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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1960
PERIOD FROM APRIL 1, 1959, TO MARCH 31, 1960
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1960  To the Honourable Frank Mackenzie Ross, C.M.G., M.C, LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of the Province
of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1960.
Department of Finance,
Victoria, B.C., August 8, 1960.
W. A. C. BENNETT,
Minister of Finance. Victoria, B.C., August 8, 1960.
The Honourable W. A.C. Bennett, LL.D.,
Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the Public Accounts of the Province of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1960.
Respectfully submitted.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60 E 5
Order of Public Accounts
Ref. No.
Main Statements:
Balance-sheet as at March 31, 1960 .       E 6-7
Revenue and Expenditure (Current Account, Summary by Departments) for
the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1960 .      E 8-9
Cash Receipts and Payments (Consolidated Revenue Fund) for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1960 E  10-11
Source and Application of Funds for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, I960—.      E 12
Revenue and Expenditure (Current Accounts and Special Project Funds Consolidation) Showing Revenue by Source and Expenditure by Function for the
Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1960 E 14-17
Supplementary Statements:
Details  of  Assets,   Liabilities,   Surplus,   and   Revenue   Surplus   Appropriation
Accounts E 19-29
Details of Revenue  E 30-32
Details of Appropriation and Expenditure E 33-54
Details of Expenditure:
Current Account, Including Capital Expenditure Out of Income       1-101
Special Project Funds:
Beef Cattle Producers' Assistance Fund     9
Dog Tax Fund        20
Forest Development Fund      77
Grazing Range Improvement Fund     77
Housing Act Fund —   42
Pound District Act_   9
Scaling Fund     76
University Endowment Lands Administration Account  71
Summary of Detailed Expenditure  103
Schedule of Indemnities and Mileage Paid to Members of Legislature  104
Schedule of Salaries, Wages, and Travelling Expenses by Departments   105-248
Schedule of Payments to Municipalities, School Districts, Hospitals, Individuals,
Firms, and Corporations for Supplies or Services Rendered, Including Grants. 249-288
Securities Deposited with the Government Pursuant to Various Acts  289
Financial Statements of Boards, Commissions, and Government Enterprises Not
Otherwise Shown in the Public Accounts:
British Columbia Liquor Control Board  290-293
British Columbia Power Commission  294-295
Land Settlement Board  296-297
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority  298-301
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company  302-305
Workmen's Compensation Board  306-308
Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure , 309-323 E 6
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
Page
Ref. No.
General:
E 19    Cash on Hand and in Banks..
ASSETS
E 19     Investments
Par value 1960, $40,352,990.
Par value 1959, $41,688,234—
E 19     Accounts and Taxes Receivable	
E 20     Loans and Advances	
E 20    Agreements   of   Sale,   Mortgages   Receivable,   and
Properties Held for Sale	
E 20     Supplies and Equipment	
E 20     Deferred Charges—discount on debentures..
E 21     Advances to Special Project Funds	
E 21     Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company (entire issued share capital of 652,909 shares)	
E 21     Fixed Assets 	
Total General Assets .
PROVINCE OF
BALANCE-SHEET
I960
$2,135,301.61
40,336,531.11
10,946,102.88
16,109,888.60
2,580,781.81
7,085,471.72
1959
$5,850,455.55
41,515,727.63
10,341,123.13
43,219,108.80
2,482,164.62
4,197,652.26
701,791.14
6,042,385.46
65,290,900.00        65,290,900.00
473,478,420.86      433,604,253.29
$617,963,398.59    $613,245,561.8
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
E 21-22 Cash in Banks ....
___.,__ ( Par value 1960, $63,993,065-
E 21-22 Investments    Par vaIue 1959_ $56;869,151
$89,554.83
63,898,023.24
$727,056.29
56,648,477.83
Total  Superannuation  and  Retirement
Funds   	
$63,987,578.07      $57,375,534.12
Trust:
E 22     Miscellaneous Cash and Investments..
$34,364,508.91 $23,536,665.71
$716,315,485.57 $694,157,761.71 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 7
BRITISH COLUMBIA
AS AT MARCH 31,  1960
Page
Ref. No.
General:
E 23     Bonded Debt 	
LIABILITIES
E 24
E 24
E 24
E 24
E 25
E 25
E 26
1960
$80,093,500.00
Treasury Bills—Government of Canada, long-term
serial         16,294,030.75
1959
$162,769,500.00
17,087,148.81
Less sinking funds (B.C. Statutes,  1959, chap.
72, and 1960, chap. 49)—
Par value 1960, $98,034,901	
Par value 1959, $123,799,998-
$96,387,530.75    $179,856,648.81
108,739,456.01
Trust Deposits   $10,780,603.71
Accounts Payable   18,022,826.45
Accrued Expenditure—interest on public debt  —
Special Project Funds—unexpended balances  1,591,857.29
Reserves for Losses on Realization of Assets  3,359,682.27
Deferred Revenue  —
Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves  584,208,428.87
Total   General   Liabilities,   Reserves,   and
Surplus     $617,963,398.59
$71,117,192.80
12,624,387.40
26,140,227.16
1,435,177.94
1,490,627.41
3,409,455.59
141,584.43
496,886,909.15
$613,245,561.88
E 27
E 27
E 27
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
Civil Service Superannuation Fund....
Retirement Fund 	
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Account 	
Total  Superannuation  and  Retirement
Funds   	
$54,151,237.22
9,499,346.86
336,993.99
$49,186,496.87
7,934,823.98
254,213.27
$63,987,578.07      $57,375,534.12
Trust:
E 27     Miscellaneous Trust Deposits..
$34,364,508.91      $23,536,665.71
$716,315,485.57    $694,157,761.71
E 27 Contingent Liabilities (net), representing Provincial
guaranteed securities issued and sold in respect of
physical assets and works, not included in the
above assets of the Province	
$555,790,352.09    $462,815,972.05
Loans and advances are carried at book value as the amount of ultimate
realization cannot be determined at this date.
In my opinion the balance-sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the
true financial position of the Province of British Columbia at March 31,
1960, and is in accordance with the books of the Province.
C. I. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General. E 8
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
PROVINCE OF
SUMMARY OF REVENUE AND
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
REVENUE
Page
Ref. No.
E 30     Property Taxes	
E 30     Sales, Hospital Construction Aid, and Pari Mutuel
Taxes	
E 30
E 31
E 31
E 31
Federal Tax Rental Agreement	
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or
Royalties	
Land Sales and Service Fees	
Fines and Penalties	
E 31    Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchangers 31     Contributions from Other Governments	
E 31     Contributions from Government Enterprises
E 32     Miscellaneous Revenue	
E 32    Non-revenue and Surplus Receipts	
I960
$5,926,353.30
120,710,594.14
67,853,580.11
76,974,986.47
3,804,649.66
705,621.73
933,302.59
1,630,892.06
27,320,879.34
1,101,030.28
404,359.51
1959
$6,470,385.62
113,220,883.31
64,815,506.90
62,993,196.95
3,374,243.32
694,404.78
750,803.79
2,737,768.06
26,894,153.46
833,984.77
6,223,743.57
$307,366,249.19    $289,009,074.53
Current Account Revenue over Expenditure, brought
down	
$71,820,762.69      $61,584,563.87
$71,820,762.69     $61,584,563.87
* Exclusive of Special Funds.   Complete consolidation shown on pages E 14-17. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60 E 9
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENTS*
ENDED MARCH 31, 1960
EXPENDITURE
1960 1959t
Public Debt   $9,416,101.41 $13,241,224.58
Legislation    3 71,241.64 335,275.74
Premier's Office   69,304.14 55,631.16
Department of Agriculture  2,263,647.73 1,879,185.51
Department of the Attorney-General  11,312,777.57 10,343,536.32
Department of Commercial Transport  646,552.52 226,051.02
Department of Education  63,220,362.00 55,747,315.40
Department of Finance  30,888,358.97 26,500,257.50
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance   45,3 89,246.62 47,242,568.51
Department of Highways  17,973,162.87 16,647,944.35
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and
Commerce  697,122.33 696,894.52
Department of Labour  839,120.65 851,329.15
Department of Lands and Forests  12,521,552.80 16,172,000.57
Department of Mines  798,741.78 774,341.44
Department of Municipal Affairs  322,226.38 160,818.61
Department of the Provincial Secretary  5,754,162.64 5,803,606.78
Public Utilities Act and Motor Carrier Act  300,122.83 300,834.70
Department of Public Works  4,419,699.36 4,018,319.35
Department of Recreation and Conservation  2,271,347.17 2,304,318.95
Department of Social Welfare  26,070,635.09 24,123,056.50
$235,545,486.50    $227,424,510.66
Current Account Revenue over Expenditure, carried
down        71,820,762.69        61,584,563.87
$307,366,249.19    $289,009,074.53
Capital Expenditure Out of Income  $47,582,437.05 $40,961,103.01
Debt Redemption from Revenue Surplus  18,906,999.00 12,000,000.00
Net loss on sale of investments (sec. 9)  183,990.50 89,698.90
Net Revenue over Expenditure, carried to Revenue
Surplus Appropriation Account  (page E 26)
for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1960  5,147,336.14 8,533,761.96
$71,820,762.69      $61,584,563.87
t Departmental totals adjusted for comparative purposes. E 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
PROVINCE OF
Page
Ref. No.
CONSOLIDATED
Statement of Receipts and Payments
NET RECEIPTS
E 8      Revenue as scheduled in Statement of Revenue and Expenditure  $307,366,249.19
Deduct items included but not represented by cash received:
Deferred items brought to Revenue  141,584.43
$307,224,664.76
Decrease in investments         1,179,196.52
Decrease in accounts and taxes receivable         1,010,227.82
Decrease in loans and advances (net)    303,716.65
Special Project Funds:
Decrease in advances       $93,885.23
Net receipts in excess of disbursements  88,430.47
182,315.70
$309,900,121.45
Cash on hand and in banks at beginning of period, April 1, 1959         5,850,455.55
$315,750,577.00 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 11
BRITISH COLUMBIA
REVENUE FUND
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1960
NET PAYMENTS
Page
Ref. No.
E 9      Current Account expenditure as scheduled departmentally in Statement
of Revenue and Expenditure	
E 9      Capital Expenditure Out of Income~
E 9      Supplementary Sinking Fund	
E 9      Net loss on sale of investments	
Add items included but not represented by cash received:
Accrued interest on public debt	
Decrease in trust deposits	
Decrease in accounts payable
E 19     Cash on hand and in banks at end of period, March 31, I960..
$235,545,486.50
47,582,437.05
18,906,999.00
183,990.50
$302,218,913.05
$303,654,090.99
1,843,783.69
8,117,400.71
$313,615,275.39
2,135,301.61
$315,750,577.00 E 12
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1960
SOURCE OF NEW FUNDS:
Provided by excess of Revenue over Expenditure for the year ended March
31, 1960 (page E 9)   	
,147,336.14
Deduct non-cash items credited:
Debt interest 	
Deferred items brought to Revenue
$1,435,177.94
141,584.43
Provided by decrease in loans and advances (net)
1,576,762.37
$3,570,573.77
303,716.65
$3,874,290.42
FUNDS RECEIVED IN EXCESS OF FUNDS APPLIED, accounted for by an
increase in current position as shown below 	
$3,874,290.42
$3,874,290.42   $3,874,290.42
STATEMENT SHOWING CHANGES IN CURRENT ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES
CURRENT ASSETS:
Cash    	
Investments   	
Accounts  receivable
Non-cash adjustments    	
Advances to Special Project Funds..
