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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Public Works
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1950-51
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951  To His Honour Clarence Wallace, C.B.E.,
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, 1951, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
ERNEST C. CARSON,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of the Minister of Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
November 13th, 1951.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
ORGANIZATION CHART, AS AT SEPTEMBER 1st, 1951
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Hon. E. C. Carson,
Minister of Public Works.
E. S. Jones,
Deputy Minister.
F. H. Harrison,
Assistant Deputy Minister.
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N. M. McCallum,
Chief Engineer.
A. J. Bowering,
Assistant Chief Engineer.
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J. P. Hague,
Maintenance
Engineer.
W. Wright,
Departmental
Comptroller.
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C. K. Saunders,
Bridge Engineer.
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A. B. Sanderson,
Chief Designing
Engineer.
0. D. Campbell,
Chief Architect.
H. K. Gann,
Superintendent
of Ferries.
F. A. WlacLean,
Mechanical
Engineer.
M. C. Davies,
Assistant
Engineer.
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F. Howland,
Chief Clerk.
J. H. A. Steven,
Location
Engineer.
D. T. Willis,
Surfacing
Engineer.
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O. J. Wiikie,
Construction Engineer.
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T. Webster,
Assistant Construction
Engineer.
H. L. Cairns,
Project Engineer.
J. Harding,
Traffic Engineer.
L. J, IVloore,
Right-of-way Agent.
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N. C. Tattrie,
Assistant Right-of-way
Agent.
L. Robson,
Chief Inspector,
Electrical Energy.
D. Denham,
Chief Boiler
Inspector.
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District No. 1
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Divisional
Engineer:
H. F. Bourne,
Victoria.
District Engineers:
D. R. McLeod,
Victoria.
M. C. Nesbitt,
Nanaimo.
A. R. Colby,
Courtenay.
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District No. 2
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Divisional
Engineer:
W. R. Workman,
New Westminster.
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District Engineers:
W. E. Bottomley,
New Westminster.
W. R. Meighen,
New Westminster.
D. S. Love,
Vancouver.
District No. 3
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Divisional
Engineer:
S. D. H. Pope,
Kamloops.
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District Engineers:
F. E. Dembiske,
Kamloops.
D. C. rVSacVicar,
Merritt.
J. L. Roe,
Salmon Arm.
D. C. Westaway,
Revelstoke.
R. F. IWurfitt,
Golden.
District No. 4
Divisional
Engineer:
J. W. Miers,
Penticton.
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District
Engineers:
A. C. Dimock,
Vernon.
L. E.Willis,
Kelowna.
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District
Superintendents:
J. B. McDonald,
Grand Porks.
R. B. Gilmour,
Penticton.
District No. 5
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District
Engineer:
J. A. Dennison,
Cranbrook.
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District
Superintendent:
W. M. Underwood,
Fernie.
District No. 6
Divisional
Engineer:
H.T. Miard,
Nelson.
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District
Engineers:
R. G. Harvey,
Nelson.
M. C. K. Struve,
New Denver.
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District
Superintendent:
E. Jamieson,
Rossland.
District No. 7
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Divisional
Engineer:
C. D. Grigg,
Williams Lake.
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District
Engineers:
R. S. Cunliffe
Williams Lake.
E. W. Hall,
Quesnel.
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District
Superintendent:
E. H. Allcock,
Lillooet.
District No. 8
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Divisional
Engineer:
L. E. Smith,
Prince Rupert.
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District
Superintendent:
R. H. Dunlop,
Smithers.
District No. 9
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Divisional
Engineer:
D. D. Godfrey,
Prince George.
District Engineer:
D. A. Welsh,
Prince George.
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District
Superintendent:
F. Park,
Vanderhoof.
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General Foreman:
G. D. Benson,
Burns Lake.
District No. 10
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Divisional
Engineer:
O. W. H. Roberts,
Pouce Coupe. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT
REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 10th, 1951.
Hon. E. C. Carson,
Minister of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—A report of the activities of this Department for the fiscal year 1950-51 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.
Contracts were let for 109 miles of highway, the principle work undertaken comprising 13 miles on the Trans-Canada Highway, 31 miles on the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway, and 23 miles in the Peace River District on the John Hart Highway.
Other main roads throughout the Province that were constructed or reconstructed comprised 42 miles.
Twenty-three major bridges were built and construction commenced on six others,
the principle structures being the Vedder Canal Bridge in the Lower Fraser Valley and
the Anlaw Bridge on the Kispiox Valley Road.
An extensive surfacing programme was carried out, comprising some 295 miles
of resurfacing and new surface on the principle highways of the Province. Seven crushing
plants were operated, crushing a total of 724,000 tons of aggregate.
Extensive location and survey were undertaken, comprising 264 miles of final location, 15 miles of preliminary location, and 50 miles of reconnaissance surveys, making
a total of 329 miles of survey.
The Architect's Branch of the Department carried out extensive work, completing
many important buildings, including the new Douglas Building in Victoria, and several
buildings were in course of completion at the end of the fiscal year.
A new ferry was placed in commission on the Kelowna-Westbank service, and
numerous pieces of new equipment were purchased for use on Provincial highways for
snow-removal, construction, and maintenance.
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 principle ferries on the main trunk highways of this Province. In addition to
this statement, vehicles crossing the Pattullo Bridge numbered 5,778,824, in comparison
with 4,987,219 for the previous year.
Name of Ferry
Total Number of Vehicles Carried
1947-4S
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
Castlegar (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway) _	
Kelowna-Westbank (Okanagan Highway)	
218,609
166,106
183.270
63,765
191,170
227,747
173,904
197,950
37,340
197,174
294,339
234,241
241,046
49,899
236,230
347,329
287,192
316,867
57,802
268,166
During the year 21,950 miles of highways and 10,800 miles of trails have been
maintained, and this mileage of highways comprises 3,687 miles of trunk highways, 2,556 N 8
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51 "^^iip^f
REPORT OF THE BRIDGE ENGINEER N 9
miles of main highways, and 15,707 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.
The usual snow conditions occurred during the winter months, but, except for a few
districts, the snowfall was normal, and no interference was occasioned to through traffic.
More than 14,000 miles of highway were kept clear of snow, involving 388,320 snow-
plough miles at an average cost of $105.50 per mile kept open, compared with a cost
in 1949-50 of $100.
The amount of subdivisions in unorganized areas in the Province is still increasing,
which also increases the number of permits issued by the Department for private
entrances and connections with public utilities. The number of letters handled by the
Department has shown a marked increase, being 107,954, compared to 104,725 in the
previous year.
Existing roads were improved, maintained, and widened by the various district
officials, and also the necessary drainage, clearing and renewal of culverts, was successfully carried out throughout the Province. Where necessary, farmers were allowed to
work out tax arrears by contributing to road work, a practice which has proved very
satisfactory in the past and has been of assistance to the Department where temporary
labour is scarce. Great credit is due to our Divisional Engineers, District Engineers,
and District Superintendents for their continuous perseverance and attention to the
maintenance of local roads and main highways under their jurisdiction, notwithstanding
when, in some cases, the elements have been adverse, they have had to be on duty
practically twenty-four hours a day in the interest of the safety of the travelling public,
and the same credit is due to other members of the Department in the field.
I wish to report the retirement of George Duncan, Bridge Engineer, who served the
Department faithfully and efficiently over a period of forty years, and who during that
time laid the foundations of the Bridge Department, upon which it now functions.
Mr. Duncan was replaced by C. K. Saunders, who for many years has been the chief
bridge designer for the Province.
Detailed reports from the various sections of the Department and statistical information are attached to this Report to qualify any of the particular references made above.
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
Very satisfactory progress was made during the fiscal year 1950-51 in bridge con-
truction, and the number of modern, first-class structures on the Provincial main highway
system is steadily increasing.
In spite of this progress, however, much still remains to be done, and difficulty is
being experienced by district officials in keeping in a proper state of repair the large
number of obsolete and inadequate structures which still remain.
During the year twenty-three major bridges were built; in addition, three bridges
which were commenced the previous year were completed and construction was commenced on six others.
The largest bridge project was the Vedder Canal Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway.    The foundation conditions were similar to those at the Stave River Bridge, which  -J*UP!feiy   «Mm;
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT N  11
was built the previous year using " Prepakt" concrete, and the same system for the
substructure work was used in the Vedder Canal Bridge.
Another bridge which deserves mention in this report is the Anlaw Bridge on the
Kispiox Valley Road. This replaced an old suspension span known as the Skeena
Suspension Bridge. Owing to the depth of the canyon and the depth of the water, it was
not feasible to use conventional timber falsework for the erection of the truss, and after
giving the erection problem a good deal of study, it was decided to place a Bailey bridge
across the canyon to support the 250-foot steel span during its erection. This method
was carried out and proved successful.
Details of the principal bridges constructed during the year are listed elsewhere in
the Report.
The situation in regard to steel and timber for bridge-construction was generally
fair, with timber becoming less available and rising in cost toward the end of the year.
In conclusion, I wish to record my appreciation of the work accomplished by both
the office and the field staffs.
C. K. Saunders,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT
A total of nineteen building contracts was completed during 1950-51 at a total cost
of $1,612,493.06. The more important buildings shown in this programme are a
100-bed unit at the New Westminster Mental Hospital, a new Court-house and Government office building in the City of Abbotsford, a new administration building for the
Hospital Insurance Commission, and a new police building at Creston.
At the University of British Columbia, Sections 1 and 2 of the Biological Science
Building and Section 2 of the Applied Science Building were completed at a total cost
of $1,224,742.99.
A total of sixteen large building projects are still in the course of construction under
contracts awarded during the year, or earlier, at a total estimated cost of $6,223,280.
Some of the more important of these include a lOO-be'u unit for the Home for the Aged
at Coquitlam, three 100-bed units at the New Westminster Mental Hospital, a new
Court-house at Courtenay, recreational centre for Essondale, School for the Deaf and
the Blind at Vancouver, office building for the Workmen's Compensation Board at Vancouver, and the new permanent office building at Victoria. With regard to the latter
building, which will be named the " Douglas Building," commemorating Lieutenant-
Governor Douglas, who originally owned the land on which the new building is located,
the following Departments will be housed: Mines Department, Education Department,
Fisheries Department, Municipalities Department, Agriculture Department, Trade and
Industry Department, Public Works Department, and Railway Department.
At the University of British Columbia there are also several important buildings at
present being constructed under contract at an estimated cost of $1,916,259.60, chief
among which are the Preventive Medicine Building, the Woman's Residence Building,
and the Faculty of Law Building.
In addition to the aforementioned buildings completed and under construction, plans
are in various stages of completion and, in some cases, well advanced for new works to
be undertaken during the next fiscal year, and for which funds have been made available,
and it is intended to call for tenders as soon as possible after the start of the new fiscal
year.  -—*-
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT
N 13
Outstanding in the programme of proposed buildings are a new laundry building at
Essondale, a dairy building at Essondale Colony Farm, a 100-bed T.B. unit at Essondale,
a 100-bed nurses' home at New Westminster, boys' training-school at Wellington, a
laboratory building in Vancouver, and also an office building and addition to the Courthouse in Nanaimo. The estimated cost of carrying out next year's programme is
$3,695,350.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
There was a general continuation of the policy to renovate and improve the appearance of public buildings throughout the Province. A good many more buildings were
inspected, and complete reports made as to maintenance requirements. Considerable
exterior and interior renovation was done to the Vernon and Victoria Court-houses, and
several buildings at Tranquille had wiring renewed and new lighting installed.
BUILDINGS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT PRESENT TIME
Project
No.
Location
Completed
Building
Contract
Price
5-B-15
94-B
5-B-ll
5-B-17
7-B-6
79-B
87-B
31-B
90-B
68-B
62-B
62-B
5-B-10
5-B-22
5-B-20
Coquitlam	
Courtenay	
Essondale 	
Essondale - 	
New Westminster
Vancouver	
Vancouver -	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Victoria —	
Victoria - —	
Essondale	
Essondale -	
Essondale	
Per Cent
25
5
90
90
5
90
90
5
98
95
60
95
80
95
25
25
100-bed unit, Home for Aged -
Court-house  	
Recreational centre  	
Addition to bakery    	
Three 100-bed hospital units (Nos. 2, 3, and 4)..._ 	
New school and hospital unit, School for Deaf and Blind -
Occupational therapy addition, Marpole Infirmary	
T.B. Hospital, Fifty-ninth Avenue  	
Alterations to Court-house  	
Alterations to 635 Burrard Street (McKenzie, White &
Dunsmuir Building) .. :...
W.C.B. office building
Permanent office building and boiler plant	
Alterations  and  addition to  old boiler-house,  Finance
annex (approximately)	
Mechanical Installations
Deaerating heater - 	
Coal-bunkers (to date) 	
Coal-fired boiler  _	
Total  	
$249,309.00
313,389.00
274,455.00
17,687.00
936,746.00
298,724.00
28,927.00
1,422,870.00
9,975.00
138,460.00
766,190.00
1,485,458.00
150,000.00
6,658.00
12,330.00
112,102.00
$6,223,280.00
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA CONTRACTS
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver	
Vancouver—	
Vancouver...	
Vancouver-  ...
Vancouver	
Per Cent
80
95
95
80
80
80
10
$946,770.00 ■
501,703.00
64,344.60
10,704.00
44,023.00
41,453.00
307,262 00
$1,916,259.60
Grand total  	
$8,139,539.60 N  14
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51 .......... ...■■>
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REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER
BUILDINGS COMPLETED, 1950
N 15
Location
Building
Total Price
Abbotsford-
Burns Lake~
Clinton	
Creston.	
Essondale—
Floods-	
Golden 	
Hope-Princeton Highway, Mile 36 -
Lillooet	
New Westminster..
New Westminster..
Oakalla 	
Pouce Coupe	
Quesnel	
Terrace	
Victoria	
Victoria	
Essondale-.
Essondale..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Court-house-
Equipment-shed _
Addition to Government building	
Police building and alterations to Court-house..
Transformer-vault, Male Chronic Building	
Highway buildings and scale-house	
Addition and alterations to lockup 	
Personnel building, duplex, garage 	
Court-house addition  	
100-bed unit, No. 1	
Construction of X-ray room-.
Cell block and septic tank	
Public Works garage..
Public Works garage-
Alterations and additions to Home for the Aged-
Hospital Insurance Building..
Addition to King's Printer Building..
Mechanical Installations
Mental Hospital boiler and firing equipment-
Mental Hospital V.U.Z. piping connections....
University of British Columbia Contracts
Biological Science Building, Section 1	
Biological Science Building, Section 2	
Applied Science Building, Section 2 	
$102,537.22
19,890.00
13,666.00
55,793.00
18,095.00
18,244.70
9,651.00
341,378.00
45,459.00
263,002.00
3,601.61
201,308.44
82,472.00
55,881.00
12,332.00
174,246.09
89,959.00
94,193.00
10,784.00
710,635.26
219,826.89
294,280.84
C. D. Campbell,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER
Surveys were carried out during the fiscal year 1950-51 on our highway system in
the Province at a cost of $442,019.11, covering final location of 264 miles of highway,
together with incidental surveys as outlined in the accompanying schedule of surveys.
Legal surveys of highway rights-of-way throughout the Province were undertaken by
B.C. Land Surveyors in private practice, and by Departmental personnel.
The replacement and repair of technical equipment for the entire Department,
including Construction and District equipment, were undertaken by this Branch.
The Construction Department now operates independently from the Location
service. Construction supervision, accounting and personnel detail is no longer the
responsibility of this Branch. Mechanical transport for Construction purposes was transferred to that Branch. The Location service has, in consequence, been able to concentrate
on its initial function with a higher degree of efficiency resulting in the largest survey
programme ever undertaken by the Department having been completed with plans and
estimates ready for construction.
Appointments to our Districts, combined with a percentage of loss of trained
personnel to industrial concerns have had their effect on staff. We have also lost one or
two of our top Locating Engineers who have reached an age limit which prevents them
from undertaking strenuous field work. These losses are to some extent offset by the
previous training of younger men which permits the organization to function to a point
of efficiency compatible with the contemplated highway construction programmes.
Our highway location surveys in unsurveyed and unoccupied lands have, for the
present, entered into more detailed surveys in the populated areas of the Province,
involving surveys in subdivided lands and townsites with incidental effect on public
utilities. This demands more intricate, detailed surveys in order to present encroachment
and related datum, with a corresponding slowdown in survey performance.  HI
REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER
N 17
The continued co-operation of the Districts in respect to our survey operations is
acknowledged. Their local knowledge and information is immediately available and is
utilized by this Branch of the Service.
Total location —	
Total preliminary	
Total reconnaissance
PROGRESS REPORT APRIL 1st, 1950, TO MARCH
3 1st, 1951
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Location
Preliminary
Reconnaissance
Trans-Canada Highway
Miles
13.63
0.36
0.90
23.86
9.00
15.70
16.43
12.59
10.22
3.00
7.00
3.38
8.00
10.30
1.20
6.00
15.60
11.20
1.68
1.50
16.10
2.00
5.60
0.46
6.40
1.25
15.43
3.50
1.12
3.80
10.68
2.44
4.10
3.52
0.90
2.00
1.00
2.70
.1.17
1.30
2.00
5.40
Miles
9.00
izef
0.35
6.36
3.00
Miles
Yoho Park-Golden                                                                 	
27 00
Whitehouse Corner-Fry's Corner  :	
	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Cariboo Highway
Okanagan Highway
Lougheed Highway
Island Highway
Lower Mainland Surveys
23.00
Miscellaneous Surveys
Pemberton Meadows- 	
	
Miles
264.42
15.38
50.00
329.80
J. H. A. Steven,
Location Engineer. N 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER
During the year, revenue funds in the amount of $283,531.53 were expended on the
following equipment: twenty-two dump-trucks, ten bridge-trucks, twenty-six light-
delivery-trucks, four power-maintainers, two hoists, twenty-eight snow-ploughs, two
compressors, one power-roller, ten sand-spreaders, four welders, six trailers, one lighting
plant, eleven miscellaneous machine attachments, and sundry workshop equipment.
The number of trucks in the various age-groups at March 31st, 1951, is as
follows:—
Over 13 years of age, purchased before 1938     24
8 to 13 years of age, purchased 1938-42 (inclusive)  150
5 to 8 years of age, purchased 1943-45 (inclusive)     71
3 to 5 years of age, purchased 1946-47 (inclusive)  171
Up to 3 years of age, purchased 1948-50 (inclusive)  315
Total  731
Increase in total number from April 1st, 1950, twenty-six trucks; average age,
4 years.
EQUIPMENT FUND
Three hundred and twenty-one units, with a present value of $3,308,326, were
operated, with a credit of $254,140.28 after $635,456.32 repairs and $371,656.05
depreciation had been deducted from the rentals. The number of additional units
purchased during the year was kept to a minimum due to the lack of capital funds. Seven
of the nineteen new units were purchased during the last month of the fiscal year as
requirements for the year 1950-51.
The following is the number of each type of unit being operated under Equipment
Fund as at March 31st, 1951:—
Compressors	
Mixers           __   	
8
Pumps  	
       4
5
5
Loaders	
       5
Hoists              .
Trucks ___   	
     33
Mixing plants (bitumin
Truck ploughs _
       6
ous) 	
2
7
Pulvimixers 	
       6
Crushers	
Scrapers 	
       7
Shovels	
28
129
Trailers   -
       8
Graders 	
Tractors	
68
321
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.
Kaslo-Slocan District (Needles-Fauquier Ferry).—The all-welded steel barge
with power-cable built in 1945 for Castlegar service was transferred for service at
Needles-Fauquier in the Columbia River, and the power-cable ferry of wood construction built in 1940 formerly in use at Needles-Fauquier was transferred to Arrow
Park to replace a launch and barge. REPORT OF THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER N 19
Revelstoke District.—The new steel barge built for Arrow Park in 1949 was transferred to the 24-Mile Ferry on the Columbia River, and new power-cable machinery
and house work installed. New power-cable machinery was also installed in the 12-Mile
Ferry.
South Okanagan District.—A new steel, double-ended, twin-screw ferry was built
for service from Kelowna to Westbank; length, 147 feet four inches, beam, 43 feet;
capacity, 35 cars and 200 passengers.
Chilliwack District.—The ferry M.S. "Agassiz," built in 1931, was given a complete overhaul and transferred from the Ladner-Woodward run to replace the
M.S. " Eena," built in 1919, for service at Agassiz-Rosedale.
Lillooet District.^-The Lytton Ferry was replaced with a new 10-ton steel pontoon
reaction ferry.
Yale District.—The two main overhead cables were renewed on the Boston Bar
Ferry.
J. W. Armstrong,
Superintendent of Ferries.
REPORT OF THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
The Construction Branch was organized as a separate unit at the beginning of
the fiscal year, with head office in temporary quarters in Victoria, for the calling of
tenders for, and the supervision of, contracts on main highways throughout the
Province.
Construction work on the Trans-Canada Highway was carried on under agreement between the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.
This included some very heavy and difficult construction in the Fraser Canyon.
During the year, final settlement was made with the contractors on the Hope-
Princeton Road and the highway turned over to the Division.
Cache Creek-Maiden Creek Section of the Cariboo Highway was completed,
which now gives an entirely reconstructed highway from Cache Creek to Lac la Hache,
a distance of 87 miles.
Good progress was made by the contractors, aided by good weather, on the
Peace River Highway, 20 miles remaining to be completed, including the Parsnip
River Bridge.
Major projects were completed on the Southern Trans-provincial Highway east
of Osoyoos and between Wardner and Elko.
Late in the year a start was made on the Victoria-Patricia Bay Highway.
Grading quantities moved during the year were as follows: Rock, 715,500 cubic
yards; other material, 3,712,900 cubic yards. Gravelling: 2-inch base material,
675,630 tons;  i-inch surfacing, 775,750 tons.
Herewith is a report on progress of highway-construction projects on which work
was performed by contract during the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1951.  REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER
N 21
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1950-51
(Miles built during year.)
Project
No.
Name
Miles
*137
152
92
*140
*142
*90
188
189
222
*116
*117
*127
*138
*141
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77
*139
191
205
190
*211
203
*215
*218
Trans-Canada Highway
Hell's Gate Point  .-.	
Alexandra Lodge East _ 	
Laidlaw-Hope and Jackass Mountain 	
Mill Bay revision (Island)  _ - 	
Niagara Creek Bridge replacement (Island)  _
Koksilah-Ladysmith (Island) - - - -	
Vedder Canal Bridge approaches _ _ -	
Diamond Crossing-Bush Creek (Island)- 	
Kamloops East  	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Rock Creek-Bridesville   _	
Osoyoos-Anarchist Mountain  _ _.
Grand Forks east _ _ 	
Erickson-Goat River  -	
Wynndel-Creston   - 	
Wardner-Elko  - - 	
Nine Mile-Bridesville   -
Peace River, Miles 14-44   —_	
Peace River, Miles 44-94   _ _	
Other Highways
Cariboo Road, Cache Creek-Maiden Creek -  _ 	
Cathedral Grove-Alberni _ _  	
Prince Rupert-Galloway Rapids 	
Westwold-Falkland   —- 	
Falkland-Schweb's Bridge _ 	
Rossland-Paterson _   _	
Coquitlam-Ioco _ 	
Hastings-Barnet 	
Pouce Coupe-Tupper Creek _	
Henry Road (Chemainus) — -   	
Trunk Road (Duncan) 	
Total.
0.40
0.80
1.00
0.80
0.13
1.50
1.30
1.60
5.30
12.83
30.87
22.75
12.15
4.22
2.00
0.08
10.33
3.00
0.72
0.36
8.00
0.89
0.38
42.13
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* Completed.
O.   J.   WlLKIE,
Construction Engineer.
REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER
During the fiscal year 1950-51 this branch of the Department completed a paving
programme as follows:—
(1) Bituminous plant-mix pavements, 277 miles.
(2) Non-skid seal coats, 6.6 miles.
(3) Processed base only, 11.3 miles.
Of the above work, 109.9 miles was base-processed, 85 miles by Departmental
forces and 24.9 by contract.
The following tables give the details of the location, type, and mileage of work
completed:— N 22
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REPORT ON BASE PROCESSING, 1950-51
Departmental forces— Miles
Fairview  Loop,  Oliver           3.2
Enderby, No. 5 Highway          1.1
Oliver streets        1.7
Kamloops-Tete Jaune         6.6
Cornwall Lodge-Cherry Creek       5.8
100-Mile House-Lac la Hache    15.6
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Osoyoos easterly :  14.0
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Bridesville easterly  _     1.9
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Wardner-Elko  _ _ -  20.4
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Goat River-Erickson - „   5.0
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Creston-Wynndel     6.1
Kootenay-Columbia Highway at Kimberley.         1.7
Rossland-Paterson   -        1.9
    85.0
By contract—
Canadian Highway         5.7
Island Highway, Niagara Creek Section — -   -     1.3
Mount Sicker Road and junction of old and new Island Highways -     0.7
Island  Highway,  Duncan-Ladysmith   _  17.2
    24.9
Total  base processing    109.9
Departmental forces in connection with base processing sprayed 1,075,724 gallons
of bituminous materials.
The Department's cost per mile for processing was approximately $1,210 without
the cost of the bitumen. With the cost of bitumen the total cost per mile was approximately $3,010 depending on the gallonage sprayed per square yard and the distance of
the work from the refinery.
The contract work cost $1,297 for processing, and with bitumen a total of approximately $3,097 per mile.
REPORT ON MIXING PLANTS
The two plants O-6-E and O-7-E mixed a total of 26,146 tons of asphaltic plant-
mixed material, which was used chiefly for patching-stock; however, the plants provided
the mix to pave 5.5 miles of streets and short sections of road where it was not feasible
or economical to do the work by contract.
BITUMINOUS MATERIALS PURCHASED
All Grades
(Gallons)
Imperial Oil  1,064,027
Shell Oil  2,648,309
Standard Oil  1,642,616
B.A. Oil  641,808
Husky Oil  1,063,179
Barrett Tarvia  201,205
Total     7,270,144
CRUSHING PLANTS
Seven crushing plants were operated by this branch of the Department, which
crushed a total of 724,040 tons of aggregates during the fiscal year.
In addition to the above, this branch of the Department carried out a programme
of testing which included test of aggregates which were produced by our own crushing
plants as well as those operated by contractors, tests of potential aggregate deposits,
concrete testing in connection with the Bridge Department, and certain soil-surveys on
proposed new locations. P rj, ^yILLIS
Surfacing Engineer. N 26
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Trans-Canada Highway revision near Duncan, Vancouver Island. ■SPf^mUHB
REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY N 27
REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY
In accordance with the " Electrical Energy Inspection Act," I have the honour to
submit my annual report for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1951.
THE ACT
A proposal to amend the Act to provide for minimum qualifications for municipal
electrical inspectors and to make mandatory a standard set of regulations throughout the
Province was advanced. Due to opposition by one or two large municipalities the
proposal was deferred pending further negotiation with interested persons.
BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
The Honourable Minister of Public Works has been pleased to appoint the following members to the Board of Examiners, effective January 1st, 1951: L. H. Miller,
city electrician for the City of Vancouver, representing cities and municipalities; E.
Dunsmuir, 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.   Thirteen meetings were held throughout the year.
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 Toronto on May 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and
6th, and the other in Montreal on November 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. Discussion at these meetings dealt with recommendations respecting approval of electrical
apparatus and proposed amendments for the forthcoming new edition of the Canadian
Electrical Code, Part I.
Since the writing of the last Annual Report, the Canadian Standards Association
has opened a branch office in London, England, and is now co-operating with British
manufacturers in facilitating the applications for approval of British electrical equipment.
The relations with the other Provinces of the Dominion are excellent, and much
progress is being made in promoting standard electrical regulations for use across Canada.
POLE-LINE PERMITS
The department during the year checked 377 applications for erection of pole-lines
on Crown lands and Provincial highways. This represented an increase of twenty-eight
applications over the previous year. Recommendatons 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. The value of work carried out in
this connection was slightly greater than the preceding year. The value of work planned
was $568,459.72, as recorded from the contracts awarded.
In addition to the preparation of plans and specifications, supervision was also exercised over each contract during construction.
L. Robson,
Inspector of Electrical Energy. N 28 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF BOILERS
AND MACHINERY
In accordance with the provisions of the " Boiler and Pressure-vessel Act," I have
the honour to submit the forty-ninth annual report of the operation of Steam-boilers and
Machinery Inspection Department for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1951.
THE ACT
Throughout the year Inspectors have been particularly busy in registering and
inspecting hot-water heating plants in compliance with the amendment of March, 1950.
Owners and the plumbing and heating trades have shown the utmost co-operation.
While on this work it became apparent that more specific regulations were desirable to
ensure that the plumbing and heating and steam-fitters' trades, as well as architects and
consultants, may make safe and proper installations. Such a set of regulations is now in
process of preparation.
The establishment of new fees averaging 33 per cent above the old rates met with no
opposition from the public and has created a revenue in excess of expenditure, thereby
placing us once again on a self-sustaining basis.
INDUSTRY
As forecast in my 1949 report, Alberta has turned to British Columbia for oil-
refinery equipment. For the greater part of the year Vancouver Iron Works and Vancouver Engineering Works have been occupied on large contracts for the Alberta oilfields.
Similar work was secured by Dominion Bridge Company, Western Bridge Company, and
Victoria Machinery Depot.
Alberta regulations require this construction to conform fully to the rigid specifications and high standards of the A.S.M.E. Code. The work was inspected throughout by
this department, to the complete satisfaction of the Alberta authorities.
The past year has seen more heavy pressure-vessel equipment built for export than
ever before, which is indicative of the development of our engineering industries in
British Columbia.
INSPECTION
During the fall of 1950 a critical situation arose in the new pulp-mills at Nanaimo
Sulphate and Bloedel, Stewart & Welch at Port Alberni. The District Inspector discovered what appeared to be caustic embrittlement in the lower tubes of the large recovery
units. Professor Straub, the international authority on the subject, was engaged by the
owners, and he confirmed our Inspector's suspicions. Repairs were quickly devised and
effected during Christmas holidays. Changes were made in feed-water treatment, and
the plants both began operating again with little interruption in production. It is fortunate that this condition was detected and corrected in time, otherwise the mills may
have been closed down for several months.
The new mill of Columbia Cellulose Limited at Prince Rupert is almost ready for
production. Inspection of the installation of heavy equipment in this plant involved
considerable work on the part of the design office and the District Inspector.
Howe Sound Pulp Company is preparing Port Mellon for operation again after
being closed down for two years.
ACCIDENTS
On December 3rd, 1950, a Cochrane heater exploded at Pacific Mills plant, Ocean
Falls.    Although considerable damage was done, no one was killed or injured.    The REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF BOILERS AND MACHINERY        N 29
Steam-boiler Inspection Committee apportioned blame to three engineers concerned.
The minutes of the investigation were forwarded March 2nd.
On March 20th, 1951, an engineer started a fire under an empty boiler at Lord
Byng Junior High School, Vancouver, causing damage to tubes and stays. The Steam-
boiler Inspection Committee found circumstances extenuating; the two engineers concerned were censured for negligence. The minutes of the investigation were forwarded
April 20th.
THE CODE
Canadian Regulations for the Construction and Inspection of Pressure Vessels and
Boilers are in the final draft state, and publication is expected soon. The initiating
draft of these regulations was drawn by myself and subsequently, with the help of a
Committee of Provincial Chief Inspectors and representatives of industry and insurance,
was developed into a sound set of regulations.
It is my recommendation that they be given careful study, with the object of adoption here in place of our 1947 Code, which is now out of print and obsolete by modern
standards.
REGULATIONS
Our Regulations Respecting Stationary Engineers were completely revised, passed
by Order in Council No. 2430 on November 1st, 1950, then published in booklet form.
The booklet has been well received, not only by engineers, but by union officials, employers, and educational establishments.
One of the highlights of the new regulations is the credit given to candidates who
have taken engineering courses at Vancouver vocational schools or by correspondence.
STEAM-FITTERS
Over the years the steam-fitting trade has sought Government certification and registration via this department. On January 22nd delegates presented their request to the
administration, after which I was authorized to prepare a draft of suitable regulations.
This has been done and will be presented for examination presently.
REFRIGERATION      •
The only difficulty created by our separation from the Workmen's Compensation
Board was with refrigeration.
In this type of plant the inspection of pressure equipment and general safety
conditions are closely interwoven; this was no problem when our Inspectors performed
the dual role of Boiler and Machinery Inspector and Safety Inspector. After separation
from the Board we were at a loss as to how far we could proceed in refrigeration work.
In May, 1950, at an open meeting of the Workmen's Compensation Board preparatory
to revising its regulations, it was considered that such work might be surrendered to us
in its entirety.
Just previously I had met the representatives of the Okanagan Federated Shippers'
Association at Kelowna and found that they were not opposed to a good set of refrigeration regulations, and that they favoured this department as an inspection authority, but
they vigorously opposed any plan that warranted certificated operators.
The Workmen's Compensation Board thereupon omitted all reference to refrigeration in its regulations and left the work to us. In addition, we have been given every
encouragement by refrigeration contractors, owners, and consultants that we continue
such work. N 30 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
Coincidentally with this was the publication of the Mechanical Refrigeration Code
(B 52) by Canadian Standards Association. During the ensuing fiscal year each Inspector will make a survey of all refrigeration plants in his district using B 52 as a guide.
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 clerical staff consists of one clerk and three stenographers.
There have been no changes in personnel during the year.
SUMMARY OF WORK
New designs and amendments calculated and reported
on  437
Amendments to designs  29
Fees collected for designs  $3,758.85
Fees collected for work done in boiler-shops  $5,059.56
New boilers built in British Columbia  236
New boilers built in Eastern Canada  27
New boilers built in the United States  22
Second-hand boilers imported  9
Plates inspected and tested  712
Over-all cost of department to Government  $67,216.29
Over-all total revenue  $71,485.16
In conclusion, I wish to express my appreciation of the prompt attention given me
by Public Works officers whenever I visit Victoria; in this regard I would mention particularly Mr. Harrison, the Assistant Deputy Minister, who renders valuable assistance in
expediting my Departmental business through the right channel.
Finally, I thank the staff of the department for their hard work and co-operation
throughout a busy year. They are to be commended for maintaining the prestige and
public respect that the department has enjoyed for almost fifty years.
D. Denham,
Chief Inspector.
DISTRICT REPORTS
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 1 (VANCOUVER ISLAND AND THE ISLANDS)
(Divisional Engineer, O. G. Gallaher)
Alberni Electoral District
Roads.—Gravelling was completed on Central Lake Road so that the entire road
could be paved. A bulldozer was employed widening and clearing Lake-shore Road, and
the same machine was employed in widening Faber Road. Several other smaller roads
were opened up. Campbell Avenue was completed in the Village of Tofino by Departmental forces. Gravelling throughout the district was carried on extensively. Two miles
of the Canadian Highway leading into Alberni were reconstructed, ready for pavement.
The Canadian Highway over the mountain was reconstructed by contract and pulvimixed
to carry over the winter. DISTRICT REPORTS
N 31 N 32 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Bridges.—No new bridges were constructed; however, maintenance was carried out
throughout the district.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 10.4 miles of plant-mixed asphalt was laid in this
district.
General.—Winter conditions were severe and snow-ploughing difficult on many of
the narrow back roads, although this has been somewhat eased by construction during
the summer. All roads were kept open as early as possible with equipment and men
available.
Comox Electoral District
Construction.—A total of 1.85 miles of the Canadian Highway beyond Cathedral
Grove to the summit was completed and brought to standard, and was pulvimixed, ready
for paving.
Various sections of the Island Highway between Qualicum and Campbell River were
reconstructed, a total of 20.41 miles—1.9 miles was done by conract and the rest with our
own forces; also, before the end of the fiscal year, grubbing was started on the Island
Highway from Sandwick to Oyster River, 13.6 miles, preparatory to reconstruction this
year. The above includes the portion from Qualicum to Bowser, 13.44 miles, which was
started last year.
Cumberland Road in Courtenay from Fifth Street to the Esquimalt & Nanaimo
Railway crossing (0.52 mile) was reconstructed with our own crews.
Preparatory work for paving, was done on Brewster Lake Road and Hilliers Road,
a distance of 4.12 miles.
On Quadra Island the Indian Reserve Road was constructed to give access to the
Indian village. On Malcolm Island the Dickenson Point Road was 50 per cent completed.
Maintenance.—All roads were maintained throughout the year as far as funds would
permit.   A good many roads were greatly improved by heavy gravelling.
Bridges.—On the Island Highway a start was made with our own crews replacing
May Bridge, Nile Creek, with a permanent structure. Cook Creek North Bridge and
Rosewall Bridge were completed by contract.
Roberts Bridge, Sayward Road, was replaced with a frame trestle. The following
bridges were replaced with culverts and fills: McKelvie, Kitty Coleman, Seaside, Thames
Creek, and five trestles on the Sayward Road.
Buildings.—Equipment-shed and gasoline-shed were completed at Courtenay.
Bituminous Surfacing.—There were 20.55 miles of pavement laid on various sections of the Island Highway and 1.9 miles in the Courtenay area.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was not as heavy as the previous year, but the
season was longer, extending into April. Roads, generally speaking, were kept open at
all times.
Ferries.—Denman Island car-ferry and Quadra Island passenger-ferry operated
satisfactorily throughout the year.
Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District
Roads.—Reconstruction of 3.9 miles of the Youbou Road was carried on by
Departmental forces; 4.5 miles of the old Island Highway north of Duncan were shaped
up and paved by contract; 17.1 miles of the new Island Highway were completed, ready
for pavement, by contract; and numerous small projects were carried out throughout
the district.    Three miles of the Cedar Road were reconstructed, ready for pavement.
Bridges.—Repairs were carried out on all bridges, and five bridges were replaced
with culvert and fill.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 22.6 miles of bituminous surfacing was laid in
the District. DISTRICT REPORTS N 33
General.—Heavy snowfall taxed snow-ploughing resources at times; however,
most roads were cleared within forty-eight hours. Heavy frost in March damaged many
of the lighter pavements.
Esquimalt Electoral District
Construction.—Contracts for the construction of the Niagara Creek and Mill Bay
diversions on the Island Highway, having a total length of 2.63 miles, have been completed to standard with primer-mix surface.
On the Sooke Road 5.1 miles of road were reconstructed and widened with a
primer-mix surface. Rocky Point and Telegraph Roads were widened and gravelled,
a length of 2.7 miles. There was 0.55 mile of subdivision roads reconstructed and
giavelled.    This work all carried out by our crews.
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained in a satisfactory
manner.   Damage by frost was negligible.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was fairly heavy throughout the district, although not as
heavy as the previous year, but lasted over a longer period of time. The roads were kept
open continuously with full crews working eight-hour shifts.
Bridges.—The superstructure of Wilkinson Bridge was completed by our own crews.
A frame trestle bridge, 131 feet long, was constructed over Veitch Creek on Gillespie
Road. Sherwood Bridge on Quarantine Road was replaced with a 4-by-6 reinforced-
concrete box culvert and fill. Reids Bridge on Rocky Point Road and Davidson Bridge
were replaced with 60-inch reinforced-concrete culvert pipe; this work is 50 per cent
complete.
The main span of the bridge over the San Juan River at Port Renfrew, which was
washed out by floods the previous winter, was replaced.
All other bridges were maintained in so far as funds would permit.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Work done by our own crews consisted of 1.35 miles of
road-mix pavement in the View Royal area, 6.43 miles of processed base, 2.10 miles
of road resprayed, and 2.20 miles of road seal-coated. One mile of road was pulvimixed
by contract.
Ferries.—The Brentwood-Mill Bay Ferry operated satisfactorily throughout the
year, and the ferry-slips were adequately maintained.
The Swartz Bay ferry-slip was extensively repaired, but is in poor shape and should
be renewed as soon as possible.
Garages.—The Langford Garage was kept busy throughout the year and gave very
efficient service.
Nanaimo and The Islands Electoral District
Roads.—One and one-half miles of the Fulford-Ganges Road were reconstructed.
Terminal Avenue, part of the classified highway through Nanaimo, was reconstructed,
ready for paving. Extensive drainage of the road system was carried out in the Nanaimo
area.
Bridges.—All bridges were maintained in good condition, and one larger bridge
was replaced with culvert and fill.
Ferries.—The Gabriola Island Ferry continued to give adequate service to residents
of Gabriola Island.
The Fulford-Swartz Bay Ferry schedule was increased to meet traffic demands.
Bituminous Surfacing.—One-half mile of bituminous surfacing was laid in this
district.
General.—Replacement of old cedar culverts with concrete pipe continued. Heavy
snow conditions again taxed snow-removal equipment, and severe frost in March broke
up many of the lighter pavements. N 34 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Oak Bay Electoral District
Work in Oak Bay was all carried out by the municipality, which consisted of maintaining 5.06 miles of secondary highway.
Saanich Electoral District
Construction.—A start was made on the reconstruction of the East Saanich Road
from Douglas Street north 5.8 miles; widening of 3 miles is being done by our own crews,
and 2.8 miles, consisting of several revisions, are being done by contract. This work is
about 10 per cent complete.
Part of West Saanich Road, Amity Drive, Moxon Terrace, Lowe Road, Birch Road,
and part of Third Street were reconstructed, widened, and gravelled by our own crews,
a total length of 3.95 miles, in the North Saanich District.
In View Royal area 0.8 mile of subdivision roads was widened and gravelled,
preparatory to hard-surfacing.
Maintenance.—All roads were maintained in a satisfactory condition throughout.
On Lochside Road a 5-by-8 reinforced-concrete box culvert was installed, replacing
a wooden one which collapsed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—There were 0.34 mile of roads surface-treated, 0.5 mile
road-mix pavement renewed, and 4.15 miles of old pavement seal-coated.
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions were not very severe, being much more moderate
than the previous year.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2 (BURNABY, CHILLIWACK, DELTA, DEWD-
NEY, MACKENZIE, NEW WESTMINSTER, NORTH VANCOUVER, AND
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(Division Engineer, S. A. Cunliffe)
Burnaby Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance, ditching, brushing, etc., was carried out on
all roads.
Reconstruction.—The widening, reconstruction, and paving of Grandview Highway
from Douglas Road to Tenth Avenue was completed, a distance of 3.3 miles.
Bridges.—The replacing of Mill Creek Bridge No. 1 on the Hastings-Barnet
Highway with fill and a 60-inch-diameter asbestos-bonded steel culvert was 50 per cent
completed.   Ordinary maintenance was carried out on all other bridges in this district.
Snow-removal.—This was heavy during the month of March, but traffic was kept
moving, with no unusual problems.
Chilliwack Electoral District
New Construction.—Abbotsford By-pass, 1.01 miles, was surfaced. Construction
of approaches to new Vedder Canal Bridge (under construction), Sumas and Chilliwhack
Municipalities, was let by tender and construction started.
Reconstruction.—Secondary Highways 62b and 106b, Chilliwhack Municipality,
were reconstructed and surfaced, our Department contributing the usual percentage of
costs.
Maintenance.—Centre-line marking, brushing, ditching, patching, and other normal
maintenance work were carried out on all main roads in the district. Pavements, for the
most part, withstood the spring break-up very satisfactorily.
Surfacing.—Trans-Canada Highway was surfaced from Laidlaw to the east boundary
of Chilliwack Electoral District. '•>*-> ;K*V
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Mud-slides and Snow-removal.—Very heavy rains during February, approximately
12 inches in a three-day period, caused every creek in the district to go wild, several
washouts occurring on the Trans-Canada Highway between Rosedale and Hope, as well
as on other roads in the district. Some large-sized mud-slides also occurred. Trans-
Canada Highway was closed to traffic from February 9th to 14th. Road crews were
kept busy for several weeks cleaning creeks, opening culverts and bridges, and repairing
roads. Heavy snows in March were handled very well by road crews, who were successful in keeping roads open and in good condition.
Bridges.—Marshall Creek Bridge No. 2, on the Sumas Prairie Section of the Trans-
Canada Highway, 6r, was replaced by a permanent concrete and steel bridge. This bridge
was constructed by our own bridge crew.
Piers and abutments for the new Vedder Canal Bridge were completed, as was the
steel superstructure.   A commencement was made on laying the new concrete deck.
Several smaller bridges on side-roads were replaced by culverts and fill.
Ferries.—Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry was forced to suspend operations during the
June freshet, also during March cold spell due to ice. A larger ferry, M.V. " Agassiz,"
capacity seventeen cars as against eleven carried by the M.V. " Eena," was put in service
in September, thus providing a better service at this point.
Delta Electoral District
Reconstruction.—One mile of Scott Road, 133r, was reconstructed to highway
standards and surfaced during the year. Campbell .River Road, 114r, reconstructed
during the 1949-50 fiscal year, was paved. A commencement on the reconstruction of
McLellan Road, 125r, Surrey Municipality, from Cloverdale westerly, was made with
clearing, drainage, and building of the grade, except for surface course,' largely completed
for a distance of 2.5 miles.
Maintenance.—A very severe winter, the second in succession, caused considerable
damage to some of the older roads, which required considerable repair and patching to
put back into satisfactory condition. The main roads withstood the winter very well and
were satisfactorily maintained during the year.
Snow-removal.—Heavy snows in March were satisfactorily handled by our road
crews, who worked around the clock when necessary to keep roads open and hills
adequately sanded.
Bridges.—Reconstruction of Canoe Pass Bridge to Westham Island, Delta Municipality, was commenced in early March. A ferry service was provided while the bridge
was out.
Repairs to Eburne Bridge No. 4 at Marpole were also put in hand, with orders being
placed for a new Howe truss, etc.
A small timber bridge on McLellan Road, 125r, Surrey Municipality, was replaced
by a large arch culvert.
A trestle bridge over the Serpentine River, also on McLellan Road, was replaced
by a creosoted trestle structure, having a creosoted laminated deck with concrete surface.
