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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ESTIMATES
of Revenue and Expenditure
Fiscal Year Ending March 31
1960
As Authorized by the Legislature
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1959  ESTIMATED REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1960
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$250,000
3,000,000
145,000
95,000
650,000
500,000
160,000
750,000
450,000
90,000
$6,090,000
$1,400,000
1,000,000
78,000,000
27,500,000
1,900,000
$109,800,000
$62,283,050
Property Taxes:
Land Taxes, General:
Code No.
51311 Farm Land   $275,000
51312 Improved Land   3,375,000
51313 Wild Lands  150,000
51314 Coal Land "A" and "B".  100,000
     $3,900,000
Land Taxes, Forest:
51321 Forest Land  $300,000
51322 Timber Land   350,000
51323 Tree-farm Land   155,000
51324 " E. & N. Railway Belt Land
Tax Act"   750,000
51325 Forest Protection Tax         485,000
      2,040,000
51331    Land Taxes, Mineral:   "Mineral Property
Taxation Act "   75,000
Total, Property Taxes       $6,015,000
Sales, Hospital Construction Aid, and Pari-mutuel Taxes:
Code No.
51421 Hospital Construction Aid Tax     $1,500,000
Earmarked for Hospital Construction,
" Hospital Construction Aid Tax Act."
51422 Pari-mutuel Betting Tax       1,200,000
51431    Social Services Tax     84,000,000
51441 Gasoline Tax     28,200,000
Earmarked for debt redemption and highways to the extent of 3 cents per gallon,
" Highway Development Act."
51442 Fuel-oil Tax       1,900,000
Total, Sales, Hospital Construction Aid, and Pari-
mutuel Taxes      116,800,000
52111    Federal-Provincial Tax-sharing Arrangements Act      65,939,104 P 4
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$ 14,000,000
700,000
1,200,000
70,000
450,000
2,500,000
90,000
350,000
1,750,000
23,850,000
4,000,000
60,000
150,000
2,000,000
65,000
1,250,000
35,000
125,000
400,000
315,000
85,000
20,000
70,000
125,000
2,300,000
500,000
45,000
50,000
6,000
175,000
12,000
10,000
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties :
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits:
Code No.
53211        "Motor-vehicle Act"   $15,400,000
53221        " Public Utilities Act "  700,000
  $16,100,000
53311
53321
53322
53323
53324
53325
53326
53327
53331
53332
53333
53334
53335
53336
53411
53413
53415
53417
53419
53423
53425
53427
53429
53431
53435
53439
53443
53447
53451
53455
Natural Resources:
" Game Act "—Fees and Licences..
Lands and Forests:
Grazing Permits and Fees $85,000
Land Leases, Rentals, and
Fees   550,000
Logging Tax  2,500,000
Timber Leases   90,000
Timber Licences  360,000
Timber Royalties   1,800,000
Timber Sales  24,160,000
Minerals:
Coal, Petroleum and Natural-gas Leases and Fees    $7,000,000
Free Miners' Certificates-- 60,000
Mining Receipts, General.. 175,000
Mining Tax       2,250,000
Unworked Crown-granted
Mineral Claims   70,000
Water Resources:
cording Fees __.
Water Rentals and Re-
Other:
Agricultural Licences and
Fees 	
Boiler Inspection Fees	
Companies Branch	
Electrical Energy Inspection
Fees 	
" Fire Marshal Act "—Fees,
etc. 	
Fisheries Licences 	
" Gas Act " Fees	
" Insurance Act " 	
Insurance Premiums Tax
Law Stamps 	
Marriage Licences 	
" Moving Pictures Act"	
Municipal Licences, Regulated Areas, etc.	
Probate Fees	
" Real Estate Act"	
" Securities Act "	
$40,000
125,000
450,000
350,000
154,000
20,000
110,000
130,000
2,550,000
520,000
50,000
50,000
7,000
200,000
15,000
10,000
1,354,000
29,545,000
9,555,000
1,450,000 ESTIMATED REVENUE
T5
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties—Continued
Other—Continued
$40,000
Code No.
53459
53463
Land Sal
Code No.
54101
54102
54201
54206
54211
54221
54231
Trade Licences .   	
$45,000
125,000
$4,951,000
60,000
Sundry Licences and Permits
Total,  Privileges, Licences,
Taxes or Royalties	
es and Service Fees:
Sales:
Land Sales 	
and Natural
$550,000
55,000
$56,858,000
Resources
$605,000
2,905,000
$62,955,000
$500,000
50,000
Sale of Maps and Air Photos
Services:
"Administration Act"—Fees
Land-clearing Receipts 	
Land Registry Fees 	
40,000
*
2,000,000
$40,000
400,000
2,300,000
90,000
75,000
80,000
70,000
Sheriffs' Fees 	
Vital Statistics 	
Total, Land Sales and Servi
:e Fees	
$2,740,000
3,510,000
$600,000
Fines and Penalties:
Code No.
55001    Court Fees and Fines
$750,000
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange:
Code No.
56101    Miscellaneous Interest	
$29,151
220,000
932,168
100,000
1,700,000
Contributions from Other Governments (Canada) :
Code No.
57201 Annual Interest	
57202 Annual Subsidy	
57203 Annual Grant per Capita	
  $29,151
  220,000
  932,168
57204    Annual Grant for Lands Conveyed  100,000
57301    Percentage of Power Corporation Tax  1,700,000
$2,981,319
Total, Contributions from Other Governments..
$24,500,000
50,000
Contributions from Government Enterprises:
Code No.
58101 Net Profit, Government Liquor Board (In
cluding Permits)   $27,000,000
58102 Net Profit, Queen's Printer  50,000
$24,550,000
700,000
500,000
2,981,319
Total, Contributions from Government Enterprises...     27,050,000
! Shown as offset to vote 1958/59. P 6
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$400,000
Miscellaneous:
Code No.
59301    Miscellaneous Revenue
$267,052,369
$50,000
375,000
$425,000
$267,477,369
$750,000
$287,200,423
Non-revenue and Surplus Receipts:
Refunds of Previous Year's Expenditure:
Code No.
50011 Charged to Income        $200,000
50012 Charged to Loans  375,000
Total, Non-revenue and Surplus Receipts	
Total Estimated Revenue	
575,000
$287,775,423 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1960
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
^g                                    SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$4,790,886
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
Public Debt:
$4,559,973
15,000
5,022,884
3,511,119
15,000
5,022,884
3,498,944
$13,327,714
$13,108,976
$360,852
362,652
Premier's Office:
$41,445
19,000
$39,489
18,600
780
Office of Economic Adviser and Co-ordinator of Provincial Finances.
Department of Agriculture:
$58,869
$23,940
73,710
40,220
156,920
21,450
17,960
17,620
372,715
53,710
50,983
51,680
10,520
13,760
66,325
224,790
41,600
17,730
11,820
14,920
67,017
75,000
67,090
72,000
11,000
60,000
15,000
30,000
10,000
750,000
7,850
60,445
$22,908
70,384
44,828
145,653
19,650
16,640
16,968
349,300
56,476
49,163
48,728
10,390
16,540
62,234
204,289
36,460
16,746
4-H Clubs                   	
11,780
13,942
49,470
75,000
62,950
Milk Board       _	
72,000
13,000
60,000
15,000
17,500
10,000
194,700
8,250
200
" Soldiers' Land Act, 1918 "  _	
1,000
1,000
750
32,000
1,200
750
" Pound District Act "  _  	
32,000
1,200
" Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act"    	
67,000
Salary Revision   	
15,000
45,000
131,773
Potato-warehouse Construction Assistance	
$1,913,099
2,674,053 P 8
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$24,964
111,208
76,368
52,132
21,226
25,909
109,076
17,371
119,561
61,645
39,968
7,370
614,308
281,850
136,562
958,360
1,582,480
40,000
245,000
73,002
1,881,475
205,906
207,194
152,352
1,744,016
172,736
322,300
1,500
50,000
*54,032
*
15,000
7,500
74
6,300
75
9,500
76
12,500
77
15,000
78.
45,000
79
324,000
*$9,824,671
$20,832
80
80,510
81
67,382
82
127,492
83
163,426
84
75,410
85
82,163
86
53,281
87
35,371
88.
156,691
89.
60,164
90.
10
91.
618,024
92
284,542
93
90,817
94
51,442
95.
796,693
96
43,658,000
97
2,400,000
98
50,000
99
58,500
100
20,000
101
175,000
102
625,000
103
4,334,000
104
245,750
105
92,890
106
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
Department of the Attorney-General:
Attorney-General's Office 	
General Administration 	
Companies Office..
Insurance and Real Estate Office	
Securities Office — 	
" Credit Unions Act " 	
" Fire Marshal Act "	
Censor of Moving Pictures	
Sheriffs'Offices	
Official Administrator-
Official Committee	
Official Guardian	
Land Registry Offices	
Supreme and County Courts..
Official Court Reporters	
Motor-vehicle Branch	
Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police..
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses 	
Doukhobor Affairs   	
Corrections Office  	
Oakalla Prison Farm (Including Young Offenders' Unit)..
Women's Gaol  	
Prince George Men's Gaol— 	
Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camp.. 	
Haney  Correctional  Institution   (Including Forest  Camps  and New
Haven)    	
Probation Office  	
Admin'stration of Justice 	
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation-
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries	
Narcotic Drug Treatment-
Alcoholic Treatment (see Vote 271)	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs-
Magistrates' Conference	
Incidentals and Contingencies.
Master in Chambers	
" Court of Appeal Act "	
" Supreme Court Act "	
" County Courts Act " 	
" Magistrates Act " —
Salary Revision _
Department of Education:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration	
Curriculum Branch	
Adult Education Branch	
High Correspondence School	
Elementary Correspondence School-
Provincial Library	
Central Microfilm Bureau.. 	
Provincial Archives.. 	
Public Library Commission.
Provincial Museum 	
Text-book Branch	
Inspection of Schools and School Services..
Jericho Hill School   	
Teacher Registration and Examinations-
Finance Branch. 	
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes.
Grants toward Cost of Education...	
Teachers' Superannuation Fund 6%	
Special Aid to School Districts	
Night-school Grants-
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses...
Library and Library Association Grants  _ 	
Free Text-books, Maps, etc.   ~ 	
Grant to University of British Columbia 	
Grant to Victoria College  —
University Endowment Lands   	
$25,400
122,880
89,700
53,780
23,500
32,494
116,550
18,655
126,265
65,990
43,940
8,030
689,568
315,815
152,560
1,102,920
1,773,085
50,000
150,000
76,150
1,914,100
254,690
231,042
164,360
2,161,962
283,890
357,300
1,500
60,000
56,022
25,000
10,000
7,500
10,800
9,500
12,500
15,000
55,000
$21,420
85,480
68,460
130,185
139,865
80,075
90,690
54,130
36,450
155,020
62,890
10
628,550
340,170
91,200
55,890
674,120
,658.000
,000,000
50,000
66.000
20,000
180.000
625.000
,984,000
304.650
96,000
$10,667,448
* Grant to Narcotic Foundation, $25,000, and Alcoholic Treatment, $50,000, shown under Provincial Secretary for
comparative purposes. MAIN ESTIMATES
P 9
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$22,500
43,100
55,000
10
126,000
$54,670,000
$5,112
102,330
302,961
10
639,716
267,711
160,823
64,928
230,873
10
10
10
359,185
1,412,060
7,775
9,000
15,500
27,500
123,500
31,500
915,000
8,000
1,650
11,100,000
12,000
200,000
7,440,000
189,000
$23,626,164
$31,968
129,394
301,688
279.000
219,000
120,000
10
10
10
100,000
10
12,000
10
10
10
75,000
20,000
756,676
361,652
254,058
55,186
77,782
98,039
1,616,925
10
262,598
107.
108.
109.
110.
Department of Education—Continued
Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies-
Temporary Assistance..
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
158.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
Student-aid and Teacher-training Scholarships and Bursaries..
Student-aid Loans and Teacher-training Loans	
Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes	
Salary Revision  	
$22,500
40,945
310,000
Mo
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
126.
127.
128.
129.
130.
131.
132.
133.
134.
135.
136.
137.
138.
139.
140.
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office  —
General Administration 	
Controlling and Audit Branch	
Mechanical Tabulation Branch-
Consumer Taxation Branch	
Real Property Taxation Branch—
"Assessment Equalization Act ".
Income Taxation Branch	
Purchasing Commission	
Langford Warehouse	
Office Furniture and Equipment..
Motor-vehicles and Accessories -
Postal Branch  	
Government Agents, etc.
Housing Commissioner	
Courts of Revision..	
Assessment Appeal Board-
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Revenue Receipts, Bonds, etc..
Temporary Assistance-
Incidentals and Contingencies	
" Civil Service Superannuation Act'
Retirement Funds— 	
-Interest on Superannuation and
" Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act "—Interest-
" Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905 " 	
Grants in Aid of Local Government  	
" Supreme Court Act "—Interest on Suitors' Fund deposits	
Salary Contingencies   	
Home-owners' Subsidy    	
Salary Revision..
' Toll Highways and Bridges Authority Act "—Statutory subsidy..
Power Subsidy   	
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Minister's Office 	
Accounting Division	
Public Health Services:
General Services	
Cancer Control	
Grants to Public Health Services, Metropolitan Areas..
Grant in Aid of Arthritis Control	
Crippled Children (Federal Programme)..
Professional Training (Federal Programme)	
Public Health Research (Federal Programme)..
Grant to G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre	
Medical Rehabilitation (Federal Programmer-
Rehabilitation Programme	
General Public Health (Federal Programme)	
Laboratory and Radiological Services (Federal Programme)..
Child and Maternal Health (Federal Programme)  	
Grants re Local Health Services Building Construction	
Grant for Medical Research	
Grant re Heart Research    	
Local Health Services    	
Division of Laboratories  -	
Division of Vital Statistics 	
Division of Venereal Disease Control-
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
Divisional Headquarters	
Travelling Clinics..
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics..
$5,700
109,490
260,470
204,023
616,445
225,013
147,460
66,900
237,520
10
10
10
339,190
1,510,680
1,000
10,000
15,500
27,000
123,000
30,000
650,000
11,500
4,600
11,100,000
15,000
75,000
7,440,000
1,500,000
2,000,000
100,000
Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme).
Poliomyelitis Pavilion	
$34,320
145,100
323,170
279,000
234,000
120,000
10
10
10
110,000
10
12,000
10
10
10
100,000
20,000
5,000
986,270
380,200
288,030
56,516
69,598
91,060
1,200,152
10
264,242
$62,071,710
26,825,521 P 10
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
'vote1                                             SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$73,800
323,800
127 316
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance—Continued
Public Health Service—Continued
$148,760
14,000
30
611,786
259,400
9,588,465
227,490
10
1,426,935
Mental Health Services:
10,564
30
484,435
229,878
8,421,953
10
1,094,256
564,000
28,984,482
582,579
127,000
Hospital Insurance Services:
29,754,347
628,005
152,000
$45,985,936
$31,600
1,834,775
13,311,125
542,025
150,000
20,000
275,160
236,980
46,100
900,000
$47,529,966
$30,388
1,689,334
13,000,000
408 630
180
Department of Highways :
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
150 000
20,000
274,711
Vehicle Damage Claims    	
189,184
43,500
1,000 000
164,000
$16,969,747
$3,645
41,625
53,937
129,010
163,720
20,020
4,000
50,000
8,000
225,000
17,347,765
$3 645
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce:
38,809
37,876
115,702
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London, England
137,912
19,583
9,000
80,000
15,000
225,000
27,000
$709,527
$26,940
239,107
14,800
40,854
348,265
3,895
128,380
10,210
4,200
2,000
698,957
$25,668
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
Department of Labour:
233,912
16,320
35,398
374,224
3,631
126,115
10.036
5,700
2,250
29,000
$862,254
$21,550
86,180
49,420
144,080
159,030
26,558
9,200
818,651
$21,862
94,963
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
Department of Lands and Forests :
Minister's Office    	
Lands Service:
50,950
135,745
147,818
23 860
Surveys and Mapping Branch:
27,700
Special Commitments    	 MAIN ESTIMATES
P 11
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$345,490
128,188
305,892
183,004
336,171
97,325
20,000
1,500
100,000
10
119,000
2,404,610
948,530
430,703
511,647
170,931
100,468
97,177
10,000
52,500
402,392
2,485,840
150,000
570,560
10
1,463,654
35,000
10,000
240,000
$12,223,500
$20,712
142,682
142,124
52,852
115,462
135,450
19,000
145,000
25,000
300
2,500
7,000
11,430
20,000
39,000
$878,512
$3,250
58,584
54,632
30,800
3,300
1,500
8,040
$160,106
$29,048
39,880
300,000
10,000
10
18,072
300,000
50,000
217.
218.
219.
220.
221.
222,
223.
224.
225.
226.
227.
228.
229.
230.
231.
232.
233.
234.
235.
236.
237.
238.
239.
240.
241.
242.
243.
Department of Lands and Forests—Continued
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Legal Surveys Division 	
Geographic Division..
244.
245.
246.
247.
248.
249.
250.
251.
252.
253.
254.
255.
256.
Topographic Division-
Air Division. 	
Water Rights Branch-
Hydraulic Surveys-
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging 	
Grant to British Columbia Natural Resources Conference..
Fraser River Board	
" University Endowment Lands Administration Act "..
Salary Revision 	
Forest Service:
Salaries   .	
Expenses  _.
Reforestation and Forest Nursery-
Forest Management- 	
Forest Research..  	
Public Information and Education-
Forest Ranger School  	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association-
Office Furniture and Equipment	
Engineering Services. _ 	
Forest Protection	
Fire Suppression   	
Forest Surveys 	
Scaling Fund	
Silviculture	
Grazing: Range Improvement Fund-
Expenses for Advisory Committees-
Salary Revision 	
Department of Mines:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration-
Mineralogical Branch..
■Titles and Accounts..
Analytical and Assay Branch-
Inspection Branch-
Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch-
Grants and Subsidies —	
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails..
Grub-staking Prospectors ..
Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide Prospectors..
Interprovincial Committee on Mining	
Incidentals and Contingencies...  	
Temporary Assistance..
' Iron and Steel Bounties Act ".
Salary Revision _
257.
258.
259.
260.
261.
Department of Municipal Affairs :
Minister's Office  	
Municipal Branch-
Regional Planning Division-
Grants and Subsidies	
Temporary Assistance	
Pollution-control Board	
Salary Revision	
262.
263.
264.
265.
266.
267.
268.
Department of the Provincial Secretary :
Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office  	
General Administration 	
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for Elderly Citizens-
Blanket Bond   	
Queen's Printer
Government House	
Assessment on Class 13 (The Crown)-
Act"   _. 	
' Workmen's Compensation
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainment, Grants, etc.
$348,655
134,290
310,280
191,215
356,530
74,000
20,000
1,500
100,000
10
2,659,386
894,000
416,668
488,460
174,847
98,090
95,650
10,000
36,000
394,760
2,485,840
350,000
578,488
10
1,390,400
38,000
10,000
$21,450
154,155
163,720
48,140
136,920
160,170
18,000
145,000
26,000
300
2,500
7,500
13,070
$3,250
63,430
60,120
30,800
1,500
$30,080
43,860
300,000
10
21,850
300,000
47,500
$12,153,097
896,925
159,100 P  12
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
^tf                                     SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$50,000
285,000
*25,000
*50,000
200,000
215,730
70,730
10
3,605
149,825
11,000
50,000
300
45,000
2,410,000
40,000
56,000
380,000
Department of the Provincial Secretary—Continued
Provincial Secretary—Continued
269.         Construction and Other Grants to Charitable and Other Organizations
$285,000
75,000
75,000
200,000
227,472
71,834
10
$5,415,261
314,695
273.          Civil Defence ..     .     .	
274.          " Provincial Elections Act "      	
Civil Service Commission:
160,585
11,000
50,000
300
42,000
2,900,000
40,000
51,000
482,760
277.          Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 76 of " Civil Service
278.          Retiring Allowances—" Civil Service Act," sec. 69, and other Gov-
Superannuation Branch:
Public Utilities Commission:
$4,789,210
$114,625
200,070
$110,756
199,526
18,300
286.      " Motor Carrier Act " 	
Department of Public Works:
287.      Minister's Office         ..     .
$328,582
$22,200
158,250
719,442
70,060
2,545,973
393,611
165,550
150,680
282,750
$21,612
148,188
713,740
43,080
2,458,062
366,500
170,084
139,424
266,822
133,000
292. Rentals 	
293. Gas Division     .        „           ....
295.     Electrical Energy Inspection 	
4,508,516
62,645
Department of Railways:
296.      Minister's Office    _	
$4,460,512
$950
61,695
$950
60,326
4,680
Department of Recreation and Conservation:
298.      Minister's Office  ..         	
$65,956
$21,920
67,730
16,370
550,270
216,788
86,486
103,990
216,380
46,450
772,100
76,000
$19,674
74,041
16,812
490,737
205,059
82,026
114,070
224,572
40,456
868,946
80,000
76,500
299.      General Administration   	
300.      Commercial Fisheries Branch	
Fish and Game Branch:
301.         Administrative Division  	
304.         Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds	
305.     Tourist Traffic 	
2,174,484
307.     Parks Branch  	
308.     Youth Training Programme	
Department of Social Welfare:
309.      Minister's Office          	
$2,292,893
$4,000
47,010
18,200
$44,250
19,748
rred from Attorney-General's Department for comparative purposes.
* Transfe MAIN ESTIMATES
P 13
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1958/59
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be Voted
Total
$998,827
46,730
14,948,000
30,000
500
28,000
60,012
1,999,100
104,688
392,726
249,870
247,718
2,253,000
285,000
458,000
15,675
194,000
$22,375,844
$215,883,948
$17,870,000
27,130,000
25,000
7,500
200,000
25,000
280,000
1,000,000
100,000
1,700,000
1,500,000
50,000
450,000
5,000,000
100,000
720,000
$56,157,500
12,000,000
$68,157,500
312.
313.
314.
315.
316.
317.
318.
319.
320.
321.
322.
Department of Social Welfare—Continued
Field Service.. 	
Medical Services Division-
Social Assistance 	
Burial of Indigents (now in Vote 314) 	
" Residence and Responsibility Act "—Administration-
Operation of Pavilion at New Denver 	
Child Welfare Division:
Administration  	
Maintenance of Dependent Children and Grants to Homes-
Provincial Home 	
Industrial School for Boys, Brannen Lake	
Industrial School for Girls      	
Old-age Assistance, Blind Persons' Allowances, and Disabled Persons'
Allowances Board—Administration  	
323. Old-age Assistance and Blind Persons' Allowances	
       Mothers' Allowances and Mothers' Supplementary Social Allowances
(now in Vote 314) 	
324. Disabled Persons' Allowances 	
       Temporary Assistance   , 	
       Salary Revision  _.
325.
326.
327.
328.
329.
330.
331.
332.
333.
334.
335.
336.
337.
338.
339.
340.
341.
342.
Departmental Estimates, Including Public Debt.
Capital Expenditure Out of Income:
Trans-Canada Highway 	
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries  	
Okanagan Flood-control .
Renovations to British Columbia House, London, England-
Assistance to B.C. Fruitlands Irrigation District	
Assistance to Improvement Districts under the " Water Act'
Construction of Roads in Crown Subdivisions	
Water Investigations and Power Studies	
University Endowment Lands 	
Forestry Administration Buildings and Property „
Forest-development Roads   	
Mining-roads   _. 	
Special Mineral Surveys-
Development and Construction of Housing Projects-
Construction of Provincial Buildings	
Game Conservation Projects  	
Historical Sites  _ - 	
Park Development   	
Net Capital Expenditure out of Income..
Debt Redemption from Revenue Surplus:
343.      Supplementary Sinking Fund	
$1,178,245
54,345
15,609,000
"Too
41,000
65,120
2,100,300
104,490
419,017
265,280
271,020
2,323,000
557,000
$19.
28.
717,500
,282,500
25,000
1,700
100,000
25,000
100,000
180,000
,000,000
75,000
500,000
500,000
40,000
200,000
626,300
100,000
50,000
720,000
$23,057,527
$230,908,394
$57,243,000
12,250,000
$69,493,000  MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1960
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
. iscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 1.
PUBLIC DEBT
Code No.
041
(a) Interest
Debentures:
Loan Ac
':
Interest
(Per Cent)
Amount of
Debentures
Series
Interest Payable
$82,500
1943
2%
$3,000,000
HP
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15-.
$82,500
13,750
1943
2%
500,000
HS
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1	
13,750
13,750
1943
2%
500,000
IC
Mar. 26 and Sept. 26..
13,750
6,875
1946
2%
250,000
HQ
Jan. 20 and July 20
6,875
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
HR
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1	
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
HW
Feb. 1 and Aug. 1	
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
HY
May 15 and Nov. 15_.
13,750
13,750
1946
2?4
500,000
IA
Jan. 2 and July 2_
13,750
13,750
1946
2%
500,000
JD
Mar. 26 and Sept. 26-
13,750
15,000
1946
3
500,000
II
Jan. 2 and July 2	
15,000
30,000
1949
Revenue
3
Act, R.S.B.C
1,000,000
'. 1924:
IR
Jan. 1 and July 1	
30,000
288,765
41/2
6,417,000
FO
Jan. 23 and July 23...
288,765
151,825
5
3,036,500
FU
Sept. 24 	
75,913
19,080
41/2
363,000
FY
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1	
13,613
23,800
Revenue
4
Act, R.S.B.C
510,000
'. 1936:
FZ
May 15 and Nov. 15
17,000
40,000
4
1,000,000
GT
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15-
40,000
94,500
3'/2
2,400,000
GZ
June 1 and Dec. 1	
73,500
22,260
31/2
636,000
HA
Jan. 15 and July 15....
22,260
13,620
3
227,000
HK
Feb. 1 and Aug. 1	
6,810
49,500
2%
1,600,000
HT
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15.__.
44,000
115,775
2?4
4,210,000
HU
May 15 and Nov. 15-
115,775
41,250
2%
1,500,000
HX
Mar. 15 and Sept. 15_.
41,250
110,000
2%
4,000,000
JE
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15
110,000
111,238
2%
4,045,000
JF
May 1 and Nov. 1	
111,238
52,500
3
1,750,000
JK
Feb. 10 and Aug. 1 O.
52,500
60,000
3
2,000,000
JL
Feb. 10 and Aug. 10..
60,000
90,000
3
3,000,000
JM
May 15 and Nov. 15_.
90,000
60,000
3
2,000,000
JN
May 15 and Nov. 15_.
60,000
30,000
3
1,000,000
JO
Feb. 1 and Aug. 1
30,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C
'. 1948:
240,000
3
8,000,000
JP
June 15 and Dec. 15_.
240,000
90,000
3
3,000,000
JQ
June 15 and Dec. 15-
90,000
450,000
3
15,000,000
JS
June 15 and Dec. 15__
450,000 P 16
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
CE.1. \/~.r*r.                                           Fiscal Year Ending
_>_1K. V !>_.__                                              March 31, 1960
Vote 1.
—Continued
PUBLIC DEBT
Code No.
041                                    (a) Interest-
—Continued
Debentures—Continued
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—Continued
Interest          Amount of
(Per Cent)       Debentures        Series
Interest Payable
$90,000
3             $3,000,000         JT
June 15 and Dec. 15
$90,000
360,000
3            12,000,000        JV
June 15 and Dec. 15
360,000
60,000
3              2,000,000        JY
June 15 and Dec. 15   .
60,000
605,500
3!/2         17,300,000       KD
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
605,500
453,125
35/s         12,500,000     Pt. KF
Superannuation Fund Transfer Act, 1938:
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
453,125
122,500
31/2          3,500,000       GR
Power Act:
Apr. 1	
61,250
90,000
3              3,000,000       HM
June 15 and Dec. 15
90,000
60,000
3              2,000,000       HO
June 15 and Dec. 15
60,000
137,500
2%          5,000,000       HV
Jan. 15 and July 15
137,500
82,500
2%          3,000,000        HZ
June 15 and Dec. 15
82,500
27,500
2%           1,000,000        JB
June 15 and Dec. 15
27,500
90,750
3              3,025,000         JJ
Jan. 31 and July 31
90,750
362,500
35/s         10,000,000     Pt. KF
Highway Development Act:
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
362,500
71,875
2V%          2,300,000        JX
June 15 and Dec. 15
43,125
304,500
31/2          8,700,000    Pt. KD
Trans-Canada Highways Act:
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15
304,500
15,625
2Vi             500,000        JW
June 15 and Dec. 15
9,375
323,023
Interest on Treasury bills to Federal Gover
nment. ...    . 	
309,849
$5,641,636
$5,410,723
Less recoverable—
850,750
British Columbia Power Commission
850,750
Total, Interest  (covered by
earmarked funds of the
" Highway   Development
Act"   to   the   extent   of
$4,790,886
$543,171 (1958/59) and $508,171 (1959/60)) .
(_>) Currency, Exchange, etc.
$4,559,973
Code No.
$15,000
043 Commission, brokerage, legal expe
Total, Currency, Exchange, e
044 (c) Sinking
nses, etc.              $15,000
$15,000
tc.	
Funds
15,000
Sinking Funds:
$5,372,217
Generally 	
           $5,372,217
Less recoverable—
349,333
British Columbia Power Commission
         349,333
Total, Sinking Funds (covers
:d by earmarked funds of
the " Highway Development Act" to the extent of
$5,022,884
$368,837)   	
5,022,884 PUBLIC DEBT
P  17
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 1.
Code No.
045
PUBLIC DEBT—Continued
(tf) Redemption of Debt
$122,000
170,000
600,000
1,150,000
250,000
200,000
227,000
779,944
100,000
100,000
$3,698,944
100,000
100,000
$3,498,944
$13,327,714
Redemption of Debentures:
On April  1,  1959—" Revenue Act,"  R.S.B.C.   1924,
Series FY 	
On May 15,  1959—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.  1924,
Series FZ	
On June   1,   1959—" Revenue Act,"  R.S.B.C.   1936,
Series GZ 	
On  June   15,   1959—"Highway  Development  Act,"
Series JX	
On June  15,  1959—" Trans-Canada Highways Act,"
Series JW 	
On October 15, 1959—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1936,
Series HT	
On February 1, 1960—"Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1936,
Series HK	
On July 1, 1959—Redemption of Treasury bills, Federal Government 	
On  June   22,   1958—Redemption   of   Treasury   Bill
H.D.A. 18/1950, No. 5 (redeemed) 	
On  April   15,   1958—Redemption  of  Treasury   Bill
H.D.A. 19/1950, No. 3 (redeemed) 	
Less recoverable—
Re Treasury Bill H.D.A. 18/1950, No. 5 (redeemed)
fie Treasury Bill H.D.A. 19/1950, No. 3 (redeemed)
$121,000
170,000
600,000
1,150,000
250,000
200,000
227,000
793,119
$3,511,119
Total, Redemption of Debt (covered by earmarked
funds of the " Highway Development Act" to the
extent of $1,400,000)     $3,511,119
Total, Public Debt, Vote 1
$13,108,976  LEGISLATION
P  19
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$228,800
31,200
7,000
3,500
5,000
3,252
3,500
1,000
$283,252
$2,500
1,200
1,500
30,000
$35,200
$4,500
1,000
1,000
5,000
27,500
2,200
1,200
$42,400
$360,852
Vote 2.
LEGISLATION
Members—Indemnities (Code 016):
Indemnities—fifty-two at $4,400 each
Living allowances 	
Mileage 	
Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition
Research Secretary 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
The Speaker, Sessional allowance 	
Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance
Salaries:
Clerk of the House	
Assistant Clerk of the House
Law Clerk 	
Sessional employees	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
004
005
010
013
030
031
Office furniture and equipment
Select Standing Committees 	
Dining-room 	
Printing and publications, etc. 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Total of Vote 2 ___..
$228,800
31,200
7,000
3,500
5,000
3,252
3,500
1,000
$2,500
1,200
1,500
30,000
$6,500
1,000
1,000
6,000
27,000
1,500
1,200
$283,252
35,200
44,200
$362,652  PREMIER'S OFFICE
P 21
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$15,000
9,600
3,504
3,060
(4)      $31,164
3,825
4,500
$39,489
$15,000
900
2,700
$18,600
$780
$58,869
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Vote 3.
Premier's Office
Salaries:
Premier and Minister of Finance         $15,000
Executive Assistant   10,500
Secretary   4,260
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5  3,360
(4)  $33,120
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expenses   3,825
202   Travelling expense   4,500
Total of Vote 3          $41,445
Vote 4.
Office of Economic Adviser and Co-ordinator
of Provincial Finances
Salaries:
Economic Adviser and Co-ordinator of Provincial
Finances          $ 15,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  1,000
202    Travelling expense   3,000
Total of Vote 4  19,000
Salary Revision  	
Total, Premier's Office  $60,445  AGRICULTURE
P 23
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$12,500
4,212
1,896
(3)  $18,608
800
3,500
$22,908
$10,500
5,520
4,068
7,440
2,934
2,436
2,340
1,896
(9)  $37,134
9,000
3,500
2,500
750
6,000
9,000
2,500
$70,384
$5,520
5,280
4,800
2,520
2,208
(5)      $20,328
Vote 5.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Agriculture
Secretary 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
$12,500
4,800
2,340
(3)  $19,640
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense ____
Total of Vote 5
Vote 6.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister 	
Administrative Assistant	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
013
019
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity	
Printing and publications	
Grants and subsidies	
Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 6
800
3,500
$11,400
6,000
4,320
7,740
3,420
3,000
2,700
1,980
(9)  $40,560
9,000
3,500
2,400
750
6,000
9,000
2,500
Vote 7.
Markets and Statistics Branch
Salaries:
Markets Commissioner  $6,000
Research Assistant—Grade 2   4,620
Economist        	
Clerk—Grade 2  2,700
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2  2,400
(4)  $15,720
$23,940
73,710 P 24
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$1,000
3,500
10,000
10,000
$44,828
$6,000
11,520
5,520
72,000
7,164
2,796
10,158
(25)    $115,158
3,500
20,000
995
3,000
3,000
$145,653
$6,300
4,920
4,680
(4)      $15,900
750
3,000
$19,650
$6,300
5,040
(2)      $11,340
Vote 7.
Markets and Statistics Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $1,000
202 Travelling expense   3,500
007 Advertising and publicity  10,000
019 Grants and subsidies  10,000
Total of Vote 7
Vote 8.
Horticultural Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist	
Two Supervising Horticulturists	
Horticulturist 	
Fourteen Agriculturists 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3	
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
$6,900
12,600
6,000
78,960
7,680
3,120
11,160
(25)  $126,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
031 Control of fruit and vegetable pests, diseases, etc.
032 Seed and demonstration work	
Total of Vote 8	
3,500
20,000
1,000
3,000
3,000
Vote 9.