Non-cash adjustments  	
1960 1959
$2,135,301.61 $5,850,455.55
40,336,531.11 41,515,727.63
10,946,102.88 10,341,123.13
Differences
$3,715,153.94
1,179,196.52
$604,979.75
7,085,471.72     6,042,385.46      1,043,086.26
1,615,207.57
1,136,971.49
CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Trust deposits     - 10,780,603.71 12,624,387.40 1,843,783.69            —
Accounts payable        18,022,826.45 26,140,227.16 8,117,400.71             —
Special Project Funds—unexpended balances _ 1,591,857.29 1,490,627.41            — 101,229.88
Non-cash  adjustments     — —                    12,799.41             —
$11,622,049.82   $7,747,759.40
NET INCREASE IN CURRENT POSITION, to account for funds received in
excess of funds applied as shown above 	
3,874,290.42
$11,622,049.82 $11,622,049.82  E 14
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
PROVINCE OF
STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY SOURCE
REVENUE BY SOURCE 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960
Taxes :
Property    $5,738,081.69 $6,146,101.47 $6,463,390.95 $6,643,797.47 $6,103,994.66
Sales:
Amusements and admissions    2,976,733.22 2,527,518.72 2,723,384.07 2,835,590.24 2,922,572.82
Social services    68,306,722.83 85,132,489.10 87,244,382.86 81,954,376.77 87,364,135.78
Motor-fuel and fuel-oil- —   22,866,679.04 25,978,237.82 27,475,237.36 28,430,916.30 30,423,885.54
Insurance premiums  — — 12,238,610.58 2,567,983.95 2,822,219.62
Sundry    56,389.83 71,088.97 65,432.81 59,056.30 223,790.35
Federal Tax Rental Agreement  _ 45,392,813.56 56,213,236.90 58,983,000.00 64,815,506.90 67,853,580.11
Privileges, Licences, and Permits:
Liquor control and regulation    358,047.93 402,305.59 428,209.01 441,742.51 462,997.95
Motor-vehicle licences and permits  12,730,848.90 14,194,438.83 14,685,519.08 14,983,763.86 17,969,202.96
Natural resources:
Fish and game  1,087,206.04 1,188,021.67 1,317,820.96 1,329,741.56 1,423,224.01
Lands and forests  27,834,532.78 34,212,970.23 32,302,692.72 27,730,067.50 33,941,666.30
Minerals  —   1:8,558,543.90 9,200,862.59 6,747,858.21 14,078,996.23 17,974,643.98
Water resources.   819,937.95 1,105,418.63 1,273,583.36 1,117,361.63 1,339,917.34
Other       1,828,750.78 1,941,530.56 1,893,922.02 2,120,818.91 2,748,812.87
Sales and Services:
Ferry tolls      589,655.25 697,279.06 793,202.28 631,134.77 398,321.96
Sundry       6,135,914.44 6,696,116.47 7,502,897.58 8,374,951.90 8,385,404.73
Fines and Penalties    490,325.32 668,827.09 769,332.53 695,106.44 706,501.18
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange..  2,467,221.24 3,067,318.17 2,703,856.32 1,758,654.73 942,629.73
Contributions from Other Governments:
Grants-in-aid and shared-cost contributions  13,564,726.13 18,429,304.12 29,337,558.36 42,377,538.90 55,838,715.21
Subsidies  1,281,319.06 1,281,319.06 1,281,319.06 1,281,319.06 1,281,319.06
Percentage of power corporation tax..   2,421,955.00 1,415,270.00 1,325,456.00 1,456,449.00 349,573.00
Contributions from Government Enterprises :
Net profit, Liquor Control Board    22,268,981.71 24,677,384.92 26,444,306.90 26,452,410.95 26,857,881.39
Miscellaneous    198,192.34 268,338.32 716,323.44 345,733.47 218,413.00
Non-revenue Receipts:
Refund of previous years' expenditure  80,858.33 108,675.72 338,462.04 3,734,744.38 505,390.85
Repayment of advances  702,501.57 893,893.95 1,269,901.40 3,592,315.78 942,591.86
Transfer from deferred revenue, final settlement, Tax Rental Agreement, 1947- _ — — 6,104,422.40 — —
Sundry  _     7,740.72 5,923.97 4,266.04 — —
Carried forward  $248,765,101.70 $296,523,871.93 $322,434,348.34 $339,810,079.51 $370,001,386.26
* Consolidation of Current Capital and Revenue Surplus Appropriation Accounts, and
Special Funds on a gross functional basis by fiscal years.
t Insurance Premiums Tax Act, 1957.
. Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, 1954. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60 E 15
BRITISH COLUMBIA
AND EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION*
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960
General Government:
Administrative:
General —     $4,172,790.22 $4,551,274.16 $5,058,920.96 $5,225,413.81 $5,709,001.43
Employees' benefits    2,236,201.37 2,466,787.05 3,046,387.67 3,176,719.11 3,464,535.68
Construction and maintenance of public
buildings  1,883,329.57 2,765,069.13 2,994,673.03 1,670,784.73 1,539,639.10
Legislative:
Elections  .__     140,016.68 743,258.00 155,363.87 79,154.72 238,283.11
Legislative   Assembly    and    Government
House.   433,798.51 484,482.47 749,270.80 *1,708,264.23 1,153,189.65
Research, planning, and statistics    243,061.36 270,847.18 128,509.76 129,616.59 147,676.26
Protection of Persons and Property:
Law enforcement—-   -- 1,030,837.43 1,101,498.68 1,449,567.46 1,623,059.42 1,902,305.96
Corrections:
Juvenile delinquents    830,445.32 1,359,387.32 2,062,380.92 1,388,547.65 1,428,380.03
Other offenders  4,001,851.15 5,436,445.99 6,028,716.95 4,689,499.98 5,177,540.88
Police protection  1,207,826.29 1,216,071.95 1,512,799.32 1,777,669.48 2,029,657.19
Registration, regulation, inspection, trusteeship 3,295,926.75 2,773,812.04 3,373,696.82 3,051,075.27 3,652,056.38
Transportation and Communications:
Highways, roads, and bridges.-   40,995,899.98 80,365,346.53 88,789,164.45 61,759,867.79 73,769,281.51
Railways.     51,362.43 56,190.74 65,779.40 59,359.85 t
Waterways, ferries, docks, and wharves  1,672,451.24 2,198,724.10 2,110,780.32 1,645,926.84 1,837,002.97
Health and Social Welfare:
Health:
Administration.  691,538.62 849,337.31 1,007,723.66 918,336.13 1,019,071.92
Public health      4,022,430.08 4,651,569.55 4,852,127.88 5,816,090.25 6,222,250.69
Medical, dental, and allied services  2,724,150.28 2,800,498.90 3,007,248.54 3,353,326.09 3,658,279.50
Hospital care:
General administration    412,519.67 459,133.55 494,430.87 608,868.33 715,089.99
Provincial Mental Hospitals   11,181,111.41 11,639,687.78 12,625,947.30 11,662,467.83 12,740,983.67
Provincial Tuberculosis Hospitals  3,448,584.58 3,306,374.78 2,959,944.99 2,536,056.37 2,295,705.07
Payments for services and grants-in-aid.— 30,548,404.15 32,008,041.37 38,214,433.63 43,813,542.19 48,330,257.83
Provincial Infirmaries and Polio Pavilion... 1,028,540.09 975,610.41 999,692.61 976,368.70 1,018,730.37
Social welfare:
Aid to aged persons   11,022,427.07 13,972,954.23 15,047,543.12 14,610,172.91 15,979,352.11
Aid to blind persons   - —. 353,172.64 388,688.56 453,009.56 553,475.40 568,035.80
Social assistance    7,317,159.75 7,833,558.95 8,806,032.49 14,211,883.40 18,076,244.85
Mothers' allowances   334,698.03 321,342.76 282,383.05 122,159.30 t
Child welfare    2,360,852.02 2,251,518.36 2,295,737.40 2,419,931.01 2,833,195.25
Labour   relations,   industrial   conciliation
and arbitration    357,235.29 378,971.29 449,448.79 447,835.96 486,460.33
General administration   - 1,387,870.61 1,270,989.34 1,428,246.20 1,424,235.12 1,647,216.54
Recreational and Cultural Services :
Archives, art galleries, museum, and libraries.. 417,959.46 640,049.87 547,638.14 440,621.56 485,201.86
Parks, beaches, and other recreational areas— 756,907.22 1,827,217.01 2,358,472.84 2,198,818.02 2,103,944.25
Physical culture      118,196.45 98,222.46 100,149.32 96,351.36 107,122.98
Centennial celebrations.     — 144,500.00 1,793,160.33 1,131,485.31 —
Other    67,319.92 115,232.39 294,595.54 175,215.32 99,512.66
Carried forward      $140,546,875.64    $191,722,694.21    $215,543,977.99    $195,502,200.03    $220,435,205.82
* Construction of new Government House.
t Included in Social Assistance.
t Now merged in Department of Commercial Transport. E 16
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY SOURCE AND
REVENUE BY SOURCE
Brought forward	
1956 1957 1958 1959 1960
$248,765,101.70   $296,523,871.93    $322,434,348.34   $339,810,079.51    $370,001,386.26
TOTAL GROSS REVENUE BY SOURCE
$248,765,101.70   $296,523,871.93   $322,434,348.34   $339,810,079.51    $370,001,386.26
RECONCILIATION:
Expenditure over revenue, Current Account	
Expenditure from Revenue Surplus Appropriation Account	
Expenditure from Capital Account (borrowed
funds) 	
Special Project Funds: Expenditures in excess
of revenue and Government contributions
22,647.08
1,062,988.48
1,343,921.04
8,187,494.12
8,240.75
709,121.39
2,134,111.93
27,937,422.41
3,624.36
259,364.28
668,004.95
214,414.05
$251,194,658.30   $307,562,840.12    $351,302,764.34   $340,024,493.56    $370,001,386.26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60 E 17
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION—Continued
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960
Brought forward  $140,546,875.64 $191,722,694.21    $215,543,977.99    $195,502,200.03    $220,435,205.82
Education :
Schools operated by local authorities:
Grants, operating schools  _ *40,321,059.07 36,786,432.11 39,788,367.58 45,215,804.22 50,585,724.28
Aids and services  1,743,950.67 1,956,244.18 2,342,595.91 1,921,819.63 2,742,246.48
Universities, colleges, and normal schools  4,361,500.63 6,027,414.75 6,689,278.38 7,188,668.25 8,707,080.92
Education of the handicapped  684,547.29 819,408.34 400,076.47 409,924.75 474,191.96
Superannuation and pensions  2,091,990.54 2,342,752.62 2,747,715.27 3,349,185.27 3,799,118.66
General administration  357,193.10 458,499.21 533,696.67 527,428.96 561,999.54
Natural Resources and Primary Industries :
Fish and game     959,483.19 998,891.62 1,110,021.81 1,091,071.63 1,158,666.37
Forests  10,064,186.73 12,230,182.55 13,634,574.08 18,053,214.27 15,054,483.03
Lands—settlement and agriculture   2,877,612.24 3,554,274.70 3,947,381.29 4,112,255.10 4,116,059.89
Minerals and mines   1,151,053.47 1,342,572.99 1,292,990.07 2,112,070.82 2,736,663.75
Water resources    300,329.03 464,707.54 736,239.01 713,335.02 548,553.81
Other  _ „  750,139.91 1,024,325.44 1,102,733.50 326,295.84 436,475.74
Trade and Industrial Development  587,739.34 703,550.34 748,502.44 765,782.00 841,114.97
Local Government Planning and Development 137,656.72 150,194.22 256,366.77 356,864.62 529,651.62
Debt Charges:
Bank charges and commission.   10,270.54 10,324.54 8,289.11 5,080.38 8,108.02
Debenture discount amortized  200,883.37 174,535.45 479,957.96 115,129.56 §
Debt retirement  12,272,131.13 26,622,409.96 30,332,000.74 21,271,160.88 27,363,333.99
Interest:
Bonded debt and Treasury bills - _ 6,844,324.35 6,493,540.57 5,887,925.21 5,605,461.81 §951,658.40
Other  1,014,012.98 1,142,831.16 1,111,379.36 1,042,699.07 722,259.89
Contributions to Other Governments:
Municipal share, social services tax and motor-
vehicle revenue  — — — — —
Grants in aid of local government  17,261,629.65 9,427,661.71 11,020,303.32 11,057,313.31 11,101,053.73
Other    100,218.18 23,995.48 14,243.43 5,365.88 —
CONT-IBUTIONS TO GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES:
Subsidy to Toll Highways  and Bridges  Authority—     _ 287,500.00 632,727.23 1,457,184.00 1,801.544.75 2,318,562.77
Other Expenditure:
Civil Defence    —. 472,207.78 448,685.17 435,443.61 425,608.99 485,821.94
Housing  49,956.93 15,300.79 12,657.88 336,717.46 226,188.80
University Endowment Lands  215,208.22 226,524.95 227,413.03 234,303.44 244,869.06
Flood relief-    1,143,199.56 781,916.42 79,383.83 22,798.85 53,214.72
Home-owner's subsidy  — — £6,765,320.99 7,061,567.02 7,436,277.05
Sundry  14,459.37 24,489.49 8,063.37 23,072.80 3,411.11
Non-expense and Surplus Payments:
Advances    750,152.20 955,752.38 511,866.71 747,288.09 845,747.60
Loss on sale of investments, sec. 9, Revenue
Act  — — 2,076,814.55 89,698.90 183,990.50
TOTAL   GROSS   EXPENDITURE   BY   FUNCTION   $237,571,471.83    $307,562,840.12    $351,302,764.34    $331,490,731.60    $364,671,734.42
RECONCILIATION:
Revenue over expenditure, Current Account.       13,623,186.47 — — 8,533,761.96 5,147,336.14
Special Project Funds: Revenue and Government contributions in excess of expenditure  — — — — 182,315.70
$251,194,658.30    $307,562,840.12    $351,302,764.34   $340,024,493.56    $370,001,386.26
* Public Schools Act Amendment Act, 1955.
t Municipalities Aid Act, 1955.
. Provincial Home-owner Grant Act, 1957.
§ Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1960.  PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
E  19
Province of British Columbia bonds
Province of Manitoba bonds — —
Pacific Great Eastern Railway bonds   (Province of British Columbia
guaranty)    -   	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway notes   (Province of British  Columbia
guaranty)     _ 	
British Columbia Power Commission notes (Province of British Columbia guaranty)       	
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority notes   (Province of British Columbia guaranty)    	
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1960
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Banks:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada   — _   	
Cash in banks in England (converted at $2.67V4 per £) 	
Investments :
Revenue Act, sec. 9 (at cost)    - — 	
$2,122,870.66
12,430.95
$2,135,301.61
$40,336,531.11
Par Value
$500,000.00
344,000.00
2,218,100.00
1,497,097.63
19,300,000.00
16,493,792.29
$40,352,989.92
$40,336,531.11
Accounts and Taxes Receivable:
Government of Canada:
Shared-cost agreements  	
Deposit re postal meter  	
Other Provinces	
British Columbia municipalities:
Social allowances, medical services, and child welfare maintenance
* Other:
Property taxes   	
Social services tax —     	
Logging tax —   	
Insurance premiums tax  _. 	
