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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liquor Control Board
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Thirty-ninth Annual Report
April 1st, 1959, to March 31st, 1960
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960  To His Honour George R. Pearkes, V.C., P.C., C.B., D.S.O., M.C,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Thirty-ninth Annual Report of
the Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1960.
A ttorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., November 23rd, 1960.
R. W. BONNER,
A ttorney-General. Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., November 7th, 1960.
The Honourable R. W. Bonner, Q.C.,
A ttorney-General,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Thirty-ninth Annual Report
of the Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1960.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
D. McGUGAN,
Chairman. Report of the Liquor Control Board
INTRODUCTION
The Liquor Control Board presents the Thirty-ninth Annual Report, covering
the operations from April 1st, 1959, to March 31st, 1960.
Appendix A.—Accounts
The accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required
by section 146 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the statistical data as
required by section 141 of the said Act, are shown in the appendices as follows:—
Balance-sheet ] Statement of Accounts for the period April 1st,
Trading Account I        1959, to September 30th, 1959, and October
Profit and Loss Account.___.-J 1st, 1959, to March 31st, 1960.
Appendix B.—Law Enforcement
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1st, 1959, to March 31st, 1960.
Appendix C.—Administration
Regulations and Amendments Thereto.
Amendments and Additions to Price Lists.
Statement of Premises Owned, Leased, and Rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor Issued by Physicians.
Statement of Permits Issued from April 1st, 1959, to March 31st, 1960.
Chart Illustrating by Electoral Districts the Sale of Liquor and Administration
of the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
STAFF
The Board acknowledges with pleasure the co-operation and loyalty of the
members of the staff throughout the Province during the year under review.
The number of employees on the permanent staff of the Liquor Control Board
as of March 31st, 1960, was 733, there being 701 men and 32 women.
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES AND GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES
New premises were occupied by the Board for use as a Government Liquor
Store at the following location: 1949 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C., in Victoria Electoral District, on December 9th, 1959.
The Board was able to secure new premises with off-street parking at more
advantageous locations in the following centres: White Rock, in Delta Electoral
District, on April 1st, 1959, and Port Coquitlam, in Dewdney Electoral District, on
lanuary 28th, 1960.
Additional property was purchased adjacent to the Government Liquor Store
at Mission for the construction of a retaining-wall.
Liquor Store hours were revised to conform with the late closing shopping
hours of the community, and to extend six-days-a-week service to the public (except
in areas where one-man stores exist).
In order to give added service at the Christmas season, the Board arranged that
all its single-shift stores throughout the Province should remain open on December
23rd, 1959, until 9 p.m. Stores that opened for one-half day on Mondays or Wednesdays remained open to the public the full day on December 21st, 23rd, 28th, and
30th, 1959. These added hours, as in the past, proved beneficial in serving the
public.
5 D 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
STOCKS
The value of stock as at March 31st, 1960, amounted to $6,835,546.97, being
an increase of $853,800.29 in value at March 31st, 1959.
SALES
The total sales of $96,309,693.19 show an increase over the previous fiscal
year of $1,658,289.06. For comparative purposes, classification of sales is given
hereunder for the fiscal years ended March 31st, 1959, and March 31st, 1960:—
Comparative Classification of Sales
Wine and Spirits  year 1959/60 Year 1958/59
Spirits:    Rye   whisky,   Bourbon
whisky, Scotch whisky, Irish
whisky,   brandy,   gin,   rum,
alcohol   $49,998,574.76 $48,721,729.85
Liqueurs, cocktails, vermouth __...      1,201,936.27      1,121,787.27
$51,200,511.03 $49,843,517.12
Port, sherry, and still burgundy ...       $548,754.67       $521,685.64
Champagne and sparkling wine ... 214,357.38 186,286.50
Claret and sauternes  367,536.25 339,189.84
$1,130,648.30 $1,047,161.98
1 ______________________________
British Empire wines—
British Columbia   $2,690,777.37 $2,544,502.65
Australian   485,461.19 450,928.23
Ontario  556,955.52 477,549.29
South African  106,997.35 96,148.01
$3,840,191.43    $3,569,128.18
Oriental wines .  $26,760.24 $24,406.15
Malt liquors—
British Columbia beer,  ale, and ■
stout   $39,680,683.09 $39,645,861.20
Eastern Canadian beer and ale  . 89,482.41 208,606.98
Great Britain and Ireland ale and
stout   341,416.69 312,722.52
$40,111,582.19 $40,167,190.70
Totals  $96,309,693.19 $94,651,404.13
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DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period
under review amounted to $16,519,052.07, the details of which are as follows,
and for convenience a comparison is shown with the duty, excise, and sales tax paid REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 7
to the Federal Government during the fiscal year immediately preceding the period
under review:—
Fiscal Year 1959/60 Fiscal Year 1958/59
Duty   $3,719,071.06        $3,505,790.68
Excise     9,940,934.22 9,018,399.96
Sales tax     2,859,046.79 2,353,986.07
The figures quoted do not represent the total duty, excise, and sales tax on
merchandise sold during the period under review, but only that paid by the Liquor
Control Board on goods that were cleared by it through the Customs and Excise
Departments during the said period. The above total does not include taxes paid
direct to the Federal Government by Canadian breweries, by Canadian wineries,
and by Canadian distilleries on liquor purchased by the Board duty paid.
Nil.
INSURANCE
Fire
Burglaries
Burglaries occurred at the following Government Liquor Stores during the
period under review:—
Date
Store
Value, Including
Cash, Goods Stolen,
and Equipment
Damaged
April 9th, 1959 Wells   $27.48
June 16th, 1959 Ladysmith   276.01
October 20th, 1959 Wells        6.52
December 28th, 1959 South Burnaby  287.69
January 6th, 1960 Osoyoos   135.84
January 26th, 1960 Haney   314.41
March 15th, 1960 Alberni     33.77
The above claims were settled in full by the insurance company without loss
to the Board.
PERMITS
The detailed statement showing the sale of each variety of permits is shown
in Appendix C. Pursuant to the provisions of section 145 of the Government
Liquor Act, 1953, the revenue derived from the sale of permits was transmitted to
the Honourable Minister of Finance to be accounted for as part of the general
revenue of the Province, and amounted to $39,367.25, being an increase of
$3,200.75 over the previous year.
LICENCES
The following summary indicates the number of licences issued, the number of
licences suspended or cancelled, and the licences transferred during the period
under review:—
Licences Issued
Issued from
Apr. 1,1959,
to Dec. 31, 1959,
for Year 1959
Issued from
Jan. 1,1960,
to Mar. 31, 1960,
for Year 1960
Total Issued for
Fiscal Year
Ended
Mar. 31,1960
Public-house licences	
Dining-room licences—
Dining-lounge licences.
Lounge licences	
Brewers' licences	
Distillers* licences	
Totals	
13
9
30
27
79
498
109
179
407
1,205
511
118
209
434
8
4
1,284 D 8
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Licences Transferred
Transfers from
Apr. 1 to
Dec. 31, 1959,
for Year 1959
Transfers from
Jan. 1 to
Mar. 31, 1960,
for Year 1960
Total Transfers
for Fiscal Year
Ended
Mar. 31, 1960
56
3
7
7
15
1
3
3
71
4
Dining-lounge licences	
10
10
Totals               	
73
22
95
Licences Suspended or Cancelled
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review
Was as follows: — Surrendered or
Suspended Cancelled
Public-house licences   23 6
Dining-room licences      3 8
Dining-lounge licences      0 1
Lounge licences      1 6
Totals  27 21
INTERDICTIONS
Eight hundred and seventy-three orders of interdiction were made pursuant to
the provisions of section 97 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
Six hundred and seventy-eight orders of revocation of orders of interdiction
were made pursuant to section 99 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported to the
Board under section 150 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
Disposition of liquor seized and forfeited to the Crown was carried out in
accordance with the provisions of sections 108 and 109 of the Government Liquor
Act, 1953.
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
The following is an analysis of inspections, investigations, and interviews
carried out by the Inspectors of the Liquor Control Board during the period under
review:—
Premises covered by public-house licences     10,213
Premises covered by dining-room licences       1,472
Premises covered by dining-lounge licences       2,641
Premises covered by lounge licences       4,462
Total number of investigations  985
Total number of interviews       3,448
Total number of miles travelled by various means of transportation   152,452
Improvement in the existing hotels has continued throughout the Province,
both in the hotels proper and licensed premises, involving an expenditure of
$5,053,181.62. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 9
New hotels construction, providing first-class accommodation for the travelling public, totalled a capital outlay of $1,795,937.00. This was spent on four new
hotels, totalling 173 rooms. In each instance the hotels are a credit to the hotel
industry.
This Department has enjoyed the utmost co-operation from the hotels' associations, the Provincial commands of the veterans' organizations, and the Canadian
Restaurant Association (Vancouver Branch), together with the various law-
enforcement bodies and Government departmental agencies throughout the Province, for which the Board wishes to express its thanks.
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS FOR THE YEAR
ENDED MARCH 31st, 1960
Sales—
To the public  $69,758,601.53
Licensees       26,551,091.66
  $96,309,693.19
Cost of merchandise sold—
Stock on hand, April  1st,
1959    $5,981,746.68
Purchases   65,387,926.27
  $71,369,672.95
Less stock on hand, March 31st, 1960      6,835,546.97
     64,534,125.98
Gross profit  $31,775,567.21
Operating expenses—
Warehouses          $511,531.79
Retail stores        3,639,866.40
Administrative and general  685,810.53
      4,837,208.72
Operating profit   $26,938,358.49
Other income—
Licence fees       $423,632.95
Social services tax        105,069.91
Sundry  .          20,595.29
 $549,298.15
Sundry expenses—
Law  enforcement  and  inspection       $102,076.90
Maintenance of prisoners....       100,896.27
Plebiscites   3,169.13
206,142.30
  343,155.85
Net profit for the year ended March 31st, 1960  $27,281,514.34 D  10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX A
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT SEPTEMBER 30th, 1959
ASSETS
CURRENT:
Cash in bank   $18,671.76
Cash in hands of warehouse managers and vendors     444,400.00
Cash in transit to Provincial Treasury  1,020,458.60
Accounts receivable  _     22,070.75
Inventories of merchandise at cost, as determined and certified by officials of
the  Board        7,684,202.76
Advance  payments  for  merchandise-   _  245,254.04
LAND, BUILDINGS, AND EQUIPMENT:
Land at cost    _       $340,412.64
Buildings at cost, less depreciation _ _      1,389,682.10
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment at cost, less depreciation. _        124,721.23
1,435,057.91
t,815.97
214,787.90
$11,504,661.78
LIABILITIES
CURRENT:
Accounts payable—general           $2,852,986.57
GENERAL RESERVE          1,050,500.00
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, WORKING CAPITAL ADVANCES   _     7,601,175.21
PREPAID AND DEFERRED:
Unexpired premiums:
General insurance        $49,278.72
Fidelity  bonds       1,898.34
Retirement   annuities   _       157,303.64
Employees'   group   insurance       6,307.20
$11,504,661.78
D. McGUGAN. T. McGIMPSEY,
Chairman. Chief Accountant.
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended September 30th, 1959,
have been examined under my direction and that in my opinion the above balance-sheet is properly drawn up so
as to exhibit a true and correct view of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and
the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C., December 7th, 1959. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D  11
APPENDIX A—Continued
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS FOR THE SIX MONTHS
ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1959
SALES:
To the public       -  $32,894,490.56
Licensees       -     14,436,582.83
COST OF MERCHANDISE SOLD:
Stock on hand April 1st, 1959   $5,981,746.68
Purchases   _ _   33,971,758.17
$47,331,073.39
$39,953,504.85
Less stock on hand, September 30th, 1959  _      7,684,202.76
     32,269,302.09
GROSS   PROFIT -    $15,061,771.30
WAREHOUSE EXPENSES:
Salaries  and  wages _ _    $182,575.36
Rents and  storage  _   — 17,797.81
Insurance     - -      16,670.50
Telephone and telegraph      1.980.62
Light, water, and fuel _     3,598.14
Depreciation         9,588.12
Sundries   (including  alterations)     14,868.06
Postage     —   -  400.00
RETAIL STORES EXPENSES:
Salaries  and  wages  _  $1,441,688.18
Rents         48,142.86
Insurance       _    6,743.65
Postage  and  express .        3,631.81
Telephone  and  telegraph _     8,342.13
Light, water,  and fuel       35,362.88
Depreciation     _   182,162.26
Sundries   (including  alterations)   __    42,882.21
Vendors' relief expenses    _.  14,780.79
$247,478.61
1,783,736.77
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSES:
Salaries  _  $87,895.94
Travelling         16,677.01
Printing and stationery        38,104.69
Mechanical tabulation _ -   _ _  10,599.96
Postage and express       4,440.27
Bank charges   _       895.08
Unemployment insurance     1,643.20
Retirement grants _   _   782.34
Retirement allowance contributions     92,067.13
Public services employees' medical plan _  16,690.00
Insurance   —     165.05
Telephone and telegraph     . 1,818.46
Light, water, and fuel    — 1,891.99
Property  charges        65,050.86
Mechanical   maintenance       6,581.24
Workmen's   Compensation  Board    2,030.39
Fidelity bonds      569.50
Employees' group insurance  _   4,895.68
Depreciation          3,803.65
Sundries   (including   alterations)  2,459.66
359,062.10
      2,390,277.48
OPERATING PROFIT _    $12,671,493.82
OTHER INCOME:
Licence fees:
Dining-rooms, dining-lounges, and lounges ~     $7,000.00
Public  houses      _  450.00
Dining-room, dining-lounge, and lounge 2-per-cent monthly
licensing fees    32,566.64
Public-house 2-cents-per-gallon monthly licensing fees.   88,591.00
Transfer fees      1,275.00
Sundry:
Rents    _    $5,300.79
U.S. premium __      11.24
Miscellaneous    _      4,119.74
$129,882.64
9,431.77
49,540.89
SUNDRY EXPENSES: $188,855.30
Law enforcement and inspection— _ _        $51,238.48
Maintenance of prisoners  _           38,950.52
Social services tax collected.— _ _   $1,651,363.04
Less paid to Social Services... __ - _.     1,601,822.15
90,189.00
  98,666.30
NET PROFIT for the six months ended September 30th, 1959, transferred to the Consolidated Revenue Fund, Province of British Columbia  $12,770,160.12 D 12 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX A—Continued
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31st, 1960
ASSETS
CURRENT:
Cash in bank __ __    $209,106.55
Cash in hands of warehouse managers and vendors     445,900.00
Cash in transit to Provincial Treasury  _    1,086,353.08
Accounts  receivable       _  17,435.99
Inventories of merchandise at cost, as determined and certified by officials of
the  Board       _ _ _  6,835,546.97
Advance  payments  for  merchandise     _  210,143.82
LAND, BUILDINGS, AND EQUIPMENT:
Land at cost       $341,112.64
Buildings at cost, less depreciation _        1,294,500.94
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment at cost, less depreciation        105,846.21
$8,804,486.41
1,741,459.79
PREPAID AND DEFERRED:
Unexpired premiums:
General insurance ..._ _      $26,855.17
Fidelity   bonds   _ _    1,328.84
Retirement annuities          62,921.45
Employees' group insurance    2,102.40
  93,207.86
$10,639,154.06
LIABILITIES
CURRENT:
Accounts   payable—general _....       $2,793,814.82
GENERAL RESERVE   _     __       1,050,500.00
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, WORKING CAPITAL ADVANCES       6,794,839.24
$10,639,154.06
D. McGUGAN, T. McGIMPSEY,
Chairman. Chief Accountant.
I certify that the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended March 31st, 1960,
have been examined under my direction and that in my opinion the above balance-sheet is properly drawn up so
as to exhibit a true and correct view of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and
the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
C J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D  13
APPENDIX A—Continued
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS FOR THE SIX MONTHS
ENDED MARCH 31st, 1960
SALES:
To the public-
Licensees   	
$36,864,110.97
12,114,508.83
COST OF MERCHANDISE SOLD:
Stock on hand, October 1st,  1959-
Purchases    	
$48,978,619.80
$7,684,202.76
31,416,168.10
Less stock on hand, March 31st, 1960.
$39,100,370.86
6,835,546.97
GROSS   PROFIT   _
WAREHOUSE EXPENSES:
Salaries   and  wages—	
Rents  and storage	
Insurance
32,264,823.89
$16,713,795.91
Telephone  and telegraph-
Light, water, and fuel	
Depreciation
Sundries   (including  alterations).
Postage  	
$186
22
16
2
4
6
24
647.32
,311.96
,305.82
,665.99
722.14
105.23
893.12
401.60
RETAIL STORES EXPENSES:
Salaries   and  wages	
Rents
$264,053.18
Insurance    	
Postage and express  	
Telephone and telegraph
Light, water, and fuel-	
Depreciation
Sundries (including alterations)
Vendors' relief expenses  	
$1,522,
51
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3;
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52.
159.
49,
1,
,707.30
,888.30
,596.13
.974.97
,644.64
,081.03
,007.02
635.36
594.88
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSES:
Salaries   	
Travelling
1,856,129.63
Printing and stationery   	
Mechanical tabulation    	
Postage and express	
Bank   charges   —   	
Unemployment insurance   —	
Retirement  grants     -	
Retirement allowance  contributions  —	
Public services employees' medical plan-
Insurance       	
Telephone and telegraph  	
Light, water, and fuel   	
Property  charges    _ 	
Mechanical   maintenance   - _	
Fidelity bonds 	
Employees' group insurance
Depreciation
Sundries (including alterations)
OPERATING PROFIT
$87.
14,
54,
12.
4,
,449.23
,967.61
752.10
,366.78
,771.68
988.62
,522.92
734.82
,850.99
.380.95
161.45
.041.48
,051.49
835.23
.194.17
569.50
.052.62
.871.97
.184.82
326,748.43
2,446,931.24
$14,266,864.67
OTHER INCOME:
Licence fees:
Dining-rooms, dining-lounges, and lounges..
Public houses
Dining-room, dining-lounge, and lounge 2-per-cent monthly
licensing fees    	
Public house 2-cents-per-gallon monthly licensing fees 	
Transfer fees
Brewers and distillers
Sundry:
Rents    	
U.S.  premium 	
$83,350.00
33,925.00
33,289.80
65,484.25
1,100.00
76,601.26
Miscellaneous
Workmen's Compensation Board
Social services tax collected..
Less paid to Social Services..
SUNDRY EXPENSES:
Plebiscites
Law enforcement and inspection
Maintenance   of  prisoners	
$5,971.73
75.30
3,486.91
1,629.58
$1,850,966.99
1,795,437.97
$3,169.13
50,838.42
61,945.75
$293,750.31
11,163.52
55,529.02
$360,442.85
115,953.30
244,489.55
NET PROFIT for the six months ended March 31st. 1960, transferred to the Consolidated Revenue Fund, Province of British Columbia	
$14,511,354.22 D  14 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B
Summary of Prosecutions under the Government Liquor Act, 1953,
April 1st, 1959, to March 3 1st, 1960
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$50.00
400.00
2,100.00
290.00
39,312.00
6,632.50
30,025.00
100.00
50.00
37,130.00
64,100.00
350.00
3,200.00
1,685.00
250.00
4,820.00
5,230.00
$50.00
Section 58.—Prohibition of liquor other than beer in public
400.00
2,100.00
Section 60.-—Minors on licensed
290.00
Section 61.—Prohibitions as to
39,312.00
Section   62.—Supplying   liquor
6,632.50
Section  64.—Unlawful sale  of
30,025.00
Section 65.—Unlawful purchase
of liquor within Province — .
Section 66.—Purchase of liquor
100.00
50.00
Section   67.—Consumption   of
liquor in public place. 	
Section   68. — Drunkenness   in
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Section   74. — Keeping   of  un-
$50.00
22,085.00
37,180.00
86,185.00
350.00
Section   76.—Supplying   liquor
interdicted persons	
Section 77.—Disqualification of
interdicted person	
3,200.00
1,685.00
250.00
Section 81.—Keeping liquor in
4,820.00
Section 97.—Liquor in posses-
5,230.00
Section 110.—Closing premises
Section    113.—Arrest    without
warrant and examination  as
to source of liquor  	
Totals	
20,387
3,835
408
6,580
7,621
1,943
$195,724.50 |$22,135.00
1
$217,859.50
Padlocking ordered, no fine imposed. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 15
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police
Regulation 15.—Prohibition as to Hours of Sale
Disposition
Electoral District
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1
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$50.00
$50.00
Section 58.—Prohibition of Liquor Other than Beer in Public Houses
Cariboo:
3
1
1
1
1
	
