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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ESTIMATES
of Revenue and Expenditure
Fiscal Year Ending March 31st
1955
As Authorized by the Legislature
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1954  Summary of Estimated Cash Available for Appropriation
and Estimated Disbursements
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1955
ESTIMATED CASH AVAILABLE
Unexpended revenue surpluses as at March 31, 1953     $13,516,312
Estimated revenue surplus for fiscal year ending March 31,
1954—
Anticipated revenue (pages v-viii)   $169,362,769
Less anticipated expenditure, including provision for
savings in appropriations     166,614,606
         2,748,163
Estimated revenue for fiscal year ending March 31, 1955 (pages v-viii)     193,898,969
Total estimated cash available  $210,163,444
ESTIMATED CASH DISBURSEMENTS
Main estimates of current expenditure (pages ix-xvi)  $142,083,783
Hospital Insurance Service (page xvi)       28,885,000
Capital expenditure out of income (page xvi)       33,340,564
Total estimated disbursements for fiscal year ending March 31, 1955    204,309,347
Estimated surplus at March 31, 1955       $5,854,097  ESTIMATED REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1955
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Original
Estimates
Anticipated
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$35,000
$60,000
260,000
330,000
2,500
80,000
975,000
22,500,000
150,000
1,375,000
350,000
1,100,000
8,800,000
65,000
40,000
11,000
9,000
60,000
40,000
35,000
$36,242,500
$4,000
50
$4,050
$29,151
220,000
932,168
100,000
42,340,000
800,000
$30,000
$30,000
240,000
385,000
2,500
85,000
1,085,000
21,500,000
130,000
1,475,000
405,000
1,400,000
8,725,000
65,000
50,000
11,500
10,000
65,000
40,000
35,000
$35,739,000
$4,900
50
$4,950
$29,151
220,000
932,168
100,000
43,516,000
1,000,000
Department of Agriculture:
Code No.
51301 Miscellaneous Receipts
$30,000
Department of the Attorney-General:
Code No.
"Administration Act"—Fees, etc.
Companies Branch	
Court Fees and Fines	
Dog Licences	
51401
51402
51403
51404
51405
51406
51407
51408
51409
51410
51411
51412
51413
51414
51415
51416
51417
51418
51419
" Fire Marshal Act"—Fees, etc	
" Game Act"—Fees and Licences ....	
" Government Liquor Act, 1953 "	
" Insurance Act"	
Land Registry Fees	
Law Stamps	
" Motor-vehicle Act":
Registration Fees, etc        $837,000
Annual Licences, Motor-
vehicles (except Motorcycles)         8,500,000
Annual Licences, Chauffeurs   65,000
$30,000
250,000
400,000
1,500
80,000
1,000,000
21,500,000
170,000
1,500,000
400,000
" Moving Pictures Act" 	
" Real-estate Agents' Licensing Act'
" Securities Act" 	
Sheriffs' Fees	
Trade Licences 	
Miscellaneous Receipts	
9,402,000
45,000
12,000
10,000
60,000
40,000
35,000
Total, Department of the Attorney-General       34,935,500
Department of Education:
Code No.
51601    Teachers' Certificates	
51603    Miscellaneous Receipts	
Total, Department of Education .
$4,500
50
4,550
Department of Finance:
Government of Canada:
Code No.
51701
51702
51703
51704
51705
51706
Annual Interest
Annual Subsidy
$29,151
220,000
932,168
100,000
Annual Grant per Capita	
Annual Grant for Lands Conveyed	
Rental Fee for Leased Tax Fields    45,374,000
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax      1,100,000
$44,421,319
$45,797,319
Carried forward-
$47,755,319    $34,970,050 AA vi
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Original
Estimates
Anticipated
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1955
$44,421,319
2,500,000
1,375,000
16,500,000
800,000
240,000
2,250,000
125,000
115,000
700,000
15,000
400,000
2,000,000
115,000
900,000
35,330,000
25,000
60,000
60,000
$107,931,319
$25,000
$45,000
50,000
300
$95,300
$1,000
200
$1,200
$45,797,319
2,500,000
1,375,000
16,700,000
975,000
240,000
2,100,000
130,000
115,000
620,000
3,000
850,000
2,000
1,500,000
115,000
959,000
36,000,000
25,000
60,000
125,000
$110,191,319
$25,000
$45,000
60,000
500
$105,500
$1,000
500
$1,500
Brought forwards
Department of Finance—Continued
Code No.
51707
51708
51709
51710
51714
51715
51718
51719
51729
51716
51712
51717
51713
51720
51722
51723
51724
51725
51726
51727
Amusements Tax	
Fuel-oil Tax	
Gasoline Tax	
Interest 	
Land Taxes, General:
Farm Land 	
$47,755,319    $34,970,050
2,165,000
1,375,000
17,500,000
1,000,000
Improved Land
Wild Land 	
Coal Land "A" and " B'
Land Taxes, Forest:
Forest Land	
Timber Land 	
Tree-farm Land 	
"E.   &  N.   Railway
Land Tax Act"  ...
Belt
$240,000
2,300,000
140,000
110,000
$900,000
600,000
5,000
475,000
2,790,000
Logging Tax	
Mining Tax 	
Probate Fees 	
Pari-mutuel Betting Tax	
Social Services Tax	
Trust Deposits Reverted to Crown	
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims
Miscellaneous Receipts	
1,980,000
2,000,000
2,000,000
115,000
950,000
58,750,000
25,000
60,000
100,000
Total, Department of Finance       138,565,319
Department of Fisheries:
Code No.
51801    Fish-buyers' and Miscellaneous Licences.
25,000
Department of Health and Welfare:
Code No.
51901 Marriage Licences	
51902 Vital Statistics	
51903 Miscellaneous Receipts	
$45,000
60,000
500
Total, Department of Health and Welfare	
Department of Labour:
Code No.
52101 Elevator Inspection and Examination Fees $1,000
52102 Trade-schools Regulation Fees  500
105,500
Total, Department of Labour.
Carried forward	
1,500
$173,667,369 ESTIMATED REVENUE
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Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Original
Estimates
Anticipated
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1955
$110,000
300,000
550,000
40,000
65,000
375,000
2,000,000
12,000,000
700,000
50,000
$16,190,000
$100
$520,000
$7,500
$95,000
320,000
550,000
40,000
65,000
375,000
2,250,000
15,500,000
700,000
65,000
$19,960,000
$500
$520,000
$10,000
Brought forward	
Department of Lands and Forests:
Code No.
52201    Grazing Permits and Fees ...
$173,667,369
52205    Land Leases, Rentals, and Fees.
52203    Land Sales 	
52204    Sale of Maps and Aerial Photographs	
Forestry Revenue:
52305 Timber Leases  $65,000
52306 Timber Licences  375,000
52307 Timber Royalties      2,000,000
52308 Timber Sales      13,300,000
$90,000
325,000
500,000
40,000
52209   Water Rentals and Recording Fees.
52310   Miscellaneous Receipts	
15,740,000
700,000
75,000
Total, Department of Lands and Forests.
Legislation:
Code No.
51101    Private Bills Fees
$2,500,000
50,000
160,000
$2,000,000
50,000
150,000
$2,710,000
$2,200,000
$1,000
4,500
$500
6,000
$5,500
$6,500
$35,000
1,500
$60,000
1,500
$36,500
$61,500
Department of Mines:
Code No.
52405    Coal, Petroleum and Natural-gas Leases
and Fees   $1,500,000
52402    Free Miners' Certificates   50,000
52404    Mining Receipts, General  150,000
Total, Department of Mines .
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Code No.
52501 Miscellaneous Receipts	
52502 Regulated Areas	
$1,000
6,000
Total, Department of Municipal Affairs	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Code No.
52601 Queen's Printer (net profits)  $75,000
52602 Miscellaneous Receipts  1,500
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Public Utilities Act" and " Motor Carrier Act":
Code No.
52701    Miscellaneous Receipts	
Department of Public Works:
Code No.
52801    Miscellaneous Receipts
Carried forward	
17,470,000
100
1,700,000
7,000
76,500
535,000
9,000
$193,464,969 AA viii
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Original
Estimates
Anticipated
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$3,500
$3,000
$163,810,469
$75,000
400,000
$475,000
$164,285,469
$4,000
$3,000
$168,862,769
$75,000
425,000
$500,000
$169,362,769
Brought forward.  $ 193,464,969
Department of Railways:
Code No.
52901    Inspection Fees ...
Department of Trade and Industry:
Code No.
53001    Miscellaneous Receipts	
Refunds of Expenditure:
Code No.
55001 Charged to Income
55002 Charged to Loans ..
Total, Refunds of Expenditure
Total Estimated Revenue	
4,000
5,000
$193,473,969
$25,000
400,000
425,000
$193,898,969 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1955
SUMMARY
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
^°ot°(                                       SERVICE
To Be Voted
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
Total
$6,396,447
18,000
7,017,068
3,516,881
$6,396,447
18,000
7,017,068
3,516,881
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
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10.
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12.
13.
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20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Public Debt:
Page
1-3
$5,824,033
18,000
6,786,806
3,528,454
Currency, Exchange, etc. 	
            4
            4
        4-5
5-6
$16,948,396
$16,948,396
$16,157,293
$210,400
$420,400
210,900
Premier's Office	
Department of Agriculture:
Minister's Office	
6
            6
             7
$33,548
$33,548
32,894
$15,080
87,464
16,280
144,769
19,284
10,380
14,099
236,624
49,568
42,534
39,432
12,050
19,040
46,804
219,370
34,031
16,330
10
10,000
47,500
17,000
30,000
$15,280
86,967
$15,280
86,967
18,136
144,020
18,852
10,238
13,550
225,790
48,011
44,926
36,582
11,954
16,040
33,845
225,119
37,678
16,330
10
10,000
45,500
17,000
30,000
1,000
20,000
18,380
37,500
750
53,500
1,200
4,100
18,136
144,020
18,852
7
Horticultural Branch  	
        7-8
             8
10,238
        8-9
13,550
225,790
Apiary Branch	
.     ..           9
9-1 ft
48,011
..   ..             10
44,926
     10-11
36,582
           11
11,954
16,040
Farmers' Institutes   - -
          11-12
12
33,845
     12-13
225,119
13
37,678
     13-14
16,330
4-H Clubs                                  	
14
10
Milk Board —	
     14-15
10,000
           15
45,500
           15
17,000
30,000
Rebates on Stumping-powder  	
15
           15
1,000
Incidentals and Contingencies 	
           15
15
20,000
18,000
59,136
37,500
750
42,000
1,200
18,380
Farmers' Land-clearing Assistance  	
     15-16
16
750
16
30,000
16
1,200
           16
           16
Department of the Attorney-General:
Attorney-General's Office	
17
17
$1,177,158
$1,242,258
$19,872
84,900
51,980
46,531
19,046
1,286,235
$19,812
83,838
$19,812
83,838
50,848
42,279
18,476
50,848
.    17-18
42,279
18
•
18,476
19
Carried forward- 	
$215,253
$215,253
$222,329
$17,687,322 AA x
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$215,253
20,544
83,156
17,376
82,429
52,435
6,578
510,467
225,166
68,168
811,723
760,276
30,000
200,000
40,156
60,472
1,000,550
192,112
144,600
88,679
37,808
33,808
101,490
74,582
497,991
162,187
76,536
151,723
283,500
12,478
1,500
40,000
25,000
25,000
20,000
7,500
13,000
10,000
5,500
8,500
15,000
20,000
6,233,243
$14,424
124,260
21,796
20,705
11,848
26,572
62,223
111,274
342,521
166,667
70,217
78,379
19,663
35,740
176,076
54,589
$215,253
20,544
83,156
17,376
82,429
52,435
6,578
510,467
228,166
68,168
811,723
760,276
30,000
410,000
40,156
60,472
1,000,550
192,112
144,600
88,679
44,808
39,808
101,490
74,582
497,991
162,187
76,536
151,723
283,500
12,478
1,500
40,000
25,000
25,000
20,000
9,750
13,000
28,454
5,500
9,500
15,000
20,000
9,624
6,500
1,000
$6,498,071
$14,424
41,026
51,021
See Vote 80.
See Vote 90.
See Vote 90.
See Vote 90.
See Votes
81,90,96,103.
109,663
180,817
70,217
78,379
19,663
35,740
132,076
58,289
$1,336,954
$791,315
Brought forward-
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39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
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65.
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67.
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70.
71.
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73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
" Credit Unions Act "   	
" Fire Marshal Act "  	
Censor of Moving Pictures
Sheriffs' Offices  	
Official Administrator	
Official Guardian	
Land Registry Offices	
Supreme and County Courts .
Official Stenographers 	
Motor-vehicle Branch 	
Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses	
Doukhobor Affairs    	
Corrections Office 	
Nelson Gaol    —
Oakalla Prison Farm 	
Unit for Young Offenders
Women's Gaol  	
Prince George Women's Gaol
Prince George Men's Gaol 	
Kamloops Gaol _	
New Haven  	
Probation Office  	
Game Branch:
Administrative Division ~
Fisheries Management Division .
Game Management Division .
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds .
Administration of Justice ..  	
Crown Prosecutor's Office	
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation .
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
Narcotic Drug Treatment  1	
Alcoholic Treatment   	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs
Magistrates' Convention  —
Incidentals and Contingencies
In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight and Express
Rates      	
" Court of Appeal Act "■   	
" Supreme Court Act "  .    	
" County Courts Act " _   _	
" Magistrates Act "
To Provide for Expenditure re Application of B.C. Telephone Company for Increase in Rates  	
" Police and Prisons Regulation Act " . 	
Settlement of Claim of Commercial Credit Corporation ...
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20-21
21-22
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26-28
28-29
29-30
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30-31
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36-37
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Department of Education:
Minister's Office  	
General Administration	
Curriculum Branch     _	
Tests, Standards, and Research 	
Educational and Vocational Guidance .
School Radio Broadcasts	
Visual Education  	
Industrial Education 	
Adult Education   	
High Correspondence School	
Elementary Correspondence School ..__
Provincial Library __ _	
Central Microfilm Bureau  	
Provincial Archives  	
Public Library Commission	
Provincial Museum  _	
41
41-42
42
42
42
42
43
43
43
43-44
44-45
45
45-46
46
46-47
47-48
Carried forward —
$222,329
25,069
87,710
18,988
82,542
56,657
6,578
525,133
243,452
73,700
812,741
956,000
35,000
285,000
42,988
64,698
1,413,750
170,400
182,700
87,009
46,886
42,040
105,316
97,511
486,411
163,841
76,826
142,624
269,500
12,900
1,500
43,000
5,000
30,000
10,000
10,000
13,000
10,000
7,500
9,500
15,000
22,000
$14,556
47,456
49,996
107,485
174,102
72,969
78,370
32,214
39,942
138,935
61,850
$817,875
$17,687,322
7,012,799
$24,700,121 MAIN ESTIMATES
AA xi
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$1,336,954
10
325,697
237,361
52,945
38,000
117,857
63,234
See
Votes 79, 81
See
Votes 81, 82.
9,540,000
5,400,000
1,070,000
1,810,000
3,000
100,000
See p. x.
15,000
See Vote 87.
290,000
1,000
2,500,000
65,510
30,000
10,000
10
10,316
$791,315
10
482,674
237,361
52,945
82,740
117,857
63,234
45,468
213,154
9,967,000
5,400,000
1,200,000
1,810,000
103,000
See Vote 102.
49,000
15,000
106,500
310,000
See Vote 79.
2,500,000
65,510
30,000
13,600
10
10,316
$23,016,894
$23,666,694
$15,300
102,760
279,296
15,265
10
477,120
340,783
26,772
$15,300
102,760
279,296
15,265
10
537,304
294,417
26,772
1,680
196,642
10
10
10
248,492
1,338,000
20,000
24,500
550,000
1,900
4,680,000
1,785,000
2,550,000
11,500,000
3,000
400,000
1,680
196,642
10
10
10
248,492
1,349,182
20,000
26,500
550,000
1,900
4,740,000
1,785,000
2,550,000
11,725,000
3,000
400,000
650
200
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Brought forward	
Department of Education—Continued
Text-book Branch 	
Inspection of Schools and School Services
School for the Deaf and the Blind	
Teacher-training and Summer Schools	
Teacher Registration and Examinations 	
Vancouver Normal School 	
Victoria Normal School	
Accounting Branch
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes
Basic and Supplementary Grants 	
Special Aid to Rural Areas —
Conveyance of Pupils .
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
HI.
Teachers' Superannuation Fund 	
Special Aid to School Districts _	
Essential New Equipment _	
Night-school Grants   	
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses..
Library Association Grants 	
Free Text-books, Maps, etc.   	
Board of Reference ~ 	
Grant to University of British Columbia 	
University Endowment Lands
Special Grant to Victoria College 	
Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies 	
Advance re Rural School and Library Taxes
Assessment Equalization Board  	
$24,556,550
$24,869,400
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office     	
General Administration  	
Controlling and Audit Branch	
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London, England
Mechanical Tabulation Branch 	
Consumption and Amusements Tax Branch   	
Real Property Taxation Branch   	
Income Taxation Branch _ 	
"Assessment Equalization Act "  	
Housing Commissioner 	
Purchasing Commission _	
Langford Warehouse   _	
Office Furniture and Equipment  	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories  	
Postal Branch      	
Government Agents, etc.  	
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Revenue, Bonds,
Cheques, etc.     	
Incidentals and Contingencies 	
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "—Interest on Superannuation and Retirement Funds   	
" Dyking Assessment Adjustment Act, 1905 "—Arrears of
dyking assessments on lands reverted to the Crown	
" Highway Development Act "—Payment of revenue under
" Gasoline Tax Act " to Highway Development Fund	
" Hospital Construction Act, 1950 "—Payment of revenue
under "Amusements Tax Act " to Hospital Construction
Fund     	
" Municipalities Aid Act "—Payment of one-third net
motor-licence revenue to municipalities   	
" Social Services Tax Act "—Payment of one-third net
revenue to municipalities (excluding sections 3a and 3b)
"Supreme Court Act"—Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits
Salary Contingencies    	
Compensation Payable re Erroneous Tax Sale	
Interest on Official Guardian Deposits 	
Carried forward -	
Page
48-49
49-50
50-51
51-52
52
52-53
53-54
54
54-56
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
58
58
58-59
59-60
60-61
61-63
63-65
65
65
66
66-67
67
67-68
68-69
69
70-90
90
90
90
90
90
91
91
91
91
91
91
91
817,875
10
514,070
247,913
53,675
76,051
127,461
67,769
52,540
237,404
11,500,000
6,000,000
1,300,000
2,000,000
103,000
50,000
15,000
100,000
325,000
2,700,000
72,250
30,000
15,000
10
$5,300
91,426
278,442
14,541
10
604,082
268,284
51,952
100,000
10,580
202,672
10
10
10
279,526
1,335,000
18,500
20,000
550,000
2,100
4,965,000
1,340,000
2,580,000
11,650,000
4,000
100,000
$24,700,121
26,405,028
$24,471,445       $51,105,149 AA xii
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$24,556,550
$24,869,400
350
240,000
3,500
56,000
1,000
1,600
$24,556,550
$25,171,850
$850
39,451
$850
39,451
$40,301
$40,301
$23,438
1,540,000
97,416
4,033,428
516,600
176,574
200,000
185,000
90,000
10
10
10
10
50,000
10
45,000
659,554
236,874
207,478
121,956
105,476
86,196
2,987,666
10
$24,038
1,610,000
97,416
See Vote 319.
530,100
176,574
200,000
185,000
90,000
10
20
20
10
50,000
10
5,000
20
10
10
45,000
684,554
236,874
207,478
121,956
105,476
86,196
3,014,466
10
13,570
29,605
19,209
1,215,203
35,734
24,000
1,500
5,000,000
155,000
60,000
1,762,600
3,550,000
56,685
1,055,555
13,570
29,605
19,209
1,215,203
35,734
24,000
1,500
5,070,000
155,000
60,000
1,762,600
50,000'
57,185
1,204,555
$24,341,377
$17,168,409
Brought forward 	
Department of Finance—Continued
" Unclaimed Money Deposits Act " .
" Water Act " 	
" Flood Relief Act " 	
" Municipal Superannuation Act " ...
" Logging Tax Act "	
" Taxation Act "  	
138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
Department of Fisheries:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration _
Department of Health and Welfare:
Minister's Office   	
Per Diem Grants under Sec. 4 of " Hospitals Act'
Accounting Division
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
168.
169.
170.
171.
172.
173.
174.
175.
176.
177.
178.
179.
180.
Subsidy to Hospital Insurance Service .
Provincial Infirmaries  	
Public Health Branch:
General Services 	
Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.)  	
Grants to Public Health Services, Metropolitan Areas.
Grants in Aid of Arthritis Control  	
Crippled Children (Federal Programme)  	
Professional Training (Federal Programme) 	
Public Health Research (Federal Programme) 	
Health Survey (Federal Programme)   	
Grant to Western Society for Rehabilitation 	
Medical  Rehabilitation    	
Rehabilitation Coordinator   	
Page
91
91
91
91
91
91
92
92
92-93
93
93-94
94
94-97
97-98
98
98
98
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
100
General Public Health (Federal Programme) 	
Laboratory   and   Radiological   Services   (Federal   Programme)           100
Child and Maternal Health (Federal Programme)          100
Grants re Local Health Services Building Construction...        100
Local Health Services 100-101
Division of Laboratories   101-102
Division of Vital Statistics  102-103
Division of Venereal Disease Control  104-106
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
Central Office, District Nursing and Social Service 106-107
Travelling Clinics   _  107-108
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics  108-116
116
117
Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme)
Chronic Poliomyelitis Care  	
Social Welfare Branch:
Office of the Deputy Minister 	
Director of Welfare  	
Family Division   	
Field Service  	
Medical Services Division .
Burial of Indigents
' Residence and Responsibility Act "—Administration...
Social Allowances (Including Grants) .  	
Supplementary Social Allowances for Mothers' Allowance Cases - _ 	
117
117
.117-118
..118-119
119
119
119
119
Administration and Operation of Project and Pavilion
for Japanese at New Denver _.
Medical Services, Drugs, etc.    	
Hospitalization of Social Assistance Cases 	
Child Welfare Division:
Administration
Maintenance of Dependent Children and  Grants to
Homes __    	
Carried forward  	
119
120
120
120
120
120-121
$24,471,445
$600
40,887
$23,696
1,650,000
108,244
523,650
183,236
215,000
194,000
100,000
10
10
10
60,000
10
10,000
10
10
10
45,000
696,710
241,524
214,259
119,247
92,900
86,294
3,036,518
10
120,000
13,320
30,595
19,453
1,214,885
44,412
24,000
1,500
5,910,000
180,000
50,000
1,850,000
50,000
58,121
1,245,860
$18,412,504
$51,105,149
24,471,445
41,487
$75,618,081
* Also see Vote 319. MAIN ESTIMATES
AA xiii
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
^f                                  SERVICE
To Be Voted
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
Total
$24,341,377
10
$17,168,409
10
117,732
290,421
99,378
3,925,000
2,350,164
270,000
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
$18,412,504
10
110,148
288,961
129,778
6,104,000
2,270,083
220,000
$75,618,081
Department of Health and Welfare—Continued
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Child Welfare Division—Continued
Page
121
117,732
289,421
Provincial Home, Kamloops   	
121-122
.. ..122-123
95,378
......123-124
3,925,000
Cost-of-living   Bonus   Paid   to   Recipients   of   Old-age
Assistance,   Universal  Old  Age  Security,   and  Blind
2,344,464
" Old-age Assistance Act," 1951, and " Blind Perse
ns'
125
126
270,000
Department of Labour:
126
$31,383,382
$24,221,114
$18,032
239,689
13,014
25,996
69,576
3,475
102,662
21,500
8,948
40,472
7,400
27,535,484
$18,916
$18,916
215,772
13,484
27,512
55,218
3,650
100,430
27,860
12,112
39,540
5,100
2,343
215,772
 126-127
13,484
1OT
27,512
20,218
Factories Inspection —  	
127-128
128
3,650
128
100,430
27,860
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Branch .	
128-129
129
12,112
. 129-130
39,540
130
5,100
130
130
Department of Lands and Forests:
131
$484,594
$521,937
$15,360
94,606
53,118
121,871
125,968
9,954
550,764
$15,360
$15,360
103,967
56,788
108,718
155,298
10,062
See Vote 203.
10,905
24,550
66,000
308,976
128,092
278,522
263,219
241,007
55,510
129,225
10,000
1,500
39,101
200
20
1,885,503
987,535
442,950
732,194
142,700
65,230
56,200
76,663
6,000
71,750
50,178
110,591
Lands Service:
131
54,808
132
111,670
 132-133
85,444
9,562
69,854
10,905
Inspection Division  _	
Land Settlement Board    . 	
Land Utilization Research and Survey — 	
133
133-134
134
134-135
11,292
20,131
6,000
328,050
125,154
272,894
279,577
246,301
38,225
80,000
10,000
1,500
34,679
200
10
2,115,633
950,020
413,113
732,194
173,925
65,209
56,200
75,045
6,000
46,200
62,000
24,550
Surveys and Mapping Branch:
135
36,000
135
303,024
128,092
Legal Division  	
Geographic Division   	
136-137
137
273,878
138
263,219
 138-139
241,007
Water Rights Branch 	
140
55,500
141
129,225
10,000
Fraser River Basin Board   	
141
141
1,500
12,801
Grant—British Columbia Natural Resources Conference       141
200
10
2,069,013
" Soldiers Land Act, 1918 "—Houses, South Vancouver       142
" University Endowment Lands Administration Act " 142-143
Forest Service:
Salaries                                                                                                   144-150
1,080,980
442,950
Expenses  	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery  	
150
.....150-151
732,194
142,700
Provincial Parks	
151-152
152
65,230
56,200
76,663
6,000
Forest Research   	
Public Relations  (Forest) 	
Forest Ranger School 	
152-153
153
153
154
71,750
154
45,000
Rentals                                                                    	
Carried forward 	
134
$6,735,880
$6,523,923
$6,570,429
$103,704,329 AA xiv
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$6,735,880
150,000
See Votes
220, 221, 236.
2,000,000
420,000
10
10
55,000
$9,360,900
$2,700
94,858
133,658
52,794
135,780
65,676
11,100
205,000
25,000
200
3,000
5,000
20,000
$754,766
$750
54,802
36,280
50,024
8,000
$149,856
$17,110
42,068
200,000
10
122,528
5,000
10
53,500
1,770,000
80,000
10
15,446
520,000
250
31,000
25,000
10,000
100,262
16,517
30
$6,523,923
150,000
276,955
2,300,000
532,500
10
10
63,323
18,350
$9,865,071
$2,700
106,438
156,198
57,882
148,772
13,476
11,100
205,000
25,000
400
3,000
5,000
20,000
$754,966
$750
54,802
36,280
50,024
19,300
4,526
$165,682
$17,110
43,568
290,000
10
122,528
10,289
10
53,500
1,860,000
80,000
10
15,696
520,000
250
31,000
•e Vote 158.
10,000
108,262
16,517
40
Brought forward..
Department of Lands and Forests—Continued
Forest Service—Continued
231. Youth Training Programme _	
232.
233.
234.
235.
236.
237.
250.
251.
252.
253.
254.
255.
256.
257.
258.
Engineering Services
Forest Protection	
Forest Reserve Account  	
Scaling Fund   	
Silviculture   	
Grazing:   Range Improvement ..
Assistance to District of Surrey
Page
154
.154-155
.155-156
156
157
158
.158-159
159
238.
239.
240.
241.
242.
243.
244.
245.
246.
247.
248.
249.
Department of Mines:
Minister's Office 	
General  Administration
Mineralogical Branch
Analytical and Assay Branch
Inspection  Branch
Petroleum and Natural Gas
Grants and  Subsidies 	
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Grub-staking Prospectors
Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide Prospectors —
Interprovincial Committee on Mining — 	
Incidentals  and Contingencies  	
" Iron and Steel Bounties Act "	
159
.159-160
160-161
161
.161-162
162
162
162
163
163
163
163
163
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's Office _.	
Municipal  Branch
Administration of Estates of the Insane
Regional  Planning  Division    	
Grants and Subsidies  ~ 	
Revision of Municipal Legislation   	
Reimbursement of Municipal Taxes re Extension or Incorporation of Municipalities and Village Municipalities	
163
.163-164
164
164-165
165
165
165
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office  _ 	
259.
260.
261.
262.
263.
264.
265.
266.
267.
268.
269.
General  Administration 	
Grants   to   Homes   for   Elderly   Citizens   and   Children's
Homes     	
Construction in Respect of Provincial Mental Hospitals,
TB. Hospitals, etc.
Civil Service Commission   	
Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 76 of " Civil
Service Act "      	
Superannuation Branch   —	
Grants      	
" Civil Service Superannuation Act " 	
" Teachers' Pensions Act "— _ 	
Queen's Printer   	
Government House   	
Assessment   on   Class
Compensation Act'
13   (The   Crown),   "Workmen's
270.
271.
272.
273.
274.
Civil Service Schedule Bond  	
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainment, Grants, etc. 	
In Aid of Resident Physicians, Medical Aid, etc. 	
To  Provide  Assistance   to   B.C.   Provincial   Government
Employees' Medical Services „ 	
Grants to Charitable and Other Associations  __	
Grant to City of Victoria   	
Collections Office  	
Farms       ...	
.165-166
166
166
166
167
167
168
168
169
169
169
170
170
170
170
170
170
170
170
171
171-173
$3,008,741
$3,178,790
Carried forward..
$6,570,429
130,000
277,217
2,000,000
10
10
10
48,000
$2,700
114,410
164,176
57,742
145,304
11,100
200,000
25,000
200
3,000
2,000
20,000
$750
56,184
37,925
59,635
24,300
8,000
$22,048
39,604
355,000
123,039
12,000
10
48,000
1,900,000
75,000
10
17,274
300,000
250
30,000
10,000
230,000
50,000
12,212
30
$103,704,329
9,025,676
745,632
186,794
$3,224,477
$113,662,431 MAIN ESTIMATES
AA xv
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
^°c'                                 SERVICE
To Be Voted
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
Total
$3,008,741
99,986
123,974
$3,178,790
99,986
123,974
6,317,329
10
1,053,482
150,000
10,000
132,616
60,000
4,200
687,063
2,000
75,000
40,000
275.
276.
277.
278.
279.
280.
281.
282.
283.
284.
285.
286.
287.
288.
289.
290.
291.
292.
293.
294.
295.
296.
297.
298.
299.
300.
301.
302.
303.
304.
305.
306.
307.
308.
309.
310.
311.
312.
313.
314.
315.
316.
$3,224,477
109,956
127,464
6,625,032
10
1,026,062
150,000
5,000
132,616
60,000
4,200
74,783
1,000
67,000
55,000
$113,662,431
Department of the Provincial Secretary—Continued
Provincial Mental Health Services:                                            Page
Headquarters        173-174
6,277,329
10
1,014,482
150,000
Provincial Mental Hospitals     .176-182
Mental Health Care  (Federal Programme)..         183
Homes for the Aged .183-185
Civil Defence:
10,000
132,616
60,000
4,200
Compensation for Injuries, Civil Defence Workers          186
Civil Defence Matching Funds            186
Standardization of Hose-couplings           186
58,063
1,000
75,000
28,000
" Provincial   Elections   Act "   186-187
" Public Inquiries Act "          187
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "—Statutory requirements   -..          187
Retiring Allowance, " Civil Service Act "—Sec.  69,  and
Public Utilities Commission:
" Public  Utilities  Act " 187-188
$11,043,401
$11,934,450
$88,340
243,814
11,662,600
$93,960
$93,960
248,909
248,909
" Motor  Carrier  Act "  188-189
Department of Public Works:
Minister's Office                                      189
$342,869
$342,869
$19,646
1,385,014
92,240
587,126
64,872
1,759,158
12,000
10,360,106
35,000
1,000,000
125,000
25,000
130,000
1,000
10
43,500
1,542
10
10
332,154
$18,646
$20,896
1,421,767
74,124
596,307
61,514
1,756,739
12,000
10,150,150
35,000
1,750,000
107,500
1,373,367
70,124
General  Administration       189-197
583,447
61,514
1,756,739
Parliament  Buildings   (Maintenance)...         198
Government House (Maintenance)             199
Government Buildings (Maintenance)  (Except Parliament
12,000
9,900,150
35,000
1,000,000
65,000
Rentals      — 199-200
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc         200
Maintenance of Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge       200
Snow-removal     -        200
Vehicle Damage Claims, etc.              201
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic-control, etc         201
Research and Testing Services —         201
130,000
1,000
10
130,000
1,000
10
43,500
10
51,534
20
40,790
15,000
25,000
4,000
43,500
10
44,587
10
Steam-boiler Inspection    201-202
Electrical Energy Inspection    .202-203
Equipment Fund             203
Decoration of Provincial Government Buildings re Coro-
Acquisition of Title to Assets and Property of B.C. Fruit
Lands Ltd.             203
Grant to Village of Pouce Coupe for Building a Reservoir       203
Railway Department:
Minister's Office    ..203-204
$15,095,104
$16,296,861
$1,000
52,642
15,641,234
$600
53,420
$600
53,420
Department of Trade and Industry:
Minister's Office                 204-205
General Administration —                    205
British Columbia Government Travel Bureau                     205-206
$54,020
$54,020
$13,430
40,494
150,980
183,896
67,922
53,642
$13,230
53,954
117,440
180,116
$13,230
53,954
129,846
180,116
30,584
30,584
Industrial and Trade Office                       207-208
Carried forward.	
$395,324
$407,730
$456,722
$141,352,061 AA xvi
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Main
Estimates
$395,324
125,000
160,000
$680,324
$141,565,706
See pp.
xii, xvi.
$18,313,000
405,000
495,000
6,550,000
1,215,000
600,000
2,650,000
830,000
73,050
103,710
150,000
$31,384,760
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including
Supple-
mentaries)
$407,730
125,000
180,000
$712,730
$138,892,218
$9,298,428
$18,313,000
465,000
495,000
6,550,000
See Vote 319.
600,000
2,650,000
830,000
17,250
103,710
150,000
$30,173,960
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Brought forward  _ —
Department of Trade and Industry—Continued
317. Advertising and Publicity   	
318. Grants—British Columbia Research Council	
Total Expenditure for Current Account
319. Hospital Insurance Service
Page
208
208
320.
321.
322.
323.
Capital Expenditure Out of Income:
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries 	
Forest Development Roads 	
Mining-roads
324.
325.
326.
327.
328.
Construction of Provincial Buildings 	
Grants in Aid of Construction and Equipment of Hospitals, Including Repayable Advances 	
Okanagan Flood-control  	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway   	
Development and Construction of Housing Projects 	
Recoverable Expenditure   	
Purchase of School Books under Text-book Loan Plan ...
Assistance to Improvement Districts under " Water Act'
Total Capital Expenditure 	
209
210
210
210
210
210
211
211
211
211
211
211
To Be Voted
$456,722
110,000
165,000
$19,077,919
387,510
475,000
8,611,635
448,500
2,700,000
230,000
175,000
1,235,000
Total
$141,352,061
731,722
$142,083,783
$28,885,000
$33,340,564
■
'
■ MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1955
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
Year Ending
rch 31,1955
plementaries)
Vote 1
PUBLIC DEBT
Code No.
020
(a) Interest (Cod
e 00101)
Registered Stock:
" Revenue Act "-
-Interest  on
$7,275,000 due
Mav 1 and November 1
        $363,750
$153,750
$153,750
Less
Discount (
Sterling)
          157,500
$206,250
Debentures:
Loan Act
Interest
Amount of
(Per Cent)
Debentures
Series
Interest Payable
4,725
4,725
1921(S.S.)41/2
$90,000
Pt. EV
June 29, Dec. 29..
3,375
5,000
5,000
1921 (S.S.) 5
100,000
FT
Apr. 25 	
2,500
8,460
8,460
1922
4Vi
188,000
FH
May 1, Nov. 1
8,460
31,725
31,725
1923
4»/2
705,000
FC
Mar. 25, Sept. 25..
31,725
14,940
14,940
1924
4Vi
332,000
FI
May 1, Nov. 1
14,940
12,375
12,375
1925
AVi
275,000
FD
Mar. 25, Sept. 25..
12,375
2,700
2,700
1925
41/2
60,000
FI
May 1, Nov. 1
2,700
77,625
77,625
1927
AVi
1,725,000
FE
Mar. 25, Sept. 25-
77,625
2,025
2,025
1927
AVx
45,000
FB
Mar. 25, Sept. 25..
2,025
4,950
4,950
1927
4V4
110,000
FK
May 1, Nov. 1
4,950
40,000
40,000
1927
4
1,000,000
FL
June 1, Dec. 1.
40,000
90,000
90,000
1927
4%
2,000,000
FM
Oct.   1,   1953, re
25,000
1933
5
1,000,000
GF
deemed 	
Sept. 1, 1953, re
25,000
82,500
1943
2%
3,000,000
HP
deemed 	
Apr. 15, Oct. 15--
82,500
82,500
13,750
13,750
1943
2%
500,000
HS
Apr. 1, Oct. 1
13,750
13,750
13,750
1943
2%
500,000
JC
Mar. 26, Sept. 26_
13,750
6,875
6,875
1946
2%
250,000
HQ
Jan. 20, July 20-—
6,875
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
HR
Apr. 1, Oct. 1
13,750
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
HW
Feb. 1, Aug. 1
13,750
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
HY
May 15, Nov. 15..
13,750
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
IA
Jan. 2, July 2
13,750
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
JD
Mar. 26, Sept. 26..
13,750
15,000
15,000
1946
3
500,000
JI
Jan. 2, July 2
15,000
30,000
30,000
1949
3
1,000,000
IR
Jan. 1, July 1
30,000
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920:
11,250
11,250
AVi             250,000
Carried forward
FA
Mar. 25, Sept. 25..
11,250
$715,150
$715,150
$648,800 AA 2
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Vote 1
DEBT—Continued
PUBLIC
Code No.
020                               (a) Interest—Continued
$715,150
$715,150
Brought forward
$648,800
Debentures—Continued
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
Interest        Amount of
(Per Cent)     Debentures
Series
Interest Payable
23,625
23,625
4]/2           $450,000
Pt. EV
June 29, Dec. 29...
16,875
180,000
180,000
4Vi          4,000,000
FN
Oct.   1,   1953, re
deemed 	
288,765
288,765
4!/2          6,417,000
FO
Jan. 23, July 23	
288,765
202,800
202,800
5              4,056,000
FP
Apr. 25 	
101,400
100,000
100,000
5              2,000,000
FQ
Apr. 25 	
50,000
50,000
50,000
5              1,000,000
FR
Apr. 25 	
25,000
145,000
145,000
5              2,900,000
FS
Apr. 25 	
72,500
151,825
151,825
5              3,036,500
FU
Mar. 24, Sept. 24..
151,825
144,135
144,135
AVz          3,203,000
FV
Apr. 2, Oct. 2
144,135
46,530
46,530
4V4             973,000
FY
Apr. 1, Oct. 1
41,040
57,800
57,800
4              1,360,000
FZ
May 15, Nov. 15..
51,000
50,000
50,000
5              2,000,000
GG
Sept.   1,  1953, redeemed
25,000
25,000
5                 500,000
GH
May 20, Nov. 20..
25,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936:
40,000
40,000
4              1,000,000
GT
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
40,000
199,500
199,500
31/2          5,400,000
GZ
June 1, Dec. 1
178,500
22,260
22,260
3Vi             636,000
HA
Jan. 15, July 15—
22,260
47,670
47,670
3              1,362,000
HK
Feb. 1, Aug. 1
40,860
73,000
73,000
2.4-2%          2,600,000
HT
Apr. 15, Oct. 15—
68,500
115,775
115,775
2%          4,210,000
HU
May 15, Nov. 15..
115,775
41,250
41,250
2%           1,500,000
HX
Mar. 15, Sept. 15..
41,250
110,000
110,000
2%          4,000,000
JE
Apr. 15, Oct. 15--
110,000
111,237
111,237
2%          4,045,000
JF
May 1, Nov. 1
111,238
137,500
137,500
2%          5,000,000
JH
June 15, Dec. 15..
137,500
52,500
52,500
3              1,750,000
JK
Feb. 10, Aug. 1 O.
52,500
60,000
60,000
3              2,000,000
JL
Feb. 10, Aug. 10..
60,000
90,000
90,000
3              3,000,000
JM
May 15, Nov. 15..
90,000
60,000
60,000
3              2,000,000
JN
May 15, Nov. 15..
60,000
30,000
30,000
3              1,000,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948:
JO
Feb. 1, Aug. 1
30,000
240,000
240,000
3              8,000,000
JP
June 15, Dec. 15..
240,000
90,000
90,000
3              3,000,000
JQ
June 15, Dec. 15..
90,000
450,000
450,000
3             15,000,000
JS
June 15, Dec. 15..
450,000
90,000
90,000
3              3,000,000
JT
June 15, Dec. 15-
90,000
22,500
22,500
IVa          1,000,000
JU
June 30
11,250
360,000
360,000
3            12,000,000
JV
June 15, Dec. 15-
360,000
60,000
60,000
3              2,000,000
Carried forward
JY
June 15, Dec. 15..
60,000
$4,683,822
$4,683,822
$4,075,973 PUBLIC DEBT
AA 3
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisc
M
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
d Year Ending
irch 31,1955
Vote 1
DEBT—Continued
PUBLIC
Code No.
020                               (a) Interest—Continued
$4,683,822
$4,683,822
Brought forward	
$4,075,973
Debentures—Continued
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—Continued
180,000
45,000
45,000
605,500
225,000
453,125
180,000
45,000
45,000
605,500
225,000
453,125
Interest        Amount of
(Per Cent)     Debentures
3            $6,000,000
3              1,500,000
3              1,500,000
3i/2         17,300,000
3              4,500,000
35/s         12,500,000
Series
KA
KB
KC
Pt.KD
KE
Pt. KF
Interest Payable
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
180,000
45,000
45,000
605,500
135,000
453,125
Superannuation Fund Transfer Act, 1938:
122,500
122,500
3»/2          3,500,000
Electric Power Act:
GR
Apr. 1, Oct. 1
122,500
90,000
60,000
137,500
82,500
27,500
90,750
362,500
90,000
60,000
137,500
82,500
27,500
90,750
362,500
3              3,000,000
3              2,000,000
2%          5,000,000
2%          3,000,000
2%           1,000,000
3              3,025,000
3%        10,000,000
Highway Development Act:
HM
HO
HV
HZ
JB
JJ
Pt.KF
June 15, Dec. 15..
June 15, Dec. 15..
Jan. 15, July 15—
June 15, Dec. 15..
June 15, Dec. 15..
Jan. 31, July 31....
Feb. 15, Aug. 15-
90,000
60,000
137,500
82,500
27,500
90,750
362,500
207,000
304,500
207,000
304,500
2-21/2          8,050,000
31/2          8,700,000
Trans-Canada Highways Act:
JX
Pt.KD
June 15, Dec. 15-
Feb. 15, Aug. 15..
184,000
304,500
45,000
45,000
2-V/2          1,750,000
Interest on Treasury Bills to Fed
Less recoverable—
British Columbia Power Cor
Highway Development Fun-
Total, Interest
Carried forward	
JW
:ral Gove
timission
June 15, Dec. 15_.
rnment	
40,000
$7,767,197
480,000
$7,767,197
480,000
$7,041,348
372,435
$850,750
$8,247,197
$8,247,197
$7,413,783
$975,750
$975,750
875,000
875,000
              739,000
$1,850,750
$1,850,750
1,589,750
$6,396,447
$6,396,447
$5,824,033
$5,824,033 AA 4
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$18,000
$18,000
$90,938
7,450,741
$7,541,679
524,611
$7,017,068
$122,000
170,000
600,000
1,150,000
250,000
30,000
150,000
200,000
227,000
1,500,000
718,959
$18,000
$18,000
$90,938
7,450,741
$7,541,679
524,611
$7,017,068
$122,000
170,000
600,000
1,150,000
250,000
30,000
150,000
200,000
227,000
1,500,000
718,959
$5,117,959
$5,117,959
Vote 1
PUBLIC DEBT— Continued
Brought forward	
(b) Currency, Exchange, etc. (Code 00102)
Code No.
027 Debt Services        	
028 Commission, Brokerage, Legal Expenses,
etc.   $ 18,000
Total, Currency, Exchange, etc.
Code No.
021
(c) Sinking Funds (Code 00103)
Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924:
Stock—Annual payment due May 1, 1954, on
$7,275,000, maturing May 1, 1957-67
Sinking Funds:
Generally 	
$90,938
7,220,479
$7,311,417
Less recoverable, Highway Development Fund.. 524,611
Total, Sinking Funds
Code No
022
{d) Redemption of Debt (Code 00104)
Redemption of Debentures:
On April  1,  1954—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.
1924, Series FY	
On May  15,  1954—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.
1924, Series FZ	
On  June   1,   1954—"Revenue  Act,"  R.S.B.C.
1936, Series GZ	
On  June   15,   1954—" Highway   Development
Act," Series JX 	
On June 15,  1954—"Trans-Canada Highways
Act," Series JW 	
On June 29, 1954—
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)," Series
EV 	
" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series EV._._
On October 15, 1954—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.
1936, Series HT	
On February 1, 1955—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.
1936, Series HK 	
On February 15,1955—"Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.
1948, Series KE	
Redemption of Treasury Bills to Federal Government 	
Carried forward	
$122,000
170,000
600,000
1,150,000
250,000
30,000
150,000
200,000
227,000
1,500,000
730,532
$5,824,033
18,000
6,786,806
$5,129,532 $12,628,839 LEGISLATION
AA 5
Fiscal Year Ending
vlarch 31,1954
SERVICE
Fisc
M
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
d Year Ending
irch 31,1955
$5,117,959
Vote 1
d
itinued
$5,129,532
100,000
$5,117,959
PUBLIC DEBT— Continue
Code No.
022                    (of) Redemption of Debt-—Cor
Brought forward	
$12,628,839
Redemption of Treasury Bill H.D.A.   18/1950,
No.  1  	
Less recoverable—
Highway Development Fund:
Re    " Highway    Development
Act," Series JX   ..._       $1,150,000
$5,117,959
$5,117,959
$5,229,532
1,701,078
$1,150,000
$1,150,000
201,078
250,000
201,078
Re " Revenue Act," pt. Series
KE                         201,078
250,000
Re   " Trans-Canada   Highway
Act," Series JW       250,000
Re Treasury Bill H.D.A. 18/1950,
No. 1, paid from Vote 298 .             100,000
$1,601,078
$1,601,078
Total, Redemption of Debt	
$3,516,881
$3,516,881
3,528,454
Total, Public Debt, Vote 1 	
$16,948,396
$16,948,396
.16,157,293
Vote 2
$144,000
5,500
2,000
1,800
500
$288,000
13,000
4,000
3,600
1,000
$144,000
LEGISLATION
Member's Indemnities:
Code No.
016    Forty-eight @ $3,000 each	
6,500
016    Mileage           .. . _
2,000
1,800
016    Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition
016    The Speaker, Sessional allowance .. ... ..
500
016    Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance
Salaries:
Clerk of the House                	
$154,800
$309,600
$1,700
1,200
25,000
$153,800
$1,700
$3,400
2,400
50,000
1,200
Law Clerk _     . —.  .      —  	
25,000
Sessional employees .    . .
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
017    Printing and publications	
Carried forward	
$27,900
$55,800
$4,500
17,000
27,900
$4,500
17,000
$9,000
34,000
$21,500
$43,000
$21,500
$181,700 AA 6
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mar
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31,1955
$21,500
1,000
1,000
2,000
1,200
1,000
$43,000
2,000
2,000
4,000
1,200
2,800
Vote 2
$21,500
1,000
1,000
3,500
1,200
1,000
Legislation—Continued
Brought forward         . .. . 	
$181,700
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment	
018    Select Standing Committees	
019    Dining-room    	
020    Commonwealth   Parliamentary   Association, membership fee   	
030    Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 2	
$27,700
$55,000
29,200
$210,400
$420,400
$210,900
Vote 3
$9,000
8,760
2,832
2,340
2,616
$9,000
8,760
2,832
2,340
2,616
$9,000
8,760
2,934
2,700
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Premier	
Executive Assistant       	
Departmental Secretary           	
f, ■
Senior Stenographer       	
-
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Temporary Assistance
500
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense           . ....
(5)
$25,548
4,000
4,000
$25,548
4,000
4,000
(4)
$23,894
4,000
5,000
002    Travelling expense ...   ._        .
Total of Vote 3	
$33,548
$33,548
$32,894
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICU
Vote 4
LTU
$7,500
3,780
$7,500
3,780
RE
$7,500
3,780
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Agriculture	
Secretary 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
(2)
$11,280
1,000
3,000
$11,280
1,000
3,000
(2)
$11,280
1,000
2,800
002    Travelling expense  	
Total of Vote 4
$15,280
$15,280
$15,080
Carried forward.	
$15,080 AGRICULTURE
AA 7
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$9,060
5,088
4,644
3,636
6,570
3,252
2,520
2,028
4,500
1,668
3,000
(12)      $45,966
6,500
4,000
9,000
500
20,000
1,001
$86,967
$4,500
2,436
8,000
(2)      $14,936
200
1,500
1,500
$18,136
$6,312
11,136
5,568
$23,016
$9,060
5,088
4,644
3,636
6,570
3,252
2,520
2,028
4,500
1,668
3,000
$45,966
6,500
4,000
9,000
500
20,000
1,001
$86,967
$4,500
2,436
8,000
$14,936
200
1,500
1,500
$18,136
$6,312
11,136
5,568
Brought forward..
Vote 5
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Agriculture  $9,060
Administrative Assistant   5,184
Research Assistant—Grade 3   4,644
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  6,756
Departmental Secretary  3,252
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
Clerk—Grade 1   2,118
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,692
Junior Clerk  1,578
Temporary assistance    3,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
017
018
019
004
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Advertising and publicity
Grants and subsidies 	
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies ..
(12)  $46,584
6,500
3,500
9,000
500
15,000
1,380
5,000
Total of Vote 5_
Vote 6
Markets Branch
Salaries:
Markets Commissioner _
Stenographer—Grade 2
Temporary assistance
$4,644
2,436
6,000
(2)  $13,080
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense ...
019    Grants and subsidies
200
1,500
1,500
Total of Vote 6
Vote 7
Horticultural Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist  $5,856
Two Supervising Horticulturists   10,368
Horticulturist   5,376
$23,016
Carried forward..
