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 MAIN ESTIMATES
estimates of expenditure
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1956
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$363,750
157,500
$206,250
3,375
2,500
8,460
31,725
14,940
12,375
2,700
77,625
2,025
4,950
40,000
82,500
13,750
13,750
6,875
13,750
13,750
13,750
13,750
13,750
15,000
30,000
11,250
16,875
288,765
101,400
50,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 1.
Code No.
020
PUBLIC DEBT
(a) Interest (Code 00101)
Registered Stock:
I Revenue Act"—Interest on $7,275,000 due May 1
and November 1 	
Less discount (sterling) 	
Debentures:
$363,750
157,500
Loan Act:
1921(S
1921(S
1922
. 1923
1924
1925
1925
1927
'   1927
1927
1927
1943
1943
1943
1946
1946
1946
1946H
1946
1946
1946
1949
Jnterest
(Per Cent)
,S.) 41/2
,S.)5
4V2
4!/2
41/2
AVi
AV2
41/2
41/2
4!/2
4
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
234
2%
2%
|P
3
3
Amount of
Debentures
$60,000
100,000
188,000
705,000
332,000
275,000
60,000
1,725,000
45,000
110,000
1,000,000
3,000,000
500,000
500,000
250,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
1,000,000
B.C. University Loan Act, 1920:
41/2 250,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
P AV2 300,000
£fi 6,4J7,000
5 4,056,000
5 2,000,000
Series
EV
FT
FH
FC
FI
FD
FJ
FE
FB
FK
FL
HP
HS
JC
HQ
HR
HW
HY
JA
JD
JI
JR
FA
EV
FO
FP
FQ
$206,250
Interest Payable
June 29 and Dec. 29  2,025
Apr. 25, 1954, redeemed	
May 1 and Nov. 1  8,460
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  31,725
May 1 and Nov. 1  14,940
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  12,375
May 1 and Nov. 1  2,700
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  77,625
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  2,025
May 1 and Nov. 1  4,950
June 1 and Dec. 1  40,000
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15  82,500
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1  13,750
Mar. 26 and Sept. 26  13,750
Jan. 20 and July 20  6,875
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1  13,750
Feb. 1 and Aug. 1  13,750
May 15 and Nov. 15  13,750
Jan. 2 and July 2  13,750
Mar. 26 and Sept. 26  13,750
Jan. 2 and July 2  15,000
Jan. 1 and July 1--  30,000
Mar. 25 and Sept. 25  11,250
June 29 and Dec. 29  10,125
Jan. 23 and July 23—- 288,765
Apr. 25, 1954, redeemed	
Apr. 25, 1954, redeemed
 T 2
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$25,000
72,500
151,825
144,135
41,040
51,000
25,000
40,000
178,500
22,260
40,860
68,500
115,775
41,250
110,000
111,238
137,500
52,500
60,000
90,000
60,000
30,000
240,000
90,000
450,000
90,000
11,250
360,000
60,000
180,000
45,000
45,000
605,500
135,000
453,125
122,500
90,000
60,000
137,500
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 1.
Code No.
020
Debentures—Continued
PUBLIC DEBT—Continued
(a) Interest—Continued
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924—Continued
Interest
(Per Cent)
5
5
Amount of
Debentures
$1,000,000
2,900,000
5 3,036,500
4V& 3,203,000
4V2 851,000
4 | 1,190,000
5 500,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936:
IV-x-
4
3*/2
3!/2
3
-2%
2%
2%
2%
2*4
2%
3
3
3
3
3
1,000,000
4,800,000
636,000
1,135,000
2,400,000
4,210,000
1,500,000
4,000,000
4,045,000
5,000,000
1,750,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948:
3 8,000,000
3 3,000,000
3 15,000,000
3 I 3,000,000
2V-% 1,000,000
3 12,000,000
3 2,000,000
3 6,000,000
3 1,500,000
3 1,500,000
3V2 17,300,000
3 3,000,000
35/s 12,500,000
Series
FR
FS
FU
FV
FY
FZ
GH
GT
GZ
HA
HK
HT
HU
HX
JE
JF
JH
JK
JL
JM
JN
JO
JP
js
JT
JU
JV
JY
KA
KB
KC
Pt.KD
KE
Pt.KF
Superannuation Fund Transfer Act, 1938:
VJl 3,500,000       GR
Electric Tower Act:
3
3
2%
3,000,000 HM
2,000,000 HO
5,000,000       HV
Interest Payable
Apr. 25, 1954, redeemed     	
Apr. 25, 1954, redeemed     	
Mar. 24 and Sept. 24  $151,825
Apr. 2   72,068
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1  35,550
May 15 and Nov. 15  44,200
Nov. 20, 1954, redeemed     	
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15  40,000
June 1 and Dec. 1  157,500
Jan. 15 and July 15  22,260
Feb. 1 and Aug. 1  34,050
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15  64,000
May 15 and Nov. 15  115,775
Mar. 15 and Sept. 15  41,250
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15  110,000
May 1 and Nov. 1  111,238
June 15 and Dec. 15  137,500
Feb. 10 and Aug. 10  52,500
Feb. 10 and Aug. 10  60,000
May 15 and Nov. 15  90,000
May 15 and Nov. 15  60,000
Feb. 1 and Aug. 1  30,000
June 15 and Dec. 15_._-„ 240,000
June 15 and Dec. 15  90,000
June 15 and Dec. 15  450,000
June 15 and Dec. 15  90,000
June 30, 1954, redeemed  	
June 15 and Dec. 15  360,000
June 15 and Dec. 15  60,000
Aug. 15   90,000
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15  45,000
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15  45,000
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15  605,500
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15  90,000
Feb. 15 and Aug. 15  453,125
Apr. 1 and Oct. 1  122,500
June 15 and Dec. 15  90,000
June 15 and Dec. 15_  60,000
Jan. 15 and July 15  137,500
 PUBLIC DEBT
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 3
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$82,500
27,500
90,750
362,500
184,000
304,500
40,000
Vote 1.
Code No.
020
PUBLIC DEBT—Continued
(a) Interest—Continued
Debentures—Continued
Electric Power Act—Continued
Interest
(Per Cent)
2%
2%
3-|
35/8
Amount of
Debentures
$3,000,000
1,000,000
3,025,000
10,000,000
Series Interest Payable
HZ June 15 and Dec. 15.
JB June 15 and Dec. 15.
J J Jan. 31 and July 3L_.
Pt. KF Feb. 15 and Aug. 15.
$7,041,348
372,435
$7,413,783
$1,589,750
Highway Development Act:
2Vi 6,900,000
3V2 8,700,000
JX       June 15 and Dec. 15.
Pt. KD    Feb. 15 and Aug. 15.
Trans-Canada Highways Act:
2V2 1,500,000       JW       June 15 and Dec. 15.
Interest on Treasury Bills to Federal Government	
$82,500
27,500
90,750
362,500
158,125
304,500
34,375
$6,462,431
360,558
$6,822,989
Less recoverable:
British Columbia Power Commission
Highway Development Fund 	
$850,750
687,118
1,537,868
$90,938
7,220,479
$7,311,417
524,611
$6,786,806
Total,  Interest     $5,285,121
ih) Currency, Exchange, etc. (Code 00102)
Code No.
027 Debt Services       	
028 Commission, Brokerage, Legal Expenses, etc—        $18,000
Total, Currency, Exchange, etc..
18,000
Code No.
021
(c) Sinking Funds (Code 00103)
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1924:
Stock — Annual   payment   due   May   1,   1955,   on
$7,275,000 maturing May 1, 1957-67         $90,938
Sinking Funds:
Generally __
Less recoverable, Highway Development Fund
6,939,784
$7,030,722
524,611
Total, Sinking Funds
6,506,111
 T 4
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$122,000
170,000
600,000
1,150,000
250,000
30,000
150,000
200,000
227,000
1,500,000
730,532
100,000
$5,229,532
$1,150,000
201,078
250,000
$1,601,078
100,000
$1,701,078
$3,528,454
$16,157,293
$144,000
5,500
2,000
Vote 1.
PUBLIC DEBT—Continued
Code No.
022 (d) Redemption of Debt (Code 00104)
Redemption of Debentures:
SOn April  1,  1955—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.  1924,
Series FY         $ 122,000
On May 15,  1955—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.  1924,
Series FZ          170,000
On June  1,   1955—" Revenue Act," R.S.B.C.   1936,
Series GZ         600,000
On June   15,   1955—"Highway Development Act,"
Series JX       1,150,000
On June 15, 1955—" Trans-Canada Highways Act,"
Series JW  -         250,000
On June 29, 1955—J||| % M
"Loan Act, 1921 (Second Session)," Series EV  30,000
I Revenue Act," R.S.B.C. 1924, Series EV.  150,000
On   October   15,   1955—j Revenue   Act,"   R.S.B.C. |j
1936, Series HT          200,000
On   February   1,   1956—" Revenue   Act,"   R.S.B.C. ||
1936, Series HK  I         227,000
On  February   15,   1956—" Revenue  Act,"   R.S.B.C. 1
1948, Series KE       1,500,000
Redemption of Treasury Bills to Federal Government         742,410
Redemption of Treasury Bill H.D.A. 18/1950, No. 2.__. 100,000
$5,241,410
Less recoverable:
Highway Development Fund:
Re   " Highway   Development   Act,"
Series JX   $1,150,000
Re "Revenue Act," Pt. Series KE___.      201,078
Re "Trans-Canada Highways Act,"
Series JW       250,000
$1,601,078
Re Treasury Bill HJXA. 18/1950, No.
1, paid from Vote 341         100,000
1,701,078
Total, Redemption of Debt     $3,540,332
Total, Public Debt, Vote 1   $15,349,564
Vote 2.
LEGISLATION
Members' Indemnities:
Code No.
016   Forty-eight @ $3,000 each        $144,000
016    Mileage  5 500
016   Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition  2,000
 LEGISLATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
' March 31,1955
$1,800
500
$153,800
T 5
$32,894
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 2.
LEGISLATION—Contfwtted
Members' Indemnities—Continued
Code No.
016   The Speaker, Sessional allowance	
016    Deputy Speaker, Sessional allowance	
Salaries:
Clerk of the House	
Assistant Clerk of the House	
Law Clerk 	
Sessional employees 	
$1,800
500
$153,800
$1,700
1,200
1,200
25,000
29,100
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  $4,500
017 Printing and publications  17,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,000
018 Select Standing Committees  1,000
jf 019    Dining-room   3,500
020    Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, membership fee   1,200
030   Incidentals and contingencies  1,000
# 29,200
Total of Vote 2       $212,100
Vote 3.
'" PREMIER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Premier 	
Executive Assistant	
Departmental Secretary	
Senior Stenographer	
Temporary assistance	
$9,000
8,760
3,060
2,700
400
(4) $23,920
Expenses:
Code No. « grwv
001 Office expense  ^°~"
002 Travelling expense  '
Total of Vote 3	
$32,520
 T 6
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$7,500
3,780
(2)      $11,280
1,000
2,800
$15,080
$9,060
5,184
4,644
3,780
6,756
3,252
2,520
2,118
4,692
1,578
3,000
(12)      $46,584
6,500
3,500
9,000
500
15,000
1,380
5,000
$87,464
$4,644
2,436
6,000
(2)      $13,080
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 4.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Agriculture
Secretary 	
$7,500
3,924
(2)  $11,424
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  800
002 Travelling expense   2,800
Total of Vote 4 	
Vote 5.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Agriculture  $9,060
Administrative Assistant  5,184
Research Assistant—Grade 3  	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,780
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  6,954
Departmental Secretary  3,252
Clerk-Stenographer   	
Clerk—Grade 1   2,166
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  5,416
Junior Clerk  1,668
Temporary assistance  	
(10)  $37,480
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  6,500
002 Travelling expense   3,500
017 Printing and publications  8,000
018 Advertising and publicity  500
019 Grants and subsidies  10,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  730
030    Incidentals and contingencies  5,000
Total of Vote 5	
Vote 6.
Markets Branch
Salaries:
Markets Commissioner   $4,800
Research Assistant—Grade 3   4,644
Economist     3,924
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,436
Temporary assistance   	
$15,024
71,710
(4) $15,804
 AGRICULTURE
T 7
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(5)
$200
1,500
1,500
$16,280
$5,856
10,368
5,376
47,436
19,332
6,120
2,760
8,874
5,000
(26)    $111,122
3,000
20,000
3,660
1,237
3,000
2,750
$144,769
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$6,192
4,992
2,520
1,980
(4)      $15,684
600
3,000
$19,284
Vote 6.
Markets Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   $500
002 Travelling expense  3 500
019    Grants and subsidies   1 000
Total of Vote 6 	
Vote 7.
Horticultural Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist   $6,072
Two Supervising Horticulturists  10,464
Horticulturist    j  5,376
Ten Agriculturists—Grade 3   45,432
Four Agriculturists—Grade 2  14,904
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   6,252
Senior Stenographer   2,820
Four Stenographers—Grade 2   9,288
Temporary assistance       	
(25) $100,608
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   3,750
002 Travelling expense   21,000
014    Rentals   3,660
004    Office furniture and equipment      	
016 Control of fruit and vegetable pests, diseases,
etc.     2,000
017 Seed and demonstration work   2,000
Total of Vote 7	
Vote 8.
Plant Pathology Branch
Salaries:
Plant Pathologist   $5>952
Assistant Plant Pathologist   4>644
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Stenographer—Grade 2   2'118
(4) $15,234
Expenses:
Code No. £^«
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense    ^^
Total of Vote 8 	
$20,804
133,018
18,834
 T 8
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditnre for
Piscal Year Ending
Marc* 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(2)
$5,280
1,500
(1)   $6,780
1,100
2,500
$10,380
$3,7d8
3,438
2,118
600
(3)   $9,864
600
3,500
135
$14,099
$6,672
5,184
5,952
47,208
4,644
4,356
4,644
9,474
6,888
3,576
Vote 9.
Entomology Branch
Salaries:
Entomologist   $5,280
Temporary assistance       	
(1)  $5,280
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   750
002 Travelling expense   3,000
Total of Vote 9 	
Vote 10.
Apiary Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Apiarist   $3,852
Inspector   3,504
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,028
Temporary assistance        	
2,868
2,340
2,616
2,298
(4)
8,646
(2)
3,876
8,000
(31)
$129,242
(3) $9,384
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   600
002 Travelling expense   4,000
004    Office furniture and equipment       	
Total of Vote 10	
Vote 11.
Live Stock Branch
Salaries:
Live Stock Commissioner and Chief Veterinary Inspector   $ 6,672
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner and Chief Veterinary Inspector  5,952
Animal Pathologist and Veterinary Inspector  5,952
Nine Veterinary Inspectors.  47,460
Recorder, Animal Brands. .  4,644
Supervisor, Cow-testing Associations  4,068
Live Stock Inspector  4,644
Three Brand Inspectors  9,666
Inspector, Cow-testing Associations  3,372
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Clerk—Grade 1   2,028
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,868
Laboratory Assistant  2,256
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,616
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Six Stenographers—Grade 2  13,062
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,800
Temporary assistance       	
(31) $120,636
$9,030
13,984
 AGRICULTURE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fifcal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$5,000
30,000
180
46,000
1,000
202
8,000
4,000
2,000
5,000
6,000
$236,624
$6,192
(5)
24,012
(1)
3,996
2,868
(8)  $37,068
1,000
10,000
1,500
$49,568
$6,192
4,644
(2) 6,558
2,520
2,340
5,000
(6)  $27,254
2,000
8,000
4,000
T 9
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
Vote 11.
Live Stock Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  ^S^^ $5 qqq
002 Travelling expense  .     ____ 30 000
014   Rentals   180
019 Grants and subsidies  50000
018    Transportation   1 000
004    Office furniture and equipment	
016   Tubercular and brucellosis cattle—compensation
and other expenses  8,000
022 Veterinary supplies and equipment .. 4,000
020 Veterinary assistance and fur-farming services  2,000
021 Purchase of sires .._._. 5,000
023 Artificial-insemination assistance   6,000
Total of Vote 11  .......^ H .       $231,816
Vote 12.
Dairy Branch
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner   $5,952
Four Dairy Inspectors—Grade 2  18,216
Two Dairy Inspectors—Grade 1 — 7,704
Senior Clerk-Stenographer -— 2,868
(8) $34,740
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1»000
002 Travelling expense  10,000
016    Equipment and machinery  i*500
Total of Vote 12	
47,240
Vote 13.
Poultry Branch
Salaries:
Poultry Commissioner j	
Agriculturist—Grade 3 (Poultry Inspector)..
Three Agriculturists—Grade 2 (Poultry Inspectors)..