Mining tax „ 	
Probate fees   	
Timber royalty and stumpage and grazing fees — 	
Student-aid loans 	
Teacher-training loans 	
Sundry   	
* Not taken into revenue until received.
Record purposes only.
$2
116,143.59
1,525.00
26,149.40
359,650.84
1,341,237.76
673,167.66
367,407.27
1,778.44
77,428.60
15,174.82
i,564.167.00
267,302.85
117,603.70
17,365.95
$10,946,102.88 E 20
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  i960—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Loans and Advances:
British Columbia municipalities:
Municipal works (unemployment relief)    	
Corporation of District of Kent	
Dyking districts and hospitals:
Various dyking districts  	
Various water and irrigation districts	
Various co-operative associations	
Various hospitals 	
Boards and Commissions:
Land Settlement Board	
Liquor Control Board	
Miscellaneous 	
Other:
Langford Warehouse Operating Account
Queen's Printer Operating Account 	
Text-book Branch .	
University Endowment Lands Administration Account
Miscellaneous 	
$126,841.94
9,000.00
557,305.67
767,067.15
110,467.65
5,000.00
1,054,358.44
6,794,839.24
30,000.00
180,499.55
561,546.70
1,392,862.98
4,184,887.34
335,211.94
Note.—The balance-sheet carries the qualification that the above
assets are carried at book value as the amount of ultimate realization
cannot be determined at this date.
$16,109,888.60
Agreements of Sale, Mortgages Receivable, and Properties Held for Sale:
Receivables Property Total
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan project            $44,034.80 $1,856,131.64 $1,900,166.44
•General land sales            680,615.37 — 680,615.37
$724,650.17      $1,856,131.64
*Not taken into revenue until received.
Record purposes only.
$2,580,781.81
Advances to Special Project Funds:
Conservation Fund (Water Act, R.S.B.C. 1936)  _ _
Forest Development Fund (Forest Act Amendment Act, 1948)	
Grazing Range Improvement Fund (Grazing Act, R.S.B.C. 1948).
Scaling Fund (Forest Act, R.S.B.C. 1948)— 	
Note.—The above advances are represented as follows:—
Accounts  receivable 	
Materials and supplies 	
Forest-development roads .
$847,100.90
85,923.55
6,152,447.27
$670,237.99
6,238,370.82
12,799.41
164,063.50
$7,085,471.72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
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SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1960—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co.:
Par value of 652,909 shares at $100 each  -   _   —    $65,290,900.00
Fixed Assets :
"Highways
Bridges 	
Wharves _
Ferries and ferry-landings
Buildings and furnishings .	
Songhees Reserve, Victoria
Gross Depreciation Net
$370,222,990.48 — $370,222,990.48
59,683,571.16   $14,838,508.29     44,845,062.87
203,240.60
1,438,277.37
22,349,110.78
203,250.60
6,000,878.65
75,423,176.93
773,690.08
10.00
4,562,601.28
53,074,066.15
773,690.08
* Placed on the books March 31, 1926, by order of the
Treasury Board, based on mileage classification and average
value determined by the Department of Public Works, plus additions to date.
$512,307,557.90   $38,829,137.04
$473,478,420.86
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
Superannuation Fund:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value .
Government of Canada —.	
Province of British Columbia
Province of Manitoba	
Province of Quebec 	
Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation (Province of Ontario
guaranty)   	
Ontario  Hydro-electric Power Commission   (Province   of  Ontario
guaranty)   	
British Columbia Power Commission (Province of British Columbia
guaranty):
Bonds        — _ _	
Demand notes
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority (Province
of British Columbia guaranty):
Bonds        - —
Demand notes
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co.  (Province of British Columbia
guaranty):
Bonds          	
Demand notes .
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District   (Province of
British Columbia guaranty)   	
British  Columbia   municipalities   (Province  of  British   Columbia
guaranty)         	
British Columbia improvement districts  (Province of British Columbia guaranty)      	
British Columbia  school districts   (Province  of British  Columbia
guaranty)    	
Par Value
$1,000.00
1,237,000.00
197,000.00
170,000.00
1,424,000.00
1,329,500.00
1,794,000.00
400,000.00
15,552,000.00
3,191,530.00
4,420,000.00
1,600,000.00
32,000.00
5,135,240.24
1,415,000.00
16,074,400.00
$53,972,670.24
$35,565.53
54,115,671.69
Carried forward
$54,151,237.22 E 22
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,
ASSETS—Continued
Brought forward  .	
Superannuation and Retirement Funds—Continued
Retirement Fund:
Cash in chartered banks of Canada  	
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value
Province of British Columbia
Province of Ontario   	
British Columbia  Power  Commission   (Province of British  Columbia
guaranty):
Bonds     —     	
Demand notes      	
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority  (Province of
British Columbia guaranty):   Demand notes  	
Pacific   Great   Eastern   Railway   Co.   (Province   of   British   Columbia
guaranty)         _ _. 	
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District (Province of British
Columbia guaranty)     	
British Columbia municipalities (Province of British Columbia guaranty)
British Columbia improvement districts (Province of British Columbia
guaranty)     -  — 	
British Columbia school districts  (Province of British Columbia guaranty)     	
1960—Continued
     $54,151,237.22
37,183.31
9,462,163.55
Par Value
$58,500.00
388,000.00
1,148.000.00
400,000.00
279,695.00
80,000.00
64,000.00
593,000.00
982,200.00
5,702,000.00
$9,695,395.00
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
Investments—bonds, debentures, and demand notes at book value .
Province of Ontario   	
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority (Province
of British Columbia guaranty):   Demand notes	
British Columbia improvement districts (Province of British Columbia guaranty)   _  .	
Par Value
$200,000.00
85,000.00
40,000.00
$325,000.00
16,805.99
320,188.00
$63,987,578.07
Trust:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada
Cash in banks in England (converted at $2.67V4)
Investments in direct or guaranteed obligations of the Government of Canada or the Provinces (par value, $30,909,172)      _	
NOTE.—The above section is grouped  for convenience.    Each  individual
trust is kept as a separate entity for administration purposes.
LIABILITIES
Bonded Debt:
Debentures (for details as to terms of issue, etc., see page E 28):
Loan Act, 1943, 2% per cent, due Apr. 15, 1966 —   _
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
4 per cent, due May 15, 1960-61    — 	
4>/2 per cent, due Jan. 23, 1969  _ 	
4V_ per cent, due Apr. 1, 1960-61   	
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936:
3_: per cent, due June 1, 1960-62    	
2% per cent, due Oct. 15, 1960-66  	
3 per cent, due Nov. 15, 1973 —   	
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948:
3 per cent, due June 15, 1964 _ 	
3 per cent, due Dec. 15, 1969     	
3 per cent, due June 15, 1968 	
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Highway Deveopment Act:
3>/_ per cent, due Aug. 15, 1976 .
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Electric Power Act:
3% per cent, due Feb. 15, 1977	
Trans-Canada Highways Act:
2>/_ per cent, due June 15, 1960 	
Highway Development Act:
2V_ per cent, due June 15, 1960	
$4,857,737.93
20,043.75
29,486,727.23
$34,364,508.91
Carried forward .
$760,000.00
340,000.00
6,286,000.00
242,000.00
1,509,000.00
1,398,500.00
2,000,000.00
3,396,500.00
9,323,000.00
7,319,000.00
17,639,000.00
22,500,000.00
250,000.00
1,150,000.00
$74,113,000.00 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
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SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1960—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Brought forward  —	
Bonded Debt—Continued
Debentures—Continued
Electric Power Act, 1945:
3 per cent, due Dec. 15, 1960
2% per cent, due Jan. 15, 1967
2% per cent, due June 15, 1968 ..
Treasury Bills:
Government of Canada long-term serial:
Series RA-D13-30, interest free, 1960-77 	
Series RA-D43-60, interest 25/s%, 1960-77
Sinking Funds (Deducted from Debt) :
Cash in chartered banks in Canada  .._ —
Investments—bonds and debentures (adjusted book value)
Railway companies (Government of Canada guaranty)
Province of British Columbia 	
Province of Manitoba     -
Province of Quebec 	
Province of Ontario  	
British Columbia Power Commission (Province of British Columbia guaranty)    - -
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission (Province of
Ontario  guaranty)   	
Manitoba Hydro-electric Power Commission  (Province
of Manitoba guaranty)   	
Quebec Hydro-electric Commission (Province of Quebec
guaranty)   	
Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation (Province
of Ontario guaranty)   	
University of Toronto (Province of Ontario guaranty) —
Montreal—Laurentian  Autoroute   Board   (Province   of
Quebec  guaranty)   	
$74,113,000.00
1,797,000.00
1,334,000.00
2,849,500.00
$80,093,500.00
$5,005,314.46
11,288,716.29
Par Value
$311,500.00
7,989,000.00
35,878,031.48
450,000.00
90,000.00
27,023,000.00
5,475,500.00
3,400,000.00
440,000.00
3,891,000.00
6,818,000.00
5,030,000.00
$96,796,031.48
16,294,030.75
$1,238,869.69
95,148,661.06
$96,387,530.75
96,387.530.75
Reconciliation :
Sinking fund balance, April 1, 1959 	
Add—
Instalments from Current Revenue Account to July 31, 1959:
Current instalments (page 1)
$108,739,456.01
Supplementary instalments (page E 53)
Advances to British Columbia Power Commission in respect to direct
borrowings by the Province now converted to British Columbia
Power Commission bonds (B.C. Statutes, 1959, chap. 10) 	
Book credits and adjustments in respect to full provision for the direct
debt of the Province (B.C. Statutes, 1959, chap. 172)   —
Adjustment in respect to provision for future interest requirements	
Interest earnings:
April 1,  1959, to July 31, 1959     	
August 1, 1959, to March 31, 1960   	
5,372,216.93
18,906,999.00
Less-
27,023,000.00
15,078,466.93
300,442.87
1,652,391.88
1,810,473.46
$178,883,447.08
Redemptions        	
Cancellation of securities of the Province (B.C. Statutes,
1959, chap.  72)   	
Interest paid on Provincial securities outstanding, August
1, 1959, to March 31, 1960 	
$6,053,000.00
74,332,000.00
2,110,916.33
82,495,916.33
$96,387,530.75
Notes.—(1) The above sinking fund includes "Sinking Fund for the Sinking Fund Debentures due 1977," $22,500,000, pursuant to subsection 1 (e) of
section 43a of the Revenue Act as amended in 1959 (chap. 72).
(2) The excess of sinking fund cash and investments at par value over requirements includes $1,237,853 of a provision for future equalization of payments
of interest on debt not yet redeemed. E 24
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1960—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Trust Deposits :
Boys' Industrial School Inmates' Trust Account	
Contractors'  deposits  .  	
Closed School Trust Fund
Cemetery Tax Fund 	
Intestate estate deposits 	
Official Committee  	
Official Guardian deposits
Provincial Home Trust Account
Provincial Infirmary Trust Account
Public Services Medical Plan Account
Companies in liquidation 	
Timber-sale   deposits     	
$957.25
784,347.62
4,398.67
65,401.08
3,878,276.60
860,095.86
17,560.03
16,616.92
265,014.84
116,602.19
110,735.98
4,660,596.67
$10,780,603.71
Accounts Payable:
General current accounts
Suspense accounts—permit and licence applications
Suspense accounts—miscellaneous	
Suspense accounts—P.G.E. bond payroll deductions .