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
$100.00
$100.00
Dewdney:
Kamloops:
50.00
50.00
50.00
Lillooet:
50.00
Nelson-Creston:
Omineca:
1
2  1  	
2
1
1  |  	
1  1  	
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
Prince Rupert:
50.00
Vancouver:
50.00
Yale:
Merritt	
50.00
Totals     	
13  1    ■ ■    .1  __
5
8
$400.00
$400 00
Section 59.—Sale to Minors
Alberni:
Alberni  _ 	
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
	
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
	
$300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
$300.00
Cariboo:
300.00
Comox:
Qualicum.	
Cranbrook:
Cranbrook	
Dewdney:
300.00
300.00
300 00
Kamloops:
	
300 00
New Westminster:
300 00
Rossland-Trail:
Trail	
Saanich:
Central Saanich	
Totals  	
9 i        1
1
7
$2,100.00
$2,100.00 D  16
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 60.—Minors on Licensed Premises
Disposition
Electoral District
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1
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1
1
1
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1
1
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1
1
1
2
1
1
1
	
$30.00
10.00
50.00
40.00
100.00
$30.00
Columbia:
10.00
Comox:
50.00
Dewdney:
40.00
Mackenzie:
100.00
Omineca:
Skeena:
Hazelton	
Vancouver:
50.00
	
50.00
Yale:
10.00
10.00
10
	
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—
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$290.00
$290.00
	
Section 61.—Prohibition as to Minors
Alberni:
21
31
1
95
28
27
11
2
17
9
3
20
14
21
23
33
43
15
17
1
23
14
2
12
13
5
40
20
17
148
6
33
1
1
1
5
1
2
1
1
11
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
7
19
28
94
24
25
11
2
15
8
3
13
14
21
22
33
40
15
16
1
19
13
1
12
13
4
38
20
17
128
6
31
	
$415.00
585.00
$415.00
585.00
Burnaby:
Burnaby  _	
Cariboo:
1,790.00
525.00
345.00
265.00
40.00
375.00
210.00
45.00
240.00
185.00
615.00
466.00
305.00
565.00
275.00
300.00
10.00
225.00
275.00
50.00
250.00
145.00
60.00
915.00
520.00
420.00
2,740.00
140.00
595.00
	
1,790.00
525 00
Quesnel                           .   	
345.00
265.00
Chilliwack:
40.00
375.00
210.00
45.00
240.00
Columbia:
185.00
615.00
Comox:
466.00
305.00
565.00
275.00
300.00
10.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
225.00
275.00
50.00
250.00
Cranbrook:
145.00
60.00
Delta:
915.00
520.00
420.00
- 	
2,740.00
140.00
Delta	
595 00 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 17
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 61.—Prohibition as to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Collected
Dewdney:
6
11
6
52
2
20
26
5
1
18
16
12
8
3
12
2
17
11
6
1
1
6
9
17
26
7
23
8
6
34
9
10
13
7
11
3
48
1
2
2
14
27
43
7
13
8
2
4
1
3
1
1
1
4
5
1
1
3
i
i
i
i
4
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
6
11
6
47
2
20
25
5
1
18
16
8
7
3
11
2
16
11
6
1
1
6
6
13
25
7
23
8
6
32
4
9
12
7
8
2
2
43
1
2
2
14
27
38
7
11
7
2
$100.00
225.00
115.00
822.00
40.00
515.00
625.00
70.00
20.00
340.00
660.00
160.00
61.00
95.00
180.00
25.00
330.00
190.00
130.00
25.00
25.00
$100.00
225.00
115.00
822.00
	
40.00
515.00
-
625.00
70.00
20.00
Esquimau:
340.00
660.00
Fernie:
Fernie      _	
160.00
Fort George:
61.00
95.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
.
180 00
25.00
Kamloops:
330.00
190.00
130 00
Kaslo-Slocan:
25.00
New Denver _	
25 00
170.00
170.00
125.00
215 00
Lillooet:
125.00
215.00
470.00
175.00
630.00
135.00
120.00
1,560.00
40.00
265.00
235.00
160.00
370.00
50.00
100.00
1,940.00
15.00
20.00
100.00
400.00
440.00
1,110.00
130 00
470.00
Mackenzie:
175 00
630 00
Sechelt 	
135.00
Nanaimo:
1,560.00
40 00
Nelson-Creston:
Nelson 	
265 00
Creston	
235.00
Salmo _	
160 00
New Westminster:
New Westminster— _	
370 00
50 00
North Okanagan:
— -
Vernon    	
1,940.00
15.00
Armstrong _	
Lumby  	
20.00
Balance of district	
100 00
North Vancouver:
	
440.00
1,110.00
130.00
185 00
North Vancouver District	
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay _-__ _____	
Omineca:
185.00
145.00
35.00
1
Vanderhoof _—	
1
145.00 D  18
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 61.—Prohibition as to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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17
14
3
3
29
6
21
1
6
30
7
12
41
4
9
9
12
5
21
12
7
13
15
9
8
22
8
6
82
43
16
44
24
16
4
6
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
5
2
7
4
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
16
12
3
2
27
6
20
1
5
21
7
12
40
4
9
9
12
5
21
10
6
13
14
5
7
17
8
5
73
42
16
41
24
14
4
5
$335.00
225.00
40.00
25.00
370.00
135.00
735.00
50.00
95.00
235.00
115.00
240.00
745.00
200.00
130.00
115.00
320.00
80.00
365.00
280.00
135.00
270.00
200.00
65.00
110.00
455.00
207.50
110.50
1,860.00
850.00
445.00
720.00
510.00
395.00
65.00
95.00
$335.00
225.00
40.00
Balance of district.	
Prince Rupert:
—
25.00
370.00
135.00
Revelstoke:
735.00
50.00
Rossland-Trail:
95.00
Trail                             	
235.00
115.00
Saanich:
240.00
-
745.00
200.00
Salmon Arm:
130.00
115.00
Similkameen:
320.00
80.00
Penticton _	
365.00
280.00
135.00
Skeena:
270.00
200.00
65.00
110.00
South Okanagan:
455.00
207.50
110.50
Vancouver:
1,860.00
850.00
C.I.B. (R C.M.P.)
445.00
Victoria:
720.00
Yale:
510.00
	
395.00
65.00
95.00
Totals	
1,944
67
45
43 | 1,789
$39,312.00
  |$39,312.00
Section 62.—Supplying Liquor to Minors
Alberni:
i
i
2
2
1
2
4
	
1
1
2
2
1
2
4
	
$75.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
50.00
82.50
75.00
$75.00
	
50.00
Burnaby:
Burnaby -
Cariboo:
100.00
100.00
50.00
Chilliwack:
82.50
75.00 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D  19
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 62.—Supplying Liquor to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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1
1
1
4
1
7
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
7
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
3
1
1
1
6
1
4
3
4
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
5
2
1
	
$100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
150.00
100.00
510.00
75.00
50.00
250.00
50.00
20.00
150.00
130.00
150.00
20.00
50.00
50.00
550.00
50.00
235.00
150.00
$100.00
50.00
Cranbrook:
50.00
50.00
Delta:
150.00
100.00
510.00
Delta	
75.00
50.00
Dewdney:
250.00
50.00
Fort George:
20.00
150.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
130.00
Kamloops:
5
1
1
1
6
1
4
3
1
6
1
2
1
1
1
.
3
1
2
1
3
1
1
3
1
6
2
1
150.00
Lillooet:
20.00
50.00
Mackenzie:
50 00
550 00
50.00
Nanaimo:
	
235.00
Nelson-Creston:
150.00
New Westminster:
New Westminster ____. ,
North Okanagan:
450.00
50.00
160,00
50.00
150.00
50.00
100.00
200.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
125.00
450 00
—
50 00
North Vancouver:
160 00
50 00
150.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay  ,.
50 00
Omineca:
100.00
Peace River:
200 00
50 00
Prince Rupert:
50 00
25.00
Revelstoke:
125 00
Rossland-Trail:
Trail-     	
Fruitvale 	
	
Saanich:
115.00
50.00
275.00
100.00
50.00
115 00
Salmon Arm:
50 00
Similkameen:
275 00
Penticton _ 	
100.00
Balance of district	
50.00 D 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 62.—Supplying Liquor to Minors—Continued
Disposition
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1
1
3
3
10
3
3
1
1
3
1
4
1
1
1
3
3
3
2
3
	
$50.00
50.00
135.00
200.00
125.00
100.00
200.00
200.00
$50.00
50.00
South Okanagan:
135.00
200.00
Vancouver:
125.00
Victoria:
100.00
Yale:
200.00
1  1 	
   1 	
200.00
Totals       	
130
2
6
15
107
$6,632.50
$6,632.50
Section 64.—Unlawful Sale of Liquor
Alberni:
1
4
1
1
,
i
4
1
1
2
7
1
3
2
2
2
3
1
1
2
1
5
1
2
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
	
$300.00
1,300.00
300.00
$300 00
Atlin:
1,300.00
Burnaby:
Burnaby - -	
Cariboo:
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
Columbia:
300 00
Comox:
- 	
Cranbrook:
1,400.00
300.00
300.00
700.00
900.00
40.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
700.00
1,400.00
Dewdney:
300 00
300.00
Fernie:
700 00
Fort George:
900.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood;
40 00
Kamloops:
Kamloops.. 	
300.00
300.00
1  I        1
300.00
Lillooet:
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
700.00
Mackenzie:
Sechelt    -
50.00
600.00
50.00
900.00
50.00
500.00
700.00
50.00
600 00
Nanaimo:
50.00
New Westminster:
900.00
50.00
Omineca:
500.00
700.00 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 21
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 64.—Unlawful Sale of Liquor—Continued
Disposition
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4
1
1
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
102
8
3
15
1
15
2
1
36
2
3
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
36
6
3
$1,600.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
2,650.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
$1,600.00
Fort St. John...
	
