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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Highways
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1957/ 58
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1958  To His Honour Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Herewith I beg respectfully to submit the Annual Report of the Department of
Highways for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1958, in compliance with the provisions
of the " Department of Highways Act."
P. A. GAGLARDI,
Minister of Highways.
Office of the Minister of Highways,
Parliament Buildings, October 6th, 1958.  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Bridge Engineer  11
Bridges and Ferry-landings—Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded  12
Bridges—Principal, Constructed or Reconstructed  17
Chief Right-of-way Agent  49
Classified Highways  62
Departmental Comptroller  8 2
Deputy Minister  9
Director of Construction  22
Equipment Engineer  41
Engineering List  7
Expenditures  83
Ferry Operations (Profit and Loss) ,  51
Ferries—Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded  52
Ferry Traffic  53
Highway-construction Contracts  28
Highways—Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded  23
Highway Work Completed or in Progress (Exclusive of Hard Surfacing)  72
Insurance and Safety Officer  42
Location Engineer  43
Mileage and Type of Constructed Highways  67
Miscellaneous Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded  70
Paving Programme Summary  3 4
Paving—Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded  32
Personnel Officer  46
Pulvimixing by Departmental Crews  36
Pulvimixing by Departmental Crews, 1956/57 (Supplementary Report)  40
Region No. 1—Engineer's Report  55
Region No. 2—Engineer's Report  56
Region No. 3—Engineer's Report  58
Region No. 4—Engineer's Report  60
Research and Development Engineer  47
Snow-removal Costs   66
Superintendent of Communications  50
Superintendent of Ferries  50
Surfacing Contract Programme, 1956/57 (Supplementary)  37  DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS PERSONNEL AS AT MARCH 31st,  1958
Victoria
Hon. P. A. Gaglardi, Minister of Highways.
E. S. lones, Deputy Minister (Chairman, Highway Board).
F. T. Brown, Chief Engineer (Member, Highway Board).
H. T. Miard, Assistant Deputy Minister.
A. J. Bowering, Assistant Chief Engineer (Member, Highway Board).
E. C. Webster, Director of Construction.
J. A.  Dennison,  Highway Construction Engi-
J. W. Kerr, Highway Paving Engineer.
W. R. Workman, Records and Estimates Engineer.
E. W. Hall, Statistics Engineer.
E. B. Wilkins, Research and Development Engineer.
J. H. Harding, Senior Traffic Engineer.
C. O. Brawner, Senior Materials and Testing
Engineer.
Region No. 1
F. E. Dembiske, Special Projects Engineer.
J. P. Hague, Senior Location Engineer.
N. R. Zapf, Assistant Location Engineer.
C. K. Saunders, Senior Bridge Engineer.
J. Alton, Assistant Bridge Engineer.
J. U. Copeman, Bridge Construction Engineer.
F. A. MacLean, Equipment Engineer.
L. J. Moore, Chief Right-of-way Agent.
N. C. Tattrie, Assistant Right-of-way Agent.
H. K. Gann, Superintendent of Ferries.
J. A. Lonsbury, Insurance and Safety Officer.
A. E. Rhodes, Departmental Comptroller.
H. C. Davies, Personnel Officer.
W. F. Conlon, Superintendent of Communications.
J. G. M. Lock, Weigh-scale Supervisor.
F. Howland, Chief Clerk.
D. D. Godfrey, Regional Highway Engineer,
New Westminster.
E. J. Garrett, Regional Construction Engineer,
New Westminster.
R. G. Harvey, Regional Maintenance Engineer,
New Westminster.
F. D. Laronde, District Engineer, 280 Burnside
Road West, Victoria (Esquimalt, Saanich).
C. D. Grigg, District Engineer, Nanaimo (Alberni, Nanaimo-Islands, Cowichan-Newcastle).
L.   A.   Broddy,   District  Engineer,   Courtenay
(Comox). t
D. E. Finlayson, District Engineer, New Westminster (Burnaby, Dewdney, New Westminster).
Region No. 2
G. A. Havers, District Engineer, New Westminster (Delta, Chilliwack).
H. J. Kelsall, District Engineer, Prince Rupert
(Prince Rupert, Atlin (South)).
R. B. Gilmour, District Superintendent, Vancouver (Vancouver-Point Grey, Mackenzie,
North Vancouver).
C. S. Shaw, District Superintendent, Terrace
(Skeena (West)).
V. A. Drew and D. G. Higgs, Right-of-way
Agents, New Westminster.
W. R. Jeffs, Mechanical Superintendent, Vic-
D. R. McLeod, Regional Highway Engineer,
Kamloops.
D. J. Gormley, Regional Construction Engineer, Kamloops.
J. W. Pomeroy, Regional Maintenance Engineer, Kamloops.
M. G. Elston, District Engineer, Kamloops
(Kamloops).
A. Provenzano, District Engineer, Vernon
(North Okanagan).
W. R. MacLean, District Engineer, Merritt
(Yale).
J. L. Roe, District Engineer, Salmon Arm (Salmon Arm).
J. M. Hamilton, District Engineer, Penticton
(Similkameen).
D. R. Cullen, District Engineer, Williams Lake
(Cariboo (South)).
D. C. MacVicar, District Engineer, Lillooet
(Lillooet).
A. E. Staite, District Superintendent, Revelstoke
(Revelstoke).
W. M. Underwood, District Superintendent,
Kelowna (South Okanagan).
H. C. Francis, Right-of-way Agent, Kamloops.
V. L. Gresty, Mechanical Superintendent, Kamloops. G
8
HIGHWAYS
Reg
REPORT,  1957/58
ion No. 3
D
F.
son
Martin,
Regional Highway Engineer, Nel-
P. B. MacCarthy,
(Rossland-Trail)
District Engineer,
Rossland
W. R. Workman, Regional Construction Engineer, Nelson.
R. G. Mulcaster, Regional Maintenance Engineer, Nelson.
A. L. Freebairn, District Engineer, Nelson (Nelson-Creston).
I. J. Stewart, District Engineer, Grand Forks
(Grand Forks-Greenwood).
W.  M.  Sproul,  District  Engineer,  Cranbrook
(Cranbrook).
Region No. 4
M. C. K. Struve, District Superintendent, Fernie
(Fernie).
G. R. Kent, District Superintendent, New Denver (Kaslo-Slocan).
G. K. Austin, District Superintendent, Golden
(Columbia).
W. D. Morry, Right-of-way Agent, Nelson.
A. R. Irving, Mechanical Superintendent, Nelson.
R. S. Cunliffe, Regional Highway Engineer,
Prince George.
M. C. Nesbitt, Regional Construction Engineer,
Prince George.
J. W. Morris, Regional Maintenance Engineer,
Prince George.
H. A. Gray, District Engineer, Quesnel (Cariboo (North)).
R. W. Gittins, District Engineer, Fort St. John
(Peace River (North), Atlin (North)).
A. Park, District Superintendent, Prince George
(Fort George).
R. H. Dunlop, District Superintendent, Smithers (Skeena (East)).
P. E. Bishop, District Superintendent, Burns
Lake (Omineca (West)).
F. Park, District Superintendent, Vanderhoof
(Omineca (East)).
D. C. Westaway, District Superintendent, Pouce
Coupe (Peace River (South)).
E. W. Pritchard, Right-of-way Agent, Prince
George.
H. O. George, Mechanical Superintendent,
Prince George. HIGHWAYS REPORT
REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER
Victoria, B.C., October 6th, 1958.
The Honourable P. A. Gaglardi,
Minister of Highways, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—A report of the activities of the Department for the fiscal year 1957/58 is
herewith submitted for your consideration.
A total of 184.18 miles were constructed or reconstructed during the year and comprise the following: Trans-Canada Highway, 63.17 miles; Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway, 26.80 miles; Cariboo Highway, 25.19 miles; Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, 10.94 miles. Other highways throughout the Province that were constructed or
reconstructed comprised 58.08 miles.
During the fiscal year sixty-two bridge projects were completed and work was also
in progress on an additional thirty bridges. Ten of the bridges completed during the year
are on the Trans-Canada Highway, and sixteen of the thirty in progress are also on the
Trans-Canada Highway.
Location and survey work was undertaken, totalling 432.23 miles of preliminary
surveys and 134.80 miles of office design and estimates. Aerial reconnaissance mapping
of alternate routes for the Castlegar-Meadows Siding relocation of the Southern Trans-
Provincial Highway was prepared to facilitate the selection of the route. Aerial mapping
was also provided to facilitate the location of the North Thompson Highway route from
Blue River to the Alberta Boundary.
There are 22,508 miles of highways under the supervision of this Department, and
this mileage comprises 3,538 miles of trunk highways, 2,395 miles of main highways, and
16,574 miles of other roads. In addition to this total, 656.66 miles were classified as
arterial or secondary, details of which are shown in statement attached to this Report.
Some 14,617 miles of highways were kept clear of snow at a total cost of $1,964,896.50.
A total of 2,879,758 vehicles were carried by the entire ferry system.
The total expenditure for all maintenance on highways, bridges, and ferries
amounted to $14,621,938.07.
Total construction and reconstruction by day-labour was 367 miles on various highways, 121 miles being on trunk highways, 53 miles on main highways, and 193 miles on
other highways. In addition to this mileage, 550 miles were improved. District crews
also carried out 144 miles of road-mix paving and 16 miles of seal-coating (on previous
pavements).
During the period January 1st, 1957, to December 31st, 1957, there was a total of
2,345 subdivisions handled by the Department.
Where necessary, farmers were allowed to work out tax arrears by contributing to
road work.
In conclusion, I may say that a satisfactory year's work has been accomplished, and
I wish to record the efficiency, dependability, and loyalty of our staff.
H. T. Miard,
Deputy Minister. Spuzzum Creek Bridge, Mile 191.2, Trans-Canada Highway.
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Craigellachie Overhead Crossing, Mile 446.4, Trans-Canada Highway. REPORT OF THE SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER
G 11
REPORT OF THE SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER
The number of bridge projects completed during the year was sixty-two, a number
which surpasses by far any previous record.
Six ferry-landings were also constructed; these were in areas where no such facilities
previously existed and will do much to improve transportation facilities and the social
amenities in the districts concerned.
Work was also in progress during the year on an additional thirty bridges, which,
with a few exceptions, will all be completed during the following fiscal year.
Ten of the bridges completed during the year are on the Trans-Canada Highway,
and sixteen of the thirty in progress are also on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Details of the principal bridges constructed or reconstructed during the year are
listed elsewhere in the Report.
The total capital expenditure on bridges and ferry-landings was approximately
$12,400,000, details of which are to be found in the Statement of Expenditures.
A serious interruption to traffic over the Alaska Highway in the Peace River area
occurred in October, when a section of the suspension bridge over the Peace River collapsed through failure of the north anchorage. This bridge was built by the United States
Army engineers during World War II and has since been under the control of the Department of National Defence, Canada.
The Government of Canada has undertaken the responsibility of replacing the
structure. In the meantime, highway traffic is being diverted over the P.G.E. Railway
bridge a short distance up-stream.
In contrast to former years, steel and timber were in good supply, and there was
also more competition among contractors for bridge-construction work.
Weather conditions, in general, were very favourable and good progress was made,
construction in many cases being carried on through the winter months with little interruption on account of adverse weather.
Two bridge projects for the British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority
were completed and formally opened to the public—the Oak Street and Middle Arm
Bridges on June 29th, 1957, and Nelson Bridge on November 7th, 1957.
Work is proceeding satisfactorily on the three other undertakings of the Toll
Authority—namely, Second Narrows Bridge, Deas Island Tunnel, and Okanagan Lake
Bridge at Kelowna.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED,
FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
Bridges and Ferry-landings
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Steel Fences for Divers Highway Bridges (1957):
$50,548.21
A.I.M. Steel Ltd _	
$51,884.99
59,954.01
60,119.69
60,905.64
62,222.21
66,417.23
67,031.19
Blain Boiler Works Ltd  ,	 G 12 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Bridges and Ferry-landings—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Alexandra Bridge Substructure, Trans-Canada Highway, Mile
193.74, Yale District:
General Construction Co. Ltd —	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd. _ 	
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd	
Raymond International Co. Ltd 	
Manning Construction Ltd..
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd..
A. E. McEachern Ltd	
Barker Construction Co. Ltd	
Northern Construction Co. and I. W. Stewart Ltd..
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd..
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..
Erection   of   Structural  Steel   for   C.P.R.   Overhead   Crossing,  Trans-Canada
Highway, Mile 464.62, Revelstoke District:
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd   _ _	
Arrow Steel Erectors, Division of Arrow Transfer Co. Ltd._
Pacific Steel Erectors Ltd  	
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators Ltd -	
The Bay Co. (B.C.) Ltd	
Construction   of   Castlegar   Overhead   Crossing,
Highway, Rossland-Trail District:
G. M. Wadds   	
Southern   Trans-Provincial
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..
Chapman-Long Construction Ltd	
Saxton Engineered Structures Ltd	
Williscroft Construction Ltd	
Holand Construction Ltd	
Oglow Bros. Building & Supply Co. Ltd...
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd	
Concrete Constructors Ltd	
McClay Construction Co. Ltd	
Construction of Gorge Creek and Crazy Creek Bridges, Trans-Canada Highway,
Mile 447.25 and Mile 452.45, Revelstoke District:
Manning Construction Ltd  „ - _.	
Mutual Construction Co. Ltd...
Concrete Constructors Ltd	
McClay Construction Co. Ltd..
Kenyon & Co. Ltd	
Construction   of  Sanca  Creek  Bridge,  Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,
Nelson-Creston District:
McClay Construction Co. Ltd _	
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd.-	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..
Stevens-Douglass Construction Ltd	
Barker Construction Co. Ltd._	
Concrete Constructors Ltd	
Manning Construction Ltd _	
Holand Construction Ltd	
Construction   of   McClymont   Bridge,
Prince Rupert District:
First call for tenders:
Blakeburn Engineering Ltd.._	
Northern   Trans-Provincial  Highway,
$589,167.00
$679,531.90
685,008.00
698,048.00
708,302.00
713,919.50
763,885.00
780,215.00
811,934.00
861,516.00
883,096.00
1,092,096.00
19,260.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
$24,376.00
26,250.00
27,045.00
27,400.00
57,704.11    j Awarded.
-I	
$62,925.60
65,841.40
68,878.70
69,928.66
73,864.90
73,957.00
92,831.00
96,560.00
97,417.00
105,494.00    | Awarded.
-I	
$106,932.40
116,750.00
125,318.00
166,572.68
113,175.40      Awarded
$133,233.90
135,359.00
143,809.00
153,488.32
154,809.00
158,709.00
173,017.00
66,177.00
Tender recalled. REPORT OF THE SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER G  13
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Bridges and Ferry-landings—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction   of   McClymont  Bridge,   Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,
Prince Rupert District:
Second call for tenders:
$66,229.80*
75,856.44
$113,684.00
467,525.00
Construction   of  Old  Kootenay   Channel  Bridge,   Salmo-Creston   Highway,
Nelson-Creston District:
$488,359.00
495,199.00
555,810.00
561,740.00
598,223.75
610,600.00
49,685.00
Construction of Mission Creek Bridge No. 2, Gibsons-Earl Cove Road, Mackenzie District:
$53,985.70
60,192.00
72,876.61
7.050.001
7,800.00
Erection of Structural Steel for Mission Creek Bridge No. 2, Gibsons-Earl
Cove Road, Mackenzie District:
The Bay Co  (B.C.) Ltd.                                      	
$7,850.00
8,978.00
13,500.00
13,987.00
57,380.50
Construction of Ellison Overhead Crossing, Okanagan Highway, South Okanagan District:
General Construction Co. Ltd .  _   	
$57,450.00
64,262.50
77,972.75
124,038.10
Construction of Mayne Island and Galiano Island Ferry-landings at Village
Bay and at Montague Harbour, Nanaimo-Islands District:
$126,479.23
131,070.00
359,264.70
Construction of Kitimat River, Nalbeelah Creek and Humphrys Creek Bridges,
Terrace-Kitimat Highway, Skeena District:
G. H. Wheaton Ltd	
$513,365.00
32,725.00
Erection of Structural Steel for Hirsch Creek Bridge, Terrace-Kitimat Highway, Skeena District:
Arrow Steel Erectors, Division of Arrow Transfer Co. Ltd	
Awarded.
$36,090.00
38,500.00
38,950.00
42,100.00
1 Tender rejected as no list of equipment attached. G  14 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Bridges and Ferry-landings—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Sawmill Creek Bridge, Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 186.34.
Yale District:
Manning Construction Ltd - -   	
Stevens-Douglass Construction Ltd 	
Chapman-Long Construction Ltd   -	
Holand Construction Ltd  _   	
Saxton Engineered Structures Ltd._
McClay Construction Co. Ltd	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd—
Burns & Dutton Concrete & Construction Co. Ltd..
Erection of Structural Steel for Sawmill Creek Bridge, Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 186.34, Yale District:
Pacific Steel Erectors Ltd _ _ -   _   	
Bickerton Bridge & Steel Erectors Co _	
Arrow Steel Erectors, Division of Arrow Transfer Co. Ltd-
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd  — _
Construction of Woodbury Creek Bridge, Nelson-Kaslo Road, Kaslo-Slocan
District :
McClay Construction Co. Ltd —-   -—   -
Holand Construction Ltd —
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd-
Kenyon & Co. Ltd	
Construction of Irishman Creek Bridge, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway,
Cranbrook District:
McClay Construction Co. Ltd      -    	
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd - _ __ - 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd... -  	
Construction of C.N.R. Overhead Crossing at Savona, Trans-Canada Highway,
Mile 314.02, Kamloops District:
Craig & Ralston Construction Co. Ltd..   —-	
Mutual Construction Co. Ltd..
Holand Construction Ltd	
Gilmour Construction & Engineering Co. Ltd..
Manning Construction Ltd..
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd—
Marpole Construction Co. Ltd _
Barker Construction Co. Ltd-	
McClay Construction Co. Ltd   _
Construction of Savona Bridge Redecking,
Kamloops District:
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd	
Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 314.14,
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators Ltd..
Construction of North Fork of Eagle River, Eagle River, and Camp Creek
Bridges, Trans-Canada Highway,  Mile 447.51,  Mile  455.93,  and Mile
458.28, Revelstoke District:
Kenyon & Co. Ltd. 	
Manning Construction Ltd	
Stevens-Douglass Construction Ltd _.
Craig & Ralston Construction Co. Ltd.-
Marpole Construction Co. Ltd	
Concrete Constructors Ltd	
Barker Construction Co. Ltd —	
Gilmour Construction & Engineering Co. Ltd-
$55,085.50
Awarded.
$59,752.50
61,466.40
66,863.10
68,668.89
70,964.50
76,607.20
96,373.50
8,653.00
Awarded.
$8,800.00
9,400.00
10,428.00
56,573.10      Awarded.
$68,776.80
76,144.69
79,787.80
39,369.70    | Awarded.
$66,759.66
74,351.30
52,928.60
$60,698.92
61,089.80
64,841.72
66,687.08
67,145.20
68,468.00
71,841.50
74,979.00
118,932.55    | Awarded.
$152,867.84
126,418.02    | Awarded
$137,249.60
152,197.80
141,600.66
169,134.00
171,712.40
171,731.35
272,446.54 REPORT OF THE SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER G  15
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Bridges and Ferry-landings—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Willow River Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,
Fort George District:
$46,770.00
$47,491.00
50,619.40
54,592.60
57,442.00
58,055.00
76,967.00
41,935.90
Construction of Chilako River Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,
Fort George District:
$43,412.70
43,519.86
43,666.80
45,333.00
57,951.20
64,700.00
89,473.40
124,318.73
53,074.58
|
Construction of Barriere River Bridge, North Thompson Highway, Kamloops
District:
$60,238.07
76,738.70
82,888.50
86,648.65
226,825.00
227,973.00
Construction of Grindrod Bridge, Grindrod-Sicamous Highway, North Okanagan District:
Barker Construction Co. Ltd.—
Awarded.
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd.—
$226,844.80
233,097.80
231,731.20
244,828.20
259,747.90
247,469.90
260,912.90
256,912.90
287,124.31
267,709.00
296,997.80
295,152.80
338,608.00
329,076.00
339,365.50
358,014.50
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.—
Manning Construction Ltd.—
Concrete Constructors Ltd.—
Mutual Construction Co. Ltd.—
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd.—
Raymond International Co. Ltd.—
Craig & Ralston Construction Co. Ltd.— G 16 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED—Continued
Bridges and Ferry-landings—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Construction of Nicoamen River Bridge and Sackum Overhead Crossing, Trans-
Canada Highway, Mile 249.5 and Mile 252.5, Yale District:
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd _ -   	
Barker Construction Co. Ltd   - _. 	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd-
$124,074.35    | Awarded.
Gilmour Construction & Engineering Co. Ltd. and A. C. McEachern Ltd-
Manning Construction Ltd     -  	
Narod Construction Ltd _ - _	
Concrete Constructors Ltd - _	
Holand Construction Ltd      —
Construction of Taft, Nineteen Mile, and Summit Lake Overhead Crossings,
Trans-Canada  Highway,  Mile  452.22,   Mile  456.87,   and  Mile  467.35,
Revelstoke District:
Kenyon & Co. Ltd _ _ _	
McClay Construction Co. Ltd   	
Concrete Constructors Ltd   	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd	
Barker Construction Co. Ltd _   _ _ —
Narod Construction Ltd—   _  	
Craig & Ralston Construction Co. Ltd _ _  	
Poole Construction Co. Ltd   _  	
Marpole Construction Co. Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd - - —	
$141,813.41
146,077.40
150,915.00
156,140.00
160,647.50
205,096.50
219,830.50
333,133.50      Awarded
$337,547.00
360,233.60
364,008.25
397,944.00
403,964.98
420,211.00
435,456.80
435,775.18
482,505.00
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority
Supply and Installation of Ventilation Equipment for Deas Island Tunnel,
Vancouver-Ladner Highway, Delta District (Contract No. 5):
Tacey Sheet Metal Ltd _	
S.F. Products Canada Ltd._
Maritime Industries Ltd	
Supply and Erection of Steel Superstructure and Construction of Reinforced
Concrete Deck and Counterweights for Kelowna Bridge,  Okanagan
Highway, South Okanagan District (Contract No. 3):
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd _       -
Western Bridge & Steel Fabricators Ltd _ —	
Construction and Supply of Toll Plaza, Administration Building, Lighting,
Approach Roads, and Lift-span Wiring for Kelowna Bridge, Okanagan
Highway, South Okanagan District (Contract No. 4):
Narod Construction Ltd  	
Mutual Construction Co. Ltd—
F. B. Stewart   	
Pacific Bridge Co. & General Construction Co. Ltd.
Bennett & White Construction Co. Ltd	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd 	
$137,664.00     Awarded.
$243,600.00
288,232.00
I
2,014,693.75    | Awarded.
$2,043,544.80
218,248.09    | Awarded.
$220,678.98
223,046.60
225,204.00
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
ROAD CONSTRUCTION
During the fiscal year work continued at an unprecedented rate on all highways
throughout the Province, with particular importance being placed on the Trans-Canada
Highway, Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, and Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Vancouver-Horseshoe Bay Highway near Horseshoe Bay.
A list of significant grading quantities is listed hereunder:—
Roadway excavation—
Solid rock cu. yd. 5,032,244
Other materials cu. yd.  18,876,545
Culverts (large multi-plate and cattle-passes) lin. ft. 3,252
Concrete for retaining-walls and drainage
structures cu. yd. 49,387
Rip-rap (loose and hand-laid) cu. yd. 18,059
Fencing  rods 16,900
Gates   171
Gravel—
Pit-run tons 201,220
2-inch crushed : tons 1,097,083
%-inch crushed tons 1,003,230
Specific locations of the various grading contracts are listed on the following pages;
the list indicates the percentage of work completed in each instance. REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
G 23
Highway contract grading and paving were consolidated under one branch, which
has assisted to a great extent in co-ordinating the two phases of highway construction.
PAVING
At the beginning of the year, improved laboratory design techniques for asphalt
paving were adopted, revised interim specifications prepared, and a nucleus of eighteen
field personnel were given preliminary training in testing and design of asphalt paving.
Field administration procedures were modified so as to decentralize and improve control
of work.
In April the Surfacing Branch was merged with the Construction Branch and the
number of engineers solely concerned with paving administration reduced to one. At
the same time, field staffs were strengthened by promotion and recruitment. Contrary
to previous practice, the calls for tenders for paving were phased over a period of
months, with, it is believed, improved competitive bidding.
During 1957 no seal-coating work was carried out, but a study of the problem was
made with a view to improving the performance of seal-coated surfaces in the future.
Methods of improving the durability and non-skid characteristics of surfacing for heavily
trafficked areas, such as urban intersections and bridge decking, are also being studied.
In the winter months a course in surveying was given to crew members to increase
flexibility.
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (ROADS),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No.   694—Trans-Canada  Highway,   Boston  Bar-Salkeld   (Reconstruction, 2.76 Miles):
$795,582.50
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd : • 	
$940,287.30
1,074,987.50
1,056,391.80
Project  No.   790—Lougheed  Highway,   Boundary   Road-North   Road   (Reconstruction, 6.33  Miles;   Widening to Four Lanes;   and Connection to
North Road, 0.29 Miles) :
$1,101,396.78
1,141,147.25
1,289,396.50
1,449,409.55
213,293.30
Project No. 813a—Trans-Canada Highway, Three Valley Lake West (Reconstruction, 1.32 Miles) :
$230,613.00
233,992.50
254,655.00
266,872.00
268,553.81
281,925.50
285,950.87
299,212.00
323,654.50
329,191.75
333,395.00
344,485.00
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.                                       	
Ed Walsh & Co. Ltd.                                                                   	
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd   _ — - — - — G 24
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (ROADS),
FISCAL YEAR 19571'58—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 813b—Trans-Canada Highway, Victor Lake-Summit Lake (Reconstruction, 2.77 Miles) :
General Construction Co. Ltd — - _	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd _..	
A. C. McEachern Ltd. and Atomic Construction Ltd	
Square M Construction Ltd. and Coleman Collieries Ltd..
Campbell-Bennett Ltd. and Mannix Ltd _	
Assiniboia Construction Co. Ltd	
McClay Construction Co. Ltd.
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd—
Project No.  819—Trans-Canada Highway,  Craigellachie-Kay Falls and
Falls-Twin Bridges (Reconstruction, 12.80 Miles) :
L. & M. Logging Ltd  	
Kay
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd.-
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.-
Mannix Co. Ltd. and Campbell-Bennett Ltd..
John Laing & Son (Canada) Ltd. 	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd	
Project No. 821—Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack-Cheam Creek (Construction, 5.75 Miles;   Four Lanes Divided and 3.50 Miles Two Lanes;  and
Connection to Agassiz-Rosedale Highway, 0.38 Mile) :
W. C Arnett & Co. Ltd   	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd   _	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd  — 	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd.- 	
A. C. McEachern Ltd. and Atomic Construction Ltd  	
Cattermole-Tretheway Contractors Ltd _	
Project No.   870—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   (Salmo-Creston Cutoff), Summit Lake-Highway No. 6 (Construction, 4.11 Miles):
P. F. Law Construction Ltd _   	
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd   - -  	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd	
Mannix Co. Ltd _   	
Fame Brick Construction Ltd 	
Premier Construction Co. Ltd.  	
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd—   ...
Pooley Bros. Ltd  	
HasselBros. (1954) Ltd _ 	
R. & L. Construction Co 	
Project No.  874—Trans-Canada  Highway,  Fraser
Lodge (Reconstruction, 2.50 Miles) :
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.  	
River  Crossing-Alexandra
General Construction Co. Ltd	
John Laing & Son (Canada) Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
A. C. McEachern Ltd 	
J.-M. Construction Co. Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..
Highway Construction Co. Ltd _.	
Raymond International Co. Ltd	
$941.
995
962.
1,036.
1,083.
1,094.
1,129.
1,218.
334.10
426.40
870.50
909.00
320.00
376.00
386.00
732.00
1,597,335.00
$1,711,088.50
1,929,536.00
1,948,381.70
2,134,691.00
2,309,636.50
2,667,047.50
1,600,298.50  Awarded
Awarded.
$1,917,351.00
1,923,030.65
1,938,718.10
2.049,019.18
2,255,120.60
372,629.00
$375,626.64
406,071.00
409,912.20
418,909.00
432,328.80
443,443.00
460,843.001
496,784.00
511,031.44
639,334.34
$653,973.00
680,118.00
689,014.50
698,825.00
749,472.00
786,875.00
812,853.00
1,094,326.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
1 No list of equipment attached. REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
G 25
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (ROADS),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/'58—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 878—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Castlegar-Sheep Lake,
Section 2 (Construction, 8.76 Miles):
i
i
$808,822.60     1 Awarded.
$833,067.50
833,585.00
854,613.15
868,628.00
892,265.00
899,023.00
962,491.00
975,273.00
999,773.00
1,113,568.00
1,119,340.00
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Project  No.   879—Trans-Canada  Highway,   Donald-Golden   (Reconstruction,
13.88 Miles):
$1,128,245.50
1,163,584.40
1,197,987.70
1,200,489.55
1,207,250.25
1,218,743.95
1,239,472.95
1,265,528.00
1,278,215.70
1,294,947.60
1,341,010.50
1,348,392.00
1,468,102.50
1,021,259.55
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.                                                   	
Premier Construction Co. Ltd.-.. , 	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd -	
Project No. 880—Trans-Canada Highway, Greely-Clachnacudainn Creek (Construction, 4.67 Miles):
$1,097,671.10
465.976.902
1,186,906.30
1,193,308.00
1,210,885.75
1,230,619.50
1,364,002.00
1,395,283.50
1,415,836.75
1,435,215.50
1,481,892.75
1,477,860.25
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd.                                      	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd.	
Project No.  881—Dawson Creek-Alberta Boundary Highway, Pouce Coupe-
Alberta Boundary (Reconstruction, 16.46 Miles):
R. & L. Construction Co. Ltd -	
$1,580,455.69
1,589,974.90
1,599,589.20
1,736,678.35
1,857,584.72
1,869,100.50
1,915,271.00
1,960,758.00
983,276.00
Park Bros. Ltd. and New West Construction Co. Ltd	
Ben Ginter Construction Co. Ltd. -	
Project No. 882—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Burns Lake-Tintagel
(Reconstruction, 7.66 Miles) :
Ben Ginter Construction Co. Ltd	
Awarded.
Park Bros. Ltd.           	
$1,092,655.00
1,108,672.05
1,133,756.76
1,234,459.60
2 Tender partly omitted in error. G 26
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (ROADS),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/58—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No.  883—Cassiar Road,  Sawmill Point-Hotel Creek  (Construction,
25.55 Miles):
Wade & Wells Co. Ltd _ _ _
Piggott Construction Co. Ltd _ __	
New West Construction Co. Ltd. and George Ludwig Ltd.
Sandy Construction Ltd..
Assiniboia Construction Co. Ltd	
General Construction Co. Ltd _,	
Mannix Co. Ltd  	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd.-
S. S. Mullen Construction Ltd.—	
Project No. 886—Alberni-Tofino Highway, Kennedy River Section (Construction, 8.51 Miles) :
A. C. McEachern Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Enemark Construction Co. Ltd-
A. & B. Construction Co. Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd—
Project No. 890—Trans-Canada Highway,
4.94 Miles):
Raymond International Co. Ltd—	
Revelstoke-Greely  (Construction,
New West Construction Co. Ltd. and George Ludwig Ltd..
John Laing & Son (Canada) Ltd  -	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd  	
Assiniboia Construction Co. Ltd 	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd._   	
Ed Walsh & Co. Ltd _ _	
Piggott Construction Co. Ltd.— - - 	
Square M Construction Ltd. and Coleman Collieries Ltd..
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd—	
Atomic Construction Ltd —	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd-
General Construction Co. Ltd	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd 	
Mannix Co. Ltd  	
Project No. 892—Trans-Canada Highway, Saddle Rock-CP.R. Overhead  (Reconstruction, 1.31 Miles) :
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd — —	
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd 	
General Construction Co. Ltd  —	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd.- 	
Northwood Construction & Humstone Contracting..
Mannix Co. Ltd 	
Highway Construction Co. Ltd 	
Campbell-Bennett Ltd	
Project 893—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Tabor Lake-Willow River
(Construction, 3.71 Miles, and Clearing and Grubbing, 6.52 Miles) :
Park Bros. Ltd _   _	
Willow Construction Ltd _	
Breaks Bros. Construction Co. Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..
Sandy Construction Ltd-
Piggott Construction Co. Ltd	
Enemark Construction Co. Ltd	
Miller Cartage & Contracting Ltd..
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd	
Ben Ginter Construction Co. Ltd...
Atomic Construction Ltd	
Assiniboia Construction Co. Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd.
Mannix Co. Ltd   	
$702,293.O03
1,312,372.60
Awarded.
$1,351,606.00
1,399,871.00
1,557,154.00
1,783,504.00
1,899,656.70
2,066,411.00
2,184,934.00
773,195.50
$853,970.00
926,458.00
976,025.00
995,423.00
875,692.00    I Awarded.
Awarded.
$898,769.00
927,737.80
946,171.08
953,152.00
953,795.40
967,084.00
968,125.50
1,016,957.55
1,032,133.00
1,044,822.00
1,046,803.00
1,063,211.00
1,089,425.50
1,206,880.00
1,437,594.00
$1,607
1,609
1,612
1,652
1,714
1,798
1,885
.902.32
635.40
.411.00
,563.10
,730.60
,181.00
,682.00
336,628.00
$383,609.50
402,729.50
421,844.50
437,489.00
458,868.60
460,709.00
472,351.05
484,560.00
492,390.00
507,019.00
547,727.00
670,769.50
706,828.00
Awarded.
Awarded.
1 Tender unaccompanied by certified cheque. REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
G 27
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (ROADS),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/'58—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 895—West Vancouver, Marine Drive and Taylor Way (Widening
to Four Lanes Undivided, 0.93 and 0.75 Miles):
General Construction Co. Ltd. - -	
Hosco Construction Ltd -	
City Construction Co. Ltd 	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.-
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd-	
Project No. 897—Okanagan Highway, Ellison Overhead Approaches (Construc
tion, 1.51 Miles) :
C. Drage Trucking Ltd.
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd.-
Joe Tavender Contracting 	
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd	
Premier Construction Co. Ltd	
G. & M. Construction Ltd _	
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd 	
Tide Water Contracting Co. Ltd	
Miller Cartage & Contracting Ltd—	
Atlas Construction Co. Ltd	
Wakeman & Trimble Contractors Ltd..
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd —	
Hosco Construction Ltd -	
Radium Construction & Contracting Co. Ltd._
Parker Construction Ltd _	
McClay Construction Co. Ltd.	
Project No. 898—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, South Slocan Section
(Reconstruction, 2.05 Miles) :
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd — -	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd-
Jamieson Construction Co. Ltd	
Mannix Co. Ltd 	
Ed Walsh & Co. Ltd	
Project No.  901—Okanagan Highway,  Kaleden-Skaha   (Reconstruction,  4.22
Miles):
Radium Construction & Contracting Co. Ltd.  	
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd..	
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd  _	
John Laing & Son (Canada) Ltd-
Mannix Co. Ltd 	
L. & M. Logging Ltd..
General Construction Co. Ltd.—	
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd.-
Arthur A. Voice Construction Co. Ltd-
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd.—
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd	
Assiniboia Construction Co. Ltd	
Premier Construction Co. Ltd	
Ben Ginter Construction Co. Ltd _
Raymond International Co. Ltd._
A. C. McEachern Ltd. and Atomic Construction Ltd..
Parker Construction Ltd- 	
$197,467.30    | Awarded.
$203,870.58
207,456.50
231,018.10
232,820.95
120,423.20
125,489.00
128,052.30
138,768.00
139,765.00
142,628.37
148,072.85
150,382.10
154,214.50
154,426.40
154,777.50
155,902.50
159,547.80
161,817.70
171,852.50
175,857.70
297,865.80
340,195.00
382,547.00
390,179.00
426,873.00
622,896.10
660,696.75
661,644.25
688,187.93
689,102.60
695,876.00
711,111.11
719,089.10
734,310.25
744,421.00
749,056.46
766,725.00
769,494.33
890,737.50
920,163.90
938,983.20
2,542,441.50
Contract not
awarded.
Contract not
awarded.
Contract not
awarded. G 28
HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED (ROADS),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/58—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 906—Trans-Canada Highway, Boothroyd-Jackass Mountain  (Reconstruction 8.08 Miles) :
$2,157,282.85
$2,161,344.25
2,290,267.05
2,345,595.00
2,368,610.55
2,524,740.00
2,534,041.40
2,482,961.75
2,654,992.00
2,687,292.00
2,691,752.25
2,892,102.00
2,928,379.05
2,960,675.50
3,215,177.35
3,385,164.00
4,228,404.92
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd. _.	
General Construction Co. Ltd 	
Square M Construction Ltd., Coleman Collieries Ltd., and McClay Construction
Co Ltd	
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
Project
No.
Section
Total
Length
Miles
Constructed
or
Reconstructed,
1957/58
Remarks
Per Cent
Completed
to Date
398
647
554
622
657
687
750
753
760
762
764
789
792
807
694
813a
813b
Trans-Canada Highway
(a) Contracts Let before, 1955/56
Golden east-
(6) Contracts Let, 1955/56
Nine Mile-Boothroyd	
(c) Contracts Let, 1956/57
Tank Hill section	
Horseshoe Bay east 	
Taylor Way (West Vancouver) west...
Malahat Chalet-Mill Bay	
Cheam Creek-Twin Bridges	
Twin Bridges-Lorenzetti Creek	
Tank Hill-Spences Bridge.. 	
Lytton-Tank Hill  	
Spuzzum Creek section	
Chase-Sorrento	
Bell Crossing-Saddle Rock 	
Vedder River-Chilliwack—	
(..) Contracts Let, 1957/58
Boston Bar-Salkeld	
Three Valley Lake west	
Victor Lake-Summit Lake 	
9.03
1.94
0.91
1.29
3.78
8.76
1.75
6.02
13.39
8.10
3.79
7.25
4.62
10.31
2.76
1.32
2.77
0.20
0.04
0.28
0.14
,0.28
2.66
1.35-
3.92
8.30
5.35
3.09
5.80
2.81
9.10
1.38
1.32
1.94
Project completed ..
Project completed -
Work continuing .	
Formerly   Squamish  Highway
project completed .	
Formerly   Squamish   Highway
project completed	
Project completed	
Project completed —	
Project completed 	
Work continuing _ _	
Work continuing _ 	
Project completed	
Project completed 	
Work continuing 	
Four-lane   project    (divided)
work continuing __ _
Work continuing 	
Project completed..	
Work continuing  _	
100
100
91
100
100
100
100
100
90
88
100
100
73
91
50
100
70 REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION G 29
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS—Continued
Project
No.
Section
Total
Length
Miles
Constructed
or
Reconstructed,
1957/58
Remarks
Per Cent
Completed
to Date
819
Trans-Canada Highway—Continued
(d) Contracts Let, 1957/58—Continued
Craigellachie-Kay Falls and Kay Falls-Twin
12.80
9.25
2.50
13.88
4.67
4.94
1.31
8.08
6.40
3.94
0.70
2.36
1.45
0.20
0.16
50
821
Project consists  of 5.75  miles
of   four-lane   (divided)   and
3.50 miles of two-lane_ —
874
43
28
879
Donald-Golden   	
17
880
31
890
Work continuing —  	
4
892
12
906
Contract let March, 1958	
■
Project completed.	
Total miles let, Trans-Canada Highway,
1957/58                  	
64.28
63.17
Total  miles  built,  Trans-Canada  Highway, 1957/58	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
(a)  Contracts Let, 1955/56
652
7.65
6.53
9.39
6.17
6.76
5.32
4.11
8.76
1.76
1.96
7.04
4.07
3.86
4.00
2.88
1.23
100
668
Christina Lake-Lot 2827	
Project completed	
Project completed .	
100
688
(b)  Contracts Let, 1956/57
100
756
Project completed.. _	
100
776
100
79
756
(c) Contracts Let, 1957/58
Summit Creek-Creston	
Summit Lake to junction of Highway No. 6
Additional    4-mile    extension,
clearing and grubbing;   work
870
878
70
Work continuing  	
t • ■■ i .
Project completed	
14
Total miles let, Southern Trans-Provincial
Highway, 1957/58	
12.87
26.80
■ ■ ■
Total miles built. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, 1957/58 _	
Cariboo Highway
(a)  Contracts Let, 1955/56
617
8.23
20.93
24.53
0.13
12.06
13.00
100
754
(6) Contracts Let, 1956/57
Cottonwood River-Strathnaver.	
Canyon Creek-Cale Creek'..	
(c)  Contracts Let, 1957/58
Nil	
71
755
74
Total    miles    let,    Cariboo    Highway,
1957/58   	
Total   miles   built,   Cariboo   Highway,
1957/58	
Nil
25.19 G 30 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS—Continued
Project
No.
Section
Total
Length
Miles
Constructed
or
Reconstructed,
1957/58
Remarks
Per Cent
Completed
to Date
809
Okanagan Highway
(a)  Contracts Let, 1956/57
1.18
0.77
100
(6)  Contracts Let, 1957/58
Nil                                             	
7.53   miles  clearing  and   grubbing contract (only);  project
completed -	
Total   miles   let,    Okanagan   Highway.
1957/58                              	
Nil
0.77
Total  miles   built,  Okanagan  Highway,
1957/58—	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
(a)  Contracts Let, 1955/56
651
10.04
11.85
7.66
3.71
6.83
3.05
0.84
0.22
778
(b)  Contracts Let, 1956/57
100
78
779
Work continuing- — 	
30
882
(c)  Contracts Let, 1957/58
11
893
6
893
Additional  6.52 miles  clearing
and grubbing (only) included
in contract; work continuing
Total miles let, Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway, 1957/58	
	