Unclaimed debenture principal and interest	
Unclaimed cheques and miscellaneous balances	
Retention on construction contracts pending final certificates of completion
$12,700,329.40
996,192.66
660,015.19
216,156.90
12,623.25
176,367.60
3,261,141.45
$18,022,826.45
Special Project Funds—Unexpended Balances:
Beef Cattle Producers' Assistance Fund 	
Dog Tax Fund 	
Miscellaneous balances—special purposes
Pound District Act 	
University Endowment Lands Administration Account
$30,579.50
6,230.57
24,597.72
85.00
1,530,364.50
$1,591,857.29
Reserves for Losses on Realization of Assets :
Agreements of sale, mortgages receivable, and properties held for sale:   Soldiers' Land
Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan project
Loans and advances:
Various dyking districts
Land Settlement Board _
$1,900,166.44
405,157.39
1,054,358.44
$3,359,682.27 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60 E 25
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1960—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves:
Arising from Capitalization of Assets
1959
Mar. 31. By balance   $475,124,325.20
July 31. By interest on investment of sinking funds to July 31,1959 (B.C. Statutes, 1960, chap. 49)       1,652,391.88
„        By sinking fund additions in respect to instalments and supplementary
debt redemption     $24,279,215.93
By book credits and adjustments in respect to full provision for the
net debt of the Province (B.C. Statutes, 1959, chap. 72)       15,078,466.93
By debt redemption from current expenditure chargeable to liability
accounts:
Redemption of debentures         $2,291,000.00
Redemption of Treasury bills   793,118.06
1960
Mar. 31. By current expenditure chargeable to asset and liability accounts:
Advances    under    Canada - British    Columbia    Potato-warehouse
Assistance Act  $53,400.34
Sundry advances   13,000.00
By   expenditure  from  Capital   Out  of  Income  appropriations  now
charged to asset accounts:
Buildings and furnishinngs      $2,282,245.15
Highways, bridges, and ferries      40,796,837.22
Advances to Forest Development Fund          1,186,993.78
By increase in accounts receivable:
Social services tax  $80,574.87
Logging tax .    261,999.27
Insurance premiums tax   1,699.18
Mining tax   77,428.60
Probate and succession duties  4,804.59
Timber royalty, stumpage, and grazing fees   1,321,914.07
Land sales  104,530.92
Sundry accounts receivable  1,520.26
$1,854,471.76
Less decrease—
Property taxes   $11,682.42
Student-aid   loans     40,700.18
Teacher-training loans  82,350.67
134,733.27
39,357,682.86
3,084,118.06
66,400.34
44,266,076.15
1,719,738.49
By adjustment in excess reserves:
Southern Okanagan Lands Project  5,913.73
Carried forward        $565,276,646.71 E 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1960—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Brought forward        $565,276,646.71
Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves—Continued
Arising from Capitalization of Assets—Continued
1960
Mar. 31. To   refunds   of   recoverable   expenditure   credited   to
asset accounts:
Soldiers'   Land   Act,    1918—Southern   Okanagan
Lands  Project _   $5,913.73
Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act,  1947  5,100.00
Advances to municipalities—works relief and superannuation  —-     136.43
Irrigation Assistance Loan Act   30,060.40
Pitt Meadows Dyking District   665.22
Advances under Canada-British Columbia Potato-
warehouse Assistance Act   1,216.90
Advances to Conservation Fund   5,856.72
Sundry advances   1,561.72
$50,511.12
To discount on debentures written off     664,384.03
To depreciation:
Bridges   _   $1,013,985.90
Ferries  and ferry-landings    362,405.61
Provincial buildings and furnishings   1,828,523.29
3,204,914.80
To write-offs authorized by Order in Council:
Equipment and machinery, Department of Highways, No.  1435/60       $4,000,971.00
Conservation Fund, No. 1284/60  56,964.98
Irrigation Assistance Loan Act, No. 1511/60  392.00
4,058,327.98
        7,978,137.93
Capital surplus     $557,298,508.78
Arising from Revenue Sources
1959
Mar. 31. By  balance   - - -     $21,762,583.95
1960
Mar. 31. Add excess of Revenue over Expenditures for the fiscal year ended
March 31, 1960    _        5,147,336.14
Revenue  surplus         26,909,920.09
Total excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves as at March 31, 1960  $584,208,428.87 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60 E 27
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1960—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
Civil Service Superannuation Fund _ _ _      $54,151,237.22
Retirement Fund ...._                   9,499,346.86
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account   336,993.99
$63,987,578.07
Trust:
British Columbia Power Commission Sinking Fund  -     $10,674,318.46
British Columbia Power Commission Sinking Fund advance payments   _   1,540,452.91
British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority Sinking Fund    12,004,613.64
Bond Redemption Accounts         ~   108,543.75
Celgar Development Co. Ltd. Trust Account       250,000.00
Dyking District Renewal Accounts     _   13,388.33
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Sinking Fund Accounts   1,938,268.65
Kaiser Aluminum _ Chemical Co. Ltd. Trust Account      _   133,715.78
Land Registry Assurance Fund       365,430.67
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Sinking Fund  _ _     3,380,069.05
Port Moody, City of, Sinking Fund Accounts     ._   29,646.84
Public Services Medical Plan—Special Reserve  _     44,652.34
Suitors funds deposits _     _   1,651,958.89
Wildwood Light, Water and Sewerage District Sinking Fund Accounts   27,291.96
Workmen's Compensation Board—Accident Fund   1,702,157.64
Wenner-Gren British Columbia Development Co. Ltd. Trust Account   500,000.00
$34,364,508.91
Contingent Liabilities :
In addition to direct liabilities of the Province, the following securities as to both principal and interest
have been guaranteed by the Province:—
Guarantees Net Outstanding
$11,928,231.35
(1) Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District (due 1960-84)    $13,866,500.00
Sinking fund investments           1,938,268.65
(Sinking funds set aside in connection with $8,243,500 as at March 31,  1960.    The
balance of the amount guaranteed is made up of serial instalment debentures.)
(2) South Westminster Dyking District (due July 1, 1960)   $55,000.00
Sinking fund investments     54,141.52
858.48
(3) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 5, Municipal Improvements Assistance Enabling
Act, 1938 _   _.     306,595.52
(4) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 3, Municipalities Assistance Act         39,659,725.23
(5) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 3, Village Municipalities Assistance Act ~        7,103,900.00
(6) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 53, Electric Power Act  $207,123,000.00
Sinking fund investments            12,214,771.37
     194,908,228.63
(7) Guarantees authorized pursuant to Public Schools Construction Act, 1953, and Public
School Act (repayable serially)       101,163,400.00
(8) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 17, Pacific Great Eastern Con
struction Loan Act, 1954   $114,861,897.63
Sinking funds  -           3,380,069.35
(9) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 28, Toll Highways and Bridges
Authority Act .    —   $99,300,017.29
Sinking  funds       - ___.  $12,004,613.64
Trust funds held for redemption of notes         4,848,200.00
16,852,813.64
111,481,828.28
82,447,203.65
(10) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 12, Improvement Districts Assistance Loan Act 6,282,700.00
(11) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 5, Distress Area Assistance Act  110,369.91
(12) Guarantees  authorized  pursuant  to  sec.  46a,  British  Columbia  University  Act,  re
Student Aid Loan Fund  397,311.04
$555,790,352.09 E 28
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
PROVINCE OF
f Statement of Debentures and Treasury Bills Outstanding
Maturity
Date of Issue
Rate
%
Nature
Series
Amount
Outstanding
Interest
Payable
June  15, 1960
June 15,1950
2V_
Serial Debentures (1)
JW
$250,000.00
15 J&D
June 15,1960
June 15,1950
2'/2
Serial Debentures (2)
JX
1,150,000.00
15J&D
April   1, 1960-61
April   1, 1931
4'/2
Serial Debentures (3)
FY
242,000.00
1 A&O
May   15, 1960-61
May  15, 1931
4
Serial Debentures (4)
FZ
340,000.00
15M&N
June    1, 1960-62
June    1,1942
31/2
Serial Debentures (5)
GZ
1,509,000.00
1 J&D
Oct.   15, 1960-66
Oct.   15, 1946
2%
Serial Debentures (6)           HT
Sub-total, Serial Debentures
1,398,500.00
15 A&O
$4,889,500.00
Dec.   15, 1960
Dec.  15, 1945
3
Debentures
HM
1,273,500.00
15 J&D
Dec.   15, 1960
Dec.  15, 1945
3
Debentures
HO
523,500.00
15 J&D
June  15,1964
June 15, 1949
3
Debentures
JP
3,200,500.00
15 J&D
June  15,1964
June 15, 1949
3
Debentures
JQ
196,000.00
15 J&D
April 15, 1966
April 15, 1946
2%
Debentures
HP
760,000.00
15 A&O
Jan.   15, 1967
Jan.   15, 1947
2%
Debentures
HV
1,334,000.00
15 J&J
June  15,1968
June 15, 1947
2%
Debentures
HZ
2,357,500.00
15 J&D
June  15, 1968
June 15, 1947
2%
Debentures
JB
492,000.00
15J&D
June  15, 1968
June  15,1950
3
Debentures
JV
7,319,000.00
15J&D
Jan.   23,1969
Jan.   23, 1929
41/2
Debentures
FO
6,286,000.00
23 J&J
Dec.   15, 1969
Dec.  15, 1949
3
Debentures
JS
8,105,000.00
15 J&D
Dec.   15, 1969
Dec.  15, 1949
3
Debentures
JT
1,218.000.00
15J&D
Nov.  15, 1973
Nov. 15, 1948
3
Debentures
JN
2,000,000.00
15M&N
Aug.  15, 1976
Aug. 15, 1951
3</2
Debentures
KD
17,639,000.00
15F&A
Feb.   15,1977
Feb.   15,1952
July     1, 1947
35/s
Debentures
Total, Debent
Treasury Bills
KF
22,500,000.00
15F&A
$80,093,500.00
RA-D-13-30
July     1, 1960-77
$5,005,314.46
July     1, 1960-77
July— 1, 1947
Total Tr
25/s
.asury £
Treasury Bills
ills to Canadian Goverr
RA-D-43-60
ment	
11,288,716.29
	
$16,294,030.75
§$96,387,530.75
(1) Maturing annually: $250,000, 2</_%, 1960. (2) Maturing annually: $1,150,000, 2>/_%, 1960.
(5) Maturing annually: $600,000,1960; $400,000,1961; $509,000,1962.
G.—In Gold.   L.M.—In Lawful Money.    C.B.C.—At The Canadian Bank of Commerce.   V.—Victoria.
Montreal.    Q— Quebec.    SU— St. John.    H—Halifax.    St.J's.—St. John's, Newfoundland.     N.Y.—New York,
* Debentures may be obtained in fully registered form. f Callable in whole or in part by lot on or
accrued interest:   102% if redeemed on or before February 14th, 1966;   101V_% if redeemed thereafter and on
redeemed after February 14th, 1974.    This series is also redeemable in part, at par, for sinking fund purposes
§ This outstanding amount is completely covered by sinking funds as per schedule, page E 23. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 29
BRITISH COLUMBIA
and Unpaid as at March 31st, 1960, in Order of Maturity
Place and Manner of Payment
Term,
Years
Denominations
Authority
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., E., C, R., W., T.,
Serials
* 1,000, 50,000
Trans Canada Highways Act—O.C. 1257.
M., Q., SU., H., orSU's.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., E„ C, R., W., T.,
Serials
* 1,000, 50,000
Highway Development Act—O.C. 1255.
M., Q., StJ., H., orSU's.
G.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., T., M., or N.Y.
Serials
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924—O.C. 309.
G.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., T., M., or N.Y.
Serials
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924—O.C. 704.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., M., H., or
Serials
*500, 1,000,
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936—O.C. 763.
SU.
10,000
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
Serials
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936—O.C. 2330.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
15
*500, 1,000
Electric Power Act, 1945—O.C. 2166.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
15
*500, 1,000
Electric Power Act, 1945—O.C. 70.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
15
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 1362.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
15
* 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 1394.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
20
•1,000
Loan Act, 1943—O.C. 580.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
20
*500, 1,000
Electric Power Act, 1945—O.C. 82.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
21
*500, 1,000
Electric Power Act, 1945—O.C. 1087.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
21
* 1,000
Electric Power Act, 1945—O.C. 1381.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V„ Vr., E., C, R., W., T.,
18
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 1253.
M., Q., SU., H., or SU's.
G.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., T., M., or N.Y.
40
* 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924—O.C. 83.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V„ Vr., W., T., or M.
20
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 2682.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
20
*500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 258.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., or M.
25
* 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936—O.C. 2649.
L.M.—C.B.C.—N.Y.
10-25
t* 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Highway Develooment Act—O.C. 1937.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W„ T., M., or N.Y.
10-25
t*1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Electric
Power Act—O.C. 332.
L.M.—C.B.C.—O.
L.M.—C.B.C.—O.
(3) Maturing annually: $121,000,1960-61. (A) Maturing annually: $170,000,1960-61.
(6) Maturing annually at 2%%: $200,000,1960; $198,500,1961; $200,000,1962-66.
Vr.—Vancouver.   E.—Edmonton.   C.—Calgary.   R.—Regina.   W.—Winnipeg.   T.—Toronto.   O.—Ottawa.   M.—
N.Y., U.S.A.
after August 15th, 1961. % Callable as a whole on or after February 15th, 1962, at the following prices plus
or before February 14th, 1970;   100%% _ redeemed thereafter and on or before February 14th, 1974;   100% if
only, by lot, on August 15th, 1958, and any August 15th thereafter.
G. S. BRYSON,
Deputy Minister of Finance. E 30
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1960
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$275,000.00
Property Taxes
Land Taxes, General:
$268,728.17
3,393,369.96
147,962.16
101,646.23
$3,911,706.52
2,014,646.78
3,375,000.00
150,000.00
Wild land                                      	
100,000.00
Coal Land "A" and " B ".
