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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Public Works
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1951-52
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1952  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, 1952, in compliance with the provisions of the " Public Works Act."
P. A. GAGLARDI,
Minister of Public Works.
Office of the Minister oj Public Works,
Parliament Buildings,
November 10th, 1952.
L  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
ORGANIZATION CHART AS AT OCTOBER 1st, 1952
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Hon. the Rev. P. A. Gaglardi,
Minister of Public Works.
E. S. Jones,
Deputy Minister.
F. H. Harrison,
Assistant Deputy Minister.
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N. M. McCallum,
Chief Engineer.
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A. J. Bower ing,
Assistant Chief Engineer.
W. Wright,
Departmental
Comptroller.
C. K. Saunders,
Bridge Engineer.
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A. B. Sanderson,
Chief Designing
Engineer.
H. K. Gann,
Superintendent,
of Ferries.
F. A. Mac Lean,
Mechanical
Engineer.
O. J. Wilkie,
Construction
Engineer.
J. P. Hague,
Maintenance
Engineer.
H. A. Steven,
Location
Engineer.
L. J. Moore,
Right-of-way
Agent.
C. D. Campbell,
Chief Architect.
D. T. Willis,
Surfacing
Engineer.
J. H. Harding,
Traffic
Engineer.
H. L. Cairns,
Project
Engineer.
M. C. Davies,
Assistant
Engineer.
F. Howland,
Chief Clerk.
L. Robson,
Chief Inspector,
Electrical Energy.
D. Denham,
Chief Inspector
of Boilers.
District No. 1
Divisional Engineer:
H. F. Bourne,
Victoria.
District Engineers:
D. R. McLeod,
Victoria.
M. C. Nesbitt,
Nanaimo.
A. R. Colby,
Courtenay.
District No.' 2
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Divisional Engineer:
W. R. Workman,
New "Westminster.
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District Engineers:
W. E. Bottom ley,
New Westminster.
B. A. L'Hirondelle,
New Westminster.
D. S. Love,
Vancouver.
District No. 3
Divisional Engineer:
L. E. Smith,
Kamloops.
District Engineers:
F. E. Dembiske,
Kamloops.
D. C. MacVicar,
Merritt.
J. L. Roe,
Salmon Arm.
R. F. Murfitt,
Golden.
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District
Superintendent:
D. C. Westaway,
Revelstoke.
District No. 4
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"Divisional Engineer:
J. W. Miers,
Penticton.
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District Engineers:
A. C. Dimock,
Vernon,
L. E. Willis,
Kelowna.
J. A. Millican,
Grand Forks.
District
Superintendent:
R. B. Gilmour,
Penticton.
District No. 5
District Engineer:
J. A. Dennison,
Cranbrook.
District
Superintendent:
W. M. Underwood,
Fernie.
District No. 6
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Divisional Engineer:
H. T. Miard,
Nelson.
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District Engineer:
R. G. Harvey,
Nelson.
District
Superintendents:
M. C. K. Struve,
New Denver.
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.
E. A. Beaumont,
Lillooet.
District No. 8
Divisional Engineer:
W. R. Meighen,
Prince Rupert.
District
Superintendents:
R. H. Dunlop,
Smithers.
J. W. Morris,
Prince Rupert.
District No. 9
Divisional Engineer:
D. D. Godfrey,
Prince George.
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District Engineers:
F. D. Laronde,
Prince George.
D. A.Welsh,
Burns Lake.
District
Superintendent:
F. Park,
Vanderhoof.
District No. 10
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Divisional Engineer:
O. W. H. Roberts,
Pouce Coupe.  *.
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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., November 15th, 1952.
Hon. P. A. Gaglardi,
Minister oj Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—A report of the activities of this Department for the fiscal year 1951-52 is
herewith submitted for your consideration.
A very great amount of work was undertaken by the Department during the year
with excellent results.
Contracts were let for 95.30 miles of highway, the principle work undertaken
comprising 22.51 miles on the Trans-Canada Highway, 4.39 miles on the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway, and 29 miles in the Peace River District on the John Hart Highway.
Other main roads throughout the Province that were constructed or reconstructed
comprised 39.40 miles.
Eighteen new bridges were completed, representing an expenditure of over $3,000,000,
and construction was commenced on eleven others. The most important bridge was that
over the Rock Creek Canyon on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, eliminating
3 miles of narrow road.
An extensive surfacing programme was carried out, comprising some 155.49 miles
of new work and 173.04 miles of resurfacing on the principal highways of the Province.
Six crushing plants were operated, crushing a total of 693,303 tons of aggregate.
Extensive location and survey were undertaken, comprising 221.5 miles of final
location, 71.9 miles of preliminary location, and 88 miles of reconnaissance surveys,
making a total of 381.4 miles of survey.
The Architect's Branch of the Department carried out extensive work, completing
many important buildings. The new Douglas Building was officially opened by the Lord
Mayor of London, Sir Denys Lowson, on August 31st, 1951.
The reconditioned vessel M.V. "Agassiz" was put into service on the Agassiz-
Rosedale Ferry run, which vessel has 100 per cent greater capacity for vehicles than that
previously used. A new ferry-boat of steel construction was placed in service on the
Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry.
An indication of the increase of traffic and the advancement of industry is shown in
a tabulation listed below, showing over a period of the last four years the traffic returns
for five principal ferries on the main trunk highways of this Province. In addition to this
statement, vehicles crossing the Pattullo Bridge from April 1st, 1951, to February 12th,
1952, numbered 5,572,815, in comparison with 5,778,824 for the previous year.
Name of Ferry
Total Number of Vehicles Carried
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
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
420,660
Kelowna-Westbank (Okanagan Highway). 	
306,324
296,310
Agassiz-Rosedale (Fraser River)	
67,691
345,856 P  10 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
During the year 21,960 miles of highways and 10,784 miles of trails have been
maintained, and this mileage of highways comprises 3,580 miles of trunk highways,
2,560 miles of main highways, and 15,820 miles of other roads. In addition to this total,
590.88 miles are classified as arterial or secondary, details of which are shown in statement
attached to this Report.
Snow conditions throughout the Province were normal, and no interference was
occasioned to through traffic. More than 13,250 miles of highway were kept clear of
snow, involving 396,407 snow-plough miles, at an average cost of $121.61 per mile kept
open, compared with the cost of $105.50 per mile kept open during the previous year.
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 comprised 103,467.
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.
Detailed reports from the various sections of the Department and statistical information are attached to the 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
During the fiscal year 1951-52 eighteen bridge projects were completed, representing
an expenditure of over $3,000,000; during the same period, construction was commenced
on eleven other projects of a total value of over $2,000,000.
The most outstanding accomplishment was the construction of the Rock Creek
Canyon Bridge on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway. This bridge eliminates
3 miles of narrow tortuous road and links up the recently reconstructed portions of the
highway to the east and the west. Although it is the largest and most impressive structure
which has been built in the Province in many years, the work was accomplished in the
comparatively short time of nine months after the preliminary investigations, etc., were
completed.
Details of the principal bridges constructed during the year are listed elsewhere in
the Report. Four of these bridges were constructed by district bridge crews; namely,
Chillikthan Slough Bridge, Lillooet Station Bridge, Riverside Bridge, and Salmo River
Bridge.   All the other bridges were built by contract.
The policy of replacing small bridges with culverts and fills wherever possible was
continued, and many minor bridges which had become due for replacement were thus
eliminated. Owing to the great increase in the cost of labour and materials since these
bridges were constructed, the savings in construction and maintenance costs to be effected REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT P 11
by replacing them by culverts and fills makes this latter type of construction economically
sound as the cost of earth-moving has not increased in the same proportion.
The reconstruction of several timber bridges was carried out by the district bridge
crews, together with major repairs and the usual maintenance.
Work was hampered on the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island due to the
prolonged forest closure, and much of the maintenance work ordinarily carried out during
the summer months had to be postponed owing to the inability to obtain the necessary
timber.
C. K. Saunders,
Bridge Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ARCHITECT
PROJECTS COMPLETED
A total of sixteen building contracts and three mechanical installations have been
completed during the fiscal year 1951-52, at a total cost of $2,069,083. The more
important buildings carried out in this programme are as follows: 100-bed unit, Home
for the Aged, Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale; recreational centre, Provincial
Mental Hospital, Essondale; Workmen's Compensation Board Office Building, Vancouver; new school and hospital unit, School for the Deaf and the Blind, Vancouver;
alterations and renovations to 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver; and new wing to the B.C.
Hospital Insurance Service Building, Vancouver.
At the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, eight building contracts have
been completed, at a total cost of $2,260,517. The more important buildings in this
programme are the Preventive Medicine Building, Women's Residence Buildings, and
Faculty of Law Building.
PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT PRESENT TIME
A total of nineteen building projects and four mechanical installations are still in the
course of construction under contracts awarded during the year or earlier, at a total
estimated cost of $6,272,433. These include the Court-house, Chilliwack; Court-house,
Courtenay; dairy and feed barn, Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale; three 100-bed
units, Provincial Mental Hospital, New Westminster; nurses' residence, Provincial Mental
Hospital, New Westminster; Motor-vehicle Building, New Westminster; Pearson
Tuberculosis Hospital, Vancouver; and alterations and renovations to the Court-house,
Vancouver. There is also a Library Annex to Victoria College under construction. The
plans for this project were carried out by a private architectural firm under the supervision
of this Department.
PROJECTS CONTEMPLATED
In addition to the aforementioned buildings completed and under construction, there
are future projects for which funds have been made available and for which plans are
being prepared. It is intended to call for tenders on these as soon as possible after the
start of the new fiscal year.   A breakdown of the status of these projects is as follows:—
(1) Plans completed and out for tender, construction to start immediately:
Laundry and store building, Essondale; laundry building, tunnel, and
elevator, Tranquille; Health and Welfare Building, Kamloops.
(2) Plans being finalized and construction intended to start early this year:
200-bed T.B. unit, Essondale; boys' training-school, Brannen Lake; Provincial clinic and laboratory building, Vancouver; new office wing to
Court-house, Nanaimo;   alterations and renovations to 411 Dunsmuir P  12
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Street (formerly Workmen's Compensation Board Building), Vancouver;
Court-house, Golden.
(3) Preliminary plans prepared and working-drawings shortly to be commenced with the intention of calling for tenders this fiscal year:
Vocational institution, Maple Ridge; Government building, Fort St. John;
200-bed nurses' home, Essondale; truck and car garage, Essondale; new
laundry and equipment, Vernon (Home for the Aged).
An approximate cost for carrying out next year's programme is $7,780,000.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
There was a general continuation of the policy to renovate and improve the
appearance and function of public buildings throughout the Province. Considerable
interior redecoration has been carried out, and also extensive electrical rewiring and
relighting installed in various buildings throughout the Province.
It is also the intention to renew and replace a good many of the worn-out heating
plants.   This is to be done before next fall.
PROJECTS COMPLETED, 1951
Location
Building
Total Price
Coquitlam.  	
100-bed unit, Home for the Aged     	
$246,860.00
273,706.00
17,547.00
4,700.00
Alterations and repairs, Land Registry Office —  	
25,687 00
13,739.00
6,162.00
5,617.00
21,629 00
8,089.00
New school and hospital unit, School for the Deaf and the
Blind  ____   	
303,096.00
755,684.00
29,163.00
14,175.00
142,324 00
101,010.00
18,050.00
Mechanical Installations
Tranquille  _	
Air-conditioning and duct work, Greaves Building _	
Total  .   	
9,367.00
$2,069,083.00
University of British Columbia Contracts
$1,243,152.00
502,390 00
89,723.00
10,704.00
43,336 00
41,246.00
304,966.00
25,000.00
Total               	
$2,260,517.00 P 14 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT PRESENT TIME
Project
No.
Location
Completed
Building
Contract
Price
109-B
91-B
94-B
107-B
6-B-9
7-B-6
7-B-13
103-B
7-B-17
39-B
111-B
112-B
8-B-4
31-B
90-B
62-B
62-B'
102-B
5-B-20
7-B-10
39-B
10-B-8
Alberni 	
Chilliwack 	
Courtenay	
Duncan    	
Essondale 	
New Westminster
New Westminster
New Westminster
New Westminster
Oakalla	
Revelstoke	
Smithers	
Tranquille .	
Tranquille	
Tranquille	
Vancouver	
Vancouver 	
Victoria	
Victoria 	
Victoria 	
Essondale	
New Westminster
Oakalla  	
Tranquille 	
Per Cent
3
65
93
3
97
72
5
5
20
5
65
65
28
70
30
92
98
65
98
70
10
10
30
7
Public Works equipment shed _	
Court-house  	
Court-house   	
Public Works equipment shed	
Dairy building and feed barn, Colony Farm	
Three 100-bed hospital units (Nos. 2, 3, and 4)..
Nurses' Home, Provincial Mental Hospital	
Motor-vehicle Building.
Extension to boiler-house, Woodlands School .
Extension to boiler-house..	
Public Works garage.  	
Public Works garage  _	
New piggery and brooder .
Storage-dam, Tranquille Lake	
New smoke-stack ._ ._	
T.B. Hospital, Fifty-ninth Avenue —     	
Alterations to Court-house (approximately).	
Alterations and additions to old boiler-house, Finance
Annex (approximately)  - 	
New permanent office building and boiler plant, Douglas
Building (approximately) 	
Library Annex, Victoria College	
Mechanical Installations
New coal-fired boiler    	
New boiler, Woodlands School	
Two coal-fired boilers and appurtenances ..
Conversion from coal to fuel-oil (to date)..
Total     	
$9,890.00
255,900.00
313,389.00
15,329.00
138,207.00
936,746.00
344,480.00
103,303.00
21,704.00
31,380.00
66,362.00
76,137.00
55,951.00
41,000.00
6,800.00
1,422,870.00
256,000.00
150,000.00
1,517,205.00
259,431.00
112,102.00
66.529.00
68,918.00
2,800.00
$6,272,433.00
1 The Douglas Building is now completed, with the exception of acoustic treatment, and has been occupied since
June, 1951. The boiler-house and grounds are almost finished. The total cost of this project will not be available for
some months.
C. D. Campbell,
Chief Architect.
REPORT OF THE MAINTENANCE ENGINEER
Total expenditure for the maintenance of highways, bridges, and ferries throughout
the Province (including snow-removal) amounted to $10,636,365, this being an increase
of $1,567,391 over the previous year.
Total expenditure for winter maintenance amounted to $1,722,789. Over 13,000
miles of highway were kept open for traffic, which involved 396,400 snow-plough miles
at an average cost of $125 per mile. Extension and improvement in this service have
increased the costs by approximately $1,000,000 within the past four years. However,
this increase also results from rising costs and to the heavier snow conditions which have
prevailed for the past three years. The travelling public have experienced very little
inconvenience, as a result of this service.
The engineering districts are now fairly well equipped to perform efficient routine
maintenance, most of the obsolete equipment having been replaced within the past three
years, and with the supplementation of rented equipment to perform a considerable
amount of day-labour reconstruction projects. A higher type of maintenance is now
being performed, especially with regard to the repair of asphalt pavements, shouldering,
and drainage, and this work is being carried out more continuously. The districts, this
year, expended approximately $2,000,000 of capital funds on reconstruction projects
performed by day-labour in an efficient and economical manner. REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER
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Reflectorized warning and directional signs have been installed over all the main
highways and most of the branch and sundry roads throughout the Province; this and the
provision of reflectorized centre-line marking has provided safer and more pleasant
driving conditions.
Experiments are being conducted in the control of vegetation on rights-of-way
through the use of chemical herbicides, and although results are not yet conclusive, it is
anticipated that this method will suppress and eventually eliminate a condition which is
only relieved temporarily by mechanical and hand methods, thus providing safe and
attractive roadsides at reduced maintenance costs. Over 22,000 miles of roads are
maintained by this Department, and until such time as more district municipalities come
into existence, the maintenance organization of the Department must continue to expand.
The tremendous growth of industry throughout the various parts of the Province and the
continual demands of local organizations for improved facilities will necessitate a higher
standard of maintenance. Newly constructed highways must be preserved as nearly as
possible in their original condition as constructed, and increasing traffic volumes necessitate that services and facilities be operated to provide satisfactory and safe highways.
Consequently, maintenance costs must more than keep pace with the rising costs of
materials and labour. Traffic counters have been in use for the past two years, and from
information compiled for most of the main highways, it is possible to properly allocate
the maintenance funds. It is anticipated that records of the traffic volumes and possibly
the tonnage volumes for all roads in the Province will be available within the next two
years, so that the maintenance appropriations may be fairly allotted for all roads.
J. P. Hague,
Maintenance Engineer.
REPORT OF THE LOCATION ENGINEER
Surveys carried out during the 1951-52 fiscal year on our highway system in the
Province covered 222 miles of final location at a cost of $375,792.27. Detail of these
and incidental preliminary and reconnaissance surveys is presented in the accompanying
survey report for the fiscal year.
Legal surveys of highway rights-of-way throughout the Province were also undertaken
by British Columbia land surveyors in private practice, by Departmental personnel, and
by arrangement with the Surveyor-General's department. The re-establishment of old
surveys and the legal survey of our right-of-way are carried out concurrently under the
latter arrangement on a share-cost basis, and the full co-operation of the Surveyor-
General's department is appreciated and acknowledged.
The Location Branch, in common with other Government branches, has felt the
loss of trained professional and technical personnel to private industry.
The administrative costs of the Right-of-way and Claims Agent and his staff are
included in the administration costs of the Location Branch.
Spiralling construction costs have made it difficult to determine unit prices as applied
to our location estimates, which have to be progressively revised immediately prior to
calling for tender. P  16 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SURVEY REPORT, APRIL 1st, 1951, TO MARCH 31st, 1952
Total location 	
Total preliminary 	
Total reconnaissance
Location
Preliminary
Reconnaissance
Trans-Canada Highway
Arbutus Creek-Cowichan Bay Road  _ —
Cowichan Bay Road-Koksilah    _„ „_   ..   „
Miles
1.5
7.2
2.3
1.2
13.5
6.6
4.0
14.5
27.5
6.5
6.2
5.2
19.7
3.5
10.7
9.5
5.3
6.6
18.1
3.6
3.3
0.8
11.0
12.0
7.9
5.4
4.4
1.5
2.0
Miles
16.0
18.9
7.0
16.0
7.77
9.8
4.2
Miles
Canoe Creek-Sicamous..._. _    .  	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Goatfell-Cranbrook.   _  	
EIko-Fernie__  	
Cariboo Highway
137-Mile-Williams Lake  -     .
8.0
Okanagan Highway
Trout Creek-Peachland    - ._ _      	
Lower Mainland Roads
Hopkins Landing-Port Mellon ' ..,
North Vancouver-Britannia (Capilano)       .  ..,
	
Hastings Street-Port Moody (Burnaby Mountain).	
Hastings Street-Port Moody (Barnet)	
	
80.0
Miscellaneous Roads
Waneta north..	
O'Keefe's Store-Larkin (high line)	
Pemberton-Creekside Road  _          _
Miles
. 221.5
. 71.9
.    88.0
381.4
J. H. A. Steven,
Location Engineer.
REPORT OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER
During the year, revenue funds in the amount of $300,870.72 were expended on the
following equipment: Two compressors, three pumps, two light plants, one maintainer,
one front-end loader, two welders, five snow-ploughs, two trailer distributers, one sand-
spreader, sixty-two trucks, and sundry workshop equipment. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES
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The number of trucks in the various age-groups as at March 31st, 1952, is as
follows:—
Over 13 years of age, purchased before 1939  38
8 to 12 years of age, purchased 1939-43 (inclusive)  117
5 to 8 years of age, purchased 1944-46 (inclusive)  121
3 to 5 years of age, purchased 1947-48 (inclusive)  205
Up to 3 years of age, purchased 1949-51 (inclusive)  294
Total   775
Increase in total number from April 1 st, 1951, fifty-four trucks; average age, 5 years.
EQUIPMENT FUND
Three hundred and forty units, with a present value of $3,305,629, were operated
with a credit of $124,656.97 after $822,971.27 for repairs and $400,817.74 for depreciation had been deducted from the rentals. A sum of $1,000,000 was granted for the
purchase of major equipment over the next three years. During the year twenty major
units were purchased, including mobile shovels, loaders, graders, and tractors.
The following is the number of each type of unit being operated under Equipment
Fund as at March 31st, 1952:—
Compressors  8
Mixers  5
Hoists  5
Mixing plants (bituminous)   2
Crushers  6
Shovels  33
Graders   134
Tractors  74
Pumps   4
Loaders  7
Trucks  34
Truck ploughs  6
Pulvimixers   6
Rollers  1
Scrapers  7
Trailers  8
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BUILDINGS
Two new garages were constructed during the year at Smithers and Revelstoke. The
54- by 126-foot buildings have long been required at these points and are a great asset to
the Department.
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.
Chilliwack District (Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry).—The M.V. "Agassiz," formerly
used at the Ladner-Woodward Landing site, was completely refitted and put into service
at the Agassiz-Rosedale site, replacing the M.V. " Eena." The vehicle capacity of the
" Eena " was ten cars—the "Agassiz " is twenty cars. The chartering of this ferry has
been discontinued, and the operation was taken over by the Department on October 1st,
1951. P 18 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Nelson—Creston District (Kootenay Lake Ferry).—The M.V. "Anscomb," the
largest Government-owned ferry in the Province, was hauled out on the ways at Nelson
and completely refitted. During the seventeen-day period required to carry out this work,
service was maintained by the C.P.R. steamship " Moyie " and a converted railway barge.
It was necessary to construct one new landing and rebuild another to accommodate this
vessel. When the "Anscomb " returned to the run, the service was extended from four to
seven trips per day for the summer months and six for the winter months.
Salmon Arm District (Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry).—A six-car steel-hull ferry
that was no longer required at Francois Lake was cut into sections and transported to
Shuswap Lake. It was then reassembled with new engines, steel deck and superstructure.
It is now ready to take over the Sorrento-Scotch Creek run as soon as the ice clears. The
" G. B. Wright" that has been on this run since 1930 is a four-car wooden vessel and
has now reached the stage where repairs are no longer warranted.
Yale District (North Bend-Boston Bar Aerial Ferry).—A new electric-driven winch
is now being built for this ferry. This winch will be equipped with a stand-by gasoline
power unit to ensure continuous service. Installation of this unit will be completed before
the heavy traffic commences.
Fort George District (Hansard Ferry).—The wooden ferry built in 1942 was
replaced with a new 10-ton steel-pontoon reaction ferry.
H. K. Gann,
Superintendent oj Ferries.
REPORT OF THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
Trans-Canada Highway.—Twenty-two and a half miles were completed, including
very heavy work in the Fraser Canyon at Alexandra and Jackass Mountain, together
with a start on the rugged section in the Yale Canyon.
Peace River Highway.—Twenty-nine miles were completed, making it possible to
travel by truck to the Parsnip River from either Prince George or Dawson Creek. The
new highway from Pouce Coupe to the Alberta Boundary was also completed.
Victoria—Patricia Bay Highway.—The first section, Royal Oak to Keating Crossroad, was completed, and a start made on the second section, Keating Cross-road to the
airport.
Cariboo Highway.—A start was made on reconstruction from Lac la Hache to
Mile 127.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Completion of the highway over Anarchist
Mountain was carried out, and a major contract is in progress west of Fernie.
Other Projects.—These were completed or near completion on Kamloops-Vernon,
Nelson-Euphrates, Rossland-Paterson, and Port Coquitlam-Vancouver Trans-Canada
Highway.
Construction Quantities.—During the year these amounts were as follows: Solid
rock, 888,849 cubic yards; other materials, 3,272,178 cubic yards; crushed gravel
surfacing, 730,445 tons; culverts, 46,666 lineal feet; and concrete for retaining-walls
and drainage structures, 11,958 cubic yards. REPORT OF THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
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HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1951-52
(Miles built during year.)
Project
No.
Name
Miles Built
Completed
105
Trans-Canada Highway (No. 1)
Tunnel Bridge Yale Miles 181.5 182.5                                	
1.00
0.38
0.08
0.80
0.16
7.63
1.40
5.06
6.00
Per Cent
100
152
100
92
100
267
10
B89
100
222
Kamloops east, Miles 344.85 357.78               -   	
100
292
70
100
227
Golden Yoho Park boundary (Leanchoil), Miles 677.80 685.03     	
80
Total                                        	
22.51
24.50
4.50
5
Peace River Highway (No. 2)
90
277
60
Total   .           ... 	
29.00
2.89
1.50
192
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway (No. 3)
100
269
30
Total         	
Patricia Bay Highway (No.17)
196
4.39
2.73
0.50
4.05
2.64
3.00
100
281
Cariboo Road (No. 2)
5
282
Kamloops-Vernon Highway (No. 6)
90
198
Nelson-Nelway Highway (No. 6)
100
235
50
Total    	
5.64
3.22
1.33
2.85
11.98
7.10
223
Canadian Highway (No. 4)
100
205
Other Highways
100
190
100
203
100
236
90
Total	
23.26
95.30
The following contracts were also in progress, and considerable work had been done
in clearing, grubbing, ditching, culvert installation, etc.:—
Trans-Canada Highway
263. Yale-Bell Crossing Miles 182.57-183.90
291. Alexandra-Tunnel Miles 196.70-199.33
226. Savona-Cherry Creek Miles 317.31-323.02 P 20 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Other Highways
283. Hopkins Landing-Port Mellon 5.40 miles
288. Patricia Bay Highway (north end) 5.58 miles
O. J. WlLKIE,
Construction Engineer.
REPORT OF THE TRAFFIC ENGINEER
TRAFFIC-LINE PAINTING
Using two modern high-capacity striping units with two five-man crews, a total of 820
miles of highway was newly painted or repainted. This required the purchase of 8,300
gallons of paint and 30 tons of glass bead. The number of miles of highway being
centre-lined is increasing rapidly each year as more new pavement is laid, and it is
anticipated that 1,200 miles will be done next year.
HIGHWAY SIGNS
The sign-shop under the Traffic Engineer's direction kept busy all year turning out
standard highway signs of a type which has met with a great deal of approval from the
public.
A shop staff consisting of a foreman and four to eight men was continuously engaged
in this work, and two Traffic Branch sign-maintenance trucks were engaged during the
greater part of the year erecting and maintaining signs throughout the southern part of
the Province. This was in addition to the sign-maintenance work regularly done by
district maintenance crews.
The replacement of all signs with reflectorized signs of the latest type and standard
was virtually completed during the year on all main roads, this work being started in 1949.
As new-type directional signing was almost completed last year, attention was given
to expanding this work by reflectorizing the more important signs and erecting many
town-identification and mileage signs.
A new phase of sign work was the re-marking during the year of all numbered
highway routes with modern reflectorized route-markers, a service greatly facilitating
tourist travel. This work included the revising of the numbering system and the redesign
of the B.C. route-marker shield. Special attention was given to the signing of numbered
routes through our towns and cities.
The work of administering, making, and erecting directional signs for tourist resorts
and auto courts was continued.
TRAFFIC SIGNALS
Signal systems were designed for four intersections, and the installation of two
previously planned signals—one in Burnaby and one in Nanaimo—was completed.
A number of accident studies and traffic-volume counts were made at intersections in
investigating the need for signals or other traffic-control devices. Six overhead flashing
traffic beacons were installed during the year at intersections with a high accident
frequency.
TRUCK WEIGH-SCALES
To facilitate the enforcement of truck-weight regulations, six permanent truck-
weighing scales with 45- and 60-foot platforms were installed during the year at points
throughout the Province.    Together with the scales at Pattullo Bridge, at Flood near REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER
P 21
Hope, and at Yale, which were already installed, and four scales yet to be installed, the
six installations this year will give the Department a total of thirteen permanently
installed scales at the end of the next fiscal year.
TRAFFIC SURVEY
During the summer months a survey of traffic volumes on all main roads except the
Cariboo and Northern Trans-Provincial Highways'was made. One traffic enumerator
equipped with a 1-ton panel truck and thirty-two automatic traffic counters accomplished
this work. From the data obtained and from bridge- and ferry-traffic records a comprehensive report was made up. Such data should prove of great value in planning the
expenditure of maintenance funds, in planning and programming highway improvements,
and generally in serving as a guide to enable highway funds to be so spent that our
highway system will be built and maintained to suit traffic volumes it has to carry on its
various sections.
INTERSECTION DESIGN AND CHANNELIZATION
Because of rapidly increasing traffic volumes and resultant congestion an increasing
accident rates, plans were made for the channelizing and signalization of two intersections
on the Trans-Canada Highway south of Pattullo Bridge, with work to be carried out in
the next fiscal year. It is expected that intersection design will become a major aspect
of the work of the Traffic Branch as soon as personnel are obtained and trained.
J. H. Harding,
Traffic Engineer.
REPORT OF THE SURFACING ENGINEER
During the fiscal year of 1951-52 this branch of the Department completed the
following paving programme:—
(1) Bituminous plant-mix pavements, 230.47 miles.
(2) Non-skid seal-coats, 41.3 miles.
(3) Bituminous road-mixed pavements, 14.5 miles.
(4) Bituminous plant-mix levelling course, 10 miles.
(5) Bituminous processed base, 75.1 miles.
The following tables give the details of the location, type, and mileage of the work:— P 22
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Mileage of New and Reconstructed or Resurfaced Pavement
P 27
New Work
Miles
Plant mix   111.43
Road mix _.     11.80
Processed base     32.25
Resurfacing
Miles
Plant mix   129.04
Road mix       2.70
Seal-coats      41.30
Total   155.48
Total   173.04
REPORT ON 1951 BASE PROCESSING
(Roads processed and subsequently paved by Department forces.)
Miles
1. Kamloops-Vernon Road, Falkland easterly  10.20
2. (10) Cariboo Road, Cache Creek to Maiden Creek  12.90
3. Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops easterly  13.00
4. Trans-Canada Highway, Cache Creek .___    1.05
5. Rossland-Paterson Road     5.80
Total   42.95
Total done under paving programme  32.25
Grand total
75.20
Department forces sprayed 785,961 gallons of liquid asphalt and 210,734 gallons of
R.T. 5, making a total of 996,695 gallons of bituminous materials.
REPORT OF MIXING PLANTS 06E AND 07E
Mixing Plant 06e
Tons
Courtenay   1,278
Elko  1,220
Sparwood   1,037
Lumberton   1,583
Yahk  1,905
Canal Flats  3,846
Balfour  900
Salmo   951
Slocan City  879
Rosebery  1,070
Lillooet   2,798
Quesnel   2,448
Cassidy   5,464
Total   25,379
Mixing Plant 07e
Tons
Mission  2,360
Vernon (7 miles) .... 1,949
Ducketts Pitt  915
Millers Point  3,810
Rutland .....  1,158
Oliver  998
Princeton  1,973
Rossland   960
Trail .... 990
Slocan City   824
Rosebery  1,027
Lillooet   2,453
Mile 51, Cariboo... 985
Quesnel   2,340
Total
22,742
Total for the two plants, 48,121 tons.
The above table shows the location and tonnage produced by the Department-owned
mixing plants. The bulk of the material was used by the district forces for maintenance
purposes; the remainder was used to pave 4.23 miles of streets and short sections of
road where it was not feasible or economical to do the work by contract. P 28
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
BITUMINOUS MATERIALS PURCHASED
Gallons
Imperial Oil  2,945,831
Shell Oil  1,687,067
Standard Oil      900,684
British American Oil      175,023
Husky Oil      225,461
Barrett's tar      210,734
Total   6,144,800
The gallonage shown above was used in connection with paving contracts and also by
the Departmental forces doing paving work under the direction of the Surfacing Branch.
GRAVEL-CRUSHING
During the fiscal year the Department's six gravel-crushing plants produced mineral
aggregate at seventeen separate locations throughout the Province. Despite the frequent
moves made necessary by this programme, the production amounted to 693,303 tons.
Of this production, 508,285 tons were crushed to %-inch aggregate and 185,018 tons
were crushed to 2-inch aggregate.
TESTING
This branch of the Department carried out a programme of testing of crushed aggregates which were produced by contract and by our forces; testing of potential aggregate
deposits; and testing of concrete in conjunction with the Bridge Department.
During the fiscal year, scientific and technical equipment was purchased to increase
the scope of the Departmental testing laboratory. A compression machine was purchased
for the breaking of concrete test cylinders. This machine will save the Department
approximately $2,500 annually.
GENERAL
The office of the Surfacing Engineer was moved to Victoria in June of 1951 to
occupy space in the Douglas Building. This move has greatly increased the efficiency of
the Branch and made it possible to more closely co-ordinate all the work of this Branch.
D. T. Willis,
Surfacing Engineer.
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, 1952.
THE ACT
The proposal to amend the Act to provide for minimum qualifications for Municipal
Electrical Inspectors was brought before the U.B.C.M. Convention held at Harrison Hot
Springs on October 9th, 1951. The Chief Inspector addressed the Convention and
explained the proposal. After some discussion the Convention expressed opposition to
the proposal.
It is felt that this matter should be pursued and again brought forward at an appropriate time, and that an attempt should be made to educate the municipalities with the
desirability and necessity of these provisions.   For many years past some municipalities REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY
P 29 P 30 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
have engaged Electrical Inspectors who were not technically qualified persons and therefore not competent to carry out such duties. This would not appear to be a desirable
situation from a standpoint of giving proper protection from fire and accident hazards.
BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
The Honourable Minister of Public Works has been pleased to appoint the following
members to the Board, effective January 1st, 1952: H. Robertson, Electrical Inspector
for the City of North Vancouver, representing cities and municipalities; J. Grumey,
electrical contractor, representing the Vancouver Electrical Association; and 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. Six
meetings were held throughout the year.
DISTRICT OFFICES
District offices are maintained at the following centres: Victoria, Nanaimo,
Courtenay, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Prince Rupert, Prince George, Kamloops, Kelowna,
Penticton, Trail, Cranbrook, and West Coast and Howe Sound (operates from Vancouver
office).   In addition, four Inspectors work from Vancouver office.
During the year, arrangements were completed with the City of Nelson, City of
Kamloops, City of Courtenay, City of Port Alberni, Municipality of Alberni, the
Municipality of Saanich, and the Municipality of Central Saanich for this Department to
assume entire administration of electrical inspections in those areas. This was done under
the terms of the " Electrical Inspection Act." It is proposed to continue this extension
of activities where requested by municipalities in an endeavour to promote a more uniform
and efficient electrical inspection system in the Province. In those areas where this
arrangement is in effect, improved service has been made possible and satisfaction has
been expressed by those concerned.
Due to a request from the Municipality of Saanich for this department to take over
inspections in that area, a rearangement of district boundaries was effected. The Duncan
office was discontinued, and an office opened in Courtneay. The Nanaimo office now
takes in all territory south to and including Duncan. The Courtenay office takes in the
territory north of Qualicum Beach and the City of Port Alberni and Municipality of
Alberni and surrounding territory.
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.
Three meetings were attended—one in Toronto on April 30th, and May 1st, 2nd,
3rd, and 4th; one in Edmonton on October 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th; and one in Winnipeg
on January 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th.
Due to the urgency of finalizing preparation of the proposed sixth edition of the
Canadian Electrical Code, the additional meeting was held in Winnipeg. This resulted
in advancing the possible date for the new proposed edition.
The new branch office of the Canadian Standards Association in London, England,
is now serving a very useful purpose in that it makes available information to European
manufacturers and assists them with approvals requirements. One instance of this was
the service made available to a Dutch company respecting importation of pumping equipment for land development in this Province. Negotiations were completed to the
satisfaction of all concerned.
Relations with other Provinces continue to be excellent, and continued progress is
being made respecting standardization of electrical regulations throughout Canada. REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF BOILERS AND MACHINERY
P 31
POLE-LINE PERMITS
The department, during the year, checked 271 applications for erection of pole-lines
on Crown lands or Provincial highways. This was a decrease of 106 from the previous
year.   Recommendations on each were forwarded to the Chief Engineer.
PUBLIC WORKS
The department, during the year, continued to prepare electrical plans and specifications for the Provincial Department of Public Works. In addition, is has acted in a
consulting capacity to other Government departments. The value of work carried out
this year was only slightly less than last year. The total value of work for which plans
and specifications were planned was $563,655.37, as recorded from contracts awarded.
In addition to the preparation of plans and specifications, supervision was also
exercised over each contract during construction.
L. Robson,
Inspector oj Electrical Energy.
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 fiftieth annual report of the operation of the Steam Boilers
and Machinery Inspection Department for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1952.
THE ACT
The rapid influx of steam equipment into isolated territories for oil-drilling and
the number of small plants that are installed in Interior points between inspection
itineraries have indicated the need for an interim certificate, to permit such plants to
operate legally rather than delay their operation until they can be visited by an Inspector.
Such a device, with its special provisions, has been prepared for inclusion in the
Act.
REGULATIONS
Our Regulations Governing Hot-water Heating Plants were passed by Order in
Council No. 2059 on August 25th, 1951, then published in booklet form.
An open meeting attended by manufacturers, users, and members of the department was held on March 27th to discuss the revision of Boiler and Pressure-vessel
Regulations. An advisory committee was formed to work with the department in
this connection.
INDUSTRY
The larger manufacturers continue to receive orders for oil-refinery equipment
for Alberta and Saskatchewan. The construction of this equipment is supervised by
the Department on behalf of the other Provincial authorities concerned.
The expansion of local oil-refineries will provide additional work for our manufacturers, who, in agreement with the oil companies and the department, will build
refinery vessels to the A.S.M.E. Code in order to maintain a uniform standard of
design used by all oil companies throughout Canada and thus expedite and facilitate
construction. P 32 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
REFRIGERATION
Inspectors have surveyed and registered thirty-nine refrigeration plants, and they
report excellent co-operation from the owners and operators. This work will continue
until all industrial plants are registered.
WELDING
We examined 661 welders, an increase of 27.6 per cent over the previous year.
It is expected that the next year's total may reach 1,000, due to developments in the
oil and pulp industries. Provision is now being made for the department to establish
its own welding-shop for the examination of welders and thus save considerable time
and expense both for the welding candidates and the department.
PERSONNEL
The position of Examiner has been abolished. Each Inspector now undertakes
examination duties in rotation. Another Inspector will be added to the staff on
April 1st.
SUMMARY OF WORK
New designs and amendments checked  427
Fees collected for designs  $2,817.65
Fees collected for work done in boiler-shops  $5,497.67
New boilers built in British Columbia  175
New boilers built in Eastern Canada  32
New boilers built in the United States  1
Second-hand boilers imported  9
Total number of all boilers inspected  2,900
Plates inspected and tested  488
Number of engineers examined  778
Number of welders examined  661
Over-all cost of department to Government  $76,464.86
Over-all total revenue  $75,062.26
D. Denham,
Chiej Inspector.
DISTRICT REPORTS
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No.  1  (VANCOUVER ISLAND
AND THE ISLANDS)
(Divisional Engineer, H. F. Bourne)
Alberni Electoral District
i-oa..,..—Construction on the Alberni Mountain was completed and paved. The
Canadian Highway from Cherry Creek Road to Helen Street in Alberni was constructed
and paved. A mile of reconstruction was completed on Faber Road. Maggie Lake Trail
was improved to carry vehicles for a distance of one-half mile. Extensive gravelling was
carried on, and numerous smaller roads were opened up and widened. DISTRICT REPORTS
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Bridges.—Maintenance of bridges was carried out throughout the district, and the
Kitsuksis Bridge was completely redecked. Wise Creek Bridge was replaced by a culvert
and fill.
General.—Winter conditions were easier than the previous year, although several
heavy snowfalls taxed forces and equipment had to be shipped in from other districts for
short periods.
Comox Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on most secondary and primary
roads. Many old wooden culverts were replaced by concrete or metal culverts. Gravelling
and repairs, ditching and brushing was carried out throughout the year. Many applications for access culverts were also complied with and installed with our own manufactured
concrete culvert-pipe.
In addition, minor reconstruction was carried out on several district side-roads or
secondary roads.
Reconstruction.—On the Island Highway north of Campbell River to the new pulp-
mill road, 2.40 miles was reconstructed to a modified standard.
Brewster Lake Road from intersection of Island Highway to Elk Falls, 3.15 miles,
was reconstructed to modified standard.
Island Highway (32r) in the City of Courtenay from Courtenay River Bridge to
Courtenay Hotel, 0.15 mile, to eliminate slough bridge, was modified and vastly improved
by fill, sidewalk, fence, and shoulder markers. On the Island Highway from Sixth to
Tenth Streets, 800 feet of curb and gutter were installed, with a slight change in road
grade.
Reconstruction of Island Highway from Huband Road to Oyster River, 13.6 miles,
was started, with 20 per cent completed.
Bridges.—Slough Bridge No. 30 was replaced by a battery of three Type C multi-
plate arch culvert and fill.
All bridges were kept under surveillance and repaired when needed, especially decking, throughout year.
Bituminous Surjacing.—The fiscal year saw approximately 8 miles of surfacing done,
distributed as follows: Island Highway, hot plant mix, 2.40 miles; Brewster Lake Road,
hot plant mix, 3.15 miles; Canadian Highway, hot plant mix, 1.85 miles; and Island
Highway, road mix, 0.13 mile.
Snow-removal. — Snow was comparatively light, but icing conditions prevailed,
causing much sanding to be done.
Ferries.—Denman Island and Quadra Island Ferries operated throughout the year
very satisfactorily.
Cowichan-Newcastle Electoral District
Roads.—On the Youbou Road, 2.6 miles was reconstructed, ready for paving, and
2 miles of clearing and grubbing was carried out in the Meade Creek section. Four miles
of the Spruston Road was reconstructed and ready for paving, and also 0.4 mile of the
Tzouhalem Road was reconstructed and ready for paving. The retaining-wall at
Cowichan Bay was replaced by stone fill, and screened gravel obtained from this operation
was distributed on many of the secondary roads in the Duncan area. The Buena Vista Hill
was widened at Cowichan Bay. The 0.4-mile revision of the South Shore Road at Honeymoon Bay was completed, ready for pavement.
Bridges.—Repairs were carried out on all bridges, the Tee Bridge and the Jaynes
Bridge being replaced by culvert and fill. The Riverside Bridge in the Cowichan Village
was replaced by a concrete and steel structure, and the Chemainus River Bridge was
replaced by a creosoted chord-timber structure.
General.—Temperatures during the winter were not as low as several previous years;
however, heavy snowfalls were encountered, which taxed the equipment at times.  DISTRICT REPORTS
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Esquimalt Electoral District
Construction. — The reconstruction of the Sooke Road was completed last year.
That part of Craigflower Road in the Esquimalt Municipality between the district boundary and Lampson Street was reclassified as arterial and reconstructed for a distance of
approximately 0.63 mile.
Hallowell Road was constructed for a distance of approximately 0.16 mile. Jacklin
Road was constructed for a distance of 0.10 mile and reconstructed and widened for a
distance of 0.10 mile.
Stormont Road, Suzanne Place, Glenairlie Drive, and Rudyard Road, for a total
distance of 0.51 mile, were widened and gravelled in preparation for surfacing. Belmont
Road was reconstructed, widened, and gravelled for a distance of 0.37 mile. This work
was 60 per cent completed last year.
There were several dangerous rock corners on the Metchosin Road between Albert
Head and Duke Road removed.   Access steps were built to Witty's Beach on Parry Bay.
Paint-shop equipment was installed in the old garage at Langford.
Maintenance. — Roads throughout the district were maintained in a satisfactory
manner. Most of the gravel roads in the Cobble Hill area and all of the gravel roads in
the Langford area were extensively gravelled with screened gravel. There was no frost-
damage last year.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was average last year. All roads were kept open continuously by crews working on three eight-hour shifts.
Bridges.—Fitzgerald Bridge on the Shawnigan Lake Road was replaced by a 4- by
6-foot reinforced-concrete culvert and fill. Fish Camp Creek Bridge on the West Coast
Road was replaced by a 4- by 6-foot reinforced box culvert and fill. Vogel Creek Bridge
on the West Coast Road was replaced by a 6- by 8-foot reinforced box culvert in preparation for a fill. Mild Creek Bridge on the West Coast Road was replaced by a 4- by
6-foot reinforced box culvert in preparation for a fill.
The Burnt Bridge on the Renfrew Road diversion was built over the Koksilah River.
This was a log-stringer bridge 64 feet long on concrete abutments. Baird Bridge on the
Parkinson Road in Port Renfrew was rebuilt.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Departmental forces surfaced with road mix the following
roads: Stormont Road, Suzanne Place, Glenairlie Drive, and Rudyard Road. Kerwood
Road was given a flush-coat. Sooke Road was surfaced with plant mix by contract for
a distance of 13 miles. Metchosin Road was given a seal-coat for a distance of 2.5 miles
from the Sooke Road This work was done by contract. Station Road, from the Island
Highway to Langford Garage, was surfaced by contract.
Nanaimo and the Islands Electoral District
Roads.—Two miles of the Fulford-Ganges Road were reconstructed. Extensive
drainage projects were carried out on Wakesiah Avenue, Howard Avenue, Park Avenue,
Fourth Street, and Renfrew Street. Catch-basins were installed on Terminal Avenue,
part of the classified highway through Nanaimo. Extensive gravelling was carried out
through the Nanaimo area, including the Brechin area, which was turned over to the City
of Nanaimo in February. Rock points were cut to increase vision on the North End
Road.   Saltspring Island and Gulf Island roads were widened and improved generally.
Bridges.—All bridges were maintained throughout the district. Field Bridge on
Saturna Island was replaced by culvert and fill, and work was carried on in the replacement of the Horton Bay Bridge, Mayne Island. Work was carried on starting the
replacement of Fruitvale Bridge on Saltspring Island.
The Department paid one-half the cost of redecking the Millstone Bridge, belonging
to the City of Nanaimo.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Eight miles of resealing damaged seal-coats were carried out. P 36 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Ferries.—The Gabriola Island Ferry continued to give adequate service to residents
on Gabriola Island. The increased Fulford-Schwartz Bay Ferry schedule was carried on
throughout the year.
General.—Temperatures during the winter were more moderate than previous years;
however, sanding and snow-removal taxed crews at times. The replacing of cedar culverts with concrete was carried on extensively, and drainage throughout the area received
increased attention.
Oak Bay Electoral District
Beach Drive was maintained in a satisfactory manner, this Department contributing
the usual percentage.
Saanich Electoral District
Construction.—The Patricia Bay Highway from Royal Oak to Keatings Cross-road
was reconstructed for a distance of 5.8 miles. Departmental forces did three miles of
this reconstruction. The contract was let for the construction of the Patricia Bay Highway from Keatings Cross-road to the airport, a distance of 5.58 miles.
West Saanich Road from McTavish Road to Willingdon Road and Third Street from
Roberts Bay to Sidney were reconstructed, a total length of 2.35 miles, in preparation
for surfacing.
Camden Avenue, Conard Street, and Chancellor Avenue in North View Royal were
widened and gravelled in preparation for surfacing.
Maintenance.—All roads were satisfactorily maintained with the funds available.
All gravel roads in the Saanich District were extensively gravelled with pit-run gravel.
Bituminous Surfacing.—The surfacing crew surfaced with road mix 1.3 miles in the
North View Royal area. Mount Baker Avenue, Third Street, and West Saanich Road
for a distance of 2.52 miles were surfaced with road mix. McTavish Road from Loch-
side Road to the East Saanich Road was given a flush-coat.
Ferries.—The Brentwood-Mill Bay Ferry slips were maintained satisfactorily.
There was no major maintenance required here.
The Swartz Bay-Fulford Harbour Ferry slips were extensively repaired last year.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 2 (BURNABY, CHILLIWACK, DELTA, DEWD-
NEY, MACKENZIE, NEW WESTMINSTER, NORTH VANCOUVER, AND
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS).
(Divisional Engineer, W. R. Workman)
Burnaby Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal  maintenance,   consisting  of  ditching,  patching,   cleaning
catch-basins, shouldering, painting and replacing signs, was carried out on all roads.