11.37
10.94
Total miles built, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, 1957/58	
Squamish Highway
(a)  Contracts Let, 1954/55
552
7.32
7.91
3.48
1.61
0.95
3.48
0.48
1.35
95
644
(6) Contracts Let, 1955/56
Alberta Bay-Porteau	
87
654
100
(e)  Contracts Let, 1956/57
Nil                                  	
Grading by P.G.E.;   work con-
691
(d)  Contracts Let, 1957/58
Total   miles   let,    Squamish   Highway,
1957/58      ._	
Total   miles   built,   Squamish   Highway,
1957/58 	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway
(a)  Contracts Let, 1956/57
84
Project completed—	
1.61
6.26
•
767
1.67
1.17
100 REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS—Continued
G 31
Project
No.
Section
Total
Length
Miles
Constructed
or
Reconstructed,
1957/58
Remarks
Per Cent
Completed
to Date
Kootenay-Columbia Highway—Continued
(_>) Contracts Let, 1957/58
Nil                                   	
Total    miles    let,    Kootenay-Columbia
Highway, 1957/58        	
Nil
1.17
Total   miles   built,   Kootenay-Columbia
Highway, 1957/58	
North Thompson Highway
(a) Contracts Let, 1956/57
692
2.69
0.73
100
(6)  Contracts Let, 1957/58
Nil-	
Total miles let, North Thompson Highway, 1957/58  	
Total miles built, North Thompson Highway, 1957/58        	
Nil
0.73
Terrace-Kitimat Highway
(«)  Contracts Let, 1955/56
629
8.85
15.43
4.28
11.93
97
643
693
Kitimat River-Kitimat -	
(b)  Contracts Let, 1956/57
15.43 miles clearing and grubbing contract (only); project
completed—	
Project completed -	
100
100
(c)  Contracts Let, 1957/58
Nil                   	
Total miles let, Kitimat Highway, 1957/58
Total   miles   built,   Kitimat   Highway,
1957/58                  	
Nil
16.21
Other Highways
Contracts Let, 1956/57
Connection   to   present   Southern   Trans-Pro-
756
0.77
22.90
3.39
6.33
0.29
0.60
19.05
1.39
4.30
90
788
Elko-Roosville, Elko-Roosville Highway .
95
797
Clearing contract  (only)—contractor    abandoned    project,
being    completed    by    day-
labour 	
Project completed (project con-
s'sted of 0.27  mile of four-
lane (divided) and 3.12 miles
of one- and two-lane connections)  - -
Widening    project    from    two
lanes   to   four   lanes   (undivided); work continuing	
818
790
Southern approaches to Oak Street Bridge
Contracts Let, 1957/58
Boundary     Road-North     Road,     Lougheed
100
North Road connection to Lougheed Highway
68 G 32
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
HIGHWAY-CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS—Continued
Project
No.
Section
Total
Length
Miles
Constructed
or
Reconstructed,
1957/58
Remarks
Per Cent
Completed
to Date
821
Other Highways—Continued
Contracts Let, 1957/58—Continued
Aggasiz-Rosedale    Highway    connection   to
0.38
16.46
25.55
8.51
0.93
0.75
3.46
1.53
1.02
0.881
0.71 j
21
6
12
.95
.
l«5
881
Pouce    Coupe-Alberta   Boundary,    Dawson
883
886
Sawmill Point-Hotel Creek, Stewart-Cassiar
Road - -	
Kennedy River section, Alberni-Tofino High-
Mining-road; work continuing.
895
Widening   from   two   lanes   to
four lanes (undivided); work
895
Total miles let, Other Highways, 1957/58...
Total    miles    built,    Other    Highways,
1957-58 _	
59.20
32.94
Summary
Total mileage let, All Highways, 1957/58...
Total    mileage    constructed    or   reconstructed, All Highways, 1957/58	
149.33
184.18
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (PAVING),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
(See report of Paving Engineer for location of projects and description of work.)
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. S-5701—New McLellan Road and Trans-Canada Highway, Langley
to Aldergrove and Matsqui to Abbotsford:
$492,946.00
$506,573.00
513,408.00
527,537.50
281,410.50
Project No.   S-5702—Powell  River   Highway  and   Gillies   Bay  Road   (Texada
Island) :
Awarded.
$340,894.00
357,050.00
360,284.50
365,829.00
220,677.50
Project No. S-5703—Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack-Rosedale-Bridal Falls:
$227,731.50
240,055.00
246,979.87
450,744.20
Project No. S-5704—Various Highways in Vicinity of Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Port Moody, loco, Burnaby, and Haney:
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd. and Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd _ 	
Awarded. REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
G 33
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED  (PAVING),
FISCAL YEAR 1957/58—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. S-5704—Various Highways in Vicinity op Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Port Moody, loco, Burnaby, and Haney—
Continued.
$471,521.25
477,307.45
497,147.10
237,090.00
Project No. S-5705—Various Highways, Courtenay and Comox:
$238,240.00
245,205.00
249,765.00
250,363.10
288,785.90
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd. -	
Project No. S-5721—Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, North and
Oliver:
South of
Dawson. Wade & Co. Ltd  __	
$300,760.00
308,265.00
315,180.00
324,615.00
360,841.50
Project No. S-5722—Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Various Sections:
Dawson. Wade & Co. Ltd  - - -     - —	
$366,208.00
376,930.00
398,357.50
289,246.55
Project No. S-5724—Okanagan Highway (Oyama North) and Mara Lake Road:
$291,112.50
295,632.50
304,527.50
309,825.00
642,710.00
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd _ —	
Project No. S-5761—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Houston
Rose Lake West:
West and
$649,645.00
661,208.75
712,250.00
476,695.00
482,335.00
485,220.00
215,071.25
Project No. S-5762—(1) Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Mile 11 to Mile
27 West of Vanderhoof,  16 Miles of Plant-mix Pavement;    (2)  Fort
St. James Arterial, 2 Miles Road-mix Pavement:
Dawson, Wade & Co. Ltd   -	
Project No. S-5781—Trans-Canada Highway, Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats:
Dawson. Wade & Co. Ltd  —- —- 	
$218,240.75
220,505.42
226,134.25
238,118.00
Project No. S-5782—Trans-Canada Highway, Canoe-Sicamous :
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd.... - - -	
$243,145.75
244,659.55
246,857.50
255,323.00
34,046.10
36,613.00
General Construction Co. Ltd- - - —	
Dawson. Wade & Co. Ltd  	
Project No.   S-5783—Trans-Canada  Highway,  American   Creek-Yale
Mile 177.47 to Mile 178.91, 1.44 Miles of Plant-mix Pavement
Section,
City Construction Co. Ltd .... -  	
awarded. G 34
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SUMMARY OF PAVING PROGRAMME,  1957/58
Paving
Carried Over
from 1956
Let in
1957
Completed
in 1957
5
7
2
9
7i
16
1 Trans-Canada Highway Contract No. 66 was transferred from Trans-Canada Highway to Provincial highways.
Provincial Contract No. 68 was extended to include T.C.H. Upper Levels Highway.
Contract Work
Unit
Trans-Canada
Highway
Provincial
Total
Asphaltic concrete pavement—
Region No. 1 _ _ 	
Miles
Miles
Miles
Miles
10.59
37.10
80.19
67.73
90.78
104.83
21.00
21.00
Totals  	
47.69
168.92
216.61
Base gravel compacted in place—
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
Miles
Gal.
Tons
Tons
Lin. Ft.
Lin. Ft.
Miles
Gal.
130,821
345,829
118,328
579,360
2,734
100,277
542,995
403,896
14,914
3.7
47,003
416,458
2,218
41,522
8,217
9.75
201,452
130,821
5,065
350,894
118,328
29,458
608,908
Sand   	
2,734
47,078
56,167
50,266
7,696
146,355
599,162
454,162
22,610
3.7
47,003
96,145
512,603
2,218
41,522
8,217
9.75
201,452
Asphalt Stabilization by Departmental Pulvimixer Crews
Region No. 1
Region No. 2
Region No. 3
Region No. 4
Total
Base processing—
Miles
1.50
29.35
Miles
17.22
4.22
5.00
Miles
2.20
38.50
Miles
48.60
Miles
18.72
35.77
92.10
	
9.1
13.0
146.59
Hauled gravel surfacing 	
9.1
13.0 REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
G 35
SUMMARY OF PAVING PROGRAMME, 1957/58—Continued
Contract Surfacing Programme
Project
Highway and Section
Miles
Plant-mix Pavement
S-56 (1956/57 contract)....
S-57 (1956/57 contract)....
S-59 (1956/57 contract) —
S-65 (1956/57 contract)....
S-68 (1956/57 contract)....
S-5781 (1957/58 contract)
S-5782 (1957/58 contract)
S-66 (1956/57 contract) —
S-67 (1956/57 contract) —
S-68 (1956/57 contract)....
S-69 (1956/57 contract) —
S-5722 (1957/58 contract)
S-73 (1956/57 contract) —
S-74 (1956/57 contract) —
S-78 (1956/57 contract) —
S-5701 (1957/58 contract)
S-5702 (1957/58 contract)
S-5703 (1957/58 contract)
S-5704 (1957/58 contract)
S-5705 (1957/58 contract)..
S-5721 (1957/58 contract)..
Trans-Canada Highway, Malahat...
Trans-Canada Highway, Cobble Hill-
Trans-Canada Highway, Salkeld Flats to Boothroyd-
Trans-Canada Highway, Three Valley Lake..
Trans-Canada Highway, Horseshoe Bay to Taylor Way, West Vancouver
(Upper Levels)
Trans-Canada Highway, Cache Creek to Lemonade Flats.
Trans-Canada Highway, Canoe to Sicamous  	
Total, Trans-Canada Highway (plant mix)— -  	
Present Trans-Canada Highway (Big Bend), Revelstoke Park Gate east..
Revelstoke and vicinity, Wilson St. and Wales St 	
Revelstoke and vicinity, Wales St. to McKenzie  _ _	
Revelstoke and vicinity, Ninth St. to Railway Crossing	
Revelstoke and vicinity, Tenth St. to Bigby Ave 	
Revelstoke and vicinity, N.W. 'A 23 at Farm to No. 10 South 	
Revelstoke and vicinity, Bell St., Prospect Road, to No. 10 South	
Island Highway, Wellington to Lantzville _ _	
Island Highway Arterial in Nanaimo, Trans-Canada Highway to Comox
Road   	
Albion Ferry Road, Kanaka Creek to Albion Ferry-
Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Willow Ranch to Stump Lake and Cardeau
Hill to McConnell Lane    - _ - 	
Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Mile 12.3 to Mile 16.5 south of Kamloops
(McConnell Lane to Willow Ranch)	
Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Mile 7 to Mile 17.7 north of Merritt	
Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Mile 71 to Mile 74.4 south of Spences Bridge.
Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Mile 17.6 to Mile 22.6 north of Princeton —
Victoria St., Prince George, Fourth Ave. to Twelfth Ave. and Pine St.,
Queen's Way to Twentieth Ave.
Fort St. John Airport Road and arterials (Centre St. and Highway St.)	
Sunshine Coast Highway, Powell River to Westview — - 	
New McLellan Road (10-125R), Scott Road to King George VI Highway	
Present Trans-Canada Highway (3r), Nicomekl Bridge (Langley) east to
Aldergrove
Present Trans-Canada Highway (5-4r),
Abbotsford   	
Matsqui Municipal Boundary to
Ocean View Ave., Powell River, Mill St. to First St	
Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road, Mile 14.3 to Klein Junction-
Madeira Park (Pender Harbour)..
Present Trans-Canada Highway, Chilliwack to Rosedale  - -
Present Trans-Canada Highway, Rosedale  (including 0.20 mile of curb
and gutter)    	
Present Trans-Canada Highway, Rosedale to Bridal Falls  -
Chancellor Boulevard, Vancouver, from Arcadia Road to Marine Drive,
recap.
Marine Drive, Vancouver, City Boundary to University, recap  _..
Third St., North Vancouver (157r), from Lonsdale Ave. to St. Davids,
with curb and gutter. _   -   __	
Third St., North Vancouver (157r), from St. Davids to City Boundary.
Main St., North Vancouver, from City Boundary to Mountain Highway	
Marine Drive, Nelson Ave. toward Whytecliff, recap  	
Hastings-Barnet Highway (3-14r), from Westridge Subdivision easterly	
Barnet Highway (11-200r), Port Moody westerly.  -	
loco Road (11-57r), from Overhead to loco   	
Edmonds St., Burnaby (241r), from Kingsway to Grandview Highway,
with curb and gutter.
Lougheed Highway, Haney (22r), from Sixth Ave. to Eighth Ave. and
Ninth Ave. to Nine and One-half Ave., with curb and gutter- 	
Courtenay Arterial (32r), Comox Road and Sixth St., recap. 	
Courtenay Arterial (32r), Sixth St. to Twenty-first St  	
Island Highway, Courtenay City Limits to Trent River Bridge	
Comox Road, Courtenay to Comox Village Boundary, recap.	
Comox Ave., Comox (234r), West Boundary to Anderton Road, scarify
and repave
Anderton Road Arterial (234r) and Anderton Road from Village Limits
to Ryan Road, recap
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Oliver to Mclntyre Bridge No. 33- -
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Oliver South Boundary to Graveyard
Hill.  „  _	
0.59
2.00
4.10
3.25
8.00
18.25
11.50
47.69
2.91
0.50
0.70
0.15
0.10
0.50
0.15
3.50
0.63
1.95
11.10
4.20
10.70
3.70
5.00
1.60
4.50
1.70
2.70
7.70
7.90
2.40
9.60
0.50
5.50
0.90
2.50
0.60
1.60
0.50
1.26
0.50
0.90
2.00
1.47
3.10
0.63
0.37
0.30
0.83
4.50
3.20
0.71
2.73
3.60 G 36 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SUMMARY OF PAVING PROGRAMME,  1957/58—Continued
Contract Surfacing Programme—Continued
Project
Highway and Section
Miles
Plant-mix Pavement—
Continued
S-5724 (1957/58 contract)-
S-5761 (1957/58 contract) ..
790 (highway project)	
818 (highway project)	
Oak St. Bridge	
Middle Arm Bridge__
Road-mix Pavement
S-5761 (1957/58 contract)..
S-5702 (1957/58 contract)..
Okanagan Highway, Oyama north 	
Mara Lake Road, Sicamous toward Grindrod	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Houston west._
Lougheed Highway, Boundary Road to North Road~
Vancouver-Blain Highway, connection to Middle Arm Bridge and other
approaches      	
Total, Provincial highways (plant mix)..
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Rose Lake west-
Vananda to Gillies Bay, Texada Island- _.	
Total, Provincial highways (road mix)..
4.22
11.40
14.90
2.66
3.39
1.25
0.21
168.92
9.10
4.00
Pulvimixing by Department Crews
Highway and Section
Base
Process
Road Mix
Trans-Canada Highway, Malahat, Deer Lodge south	
Trans-Canada Highway, Cache Creek to Lemonade Flats..
Trans-Canada Highway, Sicamous to Annis	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Rainbow Lake  _   —-   	
Tyee east to Skeena West Boundary.— _ _	
Skeena West Boundary to Kwinitsa..
Mile 11 to Mile 26 west of Vanderhoof (Fort Fraser to Engen)..
Sinkut River —  __ _     	
Mile 3.6 to Mile 8.1 west of Prince George-
New Hazelton High Level Road to Old Hazelton -
John Hart Highway, Summit Lake north  __
Fort St. James Arterial   	
Stoney Creek Road... — —- 	
Red Bluff Road (Quesnel southerly).  -	
Barkerville Road (Quesnel Airport)..
Cariboo Highway (Quesnel to Cottonwood River)..
Bowen Island   -	
Ashcroft-Cache Creek Highway   	
Okanagan Highway, Oyama north —	
Robson-Deer Park Road..
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Mile 18.5 to Mile 29.0 south of Golden..
Nelson-Nelway Highway, Salmo south 	
Harrop-Procter Highway    -  	
Present Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Pass Creek Bridge-
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Curzon Overhead east and west-
Vernon-Slocan Highway—
Nelson-Creston District Boundary south..
Kaslo-Slocan District Boundary north (Passmore).
Slocan City south  	
Box Lake south- 	
Totals-
1.50
12.00
5.22
8.20
4^22
2.20
33.34
1.70
6.20
21.10
15.00
0.30
4.50
4.50
12.00
2.00
0.50
1.30
0.30
0.35
5.00
5.80
10.50
4.30
5.50
0.40
3.60
1.40
3.00
4.00
113.25 REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
G 37
CONTRACT SURFACING PROGRAMME, 1956/57
(Supplementary to Paving Engineer's summary, page 21, 1956/57 Report.)
Plant-mix Paving Contracts
Region No. 1
Highway and Section
Trans-Canada Highway—
Lorenzetti Creek to Hunter Creek  -	
Miles
 -   3.50
 _. 4.99
  1.00
Project No. S-56—Malahat, vicinity of Hall's Boat-house  (Vancouver Island)  0.27
Project No. S-57—Cobble Hill section (Vancouver Island), not completed  -	
Arbutus Creek-Malahat Chalet section (Vancouver Island)   _   _ 2.95
Cobble Hill-Cowichan Bay section (Vancouver Island)  2.78
Ladysmith section _ __ _   1.41
Cowichan-Newcastle District Boundary north  (Vancouver Island)
Oyster Bay section (Vancouver Island)
Total, Trans-Canada Highway, plant-mix paving .
Scott Road and Kennedy Crossing (133r and 139r)
Beubien Road east to King George VI Highway
Present Trans-Canada Highway at Frys Corner (2r), recap  —
Pacific Highway, Cloverdale south (13r), curb and gutter and pave ....
Pacific Highway, Cloverdale (13R), Broadway to Old McLellan Road .
Present Trans-Canada Highway—
Murrayville Hill section, 12-ft. lane (3r)  	
Abbotsford Arterial (149r), with curb and gutter  	
Abbotsford Arterial  (5r), with curb and gutter   ._	
Abbotsford-Mission Highway—
Hazel St. and Pine St. _	
Douglas St., First Ave. to International Ave.
Customs By-pass at Huntingdon 	
McGrath Road (9r)  _ _ ._ __	
Port Alberni Arterial, Redford St.  (225r)
16.90
0.30
2.20
0.70
0.90
0.30
0.90
0.30
0.30
0.10
0.07
0.03
1.80
0.43
Alberni Arterial  (33r) to east boundary-— -       0.20
Brechin Hill Road  (Nanaimo-Islands District)
Island Highway—
Campbell River Arterial (120r) to Campbell River Bridge
Duncan Bay to Menzies Bay    —
Lougheed Hignway—
Brunette St. to Essondale (166r) ...
Harrison Bay Bluffs to Harrison River Bridge (21r)
0.5 mile east of Harrison River Bridge easterly 	
Agassiz-Rosedale Highway—
North approach to toll-bridge  — — -	
Surfacing   toll-bridge       _ —
South approach to toll-bridge   _—  	
Harbour St., Mission (29 to 49 ft. wide)
Farms Road, Hatzic Prairie, from Cyr Bridge to Legace Bridge
Rennie Road, Pitt Polder  - -
Hastings-Barnet Highway—
Westbridge  Cut-off  (14r)
North Road to Nicholl's Chemical Plant (14r)
North approaches, Pattullo Bridge—
20 to 26 ft. wide .  _. —	
48 ft. wide     _ _	
Vancouver-Coquitlam Highway—
Aliceville to North Road  (200r) _ 	
Douglas St. to Elgin St. (200r) ...
Mary St. to Moody St.  (200r)
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Esker Bridge to Terrace	
Sunshine Coast Highway—
Sechelt north (Mile 15.2 to Mile 29.8 from Gibsons Landing)
Westview south (Mile 16.8 to Mile 19.2 from Saltery Bay)  .	
Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt to Porpoise Bay Wharf 	
Granthams Landing Road    - -	
Total, Provincial highways, plant-mix paving
Trans-Canada Highway—
Sorrento to Balmoral
Malakwa section 	
Region No. 2
Oregon Jack Hill to Ashcroft Manor -	
Cherry Creek westerly (Highway Project No. 667) —
Cornwall Lodge to Pumping Station  -	
American Creek to Yale (Highway Project No. 479)
Total, Trans-Canada Highway, plant-mix paving _.
0.55
0.62
5.00
2.70
1.50
2.43
0.98
1.20
1.50
0.22
2.85
1.00
0.85
0.68
0.45
0.58
0.62
0.12
0.20
20.20
14.60
2.40
1.00
0.04
70.82
8.77
3.46
9.62
2.89
5.83
1.96
32.53 G 38 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
CONTRACT SURFACING PROGRAMME, 1956/57—Continued
Plant-mix Paving Contracts—Continued
Region No. 2—Continued
Highway and Section Miles
Okanagan Highway—
Deep Creek south (Highway Project No. 649) _    6.50
Antlers section     __ 0.20
Peachland to Deep Creek      -   ... 2.60
Oyama south (Woods Lake section)     _  4.95
Larkin to Armstrong (new by-pass)  — - _ _    5.65
Penticton Arterial (182r) to railway crossing, recap    _ _  3.80
Old Okanagan Highway south from Armstrong     4.20
Mara Lake Road, Grindrod east _   -       6.40
Enderby streets (Mill, Maud, and Cliff Sts.)  -    0.55
Salmon River Road, Mile 11.7 to Mile 20.6 from Kamloops-Vernon Highway —  8.90
Squilax-Anglemont Road, Squilax to Saratoga Lodge  11.20
North Thompson Highway—
Heffley Canyon to McLure  _ _ _  13.20
Black Pool to Clearwater (Mile 71.1 to Mile 82.0)   _   10.90
Princeton-Kamloops Highway—
Nicola Lake to Stump Lake (Mile 17 to Mile 28 from Merritt)      12.00
Stump Lake section (Mile 28 to Mile 29.2)     _   1.20
South of Merritt to Aspen Grove (Mile 44.1 to Mile 59 from Spences Bridge) — -  14.90
Belfort north (Mile 6.7 to Mile 19 north of Princeton) - _ __   12.30
Bridge St. and north, Princeton Arterial (194r), with curb and gutter    0.45
Princeton Secondary Highway, Vermilion St., with curb and gutter   _ _  0.28
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
3.1 miles east of Allison Pass Camp easterly, recap -   - - - -  20.00
Okanagan Falls southerly - —   - -  4.50
Oliver Arterial (115r), with curb and gutter  ._ - -  0.86
Total, Provincial highways, plant-mix paving  - -   _ 145.54
Region No, 3
Waneta Highway, U.S. Border northerly   - - - -   6.65
Present Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Genelle section  — -   - —  1.00
Rossland Arterial (144r)        - — 0.50
Trail-Salmo Highway, Trail Arterial (253r), Weir St. to Portland St   0.40
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Curzon Junction to Yahk  _ _.._ - _ _._  2.10
Yahk easterly — _ - - - -  3.60
Aldridge Bridge section   —   -   - 0.30
Creston Arterial and east      - - _ —    2.00
Gilpin to Christina Creek  - - - - -   -  _ -  7.87
Kootenay-Columbia Highway—
Athalmer northerly  - -        - 4.30
Radium to Edgewater  - - -     - - - 8.15
Yahk-Kingsgate Highway, U.S. Border to Curzon Junction — -  7.05
Creston-Porthill Highway, to U.S. Border  - - -  6.25
Erickson (unorganized) roads, various  - - - — - - 1-00
Slocan-Vernon Highway—
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway junction at South Slocan northerly   —  4.50
Vallican-Appledale diversion, commencing 1.2 miles north of district boundary   — 12.00
North of Perry Siding, commencing 15.4 miles from district boundary     3.10
Laurier-Cascade Highway, U.S. Border northerly  _  1.60
Total, Provincial highways, plant-mix paving —   72.37
Region No. 4
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Mile 1.9 to Mile 2.3 west of Prince George city limits    0.40
Mile 1 to Mile 11 west of Vanderhoof village boundary    _— 10.00
Mile 1.5 to Mile 18.2 west of Francis Lake Road, Burns Lake  16.70
Mile 1.2 to Mile 1.5 west of F.L. Road, Burns Lake, recap _ - — 0.30
Prince George Arterial, First Ave. (237r), recap   - _- - 0.10
Prince George Secondary Highway, Queens St. (133b)    - —  2.00
Cariboo Highway, southerly from Mile 1.1 south of Northern Trans-Provincial Highway  — 3.70
John Hart Highway—
Mile 15.8 to Mile 16.2 north of Nechako Bridge  - - - - 0.40
Commotion Creek to Wabi Hill  —- _   —- 1.10
Arras to Dawson Creek  - _ - -  11.30
Various sections, recap  -   - 2.00
Dawson Creek arterials—
Alaska  Highway    —  0.15
Eighth St. (209r ) ...._ __ _ -   __ _ _._  0.40
Total, Provincial highways, plant-mix paving ._ ._  48.55 REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACT SURFACING PROGRAMME, 1956/57—Continued
Seal-coat Contracts
Region No. 2
Highway and Section Miles
Project No. S-76—Cariboo Highway, 100-Mile House northerly  _ - —      33.8
Project No. S-76—Kamloops-Vernon Highway, Falkland to O'Keefe   - -       14.5
Total, Provincial highways, seal-coat paving         48.3
G 39
Summary of 1956 Surfacing Operations, Contract Work
(Mileages adjusted from summary on page 26, 1956/57 Report.)
Trans-Canada
Highway
Provincial
Highways
Total
High-type pavement (plant mix) —
Miles
16.90
32.53
Miles
70.82
145.54
Miles
87.72
178.07
Region No. 3  , ,
72.37                    72.37
48.55                    48.55
Totals    -  	
49.43                    337.28                    386.71
48.3
48.3 G 40
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
PULVIMIXING BY DEPARTMENT CREWS (SURFACING BRANCH)
(Supplementary to Paving Engineer's summary, page 21, 1956/57 Report.)
Highway and Section
Base Process
Road Mix
Region No. 1
Trans-Canada Highway—
3.30
1.00
8.00
Cobble Hill to Koksilah                      	
12.30
10.00
Region No. 2
Trans-Canada Highway—
7.40
3.00
6.00
16.40
North Thompson Highway—
13.20
6.00
1.50
11.20
5.00
9.00
4.50
Salmon River Road, northerly from Mile 11.7 to Mile 20.7 from Kamloops-Vernon Highway „.
Total, Provincial highways, base process and road mix  ,	
45.90
4.50
Region No. 3
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
3.50
0.30
1.00
0.50
3.00
12.80
8.15
5.30
Present Southern Trans-Provincial Highway—
2.00
Kootenay-Columbia Highway—
Total, Provincial highways, base process and road mix  	
34.55
2.00
Region No. 4
9.50
Summary of Pulvimix Programme by Surfacing Branch
(Mileages adjusted from summary on page 26, 1956/57 Report.)
Trans-Canada Highway
Provincial Highways
Totals
Base Process
Road Mix
Base Process      Road Mix
Base Process
Road Mix
Region No. 1 _	
12.30
16.40
	