Agriculturist—Grade 1 (Poultry Inspector)	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Temporary assistance 	
$5,088
10,716
3,000
2,520
2,436
(7) $23,760
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
014   Rentals 	
2,000
9,000
2,100
 T 10
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(2)
$1,200
80
$42,534
$6,192
4,992
8,280
2,868
1,000
(5)      $23,332
600
8,000
3,000
5,500
2,000
$42,432
3,000
$39,432
$4,644
2,256
(2)        $6,900
700
800
2,150
1,500
$12,050
Vote 13.
Poultry Branch—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
019    Grants and subsidies      	
004    Office furniture and equipment      	
Total of Vote 13           $36,860
Vote 14.
Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch
Salaries:
Field Crops Commissioner   $5,952
Assistant Field Crops Commissioner  4,644
Agriculturist—Grade 3   4,356
Agriculturist—Grade 2   3,780
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,868
Temporary assistance   	
(5) $21,600
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   600
002 Travelling expense   8,500
016 Seed    improvement — labour,   materials,   and
other expenses   2,500
017 Control of noxious  weeds—labour, materials,
and supplies   4,500
018 Field demonstration work   1,500
$39,200
Less proportion payable by Federal Government re control of noxious weeds  2,000
Total of Vote 14   37,200
Vote 15.
Farmers' Institutes
Salaries:
Superintendent    $4,644
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
(1) $4,644
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   700
002 Travelling expense  goo
019 Grants and subsidies   2,150
017 Expenses of Advisory Board   1,500
Total of Vote 15  9,794
 AGRICULTURE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
Fl£ch31,1955
T 11
$3,924
2,616
(2)       $6,540
900
1,600
2,500
3,500
4,000
(5)
$19,040
$6,192
4,644
19,908
2,160
5,000
(8)     $37,904
700
8,000
500
3,200
$50,304
3,500
$46,804
$6,672
16,704
73,800
(5)
19,188
(3)
9,120
(1)
2,616
2,520
17,070
6,984
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 16.
Salaries:
Superintendent  	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Women's Institutes
$3,924
2,616
(2) $6,540
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   900
002 Travelling expense   1 600
019    Grants and subsidies   2 500
017 Provincial conference and other expenses  500
018 Home Economics Short Course—expenses, etc.
Total of Vote 16 	
Vote 17.
Soil Survey Branch
Salaries:
Soil Surveyor   $5,952
Assistant Soil Surveyor  4,644
Agriculturist—Grade 3   4,356
Four Agriculturists—Grade 2   14,832
Clerk-Stenographer   2,340
Temporary assistance       	
(8) $32,124
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   700
002 Travelling expense   8,000
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
016    Equipment and machinery   2,500
$43,324
Less contribution from Federal Department
of Resources and Development   3,500
Total of Vote 17 	
Vote 18.
Agricultural Development and Extension
oalanes: ^^ ^tj
Director    16128
Three Supervising Agriculturists  }*>
Sixteen Agriculturists—Grade 3  |^™
Four Agriculturists—Grade 2  '
Two Agriculturists—Grade 1  ^^
Home Economist  5232
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1	
Clerk-Stenographer  "ll Q82
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2  y^
Four Stenographers—Grade 1	
$12,040
39,824
 T 12
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,938
6,500
(43)    $163,112
10,000
41,000
4,321
937
$219,370
$4,644
4,500
3,780
3,708
2,256
2,118
2,500
(6)      $23,506
2,500
6,500
525
1,000
$34,031
$4,644
2,436
500
(2)        $7,580
1,000
2,500
3,500
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 18.
Agricultural Development and Extension—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Junior Clerk 	
Temporary assistance
$1,980
(42) $149,508
Expenses:
Code No.
ft 001    Office expense j| 10,000
002    Travelling expense   41,000
014    Rentals  ||| 4,321
004   Office furniture and equipment  715
Total of Vote 18        $205,544
Vote 19. j|
Agricultural Engineering
Salaries:
Agricultural Extension Engineer  $4,800
Agricultural Extension Engineer  3,560
Agricultural Extension Engineer  	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,780
Clerk-Stenographer   2,3 40
Stenographer—Grade 2 I  2,208
Temporary assistance  	
(5) $16,688
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,500
002 Travelling expense  5,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  	
018 Field demonstration work  1,000
Total of Vote 19  25,188
Vote 20. ff
4-H Clubs
Salaries:
Supervisor  1  $4,644
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,436
Temporary assistance I  	
(2) $7,080
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense jj  1,000
002 Travelling expense  2,500
019 Grants, expenses of field-days, Provincial and
National contests, etc  3,000
 AGRICULTURE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
FMarch31,1955
T II
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March JI, 1956
$3,500
$18,080
1,750
$16,330
,316
5,000
5,088
12,636
2,616
4,596
(10)     $38,252
12,538
2,400
810
$54,000
53,990
Vote 20.
4-H Clubs—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No,
017    Prize awards to projects 	
$3,500
Less proportion paid by Federal Government
re prize awards	
Total of Vote 20
Vote 21.
Milk Board
Salaries:
Chairman   	
Two Members 	
Audit Accountant—Grade 4 	
Three Inspectors—Grade 2 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense
887    Casual labour	
040    Other expenses	
014    Rentals   	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Less estimated fees
Total of Vote 21
Vote 22.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance 	
Vote 23.
Code No.
029    Motor-vehicles and Accessories
Vote 24.
Code No.
019    Grants and Subsidies
Vote 25.
Code No.
020    Rebates on Stumping-powder
$17,080
1,750
$8,316
5,000
5,280
12,780
2,616
4,644
(10) $38,636
>
12,769
2,400
195
$54,000
53,990
$15,330
10
44,000
10,000
47,500
17,000
 T 14
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Iff                           $75,000
1                              45,000
Vote 26.
$75,000
45,000f|
Code No.
021    Subsidies on Agricultural Lime         	
Less proportion payable by Federal Govern-
Total of Vote 26          	
$30,000
$30,000 flfl
Vote 27.
$26,000
13,000
$36,000
18,000
Code No.
022    Federal-Provincial Farm Labour Service 	
Less proportion payable by Federal Government 	
Total of Vote 27    	
$18,000
13,000 flfl
Recoverable Expenditure
Vote 28.
i
$41,000
5,500
120,000?
2,500 m
$51,000
8,000
129,000
38,000
Farmers' Land-clearing Assistanci
Expenses:
Code No.
    Salaries and wages	
002   Travelling expense 	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  (including equipment rental)   	
016    Equipment and machinery         	
Revenue:
Estimated cash revenue   $114,000
Sale of used equipment        15,000
$226,000
$169,000
129,000
129,864
37,000
$166,864
111                  Total of Vote 28 	
$59,136
40,000 1
Vote 29.
$25,000
6,250
$50,000
12,500
Code No.
025    Farmers' Domestic Water Assistance	
Less estimated repayments 	
Total of Vote 29 	
$37,500
18,750 1
Vote 30.
Code No.
023    "Pound  District  Act"   (R.S.B.C.   1948,   Chap.
26 (2)) 	
259,   Sec.
$750
750 1
$47,000
5,000
Vote 31.
$47,000
5,000
Code No.
024    "Grasshopper-control   Act"    (R.S.B.C.    1948,
Chap. 137, Sec. 9 (1)) ...
Less refund of unexpended advances
Total of Vote 31 .	
$42,000
42,000 1
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,200
$1,286,235
$7,500
4,212
3,060
500
$75,210
7,500
1,500
690
$84,900
T 15
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 32.
a
Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap.
200, Sec. 14) 	
$1,200
Total, Department of Agriculture    $1,207,450
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Vote 33.
Attorney-General's Office
Salaries:
Attorney-General  I  $7,500
Secretary   4.212
Legal Stenographer  3,060
Temporary assistance	
(3)  $14,772
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expenses  1,500
002 Travelling expense   4,000
Total of Vote 33	
Vote 34.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General  $9,960
Assistant Deputy Attorney-General  9,060
Legislative Counsel   8,736
Departmental Solicitor  6,672
Assistant Departmental Solicitor.  5>088
Departmental Comptroller  4,992
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4'212
Six Legal Stenographers  15>900
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  2,934
Clerk—Grade 2  ^,568
Clerk—Grade 1   2>118
Temporary assistance	
(16) $72,240
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  8,000
002 Travelling expense  1,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  560
Total of Vote 34	
$20,272
82,300
 T 16
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$7,440
5,952
3,780
3,576
3,252
2,928
5,700
4,512
4,056
1,716
1,620
1,488
1,000
(15)      $47,020
3,300
500
1,160
$51,980
$6,500
5,184
3,780
3,576
2,868
8,830
1,980
1,668
900
(11)      $35,336
9,000
2,000
345
$46,681
150
$46,531
Vote 35.
Companies Office
Salaries:
Registrar of Companies	
Deputy Registrar of Companies	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 —	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Clerk-Typist  |
Temporary assistance	
$7,440
5,952
3,780
3,576
3,252
2,928
5,736
4,464
4,236
1,620
1,716
1,896
(15) $46,596
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   3,200
002 Travelling expense  500
004    Office furniture and equipment  900
Total of Vote 35  I	
Vote 36.
Insurance Office and Real Estate Office
Salaries:
Superintendent of Insurance and Real Estate  $6,500
Inspector of Insurance and Real Estate  5,184
Senior Clerk—Grade   1   (Deputy Superintendent  of
Insurance)     3,780
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,868
Clerk-Stenographer   2,256
Four Stenographers—Grade 2  9,150
Clerk—Grade 1  .  1,980
Clerk-Typist   1,758
Temporary assistance        	
(12) $37,052
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  8,000
002 Travelling expense   2,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  340
$47,392
Less sale of Acts, forms, etc  50
Total of Vote 36	
$51,196
47,342
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
T 17
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
$5,856
5,376
2,208
2,256
300
(4)     $15,996
1,400
1,650
$19,046
$4,644
8,424
2,580
2,436
350
(5)     $18,434
1,000
5,000
635
$25,069
$6,672
5,376
4,644
4,644
8,280
13,992
2,928
2,760
2,298
1,716
(!3)     $53,310
6,500
18,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
Marcft 31,1956
Vote 37.
Securities Office
Salaries:
Superintendent of Brokers   $5 072
Deputy Superintendent of Brokers   5568
Clerk-Stenographer   2 298
Clerk—Grade 1   2 340
Temporary assistance 	
11 (4) $16,278
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   1,200
002 Travelling expense  f  1,650
Total of Vote 37 	
Vote 38.
I Credit Unions Act "
Salaries:
Inspector  .  $4,644
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2 — |  8,424
Clerk-Stenographer  . -  2,580
Clerk—Grade 2  -  2£S20
Temporary assistance      	
(5) $18,168
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense    1,200
002 Travelling expense   5,000
004    Office furniture and equipment   720
Total of Vote 38	
Vote 39.
" Fire Marshal Act "
Salaries:
Fire Marshal -  $6'672
Deputy Fire Mafsnal  5,376
Chief Investigator  4,428
Head Instructor       1
Inspector and Supervisor of Travelling Unit  4,644
Four Instructors, Travelling Unit  ^'^e
Three Inspectors  '
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,928
Senior Stenographer  jag*
Stenographer—Grade 2  I.-
Stenographer—Grade 1   I
(15) $58,746
Expenses:
Code No.           #                                             I 6500
001 Office expense  lg QQ0
002 Travelling expense	
$19,128
25,088
 T 18
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
$2,000
300
3,600
2,700
500
500
300
$87,710
$4,800
6;072
3,996
2,520
300
(5)      $17,688
725
50
500
25
$18,988
$6,672
11,916
13,404
3,372
2,520
1,716
2,028
3,750
(12)      $45,378
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 39. m_
" Fire Marshal Act "—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No-                                    M^^^l^^^^^m JL !
016 Equipment and machinery  ....—.—^7.-vt^ $2,000
004   Office furniture and equipment ^^^^^^^ 200
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories ^g&^^i 2,600
017 Fire reports—fees and expenses. ^il^^SP 2,700
018 Fire inquiries and investigations  500
020   Educational information ... 500
030 Incidentals and contingencies ig^ 300
031 Examination of projectionists . 3,847
Total of Vote 39  .,- I iil..I.--. .	
$95,893
Vote 40.
Censor of Moving Pictures
Salaries:
Censor  I pSti
Two Assistant Censors _. _____^f*
Projectionist-Cutter __-__ | 1 ... ..lilki..
Clerk-Stenographer  •_ ___._.___„._.
Temporary assistance  | „_— .....
$4,356
6,072
3,996
2,520
(5) $16,944
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  725
002 Travelling expense __-_L___:.__..:_^:_____si_____.. 50
016    Machine supplies, etc \:____ :__„_:_____' _„___ 500
004    Office furniture and equipment „_: _-.._.____..__-      B .
021    Projection equipment   8,000
Total of Vote 40 _„
26,219
Vote 41.
Sheriffs' Offices
(a) Vancouver (Code 04101)
Salaries:
Sheriff   1  $6,672
Two Deputy Sheriffs  7,848
Four Bailiffs  .  13,716
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,570
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade  1    2,616
Stenographer—Grade 1  1,800
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists   3,288
Temporary   Process - servers,   Ushers,   and
County Court Bailiffs   4,500
(12)  $44,010
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
* March 31,1955
$2,500
3,500
125
$51,503
$4,644
3,636
2,478
2,256
(4)     $13,014
1,000
2,000
25
$16,039
$15,000
$15,000
$82,542
$6,552
(3)
11,124
6,636
(2)
5,988
2,520
2,796
16,446
495
(N)     $52,557
ATTORNEY-GENERAL
SERVICE
Vote 41.
Sheriffs' Offices—Continued
(a) Vancouver—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $2 250
002 Travelling expense   3^500
004   Office furniture and equipment  200
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   2,200
Total, Vancouver Office
(b) Victoria (Code 04102)
Salaries:
Sheriff    ..... j  $5,184
Deputy  Sheriff   |  3,924
Clerk—Grade 2  ]  2,616
Stenographer—Grade 2  $ . 2,340
(4) $14,064
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total, Victoria Office ..,.
1,200
2,000
350
(c) Sundry Sheriffs (Code 04103)
Expenses:
Code No.
888   Allowances
001    Expenses   ~
I
$16,000
Total, Sundry Sheriffs
Total of Vote 41
Vote 42.
Official Administrator
Salaries:
Official Administrator 	
Deputy Official Administrator	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer   	
Clerk—Grade 2  j	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2	
Temporary assistance 	
T 19
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$52,160
:■•,■■•,    ;-
17,614
16,000
$6,672
4,992
7,764
6,768
3,252
2,436
2,868
2,076
16,668
(18) $53,496
$85,774
 C-20
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
'Expenditure for
fiscal Year Ending
-March 31,1955
$3,500
600
$56,657
$4,644
3,780
(2) 7,152
<2) 6,120
2,160
(3) 6,708
1,578
1,668
1,200
(12)      $35,010
2,000
500
415
*$37,925
$3,060
2,868
150
(2)        $6,078
500
$6,578
$8,016
3,060
(2)      $11,076
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ehding
March 31,1956
Vote 42.
Official Administrator—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
004   Office furniture and equipment	
$3,500
600
Total of Vote 42
Vote 43.
Official Committee
Salaries:
Official Committee  . r. —
Supervisor, Insane Esfetes Branch -	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist  	
Temporary assistance  HH B
$6,192
4,644
3,996
10,662
3,060
2,256
8,970
1,758
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense 	
004   Office furniture and equipment
(13) $41,53®
2,000
500
300-
Total of Vote 43
Vote 44.
Official Guardian
Salaries-:
Official Guardian I
Senior Clerk-Stenographer
Temporary assistance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
$3,060
2,868
(2) $5,928
500
Total of Vote 44
Vote 45.
Land Registry Offices
(a) Headquarters (Code 04501)
Salaries:
Inspector of Legal Offices _.—        $8,016
Legal Stenographer        3,660
(2) $11,076
* Included under Department of Municipal Affairs, 1954-55.
$57,596
44,338
6,428
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal fear Endkig
Marth 31,1955
$400
500
$11,976
$5,280
4,644
3,780
11,256
13,776
5,750
10,182
2,118
6,200
300
(20)     $63,286
8,000
2,600
$73,886
$4,992
(3)
4,068
4,068
10,746
(2)
(2)
5,268
4,104
300
(10)     $33,546
3,500
225
$37,271
SERVICE
Vote 45.