Fraser Street Bridge No. 8 on No. 5 Road, Richmond Municipality, was redecked.
This bridge is 1,120 feet in length.
Ferries.—Ladner-Woodward Ferry operated very satisfactorily during the year.
Ladner ferry-slip was surface-treated.
Municipalities.—Secondary Highway 50b in Richmond Municipality was reconstructed and surfaced for 4.5 miles by the Department; 2.5 miles of Secondary Highway
40b in Delta Municipality was likewise reconstructed and resurfaced. Surrey Municipality was given aid on various local roads and bridges, while Langley Municipality
received aid in its local bridge-replacement programme. district reports n 37
Dewdney Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads. Several jobs of
straightening, widening, gravelling, and improving drainage were done on various roads
in the district.
Construction.—Work was completed on the Hatzic-Mission Section of the Lougheed
Highway.
Stave River Bridge approaches and Chehalis River Bridge approaches were completed.
New Coquitlam River Bridge approaches and retaining-wall were completed.
Ioco-Bedwell Bay Road completed for 1 mile.
The extension of the highway from Agassiz to Ruby Creek was pushed forward 0.7
mile through heavy rock.
Three miles of the Coquitlam-Port Moody revision were 75 per cent completed
by contract.
Reconstruction of the Trans-Canada Highway at Floods was completed, except for
paving, for a distance of 1.3 miles. This reconstruction eliminated the Flood Slough
Bridge and two railway crossings; also the slides which had been experienced in the past
were improved.
Weigh-scales were installed at Floods, to be operated by the R.C.M.P.
The 0.75-mile extension to Dale Road was 75 per cent completed.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The following surfacing was completed:—
22r, Stave River Bridge approaches, 1.3 miles.
22r, Kanaka Creek Bridge approaches, 0.2 mile.
23r, Mission-Hatzic Section, 2 miles.
Sylvester Road, 2.5 miles.
59r, Hammond Loop, 1.8 miles.
69r, Haney Loop, 0.8 mile.
Jackson Road, 1 mile.
Harris Road, 2 miles.
11-61, Trans-Canada Highway, Silver Creek westerly, 2.4 miles.
Loop comprising Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam River Bridge approaches,
Pipe-line Road, through City of Port Coquitlam, 1.9 miles.
Snow-removal.—All roads were kept open at all times.
Bridges.—A new bridge was constructed across the Chehalis River on the Morris
Valley Road. This was a 180-foot Howe truss on concrete piers, with treated pile trestle
approaches.
Work on Stave River Bridge was completed.
Coquitlam River Bridge was completed.   Considerable work was done in the river-
channel removing debris, sand-bars, and generally improving the river up-stream from
the bridge.   The material was used to build the Coquitlam-Port Moody revision.
Government Bridge No. 5 on the Port Moody-loco Road was reconstructed.
School-house Bridge No. 16 on the Dewdney Trunk Road in Mission Municipality
was reconstructed.
Pitt River Bridge No. 41 was repainted and repaired.
Eagle Mill Bridge No. 116 was reconstructed.
Extensive repairs were made on numerous bridges throughout the district.
The new reinforced-concrete bridge over the C.P.R. tracks at Port Moody was 35
per cent completed, by contract.
Three heavy freshets occurred during the winter—one on December 24th, 1950;
the second on January 25th, 1951; and the third on February 10th, 1951. Each freshet
caused considerable damage throughout the district, especially in the Hatzic Prairie area,
Repairs were started immediately and were carried out as far as possible. N 38 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
Mackenzie Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads and trails were maintained in the usual manner throughout the district.
Major Construction and Improvements.—Several major projects, consisting of
widening, grade revision, and storm-sewer installations, were completed in the Powell
River and Sechelt areas.
Bridges.—The Hagensborg Bridge, a 180-foot THT, being built by contract, was
carried to 80 per cent completion as at March 31st, 1951. All existing bridges were
kept in as good a state of repair as funds would permit.
Snow-removal.—There was very little snowfall in the district during the early part
of the winter, but for the last two months of the fiscal year snow-removal became a continuous operation.
New Westminster Electoral District
Maintenance.—Streets were maintained by patching, brushing, and ditching in
District Lot 172.
Construction.—Three thousand seven hundred lineal feet of new curb were constructed on Eighth Avenue and Twentieth Street in District Lot 172.
Surfacing.—Trapp Road was paved from Marine Drive to Fenwick Street, a distance
of 500 feet. The grade was raised at the corner of Eighth Avenue and Twentieth Street
and paved full width for a distance of 300 feet.
North Vancouver Electoral District
General.—The regular maintenance work was carried out.
Construction.—Installation of storm-sewers and moving of poles, preparatory to
surfacing, were completed on Marine Drive, 156r.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal and sanding kept crews continuously occupied
during the latter part of the winter season.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District
General.—The usual maintenance work was carried on throughout the district.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal in the District was comparatively light.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No.  3   (COLUMBIA, KAMLOOPS,  REVELSTOKE,
SALMON ARM, AND YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, S. D. H. Pope)
Columbia Electoral District
Maintenance.—Gravelled roads were graded and general maintenance carried out.
Big Bend Section of the Trans-Canada Highway, Kootenay-Columbia Highway, and
sundry side-roads were regravelled where necessary, but no heavy gravelling programme
was carried out, except on 1.8 miles of the Kootenay-Columbia Highway reconstructed
in 1949-50. Reconstruction of 2 miles of the Kootenay-Columbia Highway was started
13 miles south of Golden, the work being done by day-labour.
Bridges.—Temporary bridges were built to replace the bridges over the Bush and
Sullivan Rivers on the Big Bend Section of the Trans-Canada Highway. Extensive
repairs were carried out to Big Foster, Boulder, Cariboo, and Middle River Bridges on
the Big Bend. Forster and No. 3 Creek Bridges were redecked, and a running-deck put
on Spillimacheen Swing. Sullivan Channel Bridge was removed and filled in. Petty
repairs were carried out to various other bridges.
Snow-removal.—An early winter, heavier snow than normal, and a late spring made
snow-removal difficult, and more costly than usual.   The Big Bend was opened at the -,;'«.;>•%-
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end of April and ready for traffic by May 24th, though light traffic was allowed over it
before this date.
Kamloops Electoral District
Maintenance.—Routine maintenance and repairs, particularity to pavements, were
carried out following the spring break-up in 1950.
Extraordinary traffic on the Trans-Canada Highway required particular attention
to pavements throughout the year. Considerable ditching and gravel surfacing was completed on many side-roads. All heavy-travelled roads were bladed continuously and,
despite the extreme dry weather, road-surfaces were kept in good shape.
Severe winter conditions with alternative cold and warm spots increased and aggravated snow-ploughing conditions. During January, February, and March several
severe storms had crews operating on a twenty-four-hour basis.
Construction.—Three miles of the Kamloops-Tete Jaune Road between Kamloops
and Heffley Creek were reconstructed on realignment.
Work was commenced on a 13-mile section of the Trans-Canada Highway immediately east of Kamloops.
Kamloops-Tete Jaune Road was opened for light traffic between Avola and
Albreda, and many tourists were successful in travelling this route from Jasper to Vancouver.
Bridges.—Maintenance was carried out on at least 35 per cent of the bridges in the
district. No new bridges were erected, although five bridges were completely reconstructed. The general condition of the bridges throughout the district is gradually improving, although many bridges still need to be replaced. Traffic was maintained over the
bridges at all times.
Ferries.—All ferries were maintained in good condition.
Plant and Equipment.—Improvements were made to the plants at Kamloops and
Barriere involving extensive exterior painting and interior alterations.
The garage was given an interior coat of white paint, and a new lighting system
installed to conform with industrial standards
An equipment-shed was constructed at the Barriere camp, and other improvements
made at this point.
Several new pieces of equipment were added to the District's complement, chief of
which was a new Austin-Western 99h grader, which proved a valuable asset to maintenance work on roads. Two rotary shovel snow-ploughs were also acquired, which
helped fill in the lack of suitable equipment to battle snow conditions as prevalent in the
Kamloops area this past year.
Revelstoke Electoral District
Maintenance of Roads.—Three graders were on the Big Bend three weeks of every
month from May 15th to October 15th. Gravelling was done on the back roads of the
Mount McPherson-Mount Begbie Road. One grown-over road to the tourist attraction
at Begbie Falls was brushed out and renovated. The Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road was
partly brushed, and the. verges cleared by D-7 to aid snow-removal and drainage in the
worst areas. The Solsqua-Cambie back roads were more thoroughly widened and
renovated with a D-7. On the Revelstoke-Sicamous Road and Big Bend entrance to
Revelstoke, approaches to level crossings were widened and brushed for visibility.
Approximately fifty log culverts were replaced throughout the district with corrugated-
iron pipes.
Buildings.—The Public Works shops were painted on the inside and made weather-
tight by removing old sliding doors and insulating with shavings. A new chimney was
built, and a considerable amount of rewiring was done to accommodate new machinery ^^^^*—
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and winter electric heating units for graders and trucks. A new coal-shed was built on
the railway siding.
Paving.—The roads to Williamsons Lake and the golf club were paved by the
Surfacing Branch of the Department with hot plant mix. A short stretch of secondary
highway on Third Avenue in Revelstoke was also done, to make a total of 3.3 miles.
Bridges.—All bridges were inspected by J. H. Hardy and the District Engineer in
May. No complete reconstruction jobs were done, but several bridges on the West Road
were repaired and trussed up, and the remainder of the work was redecking and stringer
replacement.
Construction.—Three-mile level crossing: Fifteen to twenty thousand yards of the
mud-slide were excavated and the slopes smoothed by bulldozer.
Nineteen-mile diversion:  No work was done on this section.
Malakwa-Craigellachie: The coarse gravel was stabilized with about 8,000 yards
of a clay-bearing pit-run gravel.   Fence-posts were put in and some barbed wire put up.
Surveys.—The district administered a location party for the Location Engineer.
This party did several bridge-site plans on the Revelstoke-Sicamous Road and completed
hard-shell drawings of the entire road as constructed now with some 36 miles of preliminary lines and full topography from Craigellachie to Clan William. A plan to
replace the twin bridges at Three Valley Lake with one bridge and an approach to eliminate excessive curvature and grade was finalized.
Ferries.—A new steel barge was installed on the Columbia River ferry 24 miles
south of Revelstoke. Both this unit and the one located 12 miles to the south were fitted
with new power units for slack-water operation.
Snow-removal.—The snow season started in mid-November, which is a good month
earlier than normal, and continued until the end of March. The snowfall was over 240
inches, which is a record in forty-four years of record-keeping. The average for the
forty-four years is 150 inches. A snowfall of 37 inches in twenty-four hours was the
heaviest.   Even with this, all school buses in the district maintained.service on schedules.
Slides in the lake area out west were heavy and came down on the whole stretch
twice for major interruptions of traffic for periods of three to four days. A policy of
blasting down all slides in slack periods plus a slow spring relieved the district of the
usual " spring thaw " slides.
The Big Bend was kept open until January 1st as far as Downie Creek (40 miles)
with little trouble. It was maintained with the exception of a two-week closure because of
slides at Mile 17 all winter. Three heavy snow and timber slides which came down at
Miles 22 and 27 were unprecedented.   They were cleared in May.
In the Beaton-Trout Lake-Cambourne area, trucking-roads were maintained until
January at great expense, and sleighing-roads during February and part of March. The
Cambourne Road was cleared in April. This area requires a small rotary unit and
extensive road-widening if roads are to be kept open economically all winter.
Salmon Arm Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads in the district were maintained in good condition throughout the year.   Many farmers worked out taxes on side-roads and trails.
Reconstruction.—Kamloops-Vernon Highway between Falkland and Schweb's
Bridge (10.3 miles) was realigned and constructed to 30-foot width. On the Sorrento-
Blind Bay Road a diversion of the existing road at Bain's Hill for a distance of 0.6 mile
was 75 per cent completed by our own forces.
Bridges.—During the year four bridges were renewed, and one pile-trestle bridge
on a new site, commenced in 1949, was completed. Chase Bridge (length, 860 feet) over
the South Thompson River was redecked with cross-ties and longitudinal plank, and
extensive repairs were undertaken on many other bridges. N 42 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Bituminous Surfacing.—Kamloops—Vernon Highway between Duck Meadows and
Falkland (21.6 miles) was paved with asphaltic plant mix, 24 feet wide. Four hundred
and fifty cubic yards of asphaltic plant mix was stored for district maintenance.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall for the year was above normal, with much drifting, which
kept our equipment continually busy from December to the end of March. All roads
were kept open.
Ferries.—Ferry service between Sorrento and Scotch Creek was suspended, due to
ice forming in the Shuswap Lake, from February 1 st to the end of March.
Yale Electoral District
Maintenance.—Grading requirements of main and side roads again increased, due to
a heavier influx of sportsmen and logging operations.
Improvements in grade, alignment, and visibility were made at two railway crossings
between Spences Bridge and Merritt and at several points between Merritt and Aspen
Grove. Five miles of the Merritt-Kamloops Road and 2 miles of the Douglas Lake Road
were gravelled.
Brushing, installation, and maintenance of culverts were continued.
The 1951 spring break-up was the worst in many years, there being extensive
damage to the pavement on the Trans-Canada Highway and sloughing of banks, due to
saturated ground conditions.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—On the Trans-Canada Highway widening and realigning was completed from Mile 133.3 to Mile 134.1
East of Alexandra Lodge (Mile 128.2 to Mile 129.2), six wooden bridges were
eliminated, and the retaining-walls and fills almost completed. Considerable widening
in solid rock neared completion.
Realignment and widening by excavation of large sand and gravel quantities was
completed from Mile 162 to Mile 163.5 (Cisco (west) project).
On Jackass Mountain (Mile 159) one-half mile of highway was widened along
rock bluffs, and four bridges were replaced by retaining-walls and fills.
The Merritt-Princeton Road from Mile 60 to Mile 63.5 was reconstructed. Reconstruction of the Spences Bridge-Merritt Road from Mile 32.5 to 35 was 60 per cent
completed.
Buildings.—A three-bay standard equipment-shed, an office, and tool-sheds were
constructed at Lytton.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Plant-mix bituminous surfacing was laid from Mile 103.9
to Mile 106.3 of the Trans-Canada Highway.
Bridges.—Bridges throughout the district were maintained as required. Several
were redecked.
On the Trans-Canada Highway, Tunnel-mouth Bridge over the C.P.R. near Yale
was eliminated by a concrete tunnel extension, wing-wall, and fill. Others replaced by
retaining-walls and fills were six near Alexandra Lodge and four on Jackass Mountain.
Hope Bridge was redecked, using a thin concrete deck-slab with steel grid reinforcement.   Alexandra Bridge was repainted and redecked with an open steel grid system.
Old wooden bridges in the Fraser Canyon were constantly inspected and repaired.
With legal loads controlled by the weigh-scale at Yale, there is no cause for alarm con-
verning the safety of any of these bridges.
Ferries.—The Boston Bar-North Bend Aerial Ferry operated continuously during
the twelve months, except for a three-day interruption for engine repairs. During the
twelve months 13,916 vehicles and 41,171 passengers were transported. This was an
increase of 44 per cent in vehicles and 19 per cent in passengers over the previous year. DISTRICT REPORTS N 43
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 and minor repairs were undertaken on all roads
throughout the district. A considerable improvement was made on the Kettle River West
Road to McCulloch, also Kettle River Main Road, up Christian Valley, with widening,
gravelling, and improved alignment in some sections.
A new 16- by 29-foot oil-shed was erected, also two electrically operated gas-pumps
were installed at Grand Forks to augment the equipment-shed completed last year.
Road Projects Nos. 87, 116, and 117 on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
were completed.
Snow-removal.—The usual snow-removal was carried out from November into
March, the latter month proving the heaviest of the season.
Surfacing.—Thirty-nine miles of new plant-mix surfacing were laid on No. 3
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Osoyoos and Boundary Falls, as well as
10.9 miles receiving a processed base for black-topping later.
Bridges.—No new construction was undertaken or extensive repairs carried out
during the year, apart from routine maintenance repairs.
Bridge projects under contract—namely, Boundary Falls No. 35 and Rock Creek
No. 33, both steel and concrete construction—were completed, whilst Ingram No. 34,
a steel and concrete, high-level bridge over the Kettle River and Canadian Pacific Railway
(Kettle Valley branch) was 80 per cent completed.
North Okanagan Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads. The Lumby- '
Mabel Lake Road, the Rollings Lake Road, and the Sigalet Cut-off were widened.
Numerous culverts were installed and weed-spraying and brush-clearing were carried out.
New warning and directional signs were erected. Three cars of road-oil were used in
dust-control. Two miles of centre line were repainted, 39,000 cubic yards of gravel
were distributed on various roads, and 800 cubic yards of plant-mix asphalt were used
in patching pavements.
Surfacing.—Okanagan Highway through Enderby was pulvimixed for 1.1 miles.
Our maintenance crew surfaced two streets for the City of Enderby with 21/i-inch
machine mix.
Reconstruction.—The Kalamalka Lake Road was reconstructed by the Department's forces for 1.3 miles, widened to 34-foot sub-grade, with improved line and grade.
Bridges.—There was no major bridge-construction in this district. Four timber
bridges were reconstructed, two bridges were replaced with culverts, four were redecked,
and ten bridges secured minor and miscellaneous repairs. Approaches to Baxter's
Bridge were completed.
Snow-removal.—A fairly mild winter with alternate cold and mild spells during
the season made for very icy conditions on the highways, sanding being extremely heavy
and continuous; all roads were kept open. The Monashee Road was closed for the
winter.
South Okanagan Electoral District
Maintenance.—Some 6 miles of right-of-way were opened, and a heavy gravelling
programme for local roads was undertaken. Thirty-three and one-half miles of new
gravelled roads were completed.   Extensive ditching and road-drainage were completed. N 44
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Severe local road break-ups were encountered in March of 1951, due to a mild
winter and late heavy frost. A 28-foot extension was completed on the Public Works
garage, and a new local garage at Westbank was started.
Surfacing.—Twenty-six and four-tenths miles of plant-mix surfacing on local fruit-
haul roads, 1.7 miles of road mix, and 3.4 miles of surface treatment were completed.
Two miles of plant-mix surfacing on the Okanagan Highway and Bernard Avenue in
Kelowna were laid.
Snow-removal.—A normal snowfall was experienced, and although snow-ploughing
was not as heavy as the previous two winters, considerable icing was encountered, particularly on the local side-roads, and a heavy sanding programme was necessary.
Flood-control.—Some local flooding occurred above the Casorso Bridge, where
annual flood conditions are experienced. Further work above the Smith Alphonse Dam
on Mission Creek was undertaken. About 1 mile of channel was riprapped with angular
rock. The dam itself was reinforced and refaced with a concrete mat, and the downstream side was heavily rocked to prevent extensive scouring.
The spring flood of 1950 did not cause damage in the area which had been prepared
in 1949. However, below the K.L.O. Bridge the banks were badly scoured, and much
emergency work was necessary during high water to hold the water in its channel.
Bridges.—Two small bridges were reconstructed on the Westside. Heavy repairs on
six others were made.
Ferries.—No disruption of ferry service occurred due to ice conditions. Overhaul
and repairs for three ships was undertaken during the winter. Extensive emergency
repairs to the ferry piling and docks were necessary during the year.
Construction and Reconstruction.—Twenty-six miles of road were reconstructed in
preparation for paving. This included realignment and regrading and heavy gravelling.
In addition, 10 miles of new road were built on the Westside V.L.A. project. The gravelling of these roads was not undertaken.
SlMILKAMEEN ELECTORAL DISTRICT
Roads.—Main gravelled roads were maintained in good condition throughout the
year. Main paved highways were patched and shoulders maintained with graders. The
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway from Kaleden Junction to Princeton was sprayed
with weed-killer.
The Copper Mountain Road was widened, and crushed gravel was placed for a
distance of 12 miles.
The Princeton-Merritt Road was widened and realigned for a distance of 3 miles.
In the Osoyoos-Oliver area, 6.4 miles of orchard roads were oiled.
Bridges.—Two main highway bridges were constructed—one at Keogan Creek on
the Okanagan Highway and one at Osoyoos on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
One 22-foot bridge, with concrete abutments, was constructed on the Green Mountain
Road.
Major repairs were carried out on Marron Valley Junction-Oliver Bridge No. 1
and Penticton-Marron Valley Junction Bridge No. 3. Minor repairs were carried out
on other sundry bridges.
Paving.—Five miles of plant-mix recapping were done on the Hope-Princeton
Highway from Allison Pass easterly. On the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, 3.4
miles of plant mix was laid from Osoyoos easterly. On the Fairview Loop Road at
Oliver, 3.2 miles were pulvimixed.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall over the entire district was comparatively light, but
icing and slushing conditions were very bad. Sanding was very heavy. All main and
side roads were kept open and in good condition. N 46 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Floods.—No high water was experienced in the Okanagan section of the district.
The Similkameen River and tributaries were high, reaching the peak of 1948 on June
14th. Considerable work had been done protecting dykes and channel-clearing prior
to high water; consequently, only minor damage was caused to roads.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hope-Princeton Section.—Maintenance was
taken over by Similkameen District in July, 1950. Considerable patching was necessary,
although the highway in general came through the winter in good condition.
Four major repair jobs were done at Miles 2, 28, 44, and 82.5. Seven miles of
plant-mix paving were laid from Mile 28 to Mile 36, and five miles of plant-mix recapping from Mile 36 to Mile 44.
The highway was only closed for sixteen hours during the winter, which was due
to snow-slides.
Flooding was negligible, heavy rains in February causing some damage 6 miles
east of Hope.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5  (CRANBROOK AND FERNIE ELECTORAL
DISTRICTS)
(District Engineer, J. A. Dennison)
Cranbrook Electoral District
Reconstruction.—A project was undertaken by Departmental forces to reconstruct
2 miles of arterial highway through the City of Kimberley.   This was completed.
Two farm entrance roads of approximately half mile each were reconstructed to
facilitate snow-ploughing operations.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A second 1 Vi -inch layer of plant-mix asphalt was laid on
3.1 miles of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway near Wardner.
Two miles of plant-mix surfacing were laid on the arterial highway through the City
of Kimberley.   This piece was first pulvimixed.
Maintenance.—Considerable gravelling was done on roads which were improved
and widened the previous year. This consisted primarily of pit-run gravel. An aggregate 14 miles were completed.
Six and one-half miles of the Louis Creek Road in the Fernie district near Wasa
were reconstructed and gravelled.   The work was done by Cranbrook forces.
Several improvements were made on the Waldo-Newgate Road by reducing grades
and widening narrow fills. Gold Creek channel in the same area was straightened and
cleaned of debris.
All creek-channels from Moyie to Goatfell were cleaned of debris and straightened
where possible. Considerable channel work was also done on Mark Creek and Perry
Creek channels.
The slopes on a large through-cut on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway east
of Cranbrook were flattened to alleviate an eroding condition.
High side-hill cuts on the Moyie Hill and on the Banff-Windermere Highway near
Kimberley were ditched and cleared of sluffs.
Two miles of side-roads in the vicinity of Cranbrook were oiled to combat dust
nuisance.
Normal maintenance was carried out on all side-roads in the manner of grading,
ditching, repairing culverts, brushing, etc.
Many directional and warning signs were erected on all highways, and all advertising
signs were removed according to regulations.
Approximately 5,000 tons of patching material was used in the maintenance of 63
miles of road-mix asphalt surfaces which had deteriorated badly. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^s
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Tall timbers, Alberni Highway, Vancouver Island. N 48 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Snow-removal.—An above-normal snowfall was experienced, and equipment worked
from December to March.
Bridges.—A new three-bent pile trestle was constructed on Perry Creek, replacing
a long stringer span and crib abutments.
Wycliffe Bridge across the St. Mary River was widened 4 feet over the Howe truss,
and new approach bents were put in on concrete pedestals to accommodate this width on
the approaches.
A temporary log-stringer span was constructed over the Kootenay River at Spring-
brook.
Four bents on the St. Mary Lake Bridge were replaced with two 35-foot log-stringer
spans.
Numerous small bridges were repaired or redecked.
Fernie Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout the
district during the past year. Two miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway east
of Hosmer and six miles west of Fernie were scarified, gravelled, and given a dust-
prevention treatment of oil. Side-roads were ditched, and many of the old wooden
culverts were replaced with corrugated-iron pipe culverts, several carloads of pipe being
used for this purpose. The policy of widening existing roads with dozers and graders,
during maintenance operations, was adopted.
Particular attention was given to the erection of highway warning-signs, and all
highways are now adequately signed.
The road to Estella mine, north of Wasa, was realigned, widened, and gravelled for
a distance of approximately 6 miles by Departmental forces.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—The 20-mile section of the Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway between Wardner and Elko was completed by contract and is
now considered one of the finest sections of highway in the Province.
In the Michel area a total of 2.4 miles of bridge approaches on new alignment
were constructed to a 40-foot width by Departmental labour and equipment.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The. 20-mile section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Wardner and Elko was paved to a width of 24 feet, and centre-lining was
carried out on this section as well as on the 6-mile section from Fernie to Hosmer.
Bridges.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all bridges throughout the district
during the past year. The three steel spans in the Michel area were completed and
painted. Painting was completed on three beam spans at Wardner Slough, Little Sand
Creek, and Big Sand Creek. Steel and concrete overheads at Jaffray and Elko were
completed, with the exception of painting.
Flathead and Dally Bridges, in the Flathead area, were reconstructed by Departmental forces.
Tunnel Creek Bridge and Elko Overhead were replaced with culverts and fill, as
were many small structures on side-roads throughout the district.
Snow-removal.—An average amount of snow was recorded during the year under
report, and all roads were kept open. Due to the heavy fall rains, with subsequent heavy
frost prior to snow, many mud and snow slides in the area of Fernie were experienced,
the worst being at Christmas-time, when the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway was
blocked from December 24th to December 27th.
River Protection Work.—Considerable river protection work was done in the Elk
River at Fernie, Hosmer, Michel, and Elk Mouth Bridges. Despite the high flood
potentiality, an even run-off was experienced over a considerable period of time and
little damage was done. DISTRICT REPORTS N 49
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6 (KASLO-SLOCAN, NELSON-CRESTON, AND
ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICT)
(Divisional Engineer, H. T. Miard)
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District
General.—The highways in the Kaslo-Slocan District were kept in good condition
throughout the year, although the task was tougher than usual owing to the extended dry
spell during summer and long periods of rainy weather during late fall and early winter.
Additional trouble was experienced during the spring break-up, with numerous frost-boils
and sections where roads gave out completely.
Major Programme.—Summit Lake Project: New wooden bridge on pile abutments
and 1,500 feet of improved alignment were completed.
Dog Creek Project: Replaced old bridge with 170 lineal feet of 6-foot-diameter
multiplate culvert, also improved alignment for one-half mile with 40,000 cubic yards
of material moved.   Project not completed.
Regravelling: Vallican-Pedro Creek, 4.5 miles; Slocan City-Cape Horn, 4 miles,
1-inch crushed gravel being placed.
Bridges.—Reconstruction was completed of a 50-foot King-truss bridge on Four
Mile creek adjacent to the Village of Silverton and reconstruction of a 50-foot King-truss
bridge over McCormick Creek near Burton. New bridges were constructed at Pedro
Creek and over Lyle Creek near Retallack, both with wooden deck on concrete abutments.
The bridge crew also was kept busy full time on general maintenance, decking, and
cribbing, etc.
• Ferries.—Needles-Fauquier Ferry was replaced with former Castlegar Ferry after
same was completely overhauled and reconditioned at Nakusp. Former rented powerboat with Department barge at Arrow Park Crossing was replaced in the fall with former
Needles-Fauquier power-ferry after same had been overhauled and reconditioned at
Nakusp. New caps, stringers, and deck were placed on ferry approaches at Needles and
Fauquier and completed in time for high water. Also complete new ferry approaches
were started at Arrow Park (East and West), but not finished in this financial year. No
difficulties were experienced during the past winter's operations.
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 roads, but these were
removed as quickly as possible. Our ploughs travelled 20,635 miles, and 319.75 miles of
roads were kept open throughout the year.
Flood Damage.—Some damage was experienced at Arrow Park, Burton, and in the
Lardeau-Gerrard Road area.
Nelson-Creston Electoral District
Construction.—Reconstruction and gravelling of 3.01 miles of road between Arrow
Creek and Goat River, with small sections between Erickson and Goat River included,
was completed on contract. This completed Project No. 138. The remainder of the
5.4 -mile section between Erickson and Goat River was reconstructed and gravelled by
Departmental forces; this comprised Project No. 200, which was completed.
Construction of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Creston and
Wynndel on a new location, Project No. 141, was completed and gravelled. This totalled
6.25 miles of newly constructed road and was done on contract.
On the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Nelson and Castlegar, the
section Mile 26.4 to Mile 27.6 was completed and gravelled by Departmental forces;
this completed Project No. 120. N 50 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Reconstruction comprising widening and providing adequate drainage and base
course, with minor changes in grade and alignment, was commenced by Departmental
forces on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Nelson and Balfour,
Mile 0-101.   Approximately 7 miles of this work were completed by the end of the year.
Major reconstruction of the Nelson-Nelway Highway was commenced on contract
over a section extending 2.73 miles south of Nelson. Clearing and grubbing was completed, and construction to sub-grade was 40 per cent completed at the end of the year.
Reconstruction of the Creston-Erickson back road, a main road through the Creston
fruit-growing area to the packing-sheds, was undertaken. This entailed raising the roadbed 2 to 3 feet throughout a 2.3-mile section, widening, providing drainage, and gravelling.   This was completed and comprised Project No. 173.
Reconstruction on a minor scale was commenced on the Riondel Road—6.5 miles.
This work was undertaken in conjunction with the Department of Mines and the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Canada, who contributed equal amounts with
the Department toward the cost. The grading work was done on contract and supervised
by the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company. The gravelling and installation of
culverts was undertaken by Departmental forces. The work was 40 per cent completed
at the end of the year (Project No. 199).
A |-mile section of the Creston-Summit Creek Road was reconstructed by raising
the road-bed above the level of the flats, some 3 feet throughout, with selected fill
material, hauled in.   The road was gravelled, and proper drainage provided.
The road adjacent to the new high school in Creston was improved substantially in
grade by fill material, widened and gravelled. Tenth Street in Nelson was opened, and
a grade built and gravelled between Falls Street and Gordon Road.
A 3-mile section of the Canyon-Porthill Road was rebuilt, widened and ditched,
and gravelled on tax labour. Some Departmental equipment was also employed in the
grading, and Departmental forces renewed the culverts.
Maintenance.—On the Nelson-Nelway Highway the section Mile 33.3 to Mile 36
was surfaced with screened gravel. A narrow rock section at Mile 38.3 was widened to
permit two traffic lanes, by blasting. Gravelling was carried out over 4 miles of the
Salmo—Trail Highway, and considerable widening was carried out on narrow sections of
the roadway.
The bridge over Sandy Creek on the Blewett Road was replaced by a 54-inch culvert
and fill, and the road alignment improved over a small section. A dry masonry wall on
the Nelway-Waneta Road was replaced.
The Creston-Porthill Road was treated with a second treatment of calcium chloride
dust-layer, and the road was free of dust throughout the year.
A through rock cut on the Creston-Wynndel lower road was widened by blasting
some 10 feet in width over a length of 500 feet.
Routine maintenance was carried out throughout the year, including grading of all
gravel roads, ditching, slashing, and replacing culverts and highway" signs. Several new
sections of steel guard-rail were erected and old rails renovated.
Dust-layer was spread on fruit-orchard roads in Creston and Wynndel, and on all
main gravel roads where they passed through villages. Several side-roads were also
treated where logging-trucks caused a dust nuisance to roadside dwellings. Dust-layer
was also applied in the streets of Rosemont and Upper Nelson.
Extensive pavement patching was carried out on the section of the Nelson-Balfour
Road from Mile 10 to Mile 18, and also on the section from Mile 0 to Mile 10, which
was not reached in the reconstruction.
Paving.—Between Kitchener and Goatfell, 8.2 miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway were paved on contract. DISTRICT REPORTS N 51
The remaining unpaved sections of the Nelson-Castlegar Section of the above highway were completed. This involved 2.8 miles of new pavement and a recap on approximately 3 miles.
Five and four-tenths miles between Erickson and Goat River and 6.25 miles from
Creston to Wynndel were pulvimixed, as a base for future paving, by the Surfacing
Department.
Five miles of the newly reconstructed section of the Nelson-Balfour Highway was
treated with asphalt dust-layer.
Flood-protection.—Quite extensive flood-protection measures were taken prior to
high water in 1950, due to the lateness of the run-off and warning of high flood potential.
Considerable work was done in the Goat River channel at Creston in clearing logjams up-stream of Creston-Porthill Road Bridges No. 1 and No. 2. Bridge No. 1 was
reinforced at its south approach on the up-stream side with some 2,000 cubic yards of
rock riprap.
Dyking of the North Fork of Salmo River was carried out over some 1,500 feet.
Bridge approaches over the Salmo River and Kid and Hazel Creeks were protected and
strengthened.
Bridges.—The construction of the new Walker Bridge (Bridge No. 48, Creston-
Goatfell No. 2) over the Goat River was completed, and the new bridge opened. This
is a 180-foot through steel truss with two 50-foot steel-beam approach spans, all with
concrete deck.   The old bridge was dismantled and removed.
The local bridge crew redecked and repaired the Castlegar-Nelson Bridge No. 1
(Pass Creek) and Nelson-Balfour Bridge No. 2 (Kokanee Creek), also Creston-Porthill
Bridge No. 2. Maintenance, including painting, was carried out on many other bridges
in the district.
Ferries.—The approaches and landings to the Kootenay Lake Ferry at Balfour and
Kootenay Bay were provided with flood-lights and electric navigation-lights, with connections made to local power-supply. The Nelson Ferry barge interior was scraped and
red-leaded. The engine on this ferry was replaced, and a spare engine prepared to serve
either the Nelson or Castlegar Ferries in an emergency.
Two 60-foot towers were built to provide an overhead guide-cable for the Nick's
Island Ferry, and the ferry was converted to operate with this overhead cable.
All ferries operated satisfactorily throughout the year, and routine maintenance was
carried out, including the replacement of several cables.
Garages and Equipment-sheds.—An extension 20 by 30 feet was built to the Creston
repair-shop, and the old repair-shed was completely renovated. New aluminium siding
and roofing was installed, and a concrete floor poured. The extended shop was insulated
for working during cold weather.
A two-bay equipment-shed was built in Salmo with concrete footings and to standard
specifications.   Footings were also poured for future extension to four bays.
All the above building work was carried out by Departmental forces.
Government Buildings.—A new building comprising a Court-house and police
office with policeman's quarters and gaol was completed at Creston, by contract. The
administration building was altered to convert the old Courtroom and police quarters to
office space.   This building was renovated and redecorated.
Major alterations and redecorating work was commenced at the Nelson Land
Registry Office, by contract. This involved the conversion of the basement to office
space, and was 70 per cent completed at the end of the year.
Snow-removal.—Although the snowfall was not abnormal, the mild temperatures
and continual thawing and freezing made snow-ploughing work very arduous this winter,
as the road-surface was continually breaking to wet slush. N 52 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
The district experienced an exceptionally severe spring break-up in March, 1951,
caused by the abnormally high moisture in the ground, due to the wet weather until fall
and early winter. Road conditions were especially poor in the Salmo vicinity, and crews
worked night and day on several stretches of highway south and west of Salmo to enable
traffic to get through.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District
Construction and Reconstruction.—On the Rossland-Paterson Road the work
started last year between Rossland and Silica (2 miles) was completed by day-labour.
Later the surface was stabilized by pulvimix and made ready for paving, 24 feet wide.
A contract was given to the W. C. Arnett Construction Company to complete the
reconstruction of this road, from Silica to Paterson, on the International Boundary, a
distance of 4.55 miles. Work started in August but was not completed on account of
winter conditions.
Asphalt Surfacing.—A contract was given to the Taylor Construction Company to
do paving work on the Castlegar-Trail Section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
and on the newly constructed section of the Trail-Salmo Road. On the Trail-Salmo
road 10,4 miles were paved from Trail past Fruitvale, and 8.2 miles were completed on
the Castlegar-Trail Road when work had to cease in the fall.
One mile of Castlegar streets and 0.3 mile at Shaver's Bench in Trail were also paved.
Other paving in the District was repaired and maintained in fair condition.
Maintenance.—All roads were maintained during the year, and considerable gravelling was done.
Bridges.—All bridges were maintained during the year. The main repairs consisted of the renewal of the ties and decking on the Columbia River Bridge at Trail, new
stringers and new decks on two bridges on the Rossland-Cascade Section of the Southern
Trans-Pacific Highway, and the renewal of ties and deck on the bridge over the railroad
at Castlegar
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions were severe last winter, but all main roads were
kept open and hills sanded when necessary.
The Rossland-Cascade summits were kept open all winter. The loss of the North-
port Ferry by fire on March 18th made it necessary to keep the summits open during the
spring break-up.   This was accomplished with great difficulty, due to the heavy traffic.
Castlegar Ferry.—The new Castlegar Ferry was put in service on the morning of
April 19th.
Shop and Garage, Rossland.—Construction of a new shop and garage was started
during the latter part of the year, but was not completed at the end of the year.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7 (CARIBOO AND LILLOOET
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, J. P. Hague)
Cariboo (South) Electoral District
Highway Maintenance and Reconstruction.—Reconstruction of the Canim Lake
Road and important tributaries was undertaken, and some 36 miles of road in this area
were rebuilt.
Ten miles of the Likely Road east of Beaver Lake were improved by elimination of
poor grades and alignment, and by gravelling.
Two bad grades on the Horsefly Road were improved, and considerable work was
done on the Hanceville-Canoe Creek and Big Creek Roads. Twelve miles of the Mel-
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Fifteen miles of new construction on the Cariboo Highway between the 100-mile
House and Lac la Hache were pulvimixed by Departmental forces.
During the fall 15 miles of winter road were constructed from Williams Lake to
Mile 170, Cariboo Highway, to remove traffic from the condemned Deep Creek Bridge.
Bridges.—Numerous bridges were completely rebuilt at widespread points throughout the district, and redecking and repairs were carried out on the Hanceville and Chil-
cotin Suspension Bridges. The steel work and cables on the Chilcotin Suspension were
also painted.
The bridge crew was required to set up camp in five localities.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was heavier this year than is normal, and considerable
drifting was experienced. Crews worked long hours in temperatures ranging down to
45 degrees below zero.
Cariboo (North) Electoral District
Roads.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads, progressive improvements being made on the following roads:—
Fraser, No. 32:  Six miles of road were completely rebuilt and gravelled.
Barkerville, No. 38: Two and one-half miles of road were completely rebuilt and
gravelled between Wells and Barkerville.
Quesnel-Blackwater, No. 58:  One mile of road was completely rebuilt.
Lake Creek Road:  One mile of the road was completely rebuilt.
West Quesnel streets, No. 492: Two miles of streets opened up and gravelled.
Bridges.—General maintenance was carried out on several small bridges.
Blackwater Bridge No. 67 was completely rebuilt, a stringer bridge replacing the old
King truss.
Ferries.—Three ferries operated during the year, considerable trouble being again
experienced due to heavy loading. Maintenance cost will in general become higher as
the ferries are used more and more by logging and lumber trucks.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was carried out throughout the district, with no
main road being closed at any time.
Lillooet Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all highways; 20.10 miles
were regravelled, and 10 miles of secondary roads were improved.
Major Reconstruction.—Dawson & Wade Company, on Project No. 12, completed
the 12.15 miles of relocation north of Cache Creek on the Cariboo Highway.
Bituminous Surfacing.—On the Cariboo Highway 11.8 miles of plant-mix asphalt
were placed on a pulvimixed base between Mile 20 and north of Clinton. Patching was
carried out between Spences Bridge and east of Cache Creek.
Bridges.—Three modern 50-foot steel-beam span bridges, with a 26-foot deck, were
constructed, on concrete piers supported on fir piles, between Cache Creek and Mile 20,
Cariboo Highway. Kane and Ryan Pile Trestles were rebuilt, and twenty-nine other
bridges received attention.
Flood Damage.—Heavy winter snowfall resulted in exceptional high water in the
area between Lillooet and Pemberton, including the Bridge River. The Lillooet Station
Bridge over Cayoosh Creek was washed away, and the Gun Creek truss was down on the
south end. Minto City was inundated by Gun Creek, and several houses collapsed.
Fourteen bridges were washed away or damaged and repaired with funds granted under
the " Flood Relief Act."
Ferries.—At Lytton a new steel pontoon 10-ton ferry replaced the old wooden
pontoon ferry which was carried away by the high water of the Fraser River. The
Pavilion, High Bar, and Big Bar reaction ferries were maintained and operated until
ice formed. -.i^-^^^-V-*-
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Snow-removal.—Snowfall, if anything, exceeded the previous record year.    High
winds and drifting snow followed by warmer weather resulted in miles of snow-slides,
. particularly on the Bridge River and Lillooet-Lytton Roads.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8 (ATLIN, PRINCE RUPERT,
AND SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, L. E. Smith)
Atlin Electoral District
General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the Atlin Electoral District.
Grading, gravelling, ditching, and culvert installation were all carried out.
There were no new construction projects carried out, all the work being concentrated
on improving and maintaining the existing roads.
South Atlin
Bear River Road, No. 63:  Grading, gravelling, and brushing.
Salmon River Road, No. 66: Replaced Boundary Creek Bridge with culvert and fill.
Also carried out were minor betterments, including ditching and grading.
Indian Mine Road: A new pack-trail bridge across Cascade Creek, 125 feet long
and 8 feet wide, was constructed.
Big Missouri Road, No. 73:  Gravelling and ditching.
Stewart-Hyder Road, No. 102: Ditching and bituminous-surface repairs.
Arterial Highway 72r:  Resurfaced about 1,000 feet with M.I.P.
Dunwell Mine Road:  Brushing and bridge-renewal.
Snow-removal.—A fairly heavy snowfall, varying from 30 feet at Stewart to 43 feet
at Premier mine, was dealt with effectively, and the important roads were kept open.
Stikine
Minor betterments were carried out on the Dease Lake Road, including short
revisions, gravelling, ditching, and bridge-repair.
North Atlin
Minor repairs were undertaken on the Atlin Highway, in the form of ditching and
gravelling.   Clearing and widening were commenced on the Surprise Lake Road.
Considerable trouble was experienced with glaciation in the winter, but traffic was
kept moving during the winter season.
A culvert and fill was installed to replace a small bridge on the Spruce Creek Road.
Bridge-repairs were carried out on Goldrun Bridge No. 14, Halfway Bridge No. 15,
and McKee Creek Bridge No. 26.
Prince Rupert Electoral District
Roads.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads and highways within the
district.
Reconstruction was completed on the plank road between Masset and Tow Hill
(Project No. 181) and on the road between Tlell and Port Clements (Project No. 84).
The Northern Trans-Provincial Highway and other travelled roads in the district
were kept clear of snow.
Bridges.—All bridges in the district were maintained, with minor betterments being
carried out on many. Six bridges were replaced by culvert and fill between Skidegate and
Tlell.
Wharves.—Repairs were made to the Prince Rupert Wharf and the Cow Bay Floats. N 56 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
Skeena Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district.
This consisted of gravelling, ditching, and brush-cutting.
Construction.—One mile of new construction on the Lakelse Lake-shore Road was
completed. The Remo Road was reconstructed for approximately half its length, a distance of 3 miles. At Nash Gullies, on the Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing Section of the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, one gully was filled in and a concrete-pipe culvert
put in place. The approach to Anlaw Bridge on the Kispiox Valley Road was practically
completed. This consisted of removing a rock-cut on the south bank of the Skeena and
using the material for fill and riprap on the north bank.
Bridges.—General maintenance was carried out on all bridges in the Skeena District.
The Anlaw Bridge on the Kispiox Valley Road was completed, except for painting. This
is a 250-foot steel truss on concrete abutments.
Ferries.—All ferries operated satisfactorily.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was very heavy throughout the Skeena District. With
the exception of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway from Exstew to Tyee, all roads
were kept open at all times.   The Exstew-Tyee Section was closed from January to April.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 9 (FORT GEORGE AND OMINECA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, D. D. Godfrey)
Fort George Electoral District
Maintenance.—Apart from general maintenance carried out to district roads, all the
local roads in the Pineview and Buckhorn districts and the Sintich Road were high-
graded and gravelled, all defective culverts being replaced. The Salmon Valley Road
was also gravelled.
All frost-boils on a 2-mile stretch of road 26 miles west of Prince George on the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway were dug out and filled with gravel. Fourteen miles
of this highway were gravelled between Swede Creek and the district boundary.
On the Cariboo Highway 1 mile of road was ditched and gravelled.
Two bad slips occurred on the Cariboo Highway, both on side-cuts, 2 miles and 30
miles south of Prince George respectively.   These were back-filled and consolidated.
Reconstruction.—Spittal Creek-Redpass: This reconstruction, commenced in
1949, was completed this year. The major part of this work consisted of rock-removal
and gravelling.
Prince George-Hutton, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway: This road was gravelled from Giscome to Aleza Lake, a total distance of 18 miles.
Swede Creek-Squirrel Creek, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway: Clearing on
this 2-mile stretch was 50 per cent completed in preparation for reconstruction.
Construction.—Sinclair Mills-Hutton, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway: Rough
grading on this new piece of road was completed, but no gravelling carried out.
Bridges.—Salmon River Bridge: An old channel up-stream was widened out to take
care of flood-water and minimize erosion.
Willow River Bridge: Further work was done on a dyke up-stream from the bridge,
but this was not completed before high water and part of the dyke was washed out.
