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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1968/69
Pursuant   to   the   Provisions   of   the
Audit Act, Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960
Interim Financial Statements
For the Nine Months Ended December 31
1968
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1969
  To Colonel the Honourable John R. Nicholson, P.C, O.B.E., Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of the
Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the Audit Act, chapter 22,
R.S.B.C. 1960.
Respectfully submitted.
Department of Finance,
Victoria, January 23,1969.
W. A. C. BENNETT,
Premier and Minister of Finance.
  Victoria, British Columbia, January 23, 1969.
The Honourable W.A.C. Bennett, P.C, LL.D., D.Pol.Sc,
Premier and Minister of Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the Audit Act, chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960,
the following:—
Page
(A) Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the first Nine Months
of the Fiscal Year 1968/69, viz., April 1, 1968, to December 31, 1968. The
statements of account are presented on an accrual basis to show as nearly as
possible the operations of the interim period under review (section 43 (a)).
(1) Summary of Interim Statements of Revenue and Expenditure^. 5
(2) Details of Revenue  6
(3) Details of Expenditure  8
(4) Expenditure (Revenue Surplus Appropriation)  15
(B) Statement of Special Warrants Issued (section 25 (4))  16
(C) Statement of Payments Charged against 1968/69 Appropriations
Which Did Not Occur within the Period of Account (section 37 (e))  18
(D) Statement of Expenditures on Services during 1967/68 Fiscal Year
Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations (section 43 (b))  19
(E) Statement of Treasury Board Overrulings (section 36)  21
Respectfully submitted.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(Al)
INTERIM STATEMENTS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE
NINE MONTHS APRIL 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1968
Estimated for
12 Months to
Mar. 31,1969
Interim Period
Apr. 1 to
Dec. 31, 1968
$10,160,000
240,300,000
237,000,000
150,920,000
10,685,000
1,700,000
6,500,000
127,447,415
71,500,000
10,500,000
$866,712,415
$606,452
82,257
7,718,017
25,383,907
799,070
271,106,311
13,005,000
168,400,626
129,512,481
5,111,854
6,967,765
37,602,035
5,191,387
50,532,632
35,547,508
462,258
24,688,541
5,855,555
2,130,463
75,276,644
40,134
$866,020,897
REVENUE
Property Taxes  	
Social Services, Fuel Taxes, etc  	
Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and Succession Duties-
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties-
Sales and Service Fees    	
Fines and Penalties    	
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange...
Contributions from Other Governments.	
Contributions from Government Enterprises-
Miscellaneous Revenue.  	
Total revenue     	
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 Travel Industry  	
Department of Social Welfare  	
Ministers without Portfolio   	
Total, Including Capital Expenditure Out of Income-
Excess of Revenue over Expenditure  	
$10,486,664
186,634,611
174,781,809
113,627,903
9,355,063
1,429,522
9,085,760
114,567,871
58,525,904
10,492,913
$688,988,020
$78,663
54,764
5,798,945
18,439,147
576,061
191,058,151
7,822,643
128,424,554
96,464,010
3,490,635
3,177,355
24,070,541
4,053,650
36,736,892
40,056,594
345,548
18,717,055
4,523,020
1,376,730
63,848,218
39,688
$649,152,864
39,835,156
$688,988,020
 R 6 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 2)
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE NINE MONTHS APRIL 1
DECEMBER 31, 1968
TO
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
Service
Revenue for 9 Months
Ended Dec. 31, 1968
$360,000
6,400,000
300,000
90,000
500,000
1,000,000
350,000
600,000
560,000
$10,160,000
$2,600,000
167,000,000
63,300,000
4,700,000
2,700,000
$240,300,000
$237,000,000
$31,000,000
2,400,000
250,000
1,850,000
7,900,000
85,000
650,000
3,700,000
42,000,000
40,000,000
175,000
850,000
6,000,000
80,000
250,000
3,000,000
150,000
145,000
1,000,000
600,000
320,000
20,000
140,000
150,000
5,500,000
900,000
70,000
50,0000
80,000
300,000
35,000
210,000
60,000
1,000,000
$150,920,000
Property Taxes:
Land Taxes, General:
Farm Land	
Improved Land.	
Wild Land	
Coal Land " A " and " B '
Land Taxes, Forest:
Forest Land 	
Timber Land	
Tree-farm Land.