$15,080
87,464
16,280
$21,600      $118,824 AA 8
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$23,016
(9)
42,816
(3)
12,132
9,624
5,916
2,760
(3)
6,720
3,516
5,000
(27)    $111,500
3,000
18,000
3,660
1,610
3,500
2,750
$144,020
$5,952
4,800
2,520
1,980
(4)      $15,252
600
3,000
$18,852
$5,088
1,500
(1)        $6,588
$23,016
42,816
12,132
9,624
5,916
2,760
6,720
3,516
5,000
$111,500
3,000
18,000
3,660
1,610
3,500
2,750
$144,020
$5,952
4,800
2,520
1,980
$15,252
600
3,000
$18,852
$5,088
1,500
$6,588
Vote 7
Horticultural Branch—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Ten Agriculturists—Grade 3 	
Five Agriculturists—Grade 2 	
Three Agriculturists—Grade 1 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1.
Senior Stenographer	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$21,600       $118,824
47,436
19,332
6,120
2,760
8,874
5,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
004
016
017
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Control of fruit and vegetable pests, diseases, etc. 	
Seed and demonstration work	
(26)  $111,122
3,000
20,000
3,660
1,237
3,000
2,750
Total of Vote 7
Vote 8
Plant Pathology Branch
Salaries:
Plant Pathologist   $6,192
Assistant Plant Pathologist  4,992
Clerk-Stenographer    2,520
Stenographer—Grade 2   1,980
(4)  $15,684
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
Total of Vote 8 .
600
3,000
Vote 9
Entomology Branch
Salaries:
Entomologist  	
Temporary assistance
$5,280
1,500
144,769
19,284
Carried forward    (1)  $6,780       $282,877 AGRICULTURE
AA 9
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(8)
(3)
(3)
$6,588
1,100
2,500
50
$10,238
$3,570
3,312
2,118
500
$9,500
550
3,500
$13,550
$6,672
5,952
42,144
4,500
4,356
4,572
9,384
6,558
3,444
2,868
2,256
2,616
2,208
6,768
4,740
9,000
(29)    $118,038
$6,588
1,100
2,500
50
$10,238
$3,570
3,312
2,118
500
$9,500
550
3,500
$13,550
$6,672
5,952
42,144
4,500
4,356
4,572
9,384
6,558
3,444
2,868
2,256
2,616
2,208
6,768
4,740
9,000
$118,038
Vote 9
Entomology Branch—Continued
Brought forward	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 9	
$6,780       $282,877
1,100
2,500
Vote 10
Apiary Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Apiarist 	
Inspector 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 .
Temporary assistance	
$3,708
3,438
2,118
600
(3)  $9,864
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipmpent.
Total of Vote 10	
600
3,500
135
Vote 11
Live Stock Branch
Salaries:
Live Stock Commissioner and Chief Veterinary
Inspector 	
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner and Chief
Veterinary Inspector 	
Animal Pathologist and Veterinary Inspector.
Nine Veterinary Inspectors	
Recorder, Animal Brands	
Supervisor, Cow-testing Associations
Live Stock Inspector	
Three Brand Inspectors	
Two Inspepctors, Cow-testing Associations
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Laboratory Assistant	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
$6,672
5,184
5,952
47,208
4,644
4,356
4,644
9,474
6,888
3,576
2,868
2,340
2,616
2,298
8,646
3,876
8,000
10,380
14,099
Carried forward (31)  $129,242       $307,356 AA 10
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(4)
(2)
$118,038
5,000
30,000
700
42,000
1,000
52
10,000
4,000
2,000
6,500
6,500
$225,790
$6,192
19,080
8,136
2,868
(8)      $36,276
1,000
10,000
235
500
$48,011
$6,192
4,500
3,636
(1)
3,312
2,520
2,256
7,000
(6)
$29,416
$118,038
5,000
30,000
700
42,000
1,000
52
10,000
4,000
2,000
6,500
6,500
$225,790
$6,192
19,080
8,136
2,868
$36,276
1,000
10,000
235
500
$48,011
$6,192
4,500
3,636
3,312
2,520
2,256
7,000
$29,416
Vote 11
Live Stock Branch—Continued
Brought forward..
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Rentals 	
Grants and subsidies _..
Transportation 	
002
014
019
018
004
016
Office furniture and equipment	
Tubercular  and  brucellosis  cattle—compensation and other expenses	
022
020
021
023
Veterinary supplies and equipment	
Veterinary assistance and fur-farming services 	
Purchase of sires 	
$129,242       $307,356
5,000
30,000
180
46,000
1,000
202
8,000
4,000
Artificial-insemination assistance
Total of Vote 11
Vote 12
Dairy Branch
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner 	
Five Dairy Inspectors—Grade 2	
Dairy Inspector—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
016    Equipment and machinery	
Total of Vote 12 .
Vote 13
Poultry Branch
Salaries:
Poultry Commissioner	
Agriculturist—Grade 3 (Poultry Inspector) _
Agriculturist—Grade 2 (Poultry Inspector) ..
Two Agriculturists—Grade 1
tors)   	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Temporary assistance	
(Poultry Inspec-
2,000
5,000
6,000
$6,192
24,012
3,996
2,868
(8)  $37,068
1,000
10,000
1,500
$6,192
4,644
6,558
2,520
2,340
5,000
236,624
49,568
Carried forward..
(6)  $27,254       $593,548 AGRICULTURE
AA 11
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1953
(1)
(2)
$29,416
2,000
8,000
4,200
1,200
110
$44,926
$5,952
4,800
4,212
2,868
1,000
(4)  $18,832
600
6,000
150
3,000
5,000
3,000
$36,582
$36,582
$4,644
2,160
$6,804
Vote 13
$29,416
2,000
8,000
4,200
1,200
110
$44,926
$5,952
4,800
4,212
2,868
1,000
$18,832
600
6,000
150
3,000
5,000
3,000
$36,582
$36,582
$4,644
2,160
$6,804
Poultry Branch—Continued
Brought forward..
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling Expense _.
014 Rentals 	
019 Grants and subsidies
004    Office furniture and equipment.
$27,254       $593,548
2,000
8,000
4,000
1,200
80
Total of Vote 13
Vote 14
Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch
Salaries:
Field Crops Commissioner 	
Assistant Field Crops Commissioner.
Two Agriculturists—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Temporary assistance	
$6,192
4,992
8,280
2,868
1,000
(5)  $23,332
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
002
004
016
017
600
8,000
Office furniture and equipment	
Seed improvement—labour, materials, and
other expenses	
Control  of noxious  weeds—labour,  materials, and supplies	
018    Field demonstration work
3,000
5,500
2,000
Less proportion payable by Federal
Government re control of noxious
weeds 	
Total of Vote 14	
$42,432
3,000
Vote 15
Farmers' Institutes
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Stenographer—Grade 2
$4,644
2,256
42,534
39,432
Carried forward    (2)  $6,900       $675,514 AA 12
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
$6,804
700
800
2,150
1,500
$11,954
$3,924
2,616
(2)   $6,540
900
1,600
2,500
500
4,000
$16,040
$6,192
4,500
11,772
2,076
2,000
(6)  $26,540
600
8,000
405
3,300
$38,845
$6,804
700
800
2,150
1,500
$11,954
$3,924
2,616
$6,540
900
1,600
2,500
500
4,000
$16,040
$6,192
4,500
11,772
2,076
2,000
$26,540
600
8,000
405
3,300
$38,845
Vote 15
Farmers' Institutes—Continued
Brought forward..
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Grants and subsidies ...
002
019
017
Expenses of Advisory Board
Total of Vote 15
Vote 16
Women's Institutes
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense ....
Grants and subsidies
002
019
017
018
Vote 17
Soil Survey Branch
Salaries:
Soil Surveyor	
Assistant Soil Surveyor	
Five Agriculturists—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,900       $675,514
700
800
2,150
1,500
$3,924
2,616
Provincial conference and other expenses
Home Economics Short Course—expenses,
etc.	
Total of Vote 16	
(2)  $6,540
900
1,600
2,500
3,500
4,000
$6,192
4,644
19,908
2,160
5,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment and machinery	
002
004
016
(8)  $37,904
700
8,000
500
3,200
12,050
19,040
Carried forward..
$50,304      $706,604 AGRICULTURE
AA 13
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(15)
(6)
(5)
(9)
(2)
$38,845
5,000
$33,845
$6,672
16,704
68,376
24,408
9,360
2,796
2,616
2,520
10,924
15,474
1,938
6,500
(46)    $168,288
10,000
41,000
4,081
1,750
$225,119
$5,088
4,644
3,924
3,570
2,160
4,104
2,500
(7)      $25,990
$38,845
5,000
$33,845
$6,672
16,704
68,376
24,408
9,360
2,796
2,616
2,520
10,924
15,474
1,938
6,500
$168,288
10,000
41,000
4,081
1,750
$225,119
$5,088
4,644
3,924
3,570
2,160
4,104
2,500
$25,990
Vote 17
Soil Survey Branch—Continued
Brought forward.
$50,304      $706,604
Less contribution from Land Utilization
Branch, Department of Lands	
Less contribution from Federal Department of Resources and Development
Total of Vote 17 	
3,500
Vote 18
Agricultural Development and Extension
Salaries:
Director   $6,672
Three Supervising Agriculturists  16,704
Sixteen Agriculturists—Grade 3   73,800
Five Agriculturists—Grade 2  19,188
Three Agriculturists—Grade 1   9,120
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1        	
Secretarial Stenographer  2,616
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2  17,070
Four Stenographers—Grade 1   6,984
Junior Clerk—Grade A  1,938
Temporary assistance  6,500
(43)  $163,112
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
014    Rentals	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 18 	
10,000
41,000
4,321
937
Vote 19
Agricultural Engineering
Salaries:
Agricultural Extension Engineer  $4,644
Agricultural Extension Engineer  4,500
Agricultural Extension Engineer  3,780
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,708
Clerk-Stenographer  2,256
Stenographer—Grade 2  ,  2,118
Temporary assistance  2,500
46,804
219,370
Carried forward..
(6)  $23,506       $972,778 AA 14
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
$25,990
2,500
8,000
1,188
$37,678
$4,644
2,436
500
(2)   $7,580
1,000
2,500
3,500
3,500
$18,080
1,750
$16,330
$8,316
5,000
4,896
12,492
2,616
2,208
2,208
(10)  $37,736
13,074
$50,810
$25,990
2,500
8,000
1,188
$37,678
$4,644
2,436
500
$7,580
1,000
2,500
3,500
3,500
$18,080
1,750
$16,330
$8,316
5,000
4,896
12,492
2,616
2,208
2,208
$37,736
13,074
Vote 19
Agricultural Engineering—Continued
Brought forward..
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
018    Field demonstration work	
$23,506       $972,778
2,500
6,500
525
1,000
Total of Vote 19
Vote 20
4-H Clubs
Supervisor 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 .
Temporary assistance ._
$4,644
2,436
500
(2)  $7,580
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
019    Grants, expenses of field-days, Provincial
and National contests, etc	
017    Prize awards to projects	
Less proportion paid by Federal Government re prize awards	
1,000
2,500
3,500
3,500
$18,080
1,750
Total of Vote 20
Vote 21
Milk Board
Salaries:
Chairman 	
Two Members	
Audit Accountant—Grade 4	
Three Inspectors—Grade 2 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
$8,316
5,000
5,088
12,636
2,616
4,596
(10)  $38,252
$50,810
Expenses:
Code No.
040   Casual labour, office expense, travelling
and other expenses 	
Carried forward	
12,538
34,031
16,330
$50,790    $1,023,139 AGRICULTURE
AA 15
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31,1955
$50,810
2,190
1,000
Vote 21
ontinued
$50,790
2,400
810
$50,810
Milk Board—C
Brought forward	
$1,023,139
2,190
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
014    Rentals 	
1,000
004    Office furniture and equipment
Less estimated fees 	
$54,000
53,990
$54,000
53,990
$54,000
53,990
Total of Vote 21	
$10
$10
10
Vote 22
$10,000
$10,000
Code No.
029    Motor-vehicles and Accessories
Vote 23
10,000
$45,500
$45,500
Code No.
019    Grants and Subsidies   __       . -■
47,500
Vote 24
$17,000
$17,000
Code No.
020    Rebates on Stumping-powder	
17,000
Vote 25
$75,000
45,000
$75,000
45,000
$75,000
Code No.
021    Subsidies on Agricultural Lime...
45,000
Less  proportion   payable   by
Government 	
Federal
Total of Vote 25	
$30,000
$30,000
30,000
030    Incidentals and Contingencies
Vote 26
Service
Federal
$36,000
18,000
$1,000
$1,000
$40,000
20,000
$40,000
20,000
Code No.
022    Federal-Provincial Farm Labour
Less  proportion   payable   by
Government 	
Total of Vote 26	
$20,000
$20,000
18,000
Recoverable Exi
Vote 27
'enditure
ng Assista
VCE
$51,000
8,000
Farmers' Land-cleari
Expenses:
Code No.
     Salaries and wages	
002    Travelling expense	
Carried forward	
$59,000
$1,145,649 AA 16
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ms
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31,1955
$185,456
167,076
Recoverable Expenditure—Cont
Vote 27
inued
Continued
$59,000
129,000
38,000
Farmers' Land-clearing Assistance—
Brought forward
$1,145,649
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
(including equipment rental) _
016    Purchase of equipment	
Revenue:
Estimated cash revenue  $129,864
Sale of used equipment       37,000
$185,456
167,076
$226,000
166,864
Total of Vote 27 	
$18,380
$18,380
59,136
Vote 28
$50,000
12,500
$50,000
12,500
Code No.
025    Farmers' Domestic Water Assistance
Less estimated repayments    ....    ..
Total of Vote 28 	
Seep. 211.
$37,500
37,500
Vote 29
259, Sec.
$750
$750
Code No.
023    " Pound District Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap
26 (2)) 	
750
Vote 30
$47,000
5,000
$66,500
13,000
$35,000
Code No.
024    "Grasshopper-control Act"  (R.S.B.C.
1948, Chap. 137, Sec. 9(1)) 	
5,000
Less refund of unexpended advances
$30,000
$53,500
Total of Vote 30 	
42,000
Vote 31
.C.   1948,
$1,200
$1,200
"Natural Products  Marketing  (B.C.)   Act"   (R.S.E
ChaD. 200. Sec. 14) 	
1,200
Code No.
025    " Horned Cattle Purchases Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap.
295. Sec. 26 (21. 	
$4,100
Total, Department of Agriculture	
$1,177,158
$1,242,258
$1,286,235 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 17
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$7,500
4,212
3,000
500
(3)  $15,212
1,600
3,000
$19,812
$9,960
9,060
8,736
6,672
5,856
5,952
4,212
17,172
2,808
2,604
2,076
360
(16)  $75,468
5,500
2,500
370
$83,838
$7,440
5,760
3,780
3,378
3,120
2,868
$26,346
$7,500
4,212
3,000
500
$15,212
1,600
3,000
$19,812
$9,960
9,060
8,736
6,672
5,856
5,952
4,212
17,172
2,808
2,604
2,076
360
$75,468
5,500
2,500
370
$83,838
$7,440
5,760
3,780
3,378
3,120
2,868
$26,346
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Vote 32
Attorney-General's Office
Salaries:
Attorney-General  	
Secretary 	
Legal Stenographer ___
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
$7,500
4,212
3,060
500
(3)  $15,272
002    Travelling expense
Total of Vote 32
Vote 33
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General 	
Assistant Deputy Attorney-General	
Legislative Counsel	
Departmental Solicitor	
Assistant Departmental Solicitor 	
Departmental Comptroller 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Six Legal Stenographers 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 33 	
Vote 34
Companies Office
Salaries:
Registrar of Companies 	
Deputy Registrar of Companies
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
1,600
3,000
$9,960
9,060
8,736
6,672
5,952
5,952
4,212
16,704
3,096
2,478
2,028
360
(16) $75,210
7,500
1,500
690
$7,440
5,952
3,780
3,576
3,252
2,928
$19,872
84,900
Carried forward..
$26,928  $104,772 AA 18
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(3)
$26,346
5,580
4,464
2,028
1,578
5,066
936
(15)      $45,998
3,400
400
1,050
$50,848
$500
5,184
3,780
3,576
2,868
8,790
1,980
1,716
900
(10)      $29,294
10,150
2,000
985
$42,429
150
$42,279
$26,346
5,580
4,464
2,028
1,578
5,066
936
$45,998
3,400
400
1,050
$50,848
$500
5,184
3,780
3,576
2,868
8,790
1,980
1,716
900
$29,294
10,150
2,000
985
$42,429
150
$42,279
Vote 34
Companies Office—Continued
Brought forward..
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Junior Clerk	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance	
$26,928       $104,772
5,700
4,512
4,056
1,716
1,620
1,488
1,000
(15)  $47,020
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 34	
3,300
500
1,160
Vote 35
Insurance Office
Salaries:
Superintendent of Insurance	
Inspector of Insurance and Real Estate	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 (Deputy Superintendent
of Insurance) 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance	
$6,500
5,184
3,780
3,576
2,868
8,880
1,980
1,668
900
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
(11)  $35,336
9,000
2,000
345
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc.
Total of Vote 35	
Carried forward	
$46,681
150
51,980
46,531
$203,283 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 19
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$5,664
5,184
2,118
2,160
300
(4)      $15,426
1,400
1,650
$18,476
$4,644
8,280
2,520
300
(4)      $15,744
800
4,000
$20,544
$6,672
5,376
4,644
4,644
8,136
13,632
2,928
2,700
2,208
1,716
(13)      $52,656
$5,664
5,184
2,118
2,160
300
$15,426
1,400
1,650
$18,476
$4,644
8,280
2,520
300
$15,744
800
4,000
$20,544
$6,672
5,376
4,644
4,644
8,136
13,632
2,928
2,700
2,208
1,716
$52,656
Brought forward..
Vote 36
Securities Office
Salaries:
Superintendent of Brokers	
Deputy Superintendent of Brokers	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
$5,856
5,376
2,208
2,256
300
(4)  $15,996
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
1,400
1,650
Total of Vote 36 .
Vote 37
" Credit Unions Act '
Salaries:
Inspector 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Temporary assistance 	
$4,644
8,424
2,580
2,436
350
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 37	
(5)  $18,434
1,000
5,000
635
Vote 38
" Fire Marshal Act "
Salaries:
Fire Marshal	
Deputy Fire Marshal
Chief Investigator	
Head Instructor 	
Two Instructors	
Three Inspectors	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer
Senior Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 ....
$6,672
5,376
4,644
4,644
8,280
13,992
2,928
2,760
2,298
1,716
$203,283
19,046
25,069
Carried forward (13)  $53,310       $247,398 AA 20
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$52,656
4,500
18,000
2,000
200
1,800
2,500
500
500
500
$83,156
$3,780
5,880
3,996
2,520
300
(5)  $16,476
350
50
500
$17,376
$6,672
$6,672
4,356
4,356
7,152
7,152
13,080
13,080
3,126
3,126
2,478
2,478
2,028
2,028
1,620
1,620
$40,512
$52,656
4,500
18,000
2,000
200
1,800
2,500
500
500
500
$83,156
$3,780
5,880
3,996
2,520
300
$16,476
350
50
500
$17,376
Vote 38
1 Fire Marshal Act "—Continued
Brought forward..
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
016 Equipment and machinery 	
004    Office furniture and equipment .
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories __
017 Fire reports—fees and expenses
018 Fire inquiries and investigations
020    Educational information	
030 Incidentals and contingencies ....
Total of Vote 38 	
$53,310       $247,398
6,500
18,000
2,000
300
3,600
2,700
500
500
300
Vote 39
Censor of Moving Pictures
Salaries:
Censor   $4,800
Two Assistant Censors  6,072
Projectionist-Cutter   3,996
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Temporary assistance  300
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
016    Machine supplies, etc. 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
(5)  $17,688
725
50
500
25
Total of Vote 39
$40,512
Vote 40
Sheriffs' Offices
(a) Vancouver (Code 04001)
Salaries:
Sheriff   $6,672
Three Deputy Sheriffs—Grade 2  11,916
Two Deputy Sheriffs—Grade 1   	
Four Bailiffs  13,404
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,372
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  	
Secretarial Stenographer   2,520
Clerk—Grade 1   2,028
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,716
Carried forward  $41,628
87,710
18,988
$354,096 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 21
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$40,512
3,000
(12)  $43,512
2,500
4,000
420
475
1,775
$52,682
$4,500
3,504
2,658
2,160
(4)  $12,822
800
800
325
$14,747
$15,000
$82,429
$6,312
7,704
$14,016
$40,512
3,000
$43,512
2,500
4,000
420
475
1,775
$52,682
$4,500
3,504
2,658
2,160
$12,822
800
800
325
$14,747
$15,000
$82,429
$6,312
7,704
$14,016
Vote 40
Sheriffs' Offices—Continued
(a)  Vancouver—Continued
Brought forward  $41,628
$354,096
Salaries—Continued
Temporary Process-servers and County Court Bailiffs	
3,750
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense
014    Rentals 	
(12)  $45,378
2,500
3,500
004    Office furniture and equipment _
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories.
Total, Vancouver Office ....
125
$51,503
(b) Victoria (Code 04002)
Salaries:
Sheriff        $4,644
Deputy Sheriff         3,636
Clerk—Grade 2          2,478
Stenographer—Grade 2          2,256
(4) $13,014
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   1,000
002 Travelling expense  2,000
004    Office furniture and equipment. 25
Total, Victoria Office	
(c) Sundry Sheriffs (Code 04003)
16,039
Expenses:
Code No.
888    Allowances ).
001    Expenses      j
$15,000
Total, Sundry Sheriffs
Total of Vote 40 	
15,000
82,542
Vote 41
Official Administrator
Salaries:
Official Administrator 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2
Carried forward....
$6,552
$6,552       $436,638 AA 22
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$14,016
(18)      $49,185
2,750
500
$52,435
$3,060
2,868
150
(2)        $6,078
500
$6,578
$8,016
3,060
(2)      $11,076
400
400
$11,876
$14,016
$49,185
2,750
500
$52,435
$3,060
2,868
150
$6,078
500
$6,578
$8,016
3,060
$11,076
400
400
$11,876
Vote 41
Official Administrator—Continued
Brought forward..
3,120
3,120
6,516
6,516
(1)
2,748
2,748
(3)
7,380
7,380
2,700
2,700
(2)
4,236
4,236
7,974
7,974
495
495
Salaries—Continued
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2.
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 .
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2	
Five Stenographers—Grade 1	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,552       $436,638
11,124
6,636
5,988
2,520
2,796
16,446
495
(18)  $52,557
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
3,500
600
Total of Vote 41
Vote 42
Official Guardian
Salaries:
Official Guardian	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer
Temporary assistance	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
$3,060
2,868
150
(2)  $6,078
500
Total of Vote 42
Vote 43
Land Registry Offices
(a) Headquarters (Code 04301)
Salaries:
Inspector of Legal Offices      $8,016
Legal Stenographer        3,060
(2) $11,076
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
400
500
Total, Headquarters
Carried forward	
$11,976
56,657
6,578
$11,976       $499,873 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 23
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$5,952
$5,952
4,644
4,644
3,636
3,636
10,788
10,788
13,128
13,128
5,388
5,388
(3)
7,434
7,434
2,436
2,436
(2)
3,960
3,960
4,056
4,056
300
300
(20)
$61,722
$61,722
7,600
7,600
1,890
1,890
$71,212
$71,212
$4,992
$4,992
4,212
4,212
3,924
3,924
10,350
10,350
4,914
4,914
(1)
2,128
2,128
1,620
1,620
300
300
(10)      $32,440
3,000
$35,440
$6,432
4,800
4,644
$15,876
$32,440
3,000
$35,440
$6,432
4,800
4,644
$15,876
Vote 43
Land Registry Offices—Continued
Brought forward..
$11,976       $499,873
(b) Kamloops (Code 04302)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 2	
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 2 —
Land Surveyor—Grade 2	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2..
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1...
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$5,280
4,644
3,780
11,256
13,776
5,750
10,182
2,118
6,200
300
(20)  $63,286
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense          8,000
004    Office furniture and equipment        2,600
Total, Kamloops Land Registry Office 	
(c) Nelson (Code 04303)
Salaries:
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 4       $4,992
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 1
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
73,886
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance	
4,068
4,068
10,746
5,268
4,104
300
(10)  $33,546
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense         3,500
004    Office furniture and equipment 225
Total, Nelson Land Registry Office 37,271
(d) New Westminster (Code 04304)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 3       $6,432
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3         4,800
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2 __        4,644
Carried forward      $15,876       $123,133       $499,873 AA 24
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$15,876
(5)      $16,620
1,500
150
$18,270
$7,440
4,896
4,644
$15,876
(2)
8,424
8,424
(3)
11,196
11,196
(U)
37,818
37,818
2,832
2,832
2,478
2,478
(2)
4,008
4,008
1,620
1,620
3,288
3,288
6,312
6,312
1,200
1,200
(30)
$95,052
$95,052
10,675
10,675
2,330
2,330
$108,057
$108,057
$4,992
$4,992
3,444
3,444
3,444
3,444
1,980
1,980
1,620
1,620
240
240
900
900
$16,620
1,500
150
$18,270
$7,440
4,896
4,644
$16,980
$16,980
Vote 43
Land Registry Offices—Continued
(d) New Westminster—Continued
Brought forward      $15,876       $123,133       $499,873
Salaries—Continued
Three Examiners of Titles	
Six Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2..
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Four Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance	
12,348
21,960
31,284
2,700
2,568
12,114
1,536
3,294
1,800
(32)  $105,480
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        11,725
004    Office furniture and equipment        3,020
Total, New Westminster Land Registry Office	
(e) Prince Rupert (Code 04305)
Salaries:
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 4  $4,992
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,636
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Clerk—Grade 1   1,800
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,578
Temporary assistance   240
Special living allowance  900
120,225
(5)  $16,722
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense         1,800
004    Office furniture and equipment 90
Total, Prince Rupert Land Registry
Office 	
(/) Vancouver (Code 04306)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 4       $7,440
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 4        4,992
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2 ....       4,644
Carried forward     $17,076
18,612
$261,970  $499,873 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 25
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(7)
(15)
(4)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(5)
$16,980
4,644
12,132
25,278
49,818
2,748
10,272
8,202
6,306
2,076
3,336
1,300
(44)    $143,092
11,000
1,944
$156,036
$4,800
4,644
4,572
8,064
21,634
30,474
14,190
2,360
1,536
2,340
1,716
2,076
600
(30)      $99,006
6,500
4,070
$109,576
$16,980
4,644
12,132
25,278
49,818
2,748
10,272
8,202
6,306
2,076
3,336
1,300
$143,092
11,000
1,944
$156,036
$4,800
4,644
4,572
8,064
21,634
30,474
14,190
2,360
1,536
2,340
1,716
2,076
600
$99,006
6,500
4,070
Vote 43
Land Registry Offices—Continued
(/)   Vancouver—Continued
Brought forward  $17,076       $261,970       $499,873
Salaries—Continued
Chief Clerk   4,284
Three Examiners of Titles  11,844
Eight Senior Clerks—Grade 1   29,448
Ten Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 .... 33,954
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1... 11,076
Three Clerks—Grade 2 .....'  7,392
Six Clerks—Grade 1   12,024
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1.... 2,340
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,028
Typist      	
Clerk-Typist   1,488
Three Junior Clerks   5,820
Temporary assistance   1,300
(44)  $140,074
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense       11,000
004    Office furniture and equipment. 920
Total, Vancouver Land Registry Office 	
(g) Victoria (Code 04307)
Salaries:
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3 .  $4,800
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2 .... 4,644
Chief Clerk  4,644
Two Examiners of Titles   8,280
Six Senior Clerks—Grade 1  22,392
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2... 31,232
Six Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 .  17,034
Clerk—Grade 2      	
Junior Clerk  1,536
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,436
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,800
Typist  2,076
Temporary assistance      	
151,994
(30)  $100,874
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense          6,500
004    Office furniture and equipment..        3,075
$109,576
Carried forward  $110,449       $413,964       $499,873 AA 26
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mai
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31,1955
$109,576
Vote 43
ed
$413,964
111,169
$109,576
Land Registry Offices—Continu
(g)  Victoria—Continued
Brought forward  $ 110,449
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
014    Rentals            720
$499,873
$109,576
$109,576
Total, Victoria Land Registry Office
$510,467
$510,467
Total of Vote 43                        —
525,133
Vote 44
$14,170
6,136
)3)
$4,896
3,924
3,060
1,200
$4,896
Supreme and County Courts
(a) Nanaimo (Code 04401)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 2                         $4,992
3,924
3,060
1,200
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 2              4,068
Legal Stenographer         3,060
Clerk         1,200
(4)      $13,080
800
$13,080
800
(4)  $13,320
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense              850
$13,880
$13,880
Total, Nanaimo Supreme and County Courts —       ...              	
(b) Nelson (Code 04402)
Salaries:
Court Registrar                     $4,068
$4 068
$4,068
1,980
1,980
Clerk-Stenographer       	
Stenographer—Grade 1          1,668
(2)        $6,048
400
$6,048
400
(2)  $5,736
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense           400
$6,448
$6,448
Total, Nelson Supreme and County
Courts 	
(c) New Westminster (Code 044(
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 3 _              $5,376
$5,364
$5,364
4,500
6,888
4,500
6,888
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 1               4,644
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2....       7,152
$16,752
$16,752
•  Carried forward     $17,172
$20,306
$1,025,006 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 27
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$16,752
2,436
2,436
1,620
1,620
1,536
1,536
(7)
$22,344
$22,344
1,950
1,950
5,635
8,635
$29,929
$32,929
$7,440
$7,440
4,800
4,800
4,140
4,140
7,008
7,008
23,478
23,478
5,916
5,916
(7)
18,018
18,018
6,180
6,180
(6)
17,016
17,016
2,520
2,520
2,178
2,178
(2)
3,744
3,744
1,600
1,600
(34)
$104,038
$104,038
11,250
11,250
3,840
3,840
$119,128
$119,128
$5,184
$5,184
4,356
4,356
(3)
10,344
10,344
$19,884
Vote 44
Supreme and County Courts—Continued
$16,752
(c)  New Westminster—Continued
Brought forward     $17,172
Salaries—Continued
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,436
Junior Clerk  1,668
Clerk-Typist   1,620
(7) $22,896
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   2,200
004    Office furniture and equipment 2,000
Total,   New  Westminster Supreme
and County Courts	
(d) Vancouver (Code 04404)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 5  $7,440
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 3 ..... 4,992
Chief Clerk  4,284
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1   7,184
Seven Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 24,108
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1.... 5,700
Ten Clerks—Grade 2  25,974
Three Clerks—Grade 1   6,534
Seven Legal Stenographers  19,770
Clerk-Stenographer  2,386
Stenographer—Grade 2       	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1   5,412
Temporary assistance  1,600
(38)  $115,384
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        15,275
004    Office furniture and equipment-        2,935
Total,   Vancouver
County Courts
Supreme   and
(e) Victoria (Code 04405)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 4	
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 2 ..
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
$5,280
4,428
6,888
5,358
$20,306   $1,025,006
27,096
133,594
$19,884
Carried forward     $21,954       $180,996    $1,025,006 AA 28
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$19,884
9,180
5,040
1,716
Vote 44
$19,884
(3)          9,180
(2)          5,040
1,716
Supreme and County Courts—Continued
(e)  Victoria—Continued
Brought forward      $21,954       $180,996    $1,025,006
Salaries—Continued
Four Legal Stenographers        11,700
Clerk—Grade 2          2,700
Junior Clerk
Clerk-Typist          1,488
600
600
Temporary assistance         1,000
(11)      $36,420
4,000
2,000
$36,420
4,000
2,000
(12)  $38,842
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        5,000
004    Office furniture and equipment.        1,875
$42,420
$42,420
Total, Victoria Supreme and County
Courts             45,717
$3,924
2,436
$3,924
2,436
(/) Chilliwack (Code 04406)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 1        $4,068
Stenographer—Grade 2       _                        2,616
(2)         $6,360
1,000
$6,360
1,000
(2)  $6,684
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense         1,000
004    Office furniture and equipment           730
$7,360
$7,360
Total,  Chilliwack  Supreme  and
County Courts                                             8,414
$4,000
1,501
500
$4,000
1,501
500
(g) Sundry Courts Other than Above
(Code 04407)
Code No.
001    Office expense       $4,000
014   Rentals                     2,640
004    Office furniture and equipment        1,685
$6,001
$6,001
Total, Sundry Supreme and County
Courts              8,325
$225,166
$228,166
Total of Vote 44          243,452
$46,168
$46,168
Vote 45
Official Stenographers
Salaries           $50,500
$46,168
$46,168
Carried forward          $50,500    $1,268,458 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 29
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(7)
(8)
(10)
(35)
(10)
(8)
(18)
(9)
(1)
(10)
(14)
(47)
$46,168
1,000
20,000
1,000
$68,168
$5,856
5,088
8,640
28,908
29,952
33,948
114,900
29,862
21,468
41,910
2,616
12,516
20,868
2,160
16,626
25,854
10,380
41,712
76,410
2,076
38,310
2,000
(215)    $572,060
$46,168
1,000
20,000
1,000
$68,168
$5,856
5,088
8,640
28,908
29,952
33,948
114,900
29,862
21,468
41,910
2,616
12,516
20,868
2,160
16,626
25,854
10,380
41,712
76,410
2,076
38,310
2,000
$572,060
82,150
82,150
18,020
18,020
100,743
100,743
16,250
16,250
1,000
1,000
64,000
64,000
$854,223
$854,223
Vote 45
Official Stenographers—Continued
Brought forward	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
016    Sundry reporters and transcripts
004    Office furniture and equipment _.
Total of Vote 45 	
Vote 46
Motor-vehicle Branch
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Deputy Superintendent
Five Chief Clerks	
Five Senior Clerks—Grade 2 	
Ten Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Six Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Thirty-two Examiners of Drivers 	
Twelve Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Fifteen Clerks—Grade 2	
Thirty-three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Senior Stenographer	
Five Clerk-Stenographers 	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Senographers—Grade 1 	
Six Stenographers—Grade 1a 	
Nine Graphotype Operators 	
Five Typists 	
Twenty-two Junior Clerks 	
Forty-one Clerk-Typists 	
Stockman  	
Temporary assistance .
Overtime for staff during rush periods..
$50,500    $1,268,458
1,200
20,000
2,000
$6,072
5,280
22,716
20,052
36,900
20,226
107,802
36,582
39,810
72,642
2,796
2,256
12,114
8,976
3,828
10,200
15,690
39,042
67,746
2,028
40,000
2,000
(212) $574,758
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  85,585
002 Travelling expense  18,600
014    Rentals   and  temporary   office   space   re
drivers' examinations  100,792
004    Office furniture and equipment  7,500
018    Equipment and materials   1,000
016   Plates and badges, etc.  66,506
Carried forward  $854,741
73,700
$1,342,158 AA 30
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
rch 31, 1955
$854,223
16,000
1,500
Vote 46
tea
$854,741
22,000
1,000
$854,223
Motor-vehicle Branch—Contin
Brought forward 	
$1,342,158
16,000
1,500
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
017    Remuneration to municipalities re issuance
of licences _ -
030    Incidentals and contingencies 	
$871,723
60,000
$871,723
60,000
Less drivers' examinations and sundry
credits ..               	
$877,741
65,000
$811,723
$811,723
Total of Vote 46	
812,741
Vote 47
$760,276
$760,276
Code No.
020    Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police
956,000
Vote 48
$30,000
$30,000
Code No.
021    Sundry Incidental Police Expenses  .
35,000
Vote 49
$20,000
165,000
100,000
$50,000
210,000
150,000
$50,000
150,000
Doukhobor Affairs
Code No.
022    (a) Doukhobor rehabilitation        	
023 (b) Doukhobor guards, etc	
024 (c)  Maintenance of Doukhobor children
$200,000
$410,000
Total of Vote 49	
285,000
Vote 50
$7,728
8,016
4,800
2,700
3,924
3,924
4,000
2,796
2,400
$7,440
7,896
4,800
2,700
3,780
3,780
3,000
2,700
2,400
$7,440
7,896
4,800
2,700
3,780
3,780
3,000
2,700
2,400
Corrections Office
Salaries:
Inspector of Gaols             	
Gaol Surgeon           	
Protestant Chaplain	
Roman Catholic Chaplain (part time)
Psychologist	
Librarian 	
Staff Lecturer                    	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 ..._    	
Psychiatrist _     	
(9)      $38,496
660
1,000
$38,496
660
1,000
(9)  $40,288
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  .                700
002 Travelling expense              1,800
$40,156
$40,156
Carried forward	
$42,788
$3,430,899
J ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 31
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$40,156
3,400
$43,556
3,400
$40,156
(11)      $36,572
600
300
1,300
4,000
1,500
12,000
1,850
200
500
800
500
1,000
50
300
$61,472
1,000
$60,472
$40,156
3,400
$43,556
3,400
$40,156
$36,572
600
300
1,300
4,000
1,500
12,000
1,850
200
500
800
500
1,000
50
300
$61,472
1,000
$60,472
Vote 50
Corrections Office—Continued
Brought forward  $42,788    $3,430,899
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
018    Gaol libraries  3,400
004    Office furniture and equipment  200
$46,388
Less credits from gaols  3,400
Total of Vote 50  42,988
Vote 51
Nelson Gaol
Salaries:
Sundry employees	
Temporary assistance
$35,748
5,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
018
006
017
010
009
011
020
012
004
016
019
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Maintenance of building and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical  supplies  	
Provisions and catering 	
Clothing and uniforms	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Transportation 	
Good Conduct Fund	
Office furniture and equipment..
Equipment and machinery 	
Library
Incidentals and contingencies
Less miscellaneous receipts
Total of Vote 51	
(11)  $40,748
700
500
1,000
4,000
1,500
12,000
2,800
250
500
600
200
500
100
300
$65,698
1,000
Vote 52
Oakalla Prison Farm
Salaries:
Sundry employees —
Temporary assistance
$846,487
20,013
64,698
(185)    $593,500
$593,500
Carried forward (276)  $866,500    $3,538,585 AA 32
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$593,500
5,000
4,000
500
10,000
65,000
5,750
14,000
207,000
90,000
16,000
4,000
2,000
4,700
12,000
2,000
19,000
2,700
42,000
50,000
1,400
$1,150,550
150,000
$1,000,550
$103,980
6,090
(32) $110,070
1,250
1,420
1,855
5,000
2,160
800
26,282
12,200
2,800
$163,837
$593,500
5,000
4,000
500
10,000
65,000
5,750
14,000
207,000
90,000
16,000
4,000
2,000
4,700
12,000
2,000
19,000
2,700
42,000
50,000
1,400
51,150,550
150,000
$1,000,550
$103,980
6,090
$110,070
1,250
1,420
1,855
5,000
2,160
800
26,282
12,200
2,800
$163,837
Vote 52
Oakalla Prison Farm—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
013
018
006
008
017
010
009
011
020
004
029
016
019
012
021
022
023
025
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Printing and publications 	
Maintenance of building and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services 	
Medical supplies 	
Provisions and catering 	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Transportation 	
Office furniture and equipment .
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Equipment and machinery 	
Library 	
Good Conduct Fund	
Supplies for training 	
Farm operations 	
Sheet-metal plant	
Group work programme 	
Incidentals and contingencies
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 52 ....
$866,500 $3,538,585
10,000
6,000
500
15,000
90,000
15,000
15,000
210,000
99,000
20,150
10,000
3,900
2,500
33,000
2,000
30,000
2,700
50,000
50,500
20,000
2,000
$1,553,750
140,000
Vote 53
Unit for Young Offenders
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $92,300
Temporary assistance   3,750
(29)  $96,050
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
018    Maintenance of buildings and grounds
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
008 Medical services 	
017    Medical supplies 	
010 Provisions and catering	
009 Clothing and uniforms 	
011 Laundry and dry-goods	
1,600
1,800
2,200
2,300
1,500
23,500
9,900
5,000
1,413,750
Carried forward..
$143,850    $4,952,335 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 33
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
'
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                    Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$163,837
2,500
160
3,920
500
2,800
13,950
580
3,765
100
$192,112
$192,112
(31)      $90,700
850
600
1,750
6,000
500
2,000
21,000
6,000
3,500
2,000
400
4,700
350
2,200
2,300
500
250
$145,600
1,000
$144,600
$163,837
2,500
160
3,920
500
2,800
13,950
580
3,765
100
$192,112
$192,112
$90,700
850
600
1,750
6,000
500
2,000
21,000
6,000
3,500
2,000
400
4,700
350
2,200
2,300
500
250
$145,600
1,000
$144,600
Vote 53
Unit for Young Offenders—Continued
Brought forward        $ 143,850
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
020    Transportation   4,100
004    Office furniture and equipment   100
016    Equipment and machinery   600
019   Library   350
012    Good Conduct Fund  2,700
023 Vocational shop   15,400
024 School supplies   450
025 Group work programme  4,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies  350
$171,900
Less estimated receipts   1,500
Total of Vote 53 	
Vote 54
Women's Gaol
Salaries .
.(48)  $133,200
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
018
006
008
017
010
009
011
020
004
016
019
012
024
025
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services	
Medical supplies	
Provisions and catering	
Clothing and uniforms	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Transportation
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment and machinery 	
Library 	
Good Conduct Fund 	
Supplies for training
Recreational facilities and supplies
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 54 __.
Carried forward	
1,050
600
2,500
5,000
1,500
2,500
18,000
3,200
3,500
2,000
1,215
4,400
500
2,200
1,500
500
335
$183,700
1,000
$4,952,335
170,400
182,700
$5,305,435 AA 34
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$54,351
2,120
(17)  $56,471
700
500
200
1,200
6,000
1,800
1,000
12,900
2,043
1,225
1,100
1,200
500
1,540
100
200
$88,679
$21,868
880
(7)  $22,748
400
700
1,100
500
260
15,000
1,000
1,000
250
150
50
$54,351
2,120
$56,471
700
500
200
1,200
6,000
1,800
1,000
12,900
2,043
1,225
1,100
1,200
500
1,540
100
200
$88,679
$28,868
880
$29,748
400
700
1,100
500
260
15,000
1,000
1,000
250
150
50
Brought forward  $5,305,435
Vote 55
Prince George Women's Gaol
Salaries   $52,989
Special living allowance  2,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
002
023
018
006
008
017
010
009
011
020
004
012
024
016
019
030
Occupational therapy	
Maintenance of building and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services	
Medical supplies
Provisions and catering
Clothing and uniforms _.
Laundry and dry-goods
Transportation 	
Office furniture and equipment
Good Conduct Fund	
Supplies for training 	
Equipment and machinery 	
Library
Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 55
(16)  $54,989
700
500
300
1,600
6,000
1,800
1,000
14,000
1,700
850
1,100
120
1,200
200
650
100
200
Vote 56
Prince George Men's Gaol
Salaries 	
Special living allowance
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
018 Maintenance of buildings and grounds.
008 Medical services	
017    Medical supplies	
010 Provisions and catering	
009 Clothing and uniforms 	
011 Laundry and dry-goods	
020    Transportation 	
012 Good Conduct Fund 	
019 Library 	
$31,166
1,250
(10)  $32,416
400
800
1,100
500
260
16,000
1,380
1,000
250
150
50
87,009
$43,158
$50,158
Carried forward..
$54,306    $5,392,444 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 35
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$43,158
350
1,600
200
$45,308
7,500
$37,808
(8)  $23,488
410
550
610
2,200
1,100
7,000
1,700
100
650
1,150
50
100
$39,108
5,300
$33,808
$5,760
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,068
$50,158
350
1,600
200
$52,308
7,500
$44,808
$29,488
410
550
610
2,200
1,100
7,000
1,700
100
650
1,150
50
100
$45,108
5,300
$39,808
$5,760
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,068
Vote 56
Prince George Men's Gaol—Continued
Brought forward	
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
030 Incidentals and contingencies ..
Less estimated receipts	
Total of Vote 56	
$54,306    $5,392,444
380
Vote 57
Kamloops Gaol
Salaries:
Sundry employees	
Temporary assistance .
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
002
018
006
017
010
009
020
004
012
016
019
030
Maintenance of buildings and grounds..
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical supplies	
Provisions and catering	
Clothing and uniforms	
Transportation 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Good Conduct Fund	
Equipment and machinery ....
Library 	
Incidentals and contingencies
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 57—
Vote 58
New Haven
Salaries:
Director   	
Housemaster 	
Bursar 	
Chief Supervisor	
Manual Arts Instructor
200
$54,886
8,000
$27,380
2,700
(9)  $30,080
400
600
650
2,200
1,000
8,000
1,700
100
910
650
600
50
100
$47,040
5,000
$5,760
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,068
46,886
42,040
$22,608
$22,608
Carried forward.
$22,608    $5,481,370 AA 36
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(7)
$22,608
4,068
4,068
3,438
25,560
3,378
(16)      $63,120
900
1,030
650
6,950
1,700
300
8,900
1,700
1,950
5,175
120
2,000
45
1,500
300
400
5,350
1,000
$103,090
1,600
$101,490
$22,608
4,068
4,068
3,438
25,560
3,378
$63,120
900
1,030
650
6,950
1,700
300
8,900
1,700
1,950
5,175
120
2,000
45
1,500
300
400
5,350
1,000
$103,090
1,600
$101,490
Vote 58
New Haven—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Metal Arts Instructor .
Cook Instructor	
Farm Instructor	
Social Service Worker
Six Supervisors	
Hospital Supervisor __
$22,608    $5,481,370
4,068
4,068
3,570
3,696
22,116
3,510
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
018
006
008
017
010
009
011
016
020
025
004
029
019
024
026
027
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Maintenance of building and grounds.
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services	
Medical supplies	
Provisions and catering	
Clothing and uniforms	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Maintenance and operation of equipment-
Transportation 	
Earnings 	
Office furniture and equipment..
Motor-vehicles and accessories _
Library 	
Education 	
Farm operation 	
Parole Board 	
(16)  $63,636
1,050
730
675
7,050
1,700
350
9,000
2,400
2,100
6,150
250
2,000
300
2,000
250
1,100
4,800
1,375
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 58.
5106,916
1,600
$4,572
$4,572
35,532
35,532
(1)
3,252
3,252
2,256
2,256
(2)
4,236
4,236
6,354
6,354
(14)
$56,202
$56,202
105,316
Vote 59
Probation Office
Salaries:
Chief Assistant Probation Officer  $4,722
Nine Assistant Probation Officers—Grade 2  36,396
Three Assistant Probation Officers—Grade l...._ 9,882
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2,340
Four Stenographers—Grade 2   8,424
Temporary assistance   7,344
Carried forward (18)  $69,108    $5,586,686 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 37
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31,1955
$56,202
2,800
10,000
900
600
5,400
Vote 59
$69,108
3,840
16,900
2,160
2,983
3,900
$56,202
Probation Office—Continued
Brought forward  	
$5,586,686
2,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        	
10,000
900
002    Travelling expense	
014   Rentals 	
600
004    Office furniture and equipment
5,400
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories	
$75,902
1,320
$75,902
1,320
Less estimated receipts 	
$98,891
1,380
$74,582
$74,582
Total of Vote 59	
97,511
Game Branch
Vote 60
$302,581
2,760
$304,612
3,240
$304,612
Administration Division
Salaries
3,240
Special living allowance
(85)    $307,852
28,660
100,154
2,000
$307,852
28,660
100,154
2,000
13,400
6,635
400
29,750
5,140
4,500
(86)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
021    Advertising and publicity
$305,341
30,465
101,950
3,000
14,720
7,380
830
12,815
5,910
4,500
13,400
6,635
014   Rentals 	
009    Clothing and uniforms            	
400
29,750
5,140
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
016   Equipment and machinery 	
4,500
023    Game Convention 	
$498,491
500
$498,491
500
Less miscellaneous receipts 	
$486,911
500
$497,991
$497,991
Total of Vote 60 	
486,411
Vote 61
$82,836
16,000
$97,852
4,675
29,650
Fisheries Management Drvisio
Salaries:
Sundry employees 	
Temporary assistance   ... .        .... 	
(23)      $97,852
4,675
(22]
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
$98,836
4,800
30,650
29,650
002   Travelling expense 	
$132,177
$132,177
Carried forward	
$134,286
$6,170,608 AA 38
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$132,177
1,500
810
8,400
6,800
15,000
$164,687
2,500
$162,187
$24,026
120
(5)      $24,146
2,150
9,750
375
415
5,350
1,850
32,500
$76,536
$44,808
600
(12)      $45,408
2,075
32,150
$132,177
1,500
810
8,400
6,800
15,000
5164,687
2,500
$162,187
$24,026
120
$24,146
2,150
9,750
375
415
5,350
1,850
32,500
$76,536
$44,808
600
$45,408
2,075
32,150
Vote 61
Game Branch—Continued
Fisheries Management Division—Continued
Brought forward...
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
009    Clothing and uniforms
004
029
021
022
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Trout-food 	
Repairs to hatcheries, equipment, etc.
Less miscellaneous receipts  —
Total of Vote 61 	
$134,286    $6,170,608
1,275
2,000
9,100
7,500
20,000
5174,161
10,320
Vote 62
Game Management Division
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $22,996
Temporary assistance  2,475
Special living allowance   120
Expenses
Code No.
001
002
009
004
029
016
031
022
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
Equipment and machinery 	
Hire of aircraft 	
Game propagation 	
(5)  $25,591
1,255
10,350
325
425
1,500
1,380
1,000
35,000
Total of Vote 62
Vote 63
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds
$79,633
$79,633
Salaries 	
Special living allowance
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
Carried forward..
$42,804
600
(12)  $43,404
1,400
29,900
163,841
76,826
$74,704    $6,411,275 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
AA 39
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$79,633
270
700
570
4,950
6,650
50,000
6,850
2,100
$151,723
$55,000
85,000
125,000
500
11,000
5,000
2,000
$283,500
$8,500
2,868
110
(2)      $11,478
700
300
$12,478
$1,500
$79,633
270
700
570
4,950
6,650
50,000
6,850
2,100
$151,723
$55,000
85,000
125,000
500
11,000
5,000
2,000
$283,500
$8,500
2,868
110
$11,478
700
300
$12,478
$1,500
Vote 63
Game Branch—Continued
Destruction of Predatory Animals
and Birds—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
014   Rentals 	
009
029
016
021
022
030
Clothing and uniforms 	
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Equipment and machinery	
Bounties 	
$74,704    $6,411,275
120
1,200
Food for dogs, supplies, etc.
Incidentals and contingencies
6,950
1,500
47,500
6,050
4,600
Total of Vote 63
Vote 64
Administration of Justice
Code No.
020    Summoning and paying witnesses	
Jurors (including drawing panels, etc.)—.
Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.) 	