Plant Pathology Branch
Salaries:
Plant Pathologist	
Assistant Plant Pathologist	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
$6,900
5,400
5,400
(4)  $17,700
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense ___.
Total of Vote 9
750
3,000
Vote 10.
Entomology Branch
Salaries:
Entomologist	
Assistant Entomologist
$6,900
5,760
(2) $12,660
$40,220
156,920
21,450 AGRICULTURE
P 25
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(6)
$750
4,000
550
$16,640
$4,356
3,504
2,388
(3)      $10,248
1,200
4,500
420
600
$16,968
$6,300
6,300
6,300
5,640
44,880
5,040
4,644
5,280
7,428
3,924
3,924
6,306
15,630
3,780
2,520
3,504
2,700
3,060
13,782
1,848
Vote  10.
Entomology Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office  expense  	
202    Travelling expense 	
016    Equipment and machinery
Total of Vote 10
Vote 11.
Apiary Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Apiarist
Inspector 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense
004    Office furniture and equipment
019    Expenses of short course	
Total of Vote 11
Vote 12.
Live Stock Branch
Salaries:
Live Stock Commissioner and Provincial Veterinarian
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner and Assistant Provincial Veterinarian 	
Animal Pathologist and Veterinary Inspector	
Assistant Animal Pathologist and Veterinary Inspector
Eight Veterinary Inspectors	
Recorder of Animal Brands	
Superintendent, Dairy Herd Improvement Associations
Live Stock Inspector 	
Two Inspectors, Dairy Herd Improvement Associations
Brand Inspector—Grade 2 	
Meat Inspector 	
Two Brand Inspectors—Grade 1 	
Five Dairy-farm Inspectors	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Bacteriologist—Grade 2 	
Laboratory Technician—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Five Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
$750
4,000
550
$4,680
3,720
2,220
(3) $10,620
1,200
4,500
700
600
$7,500
6,900
6,300
48,930
5,520
5,520
5,760
8,340
4,140
4,140
7,020
17,700
4,320
2,880
4,140
2,940
3,420
12,780
2,400
$17,960
17,620
(38) $152,790
(36) $160,650 P 26
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(5)
$8,000
45,000
510
55,000
1,000
7,000
13,000
50,000
5,000
12,000
$349,300
$6,300
25,764
8,352
3,060
(9)      $43,476
1,500
10,000
1,500
$56,476
$6,150
18,660
3,372
2,796
2,160
(8)      $33,138
3,000
13,500
225
1,800
Vote 12.
Live Stock Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
019
022
024
031
032
033
034
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Grants and subsidies 	
Transportation 	
Veterinary supplies and equipment	
Veterinary service districts and fur-farming services 	
Brucellosis-control   and   calfhood   vaccination
expense 	
Purchase of sires	
Artificial-insemination assistance 	
Total of Vote 12	
$8,000
45,000
1,065
55,000
1,000
7,000
13,000
60,000
10,000
12,000
Vote 13.
Dairy Branch
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner 	
Six Dairy Inspectors—Grade 2	
Two Dairy Inspectors—Grade 1	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense 	
016    Equipment and machinery
$6,450
32,520
2,940
(8)  $41,910
1,200
9,800
800
Total of Vote 13
Vote 14.
Poultry Branch
Salaries:
Poultry Commissioner 	
Four Agriculturists—Grade 3 	
Resident Supervisor 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
$6,900
21,240
3,780
3,120
2,100
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expenses 	
202    Travelling expense 	
004   Office furniture and equipment
006    Heat, light, water, and power _..
(8)   $37,140
2,500
13,500
865
1,800
$372,715
53,710 AGRICULTURE
P 27
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$24,000
Vote  14.
Poultry Branch—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
024    Supplies and equipment    _.
$28,990
Less estimated revenue
Total of Vote 14
$75,663
26,500
$84,795
33,812
$49,163
$50,983
Vote 15.
Brai-
JCH
$6,900
5,760
11,280
4,620
3,420
$6,300
5,280
10,320
4,068
3,060
Field Crops and Seed Improvement 1
Salaries:
Field Crops Commissioner    _
Assistant Field Crops Commissioner
Two Agriculturists—Grade 3 .... 	
Agriculturist—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense   ._
031 Seed improvement—labour, materials, and other
expenses  	
032 Control  of  noxious  weeds—labour,  materials,
and supplies 	
(6)      $29,028
1,200
8,000
2,500
4,000
4,000
(6)
$31,980
1,200
8,000
2,500
4,000
4,000
033    Field demonstration work 	
Total of Vote 15	
$48,728
51,680
Vote 16.
$5,520
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
$5,040
700
Farmers' Institutes
Salaries:
Superintendent     _.	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
1,000
1,500
2,150
202    Travelling expense 	
005    Expenses of Advisory Board 	
019    Grants and subsidies   	
Total of Vote 16	
$10,390
10,520
Vote 17.
$5,040
3,120
$4,644
2,796
Women's Institutes
Salaries:
Superintendent   	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3	
(2)        $7,440
(2]
$8,160 P 28
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$1,000
1,600
2,500
4,000
Vote 17.
nued
$1,000
Women's Institutes—Conti
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
019    Grants and subsidies  	
1,600
2,500
032   Provincial Conference and other expenses
Total of Vote 17 	
Vote 18.
500
$16,540
$6,900
$13,760
$6,300
37,128
Soil Survey Branch
Salaries:
Soil Surveyor	
(8)
Seven Agriculturists—Grade 3   .         	
35,880
Agriculturist—Grade 2
4,440
2,256
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
2,580
(10)
$45,684
800
11,500
250
4,000
(10)  $49,800
800
11,500
004    Office furniture and equipment -   	
225
016    Equipment and machinery          	
4,000
Total of Vote 18	
$62,234
66,325
Vote  19.
ension Branch
$7,800
$7,200
17,280
86,340
7,920
5,316
20,904
6,528
2,160
2,076
Agricultural Development and Ext
Salaries:
Director            ..   -   . 	
Three Supervising Agriculturists          	
18,900
(17)
101,400
8,700
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3  	
6,120
(9)
Ten Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
25,455
(3)
Two Clerks—Grade 1  .	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
4,800
2,340
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1           	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
(39)
$155,724
10,000
38,000
565
(39)  $175,515
10,000
38,000
004    Office furniture and equipment   _ 	
1,275
Total of Vote 19               	
$204,289
224,790 AGRICULTURE
P 29
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
$5,760
4,800
3,780
4,068
5,052
(6)      $23,460
2,500
6,000
1,500
3,000
$36,460
$5,280
2,616
(2)        $7,896
1,500
2,500
3,000
3,700
$18,596
1,850
$16,746
$4,212
4,068
$8,280
1,000
2,500
$11,780
Vote 20.
Agricultural Engineering Branch
Salaries:
Agricultural Extension Engineer	
Agricultural Extension Engineer	
Assistant Agricultural Extension Engineer	
Senior Clerk	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
$6,900
5,280
3,960
4,320
5,640
(6)  $26,100
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
013    Printing and publications
031    Field demonstration	
3,000
7,000
2,500
3,000
Total of Vote 20
Vote 21.
4-H Clubs
Salaries:
Supervisor 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
$6,000
2,880
019    Grants, expenses of field-days, Provincial and
National contests, etc. 	
031    Prize awards to projects	
Less proportion paid by Federal Government
re prize awards	
Total of Vote 21 	
(2)  $8,880
1,500
2,500
5,000
4,000
$21,880
4,150
Vote 22.
Land Settlement Board
Salaries:
Inspector—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
$4,500
4,320
(2)  $8,820
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
Total of Vote 22
500
2,500
$41,600
17,730
11,820 P 30
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$9,000
7,200
4,068
2,616
(4)  $22,884
1,500
3,500
$27,884
13,942
$13,942
$6,300
4,068
3,060
4,284
3,852
21,456
3,708
32,467
(18)  $79,195
2,000
500
250
62,085
$144,030
94,560
$49,470
$75,000
$8,500
5,000
6,300
Vote 23.
Dyking Commission
Salaries:
Dyking Commissioner 	
Deputy Dyking Commissioner 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
$9,900
7,800
4,320
2,820
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
(4)  $24,840
1,500
3,500
Less contributions by various dyking districts..
Total of Vote 23
$29,840
14,920
Vote 24.
Southern Okanagan Lands Project
Salaries:
Project Manager   $6,300
Senior Clerk   4,320
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4   3,420
Foreman     4,440
Bridgeman—Grade 3   4,200
Six Ditch-riders   22,440
Mechanic—Grade 4  3,960
Sundry employees  35,831
Expenses:
Code No.
001     Office
expense
202
007
020
Travelling expense 	
Advertising and publicity	
Maintenance   and  operation
domestic system 	
of irrigation   and
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
Less estimated revenue 	
Total of Vote 24	
(18) $84,911
1,600
300
200
56,786
5,220
$149,017
82,000
Vote 25.
Okanagan Flood-control  (Maintenance)
Vote 26.
Milk Board
Salaries:
Chairman
Members .
Audit Accountant—Grade 4
$9,000
5,500
6,900
$14,920
67,017
75,000 AGRICULTURE
P 31
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 26.
Milk Board—Continued
Salaries—Continued
$4,800
Chief Clerk	
$5,520
12,276
Three Inspectors—Grade 2     	
13,230
3,252
Inspector—Grade 1 	
3,600
2,856
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
3,120
2,616
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
2,820
(11)      $45,600
Cii.
Expenses:
Code No.
$49,690
(001    Office expense	
3,000
O
16,500
1202    Travelling expense             .._
10,500
850
004    Office furniture and equipment              . „ ._
900
030    Incidentals and contingencies
3,000
$62,950
Total of Vote 26  	
$67,090
Vote 27.
Code No.
$72,000
887    Temporary Assistance 	
Vote 28.
72,000
Code No.
$13,000
029    Motor-vehicles and Accessories 	
Vote 29.
11,000
Code No.
$60,000
019    Grants and Subsidies 	
Vote 30.
60,000
Code No.
$15,000
019    Rebates on Stumping-powder   	
15,000
Vote 31.
Code No.
$75,000
019    Subsidies on Agricultural Lime     	
$75,000
Less proportion payable by Federal Govern
37,500
ment           . - 	
45,000
$37,500
Total of Vote 31 	
30,000
Vote 32.
$20,000
Federal-Provincial Farm Labour Service 	
$20,000
10,000
Less proportion payable by Federal Government	
10,000
$10,000
Total of Vote 32 	
10,000
Recoverable Expenditure
Vote 33.
Farmers' Land-clearing Assistance
Code No.
$5,500
2,500
888    Salaries and wages         	
$5,000
10,000
202    Travelling expense 	
(015    Equipment rental ]
446,700
7 021    Maintenance and operation of equipment f
735,000
$454,700
$750,000 P 32
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
CCBVirp                                           Fiscal Year Ending
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Recoverable Expenditure—Continued
Vote 33.
$260,000
Farmers' Land-clearing Assistance—Continued
Revenue:
Estimated cash revenue (shown in Revenue Estimates,
1959/60)                        	
$194,700
Total of Vote 33 	
$750,000
Vote 34.
$15,000
Code No.
040    Farmers'Domestic Water Assistance       ...            $15,000
6,750
Less estimated revenue                7,150
$8,250
Total of Vote 34 	
"Soldiers' Land Act, 1918"—Houses, South Vancouver
7,850
$200
Vote 35.
$1,000
Code No.
041    Investigation of Doukhobor Lands .      ■■        	
1,000
Vote 36.
$750
Code No.
041    " Pound District Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 259, Sec. 26 (2))
Vote 37.
750
$45,000
Code No.
042    "Grasshopper-control   Act"   (R.S.B.C.    1948,   Chap.   137,
Sec. 9(1)           $45,000
8,000
5,000
Less refund of unexpended advance         5,000
13 000
$32,000
Total of Vote 37 	
Vote 38.
Code No.
005    "Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act" (R.S.B.C.  1948,
Chap. 200, Sec. 14)                                       	
32,000
$1,200
1,200
$67,000
Vote 39.
15,000
Vote 40.
Code No.
043    Fraser River Bank Protection                          - -      	
45,000
Vote 41.
Potato-warehouse Construction Assistance         ....         $263,546
Less proportion payable by Federal Government                   131,773
Total of Vote 41	
131,773
Total, Department of Agriculture _ _.           	
$1,913,099
$2,674,053 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 33
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
.12,500
4,212
3,252
(3)      $19,964
1,300
3,500
200
$24,964
$11,400
9,600
8,400
8,100
12,900
6,000
6,000
4,800
3,780
6,504
11,448
2,520
2,616
2,160
1,980
(20)      $98,208
7,200
2,800
3,000
$111,208
$8,100
6,600
5,520
4,500
4,068
7,032
Vote 42.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Attorney-General's Office
Salaries:
Attorney-General
Secretary 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5
$12,500
4,800
3,720
(3)  $21,020
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 42	
1,300
3,000
80
Vote 43.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General	
Assistant Deputy Attorney-General
Legislative Counsel 	
General Solicitor and Inspector of Legal Offices
Two Departmental Solicitors	
Solicitor—Grade 2	
Departmental Comptroller	
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 5 .
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
$12,000
10,200
9,600
9,300
15,850
6,600
7,200
5,280
4,050
7,400
12,840
3,120
2,820
2,640
2,280
(20)  $111,180
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
8,500
3,000
200
Total of Vote 43
Vote 44.
Companies Office
Salaries:
Registrar of Companies 	
Deputy Registrar of Companies	
Assistant Deputy Registrar of Companies
Principal Clerk 	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
$8,700
7,500
6,300
4,800
4,320
7,740
$25,400
122,880 P 34
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(3)
(5)
$3,060
6,994
2,436
2,208
5,910
1,896
9,024
2,000
(22)      $69,348
4,500
800
1,720
$76,368
$6,600
4,644
4,212
3,660
3,060
2,796
12,360
2,160
1,800
(13)      $41,292
$41,292
9,000
1,500
490
$52,282
150
$52,132
$6,600
6,300
Vote 44.
Companies Office—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1
Clerk-Stenographer-
Clerk-Stenographer-
Clerk-Stenographer-
Junior Clerk 	
-Grade
-Grade
-Grade
Four Clerk-Typists—Grade 1
Temporary assistance 	
$3,300
14,940
2,800
2,760
2,100
2,220
8,520
6,000
(22)  $82,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
5,250
800
1,650
Total of Vote 44.
Vote 45.
Insurance and Real Estate Office
Salaries:
Superintendent of Insurance and Real Estate  $7,350
Inspector of Insurance and Real Estate  5,040
Principal Clerk (Deputy Superintendent of Insurance) 4,320
Clerk—Grade 3   3,840
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4   3,420
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   3,120
Five Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2   13,260
Clerk—Grade 1   2,280
  2,100
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense
(13)  $44,730
1,000
$43,730
004    Office furniture and equipment
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc.
Total of Vote 45
9,000
1,000
200
$53,930
150
Vote 46.
Securities Office
Salaries:
Superintendent of Brokers
Solicitor—Grade 2 	
$7,500
7,200
$89,700
53,780 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 35
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1) $2,256
2,520
(4)      $17,676
1,800
1,750
(6)
$21,226
$4,920
7,848
2,796
2,520
300
(5)      $18,384
1,400
6,000
125
$25,909
$6,900
5,760
17,856
25,416
3,060
5,196
5,088
500
(17)      $69,776
6,500
19,000
1,000
500
3,500
4,500
Vote 46.
Securities Office-
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
-Continued
$5,040
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 46	
(4)  $19,740
1,800
1,750
210
Vote 47.
" Credit Unions Act '
Salaries:
Chief Inspector	
Two Principal Clerks	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance	
$6,000
8,430
3,420
2,880
3,300
(5)  $24,030
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 47	
1,400
6,500
564
Vote 48.
" Fire Marshal Act '
Salaries:
Fire Marshal 	
Deputy Fire Marshal	
Four Instructors, Travelling Unit	
Seven Inspectors	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance	
7,800
6,300
19,200
32,640
3,420
5,880
5,760
500
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
016
029
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity	
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
(18) $81,500
7,000
20,000
750
500
1,000
1,500
$23,500
32,494 P 36
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$250
100
3,200
750
$109,076
$5,040
3,504
4,356
2,796
300
(4)      $15,996
850
25
500
$17,371
$6,900
4,800
4,644
4,068
11,130
18,738
3,996
2,568
2,568
2,256
2,118
2,076
3,500
(19)      $69,362
3,000
6,000
355
Vote 48.
" Fire Marshal Act "—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
031 Examination of projectionists	
032 Fire reports—fees and expenses	
033 Fire inquiries and investigations	
$250
100
3,200
750
Total of Vote 48 .
$116,550
Vote 49.
Censor of Moving Pictures
Salaries:
Censor 	
Assistant Censor ....
Projectionist-cutter
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Temporary assistance 	
$5,520
3,720
4,620
3,120
300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
021
j. i itvciiing expense 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
(4)  $17,280
850
25
500
Total of Vote 49
18,655
Vote 50.
Sheriffs' Offices
(a)  Vancouver (Code 05001)
Salaries:
Sheriff    $7,800
Senior Deputy Sheriff   5,520
Deputy Sheriff   5,040
Senior Bailiff  4,500
Three Bailiffs—Grade 2   12,120
Six Bailiffs—Grade 1   20,700
Senior Clerk   4,320
Clerk—Grade 2   2,880
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   3,120
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2   2,520
Clerk—Grade 1   2,400
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1    2,040
Temporary Process-servers, Ushers, and
County Court Bailiffs   2,000
(19) $74,960
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  3,500
202    Travelling expense   6,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  300 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 37
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(4)
$500
2,500
.1,717
$5,760
4,644
3,372
3,060
2,208
500
(5)      $19,544
1,200
2,100
$22,844
$15,000
$15,000
$119,561
$7,200
5,760
16,128
3,312
5,676
9,696
8,598
2,500
(17)      $58,870
3,000
175
Vote 50.
Sheriffs' Offices—Continued
(a)  Vancouver—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
009    Clothing and uniforms  $750
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   2,500
Total, Vancouver Office	
(b) Victoria (Code 05002)
Salaries:
Sheriff   $6,300
Deputy Sheriff  5,040
Bailiff—Grade 1  3,720
Clerk—Grade 2   3,300
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2   2,520
Temporary assistance  500
(5)  $21,380
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
Total, Victoria Office	
800
2,000
75
Code No.
[888   Allowances
)001    Expenses 	
(c) Sundry Sheriffs (Code 05003)
-.
$14,000
Total, Sundry Sheriffs
Total of Vote 50
Vote 51.
Official Administrator
Salaries:
Official Administrator	
Deputy Official Administrator	
Four Senior Clerks	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Clerk-Stenographers-
Four Clerks—Grade 1	
Temporary assistance	
-Grade 2
$88,010
24,255
14,000
$126,265
$7,800
6,000
17,280
3,660
9,300
7,920
9,780
1,000
(17)  $62,740
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense
3,000
450 P 38
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$600
Vote 51.
Official Administrator—Contint
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment	
Less miscellaneous receipts 	
Total of Vote 51    	
ted
$400
$62,645
1,000
$66,590
600
$61,645
$65,990
Vote 52.
$7,500
5,520
8,550
6,480
5,760
2,520
2,340
2,220
300
$6,600
4,800
7,920
5,796
2,478
4,506
1,938
1,980
900
Official Committee
Salaries:
Official Committee           ...                   	
Chief Clerk                                        .   	
Two Senior Clerks              _            _ 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2            	
(1)
(2)
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2             .
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk           ....      	
(
Expenses:
Code No.
(11)
$36,918
2,000
500
550
11)
$41,190
2,000
500
250
202    Travelling expense    -                        _   .
004    Office furniture and equipment   . .      	
Total of Vote 52      	
$39,968
43,940
Vote 53.
$3,660
3,420
500
$3,360
3,060
500
Official Guardian
Salaries:
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense           -              	
(2)
$6,920
450
(2)
$7,580
450
Total of Vote 53       	
$7,370
8,030
Vote 54.
$6,300
5,040
8,856
Land Registry Offices
(a) Kamloops (Code 05401)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 1             $6,900
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 1               5,750
Two Senior Examiners of Titles        .            9,600 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 39
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$4,356
(2)
8,136
17,448
8,364
(4)
8,472
(3)
7,800
1,000
(22)
$75,772
$5,520
4,356
3,924
4,068
10,812
3,876
225
(9)
$32,781
$7,800
5,520
5,040
(4)
17,928
(7)
28,476
(10)
31,314
(10)
25,848
8,346
2,616
(4)
7,068
1,764
1,800
(44)
$143,520
$4,722
3,570
(3)
7,746
2,118
Vote 54.
Land Registry Offices—Continued
Salaries—Continued
(a) Kamloops—Continued
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2  $4,800
Three Senior Clerks  12,600
Five Clerks—Grade 3   17,520
Three Clerks—Grade 2   8,460
Five Clerks—Grade 1   12,000
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2   4,860
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1    1,920
Temporary assistance   500
(24) $84,910
(b) Nelson (Code 05402)
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3 __
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 1 _.
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 1
Senior Clerk 	
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1
Temporary assistance 	
$6,000
4,800
4,320
4,068
10,320
4,500
100
(9)  34,108
(c) New Westminster (Code 05403)
Land Registrar—Grade 3   $8,400
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3   6,000
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2  5,520
Chief Clerk   5,280
Five Senior Examiners of Titles   23,420
Nine Senior Clerks   38,340
Eleven Clerks—Grade 3   38,820
Eleven Clerks—Grade 2   31,320
Four Clerks—Grade 1   9,060
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   3,120
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1   2,280
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2   2,280
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 1   6,540
Junior Clerk   	
Temporary assistance  1,800
(50)   182,180
(./) Prince Rupert (Code 05404)
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 2  $5,400
Senior Clerk   4,050
Clerk—Grade 3   3,240
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,700
Clerk—Grade 1       	 P 40
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(14)
(9)
(4)
i 1,692
1,260
2,000
(7)      $23,108
$7,800
5,520
4,800
4,428
22,284
46,692
46,323
4,792
2,076
3,115
2,405
2,118
9,745
2,800
(46)    $164,898
$6,300
5,280
5,040
5,040
9,000
24,408
31,404
11,820
4,818
2,478
3,600
1,500
(30)    $110,688
(158)    $550,767
15,000
$535,767
54,000
300
Vote 54.
Land Registry Offices—Continued
Sal aries—Contin ued
(d) Prince Rupert—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2   $2,280
Junior Clerk 	
Special living allowance
Temporary assistance ....
1,080
2,000
(6)  $23,750
(e)   Vancouver (Code 05405)
Land Registrar—Grade 3   $8,400
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3  6,000
Chief Clerk   5,520
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2  5,040
Five Senior Examiners of Titles  24,000
Twelve Senior Clerks   49,800
Fifteen Clerks—Grade 3   52,440
Two Clerks—Grade 2   5,220
Clerk—Grade 1       	
Draughtsman—Grade 1   3,600
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   2,820
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2   2,700
Five Clerk-Typists—Grade 2   11,700
Temporary assistance   2,800
(46)   180,040
(/)  Victoria (Code 05406)
Land Registrar—Grade 2   $7,500
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 2  5,760
Chief Clerk  5,520
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2  5,520
Two Senior Examiners of Titles  9,600
Six Senior Clerks   25,920
Eight Clerks—Grade 3   29,940
Three Clerks—Grade 2  9,420
Two Clerks—Grade 1   5,460
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2  2,820
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1   4,020
Temporary assistance   1,000
Less recruitment saving
(28)   112,480
(163)  $617,468
5,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense
$612,468
54,000 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 41
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$23,341
900
Vote 54.
Land Registry Offices—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and eauir>ment     	
$20,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water _     	
3,100
Total of Vote 54	
$614,308
        $689,568
Vote 55.
Supreme and Count.
Salaries:
(a) Nanaimo (Code
Court Registrar—Grade 2     	
Courts
05501)
$5,760
3,420
5,640
$5,280
3,252
5,136
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
(4)
$13,668
(4)
(b) Nelson (Code 05502)
Court  Registrar   (paid   as  Government
A sent1
$14,820
$2,076
Clerk—Grade 2	
$2,760
(1)
$2,076
(c)  New Westminster (C
Court Registrar—Grade 3	
(1
ode 05503)
$6,300
5,520
10,620
2,880
2,340
)  2,760
$5,640
5,040
9,984
2,436
2,160
(3)
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 1 .__
Three Clerks—Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 1	
(7)
$25,260
(./)   Vancouver (Code
Court Registrar—Grade 5
(7)
05504)
$8,400
6,000
5,160
4,620
4,350
20,280
43,560
19,980
4,740
11,160
19,140
5,640
4,440
27,660
$7,800
5,520
5,040
4,500
4,068
19,692
40,926
18,468
4,332
9,564
16,686
7,710
1,896
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 3 _
Chief Clerk	
Principal Clerk	
Principal Clerk (Appeal Court Law Assistant)   	
Five Senior Clerks 	
Twelve Clerks—Grade 3
Seven Clerks—Grade 2
Two Clerks—Grade 1 _
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 5
Six Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4
'   '
(3)
(1)
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1 P 42
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$3,000
Vote 55.
Supreme and County Courts—Continued
Salaries—Continued
(d)   Vancouver—Continued
Temporary  assistance   (including  Court
of Anneal Ushers 1                    $3,000
(44)
$149,202
(44)
(e)   Victoria (Code 05505)
Court Registrar—Grade 4    .           $7,200
$160,470
$6,600
5,280
13,708
6,504
3,060
5,406
2,520
500
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 2             5,760
Four Clerks—Grade 3   ..         .                           14,880
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 5                     7,440
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4              3,420
Two Clerks—Grade 2          —             6,000
Clerk—Grade 1               2,220
Temporary assistance                 300
(12)
$43,578
(1
(/)  Chilliwack (Code 05506)
Court Registrar—Grade 1             $4,800
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4               3,420
Temporary assistance                  200
2)  47,220
$4,356
3,060
130
(2)
$7,546
(g) Prince Rupert (Code 05507)
Clerk—Grade 3 	
(2)  8,420
$3,780
$245,110
8,000
3,900
(71)
(71)
Less recruitment savine     ______
$265,250
$237,110
37,350
7,390
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment       _       	
$265,250
40,125
10,440
$281,850
Total of Vote 55	
       $315,815
Vote 56.
$4,644
30,510
65,700
2,208
Official Court Reporters
Salaries:
Court Reporter—Grade 3           	
$5,040
Eight Court Reporters—Grade 2     ._-___       _   _
32,940
Nineteen Court Reporters—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
(29)
Less recruitment saving 	
70,560
2,520
(29)
$103,062
3,000
$111,060
3,000
$100,062
$108,060 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 43
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(17)
$3,500
3,000
30,000
$136,562
$7,200
6,300
30,240
13,284
68,652
162,654
Vote 56.
Official Court Reporters—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
031    Sundry reporters and transcripts 	
$5,000
1,500
3,000
35,000
Total of Vote 56
Vote 57.
Motor-vehicle Branch
Salaries:
Superintendent	
Deputy Superintendent
Six Chief Clerks 	
(21)
72,858
(26)
73,062
(37)
83,934
2,616
3,060
(3)
7,614
(8)
18,888
3,696
2,520
(3)
6,672
1,896
(39)
73,956
(34)
63,858
5,000
108,000
(253)
$815,960
50,000
$765,960
95,000
30,000
29,000
5,000
1,500
6,600
300
25,000
$958,360
Three Principal Clerks	
Eighteen Senior Clerks	
Forty-eight Examiners of Drivers
Twenty-four Clerks—Grade 3 ....
Twenty-four Clerks—Grade 2	
Thirty-nine Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Seven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 3 	
Six Office Equipment Operators—Grade 2	
Three Office Equipment Operators—Grade 1
Twenty-nine Junior Clerks 	
Thirty-five Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Supplementary staff, overtime, etc.	
Temporary assistance 	
(253)
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment 	
014   Rentals and temporary office space re drivers'
examinations 	
016    Equipment and machinery 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
033
Remunerations to municipalities re issuance of
licences 	
Total of Vote 57	
$8,400
6,900
33,120
14,310
77,400
176,100
86,640
73,620
98,160
2,820
3,420
11,820
17,520
4,320
2,880
14,520
6,000
60,900
73,560
5,000
98,960
$876,370
50,000
$826,370
95,000
30,000
18,000
3,000
100,000
3,750
300
26,500
$152,560
1,102,920 P 44
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1960
$1,582,480
$40,000
$245,000
$8,100
6,750
8,700
10,200
4,800
4,256
3,582
3,312
2,388
4,464
1,360
(12)  $57,912
500
3,000
440
4,000
350
300
2,500
4,000
$73,002
(304) $1,211,456
20.000
Vote 58.
Code No.
041    Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Vote 59.
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses
Vote 60.
Doukhobor Affairs
Code No.
f 031    Doukhobor rehabilitation  ~|
^   032    Doukhobor guards, etc.  [     $150,000
I   033    Maintenance of Doukhobor children J
Total of Vote 60	
Vote 61.
Corrections Office
Salaries:
Director of Correction 	
Deputy Director of Correction
Gaol Surgeon 	
Two Chaplains 	
Psychologist	
Librarian	
Clerk—Grade 3	
Psychiatrist (part time) 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Temporary assistance 	
$9,000
7,650
9,600
10,800
5,760
4,350
3,840
3,600
2,940
4,920
1,390
(12)  $63,850
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  500
202    Travelling expense   3,000
004 Office furniture and equipment  500
005 Parole Board   4,000
016    Equipment and machinery  	
018    Library—staff training  300
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories       	
031    Staff training   4,000
Total of Vote 61
Vote 62.
$1,773,085
50,000
Oakalla Prison Farm (Including Young Offenders' Unit)
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance) (304) $1,181,600
Less recruitment saving       	
$1,191,456
$1,181,600
150,000
76,150 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 45
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$11,869
15,000
2,200
110,000
16,300
80,000
251,000
11,500
37,000
400
22,100
14,200
4,500
17,500
9,500
2,000
8,000
6,200
500
58,000
85,000
3,000
.1,957,225
75,750
$1,881,475
(48) $186,406
10,000
$176,406
1,000
750
150
3,700
5,000
4,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
500
2,000
3,000
Vote 62.
Oakalla Prison Farm (Including Young Offenders' Unit)—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202
004
006
008
009
010
011
012
013
016
017
018
020
021
022
023
024
029
030
031
032
033
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water __
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Earnings	
Printing and publications __
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies	
Library 	
Maintenance of buildings	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation  	
School supplies	
Supplies for training 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Farm operations	
Sheet-metal plant 	
Vocational shop 	
$13,000
2,000
2,500
119,000
12,000
60,000
330,000
35,000
25,000
400
20,000
15,000
4,500
18,000
15,000
12,000
2,000
7,000
6,600
500
60,000
90,000
3,000
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 62
$2,034,100
120,000
Vote 63.
Women's Gaol
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance).__(50) $225,240
Less recruitment saving 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
008
009
011
012
016
017
018
020
021
022
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Earnings 	
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies	
Library 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation   	
$225,240
1,200
300
150
2,000
5,000
3,900
6,000
6,000
2,500
500
2,500
1,000
3,500
$1,914,100 P 46
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(41)
$1,500
100
300
$213,406
7,500
$205,906
$155,154
5,040
$160,194
1,300
5,000
250
18,000
2,500
8,500
35,000
2,300
3,700
1,000
1,500
300
4,500
1,500
1,400
250
$247,194
40,000
$207,194
(24)      $91,452
800
3,200
700
2,800
Vote 63.
Women's Gaol—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
024   Supplies for training	
030   Incidentals and contingencies
031    Recreational facilities and supplies
Less estimated receipts
$2,500
100
300
$262,690
8,000
Total of Vote 63         $254,690
Vote 64.
Prince George Men's Gaol
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)-(41)
Special living allowance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
006
008
009
010
011
012
016
017
018
020
022
024
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical services  	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Earnings  	
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies 	
Library   	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Transportation  	
Supplies for training 	
Incidentals and contingencies
Less estimated receipts 	
Total of Vote 64	
$174,202
5,040
$179,242
1,400
4,000
16,000
2,000
7,500
35,000
2,000
3,500
1,000
1,500
500
4,500
1,500
1,200
200
$261,042
30,000
Vote 65.
Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camp
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)..(24)  $100,770
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   800
202 Travelling expense   1,500
004 Office furniture and equipment   140
006 Heat, light, power, and water  3,700
231,042 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 47
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$7,000
26,500
750
19,300
700
1,600
200
2,000
1,700
900
200
50
$159,852
7,500
$152,352
(294) $1,144,066
35,000
$1,109,066
17,000
8,500
2,500
85,000
500
11,500
65,000
260,000
7,500
81,500
200
20,000
7,000
3,000
13,000
15,000
10,000
6,000
25,000
Vote 65.
Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camp—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
009    Clothing and uniforms	
Provisions and catering 	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Earnings	
010
011
012
016
017
018
020
021
022
029
030
031
Equipment and machinery 	
Medical supplies and services
Library   	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation   	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals  and contingencies 	
$7,500
27,500
750
18,000
500
1,600
300
2,500
2,500
500
3,600
200
Recreational supplies 	
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 65
$172,360
8,000
Vote 66.
Haney Correctional Institution (Including Forest
Camps and New Haven)
Salaries:
Sundry employees  (including temporary assistance)
 (330)  $1,408,812
Less recruitment saving  35,000
Expenses:
Code No.
Office expense	
202   Travelling expense
004
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
016
017
018
020
021
022
023
024
028
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water „
Advertising 	
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms
Provisions and catering
Laundry and dry-goods
Earnings 	
Printing and publications __.
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies	
Library
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation 	
School supplies 	
Supplies for training	
Acquisition and construction of buildings
$1,373,812
18,000
8,700
2,200
95,000
500
8,000
70,000
330,000
13,000
105,000
200
25,000
7,400
4,000
20,000
20,000
6,500
7,000
35,000
20,000
$164,360 P 48
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$13,000
750
11,000
2,000
$1,774,016
30,000
$1,744,016
(27)
(42)
$5,376
5,040
115,408
2,520
27,882
2,160
16,000
$174,386
50,000
$124,386
8,000
26,000
2,000
1,500
250
12,000
100
5174,236
1,500
$172,736
$3,000
15,000
50,000
Vote 66.
Haney Correctional Institution (Including Forest
Camps and New Haven)—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
031 Group work programme 	
032 Farm operation 	
$20,900
750
11,000
5,000
Less estimated receipts .
$2,206,962
45,000
Total of Vote 66 .
Vote 67.
