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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1950-51
Pursuant   to   the   provisions   of   the
"Audit Act," Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1948
PRINTED by     ,
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951  To Colonel the Honourable Clarence Wallace, C.B.E.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of the
Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the "Audit Act," chapter 22,
R.S.B.C. 1948.
Respectfully submitted.
H. ANSCOMB,
Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance,
Victoria, 20th February, 1951. Victoria, 20th February, 1951.
The Honourable Herbert Anscomb,
Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative Assembly,
pursuant to the provisions of the "Audit Act," chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1948, as follows:—
(A) Statement of Treasury Board Overrulings (section 35).
(B) Statement of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their Appropriations (clause (b) oi section 36).
(C) Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations which did
not occur within the Period of the Account (clause (e) of section 36).
(D) Statement of Special Warrants issued (subsection (4) of section 24).
(E) Statement showing the Revenue and Expenditures for the First Nine Months
of the Present Fiscal Year, viz., from 1st April to 31st December, 1950 (clause (a) of
section 42):—
(1) Revenue.
(2) Expenditure (charged to Income).
(3a) Expenditure (charged to Loans).
(3b) Expenditure (charged to Revenue Surplus).
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. A. CRAIG, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT
(A)
treasury board overrulings
Nil KK 6
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
(B)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED
3 1st MARCH,  1950
Statement of Expenditures on Services which have exceeded their Appropriations from 1st April, 1949,
to 31st March, 1950, and for which Overexpenditure the Sanction of Parliament is required.
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
16
27
29
31
37
39
41
42
43
44
45
48
50
54
56
60
61
68
82
90
98
99
100
107
110
134
140
144
147
149
151
155
157
163
Legislation
Legislation..
Premier's Office
Premier's Office._
Department of Agriculture
] Boys' and Girls' Clubs. 	
| Incidentals and Contingencies _
Department of the Attorney-General
Attorney-General's Office -   	
Companies Office   	
Sheriffs' Offices _ _   	
Official Guardian   _ _ _
Supreme and County Courts  !  	
Offici al Stenographers  	
Motor-vehicle Branch  	
Provincial Police   	
Nelson County Gaol   	
Prince George Gaol ;  _.
Administration of Justice  :. 	
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds..	
Probation Office  _. 	
In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight and Express
Rates.—	
Department of Education
Minister's Office ...
Visual Education.
Summer Schools and Teacher-training .
Provincial Library	
Department of Finance
Minister's Office .
General Office	
Controlling and Audit Branch .	
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London	
Printing   Public   Accounts,   Revenue   Receipts,   Bonds,
Cheques, Estimates, etc... 	
Department of Fisheries
General Office .
Department of Health and Welfare
Central Office, District Nursing, and Social Service .
Office of the Deputy Minister   !
Burial of Indigents	
Social Allowances „  .	
Administration, Hospitalization, Social Allowances, etc.,
re Japanese Indigents.
Medical Services and Drugs, etc...
Industrial School for Girls	
Department of Labour
Minister's Office .  	
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Branch..
Carried forward  	
$190,900.00
33,060.55
13,848.80
5,000.00
18,900.00
30,506.30
53,621.77
5,163.64
136,567.16
38,065.54
482,782.32
1,718,897.03
27,412.26
46,526.76
179,500.00
124,650.23
30,005.00
20,000.00
16,624.00
38,991.78
35,912.00
55,678.95
14,580.00
76,986.65
141,109.06
1,674.97
15,000.00
36,302.00
90,033.57
10,474.00
12,000.00
3,961,000.00
125,491.65
850,000.00
43,868.76
11,245.38
90,467.68
1,782,847.81
$199,163.52 $8,263.52
34,598.45
13,922.66
5,428.14
18,903.61
31,119.34
56,590.02
5,321.40
142,745.93
39,514.95
541,903.39
1,748,762.04
30,583.58
48,590.50
197,926.78
132,178.23
32,093.87
39,071.89
16,771.81
39,973.50
36,073.66
55,816.68
14,618.41
80,633.44
150,597.35
5,089.33
36,950.67
102,101.47
11,210.05
15,282.31
4,033,551.15
129,479.81
948,724.10
45,217.27
11,471.68
93,799.69
$9,174,859.99
1,537.90
73.86
428.14
3.61
613.04
2,968.25
157.76
6,178.77
1,449.41
59,121.07
29,865.01
3,171.32
2,063.74
18,426.78
7,528.00
2,088.87
19,071.89
147.81
981.72
161.66
137.73
38.41
3,646.79
9,488.29
3,414.36
29,079.31    |       14,079.31
648.67
12,067.90
736.05
3,282.31
72,551.15
3,988.16
98,724.10
1,348.51
226.30
3,332.01
$392,012.18 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 7
Unprovided Items in Expenditure for Fiscal Year ended 3 1st'March, 1950—Continued
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
165
171
189
210
213
222
224
247
248
253
Brought forward..
Department of Lands and Forests
Minister's Office    _
Land Utilization Research and Survey-
Forest Research  	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
General Office.. 	
Civil Service Commission _
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments, Grants, etc.
In Aid of Resident Physicians, Medical Aid, etc	
Department of Public Works
I Steam-boiler Inspection   _	
| Electrical Energy Inspection   __.
Department of Trade and Industry
General Office     	
1,782,847.81
13,665.00
84,338.40
28,487.06
40,242.40
92,646.52
30,000.00
23,500.00
1.00
64,587.93
11,665.00
',171,981.12
,174,859.99
13,819.95
85,452.70
29,715.95
41,156.54
95,924.80
31,835.69
24,417.12
10,732.92
87,036.89
11,933.28
$9,606,885.83
$392,012.18
154.95
1,114.30
1,228.89
914.14
3,278.28
1,835.69
917.12
10,731.92
22,448.96
268.28
$434,904.71 KK 8
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
(C)
STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS CHARGED AGAINST 1950-51 APPROPRIATIONS
WHICH DID NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE PERIOD OF THE ACCOUNT
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
Amount
2
Mar., 1950 	
Empire Parliamentary Assn  	
Vancouver News-Herald	
$1,074.45
67.20
32
Mar.,1950 .,
Feb., 1950 ...	
Mar.,1950... _	
Jan., 1950	
Feb.,1950 	
May, 1949         _	
37(c)
42
88.80
H. W. Jordan . 	
Services 	
Car repair	
50.00
44
44
Aspol Motors, Ltd	
121.52
57.63
44
Bryant Motors, Ltd.	
Canadian General Electric - .,.
Crone Storage Co., Ltd  	
Dave's Garage, Ltd.... 	
Empire Motors, Ltd 	
W. L. Hartley	
19.42
44
Feb., 1950 .	
Jan.,1950 .. 	
June, 1949	
Mar., 1950   '
June, 1950	
Nov., 1949-Mar., 1950 ..
Dec, 1949	
Mar., 1950 ....... 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950.  ,.
Oct., 1949 	
Feb., 1950       	
37.10
44
44
44
44
44
Cartage 	
Gas   	
Repairs     _.
Services	
Supplies	
Cartage _
Water
91.80
11.84
12.25
175.00
19.49
44
44
Jeeves Bros. Transfer _	
30.00
30.00
44
44
Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir  	
W. R. Manchions & Co.          .   .
Supplies      	
Supplies	
17.89
738.09
44
Okanagan Telephone Co 	
RCA Victor Co., Ltd 	
51.65
44
Supplies 	
122.51
44
Mar., 1950       	
52.91
44
Mar., 1950.. 	
Apr-Sept., 1949-	
Oct.-Dec., 1949	
July, 1949
Transportation   	
Rental _ ....
Water 	
Supplies ._ „ .
23.00
44
44
44
Union Steamships, Ltd,  	
Municipality of Burns Lake 	
Whitaker & Revercomb, Ltd....	
Prince George and District Hospital    -
Gordon H. Jakel  	
James R. Chabot _ 	
Allan Giles    	
J. W. Lewis      	
Dr. R. G. D. McNeely  _
32.00
24.00
19.04
48
Sept., 1949 	
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950...
Dec, 1949 .....  	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950... _	
Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950  	
Feb., 1950  	
Aug., 1949-Feb., 1950 ...
Jan.-Mar., 1950.	
Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950        .	
May, 1949-Mar., 1950....
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950  	
Mar., 1950    	
July, 1949-Jan., 1950 _
June, 1949-Mar., 1950...
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950...
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Jan.-Feb., 1950 ..-	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Aug., 1949-Mar., 1950
Nov., 1949-Jan., 1950
Aug.-Nov., 1949
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950 ...
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950-
Nov.-Dec, 1949 .
171.70
49 (c)
165.37
50
50
52
52
54
Travelling expenses	
Travelling expenses	
Rental	
Professional services
Bounties 	
24.80
12.00
15.00
25.00
189.00
54
F. C. Stewart	
100.00
58
72(c)
72(c)
72(c)
A. N. Ryttersgaard    ~	
Blackburn Refrigeration..	
Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir  	
Walls & Bradshaw   	
Travelling expenses
Repairs 	
Supplies 	
46.30
229.99
31.33
36.43
98
109
National Cash Register Co  	
Supplies _  	
15.10
39.37
130
131
134 (d)
134 (d)
Brett's (Lillooet), Ltd	
Dr. T. H. Patterson  	
Supplies 	
Stamps    	
Professional services
Professional services	
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
Professional services
28.51
10.00
28.00
Dr. H. D. Berner     .—  '  	
47.00
134 (d)
24.00
134 (d)
68.00
134 (d)
134 (d)
Drs. Greene and Macdonald.—	
72.00
18.00
134 (d)
134 (d)
134 (d)
Dr. R. M. Heffelfinger _	
Dr. L. W. Kergin	
Dr. W. S. Kergin   ' .
25.00
29.00
81.00
134 (d)
54.00
134 (d)
24.00
134 (d)
Drs. R. W. and C. G. Patton   —
77.00
134 (d)
134 (d)
Prince George Clinic 	
Dr. F. H. Prouse ...	
