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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1959/60
Pursuant to the Provisions of the
Audit Act, Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1948
Interim Financial Statements
For the Nine Months Ended December 31st
1959
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960  To the Honourable Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of the
Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the Audit Act, chapter 22,
R.S.B.C. 1948.
Respectfully submitted.
Department of Finance,
Victoria, January 28th, 1960.
W. A. C. BENNETT,
Premier and Minister of Finance. Victoria, January 28th, 1960.
The Honourable W. A.C. Bennett, LL.D.,
Premier and Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the Audit Act, chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1948,
the following:—
Page
(A) Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the First Nine Months
of the Fiscal Year 1959/60, viz., April 1st, 1959, to December 31st, 1959.
The statements of current account are presented on an accrual basis to show as
nearly as possible the operations of the interim period under review (section
42(a)).
(1) Summary of Interim Statements of Revenue and Expenditure
(Current Account)  5
(2) Details of Revenue (Current Account)  6
(3) Details of Expenditure (Current Account)  8
(4) Expenditure (Loans)  17
(5) Expenditure (Revenue Surplus Appropriation)  18
(B) Statement of Special Warrants Issued (section 24 (4))  19
(C) Statement of Payments Charged against 1959/60 Appropriations
Which Did Not Occur within the Period of the Account (section 36 (_•))  21
(D) Statement of Expenditures on Services during 1958/59 Fiscal Year
Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations (section 36 (_>))  22
(E) Statement of Treasury Board Overrulings (section 35)  23
Respectfully submitted.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(Al)
INTERIM STATEMENTS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE
NINE MONTHS APRIL 1st TO DECEMBER 31st,  1959
Estimated for
12 Months to
Mar. 31, 1960
Interim Period
Apr. 1 to
Dec. 31, 1959
$6,015,000
116.800,000
65.939.104
62,955,000
3,510 000
700,000
500.000
2,981,319
27,050,000
750,000
575,000
$287,775,423
$13,108,976
362,652
60,445
2.674.053
10,667,448
62.071,710
26,825,521
47.529 966
17,347,765
698,957
818,651
12,153.097
896.925
159,100
5,415.261
314,695
4,508,516
62,645
2,174,484
23,057.527
$230,908,394
57,243,000
$288,151,394
REVENUE
Property Taxes    	
Sales, Hospital Construction Aid, and Pari Mutuel Taxes..
Federal Tax Rental Agreement-
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or RoyaltieS-
Land Sales and Service Fees    	
Fines and Penalties     	
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange...
Contributions from Other Governments 	
Contributions from Government Enterprises-
Miscellaneous Revenue  ~ 	
Non-revenue and Surplus Receipts— 	
EXPENDITURE
Public Debt- _
Legislation	
Premier's Office-
Department of Agriculture— 	
Department of the Attorney-General—
Department of Commercial Transport..
Department of Education 	
Department of Finance..
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Department of Highways-
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce-
Department of Labour..     _	
Department of Lands and Forests..
Department of Mines -	
Department of Municipal AffairS-
Department of the Provincial Secretary-
Public Utilities Commission.- _
Department of Public Works 	
Railway Department-
Department of Recreation and Conservation-
Department of Social Welfare  _	
Departmental Expenditure, including Public Debt-
Capital Expenditure Out of Income 	
Excess of Revenue over Expenditure carried down..
$5 626,291
90 639 572
51-390 330
58,413,240
2,911.107
561 832
633 747
2,085.989
20,170,620
915,601
167,886
$233,516,215
$10,179,855
32 940
52 854
1,853,858
8,771,585
439.258
45 648,960
24.930.365
35,792,435
11,942,639
520,541
579 996
9,938.137
569,401
118,516
3,965,417
223,500
3,335,657
1,761,069
20,049,820
$180 706 803
35,882,509
$216 589 312
16,926,903
$233,516,215
SUMMARY
Excess of Revenue over Expenditure brought down     $16,926,903
Debt Redemption:   Supplementary Sinking Fund, proportionate accrual basis     14,180,250
Excess of Revenue over Expenditure applicable to the nine months ended
December 31st, 1959     ___
$2,746,653 W 6
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 2)
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE NINE MONTHS
APRIL 1st TO DECEMBER 3 1st,  1959
Estimated for
12Mnths
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
Service
Revenue for 9 Months
Ended Dec. 31, 1959
$275,000
3,375,000
150,000
100,000
300,000
350,000
155,000
750,000
485,000
75,000
$6,015,000
$1,500,000
1,200,000
84,000,000
28,200,000
1,900,000
$116,800,000
$65,939,104
$15,400,000
700,000
1,354,000
85,000
550,000
2,500,000
90,000
360,000
1,800,000
24,160,000
7,000,000
60,000
175,000
2,250,000
70,000
1,450,000
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
$62,560,000
Property Taxes:
Land Taxes, General:
Farm Land 	
Improved Land _
Wild Lands 	
Coal Land "A" and '
Land Taxes, Forest:
Forest Land	
Timber Land	
Tree-farm Land  	
E. & N. Railway Belt Land Tax Act-
Forest Protection Tax-
Land Taxes, Mineral:
Mineral Property Taxation Act-
$233,273
3,277,490
139,019
100,886
298,785
392,527
134,987
674,009
375,315
Sales, Hospital Construction Aid, and Pari Mutuel Taxes:
Hospital Construction Aid Tax  	
Pari Mutuel Betting Tax   — —
Social Services Tax	
Gasoline Tax— 	
Fuel-oil Tax	
Motive-fuel Users' Tax_
$1,246,083
1,250,745
64,968,147
21,670,536
1,190,115
313,946
Federal-Provincial Tax-sharing Agreements Act-
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties:
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits:
Motor-vehicle Act—proportionate accrual basis  —
Public Utilities Act  	
Natural Resources:
Game Act:  Fees and Licences	
Lands and Forests:
Grazing Fees and Permits..
