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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1965
PERIOD FROM APRIL 1, 1964, TO MARCH 31, 1965
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1965
  r
To Major-General the Honourable George Randolph Pearkes,
V.C., P.C., C.B., D.S.O., M.C.,
Lieutenant-Governor oj the Province oj 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, 1965.
W. A. C. BENNETT,
Minister oj Finance.
Department oj Finance,
Victoria, B.C., July 21,1965.
 Victoria, B.C., July 21, 1965.
The Honourable W.A.C. Bennett, LL.D., D.Pol.Sc,
Minister oj Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the Public Accounts of the Pro\>
ince of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1965.
Respectfully submitted.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
 r
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 5
Order of Public Accounts
Page
Main Statements: Ref- No.
Balance-sheet as at March 31, 1965    E 6-7
Revenue and Expenditure (Current Account, Summary by Departments) for
the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1965  .._____    E 8-9
Cash Receipts and Payments (Consolidated Revenue Fund) for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1965 E 10-11
Source and Application of Funds for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1965 ___.     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, 1965  E 14-17
Supplementary Statements:
Details of Assets, Liabilities, Surplus, and Revenue Surplus Appropriation Accounts  E 19-29
Details of Revenue  E 30-31
Details of Appropriation and Expenditure E 32-50
Details of Expenditure:
Current Account, Including Capital Expenditure Out of Income       1-49
Special Project Funds:
Beef Cattle Producers' Assistance Fund   5
Dairy Producers' Protection Fund  5
Dog Tax Fund  11
Forest Development Fund  38
Grazing Range Improvement Fund   37
Housing Act Fund   20
Pound District Act    ___  5
Scaling Fund  37
University Endowment Lands Administration Account  34
Summary of Detailed Expenditure  50
Schedule of Indemnities and Mileage Paid to Members of Legislature  51
Schedule of Salaries, Wages, and Travelling Expenses by Departments  52-153
Schedule of Payments to Municipalities, School Districts, Hospitals, Individuals,
Firms, and Corporations for Supplies or Services Rendered, Including Grants 154-185
Securities Deposited with the Government Pursuant to Various Acts  187
Financial Statements of Boards, Commissions, and Government Enterprises Not
Otherwise Shown in the Public Accounts:
British Columbia Liquor Control Board  188-189
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority     190-195
Land Settlement Board   196-197
British Columbia Ferry Authority  198-200
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company      202-204
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority   205
Workmen's Compensation Board   206-207
Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure 208-214
 E 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
ASSETS
Page
Ref. No. 1965 1964
General:
Cash on Hand  — $19,359,793
E 19      Investments, at par value:
Short-term deposits with chartered banks $85,000,000
Other       1,258,700
$86,258,700 18,145,525
E 19      Accounts and Taxes Receivable  24,769,714 22,701,059
B 20     Loans and Advances .  21,697,214 19,706,077
E 20     Agreements of Sale, Mortgages Receivable, and Properties Held for Sale  2,749,171 2,608,869
E 20     Advances to Special Project Funds  12,771,373 11,524,659
E 21     Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company (entire issued
share capital of 652,909 shares)  65,290,900 65,290,900
E 21     Fixed Assets  795,954,667 725,064,181
Total General Assets $1,009,491,739     $884,401,063
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
E 21-22 Cash in Banks  $477,628 $740,396
B „ ,, T       .       ,    J Par value 1965, $108,150,051 . _ . 106,422,247
b zi-22 investments j Par value 1964, $97,544,528 96,177,089
Total Superannuation and Retirement Funds—   $106,899,875      $96,917,485
Trust:
E 22      Miscellaneous Cash and Investments       $96,197,145     $104,889,063
$1,212,588,759 $1,086,207,611
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 7
BRITISH COLUMBIA
(BALANCE-SHEET)  AS AT MARCH 31, 1965
LIABILITIES
Page
Ref. No. 1965 1964
General:
E 22-23 Bonded Debt       $70,410,500      $74,007,000
Treasury Bills—Government of Canada, long-term serial 12,118,402        12,982,763
$82,528,902      $86,989,763
E 23 Less sinking funds  (Revenue Act, chap. 341,
R.S.B.C. I960)—
Par value 1965, $83,763,824  82,528,902
Par value 1964, $88,310,541  86,989,763
E 23      Cheques Issued in Excess of Cash on Hand  $6,283,078 —
E 24     Trust Deposits  13,914,922 $11,334,877
E 24     Accounts Payable  25,015,632 19,081,570
E 24     Special Project Funds—unexpended balances  2,197,248 2,062,610
E 24     Reserves for Losses on Realization of Assets  3,278,531 3,327,393
E 25      Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves  958,802,328 848,594,613
Total General Liabilities, Reserves, and Surplus $1,009,491,739     $884,401,063
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
E 26      Civil Service Superannuation Fund       $89,811,384      $81,554,517
E 26     Retirement Fund         16,356,798        14,748,257
E 26     Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account  	
Total Superannuation and Retirement Funds	
Trust:
E 26     Miscellaneous Trust Deposits	
731,693
614,711
$106,899,875
$96,917,485
$96,197,145
$104,889,063
$1,212,588,759 $1,086,207,611
E 26-27 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  $1,385,249,644 $1,379,455,226
Loans and advances are carried at book value as the amount of ultimate
realization cannot be determined at this date.
No provision is made for commitments under construction contracts in
force at March 31, 1965. Such future construction is chargeable to appropriations in the years in which the work is actually performed.
In my opinion the statement of financial condition (balance-sheet) is
properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position of the Province
of British Columbia at March 31, 1965, and is in accordance with the books
of the Province.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
 E 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF
SUMMARY OF REVENUE AND
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
REVENUE
Page
Ref. No.
E 30     Property Taxes	
E 30     Social Services, Fuel Taxes, etc 	
E 30     Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and Succession
Duties 	
E 31      Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties 	
E 31      Land Sales and Service Fees	
E 31      Fines and Penalties	
E 31      Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange .
E 31     Contributions from Other Governments (Canada).
E 31      Contributions from Government Enterprises	
E 31      Miscellaneous Revenue	
1965
1964
$8,299,815
$7,162,642
180,168,961
157,982,887
93,863,719
76,333,437
123,639,747
104,752,821
5,306,347
4,363,955
1,111,147
955,133
1,278,662
1,741,319
1,956,632
2,173,768
35,455,063
32,835,558
1,913,023
1,455,715
$452,993,116 $389,757,235
* Exclusive of Special Funds.  Complete consolidation shown on pages E14-17.
t Includes $17,749,250 pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1964.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 9
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENTS*
ENDED MARCH 31, 1965
EXPENDITURE
Legislation 	
Premier's Office
Department of Agriculture.
Department of the Attorney-General	
Department of Commercial Transport.
Department of Education	
Department of Finance	
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance.
Department of Highways 	
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce .
Department of Labour	
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources _
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Department of Municipal Affairs	
Department of the Provincial Secretary.
Public Utilities Commission	
Department of Public Works	
Department of Recreation and Conservation.
Department of Social Welfare	
1965
$558,943
1964
$479,405
63,848
54,945
2,912,927
3,025,338
15,140,411
13,769,422
574,719
547,382
106,151,477
92,574,091
49,254,312
44,536,195
60,205,293
55,474,147
78,633,674
194,524,792
1,009,128
1,036,633
1,276,060
1,157,000
16,673,929
16,112,514
1,363,482
2,134,741
2,200,072
2,507,704
10,418,524
9,510,564
341,234
347,954
14,932,951
10,522,639
4,353,115
3,943,404
33,508,777
33,425,346
Net Expenditure, including all capital charges except
$17,749,250 charged to Revenue Surplus (page E25),
pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1964, in 1965 and
$15,439,868 charged to Revenue Surplus pursuant to
Toll Removal Act, 1963, in 1964 	
Net Revenue over Expenditure, carried to Revenue Surplus Appropriation Account (page E25) for the fiscal year ended March
31, 1965 	
$399,572,876 $385,684,216
53,420,240       4,073,019
$452,993,116 $389,757,235
 E 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF
CONSOLIDATED
Statement of Receipts and Payments
NET RECEIPTS
Page
Ref. No.
E 8       Revenue as scheduled in Statement of Revenue and Expenditure  $452,993,116
Increase in trust deposits        2,580,045
$455,573,161
Cash on hand and in bank at beginning of period, March 31, 1964       19,359,793
$474,932,954
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 11
BRITISH COLUMBIA
REVENUE FUND
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1965
NET PAYMENTS
Page
Ref. No.
E 9       Current Account expenditure, as scheduled departmentally in statement of
Revenue and Expenditure	
Less items included but not represented by cash received:
Decrease in accounts receivable    $181,936
Less items included but not represented by cash payments:
Increase in accounts payable  5,934,062
$399,572,876
Increase in investments
Increase in loans and advances.
Special Project Funds:
Increase in advances	
6,115,998
$393,456,878
68,113,175
1,855,375
Net receipts in excess of disbursements.
$175,992
134,638
Toll Removal Act, 1964:
Charged to Revenue Surplus (1964/65) (page E25)_
E 23      Cheques issued in excess of cash on hand at end of period, March 31,
1965 	
41,354
17,749,250
$481,216,032
6,283,078
$474,932,954
 E 12
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1965
SOURCE OF NEW FUNDS:
Provided by excess of revenue over expenditure for the year ended March 31, 1965
(page E 9)	
$53,420,240
APPLICATION OF FUNDS:
Applied to increase of loans and advances _
$1,855,375
Acquisition of toll bridges and tunnel pursuant to Toll Removal Act,
1963, and Toll Removal Act, 1964 $66,523,474
Less charged to Revenue Surplus (1963/64).
Less charged to Department of Highways:
1962/63  	
1963/64 	
$15,439,868
15,585,106
17,749,250
48,774,224
Charged to Revenue Surplus (1964/65) (page E25).