43.00
35.00
134 (d)
Feb., 1950 .. 	
Aug., 1949	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950   .
Mar., 1950       	
20.00
134 (d)
142
Vernon Clinic ...    —	
Acme Motors, Ltd „;,  	
J. F. Edge-Partington 	
General Auto Sales, Ltd.  	
Gosling Ellis Truck Lines	
Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir	
Miss Kate McRae    -	
Rupert Motors, Ltd 	
Sundry persons       	
15000
38.91
142
142
Travelling expenses	
Supplies	
Cartage 	
Supplies 	
Travelling expenses	
53.90
20.25
142
Mar., 1950  	
18.00
142
Mar., 1950     	
60.29
142
Mar., 1950.- _	
29.20
142
Feb., 1950  	
Jan., 1950   -
Jan., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Jan., 1950
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950...
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950—
Feb., 1950 „., . ..
Mar., 1950...  _..
Feb., 1950
61.83
142
142
Transportation    	
Transportation.   	
Funeral expenses
Funeral expenses	
Social allowance	
69.15
41.52
144
144
District of Burnaby  .	
110.00
139.30
146
1,003.51
146
426.08
146
146
Kurt Lindner 	
SuDplies .   	
Social allowance 	
Supplies   	
20.00
71.34
146
20.00 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 9
Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations—Continued
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
Amount
146
146
146
146
146
146
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
Feb., 1950 ..-.
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950.
Mar., 1950-	
Nov., 1949-Mar., 1950
Aug.-Dec, 1949	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950 _
Feb.-Mar., 1950.	
Feb.-Mar., 1950..	
Mar., 1950	
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Nov., 1949-Mar., 1950
Mar., 1950 _
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950. 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950. 	
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950.
Jan., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950  -.	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950.  _
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950 ■.
Mar., 1950	
Dec, 1949-Jan., 1950..
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950 	
Mar., 1950.	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950...	
Oct., 1949-Mar., 1950
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Oct., 1949. 	
Jan., 1950	
Oct., 1949-Mar., 1950
Dec, 1949-Feb., 1950..
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950  	
Oct., 1949-Mar., 1950..
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950 —
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Jan., 1950 	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 __
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950  	
July, 1949-Mar., 1950
Pioneer Store 	
Mrs. T. Rezansoff 	
R. S. Sargent, Ltd	
Province of Saskatchewan..
J. H. Smith, Ltd 	
City of Vancouver 	
Baal's Drug Store	
Ballentyne's Pharmacy..	
Dr. R. C. Bamford 	
Bill's Taxi 	
Drs. Blades and Hogg-
Boomer Drug __ 	
Brandly's Drug Store-
Brown's Prescription Pharmacy, Ltd..
Burrard Drugs, Ltd  	
Columbia Drug Co._
Courtenay Volunteer Fire Dept-
City of Cranbrook	
Creston Pharmacy	
G. C. F. Dalziel  	
Dawson Creek Pharmacy	
Donaldson's Drugs..	
City of Duncan	
Ellam's Pharmacy	
Corp. of Esquimalt	
Fisher Drug Co., Ltd	
Dr. T. W. Fletcher -
Forsythe Pharmacy—	
Fraser Drug Co	
Ganges Pharmacy.—	
C. G. Glover 	
Dr. T. J. Hackie	
Dr. M. L. Halperin _.
Harcus Drug Stores, Ltd—
Hedley Drug Store _
J. L. Higginbotham	
M. R. Hodgson 	
Dr. G. H. Hoehn 	
Houghland Drug Store..
J. A. Huffman	
Hynes' Drug Store..
Imperial Optical Co., Ltd...
Irving's Drug Store. 	
Jay's Pharmacy	
W. A. Jones Drug Store	
Keller's Drug Store	
Kennedy Drug Co	
Dr. L. C. Kindree	
Norma D. Kindree. -
King's Daughters' Hospital.
City of Ladysmith	
Lang's Drug Store..
Laver's Drug Store—	
London Drug Store _ 	
McCue's Drug Store	
Macdonald's Prescriptions..
McGill & Orme, Ltd 	
Drs. McHaffie and Beevor-Potts..
MacKay's Prescriptions	
John McLay.  	
McLean Drugs  	
Moran Drug Store	
H. K. Naruse   	
Nolan Drug & Book Store.
Orme's Drugs.
Osoyoos Drug Store	
Prescriptions Optical Co..
Princeton Mortuary	
Richmond Rexall Drugs...
Township of Richmond	
Riverside Pharmacy	
Dr. Thomas E. Roberts	
Dr. D. B. Ryall _	
Dr. H. B. Smith 	
Miss Mary Jane Smith..
Dr. William D. Smith ..
Supplies „ _
Board	
Social allowance	
Social allowance	
Supplies	
Social allowance	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Services	
Transportation.-	
Professional services
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Services	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Services 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Services  	
Supplies 	
Services	
Supplies	
Services 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Services  	
Services - 	
Services	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Services _
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Transportation	
Supplies	
Services. -
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Services	
Transportation 	
Hospitalization	
Services— 	
Supplies..  	
Supplies   —
Supplies...	
Supplies	
Supplies   _
Supplies— 	
Services	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies  	
Supplies _—	
Services  —
Supplies	
Supplies	
Suppl ies 	
Supplies	
Services	
Supplies	
Services.,	
Supplies	
Services 	
Services  	
Services  	
Transportation 	
Services 	
$15.45
34.00
15.00
205.85
25.00
1,818.45
248.56
15.19
14.00
34.00
50.00
15.39
55.40
438.32
17.10
31.73
20.00
28.05
582.81
112.50
185.81
124.50
10.40
55.44
58.00
157.95
15.00
31.59
18.63
99.85
20.00
75.00
12.00
31.58
41.13
10.00
35.00
12.95
130.09
17.50
13.41
380.79
92.75
11.79
29.80
91.80
151.96
15.00
10.05
156.75
30.40
224.24
233.32
49.63
20.25
22.37
79.74
28.00
44.06
10.00
47.78
48.35
90.00
15.53
343.52
56.04
45.10
21.50
322.17
25.00
81.10
27.16
10.80
15.00
20.85
297.00 KK 10 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations—Continued
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
Amount
150
Mar., 1950    	
Speck's Pharmacy       .. 	
Supplies —.	
$230.40
150
Feb   Mar   1950
77.54
150
Jan. Feb., 1950
Harold S. Timberlake     ....
Drs. Underhill, Anderson, and Rankine ...
Vancouver General Hospital	
Vancouver Heights Pharmacy— —	
Services   	
25.00
150
Feb.-Mar., 1950
15.00
150
150
150
July-Nov., 1949. _	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950    	
Services   	
Supplies 	
Supplies —  	
Clothing — - -
Maintenance of children
Maintenance of children
Allowance  	
Clothing    	
Maintenance of children
Clothing—  	
Clothing - 	
Clothing -  .
Services...  ~  ..
Clothing'.  	
Clothing  —	
Clothing.. _	
Clothing     	
Exoenses 	
Clothing 	
274.00
414.26
20.79
Feb. Mar., 1950
79.62
151 (6)
Mar., 1950    .     	
123.01
151 (6)
151 (fi)
Nov., 1949-Mar., 1950...
Mar., 1950               	
Jean Burns Ladies' Wear  	
Children's Aid Society of Vancouver	
Chong Wah   	
30.40
13.50
151 (fi)
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Nov., 1949-Mar., 1950
Feb., 1950      _	
45.49
151 (fi)
181.77
151 (6)
14.06
151 (fi)
Mar., 1950             	
Rex Cox Men's Wear     _ 	
Dency Smith Shop    -
Dr. G. A. Drennan 	
T. Eaton Co., Ltd.      ...   	
18.27
151 (fi)
151 (6)
151 (6)
151 (6)
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950  .
Sept., 1949-Mar., 1950 ...
Mar., 1950 ...  	
18.23
61.00
118.84
21.27
151 (6)
Jan., 1950	
Fumerton's, Ltd.	
49.55
151 (6)
Oct., 1949-Jan., 1950
Jan.-Mar., 1950 '
Mar., 1950 	
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950 ...
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950...
Mar., 1950                 .
37.91
151 (fi)
151 (6)
Hollywood Sanitarium, Ltd	
15.52
30.64
151 (fi)
151 (fi)
Hudson's Bay Co  -	
Clothing     — 	
Maintenance of children
Maintenance of children
Clothing   	
Clothing 	
Clothing   	
Supplies   	
Maintenance of children
Maintenance of children
Clothing   	
Services 	
Clothing    - 	
167.17
281.66
151 (6)
30.75
151 (6)
Feb.-Mar., 1950 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950   	
Sept., 1949-Jan., 1950.....
Sept., 1949-Feb., 1950—
Feb.-Mar., 1950
Feb., 1950             	
15.40
151 (6)
151 (fi)
151 (6)
151 (6)
Ladies' Specialty Shoppe	
Laver's Department Store	
Lightbody's, Ltd. ..     —
17.18
24.76
16.24
42.00
151 (fi)
McCallum's Red & White     	
28.76
151 (fi)
Feb.-Mar., 1950...	
Nov., 1949-Mar., 1950
Jan   Mar , 1950
14.30
151 (fi)
23.50
151 (6)
Marie's Ladies'Wear   	
Drs. R W. and C. G. Patton              	
31.15
151 (6)
Mar   1950
54.00
151 (fi)
Mar., 1950
City of Penticton                   _ —
Penticton Stationery Store  	
Maintenance of children
Supplies    	
Supplies   .                  . ..
Maintenance of children
Maintenance of children
Services        —.   	
Maintenance of children
Hospitalization
Maintenance of children
Clothing  —
32.60
151 (6)
151 (6)
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950   	
16.54
20.55
151 (6)
151 (6)
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950...
Mar., 1950          . 	