Land Leases, Rentals, and Fees..
Logging Tax	
Timber Leases 	
Timber Licences   	
Timber Royalties  	
Timber Sales  	
Minerals:
Coal, Petroleum and Natural-gas Permits, Fees, Leases, and
Royalties.
Free Miners' Certificates __
Mining Receipts, General-
Mining Tax-
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims -
Water Resources: Water Rentals and Recording Fees..
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—proportionate accrual basis-
Law Stamps-
Marriage Licences-
Moving Pictures Act -
Municipal Licences, Regulated Areas, etc.-
Carried forward 	
$15,000,000
190,305
1,364,457
77,834
529,621
2,687,350
78,752
285,972
1,500,486
18,632,977
11,526,948
51,356
163,252
920,953
56,253
1,119,105
36,017
31,995
544,089
268,034
5,832
18,514
102,648
20,993
1,912,500
696,781
37,953
37,638
15,460
$5,626,291
90,639,572
51,390,330
$57,914,075 $147,656,193 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60 W 7
Details of Revenue for the Nine Months April 1st to December 3 1st, 1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
Service
Revenue for 9 Months
Ended Dec. 31, 1959
$62,560,000
200 000
$57,914,075
198,114
29,391
12,169
19,716
239,775
5147,656,193
Privileges,  Licences,  and  Natural  Resources Taxes or  Royalties—
Continued
Other—Continued
15,000
10,000
45,000
125,000
Land Sales and Service Fees:
Sales:
$62,955,000
$446,282
45,999
41,436
264,485
1,974,319
80,658
57,928
58,413,240
$550,000
55,000
40,000
400,000
2,300,000
90,000
75 000
Services:
Vital Statistics    	
$3,510,000
$21,863
165,000
699,126
75,000
1,125,000
2,911,107
$700,000
561,832
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange:   Miscellaneous Interest
Contributions from Other Governments:
$500,000
633,747
$29,151
220,000
932,168
100,000
1,700,000
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax—proportionate accrual basis.—
Contributions from Government Enterprises:
$2,981,319
$20,170,620
2,085,989
$27,000,000
50,000
$27,050,000
$167,325
561
20,170,620
$750,000
915,601
Non-revenue and Surplus Receipts:
Refunds of Previous Year's Expenditures:
$200,000
375,000
Total Revenue for Nine Months April 1st to December 31st, 1959
$575,000
167,886
$287,775,423
$233,516,215 W 8
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A3)
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE NINE MONTHS
APRIL 1st TO DECEMBER 3 1st,  1959
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Mont'ns Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$4,559,973
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
Stat.
S.W. 14
Current Account
Public Debt:
$1,723,520
5,372,217
3,084,118
15,000
5,022,884
Currency, Exchange, etc _    	
3,511,119
$13,108,976
$37,435
15,419
$10,179,855
$362,652
32,940
Premier's Office:
Premier's Office-     	
$41,445
'
19,000
Office of Economic Adviser and Co-ordinator of
Department of Agriculture:
$60,445
$19,193
50,530
18,589
117,084
17,146
13,312
12,762
267,223
39,385
44,032
38,159
8,044
7,482
35,211
175,726
31,461
12,753
8,296
19.727
49,060
63,102
43,026
45,249
3,502
58.493
7,491
36,972
11,005
357,999
934
3,813
412
4,117
330
10.448
40,601
130,000
939
50,250
52,854
$23,940
73,710
40,220
156,920
21,450
17,960
17,620
372,715
53,710
Live Stock Branch  -	
50,983
51,680
10,520
13.760
66,325
Women's Institutes      .   -
224.700
41,600
Agricultural Development and Extension Branch
17,730
4-H Clubs                  -
11,820
14,920
67,017
75,000
67,090
Milk Board              -    	
72,000
11,000
60,000
Temnorarv Assistance — 	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories- 	
15,000
30,000
10,000
Rebates on Stumping-powder _  	
Subsidies on Agricultural Lime	
750 000
7,850
1,000
750
32,000
1,200
15,000
45,000
131,773
Grasshonper-control Act    -
Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act- —
Grants toward improvement of fair grounds and
$2,674,053
1,853,858
$12,119,507 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60
W 9
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 31st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
$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
$10,667,448
$21,420
85,480
68,460
130,185
139.R65
80,075
90,690
$616,175
No. of
Vote
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 and S.W. 15
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
S.W. 9 and 10
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
Service
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward	
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  - 	
Administration of Justice	
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation  _.