300.00
300.00
300.00
Prince Rupert:
Prince Rupert... 	
2,650.00
300.00
Rossland-Trail:
300.00
Trail
300.00
Salmon Arm:
Similkameen:
10.00
300.00
10,550.00
1,625.00
900.00
10.00
Skeena:
300.00
Vancouver:
10,550.00
C.I.B. (R.C.M.P.) —	
Victoria:
1,625.00
900.00
Totals.
190
20
18
53
99
$30,025.00
$30,025.00
Section 65.—Unlawful Purchase of Liquor within the Province
Cranbrook:
1
1
1
1
$50.00
50.00
$50.00
Vancouver:
50.00
Totals	
2
2
$100.00
$100.00
Section 66.—Purchase of Liquor under Fictitious Name
Delta:
Langley City..
I
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$50.00
$50.00
Section 67.—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place
Alberni:
12
45
1
1
14
19
5
10
3
2
12
3
2
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
37
1
$200.00
1,950
50.00
50.00
615.00
1,050.00
200.00
600.00
100.00
60.00
525.00
100.00
100.00
$200.00
1,950.00
Atlin:
50.00
  1        1
50.00
Burnaby:
1
1
1
13
19
4
10
2
1
11
2
2
615.00
Cariboo:
1,050.00
200.00
600.00
Chilliwack:
100.00
Chilliwack City 	
60.00
525.00
100.00
100.00 D 22
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 67.—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
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7
26
6
14
17
3
3
3
2
8
5
9
1
22
10
20
73
2
8
1
1
4
18
1
3
2
6
4
3
5
3
11
9
5
11
6
12
3
17
4
7
8
5
5
3
4
1
2
1
2
2
i
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
7
26
6
13
16
	
$350.00
1,375.00
300.00
650.00
705.00
150.00
100.00
150.00
100.00
400.00
250.00
400.00
25.00
925.00
400.00
995.00
2,775.00
100.00
265.00
50.00
50.00
165.00
870.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
300.00
200.00
150.00
250.00
150.00
550.00
250.00
250.00
400.00
250.00
500.00
150.00
850.00
200.00
350.00
350.00
225.00
250.00
150.00
200.00
20.00
50.00
$350.00
1,375.00
Comox:
300.00
650.00
705.00
3     	
150.00
Alert Bay              -
2
3
2
8
5
9
1
21
9
19
64
2
7
1
100.00
Co wich an-Ne wcastle:
150.00
Ladysmith  -	
100.00
400.00
250.00
Cranbrook:
400.00
25.00
Delta:
925.00
400.00
995.00
2,775.00
Delta _ 	
$50.00
100.00
315.00
Dewdney:
1
3
1
1
1
1
4
18
1
2
2
6
4
3
5
3
11
6
5
9
5
10
3
17
4
7
7
5
5
3
4
1
1
50.00
50.00
165.00
870.00
Coquitlam    ,	
50.00
100.00
Esquimalt:
300.00
	
200.00
Fort George:
150.00
250.00
150.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
550.00
Kamloops:
250.00
250.00
400.00
Kaslo-Slocan:
250.00
Lillooet:
500 00
150.00
850.00
Mackenzie:
200.00
350.00
350.00
225.00
Nanaimo:
250.00
Nelson-Creston:
150.00
200.00
20.00
New Westminster:
50.00 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 23
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 67.—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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1
7
3
7
6
11
10
3
1
10
9
9
8
4
6
3
1
7
1
38
4
10
12
3
14
2
6
5
1
1
6
5
4
12
13
3
10
36
5
6
6
4
2
1
1
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1
1
1
3
2
4
1
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7
3
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1
11
10
3
1
10
9
7
7
3
5
3
1
7
1
37
4
10
12
2
12
2
5
5
1
1
6
5
4
9
13
3
7
31
5
5
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$50.00
350.00
150.00
350.00
50.00
550.00
460.00
150.00
50.00
500.00
350.00
325.00
305.00
150.00
250.00
150.00
50.00
350.00
10.00
1,850.00
200.00
550.00
600.00
50.00
570.00
75.00
210.00
250.00
50.00
50.00
300.00
220.00
140.00
500.00
800.00
150.00
350.00
1,485.00
250.00
275.00
$50.00
350.00
150.00
350.00
North Vancouver:
50.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay   ~	
550.00
Omineca:
460.00
150.00
50.00
Peace River:
Fort St. John.. _   __ 	
500.00
350.00
325.00
Prince Rupert:
305.00
150.00
Revelstoke:
250.00
Rossland-Trail:
150.00
Trail	
50 00
350.00
Saanich:
10.00
1,850.00
Salmon Arm:
200.00
	
550.00
Similkameen:
600.00
50.00
570.00
75.00
210.00
Skeena:
250.00
50.00
50.00
South Okanagan:
300.00
220.00
140.00
Vancouver:
500.00
C.I.B. (R.C.M.P.)	
800.00
150 00
Victoria:
350.00
Yale:
1,485.00
250.00
275.00
160.00
	
160.00
Totals _	
841
26
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34 1    764
1
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 68.—Drunkenness in a Public Place
Disposition
Electoral District
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11
53
1
1
3
1
9
77
408
166
34
52
93
4
5
9
22
48
20
11
25
14
13
2
53
10
7
6
109
14
53
87
22
111
11
17
3
2
2
5
17
5
28
12
17
1
9
4
19
1
2
1
1
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4
1
5
1
1
1
4
3
15
1
3
157
39
1
25
52
1
1
3
4
4
1
1
8
5
11
8
37
1
1
3
9
69
251
124
33
27
36
2
4
5
18
44
18
9
—
$175.00
465.00
30.00
25.00
40.00
$175.00
465.00
30.00
25.00
40.00
Atlin:
135.00
1,015.00
4,110.00
1,660.00
540.00
325.00
630.00
20.00
57.00
105.00
295.00
995.00
280.00
140.00
345.00
145.00
168.50
40.00
435.00
115.00
45.00
75.00
745.00
141.00
835.00
1,165.00
390.00
1,120.00
155.00
155.00
30.00
45.00
20.00
45.00
200.00
30.00
545.00
135.00
230.00
20.00
30.00
30.00
150.00
135.00
Burnaby:
1,015.00
Cariboo:
4,110.00
1,660.00
540.00
Chilliwack:
325.00
630.00
20.00
57.00
105.00
Columbia:
295.00
995.00
Comox:
280.00
140.00
17   1  .
345.00
9
13
2
38
7
3
6
64
12
33
75
16
64
10
12
2
2
2
2
14
3
27
10
16
1
1
3
15
1
6
145.00
168.50
40.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
435.00
   1          3
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115.00
45.00
       .   .      	
75.00
Cranbrook:
2
1
1
1
1
1
44
2
19
12
6
44
1
5
1
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
4
745.00
141.00
Delta:
835.00
1,165.00
390.00
1,120.00
Delta 	
155.00
155.00
Dewdney:
30.00
45.00
20.00
45.00
200.00
$15.00
45.00
545.00
135.00
230.00
20.00
Esquimalt:
Esquim alt _ __	
40.00
70.00
30.00
Fernie:
150.00 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 25
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 68.—Drunkenness in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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8
580
5
28
3
14
462
36
2
54
20
35
3
46
11
11
117
1
91
37
2
1
408
2
6
185
8
1
5
36
22
15
1
56
46
33
174
106
17
21
305
21
77
29
3
82
26
17
1
1
1
1
3
4
164
1
1
1
1
7
4
2
2
3
10
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1
1
4
1
275
1
7
4
322
16
12
1
3
1
1
39
9
13
121
1
1
63
2
1
7
1
1
13
18
1
43
17
5
105
1
28
9
2
48
7
277
4
21
3
10
123
19
2
41
19
32
3
44
11
9
75
1
75
24
2
1
105
1
5
121
6
1
4
28
20
13
1
43
27
31
130
89
17
16
193
20
45
20
1
28
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$95.00
4,308.00
80.00
320.00
30.00
140.00
1,440.00
255.00
65.00
590.00
255.00
425.00
70.00
559.00
235.00
125.00
885.00
50.00
865.00
555.00
20.00
10.00
$95.00
4,308.00
80.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
320.00
30.00
Kamloops:
140.00
1,440.00
255.00
Kaslo-Slocan:
65.00
Lillooet:
590.00
255.00
425.00
Mackenzie:
70.00
559.00
Sechelt
235.00
125.00
Nanaimo:
885.00
50.00
Nelson-Creston:
865.00
555.00
20.00
10.00
New Westminster:
1,340.00
$95.00
1,435.00
20.00
85.00
3,065.00
130.00
10.00
125.00
380.00
232.00
145.00
10.00
490.00
275.00
405.00
1,710.00
1,545.00
210.00
215.00
2,500.00
310.00
645.00
216.00
25.00
390.00
20.00
North Okanagan:
85.00
3,065.00
130.00
10.00
125.00
North Vancouver:
380.00
232.00
145.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay                    ._          	
10.00
Omineca:
490.00
275.00
Fort St. James  	
Peace River:
405.00
1,710.00
Fort St, John. __	
1,545.00
210.00
215 00
Prince Rupert:
2,500.00
310.00
Revelstoke:
645.00
Rossland-Trail:
216.00
25.00
Trail 	
390.00 D 26
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 68.—Drunkenness in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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3
36
1
11
1
10
27
18
154
12
21
29
32
12
20
81
6
7
10,507
800
99
81
10
14
1
2
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3,457
1
2
2
1
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5
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11
11
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12
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32
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4,141
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1
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12
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9
19
17
22
10
18
46
2
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1,168
73
64
56
6
9
22
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1,483
419
$30.00
50.00
50.00
110.00
10.00
120.00
210.00
103.50
1,050.00
260.00
225.00
365.00
255.00
135.00
340.00
775.00
35.00
110.00
13,170.00
855.00
635.00
570.00
65.00
90.00
$30.00
$250.00
300.00
50.00
Salmon Arm:
110.00
10.00
120.00
Similkameen:
210.00
Osoyoos  - —-	
—
103.50
1,050.00
260.00
225.00
Skeena:
365.00
255.00
135.00
340.00
South Okanagan:
40.00
17,165.00
4,480.00
815.00
Summerland   	
35.00
110.00
Vancouver:
Vancouver 	
Victoria:
30,335.00
5,335.00
Yale:
Hope  _ —	
635.00
570.00
Ly tton  _ 	
65.00
90.00
Totals  	
16,924
3,711
305
6,346
4,620
1,942
$64,100.00
$22,085.00
$86,185.00
Section 74.—Keeping of Unsealed Liquor
Atlin:
2
2
2
2
2
1
$100.00
100.00
50.00
100.00
$100.00
Comox:
100.00
Peace River:
Fort St. lohn      	
50.00
Vancouver:
Vancouver..  	
1
—- |       2
100.00
Totals
7
1         7
$350.00
$350.00
	
Section 76.—Supplying Liquor to Interdicted Persons
Cariboo:
Williams Lake ____	
Chilliwack:
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2
1
5
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
	
$300.00
-
$300.00
Comox:
50.00
1,200.00
50.00
1,200.00
Delta:
	
1 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 27
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 76.—Supplying Liquor to Interdicted Persons—Continued
Section 77.—Disqualification of Interdicted Person
Disposition
Electoral District
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$300.00
Kamloops:
Kamloops      ....
300.00
300.00
50.00
300.00
Lillooet:
300.00
Mackenzie:
50.00
Omineca:
Similkameen:
300.00
400.00
300.00
Skeena:
400.00
Totals	
22
3
7
12
1
$3,200.00
$3,200.00
Alberni:
1
1
2
2
4
8
	
2
6
1
1
2
4
2
1
1
3
4
3
2
2
3
1
1
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$50.00
50.00
$50.00
50.00
Cariboo:
100.00
200.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
Columbia:
200.00
100 00
Comox:
Alert Bay 	
1
1   1   	
1
1
1
1      	
50.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
50.00
Kamloops:
Kamloops —	
Lillooet:
1
	
5
1
4
1
4
1
3
2
3
3
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
150.00
200.00
150.00
200.00
Omineca:
150.00
150.00
Peace River:
Prince Rupert:
125.00
100.00
150.00
50.00
10.00
150.00
125.00
Revelstoke:
	
100 00
Similkameen:
150.00
Skeena:
50.00
10 00
150.00
Yale:
	
Totals	
56
1
3
18
34
$1,685.00
$1,685.00 D 28
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 79.—Drunkenness
Disposition
Electoral District
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Alert Bay -	
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$50.00
150.00
50.00
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$50.00
Omineca:
150.00
Revelstoke:
50.00
Yale:
Totals  -	
7
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1
5
$250.00
$250.00
Section 81.—Keeping Liquor in a Restaurant
Cariboo:
3
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
3
3
4
1
18
2
1
2
1
3
2
35
2
1
4
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
3
2
3
1
17
2
1
2
1
3
1
25
2
	
$100.00
100.00
125.00
$100.00
Chilliwack:
Chilliwack City
100.00
-
125.00
Columbia:
Comox:
Alert Bay	
100.00
70.00
100.00
Cowichan-Newcastle:
70.00
Cranbrook:
Delta:
100.00
75.00
50.00
150.00
100.00
150.00
50.00
850.00
100.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
2,150.00
150.00
100.00
Dewdney:
Port Moody  	
Fort George:
75.00
50.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
150.00
Kamloops:
Kamloops __ 	
Lillooet:
100.00
150.00
Squamish. _  ___	
Nanaimo:
50.00
850.00
Peace River:
100.00
	
50.00
Prince Rupert:
100.00
Rossland-Trail:
Trail
50.00
Skeena:
150.00
South Okanagan:
50.00
Vancouver:
2,150.00
Yale:
150.00
_
Totals
95   1         4
7
7
77
$4,820.00
$4,820.00 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 29
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 97.—Liquor in the Possession of an Interdicted Person
Disposition
Electoral District
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8
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
7
2
5
2
1
1
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
16
3
2
2
1
2
6
2
2
14
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
5
2
2
1
2
8
1
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
5
2
3
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
9
1
2
1
1
4
2
2
6
1
2
1
1
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$425.00
75.00
$425.00
Cariboo:
75.00
Chilliwack:
Columbia:
1
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50.00
50.00
50.00
250.00
250.00
350.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
Comox:
	
	
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250.00
Cranbrook:
250.00
Delta:
350.00
Dewdney:
Port Coquitlam	
Fernie:
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
Fort George:
80.00
50.00
225.00
80.00
50.00
Grand Forks-Greenwood:
225.00
Kamloops:
	
50.00
50.00
700.00
300.00
50.00
Kaslo-Slocan:
50.00
Lillooet:
700.00
Squamish 	
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300.00
Mackenzie:
100.00
50.0
50.00
400.00
100.00
150.00
450.00
50.00
100.00
	
