Printer         1,158.26
New Westminster Mental Hospital—
7-B-l. Nurses' home . $987.26
7-B-2. 100-bed unit          19,521.32
46,052.24
       20,508.58
28-B.       Penticton Court-house         17,027.64
22-B.      Prince George Gaol  379.42
9-B-2.    Saanich Mental Hospital (laundrv equipment)         7,305.46
33-B-l.    Telegraph Creek Lockup   100.56
Tranquille—
10-B-2. Nurses' home and farm boarding-house     $43,677.20
8-B-2. Two farm cottages     13.29
8-B-3. Abattoir   832.40
       44.522.89
55-B.       Vancouver Court-house (new concrete vault)        16,554.86
25-B.       Vernon Home for Aged       35,827.81
Judges' awards—Admission Unit, Essondale—
Heating and ventilation contract (Leek & Co.,
Ltd.)         $ 1,682.94
General contract  (General Construction Co.,
Ltd.)           29,485.52
Electrical contract (J. H. McRae Co., Ltd.)...        1,329.43
32,497.89
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Buildings         713,195.76
Capital Account—" B.C.' Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
2-B. Alberni Court-house   $761.40
23-B. Burns Lake Court-house  279.85
49-B. Burns Lake (equipment-shed, garage, storage building)        20,046.38
50-B. Clinton (alterations to Government Agent's residence)   673.85
Colony Farm, Essondale—
6-B-6. Feed, storage, and equipment barns     $35,099.65
6-B-2. 220-bed hospital (equipment and furniture)....    108,107.68
6-B-4. Construction of two silos         1,138.79
144,346.12
9-B-6.    Colquitz Mental Hospital (electrification of kitchen)   2,240.38
65-B.       Creston Police Building and addition to Court-house       43,802.08
34-B.       School for Deaf and Blind, Vancouver (construction of boiler-
house)    , ..      72,281.69
Carried forward  $284,431.75      $716,491.31 Q 164 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (h): Buildings—Continued
Brought forward  $284,431.75      $716,491.31
Project No.
Duncan—
41-B. Duncan Police Building      $13,806.62
41-B-l. Duncan Court-house (alterations)          4,000.00
Essondale—
5-B-l.            Three 50-bed nurses' home units  $22,846.88
5-B-13.          Addition to fire-hall   31,876.99
5-B-20.          New boiler  566.50
17,806.62
55,290.37
43-B.       Green timbers Forest Rangers School  30,446.69
40-B.       Golden Police Building (addition and alterations)   3,019.90
56-B.       Garage and equipment-shed, Mile 36, Hope-Princeton Highway 109,754.50
57-B.       Langford Paint-shop     40,996.35
36-B.       Addition to Lillooet Court-house  47,051.87
59-B.       New Haven Borstal School (Director's residence)  8,943.55
New Westminster Mental Hospital—
7-B-2. 100-bed hospital   $123,676.70
7-B-l. Nurses' home  618.88
  124,295.58
39-B.       Oakalla Prison Farm (new cell block and alterations, including
two new boilers and extension of boiler-room)   88,707.39
64-B.       Ocean Falls Court-house   82,988.90
28-B.       Penticton Court-house   8,260.91
63-B.       Moving Police Annex, Elliot Street  5,357.17
58-B.       Pouce Coupe garage building  75,201.45
55-B.       Garage building, Princeton  67,085.51
46-B.       Quesnel Court-house  4,450.38
45-B.       Quesnel office building for Public Works Engineers  9,880.82
53-B.       Quesnel proposed garage   67,448.07
9-B-7.    Purchase of property, Saanich (Lots 1 and 9, Block 4, and Lots
5 and 6, Block 5)   140.00
42-B.      Squamish Lockup   4,172.90
33-B-l.    Telegraph Creek Lockup   16.60
24-B.       Terrace Home for Aged (purchase, alterations, and repairs to
hospital buildings)    96,246.22
8-B-2.    Tranquille Sanatorium (two farm cottages)   796.01
Tranquille Sanatorium—
10-B-2. Nurses' home and farm boarding-house     $24,893.72
10-B-5. Electric system        13,240.58
38,134.30
52-B.       Alterations to old Vernon Court-house  ___      14,021.10
38-B.       Veterans' Memorial Centre, Vancouver       21,811.12
Victoria—Annex Buildings to Parliament Buildings—
44-B. Temporary Office  Building No.  2,  Superior
Street       $31,206.38
Proposed Office Annex No. 3, Superior Street      93,718.30
     124,924.68
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Buildings      1,431,680.71
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (_):  Highways
136.    Construction of scale-houses and installation of highway weigh-scales     $2,279.36
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways  .  2,279.36
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
66-B. Abbotsford  general  office building   (construction,  equipment,
furniture, etc.)    $104,054.68
76-B.       Clinton Court-house addition   22.09
71-B.       Construction of eight-bay equipment-shed, Courtenay  10,138.68
75-B.      Police buildings at Cowichan Lake  1,300.00
79-B.      School for Deaf and Blind, Vancouver  288.07
5-B-l.    Three nurses' homes, Essondale (furniture, etc.)   56,613.09
Carried forward  $172,416.61   $2,150,451.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q 165
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings—Continued
Brought forward  $172,416.61   $2,150,451.38
Project No.