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries	
Narcotic Drug Treatment- 	
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 - — - 	
Rewards for information leading to arrest and
conviction of any person charged with an offence relating to damage to person or property caused by an explosive substance	
Department of Commercial Transport:
Minister's Office  -	
General Administration-
Weigh-scale Operations..
Department of Education:
Minister's Office	
General Administration-
Curriculum Branch —	
Adult Education Branch-
High Correspondence School-
Elementary Correspondence School-
Provincial Library	
Carried forward-.
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$12,119,507
$21,450
88,979
61,627
34,572
12,865
20,600
82,278
13,669
94,258
47,477
33,120
5,830
500,199
235,646
123,989
826,714
1,816,923
36,479
142,265
53,153
1,784,972
190,039
179,456
127,371
1,523,416
214,352
297,654
852
46,339
34,494
45,380
7,737
4,565
5,624
10,337
11.250
34,654
1,000
$2,176
103,270
333,812
$17,485
60,835
50,611
97,243
100,886
52,781
64,227
8,771,585
439,258
$444,068    $21,330,350 W 10
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 31st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$616,175
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130anrfS.W. 19
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138 and S.W. 12
Current Account—Continued
$444,068    $21,330,350
54,130
Department of Education—Continued
35,930
27,339
109,050
48,339
10
36,450
155,020
62,890
10
628,550
490,903
238,314
76,150
37,909
604,610
36,089,339
2,310,952
340,170
91,200
55,890
674,120
49,658,000
Finance Branch
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes .      ...
3,000,000
50,000
36,500
66,000
20,000
38,475
9,061
171,740
512,212
3,738,001
228,489
96,000
13,108
20,276
272,175
10
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and
180,000
625,000
4,984,000
304,650
96,000
Library and Library Association Grants      	
Free Text-books, Maps, etc. - - -   .
22,500
40,945
310,000
10
Student-aid   and   Teacher-training   Scholarships
Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes	
Department of Finance:
$62,071,710
45,648,960
109,490
260,470
82,559
196,787
148 382
616,445
225,013
147,460
66,900
237,520
459,061
156,285
95,442
47,073
185,536
10
10
Office Furniture and Equipment- -  	
10
10
339,190
1,510.«0
1,000
261 872
Government Agents, etc  -
1,105,726
560
10
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
10,667
18.700
Printing   Public   Accounts,   Estimates,   Revenue
87 775
Incidentals and Contingenc-es       -
Civil   Service   Suneranmiat'on   Act—Interest   on
Superannuation and Retirement Funds	
Members of Leaislative Assembly Superannuation
41,355
507,367
1.354
Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905 	
Grants in Aid of Local Government—proportion-
2,423
8,325,000
Supr»me Court Act—Interest on Suitors' Fund
13,012
9,022
Home-owners' Subsidy- 	
7,159,896
2,565,108
^24,725.521
$21 485.216    S66 979.310 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60
W 11
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 3 1st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$24,725,521
2.000,000
100,000
139
140
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W. 6
S.W. 7
S.W. 11
"~i    '-'[.   '
;        „-f|,,|
S.W. 21
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
Current Account—Continued
$21,485,216
1,500,000
$66,979,310
Department of Finance—Continued
Toll Highways and Bridges Authority Act—pro-
portionate accrual basis - -	
5,000
53,215
310
1,100
528,956
7,904
1,988
25,000
1,319,565
2,111
Flood Relief Act    	
Municipal Act, Sec. 435 _   . _	
Grant to Village of Campbell River re Provincial
Grant to Vancouver Festival Society	
Special   allowances   and   grants  payable   during
July in commemoration of the visit of Her
Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness
The Prince Philip  	
R.C.M.P. pension adjustment re former member
of the B.C. Police-    	
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Minister's Office  	
$26,825,521
$26,614
108,856
232 845
258,700
165,300
89,865
10
10
10
82,494
10
3,685
10
10
10
45,095
15 000
3 333
666,574
296579
212,483
46,316
47.118
62 520
987,044
10
179,910
112,626
8,356
30
397.202
157,108
24,930,365
$34,320
145,100
323,170
279,000
234 000
Public Health Services:
Grants to Public Health Services, Metropoli-
120,000
10
10
10
110,000
10
12,000
10
10
10
100,000
Crippled Children (Federal Programme)	
Professional Tra'ning (Federal Programme)..