Interpreters 	
021
022
023
024
025
026
Stipendiary Magistrates	
Contingencies arising out of prosecutions
Judges' Library	
$50,000
80,000
120,000
500
11,000
6,000
2,000
Total of Vote 64 .
Vote 65
Crown Prosecutor's Office, Vancouver
Salaries:
Crown Prosecutor   $8,500
Legal Stenographer   3,000
Temporary assistance  100
(2)  $11,600
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 65	
Vote 66
800
300
200
Code No.
020   Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation.
142,624
269,500
12,900
1,500
Carried forward..
$6,837,799 AA 40
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending I
vlarch 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$40,000
Brought forward	
     $6,837,799
Vote 67
$40,000
Code No.
021    Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
            43,000
Vote 68
$25,000
$25,000
Code No.
022    Narcotic Drug Treatment	
              5,000
Vote 69
$25,000
$25,000
Code No.
023    Alcoholic Treatment 	
            30,000
Vote 70
$20,000
$20,000
Code No.
024    Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs..
            10,000
Vote 71
$9,750
$7,500
Code No.
025    Magistrates' Convention     	
10,000
Vote 72
$13,000
$13,000
Code No.
030    Incidentals and Contingencies 	
Vote 73
13,000
$28,454
$10,000
Code No.
031    In Aid  of Removal  of Discriminating  Freight
Express Rates  _
and
10,000
Vote 74
$5,500
$5,500
Code No.
032   "Court of Appeal Act"  (R.S.B.C.  1948, Chap.
Sec. 5a )	
74,
7,500
Vote 75
$9,500
$8,500
Code No.
033    " Supreme Court Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 73,
5 (3)) 	
Sec.
             9,500
Vote 76
$15,000
$15,000
Code No.
034    " County Courts Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 75,
6 (6)) 	
Sec.
           15,000
Carried forward	
     $6,990,799 EDUCATION
AA 41
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementariesj
Year Ending
rch 31, 1955
$20,000
$20,000
Brought forward	
$6,990,799
Vote 77
Sec. 14)
;lephone
Code No.
035    " Magistrates Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 195,
To Provide for Expenditure re Application of B.C. T
Company for Increase in Rates	
22,000
$9,624
$6,500
" Police and Prisons Regulation Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap.
255, Sec. 47 (am.)) 	
Settlement of Claim of Commercial Credit Corporation re Automobile Forfeited to Crown   	
$1,000
Total, Department of the Attorney-Gene
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIO
Vote 78
ral
N
$7,500
3,636
$6,233,243
$6,498,071
$7,012,799
$7,500
3,504
$7,500
3,504
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Education   	
Secretary  .... _           	
(2)
$11,004
920
2,500
$11,004
920
2,500
(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense                 ...
$11,136
920
2,500
002    Travelling expense      ... 	
$14,424
$14,424
Total of Vote 78	
$14,556
$9,360
6,072
4,896
$9,360
6,072
4,896
Vote 79
$9,360
6,432
4,500
4,396
3,186
3,060
2,616
2,076
1,620
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education         	
Co-ordinator of Administration	
Supervisor of School Plans  	
Supervisor of School Construction
3,636
3,060
2,616
2,298
1,488
79,434
900
3,636
3,060
2,616
2,298
1,488
See Votes 80,
93, 96.
900
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 ...           .
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 ... 	
(23)
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Sundry employees   	
Temporary assistance   	
500
'■
(31)
$113,760
6,000
4,500
(8) $34,326
2,000*
2,000*
(9)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  _
$37,746
2,000
3,000
002   Travelling expense	
$124,260
$38,326
Carried forward  	
$42,746
$14,556
See also Votes 93 and 96. AA 42
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mar
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
:h 31, 1955
$38,326
Vote 79
—Continued
          $42,746
$124,260
General Administration-
Brought forward         	
$14,556
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment	
                 460
See Vote 110.
See p. 57.
1,700
1,000
017    Preparation of standard school plans
020   Board  of Reference—remuneration
4,000
and
                250
Total of Vote 79 	
$124,260
$41,026
47,456
Division of General Educat
Vote 80
ional Services
ICH
$8,520
$8,520
6,432
4,500
2,478
2,700
2,520
2,160
5,946
See Vote 79.
Curriculum Brai
Salaries:
Assistant Deputy Minister of Education
Director of Tests, Standards, and Research
Assistant Director of Curriculum 	
6,432
4,722
              3,000
$4,500
Research Assistant—Grade 1 	
2,700
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  	
              2,700
Clerk-Stenographer .     ..     . 	
              2,520
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Temporay assistance   	
2,256
4,776
                 300
5,946
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense       	
(5)      $13,146
1,400
2,050
200
(10)$35,256
2,400
2,400
200
365
4,500
300
200
21,000
5,000
400
(10)  $35,226
              2,400
002    Travelling expense  ... 	
              2,400
013    Printing and publications         	
200
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
017    Preparation of revised curricula
370
4,500
4,500
300
200
018 Books, periodicals, etc. 	
019 Educational supplies ..	
300
                 200
020   Purchase of tests 	
            22,000
021    Test surveys 	
              8,000
022   Research studies 	
                 400
Less revenue   	
Total of Vote 80 '	
$21,796
$72,021
21,000
$75,996
26,000
$21,796
$51,021
49,996
Tests, Standards, and Research	
$20,705
See Vote 80.
Educational and Vocational Guidance	
$11,848
See Vote 90.
School Radio Broadcasts	
$26,572
See Vote 90.
Carried forward	
$112,008 EDUCATION
AA 43
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$62,223
See Vote 90.
$111,274
See Votes 81,
90, 96, 103.
(2)
See above.
$4,860
5,856
35,028
3,120
4,680
4,956
4,872
See above.
1,620
(2)
$6,912
4,860
5,856
35,028
3,120
5,388
4,956
4,596
1,668
1,620
(19)      $64,992
5,750
11,500
2,000
8,000
2,575
5,300
242,404
(21)$74,004
7,200
14,000
2,000
1,884
8,000
2,575
See Vote 110.
See Votes 97,
192.
$342,521
$109,663
(10)
(5)
(4)
(1)
$6,432
4,356
3,636
6,498
3,576
5,352
22,056
9,156
9,768
2,436
$6,432
4,356
3,636
6,498
3,576
5,352
22,056
9,156
9,768
2,436
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Brought forward        $ 112,008
Visual Education       	
Industrial Education
Vote 81
Adult Education Branch
Salaries:
Director of Adult Education	
Director of Community Programmes	
Director of Community Drama	
Nine Regional Consultants	
Instructor of Handicapped	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Clerk—Grade 1  .	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk	
$6,912
5,664
6,192
35,604
3,252
5,484
4,998
2,436
4,284
1,800
(21)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
013 Printing and publications 	
014 Rentals 	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment..
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016    Equipment and machinery	
020   Leadership training courses	
019    Drama Festival expense, adjudicators' fees,
grants, etc. 	
    Grants and subsidies	
     Federal-Provincial Training Agreements..
Total of Vote 81	
$76,626
5,000
12,000
2,000
1,884
150
425
150
7,000
2,250
Vote 82
High Correspondence School
Salaries:
Director   $6,432
Registrar  4,3 56
Assistant   3,780
Two Correspondence Instructors—Grade 2  6,750
Correspondence Instructor—Grade 1   3,576
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,304
Twelve Clerks—Grade 1  26,898
Three Junior Clerks  4,914
Two Clerk-Stenographers   5,040
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,464
107.485
$73,266
$73,266
Carried forward..
$71,514       $219,493 AA 44
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
$73,266
4,872
3,156
4,000
(33)  $85,294
11,000
600
56,000
5,543
40,000
7,000
1,800
180
$207,417
40,750
$166,667
See Vote 97.
$166,667
(12)
$4,428
36,720
2,118
1,716
2,160
4,332
1,500
(18)  $52,974
2,250
650
5,600
5,443
$73,266
4,872
3,156
6,300
(33)$87,594
11,000
600
63,600
5,543
2,000
$68,917
48,500
8,500
1,800
180
$227,317
35,000
$192,317
11,500
$180,817
$4,428
36,720
2,118
1,716
2,160
4,332
1,500
$52,974
2,250
650
5,600
5,443
2,000
$68,917
Vote 82
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
High Correspondence School—Continued
Brought forward  $71,514
Salaries—Continued
Three Stenographers—Grade 1
Four Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance 	
5,580
6,180
6,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
013
014
004
018
019
020
021
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Reading of students' papers .__.
Revision of courses	
Science supplies
Payment to Text-book Branch
Less revenue
(34)  $89,774
11,000
600
65,000
5,543
1,205
52,000
7,000
1,800
180
Less chargeable to Federal-Provincial
Training Programmes 	
Total of Vote 82	
$234,102
40,000
$194,102
20,000
Vote 83
Elementary Correspondence School
Salaries:
Director 	
Thirteen Teachers—Grade 2 .
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Temporary assistance	
$4,572
38,214
2,208
1,800
2,340
4,332
2,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
002
013
014
004
018
Printing and publications
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment
Reading of students' papers ....
(19) $55,466
2,250
500
5,600
5,443
460
2,000
Carried forward..
$219,493
174,102
$71,719       $393,595
J EDUCATION
AA 45
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
(2)
(4)
(3)
$68,917
1,800
300
$71,017
800
$70,217
$6,432
4,644
4,068
6,624
5,928
3,924
2,616
2,436
11,400
5,454
2,832
2,076
(20)  $58,434
3,045
750
400
16,000
$78,629
250
$78,379
$3,444
7,614
4,830
(8)   $15,888
$68,917
1,800
300
$71,017
800
$70,217
$6,432
4,644
4,068
6,624
5,928
3,924
2,616
2,436
11,400
5,454
2,832
2,076
$58,434
3,045
750
400
16,000
$78,629
250
$78,379
$3,444
7,614
4,830
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 83
Elementary Correspondence School—Continued
Brought forward	
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
019 Revision of courses	
020 Visual-education supplies
Less revenue
$71,719       $393,595
2,300
150
$74,169
1,200
Total of Vote 83
Vote 84
Provincial Library
Salaries:
Provincial Librarian and Archivist	
Assistant Provincial Librarian	
Librarian—Grade 3 	
Librarian—Grade 2	
Three Librarians—Grade 1	
Cataloguer  	
Attendant 	
Microfilm Operator 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Junior Clerks	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer .
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,432
4,356
3,504
8,268
4,068
2,616
2,436
11,820
5,412
2,868
2,076
3,944
(19)  $57,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment ..
018    Books, binding, and periodicals
Less revenue
3,045
850
925
16,000
$78,620
250
Total of Vote 84
$15,888
Vote 85
Central Microfilm Bureau
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  $3,576
Six Microfilm Operators—Grade A  11,184
Six Clerk-Typists   9,504
Carried forward (13)  $24,264
72,969
78,370
$544,934 AA 46
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
$15,888
625
150
3,000
$19,663
$4,500
8,916
4,068
2,700
1,980
2,076
(8)      $24,240
3,000
400
8,500
1,250
1,100
$38,490
2,750
$35,740
$6,192
12,276
6,942
8,832
9,336
7,578
2,700
4,680
$58,536
$15,888
625
150
3,000
$19,663
$4,500
8,916
4,068
2,700
1,980
2,076
$24,240
3,000
400
8,500
1,250
1,100
$38,490
2,750
$35,740
$6,192
12,276
6,942
8,832
9,336
7,578
2,700
4,680
$58,536
Vote 85
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Central Microfilm Bureau—Continued
Brought forward  $24,264       $544,934
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  725
002 Travelling expense  150
004    Office furniture and equipment    4,075
018    Film supplies   3,000
Total of Vote 85
Vote 86
Provincial Archives
Salaries:
Assistant Archivist 	
Three Librarians—Grade 1 	
Cataloguer  	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Manuscript Clerk—Grade 1 	
Photographic Clerk—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
$4,356
8,268
3,372
2,700
2,700
2,436
2,160
1,900
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
002
004
018
020
021
Office furniture and equipment
Books, binding, and periodicals
Collecting historical data	
Upkeep of Helmcken House _
Less revenue
(9) $27,892
3,000
400
800
8,500
1,250
1,100
$42,942
3,000
Total of Vote 86
Vote 87
Public Library Commission
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Three Branch Librarians ...
Two Librarians—Grade 3
Five Librarians—Grade 1 .
Four Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four lunior Clerks 	
Senior Stenographer 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers .
$6,192
12,132
7,206
14,424
8,880
7,668
2,700
4,776
Carried forward..
32,214
39,942
$63,978       $617,090
J EDUCATION
AA 47
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
$58,536
3,744
2,520
2,616
1,440
6,200
(24)  $75,056
5,000
4,000
3,000
900
150
550
44,000
400
1,020
32,000
4,500
6,500
.177,076
1,000
$176,076
$6,192
13,140
3,252
2,700
2,616
2,616
4,188
(10)  $34,704
935
1,600
$37,239
$58,536
3,744
2,520
2,616
1,440
6,200
$75,056
5,000
4,000
3,000
900
150
550
See Vote 105.
400
1,020
32,000
4,500
6,500
$133,076
1,000
$132,076
$6,192
13,140
3,252
2,700
2,616
2,616
4,188
$34,704
935
1,600
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 87
Public Library Commission—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Stenographer—Grade  1 	
Stockman—Grade 2 	
Janitor	
Special living allowance
Temporary assistance	
$63,978       $617,090
1,800
2,496
2,616
1,440
6,200
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense
002
013
014
020
006
Printing and publications
Rentals 	
011
022
004
029
018
023
024
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
Grants and subsidies 	
Laundry and drygoods	
Transportation 	
(25)  $78,530
5,000
4,000
3,000
900
150
550
Office furniture and equipment .
Motor-vehicles and accessories ...
Books, bindings, periodicals, etc.
Extension services 	
Freight and express	
Less revenue
25
2,000
780
2,000
32,000
4,500
6,500
$139,935
1,000
Total of Vote 87
Vote
Provincial Museum
Salaries:
Director  	
Three Research Assistants—Grade
Museum Assistant 	
Assistant in Museum Technique ....
Attendant 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,192
12,852
3,372
2,700
2,616
2,700
4,278
1,630
$37,239
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense
Carried forward..
(10)  $36,340
935
3,200
138,935
$40,475      $756,025 AA 48
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(2)
(2)
(6)
(2)
$37,239
2,000
1,000
100
950
1,000
300
500
12,000
$55,089
500
$54,589
$6,432
4,500
3,636
6,504
9,072
2,520
4,932
4,188
11,862
1,758
5,316
1,980
10,000
(23)      $72,700
180
$72,520
9,000
1,000
1,900
1,000
300
$85,720
$37,239
3,200
1,000
100
950
1,000
300
500
14,500
$58,789
500
$58,289
$6,432
4,500
3,636
6,504
9,072
2,520
4,932
4,188
11,862
1,758
5,316
1,980
10,000
$72,700
180
$72,520
9,000
1,000
1,900
1,000
300
$85,720
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 88
Provincial Museum—Continued
Brought forward  $40,475       $756,025
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
013    Printing and publications   5,000
021 Advertising and publicity   1,000
004    Office furniture and equipment   200
016    Equipment and machinery   2,075
024    Collecting historical data and purchase of
specimens   1,000
023    Maintenance of displays  and collections 300
018    Books, binding, and periodicals   500
022 Perpetuation of totem-poles   12,000
$62,550
Less revenue   700
Total of Vote
Vote 89
Text-book Branch
Salaries:
Officer in Charge
Chief Clerk 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Clerks—Grade  1  	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Four Clerk-Typists 	
lunior Clerk	
Stockman—Grade 5 	
Stockman—Grade 3 	
Stockman—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,432
4,644
6,960
3,252
9,300
2,478
7,230
4,008
6,582
3,060
2,616
2,118
10,000
(21)  $68,680
Less paid by High Correspondence
School 	
180
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
020
004
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Office furniture and equipment	
Carried forward	
$68,500
9,000
1,000
1,900
750
150
61,850
$81,300       $817,875 EDUCATION
AA 49
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$85,720
860,000
14,750
$85,720
860,000
14,750
$960,470
$960,470
960,460
960,460
$10
$10
(30)
See p. 43.
See p. 43.
See p. 42.
$202,200
48,384
Seep. 43.
Seep. 43.
Seep. 43.
See p. 42.
See p. 43.
See p. 43.
Seep. 43.
Seep. 43.
Seep. 43.
2,616
4,512
See p. 43.
900
See pp. 42, 43.
(1)
(2)
$6,432
6,432
5,856
(31)208,632
48,384
12,096
10,020
4,500
3,708
3,708
2,520
6,450
2,868
3,072
7,440
6,768
1,668
900
650
(3)
(3)
(40)    $258,612
12,000
45,000
(62)$342,104
21,950
64,500
$315,612
$428,554
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 89
Text-book Branch—Continued
Brought forward  $81,300       $
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
023 Text-books, etc.   995,000
024 Freight and express, etc  15,250
$1,091,550
Less—
Free text-books  $325,000
Receipts under Rental Plan    305,000
Sales     286,540
Advances re Loan Plan purchases payable from Capital Expenditure Out of
Income      175,000
       1,091,540
Total of Vote 89
Division of Local Educational Services
Vote 90
Inspection of Schools and School Services
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Schools  	
Director of Home Economics	
Director of Visual Education	
Director of School Radio Broadcasts	
Thirty-five Inspectors of Schools	
Seven Municipal Inspectors of Schools..
Two Inspectors of Technical Classes __
Two Inspectors of Home Economics Classes..
Assistant Director, Visual Education	
Assistant Director, School Radio Broadcasts
Photographer 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Three Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1.
Three Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
$7,296
6,432
6,432
6,192
225,720
48,384
12,288
10,284
4,644
3,852
3,852
2,616
4,548
2,868
3,156
7,530
6,756
1,578
975
(67)  $365,403
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
19,100
65,200
517,875
10
Carried forward..
$449,703       $817,885 AA 50
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$315,612
See pp. 42, 43.
9,722
See pp. 42, 43.
2,100
See p. 43.
Seep. 43.
See p. 42.
$327,434
1,737
$325,697
(9)
(4)
$5,952
4,212
3,570
2,868
3,504
10,186
28,665
25,424
4,506
10,591
20,280
10,125
2,160
2,076
1,620
10,368
3,060
2,868
2,868
2,440
14,592
2,436
7,000
(66)    $181,371
1,500
1,200
$428,554
6,500
20,262
1,105
2,100
15,000
7,090
10,000
$490,611
7,937
$482,674
$5,952
4,212
3,570
2,868
3,504
10,186
28,665
25,424
4,506
10,591
20,280
10,125
2,160
2,076
1,620
10,368
3,060
2,868
2,868
2,440
14,592
2,436
7,000
$181,371
1,500
1,200
$184,071
$184,071
Division of Local Educational Services—Continued
Vote 90
Inspection of Schools and School Services—Continued
Brought forward.	
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
013    Printing and publications
Rentals 	
014
004
029
018
019
020
Office furniture and equipment .
Motor-vehicles and accessories _.
Film and photographic supplies..
Film service 	
Scripts, etc.	
$449,703       $817,885
6,500
20,607
2,970
3,200
20,000
7,090
10,000
Less revenue
$520,070
6,000
Total of Vote 90..
Division of Special Educational Services
Vote 91
School for the Deaf and the Blind
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Two Vice-Principals 	
Chief Recreational Instructor ...
Dietitian 	
Nurse-Matron 	
Three Teachers—Grade 4 	
Nine Teachers—Grade 3 	
Nine Teachers—Grade 2	
Two Teachers—Grade 1 	
Four Supervisors—Grade 2	
Ten Supervisors—Grade 1 	
Five Nurses' Aides	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Typist 	
Junior Clerk	
Four lanitors 	
Cook—Grade 3 	
Cook—Grade 2 	
Cook—Grade 1 	
Kitchen Helper (Male)
Eight Maids	
Housekeeper	
Temporary assistance ...
$5,952
7,992
3,708
2,868
3,636
10,122
30,834
25,926
4,824
10,710
22,656
10,020
2,156
1,616
2,076
10,368
3,060
2,868
2,868
2,340
14,712
2,436
7,000
(68)  $190,748
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
1,500
1,200
514,070
Carried forward..
$193,448    $1,331,955 EDUCATION
AA 51
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
$184,071
400
3,000
15,000
250
500
28,225
450
3,200
900
550
125
4,000
3,850
$244,521
7,160
$237,361
$2,868
1,800
$4,668
700
300
3,600
4,200
250
33,727
11,300
$184,071
400
3,000
15,000
250
500
28,225
450
3,200
900
550
125
4,000
3,850
$244,521
7,160
$237,361
$2,868
1,800
$4,668
700
300
3,600
4,200
250
33,727
11,300
Division of Special Educational Services—Continued
Vote 91
School for the Deaf and the Blind—Continued
Brought forward...                  $193,448     % 1.331.955
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
013    Printing and publications	
400
014    Rentals  	
1,000
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds
006    Heat, lieht. power, and water	
3,000
15,000
008    Medical services	
250
022    Medical supplies 	
500
010    Provisions and catering	
28,225
009    Clothing and uniforms 	
450
011    Laundry and dry-goods	
3,200
019    Grants and subsidies 	
900
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
004    Office furniture and eauinment	
550
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
016 Equipment and machinery	
017 Educational supplies     	
3,200
2,300
3,850
$3,560
4,800
Less deductions for rent	
Less fees ...     ..   . ..
$256,273
8,360
Total of Vote 91	
          247.913
Division of Teacher Training, Registration,
and Examinations
Vote 92
Teacher-training and Summer Schools
Salaries:
Co-ordinator of Teacher-training  $6,792
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,868
Junior Clerk  1,800
Travelling expense
Rentals  	
Transportation 	
$58,745
$58,745
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
002
014
022
004
030
020
017
021    Specialist training fees and teacher recruitment 	
Carried forward	
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies __
Instructors' fees 	
Educational supplies 	
(3)  $11,460
700
400
3,600
4,200
265
250
37,500
11,800
2,000
$72,175    $1,579,868 AA 52
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$58,745
5,800
$52,945
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
$75,000
$75,000
37,000
$38,000
$6,792
6,432
63,888
15,324
4,068
2,616
1,668
3,000
2,700
2,616
2,796
$58,745
5,800
$52,945
$6,432
8,820
2,796
5,040
7,116
3,336
(11)$33,540
2,500
1,000
82,700
$119,740
37,000
$82,740
$6,792
6,432
63,888
15,324
4,068
2,616
1,668
3,000
2,700
2,616
2,796
Vote 92
Division of Teacher Training, Registration,
and Examinations—Continued
Teacher-training and Summer Schools—Continued
Brought forward  $72,175    $1,579,868
Less revenue  18,500
Total of Vote 92  53,675
Vote 93
Teacher Registration and Examinations
Salaries:
Departmental Registrar  	
Two Assistant Registrars	
Photostat Operator 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 ..
$6,072
8,856
2,868
4,596
7,308
3,516
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
002    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
020    Examinations 	
(11)  $33,216
2,500
1,500
335
79,500
Less revenue .
$117,051
41,000
Total of Vote 93
Vote 94
Vancouver Normal School
Salaries:
Principal 	
Vice-Principal 	
Eleven Instructors—Grade 3
Three Instructors—Grade 2 .
Teacher—Grade 4	
Teacher—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Chief Stationary Engineer	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1 	
Janitor 	
Gardener 	
$7,296
6,672
68,856
16,032
2,373
1,125
2,616
2,076
3,576
2,700
2,616
2,796
76,051
(23)    $111,900
$111,900
Carried forward. (23)  $118,734    $1,709,594 EDUCATION
AA 53
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$111,900
$138,225
20,368
$117,857
$7,152
6,432
(5)
29,832
(3)
15,228
2,700
2,832
1,758
(13)
$65,934
1,500
1,600
800
850
1,800
250
$111,900
2,360
2,360
1,400
1,400
1,500
1,500
4,400
4,400
2,100
2,100
1,250
1,250
1,840
1,840
5,500
5,500
5,975
5,975
$138,225
20,368
$117,857
$7,152
6,432
29,832
15,228
2,700
2,832
1,758
$65,934
1,500
1,600
800
850
1,800
250
Vote 94
Division of Teacher Training, Registration,
and Examinations—Continued
Vancouver Normal School—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds..
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
008    Medical services	
019    Grants and subsidies	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016 Equipment and machinery	
017 Educational supplies 	
018 Demonstration schools 	
Less Normal School fees     $19,000
Less deductions for rent, etc. 468
$118,734    $1,709,594
2,360
1,400
2,500
4,400
2,100
1,250
810
1,900
5,500
5,975
$146,929
19,468
Total of Vote 94 .
Vote 95
Victoria Normal School
Salaries:
Principal 	
Vice-Principal 	
Six Instructors—Grade 3 ._
Two Instructors—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist 	
$7,420
6,672
37,872
10,656
2,796
2,868
1,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
020
004
016
017
018
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Transportation 	
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment and machinery	
Educational supplies	
Demonstration schools	
(13) $70,084
1,500
1,600
325
800
160
250
1,800
250
127,461
$72,734
$72,734
Carried forward..
$76,769 $1,837,055 AA 54
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$72,734
9,500
$72,734
9,500
$63,234
$63,234
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
Seep. 43.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 81.
See Vote 79.
See Vote 81.
See Vote 81.
See Vote 81.
$5,472
4,644
4,140
(2)
(1)
(3)
7,020
6,762
2,658
6,900
2,436
2,436
(13) $42,468
1,500
1,500
$45,468
$30,000
15,000
$15,000
$14,000
7,000
$7,000
Division of Teacher Training, Registration,
and Examinations—Continued
Vote 95
Victoria Normal School—Continued
Brought forward	
Less Normal School fees.
Total of Vote 95	
$76,769    $1,837,055
9,000
Division of Finance and Accounting Services
Vote 96
Accounting Branch
Salaries:
Departmental Comptroller 	
Chief Clerk 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 2	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist  	
$6,072
4,644
3,996
7,140
3,852
6,000
5,316
4,464
2,520
2,436
1,440
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
(15)  $47,880
1,500
2,500
660
Total of Vote 96..
Vote 97
Code No.
020    (a)
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes
Urban Occupational Training (Power-machine, Automobile  Mechanics,  Diesel
Engineering, etc.)      $30,000
Less Federal grant       15,000
$15,000
021    (Z>) Rural Occupational Training (Agricultural and Rural
Leadership)        $14,000
Less Federal grant         7,000
7,000
67,769
52,540
Carried forward..
$22,000    $1,957,364
J EDUCATION
AA 55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$72,000
48,000
Divis
Vote 97
ion of Finance and Accounting Servk
deral-Provincial Training Programmes
Brousht forward	
:es—Continued
Fe
Code No.
022    (c)
023
024 (d)
025 (e)
027 (/)
026 (g)
028 (/.)
—Continued
$22,000    $1,957,364
Student-aid Bursaries 	
Loans to students        . _
$72,000
48,000
Less Federal grant	
Vocational    Training:
Shedule   M   (Unemployed
Workers)   	
Less Federal grant	
Vocational    Training:
Schedule  K-2   (Defence
Workers)   	
$120,000
30,000
$120,000
30,000
See Vote 81.
$90,000
$30,000
15,000
90,000
$30,000
15,000
See Vote 81.
$15,000
$20,000
15,000
15,000
$20,000
15,000
Less Federal grant 	
Vocational    Training:
Schedule R (Rehabilitation
of Handicapped Civilians)
Less Federal grant	
Vocational  Schools   Assistance:   Operation 	
Less Federal grant	
Less chargeable to basic
and night-school grants
Vocational Correspondence
Courses:   Preparation and
Revision 	
Less Federal grant	
Carried forward	
See Vote 81.
$5,000
$40,000
20,000
5,000
$380,000
190,000
20,000
$271,400
140,700
$130,700
60,000
$190,000
119,300
See Vote 81.
$70,700
$5,000
2,500
70,700
See Vote 82.
$11,500
5,750
$5,750
2,500
$225,200    $1,957,364 AA 56
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
Division of Finance and Accounting Services—Continued
Vote 97
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes—Continued
Brought forward             $225,200    $1,957,364
031    (;')  Correspondence   Courses
for New Canadians     $15,000
Less Federal grant         7,500
7,500
$24,000
19,296
032    (/)  Community   Programmes
Grants         $24,000
Less Federal grant       19,296
See Vote 81.
$4,704
4,704
$213,154
Total of Vote 97                                   237,404
$9,967,000
Vote 98
$9,540,000
Code No.
021    Basic and Supplementary Grants (Including Provincial
Share of Debt Charges)                      11,500,000
$5,400,000
Vote 99
$5,400,000
Code No.
024    Special Aid to Rural Areas       6,000,000
$1,200,000
Vote 100
$1,070,000
Code No.
033    Conveyance of Pupils        1,300,000
$1,810,000
Vote 101
$1,810,000
Code No.
023    Teachers' Superannuation Fund 6%   (" Special Assistance in the Cost of Education Act ")       2,000,000
$103,000
Vote 102
$3,000
Code No.
024    Special Aid to School Districts                                                   103.000
$100,000
See Vote 102.
Essential New Equipment                            	
$49,000
Vote 103
Seep. 43.
Code No.
031    Night-school Grants                50,000
Carried forward  $23,147,768 EDUCATION                                                                  AA 57
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$15,000
Division of Finance and Accounting Services—Continued
Brought forward                          $23,147,768
Vote 104
$15,000
Code No.
025    Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses          15,000
$106,500
Vote 105
See Vote 87.
Code No.
032    Library Associations Grants                                            100,000
$310,000
Vote 106
$290,000
Code No.
020   Free Text-books, Maps, etc.           325,000
$1,000
See Vote 79.
Board of Reference    .              	
$2,500,000
Vote 107
$2,500,000
Code No.
017    Grant to Univeristy of British Columbia       2,700,000
$65,510
Vote 108
$65,510
Code No.
027    University Endowment Lands                            72,250
$30,000
Vote 109
$30,000
Code No.
028    Special Grant to Victoria College             30,000
$13,600
Vote 110
$10,000
Code No.
030    Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies                               15,000
$5,200,000
5,199,990
Vote 111
$5,200,000
5,199,990
Code No.
031    "Public   Schools  Act"   (R.S.B.C.   1948,
Chap.  297, Sec.   120)   and "Public
Libraries Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap.
185,  Sec.   19)—Advances  re rural
school and library taxes            $5,800,000
Less revenue, rural district taxes                   5,799,990
$10.00
$10.00
Total of Vote 111                                   10
$10,316
$10,316
Assessment Equalization Board 	
23,016,894
$23,666,694
Total, Department of Education  $26,405,028 AA 58
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(2)
$7,500
3,780
320
(2)      $11,600
1,200
2,500
$15,300
$13,560
8,520
7,152
6,912
5,760
9,072
7,992
5,496
3,000
2,436
2,748
7,434
6,444
1,440
3,294
1,000
(23)      $92,260
5,500
4,000
1,000
$102,760
.8,316
8,520
$7,500
3,780
320
$11,600
1,200
2,500
$15,300
$13,560
8,520
7,152
6,912
5,760
9,072
7,992
5,496
3,000
2,436
2,748
7,434
6,444
1,440
3,294
1,000
$92,260
5,500
4,000
1,000
$102,760
$8,316
8,520
$16,836
$16,836
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Vote 112
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Finance (paid as Premier)	
Secretary	
Temporary assistance	
$3,780
320
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
(1)  $4,100
1,200
Total of Vote 112
Vote 113
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance and Financial Adviser 	
Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance	
Registrar	
Comptroller of Expenditure—Grade 2	
Inspector of Government Agencies	
Two Chief Clerks 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer
Senior Stenographer 	
Three Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Clerk-Stenographers ..
Clerk-Typist 	
lunior Clerk	
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 113	
$13,560
8,520
7,152
5,760
9,216
8,136
5,832
3,060
2,832
2,700
5,898
4,194
1,488
1,578
1,000
(20)  $80,926
5,500
4,000
1,000
Vote 114
Controlling and Audit Branch
Salaries:
Comptroller-General   $9,3 60
Deputy Comptroller-General   7,728
Carried forward. _   $17,088
$5,300
91,426
$96,726 FINANCE
AA 59
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(5)
(2)
(7)
(4)
$16,836
6,912
5,280
11,328
22,434
8,856
26,106
4,644
4,140
11,052
6,576
12,054
3,060
12,978
14,580
2,256
2,340
6,618
6,270
6,186
4,000
(58)    $194,506
10,000
41,290
7,500
26,000
$279,296
$16,836
6,912
5,280
11,328
22,434
8,856
26,106
4,644
4,140
11,052
6,576
12,054
3,060
12,978
14,580
2,256
2,340
6,618
6,270
6,186
4,000
$194,506
10,000
41,290
7,500
26,000
$279,296
$10,000
$10,000
5,034
5,034
3,552
3,552
2,424
2,424
2,340
2,340
2,196
2,196
1,668
1,668
500
500
(7)  $27,714
$27,714
Vote 114
Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Assistant Deputy Comptroller-General
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2 	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 5	
Six Audit Accountants—Grade 3	
Eight Audit Accountants—Grade 2	
Three Audit Accountants—Grade 1	
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2	
Seven Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Senior Coder	
Three Coders—Grade A	
Four Junior Clerks	
Four Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance	
$17,088
6,912
5,472
11,760
28,032
33,336
11,268
11,340
6,066
12,396
3,060
13,194
14,460
2,340
2,298
5,094
6,534
6,180
1,712
(58) $198,542
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   11,000
017    Mechanical tabulation services  41,750
004    Office furniture and equipment  2,150
002 Travelling expense  25,000
Total of Vote 114	
Vote 115
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House,
London, England
Agent-General's Office
Salaries:
Agent-General      $10,000
Administrative Assistant—Grade 3.
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1.
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
5,220
3,684
2,544
2,424
1,896
1,740
500
$96,726
278,442
Carried forward. (7) $28,008
$375,168 AA 60
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(4)
(1)
$27,714
2,500
7,500
2,000
$39,714
$1,584
2,796
1,356
1,795
$7,531
4,000
7,500
3,400
1,250
3,200
5,200
2,400
$34,481
$74,195
58,930
$15,265
$4,992
7,206
3,000
$15,198
$27,714
2,500
7,500
2,000
$39,714
$1,584
2,796
1,356
1,795
$7,531
4,000
7,500
3,400
1,250
3,200
5,200
2,400
$34,481
$74,195
58,930
$15,265
$4,992
7,206
3,000
Vote 115
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House,
London, England—Continued
Agent-General's Office—Continued
Brought forward     $28,008
Expenses:
Office expense          2,500
Allowances, travelling and other expenses          7,500
Advertising, subscriptions to publications, etc.        2,500
$40,508
British Columbia House,
London, England
Salaries:
Engineer and Chief lanitor	
Two Engineers 	
Night-watchman 	
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Maintenance, etc.
Ground-rent	
Rates and taxes ___
Insurance 	
$1,584
2,712
1,356
2,191
Heat, light, power, and water-
Cleaning and janitors' supplies-
Incidentals and contingencies   ..
(4)  $7,843
4,000
7,500
3,400
1,300
3,500
4,700
2,500
34,743
Less rents from British Columbia House
Total of Vote 115	
$75,251
60,710
Vote 116
Mechanical Tabulation Branch
Salaries:
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 2.... $5,184
Two   Senior  Tabulating-machine   Operators —
Grade 2  7,488
Two   Senior  Tabulating-machine   Operators —
Grade 1  6,126
$15,198
Carried forward..
$375,168
14,541
$18,798       $389,709 FINANCE
AA 61
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$15,198
41,290
40,000
48,500
$129,790
$10
$7,152
6,432
$34,512
$15,198
(1)          2,868
2,868
4,638
4,638
3,612
3,612
7,338
7,338
30,672
30,672
4,596
4,596
1,488
1,488
2,100
2,100
(30)      $72,510
$72,510
2,000
2,000
290
290
54,000
54,000
1,000
1,000
$129,800
$129,800
41,290
40,000
48,500
$129,790
$10
$7,152
6,432
5,376
5,376
5,184
5,184
5,184
5,184
5,184
5,184
$34,512
Vote 116
Mechanical Tabulation Branch—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Two Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2._
Two Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1_
Two    Junior    Clerks — Grade    A    (Operator
Trainees)   	
Three Senior Key-punch Operators	
Sixteen Key-punch Operators 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance	
$18,798       $389,709
5,448
4,368
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
016    Equipment rental ..
004    Office furniture and equipment
7,572
31,586
4,776
5,162
(30)  $77,710
2,000
500
54,000
600
$134,810
Less recoverable from—
(a) Controlling and Audit
Branch      $41,750
(b) Consumption and
Amusements Taxation
Branch        40,300
(c) Real Property Taxation Branch       52,750
134,800
Total of Vote 116
Vote 117
Consumption and Amusements Taxation Branch
(a) Social Services Tax (Code 11701)
Salaries:
Director   $7,440
Chief Auditor   6,672
Administrative  Assistant ■—■ Grade  2
(Victoria)   ,  5,568
Administrative  Assistant — Grade  2
(Vancouver)   5,376
Audit Accountant—Grade 4  5,376
Collections Officer   5,184
Carried forward     $35,616
10
$389,719 AA 62
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(25)
(5)
(6)
(5)
(7)
(6)
$34,512
9,000
99,546
17,850
25,416
37,536
4,356
3,780
9,510
11,400
7,752
11,580
2,700
2,478
10,770
3,156
3,738
12,132
10,998
2,500
360
(95)    $321,070
41,200
46,000
40,000
16,800
3,800
7,000
1,250
$477,120
See Votes 126,
127.
$477,120
$34,512
9,000
99,546
17,850
25,416
37,536
4,356
3,780
9,510
11,400
7,752
11,580
2,700
2,478
10,770
3,156
3,738
12,132
10,998
2,500
360
$321,070
42,450
46,000
40,000
16,800
3,800
7,000
See office exp.
$477,120
$5,184
4,068
3,120
$12,372
Vote 117
Consumption and Amusements Taxation Branch—Continued
(a) Social Services Tax—Continued
Brought forward     $35,616
Salaries—Continued
Three Audit Accountants—Grade 3—.
Twenty-six Audit Accountants—Grade
2 	
Fourteen Audit Accountants—Grade 1
Eight Inspectors—Grade 2	
Ten Inspectors—Grade 1 	
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2__
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1__
Three Clerks—Grade 2 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1	
Senior Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Six Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1a	
Two Comptometer Operators 	
Eight Clerk-Typists	
Seven Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance 	
Special living allowance 	
13,788
106,704
50,022
34,056
36,474
4,500
3,924
10,200
11,868
8,016
11,670
2,700
2,520
12,666
3,648
13,530
12,312
2,500
720
(109)  $377,434
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
017
014
004
029
030
Office expense        43,400
Travelling expense 	
Mechanical tabulation services
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment
Automobiles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies —
53,000
40,360
17,700
3,300
9,500
(b)  Gasoline and Fuel-oil Taxes
(Code 11702)
(Transferred from Surveyor of
Taxes and Vancouver Agency)
Salaries:
Inspector  of  Fuel-oil  and  Gasoline
Taxes        $5,184
Senior Clerk—Grade 2         4,212
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1          3,120
Carried forward     $ 12,516
$389,719
$544,694
$544,694       $389,719 FINANCE
AA 63
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mar
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31, 1955
$12,372
2,436
2,616
2,076
Vote 117
'axation B
Taxes—Cc
$12,516
2,436
2,616
2,076
RANCH—Con
mtinued
$544,694
26,044
33,344
$477,120
Consumption and Amusements .
(b)  Gasoline and Fuel-oil
Brought forward	
inued
$389,719
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Stockman—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 2
(6)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   	
$19,500
6,100
1,200
$19,644
6,200
200
002    Travelling expense 	
(c)  Amusements
Pari-mutuel Tax
(Code 11703)
(Transferred from Sur
Taxes and Vancouver
Salaries:
Inspector, Amusements Tax—Grade 3
Inspector, Amusements Tax—Grade 2
Two Inspectors, Amusements Tax—
Grade 1 ... _ 	
$26,800
and
?s
veyor of
Agency)
$4,644
4,356
7,638
3,186
2,520
6,500
See Votes 126,
127.
$4,500
4,212
7,566
3,186
2,520
6,500
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
(6)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense    	
$28,484
2,400
2,500
$28,844
2,000
2,500
002    Travelling expense 	
Total of Vote 117	
$33,384
$477,120
$537,304
604,082
Vote 118
ATION BRA!
NICH
$7,152
$7,440
6,432
5,952
$7,440
Real Property Tax
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes 	
6,432
Assistant Surveyor of Taxes	
5,952
Appraiser—Grade 3 (Structural) 	
6,192
Carried forward	
$19,824
$19,824
$13,344
$993,801 AA 64
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$19,824
5,376
$19,824
5,376
5,184
See Vote 116.
4,644
4,644
4,500
4,500
4,500
See Vote 116.
4,212
4,212
4,068
4,068
3,996
See Vote 116.
4,068
See Vote 116.
14,028
14,028
3,504
3,504
3,504
3,504
3,312
3,312
(5)
14,730
(4)
8,424
(4)
10,440
(3)
8,004
(1)
2,979
2,979
2,868
2,868
2,520
2,520
2,256
2,256
10,134
10,134
5,940
(2)
3,864
3,156
3,156
4,824
4,824
3,066
3,066
20,500
14,000
(47)
$168,133
(39)$133,067
39,000
25,000
48,500
2,000
4,650
6,500
45,000
2,000
30,500
22,200
48,500
2,000
4,650
6,500
45,000
2,000
Vote 118
Real Property Taxation Branch—Continued
Brought forward..
Salaries—Continued
Appraiser—Grade 3 (Timber Land) 	
Appraiser—Grade 3 (Land) 	
Inspector, Fuel-oil and Gasoline Taxes
Roll Supervisor	
Chief Clerk	
Inspector, Amusements Tax—Grade 3
Appraiser—Grade 2 (Land) 	
Appraiser—Grade 2 (Structural) 	
Inspector, Amusements Tax—Grade 1
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Four Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Appraiser—Grade 1 (Land) 	
Appraiser—Grade 1 (Timber Land) ____
Appraiser—Grade 1 (Structural) 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3 ...
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
$13,344       $993,801
5,568
5,184
4,800
4,644
3,924
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 2_.
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Senior Stenographer	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 1 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Three Junior Clerks	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance	
14,580
3,570
3,438
3,438
3,444
3,252
11,856
5,526
5,616
2,928
2,340
10,326
6,174
3,384
5,052
3,246
14,500
$340,783
$294,417
(41) $140,134
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   33,750
002 Travelling expense  22,000
017    Mechanical tabulation services  52,750
020    Courts of Revision and Appeal  2,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   2,400
031    Appraisal services  (timber leases and licences)    37,000
     Commissions on collection of general revenue        	
030 Incidentals and contingencies  1,750
Carried forward  $293,284
$993,801 FINANCE
AA 65
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE                             Fisc.
Me
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31, 1955 ,
$294,417
Vote 118
$340,783
Real Property Taxation Branch—Continued
Brought forward.                                         $293,284
$993,801
Less transferred to "Assessment Equalization Act "            25,000
$340,783
$294,417
Total of Vote 118        ....
268,284
Vote 119
$6,192
$6,192
Income Taxation
(Including Logging Tax, Mining Tax, Probate Fees,
and Inspection of Trust Companies)
Salaries:
Director              $6,912
Audit Accountant—Grade 5              5,184
4,068
7,560
4,068
7,560
2,436
1,578
1,488
250
Senior Clerk—Grade 2                         4,212
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1               7,560
Clerk—Grade 2               2,436
2,436
Stenographer—Grade 2        ...                                   2,436
Stenographer—Grade 1                    1,758
1,578
1,488
250
lunior Clerk—Grade A                             1,668
Clerk-Typist                                              1,536
Temporary assistance                                  10,000
(7)      $23,572
1,600
1,500
100
$23,572
1,600
1,500
100
(10)  $43,702
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense                        2,500
002 Travelling expense              5,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  .                  750
$26,772
$26,772
Total of Vote 119      	
51,952
Vote 120
"Assessment Equalization Act "
Salaries:
Commissioner      .   ..                      $9,000
Senior Improvement Valuator                         7,200
Senior Land Valuator                         5,760
Executive Assistant and Secretary                          6,000
Temporary assistance                                  30,000
(4)  $57,960
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office, travelling, and incidental expenses             22,040
031    Consultant and technical fees                                 20 000
Total of Vote 120
100,000
Carried forward	
$1,414,037 AA 66
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)   $6,672
300
900
$7,872
6,192
$1,680
(3)
(2)
(12)
(3)
$6,672
5,184
4,500
7,848
9,072
3,780
6,444
9,138
22,404
2,616
2,436
4,368
19,716
3,780
12,084
4,878
3,000
5,184
2,298
2,028
1,716
3,636
3,372
3,252
$6,672
300
900
$7,872
6,192
$1,680
$6,672
5,184
4,500
7,848
9,072
3,780
6,444
9,138
22,404
2,616
2,436
4,368
19,716
3,780
12,084
4,878
3,000
5,184
2,298
2,028
1,716
3,636
3,372
3,252
Brought forward..
Vote 121
Housing Commissioner
Salaries:
Commissioner     (1) $6,912
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  100
002 Travelling expense  500
031    Operational costs   9,500
Less recoverable from Department of
Municipal Affairs	
Total of Vote 121 	
$17,012
6,432
Vote 122
Purchasing Commission
Salaries:
Chairman 	
Buyer—Grade 3	
Buyer—Grade 2	
Two Buyers—Grade 1 	
Two Chief Clerks	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 .
Nine Clerks—Grade 2 	
Senior Stenographer	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Ten Clerks—Grade 1 	
lunior Clerk	
Three Clerk-Typists	
Head Business-machine Mechanic ..
Four Senior Business-machine Mechanics.
Two Apprentices—Trades 	
Junior Clerk (Apprentice) 	
Temporary assistance	
Vancouver:
Buyer—Grade 3	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Senior Stenographer	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Cabinetmaker  	
Carpenter 	
$149,406
$149,406
Senior Business-machine Mechanic
Carried forward
$6,912
5,184
4,644
8,136
9,216
3,780
6,690
6,186
23,226
2,700
$1,414,037
2,436
20,682
1,578
4,644
3,780
12,432
4,032
1,620
3,500
5,184
3,186
2,520
2,028
3,636
3,372
3,252
10,580
$154,556    $1,424,617 FINANCE
AA 67
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
$149,406
5,136
(55) $154,542
8,000
5,500
1,500
1,800
300
1,000
4,000
12,000
5,000
3,000
$196,642
$3,852
3,000
2,256
2,500
(3)  $11,608
900
2,500
200,000
$215,008
214,998
$10
$1,000
7,551
3,551
$149,406
5,136
$154,542
8,000
5,500
1,500
1,800
300
1,000
4,000
12,000
5,000
3,000
$196,642
$3,852
3,000
2,256
2,500
$11,608
900
2,500
200,000
$215,008
214,998
$10
$1,000
7,551
:,551
Vote 122
Purchasing Commission—Continued
        $154,556    $1,424,617
Brought forward	
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver—Continued
Two Junior Inspectors and Business-machine
Mechanics 	
5,316
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Advertising for tenders	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
Shop materials and equipment:
031 Cabinetmaker       $1,000
031        Typewriter service         5,000
031        Machine service contracts .....      14,000
031        Furniture maintenance         4,000
031        Cartage and freight         2,000
(54) $159,872
7,500
6,000
2,000
1,000
300
26,000
Total of Vote 122
Vote 123
Langford Warehouse
Salaries:
Warehouse Supervisor
Stockman—Grade 4 —
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance .
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
018    Warehouse expense
020    Stores purchases 	
$3,996
3,060
2,340
2,500
Less recoverable from departments
Total of Vote 123 	
(3)  $11,896
700
2,700
180,000
$195,296
195,286
Vote 124
Code No.
004
Departments:
Legislation
Agriculture
Office Furniture and Equipment
$1,000
5,806
Carried forward..
202,672
10
$6,806   $1,627,299 AA 68
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$8,551
49,764
3,415
26,980
15,500
18,625
25,000
2,750
18,054
86,556
3,900
2,000
12,560
845
33,525
200
2,700
25,075
$336,000
335,990
ilO
$10,000
84,675
2,100
22,500
90,000
48,300
6,000
5,100
34,950
287,612
15,100
1,800
6,900
$8,551
49,764
3,415
26,980
15,500
18,625
25,000
2,750
18,054
86,556
3,900
2,000
12,560
845
33,525
200
2,700
25,075
$336,000
335,990
$10
$10,000
84,675
2,100
22,500
90,000
48,300
6,000
5,100
34,950
287,612
15,100
1,800
6,900
Vote 124
Office Furniture and Equipment—Continued
Brought forward-
Departments—Continued
Attorney-General  	
Education 	
Finance 	
Fisheries 	
Health and Welfare:
Health	
Welfare	
$6,806    $1,627,299
46,323
15,050
16,800
300
19,840
8,723
Hospital Insurance Service
Labour 	
Lands and Forests:
Lands	
Forests 	
Mines 	
Municipal Affairs	
Provincial Secretary 	
Public Utilities 	
Public Works 	
Railways 	
Trade and Industry	
Contingencies 	
Less recoverable from departments..
Total of Vote 124	
3,375
8,538
46,200
750
1,815
14,025
810
20,500
100
2,850
27,195
$240,000
239,990
Vote 125
Code No.
029
Departments:
Agriculture 	
Attorney-General
Education 	
Finance 	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories
Health and Welfare:
Health 	
Welfare	
Hospital Insurance Service
Labour 	
Lands and Forests:
Lands 	
Forests 	
Mines 	
$615,037
$615,037
Provincial Secretary 	
Public Utilities Commission
Carried forward..
$10,000
55,715
11,000
35,900
52,600
31,200
9,200
30,925
293,285
9,200
23,000
2,400
10
$564,425 $1,627,309 FINANCE
AA 69
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch31,1955
$615,037
501,700
3,900
40,163
Vote 125
-Continued
$564,425
417,500
$615,037
Motor-vehicles and Accessories—
Brought forward	
$1,627,309
501,700
3,900
40,163
Departments—Continued
Public Works     .. 	
Trade and Industry    _.  	
Contingencies      	
40,075
Less sales and trade-ins	
Less recoverable from departments
Total of Vote 125	
$1,160,800
68,000
$1,160,800
68,000
$1,022,000
96,725
$1,092,800
1,092,790
$1,092,800
1,092,790
$925,275
925,265
$10
$10
10
Vote 126
$4,212
3,372
11,844
2,598
$4,068
3,252
11,646
$4,068
3,252
11,646
Postal Branch
Salaries:
Chief Postal Clerk     	
Postal Clerk—Grade 2	
Four Postal Clerks—Grade 1  __    ....
Clerk—Grade 2	
2,196
300
2,196
300
Clerk—Grade 1     	
Temporary assistance  ..    ..     .