Reconstruction.—Hastings-Barnet Road was widened 10 feet from Carlton Avenue
to Sperling Avenue, a distance of 2.15 miles.
Bridges.—Mill Creek Bridge No. 3-1 on the Hastings-Barnet Road was replaced
with 60-inch diameter asbestos-bonded steel culvert and fill;   100 per cent completed.
Snow-removal and Sanding.—Snowfall was normal during January and February,
1952, but the cost has risen due to the frequency of small snow-storms; also much more
sanding than usual was carried out.
Asphalt Surfacing.—The following surfacing was done in Burnaby Electoral
District:—
Central Arterial Highway:   Vancouver boundary to District of Coquitlam
boundary, 6.15 miles recapped;  width, 24 feet.
Hastings-Barnet Road:   Widened 10 feet from Carlton Avenue to Sperling
Avenue, 2.15 miles. DISTRICT REPORTS
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Chilliwack Electoral District
New Construction.—Approaches were completed to the new Vedder Canal Bridge,
0.85 mile.
Reconstruction.—A commencement was made late in the fiscal year on the reconstruction of 3 miles of Trans-Canada Highway (6r) in Sumas Municipality from Mile-
post 47 at Marshall Creek to Mile-post 50 at Sumas River. Work was a day-labour
project under the direction of district forces.
Maintenance.—Patching, ditching, brushing, and other normal maintenance work
was carried out on all main roads, and condition of these roads was satisfactory at
the end of the fiscal year.
Snow-removal.—Road crews were able to keep roads open without too much
difficulty, and except for a period of three weeks when a thick ice layer formed on the
road from Rosedale to Hope, roads were kept in reasonably good travelling condition
throughout the winter.
Bridges.—The new bridge over the Vedder Canal on the Trans-Canada Highway
(6r) was opened for traffic on June 18th, 1951.
Construction of a new bridge over Sumas River on the Trans-Canada Highway
(6r) in Sumas Municipality was commenced.
Replacement of Ferry Slough Bridge on Rosedale Ferry Road (9r) by solid fill
was made in March.
Ferries. — Agassiz-Rosedale Ferry was maintained and operated satisfactorily
during the year. Some difficulty was encountered in the fall low-water period, due to
lack of sufficient water to operate, but co-operation of the Federal Public Works Department in dredging channels allowed service to be maintained. The ferry was unable
to operate, however, from December 19th, 1951, to February 13th, 1952, due to ice
in the river.
Delta Electoral District
Reconstruction.—Reconstruction of McLellan Road (Highway No. 10) from the
Village of Langley westerly proceeded steadily throughout the year, except for a brief
shut-down during the winter months. By the end of the fiscal year all that portion
within the limits of Langley Municipality, 1.1 miles of 128r, as well as 5.5 miles of
125r within Surrey Municipality extending from the Langley municipal boundary
westerly to Johnston Road, had been graded and partially gravelled. This reconstruction was a day-labour project, using Departmental men and machines augmented by
hired outside equipment when necessary.
Maintenance.—Main roads were satisfactorily maintained during the year by road
crews who did an excellent job of patching, mowing and brushing of right-of-way, as
well as the many other odd duties connected with their work.
Snow-removal.—The past winter did not have the excessive snowfalls and extreme
long cold spells of the previous two years, but had rather a longer period of relatively
smaller snowfalls and border-line freezing temperatures that caused icing conditions.
Scraping of icy pavements and sanding were more extensive than usual, with the result
that costs of snow-removal and sanding were above the previous two years' costs even
though the winter was apparently not as severe.
Bridges.—Reconstruction of Canoe Pass Bridge to Westham Island, Delta Municipality, was completed in the early summer. This is an 1,100-foot long structure, and
the entire bridge, except for the steel swing span, was rebuilt. A ferry service operated
during the reconstruction.
A new steel and concrete 60-foot beam span was built over Chillikthan Slough on
the Ladner Trunk Road at Ladner by our Departmental bridge crew.
A new Howe truss was floated into place in Eburne Bridge No. 4 in Richmond
Municipality, as well as major repairs to piers and substructure and a complete renewal
of the ties and deck on this bridge being made. P 38 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
The swing span on Fraser Avenue Bridge No. 6, Richmond Municipality, was
redecked with a new steel open-grid type deck. Protection dolphins for the trestle
approaches of both this bridge and Fraser Avenue Bridge No. 8 were renewed.
The trestle approach on the south approach to Pattullo Bridge, which had settled
badly due to poor peat foundation, was raised to its original grade and redecked with
creosoted laminated decking.
Three trestle bridges on the Ladner Marsh Road (133r), Delta Municipality,
were removed and replaced by solid fill, as was also a small bridge on No. 5 Road
(66r), Richmond Municipality.
Tolls were removed from the Pattullo Bridge, Trans-Canada Highway, at New
Westminster on February 12th, 1952.
Ferries.—Ladner-Woodward Ferry operated very satisfactorily during the year.
Construction of a new ferry-landing on the Richmond side at Woodward Landing was
commenced.
Municipalities.—Secondary Highway 50b in Richmond Municipality was reconstructed and surfaced for 2 miles by the Department, as well as 2 miles of Secondary
Highway 84b, Woodward-Steveston Highway, to complete the improvement of these
highways commenced the previous year. Likewise, in Delta Municipality a further
3.5 miles of Secondary Highway 40b, Boundary Bay-Point Roberts Road, was widened
and resurfaced to complete the improvement of this road. Surrey Municipality was
given aid on various local road and bridge improvements, and Langley Municipality
was given aid in a local bridge-replacement programme.
Dewdney Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads, which consisted
of brushing, ditching, patching, shouldering, cleaning catch-basins, painting, and maintenance of signs.
A new 30-inch diameter pipe was installed through the highway on Nicomen Island
to serve one of the dyking pumps.
Reconstruction.—Two new 54-inch diameter wood-stave pipes were installed at
Miami Slough on Harrison Hot Springs Road.
McConnell and Legace Creeks in Hatzic Prairie were cleaned out, and the material
was used to reconstruct 0.5 mile of Sylvester Road.
Two new 36-inch diameter wood-stave pipes were installed through Lougheed Highway in Maillardville.
Three miles of reconstruction to Trans-Canada specifications from Deroche easterly
was commenced and 50 per cent completed.
New Construction.—One mile of new road was constructed to by-pass Imperial Oil
plant at loco, being from Sunnyside Road to Deer Lake, which is part of the road to
Bedwell Bay.
The extension of the highway from Agassiz to Ruby Creek was pushed forward 0.3
mile through heavy rock.
Storm-sewers and catch-basins were installed on Home Avenue in Mission, totalling
1,700 feet.
Three miles of the Coquitlam-Port Moody revision was 100 per cent completed by
contract.
Dale Road, 0.75 mile in length, was completed.
Asphalt Surfacing.—The following surfacing was completed:—
Coquitlam-Vancouver Highway:  Pipe-line Road to Port Moody, 2.55 miles.
Lougheed Highway (167r):   Brunette Bridge to Blue Mountain Road, 0.5
mile.
Dewdney Trunk Road (73b) :  1.75 miles; our share, 50 per cent. district reports
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Dewdney Trunk Road (92b) :  From Lougheed Highway to Harris Road, 1.5
miles.
Lougheed Highway (166r):  Burnaby boundary to Maillardville, 1.05 miles.
Trans-Canada Highway near Flood:  Dewdney east, 1.3 miles.
Snow-removal.—All roads were kept open at all times.    Snowfall was normal but
came in small storms, which necessitated ploughing more often.   More sanding was done
this year than on previous years.
Bridges.—Maintenance was carried out on fifty-seven bridges. The following major
work was done on the following bridges:—
Worth Bridge No. 153, Lougheed Highway on Nicomen Island:  Replaced by
48-inch diameter asbestos-bonded steel culvert and fill.
Agassiz Ditch No. 401, Harrison Hot Springs Road:   Replaced by 48-inch
diameter wood-stave culvert and fill,
loco Overhead Bridge:   A reinforced-concrete structure over the Canadian
Pacific Railway at Port Moody was completed by contract.
A new steel Howe-truss bridge was built by contract over the Alouette River
on Harris Road in Pit Meadows.
Coquitlam River Bridge No. 18: Repainted.
Thomson Bridge No. 54: Reconstructed.
Mcintosh Bridge No. 55: Reconstructed.
Sharpe Bridge No. 112:  Reconstructed.
Eagle Mill Bridge No.   116:   Creek cleaned and reconstruction of bridge
completed.
Peterson Bridge No. 126: New deck and cross-ties.
Bouchier Bridge No. 132: Reconstructed.
The year 1951-52 was normal, there being no extremes in weather to cause trouble.
Mackenzie Electoral District
General.—Routine maintenance was carried on throughout this district.
Construction. — Blubber Bay-Vananda Road reconstruction was completed in
1951-52.
Manson Road widening for distance of 0.5 mile was commenced and completed.
River Road section of Lund Road widened.
Surgenor Bridge, Bloedel Bridge, and Miss No. 1 Bridge replaced by culvert and fill.
Grade revised for a distance of 0.25 mile.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall varied greatly throughout the district, but in general it
was heavy, and the crews were ploughing and sanding continuously during the latter part
of the winter season.
New Westminster Electoral District
Maintenance.—There were 6.1 miles of streets maintained by patching pavement,
brushing, ditching, and painting in District Lot 172.
Surfacing.—Twentieth Street from Burnaby boundary to Hamilton Street was paved
on the south side to fill the gap between the old pavement and the curb.
Eighth Avenue was paved out to the curb from Twentieth Street to Twenty-second
Street.
North Vancouver Electoral District
General.—Regular maintenance work was carried on throughout the district.
Construction.—New diversion on Keith Road from Marine Drive to Argyle Street
at Horseshoe Bay completed.
Diversion on the Dollarton Road (157r) at Deeks-McBride plant completed.
Boundary Bridge on 132r replaced with 44-foot wide fill and paved. P 40 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Marine Drive 132r and 89r paved for distance of 18 miles, and Marine Drive 156r
paved for total length of 1 mile.
Emergency repairs by rock fill made to collapsed retaining-wall at Caulfeild, West
Vancouver, 132r.
River-bank protection work completed on banks of Seymour Creek and faced with
quarried stone.
Snow-removal.—Frequent snowfalls and severe icing conditions made ploughing
and sanding continuously necessary during winter season.
Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral District
General.—The usual maintenance work was carried on throughout the district.
Construction. — Installation of sub-drainage on Marine Drive from Chancellor
Boulevard to West Mall and installation of drainage system on Old Marine Drive.
Snowfall.—There was a heavy snowfall in this area, and ploughing and sanding were
continuous through the latter part of the winter season.
Yale Electoral District
Maintenance.—An abnormal spring break-up made the maintenance of the Fraser
Canyon Highway to the usual standards impossible. However, a normal spring in 1952
assures a return to satisfactory condition. After the spring clean-up, gravel roads were
well maintained.
A spectacular slip of about 4,000,000 tons of material, carrying one-quarter mile of
the Spences Bridge-Merritt Road into the Nicola River, was quickly remedied by standard
reconstruction
Brushing, maintenance of signs, and culvert installation and maintenance progressed.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—On the Trans-Canada Highway widening
and realigning was completed on the half-mile of rock bluffs on Jackass Mountain.
Reconstruction was continued toward Bell Crossing north of Yale, involving 1.33
miles of heavy rock and rock-slide excavation.
From the Hells Gate tunnels to the completed Alexandra Lodge east project, 2.63
miles of widening and realigning was begun.
The Merritt-Princeton Road from Miles 63.5 to 65.0 was reconstructed, linking two
recently completed sections. The reconstruction of the Spences Bridge-Merritt Road
from Miles 32.5 to 35 was completed, and Miles 0 to 7 on the Merritt-Kamloops Road
was 42 per cent completed, the latter being mainly widening, ditching, and gravelling.
The Red Bluff section 8 miles from Princeton toward Coalmont was improved for
0.3 mile.
Buildings. — Interior painting and minor repairs were carried out at the Merritt
Court-house, and the Hope Police Building was completely renovated.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Road-mix pavement was laid on the Spences Bridge Road
from Miles 0 to 2.8 and Miles 24 to 29.   Miles 33 to 35 were primed.
Bridges.—The Coquihalla River Truss Bridge on the Othello Road near Hope was
redecked and reinforced throughout. The Nine Mile Bridge near Boston Bar was also
completely reinforced.
Several more old wooden bridges were redecked with a tie system and longitudinal
decking.   The remainder were inspected frequently and maintained.
Ferries.—Service of the Boston Bar-North Bend Aerial Ferry was interrupted for
a total of twenty-nine days for repairs, installation of new main and haulage cables, and
new Chrysler auxiliary winch. The electric winch was installed in June, 1952. Ferry
buildings were repaired and painted. During the twelve months, 15,250 vehicles and
43,780 passengers were transported—an increase of 10 per cent in vehicles and 6 per cent
in passengers over the previous year. DISTRICT REPORTS P 41
The Lytton Reaction Ferry across the Fraser River was taken over by the Yale
District on January 1st, 1952. New ramps were constructed and other improvements
proposed.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 3 (COLUMBIA, KAMLOOPS, REVELSTOKE,
SALMON ARM, AND YALE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, L. E. Smith)
Columbia Electoral District
Maintenance. — Grading and general maintenance was carried out on all roads in
the district. Numerous rock and mud slides on the Trans-Canada Highway, Golden-
Leanchoil section, increased maintenance difficulties. However, these resulted in comparatively short road closures. A periodic mud-slide at Deadman's Hill, Mile 53 south of
Golden on Kootenay-Columbia Highway No. 1, caused considerable inconvenience, and
short road closures were experienced.
Extensive frost conditions in the subgrade between Radium Hot Springs Junction
and the southern extremity of the district on the Kootenay-Columbia Highway resulted
in an abnormal number of frost-boils. Approximately ten sections averaging 150 feet
long were dug out and back-filled with gravel and patched with asphaltic cold patching
material. Two thousand cubic yards of patching material was used to restore the
pavement.
A 1-mile portion of the Westside Road No. 2 crossing the Columbia Valley at
Spillimacheen was raised by an additional 1 Vi feet in an effort to bring the elevation of
the roadway above the average high-water level.
Construction.—Two miles of reconstruction on the Kootenay-Columbia Highway
from Miles 13.5 to 15.5 south of Golden was completed, except for paving. Day-labour
forces were employed in this project.
A 7.25-mile portion of the Trans-Canada Highway, Golden-Leanchoil section, commencing at the park boundary, was let by contract. Approximately 5Vi miles of reconstruction was completed by the end of the year.
Bridges. — Two bridges were redecked, and general repairs were carried out to
various others. The by-passed portions of the Bush and Sullivan River Bridges on the
Big Bend section were dismantled.
A steel bridge was erected in Golden under contract to replace the Kicking Horse
River Bridge No. 4.
Bituminous Surfacing.—A total of 9.8 miles of bituminous plant-mix pavement was
laid in the Golden area. Also 8.6 miles of the Kootenay-Columbia Highway was
resurfaced from Golden south and 1.2 miles of the Trans-Canada Highway Big Bend
section was resurfaced from Golden west.
Snow-removal.—Normal snow conditions were experienced, and all main highways
were kept open, with the exception of the Big Bend from Donald to Boat Encampment.
Total recorded depth of snowfall in Golden was 67 inches. Temperatures ranged as low
as 33 degrees below zero.
Kicking Horse River Bank Protection.—At the commencement of driving operations
the river was eroding the east bank of the channel at the rate of 25 feet per week. This
was during high water.
Three groins were driven at an upstream angle of approximately 30 degrees to the
normal of the bank. Rock riprap was placed along the channel from the third groin downstream for a distance of 100 feet. A gravel dyke was constructed along the top of the
bank above the rock riprap.
A fourth groin was driven at approximately 150 feet below the third groin near the
lower extremity of the bend in the channel. P 42
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Kamloops Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads in the Kamloops Electoral District were well maintained
and repaired during 1951. Trans-Canada Highway, Merritt Road, and North Thompson
to Vavenby received special attention due to increased traffic on these roads.
Pavement-repair work was extensive, particularly on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Four and one-half miles of road mix was done between the district's west boundary and
Savona.   All roads were kept in good condition for traffic.
Although actual snow-ploughing operations covered only two months of winter, all
roads were kept open.   Icy conditions were kept under control at all times.
Construction.—A 3-mile section of the North Thompson Highway between Kamloops and Heffley Creek, which was started in 1950, was completed.
A 13-mile section of Trans-Canada Highway immediately east of Kamloops was
completed. Other construction work including a regrading of North Thompson Highway
between Blue River and Albreda and also between Birch Island and Vavenby. Also a
2-mile section of the Brocklehurst Road was reconstructed on old alignment.
A start was made on reconstruction of a 4-mile section of the Kamloops-Merritt
Road known as "McConnell Lane." Also a section of the Trans-Canada Highway
system was built, connecting Columbia Street in the City of Kamloops with the completed
Trans-Canada Highway section immediately east of Kamloops.
Bridges. — Maintenance of bridges was carried out as required to maintain safe
travelling conditions for traffic. No new bridges were constructed. Eight bridges were
reconstructed completely. During reconstruction, traffic-flow was maintained at all times.
In general, the bridge work in this district is slowly improving, but there are still many
timber bridges that will need rebuilding very soon.
Ferries.—All ferries maintained in good condition.
Plant and Equipment. — Maintenance was carried out on equipment-sheds and
garage.   A new lighting system was installed in Kamloops and Barriere equipment-sheds.
Three new 3-ton short-wheelbased trucks were acquired, as well as four power sand-
spreaders.
Revelstoke Electoral District
Roads Generally.—A completely new road register was made, following a check-up
of all roads in the district.
The maintenance of the Big Bend Highway was more difficult than ever because of
increased traffic, long dry spells, and the consequent loss of what little gravel surface
material remained. Whenever possible, three graders were working a minimum of three
weeks in every four on this road.
Six hundred feet of steel guard-rail set on old railway-rails which were in concrete
sockets was erected on Summit Lake. This was removed during the winter months to
allow the bulldozers and graders to push slides on to the lake.
A thaw followed by extremely heavy rains for a lengthy period in late January and
heavy frosts later caused an unusually bad break-up in the district roads during March.
The Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road was extremely bad and was closed to all traffic for
six weeks.
Drainage and Culverts.—A total of 4,300 feet of roadside ditches was cleared in
the Malakwa area, and a main run-off ditch dug. This enabled many farmers to carry
on a much needed field-drainage programme which had been held up because of the bad
condition of the right-of-way drainage.
The work of replacing old culverts and installing new ones throughout the district
continued.    Altogether, some twenty-five culverts, totalling  1,266 feet, were placed. P 44 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
This included one culvert in the suburbs of Revelstoke, 660 feet long, of 12-inch pipe,
which is buried in some places as much as 11 feet underground.
Some work was done to drain the Provincial roads on C.P.R. hill, and a start is thus
made to make these roads usable during the spring run-off period.
Brushing.—Extensive brushing operations were carried out on the Big Bend Highway. The Holmes-Hall brush-cutter was used to trim some 25 miles of the worst between
Revelstoke and Boat Encampment. Many bad corners were brushed out on the remaining sections, but the extremely heavy annual growth makes this work appear negligible.
The south side of the Beaton-Trout Lake Road was brushed out for an average of
20 feet from road centre to ease the snow-removal problem and provide sight vision for
the increased traffic.
On all roads in the district narrow sections of the road and the inside of all bad
corners were cleared of brush.
Bridges.—Three small bridges were completely rebuilt during the year. One on
the Mount Cartier Loop Road was built of timbers treated by the Arrowhead Wood
Preservers, and the anticipated life is forty years.
The Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke was completely redecked, with the planks
on a 45-degree angle. The Eagle River Bridge at Malakwa was redecked with the tie
system, and extensive repairs were made to the Illecillewaet River Bridge at Greely.
A start was made in replacing two large slough bridges on the Revelstoke-Arrowhead
Road with culverts and rock fills.
Some twenty other bridges were redecked or repaired, and a complete inspection
was made of all bridges and an up-to-date bridge register compiled.
All the bridges and cribs on the trunk mining-road from Ferguson to Gainer Creek
were replaced for the Department of Mines.
Snow Service.—The snowfall was somewhat lighter than 1950-51, but at 185 inches
it was considerably more than the average of 152 inches over the past forty-five-year
period.
For the first time a truck-road was kept open throughout the winter from Beaton to
Camborne and from Beaton to Ferguson and Trout Lake. This was only made possible
by the use of a rotary snow unit on a D-4 tractor. During the summer all maintenance
and project work done in that area was done with the problems of snow-ploughing
in mind.
Considerably more sanding was necessary during the last part of the season.
Mechanical sand-spreaders greatly speeded this task.
Ferries.—The winter power-cables for the two Columbia River reaction ferries were
taken out of the water to prevent icing conditions, and the ferries ran all winter without
any interruption to service.
Twelve Mile Ferry carried 17,128 vehicles and Twenty-four Mile Ferry 23,124
vehicles during the year. This is an increase of 25 per cent for the former and 45 per
cent for the latter ferry over the 1950—51 figures and was occasioned mainly by increased
logging in the immediate area and travel to and from the Beaton-Trout Lake mining area.
The increase over the 1949-50 totals is 41 and 96 per cent respectively.
Pulvimix Processed Base.—Nine miles of pulvimix were done between Revelstoke
and Sicamous on the Trans-Canada Highway by the Surfacing Branch. This caused
considerable work for the district in preparatory gravelling. From Revelstoke to Sicamous, 35 of the 48 miles are now either paved or with a processed base.
Buildings.—A new garage was constructed just outside the city limits on the Big
Bend Highway and was ready for occupancy at the end of the fiscal year. The Department has a 20-acre tract of land here, which includes a gravel-pit and excellent yard area
with access to a private railway siding. DISTRICT REPORTS
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The basement of the Court-house was remodelled to accommodate the R.C.M.P.
offices and cells. A large room in the attic was renovated to provide a draughting-room
for future Trans-Canada survey crews.
Salmon Arm Electoral District
Maintenance.—All roads throughout the district were maintained in a satisfactory
manner during the year. A number of farmers worked out taxes on side-roads and trails.
Some widening, gravelling, and drainage improvement was done on various roads.
Reconstruction. — The Kamloops-Vernon Highway between Schweb's Bridge and
O'Keefe (4.43 miles) was realigned and constructed, 32 feet in width; 75 per cent of
the work was completed.
On the Trans-Canada Highway, the Salmon River-Canoe Creek section (5.2 miles)
was realigned and constructed to the Department standard and was 90 per cent completed.
Also a start was made on the section between the Salmon River and Mile 345.2 (2 miles),
and 30 per cent of the work was completed. On the Sorrento-Blind Bay Road, for
a distance of 0.6 mile, a diversion of the existing road at Baines Hill was 100 per cent
completed by our own forces.
Bridges.—Normal maintenance was carried out satisfactorily on bridges throughout
the district. Four pile-trestle bridges were renewed, and two bridges were replaced by
culverts and fill.
Bituminous Surfacing. — The Kamloops-Vernon Highway between Falkland and
Schweb's Bridge (10 miles) was paved with alphaltic plant mix, 22 feet wide. Four
hundred and ninety cubic yards of asphaltic plant mix was stored for district maintenance repairs.
Snow-removal.—The average total snowfall throughout the district, which commenced December 7th and ended March 15th, was 98 inches.   All roads were kept open.
Ferries.—Ferry service between Sorrento and Scotch Creek was suspended, due to
ice forming in Shuswap Lake, from January 12th to April 8th.
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 done on all roads throughout
the district. Part of the Lynn Creek Road was straightened to enable a bridge to be
replaced by two galvanized-steel culverts (24 inches and 36 inches in diameter). Portions
of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway east of Christina to Santa Rosa Summit were
widened, and crushed rock laid over the whole 14.5 miles. Considerable rock work was
done on the Wallace Mountain Road to Highland Bell mine, Beaverdell.
A new two double-bay equipment-shed was constructed at Bridesville.
Snow-removal.—The usual snow-removal was carried out from November to March,
the heaviest snowfall being in January. Carmi-McCulloch Road was closed from December 1st, 1951, to March 18th, 1952, and the Santa Rosa Summit Road from December
1st, 1951, to May 10th, 1952.
Surjacing.—Eight miles of road west of Rock Creek Canyon Bridge and 1.2 miles
of road at Greenwood were pulvimixed.
Bridges.—Granby Bridge No. 88 was redecked, cross-braced, and the old pile bents
cribbed and filled. A crib and shear boom were built at Kettle River Bridge No. 160.
Minor maintenance was carried out on other bridges in the district.
Ingram Bridge No. 34, a steel and concrete high-level bridge over the Kettle River
and Canadian Pacific Railway, was completed. district reports
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Rock Creek Canyon Bridge No. 185, a 300-foot high bridge, 938.5 feet long 8 miles
west of the village of Rock Creek, was completed in approximately nine months. This
eliminated 2.5 miles of road through Rock Creek Canyon.
North Okanagan Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads. The Six Mile
Creek Road No. 124 and parts of the Sugar Lake Road No. 129 were widened. Extensive
gravelling was done on the Okanagan Highway from Grindrod northerly W2 miles. On
the Enderby-Grindrod Road No. 39, the Westside Road No. 138, the Commonage Road
No. 30, and the Creighton Valley Road No. 31, numerous culverts were installed, and
weed-spraying and brush-clearing were carried out. Forty tons of calcium chloride were
used for dust-control. A total of 1,500 cubic yards of plant mix was used for patching.
The main Okanagan Highway was centre-lined from Oyama to 4 miles north of Enderby,
a total of 40 miles. The Sign Department erected new route-markers on No. 97 and
No. 6 Highways.
Surfacing. — Twenty-seven miles of seal-coating was completed by the Surfacing
Branch, and eight miles of pulvimixing.
Reconstruction.—Reconstruction was started on the Kedleston Road No. 66. The
Albers Road No. 2 was widened and gravelled. Six miles of the Vernon-Slocan Highway
was gravelled.
Bridges. — Four timber bridges were reconstructed, and two were replaced by
culverts.   Ten bridges were wholly or partially redecked.
Snow-removal. — An exceptionally heavy snowfall increased snow-removal costs
greatly, especially in December and January. The highway over the Monashee Pass was
closed for the winter.   All other main roads were kept open.
South Okanagan Electoral District
Maintenance.—An extraordinary heavy spring break-up was experienced in 1951
which necessitated heavy regravelling of most roads. In addition, considerable new
culvert installation was necessary to improve drainage facilities. Some 15 miles of new
road were gravelled, and many other lightly gravelled roads were improved.
The Public Works garage at Westbank was completed.
Surfacing.—Due to severe break-up on the main highway south of Peachland, 5
miles were repaired with road mix. Five miles of main highway immediately north of
Kelowna were paved with hot plant mix. Fifteen miles of fruit-hauling roads were
treated with calcium chloride for dust-control.
Snow-removal.—An unusually heavy snowfall was experienced, but all roads were
kept open without difficulty.
Flood-control.—The usual local flooding occurred above and below the Casorso
Bridge. The channel work completed in 1949 and 1950 on Mission Creek withstood the
flood-waters in an excellent manner, and no difficulty was experienced in those areas.
Bridges.—Two new small bridges were constructed. Two 60-foot spans were reconstructed and one 60-foot and one 96-foot wooden spans were replaced with culverts and
fills. Work commenced on the 140-foot Mission Creek K.L.O. Bridge. In addition,
heavy repairs on five other structures were undertaken.
Ferries.—No ice conditions were experienced on the lake. Overhaul of the ships
commenced in February. The construction of a new ferry-dock on the Kelowna side was
started in mid-February.
Construction and Reconstruction. — Eleven miles of road were reconstructed in
preparation for paving. P 48 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Similkameen Electoral District
Roads.—All gravel roads were regularly maintained and kept in good condition
throughout the year. Gravel shoulders on main highways were maintained with graders.
Weeds were cut by mower on some sections of the main highways, but mowing was
carried out mostly on secondary roads.
Gravel roads came through the winter in generally good condition. Paved roads,
particularly the Okanagan Highway, broke up badly in numerous sections. Also the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway had several bad sections.
A treatment of calcium chloride was applied to 6.5 miles on the Copper Mountain
Road.   The application was not too successful due to a very dry summer.
The Princeton-Merritt Road was widened and realigned for a distance of 1.5 miles.
Six and a half miles of new road were constructed and completed on a V.L.A. project at
Cawston. Five miles were reconstructed on the Okanagan Highway and Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway near Osoyoos; also 8 miles of orchard roads were reconstructed near
Osoyoos.
Bridges.—No bridges were constructed during the year. Minor repairs were carried
out on numerous bridges.
Paving.—The following comprises the paving completed in the district:—
1.8 miles of plant-mix paving laid on Penticton Arterial 42r.
5 miles of plant-mix paving laid on the Southern Trans-Provincial and Okanagan Highways.
8 miles of plant-mix paving laid on orchard roads in the Osoyoos area.
5.5 miles of plant-mix recap laid on the Penticton-Naramata Secondary Road.
10 miles surface-treated south of Oliver on the Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall in the Okanagan section and South Similkameen section
was one of the heaviest on record. Snowfalls, combined with high winds, taxed snow-
removal equipment to the limit. Snowfall in the Princeton area was light. Sanding
operations were very heavy throughout the entire district. All roads were kept open,
and very little inconvenience was experienced by the travelling public.
Floods.—High water was again experienced in the Oliver section of the Okanagan.
High water was within four-tenths of 1948. Although the Similkameen River was high,
no flooding was experienced, due to all dykes holding very well.
Hope—Princeton Section of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.—Extensive patching was necessary, but the highway in general came through the winter in reasonably good
condition.
Gravel shoulders were maintained by grading. Extensive ditching was necessary,
due to construction of the B.C. Telephone line.
Alder-spraying was carried out for a distance of 8 miles from Hope east.
Due to a culvert failure, considerable work was necessary at Whipsaw Creek.
Approximately 35,000 yards of material was moved to throw the line up-hill.
Snowfall was relatively light, and very little difficulty was experienced in keeping
the highway open. Sanding, however, was very extensive. Stock-piles of screened sand
were placed at convenient locations along the highway, facilitating sanding operations.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 5  (CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(District Engineer, J. A. Dennison)
Cranbrook Electoral District
Reconstruction.—A project was undertaken by the Departmental forces to reconstruct 8.26 miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway from the west boundary of DISTRICT REPORTS
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the City of Cranbrook to Lumberton.    This was 95 per cent completed at the end of
the fiscal year.
Maintenance.—Frost-action during the 1950-51 winter did very extensive damage
to all roads in the district. While the dirt and gravel roads were not too difficult to repair,
the repairs to the main Southern Trans-Provincial Highway were very extensive. The
pavement on this highway was repaired with asphalt road mix and asphalt plant mix.
In all, there was an aggregate of 8 miles which had to be road-mixed, and this used
45,000 gallons of asphalt. In addition to the above, 4,600 yards of plant-mix asphalt
patching was used.
A section of the Bull River Road was reconstructed by Cranbrook forces.
A section of the new highway between Wardner and Cranbrook was excavated to
a depth of 4 feet and back-filled with pit-run gravel.
Considerable shovel work was carried out on the Moyie Hill section to ditch and
clear off sluffs.
Two and a half miles of gravel roads in the vicinity of Cranbrook were oiled to
combat the dust nuisance.
Approximately half a mile of the Bull River Plant Road was improved to lessen
grade on one hill.
Repairs were made to the Banff-Windermere Highway 3 miles north of Kimberley.
A section of the road was washed out during spring run-off.
Considerable ditching and widening of shoulders was done on the Banff-Windermere
Highway.
Snow-removal.—While relatively light fall of snow occurred during winter, personnel
and equipment were kept busy combating the ice conditions with sand.
Bridges.—Waldo Bridge, across the Kootenay at Waldo, was redecked with the
replacement of many new stringers. Twenty-four hours' watch was kept on the C.P.R.
Bridge at Wasa.
Fernie Electoral District
Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout the district during the
past year. Side-roads were ditched, and the policy of replacing existing old wooden
culverts with corrugated-iron pipe was continued, with several carloads of pipe being
used for this purpose. Side-roads were also widened with graders during maintenance
operations.    Sign-maintenance, brushing, ditching, etc., was carried out during the year.
The road to Kootenay Base Metal Mines was widened, realigned, and gravelled by
the company, with financial assistance from this Department.
A small revision was made on No. 93 Road from Elko to Roosville, eliminating
two bad curves. A revision at the junction of Elk Valley Road No. 4 and Mansfield
Road No. 17 was completed by day-labour. This revision eliminated two bad curves
and considerably improved the grade.
Major Reconstruction and Improvements.—A contract for the reconstruction of the
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway from Fernie westerly for a distance of 5 miles was
awarded and was 25 per cent completed at the end of the fiscal year.
Three miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway easterly of Hosmer was
reconstructed by Departmental forces.
Bituminous Surjacing.—Five miles of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway easterly of Hosmer were paved to a width of 24 feet, as were the three bridge approaches in
the vicinity of Michel. The Elko and Jaffray overhead approaches were also paved to
a 24-foot width.
Bridges.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all bridges throughout the district
during the past year. The steel and concrete overheads at Jaffray and Elko were painted.
Several of the timber truss bridges in the district were redecked and painted. DISTRICT REPORTS
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Swinton Bridge, on the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway west of Fernie, was
replaced with culverts and fill, as were many small structures on side-roads.
Snow-removal.—An average amount of snow was recorded during the year under
report, and all roads were kept open. The bulk of the snow fell during the months of
November, December, and January, but due to the cold weather very few slides were
experienced.   All roads were kept open, with no major tie-ups to traffic.
River Protection.—Considerable river-protection work was done in the Elk River
at Fernie and Hosmer, and despite the extreme high flood potentiality an even run-off
was experienced and no damage was recorded.
Government Buildings and Grounds.—A standard six-bay equipment-shed was constructed in the Departmental yards at Fernie, and a lean-to added on to the present
garage.    Old storage-sheds were removed.
Miscellaneous.—A weigh-scales was constructed and put in operation at the junction
of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway with Elko-Waldo Road No. 93.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 6 .(KASLO-SLOCAN, NELSON-CRESTON,
AND ROSSLAND-TRAIL ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, H. T. Miard)
Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District
General.—The highways in the Kaslo-Slocan Electoral District were kept in good
condition throughout the year, except for excessive wet periods during late fall and spring
break-up. Our new policy of operating power-graders in tandem on Highway No. 6 paid
off in better service and satisfaction to the public at no increase in operation cost. Spring
break-up was rather easy, with only minor slides and drainage trouble, which was combated without disruption in service.
Major Programme.—This programme consisted of the following:—
Dog Creek Project: Completed alignment on improved grade, replacing bridge with
60-foot multi-plate culvert and fill. Total distance, 0.7 mile; total yardage moved,
52,000 cubic yards.   Work started in 1950.
South of Needles: Raising level of road south of Needles above 1950 flood-level, a
distance of 0.25 mile.
New Denver-Three Forks Project: Extensive surveys were carried out from
November, 1950, to August, 1951, on new road location on north side of Carpenter
Creek. Total length of relocation is 5.5 miles. Construction commenced in August,
1951, with Department forces and hired equipment and was carried on throughout the
winter.   By end of March, 1952, 2 miles was completed to subgrade.
Regravelling: Slocan Park-Vallican, 3.4 miles, and Pedro Creek-Appledale, 4.6
miles, with 1-inch crushed gravel placed.
Pavement Operation: Arterial highway through Slocan City, 0.92 mile; arterial
highway through Silverton, 0.45 mile; also 0.4 mile of street paving was done for Village
of New Denver. Bituminous plant mix for above operations was supplied by Department's own travelling plants.
Dust-laying Operations: Calcium chloride was placed between New Denver and
Silverton, and north from New Denver to railroad crossing, a total distance of 2.9 miles,
also 2 miles between Kaslo city limits and Mirror Lake. Calcium chloride was also
placed through Passmore, Vallican, Winlaw, Brouse, Arrow Park, Burton, Needles, and
Edgewood. Bunker fuel as dust-layer was placed on the arterial highway through Coffee
Creek, Ainsworth, Mirror Lake, and City of Kaslo.
Bridges.—New bridge at Winlaw over Boulder Creek, wooden deck on concrete
abutments. Concrete retaining-wall was placed just north of tunnel on Slocan Lake.
Bridge crew was kept busy full time on general maintenance, decking, and cribbing, etc. P 52
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Ferries.—Completed new wooden approaches at Arrow Park, east and west. Also
new access road to accommodate cable-ferry placed in operation in late 1950. Improved
grade of ferry approach at Needles, raising same above 1950 flood level.
Public Buildings.—Government Building, Police Building, and old garage in New
Denver were painted.
Miscellaneous.—Installed storm-sewers on Fourth Street in City of Kaslo, also concrete curbs on portion of arterial highway through Kaslo.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal equipment was kept continually busy from early in
December to the end 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. Ploughs travelled 25,293 miles, and 343.40 miles of
roads were kept open throughout the year.
Nelson-Creston Electoral District
Construction.—Reconstruction of the Nelson-Nelway Highway No. 6 from Nelson
south continued on contract. Project No. 198, covering 2.64 miles, was completed to
subgrade, and 1.5 miles were gravelled with select material. Gravel surfacing remained
to be done. Project No. 235 was 90 per cent completed to subgrade, and the contract
was extended 2.15 miles to Euphrates mine, but this extension was not yet commenced.
Reconstruction of 3 miles completed the first 10-mile section of the Nelson-Balfour
Highway, which was gravelled and ready for paving. The second 10-mile section to
Balfour was commenced, and 3.5 miles completed to subgrade, of which 1.5 miles were
gravelled.   This was on Project No. 187, done by day-labour.
Widening to 30-foot width in sections and gravelling and ditching were done on the
Nelson-Nelway Highway south of Salmo over a 3-mile section, and a further section of
0.3 mile was completely rebuilt across swampy ground with a rock fill and gravelled.
Reconstruction on a new route across Corn Creek was completed on the Creston-
Summit Creek Road, comprising 0.75 mile, and gravelled.
Widening, regrading, and gravelling was completed on the Riondel Road over its
length of 6.5 miles.
A new road, 0.4 mile in length, was built to the site of the Riondel wharf, and this
was gravelled.
Government Street in Fairview was reconstructed and gravelled over a new route
for approximately 0.5 mile.
Maintenance.—The Harrop—Procter Road was gravelled over 5 miles. Gravelling
was also done on the Canyon-Porthill Road, the Creston-Summit Creek Road, the
Cottonwood City Road, the Pass Creek Road, the Poorman Road, the Balfour Low Road,
the Sheep Creek Road, the Blewett Road, and the Columbia River Road.
A serious washout at Wilds Creek on the Kootenay Bay-Creston Highway was
repaired with culvert and fill, and a slippage at La France Creek on the same road was
filled with rock, blasted to widen the road. Several rock and mud slides were removed
from this section. The Creston-Porthill Road was widened in one small section by rock-
blasting. Extensive ditching was carried out on Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No.
3 between Castlegar and Nelson, Kootenay Bay and Creston, and Creston and Goatfell,
and on the Salmo-Trail, Sheep Creek, and Nelway-Waneta Roads.
Dust-layer was applied to all orchard roads in the Creston area and to sections of
the Slocan-Arrow Lakes and Nelson-Kaslo Roads, the South Nelson and Fairview
streets, and throughout the Creston-Porthill Road. Slashing brush was carried out on
many roads and mowing of roadside grass.
Extensive sealing and patching of pavement was carried out. Highway signs were
maintained and new route-markers erected, centre-line painting was renewed, and several
new guard-rails were installed. Grading of gravel roads was maintained throughout the
year. P 54 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Paving.—A 10-mile section from the Nelson Ferry east was paved on the Nelson-
Balfour section of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3.
The arterial route of Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3 from the Nelson
Ferry to the intersection of Vernon and Ward Streets in Nelson was paved, comprising
1.55 miles.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3 between Creston and Wynndel was paved,
comprising 6.2 miles.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3 between Erickson and the Goat River
crossing was paved, covering 5.4 miles.
The Creston-Erickson Back Road was paved over a length of 2.7 miles.
Flood Protection.—Some cleaning of log-jams and channel-widening was carried
out on the Goat River channel up-stream of the Creston-Porthill No. 1 Road, and rock
riprap was filled over the bridge approaches.
Bridges.—A new 100-foot timber laminated framed Howe-truss bridge was built
across the Salmon River on the Nelway-Waneta Road on concrete abutments by day-
labour.
A new log-stringer bridge of 40-foot main span and over-all length of 100 feet was
built across Corn Creek on the Creston-Summit Creek Road by day-labour. Three small
log-stringer bridges over Cottonwood Creek in Nelson were completely rebuilt. Two
small bridges in the Creston area were renewed.
Maintenance, including redecking, painting, etc., was carried out on several other
district bridges, totalling forty in number.
Ferries.—The Kootenay Lake Ferry, M.V. "Anscomb," was taken out of service
for overhaul between May 14th and 31st and hauled out of the water on the C.P.R. ways
at Nelson. The hull was cleaned, scraped, inspected, and repainted. The screws were
removed and overhauled. Both main engines were dismantled and overhauled. The
life-boats were repaired, and numerous small modifications were carried out to the ship.
The superstructure and decks were also cleaned and painted. The ship passed inspection
by the Steamship Inspector as required every four years by the Canada Shipping Act.
A temporary service was put in effect using the C.P.R. ship " Moyie " and a railway-car
barge, and this successfully handled the traffic throughout the overhaul.
On June 1st the schedule of the M.V. "Anscomb " was increased from four round
trips to seven round trips daily; this was reduced to six round trips after September 30th.
This required the formation of almost a complete new crew.
The Nelson Ferry was repainted and the engine overhauled, and the ferry operated
on a fifteen-minute schedule throughout the year.
The hours of service of the Harrop-Longbeach Ferry were increased by one hour
on week-days and two hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
All district ferries maintained regular service throughout the year, and several cables
were renewed.
Government Buildings.—Renovation of the Nelson Land Registry Office was
completed, with alterations and additions to the office space made by reconstructing the
basement.   The interior was redecorated, and the electric wiring and fittings renovated.
The Nelson Gaol was fitted with an automatic sprinkler system, and repairs were
carried out to the Nelson Court-house.
Snow-removal.—The snowfall was above normal in all parts of the district and quite
abnormal in some areas. Despite this, all main roads were kept open to traffic at all
times. All minor roads were ploughed regularly, and also several mining-roads. Sanding
was carried out on main roads where necessary, and a number of sand-containers were
built at points throughout the district for use in emergency. A total of 144 roads were
snow-ploughed, totalling approximately 470 miles or 12,000 snow-plough miles.
General.—The work to bring main roads to standard throughout the district
continued with good results, and the mileage of standard road increased considerably. DISTRICT REPORTS P 55
The paving programme progressed increasingly. Considerable work and effort went into
the hauling-out and overhaul of the M.V. "Anscomb," and the problem of a temporary
service was successfully met without inconvenience to the travelling public. Road-
maintenance made good the damage done by a most severe spring thaw in the previous
fiscal year.
Rossland-Trail Electoral District
Construction and Reconstruction.—The reconstruction of the Rossland—Paterson
Road, connecting with the United States highway system, was completed with the reconstruction of the remaining 4.55 miles between Silica and Paterson. The work was done
by the W. C. Arnett Construction Company. The surface was stabilized by pulvimixing
in preparation for the paving which was done later.
A contract for the construction of 6.2 miles of the Trail-Salmo Road, partly on new
location, was awarded to the P. F. Law Construction Company. The construction was
completed to Ross Spur, 5.3 miles, and surfaced with crushed rock before winter conditions prevented further work.
On the Trail-Waneta Road, due to the construction of the dam and power plant on
the Pend d'Oreille River at Waneta, a new road was required as the old one was not
suitable for the traffic.
The new road, 2 miles, was built between the Great Northern Railway track and the
Columbia River. Material for the necessary fill was obtained at the northern end of the
project, and later this fill was protected on the river side with a heavy layer of broken
rock obtained from the excavation of the dam-site.
The cost of this project was shared by the Consolidated Mining and Smelting
Company of Trail and the Provincial Department of Public Works. The construction
work was done by Stone & Webster (Canada) Limited and the Northern Construction
Company.
The completion of this road will provide a water-level road south from Trail to the
United States border at Waneta. Work was sufficiently advanced so that the road was in
use early in the fall.
On the Schofield Highway and Castlegar-Trail Road, considerable work was done
in preparation for surfacing. Fills were widened and in some places raised, and the old
wooden culverts were replaced by concrete or corrugated-metal ones.
Asphalt Surfacing.—The Taylor Construction Company continued with the work it
started last year, and additional contracts were given them for other work.
During the season the following roads were paved with hot plant mix: Rossland-
Paterson, 6.6 miles; arterial highway, Rossland, 2.65 miles; Schofield Highway, 3.55
miles; Schofield Junction to Tadanac, 0.25 mile; and Warfield streets, 0.63 mile.
The levelling course only was put down on the Castlegar-Trail Road for the
remaining 10 miles, when further work was prevented by bad weather in the fall.
Other paving in the district was repaired and kept in good condition.
Maintenance.—All roads were maintained during the year, and considerable gravelling was done. Major gravelling was done on the Rossland—Cascade section of Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3. About 4 miles was surfaced with pit-run gravel and
2.5 miles with crushed gravel.
Bridges.—The old Great Northern Railway Bridge over the Pend d'Oreille River
at Waneta, which was purchased by the Department of Public Works several years ago,
was put in condition for highway use. This involved the removal of the old ties and
stringers, and a new stringer system was installed. The deck consists of 6- by 6-inch
ties and longitudinal 4-inch decking.
One bridge, on the Drake Road, was replaced by a culvert and fill, and major repairs
made on four others—one on the Rossland-Cascade Road, two at Renata, and one at
Deer Park.
All other bridges were repaired when necessary and kept in fair condition. P 56 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Snow-removal.—Snow conditions were again severe last winter, and a great deal of
sanding was necessary on the hills.
All main roads were kept open, except the Rossland-Cascade section of Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3. Due to snow conditions, this road was closed on
December 29th, 1951, and was opened again on May 10th, 1952. The section between
Rossland and Sheep Creek was ploughed several times, however.
Castlegar Ferry.—This ferry was kept in good running order and condition, and the
usual schedule of twenty-four hours per day maintained throughout the year.
Shop and Garage.—The new shop and garage in Rossland was completed and put
into service at the beginning of December, 1951. The new building is 36 by 134 feet
and is very well heated and equipped. The yard, 216 by 242 feet, gives ample storage
area for material and equipment.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 7  (CARIBOO AND LILLOOET
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, C. D. Grigg)
Cariboo (South) Electoral District
Highway Maintenance and Reconstruction.—Maintenance of South Cariboo roads
was made very difficult by the extremely dry weather throughout the summer. The
Cariboo Highway in particular unravelled, and remained rough throughout the season.
One mile of the Williams Lake Cut-off adjacent to Project No. 242 was reconstructed, giving a new entrance road to Williams Lake.
The Dominion Government undertook to rebuild the Chilcotin Road from Williams
Lake to Mile 120, and by fall approximately 50 miles had been put on new grade and
alignment and gravelled.
Minor improvements and culvert installations were carried out on the Raphael-
Mason Road in the Dog Creek area, with spot gravelling included.
One grade and bad corner was eliminated on the Canim Lake Road. It was noted
that improvements of the previous year on the Canim Lake Road greatly assisted in the
spring break-up period.   Conditions were not as severe as in previous years.
Grade improvements, widening, and gravelling covered the southern end of the Deka
Lake-Canim Lake Road.
The Tatton Station and Exeter-McKinley Roads were lifted, widened, and gravelled
to accommodate heavy lumber traffic.
The Homathko River Road was blasted around Bluff Lake to give access to settlers
at its southern end.
Gravelling commenced during the previous year was completed on the Meldrum
Creek Road.
A total of 15.7 miles of the Cariboo Highway between 100-Mile and Lac la Hache
was paved with plant-mix asphalt.