E. & N. Railway Belt Land Tax Act-
Forest Protection Tax 	
Social Services, Fuel Taxes, Etc.:
Pari Mutuel Betting Tax	
Social Services Tax 	
Gasoline Tax  	
Motive-fuel Use Tax..
Fuel-oil Tax 	
Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and Succession Duties-
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties:
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits—accrual basis	
Natural Resources:
Game Act: Fees and Licences  - -	
Lands and Forests:
Grazing Fees and Permits-
Land Leases, Rentals, and Fees..
LoggingTax	
Timber Leases  	
Timber Licences—     	
Timber Royalties _ -  	
Timber Sales	
Minerals:
Coal, Petroleum, and Natural-gas Leases and Fees-
Free Miners' Certificates 	
Mining Receipts, General 	
Mining Tax._
Unworked Crown-granted Mineral Claims..
Iron-ore Royalties _
Water Resources: Water Rentals and Recording Fees..
Other:
Agricultural Licences and Fees 	
Boiler Inspection Fees	
Companies Branch-
Electrical Energy Inspection Fees-
Fire Marshal Act: Fees, Etc	
Fisheries Licences —
Gas Act: Fees 	
Insurance Act _ 	
Insurance Premiums Tax—accrual basis-
Law Stamps-
Marriage Licences-
Moving Pictures Act-
Municipal Licences, Regulated Areas, Etc..
Probate Fees  	
Real Estate Act — — 	
Securities Act 	
Trade Licences — 	
Sundry Licences and Permits..
$297,050
6,278,720
278,006
93,621
381,709
1,184,337
373,327
807,385
792,509
$10,486,664
$2,705,367
128,479,652
50,290,370
3,471,076
1,688,146
186,634,611
174,781,809
$23,250,000
2,639,448
266,115
1,572,647
6,332,207
215,496
508,025
4,107,687
36,146,265
24,531,159
173,782
845,046
2,289,311
65,135
164,133
2,318,326
207,092
87,037
901,271
468,296
5,933
37,641
114,087
96,431
4,125,000
697,204
58,404
36,056
65,209
291,952
34,942
151,545
26,858
798,163
113,627,903
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69 R 7
Details of Revenue for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1969
Service
Revenue for 9 Months
Ended Dec. 31, 1968
$900,000
Sales and Service Fees:
Sales:
$718,573
116,287
62,760
373,270
3,473,061
214,832
155,272
4,241,008
135,000
100,000
Services:
400,000
4,200,000
300,000
150,000
Sheriff's Fees     	
Vital Statistics.	
4,500,000
$10,685,000
$836,208
11,073
103,955,269
9,550,727
214,594
$9,355,063
$1,700,000
1,429,522
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange: Miscellaneous Interest
Contributions from Other Governments:
$6,500,000
9,085,760
$1,672,415
125,000
115,000,000
10,200,000
Canada Share of Joint Service Programmes in Lieu of Opting Out..
450,000
Contributions from Government Enterprises:
$127,447,415
$39,900,000
18,625,904
114,567,871
$50,500,000
21,000,000
Miscellaneous:
$71,500,000
$4,422,178
6,070,735
58,525,904
$3,500,000
7,000,000
$10,500,000
10,492,913
$866,712,415
$688,988,020
 R 8
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A3)
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE NINE MONTHS APRIL 1 TO
DECEMBER 31, 1968
Estimated for
12 Months'
Ending
Mar. 31,1969
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$606,452
$82,257
$33,016
131,808
113,086
233,856
38,616
102,390
32,862
809,454
273,294
115,908
85,366
13,620
15,000
163,824
345,317
101,896
69,728
88,006
117,000
25,000
73,000
10,000
125,000
22,000
20
154,000
700,000
750
37,000
1,200
70,000
16,000
3,600,000
$7,718,017
$36,852
309,722
6,500
606,271
876,500
137,500
125,000
363,220
439,123
1,750
5,000
10,000
5,000
529,000
1. Legislation	
2. Premier's Office-
Department of Agriculture:
Minister's Office	
General Administration 	
Markets and Statistics Branch-
Horticultural Branch 	
Plant Pathology Branch	
Entomology Branch— 	
Apiary Branch _
Live Stock Branch    	
Dairy Branch — 	
Poultry Branch-. _ - 	
Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch-
Farmers' Institutes _ _ 	
Women's Institutes  	
Soil Survey Branch-
Agricultural Development and Extension Branch .