300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense    	
(7)      $21,462
1,200
700
$21,462
1,200
700
130
315,000
(7)  $22,326
1,200
1,000
005    Upkeep of automobile .. ..
130
004    Office furniture and equipment      __   _
315,000
003    Postage 	
360,000
Less recoverable from—
Consumption and Amusements Taxation Branch-    $14,000
Hospital Insurance Service     60,000
Motor-vehicle Branch        _     30,000
Queen's Printer         1,000
$338,492
$338,492
$384,526
105,000
$14,000
50,000
25,000
1,000
$14,000
50,000
25,000
1,000
$90,000
$90,000
■
Total of Vote 126	
$248,492
$248,492
279,526
Carried forward	
$1,906,845 AA 70
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
$5,184
$5,184
4,428
4,428
3,636
3,636
2,520
2,520
2,388
2,388
2,028
2,028
1,800
1,800
2,616
2,616
(8)  $24,600
$24,600
1,200
1,200
1,150
1,150
350
350
1,100
1,100
$28,400
$28,400
(1)   $3,780
295
725
500
$5,300
$3,852
2,436
2,208
960
$3,852
2,436
2,208
960
(3)   $9,456
$9,456
544
75
75
544
75
75
$10,150
$10,150
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$3,780
295
725
500
$5,300
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
Brought forward	
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.
Alberni Agency (Code 12701)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 3   $5,088
Assessor—Grade 1          4,500
Senior Clerk—Grade 1        3,780
Clerk—Grade 2        2,616
Clerk—Grade 1          2,256
Stenographer—Grade 2          2,028
Stenographer—Grade 1   	
Clerk-Typist          1,536
Janitor         2,616
(8) $24,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,400
002 Travelling expense  1,050
020    Maintenance of building  330
006    Heat, light, power, and water.... 1,200
Total, Alberni Agency	
$1,906,845
$28,400
Ashcroft Sub-Agency (Code 12702)
Salaries:
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  (1) $3,780
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  315
020    Maintenance of building  30
006    Heat, light, power, and water  450
Total, Ashcroft Sub-Agency	
Atlin Agency (Code 12703)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1   $3,996
Clerk—Grade 1   1,980
Janitor  2,220
Special living allowance  1,020
(3) $9,216
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   534
002 Travelling expense  75
020    Maintenance of building  75
Carried forward.  $9,900
4,575
$32,975    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 71
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                    Fi*s;alXe,a.'I.n?in8
March 31, 1955
$10,150
1,250
Vote 127
$10,150
1,250
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Atlin Agency—Continued
Brought forward       $9,900         $32,975    $1,906,845
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
006    Heat, light, power, and water....        1,250
$11,400
$11,400
Total, Atlin Agency ...                     11,150
(1)        $2,796
375
74
$2,796
375
74
755
800
Barkerville Sub-Agency (Code 12710)
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  (1)  $2,868
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense            375
002 Travelling expense              52
755
020    Maintenance of building ...               30
800
006    Heat, light, power, and water            800
$4,800
$4,800
Total, Barkerville Sub-Agency                     4,125
$4,356
1,980
$4,356
1,980
2,616
360
Burns Lake Agency (Code 12711)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1        $4,356
Clerk—Grade 1                   1,980
2,616
Janitor .      .                               2,616
360
Special living allowance            360
(3)        $9,312
650
38
$9,312
650
38
250
1,350
(3)  $9,312
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense            700
002 Travelling expense  .       .             38
250
020    Maintenance of building                  250
1,350
006    Heat, light, power, and water —        1,450
$11,600
$11,600
Total, Burns Lake Agency            11,750
$4,140
$4,140
3,000
2,028
Clinton Agency (Code 12715)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1        $4,284
3,000
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1               3,120
2,028
Stenographer—Grade 2               2,118
(3)        $9,168
782
$9,168
782
(3)  $9,522
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense .               878
$9,950
$9,950
Carried forward     $10,400         $60,000    $1,906,845 AA 72
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-
-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$9,950
50
600
2,000
$9,950
50
600
2,000
Vote 127
ETC.—Contin
-Continued
$10,400
50
125
2,000
Government Agents,
Clinton Agency—
Brought forward ..
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
002    Travelling expenses 	
020    Maintenance of building 	
ued
$60,000    $1,906,845
006    Heat, light, power, and water _
Total, Clinton Agency	
$12,600
$12,600
12,575
Courtenay Agency
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Code 12716)
$5,568
5,184
4,140
7,920
$5,376
5,184
3,996
4,068
3,570
3,136
$5,376
5,184
3,996
4,068
3,570
3,136
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
(i)
Two Deputy Assessors—Grade 2
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
3,252
2,520
7,032
2,436
1,668
1,896
1,716
2,700
2,616
2,616
Clerk—Grade 2 	
(4)
8,970
2,388
2,160
1,800
1,620
2,700
2,616
8,970
2,388
2,160
1,800
1,620
2,700
2,616
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 ...
Stenographer—Grade 1       .
Clerk-Typist _      	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 1  ... .
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1   _
Janitor   ..           .
Launch Deck-hand 	
(17)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense ...        _     ...
(16)
$47,584
3,866
3,250
600
3,100
$47,584
3,866
3,250
600
3,100
$51,264
2,786
3,250
600
3,100
002    Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building  .
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
Less postage recoverable from
other departments	
Total, Courtenay Agency
Cranbrook Agency
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 3 .   	
$58,400
1,500
$58,400
1,500
$61,000
700
$56,900
$56,900
60,300
[Code 12717)
$5,184
4,800
3,636
$5,184
4,722
3,504
$5,184
4,722
3,504
Assessor—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Carried forward	
$13,410
$13,410
$13,620      $132,875    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 73
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
(2)
$13,410
3,000
2,832
5,226
2,256
1,536
2,928
(10)      $31,188
1,562
2,100
250
1,400
$36,500
$3,312
2,478
$5,790
410
$6,200
$6,200
$5,184
$5,184
4,428
4,428
3,636
3,636
4,956
4,956
2,520
2,520
(1)
2,436
2,436
2,436
2,436
1,716
1,716
2,676
2,676
(10)
$29,988
$29,988
$13,410
3,000
2,832
5,226
2,256
1,536
2,928
$31,188
1,562
2,100
250
1,400
$36,500
$3,312
2,478
$5,790
410
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Cranbrook Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $13,620       $132,875    $1,906,845
Salaries—Continued
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 __
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
3,000
2,868
2,748
2,076
4,152
2,928
(10)  $31,392
1,658
2,600
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water —
Total, Cranbrook Agency
300
1,500
37,450
Creston Sub-Agency (Code 12718)
Salaries:
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  $3,438
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
(2)  $5,958
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  417
Total, Creston Sub-Agency   6,375
Duncan Agency (Code 12725)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 3  $5,184
Assessor—Grade 1   4,500
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,316
Clerk-Stenographer .'... 2,520
Two Clerks—Grade 1  4,512
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,436
Clerk-Typist   	
Janitor   2,676
Carried forward (10) $30,924       $176,700    $1,906,845 AA 74
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1953
$29,988
1,087
400
175
1,050
$32,700
$4,644
3,186
2,298
2,928
(4)      $13,056
594
50
150
950
$14,800
$3,372
1,578
840
(2)        $5,790
610
$6,400
$4,572
3,060
2,118
2,676
(4)      $12,426
$29,988
1,087
400
175
1,050
$32,700
$4,644
3,186
2,298
2,928
$13,056
594
50
150
950
$14,800
$3,372
1,578
840
$5,790
610
Vote 127
Brought forward
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Duncan Agency—Continued
     $30,924
$176,700    $1,906,845
020   Maintenance of building	
006   Heat, light, power, and water.
1,150
400
76
1,050
Total, Duncan Agency	
Fernie Agency (Code 12730)
33,600
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2   ...
$4,644
3,252
2,388
2,988
(4)  $13,272
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water .
Total, Fernie Agency	
578
50
150
950
15,000
Fort St. John Sub-Agency (Code 12731)
Salaries:
Senior Clerk—Grade 1        $3,504
Junior Clerk         1,668
Special living allowance  840
(2)  $6,012
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
588
$6,400
$4,572
3,060
2,118
2,676
$12,426
Total, Fort St. John Sub-Agency _
Golden Agency (Code 12735)
6,600
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Clerk-Stenographer	
Junior Clerk	
Janitor 	
$4,572
3,186
1,578
2,616
Carried forward (4)  $11,952       $231,900    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 75
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$12,426
874
175
225
800
$14,500
$4,356
2,700
2,928
(3)        $9,984
366
50
200
1,500
$12,100
$4,356
2,520
(2)        $6,876
290
634
$7,800
$5,760
4,800
4,572
3,504
$18,636
$12,426
874
175
225
800
$14,500
$4,356
2,700
2,928
$9,984
366
50
200
1,500
$12,100
$4,356
2,520
$6,876
290
634
$7,800
$5,760
4,800
4,572
3,504
$18,636
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Golden Agency—Continued
     $11,952
Brought forward	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water.
Total, Golden Agency ..
$231,900    $1,906,845
948
175
175
750
14,000
Grand Forks Agency (Code 12736)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1        $4,356
Senior Clerk-Stenographer         2,796
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2         2,988
(3)  $10,140
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water.
510
50
200
1,900
Total, Grand Forks Agency
12,800
Gulf Islands Sub-Agency (Ganges)
(Code 12737)
Salaries:
Assessor—Grade 1       $4,500
Clerk-Stenographer	
         2,520
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
(2)  $7,020
            290
002    Travelling expense „
            615
Total, Gulf Island Sub-Agency	
Kamloops Agency (Code 12740)
7,925
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4 .
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 .....
$5,760
4,992
4,644
3,636
Carried forward     $19,032       $266,625    $1,906,845 AA 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$18,636
(6)      $20,160
$18,636
3,312
3,312
(4)
11,856
11,856
2,436
2,436
(2)
4,512
4,512
(4)
6,864
6,864
2,928
2,928
(17)
$50,544
$50,544
2,100
2,100
3,000
3,000
156
156
2,500
2,500
$58,300
$58,300
$4,644
$4,644
4,428
4,428
3,708
3,708
4,512
4,512
2,868
2,868
$20,160
1,190
1,190
1,025
1,025
75
75
950
950
$23,400
$23,400
$4,644
$4,644
3,378
3,378
2,568
2,568
4,416
4,416
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc—Continued
Kamloops Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $19,032       $266,625    $1,906,845
Salaries—Continued
Senior Clerk      	
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1  14,748
Clerk—Grade 2  2,478
Clerk—Grade 1   2,118
Clerk-Stenographer  2,256
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,118
Three Stenographers—Grade 1   5,538
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2   2,988
(17) $51,276
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   2,300
002 Travelling expense  3,000
020    Maintenance of Building  174
006    Heat, light, power, and water  2,450
Total, Kamloops Agency
59,200
Kaslo Agency (Code 12741)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 2  $4,644
Assessor—Grade 1   4,500
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,780
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,596
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2  2,868
(6)  $20,388
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water.
Total, Kaslo Agency .._.
1,337
1,050
75
950
23,800
(5)      $15,006
$15,006
Kelowna Agency (Code 12742)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 2  $4,644
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,510
Clerk—Grade 2   2,658
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,596
Carried forward ( 5 ) $ 15,408
$349,625    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 77
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
Plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$15,006
1,000
94
$16,100
$4,644
4,356
3,576
2,388
2,028
1,668
2,796
(7)      $21,456
1,044
1,500
200
1,200
$25,400
$4,644
2,796
1,716
2,616
(4)      $11,772
928
50
150
900
$13,800
$15,006
1,000
94
516,100
$4,644
4,356
3,576
2,388
2,028
1,668
2,796
$21,456
1,044
1,500
200
1,200
$25,400
$4,644
2,796
1,716
2,616
$11,772
928
50
150
900
.13,800
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Kelowna Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $15,408       $349,625    $1,906,845
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense
1,075
92
Total, Kelowna Agency
Lillooet Agency (Code 12745)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 2
Assessor—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 _
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 1
Chief Janitor—Grade 1
$4,644
4,500
3,576
2,478
2,118
1,668
2,796
(7)  $21,780
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water ....
Total, Lillooet Agency ___
1,120
1,500
200
1,100
Salaries:
Government Agent-
Government Agent-
Clerk—Grade 2
Merritt Agency (Code 12750)
Stenographer—Grade 1
lanitor 	
-Grade 2       	
-Grade 1   $3,924
  2,868
  1,668
  2,616
(4)  $11,076
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water __
Total, Merritt Agency
Carried forward	
874
50
150
900
16,575
25,700
13,050
$404,950    $1,906,845 AA 78
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(1)
$5,760
4,992
4,068
3,504
7,152
3,060
2,796
2,832
2,076
2,076
4,998
2,796
(15)      $46,110
2,140
1,200
350
1,200
$51,000
$5,568
4,992
4,284
3,192
5,682
5,268
2,028
2,298
4,056
2,076
1,716
1,578
1,488
2,868
2,700
2,616
$5,760
4,992
4,068
3,504
7,152
3,060
2,796
2,832
2,076
2,076
4,998
2,796
$46,110
2,140
1,200
350
1,200
$51,000
$5,568
4,992
4,284
3,192
5,682
5,268
2,028
2,298
4,056
2,076
1,716
1,578
1,488
2,868
2,700
2,616
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Brought forward        $404,950    $1,906,845
Nanaimo Agency (Code 12755)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4       $5,760
Assessor—Grade 3          5,184
Chief Clerk        4,356
Senior Clerk—Grade 2     	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Chief Janitor—Grade 1 	
3,570
7,152
6,186
2,868
4,056
5,052
2,796
(15)  $46,980
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water...
2,320
1,200
300
1,200
Total, Nanaimo Agency
52,000
Nelson Agency (Code 12756)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4       $5,760
Assessor—Grade 3
Chief Clerk 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2 .	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 ....
Three Clerks—Grade 1	
Typist 	
Junior Clerk	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1
Janitor 	
5,184
4,428
3,438
3,312
2,748
2,796
2,076
4,464
6,264
1,668
3,114
2,868
2,700
2,616
(19)  $52,410
$52,410
Carried forward (19) $53,436  $456,950 $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 79
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1955
(3)
(2)
(1)
(3)
$52,410
13,590
3,000
400
3,600
$73,000
8,100
$64,900
$3,576
2,520
2,284
(3)   $8,380
300
50
50
520
$9,300
$5,568
4,992
4,428
3,780
3,504
10,398
3,000
11,670
5,040
2,028
7,020
1,620
5,412
$68,460
$52,410
13,590
3,000
400
3,600
$73,000
,100
$64,900
$3,576
2,520
2,284
$8,380
300
50
50
520
$9,300
$5,568
4,992
4,428
3,780
3,504
10,398
3,000
11,670
5,040
2,028
7,020
1,620
5,412
$68,460
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Nelson Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $53,436       $456,950    $1,906,845
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water.
16,164
3,000
600
3,800
$77,000
Less postage  and  telephone
charges   recoverable   from
other departments        12,200
Total, Nelson Agency
64,800
New Denver Sub-Agency (Code 12757)
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2       $3,576
Clerk-Stenographer         2,520
Janitor          2,280
(3)  $8,376
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water ...
329
50
50
520
Total, New Denver Sub-Agency.
9,325
New Westminster Agency (Code 12758)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Chief Clerk	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2..
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1_
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists	
$5,760
5,184
4,572
3,924
13,920
3,120
11,856
2,616
4,554
7,308
1,716
3,288
Carried forward  $67,818  $531,075 $1,906,845 AA 80
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
(2)
$68,460
2,928
15,696
2,340
(31)      $89,424
10,076
3,600
1,200
4,500
.108,800
6,100
$102,700
$3,636
1,488
(2)        $5,124
376
$5,500
$5,760
4,992
3,780
3,780
6,768
6,054
2,388
4,056
2,118
1,668
$41,364
$68,460
2,928
15,696
2,340
$89,424
10,076
3,600
1,200
4,500
.108,800
6,100
$102,700
$3,636
1,488
$5,124
376
$5,500
$5,760
4,992
3,780
3,780
6,768
6,054
2,388
4,056
2,118
1,668
$41,364
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
New Westminster Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $67,818       $531,075    $1,906,845
Salaries—Continued
Junior Clerk	
Chief Janitor—Grade 2a
Six Janitors	
Elevator Operator	
1,620
3,000
15,696
2,340
(31) $90,474
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   10,776
002 Travelling expense  3,600
020    Maintenance of building  1,100
006    Heat, light, power, and water ____ 4,500
$110,450
Less postage recoverable from
other departments	
6,500
Total, New Westminster Agency
103,950
Oliver Sub-Agency (Code 12760)
Salaries:
Senior Clerk—Grade 1        $3,780
Clerk-Typist            1,578
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(2)  $5,358
392
Total, Oliver Sub-Agency
Penticton Agency (Code 12765)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4 	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
5,750
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
$5,760
5,184
3,924
3,924
6,888
9,000
2,478
6,264
1,716
Carried forward     $45,138       $640,775    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 81
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
(1)
$41,364
3,198
2,796
2,796
2,436
(18)      $52,590
2,410
3,000
500
5,100
$63,600
$5,568
4,800
3,924
3,636
3,000
2,520
2,436
2,028
(4) 6,540
2,796
3,120
(13)      $40,368
2,482
1,900
150
1,900
$46,800
$3,924
$3,924
$41,364
3,198
2,796
2,796
2,436
$52,590
2,410
3,000
500
5,100
$63,600
$5,568
4,800
3,924
3,636
3,000
2,520
2,436
2,028
6,540
2,796
3,120
$40,368
2,482
1,900
150
1,900
$46,800
$3,924
$3,924
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Penticton Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $45,138       $640,775    $1,906,845
Salaries—Continued
Junior Clerk 	
Chief Janitor—Grade 1
Gardener—Grade 1 	
Caretaker 	
1,668
2,796
2,796
2,436
(18)  $54,834
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
020    Maintenance of building 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water-
Total, Penticton Agency
3,081
3,000
460
4,750
66,125
Pouce Coupe Agency (Code 12766)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4      $5,760
Assessor—Grade 2
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1.
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1
Clerk-Typist   	
Chief lanitor—Grade 1
Special living allowance
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense
4,800
4,212
3,780
5,916
2,436
4,914
1,758
2,796
2,880
020    Maintenance of building 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water..
(12)  $39,252
2,398
1,700
150
2,100
Total, Pouce Coupe Agency	
Powell River Agency (Code 12767)
......      $4,068
45,600
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1
Carried forward       $4,068       $752,500    $1,906,845 AA 82
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$3,924
3,000
2,028
2,124
(4)      $11,076
$61,800
$61,800
$3,924
3,000
2,028
2,124
$11,076
674
674
150
150
1,800
1,800
$13,700
$13,700
$5,568
$5,568
3,924
3,924
3,924
3,924
(3)          9,948
9,948
8,052
8,052
2,256
2,256
2,208
2,208
4,326
4,326
2,868
2,868
2,616
2,616
1,680
1,680
(15)      $47,370
$47,370
2,980
2,980
2,550
2,550
1,400
1,400
7,500
7,500
$61,800
$61,800
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Powell RiverAgency—Continued
Brought forward       $4,068       $752,500    $1,906,845
Salaries—Continued
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,120
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,118
Janitor   2,124
(4)  $11,430
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   720
020    Maintenance of building  150
006    Heat, light, power, and water         1,950
Total, Powell River Agency  14,250
Prince George Agency (Code 12768)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4  $5,760
Assessor—Grade 1   4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  3,780
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1   3,636
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,192
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1__ 8,700
Three Clerks—Grade 2  7,884
Clerk-Stenographer       	
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,028
Two Clerks—Grade 1       	
Switchboard Operator  1,980
Junior Clerk  1,800
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,620
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2   2,868
Janitor   2,616
Special living allowance   2,040
(17) $51,972
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  7,700
002 Travelling expense  2,528
020    Maintenance of building  1,100
006    Heat, light, power, and water  9,500
$72,800
Less telephone charges recoverable from other departments          4,000
Total, Prince George Agency  68,800
Carried forward.        $835,550    $1,906,845
J FINANCE
AA 83
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$5,760
4,500
$5,760
4,500
Vote 127
etc.—Con
Government Agents,
Brought forward	
'inued
$835,550    $1,906,845
•
Prince Rupert Agency
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4	
(Code 1276
$5,664
4,644
4,284
9)
Assessor—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk	
3,996
3,576
3,996
3,576
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
3,576
2,748
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
2,568
4,908
1,980
4,152
3,204
1,536
3,000
2,868
2,568
4,908
1,980
4,152
3,204
1,536
3,000
2,868
(1)
Two Clerk-Stenographers	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
4,374
4,104
2,118
1,578
1,716
(2)
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
(2)
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk ....  	
Stationary Engineer—Grade 2	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2 	
2,868
2,700
2,520
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
2,520
2,520
(14)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
(15)
$44,568
5,432
2,600
900
6,400
$44,568
5,432
2,600
900
6,400
$42,894
6,206
3,000
1,000
6,200
002    Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building	
006    Heat, light, power, and water ....
Less postage recoverable from
other departments	
Total, Prince Rupert Agenc
Princeton Agency (
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
$59,900
3,000
$59,900
3,000
$59,300
3,600
$56,900
$56,900
y	
55,700
Code 1277C
$4,284
3,576
2,160
2,616
$4,356
3,576
2,076
2,616
$4,356
3,576
2,076
2,616
)
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1 	
(4)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
Carried forward.	
(4)
$12,624
726
25
$12,624
726
25
$12,636
639
25
$13,375
$13,375
$13,300
$891,250   $1,906,845 AA 84
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$13,375
225
1,400
Vote 127
$13,375
225
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Princeton Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $13,300       $891,250    $1,906,845
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
020    Maintenance of building             200
1,400
006    Heat, light, power, and water         1,300
$15,000
$15,000
Total, Princeton Agency             14,800
$5,184
4,500
3,708
3,000
2,658
2,118
$5,184
4,500
3,708
3,000
2,658
2,118
1,620
3,288
Quesnel Agency (Code 12775)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 3       $5,088
Assessor—Grade 1 .        4,500
Senior Clerk—Grade 1         3,780
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 .                      3,120
Clerk—Grade 2         2,568          : ■•
Clerk—Grade 1            2,076
1,620
Stenographer—Grade 2          2,076
(2)          3,288
Stenographer—Grade 1     . . . ....        1,536
Junior Clerk            1,620
2,676
2,676
1,380
Janitor           2,676
1,380
Special living allowance          1,200
(10)      $30,132
1,168
1,000
200
$30,132
1,168
1,000
200
1,400
(10)  $30,240
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense          1,360
002    Travelling expense          1,000
020   Maintenance of building           200
1,400
006    Heat, light, power, and water         1,400
$33,900
$33,900
Total, Quesnel Agency           34,200
$5,184
4,500
3,378
4,872
2,076
$5,184
4,500
3,378
4,872
2,076
1,578
2,868
Revelstoke Agency (Code 12780)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 3 . ... ..      $5,184
Assessor—Grade 1 .   .. ..                 4,500
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2         3,510
Two Clerks—Grade 1         4,872
Stenographer—Grade 2          1,980
1,578
2,868
Stenographer—Grade 1             1,668
Janitor-Engineer     ..   ...           2,868
(8)      $24,456
1,269
1,450
$24,456
1,269
1,450
(8)  $24,582
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense           1,443
002 Travelling expense          1,450
$27,175
$27,175
Carried forward     $27,475       $940,250    $1,906,845 FINANCE
A A 85
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$27,175
(4)      $11,148
(3)        $8,892
$27,175
225
225
2,000
2,000
$29,400
$29,400
$4,212
$4,212
2,436
2,436
1,800
1,800
2,700
2,700
$11,148
1,077
1,077
25
25
150
150
1,300
1,300
$13,700
$13,700
$4,140
$4,140
2,076
2,076
2,676
2,676
$8,892
608
608
150
150
950
950
$10,600
$10,600
$5,184
$5,184
3,924
3,924
3,636
3,636
3,444
3,444
$16,188
$16,188
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Revelstoke Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $27,475       $940,250    $1,906,845
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
020    Maintenance of building   225
006   Heat, light, power, and water        2,000
Total, Revelstoke Agency  29,700
Rossland Agency (Code 12781)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1      $4,356
Clerk—Grade 2         2,520
Stenographer—Grade 1         1,896
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1          2,700
(4) $11,472
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,078
002 Travelling expense  25
020    Maintenance of building  175
006    Heat, light, power, and water... 1,450
Total, Rossland Agency  14,200
Salmon Arm Agency (Code 12785)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1       $3,924
Clerk—Grade 1          2,028
Janitor            2,676
(3) $8,628
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  612
020    Maintenance of building  160
006    Heat, light, power, and water.... 950
Total, Salmon Arm Agency  10,350
Smithers Agency (Code 12786)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 3      $5,184
Assessor—Grade 1         4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 1          3,780
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2     	
Carried forward     $13,032       $994,500    $1,906,845 AA 86
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$16,188
Vote 127
$16,188
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Smithers Agency—Continued
Brought forward     $13,032      $994,500   $1,906,845
Salaries—Continued
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1          2,796
2,118
6,492
2,118
6,492
Clerk—Grade 1  	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2        6,396
Stenographer—Grade 1         1,620
2,616
960
2,616
960
Janitor         2,616
Special living allowance             960
(9)      $28,374
1,676
1,200
150
$28,374
1,676
1,200
150
1,900
(9)  $27,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense .._.          1,880
002 Travelling expense         1,200
020    Maintenance of building _                  200
1,900
006    Heat, light, power, and water....        2,200
$33,300
$33,300
Total, Smithers Agency            32,900
Terrace Sub-Agency (Code 12788)
Salaries:
Senior Clerk—Grade 1       $3,636
$3,060
2,616
720
$3,060
2,616
720
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2       .. 	
Janitor-Engineer                    2,700
Special living allowance   ..             360
(2)        $6,396
554
250
$6,396
554
250
1,500
(2)  $6,696
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense             504
020    Maintenance of building            250
1,500
006    Heat, light, power, and water....        1,350
$8,700
$8,700
Total, Terrace Sub-Agency             8,800
$2,940
2,616
360
$2,940
2,616
360
Vanderhoof Sub-Agency (Code 12792)
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2      $3,444
Janitor-Engineer—Grade  1          2,616
Special living allowance                         240
(2)          $5,916
684
$5,916
684
(2) $6,300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense           500
$6,600
$6,600
Carried forward       $6,800    $1,036,200    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 87
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$6,600
250
1,550
Vote 127
$6,600
250
Government Agents, etc—Continued
Vanderhoof Sub-Agency—Continued
Brought forward        $6,800    $1,036,200    $1,906,845
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
020   Maintenance of building _      ..          250
1,550
006    Heat, light, power, and water—        1.650
$8,400
$8,400
Total, Vanderhoof Sub-Agency                   8,700
$5,760
4,644
4,212
6,816
3,186
$5,760
4,644
See Vote 116.
3,816
See Vote 116.
Vancouver Agency
(a) Government Agent's Office
(Code 12790)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4       $5,760
Chief Clerk        4,644
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1      	
Clerk—Grade 2          2,478
5,736
2,520
2,436
1,668
5,736
See Vote 116.
2,436
1,668
Two Senior Clerk-Stenographers                5,796
Clerk-Stenographer   	
Clerk—Grade 1                         2,028
Junior Clerk                       1,578
(11)      $36,978
15,600
1,675
(7)  $24,060
15,600
775
(7)  $22,284
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense       18,100
002 Travelling expense               165
$54,253
2,000
$40,435
2,000
$40,549
Less postage recoverable from
other departments         3,000
$52,253
$38,435
Total, Section (a)                $37,549
$3,636
$3,636
6,000
2,940
2,868
2,796
1,631
28,776
7,308
4,692
(b) Mechanical Staff (Code 12791)
Salaries:
Chief Stationary Engineer           $3,924
6,000
2,940
Two Stationary Engineers—Grade 2..       6,384
Chief Janitor—Grade 2          2,940
2,868
Gardener—Grade 2         2,940
2,796
1,631
Gardener—Grade 1         2,796
Gardener (part time)            1,631
28,776
Eleven Janitors        28,776
7,308
4,692
Three Watchmen         7,308
Two Elevator Operators         4,752
(23)      $60,647
$60,647
Carried forward (23)  $61,451    $1,044,900    $1,906,845 AA 88
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$60,647
3,500
16,000
Vote 127
$60,647
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Vancouver Agency—Continued
(b) Mechanical Staff—Continued
Brought forward     $61,451    $1,044,900    $1,906,845
3,500
16,000
Expenses:
Code No.
020   Maintenance   of  building   and
grounds           4,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water....      16,000
$80,147
$80,147
Total, Section (Z>)                $81,451
$132,400
$118,582
Total, Vancouver Agency   .                     119,000
$5,760
4,800
4,356
$5,760
4,800
4,356
Vernon Agency (Code 12793)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 4              $5,760
Assessor—Grade 2         4,800
Chief Clerk                                                    4,500
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2         3,570
3,312
3,780
3,576
(2)          6,504
2,868
2,616
(2)          4,512
2,028
3,312
3,780
3,576
6,504
2,868
2,616
4,512
2,028
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1                  .     	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1          3,780
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2            3,576
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1         3,252
Senior Clerk-Stenographer                           2,868
Clerk—Grade 2         2,700
Clerk—Grade 1 .            2,436
Stenographer—Grade 2                   .         2,076
Stenographer—Grade 1          1,578
Junior Clerk    .            1,536
2,868
2,700
2,868
2,700
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2              2,868
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1       _      ....        2,700
(15)      $49,680
4,620
1,950
600
$49,680
4,620
1,950
600
3,850
(15)  $48,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense .            3,400
002    Travelling expense         1,950
020    Maintenance of building             600
3,850
006    Heat, light, power, and water ....       3,750
$60,700
2,000
$60,700
2,000
$57,700
Less postage recoverable from
other departments           ...            600
$58,700
$58,700
Total, Vernon Agency           57,100
Carried forward     $1,221,000    $1,906,845 FINANCE
AA 89
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$4,356
3,060
2,028
2,760
720
(4)      $12,924
1,126
100
550
1,500
$16,200
$3,780
320
$4,100
$4,356
3,060
2,028
2,760
720
$12,924
1,126
100
550
1,500
$16,200
$3,780
320
$4,100
Vote 127
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Brought forward..
$1,221,000    $1,906,845
$5,184
$5,184
3,934
3,934
3,636
3,636
3,252
3,252
2,868
2,868
2,160
2,160
1,620
1,620
(7)      $22,654
$22,654
696
696
1,150
1,150
$24,500
$24,500
Victoria Assessor (Code 12794)
Salaries:
Assessor—Grade 3        $5,184
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 .	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Junior Clerk	
4,068
3,252
2,928
2,436
2,256
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
(6)  $20,124
626
1,200
Total, Victoria Assessor
21,950
Williams Lake Agency (Code 12797)
Salaries:
Government Agent—Grade 1        $4,356
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1        2,748
Clerk—Grade 1       	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1
Special living allowance	
2,128
2,820
720
(4)  $12,772
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
020    Maintenance of building 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water.
1,128
100
450
1,500
Total, Williams Lake Agency
15,950
Code No.
027   Allowances
027    Expenses  —
Sundry Sub-offices (Code 12719)
$3,780
320
Total, Sundry Sub-offices
4,100
Carried forward     $1,263,000    $1,906,845 AA 90
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31,1955
$48,900
Vote 127
ntinued
$1,263,000
51,000
9,000
7,000
4,000
11,000
Government Agents, etc.—Co
Brought forward
$1,906,845
$48,900
All Agencies
Code No.
028 Temporary assistance (Code 12720)	
029 Automobiles and accessories (Code 12721)
004    Office   furniture   and   equipment   (Code
12722)	
014    Rentals (Code 12723)	
$9,000
$9,000
$7,000
$7,000
$4,000
$4,000
030    Contingencies (Code 12724) ....
$15,000
$40,000
Less refund of maintenance of buildings
from R.C.M.P., etc	
Total of Vote 127 	
$1,348,000
10,000
$1,359,182
10,000
$1,345,000
10,000
$1,338,000
$1,349,182
1,335,000
Vote 128
lie Receipts,
$20,000
$20,000
Code No.
020   Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Reven
Bonds, Cheques, etc. 	
18,500
Vote 129
$26,500
$24,500
Code No.
030   Incidentals and Contingencies	
20,000
$1,340,000
160,000
Vote 130
$1,550,000
200,000
$1,340,000
Code No.
" Civil Service Superannuation Act ":
027    Interest on Civil Service Superannuation
Fund (sec. 14) 	
160,000
028    Interest on Retirement Fund (sec. 43)
Less receipts from investments         	
$1,500,000
950,000
$1,500,000
950,000
$1,750,000
1,200,000
Total of Vote 130	
$550,000
$550,000
550,000
Vote 131
i"—Arrears
3 the Crown
)—Payment
to Highway
$1,900
$1,900
Code No.
031    "Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 190.'
of dyking assessments on lands reverted t
Vote 132
2,100
$4,740,000
$4,680,000
Code No.
025    "Highway Development Act" (Sec. 6(1)
of revenue under "Gasoline Tax Act"
Development Fund	
4,965,000
Carried forward	
$8,797,445 FINANCE
AA 91
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Brought forward..
$8,797,445
Vote 133
$1,785,000
$1,785,000
Code No.
024 "Hospital Construction Act, 1950" (Sec. 6 (1) (a)) —
Payment of revenue under "Amusements Tax Act"
to Hospital Construction Fund       1,340,000
Vote 134
$2,550,000
$2,550,000
Code No.
023 " Municipalities Aid Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 233,
Sec. 3 (1))—One-third estimated revenue from net
proceeds of motor-vehicle and chauffeurs' licence fees
for fiscal year ending March 31, 1955, for distribution to municipalities        2,580,000
Vote 135
$11,500,000
$11,725,000
Code No.
020 "Social Services Tax Act" (Sec. 35 (a))—One-third
estimated revenue from net proceeds of social services tax in fiscal year ending March 31, 1955     11,650,000
Vote 136
$3,000
$3,000
Code No.
026    "Supreme Court Act" (Sec. 33)—Payment of interest
on Suitors' Fund Deposits	
Vote 137
Code No.
$400,000
$400,000
$650
$200
$350
$240,000
$3,500
Salary Contingencies
Compensation Payable re Erroneous Tax Sale of Rolfstad Property 	
Interest on Official Guardian Deposits (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap.
242, Sec. 19 (1)) 	
" Unclaimed Money Deposits Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 348,
Sec. 5) 	
"Water Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 361, Sec. 58 (7))
" Flood Relief Act " (1948 (2nd Sess.), Chap. 1) 	
4,000
100,000
$56,000
" Municipal Superannuation Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 320,
Sec. 10 (4)) 	
$1,000
$1,600
$24,556,550
$25,171,850
" Logging Tax Act " (1953 (2nd Sess.), Chap. 33, Sec. 49)
"Taxation Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 332, Sec. 141 (2))
Total, Department of Finance	
$24,471,445 AA 92
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$100
750
$850
$8,760
6,192
4,356
3,060
2,868
1,500
(5)      $26,736
1,200
1,415
1,500
2,600
3,000
3,000
$39,451
$40,301
$7,500
3,780
4,722
2,436
1,000
(4)      $19,438
$100
750
$850
$8,760
6,192
4,356
3,060
2,868
1,500
$26,736
1,200
1,415
1,500
2,600
3,000
3,000
$39,451
$40,301
$7,500
3,780
4,722
2,436
1,000
$19,438
Vote 138
DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Minister of Trade and Industry) 	
Secretary (paid by Department of Trade and
Industry)   	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
$100
500
Total of Vote 138
Vote 139
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister 	
Director of Biological Services 	
Inspector of Fisheries	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk	
Maintenance-man 	
Temporary assistance	
$8,760
6,192
4,356
3,060
1,536
2,868
1,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001
014
004
013
002
017
018
Office expense
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications	
Travelling expenses 	
Biological surveys	
Boat and boat charter	
(6)  $28,272
1,000
1,415
300
1,500
2,600
3,000
2,800
Total of Vote 139
Total, Department of Fisheries
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Vote 140
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Health and Welfare	
Secretary 	
Administrative Assistant 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance	
$7,500
3,780
4,896
2,520
1,000
Carried forward   (4) $19,696
$600
40,887
$41,487 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 93
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$19,438
1,000
3,000
$23,438
$1,540,000
$6,432
$6,432
4,572
4,572
(2)
7,992
7,992
13,882
13,882
3,444
3,444
(3)
8,982
8,982
(3)
7,698
7,698
11,448
11,448
2,616
2,616
(3)
7,034
7,034
4,056
4,056
1,578
1,578
(3)
4,872
4,872
1,536
1,536
1,860
1,860
(1)
$88,002
3,060
5,616
2,298
1,440
500
(36)    $100,916
$19,438
1,100
3,500
$24,038
$1,610,000
$88,002
3,060
5,616
2,298
1,440
500
$100,916
Vote 140
Minister's Office—Continued
Brought forward  $ 19,696
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   1,000
002 Travelling expense  3,000
Total of Vote 140  	
Vote 141
Code No.
020    Per Diem Grants under Sec. 4 of " Hospital Act'
Vote 142
Accounting Division
(For Departments of Health and Welfare and
Provincial Secretary)
Salaries:
Headquarters
Departmental Comptroller 	
Chief Clerk	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Junior Clerk	
Temporary assistance	
Vancouver Office
$6,672
4,644
11,928
10,728
3,576
11,880
10,680
11,232
2,616
4,776
4,104
1,716
3,336
1,848
716
$90,452
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Two Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance	
3,252
5,352
2,208
2,208
3,360
500
$23,696
1,650,000
Carried forward..
.(38)  $107,332    $1,673,696 AA 94
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$100,916
5,500
1,400
800
$100,916
5,500
1,400
800
$108,616
5,100
6,100
$108,616
5,100
6,100
$97,416
$97,416
$4,033,428
See Vote 319.
$4,068
3,780
2,100
2,436
2,616
2,520
2,160
3,636
1,500
3,120
$4,068
3,780
2,100
2,436
2,616
2,520
2,160
3,636
1,500
3,120
$27,936
$27,936
Vote 142
Accounting Division—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses :
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
$107,332    $1,673,696
4,500
1,400
400
$113,632
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries $5,388
Charged to Provincial Secretary's Department for accounting services    	
5,388
Total of Vote 142 .
108,244
Subsidy to Hospital Insurance Service.
Vote 143
Provincial Infirmaries
(a) Marpole Infirmary (Code 14301)
Salaries:
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade  3
(Superintendent) 	
Senior   Clerk — Grade   1   (Business
Manager) 	
Physician (part time) 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stockman—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade  1
(Head Nurse) 	
Physiotherapist 	
Cook—Grade 3	
$4,068
3,780
2,100
2,700
2,700
2,520
3,636
1,500
3,120
Carried forward     $26,124
$1,781,940 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 95
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$27,936
3,000
(76)  172,938
25,000
(87) $228,874
1,800
100
3,500
10,000
3,000
10,000
43,500
3,000
18,500
200
2,000
1,600
4,500
1,600
1,500
1,000
3,000
$337,674
1,600
6,000
$330,074
$3,252
2,868
1,500
3,000
$27,936
3,000
172,938
30,000
$233,874
2,300
100
3,500
11,000
5,000
10,000
43,500
3,000
18,500
200
2,000
1,600
4,500
1,600
1,500
1,000
3,000
$346,174
1,600
6,000
$338,574
$3,252
2,868
1,500
3,000
Vote 143
Provincial Infirmaries—Continued
(a) Marpole Infirmary—Continued
Brought forward     $26,124
Salaries—Continued
Barber 	
Sundry employees .
3,000
174,582
Temporary assistance       30,000
-(76)
(86)  $233,706
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
020
006
008
017
010
009
011
025
021
004
029
016
030
022
023
024
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Maintenance of buildings  and
grounds  	
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services	
Medical supplies	
Provisions and catering	
Clothing and uniforms	
Laundry and dry-goods	
2,400
100
Maintenance and operation
equipment 	
Transportation 	
of
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Tobacco (free issue) 	
Burials 	
Patients' comfort allowance _
3,500
11,500
5,000
10,000
43,500
3,000
18,500
200
2,000
110
1,600
4,500
1,500
800
1,000
3,000
$345,916
Less deductions for—
Rent   $1,400
Board      7,000
Total, Marpole Infirmary
8,400
$1,781,940
$337,516
(b) Allco Infirmary (Code 14302)
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk-
visor) 	
Clerk—Grade 2   ...
-Grade 2 (Super-
Physician (part time) ...
Charge Orderly	
$3,378
2,868
1,500
3,000
$10,620
$10,620
Carried forward     $10,746       $337,516    $1,781,940 AA 96
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SFR VTCE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$10,620
2,436
3,060
75,738
7,000
Vote 143
$10,620
Provincial Infirmaries—Continued
(b) Allco Infirmary—Continued
Brought forward....               $10,746       $337,516    $1,781,940
2,436
3,060
(30)        75,738
7,000
Salaries—Continued
Occupational Therapist (Industrial)..        2,436
Cook—Grade 3          3,060
Sundry employees (29)  73,544
Temporary assistance         7,000
(36)      $98,854
500
100
$98,854
500
100
1,000
9,000
3,000
3,000
29,700
1,000
4,500
1,000
1,500
1,000
1,000
800
1,000
1,000
1,500
(35)  $96,786
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense             500
002 Travelling expense                        100
500
8,000
1,000
020    Maintenance  of  buildings  and
grounds          1,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water...        9,000
008    Medical services          3,000
3,000
29,700
1,000
4,500
500
017    Medical supplies          3,000
010 Provisions and catering       28,500
009    Clothing and uniforms         1,000
011 Laundry and dry-goods         4,500
025    Maintenance and operation of
equipment       ....      ...   ...          1,200
1,500
1,000
1,000
800
1,000
1,000
1,500
021 Transportation          1,500
016    Equipment and machinery           1,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies...        1,000
022 Tobacco (free issue)            800
026    Occupational therapy                  500
023 Burials          1,000
024 Patients' comfort allowance               1,500
$155,454
4,000
$159,454
4,000
$155,886
Less deductions for board              4,000
$151,454
$155,454
Total, Allco Infirmary                    151,886
$500
$500
2,500
1,000
750
1,500
200
1,200
155,125
(c)  Mount St. Mary Hospital
(Code 14303)
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense          $500
1,500
1,000
750
008 Medical services         3,500
017    Medical supplies          1,000
009 Clothing and uniforms                           750
1,500
200
1,200
155,125
021 Transportation          1,500
030   Incidentals and contingencies            100
022 Tobacco (free issue)           1,000
027    In-patient care     155,125
$161,775
$162,775
Carried forward  $163,475       $489,402    $1,781,940 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 97
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
$161,775
500
1,500
2,500
$166,275
$647,803
131,203
$516,600
$9,960
8,760
8,760
8,520
8,520
7,440
7,152
5,856
5,376
5,184
3,252
4,572
4,500
4,356
4,356
10,518
8,064
7,560
7,506
3,780
3,252
3,192
3,120
5,766
$149,322
$162,775
500
1,500
2,500
$167,275
$661,303
131,203
$530,100
$9,960
8,760
8,760
8,520
8,520
7,440
7,152
5,856
5,376
5,184
3,252
4,572
4,500
4,356
4,356
10,518
8,064
7,560
7,506
3,780
3,252
3,192
3,120
5,766
$149,322
Vote 143
Provincial Infirmaries—Continued
(c) Mount St. Mary Hospital—Continued
Brought forward   $163,475       $489,402    $1,781,940
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
026    Occupational therapy   500
023 Burials          1,500
024 Patients' comfort allowance          2,500
Total, Mount St. Mary Hospital — 167,975
Total, Provincial Infirmaries        $657,377
Less estimated receipts  133,727
Total of Vote 143	
Public Health Branch
Vote 144
General Services
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Health	
Deputy Provincial Health Officer	
Assistant Provincial Health Officer	
Director,  Division of Environmental Management 	
Director of Epidemiology	
Director, Division of Preventive Dentistry	
Director, Division of Public Health Engineering
Administrative Assistant 	
Assistant Public Health Engineer	
Director, Public Health Nursing	
Assistant Public Health Engineer	
Assistant Director, Public Health Nursing	
Senior Research Assistant	
Director, Public Health Education 	
Chief Sanitary Inspector 	
Three Public Health Educators—Grade 2	
Two Consultants, Public Health Nursing	
Supervisor, Public Health Nursing	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2	
Two Consultants in Nutrition	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Public Health Educator—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Research Assistant—Grade 1 	
Two Public Health Education Assistants	
Industrial Nurse (P.H.N.)—Grade 2	
$9,960
8,760
8,760
8,520
8,520
7,728
7,440
6,072
5,568
5,568
4,800
5,106
4,644
4,356
4,644
10,728
8,952
4,368
3,936
7,638
3,780
3,120
3,312
3,252
5,826
3,300
523,650
Carried forward i        $158,658    $2,305,590 AA 98
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(4)
(2)
$149,322
2,940
2,868
2,700
9,738
2,520
9,330
2,796
4,152
1,980
1,758
3,384
1,500
120
(49) $195,108
15,650
11,000
4,500
500
500
3,700
$230,958
54,384
$176,574
$400,000
200,000
$200,000
$185,000
$90,000
$149,322
2,940
2,868
2,700
9,738
2,520
9,330
2,796
4,152
1,980
1,758
3,384
1,500
120
$195,108
15,650
11,000
4,500
500
500
3,700
$230,958
54,384
$176,574
$400,000
200,000
$200,000
$185,000
$90,000
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 144
General Services—Continued
Brought forward	
Salaries—Continued
Inspector, Rodent-control 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Four Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stockroom Clerk—Grade 3 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Junior Clerk	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance	
$158,658    $2,305,590
2,868
2,796
10,146
4,956
6,948
2,868
6,354
1,980
3,516
900
120
(49) $202,110
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  18,000
002 Travelling expense  15,000
013    Printing and publications  4,500
004   Office furniture and equipment  1,570
030    Incidentals and contingencies  600
020    Blood donor service   3,700
Less Federal health grant
Total of Vote 144	
$245,480
62,244
Vote 145
Code No.
020    Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.)_
Less Federal health grant	
$430,000
215,000
Total of Vote 145
Vote 146
Code No.
019    Grants to Public Health Services, Metropolitan Areas
Vote 147
Code No.
019    Grant in Aid of Arthritis Control
Carried forward	
183,236
215,000
194,000
100,000
$2,997,826 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 99
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ms
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31, 1955
$43,241
43,231
Vote 1
Public Health Branch—Continued
Brought forward.    	
$2,997,826
48
$43,622
43,612
$43,241
43,231
Code No
024
Vote 1
Crippled Children (Federal Programme)
Less Federal health grant _   ._ ' 	
$10
$10
Total of Vote 148	
10
49
$43,622
43,612
$72,619
72,599
$43,609
43,599
Code No
025
Vote 1
Professional Training (Federal Programme)
Less Federal health grant	
$10
$20
Total of Vote 149	
10
50
$17,010
17,000
$28,320
28,300
$20,010
20,000
Code No
026
Code No
027
Vote 1
Public   Health   Research   (Federal   Programme)    —     	
Less Federal health grant ... ..   	
$10
$20
Total of Vote 150	
10
Health Survey (Federal Programme) 	
Less Federal health grant .
$32,530
32,520
$32,530
32,520
$10
$10
Total of Vote	
Rehabilitation
51
$50,000
$50,000
Code No.
019    Grant to Western Society for Rehabilitation
Vote 152
60,000
$42,887
42,877
$42,887
42,877
Code No
019
Vote 1
Medical    Rehabilitation    (Federal    Programme)    . .   	
Less Federal health grant	
$10
Total of Vote 152	
10
53
$20,000
10,000
$10,000
5,000
Code No
019
Rehabilitation Co-ordinator 	
Less Federal health grant	
$5,000
Total of Vote 153	
10,000
Carried forward.	
$3,067,866 A A 100
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31, 1955
$699,070
5,100
54,384
290,592
12,264
12,648
Public Health Branch—Continued
Brought forward	
$3,067,866
Vote 154
$599,010
388,008
$588,060
5,100
54,384
290,592
12,264
12,648
General Public Health (Federal Programme)
Less allocated to—
Accounting Division (Vote
142)        $5,388
General Services (Vote 144)     62,244
Local Health Services
(Vote 158)      295,266
Division of Laboratories
(Vote 159)        12,642
Division of Vital Statistics
(Vote 160)        12,468
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)
Total of Vote 154....     	
$213,072
213,062
$324,082
324,062
$211,002
210,992
$10
$20
10
Vote 155
$359,410
359,400
$359,410
359,400
1
Code No.
019    Laboratory and Radiological Services (Federal Programme) 	
Less Federal health grant	
Total of Vote 155 ....     	
$10
10
Vote 156
$34,859
34,849
$34,859
34,849
Code No.
019    Child and Maternal Health (Federal Programme )  	
Less Federal health grant	
Total of Vote 156	
$10
10
Vote 157
Construction
$136,560
46,296
35,532
51,576
11,910
$45,000
$45,000
Code No.
019    Grants re Local Health Services Building (
Vote 158
45,000
.
$134,688
45,408
37,584
49,086
8,880
$134,688
45,408
(10)        37,584
49,086
(3)          8,880
Local Health Services
Salaries:
Eighteen Directors of Health Units  ....
Seven Dental Officers  .    ....
Nine Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 3	
Fifteen Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 2	
Four Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 1 . 	
Carried forward. 	
$275,646
$275,646
$281,874
$3,112,896 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 101
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(14)
(16)
$275,646
19,404
70,392
313,302
33,420
34,470
6,222
3,600
16,410
20,000
5,580
(224) $798,446
29,700
90,000
52,000
10,000
10,000
19,000
10,000
8,500
63,000
500
12,000
See p. 170.
$1,103,146
290,592
153,000
$659,554
(4)
(16)
$4,644
5,376
17,136
13,896
44,592
$85,644
$275,646
19,404
70,392
313,302
33,420
34,470
6,222
3,600
16,410
20,000
5,580
$798,446
29,700
90,000
52,000
10,000
10,000
19,000
10,000
8,500
63,000
500
12,000
27,000
$1,130,146
290,592
155,000
$684,554
$4,644
5,376
17,136
13,896
44,592
Vote 158
$85,644
Public Health Branch—Continued
Local Health Services—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Five Supervisors, Public Health Nursing	
Twenty Public Health Nurses—Grade 2	
One hundred and four Public Health Nurses-
Grade 1 	
Seventeen Clerk-Stenographers 	
Fifteen Stenographers—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Seven Dental Assistants	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance	
$281,874    $3,112,896
21,480
76,868
339,930
39,570
31,908
6,354
16,674
27,118
5,700
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
019
028
008
017
004
029
030
031
032
Office expense 	
Travelling expense .