Land Taxees, Forest:
300,000.00
$303,730.78
402,126.38
134,986.86
682,143.15
491,659.61
350,000.00
155,000.00
750,000.00
485,000.00
E. & N. Railway Belt Land Tax Act	
Forest-protection tax         	
Land Taxes, Mineral:
75,000.00
$6,015,000.00
$5,926,353.30
Sales, Hospital Construction Aid,
and Pari Mutuel Taxes
$1,671,828.16
1,250,744.66
87,364,135.78
28,005,197.29
577,102.25
1,841,586.00
$1,500,000
1,200,000.00
84 000,000.00
28,200,000.00
1,900,000.00
Total, Sales, Hospital Construction
$116,800,000.00
120,710,594.14
Federal Tax-rental Agreement
$65,939,104.00
67,853,580.11
Privileges, Licences, and Natural
Resources Taxes or Royalties
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits:
$10,249,376.50
7,268,367.32
451,459.14
$17,969,202.96
1,423,224.01
32,261,301.72
17,973,874.11
1,339,917.34
$15,400,000.00
Department   of   Commercial  Transport
Art
700,000.00
Pnhlir TTtilifip. Art
Natural Resources:
1,354,000.00
85,000.00
550,000.00
2,500,000.00
90,000.00
360,000.00
1,800,000.00
24,160,000.00
Lands and Forests:
$89,266.13
720,829.80
3,513,002.63
92,171.65
375,363.14
2,017,672.81
25,452,995.56
Land leases, rentals, and fees	
Minerals:
Coal,   petroleum,   and   natural-gas
7,000,000.00
60 000 00
$16,358,911.24
55,023.38
194,086.14
1,299,236.10
66,617.25
175,000.00
2,250,000.00
70,000.00
Unworked   Crown-granted   mineral
Water Resources:
1,450.000.00 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 31
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  1960—
Continued
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$40,000.00
125,000.00
450,000.00
350,000.00
154,000.00
20,000.00
110,000.00
130,000 00
Privileges, Licences, and Natural
Resources Taxes or Royalties—Continued
Other:
$40,538.43
90,783.34
673,125.11
345,110.42
239,241.13
19,752.50
129,908.94
99,048.12
2,822,219.62
960,778.56
47,965.86
53,226.75
19,316.40
255,816.34
31,722.50
14,211.00
46,846.35
117,854.96
$6,007,466.33
2,550,000 00
520,000.00
50 000 00
50,000.00
7,000.00
200,000 00
Municipal licences, regulated areas, etc.
15 000 00
10,000.00
Securities Act
45,000.00
125,000.00
Total, Privileges, Licences, Natural
$62,955,000.00
$76,974,986 47
$550,000.00
55,000.00
Land Sales and Service Fees
Sales:
$591,654.34
64,938.68
$656,593.02
3,148,056.64
Services:
40,000.00
$54,266.49
304,198.71
2,581,800.16
129,069.39
78,721.89
400,000 00
2,300,000.00
90,000.00
Sheriffs' fees
75,000 00
Total, Land Sales and Service Fees
Fines and Penalties
$3,510,000.00
3,804,649.66
$700,000.00
705,621.73
Interest, Discount, Premium,
and Exchange
Miscellaneous interest  	
$500,000.00
933,302.59
Contributions from Other
Governments (Canada)
$29,151.06
220,000.00
932,168.00
100,000.00
349,573.00
$29,151 00
220 000 00
932,168.00
100,000 00
1,700,000.00
Total,   Contributions   from   Other
$2,981,319.00
1,630,892.06
$27,000,000.00
Contributions from Government
Enterprises
Net profit, Government Liquor Board (in-
$27,320,879.34
50,000.00
Total, Contributions from Government Enterprises.  	
$27,050,000.00
27,320,879.34 E 32
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  1960-
Continued
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$750,000.00
Miscellaneous
$1,101,030.28
Non-revenue and Surplus Receipts
Refunds of Previous Year's Expenditure:
Charged to Income:
$14,999.46
136.43
1,216.90
108,710.13
15,406.42
69,791.42
665.22
50,000.00
42,025.98
81,529.02
8,303.08
$392,784.06
11,575.45
Advances to municipalities-
Advances under Canada-British Columbia Potato-warehouse Con-
$200,000.00
Advances to Conservation Fund	
Sundry advances	
Advances   to   water  and  irrigation
districts.
Centennial Celebrations Act	
Provincial Home Trust Account	
Charged to Loans:
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918	
Dyking    Assessments    Adjustment
Act, 1947
375,000.00
$5,913.73
5,100.00
561.72
Total,    Non-revenue    and    Surplus
$575,000.00
404,359.51
$287,775,423.00
$307,366,249.19 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60                                            E 33
Appropriation and Expenditure
Summary Showing Amounts Appropriated, Expended, Unexpended, and Overexpended
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1960
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT
1   Public Debt:                                           Page 1
$13,108,976.00
$9,416,101.41
$3,692,874.59
2    Legislation :                                               Page 1
Main Estimates   $362,652.00
Supplementary Estimates         20,000.00
Special Warrant No. 27          1,800.00
$384,452.00
$371,241.64
$13,210.36
3    Premier's Office:                                      Page 1
$41,445.00
19,000.00
$48,615.76
20,688.38
	
$7,170.76
4   Office of Economic Adviser and  Coordinator of Provincial Finances :      Page 1
1,688.38
Department of Agriculture
5    Minister's Office:                                    Page 2
$60,445.00
$69,304.14
$8,859.14
$23,940.00
73.710.00
$24,695.70
70.827.20
$755.70
6   General Administration :                       Page 2
$2,882.80
6,769.81
3,562.02
7   Markets and Statistics Branch:           Page 2
1
1
40.220.001            33.450.19
8    Horticultural Branch:                           Page 2
156,920.00
21,450.00
17,960.00
17,620.00
372,715.00
53,710.00
50,983.00
51,680.00
10,520.00
13,760.00
66.325.00
153,357.98
21,847.74
17,515.73
16,557.50'
370,274.72
52,843.71
53,124.59
50,007.75
9,742.60
9,717.71
47.451.04
9   Plant Pathology Branch:                     Page 3
397.74
10    Entomology Branch:                               Page 3
444.27
1,062.50
2,440.28
11    Apiary Branch:                                             Page 3
12   Live Stock Branch:                                  Page 3
13    Dairy Branch:                                           Page 4
866.29
14   Poultry Branch:                                    Page 4
1,672.25
777.40
4,042.29
18,873.96
1,227.77
2,141.59
15    Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch:
Page 4
16   Farmers'Institutes:                              Page 4
17   Women's Institutes:                             Page 5
18   Soil Survey Branch:                              Page 5
19   Agricultural Development and Extension
Branch:                                             Page 5
1
224,790.00|         223,562.23
2 E 34
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Agriculture—Continued
20   Agricultural Engineering Branch:     Page 5
$41,600.00
17,730.00
11,820.00
14,920.00
67,017.00
75,000.00
67,090.00
72,000.00
11,000.00
60,000.00
15,000.00
56,000.00
10,000.00
750,000.00
7,850.00
9,021.81
750.00
32,000.00
1,200.00
15,000.00
45,000.00
$43,015.42
$1,415.42
21    4-H Clubs:                                                  Page 6
18,073.12
10,932.27
12,133.89
56,688.15
27,415.82
60,847.92
75,542.97
9,027.04
59,743.00
10,734.41
49,971.21
8,506.95
419,434.22
*22.90
9,021.81
633.27
*2,175.95
397.50
12,197.78
45,724.21
343.12
22   Land Settlement Board:                       Page 6
$887.73
23   Dyking Commission :                              Page 6
2,786.11
10,328.85
47,584.18
6,242.08
24   Southern Okanagan Lands Project:    Page 6
25   Okanagan Flood-control—Maintenance:
Page 6
26    Milk Board:                                                Page 7
27   Temporary Assistance:                          Page 7
3,542.97
28   Motor-vehicles and Accessories:         Page 7
1,972.96
257.00
29   Grants and Subsidies :                            Page 7
30    Rebates on Stumping-powder:                Page 7
4,265.59
6,028.79
1,493.05
330,565.78
7,872.90
31    Subsidies on Agricultural Lime :         Page 7
Main Estimates      $30,000.00
32    Federal-Provincial Farm Labour Service:
Page 7
33   Farmers'Land-clearing Assistance:    Page 7
34   Farmers' Domestic Water Assistance :
Page 7
35    Investigation of Doukhobor Lands :    Page 8
Main Estimates - $1,000.00
Statutory           8,021.81
36   Pound District Act:                              Page 8
116.73
34,175.95
802.50
2,802.22
37   Grasshopper-control Act:                  .  Page 8
38   Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act:
Page 8
39   Pest-control:                                             Page 8
40   Fraser River Bank Protection:            Page 8
724.21
* Credit. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 35
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Agriculture—Continued
41   Potato-warehouse Construction
Assistance:                                         Page 8
Main Estimates                       -   _ $131,773.00
$137,773.00
1,538.90
200.18
50,250.00
$8,450.00
$120,402.65
1,538.90
$17,370.35
Statutory :                                                  Page 8
200.18
 	
Special Warrants :                                  Page 9
No. 14.    Grants to various agricultural exhibition and fair associations to assist in improvement of fair grounds and erection of
50,250.00
No. 26.   Grant to Village Commission  at
Harrison Hot Springs to assist in defraying the cost of strengthening the dyke at
8,437.50
12.50
$2,774,513.89
$2,263,647.73
$520,186.91
$9,320.75
Department of the Attorney-General
42    Attorney-General's Office:                  Page 9
Main Estimates   -        -            $25,400.00
$28,600.00
122,880.00
89,700.00
53,780.00
23,500.00
32,494.00
116,550.00
18,655.00
126,265.00
65,990.00
44,640.00
8,030.00
689,568.00
321,815.00
$28,892.18
121,643.37
84,049.11
48,302.97
18,230.96
27,242.43
116,326.46
18,851.37
124,276.44
62,621.78
44,426.93
7,788.76
681,831.48
325,333.64
$292.18
43   General Administration :                    Page 10
$1,236.63
5,650.89
44   Companies Office:                                  Page 10
45   Insurance and Real Estate Office :   Page 10
5,477.03
46    Securities Office:                                   Page 10
5,269.04
5,251.57
223.54
47    Credit Unions Act:                                Page 10
48    Fire Marshal Act :                                  Page 11
49   Censor of Moving Pictures :               Page 11
196.37
50    Sheriffs' Offices:                                   Page 11
1,988.56
3,368.22
51    Official Administrator :                        Page 12
52    Official Committee:                              Page 12
Main Estimates             -                  $43,940.00
213.07
241.24
7,736.52
53    Official Guardian :                                 Page 12
54   Land Registry Offices:                          Page 13
55   Supreme and County Courts :             Page 14
Main Estimates             - $315,815.00
Supplementary Estimates _ —       6,000.00
3,518.64 E 36
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
56   Offical Court Reporters :
Main Estimates 	
Supplementary Estimates
Page 14
$152,560.00
10,000.00
Page 15
  $1,102,920.00
Supplementary Estimates          50,000.00
57    Motor-vehicle Branch
Main Estimates	
58   Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted
Police: Page 15
Main Estimates   $1,773,085.00
Supplementary Estimates         44,000.00
59    Sundry Incidental Police Expenses:
Page 15
Main Estimates .
60   Doukhobor Affairs :
Main Estimates —
Page 15
61   Corrections Office:
Main Estimates	
Page 15
Page 16
 $1,914,100.00
Supplementary Estimates       270,000.00
62   Okalla Prison Farm:
Main Estimates
63   Women's Gaol:
Main Estimates
Supplementary Estimates
Page 16
$254,690.00
10,000.00
64   Prince George Men's Gaol:
Main Estimates	
Page 17
65   Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camp:     Page 17
Main Estimates   $164,360.00
Supplementary Estimates          1,000.00
66   Haney  Correctional  Institution   (Including Forest Camps and New Haven) :
Page 18
Main Estimates _   - —	
67    Probation Office:
Main Estimates -
Supplementary  Estimates
Page 18
$283,890.00
5,000.00
Page 18
$357,300.00
Supplementary  Estimates        40,000.00
68   Administration of Justice:
Main Estimates
69 Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation:
Page 18
Main Estimates    	
70 Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries:    Page 18
Main Estimates -— —  	
71   Narcotic Drug Treatment:
Main Estimates	
Page 19
$162,560.00|   $167,025.94
1,152,920.00
1,207,814.47
1,817,085.00!  1,816,923.08
50,000.00
150,000.00
76,150.00
2,184,100.00
55,957.51
219,256.18
72,235.03
2,300,743.59
264,690.00|   257,849.51
231,042.00
165,360.00
2,161,962.00
288,890.00
250,826.49
175,139.74
2,053,141.15
284,044.33
397,300.00   411,178.49
I
1,500.00
60,000.00
1,052.33
69,079.39
$4,465.94
54,894.47
$161.92
5,957.51
69,256.18
3,914.97
116,643.59
6,840.49
19,784.49
9,779.74
108,820.85
4,845.67
13,878.49
447.67
9,079.39
56,022.00    48,082.69|    7,939.31 . PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 37
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
72   Constitutional    Litigation    and    General
Law Costs:                                       Page 19
Main  Estimates                        $25.00(1.00
$100,000.00
10,000.00
9,500.00
10,800.00
$104,394.55
7,737.59
8,869.75
$2,262.41
630.25
Supplementary  Estimates       25,000.00
Special Warrant No. 15 —       50,000.00
$4,394.55
73
Magistrates' Conference:                    Page 19
74
Incidentals and Contingencies:         Page 19
Main Estimates -  $7,500.00
Supplementary Estimates  .   2,000.00
75
Master in Chambers:                             Page 19
10,800.00
76
Court of Appeal Act:                          Page 19
9,500.00
14,000.00
15,000.00
58,000.00
4,179.10
1,000.00
7,499.76
13,961.62
14,999.40
49,968.00
4,179.10
1,000.00
2,000.24
38.38
.60
8,032.00
77
Supreme Court Act:                            Page 19
Main Estimates  — $12,500.00
Supplementary Estimates  - -      1,500.00
78
County Courts Act:                            Page 19
79
Magistrates Act:                                  Page 19
Main Estimates          $55,000.00
Supplementary Estimates        3,000.00
Statutory:                                             Page 19
Special Warrants :                                  Page 20
Nos.  9  and  10.    Rewards for information
leading to  arrest  and conviction of  any
person charged with an offence relating to
damage to person or property caused by
an explosive substance   —
Department of Commercial Transport
Minister's Office :                                  Page 20
$11,194,027.10
$11,312,777.57
$193,391.07
$312,141.54
79a
$3,000.00
149,107.00
494,573.40
$2,872.12
149,107.00
493,573.40
$127.88
79b
General Administration :                    Page 20
Supplementary Estimates ...         $127,000.00
Statutory                       .   ..         22,107.00
79c Weigh-scale Branch :                              Page 20
Supplementary Estimates    -        $412,000.00
Statutory   .         82,573.40
Department of Education
Minister's Office:                                Page 21
Main Estimates     $21,420.00
Supplementary Estimates           900.00
$646,680.40
$646,552.52
$127.88
80
$22,320.00
85,480.00
$22,853.85
87,108.85
$533.85
1,628.85
81
General Administration :                    Page 21 E 38
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Education—Continued
82   Curriculum Branch:                            Page 22
$6S,460.00
130,185.00
164,865.00
80,075.00
90,690.00
54,130.00
36,450.00
155,020.00
62,890.00
10.00
643,550.00
340,170.00
93,200.00
55,890.00
674,120.00
50,649,492.00
3,420,000.00
50,000.00
66,000.00
20.000.00
$68,697.09
$237.09
83   Adult Education Branch:                   Page 22
110,334.67
159,205.35
72,127.64
88,049.25
47,922.75
36,222.32
151,584.28
62,046.18
11,040.33
633,492.78
321,825.58
98,088.23
$19,850.33
84   High Correspondence School:            Page 23
Main Estimates    $139,865.00
Supplementary Estimates       25,000.00
5,659.65
7,947.36
2,640.75
6,207.25
227.68
3,435.72
843.82
10,057.22
18,344.42
85   Elementary Correspondence School:
Page 23
86    Provincial Library:                                Page 23
87    Central Microfilm Bureau:                Page 23
88    Provincial Archives :                              Page 24
.. .