Agricultural Engineering Branch _. _	
4-H Clubs         	
Milk Board  	
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Stat.
Stat. Interest, Crop Insurance Fund —
S.W. 2. Freight assistance programme ..
Temporary Assistance	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories-
Grants and Subsidies 	
Rebates on Stumping-powder.	
Subsidies on Agricultural Lime-
Farm Labour Service	
Farms _ _  	
Crop Insurance-
Farmers' Land-clearing and Domestic Water Assistance-
Pound District Act  _.   	
Grasshopper-control Act 	
Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act  —	
Pest Control  	
Aid in Construction of Storage Facilities, Farm Commodities-
Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act—	
Horned Cattle Purchases Act  j 	
S.W. 4. Grants to assist in erection of buildings .
S.W. 7. Sterile codling moth programme	
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
Department of the Attorney-General:
Administration:
Attorney-General's Office —	
General Administration— —	
Incidentals and Contingencies-
Justice and Courts:
Supreme and County Courts.....
Administration of Justice	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs..
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries 	
Sheriffs' Offices  	
Official Reporters-
Conference of Commissioners on Uniformity of Legislation
in Canada 	
Coroners' Conference  — 	
Magistrates' Conference-
Prosecutors' Conference-
Magistrates Act 	
$26,622
87,628
87,078
176,373
30,175
69,737
24,051
530,825
158,169
85,930
67,014
9,643
9,000
108,177
252,341
70,540
48,959
58,980
94,576
14,891
72,396
1,983
75,114
4,540
20
117,288
479,552
347
38,421
642
51,443
2,868,596
11,912
7,067
17,732
41,000
183
$26,487
227,848
6,616
460,175
872,017
106,919
86,814
255,588
360,304
599
4,700
7,360
5,452
421,510
$78,663
54,764
5,798,945
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69                             R 9
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
No. of                                             c
Vote                                              Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$1,376,134
168,718
2,097,101
239,616
120,880
125,394
75,022
236,510
31,642
75,992
5,094,000
350,000
20,000
277,671
1,315,614
20,175
20,848
464,794
86,683
3,782,066
575,636
616,818
691,504
673,724
2,637,087
758,840
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
Registration:
$923,099
126,418
1,535,153
193,935
76,196
88,936
50,738
162,222
23,784
60,960
3,367,370
136,492
20,000
194,430
878,328
15,050
14,663
300,945
59,636
2,836,550
408,030
444,648
518,383
537,887
1,993,020
569,885
60,000
Trustees:
53.         Public Trustee's Office             	
Regulation and Inspection:
Police Services:
Corrections:
67.         Alouette River Unit                    -	
74.         Haney Correctional Institution (Including Forest Camps and
Department of Commercial Transport:
$25,383,907
$18,439,147
$285
72,890
77,548
425,338
$2,850
100,308
104,814
591,098
Department of Education:
$799,070
576,061
$25,511
153,270
74,061
73,502
218,524
304,976
80,612
490,000
940,542
466,822
321,002
74,682
60,860,682
2,861,950
118,928,185
3,718,748
1,000,000
185,000
$29,310
209,472
94,482
138,660
188,756
476,127
110,434
643,930
1,297,642
683,788
441,528
104,606
83,107,066
15,000,000
160,950,000
5,440,000
1,400,000
245,000
Division of General Educational Services:
Division of Local Educational Services:
Division of Special Educational Services:
89.         Jericho Hill School      	
Division of Teacher Registration and Examinations:
93.      Capital   Expenditures,   Provincial   Technical   and   Vocational
97.      Night-school Grants  -	
 R 10 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$183,000
30,000
215,000
60,000
57,500
10
$271,106,311
$5,370
203,062
435,668
453,988
962,158
400,148
235,798
216,178
401,920
10
1,794,924
40,000
27,000
85,000
180,000
50,000
10
10
200
360,000
5,000,000
75,000
75,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
3,556
$13,005,000
$4,000
229,804
1,512,779
545,000
650,000
450,000
600,000
4,377,051
616,445
520,713
180,554
819,370
1,863,944
888,708
1,239,406
2,619,078
25,190,282
98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
126.