Rentals  	
Grants re uniforms
Home nursing care
Medical services
Medical supplies —
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Transfer and training of personnel	
In aid of resident physicians, medical aid,
etc. 	
Less—
Federal health grant  $295,266
Estimated receipts     155,000
(224)  $847,476
36,000
90,000
52,000
9,000
10,000
19,000
8,000
9,000
31,500
1,000
15,000
19,000
$1,146,976
450,266
Total of Vote 158
Vote 159
Division of Laboratories
Salaries:
Director (part time)   $4,644
Assistant Director       .      5,376
Five Senior Bacteriologists   21,348
Four Bacteriologists   13,524
Twelve Assistant Bacteriologists   33,456
Carried forward  $78,348
696,710
$3,809,606 AA 102
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(9)
$85,644
20,724
2,796
2,748
2,520
2,436
2,208
3,378
9,000
2,868
2,616
2,500
(49)    $139,438
8,500
700
55,000
2,000
22,000
2,000
15,500
4,000
$249,138
12,264
$236,874
$5,568
$5,568
4,644
4,644
3,780
3,780
(4)
13,632
13,632
(5)
17,034
17,034
(2)
5,934
5,934
18,660
18,660
(8)
18,714
18,714
6,120
6,120
$94,086
$85,644
20,724
2,796
2,748
2,520
2,436
2,208
3,378
9,000
2,868
2,616
2,500
$139,438
8,500
700
55,000
2,000
22,000
2,000
15,500
4,000
$249,138
12,264
$236,874
Vote 159
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Laboratories—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Two Laboratory Technicians
Ten Laboratory Assistants	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer ....
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks	
Five Outfits-makers and Glassware-cleaners .
Maintenance-man 	
Janitor 	
Temporary assistance 	
$78,348    $3,809,606
5,676
23,298
2,868
2,832
2,478
2,520
2,076
3,474
9,000
2,868
2,616
9,412
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Medical supplies 	
Laundry and dry-goods
Grants and subsidies	
002
017
011
019
004
016
030
(49)  $147,466
8,500
700
55,000
2,000
21,000
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies ___
Less Federal health grant—salaries..
Total of Vote 159	
15,500
4,000
$254,166
12,642
Vote 160
Division of Vital Statistics
Salaries:
Headquarters
Director of Vital Statistics	
Chief Clerk	
Inspector	
Research Assistant—Grade 2	
Three Research Assistants—Grade 1 	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 :	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 2	
Nine Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2...
$5,760
4,644
3,780
3,780
9,948
13,908
9,144
19,248
19,926
6,252
241,524
$94,086
Carried forward..
$96,390    $4,051,130 HEALTH AND WELFARE
A A 103
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(4)
(8)
(4)
(1)
(4)
(1)
$94,086
2,256
6,756
7,158
1,848
7,560
4,104
13,716
7,116
2,500
$147,100
4,068
3,504
3,378
6,372
4,548
2,118
2,208
1,578
6,762
1,620
(73)     $183,256
22,500
3,000
2,500
370
8,500
2,500
3,000
$225,626
12,648
5,500
$207,478
$94,086
2,256
6,756
7,158
1,848
7,560
4,104
13,716
7,116
2,500
$147,100
4,068
3,504
3,378
6,372
4,548
2,118
2,208
1,578
6,762
1,620
$183,256
22,500
3,000
2,500
370
8,500
2,500
3,000
$225,626
12,648
5,500
$207,478
Vote 160
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Vital Statistics—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Two Key-punch Operators—Grade 2 _.
Three Key-punch Operators—Grade A
Four Coders—Grade A	
Microfilm Operator	
Three Clerk-Stenographers 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Six Clerk-Typists 	
Five Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance	
$96,390    $4,051,130
4,236
5,322
7,356
1,938
7,560
4,278
10,038
9,156
5,810
Vancouver Office
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Research Assistant—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Three Clerk-Typists 	
Two Junior Clerks	
$152,084
4,212
3,780
3,510
6,240
4,548
4,548
1,668
5,370
3,432
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
013
014
016
004
033
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Rentals 	
Equipment rental	
Office furniture and equipment	
District Registrars' commissions, etc.
(73) $189,392
23,750
2,700
2,500
600
8,500
2,785
3,000
Less—
Federal health grant-
aries 	
-sal-
Estimated receipts ._
Total of Vote 160.
Carried forward	
$12,468
6,500
$233,227
18,968
214,259
$4,265,389 A A 104
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$8,520
$8,520
7,032
7,032
3,852
3,852
3,780
3,780
(2)    5,664
5,664
2,520
2,520
4,146
4,146
1,620
1,620
(10)  $37,134
$37,134
4,500
4,500
1,000
1,000
2,250
2,250
600
600
1,450
1,450
150
150
3,000
3,000
100
100
500
500
50
50
150
150
400
400
1,500
1,500
300
300
$53,084
$53,084
$18,552
$18,552
3,636
3,636
3,372
3,372
9,570
9,570
6,144
6,144
3,192
3,192
14,844
14,844
2,748
2,748
2,616
2,616
(1)    2,436
2,436
Public Health Branch—Continued
Brought forward..
$4,265,389
Vote 161
Division of Venereal Disease Control
(a)  Central Office and General (Code 16101)
Salaries:
Director   $8,520
Physician in Charge of Clinics  7,296
Supervisor   3,996
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780
Epidemiology Worker (Male)   3,126
Clerk—Grade 2   2,868
Secretarial Stenographer  2,208
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,326
Clerk-Typist   1,740
Temporary assistance  1,000
(10) $38,860
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   3,500
002 Travelling expense  1,500
013 Printing and publications  2,500
034   Advertising and publicity  400
014 Rentals  1,350
008 Medical services   150
017    Medical supplies   4,000
009 Clothing and uniforms  150
011    Laundry and dry-goods  600
016    Equipment rentals   50
021    Transportation of patients       	
004    Office furniture and equipment.. 600
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories..     	
030 Incidentals and contingencies.... 200
Total, Central Office and General ...
$53,860
$67,110
$67,110
(b)  Vancouver Clinic (Code 16102)
Salaries:
Physicians (part time)   $18,000
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2  3,936
Senior Laboratory Technician  3,372
Three Epidemiology Workers (Male) 9,570
Two Public Health Nurses—Grade 1 6,820
Instructor of Nursing—Grade 2   3,672
Five Special Service Nurses   16,440
Nurse—Grade 2       	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 ____ 2,616
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,512
Carried forward  $68,938         $53,860
$4,265,389 HEALTH AND WELFARE
A A 105
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                    Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$67,110
11,988
3,432
2,000
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 161
$67,110
(5)         11,988
(2)          3,432
Division of Venereal Disease Control—Continued
(b)  Vancouver Clinic—Continued
Brought forward     $68,938         $53,860    $4,265,389
Salaries—Continued
Four Clerks—Grade 1          8,832
Clerk-Typist ...   .                                    1,896
2,000
Temporary assistance          2,000
(23)      $84,530
1,500
3,000
50
$84,530
1,500
3,000
50
6,100
400
4,000
200
700
(21)  $81,666
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense ....                                1,000
002    Travelling expense          3,000
013    Printing and publications .     ....           100
6,100
400
4,000
200
014    Rentals          5,900
008 Medical services            200
017    Medical supplies          3,000
009 Clothing and uniforms     .                    200
700
011    Laundry and dry-goods            400
016    Equipment rentals              25
021    Transportation             150
500
100
500
100
004    Office furniture and equipment..           600
030    Incidentals and contingencies.—           100
$101,080
$101,080
Total, Vancouver Clinic                       96,341
$2,801
3,060
1,080
300
$2,801
3,060
1,080
300
(c)   Victoria Clinic (Code 16103)
Salaries:
Three Physicians (part time)   ..               $2,800
Special Service Nurse .        ...                  3,360
Stenographer—Grade 2 (part time)—        1,260
Temporary assistance             300
(5)        $7,241
200
100
2,400
25
$7,241
200
100
2,400
25
50
25
300
50
(5)  $7,720
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense             200
002 Travelling expense              50
014    Rentals           2,400
017    Medical supplies      ... .             50
50
009    Clothing and uniforms              50
25
021    Transportation                 25
300
50
004    Office furniture and equipment           100
030    Incidentals and contingencies.—             50
$10,391
$10,391
Total, Victoria Clinic     _   '                10,645
Carried forward        $ 160,846    $4,265,389 AA 106
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$3,000
$167,555
2,000
43,599
$121,956
.8,520
732
5,952
4,500
3,636
3,186
2,796
3,060
6,540
2,616
2,218
4,152
(15)        $47,908
3,500
2,040
100
4,720
21,200
13,000
1,140
$93,608
$3,000
.167,555
2,000
43,599
$121,956
$8,520
732
5,952
4,500
3,636
3,186
2,796
3,060
6,540
2,616
2,218
4,152
$47,908
3,500
2,040
100
4,720
21,200
13,000
1,140
$93,608
Vote 161
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Venereal Disease Control—Continued
Brought forward        $160,846    $4,265,389
Code No.
020    (d) Rural   Treatment   and   Consultative
Service (Code 16104) 	
Less—
Estimated receipts        $1,000
Venereal   Disease   Control
(Federal Programme) —      43,599
3,000
$163,846
44,599
Total of Vote 161
119,247
Vote 162
Division of Tuberculosis Control
Central Office, District Nursing, and
Social Service
(a)  Central Office (Code 16201)
Salaries:
Medical Director 	
Consultant in Tuberculosis 	
Business Manager	
Director of Nursing	
Personnel Officer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2.
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1...
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
$8,520
732
5,952
4,800
4,428
3,186
2,868
3,060
6,714
2,616
2,118
4,188
(15) $49,182
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   3,500
Travelling expense  2,000
Subscriptions and slides   100
Transportation   3,700
Payments to outlying physicians
and hospitals  21,200
Specialist services       	
Incidentals and contingencies.... 1,100
Office furniture and equipment.. 1,150
002
023
021
020
022
030
004
Total, Central Office..
Carried forward	
$81,932
$81,932 $4,384,636 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 107
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
xch 31,1955
$2,520
1,740
Public Health Branch—Continm
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Ct
Vote 162
id
mtinued
and
$81,932
)
3,720
7,248
Central Office, District Nursing,
Social Service—Continued
Brought forward                 ...
$4,384,636
$2,520
1,740
(b) District Nursing (Code 16202
Salaries:
Clerk-Stenographer       $2,520
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense          1,200
$4,260
$4,260
Total, District Nursing  __
(c)  Social Service (Code 16203)
Salaries:
Three Stenographers—Grade 2       $6,948
$7,308
300
$7,308
300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense             150
004    Office furniture and equipment..           150
$7,608
$7,608
Total, Social Service  	
$105,476
$105,476
Total of Vote 162	
92,900
Vote 163
$15,600
14,520
3,132
8,402
3,060
4,728
8,832
2,118
$28,464
(4)      $28,464
Travelling Clinics
Salaries:
Two Physicians (Specialist) 	
Two Resident Physicians—Grade 2 	
2,748
9,204
2,748
9,204
Special Service Nurse .
Three X-ray Technicians—Grade 3    .     ... ...
Driver-Technician 	
4,668
8,832
2,028
4,668
8,832
2,028
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2    	
Clerk—Grade 1                          .    	
(15)      $55,944
$55,944
(16)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
$60,392
1,700
10,000
3,760
15,000
10,000
3,760
17,000
10,000
3,760
17,000
1,500
002    Travelling expense 	
014   Rentals .              .       	
023    X-ray films and maintenance .   ... .... 	
1,500
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
$88,204
$88,204
Carried forward	
$90,852
$4,477,536 AA 108
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$88,204
2,000
$90,204
4,008
$86,196
$8,280
$8,280
28,224
28,224
(4)        29,280
29,280
6,672
6,672
4,500
4,500
4,428
4,428
3,852
3,852
3,780
3,780
3,372
3,372
3,438
3,438
3,372
3,372
3,372
3,372
3,312
3,312
3,252
3,252
3,000
3,000
3,030
3,030
3,000
3,000
2,700
2,700
5,364
5,364
5,226
5,226
5,052
5,052
2,388
2,388
(4)          7,878
7,878
2,160
2,160
1,578
1,578
$150,510
$88,204
2,000
$90,204
4,008
$86,196
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 163
Travelling Clinics—Continued
Brought forward  $90,852    $4,477,536
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
030    Incidentals and contingencies   1,800
004    Office furniture and equipment  800
Less Federal health grant
Total of Vote 163	
$93,452
7,158
86,294
Vote 164
$150,510
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics
(a)  Tranquille Unit (Code 16401)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2  $8,280
Four Physicians—Grade 2   28,728
Two Resident Physicians (Specialist) 15,048
Dental Officer—Grade 2  6,312
Chief Pharmacist   4,644
Administrative Assistant—Grade  1__ 4,572
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 3a 4,296
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780'
Laundry Manager—Grade 1   3,852
Chief Dietitian   3,570
X-ray Technician—Grade 3   3,372
Cook—Grade 5   3,372
Rehabilitation Officer  3,312
Chief Orderly   3,312
Bacteriologist   3,186
Stockman—Grade 5  3,060
Hospital Housekeeper—Grade 2   3,060
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2   3,000
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1   2,700
Two Assistant Bacteriologists   5,406
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,403
Two   Secretarial   Stenographers —
Grade 1   5,136
Clerk—Grade 1   2,436
Five Stenographers—Grade 2  10,686
Laboratory Assistant   2,160
X-ray Assistant   1,896
Carried forward  $ 144,579
$4,563,830 HEALTH AND WELFARE
A A 109
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVK
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
2E                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$150,510
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 164
$150,510
Salarie
Dent
Sund
Tern
Expens
Code Nc
012
035
039
006
020
011
010
022
008
024
025
023
026
027
030
Salaries
Medi
Two
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(a)  Tranquille Unit—Continued
Brought forward  $144,579                          $4,563,830
s—Continued
al Assistant          2.076
697,334
697,334
28,058
ry employees	
636,333
28,058
porary assistance 	
(317)
es:
>.
Central administration 	
35,538
(346)    $875,902
18,600
$875,902
18,600
5,200
$818,526
15,600
5,200
Telephone and telegraph 	
Car and truck expense	
Light, heat, power, and water __
Maintenance  	
5,400
4,500
85,000
2,500
85,000
2,500
9,760
279,000
23,000
9,800
2,500
11,700
7,020
1,000
2,590
13,300
87,000
4,600
9,760
Laundry  	
9,800
279,000
Dietary 	
251,000
23,000
9,800
2,500
Housekeeping 	
Medical and surgical 	
Nursing service 	
23,000
22,900
5,700
11,700
7,020
1,000
2,590
Drugs  	
X-ray films and maintenance ....
Other hospitalization 	
Laboratory     	
11,200
6,200
1,000
2,400
13,300
Incidentals and contingencies ...
$
Less—
Federal health
grant—salaries... $5,340
Deductions for
laundry     7,420
Deductions for
board  45,000
Deductions for rent 20,300
14,500
$1,346,872
750
7,550
45,000
19,700
$1,346,872
750
7,550
45,000
19,700
1,283,326
78,060
Total, Tranquille Unit	
$1,273,872
$1,273,872
         $1,205,266
(b)  Vancouver Islan
(Code 16<
cal Superintendent—Grade 2 ....
Resident Physicians—Grade 2 ...
Carried forward  .
$8,280
13,344
$8,280
13,344
d Chest Centre
102)
$8,280
13,944
$21,624
$21,624
$22,224    $1,205,266    $4,563,830 AA 110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(4)
(2)
$21,624
3,249
2,943
2,832
2,832
2,616
2,436
2,796
2,076
4,734
(14)      $48,138
1,000
960
223,300
8,500
500
2,300
500
800
$285,998
$8,280
27,744
16,032
16,320
8,016
$21,624
3,249
2,943
2,832
2,832
2,616
2,436
2,796
2,076
4,734
$48,138
1,000
960
240,100
8,500
500
2,300
500
800
$302,798
$8,280
27,744
16,032
16,320
8,016
$76,392
$76,392
Vote 164
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(b)  Vancouver Island Chest Centre—Continued
Brought forward     $22,224    $1,205,266    $4,563,830
Salaries—Continued
Public Health Nurse—Garde 1
Staff Nurse—Grade 1 	
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1
X-ray Technician—Grade 3 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
X-ray Technician—Grade 1 	
Educational Supervisor and Librarian
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Three Junior Clerks	
3,426
2,958
2,748
2,970
2,616
2,520
2,118
2,160
5,088
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
031    Royal Jubilee, St. Joseph's,
(14)  $48,828
1,800
960
and
023
025
008
004
016
030
032
026
Stationary Clinics 	
X-ray films and maintenance
Drugs   	
Medical and surgical (specialist
services) 	
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment  	
Incidentals and contingencies _
Library supplies 	
Occupational therapy	
248,500
7,000
500
2,000
450
3,000
2,300
500
800
Total, Vancouver Island Chest Centre        316,638
(c)   Willow Chest Centre (Code 16403)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2 .      $8,280
Resident Physician—Grade 2          7,440
Resident  Physicians—Grade 2  (part
time) 	
Three Physician Specialists
Two Physician Specialists ...
Specialist in Surgery	
21,462
22,200
Carried forward     $59,382    $1,521,904    $4,563,830 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 111
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(7)
(6)
(4)
$76,392
2,040
7,152
4,068
3,924
3,780
3,636
3,438
3,312
3,156
3,120
3,060
3,060
3,090
3,000
2,868
2,616
2,076
5,484
13,512
13,476
1,620
2,076
6,858
308,184
37,775
(178)    $522,773
3,150
5,600
1,340
36,000
7,000
20,000
81,100
$676,963
$76,392
2,040
7,152
4,068
3,924
3,780
3,636
3,438
3,312
3,156
3,120
3,060
3,060
3,090
3,000
2,868
2,616
2,076
5,484
13,512
13,476
1,620
2,076
6,858
308,184
37,775
$522,773
3,150
5,600
1,340
36,000
7,000
20,000
81,100
Vote 164
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(c) Willow Chest Centre—Continued
Brought forward     $59,382    $1,521,904    $4,563,830
Salaries—Continued
Physician Specialists (part time)
Senior Intern	
Dental Officer—Grade 3 	
Chief Pharmacist 	
Superintendent of Nurses-
Rehabilitation Officer	
Dietitian—Grade 2	
-Grade 3.
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 1.
X-ray Technician—Grade 4 	
Physiotherapist 	
Bacteriologist 	
Chief Orderly	
Stockman—Grade 4	
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1 ..
Dietitian—Grade 2 (part time) 	
Hospital Housekeeper—Grade 1 .	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1_
X-ray Assistant	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1	
Seven Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Five Junior Clerks 	
Sundry employees	
Temporary assistance	
23,304
2,040
7,020
4,212
4,368
3,924
3,636
3,870
3,444
3,222
3,312
3,120
3,060
2,748
930
2,868
2,748
2,616
2,076
5,736
13,524
15,696
8,562
340,154
37,775
$676,963
(186) $563,347
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  5,600
035    Telephone and telegraph   6,200
002 Travelling expense  1,300
006    Heat, light, power, and water.— 36,000
020    Maintenance    8,700
011    Laundry  25,200
010    Dietary   81,100
Carried forward   $727,447    $1,521,904    $4,563,830 AA 112
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$676,963
5,040
16,800
10,600
26,000
1,500
8,000
400
300
500
16,000
1,900
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 164
$676,963
5,040
16,800
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(c)  Willow Chest Centre—Continued
Brought forward   $727,447    $1,521,904    $4,563,830
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
036    Housekeeping           5,000
008    Medical and surgical        23,000
10,600
26,000
1,500
8,000
400
025 Drugs        15,000
023    X-ray films and maintenance ....      26,000
027    Laboratory supplies          1,500
037    Anaesthetic services        10,500
026 Occupational therapy             400
300
500
16,000
1,900
031 Teacher's supplies            300
032 Library            500
033 Incidentals, crockery, linen, and
medical supplies       16,000
034 New  furnishings,   repairs,   and
renewals         3,000
004    Office furniture and equipment..        1,525
$764,003
23,406
$764,003
23,406
$830,172
Less Federal health grant—
salaries        42,720
$740,597
$740,597
Total, Willow Chest Centre ._                   787,452
$5,856
2,280
3,636
3,252
3,120
$5,856
2,280
3,636
3,252
3,120
3,060
3,060
2,940
2,940
2,796
2,700
2,568
2,478
2,160
2,076
(d) Jericho Unit (Code 16404)
Salaries:
Physician—Grade 2        $6,792
Dental Officer—Grade 2 (part time)..        1,890
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 2...        3,672
Senior Clerk—Grade 1         3,372
Cook—Grade 3                             3,120
3,060
Dietitian—Grade 2         3,120
3,060
Stockman—Grade 4            3,060
2,940
Charge Orderly                 3,000
2,940
X-ray Technician—Grade 2                2,748
2,796
2,700
2,568
2,478
2,160
2,076
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1               2,868
Assistant Bacteriologist ..               2,796
Hospital Housekeeper—Grade 1          2,658
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade L...       2,568
Clerk-Stenographer        2,520
Clerk—Grade 1          2,160
$44,922
$44,922
Carried forward     $46,344    $2,309,356    $4,563,830 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 113
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                    Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$44,922
136,990
6,770
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 164
$44,922
136,990
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(d) Jericho Unit—Continued
Brought forward      $46,344    $2,309,356    $4,563,830
Salaries—Continued
Sundry employees       136,266
6,770
Temporary assistance          9,500
(74)    $188,682
3,600
13,000
1,000
11,600
46,200
6,300
1,500
2,900
4,000
1,775
400
600
$188,682
3,600
13,000
1,000
11,600
46,200
6,300
1,500
2,900
4,000
1,775
400
600
(73)  $192,110
Expenses:
Code No.
012    Central administration                        3,600
006    Heat, light, power, and water....      15,000
020    Maintenance          1,000
011    Laundry         11,600
010    Dietary         42,200
036    Housekeeping          6,300
008    Medical and surgical          1,800
038    Nursing          2,000
025 Drugs         4,000
023    X-ray films and maintenance             1,300
027    Laboratory             400
026 Occupational therapy ..                  600
004    Office furniture and equipment.           250
6,990
6,990
030    Incidentals and contingencies...        6,990
034    New   furnishings,   repairs,   and
renewals         3,200
$288,547
$288,547
Total, lericho Unit                                292,350
$8,280
$8,280
(e)  Pearson Unit (Code 16405)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2 ....      $8,280
Two Physicians (Specialist)       16,032
13,548
15,312
7,032
4,500
4,500
3,438
3,372
3,372
13,548
15,312
7,032
4,500
4,500
3,438
3,372
3,372
Two Resident Physicians—Grade 2 ..      14,760
Two Chiefs of Institutional Services .      „ .. ...
Dental Officer—Grade 2          7,032
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 ..        4,644
Chief Pharmacist   ...          4,644
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 3 ..        3,738
Chief Dietitian          3,504
X-ray Technician—Grade 3          3,372
Rehabilitation Officer        3,312
3,252
3,252
Bacteriologist         3,372
$66,606
$66,606
Carried forward     $72,690    $2,601,706    $4,563,830 AA 114
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$66,606
3,252
3,120
3,090
3,060
3,000
2,796
2,700
2,658
2,616
2,436
2,160
4,824
6,540
1,488
8,160
(5) 8,250
(3)
540,494
59,516
(273)    $726,766
5,500
4,100
42,000
2,520
25,200
112,500
13,800
4,300
6,000
9,660
5,160
1,260
600
12,772
1,500
$973,638
$66,606
3,252
3,120
3,090
3,060
3,000
2,796
2,700
2,658
2,616
2,436
2,160
4,824
6,540
1,488
8,160
8,250
540,494
59,516
$726,766
5,500
4,100
42,000
2,520
25,200
112,500
13,800
4,300
6,000
9,660
5,160
1,260
600
12,772
1,500
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 164
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(e) Pearson Unit—Continued
Brought forward     $72,690    $2,601,706    $4,563,830
Salaries—Continued
Stockman—Grade 5 	
Chief Orderly 	
Occupational Therapist—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Assistant Bacteriologist 	
Hospital Housekeeper—Grade 2 _
X-ray Technician—Grade 2 	
Hospital Tutor 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Librarian 	
3,252
3,192
3,156
3,192
3,000
2,868
2,700
2,832
2,700
2,160
4,872
  9,060
X-ray Assistant—Grade A   1,578
Four Stenographers—Grade 2  8,292
Four Junior Clerks  6,756
Physiotherapist  (part time)  1,536
Sundry employees  553,338
Temporary assistance   59,516
Laboratory Assistant 	
Two Secretarial Stenographers-
Grade 1 	
Four Clerks—Grade 1 	
(270)  $746,690
Expenses:
Code No.
035    Telephone and telegraph 	
Office expense	
Heat, light, power, and water
Maintenance 	
Laundry  	
Dietary 	
001
006
020
011
010
036
008
038
025
023
027
026
033
039
Housekeeping  	
Medical and surgical
Nursing  	
Drugs   	
X-ray films and maintenance ...
Laboratory   	
Occupational therapy 	
Incidentals, crockery, and linen
Ambulance, jeep, and truck	
5,580
4,380
42,000
3,500
33,000
125,000
16,800
6,800
8,600
12,000
5,100
1,300
600
17,500
1,500
$973,638
Carried forward $1,030,350    $2,601,706    $4,563,830 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 115
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$973,638
700
600
1,600
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 164
$973,638
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
(e) Pearson Unit—Continued
Brought forward. $1,030,350    $2,601,706    $4,563,830
700
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
032   Library supplies               700
600
1,600
031    Teacher's supplies             600
002    Travelling expense  .          1,600
$976,538
$976,538
$1,033,250
Less Federal health grant—
salaries           5,340
$976,538
$976,538
Total, Pearson Unit                     1,027,910
$8,016
3,060
2,940
2,076
4,056
1,536
$8,016
3,060
2,940
2,076
4,056
1,536
(/) New Westminster Unit
(Code 16406)
Salaries:
Physician   (Specialist)       $8,016
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1                  3,240
Staff Nurse—Grade 1          2,868
Clerk—Grade 1         2,160
Two Stenographers—Grade 2            4,188
X-ray Assistant         1,488
(7)      $21,684
1,400
1,000
2,700
4,500
$21,684
1,400
1,000
2,700
4,500
(7)  $21,960
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense         1,000
002    Travelling expense          1,000
014    Rentals          2,700
023    X-ray films and maintenance .—        4,500
004    Office furniture and equipment           350
2,600
2,600
030    Incidentals and contingencies —        2,600
$33,884
4,920
$33,884
4,920
$34,110
Less Federal health grant—
salaries   .       _             4,596
$28,964
$28,964
Total, New Westminster Unit           29,514
$18,000
$28,000
(g) Other Hospitalization
(Code 16407)
Code No.
020    Patient-care in other Provinces    $20,000
$18,000
$28,000
Total, Other Hospitalization _.           20,000
Carried forward     $3,679,130    $4,563,830 AA 116
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
$3,570
5,844
20,880
3,600
2.880
(144)  $36,774
1,500
860
400
$39,534
9,384
$39,534
9,384
$30,150
$30,150
$3,642,666
655,000
$3,669,466
655,000
$2,987,666
$3,014,466
$368,135
4,008
750
23,406
4,920
9,384
$325,667
325,657
$10
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$3,570
5,844
20,880
3,600
2,880
$36,774
1,500
860
400
$368,135
4,008
750
23,406
4,920
9,384
$325,667
325,657
.10
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 164
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
Brought forward     $3,679,130    $4,563,830
(h)  Training-school (Code 16408)
Salaries:
Staff Nursing Instructress—Grade 2 ..      $4,008
Two   Staff   Nursing   Instructresses—.
Grade 1         6,756
Forty-five Nurses       	
Twenty-nine Practical Nurses 	
Sixty Student-nurses 	
Thirty-six Practical Nurses 	
2,320
3,600
2,880
(128) $19,564
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense   1,500
040   Stationery, books, etc.   860
030    Incidentals and contingencies ... 400
Less Federal health grant—
salaries  	
Total, Training-school 	
$22,324
9,936
12,388
Total, In-patient Care and Stationary
Clinics     $3,691,518
Less estimated receipts   655,000
Total of Vote 164
3,036,518
Vote 165
Code JNo.
020    Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme)
Less allocated to—
Travelling Clinics (Vote 163)  $7,158
Tranquille Unit (Vote 164 (a))     5,340
Willow Chest Centre (Vote 164 (c)) 42,720
Pearson Unit (Vote 164 (e))     5,340
New Westminster Unit (Vote  164
(/))      4,596
Training-school (Vote 164 (h))     9,936
$368,135
75,090
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)-
Total of Vote 165	
Carried forward	
$293,045
293,035
10
$7,600,358 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 117
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$9,360
3,060
(2)  $12,420
400
500
250
$13,570
$7,152
6,192
5,184
3,636
2,616
325
(5)  $25,105
1,200
3,200
100
$29,605
$4,800
2,796
6,900
1,488
325
(6)  $16,309
$9,360
3,060
$12,420
400
500
250
$13,570
$7,152
6,192
5,184
3,636
2,616
325
$25,105
1,200
3,200
100
$29,605
$4,800
2,796
6,900
1,488
325
$16,309
Public Health Branch—Continued
Brought forward  $7,600,358
Vote 166
Code No.
021    Chronic Poliomyelitis Care
Social Welfare Branch
Vote 167
Office of the Deputy Minister
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Welfare  $9,360
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  3,060
(2)  $12,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
400
500
Total of Vote 167
Vote 168
Director of Welfare
Salaries:
Director of Welfare	
Assistant Director of Welfare	
Director of Industrial Schools	
Research Consultant 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade
Temporary assistance	
$7,152
6,192
5,760
4,500
2,616
325
(5)  $26,545
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
030    Incidentals and contingencies ...
1,200
2,600
150
100
Total of Vote 168
120,000
13,320
30,595
Vote 169
Family Division
Salaries:
Provincial Supervisor  $4,992
Clerk—Grade 2   2,868
Three Stenographers—Grade 2  6,990
Junior Clerk  1,578
Temporary assistance  325
Carried forward (6)  $16,753    $7,764,273 AA 118
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(9)
(7)
(31)
(13)
(155)
(4)
(17)
(42)
(26)
$16,309
2,000
600
250
50
$19,209
$14,868
44,532
30,780
122,868
13,988
44,688
498,294
56,319
3,312
7,020
6,924
5,568
10,224
39,954
96,660
40,600
3,204
14,500
5,000
(342) $1,059,303
$16,309
2,000
600
250
50
$19,209
$14,868
44,532
30,780
122,868
13,988
44,688
498,294
56,319
3,312
7,020
6,924
5,568
10,224
39,954
96,660
40,600
3,204
14,500
5,000
$1,059,303
42,500
42,500
125,000
125,000
22,500
22,500
15,200
15,200
34,700
34,700
13,000
13,000
$1,312,203
$1,312,203
Vote  169
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Family Division—Continued
Brought forward.  $16,753    $7,764,273
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   1,800
002 Travelling expense   600
004    Office furniture and equipment  250
030   Incidentals and contingencies  50
Total of Vote 169  19,453
Vote 170
Field Service*
Salaries:
Psychiatric Supervisor 	
Supervisor—Grade 3 	
Eight Supervisors—Grade 2	
Eight Supervisors—Grade 1 	
Thirty Social Workers—Grade 5	
Four Social Workers—Grade 4	
Twelve Social Workers—Grade 3 	
One hundred and fifty-two Social Workers-
Grade 2 .	
Twenty-one Social Workers—Grade 1
Launch Engineer-Operator 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Senior Clerk-Stenographers
Four Secretarial Stenographers —
Nine Senior Stenographers 	
Sixteen Clerk-Stenographers	
Forty-five Stenographers—Grade 2
Fourteen Stenographers—Grade 1
Two Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance 	
$5,376
5,376
40,476
35,784
119,584
14,490
42,432
493,806
57,564
3,372
7,152
6,132
5,664
9,648
21,055
37,380
100,206
23,110
3,426
11,752
5,000
(335)  $1,048,785
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
014 Rentals 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
030 Incidentals and contingencies _
Carried forward	
40,000
125,000
24,000
5,400
18,700
13,000
$1,274,885    $7,783,726
* This includes Social Workers for Mothers' Allowances, Social Allowances, Old-age Assistance, Universal Old-age Security,
Child Welfare, Psychiatric Services, Boys' and Girls' Industrial Schools, Welfare Institutions, Venereal Disease Control, and
Tuberculosis Control.
J HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 119
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,312,203
45,000
52,000
$1,215,203
$5,208
4,744
6,696
3,252
2,520
(2)    4,098
3,516
2,000
(10)  $32,034
1,700
500
1,500
$35,734
$24,000
$1,500
$5,000,000
$155,000
$1,312,203
45,000
52,000
$1,215,203
$5,208
4,744
6,696
3,252
2,520
4,098
3,516
2,000
$32,034
1,700
500
1,500
$35,734
$24,000
Vote 170
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Field Service—Continued
Brought forward  $ 1,274,885 $7,783,726
Less—
Recruitment saving      	
Estimated receipts      $60,000
60,000
Total of Vote 170
Vote 171
Medical Services Division
Salaries:
Director of Medical Services (part time)	
Chief Pharmacist	
Two Graduate Pharmacists  	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Temporary assistance	
$5,208
4,068
6,696
3,576
3,252
2,520
7,308
4,056
1,578
3,750
(13) $42,012
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
014   Rentals 	
1,700
500
004   Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 171 	
Vote 172
200
Code No.
020    Burial of Indigents
Vote 173
$1,500
Code No.
021    "Residence and Responsibility Act"—Administration
Vote 174
$5,070,000
Code No.
022   Social Allowances (Including Grants)
Vote 175
$155,000
Code No.
023    Supplementary Social Allowances for Mothers' Allowances Cases   	
Carried forward. 	
1,214,885
44,412
24,000
1,500
5,910,000
180,000
$15,158,523 AA 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$60,000
$60,000
$2,068,350
305,750
$1,762,600
$3,550,000
(2)
(1)
(4)
(2)
$5,952
5,184
2,748
4,803
2,478
10,458
1,620
6,990
3,252
1,400
(18)      $44,885
5,500
2,500
2,000
1,800
$56,685
$336,255
370,000
$2,068,350
305,750
$1,762,600
$50,000
See Vote 319.
$5,952
5,184
2,748
4,803
2,478
10,458
1,620
6,990
3,252
1,400
$44,885
5,500
2,500
2,000
2,300
$57,185
$400,255
405,000
$706,255
$805,255
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Brought forward  $15,158,523
Vote 176
Code No.
024 Administration and Operation of Project and Pavilion
for Japanese at New Denver  50,000
Vote 177
Code No.
025 Medical Services, Drugs, etc.      $2,176,000
Less recoverable from municipalities .... 326,000
Total of Vote 177       1,850,000
Vote 178
Code No.
026 Hospitalization of Social Assistance Cases  ..... 50,000
Child Welfare Division
Vote 179
Administration
Salaries:
Superintendent of Child Welfare	
Deputy Superintendent of Child Welfare
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Senior Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Five Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Stenographers—Grade 1
Five Junior Clerks	
Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
030    Incidentals and contingencies ...
$5,952
4,500
2,832
2,520
2,381
2,658
1,980
10,764
3,432
8,202
1,600
(19)  $46,821
5,500
2,500
1,500
1,800
Total of Vote 179
58,121
Vote 180
Maintenance of Dependent Children and
Grants to Homes
Code No.
027 Children's Aid Societies         $420,000
028 C.A.S. wards—municipal responsibility  422,000
Carried forward..
$842,000 $17,166,644 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 121
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$706,255
448,000
5,000
500
400
200
200
25,000
$1,185,555
130,000
$1,055,555
$6,000
5,990
$10
$4,212
3,252
3,000
4,512
3,120
2,940
2,940
2,940
67,596
5,280
(36)      $99,792
900
1,400
19,750
$121,842
$805,255
498,000
5,000
500
400
200
200
25,000
.1,334,555
130,000
$1,204,555
$6,000
5,990
$10
$4,212
3,252
3,000
4,512
3,120
2,940
2,940
2,940
67,596
5,280
$99,792
900
1,400
19,750
Vote 180
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Child Welfare Division—Continued
Maintenance of Dependent Children and
Grants to Homes—Continued
Brought forward.  	
Code No.
031    C.W.D. foster homes	
Transportation of children 	
Loyal Protestant Orphange	
St. Ann's Convent, Nanaimo .	
St. Ann's Boys' School, Duncan
033
034
034
034
034
035
Monastery of Our Lady of Charity
Hospitalization of infants 	
Less estimated receipts..
Total of Vote 180 ...
$842,000 $17,166,644
520,560
7,000
500
400
200
200
25,000
$1,395,860
150,000
Vote 181
Code No.
020    Jewish Overseas Children	
Less recoverable from European Children's Committee	
$3,000
2,990
Total of Vote 181
Vote 182
$121,842
Provincial Home, Kamloops
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 (Assistant Superintendent)   	
Head Nurse 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Cook—Grade 3 	
Chief Janitor—Grade 2	
Charge Orderly 	
Laundryman  	
Sundry employees	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds..
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
$4,356
3,510
3,060
4,596
3,120
2,940
3,000
65,346
5,280
(34) $95,208
820
1,000
19,750
1,245,860
10
Carried forward..
$116,778 $18,412,514 AA 122
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$121,842
3,000
5,850
37,450
4,000
2,750
300
960
2,000
1,000
1,920
$181,072
1,800
540
61,000
$117,732
$121,842
3,000
5,850
37,450
4,000
2,750
300
960
2,000
1,000
1,920
$181,072
1,800
540
61,000
$117,732
$5,952
$5,952
5,376
5,376
4,644
4,644
3,924
3,924
4,068
4,068
4,068
4,068
3,924
3,924
3,504
3,504
(4)
12,744
12,744
3,120
3,120
(15)
47,916
47,916
3,504
3,504
3,372
3,372
3,000
3,000
(2)
5,658
5,658
2,868
2,868
4,914
4,914
Vote 182
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Child Welfare Division—Continued
Provincial Home, Kamloops—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
008
017
010
009
011
025
021
016
030
023
Medical services	
Medical supplies 	
Provisions and catering
Clothing and uniforms _
Laundry and dry-goods
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Transportation 	
Equipment and machinery 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Burials ...J.	
$116,778 $18,412,514
3,500
5,850
33,000
3,000
7,200
400
960
2,000
500
2,400
Less—
Deductions for board  $1,900
Deductions for rent  540
Estimated receipts   63,000
$175,588
65,440
Total of Vote 182
Vote 183
Industrial Schools for Boys
(a)  Port Coquitlam (Code 18301)
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Treatment Director 	
Assistant Superintendent 	
Social Worker—Grade 5 	
Chief Supervisor 	
Teacher—Grade 4	
Teacher—Grade 3 	
Supervisor—Grade 2 	
Social Worker—Grade 3 	
Nurse-Matron 	
Nine Social Workers—Grade 2	
Six Social Workers—Grade 1 	
Occupational Therapist	
Mechanic—Grade 3 	
$5,952
5,568
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,780
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Three Teachers—Grade 2 .....
Bus-driver 	
$122,556
$122,556
Three Stenographers—Grade 2
Carried forward-	
3,636
3,312
3,120
30,228
16,170
3,504
3,372
3,000
10,166
2,868
6,222
110,148
$114,678 $18,522,662 HEALTH AND WELFARE
AA 123
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$122,556
$254,671
34,750
$289,421
$4,500
4,356
$122,556
33,942
33,942
7,698
7,698
(49) $164,196
$164,196
1,430
1,930
1,550
2,050
2,500
2,500
5,000
5,000
10,500
10,500
1,000
1,000
46,000
46,000
8,000
8,000
4,300
4,300
2,000
2,000
2,450
2,450
275
275
900
900
2,000
2,000
600
600
5,070
5,070
$257,771
$258,771
2,800
2,800
300
300
$255,671
34,750
$290,421
$4,500
4,356
3,856
$8,856
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 183
Industrial Schools for Boys—Continued
(a) Port Coquitlam—Continued
Brought forward        $114,678 $18,522,662
Salaries—Continued
Sundry employees   36,544
Temporary assistance   10,494
(48) $161,716
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,225
002 Travelling expense   2,050
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  2,500
006   Heat, light, power, and water   5,000
008 Medical services   10,500
017    Medical supplies   1,000
010 Provisions and catering   46,400
009 Clothing and uniforms   8,150
011 Laundry and dry-goods   4,550
025 Maintenance and operation of equipment 2,000
021 Transportation     2,000
004 Office furniture and equipment        	
016 Equipment and machinery   1,150
030 Incidentals and contingencies  2,000
040 Repairs to furnishings and equipment  600
041 Training programmme expense   5,070
$256,911
Less—
Deductions for board       $2,400
Deductions for rent   300
  2,700
Total, Port Coquitlam        $254,211
(b) Brannan Lake Boys' School
(Code 18302)
Code No.
888    Salaries    1  ^ m
001    Expenses (
Total of Vote 183         288,961
Vote 184
Industrial School for Girls
Salaries:
Welfare Supervisor—Grade 3 (Superintendent) $4,500
Welfare Supervisor - Social Worker — Grade 5
(Treatment Director)   3,708
Carried forward  $8,208 $18,811,623 AA 124
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(4)
$8,856
6,240
11,760
2,658
2,832
2,796
2,748
2,658
2,796
2,076
21,192
765
(23)      $67,377
1,100
1,000
925
4,900
1,100
2,300
11,550
2,046
500
65
650
565
260
420
2,060
$96,818
1,200
240
$95,378
$8,856
6,240
11,760
2,658
2,832
2,796
2,748
2,658
2,796
2,076
21,192
4,765
$71,377
1,100
1,000
925
4,900
1,100
2,300
11,550
2,046
500
65
650
565
260
420
2,060
$100,818
1,200
240
$99,378
Vote 184
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Industrial School for Girls—Continued
Brought forward..
,208 $18,811,623
Salaries—Continued
Two Social Workers—Grade 3	
Nine Social Workers—Grade 2 ....
Social Worker—Grade 1 	
Psychiatric Nurse	
Recreational Director 	
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1
Teacher—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Sundry employees 	
Temporary assistance 	
6,240
26,580
2,700
2,904
2,796
2,748
3,220
2,868
2,436
22,758
5,110
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
020
006
008
017
010
009
011
025
004
016
030
012
042
021
029
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services	
Medical supplies	
Provisions and catering	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Office furnishings and equipment	
Equipment and machinery 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Good Conduct Fund	
Vocational and recreational supplies, etc.
Transportation 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
(30)  $88,568
1,100
300
1,600
5,200
3,000
700
16,000
2,200
500
1,400
500
3,000
250
500
3,200
1,000
4,000
$133,018
Less-
Deductions for board   $1,200
Deductions for rent        240
Sale of garden produce     1,800
3,240
Total of Vote 184 .
Carried forward	
129,778
$18,941,401 HEALTH AND WELFARE
A A 125
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$4,045,960
120,960
$3,925,000
(3)
(10)
(3)
(18)
$6,672
1,200
5,184
4,644
3,996
14,172
8,448
2,700
25,218
46,692
4,506
5,142
30,930
1,500
(67) $161,004
39,000
1,000
1,200
1,500
$203,704
$4,557,320
2,416,560
$2,140,760
$2,344,464
$4,045,960
120,960
$3,925,000
$6,672
1,200
5,184
4,644
3,996
14,172
8,448
2,700
25,218
46,692
4,506
5,142
30,930
1,500
$161,004
40,000
1,000
1,200
6,200
$209,404
$4,557,320
2,416,560
$2,140,760
$2,350,164
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Brought forward  $18,941,401
Vote 185
Code No.
020 Cost-of-living Bonus Paid to Recipients of
Old-age Assistance, Universal Old-age
Security, and Blind Persons' Allowances	
Less refund from other Provinces	
$6,250,000
146,000
Total of Vote 185 .
Vote 186
"Old-age Assistance Act," 1951, and "Blind
Persons' Allowances Act," 1951
(a) Administration (Code 18601)
Salaries:
Chairman	
Member of Board	
Administrative Assistant
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Senior Stenographer	
Seven Clerk-Stenographers 	
Twenty-one Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Ten Junior Clerks	
Eight Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,672
1,200
5,184
4,644
4,140
14,304
11,316
2,700
17,700
47,922
4,548
17,772
13,758
1,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
030
004
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Incidentals and contingencies ...
Office furniture and equipment
Total, Administration 	
(62)  $153,360
40,000
500
1,500
723
$196,083
031    (b) Old-age   Assistance   and
Blind Persons'Allowances
(Code 18602)   $4,425,000
Less refunds,  Federal  and
other Provinces      2,351,000
2,074,000
Total of Vote 186.
Carried forward	
6,104,000
2,270,083
$27,315,484 AA 126
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$270,000
$270,000
$31,383,382
$24,221,114
$7,500
3,780
2,436
(3)      $13,716
1,200
3,500
500
$18,916
$7,500
3,780
2,436
$13,716
1,200
3,500
500
$18,916
$8,760
$8,760
5,952
5,952
6,000
6,000
4,800
4,800
4,644
4,644
4,356
4,356
(4)
16,272
16,272
(11)
39,294
39,294
(6)
18,450
18,450
7,212
7,212
2,868
2,868
2,796
2,796
2,700
2,700
2,568
2,568
(4)
10,038
10,038
(7)
15,156
15,156
4,464
4,464
2,160
2,160
(2)
3,384
3,384
1,896
1,896
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Brought forward	
$27,315,484
Vote 187
Code No.
020    "Mothers' Allowances Act"  (R.S.B.C.   1948, Chap.
225, Sec. 13) 	
220,000
Total, Department of Health and Welfare  $27,535,484
Vote 188
Salaries:
Minister of Labour
Secretary 	
Stenographer—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 188
Vote 189
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour	
Chief Administrative Officer	
Compensation  Counsellor 	
Superivsor—Grade 3 	
Supervisor—Grade 2 	
Supervisor—Grade 1 	
Six Inspectors—Grade 3	
Eight Inspectors—Grade 2	
Eight Inspectors—Grade 1 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Senior Stenographer  ..
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Five Clerk-Stenographers 	
Ten Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1a 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 1 	
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
Minister's Office
$7,500
3,504
2,028
(3) $13,032
1,400
3,300
300
$8,760
6,192
5,500
4,992
4,644
25,848
29,328
24,342
7,212
3,000
2,868
2,700
5,232
12,288
21,312
4,464
1,758
$18,032
$163,770
$163,770
Carried forward   $170,440   $18,032 LABOUR
A A 127
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$163,770
$170,972
$215,772
$5,184
1,800
2,500
4,000
$13,484
$5,568
13,500
3,444
300
$163,770
(3)
4,860
2,900
480
4,860
2,900
480
(53)
$172,010
1,038
$172,010
1,038
$170,972
12,000
12,000
24,000
24,000
4,500
4,500
2,300
2,300
2,000
2,000
$215,772
$5,184
1,800
2,500
4,000
$13,484
$5,568
13,500
3,444
300
Vote 189
General Administration—Continued
Brought forward        $ 170,440
Salaries—Continued
Two Junior Clerks  3,474
Two Clerk-Typists  3,432
Temporary assistance   14,760
Special living allowances  480
(56) $192,586
Less—
Refund from other votes -     $1,104
Refund from " Indian Inquiry Act"         1,308
  2,412
$190,174
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  12,500
002 Travelling expense   25,000
013 Printing and publishing  4,500
014 Rentals   2,600
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,415
030    Incidentals and contingencies  3,500
Total of Vote 189	
Vote 190
Board of Industrial Relations
Salaries:
Research Officer and Secretary	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
020    Allowances, Board Members 	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
$5,664
1,800
3,000
2,500
50
Total of Vote 190.
Vote 191
Factories Inspection
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Factories	
Three Inspectors of Factories	
Homework Inspector	
Temporary assistance 	
$4,800
12,852
3,444
300
(5)      $22,812
$22,812
Carried forward..
$18,032
239,689
13,014
..(5) $21,396      $270,735 AA 128
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$22,812
1,200
3,500
$27,512
$4,722
13,848
2,340
1,578
$4,722
13,848
2,340
1,578
(7)      $22,488
1,200
2,630
$22,488
1,200
2,630
900
See Vote 81.
900
70,000
$27,218
7,000
$97,218
42,000
$20,218
$55,218
$2,700
50
200
700
$3,650
$5,952
4,644
$10,596
$22,812
1,200
3,500
$27,512
$2,700
50
200
700
$3,650
$5,952
4,644
$10,596
Vote 191
Factories Inspection—Continued
Brought forward.   $21,396       $270,735
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,000
002 Travelling expense   3,200
004    Office furniture and equipment   400
Total of Vote 191  25,996
Vote 192
Apprenticeship Branch
Salaries:
Director of Apprenticeship  $4,896
Four Inspectors of Apprenticeship  14,304
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,436
lunior Clerk—Grade A       	
(6)  $21,636
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,500
002 Travelling expense  2,800
004    Office furniture and equipment  240
020   Allowances,   Provincial   Apprenticeship
Committee    900
Apprentice-training     100,000
$127,076
Less refund from Federal Government.- 57,500
Total of Vote 192  69,576
Vote 193
Trade-schools Regulation
Salaries:
Senior Stenographer  $2,700
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  75
002 Travelling expense  200
020    Allowances, Members   500
Total of Vote 193  3,475
Vote 194
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Branch
Salaries:
Chief Executive Officer  $5,952
Registrar and Secretary, Labour Relations Board 5,184
Carried forward  $11,136       $369,782 LABOUR
AA 129
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mar
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31,1955
$10,596
$10,596
Vote 194
nich—Cont
$11,136
5,568
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Bra
Brought forward	
Salaries—Continued
Chief Conciliation Officer	
inued
$369,782
5,280
9,144
8,064
10,812
5,280
9,144
8,064
10,812
Conciliation Officer—Grade 4     	
Two Conciliation Officers—Grade 3   ...
9,444
11,988
7,572
3,576.
2,436
2,616
8,250
(2)
(3)
Three Conciliation Officers—Grade 2	
Two Conciliation Officers—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
(2)
(3)
2,340
5,136
6,672
1,800
4,104
3,024
1,758
2,000
2,340
5,136
6,672
1,800
4,104
3,024
1,758
2,000
Senior Stenographer	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade Ia         .    ...
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
3,198
1,758
2,000
Junior Clerk—Grade A  . _      ....
Temporary assistance    .
(22)
$70,730
5,000
7,000
450
250
17,000
$70,730
5,000
7,000
450
250
17,000
(20)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense       ..      ..