Department of Public Welfare	
Township of Richmond 	
253.00
414.66
151 (fi)
June-Oct., 1949 ... _
Oct., 1949-Mar., 1950
Oct., 1949            	
73.00
151 (6)
350.19
151 (6)
St. Eugene Hospital   	
District of Saanich _. 	
25.00
151 (6)
151 (6)
Nov., 1949-Mar.,1950 ....
Feb. Mar., 1950
130.21
11.79
151 (fi)
Mar   1950
18.90
151 (6)
Mar.  1950
Shields & Co., Ltd   _	
J. H. Smith, Ltd.    — _.	
Clothing 	
Clothing -  	
16.28
151 (fi)
Feb.-Mar., 1950. 	
Aug.-Nov., 1949	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar.  1950           	
13.17
151 (6)
Dr. William D. Smith .
38.00
151 (6)
V. C. Stordy	
Clothing   	
Maintenance of children
Services  	
Clothing	
111.05
151 (fi)
71.43
151 (fi)
151 (fi)
Oct., 1949-Mar., 1950 ...
Mar., 1950    	
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950 ..
Jan., 1949-Mar., 1950
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950    	
Dec, 1949 ~	
Jan., 1950           	
Dr. C. E. Toll    .    	
Trites-Wood Co., Ltd	
17.00
14 39
151 (fi)
Mamtenance of children
Maintenance of children
Travelling expenses
Allowance 	
Supplies   	
1,820.08
158.20
151 (fi)
158
J. A. Ward Bell
29.51
161
171
172
Mrs. F. Eaton    	
Department of Mines and Resources . ~
45.00
23.76
320 48
172
Mar.  1950
Victoria Photo Supply, Ltd.  	
Hughes-Owen Co., Ltd  	
Letson & Burnee, Ltd.             ._ 	
99 58
180
Mar., 1950 	
Jan.-Mar., 1950 _	
Sept., 1949  	
167 17
180
180
Services . 	
Supplies   	
Services  —
372.45
11.33
184
Nov., 1949    	
B.C. Electric Railway Co •
1,496.89
24.10
184
Mar., 1950   	
Kelly, Douglas & Co., Ltd.     	
B.C. Drugs Ltd.
221
Feb. Mar., 1950
Drugs	
Allowance  	
96 62
221
Mat., 1950 -	
Miss D. V. Griffiths   —.       _	
McLennan, McFeely & Prior	
Canadian National Railways 	
E. Howard McEwen, M. D  	
Miss Elizabeth Clark
American Society of Testing Materials
195.00
221
Mar., 1950  -   	
20.12
228 (fi)
Mar., 1950    - ■
Transportation 	
Services 	
Expenses 	
139 62
228 (c)
May, 1950 	
320 00
230 (fi)
232
Mar., 1950 .	
Feb., 1950 —  . 	
Dec, 1949  	
114.35
13.13
232
Travelling expenses
Travelling expenses
Parts   	
29.17
232
Sept., 1949
Kootenay Hotel 	
Speedway Service & Garage —	
14 65
232
Sept., 1949	
15.22 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 11
Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations—Continued
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
233
233
233
233
233
233
233
233
234
234
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
235
236
236
236
236
236
236
236
236
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 (a
237 («
237 (a
237 (a
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Dec, 1949	
Oct., 1949	
Nov., 1949.. 	
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
July, 1949-Apr., 1950.
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950	
Oct.-Nov., 1949	
Jan. 1950  _	
Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950 	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950	
Nov.-Dec, 1949 .
Feb.-Mar., 1950..
Jan., 1950	
Jan., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Oct., 1950	
Mar., 1950.	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Dec, 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Nov., 1949-Feb., 1950...
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950.
Mar., 1950	
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950 	
Apr.-Sept., 1949	
Jan.-Mar., 1950....	
Mar., 1950	
Oct., 1949 and Jan., 1950
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 .
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950.
Mar., 1950 	
Dec, 1949 and Mar.,
1950 	
Jan., 1950	
Jan.-Mar., 1950	
Jan., 1950-
Nov., 1949	
Mar., 1950	
Jan.-Mar., 1950..
Mar., 1950
Dec, 1949-Feb., 1950..
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950. 	
Mar., 1950	
Jan.-Feb., 1950.
Mar., 1950.	
May, 1949	
B.C. Electric Co., Ltd	
Canadian General Electric.
Champion's, Ltd  	
W. Freeman & Son —
Hickman-Tye Hardware Co., Ltd.
Wm. N. O'Neil  _	
C. C. Snowdon  -
Walter Walker & Sons, Ltd 	
Kirk Coal (Victoria) Co	
City of Victoria   	
A. P. Andersen's Lumber Yard, Ltd.
T. H. Berreth      _ _
B. C. Electrx Railway Co. —
Butler Tire, Ltd.
Cariboo Transportation Co.
J. A. Chandler 	
Village of Creston  	
Village of Dawson Creek -
Deither's, Ltd. .._	
General Paint Corp 	
Goaling Ellis Truck LineS-
Haberlin Nurseries   	
H. G. Hamilton
Hickman-Tye Hardware Co., Ltd	
E. B. Horsman & Son, Ltd. 	
Hume & Rumble, Ltd  —_	
Bill Hendren
interior Plumbing & Heating Supplies.
International Varnish Co. _  	
LaFrance Fire Engine & Foamite, Ltd..
L. A. S. Morrison ..  	
Rupert Radio & Electric  _	
Mrs. Frank Schmidt  - _
Sigurdson Millwork Co ;	
Swift Canadian Co., Ltd 	
Vancouver Iron Works, Ltd	
Van Home Electric Supply —	
Westminster Welding Co	
G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd.— -
R. C. Cox  	
Ker & Stephenson, Ltd..
Laver's 	
J. Milton, Ltd  _	
Pemberton Valley Dyking District-
Pygmy Recreations, Ltd 	
Union Steamships, Ltd	
View Royal Community Assn..	
Ace Garage   	
Alma Services 	
Auto Radiator & Lamp Co..
Thomas Baker.- —	
Barr & Anderson (Interior), Ltd..
Fred Beach- 	
Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Ltd-
B.C. Concrete Co., Ltd	
B.C. Electric Co., Ltd	
B.C. Power Commission..
B.C. Telephone Co	
District of Burnaby..
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.,
Canadian Industries, Ltd.
Ltd..
Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd...
Canadian National Railways.	
Canadian Pacific RaMway
Chilliwack Dyking District Board_
C. W. Clingwall Estate .
Comox Logging & Railway Co.  	
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. of
Canada, Ltd  	
City of Courtenay-	
Crane, Ltd.   -	
H. V. Darling. _ — _
Roy Davis  	
H. Deering.
Dingwall Electric	
F. A. Dobbin & Sons .
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Supplies —-	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Water	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Electricity	
Supplies	
Services 	
Services 	
Fuel, etc 	
Taxes, etc	
Supplies 	
Supplies	
Services 	
Supplies - -.
Repairs _ 	
Supplies	
Supplies - 	
Supplies . 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies '.	
Supplies 	
Pay-list -	
Services- -	
Services 	
Supplies- -	
Supplies 	
Supplies..	
Supplies..	
Services.. 	
Supplies  -.
Rental... 	
Rental 	
Rental	
Rental— 	
Rental	
Rental	
Rental 	
Rental	
Supplies —	
Repairs —  :
Labour. 	
Pay-list 	
Supplies — -.
Material _.	
Supplies	
Supplies  	
Supplies	
Labour 	
Services —
Services	
Supplies	
Supplies. 	
Supplies 	
Freight 	
Snow-removal __
Services..	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Labour.- 	
Services 	
Supplies  -	
Land-rent 	
Supplies	
Supplies  -
Labour	
Rental of tractor
$46.13
100.25
199.00
533.25
39.44
203.49
196.26
39.40
145.53
20.22
475.00
690.18
65.41
18.54
10.00
800.00
11.40
125.13
52.40
10.93
141.89
35.00
35.67
234.60
476.97
474.39
108.40
24.89
85.32
41.24
32.38
,832.70
15.00
88.70
222.00
807.99
304.18
346.74
119.30
195.00
198.81
200.00
61.90
60.00
163.99
175.00
15.00
26.83
12.04
160.04
10.29
122.06
16.51
608.59
177.19
154.12
67.02
817.69
41.92
41.06
215.27
147.41
340.44
291.20
510.66
121.75
918.98
37.73
13.94
99.94
150.00
414.00
262.50
486.00
550.00 KK 12 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations—Continued
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
Amount
237 (a)
Nov., 1949	
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd	
Douglas Tire Service, Ltd 	
A. C. Emory  	
Supplies 	
Repairs.—	
Supplies 	
Supplies  	
Supplies - -	
Labour- 	
$12.08
237 (a)
Jan. Mar., 1950       	
85.62
237 (a)
237 (a)
Mar., 1950— 	
Sept., 1949  	
Mar., 1950
175.51
23.88
237 (fl)
Finning Tractor & Equipment Co., Ltd
1,779.07
237 (a)
Mar., 1950- -	
Mar , 1950
70.00
237 (a)
Fulford Lumber Co., Ltd 	
15.08
237 (a)
Feb   Mar., 1950
Services	
41.20
237 (a)
Aug., 1949  —-	
Mar., 1950. 	
Mar., 1950                	
42.80
237 (a)
237 (a)
M. M. Gunderson 	
E. B. Henniger Co., Ltd	
Hester's Service Station	
Geo. H. Hewitt Co. - .	
Expenses 	
Cement ~	
Supplies  	
Supplies 	
Gasoline 	
28.60
234.32
237 (n)
Feb. Mar., 1950
46.90
237 (n)
Mar   1950
18.85
237 (a)
237 (o)
June, 1949-Mar., 1950 ...
May, 1949-Mar., 1950 —
Mar., 1950                  	
Home Oil Distributors  	
203.98
44.55
237 (a)
Imperial Oil. Ltd  	
International Harvester Co. of Canada,
Ltd        ..