Bridge Replacements.—Garvin Canyon, Chief Lake Road: The fill replacing the
old bridge was completed and approaches gravelled.
Mile 30 Bridge, Cariboo Highway: A culvert and fill replacing this bridge was completed this year.  N 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
Swift Creek Bridge: This bridge north of Valemount, was washed out by high water,
and a new pile-trestle bridge constructed. The up-stream section of this creek was
straightened out to avoid future erosion.
Nukko Creek and Henderson Bridges: Replaced by 18- and 16-foot stringer bridges
respectively.
Ferries.—All ferries were operated and minor maintenance work carried out.
Snow-removal.—An additional 23 miles of the Hart Highway north of Summit Lake
was ploughed for the first time. Very bad drifting conditions were experienced all winter
in the McBride-Valemount area and in Prince George in February.
Omineca (East) Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance of all roads was carried out throughout the
district in the usual manner.
Highway Construction and Improvement.—The 2-mile section of road between
Vanderhoof and Fort St. James at Mile 24 to Mile 26, which was uncompleted in
1949-50, has now been fully completed.
On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway between the Sob Lake Road and the
Rod and Gun Club Road, the 7-mile section was fully completed during the year and has
been a big improvement to the road system within the district
Three miles of reconstruction were undertaken and completed immediately west
of Endako.
Bridges.—In all, eighteen bridges were repaired and maintained during the year.
Three bridges were reconstructed.
Ferries.—The Fort Fraser and Hulatt Ferries operated during the open season. The
Finmoore Ferry service was discontinued as at July due to lack of sufficient traffic to
justify its operation.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was about normal during the winter. In all, 447 miles of
road were kept open at an average cost of $63.04 per mile.
Omineca (West) Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out with grading, ditching, and
replacing of culverts. All roads are in fairly good condition, in spite of increased heavy
traffic in this district.
Reconstruction.—Two and four-tenths miles of road were reconstructed west of
Telkwa on relocation for betterment of grade and alignment. Several other projects
were undertaken, including widening, clearing, and gravelling on the Topley-Babine
Road, Burns Lake-Babine Road, and Houston-Wistaria Road at Nadina. Five miles
of gravelling on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway west of Burns Lake were completed. Gravelling on the North Francois Road was undertaken, and 25 per cent of the
work completed.
Bridges.—The 55-foot King truss of the Bulkley Bridge at Telkwa was reinforced
on cords and braces. General maintenance and repairs were carried out on eighteen
other bridges.
Ferries.—The M.V. " Jacob Henkel " on Francois Lake maintained regular schedules throughout the season, with considerable increase in traffic, from May 9th, 1950,
until January 15th, 1951, when the lake froze over.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was very heavy during the season, which commenced
early in November.   Five hundred and twenty-two miles of road were kept open.
Buildings.—General maintenance and repairs to buildings and grounds were carried
out throughout the year. The interior of the Burns Lake Court-house was decorated
throughout, and also the interior of the Burns Lake Lockup was redecorated throughout
the living quarters. DISTRICT REPORTS N 59
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No.  10 (PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL DISTRICT)
(Divisional Engineer, W. R. Workman)
Roads.—All roads throughout the district were maintained as usual. Tax labour
was employed to advantage on many side-roads.
Reconstruction was carried out on 9.1 miles of road, in the form of widening and
raising of the grade above the general ground-level to eliminate bad snow-drifting conditions. This work was performed on Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst Road (No. 3), Farming-
ton-Alberta Boundary Road (No. 6), and Montney-Stoddart Road (No. 114).
A 3.5-mile diversion of Tupper-Gundy Road, No. 20, was constructed from the
Hays District to connect with Alberta Boundary-Dawson Creek Road, No. 1.
Reconstruction of 9.7 mile of Alberta Boundary-Dawson Creek Road, No. 1, was
completed by contract.
Fort St. John-Boundary Lake Road, No. 103, was extended 4 miles into the recently
opened agricultural area north of Clayhurst.
Severe weather conditions, particularly during the latter part of the winter, made
snow-removal exceptionally difficult.
Bridges.—One bridge was constructed and three reconstructed. Thirteen bridges
were replaced by culverts and fills.
Ferries.—The Clayhurst and Hudson Hope Ferries operated satisfactorily throughout the season. N 60
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Under Part III of the " Highway Act "
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1951
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities
33r
152r
39b
34r
33b
130r
32r
153r
162r
123r
34b
35b
138r
119b
36r
44r
43r
121r
78r
113r
126r
68r
73r
10lR
102r
131r
134r
129r
75r
165r
19r
57r
136r
122r
137r
113b
144r
37r
23b
80b
87r
124r
127r
114b
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial -	
Secondary—
Arterial	
Arterial -	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial -	
Secondary 	
Secondary	
2.00
1.60
1.50
River Road	
Beaver Creek Road_ 	
Vernon-Salmon Arm  	
Armstrong-Salmon Arm	
Trans-Canada... 	
Armstrong _.	
0.43
0.90
Chilliwack _
1.65
1.35
1.06
1.10
1.03
Cumberland Road, England Ave., and Fifth
St   	
Van Home St., Baker St., and Cranbrook
St 	
Dunsmuir Ave    .
Courtenay-Cumberland Road (Fourth St.)—
York Road, Tzouhalem Road, Government
St., and Island Highway	
	
0.36
0.21
1.46
Tzouhalem Road -  -  	
Secondary ...
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
0.68
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
3.70
3.80
4.05
2.65
2.85
2.61
0.90
Greenwood 	
Kamloops  -
Trans-Provincial
Columbia St. and Trans-Provincial Highway-
	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Kimberley. —
Warren   Ave.,   Wallinger   Ave.,   Ross   St.,
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Nanaimo  	
Merritt-Kamloops    	
Merritt-Princeton	
Nicol St., Ravine St., Fraser St., and Co-
——
Marine Drive, Third St., and Cotton Road _
Trunk Highway, Third Ave., Kingsway, and
Argyle St	
■
Lougheed Highway-	
Arterial-	
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary    ....
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
loco-Port Moody           	
First Ave., Victoria St., and Cameron St.
Shawatlans Road, Fredericks St., Eleventh
Ave., Prince Rupert Blvd., and McBride
Street 	
Prince Rupert  ■
Wilson St., Douglas St., Charles St., First
St., and Wales St  .........
Third St., Railway Ave., and Fourth St	
Rossland-Paterson Highway, Columbia Ave.,
St. Paul St., Le Roi Ave., and Schofield
Highway	
1.13
Rossland 	
2.65
0.90
0.69
Salmon Arm-Enderby 	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp  	
0.21
0.92
2.41
2.30
Trail
Vernon	
Thirty-second St., Forty-third Ave., Twenty-
Thirtieth   Ave.,   Thirtieth   St.,   and   Cold-
0.78
63.69
5.39 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
N 61
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31st, 1951—Continued
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial    Secondary
District Municipalities
Burnaby  	
Chilliwhack-
Coldstream -
Coquitlam _
Delta -
Fraser Mills -
Glenmore	
Kent	
Langley-
Maple Ridge.
Matsqui	
Mission-
Salmon Arm .
Spallumcheen .
Sumas..
North Cowichan..
North Vancouver
Oak Bay 	
Peachland  	
Pitt Meadows	
Richmond .
Saanich	
1r
14r
17r
135r
14b
22b
8r
9r
62b
106b
103r
18r
166r
167r
14b
115b
133r
40b
76r
82r
26r
160r
3r
77r
128r
22r
73b
4r
12r
23r
77b
96b
31r
159r
36b
156r
157r
56b
109b
40r
21r
74b
75b
78b
79b
92b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29r
30r
52r
84r
155r
85b
38r
146r
24b
26b
62r
143r
32b
6r
IIIr
!50r
Trans-Provincial (Kingsway)..
Hastings-B arnet 	
Central Arterial	
Grandview-Douglas.
North Road (west half)	
Riverway (Marine Drive)	
Trans-Provincial (YaleRoad).
Rosedale Ferry Road	
Sardis Road	
Cultus Lake Road	
Monashee Road (White Valley).
Dewdney Trunk Road	
Lougheed Highway... 	
Coquitlam Road.
North Road (east half) 	
Clarke Road „	
Road to Ferry, Westminster Ave.,  Elliott
St., Ladner Trunk Road, and Scott Road
Boundary Bay Road	
Central Arterial 	
Kelowna-Vernon	
Trans-Provincial    (Deroche-Agassiz   Road
and Agassiz Ferry Road) 	
Harrison Hot Springs Road	
Trans-Provincial  - 	
Aldergrove-Bellingham..
New McLellan Road	
Trans-Provincial	
| River Road and Dewdney Trunk Road.
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road) ...
I Abbotsford-Mission	
| Trans-Provincial  	
| Dewdney Trunk Road	
Cedar Valley Road	
Island Highway..
Cowichan Lake Road	
Quamichan Lake Road	
Marine Drive _.   —
Main St., Dollarton Highway, Deep Cove
Road 	
Mountain Highway  	
Beach Drive _ 	
Peachland-Kelowna	
| Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk Road)..
| Harris Road	
j Hammond Road _	
] Harris Road - - 	
| McNeil Road _	
j Old Dewdney Trunk Road..
I No. 5 Road	
Woodward Highway	
Steveston Highway	
Island Highway-
Quadra St. and Saanich Road -
East Saanich Road 	
West Saanich Road -	
Scott Road and portion of Mount Newton
Cross-road  	
Verdier Avenue  	
Keating Cross-road-
Trans-Provincial	
Canoe Road	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie..
Vernon-Kamloops.
Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway. —
Armstrong-Salmon River- 	
Trans-Provincial	
" C " St., Abbotsford-Huntingdon Road..
Abbotsford By-pass —  	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary _
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.—-.
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary-
Arterial	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial -
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary..
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary .
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.-
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary _
Secondary-
Secondary .
Secondary..
Secondary ..
Arterial	
Secondary-
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Secondary..
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial —
4.22
6.38
6.15
5.43
15.27
2.25
9.00
1.96
7.50
0.40
15.85
0.78
0.93
13.72
2.37
10.82
4.04
1.10
12.46
7.88
5.27
9.10
13.00
2.50
1.00
6.00
7.16
3.23
1.70
3.65
9.00
10.00
1.60
0.77
8.25
4.70
4.90
12.35
11.68
2.05
0.50
1.40
3.30
3.65
0.88
1.40
1.05
7.80
10.80
15.50
2.00
4.25
1.73
5.06
1.70
0.90
1.90
2.00
3.50
6.28
2.90
2.00
4.20
6.25
7.10 N 62
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STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st, 1951—Continued
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial    Secondary
District Municipalities
—Continued
Summerland-
Surrey	
West Vancouver..
Village Municipalities
Abbotsford.	
Burns Lake-
Campbell River-
Chapman Camp-
Castlegar..
Comox	
Cranberry Lake
Creston	
Dawson Creek _
Fort St. John _.
Gibsons Landing -
Harrison Hot Springs-
Hope —- -	
Lake Cowichan .
Ly tton._
Lillooet—
McBride-
Mission City..
North Kamloops-
New Denver	
Oliver...._ 	
Osoyoos
Parksville.
Pouce Coupe	
Qualicum Beach-
Quesnel....
Salmo	
Silverton.
4lR
117b
2r
13r
15r
114r
125r
139r
90b
89r
132r
5r
11r
149r
49r
158r
120r
105b
107b
112r
119r
111b
95r
45r
147r
110b
141r
142r
70r
161r
46r
81r
98r
99r
106r
107r
108r
116r
92r
93r
24r
25r
93b
97b
109r
88r
115r
118b
145r
104r
105r
83r
94r
154r
47r
140r
90r
Penticton-Kelowna 	
Giant's Head Road  	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road).
] Pacific Highway .
King George VI Highway-
Campbell River Road	
New McLellan Road	
Scott Road 	
Campbell River Road 	
Marine Drive Addition 	
Marine Drive, Joly St., Lome Ave., Nelson Ave., Bay St., Royal Ave., and
Chatham St _	
Trans-Provincial (Yale Road)..
Abbotsford-Mission 	
Abbotsford By-pass 	
Prince Rupert Highway..
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road..	
Island Highway 	
Fifth  Ave.,  Third  Ave.,   and  portion
Main Road  	
Mill Road 	
of
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Comox Ave. and Anderton Road 	
Comox Ave., Wharf St., and Balmoral Ave.
Cranberry Lake Road and Manson Road	
Trans-Provincial (Canyon Road)	
Alaska Ave.    	
One Hundred and Second Ave.-
Highway st  	
Centre Ave.  —	
Pender Harbour Highway	
Harrison  Hot Springs Road and  Lillooet
Ave        	
Trans-Provincial (Water St.) 	
Hope-Princeton  	
Cowichan   Lake   Road   and   North   Shore
Road 	
South Shore Road.
Trans-Canada	
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. and
Harbour St.)
Trans-Provincial (Dewdney Trunk Road)..
Seventh St. and Grand Ave 	
Cedar Valley Road (east half). _. 	
Kamloops-Tranquille.-
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway..
Okanagan St	
Fairview Road...	
Main St., First Ave.,
Island Highway	
| Canadian Highway .
and Lake-shore Drive
Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe.
| Island Highway-
Jones St., Second Ave., Main St.,
tion Road   	
Cariboo Road 	
and Sta-
Nelson-Nelway and Salmo-Fruitvale -
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial-
Arterial.	
Arterial-
Arterial —
Arterial.	
Secondary
Arterial....
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial—
Arterial
Arterial....
Arterial-
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial —
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Arterial —
Secondary-
Arterial...
Arterial—-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial  -
Arterial _.
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial-—
Arterial _
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial
Secondary.
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial.	
Secondary
Arterial....
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial-
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial-
Arterial	
8.60
12.91
9.55
14.11
1.00
9.50
7.43
o.ib
12.00
328.01
0.50
0.33
0.35
0.53
0.18
2.47
1.45
1.01
0.80
0.83
1.10
1.00
1.00
0.80
2.64
0.98
1.52
1.44
1.12
0.30
0.60
0.28
1.29
0.92
0.26
0.56
1.40
1.10
0.91
0.84
1.22
2.15
0.76
0.43
3.26
1.60
1.28
1.40
0.45
4.00
1.50
103.05
0.42
0.47
1.00
1.02
0.70
0.50
0.66 -■ . ^A-.,,-
CLASS1FICATI0N OF HIGHWAYS
N 63
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MARCH 31st, 1951—Continued
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial    Secondary
Village Municipalities
—Continued
Smithers — —- 	
Stewart.—.	
Terrace 	
Tofino -	
Vanderhoof 	
Westview —	
Williams Lake 	
50r
58b
72r
51r
67b
86r
48r
64r
96r
97r
IOOr
79r
Prince Rupert Highway 	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road..
Stewart-Bear River Highway-
Prince Rupert Highway	
Kalum St 	
Tofino-Ucluelet	
Prince Rupert Highway.	
Fort St, James Highway	
Manson Highway and First St
Marine Ave	
Road to wharf 	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek	
1
Arterial
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial....
Arterial
Arterial —
1.45
1.78
1.07
1.17
0.52
0.54
2.35
2.78
0.08
1.00
53.80
1.35
0.50
City Municipalities.	
District Municipalities-
Village Municipalities-
Summary
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	
Pipe-line Road in City of Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam Municipality-
Net total classified mileage  	
63.69
328.01
53.80
445.50
5.15
0.60
439.75
5.39
103.05
6.62
115.06
1.40
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TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED.
FISCAL YEAR 1950-51
ROADS
N  69
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
Based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 188—Trans-Canada Highway, Vedder Canal Bridge Approaches (Relocation and Reconstruction, 1.30 Miles):
Monarch Construction Co. Ltd 	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Campbell Cartage Ltd  	
$117,034.30
Awarded.
$128,596.60
128,657.10
131,883.56
132,460.00
139,039.64
144,227.30
151,433.20
158,729.00
159,199.40
161,700.60
179,836.10
235,518.00
114,811.09
Anderson, Stout Bros.     	
Upper Fraser Valley Construction Co. Ltd _	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd  ' 	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd. 	
H. G. Barber & Co. Ltd 	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd  	
S. & S. Construction Co. Ltd	
Project No. 189—Trans-Canada Highway (Vancouver Island Section), Diamond
Crossing-Bush Creek (Relocation and Reconstruction, 1.60 Miles):
Campbell-Bennett Ltd 	
Awarded.
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
$126,150.15
126,470.26
139,683.08
144,032.71
157,612.55
103,836.62
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..   	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd 	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd 	
Project No. 190—Port Coquitlam-Ioco Crossing (Construction, 2.95 Miles) :
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd                   	
Monarch Construction Co. Ltd 	
Awarded.
$110,345.62
110,442.62
122,294.82
123,675.02
129,372.62
135,216.82
140,803.62
142,785.62
143,456.62
165,940.22
213,136.25
General Construction Co. Ltd ._ 	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.... 	
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Wood, Parr & McClay Ltd ' 	
Gilpin-Nash Ltd   	
Project No.  191—Kamloops-Vernon Road, Falkland to Schweb's Bridge  (Reconstruction, 10.33 Miles) :
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd     	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd.               	
$213,509.00
222,281.00
241,531.00
246,750.50
234,138,50
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Project No. 192—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Nine Mile-Bridesville
(Reconstruction, 7.39 Miles):
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd                                     	
$290,331.90
291,187.90
310,423.80
342,810.90
110,078.80
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd                                             	
Project No.  196—Victoria-Patricia Bay Road, from Intersection of Douglas
and Quadra Streets to Saanich Cross-road, Sections A, C, E, and G (Reconstruction, 2.73 Miles) :
Monarch Construction Co. Ltd	
Awarded.
$136,979.80
138,525.80
145,992.80 N 70 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
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.   198—Nelson-Nelway Road,  Nelson-Euphrates  Section   (Reconstruction, 2.64 Miles) :
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd :.	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd..
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Bay Construction Ltd 	
Project No. 203—Pouce Coupe-Tupper Creek Road (Construction, 10.73 Miles):
General Construction Co. Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd 	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd...
Western Construction Co	
Fred Mannix & Co. Ltd 	
Project No. 205—Rossland-Paterson Road, Silica Farm-Paterson Section (Reconstruction, 4.33 Miles) :
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd.
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd..
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Monarch Construction Co. Ltd...
Project No.  211—Hastings-Barnet Highway   (Reconstruction  from  Pandora
Street, 0.36 Miles) :
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Monarch Construction Co. Ltd	
Holmes & Wilson Trucking Co. Ltd..
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd	
Hassell Bros	
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Project No. 219—Capilano River Channel-control (0.66 Miles) :
Bay Construction Ltd  	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Coast Quarries Ltd	
Ed. Walsh & Co	
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Project No. 222—Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops City Boundary Eastward
(Relocation and Reconstruction, 12.93 Miles) :
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd..
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
Fred Mannix & Co. Ltd	
Project No. 223—Canadian Highway, Mile 4-Port Alberni  (Reconstruction,
3.22 Miles) :
Campbell-Bennett Ltd   —	
General Construction Co. Ltd...
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd...
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd	
Bay Construction Ltd 	
$125,509.80
Awarded.
$126,902.10
130,219.40
131,435.40
133,312.40
156,068.40
161,043.60
192,867.90
101,745.40
Awarded.
$106,225.50
128,802.40
134,125.10
174,767.00
156,771.20
Awarded.
$162,415.05
167,546.80
171,656.70
176,175.20
207,230.20
219,357.20
6,432.15
Awarded.
$6,446.85
6,857.15
10,939.75
13,065.65
17,996.75
55,130.00
Awarded.
$57,830.00
70,980.00
92,255.00
94,930.00
96,480.00
339,853.80
Awarded.
$371,420.31
373,245.30
381,149,30
428,490.99
456,836.76
490,676.25
174,066.14
Awarded.
$176,938.44
189,266.96
195,212.46
196,710.44
257,646.14 TENDERS
N 71
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, 1950-51:
Section 1—Vancouver Island:
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd...
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
Section 2—Lower Mainland:
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd 	
General Construction Co. Ltd.
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Section 3—Central Interior:
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd.
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd 	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd-
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Section 4—West Kootenay:
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd.
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd..
Section 5—Kettle Valley:
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd 	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd 	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd-
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd	
Section 6—East Kootenay:
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd...
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd..
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Section 7—Okanagan Valley:
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd..
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd...
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
Section 8—Grandview Highway:
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.
$388,835.00
Awarded.
$401,025.00
405,790.00
411,650.00
475,070.00
340,980.00
Awarded.
$364,580.00
370,490.00
252,380.00
Awarded.
$256,037.50
260,455.00
284,217.50
291,517.50
295,347.50
128,480.00
130,150.00      Awarded.
$134,150.00
141,325.00
139,658.00
$157,610.00
161,365.00
162,055.00
173,700.00
216,350.00
$231,550.00
233,000.00
238,400.00
246,900.00
182,950.00
$188,750.00
194,945.00
196,280.00
197,665.00
27,624.00
$36,385.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. N 72 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BRIDGES
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
Based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Substructure for Ingram Bridge over Kettle River and Kettle Valley Railway,   Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Grand   Forks-Greenwood
District:
Highway Construction Co. Ltd  	
City Construction Co. Ltd.	
Gilpin-Nash Limited	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
Baynes-Manning Ltd. 	
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd....
General Construction Co. Ltd..
J. S. Johnson Ltd. '.	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd.
Northern Construction Co. and J. W. Stewart Ltd..
B.C. Bridge & Dredging Co. Ltd...   	
Construction of Osoyoos Trestle, Keogan Creek and Boundary Falls Bridges,
Similkameen and Grand Forks-Greenwood Districts:
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd    	
Dawson & Hall Ltd.
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd.
J. S. Johnson Ltd. 	
Baynes-Manning Ltd...	
General Construction Co. Ltd. _
Highway Construction Co. Ltd. _
Dominion Construction Co. Ltd.
Gilpin-Nash Limited	
Cleaning   and   Painting   Old   Coquitlam   River   Bridge,   Lougheed   Highway,
Dewdney District:
Pacific Coast Painting Co.  	
J. Boshard & Son Ltd.   . '.	
Seaboard Advertising Co..
Construction of Chehalis River Bridge over Chehalis River on Morris Road,
Dewdney District:
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd.   —	
W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co. Ltd.
Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd.	
Gilpin-Nash Limited 	
Construction of Hagensborg Bridge over Bella Coola River, Bella Coola Road,
Mackenzie District:
W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co. Ltd. _ _  	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd  _   	
Gilpin-Nash Limited      —	
Ed. Walsh & Co. Ltd       —
Construction of loco Overhead Crossing over Canadian Pacific Railway Track,
Lougheed Highway, Burnaby District:
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd  —	
Gilpin-Nash Ltd 	
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd...
Highway Construction Co. Ltd 	
Dawson & Hall Ltd 	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Dominion Construction Co. Ltd..
$48,283.16
Awarded.
$56,993.00
66,963.00
68,339.60
70,318.00
74,347.90
75,541.62
75,543.00
81,882.17
84,284.00
94,111.92
77,194.40
Awarded.
$62,525.45
84,907.60
86,131.43
86,756.00
90,209.96
93,244.32
98,855.90
109,053.20
2,950.00
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$3,606.00
3,725.00
44,158.73
$49,988.30
52,432.11
53,430.32
32,778.80
$36,934.50
39,370.00
42,442.00
109,202.50
$113,875.00
115,722.10
116,095.85
131,129.50
140,060.00
150,444.50
157,900.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded. TENDERS
N 73
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
Placing of Deck for Vedder Canal Bridge, Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack
District:
Highway Construction Co. Ltd —   — _ 	
Vancouver Associated Contractors Ltd. .. _ — 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd _   	
Dominion Construction Co. Ltd    _. 	
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Halse-Martin Construction Co. Ltd     ~   .. 	
Monarch Construction Co. Ltd       	
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd.      	
$24,598.00    [ Awarded
$16,190.00
26,075.60
27,622.50
28,047.10
29,929.00
31,910.00
38,748.75
BUILDINGS
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
Hospital    Insurance    Service    office
building, Victoria
G. H. Wheaton 	
$173,730.00
179,765.60
181,830.00
184,695.00
189,874.00
193,949.00
274,455.00
293,934.00
294,990.00
299,423.00
311,478.00
18,095.00
19,790.00
20,723.00
21,452.00
21,659.00
21,800.00
22,059.00
22,313.79
55,357.00
766,190.00
784,425.00
792,926.00
800,250.00
804,814.00
94,000.00
123,588.00
126,775.00
106,583.00
107,718.00
112,102.00
118,185.00
28,927.00
249,309.00
257,860.00
259,868.00
268,400.00
269,000.00
297,179.00
Awarded.
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.	
Recreational  Centre, Mental Hospital, Essondale
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd	
Kennett Construction Ltd 	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.	
B.C. Bridge & Dredging Co. Ltd.     ~	
Building, Essondale
The J. H. McRae Co. Ltd.	
Mott Electric Ltd   	
H. J. Sayer & Co. Ltd  ■	
Workmen's     Compensation     Board
office   building   and   high-tension
Ace Electric Service Co. Ltd    	
Frederick K. O. Horsham & Herbert Ray
Armstrong & Monteith Construction Co.
Ltd.
Dawson & Hall Ltd __ __  	
Awarded.
Head house for greenhouses, Poultry
Building    and    Turkey    Research
Wing, University of B.C.
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd	
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart
Ltd.
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd.
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd	
H. C. Redmond _..	
iaries, Mental Hospital, Essondale
C. C. Moore & Co        	
Blain Boiler Works Ltd	
Occupational   Therapy  Wing,   addition to Provincial Infirmary, Mar-
pole
100-bed unit, Home  for the  Aged,
Coquitlam
Turnbull Bros. Ltd	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd 	
Awarded.
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd.
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd. —	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd 	
Pyke & White Construction Co. Ltd.	 N 74 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BUILDINGS—Continued
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
Health   and  Welfare   Centre,  Kamloops
A. M. Titerle 	
Taylor & Son Ltd 	
$66,781.89
69,886.00
77,692.00
49,484.00
58.000.00
1,422,870.00
1,460,350.00
1,463,651.00
1,510,235.00
1,529,500.00
138,460.00
155,058.00
313,389.00
320,802.00
13,575.00
16,031.00
13,831.00
19,154.00
20,800.00
21,773.17
226,207.00
239,000.00
239,975.00
244,417.00
265,800.00
284,800.00
7,410.00
10,976.00
11,475.00
11,800.00
12,280.00
39,175.00
43,037.00
43,886.00
43,954.00
44,416.00
45,352.00
34,470.00
37,419.00
936,746.00
939,470.00
942,705.00
974,651.00
259,431.00
259,500.00
262,500.00
275,819.00
277,134.00
279,969.00
61,015.00
68,917.90
138,207.00
141,825.00
145,400.00
150,777.00
151,110.00
152,826.00
Coal-storage  facilities,  Mental Hospital, Essondale
Tuberculosis    Hospital,    Fifty-ninth
Stange-Holand Construction Co. Ltd 	
Smith Bros. & Wilson Ltd	
Dawson & Hall Ltd 	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd 	
Alterations and additions to building
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart
Ltd.
Turnbull Bros. Ltd 	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd. ,„.	
Awarded.
ville Streets, Vancouver
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
Coal-conveying   equipment,    Mental
Hospital, Essondale
B.C. Conveying Machinery Ltd	
Ditto   (alternative bid)
Work not undertaken
Faculty of Law Building, University
of B.C.:
B.C. Equipment Co. Ltd 	
International Agencies & Machinery Co.
H. C. Redmond	
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
Northern Construction Co. & J. W. Stewart
Ltd.
Lockerbie & Hole (B.C.) Ltd 	
B. Boe Ltd	
Fred Walsh & Son            ...          	
Heating and ventilating	
B. Boe Ltd  	
Lockerbie & Hole (B.C.) Ltd 	
Fred Welsh & Son 	
Electrical  	
Leek & Co. Ltd..	
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd..  	
The J. H. McRae Co. Ltd....	
Awarded.
Three 100-bed units, Mental Hospi-
Dawson & Hall Ltd. _	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd..	
Smith Bros. & Wilson Ltd	
Proposed Annex, Victoria College	
G. H. Wheaton  	
Luney & Robinson 	
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
Two coal-fired boilers and appurtenances, Oakalla Prison Farm
Dairy     building     and     feed-barn,
Colony Farm, Essondale
Foster Wheeler Ltd.	
Blain Boiler Works Ltd	
Awarded.
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd..	
Smith Bros. & Wilson Ltd	
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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
SNOW-REMOVAL, FISCAL YEAR 1950-51
Electoral District
Miles Kept
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Open by Plough
Total
Snow-plough
Miles
Total Cost
Total Cost
per Mile
Kept Open
Alberni..
Atlin. ...
Burnaby 	
Cariboo (North)..
Cariboo (South)..
Chilliwack	
Columbia	
Comox 	
Cowichan-Newcastle..
Cranbrook 	
Delta	
Dewdney..
Dewdney (East)..
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Fort George-
Grand Forks-Greenwood..
Kamloops 	
Kaslo-Slocan	
Lillooet... 	
Mackenzie	
Nanaimo-Islands....
Nelson-Creston	
New Westminster-
North Okanagan...
North Vancouver...
Omineca (East).	
Omineca (West)....
Peace River	
Prince Rupert..	
Revelstoke	
Rossland-Trail	
Saanich	
Salmon Arm	
Similkameen	
Skeena	
South Okanagan..
Vancouver-Point Grey..
Yale  	
Totals..
1 Average.
113.52
178.00
22.18
493.00
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81.96
349.50
568.13
240.98
302.80
97.44
158.19
6.75
231.74
244.00
666.50
566.20
754.80
319.75
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249.60
144.18
471.13
5.36
451.77
22.20
447.00
522.27
837.90
77.50
207.34
182.65
63.07
484.80
522.00
514.20
289.67
10.55
422.00
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1,919.00
5,825.00
177.00
10,293.00
12,177.00
250.00
22,265.00
16,746.73
3,459.00
20,328.00
479.00
1,210.00
56.00
552.46
25,516.50
20,184.50
19,943.00
16,915.00
20,635.00
18,665.00
1,315.00
2,004.00
21,061.50
16.00
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82.80
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12,700.70
14,208.00
3,400.00
31,493.00
10,631.00
126.29
19,398.00
6,746.00
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42.70
14,859.00
388,320.02
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25,994.60
4,157.61
51,080.31
68,412.06
2,512.38
41,388.28
39,836.07
8,583.63
32,001.02
4,017.04
13,912.95
867.73
10,683.78
35,963.80
67,479.76
57,944.51
83,843.69
87,459.87
68,258.83
16,615.66
5,031.19
68,165.41
260.72
34,912.90
6,805.43
28,180.44
53,713.19
124,322.58
16,209.34
83,781.34
63,591.38
1,513.31
34,816.88
40,758.05
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27,145.52
1,709.30
92,423.53
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187.40
103.61
66.29
30.65
118.42
70.12
35.62
105.68
41.22
87.95
113.73
498.34
147.39
101.24
102.34
111.08
273.53
97.79
66.56
34.89
144.82
48.64
76.83
306.55
63.04
103.65
148.37
209.16
404.08
345.97
295.29
71.82
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142.10
93.71
161.91
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REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER
The statement of gross expenditure for the fiscal year 1950-51 submitted herein
shows a total of $36,943,401.64. This expenditure involved the handling of approximately 82,000 vouchers, and, in addition, approximately 16,000 requisitions were
passed through the Accounting Branch.
Cash collections amounted to $1,713,463.20, and debit and credit notes to the
amount of approximately $2,000,000 were processed through this Branch.
A Manual of Standing Accounting Instructions was compiled and issued to personnel in the field and branch offices, which has proved instrumental in standardizing
Departmental accounting procedure.
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.
William Wright,
Departmental Comptroller. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 85
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES, FISCAL YEAR 1950-51
SUMMARY
♦Vote 231. Minister's Office        $15,443.36
Statutory cost-of-living bonus  1,053.00
♦Vote 232. Administration        $881,147.27
Statutory cost-of-living-bonus         139,648.77
♦Vote 233. Parliament Buildings and Grounds       $368,175.60
Statutory cost-of-living bonus  55,157.05
*Vote 234. Government House (Maintenance)         $47,471.51
Statutory cost-of-living bonus  5,250.75
♦Vote 235. Maintenance and Repairs to Government
Buildings (except Parliament Buildings
and Government House)    $1,267,226.21
Statutory cost-of-living bonus         125,112.38
♦Vote 236. Rental of Offices       $263,293.66
Statutory cost-of-living bonus .  1,358.33
Credits
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$16,496.36
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423,332.65        $51,24436
52,722.26
1,392,338.59 76,102.50
264,651.99        263,674.69
Vote 239. Grants to Cities with Population in Excess of 15,000  39,675.00
Vote 240. Highway Signs—Patrols, grants, expenses  98,387.40
Vote 241. Research Services—University of British Columbia ...  138.33
Vote 242. Okanagan Flood-control—Preliminary  surveys,  rights-of-
way, etc.   14,993.88 t7,486.06
Vote 243. Gravel-crushing         488,495.53        488,555.39
Vote 244. Grants to Engineering Associations  114.98
Vote 245. Dewdney  Dyking  Commission—Grant  toward  pumping
charges  2,500.00
♦Vote 246. Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver         $60,939.62
Statutory cost-of-living bonus  8,250.04
'Vote 247. Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver .....        $90,009.40
Statutory cost-of-living bonus  14,151.29
(Total, Votes 231-236, 239-247 (see Public Accounts for
details), $3,987,993.36.)
Vote 237 (a)—
Roads  $7,032,063.72
Bridges  986,595.24
Ferries  790,575.60
Wharves  8,826.83
Machinery   250,912.10
69,189.66 71,364.57
104,160.69 81,866.18
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc      9,068,973.49       282,053.82
Vote 237 (b). Hard-surfacing of Highways ..      3,342,836.94
Vote 238. Local Highways within Municipal Limits  58,853.60
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a)—Roads  2,034.34
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a) —
Roads          $18,103.41
Bridges ..  87,420.78
Ferries and landings  5,000.00
Equipment-sheds and garages  9,732.63
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec.
2(a)         120,256.82
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a)—Contractors'
increase (Hope-Princeton Highway)  23,126.07
"Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation   Act,   1951,"   Sec.   2   (b)—Hard-
surfacing of highways        591,581.08
(Total Expenditure, Revenue Surplus Appropriation Acts,
$736,998.31.)
Carried forward . $17,195,655.70   $1,322,347.57
* Total statutory cost-of-living bonus as detailed in above votes, $349,981.61.
t Dominion Government contribution. N 86 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
SUMMARY—Continued
Credits
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Brought forward. $17,195,655.70   $1,322,347.57
Capital Expenditures (Roads, Bridges, Ferries,
Buildings, etc.): B.C. Loan Acts
" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6—
Roads        $24,635.22
Bridges  4,081.25
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6  28,716.47
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads         $ 18,425.70
Bridges  5,096.47
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)  23,522.17
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b)—Buildings         632,695.41
" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a)—
Roads         $27,720.14
Contractors' increases (Hope-Princeton Highway)        100,000.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a)  127,720.14
" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (b)—Buildings  586,404.48
" B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads  192,515.26
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b)—Buildings  2,067,182.24
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d)—Bridges  43,492.16
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e)—Culverts  87,546.93
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 fe)—University buildings  968,946.47
" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6.(ah-Buildings  167,398.40
" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (b)—University buildings  207,834.32
" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "—University buildings  1,062,650.41
(Total expenditure, B.C. Loan Acts, $6,196,624.86.)
Capital Expenditures (Roads, Bridges, Ferries,
etc.): " Highway Development Act "
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Roads - .  $6,280,591.68
Weigh-scales   5,766.72
Hope-Princeton Highway  243,201.63
Peace River Highway  1,185,500.00
Surveys   442,019.11
Bridges    209,209.33
Ferries and ferry-landings  364,231.78
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)      8,730,520.25
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c)—Bridges      1,371,758.65
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) (Trans-Canada)—
Roads    $2,354,825.24
Bridges         517,932.45
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)       2,872,757.69   ^2,504,392.39
(Total expenditure, "Highway Development Act,"
$12,975,036.59.)
" Flood Relief Act " (Statutory):
Public Works Expenditures Only
Atlin  $2,500.00
Cariboo (South)  833.86
Chilliwack   8,000.00
Columbia  5,395.11
Cranbrook   4,752.11
Delta   11,150.00
Dewdney   38,244.67
Fernie   12,125.69
Fort George  8,973.24
Grand Forks-Greenwood  1,500.00
Kamloops     5,500.00
Carried forward.        $98,974.68 $36,367,317.15   $3,826,739.96
* Dominion Government contribution. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 87
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
SUMMARY—Continued
" Flood Relief Act " (Statutory) :  Public Works
Expenditures Only—Continued
Credits
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Brought forward.        $98,974.68 $36,367,317.15   $3,826,739.96
Kaslo-Slocan   8,499.70
Lillooet   54,747.58
Mackenzie   32,282.75
Nelson-Creston   5,000.00
North Vancouver  114.39
Okanagan (North)   124.77
Okanagan (South)   16,818.03
Prince Rupert  5,000.00
Revelstoke   3,500.00
Rossland-Trail  2,748.96
Similkameen .  7,241.30
Skeena   3,951.94
Yale   14,000.00
Total, Public Works Expenditure, "Flood Relief Act" 253,004.10
" Okanagan Flood-control Act " .  26,226.39"=
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating
Account .  141,636.57       833,490.20
Special Warrants
No.   1. Expenditures  incurred by Army in construction  of Bailey
bridges crossing Capilano River  12,881.29
No. 3. Construction of channel from Ellis Street to mouth of Penticton Creek  8,107.65
No. 17. Grant to Village of Pouce Coupe re cost of installing sewage
system  8,250.00
No. 33. Grant to City of New Westminster re cost of work in connection with renewal of Columbia Street  60,000.00
No. 34. Grant to City of Victoria re cost of work of reconstruction
of Dallas Road sea-wall ■_ 50,000.00
Vote 197-—Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails:
Public Works Expenditures Only
Atlin l  $391.98
Cariboo (North)  390.87
Columbia  2,500.00
Nelson-Creston   3,214.25
Omineca (East)  4,000.00
Lillooet   3,000.00
Skeena  2,481.39
Total Public Works Expenditure, Vote  197 — Mining
Roads and Trails  15,978.49
Total gross expenditure, 1950-51 $36,943,401.64  $4,660,230.16
* Net expenditure after deduction of Dominion Government credits in amount of $11,689.19 and sundry refunds in
amount of $1,385.66. N 88 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
CREDITS
General Account
Vote 233. Parliament Buildings (maintenance credits)         $51,244.36
Vote 235. Government Buildings (maintenance credits and rentals)  76,'l02!50
Vote 236. Rental of Offices, etc. (rentals repaid by sundry Departments)         263,674.69
Vote 237 (a)—
Ferries—
Balfour-Kootenay Bay (Nelson-Creston)         $91,602.05
Kelowna-Westbank (South Okanagan)         148,591.05
Agassiz-Rosedale (Chilliwack)   22,135.37
North Bend-Boston Bar (Yale)  4,294.35
Wharves—Prince Rupert (wharfage dues and rentals)  15,431.00
Total credits, Vote 237 (a)  282 053 82
Vote 242. Okanagan Flood-control  7^486 06
Vote 243. Gravel-crushing 1  488555 39
Vote 246. Steam-boiler Inspection       71 36457
Vote 247. Electrical Energy Inspection  81866 18
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge) Operating Account:  Revenue 833,490.20
Total credits, General Account    $2,155,837.77
Capital Account
"Highway   Development   Act,"   Sec.   5   (d)   (Trans-
Canada) : Dominion Government Credits—
New construction—
Claim No. 1   $86,697.22
Claim No. 2  139 731 10
Claim No. 3        """ 214169so
Claim No. 4  219,805.75
C aim No. 5  200,662.13
Claim No. 6...       484,315.89
    $1,405,981.59
Interim construction—
Claim No. 1   $717,520.89
Claim No. 2  4 929 52
Claim No. 3  _____ 108Jl55]04
830,605.45
Prior construction—Claim No. 1 (part)        267'80535
$2,504,392.39
SUMMARY, PUBLIC WORKS
Gross Credits and                  Net
Expenditure Contributions          Expenditure
General           ....             _    . $17,034,741.88 $2,155,837.77 $14,878,904 11
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Acts                        736 998 31 7Wqqr ti
Capital: B.C. Loan Acts _     6,196,'624:86 "              6 196 624 86
Capital: Highway Development Acts    12,975,036.59 2,504,392.39   lo!470^644;20
$36,943,401.64 $4,660,230.16 $32,283,171.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 89
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Reg. No.                                                                               Snow-removal
183.    Bainbridge            $43.10
66.    Bamfleld trails 	
General
$1,152.36
3,388.40
630.59
5,331.94
270.14
149.00
17,309.29
7,207.30
2,073.82
862.24
772.58
648.55
287.03
5,570.64
408.29
1,734.38
285.49
545.48
567.66
987.84
2,977.89
8,936.59
200.13
635.41
117.42
757.67
1,269.86
292.01
344.98
224.05
441.45
409.07
1,491.99
846.75
371.24
7,621.09
397.71
853.01
125.92
2,042.87
965.14
630.44
1,000.40
1,102.23
.84
1,365.93
2,846.09
Total
$1,195.46
3,388.40
651 04
6
Batty      ..                 20.45
1
Beaver Creek   ...     ..                    490.99
5,822.93
325.96
238 75
2.
4
Best               55.82
Bigmore      ...   ....                                    89.75
100.
10
Canadian Highway         1,729.34
Central Lake  '          1,078.94
19,038.63
8,286.24
2,215.43
936 98
11
Cherry Creek    .           141.61
13
Compton    ...    ...                 74.74
15
Comox Trail               71.18
843.76
16
Cowley                  45.96
694.51
77
Drinkwater               23.09
310.12
24.
45
Faber             175.74
Falls                45.53
5,746.38
453.82
?7
Grandview                 35.51
1,769.89
28
Greenard                 .. .—
285.49
30
Halpenny      .                9.19
554.67
31
Hector  •   ...                110.53
678.19
84
King                                                                        151.16
1,139.00
3,043.19
9,346.19
34.
38.
Kitsuksis               65.30
Lake Shore            409.60
158.
139
Maebelle               12.50
Milligan                 8.72
212.63
644.13
46
Mission   ...                      62.58
180.00
43
Moore              40.58
798.25
47
McCoy Lake .   ...   _                  117.65
1,387.51
44
McKenzie    ..   .       ....   .             11.75
303.76
147.
8
Plestead               20.21
365.19
224.05
149.
194
Renton                 4.75
River Road '              34.38
446.20
443.45
57.
55.
60.
Smith  ::                3.29
Somers               83.56
1,495.28
930.31
392.16
18.
184.
Tofino-Ucluelet               87.06
Tronsden (School-house Trail)   .         	
7,708.15
397.71
63.
Walker         ~     .                35.37
888.38
64.
36.
Withers               34.51
160.43
2,042.87
33r
Arterial Highway                149.84
1,114.98
53r
Arterial Highway     .     ..   —    —   — .—           160.04
790.48
86r
Arterial (Campbell Street)          ..            	
1,000.40
Sundry roads (under $150)                   348.30
1,450.53
.84
1,365.93
2,846.09
$6,103.54
$82,759.02
$88,862.56
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Mad
$88,862.56
130
JTENANCE
$322.20
121
Best                                     —   —   	
279.73
99
4,019.29
103
241.83
93
255.08
90
866.46
116
203.22
729.40
Total Vote 237 (a)    Bridges:   Maintenance
             6,917.21
       $95,779.77 N 90 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures
District expenditures as detailed above  $95,779.77
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  411.31
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 170)— 15,092.80
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)  117,629.34
Grand total, Alberni District  $228,913.22
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec 5 (a):  Roads
Highway from Atlin to Jake's Corner (Project No. 143)    $55,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads	
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
46.
5.
62.
17.
1.
41.
15.
26.
34.
32.
Atlin Highway
Atlin streets	
Boulder Creek
Ruffner Mine ..
Spruce Creek ...
Surprise Lake
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools
Atlin garage .
 (Credit)
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Snow-removal
$994.67
1,196.71
42.00
General
$5,800.00
1,117.14
253.17
240.32
4,816.93
1,161.87
110.38
975.89
198.93
584.90
Total
$6,794.67
2,313.85
295.17
240.32
3,116.82
577.98
255.17
7,933.75
1,739.85
365.55
975.89
198.93
584.90
$6,183.35    $13,691.87    $19,875.22
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Gold Run 	
Halfway 	
McKee Creek	
Ruby Creek No. 4	
Spruce Creek No. 1	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)	
$289.46
158.88
200.70
257.50
308.25
1,060.98
$55,000.00
19,875.22
2,275.77
$77,150.99
103.
146.
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Alice Arm shore
Alice Arm streets
72r. Arterial Highway (Stewart).
63.    Bear River	
73.
83.
141.
84.
66.
Big Missouri _
Illiance River .
Indian Mine ...
Kitsault River
Salmon River .
Carried forward..
Snow-removal
$227.60
723.65
1,223.79
1,112.52
13.70
"~"76"76
5,960.83
8,406.22
General
$501.53
6,740.15
217.95
157.28
199.11
3,930.59
5,426.71
Roads,
Total
$227.60
1,225.18
1,223.79
7,852.67
231.65
157.28
275.87
9,891.42
13,832.93
$17,745.07    $17,173.32    $34,918.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 91
Reg. No.
102.    Stewart-Hyder
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward     $17,745.07    $17,173.32    $34,918.39
111.
126.
92.
100.