10.00
45.90        |          4.50
34.55        |          2.00
9.50        |         	
12.30
62.30
10.00
4.50
Region No. 3. - —	
34.55                  2.00
9.50                 	
Totals 	
28.70
89.95                 16.50
118.65        |        16.50
1
E. C. Webster,
Director of Construction. REPORT OF THE EQUIPMENT ENGINEER G 41
REPORT OF THE EQUIPMENT ENGINEER
Effective April 1st, 1957, the Machinery Account, in addition to covering the cost
of repairs and maintenance of equipment, also covers the cost of fuel, lubricants, purchase of mechanical parts, and wages of mechanical personnel. During the year this
fund was operated at a credit of $234.46 after the expenditure of $3,763,527.23 for
repairs, fuel, garage stock, and garage overhead was deducted from the credit of $3,763,-
761.69, derived from rental of equipment and sale of fuel and lubricants.
Trans-Canada Highway north of Victoria (Malahat).
The sum of $2,015,792.89 was expended in the purchase of new equipment, as
follows: 19 motor-graders, 5 tractors, 25 loaders, 1 pull-grader, 1 air track drill, 2 compaction rollers, 2 asphalt distributers, 2 30-ton low-bed trailers, 3 road rollers, 214 trucks,
2 wobble-wheel rollers, 1 rotary snow-plough, and sundry small equipment.
As of March 31st, 1958, this department is operating a total of 1,282 trucks, an
increase of 208 from the previous year.
In addition to the large quantity of small equipment, such as compressors, snow-
ploughs, road rollers, trailers, etc., this department is operating the following list of heavy
equipment as at March 31st, 1957: 2 mixing plants (bituminous), 7 crushers, 43 shovels,
210 motor-graders, 160 tractors, 10 screening plants, 7 pulvimixers, and 15 motor and
pull scrapers.
F. A. MacLean,
Equipment Engineer. G 42 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REPORT OF THE INSURANCE AND SAFETY OFFICER
Hereunder are listed the statistics of accidents involving Government vehicles:—
Total number of accidents   4681
Number of claims in which we recovered our repair cost  88= $8,892.63
Recoveries pending  24=    4,581.12
Total   $13,473.75
Number of property damage claims in which we paid out... 92=$20,994.482
Bodily injury claims      4=    2,360.52
Various claims pending   16=    3,496.52
Total   $26,851.52
Number of accidents in which no claim either side  253
Number of accidents in which only Government vehicles involved  103
1 In 1956/57 there were 443 accidents.
2 Highest single property-damage claim, $7,937.38.
Motor-vehicles Involved in Accidents
(1956/57 figures in parentheses.)
Department
Agriculture
Attorney-General     17
Finance      11
Forest Service  118
Health     38
Highways and Public Works  207
Lands       3
Recreation and Conservation     29
Welfare      15
All others     22
mber
Percentage of
Accident Total
(7)
1.7
(1.6)
(26)
3.6
(5.9)
(11)
2.4
(2.4)
(112)
25.2
(25.3)
(30)
8.1
(6.8)
(211)
44.2
(47.6)
(5)
0.7
6.2
(1.2)
(25)
3.2
(5.6)
(16)
4.7
100.0
(3.6)
(443)
(100.0)
Totals  468
Comparisons by Years of Claims Paid or Pending against the Government
1954/55  $11,717 1956/57   $16,230
1955/56    15,450 1957/58    26,851
Damages Recovered or Pending Recovery
1954/55  $10,214 1956/57  $17,065
1955/56    15,791 1957/58    13,473
Damage Cost
Estimated damage to Government vehicles  $56,118
Less damages recovered or pending recovery     13,473
Net cost to repair Government damage  $42,645
Add claims paid, or pending, to others     26,851
Estimated total damage cost resulting from accidents  $69,496 REPORT OF THE INSURANCE AND SAFETY OFFICER G 43
Workmen's Compensation Board Claims and Payments
Workmen's Compensation Board claims, including medical care, are as follows:—
Total payments in 1957 calendar year  $391,884!
Payments for claims which originated during 1957      230,466x
Includes two fatal accidents and six permanent partial disability accidents, $30,352.
Workmen's Compensation Board payments to Highways personnel are as follows:—
Total 1957 payments in calendar year  $142,680x
Payments for claims originating in 1957        85,373!
1 Included are one fatal and four permanent partial disability accidents, $15,624.
Safety promotional work was carried out by films, posters, etc., and safety committees are functioning in most districts.
Nineteen meetings of the Interdepartmental Safety Committee were held, with an
average attendance of seven members. We wish to express our thanks and appreciation
to the members for their co-operation.
In addition to claims arising out of automobile accidents, a great many more claims
of various kinds were dealt with, such as those arising on ferries, flood claims, bridges
collapsing, bridge-decking failure, landslides, etc.
J. A. Lonsbury,
Insurance and Safety Officer.
REPORT OF THE SENIOR LOCATION ENGINEER
Highway location surveys and design completed during the fiscal year 1957/58
are detailed in the following report, totalling 432.23 miles of preliminary surveys and
134.80 miles of office design and estimates.
Aerial reconnaissance mapping of alternate routes for the Castlegar-Meadows
Siding relocation of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway was prepared to facilitate
the selection of route. Aerial mapping was also provided to facilitate the location of
the North Thompson Highway route from Blue River to the Alberta Boundary.
The completed mileage of final office design and estimates is substantially less than
the previous year. This is a result of the intricate and involved freeway design being
undertaken in connection with the Trans-Canada and Vancouver—Blaine Highways in
the Lower Mainland.
The total cost of surveys amounted to $1,262,278.39, which is detailed as follows: —
Trans-Canada Highway      $254,796.73
General highways        694,744.41
Legal surveys  99,818.46
Mining-roads (Cassiar Road)         212,918.79
Total  $1,262,278.39
Legal surveys of right-of-way, completed by Department personnel, private land
surveyors, and in conjunction with the Surveyor-General's Department, are not detailed
in this report. Sunset Creek Bridge, Vancouver-Squamish Highway.
Pitt River Bridge, Lougheed Highway.
H_____UBBnBBH-H REPORT OF THE SENIOR LOCATION ENGINEER
G 45
SURVEY REPORT, APRIL 1st,  1957, TO MARCH 31st,  1958
Total
Mileage
Reconnaissance,
1957
Aerial
Mapping,
1957
Preliminary
Lines,
1957
Location
Survey,
1957
Office
Desien,
1957
Previously
Completed
Design
Trans-Canada Highway
0.41
5.75
12.30
28.50
10.30
2.96
5.92
8.85
2.76
8.08
3.00
4.86
12.99
3.60
3.90
32.56
21.10
5.00
25.00
1.00
1.00
3.50
12.30
1.00
3.30
7.46
17.20
2.10
24.80
0.41
4.60
29.00
10.30
8.50
0.50
2.70
1.20
4.86
12.99
3.90
12.00
21.10
2.50
9.30
7.06
2.96
1.30
0.91
8.08
3.60
17.85
19.27
Taylor Way-Second Narrows (tour-lane express-
2.50
Second Narrows-Port Mann  (four- to eight-lane
Port Mann-Abbotsford (four- to six-lane freeway)
Abbotsford-Vedder   Crossing   (four-   to   six-lane
expressway)  	
1.00
4 62
2.85
Boston Bar-Salkeld Flats (1957 revision)	
2.76
3.60
9.61
Totals —   	
30.00
5.50
68.16
112.06
72.83
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
Osoyoos By-pass -	
5.88
11.75
26.73
21.41
17.71
2.05
19.20
1.73
15.20
26.55
4.23
1.32
30.00
50.00
10.00
2.00
35.00
18.00
4.06
7.04
1.32
11.89
1.22
4.23
1.32
0.81
0.05
6.00
1.32
...
11.85
15.52
	
2.00
6.11
6.17
92.00
35.00
30.42
18.66
8.18
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
15.06
31.40
15.40
20.43
2.70
28.40
20.40
9.19
107.00
51.00
25.00
10.00
20.00
17.00
3.40
5.00
4.40
5.32
19.19
17.50
3.80
2.12
12.70
1.19
23.00
1.64
Hazelton-Seaton —.  —-	
7.66
15.56
Totals  	
55.00
17.00
37.31
60.31
     1     	
Okanagan Highway
4.22
6.18
5.79
6.00
6.00
8.51
7.10
6.97
7.22
1.09
3 13
12.00
15.61
14.19
1.09
Cariboo Highway
12.17
11.40
1      2.16
            3.10
12.17
5 00
Totals -	
     |      5.26
12.17    |     	
Island Highways
1.00
34.40
38.80
82.40
150.00
0.20
50.00
1.00
6.95
11.30
1.00
3.14
13.68
6.00
0.20
50.00
19.25
24.02 G 46
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SURVEY REPORT, APRIL 1st,  195"
, TO MARCH 3 1st
1958-
—Continued
Total
Mileage
Reconnaissance,
1957
Aerial
Mapping,
1957
Preliminary
Lines,
1957
Location
Survey,
1957
Office
Design,
1957
Previously
Completed
Design
North Thompson Highway
Little Fort-Blue River	
94.00
73.00
	
73.00
73.00
	
14.55
8.83
6.00
Totals.—    	
	
73.00
73.00
14.55
8.83
Lower Mainland Roads
Oak Street Bridge-Deas Tunnel (four-lane freeway)
Deas Tunnel-U.S. Border (four-lane freeway)	
Squamish-Woodfibre	
4.62
18.50
7.00
8.02
5.97
5.72
4.00
3.22
1.05
3.77
5.10
7.30
8.02
5.97
5.72
2.22
1.00
2.40
Gibsons west     - -	
Totals 	
 -    I          1
12.04
32.11
3.22
Cassiar Road
252.00
80.00
30.00
82.00
80.00
28.02
23.10
25.55
Aiyansh-Meziadin Lake (alternate route) 	
Totals 	
30.00
162.00
28.02
23.10
 -    1     	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway
Fort Steele-Wasa             	
5.50
24.31
26.33
14.32
25.00
30.00
35.27
27.72
5.50
37.68
26.33
10.69
Wasa-Canal Flats	
South Vermilion-Spillimacheen -	
3.63
Totals -	
55.00    |     	
62.99
69.51
10.69
Miscellaneous Highways
0.77
20.00
25.00
33.20
15.00
1.48
1.00
13.08
15.00
2.00
2.00
0.70
11.51
3.10
14.42
1.67
3.06
11.90
10.36
30.20
8.80
1.48
1.44
0.77
0.55
25.30
Williams Lake-Meldrum Creek-  	
North Kamloops By-pass ,.,	
	
Terrace-Lakelse   	
Totals   	
19.00
	
34.46
64.18
26.62
Grand totals	
416.00
292.50
322.81
432.23
134.80
	
J. P. Hague,
Senior Location Engineer.
REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL OFFICER
The first phases of reorganization took place in April, 1956. Further decentralization continues to take place. During this fiscal year the Materials Testing Division of
the Research and Development Branch established permanent laboratories at regional
centres, with facilities for both construction and maintenance. Regional Location Engineers have been appointed, and closer co-ordination of activities is gradually becoming
evident.
One of the highlights was the abrupt levelling-off of recruitment and resignations,
with the exception of the stenographic and junior clerical groups.
There was a remarkable increase in applications from professional engineers, partially created by emigration from Europe. There was also a large increase in the number
of university students available for summer work. Following are applications received
directly by the personnel office:— REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL OFFICER G 47
Clerical and stenographic  13
Engineering aides   310
Ferries    34
Labour   23
Mechanics and equipment operators   39
Miscellaneous    168
Professional and resident engineers  223
Students   229
Weigh-scale and traffic  18
Total  1,057
The Department suffered a severe loss by the sudden death of our Departmental
Comptroller, J. E. (Eddy) Moore, who died October 4th, 1957. His replacement was
A. E. Rhodes, formerly Chief Accountant in the Department of Lands and Forests.
The major undertaking of the year was staff reduction. In co-operation with the
Civil Service and our branch heads, replacements were restricted to a minimum, and
adjustments were made in the operation of the particular procedures to reduce unnecessary work. The over-all reduction in staff during the year exceeded 5 per cent, and at
the peak period of employment our work force totalled 5,047; low was 3,895.
H. C. Davies,
Personnel Officer.
REPORT OF THE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER
TESTING BRANCH
The Testing Branch co-operated with the other branches in problems involving the
application of soil mechanics, foundations, and concrete technology to highway and
bridge construction.
Two truck-mounted power-drills and one B.B. S2 diamond-drill are employed for
sub-surface investigation of bridge-sites, large highway fills, landslides, and gravel-pits.
As present demand for these services is greater than the equipment can handle, certain
investigations are completed by contract drilling.
A total of twenty-four bridge-sites were drilled. From the information obtained, the
type and bearing capacity of foundations is determined for use by the Bridge Department.
Six major landslides were investigated, with recommendations submitted for stabilization. The most notable is Drynoch Slide, 6 miles south of Spences Bridge, where an
estimated 27,000,000 tons of material is on the move.
Fifty-two gravel-pits were drilled and proved for quality and quantity of aggregate.
Soil surveys to provide soil profiles were conducted on seven complete projects. Altogether more than 11,000 feet of test-holes were drilled during the year.
The Branch extended its research to highway construction. One highway test
section has been installed on Lulu Island to determine whether satisfactory highways
can be built on top of peat. A pavement evaluation programme was instituted this year
for the purpose of determining the most economical design for all-weather highways.
Strength tests are being conducted on all major highways. The application of air-photo
interpretation to highway construction is also being studied. Gravel-pits, landslide areas,
and muskeg deposits are being located and evaluated from the aerial photographs.
The laboratory facilities have been expanded in the regional offices, and much of
the standard testing is now being carried out at Kamloops, Prince George, Vancouver,
and Nelson. The Victoria laboratory performed 212 detailed tests, involving consolidation, triaxial, and shear strengths, in addition to some 6,700 routine tests. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway near Wardner.
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway 6 miles south of Cranbrook.
■* REPORT OF THE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER G 49
TRAFFIC BRANCH
This Branch has continued the programme of traffic operations involving highway-
signing, pavement-marking, traffic-volume surveys, channelization, lighting installations,
signalization studies and installations, and railroad-crossing protection signals.
Highway signs throughout the Province are in good condition, as almost all of them
are less than 6 years old.   New signs were manufactured in the Department's sign-shop.
Liaison was maintained with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Traffic Section)
with respect to accident-prone locations. Improvements at dangerous locations on the
highways were made where possible. Many existing and new speed-limit zones were
studied, with the object of setting reasonable yet safe limits. Radar equipment was used
in making studies of vehicular speeds.
In conjunction with the Materials Engineer, traffic paints were evaluated in the
laboratory and on the road in order to purchase the most economical paint in terms of
cost and service. This year 1,848 miles of highway were painted, using 26,800 gallons
of paint and 127,500 pounds of glass bead.    Average cost per road mile was $75.14.
Traffic signals were installed at sixteen intersections. The largest highway lighting
installation yet undertaken by the Department was completed on the south approaches
to Oak Street Bridge. Advantage was taken of the Federal Grade Crossing Elimination
Fund to install automatic railway-crossing signals at nine crossings.
Ten of the Department's permanent weigh-scale stations were put into operation
under this Branch, using Department personnel. Two new permanent scales are being
installed at Prince George and Dawson Creek, and these should be in operation early
next year.
Traffic planning and design was carried out by liaison with the Bridge and Location
Branches to ensure that facilities being planned were adequate, safe, and efficient for the
expected traffic volume.    A small origin-destination survey was conducted in the Trail
area to assist in the planning of a new Columbia River Bridge.   Considerable time was
also spent on the Technical Committee for Metropolitan Highway Planning, whose work
in planning and reporting on a network of restricted access highways in the Greater
Vancouver area is of prime importance due to the very rapid growth of population and
vehicular travel in that area. „  „  „,
E. B. Wilkins,
Research and Development Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT
Right-of-way negotiations for the 1957/58 fiscal year resulted in a total of 1,214
settlements being completed.    This includes ninety-three supplementary settlements.
Five claims were referred to arbitration proceedings for adjudication.
Costs of right-of-way and all other properties acquired for public purposes by the
Department totalled $1,909,215.87. The foregoing includes holdings obtained by the
Department on behalf of the British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority.
Sales by public tender of lands acquired surplus to highway requirements and of
buildings to be cleared from rights-of-way numbered forty-three, with a recovery in funds
in the amount of $50,394.67 to the Department. Revenue from rentals prior to the
public disposal of these buildings yielded $5,387.50.
The high standard of design required for the freeways has, of necessity, resulted in
substantial increased cost for rights-of-way, particularly in the Lower Mainland areas.
This is reflected in the current report and will become more pronounced as the freeway
programme advances. T   T M
Chief Right-of-way Agent. G 50 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS
Five mountain-top radio-sites were developed during the year at locations near
Kamloops, Merritt, Boston Bar, Allison Pass, and Princeton. These sites vary in elevation from 4,100 to 6,600 feet.
Contracts were let for power-line construction to the sites at Boston Bar and Princeton. Power-lines to sites at Kamloops and Merritt were constructed by the British
Columbia Power Commission.
Roads were constructed by our Department to the Kamloops, Merritt, and Boston
Bar sites.
Frame buildings, to house equipment, were constructed by Departmental crews for
sites near Kamloops, Merritt, Boston Bar, Allison Pass, and Princeton.
Radio equipment was installed at eight remote sites near Clinton, Cache Creek,
Kamloops, Merritt, Boston Bar, Hope, Allison Pass, and Princeton. Base stations were
installed at Merritt, Boston Bar, Allison Pass, Princeton, and Barriere.
Fifty-three mobile radio-telephones were installed. This gives mobile units communication on highways in the Merritt, Clinton, Spences Bridge, Lytton, Boston Bar, and
Hope areas, and from Hope through Princeton to Keremeos, also the Barriere area.
Two terminals of microwave radio equipment were installed—one at Kamloops
regional headquarters and the other at the site on Domes Mountain—to funnel the
conversations from the site to regional headquarters. A capacity of six conversations
is presently installed on these units.
W. F. Conlan,
Superintendent of Communications.
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES
There was no change in the total number of ferries operated under the jurisdiction
of the Department of Highways during the 1957/58 fiscal year. The fleet comprised
fifty-nine ferries, which are described as follows: Twelve Government-owned major
ferries, eleven Government-owned power-cable ferries, sixteen Government-owned reaction ferries, nine Government-owned miscellaneous ferries, and eleven privately owned
chartered ferries.
All ferries were inspected during this period, and necessary overhaul work and
dry-docking, etc., were carried out during slack seasons. Relief vessels were used
wherever possible during lay-off periods, and the whole system operated with a minimum
of inconvenience to the public. The Department now has two spare barge ferries that
are used to relieve any of the smaller ferries during overhaul periods. One of these
barges carries seven or eight vehicles, and is demountable into three sections, which are
shipped by rail to any point in the Province. During this period this sectional barge
relieved the Twelve Mile Ferry, Twenty-four Mile Ferry, Needles Ferry, and Castlegar
Ferry. The other barge ferry relieved the Denman Island Ferry during the overhaul
period.
NEW CONSTRUCTION AND MAJOR REPAIRS
The ferry "Agassiz " was completely overhauled and new engines installed. It was
renamed the " T'Lagunna " and commenced twenty-four-hour service between Albion
and Langley in June, 1957.
A spare barge owned by the Department was overhauled and converted into a spare
ferry for relief work.
. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES
G 51
New ferry-landings were built at Montague Harbour on Galiano Island and at Village
Bay on Mayne Island. Extensive repairs were carried out on the Kootenay Lake Ferry
landings and dry-dock moorings.
FERRIES, FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
Name of Ferry
Expenditure
Revenue
Profit
Loss
Upper Nass 	
Herrling Island.  	
Denman Island— -	
Campbell River-Quathiaski Cove1
Hornby Island1 _	
Barnston Island	
Ladner  - __. 	
Albion  	
Texada Island1—	
Woodfibre.- _	
Saltspring Island  _	
Gabriola Island -	
Thetis Island	
Copper River  _.	
Usk   	
Blackpool — - -	
Monte Creek-— — _ 	
McLure -	
Little Fort -	
Big Bar — _	
High B ar	
Pavilion   	
Kelowna  -  	
Twelve Mile.—	
Twenty-four Mile	
Upper Arrow Lakes..
Shuswap  -
Lytton	
North Bend	
Richter Basket-
Arrow Park	
Needles 	
Creston	
Glade 	
Harrop . 	
Kootenay Lake-
Nelson 	
Nicks Island	
Castlegar-
Renata-Deer Park—
Lower Arrow Lakes-
Gravelle	
Macalister  _
Soda Creek—	
Hansard	
Isle Pierre  —
Francois Lake	
Hudson Hope	
Clayhurst....
East Pine Basket..
Cedarvale. 	
Kitwanga	
Totals..
$2,293.74
465.90
28,270.11
6,300.00
9,424.66
26,465.91
158,858.15
90,630.37
15,012.25
48,228.57
84,417.61
26,078.48
2,683.64
5,998.60
6,792.70
9,802.85
4,029.01
5,408.63
6,949.34
5,929.93
975.16
4,549.10
233,708.17
33,394.14
21,205.08
84,516.34
11,916.67
10,449.62
36,539.26
167.27
28,362.36
24,090.97
15,407.35
12,552.38
20,485.27
225,218.86
30,559.91
9,296.40
56,528.04
11,009.62
29,000.00
6,574.83
5,920.66
6,092.11
7,517.09
6,819.51
58,320.29
2,237.00
27,613.16
4,546.52
4,755.04
6,713.92
8,329.20
185,390.50
47,482.45
10,681.15
$26,532.35
243,349.35
9,641.18
28,470.73
6,575.90
246,211.00
20,992.14
1,140.00
$2,293.74
465.90
19,940.91
6,300.00
9,424.66
26,465.91
43,147.92
15,012.25
37,547.42
84,417.61
26,078.48
2,683.64
5,998.60
6,792.70
9,802.85
4,029.01
5,408.63
6.949.34
5,929.93
975.16
4,549.10
33,394.14
21,205.08
56,045.61
11,916.67
10,449.62
29,963.36
167.27
28,362.36
24,090.97
15,407.35
12,552.38
20,485.27
30,559.91
9,296.40
56,528.04
11,009.62
29,000.00
6,574.83
5,920.66
6,092.11
7,517.09
6,819.51
57,180.29
2,237.00
27,613.16
4,546.52
4,755.04
6,713.92
$1,581,082.55    | $777,630.28    I    $57,165.67    |  $860,617.94
I I      I	
Subsidized ferries. G 52
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED
(LANDINGS NOT INCLUDED)
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
' Rolf Bruhn " Ferry—Cutting into Sections at Shuswap Lake and Reassembling at Coast for Woodfibre-Squamish Service (omitted from 1956/57
Report):5
Allied Builders Ltd  - - - 	
John Manly Ltd.—   __
Victoria Machinery Depot Co. Ltd-
Yarrows Ltd  	
Chemainus-Thetis Island Ferry—Construction of Steel Vehicle-ferry:
Somass Shipyard & Engineering Works _. 	
John Manly Ltd	
Allied Builders Ltd...
Alberni Engineering & Shipyard Ltd..
Star Shipyard Ltd 	
Burrard Shipyard Ltd-
Victoria Machinery Depot Co. Ltd..
YarrowsLtd _ 	
$15,840.00
$24,265.00
25,184.00
25,890.00
50,153.45
Awarded.
$51,426.90
51,954.00
59,711.81
61,677.26
67,920.00
79,906.00
89,537.00
Lump-sum bids. REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES
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REGIONAL REPORTS
REGION No.  1
D. D. Godfrey, Regional Engineer, New Westminster
Vancouver Island
The Trans-Canada Highway was completed on Vancouver Island with the exception of final pavement on 9 miles of the Malahat Summit. Work on the Island Highway
consisted of 4.5 miles widened and gravelled, with minor revisions south of Courtenay
in preparation for pavement by the Surfacing Branch; also on this highway approximately 2 miles of arterial highway was widened and paved with curb and gutter in Nanaimo. The Sayward Road in Comox District was paved by district and regional day-
labour crews for 4.6 miles.
The road to Crofton in Cowichan-Newcastle District was reconstructed and paved
by district and regional crews for 4 miles.
The district maintenance crew in Esquimalt District took over 24 miles of new
road from Jordan River to Port Renfrew. Logging companies constructed 18.5 miles
of this road under forest management licences and regional construction crews constructed 3.5 miles.
The main activity of district crews was reconstruction and asphalt surfacing of
branch and feeder roads either by road-mix pavement or double asphalt spray treatment.
Mileages of asphalt surfaced by districts were as follows: Esquimalt District, 13.5 miles;
Saanich District, 5.0 miles; Cowichan-Newcastle District, 5.5 miles; Nanaimo-Islands
District, 11.5 miles; Alberni District, 6.0 miles; and Comox District, 7.5 miles. Total
mileage of minor roads reconstructed and surfaced on Vancouver Island was 49 miles.
Mileages of minor roads reconstructed only were as follows: Cowichan-Newcastle
District, 1.0 mile; Nanaimo-Islands District, 2.5 miles; Alberni District, 1.0 mile; and
Comox District, 4.5 miles. Total mileage of minor roads reconstructed on Vancouver
Island (including the paved mileage above) was 58 miles.
A total of twenty-one new bridges were taken over on the Jordan River-Port Renfrew Road. They were all of log-stringer construction. Elsewhere on Vancouver Island,
ten bridges were replaced by culvert and fill, seven bridges were reconstructed, and nine
bridges were redecked.
New ferry-landings were constructed on Mayne, Gabriola, and Galiano Islands
and a new railway underpass was under construction in Lake Cowichan Village.
West Coast of Mainland and Fraser Valley
In Mackenzie District 6.5 miles of the Sunshine Coast Highway was reconstructed
south of Powell River and 13 miles repaved. Two miles of road at Bella Coola was
reconstructed and paved. Approximately 10 miles of minor roads were reconstructed.
Three bridges were reconstructed, including a major bridge at Mission Creek on Sechelt
Peninsula.
In North Vancouver District the Upper Levels Highway was completed and the
arterial highway in North Vancouver widened and paved with curb and gutter from Lonsdale to Mountain Highway.
In Burnaby District the Lougheed Highway was reconstructed to four lanes from
North Road to Boundary Road, and Edmonds Street (arterial highway) was widened,
paved, and curb and gutter laid from Kingsway to Grandview Highway. Two third-lane
sections were constructed on Grandview Highway. The above work throughout the
district totalled a distance of 9 miles.
In Dewdney District the Lougheed Highway was reconstructed in various sections
for a total distance of approximately 7 miles.   This included approaches to four bridges I
G 56 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
under renewal on this highway. One third-lane section was completed west of Mission.
Three miles of minor roads were reconstructed.
The following bridges were completed in Dewdney District, all on Lougheed Highway: Harrison Bridge, Pitt River Bridge, Silver Creek, Kanaka Creek, Dewdney Bridge,
Deroche Bridge, and Pumphouse Bridge. Approximately 8 miles of Lougheed Highway
were paved, and 4 miles were paved on the Port Moody-Ioco-Sunnyside Road. Three
miles were asphalt-surfaced on the Harrison Lake Road.
In Delta District the south approach to the Pattullo Bridge was much improved in
traffic flow by the construction of a diversion to Scott Road. The Pacific Highway was
reconstructed for 0.6 mile and a previously reconstructed section paved for 2.5 miles.
The road from Langley and to the Albion Ferry was improved, and another third-lane
section was installed on the Trans-Canada Highway.
The Oak Street Bridge was completed and opened and new bridges built on Haldi
Island and Chiluckthan Slough.
In Chilliwack District, reconstruction of the Trans-Canada Highway by contract
proceeded. District forces completed reconstruction of 5.1 miles of the Columbia Valley
Highway at Cultus Lake.
In the northern section of the region in Prince Rupert District, further progress
was made on the Masset-Port Clements Road on Queen Charlotte Islands and further
improvements on the Port Clements-Queen Charlotte City Road.
A start was made on the Port Edwards-Cassiar Cannery Road. The Gallow Rapids
Bridge on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway was improved by replacing the north
trestle approach with fill. Asphalt base-course surfacing was laid over 6 miles of the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
In Skeena District (West) the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway was paved by
pulvimixing over 21.1 miles. The Terrace-Kitimat Road was opened to traffic. One
new bridge was built by district crews and four bridges reconstructed. In the Atlin District (South) three bridges were reconstructed and one replaced by fill. The wing-dam
at Stewart on the Bear River was extended and widened, and gravelling was carried out
on the Bear River Road.
In the northern area a fair amount of damage was caused by the spring thaw. In
the remainder of the region an exceptionally light winter cut snow-removal to an absolute minimum.
Maintenance was carried out to all roads, bridges, and ferries throughout the year
without any serious interruption to traffic at any time.
REGION No. 2
D. R. McLeod, Regional Engineer, Kamloops
Maintenance
Routine maintenance was carried out on all highways and roads during the year.
A wet summer complicated surface maintenance in some districts but assisted in others.
Considerable improvement of secondary and side roads was achieved by widening,
ditching, gravelling, installing metal and concrete culverts, and blasting narrow rock
sections. With the co-operation of the property owners, adequate room for maintenance
and snow-removal was attained in many locations by moving fences back to 33 feet from
centre line of the travelled portion of the roads. Calcium chloride was applied in many
settled areas where heavy traffic created dust nuisance to property-owners.
Particular attention was paid to trunk and main highways. Numerous rock-slides
and mud-slides on the Trans-Canada Highway were removed. Vegetation-control by
spraying with chemicals was undertaken fairly extensively. Other chemicals than 2,4-D
were tried in small areas to reduce crop damage and, although effective, were found to REGIONAL REPORTS G 57
be very expensive. Close attention was paid to sign and guard-rail maintenance. Extensive pavement patching with cold mix was undertaken, principally on the Cariboo and
Okanagan Highways. Shoulder maintenance was carried out, and on the Hope-Princeton
Highway some shoulder widening was done. The usual stream problems were met;
several washouts occurred, particularly in the Dry Belt. Creeks were cleaned where
public bridges and highways were endangered.
Reconstruction
Reconstruction by day-labour went ahead well during the year. Sixty-one miles of
trunk and main highways were reconstructed and 238.9 miles of other roads. A wet
summer slowed dirt-moving to some extent, but a fairly late fall enabled much lost
time to be picked up. Major reconstruction work was done on the North Thompson,
Kamloops-Princeton, Lytton-Lillooet, and Revelstoke-Arrowhead Highways. Other
widening and improvement work was done on the Okanagan, Cariboo, and Kamloops-
Vernon Highways. Good use was made of the Department's three rubber-tired scrapers.
These have proved very successful in operation. They were used principally on the
Merritt-Kamloops and North Thompson Highways and the Paul Lake Road.
Bridges
Maintenance of bridges was carried out satisfactorily throughout the year. Twenty-
one bridges were reconstructed by regional and district crews. One hundred and seventeen bridges were repaired and nine bridges eliminated and replaced by culvert and fill.
The bridge at Carnes Creek on the Big Bend was replaced with a Bailey span. The
Bailey was erected on the old bridge deck and the old bridge blasted out from under.
The new Bridge River Bridge north of Lillooet used the trusses from the old Nanaimo
Bridge on Vancouver Island.  This bridge was constructed by the regional bridge crew.
A temporary trestle bridge for detour was constructed at Savona for the Bridge
Branch.
Surfacing
Seventy miles of road mix were done in the region in 1957/58. This work was done
principally on subdivision roads and side-roads.
Ferries
General maintenance and operation of ferries was undertaken throughout the year,
with some minor interruption of service in some reaction ferries due to high water and ice.
The Kelowna Ferry M.V. " Lloyd-Jones" was taken out of the water for an overhaul. The Black Pool Ferry on the North Thompson River was lost in the spring due to
a snag striking one of the timber pontoons. A Department truck was lost with the ferry
but was later recovered in the fall 6 miles down-stream. A new ferry was constructed and
put into service. A new 10-ton ferry was also constructed to replace the old 5-ton timber
ferry at Little Fort.
Snow-removal
Snowfall was generally a little below average. The mild winter, however, required
more extensive sanding, particularly on the Cariboo Highway near Clinton and the Trans-
Canada Highway near Kamloops. Two large sanders were in operation at Kamloops and
proved very useful. The even spread of abrasive provided a better surface and reduced
the quantity of material used.
The new Department-designed snowplough S-5000 was in use on the Hope-
Princeton Highway and the Big Bend. The plough proved capable of ploughing deep
snow on steep grades at speeds up to 40 miles per hour. G 58 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
Radio
The radio network was further extended within the region to cover the Hope-
Princeton Highway and the Trans-Canada Highway in the Fraser Canyon. Some trouble
was experienced in the winter due to icing of the repeater antennas. The Kamloops
repeated was moved to a higher hill, and much better range resulted. The radio has
proved a very useful auxiliary in engineering control and also for equipment direction in
emergencies such as washouts and snow-storms.
REGION No. 3
D. F. Martin, Regional Engineer, Nelson
Columbia District
Roads
On the Trans-Canada Highway from Donald north a clearing project was started
on a 12.6-mile section. Local labourers were hired to ease the unemployment situation,
and between thirty and fifty men were employed continually.
The Kootenay-Columbia Highway received considerable attention between Mile
18.5 and Mile 33.5; 7.1 miles of previous construction were completed and gravelled,
5.5 miles of new construction were completed, and 2.5 miles were cleared in preparation
for construction. Between Mile 41.5 and Mile 51.6, 10.1 miles were reconstructed and
gravelled. Between Mile 56 and Mile 57.7, 1.7 miles of reconstruction were completed
over South Vermilion by contract.
Bridges
Spillimacheen No. 67 was replaced.   Seven bridges were replaced by culverts.
Snow-removal
Heavy sanding was carried out over the winter. Lighter snowfall than average was
reported.
Cranbrook District
Roads
The Southern Trans-Provincial Highway between Nelson-Creston District boundary
and the City of Cranbrook, reconstructed by contract, was completed for 20.14 miles, and
this section is now up to standard and ready for paving. Additional work was done from
the east limits of the City of Cranbrook to the Cranbrook Overhead Crossing.
The Kootenay-Columbia Highway, from Cranbrook Railway Overhead Crossing to
1.5 miles north, was surfaced with road-mix asphalt. Four miles east of Kimberley were
reconstructed and paved.
Improvements were made on Smith Lake Road and Eager Hill-Fort Steele Road.
Eleven miles of residential streets and roads were oiled.
Bridges
The district made major repairs to St. Mary River (Wyecliffe) Bridge.
Fernie District
Roads
Improvements were made to the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway at Mile
573, Mile 586, and Mile 600 to improve alignment, to construct truck lane, and to
eliminate dangerous rock-slide sections. REGIONAL REPORTS G 59
On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway, north 4 miles were reconstructed from Wasa
Slough to Wasa Bridge.
On the McBaynes Lake Road, 2.1 miles were reconstructed and paved to service
this resort.
Bridges
Brule Creek No. 67 and Woodland Bridge No. 45 were rebuilt. Other bridges were
maintained as needed.
River Protection Work
Bulldozing was carried out in Elk River and Michel Creek and rip-rap was placed
to protect the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Roads
On the Rock Creek-McCulloch Road, formerly Kettle River West, 4.67 miles were
relocated between Mile 3 and Mile 8. This eliminated two bridges and four railroad
crossings. A start was made on an additional 3 miles of this road between Mile 46 and
Mile 49. Widening and gravelling were carried out for approximately 4 miles on the
Kettle River Main from Mile 2 to Mile 11. This project was approximately 50 per cent
completed.
Bridges
The Yale Bridge in the City of Grand Forks was completed and traffic was routed
over the new steel-truss bridge. The district reconstructed Harper No. 1 Bridge, and High
Bridge No. 128 was replaced with culvert and fill. Other bridges were maintained as
required.
Kaslo-Slocan District
Roads
Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, for a total of 9 miles, was reconstructed, although
not entirely completed. At Perry Siding, 2.2 miles were under construction but not
completed. At Enterprise, 4 miles north of Slocan City, IV2 miles were completed.
South and east of Nakusp, 3 miles were completed, while the Monashee section was
under construction for 2.3 miles; this was solid rock and the work was only 70 per cent
completed.
On the Nelson-Kaslo Highway, Woodbury Creek section, 0.5 mile of rock work was
80 per cent completed and the previous year's construction was gravelled.
Miscellaneous work was done in the Kaslo-Lardeau area.
Bridges
The district eliminated Seven Mile Bridge (No. 301) with a culvert. New bridges
were constructed on the Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway at Nakusp Creek, McDonald
Creek, and Springer Creek. In the Arrowpark vicinity, Mosquito Creek Bridge was
started, and in Lardeau, Duncan River Bridge (No. 57) was completed.
Nelson-Creston District
Roads
On the Balfour-Coffee Creek section of the Nelson-Kaslo Highway, 3.3 miles
were reconstructed. A large portion of this was through very heavy rock. A total of 2.4
miles were paved by district forces. "
G 60 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
About 2 miles of narrow road were widened on the Kootenay Bay-Kuskanook
section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Last year's construction on the Harrop-Procter Road was gravelled and paved by
Department forces. Several roads in the Creston-Wynndel area used for hauling fruit
were improved and paved. In the Nelson area, Upper Longbeach Road was reconstructed, View Street was reconstructed for entrance to the new city hospital, and the
Ferry West Road was widened and improved.
Department forces paved 4 miles of the Vernon-South Slocan Highway and 2 miles
of the Salmo-Nelway Highway.
Bridges
Nelson Toll Bridge was completed and opened for traffic on November 17th, 1957.
Ferries
M.V. " Balfour" and M.V. "Anscomb" were kept busy during summer months
with increased traffic.   Nelson Ferry was taken out of service.
Rossland-Trail District
Roads
The Southern Trans-Provincial Highway through Glenmerry was reconstructed,
giving 2.6 miles of highway that by-passes the residential area. Entrances are restricted
and speed-limit has not been curtailed.
Schofield Highway between Warfield and Rossland had a truck lane added for a
distance of approximately 1 mile; considerable rock was encountered.
One and one-half miles of the Deer Park Road was reconstructed, with the Columbia
River Overflow Bridge replaced by pile trestle structure. Culvert and fill was attempted
but sheer strength of the base material was not sufficient to carry the fill.
Bridges
Five bridges were replaced by culvert and fill.
REGION No. 4
R. S. Cunliffe, Regional Engineer, Prince George
Region No. 4 is the northern administrative area of the Province, comprised of
some 230,000 square miles, over two-thirds of British Columbia.
The silt soils of the Interior Plateau pose serious highway construction and maintenance problems, requiring considerable ingenuity in overcoming them. In the Peace
River area heavy clays predominate and gravel deposits are scarce. Farther north the
terrain is variable, and rock, muskeg, and gravels are common.
During the last six years there has been a general increase in precipitation throughout the area, as much as 150 per cent over the long-range mean in some years. As a
result, there is a continuing incidence of fill failures and landslides as the saturation increases.   Such slides and failures cause costly repairs and corrective activities.
The winter of 1957/58 was the mildest on record, with two pronounced effects.
First, snow-removal costs were reduced, while a high standard of winter maintenance
was enjoyed. Second, the shallow frost-line and high ground-water gave rise to ice lens-
ing close to the surface and resulted in a severe break-up. In normal years the ice lenses
form at a depth of 8 feet and do not melt until July and August, after there has been considerable gain in roadway strength. REGIONAL REPORTS G 61
In addition to capital improvements carried out by the various Department branches,
$2,100,000 was spent on day-labour development by the districts of the region. Concerted effort was applied to the reconstruction of the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,
and 23.35 miles were rebuilt. Some strengthening was accomplished on the south end
of the John Hart Highway, but as the heavy pipe-haul was still in progress for the West-
coast transmission-line and as the P.G.E. construction was continuing, further development was deferred.
Atlin District (North)
Construction activity on the Stewart-Cassiar Road increased the maintenance required on the portions already built. The asbestos and provision haul to the Cassiar
mine continued north to the Alaska Highway.
Cariboo District (North)
Landslides obliterated a portion of the access road to the Western Plywoods plant
at Quesnel early in the summer. A high-standard access road on new location was
speedily provided. In addition, reconstruction to standard was continued on the road
to historic Barkerville, now a heavy lumber-haul road.
Fort George District
Two equipment-sheds were constructed—at Tete Jaune and at Honeymoon Creek
on the John Hart Highway. The Honeymoon Creek construction permitted re-establishment of the John Hart Highway maintenance camp in better, though not yet permanent,
quarters.
Close co-operation was given by the Materials Engineer in advising corrective action
to be taken in base strengthening on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway and John
Hart Highway and on fill stabilization on the Cariboo Highway.
Omineca District (East and West)
These two districts handled the greatest expenditure on the Northern Trans-Provincial development. The M.V. " Jacob Henkel " operated throughout the winter on Francois Lake because of the open winter.
Peace River North and South Districts
Maintenance in these prairie-type districts was very satisfactorily performed. Peace
River South maintains the north half of the John Hart Highway under a special allocation
of funds. The Canadian Army maintains the main artery through the north district, with
the result that neither district must expend capital or maintenance funds on the main
through route.
The farm-to-market roads reflect the extra attention and expenditure which is
possible.
Skeena District (East)
Reconstruction on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway in this district was carried out in the high banks along the Skeena River. Heavy cut and fill sections were
encountered in the 5-mile section worked.
Maintenance Generally
The summer of 1957 was particularly wet, with few rain-free days being enjoyed
from June until September. Travel conditions were slightly worse than normal on the
gravel roads. G 62
HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Under Part III of the " Highway Act"
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT MARCH 31st, 1958
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities
33r
152r
39b
34r
33b
130r
32r
153r
3b
123r
256r
257r
258r
145b
138r
119b
36r
125b
221r
44r
43r
121r
216r
239r
122b
141b
78r
113r
243r
255r
126r
263r
264r
265r
224r
242r
134r
185r
186r
182r
223r
135b
129r
240r
75r
165r
57r
200r
116b
237r
133b
122r
229r
139b
144r
2.00
1.60
Arterial -	
Secondary
Arterial —	
Secondary   ..
Arterial	
Arterial	
0.43
1.50
0.90
1.65
1.35
1.06
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial 	
Cumberland Road, England Ave., and Fifth St.—
Van Home St., Baker St., and Cranbrook St	
1.10
1.03
1.70
0.38
0.50
Arterial	
Eighth St.
Arterial	
108th Ave., 17th St., 102nd Ave., and 12th St.
York Road, Tzouhalem Road, Government St.,
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial —	
1.73
1.46
0.68
1.11
Cliff St.
Secondary
0.16
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway  —.
0.60
2.40
1.75
1.70
0.70
0.75
Arterial	
Arterial	
Kamloops  -	
Arterial	
Arterial—	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary.	
Arterial	
Arterial -	
Arterial	
0.80
0.68
0.73
0.85
1.50
1.40
1.90
3.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
3.20
2.67
0.70
3.89
0.90
1.63
1.25
3.70
3.80
2.59
3.93
"A" Ave., Eighth Ave., and "C" Ave 	
Queensway, Ellis St., Bernard Ave., and Ver-
	