$69,542
4,500
7,200
450
970
20,000
002    Travelling expense  .   ..... 	
014    Rentals   ....
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
020    Boards of Conciliation     ...
$100,430
$100,430
Total of Vote 194	
102,662
Vote 195
$8,000
8,000
$8,000
14,560
$8,000
14,560
Labour Relations Board
Salaries:
Chairman       ..   ..     	
Four Members (per diem)   ._       	
(1)
$22,560
1,300
4,000
$22,560
1,300
4,000
(1)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  .... ... 	
$16,000
1,500
002    Travelling expense	
4,000
$27,860
$27,860
Total of Vote 195	
21,500
Vote 196
$4,140
$3,996
$3,996
" Indian Inquiry Act "
Salaries:
Secretary to the Provincial Advisory Committee
on Indian Affairs    ....
$3,996
$3,996
Carried forward.	
$4,140
$493,944
10 AA 130
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(2)
$3,996
2,616
(2)   $6,612
1,500
4,000
$12,112
$600
5,184
4,212
3,636
6,888
2,796
2,208
2,436
100
(8)  $28,060
1,800
1,800
3,880
4,000
$39,540
$5,100
$484,594
$3,996
2,616
$6,612
1,500
4,000
$12,112
$600
5,184
4,212
3,636
6,888
2,796
2,208
2,436
100
$28,060
1,800
1,800
3,880
4,000
$39,540
$5,100
$2,343
$521,937
Vote 196
" Indian Inquiry Act '
Brought forward.	
-Continued
Salaries—Continued
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
$4,140       $493,944
1,308
(2)  $5,448
500
3,000
Total of Vote 196
Vote 197
Rentals Control Office
Salaries:
Rentals Administrator 	
Rentals Officer ,	
Assistant Rentals Officer	
Three Rentals Appraisers 	
Rentals Investigator	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance	
$600
5,184
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
014    Rentals 	
020    Court of Rental Appeals
10,794
3,444
2,796
2,298
2,076
1,000
(8)  $28,192
1,500
1,800
4,480
4,500
Total of Vote 197
Vote 198
Code No.
029   Motor-vehicles and Accessories
8,948
40,472
7,400
Cost of Conducting Strike Votes under " Industrial Conciliation
and Arbitration Act "        	
Total, Department of Labour        $550,764 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA 131
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(3)
(7)
$7,500
3,780
$7,500
3,780
(2)      $11,280
800
3,000
80
200
$11,280
800
3,000
80
200
$15,360
$15,360
$9,960
7,872
5,952
4,644
4,428
3,924
3,780
3,060
9,072
2,436
14,052
4,644
3,468
3,120
5,094
500
$9,960
7,872
5,952
See Vote 210.
4,428
3,924
3,780
3,060
9,072
2,436
12,072
4,644
3,468
3,120
5,094
500
(6)
(26)  $86,006
7,000
6,000
4,300
1,165
120
6,000
(24) $79,382
7,000
6,000
4,300
1,165
120
6,000
$110,591
$103,967
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS
Vote 199
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Lands and Forests	
Secretary _— 	
$7,500
4,212
(2)  $11,712
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense     800
002 Travelling expense   2,648
004    Office furniture and equipment       	
030    Incidentals and contingencies  200
Total of Vote 199 	
Lands Service
Vote 200
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Lands 	
Assistant Deputy Minister of Lands	
Director of Conservation 	
Chief Clerk  	
Research Assistant—Grade 3 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk-—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Stockmen—Grade 2 	
Two Junior Clerks—Grade A	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense ..  	
002 Travelling expense 	
013 Printing and publications 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
016 Equipment and machinery 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 200
Carried forward	
$9,960
6,192
7,848
3,312
6,084
2,436
12,810
4,464
3,336
3,060
5,184
6,500
(21) $71,186
6,950
5,000
4,500
970
6,000
$15,360
94,606
$109,966
. AA 132
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(4)
(2)
$4,428
4,140
11,196
13,014
5,136
4,056
2,568
2,028
3,066
3,426
(19)  $53,058
1,500
250
(5)
(1)
(2)
(5)
(20) $55,038
1,500
250
$54,808
$6,552
5,664
5,952
2,616
4,500
12,564
16,392
2,700
2,748
9,012
3,198
2,700
10,188
1,716
1,488
2,500
(29)      $90,490
$4,428
4,140
11,196
13,014
(3)
5,136
6,036
2,568
2,028
3,066
3,426
$56,788
$6,552
5,664
See Vote 208.
2,616
4,500
12,564
16,392
2,700
2,748
9,012
3,198
2,700
10,188
1,716
1,488
2,500
(28) $84,538
Lands Service—Continued
Brought forward	
Vote 201
Accounting Division
Salaries:
Administrative Assistant 	
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Senior Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Two Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 201	
$4,722
3,996
7,416
10,204
6,252
4,056
2,616
2,076
2,118
1,576
3,336
1,000
(17)  $49,368
3,000
500
250
Vote 202
Lands Branch
Salaries:
Superintendent of Lands	
Assistant Superintendent of Lands	
Land Surveyor—Grade 3 	
Assistant Land Surveyor	
Chief Clerk 	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Four Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Senior Stenographer 	
Six Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1a 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,672
5,856
4,644
11,994
17,880
3,378
5,400
5,136
8,614
1,536
2,700
12,708
1,668
5,000
$109,966
53,118
Carried forward..
.(29)  $93,186       $163,084 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA 133
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$90,490
6,000
3,000
1,000
1,800
880
8,500
$111,670
(6)
$5,280
26,568
16,116
Seep. 134.
6,000
1,080
(12)      $55,044
1,800
17,000
1,300
1,100
9,000
200
Seep. 134.
Seep. 134.
$84,538
6,000
3,000
4,000
1,800
880
8,500
$108,718
(9)
$5,280
39,060
16,116
2,478
20,784
7,000
1,080
(21) $91,798
3,300
20,000
1,300
1,100
11,000
1,200
15,000
10,600
$85,444
$155,298
$4,068
3,444
$4,068
3,444
Vote 202
Lands Service—Continued
Lands Branch—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses :
Code No.
001
002
013
031
004
032
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Printing and publications	
Advertising and publicity	
Office furniture and equipment
Land-sales commissions 	
$93,186       $163,084
6,000
1,000
8,000
1,800
885
11,000
Total of Vote 202
Vote 203
Inspection Division
(Including Former Land Utilization Research
and Survey)
Salaries:
Chief Land Inspector  $5,952
Assistant Chief Land Inspector   4,992
Ten Land Inspectors—Grade 2   43,704
Five Land Inspectors—Grade 1   16,242
Clerk-Stenographer   2,208
Sundry employees       	
Temporary assistance, office  6,500
Temporary assistance, field  2,250
Special living allowance   1,320
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
004
029
016
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment .
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Equipment and machinery	
Field research projects 	
Sundry expenses	
(18)  $83,168
4,000
30,000
2,260
1,540
4,000
1,000
Total of Vote 203
(2)
$7,512
$7,512
Vote 204
Land Settlement Board
Salaries:
Inspector, Land Settlement Board  $4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,636
Carried forward    (2)  $7,704
121,871
125,968
$410,923 AA 134
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$7,512
250
1,500
250
50
$7,512
250
2,000
250
50
$9,562
$10,062
See Vote 203.
$6,192
5,472
12,492
6,120
3,000
2,478
1,000
(9)  $36,754
1,500
3,000
2,500
5,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
100
15,000
$69,854
$8,760
6,792
3,570
1,578
$8,760
6,792
3,570
1,578
(4)      $20,700
$20,700
Vote 204
Lands Service—Continued
Land Settlement Board—Continued
Brought forward	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment
030 Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 204	
$7,704       $410,923
250
1,900
100
9,954
Land Utilization Research and Survey
Salaries:
Director       	
Assistant Director        	
Three Land Inspectors—Grade 2       	
Two Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2  	
Draughtsman—Grade 2        	
Clerk-Stenographer         	
Temporary assistance        	
Expenses:
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Grants and subsidies	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Field research projects, etc. 	
Vote 205
Dyking Commission
Salaries:
Dyking Commissioner	
Assistant Dyking Commissioner 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1a	
Temporary assistance	
$8,760
7,032
3,636
2,076
1,000
Carried forward (4)  $22,504       $420,877 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA  135
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$20,700
$7,440
2,868
8,000
(2)  $18,308
1,000
2,500
200
500
742
1,000
300
$24,550
$31,000
5,000
$36,000
$20,700
1,750
2,500
1,750
2,500
$24,950
14,045
$24,950
14,045
$10,905
$10,905
$7,440
2,868
8,000
$18,308
1,000
2,500
200
500
742
1,000
300
$24,550
$61,000
5,000
$66,000
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 205
Dyking Commission—Continued
Brought forward  $22,504       $420,877
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,750
002 Travelling expense  3,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  625
016    Equipment and machinery   350
$28,229
Less contributed by sundry dyking districts     16,937
Total of Vote 205   11,292
Surveys and Mapping Branch
Vote 206
Administration
Salaries:
Surveyor-General and Director of Surveys and
Mapping 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance	
$7,728
2,868
5,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
013    Printing and publications 	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016    Equipment and machinery 	
030    Incidentals and contingencies 	
(2)  $15,596
1,000
2,000
300
235
1,000
Total of Vote 206
20,131
Vote 207
Special Commitments
Code No.
033 B.C.-Yukon-N.W.T.  Boundary Survey—
Establishment of boundary  $5,000
034 Alberta-B.C. Boundary     1,000
Total of Vote 207  6,000
Carried forward        $458,300 AA 136
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
vlarch 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$5,760
$5,760
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Broueht forward        $458,300
Vote 208
Legal Division
Salaries:
Chief, Legal Division    	
$6,192
Assistant Chief, Legal Division
5,952
(5)
27,264
4,356
(6)    33,216
4,356
Seven Land Surveyors—Grade 3     	
37,872
Chief Draughtsman   	
One Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 4	
Technical Draughtsman  .      . _ 	
4,500
3,636
4,212
12,492
18,708
6,504
3,780
3,186
3,252
8,988
5,664
2,520
23,214
2,760
1,980
1,716
5,094
4,998
2,976
5,000
4,212
12,492
18,708
6,504
3,780
3,186
3,252
8,988
5,664
2,520
23,214
2,760
1,980
1,716
5,094
4,998
2,976
5,000
4,212
Three Supervising Draughtsmen        ...
12,636
(2)
Five Senior Draughtsmen	
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 3	
18,654
3,120
Blue-print Operator                      ■•■
3,780
(1)
Nine Draughtsmen—Grade 2
26,526
Photostat Operator .        	
3,252
(3)
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 2 ...
2,868
Two Clerks—Grade 2           	
5,736
Ripe-printer's Assistant—Grade 2      	
2,616
(9)
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 1            	
4,914
Senior Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 2   '.
2,760
2,118
Studio Helper                  	
1,896
(3)
Four Junior Draughtsmen—Grade A	
6,984
Two Junior Draughtsmen
Two Blue-printer's Assistants—Grade 1	
Temporary assistance	
2,976
5,000
(46)
$154,424
3,000
1,500
500
3,500
2,200
4,500
5,200
1,200
35,000
10,000
110,000
1,000
(47)$ 160,376
3,000
1,500
500
3,500
2,200
4,500
5,200
1,200
35,000
10,000
110,000
1,000
(47)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
$168,200
4,000
002   Travelling expense _               .. . ...   ...
1,500
031    Advertising and publicity        ....   	
600
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
004   Office furniture and equipment	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
016    Equipment and machinery      	
3,500
700
5,800
6,500
030   Incidentals and contingencies	
032 Blue-print and photostat supplies, etc.
033 Provision of survey posts       	
35,000
10,000
034 Field surveys, etc.	
035 Monument renewals                	
110,000
1,000
$332,024
27,500
$337,976
27,500
Less sundry reimbursements—
B.C. Department of Public
Works      $18,750
$346,800
IX .
$304,524
$310,476
Carried forward     $ 18,750
$346,800       $458,300 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA 137
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(3)
(5)
(3)
(1)
$304,524
1,500
$303,024
$6,672
6,192
10,176
4,992
4,644
4,356
4,212
10,848
3,438
15,108
8,736
2,478
2,700
2,616
2,478
1,668
2,028
10,000
(26)  $103,342
2,600
1,500
1,500
2,600
500
100
13,950
1,000
1,000
$128,092
$310,476
1,500
$308,976
$6,672
6,192
10,176
4,992
4,644
4,356
4,212
10,848
3,438
15,108
8,736
2,478
2,700
2,616
2,478
1,668
2,028
10,000
$103,342
2,600
1,500
1,500
2,600
500
100
13,950
1,000
1,000
$128,092
Vote 208
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Legal Division—Continued
Brought forward     $18,750       $346,800
Less—Continued
Canada Department of National Defence      	
•  18,750
Total of Vote 208 	
Vote 209
Geographic Division
Salaries:
Chief, Geographic Division	
Assistant Chief, Geographic Division	
Geographer 	
Map Editor	
Map Librarian 	
Mathematical Computer	
Assistant Mathematical Computer	
Chief Draughtsman 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Six Senior Draughtsmen  .	
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 3 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Two Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2 	
Four Draughtsmen—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Junior Draughtsman	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A 	
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,672
6,192
5,280
5,184
4,500
4,800
3,708
4,500
21,348
3,252
5,928
5,136
10,224
2,796
2,616
2,118
8,000
Expenses
Code No.
001
002
004
029
016
030
032
033
034
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies ..
Map printing	
Map purchase	
Map distribution	
(26)  $102,254
2,000
1,300
875
125
16,400
1,200
1,000
Total of Vote 209
Carried forward	
$458,300
328,050
125,154
$911,504 AA 138
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(5)
$6,432
6,192
27,264
15,984
See Vote 200.
4,140
3,636
10,848
3,186
12,546
9,174
3,444
19,236
(5)
(1)
11,484
2,436
2,208
1,758
6,000
$6,432
6,192
27,264
15,984
4,644
4,140
3,636
10,848
3,186
12,546
9,174
3,444
19,236
11,484
2,436
2,208
1,758
6,000
(40)    $145,968
2,250
1,300
11,300
960
2,600
9,000
500
100,000
(41)$150,612
2,250
1,300
11,300
960
2,600
9,000
500
100,000
$273,878
$278,522
$6,312
5,952
15,168
4,800
4,500
4,284
12,348
$6,312
5,952
15,168
4,800
4,500
4,284
12,348
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Brought forward..
Vote 210
Topographic Division
Salaries:
Chief, Topographic Division 	
Assistant Chief, Topographic Division 	
Six Topographic Surveyors—Grade 3 	
Four Topographic Surveyors—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk	
Chief Draughtsman 	
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 4	
Three Senior Draughtsmen	
Radio Technician 	
Four Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 3 _
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Launch Captain	
Seven Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Four Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 1
Junior Draughtsman 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,672
6,192
31,488
15,984
4,644
4,500
3,780
11,268
3,312
12,744
8,736
19,536
2,478
8,832
2,520
2,298
6,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense
002
021
004
029
016
030
034
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Field operations	
(40) $150,984
2,250
1,300
6,300
610
3,200
8,250
100,000
Total of Vote 210
Vote 211
Air Division
Salaries:
Chief Air Survey Engineer	
Assistant Chief, Air Division ..
Three Topographic Surveyors-
Air-photo Analyst 	
Supervisor, Air Operations	
-Grade 3
Two Air Survey Detachment Chiefs.
Three Air Survey Pilots	
$6,552
6,192
15,744
4,992
4,644
8,568
12,132
$911,504
272,894
$53,364
$53,364
Carried forward..
$58,824 $1,184,398 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA  139
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1953
(4)
(1)
(2)
(7)
(2)
(5)
(12)
$53,364
4,356
15,480
3,780
7,296
3,852
3,852
6,822
24,090
11,340
6,756
14,412
31,344
2,076
$53,364
4,356
15,480
3,780
7,296
3,852
3,852
6,822
24,090
11,340
6,756
14,412
31,344
2,076
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 211
Air Division—Continued
Brought forward .
Salaries—Continued
Chief Draughtsman	
Five Technical Survey Assistants-
Two Supervising Draughtsmen ....
Two Senior Draughtsmen	
Two Instrument-makers 	
Air Survey Technician	
Photographer 	
Assistant Photographer
-Grade 4.
$58,824    $1,184,398
4,500
19,980
8,136
7,140
7,638
2,160
2,160
1,848
1,848
22,638
22,638
1,758
1,758
6,000
6,000
(69) $223,224
$223,224
2,900
2,900
1,500
1,500
500
500
7,561
7,561
10,000
10,000
3,734
3,734
15,500
15,500
800
800
37,000
37,000
18,000
18,000
2,000
2,000
500
500
$323,219
$323,219
60,000
60,000
$263,219
$263,219
Six Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 3 .
Three Aircraft Mechanics—Grade 1	
Twelve Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Assistant Instrument-maker	
Air Survey Flying Assistant	
Two Photographic Technicians	
Six Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2 .
Thirteen Draughtsmen—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Studio Helper
Thirteen Junior Draughtsmen—Grade A .
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Rentals	
002
013
014
021
004
016
030
034
035
032
036
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Office furniture and equipment	
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Field operations, etc 	
Processing laboratory 	
Mapping materials	
Air-photo library 	
3,924
3,780
20,964
11,340
35,244
3,120
3,060
5,532
16,920
31,668
2,028
1,938
1,980
4,000
(73)  $251,716
2,900
1,000
300
11,561
7,700
600
4,300
37,000
20,000
2,000
500
$339,577
Less reimbursement from Forest Reserve Account   60,000
Total of Vote 211   279,577
Carried forward        $ 1,463,975 AA  140
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
piemen taries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(6)
(5)
(2)
(3)
$7,440
6,192
5,760
5,664
30,180
5,376
15,984
4,500
4,356
4,212
3,636
3,924
19,692
3,252
3,378
6,120
2,928
2,610
2,616
4,284
4,416
4,560
23,280
14,436
6,840
300
(49)    $195,936
5,675
15,000
5,000
650
1,300
3,346
9,350
4,500
250
$241,007
$7,440
6,192
5,760
5,664
30,180
5,376
15,984
4,500
4,356
4,212
3,636
3,924
19,692
3,252
3,378
6,120
2,928
2,610
2,616
4,284
4,416
4,560
23,280
14,436
6,840
300
$195,936
5,675
15,000
5,000
650
1,300
3,346
9,350
4,500
250
$241,007
Lands Service—Continued
Brought forward..
Vote 212
Water Rights Branch
Salaries:
Comptroller of Water Rights	
Chief Engineer	
Chief Hydraulic Engineer	
Project Engineer	
Seven Hydraulic Engineers	
Solicitor—Grade 1 	
Four Assistant Hydraulic Engineers	
Chief Clerk	
Chief Draughtsman	
Supervising Draughtsman	
Technical Draughtsman	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Engineer-in-training 	
Four Senior Draughtsmen	
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 3
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Clerk-Typists	
District Offices:
Four District Engineers 	
Four Assistant District Engineers ...
Three Clerk-Stenographers 	
Temporary assistance	
$7,728
6,432
5,952
5,760
35,766
5,568
16,344
4,644
4,500
4,212
4,212
4,068
16,056
3,372
3,510
9,240
2,700
2,928
2,436
2,616
4,104
4,104
4,644
23,904
18,816
6,672
1,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
013
014
021
004
029
016
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Rentals	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Equipment and machinery	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 212
Carried forward	
(52)  $211,288
6,515
16,000
520
900
700
648
3,325
6,405
$1,463,975
246,301
$1,710,276 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA 141
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
$13,000
5,500
30,000
2,000
5,000
54,500
$110,000
54,500
$55,500
$25,000
1,000
2,500
1,500
1,500
46,225
80,000
54,500
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$212,225
83,000
$129,225
i 10,000
$1,500
$13,000
5,500
30,000
2,000
5,000
57,500
$113,000
57,490
$55,510
$25,000
1,000
2,500
1,500
1,500
46,225
80,000
54,500
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 213
Lands Service—Continued
Brought forward .     $ 1,710,276
Hydraulic Surveys
$212,225
83,000
$129,225
$10,000
Code No.
017 Final licence surveys
018 Snow surveys 	
019    Water-resources surveys
021 Ground-water surveys ....
022 Dam inspections 	
023    Fraser River Basin surveys
Less reimbursements, Federal-Provincial
Board (Fraser River Basin) 	
Total of Vote 213 	
Vote 214
$1,500
Fraser River Basin Board
Salaries  .	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016    Equipment and machinery	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
023    Water resources, bathometric surveys, etc.
(Provincial share) 	
031 Investigations, water storage,  and other
surveys 	
021    River-gauging,   pollution,   and   dam-site
investigations 	
022    Water-rights surveys .
Less recoverable from Federal Government 	
Total of Vote 214
Vote 215
Code No.
020    B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging
Vote 216
$12,000
■ 5,225
14,500
2,500
4,000
$38,225
$20,000
2,700
6,800
500
1,500
34,850
58,800
$125,150
45,150
Code No.
019    Grant—British Columbia Natural Resources Conference
Carried forward	
38,225
80,000
10,000
1,500
$1,840,001 AA 142
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                             FisadYearEndtag
March 31,1955
$6,192
3,252
2,868
2,616
4,068
3,708
20,280
29,700
Lands Service—Continued
Brought forward     $1,840,001
Vote 217
$6,192
3,252
2,868
2,616
4,068
3,708
20,280
29,700
"Soldiers' Land Act, 1918" (Southern Okanagan
Lands Project)
Salaries:
Project Manager            $6,192
Senior Clerk—Grade 1               3,372
Senior Clerk-Stenographer             2,868
Janitor      _   ...          .                          2,616
Foreman     . .                4,068
Assistant Foreman .     ...         .. .             3,708
Six Ditch-riders                  20,400
Sundry employees                           —          28,100
(23)      $72,684
$72,684
(21) $71,324
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense              1,500
002 Travelling expense                350
031    Advertising and publicity                  170
006    Heat, light, power, and water             1,100
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment             4,800
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories              2,000
016    Equipment rental                 800
15,467
41,767
032    Maintenance and operation of irrigation
and domestic water systems             28,135
$88,151
75,350
$114,451
75,350
$110,179
Less estimated revenue           75,500
$12,801
$39,101
Total of Vote 217       ...          34,679
Vote 218
$200
$200
Recoverable Expenditure
Code No.
020    "Soldiers'Land Act, 1918"—Houses, South Vancouver                200
Vote 219
" University Endowment Lands Administration Act "
(R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 351, Sec. 3)
Salaries:
Project Manager            $5,940
Clerk—Grade 2 .                                              2,436
Shop Foreman    _               4,200
Gardener Foreman        .                            3,700
Utility Man—Grade 3             3,156
Utility Man—Grade 1            .                  2,976
Truck-driver                   2,976
Seven Labourers           20,252
Carried forward           $45,636    $1,874,880
. LANDS AND FORESTS
AA 143
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(30)    $101,000
1,188
58,000
25,000
$185,188
$101,000
1,188
58,000
25,000
.185,188
119,668
65,510
S10
$185,188
300,000
$485,188
119,668
65,510
299,990
$20
Vote 219
Lands Service—Continued
" University Endowment Lands Administration
Act "—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Electrician (part time)
Fire Chief	
Assistant Fire Chief	
Three Captains 	
Ten Firemen 	
Relief Firemen	
Temporary assistance
$45,636    $1,874,880
540
5,030
4,550
13,170
38,450
5,300
7,000
(30)  $119,676
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
004
020
006
021
016
032
037
029
036
034
035
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds .....
Heat, light, power, and water	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Equipment rental	
Land-sales commissions 	
Superannuation contribution 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Depreciation Reserve Account	
General maintenance 	
Domestic water account	
038    Construction of works
2,000
2,000
500
15,600
33,450
9,600
2,100
1,000
9,600
2,000
$197,526
225,700
$423,226
Less—
Estimated revenue  $133,389
Recoverable from Department of Education (Vote
108)       72,250
Recoverable from Department of Public Works....      30,000
Excess of disbursements
over receipts carried to
Fund      187,577
423,216
Total of Vote 219 .
Carried forward	
10
$1,874,890 A A 144
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$9,960
$9,960
17,040
17,040
5,760
5,760
4,644
4,644
3,444
3,444
3,252
3,252
(1)
2,340
2,340
2,028
2,028
6,912
6,912
(5)
32,520
25,848
18,336
18,336
5,952
5,952
(9)
49,266
49,266
(12)
51,720
51,720
116,028
116,028
(3)
10,248
10,248
3,780
3,780
5,376
See Vote 232.
9,288
See Vote 232.
15,552
See Vote 232.
3,438
See Vote 232.
4,500
4,500
4,356
4,356
3,372
3,372
4,356
4,356
3,636
3,636
2,796
2,796
4,644
See Vote 232.
4,212
See Vote 232.
7,416
See Vote 232.
3,120
See Vote 232.
4,644
See Vote 232.
8,712
8,712
4,068
See Vote 232.
(2)
7,074
3,504
11,982
5,988
(5)
13,200
13,200
(12)
20,628
(11)   18,912
$489,600
$409,890
Brought forward.
Vote 220
Forest Service
Salaries
Administration
Deputy Minister of Forests and Chief Forester
Two Assistant Chief Foresters	
Solicitor—Grade 2 	
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 	
Personnel Assistant 	
Branch Secretary	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Three Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Headquarters
Forester—Grade 3 	
Four Foresters—Grade 2 	
Three Foresters—Grade 1 	
Forest Agrologist	
Eight Assistant Foresters—Grade 3 	
Seventeen Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Twenty-nine Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 	
Four Foresters-in-training 	
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 1 	
Engineer—Grade 1 (Forest Service) 	
Two Assistant Engineers—Grade 2 (Forest Service) 	
Four Assistant Engineers—Grade 1  (Forest Service)  	
Engineer-in-training  	
Public Relations Officer—Grade 1
Public Relations Assistant	
Assistant Photographer	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 4
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 2
Radio Superintendent	
Assistant Radio Superintendent .
Two Radio Technicians 	
Radio Operator—Grade 2	
Superintendent of Construction
Two Chief Draughtsmen	
Technical Draughtsman	
Senior Draughtsman	
Four Draughtsmen—Grade 2 ._
Seven Draughtsmen—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Draughtsmen	
Four Junior Draughtsmen—Grade A
Carried forward	
$9,960
17,040
6,192
4,992
3,636
3,060
7,848
2,076
7,152
26,448
18,816
6,192
43,872
76,566
116,244
13,488
3,780
4,644
4,500
3,504
4,356
3,780
2,868
8,712
3,636
12,048
17,652
3,516
7,572
$1,874,890
$444,150   $1,874,890 LANDS AND FORESTS
A A 145
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(4)
(2)
(10)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(3)
(3)
(2)
(11)
(3)
(6)
(5)
$489,600
5,376
9,288
11,196
3,780
18,000
7,206
35,364
43,692
26,352
25,416
19,152
13,428
5,496
7,116
8,100
5,040
22,752
5,496
2,076
9,156
4,500
13,068
4,068
19,620
31,392
2,796
2,436
1,980
6,672
6,192
5,376
5,184
9,000
23,832
3,372
3,181
22,584
(12)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(2)
(10)
(2)
$409,890
5,376
9,288
11,196
3,780
18,000
7,206
31,860
40,116
23,100
20,280
17,076
13,428
5,496
4,596
8,100
5,040
20,412
3,960
2,076
9,156
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
See Vote 232.
6,672
6,192
5,376
5,184
9,000
23,832
3,372
3,181
22,584
$938,335
$754,825
Vote 220
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Brought forward	
Departmental Comptroller 	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 3 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 2	
Three Investigators, Forest Products Accounting-
Audit Accountant—Grade 1 	
Five Chief Clerks 	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Nine Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Thirteen Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2 	
Eleven Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four Junior Clerks 	
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Senior Stenographers 	
Four Clerk-Stenographers 	
Ten Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Typist	
Six Clerk-Typists	
Superintendent, Forest Service Marine Station	
Three Foremen, Forest Service Marine Station	
Foreman of Works—Grade 1, Forest Service Marine Station  	
Five Shipwrights, Forest Service Marine Station...
Eight Marine Mechanics, Forest Service Marine
Station 	
Driver, Forest Service Marine Station	
Watchman, Forest Service Marine Station	
Stockman—Grade 2, Forest Service Marine Station
Vancouver Forest District
Forester—Grade 3 (District Forester) 	
Forester—Grade 1 	
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 2	
Two Forest Protection Officers—Grade 1
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Five Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 	
Forester-in-training	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3 	
Three Supervisors	
$444,150    $1,874,890
5,568
4,644
11,772
3,504
22,860
11,268
32,790
44,148
25,932
12,696
23,532
6,852
2,256
5,400
9,900
21,990
1,716
9,744
6,912
6,192
5,568
5,376
9,492
8,424
19,620
3,252
13,572
Carried forward..
$779,130    $1,874,890
11 AA 146
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(3)
(3)
(7)
(3)
(8)
(2)
$938,335
3,780
105,552
3,156
3,636
2,940
2,796
4,212
10,194
3,636
3,156
4,644
8,352
7,350
10,596
8,532
7,488
12,810
4,956
2,700
2,748
5,040
16,278
1,578
4,740
2,118
6,672
5,760
5,568
4,992
4,356
31,824
6,684
4,992
4,500
8,136
3,780
10,260
$1,278,847
$754,825
3,780
105,552
3,156
3,636
2,940
2,796
4,212
10,194
3,636
3,156
4,644
8,352
7,350
10,596
8,532
7,488
12,810
4,956
2,700
2,748
5,040
16,278
1,578
4,740
2,118
6,672
5,760
5,568
4,992
4,356
31,824
6,684
4,992
4,500
8,136
3,780
10,260
Vote 220
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Forest District—Continued
Brought forward.
Inspector (Export Logs) 	
Two Senior Forest Assistants ...
Twenty-six Rangers—Grade 2 .
Ranger—Grade 1 	
Launch Captain 	
Launch Engineer   	
Cook—Grade 1 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2 .
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Chief Clerk	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2 ...
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1 ...
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Four Clerks—Grade 2 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four Junior Clerks	
Senior Stenographer	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 	
Special living allowance	
Kamloops Forest District
Forester—Grade 3 (District Forester)
Forester—Grade 1 	
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 2	
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Seven Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 	
Two Foresters-in-training 	
Assistant Engineer—Grade 1 	
$1,095,337
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 3 	
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 2	
Three Assistant Forest Agrologists—Grade 1
Engineer-in-training 	
Three Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3 .
$779,130    $1,874,890
4,500
9,600
104,904
3,120
3,636
3,060
2,868
3,636
10,008
3,120
3,222
4,644
8,280
7,488
10,014
8,766
10,230
12,930
6,630
2,700
2,748
5,040
18,210
3,294
2,208
120
6,912
5,760
5,568
5,184
8,424
4,644
27,468
4,068
4,992
4,644
12,204
10,536
Carried forward       $1,134,510    $1,874,890
J LANDS AND FORESTS
A A  147
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
(2)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(3)
(5)
(5)
(3)
(3)
$1,278,847
3,060
9,600
8,856
81,720
3,252
3,000
3,780
2,832
4,212
6,372
2,796
4,500
14,568
3,192
7,956
10,134
3,252
2,256
10,320
4,692
4,920
(3)
(10)
6,552
5,184
13,872
4,800
39,528
4,500
4,356
3,252
(2)
4,356
6,690
(20)
4,800
14,100
81,072
3,000
3,780
2,832
$1,676,791
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$1,095,337
3,060
9,600
8,856
81,720
3,252
3,000
3,780
2,832
4,212
6,372
2,796
4,500
14,568
3,192
7,956
10,134
3,252
2,256
10,320
4,692
4,920
6,552
5,184
13,872
4,800
39,528
4,500
4,356
3,252
4,356
6,690
4,800
14,100
81,072
3,000
3,780
2,832
$1,493,281
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 220
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Kamloops Forest District—Continued
Brought forward     $1,134,510    $1,874,890
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 2
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers —
Three Supervisors	
Twenty Rangers—Grade 2	
Three Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 4 	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 2	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Chief Clerk	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Eight Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 —
Six Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Special living allowance 	
Nelson Forest District
Forester—Grade 2 (District Forester) 	
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 	
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Nine Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 	
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 2	
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 1 	
Engineer-in-training 	
Two Senior Forest Assistants	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 4 	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3 	
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 2 	
Inspector of Licensed Scalers	
Three Supervisors	
Twenty-two Rangers—Grade 2	
Four Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 4 	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 1 	
3,060
9,600
13,716
82,420
9,120
3,060
3,780
3,060
3,698
6,564
2,436
4,500
6,624
10,092
10,008
16,356
3,378
2,616
12,348
1,536
1,668
480
6,672
5,376
9,696
4,992
34,776
4,644
4,500
3,252
9,600
3,372
5,592
4,800
13,944
88,560
12,120
3,060
3,780
2,748
Carried forward AA 148
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(3)
(2)
(5)
(1)
(4)
$1,676,791
3,570
2,934
1,620
4,356
10,080
6,252
7,608
10,092
1,578
2,616
2,076
2,388
6,498
1,578
5,232
6,432
5,568
4,500
4,428
28,692
3,372
(2)
(2)
(2)
(4)
(2)
6,744
9,600
4,356
9,072
47,880
6,504
2,700
4,212
3,738
3,372
3,060
4,212
3,312
9,494
5,496
10,044
4,056
$1,936,113
$1,493,281
3,570
2,934
1,620
4,356
10,080
6,252
7,608
10,092
1,578
2,616
2,076
2,388
6,498
1,578
5,232
6,432
5,568
4,500
4,428
28,692
3,372
6,744
9,600
4,356
9,072
47,880
6,504
2,700
4,212
3,738
3,372
3,060
4,212
3,312
9,494
5,496
10,044
4,056
Vote 220
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Nelson Forest District—Continued
Brought forward..
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A	
Chief Clerk	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 _.
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Two Janitors 	
$1,566,114    $1,874,890
3,708
3,060
1,800
4,356
13,524
3,252
8,142
12,438
1,668
2,208
2,028
6,444
3,114
1,536
5,232
Prince Rupert Forest District
Forester—Grade 2 (District Forester)
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 	
Assistant Forester—Grade 2 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Seven Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 ...
Forester-in-training  	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 4 ._
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3 ..
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers	
Scaler—Grade 2 	
Two Supervisors	
Twelve Rangers—Grade 2	
Two Rangers—Grade 1 	
Launch Captain 	
Launch Engineer 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
51,752,603
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A 	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
6,672
5,568
4,284
4,722
28,548
3,372
3,636
3,504
9,372
4,356
9,156
48,628
6,312
3,444
3,060
4,212
2,478
2,028
3,504
2,898
4,212
3,438
9,564
2,868
17,664
10,140
Carried forward     $1,846,264    $1,874,890 LANDS AND FORESTS
A A  149
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
6,113
$1,752,603
1,536
1,536
2,160
2,160
2,076
2,076
3,600
3,600
3,298
3,298
1,620
1,620
2,616
2,616
0,980
10,980
6,192
6,192
5,568
5,568
(2)
8,928
8,928
(3)
11,772
11,772
(2)
. 6,744
6,744
3,252
3,252
4,800
4,800
3,312
3,312
(1)
4,800
4,800
(1)
4,644
4,644
(14)
56,808
56,808
2,520
2,520
1,800
1,800
3,708
3,708
2,700
2,700
2,940
2,940
4,500
4,500
9,816
9,816
5,496
5,496
(1)
2,478
2,478
(3)
6,312
6,312
(4)
7,206
7,206
(3)
6,396
6,396
(1)
1,536
1,536
3,240
3,240
6,840
6,840
215,000
215,000
$2,363,307
$2,179,797
(613)
(563)
Vote 220
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Prince Rupert Forest District—Continued
Brought forward     $1,846,264    $1,874,890
Junior Clerk	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Two Billing-machine Operators 	
Special living allowance 	
Prince George Forest District
Forester—Grade 2 (District Forester)
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 	
Three Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Five Assistant Foresters—Grade 1	
Forester-in-training 	
Engineering-in-training	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Senior Forest Assistant	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers ...
Two Supervisors 	
Fifteen Rangers—Grade 2 	
Ranger—Grade 1 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
lunior Draughtsman—Grade A	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 4 	
Chief Clerk	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 .
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 ...
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 ...
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Special living allowance
Temporary assistance ...
1,980
2,160
2,076
4,008
5,220
11,100
6,432
5,568
14,514
19,692
3,372
3,252
4,992
4,800
3,438
9,300
8,712
59,652
3,060
2,700
1,896
3,780
2,658
3,000
4,356
10,146
5,568
5,046
12,204
1,938
2,076
2,118
3,156
3,198
7,560
320,000
Carried forward..
.....    $2,410,992
(588)
$1,874,890 AA 150
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31,1955
$2,179,797
213,546
69,900
10,848
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 220
>,410,992
295,359
$2,363,307
213,546
69,900
10,848
Salaries—Continued
Brought forward     $
Less—
Chargeable to Forest Reserve Account   $221,628
Chargeable to Silviculture Fund            62,727
Chargeable to Grazing Range Improvement Fund       11,004
$1,874,890
$2,069,013
$1,885,503
Total of Vote 220	
2,115,633
Vote 221
$109,600
165,000
30,000
25,000
42,800
248,960
10,350
42,440
176,450
59,320
10,000
30,100
$103,200
153,050
26,470
30,000
64,050
263,200
34,005
36,700
181,700
53,730
10,000
31,430
$103,850
172,800
33,970
Expenses
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water      	
30,000
64,050
271,400
77,250
37,700
018    Gazette and press legal notices 	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
022 Repair and construction of launches, etc.
023 Purchase and maintenance of radio equip
ment 	
181,700
024   Acquisition or construction of buildings
and works             	
66,530
10,000
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds
009    Field uniforms
31,730
030    Incidentals and contingencies 	
$1,080,980
$987,535
Total of Vote 221	
950,020
Vote 222
:ry
$6,672
5,568
4,992
3,924
9,996
3,780
2,520
14,778
7,008
$6,672
5,568
4,800
3,924
9,756
3,636
2,520
14,652
1,500
$6,672
Reforestation and Forest Nursi
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2 ..
5,568
4,800
Assistant Forester—Grade 3     	
Assistant Forester—Grade 2    	
3,924
9,756
3,636
Assistant Forester—Grade 1     	
Three Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
2,520
14,652
Clerk-Stenographer        	
Four Nursery Superintendents ._         	
1,500
Temporary assistance  	
(13)      $53,028
$53,028
Carried forward (13)
$59,238
$4,940,543
J LANDS AND FORESTS
AA  151
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(2)
$53,028
1,000
1,000
8,000
8,000
10,400
10,400
22,000
22,000
36,512
36,512
3,430
3,430
22,000
22,000
401,580
401,580
10,000
10,000
$567,950
$567,950
45,000
45,000
$522,950
80,000
$442,950
$6,192
5,568
8,424
11,916
8,424
7,776
7,992
17,070
3,060
8,280
3,060
3,372
3,120
3,636
3,372
2,436
7,008
3,000
$113,706
$53,028
$522,950
80,000
$442,950
$6,192
5,568
8,424
11,916
8,424
7,776
7,992
17,070
3,060
8,280
3,060
3,372
3,120
3,636
3,372
2,436
7,008
3,000
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 222
Reforestation and Forest Nursery—Continued
Brought forward  $59,238
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   500
002 Travelling expense   7,000
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  1,000
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment 20,000
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  28,500
016    Equipment and machinery   4,375
024    Acquisition or construction of buildings  10,000
031 Forest nurseries and planting  390,800
032 Plantation improvements   10,000
$531,413
Less board   42,500
Less estimated Federal Government
share of Provincial-Federal Agreement 	
Total of Vote 222	
$488,913
75,800
Vote 223
Provincial Parks
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2	
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 	
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Three Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 	
Assistant Engineer—Grade 2 (Forest Service).
Assistant Engineer—Grade 1 (Forest Service).
Two Research Assistants—Grade 2	
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 4	
Five Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 2 	
Two Rangers—Grade 2 	
Foreman, Langford Workshop	
Foreman of Works—Grade 1 	
Gardener—Grade 4 	
Senior Draughtsman .	
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
$6,432
5,568
8,784
11,916
4,644
4,212
8,064
8,280
17,676
2,940
8,424
3,060
3,504
3,192
3,636
3,504
2,436
3,780
3,636
3,060
$4,940,543
413,113
$113,706
Carried forward        $116,748    $5,353,656 AA 152
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$113,706
4,008
1,536
2,616
2,160
1,668
(36) $125,694
135,000
2,000
20,000
181,000
109,000
2,500
110,400
18,400
18,200
10,000
$732,194
$78,261
4,800
16,604
1,200
12,033
20,000
3,800
6,002
$142,700
$550
2,000
43,870
3,460
1,750
$113,706
4,008
1,536
2,616
2,160
1,668
$125,694
135,000
2,000
20,000
181,000
109,000
2,500
110,400
18,400
18,200
10,000
$732,194
$78,261
4,800
16,604
1,200
12,033
20,000
3,800
6,002
$142,700
$550
2,000
43,870
3,460
1,750
Vote 223
Forest Service—Continued
Provincial Parks—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerks—Grade 1
Junior Clerk	
Secretarial Stenographer-
Stenographer—Grade 2 .
Clerk-Typist 	
-Grade 1
$116,748 $5,353,656
4,140
1,716
2,616
2,076
1,536
Expenses:
Code No.
017    Temporary assistance
Office expense 	
Travelling expense .__
001
002
021
024
019
020
016
029
030
Maintenance and operations	
Acquisition or construction of buildings
and works	
Grants and subsidies 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Equipment and machinery 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Total of Vote 223	
(36)  $128,832
218,732
2,000
20,000
199,000
88,600
1,000
70,400
1,630
2,000
Vote 224
Forest Management
Code No.
017 Cruising 	
018 Working-plans and wood-lots __.
019 Appraisal and overrun studies _
020 Scaling 	
021 Forest atlas and air photos	
022 Christmas-tree supervision 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
030 Incidentals and contingencies ...
$95,455
1,800
22,296
1,200
13,333
22,019
7,700
10,122
Total of Vote 224 .
Vote 225
Forest Research
Code No.
001
.002
032
020
006
Office expense	
Travelling expense
Projects	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water	
$2,000
32,573
3,335
2,361
732,194
173,925
$51,630
$51,630
Carried forward..
$40,269    $6,259,775 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA 153
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
$51,630
5,000
6,100
2,500
$65,230
$3,000
9,000
12,500
30,000
200
1,300
200
$56,200
$6,192
5,568
3,444
2,868
2,700
(5)  $20,772
34,965
775
5,000
1,600
3,765
6,500
500
2,186
600
$76,663
$51,630
5,000
6,100
2,500
$65,230
$3,000
9,000
12,500
30,000
200
1,300
200
$56,200
$6,192
5,568
3,444
2,868
2,700
$20,772
34,965
775
5,000
1,600
3,765
6,500
500
2,186
600
$76,663
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 225
Forest Research—Continued
Brought forward  $40,269    $6,259,775
Code No.
010    Provisions and catering  3,600
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment 6,940
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   9,700
016    Equipment and machinery  3,400
033    Acquisition or construction  of buildings
and works  1,300
Total of Vote 225  65,209
Vote 226
Public Relations (Forest)
Code No.
001 Office expense   $3,000
002 Travelling expense   9,000
013    Printing and publications  10,300
031    Advertising and publicity    32,320
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds  525
016    Equipment and machinery  800
030 Incidentals and contingencies  255
Total of Vote 226    56,200
Vote 227
Forest Ranger School
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2  $6,432
Assistant Forester—Grade 3  5,568
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Two Janitor-Engineers—Grade 2   5,736
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1        	
(5)   $21,312
Expenses:
Code No.
017    Students and temporary staff  (including
special living allowance) 	
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense (staff and students)	
020 Maintenance of grounds and buildings	
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
010 Provisions and catering  	
011 Laundry 	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
016    Equipment and machinery	
Total of Vote 227	
35,443
775
4,750
1,000
3,765
6,500
500
500
500
75,045
Carried forward     $6,456,229 AA 154
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$6,000
$71,750
$45,000
$150,000
See Vote 220.
$6,000
$71,750
$50,178
$150,000
(2)
(4)
$6,672
5,376
9,288
15,552
3,438
4,644
4,212
7,416
3,120
4,644
4,068
3,570
5,994
1,716
3,504
5,136
6,396
4,500
13,068
4,068
19,620
31,392
2,796
2,436
1,980
Forest Service—Continued
Brought forward-
Vote 228
Code No.
019    Grant to Canadian Forestry Association
Vote 229
Code No.
004    Office Furniture and Equipment
Vote 230
Code No.
014    Rentals
Vote 231
Code No.
020    Youth Training Programme
Vote 232
$6,456,229
6,000
46,200
62,000
130,000
$174,606
Engineering Services
Salaries (50 positions formerly in salary vote totalling $183,510;
3 positions from salary contingency vote total $9,756):
Forester—Grade 2   $6,672
Engineer—Grade 1   5,760
Four Assistant Engineers—Grade 2   19,344
Five Assistant Engineers—Grade 1   19,404
Engineer-in-training    3,504
Radio Superintendent   4,644
Assistant Radio Superintendent   4,212
Two Radio Technicians   7,560
Radio Operator—Grade 2   3,120
Superintendent of Construction   4,800
Technical Draughtsman   4,212
Senior Draughtsman   3,708
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2   6,246
Draughtsman—Grade 1   2,700
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,636
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,178
Three Stenographers—Grade 2   6,582
Superintendent, Forest Service Marine Station 4,644
Three Foremen, Forest Service Marine Station 13,500
Foreman of Works—Grade  1, Forest Service
Marine Station  4,068
Five Shipwrights, Forest Service Marine Station 19,620
Eight Marine Mechanics, Forest Service Marine
Station   31,392
Driver, Forest Service Marine Station  2,796
Watchman, Forest Service Marine Station  2,436
Stockman—Grade   2,   Forest   Service   Marine
Station   2,436
Carried forward..
$192,174    $6,700,429 LANDS AND FORESTS
AA  155
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
See Vote 236.
See Votes 221, 236.
See Vote 236.
$350,000
72,600
873,230
216,780
74,000
256,630
250,600
131,860
180,600
14,200
$2,420,500
$174,606
3,576
3,252
2,076
94,111
(50)$277,621
1,300
39,750
12,800
7,500
51,445
38,300
160,650
70,644
20,300
$680,310
403,355
$276,955
$350,000
72,600
873,230
216,780
74,000
256,630
250,600
131,860
180,600
14,200
$2,420,500
Vote 232
Forest Service—Continued
Engineering Services—Continued
Brought forward        $192,174
Salaries—Continued
Intermediate  Clerk—Grade   2,  Forest  Service
Marine Station  3,696
Intermediate  Clerk—Grade   1,  Forest  Service
Marine Station   3,252
Clerk—Grade 2, Forest Service Marine Station 2,568
Temporary staff  112,819
(53)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds __..
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
016    Equipment and machinery 	
033 Acquisition or construction  of buildings
034 Engineering surveys 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
$314,509
1,450
39,950
7,000
7,650
29,950
47,950
67,470
3,500
45,000
12,300
Less chargeable to Silviculture Fund
$576,729
299,512
Total of Vote 232
Vote 233
Forest Protection Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031 Fire-fighting allotment   $250,000
032 Slash and snag disposal,  Van
couver District        35,000
033 Wages  and  expenses,   seasonal
staff       910,250
034 Maintenance  and operation of
equipment   226,400
029    Motor-vehicles  and  accessories 80,200
035 Equipment and machinery  313,150
036 Acquisition or construction of
buildings        303,240
037 Maintenance  of buildings  and
grounds       162,420
038 Equipment rental (aircraft)......    187,680
002    Travelling expenses        18,760
$6,700,429
277,217
Carried forward $2,487,100
$6,977,646 A A 156
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$2,420,500
10,000
26,500
10,000
26,500
300,000
$2,457,000
$2,757,000
$400,000
57,000
$400,000
57,000
$457,000
$457,000
$2,000,000
$2,300,000
$213,546
550,000
50,400
29,600
65,625
5,000
$213,546
550,000
50,400
29,600
65,625
5,000
$914,171
$914,171
$295,875
50,000
10,000
$295,875
50,000
10,000
$355,875
138,296
$355,875
25,796
$494,171
$381,671
$420,000
$532,500
$2,420,500
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 233
Forest Protection Fund—Continued
Brought forward $2,487,100 $6,977,646
Estimated Expenditure—Continued
Code No.
009    Forest Service uniforms       10,000
030    Incidentals and contingencies ...      22,900
To make good deficit in Fund ..     	
$2,520,000
Estimated Revenue:
From forest protection tax   $360,000
From miscellaneous collections        30,000
Excess of net disbursements over receipts carried to fund     130,000
520,000
Total of Vote 233  (statutory, " Forest Act,"
R.S.B.C. 1948, chap. 128, sec. 124, subsec. (1))       2,000,000
Vote 234
Forest Reserve Account
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031 Refund to salary vote  $221,628
035 Field-survey expenses  619,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories.. 30,560
034 Equipment and machinery  28,600
037 Air base-mapping   105,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies.... 5,000
033 Acquisition or construction  of
buildings and works        20,000
$1,029,788
Estimated Revenue:
Federal-Provincial Agreement  $417,188
Receipts from cruising charges  50,000
Incidental collections   10,000
$477,188
Withdrawn from Fund     552,590
1,029,778
Total of Vote 234	
Carried forward	
10
$8,977,656 LANDS AND FORESTS
A A  157
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$5,952
11,520
9,522
48,000
161,172
$5,952
11,520
9,522
48,000
161,172
4,356
4,068
3,780
6,954
12,456
5,484
8,976
1,980
3,252
Forest Service-
Brought forward	
-Continued
     $8,977,656
Vote 235
UND
$5,952
11,520
9,600
57,600
135,036
45,360
4,356
4,212
3,570
3,510
6,504
10,368
12,478
1,980
3,252
3,126
6,252
(10)
Scaling P
Estimated Expenditure:
Salaries:
Supervisor of Scalers, Coast Region
Two Assistant Supervisors of Scalers
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers
Twelve Senior Scalers  	
(37)
Thirty-one Scalers—Grade 2	
Twelve Scalers—Grade 1 	
Supervisor,  Tabulating-machines—
Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
4,356
4,068
3,780
6,954
12,456
5,484
8,976
1,980
3,252
(2)
(4)
(2)
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
(4)
Six Clerks—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Supervisor, Billing-machines 	
Senior   Tabulating-machine   Operator—Grade 1 	
Two Tabulating-machine Operators
—Grade 2 	
6,252
5,136
1,758
2,256
7,200
3,186
175,000
6,252
5,136
1,758
2,256
7,200
3,186
175,000
(2)
Billing-machine Operators ...