Miscellaneous gravelling, culvert replacement, and grading were in progress
throughout the season in all parts of the district.
New Construction.—There were 3.7 miles of subgrade completed on the 16 miles
of Project No. 242, Williams Lake-170-Mile Road. Clearing and burning of 70 per cent
of the right-of-way and installation of the 96-inch culvert at Deep Creek was realized.
Bridges.—Churn Creek Suspension Bridge was redecked, and all trestle-work
approaches renewed.
Whitewater Bridge was built over the Taseko River during the winter, connecting the
Nemaiah Valley with the Whitewater Trail.
Miscellaneous bridges were repaired and maintained. DISTRICT REPORTS
P 57
Snow-removal.—Very heavy snowfall for this locality was recorded, and fall was so
steady that adequate widening was not realized until spring.
Cariboo (North) Electoral District
Maintenance and Construction.—General maintenance was carried out on all
important roads. An exceptionally dry summer was experienced, which rendered it
almost impossible to keep the Cariboo Highway in a well-graded condition at all times.
Many improvements were made in various parts of the district, which, excluding
major construction, consisted of building new roads (1.1 miles), building new diversions
(2.6 miles), widening and (or) gravelling (13.4 miles).
Major construction consisted of the following:—
Project No. 242: some work on this project was carried out in North Cariboo
District by Williams Lake crews (see South Cariboo report). A diversion and small
trestle bridge were built on the Williams Lake Cut-off Road to eliminate the high bridge
over Deep Creek until such time as the project will replace the road as a main traffic artery.
Project No. 221: 4.3 miles of the Fraser Road were completely rebuilt and 50 per
cent gravelled in the vicinity of Buck Ridge, and another 2.4 miles were partly cleared for
future reconstruction.
On Arterial Highway 47r (Quesnel), 1.2 miles of pavement were prepared for
repaving by widening and drainage work, and 4.2 miles of the Cariboo Highway north of
Quesnel was reconstructed and surfaced with crushed gravel in preparation for pulvimix.
Surfacing is about 70 per cent complete.
Half a mile of the Barkerville Road (to the airport) was completely rebuilt and
surfaced for pulvimix.
Bridges.—General maintenance was carried out on bridges throughout the district.
Six bridges were redecked, including two on a mining-trail. Three bridges were replaced
by culvert and fills, and one partly completed. One King-truss bridge was replaced by
a log-stringer span on pile bents, one trestle bridge was built by Williams Lake crews
(see Roads), and one bridge was eliminated by a road diversion. Some cribbing work
was done on bridge approaches.
Paving.—Arterial Highway 47r, 1.2 miles, was repaved with MC2 plant mix and
spread with grader. Five blocks were laid full street-width and the remainder 24 or 26
feet wide.
Buildings.—A two-bay equipment-shed was nearly completed at Wells by the bridge
crew, and some work was done on the Quesnel equipment-shed and other Government
buildings in the district.
Ferries.—The three reaction ferries were repaired and launched in the spring and
operated until late fall. Each ferryman operated a cage (passengers only) during the
winter months, although at Marguerite a good ice bridge was constructed which handled
traffic from December to March.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was heavy and continuous, but the main roads were kept
open all winter. The only exception was the Barkerville Road, which became practically
impassible on one occasion for almost a day owing to heavy snowfall. Continuous
sanding was carried out on all the steep hills of the main roads.
Lillooet Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads; 29.20 miles
were regraveiled, and 12.50 miles of secondary roads were improved. One carload of
calcium chloride was used as a dust preventive at Squamish with good results.
Major Reconstruction.—Project No. 267, Martel to Oregon Jack Creek, Mile 268.5
to Mile 275.44 (6.94 miles), on Trans-Canada Highway, reconstructed on revised
alignment by Emil Anderson and General Construction Company. Work commenced
September, 1952, and 35 per cent completed. P 58 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Minor Reconstruction and Betterments.—Project No. 194, Squamish to Britannia,
Mile 0: 0.43 mile of new construction to connect road with Red Bridge; 90 per cent
completed.
Project No. 248, Lytton-Lillooet Road: Widening of rock bluffs at Mile 33 and
road-widening at Mile 6 was carried out.
Project No. 171, Bridge River Road: General improvement by widening road
between Bralorne and Pioneer and gravelling. Special attention paid to widening rock
bluffs at many points along valley and on Mission Mountain.
Four bridges were replaced with culverts and fill.
Bituminous Surfacing.—On the Cariboo Highway, Cache Creek to 20-Mile, 13.60
miles of plant mix, 24 feet wide, were laid by Dawson & Wade. On Lillooet arterial,
1.29 miles of plant mix, 20 to 74 feet wide, were laid by Surfacing Department equipment.
In addition, 2.60 miles of pulvimix on Road 12b and 1 mile on Road No. 40, also 0.25
mile on Road No. 1, Cache Creek south, were laid.
Bridges.—Lillooet Station Bridge was replaced with a 160-foot Howe truss and
119 feet 9 inches of pile-trestle approaching. Piles and all span material were creosoted.
Baker Bridge No. 87 was rebuilt, using salvaged creosoted material to make up a 45-foot
King truss, with 16-foot deck. Miller Creek Trestle, 140 feet, was also reconstructed at
Pemberton Meadows. Alexander Bridge No. 108 was also replaced with a 40-foot
stringer structure. Cheakamus Bridge No. 409 had chords and main braces reinforced,
also new stringers and longitudinal deck and hand-rail. Stawamus Bridge No. 399 was
partially replaced with trestle, replacing collapsed 60-foot King truss. Thirty-four other
bridge structures received attention.
Flood-damage.—Very little flood-damage reported.
Ferries.-—Lytton 10-ton steel-pontoon ferry was turned over to Yale District to be
under its supervision. Big Bar and High Bar 5-ton pontoon ferries were maintained as
usual until ice conditions closed them down. Pavilion Ferry ^-inch cable and two-
passenger cage was replaced with a 1 Vs -inch cable and larger cage to handle passengers
and freight.   There are twelve to fourteen school-children crossing daily both ways.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall was again fairly heavy, with much drifting in some
sections. Some snowslides occurred on the Bridge River Road, but generally speaking
the winter was easier than previous ones.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 8  (ATLIN, PRINCE RUPERT,
AND SKEENA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, W. R. Meighen)
Atlin Electoral District
General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the Atlin Electoral District.
Again, while no major construction was undertaken, the emphasis was placed on
maintaining and improving existing roads.
South Atlin
Several small bridges on Big Missouri Road No. 73 were replaced by new log
culverts.
The foundations of Fletcher Creek Bridge No. 110 on the Salmon River Road
were replaced by concrete abutments, and only inability to obtain timber delayed the
construction of a new superstructure.
The Stewart-Hyder Bridge No. 3 was temporarily reinforced by the addition of new
stringers, since it was impossible to obtain enough material to do the complete renewal of
the superstructure.
Further repairs and reinforcement were made to the Bear River wing-dam. DISTRICT REPORTS P 59
Snow-removal.—A heavy winter snowfall of around 45 feet was dealt with successfully, and the roads of major importance were kept open.
Stikine
General maintenance was carried out on the Dease Lake Road and its bridges.
North Atlin
With the arrival of the new grader, improved maintenance was obtained on the Atlin
Highway and other major roads at Atlin. Widening and clearing of the Surprise Lake
Road was carried out.
The glacier problem on the Atlin Highway was successfully coped with by our own
forces during the winter, and it was not necessary to call on the Yukon Territorial
Government for assistance.
In general, it was a very mild year for the Atlin District as far as new construction
went, but a successful season in that all our crews had an opportunity to catch up on
general maintenance to the varied roads, bridges, and buildings.
Prince Rupert Electoral District
Roads.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads and highways within the
district.
Reconstruction of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway between Prince Rupert
and Galloway Rapids was completed and paved, including the arterial highway at Prince
Rupert.
The road to Port Edward from Galloway Rapids was reconstructed and paved, and
similarly for the Miller Bay Hospital Road.
Considerable major improvement was made on the Queen Charlotte-Skidegate
Mission-Tlell Road with the replacement of eleven bridges by culvert and fill.
In the Masset area the new road to the seaplane landing base was constructed; the
Naval Station Road was reconstructed and numerous other minor improvements.
A new grader and loader was stationed at Masset which greatly facilitated maintenance and gravelling.
An increased amount of board-walk replacement by gravelled road was done at
Oona River and Jap Inlet on Porcher Island. General maintenance was accelerated at
Port Simpson.
Bridges.—A new superstructure was constructed on the Delkatla Slough Bridge at
Masset.
New foundations were put under McClymont Street Bridge in Prince Rupert and
also under the west approach of Galloway Rapids Bridge. Dianna Creek Bridge on the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway was shortened greatly and reconstructed.
Wharves.—The Prince Rupert dock was maintained and repaired from time to time
throughout the year.
Snow-removal.—All travelled roads in the district were kept open to traffic.
Skeena Electoral District
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district.
Gravel was renewed on a 5-mile stretch of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
between Hazelton and Skeena Crossing. The new Hazelton High Level Road, a section
of the Telkwa High Road, and the Babine Lake Road were gravelled. Brush was cut and
culverts renewed in various sections throughout the district.
Construction.—Two more of the gullies at Nash were filled; only trimming is
required to complete this job.
A start was made on building the east approach to the Smithers Bridge, and the
approaches to Anlaw Bridge were completed. » P 60 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
A series of rock groins were constructed in the Skeena River at Hazelton under the
" River-bank Protection Act," and to date they appear to be working very well. The main
force of the river has been diverted away from the town of Hazelton.
Asphalt Surfacing.—Approximately 2.5 miles of surfacing was laid in the Smithers
area, including the Smithers Arterial and a portion of Smithers Secondary Highway.
Bridges.—General maintenance was carried out on bridges throughout the district.
A new deck and floor system were put on Hagwilget Suspension Bridge. A new 60-foot
king truss was put in at Porphyry Creek, and two small stringer bridges were renewed.
Two small bridges were replaced by culvert and fill.
Construction was completed of the Spring Creek No. 2 Bridge.
The following bridges were becoming severe bottlenecks and their replacement by
culvert and fill was a decided improvement: Bayou Bridge (No. 344), Edgar Creek
Bridge No. 1 (No. 167), Edgar Creek Bridge No. 2 (No. 247), and Mason Creek Bridge
(No. 231).
Ferries.—Ferries operated satisfactorily, with the exception of Kitwanga and Cedar-
vale. The operation of these two ferries is hindered at low water by gravel-bars which
have developed in the past year or so.
Snow-removal.—All roads were kept open during the past winter. Due to the
opening of several mines in the district, the snow-plough equipment was hard pressed to
keep ahead of the snowfall.
Shop and Garage.—A new shop and garage was constructed at Smithers.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 9  (FORT GEORGE AND OMINECA
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS)
(Divisional Engineer, D. D. Godfrey)
Fort George Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all district roads.
During the spring break-up, instead of planking a large number of frost-boils on the
main highways, a new system was tried which worked very satisfactorily. It was found
possible to maintain traffic by dumping large quantities of sand on the frost-boils while
they were active. Gravel was laid on top of the sand at a later date. Some of the frost-
boils which had heavier application of sand have not given any subsequent trouble.
Two additional miles of the original clay road east of Aleza Lake were gravelled, as
were also some 5 miles on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway west of Prince George.
On the John Hart Highway, most of the bad frost-boils between Prince George and
Summit Lake were dug out to a depth of 4 or 5 feet and refilled with course material.
A considerable amount of widening and ditching was also carried out.
Reconstruction.—On the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince George west,
the Bednesti Hill section was reconstructed, with considerable improvement of grades.
The 2-mile section from Swede to Squirrel Creek was cleared to 100 feet in preparation
for reconstruction. Also on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, from McBride to
Red Pass, the gravelling programme started the previous year was completed in 1951, and
the road is now gravelled from McBride to the Yellowhead boundary.
On the Okanagan-North Thompson Highway, the section of this road between Tete
Jaune and Valemont was rebuilt through a sand-dune area which had given considerable
trouble to traffic. This road had an application of clay and then a heavy application of
gravel.
Bridges.—The following bridges were completely replaced: Wright Creek Bridge
on the John Hart Highway, McLean Bridge No. 149, and Harrison Bridge No. 147.
In addition, the Nechako River Bridge over the Fraser River at Prince George was
completely redecked. DISTRICT REPORTS
P 61
wmMmmmiimtsi^mmmmmmmmmlflSm P 62 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Ferries.—Two new steel pontoons were supplied for the Hansard Ferry, the existing
superstructure being retained.   This ferry is now in good condition.
The other ferries in the district have been satisfactorily maintained.
Snow-removal.—Snow-removal was carried out satisfactorily on all main highways
and to a lesser degree on the side-roads. Very little drifting took place during the winter
of 1951-52.
Omineca (East) Electoral District
General Maintenance.—Maintenance of all roads was carried out throughout the
year. A very long dry period in July and August made it difficult to prevent the
road-surfaces from breaking up badly, resulting in rough and uneven surfaces.
Reconstruction.—Four miles of main highway west of Endako were reconstructed
and gravelled. Two and a half miles on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway east of
Vanderhoof were also rebuilt to a higher standard and gravelled. Metal culverts were
used on both projects.
Bridges.—The Turcotte Bridge No. 66 was replaced by a 48-inch asbestos-bonded
metal culvert, 165 feet in length. Some thirty other bridges in the district were given
attention by way of redecking and other repairs. A pedestrian walk was constructed
on the Nechako River Bridge at Vanderhoof.
Ferries.—The Fort Fraser and Hulatt Ferries were operated satisfactorily during
the open season.
Snow-removal.—Snowfall throughout the district was about normal. All roads
were kept open during the winter. A total of 431 miles of road was kept ploughed, at an
average cost of $91.77 per mile.
Omineca (West) Electoral District
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out with grading, replacing
culverts, and ditching.
Reconstruction.—One mile of road was reconstructed west of Telkwa and on
relocation for betterment of grade and alignment. Other projects undertaken included
brushing, widening, and gravelling on 15 miles of the Topley-Babine Road, 2 miles of
the North Francois Road, and 2 miles of the Burns Lake-Babine Road.
Bridges.—The stringers and decks of both the Bulkley River Bridge and Houston
Bridge were replaced. General maintenance and repairs were carried out on twenty-four
other bridges throughout the district.
Ferries.—The new M.V. " Jacob Henkel," on Francois Lake, maintained regular
schedules throughout the season from April 28th, 1951, to January 31st, 1952, when the
lake froze over. The dock at Southbank was completely replaced by a new approach,
which was 80 per cent complete at March 31st, 1952.
Snow-removal.—Increased traffic caused a corresponding increase in snow-removal
costs throughout the district.   Five hundred and twenty-two miles of road were kept open.
Buildings.—General maintenance and repairs to buildings and grounds were carried
out during the year.
ENGINEERING DISTRICT No. 10  (PEACE RIVER ELECTORAL DISTRICT)
(Divisional Engineer, W. R. Workman)
Roads throughout the district were maintained. Tax-labour was employed on
maintenance of most side-roads.
No day-labour projects were undertaken during the year, except clearing right-of-
way, building culverts, and preliminary work on 11 miles of road from Little Prairie to
Moberly Lake Road No. 70. DISTRICT REPORTS
P 63 P 64 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
Gravelling was carried out on 5 miles of Farmington—Bessborough Road No. 7, and
2 miles of each on the Peace River hills on Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst Road No. 3 and
Clayhurst Road No. 110, leading to the Clayhurst Ferry landings.
Reconstruction of 9.2 miles on Alberta Boundary-Dawson Creek Road No. 1 was
completed by contract, and the 19.9 miles of this road from the Alberta boundary to
Pouce Coupe was surfaced with crushed gravel.
Construction of 7.2 miles of the John Hart Highway between Arras and Progress
was started by contract.
Snow conditions were moderate south of the Peace River, but heavy drifting was
experienced in the northern part of the district. All roads on the snow-removal
programme were kept open.
Five bridges were reconstructed, one being carried out under construction on the
Arras-Progress Project No. 277. One new bridge was built over the Alces River on the
extension of Road No. 103 toward the Alaska boundary.
The Clayhurst and Hudson Hope Ferries operated satisfactorily while the Peace
River was open. A double shift was put on the Clayhurst Ferry during the grain-haul
in August and September. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS P 65
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Under Part III of the " Highway Act "
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1952
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities
33r
152r
39b
34r
33b
130r
32r
153r
3b
123r
34b
35b
138R
119b
36r
44r
43r
121R
122b
124b
78r
113r
126r
68r
73r
10lR
102R
131r
134r
185R
186r
182r
129r
75r
165r
19r
57r
116b
136r
122r
137r
113b
144r
37r
23b
80b
87r
124r
127r
114b
Canadian Highway	
River Road    _	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial. _...
Arterial	
Secondary 	
Arterial 	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial _
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial  .
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial—	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial
Secondary
2.00
1.60
0.43
Armstrong 	
1.50
Armstrong-Salmon Arm	
Trans-Canada Highway  	
Island Highway   	
0.90
1.65
1.35
1.06
Cumberland Road, England Ave., and Fifth
St.	
Van Home St., Baker St., and Cranbrook
St    	
1.10
Cranbrook 	
1.03
Cumberland	
Dunsmuir Ave 	
Courtenay-Cumberland Road (Fourth St.)...
York Rd., Tzouhalem Rd., Government St.,
and Island Highway 	
Tzouhalem Road  	
0.36
0.21
1.46
1.11
2.40
1.25
1.70
0.68
Trans-Provincial Highway 	
Kamloops	
Columbia St. and Trans-Provincial Highway.
Third Ave. and Victoria St.	
1.50
0.73
0.85
1.90
0.63
1.00
1.51
1.21
2.08
3.20
2.67
0.70
4.85
1.63
3.70
3.80
4.05
2.65
0 60
Nelson-Kaslo ___	
"A" Ave., Eighth Ave., and " C " Ave	
Warren Ave., Wallinger Ave., Ross St., and
Island Highway    	
Merritt-Spences Bridge	
Merritt 	
Nicol St., Ravine St., Fraser St., and Comox
Road    	
Marine Drive, Third St., and Cotton Road.___
Nelson Ave., Anderson St., Front St., Ward
St., Silica St., Stanley St., and Hall Mines
Road 	
.......
Government Road, Railway St., and Vernon
St	
Penticton 	
Okanagan   Highway,   Skaha   Lake   Road,
Main St., and Lakeshore Drive..	
Trunk Highway, Third Ave., Kingsway, and
ArgyleSt 	
Lougheed Highway.—  	
—
First Ave., Victoria St., and Cameron St.
Shawatlans Road, Fredericks St., Eleventh
Ave., Prince Rupert Blvd., and McBride
St   	
Wilson St., Douglas St., Charles St., First
St., and Wales St 	
2.85
2.61
0.90
Revelstoke .-—
Third St., Railway Ave., and Fourth St	
1 13
Rossland	
Rossi and-Paters on   Highway,   Columbia
Ave., St. Paul St., Le Roi Ave., and Schofield Highway ...__   	
2.65
0.90
Salmon Arm-Enderby  	
Salmon Arm-Enderby 	
0.69
0.21
0.92
2.41
2.30
Trail	
Rossland-Trail-Fruitvale Road	
Thirty-Second   St.,   Forty-Third  Ave.,  and
Vernon 	
Thirtieth   Ave.,   Thirtieth   St.,   and   Cold-
0.78
70.81
9.39 P 66
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st,  1952—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
District Municipalities
IR
14r
17s
135R
14b
22b
169r
170r
171r
172r
121b
8r
9r
62b
106b
103r
18k
166r
167r
14b
115b
133r
183r
40b
76r
82r
26r
160r
3r
77r
128r
22r
73b
4r
12r
23r
77b
96b
31r
159r
168r
36b
156r
157r
56b
109b
40r
21r
74b
75b
78b
79b
92b
66r
50b
84b
28r
29r
173r
174r
Trans-Provincial Highway (Kingsway)	
Arterial 	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
4.22
6.38
6.15
5.43
4.55
4.55
1.60
0.77
Secondary
Secondary	
1.40
3.30
West Saanich Road   	
Scott Road and portion of Mount Newton
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial _...
Arterial	
Verdier Ave	
2.00
Trans-Provincia Highway (Yale Road) 	
15.27
2.25
3.65
9.00
1.96
7.50
0.40
0.88
Lougheed Highway...   	
Arterial 	
Secondary
Secondary
North Road (east half)	
1.40
1.05
Delta     	
Road to ferry, Westminster Ave., Elliott St.,
Ladner Trunk Road, and Scott Road	
Point   Roberts   Road   and   Boundary   Bay
Rnari
15.85
3.97
Arterial _...
Secondary
Arterial 	
Arterial.. _...
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.. .
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial ...
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary.
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial 	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial. 	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
5.35
0.78
0.93
13.72
2.37
10.82
4.04
1.10
12.46
Kent.. -	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Deroche-Agassiz
Trans-Provincial Highway	
Aldergrove-Bellingham...  	
Trans-Provincial Highway	
River Road and Dewdney Trunk Road	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission _	
7.88
5.27
9.10
Dewdney Trunk Road	
15 50
13.00
2.50
12.10
2.00
Island Highway 	
Cowichan Lake Road	
Trans-Canada Highway 	
4.25
Marine Drive     	
Main St., Dollarton Highway, Deep Cove
Road	
1.00
6.00
1.73
5.06
7.16
3.23
Trans-Provincial Highway (Dewdney Trunk
Road)  	
1.70
Hammond Road _.
0 90
1.90
McNeil Road 	
Old Dewdney Trunk Road  	
No. 5 Road               	
2.00
3 50
Richmond.—	
5.89
6.28
Steveston Highway 	
2 90
1.70
3.65
4.45
5.45
Quadra St. and Saanich Road	
East Saanich Road  	
West Saanich Road	 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
P 67
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st, 1952—Continued
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
District Municipalities
—Continued
38r
146r
24b
26b
62r
143r
32b
6r
lllR
150r
41r
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
164r
161R
180r
179r
189r
181r
98r
99r
106r
107r
108r
116r
92r
93r
24r
25r
93b
97b
109r
Trans-Provincial Highway  	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary-
Secondary	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial _.
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial _
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial _
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial 	
8.25
4.70
Salmon Arm-Enderby  	
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie	
Vernon-Kamloops	
Vernon-Salmon Arm Highway 	
Armstrong-Salmon River	
4.20
Spallumcheen 	
4.90
12.35
6.25
7.10
,11.68
2.05
0.50
8.60
" C " St., Abbotsford-Huntingdon Road
Abbotsford By-pass  -	
4.00
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road)-	
Pacific Highway	
King George VI Highway 	
12.91
9.55
14.11
1.00
9.50
7.43
New McLellan Road _ 	
Scott Road  	
1.50
Marine Drive addition _.. 	
Marine Drive, Joly St., Lome Ave., Nelson
Ave., Bay St., Royal Ave., and Chatham
st.
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission  	
Abbotsford By-pass  	
Prince Rupert Highway 	
0.10
12.00
Village Municipalities
344.08
0.50
0.33
0.35
0.53
0.18
2.47
100.60
Island Highway   	
Fifth Ave., Third Ave., and portion of Main
Road ___	
Mill Road
0.42
0.47
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Comox Ave. and Anderton Road	
Comox Ave., Wharf St., and Balmoral Ave—
Cranberry Lake Road and Manson Road
Trans-Provincial Highway (Canyon Road)....
Alaska Ave..     	
1.45
1.01
0.80
0.83
1.10
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
1.00
1.02
Fort St. John 	
Highway St.   „
1.00
1.00
1.12
2.64
1.05
1.65
1.75
2.86
1.44
1.12
0.30
0.60
0.28
1.29
0.92
0.26
0.56
1.40
Gibsons Landing	
Harrison Hot Springs	
Gibsons Landing-Pender Harbour Highway..
Harrison   Hot  Springs  Road   and Lillooet
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial.	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial -.._
Arterial	
Arterial.....	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary-
Arterial	
Hope 	
Trans-Canada Highway 	
Hope-Princeton Highway..	
Waterway Drive, Third St., and Bruce Ave....
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Cowichan Lake Road and North Shore Road
	
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Main St  	
Main St. and Main St. South	
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Main St	
Abbotsford-Mission Road (Home Ave. and
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Trans-Provincial Highway (Dewdney Trunk
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0.70
0.50
Kamloops-Tranquille Road 	
1.10 P 68
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STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st,  1952—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
Village Municipalities
—Continued
88r
115r
118b
145r
176r
177r
83r
94r
154r
47 r
140r
90r
5 Or
58b
72r
51r
67b
86r
48r
64r
96r
97r
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79r
190r
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
0.91
0.84
0.66
Main St., First Ave., and Lakeshore Drive	
1.22
2.15
0.76
0.43
3.26
1.60
1.28
1.40
0.45
1.45
1.78
1.07
Jones St., Second Ave., Main St., and Station
Road 	
Cariboo Road     	
Nelson-Nelway Road and Salmo-Fruitvale
Road 	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Hudson Bay Mountain Road 	
1.35
Prince Rupert Highway 	
KalumSt	
Tofino-Ucluelet Road.  	
Prince Rupert Highway	
Fort St. James Highway —
0.50
1.17
,0.52
0.54
2.35
2.78
0.08
1.00
0.45
Vanderhoof	
	
Road to wharf	
Williams Lake-Soda Creek Road	
Railway Ave...     	
	
	
59.38
6.62
City Municipalities
Summary
70.81
344.08
59.38
9.39
100.60
6.62
Total classified mile;
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North Road in Burnaby ;
Scott Road in Delta and
Cedar Valley Road in M
474.27
116.61
1.40
5.15
0.50
0.60
468.52
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P 75
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED,
FISCAL YEAR 1951-52
ROADS
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
Based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 128—Trans-Canada Highway, Salmon River to Canoe Creek (Recon
struction, 5.06 Miles) :
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd...
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd .._
Project No.  226—Trans-Canada  Highway,   Savona-Cherry  Creek,   (Relocation
and Reconstruction, 5.71 Miles):
General Construction Co. Ltd. and Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd.  (joint
tender)      	
J. A. McEachern Co	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd..	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd..
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Project No. 227—Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 677.80 to Mile 685.03, Golden
Yoho Park Boundary Section (Reconstruction, 7.23 Miles):
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd _	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd-
Standard Gravel & Surfacing of Canada Ltd 	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd.   	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd _     —
Project No. 235—Nelson-Nelway Highway, Nelson-Euphrates Section (Recon
struction, 3.63 Miles) :
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd 	
P. F. Law Construction Ltd     	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd   	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd _  	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd.  	
Project No. 236—Trail-Salmo Highway, Fruitvale-Salmo Section  (Reconstruction, 6.21 Miles):
P. F. Law Construction Ltd     	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd..
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd	
Project No. 263—Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 182.57 to Mile 183.9, Yale-Bell
Crossing (Reconstruction, 1.33 Miles):
Highway Construction Co. Ltd 	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd 	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
Gilpin-Nash Ltd..
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.
Project No. 267—Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 268.5 to Mile 275.44, Martel-
Ashcroft Manor Section (Reconstruction, 6.94 Miles):
General Construction Co. Ltd. and Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd. (joint
tender)	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd.	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..
J. A. McEachern Co	
Project No.  269—Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,
(Relocation and Reconstruction, 5.09 Miles):
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd 	
Elko-Fernie   Section
General Construction Co. Ltd-
$267,575.20
$286,858.22
300,853.90
331,405.00
797,581.80
$844,256.80
846,090.80
921,632.80
944,171.80
1,114,619.00
628,724.34
Awarded.
Awarded.
$685,496.50
711,969.20
739,696.40
761,468.50
899,854.40
1,056,771.90
211,476.19
$226,012.64
231,512.55
236,800.34
273,230.74
200,174.70
Awarded.
Awarded.
$201,205.38
239,460.10
287,003.30
291,872.10
541,006.00    | Awarded
$663,914.00
748,033.50
787,929.00
911,786.60
1,141,574.54
$1,296,719.82
1,329,011.72
1,527,232.31
1,788,953.62
206,084.32
$209,481.32
Awarded.
Awarded. P 76
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
ROAD S—Con tinued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
Based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No.  277—Peace  River Highway,  Progress-Arras   Section   (Relocation
and Reconstruction, 7.2 Miles):
General Construction Co. Ltd.....   	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd..
Project No. 281—Cariboo Road, Lac la Hache-126-Mile Section (Relocation and
Reconstruction, 9.92 Miles) :
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd      	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd...
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Jamieson Construction Co..
Project No. 282—Kamloops-Vernon Road, Schweb's Bridge to O'Keefe (Reconstruction, 4.43 Miles) :
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Premier Construction Co. Ltd...
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd 	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd..
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd..
P. F. Law Construction Ltd	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd.  	
Project No. 283—Hopkins Landing—Port Mellon (Construction, 5.4 Miles):
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd     _ 	
Baynes-Manning Ltd 	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd 	
General Construction Co. Ltd.
Project No. 288—Victoria-Patricia Bay Road (Relocation and Reconstruction
5.58 Miles):
Active Construction Co. Ltd  —	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.       _	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd	
Project No. 291—Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 196.7 to Mile 199.33, Alexandra-
Tunnel Section (Reconstruction, 2.63 Miles):
Campbell-Bennett Ltd    _     	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd.
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd..-	
Project No. 292—Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 407.63 to Mile 409.60, Tappen-
Salmon River (Salmon River West)  (Relocation and Reconstruction.
1.97 Miles) :
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Atlas Construction Co. Ltd.
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.....
Klammer Pit, McLelian Road, 128r—Gravel-crushing:
Active Construction Co. Ltd 	
Wood & McClay Ltd..
Marwell Construction Co. Ltd...
Premier Construction Co. Ltd..
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Williams & Carruthers	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Scott Bros. Gravel Co __
Commonwealth Construction Ltd.
Georgia Construction Co —
$201,456.32
Awarded.
$212,765.12
325,648.50
Awarded.
$339,191.44
346,344.50
444,094.20
137,766.30
Awarded.
$147,285.46
149,217.90
158,201.80
164,215.30
178,798.70
190,037.30
228,128.30
206,314.38
Awarded.
$220,775.38
253,424.38
287,977.08
224,516.38
233,853.41
Awarded.
$239,990.88
255,643.78
536,532.50
Awarded.
$595,131.00
621,676.70
Awarded.
$164,416.65
165,349.85
22,500.00
28,500.00
28,500.00
Awarded.
$28,900.00
29,000.00
29,750.00
30,000.00
30,000.00
31,000.00
47,500.00
80,500.00 TENDERS
P 77
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BRIDGES AND FERRY-LANDINGS
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
Based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Bonaparte River Bridge and Highway Approaches over Bona
parte River, Trans-Canada Highway, Lillooet District:
Baynes-Manning Ltd   — —  	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Cleaning and Painting of Various Bridges, Delta District:
Pacific Coast Painting Co. Ltd.  	
Seaboard Advertising Co. Ltd..
J. Boshard & Son Ltd....	
J. T. Devlin & Co 	
Construction of Harris Road Bridge over Alouette River, Dewdney District:
Stange-Holand Construction Co. Ltd   —	
Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd	
W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co. Ltd...
Highway Construction Co. Ltd.....	
Construction of Substructure and Highway Approaches for River Bend Bridge
over Somass River, Great Central Road, Alberni District:
Baynes-Manning Ltd      	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd.
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd..
Substructure for Kicking Horse River Bridge No. 4 over Kicking Horse River
Kootenay-Columbia Highway at Golden, Columbia District:
Dawson & Hall Ltd.   _. 	
Baynes-Manning Ltd..
J. S. Johnson Ltd	
Painting Highway Deck, Fraser River Bridge at Hope, Yale District:
J. Boshard & Son Ltd.-    	
R. H. Neven Co. Ltd  	
Pacific Coast Painting Co. Ltd.
Construction of Sumas River Bridge over Sumas River, Trans-Canada Highway
Chilliwack District:
Baynes-Manning Ltd       	
W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co. Ltd..
G. W. Ledingham & Co. Ltd.
James McDonald Construction Co. Ltd..
Highway Construction Co. Ltd.
Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd	
Vancouver Associated Contractors Ltd..
CONSTRUCTION   OF   CHEMAINUS   RIVER   BRIDGE   ON   OLD   ISLAND   HIGHWAY   OVER   CHEMAINUS River, Cowichan-Newcastle District:
W. A. McCaffery Excavating Co. Ltd   	
A. V. Richardson Ltd..
Pacific Pile Driving Co. Ltd.
Dawson & Hall Ltd	
Substructure for Parsnip River Bridge on John Hart Highway, Fort George
District (First Call for Tenders—Substructure Only) :
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd. _ 	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd   	
$59,754.00
$60,806.05
66,656.75
1,905.25
Awarded.
$2,180.00
2,337.00
2,921.00
25,775.04      Awarded.
$31,716.81
31,907.56
35,220.90
26,434.60      Awarded
$31,676.60
35,639.40
39,338.10
84,648.66
$89,189.19
96,027.65
2,470.00
$3,770.00
4,787.00
46,606.00      Awarded
Awarded.
$50,792.35
58,350.00
62,655.00
64,194.00
64,997.80
90,841.56
34,570.24
$20,825.85
38,872.28
40,970.47
379,101.60
417,851.75
Awarded.
Tender
withdrawn.
Not awarded. P 78
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BRIDGES AND FERRY-LANDINGS—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at
Unit Rates
Based on
Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Parsnip River Bridge on John Hart Highway, Fort George
District (Second Call for Tenders—Substructure, Superstructure, and
Deck ):
$394,455.35
$537,955.50
67,012.40
Construction of Duncan Wagon Bridge, Old Island Highway, over Cowichan
River, Cowichan-Newcastle District:
$73,493.20
75,063.50
82,534.00
35,632.00
Construction  of  Francois  Lake  Ferry-landing  on   South  Shore  of  Francois
Lake, Omineca District:
Construction of Woodward Landing of Ladner-Woodward Ferry, Delta District:
$37,866.00
Construction of Kelowna Landing of Kelowna-Westbank Ferry, South Okanagan District:
$20,809.57
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd —	
$24,387.35
31,795.60
39,305.10 TENDERS
P 79
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BUILDINGS
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
Coal-conveying Equipment, Provincial
vincial Mental Hospital, Essondale
Stephens-Adamson Manufacturing Co. Ltd...
$8,062.40
8,205.12
4,981.33
4,393.87
151,804.00
150,418.00
13,025.44
14,000.00
15,327.00
31,731.00
31,835.00
32,571.00
255,900.00
267,821.00
278,905.00
299,667.00
95,727.00
96,900.00
99,397.00
65,266.00
65,891.00
66,200.00
83,534.00
76,137.00
76,784.00
84,212.00
66,361.60
68,445.00
74,912.00
77,568.00
79,960.00
4,777.71
6,885.00
8,089.12
9,019.44
55,951.00
56,728.00
344,480.00
345,850.00
350,381.00
354,000.00
359,713.00
386,896.26
4,994.00
5,493.00
88,759.00
107,769.00
109,208.00
21,704.00
21,933.00
22,082.00
22,870.00
23,456.00
25,872.00
C. W. Brockley Co. Ltd.....	
Awarded.
Foster Wheeler Ltd	
lumbia, Vancouver
Ward & Son Ltd	
H. Dyer & Son Ltd	
Turnbull Bros. Ltd             	
Coal-storage  facilities,  Provincial
Mental Hospital, Essondale
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd _	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd.     -	
Awarded.
New wing to Hospital Insurance Ser
vice
G. H. Wheaton      	
One   oil-fired   boiler   and   appurtenances, Provincial Mental Hospital,
New Westminster
Blain Boiler Works Ltd	
C. C. Moore Co. Ltd. „.
M. D. Defoe & Burn	
Baynes-Manning Co. Ltd.	
Scale-house and weigh-scale founda-
Reroofing and repairing roof at Tranquille Sanatorium, Tranquille
Piggery and brooder, Tranquille Sanatorium, Tranquille
Nurses'   Home,   Provincial   Mental
Hospital, New Westminster
Cranston Roofing & Insulators, Kamloops
Taylor & Son Ltd	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd	
Ward & Son Ltd	
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd	
Mutual Construction Co. Ltd....	
Weigh-scale pit and scale-house construction, Cache Creek
A. E. Watkins	
Allouette Construction Co., Haney	
C. J. Oliver Ltd	
minster
Lickley Construction Co. Ltd  	
Extension to boiler-house, Woodlands
School, New Westminster
Moncrieff Construction Co. Ltd	
Awarded.
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd	
Ward & Son Ltd           -    .
Lickley Construction Co. Ltd	
Halse-Martin Construction Co. Ltd  	
l_ P 80 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
BUILDINGS—Continued
Description of Work
Names of Tenderers
Amount
Remarks
Extension   to   boiler-house,   Oakalla
Narod Construction Co. Ltd	
Ward & Son Ltd.                              _
$31,380.00
34,955.00
37,513.00
38,800.00
39,242.00
46,644.00
9,890.00
10,375.00
11,552.99
11,759.00
15,329.00
15,722.00
15,744.00
15,858.00
15,994.59
8,150.00
8,500.00
10,850.00
10,957.33
84,900.00
86,866.00
87,940.00
88,550.00
100,444.45
25,064.00
27,261.00
27,976.00
28,145.00
26,100.00
30,653.00
84,181.00
86,779.00
89,448.00
89,900.00
207,933.00
215,890.00
222,193.00
227,957.00
249,260.00
645,046.00
652,990.00
658,414.00
668,307.00
685,071.00
Awarded.
Halse-Martin Construction Co. Ltd	
Kennett Construction Co. Ltd 	
Public   Works   equipment-shed,   Alberni
Stange-Holand Construction Co. Ltd	
Lickley Construction Co. Ltd  	
Turner Construction Co. Ltd 	
Awarded.
Public Works equipment-shed, Duncan
Moncrieff Construction Co. Ltd..	
G. H. Wl-eaton                              •
Proposed street-lighting, Essondale.
J H McRae Co. Ltd.
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd 	
Peterson Electrical Construction Co. Ltd	
Mott Electric Ltd. .... 	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric Ltd    .
Piping and ancillary equipment, new
boiler-house, Oakalla Prison Farm
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd	
J. H. McRae Co. Ltd 	
Peterson Electrical Construction Co. Ltd.
Ben's Plumbing & Heating 	
Fred Welsh Co. Ltd 	
Awarded.
H. S. Crombie Ltd.	
Health   and   Welfare   Centre,   Kamloops
F. Fenk, Plumbing & Heating 	
Leek & Co. Ltd  	
Halse-Martin Construction Co. Ltd 	
Taylor & Son Ltd.     .	
Awarded.
Dominion Construction Co. Ltd 	
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd.	
tor, Tranquille  Sanatorium, Tran-
Mutual Construction Co. Ltd  	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd.  	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd 	
Dominion Construction Co. Ltd...	
E. H. Shockley & Son Ltd.	
dale
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rt   O !3 REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER
P 89
REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER
The statement of gross expenditure for the fiscal year 1951-52 submitted herewith
shows a total of $37,176,767.42. This expenditure involved the handling of approximately 85,000 vouchers, and, in addition, approximately 17,000 requisitions were passed
through the Accounting Branch.
Cash collections amounted to $2,471,040.97, and debit- and credit-note transactions
to the amount of approximately $1,200,000 were processed through this Branch.
Toll collections on the Pattullo Bridge were rescinded as of February 12th, 1952,
at 6 p.m., under authority of Order in Council No. 320, approved February 11th, 1952.
Refunds to the public for unused tickets in their possession, as at that date, were made
up to and including March 31st, 1952, and such refunds amounted to $26,218.60.
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.
Wm. Wright,
Departmental Comptroller.  STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 91
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES, FISCAL YEAR 1951-52
SUMMARY
Vote 248.
Vote 249.
Vote 250.
Vote 251.
Vote 252.
Vote 253.
Vote 257.
Vote 258.
Vote 259.
Vote 260.
Vote 261.
Vote 262.
Minister's Office
Administration ...
Maintenance of Parliament Buildings and Grounds	
Government House (Maintenance) 	
Maintenance and Repairs to Government Buildings	
Rental and Maintenance of Offices, Buildings, and Grounds
Grants to Cities with Population in Excess of 15,000	
Highway Signs—Patrols, Grants, Expenses 	
Research Services—University of British Columbia	
Gravel-crushing	
Grants to Engineering Associations	
Dewdney  Dyking  Commission — Grant  toward  pumping
charges	
Vote 263.    Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver	
Vote 264.    Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver	
(Total expenditure, Votes 248-253, 257-264 (see Public
Accounts for details), $4,449,443.83.)
$15,422.44
1,142,527.99
606,615.29
81,876.31
1,478,213.83
278,874.18
39,675.00
99,594.03
Nil
497,321.73
827.91
2,500.00
76,605.38
129,389.74
CREDITS
(Non-expendable)
(See page 94.)
Vote 254—
Roads
$6,615,027.10
Bridges   1,012,248.00
Ferries  945,827.26
Wharves   4,964.3 5
Machinery   300,870.72
Vote 255.
Vote 256.
Total expenditure, Vote 254—Roads,  Bridges, Ferries,
etc.   8,878,937.43
Snow-removal (includes Special Warrant No. 35)  1,722,789.05
Local Highways within Municipal Limits   34,638.46
Capital Expenditures (Roads, Bridges, Ferries,
etc.) :   " Highway Development Act "
; Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a) —
Roads, gross    $4,300,239.62
Less expendable Federal Government credits (see detail
on page 94)         166,487.92
Bridges 	
Ferries and ferry-landings
Surveys 	
Weigh-scales 	
•,133,751.70
411,856.81
180,721.56
253,263.57
45,816.67
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)      5,025,410.31
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b)—Hard-surfacing of Highways     2,510,239.79
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c)—Permanent Bridges      2,518,006.16
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) (Trans-Canada) —
Roads, gross    $3,036,860.07 .
Less expendable Federal Government credits (see detail
on page 94)  88,516.80
Bridges 	
Paving 	
Surveys 	
Rights-of-way
$2,948,343.27
243,044.06
492,889.76
122,528.70
5,949.20
$92,148.37
185,036.40
277,788.68
501,589.20
75,001.31
104,204.11
320,354.99
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)	
(Total expenditure, " Highway Development Act "—
Gross  . $14,121,415.97
Less expendable credits as
detailed on page 94)...        255,004.72
3,812,754.99     2,036,974.30
$13,866,411.25 net)
Carried forward..
. $28,952,220.02   $3,593,097.36 P 92 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES— Continued
CREDITS
SUMMARY—Continued (Non-expendable)
(See page 94.)
Brought forward $28,952,220.02   $3,593,097.36
"Flood Relief Act" (Statutory):
Public Works Expenditures Only
Fernie District  .
Mackenzie District 	
South Okanagan District
Similkameen District 	
Total, Public Works expenditure, " Flood
' Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a)-
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (c)-
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a)
' Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a)—
Roads         $31,990.91
Bridges   5,295.87
Garages and workshops   823.14
$9,500.00
4,000.00
500.00
5,250.00
Celief Act "	
19,250.00
-Roads	
1,923.73
-Buildings ._.
402.35
—Roads	
4,494.51
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec.
2 (a)   38,109.92
; Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a)—Roads  36,476.04
(Total expenditure, Revenue Surplus Appropriation Acts,
$81,406.55.)
Capital Expenditures ( Roads, Bridges, Ferries,
Buildings, etc) :  B.C. Loan Acts
' B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6—Roads  334.68
; B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6—Roads  2,000.75
; B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6—Buildings  9,000.00
: B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a) —
Roads   $1,870.13
Bridges   6,530.60
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a)  8,400.73
" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b)— Buildings   556,974.19
" B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads  168,608.27
"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (6)—Buildings  962,052.79
"B.C. University Loan Act, 1945"  13,375.65
"B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads   931,329.99
"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a)—Roads   134,418.07
"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b)— Buildings   1,070,710.09
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e)—Culverts   48,402.68
" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g)— University buildings   104,745.87
"B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (a)—Buildings   1,885,120.41
" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (b)--University buildings  345,418.13
"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (a)—Buildings   452,941.47
"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (b)— Equipment Fund   350,000.00
"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (c)—University buildings   117,927.46
(Total expenditure, B.C. Loan Acts, $7,161,761.23.)
" Okanagan Flood-control Act "—
Gross         $77,830.14
Less expendable Federal Government credits
(see detail on page 94)  39,491.64
38,338.50
Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge (Pattullo Bridge)         197,800.21        790,937.45
Special Warrants
No. 2. River-bank protection work on Skeena River at Hazelton  8,610.21
No. 8. Construction of channel from Ellis Street to mouth of Penticton
Creek   3,602.47
No. 13. Construction by Public Works Department of office building
for Workmen's Compensation Board  340,003.56       340,003.56
No. 19. Outpost hospital, Telegraph Creek  1,477.30
Carried forward. $36,804,470.05   $4,724,038.37 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 93
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
credits
;'Nr>n-expendable)
(See page 94.)
Brought forward...  $36,804,470.05   $4,724,038.37
SUMMARY—Continued
Vote 212—Mining Roads and Trails:
Public Works Expenditures Only
Atlin District 	
North Cariboo District
Columbia District 	
Omineca (East) District
Revelstoke District 	
$2,994.23
4,351.11
1,000.00
2,500.00
66,955.67
Total,   Public  Works   expenditure,   Vote   212—Mining
Roads and Trails 	
77,801.01
Total expenditure, 1951-52 _-. $36,882,271.06   $4,724,038.37 P 94 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES— Continued
CREDITS
General Account
Non-expendable Credits
Vote 250. Parliament Buildings          $92,148.37
Vote 252. Government Buildings          185,036.40
Vote 253. Rental and Maintenance of Offices         277,788.68
Vote 260. Gravel-crushing          501,589.20
Vote 263. Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver   75,001.31
Vote 264. Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver   .._        104,204.11
Vote 254—
Ferries—
Kelowna-Westbank  (South Okanagan)       $151,057.15
Kootenay Lake (Nelson-Creston)           123,787.70
Francois Lake (Omineca (West))  1,121.00
North Bend-Boston Bar (Yale)  4,511.85
Agassiz-Rosedale   (Chilliwack)  24,967.29
Wharves—Prince Rupert (wharfage dues and rentals)  14,910.00
Total credits, Vote 254          320,354.99
Total, Non-expendable Credits, General Account     $1,556,123.06
Miscellaneous
Fraser River Bridge (New Westminster)       *790,937.45
Special Warrant No. 13—Construction of office building for Workmen's Compensation
Board (payments made by Board)         340,003.56
Capital Account
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d)   (Trans-Canada)—Federal
Government   credits   (expendable   on   application   to   and
approval of Treasury) —
New construction—
Claim No. 7         $71,264.04
Claim No. 8   64,823.63
Claim No. 9         532,299.08
Claim No. 10         326,257.91
Claims Nos.  11 and 12          709,820.18
    $1,704,464.84
Interim construction—Claim No. 4   7,832.10
Prior construction—Claim No.  1  (part)         324,677.36
Total, Federal Government payments     f2,036,974.30
Grand total, Non-expendable Credits    $4,724,038.37
Memorandum Only—Expendable Credits
The following Federal Government credits were credited directly to the appropriation
concerned:—
" Okanagan Flood-control Act " (Federal Government share)         $39,491.64
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)—
Project No. 196, Patricia Bay Highway, Saanich District (Federal
Government share) .       $ 108,987.92
Project No. 127, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Grand Forks
east, Grand Forks-Greenwood District (Board of Transport
share)   57,500.00
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a)         166,487.92
; Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) (Trans-Canada)—
Project No. 92, Flood-Hope section and extension, Dewdney District (Board of
Transport share)  88,516.80
Grand total, Expendable Credits        $294,496.36
* Includes refund of tolls in amount of $26,218.60 due to cancelling of toll charges on Pattullo Bridge, February 12th,
1952—Order in Council No. 320, approved February 11th, 1952.
t Expendable on approval of Treasury. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 95
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
SUMMARY, PUBLIC WORKS
Credits
Gross (Expendable) Net
Expenditure (Memo. Only) Expenditure
515,085,808.77     $15,085,808.77
81,406.55      81,406.55
7,161,761.23          7,161,761.23
14,121,415.97      $255,004.72   13,866,411.25
General  (estimate votes)	
Revenue Surplus Appropriation Acts
Capital—-
B.C. Loan Acts 	
Highway Development Acts 	
Miscellaneous—
"Flood Relief Act"  19,250.00
"Okanagan Flood-control Act"... 77,830.14
Fraser  River Bridge  (New Westminster)         197,800.21
Mining Roads and Trails   77,801.01
Special Warrants          353,693.54
39,491.64
19,250.00
38,338.50
197,800.21
77,801.01
353,693.54
Credits
(Nonexpendable)
51,556,123.06
2,036,974.30
790,937.45
$37,176,767.42      $294,496.36 $36,882,271.06   $4,724,038.37 P 96
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
ALBERNI DISTRICT
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
183.