Salaries:
Provincial  Probation
Correction)   	
Probation Office
Officer   (paid  as  Director  of
Chief Assistant Probation Officer	
Supervising Probation Officer 	
Thirty-two Probation Officers—Grade 2
Probation Officer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Eleven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 __
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance	
Salary revision 	
$6,000
5,520
148,800
4,500
28,380
2,340
15,000
24,000
Less recruitment saving
(47)  $234,540
20,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
012
018
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Fund to assist probationers and parolees
Library 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 67 ___..
$214,540
11,000
35,000
3,000
1,500
250
20,000
100
$285,390
1,500
Vote 68.
Administration of Justice
Code No.
018    Judges' Library    $3,000
030 Contingencies arising out of prosecutions  15,000
031 Summoning and paying witnesses   60,000
$2,161,962
283,890 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
P 49
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(12)
Vote 68.
$90,000
150,000
300
14,000
Administration of Justice—Continued
Code No.
032 Jurors (including drawing panels, etc.)   $100,000
033 Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.)   165,000
034 Interpreters   300
888    Stipendiary Magistrates (fees, emoluments, etc.) 14,000
$322,300
Total of Vote 68
Vote 69.
$1,500
Code No.
041    Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation
Vote 70.
$50,000
Code No.
042    Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries
Vote 71.
$49,632
2,000
Narcotic Drug Treatment
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)..__(12) $52,272
Less recruitment saving       	
$47,632
400
900
1,000
800
2,000
750
50
500
$54,032
$15,000
$52,272
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense 	
009 Clothing and uniforms 	
016 Equipment and machinery	
017 Medical supplies and services	
019 Grant to Narcotic Foundation {see Vote 270) ___
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment	
023 School supplies	
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
031 Recreational supplies	
Total of Vote 71 	
Alcoholic Treatment (see Vote 271)
Vote 72.
300
300
500
600
1,000
300
500
50
200
Code No.
043    Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs
Vote 73.
$7,500
Code No.
044    Magistrates' Conference
Vote 74.
030    Incidentals and Contingencies
$357,300
1,500
60,000
56,022
25,000
10,000
7,500
* Grant to Narcotic Foundation, $25,000, and Alcoholic Treatment, $50,000, transferred to Provincial Secretary for
comparative purposes.
4 P 50
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
cp p \nnxj                                          Fiscal Year Ending
M-KVlLfc                                               March 31> 1960
Vote 75.
Master in Chambers
Salaries:
Code No.
$10,800
888    Master            $10,800
4,500
Less recruitment saving _             _. ..
$6,300
Total of Vote 75                    	
$10,800
Vote 76.
Code No.
$9,500
888    " Court of Appeal Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 74, Sec. 5a)
Vote 77.
9,500
Code No.
$12,500
888    " Supreme Court Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 73, Sec. 5 (3))
Vote 78.
12,500
Code No.
$15,000
888    "County Courts Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 75, Sec. 6 (6))
Vote 79.
15,000
Code No.
$45,000
888    " Magistrates Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 195, Sec. 14)
Code No.
55,000
$324,000
888    Salary Revision                . .
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
*$9,824,671
$10,667,448
* Grant to Narcotic Foundation, $25,000, and Alcoholic Treatment, $50,000, transferred to Provincial Secretary for
comparative purposes. EDUCATION
P 51
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
$12,500
4,212
(2)  $16,712
920
3,200
$20,832
$11,400
9,200
7,800
7,500
6,300
5,400
3,924
3,708
3,252
5,592
4,464
(13)  $68,540
2,000
7,500
220
250
4,000
10,000
$92,510
12,000
$80,510
Vote 80.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Education   $12,500
Secretary     4,800
(2)  $17,300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  	
202    Travelling expense
Total of Vote 80 .
920
3,200
Vote 81.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education	
Assistant Superintendent of Education  (Administration)   	
Co-ordinator of Special Services 	
Co-ordinator of Teacher Recruitment 	
Supervisor of School Plans	
Assistant Supervisor of School Plans 	
Technical Draughtsman  	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  5 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
$12,000
9,900
9,600
8,850
7,200
6,000
4,440
4,050
3,720
3,300
3,120
5,100
(13) $77,280
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
005
007
013
022
023
031
035
Office expense  	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Board   of   Reference — remuneration   and   expenses   	
Advertising and publicity 	
Printing and publications	
Transportation   	
Educational supplies 	
Preparation of standard school plans
Teacher recruitment 	
4,500
8,500
1,450
250
1,000
1,500
2,500
1,000
1,500
Less revenue 	
Total of Vote 81
$99,480
14,000
$21,420
85,480 P 52
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1960
(1)
(2)
$9,300
6,900
5,760
4,800
6,942
2,520
2,298
4,884
1,938
(11)       $45,342
2,600
2,750
840
2,500
750
200
43,000
6,500
8,500
400
.113,382
46,000
$67,382
$7,350
6,900
6,900
25,080
12,492
3,780
9,180
2,118
2,568
4,872
3,492
480
(21)      $85,212
6,900
14,500
Division of General Educational Services
Vote 82.
Curriculum Branch
Salaries:
Assistant Superintendent of Education (Instruction).
Director of Tests, Standards, and Research	
Director of Curriculum 	
Research Assistant—Grade 3 	
Two Research Assistants—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
$9,900
7,800
7,050
5,520
8,190
3,000
2,700
5,400
2,100
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
013    Printing and publications	
018    Books, periodicals, etc.	
023 Educational supplies	
024 Purchase of tests 	
031 Preparation of revised curricula
032 Tests surveys	
033 Research studies 	
Less revenue
(11)  $51,660
2,600
2,550
350
2,100
550
690
44,150
6,210
5,500
400
$116,760
48,300
Total of Vote 82
Vote 83.
Adult Education Branch
Salaries:
Director, Technical and Vocational Education  $8,100
Director, Community Programmes and Adult Education 6,450
Assistant Director, Technical and Vocational Education 7,200
Five Recreational Consultants—Grade 3  26,190
Three Recreational Consultants—Grade 2   12,240
Two Recreational Consultants—Grade 1   7,620
Three Clerks—Grade 2  9,480
Clerk—Grade 1        	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4  3,000
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   2,880
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2  4,980
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1   1,980
Special living allowance  480
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
(21)  $90,600
6,900
14,500
$68,460 EDUCATION
P 53
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(6)
$380
500
1,800
250
2,250
2,500
3,200
10,000
$127,492
$6,900
4,644
4,644
13,212
11,268
26,766
5,352
1,896
10,884
(31)  $85,566
12,000
600
1,730
75,000
3,950
180
83,000
14,300
$276,326
90,000
$186,326
22,900
$163,426
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 83.
Adult Education Branch-
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publicity 	
Printing and publications	
-Continued
007
013
021
023
029
031
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Educational supplies 	
$35
500
1,800
400
2,250
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Drama   Festival   expense,    adjudicators'
grants,  etc. 	
fees,
032    Leadership training courses
Total of Vote 83 .
3,200
10,000
Vote 84.
High Correspondence School
Salaries:
Director 	
Registrar 	
Assistant 	
Instructor, Correspondence Schools—Grade 6 	
Two Instructors, Correspondence Schools—Grade 5—
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Twelve Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Five Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
$7,800
5,280
5,280
5,040
9,510
12,600
29,760
2,760
5,760
2,160
10,380
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
023
026
031
032
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment ___
Printing and publications 	
Science and educational supplies
Payment to Text-book Branch ....
Reading of students' papers 	
Revision of courses	
(31)  $96,330
15,000
400
1,500
80,000
4,000
Less revenue
Less chargeable to Federal-Provincial Training Programmes 	
Total of Vote 84	
100,000
9,125
$306,355
156,000
$150,355
10,490
$130,185
139,865 P 54
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(1)
(3)
(6)
(1)
$5,520
13,428
27,978
3,312
4,956
2,208
2,086
2,616
4,056
(19)      $66,160
1,000
400
75
6,650
75
750
2,300
$77,410
2,000
$75,410
$6,900
5,760
9,600
4,212
9,564
2,760
2,616
14,004
2,136
3,060
2,136
(19)      $62,748
3,000
700
965
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 85.
Elementary Correspondence School
Salaries:
Director     $6,000
Three Instructors, Correspondence Schools—Grade 5 14,400
Seven Instructors, Correspondence Schools—Grade 4 29,820
Instructor, Correspondence Schools—Grade 3   3,600
Instructor, Correspondence Schools—Grade 2   2,820
Instructor, Correspondence Schools—Grade 1   2,760
Clerk—Grade  1     2,520
Junior Clerk   2,220
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2   2,820
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1   4,440
(19)  $71,400
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  	
Travelling expense
202
004
013
023
031
032
1,000
400
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications 	
Visual-education supplies 	
Reading of students' papers __._
Revision of courses 	
6,650
75
750
2,300
Less revenue
$82,575
2,500
Total of Vote 85
Vote 86.
Provincial Library
Salaries:
Provincial Librarian and Archivist 	
Assistant Provincial Librarian 	
Two Librarians—Grade 3 	
Three Librarians—Grade 2	
Librarian—Grade 1 	
Attendant 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks  _
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
$8,100
6,000
10,080
12,180
3,660
2,940
5,640
13,260
4,020
3,420
2,340
(20)  $71,640
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
3,000
400
900
$80,075 EDUCATION
P 55
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
$15,000
$82,413
250
$82,163
$4,068
17,856
19,236
2,076
(20)  $43,236
1,200
150
695
8,000
$53,281
$5,520
3,708
3,570
3,252
2,658
4,818
(7)  $23,526
2,500
600
1,145
8,000
1,100
1,500
$38,371
3,000
$35,371
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 86.
Provincial Library—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
018    Books, binding, and periodicals 	
$15,000
Less revenue
$90,940
250
Total of Vote 86 .
Vote 87.
Central Microfilm Bureau
Salaries:
Senior Clerk
Eight Microfilm Operators
Ten Junior Clerks 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
$4,320
19,200
21,360
(19)  $44,880
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
024    Film supplies 	
1,200
200
350
7,500
Total of Vote 87 .
Vote
Provincial Archives
Salaries:
Assistant Archivist	
Librarian—Grade 2	
Two Archivists—Grade 2
Archivist—Grade 1 	
Manuscript Clerk—Grade 1
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
004
018
020
031
Office furniture and equipment __
Books, binding, and periodicals
Upkeep of Helmcken House	
Collecting historical data	
Less revenue
$5,760
4,140
7,740
2,460
5,500
(7)  $25,600
2,300
400
350
8,000
1,300
1,500
$39,450
3,000
Total of Vote 1
$90,690
54,130
36,450 P 56
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(4)
$6,150
19,980
8,136
11,640
6,132
7,932
8,964
4,014
2,658
6,942
1,848
2,640
2,280
(27)      $89,316
6,000
4,500
1,425
200
4,000
37,750
2,000
2,200
3,500
6,800
5157,691
1,000
$156,691
$6,600
15,360
3,996
4,800
5,592
2,700
2,856
(10)      $41,904
900
2,400
560
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 89.
Public Library Commission
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Branch Librarian and Regional Supervisor
Three Branch Librarians	
Two Librarians—Grade 3 	
Three Librarians—Grade 2 	
Two Librarians—Grade 1 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 2 	
Special living allowance 	
$7,050
5,760
15,480
8,520
11,640
6,840
8,940
12,540
4,440
3,120
4,980
2,220
2,940
1,560
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
011
013
018
022
029
031
032
Office expense	
Travelling expense
Office furniture and equipment
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Printing and publications  	
Books, binding, periodicals, etc.
Transportation  	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Extension services 	
Freight and express 	
(27)  $96,030
6,000
4,000
540
250
2,800
35,500
1,600
Less revenue
Total of Vote 89
3,500
6,800
$157,020
2,000
Vote 90.
Provincial Museum
Salaries:
Director 	
Three Research Assistants—Grade 3
Research Assistant—Grade 2 	
Illustrator 	
Two Assistants in Museum Technique
Attendant 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
$7,500
17,040
4,530
5,520
5,940
2,940
3,120
(10)  $46,590
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  900
202    Travelling expense  2,400
004    Office furniture and equipment       	
$155,020 EDUCATION
P 57
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(19)
51,000
5,500
1,000
300
7,500
800
800
$62,664
2,500
$60,164
$6,900
5,040
8,136
14,484
5,316
4,848
4,464
5,598
3,252
3,060
12,000
$73,098
180
$72,918
7,500
750
1,055
500
1,550,000
19,000
$1,651,723
$625,000
421,713
605,000
$1,651,713
$10
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 90.
Provincial Museum—Continued.
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
007    Advertising and publicity  $800
013    Printing and publications   5,500
016    Equipment and machinery  400
018    Books, binding, and periodicals   300
031 Perpetuation of totem-poles   7,500
032 Maintenance of displays and collections  500
033 Collecting historical data and purchase of speci
mens   500
$65,390
Less revenue  2,500
Total of Vote 90	
Vote 91.
Text-book Branch
Salaries:
Officer in Charge 	
Chief Clerk 	
Two Senior Clerks	
Four Clerks—Grade 3	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Four Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 4	
Stockman—Grade 3	
Temporary assistance 	
$7,800
5,520
8,640
15,360
6,120
5,340
2,520
8,880
3,480
3,300
15,500
Less paid by High Correspondence School
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(19)  $82,460
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
023 Text-books, etc. 	
032 Freight and express, etc. 	
$82,460
7,500
750
60
500
1,700,000
26,500
$1,817,770
Less free text-books   $625,000
Less sales      557,760
Less receipts under Text-book Rental
Plan      635,000
1,817,760
Total of Vote 91
$62,890
10 P 58
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(6)
(3)
$8,700
6,900
6,900
6,600
226,050
119,550
13,800
12,180
4,572
4,500
3,924
3,060
9,768
3,060
8,130
3,786
3,696
1,848
1,440
(72)    $448,464
42,800
82,500
2,060
6,950
2,500
24,000
7,000
12,000
$628,274
10,250
$618,024
$6,900
10,428
8,832
17,430
7,032
3,312
3,780
Division of Local Educational Services
Vote 92.
Inspection of Schools and School Services
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Schools	
Director of Home Economics	
Director of Visual Education 	
Director of School Radio Broadcasts
Thirty-one Inspectors of Schools 	
$9,150
7,200
7,200
7,200
Sixteen Municipal Inspectors of Schools	
Forty-seven District Superintendents of Schools
Two Inspectors of Technical Classes 	
Two Inspectors of Home Economics	
Assistant Director of Visual Education	
Assistant Director of School Radio Broadcasts
Photographer  	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Four Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1 _.
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks 	
Special living allowance _._.
Administrative allowances
375,750
13,500
13,050
5,160
5,040
4,320
3,600
10,620
3,420
9,000
4,200
2,280
4,140
1,440
51,700
(72) $537,970
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  42,800
202   Travelling expense   93,700
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,630
013    Printing and publications   6,950
016    Equipment and machinery   2,300
024    Film and photographic supplies   24,000
031 Film service   7,500
032 Scripts, etc.   12,000
$728,850
Less revenue  100,300
Total of Vote 92
Division of Special Educational Services
Vote 93.
Jericho Hill School
Salaries:
Superintendent 	
Two Vice-Principals 	
Three Resident Instructors—Grade 3
Four Resident Instructors—Grade 2
Eight Resident Instructors—Grade 1
Dietician  	
Nurse-Matron   	
$7,500
12,880
14,490
15,000
25,380
3,780
4,320
$628,550 EDUCATION
P 59
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(19)
$3,120
5,760
5,280
4,736
30,570
48,906
12,244
4,878
5,676
4,956
4,356
2,340
2,298
2,076
41,052
(73)    $235,962
2,985
650
250
400
33,350
3,200
1,475
3,260
450
900
3,000
1,450
150
7,620
$295,102
$3,360
7,200
$10,560
$284,542
$7,500
11,040
3,660
Division of Special Educational Services—Continued
Vote 93.
Jericho Hill School—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Staff Nurse—Grade 2
Teacher—Grade 9 	
Teacher—Grade 8 .	
Four Teachers—Grade 7	
Seven Teachers—Grade 6
Thirteen Teachers—Grade 5
Two Teachers—Grade 4 	
Two Teachers—Grade 2 	
Teacher—Grade 1 	
Two Supervisors—Grade 2 _.
Two Supervisors—Grade 1 __
Principal Clerk	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Sundry employees 	
-(19)
$3,600
7,100
6,750
20,920
36,470
57,490
6,800
2,960
4,800
2,700
2,640
2,280
52,695
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
008
009
010
011
013
016
017
019
020
021
022
023
Office expense	
Travelling expense
Medical services ___.
Clothing and uniforms	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Printing and publications ._
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies	
Grants and subsidies 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation  	
Educational supplies
Less deductions for rent   $3,560
Less fees      6,000
(73)  $290,555
3,000
650
250
350
35,000
3,000
1,000
2,300
450
750
2,800
1,250
475
7,900
$349,730
9,560
Total of Vote 93
Division of Teacher Registration and Examinations
Vote 94.
Teacher Registration and Examinations
Salaries:
Departmental Registrar  $8,100
Two Assistant Registrars  12,000
Clerk—Grade 3   3,840
$340,170 P 60
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(3)
$3,060
2,256
3,060
2,436
15,690
(15)      $48,702
4,000
750
1,365
120,000
5174,817
84,000
$90,817
$7,500
5,160
11,628
7,320
9,060
2,160
2,478
1,896
(13)      $47,202
1,500
2,500
240
$51,442
$40,000
40,000
Division of Teacher Registration and Examinations—Continued
Vote 94.
Teacher Registration and Examinations—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Seven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 '	
$3,300
3,060
2,880
17,700
2,220
(15)  $53,100
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  4,000
202    Travelling expense   500
004    Office furniture and equipment   1,000
031    Examinations    130,000
$188,600
Less revenue  97,400
Total of Vote 94	
Vote 95.
Division of Finance and Accounting Services
Finance Branch
Salaries:
Comptroller of Expenditure 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 3 	
Three Audit Accountants—Grade 1
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1 	
$8,100
5,880
12,870
4,320
3,840
6,600
2,460
3,120
2,060
2,040
(13) $51,290
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  1,900
202    Travelling expense  2,500
004    Office furniture and equipment   200
Total of Vote 95	
Vote 96.
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes
(a) Vocational   Training — Schedule   K-l:
Civilian Teachers for Armed Forces	
Less Federal grant	
(Code 09601)
$45,000
45,000
$91,200
55,890 EDUCATION
P 61
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Division of Finance and Accounting Services
—Continued
Vote 96.
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes—
Continued
(b)
Vocational Training—Schedule M:  Un
$110,000
employed Workers  	
$250,000
55,000
Less Federal grant	
125,000
(Code 09602)
$55,000
(c)
Vocational Training—Schedule O, Sub-
$125,000
schedule C:   Urban Occupational Train
ing   (Power-machine,  Automobile  Me
$30,000
chanics, Diesel Engineering, etc.) 	
$30,000
15,000
Less Federal grant 	
(Code 09603)
15,000
$15,000
id)
Vocational Training—Schedule O, Sub-
15,000
schedule D:   Rural Occupational Train
$14,000
ing (Agricultural and Rural Leadership)
$14,000
7,000
Less Federal grant 	
(Code 09604)
7,000
$7,000
Vocational   Training — Schedule   O,    Sub-
7,000
$100,000
(e)
schedule H:   Student-aid Bursaries	
Less Federal grant 	
50,000
Vocational    Training — Schedule    Q:
$50,000
$14,000
Training of Foreman and Supervisors __
$9,000
9,000
Less fees         _
4,000
$5,000
$5,000
2,500
Less Federal grant 	
2,500
(Code 09605)
$2,500
(f)
Vocational Training—Schedule R:   Re
2,500
$36,000
habilitation of Handicapped Civilians ..
$36,000
18,000
Less Federal grant 	
18,000
(Code 09606)
Vocational    and    Technical    Training
$18,000
G?)
18,000
Schools:
$1,320,393
Operation 	
$1,421,000
792,000
Equipment   ._.
326,000
$2,112,393
$1,747,000
589,400
Less Federal grant    	
390,800
Carried forward _._    _. ..
$1,522,993
$1,356,200 P 62
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Division of Finance and Accounting Service
Vote 96.
s—Continuea
—Continued
$390,800
3,750
20,070
92,000
$1,522,993
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes-
(g) Vocational    and    Technical    Training
Schools—Continued
Brought forward  ....      $1,356,200
Less chargeable to—
Apprenticeship  Agreement   $509,300
Vocational    Training •—
Schedules M and O ....    224,000
Fees and revenue     232,100
(Code 09607)
$451,000
130,000
400,000
$981,000
965,400
$541,993
(h) Vocational    Correspondence    Courses:
Preparation and revision .              $7,500
$14,300
7,150
Less Federal grant               3,750
(Code 09608)
$7,150
(0  Courses for New Canadians     .      ..   ...       $40,140
$66,100
33,050
Less Federal grant          20,070
(Code 09609)
$33,050
(;')   Community Programmes Grants	
(Code 09610)
Total of Vote 96                             	
$67,000
$796,693
$674,120
Vote 97.
Code No.
019    Grants toward Cost of Education 	
$43,658,000
49,658,000
Vote 98.
Code No.
019    Teachers' Superannuation Fund 6%   ("Special
Assistance in Cost of Education ") 	
$3,340,000
340,000
Total of Vote 98	
$2,400,000
3,000,000
Vote 99.
Code No.
019    Special Aid to School Districts                .  . 	
$50,000
50,000
Vote 100.
Code No.
019    Night-school Grants 	
Less chargeable to Federal-Provincial Training Programmes        ...                 	
$93,500
27,500
$86,000
27,500
Total of Vote 100	
$58,500
66,000 EDUCATION
P 63
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
(.EPVirp                                        Fiscal Year Ending
Sl-is. V U-,U                                              March 31, 1960
Division of Finance and Accounting Services—Continued
Vote 101.
$20,000
Code No.
019    Education of Soldiers'Dependent Children and Expenses                $20,000
Vote 102.
$175,000
Code No.
019    Library and Library Association Grants   _ _ _           180,000
Vote 103.
$625,000
Code No.
026    Free Text-books, Maps, etc.                                                 625,000
Vote 104.
$3,900,000
Grant to University of British Columbia
Code No.
019    (a) General grant           $4,425,000
434,000
019    (b) College of Education (Vancouver)                 559,000
$4,334,000
Total of Vote 104                                            4,984,000
$143,850
Vote 105.
Grant to Victoria College
Code No.
019    (a)  General grant                                        $162,900
101,900
019    (b) College of Education               141,750
$245,750
Total of Vote 105                                                                         304,650
Vote  106.
$92,890
Code No.
026    University Endowment Lands            96,000
Vote 107.
$22,500
Code No.
030    Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies                  22,500
$43,100
Vote 108.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance ..            _          _           40,945
Vote 109.
Student-aid and Teacher-training Scholarships and Bursaries         $360,000
Less Federal grant          .   _                      .           50,000
Total of Vote 109          310,000
Student-aid Loans and Teacher-training Loans
Code No.
C 032    Student-aid loans  ]
$185,000
) 033    Teacher-training loans   (
130,000
Less collections   . .                           ...              	
$55,000
Total of Vote                 	 P 64
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Division of Finance and Accounting Services—Continued
Vote 110.
$9,400,000
9,399,990
"Public Schools Act" (1958, Chap. 42, Sec. 197 (10))
and " Public Libraries Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 185,
Secs. 19 AND 45).
Code No.
031    Advances re rural school and library taxes     $9,800,000
Less revenue, rural district taxes        9,799,990
$10
$126,000
Total of Vote 110
888    Salary Revision 	
$10
$54,670,000
Total, Department of Education
$62,071,710 FINANCE
P 65
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(2)
(5)
$4,212
$4,212
360
540
$5,112
$11,400
9,300
7,500
6,600
5,520
10,080
4,800
4,284
7,032
3,252
5,760
2,658
10,998
1,896
(21)      $91,080
5,850
3,600
1,800
$102,330
$11,400
8,700
6,300
13,500
5,640
Vote  111.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Finance (paid as Premier)
Secretary 	
$4,800
(1)  $4,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
500
400
Total of Vote 111
Vote 112.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance	
Assistant Deputy Minister and Director of Tax Research 	
Registrar 	
Inspector of Government Agencies	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 	
Two Chief Clerks	
Supervisor of Research—Grade 1
Principal Clerk	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk 	
$12,000
10,200
7,500
7,200
6,600
10,320
5,760
4,710
4,050
3,600
3,720
6,600
2,880
3,120
6,900
2,160
2,220
(21) $99,540
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  5,550
202    Travelling expense  3,400
004    Office furniture and equipment   1,000
Total of Vote 112
Vote 113.
Controlling and Audit Branch
Salaries:
Comptroller-General    $ 12,000
Deputy Comptroller-General  9,600
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2   6,900
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 5  15,000
Audit Accountant—Grade 4  6,450
$5,700
109,490 P 66
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(ID
(2)
(2)
(4)
(1)
(5)
$43,680
38,694
3,780
4,356
8,136
10,266
3,252
14,316
24,810
5,508
2,616
3,648
7,320
(55)    $215,922
9,900
18,900
1,750
56,489
$302,961
$6,300
4,800
11,916
3,570
3,186
11,529
8,796
38,339
2,616
2,208
4,548
(35)      $97,808
1,820
200
300
71,384
$171,512
Vote 113.
Controlling and Audit Branch-
Salaries—Continued
Eight Audit Accountants—Grade 3 	
Eight Audit Accountants—Grade 2	
Audit Accountant—Grade 1 	
Chief Clerk	
Two Senior Clerks	
Four Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2 	
Twelve Clerks—Grade 1 	
Bookkeeping-machine Operator 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Coders 	
-Continued
Six Junior Clerks
$48,000
43,080
5,040
8,640
14,520
3,720
15,420
29,220
2,820
2,580
12,480
(55)  $235,470
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  9,500
202    Travelling expense   15,000
004    Office furniture and equipment   500
026    Mechanical tabulation service        	
Total of Vote 113         $260,470
Vote 114.
Mechanical Tabulation Branch
Salaries:
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 2  $6,900
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 1   5,280
Three Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2 13,320
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1   3,780
Three Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2  9,960
Three Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1   8,040
Three Office Equipment Operators—Grade 3   9,780
Eighteen Office Equipment Operators—Grades 1 and 2 42,840
Clerk—Grade 2   3,000
Clerk—Grade 1   2,520
Temporary assistance   6,120
(35) $111,540
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  8,925
202    Travelling expense   200
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,100
015    Equipment rentals   82,258
Carried forward   $204,023 FINANCE
P 67
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$171,512
Vote 114.
Mechanical Tabulation Branch—Continued
Brought forward           $204,023
Less recoverable from—
Controlling and Audit Branch    	
$56,489
41,606
56,050
17,357
Consumer Taxation Branch      	
Real Property Taxation Branch .._    	
"Assessment Equalization Act " .....   	
$171,502
$10
Total of Vote 114	
$204,023
Vote 115.
$8,700
7,350
6,900
12,690
10,560
6,150
74,280
129,240
3,708
5,520
75,444
3,852
13,500
5,520
5,040
8,424
3,852
24,960
5,760
16,404
5,274
12,216
3,924
2,118
2,252
2,340
18,630
5,232
960
Consumer Taxation Branch
Salaries:
Director  	
$9,600
Chief Auditor  __
8,100
Audit Accountant—Grade 5
7,500
13,800
Two Administrative Assistants—Grade 2 •   	
Two Administrative Assistants—Grade 1 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 4  ..
11,760
6,900
77,280
(14)
Thirteen Audit Accountants—Grade 3 	
Twenty-eight Audit Accountants—Grade 2 _       	
143,280
Audit Accountant—Grade 1      	
4,050
Inspector, Social Services Tax—Grade 3
6,000
Sixteen Inspectors, Social Services Tax—Grade 2
Inspector, Social Services Tax—Grade 1 	
Three Inspectors,  Hospital Construction Aid Tax—
Grade 2              _
84,060
4,050
14,400
Collections Officer 	
6,000
Chief Clerk 	
5,520
9,240
Senior Clerk         _      _.   . ....        .     ..     .
4,230
Seven Clerks—Grade 3 	
26,520
Two Clerks—Grade 2    ...              	
6,120
Seven Clerks—Grade 1   .. ..        ...        ...   .....   .   .
18,180
(5)
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Seven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
6,240
17,835
(2)
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1      	
Stockman—Grade 2 	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 2      	
2,580
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2                                            	
2,400
Ten Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
21,540
6,000
Special living allowance     ...           ...    	
960
(118)
$480,800
47,880
49,560
17,080
41,606
2,790
(116)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        	
$524,145
40,000
202    Travelling expense ..       	
46,000
004    Office furniture and equipment     .   ... 	
1,100
026    Mechanical tabulation service 	
029    Automobiles and accessories                        	
5,200
$639,716
Total of Vote 115              .      ...           . .
          616,445 P 68
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
$7,800
6,300
6,300
6,300
11,640
11,400
5,040
4,356
4,500
11,916
6,810
17,052
7,974
3,060
3,060
4,866
10,902
6,762
1,848
3,630
(39)    $141,516
32,850
27,900
6,395
56,050
3,000
$267,711
$9,600
6,300
5,880
6,600
6,150
28,440
5,280
4,068
3,504
2,796
4,872
2,076
Vote 116.
Real Property Taxation Branch
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes 	
Supervisor of Assessors	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2 	
Appraiser (Timber Land) 	
Two Appraisers—Grade 3 (Structural) 	
Two Appraisers—Grade 3 (Land) 	
Chief Clerk	
Appraiser—Grade 2 (Timber Land) 	
Principal Clerk	
Three Senior Clerks	
Two Forest Assistants—Grade 3 	
Five Clerks—Grade 3 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Forest Assistant—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1
Junior Clerk 	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
$8,700
6,900
6,900
7,200
13,350
13,050
5,520
5,040
4,800
12,960
7,740
18,540
9,000
3,420
3,420
5,760
12,360
2,640
4,320
2,160
4,260
(39) $158,040
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  36,500
202   Travelling expense  27,048
004    Office furniture and equipment  575
026    Mechanical tabulation service        	
031    Appraisal services   2,850
Total of Vote 116        $225,013
Vote 117.
'Assessment Equalization Act'
Salaries:
Commissioner
Executive Assistant and Secretary
Appraiser—Grade 3 	
Senior Improvement Valuator 	
Senior Land Valuator	
Five Equalization Valuators 	
Research Assistant—Grade 3 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
i 10,500
6,600
6,750
7,500
7,050
30,900
5,760
4,320
2,820
3,420
4,680
2,160
(17)      $85,566
(17)  $92,460 FINANCE
P 69
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$7,200
38,700
1,000
1,800
6,500
17,357
5,000
8,000
$171,123
10,000
300
$160,823
$7,500
6,150
5,400
9,420
3,708
4,500
4,068
2,616
2,796
2,028
3,702
(13)      $51,888
2,500
9,940
500
100
4,928
Vote  117.
"Assessment Equalization Act"-—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  $7,000
202    Travelling expense   36,500
004 Office furniture and equipment  500
005 Assessment   Advisory   Committee    (per   diem
allowances and travelling expenses)   1,000
013    Development and distribution of manual   2,500
026    Mechanical tabulation services       	
031    Assessors' training-school  3,000
033    Payment  to  Municipalities  for  completion  of
Forms A.C. 3   4,500
$147,460
Less—
Reassessment costs receivable from municipalities 	
Sale of cards and miscellaneous credits	
Total of Vote 117	
Vote 118.
Income Taxation Branch
(Including Logging Tax, Mining Tax, Insurance Premiums
Tax, Probate Fees, and Inspection of Trust Companies)
Salaries:
Director   $8,100
Audit Accountant—Grade 5       	
Audit Accountant—Grade 4	
Audit Accountant—Grade 3 	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 2	
Audit Accountant—Grade 1 	
Principal Clerk	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 .
6,150
5,520
10,230
4,140
4,500
4,320
2,940
3,120
2,400
4,380
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
004
033
Office furniture and equipment 	
Department's proportion of valuator's fees..
Total of Vote 118	
(13)  $55,800
3,000
7,500
500
100
$147,460
66,900 P 70
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(6)
$7,800
6,300
9,540
5,520
12,060
7,242
27,642
2,796
13,656
2,076
9,228
4,356
3,780
10,512
5,247
3,600
5,520
4,500
3,312
3,000
2,796
2,118
3,780
3,708
3,252
5,412
(52)    $168,753
10,620
9,900
3,000
7,000
1,000
1,000
6,500
17,500
3,000
2,600
$230,873
Vote 119.
Purchasing Commission
Salaries:
Chairman 	
Buyer—Grade 4	
Two Buyers—Grade 2	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1
Three Senior Clerks 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Nine Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Four Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Head Business-machine Mechanic 	
Foreman Business-machine Mechanic 	
Three Senior Business-machine Mechanics 	
Two   Junior   Inspectors   and   Business-machine
chanics 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks 	
Vancouver:
Buyer—Grade 3 	
Buyer—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer-
Clerk—Grade 2     -.
Clerk—Grade 1 __.
Junior Clerk 	
Cabinetmaker 	
Carpenter 	
Me-
-Grade 4
Foreman Business-machine Mechanic 	
Two Junior Inspectors and Business-machine Mechanics  	
$8,400
6,600
10,560
6,000
12,960
7,680
29,040
2,640
2,520
17,100
7,920
4,680
3,960
11,160
6,300
4,560
6,300
4,800
3,660
3,420
3,180
2,100
4,140
4,080
3,600
6,660
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
031
032
032
032
032
032
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising for tenders 	
Research and testing 	
(52)  $184,020
12,000
8,500
1,000
2,500
500
Shop materials and equipment:
Cabinetmaker 	
Typewriter service	
Machine service contracts
Cartage and freight	
Furniture maintenance	
1,000
6,500
18,500
1,500
1,500
Total of Vote 119
$237,520 FINANCE
P 71
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
I
$4,500
3,252
2,658
2,520
2,000
(4)  $14,930
900
360
275,000
15,000
$306,190
306,180
.10
$1,000
6,315
79,011
12,755
43,345
28,720
17,110
2,160
40,982
3,455
3,545
15,878
52,500
7,530
1,000
2,250
540
3,200
1,100
8,650
375
13,700
18,800
$363,921
31,079
$395,000
Vote 120.
Langford Warehouse
Salaries:
Supervisor of Stores _
Stockman—Grade 5 __
Stockman—Grade 4 __
Stockman—Grade 3 _.
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance
$4,800
3,720
2,700
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment
024 Stores purchases	
031 Warehouse expense 	
Less recoverable from other departments
(3)  $11,220
900
180
200,000
15,000
$227,300
227,290
Total of Vote 120
Vote 121.
Code No.
004
Departments:
Legislation 	
Agriculture 	
Attorney-General
Education  	
Finance 	
Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Public Health	
Mental Health 	
Hospital Insurance 	
Highways 	
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce..