127.
128.
129.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W
S.W
S.W
Department of Education-
Training Programmes-
•Continued
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses-
Community Programmes Grants - 	
Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies  	
Temporary Assistance-
Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes .
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office    -	
General Administration.—   	
Controlling and Audit Branch    	
Data Processing Branch  - 	
Consumer Taxation Branch   — 	
Real Property Taxation Branch—     —
Income Taxation Branch  — - 	
Assessment Equalization Act  -   —
Purchasing Commission   	
Langford Warehouse  	
Government Agencies, Etc    	
Courts of Revision — 	
Assessment Appeal Board 	
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Bonds, Revenue Receipts,
Licences, Etc 	
Temporary Assistance   	
Incidentals and Contingencies   	
Civil Service Superannuation Act—Interest on Superannuation
and Retirement Funds 	
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act—Interest.
Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905  	
Interest on Trust Deposits  	
Salary Contingencies and Adjustments (All Departments)	
Expense Contingencies (All Departments)   	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories (All Departments)— 	
Power Subsidy     -   —
Metropolitan Transit Subsidy   	
Nancy Sloan Act    	
Water Act  - - (Credit)
Municipal Act    -  	
Unclaimed Money Deposits Act—   	
Cemetery Companies Act  — - — 	
.11. Junior sports stadium     	
9. Outward Bound School grant    	
3 and 15. Canadian Committee on Mutual Funds and Investment
Contracts           	
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE:
130. Minister's Office  —     _ 	
131. Accounting Division..
132.
133.
134.
135.
136.
137.
138.
139.
140.
Public Health Services:
General Services	
Grants re Local Health Services
Grants for Health Agencies-
Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.)..
Public Health Research  	
Local Health Services  	
Division of Laboratories  	
Division of Vital Statistics 	
Division of Venereal Disease Control	
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
141. Administration and Out-patient Care.
142. In-patient Care   	
S.W. 5.    Film re pollution control  _..
Mental Health Services:
General Administration 	
143.
144.
145.
146.
Division of Nursing Education-
Community Services 	
In-patient Care - _	
$68,000
14,804
154,550
27,939
14,779
10.
$191,058,151
$626
155,953
332,377
280,033
660,327
265,329
158,231
130,807
293,785
10
1,384,993
751
27,113
40,323
91,924
48,441
10
10
143
355,708
3,369,354
53,514
750,000
750,000
1,913,256
423,973
112
2,953
141,666
5,000
12,433
$29,057
172,813
995,712
260,037
661,480
255,816
385,211
3,399,843
420,671
365,212
120,831
520,261
1,497,134
14,625
460,086
843,710
1,084,185
17,999,834
7,822,643
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69 R  11
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
35?                                                 Se"ice
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$126,093,492
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
. 155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
1 168.
169.
170.
S.W
171.
172.
173.
' 174.
175.
176.
177.
178.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W
179.
180.
181.
182.
183.
184.
185.
186.
187.
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance—
Continued
Hospital Insurance Services:
$98,938,036
Department of Highways:
$168,400,626
$11,813
2,082,121
22,978,792
1,826,967
46,731,406
4,731,527
40,913
471,277
11,047
1,845,556
15,732,591
$128,424,554
$44,920
2,799,786
30,000,000
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, and Tunnels—Maintenance
10,000,000
57,000,000
5,000,000
50,000
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries—Capital Construction 	
750,000
17,775
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, Etc 	
3,000,000
20,850,000
Department of  Industrial Development,  Trade, and  Commerce:
$129,512,481
$26,989
67,515
103,545
195,036
666,057
48,637
43,676
96,464,010
$32,406
85,686
174,586
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London,
334,678
1,435,908
70,494
53,096
10,000
70,000
50,081
149,040
9,669
1,812,564
317,826
530,000
15,000
2,300,000
Department of Labour:
$5,111,854
$3,000
418,819
79,669
498,511
150,315
1,875,000
9,433
3,490,635
$8,684
561,824
103,860
3,564,447
217,450
2,500,000
11,000
Government Grants to Increase Workmen's Compensation Pen-
16,125
123,129
3,354
Mediation Commission Act:      — —
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources:
$6,967,765
$23,188
90,105
3,500
60,906
180,066
100,488
304,901
29,989
3,177,355
$30,610
115,738
Lands Service:
3,500
83,660
Grant to British Columbia Natural Resources Conference....