77-B.       Stockyard, storeroom, etc., at Floods  15.77
Hope-Princeton Highway—
56-B. Duplex       $30,246.58
56-B. Garage and equipment-sheds, Mile 36     119,528.86
149,775.44
15-B.      Addition to King's Printer Building, Victoria  13.77
70-B.      Construction of eight-bay equipment-shed, Pouce Coupe  48.42
78-B.       Police building at Pouce Coupe         6,500.00
72-B.       Construction of eight-bay equipment-shed, Quesnel         1,472.55
9-B-8.   New mental hospital, Saanich (preliminary work—roads, power,
water, etc.)   396.50
73-B.       Construction   of   eight-bay   combination   equipment-shed   and
garage, Vanderhoof       22,521.66
25-B-l.    Vernon Home for Aged (alterations and furnishings to provide
40 beds)        10,066.72
80-B.       Victoria Normal School (purchase of property described as Lot
1 of Section 27, Victoria)        12,000.00
68-B. Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir Building (purchase of property,
land, and building, north-west corner of Burrard and Melville)      200,495.00
62-B.       Permanent office building, Government Street, Victoria     403,823.64
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Buildings         979,546.08
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949, " Sec. 6 (c):
Equipment Fund
Equipment Fund .    $ 1,000,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Equipment Fund      1,000,000.00
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g): University
Applied Science Building .  $280,218.56
Biological Sciences Building     114,505.97
Women's Residence Building         2,197.31
Total, Capital Account, 1949—University        396,921.84
Capital Account—" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "
Agriculture—
Construction of additional greenhouse    $24,165.30
Addition to dairy barn       12,565.09
 ■    $36,730.39
Applied Science Building        57,317.54
Boiler and addition to power-house—
Addition to power-house    $36,997.17
Boiler-house and power plant (purchase and
installation)          14,856.03
Medical and Biological Sciences—
Biological  Sciences  Building  and  Pharmacy
Wing   $519,036.68
Ground services for area south of University
Boulevard          44,947.85
51,853.20
563,984.53
Preventive Medicine and Bacteriology Building, central section
and Wing "A"      98,788.92
Total, Capital Account, 1945—" B.C. University Loan Act "        808,674.58
Capital Account—" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Reg. No.                                                        .
22.    Purchase of steel   $223,707.86
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges          223,707.86
Carried forward    $5,559,301.74 Q 166 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
VICTORIA DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $5,559,301.74
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1944," Sec. 2 (a):
Gravel-crushing
Gravel-crushing  (Credit) $8.70
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,  1944," Sec.
2 (a):  Gravel-crushing (Credit) $8.70
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1944," Sec. 2 (c):
Buildings
Project No.
Architect's temporary assistance   $471.14
5-B-12. Essondale Admission Unit, Crease Building  184,306.32
7-B-9.    New Westminster Mental Hospital school building  7,157.01
31-B.      T.B. Hospital (purchase of property and advertising)  300.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropration Act,  1944," Sec.
2 (c):   Buildings          192,234.47
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Garages
Cloverdale garage (heating)        $6,763.79
Langford warehouse (heating)  ..         1,896.90
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec.
2 (a):   Garages  8,660.69
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Roads generally—Miscellaneous expenditures and materials  $288,275.63
Roads generally—Surfacing Engineer (Barrel Account)  374.50
Roads generally—Surfacing Engineer (Plant, Repair, and Rental Account)  (Credit)      $1,392.60
Roads generally—Locating Engineer (Plant, Repair, and Rental Account)  (Credit)      19,791.42
Car insurance  (Credit) 458.80
Payment of B.C. Power Commission re Brewster
Lake Road  (Credit)      25,000.00
$288,650.13
46,642.82
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         242,007.31
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Bridges generally     $26,871.14
Less Credits       34,121.67
Total, Vote 239 („)—Bridges:  Maintenance (Credit)      $7,250.53
Vote 239 (a)—Machinery
Purchase of machinery  $535,253.39
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Machinery        535,253.39
Total expenditure, Victoria District    $6,530,198.37
YALE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1932," Sec. 6 (b):  Surveys
Reg. No.