(1)
Two Comptometer Operators	
Senior Key-punch Operator .
3,288
2,298
7,449
3,186
100,000
Four Key-punch Operators—Grade
2      	
Launch Captain   . .
Temporary assistance  ...   —. ..
(89)
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense 	
035    General expense 	
Estimated Revenue:
Scaling fees and expenses	
(80)
$488,260
150,000
50,000
$488,260
150,000
50,000
$440,897
164,000
30,000
$688,260
688,250
$688,260
688,250
$634,897
634,887
Total of Vote 235	
$10
$10
                  10
Carried forward	
     $8,977,666 AA 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$69,900
5,860
122,535
422,622
14,000
47,500
175,160
19,000
60,000
$936,577
$740,000
196,567
$936,567
$10
$69,900
5,860
122,535
422,622
14,000
47,500
175,160
19,000
60,000
$936,577
$740,000
196,567
$936,567
$10
$10,848
2,200
3,000
$10,848
2,200
3,000
500
2,800
51,152
500
2,800
51,152
$70,500
$70,500
Forest Service—Continued
Brought forward..
Vote 236
Silviculture Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031 Refund to salary and engineer
ing votes   $148,539
002    Travelling expense        37,740
032 Tree-marking      134,670
036 Projects       513,617
037 Co-operation with other agencies    	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories..      72,700
021    Maintenance  and  operation of
equipment        15,600
034    Equipment and machinery       72,725
024    Acquisition or construction  of
buildings and works        17,500
030 Incidentals and contingencies ...      20,000
,977,666
$1,033,091
Estimated Revenue:
Subsecs. (7) and (9) of sec. 17, chap.
128, R.S.B.C. 1948   $900,000
Excess of disbursements over receipts
carried to Fund     133,081
1,033,081
Total of Vote 236	
Vote 237
10
Grazing:   Range Improvement Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031    Refund to salary vote  $ 11,004
037 Temporary assistance  2,200
002    Travelling expense   3,000
029    Motor-vehicles  and  accessories 2,150
034    Equipment and machinery  750
036    Maintenance  and  operation of
equipment   3,500
038 Range improvement projects  52,512
033    Acquisition  or construction of
buildings and works   4,000
Carried forward .
$79,116    $8,977,676 MINES
A A 159
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31, 1955
$500
6,677
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 237
ntinued
$79,116
31,116
$500
15,000
Grazing: Range Improvement Fund—Co
Brought forward 	
Estimated Revenue:
Sec. 5, chap. 138, R.S.B.C. 1948          $500
Excess of net disbursements over receipts carried to Fund    _                       30,616
$8,977,676
$15,500
$7,177
$55,000
$63,323
Total of Vote 237 (statutory, " Grazing Act,"
R.S.B.C.   1948,   sec.   14,   and   "Grazing  Act
Amendment Act, 1949")  	
48,000
Assistance to District of Surrey re Repairs to Sea-wall and
Drainaae-works      	
$18,350
Total, Department of Lands and Forests
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
Vote 238
$9,360,900
$9,865,071
$9,025,676
-
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Minister of Lands and Forests)
Secretary (paid by Department of Lands and
Forests)  	
$1,200
$1,200
500
1,000
$800
500
1,400
500
1,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
$2,700
$2,700
Total of Vote 238	
$2,700
Vote 239
$9,060
6,912
4,896
9,072
4,428
3,996
$9,060
6,672
$9,060
6,672
General Administration
Salaries:
Chief Gold Commissioner and Controller, Petroleum and Natural Gas	
Deputy Chief Gold Commissioner and Deputy
Controller, Petroleum and Natural Gas	
9,288
9,288
4,212
3,708
4,212
4,212
Chief Clerk (Accountant)	
Seep. 162.
4,212
Deputy Controller, Petroleum and Natural Gas
$33,444
$37,152
Carried forward	
$38,364
$2,700 A A 160
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1953
(3)
$33,444
3,504
Seep. 162.
3,060
8,358
2,568
2,298
5,232
6,582
6,084
1,668
3,260
(4)
$37,152
3,504
2,796
3,060
8,358
2,568
2,298
5,232
6,582
8,160
1,668
3,260
(22)      $76,058
11,000
2,000
3,800
2,000
(25)  $84,638
14,000
2,000
3,800
2,000
$94,858
$106,438
$8,016
$8,016
(3)
19,776
19,776
(1)
5,760
(3)
17,664
(4)
21,312
21,312
4,800
4,800
(2)
8,352
(3)
11,988
4,068
4,068
3,192
3,192
2,256
2,256
(2)
4,326
4,326
1,800
1,800
(17)
$83,658
120)
$99,198
15,000
17,000
3,000
3,000
30,000
35,000
$131,658
$154,198
Vote 239
General Administration—Continued
Brought forward	
Salaries—Continued
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Senior Stenographer 	
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Five Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance 	
$38,364
3,504
2,868
3,060
8,094
2,658
2,388
5,232
6,762
10,446
1,758
2,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
004
029
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
(26)  $87,134
14,000
2,000
4,126
750
6,400
Total of Vote 239
Vote 240
Mineralogical Branch
Salaries:
Chief, Mineralogical Branch 	
Senior Geologist 	
Two Geologists 	
Three Mineral Engineers—Grade 2 	
Three Associate Geologists	
Mineral Engineer—Grade 1 	
Four Assistant Geologists	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Lapidary 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
$8,016
6,912
12,624
17,712
15,936
4,644
16,704
4,068
3,192
2,520
2,340
2,208
1,800
(20)  $98,676
Expenses:
Code No.
013    Printing and publications  16,500
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories    ,
023    Field expense   34,000
Carried forward        $149,176
$2,700
114,410
$117,110 MINES
AA  161
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
Vote 240
Mineralogical Branch—Continued
$131,658
2,000
5154,198
2,000
Brought forward-
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
024 Laboratory and library expense .
025 Preparation of topographic map
030    Incidental expenses 	
$149,176       $117,110
2,000
7,000
6,000
$133,658
$156,198
Total of Vote 240 .
$6,672
14,868
4,068
10,992
5,736
2,208
750
(11)      $45,294
500
7,000
$52,794
$7,332
6,372
6,432
Seep. 162.
6,252
17,472
5,952
20,064
See p. 162.
14,778
$84,654
Vote 241
$6,672
(4)     19,956
4,068
10,992
5,736
2,208
750
(12)  $50,382
500
7,000
$57,882
$7,332
6,372
6,432
6,192
6,252
17,472
5,952
20,064
4,800
14,778
Analytical and Assay Branch
Salaries:
Chief Analyst and Assayer	
Three Senior Analysts—Grade 2	
Senior Analyst—Grade 1 	
Senior Assayer	
Three Analysts	
Two Crushermen and Laboratory Caretakers.	
Crusherman 	
Laboratory Caretaker	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,672
15,552
4,572
4,068
11,412
2,868
2,700
2,298
300
(12)  $50,442
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense 	
017    Scientific   and   technical   equipment   and
supplies 	
500
6,800
Total of Vote 241
Vote 242
Inspection Branch
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines and Examiner	
Senior Inspector and Examiner	
Senior Inspector	
Senior Petroleum Engineer	
Inspector and Resident Engineer—Grade 2 and
Examiner	
Three   Inspectors   and   Resident   Engineers —
Grade 2 	
Electrical Inspector—Grade 2 	
Four Inspectors and Resident Engineers-
1 	
District Petroleum Engineer	
-Grade
Four Instructors, Mine-rescue and First Aid..
$7,620
6,612
6,672
6,432
6,372
18,096
6,192
20,832
4,800
14,910
$95,646
Carried forward..
164,176
57,742
$98,538      $339,028
12 AA 162
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$84,654
2,928
2,436
1,200
180
$95,646
2,928
2,436
1,200
180
(18)  $91,398
1,218
(20)$102,390
1,218
$90,180
30,600
9,000
6,000
$135,780
(7)  $37,076
3,000
3,000
2,500
700
3,200
1,900
3,300
11,000
$65,676
$500
4,600
6,000
$11,100
$205,000
$101,172
32,600
9,000
6,000
$148,772
$3,000
500
700
3,200
1,900
3,300
876
$13,476
$500
4,600
6,000
Vote 242
$11,100
$205,000
Inspection Branch—Continued
Brought forward-
Salaries—Continued
Senior Clerk-Stenographer —
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance	
$98,538       $339,028
2,928
2,436
1,200
420
Less one-half payable by Department of
Education for Stenographer—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
017 Inspection and field expenses ...
018 Apparatus and supplies	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
(20)  $105,522
1,218
$104,304
32,000
9,000
Total of Vote 242 .
Petroleum and Natural Gas
(Now absorbed in Votes 239, 240, 241, 242.)
Salaries:
Sundry employees        	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        	
002 Travelling expense	
013 Printing and publications
031 Advertising and publicity
014 Rentals 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories .
030 Incidental expenses 	
Total of Vote
Vote 243
Grants and Subsidies
Code No.
019    (a)  Canadian   Institute   of   Mining   and
Metallurgy 	
019    (b) Mine-rescue and First-aid Work	
019    (c)  Grants to Chambers of Mines	
$500
4,600
6,000
Total of Vote 243 .
Vote 244
Code No.
019    Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Carried forward.... 	
145,304
11,100
200,000
$695,432 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
AA 163
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mai
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31,1955
$25,000
Brought forward.   ._
$695,432
Vote 245
$25,000
Code No.
020    Grub-staking Prospectors ........
25,000
Vote 246
rospectors....
$400
$200
Code No.
022    Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide P
Vote 247
200
$3,000
$3,000
Code No.
023    Interprovincial Committee on Mining	
3,000
Vote 248
1948, chap.
$5,000
$5,000
Code No.
030    Incidentals and Contingencies	
Vote 249
2,000
$20,000
$20,000
Code No.
024    " Iron and Steel Bounties Act " (R.S.B.C.
32, sec. 2) 	
20,000
Total, Department of Mines	
$754,766
$754,966
$745,632
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL
Vote 250
AFFAIRS
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Provincial Secretary)	
Secretary (paid by Provincial Secretary's Department)   ._ 	
$250
500
$250
500
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   	
002 Travelling expense  	
Total of Vote 250	
$250
500
$750
$750
$750
Vote 251
$8,760
6,432
3,996
3,252
3,780
3,510
5,760
$8,760
6,192
4,140
3,252
3,708
3,378
2,934
2,520
2,520
$8,760
6,192
4,140
3,252
Municipal Branch
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs and Inspector of Municipalities 	
Supervisor of Municipalities 	
Assistant Supervisor of Municipalities	
Departmental Secretary 	
3,708
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
3,378
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
(1)          2,934
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
2,520
Clerk—Grade 2	
2,520
Clerk-Stenographer 	
2,118
Carried forward	
$37,404
$37,404
$37,608
$750 AA 164
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$37,404
(1) 2,298
1,800
1,000
(11)      $42,502
8,000
3,000
800
500
(2)
$54,802
$4,644
3,708
7,020
5,892
2,076
4,374
3,288
1,578
1,000
(12)      $33,580
2,000
500
200
$36,280
$5,952
4,284
3,372
$13,608
$37,404
2,298
1,800
1,000
$42,502
8,000
3,000
800
500
$54,802
$4,644
3,708
7,020
5,892
2,076
4,374
3,288
1,578
1,000
$33,580
2,000
500
200
$36,280
$5,952
4,284
3,372
$13,608
Vote 251
Municipal Branch—Continued
$37,608
4,776
1,200
Brought forward	
Salaries—Continued
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1a 	
Temporary assistance 	
(11)  $43,584
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office    expense    (including    "Collection
Agents' Licensing Act")	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
030    Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 251	
Vote 252
6,000
5,000
400
1,200
Administration of the Estates of the Insane
Salaries:
Supervisor, Insane Estates Branch	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Stenographers—Grade Ia
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance 	
$4,644
3,780
7,152
6,120
2,160
6,708
1,578
1,668
1,200
(12)  $35,010
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling and incidental expense
004    Office furniture and equipment	
2,000
500
415
Total of Vote 252
Vote 253
Salaries:
Director 	
Assistant Director	
Senior Draughtsman
Junior Draughtsman
Regional Planning Division
General
$6,192
4,428
3,438
1,668
Carried forward..
$750
56,184
37,925
$15,726 $94,859 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 165
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
$13,608
2,520
228
$16,356
11,412
7,444
1,080
3,372
(13)  $39,664
1,200
6,500
100
1,560
1,000
$50,024
$50,024
$8,000
$19,300
$4,526
$149,856
$165,682
$7,500
3,780
1,980
600
(3)  $13,860
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$13,608
2,520
228
516,356
11,412
7,444
1,080
3,372
$39,664
1,200
6,500
100
1,560
1,000
$7,500
3,780
1,980
600
$13,860
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
Vote 253
Regional Planning Division—Continued
Salaries—Continued
General—Continued
Brought forward  $ 15,726
Clerk-Stenographer	
Temporary assistance
Regulated Areas
2,520
150
Three Inspectors (full time)
Five Inspectors (part time) .
Stenographer (part time) 	
Inspectors in regulated areas to be established
during 1954-55 	
$18,396
11,844
10,332
1,080
7,101
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
013 Printing and publications 	
014 Rentals 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
(14)  $48,753
1,200
6,500
100
2,082
1,000
Total of Vote 253 .
Vote 254
Code No.
019    Grants and Subsidies
Vote 255
$94,859
59,635
24,300
8,000
Code No.
020    Revision of Municipal Legislation	
     Reimbursement of 1953 Taxes re Extension or Incorporation of Municipalities and Village Municipalities...
Total, Department of Municipal Affairs       $186,794
DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Vote 256
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Provincial Secretary   $7,500
Secretary  3,780
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,118
Temporary assistance   5,400
Carried forward                      (3) $18,798 AA 166
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mar
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
:h 31, 1955
$13,860
750
2,000
500
Vote 256
$18,798
750
2,000
500
$13,860
750
2,000
500
Minister's Office—Continued
Brought forward	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense ...
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment _     	
$17,110
$17,110
Total of Vote 256                  	
$22,048
Vote 257
$9,360
$9,360
$9,360
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary and Superannuation
Assistant   Deputy   Provincial   Secretary   and
Deputy Superannuation Commissioner (paid
as Deputy Superannuation Commissioner)....
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1  ....   .
7,488
3,252
7,488
3,252
7,284
3,252
2,478
2,340
1,980
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1         ... .. .
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 _                .    	
2,256
2,076
1,620
1,578
1,488
1,500
2,256
2,076
1,620
1,578
1,488
1,500
Stenographer—Grade 1 .               ...         	
Junior Clerk                        	
1,668
1,716
2,676
Clerk-Typist            ....             	
Temporary assistance	
(9)      $30,618
2,500
1,350
6,100
1,500
$30,618
4,000
1,350
6,100
1,500
(9)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense                . 	
$32,754
4,000
1,350
002    Travelling expense .          ....
     Accounting service       	
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
1,500
$42,068
$43,568
Total of Vote 257 	
39,604
Vote 258
$250,000
105,000
$290,000
Code No.
019 (a) Grants to Homes for Elderly Citizens
020 (b) Grants to Children's Homes 	
$200,000
Total of Vote 258	
355,000
021    Construction   in   respect   of   Provincial
Mental Hospitals, TB. Hospitals, etc.
Less Federal health grant .   . .. 	
$938,900
938,890
$938,900
938,890
$10
$10
Total of Vote 	
Carried forward	
$416,652
J PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
A A 167
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
(3)
(7)
$9,060
6,432
5,952
5,184
8,496
6,504
2,868
6,304
2,616
5,040
16,278
3,288
1,500
$79,522
5,184
2,616
2,076
$89,398
(27)  $89,398
7,000
2,500
8,000
9,960
500
3,200
500
500
970
$122,528
$5,000
$9,060
6,432
5,952
5,184
8,496
6,504
2,868
6,304
2,616
5,040
16,278
3,288
1,500
$79,522
5,184
2,616
2,076
$89,398
$89,398
$122,528
$10,289
Brought forward.	
Vote 259
Civil Service Commission
Salaries:
Headquarters
Chairman, Civil Service Commission 	
Chief Personnel Officer 	
Classification Officer 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Two Personnel Officers—Grade 1 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Temporary assistance 	
$9,060
6,672
6,192
5,184
9,156
9,756
3,000
5,346
2,616
4,326
14,220
3,024
1,500
$80,052
Vancouver Office
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
5,376
2,796
2,028
$90,252
Provincial Mental Health Services
Personnel Officer—Grade 2   4,644
7,000
001
2,500
002
8,000
017
9,960
014
500
018
3,200
020
500
008
500
030
970
004
Expenses:
Code No.
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Examinations and advertising
Rentals  	
Employee-training 	
(27)  $94,896
6,500
2,500
7,000
10,693
150
Reports, Bureau of Economic and Statistics
Medical examinations 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Office furniture and equipment	
500
400
400
Total of Vote 259
Vote 260
Code No.
019    Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 76 of
" Civil Service Act "	
Carried forward	
$416,652
123,039
12,000
$551,691 AA 168
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
Vlarch 31,1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31, 1955
Brought forward	
$551,691
Vote 261
yn    Act,"
Pensions
C. Power
Superannuation Branch
(Administration    of    " Civil    Service   Superannuate
" Municipal   Superannuation   Act,"   " Teachers'
Act," P.G.E. Railway Co. Pensions Fund, and B.
Commission Superannuation Fund.)
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner (paid as Deputy
Provincial Secretary) 	
$7,584
$5,088
4,644
16,704
3,252
11,232
2,616
2,118
23,988
3,378
4,692
5,000
$7,584
5,088
4,644
16,704
3,252
11,232
2,616
2,118
23,988
3,378
4,692
5,000
Deputy  Superannuation  Commissioner  and
Assistant Deputy Provincial Secretary
$7,872
5,184
4,800
17,220
3,120
10,758
2,616
2,208
19,500
3,246
9,564
6,000
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Accountant	
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2    	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Four Clerks—Grade 2    	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2                          _
(11)
Nine Clerks—Grade 1                   ._
(3)
Two Junior Clerks	
Six Clerk-Typists 	
Temporary assistance 	
(31)
$90,296
3,500
1,000
1,500
10,000
1,590
1,500
$90,296
3,500
1,000
1,500
10,000
1,590
1,500
(32)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense                        	
$92,088
3,500
1,000
4,500
10,000
2,000
1,500
002   Travelling expense 	
013    Printing and publications _ _      	
014    Rentals 	
004    Office furniture and equipment   _ 	
020    Actuary's fees 	
$109,386
109,376
$109,386
109,376
Less recoverable in respect of Civil Service   Superannuation   Fund,   Retirement Fund, Municipal Superannuation
Fund, Teachers' Pensions Fund, B.C.
Power  Commission  Superannuation
Fund, and P.G.E. Railway Co. Pensions Fund 	
$114,588
114,578
$10
$10
Total of Vote 261	
10
Vote 262
;r Orders
853/45,
$53,500
$53,500
Grants
Code No.
019    Retiring allowances (including payments und<
in Council No. 572/44, No. 574/44, No.
and No. 974/47) 	
Carried forward	
48,000
$599,701 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 169
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$1,370,000
400,000
$1,770,000
$80,000
(4)
(3)
$6,672
5,172
4,725
4,500
4,068
6,696
12,876
2,868
8,112
4,236
3,504
1,536
8,808
412,000
(114) $485,773
12,500
1,500
520,000
15,000
40,000
$1,074,773
1,074,763
$10
.1,460,000
400,000
.1,860,000
$80,000
$6,672
5,172
4,725
4,500
4,068
6,696
12,876
2,868
8,112
4,236
3,504
1,536
8,808
412,000
$485,773
12,500
1,500
520,000
15,000
40,000
$1,074,773
1,074,763
$10
Brought forward..
Vote 263
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "
Code No.
020 Government contributions to Superannuation Fund      $1,490,000
020    Government contributions to Retirement
Fund   410,000
Total of Vote 263
Vote 264
" Teachers' Pensions Act "
Code No.
020    Allowance under sec. 4	
Vote 265
Queen's Printer
Salaries:
Queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Estimator	
Chief Clerk (Stationery) 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Machinist 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance 	
Sundry employees	
$6,672
5,184
4,644
4,212
6,756
16,008
2,868
5,496
4,416
3,504
1,560
5,532
420,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
020
021
022
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Printing-paper, stationery, etc. _
Maintenance and repairs	
New machinery and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies	
(114)  $486,852
6,000
1,500
500,000
12,500
30,000
500
$1,037,352
Less   chargeable   to   Queen's   Printer
Operating Account       1,037,342
Total of Vote 265
$599,701
1,900,000
75,000
10
Carried forward..
$2,574,711 AA 170
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
SERVICE                               Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
1 Year Ending
rch 31,1953
$5,940
3,828
2,616
250
$2,574,711
Vote 266
$5,940
3,828
2,616
Government House
Salaries:
Secretary             $6,192
Assistant Secretary              3,924
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2                      2,658
Temporary assistance                  300
(3)      $12,384
2,862
200
$12,634
2,862
200
(3)  $13,074
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense             4,000
002 Travelling expense                  200
$15,446
$15,696
Total of Vote 266
17,274
Vote 267
$520,000
$520,000
Code No.
020    Assessment on Class 13 (The Crown), "Workmen's
Compensation Act"    ....      	
300,000
Vote 268
$250
$250
Code No.
021    Civil Service Schedule Bond
250
Vote 269
$31,000
$31,000
Code No.
030   Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments, Grants, etc.
In Aid of Resident Physicians, Medical
Aid, etc.                  .         ...     	
30,000
$27,000
2,000
See Vote 158.
Less recoverable from Federal Government             	
$25,000
Total of Vote ..._                ...
Vote 270
$10,000
$10,000
Code No.
023    To Provide Assistance to B.C. Government Employees'
Medical Services  	
10,000
Vote 271
$108,262
$100,262
Code No.
019    Grants to Charitable and Other Associations ....      	
230,000
Vote 272
Code No.
019    Grant to City of Victoria ...
50,000
Carried forward    .   	
$3,212,235 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 171
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
$4,644
3,444
4,596
1,758
(5)      $14,442
950
900
225
$16,517
$5,280
3,060
3,576
2,028
1,620
128,952
2,000
(55)    $146,516
800
750
1,450
8,500
200
4,100
125,000
8,500
2,500
700
50,000
3,000
3,500
20,000
$4,644
3,444
4,596
1,758
$14,442
950
900
225
$16,517
$5,280
3,060
3,576
2,028
1,620
128,952
8,000
$152,516
800
750
1,450
8,500
200
4,100
125,000
8,500
2,500
700
50,000
3,000
3,500
20,000
Brought forward..
$3,212,235
Vote 273
Collections Office
Salaries:
Chief Clerk 	
Senior Clerk—Grade '.
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade
Junior Clerk	
$3,780
2,478
2,436
1,848
(4)  $10,542
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 273	
Vote 274
Farms
(a)  Colony Farm (Code 27401)
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent        $5,472
Assistant Superintendent       	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Sundry employees 	
Casual and seasonal farm labour
3,576
2,118
1,716
143,568
2,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
020
Office expense	
Travelling expense
Maintenance  of  buildings  and
grounds  	
006 Light, heat, power, and water ..
004 Office furniture and equipment
016    Equipment and machinery 	
021 Feed for stock	
022 Fertilizer and seed 	
023 Repairs to farm implements 	
024 Blacksmith supplies 	
025 Cannery supplies 	
026 Farm drainage 	
027 Clearing new land 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies.—
(60)  $158,450
800
750
1,450
8,500
200
5,950
115,000
9,000
3,000
700
60,000
3,000
5,000
20,000
950
720
12,212
$375,516
$381,516
Carried forward  $391,800
$3,224,447 AA 172
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                   Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$381,516
381,496
Vote 274
$375,516
375,506
Farms—Continued
(a) Colony Farm—Continued
Brought forward  $391,800                            $3,224,447
Less—•
Estimated
receipts              $481,790
Transferred to
Provincial
Mental
Hospitals               90,000
391 790
$20
$10
Total, Colony Farm                  $10
$3,192
3,060
3,000
2,796
5,400
2,436
1,200
$3,192
3,060
3,000
2,796
5,400
2,436
1,200
(b)  Colquitz Farm (Code 27402)
Salaries:
Farm Foreman               $3,372
Assistant Farm Foreman       ...           3,060
Poultryman and Butcher       . . .        3,000
Driver          2,796
Two Dairymen          5,400
Caretaker, Metchosin Farm            2,436
Casual and seasonal farm labour         1,200
(7)      $21,084
200
150
1,350
1,500
20,000
$21,084
200
150
1,350
1,500
20,000
(7)  $21,264
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense            100
002 Travelling expense            150
006    Heat, light, power, and water         1,750
020 Maintenance  of buildings  and
grounds         1,500
021 Feed for stock       15,000
031    Feeder stock        3,500
2,500
200
400
7,000
2,500
200
400
7,000
022    Fertilizer and seed                        1,500
023    Repairs to farm equipment                   200
016    Equipment and machinery         7,200
030    Incidentals and contingencies.___        6,500
$54,384
700
53,674
$54,384
700
53,674
$58,664
Less—■
Deductions for rent     $700
Estimated  receipts  57,954
58 65 .
$10
$10
Total, Colquitz Farm                   10
Carried forward                 $20    $3,224,447 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 173
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1935
$3,576
2,520
85,896
15,784
Vote 274
Farms—Continued
Brought forward                 $20    $3,224,447
$3,576
2,520
85,896
15,784
(c)  Tranquille Farm (Code 27403)
Salaries:
Farm Foreman                    $3,780
Clerk-Stenographer         2,520
Sundry employees       86,244
Casual and seasonal farm labour       15,786
(41)    $107,776
200
$107,776
200
700
500
500
9,500
150
5,550
12,350
41,000
2,500
13,000
1,200
10,000
(41)  $108,330
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense            200
700
500
500
9,500
150
5,550
12,350
41,000
002    Travelling expense            450
020 Maintenance  of  buildings  and
grounds             500
006    Heat, light, power, and water....           850
023    Maintenance and operation of
equipment          7,000
004    Office furniture and equipment           150
016    Equipment and machinery         3,950
010    Provisions         12,350
021 Feed for stock                            38,000
2,500
022    Fertilizer and seed          3,000
13,000
1,200
10,000
025    Cannery   supplies   and   hourly
labour                        13,000
026    Drugs and veterinary         1,200
030    Incidentals and contingencies ...      10,000
$204,926
7,000
2,280
$204,926
7,000
2,280
195,636
$198,980
Less—
Deductions for
board  ......    $7,000
Deductions for
rent              2,160
195,636
Estimated receipts 189,810
lop, 070
$10
$10
Total, Tranquille Farm                   10
$30
$40
Total of Vote 274                       30
$9,960
8,760
Provincial Mental Health Services
Vote 275
$9,960
Headquarters
Salaries:
Director of Mental Health Services                     $9,960
8,760
Deputy Director of Mental Health Services                     8,760
$18,720
$18,720
Carried forward          $18,720    $3,224,477 AA 174
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(4)
(2)
(3)
$18,720
7,152
4,644
7,848
3,504
12,120
3,252
2,796
5,178
2,616
12,624
1,620
3,336
4,776
1,200
(28)      $91,386
3,700
1,200
1,000
2,500
200
$99,986
$8,520
8,016
7,992
3,000
9,378
5,814
3,186
2,904
$18,720
7,152
4,644
7,848
3,504
12,120
3,252
2,796
5,178
2,616
12,624
1,620
3,336
4,776
1,200
$91,386
3,700
1,200
1,000
2,500
200
$99,986
$8,520
8,016
7,992
3,000
9,378
5,814
3,186
2,904
Vote 275
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Brought forward  $18,720    $3,224,477
Salaries—Continued
Business Manager	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 (Personnel)
Chief Clerk 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Branch Secretary 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Three Junior Clerks	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Temporary assistance 	
7,152
5,184
4,356
4,644
8,136
3,570
12,432
3,252
2,868
5,364
2,616
1,980
12,348
1,716
4,914
3,204
1,200
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
004
031
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Service, Division of Vital Statistics
Incidentals and contingencies	
(31)  $103,656
3,700
1,200
1,200
200
Total of Vote 275
Vote 276
$48,810
$48,810
Preventive Services (Including Child
Guidance Clinics)
(a)  Vancouver Clinic (Code 27601)
Salaries:
Director of Clinic  $8,520
Specialist in Psychiatry  8,280
Psychologist—Grade 4  4,500
Two Psychologists  8,280
Speech Therapist—Grade 1   2,934
Three Clinic Assistants  9,318
Three Psychological Interns  5,448
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2  3,312
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1   3,000
Carried forward     $53,592
109,956
$3,334,433 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 175
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1953
(1)
$48,810
2,796
2,298
2,028
5,190
2,616
7,032
3,636
3,000
2,796
2,436
1,668
(26)      $84,306
3,000
7,500
1,720
900
500
2,000
1,800
2,500
$104,226
7,032
$97,194
$97,194
$8,016
$8,016
3,636
3,636
3,312
3,312
3,252
3,252
2,208
2,208
1,536
1,536
(6)      $21,960
$48,810
2,796
2,298
2,028
5,190
2,616
7,032
3,636
3,000
2,796
2,436
1,668
$84,306
3,000
7,500
1,720
900
500
2,000
1,800
2,500
$104,226
7,032
$21,960
Vote 276
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Preventive Services (Including Child
Guidance Clinics)—Continued
(a)  Vancouver Clinic—Continued
Brought forward.     $53,592 $3,334,433
Salaries—Contin ued
Clerk—Grade 2 ...
Senior Stenographer	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 ....
Three Stenographers—Grade 1.
Janitor 	
Travelling Clinic:
Specialist in Psychiatry	
Psychologist 	
Clinic Assistant	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
2,868
2,388
4,104
4,914
2,616
7,584
3,756
3,000
2,796
2,118
1,578
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
006
015
004
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense
Rentals 	
Heat, light, power, and water....
Janitors' supplies 	
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories..
Incidentals and contingencies	
(28)  $91,314
3,500
7,500
1,720
1,200
500
1,650
2,500
$109,884
Less—
Federal health grant
—salaries   $7,584
Recruitment saving    3,000
       10,584
Total, Vancouver Clinic and Travelling Clinic 	
(b)  Vancouver Island Clinic (Code 27602)
Salaries:
Specialist in Psychiatry  $8,280
Psychologist   3,636
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1  3,312
Psychological Clinic Assistant  3,252
Clerk-Stenographer  2,208
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,076
Carried forward (6)  $22,764
$99,300
$99,300    $3,334,433 AA 176
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(1)
(2)
(2)
$21,960
1,000
2,500
520
800
$26,780
$123,974
$8,520
8,280
8,280
8,016
8,016
7,728
14,448
6,192
5,088
9,750
3,744
4,356
3,186
5,310
6,474
5,760
2,256
3,924
2,832
2,796
5,460
$130,416
$21,960
1,000
2,500
520
800
$26,780
5123,974
$8,520
8,280
8,280
8,016
8,016
7,728
14,448
6,192
5,088
9,750
3,744
4,356
3,186
5,310
6,474
5,760
2,256
3,924
2,832
2,796
5,460
Vote 276
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Preventive Services (Including Child
Guidance Clinics)—Continued
(b) Vancouver Island Clinic—Continued
Brought forward     $22,764 $99,300    $3,334,433
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,000
002 Travelling expense  2,900
004    Office furniture and equipment 1,200
030    Incidentals and contingencies ... 300
Total, Vancouver Island Clinic .
Total of Vote 276 	
28,164
127,464
Vote 277
Provincial Mental Hospitals
(a)
Crease Clinic (Clinic
Medicine) (Code
Salaries:
Specialist (Clinical Director) 	
Specialist (Director of Radiology) 	
Specialist (Director of Neurology) ....
Specialist (Assistant Clinical Director)
Two Specialists in Psychiatry	
Director of Clinical Services (Pathologist) 	
Two Resident Physicians—Grade 2—
Resident Physician—Grade 1 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 ..—
Three Psychological Clinic Assistants
Two Psychological Interns	
Senior Bacteriologist	
Bacteriologist 	
Two Assistant Bacteriologists	
Two Physiotherapists 	
Electroencephalograph Technician—
Grade 2 	
Electroencephalograph Technician—■
Grade 1 	
X-ray Technician—Grade 2 	
Rehabilitation Officer :..
Dietitian 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Four Senior Stenographers	
of Psychological
27701)
$8,520
8,280
8,280
8,016
16,152
7,728
13,584
5,856
11,172
3,600
4,356
3,252
5,496
6,402
3,192
2,796
2,700
3,924
2,832
2,868
10,776
$130,416
Carried forward  $139,782
$3,461,897 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 177
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(ID
(5)
$130,416
5,040
24,978
7,932
2,076
556,718
6,000
(270)    $733,160
7,200
1,300
1,900
25,700
8,400
200,350
31,300
29,000
7,000
6,500
$1,051,810
87,708
16,500
48,000
$899,602
$8,520
8,280
(2) 16,032
(9)
64,896
$97,728
$130,416
5,040
24,978
7,932
2,076
556,718
6,000
$733,160
7,200
1,300
1,900
25,700
8,400
200,350
31,300
29,000
7,000
6,500
$1,051,810
87,708
16,500
48,000
$899,602
$8,520
8,280
16,032
64,896
$97,728
Vote 277
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
(a) Crease Clinic (Clinic of Psychological Medicine)—Continued
Brought forward  $139,782
$3,461,897
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerk-Stenographers
5,040
Seven Stenographers—Grade 2  15,816
Clerk—Grade 1   2,388
Six Stenographers—Grade 1   10,008
Clerk-Typist   1,536
Sundry staff  591,878
Temporary assistance  6,000
(281)  $772,448
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office, stores (017), and general
Office furniture and equipment
Cars and trucking	
004
018
006
011
010
008
023
022
Heat, light, power, and water..
Laundry	
Dietary 	
Medical care 	
Nursing and ward supplies	
Occupational and recreational
therapy 	
030    Incidentals and contingencies .
7,200
1,000
1,900
25,700
8,400
199,770
28,300
36,000
9,750
5,800
$1,096,268
Less—
Federal health
grant—salaries $104,928
Recruitment saving        35,000
Deductions  for
board        47,000
     186,928
Total, Crease Clinic
$909,340
(b) Essondale (Code 27702)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 3 .  $8,520
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2         8,280
Four Specialists in Psychiatry  32,064
Specialist (TB.)          8,016
Ten Resident Physicians—Grade 2 .... 71,428
13
Carried forward  $128,308        $909,340    $3,461,897 1
AA 178
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(9)
(3)
$97,728
53,352
14,304
9,444
3,708
3,996
4,068
4,356
(1)
(2)
(8)
(14)
(1)
(958) $2,577,736
32,000
1,390
22,400
227,500
$2,861,026
$97,728
53,352
14,304
9,444
3,708
3,996
4,068
4,356
3,780
3,780
3,600
3,600
4,500
4,500
4,212
4,212
4,632
4,632
3,780
3,780
4,644
4,644
3,636
3,636
3,372
3,372
3,504
3,504
3,312
3,312
3,120
3,120
3,312
3,312
2,658
2,658
2,700
2,700
5,352
5,352
2,520
2,520
4,692
4,692
18,306
18,306
23,592
23,592
1,440
1,440
,259,116
2,259,116
17,000
17,000
$2,577,736
32,000
1,390
22,400
247,500
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote 277
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
(b) Essondale—Continued
Brought forward  $128,308       $909,340    $3,461,897
Salaries—Continued
Eight Resident Physicians—Grade 1... 47,256
Two Dental Officers—Grade 2  14,304
Psychologist   3,636
Five Psychological Clinic Assistants... 16,062
Librarian—Grade 3  3,504
Chief Psychiatric Nurse (Male)  3,996
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 3— 4,068
Supervisor  of  Trades   Training  and
Occupational Therapy  3,852
Head Supervisor, Occupational Therapy (Female)   3,924
Chaplain  .  3,780
Head, Audio Visual Department  4,644
Supervisor of Recreation  4,212
Chief Pharmacist  4,800
Senior Bacteriologist  3,924
Steward—Grade 2  3,504
Chief Cook  3,636
Chief Dietitian  3,372
Laundry Manager—Grade 2  4,068
Auto Mechanic   3,312
Barber—Grade 2  3,120
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2   3,444
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,748
Two Senior Stenographers  5,358
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,616
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
Three Clerks—Grade 1  7,212
Eleven Stenographers—Grade 2  24,390
Ten Stenographers—Grade 1   16,674
Two Clerk-Typists   3,204
Sundry employees  2,533,249
Temporary assistance   17,000
$2,881,026
(1,044)  $2,892,697
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office, stores  (017), and general   34,000
004    Office furniture and equipment 1,400
018    Cars and trucking  29,750
006    Heat, light, power, and water... 257,000
Carried forward $3,214,847
$909,340    $3,461,897 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY                                                      AA 179
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$2,881,026
7,500
904,800
132,000
294,000
36,950
1,000
2,500
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote 277
$2,861,026
7,500
884,800
132,000
294,000
36,950
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
(b) Essondale—Continued
Brought forward $3,214,847       $909,340    $3,461,897
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
011    Laundry •••■•■          7,500
010    Dietary      913,000
008    Medical care      122,000
023    Nursing and ward supplies             322,500
022    Occupational   and   recreational
therapy       39,100
1,000
024    Administration of " Psychiatric
Nurses Act"      .      .       .              1,000
2,500
019    Grants to trustees of Patients'
Comforts Fund .                             3,000
020    Grant to Department of Neuro-
psychiatric  Research,  U.B.C.        7,500
29,900
29,900
030    Incidentals and contingencies       80,700
$4,249,676
49,410
82,000
12,000
31,000
2,490
$4,289,676
49,410
82,000
12,000
31,000
2,490
$4,711,147
Less—
Federal   health
grant—salaries $147,318
Recruitment saving      122,000
Deductions for
board        14,000
Deductions  for
rent        27,000
Donations,    proceeds from sale
of   patients'
work, etc.                2,990
31? 309
$4,072,776
$4,112,776
Total, Essondale                   4,397,839
$8,280
8,016
8,016
13,584
6,312
$8,280
8,016
8,016
13,584
6,312
3,636
3,780
3,540
(c)   Woodlands School (Code 27703)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2            $8,280
Medical Superintendent—Grade 1               8,016
Specialists in Psychiatry     .         8,016
Two Resident Physicians—Grade 2...      14,064
Dental Officer—Grade 2          6,552
3,636
Senior Bacteriologist          3,636
3,780
Steward	
3,540
Teaching Principal                   3,660
$55,164
$55,164
Carried forward     $52,224    $5,307,179    $3,461,897 AA 180
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(1)
(3)
(3)
$55,164
3,372
3,192
3,192
3,060
3,000
2,970
2,904
2,868
2,832
2,616
2,520
2,436
2,028
6,396
4,824
2,340
1,620
1,211,565
7,000
(517) $1,325,899
7,400
465
1,800
71,100
4,700
333,400
25,100
96,500
4,200
10,100
$1,880,664
50,568
20,000
$1,810,096
$55,164
3,372
3,192
3,192
3,060
3,000
2,970
2,904
2,868
2,832
2,616
2,520
2,436
2,028
6,396
4,824
2,3.40
1,620
1,211,565
7,000
$1,325,899
7,400
465
1,800
71,100
4,700
333,400
25,100
96,500
4,200
10,100
Vote 277
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
(c) Woodlands School—Continued
Brought forward     $52,224    $5,307,179    $3,461,897
il, 880,664
50,568
20,000
Salaries—Continued
Psychologist	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Laundry Manager—Grade 1
Cook—Grade 4 	
Two Physiotherapists 	
Pharmacist	
Psychological Clinic Assistant
X-ray Technician—Grade 2 ...
Gardener—Grade 2 	
Dietitian 	
Assistant Bacteriologist	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Dental Assistant—Grade 1 	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2 .
Two Stenographers—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Sundry staff	
Temporary assistance 	
3,636
3,504
3,192
6,150
3,000
3,000
3,090
3,000
2,616
2,478
2,436
2,118
8,292
3,198
1,536
,292,332
7,000
(559)   $1,402,802
Expenses:
Code No.
001
004
018
006
011
010
008
023
022
Office, stores (017), and general
Office furniture and equipment
Cars and trucking	
Heat, light, power, and water.—
Laundry	
Dietary 	
Medical care 	
Nursing and ward supplies	
Occupational  and  recreational
therapy 	
$1,810,096
030    Incidentals and contingencies.
8,200
925
2,300
77,100
30,000
324,000
25,100
96,500
4,200
8,600
$1,979,727
Less—
Federal   health
grant—salaries.. $72,114
Recruitment saving      50,000
Carried forward—$122,114 $1,979,727   $5,307,179    $3,461,897 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 181
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$1,810,096
23,000
5,400
$1,781,696
$8,016
3,780
1,200
3,780
3,504
3,378
3,120
3,060
3,060
3,000
3,000
2,658
192,739
2,256
(78)    $236,551
$1,810,096
23,000
5,400
$1,781,696
$8,016
3,780
1,200
3,780
3,504
3,378
3,120
3,060
3,060
3,000
3,000
2,658
192,739
2,256
$236,551
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 277
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
(c) Woodlands School—Continued
Brought forward......$122,114 $1,979,727   $5,307,179    $3,461,897
Less—Continued
Deductions for
board      14,000
Deductions for
rent        5,400
     141,514
Total, Woodlands School 	
(d) Colquitz (Code 27704)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 1  $8,016
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 (Deputy Business Manager)   3,780
Visiting Physician   1,200
Chief Psychiatric Nurse (Male)  3,780
Trades  Instructor  and  Maintenance-
man   3,636
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,504
Cook—Grade 3  3,120
Stockman—Grade 4   3,060
Truck-driver and Mechanic  3,060
Hydrotherapist   3,000
Laundryman—Grade 2  3,000
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1  2,700
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,748
Stenographer—Grade 2  1,980
Sundry employees  197,872
Temporary assistance   2,250
2,200
2,200
250
250
1,000
1,000
27,000
27,000
1,500
1,500
1,000
1,000
107,700
107,700
3,710
3,710
28,000
28,000
1,000
1,000
2,700
2,700
$412,611
$412,611
(81) $246,706
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office, stores (017), and general 2,000
004    Office furniture and equipment.. 400
018    Cars and trucking  700
006    Heat, light, power, and water... 29,700
020    Maintenance   2,000
011    Laundry   1,000
010    Dietary  108,500
008    Medical care   4,700
023    Nursing and ward service  34,500
022   Occupational   and   recreational
therapy  1,400
030    Incidentals and contingencies.... 2,400
Carried forward  $434,006
1,838,213
$7,145,392    $3,461,897 AA 182
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$412,611
8,016
5,500
840
Provincial Mental Health Services-
Vote 277
—Continued
$412,611
8,016
5,500
840
Salaries
Speci
Expense
Code No
001
008
030
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
(d) Colquitz—Continued
Brought forward  $434,006    $7,145,392    $3,461,897
Less—
Federal     health
grant—salaries.... $8,016
Deductions    for
board     5,500
Deductions    for
rent        850
1 A  IZC
i-r, -jv,w
$398,255
$398,255
Total, Colquitz 	
(e)   U.B.C. Crease Clinic
(Research Unit)
alist (Director of Research)
419,640
$8,280
1,500
12,700
800
$8,280
1,500
12,700
800
s:
Office, stores (017), and general
Medical supplies         	
Incidentals and contingencies    ....
$23,280
8,280
$23,280
8,280
Less Federal health grant—
salaries                 .
$15,000
$15,000
Total,  U.B.C.   Crease   Clinic   (Research Unit)   ...             	
Less—
Estimated receipts  $850,000
$7,167,329
810,000
80,000
$7,207,329
810,000
80,000
$7,565,032
Transfer of Colony Farm
excess  of  receipts  over
expenditure to be applied
to Provincial Mental Hospitals operating costs             90,000
940,000
Total of Vote 277 	
$6,277,329
$6,317,329
      6,625,032
Carried forward  	
  $10,086,929
J PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 183
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,195J
$518,616
7,032
87,708
49,410
50,568
8,016
8,280
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Brought forward...   $ 10,086,929
Vote 278
$518,616
7,032
87,708
49,410
Code No.
020    Mental Health Care (Federal Programme)       $519,000
Less allocated to—
Travelling Clinic (Vote 276 (a))    $7,584
Crease Clinic (Vote 277 (a)).        104,928
Essondale (Vote 277 (b))   147,318
50,568
8,016
Woodlands School (Vote 277 (c))    72,114
Colquitz (Vote 277 (d))....                 8,016
8,280
U.B.C.   Crease   Clinic   (Research
Unit) .       	
$211,014
$211,014
339,960
$307,602
307,592
$307,602
307,592
$179,040
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)             179,030
$10
$10
Total of Vote 278                                           10
$8,280
5,856
2,832
2,748
1,980
1,620
432,376
4,000
Vote 279
$8,280
5,856
2,832
Homes for the Aged
(a) Port Coquitlam (Code 27901)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2            $8,280
Resident Physician—Grade 1          5,856
Dietitian                                                          2,832
2,748
1,980
Occupational Therapist—Grade  1  ....         2,748
1,620
393,376
4,000
Stenographer—Grade 1           1,716
Sundry employees     459,754
Temporary assistance  ...        4,000
$420,692
(161)
1,600
200
1,230
43,900
8,400
158,400
10,400
34,900
4,100
$459,692
(188)
1,600
200
1,230
43,900
8,400
158,400
10,400
34,900
4,100
$487,214
(192)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office, stores (017), and general        1,700
004    Office furniture and equipment           200
018    Cars and trucking                 1,250
006    Heat, light, power, and water....     43,900
011    Laundry           8,400
010   Dietary        174,000
008    Medical care                    11,400
023    Nursing and ward supplies              47,700
030    Incidentals and contingencies....        4,100
$683,822
$722,822
Carried forward  $779,864                        $10,086,939 A A 184
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                    Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$722,822
3,500
8,500
3,000
Vote 279
$683,822
3,500
8,500
3,000
Homes for the Aged—Continued
(a) Port Coquitlam—Continued
Brought forward.....  $779,864                        $10,086,939
Less—
Recruitment   saving    $15,000
Deductions for
board        8,500
Deductions for
rent        3,000
^6 500
$668,822
$707,822
Total, Port Coquitlam      .       $753,364
$8,016
3,444
2,640
3,090
3,060
2,616
1,620
156,528
3,000
$8,016
3,444
2,640
3,090
3,060
2,616
1,620
156,528
3,000
(b)   Vernon (Code 27902)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 1             $8,016
Chief Psychiatric Nurse (Male) ___.-—        3,504
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 1...        3,636
Stockman—Grade 5 (Steward)                    3,156
Physio-Occupational Therapist                3,060
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 .—        2,616
Stenographer—Grade 1          1,716
Sundry employees                             .        166,268
Temporary assistance               ...         3,000
(73)    $184,014
2,000
100
15,800
32,000
78,900
15,900
27,300
700
$184,014
2,000
100
15,800
32,000
78,900
15,900
27,300
700
6,300
(77)  $194,972
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office, stores (017), and general        2,400
004    Office furniture and equipment           100
006    Heat, light, power, and water....      16,800
011    Laundry        16,800
010    Dietary        79,300
008    Medical care       15,900
023    Nursing and ward supplies       26,300
022    Occupational therapy ....       .....           700
6,300
030    Incidentals and contingencies....        6,300
$363,014
3,200
1,400
$363,014
3,200
1,400
$359,572
Less—
Deductions    for
board   $3,600
Deductions    for
rent      1,500
5 100
$358,414
$358,414
Total, Vernon           354,472
Carried forward       ....    $1,107,836 $10,086,939 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
AA 185
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$3,816
3,342
3,000
2,940
2,832
2,478
152,748
2,000
11,340
(63) $184,496
2,650
200
1,600
27,200
3,000
87,700
8,500
26,200
9,000
$350,546
3,000
5,500
4,800
$337,246
$1,364,482
350,000
$1,014,482
$150,000
$3,816
3,342
3,000
2,940
2,832
2,478
152,748
2,000
11,340
$184,496
2,650
200
1,600
27,200
3,000
87,700
8,500
26,200
9,000
$350,546
3,000
5,500
4,800
$337,246
51,403,482
350,000
$1,053,482
$150,000
Vote 279
Homes for the Aged—Continued
Brought forward     $1,107,836 $10,086,939
(c)  Terrace (Code 27903)
Salaries:
Supervisor   $3,888
Assistant Supervisor   3,540
Laundryman—Grade 2  3,000
Stockman—Grade 5   3,030
Staff Nurse—Grade 1   2,904
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Sundry employees  154,954
Temporary assistance  2,000
Special living allowance  11,340
(63) $187,176
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office, stores (017), and general 2,650
004    Office furniture and equipment 200
018    Cars and trucking  1,600
006    Heat, light, power, and water ... 27,200
011    Laundry   3,000
010    Dietary   88,000
008    Medical care   8,500
023    Nursing and ward supplies  26,200
030    Incidentals and contingencies .... 9,000
$353,526
Less—
Recruitment saving $15,000
Deductions for
board        5,500
Deductions for
rent        4,800
Total, Terrace
Less estimated receipts
25,300
328,226
$1,436,062
410,000
Total of Vote 279        1,026,062
Civil Defence
Vote 280
Code No.
020    General Administration and Training
150,000
Carried forward  $11,263,001 AA 186
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$20,000
10,000
$10,000
$265,232
132,616
$132,616
$90,000
30,000
$60,000
$4,200
(10)  $43,828
$20,000
10,000
$10,000
$265,232
132,616
$132,616
$90,000
30,000
$60,000
$4,200
$6,432
$6,432
3,512
3,512
2,436
2,436
4,068
4,068
3,576
3,576
5,184
5,184
3,780
3,780
2,868
2,868
2,436
2,436
1,536
1,536
8,000
8,000
Civil Defence—Continued
Brought forward  $11,263,001
Vote 281
Code No.
021    Compensation for Injuries, Civil Defence
Workers          $10,000
Less Federal Civil Defence Grant  5,000
Total of Vote 281   5,000
Vote 282
Code No.
022    Civil Defence Matching Funds Programme
Less Federal Civil Defence Grant	
Total of Vote 282	
$265,232
132,616
Vote 283
Code No.