^, Land Registry Offices—Continued
(a) Headquarters—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense          $400
002 Travelling expense  500
Total, Headquarters	
(b) Kamloops (Code 04502)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 2  $5,280
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 2  4,644
Land Surveyor—Grade 2 .  3,924
Senior Examiner of Titles  3,996
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1  11,196
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  13,782
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1  5,400
Four Clerks—Grade 2  10,002
Clerk-Stenographer   2,298
Three Stenographers—Grade 2  6,660
Temporary assistance      	
(21) $67,182
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
8,000
2,175
Total, Kamloops Land Registry Office
(c) Nelson (Code 04503)
Salaries:
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 4  $4,992
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 1  4,068
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 1  4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  4>068
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  7,020
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   2,700
Clerk—Grade 2  2>520
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,160
1 5.78
Stenographer—Grade 1          1>J,°
Temporary assistance —	
(10) $33,174
Expenses:
Code No. « «qq
001    Office expense        3t/"
004    Office furniture and equipment         1>uuu
Total, Nelson Land Registry Office	
T 2*
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$11,976
77,357
37,874
 T 22
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$6,432
4,800
4,644
12,348
(6)
21,960
31,284
2,700
(1)
2,568
(6)
12,114
1,536
3,294
1,800
(32)    $105,480
11,725
3,020
$120,225
$4,992
3,636
3,576
1,800
1,578
240
900
(5)      $16,722
1,800
90
$18,612
$7,440
4,992
4,644
4,284
11,844
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 45.
Land Registry Offices—Continued
(d) New Westminster (Code 04504)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 3  $6,432
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3  4,800
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2  4,644
Three Examiners of Titles  12,492
Seven Senior Clerks  25,800
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  31,734
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  2,700
Two Clerks—Grade 2  4,872
Five Clerks—Grade 1  10,320
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,578
Two Clerk-Typists  3,516
Temporary assistance      	
(33)  $108,888
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense .       12,700
004   Office furniture and equipment         2,000
Total,  New Westminster Land  Registry
Office    .       $ 123,588
(e) Prince Rupert (Code 04505)
Salaries:
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 4  $4,992
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,120
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2   3,576
Two Clerks—Grade 2   4,956
Clerk—Grade  1    2,028
Stenographer—Grade 1  %  1,578
Temporary assistance      	
Special living allowance   1,260
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
004   Office furniture and equipment
(7) $21,510
2,000
365
Total, Prince Rupert Land Registry Office
(/) Vancouver (Code 04506)
Salaries:
Land Registrar—Grade 4  $7,440
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 4  4,992
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2   4,644
Chief Clerk   4,572
Three Examiners of Titles  12,204
23,875
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
* March 31,1955
(8)
$29,448
(10)
33,954
(4)
11,076
(3)
H7'392
(6)
12,024
2,340
2,028
(1)
1,488
(3)
5,820
1,300
(44)
$140,074
(6)
(1)
11,000
920
$151,994
$4,800
4,644
4,644
8,280
22,392
31,232
17,034
1,536
2,436
1,800
2,076
(30)    $100,874
T 23
6,500
3,075
720
$111,169
$525,133
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 45.
R Land Registry Offices—Continued
(/) Vancouver—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Ten Senior Clerks—Grade 1   $37,368
Eight Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2   26,910
Eight Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   21,600
Four Clerks—Grade 2  9 Q84
Clerk—Grade 1   \ 930
Clerk-Stenographer     2,436
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,118
Three Clerk-Typists   5,136
Junior Clerk   1,980
Temporary assistance 	
(44) $142,464
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense       11,000
004   Office furniture and equipment        1,335
Total, Vancouver Land Registry Office....      $154,799
{g) Victoria (Code 04507)
Salaries:
Deputy Land Registrar—Grade 3   $4,800
Land Registry Surveyor—Grade 2   4,644
Chief Clerk    4,644
Two Examiners of Titles  8,424
Six Senior Clerks—Grade 1   22,680
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2   31,668
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   14,364
Clerk—Grade 2   2,436
Clerk—Grade  1    2,208
Junior Clerk  -     	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,464
Stenographer—Grade 1      	
Typist      	
Messenger           wf<
(30) $101,727
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense         ^jj"
004   Office furniture and equipment        3,200
014   Rentals    720
Total, Victoria Land Registry Office         112,147
\ xr \   A< "•   : ■ 4        $541,616
Total of Vote 45	
 T 24
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscaflifear Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
$4,992
4,068
3,060
1,200
(4)      $13,320
850
$14,170
$4,068
1,668
(2)        $5,736
400
$6,136
$5,376
4,644
7,152
2,436
1,668
1,620
(7)      $22,896
2,200
2,000
$27,096
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 46.
Suprjbme 4ND County Courts
■■.Jfil.    (a) Nanaimo (Code 04601)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 2  |  $4,992 ,|g||        J|
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 2  —- 4,212
Legal Stenographer  3,060
Clerk—Grade 2   2,478
Clerk  -  1,200
(5)  $15,942      I
Expenses:
Code No. ||j||
HOOl    Office expense          1,000   "'      j-JB
004    Office furniture and equipment  80
Total,   Nanaimo   Supreme   and   County
Courts    ...  $ 17,022
J       JI (b) Nelson (Code 04602)
fJ^Jaries:
Court Registrar      	
B Stenographer—Grade 1        $1,716
(1) $1,716
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   400
Total, Nelson Supreme and County Courts 2,116
(c) New Westminster (Code 04603)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 3  $4,572
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 1  4,644
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2.____  7,152
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
Two Clerks—Grade 1  4,056
Clerk-Typist 	
(7) $22,944
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense        2,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  935
Total, New Westminster Supreme
and County Courts HI  26,379
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
T 25
Estimated
Expenditure for
F& Year Ending
March 31,1955
$7,440
4,992
4,284
(2)
7,184
(7)
24,108
(2)
■ 5'700
(10)
25,974
(3)
6,534
(7)
19,770
2,386
(3)
5,412
1,600
(38)   $115,384
*    15,275
2,935
$5,280
4,428
6,888
5,358
11,700
2,700
1,488
1,000
(12)     $38,842
5,000
1,875
$45,717
$4,068
2,616
0)       $6,684
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 46.
Supreme and County Courts—Continued
(d) Vancouver (Code 04604)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 5  $7,440
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 3  4,992
Chief Clerk   4 428
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,068
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1  11,196
Eight Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  25,902
Six Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1  17,046
Four Clerks—Grade 2 .  10,230
Two Clerks—Grade 1 ...  3,960
Eight Legal Stenographers  22,656
Clerk-Stenographer .  2,478
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,194
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,668
Temporary assistance     	
(39) $120,258
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense       18,000
004    Office furniture and equipment        3,000
Total,  Vancouver Supreme and County
Courts        $141,258
(e) Victoria (Code 04605)
Salaries:
Court Registrar—Grade 4   $5,472
Deputy Court Registrar—Grade 3   4,572
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 _--.  7,020
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   5,544
Four Legal Stenographers   11,880
Clerk—Grade 2   2,796
Clerk-Typist     1>620
Temporary assistance      	
(12) $38,904
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  !       5'200
004    Office furniture and equipment        1,500
014   Rentals     %   432
Total,   Victoria   Supreme   and   County
r-y       4. - 46,036
Courts  	
(/) Chilliwack (Qpde 04606)
Salaries: ^8
Court Registrar—Grade 1      **'£*
Senior Clerk-Stenographer        ^°
(2) $6,726
 T 26
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(5)
(6)
(32)
(12)
(15)
(33)
(4)
(2)
(6)
$1,000
730
$8,414
$4,000
2,640
1,685
$8,325
$243,452
$50,500
1,200
20,000
2,000
$73,700
$6,072
5,280
22,716
20,052
36,900
20,226
107,802
36,582
39,810
72,642
2,796
2,256
12,114
8,976
3,828
10,200
15,690
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 46.
Supreme and County Courts—Continued
(/) Chilliwack—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense          $835
004   Office furniture and equipment  .65
Total,  Chilliwack Supreme  and  County
Courts     $7,626
(g) Sundry Courts Other than Above (Code 04607)
Code No.
001    Office expense       $4,000
014    Rentals         2,670
004    Office furniture and equipment         1,060
Total,    Sundry    Supreme    and    County
Courts   7,730
Total of Vote 46        $248,167
Vote 47.
Official Stenographers
Salaries   \ -         $51,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   1,200
016   Sundry reporters and transcripts   22,500
004   Office furniture and equipment ____.  2,800
Total of Vote 47  .  77,500
Vote 48. 4
Motor-vehicle Branch
Salaries:
Superintendent    $6,312
Deputy Superintendent  5,472
Five Chief Clerks  23,220
Four Senior Clerks—Grade 2  16,416
Ten Senior Clerks—Grade 1  .  36,852
Eight Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  27,768
Thirty-three Examiners of Drivers  113,154
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1  26,652
Seventeen Clerks—Grade 2   46,326
Thirty-one Clerks—Grade 1   69,276
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,868
Senior Stenographer  2,340
Five Clerk-Stenographers   12,246
Six Stenographers—Grade 2  13,170
Five Stenographers—Grade 1  9,240
Three Stenographers—Grade Ia  5,358
Nine Graphotype Operators   16 662
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 27
(22)
(41)
$39,042
67,746
2,028
40,000
2,000
(212) $574,758
85,585
18,600
100,792
7,500
1,000
66,506
22,000
1,000
$877,741
65,000
$812,741
$956,000
$35,000
$20,000
165,000
100,000
$285,000
$7,728
8,016
4,800
2,700
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 48.
Motor-vehicle Branch—Continued       ' :iff.
Salaries—Continued
Twenty-five Junior Clerks  $44 g9g
Thirty-seven Clerk-Typists   62334
Stockman   2 436
Temporary assistance 	
Overtime for staff during rush period  2,000
(212) $545,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  71,560
002 Travelling expense   19,000
014   Rentals and temporary office space re drivers'
examinations   4,770
004    Office furniture and equipment  6,535
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  4,300
018    Equipment and materials   1,000
016 Plates and badges, etc.   66,500
017 Remuneration to municipalities re issuance of
licences    22,000
030 Incidentals and Contingencies  1,000
$741,665
Less sundry credits   400
Total of Vote 48        $741,265
Vote 49.
Code No.
020 Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police jj         956,000
Vote 50.
Code No. acnnft
021 Sundry Incidental Police Expenses  "'wu
Vote 51.
Doukhobor Affairs
Code No. *19 ^/xfl
022 (a) Doukhobor rehabilitation          mono
023 (b) Doukhobor guards, etc  IA™
024 (c) Maintenance of Doukhobor children  bU>uuu
I   r „ ,        '. I          197,500
Total of Vote 51 	
Vote 52.
 ' Corrections Office
Salaries:                                                                        _____ $7>728
Inspector of Gaols  8 016
Gaol Surgeon   4 gQO
Protestant Chaplain 1 2700
Roman Catholic Chaplain (part time) 	
 T 2$
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$3,924
3,924
4,000
2,796
2.400
(9)      $40,288
700
1,800
3,400
200
$46,388
3,400
$42,983
$35,748
5,000
(11)      $40,748
700
500
1,000
4,000
1,500
12,000
2,800
250
500
600
200
500
100
300
$65,698
1,000
$64,698
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 52.
Corrections Office—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Psychologist     $4,068
Librarian   4,068
Staff Lecturer   4,000
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 _„  2,940
Psychiatrist -  2,400
(9) $40,720
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   660
002 Travelling expense  1,800
018    Gaol libraries  3,400
004    Office furniture and equipment  100
031    Parole Board  2,870
S $49,550
Less credits from gaols   3,400
Total of Vote 52 	
Vote 53.
Salaries:
Sundry employees 	
Temporary assistance
Nelson Gaol
$42,308
(13) $42,308
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  600
002 Travelling expense  .  475
018 Maintenance of building and grounds  400
006    Heat, light, power, and water  4,500
017    Medical supplies  1,500
010 Provisiaos and catering  9,000
009   Clothing and uniforms  2,725
011 Laundry and dry goods  100
020   Transportation   100
012 Good Conduct Fund   600
004    Office furniture and equipment  200
016    Equipment and machinery   150
019 Library   100
030    Incidentals and contingencies   300
I      I $63,058
Less miscellaneous receipts ffl  1,500
Total of Vote 53 	
$46,150
61,558
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 29
$846,487
20,013
(276)   $866,500
10,000
1     6,000
m    50°
If i5,ooo
m 90,000
15,000
15,000
210,000
99,000
20,150
10,000
3,900
2,500
33,000
2,000
30,000
2,700
50,000
50,500
20,000
2,000
$1,553,750
140,000
$1,413,750
$92,300
3,750
(29)     $96,050
1,600
1,800
2,200
2,300
1,500
23,500
9,900
5,000
4,100
100
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 54.
Oakalla Prison Farm
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $921 846
Temporary assistance  _,._	
J» <294> $921,846
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  8 000
002 Travelling expense  g qoO
013    Printing and publications   200
018 Maintenance of building and grounds  15,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water |  90,000
008 Medical services   15,000
017    Medical supplies I  15,000
010 Provisions and catering  240,000
009 Clothing and uniforms   102,000
011 Laundry and dry goods §  20,000
020 Transportation    26,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,400
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   2,500
016    Equipment and machinery  20,250
019 Library  .  2,000
012 Good Conduct Fund .— 30,000
021 Supplies for training -—. — 2,700
022 Farm operations  50,000
023 Sheet-metal plant ....  60,500
025   Group work programme -.— — \—
030 Incidentals and contingencies  j m 1,500
$1,632,396
Less estimated receipts  200,000
Total of Vote 54  m    $1,432,396
Vote 55.
Unit for Young Offenders
Salaries:
Sundry employees	
Temporary assistance ~
(25)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 	
018    Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
008 Medical services 	
017    Medical supplies	
010 Provisions and catering	
009 Clothing and uniforms 	
011 Laundry and dry goods	
020   Transportation  	
004   Office furniture and equipment	
$81,500
$81,500
1,000
1,500
1,200
2,300
500
23,500
7,900
5,000
4,100
200
 T 30
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$600
350
2,700
15,400
450
4,000
350
$171,900
1,500
$170,400
(48) $133,200
1,050
600
2,500
5,000
1,500
2,500
18,000
3,200
3,500
2,000
1,215
4,400
500
2,200
1,500
500
335
$183,700
1,000
$182,700
$52,989
2,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 55.
Unit for Young Offenders—Continued
(16)      $54,989
Vote 57.
Salaries  	
Special living allowance
Prince George Women's Gaol
$53,416
1,885
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
016    Equipment and machinery   $600
019    Library           H
012    Good Conduct Fund   2,700                 %
023 Vocational shop   12,100
024 School supplies   450
025 Group work programme  4,000
030    Incidentals and contingencies   350
^^^p: $148,900                 ||
Less estimated receipts   500
Total of Vote 55        $148,400
Vote 56.
Women's Gaol
Salaries:
Sundry employees  (40)       $118,735
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,050 %.
002 Travelling expense   600
018 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  2,500
006    Heat, light, power, and water I  5,000
008 Medical services .._..  4,000
017    Medical supplies  .  2,500
010 Provisions and catering  22,000
009 Clothing and uniforms ,.  3,200
011 Laundry and dry goods  5,000
020   Transportation  3,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  750
016    Equipment and machinery   4,400
019 Library     500
012 Good Conduct Fund   2,200
024 Supplies for training   1,500
025 Recreational facilities and supplies   500
030    Incidentals and contingencies   100
' $177,535 f(
Less estimated receipts   4,000
Total of Vote 56 ft.    173,535
(17)  $55,301
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 31
$700
500
300
1,600
6,000
1,800
1,000
14,000
1,700
850
1,100
120
1,200
200
650
100
200
$87,009
(10)  $32,416
400
800
1,100
500
260
16,000
1,380
1,000
250
150
50
380
200
$54,886
8,000
$46,886
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 57.
Prince George Women's Gaol—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   $ic\(\
002 Travelling expense   cqq
023 Occupational therapy   3qq
018 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  l 300
006    Heat, light, power, and water  6'ooo
008 Medical services   1 800
017    Medical supplies  \ q00
010 Provisions and catering  14 qoO
009 Clothing and uniforms  „  1 655
011 Laundry and dry goods „  850
020   Transportation     1,100
004    Office furniture and equipment  	
012 Good Conduct Fund   1,200
024 Supplies for training   100
016    Equipment and machinery  .	
019 Library    ,. ,___„  200
030   Incidentals and contingencies .  200
fj§L...., Total of Vote 57  I	
Vote 58. 1
Prince George Men's Gaol
Salaries    $71,312
Special living allowance   2,400
(23) $73,712
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,850
002 Travelling expense   4,000
018 Maintenance of buildings and grounds   2,700
006    Heat, light, power, and water  ,-— 22,200
008 Medical services  -.----- 2,700
017    Medical supplies   1'000
010 Provisions and catering   26,500
009 Clothing and uniforms  -. 8>025
011 Laundry and dry goods  1'500
020 Transportation    2fiW
012 Good Conduct Fund   1>000
019 Library     40
004 I Office furniture and equipment       —- --~~
016 | Equipment and machinery   - 12>25®
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories        ]     4>^jj
021 Supplies for training   .
030 Incidentals and contingencies  	
.%     ■ $- •'$' Wk    $165,637
• f                                                   12,000
Less estimated receipts         _
Total of Vote 58 jg -.-5 \	
$86,206
153,637
 T 32
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
.Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$27,380
2,700
(9)      $30,080
400
600
650
2,200
H 1,000
8,000
1,700
100
910
650
600
50
ioa
$47,040
5,000
$42,040
$5,760
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,068
4,068
4,068
3,570
3,696
22,116
3,510
(16)      $63,6S6
1,050
730
675
7,050
1,700
350
9,000
2,400
Vote 59.