100.00
Nelson-Creston:
50.00
50.00
North Okanagan:
400.00
100.00
Omineca:
150.00
450 00
Fort St. James.,     	
50.00
Peace River:
Fort St. John 	
100 00
Prnce Rupert:
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50.00
25.00
50 00
Revelstoke:
Revelstoke	
25.00
Rossland-Trail:
Trail-  	
Salmon Arm:
50.00
50 00
Similkameen:
Oliver _	 D 30
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled from Monthly Reports Received from Police—Continued
Section 97.—Liquor in the Possession of an Interdicted Person—Continued
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D 31
APPENDIX C
Regulations
Regulations made under the Government Liquor Act, 1953, during the period under review
were as follows:—
REGULATIONS MADE UNDER THE GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Regulation Made by Order in Council No. 2786, Approved December 14th,
1959, and Effective February 1st, 1960
DIVISION 1 LICENSING AREAS
1.01 Within forty-five days after the Board has, with the approval of the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council, designated any area as a licensing area for the purpose of the issuance
of licences under the Act, the Board shall publish, in accordance with the provisions of section
25 of the Act, a notice substantially in the form following:—
Take notice that the Liquor Control Board of British Columbia,  with the approval of the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council, has designated the following area as a licensing area for the issuance of licences under
the Government Liquor Act, 1953:—
Licensing Area No.
Description
And further take notice that the Board will receive applications for licences within that area until the
day of , 19    .
And further take notice that the Board will, at a meeting to be held at , in the City of ,
on the day of , 19    , commencing at the hour of o'clock in the noon, proceed to
deal  with  the  applications  for  licences  received  prior  to   the day   of ,   19    ,   unless  in  the
meantime:—
(a) The Municipal Council [or Board of Commissioners] of requests the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council to submit to a vote of the electors of the polling divisions within the licensing area any
or all of the questions hereinafter set out;   or
(6) The Lieutenant-Governor receives a petition in the form prescribed by these regulations or to a like
effect signed by thirty-five per centum of the electors of the polling divisions within the licensing
area requesting that any or all of the questions hereinafter set out be submitted to a vote of the
electors of the polling divisions within the licensing area.
The questions that shall upon request as aforesaid be submitted to a vote of the electors in the licensing
area are as follows:—
(a) Are you in favour of the sale of beer, ale, and stout only under a public-house licence for consumption on licensed premises?
(Note.—A public-house licence will be similar to the present beer-parlour licence.)
(. ) Are you in favour of the sale of beer, ale, stout, and wine only under a dining-room licence for
consumption with meals on licensed premises?
Note.—Dining-room licences will be granted to hotels, restaurants, clubs, railway cars, steamships, and resorts.)
(_) Are you in favour of the sale of liquor under a dining-lounge licence for consumption with meals
on licensed premises?
(Note.—Dining-lounge licences will be issued principally to what are commonly known as
cabarets, and to clubs.)
(d) Are you in favour of the sale of liquor under a lounge licence for consumption on licensed
premises?
(Note.—Lounge licences will be issued to cocktail-bars.   They will be granted only to hotels,
resorts, railway cars, and steamships.)
DIVISION 2—VOTE OF ELECTORS
2.01 (a) If the Municipal Council or Board of Commissioners of a municipality within
the licensing area and having jurisdiction over the licensing area wishes to request the Lieutenant-Governor in Council to submit a question to a vote of the electors in accordance with
section 25 of the Act, it shall give notice to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council substantially
in the form following:—
To the Lieutenant-Governor in Council,
Province of British Columbia,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C.
Government Liquor Act, 1953
The Municipal Council  [or Board of Commissioners] of the Corporation of the District of
hereby requests that the following questions be submitted to a vote of the electors of the polling divisions
within Licensing Area No.
Municipal Council of— 	
Municipal Clerk.
I, , Municipal Clerk of the Corporation of the District of , hereby certify that at a meeting
of the Municipal Council held on the day of , 19    , the following resolution was passed:—
[Here insert form of resolution authorizing the within request.]
Municipal Clerk. D 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA
(6) A petition requesting that any or all of the questions set out in subsection (5) of
section 25 of the Act be submitted to a vote of the electors within the licensing area shall be
substantially in the following form:—
To the Lieutenant-Governor in Council,
Province of British Columbia,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C.
We, the undersigned registered voters of Polling Divisions Nos. of Electoral District, being
polling divisions within Licensing Area No. , humbly petition the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, under
the Government Liquor Act, 1953, that the following questions be submitted to a vote of the electors of the
polling divisions within Licensing Area No.        , as provided for in section 25 of the Act:—
[Here state questions to be submitted.]
Voters
List No.
Signatures of
Electors
Polling
Division
Electoral
District
Signature of
Witness
(c) The petition shall be signed by at least thirty-five per centum of the electors within
the licensing area, and each elector when signing the petition shall designate opposite his
signature the name of the polling division for which he is registered as an elector.
(_) Each elector shall sign the petition in the presence of a witness who shall sign his
name as witness opposite the signature of the elector.
(e) The petition shall be verified as to the identity and signature of each elector by a
statutory declaration of the witness which shall be in the form following:—
Statutory Declaration
Canada: ~|
Province of British Columbia: (
City of . f
To Wrr: j
I, , of , in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly declare:—
1. That I was personally present and did see the instrument hereto attached—namely, a petition under
subsection (3) of section 25 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, requesting that the questions therein set out
be submitted to a vote of the electors of the polling divisions within Licensing Area No. —duly executed by
the respective voters whose signatures appear upon the said petition, opposite whose names I have subscribed
my name as witness.
2. That I am one of the subscribing witnesses to the petition.
And that I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is
of the same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at , in the Province of British Columbia,) „ _ _ 	
this day of , 19    . \
A Notary Public in and for the Province of British Columbia.
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
A Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
A Vendor.
(/) For the purpose of any verification of the signatories to the petition, the list of voters
to be used for such verification shall be the list as it stood upon the day when the petition was
received by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council.
(g) At the holding of the vote held in accordance with the prayer of the petition, the list
of voters to be used shall be the list of voters as it stood immediately after the expiration of
seven clear days after the day upon which the Registrar of Voters receives notice of the issue
of the writ under the Provincial Elections Act, 1953.
(ft) The provisions of the Provincial Elections Act, 1953, having reference to absentee and
advanced voting shall not apply to a vote held under section 25 of the Government Liquor Act,
1953.
DIVISION 3.—APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES
3.01 Every application for a licence to sell liquor at retail, and every application for the
transfer of a licence, or any interest therein, except for a military mess, shall be substantially in
the form following:—■
(A separate application shall be   .led in respect of each licence applied for.) REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
D 33
Application for a Licence or Transfer of a Licence or Interest Therein
(Except for Military Mess)
Application is hereby made in respect of a:—
□ Dining-lounge:
□ Hotel:
□ Club:
□ Restaurant:
D Public house:
D Railway car:
□ Steamship:
□ Resort,—
for a licence of the following type:— □
or
for the transfer of a licence of the following type:— □
or
for the transfer of an interest in a licence of the following type:— □
□ Dining-lounge licence:
D Dining-room licence:
Q Lounge licence:
a Public-house licence.
1. The premises in respect of which the application is made are in a building known as , situate
at [No., street, locality], upon the lands described as Lot No.          , Block No.         , Map No.          ,
Land  Registration District,  in the Electoral District,   in the  Province  of British  Columbia,  and  are
to be kept and operated by the applicant.
2. Accompanying this application are blue-prints in duplicate showing the floor-plans and dimensions of the
premises in respect of which the application for licence is made, including the liquor salesroom and all cellars,
storerooms, lavatories, and toilets appurtenant thereto: and showing the location of all doors and windows
and all means of access to the premises; and also showing the position of the premises in relation to the
building in which the premises are situate and in relation to public streets.
3. The following answers to questions are true and correct:—
Full name and address of applicant
Electoral district in which applicant is registered as a voter
If entitled to be registered,  but not registered, state facts  showing applicant to be entitled to be
registered as a voter
If an individual, state if applicant is to be sole owner
If not to be sole owner, particulars of any agreement with any other partner or partners
If applicant is a partnership, state:—
Full names and addresses of members
Electoral district in which respective members are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, facts showing member to be entitled to be registered
as a voter
If a partnership, state separately each partner's investment and proportion of profit distribution—
Full name of agent or manager selected lo carry on business of selling liquor
Name and address of owner in fee-simple of real estate
Name and address of owner in fee-simple of building
Name of holder of mortgage or encumbrance on building (if any)
Name of holder of mortgage or encumbrance on furniture and fixtures contained in the building  (if
any)
Amounts of liens, mortgages, or encumbrances (if any)
Name of landlord (if building held under lease)
Name of tenant
Particulars of lease:—
Date
Duration:   From to
Rental
Are the premises operated throughout the year or only seasonally? .    If seasonally,  during
what months?
What other business is carried on in building in which premises are situate?
Will dancing, music, or entertainment be provided at any time whatsoever for guests or customers
on the establishment? .   If so, where?
Has applicant ever applied for a licence for the sale of liquor, beer, or wine in Canada or elsewhere,
either as an individual, a member of a partnership, or as an officer, director, or stockholder of
a corporation? .   If so, when?
Has the applicant any connection, financial or otherwise, direct or indirect, with any distillery, brewery,
or wine-manufacturing interest? .   If so, give particulars
Is the applicant indebted to any person, firm, or corporation in or connected with any d'stillery or
wine-manufacturing interest? .   If so, give particulars D 34 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Has any distiller, brewer, or wine-manufacturer any interest, financial or otherwise, direct or indirect
in the applicant's premises? .   If so, give particulars
Is the applicant under any agreement with any person to sell the liquor of any manufacturer to the
exclusion of the liquor of any other manufacturer? .   If so, give full particulars
Is the applicant a manufacturer of liquor, or the agent of such manufacturer, or a person who is so
associated or connected therewith or financially interested therein as to be likely to promote the
sale thereof? .   Give full particulars of any such activities or any such connection
Specify and describe location of the room or rooms to which sale, serving, and consumption of liquor
will be restricted and confined
State number of tables and seating capacity in room or rooms where liquor will be served
State name, address, and occupation of officials or employees who will purchase the alcoholic beverages to be sold on applicant's premises:—
Name .   Address
Occupation .    Age
Name .   Address
Occupation .    Age
4. If applicant is a corporation, state:—
Whether the corporation is incorporated or registered under the Companies Act of the Province,
and has filed all returns required thereunder
Date of incorporation
Provincial or Federal charter
Public or private company
Incorporated under Societies Act
Number of shares authorized .   Common .   Preferred
Number of shares issued .   Common .   Preferred
Par value of shares:   $ common.   $ preferred.
Bonds issued and outstanding:  No. .   Value, $
(The applicant's latest balance-sheet, certified correct by the applicant's auditors, shall be attached to
this application.)
Officers and Directors
Names of directors who are registered or entitled to be registered as voters
Electoral districts in which respective directors are registered as voters
If entitled to be registered, but not registered, facts showing director to be entitled to be registered
as a voter
5. If application is on behalf of a club, the following questions shall be answered:—
(A copy of the constitution and by-laws and of the latest balance-sheet of the club, certified correct by
the club's auditors, must be attached hereto.)
(a) Is the club operated for pecuniary gain?
(b) Present membership
(c) What privileges are extended to non-members?
(d) How long immediately prior to this application has the club been in continuous operation?
(e) What are special purposes of the club?
if) What facilities has the club provided to carry out its objects and purposes?
(g) Is there any provision on the club premises for catering?
(_) Is the catering operated by the club itself?
Are the premises operated throughout the year or only seasonally? .    If seasonally, state the period
of operation
Dated at , this day of , 19   . _     	
Applicant.
(Address of applicant)  	
Canada: "I In the Matter of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and in the Matter of an
Province of British Columbia: !■       Application for  a Licence Thereunder for the Establishment Known
County of .as
1. , of the of , in the of , make oath and say:—
i. That I have knowledge of the matters herein deposed to.
2. That I have read over the application attached hereto.
3. That all facts stated and information furnished therein and pursuant thereto are true and correct.
Sworn before me at the of , in the } 	
of , this day of , 19    . ]
A Vendor.
A Notary Public in and for the Province of British Columbia.
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
(N.B.—Attention of the applicant is directed to subsection (5)  of section 38 of the Act, which reads as
follows:   "A person applying for the issue or renewal of a licence who fails to make full disclosure in the
form of application of the matters referred to in this section shall be guilty of an offence.") REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 35
3.02    Every application to sell liquor at retail in a military mess shall be in the form
following: —
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Application for a Licence
(Military Mess)
Application is hereby made for a licence [or licences] in respect of the following:—
□ An Officers' mess:
D A sergeants' mess:
□ A canteen,—
for a licence of the following type:—
D Dining-lounge licence:
□ Dining-room licence:
□ Lounge licence:
□ Public-house licence.
1. Unit
2. Address of barracks or armouries [No. and street], [city, town, or village], [county].
3. Name of officer commanding unit .   Rank .   Address
Dated at               , this               day of               , 19    .
Applicant.
Officer Commanding.
In the Matter of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and in the Matter of an
Application for a Licence [or Licences] Thereunder for the Establishment Known as
make oath and say: —
Canada :
Province of British Columbia:
County of
I, , of the of , in the of
1. That I have knowledge of the matters herein deposed to.
2. That I have read over the application attached hereto.
3. That all facts stated and information furnished therein and pursuant thereto are true and correct.
Sworn before me at the of , in the ) 	
of , this day of , 19    . J
A Vendor.
A Notary Public in and for the Province of British Columbia.
A Commissioner in and for the Province of British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
(N.B.—Attention of the applicant is directed to subsection (5) of section 38 of the Act, which reads as follows:   "A person applying for the issue or renewal of a licence who fails to make full disclosure in the form of
application of the matters referred to in this section shall be guilty of an offence.")
DIVISION 4.—LICENCE FEES
4.01 (a) The following fees shall be payable in respect of the issue and renewal of each
licence other than a public-house licence:—
(i)  Where the establishment is a hotel, dining-lounge, resort, steamship, or railway car,
an amount equal to 2 per cent of the gross value of liquor purchased, with a minimum
fee of $150:
(ii)   Where the establishment is a club or a restaurant holding a dining-room licence:■—
(a) An amount equal to 2 per cent of the gross value of liquor other than malt
liquor purchased, with a minimum fee of $100;   and
(b) An amount equal to 2 cents per gallon of draught malt liquor purchased:
(iii)  Where the establishment is a club holding a lounge licence or a dining-lounge licence,
an amount equal to 2 per cent of the gross value of liquor purchased, with a minimum
fee of $150:
(iv)  Where the establishment is a military mess, no licence fee shall be payable.
(6) The following fees shall be payable in respect of the issue and renewal of each public-
house licence: An amount equal to 2 cents per gallon of draught malt liquor purchased, with
a minimum fee of $75.
(c) The fee for each transfer of licence shall be $25.
{d) Fees which are prescribed in fixed amounts and minimum fees shall be payable upon
the making of the application for a licence or renewal.
(e) Fees which vary according to the amount or value of liquor purchased shall be payable monthly, and the fees payable in respect of purchases made each month shall be paid not
later than the tenth day of the month next following.
(/) When the Board cancels a licence under the provisions of section 41 or 42, or when
a licence ceases to exist for any reason, no refund of fees shall be payable by the Board in
respect of the unexpired term of the licence.
(g) In the event of a licensee dying or becoming bankrupt, his executor, administrator,
or trustee in bankruptcy shall, in the discretion of the Board, be entitled to carry on the business D 36 BRITISH COLUMBIA
under the licence and on the licensed premises during the currency of the licence, and, if
necessary in order to wind up the business of the estate of the licensee, may, subject to the
discretion of the Board and upon payment of the fee herein provided, obtain a licence for the
next succeeding year.
DIVISION 5.—REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL ESTABLISHMENTS
Premises
5.01 (a) No licence shall be granted to any person unless he is the owner of the premises
in respect of which the licence is applied for or is the lessee of such premises under a lease which
does not expire prior to December 31st of the year in which the application for the licence is
made.
(6) No licence shall be granted to any person unless the premises in respect of which the
licence is proposed to be granted and the building of which such premises form a part are so
constructed and equipped as not to facilitate any violation of the Act or the regulations.
(c) No structural alteration in or enlargement of any licensed premises shall be made
without the written permission of the Board; but when altered or enlarged with such permission,
the premises as altered or enlarged shall be deemed to be the licensed premises.
(d) If, after the making of the application for a licence or during the term of a licence,
the building in which the licensed premises are situate or any furniture or fixtures contained in
the building become subject to any lien, mortgage, or encumbrance, the licensee shall forthwith