Arterial	
Warren Ave., Wallinger Ave.,  Ross St.,  and
Arterial	
Langley    	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial-	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Marine Drive, Third St., and Cotton Road 	
Nelson Ave., Anderson St., Front St., Ward St.,
Silica St., Stanley St., and Hall Mines Road..
Government Road, Railway St., and Vernon St. _
Okanagan  Highway,   Skaha  Lake  Road,   and
Main St.                                      	
Arterial	
Penticton	
Arterial	
Arterial -
Secondary
Arterial	
Okanagan   Highway,   Westminster   Ave.,   and
5.50
Trunk  Highway,   Third  Ave.,  Kingsway,   and
Arterial	
Port Coquitlam- 	
Central Arterial-— -  	
Lougheed Highway -   —- —
Arterial	
Arterial ..    .
Secondary    .
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial —	
Secondary
Arterial	
0.80
First Ave., Victoria St., Twentieth Ave., and
3.50
Patricia Ave. and Queen St  	
Shawatlans Road. Fredericks St., Eleventh Ave.,
Prince Rupert Boulevard, and McBride St.
Wilson St., Victoria Road, and Wales St	
Victoria Road, McKenzie Ave., Third St., Rail-
1.20
...
2.61
0.45
1.10
Rossland-Paterson  Highway,   Columbia Ave.,
St.  Paul  St.,  Le  Roi  Ave.,  and  Schofield
Highway    - 	
2.65 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
G 63
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31st,  1958—Continued
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities—
Continued
197r
23b
80b
87r
267r
127r
114b
Ir
14r
17r
135r
241r
14b
22b
170r
171r
172r
213r
121b
8r
260r
62b
106b
103r
166r
167r
201r
14b
115b
133r
40b
204r
126b
76r
82r
252R
26r
160r
214r
77r
259r
262r
22r
73b
4r
12r
23r
77b
96b
168r
247r
248r
249r
36b
144b
156r
157r
56b
109b
0.87
Salmon Arm-Enderby 	
Secondary
Secondary-
Arterial .—	
0.69
0.21
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway— —	
0.92
4.15
2.30
Arterial	
Vernon	
Thirty-second St., Forty-third Ave., and Twenty-seventh St — ,— 	
Thirtieth Ave., Thirtieth St., and Coldstream
Road                                      	
Secondary
Arterial	
0.78
	
84.33
16.76
District Municipalities
4.22
6.38
6.15
5.43
0.60
Hastings-Barnet  (Vancouver-Coquitlam Highway)              	
Central Arterial (Lougheed Highway)	
Grandview-Douglas Highway  —
Arterial	
Arterial	
	
Secondary
Secondary    ...
Arterial	
1.40
3.30
West Saanich Road 	
Scott   Road   and   portion   of  Mount  Newton
4.55
1.60
0.77
4.30
Secondary
Arterial	
2.00
Trans-Canada Highway (Yale Road) 	
15.27
1.00
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
3.65
0.88
Monashee Road (White Valley)	
Lougheed Highway ,	
9.00
7.50
0.40
1.55
15.85
Coquitlam  	
Arterial	
North Road (east half)             	
Secondary
Secondary	
1.40
Delta        	
Clarke Road - _.	
Road to ferry, Westminster Ave., Elliott St.,
1.05
Secondary
Arterial __	
7.80
1.00
Tillicum Road  -	
Secondary
Arterial	
0.54
0.78
0.93
5.40
13.72
2.37
0.41
4.04
6.00
11.00
12.46
7.88
5.27
9.10
Kelowna-Vernon -	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Kent	
Lougheed   Highway    (Deroche-Agassiz   Road
Arterial	
Kelly Road 	
Langley-	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Lougheed Highway.-	
River Road and Dewdney Trunk Road -	
Trans-Canada Highway (Yale Road) 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
10.80
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
15.50
12.10
2.50
4.20
3.30
2.00
Arterial —-	
Mount Sicker Road, Chemainus Road, Crofton
Road, and Chaplin Road 	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial -
4 25
10.00
1.00
6.00
Main St., Dollarton Highway, and Deep Cove
Road	
Secondary
Secondary	
1.73
Oak Bay   	
5.06
L G 64
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st,  1958—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
District Municipalities—
Continued
40r
21r
74b
75b
78b
79b
92b
66r
50b
84b
28r
174r
212r
228r
148b
38r
146r
24b
26b
143r
32b
6r
UlR
150r
238r
142b
245r
143b
2r
13r
15r
114r
125r
139r
90b
89r
132r
250r
24r
25r
93 b
97b
47r
5r
11r
149r
198r
49r
158r
120r
112r
105b
107b
234r
111b
45r
34b
35b
254r
Peachland-Kelowna —-	
Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk Road)	
Harris Road _ 	
7.16
3.23
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial—	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial—	
Arterial	
1.70
0.90
1.90
2.00
3.50
No. 5 Road- "    	
5.89
6.28
2.90
1.70
5.60
7.20
2.40
	
Arterial	
Secondary
0.09
8.25
4.70
Arterial-	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial-	
4.20
	
12.35
	
6.25
7.10
11.68
2.05
0.50
7.00
	
Arterial...	
Arterial- 	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
2.65
Powell River  	
Marine Ave.,  Ocean View Ave., Second St.,
Poplar Ave., First St., and Lund Highway
Fourth St	
9.50
1.70
12.91
9.55
14.11
1.00
9.50
7.43
Arterial....	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Scott Road	
1.50
0.10
10.45
0.70
Arterial 	
Abbotsford-Mission   Road   (Home   Ave.   and
Harbour St.) - 	
Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk Road)
Seventh St. and Grant Ave -  _
Cedar Valley Road (east half) 	
348.99
114.03
Town Municipalities
0.56
1.40
Arterial...	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial—	
Arterial 	
Arterial—	
Arterial—	
Arterial—	
Arterial 	
Arterial —	
Arterial—	
Secondary
Secondary    ...
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial-	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
0.70
0.50
1.28
Trans-Canada Highway (Yale Road)	
Abbotsford-Mission  	
Abbotsford By-pass   	
Brink St., Fourth St., and Railway Ave	
Prince Rupert Highway    	
Burns Lake-Francois Lake Road 	
Island Highway     	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway   -
Fifth Ave., Third Ave.,  and portion of Main
Road
3.24
1.20
Village Municipalities
Abbotsford -	
Ashcroft	
0.50
0.33
0.35
1.00
0.53
0.18
2.47
1.45
	