252,942
200,000
407,688
38,412
Lands Branch:
Pre-servicing Crown Lands for Sale or Lease— 	
Surveys and Mapping Branch:
2,000
Special Commitments     — —	
 R  12 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$678,089
188.
198,814
189.
540,476
190.
348,365
191.
10
192.
193.
15,379,654
1,650,200
194.
13,000
195.
159,500
196.
61,550
197.
114,050
198.
17,500
199.
2,968,000
200.
2,500,000
201.
844,154
202.
10
203.
1,408,800
204.
180,000
205.
20,000
206.
1,492,184
207.
52,044
208.
579,550
209.
25,000
210.
21,500
211.
40,764
212.
122,000
213.
560,074
214.
858,000
215.
94,000
216.
5,000,000
217.
80,000
218.
245,280
219.
214,917
220.
S.W.
$37,602,035
$37,100
221.
1,331,787
222.
32,500
223.
500,000
224.
250,000
225.
2,750,000
226.
40,000
227.
100,000
228.
150,000
229.
$5,191,387
$44,220
230.
403,412
231.
360,000
232.
5,000,000
233.
234.
43,975,000
750,000
235.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W.
S.W.
$50,532,632
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources—Cont.
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Legal Surveys Division —   —
Geographic Division    —
Topographic Division   -	
Air Division    	
University Endowment Lands Administration Act — 	
Forest Service:
General  Administration,   Protection,   and   Management   of
Forests  - 	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery  	
Forestry and Correction Camp Programme  —
Forest Research    	
Public Information and Education  	
Forest Service Training-school   	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association 	
Engineering Services and Forest-development Roads	
Fire Suppression  	
Forest Inventory    	
Scaling Fund  — 	
Silviculture  -     — —
Grazing Range Improvement Fund   	
Peace River Community Pastures   	
Peace River Power Timber Salvage  —
Water Resources Service:
General Administration— 	
Water Rights Branch    	
Assistance to Improvement Districts  	
Canadian Council of Resource Ministers	
Inspector of Dykes	
River-bank Protection   	
Water Investigations Branch   	
Water Investigations, Hydraulic Surveys, and Projects	
Okanagan Flood Control  _ _.
Canada-British Columbia Joint Development Act	
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging  _. 	
Southern Okanagan Lands Project 	
Pollution Control 	
. 22. Bella Coola River bank protection.. — —
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Minister's Office     —
General Administration-
Grants and Subsidies	
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  	
Grants in Aid of Roads and Trails, Petroleum and Natural Gas
Construction of Stewart-Cassiar Road	
Grub-staking Prospectors  	
Special Mineral Surveys	
Iron Bounty Act  	
Department of Municipal Affairs :
Minister's Office	
General Administration _
Grants and Subsidies	
Housing and Urban Renewal-
Grants in Aid of Local Government and Home-owners' Subsidies
(Proportionate)
Winter Works Incentive Programme .
Municipal Act-
Local Services Act	
. 16. Housing plans competition..
S.W. 24. Home-owner Grant, Hazelton..
$510,437
147,450
450,931
285,217
10
11,680,845
1,170,515
6,931
120,158
45,111
66,073
13,200
2,263,620
1,175,864
647,816
10
863,656
126,822
16,459
1,106,085
36,925
395,794
9,900
21,420
28,628
85,341
389,810
495,845
49,272
395,862
71,446
235,628
130,708
233,609
$24,070,541
$29,440
891,511
29,594
172,379
2,686,688
29,915
88,123
126,000
$33,176
315,979
264,176
947,933
34,655,000
416,858
837
51,549
48,000
3,384
4,053,650
36,736,892
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69 R 13
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$48,308
72,416
106,198
776,760
151,484
111,184
291,228
400,000
10
53,920
37,452
1,200,000
57,000
18,000,000
1,500,000
225,000
250,000
200,000
400,000
740,500
94,158
225,000
10,000
388,446
15,000
50,000
278,004
262.
28,000
263.
6,450,000
264.
53,000
265.
1,300,000
266.
137,440
267.
37,000
268.
60,000
269.