file with the Board a notice stating the date of the creation or making of the lien, mortgage, or
encumbrance, and the name of the holder and the amount thereof.
(e) Every licensee shall keep and maintain on the licensed premises a plan of the
licensed premises duly approved by the Board.
(/) Every licensee shall install and maintain in his licensed premises such suitable fixtures
and furniture for the convenience of the public or of the members, as the case may be, as may
be directed by the Board from time to time.
Location of Licensed Premises
5.02 No licence shall be granted to any person in respect of premises where the proposed
liquor salesroom is located in any part of the building other than on its main or ground floor
unless under special circumstances approved by the Board after inspection of the premises.
Storage of Liquor
5.03 Any cellar or room forming part of licensed premises and used for the keeping or
storing of liquor in connection with the sale of liquor by the licensee shall be below the liquor
salesroom or adjacent thereto, and no person shall consume, nor shall the licensee permit, any
person to consume any liquor in such cellar or room.
Lighting
5.04 Every licensee shall provide in and about the parts of a licensed premises which
are open to and used by the public sufficient lighting so that all objects are plainly visible at all
times, and all such parts of the premises shall be illuminated to a minimum of three foot-candles
as measured by a foot-candle meter at a plane of thirty inches above the floor-line.
Floor-space
5.05 (a) In every licensed premises there shall be not less than twelve square feet of
floor-space for each chair, stool, or seat therein.
(6) No more persons than adequate seating accommodation is provided for shall be
admitted to any licensed premises.
Purchase of Liquor
5.06 Every licensee shall purchase liquor from such Vendor as the Board may designate,
and shall keep and maintain a register of all liquor so purchased and received by him, and such
register shall be open for inspection at all reasonable times to any Inspector or official designated
by the Board.
Shipping-seals
5.07 (a) No licensee shall have or keep in, on, or about his licensed premises any keg
or barrel containing draught malt liquor to which the shipping-seal prescribed by Regulation
14.01 is not affixed.
(6) No licensee shall remove from any keg or barrel of draught malt liquor any shipping-
seal which has been affixed to it pursuant to Regulation 14.01. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 37
5.08
Containers
All liquor served in licensed premises shall be dispensed from the original con
tainer in which the liquor is purchased from the Liquor Control Board.
Days of Sale
5.09 (a) No licensee shall permit any liquor to be drunk, consumed, or removed in or
upon or from his licensed premises
(i)  on any Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas Day;
(ii)  during the time the poll is open on any day on which polling takes place at any
Provincial election held in the electoral district in which the licensed premises are
situate;
(iii)  during the time the poll is open on any day on which polling takes place at any
municipal election held in the municipality in which the licensed premises are situate;
(iv)  during such times and days as are prescribed in the Elections Act of Canada;
(v)  during such other periods or on such other days as the Board may direct.
(6) This regulation shall not apply to licensed premises in military messes.
Hours of Sale
5.10 (a) Liquor may be sold in licensed premises,
(i)  being a dining-lounge or dining-room not operated by a club, during the hours from
10.30 a.m. to 12 midnight;  and being a lounge not operated by a club, during the
hours from 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m.;
(ii) being a dining-room, dining-lounge, or lounge operated by a club, during the hours
from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 a.m., subject to Regulation 5.09;
(iii) being a public house, during the hours from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. and from 7.30
p.m. to  11.30 p.m.    Sales for consumption off premises, however, may be made
during the hours from 10.30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and from 7.30 p.m. to 12 midnight.
(6) In the case of a dining-lounge or dining-room licence where entertainment or facilities
for dancing are provided, the Board may alter, subject to Regulation 5.09, the hours by extending the hour of 12 midnight to a time not later than 2 a.m. on the following day.   The Board
may, subject to Regulation 5.09, extend the hour of 12 midnight on December 31st to a time
not later than 3 a.m. on the following day.
(c) All licensed premises except dining-rooms and dining-lounges and licensed premises
operated by a club shall be cleared of patrons within one-half hour after the sale of liquor
ceases under Subregulations (a) and (_>).
(d) In that portion of the Province lying to the east of a line drawn between the City of
Revelstoke, on the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and Kootenay Landing in the
District of West Kootenay, the hours set out in Subregulations (a) and (_>) shall, unless otherwise ordered by the Board, be determined by what is commonly known as " Mountain time,"
reckoned as seven hours behind Greenwich time.
(e) In that portion of the Province lying adjacent to the boundary between the Province
and Yukon Territory, the hours as set out in Subregulations (a) and (_ ) shall be determined
by what is commonly known as " Yukon Standard time," reckoned as nine hours behind
Greenwich time, unless the Board directs that the hours shall be determined in accordance with
some other time.
(/) No person other than the licensee, or the wife or employee of the licensee, shall remain
or be permitted to be in any licensed public house or lounge during the hours from 12 midnight to 10.30 a.m. or on any day upon which liquor may not be consumed upon the licensed
premises.
(g)  This regulation does not apply to licensed premises in military messes.
Drinks Containing Spirits
5.11 (a) Each drink containing spirits served in licensed premises shall contain not less
than one fluid ounce of spirits as supplied by the Liquor Control Board.
(6) Any non-alcoholic liquid which is added to liquor in the preparation of a drink shall
be added in full view of the customers.
Price-lists
5.12 (a) Upon every licensed premises there shall be lists available to customers or
signs prominently displayed indicating
(i) the varieties of liquor for sale;
(ii)  the prices at which drinks may be purchased;
but the lists and signs shall be published and displayed only in the licensed premises. D 38 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(fc) A copy of every list and sign used under Subregulation (a) shall be filed with the
Board before being used, and no alteration shall be made in a list or sign until approval thereof
in writing has been obtained from the Board.
Advertising
5.13 (a) No advertisement, sign, circular, letter, poster, or handbill referring in any way
to liquor, or the sale thereof, shall be displayed in or on any licensed premises, but the licensee
shall post and keep posted in a conspicuous position in the salesroom of the premises his licence
and any transfer of the licence.
(6) Signs designating licensed premises in accordance with subsection (2) of section 82 of
the Act shall be in letters not exceeding two inches in height.
Employees
5.14 (a) No female other than a licensee shall be employed in any service or act, or be
permitted to act, in any way in connection with the sale, handling, or serving of malt liquor
or cider in, on, or about any public house.
(6) No female shall be employed in any service or act, or be permitted to act, in any way
in connection with the sale, handling, or serving of liquor in, on, or about any lounge.
(c) No person under the age of twenty-one years shall be employed in any service or act,
or be permitted to act, in any way in connection with the sale, handling, or serving of liquor
in, on, or about any lounge or public house.
(„) Every licensee shall keep and maintain on the licensed premises a register of all
employees who from time to time have any control over the liquor in his possession, or who are
engaged in serving liquor, and shall produce the same for inspection from time to time on the
request of any Inspector or police officer.
(e) Every licensee shall furnish the Board with a complete list of the names of all employees who have any control over the liquor in his possession, or who are engaged in serving
liquor, and when and so often as any change occurs in the names of such employees, the
licensee shall forthwith notify the Board.
Consumption of Liquor on Licensed Premises
5.15 (a) No licensee shall possess or allow any person to consume any liquor other than
that permitted by his licence in or on the licensed premises.
(6) Subject to clause (b) of section 51 of the Act, all liquor sold upon licensed premises,
other than premises covered by a public-house licence, shall be consumed thereon, and the
licence-holder shall not permit any liquor so sold to be taken therefrom.
(c) Subject to clause (_) of section 51 of the Act, no liquor, other than that sold by the
licence-holder under the authority of the licence, shall be brought upon the licensed premises,
and the licence-holder shall not permit any such liquor to be brought upon the premises.
(_) All liquor left in any glass or bottle on licensed premises by any person to whom it
has been served shall be destroyed forthwith.
(e) No person shall consume, nor shall the licensee permit any person to consume, any
liquor in any lavatory or toilet which forms part of the licensed premises.
Treating and Extension of Credit
5.16 (a) No licensee shall give or furnish free liquor to customers within the licensed
premises through the custom commonly known as " treating."
(6) No licensee shall sell or otherwise supply any liquor on credit to customers, and no
such licensee nor his employee shall give, lend, or otherwise advance any money to customers
for the purchase of liquor from the licensee, but this subregulation shall not apply to billing
privileges extended by hotels, clubs, resorts, and military messes to registered and bona fide
guests or members or to credit purchases in an establishment holding a dining-room or dining-
lounge licence.
Conduct of Persons on Licensed Premises
5.17 (a) No licensee shall be disorderly, boisterous, or intoxicated on the licensed
premises or on any public premises adjacent thereto which are under his control, nor shall he
permit any disorderly, boisterous, or intoxicated person to be thereon, nor shall he use or
allow the use of profane or vulgar language thereon.
(6) No licensee shall permit any game or sport on the licensed premises. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 39
Music
5.18 Music, radio, and television shall be permissible in all licensed premises, under such
circumstances as the Board from time to time approves.
Foodstuffs in Licensed Premises
5.19 (a) Every public house and lounge shall make available for its customers wrapped
sandwiches, packaged nuts, potato chips, cheese straws, pretzels, or other edibles of a similar
nature, and soft drinks or fruit or vegetable juices, for which a reasonable charge may be made.
(6) All such foodstuffs, soft drinks, and juices shall be edible and fresh at all times.
(c) Every licensee may permit installation of cigarette vending-machines in his licensed
premises, but no other vending-machines shall be permitted.
(d) A cigarette vending-machine shall not be installed in a public house which is divided
into separate sections for men and women unless such a machine is installed in both sections.
Inspection
5.20 (a) Every licensee shall at all times, upon the request of any Inspector or constable, or of any person designated by the Board, admit the Inspector or constable or person
to all parts of the licensed premises for the purpose of inspecting the same and of making search
thereof for the detection of any violation of the provisions of the Act or the regulations.
(6) No licensee shall be required to make any structural alterations in his premises unless
ordered so to do in writing by the Board.
DIVISION 6.—REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO DINING-LOUNGES
6.01     (a) In every dining-lounge
(i) the tables shall be covered with tablecloths or other equivalent suitable covering or
surfacing;
(ii)  an adequate supply of flat-ware, china, and other table service shall be available and
used; and
(iii)  meals, for which adequate menus shall be provided, shall be served at regular breakfast or luncheon or dinner or supper hours; but where the establishment is classified
as a hotel and has no other dining-room, meals, for which adequate menus shall be
provided, shall be served at regular breakfast, luncheon, and dinner hours.
(6) In a dining-lounge, liquor shall be served only to a person having a meal therein
while seated at a table.
(c) Where facilities for dancing are provided in a dining-lounge, the dance-floor shall
occupy not less than one-fifth of the total floor-space thereof, and the number of chairs, stools,
and seats which may be provided shall be calculated with respect to that portion of the dining-
lounge not occupied by the dance-floor.
DIVISION 7.—REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO DINING-ROOMS
7.01     (a) In every dining-room
(i)  the tables shall be covered with tablecloths or other equivalent suitable covering or
surfacing;
(ii)  an adequate supply of flat-ware, china, and other table service shall be available and
used;  and
(iii)  meals, for which adequate menus shall be provided, shall be served at regular breakfast, luncheon, and dinner hours.
(b) In a dining-room, malt liquor or wine shall be served only to a person having a meal
therein while seated at a table.
DIVISION 8.—REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO LOUNGES
8.01     (a) In every lounge there shall be
(i)  a service-bar with stools or seats for the persons using the lounge; and
(ii)  an area equipped with an adequate number of chairs and tables, having regard to
the dispensing facilities of the lounge.
(6) All liquor sold in the lounge shall be dispensed at the bar in such manner that it may
be viewed by the persons using the lounge.
(c) In a lounge there shall not be any box, stall, or any partition or obstruction which
prevents a full view of the entire room by any person therein. D 40 BRITISH COLUMBIA
DIVISION 9.—REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO RAILWAY CARS
AND STEAMSHIPS
9.01 Liquor may be sold upon a railway car or steamship in respect of which a licence is
issued only while the railway car or steamship is in transit on a trip the main purpose of which
is the transporting of passengers from one point to another point.
DIVISION 10.—REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO CLUBS
10.01 (a) The constitution, by-laws, or house rules shall provide, among other things,
(i) that members shall be admitted only on written application, and only after investigation;
(ii) that every admission of a member be recorded in the official minutes of a regular
meeting;
(iii)  standards of eligibility for members;
(iv)  limitation on the number of members consistent with the nature of the club;
(v) the period for which dues shall be paid and the date upon which such period shall
expire;
(vi) reasonable regulations for the suspension and expulsion of members for non-payment
of dues.
(6) Every club shall keep and maintain on the premises a complete roster giving the
names and addresses of all its members.
(c) Every club shall keep and maintain on the premises a complete register of guests
admitted to or upon the club premises which shall disclose a complete list of the names, the
name of the member responsible for the guest, and the address of each guest admitted at any
time into the club premises.
(<_) Every club shall file with the Board a complete list of its officers showing the name,
address, and occupation of each officer. When any change occurs in its officers by reason of
election or otherwise, the club shall immediately file with the Board a revised list of officers.
10.02 (a) No licence shall be granted to a veterans' club unless the club was in existence
and operating continuously as a club with an active membership for a period of not less than
eighteen months immediately prior to the date of its application for a licence.
(6) A veterans' club holding a licence to sell liquor at retail may issue to the wife or husband of a member a courtesy card, which shall entitle the holder thereof, when accompanied by
his or her wife or husband, to purchase or consume liquor by the glass in a licensed premises
operated by the veterans' club.
(c) A member in good standing of a veterans' club licensed under the Act shall be entitled,
upon producing evidence of such membership and signing the visitors' register as provided in the
Act but subject to the by-laws of the club he is visiting, to enter licensed premises operated by
any other veterans' club and to purchase or consume liquor by the glass in such licensed
premises.
10.03 Where a club is the holder of a dining-lounge or lounge licence, the Board may
direct that such licence shall entitle the members of the club to keep on the club premises a
reasonable quantity of liquor for personal consumption on the club premises.
DIVISION 11.—SEALS
11.01 The official seal to be attached to every package of liquor to be delivered to any
purchaser at a Government Liquor Store shall be in the following form and design, and shall be
serially numbered:—
11.02 The official seal to be placed on liquor which is required to be sealed pursuant to
subsection (1) of section 74 and pursuant to paragraph (20) of subsection (2) of section 148
of the Act shall be in the following form and design:— REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 41
liquor mmM n=
REPORTED w^^'
Plaice	
Date 1^ -
LCB-Kefereivce	
(Ta-x: Pa-id)
Issuer
DIVISION 12.—FORMS
12.01     (a)  Licences issued under the Act for the consumption of liquor by the glass shall
be in the forms following:—
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Dining-lounge Licence
For the Sale and Consumption of Liquor with Meals
, known as
located at
Issued to , the owner of the establishment classified as a
, in respect of
[This space to be used for the purposes of section 36 of the Act.]
Subject to prior suspension or cancellation pursuant to the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations thereunder, this licence expires on the 31st day of December, 19   .
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this day of , 19    .
Dining-lounge
Licence No.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
, located at
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Dining-room Licence
For the Sale and Consumption of Malt Liquor and Wine with Meals
Issued to , the owner of the establishment clasified as a , known as
in respect of
[This space to be used for the purposes of section 36 of the Act.]
Subject to prior suspension or cancellation pursuant to the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations thereunder, this licence expires on the 31st day of December, 19    .
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this day of , 19    .
Dining-room
Licence No.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Lounge Licence
For the Sale and Consumption of Liquor
Issued to , the owner of the establishment classified as a , known as , located at ,
in respect of
[This space to be used for the purposes of section 36 of the Act.]
Subject to prior suspension or cancellation pursuant to the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations thereunder, this licence expires on the 31st day of December, 19   .
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this day of , 19   .
Lounge
Licence No.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA. D 42 BRITISH COLUMBIA
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Public-house Licence
For the Sale and Consumption of Malt Liquor and Cider
Issued to , the owner of the establishment classified as a , known as , located at ,
in respect of
[This space to be used for the purposes of section 36 of the Act.]
Subject to prior suspension or cancellation pursuant to the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations thereunder, this licence expires on the 31st day of December, 19   .
Dated at Victoria, B.C., this day of , 19   .
Public-house
Licence No.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Forms of Application for Distillers' and Brewers' Licences
(6) The application for a Distiller's Licence shall be in the following form:—
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
(Section 94)
Application for Distiller's Licence
The undersigned hereby makes application for a Distiller's Licence for the year ending 31st December, 19
Dated at , B.C., this day of , a.d. 19    .
Signature of Applicant.
And the application shall be accompanied by a statutory declaration in the following
form:—
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
(Section 94)
Canada:
Province of British Columbia. [
ToWrr:
I, , of , British Columbia, [occupation], do solemnly declare that:—