Kelowna Motors, Ltd.	
B.A. Leask —  	
Lillooet Cartage Co   -	
Village of Lytton   .    	
McColl Frontenac Oil Co	
Services 	
Supplies	
Rental 	
Services  	
252.53
237 (fl)
Mar., 1950 	
237 (fl)
Mar., 1950 	
2,090.98
30.71
237 (a)
Mar., 1950 .      _...
15.00
237 (a)
Mar., 1950  	
Mar., 1950 —
24.84
237 (a)
Services 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Supplies 	
Services —  - .
Supplies 	
Travelling expenses	
Lumber  	
Pay-list 	
16.00
237 (a)
Jan.-Mar., 1950 	
Dec, 1949
Apr., 1949-Mar., 1950 ...
Mar., 1950
239.53
237 (a)
237 (fl)
Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir 	
54.36
126.50
237 (a)
S. H. Marriott    	
44.00
237 (a)
Feb., 1950   	
Mar., 1950  	
Mar., 1950
27.42
237 (fl)
11.25
237 (fl)
D. B. Merry Lumber Co., Ltd 	
622.43
237 (a)
Dec, 1949
20.53
237 (a)
Feb., 1950
Supplies 	
90.94
237 (n)
Mar., 1950
95.57
237 (fl)
Mar., 1950
Services	
Supplies  	
Supplies 	
58.21
237 (a)
Oct., 1949  	
Dec, 1949                 	
15.40
237 (a)
10.73
237 (a)
July, 1949 ...   —	
Dec, 1949-Mar., 1950 .
Mar., 1950 . 	
Oct.,   1949,   and   Jan.,
1950	
87.50
237 (a)
Express  	
46.15
237 (a)
47.35
237 (fl)
Oueen Citv Fuel Co., Ltd 	
Supplies —	
Travelling expenses-	
Supplies. 	
Supplies	
62.05
237 (a)
Jan., 1950
12.50
237 (a)
237 (n)
Mar., 1950  	
Mar., 1950
Railway & Power Engineering Corp., Ltd.
RCA Victor Co., Ltd    ..
72.51
50.20
237 (fl)
Seot.-Oct., 1949	
Mar., 1950
307.35
237 (o)
87.84
237 (fl)
Mar., 1950  	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950 	
Jan., 1950
38.25
237 (fl)
104.00
237 (a)
Stanley V. Shayler	
Services -	
Repairs 	
Asphalt  	
38.00
237 (fl)
48.06
237 (a)
Nov., 1949 	
Jan., 1950  —	
Feb., 1950  	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950 .
12.18
237 (fl)
H. Skelton   	
150.00
237 (a)
237 (fl)
237 (fl)
Skillcraft Woodworks — 	
J. E. Spence	
Squamish Towing & Contracting Co., Ltd.
Supplies  	
Services  .
53.01
128.00
790.50
237 (a)
Mar.. 1950
Repairs  	
55.16
237 (a)
May-Sept., 1949  "...
July, 1949-Jan., 1950.-
Feb.-Mar., 1950      	
Standard Oil Co. of B.C 	
269.26
237 (a)
Supplies  	
Gravel  	
Supplies. -
Supplies    	
Supplies.   	
19.87
237 (a)
546.67
237 (a)
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950.             	
18.90
237 (a)
10.05
237 (a)
Mar., 1950
10.89
237 (a)
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950
1,762.00
237 (fl)
City of Trail	
270.90
237 (n)
Mar., 1950
Unemployment Insurance Commission....
Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage
103.93
237 (a)
Jan.-Mar., 1950 .; 	
Mar., 1950	
Services 	
465.62
237 (a)
86.52
237 (fl)
Feb., 1950	
Supplies	
76.06
237 (a)
Aug., 1949.              	
19.13
237 (a)
June, 1949. 	
78.23
237 (6)
Sept., 1949	
Services	
1,037.04
14.32
237 (fi)
Oct., 1949—	
Apr.-Dec, 1949	
Mar., 1950 ._.__	
Nov., 1949 	
Standard Oil Co.  -    	
238
700.00
240
Supplies	
Gravel 	
2,912.26
701.94
243
Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd -  	 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  J 950-51 KK 13
Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations—Continued
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
Amount
243
243
243
243
243
247
247
247
247
B.C.L.A. /43,
Sec. 6 (fi)
Ditto
B.C.L.A./46,
Sec. 6 (6)
Ditto
B.C.L.A./49,
Sec. 6 (6)
Ditto
B.C.L.A./49,
Sec. 6 (d)
Equip. Fund
Ditto
Fraser River
Bridge Acct.
Ditto
H.D.A.,
Sec. 4 (d)
H.D.A.,
Sec. 5 (a)
Ditto
H.D.A.,
Sec. 5 (c)
Ditto
Mar., 1950 	
Feb.-Mar., 1950.	
Mar., 1950-	
Jan. and Mar., 1950..
Nov., 1949, and Mar
1950 	
Jan. and Mar., 1950..
Mar., 1950.	
Mar., 1950	
Feb., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Sept., 1949 	
Mar., 1950 _	
Dec, 1949	
Jan., 1950	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950 ..._..	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950— —
Oct., 1949	
Mar., 1950 	
Feb., 1950	
Jan., 1950	
Mar., 1950.
Jan., 1950..
Mar., 1950.
Mar., 1950.
Mar., 1950 .
Mar., 1950..
Jan., 1950...
Mar., 1950.
Feb., 1950-
Feb., 1950..
Mar., 1950 .
Mar., 1950..
Dec, 1949-
Mar., 1950.
Mar., 1950..
Mar.
Jan.-
Mar.
Aug.
Mar.
Sept.
Dec.
Mar.
Aug.
Jan.,
Mar.
Sept.
Sept.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.-
Feb.-
Mar,
Mar.
Mar,
Feb.
Dec.
Mar.
, 1950	
-Mar., 1950..
, 1950. 	
, 1949	
, 1950.. ....
, 1949	
, 1949	
, 1950.	
, 1949	
1950	
, 1950 	
, 1949-Mar., 1950-
, 1949-Mar., 1950-
, 1950-	
, 1950	
, 1950. 	
, 1950	
-Mar., 1950.	
-Mar., 1950—	
, 1950	
, 1950	
, 1950- 	
-Mar., 1950	
1949-Mar., 1950-
, 1950 -	
Dec, 1949..
Dec, 1949..
Butcheteria  	
Canadian Pacific Railway	
Cranbrook Foundry & Machine Shops
Motor Car Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd,
Standard Oil Co. of B.C. .....
Columbia Motors, Ltd 	
Imperial Oil, Ltd 	
Standard Oil Co. of B.C '.	
Storey & Campbell, Ltd.. 	
Fleck Bros., Ltd  	
B.C. Electric Railway Co.	
B.C. Telephone Co   	
Gault Bros., Ltd  	
Metal Craft Co., Ltd   	
Albion Lumber & Millwork ._
Canadian General Electric -
Gault Brothers, Ltd..	
Gordon & Belyea, Ltd	
Imperial Oil, Ltd. 	
Johnstone & Michiel, Ltd.
CarlPohle 	
Stafford Industries, Ltd 	
J. & M. Truck Equipment	
United Furniture Co., Ltd..	
Barr & Anderson (Interior), Ltd.,
McLennan, McFeely & Prior-
Vancouver Barge Transportation, Ltd.,
Van Home Electric Co	
W. A. McCaffery Excavating	
Auto Radiator & Lamp Co	
Fleck Bros., Ltd  	
Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir..
Standard Garage 	
Terrace Blacksmith Shop	
Canadian General Electric	
H. M. Eddie & Sons, Ltd.
J. McCormack	
City of New Westminster-
Shell Oil Co. of Canada —
Armco Drainage & Metal Products of
Canada, Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co., Ltd	
J. Bauer  	
Branch Hotel  	
B.C. Electric Railway Co	
B.C. Telephone Co	
N. H. Campbell.  	
Comox Logging & Railway Co.. _.
Mrs. Grace Dansey	
Dawson, Wade & Co., Ltd	
Dominion Construction Co	
J. G. Fraser, Ltd    	
General Construction Co  	
Gladwell Motors, Ltd 	
Kamloops Indian Agency	
Clifford R. Kopas... 	
P. F. Law Construction, Ltd	
W. A. McCaffery Excavating	
C. G. McMynn	
Monte Lake Store  	
Benny Morgan	
Standard Service Station	
Stewart & Hudson, Ltd.. 	
West Kootenay Power & Light	
C. H. E. Williams Co., Ltd 	
Aerocrete Construction Co. (B.C.), Ltd...
B.C. Electric Railway Co.— 	
N. Franks Construction- 	
Board-
Freight -
Gravel -
Gravel...
Gasoline-
Supplies ..
Gasoline..
Gasoline-
Supplies—
Supplies...
Labour	
Labour  ,
Supplies,-	
Supplies —	
Supplies 	
Supplies- -	
Supplies-	
Supplies _
Supplies 	
Supplies —	
Supplies	
Supplies 	
Rental of Truck-
Supplies	
Supplies	
Supplies .
Services ..
Supplies.
Supplies.
Labour.—
Supplies-
Supplies..
Repairs....
Services...
Supplies-
Supplies.	
Supplies	
Meter-rentals ..
Asphalt 	
Supplies	
LabouT	
Rental _
Rental	
Labour	
Moving poles-
Supplies —
Rental—	
Services 	
Labour 	
Board	
Supplies	
Labour	
Gasoline—	
Compensation
Services	
Services	
Services	
Rental 	
Supplies 	
Compensation
Services	
Supplies. ,
Labour	
Labour -
Services 	
Labour-
Supplies .