Public Health Research (Federal Programme)
Grant to G. F. Strong Rehabilitat'on Centre .
Medical Rehabilitation (Federal Programme)-
Rehabilitation Programme  	
General Public Health (Federal Programme)
Laboratory and Radiological Services (Federa'
Programme)   ;        .
Child   and   Maternal   Health   (Federal   Programme)   -	
Grants   re   Local   Health   Services   Building
20 000
5.000
986 270
380 200
288.030
56,516
69.598
Division of Venereal Disease Control... -	
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
91,060
1,200,152
10
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics
Tubercu'osis     Control     (Federal     Pro-
264,242
148,760
Poliomyelitis Pavilion   	
Mental Health Services:
14,000
30
611,786
259,400
School of Psychiatric Nursing—   	
$5,752,714
$4,205,733
$91,909,675 W 12
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 3 1st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$5,752,714
9,588,465
173
227,490
174
10
175
1,426,935
176
29,754.347
177
628,005
178
152,000
179
$47,529,966
$31,600
180
1.834.775
181
13,311,125
182
542.025
183
150,000
184
20 000
185
275.160
186
236,980
187
46,100
188
900,000
189
S.W. 5
$17,347,765
$3,645
190
41,625
191
192
53,937
129.010
193
163.720
194
20,020
195
4,000
196
50.000
197
8,000
198
225,000
199
S.W. 16
$698,957
$26,940
200
239.107
201
14800
202
40,854
203
348,265
204
3.895
205
128.380
206
10210
207
4,200
208
2,000
209
S.W. 1
	
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward	
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance—Continued
Mental Health Services—Continued
Provincial Mental Hospitals  	
Mental Health Centre	
Mental Health Care (Federal Programme)..
Homes for the Aged-
Hospital Insurance Services:
Hospital Insurance Service-
Provincial Infirmaries	
Long-term Pediatric Care	
Department of Highways:
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.-
Toll-bridge Maintenance -
Local Highways within Municipal Limits..
Vehicle Damage Claims
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic-control, etc _
Weigh-scale Operation (see Department of Commercial Transport)  	
Grants and Subsidies     	
Purchase of New Equipment-
Compensation to S. A. Hilborn for injures and
damage to truck resulting from collapse of
bridge on abandoned road 	
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and
Commerce:
Minister's Office	
General Administration
Agent-General's    Office
and
House, London, England -
British   Columbia
Bureau of Economics and Statistics-
Mechanical Tabulation Division	
Industrial and Trade Office	
Temporary Assistance ...	
Advertising and Publicity -
Provincial Exhibits, British Columbia Bu:lding	
Grant to British Columbia Research Council	
Grant to the 1961 B.C. International Trade Fair
for promotional activity during the 1959/60
fiscal year.  	
Department of Labour:
Minister's Office _
General Administration	
Board of Industrial Relations-
Factories Inspection - 	
Apprenticeship Branch	
Trade-schools Branch	
Labour Relations Branch	
Indian Advisory Act
Motor-vehicles and Accessories-
Temporary Assistance _
$818,651
Proportion of costs of study of seasonal unemployment in British Columbia, B.C. Research
Council-  	
Carried forward-	
$4,205,733    $91,909,675
6,919,929
135,937
10
894,207
23,065,830
460.789
110,000
$27,431
1,313,852
9,345,056
344,900
71.650
15,798
174,448
3,350
645,154
1,000
$1,074
30,514
40,450
100,301
120,403
13,211
32,594
6,244
168,750
7,000
$18,491
183.847
11,075
29,308
200,852
2,757
93.235
6.689
2,383
1,000
10,000
35,792,435
11,942,639
520,541
$559,637 $140,165,290 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60
W 13
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 31st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$818,651
S.W. 4
S.W. 13
S.W. 17
S.W. 18
$818,651
$21,550
210
86,180
211
49,420
212
144,080
213
159,030
214
26.558
215
9,200
216
348,655
217
134,290
218
310,280
219
191.215
220
356.530
221
74,000
222
20,000
223
224
1,500
100,000
225
226
10
2,659,386
227
894,000
228
416.668
229
488,460
230
174.847
231
98,090
232
95,650
233
10,000
234
36,000
235
394,760
236
2,485,840
237
350,000
238
578,488
239
10
240
1,390.400
241
38.000
242
10,000
243
$12,153,097
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward..