1. I am [official position of declarant] of the [full name of distillery],
2. [In case of a corporation.]
(a) The head office of the said [full name of distillery] is situate at [No., street, city or town], in the
Province of British Columbia.
(_>) The name of the officers and directors of the said Mull name of distillery] are as follows:
(c) The total capital of the said  [full name of distillery] is as follows: [bonds,  preference,
common shares separately],
[In case of a partnership.]
(d) The full names and addresses of the members of the partnership are as follows:
3. The following is a complete list of all lands occupied or used by the said [full name of distillery or
distiller] in [his] [its] [their] business as a distiller:
4. The assessed value of all lands and improvements occupied or used by the said [full name of distillery or
distiller] in [his] [its] [their] business as a distiller is $
5. Attached hereto [is a copy] [are copies] of the last assessment notice(s) covering the lands and improvements mentioned in paragraph 3 above duly certified as correct by [name of Assessor concerned].
6. Herewith is the sum of $ , tendered by the applicant as the fee for the licence applied for.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing it to be of the same
force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at , British Columbia, ]
this day of , a.d. 19   . }     	
A Notary Public in and for the Province of British Columbia.
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
A Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
(c) The application for a Brewer's Licence shall be in the following form:—
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
(Section 94)
Application for Brewer's Licence
The undersigned hereby makes application for a Brewer's Licence for the year ending 31st December, 19
Dated at , B.C., this day of , a.d. 19   .
Signature of Applicant. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 43
And the application shall be accompanied by a statutory declaration in the following
form:—
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
(Section 94)
Canada:
Province of British Columbia.
ToWit:
I, , of , British Columbia, [occupation], do solemnly declare that: —
1. I am [official position of declarant] of the [full name of brewery],
1. [In case of a corporation.]
(a) The head office of the said [full name of brewery] is situate at [No., street, city or town], in the
Province of British Columbia.
(i>) The names of the officers and directors of the said [full name of brewery] are as follows:
(c) The total capital of the said  [full name of brewery] is as follows: [bonds, preference,
common shares separately].
[In case of a partnership.]
(„) The full names and addresses of the members of the partnership are as follows:
3. The following is a complete list of all lands occupied or used by the said [full name of brewery or
brewer] in [his] [its] [their] business as a brewer:
4. The assessed value of all lands and improvements occupied or used by the said [full name of brewery or
brewer] in [his] [its] [their] business as a brewer is $
5. Attached hereto [is a copy] [are copies] of the last assessment notice(s) covering the lands and improvements mentioned in paragraph 3 above duly certified as correct by [name of Assessor concerned].
6. The yearly output of the [full name of brewery] is gallons.
7. Herewith is the sum of $ , tendered by the applicant as the fee for the licence applied for.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at , British Columbia, \	
this day of , a.d. 19    . \
A Notary Public in and for the Province of British Columbia.
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
A Justice of the Peace in and for the Province of British Columbia.
(d) Licences shall be in the forms following:—
$ - No _ _
(Provincial Arms)
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
Distiller's Licence
This is to certify that [name of distiller, corporate or otherwise], having made application to the Liquor
Control Board in the prescribed form for a Distiller's Licence, and having paid the sum of dollars, being
the licence fee prescribed therefor, is hereby licensed and authorized to sell liquor to the Government of British
Columbia.  This licence expires on the 31st day of December, 19    .
Issued at Victoria, B.C., this day of , a.d. 19   .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
$   No 	
(Provincial Arms)
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
Brewer's Licence
This is to certify that [name of brewer, corporate or otherwise], having made application to the Liquor
Control Board in the prescribed form for a Brewer's Licence, and having paid the sum of dollars, being
the licence fee prescribed therefor, is hereby licensed and authorized to sell liquor to the Government of British
Columbia. This licence expires on the 31st day of December, 19    .
Issued at Victoria, B.C., this day of , a.d. 19   .
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
DIVISION 13.—PERMITS
13.01 (a) The application for a Permit, and the Permit, for use by a Druggist, Physician,
Dentist, or Veterinary, as required by clause {a) of section 11 and sections 20, 21, 22, and 23
(as the case may be) of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, shall be serially numbered and shall
be in the following form:— D 44 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Application for Permit
(Druggist, Physician, Dentist, or Veterinary)
I, [name in full], of [No., street, and city], [Province], profession , being a properly qualified and
duly registered within the meaning of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, lawfully and regularly engaged
in the practice of my said profession, hereby apply for a Permit to purchase liquor for use in accordance with
section 11 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations made thereunder.
25( Permit No.
(Clause (a), Section 11)
This is to certify that the above-named applicant is entitled to purchase liquor for use only in accordance
with section 11 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations made thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of , 19   .
This Permit is not transferable and expires on December 31st, 19    .
(Signature of applicant and permit-holder)—    LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Attested by (official position, Vendor, etc.)    (Signature of Issuer) . -	
(6) The application for a Permit, and the Permit, required by clause (a) of section 11 and
section 24 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, shall be serially numbered, and shall be in the
following form:— ._••,_
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Application for Permit
(Person in Charge of an Institution Regularly Conducted as a Hospital or Sanatorium for the Care of
Persons in 111 Health, or as a Home Devoted Exclusively to the Care of Aged People)
I, [name in full], the undersigned, of [No., street, city, Province], being in charge of [hospital, sanatorium,
etc.], situate at [full address], hereby apply for a Permit under clause (a) of section 11 of the Government
Liquor Act, 1953, to purchase liquor for and on behalf of and for medicinal purposes in the above-named institution in accordance with the provisions of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and regulations thereunder.
25( Permit No.
(Clause (a), Section 11)
This is to certify that the above-named applicant is entitled to purchase liquor for and on behalf of and for
medicinal purposes in [hospital, sanatorium, etc.], situate at {full address], in accordance with the provisions of
the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of , 19   .
This Permit is not transferable and expires on the 31st day of December, 19   .
(Signature of applicant and permit-holder)   LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Attested by (official position, Vendor, etc.)  _  (Signature of issuer)  	
(c) The application for a Permit, and the Permit, required by clause (a) of section 11 of
the Government Liquor Act, 1953, relating to a person engaged within the Province in mechanical or manufacturing business or in scientific pursuits requiring liquor for use therein, shall be
serially numbered and shall be in the following form:—
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Application for Permit
(Person Engaged in Mechanical or Manufacturing Business or in Scientific Pursuits)
I, [name in full], of [No., street, and city], [Province], being engaged in the business of , hereby
make application for a permit to purchase liquor for use in business as a
25f Permit No.
This is to certify that the above-named applicant is entitled to purchase liquor for use only in busi
ness as a in accordance with the provisions of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations
made thereunder.
Issued at , B.C., this day of , 19   .
This Permit is not transferable and expires on the 31st day of December, 19   .
(Signature of applicant and permit-holder)-   LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Attested by (official position, Vendor, etc.)   (Signature of issuer) 	 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 45
(d) The application for a Permit, and the Permit, required by clause (_>) of section 11 of
the Government Liquor Act, 1953, relating to the purchase of sacramental wine by a Minister
of the Gospel, shall be serially numbered and in the following form:—
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Application for Permit
(Minister of the Gospel)
Name (in full)
Address (in full)
Denomination
I, the above-named, being Minister of the Gospel of Church at [No., street, and city], British
Columbia, hereby make application for a Permit to purchase wine for sacramental purposes for use in
accordance with subsection (i) of section 11 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations
thereunder.
25* Permit No.
This is to certify that [name in full], of [address in full], has made application in the prescribed form and
is entitled to purchase wine for sacramental purposes for use only in accordance with the provisions of the
Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the regulations thereunder.
Dated at , B.C., this day of , 19   .
This Permit is not transferable and is valid from date of issue to December 31st next following.
(Signature of applicant and permit-holder)  LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
Attested by (official position, Vendor, etc.)  (Signature of issuer)	
(e) The fee payable in respect of a Permit issued under clause (c) of section 11 of the
Government Liquor Act, 1953, shall be as follows:—
In respect of permits providing for the consumption of wine or malt liquor, or both, $1.
For any other kind of liquor, $2.
Application for such Permit shall be in the following form:—
(Provincial Arms)
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Application for Banquet or Entertainment Permit
(Clause (c) of Section 11)
_, the undersigned , of , hereby make application for a Banquet or Entertainment Permit
under clause (c) of section 11 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, as [state official position] of [state name
of association; strike out words not applicable], of [address], to purchase the undermentioned liquor for
consumption at the time of day, date, and place set out hereunder.
I am qualified to purchase liquor pursuant to the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and regulations thereunder.
The following are particulars in respect of which application is made herewith:—
Purposes for which permit is required
Approximate number of persons participating
Quantity of liquor required:—
(a) Spirits and liqueurs
(6) and (c) Wines and malt   liquor
Is liquor to be sold?   Yes   □    No   □
If yes, price at which liquor will be sold:—
Liquor:   Price per drink .   Ounces per drink
Wine:  Price per drink .   Ounces per drink
Beer:   Price per bottle
Place where liquor will be consumed [state full address, street, and number].
Name of place
Specific location within the building where liquor will be served
Is a licence held under the Government Liquor Act, 1953, in respect of the building, or any part of the
building, where the banquet or entertainment is to be held?
State number of permits procured by applicant during the past twelve months
Date on which liquor will be consumed
Hours during which liquor will be consumed
Government Liquor Store at which liquor will be purchased
It is understood that
(i) only a bona fide guest is to be admitted to the banquet or entertainment;   and
(ii) the banquet or entertainment is not to be conducted for the purpose or with the intention of
gain or profit;
(iii) a Banquet or Entertainment Permit becomes void ipso facto if and when the banquet or entertainment is conducted for the purpose or with the intention of gain or profit, or when other than a
bona fide guest is admitted to the banquet or entertainment;
(iv) liquor purchased under a Banquet or Entertainment Permit may be sold to bona fide guests in
the premises specified in the permit, for consumption by them only in those premises, at a price
sufficient only to return the permit fee, the cost of the liquor so purchased, and a further amount
sufficient only to pay for the cost of transporting, handling, and serving the liquor.
(Signature of applicant)   	
(Witness)   _  _     (Address of applicant, street) _   	
(Date)   (Place)    	 D 46 BRITISH COLUMBIA
The permit issued under clause (c) of section 11 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953,
shall be serially numbered and in the following form:—
Fee $ (Provincial Arms) No.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Banquet or Entertainment Permit
(Clause (c) of Section 11)
This is to certify that , [official position] of [association or other organization],  [address in full],
has made application in the prescribed form  and  is  entitled  to purchase liquor  as  hereinafter  described,
namely:—-
Spirits and liqueurs
Wines and malt liquor
Price, if liquor to be sold:—
Liquor:   Price per drink .   Ounces per drink
Wine:   Price per drink .   Ounces per drink
Beer:   Price per bottle
for consumption in a public place, namely:—
On the premises known as
Specific location within the building where liquor will be served
City or town , B.C.
On the day of , 19   .
Between the hours of       am-1 and \ a'm'
p.m. J ( p.m.
for the purpose of only.
This Permit is granted on the following conditions that
(1) if required by the Board, any constable, or other officer designated by the Board for that purpose,
shall be at liberty to enter the premises on which the above-described liquor is to be consumed
at any time between the hours aforesaid;
(2) (i) only a bona fide guest is to be admitted to the banquet or entertainment; and
(ii) the banquet or entertainment is not to be conducted for the purpose or with the
intention of gain or profit;
(iii) a Banquet or Entertainment Permit becomes void ipso facto if and when the banquet
or entertainment is conducted for the purpose or with the intention of gain or profit, or when
other than a bona fide guest is admitted to the banquet or entertainment;
(iv) liquor purchased under a Banquet or Entertainment Permit may be sold to bona fide
guests in the premises specified in the permit, for consumption by them only in those premises,
at a price sufficient only to return the permit fee, the cost of the liquor so purchased, and a
further amount sufficient only to pay for the cost of transporting, handling, and serving the liquor.
Dated at , B.C., this day of , 19   .
(Signature of permit-holder)  LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
Attested by  (official position,  Vendor, etc.)  (Signature of issuer)	
(/) No permit may be issued under clause (c) of section 11 of the Government Liquor
Act, 1953, for any Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas Day, or any part of such days.
(g) The following provisions shall apply to the issuance of a Banquet or Entertainment
Permit:—
(i) A Banquet or Entertainment Permit may be issued only after a representative of the
Board duly authorized to issue the permit has received an application in the form
prescribed and in which it is stated unequivocally that
(a) only a bona fide guest is to be admitted to the banquet or entertainment; and
(b) the banquet or entertainment is not to be conducted for the purpose or with
the intention of gain or profit:
(ii) A Banquet or Entertainment Permit becomes void ipso facto if and when the banquet
or entertainment is conducted for the purpose or with the intention of gain or profit,
or when other than a bona fide guest is admitted to the banquet or entertainment:
(iii) Liquor purchased under a Banquet or Entertainment Permit may be sold to bona fide
guests in the premises specified in the permit, for consumption by them only in those
premises, at a price sufficient only to return the permit fee, the cost of the liquor so
purchased, and a further amount sufficient only to pay for the cost of transporting,
handling, and serving the liquor.
DIVISION 14 DELIVERY
Delivery of Malt Liquor
14.01 The following provisions shall apply in respect of the delivery of malt liquor within
the Province by brewers, the conveyance or carrying of malt liquor within the Province, the
making of returns by brewers of their sales of malt liquor, and for the checking of the accuracy
of any such returns:— REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 47
(a) In this regulation " barrel" shall include keg; and " Inspector" shall mean any
Inspector appointed under the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
(fc) No malt liquor shall be delivered or be conveyed or carried from a brewery, brewery
agency, or warehouse otherwise than by a common carrier by railway or water, unless a serially
numbered delivery slip thereof on a form obtained from the Board, in Form A in the schedule
to this regulation, is first made out in quadruplicate, the four parts thereof to be numbered (in
addition to the serial number) and to be known respectively as Delivery Slip No. 1, No. 2, No. 3,
and No. 4; nor unless the Delivery Slips Nos. 1, 2, and 3 have been handed to and are in the
possession of the person in charge of the vehicle by which the malt liquor is conveyed or carried.
(c) Delivery Slip No. 4 shall in every case be retained in the brewery, brewery agency, or
warehouse from which the malt liquor is delivered or conveyed or carried; and every person in
charge of the brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse shall from time to time, on request of any
Inspector or constable, or any officer designated by the Board, produce for inspection all delivery
slips so retained.
(d) Every person in charge of a vehicle by which malt liquor is delivered or conveyed or
carried from a brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse shall
(i) on request of any Inspector or constable, or any officer designated by the Board, produce for inspection the Delivery Slips Nos. 1, 2, and 3 herein prescribed in respect of
that malt liquor;
(ii)  on delivery of the malt liquor to the consignee thereof, hand to the consignee Delivery
Slip No. 2, and obtain the signature of the consignee to Delivery Slips Nos. 1 and 3;
(iii) on so obtaining the signature of the consignee, forward Delivery Slips Nos. 1 and 3 to
the person in charge of the brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse from which the
malt liquor is delivered;
provided that where the malt liquor is delivered or transferred from the vehicle to a common
carrier by railway or water instead of to the consignee, or where for any reason the signature of
the consignee cannot be obtained, a memorandum of the facts shall be made on the face of the
Delivery Slip No. 1, which shall be returned to the person in charge of the brewery, brewery
agency, or warehouse, and forwarded to the Board pursuant to clause (/) of this regulation.
(e) Where the consignee who receives any delivery Slip No. 2, in respect of malt liquor
delivered to him, is the agent or employee of the brewery from which the malt liquor is delivered,
he shall retain the delivery slip, and on request of any Inspector or constable, or any officer
designated by the Board, shall from time to time produce for inspection all delivery slips so
received.
(/) Every person in charge of a brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse from which any
delivery or shipment of malt liquor is made during any week shall on the Monday forenoon next
following forward to the Board the Delivery Slips No. 1 corresponding to all deliveries or shipments so made, having thereon in each case the signature of the consignee or the memorandum
of facts herein prescribed, and accompanied by a return in Form B in the schedule to this regulation stating the total quantity of malt liquor sold during the last preceding week, and that the
delivery slips so forwarded contain a full and true statement of all deliveries or shipments of
malt liquor from the premises of the brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse during the last
preceding week, except only such other deliveries or shipments as are set out in the return, and
setting out in detail all deliveries or shipments of malt liquor from the brewery, brewery agency,
or warehouse made during the last preceding week other than those covered by the delivery slips