Labour 	
Lands and Forests:
Lands 	
Forests 	
Mines   	
Municipal Affairs 	
Provincial Secretary:
Provincial Secretary 	
Civil Service Commission
Superannuation Branch ....
Public Utilities Commission
Public Works	
Railways 	
Recreation and Conservation
Social Welfare 	
Contingencies
Office Furniture and Equipment
$1,000
8,430
64,609
8,365
13,655
30,800
13,180
2,200
25,000
2,805
3,152
9,245
36,000
8,895
1,000
1,000
775
5,200
2,265
6,000
85
3,520
12,300
Carried forward .
$259,481
25,519
$285,000
$10 P 72
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
cvn)\nrn                                       Fiscal Year Ending
SbKVicn                                  March 31j 1960
Vote 121.
$395,000
Office Furniture and Equipment—Continued
Brought forward               $285,000
394,990
Less recoverable from departments    '                       284,990
$10
Total of Vote 121                $10
Vote 122.
$16,200
Code No.
029                            Motor-vehicles and Accessories
Departments:
Agriculture .                               ...                $16,220
50,450
5,100
22,890
65,100
30,100
5,000
15,000
Attorney-General              64,300
Education .              _ _                          	
Finance      —                                                                              21,000
Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Public Health                                                                     34,000
Mental Health                39,200
Hospital Insurance                     2,800
Highways  ._             _                                14,300
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce              3,600
9,200
27,300
354,650
10,800
2,300
30,700
156,250
45,000
Labour                                                                                  6,900
Lands and Forests:
Lands   ....                     19,100
Forests ....         _____                         328,200
Mines               18,000
Public Utilities Commission         _ _        _   	
Public Works                          16,300
Recreation and Conservation                             ..                           92,100
Social Welfare                    .—.         —-                        27,600
$846,040
78,960
$703,620
Contingencies             ...           —   ...            .              46,380
$925,000
115,000
$750,000
Less sales and trade-ins         .           68,100
$810,000
809,990
$681,900
Less recoverable from departments                                   681,890
$10
Total of Vote 122                  10
Vote 123.
$4,800
Postal Branch
Salaries:
Chief Postal Clerk                           $5,280
4,068
20,712
3,180
Postal Clerk—Grade 3                     .                     4,500
Six Postal Clerks—Grade 2                        .                    23,340
Truck-driver                                     _.                         3,420
(9)      $32,760
(9)  $36,540 FINANCE
P 73
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
$1,000
324,425
1,000
$359,185
$5,520
4,800
4,500
3,186
2,616
1,938
1,800
2,616
3,996
4,428
360
5,040
2,160
2,616
360
5,040
3,780
2,340
6,300
5,520
5,040
4,356
3,636
4,068
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 123.
Postal Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
003 Postage  	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
021    Upkeep of automobile 	
Total of Vote 123	
Vote 124.
Government Agents, etc.
Salaries:
Alberni Agency (Code 12401)
Government Agent—Grade 2	
Assessor—Grade 2 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Ashcroft Sub-Agency (Code 12402)
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2	
Atlin Agency (Code 12403)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
Burns Lake Agency (Code 12411)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance 	
Clinton Agency (Code 12415)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Courtenay Agency (Code 12416)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
$750
300,000
900
1,000
$6,000
5,520
4,800
3,320
2,940
2,340
1,980
2,820
4,350
4,620
360
5,520
2,460
2,820
360
5,520
3,960
2,820
6,900
6,000
5,520
4,800
4,368
4,320
$339,190 P 74
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$3,252
2,568
2,796
4,278
2,988
2,676
6,000
5,040
4,212
3,120
3,372
3,060
4,548
1,938
3,000
2,616
4,500
2,796
5,520
4,800
4,500
3,438
5,520
2,436
2,028
2,616
5,040
3,780
2,616
2,988
4,500
2,520
2,118
2,700
960
Vote 124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Courtenay Agency—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 3   $3,600
Clerk—Grade 2   2,880
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3  3,120
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,860
Building Service Worker—Grade 3  3,180
Building Service Worker—Grade 1   2,880
Cranbrook Agency (Code 12417)
Government Agent—Grade 3   6,900
Assessor—Grade 2   5,520
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3   5,040
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1   3,960
Clerk—Grade 3   3,720
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4   3,420
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   2,880
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2  4,980
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Creston Sub-agency (Code 12418)
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Government Agent-
Assessor—Grade 2 	
Deputy Government Agent-
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 __._
Building Service Worker—Grade
Duncan Agency (Code 12425)
Grade 2	
Grade 2
1
Fernie Agency (Code 12430)
Grade 1 	
Government Agent-
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 ...
Fort St. John Agency (Code 12431)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2 	
Special living allowance	
3,180
2,820
4,800
3,300
6,000
5,520
4,800
4,050
6,120
2,880
1,920
2,820
5,520
3,960
2,820
3,180
5,040
2,760
2,270
2,880
960 r
FINANCE
P 75
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(3)
$5,040
3,780
2,208
2,616
5,040
2,160
2,868
4,800
2,340
6,300
5,520
5,040
3,438
3,924
9,972
5,808
2,568
2,520
7,248
2,988
5,040
4,356
2,568
2,988
5,520
4,356
2,796
2,616
2,988
2,616
Vote 124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Golden Agency (Code 12435)
Government Agent—Grade 1	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1	
Grand Forks Agency (Code 12436)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Gulf Islands Sub-agency (Ganges)
(Code 12437)
Assessor—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Kamloops Agency (Code 12440)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Two Deputy Assessors—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Three Clerks—Grade 3	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Kaslo Agency (Code 12441)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 ___
Kelowna Agency (Code 12442)
Government Agent—Grade 2	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 ....
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 _
$5,520
3,960
2,760
2,820
5,520
2,520
3,180
5,520
2,820
6,900
6,000
5,520
8,010
4,320
10,800
6,240
3,120
5,160
2,100
3,180
5,520
3,720
2,880
3,180
6,000
4,800
3,180
2,820
3,180
2,820
L P 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
$5,040
2,340
2,160
540
5,520
4,140
4,500
3,438
2,700
2,208
2,298
2,700
5,040
3,246
1,848
2,616
6,300
5,520
5,040
7,440
4,068
7,152
2,520
4,866
4,374
2,028
2,988
7,848
6,300
5,520
5,040
4,428
3,924
4,068
6,912
7,752
5,454
2,118
3,972
1,728
3,000
5,436
Vote 124.
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent-
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Special living allowance	
Government Agents, etc.-—Continued
Kitimat Agency (Code 12443)
Grade 1 	
Lillooet Agency (Code 12445)
-Grade 2	
Government Agent-
Assessor—Grade 2 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2 ...
Merritt Agency (Code 12450)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Nanaimo Agency (Code 12455)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Two Deputy Assessors—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Three Building Service Workers—Grade 1
Nelson Agency (Code 12456)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 1 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2   	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 1
$5,520
2,820
2,460
540
6,000
4,920
4,800
4,050
3,060
2,520
2,400
2,880
5,520
3,600
2,220
2,880
6,900
6,000
5,520
8,820
4,320
7,620
3,000
5,400
4,920
3,180
8,460
6,900
6,000
5,520
4,920
4,410
4,320
7,140
8,460
6,240
4,680
4,140
3,180
5,880 FINANCE
P 77
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(3)
(1)
$6,300
5,280
5,040
4,644
4,068
4,068
25,044
2,700
6,798
2,118
1,896
2,256
3,120
13,140
2,436
4,500
2,256
6,300
5,520
5,040
3,252
8,136
3,660
2,658
2,748
2,208
3,696
3,120
2,868
2,616
6,300
5,040
5,040
4,644
9,966
4,464
2,436
1,980
2,928
2,640
Vote  124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
New Westminster Agency (Code 12458)
Government Agent—Grade 3
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Assessor—Grade 1	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 4 	
Five Building Service Workers—Grade 1
Elevator Operator	
Oliver Sub-Agency (Code 12460)
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Penticton Agency (Code 12465)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 3	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Two Senior Clerks	
Clerk—Grade 3	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1 ...
Gardener—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Pouce Coupe Agency (Code 12466)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 2 .	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Assessor—Grade 1	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Special living allowance	
6
5
5.
4
4
26:
5.
5.
,900
000
,520
280
620
320
580
640
220
2
3
14
2.
500
580
,300
220
,640
4,800
2,580
6,900
6,000
5,520
3,960
8,640
3,840
3,000
3,120
2,820
4,440
3,360
3,060
2,820
6,900
5,520
5,520
4,320
10,680
5,760
4,620
3,060
2,880 P 78
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(4)
(1)
$5,040
3,780
6,300
4,800
4,284
4,068
3,120
10,314
10,458
2,436
2,118
2,118
2,988
2,736
2,040
6,300
4,722
4,356
4,068
3,438
2,616
8,202
2,436
2,160
2,988
2,616
2,340
5,040
1,980
2,616
6,000
4,800
4,356
3,060
6,120
2,520
4,160
2,256
2,700
1,320
Vote 124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Powell River Agency (Code 12467)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1
Prince George Agency (Code 12468)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Assessor—Grade  2  	
Senior Clerk 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Four Clerks—Grade 3 	
Three Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 4 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Five Building Service Workers—Grade 1
Special living allowance 	
Prince Rupert Agency (Code 12469)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade  3  	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade
Senior Clerk 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2  	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance 	
Princeton Agency (Code 12470)
Government Agent—Grade  1  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2  	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Quesnel Agecny (Code 12475)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 2 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 _. 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  1   	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2 	
Special living allowance 	
$5,520
3,960
6,900
5,520
4,920
4,320
3,900
14,760
9,240
2,760
2,280
3,300
3,180
14,220
2,520
6,900
5,400
5,040
4,320
3,900
2,940
9,360
2,820
2,460
3,180
2,820
2,340
5,520
2,460
2,820
6,900
5,520
5,040
3,960
6,540
2,760
4,860
2,100
2,880
1,320 FINANCE
P 79
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
$5,400
4,356
4,068
2,748
2,796
2,436
5,040
3,636
1,896
2,736
5,040
2,658
2,616
5,520
4,140
4,500
3,252
2,436
4,824
1,848
2,616
1,080
3,924
2,256
2,796
540
5,880
5,040
3,252
6,120
1,896
4,068
Vote  124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Revelstoke Agency (Code 12480)
Government Agent—Grade 2
Assessor—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent-
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
-Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Rossland Agency (Code 12481)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1	
Salmon Arm Agency (Code 12485)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Smithers Agency (Code 12486)
-Grade 2	
Government Agent-
Assessor—Grade 2	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 3	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Special living allowance	
Deputy Government Agent-
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Special living allowance	
Terrace Sub-Agency (Code 12488)
Grade 2	
Vancouver Agency (Code 12490)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4 ...
Junior Clerk 	
Chief Stationary Engineer	
$6,000
4,800
4,260
3,360
3,120
2,220
3,060
5,520
3,960
1,920
2,940
5,520
3,480
2,820
6,000
4,920
4,800
3,600
3,120
2,880
2,520
2,220
2,880
1,080
4,440
2,100
3,000
540
6,750
5,520
3,600
6,840
2,220
4,440 P 80
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$6,624
3,000
3,120
3,000
2,868
26,190
5,040
4,860
3,924
120
6,300
5,040
5,040
3,996
3,570
7,440
3,060
2,658
4,326
2,208
2,988
2,616
5,520
4,644
3,438
3,060
2,256
5,040
3,312
2,616
2,208
2,856
600
12,814
(327) $1,128,336
Vote 124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Agency—Continued
Two Stationary Engineers—Grade 2
Building Service Worker—Grade 4 ...
Gardener—Grade 2 	
Gardener—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Ten Building Service Workers—Grade 1
Two Watchmen 	
Two Elevator Operators
Vanderhoof Sub-Agency (Code 12492)
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 2
Special living allowance	
Vernon Agency (Code 12493)
Government Agent—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 2	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 3
Senior Clerk 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Victoria Assessor (Code 12494)
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Assessor—Grade 1 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Williams Lake Agency (Code 12497)
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Deputy Government Agent—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Special living allowance	
Sundry Sub-offices (Code 12419)
Allowances
$7,440
3,180
3,360
3,240
3,060
28,380
5,340
5,400
4,440
120
6,900
5,520
5,520
4,320
4,140
7,740
3,420
3,000
4,740
2,460
3,180
2,820
6,000
5,280
4,050
3,420
2,580
5,520
3,660
2,940
2,340
3,060
600
13,440
(330)  $1,255,108 FINANCE
P 81
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$72,000
36,000
11,160
117,000
34,000
5,600
13,500
10,800
$1,428,396
10,000
6,336
$1,412,060
$25
250
7,500
$7,775
$2,000
20,000
2,000
$24,000
15,000
$9,000
$500
4,000
10,000
100
900
$15,500
Vote 124.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202
004
006
020
021
029
030
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water _
Maintenance of buildings and grounds 	
Maintenance and operation of M.V." Carlyle III'
Motor-vehicles   and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
$68,400
36,000
6,300
111,200
22,300
5,200
13,500
10,300
$1,528,308
Less—
Refund of maintenance of buildings from R.C.M.P.     $10,500
Portion of Switchboard Operators'
salaries from other departments       7,128
17,628
Total of Vote 124.
Vote 125.
Housing Commissioner
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
031    Operational costs -
$25
200
775
Total of Vote 125
Vote  126.
Courts of Revision
Code No.
202    Travelling expense
005    Members' fees 	
007    Advertising  	
Less recoverable from municipalities concerned under sec. 15 (4) of the "Assessment
Equalization Act,   1953 " 	
Total of Vote 126	
$2,000
21,000
2,000
$25,000
15,000
Vote 127.
Assessment Appeal Board
Code No.
001    Office expense
202 Travelling expense
005 Members' fees 	
030 Court costs 	
031 Secretarial services
$1,510,680
1,000
10,000
$500
4,000
10,000
100
900
Total of Vote 127 ...
15,500 P 82
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 128.
$27,500
Code No.
013    Printing   Public   Accounts,   Estimates,   Revenue   Receipts,
Bonds, etc. 	
Vote 129.
$123,500
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance
Vote 130.
$31,500
Code No.
030   Incidentals and Contingencies
Vote 131.
$2,400,000
400,000
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "
Code No.
031    Interest on Civil Service Superannuation Fund
(sec. 14)      $2,300,000
$2,800,000
1,885,000
$915,000
Code No.
032    Interest on Retirement Fund (sec. 43)
Less receipts from investments
Total of Vote 131	
350,000
$2,650,000
2,000,000
Vote 132.
$8,000
Code No.
033 "Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act"—
Interest on Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Fund	
Vote 133.
$1,650
Code No.
041    "Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act,  1905"—Arrears of
dying assessments on lands reverted to the Crown	
Vote 134.
$11,100,000
Code No.
019    Grants in Aid of Local Government
Vote 135.
$27,000
123,000
30,000
650,000
$12,000
Code No.
041    "Supreme Court Act" (Sec. 33)—Payment of interest on
Suitors' Fund deposits 	
Vote 136.
$200,000
Code No.
026    Salary Contingencies
11,500
4,600
11,100,000
15,000
75,000 FINANCE
P 83
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 137.
Home-owner's Subsidy
$5,456,000
1,984,000
Code No.
031 Organized —
032 Unorganized
$6,300,000
1,140,000
$7,440,000
Total of Vote 137 .
Vote 138.
$189,000
Code No.
888    Salary Revision
Vote 139.
Code No.
019    "Toll Highways and Bridges Authority Act"  (1953   (2nd
Sess.), Chap. 37, Sec. 16 (1))—Statutory subsidy	
Vote 140.
Code No.
019    Power Subsidy
$7,440,000
1,500,000
2,000,000
100,000
$23,626,164
Total, Department of Finance
- $26,825,521  HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 85
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$12,500
4,212
5,760
2,796
(4)  $25,268
1,500
4,500
700
$31,968
$5,760
4,920
10,080
11,574
(5)
17,904
11,436
(3)
7,836
4,236
9,654
(2)
3,612
1,692
$88,704
3,660
5,228
2,520
2,118
3,660
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL
Vote 141.
INSURANCE
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Secretary 	
Administrative Assistant 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3  	
Temporary  assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 141	
$12,500
4,800
6,300
3,120
900
(4)  $27,620
1,500
4,500
700
Vote 142.
Accounting Division
(For Departments of Health Services and Hospital Insurance,
Provincial Secretary, and Social Welfare)
Salaries:
Headquarters
Departmental Comptroller
Research Assistant—Grade 3
Two Chief Clerks	
Three Senior Clerks 	
Six Clerks—Grade 3 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 (part time)
Four Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1  	
Junior Clerk 	
$6,900
5,640
11,040
12,420
22,560
12,360
6,240
5,040
1,100
10,500
2,100
1,920
Vancouver Office
$105,890
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 _
$97,820
4,320
5,940
3,000
2,400
4,380
$117,860
$34,320 P 86
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(39)
(3)
(1)
(2)
(3)
$5,280
4,800
3,060
1,764
$120,794
1,500
$119,294
4,200
5,500
400
$129,394
$11,400
10,200
9,300
8,700
8,400
7,500
16,080
6,000
5,520
4,800
5,040
4,722
4,212
3,996
4,356
7,848
3,708
3,504
3,252
3,060
5,580
8,388
7,512
6,756
2,298
Vote 142.
Accounting Division—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Mechanical Section
Mechanical Superintendent-
Mechanical Superintendent-
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1 	
Temporary assistance	
-Grade
-Grade
$5,760
5,280
3,300
2,100
700
Less recruitment saving
(39)  $135,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 142	
Vote 143.
Salaries:
Public Health Services
General Services
Headquarters
Deputy Minister of Health	
Deputy Provincial Health Officer
Director, Occupational Health	
Director, Division of Preventive Dentistry	
Director, Division of Public Health Engineering.
Director of Administration	
Senior Public Health Engineer	
Two Public Health Engineers—Grade 2	
Director, Public Health Nursing	
Director, Public Health Education	
Assistant Director, Public Health Nursing.
Chief Sanitary Inspector	
Consultant, Public Health Nursing	
Two Public Health Educators—Grade 2
Consultant in Nutrition	
Personnel Assistant	
Two Senior Clerks	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2 (Industrial Nurse)
Public Health Educator—Grade 1	
Stockroom Clerk—Grade 4	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 ..
Three Clerks Grade 1 	
Stockroom Clerk—Grade 2	
$135,000
4,700
5,000
400
$12,000
11,100
10,500
9,600
9,000
8,100
7,800
11,790
6,600
6,000
5,520
5,520
5,520
8,430
4,710
4,320
8,640
4,140
3,960
3,480
3,420
3,300
9,360
10,500
7,680
2,880
$162,132
$183,870
$145,100 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 87
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(60)
$9,600
9,300
5,880
5,760
4,800
3,438
3,000
3,060
3,000
5,126
2,700
13,140
8,880
2,340
4,020
1,980
$248,156
8,000
$240,156
21,000
16,000
3,920
23,000
5,500
5,000
1,500
1,500
$317,576
15,888
$301,688
Vote 143.
Public Health Services—Continued
General Services—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Office
Assistant Provincial Health Officer	
Director of Health Division (Epidemiology)	
Rehabilitation Co-ordinator 	
Personnel Officer—Grade 2	
Bacteriologist—Grade   5   (Technical   Supervisor   of
Clinical Laboratory Services) 	
Technical Adviser of Radiological Services	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Driver 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 4	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2	
Five Building Service Workers—Grade 1 	
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Switchboard Operators-
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
-Grade 2
510,800
10,500
6,600
6,600
5,520
4,350
3,780
3,300
3,300
3,180
5,880
2,880
14,100
9,900
2,700
4,320
2,280
2,000
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(62)  $285,860
8,000
202
004
006
013
020
029
030
031
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Heat, light, power, and water	
Printing and publications	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds .
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
" Dental Technicians Act"—salaries and expenses
Less—
Federal health grants—salaries .  $21,490
Transferred to Vote  152  (Rehabilitation Programme)       6,600
$277,860
21,000
16,000
1,100
22,000
6,500
3,800
1,500
1,500
$351,260
28,090
Total of Vote 143
$323,170 P 88
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Public Health Services—Conn
Vote 144.
nued
$558,000
279,000
$558,000
279,000
Code No.
019    Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.) 	
Less Federal health grant       __ _ _   __
Total of Vote 144	
Vote 145.
$279,000
Areas 	
$279,000
$219,000
Code No.
019    Grants to Public Health Services, Metropolitan
Vote 146.
234,000
$120,000
Code No.
019    Grant in Aid of Arthritis Control     	
120,000
Vote 147.
$47,221
47,211
$44,426
44,416
Crippled Children (Federal Programme)    _.   	
Less Federal health grant            -   .
Total of Vote 147   	
$10
10
Vote 148.
$47,221
47,211
$44,426
44,416
Professional Training (Federal Programme)      .  ... _
Less Federal health grant             .	
Total of Vote 148 	
$10
10
Vote  149.
$80,010
80,000
$32,460
$32,450
Public Health Research (Federal Programme)       ..
Total of Vote 149    	
$10
10
Vote 150.
(Training and
$91,169
91,159
$100,000
Code No.
019    Grant to G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre
Rehabilitation of All Types of Paralytics)
Vote 151.
110,000
$85,920
85,910
Medical Rehabilitation (Federal Programme)    	
Total of Vote 151              	
$10
10
Vote 152.
$24,000
12,000
$24,000
12,000
Total of Vote 152    	
$12,000
12,000 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 89
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1960
Public Health Services—Continued
Vote 153.
$772,000
504,795
$676,500
15,888
General Public Health (Federal Programme) 	
Less allocated to—
General Services (Vote 143)  $21,490
365,604
70,000
Local Health Services (Vote 159)  365,610
Division of Laboratories (re poliomyelitis
and influenza vaccines)  (Vote 160)            70,000
Division   of  Laboratories—salaries   (Vote
160)                               —                              47,695
6,364
Division of Vital Statistics ... ..             	
$218,644
218,634
Less Federal health grant (not allocated) 	
$267,205
267,195
$10
Total of Vote 153  	
$10
Vote 154.
$676,500
43,302
Laboratory and Radiological Services (Federal Programme)
Less allocated to Division of Laboratories       ..	
$772,000
$633,198
633,188
Less Federal health grant (not allocated) _        ..
$772,000
771,990
$10
Total of Vote 154 	
10
Vote 155.
$145,160
32,400
$136,776
Child and Maternal Health (Federal programme) 	
Less allocated to Local Health Services (Vote 159) —
$136,776
136,766
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)  	
$112,760
112,750
$10
Total of Vote 155 ....            _    	
10
Vote 156.
ion	
$75,000
Code No.
019    Grants re Local Health Services Building Construct
Vote 157.
100,000
$20,000
Code No.
019    Grant for Medical Research- 	
20,000
Vote 158.
Code No.
019    Grant re Heart Research  	
5,000 P 90
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(ID
(17)
(151)
(15)
(20)
(16)
(5)
$169,050
31,800
65,340
81,468
9,180
46,016
68,298
492,192
38,952
46,758
34,812
11,808
7,200
(300) $1,102,874
34,000
$1,068,874
58,000
117,000
18,000
67,000
14,000
14,400
45,000
1,200
17,500
15,800
12,000
$1,448,774
365,604
326,494
$756,676
$9,300
5,760
8,400
14,880
16,488
15,006
Public Health Services—Continued
Vote 159.
Local Health Services
Salaries:
Twenty Directors of Health Units         $187,200
Four Dental Officers   34,800
Fifteen Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 3   74,010
Twenty-three Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 2   92,010
Three Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 1   9,720
Twelve Supervisors, Public Health Nursing   58,800
Sixteen Public Health Nurses—Grade 2   70,050
One hundred and sixty-two Public Health Nurses—
Grade 1   609,840
Sixteen Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3   47,160
Twenty-five Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2   63,780
Eight Clerks—Grade 1   19,740
Two Clerk-Typists   4,260
Four Dental Assistants   10,320
Special living allowance   8,100
Temporary Assistance   61,500
(310)
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office
202
004
008
009
017
029
030
031
032
033
expense  	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Medical and dental services .___
Grants re uniforms 	
Medical and dental supplies 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Transfer and training of personnel 	
In aid of resident physicians, medical aid, etc..
Home nursing care 	
Less—
Federal health grant-
Estimated receipts _
-salaries
$398,010
332,510
1,351,290
34,000
$1,317,290
65,000
121,500
23,700
75,000
15,000
18,000
30,000
1,000
17,500
20,800
12,000
$1,716,790
730,520
Total of Vote 159
Vote 160.
Division of Laboratories
Salaries:
Director 	
Assistant Director	
Physician Specialist	
Three Bacteriologists—Grade 4
Four Bacteriologists—Grade 3 __
Four Bacteriologists—Grade 2 __
M0,500
6,300
9,000
16,560
18,375
17,280
$986,270 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 91
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$31,980
16,656
41,076
3,060
6,180
2,868
2,700
2,298
8,472
1,980
9,000
(61) $196,104
13,000
2,000
1,100
3,000
21,000
207,000
24,000
650
7,100
$474,954
43,302
70,000
$361,652
$7,200
4,920
8,784
5,040
3,708
4,212
3,852
26,022
Public Health Services—Continued
Vote 160.
Division of Laboratories—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Ten Bacteriologists—Grade 1 	
Five Laboratory Technicians—Grade 3	
Sixteen Laboratory Technicians—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Four Clerks—Grade 1	
Senior Outfits-maker and Glassware-cleaner
Five Outfits-makers and Glassware-cleaners
Temporary assistance	
$35,640
18,000
43,420
3,060
6,600
3,060
2,880
2,640
9,180
2,100
9,600
4,600
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
011
016
017
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Equipment and machinery	
(61)  $218,795
13,000
1,500
500
2,500
25,000
Medical supplies  (biological products, etc., including poliomyelitis and influenza vaccines)
019    Grants and subsidies	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment	
030    Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries $47,695
Federal health grant re poliomyelitis and influenza vaccines   70,000
Total of Vote 160 .
Vote 161.
Salaries:
Division of Vital Statistics
Headquarters
Director of Vital Statistics	
Research Supervisor—Grade 1 	
Two Research Assistants—Grade 3
Chief Clerk	
Research Assistant—Grade 2
Inspector of Vital Statistics	
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1
Seven Clerks—Grade 3 	
207,000
22,000
600
7,000
$497,895
117,695
$7,800
5,880
10,200
5,520
4,260
4,500
4,320
27,120
$380,200 P 92
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(7)
(2)
(79)
$3,504
3,252
21,048
2,700
2,568
17,478
7,002
15,636
10,184
1,938
5,772
16,794
3,312
$174,926
5,040
3,924
4,500
4,068
3,660
5,268
4,416
4,374
9,696
$219,872
10,000
$209,872
28,500
2,700
2,600
3,000
13,750
6,500
$266,922
6,364
6,500
$254,058
Vote 161.
Public Health Services—Continued
Division of Vital Statistics—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 2
Stockman—Grade 4 	
Eight Clerks—Grade 2 	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 3
Senior Coder	
Seven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 2 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 1 	
Five Office Equipment Operators—Grade 2
Microfilm Operator	
Three Coders	
Nine Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 1
Vancouver Office
Research Assistant—Grade 3 	
Research Assistant—Grade 2	
Principal Clerk	
Senior Clerk	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Five Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$3,720
3,480
25,560
3,060
2,880
18,900
7,260
16,860
11,460
2,220
6,660
18,610
1,740
$192,010
5,760
4,440
4,800
4,320
3,840
5,760
5,100
4,800
10,740
3,500
(79)
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
004
013
015
033
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications	
Equipment rental 	
District Registrars' commissions, etc.
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries
Estimated receipts	
$245,070
10,000
$235,070
29,700
2,700
2,600
2,800
15,360
6,800
$295,030
7,000
Total of Vote 161
$288,030 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 93
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(5)
(6)
(2)
$4,068
3,924
6,912
3,780
16,428
3,060
2,616
2,256
11,442
2,076
23,000
(19)      $79,562
4,500
2,500
400
200
300
1,200
7,000
150
1,400
2,400
$99,612
44,426
$55,186
$9,300
8,400
5,520
3,060
10,350
2,796
13,656
4,798
Public Health Services—Continued
Vote 162.
Division of Venereal Disease Control
Salaries:
Director (shown in General Services, Vancouver Office,
as Director of Health Division (Epidemiology))	
Senior Clerk 	
Epidemiology Worker—Grade 3	
Two Epidemiology Workers—Grade 2 	
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 1 	
Staff Nurse—Grade 2 (part time) 	
Four Staff Nurses—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Five Clerks—Grade 1	
Junior Clerk	
Physicians (part time) 	
Temporary assistance	
$4,320
4,320
7,500
4,320
1,650
14,520
3,300
3,120
2,160
12,060
2,220
23,200
600
(19)  $83,290
(16)      $57,880
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
008 Medical services 	
009 Clothing and uniforms 	
011    Laundry and dry-goods 	
017    Medical supplies 	
022    Transportation of patients	
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
031 Rural treatment and consultative service
Less Federal health grant	
Total of Vote 162	
4,500
2,500
300
200
1,000
7,500
100
1,400
2,500
$103,290
46,774
Division of Tuberculosis Control
Vote 163.
Divisional Headquarters
Salaries:
Director of Health Division	
Physician Specialist 	
Hospital Administrator 	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 _
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 (part time)
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
$10,500
9,150
6,300
3,960
11,460
3,000
5,220
1,758
7,140
(14)  $58,488
$56,516
L P 94
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$4,800
1,000
900
21,000
4,000
2,500
100
500
$92,680
14,898
$77,782
$26,100
15,600
3,875
3,276
9,276
3,252
5,040
9,300
(17)  $75,719
1,200
14,000
700
2,400
12,000
5106,019
7,980
$98,039
Public Health Services—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 163.
Divisional Headquarters—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $4,200
202 Travelling expense   1,000
004 Office furniture and equipment       	
008 Payments to outlying physicians and hospitals  17,000
017 P.A.S. and streptomycin  4,000
022 Transportation     1,200
024 Subscriptions and slides  100
030 Incidentals and contingencies   500
Less Federal health grants—salaries .
Total of Vote 163	
$86,488
16,890
Vote 164.
Travelling Clinics
Salaries:
Senior Physician Specialist	
Three Physician Specialists	
Two Physicians—Grade 2 	
Physician—Grade 2 (part time)	
Staff Nurse—Grade 1 	
Three X-ray Technicians—Grade 3	
Operator, Mobile X-ray Unit	
$9,900
28,800
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
031 X-ray films and maintenance ___..
3,720
10,380
3,420
6,060
10,260
(15)  $72,540
1,200
14,000
1,200
2,000
9,000
Less Federal health grant—salaries
Total of Vote 164	
$99,940
8,880
$69,598
91,060 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 95
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(5)
(3)
(6)
(2)
(2)
$18,000
18,000
16,200
43,500
8,718
32,400
23,333
4,050
7,200
2,100
3,720
1,000
5,520
4,800
1,349,684
225,563
(583) $1,763,788
155,000
$1,608,788
37,000
5,000
118,157
41,300
266,500
$2,076,745
63,300
600
46,650
1,500
9,300
2,500
1,100
1,300
25,900
Public Health Services—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 165.
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics
Vancouver Island Chest Centre (Code 16501)
Willow Chest Centre (Code 16502)
Pearson Unit (Code 16503)
New Westminster Unit (Code 16504)
Other Hospitalization (Code 16505)
Training-school (Code 16506)
Salaries:
Physician Specialist and Consultant  $10,200
Two Medical Superintendents—Grade 2       	
Two Senior Physician Specialists  19,800
Three Senior Physician Specialists (part time)  14,850
Four Physician Specialists  38,400
Four Physician Specialists (part time)   19,200
Four Physicians—Grade 2   34,800
Five Physicians—Grade 2 (part time)  20,580
Dental Officer—Grade 3 (part time)  4,350
Dental Officer—Grade 2 (part time)  2,500
Senior Intern   2,100
Resident Intern  1,500
Medical Student (part time)  1,000
Hospital Administrator   6,300
Director of Nursing   5,520
Other hospital employees (including Pharmacists, Bacteriologists, Therapists, Teachers, Dieticians, Technicians, Clerks, Nurses, Tradesmen, etc.)       1,157,228
Temporary assistance  110,244
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(432)  $1,448,572
  90,000
202
004
006
008
010
011
016
017
018
020
021
023
025
030
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical and surgical	
Dietary  	
Laundry ....
Equipment
Drugs 	
Library 	
Maintenance 	
Cars and trucking expense .
Teachers' supplies 	
Occupational therapy	
Incidentals and contingencies
$1,358,572
25,700
3,650
300
70,000
31,000
195,000
$1,684,222
60,000
39,250
1,200
7,500
1,500
900
1,000
27,000 P 96
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$34,550
31,500
30,000
4,100
10,500
9,000
500
$2,349,045
70,620
6,500
13,000
13,000
622,000
7,000
$1,616,925
$365,447
14,898
7,980
70,620
$271,949
271,939
$10
(4)
(1)
$8,700
4,350
12,930
2,796
3,600
2,256
153,822
Vote 165.
Public Health Services—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
X-ray films and maintenance
Housekeeping 	
Other hospitalization 	
Laboratory 	
031
032
034
035
036
037
038
Anaesthetic services
Nursing
New furnishings, repairs, and renewals
$31,800
25,500
25,000
2,000
8,000
8,500
500
$1,923,872
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries
Deductions for laundry 	
Deductions for board 	
Deductions for rent 	
Maintenance receipts 	
Miscellaneous credits	
Credits from Poliomyelitis Pavilion—salaries 	
$63,720
622,000
17,000
21,000
723,720
Total of Vote 165
$1,200,152
Vote 166.
Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme)
Less allocated to—
Divisional Headquarters (Vote 163) _
Travelling Clinics (Vote 164)	
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics
(Vote 165) 	
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)
Total of Vote 166	
$374,661
$16,890
8,880
63,720
89,490
$285,171
285,161
Vote 167.
Poliomyelitis Pavilion
Salaries:
Physician Specialist 	
Three Physician Specialists (part time) ..
Two Physiotherapists 	
Two Occupational Therapists—Grade 1
Maintenance Mechanic 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Sundry employees	
10
9,600
3,300
7,080
6,360
2,520
149,460 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 97
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$34,091
(71)    $222,545
35,000
$187,545
1,285
300
19,168
3,000
23,100
6,500
5,000
250
1,000
200
150
500
4,600
1,000
3,250
3,000
250
2,500
$262,598
$73,800
$323,800
$5,168,646
Vote 167.
Public Health Services—Continued
Poliomyelitis Pavilion—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Temporary assistance
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Heat, light, power,
202
006
008
010
011
017
018
020
021
023
025
030
031
032
034
035
037
and water
Medical and surgical 	
Dietary   	
Laundry 	
Drugs  	
Library supplies 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Cars and trucking expense	
Teachers' supplies  	
Occupational therapy 	
Incidentals, crockery, and linen 	
X-ray films and maintenance 	
Housekeeping  	
Specialist services 	
Laboratory   	
Nursing  	
Total of Vote 167
Code No.