1,800,000
270.
$35,547,508
271.
$196,028
266,230
272.
$462,258
$29,685
273.
271,932
274.
9,683,142
275.
12,000,000
276.
1,750,000
277.
953,782
278.
$24,688,541
$34,694
279.
114,240
280.
306,053
281.
236.
237.
238.
239.
240.
241.
242.
243.
244.
245.
246.
247.
248.
249.
250.
251.
252.
253.
254.
255.
256.
257.
258.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
259.
260.
261.
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office   	
General Administration—
Central Microfilm Bureau-
Postal Branch  —	
Provincial Library-
Provincial Archives-
Public Library Commission-
Library and Library Association Grants..
Queen's Printer	
Government House —   —
Indian Advisory Act-
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown)—Workmen's Compensation Act  —   -—
Incidentals and Contingencies .
B.C. Medical Plan	
Grants, Etc	
Grant re Narcotic Foundation-
Grant re Alcoholic Foundation-
Capital Improvement District Act—
Restoration of Historical Sites, Etc.
Civil Defence  	
Provincial Elections Act-
Public Inquiries Act.
Archaeological and Historic Sites Protection Act .
Medical Services Act  	
Vera Madge Bate Act    	
Craigflower Manor-
Honorarium to L. J. Wallace..
I. British Columbia World Relief Fund.
Civil Service Commission:
Administration  	
Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 77 of Civil
Service Act and other Government employees	
Retiring Allowances—Civil Service Act, sec. 70, and other
Government employees  	
Superannuation Branch:
Administration  _ _ 	
Grants—Retiring Allowances  	
Civil Service Superannuation Act.  	
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act-
Public Services Medical Plan Act	
Public Services Group Insurance Act	
Death Benefits	
Municipal Superannuation Act 	
Canada Pension Plan   - _.	
Public Utilities Commission :
Public Utilities Act, Cemeteries Act, and Prearranged Funeral
Services Act  	
Motor Carrier Act..
Department of Public Works :
Minister's Office 	
General Administration 	
Government Buildings (Maintenance) —
Construction of Provincial Buildings	
Rentals  	
Safety Inspection Division..
Department of Recreation and Conservation:
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Provincial Museum     	
$34,977
56,669
81,612
684,022
. . 107,975
74,935
210,700
364,817
10
31,601
19,302
647,724
35,803
27,649,286
664,158
168,750
187,501
287,829
380,487
223,294
65,998
8,967
91,247
8,000
27,150
750
3,000
288,104
72,987
100,159
203,072
16,989
5,058,862
23,085
922,191
81,116
16,865
6,600
1,150,000
$144,542
201,006
$40,056,594
345,548
$21,476
208,210
7,544,396
9,212,829
1,069,761
660,383
$24,469
77,246
220,624
18,717,055
 R 14 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1968—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1969
NV°ot?                                            service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1968
$51,016
282.
283.
284.
285.
286.
287.
288.
289.
290.
291.
292.
293.
294.
295.
296.
297.
298.
299.
300.
301.
302.
303.
304.
305.
306.
307.
Department of Recreation and Conservation—Continued
$30,037
1,581,765
2,354,991
125,092
108,806
2,083,772
2,830,780
325,000
110,000
Department of Travel Industry:
Minister's Office      	
$5,855,555
$1,026
21,880
1,182,712
38,454
132,658
$4,523,020
$3,650
30,322
1,825,072
Tourist Traffic:
63,387
208,032
Department of Social Welfare :
Minister's Office       	
$2,130,463
$411
73,107
24,546
2,929,217
102,291
53,993,665
1,376,730
$4,000
115,958
33,558
4,163,777
143,624
61,450,000
500
Residence and Responsibility Act   	
288,400
229,681
194,353
158,130
415,055
260,631
3,499,895
306,571
1,660,665
260,558
240,260
Child Welfare Division—Administration...  	
581,665
383,980
5,018,364
382,000
2,210,000
$75,276,644
63,848,218
$40,134
39,688
Grand total, Departmental Estimates, Including Capital
Expenditure Out of Income _	
$866,020,897
5649,152,864
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1968/69
R 15
(A 4)
STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SPECIFIC
PURPOSES, APRIL 1 TO DECEMBER 31,  1968
Nil.