0.42
Mill Road
0.47
Comox Ave. and Anderton Road  - 	
Comox Ave., Wharf St., and Balmoral Ave.
Trans-Canada Highway (Canvon Road). -
Dunsmuir Ave     - -
Courtenay-Cumberland Road (Fourth St.)	
Vanderhoof-Stuart   Lake   Road   and   Fort  St.
1.14
1.00
0.83
0.36
0.21
1.70 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
G 65
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 3 1st,  1958—Continued
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
Village Municipalities—■
Continued
141r
142r
202r
129b
164r
120b
161r
179r
180r
266r
189r
181r
68r
98r
99r
261r
147b
106r
107r
108r
116r
236r
73r
101r
102r
130b
220r
246r
88r
109r
115r
118b
145r
137b
176r
177r
83r
194r
199r
127b
128b
94r
154r
230r
231r
244r
268r
146b
90r
50r
58b
222r
72r
215r
136b
219r
67b
86r
192r
251r
232r
233r
205r
206r
79r
190r
196r    !
I
1.00
1.00
1.85
Secondary
0.80
Gibsons Landing-Pender Harbour Highway
1.12
Secondary
Arterial	
0.88
Harrison Hot Springs    ..
Harrison Hot Springs Road and Lillooet Ave.
2.64
1.65
1.05
0.80
1.75
2.86
0.63
1.44
1.12
1.65
Trans-Canada Highway..	
Waterway Drive, Third St., and Bruce Ave	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway ,
Island Highway  .
Cowichan Lake Road and North Shore Road
Lumby  	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial ,
1.25
6.30
0.60
0.28
1.29
1.45
1.00
1.51
1.21
Main St.
Arterial	
Sixth St. and Fraser St.   ,           	
Arterial	
Main St. and Main St. South  	
Marysville — 	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Voght St.
Secondary
0.50
First Ave. and Main St	
0.64
1.00
0.91
1.10
0.84
Arterial _
Arterial	
Arterial .	
Arterial 	
Secondary
Arterial	
0.66
Main St., First Ave., and Lakeshore Drive 	
Fourth Ave 	
Island Highway  ■
1.22
27l5
0.76
0.43
0.64
1.30
Secondary
0.75
Arterial.	
Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe.. 	
Bridge St. and Merritt  (One Mile-Princeton)
Road.                          	
Arterial	
Arterial. 	
Southern   Trans-Provincial    (Hope-Princeton)
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
_
0.28
3.26
1.60
0.78
0.65
0.65
1.33
0.50
Jones St., Second Ave., Main St., and Station
RnaH
Salmo	
Arterial	
Sechelt—.. 	
Sidney 	
Fifth St., Queens Ave., and Resthaven Drive.
Arterial 	
Secondary
Arterial	
1.00
Silverton  _
0.45
1.45
Smithers	
Secondary
1 35
Galbraith Ave., Vancouver St., and Cleveland
Ave  	
2.27
1.78
0.80
Stewart	
Stewart-Bear River Highway  .	
Telkwa	
Secondary
Arterial...	
Secondary
1 00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway 	
KalumSt.	
1.45
0 50
Tofino 	
Tofino-Ucluelet Road   .
1.17
1.13
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Ucluelet	
Peninsula Road	
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Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.	
Fort St. James Highway  	
Warfield	
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Trail-Salmo-Nelson Highway	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Williams Lake.	
Railway Ave.	
Zeballos  -	
Zeballos Road 	
Arterial 	
76.18
11.93 G 66
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STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31st, 1958—Continued
Summary
City municipalities 	
District municipalities .
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Village municipalities .
Total classified highways 	
Deduct for duplicate mileage—
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey Municipalities
Arterial
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Lougheed Highway in City of Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam Municipality
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143.92
SNOW-REMOVAL, FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
Electoral District
Alberni	
Atlin (North)..
Atlin (South).
Burnaby..
Cariboo (North)..
Cariboo (South).
Chilliwack- —
Columbia	
Comox	
Cowichan-Newcastle..
Cranbrook	
Delta _
Dewdney 	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Fort George 	
Grand Forks-Greenwood.
Kamloops-	
Kaslo-Slocan 	
Lillooet	
Mackenzie 	
Nanaimo and The Islands.
Nelson-Creston..	
New Westminster- 	
North Okanagan..	
North Vancouver.	
Omineca (East)	
Omineca (West)	
Peace River North	
Peace River South _.
Prince Rupert	
Revelstoke _ 	
Rossland-Trail.  	
Saanich  	
Salmon Arm	
Similkameen	
Skeena (East)....
Skeena (West)..
South Okanagan..
Vancouver-Point Grey-
Yale  	
Miles Kept
Open by Plough
(or Attempted)
57.99
308.00
         63.80
22.18
675.00
844.00
56.82
364.21
774.01
102.20
330.00
40.57
83.44
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310.60
770.39
791.60
980.20
347.60
745.68
282.40
32.26
355.55
6.10
470.19
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535.95
550.40
678.50
521.60
95.70
173.55
204.98
15.40
        457.50
672.48
354.70
 215.75
626.00
5.90
586.00
Less credits .
Totals.
14,617.23
14,617.23
Total Cost
$4,553.51
60,711.25
21,741.11
239.12
77,770.68
95,959.90
2,088.73
50,221.14
11,050.31
4,743.59
57,748.88
1,483.45
2,772.59
2,384.77
35,876.05
140,241.73
70,361.23
130,470.95
77,237.89
78,137.21
17,776.37
2,299.50
101,297.76
40.01
46,544.84
883.00
35,786.45
62,934.79
96,319.14
121,518.91
6,864.12
97,629.90
57,442.00
54.25
32,150.61
142,446.70
47,547.52
41,091.74
25,351.73
68.55
103,708.15
$1,965,550.13
653.63
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR
MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACTS, 1957/58
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
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Rates Based
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Remarks
OKANAGAN FLOOD-CONTROL (1957/58)
Section C, Rock Riprap:
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd _ 	
GRAVEL-CRUSHING
1. 1955/56 Gravel-crushing
(Omitted from previous Reports.)
Project No. 679—Peter Hope Pit, Mile 28, Merritt-Kamloops Road and Chinaman's Pit at Merritt:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd _ 	
Project No. 680—Princeton-Merritt Road, Pit 13.8 Miles North of Princeton:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd — __	
Project   No.   681—Lee   Creek   Pit,   Squilax-Anglemont   Road   and   Haywards
Corner Pit, Salmon River Road:
Western Sand & Gravel Ltd - _  	
Project No. 682—Pits at Kloiya Bay and Kwinitsa, Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway :
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Project No. 683—McDonald Pit, Kamloops-Merritt Road, Mile 22:
Western Sand & Gravel Ltd _ _	
2. 1956/57 Gravel-crushing
(Omitted from 1956/57 Report.)
French's Pit, Brickyard Road, 2 Miles East of Vernon:
Storms Contracting Co. (Pacific) Ltd   	
General Construction Co. Ltd _ _ 	
Keremeos Townsite and Princeton Townsite Pits:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd — _ 	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd _   ~	
Lytton-Lillooet Road Pits, Mile 20 and Mile 40 from Lytton:
Ben Ginter Construction Co. Ltd 	
S. & W. Gravel Crushing Co. Ltd -	
Bedford Pit, Kelowna and Lewis Pit, Westbank:
General Construction Co. Ltd -	
Legion Contracting Co.-   —	
3. 1957/58 Gravel-crushing
Kopas Pit, Bella Coola Road No. 9:
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd -	
B.C. Crushers Ltd - 	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd   	
R. & E. Crushing & Contracting Co. Ltd 	
STREET-LIGHTING
Project No.  796—Street-lighting and Traffic  Signs,  Cloverleaf, North  Approaches, Lions Gate Bridge, North Vancouver (Omitted from 1956/57
Report):2
Francis B. Stewart _     	
Ricketts-Sewell Electric Ltd     	
J. H. McRae Co. Ltd   	
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd .	
1 No list of equipment attached.
- Lump-sum bids.
$44,130.00    j Awarded
$122,060.00      Awarded.
$44,200.00
$76,500.00
$205,850.00    | Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
$23,030.00      Awarded
$19,500.00
$22,000.00
40,800.00
43,000.00
58.100.001
61,700.00
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Contract not
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Awarded.
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$70,400.00      Awarded.
 1	
$80,000.00    |
38,067.00    I Awarded.
$49,450.00
50,600.00
50,950.00
19,900.00
$20,500.00
22,195.00
23,999.00
Awarded. TENDERS
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TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR
MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACTS—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 877—Street-lighting and Traffic Signals, Approaches, Oak Street
and Middle Arm Bridges (1957/58):a
$92,000.00
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd.-      ....
$97,272.00
100,000.00
107,336.00
148,300.00
121,936.55
132,646.00
Ricketts-Sewell Electric Ltd     _              	
Mott Electric Ltd....                          	
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS AND POWER-LINES
Project No. 738—Supply, Installation, Service, and Maintenance of a Communications Network in the Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Okanagan, and
Grand Forks Areas (Omitted from 1956/57 Report) :2
specifications.
$159,848.17
Construction of Power-line, Boston Bar to Radio Site, Approximately 2 Miles
(1957/58):-'
12,980.00
J. H. McRae Co. Ltd 	
$27,750.00
38,300.00
8,978.00
9,130.00
9,430.00
Construction  of  Power-line  and  Antenna  Poles  at Princeton  Radio  Site
(1957/58):
Betts Electric Ltd    	
Mcore Electric (Kellsey J. Moore) —	
Alternate tender.
Awarded.
J. H. McRae Co. Ltd	
$15,900.00
16,446.00
29,117.00
18,150.00
GUARD-RAIL INSTALLATION
Project No. 791—Steel-beam Guard-rail, Trans-Canada Highway, Tunnels to
Robbins Creek, 11,000 ft.  (Omitted from 1956/57 Report):
Project   No.   896—Pre-cast   Reinforced-concrete  No-post   Guard-rail,   Trans-
Canada Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Taylor Way (1957/58):
$7,954.50l
10,750.00
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd	
$12,830.00
13,550.00
24,822.00
239,288.00
249,020.00
287,922.00
GRAVELLING
Project  No.   806—Trans-Canada  Highway,   Horseshoe   Bay-Taylor   Way,   7.9
Miles  (Omitted from 1956/57 Report):
Peter Kiewit Sons' Co. of Canada Ltd 	
General Construction Co. Ltd    _
E. R. Taylor Construction Co. Ltd _          	
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMPTROLLER
The following pages present the financial report of the Department of Highways.
During the period covered by this report there were no major changes in accounting
methods that would result in revised presentation of financial reports, and statements
contained herein are in the same form as in previous years.
On October 4th, 1957, the Department suffered the loss of a very able Departmental Comptroller through the death of J. E. Moore, and this report is submitted on his
behalf.
A. E. Rhodes,
Departmental Comptroller. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
G 83
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES, FISCAL YEAR 1957/58
SUMMARY
Vote 194.    Minister's Office-
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Salaries 	
$2,353.18
6,431.68
22,899.68
Vote 195.    General Administration-
Salaries 	
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
$1
Advertising and publicity
Printing and publications 	
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
112,989.19
228,958.68
160,605.09
43,659.89
3,291.47
2,623.00
57,212.39
5,374.62
8,595.28
1,813.91
Vote 196.    Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc-
Roads	
Bridges 	
Ferries 	
Wharves 	
Machinery Account
.(Credit)
.8,955,505.85
1,503,022.52
1,706,128.65
11,520.57
234.46
Vote 197.
Vote 198.
Vote 199.
Vote 200.
Vote 201.
Vote 202.
Vote 203.
Vote 204.
Vote 205.
Snow-removal 	
Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Vehicle Damage Claims
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic-control, etc.
Weigh-scales Operation 	
Research and Testing Services	
Gravel-crushing 	
Paving-plant Operations 	
Grants and Subsidies—
Grants to engineering associations 	
Grants  to  cities  with population in  excess  of
15,000	
Grant toward pumping charges, Dewdney Dyking Commission	
$850.00
39,210.00
2,500.00
Vote 206.    Purchase of New Equipment
Vote 207.    Temporary Assistance	
CREDITS
(Non-expendable)
(Seepage 85.)
$31,684.54
1,625,123.52
12,175,943.13
1,964,896.50
168,121.76
34,853.77
148,779.15
86,783.76
Nil
Nil
Nil
$793,202.28
42,560.00
2,015,792.89
127,585.06
Total expenditure,  Maintenance, Administration,  and
Miscellaneous Votes    $18,422,124.08
$793,202.28
Vote 340(a).
Roads ....
Trans-Canada-
Capital Expenditure out of Income
(Roads, Bridges, Ferries, etc.)
    $ 19,949,843.57
Bridges   3,981,380.89
Surveys  254,796.73
Rights-of-way   968,720.47
Paving   1,254,446.07
Total, Vote 340 (a)  (Gross) $26,409,187.73 $16,025,891.94 G 84 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SUMMARY— Continued
Capital Expenditure out of Income (Roads,
Bridges, Ferries, etc)—Continued
Vote 340 (b).    General Highways—
Roads  $27,338,592.73
Surveys   734,050.82
Legal surveys  99,818.46
Rights-of-way  599,671.49
Bridge elimination  377,839.31
Radio-telephone installation  349,160.28
Purchase of engineer's house, Prince George  14,000.00
Treasury bill, H.D.A  200,000.00
Gravel for highway purposes  343,352.00
Materials, testing, etc.  315,243.64
Metropolitan planning, Vancouver Highway  50,199.06
CREDITS
(Non-expendable)
(Seepage 85.)
Total, Vote 340 (b) (see note re portion payable from
Highway Development Fund)   $30,421,927.79*
Vote 340 (c).    Bridges, Ferries, Ferry-landings, etc.—
Bridges     $8,561,026.52
Ferry-landings, storage sheds, etc.  414,947.88
Total, Vote 340 (c)   8,975,974.40
Vote 340 (d).    Hard Surfacing of Highways  5,482,791.53
Vote 344.    Mining-roads (Cassiar)     461,378.12
Vote 346.    Okanagan Flood-control (Gross) 859,503.00       $436,996.59
Total for Capital Expenditure out of Income  $72,610,762.57 $16,462,888.53
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1947," sec. 2 (a), ferry storage
shed   $3,624.36
Special Warrant No. 25.    Extending wingdam on Bear River  10,000.00
Special Warrant No. 31. Grant to The Corporation of the District of
Mission to assist in defraying the cost of necessary road construction   10,000.00
(The following are not Highway Department votes, and therefore the
expenditures represent our expenditures only, not those of other
departments concerned.)
Vote 271.    Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  32,699.96
Flood Relief Act  26,909.96
(For British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority expenditures, see page 86.)
Grand total, Department of Highways expenditures, fiscal year 1957/58  $91,116,120.93 $17,256,090.81
* Total gross expenditure—
Vote 340 (fc).    General Highways     $30,421,927.79
Payable from Highway Development Fund (Credit)      5,098,193.77
Net expenditure, Vote 340 (b)    $25,323,734.02
. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 85
CREDITS
General Account (Non-expendable Credits)
Vote 196—
Ferries	
Albion   $47,482.45
Arrow Lakes (Upper)   28,470.73
Denman Island   8,329.20
Francois Lake   1,140.00
Kelowna-Westbank  243,349.35
Kootenay Lake  246,211.00
Ladner-Woodward  185,390.50
North Bend-Boston Bar  6,575.90
Woodfibre  10,681.15
$777,630.28
Wharves—Prince Rupert    15,572.00
       $793,202.28
Capital Account
Vote 340 (a).    Trans-Canada Highway (Federal Government share) —
New construction—
Cla
Cla
Cla
Cla;
Cla;
Cla;
Cla;
Cla.
Cla
Cla;
Cla
Cla
m No. 72  $1,048,816.55
m No. 73  1,161,367.60
m No. 74  925,899.44
m No. 75  1,371,532.22
m No. 76  1,253,189.37
m No. 77  1,984,612.77
m No. 78  1,661,975.32
m No. 79  1,289,431.53
m No. 80  1,033,903.30
m No. 81   777,085.17
m No. 82  661,299.82
m No. 83  612,681.29
Interim construction  Nil
Prior construction—
Claim No. 4  $43,904.14
Claim No. 5  393,187.92
Claim No. 6  487,214.18
Claim No. 7  430,014.27
Claim No. 8  889,777.05
$13,781,794.38
2,244,097.56
Total, Trans-Canada Highway credits     16,025,891.94
Vote 346.    Okanagan Flood-control (Federal Government share) —
Claim No. 42         $85,456.50
Claim No. 43 (part)   113,606.95
Claim No. 43 (part)   127,305.51
Claim No. 44  110,627.63
Total, Okanagan Flood-control credits  436,996.59
Grand total, non-expendable credits  $17,256,090.81 G 86 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SUMMARY, HIGHWAYS
Gross Credit
Expenditure        (Non-expendable)
General Estimate votes (administration and maintenance, etc.)   $18,422,124.08       $793,202.28
Capital—
Capital Expenditure out of Income  72,610,762.57* 16,462,888.53
" Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act "  3,624.36
Special Warrants  20,000.00
Miscellaneous—
Mining-roads grants (Highway expenditure only)   32,699.96
Flood Relief Act (Highway expenditures only)   26,909.96
$91,116,120.93 $17,256,090.81
BRITISH COLUMBIA TOLL HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES AUTHORITY
(Department of Highways Expenditures Only)
T.B. No. 1—Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge        $132,934.52
T.B. No. 2—Nelson Bridge        1,806,606.59
T.B. No. 3—Fraser Delta Bridge System-
Oak Street     $ 1,505,157.80
Middle Arm  150,735.91
Deas Island     16,637,594.59
     18,293,488.30
T.B. No. 4—Okanagan Lake       4,891,990.34
T.B. No. 6—Burrard Inlet (Second Narrows)        6,964,811.95
Total, Department of Highways expenditures   $32,089,831.70
Equipment suspense (toll-bridges)         $153,973.68
: See note on page 84 re portion payable from Highway Development Fund. STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 87
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, ETC.
REGION No.  1
ALBERNI DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
Sundry roads—reconstruct (Project No. 825)  $18,771.71
18.    Tofino-Ucluelet Road—general improvements (Project No. 825).. 10,093.12
Subdivision roads—construct (Project No. 825)  7,610.59
1.    Beaver Creek Road—road-mix paving (Project No. 825)  3,609.70
Sundry roads—reseal (Project No. 825)  _ 5,597.43
Total          $45,682.55
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
111. Bigmore Bridge (Project No. 862)  $1,379.70
324. Fallwell Bridge (Project No. 862)  1,643.92
325. Goodall Bridge (Project No. 862)  956.75
116a. Moore Bridge (Project No. 862)    3,794.90
Total      7,775.27
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         124,442.09
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  4,988.82
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  4,553.51
Total expenditure, Alberni District       $187,442.24
Summary of Expenditures, Alberni District
District expenditures as detailed  $187,442.24
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 121)  2.143.74
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 137)  220,201.59
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report    Nil
Grand total, Alberni District   $409,787.57
ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
102.    Stewart-Hyder—general improvements, rock section (Project No.
836          $400.00
Total        $400.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
117.    Flood Bridge—replacing with fill (Project No. 862)       $3,000.00
Total     3,000.00 I
G 88 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  1—ATLIN DISTRICT (SOUTH)— Continued
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads        $32,483.50
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  18,516.50
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  2,293.74
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  21,741.11
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)         $78,434.85
Summary of Expenditures, Atlin District (South)
District expenditures as detailed   $78,434.85
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 122)  4,822.60
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Atlin District (South)  $83,257.45
BURNABY DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)-—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
14r. Hastings-Barnet (Project No. 759)   $54,001.45
135r. Grandview-Douglas-third lane, Burris to Formby Street (Project
No. 832)   54,490.23
135r. Grandview-Douglas-third lane, Schou Hill (Project No. 832)  10,509.77
Total       $ 119,001.45
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads  41,029.44
Vote 196—Classified Highways
14b. North Road   $31.97
22b. Marine Drive         4,514.63
Total  4,546.60
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  239.12
Total expenditure, Burnaby District        $ 164,816.61
Summary of Expenditures, Burnaby District
District expenditures as detailed   $164,816.61
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 122)  6,541.50
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 130)  34,693.28
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 137).. 1,043,239.92
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 150)  281,160.53
Grand total, Burnaby District  $1,530,451.84 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 89
REGION No.  1—Continued
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
6.    Columbia Valley Road—reconstruct (Project No. 830)      $54,000.00
31.    Sumas Mountain Road (Project No. 830)         5,000.00
Total         $59,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         148,348.42
Vote 196—Classified Highways
62b. Sardis Road (Chilliwack Municipality)        $3,880.54
Total  3,880.54
Vote 196—Bridges: Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  5,942.48
Vote 196—Bridges:  Classified
20.    Vedder Canal (Chilliwack Municipality)   $161.83
Total  161.83
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  465.90
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  2,088.73
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Harris Road, Matsqui Municipality       $9,000.00
Old 6lR and No. 3 Highway, District of Sumas         8,000.00
Vye Road drainage, District of Sumas  661.88
Total  17,661.88
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District        $237,549.78
Summary of Expenditures, Chilliwack District
District expenditures as detailed   $237,549.78
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 123)  95,372.12
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 130)  443,639.91
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 138)— 4,573,766.52
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 151)  454,973.25
Grand total, Chilliwack District ____.__-  $5,805,301.58
COMOX DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
162.   Sayward Road—general improvements (Project No. 828)      $8,016.59
196.   Island Highway, Courtenay south—general improvements, 4.50
miles (Project No. 828)      54,358.61
Sundry roads, Courtenay—reconstruct 5.32 miles   (Project No.
828)—
705.   Astra Road            1,145.85 G 90 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  1—COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Roads—Continued
Reg. No.
756.    Clarkson Avenue   $1,700.47
13.    Comox Lake Road   3,708.96
62.   Fraser Road   9,735.79
145.    Kilmorley Road   3,603.23
91.    Kye Bay Road  4,219.51
108.    Left Road   9,416.51
121.    Marsden Road  69.90
119.    Minto Road   170.80
27.    Rennison Road   1,145.70
156.    Willemar Avenue   4,908.83
Sundry  roads,   Parksville—reconstruct   3.84  miles   (Project  No.
828)—
485.    Dickinson Road   6,288.08
499.    Grafton Avenue   1,324.06
516.    Hammond Bay Road  14,387.86
Sundry roads, Campbell River—reconstruct 0.42 mile (Project No.
828) —
646.    Birch Street   844.04
747.    Second  Street   1,155.96
196.    Island Highway, Sayward Road—reconstruct 4.70 miles  (Project
No. 828)    25,000.00
Sundry roads—seal-coat 6.14 miles (Project No. 828) —
331.    Coombs Road   942.75
483.    Departure Bay Road  790.50
490.    Errington Road   106.78
10.    Headquarters Road  1,382.81
341.    Hilliers Road   576.41
Total       $155,000.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Byng No. 1 (Project No. 862)  $675.85
72.    Cassidy (Project No. 862)  4,086.40
266.    Granite (Project No. 862)  200.13
144.    Kelsor (Project No. 862)  241.63
148.    Lewis (Project No. 862)  244.13
107.    Minto (Project No. 862)  2,346.07
109.    McQuillan (Project No. 862)  708.78
187.    Smith (North) (Project No. 862)  693.75
79.    Webber (Project No. 862)  5,609.47
82.    White (Project No. 862)  4,693.79
Total      19,500.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Redecking Coal and Cougar Creek Bridges (Project No. 248)-...    $17,000.00
Total    17,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         346,454.08
Vote 196—Classified Highways
3b. Cumberland Road  (secondary)         $102.98
34b. Dunsmuir Avenue (Cumberland secondary)  172.06
Total     275.04
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges .  55,143.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
G 91
REGION No.  1—COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal	
Total expenditure, Comox District
$47,854.65
11,050.31
$652,278.01
Summary of Expenditures, Comox District
District expenditures as detailed       $652,278.01
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 123 )__
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 131) —
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 144)	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 151)	
Grand total, Comox District..
85,005.68
20,420.00
7,673.93
Nil
460,376.29
$1,225,753.91
COWICHAN-NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Reg. No.
248r. Crofton-
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
construct and pave (Project No. 826)
$74,982.15
Sundry roads—general improvements (Project No. 826)        21,623.21
204.    Wilkinson—general improvements (Project No. 826)
203.    Akenhead 1
40.    Fiddick  I- General improvements (Project No. 826)
11.    Brenton-Page_ - J
Sundry roads—seal-coat (Project No. 826) 	
49.    Grouhel—reconstruct (Project No. 826) ...
Approach to Riverside Drive Underpass (Project No. 876)
Total	
10,570.44
8,231.32
5,149.90
6.03
5,439.51
$126,002.56
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
23.    Davis Lagoon (Project No. 862)
Total 	
$9,069.44
9,069.44
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
181,312.33
Total, sundry bridges
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
20,021.79
Total, sundry snow-removal
Vote 197—Snow-removal
4,743.59
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District       $341,149.71
Summary of Expenditures, Cowichan-Newcastle District
District expenditures as detailed	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 123)	
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 131).
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report
$341,149.71
205.00
1,289.00
iVH
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 139)       11,927.67
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Cowichan-Newcastle District
$354,571.38 G 92
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
Reg. No.
REGION No.  \~Continued
DELTA DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Glover Crescent, Trans-Canadian Highway to Albion Ferry (Project No. 831)     $38,137.80
13r. Pacific Highway—reconstruction (Project No. 831)        62,259.95
139r. Scott Road—diversion at Pattullo Bridge (Project No. 831)        55,322.46
3r. Trans-Canada Highway, third lane to Coghlan Road—gravel base
course (Project No. 831)         7,279.79
Albion Ferry landing approaches and seal-coating, McMillan Island approach (Project No. 891)         4,871.81
Total	
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Bridgeport Foot-bridge (Project No. 235)  .       $1,522.48
Total	
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
Vote 196—Classified Highways
40b. Boundary Bay, Delta Municipality 	
90b. Campbell River Road, Surrey Municipality	
84b. Steveston Highway, Richmond Municipality ....
50b. Woodwards Highway, Richmond Municipality
Total 	
$1,596.70
7,500.00
42,770.13
4,187.98
Total, sundry bridges
Total, sundry ferries	
Total, sundry snow-removal
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Vote 196—Ferries
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Capstan Way, Richmond Municipality
       $7,800.00
New Westminster Highway between No. 3 and No. 4 Roads, Richmond Municipality       23,000.00
Carvolth Road culvert, widening from Berry Road, Thornton Road,
Simonds Road, and Douglas Crescent, City of Langley       10,000.00
River Road—reconstruction, Delta Municipality       20,000.00
River Road and North Bluff Road—road paving, Township of
Langley        10,000.00
Townline Road—construction and sundry paving projects, Surrey
Municipality       20,000.00
Total	
$167,871.81
1,522.48
266,872.25
56,054.81
96,632.73
208,688.28
1,483.45
Total expenditure, Delta District
90,800.00
$889,925.81
Summary of Expenditures, Delta District
District expenditures as detailed
$889,925.81
11,154.04
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 123)	
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 132)  241,608.80
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 145)  200,238.11
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 138) _. 550,822.14
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 152)  334,291.08
Grand total, Delta District    $2,228,039.98 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 93
REGION No.  1—Continued
DEWDNEY DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
Approach road from Lougheed Highway No. 22r to Albion Ferry
Landing (Project No. 815)      $19,957.15
22r. Lougheed  Highway — Kanaka  Creek  Bridge   approach  revision
(Project No. 833)        45,000.00
23r. Lougheed Highway, Silverdale Flats—reconstruct third lane for
two sections (Project No. 833)        30,600.00
26r. Lougheed Highway—reconstruction from Pumphouse  Bridge to
Agassiz (Project No. 833)      174,563.60
Reconstruct and pave Fleetwood Logging-road (Project No. 833)..       9,400.00
Pitt Polder roads—reconstruction (Project No. 833)  436.40
2.    Ioco-Sunnyside Road (Project No. 833)        15,000.00
Total       $294,957.15
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Harrison River Bridge and approaches, Lougheed Highway—east
approach (Project No. 175)   $20,000.00
Harrison River Bridge approaches (Project No. 204)   1,036.86
17.    Chillikthan Slough Bridge (Project No. 204)   1,265.13
50.    Kanaka Creek Bridge (Project No. 204)   19,267.10
95.    Silver Creek Bridge (Project No. 204)   1,280.40
150.    Dewdney Bridge (Project No. 204)   2,149.67
154.    Deroche Bridge (Project No. 204)   6,001.04
26.    Haldi Island Bridge (Project No. 204)   9,085.78
196.    Pumphouse Bridge (Project No. 204)   909.05
Total   60,995.03
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Ferry Storage-shed
Ferry storage-shed, Albion (Project No. 812)        $3,058.11
Total   3,058.11
Capital Expenditure:  " Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act,
1947," Sec. 2 (a)—Ferry Storage-shed
Ferry storage-shed at Albion (Project No. 812)        $3,624.36
Total   3,624.36
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         305,467.93
Vote 196—Classified Highways
116b. Clarke, City of Port Moody  $957.01
92b. Dewdney Trunk, Pitt Meadows Municipality  4,129.06
73b. Dewdney Trunk and River Road, Maple Ridge Municipality  3,050.70
77b. Dewdney Trunk, Mission Municipality  5,632.76
79b. McNeil, Pitt Meadows Municipality  4,631.42
14b. North, Coquitlam Municipality  940.10
Sundry roads (units under $350)   1,021.05
Total  20,362.10
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges         112,532.32 G 94 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  1—DEWDNEY DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 196—Bridges:  Classified
Websters Corner, Maple Ridge Municipality—reconstruction     $24,037.91
Sundry roads (units under $350)   313.41
Total         $24,351.32
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries         103,593.06
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  2,772.59
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Shook Road paving, District of Mission       $2,250.00
McCallum and Cameron Roads, District of Kent         1,944.37
Total     4,194.37
Total expenditure, Dewdney District        $935,908.34
Summary of Expenditures, Dewdney District
District expenditures as detailed  $935,908.34
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 124)  257.30
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 132)  53,444.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see pages 145, 150)-- 1,152,161.91
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 152)  53,508.52
Grand total, Dewdney District    $2,195,280.07
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
192.    West Coast Road (Project No. 808)   $210,000.00
59.    Cobble Hill Road—reconstruct 1 mile (Project No. 824)   12,968.40
150.    Shawnigan Lake Road—reconstruct 4 miles (Project No. 824)  23,500.00
76.    Old Island Highway, Admirals Road to Colwood (Project No. 824) 5,000.00
Sundry roads—general improvements, 6 miles (Project No. 824)  25,500.00
Total        $276,968.40
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
11.    King Creek (Project No. 862)        $1,200.00
73.    Station Bridge (Project No. 862)          2,693.48
Port Renfrew bridges (Project No. 862)          6,000.00
Total   9,893.48
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
8.    Stoney Creek Bridge     $30,600.00
Total   30,600.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         198,278.60
Vote 196—Bridges: Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  42,249.46 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 95
REGION No.  1—ESQUIMALT DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  $2,384.77
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Esquimalt Road, Esquimalt Municipality       $7,000.00
Total     7,000.00
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District       $567,374.71
Summary of Expenditures, Esquimalt District
District expenditures as detailed  $567,374.71
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 124)  18,177.01
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 132)  182.80
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 145)  35,966.09
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 139).. 824,390.57
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 152)  152,341.88
Grand total, Esquimalt District    $1,598,433.06
MACKENZIE DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
290.    Sechelt-Pender Harbour—haul gravel and spread (Project No. 829
(part))      $60,000.00
91.    Thunder  Bay  Road — general  improvements   (Project  No.   829
(part))       19,985.06
2.    Bella  Coola  Road — general  improvements   (Project  No.   829
(part))        35,000.00
Vananda-Gillies Bay — general improvements  (Project No. 829
(part))        18,000.00
Vananda-Blubber Bay—general improvements  (Project No. 829
(part))          5,000.00
Bella Coola Road No. 9—crushing and stock-piling gravel (Project
No. 888)        55,000.00
Road connection to Black Ball Ferry, Hopkins Landing to Sechelt
Peninsula—survey (Project No. 889)          5,000.00
Total       $197,985.06
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Three bridges to be eliminated (Project No. 862 (part))        $1,700.00
Priest Lake Bridge, No.   129, Texada Island   (Project No.  862
(part))          9,862.62
Total   11,562.62
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads        275,470.69
Vote 196—Classified Highways
143b. Secondary Highway, Powell River       $2,467.77
Total   2,467.77
Vote 196—Bridges: Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  31,489.75 G 96 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  1—MACKENZIE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries         $63,240.82
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  17,776.37
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Willingdon Avenue      $ 18,000.00
Total   18,000.00
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District       $617,993.08
Summary of Expenditures, Mackenzie District
District expenditures as detailed  $617,993.08
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 126)  8,332.25
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 146)  91,752.77
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 154)  554,091.16
Grand total, Mackenzie District    $1,272,169.26
NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
Sundry roads—general improvements (Project No. 827)   $27,377.92
Sundry roads—seal-coat (Project No. 827)   8,228.31
Fulford-Ganges—revision of Fulford Inn (Project No. 827)  1,262.86
165.    Village Bay—general improvements (Project No. 827)   12,443.83
85.    Port Washington—general improvements (Project No. 827)  23,574.53
58.    Main—general improvements (Project No. 827)   2,752.37
Total         $75,639.82
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
24.    Dafty Bridge (Project No. 862)          $799.87
Total .  799.87
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Ferry-landings
Galiano Island ferry-landing approach (Project No. 242)      $20,482.82
Mayne Island ferry-landing approach (Project No. 242)        11,408.32
Total  31,891.14
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         194,169.90
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  4,784.14
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries           113,179.73
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  2,299.50
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District      $422,764.10 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 97
REGION No.  1—NANAIMO-ISLANDS DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Nanaimo-Islands District
District expenditures as detailed  $422,764.10
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 126)         1,095.68
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 149)     266,380.45
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 154)     135,947.58
Grand total, Nanaimo-Islands District  $826,187.81
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads    $6,601.44
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  40.01
Total expenditure, New Westminster District  $6,641.45
Summary of Expenditures, New Westminster District
District expenditures as detailed  $6,641.45
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 126)  250.00
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  iV;7
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)  22,760.82
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 140)  18,895.93
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, New Westminster District  $48,548.20
NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reconstruction of Nelson Creek Culvert, Marine Drive, West Vancouver (Project No. 905)      $30,000.00
Total          $30,000.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Capilano River Bridge, Marine Drive—river-channel construction
to protect bridge (Project No. 186)      $20,000.00
Total   20,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads  51,240.46
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  13,325.04
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  883.00
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District       $115,448.50
4 r
G 98 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  1—NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, North Vancouver District
District expenditures as detailed  $115,448.50
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 129)  15,334.47
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 136)  412,816.80
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see pages 149, 150) 521,675.87
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 143)-. 3,598,254.02
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 157)  112,861.24
Grand total, North Vancouver District    $4,776,390.90
OAK BAY DISTRICT
Vote 196—Classified Highways
Reg. No.
109b. Beach Drive       $23,930.89
Total
Total expenditure, Oak Bay District
$23,930.89
$23,930.89
Summary of Expenditures, Oak Bay District
District expenditures as detailed	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report 	
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report 	
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report	
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report	
Grand total, Oak Bay District
$23,930.89
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
$23,930.89
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Masset-Port Clements—complete gravel construction, base course
(Project No. 834)   $219,680.22
11.    Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway — haul  and  spread  gravel,
ditching (Project No. 834)        25,319.78
Port Edward-Cassiar Cannery (Project No. 797)        17,000.00
Total
$262,000.00
Project No. 862
Total —
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
     $31,000.00
31,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
128,864.36
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges
7,158.99
Vote 196—Wharves:  Maintenance
Prince Rupert Wharf     $ 11,520.57
Total
11,520.57
J STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 99
REGION No.  1—PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  $6,864.12
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District       $447,408.04
Summary of Expenditures, Prince Rupert District
District expenditures as detailed  $447,408.04
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 148)   128,922.08
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report   iVi/
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Prince Rupert District  $576,330.12
SAANICH DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
234.    Lands End—general improvements, 2.7 miles (Project No. 823).... $20,000.00
122.    West Saanich—reconstruct 1 mile (Project No. 823)   12,900.00
Sundry roads—road mix, 3 miles (Project No. 823)   20,825.00
Sundry roads—seal-coat, 8 miles (Project No. 823)   6,275.00
Total        $60,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         105,527.61
Vote 196—Classified Roads
146b. Beacon Avenue        $1,469.20
Total   1,469.20
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries   5,841.08
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  54.25
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Fifth Street and Ocean Avenue       $5,233.80
Total   5,233.80
Total expenditure, Saanich District        $178,125.94
Summary of Expenditures, Saanich District
District expenditures as detailed  $178,125.94
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 135)   75.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report   Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  _ Nil
Grand total, Saanich District   $178,200.94 G  100 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  I—Continued
SKEENA DISTRICT (WEST)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Gravel-crushing at Kloiya Bay and Kwinitsa (Project No. 682)  $49,063.72
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Esker Bridge to Inver Bridge
—crushed-gravel haul (Project No. 835)   49,399.64
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Skeena boundary to Terrace
—shouldering and ditching (Project No. 835)   20,600.36
Terrace-Lakelse Lake (Project No. 904)   15,000.00
Total       $134,063.72
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads           182,077.81
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  56,227.87
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries    12,791.30
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  41,091.74
Total expenditure, Skeena District (West)        $426,252.44
Summary of Expenditures, Skeena District (West)
District expenditures as detailed   $426,252.44
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 129)  134.35
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 148)  996,697.83
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 142).. 2,285,820.80
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 157)  122,397.17
Grand total, Skeena District (West)   $3,831,302.59
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads          $ 17,945.33
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  68.55
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District        $18,013.88
Summary of Expenditures, Vancouver-Point Grey District
District expenditures as detailed  $18,013.88
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  iVi7