66.
106.
6.
107.
1.
2.
3.
9.
100.
10.
11.
15.
13.
16.
159.
22.
24.
45.
25.
27.
30.
31.
32.
84.
34.
38.
134.
158.
39.
139.
43.
47.
44.
149.
194.
57.
55.
52.
160.
60.
18.
184.
63.
36.
33r.
53r.
Bainbridge  	
Bamfield trails
Barker 	
Batty  __
Bayne
Beaver Creek
Best 	
Bland 	
Cameron 	
Canadian Highway
Central Lake 	
Cherry Creek	
Comox Trail 	
Compton 	
Cowley 	
Donahue  	
Drinkwater  	
Faber 	
Falls  	
Fayette 	
Grandview 	
Halpenny  	
Hector 	
Hills .._
King
Kitsuksis  .	
Lake Shore 	
Long 	
Maebelle  	
Maggie Lake Trail
Milligan   	
Moore  	
McCoy Lake	
McKenzie	
Refuge Cove Trail
Renton  	
River 	
Smith 	
Somers  	
Swanson 	
Third 	
Thompson 	
Tofino-Ucluelet
Tronsdon Trail .
Walker 	
Zeballos 	
Arterial Highway 	
Arterial Highway 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage Account  —-	
Plant and Tools Account	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Roads,
$1,350.60
3,027.72
280.58
961.74
270.74
5,063.62
1,147.47
566.18
349.31
7,079.79
3,357.14
1,497.31
283.96
1,314.06
5,048.76
543.60
736.07
9,880.43
249.18
287.16
930.52
227.22
520.49
593.65
1,269.33
623.57
2,249.23
365.44
689.19
5,629.96
237.98
858.57
1,384.44
992.56
248.61
1,150.65
252.36
1,701.88
571.21
978.26
1,606.98
290.04
13,188.60
251.48
833.05
2,012.90
12,428.14
182.59
1,559.04
2,776.36
1,653.54
1,298.99
$100,254.27
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
94.
160.
108.
93.
145.
95.
92.
Clarke's 	
Douglas 	
Heath 	
Kitsuksus 	
Lost Shoe __
River Bend ...
Roger Creek
Carried forward..
$443.66
635.21
271.86
10,067.24
2,767.55
598.33
348.18
$15,132.03      $100,254.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 97
ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Reg. No.
146.    Sand Hill
80.    Truman _
102.    Wise	
Brought forward...
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance.
$15,132.03      $100,254.27
998.85
212.79
803.14
594.93
17,741.74
1.
100.
10.
11.
13.
24.
38.
18.
33r.
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Beaver Creek 	
Canadian Highway
Central Lake	
Cherry Creek	
Compton 	
Faber 	
Lake Shore 	
Toflno-Ucluelet 	
Arterial Highway 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
$685.18
3,393.67
1,515.48
170.19
199.75
325.05
752.40
362.14
160.47
1,585.74
Summary of Expenditures, Alberni District
9,150.07
Total expenditure, Alberni District       $127,146.08
District expenditures as detailed above  $127,146.08
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 196)     321,852.66
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 203)       76,910.94
Grand total, Alberni District
$525,909.68
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Atlin Hiehwav            ____ _
Roads,
$4,629.27
1,468.35
1,074.40
638.11
3,001.76
1,317.35
559.64
215.38
1,245.43
1,038.84
1,560.37
6?
Atlin-Ruffner          .     _- -  —.        .   .
10
McKee Creek _   ... _       ___
n
O'Donnell River       	
17
Spruce Creek	
1
Surprise Lake —.   	
Arterial Highway, Atlin	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools      .
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
(Credit)
Atlin garage   ...     ...    ...
Total. Vote 254—Roads. Trails, and Streets	
$14,671.22
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Gate No. 4 	
$335.55
874.89
601.42
458.93
206.34
366.73
204.87
897.99
14
Gold Run 	
16.
Halfway 	
26.
O'Donnell River No. 3     ...
32.
Stevendyke  . .     	
Upper Boulder Creek	
70.
Wright Creek No. 1	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)     	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance	
3,946.72
Carried forward  	
$18,617.94 P 98
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
Atlin Highway
62.    Atlin-Ruffner  .
46.    Atlin streets ....
5.    Boulder Creek
17.    Spruce Creek ..
1.    Surprise Lake .
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Sundry roads (units under $150)
$6,147.31
183.03
1,289.49
1,410.90
2,288.80
182.52
199.31
$18,617.94
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal	
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)
11,701.36
$30,319.30
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
146
$259.67
6,688.28
1,736.49
482.81
18,520.25
4,465.07
1,343.24
567.85
313.96
1,413.88
1,204.00
1,167.71
272.24
108.10
63
73
Big Missouri      ..     ...        .
138
84
Kitsau'f River         ...                    . .	
66
Salmon River        .     ..        .     	
10?
Stewart-Hyder           ..
T>D
Arterial Highway, Stewart       ..        __ — _..      _    	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools       -   ...       	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Stewart garage       -              . .         ._ ~       ..    	
Outside Parties Account      .                   ...    ...
Bear River wing-dam                 ....      '	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
$36,135.55
81.
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
$939.15
309.26
4,980.12
668.49
335.61
558.96
2,771.76
419.89
T>T
Bernaches Creek         .       .    	
110
Fletcher Creek No. 1     —. 	
178
Fletcher Creek No. 2	
Q0
91.
Stewart-Hyder No. 2	
Stewart—Hyder No. 3     ...
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  _        _ __
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance	
10,983.24
100
Vote 254—Ferries
Upper Nass-Grease Harbour                  ....
$1,115.40
Total, Vote 254—Ferries 	
1,115.40
103
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Alice Arm shore  ...   „  	
$ 253.76
487.56
2,878.73
3,744.35
10,866.44
1,372.35
1,868.56
394.54
146
Alice Arm streets  -
63
Bear River     .... ...          .
84
Kitsault River	
66
Salmon River    .     ______   . _
10?
Stewart-Hyder ...   ... 	
7?p
Arterial Highway, Stewart   _
Sundry roads (units under $150)          .
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal	
21,866.29
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South) ....    	
$70,100.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 99
ATLIN DISTRICT (STIKINE)
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
51.    Dease Lake
50.    Glenora 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Telegraph Creek garage	
.(Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
45. Casca No. 2	
54. Eighteen Mile No. 22 .
55. Four Mile	
66. Stikine Avenue 	
117.
Twenty-five Mile Creek No. 18
Waterfall
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance .
Vote 255—Snow-removal
61.    Telegraph Creek streets
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal 	
Total expenditure, Atlin District (Stikine)
$6,196.98
854.27
70.33
703.94
128.11
628.25
$244.50
206.92
231.79
616.61
159.24
481.26
764.31
$857.27
386.40
$7,325.38
2,704.63
1,243.67
$11,273.68
Total expenditure, Atlin District        $111,693.46
Summary of Expenditures, Atlin District
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report	
$111,693.46
Nil
Nil
Nil
Grand total, Atlin District  $111,693.46
BURNABY DISTRICT
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
17r. Central Arterial 	
135r. Grandview-Douglas
14r. Hastings-Barnet
Ir. Kingsway, Trans-Canada Highway
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Roads,
$9,801.24
9,118.79
35,129.09
5,809.34
1,338.95
3,100.26
Vote 254—Classified Highways
14b. North .....
22b. Riverway
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Mill
3.    Washout 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Carried forward	
$176.69
823.31
$350.84
249.58
$58,097.15
1,000.00
600.42
$59,697.57 P  100 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
BURNABY DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       	
$59,697.57
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Reg. No.
17r. Central Arterial              	
$3,380.22
135r. Grandview-Douglas              	
2,251.07
14r. Hastings-Barnet                ..         ....               .       .    	
3,335.58
Ir. Kingsway, Trans-Canada Highway        	
3,012.46
41.54
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal                  ■                    ~
12,020.87
Total expenditure, Burnaby District  . ...
$71,718.44
Summary of Expenditures, Burnaby District
District expenditures as detailed above  $71,718.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 190)  5,657.96
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 203)  52,402.28
Grand total, Burnaby District  $129,778.68
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
32.    Fraser Road from Quesnel to Macalister (Project No. 221)      $10,099.40
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads         $10,099.40
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
196. Abbott   $1,448.95
38. Barkerville   17,734.08
29. Barkerville-Bear Lake  1,981.85
129. Bastin   241.79
2. Cariboo   61,776.51
90. Cedar Creek  488.53
45. Dragon Lake   771.87
162. Durrell   316.01
32. Fraser   14,340.09
73. Gravelle Ferry   199.83
15. Johnson   2,250.92
5. Keithley  4,174.95
106. Lake Creek   411.68
51. Lavoie  —  5,145.50
19. Macalister-Beaver Lake  460.23
54. McLean  221.66
180. Morgan  226.36
3. Olson   680.29
58. Quesnel-Blackwater   4,122.72
25. Quesnel Forks-Likely  1,015.16
60. Quesnel-Hydraulic   4,353.64
59. Quesnel-Nazko   3,331.13
197. Rawlings  .....  348.93
183. Sanford  426.69
23. Soda Creek-McLeese Lake   809.19
118. Strathnaver-White's Landing  186.25
165. Ten Mile Lake  600.08
179. Thorley   1,277.74
158. Tingley   179.75
157. Webster   279.00
13. Wells Townsite   262.67
, 18. West Quesnel streets  1,553.76
Carried forward.  $131,617.81        $10,099.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 101
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $131,617.81
Reg. No.
11.    Williams Lake Cut-off
Plant and tools	
Garage Account
Outside Parties Account (Credit)
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
47r. Quesnel Arterial	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
2,444.04
13,587.93
5,444.51
380.51
3,857.88
2,603.37
11,521.48
$10,099.40
162,980.75
21.
34.
2.
28.
26.
20.
98.
29.
44.
35.
23.
42.
84.
62.
11.
Alexandria 	
Baker Creek ...
Bazaeko	
Canyon Creek
Cinema  	
Cuisson	
Fraser 	
Hixon 	
Malone 	
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Narcosli  	
Quesnel 	
Spanish Creek ....
Spehar 	
West Creek	
Willow	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$1,338.83
343.41
207.65
193.53
159.79
227.92
167.56
2,335.25
560.02
2,504.58
2,787.49
447.98
289.97
265.50
1,090.41
829.42
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance.
13,749.31
Vote 254—Ferries
Gravelle             ...     .      .  .                    .
$3,777.32
Macalister       ..                    ...              ...
5,576.34
Soda Creek
3,709.06
Total, Vote 254—Ferries     	
13,062.72
38
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Barkerville       .—         	
....    $17,881.46
29.
Barkerville—Bear Lake   .      ...     	
.   .           584.94
91.
152.61
?
Cariboo                    ..          ....    _.
17,642.52
159
Colebank (east)   —.   .... ..    	
283.29
77.
Dale Lake ...        .          _.      ..          .....
190.82
45
Dragon Lake                       .— 	
797.57
162.
Durrell               _ .
157.45
3?
Fraser _             .
3 462.55
170.
French         ... 	
170.53
191.
Grundall  .      — ■    .
160.00
15
Johnson       .   ...
432.55
106
Lake Creek       ...
168.65
175
Meadow Creek       	
265.84
3
Olson 	
164.39
58
Quesnel-Blackwater 	
1,442.48
60
Quesnel-Hydraulic   . .  . 	
1,264 01
59
Quesnel-Nazko  .               	
900 16
?3
Soda Creek-McLeese Lake   	
359 00
165
Ten Mile Lake   .... ....   ...   	
249 05
179
Thorley	
221.50
13
Wells Townsite  .........    	
2 123.98
7,7,
Western Plywood            .
436.87
18
West Quesnel streets	
399.27
Carried forward  .   ...
     $49,911.49      $199,892.18
PROVINCIAL LIBRARY P  102 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward    $49,911.49      $199,892.18
Reg. No.
11.    Williams Lake Cut-off  1,547.98
Sundry roads   3,137.52
47r. Quesnel Arterial  _ 485.30
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  55,082.29
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)       $254,974.47
Summary of Expenditures, Cariboo District (North)
District expenditures as detailed above  $254,974.47
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, Cariboo District (North)   $254,974.47
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Bridges
310.    Churn Creek       $6,530.60
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Bridges  $6,530.60
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
10c. New cut-off from Williams Lake north to Mountain House (Project
No 242)   $100,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads         100,000.00
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
411.    Alexis Creek-Nazko   $285.65
417.    Beaver Valley  1,035.44
306.    Big Creek   3,173.42
313. Bradley Creek   475.11
314. Bridge Lake (north)   1,196.94
315. Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake  722.88
316. Burgess   394.93
318. Canim Lake   12,941.35
443.    Canim Lake-Mahood Lake   277.50
10.    Cariboo   21,127.64
10c. Cariboo (revision)  207.17
18.    Chilcotin   16,506.74
447.    Christensen  ...  1,000.00
326.    Cooper Creek  209.79
319. Deka Lake-Canim Lake  6,990.51
329.   Dog Creek-Churn Creek  346.47
332.    Eagle Creek    3,111.65
334.    Empire Valley  441.00
336.    Exeter-McKinley   2,989.39
452.    Greenlee   903.19
341. Homathko River  6,241.98
342. Hanceville-Canoe Creek   376.76
419.    Horsefly  2,034.33
421. Horsefly Lake    201.88
422. Horsefly-Quesnel Lake  1,101.50
346.    Houseman-Buffalo  971.11
351.   Lac la Hache Station  259.57
Carried forward     $85,523.90      $ 106,530.60 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  103
Reg. No.
15.    Likely
353.
354.
358.
360.
370.
371.
376.
386.
390.
403.
405.
425.
410.
11.
37.
Little Timothy Mountain
Lone Butte-Watch Lake _
Meldrum Creek	
Mission  	
79R.
407.
193.
438.
479.
310.
430.
494.
397.
329.
373.
141.
362.
501.
47.
508.
302.
2.
417.
306.
313.
314.
315.
318.
443.
10.
18.
319.
445.
332.
338.
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward     $85,523.90      $106,530.60
.             3,314.44
1,276.70
836.67
7,768.82
186.79
16,282.40
3,768.76
547.63
198.50
4,053.66
2,718.78
532.32
908.11
321.64
5,457.33
3,469.68
2,011.00
1,800.91
9,622.05
13,031.40
6,327.91
100.85
469.99
1,780.26
Mile 93-Bridge Lake	
Mile 100-Roe Lake	
Mile Ill-Mirage Lake	
North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake
Raphael-Mason 	
Tatton Station 	
Tatlayoko	
Upper Horsefly	
Wilcox 	
Williams Lake Cut-off 	
Williams Lake-57-Mile	
Acquisition of gravel-pits 	
Outside Parties Account ...
Garage Account
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools	
Fire Account 	
Chilcotin Arterial 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)  ,	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Bambrick No. 2	
Beaver Valley No. 3 	
Bowser 	
Canoe Creek No. 1 	
Churn Creek Suspension
Colwell   	
Corkscrew   	
Faessler 	
Houseman    	
Jesmond 	
Likely 	
Lone Butte 	
Nicol 	
Springfield
Under-pass at Mile 171, P.G.E. Railway
Whitewater   	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$269.25
253.61
197.28
216.79
14,158.89
1,385.94
1,107.04
331.83
200.23
333.13
444.52
586.09
3,224.80
491.27
192.43
17,135.39
720.74
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Bates  	
Beaver Lake-Beaver Mouth
Beaver Valley	
Big Creek	
Bradley Creek
Bridge Lake (north)  	
Buffalo Lake-Horse Lake ....
Canim Lake 	
Canim Lake-Mahood Lake
Cariboo	
Chilcotin   	
Deka Lake-Canim Lake	
Dempsey Lake 	
Eagle Creek	
Fawn	
$214.50
252.12
260.40
857.00
422.95
1,609.17
594.06
3,881.47
943.00
13,449.78
11,978.50
2,548.95
361.00
2,365.66
231.53
146,247.70
41,249.23
Carried forward..
$39,970.09      $294,027.53 P  104
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Reg. No.
452.
342.
346.
419.
454.
349.
5.
351.
352.
15.
25.
353.
354.
358.
370.
371.
377.
381.
360.
386.
389.
392.
405.
403.
425.
11.
37.
79r.
Brought forward..
Greenlee  	
Hanceville-Canoe  	
Houseman-Buffalo Creek
Horsefly  	
Horsefly Cut-off 	
Knife Lake 	
Keithley 	
Lac la Hache Station 	
Lake  	
Likely 	
Likely-Quesnel Forks
Little Timothy Mountain 	
Lone Butte-Watch Lake 	
Meldrum Creek 	
Mile 93-Bridge Lake 	
Mile 100-Roe Lake 	
Mile 111-Spring Lake 	
Mile 156-Williams Lake 	
Mission   	
North Bonaparte-Bridge Lake
Pigeon   	
Redstone-Chezacut 	
Tatlayoko   	
Tatton Station 	
Upper Horsefly 	
Williams Lake Cut-off 	
Williams Lake-57-Mile  ..
Williams Lake Arterial
$39,970.09      $294,027.53
715.69
2,311.50
292.50
4,460.89
366.94
189.29
1,532.05
192.00
192.11
7,552.79
355.94
298.74
642.73
297.85
4,938.73
2,793.35
355.72
255.73
329.55
224.03
353.46
286.00
399.80
574.91
853.44
1,975.17
5,515.20
202.27
1,757.47
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal 	
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South) 	
Summary of Expenditures, Cariboo District (South)
District expenditures as detailed above  $374,213.47
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 190)  12,307.23
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 196)  68,748.18
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 203)  188,166.26
80,185.94
$374,213.47
Grand total, Cariboo District (South)
$643,435.14
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
11 Ir. "C" Street reconstruction (Project No. 66)	
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
$14,392.44
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
27.    Marshall Creek Bridge No. 2 (Project No. 33)       $1,862.50
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-Canada Bridges
Vote 25
$14,392.44
1,862.50
Boundary 	
Canyon 	
4.    Chilliwack River
Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
  $697.83
  631.48
  1,156.78
Carried forward.....
$2,486.09        $16,254.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 105
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Reg. No.
6.
13.
32.
25.
26.
31.
Brought forward       $2,486.09
Columbia Valley 	
Hope-Rosedale  (Trans-Canada Highway)_
Huntingdon Townsite 	
Page  	
Popcum
Sumas Mountain 	
Vedder Mountain 	
12r. Abbotsford-Mission   	
lllR. "C" Street 	
9r. Rosedale Ferry 	
4r. Trans-Canada Highway 	
5r. Trans-Canada Highway	
6r. Trans-Canada Highway 	
6r. Trans-Canada Highway  (reconstruction ).
8r. Trans-Canada Highway 	
13 Or. Trans-Canada Highway 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Supervision   	
Plant and tools 	
Plant and tools, Rosedale equipment-shed
River-bank protection, Chilliwack 	
6,270.96
15,833.80
1,269.20
162.88
268.69
1,282.21
12,245.20
4,219.83
1,402.10
18,804.61
4,568.46
791.91
8,513.89
31,366.11
9,547.01
5,468.50
812.73
253.00
870.53
902.72
1,402.43
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
Vote 254—Classified Highways
106b. Cultus Lake
62b. Sardis
Sundry roads (units under $150)— 	
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
$7,480.00
172.53
130.33
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
23.
79.
31.
55.
52.
26.
53.
54.
16.
30.
25.
Abbotsford Overhead (Trans-Canada Highway).
Barton   	
Cheam   	
Cultus Creek 	
Ferry Slough 	
Hope Slough 	
Matsqui Slough 	
Munroe Slough 	
Ryder Slough
Vedder Canal (Trans-Canada Highway).
Watt Creek 	
Willband Creek 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)	
Sundry bridges (Sumas Municipality)	
$3,961.59
389.16
196.91
246.74
524.07
198.92
441.29
272.96
231.22
1,440.78
582.10
170.31
150.21
10,000.00
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 254—Ferries
7.
7.
7.
9.
Agassiz-Rosedale .
Agassiz Landing _
Rosedale Landing
" Eena " repairs  _
Herrling Island __
$43,374.54
2,612.74
6,646.48
8,084.64
144.41
i 16,254.94
128,742.86
7,782.86
18,806.26
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
60,862.81
Vote 255—Snow-removal
6.   Columbia Valley	
13.    Hope-Rosedale  (Trans-Canada Highway).
25.    Page 	
$1,016.27
2,838.28
207.76
Carried forward .       $4,062.31      $232,449.73 P  106 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $4,062.31      $232,449.73
Reg. No.
149r. Abbotsford By-pass   177.98
150r. Abbotsford By-pass    223.05
12r. Abbotsford and Mission             1,172.41
lllR. "C" Street     353.38
9r. Rosedale Ferry   221.55
4r. Trans-Canada Highway   1,332.49
5r. Trans-Canada Highway   516.63
6r. Trans-Canada Highway   1,023.29
8r. Trans-Canada Highway   1,745.67
Sundry roads (units under $150)  454.34
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   11,283.10
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District       $243,732.83
Summary of Expenditures, Chilliwack District
District expenditures as detailed above  $243,732.83
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 190)  15,060.39
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 196)  150,998.01
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 203)  104,238.88
Grand total, Chilliwack District  $514,030.11
COLUMBIA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Mile 13.5 to Mile  15.5, south of
Golden (Project No. 126)        $2,311.78
1.    Kootenav-Columbia Highway, Mile  15.5 to Mile  17.5, south of
Golden (Project No. 231)  ..      27,236.76
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads          $29,548.54
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
6. Athalmer     $376.82
Athalmer streets   339.49
17.    Beard's Creek   208.51
9.    Brisco   599.30
7. Campbell    1,127.73
13.    Canyon Creek   296.55
Canal Flats streets   825.52
Crushed gravel at Golden  3,000.00
285.    Edwards  300.91
Edgewater streets   2,749.09
8. Findlay Creek  241.25
42.    Golden-Donald (Upper)    750.60
Golden streets    1,305.37
39.    Hartley   552.58
84.    Hawke     255.03
Invermere streets   1,329.64
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway   66,540.05
38.    Moberly Branch  371.51
34.    Oberg and Johnson  643.51
276.    Reeves   378.11
River-bank protection, Kicking Horse River  8,479.82
58.    Sanborn   258.40
4.    Toby   2,257.04
280.    Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend section)   21,364.05
87.    Trans-Canada Highway (Kicking Horse section)   9,859.82
Carried forward  $124,410.70        $29,548.54 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  107
COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Brought forward                    	
$124,410.70
9,558.03
385.57
337.07
1,042.54
95.70
6,855.85
2,099.42
18,533.94
$29,548.54
Reg. No.
2.    Westside  	
11
Wilmer Pontoon           ....    ._ _     	
Windermere streets                     '   	
Sundry roads and streets (units under $150)                     . .. 	
.
Outside Parties Account      __.    .     	
Garage Account                                              	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools ....          .    „        	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
159,119.98
68
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Athalmer         ..          ...   	
$976.28
240.11
791.93
172.36
1,619.85
342.96
214.12
582.23
402.58
300.00
327.42
396.29
1,579.00
235.51
191.21
285.30
934.49
634.59
363.35
511.52
288.21
453.23
938.95
177.70
1,694.74
834.05
319.95
272.32
969.48
151.06
472.64
344.72
160
Blaeberry (Lower)     _.         	
979
Brewer .      _                           .. .  	
165
Brisco                                       .   .. . 	
945
Bush River                                     .     	
39
Canal Flats   _      .....     .   .   	
10
Canyon Creek      .
709
Camp       .                     ....         	
3
Chetwoot _                               ..    ....    	
80
Findlay                                        	
56
Francis      ...       	
13
Galena   .             	
53
Horsethief
83
Kahnaway                                          	
4
Kicking Horse       	
106
Klakanie ..          .. 	
40
Kootenay                                       ... .....                                      ..   .
957
Middle River .... ...              	
915
Mount Hunter                              	
913
Park                                          	
930
948
Shell Creek                              ..    	
59
South Salmon ...     .   	
18
South Vermilion         .„      	
955
Sullivan River                    ..                                              .   .	
79
Tatley                                                	
46
Toby Creek      	
235.
Waitabit                                    —.  	
71
98
Windermere                               .... ..      	
919
Yoho                                                                        	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance   	
18,018.15
Vote 254—Ferries
Richter's Basket Ferry                 	
$167.55
Total, Vote 254—Ferries	
167.55
37
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Blaeberry School                            	
$169.07
176.41
2,439.15
623.40
181.79
1,798.51
1,682.01
9
Brisco                    . _     -
7
Campbell           	
8
Findlay Creek  	
10.
42.
Forster's Landing 	
Golden-Donald (Upper) 	
Golden streets   ._                	
Carried forward 	
$7,070.34
$206,854.22 P 108 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
COLUMBIA DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $7,070.34      $206,854.22
Reg. No.
39.    Hartley   197.68
84.    Hawke   407.91
1. Kootenay-Columbia Highway  10,276.30
38.    Moberly Branch  200.02
34.    Oberg and Johnson   229.71
4.    Toby   404.37
280.    Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend section)   5,443.40
87.    Trans-Canada Highway (Kicking Horse section)   2,984.87
2. Westside   2,431.95
Windermere streets  193.59
Sundry roads and streets (units under $150)   2,088.56
Plants and tools  226.21
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  32,154.91
Total expenditure, Columbia District       $239,009.13
Summary of Expenditures, Columbia District
District expenditures as detailed above  $239,009.13
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 190)  55.99
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 197)... 703,820.46
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 204)  95,096.12
Grand total, Columbia District  $1,037,981.70
COMOX DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act,"
Sec. 6 (e): Culverts, etc.
Replacement of bridge at Courtenay Slough with culvert and fill
(Project No. 274)     $25,000.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e):  Culverts, etc         $25,000.00
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reconstruction of Island Highway from Sandwick revision north to
Oyster River (Project No. 224)  $105,459.91
Island Highway, Campbell River Bridge-Duncan Bay Mill Road,
Mile 165.45 to Mile 167.75 (D.L.) (Project No. 230)       22,367.62
Reconstruction of Roberts Hill diversion on Say ward Road (Project
No. 293)        10,532.63
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads .         138,360.16
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
May Bridge over Nile Creek (Project No. 85)     $10,182.54
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges  10,182.54
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
1. Alert Bay (Cormorant Island)  $169.40
2. Anderton   418.70
466.    Auld    209.73
3. Back   913.69
254.    Bates   334.41
Carried forward       $2,045.93      $173,542.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 109
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
326.
467.
418.
12.
727.
469.
6.32.
25.
5.
49.
474.
185.
76.
20.
330.
107.
8.
13.
18.
331.
479.
9.
154.
54.
483.
678.
678.
488.
105.
51.
60.
648.
490.
335.
417.
453.
62.
219.
337.
498.
77.
43.
187.
499.
234.
258.
516.
71.
69.
703.
10.
188.
341.
343.
344.
106.
501.
189.
196.
504.
67.
91.
Beaver Creek
Bellevue 	
Bennett 	
Bevan 	
Berray 	
Biological
Brewster Lake 	
Bridges 	
Burns 	
Campbell River 	
Canadian Highway	
Cape Mudge (Quadra Island)_
Central (Hornby Island)	
Cessford 	
Church 	
Coleman ..
Comox
Comox Lake 	
Condensery 	
Coombs 	
Coombs Station
Cumberland _
Deep Bay
Denman  (Denman Island).
Departure Bay
Dickenson Point (Malcolm Island).
Dickenson Point (Malcolm Island).
Doumont 	
Dove Creek	
East (Denman Island)_
Endall 	
Erickson 	
Errington  	
Fern	
First   	
Forbidden Plateau	
Fort Rupert Indian Reserve.
Fraser 	
Gartley 	
Gilbert  __
Godfrey
Goose Spit (Hornby Island)	
Gorge Harbour (Cortes Island)	
Gowland Harbour (Quadra Island).
Grafton  	
Granite Bay (Quadra Island).
Green (Quadra Island)	
Hammond Bay 	
Hardy Bay 	
Hardy 	
Harrogate
Headquarters  	
Heriot Bay (Quadra Island).
Hilliers 	
Holberg-Cape Scott
Home Lake	
Howard (Comox) 	
Howard (Cameron)  	
Hyacinth Bay (Quadra Island).
Island Highway 	
Jingle Pot	
Knight 	
Kye Bay 	
Roads,
$2,045.93      $173,542.70
369.61
537.14
1,237.80
964.79
1,251.27
162.50
5,233.79
411.17
231.56
2,530.07
13,516.18
1,671.87
970.37
166.51
625.15
724.58
542.95
1,767.77
348.48
412.32
268.25
508.39
155.92
1,421.06
452.67
1,077.27
5,578.55
225.22
968.02
574.03
2,084.57
162.32
1,374.88
1,051.60
240.47
2,305.16
6,481.79
328.61
320.78
617.55
152.00
447.73
7,413.66
267.64
1,594.51
971.85
315.62
3,023.06
347.44
525.34
361.95
1,610.77
3,583.09
2,019.78
243.24
734.83
190.76
203.96
974.29
29,471.41
536.33
992.35
181.90
Carried forward
$118,082.43      $173,542.70 P  110 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
COMOX DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward.  $ 118,082.43      $ 173,542.70
Reg. No.
52. Lacon (Denman Island)      902.88
93. Lake Trail  1,368.86
672. Lantzville   250.96
14. Lazo   1,184.15
509. Leffler   226.44
108. Left   173.18
636. Lighthouse (Quadra Island)  324.72
96. Little River  1,822.44
556. Loat   310.34
349. Lowery   238.80
635. Macaulay  766.44
131. Malcolm Island (Malcolm Island)  617.30
427. Mant   192.41
121. Marsden   192.44
202. Masters    663.41
111. Merville   532.24
119. Minto    340.38
734. Miracle Park  5,305.93
515. Morrison   209.07
118. McLeod   258.77
692. Neyland   152.37
56. Northwest (Denman Island)  315.54
521. Northwest Bay  1,349.75
80. Ostby (Hornby Island)  172.41
523. Palmer   758.67
74. Peterson   1,079.68
192. Pidcock (Quadra Island)  156.60
129. Piercy   728.21
94. Power-house   237.67
525. Pratt   515.50
526. Price   173.69
357. Pym   182.54
743. Rangoon   257.57
267. Read Island (Read Island)  1,030.91
272. Redford (Read Island)  283.01
33. Reef Point (Cortes Island)  250.36
530. Robson   407.27
11. Royston   300.62
528. Rutherford   523.92
112. Sackville   250.69
162. Sayward   17,089.03
38. Seaford (Cortes Island)  1,318.01
656. Seventh     494.22
676. Ships Point  4,659.99
48. Squirrel Cove (Cortes Island)  7,202.48
367. Station (Qualicum)  .  166.39
82. St. John's Point (Hornby Island)  358.84
536. Superior   295.46
534. Swayne   295.09
376. Temple   197.41
377. Texada   178.00
285. Tipton (Read Island)  207.06
113. Tsolum River  414.73
370. Virginia   402.52
191. West (Quadra Island)  2,239.27
732. Weway (Quadra Island)    4,195.90
115. Williams   181.80
722. Willis   399.32
551. Winchester   377.33
Winter Harbour sidewalks  331.11
32r. Arterial, Courtenay  4,575.46
120r. Arterial, Campbell River  2,084.04
Sundry roads, Vancouver Island  8,719.04
Carried forward  $ 199,473.07      $ 173,542.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  111
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $ 199,473.07
Reg. No.
Sundry roads, Cortes Island	
Sundry roads, Denman Island	
Sundry roads, Hornby Island	
Sundry roads, Malcolm Island  	
Sundry roads, Quadra Island	
Sundry roads, Read Island	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account-
Garage Account 	
.(Credit)
159.81
425.17
203.19
99.10
405.79
32.94
28,234.26
4,746.08
14,892.17
$173,542.70
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
239,179.42
Vote 254—Classified Highways
34b. Dunsmuir-Cumberland	
11 Ib. Comox, Wharf, and Balmoral, Comox.
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways.
$389.22
217.10
606.32
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
9.
422.
44.
56.
29.
202.
23.
456.
417.
224.
43.
325.
171.
97.
104.
109.
419.
115.
326.
128.
38.
276.
255.
158.
196.
218.
388.
170.
Brooklyn 	
Browns River
Burns 	
Campbell River .
Courtenay River
Fletcher 	
Forest 	
General 	
Grafton 	
Gwilt 	
Hodgson 	
Ives 	
Johnson —
Little River
May 	
McQuillan   .
Offtake	
Oyster River	
Quatsino 	
Quinsam 	
Robertson 	
Squirrel (Cortes Island).
Tells (Read Island)	
Third Crossing	
Trent 	
White River 	
Wilkinson 	
Winter Creek
Sundry bridges, Vancouver Island..
Sundry bridges, Cortes Island	
Sundry bridges, Denman Island	
$302.67
365.13
496.46
2,738.27
209.13
310.92
179.73
1,133.87
1,134.33
330.46
160.00
241.15
953.45
816.09
274.47
438.00
553.53
1,600.02
241.09
693.68
905.10
403.92
549.19
605.46
178.12
185.36
176.92
689.72
1,942.82
5.44
106.49
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance.
18,920.99
Vote 254—Ferries
Campbell River-Quathiaski Cove Ferry (subsidy).
Denman Island Ferry (subsidy)	
Denman Island Ferry Landings	
Total, Vote 254—Ferries..
Carried forward	
$4,800.00
7,600.00
469.50
12,869.50
$445,118.93 P 112
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1951-52
COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward..
Req. No.
Vote 255—Snow-removal
2.
12.
632.
725.
49.
474.
8.
13.
9.
54.
483.
105.
60.
453.
516.
188.
196.
93.
14.
635.
131.
133.
74.
33.
11.
162.
38.
656.
48.
32r.
31.
Anderton ...
Bevan  	
Brewster Lake
Byng
Campbell River 	
Canadian Highway
Comox	
Comox Lake	
Cumberland 	
Denman  (Denman Island).
Departure Bay	
Dove Creek	
Endall 	
Forbidden Plateau	
Hammond Bay 	
Heriot Bay (Quadra Island).
Island Highway 	
Lake Trail 	
Lazo 	
Macaulay
Malcolm Island (Malcolm Island).
Mitchell Bay (Malcolm Island)	
Peterson  	
Reef Point (Cortes Island)	
Royston 	
Sayward  	
Seaford (Cortes Island)	
Seventh
Squirrel Cove (Cortes Island)	
Arterial, Courtenay	
Sundry roads, Vancouver Island-
Cortes Island	
Denman Island	
Hornby Island	
Malcolm Island ...
Sundry roads,
Sundry roads,
Sundry roads,
Sundry roads,
Sundry roads, Quadra Island	
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal..
Total expenditure, Comox District..
Summary of Expenditures, Comox District
$344.45
359.40
2,180.43
342.74
406.08
8,001.44
635.61
322.69
1,814.45
201.54
212.96
235.60
162.24
5,952.20
212.51
181.14
12,955.70
476.78
202.14
194.31
386.66
184.80
295.49
360.16
1,495.33
5,472.96
576.20
164.52
1,286.65
214.98
4,902.59
177.34
313.45
25.05
471.24
702.67
$445,118.93
52.424.50
497,543.43
District expenditures as detailed above  $497,543.43
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 190)         2,546.91
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 197)     121,667.25
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 204)       81,508.10
Grand total, Comox District  $703,265.69
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):
Davis Road (Project No. 295) 	
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads	
Roads
$512.57
$512.57
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
23.    Cowichan Lake Road (Project No. 51)
$247.27
97.    Cowichan Bay Road (Protect No. 262)        27,395.07
24.    North Shore,  Youbou Road  from Cowichan Lake  to Youbou
(Project No. 164)       128,405.91
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
Carried forward	
156,048.25
$156,560.82 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 113
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges
Reg. No.
14.    Chemainus River Bridge (Project No. 101)      $59,959.32
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges
113.    Riverside Bridge (Project No. 72)
$87,393.43
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges.
$156,560.82
59,959.32
87,393.43
1.
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Adshead                         $512.77
203
.....                     254.50
187.
            171.15
4.
         1,125.73
7.
            343.13
10.
            969.07
11
            228.85
152.
            302.55
19.
            361.35
121.
Cedar                                - -                 	
             3,439.23
182.
...            4,981.46
48.
Cherry Point                      -           —	
....               1,757.16
21.
Christie                .         .....        ...
            913.03
97.
Cowichan Bay    ...            ...   	
         7,853.79
23.
Cowichan Lake               ...      ______       	
         3,168.65
31.
     .             2,386.71
100.
.    .    ....           159.93
85.
Doole                            -   ..              	
    ....                350.82
39.
Extension            ...                   ..
.....                 1,572.99
40.
2,308.60
42.
Fourth Avenue     .      .. .         	
     ......           398.79
68.
Galloway                              .   	
                 296.68
2.
Gill          	
......                183.24
50.
8,299.86
157.
Godfrey              	
                  176.24
216.
Gomerich               ....             	
...           .            278.66
210.
Gordon         	
__„.                             408.00
49.
Grouhel ...         	
                 232.60
217.
Hambrook                             	
229.88
58.
4,781.05
53.
Hillbank 	
Holden-Corso              	
        .           546.18
55.
     ...                     1,444.24
60.
Howie  	
Indian                     ..
      ..    ..           269.24
61.
5,109.69
132.
Island Highway  ...       . ...       	
24,069 58
170.
Kingscote                    _
221.29
67.
Koksilah—Riverside               . 	
1,924 43
70.
Lakeside _.   _____   _ __   	
312.50
160
Langtry   -___                  . 	
157.10
168.
Leask     __      	
221.31
76
Marshall 	
    ...      .        __           797.40
996
Malamos       . _        .   ..
184.78
87
Miller   .-.           	
441.89
901
Minetown            _   	
340.12
88
Morden           	
216.76
34
McLay  	
272.92
911
MacMillan    .. 	
213.19
199
Nelson     ..          	
171.82
69
Nanaimo Lakes   	
193.42
770
Nanaimo River 	
                           2,079.80
Carried forward	
     $87,634.13      $303,913.57 P  114 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $87,634.13      $303,913.57
Reg. No.
24.    North Shore    5,258.24
99.    Olsen  1,269.55
95.    Old Koksilah  1,065.67
103.    Pictou   166.82
106.    Quennell  1,323.26
110.    Riverside     274.53
113.    Sahtlam     251.86
115.    Scannell   :  236.20
181.    Somenos   206.91
120.    South Oyster School   700.19
27.    South Shore  .  5,264.31
163.    Spruston     7,160.45
149.    Telegraph    234.14
127.    Thatcher  236.88
129.    Thomas  2,744.34
169.    Timberland     373.77
219.    Twelfth    483.52
81.    Tzouhalem  11,745.47
12.    Vaux  182.28
172.    Victoria     315.01
5.    Victoria Crescent    226.56
136. Waters     541.01
137. Watts     1,328.07
141.    Wharf     578.53
209.    White Rapids   776.43
204.    Wilkinson  156.12
144.    Wilmot   400.07
68r. Arterial Highway   353.09
138R. Arterial Highway   2,025.68
Sundry roads (units under $150)   2,877.59
Plant and tools   4,326.67
Garage Account   4,594.68
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 4,476.43
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         140,835.60
Vote 254—Classified Highways
36b. Secondary Highway        $5,235.03
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways  5,235.03
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
80.    Bear Creek  $187.91
14.    Chemainus River   384.03
27.    Corfield   463.07
29.    Dodds     4,392.46
142.    Greenway  237.61
57.    Kier     158.42
11.    Lake   288.85
178.    Olsen   669.71
113.    Riverside  1,998.23
16.    Sutton    191.91
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   808.46
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance   9,780.66
Vote 255—Snow-removal
121.    Cedar    $627.34
182.    Chemainus  533.53
97.    Cowichan Bay   214.71
23.    Cowichan Lake   1,377.87
39.    Extension  317.39
Carried forward       $3,070.84      $459,764.86 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 115
Reg. No.
50.
53.
132.
90.
69.
220.
24.
95.
181.
27.
163.
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward       $3,070.84      $459,764.86
Glenora   	
Hillbank   	
Island Highway
Mountain 	
Nanaimo Lakes
Nanaimo River
North Shore   ....
Old Koksilah  ...
Somenos   	
South Shore ...
Spruston
68r. Arterial Highway
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
684.32
182.14
5,118.10
163.57
490.00
150.72
632.36
197.22
232.72
550.97
347.82
196.28
2,617.53
14,634.59
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District        $474,399.45
Summary of Expenditures, Cowichan-Newcastle District
District expenditures as detailed above ...
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 191)	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 197)	
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 204)     193,456.88
$474,399.45
34,168.42
12,874.04
Grand total, Cowichan-Newcastle District   $714,898.79
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, reconstruction, Cranbrook
west (Project No. 261)   $195,489.45
126r. Kimberley-Blarchmont (Project No. 195)   492.25
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads	
$195,981.70
Vote 254
51.
59.
29.
31.
4.
10.
2.
12.
3.
17.
24.
72.
18.
1.
20.
36.
39.
22.
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments;
Trails, and Streets
Cranbrook-Wycliffe 	
Cranbrook-New Lake	
Curzon-Kingsgate   ._
Eager Junction-Ta Ta Creek
Gold Creek 	
Ha Ha Valley	
Kootenay-Columbia 	
Kootenay orchards 	
Mission 	
Mission-Wycliffe 	
Perry Creek	
Pighin
Sixth Street, Cranbrook
Slaterville streets .._
St. Mary Lake
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Torrent 	
Waldo-Newgate
Wardner-Waldo
Wycliffe-Cherry Creek
Yahk streets	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage	
Roads,
$2,463.79
176.19
1,188.03
1,169.27
819.80
869.07
17,608.52
2,624.98
590.12
1,004.7.2
350.48
231.03
406.44
568.05
2,690.24
83,161.73
215.41
5,237.06
558.95
565.40
337.69
879.28
8,030.48
Carried forward..
$131,746.23      $195,981.70 P  116
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1951-52
CRANBROOK DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward.  $131,746.23
Reg. No.
Plant and tools         8,855.28
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 7,900.86
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
$195,981.70
132,700.65
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
173.
80.
169.
22.
171.
32.
152.
43.
172.
170.
44.
168.
174.
27.
21.
129.
124.
17.
Abbott Street _
Alki	
Baker Street __
Corbetts 	
Ebert Street .....
Frees 	
Glenlily 	
Gold Creek ...
Harold Street ..
Hyde Street	
Linklater	
Louis Street _
Marpole Street
Mission 	
Moyie River _
Skookumchuck
Springbrook ._.
Waldo 	
Wasa __
Wycliffe
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
1
1
6
12
188.93
484.04
150.04
159.30
154.21
433.99
240.60
089.80
154.21
154.21
168.83
154.21
154.20
199.72
225.97
221.12
,492.73
,083.34
,602.40
255.39
361.39
29,128.63
Vote 255—Snow-removal
51.
71.
29.
4.
10.
2.
12.
9.
3.
17.
24.
72.
7.
18.
1.
20.
36.
39.
22.
Cranbrook-Wycliffe
Cross  	
Curzon-Kingsgate  ...
Gold Creek 	
Ha Ha Valley
Kootenay-Columbia 	
Kootenay orchards 	
Meadowbrook Settlement
Mission 	
Mission-Wycliffe 	
Perry Creek 	
Pighin 	
Smith Lake 	
St. Mary Lake
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Torrent 	
Waldo-Newgate 	
Wardner-Waldo	
Wycliffe-Cherry Creek	
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
$394.85
167.74
478.77
862.77
458.76
7,831.16
794.95
656.66
237.16
356.29
240.00
618.96
177.27
1,533.34
13,673.81
170.92
1,535.35
246.63
283.06
338.25
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal	
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District	
Summary of Expenditures, Cranbrook District
District expenditures as detailed above  $388,867.68
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 191)       35,510.38
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report         Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 204)  858.10
31,056.70
$388,867.68
Grand total, Cranbrook District
$425,236.16 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 117
DELTA DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
125r. McLellan Road (Project No. 167)   $36,016.52
128r. McLellan Road (Project No. 167)   70,377.38
139r. Scott Road (Project No. 166)   302.55
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads       $106,696.45
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
10.    Canoe Pass Bridge (Project No. 86)   $130,416.24
5. Eburne Bridge (Project No.  107)    258.81
6. Fraser Avenue Bridge (Project No. 95)   49,196.95
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue Bridges (Project No. 105)   8,978.05
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges..
188,850.05
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Ferry-landings
17.    Woodward Landing, Ladner-Woodward Ferry (Project No. 273)    $89,908.23
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Ferry-landings .
89,908.23
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges
4.    Eburne Bridge (Project No. 96)      $96,237.76
16.    Chillikthan Slough Bridge (Project No. 92)        43,549.44
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges.
139,787.20
77r.
184r.
114r.
66r.
15r.
133r.
125r.
128r.
13r.
139r.
2r.
3r.
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Barnston Island roads	
Aldergrove-Bellingham 	
Boundary Bay and Point Roberts
Campbell River 	
Fraser Avenue ... 	
King George VI Highway
Ladner Trunk-Scott	
McLellan 	
McLellan   	
Pacific Highway	
Scott  	
Trans-Canada Highway	
Trans-Canada Highway	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Mud Bay Dyke	
Gravel-pits -
Supervision
Cloverdale garage	
Cloverdale yard (purchase of property)
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Roads,
$5,628.04
1,381.12
2,295.75
194.93
4,844.38
14,177.39
29,306.75
55,208.10
733.62
9,100.94
4,404.86
28,813.45
6,444.92
20.61
5,886.18
6,615.45
469.15
10,677.28
4,067.40
5,493.19
24,020.09
171,743.42
40b. Boundary Bay
84b. Steveston 	
50b. Woodward 	
Vote 254—Classified Highways
$282.10
2,029.73
6,269.95
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
Carried forward  	
8,581.78
$705,567.13 P  118 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward       $705,567.13
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Reg. No.
15.    Campbell River                . $1,042.58
10.    Canoe Pass  3,710.12
4 and 5. Eburne   46,694.77
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue   18,326.44
22.    Serpentine   153.84
Sundry bridges (units under $150) _   924.15
Replacing bridges, Langley Municipality  20,000.00
Replacing bridges, Surrey Municipality  17,000.00
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance          107,851.90
Vote 254—Ferries
16.    Barnston Island  $18,749.92
16. Barnston Island Landing  285.26
17. Ladner-Woodward   4,500.00
17.    Ladner-Woodward (Ladner Landing)   16,186.03
17.    Ladner-Woodward (Woodward Landing)   376.47
Total, Vote 254—Ferries  40,097.68
Vote 255—Snow-removal
77r. Aldergrove-Bellingham   $476.54
15r. King George VI Highway  4,019.06
133r. Ladner Trunk  1,219.92
1 25r. McLellan   621.99
13r. Pacific Highway .  1,862.29
1 39r. Scott   1,110.61
2r. Trans-Canada Highway  6,704.80
3r. Trans-Canada Highway  3,631.48
Sundry roads (units under $150)   382.42
4 and 5. Eburne Bridges   1,300.26
6 and 8. Fraser Avenue Bridge  1,093.10
50b. Woodward   401.64
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  22,824.11
Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Harvie, Surrey Municipality  $8,000.00
Hjorth, Surrey Municipality  2,000.00
Marine Drive, Surrey Municipality  7,000.00
Townline, Surrey Municipality  6,000.00
Total, Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  23,000.00
Total expenditure, Delta District        $899,340.82
Summary of Expenditures, Delta District
District expenditures as detailed above  $899,340.82
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 191)  15,230.39
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 205)  156,225.76
Grand total, Delta District  $1,070,796.97 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 119
Reg. No.