89   Public Library Commission:               Page 24
90   Provincial Museum:                               Page24
91   Text-book Branch :                               Page 25
11,030.33
92   Inspection of Schools and School Services:
Page 25
Main Estimates  -  $628,550.00
Supplementary Estimates          15,000.00
93    Jericho Hill School :                              Page 26
94   Teacher Registration and Examinations:
Page 26
Main Estimates  $91,200.00
Supplementary Estimates .    -           2,000.00
4,888.23
95   Finance Branch :                                     Page 26
50,700.51
733,109.78
50,535,724.28
3,358,318.65
50,000.00
5,189.49
113,767.72
61,681.35
96    Federal-Provincial Training Programmes:
Page 28
58,989.78
97   Grants toward Cost of Education :   Page 28
Main Estimates        - $49,658,000.00
Supplementary Estimates                991,492.00
98   Teachers' Superannuation Fund 6%:
Page 28
Main Estimates        $3,000,000.00
Supplementary Estimates                420,000.00
99    Special Aid to School Districts:        Page 28
100   Night-school Grants:                          Page28
52,826.71
19,994.20
13,173.29
101   Education   of   Soldiers'   Dependent   Children and Expenses:                       Page 28
Main Estimates     -	
5.80 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
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No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Education—Continued
102   Library and Library Association Grants:
Page 28
Main Estimates   $180,000.00
Supplementary Estimates           8,000.00
$188,000.00
625,000.00
4,984,000.00
304,650.00
96,000.00
22,500.00
44,945.00
310,000.00
13,568.56
1,000.00
$188,000.00
103   Free Text-books, Maps, etc.:              Page 28
516,352.20
4,984,000.00
304,650.00
96,000.00
$108,647.80
—
104   Grant to University of British Columbia:
Page 28
105   Grant to Victoria College:                Page 28
106   University Endowment Lands :           Page 29
107   Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies:
Page 29
18,861.64
44,831.16
281,825.16
13,568.56
1,000.00
3,638.36
113.84
28,174.84
108   Temporary Assistance:                        Page 29
Main Estimates   $40,945.00
Supplementary Estimates        4,000.00
109   Student-aid and Teacher-training  Scholarships and Bursaries :                       Page 29
110   Advances   re   Rural   School   and   Library
Taxes:                                             Page 29
Main Estimates _.         $10.00
Statutory              13,558.56
Special Warrant:                                 Page 29
No. 22.    Purchase of Mungo Martin collec-
$63,552,660.56
$63,220,362.00
$409,606.69
$77,308.13
Department of Finance
111   Minister's Office:                                Page 29
$5,700.00
109,490.00
260,470.00
204,023.00
616,445.00
225,013.00
147,460.00
66,900.00
$5,487.64
110,836.25
$212.36
112   General Administration :                    Page 29
$1,346.25
113   Controlling and Audit Branch:        Page 30
261,406.45
195,745.21
612,460.45
220,766.17
120,495.36
63,832.68
936.45
114   Mechanical Tabulation Branch:        Page 30
8,277.79
3,984.55
4,246.83
26,964.64
3.067.32
115   Consumer Taxation Branch:             Page 30
116 Real Property Taxation Branch:       Page 30
Main Estimates  - —  	
117 Assessment Equalization Act:          Page 31
Main Estimates - -	
	
118   Income Taxation Branch:                   Page 31
_.      	
! E 40
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Finance—Continued
119   Purchasing Commission:                     Page 31
$237,520.00
10.00
10.00
$242,629.17
*10,767.11
$10,777.11
10.00
10.00
9,476.28
$5,109.17
120   Langford Warehouse:                          Page 32
121    Office Furniture and Equipment:     Page 32
122   Motor-vehicles and Accessories :       Page 32
10.00
339,190.00
1,510,680.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
15,500.00
27,000.00
123.000.00
49,000.00
650,000.00
11,500.00
4,600.00
11,101,053.73
15,502.03
75,000.00
7,440,000.00
123    Postal Branch:                                        Page 32
329,713.72
1,512,958.27
770.60
*1,937.56
16,223.09
36,628.34
118,489.08
46,467.05
605,504.97
3,413.86
3,210.93
11,101,053.73
15,502.03
12,316.04
7,434,289.05
124   Government Agents, etc. :                  Page 40
2,278.27
125   Housing Commissioner:                       Page 40
229.40
11,937.56
126   Courts of Revision :                             Page 40
127   Assessment Appeal Board:                 Page 40
723.09
128   Printing   Public   Accounts,   Revenue   Receipts, Bonds, etc. :                        Page 40
9,628.34
129   Temporary Assistance:                          Page 40
4,510.92
2,532.95
44,495.03
8,086.14
1,389.07
130   Incidentals and Contingencies:         Page 40
Main Estimates     $30,000.00
Supplementary Estimates       4,000.00
Special Warrant No. 19      15,000 00
131    Civil   Service  Superannuation  Act—Interest:                                                  Page 41
132    Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act—Interest:               Page 41
133   Dyking Assessment Adjustments Act, 1905:
Page 41
134   Grants in Aid of Local Government:
Page 41
Main Estimates .   $11,100,000.00
Statutory               1,053.73
135   Supreme Court Act (Sec. 33):            Page 41
Main Estimates          $15,000.00
Statutory                          502.03
136    Salary Contingencies:                           Page 41
62,683.96
5,710.95
137   Home-owners' Subsidy:                        Page 41
* Credit. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 41
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Finance—Continued
138
139
Salary Revision:
Main Estimates
Page 41
$1,500,000.00
Special Warrant No. 12      1,900,000.00
Toll Highways and Bridges Authority Act:
Page 41
Main Estimates   $2,000,000.00
Supplementary Estimates         300,000.00
Statutory             18,562.77
140   Power Subsidy:                                     Page 41
Main Estimates  	
140a Flood Relief Act:                                  Page 41
Supplementary Estimates   _
140b Interest on Official Guardian Deposits:
Page 41
Supplementary Estimates _ 	
140c Municipal Superannuation Act:        Page 41
Supplementary Estimates 	
140D Water Act: Page 42
Supplementary Estimates   $530,000.00
Statutory       87,072.10
140e Byron Ingemar Johnson Act:            Page 42
Supplementary Estimates 	
140f Motive-fuel Use Tax Act : Page 42
Supplementary Estimates   $10,000.00
Statutory       7,303.62
140G Municipal Act:                                     Page 42
Supplementary Estimates  ....
Statutory: Page 42
Cemetery Companies Act 	
Margaret Copeland Gibbs Act   	
Special Warrants : Page 42
No. 6. Grant to Village of Campbell River
re Provincial Home-owner Grant Act	
No. 7. Grant to Vancouver Festival Society
to assist the society to carry out its operations during 1959    	
No. 11. Special allowances and grants payable during the month of July to recipients of Provincial Government supplementary allowances to aged and handicapped
persons, to recipients of social allowances
and their dependents during the month of
July, and special grants payable to Children's Aid Societies, in commemoration of
the visit of Her Majesty the Queen and
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip ..
No. 21. R.C.M.P. pension adjustment re
former member of B.C. Police 	
Department of Health and Welfare
Page 43
141   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates .
142   Accounting Division:
Main Estimates 	
Page 43
$3,400,000.00
2,318,562.77
100,000.00
60,000.00
500.00)
100,000.00
617,072.10
5,000.00
17,303.62
1,100.00
2,508.93
5,000.00
25,000.00
1,500,000.00
2,111.07
$3,367,107.19        $32,892.81
2,318,562.77
53,214.72
100,000.00
6,785.28
330.10| 169.901
95,000.00
617,072.10
5,000.00
17,303.62
1,100.00
2,508.93
5,000.00
1,988.00
25,000.00
1,319,565.00
2,111.07
$31,402,223,251 $30,888,358.97
5,000.00
180,435.00
$533,885.85  $20,021.57
 I	
$34,320.00
145,100.00
$34,306.52|     $13.48
141,741.79
3,358.21 E 42
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Health and Welfare—Continued
Public Health Services
143   General Services :                                 Page 43
Main Estimates 	
144   Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.) :
Page 43
Main Estimates  	
145   Grants to Public Health Services, Metropolitan Areas :                               Page 43
Main Estimates   .	
146   Grant in Aid of Arthritis Control:
Page 43
Main Estimates
147   Crippled Children (Federal Programme) :
Page 44
Main Estimates 	
148   Professional Training (Federal Programme) :
Page 44
Main Estimates 	
149   Public   Health   Research    (Federal   Programme) :                                        Page 44
Main Estimates 	
150   Grant to G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre:                                                      Page 44
Main Estimates	
151    Medical     Rehabilitation     (Federal     Programme) :                                        Page 44
Main Estimates  	
152   Rehabilitation Programme:
Main Estimates _ 	
Page 44
153 General    Public    Health    (Federal    Pro
gramme) :                                           Page 44
Main Estimates _ —	
154 Laboratory and Radiological Services (Fed
eral Programme) :                           Page 45
Main Estimates   	
155 Child and Maternal Health (Federal Pro
gramme) :                                           Page 45
Main Estimates —	
156   Grants re Local Health Services Building
Construction: Page 45
Main Estimates  	
157   Grant for Medical Research:
Main Estimates 	
Page 45
158   Grant re Heart Research:
Main Estimates  —
Page 45
159   Local Health Services:
Main Estimates 	
Page 46
160   Division of Laroratories:
Main Estimates 	
Page 46
161   Division of Vital Statistics:
Main Estimates   	
Page 46
162   Division of Venereal Disease Control:
Page 47
Main Estimates 	
$323,170.00
279,000.00
234,000.00
120,000.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
110,000.00
10.001-
12,000.00
10.00
10.00
io.oo[.