     17,749,250
FUNDS RECEIVED IN EXCESS OF FUNDS APPLIED, accounted for by an increase
in current position shown below      33,815,615
$53,420,240 $53,420,240
STATEMENT SHOWING CHANGES IN CURRENT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
CURRENT ASSETS:
Cash on hand and in banks _
Investments	
Accounts receivable
Non-cash adjustments .
Advances to Special Project Funds .
Non-cash adjustments	
CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Trust deposits	
Accounts payable 	
Special Project Funds—unexpended balances .
1965 1964
$6,283,078* $19,359,793
86,258,700     18,145,525
24,769,714
12,771,373
13,914,922
25,015,632
_   2,197,248
22,701,059
11,344,877
19,081,570
2,062,610
Differences
— $25,642,871
68,113,175 —
2,068,655 —
— 2,250,591
1,246,714 —
— 1,070,722
— 2,580,045
— 5,934,062
— 134,638
$71,428,544 $37,612,929
NET INCREASE IN CURRENT POSITION, to account for funds received In excess
of funds applied as shown above	
— 33,815,615
$71,428,544 $71,428,544
• Credit, representing cheques issued in excess of cash on hand.
  E 14
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1964/65
REVENUE BY SOURCE
Taxes:
Income tax—corporation and individual	
Property	
Sales:
Pari mutuel betting tax_
Amusements and admissions..
Social services (net)	
Motor-fuel and fueI-oil„
Succession duties	
Insurance premiums	
Sundry	
Federal-Provincial Tax-sharing Arrangements
Act.	
PROVINCE OF
STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY SOURCE
I960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
$6,103,995
$6,201,585
$6,538,339
$7,168,462
t$71,172,187
7,325,015
$85,751,394
8,487,100
1,250,744
1,671,828
87,364,136
30,423,886
2,822,219
223,791
1,104,304
1,751,226
84,978,180
31,924,013
2,867,257
263,977
1,254,063
1,802,492
89,891,938
41,210,107
2,953,453
245,977
1,422,069
880,641
96,946,532
45,049,248
3,046,767
250,114
1,716,915
§
107,857,034
48,408,938
J5,161,250
3,144,152
228,313
1,839,296
125,191,148
53,138,517
8,112,325
3,558,370
269,194
67,853,580
73,686,399
74,381,535
76,636,000
t
_
Privileges, Licences, and Permits:
Liquor control and regulation-
Motor-vehicle licences and permits..
462,998
17,969,203
514,091
19,747,920
526,686
20,575,131
571,272 606,172 625,287
21,116,387     22,691,112     24,639,677
Natural resources:
Fish and game-
Lands and forests-
Minerals	
Water resources-
Other 	
Sales and Services:
Ferry toils-
Sundry	
Fines and Penalties:
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange..
1,423,224
33,941,666
17,974,644
1,339,917
2,748,813
398,322
8,385,405
706,501
942,630
1,512,003
35,381,453
15,421,219
1,541,964
2,585,225
1,506,816
36,822,657
20,736,878
1,835,133
2,845,024
1,695,200
38,425,258
24,404,320
2,141,831
3,123,051
461,364 511,249 573,120
8,463,123 8,893,930 9,434,357
692,518 720,331 766,214
1,534,460 1,683,408 2,115,405
1,820,065
48,867,874
26,057,794
1,966,518
3,220,754
1,870,106
56,747,675
34,120,200
2,182,320
3,660,371
485,713 303,792
9,678,666 12,053,327
955,687 1,093,188
1,741,534 1,280,370
Contributions from Other Governments:
Grants-in-aid and shared-cost contributions-
Subsidies .	
Percentage of power corporation tax	
Contributions    from    Government    Enterprises:
Net profit, Liquor Control Board	
55,838,715     65,828,236     71,431,925     78,227,448
1,281,319        1,281,319        1,672,417       1,672,417
349,573    259,833    927,888  1,090,378
85,073,682  81,304,872
1,672,417   1,672,417
501,351 284,215
26,857,882     27,672,756     28,626,602     30,658,104     32,229,386     34,829,776
MISCELLANEOUS-.
218,413
205,424
390,888
358,912
352,795
123,110
Non-revenue Receipts:
Refund of previous year's expenditure-
Repayment of advances	
Carried forward...
505,390 385,035 98,572
942,592       1,031,904       1,179,480
55,858
117,013
76,759
233,437
135,921
93,625
. $370,001,386 $387,296,788 $419,262,919 $447,946,378 $483,245,520 $543,367,593
iz Consolidation of Current Capital and Revenue Surplus Appropriation Accounts, and Special Funds on a gross functional
basis by fiscal years.
t Income Tax Act, 1962, chap. 27, sees. 4 and 5.
t Succession Duty Amendment Act, 1963, chap. 44, sec. 4.
§ Hospital Construction Aid Tax Act Repeal Act, 1963.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 15
BRITISH COLUMBIA
AND EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION^
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965
General Government:
Administrative:
General      $5,709,001      $5,782,047      $6,149,908     $5,978,258     $6,334,296     $6,918,453
Employees'benefits        3,464,536       3,887,002       3,773,018       4,082,354       4,529,104       4,689,543
Construction and maintenance of public
buildings-         1,539,639       2,466,845       2,655,072       3,130,982       3,925,016       7,1"66,187
Legislative:
Elections-.__ _   238,283 960,412 75,042 135,883 912,855 139,182
Legislative  Assembly  and  Government
House      *1,153,190 629,909 623,171 667,910 667,539 810,748
Research, planning, and statistics  147,676 151,548 149,551 150,589 161,857 173,470
Protection of Persons and Property :
Law enforcement  1,902,306 2,840,593 t3,285,753 2,517,920 2,498,233 2,831,375
Corrections:
Juvenile delinquents   1,428,380 1.514,674 1,748,870 1,469,701 1,536,599 1,642,667
Other offenders  5,177,541 5,196,273 5,037,114 5,890,715 6,573,940 7,232,194
Police protection-  2,029,657 2,158,154 2,108,947 2,317,954 2,421,149 2,523,234
Registration, regulation, inspection, trusteeship..     3,652,057 3,589,384 3,660,932 3,773,816 4,025,335 4,542,216
Transportation and Communications:
Highways, roads, and bridges        73,769,281      90,984,847     83,531,731   J94,662,913 §118,830,511    1198,678,669
Waterways, ferries, docks, and wharves       1,837,003       2,042,292       2,090,442       1,752,610       2,097,975       2,879,020
Health and Social Welfare:
Health:
Administration   	
Public health	
Medical, dental, and allied services	
Hospital care:
General administration -
Provincial Mental Hospitals-
Provincial Tuberculosis Hospitals-
Payments to hospitals-
Provincial Infirmaries and Polio Pavilion       1,018,730
Social welfare:
Aid to aged persons  	
Aid to blind persons 	
Social assistance	
Child welfare	
Labour relations, industrial conciliation
and arbitration -  	
General administration  	
Recreational and Cultural Services:
Archives, art galleries, museum, and libraries
Parks, beaches, and other recreational areas...
Physical culture-
Centennial celebrations..
Other	
1,019,072
6,222,251
3,658,279
1,241,506
6,808,867
4,538,872
1,284,617
7,163,652
5,048,891
1,440,258
7,270,996
4,982,971
1,616,243
7,776,698
5,446,425
1,861,200
8,454,954
6,529,917
715,090
12,740,984
2,295,705
48,330,258
1,018,730
680,158
13,869,293
2,076,971
53,318,348
772,283
683,143
14,252,763
1,499,730
58,017,604
802,928
715,678
15,069,931
1,418,459
61,958,225
840,333
743,858
15,977,613
1,430,484
66,858,104
872,536
782,953
17,261,211
1,358,917
72,172,352
945,827
15,979,352
568,036
18,076,245
2,833,195
16,637,160
633,693
26,550,238
3,166,934
16,686,224
572,455
30,606,094
3,496,348
17,286,463
611,118
30,439,726
4,382,524
17,885,107
635,934
31,865,352
5,067,750
18,077,130
702,434
32,489,794
5,795,777
486,461
1,647,216
457,848
1,875,761
452,939
2,008,337
475,371
2,088,266
517,529
2,267,493
564,328
2,663,469
485,202
2,103,944
107,123
559,332
2,372,733
182,768
568,266
2,664,600
191,374
575,489
2,247,578
192,328
582,486
2,082,789
218,366
752,964
2,165,121
253,849
99,513
85,969
130,271
169,959
133,189
363,537
Carried forward $220,435,206 $258,032,714 $261,019,787 $278,697,278 $316,492,365 $313,422,692
* Construction of new Government House.
t Construction of Victoria Law Courts.
t Includes $15,585,106 pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1963, chap. 49, sec. 5.
§ Includes $15,439,868 pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1963, chap. 49, sec. 8, and $17,749,250 pursuant to Toll Removal Act,
1964, chap. 58, sec. 5 (2).
II Includes $17,749,250 pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1964, chap. 58, sec. 5 (2).
 E 16
REVENUE BY SOURCE
Brought forward _
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY SOURCE AND
I960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965
. $370,001,386 $387,296,788 $419,262^19 $447,946,378 $483,245,520 $543,367,593
TOTAL GROSS REVENUE BY SOURCE $370,001,386 $387,296,788 $419,262,919 $447,946,378 $483,245,520 $543,367,593
RECONCILIATION:
revenue, Cun-ent Account  — 8,670,878 -_-. — __
— — — — 15,439,868     17,749,250
— — — — 90,786 41,356
Expenditure over revenue, Current Account	
Expenditure, Revenue Surplus Account	
Special Projects Funds: Expenditures in excess of Revenue and Government contributions —
$370,001,386 $395,967,666 $419,262,919 $447,946,378 $498,776,174 $561,158,199
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 17
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION—Continued
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION
Brought forward... 	
1960      1961      1962      1963      1964      1965
. $220,435,206 $258,032,714 $261,019,787 $278,697,278 $316,492,365 $313,422,692
Education:
Schools operated by local authorities:
Grants, operating schools-
Provincial home-owner grants..