Department of Labour—Continued
Cost of actuarial report on Workmen's Compensation Act prepared by Eckler & Company
Ltd.    	
Government-supervised strike vote in lumber industry
Government-supervised strike vote in fishing industry
Remuneration and expenses of John J. Deutsch
as Industrial Inquiry Commissioner investigating disputes between various employers
represented by Forest Industrial Relations
Ltd. and various locals of the International
Woodworkers of America, represented by
District Council No. 1.  	
Department of Lands and Forests:
Minister's Office 	
Lands Service:
General Administration-—
Accounting Division	
Lands Branch — 	
Land Inspection Division	
Surveys and Mapping Branch:
Administration	
Special Commitments-
Legal Surveys Division-
Geographic Division	
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   	
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	
$559,637 $140,165,290
3,788
11,697
2,756
2,118
$17,208
65,187
37,519
112,532
130,989
18,202
9,200
270,618
95,989
247,186
107,598
267,438
49,312
15,000
48,879
10
1,957,549
725.828
305,361
302,153
128,012
80,747
55.435
7.500
11,360
312509
2,256.677
844,817
568,820
10
853,560
34,932
579,996
Carried forward-
9,938,137
$150,683,423 W  14
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 3 1st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, I960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$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
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
Stat.
$896,925
$3,250
257
63,430
258
60,120
259
30,800
260
1,500
261
Stat.
Stat.
$159,100
$30,080
262
43,860
263
264
300,000
10
265
21,850
266
267
300,000
268 and S.W. 20
47,500
269
285,000
75,000
270
75,000
271
200,000
272
227,472
273
71,834
274
10
275
160,585
276
277
11,000
278
50,000
300
279
42,000
280
2,900,000
281
282
40,000
51,000
283
482,760
284
$5,415,261
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward	
Department of Mines:
Minister's Office  	
General Administration—Titles and Accounts	
Mineralogical Branch     	
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  	
Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act	
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's Office	
Municipal Branch 	
Regional Planning Division-
Grants and Subsidies 	
Pollution-control Board 	
Municipal Act	
Local Services Act	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office	
General Administration 	
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for
Elderly Citizens 	
Queen's Printer	
Government House   	
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown)—Workmen's Compensation Act 	
Contingencies,     Incidentals,     Entertainment,
Grants, etc  	
Construction and Other Grants to Charitable
and Other Organizations	
Grant to Narcotic Foundation	
Grant re Alcohclic Treatment	
Capital Improvement District Act	
Civil Defence	
Provincial Elections Act	
Public Inquiries Act	
Civil Service Commission:
Administration     	
Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec.
76 of Cvil S-rvice Act and other Government employees	
Retiring Allowances—Civil Service Act, sec.
69, and other Government employees	
Superannuation Branch:
Administration  	
Grants—Retiring Allowances	
Civil Service Superannuation Act 	
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act  	
Teachers' Pensions Act — 	
Public Services Medical Plan Act	
$150 683,423
$16,449
103,380
106 051
29.907
102,592
99,978
17,155
62.595
20,769
50
2,306
1.476
6,628
65
$1,447
49,521
43,732
19,800
696
1,944
1,376
$22,531
31,458
195,848
10
16,596
300,000
76,345
239,585
55,000
56,250
160,526
63,024
101,899
118,419
17,872
31,502
300
30,612
2,046,117
9,103
48,876
333,544
569,401
118,516
Carried forward.
$3,955 417 $151,371,340 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1959/60
W 15
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 31st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$5,415,261
$5,415,261
$114,625
285
200,070
286
$314,695
$22,200
287
158,250
288
719,442
289
70,060
290
2,545,973
291
393,611
292
165,550
293
150,680
294
282,750
295
$4,508,516
$21,920
298
67,730
299
16,370
300
550,270
301
216,788
302
86,486
303
103,990
304
216,380
305
46,450
306
772,100
307
76,000
308i
$2,174,484
$4,000
309
47,010
310
18,200
311
1,178,245
312
54,345
313
15,609,000
314
500
315
41,000
316
65,120
317
318
2,100,300
104,490
319
419,017
320
265,280
321
322
271,020
323
2,323,000
557,000
324
S W 3
$23,057,527
Current Account—Continued
Brought forward	
S.W. 2
Department of Provincial Secretary—Continued
Grant to Bralorne Board of Trade re costs of
constructing road from Bralorne to Pember-
ton	
Public Utilities Commission:
Public Utilities Act and Cemeteries Act-
Motor Carrier Act	
Department of Public Works:
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Parliament Buildings  (Maintenance)	
Government House (Maintenance)	
Government Buildings (Maintenance) —
Rentals	
Gas Division.  	