Kamloops Gaol
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $32,696
Temporary assistance       	
li ' (10)  $32,696
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   400
002 Travelling expense    600
018 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  900
006    Heat, light, power, and water  2,200
017    Medical supplies and services   #00
010    Provisions and catering  7,<8flQ
009    Clothing and unif-Srafts   1,SJ5
020    Transportation       225
004    Office furniture and equipment  :_„  200
012    Good Conduct Fund   650
016    Equipment and machinery  .— 500
019 Library     $0
030   Incidentals and contingencies  75
$48,221
Less estimated receipts   6,550
Total of Vote 59 f Sj	
Vote 60.
New Haven
Salaries:
Director 	
Housemaster  _	
Bursar 	
Chief Supervisor 	
Manual Arts Instructor	
Metal Arts Instructor	
Cook Instructor 	
Farm Instructor 	
Social Service Worker	
Six Supervisors	
Hospital Supervisor 	
Sundry employees 	
$5,760
4,644
4,068
4,068
4,068
4,068
4,068
3,708
3,852
21,732
3,642
9,180
(19) $72,858
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,090
002 Travelling expense   680
018    Maintenance of buildings and grounds .  700
006    Heat, light, power, and water 1  6,800
008 Medical services  l,70u
017    Medical supplies  * .  350
010   Provisions and catering  9,000
009 Clothing and uniforms  4,008
$41,671
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
WMarch31,1955
T 33
$2,100
6,150
250
2,000
300
2,000
250
1,100
4,800
1,375
$106,916
1,600
$105,316
$4,722
36,396
(3) 9,882
2,340
8,424
7,344
(18)     $69,108
3,840
16,900
2,160
2,983
3,900
$98,891
1,380
$97,511
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 60.
M New Haven—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
011 Laundry and dry goods  $2 200
016 Maintenance and operation of equipment  6,900
020 Transportation   250
025 Earnings  2 000
004 Office furniture and equipment  200
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
019 Library  Egg  250
024 Education _■_ __, g|  1 150
026 Farm operation   4 550
027 Parole Board i § 3
$114,686
Less estimated receipts ...._  1,400
__—_—______ fm    i     j
Total of Vote 60       $113,286
Vote 61.
B.C. Correctional Institution
Code No.
.     Salaries          $21,984
031    Expenses  44,000
Total of Vote 61   65,984
Vote 62.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance, Gaols         100,000
Vote 63.
Probation Office
Salaries:
Chief Assistant Probation Officer I — $4,896
Nine Assistant Probation Officers—Grade 2 g  37,044
Eight Assistant Probation Officers—Grade 1   26,772
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2,436
Four Stenographers—Grade 2  8>248
Temporary assistance       	
(23) $79,396
Expenses:
Code No. nn
001 Office expense   *»"""
002 Travelling expense  I'rnt
014    Rentals   2,22J:
004    Office furniture and equipment  240
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  3>    °
$107,056
1 380
Less estimated receipts || 1   fg
: Total of Vote 63         I05'676
 T 34
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$302,581
2,760
(86) $305,341
30,465
101,950
3,000
14,720
7,380
830
12,815
H 5'910
4,500
$486,911
500
$486,411
$82,836
16,000
(22)  $98,836
4,800
30,650
II 1>275
2,000
9,100
m 7'500
20,000
$174,161
10,320
$163,841
$22,996
2,475
120
(5)      $25,591
Game Branch
Vote 64.
Administration Division
Salaries    $294,700
Special living allowance   3,480
(83) $298,180
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   32,900
002 Travelling expense   97,400
021    Advertising and publicity   3,500
014    Rentals   14,845
009    Clothing and uniforms   7,100
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,370
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   23,700
016    Equipment and machinery   10,000
023    Game Convention  4,500
$493,495
Less miscellaneous receipts   1,500
Total of Vote 64       $491,995
Vote 65.
Fisheries Management Division
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $90,876
Temporary assistance       	
(24) $90,876
Expenses:
Code No.
|| 001    Office expense   3,500
002   Travelling expense   24,700
009    Clothing and uniforms   1,200
004    Office furniture and equipment   1,100
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   10,700
021 Trout-food     11,000
022 Repairs to hatcheries, equipment, etc.  25,900
$168,976
Less miscellaneous receipts  16,000
Total of Vote 65          152,976
Vote 66.
Game Management Division
Salaries:
Sundry employees   $26,784
Temporary assistance 	
Special living allowance   120
(6) $26,904
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,255
10,350
325
425
1,500
1,380
1,000
35,000
$76,826
$42,804
600
(12)  $43,404
1,400
29,900
120
1,200
6,950
1,500
47,500
6,050
4,600
$142,624
$50,000
80,000
120,000
500
11,000
6,000
2,000
$269,500
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SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Game Branch—Continued
Vote 66.
Game Management Division—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   $1,825
002 Travelling expense  11,300
009 Clothing and uniforms  310
004 Office furniture and equipment  675
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  5,000
016 Equipment and machinery   1,930
031 Hire of aircraft   3,500
022 Game propagation   28,000
Total of Vote 66	
$79,444
Vote 67.
Destruction of Predatory Animals and Birds
Salaries   	
Special living allowance
$46,860
720
(13) $47,580
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   2,400
002 Travelling expense   32,100
014    Rentals   120
009    Clothing and uniforms  1,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  150
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  9,000
016    Equipment and machinery   2,750
021 Bounties   28,000
022 Food for dogs, supplies, etc.   6,250
030 Incidentals and contingencies   4,600
Total of Vote 67 	
134,450
Vote 68.
Administration of Justice
Code No.
020 Summoning and paying witnesses   $50,000
021 Jurors (including drawing panels, etc.)   80,000
022 Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.)  —. 120,000
023 Interpreters   600
024 Stipendiary Magistrates   11,000
025 Contingencies arising out of prosecutions  10,000
026 Judges' library  2,000
Total of Vote 6S 	
273,600
 T 36                                     ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56                                                    j|
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
ecu \nnvi                                        Fiscal Year Ending
M1K V1UH                                             March 31I 1956 *
$8,500
3,000
100
Vote 69.
Crown Prosecutor's Office
Salaries:
Crown Prosecutor            $8,500
Legal Stenographer              3,060
Temnorarv assistance                           - -*_-_«--.—^_J_.      I	
(2)      $11,600
800
300
200
(2) $11,560
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  pj               900
002 Travelling expense   ~*.~               300
004   Office furniture and eauinment            	
$12,900
Total of Vote 69 _  | 1	
Vote 70.
$12,760 jK|
$1,500
Code No.
020   Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation  -	
1,500 §|||
Vote 71.
$43,000
Code No.
021    Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries  .	
Vote 72.
43,000 Elf
$5,000
Code No.
022   Narcotic Drug Treatment ____.	
45,000 flnf
Vote 73.
Code No.
023 Alcoholic Treatment  - gyi	
Vote 74.
Code No.
024 Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs	
$30,000
42,750 SB
$10,000
10,000 9B|
Vote 75.
Code No.
025    Magistrates' Convention 	
Vote 76.
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance (Other than Gaols)	
$10,000
10,000 jHpl
	
70,000 flg
Vote 77.
$13,000
Code No.
030 Incidentals and Contingencies
Vote 78.
Code No.
031 In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight and Express
Rates 	
13,000 mm
$10,000
10,000 KB
Vote 79.
$7,500
Code No.
032   "Court of Appeal Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 74, Sec. 5a)
6,500   l||
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 37
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$9,500
$15,000
$22,000
$7,050,724
(1)
$7,500
3,636
(2)     $11,136
920
2,500
$14,556
$9,360
6,432
4,500
4,396
3,186
3,060
2,616
2,076
1,620
500
(9)     $37,746
2,000
3,000
460
Vote 80.
Code No.
033 % Supreme Court Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 73, Sec. 5 (3))
Vote 81.
Code No.
034 I County Courts Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 75, Sec. 6 (6))
Vote 82.
Code No.
035 "Magistrates Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 195, Sec. 14)	
$9,500
15,000
23,000
Total, Department of the Attorney-General §        $7,331,596
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vote 83. #    #
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Education  $7,500
Secretary  )  3,780
(2) $11,280
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   920
002 Travelling expense   3,000
Total of Vote 83 	
Vote 84. #
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education — $9,360
Co-ordinator of Departmental Services  7,440
Co-ordinator of Administration  6>912
Supervisor of School Plans  4>992
Assistant Supervisor of School Plans  4>140
3 570
Draughtsman   '
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,312
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2   3,060
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2,616
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 1 2,748
Two Stenographers—Grade 2   '
Stenographer—Grade 1   '
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance	
(14) $56,040
Expenses:
Code No. 2 000
001 Office expense ~~™-  3000
002 Travelling expense 1 —  '462
004    Office furniture and equipment M	
$15,200
 T 38
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$4,000
250
$47,456
Vote 84.
General Administration—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
017    Preparation of standard school plans 	
020    Board of Reference—remuneration and expenses
$8,520
6,432
4,722
3,000
2,700
2,520
2,256
4,776
300
(10)      $35,226
2,400
2,400
370
200
4,500
300
S   200
22,000
8,000
400
$75,996
26,000
$49,996
$6,912
5,664
6,192
35,604
3,252
(2)
5,484
(2)
4,998
2,436
$3,000
250
Total of Vote 84
Division of General Educational Services
Vote 85.   ; J|
Curriculum Branch
Salaries:
Assistant Deputy Minister of Education   $8,520
Director of Tests, Standards, and Research  6,432
Assistant Director of Curriculum  5,184
Research Assistant—Grade 1   3,120
Senior Stenographer  2,760
Clerk—Grade 2   2,478
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Clerk—Grade 1        	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1   5,052
Temporary assistance       	
(10)  $36,066
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense ..  2,150
002 Travelling expense  2,450
004    Office furniture and equipment  460
013    Printing and publications  200
017 Preparation of revised curricula  5,500
018 Books, periodicals, etc.   300
019 Educational supplies  200
020 Purchase of tests   23,000
021 Tests surveys   7,500
022 Research studies  400
$78,226
Less revenue  26,000
Total of Vote 85	
Vote 86.
Adult Education Branch
Salaries:
Director of Adult Education	
Director of Community Programmes	
Director of Community Drama	
Nine Regional Consultants	
Instructor of Handicapped I
Clerk—Grade 2  ZZZZ..
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 1	
$6,912
5,856
36,864
3,252
2,868
2,700
2,520
$64,752
52,226
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 39
(2)       $4,284
(12)
(2)
(2)
(4)
1,800
(21)     $76,626
5,000
12,000
425
2,000
IP        !'884
150
2,250
7,000
150
$107,485
$6,432
4,356
3,780
6,750
3,576
5,304
26,898
4,914
5,040
4,464
5,580
6,180
6,500
(34)     $89,774
11,000
600
1,205
65,000
5,543
52,000
7,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
| Division of General Educational SERviCEs-Qmfm^
Vote 86.
Adult Education Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Stenographer—Grade 2   $2 118
Stenographer—Grade 1  j'gQO
Junior Clerk  1896
(18) $66,786
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $5 500
002 Travelling expense  12 900
004    Office furniture and equipment  70
013 Printing and publications  i?200
014 Rentals   2,145
016 Equipment and machinery	
017 Educational supplies   1,400
019 Drama   Festival   expense,   adjudicators'   fees,
grants, etc.   2,250
020 Leadership training courses  8,500
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  150
031    Advertising and publicity  400
Total of Vote 86       $101,301
Vote 87.
High Correspondence School
Salaries:
Director  $6,432
Registrar    4>356
Assistant   4>068
Two Correspondence Instructors—Grade 2	
Correspondence Instructor—Grade 1 	
Three Teachers—Grade 6  11,628
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5>304
Eleven Clerks—Grade 1   25,164
Three Junior Clerks  4>644
Three Clerk-Stenographers   7>248
Four Stenographers—Grade 2  8>376
Three Stenographers—Grade 1        —--
Three Clerk-Typists  5'184
Temporary assistance	
If (32)  $82,404
Expenses:
Code No. p qqq
001 Office expense  '   Q
002 Travelling expense  725
004    Office furniture and equipment  ^'^
013 Printing and publications	
014 Rentals   "63 qqq
018 Reading of students' papers   ^^
019 Revision of courses	
 T 40
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,800
180
$234,102
40,000
$194,102
20,000
$174,102
$4,572
38,214
2,208
1,800
2,340
4,332
2,000
(19)  $55,466
2,250
500
460
5,600
5,443
2,000
2,300
150
$74,169
1,200
$72,969
$6,432
4,356
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 87.
High Correspondence School—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
020 Science and educational supplies g j .-  $2,800
021 Payment to Text-book Branch „ 180
$237,209
Less revenue T— 57,000
$180,209
Less chargeable to Federal-Provincial Training Programmes  21,780
Total of Vote 87 _.„       $158,429
Vote 88.
Elementary Correspondence School
Salaries:
Director   $4,722
Teacher—Grade 6   3,504
Teacher—Grade 5   3,504
Seven Teachers—Grade 4  23,184
Two Teachers—Grade 3   5,406
Teacher—Grade 1   2,388
Thirteen Teachers—Grade 2      	
Clerk—Grade 1  §| 2,298                 ||
Junior Clerk  1,716
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,436
Two Clerk-Typists   4,332
Temporary assistance 	
(18) $53,490
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  _^__ 2,250
002 Travelling expense -__-.__ _  400
004   Office furniture and equipment _._ „  400
013 Printing and publications _.__, , .__,_  5,600
014 Rentals  w j gj|
018 Reading of students' papers  1,500
019 Revision of courses  ,_  2,300
020 Visual-education supplies L .,   150
$66,090
Less revenue  1,300
Total of Vote 88   64,790
Vote 89.
Provincial Library
Salaries:
Provincial Librarian and Archivist  $6,432
Assistant Provincial Librarian  4 500
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
T 41
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$3,504
8,268
4,068
2,616
2,436
(5)
11,820
(3)
5,412
2,868
2,076
3,944
(19)     $57,800
3,045
850
925
16,000
$24,264
725
150
4,075
3,000
$32,214
$4,356
8,268
3,372
2,700
2,700
2,436
Division of General Educational SERVicEs~C<wm«^
Vote 89.
Provincial Library—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Librarian—Grade 3 |§| _  $3 636
Librarian—Grade 2    3 576
Three Librarians—Grade 1   g 440
Cataloguer   4053
Attendant     2*616
Microfilm Operator   2 436
Six Clerks—Grade 1   13 398
Two Junior Clerks  3,834
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,868
Clerk-Typist     2,076
Temporary assistance 	
(20) $57,888
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   3,045
002 Travelling expense  850
004   Office furniture and equipment  2,560
018    Books, binding, and periodicals ....  16,000
$80,343
Less revenue  -— 250
Total of Vote 89	
Vote 90.
Central Microfilm Bureau
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  $3,576
Six Microfilm Operators—Grade A jj  12,114
Six Clerk-Typists  [  10'782
(13) $26,472
Expenses:
Code No. Rnn
001 Office expense \——~— ™?
002 Travelling expense   JJ
004    Office furniture and equipment  **y
018    Film supplies   ^_
Total of Vote 90	
Vote 91.
Provincial Archives
Salaries:                                                                           I" .    $4,356
Assistant Archivist m— ~-—-~—Jj ~      | 8 496
Three Librarians—Grade 1 _ — " 3'504
Cataloguer  | P S^tBS     —~—
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 ~, „—- — —-~
Manuscript Clerk—Grade 1  J      ~ 2'436
Photographic Clerk—Grade 1 ~— — —
$80,093
31,732
 T 42
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$2,160
1,900
(9)      $27,892
3,000
400
800
8,500
1,250
1,100
$42,942
3,000
$39,942
$6,192
12,132
7,206
(5)        14,424
(4) 8,880
(4) 7,668
2,700
4,776
1,800
2,496
2,616
1,440
6,200
(25)      $78,530
5,000
4,000
780
550
25
3,000
900
32,000
150
2,000
4,500
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 91.