Aids and services-
Universities, colleges, and normal schools-
Education of the handicapped	
Superannuation and pensions	
General administration	
Natural Resources and Primary Industries :
Fish and game-
Forests (including fire suppression)	
Lands—settlement and agriculture	
Minerals and mines	
Water resources  	
Other  --_. _
Trade and Industrial Development... 	
Local  Government  Planning  and  Development  	
Debt Charges:
Bank charges and commission	
Debt retirement 	
Interest: Bonded debt and Treasury bills	
Intbrest, Other:
Superannuation, Pension, and Trust Funds_
Contributions to Other Governments :
Grants in aid of local government	
50,585,724
2,742,247
8,707,080
474,192
3,799,119
562,000
56,144,874
2,941,008
11,382,131
488,062
3,729,661
529,615
59,901,591
3,903,687
13,648,167
493,137
3,492,677
523,400
62,432,236
4,804,598
•20,902,300
551,035
3,658,316
545,200
67,184,947
6,574,836
25,823,284
1,101,753
3,880,513
578,324
72,199,213
'•24,071,124
11,166,816
27,566,953
1,402,063
4,110,878
624,444
1,158,666
15,054,483
4,116,060
2,736,664
548,554
436,475
1,191,159
19,550,103
4,323,957
3,421,383
564,944
615,204
1,231,638
20,559,034
4,427,202
3,324,876
598,072
663,833
1,283,421
16,764,884
4,567,675
3,322,872
600,489
495,738
1,457,723
17,751,633
5,218,239
3,212,305
849,469
1,251,200
1,641,545
18,276,805
5,965,566
1,737,629
1,110,018
868,863
841,115
1,016,399
1,133,916
1,344,363
1,444,020
1,595,942
529,652
1,089,875
1,848,837
1,958,022
2,634,035
2,411,113
8,108
_
_
_
_
__
27,363,334
1951,658
t
—
	
	
	
722,260
614,723
407,533
471,976
318,892
278,847
Contributions to Government Enterprises :
Subsidy to Toll Highways and Bridges Authority  _
Other  	
Other Expenditure:
Civil Defence	
Housing _
University Endowment Lands..
Flood relief  	
Provincial home-owner grants _
Sundry  	
Non-expense and Surplus Payments:
Advances 	
Loss on sale of investments, sec. 9, Revenue
Act	
TOTAL GROSS EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION    	
RECONCILIATION:
Revenue  over   total  expenditure  including
capital, Current Account .
11,101,054
11,132,263
11,175,781
12,846,919
13,347,000
13,405,535
2,318,563
2,560,845
2,939,942
46,240
3,048,063
150,000
1,969,086
150,000
968,221
150,000
485,822
226,188
244,869
53,215
7,436,277
3,411
658,604
28,500
256,774
26,175
% 14,466,282
55,863
780,715
257,553
293,839
103,753
14,830,544
2,477
803,400
832,074
295,593
11,581
15,158,812
31,372
763,174
575,991
381,600
§21,659,274
194,280
833,843
177,299
386,767
••2,674,570
872,868
845,748
765,675
950,467
111,125,839
1,110,788
1181,655
183,990
—
—
446,425
—
—
$364,671,734 $395,586,793 $408,558,698 $435,898,803 $494,703,155 $507,737,959
Special Project Funds: Revenue and Government contributions in excess of expenditure  	
5,147,337
182,315
—    10,481,954  11,906,963
380,873    222,267    140,612
4,073,019     53,420,240
$370,001,386 $395,967,666 $419,262,919 $447,946,378 $498,776,174 $561,158,199
* Vocational-school construction programme.
t Revenue Act Amendment Act, 1960.
t Provincial Home-owner Grant Act Amendment Act, I960.
§ Provincial Home-owner Grant Act Amendment Act, 1963, chap. 35, sec. 6.
Ii Repayment of advances under Water Act previously taken to revenue now applied against advances.
H Credit.
*• Provincial Home-owner Grant Act Amendment Act, 1963, sec. 7, increase in grant.   Provincial Home-owner Grant Act
Amendment Act, 1964, sec. 4, applicable first to local school taxes, balance to other levies.
  PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 19
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1965
ASSETS
Investments :
$86,258,700
Short-term deposits with chartered banks:
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce     $30,000,000
$85,000,000
1,258,700
Bank of Montreal                                         20,000,000
Bank of Nova Scotia -                                      15,000,000
Toronto-Dominion  Bank                ....               20,000,000
Other:
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority parity bonds
(Province of British Columbia guaranty)        $1,093,700
British Columbia Ferry Authority notes  (Province of British Columbia  guaranty)              165,000
$86,258,700
$86,258,700
Accounts and Taxes Receivable :
Government of Canada:
Shared-cost agreements     $ 11,146,744
Deposit re postal meter and Air Canada  1,950
    $11,148,694
Other Provinces   34,786
British Columbia municipalities:
Social allowances, medical services, and child welfare maintenance     615,759
Sundry     244,372
•Other:
Property taxes       $2,061,032
Social services tax   918,667
Logging tax   201,032
Mining tax  94,572
Probate fees and succession duties  887,238
Timber royalty and stumpage and grazing fees        6,994,866
Student-aid loans   89,470
Teacher-training loans      12,501
Farmers' land-clearing and domestic water assistance        1,445,235
Sundry   21,490
•Not taken into revenue until received.
Record purposes only.
12,726,103
$24,769,714
 E 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1965—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Loans and Advances:
British Columbia municipalities:   Corporation of District of Kent	
Dyking districts, co-operative associations, and other:
Various dyking districts 	
Various water and irrigation districts
Various co-operative associations	
Miscellaneous  	
School districts, library districts, improvement districts, and Iooal areas:
Various school districts (Public Schools Act, sec. 197 (10))	
Various regional library districts (Public Libraries Act, sec. 50 (5))
Various improvement districts (Water Act, sec. 62 (6)) 	
Miscellaneous .	
Boards and Commissions:
Land Settlement Board 	
Liquor Control Board	
Other:
Langford Warehouse Operating Account
Queen's Printer Operating Account 	
Textbook Branch	
University Endowment Lands Administration Account
Miscellaneous  	
Note.—The balance-sheet carries the qualifications that the above
assets are carried at book value as the amount of ultimate realization
cannot be determined at this date.
Agreements of Sale, Mortgages Receivable, and Properties Held for Sale:
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan Lands Project
•General land sales	
Receivables
$64,750
877,681
Property
$1,806,740
$5,000
443,796
700,003
82,557
5,000
2,025,000
177,362
2,177,120
27,112
976,998
7,888,667
152,101
433,079
2,034,723
4,184,888
383,808
$21,697,214
Total
$1,871,490
877,681
•Not taken into revenue until received.
Record purposes only.
Advances to Special Project Funds:
Conservation Fund (Water Act, R.S.B.C. 1936)
Forest Development Fund (Forest Act, R.S.B.C. 1960)
Scaling Fund 	
Note.—The above advances are represented as follows:—
Accounts receivable  .	
Materials and supplies 	
Forest-development roads .
$942,431      $1,806,740
$521,652
133,966
12,115,755
$2,749,171
$313,135
12,249,721
208,517
$12,771,373
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 21
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1965—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co.:
Par value of 652,909 shares at $100 each
Fixed Assets:
$65,290,900
•Highways   	
Bridges    	
Wharves 	
Ferries and ferry-landings _
Buildings and furnishings ...
Songhees Reserve, Victoria
Gross       Depreciation Net
$566,605,423 — $566,605,423
184,358,860    $27,311,329    157,047,531
203,250
203,240
10
7,663,319
1,593,674
6,069,645
98,091,026
32,632,658
65,458,368
773,690
—
773,690
• Placed on the books March 31, 1926 by order of the Treasury
Board, based on mileage classification and average value determined
by the then Department of Public Works, plus additions to date.
$857,695,568    $61,740,901
$795,954,667
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
Superannuation Fund:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada
Investments—bonds and debentures at book value
Government of Canada .
Province of British Columbia .
Province of Ontario	
Province of Quebec 	
Manitoba Hydro-electric Power Commission (Province of Manitoba
guaranty)   	
Quebec Hydro-electric Commission (Province of Quebec guaranty) 	
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty)  	
British Columbia Ferry Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty)	
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)
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. Notes (Province of British Columbia
Guaranty) 	
Fixed deposits:   Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce	
Par Value
$38,000
1,573,000
21,000
170,000
2,000
110,000
29,518,500
15,485,000
4,123,000
29,000
10,556,351
5,813,600
21,398,500
1,185,000
850,000
$90,872,951
$264,480
89,546,904
Carried forward
$89,811,384
 E 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1965—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Brought forward         $89,811,384
Superannuation and Retirement Funds—Continued
Retirement Fund:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada      156,650
Investments—bonds and debentures at book value      16,200,148
Par Value
Province of British Columbia  „   $31,500
Province of Ontario   _    5,000
Province of Quebec    9,000
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty)     7,539,000
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. (Province of British Columbia guaranty)     97,000
British Columbia municipalities (Province of British Columbia guaranty)        1,198,000
British Columbia improvement districts (Province of British Columbia
guaranty)       __          1,457,500
British Columbia school districts (Province of British Columbia guaranty)       6,137,400
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. notes (Province of British Columbia
guaranty)         100,000
$16,574,400
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada    56,498
Investment!!—bonds and debentures at book value    675,195
Province of Ontario           $200,000
British Columbia improvement districts  (Province of British Columbia
guaranty)     175,700
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty)         327,000
$702,700
$106,899,875
Trust:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada         $2,845,894
Cash in banks in England (converted at $3.025)  21,017
Investments in direct or guaranteed obligations of the Government of Canada or the Provinces
(par value, $96,171,150)       93,330,234
Note.—The above section is grouped for convenience.   Each individual trust is kept as a separate entity for administration purposes.