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools	
939.31
173.25
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Stewart garage (Credit)
Bear River protection 	
1,223.99
409.57
1,091.53
362.63
703.44
2,000.00
2,163.30
582.82
1,091.53
362.63
703.44
2,000.00
$18,857.63    $21,557.60    $40,415.23
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Boundary Creek 	
Cascade Creek No. 2	
Stewart-Hyder No. 3 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance .	
$3,459.88
1,328.15
633.87
230.53
Kitsault River (basket ferry)
Upper Nass-Grease Harbour
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
$68.99
975.00
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South).
$40,415.23
5,652.43
1,043.99
$47,111.65
ATLIN DISTRICT (STIKINE)
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
Ball's       $250.00 $250.00
50. Glenora           $374.54 692.31 1,066.85
Lower Post streets -       200.00 200.00
Telegraph Creek airstrip       971.72 971.72
51. Telegraph Creek-Dease Lake  108.09        3,076.88        3,184.97
61.    Telegraph Creek streets  366.31 271.78 638.09
Sundry roads (units under $150)            104.68 90.92 195.60
Plant and tools        84.93 84.93
Plant Repair and Rental Account       1,793.76 1,793.76
Telegraph Creek garage    3,576.59 3,576.59
$953.62    $11,008.89    $11,962.51
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
44. Casca No. 1   $180.36
47. Casca No. 4  155.49
53. Eight Mile Creek    302.29
66. Stikine Avenue  704.77
67. Tahltan River No. 7  547.57
149. Twenty-two Mile Creek No. 20  214.21
Sundry bridges (Units under $150)  972.26
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)	
Total expenditure, Atlin District	
$11,962.51
3,076.95
$15,039.46
$139,302.10 N 92 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
ATLIN DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Atlin District
District expenditures as detailed above  $139,302.10
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Atlin District  $139,302.10
BURNABY DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):  Roads
Reg. No.
135r. Grandview-Douglas (Project No. 193)  $167,900.58
14r. Hastings-Barnet (retaining-wall)  (Project No. 103)         2,282.56
1r. Kingsway (Trans-Canada Highway) (Project No. 71)  325.25
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads       $170,508.39
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
17r. Central Arterial  $1,080.96 $11,893.70 $12,974.66
135r. Grandview-Douglas   1,779.32 13,320.85 15,100.17
14r. Hastings-Barnet   2,649.34 10,166.43 12,815.77
1r. Kingsway (Trans-Canada Highway)  2,429.21 7,583.65 10,012.86
Plant and tools       978.72 978.72
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)      3,946.10 3,946.10
$7,938.83    $39,997.25    $47,936.08
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  47,936.08
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
14b. North   $37.68
22b. Riverway   977.33
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways  1,015.01
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
1. Mill No. 1        $7,605.13
2. Mill No. 2  468.21
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  8,073.34
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Bridges
4.    Brunette          $292.93
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Bridges  292.93
Total expenditure, Burnaby District ,       $227,825.75
Summary of Expenditures, Burnaby District
District expenditures as detailed above  $227,825.75
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 170).—.      17,116.98
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)        3,071.33
Grand total, Burnaby District  $248,014.06 •
Reg. r
32.
38.
29.
146.
10.
53.
90.
159.
168.
46.
45.
162.
32.
134.
48.
15.
5.
50.
106.
51.
156.
175.
189.
180.
97.
58.
25.
60.
59.
197.
178.
183.
63.
23.
179,
492.
11.
24.
47r
138.
16.
20.
216.
35.
70.
66.
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Ac
Sec. 5 (a):  Roads
io.
Fraser Road (Project No. 221) 	
N 93
T,"
$14,900.60
Total, " Highway Development
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenaj
Trai
Barkerville 	
Barkerville-Bear Lake   . .
Act," Sec. 5 (a)
jce and Minor E
ls, and Streets
Snow-removal
$17,889.34 *
1,394.43
109.22
Roads	
         $14,900.60
etterments
General
$73,796.73
4,320.21
237.78
*68,164.54
:  Roads,
Total
$91,686.07
5,714.64
347.00
86,281.12
Brownscombe          ..
Cariboo 	
Cariboo Gold Quartz	
18,116.58
254.37
Cedar Creek         ...
2,898.24
437.87
66.58
1,191.08
928.30
149.74
15,209.60
179.49
206.16
288.58
813.84
105.26
4,658.28
1,334.33
1,585.32
54.03
100.93
65.54
352.99
10,285.03
303.46
3,166.47
3,216.48
177.17
56.77
150.33
199.86
716.92
4,276.88
389.39
8,044.13
3,998.46
1,725.44
83.38
5,119.33
926.54
333.27
13,229.90
1,143.50
5,153.31
2,898.24
698.88
174.50
1,717.56
1,359.68
255.80
18,789.02
179.49
285.84
344.01
813.84
220.07
4,717.67
1,414.13
1,585.32
178.86
161.20
162.65
352.99
11,976.08
303.46
4,343.65
4,437.33
266.07
156.53
150.33
199.86
1,253.41
4,382.69
1,732.72
8,221.67
4,047.68
2,759.83
159.68
5,119.33
926.54
333.27
13,229.90
2,859.51
5,968.55
Colebank (east)     	
261.01
Colebank (west) 	
Dragon Lake  (east)	
Dragon Lake (west)    	
107.92
526.48
431.38
Durrell  	
Fraser 	
Garvin 	
Hilborn  	
lohnson 	
Keithley	
Kersley-Dales Landing 	
Lake Creek         ...
106.06
3,579.42
79.68
55.43
114.81
59.39
79.80
Lavoie 	
MacKenzie 	
Meadow Creek   ...   	
124.83
Milburn Lake          	
60.27
Morgan
97.11
Punchaw     . .   .   ______
Quesnel-Blackwater 	
Quesnel Forks-Likely 	
Quesnel—Hydraulic      ..   	
1,691.05
1,177.18
Quesnel-Nazko  .-	
Rawlings  	
Sahlstrand 	
Sanford   	
Sisters Creek      . .     	
1,220.85
88.90
99.76
Soda Creek—McLeese Lake   	
536.49
Thorley                        ...
105.81
1,343.33
West Quesnel streets	
Western Plywood
177.54
49.22
Williams Lake Cut-off
1,034.39
76.30
Garage Account 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account  .
Plant and tools      	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
1,716.01
Quesnel Arterial        ..   . . 	
815.24
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, '
Vote 237 (a)-
Batnuni                 	
$53,579.60 $239,841.44 $293,421.04
rrails, and Streets
—Bridges:  Main
         293,421.04
tenance
$184.62
2,563.05
167.53
167.41
301.91
266.57
269.01
Blackwater 	
Bouchie      ..   - - -
Cameron 	
Cottonwood        .  . ..
Four Mile Creek     	
$3,920.10      $308,321.64
ern Railway extension.
onstruction due to Pacific Great Eas
*
Includes 50 per cent cost of maintenance and rec N 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward  $3,920.10      $308,321.64
Reg. No.
44.   Hawks   209.43
82.    Hixon Creek  1,063.69
90.    Keithley Creek  361.11
94.   Lynes  .  620.17
142.    Nazko   249.24
97.    Quesnel River  2,780.96
106.    Slough Creek   676.19
47.    Springfield   8,810.59
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  583.89
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  19,275.37
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Alexandria     $1,629.82
Gravelle   3,266.20
Macalister   3,187.29
Soda Creek  3,892.44
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries    11,975.75
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North) '. _      $339,572.76
Summary of Expenditures, Cariboo District (North)
District expenditures as detailed above  $339,572.76
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)       23,551.92
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total Cariboo District (North)  $363,124.68
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges
310.    Churn Creek       $5,096.47
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Bridges  $5,096.47
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
318.    Canim Lake and Bridge Lake Road (Project No. 161)       $9,936.12
370.    Little Fort-Bridge Lake Road (Project No. 29)        4,999.89
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  14,936.01
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal        General Total
302.    Bates           $131.60          $54.08 $185.68
413.    Bear Lake                306.15 306.15
2.    Beaver Lake-Beaver Mouth            192.89      192.89
417.    Beaver Valley             502.94           610.48 1,113.42
306.    Big Creek            823.87       2,030.98 2,854.85
313. Bradley Creek            370.00          136.38 506.38
451.    Big Lake-Tyee Lake             88.30          279.25 367.55
314. Buffalo Lake (north)         1,147.86          290.09 1,437.95
315. Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake              35.53           449.49 485.02
318.    Canim Lake        4,233.95      15,735.74 19,969.69
443.    Canim Lake-Mahood Lake           360.00          458.68 818.68
10.    Cariboo  .       10,762.88      15,953.96 26,716.84
10c Cariboo (Williams Lake-Mountain
House)         3,417.93        5,040.93 8,458.86
Carried forward     $22,067.75    $41,346.21    $63,413.96'       $20,032.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 95
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
18.
327.
319.
332.
334.
336.
339.
452.
341.
342.
419.
454.
421.
422.
346.
348.
349.
351.
352.
15.
5.
25.
353.
355.
354.
357.
358.
360.
370.
371.
375.
376.
377.
381.
383.
455.
386.
70.
390.
392.
442.
366.
433.
405.
407.
425.
79r.
11.
37.
Chilcotin
Cotton ...
Deka Lake-Canim Lake..
Eagle Creek 	
Empire Valley 	
Exeter-McKinley 	
Felker   	
Greenlee 	
Homathko River 	
Hanceville-Canoe Creek
Horsefly
Horsefly Cut-off
Horsefly Lake
Horsefly-Quesnel Lake 	
Houseman-Buffalo Creek
Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek...
Knife Creek	
Lac la Hache Station	
Lake Road 	
Likely 	
Likely-Keithley
Likely-Quesnel Forks 	
Little Timothy Mountain..
Lone Butte-Horse Lake.....
Lone Butte-Watch Lake...
Maindley
Meldrum Creek
Mission 	
Mile 93-Bridge Lake	
Mile 100-Roe Lake	
Mile 108-Horsefly	
Mile 111-Mirage Lake	
Mile 111-Spring Lake	
Mile 156-Williams Lake..
Mile 168-Williams Lake.
Montano Lake	
North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake..
Peavine Ridge	
Raphael-Mason 	
Redstone-Chezacut 	
Redstone-Chilko Lake 	
Sheridan 	
Taseko Lake ...
Tatlayoko
Upper Dog Creek.
Upper Horsefly
Williams Lake Arterial Highway..
Williams Lake Cut-off	
Williams Lake-Mile 57..
Sundry Roads (units under $150).
Garage 	
Plant and tools	
Snow-removal
$22,067.75
10,459.12
1,281.96
1,335.62
1,377.00
101.67
497.16
1,686.06
486.25
2,640.91
337.38
69.62
39.58
168.48
288.00
239.89
~~232A5
4,045.98
411.61
949.55
437.81
155.68
759.13
171.73
324.91
4,682.07
2,856.40
"15Z92
156.46
343.45
135.25
185.90
126.43
19.50
203.00
390.00
298j61
646.50
214.25
436.37
528.57
2,324.01
3,376.22
770.85
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
(Credit)
General
$41,346.21
14,968.28
243.12
3,118.11
1,897.71
268.36
118.91
174.95
7,430.97
940.19
4,307.02
11,428.40
399.27
594.38
1,866.45
72.82
380.17
~~392~21
289.89
14,017.33
104.00
""295735
422.48
360.36
165.92
5,497.47
239.67
6,092.60
2,838.43
2,894.49
417.60
763.75
61.88
1,511.01
331.21
248.21
388.20
49.35
315.40
257.22
~"19<T93
645.56
993781
93.87
8,141.09
5,152.00
979.36
1,982.11
5,044.38
Total
$63,413.96
25,427.40
243.12
4,400.07
3,233.33
1,645.36
220.58
672.11
9,117.03
1,426.44
4,307.02
14,069.31
736.65
664.00
1,906.03
241.30
668.17
239.89
392.21
522.34
18,063.31
515.61
949.55
733.16
578.16
1,119.49
165.92
5,669.20
564.58
10,774.67
5,694.83
2,894.49
570.52
920.21
405.33
1,646.26
517.11
374.64
407.70
252.35
705.40
257.22
298.61
199.93
1,292.06
214.25
1,430.18
622.44
10,465.10
8,528.22
1,750.21
1,982.11
5,044.38
14,948.05     14,948.05
$68,412.06 $135,793.41 $204,205.47
301.    Alkali Lake
304.    Becker 	
18.    Big Lake .....
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
$560.38
157.30
5,972.18
$20,032.48
204,205.47
Carried forward..
$6,689.86      $224,237.95 N 96 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward  $6,689.86      $224,237.95
Reg. No.
505.    Bunting   297.19
341.    Chilcotin   :  164.06
340.    Chilcotin Suspension   933.56
310.    Churn Creek Suspension  183.40
313.    Cotton  261.90
318.    Deka Lake  444.01
367.   Hanceville   5,426.01
503.   lawbone   1,469.30
458.    Kitsner   426.54
388.    Ladoucer   620.65
377.    North Fork of Riske Creek  1,551.08
379.    Pinchbeck   2,110.93
495.    Skaday   1,043.09
47.    Springfield   3,288.33
40.    Three Mile   273.55
Underpass at Mile 171, P.G.E. Railway ■.  11,218.11
502.    Unicorn  ■- .-.  353.09
385.    Winthrow   560.68
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  295.25
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance .  37,610.59
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)       $261,848.54
Summary of Expenditure, Cariboo District (South)
District expenditures as detailed above  $261,848.54
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  4,250.17
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 170)_ 833,058.45
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)  51,299.60
Grand total, Cariboo District (South)  $1,150,456.76
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
27.    Marshall Creek Bridge No. 2 (Project No. 33)      $34,366.66
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges        $34,366.66
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds
Rosedale equipment-shed       $3,200.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
etc.   3,200.00
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
Abbotsford By-pass       $10,106.38 $10,106.38
Canyon (Columbia Valley)        740.07 740.07
4.    Chilliwack River      1,508.27 1,508.27
6. Columbia Valley  $151.75 10,965.71 11,117.46
7. Cox Station      1,610.89 1,610.89
8. Dawson       2,351.49 2,351.49
12. Gray        217.03 217.03
Henderson (Columbia Valley)               7,312.96        7,312.96
13. Hope-Rosedale (Trans-Canada)   712.64      35,014.89      35,727.53
32.    Huntingdon Townsite  25.00        1,150.99        1,175.99
16. Iverson       567.43 567.43
17. Kosikar       276.33 276.33
Carried forward  $889.39    $71,822.44    $72,711.83        $37,566.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 97
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal
General
Total
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
35.
20.
23.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Larson Minor _
Maple Falls	
McGregor	
Page 	
Popcum	
Ritter 	
Rosedale Ferry 	
Ryder Lake area roads	
31.    Sumas Mountain	
149r. Abbotsford By-pass	
150r. Abbotsford By-pass	
12r. Abbotsford-Mission 	
lllR. C Street 	
9r. Rosedale Ferry	
4r. Trans-Canada Highway 	
5r. Trans-Canada Highway	
6r. Trans-Canada Highway	
8r. Trans-Canada Highway 	
130r. Trans-Canada Highway 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools	
Plant  and  tools   (Rosedale  equipment-
shed)
31.
93.
55.
1.
82.
16.
25.
39 $71,822.44 $72,711.83   $37,566.66
  550.80 550.80
  273.35 273.35
  183.69 183.69
47.64 280.10 327.74
14.25 293.55 307.80
  267.27 267.27
14.18 685.48 699.66
  1,220.82 1,220.82
35.00 669.65 704.65
  1,634.16 1,634.16
  1,539.08 1,539.08
634.15 2,597.42 3,231.57
202.63 1,567.30 1,769.93
170.65 1,083.07 1,253.72
761.26 5,847.96 6,609.22
16.71 834.96 851.67
393.80 9,122.29 9,516.09
599.13 5,751.36 6,350.49
  10,900.95 10,900.95
  517.92 517.92
  1,119.52 1,119.52
958.49 958.49
River-bank protection (Chilliwack)
11,364.97      11,364.97
$3,778.79 $131,086.60 $134,865.39
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Cultus Creek ....
Dent No. 1 	
Ferry Slough __
Overhead 	
Twin No. 2	
Vedder Canal _
Wilband Creek
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
$668.11
2,991.21
625.87
812.74
153.08
9,664.11
4,946.99
627.06
20.    Vedder River
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Classified
$412.30
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Classified	
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
7.    Agassiz-Rosedale ,  $29,501.27
7.    Agassiz Ferry Landing  1,494.76
7.    Rosedale Ferry Landing  10,365.40
M.S. "Agassiz" (repairs)   24,411.54
"Eena" (repairs)  ■_  1,193.44
9.    Herrling Island Ferry  610.22
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries .	
Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
River-bank protection (Chilliwack Municipality)
Ryder Lake (Chilliwack Municipality)	
Sundry roads (Chilliwack Municipality)	
Sundry roads (Sumas Municipality)	
$1,000.00
1,000.00
12,000.00
6,000.00
Total, Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits .
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District	
134,865.39
20,489.17
412.30
67,576.63
20,000.00
$280,910.15 N 98 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Chilliwack District
District expenditures as detailed above  $280,910.15
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  7,419.99
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 170)..... 433,430.50
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)  97,410.81
Grand total, Chilliwack District  $819,171.45
COLUMBIA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Miles 13.5-15.5, south of Golden
(Project No. 126)     $27,688.22
76.
6.
37.
9.
7.
13.
67.
10.
42.
39.
84.
277.
5.
35.
1.
38.
34.
276.
58.
309.
4.
280.
87.
2.
11.
255.
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads	
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Arnold 	
Athalmer 	
Athalmer streets _.
Blaeberry School
Brisco 	
Snow-removal
$245.18
187.86
196.13
Campbell	
Canal Flats streets
Canyon Creek	
Dejordie
Edgewater streets	
Findlay Creek	
Forster's Landing	
Golden-Donald (Upper)
Golden streets	
Hartley 	
Hawke 	
Hewitt	
Horsethief 	
Invermere streets	
Kettleson 	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway
Moberly Branch	
Oberg and Johnson	
Reeves 	
Sanborn 	
Thomas 	
Toby
Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend Section) 	
Trans-Canada Highway (Kicking Horse
Section) 	
West Side 	
Wilmer Pontoon 	
Wilmer streets	
Windermere Loop	
Windermere streets	
Sundry roads and streets  (units under
$ 150) 	
Outside Parties Account ...
Garage Account.
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools	
2,694.12
575.37
312.62
1,291.72
2,648.36
813.26
614.82
176.31
16,416.30
309.43
217.90
160.00
283.23
225.84
757.60
3,344.33
2,511.24
156.71
169.59
1,411.36
~""l40"85
General
$40491
560.96
330.70
2,420.84
578.40
164.34
249.59
1,028.89
274.34
267.95
1,234.38
463.72
229.91
1,457.80
312.85
1,837.51
39,656.34
181.89
581.37
1,995.69
8,711.53
11,260.78
1,528.68
198.77
871.38
246.05
1,593.21
4.57
6,962.74
2,756.24
14,754.70
Total
$245.18
592.77
560.96
196.13
330.70
5,114.96
578.40
164.34
249.59
1,604.26
586.96
267.95
2,526.10
3,112.08
813.26
229.91
1,457.80
312.85
2,452.33
176.31
56,072.64
309.43
399.79
160.00
283.23
807.21
2,753.29
6,049.41      22,171.92      28,221.33
12,055.86
13,772.02
1,685.39
198.77
871.38
415.64
3,004.57
4.57
6,962.74
2,756.24
14,895.55
$41,909.54 $119,780.47 $161,690.01
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.
Carried forward .	
$27,688.22
161,690.01
$189,378.23 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 99
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
68.
245.
1.
209.
10.
252.
35.
55.
53.
4.
40.
257.
226.
22.
64.
67.
255.
71.
Athalmer ...
Bush River
Calipeen 	
Camp
Canyon Creek
Caribou	
Dutch Creek _.
Forster 	
Horsethief	
Kicking Horse
Kootenay	
Middle River...
Parson	
Sinclair 	
Spillimacheen	
Spillimacheen Swing
Sullivan River	
Wilmer Pontoon	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
$467.68
8,789.37
329.81
469.16
1,569.87
322.56
591.30
1,316.18
366.20
557.81
258.73
1,808.20
312.88
1,294.73
298.07
2,657.82
11,690.58
307.44
1,091.61
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance	
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Richter's Basket Ferry	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries .
Total expenditure, Columbia District.
$26.27
Summary of Expenditures, Columbia District
$189,378.23
34,500.00
26.27
$223,904.50
District expenditures as detailed above    $223,904.50
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  35,529.18
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Columbia District.
$259,433.68
COMOX DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
196.    Island Highway (Lantzville-Qualicum) (Project No. 19)  $1,766.15
474.    Canadian Highway (Parksville-Cathedral Grove) (Project No. 20) 2,761.35
196.    Island Highway (Qualicum-Cook Creek) (Project No. 91)  40,000.00
196.    Island Highway (Sandwick Corner revision) (Project No. 106) .... 15,000.00
474.    Canadian Highway (Cathedral Grove-Alberni) (Project No. 107) 432,582.60
196.    Island Highway (Thames Creek Bridge Culvert) (Project No. 158) 21,500.00
162.    Sayward Road (Roberts Hill diversion) (Project No. 162)  24,975.94
Qualicum Village streets (Hilliers Road from Island Highway to
Qualicum) (Project No. 163)    5,500.00
678.    Dickenson Point Road (Sointula Road) (Project No. 194)  4,902.21
120r. Arterial (Campbell River) (Project No. 212)  22,500.00
196.    Island Highway (Courtenay-Oyster River) (Project No. 224)  8,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Salmon River Bridge, Sayward Road bridges (Project No. 24)      $5,884.70
Rosewall-Cook Creek bridges (Project No. 64)       13,208.88
May Bridge (Project No. 85)       11,795.38
$579,488.25
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges .
30,888.96
Carried forward       $610,377.21 N  100
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward.	
       $610,377.21
Reg. r
1.
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance
Trails,
•To.
Alert Bay Road (Cormorant Island)
Anderton                    . .	
and Minor 1
and Streets
Snow-removal
Betterments:
General
$764.15
683.91
628.15
177.79
217.84
1,088.46
140.09
135.91
1,012.94
420.22
406.68
3,338.24
3,005.49
309.35
804.46
162.84
559.45
222.75
898.05
12,940.68
740.75
1,593.57
13,406.70
2,845.18
267.52
1,294.60
292.17
132.31
414.82
229.51
8,478.02
160.56
821.10
794.98
2,210.57
278.93
366.83
147.52
671.63
1,248.88
2,382.99
214.24
243.45
387.25
1,626.40
666.59
786.26
496.69
323.17
798.66
938.80
160.90
258.75
416.16
627.11
2,365.58
159.06
441.65
469.48
1,036.04
186.23
986.65
Roads,
Total
$764.15
?
$207.94
78.99
891.85
26.
Arden      .                ...          	
707.14
465
Aspley	
Auld  .	
Back	
Baird     ...      	
177.79
466.
3.
172.
33.99
225.03
24.01
31.41
4.82
251.83
1,313.49
164.10
146.
36.
Balmoral 	
Bartholomew (Cortes Island)     ..     	
167.32
1,012.94
641.
Bay          '                .
425.04
326.
Beaver Creek   ... .       .—
406.68
418.
Bennett 	
25.23
3,363.47
Berray Access Road   .             	
3,005.49
467.
Bellevue               ...          	
309.35
12.
Bevan  .....       ...	
1,065.39
32.30
1,869.85
468.
Biggs   ..     .     	
195.14
469.
Biological Road   . 	
559.45
168.
Bold Point (Quadra Island)    	
222.75
37,7
Boorman	
898.05
63?
Brewster Lake Road 	
1,194.90
33.46
752.41
8,215.57
196.60
6.05
109.74
31.12
8.52
43.88
25.18
241.36
413.60
469.37
195.90
67.24
88.57
14,135.58
5
Burns   —. .       .......      '
774.21
49.
Campbell   	
2,345.98
474.
Canadian Highway	
21,622.27
185.
Cape Mudge (Quadra Island)	
3,041.78
124
Carwithen     ....
273.57
76,
Central (Hornby Island) 	
1,404.34
20.
755
Cessford 	
Chapelle   	
323.29
140.83
330
Church    	
458.70
478
Claudet	
254.69
107.
8
Coleman 	
Comox "	
8,719.38
574.16
13
Comox Lake 	
1,290.47
18.
331.
Condensory 	
Coombs -    	
990.88
2,277.81
479.
Coombs Station   	
367.50
480.
Corunna 	
Croteau   ....   	
366.83
599.
9.27
1,353.55
179.12
175.41
28.61
20.37
61.31
939.91
143.32
13.12
211.65
49.10
24.76
150.68
66.07
28.49
156.79
9.
54.
Cumberland 	
Denman (Denman Island)
2,025.18
1,428.00
483.
Departure Bay	
2,558.40
485.
Dickenson        	
242.85
553.
Dingwall       	
263.82
488.
Doumont     	
448.56
105.
Dove Creek •  	
2,566.31
51.
East (Denman Island)    ... ... ..
809.91
Emerton .             .. •  ...
799.38
60.
Endall   ...      	
708.34
206.
England ..   .
372.27
648.
490.
Erickson  	
Errington        _ 	
823.42
1,089.48
244.
Falls
226.97
335
Fern               	
287.24
789
First (Malcolm Island) 	
416.16
453
Forbidden Plateau               .     ....
5,131.25
213.51
84.44
9.20
5,758.36
62.
64
Fraser 	
Gainsberg        .
2,579.09
243.50
337.
Gilbert  .          	
450.85
77
Goose Spit (Hornby Island)
469.48
43
Gorge Harbour (Cortes Island)	
Gowland Harbour (Quadra Island)
Grafton 	
Carried forward	
1,036.04
187.
499.
14.33
135.91
200.56
1,122.56
$22,865.96
$80,285.71 $103,151.67      $610,377.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE                                           N  101
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward  $22,865.96 $80,285.71 $103,151.67      $610,377.21
Reg. No.
234. Granite Bay (Quadra Island)  80.00 416.40 496.40
338. Grieg   12.24 1,460.26 1,472.50
424. Hamm       324.00 324.00
516. Hammond Bay   137.72 2,318.11 2,455.83
69. Hardy Road   86.91 290.47 377.38
10. Headquarters   685.29 2,989.51 3,674.80
188. Heriot Bay (Quadra Island)  164.27 999.66 1,163.93
341. Hilliers   243.92 6,338.48 6,582.40
343. Holberg-Cape Scott        337.62 337.62
433. Homewood   44.81 160.50 205.31
344. Horn Lake   15.96 281.37 297.33
106. Howard   36.19 4,022.07 4,058.26
189. Hyacinth Bay (Quadra Island)  40.15 552.15 592.30
196. Island Highway   16,032.00 27,260.37 43,292.37
503. lenkins   22.47 168.89 191.36
Indian Reserve (Quadra Island)  8.78 9,106.23 9,115.01
504. lingle Pot   47.88 713.28 761.16
67. Knight   85.51 768.49 854.00
52. Lacon   176.63 752.90 929.53
93. Lake Trail   757.94 3,484.31 4,242.25
672. Lantzville   76.92 79.61 156.53
14. Lazo   162.26 885.99 1,048.25
636. Lighthouse  (Quadra Island)  29.16 123.94 153.10
96. Little River  .  164.97 1,386.44 1,551.41
349. Lowry         348.79 348.79
635. Macaulay .   282.57 4,374.32 4,656.89
131. Malcolm Island Road (Malcolm Island)      1,367.40 1,367.40
667. Mansfield  :  14.15 776.87 791.02
427. Mant    11.36 216.56 227.92
121. Marsden   99.25 262.18 361.43
120. Maruya    31.18 507.49 538.67
202. Masters    41.82 438.63 480.45
111. Merville    108.26 2,169.80 2,278.06
119. Minto  136.05 348.42 484.47
515. Morrison   16.33 347.66 363.99
Miracle Park Road       1,063.08 1,063.08
555. Mount Arrowsmith        530.40 530.40
123. Muir   58.88 100.31 159.19
222. McFarlan (Denman Island)   61.67 202.10 263.77
118. McLeod   259.15 57.98 317.13
629. McPhedron   17.90 163.43 181.33
56. Northwest (Denman Island)  131.15 687.80 818.95
521. Northwest Bay   71.05 707.85 778.90
324. Orr _   26.24 217.88 244.12
80. Ostby (Hornby Island)  3.55 163.40 166.95
523. Palmer  107.52 468.28 575.80
74. Peterson   99.56 291.65 391.21
192. Pidcock (Quadra Island)  17.67 293.46 311.13
129. Piercy   354.32 208.73 563.05
244. Ployart      ...     30.86 252.96 283.82
71. Port Hardy Road       516.36 516.36
94. Power-house   115.43 869.02 984.45
525. Pratt  -  69.86 568.66 638.52
526. Price          .            21.28 256.42 277.70
357. Pym   9.06 175.73 184.79
358. Qualicum   16.25 192.48 208.73
360. Quatsino         626.98 626.98
267. Read Island (Read Island)       856.02 856.02
Rebecca Spit (Quadra Island)  11.65 151.79 163.44
272. Redford Trail    .:       366.38 366.38
33. Reef Point (Cortes Island)  14.24 3,049.41 3,063.65
27. Rennison   115.08 1,243.93 1,359.01
530. Robson   36.66 209.48 246.14
Carried forward     $44,367.94 $171,155.85 $215,524.79      $610,377.21
176659
PROVINCIAL LIBRAM, N 102
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
529.
11.
528.
112.
162.
38.
29.
48.
533.
82.
536.
534.
376.
377.
665.
285.
113.
542.
545.
370.
550.
662.
547.
191.
229.
115.
551.
679.
32r.
120r.
162r.
Ross 	
Royston 	
Rutherford
Sackville .:..
Sayward
Seaford (Cortes Island).
Smith 	
Squirrel Cove (Cortes Island).
Stewart 	
St. lohn's Point (Hornby Island).
Superior	
Swayne 	
Temple 	
Texado 	
Third 	
Tipton 	
Tsolum River 	
Turner 	
Victoria 	
Virginia 	
Ward 	
Waveland _.
Wellesley
West (Quadra Island).
Willemar 	
Williams Beach 	
Winchester 	
York 	
Gravel-pit compensation
Courtenay 	
Campbell River	
Cumberland Road
Snow-removal
$44,367.94
15.57
1,134.16
84.04
61.19
3,770.13
22.30
120.38
666.83
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)	
Outside Parties Account	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Garage Account 	
General Total
il71,155.85 $215,524.79
6.09
33.15
73.36
4.20
6.60
4.77
128.15
35.47
12.89
63.86
4.93
163.97
20.11
269.39
115.01
151.92
292.03
3,292.18
100.67
9.64
56^84
287.84
283.81
299.38
209.43
1,343.59
166.31
250.35
132.10
193.29
34,270.30
38,040.43
278.53
300.83
220.03
340.41
11,293.26
11,960.09
293.82
293.82
506.16
512.25
502.35
535.50
432.61
505.97
483.49
487.69
457.91
464.51
367.80
372.57
163.56
163.56
952.89
1,081.04
128.18
163.65
321.95
321.95
3,124.43
3,137.32
112.10
175.96
159.50
164.43
210.78
210.78
2,552.45
2,716.42
161.21
181.32
477.96
747.35
163.31
278.32
203.14
355.06
1,000.00
1,000.00
3,602.84
3,894.87
940.86
940.86
4,138.14
4,138.14
9,992.24
13,284.42
164.32
164.32
145.29
245.96
66.70
76.34
21.08
21.08
227.16
284.00
85.00
85.00
27.26
27.26
16,953.61
17,241.45
4,760.60
4,760.60
5,515.99
5,515.99
$55,375.61 $267,906.11 $323,281.72
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
35b. Secondary (Fourth Street, Cumberland).
111b. Secondary (Comox, Wharf, and Balmoral, Comox).
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways.....
$227.26
343.03
$610,377.21
323,281.72
570.29
280.    Bambrick 	
422.    Browns 	
206. Cameron River (east)...
208. Cameron River (west)...
56. Campbell River Bridge..
321. Chalet	
125. Condensory 	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Carried forward..
$301.67
428.46
427.90
231.68
164.30
784.95
1,249.66
$3,588.62  $934,229.22 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 103
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Reg. No.
29.
30.
285.
59.
202.
23.
224.
43.
110.
105.
104.
32.
106.
297.
237.
437.
389.
115.
449.
177.
384.
253.
427.
385.
137.
Brought forward	
Courtenay Steel ...
Courtenay Slough
Duncan Bay	
Fitzgerald 	
Fletcher  	
Forrest	
Gwilt	
Hodgson	
McKelvie	
Mathewson	
May 	
Mill Creek _
Milligan
Morrison (south)
Napier 	
Nelson 	
Nicklen	
Oyster	
Roberts	
Sandhills 	
Seaside 	
South .-...	
Stevens 	
Telegraph 	
Walls 	
Sundry bridges, Denman Island	
Sundry bridges, Read Island	
Sundry bridges, Vancouver Island-
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance..
$3,588.62      $934,229.22
1,202.04
4,757.40
903.05
1,128.57
319.60
226.95
301.61
415.06
554.06
301.89
376.94
236.88
417.72
327.69
391.11
308.27
320.75
772.62
1,488.80
580.18
717.26
151.37
678.20
1,112.13
414.43
135.87
15.40
1,714.21
23,858.68
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Denman Island Ferry (subsidy)	
Campbell River-Quathiaski Cove Ferry (subsidy)	
Landing-barge	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries	
Total expenditure, Comox District..
$6,471.15
4,800.00
1,978.62
13,249.77
$971,337.67
Summary of Expenditures—Comox District
District expenditures as detailed above .
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167) —
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)        288,082.35
$971,337.67
19,654.85
Nil
Grand total, Comox District  $1,279,074.87
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d):  Bridges
27.    Island  Highway  (Trans-Canada),  Diamond  Overhead  Crossing
(Project No. 57)    $43,492.16
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d):  Bridges	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
$43,492.16
23.    Cowichan Lake Road (Project No. 51).
121.    Cedar Road (Project No. 172).
220.    Nanaimo Lakes Road (Project No. 100).
$116.80
25,000.00
8,242.38
Carried forward     $33,359.18
$43,492.16 N  104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads—Continued
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
24.    Youbou Road from Cowichan Lake to Youbou   (north shore)
(Project No. 164)     109,594.09
132.    Old Island Highway (Project No. 165)       17,904.40
$33,359.18        $43,492.16
132.
1.
203.
4.
7.
10.
11.
205.
65.
19.
121.
172.
48.
21.
154.
30.
97.
23.
31.
39.
40.
78.
42.
68.
50.
210.
49.
217.
58.
57.
53.
55.
61.
312.
214.
64.
67.
66.
76.
208.
90.
34.
211.
69.
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads..
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):
Permanent Bridges
113.    Riverside Bridge (Project No. 72)     $22,719.97
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges_
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Island Highway (Stewart Hill culvert)     $10,335.41
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
Vote 237 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Adshead 	
Akenhead 	
Barnes 	
Bench 	
Bennie 	
Brenton-Page ...
Cameron 	
Canin 	
Cavin 	
Cedar	
Chemainus 	
Cherry Point	
Christie 	
Clokes 	
Code 	
Cowichan Bay ..
Cowichan Lake
Davis 	
Extension 	
Fiddick 	
Forestry  	
Fourth Avenue .
Galloway	
Glenora   __1	
Gordon 	
Grouhel 	
Hambrook	
Haslam 	
Heemer	
Hillbank 	
Holden-Corso ...
Indian 	
Island Highway
lones ...
Kelly
Koksilah-Riverside
Koksilah-Station ...
Marshall 	
Mayo 	
Mountain 	
McLay	
MacMillan 	
Nanaimo Lakes —
160,857.67
22,719.97
10,335.41
Carried forward       $6,257.09
3now-removaI
General
Total
$32.24
$432.53
$464.77
17.81
164.92
182.73
62.68
1,735.21
1,797.89
42.50
840.12
882.62
84.62
1,627.55
1,712.17
83.20
333.89
417.09
28.28
216.49
244.77
253.60
253.60
25.40
453.10
478.50
513.46
3,826.88
4,340.34
464.63
3,400.69
3,865.32
58.74
2,604.38
2,663.12
56.58
766.30
822.88
37.20
268.22
305.42
23.95
158.02
181.97
127.08
4,958.89
5,085.97
729.86
5,635.92
6,365.78
6.02
654.46
660.48
167.33
3,506.85
3,674.18
1,002.78
1,002.78
2,378.51
2,378.51
5.08
325.65
330.73
69.28
129.33
198.61
117.86
1,536.15
1,654.01
27.48
221.60
249.08
10.22
315.07
325.29
744.28
744.28
134.11
4,895.48
5,029.59
8.98
217.78
226.76
314.51
314.51
135.42
1,293.80
1,429.22
148.10
1,501.65
1,649.75
2,396.25
35,670.36
38,066.61
1,205.68
1,205.68
190.52
190.52
190.56
9,848.94
10,039.50
8.54
171.68
180.22
49.22
714.16
763.38
202.64
202.64
36.50
423.33
459.83
14.63
217.53
232.16
44.60
1,035.60
1,080.20
298.68
382.05
680.73
$6,257.09
$96,777.10 $103,034.19      $237,405.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 105
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal
Brought forward                  $6,257.09
General              Total
$96,777.10 $103,034.19
4,050.54        4,139.04
1.983.69 2,634.75
605.59           651.80
965.77 980.31
457.79           457.79
175.28 175.28
292.88           292.88
125.43           193.60
963.70           970.28
447.08           447.08
1,177.46        1,208.16
674.06           755.82
554.31           554.31
253.81           253.81
477.06           615.36
253.29 253.29
603.46           694.67
5.428.33 5,832.09
2.457.70 2,652.16
162.72           162.72
398.25           438.58
825.85           825.85
2,408.06        2,511.45
318.81           362.48
1,942.93        1,977.37
1.332.34 1,351.10
304.78 304.78
256.30 256.30
242.24 267.62
338.38           338.38
233.54           233.54
728.23           740.69
1,299.38        1,305.96
243.25 243.25
1,780.56        1,780.56
222.02           222.02
3,090.40        3,316.68
3,149.18         3,149.18
345.99           345.99
1,393.72        1,393.72
$237,405.21
Reg. No.
220.    Nanaimo River                       88.50
24.    North Shore                       651.06
99.
95
Olsen  .             46.21
Old Koksilah                                  14.54
102.
Patterson         	
38.
Phillips 	
105,
Phipps             	
106,
Quennell              68.17
94
Raines  ■  .               6.58
44
Ritten           	
110.
113.
Riverside  .              30.70
Sahtlam                 81.76
115.
Scannell       .
200.
Scotchtown         	
181.
Somenos                  138.30
119.
Southin  '          	
120.
South Oyster School                        91.21
27.
South Shore                                                 403.76
163.
Spruston  .......                   194.46
126.
Swan   ..          .
131.
149.
Takala               40.33
Telegraph         __            . ...
129.
Thomas ...                                                    103.39
169.
81.
148.
5.
Timberland               43.67
Tzouhalem               34.44
Virostko               18.76
Victoria Crescent ...                      	
6.
Walsh
136.
Waters .....                  25.38
137.
Watta             	
142.
White                       	
209.
White Rapids       ...                                12.46
204.
Wilkinson                                                            6.58
145.
3lR
Arterial ...                   „   .      	
68r
Sundry roads (units under $150)           226.28
Plant Repair and Rental Account • ..     ....   	
$8,583.63 $139,741.26 $148,324.89
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Street;
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Hi
Secondary Highway               ...     	
148,324.89
36b
GHWAYS
$4,471.36
Total. Vote 237 (a)—Classified Hiahwavs	
4,471.36
4.
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Bnnsall              	
$302.51
225.68
936.02
875.33
2,762.09
173.96
930.10
387.67
1,412.06
898.17
9
Bush Creek No. 1                                          .      	
10.
Bush Creek No. 2 .             '	
14.
Chemainus               . 	
19
75
Deadwood         	
84.
Deerholme           ...      -      - 	
30.
37.
56.
Carried forward :	
$8,903.59
$390,201.46 N 106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward       $8,903.59      $390,201.46
Reg. No.
8.    Nanaimo River   260.08
163.    Sluice  289.00
5.    White  832.35
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,211.03
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  11,496.05
Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Mount Sicker       $2,558.50
117.    Sherman          5,500.00
81.    Tzouhalem          5,000.00
Total, Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  13,058.50
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District      $414,756.01
Divisional Engineer, Chemainus
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reconstruction of Henry Road (Project No. 215)     $25,429.37
Reconstruction of Trunk Road from new Island Highway to railway crossing in City of Duncan (Project No. 218).        13,557.32
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads        $38,986.69
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):
Trans-Canada Roads
Island Highway, Duncan-Ladysmith (Project No. 90)  $337,587.92
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-Canada Roads        337,587.92
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):
Trans-Canada Bridges
Holmes Creek Bridge on Koksilah-Ladysmith Section of Island
Highway (Project No. 66)       $2,010.98
Whitehouse Creek Bridge on Koksilah-Ladysmith Section of Island
Highway (Project No. 63)         3,481.59
Overhead crossing, Mile 45.25, E. 25, E. & N. Railway (Project
No. 46)  1 :.         6,951.19
Cowichan River Bridge (Project No. 41)       16,323.06
Chemainus River Bridge (Project No. 42)       56,357.84
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):  Trans-Canada Bridges 85,124.66
Total, Chemainus office      $461,699.27
Summary of Expenditures, Cowichan-Newcastle District
District expenditures as detailed above  $414,756.01
Expenditures as detailed above for Chemainus office  461,699.27
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  22,740.90
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 171).. 159,737.83
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)  394,507.49
Grand total, Cowichan-Newcastle District  $1,453,441.50 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N  107
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
126r. Kimberley-Blarchmont (Project No. 195)     $37,825.53
23.
51.
71.
29.
31.
14.
4.
80.
10.
2.
12.
9.
3.
16.
17.
81.
24.
72.
7.
226.
18.
1.
20.
36.
39.
22.
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  	
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):
Permanent Bridges
6.    Moyie River Bridge (Project No. 30).
$6,412.60
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges _.
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Clarke 	
Cranbrook-Wycliffe
Cross 	
Curzon-Kingsgate 	
Eager lunction-Ta Ta Creek
French Avenue	
Gold Creek	
Green Bay
Ha Ha Valley	
Kootenay-Columbia 	
Kootenay orchards 	
Meadowbrook Settlement
Mission 	
Mission-Wasa   	
Mission-Wycliffe 	
Mineral Lake	
Perry Creek 	
Pighin
Slaterville streets
Smith Lake	
South Ward School	
St. Mary Lake	
Summer's Subdivision	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Torrent 	
Waldo-Newgate  	
Wardner-Waldo 	
Wycliffe-Cherry Creek 	
Yahk streets	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
$37,825.53
6,412.60
Snow-removal
General
Total
$196.57
$500.35
$696.92
299.10
470.02
769.12
65.02
173.45
238.47
683.55
993.08
1,676.63
794.97
2,939.27
3,734.24
641.08
641.08
275.56
1,605.33
1,880.89
90.73
62.01
152.74
595.37
895.27
1,490.64
8,088.24
10,788.57
18,876.81
836.43
2,072.85
2,909.28
420.62
51.64
472.26
328.78
3,295.75
3,624.53
186.68
239.79
426.47
564.80
974.04
1,538.84
89.01
165.30
254.31
124.47
326.41
450.88
455.10
432.90
888.00
54.33
691.99
746.32
297.38
229.37
526.75
723.97
723.97
1,875.34
1,600.60
3,475.94
328.73
328.73
13,458.06
53,783.47
67,241.53
320.00
442.83
762.83
1,201.99
3,284.50
4,486.49
112.93
1,361.41
1,474.34
248.33
248.33
538.52
1,049.57
538.52
257.26
1,306.83
6,660.22
6,660.22
11,070.75
11,070.75
421.39
421.39
$32,001.02 $107,891.25 $139,892.27
Is, and Streets
         139,892.27
Vote 237 (a)—Roads:   Classified
$382.18
Total, Vote
Alki Creek
237 (a)—Roads:  Classified	
382.18
80
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
$351.00
5,892.09
1,611.48
703.88
479.63
1,315.59
703.76
P3
Fort Steele 	
43
Gold Creek
PQ
Kootenay River
Matthew Creek
76
139
Perry Creek
88.
Carried forward	
$11,057.43
$184,512.58 N  108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward    $11,057.43      $184,512.58
Reg. No.
21. Springbrook   16,691.79
22. St. loseph Creek  439.92
78.    St. Mary River  4,742.28
124.   Wasa    11,919.76
122.    Westport    240.62
17.    Wycliffe   24,921.75
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  614.31
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance  70,627.86
Total, expenditure, Cranbrook District      $255,140.44
Summary of Expenditures, Cranbrook District
District expenditures as detailed above  $255,140.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)       17,524.33
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 171).....        2,052.60
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 177)     122,009.88
Grand total, Cranbrook District  $396,727.25
DELTA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
10.    Canoe Pass Bridge (Project No. 86)     $61,003.96
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges         $61,003.96
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
114r. Campbell River Road (Project No. 135)  $6,666.55
125r. McLellan Road (Project No. 167)  34,208.69
128r. McLellan Road (Project No. 167)  199.12
133r. Scott Road (Project No. 166)  4,726.56
139r. Scott Road (Project No. 166)  14,970.89
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  60,771.81
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
16.    Chillikthan Slough Bridge (Project No. 92)       $3,822.02
32.    Serpentine River Bridge (Project No. 83)       24,456.39
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges......         28,278.41
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
3.    Centre   '.            $41.30 $311.82 $353.12
2.    Dyke            • 36.75 659.90 696.65
5.    North Dyke               45.95 546.02 591.97
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham            223.65 3,840.34 4,063.99
151r. Boundary Bay        5,906.99 5,906.99
114r. Campbell River               43.65 553.17 596.82
66r. Fraser Avenue               29.56 606.01 635.57
15r. King George VI Highway         1,693.42 20,783.68 22,477.10
133R. Ladner Trunk-Scott           343.22 3,342.13 3,685.35
125r. McLellan             227.79 26,316.79 26,544.58
128r. McLellan             173.24 7,534.59 7,707.83
Carried forward       $2,858.53    $70,401.44    $73,259.97      $150,054.18 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 109
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward       $2,858.53    $70,401.44    $73,259.97      $150,054.18
Reg. No.