887 Temporary Assistance
Code No.
888 Salary  Revision 	
$38,472
(64)  $216,792
16,000
Sub-total, Public Health Services
$200,792
1,200
200
18,000
2,500
21,000
5,500
3,500
250
1,000
200
150
500
3,500
300
2,000
1,000
150
2,500
$264,242
$4,718,738  HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 99
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(9)
(1)
$11,400
9,600
7,500
6,300
6,300
5,620
5,040
4,800
4,500
4,068
9,828
8,658
7,350
19,752
1,764
1,896
1,140
(30)    $115,516
6,000
2,200
600
2,000
1,000
$127,316
$4,068
2,940
2,256
(3)   $9,264
900
400
$10,564
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL
INSURANCE—Continued
Vote 168.
Mental Health Services
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Director of Mental Health Services  	
Deputy Director of Mental Health Services 	
Business Manager 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2 	
Supervisor of Psychiatric Social Workers 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1  (Personnel)
Chief Clerk	
Director of Nursing Service 	
Principal Clerk	
Senior Clerk 	
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2 	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Eight Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk 	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$12,000
8,100
6,900
6,900
6,000
5,520
6,600
4,800
4,320
10,800
12,360
8,700
19,740
4,380
1,140
(29) $118,260
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense     5,200
202    Travelling expense    2,200
004    Office furniture and equipment  600
030 Incidentals and contingencies   1,500
031 Subscription, Social Service Index  1,000
032 American Psychiatric Association—survey (por
tion, 1959/60)     20,000
Total of Vote 168        $148,760
Vote 169.
Collections Office
Salaries:
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
$4,320
3,300
2,580
200
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
Total of Vote 169	
(3)  $10,400
900
400
300
2,000
14,000 P  100
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$6,300
2,658
2,748
142,116
(52)    $153,822
800
750
200
8,500
4,300
1,450
3,000
700
3,500
20,000
112,000
9,000
60,000
3,000
$381,022
$481,012
100,000
$381,012
$10
$3,636
24,316
(8)      $27,952
150
150
3,000
700
Vote 170.
Mental Health Services—Continued
Farms
(a)  Colony Farm (Code 17001)
Salaries:
Farm Superintendent	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Other farm employees (including casual
and seasonal) 	
$6,900
3,000
3,120
150,050
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202
004
006
016
020
021
024
028
030
031
032
033
034
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water _.
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and
grounds 	
Repairs to farm implements
Blacksmith supplies	
Clearing new land	
Incidentals and contingencies ..
Feed for stock	
Fertilizer and seed 	
Cannery supplies	
Farm drainage 	
(52)  $163,070
800
750
200
8,500
10,750
1,450
3,000
500
2,000
20,000
105,000
9,000
55,000
3,000
$383,020
Less estimated receipts $483,010
Less  transferred   to
Provincial Mental
Hospitals      100,000
383,010
Total, Colony Farm	
(b)  Colquitz Farm (Code 17002)
Salaries:
Farm Foreman   $3,960
Other farm employees (including casual
and seasonal)   24,900
(8)  $28,860
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
006
016
020
1,000
Heat, light, power, and water .
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and
grounds 	
150
125
3,000
1,200
750
$10 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P  101
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote  170.
tued
Farms—Contii
(b)  Colquitz Farm—
Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No
$600
021
Repairs to farm equipment
$600
5,500
030
Incidentals and contingencies 	
5,000
18,500
031
Feed for stock	
18,500
1,500
032
Fertilizer and seed   ..
1,750
3,500
033
Feeder stock          .. ...
3,500
$62,552
$63,435
Less—
700
Deductions for rent.      $830
61,842
Estimated receipts          62,595
63,425
$10
Total. Colauitz Farm          _
$10
(c)  TranquilleFarm (Code 17003)
Salaries
$3,996
Farm Foreman   .   .             ..
$4,260
2,940
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Other farm employees (including casual
3,420
86,165
an
d seasonal)   	
97,004
(29)      $93,101
(29)
$104,684
Expenses:
Code Nc
.
200
001
Office expense 	
200
350
202
Travelling expense 	
350
100
004
Office furniture and equipment	
100
600
006
Heat, light, power, and water	
600
2,000
016
Equipment and machinery 	
2,850
020
Maintenance  of buildings  and
500
grounds   _ 	
500
021
Maintenance and operation of
6,000
equipment  ... 	
6,000
10,000
030
Incidentals and contingencies 	
10,000
36,000
031
Feed for stock 	
36,000
3,000
032
Fertilizer and seed
3,000
10,000
033
Cannery supplies and hourly labour
10,000
1,500
034
Drugs and veterinary	
1,500
$163,351
$175,784
Less—
2,952
Deductions for rent...    $3,300
160,389
Estimated receipts ....  172,474
175,774
$10
$30
Total, Tranquille Farm
Total of Vote 170	
10
$30
224206 P  102
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$3,924
11,484
(3) 9,756
10,512
(1)
2,616
1,848
448,875
(12)    $489,015
7,000
$482,015
4,000
1,000
200
1,000
,215
3,780
$484,435
$9,300
8,700
5,040
5,040
4,140
16,920
34,254
3,924
6,372
7,416
3,708
3,090
3,060
2,520
2,700
Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote 171.
School of Psychiatric Nursing
Salaries:
Instructor of Nursing—Grade 3   $4,620
Three Instructors of Nursing—Grade 2   12,840
Eight Instructors of Nursing—Grade 1   27,840
Three Instructors of Nursing (Male)   11,340
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 1  5,640
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2  2,400
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 1   5,640
Junior Clerk       	
Waitress   1,980
Student Psychiatric Nurses (325)   502,126
Registered Nurses (Students)—affiliate training  18,000
Registered Nurses—postgraduate training   14,160
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
030    Incidentals and contingencies _.
Less Federal health grant—salaries _
Total of Vote 171	
(22)  $606,586
$606,586
6,000
1,500
200
2,000
$616,286
4,500
Vote 172.
Preventive Services (Including Child
Guidance Clinics)
(a)  Vancouver Clinic (Code 17201)
Salaries:
Director of Clinic	
Two Specialists in Psychiatry 	
Psychologist—Grade 5 	
Supervisor of Welfare—Grade 1
Psychologist—Grade 4 	
Four Social Workers—Grade 4 _.
Nine Social Workers—Grade 3 _.
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2 ....
Two Psychologists—Grade 3 —
Two Social Workers—Grade 2 —
Speech Therapist—Grade 1 	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1 _.
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3  	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2
$19,200
5,760
5,520
4,710
20,280
40,590
4,500
7,920
7,860
3,780
3,660
3,300
3,000
2,880
$611,786 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P  103
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(46)
{11,814
10,524
2,298
3,792
2,208
$146,820
8,700
3,924
3,708
3,156
2,256
1,938
$170,502
6,000
$164,502
6,500
11,200
2,840
6,000
1,200
1,900
2,544
$196,686
8,700
$187,986
$8,700
4,572
4,644
7,632
3,312
Vote 172.
Mental Health Services—Continued
Preventive Services (Including Child Guidance
Clinics ) —Continued
(a)  Vancouver Clinic-—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Five Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Four Building Service Workers—Grade 1
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 	
Two Psychologists—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2   (Casual)
$13,440
11,340
2,640
8,160
2,460
$171,000
Travelling Clinic:
Specialist in Psychiatry   9,600
Psychologist—Grade 3    3,960
Psychologist—Grade 2   3,660
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1   3,780
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2    2,400
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade   1    2,340
(46) $196,740
Less recruitment saving   6,000
$190,740
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  5,200
202    Travelling expense   11,200
004    Office furniture and equipment  900
006    Heat, light, power, and water   8,000
010   Dietary    1,000
020   Janitors' supplies   1,000
025    Occupational therapy  500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   2,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies   2,500
$223,040
Less Federal health grant—salaries   9,600
Total, Vancouver and Travelling Clinic	
(_>)  Vancouver Island Clinic
(Code 17202)
Salaries:
Specialist in Psychiatry   $9,600
Psychologist—Grade 4   5,280
Social Worker—Grade 4   5,280
Two Social Workers—Grade 3   8,460
Psychologist—Grade 3   3,960
$213,440 P  104
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$3,060
4,872
(9)      $36,792
1,000
3,500
200
400
$41,892
$229,878
(1)
$9,300
9,300
(2)
18,000
9,000
9,000
9,000
(ID
93,900
(2)
17,400
(25)
193,410
22,110
6,404,937
(2,099)$6,795,357
425,000
$6,370,357
66,000
13,400
10,670
447,500
Vote 172.
Mental Health Services—Continued
Preventive Services (Including Child Guidance
Clinics—Continued
(b)  Vancouver Island Clinic—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1  $3,480
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 — 5,400
(9)  $41,460
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  900
202    Travelling expense   2,800
004    Office furniture and equipment  200
030    Incidentals and contingencies   600
Total, Vancouver Island Clinic  $45,960
Total of Vote 172        $259,400
Vote 173.
Provincial Mental Hospitals
Crease Clinic (Code 17301)
Essondale (Code 17302)
The Woodlands School (Code 17303)
Colquitz (Code 17304)
Tranquille (Code 17305)
Salaries:
Two Medical Superintendents—Grade 3  $21,000
Specialist (Clinical Director)   10,500
Three Medical Superintendents—Grade 2  29,700
Specialist (Director of Radiology)  10,200
Specialist (Director of Neurology)  10,200
Specialist (Director of Pathology)  10,200
Twelve Specialists in Psychiatry  118,500
Medical Superintendent—Grade 1   9,600
Twenty-four Physicians—Grade 2   201,450
Three Dental Officers—Grade 2  24,300
Other hospital employees (including Psychologists,
Pharmacists, Bacteriologists, Therapists, Teachers,
Dieticians, Technicians, Clerks, Nurses, Tradesmen,
etc.)          7,478,750
(2,367) $7,924,400
Less recruitment saving   425,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
006    Heat, light, power, and water
$7,499,400
66,625
14,670
10,130
515,000 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P  105
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote
173.
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code Nc
,
$547,600
008
Medical care         _ 	
$569,350
1,805,900
010
Dietary        .    	
1,858,550
64,600
Oil
Laundry 	
66,650
5,000
012
Grants to trustees of Patients' Comfort Fund .	
5,000
019
Grant to Department of Neurological Research,
7,500
University of British Columbia....    ....    	
7,500
Council of Psychiatric Nurses for Bursary Trust
1,200
Fund                    „
1,200
48,650
021
Cars and trucking                      ...    ..
49,900
622,100
024
Nursing and ward supplies      ......
642,600
61,200
025
Occupational and recreational therapy	
63,150
93,400
030
Incidentals and contingencies             . .
107,300
1,000
031
Administration of " Psychiatric Nurses Act"
$
1,000
$10,166,077
11,478,025
Less—
397,224
Federal health grant—salaries       $394,860
69,000
38,400
Deductions for board                     65,000
Deductions for rent           30,500
Donations, proceeds from sale
5,000
of patients' work, etc.._                 5,000
Transfer    of    Colony    Farm
excess of receipts over dis
100,000
bursements           100,000
Laundry service to other Gov
12,300
ernment institutions             17,000
Licence fees received under the
2,200
" Psychiatric Nurses Act" _.              2,200
1,120,000
Maintenance receipts         1,275,000
Vote
1,889,560
Total of Vote 173	
$8,421,953
$9,588,465
74.
Mental Health Centre
Salaries
$9,300
Director-Medical Superintendent—Grade 3 	
$10,500
8,700
Snecialist in Psvchiatrv 	
9,900
15,750
Two
Phvsicians—Grade 2     	
17,250
Other   employees    (including   Psychologists,    Social
Workers, Therapists, Technicians, Nurses, Stenog-
115,512
raj
)hers, etc.)  	
157,140
(44)
(41)    $149,262
$194,790
10,000
Le
w recruitment saving	
10,000
$139,262
$184,790 P  106
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
$5,450
1,500
2,000
9,800
9,725
11,000
1,500
4,200
4,250
3,000
2,400
$194,087
3,300
$190,787
$616,456
3,780
8,700
397,224
$206,752
206,742
$10
$9,000
7,800
9,288
943,768
10,800
(322) $980,656
71,000
Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote 174.
202
004
006
008
010
Oil
021
024
025
030
Mental Health Centre-
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment 	
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical care  	
Dietary  	
Laundry   	
-Continued
Cars and trucking 	
Nursing and ward supplies 	
Occupational and recreational therapy
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Less deductions for board
Total of Vote 174
Vote 175.
Mental Health Care (Federal Programme) _.
Less allocated to—
School of Psychiatric Nursing  (Vote
171)   	
Vancouver Clinic (Vote 172)	
Provincial    Mental    Hospitals    (Vote
173)   	
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)
$4,500
9,600
394,860
Total of Vote 175
Vote 176.
Homes for the Aged
Port Coquitlam (Code 17601)
Vernon (Code 17602)
Terrace (Code 17603)
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 3 	
Three Physicians—Grade 2	
Dental Officer—Grade 2	
Two Supervisors
Other institutional employees (including Pharmacists,
Therapists, Dieticians, Technicians, Clerks, Nurses,
Tradesmen, etc.)  .
Special living allowance	
$4,300
6,500
150
8,000
7,400
7,000
1,500
3,400
2,850
2,000
2,400
$230,290
2,800
657,347
408,960
$248,387
248,377
$10,500
21,900
6,600
10,080
1,681,505
10,800
Less recruitment saving
(552)  $1,741,385
  258,000
$909,656
$1,483,385
$227,490
10 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P  107
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$5,700
1,400
300
95,800
62,500
353,800
16,800
7,000
99,800
2,100
19,400
$1,574,256
125,000
$1,699,256
11,800
8,200
585,000
$1,094,256
$564,000
$11,123,229
Mental Health Services—Continued
Vote 176.
Homes for the Aged—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
202
004
006
008
010
011
021
024
025
030
Office furniture and equipment.
Heat, light, power, and water	
Medical care	
Dietary 	
Laundry 	
Cars and trucking	
Nursing and ward supplies	
Occupational and recreational therapy _
Incidentals and contingencies	
New 316-bed unit (three months' operation)—
salaries and expenses 	
Less—
Deductions for board  $16,150
Deductions for rent  8,000
Maintenance receipts   830,000
Total of Vote 176	
Salary Revision 	
$7,100
1,800
400
113,850
79,000
426,600
21,100
9,800
108,600
4,550
24,900
$2,281,085
$2,281,085
854,150
Sub-total, Mental Health Services .
$1,426,935
$12,276,876  HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P  109
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(2)
(5)
(4)
(8)
(6)
(8)
(2)
(2)
(5)
{12,720
8,700
9,000
6,600
7,500
6,600
7,500
6,900
11,280
10,680
9,000
5,760
5,040
25,044
4,800
3,504
4,356
9,000
19,344
3,252
15,912
29,184
16,830
34,824
3,120
2,748
16,404
18,162
3,786
3,060
6,978
4,320
1,896
8,868
19,000
52,000
(95)    $413,672
10,000
$403,672
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL
INSURANCE—Continued
Vote 177.
Hospital Insurance Services
Hospital Insurance Service
Salaries:
Commissioner
Assistant Commissioner
Medical Consultant	
Supervisor, Hospital Construction	
Supervisor, Hospital Finance Division	
Supervisor, Hospital Consultation and Inspection Division	
Supervising Auditor 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 5 	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 4 .
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 3 .
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 2 .
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2
Chief Clerk	
Five Inspectors  of Hospitals  and  Consultants—Grade 2 	
Supervisor, Research—Grade 1 	
Research Assistant—Grade 1 	
Principal Clerk	
Two  Senior Inspectors,  Hospital Insurance Service 	
Six  Inspectors,  Hospital  Insurance  Service—Grade 2 	
Inspector,  Hospital Insurance Service—
Grade 1 	
Five Senior Clerks 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 3   	
Six Clerks—Grade 2	
Fifteen Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Seven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 ..
Seven Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 __
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 3 _
Three   Office   Equipment   Operators-
Grade 2	
Three Senior Coders	
Coder 	
Five Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance 	
Salary revision, including Provincial Infirmary 	
{13,320
9,600
9,900
7,200
8,100
7,800
8,100
7,500
12,180
11,880
9,840
6,900
5,040
28,350
5,760
4,140
4,800
9,600
23,580
21,300
25,944
18,780
37,680
3,720
3,240
20,580
17,640
2,160
3,300
7,800
7,740
2,160
10,200
20,938
Less salary recruitment saving
(95)  $396,772
10,000
$386,772 P  110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1960
$17,100
27,900
2,160
15,300
3,100
5,000
2,250
5,000
15,000
$496,482
$34,000,000
7,000,000
$41,000,000
$41,496,482
$12,000
12,500,000
$12,512,000
$28,984,482
(104)
$4,356
4,068
3,780
4,068
6,624
3,120
3,300
6,000
2,868
2,580
2,256
2,000
262,344
52,250
Hospital Insurance Services—Continued
Vote 177.
Hospital Insurance Service—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  $17,100
202    Travelling expense   27,900
004    Office furniture and equipment  2,000
013    Printing and publications   15,900
016    Tabulating and rentals   3,175
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  2,500
030 Incidentals and contingencies   2,000
031 Construction and consultation fees 4,500
032 Technical surveys  15,000
Total administration expenses        $476,847
033 Payments to hospitals   $42,000,000
019    Grants in aid of construction and
equipment of hospitals       7,000,000
49,000,000
$49,476,847
Less—
Registration fees, armed forces       	
Federal  share  of hospital   insurance programme      19,722,500
Amount transferred from Consolidated Revenue Fund
pursuant to " Hospital Insurance Act" (social services tax) 	
Vote 178.
Provincial Infirmaries
$29,754,347
Marpole Infirmary (Code 17801)
Allco Infirmary (Code 17802)
Mount St. Mary (Code 17803)
Salaries:
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 3 (Superintendent)
Principal Clerk (Business Manager) 	
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 1 (Head Nurse) ..._
Supervisor (Allco Infirmary) 	
Two Cooks—Grade 3	
Charge Orderly 	
Barber 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Stockman—Grade 3 	
Occupational Therapist (Industrial) 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Physiotherapist (part time) 	
Sundry employees  (103)
Temporary assistance 	
$359,614
Carried forward
$5,040
4,620
4,320
4,320
6,960
3,420
3,300
6,600
3,240
3,000
2,400
2,100
283,950
56,000
$389,270 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
P 111
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$359,614
2,500
(118)    $357,114
2,880
585
21,500
23,000
4,250
61,500
32,250
6,700
6,900
13,500
3,500
1,900
4,500
600
1,100
3,500
2,000
150,000
$697,279
$7,700
1,400
105,600
$114,700
$582,579
$127,000
29,694,061
$45,985,936
Vote 178.
Hospital Insurance Services—Continued
Provincial Infirmaries—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Brought forward -       $389,270
Less recruitment saving  2,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
004
006
008
009
010
011
012
016
017
020
021
022
025
030
031
032
033
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water _..
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Patients' comfort allowance	
Equipment and machinery 	
Medical supplies
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation 	
Occupational therapy	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Burials 	
Tobacco (free issue) 	
In-patient care	
(118)  $386,770
2,730
585
200
22,000
18,000
4,000
61,500
32,250
6,700
5,500
13,500
3,500
1,900
4,050
500
970
3,500
2,000
150,000
$720,155
Less—
Board
Rent __
Estimated receipts
$6,000
1,200
84,950
92,150
Total of Vote 178        $628,005
Vote 179.
Code No.
019    Long-term Psediatric Care   152,000
Sub-total, Hospital Insurance Services __.. $30,534,352
Total,  Department  of  Health  Services  and  Hospital
Insurance   $47,529,966  HIGHWAYS
P  113
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
.12,500
5,520
4,068
500
(3)  $22,588
1,800
6,000
$30,388
$11,400
900
9,300
10,800
1,500
9,300
1,200
8,400
6,504
5,652
6,600
2,748
5,040
(3)
13,500
(5)
19,620
(3)
10,824
(5)
14,136
(5)
10,992
11,412
(1)
2,520
2,340
3,564
6,000
3,852
2,796
(2)
4,416
2,298
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Vote 180.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Highways 	
Administrative Assistant
Secretary 	
Temporary assistance _...
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
$12,500
6,000
4,800
500
(3)  $23,800
1,800
6,000
Total of Vote 180 .
Vote 181.
General Administration
Salaries:
Headquarters
Executive:
(Deputy Minister of Highways 	
j Chairman of the Highway Board
Assistant Deputy Minister of Highways
(Chief Engineer 	
[Member of the Highway Board
(Assistant Chief Engineer 	
[Member of the Highway Board
Special Projects Engineer 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 5
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Departmental Comptroller's Branch:
Departmental Comptroller 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Chief Clerk 	
Four Principal Clerks ~
Six Senior Clerks 	
Five Clerks—Grade 3 _
Ten Clerks—Grade 2 _
Seven Clerks—Grade 1
Four Bookkeeping-machine Operators
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 __
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Junior Clerks 	
Personnel Branch:
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 	
Personnel Assistant 	
Principal Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 _
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
$12,000
10,200
12,300
10,500
9,000
7,440
6,240
6,900
3,120
5,520
19,200
25,560
18,180
31,020
16,980
5,880
3,780
6,600
4,350
3,300
2,880
2,280
2,460
$31,600 P 114
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(5)
(1)
(1)
$5,040
3,708
2,118
4,500
3,780
3,060
2,520
4,416
8,400
7,500
6,600
32,400
11,520
22,068
8,712
2,520
2,616
7,200
5,520
4,500
3,780
3,060
2,580
2,616
8,400
7,500
7,200
4,824
8,400
6,900
6,600
6,000
5,520
3,060
2,658
3,780
4,356
2,796
4,500
6,912
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Insurance and Safety Office:
Insurance and Safety Officer 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
General Office:
Principal Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Bridge Engineering Branch:
Senior Bridge Engineer 	
Assistant Bridge Engineer	
Bridge Construction Engineer 	
Five Designing and Structural Engineers—Grade 3
Two Designing and Structural Engineers—Grade 2
Four Design Draughtsmen	
Technical Draughtsman	
Two Senior Draughtsmen	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Equipment Branch:
Equipment Engineer	
Mechanical Superintendent-
Principal Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
-Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Construction Branch:
Director of Construction 	
Highway Construction Engineer	
Highway Paving Engineer 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Location Branch:
Senior Location Engineer	
Assistant Location Engineer 	
Highway Designer
Designing and Structural Engineer—Grade 2
Engineering Assistant—Grade 3 	
Blue-printer's Assistant—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Headquarters Engineering:
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Senior Draughtsman	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Headquarters Regional Office:
Principal Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
$5,760
4,050
2,400
4,800
3,900
3,300
2,820
5,160
9,000
7,800
7,200
35,700
13,050
20,160
4,440
9,360
3,780
2,700
5,640
7,800
6,300
4,800
6,180
2,820
9,000
8,100
8,100
5,640
9,000
7,800
6,900
6,600
5,760
3,300
3,120
3,900
4,680
3,120 HIGHWAYS
P 115
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(1)
$5,676
4,152
6,900
5,280
4,068
3,660
2,436
8,400
6,600
3,780
4,068
2,568
2,160
8,400
8,400
6,600
5,520
5,760
4,722
3,060
2,436
2,340
6,000
7,800
7,200
6,900
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,284
3,060
2,748
(2)
6,600
5,520
3,924
7,218
3,780
5,316
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Headquarters Regional Office—Continued
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1   	
Right-of-way Branch:
Chief Right-of-way Agent 	
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 3	
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 1	
Two Right-of-way Agents—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 ....
Records and Estimates Branch:
Records and Estimates Engineer
Statistics Engineer 	
Draughtsman—Grade  2  	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade  1  	
Research and Development Branch:
Research and Development Engineer
Senior Traffic Engineer 	
Materials Engineer	
Assistant Materials Engineer	
Engineer Assistant—Grade 3 	
Engineering Assistant—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2 	
Ferries Branch:
Ferry Superintendent	
District Offices
Region No. 1, North Vancouver
Regional Highways Engineer	
Regional Construction Engineer	
Regional Maintenance Engineer	
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 3	
Two Right-of-way Agents—Grade 2	
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 1 	
Principal Clerk	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
New Westminster:
District Engineer—Grade 2	
District Engineer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
$7,500
5,760
9,330
3,840
2,820
7,800
6,600
4,140
4,320
2,640
9,000
8,400
7,500
5,760
5,760
5,040
3,300
2,880
2,760
6,600
8,400
7,800
7,800
5,280
9,240
4,710
5,520
2,460
7,200
5,760
4,320
7,680
4,140
3,120 P 116
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$2,118
2,436
2,298
1,848
6,000
4,068
2,616
2,256
6,000
4,068
2,796
2,340
6,600
3,852
5,676
2,160
6,000
3,636
3,060
2,478
5,280
3,438
2,568
1,938
7,800
7,200
6,600
5,760
3,924
4,500
4,914
6,600
3,924
2,616
4,506
1,800
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Region No. 1, North Vancouver—Continued
New Westminster—Continued
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Esquimalt (Burnside):
District Engineer—Grade 1 ...
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Comox (Courtenay):
District Engineer—Grade 1 ...
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Clerk—Grade 1 	
NanaimoTslands (Nanaimo):
District Engineer—Grade 2 .
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
North Vancouver (Vancouver):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert):
District Superintendent—Grade 2 .
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1
Region No. 2, Kamloops
Regional Highway Engineer	
Regional Construction Engineer	
Regional Maintenance Engineer	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 3
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 2 	
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 1 	
Principal Clerk 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Kamloops:
District Engineer—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
$2,340
3,120
2,520
2,160
6,600
4,320
2,940
2,340
6,600
4,320
3,120
2,700
7,200
4,230
6,240
2,460
6,600
3,960
3,420
2,460
6,600
3,780
2,880
2,280
8,400
7,800
7,500
6,300
4,320
4,800
5,640
7,200
4,320
2,940
5,100
2,160 HIGHWAYS
P 117
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$6,000
4,068
2,700
2,256
6,000
4,068
5,454
6,000
4,068
3,660
2,616
2,256
6,300
4,068
2,748
2,208
6,600
4,068
2,298
2,076
5,520
4,068
2,658
2,616
1,800
5,520
3,924
2,748
2,388
5,400
4,068
2,160
1,848
7,500
7,200
6,900
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Region No. 2, Kamloops—Continued
Lillooet (Lillooet):
District Engineer—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
North Okanagan (Vernon):
District Engineer—Grade 2..
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
South Okanagan (Kelowna):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
South Cariboo (Williams Lake):
District Engineer, Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1
Salmon Arm (Salmon Arm):
District Engineer—Grade 2 __
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1
Similkameen (Penticton):
District Engineer—Grade 2 ____
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1  	
Yale (Merritt):
District Engineer—Grade 2 _„.
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1  	
Revelstoke (Revelstoke):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1
Region No. 3, Nelson
Regional Highway Engineer	
Regional Construction Engineer
Regional Maintenance Engineer
$6,600
4,320
3,060
2,580
6,600
4,320
6,180
6,600
4,320
2,820
2,460
7,200
4,320
3,120
2,520
7,200
4,050
2,640
2,160
6,600
4,320
3,000
2,820
1,920
6,600
4,320
3,120
2,280
6,150
4,320
2,460
2,220
8,400
7,500
7,800 P  118
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$5,760
4,356
4,500
2,796
2,616
5,520
3,636
2,748
6,036
5,280
3,570
2,208
2,520
5,520
4,068
2,616
2,208
5,280
3,372
1,764
2,256
6,600
4,068
2,568
2,298
5,520
3,438
2,616
1,800
6,000
3,438
2,208
2,208
7,800
7,200
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Region No. 3, Nelson—Continued
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 3
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 2 	
Principal Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2 	
Nelson-Creston (Nelson):
District Engineer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 1
Columbia (Golden):
District Superintendent—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Cranbrook (Cranbrook):
District Engineer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Kaslo-Slocan (New Denver):
District Engineer—Grade 1
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1  	
Clerk—Grade  1  	
Rossland-Trail (Rossland):
District Engineer—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Grand Forks-Greenwood (Grand Forks):
District Engineer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Fernie (Fernie):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer-
Clerk—Grade 2 __-
-Grade 2
Region No. 4, Prince George
Regional Highway Engineer 	
Regional Construction Engineer
$6,300
4,800
4,800
3,120
2,820
6,600
3,960
3,120
7,200
5,760
3,900
2,400
2,820
5,760
4,320
3,120
2,340
5,760
3,660
2,760
2,100
7,200
4,320
2,820
2,640
6,300
3,780
2,940
1,980
6,600
3,780
2,340
2,820
8,400
7,800 HIGHWAYS
P  119
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$6,300
5,760
4,800
4,356
2,388
2,208
5,280
3,504
4,512
2,298
6,600
4,068
2,616
1,764
6,000
4,068
2,298
5,640
3,372
2,568
6,000
4,068
2,208
6,000
3,372
2,700
6,000
3,570
2,700
1,938
89,750
5,880
(286) $1,270,352
20,000
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
$1,250,352
District Offices—Continued
Region No. 4, Prince George—Continued
Regional Maintenance Engineer 	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 3
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 3 	
Principal Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Fort George (Prince George):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2  	
North Cariboo (Quesnel):
District Engineer—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Omineca East (Vanderhoof):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  2  	
Omineca West (Burns Lake):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2
Peace River South (Pouce Coupe) :
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2  _
Peace River North (Fort St. John):
District Engineer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Skeena East (Smithers):
District Superintendent—Grade 2
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade   1
Temporary assistance 	
Special living allowance
Less recruitment saving
$6,900
6,300
5,520
4,800
2,700
2,340
6,300
3,840
4,680
2,640
7,200
4,320
2,880
2,280
6,600
4,320
2,640
6,450
3,780
2,880
6,600
4,320
2,460
6,600
3,720
3,060
6,600
3,900
2,700
2,040
89,750
5,880
(286) $1,381,520
     20,000
$1,361,520
# P 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
CEBwrc                                        Fiscal Year Ending
SLKVICH                                           March 31| 1960
$135,000
135,000
40,982
5,000
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continued
Expenses:
District Offices—Continued
Code No.
001    Office expense         $190,000
202    Travelling expense           160,000
004    Office furniture and equipment            25,000
007    Advertising and publicity      —.                         5,000
3,000
013    Printing and publications     _       —.                                   3,000
100,000
016    Equipment and machinery  .... .            70,755
5,000
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment       „               5,000
12,500
2,500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories             12,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies               2,500
$1,689,334
Total of Vote 181—.         ....         —    	
$1,834,775
Vote 182.
(215)      809,203
12,848,429
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.
Maintenance, Repairs, and Snow-removal:
Salaries                              ....        _(203)  $861,125
Code No.
\ 031    Expenses, including seasonal, steady daily-rate,]
-{                 and casual employees J- 12,850,000
1  032   Snow-removal          —.        J
$13,711,125
Less estimated revenue           400,000
$13,657,632
657,632
$13,000,000
Total of Vote 182 ___                  	
13,311,125
Vote 183.
$408,630
Toll-bridge Maintenance                	
542,025
Vote 184.
$150,000
Code No.
019    Local Highways within Municipal Limits      —. _
150,000
Vote 185.
Code No.
030   Vehicle Damage Claims                    ~
$20,000
20,000
Vote 186.
$40,411
234,300
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic-control, etc.
Code No.
887    Salaries and wages                      $44,250
030   Expenses          230,910
$274,711
Total of Vote 186                    ...          	
275,160
Vote 187.
$119,204
69,980
Weigh-scale Operation
Code No.
887    Salaries and wages        —.              $168,300
030    Expenses                                      68,680
$189,184
Total of Vote 187                     	
236,980 HIGHWAYS
P 121
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 188.
$1,000
40,000
2,500
Code No.
019                                    Grants and Subsidies
Grants to engineering associations 	
Grants to cities with population in excess of 15,000	
Grants toward pumping charges, Dewdney Dyking Com-
$43,500
Total of Vote 188
Vote 189.
$1,000,000
Purchase of New Equipment
Code No.
016    Equipment and machinery 	
$164,000
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories
888    Salary Revision 	
$16,969,747
Total, Department of Highways.
$1,000
42,600
2,500
$46,100
900,000
$17,347,765  INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, TRADE, AND COMMERCE
P  123
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$315
3,150
180
$3,645
$9,600
5,040
3,780
2,934
7,032
2,298
(7)  $30,684
1,700
4,200
225
1,000
1,000
$38,809
$10,000
7,200
5,760
4,068
3,660
5,808
4,638
2,160
500
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, TRADE,
AND COMMERCE
Vote 190.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Attorney-General)       	
Secretary (paid by Attorney-General's Office) 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1        	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 190 	
$315
3,150
180
$3,645
(10)      $43,794
Vote 191.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Field Representative 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5	
Two Clerks—Grade 3	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications
Mapping, draughting, and contingencies .
$10,500
6,000
3,960
3,540
7,560
2,640
(7)  $34,200
1,500
4,200
225
1,000
500
Total of Vote 191
41,625
Vote  192.
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House,
London, England
(a) Agent-General's Office (Code 19201)
Salaries:
Agent-General 	
Deputy Agent-General	
Industrial and Trade Representative
Senior Clerk  .	
Clerk—Grade 3	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers-
Clerk—Grade 1 	
-Grade 2
Temporary assistance
$10,500
7,200
6,900
4,320
3,840
6,420
5,280
2,280
500
(10)  $47,240 P  124
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(4)
$3,650
9,000
2,500
4,000
$62,944
$2,040
5,400
1,800
400
(5)        $9,640
4,000
6,000
2,700
4,000
7,500
1,032
1,350
$36,222
$99,166
61,290
$37,876
$7,800
6,600
12,000
14,448
15,840
3,438
10,080
Vote 192.
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House—Continued
(a) Agent-General's Office—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   $3,650
202 Representation     allowances     and
other expenses   14,100
203 Travelling — industrial   and   trade
promotion   4,900
007    Advertising, subscriptions to publications, etc.   4,000
029    Automobiles and accessories  3,400
$77,290
(b)  British Columbia House, London,
England (Code 19202)
Salaries:
Engineer and Chief Janitor  $2,160
Three Engineers  5,760
Night-watchman   1,920
Temporary assistance  400
Expenses:
Code No
006
020
030
031
032
033
034
Heat, light, power, and water ___
Cleaning and janitors' supplies
Incidentals and contingencies __.
Maintenance 	
Ground-rent 	
Rates and taxes	
Insurance 	
(5)  $10,240
4,000
7,500
2,565
3,500
7,500
1,032
1,600
37,937
Less rents from British Columbia House
Total of Vote 192 	
$115,227
61,290
$53,937
Vote 193.