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 157)  37,466.52
Grand total, Vancouver-Point Grey District  $55,480.40 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  101
REGION No. 2
CARIBOO DISTRICT (SOUTH)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (_.)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
18.    Chilcotin (Project No. 846)  $40,000.00
319.    Deka Lake-Canim Lake (Project No. 846)  17,000.00
15.    Likely (Project No. 846)  16,000.00
355.    Lone Butte-Horse Lake (Project No. 846)  3,000.00
370. Mile 93-Bridge Lake (Project No. 846)  7,500.00
371. Mile 100-Roe Lake (Project No. 846)  3,057.71
37.    Williams Lake-57 Mile (Project No. 846)    18,942.29
Total            $105,500.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads           290,744.57
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges     43,730.99
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal   95,959.90
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)       $535,935.46
Summary of Expenditures, Cariboo District (South)
District expenditures as detailed  $535,935.46
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 122)  26,612.08
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 130)  840.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 150)  1,502.89
Grand total, Cariboo District (South)  $564,890.43
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
18l. Ashcroft-Cache Creek—gravelling (Project No. 837)  $30,000.00
170.    Brocklehurst roads—general improvements   10,000.00
170.    Brocklehurst roads—general improvements   5,000.00
54.    Heffley-Louis Creek Road—general improvements   16,000.00
71.    North Thompson Highway (Yellowhead Route), Little Fort south
to Mile 40-50 (Project No. 837)  574,973.33
71.    North Thompson  Highway,  Fishtrap  to  Barriere   (Project  No.
838)     841,994.00
97.    Paul Lake (Project No. 837)  30,000.00
Total        $ 1,507,967.3 3
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
122.   Kamloops West Bridge—redecking       $8,000.00
Total   8,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads        403,201.04 G  102 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 2—KAMLOOPS DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 196—Classified Highways
Reg. No.
122b. Victoria Street (west)  ....    $10,756.91
Total         $10,756.91
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges    57,875.27
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries   26,189.83
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal —            130,470.95
Total expenditure, Kamloops District     $2,144,461.33
Summary of Expenditures, Kamloops District
District expenditures as detailed     $2,144,461.33
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 125)  49,522.30
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 133)  34,038.20
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 146)  650,479.80
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 140)_ 105,633.99
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 153)  850,352.81
Grand total, Kamloops District       $3,834,488.43
LILLOOET DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
53.    Clinton streets—reconstruction, regrading, and road mix,  1 mile
(Project No. 839)      $12,000.00
12b. Lillooet-Clinton—reconstruction, 9.1 miles,  and gravelling,  13.6
miles (Project No. 839)        30,000.00
12a. Lytton-Lillooet—reconstruction at Mile 10.22, 2 miles, and road
mix, 8.6 miles (Project No. 839)      150,000.00
172.    Pemberton Portage Road (Pemberton to Mount Currie)—reconstruction, raise and widen, 2.5 miles (Project No. 669)        30,000.00
Total       $222,000.00
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
18.    Carson (Project No. 862)   $982.56
30.    Big Bar No. 1 (Project No. 862)   99.07
86. Fountain Creek No. 1 (Project No. 862)    938.43
87. Fountain Creek No. 2 (Project No. 862)   1,048.46
178.   Summit (Project No. 862)   4,915.30
191.    Scottie Creek No. 2 (Project No. 862)   16.18
Total  8,000.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
144.    Bridge River—reconstruction (Project No. 234)      $30,000.00
Total  30,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads           269,920.02 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 103
REGION No. 2—LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges         $43,993.89
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  11,454.19
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  78,137.21
Total expenditure, Lillooet District       $663,505.31
Summary of Expenditures, Lillooet District
District expenditures as detailed  $663,505.31
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 125)  71,359.46
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 133)  1,896.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 146)  101,395.39
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 140).. 366,157.79
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 154)  11,999.86
Grand total, Lillooet District  $1,216,313.81
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
18.    Anderson Subdivision—reconstruct 1.15 miles (Project No. 840)— $8,500.00
28.    Cameron's Point—reconstruct 3 miles (Project No. 840)  11,200.00
74.    Enderby-Mabel Lake—reconstruct 2 miles (Project No. 840)  25,000.00
65.    Kamloops (old)—reconstruct 3.35 miles (Project No. 840)  31,000.00
222.    Mara Avenue (north)—reconstruct 0.30 mile (Project No. 840)  4,000.00
131.    Tronson—reconstruct 0.35 mile (Project No. 840)  5,000.00
88.    Vernon-Slocan Highway No. 6—reconstruct 2 miles (Project No.
840)   30,000.00
138.    Westside—reconstruct 3 miles (Project No. 840)  15,000.00
Total       $129,700.00
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
3. Anderson (Project No. 862)   $633.65
38. Falls Creek (Project No. 862)   10,970.34
39. Falls Creek (Project No. 862)   6,384.98
46. Golly (Project No. 862)   183.36
88. Mencel (Project No. 862)   74.35
89. Mudra No. 1 (Project No. 862)   48.72
117. Six Mile Creek (Project No. 862)   5,265.26
108. Smedick (Project No. 862)   439.34
Total  24,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         218,523.44
Vote 196—Classified Highways
32b. Armstrong-Salmon River, Spallumcheen Municipality         $851.12
33b. Armstrong-Salmon River Secondary Highway, City of Armstrong 359.30
Total  1,210.42
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  25,423.98 G 104 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 2—NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal         $46,544.84
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Lavington Road and Kalavista Subdivision, Coldstream Municipality      $10,000.00
Total  10,000.00
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District       $455,402.68
Summary of Expenditures, North Okanagan District
District expenditures as detailed  $455,402.68
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 127)  665.15
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 134)  17,912.52
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)  256,335.07
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 140)  60,114.52
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 154)  14,043.33
Grand total, North Okanagan District  $804,473.27
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
5.    Revelstoke-Arrowhead (Project No. 842)   $47,500.00
3.    Big Bend (Project No. 842)   25,000.00
8.    Beaton-Gerrard (Project No. 842)   15,000.00
Revelstoke suburbs, Big Eddy area (Project No. 842)   5,000.00
900.    Revelstoke suburbs (Project No. 842)     5,000.00
Total              $97,500.00
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (_.)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Bridge elimination (Project No. 862)        $8,500.00
Total     8,500.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         191,747.56
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  53,995.65
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries         139,115.56
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  97,629.90
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District       $588,488.67
Summary of Expenditures, Revelstoke District
District expenditures as detailed  $588,488.67
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 128)  114,714.99
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 135)  41,916.30
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's Report (see page 148)  1,618,800.04
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 141) . 2,567,746.06
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see pages 155, 156) 457,479.97
Grand total, Revelstoke District  $5,389,146.03 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
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REGION No. 2—Continued
SALMON ARM DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads
Trans-Canada Highway, Canoe-Annis (Project No. 477)        $4,457.23
Trans-Canada Highway, Annis-Sicamous (Project No. 551)        11,489.85
Total
$15,947.08
Reg. No.
67.
446.
28.
501.
56.
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Sorrento-Eagle Bay—widening (Project No. 843)   $15,000.00
Squilax-Anglemont—reconstruct (Project No. 843)   21,000.00
Sunnybrae—reconstruct with partial relocation (Project No. 843) 6,000.00
Sunnybrae-Canoe Point—new construction (Project No. 843)   6,000.00
White Lake—reconstruct (Project No. 843)   23,000.00
Total
71,000.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
39.    Adams River (Project No. 225)      $17,214.52
41.    Scotch Creek (Project No. 225)          8,285.48
Total
25,500.00
Vote 196-
-Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads
187,737.73
Vote 196—Classified Highways
23b and 80b. Salmon Arm-Enderby
26b. Salmon-Grand Prairie	
Total
$8,717.05
2,225.09
10,942.14
Total, sundry bridges
Total, sundry ferries .
Vote 196—Bridges: Maintenance
Vote 196—Ferries
15,981.05
11,916.67
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal	
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District
32,150.61
$371,175.28
Summary of Expenditures, Salmon Arm District
District expenditures as detailed  $371,175.28
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 128)  13,787.03
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 135)  4,162.71
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 148)  54,531.78
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 142)_. 1,277,614.25
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 156)  338,795.53
Grand total, Salmon Arm District  $2,060,066.58 G  106
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 2—Continued
SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
89.    Richter Pass—reconstruction (Project No. 844)  $44,662.13
95.    South Similkameen—general improvements  and  road-mix  pavement (Project No. 844)   27,941.78
East Side Road, Skaha Lake (Project No. 844)  21,200.00
Oliver north and south—widening (Project No. 844)  17,896.09
Orchard roads—general  improvements  and road-mix pavement
(Project No. 844)   44,000.00
West Bench, Penticton   16,000.00
Total
$171,700.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Two bridges eliminated (Project No. 862).
Total  	
$700.00
700.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Ellis Street Bridge, Penticton (Project No. 227)        $1,395.73
Total  	
1,395.73
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
347,921.43
Vote 196—Classified Highways
118b. Fairview Road-Oliver     $14,500.00
1 35b. Penticton-Naramata    729.95
Total
15,229.95
Total, sundry bridges
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
41,800.00
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal
142,446.70
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Village of Keremeos—paving, etc., sundry roads     $10,500.00
Total	
10,500.00
Total expenditure, Similkameen District       $731,693.81
Summary of Expenditures, Similkameen District
District expenditures as detailed  $731,693.81
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 128)  6,069.12
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 136)  9,269.60
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report   Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see pages 156, 157) 552,723.79
Grand total, Similkameen District   $1,299,756.32 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
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REGION No. 2—Continued
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
67.    Joe Rich (Project No. 841)        $1,800.00
Sundry roads—road mix (Project No. 841)        88,200.00
Total
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads 	
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges 	
Total, sundry ferries 	
Total, sundry snow-removal
Vote 196—Ferries
Vote 197—Snow-removal
$90,000.00
189,087.51
26,400.00
237,420.44
25,351.73
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District       $568,259.68
Summary op Expenditures, South Okanagan District
District expenditures as detailed  $568,259.68
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 127)  22,535.19
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 134)  9,692.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)  111,813.80
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 141)  232,772.63
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, South Okanagan District  $945,073.30
YALE DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
35.    Merritt-Kamloops Highway—reconstruct, Mile 7 to Mile 17 (Project No. 845)   $222,500.00
Hope side-roads—regrade, road-mix pavement (Project No. 845) 10,000.00
Douglas Lake Road—regrade, road-mix pavement (Project No. 845) 2,000.00
12.    North Bend roads—regrade, road-mix pavement (Project No. 845) 10,000.00
Yale streets—general improvements   6,000.00
Total
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Elimination of Brooks Bridge (Project No. 862)        $2,000.00
Total	
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges
Total, sundry ferries _
Vote 196—Ferries
$250,500.00
2,000.00
289,969.45
41,149.91
46,988.88 G 108
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 2—YALE DISTRICT—Continued
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal
$103,708.15
Total expenditure, Yale District       $734,316.39
Summary of Expenditures, Yale District
District expenditures as detailed	
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 129)	
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 136)	
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 149)	
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 143)
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 157)	
$734,316.39
79,602.14
21,762.15
1,404,547.13
9,304,412.44
95,515.99
Grand total, Yale District  $11,640,156.24
REGION No. 3
COLUMBIA DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads
Reg. No.
Trans-Canada Highway, Glacier Park-Donald section, Mile 641.94
to Mile 654.79 (Project No. 859)        $5,974.59
19.
Total
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Giant Mine-Spillimacheen River—general improvements (Project
No. 848)
$3,250.00
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway—reconstruct 5 miles (Project No.
848)  .     200,000.00
1.    Kootenay-Columbia Highway, North Vermilion-Spillimacheen section (10.1 miles) (Project No. 884)      400,000.00
4.    Toby Road—general improvements, gravel base course  (Project
No. 848)        15,000.00
280.    Trans-Canada Highway, Big Bend section—general improvements,
dust-control (Project No. 848)       20,000.00
Athalmer streets—road-mix pavement (Project No. 848)           6,000.00
Total
$5,974.59
644,250.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Bridge elimination (Project No. 862)        $3,900.00
Total 	
3,900.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges
Total, sundry ferries _
Vote 196—Ferries
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal	
Total expenditure, Columbia District
189,769.57
35,000.00
167.27
50,221.14
$929,282.57 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
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REGION No. 3—COLUMBIA DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Columbia District
District expenditures as detailed  $929,282.57
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 123)  40,680.14
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 131)  16,107.50
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 144)  177,186.44
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 138).. 869,625.70
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 151)  28,587.47
Grand total, Columbia District  $2,061,469.82
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
1. Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Cranbrook   to   Overhead
Crossing—reconstruction, 1.75 miles (Project No. 847)     $27,500.00
2. Kootenay-Columbia   Highway,   Kimberley  east — reconstruction,
4 miles (Project No. 847)        81,933.00
2.    Kootenay-Columbia   Highway,   Springbrook   Bridge   approaches
(Project No. 847)        11,533.81
Total
$120,966.81
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads 	
164,648.04
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges 	
16,895.57
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal
57,748.88
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District       $360,259.30
Summary of Expenditures, Cranbrook District
District expenditures as detailed   $360,259.30
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 123)  9,371.43
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 131)  551.50
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 145)  482,478.47
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 138) 1,138,785.99
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 151)  14,102.43
Grand total, Cranbrook District  $2,005,549.12
FERNIE DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
9.    Jaffray-Baynes Lake Road—reconstruction, road-mix pavement, 1
mile (Project No. 849)      $10,997.08
7.    Kootenay-Columbia  Highway — general  improvements,  4 miles
(Project No. 849)        12,999.45
51.    Baynes Lake Road—reconstruction, road-mix pavement, 1.6 miles
(Project No. 849)            18,493.46
10.    West Fernie streets—road-mix pavement (Project No. 849)         4,500.00
Total
$46,989.99 G  110 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 3—FERNIE DISTRICT—Continued
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Bridge No. 38 (Project No. 862)       $4,159.93
Total   $4,159.93
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         169,344.01
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  11,767.55
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal   35,876.05
Total expenditure, Fernie District        $268,137.53
Summary op Expenditures, Fernie District
District expenditures as detailed  $268,137.53
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 124)  70.65
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 132)  1,554.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 139) 2,468,176.29
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Fernie District     $2,737,938.47
GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
44.    Kettle River West Road—reconstruction on new location, 4.7 miles
(Project No. 850)      $90,000.00
44.    Kettle River West Road—general improvements (Project No. 850)      15,000.00
11.    Carmi-McCulloch        20,000.00
Total       $125,000.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Bridge Nos. 103, 115, 119, and 128 (Project No. 862)      $24,280.71
Total   24,280.71
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         231,588.72
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  14,498.50
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  70,361.23
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District       $465,729.16 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
REGION No. 3—GRAND FORKS-GREENWOOD DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Grand Forks-Greenwood District
District expenditures as detailed  $465,729.16
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 125)  37,687.03
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 133)  5,087.70
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 146)  116,271.13
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (.see page 139).. 1,292,968.38
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Grand Forks-Greenwood District  $1,917,743.40
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KASLO-SLOCAN DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
204.    Nelson-Kaslo—reconstruction, 9 miles south of Kaslo, Woodbury
Creek section (Project No. 852)     $64,491.12
246. Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Perry's diversion (Project No. 852) 75,640.00
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Nakusp south—road mix and gravel
(Project No. 852)        80,828.01
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Monashee section—reconstruction
(Project No. 852)        49,081.31
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes Highway, Enterprise section—reconstruction
on realignment (Project No. 852)        69,459.24
173.    Kaslo-Lardeau, Schroeder Creek north—reconstruction  (Project
No. 852)        10,000.00
Total
$349,499.68
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
246.    Slocan-Arrow Lakes—elimination of Seven Mile Bridge (Project
No. 862)        $4,500.00
Total
4,500.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads	
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges
223,714.06
78,551.13
Vote 196—Ferries:  Maintenance
Total, sundry ferries
53,036.09
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal	
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District
77,237.89
$786,538.85
Summary of Expenditures, Kaslo-Slocan District
District expenditures as detailed  $786,538.85
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 125)       13,694.39
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 146)       86,489.89
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 153)       41,392.44
Grand total, Kaslo-Slocan District  $928,115.57 G  112 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No.  3—Continued
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
234.    Kaslo-Nelson Highway—reconstruction, road-mix pavement (Project No. 853)   $154,436.28
3.    Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   Kootenay   Bay-Kuskanook
section (Project No. 853)   50,000.00
139.    Harrop-Procter — gravel  and  road-mix  pavement   (Project  No.
853)     23,679.93
Creston  orchard   roads—general  improvements,   road-mix  pavement (Project No. 853)   27,000.00
Upper Longbeach Road—general improvements (Project No. 853) 5,253.23
30.    Blewett Road—general improvements (Project No. 853)  5,077.29
320.    Sproule Creek Road—general improvements (Project No. 853)  655.03
Access to New Kootenay Lake  General Hospital   (Project No.
853)     17,884.52
323.    Stocks Jackson—general improvements (Project No. 853)  2,999.71
South Nelson streets—general improvements (Project No. 853)____ 4,193.72
Ferry West Road—general improvements, gravel base course  9,805.36
Total         $300,985.07
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (c)—Ferries
Dry-dock, Kootenay Lake Ferry (Project No. 269)-.     $19,806.34
Total   .  19,806.34
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads        303,357.99
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges   23,680.20
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  ....         315,356.47
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal          101,297.76
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District     $1,064,483.83
Summary of Expenditures, Nelson-Creston District
District expenditures as detailed  $1,064,483.83
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 126)  21,401.99
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 134)  32,141.85
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)  607,111.98
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (jee page 140) 795,528.37
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 154)  38,480.30
Grand total, Nelson-Creston District    $2,559,148.32 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
REGION No. 3—Continued
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
46.    Robson-Deer Park—reconstruction and road-mix pavement (Project No. 851)      $75,000.00
3.    Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Trail Arterial—reconstruction
at Mary's Flat (Project No. 851)       81,500.00
3. Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Schofield and Rossland
Arterial—widening between Columbia Avenue and Warfield
(Project No. 851)        50,000.00
3.    Southern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Rossland-Cascade—general
improvements (Project No. 851)        10,000.00
G 113
Total       $216,500.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Bridge elimination (Project No. 862)_
Total  	
$37,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads _
Total, sundry bridges
Total, sundry ferries _
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Vote 196—Ferries
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal
Vote 198—Local Highways within Municipal Limits
Village of Montrose—sundry roads
$3,731.71
Village of Fruitvale—road linking Hillcrest and Nelson Avenues         1,000.00
Total   	
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District 	
37,000.00
210,498.92
24,923.53
96,537.66
57,442.00
4,731.71
$647,633.82
Summary of Expenditures, Rossland-Trail District
District expenditures as detailed   $647,633.82
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 128)  8,394.83
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 135)  7,636.50
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 148)  101,730.65
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 142) 1,092,307.63
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 156)  5,585.78
Grand total, Rossland-Trail District   $1,863,289.21 G 114 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 4
ATLIN DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
McDame Creek Road—general improvements (Project No. 854)...    $35,000.00
Dease Lake Road—general improvements (Project No. 854)       20,000.00
Total         $55,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         113,747.45
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  26,580.47
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  60,711.25
Total expenditures, Atlin District (North)        $256,039.17
Summary of Expenditures, Atlin District (North)
District expenditures as detailed  $256,039.17
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 122)  212,918.79
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 137)— 248,459.33
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report  Nil
Grand total, Atlin District (North)  $717,417.29
CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (_>)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
38.    Barkerville—Reconstruction (Project No. 855)   $65,000.00
2.    Cariboo—revision at Red Bluff Hill (Project No. 855)   18,000.00
45.    Dragon Lake—reconstruction (Project No. 855)  15,000.00
32.    Fraser—reconstruction, Narcosli Creek Hill (Project No. 855)  35,000.00
22.    Western Plywood—reconstruction (Project No. 855)   40,000.00
Total       $173,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads          248,034.36
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  28,576.88
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  22,083.73
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  77,770.68
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)        $549,465.65 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  115
REGION No. 4—CARIBOO DISTRICT (NORTH)— Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Cariboo District (North)
District expenditures as detailed   $549,465.65
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 122)  12,538.52
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 130)  502.25
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 144)  243,606.28
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 137)__ 1,104,491.26
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 150)  862.50
Grand total, Cariboo District (North)  $1,911,466.46
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
2n. John Hart Highway—general improvements and base gravel (Project No. 856)     $67,500.00
5.    North Thompson, Cedarside-Valemount (6 miles)—ditching and
gravelling (Project No. 856)        17,500.00
16e. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince George east (Project
No. 856)         30,000.00
16w. Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince George west, Peden's
Hill—gravel and base course (Project No. 856)       48,000.00
16y. Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   McBride  east—reconstruction on new location       97,846.75
Total         $260,846.75
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Cale Creek Culvert (Project No. 862)       $7,000.00
Total   -- 7,000.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Willow River Bridge approaches, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (east) (Project No. 265)     $18,500.00
Total       18,500.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         429,991.28
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges   41,984.57
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  14,336.60
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal          140,241.73
Total expenditure, Fort George District       $912,900.93
Summary of Expenditures, Fort George District
District expenditures as detailed  $912,900.93
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 124)  145,012.82
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see pages 130,
133)     127,185.45
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see pages 144, 145) 1,855,153.68
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see pages 137,
139)     2,295,523.31
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 153)  251,890.91
Grand total, Fort George District    $5,587,667.10 G  116 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 4—Continued
OMINECA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
39.    Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   Vanderhoof  east — reconstruction, 10 miles (D.L.) (Project No. 857)  $285,000.00
39.    Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   Vanderhoof  west —■ major
gravelling (D.L.)  (Project No. 857)     155,000.00
124.    Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake  Road—reconstruction,   3  miles   (D.L.)
(Project No. 857)          8,000.00
Total           $448,000.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Elimination of bridges with culvert and fill (D.L.)   (Project No.
862)—
Ewen Bridge No. 19  $2,954.12
Five Mile Bridge No. 10  2,747.70
Hogback Bridge No. 98  2,137.09
Lily Lake Bridge No. 156  2,137.09
Outram Bridge No. 68    3,550.44
Smith Bridge No. 155  2,137.10
Watkins Bridge No.  13  3,136.46
Total    18,800.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Construction of approaches to Engen Overhead Crossing (D.L.)
(Project No. 220)       $32,000.00
Total      32,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         202,734.48
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges   11,994.33
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal   35,786.45
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)         $749,315.26
Summary of Expenditures, Omineca District (East)
District expenditures as detailed   $749,315.26
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 127)  3,072.29
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  — Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)  76,843.64
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  iV;7
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 155)  149,375.40
Grand total, Omineca District (East)  $978,606.59 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  117
REGION No. 4—Continued
OMINECA DISTRICT (WEST)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Burns Lake—reconstruction,
Mile 28 to Mile 40 (Project No. 858)   $170,000.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Houston westerly—reconstruction, Mile 16 to Mile 26 (Project No. 858)      100,000.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Houston westerly—crushed-
gravel base course (Project No. 858)        80,000.00
North Francois—reconstruction to 36-foot sub, Mile 12 to Mile 15,
pit-run gravel base (Project No. 858)          7,955.59
Houston-Wistaria—reconstruction, 25 miles (Project No. 858).....      20,000.00
Total       $377,955.59
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Elimination of sundry bridges (Project No. 858)      $42,000.00
Total   42,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         180,888.61
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  18,000.00
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  61,320.29
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  62,934.79
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)        $743,099.28
Summary of Expenditures, Omineca District (West)
District expenditures as detailed      $743,099.28
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 127)  42,496.11
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 134)  12,626.20
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)  238,015.63
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 141).. 210,942.53
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 155)  660,947.80
Grand total, Omineca District (West)  $1,908,127.55
PEACE RIVER NORTH DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
174.    Cecil Lake-Syphon Creek—reconstruction (5 miles), pit-run gravel
base (Project No. 860)      $33,000.00
Fort Nelson subdivision roads—new construction (Project No. 773)      36,000.00
101.    Fort St. John-Upper Pine—revision, Mile 1.0 to Mile 1.25, pit-run
gravel base (Project No. 860)        35,000.00
121.    McKibbon—reconstruction, 3 miles (Project No. 860)        44,000.00
259.    North Pine—reconstruction, 6 miles, pit-run gravel base (Project
No. 860)        33,000.00
Total             $181,000.00 G 118 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
REGION No. 4—PEACE RIVER NORTH DISTRICT— Continued
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads        $193,057.74
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges  58,000.00
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries  2,237.00
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal  96,319.14
Total expenditure, Peace River North District       $530,613.8
Summary of Expenditures, Peace River North District
District expenditures as detailed  $530,613.88
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (see page 147)     149,694.38
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 155)     168,092.99
Grand total, Peace River North District  $848,401.25
PEACE RIVER SOUTH DISTRICT
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (_>)—General Highways, Roads
Reg. No.
219.    Farm and settlement roads—reconstruction and gravelling  (Project No. 859)      $50,000.00
70.    Moberly Lake—general improvements (Project No. 859)       40,000.00
3.    Pouce  Coupe-Clayhurst  Ferry — reconstruct  on  new  alignment
(Project No. 859)          10,000.00
7.    Bessborough-Farmington—to complete construction (Project No.
859)          20,000.00
Total         $120,000.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Elimination of eleven bridges (Project No. 862)   $57,061.84
Elimination of bridge, Eighth Street, Dawson Creek (Project No.
862)     -- 6,000.00
Elimination of six bridges (Project No. 862)  27,336.15
Total  90,397.99
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads        366,020.57
Vote 196—Bridges:   Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges     37,293.04
Vote 196—Ferries
Total, sundry ferries       37,897.91
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal              121,518.91
Total expenditure, Peace River South District        $773,128.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 119
REGION No. 4—PEACE RIVER SOUTH DISTRICT—Continued
Summary of Expenditures, Peace River South District
District expenditures as detailed     $773,128.42
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 127)  6,417.56
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (see page 134).. 14,340.94
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 141)- 425,957.26
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report..   Nil
Grand total, Peace River South District    $1,219,844.18
SKEENA DISTRICT (EAST)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Kitwanga-Skeena Crossing—
reconstruction (Project No. 861)   $180,000.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—complete sections, Smithers
west, including crushed gravel (Project No. 861)        50,500.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, No. 62 New Hazelton High
Level (Project No. 861)        30,000.00
Total        $260,500.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways,
Bridge Elimination
Toboggan Creek Bridge (Project No. 862)     $10,0000.00
Total       10,000.00
Vote 196—Maintenance and Minor Betterments:
Roads, Trails, and Streets
Total, sundry roads         159,751.02
Vote 196—Bridges:  Maintenance
Total, sundry bridges     16,988.56
Vote 196—Ferries
Total,  sundry ferries     11,468.96
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Total, sundry snow-removal     47,547.52
Total expenditure, Skeena District (East)       $506,256.06
Summary of Expenditures, Skeena District (East)
District expenditures as detailed   $506,256.06
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report (.see page 136)  999.00
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report  iV;7
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 156)  28,394.38
Grand total, Skeena District (East)  $535,649.44 G  120 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
VICTORIA   (HEADQUARTERS)
Capital Expenditure out of Income:  Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Roads, etc.
Treasury Bills H.D.A. 18 and 19, 1950—debt redemption re Agamemnon Road (Project No. 866)    $200,000.00
Radio-telephone installations (Project No. 738)     349,160.28
Crushed gravel for day-labour projects (Project No. 872)   343,352.00
Materials testing (Project No. 871)    315,243.64
Purchase of house, Prince George (Project No. 875)   14,000.00
Total, Vote 340 (6)—General Highways    $1,221,755.92
Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Mission (C.P.R.) Bridge reconstruction, Dewdney (Project No. 206)...      $248,266.25
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges         248,266.25
Vote 346—Okanagan Flood-control
Okanagan Flood-control (gross)        $859,503.00
Total, Vote 346—Okanagan Flood-control         859,503.00
Vote 196—Roads Generally
Miscellaneous expenditures for materials, etc.   $62,318.56
City of Vancouver, metropolitan planning  21,287.42
Payment of leases  572.77
Photographic equipment, salaries, expenses, etc.   26,062.41
Sundry roads   2,687.58
Departmental Comptroller (miscellaneous)  (Credit) 37,402.58
Gravel   21,989.81
Mixing plants (Surfacing Branch)  (Credit) 5,635.09
Aircraft repairs and expenses   36,420.06
Purchase of house, Kamloops  13,500.00
Rights-of-way    35,821.93
Projects (preliminary expenditures on various projects)   52,192.17
Construction Superintendent's salary and travelling expenses   10,317.09
Equipment Engineer (unissued stores, mechanical parts, and related
matters)    51,374.00
Total, Vote 196—Roads Generally         291,506.13
Vote 196—Roads:  Centre-line Marking
Centre-line marking throughout the Province       $130,287.54
Total, Vote 196—Roads:   Centre-line Marking         130,287.54
Vote 196—Machinery Account
Gross expenditure     $5,536,285.45
Credits          5,536,519.91
Net total, Vote 196—Machinery Account  234.46
Vote 196—Bridges Generally (Including Toll-bridge Maintenance)
Maintenance, Lions Gate Bridge, First Narrows  $108,392.68
Maintenance, Agassiz-Rosedale   8,313.41
Maintenance, Oak Street  - 91,311.43
Maintenance, Nelson  14,525.43
Bridges generally—miscellaneous (Credit) 3,132,47
Pattullo Bridge (pipe-line)  (Credit) 5,000.00
Total, Vote 196—Bridges Generally         214,410.48 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  121
VICTORIA (HEADQUARTERS)— Continued
Vote 196—Ferries Generally
Air service     $245.00
Ferry-landing, Swartz Bay  11,776.00
Emergency service, P.G.E. Railway, Squamish    14,680.00
Shuswap Lake—payments by Capt. F. M. Smith for purchase of Barge
F-3-S  (Credit) 2,200.00
Miscellaneous expenditures (advertising, tickets, etc.)   24,071.41
Ferry service, Peace River    11,776.49
Texada Island ferry-landing    303.64
Total, Vote 196—Ferries Generally         $60,652.54
Vote 197—Snow-removal
Miscellaneous credits   $653.63
Total, Vote 197—Snow-removal  (Credit) 653.63
Total Expenditure, Victoria    $3,025,493.77
Summary of Expenditures, Victoria (Headquarters)
Expenditures as detailed  $3,025,493.77
Expenditures as per Location Engineer's report (see page 121)  114,135.05
Expenditures as per Right-of-way Agent's report  Nil
Expenditures as per Bridge Engineer's report (.see page 144)  652,105.17
Expenditures as per Construction Engineer's report (see page 143).. 249,702.39
Expenditures as per Surfacing Engineer's report (see page 150)  327,695.81
Expenditures as per ferries   Nil
Grand total, Victoria (Headquarters)     $4,369,132.19
LOCATION ENGINEER
Headquarters
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Surveys generally (pay-list, $68,730.67; equipment,
$2,220.57; film, $70.15; and miscellaneous, $3,807.25)
(Project No. 863)     $74,828.64
Total, Vote 340 (6)—General Highways, Surveys     $74,828.64
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Survey Supplies
Survey Supplies (Project No. 873)      $39,306.41
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Survey Supplies      39,306.41
Total expenditure, Headquarters District          $114,135.05
Alberni
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Port Alberni-Alberni (Project No. 863)       $2,143.74
Total, Vote 340 (6)—General Highways, Surveys       $2,143.74
Total expenditure, Alberni District   2,143.74
. G 122 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
LOCATION ENGINEER— Continued
Atlin (North)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 344—Mining-roads
Cassiar-Stewart Road—surveys, purchase of equipment, etc.
(Project No. 775)   $212,918.79
Total, Vote 344—Mining-roads   $212,918.79
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)        $212,918.79
Atlin (South)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Nass River area (Project No. 863)        $4,822.60
Total, Vote 340 (b)~General Highways, Surveys       $4,822.60
Total expenditure, Atlin District (South)  4,822.60
Burnaby and Dewdney
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Lougheed Highway, Boundary Road-North Road (Project
No. 864)        $6,541.50
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Legal Surveys...      $6,541.50
Total expenditure, Burnaby and Dewdney Districts  6,541.50
Cariboo (North)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Cariboo Highway, Quesnel By-pass (Project No. 863)       $9,188.22
Total, Vote 340 (b)— General Highways, Surveys       $9,188.22
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
South Cariboo Highway No. 2 (Project No. 864)       $3,350.30
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....        3,350.30
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)  12,538.52
Cariboo (South)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Chilcotin suspension and approaches (Project No. 863)     $26,612.08
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $26,612.08
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)  26,612.08
Chilliwack
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Surveys
Pattullo Bridge-Abbotsford, Mile 81 to Mile 113.1 (Project