$112.26
235.75
293.56
27.10
212.80
46.76
49.55
27.18
18.36
239.08
40.24
1,979.18
216.98
1,024.85
382.63
277.25
3,301.89
1,089.20
12.15
994.63
18.19
62.44
100.00
102.57
33.22
435.41
11.42
46.98
345.82
76.50
80.30
29.97
233.93
20.69
202.35
88.22
43.06
195.00
13.75
9,129.10
2,903.07
40.00
420.00
2,282.56
1,207.77
173.11
653.48
195.00
367.31
220.42
474.50
1,406.80
33.98
2,081.20
257.50
236.90
560.00
77.10
66.26
400.00
12.05
26.53
2,503.25
325.25
300.40
75.89
261.53 KK 14 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
Statement of Payments charged against 1950-51 Appropriations—Continued
Vote No.
Date of Service
Name
Particulars
Amount
H.D.A.,
Sec. 5 (c)
Ditto
H.D.A.,
Sec. 5 (d)
Ditto
H.D.A.,
Sec. 6 (a)
Statutory
Statutory
S.W. 20
Mar., 1950— 	
Mar., 1950  -
Feb.-Mar., 1950—	
Feb.-Mar., 1950 —
Dec, 1949	
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 	
Jan.-Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950-  _
Feb.-Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950 _ -
Mar., 1950 	
Mar., 1950	
Mar., 1950  	
Dec, 1949 - 	
Sept., 1949, and Mar.,
1950          	
Sept., 1949 	
Nov., 1949 	
Mar., 1950  	
Feb., 1950.  	
Gateway Lumber Co., Ltd.
McLennan, McFeely & Prior..
Squamish Cafe.. 	
F. Stirling-   	
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Ltd.
Ace Garage.. 	
Emil Anderson Construction .
B.C. Telephone Co..
Campbell-Bennett, Ltd 	
Canadian National Railways-
G. S. Eldridge & Co., Ltd	
F. A. Gilbert	
Stewart & Hudson, Ltd	
Vanderspek's Transportation..
Westeel Products, Ltd 	
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators, Ltd.
Mrs. J. A. Verigin _  	
Lyster Mulvany	
Frank Smith -
Powell River Clinic.
Sundry accounts of $10 and under..
Supplies	
Supplies	
Board	
Supplies	
Supplies	
Gasoline	
Services	
Services	
Labour	
Pole-line	
Inspector	
Mileage	
Cement	
Freight-	
Pipe, freight
Supplies	
Services	
Fees..
Fees..
Examining prisoners..
$132.87
260.01
330.17
12.41
44,278.13
29.12
380.70
3,330.83
152.79
29,101.40
307.90
20.80
637.20
130.00
5,805.03
14,246.53
24.00
48.00
15.00
23.00
972.95
$200,693.92 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
KK 15
(D)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SESSIONS
OF 1950 AND  1951
Date of
No. of
Service
Amount of
Expendi
Approval
Warrant
Warrant
ture
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED 31st MARCH, 1950
Department of the Attorney-General
Apr.   6,   1950
38
To meet expenses incurred in connection with the Doukhobor
disturbances in the Kootenay area	
$35,000.00
$34,925.61
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDING 31st MARCH, 1951
Department of Agriculture
May 20,   1950
2
Grant to the University of British Columbia for the construc
tion and equipping of an animal pathological laboratory	
10,000.00
10,000.00
Oct.  24,   1950
24
For the purpose of supplementing Vote No. 25, Subsidies on
25,000.00
16,533.79
Department of the Attorney-General
May 20,   1950
4
To provide for the purchase and erection of four Quonset huts,
with   adequate  facilities  for  cooking,  plumbing,  etc,   at
15,000.00
9,301.46
June  12,  1950
5
To meet extraordinary expenses in connection with the recent
100.000.00
100,000.00
June  17,  1950
8
To provide for a programme of social research by University
of British Columbia on a scientific basis with the end of
reaching a permanent solution of the Doukhobor problem
23,700.00
18,026.45
July  24,   1950
13
To provide for construction by Department of Public Works of
an office building for the Workmen's Compensation Board
200,000.00
July  24,   1950
14
To provide for the services of a bailiff to assist the Sheriff's
office in Victoria in service of orders and processes of the
1,440.00
1,191.22
Aug.   5,   1950
15
To return H. J. R. Howard to Australia, re estate of Selina G.
Howard
400.00
400.00
Sept. 13, 1950
18
To provide for equipment necessary to effect changes in pro
cedure for issuing licence-plates and drivers' licences . 	
52,000.00
3,047.21
Sept. 16, 1950
19
To provide for balance of legal fees and expenses of Farris,
Stultz, Bull & Farris re Empress Hotel and " Hours of
Work Act "   	
37,384.54
37,384.54
Sept. 22, 1950
20
To provide for certain expenses incidental to the winding-up of
78,100.00
49,755.89
Oct.   24,   1950
25
To meet extraordinary expenses in connection with the recent
so.000.00
37,546.01
Nov.   8,   1950
27
For the purpose of equipping the new unit at Oakalla Prison
Farm and providing the necessary supervisors and guards
to carry on the rehabilitation programme designed for the
institution for the balance of the fiscal year    _	
60,000.00
27,322.76
Nov.  14, 1950
29
To provide the additional sum required to be paid into the
Civil Service Superannuation  Fund in respect of former
officers of the British Columbia Provincial Police not offered employment by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police,
for the purpose of meeting allowances equivalent to that
which they would have received had they remained in the
123,917.07
114,275.49
Nov. 29, 1950
31
Compensation to Admark, Ltd., for loss arising from termination  of contract for the  publication  of  " The  Shoulder
Strap " by reason of disbandment of the Provincial Police
10,000.00
10,000.00
Dec  11,  1950
32
Purchase and installation of a new diesel engine in the Game
5,000.00
Feb.   6,   1951
39
To provide for the services of Clarkson, Gordon & Co., chartered accountants, in connection with the application of the
British Columbia Telephone Co. for an increase in rates....
9,276.87
9,276.87
Department of Education
518,089.52
518,089.52
Oct.   31,   1950
26
For the purpose of financing high school driver-training project,
Vancouver      	
7,500.00
7,500.00
$1,361,808.00
$1,004,576.82 KK 16 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
Statement of Special Warrants issued between Sessions of 1950 and 1951—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amounf of
Warrant
I
Expenditure
June 13, 1950
June 17, 1950
July 17, 1950
Feb. 6, 1951
July 6, 1950
38
10
June 24, 1950
July 6, 1950
Nov. 10, 1950
Nov. 20, 1950
Dec.
22,
1950
36
Feb.
13,
1951
40
Feb.
19,
1951
41
Jan. 13, 1951
Aug. 18, 1950
Dec. 15, 1950
30
37
16
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDING 31st MARCH, 1951—Continued
Brought forward	
Department of Finance
To provide funds for the employment of special counsel and
other expenses in connection with conference between the
Governments of Canada and the Province of British Columbia, re social, financial, and economic problems, to be
held in the fall of 1950    —        	
To meet expenditures for the services of Stevenson & Kellogg,
Ltd., management engineers, in making a survey of the
organization and methods employed in various departments
of Government  	
To meet the cost of salvaging and repairing Department of
Finance launch " Leola V," and other costs incidental to
the grounding, including the replacement of personal effects
of members of the crew	
To meet expenditures for the services of Stevenson & Kellogg,
Ltd., management engineers, in making a survey of the
organization and methods employed in various departments
of Government   	
Department of Labour
To meet expenditures incurred in connection with vote under
the provision of the " Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act " in the dispute between International Woodworkers of America and certain firms engaged in the forest
industry of the Province 	
Department of Lands and Forests
To provide for final payment of the arbitration and litigation
costs in connection with the acquisition of the Enquist
property in Mount Seymour Park   	
To provide for a survey of the Sloco Lake-Taku River area in
the north-west corner of the Province 	
Compensation to the undernoted for loss of personal effects in
fire wich destroyed Forest Service vehicle No. 521: A.
Horth, $23; D. W. Munro, $40; and J. A. D. McDonald,
$120
Compensation to the undernoted Forest Officers for loss of personal effects when launch "A. L. Bryant " was sunk in
Howe Sound due to being run down by the steamship
"Lady Cynthia" on or about October 3rd, 1950: J. W.
McDonald, $304.10; J. H. Kilby, $53.90; H. L. Coles,
$69.25;   and F. Paterson, $161.32
To meet part of the cost of surveys adjacent to University
Endowment Lands re sewerage system   	
Purchase of motor-vessel " Salt Mist" to replace Forest Service
launch " White Cloud " destroyed by fire	
Compensation to the undernoted Forest Officers for loss of
personal effects in the destruction by fire of the launch
"White Cloud": Neil McMillan, Ocean Falls, $176.25;
Aale Ariel Antilla, Ocean Falls, $103; and William George
Benwell, Smithers, $45.50	
Department of Mines
To   provide   grants-in-aid   re   Emerald   Glacier   Mines,   Ltd.,
$25,000, and Canadian Exploration, $20,000 	
Department of Provincial Secretary
To reimburse the Corporation of the District of Saanich re
plebiscite in connection with proposed secession of Wards
5 and 6   	
To meet expenditures and grants for the purposes of civil defence
Carried forward 	
$1,361,808.00
$1,004,576.82
40,000.00
50,000.00
2,500.00
30,000.00
23,628.98
50,000.00
2,360.38
8,748.66
8,500.00
5,400.00
13,000.00
183.00
588.57
7,500.00
23,690.00
324.75
45,000.00
1,453.53
15,000.00
8,340.49
5,315.00
8,033.99
183.00
588.57
1,453.53
778.65
$1,604,947.85
$1,114,008.07 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 17
Statement of Special Warrants issued between Sessions of 1950 and 1951—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
May
10,
1950
1
May
20,
1950
3
Aug.
29,
1950
17
Oct.
5,
1950
21
Oct.
5,
1950
22
Dec.
12,
1950
33
Dec.
12,
1950
34
TO MEET EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDING 31st MARCH, 1951—Continued
Brought forward. 	