13r. Pacific Highway  712.94        5,808.23 6,521.17
139r. Scott   470.59        5,237.85 5,708.44
2r. Trans-Canada Highway          2,983.97      15,424.71 18,408.68
3r. Trans-Canada Highway          1,677.56      11,285.67 12,963.23
Sundry roads (units under $150)  807.88 100.13 908.01
Surrey   Municipality   (replacement   of
bridges with culverts)            50,000.00 50,000.00
Plant and tools            4,040.63 4,040.63
Plant and tools (Aldergrove equipment-
shed)        1         7,732.40 7,732.40
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)           19,007.73 19,007.73
Cloverdale Garage               5,928.34 5,928.34
Supervision         733.50 733.50
Barnston Island Landing (flood)       397.91 397.91
Ladner Ferry Landing (flood)              1,602.09 1,602.09
$9,511.47 $159,685.17 $169,196.64
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         169,196.64
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
40b. Boundary Bay ;. $174.48
84b. Steveston   727.02
50b. Woodward   417.10
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways  1,318.60
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
9.    Campbell River  $840.65
15.    Campbell River  372.38
10.    Canoe Pass  7,652.42
4 and 5. Eburne   49,136.52
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue  50,431.03
18. Ladner Marsh No. 1  178.00
19. Ladner Marsh No. 2  402.59
20. Ladner Marsh No. 3  293.95
24.   Nicomekl  1,130.07
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  698.02
Renewing bridge structures (Langley Municipality)  19,992.23
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance         131,127.86
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
16.    Barnston Island   $17,868.05
16. Barnston Island Ferry Landing  725.27
17. Ladner-Woodward   9,398.44
17.    Ladner-Woodward (Ladner Landing)  3,383.07
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  31,374.83
Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Harvie (Surrey Municipality)       $3,297.16
Hjorth (Surrey Municipality)         5,702.84
Total, Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  9,000.00
Total expenditure, Delta District      $492,072.11
Summary of Expenditures, Delta District
District expenditures as detailed above . .  $492,072.11
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)        1,125.SI
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)     148,527.38
Grand total, Delta District  $648,325.36 N 110 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
DEWDNEY DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6: Bridges
Reg. No.
44.    Pallot Bridge No. 1 (Project No. 47)         $4,081.25
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Bridges    $4,081.25
Capital Account—•" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Agassiz-Ruby Creek Road (Project No. 119)  $76,485.71
Bedwell Bay-loco Road (Project No. 168)  10,000.00
Chehalis River Bridge approaches (Project No. 216)   8,650.33
Coquitlam-Ioco Revision (Project No. 79)  9,457.31
Coquitlam River Bridge approaches (Project No. 155)  26,219.52
23r. Lougheed Highway (Mission-Hatzic) (Project No. 53)  7,485.52
23r. Stave River Bridge approaches (Project No. 102)  3,992.87
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads         142,291.26
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
193.    Chehalis River Bridge (Project No. 77)     $82,047.93
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Bridges  82,047.93
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
25.    Alouette River Bridge (Project No. 68)      $22,389.03
2.    Coquitlam River Bridge (Project No. 44)       18,144.65
99.    Stave River Bridge (Project No. 39)          9,983.99
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges ....         50,517.67
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
1. Athey   $101.20 $803.66 $904.86
79. Airport ....  46.42 407.39 453.81
Bedwell Bay-loco     328.93 328.93
3.    Bell   27.33 336.17 363.50
56.    Brooks  :  72.63 638.94 711.57
5. Dale  139.43 5,800.81 5,940.24
6. Davis   76.11 315.63 391.74
8. Deroche Landing  205.88 355.67 561.55
9. Durieu   116.58 126.40 242.98
59.    Eagle   124.68 110.67 235.35
11. Farms   360.17 3,661.01 4,021.18
14. Gledhill   77.00 80.79 157.79
12. Gourlay   49.59 157.40 206.99
80. Harrison Bay   16.19 376.00 392.19
51.    Harrison Hot Springs     1,365.92 1,365.92
16.    Hartley   214.85 443.39 658.24
13. Hawkins-Pickles   101.27 1,582.48 1,683.75
82.    Hodgson   16.00 545.05 561.05
61.    Hope-Rosedale  887.16 2,151.82 3,038.98
15. Hyde and Buker  84.05 613.03 697.08
2. Ioco-Sunnyside  748.33 2,229.00 2,977.33
3. loco Townsite streets  36.48 941.34 977.82
18.    Johnston   243.55 291.17 534.72
20.   Kirkpatrick     941.69 941.69
7h. Lougheed, Section 7  572.13 1,334.25 1,906.38
7i.   Lougheed, Section 8  784.97 3,030.91 3,815.88
7j. Lougheed, Section 9  904.87 9,005.63 9,910.50
7k. Lougheed, Section 10  820.10 4,541.23 5,361.33
.62.    Madaris     1,178.03 1,178.03
22.    Malcolm   59.41 480.03 539.44
69.    Morris Valley  106.06 2,010.31 2,116.37
Carried forward       $6,992.44    $46,184.75    $53,177.19      $278,938.11 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 111
Reg. No.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward       $6,992.44    $46,184.75    $53,177.19
28.
24.
23.
29.
30.
74.
33.
35.
36.
37.
41.
42.
38.
43.
24r. Abbotsford-Mission
67r. Central Arterial
Clarke 	
Coquitlam
Morton 	
McDonald's Landing ..
McKamey 	
Newton	
Nicomen Island Trunk
Nicomen Slough	
North Nicomen 	
Rennie 	
River Road (south) ....
Rowan 	
Stave Lake	
Sterling 	
Sylvester	
Taylor
117r.
10r.
18r.
19r.
Dewdney Trunk 	
Dewdney Trunk 	
20r. Dewdney Trunk	
59r. Hammond Loop	
69r. Haney Loop	
160r. Harrison Hot Springs
161r. Harrison Hot Springs
57r. loco-Port Moody	
21r. Lougheed 	
22r. Lougheed 	
23r. Lougheed 	
26r. Lougheed 	
165r. Lougheed 	
104.02
228.17
98.62
1,088.81
402.81
43.25
64.58
121.19
43.33
84.46
530.63
184.31
1,016.49
52.05
183.36
9.75
45.40
770.71
429.89
1,116.95
74.57
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools (warehouses)	
Plant and tools ,	
Weigh-scales (floods) 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Supervision 	
River-bank protection (Agassiz) 	
44.78
211.50
731.55
322.30
1,789.98
1,122.74
2,889.00
348.62
339.65
1,503.27
243.95
331.99
433.78
1,139.47
278.29
635.70
229.61
571.89
215.07
2,404.28
2,247.06
12,139.23
1,226.95
988.55
427.92
109.06
9,038.94
2,318.34
7,362.92
3,098.89
440.35
446.41
615.98
4,437.54
3,041.12
1,805.48
13,197.43
8,249.54
20,949.23
3,496.43
1,181.34
2,373.40
3,080.71
455.79
19,637.30
1,737.69
6,500.00
1,607.29
472.12
430.61
1,522.59
1,542.28
321.54
700.28
350.80
615.22
299.53
2,934.91
2,431.37
13,155.72
1,279.00
1,171.91
437.67
154.46
9,809.65
2,748.23
8,479.87
3,173.46
440.35
446.41
660.76
4,649.04
3,772.67
2,127.78
14,987.41
9,372.28
23,838.23
3,845.05
1,520.99
2,373.40
3,080.71
455.79
19,637.30
1,737.69
6,500.00
$21,485.91 $145,501.05 $166,986.96
$278,938.11
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
166,986.96
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
73b. Dewdney Trunk
77b. Dewdney Trunk
92b. Dewdney Trunk
74b. Harris 	
79b. McNeil
194.
166.
193.
2.
18.
150.
116.
501.
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways .
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Agassiz Mountain
Bell 	
Chehalis	
Coquitlam 	
Coquitlam 	
Dewdney 	
Eagle Mill	
Floods 	
Carried forward..
$3,067.11
3,000.00
7,332.62
499.22
548.00
178.96
$238.85
444.18
269.92
3,434.00
7,774.02
3,466.49
7,328.40
599.09
14,625.91
$23,554.95      $460,550.98 N. 112 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward  $23,554.95      $460,550.98
Reg. No.
5.    Government  6,527.45
93.    Harper  176.10
131.    Harrison River  6,071.47
517.    Hunter Creek  250.00
50.    Kanaka ■_  2,973.97
Kluck ....  1,319.29
135.    Legace Creek No. 3  5,394.92
127. Miami  358.07
106-1. Mission (C.P.R.)   14,570.22
175.    Morton   473.47
44.    Pallot No. 1   280.43
41.    Pitt River •  25,611.90
164.    Reserve No. 2  393.30
16.    School   5,305.77
128. School-house   172.89
15.    Scott  1,638.28
112.    Sharpe   1,751.59
155.    Silas  :  275.48
95.    Silver Creek  2,709.53
57.    Sturgeon   151.64
118.    Tallard  1,180.57
152.    Waring   601.66
Sundry bridge (units under $150)  1,398.85
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance         103,141.80
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Classified
25.    Alouette   $ 1,057.45
76. Brackley   2,233.30
77. Sproule   4,462.45
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  23.13
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Classified  7,776.33
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
1j. Lougheed, Section 9 .       $3,689.04
7k. Lougheed, Section 10         3,004.39
Total, Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  6,693.43
Total expenditure, Dewdney District       $578,162.54
Summary of Expenditures, Dewdney District
District expenditures as detailed above  $578,162.54
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  24,184.99
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 171).. 627,870.64
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)  152,628.82
Grand total, Dewdney District ;  $1,382,846.99
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e): Culverts
Niagara Canyon Bridge replacement (Project No. 142)    $87,546.93
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e): Culverts        $87,546.93
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Sooke Road revision (Project No. Ill)     $52,500.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  52,500.00
Carried forward. .       $ 140,046.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 113
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward.
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Mill Bay revision (Project No. 140).
$44,765.23
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):  Trans-Canada Roads
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
Wilkinson Bridge (Project No. 58).
$30,913.25
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges
lordan River Bridge..
Shawyer Bridge	
$6,250.00
11,913.20
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges
Vote 237 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
1.
2.
357.
3.
368.
15.
362.
417.
26.
29.
272.
213.
39.
325.
393.
289.
42.
47.
49.
219.
50.
51.
175.
186.
65.
66.
57.
61.
58.
69.
226.
27.
76.
100.
82.
67.
87.
233.
375.
90.
93.
Albert Head
Arden 	
Aros 	
Atkins 	
Becher Bay -
Belmont 	
Brock 	
Butterfield ...
Cameron-Taggert
Cherry Point	
Church 	
Creed  	
Deloume 	
Deloume 	
Donn 	
Dover Street
Duke  	
East Sooke ...
Elford   	
Fairfield 	
Finlayson Arm
Fisher 	
Florence Lake 	
Florence Lake drainage..
Forrest  	
Garland Avenue 	
Gillespie 	
Glen Lake	
Glen Lake drainage	
Goldstream Cross-road ..
Grant 	
Happy Valley ...
Heald 	
Hutchinson  	
Island Highway
Kangaroo 	
Kemp  	
Kilmalu 	
Lagoon 	
Lake End 	
Lakewood 	
Latoria 	
Leigh 	
inow-removal
General
$335.40
395.17
174.33
493.88
170.60
178.21
444.61
443.28
771.87
325.59
168.65
221.85
278.76
174.92
286.90
414.74
502.77
4,828.84
197.75
154.11
■615.61
802.42
564.73
252.50
416.41
327.76
1,678.87
572.51
1,412.19
379.75
527.25
3,717.82
622.90
573.03
26,151.40
1,450.09
392.18
426.63
180.28
308.92
710.84
783.11
661.08
Total
$335.40
395.17
174.33
$27.48
521.36
170.60
178.21
57.18
501.79
443.28
18.60
79.80
790.47
405.39
168.65
221.85
278.76
174.92
286.90
414.74
502.77
48.74
4,877.58
197.75
154.11
57.01
24.94
1.44
672.62
827.36
566.17
252.50
416.41
327.76
.90.50
1,769.37
572.51
1,412.19
14.12
393.87
527.25
5.50
3,723.32
622.90
39.78
4,458.36
5.68
612.81
30,609.76
1,455.77
392.18
19.92
446.55
180.28
308.92
710.84
783.11
7.11
668.19
$140,046.93
44,765.23
30,913.25
18,163.20
Carried forward       $4,956.16    $54,490.51    $59,446.67      $233,888.61 N 114
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 («)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal
General
Roads,
Total
Reg. No.
98.
99.
376.
103.
101.
112.
316.
79.
121.
122.
126.
130.
68.
132.
133.
371.
150.
141.
142.
147.
117.
148.
149.
329.
152.
154.
155.
Brought forward..
$4,956.16    $54,490.51    $59,446.67      $233,888.61
282.
192.
190.
162.
222.
16.
171.
101.
299.
203.
19.
285.
20.
145.
196.
29.
50.
32.
51.
290.
179.
184.
Luxton  	
Metchosin .
Mill Bay ....
Milligan ....
Millstream .
Munn  	
Norquay
Otter Point
Parry 	
Peatt 	
Phillips
101.51
100.20
27.88
24.00
66.98
Quarantine 	
Renfrew 	
Rocky Point ...
Ross-Durrance
Rudyard
Shawnigan Lake 	
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-road
Silver Mine 	
Sooke  	
Sooke Lake 	
Sooke River	
Station 	
Stormont 	
Sylvester 	
Taylor 	
Telegraph
View Royal surfacing.
Wale 	
West Coast	
West Shawnigan Lake	
Whiffen Spit ....	
Winster	
Wishart 	
Wooton  	
Port Renfrew
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Garage Account	
Plant and tools..
2,982.83
850.69
185.79
500.94
120.00
188.35
179.13
59.22
96.00
244.10
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Supervision 	
Unissed Stores Account	
163.65
5,417.84
1,181.57
1,300.23
2,796.50
540.71
304.71
986.50
174.05
619.67
338.56
6,677.90
3,641.99
4,541.50
291.10
454.22
1,864.44
262.55
211.06
12,183.89
1,519.55
692.66
786.86
1,347.07
423.19
203.25
1,264.27
2,431.54
1,074.53
4,787.97
595.49
257.96
520.87
1,362.33
168.54
2,393.09
2,277.33
6,199.51
7,392.95
8,029.77
3,148.04
15,416.69
163.65
5,519.35
1,281.77
1,300.23
2,824.38
564.71
304.71
1,053.48
174.05
619.67
338.56
6,677.90
6,624.82
4,541.50
291.10
454.22
2,715.13
448.34
211.06
12,684.83
1,639.55
692.66
786.86
1,347.07
423.19
203.25
1,452.62
2,431.54
1,074.53
4,967.10
654.71
257.96
520.87
1,362.33
168.54
2,489.09
2,521.43
6,199.51
7,392.95
8,029.77
3,148.04
15,416.69
$10,683.78 $144,677.07 $155,360.85
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
Baird Creek
Bourgeoise ..
Channel 	
Craigflower
Davidson .....
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Deadmans Creek
Deer Creek	
Elford 	
Finlayson 	
Fish Camp 	
Gillis 	
Jacob's Creek	
King
Millstream No.
Robertson	
$252.88
199.88
1,494.25
274.83
282.06
855.76
1,401.57
410.54
188.69
239.43
1,038.47
848.56
986.08
1,689.38
1,447.86
155,360.85
Carried forward..
$11,610.24  $389,249.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 115
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward     $11,610.24      $389,249.46
Reg. No.
250.   San Juan  21,861.05
34.    Shawyer   3,697.48
114.    Skookum Gulch  352.44
95.    Stoney Creek  1,346.97
55.   Twin     406.63
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,343.32
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  40,618.13
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District       $429,867.59
Summary of Expenditures, Esquimalt District
District expenditures as detailed above  $429,867.59
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  15,683.16
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report...   JV;7
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)  22,403.91
Grand total, Esquimalt District  $467,954.66
FERNIE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Construction of approach fills and retaining-walls at Michel Mouth,
Old Town, and Loop Bridges (Project No. 160)     $69,027.59
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads        $69,027.59
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Michel Mouth Bridge (Project No. 54)     $28,196.69
Old Town Bridge (Project No. 55)       39,054.94
Loop Bridge (Project No. 56)       64,707.71
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges—        131,959.34
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
46.    Bull River (North)   $352.06 $697.38 $1,049.44
78.    Eimer  206.78 195.16 401.94
3. Elko-Roosville  750.59 4,216.43 4,967.02
10.    Elko-Waldo   1,048.26 2,129.03 3,177.29
4. Elk Valley  1,734.45 4,186.21 5,920.66
33. Fenwick's    190.87 190.87
13. Fernie-Coal Creek  1,456.40 471.87 1,928.27
128.    Fernie-Elko   1,103.37 266.73 1,370.10
18.    Gateway-Ferry      275.65 275.65
93. Kootenay-Columbia    (Bull   River-Fort
Steele)             1,184.16 2,904.11 4,088.27
94. Kootenay-Columbia (Fort Steele-Wasa) 38.25 1,498.92 1,537.17
34. Lewis Creek   39.87 11,510.05 11,549.92
17.    Mansfield   1,095.82 274.87 1,370.69
14. Maus Creek     205.58 205.58
51.    McBainsLake  219.42 612.02 831.44
151.    Premier Lake-Park Road    207.08 207.08
99.    Rock Creek    530.44 530.44
8.    Sand Creek   623.92 1,180.93 1,804.85
40:   Sheep Creek  296.00 104.76 400.76
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway....... 26,194.46 72,392.62 98,587.08
2. Wardner-Gateway   695.94 1,819.07 2,515.01
Carried forward     $37,039.75 $105,869.78 $142,909.53      $200,986.93 N 116 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
FERNIE DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward  $37,039.75 $105,869.78 $142,909.53      $200,986.93
Reg. No.
41.    Wolfe Creek   50.63 133.72 184.35
Sundry roads (units under $150)  87.35 409.82 497.17
Garage Account        6,845.81 6,845.81
Plant and tools       14,747.58 14,747.58
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)      254.50 254.50
River-protection work       5,500.00 5,500.00
Replacing Bridge No. 195 at Elko with
a fill       1,700.00 1,700.00
Replacing Tunnel Creek Bridge No. 147
with culvert and fill       7,500.00 7,500.00
$37,177.73 $142,452.21 $179,629.94
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         179,629.94
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
62.    Barn   $155.17
64.    Coal Creek  227.67
143.    Dally  9,445.42
8.    Elkmouth   4,023.14
4.    Fernie (west)  '.  1,229.36
85.    Flathead   3,937.69
70.    Little Sand Creek :  217.25
111.   Lizzard Creek  1,254.71
17.    Newgate Slough  320.08
7.    Phillips   3,127.73
47.    Sheep Creek  279.73
146.    Swinton   840.55
46.    Wolfe Creek   166.32
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,503.89
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  26,728.71
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (Elko-Fernie)       $2,500.00
Total, Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways  2,500.00
Total expenditure, Fernie District       $409,845.58
Summary of Expenditures—Fernie District
District expenditures as detailed above  $409,845.58
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 171)—.. 296,964.42
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)  250,019.02
Grand total, Fernie District  $956,829.02
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
River-bank Protection, John Hart Highway (Salmon River) (Project
No. 5)        $2,337.75
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads  $2,337.75
Carried forward    $2,337.75 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N  117
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward  	
                        $2,337.75
Capital Account—" Highway I
Garvin Canyon Bridge replacement (Proj
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Sws
Project No. 169)	
)evelopment Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
_d No. 1181                 $13.81096
de Creek-Squi
rrel Creek
10,000.00
Tete Jaune-Red Pass (Project No. 209)
Prince Georse-Hutton (Project No. 210)
10,000.00
49,868.59
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946
Nechako River Bridee	
Roads	
                  83,679.55
" Sec. 2 (a
): Bridges
$13,476.03
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropr
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance
Trails,
io.
Beaverley-Bednesti      	
iation Act, 194
and Minor Bi
and Streets
Snow-removal
$253.62
77.57
243.90
58.50
6," Sec. 2 (c
1TTERMENTS
General.
$131.26
417.27
1,896.98
204.76
337.76
2,087.89
17,051.54
Reg. I
99
):  Bridges          13,476.03
: Roads,
Total
$384.88
85
Beavier   .   ...   .     . .   .
494.84
142.
119.
Bendixon 	
Bend (east) 	
Berg Lake Trail	
2,140.88
263.26
337.76
86.
60.
176
Blackburn	
Buckhorn  	
Camp Creek           ... ..
427.15
1,015.94
203.44
4,123.83
468.48
3,030.50
400.50
92.70
2,515.04
18,067.48
203.44
75
Cariboo .         . 	
15,210.42
148.69
6,350.43
342.01
1,644.97
729.68
2,313.09
271.54
1,309.18
1,149.81
241.77
239.82
100.93
515.51
963.55
134.17
304.13
385.25
947.38
2,437.09
1,033.37
429.06
1,437.33
214.59
328.90
57.98
19,334.25
161
Central Avenue           ..    .    ...   .
617.17
74
Chief Lake             .     .   .
9,380.93
217.
147
Cranbrook  	
Cumming 	
742.51
1,737.67
14
Dome Creek-Kidd 	
Dunster-Croydon 	
Dunster—Raush Valley
729.68
84.
17
257.45
18.00
72.48
400.70
509.79
49.50
58.53
1,346.03
13,291.07
62.67
2,570.54
289.54
145.
214.
30
Farr (east) 	
Ferguson Lake	
Foreman     .   ..   .. . 	
1,381.66
1,550.51
751.56
78
Fort George-Isle Pierre    	
289.32
3?
159.46
116.
?18
Hammond 	
Hart Highway .       ......
1,861.54
14,254.62
43.
Hoffercamp              ______ 	
196.84
143
Holmes
304.13
136
Hornby
385.25
22.
140
Johnson .        ....       _ _ _.
350.85
331.72
241.08
1,399.77
1,833.13
248.22
72.00
267.45
163.20
1,298.23
2,768.81
144.
Lund       .  ______ __
1,274.45
50.
McBride (Cariboo)                    	
1,828.83
51
McBride (east)                          __ _
3,270.46
131.
McGaghran                          .
462.81
168.
124.
McLarty 	
Miworth                            .   ._
400.90
325.43
176
163.20
111
Mount Robson 	
163.22
1,225.99
23.62
1,072.14
205.93
57,520.75
1,371.87
1,231.57
45.73
160.82
237.58
655.17
163.22
54
543.42
364.00
942.19
300.26
20,424.42
1,769.41
90.
387.62
58
Ness Lake    _ _
2,014.33
52.
Nichal—Isle Pierre	
506.19
3.
3.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (erosion of Swift Creek)              	
77,945.17
1,371.87
9.
Okanagan—North Thompson        	
477.75
163.18
1,709.32
27.
208.91
21
160.82
216.
360.00
737.20
597.58
141
1,392.37
Carried forward	
$55,682.19 $125,282.50 $180,964.69        $99,493.33 N 118
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
130.
40.
49.
174.
179.
135.
104.
190.
26.
165.
75.
74.
Brought forward..
Snow-removal        General
$55,682.19 $125,282.50
Queen Street 	
Red Rock (west).
Reid Lake 	
Saxton 	
Shell Lake 	
Shelley (east) __
Shelley (south)
Sintich  	
Summit Lake 	
Tabor Creek 	
West Lake-Fraser River..
Willow River
15.
*25.
*25.
Willow River bank-protection
Wright Creek
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Stamp Account 	
Plant and tools	
Garage Account	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Cariboo (Stone Creek diversion) _	
Cariboo (Red Rock diversion)	
375.78
163.18
2,291.02
199.97
64.00
775.86
591.20
359.93
734.76
39.08
660.22
372.40
"""lT"4."73
623.12
4,432.32
134.17
1,535.52
180.51
110.50
1,495.09
666.67
3,707.84
698.57
189.58
213.58
153.72
11,928.62
152.98
1,396.33
1,111.75
17,026.62
11,949.81
2,340.85
12,684.65
31,823.40
Total
1180,964.69
509.95
163.18
3,826.54
380.48
174.50
2,270.95
1,257.87
4,067.77
1,433.33
228.66
873.80
526.12
11,928.62
267.71
2,019.45
1,111.75
21,458.94
11,949.81
2,340.85
12,684.65
31,823.40
$67,479.76 $220,101.56 $287,581.32
Total, Vote 273 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
9.
31.
93.
62.
182.
120.
51.
173.
144.
187.
147.
69.
10.
18.
14.
15.
169.
Fraser River
Fraser River (Dunster).	
Fraser River (McBride)	
Fraser River (Tete Jaune).
Fritzwilliam 	
Gravel Creek	
Henderson 	
Moose River No. 1	
Nechako River	
Nukko 	
Salmon River	
Snowshoe 	
Six Mile	
St. George 	
Stone Creek 	
Thirty Mile
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Wright Creek	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance..
$642.53
1,335.45
1,074.35
295.03
372.43
185.00
695.51
294.52
700.83
946.61
595.23
467.49
190.00
175.00
3,429.93
6,963.04
2,020.47
752.93
$21,136.35
4.    Hansard 	
9.   Isle de Pierre..
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
$2,138.13
2,535.47
$99,493.33
287,581.32
21,136.35
12.    Croydon                                   .       2,247.63
$6,921.23
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries	
Vote 237 (a)—John Hart Highway
218.    Hart Highway                              .   $11,708.37
6,921.23
Total, Vote 237 (a)—John Hart Highway	
Total expenditure. Fort George District...       ... ... 	
11,708.37
$426,840.60
* Represents 50 per cent cost of maintenance and reconstruction due to Pacific Great Eastern Railway extension. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Fort George District
N 119
  $426,840.60
  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 172)_____ 269,962.97
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report-
Grand total, Fort George District..
$696,803.57
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT
Vote 237 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
12.
86.
13.
B17.
14.
16.
17.
80.
98.
18.
89.
26.
27.
30.
31.
32.
33.
101.
36.
37.
41.
42.
43.
44.
46.
47.
50.
96.
100.
53.
54.
48.
56.
83.
63.
65.
64.
66.
68.
69.
70.
72.
73.
Reg. No. Snow-removal
82. Almond Gardens  $113.71
3. Baker Creek     	
79. B.C. Mine	
4. Beaver Creek	
5. Beaverdell Station 	
6. Boltz	
7. Boundary Creek	
8. Bridesville-Molson  	
10.    Camp McKinney-McLeans
Camp McKinney-Rock Creek
Caron 	
Cascade High	
Cascade-Laurier  	
Cascade-Paulson
Christina Lake (east)
Christina Lake (west)
City of Paris 	
Cranberry Creek 	
Deadwood 	
Dollar
214.89
203.52
42.50
73.21
369.65
  129.27
79.36
181.31
111.54
  182.32
  465.23
Cascade-Osoyoos        30,794.81
  365.94
266.93
219.43
  55.02
  218.02
  229.04
84.44
  446.81
  114.93
3,195.08
107.00
171.54
  333.37
  51.12
  100.78
  227.28
117.02
  160.76
         1,870.31
         4,268.54
  757.42
  354.53
  598.47
  105.16
  70.68
  214.60
  73.44
  955.09
624.90
  130.35
  905.44
  880.18
  940.78
  521.99
  235.84
  782.49
         1,256.58
  573.15
  160.28
Grand Forks-Carson (north) ..
Grand Forks-Carson (south) ...
Grand Forks-Franklin	
Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain
Grand Forks-Lynch Creek	
Greenwood-Phoenix 	
Greenwood Townsite	
Ingram Mountain roads 	
Italy Creek	
Kerr Creek 	
Kettle River (east) 	
Kettle River (main) 	
Kettle River (west) 	
Long Lake-Iewel Mine
Lynn 	
Meyers Creek 	
Midway Townsite	
Midway-U.S. Customs ..
Moody Creek-Cascade
Morrisey Creek (east) ..
McCarren Creek	
Nicholson Creek 	
Norwegian Creek
Rock Creek-Myncaster	
Rock Mountain-Bridesville
Rock Mountain-Myncaster
Rock Mountain roads	
Sidley-Camp McKinney	
Sidley Mountain roads	
Sutherland Creek 	
Valley roads (south) 	
Valley roads (west) 	
General
$167.27
193.60
""""175.45
353.34
87.28
618.80
25.24
143.74
195.94
73.70
36.32
77.55
41,630.73
5,382.34
442.62
268.31
419.34
1,068.73
131.98
124.38
661.64
429.59
9,117.81
369.06
601.56
358.18
156.60
633.43
362.04
1,390.13
157.10
12,530.10
17,675.91
409.20
2,180.90
962.90
152.28
1,928.60
2,475.64
163.20
214.25
653.31
213.88
730.33
970.04
880.05
1,289.12
129.00
679.90
467.13
1,651.34
500.18
Total
$280.98
193.60
214.89
378.97
395.84
160.49
988.45
154.51
223.10
377.25
185.24
218.64
542.78
72,425.54
5,748.28
709.55
487.74
474.36
1,286.75
361.02
208.82
1,108.45
544.52
12,312.89
476.06
773.10
691.55
207.72
734.21
589.32
1,507.15
317.86
14,400.41
21,944.45
1,166.62
2,535.43
1,561.37
257.44
1,999.28
2,690.24
236.64
1,169.34
1,278.21
344.23
1,635.77
1,850.22
1,820.83
1,811.11
364.84
1,462.39
1,723.71
2,224.49
660.46
Carried forward     $55,706.05 $112,711.06 $168,417.11 N  120
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg.
75
Brought forward     $55,706.05 $112,711.06
No.
Wallace Mountain roads                  1,957.34        2,099.46
$168,417.11
4,056.80
1,043.68
7,629.41
10,243.00
979.62
4,584.84
943.59
4,238.06
Sundry roads (units under $150)                281.12           762.56
Garage Account                                   7,629.41
Plant and tools                                      10,243.00
Stamp Account                                   979.62
Unissued stores                                         4,584.84
Outside Parties Account    .                                       943.59
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)                 4,238.06
$57,944.51  $135,715.48
$193,659.99
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
$193,659.99
1
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Anaconda 	
$381.01
489.34
322.63
226.35
262.80
204.61
296.48
271.21
5,507.72
199.94
169.30
211.54
184.55
238.72
3,721.08
197.93
197.93
229.52
1,028.48
422.14
190.85
2,413.23
634.47
266.19
237.20
458.32
403.89
256.95
164.18
221.75
232.27
1,683.88
16
Bubar              _ 	
179
Bull	
77
Callis No. 1 	
73
Callis No. 2	
9^!
Cannon        '  . .   	
79
Carson      ....    . ...   .      	
48
Cascade Lower	
80
Cooper          __ ____    _____   _
133
Dry 	
39
Eholt 	
81
First Street   .   .     _.         _____ ____
88
Granby    __
106
Greenwood             _         •    	
178
High  :_	
180
Hilltop No. 1                      	
181
Hilltop No. 2       	
^4
Ingram                              ..
160
Kettle River .          ...	
94
Knappen  ._     .       	
147
Meyers Creek No. 2       .. 	
140
Midway   .   ... . .    ... .     _        ......    ....   ...   ..
44
Overhead         .           ...
3^
Rock Creek          ..                       _   . 	
31
Rock Creek (north) ...   ......
96
187
17
Twin Bridges       ..                        	
101
107
Wartman   .   .   ...   	
37.
Williamson Lower	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   _ 	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
21,926.46
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District	
$215,586.45
Summary of Expenditures, Grand Forks-Greenwood District
District expenditures as detailed above  $215,586.45
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 167)  30,609.14
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see pp. 172, 173) 1,283,625.94
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)  438,475.90
Grand total, Grand Forks-Greenwood District  $1,968,297.43 Reg. I>
2.
4.
160.
10.
94.
100.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
65.
23.
24.
25.
26.
32.
33.
35.
38.
42.
44.
45.
46.
48.
50.
52.
53.
57.
59.
63.
67.
68.
69.
72.
74.
76.
131.
80.
87.
71.
96.
97.
99.
101.
107.
109.
116.
117.
1.
121.
158.
122.
123.
109R
STATEMENT
KAMLOC
Capital Account—" Highway I
Little Fort-Bridge Lake Road (Project N
North Thompson Highway, Kamloops-He
No. 121) 	
Total, " Highway Development A<
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance
Trails,
fo.
Agate Bay  ... 	
OF EXPENDITURE
)PS DISTRICT
Jevelopment Act," Sec. 5
o. 29)	
N  121
a): Roads
$2,762.37
40,906.02
sffley Creek Ro
;t," Sec. 5 (a):
and Minor Bi
and Streets
Snow-removal
$2,072.30
115.00
2,549.75
1,659.09
191.64
id (Project
Roads   	
         $43,668.39
.tterments:
General
$1,475.89
81.47
1,956.87
3,117.65
1,543.49
320.00
318.66
1,598.87
43.82
257.46
822.40
2,573.92
98.14
138.20
729.04
126.71
424.04
490.79
209.12
321.96
3,015.45
69.99
1,701.61
123.99
322.87
151.24
262.98
4,365.82
936.99
3,479.45
74.19
9,946.83
290.22
3,053.82
603.83
876.93
326.83
234.20
2,654.31
97.44
37,292.37
107.05
1,327.85
1,756.19
2,358.35
1,063.56
3,004.56
842.25
1,338.54
25,734.11
94.11
457.66
1,021.75
6,380.93
583.89
765.58
449.52
Roads,
Total
$3,548.19
196.47
4,506.62
4,776.74
1,735.13
320.00
610.65
1,757.40
300.45
623.77
3,500.38
2,874.83
235.14
385.34
1,589.61
263.21
554.04
593.12
209.12
321.96
3,386.61
271.49
2,387.08
2,120.82
609.96
1,162.99
343.91
6,408.43
1,883.15
3,696.17
664.69
17,901.70
589.47
4,226.04
1,089.44
2,320.89
673.43
234.20
3,097.85
180.17
67,170.48
379.84
2,514.57
3,447.01
2,692.68
2,060.76
6,645.13
1,434.57
1,416.54
35,128.55
368.36
561.40
1,073.37
8,321.88
785.21
1,058.92
449.52
Ashcroft streets             _____
Barnhart Vale 	
Barriere River _       _ __
B.C. Fruitlands       	
Bell 	
Bestwick   	
Birch Island-Lost Creek  .       ...
291.99
158.53
256.63
366.31
2,677.98
300.91
. 137.00
247.14
860.57
136.50
130.00
102.33
Blue River streets  ..  	
Boulder Mountain    	
Brigade Lake and Branches	
Brocklehurst ..     . 	
Butte Ranch ....          	
Campbell Creek          .
Campbell Range _      ._
Candle Creek   	
Clearwater Valley  	
Cold Creek ____.            	
Copper Creek   __ _
Deadman-Vidette    	
371.16
201.50
685.47
1,996.83
287.09
1,011.75
80.93
2,042.61
946.16
216.72
590.50
7,954.87
299.25
1,172.22
485.61
1,443.96
346.60
Dixon Creek ...       .. —
Dunn Lake 	
Edith Lake  ....          	
Fadear Creek .             ...  ..
Goose Lake ....    . „ ..      	
Harper Ranch-Pinantan 	
Heffley—Louis Creek
Highlarid Valley           _
Hudson Bay Meadows      . .. ...
Kamloops—Merritt            ... .
Kamloops—Tranquille
Knouff Lake  .
Lac la Jeune 	
Lemieux Creek      	
Mamette Lake     	
443.54
82.73
29,878.11
272.79
1,186.72
1,690.82
334.33
997.20
3,640.57
592.32
78.00
9,394.44
274.25
103.74
51.62
1,940.95
201.32
293.34
McLure Ferry Road       ..
North Thompson     	
Palmer—Forsyth   .   	
Paul Lake            	
Pinantan-Pritchard  ...:	
Robbins Range                      	
Rosehill    .   —_       ...
Sullivan Valley           ...	
Tranquille—Criss Creek            	
Vinsull a—Knouff Lake          	
V.L.A. Subdivision                	
Westsyde       —         . 	
. Kamloops—Tranquille (arterial)          	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Carried forward ....
$83,843.69 $133,815.76 $217,659.45        $43,668.39 N 122 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward     $83,843.69 $133,815.76 $217,659.45        $43,668.39
Plant and tools            18,422.99      18,422.99
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)            9,222.86       9,222.86
$83,843.69 $143,015.89 $226,859.58
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets        226,859.58
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Reg. No.
5.   Avola    $ 168.46
12. Barriere-North Thompson   3,190.65
13. Barriere River _,  1,048.43
14. Barriere River Forks r  5,158.16
15. Barriere River (east)  453.47
16. Barriere River (north)  6,455.86
22.    Birch Island   3,006.41
55. Clearwater River    2,043.32
56. Clearwater Station  7,429.48
74.    C.P.R. Overcrossing  1,942.95
77.    Deadman Creek No. 1    178.20
116.    Hudson Bay Gulch  434.89
118.    Jamieson Creek   2,095.88
121. Kamloops (east)   990.52
122. Kamloops (west)   331.14
129. Lemieux Creek No. 1  447.97
130. Lemieux Creek No. 2  280.60
167.    Rattlesnake   487.52
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  714.20
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance   . 36,858.11
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
33.    Black Pool    .._ $1,909.28
35. Ducks   2,559.90
36. McLure   2,023.71
37. Little Fort   3,516.99
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  10,009.88
Total expenditure, Kamloops District       $317,395.96
Summary of Expenditures, Kamloops District
District expenditures as detailed above  $317,395.96
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)       24,518.45
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 173).—.    263,244.38
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)     121,204.07
Grand total, Kamloops District   $726,362.86
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
204.   Nelson-Kaslo Road (gravelling) (Project No. 68)      $1,500.00
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (gravelling Slocan Park-Appledale
Road) (Project No. 170)       14,276.89
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads        $15,776.89
Carried forward.         $ 15,776.89 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Ferries
Reg. No.
1.    Arrow Park Ferry Landings (Project No. 225)    $11,989.02
Total, " Highway Development Act, Sec. 5 (a): Ferries	
N 123
$15,776.89
11,989.02
Vote 237 (a)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
2.
5.
409.
14.
15.
33.
48.
81.
82.
92.
95.
99.
114.
120.
140.
141.
142.
143.
151.
165.
165.
167.
168.
183.
179.
185.
201.
202.
204.
216.
220.
221.
226.
231.
234.
237.
241.
242.
244.
246.
246.
246.
256.
258.
273.
90r.
113R.
Ainsworth (south)
Alexandra Avenue .
Argenta
Arrow Park-Belleview 	
Arrow Park-West Demars..
Brouse 	
Crescent Bay	
Ellis 	
Enterprise Mill 	
Fauquier (upper) 	
Ferret  	
Four Mile	
Snow-removal
$952.69
141.55
""27189.39
2,115.41
289.86
281.83
Galena Bay (south ).
Glenbank 	
Houston 	
Howser-Argenta 	
Howser Lake (east).
Howser Station 	
Inonoaklin Valley 	
Kaslo-New Denver
Kaslo-New Denver (gravelling Zincton-
South Fork Section)	
Kaslo Creek (south fork)	
Kaslo (north)    	
City of Kaslo streets  	
Lardeau-Gerrard  	
Little Slocan 	
Meadow Creek 	
Nakusp streets   	
Needles (north) 	
Nelson-Kaslo  	
Ottawa ..	
Passmore (lower) 	
Passmore (upper) 	
Perry's   	
Red Mountain 	
Republic 	
Robinson 	
Sandon-Three Forks	
Sandon streets	
Shakespeare
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway	
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (gravelling near Slocan City)	
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway (replacing
Dog Creek Bridge No. 303 with culvert and fill)	
Slocan City (west)	
Slocan River  _	
Upper Brouse	
Silverton (arterial) 	
Kaslo (arterial) 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
3,355.26
184.00
254.65
389.61
738.54
216.85
655.95
18.56
1,097.85
13,438.75
2,130.78
8,761.16
1,148.09
3,327.91
6,878.57
257.25
268.41
379.26
231.51
964.00
64.00
215.45
94.66
32,750.03
214.70
2,676.31
15.42
167.3"0
594.31
General
"$4488
320.84
4,369.83
1,156.89
225.62
990.57
196.82
864.96
40.80
112.91
302.13
608.03
44.88
677.74
603.45
281.76
162.64
3,471.99
17,912.42
3,001.60
661.27
1,986.86
367.40
5,417.75
227.12
458.72
1,100.75
207.88
5,753.02
509.72
" "416.86
208.95
250.64
192.00
302.54
274.76
150.04
222.66
68,000.24
Total
$952.69
186.43
320.84
6,559.22
3,272.30
515.48
1,272.40
196.82
4,220.22
224.80
367.56
691.74
1,346.57
261.73
677.74
1,259.40
281.76
181.20
4,569.84
31,351.17
3,001.60
661.27
4,117.64
367.40
14,178.91
1,375.21
458.72
4,428.66
207.88
12,631.59
766.97
268.41
796.12
440.46
1,214.64
256.00
517.99
274.76
150.04
317.32
100,750.27
4,094.83   4,094.83
26,321.20
154.02
1,778.46
233.58
1,859.52
304.95
1,145.87
14.57
26,321.20
368.72
4,454.77
249.00
1,859.52
472.25
1,740.18
14.57
Carried forward..
$87,459.87 $158,006.94 $245,466.81   $27,765.91 N  124
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward.      $87,459.87 $158,006.94 $245,466.81
Plant and tools....
Garage Account
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
4,443.04
2,133.64
4,443.04
2,133.64
$87,459.87 $164,583.62 $252,043.49
s. and Streets.
$27,765.91
252,043.49
Reg. No.
341.    Appledale 	
Boulder Creek
Cooper Creek _
Canning 	
Canyon 	
Double 	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
282.
163.
56.
178.
287.
290.
293
Eighteen Mile
Eight Mile
141b. Fourteen Mile .
93.   Four Mile " B "
Fletcher Creek
Gerrard  	
Goat Creek ...
Goat Creek _.
Gold Hill _.....
Lake-shore _._
Lyle Creek ...
Marblehead ._
Murray
Mosquito Creek
McCormack 	
Nakusp
207.
179.
138.
336.
168.
286.
141.
183.
139.
36.
191.
302.
298.
289.
309.
170.
172.
281.
299.
175.
297.
285.
300.
283.
142.
144.
305.
308a. Whatchan Lower
140.   Whitewater
New Denver ___
Nineteen Mile
Pre-emption ...
Poplar Creek .
Poplar Creek " B "
Pedro Creek ...
Rosebery
Rapid Creek " C '
Silverton
Springer Creek
Summit 	
Trozzo 	
Ten Mile 	
Twenty Mile ....
Walker 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
$191.26
154.84
430.55
187.68
453.26
2,021.58
531.76
201.80
326.05
5,486.62
1,214.54
340.38
345.08
764.06
658.14
1,178.26
2,942.30
267.70
598.68
332.48
7,433.42
246.27
310.70
534.97
279.87
551.38
258.36
2,473.60
3,357.68
385.63
407.53
1,577.59'
9,003.86
1,155.96
713.39
244.49
1,212.77
243.58
348.17
2,734.08
52,100.32
1.
2.
2.
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Arrow Park (east and west)
Needles-Fauquier
Needles-Fauquier (ferry approaches)	
Overhaul and transfer Needles Ferry to Arrow Park
Transferring old Castlegar Ferry to Needles	
$9,690.11
11,345.20
3,995.12
8,164.02
8,207.97
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District
41,402.42
$373,312.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 125
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Kaslo-Slocan District
District expenditures as detailed above  $373,312.14
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Kaslo-Slocan District  $373,312.14
LILLOOET DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
40.    Bridge River Road (Project No. 171)        $7,876.61
194.    Squamish-Britannia Road (Project No. 76)  956.40
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  $8,833.01
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
396.    Britannia Creek Bridge (Project No. 53)       $1,240.57
236.    Lillooet Station Bridge (Project No. 94)       20,138.94
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges... 21,379.51
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
194.    Squamish-Britannia        $5,582.68
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads 5,582.68
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
29. Big Bar	
32. Big Bar Lake	
33. Big Bar Mountain	
36. Bonaparte Valley 	
37. Botanie Creek	
38. Boule 	
40. Bridge River 	
47. Cadwallader 	
10. Cariboo Highway	
50. Cayoosh Creek 	
51. Cleveland 	
68. Daisy Lake	
43. Dentville streets	
79. 57-Mile-Williams Lake
81. Fountain Valley	
89. Green Lake	
94. Grey Rock-Truax 	
92. Gun Creek	
90. Gun Lake .....	
101. Hat Creek 	
107. Hooke 	
105. Hurley River 	
119. lones-Dickey 	
126. Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek
127. Keys	
12b. Lillooet-Clinton 	
136. Lillooet (north) 	
132. Lillooet Rancherie	
133. Lillooet-Seton Lake	
492. Lone Cabin Creek	
12a. Lytton-Lillcoet 	
Carried forward     $50,412.38
Snow-removal
$389.99
443.89
General
$613.09
2,065.08
272.80
2,067.86
1,693.12
844.44
19,571.62
257.90
7,263.87
150.54
1,977.66
274.60
412.07
1,074.06
787.62
5,518.75
225.00
286.32
100.44
2,873.74
1,117.44
1,356.29
2,539.65
300.00
6,840.15
194.17
299.27
367.89
250.00
33,791.62
Total
$1,003.08
2,508.97
272.80
322.35
256.32
243.36
24,305.95
4,873.39
2,390.21
1,949.44
1,087.80
43,877.57
257.90
12,137.26
150.54
1,017.59
2,995.25
274.60
656.13
771.37
1,825.29
412.07
1,730.19
1,558.99
7,344.04
225.00
286.32
516.47
1,033.02
616.91
3.906.76
1,117.44
266.63
1,292.91
3,373.90
266.63
2,649.20
5,913.55
300.00
2,304.60
119.13
98.63
159.34
6,142.12
9,144.75
313.30
397.90
527.23
250.00
39,933.74
$50,412.38
$95,387.06 $145,799.44   $35,795.20 N 126
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
145.