Bureau of Economics and Statistics
Salaries:
Director
Assistant Director 	
Two Research Supervisors—Grade 2
Research Supervisor—Grade 1 	
Two Research Assistants—Grade 3 __
Five Research Assistants—Grade 2 __.
Research Assistant—Grade 1 	
Two Chief Clerks	
$8,700
7,500
13,800
6,150
10,560
22,290
11,040 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, TRADE, AND COMMERCE
P  125
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(27)
(3)
(21)
$7,320
10,908
2,796
2,208
1,980
2,340
1,938
1,764
1,692
$103,152
2,000
(27) $101,152
2,250
3,000
1,600
7,000
700
$115,702
$6,300
4,800
16,488
3,438
9,180
5,676
15,582
3,060
1,938
$66,462
2,000
(23)      $64,462
1,350
700
1,300
200
80,600
Vote 193.
Bureau of Economics and Statistics—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 2
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 1
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
$7,680
12,360
3,120
2,580
2,160
2,700
4,200
1,920
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(27)  $116,760
2,000
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
013 Printing and publications	
030 Incidentals and contingencies .__
(27)  $114,760
2,250
3,000
300
8,000
700
Total of Vote 193
Vote 194.
Mechanical Tabulation Division
Salaries:
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 2   $6,900
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 1   5,280
Four Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2 18,660
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1   3,900
Four Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2   13,020
Two Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1   5,400
Two Office Equipment Operators—Grade 3   5,700
Seven Office Equipment Operators—Grade 2   17,640
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4  3,420
Coder        	
Less recruitment saving
(23)  $79,920
2,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
013 Printing and publications 	
015 Rental of tabulating-machines
(23)  $77,920
1,350
500
1,950
100
86,600
$129,010 P  126
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
smj^fp                                        Fiscal Year Ending
SERVICE                                            March 31, 1960
Vote 194.
$163,720
20,020
4,000
50,000
8,000
225,000
$10,250
250
Mechanical Tabulation Division—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
024    Mechanical equipment supplies           $16,400
030    Incidentals and contingencies                  100
$159,112
21,200
$184,920
Less recoverable from Liquor Control Board           21,200
$137,912
Total of Vote 194 	
Vote 195.
$6,300
Industrial and Trade Office
Salaries:
Industrial Commissioner          __ „_ . _            $6,900
2,208
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2                              2,520
(2)        $8,508
425
2,250
150
(2) $9,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense                400
202    Travelling expense               2,250
004    Office furniture and equipment      .                                       150
8,250
019    Grants and contingencies .   ... ...      ..   .. .             7,800
$19,583
Total of Vote 195 	
Vote 196.
$9,000
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance     ._ _ ..       . .   _.	
Vote 197.
$80,000
Code No.
007    Advertising and Publicity    .   .          __ _ .       _.
Vote 198.
$15,000
Code No.
007    Provincial Exhibits, British Columbia Building    ._   .   ....
Vote 199.
$225,000
Code No.
019    Grant to British Columbia Research Council  	
888    Salary Revision         . .   ....
$27,000
Total, Department of Industrial Development, Trade,
and Commerce   ..       ..  .....   ...	
$709,527
$698,957 LABOUR
P 127
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
$12,500
3,780
2,298
(3)  $18,578
2,000
4,000
1,090
$25,668
$9,600
6,600
6,300
5,520
5,500
5,520
29,526
39,276
36,612
7,560
3,492
6,000
5,682
33,540
4,458
1,938
2,028
1,764
1,080
(58)    $211,996
12,150
28,000
1,290
6,000
1,800
$261,236
27,324
$233,912
Vote 200.
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Labour
Secretary
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
$12,500
4,440
2,640
(3)  $19,580
2,000
4,300
1,060
Total of Vote 200
Vote 201.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour	
Chief Administrative Officer	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1
Compensation Counsellor 	
Supervisor—Grade 1 	
Six Industrial Relations Officers—Grade 3 	
Nine Industrial Relations Officers—Grade 2	
Eleven Industrial Relations Officers—Grade 1
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3	
Fourteen Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1	
Junior Clerk 	
{11,100
7,200
6,900
6,000
5,500
5,760
30,840
40,770
38,100
7,800
3,960
6,060
6,240
37,380
4,920
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1
Special living allowance	
1,860
4,080
840
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202
004
013
030
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications 	
Incidentals and contingencies _
(58)  $225,310
$12,000
28,000
1,427
4,000
1,000
Less chargeable to Apprenticeship Branch, etc.
Total of Vote 201 	
$271,737
32,630
$26,940
239,107 P 128
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(4)
$7,500
1,440
3,200
4,000
180
$16,320
$6,300
19,284
3,444
(6)      $29,028
1,800
4,400
170
$35,398
$6,300
4,800
17,424
4,824
1,800
(9)      $35,148
5,000
13,300
500
248,500
441,000
$743,448
369,224
$374,224
Vote 202.
Board of Industrial Relations
Salaries:
Research Officer and Secretary	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
005    Allowances, Board members	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
$8,100
1,200
3,000
2,500
Total of Vote 202
Vote 203.
Factories Inspection
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Factories	
Two Inspectors of Factories-
Three Inspectors of Elevators _
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
$6,600
9,900
14,600
3,444
(7)  $34,544
1,800
4,400
110
Total of Vote 203
Vote 204.
Apprenticeship Branch
Salaries:
Director of Apprenticeship	
Assistant Director of Apprenticeship ..
Four Apprenticeship Counsellors 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1	
$5,640
5,160
17,730
5,340
1,980
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
005 Allowances, Provincial Apprenticeship Commit
tee 	
031 Apprentice-training 	
032 Pre-apprenticeship training 	
(9) $35,850
4,500
11,000
555
1,250
306,600
335,000
Less refund from Federal Government..
$694,755
346,490
Total of Vote 204
$14,800
40,854
348,265 LABOUR
P  129
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$2,856
75
200
500
$3,631
(2)
(1)
(2)
$6,300
5,520
6,300
21,840
14,322
4,500
2,274
9,282
2,118
3,696
1,848
(20)      $78,000
6,500
12,000
815
8,800
20,000
$126,115
$4,140
1,896
$6,036
500
2,500
1,000
$10,036
Vote 205.
Trades-schools Branch
Salaries:
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
005    Allowances, members
$3,120
75
200
500
Total of Vote 205
Vote 206.
Labour Relations Branch
Salaries:
Chief Executive Officer	
Registrar and Secretary 	
Chief Conciliation Officer	
Four Conciliation Officers—Grade 3 	
Three Conciliation Officers—Grade 2 	
Principal Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1	
$6,900
5,160
6,600
23,040
15,720
4,080
3,120
10,260
2,400
2,220
4,080
(20)  $83,580
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  5,000
202    Travelling expense   11,000
004 Office furniture and equipment       	
005 Allowances, Board members   8,800
033    Boards of Conciliation  20,000
Total of Vote 206
Vote 207.
" Indian Advisory Act '
Salaries:
Director, " Indian Advisory Act "	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
$4,530
2,280
(2) $6,810
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
030    Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 207 	
500
2,500
400
$3,895
128,380
10,210 P  130
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$5,700
Vote 208.
Code No.
029    Motor-vehicles and Accessories   .. ..     ..
$4,200
Vote 209.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance  .     _ ._ _	
$2,250
2,000
888    Salary Revision         	
$29,000
Total, Department of Labour	
$862,254
        $818,651 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  131
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
(2)
(3)
(3)
$12,500
4,212
(2)      $16,712
750
3,600
800
$21,862
$11,400
8,100
6,600
4,920
4,068
6,912
2,748
16,662
3,252
2,658
5,544
4,781
(19)      $77,645
5,333
2,443
6,142
2,100
1,300
$94,963
$5,520
4,800
11,508
11,100
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 210.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Lands and Forests
Secretary 	
$12,500
4,800
(2)  $17,300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   950
202    Travelling expense   3,300
004    Office furniture and equipment       	
Total of Vote 210 	
Lands Service
Vote 211.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Lands	
Assistant Deputy Minister of Lands	
Assistant to the Deputy Minister of Lands	
Director of Conservation	
Personnel Officer—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5	
CI erk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Temporary assistance	
$12,000
9,300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
013    Printing and publications	
030    Incidentals and contingencies ..
5,640
4,320
7,440
3,120
17,160
3,720
3,420
2,760
2,500
(17)  $71,380
5,500
2,000
3,500
2,300
1,500
Total of Vote 211
Vote 212.
Accounting Division
Salaries:
Departmental Comptroller ..
Accountant, Lands Service
Chief Clerk	
Principal Clerk	
Senior Clerk 	
Four Clerks—Grade 3	
$6,300
4,440
4,320
15,180
$21,550
86,180 P  132
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(4)
(6)
$3,060
2,796
5,184
2,118
1,764
600
(14)  $48,450
2,350
150
$50,950
$7,650
7,200
5,160
5,040
17,640
22,422
16,056
5,220
6,534
5,544
11,334
2,160
1,752
7,739
(33) $121,451
5,000
1,453
1,391
1,700
4,500
250
$135,745
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 212.
Accounting Division—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2  $3,300
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   3,120
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2  2,820
Clerk—Grade 1   2,520
Junior Clerk  2,040
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1   1,980
Temporary assistance  600
(13)  $46,620
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment _
Total of Vote 212 	
$2,500
200
100
Vote 213.
Lands Branch
Salaries:
Superintendent of Lands	
Assistant Superintendent of Lands _
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1
Chief Clerk	
Three Principal Clerks	
Seven Senior Clerks	
Five Clerks—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Five Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2 	
Junior Clerk	
Temporary assistance 	
$8,250
7,800
5,880
5,520
14,400
27,990
17,700
5,520
7,500
5,880
12,660
2,460
1,860
5,850
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
013
033
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity	
Printing and publications 	
Land-sales commissions 	
(33)  $129,270
$6,000
1,500
530
2,830
3,700
250
Total of Vote 213
$49,420
144,080 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  133
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(17)
$6,600
5,760
82,812
2,436
4,776
1,800
9,022
(22) $113,206
4,002
24,300
635
1,275
4,400
$147,818
$9,300
7,800
2,748
1,188
(3)  $21,036
874
1,420
530
$23,860
$50,200
$1,000
$51,200
23,500
$27,700
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 214.
Land Inspection Division
Salaries:
Chief Land Inspector	
Assistant Chief Land Inspector	
Four Land Inspectors—Grade 3	
Thirteen Land Inspectors—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
$7,200
6,600
23,520
69,480
2,880
5,140
1,800
9,000
(22) $125,620
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  4,200
202    Travelling expense   25,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  310
016    Equipment and machinery  1,000
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories    2,400
Total of Vote 214        $159,030
Surveys and Mapping Branch
Vote 215.
Administration
Salaries:
Surveyor-General and Director of Surveys and Mapping   	
Assistant Director of Surveys and Mapping	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Temporary assistance	
$10,200
8,400
3,240
1,188
(3) $23,028
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  900
202    Travelling expense   1,800
004    Office furniture and equipment  80
013    Printing and publications    750
Total of Vote 215 	
Vote 216.
Special Commitments
Code No.
027 B.C.-Yukon Boundary—inspection survey, compilation of field-notes, checking of field-notes
031 Alberta-B.C. Boundary—inspection and maintenance 	
Less reimbursement, Government of Canada
Total of Vote 216 	
$13,200
1,000
$14,200
5,000
26,558
9,200 P  134
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(8)
(4)
(6)
(6)
(8)
$7,200
6,600
48,240
5,040
16,416
8,928
13,500
20,196
4,068
19,992
20,010
3,060
18,072
5,448
2,478
1,728
2,934
2,118
3,456
4,596
(55)    $214,080
3,500
480
280
800
2,000
3,900
36,500
80,000
5,450
17,500
1,000
$365,490
20,000
$345,490
$7,200
6,300
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 217.
Legal Surveys Division
Salaries:
Chief, Legal Surveys Division	
Supervising Surveyor	
Ten Surveyors—Grade 3 	
Chief Clerk	
Three Field Survey Assistants—Grade 4	
Two Technical Draughtsmen 	
Three Supervising Draughtsmen	
Five Senior Draughtsmen	
Supervisor, Blue-print and Photostat 	
Four Field Survey Assistants—Grade 3	
Seven Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Field Survey Assistant—Grade 2 	
Blue-printer's Assistant—Grade 2 	
Five Draughtsmen—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Draughtsmen 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Photostat Operator	
Darkroom Assistant	
Two Blue-printer's Assistants—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
$7,800
7,200
65,520
5,520
13,740
9,600
14,400
22,410
4,320
14,520
25,980
3,000
3,300
13,500
4,380
6,180
2,940
2,040
3,300
2,700
4,620
2,280
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense  	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
007 Advertising and publicity 	
016 Equipment and machinery	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
024 Blue-print and photostat supplies 	
027 Field surveys 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
031 Provision of survey posts	
032 Monument renewals	
(55)  $239,250
3,500
480
725
800
5,000
3,900
35,000
70,000
3,000
16,000
1,000
Less reimbursement, Department of Highways
Total of Vote 217 	
$378,655
30,000
Vote 218.
Geographic Division
Salaries:
Chief, Geographic Division
Geographer 	
$7,800
$348,655 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  135
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(8)
(2)
(2)
(8)
(4)
(4)
$5,760
5,040
5,040
4,428
4,068
40,896
10,446
2,616
3,186
2,478
3,060
2,856
4,464
(25)    $107,838
1,750
900
350
15,600
1,000
750
$128,188
$7,200
6,600
45,540
4,800
4,800
8,280
4,356
3,996
8,352
31,110
13,632
13,242
8,436
4,278
2,478
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 218.
Geographic Division—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Supervisor, Trigonometric Control	
Supervisor, Map Production 	
Supervisor, Map Distribution 	
Chief Draughtsman 	
Assistant Supervisor, Trigonometric Control	
Ten Senior Draughtsmen .	
Three Mathematical Computers—Grade 3
Mathematical Computer, Grade 1 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Temporary assistance 	
$6,
5
5
4
4
44
11
2.
3
2
3
3
9
300
.520
.520
,920
,440
,280
,280
520
,660
,700
,300
,120
,180
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
032 Map printing 	
033 Map purchase 	
034 Map distribution	
(24)  $114,540
$2,000
750
50
15,000
1,200
750
Total of Vote 218
Vote 219.
Topographic Division
Salaries:
Chief, Topographic Division	
Supervising Surveyor 	
Nine Surveyors—Grade 3   	
Pilot—Air Engineer 	
Supervisor, Map Production 	
Chief Draughtsman 	
Mapping Assistant—Grade 6	
Three Field Survey Assistants—Grade 4
Mapping Assistant—Grade 5	
Radio Technician 	
Four Senior Draughtsmen	
Seven Mapping Assistants—Grade 4 	
Five Field Survey Assistants—Grade 3 ..
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Three Field Survey Assistants—Grade 2
Two Field Survey Assistants—Grade 1 ._
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
$7,800
7,200
56,880
6,000
5,520
13,920
4,800
4,440
17,280
29,880
18,240
11,040
8,940
2,100
$134,290
(40) $167,100
(41) $194,040 P  136
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(6)
(5)
(6)
$1,750
626
166
24,000
10,550
1,000
94,000
5,700
1,000
$305,892
$7,200
6,600
5,520
5,760
11,040
4,800
4,800
4,274
9,000
9,000
16,200
23,202
7,212
4,068
8,424
4,212
(3)
16,368
19,926
7,152
2,832
3,060
7,350
3,792
2,076
2,520
2,388
8,958
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 219.
Topographic Division-
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004
015
016
021
024
027
029
031
-Continued
Office furniture and equipment	
Equipment rental	
Equipment and machinery   	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Mapping materials 	
Field operations	
Motor-vehicle and accessories	
Processing laboratory  	
Total of Vote 219
Vote 220.
Air Division
Salaries:
Chief, Air Division	
Assistant Chief, Air Division
Supervisor, Air Operations .
Supervisor, Air Surveys Photographic Laboratory
Two Air Survey Pilots	
Supervisor, Map Production	
Mapping Assistant—Grade 6 	
Two Air Survey Detachment Chiefs	
Two Supervising Draughtsmen 	
Two Mapping Assistants—Grade 5	
Aircraft Mechanic 	
Four Senior Draughtsmen	
Ten Mapping Assistants—Grade 4	
Two Air Survey Technicians	
Supervising Instrument-maker	
Two Instrument-makers	
Photographer 	
Supervisor Assistant, Air Survey Photographic Laboratory 	
Four Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Five Mapping Assistants—Grade 3 	
Two Assistant Photographers	
Two Photographers—Grade 1 	
Air Survey Photographic Technician	
Air Survey Flying Assistant	
Four Mapping Assistants—Grade 2	
Two Mapping Assistants—Grade 1 	
Darkroom Assistant	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Temporary assistance	
$1,750
500
400
12,000
8,250
10,800
1,200
75,000
5,200
1,140
$7,800
7,200
6,000
5,760
11,520
5,520
5,280
9,330
9,600
9,600
4,800
17,910
41,790
8,160
8,640
4,500
14,880
18,180
7,680
3,540
10,680
2,280
2,820
2,820
$310,280
(52)    $207,734
(53)  $226,290 LANDS AND FORESTS
P 137
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
$2,270
810
540
2,835
500
12,100
4,215
25,000
27,000
$283,004
100,000
$183,004
$9,300
7,650
13,800
6,900
5,334
6,900
31,560
6,600
17,640
9,600
4,800
4,500
3,996
20,988
2,478
1,896
5,040
4,140
7,440
3,060
4,416
3,576
2,616
9,510
1,896
Vote 220.
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Air Division—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016    Equipment and machinery	
018    Air Photo Library	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment	
024    Mapping material 	
027    Field operations 	
031    Process laboratory 	
Less reimbursement from Forest Surveys
Total of Vote 220
Vote 221.
Salaries:
Water Rights Branch
Administration
Comptroller of Water Rights 	
Deputy Comptroller of Water Rights
Two Project Engineers 	
Solicitor—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Operations Division
Chief, Operations Division 	
Five District Engineers 	
Senior Hydraulic Engineer 	
Three Assistant District Engineers
Engineering Assistant—Grade 4	
Engineering Assistant—Grade 3  ..
Chief Draughtsman 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 2	
Five Senior Draughtsmen 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Draughtsman—Grade  I  	
Junior Draughtsman 	
Chief Clerk  	
Principal Clerk	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Junior Clerks 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Four Clerk-Stenographers-
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 _...
-Grade 2
$2,570
1,050
550
2,550
500
7,350
4,215
23,340
22,800
$291,215
100,000
.10,200
8,400
15,300
7,500
5,820
7,800
35,250
6,600
18,960
5,520
5,160
5,280
4,800
4,620
22,950
3,120
2,640
5,520
4,530
7,740
3,300
5,040
4,140
3,120
9,680
2,280
$191,215 P  138
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(4)
$7,500
12,150
21,560
5,400
4,356
9,600
13,212
5,040
4,200
(59)    $278,654
$278,654
10,050
28,173
3,544
700
250
3,000
1,800
8,000
2,000
$336,171
$28,500
12,825
49,000
3,000
4,000
$97,325
$97,325
$20,000
$1,500
Vote 221.
Salaries—Continued
Lands Service—Continued
Water Rights Branch—Continued
Hydraulic Investigations Division
Chief, Hydraulic Investigations Division
Two Senior Hydraulic Engineers 	
Five Hydraulic Engineers 	
Meteorologist  	
Assistant Hydraulic Engineer 	
Two Engineering Assistants—Grade 3
Three Technical Draughtsmen 	
Chief Clerk 	
Temporary assistance  	
$8,100
13,950
29,610
6,150
10,560
14,220
5,520
4,200
Less recruitment saving
(59)  $307,580
2,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
014
016
021
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications 	
Rentals   	
Equipment and machinery 	
$305,580
11,500
28,100
2,500
1,300
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
1,900
1,850
2,500
1,300
Total of Vote 221
Vote 222.
Hydraulic Surveys
Code No.
031 Final licence surveys
032 Snow surveys  	
034
035
036
Water-resources surveys
Ground-water surveys —
Dam inspections  —
Less recoverable from U.S. Soil Conservation
Service for snow surveys	
Total of Vote 222 	
$26,200
20,100
32,200
2,500
3,000
$84,000
10,000
Vote 223.
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging
Vote 224.
019    Grant to British Columbia Natural Resources Conference
$356,530
74,000
20,000
1,500 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  139
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
{195,250
95,250
$100,000
$6,600
6,000
3,780
3,060
5,136
3,480
3,624
9,972
3,360
16,020
5,628
5,268
15,084
42,840
26,620
(31)    $156,472
3,200
2,000
500
45,280
2,100
3,200
58,850
7,000
9,600
10,000
$298,202
198,020
92,890
5,000
2,282
$10
$119,000
$2,139,478
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 225.
Fraser River Board         $200,000
Less recoverable from Federal Government   100,000
Total of Vote 225 	
Vote 226.
" University Endowment Lands Administration Act
(R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 351, Sec. 3)
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 	
Project Engineer 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Foreman	
Gardener 	
Utility Man—Grade 3 	
Three Utility Men—Grade 1 	
Truck-driver   	
Five Labourers 	
Fire Chief 	
Assistant Fire Chief ._
Three Captains 	
Ten Firemen 	
Temporary assistance
$7,200
6,600
4,140
3,420
5,400
3,696
3,840
10,512
3,624
16,920
6,072
5,712
16,416
46,110
27,536
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
006
015
016
020
021
029
031
028
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water __
Equipment rental 	
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Superannuation contributions and P.S.M.A.
Planning and Survey 	
(31)  $167,198
3,400
1,500
500
46,400
2,100
1,700
56,500
7,000
4,500
12,600
10,000
$313,398
Less—
Estimated revenue
Recoverable from Department
of Education (Vote 106)	
Recoverable from Department
of Highways 	
Excess of disbursements over
receipts carried to Fund	
Total of Vote 226 	
$207,825
96,000
5,000
4,563
313,388
Salary Revision
Sub-total, Lands Service
$100,000
10
$2,032,498  LANDS AND FORESTS
P  141
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$11,400
18,600
7,200
6,000
4,212
2,796
3,252
(3)
8,388
2,160
16,800
7,800
14,100
(2)
12,450
6,900
(1)
6,600
29,760
21,360
5,040
(5)
22,224
5,040
3,504
4,800
7,560
6,306
2,796
1,896
6,300
5,520
5,520
18,360
(4)
19,764
(3)
12,924
(7)
27,978
(17)
58,758
(9)
24,858
9,108
(4)
7,440
8,460
(9)
20,676
(1)
2,076
1,728
2,796
2,118
Vote 227.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS—Continued
Forest Service
Salaries
Administration
Deputy Minister of Forests .
Chief Forester 	
Two Assistant Chief Foresters	
Forester—Grade 5 and Solicitor .
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 	
Personnel Assistant 	
Principal Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 —
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Headquarters
Two Foresters—Grade 7
Forester—Grade 6 	
Two Foresters—Grade 5
Forester—Grade 4 	
Director of Grazing	
Two Forest Protection Officers-
Five Foresters—Grade 3 	
Four Foresters—Grade 2 	
Forest Agrologist—Grade 2 __._.
Four Foresters—Grade 1 	
Forest Assistant—Grade 4 	
Forest Assistant—Grade 2 	
Chief Draughtsman 	
Two Senior Draughtsmen 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2 ...
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
lunior Draughtsman 	
-Grade 3
Departmental Comptroller 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 3 	
Accountant, Forest Service 	
Four Audit Accountants—Grade 2
Three Chief Clerks 	
Four Principal Clerks	
Eight Senior Clerks	
Sixteen Clerks—Grade 3 	
Ten Clerks—Grade 2 	
Four Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three lunior Clerks	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Eight Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 .
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 3	
Stockman—Grade 2	
$12,000
11,100
20,100
7,800
7,200
4,800
2,760
3,720
6,360
2,640
2,340
17,700
8,400
15,600
7,050
7,500
14,400
33,000
24,420
5,760
20,640
5,280
3,840
5,280
8,550
7,260
2,640
2,340
7,200
6,000
5,280
21,720
16,560
19,110
33,360
59,160
29,580
10,140
5,760
8,940
20,880
6,900
3,180
2,760 P  142
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(1)
(1)
(8)
(4)
(2)
(3)
$8,400
7,200
6,300
6,600
11,040
21,360
26,352
4,722
11,520
13,290
3,636
16,680
127,980
3,924
3,316
3,852
4,500
7,848
3,438
4,500
3,372
5,520
9,000
7,572
27,318
11,466
6,624
7,056
5,628
2,868
5,652
14,010
4,368
5,520
2,520
8,400
7,200
(1)
6,600
6,600
5,520
21,720
(5)
22,344
3,924
6,000
(2)
9,780
(2)
8,136
4,800
Vote 227.
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Forest District
Forester—Grade 7 (District Forester)
Forester—Grade 5 	
Forester—Grade 4 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 3	
Two Forest Protection Officers—Grade 1
Four Foresters—Grade 2	
Six Foresters—Grade 1 	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1 	
Two Forest Assistants—Grade 5	
Four Forest Assistants—Grade 4	
Forest Assistant—Grade 3 	
Three Ranger Supervisors	
Twenty-seven Rangers—Grade 2 	
Two Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 5	
Launch Captain and Engineer	
Supervising Draughtsman	
Two Senior Draughtsmen	
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 2	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Two Principal Clerks	
Two Senior Clerks	
Seven Clerks—Grade 3 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2 	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Junior Clerks	
Two Bookkeeping-machine Operators 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Six Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Four Clerk-Typists—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 	
Kamloops Forest District
Forester—Grade 7 (District Forester)
Forester—Grade 5 ____ _    _ _ 	
Two Foresters—Grade 4	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 3 _
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 —
Four Foresters—Grade 2	
Six Foresters—Grade 1 	
Forester-in-training 	
District Forest Agrologist—Grade 2 _
Three Forest Agrologists—Grade 2
Forest Agrologist—Grade 1 	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1
$9,000
7,800
7,200
6,750
12,360
24,720
30,720
5,280
11,640
19,860
4,140
17,400
134,310
8,100
3,660
4,320
4,800
12,180
4,800
3,720
6,000
9,600
7,500
25,980
12,360
7,320
5,940
5,520
3,360
5,880
15,780
10,080
4,140
2,700
8,850
7,800
13,800
6,180
24,540
32,160
6,900
15,480
4,440
5,280 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  143
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$5,760
(2)
9,252
(3)
11,628
16,560
17,280
110,820
(4)
15,264
3,504
8,352
3,924
4,500
3,924
(1)
3,852
1,896
5,040
11,574
13,500
(4)
10,452
(10)
22,164
(2)
4,956
2,340
(1)
2,118
(1)
1,800
600
(4)
7,800
6,600
5,520
20,844
6,000
5,520
18,228
5,760
4,500
(2)
4,722
5,760
12,924
3,780
6,240
11,040
16,920
107,850
7,560
Vote 227.
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Kamloops Forest District—Continued
Forest Assistant—Grade 5 	
Three Forest Assistants—Grade 4	
Two Forest Assistants—Grade 3 	
Three Inspectors of Licensed Scalers _.
Three Ranger Supervisors	
Twenty-three Rangers—Grade 2	
Nine Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 5 	
Two Radio Technicians	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Mapping Assistant—Grade 1 	
Chief Clerk	
Three Senior Clerks	
Four Clerks—Grade 3 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade   1   	
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance 	
Nelson Forest District
Forester—Grade 6  (District Forester)
Forester—Grade 4 	
Forester—Grade 3  	
Four Foresters—Grade 2 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 2 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Three Foresters—Grade  1 	
Forester-in-training   	
District Forest Agrologist—Grade 1 __
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 2
Forest  Agrologist-in-training  	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1
Forest Assistant—Grade 5 	
Three Forest Assistants—Grade 4 	
Forest Assistant—Grade 3 	
Two Forest Assistants—Grade 2 	
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers 	
Three Ranger Supervisors 	
Twenty-two Rangers—Grade 2 	
Six Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 6  	
$6,000
14,340
8,640
18,000
18,000
16,760
36,720
3,720
9,120
4,320
4,800
8,280
2,220
5,520
12,420
13,740
14,460
12,420
8,640
2,160
7,080
4,140
600
8,400
7,200
6,300
23,790
6,600
6,180
15,960
4,620
6,300
3,840
5,280
5,880
14,040
7,200
12,000
17,760
114,600
24,480
4,140 P  144
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(4)
(1)
(5)
(4)
(1)
$3,256
4,500
3,504
4,500
3,924
3,312
4,572
7,776
10,026
11,094
9,282
2,478
9,102
7,800
6,600
6,000
6,000
25,848
12,636
4,722
4,800
17,868
11,040
11,040
64,860
3,312
3,000
7,272
3,312
4,500
3,120
1,896
4,068
3,252
4,644
15,432
6,438
13,278
2,118
2,568
4,320
2,076
2,616
10,740
Vote 227.
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Nelson Forest District—Continued
Stockman—Grade 5
Radio Technician __
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Chief  Clerk  	
Two Senior Clerks 	
Three Clerks—Grade  3 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Four Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Prince Rupert Forest District
Forester—Grade 6 (District Forester)
Forester—Grade 4 	
Forester—Grade 3   ......_ 	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 2 	
Four Foresters—Grade 2 ._.. .    	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Three Foresters—Grade 1 ..       .. 	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1 .
Forest Assistant—Grade 5 	
Three Forest Assistants—Grade 4 	
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers	
Two Ranger Supervisors   	
Fourteen Rangers—Grade 2 __._ 	
Three Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 5	
Two Launch Captains 	
Launch Engineer  	
Supervising Draughtsman    	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Junior Draughtsman	
Mapping Assistant—Grade 1 	
Radio Technician 	
Radio Operator—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk	
Four Senior Clerks	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3  ...	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 ....
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2	
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 3 ._.
Special living allowance 	
$3,720
4,800
3,840
4,800
7,680
5,040
8,370
10,860
12,540
12,600
10,440
8,400
7,200
6,600
6,600
24,180
5,880
15,600
5,280
5,760
14,280
12,000
11,760
68,340
12,060
3,360
7.800
3,720
4,800
3,480
2,340
4,440
3,600
5,040
16,620
7,080
14,100
2,280
3,060
4,560
2,520
2,940
10,980 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  145
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(17)
(2)
(4)
$7,800
6,600
11,400
20,484
5,520
17,280
4,722
4,800
12,996
16,080
16,080
80,352
7,704
3,780
3,120
2,436
8,208
3,708
2,868
5,040
11,700
12,744
10,404
12,714
2,700
6,708
1,980
2,076
9,240
(529) $2,213,678
58,081
8,760
50,000
$2,096,837
307,773
$2,404,610
Vote 227.
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Prince George Forest District
10
Forester—Grade 6 (District Forester)
Forester—Grade 4	
Two Foresters—Grade 3 	
Four Foresters—Grade 2	
Forest Protection Officer-
Four Foresters—Grade 1
Forester-in-training	
-Grade 1
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1
Forest Assistant—Grade 5 	
Three Forest Assistants—Grade 4	
Three Inspectors of Licensed Scalers ~
Three Ranger Supervisors	
Eighteen Rangers—Grade 2 	
Four Rangers—Grade 1 	
Supervising Draughtsman	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Two Radio Technicians	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Stockman—Grade 5	
Chief Clerk	
Three Senior Clerks	
Four Clerks—Grade 3	
Five Clerks—Grade 2 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
$8,400
7,200
12,750
23,880
6,180
20,220
4,620
5,280
5,880
13,860
17,760
17,400
90,750
16,560
3,960
2,880
2,640
9,150
4,050
3,240
5,520
12,600
13,800
13,980
14,040
2,040
2,820
7,680
1,980
9,840
(545)  $2,486,340
Less—
Chargeable to Silviculture Vote	
Chargeable  to   Grazing:    Range   Improvement Fund 	
Recruitment  saving  	
$59,400
9,940
50,000
119,340
Temporary assistance
$2,367,000
292,386
Total of Vote 227
$2,659,386 P 146
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$129,600
195,480
35,500
36,000
4,000
100,000
55,050
230,000
14,400
72,000
43,500
45,000
$960,530
12,000
$948,530
$7,200
6,000
5,520
4,212
4,068
15,000
2,340
17,280
(14)  $61,620
450
5,400
11,700
4,700
21,000
6,000
10,400
2,700
339,165
10,000
24,068
$497,203
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 228.
Expenses
Code No.
001
202
006
007
009
016
020
021
028
029
030
031
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Heat, light, power, and water _.
Gazette and press legal notices
Clothing and uniforms 	
Purchase and maintenance of radio equipment-
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment	
Acquisition   or   construction   of   buildings   and
works 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies   	
Repair and construction of launches, etc.	
Less seizure expenses recoverable
$149,000
210,100
39,200
27,000
4,000
95,000
29,400
223,000
68,000
38,000
23,300
$906,000
12,000
Total of Vote 228
Vote 229.
Reforestation and Forest Nursery
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 6 	
Forester—Grade 5 	
Forester—Grade 4 	
Forester—Grade 3 	
Forester—Grade 2 	
Forester—Grade 1 	
Forester-in-training 	
Four Forest Assistants—Grade
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 ...
Four Nursery Superintendents „
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
016
020
021
028
029
030
031
032
033
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment ___.
Acquisition   or   construction   of  buildings
works 	
$8,100
6,900
6,300
5,040
4,800
16,740
2,700
18,720
(14)  $69,300
450
5,400
3,500
2,400
19,500
and
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Incidentals and contingencies ___
Forest nurseries and planting ...
Plantation improvements 	
Regeneration surveys 	
5,200
6,400
1,000
335,950
10,000
24,068
Carried forward-
$483,168
$894,000 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  147
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
$497,203
40,500
26,000
$430,703
$23,800
5,670
29,000
36,263
402,314
13,200
1,400
$511,647
$7,800
19,200
17,520
19,920
4,068
9,642
11,220
3,780
2,478
360
(19)  $95,988
1,350
900
1,000
6,500
6,800
2,750
6,500
4,500
44,643
$170,931
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 229.
Reforestation and Forest Nursery—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Brought forward        $483,168
Less—
Sundry refunds   $40,500
Estimated Federal Government share of Provincial-
Federal Agreement   26,000
  66,500
Total of Vote 229 	
Vote 230.
Forest Management
Code No.
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Appraisal and overrun studies	
032 Christmas-tree supervision 	
033 Cruising  	
034 Forest atlas and air photos	
035 Working-plans and wood-lots	
$12,000
5,550
29,000
36,860
392,000
11,650
1,400
Total of Vote 230
Vote 231.