$96,197,145
LIABILITIES
Bonded Debt:
Debentures (for details as to terms of issue, etc., see pages E 28-29):
Loan Act, 1943, 2% per cent, due April 15, 1966         $760,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924: Wi per cent, due January 23, 1969        6,286,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936:
2% per cent, due October 15, 1965-66  400,000
3 per cent, due November 15, 1973        2,000,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948:
3 per cent, due December 15, 1969        9,323,000
3 per cent, due June 15, 1968        7,319,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Highway Development Act:
3M per cent, due August 15, 1976      17,639,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Electric Power Act:
3% per cent, due February 15, 1977        22,500,000
Carried forward        $66,227,000
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 23
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1965—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Brought forward
Bonded Debt—Continued
Debentures—Continued
Electric Power Act, 1945:
2% per cent, due January 15, 1967 .
2% per cent, due June 15, 1968 	
Treasury Bills :
Government of Canada long-term serial:
Series RA-D18-30, interest free, 1965-77    	
Series RA-D48-60, interest 2% per cent, 1965-77 __ - _
Sinking Funds (Deducted from Debt) :
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
Investments—bonds, debentures, and notes (adjusted book value)
Government of Canada 	
Railway companies (Government of Canada guaranty) .
Province of British Columbia	
Province of Manitoba  	
Province of Quebec  .	
Province of Ontario 	
$66,227,000
1,334,000
2,849,500
$70,410,500
$3,614,949
8,503,453
Par Value
$716,000
211,500
8,761,000
26,018,402
179,000
48,000
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty)   	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company notes (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)   	
University of Toronto (Province of Ontario guaranty) 	
Montreal-Laurentian   Autoroute   Board   (Province   of   Quebec
guaranty)        _	
Reconciliation :
Sinking fund balance, April 1, 1964 _
Add—
Adjustment in respect to provision for future interest requirements .
Interest earnings  	
Less—
Redemptions
Interest paid on Provincial securities outstanding, 1964/65
$4,460,861
2,832,489
Notes.—(1) The above sinking fund includes "Sinking Fund for the Sinking
Fund Debentures due 1977," $22,500,000, pursuant to subsection 1 (_■) of section 45 of
the Revenue Act, chapter 341, R.S.B.C. 1960.
(2) The excess of sinking fund cash and investments at par value over requirements includes provision of $840,789 for future interest requirements.
12,118,402
$82,528,902
$23,422
82,505,480
27,023,000
162,000
5,043,500
3,400,000
330,000
6,818,000
5,030,000
$83,740,402
$86,989,763
95,012
2,737,477
$89,822,252
7,293,350
$82,528,902
82,528,902
Cheques Issued in Excess of Cash on Hand:
Cheques issued and outstanding at March 31, 1965 ..„
Less—
Cash on hand 	
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
Cash in banks in England (converted at $3.025).
$16,545,426
$542,917
9,648,106
71,325
10,262,348
$6,283,078
 E 24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1965—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Trust Deposits :
Boys' Industrial School Inmates' Trust Account  $175
Contractors' deposits  252,237
Cemetery Tax fund  73,340
Intestate estate deposits _   5,145,869
Medical Grant Stabilization Fund  1,000,000
Official Committee  1,646,206
Official Guardian deposits  149,902
Patients' Trust Accounts, Provincial Mental Hospitals  271,347
Provincial Home Trust Account  25,468
Provincial Infirmaries Trust Account    286,171
Companies in liquidation  119,892
Timber-sale deposits  4,944,315
$13,914,922
Accounts Payable:
General current accounts  $20,407,817
Suspense accounts—permit and licence applications   1,088,486
Suspense accounts—miscellaneous  876,589
Suspense accounts—British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Bond Deposit Accounts  410,266
Suspense accounts—right-of-way compensation  119,626
Municipal Vehicle Licence Account  365,113
Unclaimed cheques and miscellaneous balances  185,075
Retention on construction contracts pending final certificates of completion  1,228,056
Winter Works Suspense Account  334,604
$25,015,632
Special Project Funds—Unexpended Balances :
Beef Cattle Producers' Assistance Fund  $61,001
Dairy Producers' Protection Fund  14,263
Dog Tax Fund  9,359
Grazing Range Improvement Fund  7,830
Pound District Act  152
University Endowment Lands Administration Account  2,104,643
$2,197,248
Reserves for Losses on Realization of Assets:
Agreements of sale, mortgages receivable, and properties held for sale:
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan Lands Project      $1,871,490
Loans and advances:
Various dyking districts  — 430,043
Land Settlement Board   976,998
$3,278,531
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 25
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1965—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves:
Arising from Capitalization of Assets
1964
Mar. 31. By balance 	
1965
Mar. 31. By expenditure chargeable to asset and liability accounts, increase in:
Advances under Public Schools Act, sec. 197 (10)	
Advances under Public Libraries Act, sec. 50 (5)	
Sundry advances 	
By capital expenditure out of current appropriations now charged to asset
accounts:
Buildings and furnishings
Highways, bridges, and ferries	
Advances to Forest Development Fund
By increase in accounts receivable:
Logging tax	
Mining tax
Probate and succession duties and fees
Property taxes
Timber royalty and stumpage	
Farmers' land-clearing and domestic water assistance
Lands sales   — 	
Less decrease—■
Social services tax	
Student-aid loans 	
Teacher-training loans	
Sundry accounts receivable .
By adjustment in excess reserves:
Southern Okanagan Lands Project.
$81,453
51,434
262,650
278,872
1,548,050
59,792
152,745
$5,947
19,578
1,555
4,580
To refunds of recoverable expenditure credited to asset accounts:
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan Lands Project $12,442
Irrigation Assistance Loan Act  39,421
Advances under Canada-British  Columbia  Potato-warehouse
Assistance Act    _ 4,065
Advances to Conservation Fund   13,925
Sundry advances   2,000
To depreciation:
Bridges .
Ferries and ferry-landings 	
Provincial buildings and furnishings
$3,994,864
159,360
2,253,342
To write-offs authorized by Order in Council:
Conservation Fund, No. 914/65
Irrigation Assistance Loan Act, No. 93/65
Capital surplus
$59,648
513
$819,333,504
$175,000
16,423
26,758
$7,959,487
69,338,565
1,144,294
218,181
78,442,346
$2,434,996
31,660
2,403,336
12,442
$900,409,809
$71,853
6,407,566
60,161
6,539,580
$893,870,229
Arising from Revenue Sources
1964
Mar. 31. By balance	
Apr. 1. Less payment to British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority of
one-half purchase price of Oak Street Bridge and Deas Island Tunnel
pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1964, chap. 58, sec. 5 (2) 	
1965
Mar. 31. Add excess of revenue over expenditure for the fiscal year ended March 31,
1965	
Revenue surplus	
$29,261,109
17,749,250
$11,511,859
53,420,240
Total excess of assets over liabilities and reserves as a March 31, 1965
64,932,099
$958,802,328
 E 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1965—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Superannuation and Retirement Funds :
Civil Service Superannuation Fund     $89,811,384
Rerirement Fund       16,356,798
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account  731,693
$106,899,875
Trust:
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Sinking Funds   $35,499,184
British Columbia Ferry Authority Sinking Fund    -    38,570,766
British Columbia World Relief Fund  55,149
Bond Redemption Accounts  49,717
Burnaby, District of, Sinking Fund Accounts  123,805
Coupon Interest Account  35,416
Dyking District Renewal Accounts  37,528
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Sinking Fund Accounts  4,396,504
Improvement District Sinking Fund Accounts  418,501
Land Registry Assurance Fund  441,126
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Sinking Fund    11,118,745
Port Moody, City of, Sinking Fund Accounts  21,274
Suitors' funds deposits     3,463,281
Workmen's Compensation Board—Accident Fund bank account  1,966,149
$96,197,145
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
Municipalities and other local governments:
(1) Guarantees  authorized  pursuant  to  the  Public  Schools  Construction  Act,
1953, and Public Schools Act (repayable serially) $171,477,400
Less held by British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority   44,250,000
  $127,227,400
(2) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 5, Municipal Improvements Assistance Enabling
Act, 1938 (amortized in annual instalments)  32,769
(3) Guarantees  authorized  pursuant  to  sec.   3,  Municipalities Assistance  Act
(principally serials)  $65,563,150
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued interest) 129,022
65,434,128
(4) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 3, Village Municipalities Assistance Act (repayable
serially)        5,130,200
(5) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 12, Improvement Districts Assistance
Loan Act: Debentures (principally serials) . _._ $14,429,200
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued interest)  449,441
13,979,759
(6) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 5, Distress Areas Assistance Act  1,642
(7) Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District debentures (1965-87) $31,066,500
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued interest)        4,359,193
26,707,307
Sub-total, municipalities and local governments $238,513,205
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65 E 27
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE-SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1965—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Contingent Liabilities—Continued
Crown agencies:
Guarantees
Net Outstanding
(8) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec.  19, British Columbia Hydro and
Power Authority Act—Bonds and debentures  $975,100,986
Less sinking funds (investments at book value plus accrued interest) _     35,963,758
$939,137,228
(9) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 17, Pacific Great Eastern Loan Act,
1954:
Debentures $138,345,300
Notes        6,650,000
$144,995,300
Less sinking funds (investments at pair value plus accrued interest)      11,726,566
133,268,734
(10) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 28, British Columbia Ferry Authority
Act:
Debentures
Notes	
$68,950,000
500,000
$69,450,000
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued interest) —     40,101,600
29.348,400
(11) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 9, British Columbia School Districts
Capital Financing Authority Act—Debentures	
44,250,000
Sub-total, Crown agencies
$1,146,004,362
University education:
(12) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 47, British Columbia University Act, re Student
.Aid Loan Fund	
$732,077
Grand total, all contingent liabilities
$1,385,249,644
 E 28
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF
f Statement of Debentures and Treasury Bills
Maturity
Date of Issue
Rate
Nature
Series
Amount
Outstanding
Interest
Payable
Oct. 15, 1965-66
Apr. 15, 1966
Jan. 15, 1967
June 15, 1968
June 15, 1968
June 15, 1968
Jan. 23, 1969
Dec. 15, 1969
Dec. 15, 1969
Nov. 15, 1973
Aug. 15, 1976
Feb. 15, 1977
July     1, 1965-77
July     1, 1965-77
Oct. 15, 1946
Apr. 15, 1946
Jan. 15, 1947
June 15, 1947
June 15, 1947
June 15, 1950
Jan. 23, 1929
Dec. 15, 1949
Dec. 15, 1949
Nov. 15, 1948
Aug. 15, 1951
Feb. 15, 1952
July    1, 1947
July    1, 1947
2%
2%
2?4
2%
2%
3
4»/2
3
3
3
m
3%
Debentures (1)
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
Debentures
HT
HP
HV
HZ
JB
JV
FO
JS
JT
JN
KD
KF
$400,000
760,000
1,334,000
2,357,500
492,000
7,319,000
6,286,000
8,105,000
1,218,000
2,000,000
17,639,000
22,500,000
Total DebentureSrt.