Steam-boiler Inspection	
Electrical Energy Inspection	
Department of Recreation and Conservation:
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Commercial Fisheries Branch-
Fish and Game Branch:
Administrative Division	
Fisheries Management Division	
Game Management Division	
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds-
Tourist Traffic	
Photographic Branch-
Parks Branch	
Youth Training Programme-
Department of Social Welfare:
Minister's Office	
General Administration-
Family Division	
Field Service	
Medical Services Division-
Social Assistance —	
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 ,. 	
Old-age   Assistance   and   Blind   Persons'   Allow
ances-
Disabled Persons' Allowances-
Juvenile Delinquency Inquiry Act-
Sewerage system, Japanese project at New Denver-
Departmental Expenditure, including Public Debt	
$3,955,417 $151,371,340
10,000
$86,999
136,501
$15,597
122,253
564,025
55,184
1,842,708
286,991
115,317
96.769
236,813
$15,895
47,115
8,657
424,437
175,748
54,509
68,641
181,219
35,224
675,595
74,029
$2,014
36,105
10,749
904,972
42,370
14,639,611
27,254
46,717
1,438,711
40,636
277,251
151,450
199,329
1,789,653
419,478
3,008
20,512
3,965.417
223,500
3,335,657
1,761,069
20,049.820
5180,706,803 W 16
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1st to December 31st,
1959—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1960
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1959
$19,717,500
325
28,282,500
326
25,000
327
328 and S.W
1,700
100,000
329
330
25.000
100,000
331
180,000
332
1,000,000
333
75,000
334
1,500,000
335
1,500,000
336
40,000
337
200.000
338
3,626,300
339
100,000
340
50,000
341
720,000
342
$57,243,000
343
$12,250,000
Stat.
Current Account—Continued
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	
$11,635,201
18,085,900
10
882
16,036
5,000
62,524
40,849
1,000,000
28,626
1,307,086
976,429
16,205
147,028
1,842,282
66,012
44,753
607,686
Capital Expenditure Out of Income .
Debt Redemption from Revenue Surplus:
Supplementary  Sinking  Fund—proportionate  accrual basis	
Supplementary  Sinking  Fund—proportionate  accrual basis	
$35,882,509
$9,187,500
$4,992,750 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1959/60
(A 4)
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STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF MONEYS RAISED BY LOAN
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES,
APRIL 1st TO DECEMBER 3 1st,  1959
Nil. W 18
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 5)
STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES,
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE, FOR SPECIFIC
PURPOSES, APRIL 1st TO DECEMBER 3 1st,  1959
Nil. COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60
(B)
W 19
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SESSIONS
OF 1959 AND  1960
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
Mar. 25, 1959
Mar. 31, 1959 |        33
July   27, 1959 |        14
Jan.   26, 1960
July   17, 1959
July   17, 1959
Aug.
7, 1959
15
Dec.
29, 1959
22
June
18, 1959
6
June
25, 1959
7
July
27, 1959
11
26
10
July   27, 1959 |        12
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TO  MEET  EXPENDITURES   FOR  THE  FISCAL
YEAR ENDING  MARCH  31st,   1959
Department of the Attorney-General
Supplementary Vote 72 (Alcoholic Treatment)	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Grant  re British  Columbia Hockey  Championship—
TO MEET EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING MARCH  31st,   1960
Department of Agriculture
Grants to assist in improvements of fair grounds and
erection of buildings,  to:—■
Cowichan Exhibition Association   $5,000.00
Luxton Fall Fair        750.00
Lower Fraser Valley Exhibition
Association        5,000.00
Central Fraser Valley Fairs Association. 2,500.00
Maple Ridge Agricultural Society, Haney. 3,500.00
Interior Provincial Exhibition, Armstrong 25,000.00
North Thompson Fall Fair, Louis Creek...    1,000.00
Cariboo Agricultural Society, Quesnel     1,000 00
Prince George Agricultural Association     1 000 00
Bulkley Valley Fall Fair, Smithers     1.500.00
Dawson Creek Agricultural Society    3,000.00
North Peace River Fall Fair       1,000.00
Grant to Village Commission at Harrison Hot Springs
to assist in defraying the cost of strengthening
the dyke at Harrison Lake	
Department of the Attorney-General
Reward, payable to Bertollo Castanelli, for information leading to arrest and conviction of any person
charged with an offence relating to damage to
person or property caused by an explosive substance       -—	
Reward, payable to Peter David Brown, for information leading to arrest and conviction of any person charged with an offence relating to damage
to person or property caused by an explosive
substance     .	