 R 16
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(B)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SESSIONS
OF 1968 AND 1969
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
May
2,
1968
2
May
July
22,
30,
1968
1968
4
17
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
29,
22,
22,
1968
1969
1969
20
33
37
May
2,
1968
3
July
July
24,
24,
1968
1968
9
11
July
25,
1968
15
Aug.
29,
1968
19
Oct.
10,
1968
23
Jan.
22,
1969
35
June
June
June
July
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
6,
6,
6,
25,
20,
5,
22,
22,
1968
1968
1968
1968
1968
1968
1969
1969
5
6
7
14
27
28
31
34
Jan.
22,
1969
38
Jan.
22,
1969
39
Apr.
29,
1968
1
Dec.
5,
1968
29
July
25,
1968
8
July
25,
1968
13
Sept.
Oct.
25,
15,
1968
1968
22
26
Jan.
Jan.
22,
22,
1969
1969
30
36
TO MEET EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1969
Department of Agriculture
Freight assistance programme on grain produced and
shipped by rail from Creston-Wynndel area
Building grants to agricultural exhibitions and fall fairs	
Provincial share of sterile codling moth release programme ,  	
Department of the Attorney-General
Grant to Salvation Army House of Concord  	
Supplementing Vote 40—Administration of Justice	
Supplementing Vote 41—Constitutional Litigation and
General Law Costs  _ — 	
Department of Finance
British Columbia share of expenditure of Canadian
Committee of Mutual Funds and Investment Contracts    „ 	
Grant toward establishing an Outward Bound School	
Grant  with  respect  to  construction  of Junior  Sports
Stadium, Vancouver      	
British Columbia share of expenditure of Canadian
Committee of Mutual Funds and Investment Contracts  	
Grant with respect to construction of Junior Sports
Stadium, Vancouver- 	
Grant with respect  to  construction  of Junior  Sports
Stadium, Vancouver  	
Supplementing Vote 119—Incidentals and Contingencies..
Department of Health Services and
Hospital Insurance
Cost of producing film on pollution control 	
Supplementing Vote 137—Local Health Services 	
Supplementing Vote 132—General Services-
Supplementing Vote 134—Grants for Health Agencies	
Supplementing Vote 134—Grants for Health Agencies	
Supplementing Vote 134—Grants for Health Agencies	
Supplementing Vote 134—Grants for Health Agencies	
Grant to assist in reconstruction and development of
Seven Oaks Children's Centre   	
Grant to Bevan Lodge Association to assist in purchase
of furnishings and equipment	
Supplementing Vote 138—Division of Laboratories	
Department of Industrial Development, Trade,
and Commerce
Provincial  share  of  cost  of Trade  Fair  and  Sports
Building at Exhibition Park  	
Supplementing Vote 167—Advertising and Publicity.	
Department of Labour
Expenses re strike vote, Registered Nurses' Association.....
Department of Lands, Forests, and
Water Resources
Supplementing   Vote   194 — Reforestation   and   Forest
Nursery.
Bella Coola River bank protection 	
Supplementing  Vote  219—Southern  Okanagan  Lands
Project.
Squamish River flood control and river-bank protection	
Supplementing  Vote   200 — Engineering   Services   and
Forest-development Roads    	
$25,000
41,000
15,000
60,000
150,000
105,000
12,432
5,000
72,216
3,131
54,834
14,614
35,000
20,000
90,000
160,000
151,400
40,000
68,000
60,600
52,420
11,750
32,000
317,826
30,000
4,000
50,000
250,000
18,174
350,000
400,000
$17,731
41,000
207
60,000
12,432
5,000
72,216
54,834
14,614
19,575
56,100
317,826
3,354
233,609
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69
R 17
Statement of Special Warrants Issued between the Sessions of 1968
and 1969—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
July   30, 1968
Oct.   15, 1968
Oct.   10, 1968
Jan.   22, 1969
July   25, 1968
Aug. 21, 1968
Sept. 19, 1968
July   19, 1968
Jan.   22, 1969
16
25
24
32
12
18
21
10
40
Department of Municipal Affairs
Provincial housing plans competition-
Supplementing Vote 234—Grants in Aid of Local Government, Adjustment Grants-
Grant to Village of Hazelton re home-owner grant for
1967	
Supplementing Vote 232—Grants and Subsidies  _
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Share of cost during 1968/69 of restoring Craigflower
Manor—     	
Honorarium to L. J. Wallace	
Contribution to British Columbia World Relief Fund-
Department of Travel Industry
Supplementing Vote 289—Travel Division	
Supplementing Vote 289—Travel Division  	
$48,000
290,009
3,384
183,500
95,000
750
3,000
27,500
20,000
$48,000
290,009
3,384
27,150
750
3,000
 R 18 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(C)
STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS CHARGED AGAINST 1968/69 APPROPRIATIONS
WHICH DID NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE PERIOD OF THE ACCOUNT
Vouchers aggregating $2,711,911.