1.   Trans-Canada Highway (Alexandra Lodge-Boston Bar)          $263.59
Total, Capital Account, 1932—Surveys  $263.59
Carried forward  $263.59 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE Q  167
YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward  $263.59
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Surfacing
Reg. No.
1.   Trans-Canada Highway (Boston Bar)          $150.00
Total, Capital Account, 1935—Surfacing  150.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Trans-Canada Highway (American Creek-Choate Section) (Project No. 98)      $12,708.75
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Roads  12,708.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):
Hope-Princeton
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section A)
(Project No. 1)     $56,001.34
Total, Capital Account, 1943—Hope-Princeton  56,001.34
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):
Hope-Princeton
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton (Section A)
(Project No. 1)  $482,110.75
Total, Capital Account, 1946—Hope-Princeton        482,110.75
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Bridges
Trans-Canada Highway (Seventeen Mile Bridge Revision) (Project
82)      $35,846.96
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Bridges   35,846.96
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):   Surveys
1.   Trans-Canada Highway—
Cisco west  '    $2,072.42
Alexandra Lodge-Boston Bar (includes Tunnel Bridge Revi-
sion-Ferrabee Extension and Alexandra Lodge east)         2,894.29
Total, Capital Account, 1948—Surveys     4,966.71
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a): Highways
1.   Trans-Canada Highway—
American Creek-Choate Section (Project No. 98)   $30,000.00
Cisco west (Project No. 108)  146,600.68
Seventeen Mile Bridge Revision (Project No. 112)  97,749.50
Robbins Creek-Hells Gate Point (0.8 mile) (Project No. 137) 83,400.57
44.    Spences Bridge-Merritt (Miles 35-37) (Project No. 109)  18,300.00
70.   Merritt-Princeton (Miles 71-72) (Project No. 131)  30,000.00
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Highways         406,050.75
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Surveys
Trans-Canada Highway—
Alexandra Lodge-Boston Bar         $152.79
Yale-Alexandra   ,        9,670.45
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Surveys  9,823.24
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):
Paving (Hope-Princeton)
Hope-Princeton Highway (Project No. 156)   $293,897.55
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Paving (Hope-Princeton)        293,897.55
Carried forward     $1,301,819.64 Q 168 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1949-50
YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $1,301,819.64
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):
Contractors' Increases
Hope-Princeton Highway (Section A) (Project No. 1)     $18,190.42
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Contractors' Increases  18,190.42
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d):  Bridges
Hope Bridge (construction of new steel and concrete deck) (Project No. 62) .  $199,583.61
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Bridges         199,583.61
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e):  Culverts
Tunnel Bridge (replacement) (Project No. 105)  $265,447.43
Retaining-walls and fills on Fraser Canyon Section (Alexandra
Lodge east, Dutchman Bar, Lee McRae Corner, etc.) (Project
No. 152)        40,356.55
Total, Capital Account, 1949—Culverts        305,803.98
Capital Account—■" B.C. Highway Bridges Loan Act, 1947 "
Alexandra Bridge  (construction of steel deck and painting of
bridge)  (Project No. 65)     $23,976.36
Total, Capital Account, 1947—Bridges   23,976.36
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
1.   Trans-Canada Highway—
Lytton west (Project No. 24)  $2,050.35
Retaining-wall, Mile 180.4 (Project No. 56)  11,475.30
Seventeen Mile Bridge Revision (Project No. 112)  43,342.98
Floods Revision, Hedstrom Hill (Project No. 92)  80,000.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads        136,868.63
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
(Increases Awarded to Contractors)
Hope-Princeton Highway (Section A) (Project No. 1)     $10,628.33
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
(Increases Awarded to Contractors)  10,628.33
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal       General Total
1. Trans-Canada Highway      $72,690.06    $91,909.19 $164,599.25
2. Hope-Princeton Highway              61.78      11,602.97 11,664.75
8. Bear Creek               479.11 479.11
9. Blakeburn               39.00          267.66 306.66
11. Brookmere            1,132.13        1,659.52 2,791.65
12. Chaumox          1,881.52        1,219.33 3,100.85
14.   Coalmont         5,070.52      10,946.90 16,017.42
17.    Coldwater  .         1,295.37        1,690.10 2,985.47
25. Douglas Lake   786.30        1,544.20 •     2,330.50
26. Eight Mile                208.79 208.79
33.   Iron Mountain            404.58           131.92 536.50
35. Kamloops             5,213.16      14,182.67 19,395.83
36. Kane Valley             329.80           645.44 975.24
40.   Lauder             248.22           107.78 356.00
44. Spences Bridge         4,601.40      33,045.76 37,647.16
45. Loon Lake               1,152.42 1,152.42
46. Mamette Lake          1,463.67        1,529.49 2,993.16
Carried forward     $95,217.51 $172,323.25 $267,540.76   $1,996,870.97
\. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
Q 169
YALE DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 239 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward-
Snow-removal       General Total
$95,217.51 $172,323.25 $267,540.76   $1,996,870.97
55.