Provincial Archives—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 1  -  $2,160
Temporary assistance  	
(8)  $23,250
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   3,000
002 Travelling expense   400
004    Office furniture and equipment   1,275
018    Books, binding, and periodicals   8,500
020 Collecting historical data   1,250
021 Upkeep of Helmcken House  1,100
$38,775
Less revenue  3,000
Total of Vote 91  -	
Vote 92.
Public Library Commission
Salaries:
Superintendent	
Three Branch Librarians 	
Two Librarians—Grade 3	
Librarian—Grade 2 	
Four Librarians—Grade 1 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 „
Three Junior Clerks	
Senior Stenographer	
Two Clerk-Stenographers	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 2 	
Janitor  	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
I <25>
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense 1	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
006 Heat, light, power, and water	
011 Laundry and dry goods	
013 Printing and publications 	
014 Rentals    i	
018 Books, bindings, periodicals, etc.	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds 	
022 Transportation  	
023 Extension services 	
$6,192
12,276
7,212
3,000
11,802
10,596
5,322
2,436
4,278
1,578
2,496
2,616
1,800
$71,604
5,000
4,000
1,196
550
50
3,000
1 900
32,000
M  150
500
4,500
$35,775
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$6,500
2,000
$139,935
1,000
$138,935
$6,192
12,852
3,372
2,700
2,616
2,700
4,278
1,630
$61,850
$6,432
4,644
6,960
3,252
9,300
2,478
7,230
T43
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 92.
Public Library Commission— Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
024    Freight and express  $6 500
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories	
f                                                         ■:$ $129,950
Less revenue I j qqq
Total of Vote 92	
Vote 93.
Provincial Museum
Salaries:
Director   _ $6,192
Three Research Assistants—Grade 3  13,140
Museum Assistant  3,504
Assistant in Museum Technique  2,700
Attendant     2,616
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,700
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,596
Temporary assistance       	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications 	
Equipment and machinery
002
004
013
016
018
021
022
023
024
Books, binding, and periodicals
Advertising and publicity 	
Perpetuation of totem-poles
Maintenance of displays and collections	
Collecting historical data and purchase of speci-
(10) $35,448
935
2,500
332
5,500
1,720
500
1,000
12,000
300
mens
1,000
Less revenue
$61,235
1,000
Total of Vote 93
Vote 94.
Text-book Branch
Salaries:
Officer in Charge -~
Chief Clerk	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Three Clerks—Grade 1	
$6,432
4,644
7,152
3,378
9,372
2,568
7,320
$128,950
60,235
 T 44
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$4,008
(4)
6,582
3,060
2,616
2,118
10,000
(21)
1 $68,680
180
$68,500
9,000
1,000
ISO
1,900
9950$
15,250
$1,091&M0
$325,000
305,000
286,540
175,000
$1,091,540
$10
(35)
(7)
$7,296
6,432
6,432
6,192
225,720
48,384
12,288
10,284
4,644
3,852
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 94.
Text-book Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Two Stenographers—Grade 2   $4,146
Three Clerk-Typists  5,004
Stockman—Grade 4  3,000
Stockman—Grade 3  2,700
Stockman—Grade 2  2,208
Temporary assistance       	
(20)  $57,924
Less paid by High Correspondence School — 180
$57,744
Expenses:
^CodeNo.
■ 001    Office expense  9,000
002   Tiwelling expense  1,000
004   i_Mfice furniture and equipment  185
014   Rentals   2,000
020    Maintenance and operation of equipment  500
023 Text-books, etc  1,122,000
024 Freight and express, etc.   16,500
$1,208,929
Less chargeable to Text-book Operating Account:
Free text-books ^p |  $357,000
Receipts under Text-book Rental
Plan  __ - | |p   410,000
Sales  . „.. | I    326,919
Loss on Text-book Rental Plan
chargeable to Capital Expenditure out of Income pf{ |   115,000
1,208,919
Total of Vote 94 	
Division of Local Educational Services
Vote 95. 3K    S[
Inspection of Schools and School Services
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Schools  $7,584
Director of Home Economics  6,432
Director of Visual Education _., 6,432
Director of School Radio Broadcasts __._. \ ..  6,192
Thirty-six Inspectors of Schools j \ §&£&.  233,400
Eight Municipal Inspectors of Schools |  55,296
Two Inspectors of Technical Classes \ |  12,504
Two Inspectors of Home Economics Classes „ i  10,944
Assistant Director, Visual Education _.___  3,996
Assistant Director, School Radio Broadcasts  3,996
$10
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 45
(3)
(1)
$3,852
2,616
4,548
2,868
7,530
6,756
1,578
3,156
975
(67) $365,403
19,100
65,200
2,970
6,500
20,607
20,000
7,090
10,000
3,200
$520,070
6,000
$514,070
$5,952
7,992
3,708
2,868
3,636
(3)
10,122
(9)
30,834
(9)
25,926
(2)
4,824
(4)
10,710
(10)
22,656
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Division of Local Educational Services—Continued
Vote 95.
Inspection of Schools and School Services—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Photographer     $3 924
Clerk—Grade 2   2'700
Three Clerks—Grade 1   6948
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2'8 68
Three Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1  I 7'452
Stenographer—Grade 2  2 436
Two Stenographers—Grade 1  3 246
Two Clerk-Typists   3 336
Special living allowance  1 425
(68) $381,111
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  21,750
002 Travelling expense  69,000
004    Office furniture and equipment J  3,305
013 Printing and publications  6,500
014 Rentals   22,640
016    Equipment and machinery  1,000
018 Film and photographic supplies -  19,000
019 Film service 3  7,090
020 Scripts, etc.   10,000
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   10,400
$551,796
Less revenue   4,000
Total of Vote 95        $547,796
Division of Special Educational Services
Vote 96.
School for the Deaf and the Blind
Salaries:
Superintendent    $5,952
Two Vice-Principals   9'864
Chief Recreational Instructor   3'780
Dietitian     '
Nurse-Matron     o'o7ft
Assistant Nurse-Matron  —--  a\<s&
Teacher—Grade 7  1 J^m
Twelve Teachers—Grade 6 —- — i'lR6
Teacher—Grade 5  —— § ~" 11'7 50
Four Teachers—Grade 4  ~*    ~~*
Teacher—Grade 3   10^62
Four Teachers—Grade 2   2568
Teacher—Grade 1  *"*" 5406
Two Supervisors—Grade 2   23 742
Eleven Supervisors—Grade 1  WSk   '     ' 3*252
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 -  2'028
Stenographer—Grade 2  - "~~
 T 46
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(22)
$2,156
1,616
2,076
48,672
7,000
(68)    $190,748
1,500
001
1,200
002
004
15,000
006
250
008
1 450
009
28,225
010
3,200
Oil
400
013
1,000
014
2,300
016
3,850
017
900
019
3,000
020
550
021
500
022
023
3,200
029
$256,273
3,560
4,800
$247,913
$6,792
2,868
1,800
(3)      $11,460
700
400
265
Vote 96.
Division of Special Educational Services—Continued
School for the Deaf and the Blind—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist  	
Junior Clerk 	
Sundry employees  (22)
Temporary assistance 	
$1,758
47,676
Expenses:
Code No.
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment 	
Heat, light, power, and water 	
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry goods	
Printing and publications 	
Rentals 	
Equipment and machinery 	
Educational supplies 	
Grants and subsidies 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Medical supplies 	
Transportation  	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
(68) $188,624
2,000
690
15,000
1 250
450
28,150
3,550
225
2,300
3,850
900
3,200
550
450
510
$250,699
Less deductions for rent       $3,300
Less fees          1,200
4,500
Total of Vote 96
$246,199
Division of Teacher Education, Registration, and Examinations
Vote 97.
Teacher Education and Summer School
Salaries:
Co-ordinator of Teacher Education  $7,032
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,868
Junior Clerk   1,896
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
(3) $11,796
700
1,000
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$3,600
11,1.00
37,500
2,000
4,200
250
$72,175
18,500
$53,675
6,072
8,856
2,868
(2)
4,596
(3)
7,308
3,516
(11)  $33,216
2,500
1,500
335
79,500
$117,051
41,000
$76,051
$7,296
6,672
68,856
16,032
2,373
1,125
2,616
2,076
3,576
2,700
SERVICE
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Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Division of Teacher Education, Registration, and ExAMiNATioNs-Co^m^
Vote 97.
Teacher Education and Summer School—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
014 Rentals   $5000
017 Educational supplies   11 800
020 Instructors' fees  I  35 qqq
021 Specialist training fees and teacher recruitment 2,000
022 Transportation  4 200
030 Incidentals and contingencies   250
$71,746
Less revenue  17,500
Total of Vote 97          $54,246
Vote 98.
Teacher Registration and Examinations
Salaries:
Departmental Registrar  $6,192
Two Assistant Registrars  9,144
Photostat Operator  3,000
Three Clerk-Stenographers   7,116
Four Stenographers—Grade 2  8,568
Two Stenographers—Grade 1  3,114
(13) $37,134
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  3,500
002 Travelling expense  -U000
004 Office furniture and equipment  710
020 Examinations   88,500
$130,844
Less revenue  52,000
Total of Vote 98 	
Vote 99.
Vancouver Normal School
Salaries:
Principal 	
Vice-Principal 	
Eleven Instructors—Grade 3	
Three Instructors—Grade 2	
Teacher—Grade 4 	
Teacher—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Chief Stationary Engineer	
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 1 	
$7,440
6,672
65,914
15,780
3,126
2,256
2,076
3,576
2,700
78,844
 T 48
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$2,616
2,796
(23)    $118,734
2,360
1,400
810
4,400
2,100
1,900
5,500
5,975
1,250
2,500
$146,929
19,000
468
$127,461
$7,420
6,672
(6)
37,872
(2)
10,656
2,796
2,868
1,800
(13)      $70,084
1,500
1,600
160
325
250
1,800
250
800
Division of Teacher Education, Registration, and Examinations—Continued
Vote 99.
Vancouver Normal School—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Janitor   	
Gardener 	
$2,616
2,796
(23) $114,952
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office Expense  $4,704                M
002 Travelling expense  3,200
004    Office furniture and equipment  625
006   Heat, light, power, and water  6,160
008    Medical services   2,100
016 Equipment and machinery  604
017 Educational supplies   8,610
018 Demonstration schools  8,365
019 Grants and subsidies  1,250
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  3,500
$154,070 ■
Less Normal School fees     $25,000
Less deductions for rent, etc.  468
ft     9     fit                 II                25,468            ■   r;E
Total of Vote 99        $128,602
Vote 100.
Victoria Normal School
Salaries:
Principal	
Vice-Principal 	
Seven Instructors—Grade 3 	
Instructor—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer _.__.	
Clerk-Typist	
$7,032
6,672
43,248
5,568
2,868
2,868
1,800
(13) $70,056
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense . j  2,000
002 Travelling expense  | j 2,600
004    Office furniture and equipment  515
013 Printing and publications  300
014 Rentals   500
016 Equipment and machinery  1,233
017 Educational supplies  2,700
018 Demonstration schools  250
020   Transportation   1,200
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Endmg
March 31,1953
(2)
(2)
$67,769
$6,072
4,644
3,996
7,140
3,852
6,000
5,316
4,464
2,520
2,436
1,440
(15)     $47,880
1,500
2,500
660
$52,540
$30,000
15,000
$15,000
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SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Division of Teacher Education, Registration, ^ ExAmsATio^-Contim^
Vote 100.
Victoria Normal School—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  $200
031    Advertising and publicity  I2»
j $81,674
Less Normal School fees  14 qoo
Total of Vote 100         $67j674
Division of Finance and Accounting Services
Vote 101
Accounting Branc__|.
Salaries:
Departmental Comptroller	
Chief Clerk	
Audit Accountant—Grade 2	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 ■.	
Clerk—Grade 1  -	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Clerk-Typist  , *	
$6,192
4,140
4,140
7,074
5,226
2,111
2,160
2,033
1,571
(14) $43,959
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
1,500
2,500
390
Total of Vote 101
Vote 102.
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes
Code No.
020 (a) Urban Occupational Training
(Power-machine, Automobile
Mechanics, Diesel Engineering,
etcy      $30,000
Less Federal grant       15>000
$15,000
48,349
--- -
 T 50
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Pascal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$14,000
7,000
1               Division of Finance and Accounting Services-
Vote 102.
—Continued
Code No
021
022
023
024
025
027
026
028
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes—Continued
(b) Rural Occupational Training (Agri-                                                       llBj
cultural and Rural Leadership)     $14,000
T.p.sx Federal erant                                  7.000
H              $7,000
(c) Student-aid Bursaries     $72,000
$7,000                   IIS
$72,000
L   ■■         48,000
Loans to Students       48,000
$120,000
30,000
$120,000
Less Federal grant         30,000
$90,000
(d) Vocational   Training:    Schedule
M (Unemployed Workers)               $30,000
Less Federal grant       15,000
90,000     m
$30,000
15,000
$15,000
(e) Vocational   Training:    Schedule
K-2 (Defence Workers)      $10,000
Less Federal grant          7,500
15,000                  Ag
$20,000
15,000
$5,000
(/) Vocational Training:  Schedule R
(Rehabilitation  of Handicapped
Civilians)        $40,000
Less Federal grant      20,000
2,500                   pM
$40,000
20,000
$20,000
(g) Vocational   Schools   Assistance:
Operation        $669,400
Less Federal grant. || „_     S       339,700
20,000                   HP
$380,000
190,000
$190,000
119,300
$329,700
Less chargeable to basic and
night-school graats. |P    259,000
•
$70,700
(h) Vocational   Correspondence
Courses:   Preparation and Revision                                $5 000
70,700                  ;K
$5,000
2,500
Less Federal grant                2,500
$2,500
2,500     ...,. .      Jf
 EDUCATION
Estimated
Expenditure for
tittal Yeaj Ending
March 31,1955
T 51
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$15,000
7,500
$7,500
$24,000
19,296
$4,704
$237,404
$11,500,000
$6,000,000
$1,300,000
$2,000,000
Division of Finance and Accounting SEwicEs-Continued
Vote 102.
Federal-Provincial Training Programmes—Continued
Code No.
031    (/) Courses for New Canadians    $16,780
Less Federal grant        8,390
$8,390
032    (/) Community Programmes Grants..   $33,000
Less Federal grant (withdrawn)  	
33,000
Total of Vote 102       $264,090
Basic and Supplementary Grants (Including Provincial Share of Debt
Charges)	
Special Aid to Rural Areas
Conveyance of Pupils	
Vote 103.
Code No.
021    Grants toward Cost of Education
33,345,000
$103,000
$50,000
$15,000
$100,000
$325,000
$2,700,000
Vote 104.
Code No.
023 Teachers' Superannuation Fund 6% ("Special Assistance in
the Cost of Education Act")	
Vote 105. |l
Code No.
024 Special Aid to School Districts	
2,100,000
50,000
Vote 106.
Code No.
031    Night-school Grants	
Vote 107.
Code No. 1 „
025    Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses.
50,000
15,000:
Vote 108.
Code No.
032   Library and Library Association
Vote 109.
Code No.
020   Free Text-books, Maps, etc.	
Vote 110.
Code No. -.
017   Grant to University of British Colmnbia.
Grants         100'000
357,000
2,900,000
 T 52
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$72,250
$30,000
$15,000
$5,800,000
5,799,990
$10
$26,405,028
Division of Finance and Accounting Services—Continued
Vote 111. M
Code No.
027 University Endowment Lands          $79,250
Vote 112. " .'   '     "1*
Code No.
028 Special Grant to Victoria College  30,000
Vote 113. fl
Code No.
031 College of Education  10,000
Vote 114.
Code No.
032 Dental Consultant, University of British Columbia  10,000
Vote 115. - '  if
Code No.
030   Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies .  16,000
Vote 116. .jf
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance   65,000
Vote 117.
Code No.
031    "Public Schools Act"  (R.S.B.C.  1948, Chap. J| g     ffl
297, Sec. 120) and " Public Libraries Act" ^ J|
(R.S.B.C.  1948, Chap.  185, Sees.  19 and W
45)—Advances re rural school and library
taxes  .  $6,700,000 !■
Less revenue, rural district taxes  6,699,990
Total of Vote 117  10
Vote 118. |H
Code No.