forwarded with the return.
(g) No delivery or removal of malt liquor shall be made from the premises of any
brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse
(i)  at any time before seven o'clock in the forenoon or after seven o'clock in the afternoon of any day;
(ii)   on any Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas Day;
(iii)  during the time the poll is open on any day on which polling takes place at any
Federal or Provincial election held in the electoral district in which the brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse is situate;
(iv)  during the time the poll is open on any day on which polling takes place at any
municipal election held in the municipality in which the brewery, brewery agency,
or warehouse is situate;
(v) during such other periods and on such other days as the Board may in writing direct.
(ft) No barrel containing draught beer shall be shipped or removed from a brewery unless
the barrel is first sealed by firmly affixing a serially numbered shipping seal obtained from the
Board, in Form C in the schedule to this regulation, adjacent to the spigot-hole or tapping bushing at the head of the barrel.   Before any shipping seal is so affixed, the person in charge of the
brewery shall cause it to be perforated with letters and figures of at least one-quarter of an inch
in height so as to indicate the initials of the person or corporation operating the brewery, and
the date on which the barrel is shipped or removed from the brewery. D 48 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(i) Every person in charge of a brewery shall keep true registers of all shipping seals
obtained from the Board and of all shipping seals used pursuant to this regulation, which
registers shall be in Form D and Form E in the schedule to this regulation respectively. In
case any shipping seals in the possession of a brewer become damaged or defaced or otherwise
unfit for use, a memorandum of the facts shall be entered in the register Form E, and the seals
shall be retained for disposition by an Inspector.
(/) In addition to the returns which brewers are required to make under clause (/) of this
regulation, every brewer licensed by the Government of Canada who manufactures malt liquor
within the Province shall, on the first day of each month, forward to the Board a true copy of
every excise-tax return filed by him during the last preceding month pursuant to the Excise Tax
Act of Canada, and of every supplementary or amending excise-tax return so filed, in Form F
in the schedule to this regulation.
(fe) Every person in charge of a brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse shall from time
to time, on request of any Inspector or constable, or any officer designated by the Board, admit
the Inspector, constable, or officer to all parts of the brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse
for the purpose of making inspections therein and for the checking of the accuracy of returns
made by any brewer; and shall thereupon produce and submit to the Inspector, constable, or
officer for his inspection all books, documents, and records kept therein and all malt liquor had
or kept therein; and shall furnish to the Inspector, constable, or officer such assistance as may
be required by him for the making of any inspection of the malt liquor so had or kept.
SCHEDULE
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Delivery Slip No.   FORM A Serial No..
Brewer's Delivery Slip
Government Liquor Store     Requisition No  	
I hereby certify that malt liquor in the containers and quantities following, namely:—
Draught Beer Bottled
.  _  barrels    doz. quarts malt liquor
   half-barrels  doz. pints malt liquor
   quarter-barrels  doz. pints stout
 doz. pints ale
is being shipped this day from [name of brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse] at , B.C., to [name of
consignee] at , B.C., in charge of [name of driver of vehicle], in a vehicle the motor-licence number of
which is
Dated this day of , 19    .
(Signature of person in charge of brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse.)
Received the malt liquor above mentioned.
Consignee.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM B
Brewer's Weekly Return
Canada: "|
Province of British Columbia. \
To Wit: j
I, , of , in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly declare:—
1. That I am [state official position of declarant], and am in charge of the premises known as [state name of
brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse], situate at
2. That the total quantity of malt liquor delivered or shipped from the said premises during the week last
preceding the date of the making of this declaration is [state number of bottles, kegs, barrels, or other containers].
3. That the delivery slips, serial numbers to , inclusive, hereto annexed, contain an accurate
statement of all malt liquor delivered or shipped from the said premises during the said week, except only such
other deliveries or shipments as are hereinafter set out.
4. That the following deliveries or shipments of malt liquor, as to which no delivery slips were made out,
were made from the said premises during the said week:— REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 49
Date, Name,
Quantity
Name of
Carrier
and Address of
Consignee
Barrels
Half-
barrels
Quarter-
barrels
Bottled
Malt Liquor
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at
, this day of
19
(Signature of declarant.)
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within
British Columbia, Notary Public, etc.
N.B.—This return must be completed and forwarded to the Liquor Control Board not later than the
Monday forenoon following the week in which the deliveries or shipments were made.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM C
Shipping Seal
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
MALT
LIQUOR
Draught
No.	
MALT
LIQUOR
Draught
No.	
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM D
Register of Shipping Seals Obtained
Name of brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse
Address
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM E
Register of Shipping Seals Used
Name of brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse
Date
Obtained
Serial Numbers
Initials of
Person
from
Board
From
To
Making
Entry
Address
Date
Seals
Used
Serial Numbers
Initials of
From
To
Making
Entry
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM F
Brewer's Monthly Return
I, , of , in the Province of British Columbia, [official position], do solemnly declare that the
[number] sheets of paper hereto attached contain true copies of all excise-tax returns in Form B 93 (including D 50 BRITISH COLUMBIA
supplementary or amending returns) filed by [name of brewer] during the last preceding calendar month pursuant
to the Excise Tax Act of Canada.
Dated this day of , 19    .
(Signature of person in charge of brewery.)
N.B.—This return must be forwarded to the Liquor Control Board on the first day of the month following
that covered by the return.
Delivery of Liquor Other than Malt Liquor
14.02 The following provisions shall apply in respect of the delivery of liquor within the
Province by distillers or wineries, the conveyance or carrying of liquor within the Province, the
making of returns by distillers or wineries of their sales of liquor, and for the checking of the
accuracy of any such returns:—
(a) In this regulation " Inspector " shall mean any Inspector appointed under the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
(6) No liquor shall be delivered or be conveyed or carried from a distillery, winery, or
winery warehouse (otherwise than by common carrier, by railway or water) unless a serially
numbered delivery slip thereof on a form obtained from the Board, in Form A in the schedule
to this regulation, is first made out in quadruplicate, the four parts thereof to be numbered (in
addition to the serial number) and to be known respectively as Delivery Slip No. 1, No. 2,
No. 3, and No. 4; nor unless the Delivery Slips Nos. 1, 2, and 3 have been handed to, and are
in the possession of, the person in charge of the vehicle by which the liquor is delivered, or
conveyed, or carried.
(c) Delivery Slip No. 4 shall in every case be retained in the distillery, winery, or winery
warehouse from which the liquor was delivered, or conveyed, or carried.
(«_) Every person in charge of a vehicle by which liquor is delivered, or conveyed, or
carried from a distillery, winery, or winery warehouse shall,
(i)  on request of any Inspector or constable, or any officer designated by the Board,
produce for inspection the Delivery Slips Nos.  1, 2, and 3, herein prescribed, in
respect of that liquor;
(ii)  on delivery of the liquor to the consignee, or common carrier by railway or water,
as the case may be, hand to the consignee or such common carrier Delivery Slip
No. 2 and obtain his signature to Delivery Slips Nos. 1 and 3;
(iii)  on so obtaining the signature as aforesaid, forward Delivery Slips Nos. 1 and 3 to
the person in charge of the distillery, winery, or winery warehouse from which the
liquor was delivered, or conveyed, or carried, who shall retain Delivery Slip No. 3
in the distillery, winery, or winery warehouse and shall forward Delivery Slip No. 1
with Form B as provided in clause (e) of this regulation.
(e)  Every person in charge of a distillery, winery, or winery warehouse from which any
delivery or shipment of liquor is made during any week shall on the Monday next following
forward to the Board a return in Form B in the schedule to this regulation.
(/) Every person in charge of a distillery, winery, or winery warehouse shall from time to
time, on request of any Inspector, or any officer designated by the Board, admit such Inspector
or officer to all parts of the distillery, winery, or winery warehouse for the purpose of making
inspections therein and for the checking of the accuracy of returns made by any distiller, winery,
or winery warehouse, and shall thereupon produce and submit to such Inspector or officer, for
his inspection, all books, documents, and records kept therein and all the liquor had or kept
therein, and shall furnish to such Inspector or officer such assistance as may be required by him
for the making of any inspection of the records or of the liquor so had or kept.
SCHEDULE
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM A
Distiller's Delivery Slip
Delivery Slip No...
Serial No	
I hereby certify that the liquor as undermentioned is being shipped this day from [name of distillery] at
, B.C., to [name of consignee] at , in charge of [name of driver of vehicle] in a vehicle the
motor licence number of which is
Dated this day of , 19    .
(Signature of person in charge of distillery.) REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 51
Number of Cases,
Sacks, Barrels, or
Other Containers,
as the Case
May Be
Number of Bottles
per Case, or Sack
and Size; Number
of Gallons per
Barrel, as the
Case May Be
Kind of Liquor
and Brand
Whether in Bond
or Duty Paid
No. of Permit,
Form T. 204,
Excise Tax
Act
Received the liquor above mentioned.
Consignee or common carrier (as case may be).
Address:
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM B
Distiller's Weekly Return
Canada : "I
Province of British Columbia. \
To Wit: J
I, , of , in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly declare:—
1. That I am [state official position of declarant] and am in charge of the premises known as [state name of
distillery], situate at
2. That the delivery slips, serial numbers to , inclusive, hereto annexed, contain an accurate
statement of all liquor removed from the said distillery during the week last preceding the date of the making
of this declaration, except as hereinafter set out.
3. That the following is an accurate statement of all liquor removed from the said distillery during the said
week, for which no delivery slips were made out:—
Date, Name,
and Address
of Consignee
Number of
Cases, Sacks,
Barrels, or Other
Containers, as
the Case May Be
Number of
Bottles per Case,
or Sack, and
Size; Number
of Gallons per
Barrel, etc., as
the Case May Be
Kind of
Liquor
and
Brand
Whether in
Bond or
Duty Paid
Name of
Carrier
No. of
Permit, Form
T. 204,
Excise Tax
Act
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at , this )      _     	
day of , 19   . J
(Signature of declarant.)
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within
British Columbia, Notary Public, etc.
N.B.—This return must be completed and forwarded to the Liquor Control Board, Victoria, B.C.,
later than the Monday forenoon following the week in which deliveries or shipments were made.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM A
Winery Delivery Slip
Delivery Slip No.
Serial No	
I hereby certify that the wine as undermentioned is being shipped this day from [name of winery or warehouse] at [address] in charge of [name of driver of vehicle] in a vehicle the motor licence number of which
is
Dated this day of , 19   .
(Signature of person in charge of winery.) D 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Consignee
Type of
Wine
and Brand
Number of
Cases or
Number of
Barrels
Size of
Barrel,
Bottles,
or Containers
Number of
Bottles or
Containers
per Case
Carrier
Received the wine above mentioned.
Consignee or common carrier (as case may be).
Address:
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
FORM B
Winery Weekly Return
Canada:
Province of British Columbia.
ToWrr:
I, , of , in the Province of British Columbia, do solemnly declare:—
1. That I am [state official position of declarant] and am in charge of the premises known as [state name
of winery], situate at
2. That the delivery slips, serial numbers to , inclusive, hereto annexed, contain an accurate
statement of all liquor removed from the said winery during the week last preceding the date of the making
of this declaration, except as hereinafter set out.
3. That the following is an accurate statement of all liquor removed from the said winery during the
said week, for which no delivery slips were made out:—
Date, Name,
and
Address
of
Consignee
Kind
of
Wine
and
Brand
Number of
Cases
Number of
Barrels
Size of
Barrels,
Bottles,
or
Containers
Number of
Bottles
or
Containers
per
Case
Carrier
No. of Permit
under Sec. 43
and 34.1 of
Excise Tax
Act
DIVISION 15.—REPORTS
Report to Be Made of Liquor Not Purchased from a Government Liquor Store
15.01 In accordance with the provisions of subsection (1) of section 95 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953, the form to be used by every person for reporting to the Board liquor
which he keeps, or has in his possession, or under his control, which has not been purchased
from a Vendor at a Government Liquor Store, shall be as follows:—
File Reference No	
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
(Section 95)
Report of Liquor in Possession Which Has Not Been Purchased from a Government Liquor Store
Quantity
Cost
(Landed Price)
(This column for use of Liquor
Control Board only.)
Amount of Tax
$
.
$
Total 	
Add 10 per cent
of above tax
Total tax due
t REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1959/60
D 53
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Canada :
Province of British Columbia.
To Wit:
I, , of , in the Province of British Columbia do solemnly declare that the above statement
is a just and true account of all liquor kept by me, or in my possession, or under my control, which has not
been purchased from a Vendor at a Government Liquor Store, and which I am required to report to the Liquor
Control Board under section 95 of the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at , in the Province of British ) 	
Columbia, this day of ,  19    . j
A Commissioner for Taking Affidavits within British Columbia.
A Notary Public for the Province of British Columbia.
Stipendiary Magistrate for
A Justice of the Peace for the Province of British Columbia.
A  Vendor.
This form, when completed, to be forwarded to the Secretary, Liquor Control Board, Victoria, B.C.
Records and Reports to Be Made by Druggists
15.02 (o) Every druggist shall keep a record of all liquor purchased or received by him,
showing the date and the address of the Government Liquor Store at which same was purchased.
(6) Every druggist shall keep a record of every sale or disposal of liquor by him under
prescription, and shall retain in his possession the prescriptions covering the liquor dispensed
as aforesaid.
(c) Every druggist shall keep a record of all liquor used in manufacture; the said record
shall include the quantity of liquor used, the date, and the medicinal preparation manufactured.
(_) All records mentioned in subsections (a), (_), and (c) shall be open at all times for
inspection by any Inspector or police officer.
(e) Every druggist shall, on the first Monday in each calendar month, forward to the
Secretary of the Liquor Control Board, Victoria, B.C., a report showing the kind and quantity
of liquor sold and dispensed under prescription and used in manufacture during the month
immediately preceding, and such report shall be in the following form:—
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953
Regulation No.
I, , of , a duly registered and qualified  druggist within  the meaning of the  Government
Liquor Act, 1953, hereby state that the following is a true and correct statement of all liquor sold and dispensed
under prescription and used by me in the manufacture of medicinal preparations during the month of       , 19   .
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When no liquor is dispensed or used a Nil report must be forwarded.
DIVISION 16.—CONSULS, NATO FORCES, SHIPS' STORES
16.01    The Liquor Control Board may determine, as required, the price at which liquor
may be sold to
(a) masters or owners of any ocean-going vessel or foreign yacht for the purpose of
ships' stores; the quantity of liquor supplied will only be that deemed necessary by
the Collector of Customs and Excise; D 54 BRITISH COLUMBIA
(_>) representatives of Her Majesty's governments and of foreign countries as set forth
by the regulations of the Department of National Revenue, Customs Division, established under item 706 of the Customs Tariff; liquor to be supplied for personal or
official use only;
(c) NATO forces serving in Canada under the provisions of Article IX of NATO Status
of Forces Agreement and section 24 of the Visiting Forces (North Atlantic Treaty)
Act, in accordance with established quotas as set by Department of National Revenue,
Customs and Excise;
(d) persons who request brands of liquor not shown on Price List No. 1.
DIVISION 17.—EMPLOYEES' INSURANCE
17.01 (a) Life insurance, either in the form of group insurance or in some other form
as may be agreed on between the Board and the insurance company, shall be provided for the
officers and employees of the Board in some life insurance company or companies carrying on
business in British Columbia; premiums applicable to the Board's portion and expenses of
procuring the same to be payable out of the funds of the Board.
(6) The officers and employees of the Board to whom this regulation shall apply shall
be those only who are members of the permanent staff of the Board, appointed by the Board
or otherwise appointed under the Government Liquor Act, 1953.
(c) The amount of insurance to be provided for each officer or employee, respectively,
shall be in accordance with a classification to be agreed on between the Board and the insurance
company.
DIVISION  18.—SPECIAL SUPERANNUATION
18.01 Superannuation shall be provided for employees of the Board who by virtue of
their age are not contributors of the Liquor Board pension scheme. This shall apply only to
employees with six months' continuous service prior to October 1st, 1949. Administration of
this fund shall be carried out in accordance with Board resolution.
DIVISION 19.—DELIVERY OF LIQUOR BY PARCEL POST
19.01 The delivery of liquor within the Province of British Columbia by the Liquor
Control Board may be made by parcel post.
Amendments published in The British Columbia Gazette of December 30th, 1954, at
page 4300; March 31st, 1955, at page 1106; May 5th, 1955, at page 1560;
July 28th, 1955, at page 2654; June 21st, 1956, at page 2570; and June 19th,
1958, at page 1953. REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60
D 55
APPENDIX C—Continued
Plebiscites
Results of plebiscites held under the Government Liquor Act, 1953, and the Liquor-control
Plebiscites Act are contained in a report published by the Chief Electoral Officer.
Price Lists
Orders in Council passed and affecting the price lists during the period April 1st, 1959, to
March 31st, 1960, are as follows:—
Price-list
Order in
Council No.
Date
Approved
Remarks
No. 1.    Wines and Spirits	
Nos. 8, 8a, 8b, 8c.    Pure grain alcohol-
No. 1.   Wines and Spirits...	
No. 1.   Wines and Spirits	
No. 1.   Wines and Spirits -	
No. 1. Wines and Spirits..	
918
1039
2624
152
549
730
24-4-59
14-5-59
23-11-59
25-1-60
8-3-60
25-3-60
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment. D 56
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Purchased, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control
Board as at March 3 1st, 1960
Lease
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Administrative Offices
1016 Langley St., Victoria 	
	