56.
64.
65.
70.
74.
76.
79.
82.
98.
99.
100.
102.
103.
Mill Creek ...
Minnie Lake
Penask Lake
Petite Creek .
Princeton  .....
Rice   	
Sunshine Valley
Tulameen River
Voght Valley ....
Othello 	
Landstrom  	
Haig Station
Kawkawa Lake (Lindgren) 	
Old Yale (Tom Berry) 	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Debit)
104.00 212.31
286.24 52.61
  1,461.55
661.28 344.76
8,233.06 17,288.66
48.00 384.44
113.22 244.79
40.00 796.33
286.50 270.51
1,504.96 985.87
33.50 691.89
56.64 231.19
  329.36
390.67 148.80
276.79 611.20
  4,696.82
  707.46
316.31
338.85
1,461.55
1,006.04
25,521.72
432.44
358.01
836.33
557.01
2,490.83
725.39
287.83
329.36
539.47
887.99
4,696.82
707.46
$107,252.37 $201,781.80 $309,034.17
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
309,034.17
51.
61.
65.
67.
69.
74.
75.
76.
79.
80.
81.
83.
84.
86.
88.
90.
91.
92.
102.
103.
104.
112.
113.
163.
242.
252.
253.
254.
261.
262.
281.
311.
312.
334.
357.
441.
Coquihalla
Hope
Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Choate 	
Emory Creek
Gordon 	
Flume 	
Clarke 	
Sawmill 	
Sailor Bar	
Overhead  	
Spuzzum 	
Swan 	
Tierney
Dutchman Bar
McRae 	
Sidehill 	
Palmer  	
LeNeve 	
Anderson   	
Stoyoma 	
Nine Mile	
Cisco 	
Tank Creek .....
Bear Creek	
Rattlesnake 	
Canford 	
Davidson 	
Sunshine Valley
Colletville  	
Middlesboro  	
Voght Street .....
Morton 	
Beaks 	
Patchett 	
Gulliford
Mosquito Creek Cattle Pass	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance..
Carried forward	
$237.01
741.82
204.17
246.12
537.11
178.91
188.20
379.83
6,066.70
446.90
511.12
762.77
468.03
661.96
410.49
1,164.08
1,099.97
279.98
440.34
182.25
510.89
1,257.79
731.46
873.80
228.03
751.98
450.11
217.36
872.99
640.87
1,239.31
276.66
220.77
562.40
286.24
248.60
2,597.36
27,174.38
$2,333,079.52 Q 170 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1949-50
YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward    $2,333,079.52
Vote 239 (a):  Ferries
Reg. No.
North Bend Aerial Ferry    $17,218.80
Total, Vote 239 (a)—Ferries  17,218.80
Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Trans-Canada Highway—
Lytton south  $65,074.06
Hope-Floods   3,410.47
Hope west   4,548.43
$73,032.96
Boston Bar      98,549.67
44.   Spences Bridge-Merritt      62,445.51
$234,028.14
Mixing Plant O-7-E (Yale, Lytton) (Credit)        4,596.49
Total, Vote 239 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways        229,431.65
Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Road to A & M Group  $6,000.00
El Alamein Mine  82.50
Bridge across Tulameen River to El Alamein Mine and Mount
Olivine placer properties  1,991.61
Galena Creek    200.00
Kelly Creek .  150.00
Total, Vote 201—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  8,424.11
Total expenditure, Yale District    $2,588,154.08
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiakmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1950
330-1150-3333  

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