100,000.00
20,000.00
986,270.00
380,200.00
288,030.00
$314,483.28
273,579.13
232,405.04
111,029.00
106,438.00
3,685.00
89,879.50
20,000.00
5,000.00| 5,000.00
$8,686.72
5,420.87
1,594.96
8,971.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
3,562.00
10.00
8,315.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10,120.50
1,020,740.63
382,571.29
283,713.46
$34,470.63
2,371.29
56.516.001 45,384.39
4,316.54
11,131.61 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 43
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Health and Welfare—Continued
Public Health Services—Continued
163   Divisional  Headquarters,  Division  of  Tuberculosis Control:                      Page 47
$69,598.00
91,060.00
1,200,152.00
10.00
264,242.00
148,760.00
14,000.00
30.00
$66,744.98
88,359.99
1,313,559.11
249,064.04
146,213.64
13,742.85
$2,853.02
2,700.01
10.00
164   Travelling Clinics:
Page 47
165   In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics:
Page 49
$113,407.11
166   Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme):
Page 49
167   Poliomyelitis Pavilion:
Page 50
15,177.96
2,546.36
257.15
30.00
72,780.89
61,176.04
442,081.24
41,159.00
Mental Health Services
168   General Administration:
Page 50
169   Collections Office:
Page 50
170   Farms:
Page 52
171   School of Psychiatric Nursing:
Page 52
Page 52
611,786.00
259,400.00
9,588,465.00
227,490.00
10.00
539,005.11
198,223.96
9,146,383.76
186,331.00
172   Preventive Services:
173    Provincial Mental Hospitals:
Page 55
174   Mental Health Centre:
Main Estimates  	
Page 55
ogramme) :
Page 55
175   Mental Health Care (Federal Pr
10.00
110,919.70
1,393,929.98
62,776.17
17,000.00
176   Homes for the Aged:
Page 56
1,426,935.00
29,754,347.00
628,005.00
152,000.00
1,316,015.30
28,360,417.02
565,228.83
135,000.00
Hospital Insurance Services
177   Hospital Insurance Service:
Page 57
178 Provincial Infirmaries:
Main Estimates 	
179 Long-term Pediatric Care:
Page 58
Page 58
	
Page 58
$31,600.00
3,000.00
$47,529,966.00) $45,389,246.62
1
$2,290,968.41
$150,249.03
Department of Highways
180   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates - 	
$34,600.00
1,834,775.00
$35,943.64
1,788,370.73
$1,343.64
181   General Administration:
Page 59
$46,404.27 E 44
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Highways—Continued
182   Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.:
Page 60
Main Estimates   $13,311,125.00
Supplementary Estimates          425,000.00
183    Toll-bridge Maintenance:
Main Estimates 	
Page 60
184   Local Highways within Municipal Limits:
Page 61
Main Estimates   	
185   Vehicle Damage Claims, etc.: Page 61
Main Estimates —  $20,000.00
Supplementary Estimates       3,000.00
186   Highway   Signs,   Signals,   Traffic-control,
etc.: Page 61
Main Estimates 	
187    Weigh-scale Operation (see Vote 79c) :
Main Estimates
Page 61
188   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates  —
Page 61
189   Purchase of New Equipment:
Main Estimates 	
Page 61
Special Warrant:                                    Page 61
No. 5.   Compensation payable to S. A. Hil-
born   for  injuries   and   damage  to  truck
resulting from collapse of bridge on abandoned road   __	
Department of Industrial Development,
Trade, and Commerce
190   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates -
Page 62
191    General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
Page 62
192   Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London, England:      Page 62
Main Estimates 	
193   Bureau of Economics and Statistics:
Page 63
Main Estimates    $129,010.00
Supplementary Estimates        3,000.00
194   Mechanical Tabulation Division :      Page 63
Main Estimates 	
195   Industrial and Trade Office:
Main Estimates	
Page 63
196   Temporary Assistance:
Main Estimates 	
Page 63
197   Advertising and Publicity:
Main Estimates 	
Page 63
$13,736,125.00
542,025.00
150,000.00
23,000.00
275,160.00
236,980.00
46,100.00
900,000.00
$14,238,067.42
535,165.56
142,675.22
25,449.04
270,975.98
45,942.50
1,572.78
1,000.00 1,000.00
$17,779,765,001 $17,973,162.87
$6,859.44
7,324.78
4,184.02
236,980.00
157.50
10,427.22
$501,942.42
2,449.04
$3,645.00
41,625.00
53,937.00
132,010.00
163,720.00
20,020.00
4,000.001.
$1,136.58
40,469.46
57,484.05
136,286.60
153,816.10
17,087.47
$312,337,231   $505,735.10
$2,508.42
1,155.54
I
50,000.00| 45,875.70
9,903.90
2,932.53
4,000.00
4,124.30
$3,547.05
4,276.60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 45
No.
of                                      SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Industrial Development,
Trade, and Commerce—Continued
198   Provincial     Exhibits,     British     Columbia
Building:                                           Page 63
$8,000.00
225,000.00
12,000.00
$7,966.37
225,000.00
$33.63
199   Grants—British Columbia Research Council:                                                      Page 63
Special Warrants:                                  Page 63
Nos.  16 and 23.    Grants to the 1961 B.C.
International Trade Fair for promotional
activity in connection with the 1961 Trade
Fair        - -	
12,000.00
$713,957.00
$697,122.33
$24,658.32
$7,823.65
Department of Labour
200   Minister's Office:                                  Page 64
$26,940.00
239,107.00
14,800.00
40,854.00
348,265.00
3,895.00
128,380.00
10,210.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
3,788.00
13,500.00
3,000.00
2,118.27
$25,022.30
236,515.20
15,363.57
39,362.28
351,839.55
3,732.71
124,133.70
9,032.92
2,383.12
1,375.69
10,000.00
$1,917.70
2,591.80
201    General Administration:                     Page 64
202   Board of Industrial Relations:          Page 64
$563.57
203    Factories Inspection :                            Page 64
1,491.72
204   Apprenticeship Branch:                      Page 65
3,574.55
205   Trade-schools Branch:                          Page 65
162.29
4,246.30
1,177.08
1,816.88
624.31
206   Labour Relations Branch:                  Page 65
207 Indian Advisory Act:                             Page 65
Main Estimates   „ .   -     _	
208 Motor-vehicles and Accessories:        Page 65
	
209    Temporary Assistance:                           Page 65
Special Warrants :                           Pages 65-66
No. 1.   Proportion of costs of study of sea-
No.  4.    Cost of actuarial report on Workmen's   Compensation   Act   prepared   by
Eckler & Company Ltd., Consulting Ac-
3,788.00
11,697.03
2,756.31
2,118.27
No. 13.   Expenses in connection with a Government-supervised strike vote of employ-
1,802.97
243.69
No. 17.  Expenses in connection with a Government-supervised strike vote of employees in the fishing industry  	
No. 18.   Remuneration and expenses of John
D. Deutsch as Industrial Inquiry Commissioner investigating the disputes between
Forest   Industrial   Relations   Ltd.,   representing the employers, and District Council No. 1 of the International Woodworkers of America, representing employees	
$851,057.27
$839,120.65
$16,074.74
$4,138.12 E 46
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of                                       SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands and Forests
210   Minister's Office:                                Page 66
$22,550.00
$22,782.75
Supplementary Estimates        1,000.00
$232.75
Lands Service
211    General Administration :                    Page 66
86,180.00
49,420.00
144,080.00
83,619.77
48,408.31
144,013.76
$2,560.23
212   Accounting Division:                          Page 66
1,011.69
213    Lands Branch:                                         Page 67
Main Estimates     	
66.24
214   Land Inspection Division:                  Page 67
159,030.00
26,558.00
159,697.48
25,286.92
667 48
215   Administration,     Surveys     and     Mapping
Branch:                                           Page 67
Main Estimates       — 	
1,271.08
216   Special Commitments:                         Page 67
9,200.00
7,187.39
2,012.61
217   Legal Surveys Division:                      Page 68
348,655.00
134,290.00
341,838.67
131,861.52
308,615.82
181,726.88
350,096.55
6,816.33
2,428.48
218    Geographic Division:                             Page 68
219   Topographic Division:                          Page 69
Main Estimates       $310,280.00
4,664.18
9,488.12
Supplementary Estimates         3,000.00
220   Air Division:                                            Page 69
191,215.00
356,530.00
221   Water Rights Branch:                        Page 69
6,433.45
222   Hydraulic Surveys :                              Page 70
74,000.00
61,935.61
12,064.39
223   B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging:     Page 70
20,000.00
17,751.96
2,248.04
224   Grant to  British  Columbia Natural  Resources Conference :                     Page 70
1,500.00
1,500.00
225   Fraser River Board:                             Page 70
100,000.00
120,662.53
20,662.53
226   University Endowment Lands Administration Act:                                        Page 71
10.00
10.00
Forest Service
227   Salaries:                                                Page 71
Main Estimates - - $2,659,386.00
Supplementary Estimates         37,240.00
2,696,626.00
2,658,537.61
38,088.39
228   Expenses:                                               Page 72
Main Estimates  $894,000.00
930,000.00
1
952,489.98
Supplementary Estimates -   -           36,000.00
22,489.98 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
E 47
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Lands and Forests—Continued
Forest Service—Continued
229   Reforestation and Forest Nursery :  Page 72
Main Estimates	
230   Forest Management:
Main Estimates	
Page 73
231   Forest Research:
Main Estimates -
Page 73
232   Public Information and Education:  Page 74
Main Estimates  	
233   Forest Ranger School:
Main Estimates	
Page 74
234   Grant to Canadian Forestry Association:
Page 74
Main Estimates	
235    Office Furniture and Equipment:     Page 74
Main Estimates  	
236    Engineering Services :
Main Estimates	
Page 75
237    Forest Protection :
Main Estimates	
238    Fire Suppression:
Main Estimates .
Page 75
Supplementary Estimates .
Page 75
$350,000.00
520,000.00
239   Forest Surveys :
Main Estimates	
Page 76
240   Scaling Fund:
Main Estimates .
Page 76
241    Silviculture :
Main Estimates.
Page 77
242   (Jrazing Range Improvement Fund :   Page 77
Main Estimates  	
243   Expenses for Advisory Committees :
Main Estimates .
Page 77
Department of Mines
244   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates ...
Page 78
$399,317.56
468,602.56
167,603.37
090.00[ 99,258.84]
$416,668.00
488,460.00
174,847.00
95,650.00
10,000.00
36,000.00
394,760.00
2,485,840.00
870,000.00
578,488.00
10.00
1,390,400.00
38,000.00
10,000.00
$12,750,337.00
245   General  Administration,  Titles,  and  Accounts: Page 78
Main Estimates _   $154,155.00
Supplementary Estimates         5,000.00
246   Mineralogical Branch:
Main Estimates —	
Page 78
247   Analytical and Assay Branch:
Main Estimates — - -	
Page 78
$21,450.00
159,155.00
163,720.00
48,140.00
95,617.76
10,000.00
28,129.98
359,289.02
2,450,256.24
861,176.46
590,381.44
1,339,446.46
35,959.60
$12,521,552.80
248   Inspection Branch:
Main Estimates	
Page 79
$21,334.85
148,227.16
153,825.60
42,221.55
136,920.00| 136,424.84
I
$17,350.44
19,857.44
7,243.63
32.24
7,870.02
35,470.98
35,583.76
8,823.54
10.00
50,953.54
2,040.40
10,000.00
$285,899.22
$115.15
10,927.84
9,894.40
5,918.45
495.16
$1,168.84
11,893.44
$57,115.02 E 48
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Mines—Continued
249   Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch:
Main Estimates	
Page 79
250   Grants and Subsidies :
Main Estimates	
Page 79
251    Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails:
Page 79
Main Estimates   	
252   Grub-staking Prospectors:
Main Estimates _	
Page 79
253   Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide
Prospectors: Page 79
Main Estimates	
254     INTERPROVINCIAL COMMITTEE ON MINING:
Page 79
Main Estimates  	
255   Incidentals and Contingencies:         Page 79
Main Estimates   -	
256   Temporary Assistance:
Main Estimates	
Page 80
256a Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act:
Page 80
Supplementary Estimates	
Department of Municipal Affairs
257   Minister's Office:                                Page 80
Main Estimates	
258    Municipal Branch:
Main Estimates —
Page 80
259   Regional Planning Division:
Main Estimates   —
Supplementary Estimates
260   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates 	
Page 80
$60,120.00
2,000.00
Page 80
261    Pollution-control Board :
Main Estimates 	
Page 80
261a Municipal Act (Sec. 22a) :
Supplementary Estimates .
Statutory  :	
261b Local Services Act:
Supplementary Estimates
Statutory:
Municipal Act (sec 10) .