033    Teacher-training Loan Fund         $60,000
Less  chargeable   to   Teacher-training   Loan
Fund  .—_ .  59,990 |§H|
Total of Vote 118  10
Total, Department of Education  $41,856,563
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
$3,780
320
(1)      $4,100
1,200
(2)
(2)
(2)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(2)
$5,300
$13,560
8,520
7,152
5,760
9,216
8,136
5,832
3,060
2,832
2,700
5,898
4,194
1,488
1,578
1,000
(20)     $80,926
5,500
4,000
1,000
$91,426
$9,360
7,728
6,912
5,472
11,760
28,032
SERVICE
T 53
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Vote 119.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Finance (paid as Premier)	
Secretary 	
Temporary assistance	
$3,780
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(1) $3,780
1,000
Total of Vote 119
Vote 120.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance and Financial Adviser  $13,560
Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance  8,520
Registrar   7,152
Inspector of Government Agencies  5,760
Three Chief Clerks  13,932
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,068
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  3,120
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  3,060
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,868
Senior Stenographer  2,700
Four Clerks—Grade 1   8>076
Clerk-Stenographer  2,118
Two Clerk-Typists  3>204
Junior Clerk—Grade A  !'488
Temporary assistance      	
(21) $83,202
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  ^"
002 Travelling expense   *,00O
004    Office furniture and equipment  1?
Total of Vote 120	
Vote 121.
Controlling and Audit Branch
Salaries:
Comptroller-General 	
Deputy Comptroller-General	
Assistant Deputy Comptroller-General	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2	
Audit Accountant—Grade 5	
Audit Accountant—Grade 4	
Six Audit Accountants—Grade 3	
$9,360
8,016
6,912
5,664
6,432
4,992
29,778
$4,780
93,702
 T 54
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(8)
(3)
(4)
(7)
(3)
(4)
(4)
$33,336
11,268
11,340
6,066
12,396
§§3,060
13,194
14,460
2,340
2,298
5,094
6,534
6,180
1,712
(58)    $198,542
11,000
41,750
2,150
25,000
$278,442
$10,000
5,220
3,684
2,544
2,424
1,896
1,740
500
(7)      $28,008
2,500
7,500
2,500
$40,508
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 121.
Controlling and Audit Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Ten Audit Accountants—Grade 2 jess _. — $42,624
Audit Accountant—Grade 1  ~— 3,852
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1 , _ 11,340                 jj
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  6,828
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   9,054
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  3,060
Five Clerks—Grade 2  13,536                 9
Ten Clerks—Grade 1  .  21,540                M
Clerk-Stenographer  2,43 6
Senior Coder \M* &  2,520
Two Coders  3,648
Six Junior Clerks  10,320                 |§
Two Clerk-Typists  3,336
Temporary assistance -     	
(59) $205,248
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense jj j  11,300
017   Mechanical tabulation services M g .  47,278
004    Office furniture and equipment .  500
002 Travelling expense | ,  22,700                j|
Total of Vote 121 I        $287,026
Vote 122.
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House,
London, England
Agent-General's Office
Salaries:
Agent-General      $ 10,000
Administrative Assistant—Grade 3        5,412
Senior Clerk—Grade 1         3,684
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1         2,676
Clerk—Grade 2 ||    2,424
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1          1,956
Clerk—Grade 1         1,812
Temporary assistance  500
§ (7) $28,464
Expenses:
Office expense        2 700
Allowances, travelling and other expenses^.       7,500
Advertising, subscriptions to publicataoos, etc.       2,700
rt*>»-aM<M-va*papBrt«--MHMMMP_t
$41,364
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure f-Oj?
FS Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
T 55
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$1,584
2,712
1,356
2,191
(4)       $7,843
4,000
7,500
3,400
1,300
3,500
4,700
2,500
$34,743
$75,251
60,710
$14,541
$5,184
7,488
(2)
6,126
(2)
5,448
(2)
4,368
(3)
7,572
(16)
31,586
4,776
5,162
W     $77,710
2,000
500
54,000
600
$134,810
Vote 122.
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House
London, England—Continued
British Columbia House,
London, England
Salaries:
Engineer and Chief Janitor _.  $1,584
Two Engineers -,-__—,-„,.___,.____,,___  2 796
Night-watchman   1 356
Temporary assistance ___ *  1 600
(4) $7,336
Expenses:
Maintenance, etc.  4,000
Ground-rent | __. 7,500
Rates and taxes  2,550
Insurance  1,3©D
Heat, light, power, and water....  3,500
Cleaning and janitors' supplies  4,700
Incidentals and contingencies   2,500
Less rents from British Columbia House-
Total of Vote 122
$33,386
$74,750
61,105
Vote 123.
Mechanical Tabulation Branch
Salaries:
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 2  $5,568
Two Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2.. 8,064
Three Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1 9,768
Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 2 ...  2,796
Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1 —  2,298
Clerk—Grade 1 (Machine-operator Trainee)  h*™
_-» 9 774
Four Senior Key-punch Operators |g  a? 808
Seventeen Key-punch Operators  4188
Two Clerks—Grade 1   '   g
Junior Clerk—Grade A ~ ->*292
Temporary assistance   '
-| (33) $84,342
Expenses:
Code No.                   ||                                                § 2,150
001 Office expense 1 500
002 Travelling expense  66 7q0
016   Equipment rental  1?000
004    Office furniture and equipment	
$154,692
$13,645
 T 56
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(26)
(14)
(8)
(10)
(3)
(4)
(3)
(6)
(8)
(7)
$41,750
40,300
52,750
$134,800
$10
$7,440
6,672
5,568
5,376
5,376
5,184
13,788
106,704
50,022
34,056
36,474
4,500
3,924
10,200
11,868
8,016
11,670
2,700
2,520
12,666
3,648
13,530
12,312
2,500
720
(109)    $377,434
43,400
53,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 123.
Mechanical Tabulation Branch—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Less recoverable from—
Vote 121, Controlling and Audit
Branch  $47,278          J-
Vote 124, {a), Consumption Taxation Branch  39,751
Vote 125, Real Property Taxation
Branch  53,073
Vote 127, Assessment Equalization Branch   14,580
$154,682
Total of Vote 123 -	
Vote 124. ||
Consumption and Amusements Taxation Branch
(a) Social Services Tax (Code 12401)
Salaries:
Director \  $7,728
H Chief Auditor  6,072
Administrative  Assistant—Grade   2   (Victoria)   5,760
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2   (Vancouver)   5,568
Audit Accountant—Grade 4  5,568
Collections Officer  5,184
Three Audit Accountants—Grade 3  13,872
Thirty-nine Audit Accountants—Grade 2 —. 160,602
Audit Accountant—Grade 1   3,570
Twelve Inspectors—Grade 2  51,336
Six Inspectors—Grade 1  22,104
Chief Clerk  4,644
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,068
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  16,848
Intermediate Clerk —Grade 1  3,000
Four Clerks—Grade 2  10,848
.   Five Clerks—Grade 1  11,544
Senior Stenographer  2,700
Clerk-Stenographer   2,256
Five Stenographers—Grade 2  11,316
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,758
Two Comptometer Operators  3,834
Nine Clerk-Typists  15,474
Six Junior Clerks .,  11,262
Temporary assistance      	
Special living allowance  720
$10
(109) $387,636
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense      29,700
002 Travelling expense       48,000
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 57
$40,360
17,700
3,300
9,500
$544,694
$26,044
$4,644
4,356
7,638
3,186
2,520
6,500
(6)     $28,844
2,000
2,500
$33,344
$604,082
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 124.
Consumption and Amusements Taxation BRANcn-Continued
(a) Social Services Tax—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
017    Mechanical tabulation service  $39 751
014    Rentals   600
004   Office furniture and equipment  2,200
029   Automobiles and accessories   5 500
$513,387
(b) Gasoline and Fuel-oil Taxes
(Code 12402)
Salaries:
Inspector of Fuel-oil and Gasoline Taxes  $5,184
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,212
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,312
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1      	
Clerk—Grade 2     	
Stockman—Grade 2  2,616
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,160
(5) $17,484
Expenses:
Code No.
0011 Office expense   f 5,700
002   Travelling expense  400
W ' ' 1 1    -: 11        ■   23,584: ' l|j
(c) Amusements and Pari-
mutuel Taxes
(Code 12403) -'    ;    )
Salaries:
Inspector, Amusements Tax—Grade 3  $4,800
Inspector, Amusements Tax—Grade 2  4,356
Two Inspectors, Amusements Tax—Grade 1 7,776
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  3,252
Clerk—Grade 2   2'748
Clerk-Stenographer  —-    	
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,028              ||
Temporary assistance     	
(7) $24,960 ?|
Expenses:
Code No. 9 300
001 Office expense        *>*™ f*
002 Travelling expense — ----- ' fi
...-•■     1    | 28,960 'WK	
.   - j| ■ I rt i     $565,931
Total of Vote 124 — ------	
 T 58
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$7,152
(1)
6,192
5,568
5,184
4,800
4,644
3,924
(4)
14,580
3,570
3,438
3,438
3,444
3,252
(4)
11,856
5,526
5,616
2,928
2,340
10,326
(3)
6,174
(2)
3,384
(3)
5,052
3,246
14,500
(41)
$140,134
33,750
22,000
52,750
2,500
1,000
2,400
37,000
1,750
$293,284
255000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$268,284
Vote 125.
Real Property Taxation Branch
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes and Director of Tax Research  $7,728
Assistant Surveyor of Taxes ~     	
Two Appraisers—Grade 3 (Structural)  11,376
Appraiser—Grade 3 (Timber Land)  5,760
Appraiser—Grade 3 (Land)      	
Roll Supervisor  4,992
Chief Clerk  4,644
Appraiser—Grade 2 (Structural)  4,284
Two Appraisers—Grade 2 (Land)  8,136
Appraiser—Grade 2 (Timber Land)  4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780
Appraiser—Grade 1 (Land) j j  3,780
Appraiser—Grade 1 (Timber Land)  3,780
Appraiser—Grade 1 (Structural) I S  3,43.8
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3 .  3,372
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1  ..  14,904
Two Clerks—Grade 2   4,914
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 2  5,496
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,928
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2,208
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 1 	
Five Clerks—Grade 1  j j 1 10,374
Four Stenographers—Grade 2   ,..,,,,  8,292
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,758
Two Junior Clerks—Grade A  3,600
Two Clerk-Typists   3,426
Temporary assistance I \ %      	
(41) $130,614
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense „   _„  35,000                 §1
002 Travelling expense m |j 26,000
017    Mechanical tabulation service __„  53,073
020   Courts of Revision and Appeal g ___.      	
004   Office furniture and equipment _„, „  1,305
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  2,400
031   Appraisal services  10,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies „ 1,750
$260,142
Less transferred to "Assessment Equalization
Act 1       	
Total of Vote 125       $260,142
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
$6,912
5,184
(1)
4,212
(2)
7,560
2,436
2,436
1,758
(1)
1,536
1,668
10,000
(10)     $43,702
2,500
5,000
750
$51,952
$9,000
6,000
7,200
5,760
30,000
(4)     $57,960
22,040
T 59
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 126.
Income Taxation
(Including Logging Tax, Mining Tax, Probate
Fees, and Inspection of Trust Companies)
Salaries:
Director .._  $6>912
Audit Accountant—Grade 5  c 760
Audit Accountant—Grade 1  3 504
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2  8*136
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3780
Clerk—Grade 2   2 520
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2 520
Stenographer—Grade 2 .	
Stenographer—Grade 1   1578
Two Clerk-Typists  j  3 108
Junior Clerk—Grade A      	
Temporary assistance	
(11) $37,818
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,500     ■■   --
002 Travelling expense  7,250
031    Department's proportion of valuator's fees  100
004   Office furniture and equipment  500
Total of Vote 126 I .        $48,168
Vote 127.
"Assessment Equalization Act "
Salaries:
Commissioner     $9,000
Executive Assistant and Secretary  6'192
Senior Improvement Valuator  7,440
Senior Land Valuator jj ~—- —  5>952
Four Equalization Valuators  20,256
c nog
Improvement Valuator ~~ a
Research Assistant—Grade 3 —  ^'^
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 _  3j25^
Clerk-Stenographer    —-—  JrS
Two Clerk-Typists 1—|  *
Clerk  —       §   '
Temporary assistance — -
(15) $70,416
Expenses:
Code No.
f 001 Office expense	
<[ 002 Travelling expense	
[ 030 Incidentals and contingencies	
017 Mechanical tabulation services 1
031 Compilation and distribution of manual.
004 Office furniture and equipment	
8,200
22,000
14,580
8,500
2,000
 T 60
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$20,000
$100,000
$6,912
100
500
9,500
$17,012
6,432
$10,580
$6,912
5,184
4,644
8,136
(2)
9,216
3,780
6,690
6,186
(9)
23,226
2,700
2,436
(10)
20,682
1,578
(3)
4,644
3,780
(4)
12,432
(2)
4,032
1,620
3,500
Vote 127.
"Assessment Equalization Act "—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  $2,000
    Consultant and technical fees (included in temporary assistance)       	
Total of Vote 127 -       $127,696
Vote 128.
Housing Commissioner
Salaries:
Commissioner {see Vote 265, paid as Deputy Minister
of Municipal Affairs)  —      	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  25
002 Travelling expense   250
031    Operational costs  5,500
$5,775 IMB
Less recoverable from Department of Municipal Affairs       	
Total of Vote 128  5,775
Vote 129. JIB
Purchasing Commission
Salaries:
Chairman   $7,152 flB
Buyer—Grade 3   5,184 WSk
Buyer—Grade 2   4,644 I'IIBI
Two Buyers—Grade 1  8,280 ff9fl
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1   4,992
Chief Clerk   4,644 %iWL
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780 9H
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  6,954
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   6,312
Eleven Clerks—Grade 2  28,914 mm
Senior Stenographer   2,700
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Stenographer—Grade 2       	
Eight Clerks—Grade 1   17,484        lj| "#
Junior Clerk      	
Five Clerk-Typists   8,160 |j|H
Head Business-machine Mechanic  4,068
Foreman Business-machine Mechanic  3,504
Three Senior Business-machine Mechanics  9,498
Trades Apprentice  1,536
Junior Clerk  1,716 Jfe
Two Junior Clerks—Grade A  3,198
Temporary assistance 	
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
T 61
$5,184
3,186
2,520
2,028
3,636
3,372
3,252
5,316
(54)   $159,872
7,500
6,000
2,000
1,000
300
1,000
5,000
14,000
4,000
2,000
$202,672
$3,996
3,060
2,340
2,500
(3)     $11,896
700
2,700
180,000
$195,296
195,286
$10
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 129.
Purchasing Commission—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver:
Buyer—Grade 3 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Senior Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 1  ZZZZ
Cabinetmaker 	
Carpenter	
Foreman Business-machine Mechanic	
Senior Business-machine Mechanic	
Two Junior Inspectors and Business-machine Mechanics 	
Trades Apprentice 	
$5,184
3,252
2,568
2,436
3,636
3,372
3,504
5,388
1,536
(57) $166,116
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   7,500
002 Travelling expense  5,500
020   Advertising for tenders   2,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  300
Shop Materials and Equipment:
031 Cabinetmaker   1,000
031        Typewriter service   5,000
031        Machine service contracts  14,000
031        Furniture maintenance   4,000
031        Cartage and freight  3,000
Total of Vote 129        $209,416
Vote 130.
Langford Warehouse
Salaries:
$4 140
Warehouse Supervisor   * '
Stockman—Grade 4   lfi6°
Clerk—Grade 1   2'43
Temporary assistance	
(3) $9,636
Expenses:
Code No. 700
001    Office expense  2 700
018    Warehouse expense         180000
020   Stores purchases	
$193,036
+                            193,026
Less recoverable from departments 	
10
Total of Vote 130 f
 T 62
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,000
5,806
46,323
15,050
16,800
300
19,840
8,723
3,375
8,538
46,200
750
1,815
14,025
810
20,500
100
2,850
27,195
$240,000
239,990
$10
$10,000
55,715
11,000
35,900
52,600
31,200
9,200
30,925
293,285
9,200
23,000
2,400
417,500
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 131.
Code No.
004 Office Furniture and Equipment
Departments:
Legislation  $ 1,000
Agriculture   1,630
Attorney-General |  34,005
Education  -  14,770
Finance _. g— 15,145
Fisheries   —
Health and Welfare:
Health  I -  17,255
Welfare  12,620
Labour       	
Lands and Forests:
Lands  7,200
Forests  43,860
Mines    750
Municipal Affairs   1,400
Provincial Secretary  7,875
Public Utilities Commission   375
(Highways   15,981
\ Works  2,680
Railways   95
Trade and Industry  2,640
Hospital Insurance Service  1,200
Contingencies  24,519
$205,000
Less recoverable from departments  204,990
Total of Vote 131 	
Vote 132.