Forest Research
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 6  	
Three Foresters—Grade 4 	
Three Foresters—Grade 3 	
Four Foresters—Grade 2 	
Two Foresters—Grade 1 	
Two Forest Agrologists—Grade 2	
Three Forest Assistants—Grade 3	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Special living allowance	
$8,400
21,600
19,800
23,340
9,660
11,040
12,480
4,140
2,400
540
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202
006
010
016
020
021
029
031
Travelling expense 	
Heat, light, power, and water
Provisions and catering	
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Projects 	
(20)  $113,400
1,350
900
1,550
5,430
7,700
2,000
8,520
2,000
31,997
Total of Vote 231
$416,668
488,460
174,847 P  148
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
$7,200
5,760
3,708
3,252
7,140
3,252
2,658
2,256
5,292
(11)  $40,518
3,600
8,100
29,800
13,450
700
100
2,200
2,000
$100,468
$7,800
6,600
3,372
3,000
2,820
(5)  $23,592
900
5,100
4,000
7,200
575
1,400
3,000
1,500
49,910
$97,177
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 232.
Public Information and Education
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2 	
Director, Public Information 	
Public Relations Officer—Grade 2 	
Public Relations Officer—Grade 1 	
Public Relations Assistant 	
Supervising Photographer 	
Photographer—Grade 2   	
Forest Assistant—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
$6,600
4,920
4,080
4,230
3,780
3,660
3,600
3,000
2,580
5,700
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
007
013
016
020
029
030
Advertising and publicity	
Printing and publications	
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds..
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
(11)  $42,150
3,600
8,100
25,010
13,630
700
100
2,200
2,600
Total of Vote 232
Vote 233.
Forest Ranger School
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 3	
Forest Protection Officer-
Clerk—Grade 3 	
-Grade 3
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 ..
Building Service Worker—Grade 2
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
$8,400
7,200
3,720
3,180
3,000
(5)  $25,500
202
006
010
011
016
020
021
887
Travelling expense 	
Heat, light, power, and water
Provisions and catering 	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Equipment and machinery
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment	
Students  and  seasonal  staff   (including special
living allowance)  	
Total of Vote 233 	
900
5,100
4,000
7,200
570
1,000
1,500
1,000
48,880
$98,090
95,650 LANDS AND FORESTS
P 149
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(1)
(2)
(5)
(5)
(1)
(5)
$10,000
$52,500
$8,400
7,200
13,200
27,960
24,960
5,040
4,212
4,500
5,760
5,040
13,068
3,504
6,000
5,040
4,140
3,780
4,356
4,188
3,120
5,496
5,184
5,760
5,280
14,580
21,000
16,800
(1)
4,140
(3)
11,880
3,060
2,520
2,700
2,580
5,760
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 234.
Code No.
019    Grant to Canadian Forestry Association
Vote 235.
Code No.
004    Office Furniture and Equipment
Vote 236.
Engineering Services
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 7 	
Engineer—Grade 5 	
Two Engineers—Grade 4 .
Five Engineers—Grade 3 .
Four Engineers—Grade 2
Engineer—Grade  1 	
Assistant Engineer—Grade 3 	
Assistant Engineer—Grade 2	
Two Engineering Assistants—Grade 3
Engineering Assistant—Grade 2 	
Forest Assistant—Grade 4 	
Radio Superintendent 	
Assistant Radio Superintendent 	
Three Radio Technicians 	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Superintendent of Construction 	
Assistant Superintendent of Construction
Technical  Draughtsman  	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Principal Clerk	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Superintendent, Forest Service Marine Station 	
Assistant Superintendent, Forest Service Marine Station 	
Three Foremen, Forest Service Marine Station 	
Foreman Shipwright, Forest Service Marine Station....
Foreman Carpenter, Forest Service Marine Station...
Four Shipwrights, Forest Service Marine Station	
Four Marine Mechanics, Forest Service Marine Station   	
Two Mechanics—Grade 4, Forest Service Marine Station   	
Two Mechanics—Grade 3, Forest Service Marine Station   	
Driver, Forest Service Marine Station	
Watchman, Forest Service Marine Station 	
Stockman—Grade 3, Forest Service Marine Station-
Stockman—Grade 2, Forest Service Marine Station-
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 3 	
$9,000
7,800
14,400
30,270
23,280
10,800
4,620
4,800
6,300
5,520
14,040
3,840
6,600
5,520
4,530
4,320
4,800
4,440
3,480
6,240
5,640
6,300
15,120
4,680
4,440
17,280
17,280
8,280
7,920
3,300
2,640
3,060
2,880
6,300
$10,000
36,000 P  150
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$5,280
19,044
212,194
(62) $496,726
10,000
55,350
7,900
5,050
16,000
67,800
184,620
2,000
14,200
120,000
$979,646
413,214
164,040
$402,392
$20,400
2,500
212,000
274,000
230,000
246,000
201,510
110,000
21,000
30,000
1,335,550
$2,682,960
$40,000
30,000
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 236.
Engineering Services—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 2  $5,760
Four Mechanical Superintendents—Grade 1   21,120
Sundry employees   207,190
Expenses:
Code No,
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
006    Heat, light, power, and water 	
016    Equipment and machinery 	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds __
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
027    Engineering surveys 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies 	
031 Projects for other agencies 	
(62)  $513,790
7,000
55,300
7,900
3,600
15,000
57,100
203,000
Less—
Chargeable to Silviculture Vote
Chargeable to other votes	
Total of Vote 236
$366,750
211,680
10,500
100,000
$973,190
578,430
Vote 237.
Forest Protection
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
202    Travelling expense	
Clothing and uniforms	
Equipment rental (aircraft) 	
Equipment and machinery
009
015
016
020
021
028
029
030
031
032
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment	
Acquisition  or  construction   of  buildings  and
works  	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Slash and snag disposal
Wages and expenses, seasonal staff .
$20,400
6,000
232,000
264,000
245,835
246,000
208,010
110,000
21,000
85,000
1,342,623
$2,780,868
Estimated Revenue:
From miscellaneous collections   $19,000
Board credits      41,000
Estimated revenue from timber-sale forfeitures      25,000
$394,760 LANDS AND FORESTS
P 151
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$127,120
$197,120
$2,485,840
(4)
(3)
$150,000
$7,800
6,600
17,760
73,884
69,202
5,040
4,500
15,120
9,876
6,936
1,938
4,800
4,356
7,296
3,780
5,760
2,796
3,634
(58)    $251,078
9,400
100,000
696,314
31,300
1,000
$1,089,092
Vote 237.
Forest Service—Continued
Forest Protection—Continued
Estimated Revenue—Continued
Recovery,    Federal-Provincial    Protection
Agreement   $210,028
Total of Vote 237
Vote 238.
Fire Suppression
Vote 239.
Forest Surveys
Estimated Expenditure:
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 6 	
Forester—Grade 4	
Three Foresters—Grade 3	
Fourteen Foresters—Grade 2 ._
Sixteen Foresters—Grade 1 	
Research Assistant—Grade 2 _.
Supervisor of Map Production
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Six Senior Draughtsmen	
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 1 ...
Junior Draughtsman 	
Chief Clerk	
Principal Clerk	
Two Senior Clerks	
Clerk—Grade 3	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Two Clerk-Typists—Grade 2 .
$295,028
$8,400
7,200
19,800
84,060
81,720
4,800
5,520
4,800
24,870
10,740
5,400
5,520
7,980
3,900
6,360
3,180
4,680
Expenses:
Code No.
016
026
027
029
030
$2,485,840
350,000
Equipment and machinery
Air base-mapping	
Field-survey expenses 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Incidentals and contingencies ...
(58) $288,930
9,000
100,000
625,518
31,300
1,000
$1,055,748 P  152
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(49)
(14)
(4)
$496,532
12,000
10,000
$518,532
$570,560
$6,900
6,300
23,040
17,280
11,520
63,360
244,608
56,808
8,856
4,068
7,320
27,606
8,610
2,520
3,504
5,580
4,800
3,252
3,504
13,470
900
329,096
(118) $852,902
51,000
300,000
$1,203,902
1,203,892
$10
$3,900
46,210
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 239.
Forest Surveys—Continued
Estimated Revenue:
Federal-Provincial Agreement         $455,260
Receipts from cruising charges  12,000
Miscellaneous refunds  10,000
$477,260
Total of Vote 239
Vote 240.
Scaling Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Salaries:
Superintendent of Scalers, Coast Region	
Assistant Superintendent of Scaling	
Four Field Scaling Supervisors	
Three Inspectors of Licensed Scalers and Export.
Two Scaling Dispatchers	
Twelve Senior Scalers	
Fifty-five Scalers—Grade 2	
Eight Scalers—Grade 1 	
Two Principal Clerks	
Senior Clerk 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3	
Ten Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Supervisor of Billing-machines	
Two Office Equipment Operators—Grade 3	
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 1
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1
Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 2	
Six Office Equipment Operators—Grade 2	
Special living allowance 	
Temporary assistance	
$7,500
6,900
25,200
18,900
12,600
69,120
290,400
35,970
9,600
4,320
7,680
30,900
7,320
2,400
3,720
6,000
5,280
3,600
3,720
14,340
900
232,880
Expenses:
Code No.
001    General expense	
202    Travelling expense
Estimated Revenue:
Scaling fees and expenses .
(117)  $799,250
50,000
200,000
$1,049,250
1,049,240
Total of Vote 240
Vote 241.
Silviculture
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
$3,500
49,500
$578,488
10 LANDS AND FORESTS
P  153
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$500
126,500
1,000
39,400
10,000
75,100
22,000
558,069
580,975
$1,463,654
$1,500
3,000
2,000
8,760
56,790
2,200
750
$75,000
40,000
$35,000
$10,000
$240,000
$10,084,022
$12,223,500
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 241.
Silviculture—Continued
Estimated Expenditure—Continued
Code No.
006   Heat, light, power, and water  $1,000
016    Equipment and machinery  92,950
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  700
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  39,500
028 Acquisition or construction  of buildings  and
works  5,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   79,800
030 Incidentals and contingencies  16,000
031 Projects   490,320
032 Stand treatment  612,130
Total of Vote 241 	
Estimated Revenue:
Excess of net disbursements over receipts carried to
Fund   	
Vote 243.
Expenses for Advisory Committees
Salary Revision 	
Total, Forest Service
$1,390,400
Vote 242.
Grazing: Range Improvement Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
202    Travelling expense   $1,800
016    Equipment and machinery  250
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  1,800
026   Refund to Salary Vote  9,940
031 Range-improvement projects   54,210
887    Seasonal staff  1,500
032 Seed for logged grazing leases  500
$70,000
32,000
Total of Vote 242 (statutory, " Grazing Act," R.S.B.C.
1948, sec. 14, and "Grazing Act Amendment Act,
1949")   	
38,000
10,000
$10,120,599
Total, Department of Lands and Forests  $12,153,097  MINES
P  155
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(3)
(3)
(4)
(3)
$12,500
4,212
(2)  $16,712
500
3,500
$20,712
$10,800
7,500
6,000
10,560
5,280
4,800
7,920
3,252
8,916
8,736
2,478
5,232
6,528
9,210
5,676
1,764
(30) $104,652
18,800
2,700
7,530
9,000
$142,682
Vote 244.
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Mines
Secretary  	
$12,500
4,800
(2)  $17,300
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
Total of Vote 244
650
3,500
Vote 245.
6,450
5,880
5,880
5,520
General Administration—Titles and Accounts
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Mines  $11,400
Chief Gold Commissioner and Chief Commissioner,
Petroleum and Natural Gas  7,650
Deputy Chief Gold Commissioner and Deputy Chief
Commissioner, Petroleum and Natural Gas       	
Deputy Chief Gold Commissioner 	
Chief Accountant 	
Deputy Chief Commissioner, Petroleum and Natural
Gas  	
Gol d Commissioner 	
Departmental Comptroller 	
Two Principal Clerks 	
Petroleum and Natural Gas Commissioner	
Two Senior Clerks 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
9,060
Two Junior Draughtsmen
Junior Clerk 	
3,480
6,480
3,720
10,140
11,700
6,120
2,340
2,760
4,560
1,920
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
202 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
Total of Vote 245
(26) $105,060
22,500
2,700
8,895
15,000
$21,450
154,155 P  156
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(4)
(1)
(2)
(1)
$8,700
7,500
27,600
20,100
6,000
5,520
5,040
4,356
3,924
3,504
5,880
(17)      $98,124
13,000
4,000
27,000
$142,124
$7,200
11,520
5,040
9,000
4,356
2,616
3,120
(9)      $42,852
1,500
48,500
$92,852
40,000
$52,852
$7,650
Vote 246.
mlneralogical branch
Salaries:
Chief, Mineralogical Branch   $9,600
Senior  Geologist   8,100
Five Geologists     37,950
Three Mineral Engineers—Grade 2   22,200
Two Associate Geologists   13,350
Mineral Engineer—Grade 1   5,880
Assistant  Geologist        	
Senior Draughtsman   4,680
Research Assistant—Grade 2       	
Lapidary   3,840
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4        	
Clerk—Grade 2   2,880
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3   6,240
(18) $114,720
Expenses:
Code No.
013    Printing and publications     13,000
018    Laboratory and library   4,000
027    Field expense   32,000
Total of Vote 246 	
Vote 247.
Analytical and Assay Branch
Salaries:
Chief Analyst and Assayer 	
Analyst—Grade 4 	
Two Analysts—Grade 3 	
Two Analysts—Grade 2 	
Senior Assayer 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4 	
Crusherman   	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  3  	
Laboratory Technician—Grade 2 	
$8,250
6,420
10,230
5,100
3,120
3,000
2,520
(8)  $38,640
Expenses:
Code No.
202    Travelling expense	
024    Scientific and technical equipment and supplies
Less recoverable insurance 	
Total of Vote 247 	
1,000
8,500
$48,140
Vote 248.
Inspection Branch
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines	
Deputy Chief Inspector of Mines and Examiner...
$8,400
8,280
$163,720
48,140
I MINES
P 157
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(1)
(3)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
{14,760
6,900
6,780
19,800
5,280
16,056
2,940
2,616
180
(15)      $82,962
7,500
25,000
$115,462
$7,800
13,050
12,900
18,060
5,160
5,160
5,040
4,140
3,852
2,700
2,568
2,520
2,700
2,160
1,440
(18)      $89,250
10,000
25,000
3,700
Vote 248.
Inspection Branch-
Salaries—Continued
Senior Inspector 	
Senior Inspector (Electrical) 	
Two Inspectors and Resident Engineers-
Examiners 	
-Continued
-Grade 2 and
Two Inspectors and Resident Engineers—Grade 2 _
Two Inspectors and Resident Engineers—Grade 1_
Four Instructors, Mine-rescue and First Aid	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 ...
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
$7,800
7,800
14,760
14,400
11,520
18,300
3,120
2,820
2,040
180
(17)  $99,420
Expenses:
Code No.
024    Apparatus and supplies 	
027    Inspection and field expense.
Total of Vote 248 .	
10,000
27,500
Vote 249.
Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch
Salaries:
Chief, Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch  $8,400
Two Senior Petroleum Engineers  15,000
Mineral Engineer—Grade 2  7,500
Three Petroleum Engineers—Grade 2  20,850
Two Mineral Engineers—Grade 1  11,880
Two Petroleum Engineers—Grade 1   11,520
Engineering Assistant—Grade 4       	
Engineering Assistant—Grade 3 	
Engineering Assistant—Grade 2	
Two Engineering Assistants—Grade 1
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk—Grade 2	
5,520
4,440
8,100
3,540
2,760
Draughtsman—Grade 1	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
3,060
2,400
2,280
1,920
Expenses:
Code No.
016   Field equipment
027    Field expense	
031    Stratigraphic laboratory, supplies and equipment
(20)  $109,170
10,000
27,500
6,000
$136,920 P 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
CBPUIPP                                           Fiscal Year Ending
anK. v ii___.                                            March 31, 1960
Vote 249.
$7,500
Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
032    Conservation  Committee  and  Right  of  Entry
and Arbitration Board             $7,500
$135,450
Total of Vote 249       	
$160,170
Vote 250.
$500
10,000
8,500
Grants and Subsidies
Code No.
019    Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy ....              $500
019    Mine-rescue and first-aid work     ...             9,000
019    Grants to Chambers of Mines and miscellaneous             8,500
$19,000
Total of Vote 250	
18,000
Vote 251.
$145,000
Code No.
019    Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails	
145,000
Vote 252.
$25,000
Code No.
019    Grub-staking Prospectors         _                        	
26,000
Vote 253.
$300
Code No.
019    Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide Prospectors 	
300
Vote 254.
$2,500
Code No.
019    Interprovincial Committee on Mining 	
Vote 255.
2,500
$7,000
Code No.
030    Incidentals and Contingencies     .      .     ... 	
7,500
Vote 256.
$11,430
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance                        	
13,070
019    " Iron and Steel Bounties Act " (R.S.B.C, Chap. 32, Sec. 21)
888    Salary Revision                       ..           ...      ....    ...
$20,000
$39,000
Total, Department of Mines .... . _          _   ...   	
$878,512
$896,925 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
P  159
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFF.«
Vote 257.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Provincial Secretary)
iIRS
Secretary (paid by Provincial Secretary's Department)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense ___ 	
$250
3,000
$250
3,000
202    Travelling expense ....   ...
$3,250
Total of Vote 257	
$3,250
Vote 258.
$10,500
8,100
5,520
9,960
4,530
3,840
3,660
3,120
$9,600
7,350
4,920
4,572
8,280
3,504
3,060
2,658
2,340
Municipal Branch
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Inspector of Municipalities
Supervisor and Deputy Inspector of Municipalities
Audit Accountant—Grade 2	
(1)
(2)
Two Chief Clerks	
Principal Clerk  	
Senior Clerk ... 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 ...   __ ....
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3    .... .. _ _
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 ... 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 ... 	
2,100
(10)
$46,284
2,000
4,000
500
700
3,500
1,600
(10)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
$51,330
2,000
3,800
500
700
3,500
1,600
202    Travelling expense   ....
004    Office furniture and equipment ...
007    Advertising in Gazette  ....
013    Printing and publishing    ...
030    Incidentals and contingencies
$58,584
Total of Vote 258	
63,430
Vote 259.
$6,450
$6,660
5,280
4,212
4,284
1,938
Regional Planning Division
General
Salaries:
Director 	
Assistant Director 	
(1)
Two Assistant Planners 	
9,360
4,680
2,340
Senior Draughtsman 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  1  	
(5)
22,314
(4)
$22,830 P  160
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated     t
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
ecDvirc                                           Fiscal Year Ending
Sfc.KVK.ii                                              March 31, 1960
Vote 259.
Regional Planning Division—Continued
Regulated Areas
Salaries—Continued
$13,068
Three Inspectors (full time) ...                                                 $14,040
9,500
Ten Inspectors  (part time)          _           13,500
$44,882
$50,370
Expenses:
Code No.
2,250
001    Office expense             2,250
7,000
202    Travelling expense               7,000
500
004    Office furniture and equipment _.   .                      500
$54,632
Total of Vote 259                  	
$60,120
Vote 260.
Code No.
$30,800
019    Grants and Subsidies   .   ...   ........     .       	
30,800
887    Temporary Assistance                    — ...     .   .
$3,300
Vote 261.
$1,500
Pollution-control Board         ... ________    „     ...    .....    _ _
1,500
Code No.
$8,040
888    Salary Revision        ..                	
Total, Department of Municipal Affairs
$160,106
$159,100 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
P 161
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
&12.500
4,212
5,520
2,616
(4)      $24,848
1,200
3,000
$29,048
$10,800
4,800
4,068
3,060
5,136
2,388
1,938
1,896
(9)      $34,086
3,700
1,644
450
$39,880
$420,000
120,000
$300,000
$10,000
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Vote 262.
Provincial Secretary
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Provincial  Secretary
Secretary 	
Administrative Assistant 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
$12,500
4,800
5,280
3,000
200
(4)  $25,780
1,400
2,800
100
Total of Vote 262
Vote 263.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1  	
lunior Clerk	
Temporary  assistance  	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 263	
Vote 264.
$11,400
5,520
4,320
3,660
5,700
2,820
1,920
2,220
900
(9)  $38,460
4,000
1,000
400
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for
Elderly Citizens
Code No.
019    Grants
Less deferred cash requirements
Total of Vote 264	
$420,000
120,000
Blanket Bond (Three-year Period)
$30,080
43,860
300,000
11 P 162
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(1)
$7,200
5,520
4,068
12,204
10,980
3,060
11,424
2,520
3,924
3,504
3,252
5,760
2,520
402,000
(105) $477,936
6,000
1,500
61,000
12,500
725,000
500
50,000
$1,334,436
1,334,426
$10
$6,300
4,140
2,832
(3)  $13,272
4,000
500
300
$18,072
Provincial Secretary—Continued
Vote 265.
Queen's Printer
Salaries:
Queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery —
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Principal Clerk	
Four Senior Clerks 	
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Machinist 	
Stockman—Grade 5	
Three Stockmen—Grade 4	
Two Stockmen—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Sundry employees 	
(103)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
016    New machinery and equipment	
021    Maintenance and repairs 	
024    Printing-paper, stationery, etc. 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Revised Statutes, 1958 	
$7,800
6,000
4,800
17,280
3,420
12,780
2,760
4,200
3,720
11,160
6,360
2,520
2,040
449,000
$533,840
5,500
1,500
30,000
42,500
725,000
500
35,000
Less chargeable to Queen's Printer Operating
Account 	
Total of Vote 265	
$1,373,840
1,373,830
Vote 266.
Government House
Salaries:
Secretary 	
Assistant Secretary	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5
Temporary assistance	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 266	
$6,900
4,530
3,420
500
(3)  $15,350
6,000
500
$10
21,850 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
P 163
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Provincial Secretary—Continued
Vote 267.
Compen-
$300,000
Code No.
041    Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), "Workmen's
sation Act"            ..     	
$300,000
Vote 268.
etc. 	
$50,000
Code No.
030    Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments, Grants,
Special Expenditure—Centennial Year 1958 	
47,500
50,000
Vote 269.
nd  Other
$285,000
Code No.
019    Construction  and  Other  Grants  to   Charitable  a
Organizations          ~ . ..
285,000
Vote 270.
*$25,000
Code No.
019    Grant to Narcotic Foundation 	
75,000
Vote 271.
*$50,000
Code No.
019    Grant re Alcoholic Treatment  _
75,000
Vote 272.
$200,000
Code No.
019    "Capital Improvement District Act"	
200,000
Vote 273.
$76,000
5,000
373,944
Civil Defence
General administration and training (Code
27301)                $136,410
$70,568
5,000
Less provided for under financial assistance programme              60,410
Compensation for injuries, Civil Defence Workers (Code
27302) 	
355,892
Financial assistance programme (Code 27303) 	
$431,460
215,730
Less recoverable from Federal Government	
$454,944
227,472
$215,730
Total of Vote 273	
$227,472
Vote 274.
jd Sess.),
$7,500
4,800
2,820
$6,900
4,500
2,616
" Provincial Elections Act, 1953 " (1953 (2r
Chap. 5, Sec. 192)
Salaries:
Headquarters
Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar-General of Voters
Principal Clerk      ..      ...         .
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
* Transferred from Department of Attorney-General for comparative purposes. P  164
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Provincial Secretary—Continued
Vote 274.
" Provincial Elections Act, 1953 " (1953 (2nd Sess.),
Chap. 5, Sec. 192)—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Victoria Office
$4,500
3,780
4,500
3,660
5,316
2,160
1,848
10,450
Registrar of Voters 	
Deputy Registrar of Voters
Registrar of Voters 	
Deputy Registrar of Voters
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade  1 	
Vancouver Office
New Westminster Office
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1
Temporary assistance ...
$4,800
3,900
4,800
3,840
6,000
2,460
2,220
11,194
(11)      $50,230
18,500
500
1,500
(11)  $54,334
$70,730
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 274	
Vote 275.
16,500
500
500
$10
$3,605
"Public Inquiries Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 162)
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance 	
$1,647,085
Sub-total, Provincial Secretary
$71,834
10
$1,677,616 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
P 165
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$10,500
7,200
6,900
5,520
11,040
4,356
10,980
3,252
5,748
5,316
13,800
1,764
$86,376
6,000
3,504
2,160
$98,040
5,640
2,520
(27) $106,200
$106,200
6,400
3,000
540
20,000
250
500
12,935
$149,825
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 276.
Salaries:
Civil Service Commission
Administration
Headquarters
Chairman, Civil Service Commission	
Chief Personnel Officer and Chief Assistant to the
Commission 	
Chief Selection Officer 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Personnel Officer—Grade 2	
Two Personnel Officers—Grade 1 	
Personnel Assistant  	
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade  1  	
Vancouver Office
$11,400
8,100
6,900
6,000
6,600
10,320
11,520
3,720
6,420
6,240
15,420
2,100
$94,740
Personnel Officer—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
6,600
3,840
2,340
$107,520
Essondale Office
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 ._.
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Temporary assistance 	
6,450
2,700
(27)  $116,670
1,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
007 Examinations and advertising	
008 Medical examinations 	
031 Employee-training 	
032 Executive development training (in co-operation
with the University of British Columbia)	
Total of Vote 276	
$118,090
6,400
3,000
775
19,000
250
500
12,570
$160,585 P 166
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
CBOvirn Fiscal Year Ending
SUKVICE March 31i 1960
Civil Service Commission—Continued
Vote 277.
Code No.
019    Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 76 of "Civil
Service Act," and other Government employees         $11,000
Vote 278.
Code No.
031    Retiring Allowances—" Civil Service Act," sec. 69, and other
Government employees   50,000
Sub-total, Civil Service Commission         $221,585
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
$11,000
$50,000
$210,825 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
P 167
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, I960
(5)
(1)
(8)
(5)
(4)
(1)
$10,500
6,000
5,520
19,638
3,780
23,076
5,496
2,478
2,256
1,764
10,674
7,602
1,896
14,000
(32)    $114,680
3,500
1,500
3,200
5,000
$127,880
127,580
$300
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Superannuation Branch
Vote 279.
Administration
(Administration of " Civil Service Superannuation Act,"
" Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act," "Municipal Superannuation Act,"
" Teachers' Pensions Act," P.G.E. Railway Co. Pension Fund Rules and Regulations, B.C. Power Commission Superannuation Fund Regulations, and
Workmen's Compensation Board Superannuation
Fund Plan.)
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner
Accountant 	
Administrative Assistant
Principal Clerk	
Actuarial Assistant	
Four Senior Clerks	
Two Clerks—Grade 3 	
Ten Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Bookkeeping-machine Operators
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Seven Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 1
Two Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance 	
$11,400
7,200
6,000
4,080
3,960
17,280
7,500
31,140
6,000
3,000
2,760
2,100
17,340
6,300
4,440
10,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment.
013 Printing and publications 	
Less recoverable pursuant to provisions of
" Civil Service Superannuation Act," " Municipal Superannuation Act," " Teachers'
Pensions Act," P.G.E. Railway Co. Pension
Fund Rules and Regulations, B.C. Power
Commission Superannuation Fund Regulations, and Workmen's Compensation Board
Superannuation Fund Plan	
Total of Vote 279	
(38) $140,500
4,000
2,000
5,200
6,000
$157,700
157,400
$300 P  168
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 280.
$45,000
Superannuation Branch—Continued
Grants
Code No.
019 Retiring Allowances (including payments under Orders in
Council No. 572/44, No. 574/44, No. 853/45, No. 974/47,
and No. 2232/55) 	
Vote 281.
$1,670,000
680,000
60,000
" Civil Service Superannuation Act "
Code No.
031 Government matching contributions to Superan
nuation Fund     $2,290,000
032 Government matching contributions to Retire
ment Fund	
$2,410,000
$2,410,000
033 Miscellaneous statutory—sees. 8 (1) and (3),
16, 19 (2) and (5), 20a (4), 28, 29 (2), 51
(5), 52 (3), 53 (3), 54 (2), 56 (2), Schedule
B, and Schedule C	
Less recoverable pursuant to miscellaneous
statutory—sees. 8 (3), 19 (6), (/), 21 (1),
23 (2), 24 (3), 36, and 48 (2)	
Total of Vote 281	
900,000
440,000
$3,630,000
730,000
Vote 282.
$40,000
" Members of the Legislative Assembly
Superannuation Act "
Code No.
031    Government contributions (sec. 7 (3))	
Vote 283.
$56,000
" Teachers' Pensions Act "
Code No.
031    Allowances under sec. 4	
Vote 284.
$380,000
" Public Services Medical Plan Act "
Salaries:
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3  $2,760
Government contributions and expenses  480,000
$380,000
Total of Vote 284
$2,931,300
$4,789,210
Sub-total, Superannuation Branch
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary
$42,000
2,900,000
40,000
51,000
482,760
$3,516,060
$5,415,261 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
P 169
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
(4)
(10)
(2)
$12,000
20,000
9,300
7,500
7,200
6,150
6,150
6,600
4,920
4,644
2,616
2,388
3,060
1,728
1,000
(15)      $95,256
5,000
14,000
1,000
500
2,500
5118,256
7,500
$110,756
$7,050
5,640
4,920
5,160
4,500
4,428
4,500
36,504
8,136
10,224
8,424
9,540
3,252
8,310
24,444
3,924
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Vote 285.
" Public Utilities Act ''
Salaries:
Chairman 	
Two Commissioners 	
Chief Engineer
Utilities Investigations Auditor	
Assistant Chief Engineer	
Engineer, Public Utilities Commission
Audit Accountant—Grade 5 	
Secretary 	
Chief Clerk	
Inspector of Cemeteries	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist  	
Temporary assistance
and " Cemeteries Act "
512,000
20,000
9,900
8,100
8,100
7,050
7,050
7,200
5,520
4,440
3,060
2,820
2,400
3,300
1,920
500
(16)  $103,360
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
202
004
030
031
Office furniture and equipment	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Hearings  	
5,000
14,000
1,765
500
2,500
Less sundry refunds (audit costs, etc.).
Total of Vote 285 	
$127,125
12,500
Vote 286.
" Motor Carrier Act '
Salaries:
Superintendent of Motor Carriers	
Assistant Superintendent of Motor Carriers	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Motor Carrier Rates Examiner	
Research Assistant—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk	
Principal Clerk 	
Eight Inspectors of Motor Carriers—Grade 3
Two Inspectors of Motor Carriers—Grade 2 __.
Three Clerks—Grade 3 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5	
Three Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3 	
Nine Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1	
$7,800
6,450
5,640
5,760
5,040
4,800
39,600
8,640
11,100
14,880
7,440
3,720
9,360
24,240
2,280
$114,625 P 170
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 286.
Motor Carrier Act "—Continued
$1,800
720
5,500
Salaries—Continued
Junior Clerk	
Special living allowance
Temporary assistance _
(44)    $156,976
14,000
22,000
100
3,850
1,600
1,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment
026 Licence-plates 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
030 Incidentals and contingencies ...
$199,526
$18,300
Total of Vote 286
Salary Revision	
$328,582
Total, Public Utilities Commission
$2,100
720
2,000
(42) $161,570
13,000
20,000
500
4,000
1,000
$200,070
$314,695 PUBLIC WORKS
P 171
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 287.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Minister's Office
(1)
.12,500
4,212
500
(2)  $17,212
900
3,500
$21,612
$10,800
3,252
10,800
14,400
19,200
5,160
4,428
7,200
13,200
7,200
6,600
4,500
4,356
3,708
2,658
2,076
3,000
(20) $122,538
11,250
10,000
2,000
500
1,000
900
$148,1.
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works
Secretary
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202    Travelling expense
$12,500
4,800
500
(2)  $17,800
900
3,500
Total of Vote 287
Vote 288.
Salaries:
General Administration
Executive
Deputy Minister of Public Works
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
Architects Branch
Chief Architect 	
Two Architects—Grade 4 _
Three Architects—Grade 3
Architect—Grade 2 	
Architect—Grade 1 	
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 4	
Two Architectural Mechanical Engineers—Grade 3_
Designing and Structural Engineer—Grade 4	
Designing and Structural Engineer—Grade 3 	
Two Technical Draughtsmen 	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance  	
$11,400
3,720
10,800
15,600
20,850
5,880
5,040
7,800
14,400
7,800
7,200
9,600
4,050
3,120
2,340
3,000
(20) $132,600
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  12,000
202   Travelling expense   10,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  1,500
007    Advertising and publicity   250
013    Printing and publications   1,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies   900
Total of Vote 288 	
$22,200
158,250 P  172
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(68)
$4,500
3,060
7,380
3,000
5,040
4,740
8,520
4,320
9,540
1,500
5,280
4,356
4,284
4,212
3,780
3,312
3,060
82,640
3,708
6,060
2,868
8,100
178,728
5,040
3,372
17,238
(127)    $387,638
138,360
180,242
5,000
2,500
$713,740
$3,504
2,700
20,112
(9)      $26,316
Vote 289.
Parliament Buildings (Maintenance)
Salaries:
Supervisor of Telephones 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 3 	
Three Switchboard Operators—Grade 2	
Telegraph Operator 	
Chief Stationary Engineer
Assistant Chief Stationary Engineer
Two Stationary Engineers—Grade 3
Maintenance Engineer	
Heating Plant
Three Stationary Engineer's Helpers
Sundry employees 	
Mechanical Staff
Superintendent of Public Works 	
Foreman of Works—Grade 1 	
Foreman Electrician 	
Foreman Plumber 	
Foreman Painter 	
Driver-Mechanic   	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Sundry employees 	
$4,800
3,300
8,100
3,060
5,160
4,860
8,520
4,320
9,540
1,500
5,760
4,860
4,980
4,680
4,320
3,540
2,880
89,660
Building Service Workers and Watchmen
Building Service Worker—Grade 6 	
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 4 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Three Building Service Workers—Grade 2 	
Sixty-two Building Service Workers—Grade 1
Two Watchmen 	
Grounds
Gardener—Grade 4
Sundry employees ..
3,960
6,360
3,060
8,640
175,500
5,280
3,720
15,480
Expenses:
Code No.
006    Heat, light, power, and water
020   Maintenance of buildings and grounds
028    Installation of new lighting fixtures	
031    Taxes, telephones, etc. 	
(120)  $395,840
138,360
180,242
2,500
2,500
Total of Vote 289
Vote 290.
Government House (Maintenance)
Salaries:
Gardener—Grade
Home Supervisor .
Sundry employees
$3,900
2,880
21,780
(9)  $28,560
$719,442 PUBLIC WORKS
P 173
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
$5,000
10,000
3,000
$44,316
1,236
$43,080
(307) $1,128,492
187,800
1,175,000
26,500
77,250
3,000
12,000
$2,610,042
48,708
65,272
38,000
$2,458,062
$9,926
50,637
40,150
12,160
72,347
22,788
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 290.