DEWDNEY DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
Agassiz-Ruby Creek Road (Project No. 119)
Bedwell Bay-loco Road (Project No. 168)
7j. Lougheed  Highway,  reconstruction,  Deroche  east   (Project  No.
266)   	
23r. Lougheed Highway, Mission-Hatzic (Project No. 53) 	
23r. Stave River Bridge approaches (Project No. 102) 	
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads	
$35,508.10
30,000.00
50,000.00
1,000.00
299.54
$116,807.64
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges
25.    Alouette River Bridge (Project No. 68)      $70,000.00
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges	
70,000.00
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,'
Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges
25.    Alouette River Bridge (Project No. 68)
$15,068.47
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges __
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
7j. Lougheed  Highway,  reconstruction,  Deroche  east   (Project No.
266)
$23,226.04
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
79.
1.
56.
60.
5.
11.
12.
16.
13.
82.
61.
84.
15.
2.
18.
19.
20.
90.
7h
7l.
7j.
Vote 25^
Agassiz-Ruby Creek _
Airport 	
Athey  	
Bedwell Bay-loco 	
Brooks   	
Cooper  	
Dale  	
Farms   	
Gourley   _
Hartley
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Hawkins-Pickles
Hodgson  	
Hope-Rosedale   .
Howell  	
Hyde and Buker
loco-Sunnyside  .
Johnston 	
Jones
Kirkpatrick   	
Knowles 	
Lougheed, Section 7 _.
Lougheed, Section 8 ..
Lougheed, Section 9
7k. Lougheed, Section 10
22.    Malcolm	
Morris Valley 	
McKamey   	
Newton  	
69.
23.
29.
30.
74.
33.
34.
35.
Nicomen Island Trunk
Nicomen Slough 	
North Nicomen 	
Parke	
Rennie   	
Roads,
$963.45
176.22
570.57
11,051.93
328.59
244.19
1,724.64
2,223.40
159.35
1,000.58
2,419.53
168.00
3,622.75
153.62
308.63
2,072.98
499.74
192.59
161.90
191.29
3,182.08
10,954.60
10,413.33
4,910.23
503.45
2,732.50
507.47
1,426.20
2,528.19
273.28
2,353.98
295.45
331.16
15,068.47
23,226.04
Carried forward.
$68,645.87      $225,102.15 P  120 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $68,645.87      $225,102.15
Reg. No.
36.    River Road (south)   478.48
49.    Ross     190.84
40. Shook   401.25
41. Stave Lake   2,477.54
42. Sterling   362.54
38.    Sylvester    6,742.10
43. Taylor     810.41
24r. Abbotsford-Mission     7,601.95
18r. Dewdney Trunk   1,904.66
19r. Dewdney Trunk   8,226.82
160r. Harrison Hot Springs   5,695.18
161r. Harrison Hot Springs   5,430.05
57r. loco-Port Moody   2,536.31
2Ir. Lougheed   6,394.90
22r. Lougheed   16,291.22
23r. Lougheed   10,810.76
25r. Lougheed   --_  429.62
26r. Lougheed   20,990.78
165r. Lougheed  —  1,708.42
1 66r. Lougheed   7,532.49
1 67r. Lougheed  4,873.55
Sundry roads (units under $150)   780.99
Plant and tools, warehouses  3,139.76
Plant and tools   2,256.74
Weigh-scales, Flood   665.14
Supervision     1,701.54
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 12,252.07
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         176,827.84
Vote 254—Classified Highways
1 16b. Clarke    $363.92
73b. Dewdney Trunk   1,475.90
77b. Dewdney Trunk   3,200.00
92b. Dewdney Trunk   815.88
93b. Seventh Street and Grand Avenue   1,786.82
75b. Hammond     431.76
74b. Harris  —  486.66
78b. Harris   242.68
79b. McNeil   343.02
Sundry roads (units under $150)   100.00
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways   9,246.64
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
194. Agassiz Mountain  —  $677.88
132.    Bouchier    4,062.55
18.    Coquitlam River   1,015.77
139.    Dale No. 2  178.66
154.    Deroche   --  787.04
150.    Dewdney     990.10
116.    Eagle Mill   7,445.71
93.    Harper    179.21
131.    Harrison River   2,393.94
50.    Kanaka Creek  990.75
169.    Lucy Harris   428.10
195. Miami Slough No. 2   266.63
106-L Mission  (C.P.R.)     26,730.16
119.    Paine     244.46
126.    Peterson  3,922.99
41.    Pitt River   11,903.98
112.    Sharpe    .-___. 3,073.33
Carried forward     $65,291.26      $411,176.63 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 121
DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Reg. No.
54.    Thomson
402.    Washout .
Brought forward.
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 254—Bridges:   Classified
77.    Sproule
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Classified
Vote 255—Snow-removal
1.
11.
16.
13.
61.
2.
18.
19.
7h.
71.
7j.
7k.
22.
29.
30.
33.
41.
42.
38.
24r.
18r.
19r.
160r.
161R.
57r.
21r.
22r.
23r.
25r.
26r.
165r.
166r.
116b.
Athey  	
Farms   	
Hartley   	
Hawkins-Pickles
Hope-Rosedale  _
Ioco-Sunnyside
Johnston   	
Jones   	
Lougheed, Section 7 _.
Lougheed, Section 8 ....
Lougheed, Section 9 _
Lougheed, Section 10__._
Malcolm   	
Newton  	
Nicomen Island Trunk
North Nicomen 	
Stave Lake 	
Sterling  	
Sylvester  ...  	
Abbotsford-Mission
Dewdney Trunk 	
Dewdney Trunk 	
Harrison Hot Springs ..
Harrison Hot Springs ..
loco-Port Moody 	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed	
Lougheed  	
Lougheed 	
Lougheed 	
Clarke   	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
$65,291.26      $411,176.63
3,174.64
268.94
1,650.17
$1,647.89
125.12
$170.99
187.27
280.60
151.90
1,455.61
609.01
179.30
163.29
599.57
838.08
972.43
1,102.25
197.02
476.80
553.74
250.12
686.90
193.40
1,238.78
495.69
177.71
1,178.92
242.95
423.66
712.78
154.86
2,945.31
1,703.13
241.44
4,844.18
229.03
1,100.34
324.88
2,342.82
Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Village of Harrison Hot Springs (paving)
Coquitlam River at Red Bridge	
$5,000.00
183.33
Total, Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
70,385.01
1,773.01
27,424.76
5,183.33
Total expenditure, Dewdney District        $515,942.74
Summary of Expenditures, Dewdney District
District expenditures as detailed above   $515,942.74
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 191)        45,523.34
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 198)     167,700.12
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 205)       95,812.09
Grand total, Dewdney District  $824,978.29 P 122 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949,"
Sec. 6(e): Culverts, etc.
Mild Creek Bridge replacement (Project No. 275)       $4,223.65
Vogel Creek Bridge replacement (Project No. 275)         7,410.74
Fish Camp Creek Bridge replacement (Project No. 275)       11,768.29
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (e): Culverts, etc         $23,402.68
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Sooke Road revision (Project No. Ill)     $24,000.00
Craigflower Road revision (Project No. 264)       29,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  53,000.00
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Mill Bay revision (Project No. 140)  $437.98
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads 437.98
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (_.): Trans-Canada Bridges
Wilkinson Bridge (Project No. 58)  $139.49
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):  Trans-Canada Bridges 139.49
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945,"
Sec. 2 (a): Roads
Extension of Jacklin Road                               $4,494.51
Reg.
6
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1945," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Mo.
Admirals           $415.47
4,494.51
1
Albert Head                                  4,934.32
659
Aral                                      220.74
3
Atkins                                          ...                                        357.67
7
Bamberton          1,080.78
15
Belmont           2,744.78
909
Blythwood                                                    201.56
369
Brock                                         584.62
207.
Butler                                                                                             406.87
417
Butterfield                                                  453.10
96
Cameron-Taggert            460.04
98
Chapman                      ..               230.33
99
Cherry Point                             364.19
Clo-oose roads                                                                198.23
34
Colman                                                                           161.07
88
Cowichan Bay                           197.67
35.
Craigflower                                                1,703.37
385
Croydon                                                                                                              291.95
39.
Deloume                               633.87
49
Duke               .   .                      336.44
47
East Sooke                                                   3,046.47
50.
51.
Finlayson Arm           643.08
Fisher                                1,124.33
175.
66
Gillespie                                                     1,275.87
364
Glenairlie Drive                                                      409.04
57.
Glen Lake                                          917.41
56
Glintz Lake                                  281.35
Carried forward     $24,061.93
$81,474.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 123
Reg. No.
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Con../..W
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward	
61.
58.
429.
69.
71.
139.
188.
27.
76.
77.
80J
100.
193.
324.
67.
87.
90.
98.
97.
358.
99.
185.
376.
137.
101.
115.
79.
122.
126.
319.
130.
68.
132.
371.
150
141
142.
147.
117.
148.
149.
329.
366.
152.
155.
157.
198.
282.
192.
190.
162.
163.
165.
16.
197.
Goldstream Cross-road
Grant 	
Hallowell	
Happy Valley —
Harbour View ..
Hepworth 	
Hillbank 	
Hutchinson  	
Island Highway
Island Road 	
Jones	
Kangaroo
Kelly
Kildew 	
Kilmalu 	
Lagoon 	
Latoria 	
Luxton 	
Maple Avenue
Meaford 	
Metchosin 	
Mile End	
Mill Bay 	
Millburn 	
Millstream 	
Nightingale 	
Otter Point ______
Peatt 	
Phillips 	
Port Renfrew roads..
Prince Robert Drive..
Quarantine 	
Renfrew  	
Rocky Point	
Rudyard
150.    Shawnigan Lake
Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-road..
Silver Mine	
Sooke 	
Sooke Lake 	
Sooke River 	
Station 	
Stormont 	
Suzanne Place
Sylvester 	
Telegraph
Thetis Lake	
View Royal Avenue..
Wale 	
West Coast	
West Shawnigan Lake.
Whiffen Spit	
Whisky Point	
Wilkinson 	
Wishart	
Witty Beach	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Gravel-pit purchase 	
Supervision	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools..
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets..
Carried forward	
.(Credit)
Roads,
$24,061.93   $81,474.66
722.83
267.20
2,575.65
375.11
195.97
726.49
545.34
372.60
22,517.33
509.64
252.33
979.41
167.48
153.18
595.16
527.54
825.21
294.17
305.63
172.71
5,700.50
206.35
738.14
198.46
1,946.62
311.88
2,036.26
203.30
648.30
2,295.28
195.86
2,345.41
8,267.29
848.01
1,007.34
12,137.87
789.08
355.81
17,687.29
1,576.62
1,158.57
2,376.24
1,883.43
919.29
289.38
680.98
1,030.15
211.34
219.61
8,154.56
1,779.22
305.53
427.00
231.60
189.96
1,371.10
6,329.83
1,000.00
2,289.37
12,351.86
7,735.92
4.230.89
163,342.63
$244,817.29 P  124 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1951-52
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward       $244,817.29
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Reg. No.
3.    Aikman   $307.96
101. Baird Creek  3,449.09
5.    Bilston Creek  1,851.14
61.    Black Creek           _ 1 602 14
307.    Burnt   4,057.56
65.    Corry     857.08
19.    Craigflower   364.34
285.    Davidson   320.68
24. Dickson   156.80
150.    Findlay   173.39
29.    Finlayson  _   222.33
258.    Gregory   172.78
250.    Harris Cove   454.18
102. Indian   738.56
51.    Jacob Creek   685.38
89.    McKenzie Creek  386.49
73.    Marks   638.21
173.    Nagle   2,334.97
104.    Parkinson   345.65
85.    Phillips   204.01
153.    Reid   192.98
25. Rowntree    156.80
146. Scott   184.92
114.    Skookum Gulch   1,915.41
305.    Station   159.31
268.    Turner   320.95
55.    Twin Creeks   1,705.67
60.    Vogel Creek   608.73
298.    Wild Deer Creek.  218.78
160.    Woodruff   192.68
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,721.03
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance  26,700.00
Vote 255—Snow-removal
69.    Happy Valley  $345.60
76.    Island Highway   16,148.20
100. Kangaroo   204.95
99.    Metchosin   700.12
376.    Mill Bay   256.67
101. Millstream    153.41
79.    Otter Point  170.00
Port Renfrew roads  1,977.00
68.    Renfrew   1,513.83
150.    Shawnigan Lake   1,345.76
141.    Shawnigan-Mill Bay Cross-road  367.77
147. Sooke    3,276.22
117.    Sooke Lake  456.20
155.    Telegraph   264.13
192.    West Coast  399.81
190.    West Shawnigan Lake  317.65
Sundry roads (units under $150)  2,742.90
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  30,640.22
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District       $302,157.51
Summary of Expenditures, Esquimalt District
District expenditures as detailed above  $302,157.51
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 191)         3,268.42
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
190,812.63
  $496,238.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  125
FERNIE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, reconstruction in vicinity of
Swinton Bridge (Project No. 286)      $17,453.24
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
$17,453.24
Vote 254-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
46.
78.
3.
10.
4.
13.
128.
9.
84.
93.
34.
17.
51.
40.
1.
2.
41.
Bull River (north)
Eimer _„. ...   	
Elko-Roosville	
Elko-Waldo ..
Elk Valley
Fernie-Coal Creek	
Fernie-Elko 	
Jaffray-Baynes Lake 	
Jaffray Station Road	
Kootenay-Columbia 	
Lewis Creek 	
Mansfield   _ 	
McBaines Lake	
Sand Creek	
Sheep Creek	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Sparwood streets
Wardner-Gateway	
Wolf Creek 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage Account ...
Plant and tools
Replace Hartley Creek Bridge No. 93 with culvert and fill 	
River-channel work at Hosmer Bridge and East Fernie Bridge	
Plant Repair and Rental Account  (Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Roads,
$2,520.41
390.07
3,911.80
2,837.86
5,262.84
417.21
486.38
169.20
657.46
9,251.42
751.03
627.42
277.18
2,058.74
267.17
75,807.04
718.28
2,902.42
267.46
953.97
6,832.80
8,683.61
3,362.61
11,172.24
1,132.05
139,454.57
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
99.
132.
49.
33.
64.
134.
143.
8.
4.
85.
63.
70.
111.
17.
7.
47.
133.
Alexander Creek
Betania 	
Brewery 	
Bull River 	
Coal Creek	
Cummings 	
Dally	
Elkmouth 	
Fernie (west) _____
Flathead 	
French Camp	
Little Sand Creek
Lizard Creek	
Newgate Slough —
Phillips 	
Pleticha's     	
Sheep Creek ...
Stewart
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
$224.15
669.20
210.64
1,584.32
346.15
1,483.49
297.09
300.51
342.34
639.29
210.62
160.26
240.07
1,589.30
2,481.90
163.03
196.33
692.79
834.52
12,666.00
Vote 255—Snow-removal
46. Bull River (north) 	
37. Douglas Farm Settlement
78. Eimer 	
3. Elko-Roosville	
$462.57
180.00
152.28
760.59
Carried forward       $1,555.44      $169,573.81 P 126 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $1,555.44      $169,573.81
Reg. No.
10.    Elko-Waldo   1,225.96
4.    Elk Valley  1,826.90
Fernie Annex streets  383.27
13.   Fernie-Coal Creek  1,297.16
128.    Fernie-Elko   1,279.83
Hosmer side-roads  470.35
84.    Jaffray Station Road  181.77
93.    Kootenay-Columbia  1,575.96
34.    Lewis Creek    192.44
17.    Mansfield  631.04
51.    McBaines Lake   223.60
8.    Sand Creek  374.92
40. Sheep Creek  308.29
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  19,578.50
2. Wardner-Gateway  1,039.17
West Fernie streets  352.58
41. Wolf Creek  274.63
Sundry roads (units under $150)   371.43
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  33,143.24
Total expenditure, Fernie District       $202,717.05
Summary of Expenditures, Fernie District
District expenditures as detailed above  $202,717.05
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report         Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 198)     114,194.61
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 206)       91,209.31
Grand total, Fernie District $408,120.97
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Garvin Canyon Bridge replacement (Project No. 118)  $986.71
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Swede-Squirrel Creek (Project No. 169)  11,817.56
Prince George-Hutton (Project No. 210)  15,131.41
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Bednesti Hill (Project No. 243) 7,401.64
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, McBride-Red Pass (Project
No. 244)   15,000.00
Tete Jaune-Albreda (Project No. 245)  10,000.00
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads         $60,337.32
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946,"
Sec. 2 (a): Bridges
Nechako River Bridge         $823.14
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Bridges              823.14
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Access to East Half of Lot 1550, Pineview District  $972.28
Beal Road to clay deposit  197.87
119.    Bend (east)   150.02
142.   Bendixon   430.47
511.    Blackwater (McBride)   6,155.51
60.    Buckhorn  797.43
Carried forward         $8,703.58        $61,160.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 127
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Reg. No.
25.
24.
217.
84.
147.
14.
17.
145.
214.
30.
23.
218.
43.
22.
140.
47.
109.
50.
51.
124.
58.
3.
9.
27.
216.
49.
135.
104.
190.
188.
26.
165.
219.
75.
74.
15.
42.
Brought forward..
Cariboo 	
Chief 'Lake	
Cranbrook 	
Croydon-Dunster
Cumming
Dome Creek-Kidd 	
Dunster-Raush Valley
Farr (east) 	
Ferguson Lake	
Foreman	
Fort George-Blackwater
Hart Highway 	
Hoffercamp
Isle Pierre (north).
Johnson 	
Longworth (south)
Loos	
McBride-Cariboo
McBride (east) ___
Miworth (west) ...
Ness Lake
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Okanagan-North Thompson	
Patterson 	
Perry
Prince George Regulated Area__
Reid Lake 	
Shelley (east) 	
Shelley (south)  	
Sintich 	
Snowshoe-Crescent Spur
Summit Lake (old)	
Tabor Creek	
Titryn Lane
West Lake-Fraser River..
Willow River	
Wright Creek	
Young
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools	
Garage Account
Plant Repair and Rental Account.
(Credit)
$8,703.58        $61,160.46
16,621.06
11,781.49
235.86
824.52
188.58
332.97
254.32
314.11
271.00
233.71
397.25
727.18
568.30
326.33
298.66
181.92
450.00
1,187.57
176.15
215.76
1,299.92
71,996.77
4,478.69
227.76
195.31
1,918.72
6,729.18
1,449.05
2,579.51
398.58
882.00
303.62
280.58
715.40
452.94
480.11
572.16
488.72
1,465.52
15,443.50
8,613.79
5,054.39
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets .
160,207.76
Vote 254—John Hart Highway
218.    John Hart Highway     $52,437.60
Total, Vote 254—-John Hart Highway..
52,437.60
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
21.
84.
25.
88.
9.
31.
93.
62.
47.
103.
149.
Cumming
Dodd -_...
Dome Creek
Dore 	
Fraser River (Cariboo) .... 	
Fraser River (Dunster Station)	
Fraser River (McBride-Fraser River)
Fraser River (Kamloops-Tete Jaune) _
Howieson 	
Josephine 	
McLean 	
$2,034.00
164.28
197.18
1,019.45
262.52
950.00
3,547.33
802.55
915.87
868.29
598.39
Carried forward     $11,359.86      $273,805.82 P  128
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward     $11,359.86
Reg. No.
144.    Nechako 	
Salmon River
Sand Creek _
Wright Creek
Willow River
Zakula
147.
63.
169.
107.
140.
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance.
Vote 254—Ferries
12.    Croydon 	
4.    Hansard  	
9.    Isle de Pierre
7,000.00
2,063.27
441.10
4,789.53
1,965.32
500.00
854.28
$1,718.91
9,968.59
3,220.17
$273,805.82
28,973.36
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
14,907.67
142.
511.
60.
25.
24.
217.
84.
145.
30.
23.
116.
218.
39.
22.
140.
50.
51.
168.
124.
54.
90.
58.
3.
9.
27.
216.
49.
135.
104.
190.
26.
15.
42.
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Bendixon 	
Blackwater (McBride)
Buckhorn 	
Cariboo 	
Chief Lake 	
Cranbrook  	
Croydon-Dunster 	
Farr (east) 	
Foreman	
Fort George-Blackwater
Hammond  	
John Hart Highway	
Henderson  	
Isle Pierre (north) 	
Johnson  	
McBride-Cariboo   	
McBride (east) 	
McCIarty  ...
Miworth (west)
Mud River Valley (south)
Murch Lake	
Ness Lake  	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Okanagan-North Thompson	
Patterson ..
Perry
Prince George Regulated Area
Reid Lake 	
Shelley (east) 	
Shelley (south) 	
Sintich 	
Summit Lake (old) 	
Wright Creek ...
Young
Sundry roads (units under $150)
$801.99
232.72
1,088.40
10,219.44
6,972.46
643.29
330.84
171.64
319.55
192.00
290.28
23,926.39
195.83
560.31
1,088.34
940.10
1,009.64
153.00
594.77
712.49
306.00
2,914.00
28,461.02
225.47
162.12
628.00
827.92
3,541.17
553.53
404.47
218.96
540.32
312.00
158.40
1,950.60
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
91,647.46
Total expenditure, Fort George District        $409,334.31
Summary of Expenditures, Fort George District
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report.
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 199)
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report	
Grand total, Fort George District
$409,334.31
Nil
1,525,597.65
Nil
$1,934,931.96 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  129
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, gravelling and reconstruction,
east of Christina Lake (D.L.) (Project No. 279)     $24,999.60
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads ...
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
82.
1.
4.
5.
7.
9.
86.
13.
B17.
14.
16.
17.
80.
98.
18.
26.
27.
30.
31.
32.
33.
36.
37.
41.
42.
43.
44.
46.
47.
50.
96.
100.
52.
54.
48.
56.
83.
63.
65.
64.
66.
69.
70.
72.
73.
75.
Almond  Gardens  .
Anaconda  	
Beaver Creek 	
Beaverdell Station
Boundary Creek
Camp McKinney-Rock Creek
Cascade High Road ..
Cascade-Laurier
Cascade-Osoyoos (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)
Cascade-Paulson   	
Christina Lake (east) 	
Christina Lake (west)  	
City of Paris 	
Cranberry Creek 	
Deadwood    .	
Grand Forks-Carson (north) 	
Grand Forks-Carson (south) 	
Grand Forks-Franklin 	
Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain 	
Grand Forks-Lynch Creek 	
Greenwood-Phoenix    	
Ingram Mountain roads 	
Italy Creek 	
Kerr Creek  	
Kettle River (east) 	
Kettle River (main) 	
Kettle River (west)  	
Long Lake-Jewel 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 Mountain roads 	
Sutherland Creek 	
Valley roads (south)  _.
Valley roads (west)
Wallace Mountain roads 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage account 	
Plant and Tools Account 	
Outside Parties Account ...
Fire-fighting Account
Plant Repair and Rental Account
.(Credit)
Roads,
$212.38
403.73
335.89
173.08
1,053.98
532.99
170.74
525.18
53,631.56
1,007.71
907.42
240.78
805.44
144.78
134.55
213.30
381.00
4,918.54
255.04
4,607.45
531.50
630.61
336.36
282.94
215.90
14,134.35
8,358.20
333.89
1,891.08
762.96
1,065.06
451.60
359.08
211.09
1,323.16
518.59
1,754.48
1,132.64
603.57
491.95
343.95
632.12
1,178.84
5,369.53
1,516.33
2,666.05
860.09
8,210.64
9,520.15
424.77
4,355.28
377.55
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
134.    Beaver
125.    Blythe
$343.40
659.28
$24,999.60
140,744.75
Carried forward..
$1,002.68      $165,744.35 P 130 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Brought forward    $1,002.68      $165,744.35
Reg. No.
36. Boundary Smelter  203.47
5.    Bubar    324.76
119.    Canyon     159.16
26.    Caron   616.33
79. Carson    326.71
48.    Cascade (lower)   2,201.17
46.    Cascade (upper)    250.06
80. Copper   166.66
105.    C.P.R. depot   328.43
104.    C.P.R. sheds —  420.12
81. First Street   305.47
88. Granby   5,878.30
85.    Humming Bird   1,546.49
160.    Kettle River   2,065.49
89. Lynch Creek Sawmill   154.21
140.    Midway   405.11
113.    Mulligan   705.46
184.    Pohoda   229.11
176.    Riverside Seed Farms     375.82
50.    Schulli   712.24
57.    Sutherland    229.71
95.    Thirty Mile  1,717.12
37. Williamson (lower)   177.19
38. Williamson (upper)  333.42
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,367.20
Total, Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance  22,201.89
Vote 255—Snow-removal
82. Almond Gardens  $247.72
4.    Beaver Creek  453.21
7. Boundary Creek  273.41
8. Bridesville-Molson    315.62
9. Camp McKinney-Rock Creek —  255.39
11.    Carmi-McCulloch   427.61
13.    Cascade-Laurier   _—  486.06
B17.   Cascade-Osoyoos (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)  26,480.44
16. Christina Lake (east)   251.27
17. Christina Lake (west)   267.77
98.    Cranberry Creek   216.72
18. Deadwood  164.20
26.    Grand Forks-Carson (north)   386.74
28.    Grand Forks-Cascade (south)   357.42
30. Grand Forks-Franklin   2,731.43
31. Grand Forks-Hardy Mountain  358.32
32. Grand Forks-Lynch Creek  440.60
33. Greenwood-Phoenix  741.71
41. Kerr Creek  333.10
42. Kettle River (east)  588.65
43. Kettle River (main)   2,332.23
44. Kettle River (west)   5,688.67
46. Long Lake-Jewel Mine  412.23
47. Lynn   422.83
50.    Meyers Creek   661.41
53.    Moody Creek-Cascade  2.  205.34
48. McCarren Creek  775.55
56.    Nicholson Creek  1,247.30
83. Norwegian Creek  257.91
63. Rock Creek-Myncaster   686.17
65. Rock Mountain-Bridesville   444.98
64. Rock Mountain-Myncaster  1,024.35
66. Rock Mountain roads   878.74
68. Sidley-Camp McKinney  322.19
69. Sidley Mountain roads  429.05
Carried forward     $51,566.34      $187,946.24 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  	
P  131
Reg. No.
70.    Sutherland Creek ...
72. Valley roads (south) 	
73. Valley roads (west) 	
75.    Wallace Mountain roads 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
$51,566.34
$187,946.24
917.39
951.81
265.54
1,117.71
1,217.00
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
56,035.79
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District       $243,982.03
Summary of Expenditures, Grand Forks-Greenwood District
District expenditures as detailed above  $243,982.03
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 192)  357.38
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 199)... 1,243,542.03
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 206)  49,807.63
Grand total, Grand Forks-Greenwood District  $1,537,689.07
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
149,    Little Fort-Bridge Lake Road (Project No. 29)
$1,185.31
71.    Kamloops-Heffley Creek Road (Project No. 121)        10,846.30
65.    Brocklehurst Road (Project No. 246)          8,871.72
71.    North Thompson Highway-Blue River, Albreda section  (Project
No. 247)        11,706.62
67.    Kamloops-Merritt Road, McConnell's Lane section (Project No.
268) 	
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads	
21,542.74
$54,152.69
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
80.    Mad River Bridge (Project No. 100)
$51,329.89
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a) :   Bridges _
51,329.89
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Columbia Street to Battle Street (Project
No. 280)                                                                                               $11,563.92
9
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-Canada Roads
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:   Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Agate Bay                                                       $1,457.18
11,563.92
4
Ashcroft streets                                       4,490.55
160
Barnhart Vale                                                         2,701.65
10
Barriere River                                                   1,627.21
94
B.C. Fruitlands             689.53
13
Bestwick                      ....                                 437.77
•
15
Birch Island-Lost Creek                                                     448.85
19
Boulder Mountain                           525.83
91
Brigade Lake and branches    .                                              1,286.13
65
Brocklehurst                                                                                     1,906.29
93
Butte Ranch                                                                 657.08
Carried forward      $16,228.07
$117,046.50 P 132 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $16,228.07      $117,046.50
Reg. No.
24. Campbell Creek  536.25
25. Campbell Range   1,259.62
27.    Canim-Mahood Lake  384.00
32.    Clearwater  947.88
42.    Deadman-Vidette   2,463.95
45. Dunn Lake  5,473.50
46. Edith Lake   296.81
54.    Heffley-Louis Creek  2,681.71
57.    Highland Valley  435.82
59.    Hudson Bay Meadow  1,557.86
67. Kamloops-Merritt   11,772.78
72.    Knouff Lake  402.29
74.    Lac la Jeune  2,982.55
76.   Lemieux   495.42
80.    Mammette Lake  681.27
71.    North Thompson  50,214.38
97.    Paul Lake  2,435.48
99.    Pinantan-Pritchard   1,418.41
101.    Powers Addition  173.41
107.    Robbins Range  2,018.23
109.    Rose Hill  1,429.06
68. Shuswap   4,156.41
116. Sullivan Valley   265.88
117. Tranquille-Criss Creek   498.42
69. Tranquille  3,396.72
1.    Trans-Canada Highway   36,374.69
158.    Valleyview  535.99
121.    Vinsulla-Knouff Lake  167.14
123.    Westsyde   3,854.69
121r. Trans-Canada Arterial  523.20
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,074.52
Garage account  6,265.06
Plant and tools  18,186.75
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 7,070.21
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         174,518.01
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
14.    Barriere River   $616.98
16.    Barriere (north)   210.00
27. Boulder Creek No. 1   1,466.42
28. Boulder Creek No. 2   1,466.42
73. C.N.R. Overcrossing   1,656.43
74. C.P.R. Overhead   1,624.85
75. Darlington Creek   1,817.17
77.    Deadman Creek No. 1   1,540.42
79. Deadman Creek No. 3   1,579.32
80. Deadman Creek No. 4  361.41
86.    Dunn Creek   4,771.65
100,    Fish Trap   885.74
121. Kamloops  (east)    1,184.90
122. Kamloops (west)   747.67
127. Last Chance   500.09
128. Leighton     154.04
129. Lemieux Creek No. 1   12,681.73
130. Lemieux Creek No. 2  7,542.57
131. Lemieux Creek No. 3  826.06
213.    Lempriere-Gosnell     3,034.28
135.    Lindquist     1,163.24
150.    McMurphy Suspension   720.43
152.    Meadow Creek  426.65
166. Raft River     2,058.53
167. Rattlesnake    435.79
Carried forward ,       $49,472.79      $291,564.51 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  133
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
.....    $49,472.79
$291,564.51
Reg. No.
189      Sapp                                                                             	
239.95
197.
Thuya                      ~    ..    .. ...   ...   - -   ... -
2,168.9^
199.
Tranquille Creek No. 2	
2,890.65
930.13
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Vote 254—Ferries
Black Pool                                                 	
55,702.44
33.
$2,522.70
35
Ducks                ...             	
2,258.72
36
McLure                  .        ...        _ 	
2,588.14
37.
2,810.94
Total, Vote 254—Ferries                       _ ._ _   _
10,180.50
9
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Agate Bay   ... ...   ... ..                 	
$1,548.04
8
Barnes Lake           ,          .                             ..
224.38
160.
Barnhart Vale                                                .. 	
1,225.93
10.
Barriere River                                                ..
1,280.00
94
B.C. Fruitlands          	
189.44
13
Bestwick          .       . .           	
389.72
15
Birch Island—Lost Creek                                 .
320.18
17.
Blue River streets                                            ._
2,679.51
19.
91
Boulder Mountain 	
Brigade Lake and branches                 .         	
383.95
2,331.65
65
Brocklehurst         _. .               _   	
644.36
172.67
94
Campbell Creek                                                	
25.
96
Campbell Range 	
Candle  Creek            ...              .. . 	
419.04
324.89
39
Clearwater              ..                                    ... ..         	
713.99
33
Cold Creek                                                   	
340.21
34.
North Barriere River                                          	
260.00
219.79
49
Deadman-Vidette    	
45
Dunn Lake ..    .                                            ..
1,168.73
46
Edith Lake        .                                          ..     	
1,456.07
50
Goose Lake                                                  .   	
696.39
54
Heffley—Louis Creek                                    	
2,093.08
59
Hudson Bay Meadow                                  .  ..   .
434.38
63
Jackson      _   _.             .....
696.77
67
Kamloops—Merritt .        _ .  _. . ..                _ ._
4,745.98
70
Kamloops—Vernon                        . ..        _
694.11
79
Knouff Lake                                        ..
872.09
74
Lac la Jeune     ____   ____ 	
1,403.11
320.88
76
Lemieux       .
149
Little Fort-Bridge Lake       _       	
585.00
71
North Thompson    _   	
18,614.11
409.83
96
Palmer-Forsythe   .... .             ...     .
97
Paul Lake  ..         .
737.91
99
Pinantan-Pritchard 	
1,094.20
101
Powers Addition   .       ...   . ..
169.36
107
Robbins Range 	
1,896.87
109
Rose Hill     _.          	
2,052.10
68
Shuswap 	
850.35
116
Sullivan Valley 	
414.85
1,409.84
69
Tranquille             .       .
117
Tranquille-Criss Creek 	
276.50
1
Trans-Canada Highway            	
8,240 07
158
Valleyview   _.
440.28
173
Westsyde 	
1,368.56
308.77
109r
Kamloops-Tranquille Arterial 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)              	
712 27
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal 	
67,830.21
Total expenditure, Kamloops District 	
$425,277.66 P 134 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Kamloops District
District expenditures as detailed above   $425,277.66
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 192)  3,730.64
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 199)  669,082.19
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 206)  186,290.23
Grand total, Kamloops District  $1,284,380.72
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
246. Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, gravelling, Slocan Park to Apple-
dale (Project No. 170)  ,       $5,723.11
246.    Slocan-Arrow  Lakes  Highway,   gravelling   (D.L.)   (Project  No.
239)          10,645.80
165.    Kaslo-New Denver Road, road from New Denver to Three Forks
(Project No. 285)        62,209.30
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
$78,578.21
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):  Ferries
1.    Arrow Park Ferry Landings (Project No. 225).
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Ferries
$15,965.48
15,965.48
Vote 254
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
14.
15.
48.
82.
91.
92.
95.
99.
114.
134.
140.
141.
142.
143.
151.
165.
165.
166.
167.
168.
179.
183.
185.
196.
201.
202.
204.
221.
231.
237.
244.
246.
246.
246.
246.
Arrow Park-Belleview 	
Arrow Park-West Demars
Crescent Bay 	
Enterprise Mill 	
Fauquier  (south)   	
Fauquier (upper)  	
Ferret   	
Four Mile	
Galena Bay  (south)_
Harrison   	
Houston 	
Howser-Argenta  	
Howser Lake (east)..
Howser Station 	
Inonoaklin Valley ____
Kaslo-New Denver _
Kaslo-New Denver, widening Three Forks-Zincton
Kaslo Addition street 	
Kaslo Creek (South Fork)	
Kaslo (north)  	
Little Slocan 	
Lardeau-Gerrard   	
Meadow Creek 	
Mirror Lake Back Road	
Nakusp streets 	
Needles  (north)   	
Nelson-Kaslo 	
Passmore (upper) 	
Red Mountain 	
Robinson   	
Shakespeare Avenue
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway	
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Dog Creek fill 	
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Nakusp-Edgewood improvements
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Perry's washout	
Roads,
$2,588.77
1,150.06
571.03
2,292.74
402.01
210.82
796.02
629.49
785.39
166.68
582.94
818.29
372.63
786.35
1,903.99
11,130.16
9,934.04
175.74
2,090.79
2,769.94
477.75
6,483.98
234.40
972.42
3,864.64
1,002.08
13,608.73
334.62
951.29
692.95
211.81
66,447.02
8,995.13
4,939.13
3,996.40
Carried forward  $153,370.23
$94,543.69 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  135
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
256.    Slocan City (west) 	
Slocan River 	
Upper Brouse 	
Whatshan Settlement 	
Wilson Lake	
113r. Kaslo Arterial 	
11 3r. Kaslo Arterial, curbs and gutters
90r. Silverton Arterial, paving	
Slocan City Arterial, paving	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
258.
273.
282.
287.
87r.
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account 	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
$153,370.23
249.97
1,467.86
181.39
342.16
333.40
377.83
3,358.57
3,287.49
1,565.35
1,868.86
746.48
5,947.67
5,591.44
$94,543.69
177,195.74
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
282.
151.
330.
182.
81.
211.
163.
178.
168.
179.
308.
210.
197.
153.
105.
36.
191.
298.
212.
204.
301.
306.
136.
288.
355.
305.
147.
Boulder Creek ...
Briggs 	
Colegrave 	
Caribou 	
Cemetery  	
Coffee Creek ...
Cooper Creek ...
Canyon Creek ...
Gold Hill 	
Gerrard 	
Hart 	
Krao 	
Kuskanax 	
Lake Creek 	
Logging 	
Mosquito Creek
McCormack 	
New Denver 	
Perry's   	
Salmon 	
Seven Mile 	
Stoney Creek   ...
Three Forks 	
Tunnel   	
Traves 	
Walker  	
Zwicky "A"
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$3,349.99
1,268.34
1,920.18
2,500.00
954.44
940.32
421.68
612.09
1,146.74
2,723.74
296.29
1,989.95
1,223.60
490.49
214.17
4,920.98
914.43
847.41
794.38
530.12
378.69
818.33
885.15
1,416.62
2,990.67
409.45
277.40
723.25
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
35,958.90
Vote 254—Ferries
Arrow Park (east and west).
Needles-Fauquier  	
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
$13,709.40
13,376.99
27,086.39
Vote 255—Snow-removal
2. Ainsworth (south)   	
14. Arrow Park-Belleview 	
15. Arrow Park-West Demars
27. Beninger  	
33. Brouse   	
34. Burton streets 	
48. Crescent Bay 	
Carried forward..
$525.00
1,700.72
1,614.38
235.45
353.20
235.96
408.16
$5,072.87      $334,784.72 P 136 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $5,072.87      $334,784.72
Reg. No.
95.    Ferret   332.11
99.    Four Mile   218.05
82.    Enterprise Mill  2,253.25
114.    Galena Bay (south)   773.68
120.    Glenbank   175.15
141.    Howser-Argenta   799.73
151.    Inonoaklin Valley   1,277.75
165.    Kaslo-New Denver   17,829.19
167. Kaslo Creek (South Fork)  4,313.49
168. Kaslo (north)    2,369.17
179.    Little Slocan   1,191.02
183.    Lardeau-Gerrard     9,218.68
186.    McCormack     163.92
201.    Nakusp streets   4,139.71
204.    Nelson-Kaslo     8,327.17
220. Passmore (lower)   291.35
221. Passmore (upper)   375.10
231.    Red Mountain   688.00
237.    Robinson   316.85
241.    Sandon-Three Forks   1,077.37
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway   32,797.21
256.    Slocan City (west)  589.28
258.    Slocan River   3,046.62
Sundry roads (units under $150)  1,662.49
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  99,299.21
Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
City of Kaslo, installation of curbs and gutters        $3,400.00
Total, Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits  3,400.00
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District        $437,483.93
Summary of Expenditures, Kaslo-Slocan District
District expenditures as detailed above   $437,483.93
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 192)  6,626.54
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report   Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report   Nil
Grand total, Kaslo-Slocan District   $444,110.47
LILLOOET DISTRICT
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a): Roads
194.    Construction of Mile 0, Squamish-Britannia Beach Road (Project
No. 296)  --       $ 1,357.56
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads  $1,357.56
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
40.    Sundry roads, Bridge River District (Project No. 171)     $24,027.53
12a. Lytton-Lillooet Road, reconstruction (Project No. 248) _—__..      18,716.11
194.    Squamish-Britannia Beach Road (Project No. 76)  233.46
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads  42,977.10
Carried forward.          $44,334.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
.   Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Reg. No.
396.    Britannia Creek Bridge (Project No. 53)   $604.77
236.    Lillooet Station Bridge (Project No. 94)       47,111.06
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges	
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Roads
194.    Work at Mile 0 on Squamish-Britannia Road       $6,417.32
P  137
$44,334.66
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
47,715.83
6,417.32
21.
18.
26.
29.
31.
32.
36.
37.
40.
10.
50.
60.
51.
52.
53.
56.
437.
79.
81.
435.
89.
90.
101.
103.
119.
126.
12b.
134.
116r.
132.
133.
12a.
142.
145.
147.
162.
163.
173.
170.
171.
172.
186.
198.
194.
195J.
196.
1.
202.
221.
Vote 254
Alta Lake	
Ashcroft-Cache Creek
Back Valley 	
Big Bar
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Big Bar-Grinder-Kostering
Big Bar Lake 	
Bonaparte Valley	
Botanie Creek	
Bridge River	
Cariboo 	
Cayoosh Creek	
Chasm Sawmill 	
Cleveland 	
Clinton Station 	
Clinton streets 	
Cornwall 	
Diamond Head 	
57-Mile-Williams Lake .
Fountain Valley 	
Garibaldi 	
Green Lake	
Gun Lake	
Hat Creek ...
High Bar
Jones—Dickey 	
Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek
Lillooet-Clinton 	
Lillooet Lake 	
Lillooet Main Street and Main Street south.
Lillooet Rancherie .	
Lillooet-Seton Lake 	
Lytton-Lillooet  	
Magee	
Marble Canyon 	
Mound  	
North Bonaparte 	
North Fork 	
Pavilion Ferry
Pemberton Avenue ...
Pemberton Meadows
Pemberton Portage _
Scottie Creek ...
Sharpe Lake
Squamish-Britannia  ...	
Squamish-Cleveland Avenue
Squamish Valley 	
Trans-Canada Highway	
Tyaughton Lake —	
Watch Lake-Lone Butte	
Roads,
$236.60
449.10
247.43
698.37
182.00
823.37
2,675.85
1,376.61
21,911.40
8,606.92
430.27
945.65
5,576.48
199.05
239.38
250.32
475.82
6,251.56
1,180.29
945.75
2,897.42
804.40
2,764.79
773.00
12,045.95
820.27
8,303.33
263.33
2,341.34
185.11
4,142.83
8,891.88
169.12
4,456.70
1,884.09
3,570.97
851.83
699.71
349.92
6,390.83
5,686.74
310.38
970.01
8,644.59
3,112.87
9,478.72
11,192.50
306.12
205.68
Carried forward..
$156,216.65        $98,467.81 P  138
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
LILLOOET DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
229.    Yalakom
Brought forward..
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage Account 	
Outside Parties Account	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets .
$156,216.65        $98,467.81
2,236.50
1,976.95
9,674.59
139.49
5,050.34
2,867.24
178,161.76
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
108.
87.
409.
234.
154.
556.
236.
88.
89.
28.
301.
314.
338.
378.
444.
321.
398.
117.
399.
386.
417.
Alexander ...
Baker  	
Cheakamus _
Craig Lodge
Gorge 	
Leon 	
Lillooet Station __
Loon Creek No. 1 .
Loon Creek No. 2.
Lytton  	
Mamquam  	
Miller Creek 	
Poole 	
Portage No. 1 	
Roaring Creek 	
Ryan   	
Shannon 	
South Fork	
Stawamus 	
Stein 	
Washout (Mamquam) 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
$364.53
6,351.84
10,610.93
224.93
213.85
157.99
1,256.92
269.70
266.98
255.41
849.56
2,614.14
180.72
574.89
273.08
754.55
706.26
2,342.50
4,978.16
233.66
1,884.80
1,280.80
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance .
36,646.20
46.
48.
49.
45.
Vote 254—Ferries
Big Bar ...
High Bar
Lytton 	
Pavilion _
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
$2,082.31
2,492.58
3,826.31
3,016.65
11,417.85
Vote 255—Snow-removal
29.
32.
36.
37.
38.
40.
10.
51.
79.
81.
89.
90.
101.
119.
126.
12b.
12a.
145.
Big Bar 	
Big Bar Lake 	
Bonaparte Valley .
Botanie Creek	
Boule 	
Bridge River 	
Cariboo Highway
Cleveland 	
57-Mile-Williams Lake
Fountain Valley 	
Green Lake	
Gun Lake	
Hat Creek 	
Jones-Dickey
Kelly Lake-Canoe Creek
Lillooet-Clinton 	
Lytton-Lillooet 	
Marble Canyon 	
$555.70
589.43
661.51
243.70
305.50
12,448.54
5,699.86
421.11
1,063.63
1,028.59
1,288.52
313.06
848.83
503.70
2,297.54
839.78
1,083.40
933.30
Carried forward..
$31,125.70  $324,693.62 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  139
LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Reg. No.
162.
163.
165.
171.
172.
186.
194.
196.
1.
202.
224.
Brought forward.
North Bonaparte 	
North Fork 	
Olympic Mine 	
Pemberton Meadows
Pemberton Portage „.
Scottie Creek 	
Squamish-Britannia __
Squamish Valley
Trans-Canada Highway	
Tyaughton Lake 	
Watch Lake-Little Green. Lake ._
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
Total expenditure, Lillooet District
$31,125.70      $324,693.62
2,273.85
334.74
181.80
1,275.84
838.61
157.80
1,018.34
1,143.42
2,658.18
339.84
175.79
1,318.74
Summary of Expenditures, Lillooet District
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 192)	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 200)
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 207)	
42,842.65
$367,536.27
Grand total, Lillooet District.
$367,536.27
44,100.07
411,615.64
212,608.54
$1,035,860.52
MACKENZIE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
9.    Bella Coola extension (Project No. 95)       $1,242.50
148.    Manson Road (Project No. 197)
Garden Bay (Project No. 197)	
Gibsons to North Road (Project No. 197)...
Gibsons to Soames Point (Project No. 197).
Sechelt to Wilson Creek (Project No. 197)„_
Village of Westview (Project No. 197).
Vananda Wharf approach (Project No. 197)	
Blubber Bay Road, reconstruction (Project No. 234).
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads
5,000.00
171.77
696.71
714.40
42.76
2,897.07
1,825.46
14,000.00
$26,590.67
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
Hagensborg Bridge (Project No. 81)       $9,259.63
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges	
9,259.63
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,'
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Nootsatsum Bridge (Project No. 97)..
Tatsquam Bridge (Project No. 97)	
$15,903.01
10,096.09
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges
25,999.10
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
50.    Atnarko   $698.99
23.    Austin (Gambier Island)  445.55
271.    Beach    204.56
Carried forward       $ 1,349.10
$61,849.40 P 140 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $1,349.10        $61,849.40
Reg. No.