Code No.
029 Motor-vehicles and Accessories
Departments:
Agriculture	
Attorney-General 	
Education 	
Finance	
Health and Welfare:
Health  .	
Welfare 	
Labour 	
Lands and Forests:
Lands	
Forests 	
Mines	
Provincial Secretary	
Public Utilities Commission 	
-^Highways   	
| Works  g|	
Trade and Industry	
$10,000
89,900
10,400
24,800
79,600
50,100
9,200
11,600
327,830
7,200
9,500
2,400
360,700
9,400
2,300
$10
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expertditure for
$40,075
$1,022,000
96,725
$925,275
925,265
$10
(1)
$4,212
3,372
11,844
2,598
300
(7)  $22,326
1,200
1,000
360,000
$384,526
$14,000
60,000
30,000
1,000
$105,000
$279,526
$5,088
4,500
3,780
2,616
2,256
2,028
1,536
2,616
T 63
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 132.
Motor-vehicles and Accessories—Continued
Contingencies   J $4507o
T          1         a,   a   • $1,050,000
Less sales and trade-ins  13^ 17fi
$913,824
Less recoverable from departments         913 814
Total of Vote 132	
Vote 133.
Postal Branch
Salaries:
Chief Postal Clerk  $4,356
Postal Clerk—Grade 2  3,504
Four Postal Clerks—Grade 1   12,168
Clerk—Grade 2   2,688
Temporary assistance      	
(7) $22,716
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,200
005 Upkeep of automobile  1,000
004 Office furniture and equipment  140
003 Postage   315,000
$340,056
Less recoverable from—
Consumption   and  Amusements
Taxation Branch Tax ....—_~~
Hospital Insurance Service	
Motor-vehicle Branch	
Queen's Printer	
Total of Vote 133
Vote 134.
Government Agents, etc.
t P_ 1 JI 1*1 _r**Q *
Alberni Agency (Code 13401)
Government Agent—Grade 3	
Assessor—Grade 1  	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2  ]	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 -■
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist ~	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 -—|j
$5,184
4,500
3,780
2,700
4,368
1,620
2,616
$10
340,056
 T 64
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
3,996
1,980
2,220
1,020
Vote 134.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Contin ued
Ashcroft Sub-Agency (Code 13402)
$3,780      Senior Clerk—Grade 1   $3,636
Atlin Agency (Code 13403)
Government Agent—Grade 1   4,140
Clerk—Grade 1   1,980
Building Service Worker (part time)         —
Special living allowance  720
Barkerville Sub-Agency (Code 13410)
2,868      Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,000
Burns Lake Agency (Code 13411)
4,356       Government Agent—Grade 1   4,356
1,980      Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
2,616      Janitor   2,616
360      Special liviing allowance  360
Clinton Agency (Code 13415)
4,284      Government Agent—Grade 1   4,356
3,120       Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,252
2,118       Stenographer—Grade 1   1,896
Courtenay Agency (Code 13416)
Government Agent—Grade 4  5,760
Assessor—Grade 3   5,184
Chief Clerk   4,356
Senior Clerk—Grade 2      	
Two Deputy Assessors—Grade 2   8,064
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,252
Clerk—Grade 2   2,616
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Three Clerks—Grade 1   6,804
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,436
Stenographer—Grade 1        	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 1        	
Clerk-Typist       	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3   2,916
Building Service Worker—Grade 1   2,616
Launch Deck-hand      	
Cranbrook Agency (Code 13417)
5,184       Government Agent—Grade 3  5,184
4,800      Assessor—Grade 2  4,722
3,636      Senior Clerk—Grade 1 | \  3,780
3,000      Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 j	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 :  3,120
5,568
5,184
4,140
7,920
3,252
2,520
7,032
2,436
1,668
1,716
1,896
2,700
2,616
2,616
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
(2)
$2,868
2,748
4,152
2,076
2,928
3,438
2,520
5,184
4,500
3,780
5,316
2,520
4,512
2,436
2,676
4,644
3,252
2,388
2,988
3,504
1,668
840
4,572
3,186
1,578
2,616
4,356
2,796
T 65
SERVICE
2,988
Vote 134.
Government Agents, etc.-Continued
Salaries—Continued
j| Cranbrook Agency—Continued
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1      ~
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist 	
Stenographer—Grade 1  _____
Building Service Worker—Grade 3	
Creston Sub-Agency (Code 13418)
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Duncan Agency (Code 13425)
Government Agent—Grade 3 _	
Assessor—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Fernie Agency (Code 13430)
Government Agent—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 —
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Fort St. John Sub-Agency (Code 13431)
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Special living allowance	
Golden Agency (Code 13435)
Government Agent—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Grand Forks Agency (Code 13436)
Government Agent—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Stenographer  	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3	
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956^
$2,868
2,832
2,028
1,620
1,578
2,976
3,570
2,520
5,184
4,500
3,780
5,490
2,520
4,596
2,436
2,676
4,644
3,252
2,436
3,000
3,186
1,578
840
4,644
3,378
1,668
2,616
4,356
2,160
2,916
 T 66
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March'31,1955
$4,500
2,520
5,760
4^92
4,644
3,636
(5)
14,748
2,478
(1)
2,118
2,256
2,118
5,538
2,988
4,644
4,500
3,780
4,596
2,868
4,644
3,510
2,658
. 4,596
4,644
4,500
3,576
2,478
2,118
1,668
2,796
3,924
2,868
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
1,668
2,616
Vote 134.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Gulf Islands Sub-Agency (Ganges)
1 1   (Code 13437) |:
Assessor—Grade 1    $4,500
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Kamloops Agency (Code 13440)
Government Agent—Grade 4  5,760
Assessor—Grade 3   5,184
Chief Clerk  -  4,644
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1   3,252
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   12,042
Clerk—Grade 2  2,568
Two Clerks—Grade 1  4,658
Clerk-Stenographer   2,340
Stenographer—Grade 2 -  2,028
Three Stenographers—Grade 1   5,268
Building Service Worker—Grade 3   3,000
Kaslo Agency (Code 13441)
Government Agent—Grade 2 .  4,644'
Assessor—Grade 1   4,500
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 *2 \  3,780
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,692
Building S^-price Worker—Grade 3   2,916
Kelowna Agency (Code 13442)
Government Agent—Grade 2  4,644
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Clerk—Grade 2   2,436
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 2  4,692
Two Building Service Workers (six months)  2,700
Lillooet Agency (Cfide 13445)
Government Agent—Grade 2  4,644
Assessor—Grade 1  4,500
Intermediate Clerk—-Gr^de 2   3,576
Clerk—Grade 2  _^  2,478
Clerk-Stenographer     2,118
Clerk-Typist —E  1,578
Building Service Worker—Qrade 1  2,616
Merritt Agency (Code 13450)
Government Agent—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 i	
^.Stenographer—Grade 2 :	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1  2,616
3,924
3,120
2,028;
 Estimated
Expenditure for
(3)
(2)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(3)
(1)
(2)
$5,760
5,184
4,356
3,570
7,152
6,186
2,868
4,056
5,052
2,796
5,760
5,184
4*428
3,438
3,312
2*748
2,796
2,076
4,464
6,264
1,668
3,114
2,868
5,316
3,576
2,520
2,280
5,760
5,184
4,572
3,924
13,920
3,120
11,856
2,616
7,308
4,554
3,288
1,620
FINANCE
T 67
SERVICE
Vote 134.
Salaries—Contin ued
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Nanaimo Agency (Code 13455)
Government Agent—Grade 4
Assessor—Grade 3	
Chief Clerk	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 __
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 ______
C_erk—Grade 1	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Nelson Agency (Code 13456)
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 3 	
Chief Clerk	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1 i—
Two Clerk-Typists  ..
Building Service Worker.—Grade 3	
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 1
New Denver Sub-Agency (Code 13457)
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 .	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  ~-—■	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 (part time)
New Westminster Agency (Code 13458)
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 3  1
Chief Clerk  jj—fi
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 — *—
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Three Clerks—Grande 2 _^j	
l^ivo Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 —
Clerk—Grade 1 j -
Two Clerk-Typists i
Junior Clerk &nk —-—
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$5,760
5?184
4,500
3,708
7,152
p,372
£,868
4,236
2,076
3,252
2,796
5,760
5,184
4,572
3,120
3,444
2,832
2,868
2360
M36
6,534
5,094
k|240
2,916
5*316
2,748
5,760
5,184
4,644
4,068
10*464
3,636
12,294
7,794
4,512
3,288
2,028
3,294
 T 68
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$3,000
15,696
2,340
3,780
1,578
5,760
5,184
3,924
3,924
6,888
9i0m
2*478
6,264
1,716
1,668
2,796
2,796
2,436
5,760
4,800
4,212
3,780
5,916
(1)          2,436
(3)          4,914
1,758
2,796
2,880
4,068
3,120
2,118
2,124
SERVICE
Vote 134.
Salaries—Continued
New Westminster Agency—Continued
Building Service Worker—Grade 4	
Six Building Service Workers—Grade 1 _	
Elevator Operator	
Oliver Sub-Agency (Code 13460)
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer  I	
Clerk-Typist 	
Penticton Agency (Code 13465)
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 3  I	
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 |j	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1  1	
Junior Clerk __,	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3	
Gardener—Grade 1 	
Caretaker	
Pouce Coupe Agency (Code 13466)
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3	
Special living allowance	
Powell River Agency (Code 13467)
Government Agent—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 (part time)	
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
$3,000
15,696
2,340
3,780
2,076
5,760
5,184
4,068
7,020
9,306
2,568
2,298
6,402
1,758
2,796
2,796
2,436
5,760
4,800
4,356
3,924
6,000
2,616
4,106
1,620
1,716
2,796
2,880
4,212
3,252
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
$5,760
4,068
3,780
3,636
(1)
3,192
(3)
8,700
(3)
7,884
(1)
2,028
1,980
1,800
1,620
2,868
2,616
2,040
5,664
4,644
4,284
3,576
2,748
4,374
(2)
4,104
(1)
2,118
1,578
1,716
2,868
(1)
2,700
2^20
434
3,576
2,160
2,616
(1)
4,
3,
3:
2
2
2
1
088
500
780
120
568
076
076
536
SERVICE
T 69
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 134.
Salaries—Continued
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Prince George Agency (Code 13468)
Government Agent—Grade 4	
Assessor—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2
Four intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 ...
Junior Clerk	
Stenographer—Grade 1
Building Service Worker- -Grade 3
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Special living allowance
$5,760
4,212
3,924
6,290
11,388
2,478
4,056
2,028
2,076
1,848
Government Agent—Grade 4
Assessor—Grade 2
Chief Clerk
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Two Clerk-Stenographers
Clerk—Grade 1	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Clerk-Typist	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 1
Janitor-Engineer—Grade 2
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 1 _
Special living allowance —
1,488
^536
5,400
2,700
Princeton Agency (Code 13470)
Government Agent—Grade 1 —	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 _. ——
Stenographer—Grade 2  —	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 ~ —	
Quesnel Agency (Code 13475)
Government Agent—Grade 3	
Assessor—Grade 1  — —
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  . ~~
Deputy Assessor—Grade 1 ——;	
Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1
4,356
3,576
2,076
2,616
5,184
4,500
3,780
3,252
2JBS&
Stenographer—G rade 2  -
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 —
2,256
3,516
 T 70
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(3)
$1,620
2,676
1,200
5,184
4,500
3,510
4,872
1,980
1,668
2,868
4,356
2,520
1,896
2,700
3,924
2,028
2,676
5,184
4,068
3,780
2,796
6,396
1,620
2,616
960
3,636
2,700
360
SERVICE
Vote 134.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Quesnel Agency—Continued
Junior Clerk	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
Revelstoke Agency (Code 13480)
Government Agent—Grade 3 1	
Assessor—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 1
Clerk—Grade 1  -	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3 	
Rossland Agency (Code 13481)
Government Agent—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Salmon Arm Agency (Code 13485)
Government Agent—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Smithers Agency (Code 13486)
Government Agent—Grade 3	
Assessor—Grade 1 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  j	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Special living allowance	
Terrace Sub-Agency (Code 13488)
Senior Clerk—Grade 1
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 |
Building Service Worker—Grade 1  |	
Special living allowance	
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$1,536
2,676
1,200
5,184
3,996
3,060
2,436
2,076
1,536
1,578
2,916
4,356
2,796
2,076
2,700
4,140
2,028
2,676
5,184
4,212
3,780
2,868
4,596
4,332
2,616
960
3,060
2,700
720
 Estimated
Expenditure for
FINANCE
t 71
SERVICE
Bfcal Year Ending
March M, 1956
(I)
5,760
4,644
2,478
5,796
2,028
1,578
3,924
6,384
2,940
2.940
2,796
1,631
28,776
7,308
4,752
3,444
2,616
240
5,760
4,8001
4,500
3,570
3,780
3,576
3,252
2,868
2,700
2,436
2,076
1,578
1,536
2,868
2,700
5,184
4,068
3,252
2,928
2,436
2,256
Vote 134.
i Government Agents, etc—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Agency
(a) Government Agent's Office (Code 13490):
Government Agent—Grade 4 	
Chief Clerk	
Clerk—Grade 2  .
Two Senior Clerk-Stenographers	
Clerk—Grade 1 .     .
Junior Clerk	
(b) Mechanical Staff (Code 13491):
Chief Stationary Engineer	
Two Stationary Engineers—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 4	
Gardener—Grade 2	
Gardener—Grade 1	
Gardener (part time) .      __j
Eleven Building Service Workers—Grade 1_	
Three Watchmen  j
Two Elevator Operators 	
Vanderhoof Sub-Agency
(Code 13492)
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 &
Special living allowance	
Vernon Agency (Code 13493)
Government Agent—Grade 4
Assessor—Grade 2	
Chief Clerk .	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 .	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  ._
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2 \
Stenographer—Grade 1 . 	
Clerk-Typist	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Victoria Assessor (Code 13494)
Assessor—Grade 3	
Deputy Assessor—Grade 2 _.
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1
Senior Clerk-Stenographer —
Clerk—Grade 2 S
Clerk-Stenographer 	
$5,760
4,644
2*478
5,568
2,1#0
1,758
3,924
6,384
2,940
2,940
2,796
28,776
7,308
4,782
3,576
2,520
240
5,760
4,8(*
4,644
3,780
3,576.
6,1§&
2,868
2,520
1,980
2,160
1,668
1,668
£,916
2,700
5,184
4,068
3,252
2,928
2,520
fc340
 T 72
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$4,356
2,748
2,128
2,820
720
Vote 134.
Salaries—Continued
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Williams Lake Agency (Code 13497)
3,780
51,000
(344) $1,099,371
pVMptl
.I-/ApCIl
CodeN
101,509
001
37,790
002
021
1,650
14,410
020
89,870
006
9,000
029
7,000
004
4,000
014
11,000
030
$1,375,600
30,600
10,000
$1,335,000
Government Agent—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1
Special living allowance	
Sundry Sub-offices (Code 13419)
$4,356
2,832
2,118
2,820
720
Code No.
027    Allowances 	
Temporary assistance
3,780
i|    (337) $1,033,950
js:
Office expense |  97,908
Travelling expense  35,747
Maintenance and operation of M.V. " Carlyle
III |   6,000
Maintenance of buildings and grounds  14,104
Heat, light, power, and water \  92,886
Automobiles and accessories  10,850
Office furniture and equipment !  5,500
Rentals   4,000
Contingencies  11,000
Less postage and telephone charges
recoverable from other departments      $28,500
Less refund of maintenance of buildings from R.C.M.P., etc.        10,000
$1,311,945
38,500
Total of Vote 134  $1,273,445
Vote 135.
Courts of Revision and Appeal
Code No.
020    Members' fees	
002   Travelling expense	
$16,500
5,500
Less recoverable from municipalities concerned under sec. 15 (4) of "Assessment
Equalization Act, 19531	
Total of Vote 135	
$22,000
12,000
10,000
 FINANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
T 73
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$18,500
$20,000
$1,550,000
200,000
$1,750,000
1,200,000
$550,000
$2,100
$4,965,000
$1,340,000
$2,580,000
$11,650,000
Vote 136.
Code No.
020   Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Revenue Receipts, Bonds
Cheques, etc.  )
Vote 137.
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance	
Vote 138.
Code No.
030   Incidentals and Contingencies
Vote 139.
$20,000
110,000
35,000
M
Civil Service Superannuation Act "
Code No.
027   Interest on Civil Service Superannuation Fund
(sec. 14)    $1,650,000
028   Interest on Retirement Fund (sec. 43)
Less receipts from investments
260,000
$1,910,000
1,250,000
Total of Vote 139
660,000
Vote 140.