147.
162.
163.
173.
178.
175.
170.
171.
172.
188.
192.
194.
195j.
195.
196.
1.
202.
226.
221.
229.
230.
116r.
409.
186.
27.
28.
314.
113.
321.
193.
417.
46.
48.
49.
45.
Marble Canyon
Mound	
North Bonaparte
North Fork	
Pavilion Ferry
Pavilion Ferry (west).
P.E. Gold
Pemberton Avenue 	
Pemberton Meadows 	
Pemberton Portage 	
Seton Lake 	
Spencer 	
Squamish-Britannia 	
Squamish-Cleveland Avenue
Squamish streets	
Squamish Valley
Trans-Canada Highway
Tyaughton Lake
Snow-removal
$50,412.38
1,445.17
30.44
1,370.73
959.38
16.32
219.20
"""37226.67
2,579.95
708.90
112.16
865.50
772.58
3,054.78
306.00
General Total
$95,387.06 $145,799.44
Watch Lake-Little Horse Lake	
Watch Lake-Lone Butte	
Yalakom	
Young's Lake 	
Lillooet Main Street and Main Street
South	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Garage Account 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Plant and tools	
179.45
1,313.76
685.46
2,037.97
772.21
2,238.06
1,289.21
642.48
645.95
""212.35
10,134.17
2,287.01
76.32
53.73
3,621.46
1,265.27
642.84
7,032.38
6,178.86
48.59
320.77
502.60
440.78
1,198.77
4,283.13
1,442.01
7,607.70
2,142.04
6,995.55
3,483.14
802.65
3,608.79
2,248.59
658.80
645.95
219.20
212.35
13,360.84
4,866.96
785.22
165.89
4,486.96
1,265.27
642.84
7,804.96
9,233.64
354.59
320.77
502.60
440.78
1,378.22
5,596.89
2,127.47
7,607.70
2,142.04
6,995.55
3,258.83 $159,499.27 $227,758.10
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets .
Cheakamus 	
Hat Creek No.
Kane 	
Lytton	
Miller Creek __
Olympic	
Ryan 	
Spider Creek
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Washout (Mamquam) 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$2,705.55
337.99
1,304.76
8,081.10
178.68
1,650.36
5,250.67
412.08
2,635.91
1,207.47
Total, 237 (a)-
Big Bar ...
High Bar
Lytton ....
Pavilion  .
-Bridges:   Maintenance.
Vote 237 (a)-
-Ferries
$2,235.52
1,598.57
15,731.98
3,041.56
Total, 237 (a)—Ferries	
Total expenditure, Lillooet District.
Summary of Expenditures, Lillooet District
$35,795.20
227,758.10
23,764.57
22,607.63
$309,925.50
District expenditures as detailed above  $309,925.50
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)   26,963.99
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 173)  123,001.40
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)  172,537.81
Grand total, Lillooet District
$632,428.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 127
Reg. No.
MACKENZIE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
9. Bella Coola Road extension (Project No. 95)___
Fourth Street, Powell River (Project No. 151).
Village of Westview (Project No. 151).
97r.
111.
134.
235.
106.
187.
133.
314.
137.
16.
50.
23.
271.
9.
174.
1.
175.
112.
3.
134.
183.
5.
26.
461.
22.
281.
177.
130.
272.
6.
330.
36.
101.
7.
129.
291.
111.
Fourth Street, Powell River (Project No.
Grief Point fill (Project No. 197)	
Village of Westview (Project No. 197) —
Marine Drive (Project No. 197)	
Lund Road (Project No. 197)
197).
Vananda wharf approach (Project No. 197).
Sechelt-Wilson Creek (Project No. 197)____..
Gibsons-North Road (Project No. 197)	
Gibsons-Soames Point (Project No. 197).
Sechelt-Wakefield Inn (Project No.
Garden Bay widening (Project No.
Cranberry Lake Road (Project No.
First Street (Project No.  197)	
King Road (Project No. 197)	
Le May Road (Project No. 197)	
Padgett Road (Project No. 197)	
Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road (Project No.
Thunder Bay Road (Project No. 197)	
197).
197).
197).
197).
$257.50
5,600.36
9,399.64
6,204.58
2,795.42
8,406.70
696.23
3,769.23
3,174.54
8,961.26
1,303.29
2,285.60
8,995.98
7,328.23
200.64
100.00
185.00
100.00
1,030.93
1,071.04
7,043.16
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads..
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
Hagensborg Bridge (Project No. 81).
$64,323.85
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Bridges.
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Adams (Bowen Island) —
Atnarko   	
Austin (Gambier Island)
Beach 	
Bella Coola  	
Blubber Bay (Texada Island)	
Bowen Island Trunk (Bowen Island) ...
Camp Artaban Trail (Gambier Island)
Central (Texada Island) 	
Conn (Lasqueti Island) 	
Cowans (Bowen Island) 	
Cranberry Lake 	
Crescent Bay (Texada Island)	
Eaglecliffe (Bowen Island) 	
Eastbourne (Gambier Island) 	
Egmont   -
Gambier (Gambier Island)   __
Gibsons-Sechelt 	
Gillies Bay (Texada Island)	
Glines 	
Good  	
Gower Point	
Snow-removal
"$4,242.19
~~725lF7
" "22976b"
1,378.31
838.52
1,462.47
292.42
Grafton (Bowen Island)
Haslam Lake 	
Hospital
516.15
Keats (Keats Island) 	
Lake (Lasqueti Island) __.
Langlois (Bowen Island)
Lennie (Lasqueti Island)
Lower 	
Lund   	
416.25
1,602.63
General
$608.92
1,360.95
860.60
325.00
12,458.02
2,587.40
3,010.07
220.02
1,480.69
875.10
610.83
1,859.03
430.96
966.66
200.00
378.12
716.37
12,524.27
2,346.71
646.19
228.65
1,020.71
1,168.23
501.45
489.94
390.15
868.36
1,688.89
612.77
1,181.41
8,312.31
Total
$608.92
1,360.95
860.60
325.00
16,700.21
2,587.40
3,735.94
220.02
1,710.29
875.10
610.83
3,237.34
430.96
966.66
200.00
378.12
1,554.89
13,986.74
2,639.13
646.19
228.65
1,020.71
1,168.23
1,017.60
489.94
390.15
868.36
1,688.89
612.77
1,597.66
9,914.94
$78,909.33
64,323.85
Carried forward..
$11,704.41    $60,928.78    $72,633.19      $143,233.18 N  128
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Reg. No.
Snow-removal
Brought forward     $11,704.41
333.
102.
148.
Madeira Park
Main (Lasqueti Island)
Manson 	
95r. Marine   	
96r. Marine   	
97r. Marine   	
254.06
295.
296.
133.
Miller (Bowen Island)
New Brighton 	
North   	
Nor'west Bay 	
Ocean View ..
Padgett
273.
300.
28.
310.
301.
256.
314.
248.
154.
107.
137.
103.
104.
21.
70r. Pender Harbour
Porpoise Bay ....
Port Mellon _
Pratt   	
Precipice   	
Redroofs
Reed 	
Savary Island
Sechelt-Pender Harbour
Second   	
Secret Cove 	
Strachan   	
Stuart Island 	
Sutherland   	
Thunder Bay 	
Tucker Bay 	
Weldon (Lasqueti Island)  ...
West Bay (Gambier Island).
Whisky Slough ..____
Garage Account
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
General Total
$60,928.78 $72,633.19
1,255.94 1,255.94
3.581.86 3,835.92
734.14 734.14
435.22 435.22
455.52 455.52
3,812.27 3,812.27
381.26 381.26
382.70 382.70
1,372.35 1,372.35
325.00 325.00
291.16 291.16
3,222.73 3,222.73
2,379.84 2,379.84
310.56 310.56
1,637.00 1,637.00
523.96 523.96
1.285.87 1,285.87
1,705.12 1,757.92
1,627.33 1,627.33
256.43 256.43
9,632.16 10,770.27
312.05 312.05
234.10 234.10
594.63 594.63
770.55 770.55
233.45 233.45
13,168.06 15,689.38
156.64 156.64
400.55 400.55
588.19 588.19
1.078.88 1,078.88
496.70 496.70
15,945.92 15,945.92
1,775.90 1,775.90
8,005.16 8,005.16
$15,670.70 $108,406.14 $124,076.84
52.80
1,138.11
2,521.32
$143,233.18
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets.
124,076.84
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
419.
190.
Burts 	
Cooper's Store 	
Hagensborg Foot-bridge
Hanbury 	
Malaspina 	
Martin Valley 	
Mission No. 2 	
McDonald   	
Roberts Creek 	
School-house   	
Sliammon 	
Soames 	
Sugar Camp Creek
Sutton  	
Urquhart
Wilson Creek	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$1,121.61
447.59
1,087.20
336.49
263.68
9,000.00
198.82
665.71
213.08
1,440.84
190.76
1,983.47
155.67
150.72
816.86
211.60
891.53
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance..
Carried forward :	
19,175.63
$286,485.65 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward	
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Hagensborg-Salloomt 	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries 	
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District
$1,504.00
N 129
$286,485.65
1,504.00
$287,989.65
Summary of Expenditures, Mackenzie District
District expenditures as detailed above  $287,989.65
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)        4,900.75
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report    Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)         5,425.00
Grand total, Mackenzie District  $298,315.40
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds
Garage at Nanaimo         $523.63
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds	
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
Snow-removal
517.
221.
107.
106.
74.
220.
12.
197.
90.
502.
503.
504.
52.
527.
46.
26.
648.
205.
167.
77.
113.
115.
311.
153.
438.
506.
522.
49.
217.
199.
64.
534.
535.
116.
121.
122.
Acacia Avenue
Beach  	
Beaver Point
Beddis 	
Bedwell Harbour
Berry Point 	
Blackburn 	
Bluff 	
Boulder 	
Bradley 	
Brechin 	
Bruce 	
Burrill 	
Cadogan 	
Cassidy 	
Charlesworth  	
Chelsea 	
Churchill 	
Clam Bay 	
Coast Shale 	
Cranberry 	
Cusheon 	
Departure Bay _
Douglas 	
East Wellington
Eberts 	
Eighth 	
Elizabeth 	
Ellis 	
Enke 	
Fernhill 	
Fifth 	
Fourth
Fulford-Ganges
Ganges (lower)
Ganges (upper)
$25.82
37.52
26.64
80.00
113.80
102.56
15.00
344.16
352.73
82.00
296.90
72.84
16.10
General
$197.94
213.76
1,277.17
1,324.17
1,370.66
481.26
221.74
317.17
435.68
4,183.82
1,160.22
1,387.00
456.77
209.44
578.82
244.79
156.69
385.07
332.19
332.26
408.56
606.97
1,700.14
300.19
501.14
330.66
516.03
535.53
213.18
152.02
594.82
1,567.19
1,746.56
32,788.01
1,831.40
550.25
Total
$197.94
213.76
1,302.99
1,361.69
1,397.30
481.26
221.74
317.17
435.68
4,183.82
1,240.22
1,500.80
456.77
209.44
578.82
244.79
156.69
385.07
332.19
332.26
511.12
621.97
2,044.30
300.19
853.87
330.66
516.03
535.53
213.18
152.02
594.82
1,567.19
1,828.56
33,084.91
1,904.24
566.35
$523.63
Carried forward       $1,566.07    $59,609.27    $61,175.34
$523.63 N 130 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brnueht forward   	
Snow-removal
       $1,566.07
General
$59,609.27
1,172.92
412.76
1,335.77
1,071.85
260.80
208.48
698.30
3,278.83
529.58
519.90
8,162.96
461.44
13,975.63
1,303.75
7,152.26
242.68
641.68
143.33
459.17
637.88
191.52
90.18
1,258.11
354.05
303.44
3,324.08
4,562.18
4,253.63
406.90
274.16
506.01
599.39
746.44
747.07
166.18
794.21
668.13
1,018.07
159.41
977.89
2,892.50
267.32
175.33
863.02
2,128.69
299.95
2,983.67
379.21
185.92
309.08
414.05
1,193.23
163.56
490.28
193.74
1,068.04
949.19
265.61
947.12
2,033.90
252.85
522.17
1,647.50
308.53
Total
$61,175.34
Reg. No.
57.    fiprireesin Bav       	
1,172.92
72.
Georgina Point	
Gulf 	
Harewood 	
Holy                       _
412.76
56.
548.
552.
34.88
141.33
1,370.65
1,213.18
260.80
81
208.48
67
Horton Bay           _ _
698.30
550.
97
Howard 	
Irene Bay    _ _ 	
            147.87
3,426.70
529.58
170.
Isabella Point          __	
519.90
156.
Island Highway   __
         1,180.26
9,343.22
82.
              34.80
496.24
462.
Jingle Pot   - 	
            306.62
14,282.25
176.
Lyall Harbour        __ 	
              17.44
1,321.19
58.
Main         	
              87.84
7,240.10
132.
473.
482.
162.
Mansel 	
Maxey 	
Meredith 	
Montague 	
Mayse          _ 	
                8.20
93.96
48.81
250.88
735.64
192.14
459.17
570.
637.88
180.
Musgrave 	
Nanaimo Lakes        	
191.52
469.
            152.16
242.34
94.
Narvaez Bay    _
             61.60
1,319.71
529.
Nelson   	
Ninth               -   _
354.05
578.
303.44
234.
135.
North  	
North End  	
9.68
             85.36
3,333.76
4,647.54
432.
519.
Northfield 	
Northumberland  	
Nova Street            	
           177.04
4,430.67
406.90
413.
274.16
83.
Otter Bay    	
506.01
95.
Page Point  	
               8.16
607.55
588.
Park Avenue .	
                41.94
788.38
96.
                4.64
751.71
235.
Peterson	
166.18
85.
Port Washington    	
794.21
138.
Rainbow 	
Railway 	
Randall    	
668.13
42.
1,018.07
406.
159.41
87.
977.89
597.
Rosehill        	
2,892.50
411.
210.
Rosstown  	
School   	
136.56
403.88
175.33
143.
605.
Scott  	
Seventh                  	
17.18
880.20
2,128.69
607
Short 	
299.95
738
South 	
            114.65
3,098.32
89
South Otter Bay	
379.21
93
Spaulding 	
Starks  	
185.92
146
                4.20
313.28
80
Stewarts 	
                4.20
418.25
649
St. George  	
1,193.23
163.56
3?
Sunset Boulevard    . .
740
Taylor Bay  —
23.82
514.10
433
Tenth   	
Thetis 	
Townsite .       . 	
193.74
10?
1,068.04
63?
150.45
1,099.64
149
Tripp     	
265.61
151.
635.
536.
156
Vesuvius 	
Waddington 	
Wakesiah  	
Walker Hook   ..   	
57.38
37.37
88.00
                4.40
1,004.50
2,071.27
340.85
526.57
567.
538
Wall  	
Watfield   	
10.40
1,657.90
308.53
$523.63
Carried forward       $4,857.27 $144,614.75 $149,472.02 $523.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 131
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward       $4,857.27 $144,614.75 $149,472.02 $523.63
Reg. No.
34.    Waveney      367.79 367.79
440.   Westwood   93.16 76.44 169.60
13 Ir. Arterial Highway       4,141.93 4,141.93
Sundry roads (units under $150)  80.76 4,418.31 4,499.07
Garage         1,169.53 1,169.53
Plant and tools      2,729.92 2,729.92
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)      7,096.59 7,096.59
$5,031.19 $150,422.08 $155,453.27
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         155,453.27
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
51.   Jingle Pot No. 2           $182.27
129.    Waterworks   509.18
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  880.09
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance .  1,571.54
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Gabriola Island Ferry      $7,444.68
Fulford-Swartz Bay Ferry       12,612.32
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  20,057.00
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District      $177,605.44
Summary of Expenditures, Nanaimo-Islands District
District expenditures as detailed above    $177,605.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)         6,738.91
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 173)—.        2,067.60
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 178)         5,714:83
Grand total, Nanaimo-Islands District.'_  $192,126.78
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
199
1
Goat River-Cranbrook District Boundary (S.T.P. Project No. 44) $6,1
Castlegar-Nelson (S.T.P. Project No. 120)  28,:
Erickson-Goat River (S.T.P. Project No. 138) (contract)  45,.
Creston-Wynndel (S.T.P. Project No. 141)  215,'
Creston-Erickson (S.T.P. Project No. 173)  25,:
Nelson-Balfour (S.T.P. Project No. 187)  133,'
Riondel Road (Project No. 199)  2,'
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads.....
$483,818.59
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
241.    Salmo River Bridge on Trail-Pend d'Oreille, No. 1 (Project No.
87)          $1,833.59
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges
Carried forward	
1,833.59
$485,652.18 N 132
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Reg. No.
48. Walker Bridge No. ? (Project No. 59)     $56,555.21
49. Russell Creek Bridge No. 3 (Project No. 60)         1,697.23
50. Meadow Creek Bridge No. 4 (Project No. 61)         2,076.18
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
16.
24.
30.
3?.
34.
50.
5?.
1.
59.
62.
63.
65.
67.
1.
68.
70.
71.
72.
74.
96.
106.
1.
124.
139.
141.
142.
153.
178.
179.
1.
191.
194.
196.
197.
198.
199.
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges...
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
349.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes       $2,185.32
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages
Creston shop       $3,000.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Garages
Vote 237 (a)-
Alice 	
Argyle 	
Arlington 	
Arrow Creek (east)..
Arrow Creek (west).
Bacchler 	
Bealby 	
Blewett 	
Bonnington 	
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Boswell (upper)
Canyon-Porthill
Carney Mill
Castlegar-Nelson (S.T.P.)
Columbia River	
Corn Creek	
Cory
Crawford Creek 	
Creston-Erickson 	
Creston-Goatfell (S.T.P.)
Creston-Goat River	
Creston-Lister 	
Creston-Porthill 	
Creston Summit 	
Creston-Wynndel 	
Elsie Holmes 	
Fairview streets 	
Goat River log-jams	
Gray Creek-Creston	
Gray Creek-Kootenay Bay	
Harrop-Procter 	
Haskins  (east)  	
Haskins (west) 	
H.B.  	
Knox 	
Kokanee Park 	
Kootenay Bay-Creston  (S.T.P.)
Leach 	
Lindsay 	
Lister Settlement
Little  	
Lizard Creek 	
Longbeach 	
$485,652.18
60,328.62
2,185.32
3,000.00
Carried forward.
Snow-removal
General
Total   •
$32.71
$128.60
$161.31
3.82
170.23
174.05
450.00
111.06
561.06
126.05
432.64
558.69
264.16
1,257.26
1,521.42
2.12
207.40
209.52
41.61
230.91
272.52
1,957.23
5,507.59
7,464.82
247.51
213.32
460.83
25.62
474.32
499.94
623.88
19,795.15
20,419.03
390.49
229.66
620.15
7,067.78
6,147.19
13,214.97
1,024.95
759.92
1,784.87
168.09
152.50
320.59
113.35
796.74
910.09
136.32
735.37
871.69
815.15
2,148.07
2,963.22
4,159.79
10,487.43
14,647.22
119.01
1,656.07
1,775.08
69.69
2,185.33
2,255.02
619.46
7,774.71
8,394.17
1,459.17
18,315.95
19,775.12
586.63
701.32
1,287.95
51.89
411.04
462.93
415.37
3,273.26
3,688.63
4,007.48
4,007.48
3,921.14
3,921.14
392.00
392.00
1,104.52
2,116.03
3,220.55
59.25
944.05
1,003.30
18.18
245.32
263.50
1,084.50
18.40
1,102.90
84.59
1,783.49
1,868.08
1,128.67
1,128.67
6,792.24
27,729.64
34,521.88
12.53
244.31
256.84
81.79
264.92
346.71
208.02
4,463.36
4,671.38
6.44
1,118.40
1,124.84
109.64
81.60
191.24
177.77
706.47
884.24
$30,711.32 $133,468.32 $164,179.64      $551,166.12 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 133
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward  $30,711.32 $133,468.32 $164,179.64     $551,166.12
Reg. No.
203.    Lyon's Pit     285.29 285.29
228.    McMurtrie   310.39 1,069.05 1,379.44
1.    Nelson-Balfour   5,091.24 15,350.39 20,441.63
233. Nelson Ferry (west)  127.10 807.85 934.95
234. Nelson-Kaslo   2,444.62 19,379.85 21,824.47
235. Nelson-Nelway   12,447.17 25,165.09 37,612.26
236. Nick's Island  333.12 4,779.90 5,113.02
251.    Pass Creek _'_  1,318.09 841.85 2,159.94
253.    Peters   72.00 108.84 180.84
255. Pilot Bay   110.67 250.56 361.23
256. Pit   9.86 546.31 556.17
258. Porcupine . ..  872.66 86.88 959.54
261.    Pump   26.79 534.11 560.90
259. Queens Bay Settlement  212.40 8.70 221.10
275. Radio Beam  274.09 37.74 311.83
276. Reclamation  120.62 921.85 1,042.47
279.    Riondel    1,315.92 1,369.40 2,685.32
281.    Riondel Wharf    316.60 316.60
283.    Riverview   :  3.36 196.15 199.51
289.    Rosemont streets   879.70 1,088.48 1,968.18
Salmo River     625.91 625.91
295.    Salvador   22.18 360.73 382.91
299.    Salmo-Trail   3,511.13 10,080.39 13,591.52
301.    Samuelson   99.32 614.06 713.38
306.    Sheep Creek  1,313.88 1,237.20 2,551.08
310.    Silver King   107.10 124;84 231.94
349.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes  2,154.71 4,616.33 6,771.04
316.    South Nelson streets  1,071.29 1,192.22 2,263.51
320.   Sproule Creek .  427.39 272.37 699.76
323.    Stocks Jackson  4.53 1,061.50 1,066.03
333. Thompson     176.33 176.33
334. Tooze   6.72 254.68 261.40
335. Trail-Pend d'Orielle  736.67 1,202.35 1,939.02
355.    Wadds   104.37 550.67 655.04
361.    Wigen         _   _     28.04 653.89 681.93
363.    Wild Horse   242.96      242.96
368.    Wynndel   24.63 320.80 345.43
378.    Ymir streets   261.08 21.30 282.38
45r. Canyon (Creston Arterial)  102.29 4,934.86 5,037.15
Nelson (Nelson Arterial)  33.88 4,080.07 4,113.95
Sundry roads   1,232.12 4,572.96 5,805.08
Plant and tools .'    8,192.36 8,192.36
Supervision, Creston     367.15 367.15
Garage Account     5,510.26 5,510.26
Unemployment Insurance stamps    2,640.54 2,640.54
Garage shed, Salmo....    3,658.57 3,658.57
$68,165,41 $263,935.55 $332,100.96
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         332,100.96
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
18.    Blewett No. 4 _ —7__7-  $162.85
21.    Brilliant Suspension   337.21
31. Canyon-Porthill No. 1  219.87
32. Canyon-Porthill No. 2  981.52
35. Castlegar-Nelson No. 1  2,760.53
36. Castlegar-Nelson No. 2 .". .  607.22
37. Castlegar-Nelson No. 3:  168.19
38. Castlegar-Nelson No. 4  569.29
46.    Creston-Erickson No. 1  199.44
50.    Creston-Goatfell No. 4  357.91
Carried forward       $6,364.03      $883,267.08 N 134 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward.   ... ...   	
..__     $6,364.03
496.49
378.25
382.89
1,689.74
$883,267.08
Reg.
51.
59.
85.
147
Vo.
Creston-Goatfell No. 5  	
Creston Summit No. 3	
Gray Creek-Creston No. 4	
Nelson-Balfour No. 2.        ....           ...     	
150
Nelson-Kaslo No. 1          ...    .
229.94
151
Nelson-Nelway No. 1          ..     _ _ _.   — .   	
            176.86
152.
153
Nelson-Nelway No. 2	
Nelson-Nelway No. 5     .          •  . ..
215.39
482.01
156
Nelson-Nelway No. 6. _     _ .     ..
610.95
158.
Nelson-Nelway No. 8...      .                  	
187.08
638.19
159.
Nelson-Nelway No. 9         ...        ...       	
160.
163.
Nelson-Nelway No. 10 ,	
Nick's Island No. 1 ..                                                   . ..
346.48
348.56
174.
Pass Creek No. 6 .     ...
151.49
181.
Porcupine Creek No. 1                         ..... 	
288.96
7H
Samuelson No. 1      .  ..       .... 	
253.89
216.
Sheep Creek No. 2 ..          —                	
239.35
217
23. Silver King No. 107                     ...                           	
959.24
Sundry bridges                       .   	
5,126.47
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance	
19,566.26
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Harrop-Longbeach           .     ..       ..
     $13,957.44
Kootenay Lake        ...         ...          . .   	
79,540.63
.   ..      35,601.66
14,268.28
723.54
■
West Creston ~             	
9,956.03
Tug " Eleanor "                                      	
322.61
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries	
154,370.19
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District	
$1,057,203.53
Summary of Expenditures, Nelson-Creston District
District expenditures as detailed above  $1,057,203.53
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)  18,651.78
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 173) _ 73,990.43
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  246,570.32
Grand total, Nelson-Creston District  —_   $1,396,416.06
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Installation of curb, District Lot 172 (Project No. 217)       $4,970.86
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads  $4,970.86
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal       General Total
Streets in District Lot 172         $265.06      $5,238.55      $5,503.61
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets  5,503.61
Total expenditure, New Westminster District        $10,474.47 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 135
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, New Westminster District
District expenditures as detailed above  $10,474.47
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, New Westminster District     $10,474.47
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Storm sewers, Capilano Bridge to Marine Drive (132r)  (Project
No. 175)  1  $58,728.39
Keith Road diversion (Project No. 201)   13,273.02
West Bay widening (Project No. 202)  10,037.76
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads        $82,039.17
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No. ■                                                                             Snow-removal General Total
132r. Marine       $3,512.10 $17,037.63 $20,549.73
134R. Marine        2,583.04 12,320.68 14,903.72
156r. Marine            350.85 123.20 474.05
157R. Dollarton           1,359.43 4,184.47 5,543.90
Diversion and protection work, Seymour
Creek     39,300.00 39,300.00
Mosquito Creek river-bank protection ...     10,136.08 10,136.08
Seymour Creek bank protection —.     14,715.43 14,715.43
Plant and tools    37.47 37.47
$7,805.42    $97,854.96 $105,660.38
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         105,660.38
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
2.    Capilano       $3,051.68
Lynn Creek  755.33
Mosquito Creek  833.71
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance:   Bridges  4,640.72
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District      $192,340.27
Summary of Expenditures, North Vancouver District
District expenditures as detailed above  $192,340.27
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)       13,357.46
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 174).       19,952.85
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, North Vancouver District  $225,650.58
OAK BAY DISTRICT
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
109b. Beach Drive      $1,147.44
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways  $1,147.44
Total expenditures, Oak Bay District .___    $1,147.44 N 136 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
OAK BAY DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Oak Bay District
District expenditures as detailed above  $1,147.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report    Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report :  Nil
Grand total, Oak Bay District      $1,147.44
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 5 (Vernon, south) (Project No. 93)  $162.88
71.    Long Lake Road (Project No. 174)       10,000.00
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—Roads        $10,162.88
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal        General Total
2.   Albers     $274.70
18.   Anderson Subdivision   5.40
4.    Bella Vista   267.75
21.    Brash Allen  ,    	
174.   Brewer       	
28.    Cameron's Point   256.91
219.   Campbell     198.10
30. Commonage     545.43
31. Creighton Valley   1,373.52
34.    Deep Creek  1,643.51
Drainage, Forty-third Street     	
166.    Easthill        	
36. Eastside     198:11
37. East  Vernon    818.19
38. Emeny     	
39. Enderby-Grindrod    591.22
74.    Enderby-Mabel Lake   2,610.79
113.    Enderby-Salmon River    208.90
49.    Grandview Bench   1,521.45
172.    Greenhow      	
52. Grindrod-Eastside       	
111.    Grindrod streets      	
53. Grindrod-West Bench     	
55.    Gunter-EIlison       	
184.    Hartnell     127.51
60. Headgates     452.67
61. Hurt     81.96
63. Inch-Logan     	
64. Irish Creek   237.86
65. Kamloops     1,709.78
66. Kedleston (east)   765.71
70. L. & A.   766.93
71. Long Lake   25.39
75.   Lumby-Mabel Lake   1,018.27
73.   Lumby streets   269.85
79.    Matthews    	
178.    Middle Bench     	
89.    Monk's      	
92. Mud Lake   	
93. Myers    81.55
94. North Fork   537.68
102. Okanagan Highway No. 5    4,678.02
97. Okanagan Landing  239.66
125. Old Salmon Arm     	
110. Old Sicamous     	
$267.54
$542.24
900.82
906.22
1,136.27
1,404.02
1,571.20
1,571.20
672.68
672.68
542.19
799.10
731.78
929.88
849.66
1,395.09
4,143.56
5,517.08
2,583.35
4,226.86
2,382.47
2,38?.47
233.86
?33.86
375.66
573.77
1,934.53
?,75?.7?
175.50
175.50
816.29
1,407.51
4,974.97
7,585.76
26.12
235.02
712.60
2,234.05
155.66
155.66
355.36
355.36
240.55
240.55
287.71
287.71
481.72
481.72
136.70
264.21
305.46
758.13
106.29
188.25
151.24
151.24
75.09
312.95
4,621.22
6,331.00
1,631.97
2,397.68
1,342.05
2,108.98
3,173.87
3,199.26
5,318.39
6,336.66
630.95
900.80
934.54
934.54
175.24
175.24
159.57
159.57
1,203.08
1,203.08
366.19
447.74
1,658.41
2,196.09
19,425.02
24,103.04
757.08
996.74
1,088.55
1,088.55
741.62
741.62
Carried forward.     $21,506.82    $70,554.58    $92,061.40        $10,162.88 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 137
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
100.
144.
158.
105.
107.
114.
121.
122.
148.
126.
128.
129.
87.
163.
130.
131.
Brought forward..
226.
138.
139.
Oyama   	
Pine Street 	
Poirier   .	
Riverside   	
Rollings Lake 	
Salt's   	
Shuswap River Drive
Sigalet Cut-off 	
Smedik  	
Squaw Valley	
Stuckey   	
Sugar Lake 	
Trans-Canada 	
Trask	
Trinity Valley 	
Tronson   	
Snow-removal
$21,506.82
821.73
362.84
24.90
Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6
Watershed-Enderby 	
Westside  	
Whitevale 	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Garage Account ...
Plant and tools
23.40
174.19
808.45
2,089.63
~2443.83
145.72
4,212.03
17.16
1,749.30
239.69
393.21
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
General
$70,554.58
4,573.32
481.18
182.31
1,872.96
1,928.10
258.69
525.02
856.13
295.78
352.86
32.94
2,289.44
8,691.20
166.26
7,855.74
1,354.37
14,855.26
209.70
3,697.44
1,291.39
3,572.27
2,532.76
5,885.73
7,584.59
Total
$92,061.40
5,395.05
481.18
182.31
1,872.96
2,290.94
258.69
525.02
881.03
295.78
376.26
207.13
3,097.89
10,780.83
166.26
9,999.57
1,500.09
19,067.29
226.86
5,446.74
1,531.08
3,965.48
2,532.76
5,885.73
7,584.59
$34,712.90 $126,730.84 $161,443.74
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River (Spallumcheen)  ___
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River (City of Armstrong)	
$545.70
63.86
$10,162.88
161,443.74
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways..
609.56
9.
25.
180.
36.
24.
48.
65.
69.
78.
160.
111.
161.
177.
134.
Baxter   	
Creighton 	
Davis Creek No.
Enderby   	
Grey Canal No.
Grindrod 	
lohnson 	
Kempton 	
Mara	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Shuswap Dam	
Shuswap Avenue (south).
Spillway
Sugar Lake .
Whiteman's No. 2..
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance-
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (North)
$530.89
675.10
816.19
302.33
501.95
3,834.09
288.20
1,079.73
282.06
279.89
302.78
886.88
1,943.29
495.39
434.65
12,653.42
$184,869.60
Summary of Expenditures, Okanagan District (North)
District expenditures as detailed above  $184,869.60
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)      22,877.19
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)        3,698.35
Grand total, Okanagan District (North)   $211,445.14 N 138
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Penticton-Naramata (Project No. 122).
Orchard roads (Project No. 206)	
Naramata roads (Project No. 207)	
$30,000.00
82,403.06
10,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Ferries
M.V. " Lloyd-Jones," Kelowna-Westbank Ferry (Project No. 159) $352,242.76
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Ferries	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Req. No.
33.    Mission Creek Bridge No. 1 (Project No. 43)      $3,162.00
35.   Mission Creek Bridge No. 3 (Project No. 91)        7,028.26
33.
269.
232.
176.
18.
78.
119.
13.
300.
34.
52.
185.
35.
122.
121.
96.
2.
182.
164.
154.
56.
153.
197.
93.
92.
233.
301.
86.
84.
201.
60.
200.
9.
207.
127.
352.
129.
105.
61.
80.
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General
           $53.38 $147.79
    244.3 6
    524.80
            207.43 415.20
Beaver Lake           994.47 1,099.13
Belgo             572.09 440.10
    11,352.60
           108.46 289.96
Birch Avenue             94.55 613.27
Black     151.04
Bond               35.54 459.54
           312.68 1,043.59
            132.45 1,184.21
  _ 1,058.80
       156.28
      515.61
           453.69 836.63
    2,360.61
              41.33 470.22
            106.92 225.02
            238.55 542.03
            127.98 179.02
       152.86
             32.28 400.06
East Kelowna .           153.75 1,617.47
Fish Lake           391.77 1,064.83
Francis Avenue       445.88
Gallagher              74.08 364.82
Garner   291.21
Gellatly             148.15 37.47
Gibson              24.28 199.75
Glencoe       241.42
           360.97 1,142.21
           289.82 984.99
    893.69
 __._.     240.97
      566.44
       232.17
       347.99
           360.27 883.99
Carried forward.       $5,314.89 $34,418.03
Anderson
Arawana .
Bathville _
Bear Creek
Benvoulin
Berry
Bourcherie
Bulman 	
Burns 	
Burtch 	
Butler 	
Camp 	
Campbell .__.
Chute Lake .
Crawford ...
Day 	
DeHart 	
Drought	
Dunster
Glenmore .
Glenrosa ..
Gordon 	
Grieves 	
Guisachan
Gulley ......
Gertsmar ..
Hollywood
Roads,
Total
$201.17
244.36
524.80
622.63
2,093.60
1,012.19
11,352.60
398.42
707.82
151.04
495.08
1,356.27
1,316.66
1,058.80
156.28
515.61
1,290.32
2,360.61
511.55
331.94
780.58
307.00
152.86
432.34
1,771.22
1,456.60
445.88
438.90
291.21
185.62
224.03
241.42
1,503.18
1,274.81
893.69
240.97
566.44
232.17
347.99
1,244.26
$122,403.06
352,242.76
10,190.26
$39,732.92      $484,836.08 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 139
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
67.   Joe Riche
Brought forward..
99.
118.
132.
310.
149.
55.
131.
14.
234.
62.
302.
103.
170.
54.
251.
1.
30.
156.
303.
223.
250.
71.
331.
194.
128.
48.
110.
5.
43.
189.
191.
326.
111.
57.
150.
81.
273.
68.
155.
218.
235.
83.
304.
172.
15.
16.
64.
102.
June Springs
K.L.O.  -
Knox Mountain
Kinnear 	
Lakeshore  	
Latta 	
Lan Franco 	
Lodge
Meadow Valley
Mills 	
Morrison Avenue
McCulloch 	
McLure	
McKenzie 	
North Naramata ~
Okanagan Centre
Old Vernon 	
Paret 	
Patterson
Peachland-Princeton
Penticton-Naramata
Philpot 	
Ponto 	
Reece  	
Richter Street
Rutland 	
Saucier 	
Seaton 	
Sexsmith  	
Shannon Lake
Smith Creek ___.
Spall 	
Spiers 	
Swainson   	
Swamp  	
Teasdale 	
Third Street ....
Three Forks ....
Todd 	
Trepanier
Trout Creek-Bald Range
Walburn 	
Wardlaw 	
Westside 	
Woodsdale  	
Woodslake  	
Ziprick
Snow-removal
$5,314.89
1,714.88
275.19
957.34
1,264.47
65.62
31.62
193.81
2,553.75
233.22
1,033.71
573.23
171.50
106.50
94.50
215.35
230.85
Okanagan Highway
102r. Okanagan Highway (Bernard Avenue).
40r. Okangan Highway (Peachland)	
41r. Okanagan Highway (Summerland)	
Trout Creek bank protection
Mission Creek bank protection
V.L.A. roads 	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools .
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
159.81
276.02
436.94
156.41
159.61
58.35
74.08
100.88
285.84
157.46
670.40
108.67
8?.69
7,797.32
1,084.76
505.85
General
$34,418.03
5,324.07
637.46
2,681.02
370.75
291.22
3,102.00
338.43
191.67
438.73
1,203.96
162.97
463.19
4,028.43
1,616.32
560.45
200.36
2,605.72
2,204.00
413.34
550.10
1,535.67
827.87
181.36
178.94
175.48
562.13
1,680.71
700.66
304.94
407.16
1,455.20
646.21
1,271.44
1,791.47
122.36
1,279.76
339.37
208.16
666.15
175.60
612.27
819.49
144.00
334.64
1,938.77
1,585.97
905.37
1,096.10
15,894.20
452.28
518.21
902.33
770.53
12,479.01
4,171.88
15,779.57
6,558.59
4,063.97
11,489.25
Roads,
Total
$39,732.92
7,038.95
912.65
3,638.36
370.75
291.22
4,366.47
404.05
191.67
470.35
1,397.77
162.97
463.19
6,582.18
1,616.32
793.67
200.36
3,639.43
2,777.23
584.84
550.10
1,535.67
934.37
275.86
178.94
175.48
562.13
1,896.06
931.51
304.94
407.16
1,615.01
922.23
1,271.44
2,228.41
278.77
1,439.37
339.37
208.16
724.50
249.68
713.15
1,105.33
301.46
334.64
2,609.17
1,694.64
988.06
1,096.10
23,691.52
452.28
518.21
1,987.09
770.53
12,479.01
4,171.88
15,779.57
6,558.59
4,569.82
11,489.25
$27,145.52 $133,850.79 $160,996.31
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets .
Carried forward	
$484,836.08
160,996.31
$645,832.39 N 140 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Brought forward.       $645,832.39
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
Reg. No.
70. Mill Creek No. 8  $582.49
89. Dooley   230.27
36. Mission Creek No. 4 .-.  200.17
41. Powers Creek No. 1  503.80
42. Powers Creek No. 2  2,271.24
40. Scotty Creek  665.60
92. Spall   595.19
Kelowna Bridge survey        3,808.85
Sundry roads (units under $150)—.:  935.32
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  9,792.93
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Kelowna-Westbank,  " Lequime "     $66,306.13
Kelowna-Westbank, " Pendozi "      52,757.73
Kelowna-Westbank,   " Lloyd-Jones "      55,591.26
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries .         174,655.12
Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Kelowna-Vernon (Municipality of Glenmore)    $10,700.00
Total, Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits .. 10,700.00
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (South)      $840,980.44
Summary of Expenditures, Okanagan District (South)
District expenditures as detailed above  $840,980.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)  1,835.23
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  293,642.90
Grand total, South Okanagan District  $1,136,458.57
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
39.   Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (reconstruction, 4-mile section
from D.L. 1079 eastward) (Project No. 123)     $50,000-00
124.    Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road (reconstruction, Miles 23-26) (Project No. 124)         5,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads        $55,000.00
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal        General Total
4. Bearhead   $242.70
10. Blackwater-Fort Fraser   509.31
12. Braeside   470.40
16. Campbell  378.72
17. Campbell-Hulatt   237.50
15. Chowsunket   125.13
186.    Cluculz Club   24.26
Baumer Creek diversion    	
27.    Endako-Francois Lake .  141.31
32.    Finmoore (south)   396.25
37.    Fort Fraser-Stella   656.34
117.    Fort St. James-Germansen Landing  924.12
$248.73
$491.43
576.05
1,085.36
1,027.23
1,497.63
399.40
778.12
232.15
469.65
256.57
381.70
357.40
381.66
153.00
153.00
2,590.78
2,732.09
3,505.80
3,902.05
399.81
1,056.15
2,557.50
3,481.62
Carried forward.       $4,106.04    $12,304.42    $16,410.46        $55,000.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 141
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
42.
47.
51.
55.
58.
63.
61.
182.
6.
65.
19.
78.
79.
39.
81.
183.
94.
Brought forward..
Snow-removal
$4,106.04
Fraser Lake-Francois Lake-
Greer Valley	
Hargreaves 	
Hulatt (south) 	
Jones :....
Larson 	
Lily Lake 	
Loop  	
Lund	
Mapes	
Meier	
Necoslie	
Nithi River 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway..
Nulki-Corkscrew  .	
Pinchi Lake 	
Prairiedale	
Turcotte  Bridge  No.   66   (replacement
with culvert and fill)	
104. Schaefer 	
109. Snell 	
102. Sob Lake	
110. Sowchea 	
184. Stuart Lake-Douglas Lodge	
9. Tapping 	
128. Vanderhoof-Sackner	
40. Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek 	
124. Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake 	
127. Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point ..
164. Willowvale
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools .	
General
$12,304.42
Total
$16,410.46
342.70
1,986.19
2,328.89
360.00
393.38
753.38
68.77
226.51
295.28
186.03
214.71
400.74
99.59
495.45
595.04
45.83
310.21
356.04
479.17
2,016.31
2,495.48
623.66
1,366.46
1,990.12
27.24
335.39
362.63
339.21
832.92
1,172.13
71.13
506.09
577.22
243.52
437.33
680.85
157.49
389.54
547.03
9,669.40
44,392.02
54,061.42
241.77
99.95
341.72
734.43
912.06
1,646.49
155.48
54.67
210.15
4.791.31
4.791.31
442.58
55.06
481.10
388.89
276.79
23.88
539.45
744.38
5,708.86
1,053.60
72.73
242.51
199.15
5,274.39
723.01
989.77
382.86
286.37
294.74
874.93
1,520.46
13,363.17
4,487.07
327.60
767.68
9,715.20
5,716.97
778.07
1,470.87
771.75
563.16
318.62
1,414.38
2,264.84
19,072.03
5,540.67
400.33
1,010.19
9,914.35
$28,180.44 $111,072.17 $139,252.61
$55,000.00
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
139,252.61
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
102.
61.
181.
108.
7.
18.
169.
113.
143.
3.
111.
142.
Evans	
Germansen 	
Greer Creek	
Murray 	
Nechako No. 2
Nechako No. 1..
Ponsford	
Smith 	
Stellako 	
Stoney Creek No. 1..
Stoney Creek No. 3_.
Sweetman
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance	
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
61. Finmoore __
62. Fort Fraser
59.   Hulatt	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries.
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East).
$838.50
500.52
923.26
8,406.96
2,229.06
1,119.97
800.00
242.71
7,000.00
238.85
685.54
1,800.00
794.61
$791.10
1,838.34
677.15
25,579.98
3,306.59
$223,139.18 N 142 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Omineca District (East)
District expenditures as detailed above  $223,139.18
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Omineca District (East)  $223,139.18
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Houston-Wistaria Road at Nadina (Project No. 150)  $5,000.00
Northern  Trans-Provincial   Highway  west  of  Telkwa   (Project
No. 176)   12,222.04
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway west of Burns Lake and Top-
ley to Topley Landing (Project No. 177)  14,941.20
Burns Lake-Francois Lake (Project No. 177)  3,655.29
Burns Lake-Babine (Project No. 177)  10,017.91
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads         $45,836.44
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Equipment-sheds
Burns Lake equipment-shed  $1,509.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Equipment-sheds  1,509.00
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.                                                                               Snow-removal        General Total
25.    Aikin Settlement          $586.31      $1,557.72 $2,144.03
5.   Augier Lake           261.10            21.86 282.96
2.    Barrett Station              78.94          348.26 427.20
7.    Bourgon               65.49          -192.92 258.41
153.    Brandon             366.92           365.86 732.78
9.    Brown             398.30           331.69 729.99
200.    Burns Lake-Babine          3,105.10        5,099.91 8,205.01
21.    Colleymount          4,694.68      10,558.79 15,253.47
147.    Cummings              70.74          312.00 382.74
178.    Dockerill             158.88           144.68 303.56
Decker Lake               6.79          429.27 436.06
33.    Forrestdale-Mile 106            148.81               9.61 158.42
43.    Francois Lake (east)              53.80        1,572.82 1,626.62
162.    Gowan            184.88           137.66 322.54
52.    Hamre             145.91             74.35 220.26
90.    Houston-Wistaria            4,650.38        5,930.35 10,580.73
155.    Houston-Owen Lake-Nadina            650.08        1,495.33 2,145.41
264.    Houston-Settlement (east) _             51.94          595.98 647.92
121.    Hislop   :..          541.17           130.62 671.79
59.   Keeles Landing-Ootsa Lake        6,007.41        2,455.84 8,463.25
146.    Kerr             118.54           154.98 273.52
51.   Lawson              91.10           135.47 226.57
14?.   Linton Lake           187.59            69.99 257.58
69.    Mortimer             72.76          611.61 684.37
134.    Mill           220.21            95.92 316.13
167.    Murray            111.12           130.75 241.87
71.    McDonald Landing           252.08        1,026.36 1,278.44
39.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—.      16,496.31      30,823.99 47,3?0.30
80.    North Francois          2,776.46        3,770.76 6,547.22
138.   Norberg           102.12        1,530.70 1,632.82
205.    North Trout Creek               73.64           119.38 193.02
84.    Ootsa Lake-shore            966.84          727.97 1,694.81
88.    Polling Settlement           776.77       2,327.34 3,104.11
95.    Quick Station            157.29            37.26 194.55
Carried forward     $44,630.46    $73,328.00 $117,958.46        $47,345.44 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 143
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward     $44,630.46 $73,328.00 $117,958.46 ■     $47,345.44
Reg. No.