9.    Bella Coola   15,546.58
174. Blubber Bay (Texada Island)   958.93
1. Bowen Island Trunk (Bowen Island)  3,724.45
Capeleston  221.12
2. Carters  (Bowen Island)  328.89
175. Central (Texada Island)  1,465.59
279.    Chester   499.09
Covey   303.10
3. Cowans  (Bowen Island)  670.40
134.    Cranberry Lake   4,975.42
4. Dorman (Bowen Island)  267.04
5. Eagle Cliff (Bowen Island)  1,729.35
26.    Eastbourne   (Gambier Island)  324.76
22.    Gambier (Gambier Island)  2,311.79
281.    Gibsons-Sechelt    18,291.38
177. Gillies Bay (Texada Island)  658.38
178. Gillies Bay-Vananda (Texada Island)  1,000.00
130.    Glines   205.28
Good  348.76
272. Gower Point   161.85
6. Grafton (Bowen Island)  1,116.62
224.    Haslam Lake   799.34
33.    Hood Point (Bowen Island)  278.30
330.    Hospital    624.02
36.    Keats (Keats Island)  919.24
7. Langlois (Bowen Island)  1,013.80
129.    Lennie (Lasqueti Island)  719.72
Lockyer     617.99
210.    Loubeat     286.00
291.    Lower   3,024.45
111.    Lund     11,985.63
333.    Madeira Park   642.67
102.    Main (Lasqueti Island)  5,211.84
101.    Lake  (Lasqueti Island)  594.61
110.    Malaspina   1,081.79
97r. Marine    7,083.62
293.    Mason    927.42
9.    Miller (Bowen Island)  335.98
McCance     274.40
New Brighton (Gambier Harbour)  249.05
295.    North    462.89
257.    Ocean View   290.56
164r. Pender Harbour   1,671.20
324.    Porpoise Bay   620.66
273. Port Mellon   1,110.43
28.    Precipice      954.69
310.    Redroofs    1,694.63
301.    Reed   1,203.86
Roberts Creek   733.30
10.    Scarborough  (Bowen Island)  393.03
256.    Savary (Savary Island)  805.13
234.    School     302.31
314.    Sechelt-Pender Harbour  9,231.23
248.    Secret Cove   248.00
236.    Second   ....  222.32
Stillwater   :  1,657.89
154.    Stuart Island : .  765.56
107.    Sutherland    234.00
137.    Thunder Bay   13,201.03
22.    Veteran (Gambier Island)  177.02
104.   Weldon (Lasqueti Island)  478.60
21.    West Bay (Gambier Island)  3,686.68
115.    Westview     979.78
Carried forward  $134,252.55        $61,849.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  141
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
122.
Brought forward..
Zilinsky   	
River Road 	
Culverts, Mission Bridge	
Culverts, Texada Island 	
Clearing channel, Snootchley 	
Clearing channel, Thorsen Creek _
Culverts, Wilson Creek 	
Culverts, Surgenor Bridge 	
Culverts, Whop Bridge 	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools _
Supervision
.(Credit)
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
$134,252.55        $61,849.40
212.73
5,600.00
5,600.00
2,000.00
2,362.65
5,137.35
4,000.00
8,000.00
4,500.00
1,261.98
4,676.96
1,263.11
7,150.06
12,926.01
163,737.46
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
289.
111.
165.
Bloedel     ...
Cattle  	
Cowans
Gillies Bay
Gladwin  ....
Hay's 	
High
Lambert 	
Lois  	
Malaspina 	
Mission No. 2 	
Murray   	
Murrey 	
McKenzie 	
Nootsatsum   	
Nygaard 	
Payne Creek 	
Powell River 	
Roberts 	
Salloomt 	
Schoolhouse   	
Sliammon 	
Snootchley 	
Surgenor  	
Tatsquan 	
Thunder Bay	
Whop   	
Wilson Creek 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$1,204.12
553.81
305.28
468.93
527.35
236.41
168.24
272.41
572.91
617.91
350.34
2,114.38
1,193.37
333.03
2,437.08
294.39
2,453.07
1,207.18
214.03
249.11
494.01
676.33
1,454.89
992.13
1,676.05
418.52
248.44
742.77
892.17
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
23,368.66
Hagensborg-Salloomt .
Total, Vote 254
Bella Coola 	
Blubber Bay	
Bowen Island Trunk
Central   	
Cranberry Lake
Gambier 	
Vote 254—Ferries
-Ferries 	
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Carried forward
$273.00
$2,921.90
577.33
744.36
168.00
269.90
528.11
273.00
$5,209.60  $249,228.52 P  142 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward.  $5,209.60      $249,228.52
Gibsons-Sechelt     1,482.26
Lund   505.36
Main   295.36
Marine    388.83
Martin Valley   387.34
Sechelt-Pender Harbour  574.91
Thunder Bay   1,543.06
Sundry roads (units under $150)  420.28
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   10,807.00
Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Dougal Franklin roads        $1,555.13
Total, Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits   1,555.13
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District       $261,590.65
Summary of Expenditures, Mackenzie District
District expenditures as detailed above  $261,590.65
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 193)         7,824.72
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 200)       50,609.14
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 207)       15,068.83
Grand total, Mackenzie District   $335,093.34
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
116.    Fulford Harbour-Ganges Road, reconstruction (Project No. 232)    $30,000.00
Wakesiah   Avenue   and   Five   Acres,   Nanaimo,   drainage   (D.L.)
(Project No. 270)          8,312.52
Gravelling roads, Nanaimo area (D.L.) (Project No. 284)       11,886.76
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads  50,199.28
"Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Garages, Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds
Garage at Nanaimo        $4,495.87
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds  4,495.87
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets
71
                   $179.90
221.
..                      215.07
107
         3,895.32
106
        .....               560.66
74
Bedwell Harbour               ...  —
         1,558.23
220
....      .     ..           597.78
12
     ....       .                   152.34
90.
Boulder          ..	
              1,161.15
42
                    804.65
503.
Brechin                          	
                  1,033.86
547
Brechin Hill           ..               	
252.89
504
     .....      ...                713.33
Carried forward	
     $11,125.18        $54,695.15 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 143
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward..
52.
46.
532.
205.
167.
224.
77.
157.
113.
115.
311.
91.
438.
506.
217.
199.
64.
534.
19.
535.
116.
121.
122.
68.
57.
72.
56.
548.
444.
81.
62.
550.
92.
170.
156.
462.
476.
468.
176.
58.
473.
482.
569.
162.
94.
529.
234.
135.
432.
519.
511.
83.
95.
588.
96.
589.
85.
138.
87.
596.
140.
143.
606.
604.
Burrill .....
Cassidy ____
Chesterlea
Churchill .
Clam Bay .
Coast 	
Coast Shale 	
Connaught 	
Cranberry 	
Cusheon Lake
Departure Bay
East Side 	
East Wellington
Eberts 	
Ellis 	
Enke 	
Fernhill 	
Fifth 	
Foster Point	
Fourth 	
Fulford-Ganges
Ganges (lower)
Ganges (upper)
Gallagher 	
Georgesin Bay _.
Georgina Point
Gulf  .	
Harewood 	
Hillcrest 	
Hooson  	
Horton Bay 	
Howard 	
Irene Bay 	
Isabella Point	
Island Highway .
Jingle Pot	
Kilpatrick  	
Labieux 	
Lyall Harbour ...
Main 	
Maxey 	
Meredith	
Millstone 	
Montague 	
Narvaez Bay 	
Nelson 	
North  	
North End 	
Northfield 	
Northumberland
Oakley 	
Otter Bay 	
Page Point 	
Park Avenue	
Payne 	
Pine
Port Washington
Rainbow  	
Razor Point 	
Renfrew 	
Robinson 	
Scott 	
Shepherd 	
Sixth 	
$11,125.18        $54,695.15
645.20
702.65
247.57
559.35
921.11
177.31
453.07
193.65
514.92
450.60
4,514.35
154.90
1,408.32
282.87
174.16
202.73
470.41
1,652.75
533.71
3,231.15
10,376.55
2,543.79
966.37
159.42
427.41
448.23
2,736.75
1,794.20
523.47
237.74
4,172.74
5,740.30
185.98
473.54
7,746.87
3,382.73
210.41
588.56
2,499.14
3,592.36
1,005.02
216.25
1,308.81
475.35
4,047.28
182.63
2,909.26
5,034.02
1,625.86
227.45
331.77
677.63
262.02
351.75
566.02
4,788.09
1,221.69
1,339.24
384.69
538.14
249.58
1,353.50
165.00
219.82
Carried forward  $106,903.39
$54,695.15 P  144 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1951-52
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $106,903.39        $54,695.15
Reg. No.
238.    South   3,433.60
89.    South Otter Bay   440.09
70.    Southey Point   172.32
93.    Spaulding   465.21
524.    St. Andrews   629.46
649.    St. George  1,315.58
521.    Sunderland  210.26
32.    Sunset Boulevard   175.06
240.    Taylor Bay   264.87
102.    Thetis   2,711.14
632.    Townsite  3,068.97
151. Vesuvius  1,518.20
635.    Waddington   2,258.86
536.    Wakesiah    2,532.39
152. Walker  571.92
567.    Wall    93 8.78
538.    Watfield    259.94
131r. Arterial Highway   1,727.21
Sundry roads (units under $150)  5,042.50
Garage Account   7,354.29
Plant and tools  5,009.72
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 5,981.14
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         141,022.62
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
30.    Bristowe   $591.12
1.    Chase River   855.72
33.    East Wellington   340.54
25.    Grimmer   1,181.02
7.    Millstone No. 2  3,494.42
27.    Murcheson   241.37
9.    Patterson  185.91
129.    Waterworks    1,075.86
29.    Wharf   235.24
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  2,890.23
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance .. 11,091.43
Vote 254—Ferries
Gabriola Island      $ 14,086.31
Fulford-Swartz Bay        24,756.07
Total, Vote 254—Ferries   38,842.38
Vote 255—Snow-removal
106.    Beddis  $162.08
113.    Cranberry    330.00
311.    Departure Bay  449.18
438.    East Wellington  473.04
116.    Fulford-Ganges   736.02
122.    Ganges (upper)  ....  161.44
156.    Island Highway   2,081.50
462.    Jingle Pot   419.47
58.    Main   304.65
69.    Nanaimo Lakes   168.99
135.    North End   448.49
236.    Parminter  187.50
138.    Rainbow  --  254.45
238.    South   206.96
151.    Vesuvius  327.67
Sundry roads (units under $150)  2,168.22
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   8,879.66
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District       $254,531.24 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Nanaimo-Islands District
District expenditures as detailed above .
  $254,531.24
  Nil
  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 207)  51,706.14
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report _
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report _
Grand total, Nanaimo-Islands District  $306,237.38
P 145
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads
Reg. No.
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Erickson-Goat River (Project
No. 138)        $2,000.75
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1936," Sec. 6:  Roads	
$2,000.75
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
67.    Creston-Erickson (Project No. 173)  $2,616.01
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Nelson-Balfour (Project No.
187)   113,228.52
279.    Riondel Road (Project No. 199)  3,297.12
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads
119,141.65
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Bridges
241.    Salmo River Bridge No. 1, Trail-Pend d'Oreille (Project No. 87)    $32,457.92
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Bridges 	
32,457.92
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):  Roads
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Erickson-Goat River (Project
No. 138)       $ 1,923.73
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944, Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
1,923.73
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
349.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Road        $1,474.74
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
1,474.74
Vote 254
6. Arrow Creek (east)—.
7. Arrow Creek (west)...
18. Balfour Beach 	
24. Bealby 	
30. Blewett 	
32. Bonnington   	
38. Bunce 	
50. Canyon-Porthill
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
  $273.69
  910.53
  240.38
  1,408.96
  3,065.22
  440.45
  153.55
  7,468.42
1.    Castlegar-Nelson (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)  12,777.54
58. Collis     282.93
59. Columbia River  2,091.63
61. Connel    1,325.22
62. Corn Creek  .  1,014.91
63. Cory   598.53
Carried forward     $32,051.96      $156,998.79 P 146 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $32,051.96      $156,998.79
Reg. No.
65.    Crawford Creek   923.67
67. Creston-Erickson     1,181.09
1.    Creston-Goatfell (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)  10,429.57
68. Creston-Goat River   1,375.00
70. Creston-Lister   63 6.08
71. Creston-Porthill     2,671.64
72. Creston-Summit Creek  15,222.17
74.    Creston-Wynndel     1,654.90
96.    Elsie Holmes   325.61
106.    Fairview   1,340.17
Goat River channel  2,696.91
122.    Granite Siding   201.35
138.    Harrop-Procter   5,797.36
141. Haskins (east)   306.90
142. Haskins (west)   391.81
144.    Helen    150.39
147.    Hill     1,494.08
161.    Indian    ,  1,449.66
178.    Knox  238.38
1.    Kootenay Bay-Creston  32,096.40
194.    Lindsay    162.02
196. Lister Settlement   6,382.47
197. Little   411.39
208.    Mallory   403.82
228.    McMurtrie   1,565.56
233. Nelson Ferry (west)  445.77
1.    Nelson-Balfour (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)  33,880.84
234. Nelson-Kaslo   4,376.55
235. Nelson-Nelway   47,711.53
236. Nick's Island   3,449.80
251.    Pass Creek   2,935.47
255. Pilot Bay   464.72
256. Pit     4,733.95
258.    Porcupine   221.05
275. Radio Beam   1,232.66
276. Reclamation   11,110.22
279.    Riondel   1,661.04
281.    Riondel Wharf  4,630.73
289.    Rosemont streets   1,310.34
299.    Salmo-Trail   6,385.26
295.    Salvador   345.64
301.    Samuelson     691.06
306.    Sheep Creek  3,794.35
310. Silver King  171.05
311. Simmons     172.90
315. Smith   283.80
316. South Nelson streets  1,818.88
320.    Sproule Creek   278.17
322. Station     175.47
323. Stocks-Jackson   1,428.47
349.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes  7,153.74
335.    Trail-Pend d'Oreille   601.83
341.    Uri   838.17
355.    Wadds   853.23
363.    Wildhorse   283.03
368.    Wynndel   556.92
378.    Ymir streets   610.64
186r. Nelson Arterial  1,469.15
Garage Account  8,103.27
Plant and tools  7,811.17
Sundry roads (units under $150)   11,183.81
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         294,735.04
Carried forward .       $451,733.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 147
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
       $451,733.83
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Reg. No.
$369.37
34.
Carney Mill No. 1                                                          	
327.19
38.
398.79
59
Creston—Summit No. 3                                           ._ .       	
5,538.70
81
Gravel-pit No. 1                                                              	
1,082.02
197
Lindsay No. 1            .    .._ .  	
1,147.53
146.
150.
Nelson-Balfour No. 1 	
239.22
530.25
160.
250.73
693.22
204.
Rifle Range No. 1                                                                    	
744.70
Rifle Range No. 2                                        	
416.65
917
Silver King No. 1                                     ~   .. ..       	
757.86
241.
Trail—Pend d'Oreille                                    .       —. ..    .   . —. ..
1,150.98
260.
1,133.54
264.
1,050.00
Sundry bridges (units under $150)         .  ...   .	
7,647.67
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 254—Ferries
Kootenay Lake              .          ...          	
           23,478.42
... $103,865.95
Kootenay Lake, repairs to landings             	
4,350.83
40,065.04
Nelson                      ..              ~              ..               ...   .        	
36,753.19
Harrop—Longbeach .                       .      ,           	
14,700.57
Tug " Eleanor"                       .               .                .             	
1,024.05
West Creston          ...                             ..                            .....
12,525.68
7,981.72
Slocan River                                                                         	
269.98
Ferries generally                                            ....       	
3,830.41
Total, Vote 254—Ferries .                       	
225,367.42
5.
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Arlington .                ..             .               ...
$941.50
7.
Arrow Creek (west) .            	
293.84
24.
Bealby                      ....                             	
303.31
30.
Blewett          	
2,978.84
32
378.17
1.
Castlegar-Nelson (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)     _ _ 	
10,050.24
50.
Canyon-Porthill             .   	
833.75
52.
460.18
59.
65.
Columbia River   	
Crawford Creek       ...            —.                        	
2,556.93
349.29
67.
Creston—Erickson   ..     ..             	
560.86
1.
Creston-Goatfell (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)  	
3,683.10
70.
Creston—Lister ..      ...   .                  _       .
159.52
71.
Creston-Porthill 	
493.99
72.
74
Creston-Summit 	
Creston-Wynndel               	
842.15
540.23
106
Fairview streets          	
791.09
191
Goodenough                           	
374.00
139
Harrop-Procter —.   ..
1,450.07
153
Hudson Bay ..               .             	
1,465.00
161
Indian                 	
199.91
1.
194
Kootenay Bay-Creston (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway)
Lindsay                      	
7,671.95
192.00
196
Lister Settlement                  	
537.13
199
Longbeach                                  	
186.55
1
Nelson-Balfour       ..              	
6,506.20
934
Nelson—Kaslo                 .                     	
3,755.56
9^5
Nelson-Nelway
13,751.84
Carried forward	
._    $62,307.20      $700,579.67 P 148 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brnueht forward                                                $62,307.20
$700,579.67
Reg. No.
251.    Pass Creek          2.756.23
253.
Peters                                         200.00
255.
Pilot Bay                                                           192.00
969
Queen's Bay Settlement ...                    184.00
275.
Radio Beam                            . __        _.                                         666.72
278.
Rifle Range                                                   259.66
279.
Riondel                                                                                                   1,732.75
989
Rosemont streets   _                      717.65
299.
Salmo-Trail           2,049.95
306.
Sheep Creek                       1,339.04
310.
Silver King                                     475.46
316.
South Nelson streets                               ...                                 1,518.86
320.
Sproule Creek                                                                                     891.13
349.
Slocan-Arrow Lakes                                    .                ..      .        2,369.87
335.
Trail-Pend d'Oreille                                                                        523.66
355.
Wadds                       214.03
363.
Wildhorse                    .                470.45
378.
Ymir streets                                                  320.60
45r
Canyon (Arterial)               .                309.10
186r
Nelson (Arterial)                                                   ...            1,496.06
Roads generally      .       ..            4,401.35
Tota', Vote 255—Snow-removal                         .__ 	
85,395.77
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District             _.    	
$785,975.44
Summary of Expenditures, Nelson-Creston District
District exnenditures as detailed above                                        $785.97
5.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report             Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 200)...       363,089.41
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 207)        258,045.48
r.rnnd total. Nplsnn-Creston District                                       $1,407,110.33
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
District Lot 172       $5,974.87
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets  $5,974.87
Vote 255—Snow-removal
District Lot 172  $863.45
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal  863.45
Total expenditure, New Westminster District  $6,838.32
Summary of Expenditures, New Westminster District
District expenditures as detailed above  $6,838.32
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 207)  6,661.70
Grand total, New Westminster District  $13,500.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  149
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Storm-sewers, Capilano Bridge to Marine Drive (132r)   (Project
No. 175)   $14,571.61
Keith Road Diversion (Project No. 201)  13,726.98
West Bay widening (Project No. 202)  9,962.24
Dollarton Highway diversion (Project No. 271)  7,500.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads .
Vote 254-
Reg. No.
89r. Cloverleaf 	
132r. Marine Drive 	
134r. Marine Drive 	
156r. Marine Drive 	
157r. Dollarton Highway 	
Mountain Highway 	
132r. Retaining-wall, Marine Drive
Seymour River Channel 	
134r. Culverts, Marine Drive	
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
$200.00
9,968.20
7,368.68
793.89
10,353.86
1,457.98
16,746.21
6,000.00
2,400.00
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets .
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Boundary 	
Capilano 	
Cypress Creek _
Lynn Creek 	
Mosquito Creek
Sandy Cove 	
Seymour Creek _
$1,119.53
355.36
330.54
6,187.78
800.11
275.85
1,224.36
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance	
Vote 255—Snow-removal
132r. Marine Drive  $5,195.38
134r. Marine Drive  2,428.72
156r. Marine Drive  472,59
157r. Dollarton Highway   2,152.98
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal 	
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District.
Summary of Expenditures, North Vancouver District
$45,760.83
55,288.82
10,293.53
10,249.67
$121,592.85
District expenditures as detailed above  $121,592.85
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 193)  35,906.26
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, North Vancouver District ...
$157,499.11
OAK BAY DISTRICT
Vote 254—Classified Highways
109b. Beach Drive       $2,060.03
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Reconstruction work on Denison Road, Oak Bay (Government's
share)         $1,500.00
Total, Vote 256—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Total expenditures, Oak Bay District	
$2,060.03
1,500.00
$3,560.03 P 150 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
OAK BAY DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Oak Bay District
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report	
Grand total, Oak Bay District.
$3,560.03
Nil
Nil
Nil
$3,560.03
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Albers 	
Anderson Subdivision
Ashton Cooke 	
Bear Valley 	
Bella Vista 	
Broadwater   	
Cameron's Point 	
Commonage   	
Creighton Valley 	
Deep Creek 	
Easthill 	
Eastside   	
East  Vernon 	
Enderby-Brickyard   	
Enderby-Grindrod   	
Enderby-Mabel Lake .„
Enderby-Salmon  River
Glenmary 	
Grandview Bench 	
Headgates   	
Hebbert   	
Horner   	
Irish  Creek  	
Reg. No.
2.
18.
5.
9.
4.
164.
28.
30.
31.
34.
166.
36.
37.
176.
39.
74.
113.
47.
49.
60.
57.
217.
64.
65.
66.
67.
70.
71.
75.
73.
76.
89.
92.
94.
97.
102.
102.
110.
100.
201.
105.
107.
121.
122.
124.
126.
129.
163.
130.
131.
88.    Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6
226.    Watershed-Enderby   	
138. Westside   	
139. Whitevale 	
Kamloops Highway No. 6.
Kedleston  (east)   	
Kedleston   (north)   	
L. & A. 	
Long Lake 	
Lumby-Mabel Lake 	
Lumby streets 	
Mallory   	
Monk's   	
Mud Lake 	
North Fork 	
Okanagan Landing
Okanagan Highway No. 97 	
Okanagan Highway No. 97 (west)
Old Sicamous 	
Oyama  	
Reimer	
Riverside   	
Rollings Lake 	
Shuswap River Drive 	
Sigalet Cut-off 	
Six Mile Creek 	
Squaw Valley	
Sugar Lake 	
Trask   	
Trinity Valley 	
Tronson 	
Roads,
$3,058.51
243.37
196.59
153.22
565.57
187.13
507.33
986.95
4,296.26
1,768.16
200.08
651.05
1,584.01
175.26
3,868.83
9,139.14
279.98
154.56
1,082.08
553.46
236.76
204.51
183.58
9,225.74
11,930.51
293.22
1,630.70
2,853.82
3,725.46
228.02
200.67
290.71
226.50
902.53
1,207.40
42,461.45
1,586.01
564.99
3,186.62
688.92
265.78
486.07
850.67
255.50
483.64
150.37
2,139.92
237.75
3,314.66
1,257.24
19,815.65
176.36
4,822.62
1,147.99
Carried forward..
$146,883.88 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  151
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
167.    Young Geer 	
127r. Arterial Okanagan Highway No. 97, City of Vernon
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account 	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets _
.(Credit)
$146,883.88
196.98
1,298.00
2,738.05
3,308.48
4,966.50
7,275.14
$152,116.75
Vote 254—Classified Highways
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River, Spallumcheen    $464.32
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River, City of Armstrong   443.84
114b. Secondary Highway, Thirtieth Avenue and Thirtieth Street, City of
Vernon     300.64
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
1,208.80
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance
1.
2.
21.
140.
36.
41.
48.
57.
65.
77.
147.
100.
107.
120.
119.
136.
Abbot   	
Albers  	
Cherryville   __
DeMonk   	
Enderby  	
Fortune   	
Grindrod   	
Hines   	
Johnson   	
Lumby  	
Maple Street .
Railroad   	
Sawmill   	
Siwash Creek
Stickle  	
Zettergreen
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
$486.94
1,295.13
377.97
865.81
6,925.67
781.18
1,199.77
175.53
373.88
1,191.62
885.72
376.83
371.70
379.01
622.23
301.70
883.95
17,494.64
Vote 255—Snow-removal
2.
18.
4.
28.
30.
31.
34.
36.
37.
39.
74.
49.
55.
60.
64.
65.
66.
70.
75.
73.
81.
94.
Albers  	
Anderson Subdivision
Bella Vista 	
Cameron's Point 	
Commonage    	
Creighton Valley 	
Deep Creek 	
Eastside   	
East Vernon 	
Enderby-Grindrod   _..
Enderby-Mabel Lake
Grandview Bench 	
Gunter-Ellison   	
Headgates  	
Irish Creek 	
Kamloops Highway No. 6
Kedleston (east) 	
L. & A. 	
Lumby-Mabel Lake 	
Lumby streets 	
McGinnis   	
North Fork 	
$275.82
172.51
281.22
319.30
616.10
1,668.12
2,144.82
300.22
1,023.35
876.35
2,107.59
1,765.79
217.05
448.17
335.49
3,162.65
1,271.20
882.69
1,398.95
575.65
246.76
510.57
Carried forward
$20,600.37      $170,820.19 P  152 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward     $20,600.37      $170,820.19
Reg. No.
97.    Okanagan Landing   403.60
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 97   6,877.82
102.    Okanagan Highway No. 97 (west)  819.58
100.    Oyama     1,843.43
107.    Rollings Lake   323.47
126.    Squaw Valley   165.79
129. Sugar Lake    1,182.65
130. Trinity Valley   2,059.09
131. Tronson    559.53
88.    Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6   3,544.75
138. Westside   3,607.13
139. Whitevale     387.24
Sundry roads (units under $150)   1,135.86
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   43,510.31
Total expenditure, Okanagan District (North)        $214,330.50
Summary of Expenditures, Okanagan District (North)
District expenditures as detailed above    $214,330.50
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 193)  40,136.77
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 208)  75,124.68
Grand total, Okanagan District (North)    $329,591.95
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Orchard roads (Project No. 206)        $2,649.51
Okanagan Highway, Reid's Corner to Kelowna (Project No. 229)      25,000.00
V.L.A. roads, Westbank (Project No. 272)   7,898.79
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads         $35,548.30
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Mission Creek Bridge (Project No. 43)   $58.74
Mission Creek Bridge (Project No. 91)        21,244.89
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges  21,303.63
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946,"
Okanaean Hiehwav. Peachland to Summerland	
Sec.
2(
a):  Roads
$24,098.85
24,098.85
Total, " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Aikens 	
765
(a):   Roads
Roads,
$293.66
157.68
314.42
1,343.60
1,267.38
699.68
2,504.07
389.83
33.
969
Anderson 	
176
Bear Creek ..      ...     	
18
Beaver Lake         _ _      _            	
78
Belgo                                      	
119
Benvoulin                   .   .              .__
185
Boucherie                                       _   	
Carried forward	
$6,970.32
$80,950.78 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 153
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 254
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg.
196.
58.
35.
122.
96.
2.
164.
154.
153.
93.
92.
158.
192.
271.
233.
317.
86.
82.
201.
200.
9.
207.
127.
129.
3.
203.
157.
80.
109.
67.
99.
118.
149.
37.
55.
47.
14.
234.
123.
62.
101.
103.
170.
54.
1.
30.
156.
251.
195.
223.
250.
97.
163.
110.
5.
43.
191.
259.
326.
111.
57.
150.
65.
81.
No.
Brought forward..
Brown 	
Buckland ____
Bulman 	
Burns 	
Butler	
Camp   	
Chute Lake
Crawford _
DeHart 	
Dunster	
East Kelowna
Eldorado 	
Elliott 	
First Street ....
Fish Lake 	
Gale 	
Gallagher 	
Geen 	
Gellatly 	
Glencoe 	
Glenmore 	
Glenrosa	
Gordon 	
Guisachan  	
Hare 	
Herbert 	
Hobson    	
Hollywood 	
Jaud   	
Joe Riche 	
June Springs	
K.L.O. 	
Lakeshore 	
Lakha 	
Latta 	
Leathead 	
Lodge 	
Meadow Valley
Munson 	
Mills 	
Mathews 	
McCulloch 	
McClure 	
McKenzie     	
Okanagan Centre	
Old Vernon 	
Paret 	
Paradise Ranch 	
Paynter 	
Peachland-Princeton
Penticon-Naramata ..
Pooley	
Raymer	
Saucier	
Seaton 	
Sexsmith 	
Smith Creek 	
Smithurst 	
Spall	
Spiers 	
Swainson 	
Swamp 	
Stremel 	
Teasdale 	
$6,970.32        $80,950.78
329.26
240.19
244.58
248.83
336.27
529.20
797.56
594.02
1,385.79
376.06
380.28
341.65
3,774.48
180.90
779.20
303.29
207.83
369.58
460.41
521.23
2,118.68
154.16
671.18
397.44
199.83
348.32
200.39
330.60
1,469.38
3,799.15
1,087.34
1,966.61
5,624.55
475.32
1,068.19
1,197.31
296.69
964.90
190.14
254.33
465.33
1,372.97
395.08
1,243.04
1,550.78
3,345.50
716.64
282.32
502.13
580.01
969.63
990.30
412.26
1,878.06
235.20
150.62
415.27
510.57
294.76
990.11
446.78
2,535.40
190.27
200.57
Carried forward..
$62,859.04        $80,950.78 P 154 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1951-52
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $62,859.04        $80,950.78
Reg. No.
68.    Three Forks   304.52
218.    Trepanier  802.83
235.    Trout Creek-Bald Range  806.82
83.    Walburn   410.62
51.    Wallace J  372.55
108.    Wallace Hill   1,090.65
172.    Westside   6,183.47
15. Woodsdale   556.82
16. Woodslake  1,159.83
117b. Giants Head  182.60
102.    Okanagan Highway   39,905.55
41r. Okanagan Highway, Summerland   5,736.99
Mill Creek culvert  10,669.47
V.L.A. roads   1,100.97
Garage Account  11,218.37
Plant and tools  6,005.23
Sundry roads (units under $150)   4,175.71
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 6,313.42
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         147,228.62
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
42.    Powers Creek No. 2  $4,090.85
79.    Ellison Overhead  4,882.90
34.    Mission Creek No. 2  1,930.81
48.    Slough Creek   5,716.93
92.    Spall    1,208.02
Kelowna Bridge survey    7,519.60
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   352.68
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance   25,701.79
Vote 254—Ferries
Kelowna-Westbank, " Lequime "     $67,630.93
Kelowna-Westbank, " Pendozi "         44,378.98
Kelowna-Westbank, "Lloyd-Jones"        73,901.23
Total, Vote 254—Ferries         185,911.14
Vote 255—Snow-removal
33. Anderson   $ 159.41
265.    Aikens  60.08
275.    Anna Avenue  4.25
269.    Arawana   17.01
18.    Beaver Lake  775.93
78.    Belgo   578.87
254.    Boothe   17.01
35.    Bulman   110.11
176.    Bear Creek  386.89
34. Black  67.32
52.    Bond   145.29
185. Boucherie   519.53
58.    Buckland   72.58
119.    Benvoulin   206.00
162.    Barnaby   49.87
186. Bartley  62.40
322.    Blair  67.46
138.    Burne Avenue   17.35
96.    Butler  159.00
121. Burtch  32.82
122. Burns   13.02
2.    Camp   545.03
257.    Clark  4.25
Carried forward       $4,071.48      $439,792.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  155
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
       $4,071.48      $439,792.33
Reg. 1>
258.
lo.
Cooper	
              29.77
154.
            109.79
130.
Caroline       _ 	
              25.21
182.
Campbell       _ _     _ __ _ __.
              31.24
56.
Day       	
158.70
261.
DeBeck	
19.14
153.
DeHart 	
223.67
8.
              54.21
29.
Dry Valley   _     _   _ 	
              60.80
92.
East Kelowna — ■  —_     	
            382.63
278.
Ellis       	
4.25
233.
Fish Lake      —               ..
119.34
271.
First Street 	
              10.63
274.
Fourth Street 	
              10.63
200.
365.16
270.
Gawne .  	
27.64
84
Garner          	
              57.62
9
Glenmore          . _.   ._ _ ._ ...
            247.48
901
Gellatly	
335.75
207.
Glenrosa         __ _ .
322.01
61
Gertsmar   _____         _ 	
               73.34
86
Gallagher       _     _
72.26
70.
Goudie  __ _ __ _      	
173.86
60
Gibson   ..   . . .. .. . 	
70.16
82.
Geen                .. ..
30.73
94
Goldie 	
65.96
197
Gordon      _ __ __ _ __   __  	
46.02
80.
Hollywood         . ._
294.94
159
Hughes     _       -
                              7.10
67
Joe Riche     	
          1,316.95
99
June Springs       __ _   _.
                          157.78
109.
Jaud -     _ _ _   -   	
24.86
118
K.L.O. 	
                             920.48
979
Kathleen   _ _   _   ______
4.25
132.
Knox      _   _ -        _ 	
174.90
149.
Lake Shore          	
                 1,083.64
260.
Lyons        '      ....
6.38
55.
Latta     	
39.10
276.
Lily             ......    	
4.25
14
Lodge       — - .   .... 	
96.22
47.
Leathead      ..  .    ....
64.57
37.
Lakha  	
                  77.14
234.
342.52
69
Mills     	
63.88
53
Morrison       __ ...
                              39.26
103.
McCulloch 	
1,657.68
966
McKay    ...   ..
4.25
54
McKenzie           ...
463.72
70
McKinley 	
                             63.95
17
McCarthy     	
93.78
117
McGee          .   	
                       24.86
46
McCurdy 	
North Street	
                           38.25
144.
30.02
956
North Gulch 	
    .                            23.39
109
Okanagan Highway     ... ..   	
8,885.56
1.
964
Okanagan Centre	
Old Penticton    . .   ..
            663.34
25.52
40p
Okanagan Highway, Peachland	
                       122.48
4lR
30
Okanagan Highway, Summerland	
Old Vernon	
            142.67
923.54
19
Oceola   - ... ...     	
73.53
750
Penticton-Naramata 	
929.05
951
Paradise Ranch 	
                              372.99
156
Paret   .   .
216.70
71
Philpot  .	
179.34
Carried forward	
     $26,852.32      $439,792.33 P 156                                          PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
OKANAGAN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward           .... 	
526,852.32
4.25
14.88
175.16
56.69
250.52
4.25
65.96
192.16
36.15
355.96
19.14
735.03
4.25
325.10
17.01
161.36
4.25
192.37
226.14
253.82
107.42
18.00
53.00
17.35
152.09
8.50
33.00
116.85
18.25
2,820.84
79.99
6.38
510.99
4.25
1,480.09
108.71
390.88
64.57
20.20
$439,792.33
35,958.13
Reg. No.
268.    Patterson 	
253.
Partridge	
69.
Pyman Ranch	
335.
Penno 	
48.
Rutland 	
277.
Ritchie   _
312.
Reiswig       	
110.
Saucier       .... .
252.
Salting 	
191.
Smith Creek    ._     	
259.
Smithurst       ..
111.
262.
Spiers 	
Steel 	
150.
Swamp  	
263.
South Bench  ...     	
189.
Shannon Lake ._     	
272.
Second Street	
57.
5.
Swainson 	
Seaton   ...       ... . 	
66.
Sawmill	
43.
Sexsmith 	
231.
Shingle Creek  . . ..        ..          .
326.
Spall 	
65.
Stremel .                                            ._._.._
218.
Trepanier        ..
273.
Third Street                                       	
68.
Three Forks  .     ..          	
235.
Trout Creek-Bald Range 	
155.
Todd      	
V.L.A. roads    	
108.
Wallace Hill                                       	
255.
Weaver       .           ..                         . .   	
15.
Woodsdale      ..      ...      	
267.
Whitter                                               	
172.
Westside           .
83.
16.
Woodslake                                        .        ..   .
141.
64.
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal 	
Total exDenditure. Okanagan District (South) 	
$475,750.46
Summary of Expenditures, Okanagan District (South)
District exnendititres as detailed above                        $475.75
0.46
6.62
8.81
2.84
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 194)
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 200)
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 209)
Grand total, Okanagan District (South) 	
10,36
57,10
51,68
. .. $594,90
8.73
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act
Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
Finmoore (South) Road, reconstruction and grading (D.L.) (Project No. 252)                               	
32.
$2,000.00
23,000.00
6,970.18
10,000.00
$41,970.18
$41,970.18
39.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, reconstruction, Vanderhoof
east (D.L.) (Project No. 251) 	
124.
127.
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road (D.L.) (Project No. 250) 	
Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point Road (Project No. 249) 	
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
Carried forward. ..    ..   	 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  157
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)— Continued
Brought forward                     _
$41,970.18
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
10      Klarkwater—Fort Fraser       .__        ______
Roads,
$493.70
1,789.24
793.11
185.42
310.32
166.29
2,196.23
1,571.06
234.50
197.80
2,323.13
639.83
249.66
392.74
1,155.45
61,206.95
566.60
1,000.00
18,199.14
487.73
398.50
611.76
241.29
10,000.00
2,357.33
1,772.33
12,331.99
1,222.98
1,658.85
7,998.70
12
16
17
Campbell Hulatt                                       	
27.
37
117.
42.
158
63.
61.
182.
65.
78.
79.
Nithi River                        __                     	
39.
183.
Road to Nechako River Bridge at Fort Fraser  	
104
Schaefer     ...       ______          __    _   . 	
102.
Sob Lake        .                              .                    	
110
Sowchea           	
184
Stuart Lake-Douglas Lodge 	
Turcotte Bridge No. 66 (replacement with culvert and fill)	
128.
Vanderhoof—Sackner
40
Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek  _ _    	
P4
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake         , ._
197
Vanderhoof—Sturgeon Point ___ 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)      ..
Plant and tools     ..       .
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
132,752.63
49
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Big Creek      .... 	
$822.87
818.76
320.24
710.00
180.82
585.00
389.24
204.40
419.47
702.47
1,506.14
615.14
6,449.98
161.76
489.83
1,029.74
2,930.43
908.75
357.27
1,754.06
325.00
325.00
780.96
93
Cottonwood     -          -    	
140
Endako    •           ..__ _
6.
181
Erickson   __ _  —       .
4
Goldie   	
97
Hogback No. 1       	
194
Hogback No. 2 	
94
Hudson Bay        ...
5
McLaurin                   .   _
7
Nechako No. 1 —_   ______
18
Nechako No. 2   	
18.
Nechako River Bridge, Vanderhoof  (construction of pedestrian
walk)     -.     .
170
Peters       .
95
Porter      -    ...   .    	
107
Prairiedale  	
9
Sinkut 	
3
Stoney Creek     ._   	
76
Stuart River      ...
14
Tchesinkut 	
16.
17
Vanderhoof Trestle No. 1 	
Vanderhoof Trestle No. 2 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
Carried forward 	
	
22,787.33
$197,510.14 P  158 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)—Continued
Brought forward       $197,510.14
Vote 254—Ferries
Reg. No.
62.    Fort Fraser        $2,157.71
59.    Hulatt  962.92
Total, Vote 254—Ferries  ... 3,120.63
Vote 255—Snow-removal
4.    Bearhead     $313.15
10.    Blackwater-Fort Fraser   339.47
12.    Braeside    942.61
16. Campbell    555.47
17. Campbell-Hulatt  294.87
15.    Chowsunket     389.94
186.    Clucultz Club   179.24
27.    Endako-Francois Lake   250.14
32.    Finmoore (south)  442.02
36. Fort Fraser Settlement (east)   534.00
37. Fort Fraser-Stella   336.55
117.    Fort St. James-Germansen Landing   3,096.33
42.    Fraser Lake-Francois Lake   300.95
55.    Hulatt   (south)     201.99
61.    Lily Lake   813.46
182. Loop     460.59
65.    Mapes    390.37
78. Necoslie    187.18
79. Nithi River  288.56    ,
39. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway  11,705.86
183. Pinchi Lake   1,948.45
94.    Prairiedale    368.17
104.    Schaefer     349.15
102.    Sob Lake   606.63
110.    Sowchea   299.25
128.    Vanderhoof-Sackner    789.70
40. Vanderhoof-Stoney Creek   643.85
124.    Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake   9,431.85
127.    Vanderhoof-Sturgeon Point  1,656.88
Sundry roads (units under $150)    1,193.80
Plant and tools   243.88
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   39,554.36
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)        $240,185.13
Summary of Expenditures, Omineca District (East)
District expenditures as detailed above   $240,185.13
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 208)	
 (Credit)        1,437.36
Grand total, Omineca District (East)   $238,747.77
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Telkwa west  (Project No.
176)          $2,777.96
Road No. 80, Burns Lake-Francois Lake (Project No.
177)  $4,062.03
Road No. 200, Burns Lake-Babine Lake (Project No.
177)        2,323.57
6,385.60
Carried forward        $9,163.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  159
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)— Continued
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads—Continued
Brought forward       $9,163.56
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, reconstruction,  Burns Lake
west (Project No. 253)        17,029.88
Northern    Trans-Provincial    Highway,    reconstruction,    Topley-
Babine Lake (Project No. 254)        10,000.00
Burns Lake-Babine Lake, reconstruction (Project No. 255)         3,639.69
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a):   Ferry-landings
Francois Lake-South Shore, new towers and ferry-landings (Project No. 276)      $17,739.04
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Ferry-landings	
$39,833.13
17,739.04
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Roads,
Reg. No.
83.    Barrett-Knockholt   	
9.     Rarretf Station                                                            	
$4,444.17
352.62
153.
1,266.25
9.
Brown                                                       _ _
208.60
200.
5,562.40
21.
6,796.38
178.
Dockerill                                _          .          	
169.65
25.
Eakin Settlement           _         .              	
2,052.72
34.
52.
Forestdale-Day Lake  .	
Hamre                        __       _                    	
318.38
536.53
76.
Heal—Norris               _ __      _                     __       .       .
207.89
90.
Houston—Wistaria                    .        	
2,538.24
155.
121.
Houston-Owen Lake-Nadina 	
Hislop             —_        _—     .                      .              .
642.40
421.95
59.
Keefe's Landing—Ootsa Lake  _ _                 __ _   	
4,793.54
134.
Mill     ...
982.04
39.
North Trans-Provincial Highway      .   . _        — 	
45,149.43
80
North Francois      _            	
4,794.46
905
North Trout Creek      	
1,019.70
84.
88
Ootsa Lake Shore (east) 	
Palling Settlement    .   ..                 	
860.31
455.99
19
Rose Lake Cut-off   .__..__._      _                         .      ...   .
1,015.07
151
Strimbold       	
264.70
181.
Tatalrose       .. __ _ 	
1,044.84
97
Tatlow                     	
579.46
909
Telkwa Coal   _        _ __   .    .     ...   ..
1,885.55
119
Telkwa High           ____    ____
259.97
118
Topley-Babine             	
1,019.03
190.00
990
Taltapin Trail   __ _ 	
199
Uncha  Lake       _        	
624.82
130
Woodmere-Round Lake       	
458.10
140
York Settlement      	
164.54
158r
Burns Lake-Francois Lake     _ _
1,729.66
Garage Account   ...    	
14,450.34
7,784.12
1 72
Plant and tools      .
Plant Repair and Rental Account                                     (Credit)
Outside Parties Account       .(Credit)
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
103.48
1,503.42
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
         116,442.07
439
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Anderson          	
$222.11
370
Barker   	
257.19
7
Bulkley        	
6,823.57
Carried forward.	
$7,302.87      $174,014.24 P  160
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)—Continued
Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance—Continued
Reg. No.
Brought forward..
14.
46.
151.
20.
100.
5.
459.
35.
47.
438.
155.
152.
118.
95.
5.
83.
2.
153.
9.
7.
200.
21.
178.
25.
43.
52.
121.
155.
90.
59.
71.
51.
134.
80.
39.
84.
88.
19.
100.
168.
151.
181.
97.
220.
202.
119.
118.
122.
53.
130.
Burns Lake Trestle No. 1
Burns Lake Trestle No. 2
Cessford No. 2 	
Day Lake 	
Dodds   	
Goat Creek 	
Hammerberg  	
Houston  	
Lund  	
Severson
Sheraton  	
Tachek No.
Tachek No.
Wiggins
Sundry bridges (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 254—Ferries
Francois Lake 	
Francois Lake (landings)  	
Francois Lake (ferrymen's cottages)
Total, Vote 254—Ferries _____
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Augier Lake 	
Barrett-Knockholt
Barrett  Station
Brandon 	
Brown   	
Burgeon
Burns Lake-Babine Lake
Colleymount   	
Dockerill   	
Eakin Settlement 	
Francois Lake (east)
Hamre   _
Hislop
Houston-Owen Lake-Nadina
Houston-Wistaria 	
Keefe's Landing-Ootsa Lake _
McDonald's Landing 	
Lawson  	
Mill Road 	
North Francois 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Ootsa Lake (east)  	
Palling   	
Rose Lake Cut-off	
Round Lake (east) 	
Shelford  	
Strimbold   	
Tatalrose   	
Tatlow   	
Taltapin   	
Telkwa Coal 	
Telkwa High 	
Topley-Babine   	
Uncha Lake 	
Wistaria-Larson   	
Woodmere
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
$7,302.87      $174,014.24
320.20
582.60
1,396.84
374.60
481.22
3,514.94
346.58
7,659.03
280.52
445.05
177.16
495.45
565.92
177.93
513.36
$35,173.67
4,735.53
988.20
$166.21
790.77
155.96
173.49
517.78
154.91
3,716.94
3,294.87
205.24
1,780.76
195.15
494.09
231.53
287.54
5,314.22
4,791.88
397.54
192.49
562.47
3,365.01
18,161.85
1,681.04
634.93
935.13
227.90
287.25
216.24
3,062.97
422.00
486.52
822.38
292.92
4,631.35
1,413.80
385.43
692.56
2,006.27
24,634.27
40,897.40
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)
63,149.39
$302,695.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 161
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Omineca District (West)
District expenditures as detailed above   $302,695.30
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  iVi7
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report   Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Omineca District (West)   $302,695.30
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
1.    Alberta Boundary-Dawson Creek, Pouce Coupe-Tupper (Project
No. 203)   $417,006.38
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads       $417,006.38
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
1.    Alberta Boundary-Dawson Creek  $10,321.63
108. Alces River (west)  I    1,987.28
12.    Arras School   362.17
141.    Baldonnel Cut-off   300.93
7.    Bessborough-Farmington   13,569.32
67.    Brown Gravel-pit   200.00
116.    Cache Creek   182.96
61.    Chamberlain Subdivision   587.48
110.    Clayhurst  10,519.42
109. Corsbie   736.42
32.    Dawson Creek-Briar Ridge   4,951.83
41.    Doe River  621.23
185.    Farm and settlement  176.02
197. Farm and settlement  150.00
198. Farm and settlement  459.96
200.    Farm and settlement  387.41
202. Farm and settlement  470.74
203. Farm and settlement  349.43
205.    Farm and settlement  928.32
207.    Farm and settlement  1,911.76
209. Farm and settlement ,.  5,437.45
210. Farm and settlement  2,313.34
211. Farm and settlement  547.13
212. Farm and settlement  2,303.06
213. Farm and settlement  3,572.58
214. Farm and settlement  1,003.04
215. Farm and settlement  923.21
216. Farm and settlement  990.74
217. Farm and settlement   1,162.66
219. Farm and settlement  1,714.57
220. Farm and settlement  1,146.90
221. Farm and settlement  1,206.59
222. Farm and settlement  706.08
223. Farm and settlement  2,197.70
224. Farm and settlement  3,343.56
225. Farm and settlement  2,020.87
226. Farm and settlement  745.65
227. Farm and settlement  1,629.92
229. Farm and settlement  233.60
230. Farm and settlement  258.39
235.    Farm and settlement  198.68
239.    Farm and settlement  581.79
241. Farm and settlement .  1,078.69
242. Farm and settlement  1,331.97
243. Farm and settlement  1,389.90
245.    Farm and settlement  700.15
Carried forward.     $87,912.53      $417,006.38 P  162
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No
246.
247.
248.
249.
250.
251.
252.
253.
254.
256.
257.
258.
259.
260.
261.
262.
263.
264.
265.
267.
269.
271.
273.
275.
277.
279.
281.
283.
6.
106.
14.
103.
101.
11.
16.
117.
13.
102.
142.
2.
18.
111.
24.
5.
119.
70.
27.
114.
121.
139.
113.
21.
143.
112.
4.
3.
52.
22.
66.
42.
34.
62.
35.
9.
Farmington-Alberta Boundary .