Warehouses
Victoria:
1019 Wharf St	
rental of top floor, $575 per month.
Basement area, 1252 Wharf St....
Vancouver:
857 Beatty St  	
14-3-61
3 years
$100.00
869-871 Beatty St 	
Bk.   8,   D.L.   311,   Gp.   1,   on
Marine   Drive,   bounded   by
Cambie   St.,   Kent   St.,   and
Yukon St -	
	
Government Liquor Stores
31-12-65
100.00
70.00
70.00
Alert Bay - _	
5 years
Atlin...                    -	
	
Chemainus -	
30-11-62
3 years
85.00
L.C.B. property.
	
L.C.B. property.
75.00
75.00
325.00
31-10-60
Dawson Creek  	
5 years
Includes heat and water.
30-9-62
31-10-62
30-11-60
3 years
150.00
Includes heat;   new store-site, L.C.B.
Fort St. John _ -	
property.
3 years
2 years
75.00
175.00
125.00
65.00
31-12-63
5 years
L.C.B. property.
Greenwood -	
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.
	
	
	
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.
	
300.00
L.C.B. property.
3 years
3 years
3 years
rented,   $40   per   month;    revenue
received from monthly rental, $20.
Langley	
30-9-61
150.00
30-11-62
30-11-60
31-10M51
115.00
90.00
3 years
200.00
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property.
	
J REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1959/60 D 57
APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Purchased, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control
Board as at March 31st, 1960—Continued
Lease
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Nakusp—	
31-10-62
3 years
$95.00
90.00
200.00
50.00
L.C.B. property.
Natal
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy;   includes heat and
water.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
	
L.C.B. property.
5 years
	
L.C.B. property.
L.C.B. property;   living-quarters
Oliver	
31-1-65
110.00
75.00
60.00
rented, $30 per month.
Monthly tenancy.
Parksville 	
31-10-60
3 years
L.C.B. property.
7 years
5 years
400.00
200.00
125.00
L.C.B. property.
31-12-67
30-4-63
Monthly tenancy; includes heat.
L.C.B. property.
120.00
L.C.B. property.
30-11-60
1 year
31-5-61
3 years
5 years
70.00
L.C.B. property.
250.00
L.C.B. property.
30-11-60
L.C.B. property.
30-4-61
3 years
150.00
Includes heat and water.
	
375.00
95.00
90.00
L.C.B. property.
14-10-60
31-5-62
31-1-61
1 year
3 years
3 years
New store-site, L.C.B. property;   rev
enue received from monthly rental,
$100 per month.
Living-quarters  rented,   $20  per
month.
Trail                  	
31-1^62
5 years
210.00
165.00
Includes heat.
Vancouver:
214-218 Carrall St   .
775 Davie St	
30-4-61
31-3-61
5 years
3 years
305.00
350.00
6372-6374 Fraser St	
	
230 East Hastings St	
822-826 Hornby St	
3 years
5 years
300.00
375.00
5565-5575   West   Boulevard
(Kerrisdale)	
8488-8490 Granville St.   (Mar-
30-4-61
31-9-61
817-829 West Pender St	
2637  East Hastings   St.   (Ren-
	
from rentals, $385 per month.
L.C.B. property.
	
L.C.B. property.
Victoria:
1949 Fort St.
31-11-69
31-12-62
31-1-61
10 years
5 years
3 years
655.20
400.00
400.00
634 Humboldt St	
716 Johnson St	
Wells	
West Summerland	
West Vancouver	
Whalley.	
30-9-60
31-3-61
30-6-61
1 year
2 years
5 years
70.00
325.00
375.00
Includes heat.
L.C.B. property.
White Rock	
31-3-64
5 years
260.00
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Permits Issued from April 1st, 1959, to March 31st, 1960
Recapitulation
D 59
Description
Number
Issued
Price
Amount
Druggists, physicians, dentists, and veterinaries, sec. 11 (a)..
Hospitals and sanitoria, sec. 11 (a)_
Mechanical and manufacturers, sec. 11 (a) 	
Mechanical and manufacturers, issued free, sec. 11 (a)..
Minister of the gospel, sec. 11 (b) 	
Permits, sec. 11 (c). -   	
Permits, sec. 11 (c) —    	
Permits, issued free for Government purposes, sec. 11 (c)..
Totals _ _ _ _..
117
17
41
1
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1,334
18,992
10
$0.25
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.25
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.25
1.00
2.00
1.00, 2.00
$29.25
4.25
10.25
5.50
1,334.00
37,984.00
$39,367.25  APPENDIX C—Continued
CHART ILLUSTRATING SALE OF LIQUOR AND ADMINISTRATION OF GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT, 1953, BY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS, FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 3 1st, 1960
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Government
liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating
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Costs
Net Profit
§§ Cities,
Municipalities, and
Villages
Balance of District,
■';'? Unorganized
Territory
PROSECUTIONS
Public House
Dining-room
Dining-lounge
Lounge
Brewers
Distillers
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834,630.91
117,775.65
119,634.94
33,124.62
42,526.75
1,257,765.13
1,147,691.88
1,014,686.78
633,613.71
91,337.05
541,777.59
1,004,610.98
292,341.69
277,269.60
680,090.60
858,446.18
139,487.60
186,715.99
142,825.15
200,757.05
791,190.92
304,501.45
260,570.04
734,834.57
451,527.47
491,108.96
373,890.31
550,091.92
1,264,024.25
1,145,109.80
515,583.10
$130,493.35
270,998.09
38,374.09
38,747.63
10,715.86
13,830.41
409,977.56
374,603.39
328,431.96
205,728.12
29,603.38
175,934.46
325,946.26
94,266.97
89,360.52
220,512.91
278,511.57
45,328.53
60,378.32
45,934.90
65,152.54
256,650.49
98,894.07
84,703.96
238,290.31
146,676.75
159.727.04
121,337.94
178,750.70
410,958.68
373,302.93
167,141.41
$20,020.48
37,753.40
7,520.42
9,869.31
8,498.09
8,341.72
65,330.85
60,686.25
39,814.92
23,229.06
9,772.54
29,648.10
46,303.55
9,103.36
13,060.02
34,561.88
28,886.26
8,467.51
10,974.45
11,265.85
9,837.70
28,267.86
16,614.88
14,888.09
24,558.68
18,108.11
27,171.49
17,845.13
27,168.07
49,020.95
58,013.38
31,706.37
$110,472.87
233,244.69
30,853.67
28,878.32
2,217.77
5,488.69
344,646.71
313,917.14
288,617.04
182,499.06
19,830.84
146,286.36
279,642.71
85,163.61
76,300.50
185,951.03
249,625.31
36,861.02
49,403.87
34,669.05
55,314.84
228,382.63
82,279.19
69,815.87
213,731.63
128,568.64
132,555.55
103,492.81
151,582.63
361,937.73
---315,289.55
135,435.04
47
139
2
2
3
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189
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57
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49
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26
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21
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118
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3,525.00
80.00
25.66
40.00
50.00
1,585.00
3,820.00
6,660.00
2,255.00
1,835.00
465.00
1,247.50
	
	
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$5,135.00
1,635.00
3,820.00
Williams Lake	
W»ii«
Balance of district	
10,750.00
Abbotsford	
	
	
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.    -illi--!l_.
755.00
202.00
645.00
1,380.00
3,145.00
1,046.00
1,665.00
1,195.00
920.00
2,318.50
50.00
980.00
490.00
545.00
625.00
	
3,314.50
Balance "f h; ..rir+
	
4,525.00
Campbell River _	
	
Chemainus	
	
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7,194 JO
2,640.00
Balance of district ;
' " '
3,340.00
276.00
Kimberley	
	
3,616.00
3,325.00
2,185.00
  ■
1,805.00
7,145.00
470.00
1.065.00
	
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$50.00
1 16,045.00
213,450.11
718,121.94
756,840.69
462,280.62
482,188.80
440,301.56
1,415,532.00
294,218.35
159,226.16
112,317.26
2,274,583.23
307,162.06
139,931.93
201,741.37
1,864,600.57
70,300.36
85,624.70
132,607.41
191,967.90
240,115.73.-.'
372,295.73
145,980.06
385,826.35
748,772.70
357,441.69
1,601,180.08
161,250.96
310,111.89
848,839.41
127,644.78
3,849,557.76
141,473.96
978,687.77
64,188.26
74,926.30
1,688,724.63
1,451,002.75
69,030.16
233,329.05
246,367.94
150,034.25
156,563.49
143,669.12
459,932.12
95,432.03
51,709.39
36,433.99
738,634.52
99,434.74
45,375.87
65,345.27
604,674.77
22,721.80
27,714.17
43,000.05
62,275.73
77,632.65
120,570.47
47,426.82
125,106.82
243,186.64
115,716.07
519,897.18
52,179.57
100,682.13
275,303.88
41,455.99
1,249,697.03
45,912.20
317,157.83
20,856.51
24,360.68
549,319.00
471,328.28
11,546.89
29,297.93
28,714.91
25,961.99
28,326.54
20,078.44
69,813.87
12,660.65
9,433.80
8,258.46
74,688.03
17,609.66
9,089.48
9,066.44
67,774.07
8,714.57
7,992.45
8,481.97
9,538.85
21,126.92
17,621.14
9,584.87
15,208.94
31,898.76
18,820.99
59,363.96
9,265.52
13,491.79
35,510.67
9,048.83
174,553.01
8,959.10
39,922.69
9,138.91
8,221.31
90,031.19
61,324.63
57,483.27
204,031.12
217,653.03
124,072-26
128,236.95
123,590.68
390,118.21
82,771.38
42,275.59
28,175.53
663,946.49
81,825.08
36,286.39
56,278.83
536,900.70
14,007.23
19,721.72
34,518.08
52,736.88
56,505.73
102,949.33
37,841.95
109,897.88
211,287.88
96,895.08
460,533.22
42,914.05
87,190.34
239,793.21
32,407.16
1,075,144.02
36,953.10
277,235.14
11,717.60
16,139.37
459,287.81
410,003.65
10
2
14
11
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9
69
42
25
6
33
24
34
19
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14
60
5
34
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60
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102
47
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16
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28
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10
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6
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2
7
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17
21
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14
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1
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1
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19
30
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1
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29
11
2
50
1
7
3
2
14
12
53
3
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9
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34
4
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4,187
2
312
38
23
7
6
9
2
14
8
67
6
68
39
23
5
25
23
26
18
292
12
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27
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45.00
295.00
160.00
1,537.00
145.00
2,480.00
1,150.00
400.00
190.00
670.00
890.00
1,060.00
775.00
5,439.00
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3
4
16
7
2
4
2
5
22
15
4
*53
8
•    2
1
4
7
2
55
11
14
'
71
72
73
50
29
30
85
81
42
105
86
88
83
125
103
126
9
127
48
20
128
10
11
129
33
12
52
130
13
51
61
31
131
46
63
132
41
68
94
133
4
134
27
17
59
135
3
148
76
26
74
102
136
78
116
108
149
109
34
67
65
95
137
39
96
38
138
21
139
22
140
36
23
25
45
115
99
40
141
60
90
80
142
24
111
143
53
54
18
56
144
62
66
106
145
14
114
104
110
112
146
2
1
43
77
47
147
—
1
3
2
2
4
2
1
1
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7
8
5
10
3
5
1
3
1
7
1
3
1
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1
2
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1
1
1
3
1
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Maillardville	
	
15.00
	
	
«r»-t
40.00
6497.00
1,600.00
l_r_ri(tB
Balance of district	
	
1,060.00
Prinrft r.pnrgp.
6,739.00
1,650.00
	
1,230.00
2,770.00
1,235.00
25.00
25.00
535.00
2,915.00
1,290.00
2,045.00
595.00
	
	
K_M-0
Balance of district
5,235.00
585.00
1
Mali-lisp
	
1
1
1
2
2
2
6
1
3
12
13
2
3
Balance of district	
6,250.00
	
2,089.00
770.00
1,270.00
3,830.00
90.00
1,190.00
1,330.00
200.00
10.00
2,660.00
420.00
235.00
635.00
245.00
180.00
625.00
940.00
,--772.00"
1,405.00
	
_______
4,724.00
3,920.00
2,730.00
3,175.00
95.00
— 1   7
2
4
1            10
New Westminster	
Balance of district	
1
1
1
4
1
~2
4
1
1
2
1
2
3
Vernon _.	
	
	
North Vancouver....
7,490.00
Balance of district	
1
3,117.00
740.00
740.00
1,785.00
1,320.00
1,390.00
243,840.68
313,599.79
823,158.87
1,337,536.73
1,503,374.97
169,696.85
472,657.65
378,418.33
201,439.59
898,495.84
422,761.22
344,891.39
117,165.75
222,119.53
171,194.14
915,691.95
274,462.86
368,764.18
436,765.35
472,925.71
1,046,374.73
132,899.26
1,289,092.84
2,867,703.86
2,044,437.11
1,490.638.96
2,494,498.48
4,582,795.50
4,667,962.67
1,968,443.47
4,592,658.71
1,595,521.15
1,737,884.09
6,923,800.29
437,618.43
3,028,980.56
3,521,549.16
415,901.40
440,859.50
,168,799.96
79,156.50
101,553.68
267,447.78
434,539.51
486,696.43
55,218.26
152,815.14
123,122,55
65,464,59
292,072.57
136,946.62
111,660.02
37,936.91
71,953.29
55,374.32
296,084.75
88,676.50
119,803.37
141,689.78
154,067.36
338,796.12
43,034.92
419,609.59
931,596.99
666,872.94
485,797.58
811,221.06
1,487.824.01
1,516,742.30
641,320.23
1,490,622.87
519,281.10
565,811.94
2,240,406.44
146,978.53
981,088.93
1,141,313.74
134,536.19
142,984.82
54,656.50
16,060.57
14,395.06
31,079.50
40,914.40
81,642.79
8,915.28
26,038.57
21,784.52
12,401.42
30,764.45
17,679.57
22,489.10
11,386.89
10,745.90
9,396.99
39,904.39
16,887.50
19,899.33
31,087.96
29,036.76
48,182.41
9,939.37
71,274.25
179,128.09
89,153.99
72,624.34
133,396.68
230,499.07
197,977.38
89,485.84
211,766.19
78,984.79
72,577.04
50,636.16
24,391.36
150,674.71
184,447.74
17,833.80
21,720.57
9,495.86
63,095.93
87,158.62
236,368.28
393,625.11
405,053.64
46,302.98
126,776.57
101,338.03
53,063.17
261,308.12
119,267.05
89,170.92
26,550.02
61,207.39
45,977.33
256,180.36
71,789.00
99,904.04
110,601.82
125,030.60
290,613.71
33,095.55
348,335.34
752,468.90
577,718.95
413,173.24
677,824.38
1,257,324.94
1,318,764.92
551,834.39
1,278,856.68
440,296.31
493,234.90
2,189,770.28
122,587.17
830,414.22
956,866.00
116,702.39
121,264.25
45,160.64
Fort St. John
	
4,495.00
2,720.00
3,945.00
1,000.00
865.00
6,200.00
920.00
1,880.00
100.00
461.00
325.00
1,025.00
	
	
i       5
1
1          12
|    1       8
_-           4
_    1       3
Prince Rupert     	
Queen Charlotte	
	
8,530.00
Balance of district	
	
7,120.00
	
1,980.00
—
1
2
3
7
1
3
1
1
~Z
2
1
4
1
3
3
	
Trail
	
465.00
280.00
2,760.00
250.00
2,276.00
250.00
1
Balance of district
3440.00
440.00
10.00
885.00
1,555.00
233.50
2,085.00
625.00
920.00
1,310.00
565.00
300.00
1,525.00
1,335.00
	
	
Penti ctr.
	
5,418.50
1       3
,
—
1
3
2
1
1
86
	
_3,700.00
1,715.00
462.50
560.50
28,555.00
1,000.00
2,870.00
2,925.00
2,830.00
1,615.00
515.00
445.00
40.00
West Summerland
2637 E. Hastings St. (Ren-
	
	
2,778.50
17,165.50
1
University District —
C.I.B. (R.C.M.P.)	
49,590.50
7,405.00
637? Fraspr St.
4,480.00
230 E. Hastings St.
»->-> _nmhy St
829 W. Pender St.
2960 W. Broadway
140 E. Eighth Ave.
5565-5575 W. Boulevard
(Kerrisdale) .  .,
8488-8490   Granville   St.
(Marpole)	
Public-house licence sales
1949 Fort St.
634 Humboldt St.
—
13
1
3
2
716 Johnson St.
_ j _
5,405.00
$96,309,693.19
$31,271,510.04
$4,333,151.55
$26,938,358.49
20,387
3,835
408
6,580
7,621
1,943
$195,724.50
$22,135.50   1 $217,859.50
873
	
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30
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27
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4
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560-960-7345
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960
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