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69
R 19
(D)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED
MARCH 31, 1968
Statement of Expenditures on Services Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations from April 1,
1967, to March 31, 1968, and for Which Overexpenditure the Sanction
of the Legislature Is Required
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
4
5
Department of Agriculture
General Administration	
$128,322
104,348
63,728
192,342
79,300
312,179
97,000
100,000
70,000
558,795
860,000
137,500
397,800
1,750
1,862,067
213,924
80,490
71,384
19,020
27,750
89,232
181,500
102,315
500,000
188,064
26,000
75,000
3,951,014
550,326
1,794,278
1,076,044
113,937,061
60,000,000
50,000
32,070
163,730
50,437
35,080
1,121,000
110,640
2,959,250
10
$132,801
108,790
67,236
193,686
86,059
313,538
138,775
103,938
76,138
562,087
1,095,187
181,984
417,606
1,814
1,898,203
215,677
83,865
73,921
19,151
28,689
95,989
206,282
107,681
609,140
195,017
26,073
118,476
4,042,460
557,563
1,890,232
1,158,965
115,662,997
64,933,868
66,411
33,903
202,110
51,390
36,144
1,157,363
110,860
2,971,385
1,332,014
$4,479
4,442
3,508
1,344
8
11
13
17
21
Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch	
Agricultural Development and Extension Branch
6,759
1,359
41,775
3,938
6,138
3,292
28
33
Pest Control                                                         	
39
Department of the Attorney-General
40
235,187
44,484
19,806
41
44
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs
45
64
55
36,136
57
59
Public Trustee's Office  	
1,753
3,375
63
2,537
70
131
84
86
Department of Education
Minister's Office	
939
6,757
88
90
Post-secondary and Adult Education Branch
24,782
5,366
91
109,140
109
Department of Finance
6,953
120
73
121
Printing   Public   Accounts,   Estimates,   Bonds,
43,476
140
Department of Health Services and
Hospital Insurance
91,446
141
7,237
146
95,954
148
82,921
151
1,725,936
156
Department of Highways
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries—Capital Construc-
4,933,868
159
16,411
163
Department of Industrial Development,
Trade, and Commerce
1,833
165
Agent-General's   Office   and  British   Columbia
38,380
169
953
192
Department of Lands, Forests, and
Water Resources
1,064
200
36,363
204
206
Forest Service Training-school  	
Engineering   Services   and   Forest-development
220
12,135
213
1,332,004
 R 20 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Unprovided Items in Expenditure for Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1968—Continued
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
241
242
250
Department of Municipal Affairs
Minister's Office.          	
General Administration 	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
$42,720
363,906
674,334
142,612
57,000
10,000
350,424
173,609
10,000,000
2,792,810
28,566
1,694,919
51,450,000
10,235,000
525,850
$43,577
384,244
784,678
143,846
63,030
10,002
358,763
174,621
12,348,855
2,799,924
28,651
1,704,395
52,790,677
11,641,546
530,608
$857
20,338
110,344
251
1,234
259
6,030
270
271
Archaeological and Historical Sites Protection Act
2
8,339
284
Public Utilities Commission
Public Utilities Act, Cemeteries Act, and Pre-
1,012
289
Department of Public Works
2,348,855
297
Department of Recreation and Conservation
7,114
301
Department of Travel Industry
85
302
9,476
310
Department of Social Welfare
1,340,677
314
Maintenance of Dependent Children and Grants
1,406,546
316
4,758
$270,912,500
$285,172,885
$14,260,385
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1968/69
(E)
TREASURY BOARD OVERRULINGS
Nil.
R 21
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1969
230-169-871
 

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