Department of Public Works
To meet expenditure incurred by the Army in construction and
maintenance of Bailey bridges crossing the Capilano River,
November 26th, 1949, to December 22nd, 1949 	
For the acquisition of necessary right-of-way and construction
of a channel from Ellis Street to the mouth of Penticton
Creek, Similkameen Electoral District	
Grant to Village of Pouce Coupe re cost of installing sewerage
system
To  supplement Vote No.  247, Electrical Energy  Inspection
Branch, for travelling expenses
To supplement Vote No. 246, Steam-boiler Inspection Branch,
for travelling expenses
Grant to the Corporation of the City of New Westminster to
assist in meeting the cost of work in connection with the
renewal of the Columbia Street retaining-wall	
Grant to the City of Victoria to assist in meeting the cost of
the work of reconstruction of Dallas Road Seawall	
$1,604,947.85
12,881.29
55,000.00
8,250.00
8,600.00
4,000.00
60,000.00
50,000.00
$1,803,679.14
$1,114,008.07
12,881.29
8,107.65
8,250.00
60,000.00
50,000.00
$1,253,247.01 •
KK 18                             COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
(E)
(1)
STATEMENT SHOWING THE REVENUE FOR THE FIRST NINE MONTHS OF THE
PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, VIZ.,  1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER,  1950
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
Service
Revenue for 9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$30,000.00
Current Account
Department of Agriculture:
          $28,242.44
Department of the Attorney-General:
"Administration Act"—Fees, etc	
$32,474.69
121,889.04
186,677.78
$50,000.00
100,000.00
150,000.00
3,000.00
50,000.00
675,000.00
16,800,000.00
50,000.00
1,150,000.00
200,000.00
750,000.00
5,500,000.00
125,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
20,000.00
50,000.00
15,000.00
8,456.79
739,809.74
8,490,194.05
30,687.06
1,026,638.62
267,737.30
747,644.83
1,123,158.61
37,259.50
24,687.50
11,206.75
5,706.05
26,112.23
28,992.55
30,752.03
" Motor-vehicle Act":
Sheriffs' Fees  	
Miscellaneous Receipts   	
Department of Education:
$25,733,000.00
12,940,085.12
$4,115.00
$4,000.00
10,000.00
100.00
Department of Finance:
Dominion of Canada:
$14,100.00
4,115.00
$14,575.53
110,000.00
327,144.40
50,000.00
20,777,004.01
125,133.07
$29,151.06
220,000.00
654,288.80
100,000.00
27,100,000.00
500,000.00
$28,603,439.86
2,200,000.00
850,000.00
7,840,000.00
3,360,000.00
225,000.00
365,000.00
1,250,000.00
600,000.00
1,700,000.00
75,000.00
75,000.00
700,000.00
24,000,000.00
15,000.00
50,000.00
40,000.00
$21,403,857.01
1,282,670.74
731,664.68
9,900,366.30
258,410.87
\
Interest:
Land Taxes:
1,563,403.84
692,352.15
1,195,177.26
86,951.35
68,964.14
744,561.09
21,243,136.66
Wild Land, Coal and Timber Lands -	
Poll Tax	
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims     . .. .,
74,147.19
70,438.97
Miscellaneous Receipts  -	
Department of Fisheries:
Fish-buyers' and Miscellaneous Licences	
$71,948,439.86
59,316,102.25
.                        23 877 25
$20,000.00
Carried forward  	
 - -    $72,312,422.06 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 19
Statement of Revenue for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
Service
Revenue for 9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward   	
Department of Health and Welfare:
$72,312,422.06
$45,000.00
$37,407.00
32,812.00
313.72
40,000.00
Vital Statistics                                           _   ~    ~   .
200.00
Department of Labour:
$85,200.00
$863.00
79.50
70,532.72
$1,000.00
300.00
Department of Lands and Forests:
$1,300.00
$71,487.03
282,877.92
268,893.26
29,182.13
56,148.75
289,585.30
2,021,526.09
5,162,173.54
459,638.74
26,551.58
942.50
$25,000.00
240,000.00
315,000.00
Land Revenue, Sundry   _	
15,000.00
65,000.00
Survey Fees and Sale of Maps, etc.  	
375,000.00
2,250,000.00
3,500,000.00
480,000.00
20,000.00
Legislation:
Private Bills' Fees 	
Department of Mines:
$7,285,000.00
8,668,064.34
$500.00
$17.00
39,194.95
203.00
99,567.02
$50.00
40,000.00
300.00
Free Miners' Certificates.   	
125,000.00
Mining Receipts, General   	
Department of Municipal Affairs:
$165,350.00
138,981.97
$800.00
425 00
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
$25 000 00
1,500.00
$553.84
" Public Utilities Act" and " Motor Carrier Act":
$26,500.00
553.84
$400,000.00
131,663.04
Department of Public Works:
Miscellaneous Receipts ,   - 	
Railway Department:
$5,000.00
8,787.98
$3,000.00
3,065.93
Department of Trade and Industry:
Miscellaneous Receipts 	
Refunds of Expenditure:
Charged to Income:  Miscellaneous _. __ 	
British Columbia Power Commission      	
$3,000.00
3,728.75
$226,477.74
$45,000.00
65,000.00
48,491.17
$110,000.00
274,968.91
$105,831,189.86
$81,614,137.04 KK 20
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
(E)
(2)
'STATEMENT SHOWING THE EXPENDITURE FOR THE FIRST NINE MONTHS OF
THE PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, VIZ., FROM  1st APRIL TO 3 1st DECEMBER,  1950
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$6,683,077.14
140,000.00
4,414,478.93
2,578,326.35
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
,11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
S.W. 24
26
27
28
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 2
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Current Account
Public Debt:
$5,968,205 59
260 384 03
4,414,478 93
4,376,142.21
$13,815,882.42
$15,019,210.76
$198,900.00
7 676 87
Premier's Office:
Salaries and Expenses    	
$30,835.00
2,124.00
$25,197.04
Department of Agriculture:
Minister's Office  ~	
$32,959.00
25,197.04
$13,900.00
54,990.00
11,250.00
106,040.00
$11,323.70
38,064.77
9,527.34
82,143.00
19,597.37
150,908.20
17,813.40
6,543.51
9,688.72
13,711.32
118,349.58
9,578.80
9,332.24
931 05
28,210.00
195,450.00
Plant Pathology, Entomology, and Apiary Inspection
25,360.00
8,330.00
11,840.00
17,140.00
173,245.00
Farmers' Institutes-
Women's Institutes..—  	
Soil Survey Branch  .   .	
17,640.00
12,960.00
Agricultural Engineering and Land-clearing	
10.00
Milk Board  	
35,000.00
13,000.00
8,346.16
8,438.10
2,000.00
2,000.00
25,000.00
Agricultural Associations and Fairs—Buildings, Grants,
2,000.00
2,000.00
25,000.00
1,000.00
Interior Provincial Exhibition Association—Grants	
Chilliwack Agricultural Association—Grant-	
Pacific National Exhibition—Grant     	
In Aid of Kamloops Bull Sale—Grant 	
Rebates on Stumping-powHer
25,000.00
17,500.00
11,837.63
)      23,937.96
16.73
4,667.69
33,188.83
654 33
300.00
5,000.00
22,500.00
Rodent and Pest Extermination   	
Incidentals and Contingencies ~    -  	
750.00
5,000.00
500.00
" Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act "   	
80,208.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries 	
10,000.00
Department of the Attorney-General:
$911,123.00
627,600.43
$17,900.00
$13,708.71
43,817.69
25 916 66
52,550.00
27,615.00
24,470.00
21,533.76
11,348.17
12,943.47
36,242.33
9,089.67
41 150 46
13,450.00
16,480.00
55,980.00
12,810.00
48,800.00
Sheriffs' Offices  	
42,700.00
Official Administrator 	
30,486.05
3,332.13
4,300.00
Carried forward	
$317,055.00
$249,569.10   $15,679,685.10
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling and
Audit Branch at 31st December, 1950. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 21
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$317,055.00
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 4
S.W. 5 and 25
S.W. 8
S.W. 14
S.W. 15
S.W. 18
S.W. 19
S.W. 20
S.W. 27
S.W. 29
S.W. 31
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
Current Account—Continued
$249,569.10
241,205.19
97,555.63
28,954.86
382,442.25
753,040.61
18,956.48
417,233.59
38,281.28
35,659.90
376,206.72
143,720.12
5,337.06
20,204.17
4,999.09
85,136.64
400.00
28,361.75
57,615.42
2,379.88
9,684.38
5,000.00
10,311.42
10,600.00
30,000.00
75,507.56
$15,679,685.10
350,550.00
Denartment of the Attorney-General—Continued
124,085.00
30,000.00
502,380.00
1,532,770.00
26,075.00
636,250.00
56,400.00
Provincial Police	
Nelson Gaol       	
Oakalla Prison Farm  	
41,560.00
481,075.00
Prince George Women's Goal	
202,500.00
8,210.00
27,500.00
Administration of Justice -
Crown Prosecutor's Office, Vancouver	
15,000.00
137,755.00
1,500.00
34,650.00
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds   .  	
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in Canada...
75,425.00
8,000.00
10,000.00
In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight and Ex-
5,000.00
14,000.00
Grant to B.C. Law Society for B.C. Digest   	
8,000.00
" Government Liquor Act," R.S.B.C. 1948, sec. 117	
" Pohce and Prisons Regulation Act Amendment Act,
1950 "            ....    —                        	
769,180.00
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries
Huts at Oakalla Prison Farm to Accommodate Doukhobors   ...                     —-   - 	
Extraordinary Expenses re Doukhobor Disturbances   -
Research by University of British Columbia re Doukhobor Problem       —                 - 	
Bailiff in Sheriff's Office, Victoria      	
9,301.46
119,812.92
15,026.45
978.22
400.00
1,652.77
18,692.27
36,122.07
5,519.88
114,275.49
10,000.00
To Return H. J. R. Howard to Australia re Estate of
Selina G. Howard                                      	
Equipment to Effect Changes in Procedure for Issuing
Licence-plates and Drivers' Licences             ..    — 	
Balance of Legal Fees and Expenses re Empress Hotel ..