Feenie 	
Fellers Heights	
Fort St. John-Alberta Boundary
Fort St. John-Upper Pine	
Groundbirch School 	
Gundy-Pouce Coupe	
Halfway River	
Hanshaw	
Hudson Hope	
Jetty 	
John Hart Highway	
Kelly Lake 	
Kerr Road 	
Kiskatinaw 	
Landry  	
Lefeuvre
Little Prairie-Moberly Lake
Moberly Lake 	
Montney-Stoddart  	
McKibbin 	
Nelson Airport	
North Pine	
North Swan Lake	
Parker	
Pine View .
Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge	
Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst Ferry
Power Plant 	
Riverside 	
Rolla streets	
Shearer Dale 	
South Dawson 	
Farm and sett
ement — —_   _ __ —_ _ __ —_        	
Farm and sett
ement  __    —          _   _ __             _____
Farm and sett
ement        __ 	
Farm and sett
ement              _ _     	
Farm and sett
ement  ___       ________     _    __   _
Farm and sett
ement _.      —_   _      	
Farm and sett
ement          _   _ —_  	
Farm and sett
ement                                  .     .   __
Farm and sett
ement                           ..,               	
Farm and sett
ement                       .                                           ,
Farm and sett
ement ... .... .     ... __   __
Farm and sett
ement	
Farm and sett
ement                              .       .           . ..
Farm and sett
Farm and sett
ement ,, ,                  	
Farm and sett
ement                       _        	
Farm and sett
ement                                 ..     	
Farm and sett
ement         _..   	
Farm and sett
ement        _______   _ 	
Farm and sett
ement.  —_       	
Farm and sett
ement ..            _ _ _ 	
Farm and sett
ement                        __      _ __   _     ________
Farm and sett
ement                           _   _   	
Farm and sett
ement          —_ _
Farm and sett
ement                    _  _ __   ___    _ _ 	
Farm and sett
ement                       ...     ...      ________
Farm and sett
ement _  _ _.     _          _ __ __
Farm and sett
ement	
Roads,
$87,912.53      $417,006.38
South Pouce Coupe Subdivision
Stuckey 	
Sunset Prairie 	
393
512
698
2,085
541
684
904
976
1,595
809
820.
182.
3,422.
1,092.
2,910.
224.
896.
399.
749.
492.
993.
1,617,
2,393.
994.
1,526.
228.
532.
351,
4,407.
643,
1,384.
12,341,
5,034.
594.
543.
949.
8,052.
11,342.
359,
8,185.
2,129.
904.
184,
6,389.
842.
9,691,
3,877.
1,526
1,727,
274,
262.
200,
485
1,153
2,193
28,108
2,171
546
2,131
457,
1,955.
801.
804
4,485
92
92
43
42
24
10
96
57
38
04
56
84
75
31
14
71
22
63
99
69
32
26
77
86
48
,71
17
41
,08
49
85
.93
45
05
25
31
09
16
,53
67
19
00
.25
,40
.73
16
12
.18
,61
15
.64
,64
,69
,54
.33
.16
.23
.99
.16
.69
,95
.06
.38
.14
Carried forward..
$244,085.58      $417,006.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  163
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward	
Reg. No.
8.    Sunset Prairie-Alaska Highway
Tate Creek	
Taylor-Peace View	
Tupper-Gundy 	
Twidwell Bend	
Two Rivers	
Willow Valley 	
Wilson 	
Wood 	
York 	
17.
105.
20.
28.
107.
10.
104.
135.
40.
147r
Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek ....
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Garage Account	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
Vote 254—Classified Highways
110b. One Hundred and Second Avenue, Dawson Creek	
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways	
Vote 254—John Hart Highway
2.    John Hart Highway	
Total, Vote 254—John Hart Highway
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
40. Arras 	
309. Beatton 	
65. Brassey 	
39. Buffalo 	
67. Canyon 	
7. Dawson Town
304. Halfway	
73. Hays 	
38. Keizer 	
49. Knapp 	
53. Landry  	
37. Livingstone	
139. MacDonald ._..
135. North Rolla ___.
301. O'Brien 	
117. Sluggets	
34. Wabi 	
173. Zoerb 	
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 254—Classified Bridges
213.    One Hundred and Second Avenue, Dawson Creek	
Total, Vote 254—Classified Bridges	
Vote 254—Ferries
89.    Clayhurst	
69.    Hudson Hope
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
Carried forward	
$244,085.58      $417,006.38
1,034.84
2,730.17
937.84
4,354.16
532.07
2,228.22
1,249.16
487.18
724.38
296.31
1,151.54
2,921.35
12,056.52
31,163.75
784.77
$1,402.94
$30,000.00
$8,825.21
4,619.99
5,386.49
546.15
165.76
2,770.36
813.91
286.16
353.22
1,131.44
2,818.59
324.69
236.10
259.49
5,537.02
295.60
237.22
161.98
1,590.06
$4,077.23
$11,765.01
1,763.99
306,737.84
1,402.94
30,000.00
36,359.44
4,077.23
13,529.00
$809,112.83 P  164
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
vlO.
Alberl
Alces
Alces
Arras
Bessbi
Clayh
Dawsc
Dunvc
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farm
Farmi
Feller
Fort .
Fort J
Grout
Hans!
Hudsc
John
Kerr
Landr
Little
Mobe
Monti
North
Pine
Brought forward        ,   .   ...        ...	
       $809,112.83
Reg. I
1
Vote 255—Snow-removal
a Boundary—Dawson Creek            	
$5,367.70
151.
877.87
108
1,086.71
12
240.44
7.
jrough—Farmington             	
4,095.75
110.
4,481.31
32.
m Creek—Briar Ridge               ..    ..   .      	
858.96
146.
155.00
203.
and settlement                   ..     _ __ _ .
255.00
204.
and settlement                       —         _
231.70
205.
and settlement                   ..       . _
240.65
206.
and settlement                          ...... .      . .     ..
287.40
207.
and settlement                            _ __   _               _____   	
576.61
209.
and settlement                            	
778.08
210.
360.41
919
and settlement               _ _	
423.34
913
and settlement —  _     _	
1,176.20
914
and settlement   —     —     	
920.87
215.
216.
217.
918
and settlement  ..	
and settlement 	
and settlement 	
and settlement ____     ___     _ _
429.87
628.57
767.63
166.42
919
and settlement     ____         _
563.59
990
and settlement            _—    	
609.97
991
and settlement —_   —_     _        __
819.78 '
999
and settlement _ _                 _
342.66
224.
995
and settlement 	
and settlement
1,083.19
1,202.54
226.
227.
9?9
and settlement 	
and settlement 	
and settlement ____         _ _   _   _ __ 	
287.86
288.65
558.06
737
and settlement         _ _
234.45
949
and settlement                   .
947.26
943
and settlement 	
633.08
246.
248.
250.
253.
256.
259.
960
and settlement 	
and settlement 	
and  settlement         .  _               _                         _                __
and settlement 	
and settlement 	
and settlement 	
and settlement 	
153.12
265.57
249.12
305.28
617.44
1,364.08
476.48
961
and settlement     _.           _     ....
1,204.87
963
and settlement 	
421.68
265.
967
and settlement 	
and settlement _. ..    ...
234.99
315.54
969
and settlement   _   .
577.58
971
and settlement     __   ...
170.21
773
and settlement 	
620.45
275.
277.
6
and settlement 	
and settlement   	
ngton-Alberta Boundary
638.80
1,169.63
1,542.51
14
s Heights 	
501.25
103
?t. John-Boundary Lake 	
5,049.22
101.
11
St. John-Upper Pine 	
idbirch School      	
4,147.41
624.41
13
law     	
3,078.93
107
>n Hope       . .
6,708.69
7
Hart Highway 	
21,820.16
111
1,202.56
5
y      _____ ____           	
1,240.38
70
Prairie-Moberly Lake   _
1,033.50
77
rly Lake   ._„__      ...    _.         __ _
1,616.50
114
ley-Stoddart
1,564.65
113
Pine     _     	
575.87
117
View 	
349.84
Carried forward	
_____    $91,818.30      $809,112.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  165
PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward 	
Reg. No.
4.    Pouce Coupe-Briar Ridge 	
3.    Pouce Coupe-Clayhurst Ferry ...
35.    Stuckey   	
9.    Sunset Prairie 	
8.    Sunset Prairie-Alaska Highway
105.    Taylor-Peace View 	
20.    Tupper-Gundy   	
107.    Two Rivers 	
137.    Williams   	
10.    Willow Valley ._
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
$91,818.30      $809,112.83
1,059.12
10,947.59
235.30
1,310.26
680.88
651.08
815.11
1,578.75
446.44
655.90
1,456.80
Total expenditure, Peace River District 	
Summary of Expenditures, Peace River District
District expenditures as detailed above  	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report 	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 200)
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report	
111,655.53
$920,768.36
$920,768.36
Nil
133,632.46
Nil
Grand total, Peace River District     $1,054,400.82
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads
Subdivision roads, Port Edward Townsite   $785.61
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads  	
$785.61
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince Rupert city boundary
to Galloway Rapids Bridge (Project No. 77)     $39,008.90
Masset-Tow Hill (D.L.) (Project No. 181)  372.88
Galloway Rapids-Port Edward Road, reconstruction (Project No.
23 8)           20,000.00
Skidegate-Queen Charlotte Road (Project No. 240)       10,000.00
Seaplane Landing Road at Masset, Queen Charlotte Islands (D.L.)
(Project No. 241)         5,100.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads	
74,481.18
36.
3.
58.
66.
137.
40.
5.
57.
57.
9.
11.
16.
54.
55.
Vote 254
Collison Avenue 	
Cow Bay 	
Delkatla Beach 	
Dodge Cove 	
Jap Inlet	
Main Street, Masset .
Masset-Tow Hill 	
Minaker 	
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Minaker (Naval Station)	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
Old Masset-New Masset 	
Oona River (north)	
Oona River (south)	
Roads,
$162.54
551.49
1,009.87
937.22
2,455.44
119.08
851.16
675.46
6,800.00
10,314.91
11,238.11
1,926.54
1,645.17
1,484.38
Carried forward.
$40,171.37        $75,266.79 P  166
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Reg. No.
17.
18.
29.
38.
25.
25.
24.
127.
64.
122r.
Brought forward..
Port Clements-Mayer Lake
Port Clements-Tlell 	
Port Edward 	
Port Simpson streets
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate 	
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate (power-line clearing)___.
Skidegate-Tlell   	
Smith Island 	
Tow Hill-Tlell	
Arterial Highway, Prince Rupert	
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account .....'.	
Prince Rupert garage 	
Outside Parties Account 	
(Credit)
$40,171.37        $75,266.79
1,208.72
3,055.43
1,610.60
2,420.43
5,560.88
5,921.90
8,278.14
220.99
339.84
1,137.80
373.53
13,625.85
1,755.33
4,895.10
693.93
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
$89,881.98
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
4
81
81
68
87
92
Aberdeen 	
Delkatla  	
Dianna Creek 	
Dianna Creek (reconstruction)
Galloway Rapids 	
Green River ...
McClymont
Sundry bridges (units under $ 150)
Prince Rupert Wharf 	
Cow Bay Floats 	
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
$254.35
11,582.88
695.29
4,702.55
3,988.32
284.56
878.94
114.69
$4,753.50
210.85
22,501.58
Prince Rupert Wharf
Cow Bay Floats	
Vote 254—Wharves:  Maintenance
Total, Vote 254—Wharves:   Maintenance
$4,753.50
210.85
4,964.35
36.
40.
9.
11.
18.
29.
38.
25.
24.
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Collison Avenue 	
Main Sstreet, Masset  	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway 	
Port Clements-Tlell 	
Port Edward 	
Port Simpson streets
Queen Charlotte City-Skidegate _.
Skidegate-Tlell     	
122r. Arterial Highway, Prince Rupert
Sundry roads (units under $ 150) __
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
$155.11
167.66
4,796.98
7,215.52
163.21
1,951.21
797.01
157.29
205.30
3,819.05
411.00
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District 	
Summary of Expenditures, Prince Rupert District
19,839.34
$212,454.04
District expenditures as detailed above   $212,454.04
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 208)   195,399.58
Grand total, Prince Rupert District
$407,853.62 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 167
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Reg. No.
24.    Beaton-Trout Lake Road (Project No. 257)      $10,000.00
71.    Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road (Project No. 256) 	
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads .
20,000.00
$30,000.00
6.
22.
24.
11.
13.
23.
31.
Vote 254-
Austrian Settlement
Beaton-Camborne ...
Beaton-Trout Lake .
Begbie
71.
72.
97.
97.
78.
97y
90.
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend section)
Fourth Street Subdivision	
Golf-links (roads and branches)	
97g. Husted  --	
46.    Little Scotland Subdivision	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead .
Revelstoke (east)
Revelstoke-Sicamous (branch roads)
Sicamous-Mara Lake 	
Sidmouth-Sproat 	
Solsqua-Bowie
Trans-Canada Highway, Revelstoke (west)
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
.(Credit)
Roads,
$4,251.11
1,261.42
651.54
2,723.99
33,648.71
3,760.37
222.03
999.00
2,337.38
17,174.31
635.32
2,867.77
660.63
1,197.80
1,017.29
44,035.22
435.73
1,638.92
17,122.51
5,567.25
131,073.80
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
1.
16.
157b.
158b.
160a.
85.
87.
90.
97.
103.
108.
151.
153.
155.
157.
163.
164.
169.
170.
Austrian Settlement No. 1	
Begbie  	
Big Bend No. 13	
Big Bend No. 15	
Cranberry Creek 	
Revelstoke-Arrowhead No. 6
Revelstoke-Arrowhead No. 8
Revelstoke (east) No. 2	
Revelstoke (east) No. 6	
Revelstoke (west) No. 1	
Revelstoke (west) No. 6	
Revelstoke (west) No. 11	
Revelstoke (west) No. 13	
Revelstoke (west) No. 15	
Revelstoke (west) No. 17	
Revelstoke (west) No. 23	
Revelstoke (west) No. 25	
Sicamous-Mara No. 1 ..
Sicamous-Mara No. 2 .
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance
Vote 254—Ferries
Arrowhead-Beaton
Twelve Mile	
Twenty-four Mile .
$2,
509.41
153.31
398.72
181.76
465.87
439.95
961.94
796.58
901.45
179.12
808.47
214.31
154.91
531.49
643.30
086.19
411.54
002.92
934.79
737.36
$20,000.00
20,566.25
14,750.21
38,513.39
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
55,316.46
6.
22.
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Austrian Settlement
Beaton-Cambourne
$561.63
3,635.02
Carried forward
$4,196.65      $254,903.65 P 168 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $4,196.65      $254,903.65
Reg. No.
24.    Beaton-Trout Lake   5,954.09
11.    Begbie  1,418.39
13.    Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend section)  13,233.97
94a. Ferguson   2,097.00
23.    Fourth Street Subdivision  1,082.25
31.    Golf-links (roads and branches)  858.30
133.    Hall's Landing (south)   328.00
71. Revelstoke-Arrowhead  11,457.65
72. Revelstoke (east)   1,049.19
97.    Revelstoke-Sicamous (branch roads)   834.45
73. Revelstoke (south)   910.49
78.    Sidmouth-Sproat   156.00
80.    Ski Jump  163.81
90.    Trans-Canada Highway, Revelstoke (west)  19,888.97
Sundry roads (units under $150)  115.51
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   63,744.72
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District       $318,648.37
Summary of Expenditures, Revelstoke District
District expenditures as detailed above  $318,648.37
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 193)  223.00
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report   Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 208)        33,732.12
Grand total, Revelstoke District  $352,603.49
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
15.    Castlegar-Trail Road (Project No. 237)      $14,940.73
54.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Rossland-Cascade, gravelling
and  reconstruction   between   Rossland   and  westerly   district
boundary (Project No. 287)        22,924.03
72.    Trail-Salmo Highway, Bear Creek-Fruitvale section and extension,
Affleck's Corner-Fruitvale (Project No. 78)  252.50
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads         $38,117.26
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial  Highway,  acquisition  of right-of-way
near Trail (Project No. 299)      $13,250.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," Sec. 2 (a):   Roads 13,250.00
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
3.    Big Sheep Creek   $1,576.14
5.    Blueberry   664.70
7.    Bruce Subdivision  274.16
11. Casino   2,515.98
12. Castlegar-Nelson (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3)  942.64
15. Castlegar-Trail (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3)  5,626.53
16. China Creek   191.17
20. Columbia Garden Station  388.35
21. Columbia-Kootenay   201.16
27. Deer Park-Syringa Creek  3,090.72
28. Deschamps (north)   286.36
Carried forward     $15,757.91        $51,367.26 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 169
Reg. No.
30.
31.
32.
35.
36.
39.
45.
48.
51.
52.
53.
54.
56.
61.
63.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward     $15,757.91        $51,367.26
124r.
144r.
Drake's Lower	
Drake's Upper 	
Duncan  	
Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens
Fruitvale Subdivision 	
I.XL.-Midnite  	
Milestone	
Renata (north) 	
Red Mountain 	
Robson-Syringa 	
Robson (west) 	
Rossland-Cascade (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3)
Rossland-Paterson 	
Schofield Highway (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No. 3)
Shale Pit	
Trail Creek  :	
Trail-Fort Sheppard 	
Trail-Pend d'Oreille 	
Trail-Salmo 	
Violin Lake	
Waneta 	
Warfield 	
Warfield Subdivision
Nelson Subdivision ...
Trail Arterial
Rossland Arterial (Southern Trans-Provincial Highway No.
New garage and equipment-shed, Rossland 	
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account
3)
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Outside Parties Account (Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
382.50
514.85
242.57
3,212.21
17,231.97
182.29
410.09
1,049.42
514.26
5,021.10
408.60
21,590.47
1,977.39
23,807.33
1,581.35
1,610.01
461.81
5,699.02
12,783.50
461.67
94,447.51
254.32
1,988.62
1,234.12
693.27
546.09
19,295.50
1,292.99
1,930.58
4,370.88
7,060.45
142.64
233,751.11
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
12.    Castlegar-Trail No. 1
13.
14,
18.
58.
31.
5.
7.
10.
40.
28.
67.
Castlegar-Trail No. 2
Castlegar-Trail No. 3
Columbia River	
Davis Street 	
Deer Park No. 1 	
Marsh Creek	
Rossland-Cascade No.
Rossland-Cascade No.
Rossland-Cascade No. 10 .
Trail-Pend d'Oreille No. 3
Trail-Salmo No. 2	
Waneta
Sundry bridges (units under $150)
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance
$1,384.43
877.11
442.27
1,496.97
1,392.13
430.36
215.70
2,954.91
461.43
572.27
785.01
197.59
15,966.05
819.71
27,995.94
Vote 254—Ferries
73.    Castlegar
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
$41,284.94
41,284.94
Vote 255—Snow-removal
1.    Austad 	
5.    Blueberry 	
7.    Bruce Subdivision
Carried forward..
$337.39
191.56
271.62
$800.57  $354,399.25 P  170
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Reg. No.
11.
15.
16.
21.
27.
30.
31.
32.
35.
36.
39.
45.
48.
51.
52.
53.
54.
56.
61.
69.
71.
72.
73.
73.
76.
124r.
144r.
Brought forward..
Casino 	
Castlegar-Trail
China Creek	
Columbia-Kootenay 	
Deer Park-Syringa Creek
Drake's Lower 	
Drake's Upper 	
Duncan 	
Fruitvale-Columbia Gardens
Fruitvale Subdivision 	
I.X.L.-Midnite   	
Milestone  	
Renata (north)  	
Red Mountain
Robson-Syringa Creek
Robson (west) 	
Rossland-Cascade 	
Rossland-Paterson 	
Schofield Highway	
Trail Creek 	
Trail-Pend d'Oreille
Trail-Salmo 	
Violin Lake	
Warfield 	
Warfield Subdivision
Trail Arterial 	
Rossland Arterial 	
Sundry roads (units under $150)
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal
$800.57      $354,399.25
2,908.35
10,462.61
274.89
237.40
717.89
199.87
569.92
451.72
546.00
3,534.50
537.41
618.93
184.54
1,849.15
1,427.29
322.33
9,001.24
6,312.58
9,210.18
985.26
3,165.49
4,502.13
547.80
193.21
3,132.86
1,835.86
651.13
593.72
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District
Summary of Expenditures, Rossland-Trail District
65,774.83
$420,174.08
District expenditures as detailed above	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 193)	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 201).
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 208)	
$420,174.08
6,851.86
384,832.15
198,384.48
Grand total, Rossland-Trail District
.... $1,010,242.57
SAANICH DISTRICT
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
124. Admiral Avenue
101. Amelia Avenue 	
253. Amity Drive 	
272. Bay View 	
186. Bazan Bay 	
104. Beacon Avenue 	
1. Burnside 	
12. Camden Avenue ....
2. Chancellor Avenue
242. Charlebois   	
213. Clayton    	
4. Conard Street 	
111. Cromar Avenue
113. Downey    	
114. East Saanich 	
6. Eaton Avenue 	
260. Emard Terrace 	
Roads,
$368.92
396.77
181.98
159.93
306.01
699.16
191.78
632.38
1,059.03
167.09
433.12
511.86
221.11
267.52
4,466.72
360.19
342.35
Carried forward  $10,765.92 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 171
Vote 254
SAANICH DISTRICT—Continued
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward..
10.
136.
132.
135.
184.
7.
116.
8.
234.
150.
183.
118.
11.
121.
299.
179.
172.
298.
107.
256.
129.
239.
278.
119.
133.
289.
137.
5.
157.
225.
215.
134.
187.
16.
115.
144.
122.
159.
169r.
173r.
28r.
29r.
170r.
174r.
Erskine Lane ___.
Fifth Street  ..__..
First Street   ______
Fourth Street ...
Harbour 	
Helmcken 	
Henry Avenue _.
High Street _._...
Land's End	
Lochside 	
Lovell Avenue ..
Madrona Drive
Midwood   	
Mills 	
Moses Point 	
Mount Baker Avenue
Munro 	
McDonald   	
McTavish 	
Ocean Avenue 	
Orchard Avenue _.
Pleasant Street .___.
Princess Avenue _.
Resthaven Drive _.
Second Street 	
Seventh Street 	
Sixth Street 	
St. Giles Street ....
Swartz Bay 	
Tapping   	
Tatlow  	
Third Street 	
Tryon 	
Vickery  	
Wains Cross-road
Weiler Avenue	
West  Saanich  	
Wilson 	
East Saanich 	
East Saanich 	
Island Highway 	
Quadra and Saanich
West Saanich 	
West Saanich 	
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Plant and tools 	
Supervision 	
$10,765.92
244.71
406.95
322.34
736.36
383.16
338.10
126.27
521.51
188.49
879.80
208.11
018.12
200.41
342.81
245.00
007.97
221.04
841.52
265.11
202.73
551.29
238.42
429.12
569.06
715.23
160.22
699.34
959.78
318.39
172.39
973.66
849.10
725.89
316.35
,188.53
,653.40
700.81
286.59
416.42
.449.35
152.56
979.83
445.71
,702.78
848.80
,343.41
,234.82
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
.1,547.68
Vote 254—Classified Highways
85b. Keating Cross-road 	
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
$77.32
77.32
Brentwood-Mill Bay 	
Fulford Harbour Landing
Swartz Bay Landing 	
Vote 254—Ferries
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
Carried forward	
$13,016.60
1,670.16
569.57
15,256.33
$96,881.33 P 172 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SAANICH DISTRICT— Continued
Brought forward         $96,881.33
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Reg. No.
246.    Ardmore    $ 187.57
113. Downey     179.78
114. East Saanich   293.78
234.    Land's End   164.88
118.    Madrona Drive   264.76
107.    McTavish   278.78
157.    Swartz Bay   150.72
115. Wains Cross-road   268.11
173r. East Saanich   880.61
28r. Island Highway   215.15
29r. Quadra and Saanich   339.79
174r. West Saanich   1,066.21
Sundry roads (units under $150)  1,130.29
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   5,420.43
Total expenditure, Saanich District        $102,301.76
Summary of Expenditures, Saanich District
District expenditures as detailed above  $102,301.76
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 201)     156,460.12
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report   Nil
Grand total, Saanich District   $258,761.88
SALMON ARM DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
26.    Schweb's Bridge (Project No. 108)       $3,672.46
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges __ $3,672.46
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
1.    Adams Lake  $655.62
191.    Aylmer   294.32
443.    Bear Creek  460.08
138.    Bischoff   347.05
21.    Bolton   --  1,482.90
356.    Branchflower   364.88
23. Calhoun  170.51
24. Carlin   1,611.09
501.    Canoe Point  236.83
311. Cedar Hill   714.93
194. Chase-Falkland  2,932.59
195. Chase streets   510.61
312. China Valley   656.59
401.    Davies   219.58
292.    Douglas Lake _„_. 819.22
365.    Edes  _.  340.75
141.    Evans   483.68
248.    Forestry    165.45
358.    Haines  264.32
205.    Hanbury   1,721.66
341.   jleywood-Armstrong    503.50
317.    Kamloops-Vernon  7,256.25
223.    Kamloops-Shuswap  417.91
146.    Line 17  1,756.94
199.    Loakin Creek  212.28
Carried forward     $24,599.54 $3,672.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 173
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward  $24,599.54          $3,672.46
Reg. No.
252.    Lower Duck Range  311.68
255.    Martin Prairie  551.67
148.    Meadow Creek   930.38
293. Monte Lake Station  645.93
403.    Notch Hill-Blind Bay  382.42
294. Paxton Valley  762.39
227.    Pritchard-Pinantan   1,643.29
278.    Robbin Range   314.02
360.    Salmon River  3,349.69
505.    Seymour Arm   220.45
321.    Six Mile Creek   351.21
30.    Skimiken   713.52
109.    Sorrento streets   1,285.58
67.    Sorrento-Eagle Bay     5,215.13
446. Squilax-Anglemont     8,021.72
447. Squilax-Turtle Valley  2,611.47
28. Sunnybrae   479.20
29. Tappen-Notch Hill   2,597.78
33.    Tappen Valley   507.80
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm-Sicamous   29,886.07
261.    Upper Duck Range  1,547.57
204.    V.L.A.  3,171.09
56.    White Lake   799.24
363.    Yankee Flats   943.63
146r. Canoe Road  1,026.18
38r. Trans-Provincial Highway, Municipality of Salmon Arm (Arterial) 3,391.78
26b. Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie  1,429.05
23b and 80b. Salmon Arm-Enderby  151.90
Sundry roads (units under $150)  2,787.42
Garage Account   4,025.78
Plant and tools   18,131.34
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 4,284.53
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         118,501.39
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
115.    Bolton   $2,879.99
3.    DeFosses   206.36
21.    Haines   2,558.49
96.    Lower Kent   166.71
60.    McConnell  442.85
65.    Pritchard   556.97
9.    Sicamous Foot —       987.59
17.    Stoney Creek   454.72
112.    Taylor  290.64
71.    Webb   218.47
Sundry bridges (units under $150)       928.62
11.    Sicamous   (Credit) 1,845.12
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance  7,846.29
Vote 254—Ferries
3.    Sorrento-Scotch Creek     $49,012.06
6.    Shuswap        17,264.39
Total, Vote 254—Ferries  66,276.45
Vote 255—Snow-removal
441.    Adams Lake   $348.21
191.   Aylmer   173.29
443.   Bear Creek                248.54
21.    Bolton   189.95
Carried forward  $959.99      $192,624.13 P  174 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SALMON ARM DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward..:.  $959.99      $192,624.13
Reg. No.
146r. Canoe  109.59
194. Chase-Falkland   854.74
195. Chase streets  445.14
311.    Cedar Hill   458.74
401.    Davies  163.68
292.    Douglas Lake   466.50
141.    Evans  177.70
341.    Heywood-Armstrong    224.42
223.    Kamloops-Shuswap  802.60
317.    Kamloops-Vernon   3,800.16
146.    Line 17   743.38
252. Lower Duck Range  240.34
253. Martin Creek  202.43
255.    Martin Prairie   885.12
148.    Meadow Creek   622.49
403.    Notch Hill-Blind Bay  320.68
294.    Paxton Valley   659.93
227.    Pritchard-Pemberton   1,140.07
360.    Salmon River —  1,292.53
321.    Six Mile Creek   204.83
30.    Skimiken  524.02
67.    Sorrento-Eagle Bay   1,259.95
446. Squilax-Anglemont   4,144.3 6
447. Squilax-Turtle Valley   303.55
28. Sunnybrae   535.54
29. Tappen-Notch Hill   422.79
33.    Tappen Valley  702.58
1.    Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops-Salmon Arm-Sicamous  12,154.59
261.    Upper Duck Range  644.58
204.    V.L.A.   207.58
56.    White Lake   645.08
363.    Yankee Flats  902.48
38r. Trans-Provincial Highway, Municipality of Salmon Arm (Arterial) 783.92
Sundry roads (units under $150)  2,050.51
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   40,056.59
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District       $236,353.18
Summary of Expenditures, Salmon Arm District
District expenditures as detailed above  $236,353.18
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 194)  37,731.01
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 201)... 638,346.69
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 209)  117,157.01
Grand total, Salmon Arm District  $1,029,587.89
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
72.    Merritt-Princeton Road, reconstruction and gravelling, Mile 1 to
Mile 5 (Project No. 94)   $105.41
24.    Princeton-Copper Mountain Road (Project No. 213)          5,000.00
7.    Okanagan Highway reconstruction, U.S. boundary to 6 miles north
(Project No. 228)        45,372.71
72.    Merritt-Princeton Road, reconstruction and gravelling, Mile 1 to
Mile 5 (Project No. 258)        30,000.00
21.    V.L.A. development at Cawston (Project No. 265)          9,500.00
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads         $89,978.12
Carried forward  $89,978.12 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 175
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued
Brought forward	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Reg. No.
30.    Keogan Creek Bridge No. 2 (Project No. 75)        $3,017.76
34.    Osoyoos Lake Bridge (Project No. 74)          8,168.87
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Permanent Bridges
$89,978.12
11,186.63
Vote 254-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
11.
13.
16.
18.
114.
112.
21.
24.
25.
31.
36.
38.
40.
3.
45.
47.
53.
55.
4.
57.
60.
5.
6.
63.
66.
70.
7.
8.
72.
74.
75.
76.
110.
78.
79.
80.
9.
10.
81.
2.
83.
86.
116.
89.
90.
91.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
99.
104.
105.
Allenby  	
Allison-Copper Mountain
Armstrong-Chopaka 	
Ashnola 	
Allison Townsite streets ...
Black Mine Road 	
Cawston roads 	
Copper Mountain
Cross-roads from One Mile to Five Mile
Dog Lake 	
Fairview Amalgamated	
Fairview-White Lake 	
Five Mile-Princeton 	
Hedley-Keremeos  (S.T.P.H.)
Hedley-Nickel Plate 	
Hedley streets 	
Kaleden Townsite 	
Keremeos-Cawston 	
Keremeos-Green Mountain (S.T.P.H.)
Keremeos streets 	
Marron Valley branch
Marron Valley (S.T.P.H.) 	
Marron Valley Junction-Oliver (S.T.P.H.)
Myers Flat-Okanagan Falls 	
McLean Creek 	
Okanagan Falls streets
Oliver-Osoyoos (S.T.P.H.) 	
Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain (S.T.P.H.)
One Mile-Princeton ...
Osoyoos orchards
Oliver-Camp McKinney „
OI iver-Cawston 	
Oliver Ranch 	
Penticton-Green Mountain
Penticton-Carmi  	
Penticton Creek	
Penticton-Summerland 	
Penticton-Marron Valley Junction
Pleasant Valley Coal Mine	
Princeton-Hedley (S.T.P.H.) 	
Princeton-Otter Lake 	
Princeton streets 	
Princeton-Stirling Creek
Richter Pass	
Reserve 	
Shingle Creek
South Keremeos roads
S.O.L.P. roads 	
South Similkameen 	
Stirling Creek	
Summers Creek 	
Tulameen Coal Mine
White Lake	
White Lake (branch)
Roads,
$249.71
246.54
1,227.85
604.33
501.46
458.06
5,935.19
8,323.29
156.82
2,314.01
798.90
669.93
2,140.89
6,128.94
3,006.37
200.05
1,210.56
306.00
3,966.79
1,606.94
385.50
4,743.04
5,597.97
260.80
1,294.31
177.09
1,058.24
400.41
9,452.63
2,363.38
538.47
313.91
152.58
2,326.44
355.58
304.98
4,126.42
1,362.65
466.26
2,924.98
546.15
3,137.70
385.97
2,300.42
390.53
1,547.55
1,698.75
10,134.57
2,328.81
169.25
1,441.34
238.34
905.65
953.99
Carried forward  $104,837.29      $101,164.75 P 176
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Brought forward  $ 104,837.29
Reg. No.
182r. Penticton, Main Street
Fencing of right-of-way, Oliver (south)
Sundry roads (units under $150) 	
Retaining-wall, Princeton 	
Princeton oil-shed 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account.
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account
.(Credit)
Outside Parties Account
.(Credit)
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
4,349.08
351.89
835.59
386.53
2,742.06
14,503.24
11,162.80
14,585.22
45.27
$101,164,75
124,701.95
29b. Penticton-Naramata
Vote 254—Classified Highways
$304.11
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways
304.11
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:  Hope-Princeton
Hope-Princeton   	
Garage Account 	
Plant and tools 	
Outside Parties Account	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Total, Vote 254—Hope-Princeton
$186,620.30
6,103.44
5,041.43
19.64
635.97
198,420.78
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
41.    Ashnola No. 1   $290.18
29.    Marron Valley Junction-Oliver No. 1   203.48
31. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver No. 3   352.07
32. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver No. 4  384.69
33. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver No. 5   352.27
105. One Mile-Princeton No. 1   237.25
106. One Mile-Princeton No. 2  1,353.90
112.    Oliver-Camp McKinney No. 1   320.42
125.    Penticton-Green Mountain No. 1   452.19
135.    Penticton-Green Mountain No. 11   383.43
38.    Penticton-Marron Valley Junction No. 2  197.56
36.    Penticton-Summerland No. 2   237.56
13. Princeton-Hedley No. 1   179.55
14. Princeton-Hedley No. 2   265.65
147.    South Keremeos No. 2  342.11
Sundry bridges (units under $150)   1,615.13
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance 	
7,167.44
Vote 255—Snow-removal
11.
21.
24.
31.
36.
38.
40.
42.
3.
45.
47.
48.
53.
Allenby 	
Cawston roads —
Copper Mountain
Dog Lake
Fairview Amalgamated 	
Fairview-White Lake 	
Five Mile-Princeton 	
Grand Oro 	
Hedley-Keremeos (S.T.P.H.)
Hedley-Nickel Plate	
Hedley streets
Hedley-Twenty Mile
Kaleden Townsite —
$165.94
595.72
5,519.70
231.58
171.96
668.24
1,170.49
243.84
2,847.59
2,714.25
181.71
194.40
713.61
Carried forward..
$15,419.03      $431,759.03 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  177
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $ 15,419.03      $431,759.03
Reg. No.
4. Keremeos-Green Mountain (S.T.P.H.)   3,253.13
57.    Keremeos streets   756.12
5. Marron Valley (S.T.P.H.)   4,010.30
6. Marron Valley Junction-Oliver (S.T.P.H.)   2,467.91
60.    Marron Valley Branch   300.68
66.    McLean Creek   259.52
7. Oliver-Osoyoos (S.T.P.H.)   815.45
8. Osoyoos-Sidley Mountain (S.T.P.H.)    282.05
69. Osoyoos Townsite Road  202.40
70. Okanagan Falls streets   459.57
72. One Mile-Princeton  4,157.78
74. Osoyoos orchards   1,303.47
76. Oliver-Cawston   153.74
9. Penticton-Summerland   330.85
10. Penticton-Marron Valley Junction  .  1,230.12
78. Penticton-Green Mountain          1,905.87
79. Penticton-Carmi   969.78
2.    Princeton-Hedley (S.T.P.H.)   285.10
83. Princeton-Otter Lake   273.37
89. Richter Pass  642.81
91. Shingle Creek   775.23
93. South Keremeos roads  820.06
94. S.O.L.P. roads   1,243.60
95. South Similkameen   922.45
97. Summers Creek   249.04
104. White Lake   695.42
105. White Lake branch  .  504.23
116.    Princeton-Stirling Creek   173.45
182r. Penticton, Main Street   399.87
Sundry roads (units under $150)          1,864.11
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal .  47,126.51
Vote 255—Snow-removal: Hope-Princeton Highway
1.    Hope-Princeton (S.T.P.H.)   $103,389.00
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal:  Hope-Princeton Highway         103,389.00
Total expenditure, Similkameen District       $582,274.54
Summary of Expenditures, Similkameen District
District expenditures as detailed above   $582,274.54
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 194)         6,938.79
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 201)       87,353.82
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 209)     155,731.57
Grand total, Similkameen District  $832,298.72
SKEENA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:  Roads
Kitwanga-Hazelton Road, Nash Gullies (Project No. 259)         $334.68
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1935," Sec. 6:   Roads   $334.68
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Kitwanga-Hazelton Road, Nash Gullies (Project No. 259)     $19,787.39
East approach, Smithers Bridge (Project No. 186) :       14,370.18
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  34,157.57
Carried forward         $34,492.25 P  178
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SKEENA DISTRICT (EAST)— Continued
Brought forward	
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Permanent Bridges
Reg. No.
97.    Anlaw Bridge over Skeena River on Kispiox Valley Road (Project
No. 48)        $6,556.00
2.
3.
11.
118.
17.
13.
27.
23.
60.
171.
124.
103.
30.
137.
35.
37.
104.
104.
49.
40.
123.
58.
236.
125.
62.
64.
25.
109.
154.
146.
163.
19.
90.
107.
143.
33b.
33a.
33.
32.
91.
77.
50r.
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):  Permanent Bridges
Vote 254-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets
Adams 	
Aitken  	
Babine-Jollymore  	
Billiter   	
Bulkley Canyon 	
Cedarvale-Woodcock 	
Cronin   .    	
Dorreen Mine 	
Driftwood 	
Eckman   	
Fox 	
Gilbert  _ 	
Glacier Gulch     	
Glen Meadow-Salmon Creek
Hazelton streets 	
Hudson Bay Mountain 	
Hynes  Settlement 	
Kathlyn Lake (west side) 	
Kathlyn Lake (west side) 	
Kispiox Valley	
Kitwanga Valley   	
Malkow   	
Maney   	
Maney   	
Newens   	
New Hazelton High Level 	
Nine Mile Mountain 	
Owens 	
Palmeson   	
Pope 	
Silver Standard __
Smithers-Babine
Snake   	
Tatlow   	
Telkwa High 	
Yelich   	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Pacific-Kitwanga   	
Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing 	
Skeena Crossing-South Hazelton
South Hazelton-Moricetown 	
Moricetown-Smithers 	
Smithers-Omineca Boundary 	
Smithers   (Arterial)   	
Sundry roads (units under $ 150).
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit)
Plant and tools 	
Garage Account 	
Supervision  	
Outside Parties Account 	
Roads,
$266.59
225.56
117.64
182.20
150.57
614.34
720.52
197.20
237.77
133.72
325.93
61.92
131.73
280.09
231.52
3,317.37
1,925.57
425.43
425.43
4,049.63
1,740.00
166.24
298.67
1,026.10
90.87
4,720.48
419.54
870.45
57.42
86.25
889.89
12,688.68
317.13
577.46
4,605.15
225.13
10,386.57
1,897.87
8,725.67
14,330.62
9,077.48
4,097.39
3,795.38
611.43
60.38
15,874.70
9,726.18
849.00
11.58
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets 	
Vote 254—Classified Highways
58b. Smithers   (Secondary)   	
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways	
Carried forward	
$3,798.33
$34,492.25
6,556.00
121,698.25
3,798.33
$166,544.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  179
SKEENA DISTRICT (EAST)— Continued
Brought forward  	
       $166,544.83
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
Reg. No.
97.    Anlaw   ...                     	
$164.67
20.    Canyon Creek                        	
300.00
243.    Cedar Creek                                                                         	
3,812.35
139.    Cherry Tree                        ...   - -
225.00
500.00
137.    Elephant                                                                      	
225.00
Elliots                                                                   	
379.15
4,154.71
465.78
308.28
83.    Porphry                                                   ... ______     	
4,955.10
397.96
319.91
108.    Trout Creek                                    	
334.88
2,615.74
742.92
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
19,901.45
Vote 254—Ferries
78
Cedarvale                                            ... __ 	
$6,120.38
79
3,609.75
80
Hazelton                                                  _    	
3,917.39
81
4,454.12
83
Usk                                                                              _   	
7,019.05
Total, Vote 254—Ferries 	
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Adams    •       __ _     _ __ _ 	
9
           25,120.69
$184.68
3
Aitken  ___                _          ________   _ _ 	
104.33
11.
118
Babine-Jollymore  	
Billiter ___     _ __   	
78.66
173.67
170
Cedarvale Ferry                                                      .          	
161.83
17
Cedarvale—Woodcock                                        .   _       . .. ..
778.19
13
Cronin   ._                                                      __     __ —_ 	
397.26
97
Dorreen Mine                                                          	
52.25
9S
Driftwood                                                               __        _
763.82
60
155.86
P4
Gilbert                                    	
107.19
103
Glacier Gulch                        _ _..   ...    . 	
282.93
30.
35
Glen Meadow-Salmon Creek 	
Hudson Bay Mountain        . .   . 	
194.28
2,003.04
37
Hynes Settlement
243.99
104
Kathlyn Lake (west side)            _ _        .. 	
154.46
49
Kispiox Valley   .. ...            .. 	
1,739.29
40
Kitwanga Valley
1,806.05
193
Malkow .     _.                 .    ....
38.99
58
Maney   _.                                               .     . 	
124.93
195
Newens  _         ______     _   _ _ 	
134.61
69
New Hazelton High Level        ______   	
1,131.70
64
Nine Mile Mountain
231.27
95
Owens        _ __   _ __     	
186.96
109
Palmeson
213.44
154
Pope 	
76.47
146
Silver Standard _ _ _         _ _   _     	
732.83
163
Smithers-Babine      _ __ —_        . .   	
2,317.39
19
Snake                                .        .        	
491.78
90
Tatlow 	
259.05
107
Telkwa High                ... —.     	
2,208.62
143
Yelich 	
112.87
33b
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Pacific—Kitwanga   ...      	
4,881.65
Carried forward	
_____    $22,524.34      $211,566.97 P  180 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SKEENA DISTRICT (EAST)—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward     $22,524.34      $211,566.97
Reg. No.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—Continued
33a.          Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing  1,287.38
33.            Skeena Crossing-South Hazelton  1,861.06
32.            South Hazelton-Moricetown   3,602.00
91.            Moricetown-Smithers   4,460.13
77.            Smithers-Omineca Boundary   1,171.03
50r.          Smithers (Arterial)    25.00
Sundry roads (units under $150)  875.64
Plant and tools   398.88
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   36,205.46
Total expenditure, Skeena District (East)       $247,772.43
Summary of Expenditures, Skeena District (East)
District expenditures as detailed above   $247,772.43
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, Skeena District (East)  $247,772.43
SKEENA DISTRICT (WEST)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   gravelling,   Terrace   west
(Project No. 184)        $6,619.40
Hot Springs Road (Project No. 185) (Credit) 150.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads  $6,469.40
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a):
Garages, Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds
Site for new Public Works garage and yard at Terrace  $800.00
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1946," Sec. 2 (a): Garages,
Repair-shops, and Equipment-sheds   800.00
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Agar   $441.18
9.    Brauns Island  335.33
105.    Cedar River   702.66
87.    Eby   360.97
8.    Hampton   218.93
43.    Kalum   10,122.16
29.    Kalum (south road)   545.90
45.    Keith   1,160.09
52.    Lakelse Lake   1,727.89
99.    Lanfere  376.30
300.    Port Essington streets   2,142.98
7.    Remo   3,777.78
173.    Skeena City-Terrace  19,337.62
173.    Skeena City-Terrace (storm-damage)   20,099.59
173.    Skeena City-Terrace (Bayou Bridge replacement)  3,248.84
173.    Skeena City-Terrace (Kwinitsa tunnel guard-rail)   3,004.58
169.    Terrace-Airport Road   260.28
102.    Terrace-Usk   12,737.77
102.    Terrace-Usk (Edgar Bridge replacement)  2,478.04
102.    Terrace-Usk (Mason Bridge replacement)  2,232.40
Carried forward     $85,311.29 $7,269.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 181
SKEENA DISTRICT (WEST)—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Brought forward..
Reg. No.
33c. Usk-Pacific 	
51r. Arterial Highway, Terrace
51r. Arterial Highway, Terrace (surfacing)
Sundry roads (units under $150)	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account	
Terrace garage 	
Outside Parties Account 	
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets	
Vote 254—Classified Highways
67b. Secondary Highway, Terrace  - $375.23
$85,311.29
$7,269.40
3,615.52
792.18
9,732.84
655.06
4,885.33
933.32
5,427.41
599.27
111,952.22
Total, Vote 254—Classified Highways  375.23
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
14. Cedar Creek   $710.10
161. Copper Slough  171.35
168. Copper Suspension   738.91
32. Deep Creek  264.95
167. Edgar    207.96
288. Egan No. 1   461.82
339. Esker   787.00
346. Exchamsiks  212.71
368. Inver   359.09
363. Kasiks   347.94
347. Khyex    570.18
330. Kitsumgallum   304.26
65. Leanto   240.04
337. Shames  _. 182.77
90. Spring Creek No. 2  19,000.00
301. St. Croix   2,200.58
91. Swede Creek   182.27
135. Terrace  338.61
Sundry bridges (units under $150)  1,157.00
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:  Maintenance  28,437.54
Vote 255—Snow-removal
43.    Kalum .___  $5,313.63
45.    Keith   1,956.79
52.    Lakelse Lake  4,282.76
99.    Lanfere    225.90
300.    Port Essington streets   765.08
7.    Remo   1,283.24
173.    Skeena City-Terrace  30,417.87
96.    Station Road-Usk   1,780.00
169.    Terrace-Airport Road   313.44
102.    Terrace-Usk          .... 4,186.06
33c Usk-Pacific  2,697.18
51r. Arterial Highway, Terrace   499.05
Sundry roads (units under $150)  480.66
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   54,201.66
Total expenditure, Skeena District (West)       $202,236.05
Summary of Expenditures, Skeena District (West)
District expenditures as detailed above  $202,236.05
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 209)       10,261.02
Grand total, Skeena District (West)   $212,497.07 P  182 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
Reg. No.
2. Imperial Street   $629.42
3. Marine Drive  24,640.40
University Endowment Lands   9,835.83
Garage Account  777.73
Plant Repair and Rental Account (Credit) 4,388.72
Plant and tools   721.44
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets         $32,216.10
Vote 255—Snow-removal
Marine Drive        $2,173.11
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal   2,173.11
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District         $34,389.21
Summary of Expenditures, Vancouver-Point Grey District
District expenditures as detailed above  $34,389.21
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  $34,389.21
YALE DISTRICT
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
14.    Coalmont Road, reconstruct Red Bluff section (Project No. 278) $4,000.00
35.    Kamloops-Merritt Road, Merritt-Nicola section (Project No. 290) 10,000.00
35.    Merritt-Kamloops Road, Mile  18 to Mile  19  (Project No. 208) 9.64
70.    Merritt-Princeton Road, reconstruct Mile 63.5 to Mile 65 (Project
No. 260)   20,000.00
44.    Spences Bridge-Merritt Road, Mile 32 to Mile 35 (Project No. 204) 12,000.00
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads          $46,009.64
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments: Roads,
Trails, and Streets
10. Boston Bar Station   $304.46
11. Brookmere   1,810.05
12. Chaumox   1,314.92
14. Coalmont   9,022.33
17. Coldwater   1,780.91
19. Collettville streets   242.83
25. Douglas Lake  3,526.97
26. Eight Mile   358.97
35. Kamloops     29,233.33
36. Kane Valley   346.03
40. Lauder   .      495.61
102. Lindgren (Kawkawa Lake)   338.18
45. Loon Lake   388.56
46. Mamette Lake   3,483.64
55. Mill Creek  1  616.64
56. Minnie Lake   993.98
58. Neale     460.08
98. Othello   1,649.19
64. Penask Lake   873.06
65. Petite Creek   204.53
67. Planet Mine   176.84
70. Princeton    12,792.60
Carried forward     $70,413.71        $46,009.64 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 183
YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 254—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Trails, and Streets—Continued
Roads,
Reg. No.