Supplementing Vote 72 (Constitutional Litigation and
General Law Costs)  	
Department of Education
Purchase  of Mungo Martin  collection of ceremonial
equipment 	
Department of Finance
Grant   to  Village   of   Campbell   River   re   Provincial
Home-owner Grant Act  	
Grant to Vancouver Festival Society to assist the
Society to carry out its operations during  1959....
Special allowances and grants payable during the
month of July to recipients of Provincial Government Supplementary allowances to aged and
handicapped persons, to recipients of social allowances and their dependents during the month of
July, and special grants payable to Children's
Aid Societies, in commemoration of the visit of
Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness
The Prince Philip
Supplementing Vote   138   (Salary Revision).
$25,000.00
2,500.00
$25,000.00
2,500.00
50,250.00
8,450.00
750.00
250.00
50,000.00
1,000.00
1,988.00
25,000.00
50,250.00
750.00
250.00
34,821.20
1,000.00
1,988.00
25,000.00
1,500,000.00
1,900,000.00
1,319,565.00
1,332,038.29 W 20 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Statement of Special Warrants Issued between the Sessions of 1959 and 1960—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
Oct.     1, 1959 19
Oct.   27, 1959 ]       21
May  25, 1959 | 5
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Aug.    7, 1959 |        16
Dec.   18, 1959 |        23
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I
Apr.  27, 1959 I 1
June    1,1959
July   27, 1959 |        13
I
Aug.  14, 1959 |        17
Oct.     1, 1959
18
I
Jan.   26, 1960 |        24
Apr.  27, 1959 | 2
Oct.     9, 1959 |        20
Jan.   26, 1960 |        25
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June    1,1959 | 3
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July   27, 1959 | 8
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TO MEET EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING MARCH 31st, 1960—Continued
Department of Finance—Continued
Supplementing   Vote    130    (Incidentals   and   Contingencies)   re extraordinary expenses in connection
with elimination of Provincial net debt 	
R.C.M.P. pension adjustment re /ormer member of
B.C.  Police 	
Department of Highways
Compensation payable to S.  A.  Hilborn  for injuries
and  damage to truck resulting from  collapse of
bridge on abandoned road	
Department of  Industrial Development,
Trade, and Commerce
Grant to the 1961 B.C. International Trade Fair for
promotional activity in connection with the  1961
Trade Fair	
Grant to the 1961 B.C. International Trade Fair for
promotional activity in connection with the 1961
Trade Fair    __	
Department of Labour
Authorizing payment of $10,000 to British Columbia
Research Council—proportion of costs of study of
seasonal unemployment in British Columbia	
Cost of actuarial report on Workmen's Compensation
Act prepared by Eckler & Company Ltd., Consulting Actuaries  _	
Expenses in connection with a Government-supervised
strike vote of employees in the lumber industry	
Expenses in connection with a Government-supervised
strike vote of employees in the fishing industry ...
Remuneration and expenses of John D. Deutsch as
Industrial Inquiry Commissioner investigating the
disputes between Forest Industrial Relations Ltd.,
representing the employers, and District Council
No. 1 of the International Woodworkers of
America, representing the employees 	
Department of Municipal Affairs
Estimated cost of participation by the Province in the
Municipal   Winter   Works   Incentive   Programme
up to March 31, 1960 	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Grant to Bralorne Board of Trade to assist in defraying  cost   of constructing  road from  Bralorne to
Pemberton   	
Supplementing  Vote  268,   (Contingencies,   incidentals,
Entertainments, Grants, etc.)	
Supplementing Vote 269, (Construction and Other
Grants to Charitable and Other Organizations 	
Department of Social Welfare
Estimated cost of sewerage system in relation to Japanese project at New Denver    .. -
Capital Expenditure Out of Income
Supplementing   Vote   328,    (Renovations   to   British
Columbia House, London, England	
$15,000.00
2,111.07
1,000.00
7,000.00
$14,125.51
2,111.07
1,000.00
7,000.00
5,000.00 1 5,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
3,788.00
3,788.00
13,500.00
11,697.03
3,000.00
2,756.31
I
2,118.27 2,118.27
300,000.00
10,000.00
45,000.00
25,000.00
22,000.00
12,000.00
10,000.00
30,611.09
20,512.90
9,800.12 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60
(C)
W 21
STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS CHARGED AGAINST 1959/60 APPROPRIATIONS
WHICH DID NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE PERIOD OF THE ACCOUNT
Vouchers aggregating $697,095. W 22
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(D)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED
MARCH 3 1st,  1959
Statement of Expenditures on Services Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations from April
1st, 1958, to March 31st, 1959, and for Which Overexpenditure the Sanction
of Parliament Is Required
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
6
10
11
15
25
43
44
48
49
52
55
56
57
59
63
64
65
67
68
69
73
81
83
85
92
93
110
113
115
128
129
141
160
173
174
175
177
179
181
192
198
214
218
Premier's Office
Office of Economic Adviser and Co-ordinator of
Provincial Finances	
Department of Agriculture
Minister's Office	
Plant Pathology Branch_
Entomology Branch	
Poultry Branch	
Southern Okanagan Lands Project-
Department of the Attorney-General
General Administration	
Companies Office -	
Fire Marshal Act	
Censor of Moving Pictures-
Official Committee _.