No. 868)      $95,347.62
Total, Vote 340 (o)—Trans-Canada Highway, Surveys—    $95,347.62 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  123
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
Chilliwack—Continued
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Chilliwack By-pass (Project No. 864)  $24.50
Total, Vote 340 (b)— General Highways, Legal Surveys— $24.50
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District         $95,372.12
Columbia
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Cranbrook-Golden Highway No.  97, Windermere-Ta  Ta
Junction (Project No. 863)     $40,680.14
Total, Vote 340 (b)— General Highways, Surveys     $40,680.14
Total expenditure, Columbia District  40,680.14
Comox
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Alberni-Cumberland (Project No. 863)       $9,456.17
Island Highway, Campbell River-Port Hardy section (Project No. 863)       75,549.51
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Surveys     $85,005.68
Total expenditure, Comox District  85,005.68
Cowichan-Newcastle
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Part of Lot 1, Sections 3 and 4, Ranges 7 and 8, Plan 2700,
Cranberry District (Project No. 864)  $205.00
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Legal Surveys.... $205.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District  205.00
Cranbrook
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Cranbrook Overhead-Fort Steele Junction (Project No. 863)      $9,371.43
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys       $9,371.43
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  9,371.43
Delta
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Peach Arch Highway—Deas Island approaches and Oak
Street Bridge site (Vancouver-International Boundary
at Peach Arch) (Project No. 863)     $11,154.04
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $11,154.04
Total expenditure, Delta District  11,154.04 G 124 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
Dewdney
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Harrison River Bridge (Project No. 864)  $257.30
Total, Vote 340 (6)—General Highways, Legal Surveys... $257.30
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  $257.30
Esquimalt
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Arbutus Creek-Mill Bay (Project No. 864)       $7,283.62
Victoria-Malahat Chalet (Project No. 864)         3,627.72
Malahat Chalet-Mill Bay (Project No. 864)         7,265.67
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....    $18,177.01
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  18,177.01
Fernie
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Crowsnest Pass section
(Project No. 863)  $70.65
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys  $70.65
Total expenditure, Fernie District  70.65
Fort George
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Fraser River-John Hart Highway (Project No. 863)  $105.01
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince George—McBride
(Project No. 863)  110,287.03
Sweden Creek-Omineca Boundary (Project No. 863)  31,226.02
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys  $141,618.06
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Nechako  River  Bridge  site,   By-pass  Highway   at  Prince
George (Project No. 864)  $510.30
West Northern Trans-Provincial Highway No.  16, Peden's
Hill, Prince George (Project No. 864)         2,884.46
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....       3,394.76
Total expenditure, Fort George District         145,012.82
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Surveys
Boundary Falls-Grand Forks (Project No. 863)     $23,749.95
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Christina Lake-Kin-
naird (Project No. 863)       13,314.75
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $37,064.70 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
G 125
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
Grand Forks-Greenwood—Continued
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Rock Creek survey (Project No. 864).
$622.33
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys..
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District	
$622.33
$37,687.03
Kamloops
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
North Thompson Highway, Kamloops By-pass (Project No.
863)      $15,568.31
North Thompson Highway, Little Fort-Blue River (Project
No. 863) 	
North Kamloops Highway (Project No. 863).
North Thompson Highway, Raft River section (Project No.
863) 	
16,926.93
3,935.83
708.18
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Surveys     $37,139.25
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Trans-Canada Highway through District Lot 269 to District
Lot 296, east of Kamloops (Project No. 864)       $2,884.92
North Thompson Highway, Heffley Creek-Gravel-pit and
Road (Project No. 864)  85.00
North   Thompson   Highway,   Mosquito   Flats-Raft   River
(Project No. 864)         9,135.63
Sallahlus Indian Reserve No. 2, Francis Peninsula (Project
No. 864)   277.50
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Legal Surveys..
Total expenditure, Kamloops District	
12,383.05
49,522.30
Kaslo-Slocan
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Balfour-Kaslo Highway (Project No. 863)     $13,694.39
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $13,694.39
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District	
13,694.39
Lillooet
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Bridge River survey (Project No. 863)     $45,001.21
Squamish-Woodfibre (Project No. 863)       24,765.19
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $69,766.40
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Trans-Canada Highway, Oregon Jack Indian Reserve No. 5
(Project No. 864)       $1,593.06
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys..
Total expenditure, Lillooet District	
1,593.06
71,359.46 G 126                                              HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
Mackenzie
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Gibsons Landing west (Project No. 863)       $3,273.56
Squamish-Gibsons Landing (Project No. 863)         2,500.69
$5,774.25
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys	
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Gibsons Landing-Port Mellon Road (Project No. 864)              $1,175,00
Mission Creek Bridge, Sechelt Peninsula (Project No. 864)             80.00
Trans-Canada Highway, Savona-Kamloops section (Project
No. 864) .                                                      250.00
2,558.00
Thunder Bay Road through District Lots  1479 and  1480,
Group 1, New Westminster District (Project No. 864)         1,053.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District	
           $8,332.25
Nanaimo-Islands
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Galiano Island ferry approach (Project No. 864)          $828.68
Island Highway, Nanaimo-Wellington (Project No. 864)_—           267.00
$1,095.68
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District 	
             1,095.68
Nelson-Creston
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Hall Creek-Salmo (Project No. 863)      $2,391.46
Salmo-Creston   Highway,   Summit   Lake-Creston   section
(Project No. 863)          2,442.27
$4,833.73
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys	
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Fruitvale-Salmo Highway (Project No. 864)     $10,039.10
Nelson-Nelway Highway—survey parts of Great Northern
Railway, Balfour, etc. (Project No. 864)        6,529.16
16,568.26
Total, Vote 340 (b)—General Highways, Legal Surveys-
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District     	
           21,401.99
New Westminster
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Ninth Street, Plan 1275, District Lot 909, and part of Block
6, Plan 1275, District Lot 909, Group 1, New Westminster District (Project No. 864)          $250.00
$250.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....
Total -...nenrtitiire. New Westminster District	
                250.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  127
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
North Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Kamloops-Vernon Highway, Okanagan Indian Reserve No.
1-Vernon section (Project No. 864)  $665.15
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys.... $665.15
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District  $665.15
South Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Kelowna-Postill section (Project No. 863)     $22,535.19
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $22,535.19
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District  22,535.19
Omineca (East)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway from Vanderhoof westerly, 17 miles in length (Project No. 864)       $3,072.29
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....      $3,072.29
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)  3,072.29
Omineca (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Perow-Houston (Project No. 863)    $42,496.11
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $42,496.11
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West) ._  42,496.11
Peace River South
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Pouce Coupe-Alberta Boundary Highway, Pouce  Coupe-
Dawson Creek section (Project No. 863)       $6,417.56
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys       $6,417.56
Total expenditure, Peace River South District  6,417.56
Revelstoke
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Surveys
Revelstoke-Golden, Mile 476.6 to Mile 563.0, Griffith-
Golden section (Project No. 868)     $42,464.88
Revelstoke-Golden, Mile 476.6 to Mile 563.0, Revelstoke-
Flat Creek section (Project No. 868)       43,266.43
Sicamous-Revelstoke, Mile 430.28 to Mile 476.61  (Project
No. 868)        28,758.68
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Surveys.— $114,489.99 G 128                                              HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
Revelstoke—Continued
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Trans-Canada Highway through Albert Flat Indian Reserve
(Project No. 864)                 $225.00
$225.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys-
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District	
       $114,714.99
Rossland-Trail
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Castlegar-Meadows Siding (Project No. 863)          $805.97
Trail City and approaches (Project No. 863)            201.05
West Robson-Celgar Plant (Project No. 863)            454.76
$1,461.78
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys	
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Schofield Highway, C.P.R. Underpass, Village of Warfield
(Project No. 864)           $983.20
Affleck's Corner-Fruitvale (Project No. 864)         5,949.85
6,933.05
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys—
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District	
            8,394.83
Salmon Arm
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Trans-Canada Highway, Chase-Sorrento (Project No. 864)..          $69.60
Glen Echo Camp (Project No. 864)            689.43
Trans-Canada   Highway,   Sorrento-Balmoral-Salmon   Arm
section (Project No. 864)         9,174.58
Switzemalph Indian Reserve No. 6 (Project No. 864)            506.30
Tappen Siding Indian Reserve No. 5 (Project No. 864)                  3,347.12
$13,787.03
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys....
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District...           	
           13,787.03
Similkameen
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Okanagan Highway, Penticton By-pass (Project No. 863)..      $1,345.85
$1,345.85
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys      _    	
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Oliver Highway through Penticton Indian Reserve No.   1
(Project No. 864)                                                                  $198.80
4,723.27
Princeton-Merritt Highway, from Princeton northerly, 17.5
miles in length (Project No. 864)         4,524.47
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys-
Total expenditure, Similkameen District...                	
            6,069.12 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 129
LOCATION ENGINEER—Continued
Skeena (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Terrace-Kitimat Highway (Project No. 863)  $134.35
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys  $134.35
Total expenditure, Skeena District (West)  $134.35
North Vancouver
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Horseshoe Bay-Second Narrows (Project No. 863)  $5,694.27
Horseshoe Bay Overhead (Project No. 863)  6,282.99
Lions Gate Bridge-Second Narrows Bridge (Upper Levels)
(Project No. 863)   3,156.21
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Surveys     $15,133.47
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Taylor Way-Second Narrows Bridge (Project No. 864)  $201.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys— 201.00
Total expenditures, North Vancouver District  15,334.47
Yale
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Surveys
Bell Crossing-Alexandra Lodge, Mile 183.90 to Mile 196.26
(Project No. 868)   $9.89
Boston Bar-Jackass Mountain, Mile 208.90 to Mile 226.12
(Project No. 868)          1,415.86
Kanaka Creek-Lytton, Mile 229.43 to Mile 237.50 (Project
No. 868)          3,476.73
Lytton-Spences Bridge, Mile 237.50 to Mile 262.19 (Project
No. 868)          3,239.70
Tunnels-Boston Bar, Mile 199.85 to Mile 208.9 (Project No.
868)          36,816.94
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Surveys     $44,959.12
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Surveys
Spences Bridge-Merritt (Project No. 863)     $31,452.10
Total, Vote 340 (fc) —General Highways, Surveys       31,452.10
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Legal Surveys
Trans-Canada Highway through Indian Reserves Buctum
No. 4, Sam Adams No. 12, Tsawawamuck No. 1, Kla-
kamich No. 17, Kilickkumcheen No. 18, and Klickkum-
cheen No. 16a (Project No. 864)       $3,190.92
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Legal Surveys—        3,190.92
Total expenditure, Yale District  79,602.14
Grand total, Location Engineer    $1,301,584.80 G 130 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT
Burnaby
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Lougheed Highway—widening of reconstruction, Boundary
Road to North Road (Project No. 865)     $34,693.28
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.-..    $34,693.28
Total expenditure, Burnaby District        $34,693.28
Cariboo (North)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Cariboo Highway, Lot 3182 to Canyon Creek (Project No.
865)  (Credit) $310.00
Cariboo Highway, Cottonwood River to Strathnaver (Project
No. 865)   662.25
Connection, Naver Creek Forest Road to Project No. 754
(Cottonwood River-Strathnaver) (Project No. 865).... 150.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.... $502.25
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)  502.25
Fort George and Cariboo (North)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Cariboo Highway, Canyon Creek-Cale Creek (Project No.
865)         $2,191.25
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      $2,191.25
Total expenditure, Fort George and Cariboo (North) Districts  2,191.25
Cariboo (South)
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (b)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Cariboo Highway, 150 Mile House-Williams Lake (Project
No. 865)  (Credit) $185.00
Cariboo Highway, Alkali Lake Indian Reserve No. 7 (Project No. 865)   25.00
Horsefly Lake Road (Project No. 865)         1,000.00
Total, Vote 340 (6)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.... $840.00
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)  840.00
Chilliwack
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Cheam Creek-Twin Bridges section, Mile  145.31 to Mile
147.40 (Project No. 869)  $75.00
Twin Bridges-Lorenzetti Creek section, Mile 148.21 to Mile
154 (Project No. 869)  442.00
Vedder   River-Chilliwack   section,   Mile   124.72   to   Mile
135.03 (Project No. 869)       47,042.58
Chilliwack-Cheam   Creek   section,   Mile   135.03   to   Mile
144.28 (Project No. 869)     142,929.25
Abbotsford-Mount Lehman section, Mile   107.54 to Mile
113.60 (Project No. 869)     253,151.08
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way $443,639.91
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District         443,639.91 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 131
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT— Continued
Columbia
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Golden-Donald section, Mile 654.79 to Mile 668.67 (Project
No. 869)      $ 16,062.50
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way   $16,062.50
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Sinclair Canyon to Lot 9009
(Project No. 865)  $45.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.... 45.00
Total expenditure, Columbia District        $16,107.50
Comox
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Island Highway, Union Bay revision (Project No. 865)     $20,000.00
Island Highway, Sandwick revision (Project No. 865)  420.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way..-    $20,420.00
Total expenditure, Comox District  20,420.00
Cowichan-Newcastle
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Nanaimo-Ladysmith Section 2, Mile 57.43 to Mile 62.28
(Project No. 869)      $1,185.00
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way     $1,185.00
Total expenditure, Cowichan-Newcastle District  1,185.00
Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Cowichan Bay Road, Koksilah, Mile 29.18 to Mile 35.23
(Project No. 869)         $104.00
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way $104.00
Total expenditure, Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle Districts  104.00
Cranbrook
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Curzon Overhead Crossing and approaches (Project No. 865)  $90.00
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Lot 2798-Moyie (Project No. 865)  150.00
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Irishman Creek-Ald-
ridge (Project No. 865)  250.00
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Goatfell-Curzon Junction (Project No. 865)  61.50
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....        $551.50
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District    551.50 G 132 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT—Continued
Delta
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Vancouver-Blaine Highway (Project No. 865)  $241,608.80
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way— $241,608.80
Total expenditure, Delta District       $241,608.80
Dewdney
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Burnaby Lake Freeway, no mileage established (Project No.
869)       $39,944.00
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way    $39,944.00
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Maillardville-Coquitlam Highway (Project No. 865)     $13,500.00
Total, Vote 340 (6)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      13,500.00
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  53,444.00
Esquimalt
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
First section, Victoria outlet, Mile 0 to Mile 3.98 (Project
No. 869)  (Credit) $160.00
Cobble Hill-Cowichan Bay Road, Mile 25.44 to Mile 29.18
(Project No. 869)  52.00
Malahat Chalet-Mill Bay section, Mile 15.21 to Mile 23.97
(Project No. 869)  290.80
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way $ 182.80
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  182.80
Fernie
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Elko-Roosville  Highway,  Elko-Roosville  section   (Project
No. 865)        $ 1,554.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way..-      $1,554.00
Total expenditure, Fernie District  1,554.00
Fort George
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
John Hart Highway, Nechako River Bridge at Prince George
(Project No. 865)     $69,425.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Blackwater Road-
Sweden Creek (Project No. 865)  532.20
Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Tabor  Lake-Willow
River (Project No. 865)  962.00
Cariboo Highway, Prince George By-pass       33,875.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 133
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT—Continued
Fort George—Continued
Capita/Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way—Continued
John Hart Highway—purchase of gravel-pit 1 mile north of
Prince George (Project No. 865)       $1,200.00
Fraser River Bridge at Prince George (Project No. 865)—      19,000.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way— $124,994.20
Total expenditure, Fort George District       $124,994.20
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Christina Lake to Lot
2827 (S.) (Project No. 865)       $5,087.70
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      $5,087.70
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District    5,087.70
Kamloops
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Thompson River Bridge at Savona, Mile 314.14  (Project
No. 869)    $135.00
Total, Vote 340 (o)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-way $ 135.00
Capital Expenditure:   Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
North Thompson Highway, Fishtrap Canyon-Barriere section (Project No. 865)     $31,106.20
Tranquille Highway, North Kamloops By-pass (Project No.
865)           3,797.00
North Thompson Highway, Little Fort section (Project No.
865)   . (Credit) 1,000.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      33,903.20
Total expenditure, Kamloops District  34,038.20
Lillooet
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Lytton-Lillooet Highway (Project No. 865)       $1,896.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      $1,896.00
Total expenditure, Lillooet District  1,896.00
Nelson-Creston
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Southern Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Sanca  Creek  Bridge
(Project No. 865)   $774.00
Creston-Salmo   Highway,   Creston   Flats-Summit   Creek
(Project No. 865)          5,120.80
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Summit Lake to junction of Highway No. 6, Section No. 1, Salmo-Creston
Cut-off 3a (Project No. 865)         1,026.50
6 G 134 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT—Continued
Nelson-Creston—Continued
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way—Continued
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, South Slocan (Project
No. 865)      $25,219.55
Nelson Bridge (Project No. 865)   1.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.....    $32,141.85
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District         $32,141.85
North Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Grindrod Bridge (Project No. 865) .         $265.00
North Okanagan Highway, Oyama to north boundary of
Section 31, Township 10 (Project No. 865)         3,100.52
Kamloops-Vernon Highway, Okanagan Highway widening
(Project No. 865)        14,547.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....    $17,912.52
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District  17,912.52
South Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Okanagan Highway, Powers Creek  section   (Project No.
865)          $ 1,822.00
Okanagan Highway, Trout Creek-West Summerland (Project No. 865)   370.00
Okanagan Highway, Harvey Avenue extension (Project No.
865)            7,500.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      $9,692.00
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District  9,692.00
Omineca (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Tintagel-Burns Lake
(Project No. 865)   ..     $12,626.20
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....    $12,626.20
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)  12,626.20
Peace River South
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Dawson Creek-Alberta Boundary Highway, Pouce Coupe-
Alberta Boundary section (Project No. 865)     $14,340.94
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....    $14,340.94
Total expenditure, Peace River South District  14,340.94 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 135
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT—Continued
Revelstoke
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Three Valley Lake west, Mile 462.11 to Mile 463.43 (Project No. 869)        $6,466.00
Craigellachie-Kay Falls, Kay Falls-Twin Bridges, Mile
447.03 to Mile 453.80 and Mile 454.30 to Mile 460.33
(Project No. 869)        23,949.50
Greely-Clachnacudainn Creek section, Mile 482.55 to Mile
487.22 (Project No. 869)  163.50
Revelstoke-Greely   section,   Mile   477.61   to   Mile   482.55
(Project No. 869)          9,789.30
Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke, Mile 476.61 (Project
No. 869)          1,548.00
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-
way        $41,916.30
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District         $41,916.30
Rossland-Trail
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Castlegar-Sheep Lake
Section 1  (Project No. 865)   $136.50
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Trail Bridge approach
(Project No. 865)            7,500.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      $7,636.50
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District  7,636.50
Saanich
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Victoria-Patricia Bay Highway, Section 1 (Project No. 865) $75.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.... $75.00
Total expenditure, Saanich District  75.00
Salmon Arm
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Tappen-Salmon River section, Mile 402.76 to Mile 407.49
(Project No. 869)   $646.71
Sorrento-Balmoral   section,   Mile   388.31   to   Mile   397.08
(Project No. 869)         3,201.00
Chase-Sorrento section, Mile 379.83  to Mile 384.38  and
Mile 385.61 to Mile 388.31  (Project No. 869)  312.00
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-
way          $4,159.71
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Hobbs Creek drainage (easement)  (Project No. 865)  $3.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.... 3.00
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District  4,162.71 G  136 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT—Continued
Similkameen
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Okanagan Highway, Kaleden-Skaha Lake (Project No. 865)      $9,196.60
Okanagan Highway, Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1  (Project No. 865)   73.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way.-      $9,269.60
Total expenditure, Similkameen District  $9,269.60
Skeena (East)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Revision of approaches to bridge over Kispiox River (Project No. 865)   $999.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....        $999.00
Total expenditure, Skeena District (East)  999.00
North Vancouver
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Upper Levels-Twenty-fifth Street project in North Vancouver, no mileage established (Project No. 869)  $396,939.60
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Lions Gate Bridge,
Lot 558 to Taylor Way, Mile 58.80 to Mile 62.58
(Project No. 869)          2,689.50
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-
way     $399,629.10
Capital Expenditure:  Vole 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Rights-of-way
Horseshoe Bay-Squamish Highway, Section 1  (Project No.
865)    -  $350.00
Horseshoe   Bay—Squamish   Highway,    Alberta    Boundary—
Porteau section (Project No. 865)   750.00
Marine Drive and Taylor Way, West Vancouver (Project
No. 865)            7,935.70
Marine Drive, West Vancouver, Capilano River to Thirteenth Street (Project No. 865)         4,152.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Rights-of-way....      13,187.70
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District         412,816.80
Yale
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Rights-of-way
Nine  Mile Creek-Boothroyd Flats,  Mile  215.47  to  Mile
217.41 (Project No. 869)   $576.00
Lytton-Tank Hill, Mile 237.50 to Mile 246.60 (Project No.
869)            5,773.50
Spuzzum Creek section, Mile 189.67 to Mile 193.46 (Project No. 869)   42.40
Saddle  Rock  to  C.P.R.   Overhead,   Mile   188.44  to  Mile
189.75 (Project No. 869)          6,564.50
Boothroyd-Jackass Mountain, Mile 217.41 to Mile 225.49
(Project No. 869)          8,805.75
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Rights-of-
way      $21,762.15
Total expenditure, Yale District  21,762.15
Grand total, Right-of-way Agent    $1,568,391.96 r
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 137
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
Atlin (North)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 344—Mining-roads
Cassiar Road, Sawmill Point—Hotel Creek (Project No.
883)        $248,459.33
Total, Vote 344—Mining-roads      $248,459.33
Total expenditure, Atlin District (North)        $248,459.33
Alberni
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Alberni-Tofino Highway, Kennedy River section (Project
No. 886)       $220,201.59
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $220,201.59
Total expenditure, Alberni District          220,201.59
Burnaby
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Burnaby Lake Freeway section, mileage not established
(Project No. 885)      $233,774.77
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads ......    $233,774.77
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Widening and reconstruction, Lougheed Highway, Boundary Road-North Road (Project No. 790)      $809,465.15
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads       809,465.15
Total expenditure, Burnaby District       1,043,239.92
Cariboo (North)
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Cariboo   Highway,   Quesnel-Cottonwood   River   section
(Project No. 617)       $101,716.41
Cariboo Highway, Lot 3182 to Canyon Creek  (Project
No. 621)    250.00
Cariboo Highway, Cottonwood River-Strathnaver section
(Project No. 754)  ._    1,002,524.85
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $1,104,491.26
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)       1,104,491.26
Cariboo (North) and Fort George
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Cariboo   Highway,   Canyon   Creek-Cale   Creek   section
(Project No. 755)  $1,094,466.91
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads . $1,094,466.91
Total expenditure, Cariboo (North) and Fort George Districts       1,094,466.91 G 138 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—Continued
Chilliwack
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Cheam Creek-Twin Bridges section, Mile 145.31 to Mile
147.40 (Project No. 750)      $144,710.84
Twin Bridges-Lorenzetti Creek section, Mile 148.21 to
Mile 154.00 (Project No. 753)     1,018,814.20
Vedder River-Chilliwack section, Mile  124.72 to Mile
135.03 (Project No. 807)    2,522,060.18
Chilliwack-Cheam Creek section,  Mile  135.03  to Mile
144.28 (Project No. 821)        888,181.30
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads —. $4,573,766.52
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District    $4,573,766.52
Columbia
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Golden-Yoho section, Mile 668.67 to Mile 667.64 (Project No. 398)      $403,596.93
Golden-Donald   section,   Mile   654.79   to   Mile   668.67
(Project No. 879)        265,604.47
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads ......    $669,201.40
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, South Vermilion-Canyon
section (Project No. 767)      $200,424.30
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads      200,424.30
Total expenditure, Columbia District          869,625.70
Cranbrook
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Lot 2798, Group 1,
to Moyie section (Project No. 652)      $438,785.99
Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Irishman   Creek-
Aldridge (Project No. 688)       700,000.00
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $1,138,785.99
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District      1,138,785.99
Delta
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Peace Arch-Oak Street (south approaches to Oak Street
Bridge) — bridge approaches (four-lane freeway)
(Project No. 818)      $550,822.14
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $550,822.14
Total expenditure, Delta District  »        550,822.14 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 139
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—Continued
Esquimalt
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Cobble Hill Road-Cowichan Bay Road, Mile 25.44 to
Mile 29.18 (Project No. 560)       $15,193.99
Arbutus Creek-Malahat Chalet, Mile 11.40 to Mile 15.21
(Project No. 561)          12,501.38
Malahat  Chalet-Mill   Bay,   Mile   15.21   to   Mile   23.97
(Project No. 687)        796,695.20
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads     $824,390.57
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District       $824,390.57
Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Cowichan Bay Road, Koksilah, Mile 29.16 to Mile 35.21
(Project No. 658)        $11,927.67
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads       $11,927.67
Total expenditure, Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle Districts  11,927.67
Fernie
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Elko-Roosville Highway, Elko-Roosville section (Project
No. 788)  $2,468,176.29
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $2,468,176.29
Total expenditure, Fernie District      2,468,176.29
Fort George
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Lamming Mills to
west boundary, Lot 7064—clearing and grubbing
(Project No. 651)        $18,123.90
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Blackwater Road-
Sweden Creek section (Project No. 778)      725,687.44
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Lamming Mills west
(Project No. 779)        347,248.63
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Tabor Lake-Willow
River (Project No. 893)       109,996.43
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $1,201,056.40
Total expenditure, Fort George District      1,201,056.40
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Christina Lake-Lot
2827 south (Project No. 668)     $495,236.80
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Christina Creek-
Sheep Lake, Section 2 (Project No. 777)      797,731.58
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $1,292,968.38
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District       1,292,968.38 G 140 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—Continued
Kamloops
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats, Mile 291.78 to Mile 310.08
(Project No. 648)  (Credit)      $44,861.26
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads	
 (Credit)      $44,861.26
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
North Thompson Highway, Heffley Canyon section (Project No. 692)      $150,495.25
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads        150,495.25
Total expenditure, Kamloops District       $105,633.99
Lillooet
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Horseshoe   Bay-Squamish   Highway,   Porteau-Britannia
Beach (Project No. 654)     $250,000.00
Horseshoe Bay-nSquamish Highway  (common)   (Project
No. 691)        116,157.79
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $366,157.79
Total expenditure, Lillooet District         366,157.79
Nelson-Creston
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Creston-Salmo Highway, Creston-Summit Creek section
(Project No. 756)     $486,847.90
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Salmo-Creston Cutoff 3a, Summit Lake to junction of Highway No. 6,
Section 1 (Project No. 870)       308,680.47
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads       $795,528.37
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District        795,528.37
New Westminster
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Pattullo Bridge, north approach, Royal Avenue Underpass, Mile 80.00 to Mile 80.14 (Project No. 533)......      $18,895.93
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads       $18,895.93
Total expenditure, New Westminster District  18,895.93
North Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Okanagan Highway, Oyama to north boundary, Section
31, Township 10 (Project No. 674)       $60,114.52
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads       $60,114.52
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District  60,114.52 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  141
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—Continued
South Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Okanagan Highway, Lot 4244-Deep Creek section (Project No. 649)      —      $44,575.31
Okanagan Highway, Deep Creek-Peachland section (Project No. 673)   9,473.33
Okanagan Highway, Powers Creek revision (Project No.
809)        178,723.99
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $232,772.63
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District       $232,772.63
Omineca (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Tintagel-Burns Lake
(Project No. 882)      $210,942.53
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $210,942.53
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)         210,942.53
Peace River South
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Dawson Creek-Alberta Boundary Highway, Pouce Coupe-
Alberta Boundary section (Project No. 881)     $425,957.26
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $425,957.26
Total expenditure, Peace River South District         425,957.26
Revelstoke
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Revelstoke Park Gate east, Mile 478.74 to Mile 481.66
(Project No. 542)      $128,473.32
Three Valley Lake west,  Mile  462.11  to  Mile  463.43
(Project No. 813a)        363,438.54
Victor Lake-Summit Lake section, Mile 465.41 to Mile
468.18 (Project No. 813b)       615,270.16
Craigellachie-Kay Falls, Twin Bridges, Mile 447.03  to
Mile 453.80 and Mile 454.30 to Mile 460.33 (Project
No. 819)        898,099.11
Greely-Clachnacudainn  Creek  section,  Mile  482.55  to
Mile 487.22 (Project No. 880)        410,774.33
Revelstoke-Greely section, Mile 477.61  to Mile 482.55
(Project No. 890)        151,690.60
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads $2,567,746.06
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District      2,567,746.06 G 142 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—Continued
Rossland-Trail
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Southern    Trans-Provincial    Highway,    Castlegar-Sheep
Lake, Section 1 (Project No. 776)      $931,923.18
Southern    Trans-Provincial    Highway,    Castlegar-Sheep
Lake, Section 2 (Project No. 878)        160,384.45
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $1,092,307.63
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District    $1,092,307.63
Salmon Arm
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Sorrento-Balmoral section, Mile 388.31 to Mile 397.08
(Project No. 612)          $2,688.53
Chase-Sorrento section, Mile 379.83 to Mile 384.38 and
Mile 385.61 to Mile 388.31 (Project No. 789)    1,274,925.72
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads $1,277,614.25
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District      1,277,614.25
Skeena (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Terrace-Kitimat Highway, Lakelse-Kitimat River section
(Project No. 629)      $453,434.89
Terrace-Kitimat   Highway,   Kitimat   Crossing-Kitimat
Townsite—clearing and grubbing (Project No. 643) 119,789.28
Terrace-Kitimat Highway, Kitimat River-Kitimat section
(Project No. 693)     1,712,596.63
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads $2,285,820.80
Total expenditure, Skeena District (West)      2,285,820.80
North Vancouver
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Lions Gate Bridge,
Horseshoe Bay-Project 539 section, Mile 54.68 to
55.97 (Project No. 622)        $50,000.00
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Lions Gate Bridge,
Lot 558 to Taylor Way, Mile 58.80 to Mile 62.58
(Project No. 657)        141,830.18
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Lions Gate Bridge
section—gravelling from Horseshoe Bay to Taylor
Way, Mile 54.68 to Mile 62.58 (Project No. 806)— 229,938.05
Horseshoe Bay-Taylor Way—guard-rail, Mile 54.68 to
Mile 62.58 (Project No. 896)         69,285.32
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads     $491,053.55
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Horseshoe Bay-Squamish Highway,  Section   1   (Project
No. 552)   $1,084,292.72
Horseshoe Bay-Squamish Highway, Alberta  Boundary-
Porteau section (Project No. 644)     1,668,700.00
Lions Gate Bridge, north approach (Project No. 676)  5,504.42 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  143
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER—Continued
North Vancouver—Continued
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads—Continued
Marine Drive and Taylor Way, West Vancouver (Project
No. 895)     $348,703.33
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads  $3,107,200.47
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District    $3,598,254.02
Yale
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Roads
Tank Hill and Tank Creek Underpass, Mile 246.60 to
Mile 247.51 and Mile 246.91 (Project No. 554) ......    $867,247.23
Salkel  Flats-Nine  Mile  Canyon,   Mile  212.83   to  Mile
215.33 (Project No- 625)          88,826.90
Nine Mile Creek-Boothroyd Flats, Mile 215.47 to Mile
217.41 (Project No. 647)        156,072.74
American Creek-Yale, Mile 177.47 to Mile 178.91 (Project No. 685)   3,813.28
Boston Bar-Salkel  Flats  section,  Mile  210.08  to  Mile
212.83 (Project No. 694)       772,650.75
Spences Bridge-Tank Hill, Mile 247.59 to Mile 260.98
(Project No. 760)  .    3,114,265.71
Lytton-Tank Hill, Mile 237.50 to Mile 246.60 (Project
No. 762)      1,605,487.40
Spuzzum   Creek  section,   Mile   189.67   to   Mile   193.45
(Project No. 764)        398,662.39
Tunnels-Robbins   Creek,   Mile   199.98   to   Mile   202.59
(Project No. 791)   2,730.00
Bell Crossing-Saddle Rock, Mile 183.90 to Mile 188.52
(Project No. 792)     1,735,858.10
Fraser River Crossing at Alexandra Lodge, Mile 193.17
to Mile 195.67 (Project No. 874)        225,195-36
Saddle Rock to C.P.R. Overhead, Mile  188.44 to Mile
189.75  (Project No. 892)         333,602.58
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Roads _._ $9,304,412.44
Total expenditure, Yale District       9,304,412.44
General
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (fc)—General
Highways, Roads
Street-lighting, traffic signals, south approaches of Oak
Street Bridge and approaches of Middle Arm Bridge
(Traffic Branch)   (Project No. 877)      $140,000.00
Channelization,    traffic    signals,    and    lighting    (Traffic
Branch)  (Project No. 894)          59,503.33
Metropolitan planning, Vancouver Highway (Project No.
899)           50,199.06
Total, Vote 340 (fc)—General Highways, Roads     $249,702.39
Total expenditure, General ....       $249,702.39
Grand total, Construction Engineer   $39,234,239.28 G 144 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
BRIDGE ENGINEER
BRIDGES
General
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Steel and pre-cast concrete stringer units, drilling, test
piles, etc., for highway bridges (Project No. 22)     $424,075.28
Bridge design and engineering services for Projects Nos.