$70,410,500
Treasury Bills
Treasury Bills
RA-D-18-30
RA-D-48-60
$3,614,949
8,503,453
Total Treasury Bills to Government of Canada .
$12,118,402
Grand total.
Less sinking funds (2)~
Net Debt	
$82,528,902
82,528,902
Nil
15A&0
15A&0
15 J&J
15J&D
15J&D
15J&D
23 J&J
15J&D
15 J&D
15M&N
15F&A
15F&A
(1) $200,000 maturing annually.
(2) Par value, $83,763,824.
G.—In gold. L.M.—In lawful money. C.B.C.—At the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. V.—Victoria.
Vr.—Vancouver. E.—Edmonton. C.—Calgary. R.—Regina. W.—Winnipeg. T.—Toronto. O.—Ottawa.
M.—Montreal. Q.—Quebec. StJ.—Saint John. H.—Halifax. SU's.—St. John's, Newfoundland. N.Y.—New
York, U.S.A.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 29
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Outstanding and Unpaid as at March 31, 1965
Place and Manner of Payment
Term,
Years
Denomination
Authority
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.
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., G, R., W., T.,
18
• 500, 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 1253.
M., Q., StJ., H., or StJ'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 Development Act—O.C. 1937.
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr., W., T., M., or
10-25
§* 1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Electric
N.Y.
Power Act—O.C. 332.
L.M.—C.B.C.—O.
L.M.—C.B.C.—O.
• Debentures may be obtained in fully registered form.
t Exclusive of matured securities, not presented for redemption, covered by earmarked deposits.
t Callable in whole or in part by lot.
§ Callable as a whole at the following prices plus accrued interest: 102 per cent if redeemed on or before
February 14, 1966; 10114 per cent if redeemed thereafter and on or before February 14, 1970; 100% per cent if
redeemed thereafter and on or before February 14, 1974; 100 per cent if redeemed after February 14, 1974. This
series is also redeemable in part, at par, for sinking fund purposes only, by lot, on August 15th, annually.
G. S. BRYSON,
Deputy Minister of Finance.
 E 30
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1965
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$275,000
4,625,000
165,000
85,000
260,000
600,000
225,000
750,000
600,000
$7,585,000
$1,600,000
101,000,000
44,000,000
2,000,000
2,200,000
$150,800,000
$35,600,000
46,000,000
9,400,000
$91,000,000
$23,500,000
2,000,000
130,000
1,000,000
7,000,000
125,000
450,000
2,600,000
32,160,000
240,000
21,950,000
65,000
250,000
2,600,000
85,000
2,800,000
Property Taxes
Land Taxes, General:
Farm land 	
Improved land	
Wild lands 	
Coal land "A" and '
Land Taxes, Forest:
Forest land  -
Timber land	
Tree-farm land	
B"_.
$290,821
4,882,277
191,516
73,722
E. & N. Railway Belt Land Tax Act..
Forest protection tax	
$378,785
767,009
271,716
924,144
519,825
Total, Property Taxes..
Social Services, Fuel Taxes, etc.
Pari mutuel betting tax_
Social services tax (net)..
Gasoline tax	
Motive-fuel use tax_
Fuel-oil tax	
Total, Social Services, Fuel Taxes, etc..
Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and
Succession Duties
Income taxes (corporation)-
Income taxes (personal)	
Succession duties	
Total, Personal and Corporation Income
Taxes and Succession Duties ;—
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources
Taxes or Royalties
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits:
Motor-vehicle Act 	
Department of Commercial Transport Act-
Motor Carrier Act	
$13,601,563
10,668,099
370,015
Natural Resources:
Game Act—Fees and licences	
Lands and Forests:
Grazing permits and fees	
Land leases, rentals, and fees_
Logging tax__
Timber leases	
Timber licences....
Timber royalties..
Timber sales	
$164,972
1,483,039
9,212,732
83,600
353,401
2,578,661
39,829,883
Minerals:
Iron-ore royalties.
Coal, petroleum, and natural-gas leases and fees
Free miners' certificates . 	
Mining receipts, general	
Mining tax..
Unworked Crown-granted mineral claims-
Water Resources:
Water rentals and recording fees ____—.
$251,665
29,511,960
100,238
545,849
3,627,321
83,167
$5,438,336
2,861,479
$1,839,296
125,191,148
48,118,660
2,746,338
2,273,519
$40,028,045
45,723,349
8,112,325
$24,639,677
1,870,106
53,706,288
34,120,200
2,182,320
$8,299,815
180,168,961
93,863,719
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 31
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1965—
Continued
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$50,000
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources
Taxes or Royalties—Continued
Other:
$99,224
132,207
768,908
515,381
278,691
18,093
118,069
140,599
3,558,370
736,602
52,171
48,937
68,201
264,177
28,434
98,444
56,285
138,363
$7,121,156
120,000
650,000
360 000
280,000
22,000
100,000
175,000
3,400,000
750,000
50,000
50,000
36,585
275,000
Municipal licences, regulated areas, etc	
35,000
75,000
60,000
150,000
Total, Privileges, Licences, and Natural Re-
$103,593,585
$123,639,747
Land Sales and Service Fees
Sales:
$961,087
108,070
$1,069,157
4,237,190
$825,000
100,000
Services:
Administration Act—Fees   ....
60,000
400,000
$43,243
406,379
3,438,380
223,548
125,640
2,700,000
130,000
115,000
$4,330,000
5,306,347
Fines and Penalties
$775,000
1,111,147
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange
$1,587,000
1,278,662
Contributions from Other Governments
(Canada)
Annual interest
$29,151
240,000
1,303,266
100,000
284,215
$29,150
240,000
1,303,265
100,000
200,000
Total, Contributions from Other Govern-
$1,872,415
1,956,632
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES
Net profit,  Government Liquor Board   (including
$33,000,000
35,455,063
Miscellaneous
$1,500,000
1,913,023
$396,043,000
$452,993,116
 E 32                                         PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
and Over
1 Expenditure
pended, Unexpended,
ed March 31, 1965
Appropriation anc
Summary Showing Amounts Appropriated, Ex
for the Fiscal Year End
EXPENDED
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT
1   Legislation :
Main Estimates   $464,376
Statutory               _    ...           94,567
$558,943
$558,943
Premier's Office
2   Premier's Office:
$69,521
$63,848
$5,673
Department of Agriculture
3   Minister's Office:
I
$29,112
109,854
73,372
176,584
28,452
30,160
24,372
554,574
87,828
69,140
61,828
11,960
15,000
85,086
268,082
66,976
$30,180
102,072
58,188
177,909
27,629
28,741
24,132
502,664
88,813'
$1,068
4   General Administration:
$7,782
15,184
823
1,419
240
51,910
5   Markets and Statistics Branch:
6   Horticultural Branch:
1,325
7   Plant Pathology Branch:
8   Entomology Branch:
9    Apiary Branch:
10   Live Stock Branch:
11    Dairy Branch:
985
12   Poultry Branch:
61,134
61,295
10,830
14,990
79,965
257,256
61,260
8,006
533
1,130
10
5,121
10,826
5,716
6,772
13 Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch:
Main Estimates -             — -	
14 Farmers' Institutes:
15 Women's Institutes:
Main Estimates -	
16 Soil Survey Branch:
17   Agricultural Development and Extension Branch:
.
18   Agricultural Engineering Branch:
19   4-H Clubs:
Dl,(>16|             44,844
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 33
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Agriculture—Continued
20   Dyking Commission:
Main Estimates	
21   Milk Board:
Main Estimates..
22   Temporary Assistance:
Main Estimates	
23   Motor-vehicles and Accessories:
Main Estimates  _
24   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates	
25   Rebates on Stumping-powder:
Main Estimates	
26   Subsidies on Agricultural Lime:
Main Estimates	
27   Federal-Provincial Farm Labour Service:
Main Estimates	
28   Farms:
Main Estimates..
29   Farmers' Land-clearing and Domestic Water Assistance:
Main Estimates	
30   Pound District Act:
Main Estimates	
31   Grasshopper-control Act:
Main Estimates	
32   Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act:
Main Estimates	
33   Pest Control:
Main Estimates-
34   Fraser River Bank Protection :
Main Estimates	
35   Aid in Construction of Storage Facilities, Farm
Commodities :
Main Estimates .  _
36   Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development
Act:
Main Estimates 	
Statutory:
Horned Cattle Purchases Act	
Distress Area Assistance Act	
Special Warrants :
Nos. 1 and 16.    Freight assistance programme on
grain produced and shipped by rail from Creston-
Wynndel area
No. 3.    Compensation, Milky Way Dairy Limited ...