Supreme and County CourtS-
Official Stenographers	
Motor-vehicle Branch	
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses .
Women's Gaol	
Prince George Men's Gaol	
Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camp	
Probation Office   - 	
Administration of Justice  	
Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs
Department of Education
Minister's Office   	
Curriculum Branch	
High Correspondence School..
Text-book Branch —
Inspection of Schools and School Services 	
Student-aid Loans and Teacher-training Loans	
Department of FtNANCE
Minister's Office	
Controlling and Audit Branch-
Courts of Revision	
Assessment Appeal Board-
Department of Health and Welfare
Minister's Office	
Local Health Services .	
Field Service	
Medical Services Division-
Burial of Indigents-
Social Allowances (Including Grants, etc.)_
Medical Services, Drugs, etc. -
Maintenance of Dependent Children and Grants
to Homes 	
Department of Highways
Minister's Office	
Vehicle Damage Claims, etc	
Department of Labour
Minister's Office	
Apprenticeship Branch-
$18,600.00
22,908.00
19,650.00
16,640.00
58,863.00
49,470.00 |
111,208.00
78,368.00
109,076.00
17,371.00
39,968.00
281,850.00
136,562.00
958,360.00
47,000.00
229,906.00
207,194.00
152.352.00
192,736.00
357,300.00
1.500.00
65,000.00
20 832.00
67,382.00
163,436.00
10.00
618,024.00
101,000.00
5,112.00
302,961.00
9 000.00
15,500.00
31,968.00
756,676.00
998,827.00
46 730 00
40,000.00
5,838 000 00
2,808,000.00
1,999,100.00
30,388.00
25,000.00
25,668.00
374,224.00
$18,717.12
23,703.24
20,022.50
16,676.65
62,061.72
65,928.99
111,322.49
78,687.81
110,095.22
17,474.24
40,663.50
288,554.76
142,619.67
989,489.11
49,711.23
235,615.36
224.577.59
156,329.57
203,665.26
461,959.61
1.622.38
82,812.79
20 907.60
68,096.23
177,439.89
25,403.78
621,324.31
103,212.17
5,466.57
303.003.01
21.998.24
22,353.99
32,683.81
757,433.67
1,067,954.18
47 005.30
62,056.54
6.130 308.33
2,814,558.80
2,067,183.03
31,335.64
28,688.98
27,948.06
379,041.71
$117.12
795.24
372.50
36.65
3,198.72
16,458.99
114.49
319.81
1,019.22
103.24
695.50
6,704.76
6,057.67
31,129.11
2,711.23
5,709.36
17,383.59
3,977.57
10,929.26
104,659.61
122.38
17,812.79
75.60
714.23
14,003.89
25,393.78
3,300.31
2,212.17
354.57
42.01
12.998.24
6,853.99
715.81
757.67
69,127.18
275 30
22,056.54
292 308.33
6,558.80
68,083.03
947.64
3,688.98
2,280.06
4,817.71 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1959/60 W 23
Unprovided Items in Expenditure for Fiscal Year Ended March 31st, 1959—Continued
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
225
255
265
284
287
289
293
294
297
301
334
338
343
351
Department of Lands and Forests
Minister's Office  	
Forest Surveys	
Department of Mines
Inspection Branch  	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
General Administration	
Blanket Bond	
Superannuation Branch-
Queen's Printer	
Government House	
Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainment, Grants
etc	
Collections Office..
Department of Recreation and Conservation
Minister's Office  	
Fisheries Management Division-
Provincial Parks Branch	
Capital Expenditure Out of Income
Park Development	
$21,862.00
570,560.00
115,462.00
39,880.00
10,000.00
310.00
10.00
20,572.00
55,000.00
10,564.00
19,674.00
205,059.00
868,946.00
720,000.00
$20,107,619.00
$22,607.93
617,363.94
115,490.17
41,522.33
10,211.50
1,098.17
8,868.67
21,039.43
56,672.51
10,658.19
19,745.34
214,805.60
894,386.88
727,892.16
I
$20,980,077.47
$745.93
46,803.94
1,642.33
211.50
788.17
8,858.67
467.43
1,672.51
94.19
71.34
9,746.60
25,440.88
7,892.16
$872,458.47 W 24
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(E)
TREASURY BOARD OVERRULINGS
Nil.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960
205-160-2509

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