Expenses Incidental to Winding Up Provincial Police
Equipping New Unit at Oakalla Prison Farm
Civil Service Superannuation Fund re Former Officers
Compensation re Terminat'On of Contract for Publica-
Department of Education:
Minister's Office         	
$5,414,920.00
$12,142.62
66,613.47
8,836.92
186,522.36
11,779.15
8,621.64
7,446.07
41,198.16
14,440.21'
35,743.93
38,600.25
251,095.86
16,801.75
85,484.32
43,040.87
72,814.54
34,252.63
115,623.21
3,460,144.63
$16,085.00
83,133.00
12,960.00
242,567.00
17,760.00
20,305.00
10,955.00
36,463.00
20,325.00
48,195.00
70,956.00
385,905.00
21,500.00
127,905.00
52,410.00
80,762.00
40,265.00
153,390.00
High School and Senior Matriculation Examinations	
School for the Deaf and the Blind   	
$1,441,841.00
$1,051,057.96
1519,139,829.73 KK 22                             COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$1,441,841.00
50,800.00
129,060.00
22,060.00
26,010.00
10.00
273,500.00
7,930,000.00
1,500,000.00
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
S.W. 23
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 26
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 6
Current Account—Continued
$1,051,057.96   $19,139,829.73
42,969.73
97,695.47
18,844.11
20,875.41
10.00
154,622.56 .
6,161,708.09
} 2,018,089.52
354,120.80
43,701.25
639,337.93
Department of Education—Continued
•750,000.00
100,000.00
1,180,000.00
5,000.00
14,000.00
1,000.00
20,000.00
1,750,000.00
21,000.00
30,000.00
.10.00
25,646.00
184,934.00
Teachers' Superannuation Fund, 7%   (" Special Assis-
8,732.25
125.15
7,478.11
1,750,000.00
21.000.00
30,000.00
368,112.84*
14,172.58
University Endowment Lands—Proportion of Fire Costs,
Advances re Rural District School Taxes and " Public
2,000.00
Department of Finance:
$15,454,871.00
12,068,428.08
$11,287.91
61,085.18
121,858.61
14,909.76
118,512.39
204,660.57
2,625.97
17,242.30
72,883.72
5,663.57
56,461.24
55,668.61
769,439.47
127,753.24
13,013.69
7,934.86
23,671.57
$14,100.00
69,630.00
143,560.00
13,179.00
188,515.00
304,590.00
6,260.00
23,210.00
87,760.00
10.00
25,000.00
10.00
. 947,870.00
118,020.00
22,000.00
20,000.00
200,000.00
1,650,000.00
7,875,000.00
1,700,000.00
3,000.00
615,000.00
15,000.00
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London, England
Printing  Public  Accounts,   Revenue   Receipts,  Bonds,
" Municipalises Aid Act ":
4,000,000.00
"Amusements Tax Act "—Payment on Account of Hos-
" Supreme   Court   Act"—Interest   on   Suitors'   Fund
1,847.76
614,894.63
7,471.31
469.65
64,617.02
18,519.00
2,792.15
460.64
5,069.49
230,225.73
2,223.41
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "—Interest on Super-
" Coal and Petroleum Products Control Board Act "
" Water Act," Section 58 (7)	
" Water Act," R.S.B.C. 1936, Schedule E	
" Official Guardian Act " -    	
" Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Belt Land Tax Act "..
301,000.00
Employment of Special Counsel re Conference Between
14,796.98
$14,342,714.00
$6,648,060.43   $31,208,257.81
* Credit. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 23
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$14,342,714.00
S.W. 7
S.W. 12
$14,342,714.00
$850.00
114
32,595.00
115
2,922.00
Stat.
$36,367.00
$7,530.00
116
64,450.00
117
2,545,696.00
118
419,460.00
119
161,330.00
120
144,502.00
121
119,000.00
122
50,000.00
123
20,000.00
124
10.00
125
10.00
126
10.00
127
10.00
128
10.00
129
35,125.00
130
308,905.00
131
170,060.00
132
160,135.00
133
151,072.00
134
10.00
135
80,060.00
136
52,300.00
137
1,602,771.00
138
10.00
139
10,375.00
140
36,860.00
141
717,199.00
142
27,820.00
143
15,000.00
144
1,500.00
145
4,370,000.00
146
65,000.00
147
148
240,000.00
149
1,100,000.00
962.500.00
150
705,540.00
151
78,710.00
152
131,210.00
153
40,930.00
154
•3,355,000.00
155
3,133,860.00
Stat.
375,000.00
Stat.
855,070.00
Stat.
$22,314,040.00
$16,535.00
156
143,694.00
157
$160,229.00
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward-
Department of Finance—Continued
Survey by Stevenson & Kellogg, Ltd., Management Engineers 	
Salvaging and Repairing Launch " Leola V " 	
Department of Fisheries:
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries .
Department of Health and Welfare:
Minister's Office  	
Accounting Division	
Hospital Insurance Service— 	
Provincial Infirmaries  	
Public Health Branch:
General Services _    	
Cancer Control (Including Grants)— 	
Public Health Service, Metropolitan Areas _	
Grants in Aid of Arthritis Control	
Grants in Aid of Paraplegic Control  	
Crippled Children (Dominion Programme).. 	
Professional Training (Dominion Programme)	
Public Health Research (Dominion Programme)	
Health Survey (Dominion Programme)	
General Public Health (Dominion Programme)	
Public Health Nursing  	
Health Units  _ 	
' Division of Laboratories ~
Division of Vital Statistics  	
Division of Venereal Disease Control  ,—
Venereal Disease Control (Dominion Programme)	
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
Central Office, District Nursing and Social Service-
Travelling Clinics   .	
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics !	
Tuberculosis Control (Dominion Programme)	
Social Welfare Branch:
Office of the Deputy Minister  	
Director of Welfare and Family Division	
Field Service...   	
Medical Services	
Burial of Indigents  	
"Residence and Responsibility Act"—Administration
Social Assistance:
Social Allowances (Including Grants)	
Supplementary Mothers' Allowances _	
Administration, Hospitalization, Social Allowances,
etc., re Japanese Indigents—   	
Hospital Insurance Premiums for Social Assistance
Cases   	
Medical Services and Drugs, etc  1
Child Welfare Division ,	
Provincial Home, Kamloops  	
Industrial School for Boys   	
Industrial School for Girls  - - —	
Old-age Pensioners' Cost-of-living Bonus _—	
" Old-age Pension Act " — -— -—
" Mothers' Allowances Act "—   	
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries- 	
Department of Labour:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration ..
Carried forward..
$6,648,060.43   $31,208,257.81
48,668.92
2,360.38
$633.11
24,696.20
$11,894.04
112,995.19
6,699,089.73
25,329.31
$12,150.92
60,145.32
2,287,872.40
274,182.97
125,274.78
130,077.74
52,655.48
22,489.31
13,333.28
2,617.03
16,136.66
1,023.08
249.30
51,187.90
31,109.80
253,486.11
125,643.33
132,114.83
81,338.61
16,797.02
63,782.89
38,933.58
1,139,036.99
68,337.79
9,054.01
28,869.59
463,265.76
19,850.09
9,421.13
1,065.00
2,397,956.16
48,100.00
150,055.34
600,042.75
694,499.74
386,785.66
40,340.84
93,347.68
29,243.93
2,569,940.66
2,526,750.58*
255,950.00
15,324,516.04
$124,889.23   $53,257,192.89
* Dominion contribution for quarter ended 31st December, 1950, deducted from expenditure, although not actually
received at that date. KK 24 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1950-51
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$160,229.00
21,640.00
23,500.00
19,400.00
3,680.00
82,920.00
39,380.00
6,900.00
49,374.00
$407,023.00
$13,635.00
67,430.00
175,000.00
6,580.00
64,620.00
84,400.00
393,560.00
389,900.00
171,685.00
49,000.00
10,000.00
77,500.00
61,500.00
250.00
865,250.00
462,240.00
401,335.00
74,125.00
28,650.00
312,500.00
54,800.00
53,000.00
2,000,000.00
4,000.00
35,000.00
24,750.00
150,000.00
10,000.00
386,810.00
$6,427,520,00
$13,960.00
73,040.00
103,000.00
36,290.00
88,000.00
9,100.00
240,000.00
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 10
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 9
S.W. 11
S.W. 28
S.W. 30
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward-
Department of Labour—Continued
Board of Industrial Relations	
Factories Inspection	
Apprenticeship Branch-
Trade-schools Regulation Branch	
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Branch-
Labour Relations Board	
$124,889.23   $53,257,192.89
13,795.52
18,334.68
21,706.87
2,123.00
63,228.56
25,914.63
Automobiles and Accessories..
1 Indian Inquiry Act "..
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries	
Vote under Provision of the " Industrial Conciliation
and Arbitration  Act " 	
Department of Lands and Forests:
Minister's Office ... 	
Lands Service:
General Administration	
Lands Branch	
Land Settlement Board  	
Land Utilization Research and Survey	
Coal, Petroleum, and Natural Gas Control-
Surveys and Mapping Service:
Administration	
Field Surveys, etc   	
Water Rights Branch	
Water Surveys.
B.C. Hydrometric Service	
Fraser River Basin Board 	
" Soldiers' Land Act "  (Southern Okanagan Lands
Project).
Refunds under '
Forest Service:
Salaries .	
Expenses..
Land Act " and " Revenue Act
Reforestation and Forest Nursery-
Forest Management  	
Forest Research	
Provincial Parks 	
Public Relations (Forest)..
Forest Ranger School-
Forest Protection Fund	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association-
Office Furniture and Equipment 	
Rentals	
" Forest Act "—Forest Reserve Account	
" Grazing Act "—Range Improvement Fund..