262, 255, 280, 253, 246, 254, etc. (Project No. 281)      228,029.89
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges      $652,105.17
Total expenditure, General        $652,105.17
Cariboo (North)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Cariboo Highway, P.G.E. Underpass at Station 529 and
P.G.E. Underpass at Station 716 (Project No. 196).. $75,316.01
Baker Creek Bridge, Fraser Road, Quesnel (Project No.
202)    1,890.27
Cariboo Highway, Cottonwood River Bridge (Project No.
213)         166,400.00
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges      $243,606.28
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)          243,606.28
Cariboo (North) and Fort George
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Cariboo Highway, P.G.E. Overhead Crossing (part), Canyon Creek Bridge, Hixon Creek Bridge, Ahbau Creek
Bridge, and Stone Creek Bridge (Project No. 198)—    $362,500.00
Cariboo Highway, P.G.E. Underpass at Station 507 and
P.G.E. Underpass at Station 762 (Project No. 221)....      307,981.01
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges      $670,481.01
Total expenditure, Cariboo (North) and Fort George Districts         670,481.01
Columbia
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Park and Mount Hunter Bridges (Miles 677.64, 677.82,
and 677.79 to 681.15 (approaches)) (Project No. 113)    $103,797.53
Yoho Bridge, Mile 674.86 (Project No. 143)         73,388.91
Total, Vote 340 (o)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges.-    $177,186.44
Total expenditure, Columbia District         177,186.44
Comox
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Condensery Bridge (Project No. 218)          $7,673.93
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges         $7,673.93
Total expenditure, Comox District  7,673.93 I
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  145
BRIDGE ENGINEER—Continued
Cranbrook
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Cranbrook East Overhead (Project No. 174)   $743.75
Springbrook Bridge (Project No. 187)   121,806.53
Peavine Creek Bridge (Project No. 219)   19,305.53
Southern Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Curzon   Overhead
Crossing and approaches (Project No. 222)   285,311.84
Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Irishman   Creek
Bridge (Project No. 258)   55,310.82
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges     $482,478.47
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District       $482,478.47
Delta
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Fraser River crossing at Port Mann, no mileage established (Project No. 267)      $200,238.11
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges—    $200,238.11
Total expenditure, Delta District          200,238.11
Dewdney
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Pitt River Bridge (Project No. 171)      $568,929.24
Harrison River Bridge (Project No. 175)        283,500.00
Fraser Valley bridges—Kanaka Creek (part), Silver Creek,
Deroche, Dewdney, and Pumphouse Creek Bridges
and Chilkithan Slough (Fort Langley Bridge) (Project No. 204)        241,113.12
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges  $1,093,542.36
Total expenditure, Dewdney District      1,093,542.36
Esquimalt
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Malahat Overhead Crossing at Station 530, Malahat-Mill
Bay section, Mile 21.47 (Project No. 232)        $35,966.09
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges ...      $35,966.09
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District   35,966.09
Fort George
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Nechako River Bridge, Prince George (Project No. 211) $983,931.10
Fraser River Bridge, Prince George (Project No. 212) __ 9,000.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Willow River Bridge
(Project No. 265)   113,562.45
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Chilako (Mud) River
Bridge (Project No. 266)   78,179.12
Total, Vote 340 (e)—Bridges $1,184,672.67
Total expenditure, Fort George District      1,184,672.67 G 146 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
BRIDGE ENGINEER—Continued
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Yale Bridge, Grand Forks (Project No. 200)     $116,271.13
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges     $116,271.13
Total expenditure, Grand Forks-Greenwood District         $ 116,271.13
Kamloops
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
C.N.R. Overhead Crossing at Savona, Mile 314.02 (Project No. 259)       $90,760.28
Thompson River Bridge at Savona, Mile 314.14 (Project
No. 260)        397,745.04
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges   ...    $488,505.32
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Kamloops West Bridge—preliminary design for reconstruction (Project No. 240)         $3,500.00
Sidewalk for Ashcroft Bridge over Thompson River (Project No. 263)         36,379.50
North Thompson Highway, Barriere River Bridge (Project No. 268)       122,094.98
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges       161,974.48
Total expenditure, Kamloops District          650,479.80
Kaslo-Slocan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Nelson-Kaslo Highway, Woodbury Creek Bridge—preliminary investigation (Project No. 257)       $86,489.89
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges       $86,489.89
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  86,489.89
Lillooet
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Furry Creek Bridge (Project No. 231)     $101,395.39
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges     $101,395.39
Total expenditure, Lillooet District         101,395.39
Mackenzie
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Mission Creek Bridge No. 2, Gibsons-Sechelt Road (Project No. 239)       $91,752.77
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges       $91,752.77
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District  91,752.77
Nelson-Creston
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Pass Creek Bridge
(Project No. 203)        $36,373.92
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Sanca Creek Bridge
—preliminary investigation (Project No. 217)       171,200.00 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 147
BRIDGE ENGINEER—Continued
Nelson-Creston—Continued
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges—Continued
Old Kootenay Channel Bridge on Summit Creek-Creston
section of the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway
(Project No. 238)      $399,538.06
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges      $607,111.98
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District        $607,111.98
New Westminster
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (cj—Bridges
Queensborough Bridge (Project No. 229)       $22,760.82
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges        $22,760.82
Total expenditure, New Westminster District  22,760.82
North Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Grindrod-Sicamous Highway, Grindrod Bridge (Project
No. 270)      $256,335.07
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges     $256,335.07
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District         256,335.07
South Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Ellison Overhead Crossing (Project No. 241)    $111,813.80
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges     $ 111,813.80
Total expenditure, South Okanagan District         111,813.80
Omineca (East)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Engen Overhead Crossing (Project No. 220)       $76,843.64
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges       $76,843.64
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)  76,843.64
Omineca (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Pleasant Valley bridges (Project No. 161)         $3,964.49
Burns Lake Trestle (Project No. 199)       155,415.93
Bulkley River Bridge at Telkwa (Project No. 207)         78,635.21
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges     $238,015.63
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West)        238,015.63
Peace River North
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Beatton River Bridge (Project No. 208)      $149,694.38
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges      $149,694.38
Total expenditure, Peace River North District          149,694.38 G 148 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
BRIDGE ENGINEER—Continued
Prince Rupert
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
McClymont Bridge (Project No. 226)       $128,922.08
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges     $128,922.08
Total expenditure, Prince Rupert District       $128,922.08
Revelstoke
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Craigellachie  Overhead  Crossing,  Mile  446.61   (Project
No.  184)         $314,790.72
Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke, Mile 476.61 (Project No.  185)         490,638.02
C.P.R. Overhead, Mile 464.62 (Project No. 192)       176,789.89
Gorge and Crazy Creek Bridges, Mile 447.25 and Mile
452.45 (Project No. 216)        116,173.88
North Fork of Eagle River Bridge, Eagle River Bridge,
and Camp Creek Bridge, Mile 447.51, Mile 455.93,
and Mile 458.28 (Project No. 264)        235,657.49
Taft Overhead Crossing, Nineteen Mile Overhead Crossing, and Summit Lake Overhead Crossing, Mile
452.22, Mile 456.87, and Mile 467.35 (Project No.
272)          284,750.04
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges— $1,618,800.04
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District      1,618,800.1
Rossland-Trail
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Castlegar Overhead
Crossing (Project No. 214)        $91,730.65
Trail Bridge (Project No. 275)          10,000.00
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges      $101,730.65
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District          101,730.65
Salmon Arm
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Chase Creek Bridge and Overhead Crossing, Mile 378.94
and Mile 382.91 (Project No. 273)      $54,531.78
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges —     $54,531.78
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District   54,531.78
Skeena (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Terrace-Kitimat  Highway,  Kitimat  River  Bridge,  Nal-
beelah Creek Bridge, and Humphrys Creek Bridge
(Project No. 244)      $731,243.06
Hirsch Creek Bridge (Project No. 247)      265,454.77
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Bridges     $996,697.83
Total expenditure, Skeena District (West)         996,697.83 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 149
BRIDGE ENGINEER—Continued
North Vancouver
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Nelson Creek Bridge, Mile 55.92 (Project No. 167)          $1,605.98
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges ....        $1,605.98
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (c)—Bridges
Capilano River (Project No. 186)          $4,353.07
Strachan Mountain Creek No. 2 Bridge (Project No. 189) 43,774.70
Strachan Mountain Creek No. 1 Bridge (Project No. 191) 7,112.29
Marine  Drive  Overpass,  Lions  Gate  Bridge   approach,
north approach (Project No. 195)    1,863.54
Newman Creek Bridge (Project No. 215)          36,587.61
Squamish Highway bridges—Stations 437 (L), 458 (M),
and 539 (N), and Deeks Creek. Bridge (P)  (Project
No. 237)        248,300.00
Vancouver-Squamish   Highway,   Harvey   Creek   Bridge
(Project No. 274)          57,264.52
Lone Tree Creek Bridge (Project No. 279)          80,006.87
Vancouver-Squamish Highway, Squamish Highway Bridge
(K) (Project No. 282)   5,615.00
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Bridges        484,877.60
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District       $486,483.58
Yale
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Bridges
Alexandra Bridges,  Mile   193.74—preliminary investigation (Project No. 183)  $163,305.45
Nine Mile Canyon Bridge,  Mile 215.4,  and  approach,
Mile 215.33 to Mile 215.47 (Project No. 188)   773,918.11
Spuzzum Creek Bridge, Mile 191.19 (Project No. 197) ._. 194,556.56
Nicomen Underpass, Mile 249.30 (Project No. 243)   11,055.83
Sawmill Creek Bridge, Mile 186.34 (Project No. 256)—- 131,202.46
Nicomen River Bridge and Sackum Overhead Crossing,
Mile 249.50 and Mile 252.5 (Project No. 271)    130,508.72
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Bridges.- $1,404,547.13
Total expenditure, Yale District       1,404,547.13
Total,   Bridges   $12,048,627.92
FERRY-LANDINGS
Nanaimo-Islands
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Ferry-landings
Montague  Harbour,  Galiano  Island,   and  Village  Bay,
Mayne Island (Project No. 242)      $233,698.41
Gabriola Island ferry-landing (Project No. 201)        32,682.04
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Ferry-landings      $266,380.45
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District       $266,380.45 G 150 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
BRIDGE ENGINEER—Continued
Dewdney
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Ferry-landings
Albion-McMillan Ferry landing (Project No. 230)        $58,619.55
Total, Vote 340 (c)— Ferry-landings        $58,619.55
Total expenditure, Dewdney District        $58,619.55
Mackenzie and North Vancouver
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (c)—Ferry-landings
Britannia and Woodfibre Ferry landing (Project No. 236)      $35,192.29
Total, Vote 340 (c)—Ferry-landings        $35,192.29
Total expenditure, Mackenzie and North Vancouver Districts   35,192.29
Total, Ferry-landings        $360,192.29
Grand total, Bridge Engineer (Bridges and Ferry-landings)  $12,408,820.21
SURFACING ENGINEER
Headquarters
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (d)—Hard Surfacing
Paving generally (curb and gutter survey, $281,565.75;
Garage Account, $7,839.56; Plant and Tools Account, $199.29; miscellaneous, $38,091.21)     $327,695.81
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $327,695.81
Total expenditure, Headquarters       $327,695.81
Burnaby
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (d)—Hard Surfacing
No.   135r,   Grandview-Douglas   Highway—truck   lanes
(Section 68)       $12,492.48
No. 241r, Edmonds Street—curb and gutter (Contract
S-5704)         136,424.47
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $148,916.95
Total expenditure, Burnaby District         148,916.95
Cariboo (North)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Cariboo Highway (Section 72)  $862.50
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing .... $862.50
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (North)  862.50
Cariboo (South)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Cariboo Highway, 100 Mile House north—seal-coat (Section 76)         $1,502.89
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing        $ 1,502.89
Total expenditure, Cariboo District (South)  1,502.89
J STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  151
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
Chilliwack
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 5-4r, Matsqui Municipal Boundary east to Abbotsford (Contract S-5701)     $228,170.14
Arterial  highway  through  Rosedale—curb  and  gutter
(Contract S-5703)          55,025.80
Trans-Canada Highway,  Chilliwack-Rosedale   (Contract
S-5703)         112,374.39
Trans-Canada Highway, Rosedale-Bridal Falls (Contract
S-5703)           59,402.92
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $454,973.25
Total expenditure, Chilliwack District       $454,973.25
Columbia
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Parsons and McMurdo—
base processing       $28,587.47
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $28,587.47
Total expenditure, Columbia District  28,587.47
COMOX
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 32r, Courtenay Arterial, Eleventh Street to Twenty-
first Street—curb and gutter one side (Section 67) —.      $58,554.66
No. 120r, Campbell River Arterial, from Elk River Timber Crossing to bridge—curb and gutter (Section 67) 2,519.72
Old Comox Road (Section 67)         25,455.62
No. 196, Island Highway, Wellington-Lantzville (Section
67)            73,633.08
No. 234r, Arterial, Comox Avenue (Section 82)         21,547.27
No. 8, Comox Road, Courtenay city limits to Comox village boundary (Contract S-5705)        46,877.17
No. 32r, Courtenay Arterial, Comox Road to Sixth Street
(Contract S-5705)   6,252.60
No. 32r, Courtenay Arterial, Sixth Street to Twenty-first
Street (Contract S-5705)         75,463.01
No.  196, Island Highway, Courtenay city limits to 0.8
mile south of Trent River Bridge (Contract S-5705)        96,518.08
Nos.   119r and  2,  Arterial  and Anderton  Road  from
Comox Avenue to Ryan Road (Contract S-5705) ___        31,005.63
No.  23 4r,  Comox Avenue,  village  limits  to  Anderton
Road (Contract S-5705)          22,549.45
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $460,376.29
Total expenditure, Comox District        460,376.29
Cranbrook
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 29, Kingsgate-Curzon Highway (Section 71)        $1,368.19
Southern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Curzon   junction
westerly—base processing         12,734.24
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $14,102.43
Total expenditure, Cranbrook District  14,102.43 G  152 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
Delta
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 3r, Trans-Canada Highway, Nicomekl Bridge, Langley, east to municipal boundary, Aldergrove (Contract S-5701)      $291,621.56
No. 10-125R, New McLennan Road, Scott Road, King
George VI Highway (Contract S-5701)         42,669.52
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $334,291.08
Total expenditure, Delta District       $334,291.08
Dewdney
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Agassiz-Rosedale north bridge approaches and approach
road (Section 68)          $2,277.44
Kanaka Creek approach revision (Section 68)   8,878.37
Lougheed Highway, Haney, 6th to 8th Avenue, 9th to 9VS
Avenue—drainage, curb and gutter (Contract S-5704)        42,352.71
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $53,508.52
Total expenditure, Dewdney District  53,508.52
Burnaby and Dewdney
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No.  11-57r, Port Moody-loco Road, loco Overhead to
loco (Contract S-5704)        $64,112.17
No. 11-200R, Vancouver-Coquitlam Highway, Port Moody
westerly (Contract S-5704)         31,586.69
No. 3-14R, Hastings-Barnet Highway, Westridge Subdivision easterly (Contract S-5704)          36,544.72
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $132,243.58
Total expenditure, Burnaby and Dewdney Districts         132,243.58
Esquimalt
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 [a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Malahat Chalet-Mill Bay section—base processing, Mile
15.21 to Mile 25.57 (Project No. 867)        $79,987.47
Malahat section, Mile 11.4 to Mile 15.21  (Section 56)
(Project No. 867)          15,424.70
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving—      $95,412.17
Total expenditure, Esquimalt District  95,412.17
Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Cobble Hill, Mile 25.38 to Mile 35.21 (Section 57) (Project No. 867)        $56,929.71
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving—      $56,929.71
Total expenditure, Esquimalt and Cowichan-Newcastle Districts  56,929.71 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G  153
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
Fort George
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Arterial highways in Prince George—curb and gutters,
street sewers (Section 73)   $172,578.01
Pine Street, Prince George (Section 73)   9,531.84
Queen Street and Fort George to Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Prince George (Section 73)   5,399.08
Prince George, John Hart Highway—base processing  41,901.88
Prince George, Peden Hill west—base processing  22,480.10
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $251,890.91
Total expenditure, Fort George District ..      $251,890.91
Kamloops
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No.  67,  Kamloops-Merritt  Road,  McConnell  Lane  to
Cardeau Hill (Section 69)        $91,254.28
No. 67, Kamloops-Merritt Road, Willow Ranch to Stump
Lake (Section 69)          80,953.31
No. 71, North Thompson Highway (district job)—base
processing         23,418.07
No. 18L, Ashcroft to Cache Creek—base processing         21,078.11
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $216,703.77
Total expenditure, Kamloops District         216,703.77
Kamloops and Yale
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 35, Merritt-Kamloops Road, Mile 7 to Mile 17 (Contract S-5722)     $183,993.78
No. 67, Kamloops-Merritt Road, Mile 12.3 to Mile 16.7
(Contract S-5722)         79,012.86
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $263,006.64
Total expenditure, Kamloops and Yale Districts         263,006.64
Kamloops and Lillooet
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats, Mile 291.78 to Mile 310.08
—base processing (Project No. 867)            $28,517.60
Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats, Mile 291.78 to Mile 310.08
(Contract S-5781) (Project No. 867)        342,124.80
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving—.    $370,642.40
Total expenditure, Kamloops and Lillooet Districts         370,642.40
Kaslo-Slocan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 246, Lemon Creek-Slocan City—base processing  $11,741.42
No. 246, Box Lake Pit-C.P.R. Railroad, Nakusp—base
processing  14,886.89
Slocan City-Passmore—base processing  14,764.13
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $41,392.44
Total expenditure, Kaslo-Slocan District  41,392.44 G 154 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
Lillooet
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Lytton-Lillooet Highway (district job)—base processing     $11,999.86
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $11,999.86
Total expenditure, Lillooet District        $11,999.86
Mackenzie
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Taylor Way,
Mile 54.68 to Mile 62.58 (Section 68) (Project No.
867)        $233,531.55
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving—    $233,531.55
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (d)—Hard Surfacing
First Street,  Marine Avenue to Manson,  Powell  River
(Westview) (Section 78)        $11,146.33
Marine Avenue,  First Street to  Fourth Street, Powell
River (Westview)—curb and gutter (Section 78)_ 18,382.20
Texada Island, Gil.ies Bay Road, from Gillies Bay to 4
miles on North Road (Contract S-5702)          36,549.67
No. 237, Ocean View, Powell River, from Mill Street to
First Street (Contract S-5702)         59,319.91
No.  314, Sechelt-Pender Harbour Road,  Mile   14.3  to
Klein Junction (Contract S-5702)        195,161.50
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing        320,559.61
Total expenditure, Mackenzie District          554,091.16
Nanaimo-Islands
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 13 Ir, Arterial highway in Nanaimo from Trans-
Canada Highway to Comox Road—curb and gutter
(Section 67)      $135,947.58
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $135,947.58
Total expenditure, Nanaimo-Islands District          135,947.58
Nelson-Creston
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 139, Harrop-Procter—base processing        $16,738.71
No. 235, Nelson-Nelway Highway—base processing         21,741.59
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing ....       $38,480.30
Total expenditure, Nelson-Creston District   38,480.30
North Okanagan
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 97, Okanagan Highway, Oyama to 8 miles south of
Vernon—base processing ..—     $14,043.33
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing        $14,043.33
Total expenditure, North Okanagan District   14,043.33 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
G 155
No.
No,
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
North Okanagan and Revelstoke
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
97, Okanagan Highway, Oyama north (Contract
S-5724)         $76,023.53
97, Sicamous-Grindrod Highway, from Trans-
Canada Highway, Sicamous, to start of paving in
North Okanagan District (Contract S-5724)        238,856.24
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
$314,879.77
Total expenditure, North Okanagan and Revelstoke Districts       $314,879.77
Omineca (East)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 39, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, 1 mile west
of Vanderhoof (Section 73) 	
Vanderhoof to Fort Fraser—base processing 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Vanderhoof, Mc-
Call, Engen, and Martin Lake—base processing 	
Fort St. James—base processing 	
Northern Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Vanderhoof  west,
Mile 11 to Mile 27—base processing	
$5,670.64
41,577.84
19,424.86
2,454.12
80,247.94
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $149,375.40
Total expenditure, Omineca District (East)
149,375.40
Omineca (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Burns Lake westerly  (Section 75)   (Credit) $93.33
No. 16, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Houston to
16 miles west (Contract S-5761)         408,324.17
No. 16, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, 2 miles west
of Rose Lake to 2 miles east of Topley (Contract
S-5761)         252,716.96
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $660,947.80
Total expenditure, Omineca District (West) 	
Peace River North
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
660,947.80
City streets, Fort St. John—storm-sewers, curb and gutter
(Section 74)   	
Fort St. John-Airport (Section 74) 	
Highway Street, Alaska Highway to arterial—curb and
gutter (Section 74) 	
Central Avenue approach, Alaska Highway to arterials—
curb and gutter (Section 74) 	
$57,340.04
80,399.14
9,742.60
20,611.21
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing      $168,092.99
Total expenditure, Peace River North District 	
Revelstoke
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Three Valley Lake section, Mile 462.91 to Mile 465.41
and Mile 469.01 to Mile 469.85 (Section 65) (Project No. 865)         $63,618.72
168,092.99
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving
$63,618.72 G  156 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
Revelstoke—Continued
Capital Expenditure:  Vote 340 (rf)—Hard
Surfacing
Revelstoke Park Gate east (Section 66)        $68,484.02
No. 5 Road, Revelstoke (district job)—base processing ...        10,497.46
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $78,981.48
Total expenditure, Revelstoke District       $142,600.20
Rossland-Trail
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Robson-Deer Park section—base processing         $5,585.78
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing         $5,585.78
Total expenditure, Rossland-Trail District  5,585.78
Salmon Arm
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Canoe-Sicamous section, Mile 418.88 to Mile 425.11—
base processing (Project No. 867)       $18,657.09
Canoe-Sicamous  section,   Mile  418.88  to   Mile  430.22
(Contract S-5782) (Project No. 867)       310,561.17
Balmoral section,  Mile 388.31 to Mile 397.08   (Section
64) (Project No. 867)  9,577.27
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving __....    $338,795.53
Total expenditure, Salmon Arm District         338,795.53
Similkameen
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Hope-Princeton Highway from 4 miles east of Allison
Pass east section—recap (Section 70)  (Credit) $343.83
No. 115r, arterial through Oliver—curb and gutter (Section 70)   78.21
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, south of Oliver to
Graveyard Hill (Contract S-5721)       256,120.23
Southern Trans-Provincial Highway, Oliver north to Mclntyre Bridge (Contract S-5721)       105,379.75
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $361,234.36
Total expenditure, Similkameen District         361,234.36
Skeena (East)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hazelton—base processing         $9,966.14
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, New Hazelton—base
processing          18,428.24
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $28,394.38
Total expenditure, Skeena District (East) .. 28,394.38 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 157
SURFACING ENGINEER—Continued
Skeena (West)
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No.   173,   Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   Tyee-
Kwinitsa—base processing     $122,397.17
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $122,397.17
Total expenditure, Skeena District (West) .___        $122,397.17
Vancouver-Point Grey
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Chancellor Boulevard from Acadia Road to Marine Drive
(Contract S-5704)        $13,572.95
Vancouver, Marine Drive from city boundary to Mile 1.6
(Contract S-5704)          23,893.57
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing       $37,466.52
Total expenditure, Vancouver-Point Grey District  37,466.52
North Vancouver
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
Main Street, North Vancouver, from city boundary to
mountain highway (Contract S-5704)        $7,733.93
Marine Drive, Nelson Avenue toward Whytecliff (Contract S-5704)          10,805.79
No. 157r, Third Street, Lonsdale to St. Davids—curb and
gutter and pave (Contract S-5704)         59,836.37
No.  157r, Third Street, St. Davids to city boundary—
paving only (Contract S-5704)         34,485.15
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing      $112,861.24
Total expenditure, North Vancouver District         112,861.24
Yale and Similkameen
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing
No. 70, Merritt-Princeton Road, Mile 71 to Mile 74.7
(Contract S-5722)        $91,721.02
No. 72, Princeton-Merritt Road, Mile 17.6 to Mile 23.6
(Contract S-5722)           99,768.41
Total, Vote 340 (rf)—Hard Surfacing     $191,489.43
Total expenditure, Yale and Similkameen Districts         191,489.43
Yale
Capital Expenditure: Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada
Highway, Paving
Lytton-Spences   Bridge   section,   Mile   237.50   to   Mile
260.98—base processing (Project No. 867)  $416.93
Salkel  Flats-Boothroyd  section,   Mile   212.83   to   Mile
217.41 (Section 59) (Project No. 867)         88,773.76
American Creek-Yale section, Mile 177.47 to Mile 178.91
(Contract S-5783) (Project No. 867)  6,325.30
Total, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway, Paving -—      $95,515.99
Total expenditure, Yale District  95,515.99
Grand total, Surfacing Engineer    $6,737,237.60 G  158 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES,  1957/58
(SURVEYS, CONSTRUCTION, PAVING COSTS, ETC.)
(Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway)
Burnaby
Road Construction
Burnaby Lake Freeway section, mileage not established (Project No.
885)      $233,774.77
Total, Burnaby District         $233,774.77
Chilliwack
Surveys
Pattullo Bridge-Abbotsford, Mile 81 to Mile 113.1 (Project No. 868)....      $95,347.62
Rights-of-way
Cheam Creek-Twin Bridges section, Mile 145.31 to Mile
147.40 (Project No. 869)   $75.00
Twin Bridges-Lorenzetti Creek section, Mile  148.21 to
Mile 154.00 (Project No. 869)   442.00
Vedder River-Chilliwack section,  Mile  124.72 to  Mile
135.03 (Project No. 869)          47,042.58
Chilliwack-Cheam Creek section,  Mile  135.03  to  Mile
144.28 (Project No. 869)        142,929.25
Abbotsford-Mount Lehman section, Mile 107.54 to Mile
113.60 (Project No. 869)        253,151.08
      443,639.91
Road Construction
Cheam Creek-Twin Bridges section, Mile 145.31 to Mile
147.40 (Project No. 750)      $144,710.84
Twin Bridges-Lorenzetti Creek section, Mile  148.21 to
Mile 154.00 (Project No. 753)     1,018,814.20
Vedder River-Chilliwack section,  Mile  124.72 to Mile
135.03 (Project No. 807)     2,522,060.18
Chilliwack-Cheam Creek section, Mile  135.03 to Mile
144.28 (Project No. 821)        888,181.30
    4,573,766.52
Total, Chilliwack District      5,112,754.05
Columbia
Rights-of-way
Golden-Donald section, Mile 654.79 to Mile 668.67 (Project No. 869)      $16,062.50
Road Construction
Golden-Yoho section, Mile 668.67 to Mile 677.64 (Project No. 398)      $403,596.93
Golden-Donald section, Mile 654.79 to Mile 668.67 (Project No. 879)        265,604.47
Glacier Park-Donald section, Mile 641.94 to Mile 654.79
(day-labour) (Project No. 958)   5,974.59
      675,175.99
Bridges
Park  and   Mount  Hunter  Bridges,   Mile   677.64,   Mile
677.82, and Mile 677.79 to Mile 681.15—approaches
(Project No. 113)      $103,797.53
Yoho Bridge, Mile 674.86 (Project No. 143)         73,388.91
       177,186.44
Total, Columbia District         868,424.93 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 159
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Cowichan-Newcastle
Rights-of-way
Nanaimo-Ladysmith, Section 2, Mile 57.43 to Mile 62.28
(Project No. 869)          $1,185.00
Cowichan Bay Road, Koksilah, Mile 29.18 to Mile 35.23
(Project No. 869)   104.00
$1,289.00
Road Construction
Cowichan Bay Road, Koksilah, Mile 29.16 to Mile 35.21 (Project No.
658)  --        11,927.67
Total, Cowichan-Newcastle District          $13,216.67
Delta
Bridges
Fraser River crossing at Port Mann, no mileage established (Project No.
267)       $200,238.11
Total, Delta District         200,238.11
Dewdney
Rights-of-way
Burnaby Lake Freeway, no mileage established (Project No. 869)       $39,944.00
Total, Dewdney District  39,944.00
Esquimalt
Rights-of-way
First section, Victoria outlet, Mile 0 to Mile 3.98 (Project
No. 869)  (Credit) $160.00
Cobble  Hill-Cowichan  Bay  Road, Mile  25.44 to Mile
29.18 (Project No. 869)   52.00
Malahat  Chalet-Mill  Bay section,  Mile   15.21   to  Mile
23.97 (Project No. 869)   290.80
$182.80
Road Construction
Cobble Hill Road-Cowichan Bay Road, Mile 25.44 to
Mile 29.18 (Project No. 560)       $15,193.99
Arbutus Creek-Malahat Chalet, Mile 11.40 to Mile 15.21
(Project No. 561)          12,501.38
Malahat Chalet-Mill Bay, Mile 15.21 to Mile 23.97 (Project No. 687)        796,695.20
824,390.57
Paving
Malahat Chalet-Mill  Bay section,  Mile   15.21  to  Mile
23.98—base processing (Project No. 867)       $79,987.47
Malahat section, Mile 11.4 to Mile  15.21   (Section 56)
(Project No. 867)          15,424.70
Cobble Hill, Mile 25.38 to Mile 35.21 (Section 57) (Project No. 867)         56,929.71
152,341.88
Bridges
Malahat Overhead Crossing at Station 530, Malahat-Mill Bay section,
Mile 21.47 (Project No. 232)         35,966.09
Total, Esquimalt District  -        1,012,881.34 G 160 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1957/58
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Kamloops
Rights-of-way
Thompson River Bridge at Savona, Mile 314.14 (Project No. 869)  $135.00
Road Construction
Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats, Mile 291.78 to Mile 310.08 (Project No.
648)   .... (Credit)        44,861.26
Paving
Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats, Mile 291.78 to Mile 310.08
—base processing (Project No. 867)      $28,517.60
Cache Creek-Lemonade Flats, Mile 291.78 to Mile 310.08
(Contract S-5781) (Project No. 867)       342,124.80
Bridges
C.N.R. Overhead Crossing at Savona, Mile 314.02 (Project No. 259)        $90,760.28
Thompson River Bridge at Savona, Mile 314.14 (Project
No. 260)        397,745.04
370,642.40
488,505.32
Total, Kamloops District        $814,421.46
Mackenzie
Paving
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Taylor Way, Mile 54.68 to Mile
62.58 (Section 68) (Project No. 867)     $233,531.55
Total, Mackenzie District        233,531.55
New Westminster
Road Construction
Pattullo Bridge, north approach, Royal Avenue Underpass, Mile 80 to
Mile 80.14 (Project No. 533)       $18,895.93
$399,629.10
Total, New Westminster District  18,895.93
North Vancouver
Rights-of-way
Upper Levels-Twenty-fifth Street project in North Vancouver, no mileage established (Project No. 869)     $396,939.60
Upper Levels Highway, Horseshoe Bay-Lions Gate
Bridge, Lot 558 to Taylor Way, Mile 58.80 to Mile
62.58 (Project No. 869)  2,689.50
Road Construction
Upper   Levels   Highway,   Horseshoe   Bay-Lions   Gate
Bridge, Horseshoe Bay Project No. 539 section, Mile
54.68 to Mile 55.97 (Project No. 622)    ....      $50,000.00
Upper   Levels   Highway,   Horseshoe   Bay-Lions   Gate
Bridge, Lot 558 to Taylor Way, Mile 58.80 to Mile
62.58 (Project No. 657) . .       141,830.18
Upper   Levels   Highway,   Horseshoe   Bay-Lions   Gate
Bridge section—gravelling from Horseshoe  Bay to
Taylor Way, Mile 54.68 to Mile 62.58 (Project No-
806)       229,938.05
Horseshoe Bay-Taylor Way, Mile 54.68 to Mile 62.58—
guard-rail (Project No. 896)        69,285.32
 491,053.55 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES G 161
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
North Vancouver—Continued
Bridges
Nelson Creek Bridge, Mile 55.92 (Project No. 167)         $1,605.98
Total, North Vancouver District       $892,288.63
Revelstoke
Surveys
Revelstoke-Golden, Griffith-Golden section, Mile 476.6
to Mile 563 (Project No. 868)        $42,464.88
Revelstoke-Golden, Revelstoke-Flat Creek section, Mile
476.6 to Mile 563 (Project No. 868)          43,266.43
Sicamous-Revelstoke, Mile 430.28 to Mile 476.61 (Project No. 868)           28,758.68
$114,489.99
Rights-of-way
Three Valley Lake  west,   Mile  462.11   to  Mile  463.43
(Project No. 869)             $6,466.00
Craigellachie-Kay Falls, Kay Falls-Twin Bridges, Mile
447.03 to Mile 453.80 and Mile 454.30 to Mile
460.33   (Project No.  869)           23,949.50
Greely-Clachnacudainn  Creek  section,   Mile   482.55   to
Mile 487.22 (Project No. 869)   163.50
Revelstoke-Greely section, Mile 477.61  to Mile 482.55
(Project No. 869)   9,789.30
Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke, Mile 476.61 (Project No. 869)   1,548.00
41,916.30
Road Construction
Revelstoke Park Gate east, Mile 478.74 to Mile 481.66
(Project No. 542)      $128,473.32
Three Valley Lake west,  Mile  462.11  to  Mile  463.43
(Project No. 813A)        363,438.54
Victor Lake-Summit Lake section, Mile 465.41 to Mile
468.18 (Project No. 813B)        615,270.16
Craigellachie-Kay Falls, Twin Bridges, Mile 447.03 to
Mile 453.80 and Mile 454.30 to Mile 460.33 (Project
No. 819)        898,099.11
Greely-Clachnacudainn Creek section,  Mile 482.55 to
Mile 487.22 (Project No. 880)        410,774.33
Revelstoke-Greely section, Mile 477.61  to Mile 482.55
(Project No. 890)        151,690.60
2,567,746.06
Paving
Three Valley Lake section, Mile 462.91 to Mile 465.41 and Mile 469.01
to Mile 469.85 (Section 65) (Project No. 865)         63,618.72
Bridges
Craigellachie  Overhead  Crossing,  Mile  446.61   (Project
No. 184)       $314,790.72
Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke, Mile 476.61 (Project No. 185)        490,638.02
C.P.R. Overhead, Mile 464.62 (Project No. 192)       176,789.89
Gorge and Crazy Creek Bridges, Mile 447.25 and Mile
452.45 (Project No. 216)        116,173.88
North Fork of Eagle River Bridge, Eagle River Bridge,
and Camp Creek Bridge, Mile 447.51, Mile 455.93,
and Mile 458.28 (Project No. 264)       235,657.49
Taft Overhead Crossing, Nineteen Mile Overhead Crossing, and Summit Lake Overhead Crossing, Mile
452.22, Mile 456.87, and Mile 467.35 (Project No.
272)           284,750.04
1,618,800.04
Total, Revelstoke District      4,406,571.11 G 162 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1957/58
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Salmon Arm
Rights-of-way
Tappen-Salmon   River   section,   Mile   402.76   to   Mile
407.49 (Project No. 869)  $646.71
Sorrento-Balmoral section, Mile 388.31  to Mile 397.08
(Project No. 869)   3,201.00
Chase-Sorrento section, Mile 379.83 to Mile 384.38 and
Mile 385.61 to Mile 388.31 (Project No. 869)  312.00
$4,159.71
Road Construction
Sorrento-Balmoral section, Mile 388.31 to Mile 397.08
(Project No. 612)         $2,688.53
Chase-Sorrento section, Mile 379.83 to Mile 384.38 and
Mile 385.61 to Mile 388.31 (Project No. 789)    1,274,925.72
Canoe-Annis, Mile 418.88 to Mile 425.11 (day-labour)
(Project No. 477)   4,457.23
Annis-Sicamous, Mile 425.11 to Mile 430.22 (day-labour)
(Project No. 551)          11,489.85
1,293,561.33
Paving
Canoe-Sicamous section, Mile 418.88 to Mile 425.11—
base processing (Project No. 867)       $18,657.09
Canoe-Sicamous   section,  Mile  418.88   to   Mile  430.22
(Contract S-5782) (Project No. 867)       310,561.17
Balmoral section, Mile 388.31 to Mile 397.08 (Section 64)
(Project No. 867)   9,577.27
338,795.53
Bridges
Chase Creek Bridge  and  Overhead Crossing, Mile  378.94  and  Mile
382.91 (Project No. 273)         54,531.78
Total, Salmon Arm District    $1,691,048.35
Yale
Surveys
Bell   Crossing-Alexandra  Lodge,   Mile   183.90  to   Mile
196.26 (Project No. 868)   $9.89
Boston Bar-Jackass Mountain, Mile 208.90 to Mile 226.12
(Project No. 868)   1,415.86
Kanaka Creek-Lytton, Mile 229.43 to Mile 237.50 (Project No. 868)   3,476.73
Lytton-Spences Bridge, Mile 237.50 to Mile 262.19 (Project No. 868)   3,239.70
Tunnels-Boston Bar, Mile 199.85 to Mile 208.9 (Project
No. 868)         36,816.94
$44,959.12
Rights-of-way
Nine Mile Creek-Boothroyd Flats, Mile 215.47 to Mile
217.41 (Project No. 869)   $576.00
Lytton-Tank Hill, Mile 237.50 to Mile 246.60 (Project
No. 869)   5,773.50
Spuzzum  Creek section,  Mile   189.67  to  Mile   193.46
(Project No. 869)   42.40
Saddle Rock to C.P.R. Overhead, Mile  188.44 to Mile
189.75 (Project No. 869)  6,564.50
Boothroyd-Jackass Mountain, Mile 217.41 to Mile 225.49
(Project No. 869)  8,805.75
21,762.15 STATEMENT  OF EXPENDITURES
G  163
SUMMARY OF TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—Continued
Yale—Continued
Road Construction
Tank Hill and Tank Creek Underpass, Mile 246.60 to
Mile 247.51 and Mile 246.91 (Project No. 554)     $867,247.23
Salkel  Flats-Nine  Mile  Canyon,   Mile  212.83  to  Mile
215.33 (Project No. 625)         88,826.90
Nine Mile Creek-Boothroyd Flats, Mile 215.47 to Mile
217.41 (Project No. 647)       156,072.74
American Creek-Yale, Mile 177.47 to Mile 178.91 (Proj
ect No. 685)
3,813.28
772,650.75
3,114,265.71
1,605,487.40
Boston Bar-Salkel Flats section, Mile 210.08 to Mile
212.83 (Project No. 694)	
Spences Bridge-Tank Hill, Mile 247.59 to Mile 260.98
(Project No. 760)	
Lytton-Tank Hill, Mile 237.50 to Mile 246.60 (Project
No. 762)  ....
Spuzzum Creek section, Mile 189.67 to Mile 193.46 (Project No. 764)       398,662.39
Tunnels-Robbins   Creek,   Mile   199.98   to   Mile   202.59
(Project No. 791)  2,730.00
Bell Crossing-Saddle Rock, Mile 183.90 to Mile 188.52
(Project No. 792)    1,735,858.10
Fraser River Crossing at Alexandra Lodge, Mile 193.17 to
Mile 195.67 (Project No. 874)       225,195.36
Saddle Rock to C.P.R. Overhead, Mile  188.44 to Mile
189.75 (Project No. 892)       333,602.58
Paving
Lytton-Spences Bridge section, Mile 237.50 to Mile
260.98—base processing (Project No. 867)	
Salkel Flats-Boothroyd section, Mile 212.83 to Mile
217.41 (Section 59) (Project No. 867)	
American Creek-Yale section, Mile 177.47 to Mile 178.91
(Contract S-5783) (Project No. 867)	
$9,304,412.44
$416.93
38,773.76
6,325.30
Alexandra Bridges, Mile  193.74
tion (Project No. 183).
Bridges
-preliminary investiga-
$163,305.45
95,515.9
Nine Mile Canyon Bridge, Mile 215.4, and approach, Mile
215.33 to Mile 215.47 (Project No. 188)  773,918.11
Spuzzum Creek Bridge, Mile 191.19 (Project No. 197)— 194,556.56
Nicomen Underpass, Mile 249.30 (Project No. 243)  11,055.83
Sawmill Creek Bridge, Mile 186.34 (Project No. 356).  131,202.46
Nicomen River Bridge and Sackum Overhead Crossing,
Mile 249.50 and Mile 252.5 (Project No. 271)  130,508.72
1,404,547.13
Total, Yale District . $10,871,196.83
Gross expenditure, Vote 340 (a)—Trans-Canada Highway $26,409,187.73
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1958
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