Page 80
$6,200.00
4,215.24
Page 80
Page 81
Special Warrant: Page 81
No. 24.    Estimated cost of participation by
the   Province  in  the   Municipal   Winter
Works Incentive Programme up to March
31, 1960 	
$160,170.00[       $142,503.18
18,000.00
145,000.00
26,000.00
300.00
2,500.00
7,500.00
13,070.00
100.00
17,680.73
99,774.30
21,574.43
87.33
2,306.27
2,724.77
9,991.40
65.37
$17,666.82
319.27
45,225.70
4,425.57
212.67
193.73
4,775.23
3,078.60
34.63
$902,025,001       $798,741.78
$103,283.22
$3,250.00
63,430.00
62,120.00
30,800.00
1,500.00
$1,561.12
64,652.97
61,630.49
25,500.00
895.10
$1,688.88
$1,222.97
489.51
5,300.00
604.90
10,415.24] 10,415.24
1,500.00] 1,376.84
123.16
635.56
635.56
300,000.00 155,559.06
144,440.94
$473.650.80|       $322,226.38]     $152,647.39]       $1,222.97 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
E 49
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary
262   Minister's Office:                                Page 81
t
$30,080.00
44,860.00
430,000.00
10.00
23,350.00
450,000.00
92,500.00
335,000.00
75,000.00
75,000.00
200,000.00
227,472.00
229,590.96
148,805.54
160,585.00
23.610.75
$29,371.44
43,887.85
304,951.23
14,974.89
$708.56
972.15
125,048.77
263   General Administration :                   Page 81
Main Estimates                 $43,860.00
Supplementary Estimates       1,000.00
264   Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes
for Elderly Citizens:                    Page 81
Main Estimates    $300,000.00
Supplementary Estimates      130,000.00
265   Queen's Printer:                                  Page 81
$14,964.89
266    Government House :                               Page 82
Main Estimates       $21,850.00
23,049.79
339,324.39
92,217.05
334,157.33
66,500.00
75,000.00
300.21
110,675.61
267   Assessment   on   Class   13    (the   Crown),
Workmen's Compensation Act:  Page 82
Main Estimates              $300,000.00
Supplementary Estimates      150,000.00
268   Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainment,
Grants, etc. :                                    Page 82
Main Estimates      $47,500.00
Special Warrant No. 20    45,000.00
282.95
269   Construction and Other Grants to Charitable and Other Associations:    Page 82
Main Estimates            $285,000.00
842.67
8,500.00
Supplementary Estimates         25,000.00
Special Warrant No. 25      25,000.00
270   Grant to Narcotic Foundation:         Page 82
271    Grant re Alcoholic Treatment:         Page 82
272   Capital Improvement District Act: Page 82
200,000.00
273    Civil Defence :                                         Page 83
133,115.80
229,590.96
148,805.54
159,453.39
23,610.75
94,356.20
274   Provincial Elections Act:                  Page 83
Main Estimates        .   _         $71,834.00
Supplementary Estimates —    15,000.00
Statutory                                            142,756.96
275   Public Inquiries Act:                          Page 84
Main Estimates             —            $10.00
Supplementary Estimates         134,000.00
Statutory      ._     14,795.54
Civ/7 Service Commission
276   Administration :                                    Page 84
1,131.61
277   Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities-
Page 84
Main Estimates  $11,000.00
Statutory        12,610.75
    -	 E 50
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of the Provincial Secretary—Cont'd
Civil Service Commission—Continued
278   Retiring   Allowances—Civil   Service   Act
and Other Government Employees:
Page 84
Main Estimates	
Superannuation Branch
279   Administration: Page 85
Main Estimates   $300.00
Supplementary Estimates   15,000.00
280   Grants—Retiring Allowances:
Main Estimates 	
Page 85
281    Civil Service Superannuation Act—Government Contributions : Page 85
Main Estimates   $2,900,000.00
Supplementary Estimates         150,000.00
282   Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act: Page 85
Main Estimates     $40,000.00
Statutory         1,567.62
283   Teachers' Pensions Act:
Main Estimates 	
Page 85
284   Public Services Medical Plan Act:   Page 85
Main Estimates     $482,760.00
Supplementary Estimates       50,000.00
Special Warrant:
No. 2. Grant to Bralorne Board of Trade
to assist in defraying cost of constructing
road from Bralorne to Pemberton	
Public Utilities Commission
285    Public Utilities Act and Cemeteries Act:
Page 86
Main Estimates   _	
286   Motor Carrier Act:
Main Estimates 	
Page 86
Department of Public Works
287   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates ...
Page 86
288    General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
Page 87
289 Parliament Buildings (Maintenance) :
Page 87
Main Estimates   	
290 Government House (Maintenance) :
Page 87
Main Estimates    $70,060.00
Supplementary Estimates - —    15,000.00
$50,000.00
15,300.00
42,000.00
3,050,000.00
41,567.62
51,000.00
532,760.00
10,000.00
$6,338,491.87
--
$49,957.48
6,594.35
40,593.51
2,820,025.94
41,567.62
48,875.68
518,537.65
10,000.00
$42.52
8,705.65
1,406.49
229,974.06
2,124.32
14,222.35
$5,754,162.64
$599,294.12
$14,964.89
$114,625.00
200,070.00
$114,656.51
185,466.32
$31.51
$14,603.68
$314,695.00        $300,122.83
$22,200.00
158,250.00
$14,603.68
$31.51
$20,313.30
156,438.48
$1,886.70
1,811.52
719,442.00 751,298.16
85,060.00 78,739.19
$31,856.16
6,320.81 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
E 51
No.
of                                    SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
291
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Public Works—Continued
Government Buildings (Maintenance) (Except Parliament Buildings and Government House):                                 Page 88
$2,545,973.00
393,611.00
165,550.00
150,680.00
282,750.00
$2,441,053.57
411,493.20
$104,919.43
292
Rentals :                                                Page 88
$17,882.20
293
Gas Division:                                        Page 88
155,386.24
129,557.82
275,419.40
10,163.76
21,122.18
7,330.60
294
Steam-boiler Inspection :                    Page 89
295
Electrical Energy Inspection :           Page 89
Railway Department
Minister's Office (see Vote 79a):     Page 89
$4,523,516.00
$4,419,699.36
$153,555.00
$49,738.36
296
$950.00
61,695.00
$950.00
61,695.00
297
General Administration (see Vote 79b) :
Page 89
epartment of Recreation and Conservation
Minister's Office:                                  Page 89
$62,645.00
$62,645.00
D
298
$21,920.00
67,730.00
16,370.0(
550,270.00
216,788.00
86,486.00
103,990.00
286,380.00
46,450.00
772,100.00
76,000.00
$21,294.44
66,755.79
11,031.49
563,334.50
218,780.64
$625.56
974.21
5,338.51
299
General Administration :                     Page 90
300
Commercial Fisheries Branch:          Page 90
301
Fish and Game Branch
Administrative Division :                      Page 90
$13,064.50
302
Fisheries Management Division:        Page 90
Main Estimates  	
Game Management Division:             Page 91
1,992.64
303
80,256.05
103,886.57
579,398.71
46,260.97
806,308.57
74,039.44
6,229.95
103.43
6,981.29
189.03
304
Destruction of Predatory Animls
and Birds:                                          Page 91
305
Tourist Traffic (British Columbia
Travel Bureau) :                              Page 92
Main Estimates              $216,380.00
Supplementary Estimates         . .     70,000.00
306
Photographic Branch:                            Page 92
307
Parks Branch:                                       Page 92
34,208.57
308
Youth Training Programme:              Page 93
1,960.56
$2,244,484.00
$2,271,347.17
$22,402.54
$49,265.71 E 52
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Social Welfare
309   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates ..
Page 93
310   General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
Page 93
311    Family Division:
Main Estimates
312    Field Service:
Main Estimates
Page 93
Page 93
Page 94
.. $54,345.00
Supplementary Estimates —     2,500.00
313    Medical Services Division:
Main  Estimates
314   Social Assistance:
Main Estimates
Page 94
. $15,609,000.00
Supplementary Estimates      2,313,000.00
315    Residence and Responsiblity Act—
Administration :                            Page 94
Main Estimates	
316   Operation of Pavilion at New Denver:
Page 94
Main Estimates	
Child Welfare Division
317   Administration:
Main Estimates
Page 95
318   Maintenance of Dependent Children and
Grants to Homes : Page 95
Main Estimates __   $2,100,300.00
Supplementary Estimates        150,000.00
319   Provincial Home, Kamloops:
Main Estimates	
Page 95
320   Industrial School for Boys, Brannen Lake:
Page 96
Main Estimates 	
321    Industrial School for Girls:
Main Estimates 	
Page 96
322 Old-age Assistance, Blind Persons' Allowances and Disabled Persons' Allowances Board—Administration:
Page 97
Main Estimates	
323   Old-age Assistance and Blind Persons'
Allowances : Page 97
Main Estimates     $2,323,000.00
Supplementary Estimates          48,300.00
Statutory             21,451.58
324   Disabled Persons' Allowances:
Main Estimates  	
Page 97
Statutory:                                             Page 97
Juvenile Delinquency Inquiry Act 	
Special Warrant: Page 97
No.   3. Estimated ccst  of sewerage  system
in  relation  to  Japanese  project  at  New
Denver  	
$4,000.00
$2,745.02
47,010.00] 47,712.14[-
18,200.00
1,178,245.00
15,510.46
1,213,989.61
56,845.00] 59,752.08
17,922,000.00
500.00
I
41,000.00
65,120.00
2,250,300.00
104,490.00
419,017.00
265,280.00
271,020.00
2,392,751.58
557,000.00
3,771.34
22,000.00
18,398,361.84
$25,618,549.92
22,841.25
65,037.87
2,343,613.98
30,836.45
398,342.30
230,249.33
267,672.81
2,392,751.58|
556,620.63
3,771.34
20,826.40
$26,070,635.09
$1,254.98
2,689.54
500.00
18,158.75
82.13
73,653.55
20,674.70
35,030.67
3.347.19J-.
379.37
1,173.60
$156,944.48
$702.14
35,744.61
2,907.08
476,361.84
93,313.98
$609,029.65 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1959/60
E 53
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Capital Expenditure Out of Income
325   Trans Canada Highway:
Main Estimates 	
Page 98
326   Roads, Bridges, and Ferries:
Main Estimates   	
Page 99
327   Okanagan Flood-control:
Main Estimates 	
Page 99
328   Renovations   to   British   Columbia   House.
London, England: Page 99
Main Estimates     $1,700.00
Special Warrant No. 8   _ 12,000.00
329   Assistance  to   B.C.   Fruitlands   Irrigation
District: Page 99
Main Estimates  	
330   Assistance to Improvement Districts under
the Water Act: Page 99
Main Estimates  	
331    Construction  of Roads in Crown Subdivisions:                                                Page 100
Main Estimates  	
$19,717,500.00
28,282,500.00
25,000.00
13,700.00
100,000.00
25,000.00
100,000.00
332   Water Investigations and Power Studies:
Page 100
Main Estimates   	
333 University Endowment Lands: Page 100
Main Estimates —   	
334 Forestry Administration Buildings and
Property:                                      Page 100
Main Estimates  	
335   Forest-development Roads :
Main Estimates  	
Page 100
336   Mining-roads:
Main Estimates
Page 100
337    Special Mineral Surveys:
Main Estimates 	
Page 100
338    Development and Construction of Housing
Projects: Page 100
Main Estimates — 	
339   Construction of Provincial Buildings:
Page 101
Main Estimates 	
340    Game Comsfpvatton Projects:           Page 101
Main Estimates 	
341    Historical Sites:
Main Estimates
Page 101
342   Park Development:
Main Estimates 	
Page 101
$17,498,567.72
23,298,269.50
7,718.85]
18,924.20
16,035.82
13,000.00
$2,218,932.28
4,984,230.50]
17,281.15
$5,224.20
90,161.32
180,000.001 94,301.03
1,000,000.00
75,000.00
1,500,000.00
1,500,000.00
83,964.18.
12,000.00
9,838.68
85,698.97
1,000,000.00
76,980.87
1,186,993.78
942,858.56'
40.000.00) 34,093.68
I
]
200,000.00 161,136.17
3,626,300.001      2,282,245.15
I
I
100,000.001 99,522.54
50,000.001 50,011.05
I
720,000.00
$57,255,000.00
343   Debt Redemption from Revenue Surplus:
Page 101
Main Estimates    $12,250,000.00
Supplementary Estimates       6,657,000.00
$18,907,000.00
711,616.81
313,006.22
557,141.44
5,906.32
38,863.83
1,344,054.85
477.46
8,383.19
$47,582,437,051 $9,679,779.07
$18,906,999.00
$1.00
1,980.87
11.05
$7,216.12 E 54
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1959/60
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Capital Expenditure Out of Income—Continued
Statutory : Page 101
Net Loss on Sale of Investments  (Sec.  9,
Revenue Act)   	
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY
Public Debt
Legislation
Premier's Office   	
Department of Agriculture 	
Department of the Attorney-General 	
Department of Commercial Transport 	
Department of Education   	
Department of Finance 	
Department of Health and Hospital Insurance	
Department of Highways  -  —
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and
Commerce    -	
Department of Labour   	
Department of Lands and Forests 	
Department of Mines
Department of Municipal Affairs  	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Public Utilities Commission 	
Department of Public Works 	
Railway Department
Department of Recreation and Conservation..
Department of Social Welfare  	
Capital Expenditure Out of Income __	
Debt Redemption from Revenue Surplus  	
Net Loss on Sale of Investments (Sec. 9, Revenue
Act)   	
$183,990.50
$183,990.50
$13,108.
384
60.
2,774
11,194
646
63,552
31,402
47,529.
11,119.
713
851
12,750,
902
473
6,338
314
4,523
61
2,244
25,618
976.00
.452.00
445.00
,513.89
,027.10
680.40
,660.56
,223.25
966.00
,765.00
.957.00
,057.27
337.00
025.00
,650.80
491.87
,695.00
,516.00
645.00
,484.00
,549.92
$9,416
371
69.
2,263
11.312.
646,
63,220.
30,888
45,389.
17,973,
101.41
241.64
.304.14
,647.73
777.57
552.52
362.00
358.97
246.62
162.87
$3,692,874.59
13,210.36
697,122.33
839,120.65
12,521,552.80
798,741.78
322,226.38
5,754,162.64
300,122.83
4,419,699.36
2,271,347.17
26,070,635.09
520,186.91
193,391.07
127.88
409,606.69
533,885.85
2,290,968.41
312,337.23
24,658.32
16,074.74
285,899.22
103,283.22
152,647.39
599,294.12
14,603.68
153,555.00
61,645.00
22,402.54
156,944.48
$8,859.14
9,320.75
312,141.54
77,308.13
20,021.57
150,249.03
505,735.10
7,823.65
4,138.12
57,115.02
1,222.97
14,964.89
31.51
49,738.36
49,265.71
609,029.65
$243,226,118.06]$235,545,486.50
57,255,000.00 47,582,437.05
18,907,000.00     18,906,999.00
183,990.50
$9,557,596.70
9,679,779.07
1.00
$1,876,965.14
7,216.12
183,990.50
$319,572,108.56 $302,218,913.05
$19,237,376.77
$1,884,181.26

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