" Doukhobor Lands Acquisition Act "	
" Petroleum and Natural Gas Act "	
" Dykes Maintenance Act " 	
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries-
Arbitration and Litigation re Acquisition of Land in
Mount Seymour Park.
Survey of the Sloco Lake-Taku River Area_
Compensation for Loss of Personal Effects-
Compensation for Loss of Personal Effects-
Department of Mines:
Minister's Office	
General Administration.
Mineralogical Branch	
Analytical and Assay Branch-
Inspection Branch	
Grants	
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails, and Grubstaking Prospectors >	
382.56
8,340.49
$9,959.72
60,853.44
129,011.07
5,259.08
53,443.78
43,760.87
310,286.16
253,965.52
128,288.75
33,381.12
10,000.00
54,026.87
26,365.10
33.00
662
300
308
29
26
250
38
28
1,500
4
17,
13
521.66
687.53
037.05
240.79
706.41
618.78
086.54
450.92
,000.00
,000.00
169.75
217.84
13,424.95
1,059.49
7,312.50
1,302.32
5,315.00
8,033.09
183.00
588.57
$9,521.07
52,032.76
78,339.38
28,594.39
64,379.33
8,425.00
86,520.39
278,715.54
4,334,590.67
$563,390.00
Carried forward...
$327,812.32   $57,870,499.10 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51 KK 25
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
$563,390.00
198
199
200
201
Stat.
Stat.
202
203
204
205
Stat.
206
207
20S
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 16
Stat.
231
232
Current Account—Continued
$327,812.32
66.08
1,856.72
75.00
2,260.69
7,375.67
$57,870,499.10
500.00
Department of Mines—Continued
3,000.00
3,900.00
3,500.00
20,000.00
42,684.00
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's Office.— — 	
$636,974.00
$863.61
41,851.57
23,962.88
4,300.00
339,446.48
$1,250.00
50,260.00
36,820.00
4,300.00
12,861.00
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office   	
$105,491.00
$3,836.18
25,319.07
62,211.75
816,216.10
70,978.06
$15,550.00
38,890.00
225,000.00
1,440,000.00
10 00
Grants to Children's Homes, Convalescent Homes, and
Homes for the Aged, etc..    ■	
Per Diem Grants under Sec. 4 of the " Hospital Act "
Construction in Respect of Provincial Mental Hospitals,
T.B. Hospitals, etc                             	
86,385.00
48 730 00
74,403.40
52,631.04
46,222.56
703,488.35
90,782.49
10.00
7,082.66
250,000.00
65,500.00
1,330,000.00
91,000.00
10 00
Government Contributions to Superannuation and Re-
8 350 00
250,000.00
1,000.00
25,000.00
28,500.00
10,000.00
77,900.00
10,860.00
30 00
Assessment on Class 13  (The Crown), "Workmen's
Incidentals and Contingencies, Entertainment, Grants,
9,949.87
13,405.06
52,547.72
8,543.29
1,276.45
37,899.08
43,923.01
1,987,875.14
18,517.61
245,924.81
3,150.00
33,170.54
33,523.63
45,721.38.
25,304.50
B.C. Provincial Government Employees' Benefit Society..
61,760.00
68,070.00
3,785,950.00
10.00
Provincial Mental Health Services:
Preventive Services (Including Child Guidance Clinics)
551,610.00
4,200.00
40,000.00
1,000.00
60,000.00
25,000.00
873,570.00
District of Saanich re Plebiscite on Proposed Secession
1,453.53
$9,223,885.00
4,694,389.22
$307,082.00
164,421.72
Department of Public Works:
$12,497.31
578,101.54
$16,570.00
929,147.00
945,717.00
$590,598.85
$63,139,734.58 KK 26 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
Statement of Expenditure for the First Nine Months of Present Fiscal Year—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending 31st
March, 1951
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
31st December, 1950
945,717.00
371,878.00
233
45,600.00
234
235
1,198,283.75
236
10.00
12,057,650.00
237
60,000.00
238
40,000.00
239
100,000.00
240
7,500.00
241
15,000.00
242
10.00
243
1,000.00
244
2,500.00
245
1.00
246
S.W. 22
47,734.00
247
S.W. 21
371,588.50
Stat.
S.W. 1
S.W. 3
S.W. 17
S.W. 33
S.W. 34
$15,264,472.25
$600.00
248
35,056.00
249
4,605.00
Stat.
$40,261.00
$12,210.00
250
12,270.00
251
178,910.00
252
120,749.00
253
50,405.00
254
39,860.00
255
150,000.00
256
257
3,150.00
56,379.00
Stat.
$623,933.00
$100.00
258
$105,558,517.67
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward-
Department of Public Works—Continued
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds-
Government House (Maintenance)-
Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings
(except Parliament Buildings and Government House).
Rental and Maintenance of Offices, Buildings, and
Grounds  .—— 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc  	
Local Highways within Municipal Limits 	
Grants to Cities with Population in Excess of 15,000	
Highway Signs—Patrols, grants, expenses 	
Research Services   	
$590,598.85   $63,139,734.58
274,882.53
35,205.13
661,249.29
87,556.39
7,074,415.81
700.00
Okanagan Flood-control..
Gravel-crushing.
Grants to Engineering Associations .
Dewdney Dyking Commission	
Steam-boiler Inspection	
Supplementing Vote No. 246	
Electrical Energy Inspection _	
Supplementing Vote No. 247 	
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries..
Bailey Bridges Crossing the Capilano River-
Right-of-way in the City of Penticton..
Sewage System, Village of Pouce Coupe	
Columbia Street Retaining-wall, New Westminster-
Dallas Road Seawall, Victoria _ —	
Railway Department:
Minister's Office	
General Administration   	
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries-
Department of Trade and Industry:
Minister's Office	
General Administration 	
British Columbia Government Travel Bureau-
Bureau of Economics and Statistics... 	
Office of the Trade Commissioner 	
Regional Development Division 	
Grants: British Columbia Research Council-
Grants: Rural Housing Advisory Committee for British
Columbia  	
Cost-of-living Bonus—Merged with salaries-
Recoverable Expenditure:
" Soldiers' Land Act "...
59,051.93
138.33
10,436.11
168,526.30
87.58
2,500.00
14,303.58
930.56
12,881.29
4,058.90
8,250.00
60,000.00
50,000.00
$143.83
28,683.54
9,115,772.58
28,827.37
$9,171.63
10,656.91
130,824.18
101,842.44
21,636.87
30,803.11
150,000.00
3,150.00
458,085.14
81.56
$72,742,501.23 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
KK 27
(E)
(3a)
"STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES AND ADVANCES OUT OF MONEYS
RAISED BY LOAN UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR
SPECIFIC PURPOSES,  1st APRIL TO 3 1st DECEMBER,  1950
Authority for Expenditure
Service
Expended
for 9 Months
Ended 31st
December,
1950
'B.C. Loan Act, 1932":
Section 6 (A)	
' B.C. Loan Act, 1943 ":
Section 6 (a)	
Section 6 (b)	
' B.C. Loan Act, 1946":
Section 6 (a)	
Section 6 (6)	
' B.C. Loan Act, 1948 ":
Section 6 (fl)— —
' B.C. Loan Act, 1949 ":
Section 6 (a) —
Section 6 (6)	
Section 6 (d)	
Section 6 (e)—	
Section 6 (g)	
'B.C. Loan Act, 1950":
Section 6 (fl)..
Section 6 (h)..
' B.C. Public School Aid Loan Act, 1950 "_	
' Pacific Great Eastern Construction Loan Act, 1928 '
' B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "_
' Hospital Construction Act, 1950 "	
' B.C. Forest Development Fund Loan Act, 1948 '
' Okanagan Flood-control Act "	
' Highway Development Act ":
Section 5 (a)   	
Section 5 (c) _
' Trans-Canada Highways Act'
Roads, Bridges, etc.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.
Public Buildings 	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.
Public Buildings	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc	
Public Buildings 	
Bridges...  	
Culverts   	
Buildings at University of British Columbia	
Public Buildings.  —  	
Buildings at University of British Columbia -
Schools   	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway	
B.C. University Buildings and Equipment	
Advances or Grants for Hospital Buildings and
equipment  	
Forest Development Fund 	
Okanagan Flood-control .  	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc 	
Bridges 	
Trans-Canada Highways  	
$7,232.56
19,581.85
100,133.53
39,461.48
384,293.75
192,515.26
83,175.47
1,184,472.45
41,252.41
80,475.78
896,413.90
195.48
13,692.39
4,337,128.60
6,720,000.00
773,744.87
677,438.07
35,000.00
12,179.42
6,274,987.66
974,106.49
1,981,105.84
$24,828,587.26
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling and
Audit Branch at 31st December, 1950. KK 28
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1950-51
(E)
.      (3b)
-'STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES,
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE, FOR SPECIFIC
PURPOSES,  1st APRIL TO 31st DECEMBER,  1950
Authority for Expenditure
Service
Expended
for 9 Months
Ended 31st
December,
1950
1 Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946 "
Section 2 (a)	
Section 2 (6)	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc..
Hospitals	
' Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1950 '
Section 2 (h) 	
Consolidated Sinking Fund .
$14,636.09
116,424.94
2,500,000.00
$2,631,061.03
* This statement covers only such vouchers as have been received and entered in the books of the Controlling and
Audit Branch at 31st December, 1950.
RECAPITULATION
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.
Buildings, Equipment, etc.—
Hospitals 	
Schools	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway 	
British Columbia University Buildings and Equipment-
Consolidated Sinking Fund 	
Forest Development Fund    _  	
Okanagan Flood-control	
$9,708,530.89
1,669,095.21
793,863.01
4,337,128.60
6,720,000.00
1,683,851.16
2,500,000.00
35,000.00
12,179.42
$27,459,648.29
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951
230-251-5251

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