No. 7.    Operation of pesticide residue testing laboratory
No. 8. Grants to various agricultural exhibitions
and fair associations to assist in the erection of
buildings— 	
$16,946
78,152|
I
I
95,000
I
25,000|
I
70,000
10,000
55,000
11,000
20
669,000
750;
32,000
1,200
62,000 59,537
82,000
16,000
500,000
17,871
2,699
$15,024
68,826
95,312
24,017
69,962
5,392
45,128
7,657
473,894
631
3,474
47
74,925
240,292
17,871
2,699
22,5001 17,209
3,500 3,5O0|
25,000' 19,128
I
I
25,5O0| 25,500
-I-
$1,922
9,326
983
38
4,608
9,872
3,343
20
195,106
119
28,526
1,153
2,463
7,075
11,000|     5,000
259,708
5,291
5,872
$312
$3,565,1341 $2,912,9271  $655,897    $3,690
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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General
Administration
37   Attorney-General's Office:
$30,628
$33,490
$2,862
5,539
1,267
38    General Administration:
203,050
208,589
39   Incidentals and Contingencies:
6,500
7,767
Justice and Courts
40   Supreme and County Courts:
377,658
390,131
12,473
41   Administration of Justice:
524,500
616,336
91,836
42   Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs :
125,000
111,290
$13,710
43   Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries:
60,000
81,600
21,600
44   Sheriffs' Offices:
153,771
143,186
10,585
45   Official Court Reporters:
Main Estimates             „	
227,562
245,862
18,300
46   Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation:
1,750
10,000
776
9,625
974
375
47   Magistrates' Conference:
Main Estimates _ _	
48    Court of Appeal Act:
9,500
15,533
15,000
244,803
8,958
15,533
14,684
244,803
542
49   Supreme Court Act:
Main Estimates             ...   $15,500
Statutory            _                       33
50   County Courts Act:
316
51   Magistrates Act:
Main Estimates                  „               $155,000
Statutory           _          ~                  89,803
Registrations
52   Land Registry Offices:
805,725
834,433
28,708
53   Companies Office:
104,536
105,275
739
54   Motor-vehicle Branch:
1,328,546
1,417,857
89,311
Trustees
55   Public Trustee:
113,398
114,706
1,308
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 35
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
Regulation and Inspection
56   Insurance and Real Estate Office :
$69,358
45,888
98
140,954
22,836
39,092
2,476,149
101,000
5,000
$73,871
47,131
27,473
145,065
23,910
39,711
2,443,732
76,578
$4,513
57   Securities Commission:
1,243
58    Credit Unions Office:
27,375
59   Fire Marshal's Office:
	
4,111
60   Censor of Moving Pictures:
1,074
61   Racing Commission:
619
Police Services
62   Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police:
$32,417
24,422
5,000
1,680
63   Sundry Incidental Police Expenses:
64   Grant re Police Academy:
Corrections
65   Corrections Office:
153,187
2,732,976
309,246
489,176
394,327
311,113
2.055,412
396,945
66,198
99,056
562,924
3,736
121
3,374
151,507
2,917,449
66    Oakalla Prison Farm:
184,473
67   Women's Gaol:
294,803
482,139
302,457
319,712
2,000,644
507,908
14,443
7,037
91,870
54,768
68   Chilliwack Forest Camps:
69   Prince George Gaol and Forest Camp :
70   Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camps :
7,599
71   Haney Correctional Institution (Including Forest
Camps and New Haven) :
72   Vancouver Island Unit and Camps :
110,963
73   Narcotic Drug Treatment:
62,822
|         101,951
|         509,416
1             3,736
121
|             3,37.
3,376
74   Alcoholic Treatment Centre—Pilot Plan:
2,895
75   Probation Office:
52,508
Statutory:
Special Warrants :
No. 14.    Damages awarded to Peter Van Huizen for
injuries received while an inmate of Oakalla	
|
$14,835,626
| $15,140,411
|       $314,02:
|       $618,808
 E 36
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1964/65
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Commercial Transport
76   Minister's Office:
$2,850
77,222
65,784
446,270
$65
72,730
64,092
437,832
$2,785
4,492
77   General Administration:
78    Engineering Branch:
1,692
8,438
79   Weigh-scale Branch :
$592,126
$574,719
$17,407
Department of Education
80   Minister's Office :
$24,614
91,574
82,290
60,590
118,398
190,559
77,614
10
836,522
428,536
157,322
67,314
3,218,374
165,000
72,200,000
4,110,878
89,500
25,000
$23,529
102,237
88,385
24,659
140,733
168,624
72,429
353,240
822,743
428,356
161,115
62,184
3,175,201
161,587
72,199,213
4,110,878
110,371
24,993
$1,085
81    General Administration :
$10,663
6,095
82   Curriculum Branch :
35,931
83   Tests, Standards, and Research Branch:
84   Adult Education Branch:
22,335
85   Secondary Correspondence School :
21,935
5,185
86   Elementary Correspondence School :
87   Textbook Branch:
353,230
88    Inspection of Schools and School Services :
13,779
180
5,130
43,173
3,413
787
89   Jericho Hill School :
90   Teacher Registration and Examinations:
3,793
91    Finance Branch:
92   Federal-Provincial Training Programmes :
93   Community Programmes Grants :
94   Grants to School Districts:
95   Teachers' Superannuation Fund :
Main Estimates ..    $4,100,000
Statutory ._               10,878
96   Night-school Grants:
20,871
97   Education  of  Soldiers'  Dependent  Children and
Expenses :
7
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1964/65
E 37
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Education—Continued
98   Free Textbooks, Maps, etc. :
$800,000
112,906
22,380,000
28,750
45,390
660,000
10
$764,456
112,906
22,380,000
25,840
49,391
640,238
"51,831
$35,544
99   Grant re Fire Protection and Services, Grant re
University of British Columbia:
100   Grants to Universities :
2,910
101   Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies:
102   Temporary Assistance :
$4,001
103   Student-aid and Teacher-training Scholarships and
Bursaries:
Main Estimates                               ~    $570,000
	
19,762
51,841
Special Warrant No. 12       90,000
104   Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes :
$105,971,151
$106,151,477
$240,662
$420,988
Department of Finance
105    Minister's Office :
Main Estimates 	
10,510
147,562
327,348
239,374
756,786
299,357
163,664
164,936
302,988
10
1,707,453
747,520
10,000
25,000
7,330
146,622
318,770
241,376
732,157
294,438
153,325
114,076
296,760
*14,737
1,682,164
45,813
14,875
25,173
3,180
940
106   General Administration :
107   Controlling and Audit Branch:
8,578
108   Mechanical Tabulation Branch :
2,002
109   Consumer Taxation Branch:
24,629
110   Real Property Taxation Branch :
4,919
10,339
50,860
6,228
14,747
25,289
111    Income Taxation Branch:
112   Assessment Equalization Act:
113    Purchasing Commission :
114   Langford Warehouse:
115   Government Agents, etc. :
Main Estimates   ~  	
116   Housing Commissioner :
701,707
117   Courts of Revision :
4,875
173
118   Assessment Appeal Board:
* Credit.
 E 38
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
119
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Finance—Continued
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Bonds,
Revenue Receipts, etc. :
Main Estimates	
120   Temporary Assistance:
Main Estimates	
121    Incidentals and Contingencies:
Main Estimates 	
122
123
Civil Service Superannuation Act—Interest:
Main Estimates    $10
Statutory   228,698
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Act—Interest:
Main Estimates	
124   Municipal Superannuation Act:
Main Estimates	
125
Dyking Assessment Adjustments Act, 1905:
Main Estimates  	
126   Grants in Aid of Local Government and Homeowners' Subsidies:
Main Estimates  $38,600,000
Statutory        1,551,229
127
Supreme Court Act (Sec. 33) :
Main Estimates — 	
Statutory 	
$30,000
19,139
128 Salary Contingencies and Adjustments (All De
partments) :
Main Estimates	
129 Expense Contingencies (All Departments) :
Main Estimates 	
130   Motor-vehicles and Accessories (All Departments) :
Main Estimates  — 	
131   British   Columbia   Ferry   Authority   Act—Statutory Subsidy:
Main  Estimates       $950,000
Statutory    18,221
132   Power Subsidy:
Main Estimates-
133   Nancy Sloan Act:
Main Estimates	
Statutory:
Interest on Official Guardian deposits..
Water Act  	
Municipal Act (sec. 437)	
Unclaimed Moneys Deposits Act...
Cemetery Companies Act	
Special Warrants :
No. 2. Contribution by Government of British Columbia toward cost of Fathers of Confederation
Memorial Building Project for the fiscal year
ended March 31, 1965    	
Nos. 4 and 5. Alberni and West Coast Disaster
Fund to provide assistance to victims of tidal wave
* Credit.
I
$35,000| $76,201
I
I
135,000|   138,303
38,500
27,248
228,708
228,708
10
*4,884
70,000
70,000
400
285
40,151,229
49,139
2,600,000
75,000
100,000
968,221
150,000
3,556|
3,120
2,800
14,233
2,764
32,350
800,000
40,151,229
49,139
2,591,472
35,500
17,286
968,221
150,000
3,555
3,120
"161,360
2,800
14,233
2,764
32,350
800,000
$41,201
3,303
$11,252
4,894
115
8,528
39,500
82,714
161,360
$50,362,538| $49,254,312| $1,159,780
$51,554
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 39
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Health Services and
Hospital Insurance
134   Minister's Office:
$43,222
188,168
576,713
340,000
295,700
416,208
10
10
10
10
1,701,766
420,518
361,296
70,196
92,580
391,462
934,254
10
60,486
$42,534
187,591
578,936
339,737
214,697
355,283
$688
577
135   Accounting Division :
Public Health Services
136   General Services:
$2,223
137   Grants re Local Health Services:
263
138   Rehabilitation Services, Including Grants for Related Health Agencies:
81,003
139   Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.) :
60,925
10
10
10
10
6,933
41,250
6,804
8,075
6,300
47,605
41,513
10
80,050
140   Professional Training (Federal Programme) :
141   Child and Maternal Health (Federal Programme) :
142   Public Health Research (Federal Programme) :
	
143   General Public Health (Federal Programme) :
144   Local Health Services:
1,694,833
379,268
354,492
62,121
86,280
343,857
892,741
"19,564
145   Division of Laboratories :
146   Division of Vital Statistics :
147   Division of Venereal Disease Control:
148   Divisional Headquarters, Division of Tuberculosis
Control:
149   Out-patient Care:
150   In-patient Care:
151   Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme) :
Main Estimates	
152   Poliomyelitis Pavilion :
Sub-total, Public Health Services.	