72.    Rey Lake _.
Rice -   	
Silver Creek
Brought forward     $70,413.71
74.
59.
44.
103.
82.
Spences Bridge 	
Tom Berry (Old Yale)..
Trans-Canada Highway
Voght Valley
Sundry roads (units under $150).
Garage Account	
Plant and tools 	
Plant Repair and Rental Account
Total, Vote 254—Roads, Trails, and Streets
189.05
228.80
748.11
21,529.49
670.40
81,657.91
424.65
982.78
3,920.79
3,221.03
212.08
$46,009.64
184,198.80
Vote 254—Bridges: Maintenance
85.
102.
112.
75.
261.
51.
241.
67.
74.
300.
61.
257.
111.
104.
344.
80.
242.
273.
345.
77.
79.
76.
305.
81.
83.
113.
243.
84.
71.
Alexander
Anderson  _
Cisco 	
Clarke  	
Collettville
Coquihalla
Curnow
Emory 	
Flume 	
Guichon Cattle Pass
Hope 	
Lindley 	
Nigger Creek 	
Nine Mile	
Otter Creek	
Overhead  	
Rattlesnake 	
Rey Creek 	
Roberts  	
Saddle Rock	
Sailor Bar 	
Sawmill 	
Slough   	
Spuzzum 	
Swan 	
Tank Creek 	
Three Mile 	
Tierney 	
Yale   	
Sundry bridges (units under $150).
$353.69
883.16
444.71
607.51
185.45
3,771.95
317.63
1,149.21
173.63
727.68
176.70
155.84
319.41
4,512.79
483.67
1,290.94
241.24
226.24
1,007.61
270.41
2,756.23
2,566.34
445.79
1,087.15
3,396.48
2,568.19
238.94-
2,454.57
365.27
1,518.83
Total, Vote 254—Bridges:   Maintenance
34,697.26
49.
91.
Vote 254—Ferries
Lytton	
North Bend Aerial
Total, Vote 254—Ferries
$1,224.26
36,272.94
37,497.20
Vote 255—Snow-removal
4
11
12
14
17
25
91
Anderson  	
Brookmere ____
Chaumox 	
Coalmont 	
Coldwater _____
Douglas Lake
Fraser 	
$284.39
1,494.99
1,442.12
4,702.11
891.17
680.86
286.23
Carried forward..
',781.87      $302,402.90 P  184 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 255—Snow-removal—Continued
Brought forward  $9,781.87      $302,402.90
Reg. No.
100.    Haig Station   192.52
33.    Iron Mountain   585.73
35. Kamloops     4,653.08
36. Kane Valley  1,490.39
40.    Lauder    257.65
46.    Mamette Lake   4,142.03
57.    Midday Valley   376.22
55.    Mill Creek   224.46
98.    Othello    465.59
65.    Petite Creek   586.79
70.    Princeton    11,902.70
72.    Rey Lake   160.07
44.    Spences  Bridge   5,517.70
1.    Trans-Canada Highway   29,135.30
Sundry roads (units under $150)  870.09
Total, Vote 255—Snow-removal    70,342.19
Total expenditure, Yale District        $372,745.09
Summary of Expenditures, Yale District
District expenditures as detailed above   $372,745.09
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 194)  5,669.18
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 202) ___ 951,870.23
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 209)  60,207.71
Grand total, Yale District  $1,390,492.21
VICTORIA
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:  Buildings
Project No.
97-B.       Nelson Goal—automatic sprinkler system        $3,000.00
119-B.     Hope police quarters and office         6,000.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1939," Sec. 6:  Buildings  $9,000.00
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings
118-B.     Purchase of used garage and removal from Forest Service lot
to Alberni Court-house  $665.00
Colony Farm—
6-B-9. Dairy, feeding-barn, equipment, etc      98,689.64
Essondale—
5-B-5. Essondale coal-conveyer  $27.91
5-B-3. Doctors' quarters—steam-line        2,292.00
5-B-7. Dry-cleaning plant, laundry, and stores building    84,929.74
5-B-9. Airing-courts       1,649.88
5-B-10. Power-house—installation of boiler and firing
equipment        3,765.03
5-B-12. Crease Clinic, admission unit       1,381.04
5-B-17. Bake-shop—extension and installation       1,611.65
       95,657.25
Carried forward  $195,011.89 $9,000.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 185
Project No.
15-B.
39-B.
105-B.
31-B.
10-B-6.
10-B-7.
25-B.
VICTORIA—Continued
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings—Continued
Brought forward  $195,011.89 $9,000.00
49-B.
6-B-9.
5-B-ll.
5-B-15.
5-B-18.
5-B-20.
7-B-6.
39-B.
24-B.
114-B.
10-B-5.
115-B.
66-B.
91-B.
9-B-9.
71-B.
79-B.
86-B.
5-B-22.
5-B.
5-B.
5-B-10.
5-B-ll.
5-B-15.
5-B-17.
5-B-20.
84-B.
87-B.
7-B-10.
7-B-13.
Addition to King's Printer	
Oakalla—
Alterations and construction of new cell block,
including installation of boilers, etc..
.(Credit)
Equipment for new motor licence-plate shop ...
T.B. Hospital, Vancouver
Tranquille—
$151.94
14,827.27
Remodel Infirmary Building
$413.65
Operating-room and air-conditioning, Greaves
Building     15,287.62
Vernon Home for Aged—purchase of property	
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1943," Sec. 6 (b): Buildings..
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (_.):
Burns Lake equipment-shed, garage, and storage building	
Colony Farm—
Feeding-barn, dairy, equipment, etc.	
Essondale—
Recreational centre  $45,629.08
Home for Aged, Port Coquitlam   103,209.26
One 100-bed unit for T.B. Hospital  584.25
New boiler     10,950.00
New Westminster—Three 100-bed units	
Oakalla—new cell  block  and  alterations,  including two new
boilers and boiler-room extension	
Terrace Home for Aged—alterations and repairs	
Terrace equipment-shed 	
Tranquille electric system	
Two-bay equipment-shed, Wells 	
900.00
14,979.21
324,181.82
15,701.27
8,000.00
Buildings
$10,078.71
15,309.91
160,372.59
672,667.48
80,194.70
147.22
5,517.02
9,375.96
8,389.20
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (b):  Buildings
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (_.):  Buildings
Office building, Abbotsford 	
Government building, Chilliwack	
Colquitz Mental Home—new airing-court and pavilion	
Eight-bay equipment-shed, Courtenay 	
Deaf and Blind School   	
Menzies Street Drill Hall—installation of electric service-elevator and air-conditioning 	
Essondale—
Coal-bunkers    $46,695.36
Ground improvements, Provincial Mental Hospital      10,631.87
Electrical distribution, street-lighting, rewiring,
etc., Provincial Mental Hospital      21,336.60
Power-house—cost of boiler foundations, etc.—      1,241.53
Recreational therapy     15,477.99
100-bed unit—completion and furnishings     63,762.88
Extension to bakery   869.91
New boiler        3,139.06
$222.05
212.95
8,189.21
577.02
126,651.94
645.00
Hospital Insurance Building, Michigan Street, Victoria	
Marpole Infirmary—vocational-therapy addition 	
New Westminster Mental Hospital (Woodlands School) —
200-horsepower boiler and equipment  $44,632.99
One 100-bed nurses' home   155,158.06
One 100-bed nurses' home (furnishings)   53.57
163,155.20
2,368.57
6,649.84
199,844.62
556,974.19
962,052.79
Carried forward..
$508,516.40   $1,528,026.98 P 186 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
VICTORIA—Continued
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (_.):   Buildings—Continued
Brought forward  $508,516.40   $1,528,026.98
Project No.
Oakalla	
88-B. Vegetable-storage shed     $1,458.82
99-B. Fencing addition       1,241.74
         2,700.56
62-B.       Permanent office building, Victoria (Douglas Building)     491,659.82
74-B.       Eight-bay equipment-shed and garage, Rossland  401.70
Tranquille—
8-B-4. Piggery, Tranquille Farm  $27,490.80
10-B-5. Electrical system     23,684.54
       51,175.34
100-B. T.B. Control, Vancouver—conversion of small patients' dining-
room to nurses' station  634.98
68-B.       Mackenzie, White & Dunsmuir Building, Burrard and Melville,
Vancouver—property, alterations, etc.        14,786.29
73-B.       Eight-bay equipment-shed and garage, Vanderhoof   835.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (b):  Buildings      1,070,710.09
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g):  University Buildings
Applied Science Building       $7,324.29
Biological Sciences Building         7,706.45
Construction of connecting corridor in greenhouse         3,072.54
S.S. & M.A. Tax (J. H. McRae Co. Ltd. & Marwell Construction
Co. Ltd.) —
Power-house      $ 1,086.34
Underground wiring  68.06
Library        2,006.69
Engineering Building, Applied Science  613.30
         3,774.39
Construction of roads, etc., Westbrook parking area, University
of B.C  1,073.83
War  Memorial  Gymnasium—sidewalks,  drains,  grading,   and
roads, etc.   4,078.63
Women's Residence Building   25,013.47
Women's Residence Building—furnishings   52,702.27
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (g):  University Buildings         104,745.87
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (a):  Buildings
109-B.     Two-bay equipment-shed, Alberni        $9,887.93
108-B.     Three-bay equipment-shed and oil-house, Agassiz       13,144.59
117-B.     Equipment-shed, Bridesville         4,000.00
91-B.       Chilliwack Court-house        80,226.72
Colony Farm—
6-B-ll. Road and pavement around Quonset huts      $5,172.00
6-B-12. Reconstruction to annex  1.55
6-B-13. Dykes       4,014.80
         9,188.35
94-B.       Courtenay Court-house     273,657.78
107-B.     Three-bay equipment-shed and oil-house, Duncan       14,775.26
Essondale—
5-B.                 Electrical distribution,  street-lighting,  and rewiring      $7,660.50
5-B-17. Bake-shop—extension and equipment     30,730.45
5-B-32. Male occupational therapy       1,851.50
       40,242.45
100-B.     Four-bay equipment-shed and oil-house and extension to garage,
Fernie        11,750.00
62-B.       Finance Annex—old boiler-house, Parliament Buildings     149,164.68
95-B.       Golden Court-house   233.05
84-B.       Hospital Insurance Building, Michigan Street       94,709.84
Carried forward  $700,980.65   $2,703,482.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P  187
VICTORIA—Continued
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (a):  Buildings—Continued
Project No,
96-B.
104-B.
7-B-15.
88-B.
39-B-3.
Brought forward	
Nelson Land Registry Office—alterations, etc.	
New Westminster Court-house 	
New Westminster Mental Hospital, Woodlands School-
houses 	
Oakalla—
Vegetable-storage shed      $1,184.59
Manure-tank, pig-house, chicken-brooder, and
cement workshop        1,146.92
$700,980.65   $2,703,482.94
10,545.26
14,179.34
-green-
62-B-l.
62-B-2.
111-B.
31-B.
24-B.
8-B-4.
10-B-8.
10-B-9.
10-B-10.
10-B-ll.
90-B.
106-B.
102-B.
Parliament Buildings—
New parking area
     $8,209.64
Alterations      12,226.46
Revelstoke garage	
T.B. Hospital, Vancouver	
Terrace Home for Aged	
Tranquille—
Piggery and brooder  $ 17,584.25
Conversion from coal to oil fuel        6,423.91
Remodel main hospital building     24,378.08
Remodel east pavilion      20,973.43
Fire-hydrant system        3,352.13
10,050.00
2,331.51
20,436.10
58,633.12
603,145.12
7,665.90
Vancouver Court-house—alterations
Vancouver Normal School—new boiler
Victoria College—library annex  .	
72,711.80
149,110.10
10,000.00
225,331.51
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (a):   Buildings      1,885,120.41
Capital Account—" B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (b):
University Buildings
Addition  to  Agricultural  Engineering  and  Farm  Laboratory
Building   $25,000.00
Bacteriology and Preventive  Medicine Building, Wings  "A,"
" B," and Central  158,529.95
Faculty of Law  147,074.00
Head house for greenhouse  _  11,059.08
Poultry Service Building   3,112.86
Turkey Research Building .  642.24
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1950," Sec. 6 (b) :   University Buildings .
345,418.13
91-B.
6-B-16.
5-B-7.
5-B-35.
93-B.
7-B-17.
103-B.
112-B.
120-B.
24-B.
10-B-l.
90-B.
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (a):  Buildings
Chilliwack Court-house   $ 113,008.35
Colony Farm—horse-barn and shops building         3,147.99
Essondale—
Dry-cleaning plant, laundry, and stores building       $370.02
Bricking  in  verandas  on   "A"  side  of  Male
Building     14,667.00
Kamloops Health and Welfare Building	
New Westminster Mental Hospital, Woodlands School—addition to boiler-house 	
New Westminster Motor Licence Office	
Smithers garage	
Superior Street property—purchase of 628-30, Lot 23, Victoria
Terrace Home for Aged—living accommodation for married
staff	
Tranquille Sanatorium—new laundry, tunnel, and elevator, etc.
Vancouver Court-house—alterations 	
15,037.02
88.48
27,303.62
33,118.71
76,004.64
8,700.00
6,649.54
174.07
152,100.15
Carried forward..
$435,332.57   $4,934,021.48 P  188 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT, 1951-52
VICTORIA—Continued
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (a):   Buildings—Continued
Brought forward  $435,332.57   $4,934,021.48
Project No.
106-B.     Vancouver Normal School—new boilers          6,200.00
113-B.     Workmen's Compensation Board Building—alterations        11,408.90
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (a):   Buildings         452,941.47
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (c):
University Buildings
Faculty of Law Building .-.__ $114,462.39
War   Memorial   Gymnasium—grading,   constructing   entrance
roads, sidewalks, etc.          3,465.07
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (c):   University Buildings......        117,927.46
Capital Account—" B.C. University Loan Act, 1945."
Completion of addition on north end of Agricultural Engineering
Building   $1,807.26
Agricultural land-clearing and drainage, University Farm  9,311.79
Preventive Medicine and Bacteriology Building  1,056.02
Installation of telephone-cable from Manhole No.  18 to B.C.
Telephone Co. manhole at Westbrook  1,200.58
Total, " B.C. University Loan Act, 1945 "  13,375.65
Capital Account—" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act," 1944,
Sec. 2 (c):  Buildings
5-B-12.    Crease Clinic, Essondale         $402.35
Total, "Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,"   1944, Sec. 2  (c):
Buildings   402.35
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (_.):
Equipment Fund
Equipment Fund  $350,000.00
Total, " B.C. Loan Act, 1951," Sec. 3 (b) :   Equipment Fund  350,000.00
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):
Weigh-scales
Installation of highway-traffic weigh-sca'.es,  etc.   (Project No.
136)      $45,816.67
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Weigh-scales  45,816.67
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):
Bridges
Paint for highway bridges (Bridge Project No. 25)       $1,100.01
Purchase and fabrication of steelwork for spans (Bridge Project
No. 71)      126,112.73
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges         127,212.74
Vote 254—Roads Generally
Miscellaneous expenditures and materials   $221,723.16
Culvert-pipe        41,713.40
Highway-signs   784.72
Payment of leases  128.00
Surfacing Engineer (Mixing Plants O-6-E and O-7-E)        43,912.43
Carried forward  $308,261.71   $6,041,697.82 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P  189
VICTORIA—Continued
Vote 254—Roads Generally—Continued
Brought forward  $308,261.71   $6,041,697.82
Gravel-crushing     300,347.25
Surfacing (arterial highways)        56,748.12
Miscellaneous paving at loco Bridge and Whitehouse Corner       30,335.93
Car insurance—
Charges   $61,808.62
Recoveries  (Credit)    63,230.75
 ■    $1,422.13
Centre-line   marking   (plant   repair   and   rental)
 (Credit)      6,085.95
Location Engineer (plant repair and rental) (Credit)      6,497.58
Construction  Engineer   (plant  repair  and   rental)
 (Credit)    14,265.70
Surfacing engineer (plant repair and rental) (Credit)      2,378.38
$695,693.01
30,649.74
Total, Vote 254—Roads Generally         665,043.27
Vote 254—Centre-line Marking
Centre-line marking throughout the Province     $73,399.05
Total, Vote 254—Centre-line Marking  73,399.05
Vote 254—Bridges Generally
Bridges generally, miscellaneous     $36,102.53
Bridges generally, projects        5,309.15
Total, Vote 254—Bridges Generally   41,411.68
Vote 254—Ferries Generally
Fulford Harbour-Swartz Bay (Credit) $234.10
Designing and supplying specifications, drawing, etc, for twin-
screw ferry for Sorrento-Scotch Creek Ferry  2,159.60
Uniforms, etc.  3,440.65
Total, Vote 254—Ferries Generally  5,366.15
Vote 254—Machinery
Purchase of machinery  $300,870.72
Total, Vote 254—Machinery         300,870.72
Total expenditure, Victoria    $7,127,788.69 P  190 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Burnaby District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Hastings  Street,  Vancouver,  between  Boundary  Road  and
Sperling Avenue (Project No. 233)     $5,657.96
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys      $5,657.96
Total, Burnaby District   $5,657.96
Cariboo District (South)
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Cariboo  Highway,  Lac la Hache to  Clinton,  right-of-way
survey (Project No. 233)     $1,821.94
Cariboo Highway, Lac la Hache (Project No. 96)  80.86
141-Mile House-Macalister—
Project No. 96      $5,220.89
Project No. 233        4,377.02
       9,597.91
Williams Lake-Soda Creek (Project No. 233)  806.52
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $12,307.23
Total, Cariboo District  (South)  12,307.23
Chilliwack District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Vedder River canal—
Project No. 96      $3,106.80
Project No. 233      11,953.59
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $15,060.39
Total, Chilliwack District   15,060.39
Columbia District
Capital Account—•" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Big Bend Highway, east section  $55.99
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (_/):   Trans-
Canada Surveys   $55.99
Total, Columbia District  .___ 55.99
Comox District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Qualicum-Hilliers (Project No. 96)        $757.93
Island Highway, Sandwich diversion, B.C.L.S. surveys (Project No. 233)        1,788.98
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys      $2,546.91
Total, Comox District   2,546.91
Carried forward         $35,628.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P  191
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward         $35,628.48
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Duncan-Ladysmith, Section A __._      $2,014.00
Koksilah-Cowichan      15,439.67
Nanaimo-Ladysmith      16,714.75
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys      $34,168.42
Total, Cowichan-Newcastle District   34,168.42
Cranbrook District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Moyie-Kingsgate—
Project No. 96     $1,154.65
Project No. 233      34,355.73
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $35,510.38
Total, Cranbrook District  35,510.38
Delta District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
New Westminster-Langley   $15,230.39
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys      $15,230.39
Total, Delta District  15,230.39
Dewdney District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Deroche-Agassiz—
Project No. 96      $7,198.13
Project No. 233         3,706.98
  $10,905.11
Hastings Street-Port Moody—
Project No. 96        2,906.95
Project No. 233      13,887.73
     16,794.68
loco Overhead-loco—
Project No. 96         $747.61
Project No. 233      17,075.94
     17,823.55
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Surveys...    $45,523.34
Total, Dewdney District :  45,523.34
Esquimalt District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5(d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Arbutus Creek-Mill Bay     $3,268.42
Total. " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys       $3,268.42
Total, Esquimalt District   3,268.42
Carried forward.. P  192 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward       $169,329.43
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Midway Customs Site to U.S. Boundary, right-of-way survey
(Project No. 233)   $38.34
Grand Forks-Greenwood (Project No. 96)   319.04
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Surveys... $357.38
Total, Grand Forks-Greenwood District   357.38
K\mloops District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Savona-Cache Creek      $3,552.83
Cherry Creek-Cornwall Lodge  177.81
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys        $3,730.64
Total, Kamloops District   3,730.64
Kaslo-Slocan District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Kaslo-Lardeau (Project No. 96)         $346.14
New Denver-Three Forks—
Project No. 96      $2,093.35
Project No. 233        4,187.05
       6,280.40
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys      $6,626.54
Total, Kaslo-Slocan District   6,626.54
Lillooet District
Capital Account—•" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Capilano-Squamish—
Project No. 96         $731.50
Project No. 233      11,237.26
  $11,968.76
Cariboo Highway,  Lac  la  Hache  to  Clinton,  right-of-way
survey (Project No. 233)        5,465.80
Pemberton (Project No. 233)   821.64
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $18,256.20
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Spences Bridge-Martel      $6,864.55
Spences Bridge-Lytton      17,786.35
Ashcroft Manor-Cache Creek       1,192.97
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys       25,843.87
Total, Lillooet District  44,100.07
Carried forward       $224,144.06 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P  193
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward       $224,144.06
Mackenzie District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Gibsons Landing-Port Mellon—
Project No. 96      $5,843.38
Project No. 233        1,981.34
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys      $7,824.72
Total, Mackenzie District  7,824.72
North Okanagan District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Okanagan Highway, Oyama section—
Project No. 96      $5,490.45
Project No. 233        8,265.07
  $13,755.52
Vernon-Schweb's Bridge—
Project No. 96      $6,040.98
Project No. 233      20,340.27
     26,381.25
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $40,136.77
Total, North Okanagan District  40,136.77
North Vancouver District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Capilano-Squamish—
Project No. 96     $2,194.48
Project No. 233      33,711.78
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $35,906.26
Total, North Vancouver District  35,906.26
Revelstoke District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Big Bend Highway, west section        $223.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys   $223.00
Total, Revelstoke District   223.00
Rossland-Trail District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Waneta north—
Project No. 96     $2,609.15
Project No. 233        4,242.71
$6,851.86
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys
Total, Rossland-Trail District 	
6,851.86
Carried forward	
$315,086.67 P 194 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
-Brought forward       $315,086.67
Salmon Arm District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Larch Hill-Sicamous   $36,279.35
Salmon Arm        1,451.66
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys      $37,731.01
Total, Salmon Arm District  37,731.01
Similkameen District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Hope-Princeton Highway, Project No. 1, Section B (Project
No. 233)  .     $5,017.36
Oliver south, B.C.L.S. survey—
Project No. 96         $557.35
Project No. 233   364.75
922.10
Eckhardt Avenue Bridge site, Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1,
right-of-way survey (Project No. 96)         259.86
Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Princeton   to   Heciley
(Project No. 233)   739.47
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys      $6,938.79
Total, Similkameen District  6,938.79
South Okanagan District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Trout Creek-Peachland (Project No. 233)      $1,487.66
Winfield-Postill—
Project No. 96         $321.39
Project No. 233        8,557.57
       8,878.96
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys    $10,336.62
Total, South Okanagan District  10,366.62
Yale District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Surveys
Hope-Princeton  Highway,   Mile   15   to   Mile   32,   B.C.L.S.
survey (Project No. 233)      $3,392.22
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys      $3,392.22
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Surveys
Yale-Hope        $503.00
Spences Bridge        1,773.96
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Surveys          2,276.96
Total, Yale District  5,669.18
Total expenditure, Location Engineer       $375,792.27 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
LOCATION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Summary, Location Engineer
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys (Project 96)     $47,980.89
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Surveys (Project 233)     205,282.68
$253,263.57
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d):   Surveys, Trans-Canada
Highway (Project 298)  (1951)     122,528.70
Grand total  $375,792.27
P  195
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CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Alberni District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Canadian Highway, Four Mile Creek to Port Alberni, Station
456 to Station 626.10 (3.22 miles)  (Project No. 223)  $214,525.80
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads____ $214,525.80
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
River Bend Bridge, Somass River (Bridge Project No. 82)_.__ $106,442.91
Sproat Falls Bridge (Bridge Project No. 88)  883.95
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges    107,326.86
Total expenditure, Alberni District       $321,852.66
South Cariboo District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Cariboo Road, Mile 57 to Mile 70 and extension, Mile 70 to
Mile 83, Mile 94 to Mile 100, Clinton, Mile 57, Maiden
Creek-Clinton, and Cache Creek-Maiden Creek (Project No. 12)       $2,157.66
Cariboo Highway, Lac la Hache-126-Mile section (Project
No. 281)        66,590.52
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads....    $68,748.18
Total expenditure, South Cariboo District .  68,748.18
Chilliwack District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
Vedder Canal Bridge (Bridge Project No. 38)     $46,620.97
Sumas River Bridge (Bridge Project No. 69)       67,531.26
Abbotsford Overhead Crossing (Bridge Project No. 104)____      31,104.58
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Bridges  $145,256.81
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Vedder Canal Bridge approaches (Project No. 188)       $4,741.20
Purchase of right-of-way (1951) (Project No. 300)         1,000.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads         5,741.20
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District         150,99 8.01
Columbia District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Kicking Horse River Bridge
No. 4 (Bridge Project No. 98)  $160,195.12
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges $160,195.12
Carried forward.:  $160,195.12      $541,598.85 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 197
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Columbia District—Continued
Brought forward  $160,195.12      $541,598.85
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5(d): Trans-Canada Roads
Golden to Yoho National Park Boundary (Project No. 227)  $543,625.34
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads      543,625.34
Total expenditure, Columbia District         703,820.46
Comox District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Parksville-Alberni, Cathedral Grove section (Project No.
107)        $5,011.35
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads.-      $5,011.35
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Campbell River Bridge (Bridge Project No. 102)  $116,655.90
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges    116,655.90
Total expenditure, Comox District         121,667.25
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Duncan Wagon-bridge (Bridge Project No. 106)         $676.55
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges $676.55
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Island Highway, Duncan-Ladysmith section (Project No. 90)      $3,353.21
Approaches to Diamond Overhead Crossing  (Project No.
189)          8,844.28
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads       12,197.49
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District  12,874.04
Dewdney District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Lougheed Highway, Port Coquitlam-Ioco Overhead Crossing (Project No. 190)  $124,702.48
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads.... $124,702.48
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
loco Overhead Crossing (Bridge Project No. 84)     $91,696.59
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges     91,696.59
Carried forward  $216,399.07   $1,379,960.60 P 198 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Dewdney District—Continued
Brought forward   $216,399.07   $1,379,960.60
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Flood-Hope   section   and   extension,   Jackass
Mountain (Project No. 92), Mile 94.11 to
Mile 96.81 and Mile 158 to Mile 159 (see
also Yale)      $39,817.85
Board of Transport Commissioners (Credit)      88,516.80
     $48,698.95
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads       48,698.95
Total expenditure, Dewdney District         167,700.12
Fernie District
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Fort Steele-Wardner
and extension, Wardner-Jaffray, Jaffray-Elko, Wardner
north (Project No. 15)  $15.00
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads  $15.00
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   Elko-Fernie  section
(Project No. 269)  $111,628.78
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads.-    111,628.78
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Jaffray Overhead Crossing (Bridge Project No. 67)       $1,012.03
Elko Overhead Crossing (Bridge Project No. 76)         1,538.80
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges        2,550.83
Total expenditure, Fernie District         114,194.61
Fort George District
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1946,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Section A-l and A-l extension, engineering and material (Project No. 5)  $168,593.27
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1946," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads  $168,593.27
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1948,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Section A-l and A-l extension (Project No. 5)  $931,329.99
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1948," Sec. 6 (a):  Roads     931,329.99
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Peace River Highway, Section A-l and A-l extension (Project No. 5)  $184,706.00
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads....    184,706.00
Carried forward $1,284,629.26   $1,661,855.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 199
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Fort George District—Continued
Brought forward $1,284,629.26   $1,661,855.33
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Parsnip River Bridge (Bridge Project No. 99)  $240,968.39
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges    240,968.39
Total expenditure, Fort George District      1,525,597.65
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Anarchist  Mountain
section (Project No. 117)  $9.74
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Grand Forks east, 5.05
miles (Project No. 127) (Board of Transport Commissioners)  (Credit)      57,500.00
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Bridesville to Nine Mile
Creek (Project No. 192)       98,683.53
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads_.__    $41,193.27
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Ingram Bridge over Kettle River to Kettle Valley Railway
. (Bridge Project No. 70)  $191,049.37
Boundary Falls Bridge No. 5 (Bridge Project No. 73)         4,433.24
Rock Creek Bridge No. 33 (Bridge Project No. 78)         2,932.76
Rock Creek Bridge over Rock Creek Canyon (Bridge Project
No. 80)  1,003,933.39
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges.. 1,202,348.76
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District      1,243,542.03
Kamloops District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Kamloops city limits eastward, Mile 344.85 east to Mile
357.78, Station 0.00 to Station 683 (12.93 miles)
(Project No. 222)  $332,545.43
Savona-Cherry Creek (Project No. 226)     336,536.76
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads  $669,082.19
Total expenditure, Kamloops District        669,082.19
Lillooet District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Bonaparte River Bridges (Bridge Project No. 79)    $12,155.31
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges    $12,155.31
Carried forward     $12,155.31   $5,100,077.20 P 200 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Lillooet District—Continued
Brought forward     $12,155.31   $5,100,077.20
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5(d): Trans-Canada Bridges
Bonaparte  River Bridge,  Trans-Canada  Highway   (Bridge
Project No. 89)     $91,814.76
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Bridges       91,814.76
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Martel-Ashcroft Manor section (Project No. 267)  $307,645.57
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads     307,645.57
Total expenditure, Lillooet District        411,615.64
Mackenzie District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Hopkins Landing-Port Mellon (Project No. 283)    $50,609.14
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a): Roads....    $50,609.14
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District    50,609.14
Nelson-Creston District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Nelson-Nelway  Road,  Nelson-Euphrates  section   (Project
No. 198)   $156,377.49
Nelson-Nelway  Road,  Nelson-Euphrates  section,  Station
144.40 to Station 336 (Project No. 235)     206,711.92
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads... $363,089.41
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District         363,089.41
South Okanagan District
Capital Account—" Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Ferry-landings
Construction of Kelowna Landing, Kelowna-Westbank Ferry
(Project No. 294)     $57,108.81
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Ferry-
landings      $57,108.81
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District  57,108.81
Peace River District
Capital Account—"B.C. Loan Act, 1949,"
Sec. 6 (a): Roads
John Hart Highway, Progress-Arras section (Project No. 5) $133,632.46
Total, "B.C. Loan Act, 1949," Sec. 6 (a):   Roads  $133,632.46
Total expenditure, Peace River District  _        133,632.46
Carried forward    $6,116,132.66 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 201
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $6,116,132.66
Rossland-Trail District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Rossland-Paterson Road (Project No. 205)  $118,448.75
Trail-Salmo Highway, Fruitvale Townsite and Fruitvale-
Salmo section (Project No. 236)     266,383.40
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads.... $384,832.15
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District        384,832.15
Saanich District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Victoria-Patricia Bay Highway (Project No. 196)—
Gross expenditure   $231,998.24
Federal Government  (Credit)    108,987.92
  $123,010.32
Victoria-Patricia Bay Highway, Station 416 + 36.6 to Station
708+93.9 (5.58 miles) (Project No. 288)       33,449.80
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):  Roads.... $156,460.12
Total expenditure, Saanich District         156,460.12
Salmon Arm District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (a): Roads
Kamloops-Vernon Highway, Falkland to Schweb's Bridge
(Project No. 191)       $4,256.70
Kamloops-Vernon Highway, Schweb's Bridge to O'Keefe's
Store (Project No. 282)     129,291.99
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (a):   Roads... $133,548.69
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Salmon  River-Canoe  Creek,  Mile  409.6  to  Mile  414.66
(Project No. 128)  $405,540.37
Tappen-Salmon River, Salmon River west section, Mile
407.63 to Mile 409.60, Station 3319 + 00 to Station
3423 + 00 (1.97 miles)  (Project No. 292)       99,257.63
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads     504,798.00
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District         638,346.69
Similkameen District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (c): Bridges
Eckart Avenue, Fairview, and Skaha Bridges (Bridge Project
No. 93)      $87,353.82
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (c):   Bridges    $87,353.82
Total expenditure, Similkameen District  87,353.82
Carried forward    $7,383,125.44
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 VICTORIA, B. C.	 P 202 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward      $7,383,125.44
Yale District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Bridges
Painting Fraser River Bridge at Hope (Bridge Project No.
103)        $3,970.50
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Bridges       $3,970.50
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Roads
Flood-Hope section and extension, Jackass Mountain (Project No. 92) (see also Dewdney)  $96,669.73
Replacement of Tunnel Bridge and extension (Project No.
105)   39,132.89
Retaining-walls  and  fills,  Fraser Canyon,  Alexandra  east
(Project No. 152)  460,694.05
Yale-Bell Crossing (Project No. 263)  256,098.33
Alexandra Lodge-Tunnel section (Project No. 291)  90,355.53
Purchase of right-of-way (1951)  (Project No. 300)  4,949.20
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Roads     947,899.73
Total expenditure, Yale District        951,870.23
Grand total, Construction Engineer, Capital Account    $8,334,995.67 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 203
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
Alberni District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
100.    Canadian Highway     $76,910.94
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $76,910.94
Total expenditure, Alberni District        $76,910.94
Burnaby District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
17r. Central Arterial     $52,402.28
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (_.):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $52,402.28
Total expenditure, Burnaby District  52,402.28
Cariboo District (South)
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
10.    Cariboo Highway, 100-Mile to Lac la Hache  $188,166.26
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $188,166.26
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)         188,166.26
Chilliwack District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
13 Or. Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack, curb and gutter
(non-shareable)   $36,795.27
5r. Trans-Provincial Highway, Abbotsford  1,636.04
11 Ir. " C " Street, Abbotsford  15,482.32
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $53,913.63
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5(d): Trans-Canada Paving
130r. Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack (only $30,802.31
shareable)       $32,453.93
6r to 8r. Trans-Canada Highway, Vedder Canal       17,871.32
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving        50,325.25
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District         104,238.88
Columbia District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway     $74,771.18
Trans-Canada Highway, Golden northerly         2,149.07
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $76,920.25
Carried forward     $76,920.25      $421,718.36 P 204 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52 •
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Columbia District—Continued
Brought forward      $76,920.25      $421,718.36
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5(d): Trans-Canada Paving
Trans-Canada Highway, Golden northerly     $18,175.87
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (__):   Trans-
Canada Paving        18,175.87
Total expenditure, Columbia District 1  95,096.12
Comox District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
Power-dam Road     $40,669.65
196.    Island Highway, Campbell River to Duncan Bay         4,638.22
474.    Canadian Highway       36,200.23
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $81,508.10
Total expenditure, Comox District  81,508.10
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
163. Spruston Road  $20,761.65
24. North Shore __.„ 38,504.10
27. South Shore   24,549.39
17. Cowichan Lake Road  281.50
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (_.):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $84,096.64
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Paving
Trans-Canada   Highway,   Diamond   Crossing,   Bush
Creek     $35,239.70
Trans-Canada Highway, Duncan to Ladysmith       74,120.54
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving      109,360.24
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District         193,456.88
Cranbrook District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Fort Steele Junction to Wardner  $858.10
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways         $858.10
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  858.10
Carried forward       $792,637.56 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 205
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward          $792,637.56
Delta District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
Trans-Canada Highway, Whitehouse to Fry's Corner,
widening and maintenance   $584.38
40b. Boundary Bay Road  53,929.77
84b. Steveston Road  27,003.28
50b. Woodward Road   16,998.75
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $98,516.18
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Paving
Trans-Canada Highway, Pattullo Bridge to Peterson
Hill       $ 1,614.66
Trans-Canada Highway, Peterson Hill to Whitehouse
Corner        56,094.92
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving        57,709.58
Total expenditure, Delta District         156,225.76
Dewdney District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
67r. Central Arterial  $13,226.71
Dewdney Trunk Road ."____ 22,884.90
21r. Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Pipe-line  Road  to  Port
Moody  :_  31,634.54
11-61. Trans-Canada Highway at Flood     4,923.86
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $72,670.01
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Paving
11-61. Trans-Canada Highway at Flood     $23,142.08
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving  ....      23,142.08
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  95,812.09
Esquimalt District
147
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acing
or mgnways
___. $152,364.17
Trans-Canada Highway, Niagara Creek  _ .
309.75
99
4,414.90
178p
11,014.04
15
1,242.35
Total, " Highway Development Act,"
surfacing of Highways    	
Sec.
5  (b):   Hard-
$169,345.21
Carried forward	
$169,345.21   $1,044,675.41 P 206 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Esquimalt District—Continued
Brought forward  $169,345.21   $1,044,675.41
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5(d): Trans-Canada Paving
Trans-Canada Highway, Niagara Creek section     $21,467.42
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving        21,467.42
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District         190,812.63
Fernie District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Hosmer easterly  $86,499.04
Jaffray Overhead   1,655.20
Elko Overhead   1,643.86
Bridge approaches at Old Town  1,411.21
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $91,209.31
Total expenditure, Fernie District  91,209.31
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Rock Creek Canyon west     $47,377.70
43r at Greenwood         2,429.93
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $49,807.63
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District  49,807.63
Kamloops District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
65.    Brocklehurst         $1,244.19
71.    Kamloops-Tete Jaune        6,068.84
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (_.):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways       $7,313.03
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Paving
Trans-Canada Highway, Kamloops easterly  $178,977.20
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving   $178,977.20
Total expenditure, Kamloops District         186,290.23
Carried forward    $1,562,795.21 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 207
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward      $1,562,795.21
Lillooet District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
Trans-Canada Highway, Cache Creek intersection  $4,717.80
12a. Lytton-Lillooet Road   16,547.29
10.    Cariboo Highway, Cache Creek to Maiden Creek  187,453.38
Bralorne   3,890.07
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $212,608.54
Total expenditure, Lillooet District        212,608.54
. Mackenzie District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
137.    Thunder Bay Road     $15,068.83
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways .     $15,068.83
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District  15,068.83
Nanaimo-Islands District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
311.   Departure Bay Road     $39,705.50
116.    Fulford-Ganges        12,000.64
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $51,706.14
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District _•__ 51,706.14
Nelson-Creston District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
1. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Nelson to Balfour $98,415.65
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, arterial through
Nelson   23,581.19
1.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Wynndel to Creston  45,088.38
Erickson to Goat River  85,555.77
Back Road (Creston-Erickson)  5,404.49
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $258,045.48
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District         258,045.48
New Westminster District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
District Lot 172, New Westminster.      $6,661.70
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways       $6,661.70
Total expenditure, New Westminster District  6,661.70
Carried forward    $2,106,885.90 P 208 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $2,106,885.90
North Okanagan District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
88. Vernon-Slocan   $20,411.96
73. Lumby streets   3,985.42
97. Okanagan Landing Road  6,381.93
102. Okanagan, Enderby-Tompkins   13,918.92
102. Okanagan, Armstrong Power-house  1,333.99
102. Okanagan, Larkin-Armstrong   12,088.91
71. Long Lake Road  7,590.42
102. Okanagan Highway, Vernon north (pulvimix)  9,413.13
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $75,124.68
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District  75,124.68
Omineca District (East)
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Fort St. James Highway (Credit)      $1,437.36
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways       $1,437.36
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)   1,437.36
Prince Rupert District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
9.    Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince Rupert to
Gallaway   $144,567.90
29.    Port Edward Road        50,831.68
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $195,399.58
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District         195,399.58
Revelstoke District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (d): Trans-Canada Paving
Trans-Canada Highway, Revelstoke to Sicamous     $33,732.12
Total, " Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-
Canada Paving      $33,732.12
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District   33,732.12
Rossland-Trail District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, junction of Paterson Road to Trail  $49,830.50
56.    Rossland-Paterson   95,595.48
72.    Trail-Salmo, Fruitvale easterly  2,572.18
Bus Loop, Warfield  2,530.75
Schofield-Tadanac    2,366.88
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Tadanac to Castlegar   45,488.69
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $198,384.48
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District          198,384.48
Carried forward    $2,608,089.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 209
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $2,608,089.40
Salmon Arm District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Reg. No.
161.    Kamloops-Vernon Road  $117,157.01
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (_>):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $117,157.01
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District         117,157.01
Similkameen District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
Osoyoos to U.S. boundary  $27,152.78
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Osoyoos northerly   69,189.71
Lake-shore Road at Osoyoos   16,634.71
Road  from   north   boundary  of  Lot   568   to   U.S.
boundary   8,923.11
Road from north boundary of Lot 463 on Southern
Trans-Provincial Highway to Osoyoos  15,992.33
Side-road south of Oliver to Lot 268   1,594.62
29b. Penticton-Naramata Road   16,244.31
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_.):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways  $155,731.57
Total expenditure, Similkameen District          155,731.57
South Okanagan District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
102.    Okanagan Highway, Kelowna to Reid's Corner     $51,682.84
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways      $51,682.84
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District   51,682.84
Skeena District (West)
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
67b. Terrace Secondary      $10,261.02
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (_>):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways      $10,261.02
Total expenditure, Skeena District  10,261.02
Yale District
Capital Account—"Highway Development Act,"
Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing of Highways
44. Spences Bridge-Merritt     $60,207.71
Total, "Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_.):   Hard-
surfacing of Highways     $60,207.71
Total expenditure, Yale District  60,207.71
Total expenditure, Surfacing Engineer   $3,003,129.55 P 210 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SURFACING ENGINEER—STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES—Continued
Summary, Surfacing Engineer
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b): Hard-surfacing.of Highways    $2,510,239.79
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d):   Trans-Canada Highway
Project No. 297 (1951)—paving        492,889.76
Grand total   $3,003,129.55 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES P 211
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES,  1951-52
(SURVEYS, CONSTRUCTION, AND PAVING COSTS)
Chilliwack District
Construction
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Bridge Project No. 38, Vedder Canal Bridge  $46,620.97
Bridge Project No. 69, Sumas River Bridge   67,531.26
Bridge Project No. 104, Abbotsford Overhead Crossing 31,104.58
Bridge Project No. 33, Marshall Creek Bridge     1,862.50
Project No. 188, Vedder Canal Bridge approaches   4,741.20
Project No. 300, purchase of right-of-way (1951)  (reconstruction of Cheam Creek and Twin Bridges). _ 1,000.00
  $152,860.51
Paving
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
130r,   Trans-Canada   Highway,   Chilliwack   (only
$30,802.31 claimed, balance not shareable)      $32,453.93
6r, Trans-Canada Highway, Vedder Canal        17,871.32
50,325.25
Total, Chilliwack District        $203,185.76
Columbia District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_.)—Project No. 227, Golden to
Yoho National Park Boundary  $543,625.34
Surveys
" Highway  Development Act,"  Sec.   5   (d)—Big  Bend  Highway,  east
section   55.99
Paving
"Highway Development Act," Sec.  5  (d)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Golden northerly     $18,175.87
"Highway .Development Act," Sec.  5  (b)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Golden northerly         2,149.07
       20,324.94
Total, Columbia District          564,006.27
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Construction
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) —
Project No. 90, Duncan-Ladysmith section       $3,353.21
Project  No.   189,  approaches  to  Diamond  Overhead
Crossing         8,844.28
     $12,197.49
Surveys
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) —
Duncan-Ladysmith, section A        $2,014.00
Koksilah-Cowichan        15,439.67
Nanaimo-Ladysmith         16,714.75
Paving
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Diamond Crossing, Bush Creek      $35,239.70
Duncan-Ladysmith        74,120.54
34,168.42
109,360.24
Total, Cowichan-Newcastle District          155,726.15
Carried forward       $922,918.18 P 212 PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward       $922,918.18
Delta District
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—New Westminster-Langley ....    $15,230.39
Paving
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) —
Pattullo Bridge to Peterson Hill       $1,614.66
Peterson Hill to Whitehouse Corner       56,094.92
       57,709.58
Total, Delta District   72,939.97
Dewdney District
Construction
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—Project No. 92, Flood-Hope
section and extension, Jackass Mountain (Credit)    $48,698.95
Paving
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (d)—11-61, Trans-
Canada Highway, Flood     $23,142.08
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5  (b) —11-61, Trans-
Canada Highway, Flood          4,923.86
       28,065.94
Total, Dewdney District  (Credit) 20,633.01
Esquimalt District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Project No. 140, Mill Bay revision  $437.98
Bridge Project No. 58, Wilkinson Bridge  139.49
  $577.47
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—Arbutus Creek-Mill Bay         3,268.42
Paving
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—Niagara Creek
section      $21,467.42
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b)—Niagara Creek
revision  309.75
       21,777.17
Total, Esquimalt District   25,623.06
Kamloops District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d) —
Project No. 222, Kamloops city limits eastward  $332,545.43
Project No. 226, Savona-Cherry Creek     336,536.76
Project No. 280, Columbia Street-Battle Street       11,563.92
  $680,646.11
Surveys
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_/)—
Savona-Cache Creek        $3,552.83
Cherry Creek-Cornwall Lodge  177.81
         3,730.64
Paving
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—Kamloops easterly     178,977.20
Total, Kamloops District         863,353.95
Carried forward    $1,864,202.15 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
P 213
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Brought forward    $1,864,202.15
Lillooet District
Construction
" Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Bridge Project No. 89, Bonaparte River Bridge     $91,814.76
Project No. 267, Martel-Ashcroft Manor     307,645.57
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Spences Bridge-Martel  	
Spences Bridge-Lytton 	
Ashcroft Manor-Cache Creek	
Surveys
$6,864.55
17,786.35
1,192.97
Paving
'Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b)—Cache Creek intersection
Total, Lillooet District	
$399,460.33
25,843.87
4,717.80
430,022.00
Revelstoke District
Surveys
'Highway Development Act," Sec.  5   (d)—Big  Bend Highway,  west
section 	
Paving
'Highway   Development   Act,"   Sec.   5   (d)—Trans-Canada   Highway,
Revelstoke to Sicamous 	
Total, Revelstoke District 	
$223.00
33,732.12
33,955.12
Salmon Arm District
Construction
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Project  No.   128,   Salmon   River-Canoe  Creek,   Mile
409.6 to Mile 414.66  $405,540.37
Project No. 292, Tappen-Salmon River, west section __      99,257.63
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)-
Larch Hill-Sicamous 	
Salmon Arm 	
Surveys
Total, Salmon Arm District
$504,798.00
$36,279.35
1,451.66
37,731.01
542,529.01
Yale District
Construction
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_/)—
Bridge Project No. 103, painting Fraser River Bridge at
Hope 	
Project  No.  92,  Flood-Hope  section  and  extension,
Jackass Mountain 	
$3,970.50
96,669.73
Project No. 105, replacement of Tunnel Bridge ___ 39,132.89
Project No. 152, retaining-walls and fills, Fraser Canyon 460,694.05
Project No. 263, Yale-Bell Crossing  256,098.33
Project No. 291, Alexandra Lodge-Tunnel section     90,355.53
Project  No.   300,   purchase  of  rights-of-way   (1951)
(Gordon Creek section)  4,949.20
$951,870.23
Carried forward-
$951,870.23   $2,870,708.28 P 214
PUBLIC WORKS REPORT,  1951-52
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Yale District—Continued
Brought forward  $951,870.23   $2,870,708.28
' Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (d)—
Yale-Hope 	
Spences Bridge 	
Surveys
$503.00
1,773.96
2,276.96
Total, Yale District
954,147.19
Total gross capital expenditure, Trans-Canada Highway    $3,824,855.47
Summary
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (_/)    $3,812,754.99
"Highway Development Act," Sec. 5 (b)  12,100.48
Grand Total 	
*Less non-shareable item under Chilliwack paving
$3,824,855.47
1,651.62
$3,823,203.85
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1952
350-1152-8379

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