023    Standardization of Hose-couplings (Including Industrial Plants)   $90,000
Less Federal Civil Defence Grant  30,000
Total of Vote 283	
Vote 284
"An Act to provide for the Payment of an Allowance to Frederick Arthur Pauline "	
132,616
60,000
4,200
$43,828
Vote 285
" Provincial Elections Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948,
Chap. 106, Sec. 194)
Salaries:
Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar-General of
Voters   $6,432
Senior Clerk—Grade 2, Headquarters  3,780
Stenographer—Grade 2, Headquarters   2,436
Registrar of Voters, Victoria .  4,212
Deputy Registrar of Voters, Victoria  3,576
Registrar of Voters and Deputy Registrar-General of Voters, Vancouver      	
Registrar of Voters, Vancouver  4,212
Deputy Registrar of Voters, Vancouver  3,192
Senior Clerk-Stenographer, Vancouver      	
Clerk, New Westminster  1,578
Clerk-Typist, New Westminster  	
Temporary assistance   14,410
Carried forward (8)  $43,828 $11,464,817 PUBLIC UTILITIES
AA 187
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$43,828
4,000
500
9,735
$43,828
4,000
500
9,735
629,000
$58,063
$687,063
$1,000
$2,000
$57,000
18,000
$57,000
18,000
$75,000
$75,000
$28,000
$40,000
$11,043,401
$11,934,450
$10,816
16,632
8,520
6,552
6,192
6,672
5,184
3,780
2,760
2,748
2,748
1,536
500
510,816
16,632
8,520
6,552
6,192
6,672
5,184
3,780
2,760
2,748
2,748
1,536
500
(13)      $74,640
$74,640
Vote 285
" Provincial Elections Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948,
Chap. 106, Sec. 194)—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
014    Rentals	
     Election expense	
$43,828 $11,464,817
20,000
500
10,455
Total of Vote 285
Vote 286
" Public Inquiries Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 162)
Vote 287
74,783
1,000
Statutory Requirements Pursuant to
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "
Code No.
026 Sections 8 (1) and (3), 19 (2), 29 (2),
and Schedule B  $50,000
027 Schedule C   17,000
Total of Vote 287
Vote 288
Code No.
028    Retiring Allowance—" Civil Service Act," sec. 69, and
other Government employees	
67,000
55,000
Total, Department of Provincial Secretary  $11,662,600
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Vote 289
" Public Utilities Act '
Salaries:
Chairman 	
Two Commissioners 	
Chief Engineer 	
Utilities Investigations Auditor	
Assistant Chief Engineer	
Secretary 	
Public Utilities Investigator 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Senior Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance 	
Carried forward..
$10,816
16,632
8,520
6,792
6,432
5,760
3,924
2,832
2,760
2,832
1,620
500
(12) $69,420 AA 188
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(5)
(6)
(3)
(2)
(2)
(8)
(7)
(5)
$74,640
2,400
8,000
7,170
1,000
250
500
$93,960
$6,672
5,952
5,184
4,356
4,644
3,708
4,212
22,068
22,824
9,936
6,954
5,760
8,112
18,672
3,060
2,616
16,926
16,332
1,668
1,578
8,160
720
2,500
(59)    $182,614
19,700
22,000
$224,314
$74,640
2,400
8,000
7,170
1,000
250
500
$93,960
$6,672
5,952
5,184
4,356
4,644
3,708
4,212
22,068
22,824
9,936
6,954
5,760
8,112
18,672
3,060
2,616
16,926
16,332
1,668
1,578
8,160
720
2,500
Vote 289
" Public Utilities Act "—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office
002
014
020
004
030
expense 	
Travelling expense
Rentals  	
Hearings
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies ..
Total of Vote 289
Vote 290
" Motor Carrier Act "
Salaries:
Superintendent of Motor Carrier Branch	
Deputy Superintendent of Motor Carrier Branch
Assistant   Superintendent   of   Motor    Carrier
Branch  	
Motor Carrier Rates Examiner 	
Chief Clerk 	
Research Assistant—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
$182,614
19,700
22,000
$224,314
Six Inspectors of Motor Carriers—Grade 3 ..
Five Inspectors of Motor Carriers—Grade 2
Two Inspecotrs of Motor Carriers—Grade 1
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Nine Clerks—Grade 1	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Six Clerk-Stenographers 	
Seven Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 1a	
Two Junior Clerks	
Junior Clerk—Grade A 	
Four Clerk-Typists 	
Special living allowance 	
Temporary assistance 	
$69,420
3,000
8,000
6,670
500'
250
500
$6,672
6,192
5,376
3,996
4,644
3,636
4,212
26,280
19,116
6,498
10,338
2,748
8,358
17,628
3,060
2,616
16,974
15,372
1,578
3,246
6,444
720
2,500
(58) $178,204
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   19,350
002 Travelling expense  25,000
Carried forward  $222,554
$88,340
$88,340 PUBLIC WORKS
AA 189
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fiscal
Mar
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
ch 31,1955
$224,314
5,500
1,000
13,200
595
3,600
700
Vote 290
ed
$222,554
5,600
1,000
11,900
560
1,200
1,000
$224,314
" Motor Carrier Act "—Continu
Brought forward	
$88,340
5,500
1,000
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
014    Rentals                 	
020    Hearings 	
13,200
595
021    Licence-plates
004    Office furniture and equipment	
3,600
700
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030    Incidentals and contingencies 	
$248,909
$248,909
Total of Vote 290	
243,814
Total, Public Utilities Commission 	
$342,869
$342,869
$332,154
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WO
Vote 291
$7,500
3,780
2,616
RKS
$7,500
3,780
2,616
$7,500
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works	
3,780
2,616
Secretary 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
(3)      $13,896
750
$13,896
1,000
6,000
(3)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   __   ...
$13,896
750
5,000
4,000
002    Travelling expense	
$18,646
$20,896
Total of Vote 291 	
$19,646
Vote 292
$9,360
7,440
9,960
2,400
7,728
1,200
7,152
5,952
4,992
6,120
4,776
$9,360
7,440
9,960
2,400
7,440
1,200
6,912
5,952
4,800
6,120
5,232
2,160
$9,360
General Administration
Salaries:
Headquarters
Executive:
Deputy Minister of Public Works	
7,440
9,960
Assistant Deputy Minister of Public Works ____
(Chief Engineer 	
2,400
(Chairman of the Highway Board	
7,440
(Assistant Chief Engineer      .
1,200
| Member of the Highway Board	
6,912
Road-maintenance Engineer	
5,952
Aircraft Pilot 	
4,800
Aircraft Mechanic—Grade 2 ...
6,120
5,232
2,160
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2
2,298
$68,976
$68,976
Carried forward	
$69,378
$19,646 AA 190
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$68,976
5,568
5,568
2,616
2,616
4,356
4,356
12,060
12,060
7,206
7,206
4,068
4,068
3,570
3,570
12,948
12,948
11,352
11,352
10,980
10,980
(1)
2,208
2,208
(7)
15,234
15,234
(3)
6,588
6,588
(2)
3,288
3,288
3,426
3,426
(9)
14,928
14,928
3,780
3,780
3,576
3,576
5,616
5,616
1,716
1,716
1,620
1,620
7,584
7,584
6,552
6,552
12,384
12,384
(4)
23,280
23,280
5,760
5,760
5,376
5,376
4,644
4,644
(1)
4,140
4,140
7,704
7,704
3,780
3,780
3,000
3,000
3,120
3,120
4,368
4,368
1,716
1,716
$299,088
$68,976
$299,088
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Brought forward	
Accounting Branch:
Departmental Comptroller 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 ..
Chief Clerk	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Insurance and Safety Officer	
Personnel Assistant 	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers	
Eight Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1a 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Six Junior Clerks	
General Office:
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1a 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Architect's Branch:
Chief Architect 	
Assistant Chief Architect	
Two Architects—Grade 3 	
Two Architects—Grade 2	
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 3
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 2
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 1
Designing and Structural Engineer—Grade 1
Architectural Structural Engineer—Grade 3...
Architectural Structural Engineer—Grade 1_
Two Technical Draughtsmen 	
Two Senior Draughtsmen :	
Engineer-in-training	
Assistant Architect—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A	
$69,378
5,376
2,616
4,572
12,492
7,416
4,356
3,708
13,266
11,016
10,566
4,776
16,620
8,340
3,336
10,500
3,996
3,576
5,700
1,800
1,668
7,872
6,792
12,744
12,568
5,952
5,568
4,644
6,432
4,800
7,716
7,440
3,504
3,252
4,554
1,800
$19,646
Carried forward .
$300,712 $19,646 PUBLIC WORKS
AA 191
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(3)
(3)
(1)
$299,088
6,912
6,192
5,952
5,088
15,072
12,564
11,340
10,782
3,372
2,520
1,980
2,028
1,896
4,800
4,212
3,252
2,868
2,616
2,436
2,076
6,912
6,192
5,952
3,504
3,504
5,094
4,554
1,578
7,152
4,212
3,636
3,126
3,120
2,436
1,620
$469,638
$299,088
6,912
6,192
5,952
5,088
15,072
12,564
11,340
10,782
3,372
2,520
1,980
2,028
1,896
4,800
4,212
3,252
2,868
2,616
2,436
2,076
6,912
6,192
5,952
3,504
3,504
5,094
4,554
1,578
7,152
4,212
3,636
3,126
3,120
2,436
1,620
$469,638
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Brought forward-
Bridge Engineering Branch:
Bridge Engineer	
Assistant Bridge Engineer	
Chief Designing Engineer	
Bridge Inspector	
Six   Designing   and   Structural   Engineers •
Grade 1 : '.	
Four Technical Draughtsmen	
Three Engineers-in-training 	
Two Senior Draughtsmen	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Equipment Branch:
Ferry Superintendent	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Construction Branch:
Construction Engineer 	
Assistant Construction Engineer
Project Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 ....
Clerk-Typist 	
Location Branch:
Location Engineer	
Plans Analyst	
Technical Draughtsman 	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Blue-printer's Assistant—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Carried forward..
$300,712
7,152
6,432
6,192
5,280
29,814
16,704
7,344
6,372
2,118
2,208
2,028
4,992
3,924
3,378
2,868
2,436
2,076
2,076
7,152
6,432
5,952
3,372
3,504
5,052
4,644
1,488
7,440
4,356
3,924
3,252
2,520
2,028
1,536
$476,758
$19,646
$19,646 AA 192
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$469,638
6,192
11,508
4,356
3,444
2,748
4,416
2,076
1,620
7,152
5,952
3,438
2,520
1,980
1,668
4,500
5,376
4,644
2,568
1,578
18,000
6,192
4,068
2,028
4,992
3,252
2,436
2,388
6,192
5,184
$469,638
6,192
11,508
4,356
3,444
2,748
4,416
2,076
1,620
7,152
5,952
3,438
2,520
1,980
1,668
4,500
5,376
4,644
2,568
1,578
18,000
6,192
4,068
2,028
4,992
3,252
2,436
2,388
6,192
5,184
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Brought forward	
Right-of-way Branch:
Right-of-way and Claims Agent 	
$602,106
$602,106
Three Assistant Inspectors, Right-of-way and
Claims   	
Office Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist 	
lunior Clerk	
Surfacing Engineer:
Paving Engineer ..
Assistant Paving Engineer
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade  1
Stenographer—Grade 2
Testing Branch:
Materials Engineer 	
Traffic Engineer:
Traffic  Engineer  	
Resident Engineer—Grade 1
Resident Engineer—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance
District Offices
Engineering District No. 1:
Divisional Engineer	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 ..
Cariboo North (Quesnel):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Cariboo South (Williams Lake):
Divisional Engineer 	
District Engineer 	
$476,758 $19,646
6,192
11,640
3,576
2,832
4,512
2,076
1,716'
7,440
6,192
3,570
2,700
1,980
2,028
5,376
6,192
3,924
2,658
1,668
18,000
6,432
4,068
2,118
5,184
3,378
2,436
2,028
6,432
5,376
Carried forward..
$608,482 $19,646 PUBLIC WORKS
AA 193
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$602,106
3,372
2,118
2,616
1,488
4,992
3,060
$602,106
3,372
2,118
2,616
1,488
4,992
3,060
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
2,520
2,520
1,440
1,440
5,568
5,568
3,576
3,576
2,868
2,868
1,800
1,800
2,076
2,076
5,376
5,376
3,576
3,576
2,160
2,160
1,620
1,620
5,184
5,184
3,576
3,576
1,620
1,620
2,436
2,436
4,644
4,644
2,940
2,940
2,520
2,520
1,620
1,620
6,192
6,192
4,644
4,644
3,780
3,780
2,520
2,520
1,980
1,980
2,436
2,436
$698,424
$698,424
District Offices—Continued
Brought forward-
Cariboo South (Williams Lake)—Continued
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee)  	
Clerk-Typist 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Columbia (Golden):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Clerk-Typist 	
Comox (Courtenay):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Cranbrook (Cranbrook):
Divisional Engineer	
District Engineer 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Esquimalt (Burnside):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Fernie (Fernie):
District Superintendent 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Fort George (Prince George):
Divisional Engineer	
District Engineer 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 ..
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee)
Clerk—Grade 1 	
$608,482
3,504
2,208
2,436
2,028
5,184
3,192
2,520
1,620
5,376
3,576
1,896
2,160
5,760
3,780
2,256
1,716
4,644
3,444
2,616
1,716
4,800
3,060
2,616
1,896
6,432
4,644
3,780
2,028
2,868
2,076
$19,646
Carried forward..
14
$704,314 $19,646 AA 194
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                 Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(2)
(2)
$698,424
4,800
2,940
2,478
1,758
6,312
5,376
3,636
3,252
5,316
4,644
3,126
2,520
2,076
4,644
3,444
2,436
1,620
5,376
3,378
3,960
1,536
6,192
5,280
3,780
2,616
2,436
2,208
4,416
3,240
$803,220
$698,424
4,800
2,940
2,478
1,758
6,312
5,376
3,636
3,252
5,316
4,644
3,126
2,520
2,076
4,644
3,444
2,436
1,620
5,376
3,378
3,960
1,536
6,192
5,280
3,780
2,616
2,436
2,208
4,416
3,240
$803,220
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Brought forward	
Grand Forks-Greenwood (Grand Forks):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1a	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Kamloops (Kamloops):
Divisional Engineer	
District Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 _
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade  1a 	
Kaslo-Slocan (New Denver):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Lillooet (Lillooet):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk—Grade A 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Nanaimo-Islands (Nanaimo):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Two Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist 	
Stenographer—Grade 1a
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee)
Nelson-Creston (Nelson):
Divisional Engineer 	
District Engineer 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) —
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Junior Clerk	
$704,314 $19,646
4,992
3,000
2,700
2,028
5,856
4,644
3,504
2,796
2,118
2,076
1,980
4,644
3,252
2,118
2,160
4,800
3,576
2,520
2,076
5,568
3,000
4,554
1,980
2,436
6,432
5,376
3,780
2,700
2,436
2,616
2,436
1,566
2,118
1,596
Carried forward..
513,748 $19,646 PUBLIC WORKS
AA 195
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
$803,220
$803,220
6,672
6,672
9,288
9,288
3,372
3,372
3,780
3,780
2,832
2,832
2,928
2,928
5,736
5,736
(2)          5,040
5,040
(2)          4,872
4,872
1,758
1,758
1,440
1,440
4,992
4,992
3,576
3,576
2,118
2,118
2,076
2,076
5,376
5,376
3,252
3,252
2,760
2,760
2,436
2,436
(1)          2,076
2,076
1,980
1,980
4,644
4,644
3,576
3,576
2,658
2,658
1,758
1,758
4,800
4,800
3,378
3,378
2,076
2,076
4,644
4,644
3,252
3,252
2,076
2,076
1,800
1,800
$916,242
$916,242
District Offices—Continued
Brought forward..
New Westminster (New Westminster):
Divisional Engineer	
Two District Engineers 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1a	
Clerk-Typist 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 ..
North Okanagan (Vernon):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer	
Typist	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
South Okanagan (Kelowna):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 „
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 .
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1 	
North Vancouver (Vancouver):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Omineca East (Vanderhoof):
District Superintendent 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Omineca West (Burns Lake):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
$813,748        $19,646
6,672
9,696
3,504
3,780
2,934
2,928
5,736
6,882
1,440
1,980
5,184
3,576
2,256
1,620
4,800
3,378
3,252
2,436
4,236
5,184
3,576
2,748
1,536
4,800
3,510
1,980
4,800
3,252
1,980
1,896
Carried forward..
$925,300 $19,646 AA 196
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(2)
$916,242
6,192
3,372
2,208
1,578
5,856
4,212
3,120
4,056
2,028
4,572
3,576
2,520
1,620
4,644
2,940
2,436
2,028
5,568
3,576
2,520
1,716
5,760
4,644
3,636
2,436
2,520
4,374
4,800
3,444
2,700
1,620
$1,022,514
$916,242
6,192
3,372
2,208
1,578
5,856
4,212
3,120
4,056
2,028
4,572
3,576
2,520
1,620
4,644
2,940
2,436
2,028
5,568
3,576
2,520
1,716
5,760
4,644
3,636
2,436
2,520
4,374
4,800
3,444
2,700
1,620
Salaries—Contin ued
$1,022,514
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Brought forward	
Peace River (Pouce Coupe):
Divisional Engineer	
District Superintendent 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Typist 	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) 	
Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert):
Divisional Engineer	
District Superintendent	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1a	
Revelstoke (Revelstoke):
District Superintendent	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Typist 	
Rossland-Trail (Rossland):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Salmon Arm (Salmon Arm):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer	
Stenographer—Grade 1a —	
Similkameen (Penticton):
Divisional Engineer	
District Superintendent 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1a	
Skeena East (Smithers):
District Superintendent 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1a 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
$925,300        $19,646
6,432
4,356
3,504
2,298
1,716
2,436
6,072
3,120
4,194
1,620
4,722
3,576
2,520
1,536
4,800
3,060
2,436
2,118
5,568
3,576
2,520
1,620
6,072
4,800
3,780
2,436
2,796
2,388
1,980
4,800
3,576
2,796
2,028
Carried forward..
$1,036,552        $19,646 PUBLIC WORKS
A A 197
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
$1,022,514
4,644
2,940
2,076
1,848
6,000
15,000
(298) $1,055,022
108,000
129,000
1,000
2,000
1,500
31,745
16,000
2,000
25,100
2,000
$1,373,367
(2)
$4,644
4,644
8,496
35,640
(14)      $53,424
16,700
$70,124
$1,022,514
4,644
2,940
2,076
1,848
6,000
15,000
$1,055,022
127,000
154,000
2,400
4,000
2,500
31,745
16,000
2,000
25,100
2,000
$1,421,767
$4,644
4,644
8,496
35,640
$53,424
20,700
$74,124
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 292
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Brought forward-
Yale (Merritt):
District Engineer
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
$1,036,552 $19,646
5,376
3,060
Stenographer—Grade 1a .
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
2,520
1,938
6,000
15,000
Expenses
Code No.
001
002
013
031
014
004
016
021
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications .
Advertising and publicity
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 292	
(295)  $1,070,446
110,000
130,000
2,400
2,500
4,124
17,750
38,394
2,000
6,400
1,000
Vote 293
Mechanical Supervision and Inspection
Branch
Salaries:
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 2  $5,376
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1   4,800
Five Mechanical Supervisors—Grade 2  20,052
Ten Mechanical Supervisors—Grade 1   36,312
Special living allowance   500
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense ....
(17)  $67,040
25,200
Total of Vote 293
Carried forward	
1,385,014
92,240
$1,496,900 AA 198
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1953
(2)
(70)
(7)
$2,868
2,616
6,444
2,988
1,668
4,140
3,852
6,504
8,100
1,500
4,800
3,780
4,068
4,068
3,444
3,312
2,658
78,552
3,372
6,000
183,120
17,052
5,232
3,120
17,188
22,000
(133) $402,446
149,663
115,000
2,000
5,000
5,000
$679,109
95,662
$583,447
$2,868
2,616
6,444
2,988
1,668
4,140
3,852
6,504
8,100
1,500
4,800
3,780
4,068
4,068
3,444
3,312
2,658
78,552
3,372
6,000
183,120
17,052
5,232
3,120
17,188
22,000
$402,446
149,663
127,860
2,000
5,000
5,000
$691,969
95,662
$596,307
Brought forward-
Vote 294
Parliament Buildings (Maintenance)
Salaries:
Supervisor of Telephones 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 3 	
Three Switchboard Operators—Grade 2
Telegraph Operator	
Clerk-Typist 	
Heating Plant
Chief Stationary Engineer
Assistant Chief Stationary Engineer ..
Three Stationary Engineers—Grade 3
Three Firemen	
Sundry employees 	
Mechanical Staff
Superintendent of Public Works	
Carpenter Foreman and Overseer	
Foreman Electrician  	
Foreman Plumber 	
Foreman Painter 	
Automotive Mechanic	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Sundry employees 	
Janitors and Watchmen
Chief Janitor—Grade 3 	
Two Chief Janitors—Grade 2	
Sixty-four Janitors	
Three Watchmen 	
Two Janitresses 	
Four Window-cleaners 	
Grounds
Gardener—Grade 4
Sundry employees ...
Temporary assistance (Janitors, etc.)
$3,126
2,700
6,714
2,988
1,578
4,356
4,140
11,124
8,100
1,500
4,992
3,780
4,068
4,068
3,444
3,312
2,748
74,796
3,576
6,000
167,424
7,308
5,232
10,800
3,192
17,308
22,000
(127) $390,374
Expenses:
Code No.
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds..
Heat, light, power, and water	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
006
029
031
032
Installation of new lighting fixtures
Taxes, telephones, etc. 	
Less maintenance credits (rentals)
Total of Vote 294	
Carried forward	
160,000
127,860
5,000
5,000
$688,234
101,108
$1,496,900
587,126
$2,084,026 PUBLIC WORKS
AA 199
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Fisca
Ma
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Year Ending
rch 31,1955
$3,258
2,940
2,520
23,136
Brought forward...        .         ..
$2,084,026
Vote 295
ICE)
$3,312
3,060
2,616
23,344
$3,258
Government House (Maintenai>
Salaries:
Gardener—Grade 5	
2,940
Gardener—Grade 3    .
2,520
23,136
Housekeeper     	
Sundry employees      .	
(12
Expenses:
Code No.
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water
(12)      $31,854
20,000
6,500
$31,854
20,000
6,500
3,000
1,000
)  $32,332
20,000
6,500
6,000
1,000
3,000
1,000
031 Furniture, supplies, etc.	
032 Taxes, telephones, etc. 	
Less deductions for rent
$62,354
840
$62,354
840
$65,832
960
Total of Vote 295	
$61,514
$61,514
64,872
Vote 296
) (Except
it House)
$888,527
48,956
$958,485
800,000
25,450
100,000
25,469
7,500
Government Buildings (Maintenance
Parliament Buildings and Governmei'
Salaries:
Sundry employees       	
Temporary assistance
(273)
Expenses:
Code No.
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water   .      .
(272)    $958,485
800,000
25,450
$937,483
788,000
30,900
118,000
25,000
7,500
100,000
007    Heating systems ..     ...   ..   ._____._..
25,469
7,500
031 Proportionate costs, Inspector of Electri
cal Energy 	
032 Taxes, telephones, etc.	
Less—
Maintenance   credits   and
rentals      $76,170
Recoverable from R.C.M.P.      71,555
$1,916,904
75,156
85,009
$1,916,904
75,156
85,009
$1,906,883
147,725
Total of Vote 296 	
$1,756,739
$1,756,739
1,759,158
Vote 297
$14,561
25,652
41,202
$14,831
21,695
39,532
$14,831
Rentals
Departments:
Code No.
014        Agriculture         .    ..
21,695
014        Attorney-General           ..    .
39,532
014        Education   	
Carried forward	
$76,058
$76,058
$81,415
$3,908,056 AA 200
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$76,058
4,000
68,780
25,200
5,786
6,630
9,511
45,000
7,000
1,560
31,415
12,670
14,394
2,220
960
12,000
25,000
$76,058
4,000
68,780
25,200
5,786
6,630
9,511
45,000
7,000
1,560
31,415
12,670
14,394
2,220
960
12,000
25,000
$348,184
336,184
$348,184
336,184
$12,000
$12,000
$9,795,300
470,000
90,450
510,045,300
470,000
90,450
510,355,750
455,600
510,605,750
455,600
$9,900,150
$10,150,150
$35,000
$35,000
$1,000,000
51,750,000
Vote 297
Rentals—Continued
Brought forward-
Code No.
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
014
Departments—Continued
Finance 	
Health and Welfare:
Health	
Welfare 	
Hospital Insurance Service
Labour 	
Lands and Forests:
Lands 	
Forests 	
Mines 	
Municipal Affairs	
Provincial Secretary 	
Public Utilities 	
Public Works 	
Railways 	
Trade and Industry 	
Sundry (non-apportionable)
Contingencies 	
51,415    $3,908,056
4,749
68,710
24,000
5,453
7,530
16,721
62,000
4,126
2,082
32,868
12,270
17,074
2,220
960
12,000
25,000
Less rentals repayable by sundry departments 	
$379,178
367,178
Total of Vote 297
Vote 298
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.
'Maintenance, repairs, etc.:
Salaries    (311)  $952,469
Expenses (including seasonal, steady,
daily-rate, and casual employees).. 9,467,637
*Motor-vehicles and accessories
*Equipment and machinery 	
Less estimated revenue
Total of Vote 298 ..
$10,420,106
343,400
105,500
$10,869,006
508,900
Vote 299
Code No.
020    Maintenance of Fraser River (New Westminster) Bridge
Vote 300
* Snow-removal
12,000
10,360,106
35,000
1,000,000
Carried forward  $ 15,315,162
' Code by districts. PUBLIC WORKS
AA 201
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
SERVICE                             Fisc
M
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
al Year Ending
arch 31, 1955
$65,000
$107,500
Brought forward .     .   .....     	
$15,315,162
Vote 301
Code No.
021    Local Highways within Municipal Limits ...     	
125,000
Vote 302
Code No.
025    Vehicle Damage Claims, etc.	
Vote 303
25,000
$130,000
$130,000
Code No.
022    Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic-control, etc	
Vote 304
130,000
$1,000
$1,000
Code No.
023    Research and Testing Services
1,000
Vote 305
$780,000
779,990
$780,000
779,990
Code No.
024    Gravel-crushing                                       $780,000
Less estimated revenue          779,990
$10
$10
Total of Vote 305    	
10
Vote 306
$1,000
40,000
2,500
$1,000
40,000
2,500
Grants and Subsidies
Code No.
020    Grants to engineering associations            $1,000
019    Grants to cities with population in excess
of 15,000                 40,000
021    Grant toward pumping charges, Dewdney
Dyking Commission              2,500
$43,500
$43,500
Total of Vote 306 	
43,500
Vote 307
$7,440
5,760
57,978
3,252
2,436
1,980
1,620
789
2,250
$7,440
5,760
57,978
3,252
2,436
1,980
1,620
789
2,250
Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver
Salaries:
Chief Inspector                                          $7 440
Assistant Chief Inspector        .            5,952
Eleven Inspectors                                59 136
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1          . .                      3,252
Stenographer—Grade 2                          2,436
Clerk—Grade 1                                        2 076
(1)
Two Stenographers—Grade 1a (one-half cost,
see Electrical Energy Inspection)                        2,550
Typist 	
Temporary assistance         _                                    1 500
(18)
$83,505
$83,505
Carried forward (18)  $84,342 $15,639,672 AA 202
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(16)
$83,505
2,800
12,800
780
600
1,000
8101,485
101,475
$10
$7,152
11,136
70,056
4,992
3,924
10,848
3,000
2,796
2,868
2,520
3,516
789
3,765
300
(31)    $127,662
6,000
36,000
894
1,000
7,000
400
4,600
$183,556
$83,505
2,800
12,800
780
600
1,000
$101,485
101,475
$10
$7,152
11,136
72,768
4,992
3,924
10,848
3,000
2,796
2,868
2,520
3,516
789
3,765
420
(32)$130,494
6,000
37,700
894
1,225
7,000
590
6,600
$190,503
Vote 307
Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver—Continued
Brought forward-
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
016    Equipment and machinery	
013    Printing and publications	
$84,342 $15,639,672
3,300
15,300
500
600
2,500
Less estimated revenue
Total of Vote 307 ...
$106,542
105,000
Vote 308
Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver
Salaries:
Chief Electrical Inspector	
Two Electrical Inspectors—Grade 2	
Seventeen Electrical Inspectors—Grade 1
Senior Electrical Designer	
Technical Draughtsman 	
Three Senior Draughtsmen	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Stenographers—Grade  1a (one-half cost,
see Steam-boiler Inspection) 	
Typist	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance	
$7,440
11,136
76,068
4,992
3,996
10,656
3,126
2,478
2,868
2,520
2,028
2,730
5,184
660
(32)  $135,882
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
014 Rentals 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
013 Printing and publications	
016 Equipment and machinery	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
Carried forward	
6,000
40,000
950
2,250
6,000
400
4,600
1,542
$196,082 $15,641,214
J RAILWAYS                                                                      AA 203
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE                                    Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$190,503
25,469
113,500
Vote 308
$183,556
Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver—Continued
Brought forward              $196,082 $15,641,214
25,469
113,500
Less—•
Recoverable from Chief
Architect's office, etc. ....    $30,000
Estimated revenue      166,072
196 07">
$44,587
$51,534
Total of Vote 308                  10
$50,000
418,000
1,010,000
260,010
Vote 309
$50,000
250,000
Equipment Fund
Code No.
Disbursements:
Purchase of new Equipment Fund units:
029            Motor-vehicles and accessories           $58,000
016            Equipment and machinery           360,000
910,000
260,010
031 Repairs to Equipment Fund units                 1,000,010
032 Transfer to Fund Account            82,000
$1,470,010
1,470,000
$1,738,010
1,470,000
267,990
$1,500,010
Receipts:
Estimated rentals from Equipment Fund
units        1,500,000
Transfer from Fund Account
$10
$20
Total of Vote 309                                        10
$40,790
Construction of Channel at City of Penticton    	
$15,000
Decoration of Provincial Government Buildings re Coronation
$25,000
Acquisition of Title to Assets and Property to B.C. Fruitlands
Ltd. 	
$4,000
Grant to Village of Pouce Coupe for Building and Reservoir
$15,095,104
$16,296,861
Total, Department of Public Works       $15,641,234
RAILWAY DEPARTMENT
Vote 310
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Railways (paid as Minister of Trade
and Industry)  	
Secretary (paid by Department of Trade and
Industry)   	 AA 204
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$100
500
$600
$4,896
7,152
16,992
3,186
1,896
2,928
2,700
350
(9)      $40,100
1,300
8,000
1,500
100
2,220
200
$53,420
$54,020
$7,500
3,780
150
(2)      $11,430
$100
500
$600
$4,896
7,152
16,992
3,186
1,896
2,928
2,700
350
$40,100
1,300
8,000
1,500
100
2,220
200
$53,420
$54,020
$7,500
3,780
150
$11,430
Vote 310
Minister's Office—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling  expense 	
Total of Vote 310.
$300
700
Vote 311
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister	
Executive Assistant 	
Chief Inspector 	
Three Inspectors 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
lunior Draughtsman—Grade A	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
013
031
014
004
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Advertising and publicity
Rentals 	
Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 311
$6,500
7,152
17,184
3,312
2,928
2,796
350
(8)  $40,222
2,000
6,500
1,500
100
2,220
100
Total, Railway Department
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Vote 312
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister  	
Secretary   	
Temporary assistance
$7,500
3,780
150
Carried forward..
(2)  $11,430
$1,000
52,642
$53,642 TRADE AND INDUSTRY
AA 205
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(3)
(2)
$11,430
300
1,500
$13,230
$8,760
12,132
2,796
2,520
4,416
2,118
1,800
1,260
1,500
192
(11)  $37,494
1,100
960
4,500
100
2,100
1,200
6,500
$53,954
$4,992
4,500
3,924
3,636
10,464
2,796
$30,312
$11,430
300
1,500
513,230
8,760
12,132
2,796
2,520
4,416
2,118
1,800
1,260
1,500
192
$37,494
1,100
960
4,500
100
2,100
1,200
6,500
$53,954
$4,992
4,500
3,924
3,636
10,464
2,796
$30,312
Vote 312
Minister's Office—Continued
Brought forward  $ 11,430
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   300
004    Office furniture and equipment   200
002 Travelling expense  1,500
Total of Vote 312 ..........:	
Vote 313
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister	
One Field Representative	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade  1  	
Stenographer—Grade  1  	
Temporary assistance  ,	
Special living allowance 	
$8,760
4,068
2,700
2,076
2,160
2,014
1,896
1,260
1,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001
014
013
004
029
031
002
Office expense 	
Rentals 	
Printing and publications
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Mapping, draughting, and contingencies..
Travelling expense	
(8)  $26,434
2,800
960
4,000
100
1,200
5,000
Total of Vote 313
Vote 314
British Columbia Government Travel Bureau
Salaries:
Commissioner 	
Assistant Commissioner and Field Representative
Photographer 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Assistant Photographers
Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 ..
$5,184
4,644
3,924
3,780
10,722
3,000
$13,430
40,494
Carried forward
$31,254   $53,924 AA 206
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(5)
(3)
(2)
$30,312
4,680
2,256
2,076
1,896
1,620
500
(14)      $43,340
2,500
5,000
40,000
3,500
14,000
500
1,000
1,500
300
1,800
4,000
$117,440
$6,792
5,184
9^880
16,566
13,932
5,730
7,794
2,208
2,340
2,298
1,578
2,076
1,896
1,758
$80,032
$30,312
4,680
2,256
2,076
1,896
1,620
500
$43,340
2,500
5,000
52,406
3,500
14,000
500
1,000
1,500
300
1,800
4,000
$129,846
$6,792
5,184
9,880
16,566
13,932
5,730
7,794
2,208
2,340
2,298
1,578
2,076
1,896
1,758
$80,032
Vote 314
British Columbia Government Travel Bureau—Continued
Brought forward. :  $31,254         $53,924
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerk-Stenographers   4,596
Stockman—Grade 2  1,980
Stenographer—Grade 1  1,716
Clerk—Grade 1   2,076
Stenographer—Grade 1a  1,980
Stenographer—Grade 1a  1,578
Temporary assistance  8,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publications
Field work	
002
013
022
023
024
025
026
004
029
030
031
Photographic and motion-picture supplies
Marking of historic sites	
Tourist Council	
Development of regional bureaux	
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals  and contingencies   (including
grants) 	
Sport shows and exhibitions	
(15)  $53,680
2,500
9,000
60,000
15,000
1,000
1,000
2,000
300
4,000
2,500
Total of Vote 314.
Vote 315
Bureau of Economics and Statistics
Salaries:
Director 	
Assistant Director 	
Two Research Supervisors—Grade 2
Four Research Assistants—Grade 2 _.
Two Research Assistants—Grade 1 	
Two Chief Clerks 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Graphotype Operator—Grade A ....
Clerk-Typist 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
$7,032
5,376
10,272
15,192
6,060
9,288
3,252
2,868
7,794
2,028
2,340
3,288
2,076
1,896
1,848
Carried forward..
150,980
$80,610      $204,904 TRADE AND INDUSTRY
AA 207
Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(7)
(1)
(2)
$80,032
5,568
4,644
7,272
3,000
8,412
7,068
2,520
14,616
2,868
2,256
3,240
1,000
(47)    $142,496
2,120
38,400
5,600
4,000
2,000
3,500
3,200
$201,316
21,200
$180,116
$5,184
4,920
1,980
1,500
200
$80,032
5,568
4,644
7,272
3,000
8,412
7,068
2,520
14,616
2,868
2,256
3,240
1,000
$142,496
2,120
38,400
5,600
4,000
2,000
3,500
3,200
$201,316
21,200
$180,116
$5,184
4,920
1,980
1,500
200
(3)      $13,784
$13,784
Vote 315
Bureau of Economics and Statistics—Continued
Brought forward..
Salaries—Continued
Supervisor, Tabulating-machines—Grade 2	
Assistant Chief Supervisor, Tabulating-machines
(Chief Clerk) 	
Three Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—
Grade 2 	
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1
Three Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2
Three Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1
Senior Key-punch Operator	
Eight Key-punch Operators	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Coders 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Temporary assistance	
1,610      $204,904
5,568
10,356
3,126
8,700
7,170
2,616
14,250
2,868
3,972
1,620
1,000
(48)  $141,856
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
014 Rental of tabulating-machines ..
020 Mechanical equipment supplies
013 Printing and publications 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
002 Travelling expense	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
Less recoverable from Liquor Control
Board  	
2,500
40,140
5,600
8,000
2,000
3,000
2,000
$205,096
21,200
Total of Vote 315.
Vote 316
Industrial and Trade Office
Salaries:
Industrial and Trade Commissioner 	
Administrative Assistant 	
Industrial and Trade Representative, London,
England   	
Stenographer—Grade 2
Special living allowance (London representative)
Temporary assistance 	
Carried forward	
$5,760
4,356
4,920
2,436
1,500
200
183,896
.(4) $19,172      $388,800 AA 208
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$13,784
500
300
7,000
9,000
$30,584
$125,000
$160,000
$680,324
$13,784
500
300
7,000
9,000
$30,584
$125,000
$180,000
$712,730
$141,565,706
$138,892,218
Vote 316
Industrial and Trade Office—Continued
Brought forward  $19,172       $388,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   500
004    Office furniture and equipment   250
002 Travelling expense    4,000
019    Grants and contingencies   9,000
031    Exhibits     35,000
Total of Vote 316  67,922
Vote 317
Code No.
031    Advertising and Publicity  110,000
Vote 318
Code No.
019    Grants—British Columbia Research Council  165,000
Total, Department of Trade and Industry       $731,722
Total Expenditure for Current Account $142,083,783 HOSPITAL INSURANCE
AA 209
Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
Main Estimates
Total Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
Vote 319
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE
(443)  $1,117,328
381,100
See p. 94.
See p. 120.
See p. 210.
Administration:
Code No.
888    Salaries...
     Expenses
(120)  $340,000
75,000
$1,498,428
$23,770,000
3,350,000
030    Contingencies—cost of plan conversion 	
011    Payments to hospitals   $28,700,000
018    Grants in aid of construction and equipment of hospitals        3,500,000
$415,000
250,000
$27,120,000
1,785,000
$32,200,000
Less payable from Hospital Construction Fund        1,340,000
$25,335,000
30,860,000
$26,833,428
$925,000
1,610,000
$2,535,000
$24,298,428
15,000,000
$9,298,428
$31,525,000
Less payments into Fund by way of—
Municipal per diem grants        $990,000
Provincial per diem grants       1,650,000
2,640,000
Amount of social services tax transferable from Consolidated Revenue  $28,885,000
Less estimated premium receipts.
1953-54 appropriations, including supplementaries:
Subsidy to Fund     $4,033,428
Hospitalization of social assistance cases       3,700,000
Grants in aid of construction and equipment of
hospitals        1,565,000
$9,298,428
15 AA 210
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1954-55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$11,740,000
5,870,000
$5,870,000
$9,553,000
1,780,000
330,000
$7,443,000
$2,000,000
3,000,000
$18,313,000
$405,000
$495,000
$6,550,000
$3,000,000
1,785,000
$1,215,000
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OUT OF INCOME
511,740,000
5,870,000
$5,870,000
$9,553,000
1,780,000
330,000
$7,443,000
$2,000,000
3,000,000
518,313,000
$465,000
$495,000
$6,550,000
See Vote 319.
Vote 320
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries
Code No. Gross Recoverable
*(a)  Trans-Canada Highway (Code
32001)      $13,026,000
Less Federal contribution             $6,513,000
Net
$6,513,000
*(b)  General   Highways    (Code
32002)          9,250,730
Less—
Payable from Highway Development Fund             $2,000,311
Unexpended   revenue   surplus
appropriations                 	
*(c)  Bridges,   Ferry-landings,   Marine Ways, etc. (Code 32003)      2,291,200
020    (d) Hard-surfacing (Code 32004)      3,023,300
7,250,419
2,291,200
3,023,300
$27,591,230    $8,513,311
Total of Vote 320  $19,077,919
Vote 321
Code No.
020    Forest Development Roads
Vote 322
*Mining-roads
Vote 323
$387,510
475,000
387,510
475,000
"ode No.
020   Construction of Provincial  Buildings        9,412,310
Less Federal contributions       	
Total of Vote 323        	
$800,675
018    Grants in Aid of Construction and
Equipment of Hospitals	
Less payable from Hospital Construction Fund 	
Total of Vote ....
Carried forward..
8,611,635
$37,866,050 $9,313,986 $28,552,064
* Code by districts. CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
AA 211
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
SERVICE
Main
Estimates
Total
Authorized
Expenditures
(Including Sup-
plementaries)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$1,200,000
600,000
Brought forward  ..
Gross
$37,866,050
897,000
Recoverable              Net
$9,313,986 $28,552,064
Vote 324
$1,200,000
600,000
Code No.
020    Okanagan Flood-control     ...
Less Federal contribution ..
448,500
Total of Vote 324 	
Vote 325
$600,000
$600,000
448,500
2,700,000
260,000
$2,650,000
$2,650,000
Code No.
020    Pacific Great Eastern Railway
Vote 326
...    ....      2,700,000
$830,000
Code No.
020    Development and Construction of
Housing Projects   .
Less returns     ...
$30,000
Total of Vote 326 	
$830,000
230,000
Recoverable Expendittje
Vote 327
.E
175,000
$103,710
$103,710
Code No.
023    Purchase of School Books under
Text-book Loan Plan	
175,000
Purchase of Motor-vehicles under Federal
Health Agreements 	
$17,250
$17,250
Flume  Replacement,   Southern   Okanagan
Lands Project 	
$18,300
See Vote 217.
Vote 328
1,235,000
$150,000
$150,000
Code No.
020    Assistance   to   Improvement   Districts under " Water Act " 	
1,235,000
Domestic Water Assistance 	
$50,000
See Vote 28.
12,500
Less estimated repayments 	
Total of Vote	
$37,500
Total, Capital Expenditure Out of Income:
Gross     _
$41,762,260
$38,753,960
8,580,000
$43,133,050
10,377,500
Recoverable  	
Net  	
$9,792,486
$31,384,760
$30,173,960
$33 340 564 1953-54
Supplementary Estimates of Expenditure
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1954
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1954
2. Legislation
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
30. " Grasshopper-control Act " (statutory)      $31,500
Less refund of unexpended advances         8,000
31a. "Horned Cattle Purchases Act" (statutory)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
44.  (c)  Supreme and County Courts, New Westminster—Office furniture and
equipment 	
50. Doukhobor Guards, etc. 	
57. Prince George Men's Gaol—Salaries
58. Kamloops Gaol—Salaries	
74. In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight and Express Rates
76. " Supreme Court Act " (statutory) 	
77a. " Police and Prisons Regulations Act " (statutory) 	
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
82. Inspector of Schools:
Office expense 	
Travelling expense .
$6,000
8,000
90. High School and Senior Matriculation Examinations
91. High Correspondence School:
Salaries (temporary assistance) 	
Printing and publications	
Reading of students' papers	
Revision of courses 	
$2,300
7,600
8,500
1,500
$1,200
2,500
99. Provincial Museum:
Printing and publications 	
Perpetuation of totem-poles	
101. Free Text-books, Maps, etc. 	
102. Educational Grants:
(a)  Basic and Supplementary Grants  (Including Provincial
Share of Debt Charges)  $427,000
(c)  Conveyances      130,000
Carried forward..
$23,500
4,100
$3,000
60,000
7,000
6,000
2,000
1,000
6,500
$14,000
7,700
19,900
3,700
20,000
557,000
$210,000
27,600
85,500
622,300
$945,400
J SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES,  1953-54 AA 213
No. of                                                                                    CEDA/rrc Fiscal Year Ending
Vote                                                                                       aCKVl^ji March 31, 1954
Brought forward      $945,400
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
127. Government Agents, etc.—Contingencies (all Agencies)  $25,000
130. Incidentals and Contingencies  3,000
131. "Municipalities Aid Act" (statutory)  225,000
135. "Highway Development Act" (statutory)  60,000
138a. Compensation Payable re Erroneous Tax Sale of Property  650
138b. Interest on Official Guardian Deposits (statutory)  200
138c "Unclaimed Money Deposits Act" (statutory)  350
138d. "Water Act" (statutory)   240,000
138e. "Flood Relief Act" (statutory)  3,500
138f. "Municipal Superannuation Act" (statutory)  56,000
138g. "Logging Tax Act" (statutory)  1,000
138h. " Taxation Act" (statutory)   1,600
        616,300
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
141. Minister's Office—Expenses          $600
142. Per Diem Grants under Sec. 4 of " Hospital Act"       70,000
145. Provincial Infirmaries:
(a)  Marpole Infirmary:
Salaries       $5,000
Expenses         3,500
$8,500
(b) Allco Infirmary—Expenses         4,000
(c) Mount St. Mary Hospital—Expenses         1,000
152. Professional Training (Federal Programme)     $29,010
Less Federal health grant       29,000
153. Public Health Research (Federal Programme)       $8,310
Less Federal health grant         8,300
13,500
10
155. General Public Health (Federal Programme)  $111,010
Less Federal health grant      111,000
155a. Medical Rehabilitation (Federal Programme)     $42,887
Less Federal health grant      42,877
155b. Rehabilitation Co-ordinator (Federal Programme)     $10,000
Less Federal health grant        5,000
10
10
10
155c Laboratory and Radiological Services (Federal Programme)  $359,410
Less Federal health grant     359,400
155d. Child and Maternal Health (Federal Programme)     $34,859
Less Federal health grant       34,849
5,000
10
163. In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics:
(b) Vancouver Island Chest Centre—Expenses     $16,800
(g)  Other Hospitalization        10,000
10
26,800
Carried forward  $115,960 $1,561,700 AA 214 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES,  1953-54
No. of                                                                                     ci-T?\/Tr*Tj Fiscal Year Ending
Vote                                                                                       SEK.V1U1 March 31, 1954
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE—Continued
Brought forward.    $115,960 $1,561,700
171. Social Allowances (Including Grants)  70,000
175. Hospitalization of Social Assistance Cases  200,000
176. Child Welfare, Administration—Expenses  500
177. Maintenance of Dependent Children and Grants to Homes  149,000
180. (a) Industrial School for Boys, Port Coquitlam—Expenses  1,000
181. Industrial School for Girls—Salaries  4,000
183. (a)  "Old-age Assistance Act,"  1951, and "Blind Persons' Allowances
Act," 1951, Administration—Expenses   5,700
        546,160
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS
199. Lands Branch—Expenses       $3,000
201. Land Settlement Board—Expenses  500
211. Hydraulic Surveys:
Fraser River Basin survey      $3,000
Less reimbursements from Federal Government         2,990
  10
215. "Soldiers' Land Act"—Southern Okanagan Lands Project   8,000
217. "University Endowment Lands Administration Act"   $300,000
Less chargeable to Fund     299,990
  10
228. Rentals  5,178
230. Forest Protection   300,000
231. Forest Reserve Account (statutory)   112,500
234. Grazing Range Improvement (statutory)   8,323
  10
275. (b) Provincial Mental Hospitals, Essondale—Expenses   40,000
277. (a) Homes for the Aged, Port Coquitlam—Salaries and expenses  39,000
283. "Provincial Elections Act" (statutory)  629,000
284. "Public Inquiries Act" (statutory)  1,000
286. Retiring Allowance (statutory)   12,000
437,521
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
244. Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide Prospectors  200
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
254. General Administration—Expenses   $1,500
255. Grants to Home for Elderly Citizens and Children's Homes  90,000
261. " Civil Service Superannuation Act "—Government contributions to Superannuation Fund  90,000
264. Government House—Salaries   250
270. Grants to Charitable and Other Associations          8,000
272. (a) Farms:   Colony Farm—Salaries       $6,000
Less receipts          5,990
910,760
Carried forward  $3,456,341 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES,  1953-54
AA 215
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1954
Brought forward..
$3,456,341
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
289. Minister's Office:
Travelling expense
Office expense	
290. General Administration:
Travelling expense	
Office expense	
Printing and publications .
Advertising and publicity
Rentals 	
$2,000
250
$25,000
19,000
1,400
2,000
1,000
291. Mechanical Supervision and Inspection Branch—Travelling expense	
292. Parliament Buildings (Maintenance)—Heat, light, power, and water	
296. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.—Working out taxes	
298. Snow-removal 	
305. Electrical Energy Inspection:
Salaries          $2,832
Travelling expense          1,700
Motor-vehicles and accessories          2,000
Office furniture and equipment  225
Equipment and machinery  190
$2,250
48,400
4,000
12,860
250,000
750,000
6,947
306.
Equipment Fund:
Equipment and machinery   $168,000
Repairs to Equipment Fund units     100,000
$268,000
Less transfers from Fund Account     267,990
10
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
311. British Columbia Government Travel Bureau—Printing and publications
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OUT OF INCOME
317. Forest Development Roads 	
$60,000
320. Grants in Aid of Construction and Equipment of Hospitals      350,000
1,074,467
12,406
410,000
$4,953,214 1952-53
SCHEDULE A
SUMS GRANTED TO HER MAIESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31, 1953, AND TO
INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURE.
SERVICE Amount
Department of Agriculture:
Plant Pathology, Entomology, and Apiary Inspection  $296.09
Women's Institutes  159.06
Subsidies on Agricultural Lime  12.30
         $467.45
Department of the Attorney-General:
General Administration   $906.25
Companies Office  2,485.57
Sheriffs' Offices  444.00
Supreme and County Courts  1,462.55
Motor-vehicle Branch  48,093.80
Sundry Incidental Police Expense  3,053.66
Oakalla Prison Farm  53,636.75
Women's Gaol  2,991.39
Crown Prosecutor's Office, Vancouver  300.30
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries  3,654.06
     117,028.33
Department of Education:
Minister's Office  316.29
Department of Finance:
General Administration  $868.28
Agent-General's Office and B.C. House, London, England  5,957.99
Automobiles and Accessories  12.56
Department of Health and Welfare:
Medical Services  $ 1,291.28
Hospitalization of Social Assistance Cases  194,696.40
Industrial School for Girls  1,442.14
6,838.83
197,429.82
Department of Labour:
Industrial Arbitration and Conciliation Branch         4,968.58
Department of Lands and Forests:
Special Commitments   $8,413.78
Topographic Division  7,358.54
Air Survey Division  18,012.25
Hydraulic Surveys  16,282.39
Provincial Parks   9,319.34
Public Relations (Forest)   7,855.49
       67,241.79
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Government House        $ 1,048.82
Collections Office   92.40
1,141.22
Carried forward  $395,432.31 SCHEDULE A
AA 217
SERVICE
Amount
Brought forward..
$395,432.31
Department of Public Works:
Rental and Maintenance of Offices, Buildings, and Grounds
Steam-boiler Inspection 	
$671.34
3,689.76
Railway Department:
Minister's Office 	
4,361.10
4,919.45
Department of Trade and Industry:
General Administration	
1,217.12
$405,929.98
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1954
280-154-7210       

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