$5,892,619
$5,512,806
$382,036
$2,223
* Credit.
 E 40
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Health Services and Hospital
Insurance—Continued
Mental Health Services
153   General Administration :
$246,964
$237,733
$9,231
154   Division of Nursing Education:
969,348
986,541
794,725
702,731
174,623
155   Community Services:
283,810
156   In-patient Care:
15,830,469
15,398,614
431,855
157   Mental Health Care (Federal Programme) :
10
10
$18,033,332
$17,133,803
$899,529
Hospital Insurance Services
158   Hospital Insurance Service:
$39,380,260
$36,859,925
$2,520,335
159   Provincial Infirmaries:
617,275
553,760
63,515
160   Long-term Pediatric Care:
145,000
144,999
1
$40,142,535
$37,558,684
$2,583,851
$64,068,486
$60,205,293
$3,865,416
$2,223
Department of Highways
161    Minister's Office:
$36,344
$36,835
$491
162    General Administration:
2,146,668
2,024,117
$122,551
163    Roads,   Bridges,   Ferries,   Wharves,   and   Tunnels
(Maintenance and Operation, Repairs,  Snow
and Ice Removal) :
19,200,000
20,888,553
1,688,553
164   Trans-Canada Highway—Capital Construction:
Main Estimates      $4,000,000
Special Warrant No. 15                   1,000,000
5,000,000
4,838,233
161,767
165   Roads, Bridges, and Ferries—Capital Construction:
43,000,000
650,000
46,751,082
3,751,082
166   Highways within Municipal Limits :
596,276
53,724
167   Vehicle Damage Claims:
35,000
490,312
63,522
28,522
168   Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, etc. :
478,404
11,908
169   Grants and Subsidies:
16,500
13,223
3,277
170   Purchase of New Equipment:
2,250,000
2,943,429
693,429
$72,824,824
$78,633,674
$353,227
$6,162,077
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 41
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
171
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Industrial Development, Trade,
and Commerce
Minister's Office:
Main Estimates                                                  $3,645
$18,645
54,206
56,414
173,377
250,984
47,842
38,493
4,000
75,000
40,000
10,000
260,000
$28,065
51,977
57,595
163,567
287,267
40,751
38,714
1,009
56,687
15,679
7,817
260,000
Statutory   15,000
$9,420
172
General Administration:
$2,229
173
Agent-General's   Office   and   British   Columbia
House, London, England:
1,181
174
Bureau of Economics and Statistics:
9,810
175
Mechanical Tabulation Division:
36,283
176
Industrial and Trade Office:
7,091
177
British Columbia House, San Francisco:
221
178
Temporary Assistance:
2,991
18,313
24,321
2,183
179
Advertising and Publicity:
180
Trade Promotion :
181
Provincial Exhibits, British Columbia Building:
182
Grant to British Columbia Research Council:
Department of Labour
Minister's Office:
$1,028,961
$1,009,128
$66,938
$47,105
183
$8,505
303,482
50,075
674,167
173,072
8,000
500
3,161
3,000
$6,747
305,297
47,206
736,730
165,501
8,248
170
3,161
3,000
$1,758
2,869
184
General Administration:
$1,815
185
Factories Branch:
186
Apprenticeship Branch:            i
62,563
187
Labour Relations Branch:
7,571
188
Motor-vehicles and Accessories:
248
189
Temporary Assistance:
330
Special Warrants :
No. 9.   Provincial share of cost of committee to
examine price and wage disputes in the British Columbia fishing industry
;
No. 10.   Contribution to Labour College of Canada-
$1,223,962
$1,276,060
$12,528
$64,<26
 E 42
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of                                      SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources
190   Minister's Office:
$25,372
95,356
1,500
63,454
5,550
1,000
193,170
100,000
218,826
30,028
3,000
434,244
168,518
371,337
273,870
10
11,900
$25,739
92,911
1,500
61,421
5,231
1,721
179,937
57,973
216,848
29,887
201
416,057
156,895
361,528
263,696
11,900
$2,445
$367
191
Lands Service
General Administration:
192
Grant to British Columbia Natural Resources
Conference:
193
Accounting Division :
2,033
319
194
Land Settlement Board:
195
Investigation of Doukobor Lands:
721
196
Land Administration:
13,233
42,027
1,978
141
2,799
18,187
11,623
9,809
10,174
10
197
Pre-servicing Crown Lands Proposed for Sale and
Lease:
198
Land Inspection Division:
199
Administration, Surveys and Mapping Branch:
200
Special Commitments:
201
Legal Surveys Division:
Main Rstimafes
Geographic Division:
202
203
Topographic Division:
204
Air Division:
205
University Endowment Lands Administration Act:
Special Warrant:
No. 6.    Government of British Columbia share of
cost of Canadian Council of Resources Ministers
for 1964/65
$1,997,135
$1,883,445
$114,778
$1,088
Forest Service
Salaries:
206
$3,511,294
1,045,100
633,598
1
$3,469,259
1,051,294
632,535
$42,035
207
Expenses :
$6,194
208
Reforestation and Forest Nursery:
1,063
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 43
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
Resources—Continued
Forest Service—Continued
209   Forest Management:
Main Estimates 	
210   Forest Research:
Main Estimates-.
211   Public Information and Education:
Main Estimates	
212   Forest Service Training-school:
Main Estimates   _
213   Grant to Canadian Forestry Association :
Main Estimates  	
214   Office Furniture and Equipment:
Main Estimates	
215   Engineering Services :
Main Estimates	
216   Forest-development Roads :
Main Estimates	
217   Forest Protection :
Main Estimates	
218   Fire Suppression :
Main Estimates ...
219   Forest Surveys :
Main Estimates-
220   Scaling Fund :
Main Estimates-
221   Silviculture:
Main Estimates-
222   Grazing Range Improvement Fund:
Main Estimates	
Statutory 	
223    Peace River Community Pastures:
Main Estimates	
224   Peace River Power Timber Salvage :
Main Estimates	
Sub-total, Forest Service..
Water Resources Service
225   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
226   Water Investigations Branch:
Main Estimates	
$75,000
4,311
227   Water Investigations and Hydraulic Surveys and
Projects:
Main Estimates-   	
228   Okanagan Flood Control:
Main Estimates	
229   Southern Okanagan Lands Project:
Main Estimates  	
$697,902
227,696
114,048
108,535
17,500
30,000
459,688
1,500,000
3,091,200
1,400,000
794,157
10
1,614,300
79,311
10,000
10
$702,201
214,968
114,304
108,449
17,500
27,948
431,972
1,144,294
3,188,568
129,242
789,041
1,557,680
79,311
7,785
$12,728
$4,299
256
86
2,052
27,716
355,706
1,270,758
5,116
10
56,620
2,215
10
$15,334,349   $13,666,351
97,368
$1,776,115   $108,117
$459,388   $444,944
I
312,080   282,992
268,400
70,000
78,845
250,832
36,686
53,701
$14,444
29,088
17,568
33,314
25,144
 E 44                                         PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
Resources—Continued
Water Resources Service—Continued
230   Assistance to Improvement Districts:
$25,000
30,000
$25,000
29,978
231   B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging:
$22
$1,243,713
$1,124,133
$119,580
Total, Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
$18,575,197
$16,673,929
$2,010,473
$109,205
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources
232   Minister's Office:
$25,164
208,806
205,752
52,326
199,444
258,826
22,000
250,000
1,425,000
40,000
2,500
7,500
35,000
150,000
8,358
$23,255
189,257
206,890
52,481
202,377
206,678
21,302
240,722
"4,153
31,725
1,245
4,379
34,882
145,618
6,824
$1,909
19,549
-
52,148
698
9,278
1,429,153
8,275
1,255
	
233   General Administration—Titles and Accounts:
234   Mineralogical Branch :
$1,138
155
2,933
235   Analytical and Assay Branch:
236   Inspection Branch:
237   Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch:
238   Grants and Subsidies:
239    Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails:
240   Construction of Mining-roads:
241    Grub-staking Prospectors :
242   Interprovincial Committee on Mining:
243   Incidentals and Contingencies:
3,121
244   Special Mineral Surveys:
118
4,382
1,534
245   Iron Bounty Act:
246   Temporary Assistance:
$2,890,676
$1,363,482
$1,531,420
$4,226
• Credit.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 45
No.
of
Vots
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
247
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Municipal Affairs
Minister's Office:
$19,375
90,606
145,442
40,000
8,396
1,813,308
21,274
1,413
742
73,597
460
$26,727
89,238
133,127
31,790
8,396
1,813,308
21,274
1,413
742
73,597
460
Statutory                 _                     _  15,000
$7,352
248
Municipal Branch:
$1,368
12,315
8,210
249
Regional Planning Division:
250
Grants and Subsidies:
251
Pollution-control Board:
Main Estimates   -        $2,000
Statutory        6,396
252
Municipal Winter Works Incentive Programme:
Main Estimates        $1,750,000
Special Warrant No. 17                          63,308
Statutory:
Local Services Act  -    , _. 	
Municipal Art, IPC, 10
Municipal A ct, sec.21  —	
	
Municipalities Enabling and Validating Act, sec. 77.-.