96. Quick School             130.01 957.98 1,087.99
19.   Rose Lake Cut-off           576.58 498.35 1,074.93
100. Round Lake (east)           158.62 36.49 195.11
101. Round Lake           244.14 83.76 327.90
105.   Short Settlement             185.89 43.69 229.58
151.   Strimbald              85.00 88.19 173.19
97. Tatlow            195.00   195.00
118. Topley-Babine         3,011.00 514.19 3,525.19
119. Telkwa High           242.91 663.72 906.63
181.   Tatalrose         1,788.95 1,093.99 2,882.94
202.   Telkwa Coal            975.84 1,155.25 2,131.09
220.   Taltapin Trail           632.75 1,343.68 1,976.43
122.   Uncha Lake           991.16 1,482.20 2,473.36
53.   Wistaria-Lawson            154.75   154.75
130.   Woodmere-Round Lake           513.21 402.72 915.93
140.   York Settlement           143.93 136.03 279.96
Garage Account      7,446.58 7,446.58
Plant Repair and Rental Account    3,455.96 3,455.96
General Foreman's residence      216.15 216.15
Plant and Tools Account    6,500.23 6,500.23
Sundry roads (units under $150)         1,050.73 680.40 1,731.13
$55,710.93 $100,127.56 $155,838.49
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         155,838.49
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
439.   Anderson  $68.72
120.   Augier  34.36
7. Bulkley   2,172.04
8. Buck Creek  207.99
14. Burns Lake Trestle No. 1  133.46
46.   Burns Lake Trestle No. 2  399.41
110. Buck Creek  1,641.15
212.   Bulkley River (Barnett Ranch)  279.00
Baptise Creek  49.20
369.   Cummings   385.03
15. Findley Creek   140.03
111. Finnigan   4.30
137.    Goat Creek  432.18
459.    Hammerberg   141.35
Mills Creek  60.12
36.    McLean   70.39
89.   Nadina   14.63
156.   Priestley   45.29
481.    Projit   40.45
484.    Pinkut No. 2  212.25
155.    Sheraton  —_. 43.70
438.    Severson   2,598.83
135.    Summit   220.00
Bridges generally    564.16
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  9,958.04
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Francois Lake Ferry    $27,140.15
Francois Lake Ferry (landings) .       2,944.66
Francois Lake Ferry (ferryman's cottage)         1,559.71
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  31,644.52
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)        $244,786.49 N 144 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Omineca District (West)
District expenditure as detailed above  $244,786.49
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Omineca District (West)   $244,786.49
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
1
Pouce Coupe-Tupper (Projecl
Fort St. John-Clayhurst (Proje
Montney (east)  (Project No.
Rolla-Doe River (Project No.
Total, " Highway Deve
Vote 237 (a)—Ma
Alberta Boundary-Dawson Cr
Alces River (west) 	
Arras School 	
Bessborough-Farmington   	
No. 203)
ct No. 178
179)
180)	
<
5158,733.55
103
)	
25,000.00
114
20,000.00
3
25,000.00
lopment A
ntenance
Trails,
;ek —
ct," Sec. 5 (c
and Minor I
and Streets
Snow-removal
$9,964.12
3,724.50
95.21
4,690.55
0—Roads.—
       $228,733.55
1
-ETTERMENT.
General
$8,022.34
753.21
1,150.80
7,091.60
467.12
458.65
511.87
1,259.88
685.23
1,122.75
178.09
462.60
237.25
194.07
163.43
591.13
1,985.93
191.06
2,695.04
828.27
1,534.90
760.47
388.51
2,939.76
3,415.67
1,281.63
2,409.35
1,328.42
557.94
2,730.21
2,131.66
1,446.97
1,292.78
788.57
319.97
2,865.69
1,289.53
1,214.69
965.58
166.10
872.17
523.17
884.46
:  Roads,
Total
$17,986.46
108.
12.
7
4,477.71
1,246.01
11,782.15
179
Bridges  	
467.12
116.
Cache Creek     _ _
458.65
59.
Chamberlain Subdivision 	
150.00
18.10
1,231.25
1,890.16
661.87
51.
Clark Subdivision   	
1,277.98
110.
Clayhurst  	
1,916.48
32.
Dawson Creek-Briar Ridge __
3,012.91
41.
Doe River	
178.09
196.
Farm and settlement 	
462.60
198.
Farm and settlement 	
237.25
200.
Farm and settlement    	
194.07
202.
Farm and settlement   —	
_____
274.24
66.58
44.77
161.79
1,853.88
381.23
366.25
1,216.22
1,147.69
163.43
203.
Farm and settlement 	
732.48
205.
Farm and settlement 	
2,260.17
206.
Farm and settlement       __ _ _.
257.64
207.
Farm and settlement .   	
2,739.81
208.
Farm and settlement   	
990.06
209.
Farm and settlement 	
3,388.78
210.
211.
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement      	
1,141.70
388.51
212.
213.
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement 	
3,306.01
4,631.89
214.
715
Farm and settlement 	
Farm and settlement —	
2,429.32
2,409.35
1,902.52
716
Farm and settlement 	
574.10
628.26
137.98
1,426.57
798.17
1,154.63
284.93
265.71
662.06
2,006.10
608.22
404.00
717
Farm and settlement 	
1,186.20
718
Farm and settlement ...      . ..
2,868.19
3,558.23
7,19
Farm and settlement 	
770
Farm and settlement 	
2,245.14
?,?,1,
Farm and settlement 	
2,447.41
1,073.50
?,?,?,
Farm and settlement 	
?,?3,
Farm and settlement 	
585.68
274
Farm and settlement 	
3,527.75
7?5-
Farm and settlement 	
3,295.63
7,7,6.
Farm and settlement 	
1,822.91
777,
Farm and settlement 	
1,369.58
7,7,8.
Farm and settlement 	
166.10
77,9,
Farm and settlement 	
872.17
735
Farm and settlement 	
523.17
7,36.
Farm and settlement 	
884.46
Carried forward—.
$36,368.62
$61,158.52
$97,527.14      $228,733.55 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 145
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward     $36,368.62 $61,158.52    $97,527.14      $228,733.55
Reg. No.
237. Farm and settlement       552.40 552.40
239. Farm and settlement     510.22 510.22
240. Farm and settlement        351.03 351.03
241. Farm and settlement               17.11 1,581.85 1,598.96
242. Farm and settlement            958.88 1,342.39 2,301.27
243. Farm and settlement             162.53 963.35 1,125.88
245. Farm and settlement     1,045.50 1,045.50
246. Farm and settlement     392.35 392.35
247. Farm and settlement       823.16 823.16
248. Farm and settlement             958.38 973.74 1,932.12
249. Farm and settlement     1,098.06 1,098.06
250. Farm and settlement             597.56 437.51 1,035.07
251. Farm and settlement        601.77 601.77
252. Farm and settlement       236.28 236.28
253. Farm and settlement             926.05 996.47 1,922.52
254. Farm and settlement       1,259.64 1,259.64
255. Farm and settlement             123.76 396.56 520.32
256. Farm and settlement            719.48 1,359.13 2,078.61
257. Farm and settlement        322.68 322.68
258. Farm and settlement       445.33 445.33
259. Farm and settlement          1,415.16 3,035.64 4,450.80
260. Farm and settlement          1,470.97 458.11 1,929.08
261. Farm and settlement             929.41 2,998.02 3,927.43
263. Farm and settlement  "..      353.54 353.54
265. Farm and settlement             156.86 659.55 816.41
267. Farm and settlement             213.31 721.09 934.40
269. Farm and settlement             384.10 2,000.32 2,384.4?
271. Farm and settlement                 2.05 1,239.93 1,241.98
273. Farm and settlement ...              24.05 680.19 704.24
275. Farm and settlement          1,198.22 2,889.64 4,087.86
276. Farm and settlement            637.50     637.50
277. Farm and settlement             955.56 657.01 1,612.57
279. Farm and settlement     551.60 551.60
6. Farmington-Alberta Boundary          1,590.29 3,284.00 4,874.29
106. Feenie        574.01 574.01
14. Fellers  Heights           1,105.23 3,096.37 4,201.60
103. Fort St. John-Boundary Lake          5,149.65 16,089.98 21,239.63
101. Fort St. John-Upper Pine        5,563.21 5,626.58 11,189.79
11. Groundbirch School        1,378.96 1,378.96
138. Grouse    :       249.80 249.80
58. Gruenke Subdivision      358.57 358.57
16. Gundy-Pouce Coupe  I           317.63 1,157.61 1,475.24
117. Halfway River        534.59 534.59
13. Hanshaw            1,745.48 4,968.20 6,713.68
38. Harper            2,068.30 2,068.30
2. Hart Highway        21,556.81 5,070.03 26,626.84
102. Hudson Hope         7,819.95 16,698.29 24,518.24
131. Jarrett            243.44 243.44
18. Kelly Lake        870.46 870.46
111. Kerr               539.75 9.34 549.09
24. Kiskatinaw                 55.14 1,137.19 1,192.33
5. Landry           3,182.84 3,261.71 6,444.55
119. Lefeuvre                71.20 780.66 851.86
43. Martin       256.23 256.?3
?7. Moberly Lake          4,09?.35 2,008.83 6,101.18
114. Montney-Stoddart           1,901.19 4,006.73 5,907.92
121. McKibbin       635.43 635.43
39. Norrie                  4.55 296.49 301.04
113. North Pine          1,486.23 1,280.83 2,767.06
21. North Swan Lake       216.79 216.79
112. Pine View      2,349.03 2,349.03
4. Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge             958.99 2,885.07 3,844.06
3. Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst Ferry        17,244.32 15,375.24 32,619.56
Carried forward  $122,604.37 $189,681.34 $312,465.71      $228,733.55 N 146 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General              Total
Brought forward  $122,604.37 $189,681.34 $312,465.71      $228,733.55
Reg. No.
15.    Pouce Coupe-Dawson Creek (south)......     266.27          266.27
62.    Power Plant      1,735.86        1,735.86
22.    Riverside               105.63 424.39           530.02
34. South Dawson             142.50 2,872.48        3,014.98
35. Stuckey                 65.70 1,513.17        1,578.87
9.    Sunset Prairie          1,495.80 3,257.18       4,752.98
8.    Sunset Prairie-Alaska Highway              31.05 1,355.49        1,386.54
17.   Tate Creek            257.69 4,147.26       4,404.95
105.   Taylor-Peace View              29.88 618.02          647.90
127.    Thorsen                 54.90 134.30           189.20
20.   Tupper-Gundy           1,062.06 27,955.88 29,017.94
107.    Two Rivers           2,034.35 4,915.25        6,949.60
115.   Upper Stoddart      309.97          309.97
37.   Wetherill    -    180.72           180.72
137.   Williams              564.26 161.00          725.26
10.   Willow Valley              55.79 1,175.38        1,231.17
61.   Workman Way .      209.82          209.82
40.   York       2,294.26       2,294.26
Sundry roads (units under $150)             106.60 751.30           857.90
Garage Account       10,935.83 10,935.83
Plant and tools       27,788.53 27,788.53
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)      10,661.18 10,661.18
$128,610.58 $272,202.52 $400,813.10
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         400,813.10
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
110b. 102nd Avenue, Dawson Creek      $1,061.00
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways  1,061.00
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance
40. Arras    $2,316.32
56. Barringham   610.19
259. Beatton   363.89
159. Beaulne    422.72
1. Boundary    229.75
65. Brassey   431.23
39. Buffalo     1,307.19
253. Cache    199.90
67. Canyon     210.05
89. Carter   222.43
76. Coaly  .  553.52
7. Dawson Town  1,419.96
43. Doe River ...  194.99
250. Finch   236.28
3. Four Mile  193.86
254. Halfway   211.56
50. Hanna    835.64
302. Haugen     2,671.64
73. Hays   1,533.13
62. Kercher   342.64
100. Kerr     190.36
49. Knapp    246.30
44. Low Level   162.43
306. Lynx   176.75
99. Manse  460.09
282. Marshall  497.05
260. Mikkleson   167.00
185. Mounsey    3,173.81
Carried forward     $ 19,580.68      $630,607.65 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 147
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Reg. No.
94.    McCray
McWha
O'Brien
Phillip _.
Riley ....
Siwash _
Brought forward..
89.
69.
5.
301.
263.
84.
307.
117.
304.
186.
172.
210.
92.    Willow Valley
128.   Yaeger _
Sluggets _
Staley .....
Walker  _
Ward  	
Widmark
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance	
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Clayhurst  	
Hudson Hope	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries ._.
Vote 237 (a)—Iohn Hart Highway
2.    Hart Highway
Total, Vote 237 (a)—John Hart Highway.
Total expenditure, Peace River District	
$19,580.68      $630,607.65
303.67
1,135.71
1,814.54
573.84
1,719.75
1,022.10
2,636.49
302.79
618.08
180.31
156.39
457.07
367.29
2,486.97
$10,083.16
1,690.55
$12,000.00
Summary of Expenditures, Peace River District
33,355.68
11,773.71
12,000.00
$687,737.04
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 174) _
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report	
Grand total, Peace River District..
$687,737.04
555.07
1,151,489.99
Nil
$1,839,782.10
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
9.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (Miles 0-0.8 at Prince Rupert)
(Project No. 77)  $438,194.81
24.    Port Clements-Tlell Road (continuation) (Project No. 84)       23,000.00
5.    Masset-Tow Hill (Project No. 181)        9,462.69
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads	
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
3. Cow Bay (Kaien Island)             $155.72 $155.72
5. Masset-Tow Hill (Graham Island)         $547.33 8,626.44 9,173.77
9. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.        2,970.30 7,580.99 10,551.29
11. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.        8,989.06 10,599.50 19,588.56
16. Old Masset-New Masset (Graham Island)  _' 5,209.85 5,209.85
18. Port Clements-Tlell (Graham Island)....     5,566.35 5,566.35
24. Skidegate-Tlell (Graham Island)           974.30 19,970.78 20,945.08
25. Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate (Graham
Island)                    4,023.49        4,023.49
29.    Port Edward  _  757.82        3,748.28        4,506.10
Carried forward     $14,238.81    $65,481.40    $79,720.21
$470,657.50
$470,657.50 N 148                                       PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal General Total
Brought forward  $14,238.81 $65,481.40 $79,720.21  $470,657.50
Reg. No.
38.    Port Simpson           235.98 2,366.09 2,602.07
54.    Oona River (Porcher Island)      356.36 356.36
57. Minaker (Graham Island)            168.77 379.22 547.99
58. Delkatla Beach (Graham Island)       238.26 238.26
66.   Dodge Cove (Digby Island)      5,606.57 5,606.57
122r. Arterial Highway (Kaien Island)         1,565.78 11,231.80 12,797.58
137.    Jap Inlet (Porcher Island)      656.69 656.69
150.   Haysport sidewalks       676.10 676.10
Board walk, Klemtu Cannery    .....  1,500.00 1,500.00
Sundry roads (units under $150)      268.06 268.06
Plant and tools        1,287.52 1,287.52
Garage Account      1,298.96 1,298.96
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)     5,349.82 5,349.82
$16,209.34   $85,997.21 $102,206.55
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         102,206.55
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
6. Hums (Graham Island)   $171.81
7. Hiellen (Graham Island)  2,309.41
14.    Lawn Hill No. 1 (Graham Island)  1,121.15
70.    Osland (Smith Island)   755.34
81.    Dianna Creek  1,352.26
81.    Oona River (Porcher Island)  234.50
87. Green River  1,608.21
88. Aberdeen  289.83
Sundry bridge (units under $150)  202.01
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance  8,044.52
Vote 237 (_.)—Wharves:   Maintenance
Prince Rupert Wharf (Kaien Island)       $7,648.18
Cow Bay Floats (Kaien Island)  660.94
Salt Lake Floats  517.71
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Wharves:  Maintenance  8,826.83
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
3.    Cow Bay Road (Kaien Island)      $3,000.00
Total, Vote 237 (b)— Hard-surfacing of Highways  3,000.00
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District      $592,735.40
Summary of Expenditures, Prince Rupert District
District expenditures as detailed above  $592,735.40
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Prince Rupert District  $592,735.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 149
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
10.
12a.
6.
22.
24.
11.
13.
16.
15.
94a.
23.
31.
97f.
133.
46.
71.
72.
97.
73.
78.
97y.
287b.
90.
84.
Arrowhead Mill 	
Arrowhead streets __
Austrian Settlement
Beaton-Camborne ...
Beaton-Trout Lake .
te
Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend Section)
Cedar Street
Clough
Cranberry Creek
Ferguson
Fourth Street Subdivision	
Golf-links (roads and branches).
Hall 	
Hall's Landing (south)	
Little Scotland Subdivision	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead 	
Revelstoke (east)
Revelstoke-Sicamous (branch roads )_
Revelstoke (south) 	
Sidmouth-Sproat 	
Solsqua-Bowie 	
Tamarac 	
Trans-Canada   Highway,
(west)  	
Wagner 	
Sundry roads (unit sunder $150).
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
Snow-removal
$315.88
80.00
253.48
1,821.41
5,236.56
1,139.74
15,494.21
608.41
1,228.28
1,048.60
1,133.82
-----
159.15
14,743.61
2,129.96
1,342.23
2,338.45
601.35
442.00
Revelstoke
32,657.19
101.71
600.26
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
General
$312.92
80.88
135.15
577.61
2,214.91
900.72
21,730.15
195.81
2,866.85
126.83
174.47
334.64
738.93
663.78
250.24
180.27
11,465.61
238.27
1,596.61
447.59
116.19
393.99
150.68
43,555.51
108.34
97.02
10,126.02
12,638.52
2,251.65
Total
$628.80
160.88
388.63
2,399.02
7,451.47
2,040.46
37,224.36
195.81
2,866.85
735.24
1,396.75
1,383.24
1,872.75.
663.78
561.28
339.42
26,209.22
2,368.23
?,938.84
2,786.04
717.54
835.99
150.68
76,212.70
210.05
697.28
10,126.02
12,638.52
2,251.65
$83,781.34$110,166.86 $193,948.20
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets        $193,948.20
30.
31.
34.
158b.
155a.
80.
103.
107.
108.
151.
152.
153.
154.
157.
161.
164.
167.
169.
170.
Big Bend No. 3___.
Big Bend No. 4...
Big Bend No. 7....
Big Bend No. 15..
Clough
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Revelstoke-Arrowhead No.
Revelstoke (west) No. 1	
Revelstoke (west) No. 5	
Revelstoke (west) No. 6	
Revelstoke (west) No. 11	
Revelstoke (west) No. 12.	
Revelstoke (west) No. 13.—.
Revelstoke (west) No. 13—
Revelstoke (west) No. 17	
Revelstoke (west) No. 21.	
Revelstoke (west) No. 25	
Revelstoke (west) No. 30—
Sicamous-Mara No. 1	
Sicamous-Mara No. 2	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$982.19
345.16
687.11
741.72
243.84
167.92
2,734.68
187.48
423.92
239.72
584.56
1,309.18
294.82
362.00
1,110.64
1,595.36
2,987.00
622.11
563.01
526.53
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance..
16,708.95
1. Arrowhead-Beaton
3. Hall's Landing .	
4. Twelve Mile	
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
$20,000.00
20,286.38
20,648.30
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries..
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District.
60,934.68
$271,591.83 N 150
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Revelstoke District
District expenditures as detailed above  $271,591.83
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)  45,646.33
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  43,125.51
Grand total, Revelstoke District  $360,363.67
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
56.   Rossland-Paterson Road (Project No. 60)    $17,999.94
72.    Trail-Salmo (Bear Creek-Fruitvale Section and extension (Afflecks
Corner-Fruitvale)) (Project No. 78)         1,965.50
1.
3.
5.
6.
7.
11.
15.
16.
20.
21.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
30.
31.
32.
35.
36.
38.
39.
45.
48.
51.
52.
53.
54.
56.
61.
64.
69.
71.
72.
73.
74.
76.
112r.
124r.
144r.
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads .
Vote 237 (a)-
Austad 	
Big Sheep Creek
Blueberry
Broadwater	
Bruce Subdivision
Casino	
Castlegar-Trail ___.
China Creek 	
Columbia Gardens Station .
Columbia Kootenay	
Deer Creek	
Deer Park (south)	
Deer Park streets	
Deer Park-Syringa Creek
Deschamps (north) 	
Drake's (lower) 	
Drake's (upper) 	
Duncan ._.	
Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens
Fruitvale Subdivision 	
Inland Empire	
I.X.L.-Midnite	
Milestone	
Renata (north)  	
Red Mountain	
Robson-Syringa Creek	
Robson (west) 	
Rossland-Cascade 	
Rossland-Paterson 	
Schofield	
Shaver's Bench	
Trail Creek	
Trail-Pend d'Oreille	
Trail-Salmo 	
Violin Lake	
Waneta 	
Warfield Subdivision	
Calder Subdivision	
Castlegar Arterial	
Trail Arterial	
Rossland Arterial
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant and tools	
Snow-removal
$100.38
245.00
481.44
"T5O.OO"
2,914.82
8,365.93
288.57
480.57
229.43
318.88
36.43
290.53
577.91
497.99
579.87
4,069.11
~ 378.67
337.35
47.04
2,888.92
1,016.48
293.50
11,427.09
3,281.10
6,991.14
478.33
2,976.54
7,047.34
374.80
840.58
3,110.48
"7421
738.81
1,543.26
118.88
General
$219.24
" T0.8O
338.40
109.61
3,739.84
14,156.55
59.69
269.52
"""151.36"
198.40
913.24
936.18
1,202.94
59.44
189.15
82.74
3,315.20
7,723.60
478.45
18.27
125.14
469.54
1,719.55
7,801.63
231.76
8,643.28
5,261.25
7,575.30
673.95
586.58
4,751.65
9,753.18
331.53
287.41
1,939.36
2,793.54
472.98
5,069.72
2,898.94
377.28
1,308.81
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Total
$319.62
245.00
492.24
338.40
259.61
6,654.66
22,522.48
348.26
750.09
229.43
151.36
198.40
913.24
1,255.06
1,239.37
349.97
767.06
580.73
3,895.07
11,792.71
478.45
396.94
462.49
516.58
4,608.47
8,818.11
525.26
20,070.37
8,542.35
14,566.44
673.95
1,064.91
7,728.19
16,800.52
706.33
1,127.99
5,049.84
2,793.54
547.19
5,808.53
4,442.20
496.16
1,308.81
$19,965.44
Carried forward..
$63,591.38    $97,245.00 $160,836.38        $19,965.44 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 151
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Snow-removal        General Total
Brought forward.     $63,591.38    $97,245.00 $160,836.38        $19,965.44
Garage Account            6,095.26       6,095.26
$63,591.38 $103,340.26 $166,931.64
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         166,931.64
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
Reg. No.
7. Rossland-Cascade No. 7  $346.24
8. Rossland-Cascade No. 8   1,692.39
10.    Rossland-Cascade No. 10  421.95
13.    Castlegar-Trail No. 2  2,834.83
18.    Columbia River  10,331.06
24.   Deschamps (north) No. 3-.  443.00
26. Deschamps (north) No. 5  415.70
27. Trail-Salmo No. 1  499.10
33.    Ross Spur  505.78
36.    Kelly Creek  158.27
58.   Deer Park No. 1   370.96
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,008.17
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance  19,027.45
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
73.    Castlegar Ferry    $32,421.19
Castlegar Ferry Landings .        8,802.51
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  41,223.70
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District      $247,148.23
Summary of Expenditures, Rossland-Trail District
District expenditures as detailed above  $247,148.23
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)  13,749.84
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 174)— 112,024.64
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  302,458.32
Grand total, Rossland-Trail District  $675,381.03
SAANICH DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):  Roads
West Saanich Road (McTavish Road-Airport) (Project No. 182)      $7,500.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  $7,500.00
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Ferries
Mill Bay Ferry Landing      $5,000.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Ferries 5,000.00
Carried forward. .         $12,500.00 N 15
Reg. N
253.
246.
186.
104.
106.
249.
1.
12.
110.
2.
213.
4.
190.
258.
113.
188.
114.
6.
260.
10.
136.
275.
7.
116.
9.
297.
234.
262.
150.
263.
118.
145.
192.
11.
121.
264.
107.
120.
129.
.   130.
119.
133.
182.
137.
5.
157.
215.
134.
187.
115.
144.
122.
30r
28r
85b.
29r
84r
155r
52r
2                                       PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward      -.	
         $12,500.00
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor B
Trails, and Streets
o.                                                                               Snow-removal
Amity Drive            $12.37
ETTERMENTS
General
$5,295.93
1,066.17
764.29
852.23
4,475.19
158.26
935.83
893.61
445.13
464.13
318.98
189.81
167.77
1,161.56
325.27
218.60
1,566.46
191.05
819.59
404.69
433.32
527.48
272.08
177.97
320.38
469.42
909.06
322.90
4,364.68
234.58
580.35
199.52
186.17
294.74
1,342.43
233.74
1,031.04
197.49
292.99
302.16
153.03
385.50
472.91
356.05
322.31
545.32
917.78
4,816.24
573.33
890.24
1,522.04
8,152.56
3,490.47
3,603.31
2,722.19
3,727.51
449.37
915.01
4,430.34
2,522.82
5,325.27
2,513.95
Roads,
Total
$5,308.30
1,085.75
764.29
860.73
4,477.77
158.26
935.83
912.96
466.35
464.13
318.98
189.81
167.77
1,161.56
364.76
218.60
1,777.00
191.05
819.59
404.69
433.32
527.48
276.28
177.97
320.38
469.42
910.35
322.90
4,364.68
234.58
653.35
199.52
186.17
294.74
1,363.91
233.74
1,130.32
197.49
292.99
302.16
153.03
385.50
472.91
356.05
322.31
582.28
917.78
4,816.24
589.10
918.31
1,522.04
8,351.14
3,690.61
3,707.25
2,722.19
3,829.93
449.37
931.13
4,687.83
2,543.76
5,325.27
2,513.95
$83,727.91
Ardmore Drive   .              19.58
Bazan Bay             . 	
Beacon Avenue   . .    .....              8.50
Birch                           2.58
Bowerbank        ...                        . .. 	
Burnside     .. _ _ _ _ 	
Camden                 19.35
Chalet                21.22
Chancellor Avenue                  -.  	
Clayton    . . _     	
Conard         .     _. . _     	
Cypress                  ....                       . .
Dencross Terrace                                	
Downey                39.49
Dunne
East Saanich            210.54
Eaton Avenue         	
Emard Terrace  .          .	
Erskine Lane     .    _ _    	
Fifth Street   .    	
Glamorgan      ..       . 	
Helmcken  .   —                                                4.20
Henry Avenue         ...         	
Holland Avenue      	
Kedge Anchor                                   	
Land's End                 1.29
Leal              ..                     .
Lochside         .         	
Lowe    	
Madrona Drive               73.00
Maple Avenue               -
Meldram     _ .                . 	
Midwood      ....              	
Mills               21.48
Moxon Terrace            ., .          	
McTavish                                       99.28
Oakland Avenue           _    	
Orchard Avenue    	
Queens Avenue       ...            	
Resthaven Drive     ...          ...   ....
Second Street       '    .            . ...
Sidney Avenue   ...                     	
Sixth Street   '       	
St. Giles Street         	
Swartz Bay                      36.96
Tatlow             	
Third Street      	
Tryon               15.77
Wains Cross-road              28.07
Weiler Avenue  	
West  Saanich           198.58
East Saanich     .              .                              200.14
Island Highway              103.94
Keating Cross-road            ...        .   	
Quadra and Saanich                   102.42
Scott            	
Verdier Avenue                   16.12
West Saanich                           257.49
Sundry roads (units under $150)             20.94
Plant and tools ..    .       	
Supervision   .   	
$1,513.31
$82,214.60
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Carried forward.	
               83,727.91
$96 227 91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 153
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward           $96,227.91
•   - Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Brentwood-Mill Bay Ferry (subsidy)  $9,333.33
Brentwood Ferry Landing  2,321.90
Mill Bay Ferry Landing  1,071.08
Gulf Islands Ferry  207.42
Swartz Bay-Fulford Harbour Ferry Landings  10,290.42
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  23,224.15
Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Benvenuto Boulevard         $ 100.00
Total, Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  100.00
Total expenditure, Saanich District ... .....     $119,552.06
Summary of Expenditures, Saanich District
District expenditures as detailed above  $119,552.06
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)         3,877.72
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 174)..—      40,875.97
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Saanich District  $164,305.75
SALMON ARM DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
161.    Kamloops-Vernon Road (Monte Lake-Westwold) (Project No. 37)    $25,500.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads         $25,500.00
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Approach roads to Sicamous Bridge (Project No. 85)      $10,168.61
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):  Trans-Canada Roads 10,168.61
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
83.    Adams Lake-Squilax          $218.94 $91.72 $310.66
85.    Bear Creek            110.65 48.92 159.57
29. Blind Bay-Balmoral                45.39 210.92 256.31
30. Blind Bay-Eagle Bay          1,008.98 2,376.67 3,385.65
11.    Calhoun                93.18 264.58 357.76
2.    Canoe-Sicamous          1,047.69 4,279.35 5,327.04
185.    Canoe Point             126.48 24.00 150.48
146r. Canoe Road            202.60 1,553.98 1,756.58
155. Cedar Hill               460.75 77.16 537.91
94. Chase-Falkland          1,338.76 2,670.71 4,009.47
95. Chase streets            306.41 614.25 920.66
156. China Valley             61.88 267.09 328.97
148.    Douglas Lake            115.94 1,227.75 1,343.69
69.    Evans               _                 258.82 413.30 672.12
33.    Greer-Doebert            133.89 152.54 286.43
170.    Heywood-Armstrong             347.76 1,206.48 1,554.24
1.    Kamloops-Salmon Arm          9,460.54 24,320.86 33,781.40
111.    Kamloops-Shuswap            276.26 1,051.43 1,327.69
161.   Kamloops-Vernon        4,530.76 19,019.43 23,550.19
Carried forward     $20,145.68    $59,871.14    $80,016.82        $35,668.61 N 154
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
Line 17 	
Lower Duck Range
Martin Creek	
Martin Prairie	
Meadow Creek	
74.
130.
131.
133.
76.
112.
42.
150.
115.
179.
188.
165.
181.
88.    Squilax-Anglemont
Monte Creek-Pemberton Range
Notch Hill-Blind Bay	
Paxton Valley	
Pritchard-Pinanton 	
Salmon River	
Seymour Arm	
Six Mile Creek	
Spa Creek
89.
54.
55.
16.
17.
18.
139.
27.
182.
38r.
Squilax-Turtle Valley
Sorrento-Blind Bay	
Sorrento streets _■_	
Sunnybrae 	
Tappen-Carlin	
Tappen-Skimiken 	
Upper Duck Range	
White Lake 	
Yankee Flats	
Trans-Provincial Highway, Municipality
of Salmon Arm (Arterial)	
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Garage Account	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Snow-removal
$20,145.68
501.86
480.45
28.72
498.37
753.49
50.93
195.28
435.15
441.80
929.95
79.57
31.10
3,712.16
253.75
532.46
145.66
297.63
751.98
114.99
429.66
286.33
542.85.
1,187.02
1,999.64
General
$59,871.14
638.37
155.44
158.84
488.67
425.90
241.83
57.10
956.65
764.18
2,871.96
153.22
161.04
689.64
5,255.73
1,011.11
14,052.42
1,130.18
446.94
570.25
207.07
760.77
393.15
1,079.18
4,892.71
1,984.29
1,390.26
12,280.55
2,750.71
Total
$80,016.82
1,140.23
635.89
187.56
987.04
1,179.39
292.76
252.38
1,391.80
1,205.98
3,801.91
153.22
240.61
720.74
8,967.89
1,264.86
14,584.88
1,275.84
744.57
1,322.23
322.06
1,190.43
679.48
1,622.03
6,079.73
3,983.93
1,390.26
12,280.55
2,750.71
$34,826.48 $110,337.88 $145,164.36
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
23b and 80b. Salmon Arm-Enderby
26b. Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie	
$210.22
1,747.66
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
59. Chase ...
103. Gibbons	
21. Haines	
44. Manson Creek
105. Overflow	
49. Ramsay 	
45. Ross 	
107. Stewart 	
116. Sunnybrae 	
112. Taylor 	
97. Upper Kent —
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
$10,552.37
516.02
557.80
1,150.09
219.12
351.22
704.00
2,630.92
1,702.79
153.11
174.69
990.24
6.    Shuswap 	
3.    Sorrento-Scotch Creek.
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
$4,000.00
11,850.14
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries	
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District.
$35,668.61
145,164.36
1,957.88
19,702.37
15,850.14
$218,343.36 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
SALMON ARM DISTRICT— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Salmon Arm District
District expenditures as detailed above  $218,343.36
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 168)  4,630.43
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 175)— 484,406.78
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  297,021.03
Grand total, Salmon Arm District  $1,004,401.60
N 155
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
72.    Merritt-Princeton Road (One Mile Creek north, reconstruction
and widening Summers Creek northerly) (Project No. 94)    $29,394.59
86.   Princeton drainage (Project No. 183)        7,000.00
24.   Princeton-Copper Mountain Road (Project No. 213)       10,000.00
30.
34.
13.
114.
16.
18.
112.
21.
23.
24.
25.
31.
34.
36.
38.
40.
42.
3.
45.
47.
53.
55.
4.
57.
5.
60.
6.
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads..
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,'
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Keogan Creek Bridge No. 2 (Project No. 75).
Osoyoos Lake Bridge (Project No. 74)	
$24,820.44
80,827.15
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges..
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds
Keremeos equipment-shed
$1,500.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds	
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Allison-Copper Mountain
Allison Townsite streets.—
Armstrong-Chopaka   	
Ashnola   	
Black Mine	
Snow-removal
$340.71
98.27
Cawston roads	
China Creek —.	
Copper Mountain	
Cross-roads from One Mile to Five Mile
Dog Lake 	
Fairview roads	
Fairview Amalgamated	
Fairview-White Lake  	
Five Mile-Princeton 	
Grand Oro
Hedley-Keremeos (S.T.P.H.)
Hedley-Nickel Plate 	
Hedley streets 	
Kaleden Townsite
Kaleden-Princeton (application of herbicide ) 	
Keremeos-Cawston
Keremeos-Green Mountain (S.T.P.H.)_
Keremeos streets 	
Marron Valley (S.T.P.H.)_
Marron Valley Branch..
Marron Valley lunction-Oliver (S.T.P.H.)
136.13
137.28
140.41
5,792.69
465.33
16.64
"399783
155.29
1,742.55
258.22
1,564.28
2,224.62
125.98
79.47
2,805.65
59.46
2,489.38
80.59
861.02
General
$63.84
551.46
1,349.14
714.62
108.86
5,476.81
442.36
15,222.76
198.88
2,933.29
783.86
524.82
569.02
3,769.46
212.94
4,016.73
2,514.48
184.43
1,961.93
6,400.00
363.43
5,522.78
2,329.79
3,628.29
200.18
2,693.31
Total
$404.55
649.73
1,349.14
714.62
244.99
5,614.09
582.77
21,015.45
664.21
2,949.93
783.86
924.65
724.31
5,512.01
471.16
5,581.01
4,739.10
310.41
2,041.40
6,400.00
363.43
8,328.43
2,389.25
6,117.67
280.77
3,554.33
$46,394.59
105,647.59
1,500.00
Carried forward     $19,973.80    $62,737.47    $82,711.27      $153,542.18 N  156
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 237 («)-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments :
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
63.
66.
70.
7.
72.
74.
75.
78.
19.
80.
10.
2.
83.
86.
115.
116.
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
97.
99.
104.
105.
108.
145r.
42r.
Brought forward
Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls..
McLean Creek	
Okanagan Falls streets 	
Oliver-Osoyoos  (S.T.P.H.)  .
One Mile-Princeton 	
Osoyoos orchards
Oliver-Camp McKinney 	
Penticton-Green Mountain
Penticton-Carmi  	
Penticton Creek	
9.    Penticton-Summerland
Penticton-Marron Valley lunction.
Princeton-Hedley (S.T.P.H.) 	
Princeton-Otter Lake 	
Princeton streets 	
Princeton Cemetery 	
Princeton-Stirling Creek 	
Richter Pass 	
Reserve 	
Shingle Creek
Similkameen City-Burr
South Keremeos roads _
S.O.L.P. roads 	
South Similkameen 	
Summers Creek	
Snow-removal
$19,973.80
Tulameen Coal Mine	
Twin Lakes 	
White Lake	
White Lake Branch	
Yellow Lake-Sheep Creek	
Flood-control work on Ellis Creek	
Purchase of gravel-pit	
Main Street  (Osoyoos)	
Main   Street   (Penticton)	
Opening   Similkameen   River   channel,
Cawston	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools	
Garage Account	
Unemployment insurance 	
Outside Parties Account (Credit)
General
$62,737.47
114.24 287.24
47.50 1,537.24
  670.95
360.64 2,021.03
6,068.43 5,731.84
251.59 8,632.45
54.50 1,084.80
1,159.28 2,988.60
568.50 1,188.64
44.00 310.40
121.35 6,011.59
413.40 271.62
2,921.63 3,819.23
269.08 150.69
4,124.63 5,315.98
90.31 60.14
852.19 1,881.14
227.22 496.12
46.45 773.69
428.48 751.91
160.53    	
308.24 1,639.00
297.39 22,373.49
44.76 2,924.03
626.03 1,005.41
141.49 140.38
  289.00
112.67 588.75
195.60 11.80
  351.63
  400.00
  799.40
  4,242.34
37.28 2,259.07
  3,850.78
696.84 1,026.13
  14,143.53
  5,830.23
  5,060.86
  1,040.65
  328.65
Roads,
Total
$82,711.27
401.48
1,584.74
670.95
2,381.67
11,800.27
8,884.04
1,139.30
4,147.88
1,757.14
354.40
6,132.94
685.02
6,740.86
419.77
9,440.61
150.45
2,733.33
723.34
820.14
1,180.39
160.53
1,947.24
22,670.88
2,968.79
1,631.44
281.87
289.00
701.42
207.40
351.63
400.00
799.40
4,242.34
2,296.35
3,850.78
1,722.97
14,143.53
5,830.23
5,060.86
1,040.65
328.65
$40,758.05 $146,083.54 $186,841.59
$153,542.18
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
186,841.59
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
62.
63.
73.
29.
31.
32.
33.
111.
112.
129.
130.
131.
36.
Five Mile-Princeton No. 4	
Five Miles-Princeton No. 5	
Hedley streets 	
Marron Valley lunction-Oliver No. 1..
Marron Valley lunction-Oliver No. 3..
Marron Valley lunction-Oliver No. 4 .
Marron Valley lunction-Oliver No. 5..
Osoyoos orchard
Oliver-Camp McKinney No. 2	
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 5
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 6
Penticton-Green Mountain No. 7_
Penticton-Summerland 	
..(Credit)
$321.45
165.01
338.28
3,002.10
1,404.21
993.81
305.41
380.10
283.02
462.06
2,465.43
167.04
2,224.04
Carried forward.
$8,063.88      $340,383.77 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 157
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward  $8,063.88      $340,383.77
Reg. No.
38.    Penticton-Marron Valley lunction No. 2  4,089.08
16.    Princeton-Hedley No. 4  232.80
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,710.61
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance  14,096.37
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Hope-Princeton
Snow-removal        General Total
1.    Hope-Princeton (S.T.P.H.)   $73,970.85 $240,650.69 $314,621.54
Garage Account           2,705.75 2,705.75
Plant and tools          3,493.66 3,493.66
Unemployment insurance           1,126.92 1,126.92
Outside Parties Account           1,849.63 1,849.63
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)         4,275.53 4,275.53
$73,790.85 $245,551.12 $319,521.97
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Hope-Princeton        319,521.97
Vote 238—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Department's proportion of cost of replacing Fairview Road (Village of Oliver)      $5,995.10
Total, Vote 238—Local Highways with Municipal Limits  5,995.10
Total expenditure, Similkameen District      $679,997.21
Summary of Expenditures, Similkameen District
District expenditures as detailed above  $679,997.21
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 169)  19,331.16
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 175)._ 180,037.66
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  214,021.53
Grand total, Similkameen District  $1,093,387.56
SKEENA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads
Kitwanga-Hazelton Road (Nash Gullies) 1     $24,635.22
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads         $24,635.22
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Terrace (west) (Project No. 184)        $2,278.35
Hot Springs Road (Project No. 185)         4,212.59
East approach, Smithers Bridge (Project No. 186)  255.60
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads  6,746.54
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
97.   Anlaw Bridge over Skeena River on the Kispiox Valley Road
(Project No. 48)   $260,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges ....        260,000.00
Carried forward       $291,381.76 N 158 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward       $291,381.76
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges
Reg. No.
97.    Anlaw Bridge over Skeena River on Kispiox Valley Road (Project
No. 48)      $53,209.52
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges 53,209.52
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
2. Adams   $105.82 $1,363.45 $1,469.27
Agar   10.89 355.80 366.69
3. Aitken       310.92 310.92
1.    Amsbury  377.83 150.33 528.16
11.    Babine-Iollymore   167.76 474.76 642.52
9.    Brauns Island  519.10 4.94 524.04
Bulkley Canyon       410.08 410.08
170.    Cedarvale Ferry  81.60 149.02 230.62
17.    Cedarvale-Woodcock   673.97 298.86 972.83
105.    Cedar River        203.49 203.49
13.    Cronin  .  614.20 3,152.89 3,767.09
Davis       499.14 499.14
23.    Driftwood   953.21 3,179.71 4,132.92
87.    Eby   586.27 1,895.75 2,482.02
60.    Eckman   151.58 500.69 652.27
111.    Engman  24.10 1,073.14 1,097.24
110.    Evelyn Station   79.11 269.70 348.81
124.    Gilbert  75.19 316.52 391.71
103.    Glacier Gulch  346.75 254.38 601.13
30.    Glen Meadow-Salmon Creek  302.44 162.12 464.56
139.    Graham   287.18 358.85 646.03
8.    Hampton        652.21 652.21
137.    Hazelton streets   77.58 305.48 383.06
35.    Hudson Bay Mountain  2,019.98 2,054.38 4,074.36
37.    Hynes Settlement  199.93 457.48 657.41
43. Kalum   ' 5,746,37 17,014.32 22,760.69
29. Kalum Street (south)   987.69 321.10 1,308.79
104. Kathlyn Lake (west side)   172.74 563.04 735.78
45. Keith  1,416.64 3,181.94 4,598.58
49. Kispiox Valley  1,350.52 4,252.91 5,603.43
40. Kitwanga Valley  2,787.61 2,962.20 5,749.81
40. Kitwanga-Kitwancool        885.91 885.91
41. Kitwanga-Andimaul        395.84 395.84
52. Lakelse Lake   2,357.32 1,802.43 4,159.75
55. Lakelse Hot Springs  2,497.12 1,054.27 3,551.39
99. Lanfere  268.31 373.17 641.48
122. Malkow   65.65 153.17 218.82
57. Merkley  78.75 99.27 178.02
61. McCabe     71.35 279.35 350.70
125. Newens .  167.74 34.19 201.93
62. New Hazelton High Level  375.07 1,574.46 1,949.53
64. Nine Mile Mountain  344.68 1,318.12 1,662.80
25. Owens ..     140.23 317.75 457.98
109. Palmeson  57.82 171.45 229.27
66. Poplar Park       496.76 496.76
300. Port Essington streets  527.02 3,901.61 4,428.63
7. Remo Ferry               606.42 10,343.33 10,949.75
Sherwood   74.35 223.36 297.71
281. Silver Lake  238.87     238.87
146. Silver Standard Mine  231.55 1,530.71 1,762.26
92. Skeena West (north)       284.88 284.88
93. Skeena West (south)        239.88 239.88
163. Smithers-Babine   2,510.44 5,126.79 7,637.23
19. Snake                    499.49 835.92 1,335.41
96. Station Road-Usk  278.27 97.50 375.77
48 Swan                                                1,075.88 1,075.88
$105.82
$1,363.45
10.89
355.80
310.92
377.83
150.33
167.76
474.76
519.10
4.94
410.08
81.60
149.02
673.97
298.86
203.49
614.20
3,152.89
499.14
953.21
3,179.71
586.27
1,895.75
151.58
500.69
24.10
1,073.14
79.11
269.70
75.19
316.52
346.75
254.38
302.44
162.12
287.18
358.85
652.21
77.58
305.48
2,019.98
2,054.38
199.93
457.48
■ 5,746,37
17,014.32
987.69
321.10
172.74
563.04
1,416.64
3,181.94
1,350.52
4,252.91
2,787.61
2,962.20
885.91
395.84
2,357.32
1,802.43
2,497.12
1,054.27
268.31
373.17
65.65
153.17
78.75
99.27
71.35
279.35
167.74
34.19
375.07
1,574.46
344.68
1,318.12
140.23
317.75
57.82
171.45
496.76
527.02
3,901.61
606.42
10,343.33
74.35
223.36
238.87
231.55
1,530.71
284.88
Carried forward 1-    $31,506.51    $79,765.60 $111,272.11      $344,591.28 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE
N 159
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
90.