Government House (Maintenance)—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
006
020
024
029
031
Heat, light, power, and water	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Furniture, supplies, etc. 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Taxes, telephones, etc. 	
$15,000
20,000
2,000
2,500
2,000
$70,060
Less deductions for rent
Total of Vote 290
Vote 291.
Government Buildings (Maintenance) (Except
Parliament Buildings and Government House)
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance) —
 (314) $1,209,72Q
Expenses:
Code No.
006    Heat, light, power, and water  195,000
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds  1,175,000
026    Proportionate costs, Inspector of Electrical Energy   3 0,000
028 Maintenance of mechanical equipment  77,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  7,500
031    Taxes, telephones, etc.  12,000
$2,706,220
Less—
Rentals
$57,636
Recoverable from R.C.M.P     64,611
Recoverable   from   Royal   Inland
Hospital, Kamloops (steam)     38,000
160,247
Total of Vote 291
Vote 292.
Code No.
014
Departments:
Agriculture 	
Attorney-General
Education 	
Finance 	
Rentals
Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Health 	
Highways 	
$12,064
49,242
30,434
12,820
98,159
16,149
$70,060
2,545,973
740
600
Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce
Labour 	
540 P 174
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(13)
$13,410
54,649
4,466
724
4,600
12,256
2,350
18,117
29,107
29,933
$378,960
12,460
$366,500
$7,500
6,000
62,028
3,186
4,320
32,000
(18)     $115,034
8,500
20,000
2,950
..-. V" 4,000
1,200
18,400
$170,084
$8,100
6,600
74,880
3,780
2,208
Vote 292.
Code No.
014
Departments—Continued
Lands and Forests:
Lands 	
Forests 	
Mines 	
Rentals—Continued
Municipal Affairs	
Provincial Secretary
Public Utilities 	
Public Works	
Recreation and Conservation
Social Welfare	
Contingencies 	
$12,664
54,489
5,166
500
5,020
13,276
8,600
22,073
34,095
30,000
Less repayable by commissions, boards, etc.
$405,291
11,680
Total of Vote 292
Vote 293.
Gas Division, Vancouver
Salaries:
Gas Supervising Inspector
Assistant Chief Inspector __
Thirteen Gas Inspectors ....
Senior Clerk	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 2 _..._
$8,400
6,450
68,400
3,720
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Temporary assistance 	
2,520
2,820
30,240
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
013    Printing and publications 	
016    Equipment and machinery	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
(18) $122,550
8,500
25,000
2,500
4,000
1,000
2,000
Total of Vote 293
Vote 294.
Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver
Salaries:
Chief Inspector 	
Assistant Chief Inspector	
Twelve Inspectors—Grade 2
Inspector—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
$8,700
7,200
76,890
4,800
4,140
2,520
$393,611
165,550 PUBLIC WORKS
P 175
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(3)
$2,616
1,800
15,000
(19)    $114,984
4,860
16,470
500
500
540
1,570
$139,424
$8,100
6,600
12,000
126,504
5,520
7,848
4,068
5,748
3,060
7,410
1,764
660
40,000
(40)    $229,282
10,800
54,000
3,200
7,500
540
5,000
$310,322
43,500
$266,822
$133,000
$4,460,512
Vote 294.
Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver-
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
-Continued
$2,820
2,160
15,200
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
013 Printing and publications 	
016 Equipment and machinery 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
(19)  $124,430
5,000
18,000
500
500
250
2,000
Total of Vote 294
Vote 295.
Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver
Salaries:
Chief Electrical Inspector   $8,700
Assistant Chief Inspector  7,200
Two Electrical Inspectors—Grade 2  13,200
Twenty-five Electrical Inspectors—Grade 1   138,960
Senior Electrical Designer   6,000
Two Senior Draughtsmen  8,730
Senior Clerk   4,320
Two Clerks—Grade 2   6,420
Clerk—Grade 1  *  2,460
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4  3,420
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2   5,640
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1  1,920
Special living allowance   1,380
Temporary assistance  40,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense
202
004
013
016
029
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications	
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
(40)  $248,350
10,800
54,000
1,500
7,500
600
Less recoverable from Traffic and Architects
Branches 	
Total of Vote 295
Salary Revision 	
$322,750
40,000
$150,680
282,750
Total, Department of Public Works
$4,508,516  RAILWAYS
P 177
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
RAILWAY DEPARTMENT
Vote 296.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Railways (paid as Minister of Labour) —
Secretary (paid by Department of Labour)
$200
750
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense   	
$200
750
$950
Total of Vote 296  	
$950
Vote 297.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister (paid by Department of Labour)	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1       _ __ _
$4,920
$5,640
8,100
25,320
$7,500
Chief Inspector         ...          _. .
(3)         18,000
Four Inspectors           ._             ...	
5,280
Inspector of Pipe-lines	
4,068
Inspector of Industrial Transport      	
3,252
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 	
3,720
3,420
2,280
180
3,060
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4    .              .
1,896
475
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance   	
(10)      $48,451
3,500
(9)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense            ..
$48,660
3,500
8,700
85
500
250
5,200
202   Travelling expense      	
375
004    Office furniture and equipment   	
250
007    Advertising and publicity   	
2,000
013    Printing and publications  	
550
016    Equipment and machinery    	
$60,326
Total of Vote 297      ....
61,695
888    Salary Revision 	
$4,680
Total, Railway Department	
$65,956
$62,645
12  RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
P 179
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(2)
(1)
(1)
(2)
$12,500
3,924
(2)  $16,424
750
2,500
$19,674
.10,800
5,760
4,284
3,372
6,186
2,436
2,700
3,060
4,548
2,520
(11)  $45,666
7,800
6,700
2,675
6,200
5,000
$74,041
$5,880
3,480
3,252
400
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
Vote 298.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister 	
Secretary 	
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense
$12,500
4,620
500
(2)  $17,620
800
3,500
Total of Vote 298
Vote 299.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Commissioner of Fisheries	
Administrative Assistant	
Chief Accountant	
Senior Clerk	
Clerk—Grade 3 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 5
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Temporary assistance	
$11,400
6,150
5,040
3,720
3,360
4,560
7,380
2,520
2,040
2,400
(11)  $48,570
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
013    Printing and publications	
030    Incidentals and contingencies —
4,050
6,000
610
5,000
3,500
Total of Vote 299
Vote 300.
Commercial Fisheries Branch
Salaries:
Supervisor of Fisheries	
Technician, Fisheries Laboratory
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 5 —
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Temporary assistance	
(3)      $13,012
$6,150
3,660
2,460
400
(3) $12,670
$21,920
67,730 P  180
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$400
1,500
1,000
900
$16,812
$303,620
3,300
(80) $306,920
33,300
90,000
6,295
4,100
7,000
16,142
22,680
5,000
$491,437
700
$490,737
$121,466
120
(26) $121,586
6,750
36,000
1,440
2,500
300
10,733
12,750
18,000
Vote 300.
Commercial Fisheries Branch-
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense	
-Continued
202
013
030
Printing and publications	
Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 300
$400
1,500
950
850
Vote 301.
Fish and Game Branch
Administrative Division
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)..
Special living allowance	
$347,810
2,940
(80)  $350,750
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   35,565
202 Travelling expense   112,375
004 Office furniture and equipment  510
007 Advertising and publicity  .  10,000
009 Clothing and uniforms   7,035
016 Equipment and machinery   6,785
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  28,750
031 Game Convention       	
$551,770
Less credits and adjustments  1,500
Total of Vote 301 	
Vote 302.
Fisheries Management Division
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)	
Special living allowance	
$136,380
120
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
009
013
014
016
021
024
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Clothing and uniforms	
Printing and publications 	
Rentals 	
Equipment and machinery	
Repairs to hatcheries, equipment,
Trout-food 	
etc.
(26)  $136,500
5,275
38,550
2,600
247
4,216
16,550
16,000
$16,370
550,270 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
P 181
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$10,000
Vote '.
Expens
Code Nc
029
Vote '.
Salarie
Sund
Spec
Expens
Code Nc
001
202
004
009
015
016
029
031
Vote [
Salarie
Sund
Spec
Expens
Code Nc
001
202
004
009
014
015
016
024
029
030
Fish and Game Branch—Cont
S02.
Fisheries Management Division—
es—Continued
.
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Less miscellaneous receipts   .. ... ... 	
nued
Continued
$1,850
$220,059
15,000
...
$221,788
5,000
Total of Vote 302 —                        	
$205,059
$216,788
S03.
Game Management Divisic
.:
ry employees (including temporary assistance).
ial living allowance  .    _      ...            ..
N
$51,778
240
$44,686
240
es:
Office expense               	
(8)      $44,926
2,250
16 200
(8)
$52,018
2,738
16,900
Travelling expense       .     .     — . ..
400
Office furniture and equipment	
800
Clothing and uniforms 	
880
6,000
700
3,250
4,000
6,000
2,500
4,950
4,000
Hire of aircraft	
Equipment and machinery  	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Game propagation 	
Total of Vote 303	
$82,026
86,486
S04.
Destruction of Predatory Animals
>:
ry employees (including temporary assistance),
al living allowance   	
es:
Office expense	
and
Birds
$52,560
720
$50,670
720
(13)      $51,390
1,710
(12)
$53,280
1,700
25,000
32,400
270
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
1,250
Clothing and uniforms                         	
1,010
180
Rentals    	
Hire of aircraft          — ...   ..
8,000
8,000
900
5,850
3,500
4,750
2,350
Equipment and machinery _      ..                ....
6,800
5,220
4,500
Food for dogs, supplies, etc.	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies                ..   	
Total of Vote 304	
$114,070
103,990 P  182
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$5,760
4,380
3,924
3,504
2,616
2,256
2,028
6,804
11,600
(10)      $42,872
2,070
7,200
200
56,000
180
90,950
4,950
4,050
450
1,500
4,500
3,500
$218,422
$6,300
6,000
512,300
6,150
$6,150
$224,572
Vote 305.
Tourist Traffic (British Columbia Government
Travel Bureau)
(a)  Travel Division (Code 30501)
Salaries:
Director   $6,900
Public Relations Assistant   4,800
Field Representative   3,900
Senior Clerk  3,960
Clerk—Grade 3   3,240
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   3,120
Stockman—Grade 2   2,700
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1   2,280
Three Clerks—Grade 1   7,800
Temporary assistance   9,840
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
009
013
020
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Advertising and publicity 	
Clothing and uniforms	
Printing and publications	
031
032
033
034
Reception centres (maintenance)	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies (including grants)   	
Marking of historic sites 	
Tourist Council 	
(11)  $48,540
1,900
6,500
200
53,000
100
80,600
4,250
1,900
Development of regional bureaux..
Tourist Clinic Workshop	
3,500
1,500
4,500
3,500
Total, Travel Division
$209,990
(b) Travel Promotion, San Francisco
(Code 30502)
Salaries:
Travel Trade Representative        $6,780
Expenses:
Code No.
202    Travelling expense ]
031    Other expenses \       '
$12,780
Less recoverable from Government
of Alberta         6,390
Total, Travel Promotion, San Francisco....
.    Total of Vote 305	
6,390
$216,380 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
P  183
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
(1)
(8)
$5,040
4,068
7,146
3,186
2,256
(6)      $21,696
300
3,330
180
1,000
11,000
2,500
450
$40,456
$7,800
12,000
(2)
10,920
(3)
13,872
8,136
6,000
10,080
(2)
8,868
5,280
4,500
5,040
4,356
5,760
5,040
30,888
4,212
10,080
3,780
3,372
4,800
8,352
2,520
4,068
2,520
4,236
1,848
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 306.
Photographic Branch
Salaries:
Chief Photographer	
Chief Assistant Photographer	
Two Assistant Photographers	
Clerk—Grade 3	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016    Equipment and machinery	
024 Photographic supplies and motion-picture production   	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 306	
Vote 307.
Parks Branch
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 7 	
Forester—Grade 5	
Two Foresters—Grade 4 ..
Five Foresters—Grade 3 _
Forester—Grade 1 	
Two Foresters-in-training
Engineer—Grade 5 	
Two Engineers—Grade 3
Engineer—Grade 2 	
Engineer—Grade 1  	
Research Assistant—Grade 3 	
Research Assistant—Grade 2 	
Engineering Assistant—Grade 3 _
Engineering Assistant—Grade 2
Forest Assistant—Grade 5 	
Five Forest Assistants—Grade 4 _.
Four Forest Assistants—Grade 3
Public Relations Assistant	
Two Rangers—Grade 2 	
Foreman, Langford Workshop 	
Gardener—Grade 4 	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 2
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 .
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1
$6,000
4,680
7,740
3,540
2,460
(6)  $24,420
750
5,400
100
800
12,380
2,200
400
$9,000
6,900
12,900
29,700
4,800
9,600
7,200
12,000
5,640
5,280
5,040
5,520
6,000
23,400
16,560
4,800
10,560
4,080
3,720
5,520
9,090
2,880
4,320
2,700
4,860
2,220
$46,450 P  184
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote
507.
$3,120
5,220
$2,748
Salarie
Cler
Two
Expens
Code Nc
001
202
004
009
016
019
020
021
029
030
Vote '.
Youth
Code Nc
888
Parks Branch—Continued
s—Continued
c-Stenographer—Grade 3  _.      ....   	
4,680
Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 	
(46)    $195,756
3,150
(46)
es:
>.
Office expense                       	
$222,630
7,400
35,000
2,100
2,000
63,100
5,000
362,670
90,000
30,700
4,000
30,600
Travelling expense .            _.
2,240
Office furniture and equipment          . _ 	
5,000
Clothing and uniforms               ..
97,600
2,000
Equipment and machinery 	
Grants and subsidies     	
432,000
Maintenance and operation          —    . 	
70,000
Maintenance and operation of equipment
76,600
4,000
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies ...     ..
$918,946
50,000
Less credits         .                -   	
$824,600
52,500
,
$868,946
Total of Vote 307                               	
$772,100
S08.
Training Programme—Expenses 	
.
Salarv Revision                                      _
$80,000
76,000
$76,500
Total, Department of Recreation and Conservation
$2,292,893
$2,174,484 SOCIAL WELFARE
P  185
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(6)
(2)
;io,8oo
8,400
6,600
5,040
3,252
2,658
$36,750
2,500
4,750
250
$44,250
$5,520
3,060
2,796
4,776
1,896
(6)      $18,048
1,200
500
$19,748
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE
Vote 309.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Provincial Secretary)       	
Secretary (paid by Provincial Secretary's Department)      	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $1,000
002 Travelling expense  —. 3,000
Total of Vote 309	
Vote 310.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Welfare 	
Director of Welfare 	
Assistant Director of Welfare	
Supervisor of Welfare—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade  5  	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4  	
Temporary  assistance 	
$11,400
9,000
6,450
5,520
3,720
3,120
600
(6)  $39,810
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 310	
2,500
4,700
Vote 311.
Family Division
Salaries:
Provincial Supervisor
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
$5,280
3,300
3,120
2,820
2,280
(5)  $16,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
Total of Vote 311
1,000
400
$4,000
47,010
18,200
13 P  186
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(38)
(37)
$5,760
37,044
20,160
136,116
19,134
317,356
167,856
4,068
6,120
98,118
86,521
13,298
2,076
7,300
(281) $920,927
75,000
$845,927
42,000
135,000
15,000
31,000
20,400
2,000
.1,091,327
92,500
Vote 312.
Field Service*
Salaries:
Supervisor—Grade 3 	
Seven Supervisors—Grade 2
Four Supervisors—Grade 1 „
Thirty-one Social Workers—Grade 4	
Five Social Workers—Grade 3 	
Ninety-one Social Workers—Grade 2	
Fifty-seven Social Workers—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 4	
Forty Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3	
Thirty-five Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 .
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
$6,300
41,760
21,180
154,830
22,410
357,180
189,240
4,320
6,840
117,370
90,280
13,980
2,280
7,300
14,575
Less recruitment saving
(281)  $1,049,845
  25,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
029
030
031
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Transfer and training of personnel
Less estimated receipts
$1,024,845
42,000
135,000
10,000
24,000
20,400
2,000
$1,258,245
80,000
$998,827
Total of Vote 312 _.           	
$1,178,245
Vote 313.
Medical Services Division
Salaries:
$10,200
5,280
9,420
2,700
3,000
3,060
12,015
1,920
$9,000
4,800
8,280
2,658
Clerk—Grade 2                                                    	
2,796
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3                 _..   .
10,818
Five Clerks—Grade 1                                   	
1,728
Clerk-Typist—Grade 1                                 	
(12)      $40,080
(13)  $47,595
ocial Workers for Social Allowances, Old-age Assistance, Universal Old Age Secur
Child Welfare, Psychiatric Services, Boys' and Girls' Industrial Schools, Welfare
trol, and Tuberculosis Control.
* This includes S
Persons' Allowances,
Venereal Disease Con
ity, Disabled
Institutions, SOCIAL WELFARE
P 187
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 313.
$5,000
1,000
650
Medical Services Division—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
$5,200
1,300
250
$46,730
Total of Vote 313
$54,345
Vote 314.
$8,532,000
2,841,000
8,332,000
519,705,000
4,757,000
514,948,000
$30,000
$500
$38,000
10,000
$28,000
Social Assistance
Code No.
041 Social Allowances (including grants, etc.)  $10,146,000
042 Medical services, drugs, etc.       3,124,000
043 Supplementary Social Allowances for the aged
and handicapped        8,150,000
$21,420,000
Less recoverable       5,811,000
Total of Vote 314     15,609,000
031    Burial of Indigents (see Vote 314)        	
Vote 315.
" Residence and Responsibility Act "—Administration
500
Vote 316.
Operation of Pavilion at New Denver
Salaries
.(15) $38,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Heat, light, power, and water
Provisions and catering 	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Medical supplies
006
010
Oil
017
020
021
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Less—
Maintenance receipts   $9,680
Deductions for board      1,200
Deductions for rent        120
100
2,000
7,000
3,000
700
500
200
$52,000
11,000
Total of Vote 316.
41,000 P  188
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$6,300
5,520
3,000
3,060
5,454
13,560
4,596
1,848
5,874
(18)      $49,212
6,300
1,500
1,000
2,000
$60,012
$500
400
200
13,000
1,273,000
25,000
1,050,000
$2,362,100
363,000
$1,999,100
$4,644
3,780
2,160
91,424
(34)    $102,008
Child Welfare Division
Vote 317.
Administration
Salaries:
Superintendent of Child Welfare 	
Deputy Superintendent of Child Welfare
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 3
Six Clerk-Stenographers—Grade 2 _
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Cierk-Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Three Junior Clerks	
Temporary assistance	
$6,900
5,400
3,420
3,300
6,240
15,420
5,280
1,980
5,880
500
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies __
Legal fees	
(18)  $54,320
6,300
2,000
500
500
1,500
Total of Vote 317
Vote 318.
Maintenance of Dependent Children and
Grants to Homes
Code No.
019   Loyal Protestant Home  $500
019    St. Ann's Convent, Nanaimo   400
019    Monastery of Our Lady of Charity  200
022    Transportation of children   13,000
031    Children's Aid Societies   1,360,000
033 Hospitalization of infants   25,000
034 C.W.D. foster homes   1,118,000
Less estimated receipts
$2,517,100
416,800
Total of Vote 318
Vote 319.
Provincial Home, Kamloops
Salaries:
Superintendent  	
Clerk—Grade 3 (Assistant Superintendent)
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2
Other  institutional  employees   (including  temporary
assistance)	
$4,530
3,720
2,400
97,240
(34)  $107,890
$65,120
2,100,300 SOCIAL WELFARE
P 189
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
$800
300
4,700
8,000
3,000
33,000
8,200
1,000
3,000
1,500
400
750
2,200
3,750
$172,608
1,380
540
66,000
$104,688
$6,900
9,216
217,104
(62)    $233,220
7,200
1,600
23,000
12,300
17,000
62,000
14,500
3,400
1,500
6,000
2,000
2,500
5,000
1,000
Vote 319.
Provincial Home,
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Kamloops—Continued
202
006
008
009
010
011
016
017
020
021
022
030
031
Heat, light, power, and water
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Provisions and catering 	
Laundry and dry-goods 	
Equipment and machinery	
Medical supplies
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation  	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Burials 	
$900
300
5,200
3,900
3,000
33,000
8,200
2,000
3,000
1,500
400
750
2,200
3,750
$175,990
Less—
Deductions for board      $960
Deductions for rent        540
Estimated receipts  70,000
  71,500
Total of Vote 319 	
Vote 320.
Industrial School for Boys, Brannen Lake
Salaries:
Superintendent   $7,500
Two Chief Supervisors  10,080
Other  institutional   employees   (including temporary
assistance)  	
236,387
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
006
008
009
010
011
016
017
020
021
022
030
031
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water __
Medical services	
Clothing and uniforms	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Equipment and machinery	
Medical supplies
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Repairs to furnishings and equipment	
(62)  $253,967
7,200
1,600
150
24,700
11,000
17,000
65,500
16,500
3,400
1,500
6,200
2,000
2,500
5,000
1,000
$104,490 P  190
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1960
$6,800
$399,020
3,600
2,694
$392,726
$6,300
151,870
(50)    $158,170
1,400
700
500
7,150
6,000
3,300
17,000
500
1,000
2,900
2,000
3,000
1,400
1,200
3,600
100
40,450
$250,370
500
$249,870
$6,900
1,200
Vote 320.
Industrial School for Boys, Brannen Lake—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
032    Training programme expense
Less-
$6,800
$426,017
Deductions for board    $3,000
Deductions for rent      4,000
7,000
Total of Vote 320
Vote 321.
Industrial School for Girls
Salaries:
Superintendent   $7,200
Chief Supervisor  4,530
Other  institutional  employees   (including temporary
assistance)   173,350
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
006
008
009
010
011
012
016
017
020
021
022
024
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water ...
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Good Conduct Fund 	
Equipment and machinery	
Medical supplies
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment	
Transportation	
Vocational and recreational supplies	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Sundry expenses re operation of new school..
(50)  $185,080
2,800
900
500
16,950
3,500
4,000
34,000
2,400
2,000
2,900
2,000
3,350
1,400
2,000
3,600
100
$267,480
Less—
Deductions for board     $1,000
Deductions for rent      1,200
2,200
Total of Vote 321
Vote 322.
$419,017
265,280
Old-age Assistance, Blind Persons' Allowances, and Disabled
Persons' Allowances Board—Administration
Salaries:
Chairman   $7,800
Member of Board  1,200 SOCIAL WELFARE
P  191
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
(11)
(74)
$5,040
5,040
4,800
4,500
12,204
3,780
10,260
2,568
89,124
2,700
2,796
2,736
28,020
2,118
20,532
$204,318
10,000
$194,318
50,000
500
1,400
1,000
1,000
$248,218
500
$247,718
$4,828,000
2,575,000
$2,253,000
$126,000
159,000
$285,000
Vote 322.
Old-age Assistance, Blind Persons' Allowances, and Disabled
Persons' Allowances Board—Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1   $5,760
Accountant   5,520
Medical Consultant   4,800
Principal Clerk  4,800
Three Senior Clerks  12,960
Social Worker—Grade 2  3,960
Three Clerks—Grade 3  11,280
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 4   3,000
Thirty-three Clerks—Grade 2  97,560
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 3   2,880
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 3   2,760
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 2   2,940
Twelve Clerks—Grade 1  30,660
Office Equipment Operator—Grade 2  2,400
Three Clerk-Typists—Grade 1   6,840
Eight Junior Clerks  16,200
Less recruitment saving
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
Travelling expense
(74)  $223,320
10,000
202
004
030
008
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies ...
Medical examinations 	
Less recoverable from Federal Government
(medical examinations) 	
Total of Vote 322 	
$213,320
55,000
500
900
1,000
600
$271,320
300
Vote 323.
Old-age Assistance and Blind Persons' Allowances     $5,000,000
Less recoverable  from  Federal   Government  and
other Provinces       2,677,000
Total of Vote 323
Mothers' Allowances and Mothers' Supplementary
Social Allowances
Code No.
041 Mothers' Allowances        	
042 Mothers' Supplementary Social Allowances      	
Total of Vote (see Vote 314) 	
$271,020
2,323,000 P  192
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 324.
$944,000
486,000
Code No.
041    Disabled Persons' Allowances
$458,000
$15,675
$194,000
Less recoverable from Federal Government
and other Provinces	
Total of Vote 324
887 Temporary Assistance	
888 Salary Revision 	
$1,160,000
603,000
$557,000
$22,375,844
Total, Department of Social Welfare
$23,057,527 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
P  193
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OUT OF INCOME
Vote 325.
$42,455,000
24,585,000
Trans-Canada Highway 	
Less Federal contribution
$42,969,000
23,251,500
$17,870,000
Vote 326.
Total of Vote 325  $19,717,500
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries
$27,130,000
'General highways (Code 32601)	
Bridges, ferry-landings, marine ways, etc. (Code
32602) 	
Hard surfacing (Code 32603) (covered in part by
earmarked funds under the " Highway Development Act" 	
$28,282,500
$27,130,000
$50,000
25,000
Total of Vote 326
Vote 327.
Okanagan Flood-control 	
Less Federal contribution
$25,000
28,282,500
$25,000
Total of Vote 327
Vote 328.
$7,500
Renovations to British Columbia House, London, England
Vote 329.
$200,000
Assistance to B.C. Fruitlands Irrigation District.
Vote 330.
$25,000
Assistance to Improvement Districts under the " Water Act'
Vote 331.
Construction of Roads in Crown Subdivisions .
Vote 332.
$280,000
Water Investigations and Power Studies .
Vote 333.
$1,000,000
University Endowment Lands
Vote 334.
J 100,000
Forestry Administration Buildings and Property .
Vote 335.
$1,835,000
135,000
Forest-development Roads
Less—
Estimated collections .
Federal contribution ..
$135,000
350,000
$1,985,000
485,000
$1,700,000
Total of Vote 335
25,000
1,700
100,000
25,000
100,000
180,000
1,000,000
75,000
1,500,000 P 194
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1959/60
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1960
Vote 336.
$1,500,000
Mining-roads                        $3,000,000
Less Federal contribution                      —      .                      1,500,000
$1,500,000
Total of Vote 336 .    	
$1,500,000
Vote 337.
$50,000
Special Mineral Surveys     .     -                     	
40,000
Vote 338.
$500,000
50,000
Development and Construction of Housing Projects               $240,000
Less recoverable       . .         ...                   40,000
$450,000
Total of Vote 338                                            _   	
200,000
Vote 339.
$5,404,000
Construction of Provincial Buildings       ..             _     $4,051,300
404,000
Less Federal contribution                          425,000
$5,000,000
Total of Vote 339               	
3,626,300
Vote 340.
$100,000
100,000
Vote 341.
50,000
Vote 342.
$720,000
Park Development                         -         	
720,000
Net Capital Expenditure out of Income     	
$56,157,500
$57,243,000
12,000,000
Vote 343.
Debt Redemption from Revenue Surplus
12,250,000
$68,157,500
$69,493,000 1958/59
Supplementary Estimates of Expenditure
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1959
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
15.   Poultry Branch 	
41a. " Soil Conservation Act" (statutory)
1,700
300
$10,000
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
42.
44.
53.
54.
58.
59.
62.
63.
66.
70.
79.
Attorney-General's Office:
Salaries 	
Travelling expense
Companies Office—Salaries 	
Official Guardian—Salaries 	
Land Registry Offices—Salaries	
Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses 	
Oakalla Prison Farm:
Salaries 	
Heat, light, power, and water
Clothing and uniforms 	
Provisions and catering 	
Earnings —
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Women's Gaol:
Salaries 	
Clothing and uniforms
Medical supplies 	
Haney Correctional Institution:
Travelling expenses 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Acquisition of buildings and grounds ..
67. Probation Office—Salaries
68. Administration of Justice:
Contingencies arising out of prosecutions
Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.) 	
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries
L Magistrates Act'
$1,200
1,000
$93,500
1,500
40,000
130,000
9,000
5,000
$20,000
3,500
500
$2,500
10,000
12,500
$15,000
20,000
$2,200
2,000
1,000
10,000
16,047
7,000
279,000
24,000
25,000
20,000
35,000
20,000
:,000 P  196
SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES,  1958/59
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
85.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
High Correspondence School:
Office expense	
Reading of students' papers .
$3,000
25,000
Less revenue .
$28,000
27,990
Teacher Registration and Examinations-
Finance Branch—Office expense	
-Examinations
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes:
(k) Community Programmes Grants	
Grants toward the Cost of Education	
Teachers' Superannuation Fund 6% (" Special Assistance in Cost of
Education Act ") 	
110.    Student-aid Loans and Teacher-training Loans
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
" Flood Relief Act " (statutory) 	
Interest on Official Guardian Deposits (statutory) 	
"Municipal Superannuation Act" (statutory) 	
" Unclaimed Money Deposits Act " (statutory) 	
" Water Act " (statutory) 	
140a.
140b.
140c.
140d.
140e.
140f. " Toll Highways and Bridges Authority Act "
140g. " Centennial Celebrations Act " (statutory) —
140h. " Fort Langley Agreement Act " (statutory) .
140i.   "Electric Power Act " (statutory) 	
140j. " Cemetery Companies Act " (statutory) 	
$10
3,500
1,000
13,000
962,000
500,000
46,000
  $15,000
  150
  125,000
  4,500
  350,000
(statutory)   1,800,000
  1,000,000
  127,000
  150,000
 ,  2,500
$1,525,510
3,574,150
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Health Branch
158.    Grants re Local Health Services Building Construction 	
Social Welfare Branch
175.    Burial of Indigents 	
177.    Social Allowances (Including Grants, etc.)   $4,443,000
Less recoverable      2,871,000
178. Operation of Pavilion at New Denver
179. Medical Services, Drugs, etc. 	
Less recoverable	
$300,000
30,000
185. Old-age Assistance, Blind Persons' Allowances, and Disabled Persons'
Allowances Board—Administration:  Office expense	
186. Old-age Assistance and Blind Persons' Allowances         $70,000
Less recoverable         35,000
189.    Disabled Persons' Allowances
Less recoverable 	
$36,000
18,000
$50,000
10,000
1,572,000
12,000
270,000
5,000
35,000
18,000
1,972,000 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES,  1958/59
P 197
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1959
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
193.
194.
197.
200.
General Administration—Office expense
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.
Vehicle Damage Claims 	
Grants and Subsidies—Grants to cities with population in excess of
15,000  	
$15,000
500,000
5,000
2,600
$522,600
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT,
TRADE, AND COMMERCE
206.    Bureau of Economics and Statistics:
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
$750
3,500
210.    Advertising and Publicity
254.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS
Forest Service
Fire Suppression (statutory) 	
$4,250
11,800
16,050
4,600,000
274a.
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
" Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act " (statutory) 	
200
282a.
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
"Local Services Act" (statutory)  	
4,000
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
285.
288.
289.
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for Elderly Citizens	
Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 76 of " Civil Service
Act," and other Government employees	
Superannuation Branch:
Salaries   $3,000
Office furniture and equipment
500
Less recoverable from Superannuation Funds administered  	
$3,500
3,490
291.
" Civil Service Superannuation Act ":
Government contributions to Superannuation Fund      $500,000
Government contributions to Retirement Fund        120,000
294.
295.
Less recoverable pursuant to miscellaneous statutory
sections	
Government House—Office expense	
$620,000
619,990
Assessment on Class  13  (the Crown), "Workmen's Compensation
Act" 	
$230,000
12,000
10
10
2,500
175,000 P  198 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES,  1958/59
No. of cci_\rtrp Fiscal Year Ending
Vote S__KV_.l-.l_. March 31, 1959
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
296. "Public Services Medical Plan Act"  $100,000
297. Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments, Grants, etc.  5,000
303.    Provincial Mental Health Services, Headquarters—American Psychiatric Association (Portion of Survey 1958/59)   15,000
312. "Public Inquiries Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 162)   250,000
313. Statutory Requirements pursuant to "Civil Service Superannuation
Act"—Miscellaneous statutory sections 16, 20a (4), 28, 51  (5),
52 (3), 53 (3), 54 (2), and 56 (2)   400,000
     $1,189,520
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
324.    Government House (Maintenance)—Maintenance of buildings and grounds   5,000
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
341.    Tourist Traffic, Travel Division—Printing and publications   2,000
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE
346.    Payments to Hospitals—Amount transferred from Consolidated Revenue pursuant
to " Hospital Insurance Act" (social services tax)        2,800,000
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OUT OF INCOME
352.    Game-conservation Projects   5,000
$16,675,277 1957/58
SCHEDULE A
SUMS REQUIRED BY HER MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31, 1958, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURE.
SERVICE
Amount
Department of Agriculture:
Entomology Branch	
Poultry Branch	
Southern Okanagan Lands Project
Subsidies on Agricultural Lime	
Department of the Attorney-General:
Companies Office 	
Supreme and County Courts	
Official Stenographers	
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses .___
Nelson Gaol 	
Oakalla Prison Farm	
Rehabilitation Forest Camp 	
Pre-release Forest Camps 	
Probation Office 	
Administration of Justice 	
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
Department of Education:
High Correspondence School
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration ....
Langford Warehouse 	
Courts of Revision 	
Assessment Appeal Board
Salary Revision 	
Department of Health and Welfare:
Provincial Infirmaries 	
Polio Vaccine Programme	
Division of Vital Statistics	
Field Service 	
Social Allowances (Including Grants, etc.)
Medical Services, Drugs, etc. 	
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce:
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London, England 	
Bureau of Economics and Statistics	
$222.43
8,375.72
28,909.03
1,439.13
$2,712.09
1,535.66
2,652.21
10,452.57
2,505.43
268,706.95
9,022.74
12,265.57
17,182.01
19,987.93
10,747.17
$11,751.42
127,994.99
$129.48
1,557.89
1,633.18
5,370.38
1,674.47
696,913.42
$8,042.34
3,500.00
178.74
34,887.72
99,590.36
120,614.32
$3,976.48
5,101.79
$38,946.31
357,770.33
139,746.41
707,278.82
266,813.48
9,078.27 P 200 SCHEDULE A
SERVICE Amount
Department of Lands and Forests:
Lands Service:
Hydraulic Surveys   $706.05
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging   483.74
Fraser River Board  8,611.69
Forest Service:
Forest Surveys   18,031.23
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Government House  $744.23
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainment, Grants, etc.   46.78
$27,832.71
791.01
Department of Recreation and Conservation:
Administration Division, Game Branch  $112,933.53
Fisheries Management Division   7,928.52
Photographic Branch   945.52
Provincial Parks   89,495.35
Capital Expenditure out of Income:
Park Development   $62,882.01
Forestry Administration Buildings   3,436.01
Water Investigations and Power Studies   68.78
211,302.92
66,386.80
$1,825,947.06
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1959
355-159-7103

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