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary
Minister's Office:
Main Estimates   _	
General Administration :
$2,214,613
$2,200,072
$21,893
$7,352
253
254
$36,758
55,653
84,112
510,770
119,680
64,822
205,354
240,000
10
47,680
10,720
$36,459
55,515
79,718
547,637
$299
138
4,394
255
Central Microfilm Bureau:
256
Postal Branch:
$36,867
257
Provincial Library:
115,210
58,366
204,242
239,204
"47,101
44,389
12,475
4,470
6,456
1,112
796
258
Provincial Archives:
259
Public Library Commission:
Main Estimates „    ._	
260
Library and Library Association Grants:
Main F.stimates
261
Queen's Printer:
Main Estimates   „.,,,„! 	
47,111
3,291
262
Government House:
263
Indian Advisory Act:
1,755
! Credit.
 E 46
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Provincial Secretary—
Continued
Provincial Secretary—Continued
264   Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), Workmen's
Compensation Act:
Main Estimates	
265   Incidentals and Contingencies:
Main Estimates —	
266   Grants, etc.:
Main estimates .
Special Warrants Nos. 13, 18, and 19 .
267   Grant re Narcotic Foundation :
Main Estimates	
$500,000
276,000
268   Grant re Alcoholic Treatment:
Main Estimates	
269   Capital Improvement District Act:
Main Estimates	
270   Restoration and Maintenance of Historical Sites :
Main Estimates	
271   Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for
Elderly Citizens:
Main Estimates	
272   Grants in Aid of Construction of Recreational
Centres for Elderly Citizens:
Main Estimates	
273   Civil Defence:
Main Estimates..
274   Provincial Elections Act:
Main Estimates	
Statutory 	
275   Public Inquiries Act:
Main Estimates	
Statutory ._ 	
$97,836
31,988
$10
190,316
276   ArcH-eological   and   Historical   Sites   Protection
Act:
Main Estimates  	
Statutory:
George Ernest Pascoe Jones Retirement Act..
Medical Grant Act	
Sub-total, Provincial Secretary-
Civil Service Commission
277   Administration:
Main Estimates..
278   Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities:
Main Estimates	
Statutory _   	
$11,000
32,635
$435,000
55,000
776,000
125,000
145,000
200,000
225,000
750,000
100,000
250,000
190,326
1,000
15,675
1,000,000
$5,780,384|
$428,592
59,621
775,578
125,000
145,000
145,000
205,088
585,743
33,132
241,365
129,8241    129,824
190,326
7,986
15,675
1,000,000
$6,408
$4,621
422
55,000
19,912
164,257
66,868
8,635
14
$5,434,044
$389,583
$236,530
$234,624
$1,906
43,635[    43,635
$43,243
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 47
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of the Provincial Secretary—
Continued
Civil Service Commission—Continued
279   Retiring Allowances—Civil Service Act and Other
Government Employees :
Main Estimates     _  $50,000
$57,862
17,000
$57,862
11,631
Statutory      _            7,862
280   Civil Service Schedule Bond:
$5,369
$355,027
$347,752
$7,275
Superannuation Branch
281   Administration:
$200
32,000
3,860,000
49,042
840,448
85,636
27,200
3,497
$149
29,023
3,606,227
49,042
840,448
84,268
24,074
3,497
$51
2,977
253,773
282   Grants—Retiring Allowances:
283   Civil Service Superannuation Act—Government
Contributions :
284   Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act—Government Contributions:
Main Estimates                _      $35,000
Statutory    __       14,042
285   Public Services Medical Plan Act:
Main Estimates   _ _  $802,340
Statutory               38,108
286   Public Services Group Insurance Act:
1,368
3,126
287   Death Benefits:
Statutory:
$4,898,023
$4,636,728
$261,295
$11,033,434
$10,418,524
$658,153
$43,243
Public Utilities Commission
288   Public Utilities Act, Cemeteries Act, and Prearranged Funeral Services Act:
Main Estimates _	
$157,815
218,078
$132,642
208,592
$25,173
9,486
289   Motor Carrier Act:
Main Estimates 	
...
$375,893
$341,234
$34,659
 E 48
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Public Works
290   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates	
291    General Administration :
Main Estimates _ _ _.
292   Government Buildings (Maintenance) :
Main Estimates  	
293   Construction of Provincial Buildings:
Main Estimates .	
294   Rentals:
Main Estimates _
295   Safety Inspection Division:
Main Estimates  	
Department of Recreation and Conservation
296   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates _.
Statutory  	
$9,900
15,000
297   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
298   Provincial Museum:
Main Estimates	
299   Commercial Fisheries Branch:
Main Estimates	
Fish and Game Branch
300   Administrative Division :
Main Estimates	
301   Fisheries Management Division:
Main Estimates	
302   Game Management Division:
Main Estimates	
303   Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds :
Main Estimates  ,	
304   Tourist Traffic (British Columbia Government
Travel Bureau), Travel Division:
Main Estimates.    j	
305   California Office:
Main Estimates.—
306   Photographic Branch:
Main Estimates	
307   Parks Branch:
Main Estimates..
308   Youth Training Programme:
Main Estimates	
$25,889
204,832
4,930,109
7,000,000
701,832
729,164
$23,492
198,595
5,306,362
7,959,487
720,937
724,078
$2,397
6,237
$376,253
959,487
19,105
-
5,086
$13,591,826| $14,932,951] $13,720]    $1,354,845
$24,900
87,824
93,647
24,166
688,522
297,992
240,610
120,911
747,796
37,199
58,588
1,777,690
"-
$24,831
83,132
91,777
20,102
686,968
290,425
240,373
116,438
858,679
37,697
55,329
1,759,328
$69
4,692
1,870
4,064
1,554
7,567
237
4,473
I
90,000 88,036
$4,289,845|    $4,353,115
3,259
18;362
1,964
$48,111
$110,883
498
$111,381
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
E 49
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Social Welfare
309   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates—
310   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
311   Social Assistance and Rehabilitation Division:
Main Estimates  	
312   Field Service:
Main Estimates..
313   Medical Services Division:
Main Estimates 	
314   Social Assistance:
Main Estimates	
315   Residence and Responsibility Act—Administration:
Main Estimates	
316   New Denver Pavilion:
Main Estimates 	
317   Administration, Child Welfare Division:
Main Estimates.- 	
318   Maintenance of Dependent Children and Grants
to Homes:
Main Estimates 	
319   Provincial Home:
Main Estimates...
320   Brannan Lake School for Boys:
Main Estimates 	
321   Willingdon School for Girls:
Main Estimates ;	
322   Old-age Assistance,  Blind  Persons'  Allowances,
and  Disabled   Persons'   Allowances   Board—
Administration:
Main Estimates	
323    Old_age Assistance:
Main Estimates	
Statutory 	
$2,606,000
323,860
324   Blind Persons' Allowances :
Main Estimates	
Statutory	
$98,000
17,898
325   Disabled Persons' Allowances:
Main Estimates. —	
Statutory 	
$864,000
131,691
Special Warrant:
No.  11.   Grant to assist in the construction of a
receiving home at Terrace	
$2,007
$4,000
90,084
26,122
1,977,754]  2,009,069
88,030
24,888
73,686
22,500,000
500
149,455
3,829,100
56,976
73,328
21,565,485
23,780    22,746
I
475,723
324,538
327,830
2,929,860
153,599
4,404,677
29,263
452,647
307,865
323,724
2,929,860
115,898 115,898
995,6911 995,691
I
10,000 10,000
$33,910,997
$1,993
2,054
1,234
358
934,515
500
1,034
-|   $31,315
27,713
23,076
16,673
4,106
$33,508,777
$1,013,256
4,144
575,577
$611,036
 E 50
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1964/65
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY
Legislation  	
Premier's Office	
Department of Agriculture-
Department of the Attorney-General-
Department of Commercial Transport-
Department of Education	
Department of Finance	
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Public Health Services  	
Mental Health Services _
Hospital Insurance Services-
Department of Highways-
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce    .	
Department of Labour..
Departemnt of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources:
Lands Service	
Forest Service	
Water Resources Services-
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Department of Municipal Affairs	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Provincial Secretary-
Civil Service Commission_
Superannuation Branch	
Public Utilities Commission	
Department of Public Works	
Department of Recreation and Conservation-
Department of Social Welfare	
$558,943
69,521
3,565,134
14,835,626
592,126
105,971,151
50,362,538
$558,943
63,848
2,912,927
15,140,411
574,719
106,151,477
49,254,312
$5,892,619
18,033,332
40,142,535
$5,512,806
17,133,803
37,558,684
$64,068,486
$60,205,293
$72,824,824
1,028,961
1,223,962
$78,633,674
1,009,128
1,276,060
$1,997,135
15,334,349
1,243,713
$1,883,445
13,666,351
1,124,133
$18,575,197
$16,673,929
$2,890,676
2,214,613
$1,363,482
2,200,072
$5,780,384
355,027
4,898,023
$5,434,044
347,752
4,636,728
$11,033,434
$10,418,524
$375,893
13,591,826
4,289,845
33,910,997
$341,234
14,932,951
4,353,115
33,508,777
$401,983,753
$399,572,876
$5,673
655,897
314,023
17,407
240,662
1,159,780
$3,690
618,808
420,988
51,554
$382,036
899,529
2,583,851
$2,223
$3,865,416
$2,223
$353,227
66,938
12,528
$6,162,077
47,105
64,626
$114,778
1,776,115
119,580
$1,088
108,117
$2,010,473
$109,205
$1,531,420
21,893
$4,226
7,352
$389,583
7,275
261,295
$43,243
$658,153
$43,243
$34,659
13,720
48,111
1,013,256
$1,354,845
111,381
611,036
$12,023,236
$9,612,359
RECONCILIATION, MAIN ESTIMATES
AND TOTAL APPROPRIATION
Main Estimates, 1964/65 .
Expenditure authorized under various Statutes..
Expenditure authorized by special warrants	
$395,593,483
5,016,366
1,373,904
Total expenditure authorized .
$401,983,753

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