107.
167.
143.
141.
173.
102.
33c.
33b.
33a.
33.
32.
91.
77.
50r.
51r.
Tatlow 	
Telkwa High	
Terrace Airport	
Yelich 	
Zobnic 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Skeena City-Terrace	
Terrace-Usk  _	
Usk-Pacific 	
Pacific-Kitwanga 	
Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing	
Skeena Crossing-South Hazelton .	
South Hazelton-Moricetown	
Moricetown-Smithters 	
Smithers-Omineca Boundary	
Smithers (Arterial) ...
Terrace (Arterial)
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Stamp Account   (unemployment insurance) 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account	
Supervision 	
Outside Parties Account	
Snow-removal
$31,506.51
329.34
2,224.83
80.40
45.39
14,561.11
5,050.15
2,748.56
3,603.49
844.33
2,008.68
2,454.81
3,582.54
1,336.45
120.06
1,037.14
1,231.62
288.26
General Total
$79,765.60 $111,272.11
343.27
2,720.08
170.62
78.55
126.57
22,042.96
17,043.33
2,872.03
5,513.89
2,174.02
1,499.62
2,417.43
4,525.06
1,919.25
555.41
3,989.04
1,240.55
1,875.68
3,205.35
14,774.74
262.65
2,151.00
913.21
672.61
4,944.91
170.62
158.95
171.96
36,604.07
22,093.48
5,620.59
9,117.38
3,018.35
3,508.30
4.872.24
8,107.60
3,255.70
675.47
5,026.18
2,472.17
1,875.68
3,205.35
15,063.00
262.65
2,151.00
913.21
$73,053.67 $165,769.21 $238,822.8
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways
58b. Smithers (Secondary) 	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Classified Highways	
$629.27
$344,591.28
238,822.88
629.27
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:   Maintenance
243.
182.
357.
31.
346.
199.
50.
173.
330.
65.
359.
232.
350.
83.
337.
348.
90.
135.
105.
170.
Bridges generally (equipment)
Cedar Creek	
Chimdemash 	
Conglomerate	
Douglas Creek	
Exchamsiks  .,_.
Giggey
Haguelget Suspension
Hall Creek	
Kitsumgallum 	
Lean-to 	
Log Creek
New Hazelton Overhead
Polymar	
Porphry 	
Shames 	
Slickenslide 	
Spring Creek No. 2 .
Terrace	
Two Bridge Creek ...
Whisky
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance.
Carried forward	
$1,715.96
348.18
682.34
203.29
620.42
296.65
198.01
11,857.62
499.58
287.97
553.73
206.40
710.25
298.07
929.57
294.01
910.51
2,334.23
698.24
692.54
158.65
2,143.73
26,639.95
$610,683.38 N 160 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
SKEENA DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward       $610,683.38
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
Reg. No.
78. Cedarvale   $5,645.96
79. Copper River  3,406.29
80. Hazelton  3,414.88
81. Kitwanga   4,102.65
82. Remo   71.98
83. Usk   6,023.68
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries  22,665.44
Total expenditure, Skeena District       $633,348.82
Summary of Expenditures, Skeena District
District expenditures as detailed above  $633,348.82
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  91,753.50
Grand total, Skeena District  $725,102.32
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
2. Imperial Street       $889.45 $889.45
3. Marine   $1,709.30 18,432.75 20,142.05
University Endowment Lands      10,000.00 10,000.00
Garage Account        857.40 857.40
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)      4,961.69 4,961.69
Plant and tools    '  552.44 552.44
$1,709.30    $25,770.35    $27,479.65
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         $27,479.65
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District        $27,479.65
Summary of Expenditures, Vancouver-Point Grey District
District expenditures as detailed above  $27,479.65
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report .  Nil
Grand total, Vancouver-Point Grey District     $27,479.65
YALE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
1.    Trans-Canada Highway (American Creek-Choate Section) (Project
No. 98)          $385.59
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads .  $385.39
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
35.    Merritt-Kamloops Road (Miles 18-19) (Project No. 208)  $933.90
44.    Spences Bridge-Merritt Road (Miles 32.5-35)  (Project No. 204)      20,000.00
70.    Merritt-Princeton Road (Miles 60-65) (Project No. 131)       50,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  70,933.90
Carried forward 1         $71,319.29 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N  161
YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward           $71,319.29
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Reg. No.
1.    Trans-Canada Highway (Cisco West Section) (Project No. 108) _   $46,889.37
1.    Trans-Canada Highway (Robbins Creek-Hells Gate Section, 0.8
mile) (Project No. 137) _      51,599.43
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):  Trans-Canada Roads 98,488.80
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
61.    Hope Bridge redecking (Project No. 62)     $63,000.00
85.    Alexandra Bridge redecking (Project No. 65)        17,898.23
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):  Trans-Canada Bridges 80,898.23
Vote 237 (a)—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Snow-removal General Total
3. Aberdeen Mine  $86.58 $65.44 $152.02
4. Anderson   372.17 367.91 740.08
9.    Blakeburn   109.04 3,097.58 3,206.62
11. Brookmere   1,866.78 305.82 2,172.60
12. Chaumox    1,056.96 918.32 1,975.28
14.    Coalmont  _. 9,632.30 7,832.27 17,464.57
16. Coalmont streets       2,000.00 2,000.00
17. Coldwater   1,965.17 3,202.42 5,167.59
21. Coutlee Mountain       212.00 212.00
22. Coyote Valley  .  54.52 503.11 557.63
25. Douglas Lake   977.76 4,115.38 5,093.14
26. Eight Mile  129.25 152.83 282.08
91.    Fraser        205.38 205.38
33.    Iron Mountain   457.27 332.22 789.49
35. Kamloops ...._:  7,014.03 20,266.62 27,280.65
36. Kane Valley   958.66 1,336.93 2,295.59
99.    Landstrom    62.00 241.47 303.47
40.    Lauder   188.27 297.40 485.67
102. Lindgren (Kawkawa Lake)  65.00 295.19 360.19
43. Lindley Creek   264.06      264.06
46.    Mamette Lake   2,752.25 2,875.82 5,628.07
55. Mill Creek   140.64 361.58 502.22
56. Minnie Lake   354.67 478.00 832.67
98.    Othello   357.53 2,523.95 2,881.48
63. Patchett   136.50 296.96 433.46
64. Penask Lake       602.75 602.75
65. Petite Creek  42.10 1,016.92 1,059.02
. 70.    Princeton    13,739.30 11,749.42 25,488.72
72.    Rey Lake        740.25 740.25
74.    Rice   297.16 131.42 428.58
59.    Silver Creek  71.50 1,370.74 1,442.24
44. Spences Bridge   8,930.25 19,453.02 28,383.27
76.    Sunshine Valley  167.89 628.33 796.22
103. Tom Berry (Old Yale)  50.00 220.63 270.63
1.    Trans-Canada Highway  39,797.01 56,535.94 96,332.95
82.   Voght Valley       154.58 154.58
Sundry roads (units under $150)  ; 326.91 860.12 1,187.03
Plant and tools      10,354.01 10,354.01
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)      5,605.98 5,605.98
$92,423.53 $156,102.73 $248,526.26
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads, Trails, and Streets         248,526.26
Carried forward       $499,232.58 N 162
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
YALE DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward	
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges: Maintenance
Reg. No.
85. Alexandra  $479.49
102. Anderson  2,430.68
252. Canford   1,418.75
112. Cisco  217.95
75. Clarke  217.63
175. Coalmont (Smart Creek)  2,017.81
261. Colletville    261.74
241. Curnow  549.26
451. Edna Lake  2,617.29
67. Emory  479.07
74. Flume   195.81
149. Gisy's    333.59
319. Leith   304.66
92. La Neve   188.47
262. Middlesboro   1,386.64
359. Myron   1,328.46
144. McCarthy  333.03
111. Nigger Creek :  216.61
104. Nine  Mile    517.08
80. Overhead   327.49
91. Palmer    371.81
334. Patchett   1,350.52
288. Quilchena Reserve  205.25
79. Sailor Bar  670.73
90. Sidehill   392.05
518. Silver  Creek    1,064.33
305. Slough   1,023.42
293. Smith   180.17
81. Spuzzum   658.98
103. Stoyoma   2,126.32
83. Swan   996.81
113. Tank Creek  1,911.63
84. Tierney   314.43
82. Urquhart   178.90
281. Voght Street   206.50
71. Yale   157.30
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,864.42
$499,232.58
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges:  Maintenance..
29,495.08
Vote 237 (a)—Ferries
91.    North Bend Aerial Ferry	
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Ferries	
Total expenditure, Yale District..
$23,177.96
23,177.96
$551,905.62
Summary of Expenditures, Yale District
District expenditures as detailed above  $551,905.62
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 169)  25,098.99
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see pp. 175, 176) 1,080,321.69
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 179)  38,985.59
Grand total, Yale District  $1,696,311.89 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 163
VICTORIA
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
Project No.
Colony Farm, Essondale—
6-B-2.             Extension to heating plant and sewage-disposal $3,457.00
6-B-6.             Erection of feed-barn and implement-shed  726.00
6-B-9.             Dairy, feeding-barn, equipment, etc. (replacements of incendiary fire-loss)  398.50
      $4,581.50
65-B.       Creston Police Building and addition to Court-house (women's
cell)        2,815.00
Essondale—
5-B-4.             Home for Aged—roads, curbs, sidewalks, etc. $7,414.02
5-B-5.             Coal-conveyer   4,923.19
5-B-7.              Dry-cleaning plant, laundry,, and stores building    4,048.12
5-B-10. Power-house—installation of boiler and firing
equipment     28,975.94
5-B-12.           Admission Unit (Crease Clinic)   56,522.77
5-B-17.           Bake-shop—extension of building and installation of oven    14,888.35
  116,772.39
15-B.       Extension to King's Printer Building  18,087.06
103-B.     Motor Licence Office, New Westminster—purchase of site  12,000.00
7-B-2.      New Westminster Mental Hospital—100-bed unit  1,147.82
31-B.       T.B. Hospital, Vancouver  455,793.42
10-B-6.    Tranquille Sanatorium—remodel Infirmary Building  (conversion of two-room and balcony areas to four-bed wards)
(day-labour)  21,498.22
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b):   Buildings      $632,695.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
49-B.       Burns Lake equipment-shed, Omineca District (West)—equipment-shed, garage, and storage building, Burns Lake       $2,436.60
6-B-4.    • Colony Farm, Essondale—construction of two silos         2,347.25
65-B.       Creston Police Building and addition to Court-house        8,197.92
Essondale—
5-B-l. Three 50-bed nurses' home units  $8.17
5-B-7. Dry-cleaning plant, laundry, and stores building     10,974.83
5-B-ll. Recreational Therapy Building     107,921.23
5-B-15. Home for Aged—one 100-bed unit .     121,479.63
5-B-20. New boiler        7,310.89
■     247,694.75
40-B.       Golden Police Building—additions and alterations         6,703.53
56-B.       Mile 36, Hope-Princeton Road—garage and equipment-sheds  245.50
36-B.       Lillooet Court-house—addition  798.26
New Westminster Mental Hospital (Woodlands School) —
7-B-2. 100-bed hospital        $2,305.89
Three 100-bed units (Units 2, 3, and 4)  964.41
3,270.30
Oakalla Prison Farm—
39-B. New cell block and alterations, including two
new boilers and extension of boiler-room $151,096.79
69-B. Refrigeration equipment, Oakalla Prison Farm 187.52
     151,284.31
64-B.       Ocean Falls Court-house         1,616.83
58-B.       Pouce Coupe garage building         3,250.73
55-B.       Princeton garage building  822.60
45-B.       Quesnel office building  622.64
53-B.       Quesnel garage building        4,412.73
24-B.      Terrace hospital building—purchase of, alterations to building,
and furnishings     151,751.68
61-B.       Parliament Buildings Annex—Office Annex No.  3, Superior
Street   948.85
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings        586,404.48
Carried forward    $1,219,099.89 N 164 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
VICTORIA—Continued
Brought forward    $1,219,099.89
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
Project No.
66-B.       Abbotsford  general  office  building — construction,  equipping,
furniture, etc.        $4,265.07
91-B.       Chilliwack Government Building       12,845.76
76-B.       Clinton Court-house—addition;   contract includes heat, paint,
contingencies, Clerk of Works       13,666.05
6-B-3.      Colony Farm, Essondale—shop building and Quonset-barn doors        2,896.00
71-B.       Courtenay  equipment-shed—construction  of  eight-bay  equipment-shed at Courtenay         4,284.30
79-B.       Deaf and Blind School, Vancouver—building, roadways, etc.,
furniture and equipment     207,654.47
86-B.       M.V.B. Drill Hall, Menzies Street—installation of electric service elevator and necessary air-conditioning        6,265.90
Essondale—
5-B. Ground improvements at Provincial Mental
Hospitals, New Westminster and Essondale, and Home for the Aged       $9,045.41
5-B-l. Three Nurses' Homes—furniture, etc  80.34
5-B-ll. Recreational Therapy Building     116,446.41
5-B-15. 100-bed unit—furnishings and completion  141.89
5-B-22. Coal-storage bunkers  _       27,939.71
     153,653.76
77-B.       Floods—stockyard, storeroom, weighing-house, scale foundation,
pump-house       16,662.85
56-B.       Mile 36, Hope-Princeton Road—garage and equipment-sheds....      88,812.56
56-B.       Hope-Princeton duplex          2,843.45
84-B.       Hospital Insurance Office Building, Michigan Street, Victoria     191,658.27
85-B.       Kamloops Lockup—lockup at Kamloops Gaol         1,928.79
15-B.       King's Printer Building, Victoria—addition       27,031.60
97-B.       Marpole Infirmary—construction of a vocational therapy addition      22,362.90
New  Westminster  Mental  Hospital   (Woodlands
School)—
7-B-8. X-ray room—construction        $3,601.61
7-B-10. New  200-horsepower  boiler,  plus  necessary
equipment          1,169.63
7-B-ll. Fencing       10,431.03
7-B-12. Cemetery extension  —_       3,087.50
18,289.77
88-B.       Oakalla Prison Farm—vegetable-storage shed         3,914.43
82-B.       Ocean Falls Court-house—alterations      20,000.00
62-B.       Permanent office building, Government Street, Victoria 1,053,059.19
70-B.       Pouce Coupe equipment-shed—construction of eight-bay equipment-shed at Pouce Coupe...       14,752.48
72-B.       Quesnel equipment-shed—construction of eight-bay equipment-
shed at Quesnel       13,514.20
74-B.       Rossland equipment-shed—construction of eight-bay equipment-
shed and garage at Rossland       24,598.30
Saanich Mental Hospital, Colquitz—
9-B-8.              Preliminary work, roads, power, water, sewerage, drains, etc.   $5.90
Airing-court—new airing-court and pavilion.       4,278.45
4,284.35
92-B.       Superior Street property—626 Superior Street, Victoria ... 7,000.00
Tranquille Sanatorium—
10-B-2.           Tranquille nurses' home and farm boarding-
house   $986.68
10-B-5. Tranquille electrical system         1,315.46
8-B-4. Tranquille farm piggery  237.66
2,539.80
73-B. Vanderhoof equipment-shed—construction of eight-bay equipment-shed and garage at Vanderhoof to replace building
destroyed by. fire  622.12
25-B-l.    Vernon Home for Aged—alterations and furnishings to provide
40 beds  817.45
90-B.       Vancouver Court-house—alterations        11,260.23
68-B.    • Vancouver property, Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir Building—
purchase of property, land, and building north-west     135,698.19
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b):   Buildings     2,067,182.24
Carried forward...    $3,286,282.13 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 165
VICTORIA—Continued
Brought forward....    $3,286,282.13
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g):
University Buildings
Applied Science Building  $63 ■, 124.08
Biological Sciences Building  119,398.78
Women's Residence Building  586,423.61
War Memorial Gymnasium  200,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g):  University Buildings .....        968,946.47
Capital Account—" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 ":
University Buildings
Addition to power-house   $37.50
Biological Sciences Building and Pharmacy Wing  115,123.98
Ground  services  for  area  south  of  University  Boulevard—
Medical and Biological Sciences area  5,537.68
Preventive Medicine and Bacteriology Building  891,951.25
War Memorial Gymnasium  50,000.00
Total, "B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 ":   University Buildings ...     1,062,650.41
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (a): Buildings
Project No.
94-B.       Courtenay Courthouse (contract)  $60,647.30
96-B.       Nelson Land Registry Office—alterations and additions  12,895.91
82-B.       Ocean Falls Court-house—alterations to old Court-house  3,015.04
89-B.       Vancouver Health Laboratory and Clinic Building  2,123.61
24-B.       Terrace Home for the Aged  60,467.17
102-B.     Victoria College Library Annex  28,249.37
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (a):   Buildings         167,398.40
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (b):
University Buildings
New boiler—purchase and installation of new boiler in power
plant   $175.59
Bacteriology  and  Preventive  Medicine Buliding—Wing  " B "
Central and "A" Wing  74,683.13
Head house for greenhouse, Department of Horticulture  32,878.04
Turkey Research Building  10,704.00
Poultry Service Building  42,984.50
Faculty of Law Building—constructing and equipping of building   46,409.06
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (b):  University Buildings         207,834.32
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):
Weigh-scales
Installation of highway-traffic weigh-scales, etc. (Project No. 136)      $5,766.72
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Weigh-scales  5,766.72
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):
Permanent Bridges
Paint for highway bridges (Project No. 25)       $3,306.99
Purchase and fabrication of steelwork for spans (Project No. 71)      56,898.54
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges 60,205.53
Carried forward    $5,759,083.98 N 166 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
VICTORIA—Continued
Brought forward.   $5,759,083.98
Vote 237 (a)—Roads Generally
Miscellaneous expenditures and materials  $226,843.28
Leases   127.00
Mining roads         1,274.80
Car insurance—■
Charges      $42,587.46
Recoveries (Credit)      42,522.93
64.53
$228,309.61
Centre-line   marking   (plant   repair  and   rental)
 (Credit) $6,699.80
Location Engineer (plant repair and rental)(Credit) 864.98
Construction Engineer (plant repair and rental)
 (Credit) 1,492.82
Surfacing Engineer (plant repair and rental)(Credit) 3,907.95
Surfacing  Engineer   (Mixing  Plants   O-6-E   and
O-7-E)  (Credit) 1,970.31
Gravel-crushing .. (Credit) 212,740.00   227,675.86
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Roads Generally  633.75
Vote 237 (a)—Centre-line Marking
Centre-line marking throughout the Province     $51,813.52
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Centre-line Marking  51,813.52
Vote 237 (a)—Bridges Generally
Bridges generally      $6,849.06
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Bridges Generally.  6,849.06
Vote 237 (a)—Machinery
Purchase of machinery. .  $250,912.10
Total, Vote 237 (a)—Machinery         250,912.10
Total expenditure, Victoria    $6,069,292.41 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 167
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):
Surveys
Alberni District
Cameron Lake-Port Alberni  $411.31
Cariboo District (North)
141-Mile House-Macalister  23,551.92
Cariboo District (South)
Deep Creek Bridge      $1,212.24
83-Mile House-Lac la Hache (B.C.L.S.)  299.85
Lac la Hache-141-Mile House        2,738.08
  4,250.17
Chilliwack District
Cheam Creek Bridges (Trans-Canada Highway)      $2,424.61
Vedder River Canal (" River-bank Protection Act ")        4,995.38
Columbia District
Golden-Leanchoil (Trans-Canada Highway)     $18,783.82
Big Bend Highway, East Section (Trans-Canada Highway)       16,745.36
Comox District
Campbell River  $ 1,095.43
Wellington-Lantzville   1,841.76
Qualicum-Bowser (right-of-way)   10,741.00
Robert's Hill-Sayward Road  1,836.51
Qualicum-Hilliers  .  4,140.15
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Nanaimo-Ladysmith (Trans-Canada Highway)  $22,144.95
Chainage, Island Highway (Trans-Canada Highway)  205.51
Lake Cowichan-Youbou  390.44
Cranbrook District
Arterial Highway through Kimberley      $1,822.16
Cranbrook-Kingsgate  -....         15,702.17
Delta District
White House Corner-Langley (Trans-Canada Highway)       $5,295.37
Langley-McLellan           2,430.50
Dewdney District
loco-Deer Lake   $465.76
BuntzenLake Road  1,857.71
Fraser Mills-Port Coquitlam  3,991.31
Deroche-Agassiz   17,870.21
Esquimalt District
Victoria-Goldstream (Trans-Canada Highway)  $14,308.67
Chainage, Island Highway (Trans-Canada Highway)  205.52
Parson's Bridge-Colwood (B.C.L.S.)  1,168.97
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Nine Mile-Bridesville  $2,897.12
Rock Creek Canyon Bridge  157.58
Overhead crossing, Christina Lake  5,981.98
Boundary Falls-Greenwood (right-of-way) .  1,640.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood  18,284.46
Midway customs site, U.S. Boundary (right-of-way)  1,648.00
7,419.99
35,529.18
19,654.85
22,740.90
17,524.33
7,725.87
24,184.99
15,683.16
30,609.14
Carried forward. .       $209,285.81 N 168 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):
Surveys—Continued
Brought forward       $209,285.81
Kamloops District
Savona-Cherry Creek (Trans-Canada Highway)      $6,820.50
Cherry Creek-Cornwall (B.C.L.S., Trans-Canada Highway)        6,068.77
Savona-Deadman Creek (Trans-Canada Highway)       11,629.18
Lillooet District
West Vancouver-Squamish   $ 16,883.22
Pemberton Meadows   2,989.37
Deadman Creek-Cache Creek (Trans-Canada Highway)  3,271.00
Cache Creek-Clinton (B.C.L.S.)  3,820.40
. Nelson-Creston District
South Slocan revision _  $2,618.64
Kootenay Bay-Riondel  4,266.55
Nelson-Nelway  369.14
Wynndel-Kuskanook  .  11,397.45
North Vancouver District
West Vancouver-Squamish  $8,454.64
Capilano River  1,851.51
Dollarton Highway extension  3,051.31
Rossland-Trail District
Robson-Deer Park _ . $255.98
Trail-Castlegar ....    10,174.39
Rossland-Paterson  335.09
Rossland Arterial Highway :  2,984.38
Saanich District
Victoria-Patricia Bay __._       $3,719.55
Bazan Bay-Sidney I .  158.17
Salmon Arm District
Falkland (east) _______ ______ : ....     $3,848.92
Westwold-Falkland (B.C.L.S.)  781.51
24,518.45
26,963.99
Mackenzie District
Gibsons Landing-Port Mellon    4,900.75
Nanaimo-Islands District
Nanaimo-Ladysmith (Trans-Canada Highway)      $3,428.95
Nanaimo-Wellington         3,205.61
Chainage, Island Highway (Trans-Canada Highway)  104.35
6,738.91
18,651.78
13,357.46
Okanagan District (North)
Larkin-Vernon       $1,551.61
Schweb's Bridge-Vernon       15,280.92
Okanagan Highway, Oyama Section         6,044.66
  22,877.19
Okanagan District (South)
Winfield-Posthill  1,835.23
Peace River District
Pouce Coupe-Tupper Creek  555.07
Revelstoke District
Big Bend Highway, West Section (Trans-Canada Highway)     $28,610.37
Revelstoke-Sicamous (Trans-Canada Highway)       17,035.96
45,646.33
13,749.84
3,877.72
4,630.43
Carried forward .       $397,588.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 169
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):
Surveys—Continued
Brought forward       $397,588.96
Similkameen District
Waterman Hill-Okanagan Falls  $2,837.42
Penticton-Winslow   9,031.84
Oliver (south) (B.C.L.S.)   1,103.11
Princeton-Hedley (right-of-way, B.C.L.S.)  3,976.73
Keremeos-Kaleden (B.C.L.S.)  .  1,133.42
Penticton (south)   1,248.64
Yale District
Yale-Alexandra (Trans-Canada Highway)  $4,802.96
Yale-Hope (Trans-Canada Highway)  17,361.64
Spences Bridge (B.C.L.S., Trans-Canada Highway)  2,934.39
19,331.16
25,098.99
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Surveys      $442,019.11 N 170 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER-STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Alberni District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Four Mile Creek-Port Alberni (Stations 456+00 to 626 +
10, 3.22 miles) (Project No. 223)     $13,268.34
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads ....    $13,268.34
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
River Bend Bridge, Somass River (Project No. 82)       $1,824.46
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Bridges....        1,824.46
Total expenditure, Alberni District        $15,092.80
Burnaby District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Hastings-Barnett (Project No. 211)     $17,116.98
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads.     $17,116.98
Total expenditure, Burnaby District  17,116.98
Cariboo District (South)
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Cariboo Road—Miles 57-70 and extension, Miles 70-83,
Miles 94-100, Clinton-Mile 57, Maiden Creek-Clinton,
and Cache Creek-Maiden Creek (Project No. 12)  $827,058.45
Cariboo Road—100-Mile House-Lac la Hache (Project No.
115)          6,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads.  $833,058.45
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)        833,058.45
Chilliwack District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
Vedder Canal Bridge (Project No. 38)  $285,749.14
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Bridges  $285,749.14
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Vedder Canal Bridge approaches (Project No. 188)  $147,681.36
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads      147,681.36
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District         433,430.50
Carried forward. .    $ 1,298,698.73 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 171
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $ 1,298,698.73
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Approaches to Diamond Overhead Crossing (Project No. 189) $159,737.83
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads   $159,737.83
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District         159,737.83
Cranbrook District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Fort Steele-Wardner
and extension, Wardner-Iaffray, laffray-Elko, and
Wardner (north) (Project No. 15)      $2,052.60
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads......     $2,052.60
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  2,052.60
Dewdney District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Port Coquitlam-Ioco Crossing (Project No. 190)  $122,983.33
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads...... $122,983.33
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
loco Overhead Crossing (Project No. 84)     $57,784.75
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent
Bridges        57,784.75
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Miles 93.12-94.11, 94.11-96.81, 97.61-98.74, and extension,
lackass Mountain (Project No. 92)  $447,102.56
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads      447,102.56
Total expenditure, Dewdney District        627,870.64
Fernie District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Fort Steele-Wardner
and extension, Wardner-Iaffray, laffray-Elko, and
Wardner (north) (Project No. 15)  $154,778.45
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  $154,778.45
Carried forward   $154,778.45   $2,088,359.80 N 172 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Fernie District—Continued
Brought forward    $154,778.45   $2,088,359.80
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Jaffray Overhead Crossing (Project No. 67)     $70,247.45
Elko Overhead Crossing, C.P.R. (Project No. 76)       69,381.49
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent
Bridges      139,628.94
Capital Account—" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges
Wardner Slough Bridge (Project No. 50)  $346.00
Big Sand Creek Bridge (Project No. 51)         1,356.03
Little Sand Creek Bridge (Project No. 52) :  870.00
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,  1946," Sec.
2 (a):   Bridges         2,572.03
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Wardner-Iaffray Section (Project No. 15) (Credit) $15.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads.(Credit) 15.00
Total expenditure, Fernie District         296,964.42
Fort George District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Section A-2—contract (Project No. 5) $249,962.97
Peace River Highway, Section A-2—engineering and material
(Project No. 5)       20,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads    .. $269,962.97
Total expenditure, Fort George District        269,962.97
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Capital Account—" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Rock Creek (west) (5.38 miles) and extension, Bridesville-
Johnson Creek (Project No. 116)       $2,034.34
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"  1944, Sec.
2 (a):   Roads       $2,034.34
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Ingram Bridge Section, Miles 223.5-226.8, and extension of Ingram
Bridge-Midway project to connect up with Kerr Creek
revision (5.87 miles) (Project No. 87)      $3,827.85
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Rock Creek (west)
(5.38 miles) and extension, Bridesville-Iohnson Creek
(Project No. 116)     180,000.00
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway — Anarchist Mountain
(Project No.  117)      469,990.26
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway — Grand Forks  (east)
(5.05 miles)  (Project No. 127)        86,874.67
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Bridesville-Nine Mile
Creek (7.4 miles)  (Project No. 192)     281,095.27
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads...... 1,021,788.05
Carried forward $1,023,822.39   $2,655,287.19 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 173
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Grand Forks-Greenwood—Continued
Brought forward $1,023,822.39   $2,655,287.19
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Ingram Bridge over Kettle River and Kettle Valley Railway,
about 5Vi miles west of Midway (Project No. 70)   $100,636.17
Boundary Falls Bridge (Project No. 73)  28,686.12
Rock Creek Bridge No. 33 (Project No. 78)  39,423.09
Rock   Creek   Bridge  over   Rock   Creek  Canyon   (Project
No. 80)   91,058.17
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent
Bridges      259,803.55
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood      1,283,625.94
Kamloops
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Revision at Cherry Creek (Project No. 113)       $4,803.13
Kamloops city limits east 12.93 miles (Project No. 222) ___    258,441.25
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_/):   Trans-
Canada Roads       $263,244.38
Total expenditure, Kamloops District         263,244.38
Lillooet District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Bonaparte River Bridges, Miles 0.5, 3.9, and 13.3, Cache
Creek-Maiden Creek Section of Cariboo Highway
(Project No. 79)  $122,120.89
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent
Bridges   $ 122,120.89
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
Bonaparte River Bridge, Mile 224.5 (Project No. 89)   $880.51
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Bridges  880.51
Total expenditure, Lillooet District          123,001.40
Nanaimo-Islands District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Millstone Bridge (Project No. 90) .       $2,067.60
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c): Permanent
Bridges        $2,067.60
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District  2,067.60
Nelson-Creston District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Nelson-Euphrates (Project No. 198) ....:     $73,990.43
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads ....    $73,990.43
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District..  73,990.43
Carried forward    $4,401,216.94 N 174 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $4,401,216.94
North Vancouver District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Capilano River channel work (Stations 0+00 to 35+50, 0.66
mile) (Project No. 219)    $19,952.85
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads ....   $19,952.85
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District  19,952.85
Peace River District
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Sections A-l and A-l extension—
engineering and material (Project No. 5)    $18,040.31
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads    $18,040.31
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Sections A-l and A-l extension—
engineering and material (Project No. 5)     $25,397.39
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads      25,397.39
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Sections A-l and A-l extension—
contract (Project No. 5)  $192,515.26
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a): Roads     192,515.26
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Sections A-l and A-l extension—
contract (Project No. 5)  $877,966.37
Peace River Highway, Sections A-l  and A-l  extension—
engineering and material (Project No. 5)      37,570.66
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads ....   915,537.03
Total expenditure, Peace River District      1,151,489.99
Rossland-Trail District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Rossland-Paterson (Project No. 205)  $112,024.64
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads .... $112,024.64
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District ._         112,024.64
Saanich District
Capital Account—" Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Patricia Bay Highway (Project No. 196)    $40,875.97
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads ....   $40,875.97
Total expenditure, Saanich District  40,875.97
Carried forward    $5,725,560.39 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 175
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $5,725,560.39
Salmon Arm District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Kamloops-Vernon,   Westwold-Falkland   Section   (Project
No. 139)   $136,500.00
Kamloops-Vernon, Falkland-Schweb's Bridge (Project No.
191)    345,427.83
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads... $481,927.83
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Salmon Arm (east) to Larch Hill (Project No. 128)      $2,478.95
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (dy.   Trans-
Canada Roads          2,478.95
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District         484,406.78
Similkameen District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Hope-Princeton Highway (Project No. 1)  $140,558.43
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads... $140,558.43
Capital Account—" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Hope-Princeton  Highway—contractors'  increases   (Project
No. 1)      $23,126.07
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2
(a):  Roads      23,126.07
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1946,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Hope-Princeton  Highway—contractors'  increases   (Project
No. 1)     $16,353.16
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads       16,353.16
Total expenditure, Similkameen District         180,037.66
Yale District
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Hope-Princeton Highway—widening at Mile 2 from Hope
(Project No. 214)  _     $34,918.64
Hope-Princeton Highway—rock fill at Bridal Falls (Project
No. 220)        15,543.41
Hope-Princeton Highway, Section A (Project No. 1)     102,643.20
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads .... $153,105.25
Carried forward  $153,105.25   $6,390,004.83 N 176 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Yale District—Continued
Brought forward  $ 153,105.25   $6,390,004.83
Capital Account—"Highway Development
Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Miles 93.12-94.11, 94.11-96.81, 97.61-98.74, and extension,
Jackass Mountain (Project No. 92)  $303,670.61
Replacement, Tunnel Bridge Nos.  114-118, east of Yale
(Project No. 105)  .     132,419.68
Alexandra (east) (Project No. 152)     407,479.31
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads     843,569.60
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Hope-Princeton  Highway — contractors'  increase   (Project
No. 1)      $83,646.84
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a): Roads       83,646.84
Total expenditure, Yale District       1,080,321.69
Grand total, Construction Engineer, Capital Account    $7,470,326.52 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 177
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
and
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1951," Sec. 2 (b):  Surfacing
Alberni District
1.    Beaver Creek Road     $27,614.73
10.    Central Lake Road  20,206.14
129r. Rogers Creek—Kingsway  12,760.62
Victoria Quay         2,328.56
100.    Canadian Highway  30,719.29
Canadian Highway—new section into Port Alberni (aggregate only) 18,000.00
District boundary to end of 1950 grading (aggregate only)         6,000.00
Burnaby District
Comox District
196.    Island Highway—
Dashwood to Cook Creek   $174,198.96
Fanny Bay Section  22,994.38
Sandwick revision  23,496.69
111b. Comox Avenue, Wharf Street, and Balmoral Avenue  6,330.64
3b. Courtenay  6,728.97
9.   Courtenay Road—Cumberland Pit (aggregate only)  7,740.10
120r. Island Highway—Campbell River  22,761.11
79a. Hilliers Road   19,442.56
474.    Canadian Highway  1,388.94
Canadian Highway—District boundary to end of 1950 grading
(aggregate only)   3,000.00
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Trans-Canada Highway—Duncan to Ladysmith  $270,817.49
Old Island Highway and Tzouhalem Road  18,509.84
31r. Island Highway  2,517.86
12.   Cedar Road  30,945.72
Henry Road, Mount Sicker Road  4,195.58
Trans-Canada Highway—Ladysmith to Nanaimo (aggregate only) 37,500.00
24.   North Shore Road  30,021.00
Cranbrook District
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at Yahk  $11,895.26
Wardner westerly (final) _ 16,956.88
Cranbrook southerly (aggregate only)  38,940.75
Curzon lunction northerly  29,054.25
105b. Chapman Camp (aggregate only)  504.75
Kootenay-Columbia Highway  22,024.19
Kootenay-Columbia Highway (pulvimixing)  2,633.80
$117,629.34
14r. and 135r. Hastings-Barnet (curb and gutter only) and Grandview-Douglas
Highway  3,071.33
Cariboo District (South)
10.    Cariboo Highway—100-Mile to Lac la Hache (pulvimixing)  51,299.60
Chilliwack District
Trans-Canada Highway—Mile 87 to district boundary  $53,870.80
Abbotsford By-pass  16,330.92
Public buildings, Abbotsford  1,217.14
62b. Sardis Road   19,550.98
106b. Cultus Lake Road  1,790.32
6r. Trans-Canada Highway near Kilgard  1,594.75
Trans-Canada Highway—supervision only  3,055.90
  97,410.81
288,082.35
394,507.49
122,009.88
Carried forward    $1,074,010.80 N 178 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1950-51
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
and
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1951," Sec. 2 (b):  Surfacing—Continued
Brought forward    $ 1,074,010.80
Delta District
13r. Pacific Highway  $19,641.78
Scott Road   10,557.36
Boundary Bay Road  40,640.51
Campbell River Road  11,061.03
Steveston Highway  64,890.49
133r. Ladner   1,736.21
        148,527.38
Dewdney District
18r. Trans-Provincial Highway  $18,580.31
22r. Trans-Provincial Highway—Stave River Bridge   20,989.86
Approach, Kanaka Creek  4,657.81
23r. Mission-Hatzic   25,675.75
Sylvester Road  20,788.65
59r. Hammond Loop   13,873.21
69r. Haney Loop  6,748.45
Jackson Road  5,704.08
Harris Road   19,599.69
Trans-Canada Highway to Silver Creek westerly  16,011.01
Esquimalt District
76.    Island Highway (Niagara Creek)      $6,424.12
Sooke Road       15,979.79
Fernie District
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Wardner to Elko  $200,772.85
Wardner to Elko (pulvimixing)      49,246.17
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Ingram Bridge to Boundary
Creek and road to customs at Midway  $109,844.60
Grand Forks easterly  42,348.28
Rock Creek Canyon to Rock Creek  97,693.32
Grand Forks Overhead (aggregate only)  9,625.50
Osoyoos easterly  126,714.86
Osoyoos easterly (pulvimixing)  25,616.26
Rock Creek Canyon-Bridesville (pulvimixing)  5,039.47
26.    Carson Road .  10,876.45
13.    Cascade-Laurier  10,717.16
Kamloops District
Trans-Canada Highway—Cherry Creek to Cornwall Lodge    $69,573.08
Trans-Canada Highway—Cherry Creek to Cornwall Lodge (pulvimixing)       24,677.08
Trans-Canada Highway—Tete Jaune Cache to Heffley Creek (pulvimixing)       26,953.91
152,628.82
22,403.91
250,019.02
438,475.90
121,204.07
Lillooet District
10. Cariboo Highway—Clinton (south)        172,537.81
Mackenzie District
3.    Martin Valley Road  5,425.00
Nanaimo-Islands District
13 1r. Ravine Street  5,714.83
Carried forward.    $2,390,947.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 179
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways
and
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1951," Sec. 2 (b):  Surfacing—Continued
Brought forward    $2,390,947.54
Nelson-Creston District
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Castlegar to Nelson  $49,988.66
Goatfell to Kitchener  89,942.45
Nelson to Balfour (aggregate only)  41,532.00
Wynndel easterly (aggregate only)  29,875.50
Goat River to Erickson (pulvimixing)  15,870.14
Creston to Wynndel (pulvimixing)  19,361.57
        246,570.32
North Okanagan District
102.    Okanagan Highway—Enderby (pulvimixing)    3,698.35
Revelstoke District
11.    Revelstoke-Arrowhead  $25,590.51
31.    Golf-course Road  11,060.00
137r. Arterial through Revelstoke  6,475.00
Rossland-Trail District
58.   Trail-Fruitvale and road to Shavers Bench  $157,480.30
Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway — Castlegar  southerly  and
Castlegar Streets     139,067.51
Rossland-Paterson (pulvimixing)         5,910.51
Salmon Arm District
44.   Kamloops-Vernon  $279,477.03
161.    Kamloops-Vernon (aggregate only)       17,544.00
Yale District
Trans-Canada Highway—Miles 103.9-106.3    $34,617.25
Hope-Princeton Highway        4,368.34
43,125.51
302,458.32
297,021.03
Similkameen District
Hope-Princeton Highway  $146,486.57
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—Osoyoos easterly      30,340.18
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (pulvimixing)       15,308.52
Fairview Loop (pulvimixing)       10,878.36
Okanagan Highway—-Waterman's Hill (aggregate only)       11,007.90
        214,021.53
Skeena District
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—Terrace to Kwinitsa  91,753.50
South Okanagan District
Penticton-Naramata      $47,764.33
Okanagan Valley fruit roads    227,128.57
Okanagan Highway—Kelowna to Reid's Corner (aggregate only)      18,750.00
        293,642.90
38,985.59
Total expenditure     $3,922,224.59
Summary
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing  $3,330,643.51
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1951," Sec. 2 (b): Surfacing      591,581.08
Total   $3,922,224.59 N  180 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES, 1950-51
(SURVEYS, CONSTRUCTION, AND PAVING COSTS)
Chilliwack District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Bridge Project No. 33, Marshall Creek Bridge     $34,366.66
Bridge Project No. 38, Vedder Canal Bridge     285,749.14
Highway Project No. 188, Vedder Canal Bridge approaches        147,681.36
$467,797.16
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—Cheam Creek Bridges  2,424.61
Paving
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing—
Mile 87 to district boundary  $53,870.80
Abbotsford By-pass  16,330.92
Trans-Canada Highway near Kilgard  1,594.75
Trans-Canada Highway (supervision only)  3,055.90
  74,852.37
Total, Chilliwack District 1       $545,074.14
Columbia District
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Golden-Leanchoil  ■       $18,783.82
Big Bend Highway, East Section  16,745.36
Total, Columbia District  35,529.18
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) —
Highway Project No.  189, approaches to Diamond
Overhead Crossing   $159,737.83
Highway Project No. 90, Island Highway, Duncan-
Ladysmith   3 37,587.92
Bridge Project No. 66, Holmes Creek Bridge  2,010.98
Bridge Project No. 63, Whitehouse Creek Bridge _ 3,481.59
Bridge Project No. 46, Overhead Crossing, Mile 45.25 6,951.19
Bridge Project No. 41, Cowichan River Bridge  16,323.06
Bridge Project No. 42, Chemainus River Bridge  56,357.84
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (d)—Bridge Project No. 57,
Diamond Overhead Crossing   43,492.16
Surveys
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Nanaimo-Ladysmith      $22,144.95
Trans-Canada Highway chainage, Island High way.... 205.51
Paving
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing—
Duncan-Ladysmith   $270,817.49
Ladysmith-Nanaimo (aggregate only)       37,500.00
$625,942.57
22,350.46
308,317.49
Total, Cowichan-Newcastle District         956,610.52
Delta District
Surveys
Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (a)—White House Corner-
Langley    $5,295.37
Total, Delta District  5,295.37
Carried forward    $ 1,542,509.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE N 181
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $1,542,509.21
Dewdney District
Construction
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—Highway Project No. 92,
Miles 93.12-94.11, 94.11-96.81, 97.61-98.74, and extension, Jackass Mountain        $447,102.56
Paving
Vote 237 (b)— Hard-surfacing—Silver Creek westerly  16,011.01
Total, Dewdney District        463,113.57
Esquimalt District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
•     Highway Project No. 140, Mill Bay revision      $44,765.23
Bridge Project No. 58, Wilkinson Bridge       30,913.25
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e)—
Highway Project No. 142, Niagara replacement       87,546.93
$163,225.41
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Victoria-Goldstream      $ 14,308.67
Trans-Canada Highway chainage, Island Highway.— 205.52
 14,514.19
Paving
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing—Island Highway, Niagara Creek  6,424.12
Total, Esquimalt District         184,163.72
Kamloops District
Construction
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) —
Highway Project No. 113, revision at Cherry Creek     $4,803.13
Highway Project No. 222, Kamloops city limits easterly, 12.93 miles     258,441.25
$263,244.38
24,518.45
Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Savona—Cherry Creek 	
Surveys
$6,820.50
Cherry Creek-Cornwall 	
6,068.77
Savona-Deadmans Creek	
11,629.18
Paving
Vote 237 (b)—Hard-surfacing—
Cherry Creek-Cornwall Lodge     $69,573.08
Cherry Creek-Cornwall Lodge (pulvimixing)       24,677.08
Tete laune-Heffley Creek (pulvimixing)       26,953.91
121,204.07
Total, Kamloops District         408,966.90
Lillooet District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d)—Bridge Project No. 89,
Bonaparte River Bridge   $880.51
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—Deadmans Creek-Cache
Creek   _- 3,271.00
Total, Lillooet District    4,151.51
Carried forward    $2,602,904.91 N 182
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1950-51
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $2,602,904.91
Nanaimo-Islands District
Surveys
'Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)-
Nanaimo-Ladysmith	
Chainage, Island Highway	
$3,428.95
104.35
Total, Nanaimo-Islands District.
Revelstoke District
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Big Bend Highway, West Section..	
Revelstoke-Sicamous 	
Surveys
Total, Revelstoke District
Salmon Arm District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Highway Project No. 85, approach roads to Sicamous Bridge	
Highway Project No. 128, Salmon Arm easterly to Larch Hill
School -_  	
Total, Salmon Arm District	
Yale District
Construction
■ B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)—Highway Project No.
98, American Creek-Choate Section	
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)-
$385.39
Highway Project No. 92, Miles 93.12-94.11, 94.11-
96.81,    97.61-98.74,    and    extension,    Jackass
Mountain   303,670.61
Highway Project No. 105, Tunnel Bridge replacement 132,419.68
Highway Project No. 152, Alexandra (east).—•_  407,479.31
Highway Project No. 108, Cisco (west) Section  46,889.37
Highway Project No. 137, Robbins Creek-Hells Gate 51,599.43
Bridge Project No. 62, Hope Bridge redecking  63,000.00
Bridge Project No. 65, Alexandra Bridge redecking 17,898.23
; Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)-
Yale-Alexandra 	
Yale-Hope	
Spences Bridge 	
Surveys
Paving
Vote 237 (Z>)—Hard-surfacing—Miles 103.9-106.3	
Total, Yale District..
$28,610.37
17,035.96
$10,168.61
2,478.95
$1,023,342.02
$4,802.96
17,361.64
2,934.39
25,098.99
34,617.25
3,533.30
45,646.33
12,647.56
1,083,058.26
Total gross capital expenditure, Trans-Canada Highway    $3,747,790.36
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
1951
330-1151-9740

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