Code No.
031 "Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905"—Arrears of
of dyking assessments on lands reverted to the Crown	
Vote 141.
Code No.
025 "Highway Development Act" (Sec. 6 (1))—Payment of
revenue under " Gasoline Tax Act" to Highway Development Fund ——	
Vote.142. |||i#
Code No.
024 "Hospital Construction Act, 1950" (Sec. 6 (1) («))—
Payment of revenue under "Amusements Tax Act" to
Hospital Construction Fund	
"Municipalities Aid Act" (Sec. 3 (1))—One-third estimated revenue
from net proceeds of motor-vehicle and chauffeurs' licence fees for
fiscal year ending March 31, 1956, for distribution to municipalities
"Social Services Tax Act" (Sec. 35 (a))-One-third estimated
revenue from net proceeds of social services tax in fiscal year ending March 31, 1956 3 f
Vote 143.    .. . '    '•' jf"
Code No.
020   Grants in Aid of Local Governments	
1,100
5,151,750
1,535,000
7,250,000
 T 74
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$4,000
$100,000
$24,471,445
$100
500
$600
$8,760
6,192
4,356
3,060
1,536
2,868
1,500
(6)      $28,272
1,000
1,415
300
1,500
2,600
3,000
2,800
$40,887
$41,487
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
Vote 144.
nBM_H_MMrtrt.rt.MMBM
Code No.
026    "Supreme Court Act" (Sec. 33)—Payment of interest on
Suitors' Fund deposits   $6,000
Vote 145.
Code No.
888    Salary contingencies  100,000
Total, Department of Finance   $18,108,672
DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES
Vote 146.
Minister's Office
*
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Minister of Trade and Industry)— 	
Secretary (paid by Department of Trade and Industry)      _.	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $ 100
002 Travelling expense |  500
Total of Vote 146	
Vote 147.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister  $8,760
Director of Biological Services __„. 6,192
Inspector of Fisheries   4,356
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2   3,060
Junior Clerk   1,620
Maintenance-man  2,868
Temporary assistance   1,200
(6) $28,056
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   1,000
014   Rentals  1,415
004   Office furniture and equipment |      	
034   Advertising and publicity  ___  1,000
013    Printing and publications  1,500
002 Travelling expenses   2,600
017 Biological surveys   2,700
018 Boat and boat charter  2,052
Total of Vote 147	
Total, Department of Fisheries	
$600
40,323
$40,923
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
Estimated
F„nenditu*t for
■few
$7,500
3,780
4,896
2,520
1,000
(4)    $19,696
1,000
3,000
$23,696
$1,650,000
$6,672
4,644
11,928
10,728
(1)
3,576
(4)
11,880
7,884
(5)
11,232
2,616
(2)
4,776
(2)
4,104
1,716
3,384
716
$85,856
3,252
5,352
2,208
2,208
3,360
500
$102,736
SERVICE
T 75
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956^
4 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
Vote 148. |
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Health and Welfare ___ $7 r00
Secretary -_ 1 4'020
Administrative Assistant  5 Qgg
Clerk-Stenographer _^        2520
Temporary assistance	
(4) $19,128
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  j  950
002 Travelling expense  2,850
Total of Vote 148         $22,928
Vote 149.
Code No.
020   Per Diem Grants under Sec. 4 of " Hospital ActM      1,760,000
Vote 150.
Accounting Division
(For Departments of Health and Welfare and
Provincial Secretary)
Salaries:
Headquarters
Departmental Comptroller —.—  $6,912
Chief Clerk -  4,644
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2  12,276
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1  10>998
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  7,152
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 j  9,048
Three Clerks—Grade 2   8>184
Four Clerks—Grade 1 9,012
Secretarial Stenographer  2' ||
Three Clerk-Stenographers  — 6'
Stenographer—Grade 2 —  2'**®    . __ J|~- -
Stenographer—Grade 1  — '
Two Clerk-Typists  1 — 3'2
Temporary assistance — •—	
$84,444
Vancouver Office
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 — p ',«,
Two Clerks—Grade 2 ■  2 293
Clerk—Grade 1   2160
Clerk-Stenographer   3'156
Two Clerk-Typists	
Temporary assistance      """	
$100,915
 T 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
.Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$2,796
1,800
(38)    $107,332
4,500
1,400
400
$113,632
5,388
\(%i
\X
$108,244
(76)
$4,068
3,780
2,100
2,700
2,700
2,520
3,636
1,500
3,120
3,000
204,582
(86)    $233,706
2,400
100
3,500
11,500
5,000
10,000
43,500
3,000
18,500
200
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 150.
Accounting Division—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Mechanical Section
Mechanical Supervisor—Grade 2 _  $4,500
Mechanical Supervisor—Grade 1  jL 4,068 §
Clerk—Grade 2 ~-  J| 2,868
Clerk-Typist   1T     1,800.
'" jS (39) $114,151        ♦   #
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  j  4,200
002 Travelling expense   6,300
004   Office furniture and equipment  350
If $125,001
Less Federal health grant—salaries  3,704
., .  |jj   Total of Vote 150       $121,297
Vote 151.  iBh''
Provincial Infirmaries
(a) Mar pole Infirmary (Code 15101)
Salaries:
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 3 (Superintendent)   $4,356 1||K
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 (Business Manager) 3,780
Physician (part time) |  2,100
Clerk—Grade 2  2,796
Stockman—Grade 3 1  2,796
j   Clerk-Stenographer   2,436     |t
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 1 (Head
Nurse)  3,780 j|                          )'_k
Physiotherapist  1,500
Cook—Grade 3   3,120                                -m
Barber   3,000
Sundry employees (81) 190,828                                 fJ|
Temporary assistance  35,000
J %     (91) $255,492
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense        2,300 S^~ ~|t'  H
002 Travelling expense ___,  	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds        2,500
006    Heat, light, power, and water j  11,500 ^
008    Medical services         4,800
017    Medical supplies         9,500
010 Provisions and catering ■_  40,000
jf 009    Clothing and uniforms         2,500 '^^m
011 Laundry and dry goods  18,500
025 Maintenance and operation of equipment             800
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
Estimated
$2,000
110
1,600
4,500
1,500
800
1,000
3,000
$345,916
1,400
7,000
$96,786
500
100
1,000
9,000
3,000
3,000
28,500
1,000
4,500
1,200
1,500
1,000
1,000
800
500
T 77
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 151
Provincial Infirmaries	
(a) Marpolefnfirmary-
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
021   Transportation	
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Equipment and machinery M
Incidentals and contingencies	
Tobacco (free issue)	
Burials	
Patients' comfort allowance	
Continued
Continued
$1,500
004
029
016
030
022
023
024
4,000
800
800
1,000
3,000
$358,992
Less deductions for—
Rent i $ 1,400
Board 7,000
8,400
Total, Marpole Infirmary
(b) Allco Infirmary  (Code 15102)
Salaries:
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 (Supervisor)- $3,510
Clerk—Grade 2  2,868
Physician (part time)  1,500
Charge Orderly  3,000
Occupational Therapist (Industrial)  2,436
Cook—Grade 3  3,120
Sundry employees (31) 81,620
Temporary assistance  8,000
(37) $106,054
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense fee  600
002 Travelling expense	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds § 1,000
006   Heat, light, power, and water  9,000
008 Medical services  4'000
017    Medical supplies  3>500
010 Provisions and catering  23,500
009 Clothing and uniforms - 1000
011 Laundry and dry goods — 4,500
025 Maintenance and operation of equip-
m- . 1,200
ment   '
021 Transportation M   |00^
016   Equipment and machinery  2fiv
_■_ 1 000
030   Incidentals and contingencies —  %*k
022 Tobacco (free issue)	
026 Occupational therapy	
$350,592
 T 78
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, #55
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$1,000
1,500
$155,886
4,000
$151,886
$500
3,500
1,000
7$0
1,500
100
1,000
155,125
m 50°
1,500
2*500
$167,975
$657,377
133,727
$523,650
$9,960
8,760
8,760
8^20
8,520
7,728
7,440
6,072
5,568
5,568
4,800
Vote 151.
Provincial Injfjp&iaries—Continued
itft)'- Allco.Infirmary—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No*.,
023 Burials       $1,0Q0
024 Patients' comfort allowance          1,200
■       »__■...._______■-■■_______—■.....■»
$161,554
Less deductions for board         3,000
Total, Allco Infirmary        $158,554
(c) Mount St. Mary Hospital (Code 15103)
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense  $500
008 Medical services   3,500
017    Medical supplies   1,000
009 Clothing and uniforms r_-  750
021 Transportation   1,500
030 Incidentals and contingencies   100
022 Tobaccq (free issjie)   500
027 In-patient care  146,400   .
026 Occupational therapy   500
023 Burials   1,500
024 Patients' comfort allowance  2,500
Total, Mount St. Mary Hospital  158,750
Total, Provincial Infirmaries         $667^96
Less estimated receipts  110,704
Total of Vote 151        $557,192
Public Health Branch
Vote 152.
General Services
(a)  General Services (-Code 15201 p
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Health  $9,960
Deputy Provincial Health Officer  8,760
Assistant Provincial Health Officer  8,760
Director, Division of Environmental Management  1  8,520
Director, Division of Epidemiology  8,520
Director, Division of Preveiltive Dentistry.. 8,016
Director, Division of Public Health Engineering   7J28
Director of Administration  6,432
Assistant Public Health Engineer  5,568
Director, Public Health Nursing  5,568
Assistant Public Health Engineer  4,992
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
Estimated
(2)
(3)
(2)
(3)
(4)
$5,106
3,780
3,252
3,312
3,300
3,120
2,868
5,826
2,796
2^616
7,530
6>48
2,868
8^34
3,516
900
120
W  $202,110
18,000
15,000
4,500
1,570
600
3,700
$245,480
62,244
$183,236
SERVICE
Vote 152.
Public Health Branch.—Continued
General Services—Continued
^-Continued
(a)  General Services
Salaries—Continued
Assistant Director, Public Health Nursing ___ $4,992
Technical Supervisor of Clinic Laboratory
Services    4,800
Senior Research Assistant j 4*644
Director, Public Health Education .. 4,572
Chief Sanitary Inspector  4,644
Three Public Health Educators—Grade 3  11,076
Two Consultants, Public Health Nursing  8,928
Supervisor, Public Health Nursing      	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2  3,924
Two Consultants in Nutrition __.  7,776
Personnel Officer—Grade 1  4,500
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,780
Research Assistant—Grade 2  3,636
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,444
Industrial Nurse (P.H.N.)—Grade 2  3,438
Public Health Educator—Grade 1  3,120
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,868
One Public Health Education Assistant  2,796
Clerk—Grade 2  2,796
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  2,748
Five Secretarial Stenographers-—Grade 1 — 12,480
Three Clerk-Stenographers  7,248
Five Clerks—Grade 1            . - 11,004
Stockroom Clerk—Grade 3   2,868
Three Stenographers—Grade 2  6,312
Two Clerk-Typists —	
Temporary assistance   	
Special living allowance ——     	
(51) $211,218
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
013
004
030
020
Office expense  — 15,500
Travelling expense  ——      15,500
Printing and publications  —        5,500
Office furniture and equipment         1,72j
Incidentals and contingencies _„ —        1,300
Blood donor service —	
$250,743
Less Federal health grant—salaries     48,488
Fisc%iifear Ending
Marc^H, 1956
$202,255
(b) Health Services Building, Vancouver (New) (Code 15202)
Salaries:
Driver 	
Clerk—Grade 1 "S —	
$2,796
1,780
 T 80
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 152.                              §
General Services—Continued
(b) Health Services Building, Vancouver (New)-
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Typist  -       $1,716
-Continued
Switchboard Operator          1,780
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 2         5,232
Four Building Service Workers—Grade 1       10,272
Three Building Service Workers—Female         5,400
p                   (13) $28,976
Expenses:
Code No.
006   Heat, light, power, and water      26,000
018    Maintenance of buildings and grounds        7,600
030   Incidentals and contingencies         3,424
$66,000                            1
$183,236
Total of Vote 152	
       $268,255
Vote 153.
Code No.
020   Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.)	
Less Federal health grant	
$430,000
215,000
$450,000
225,000         9               1
$215,000
Total of Vote 153  I	
         225,000       1
Vote 154.
$194,000
Code No.
019    Grants to Public Health Services, Metropolitan Are
Vote 155.
>as      #194,000
$100,000
Code No.
019   Grant in Aid of Arthritis Control	
110,000       1
Vote 156.             •             ••          IB'-  '          #' ■ '
$43,622
43,612
Code No.
024   Crippled Children (Federal Programme) 	
$43,712
Less Federal health grant	
43,7021                        1
$10
Total of Vote 156 S
10
Vote 157.
$43,622
43,612
Code No.
li 025    Professional Training  (Federal Programme)	
Less Federal health grant ___
$43,712 *-"If '   r
43,702                            1
$10
111'   Total of Vote 157 __
10
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
T 81
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$17,010
17,000
$10
$60,000
$42,887
42,877
$10
$20,000
10,000
$10,000
$599,010
5,388
62,244
295,266
12,642
12,468
$211,002
210,992
$10
$359,410
359,400
$10
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 158.
Code No.
026    Public Health Research (Federal Programme)
Less Federal health grant	
$43,825
43,815
Total of Vote 158
Vote 159.
Rehabilitation
Code No.
019    Grant to Western Society for Rehabilitation (Training and
Rehabilitation of All Types of Paralytics)	
Vote 160.
Code No.
019    Medical Rehabilitation (Federal Programme)
Less Federal health grant	
Total of Vote 160
Vote 161.
Code No.
019    Rehabilitation Co-ordinator
Less Federal health grant
Total of Vote 161 	
Vote 162.
Code No.
028    General Public Health (Federal Programme) —
Less allocated to—
^Accounting Division (Vote 150) $3,704
General Services (Vote 152)  48,488
Local Health Services (Vote 166) 318,798
Division  of  Laboratories   (Vote
167)   13,692
Division of Vital Statistics (Vote
168)   16,182
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)
Total of Vote 162
Vote 163.
Code No. . ,      ,
019    Laboratory and Radiological Services (Federal
Programme) 	
Less Federal health grant
Total of Vote 163
$84,571
84,561
$20,000
10,000
$615,010
400,864
$214,146
214,136
$430,510
430,500
$10
70,000
10
10,000
10
10
 T 82
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(18)
(9)
(4)
(5)
(20)
(104)
(17)
(15)
$34,859
34,849
$10
$45,000
$136,560
46,296
35,532
51,576
11,910
21,480
76,868
339,930
39,570
31,908
6,354
16,674
27,118
5,700
(224) $847,476
36,000
90,000
52,000
9,000
10,000
19,000
8,000
9,000
31,500
1,000
15,000
19,000
$1,146,976
295,266
155,000
$696,710
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 164.
Code No.
019    Child   and   Maternal   Health    (Federal   Programme)         $134,694
Less Federal health grant  134,684
Total of Vote 164
Vote 165.
Code No.
019    Grants re Local Health Services Building Construction
Vote 166.
Local Health Services
Salaries:
Sixteen Directors of Health Units	
Seven Dental Officers	
Ten Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 3	
Fifteen Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 2	
Eight Sanitary Inspectors—Grade 1	
Six Supervisors, Public Health Nursing	
Eighteen Public Health Nurses—Grade 2	
One hundred  and  sixteen  Public  Health Nurses
Grade 1 	
Fifteen Clerk-Stenographers	
Thirteen Stenographers—Grade 2	
Three Clerks—Grade 1	
Four Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Seven Dental Assistants	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance	
(238)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
014    Rentals 	
019    Grants re uniforms	
028 Home nursing care	
008    Medical and dental services	
017    Medical supplies	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Transfer and training of personnel	
032 In aid of resident physicians, medical aid, etc	
$124,400
jf 47,640
40,176
52,194
23,610
26,564
68,184
378,392
1 35,814
28,296
6,534
6,534
16,950
5,940
$861,228
38,000
95,000
52,000
10,000
10,000
32,000
8,000
8,800
55,800
1,000
15,000
15,800
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries
Estimated receipts 	
$1,202,628
$318,798
163,000
481,798
$10
45,000
Total of Vote 166
720,830
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
T 81
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$4,644
5,376
(5)
21,348
13,524
(12)
33,456
(2)
5,676
23,298
2,868
2,832
Iff 2,478
H 2,520
§1 2,076
H 3,474
if 9,000
2,868
2^616
§§ 9,412
(49) $147,466
8,500
H 700
55,000
2,000
21,000
15,500
4,000
$254,166
12,642
$241,524
$5,760
4,644
3,780
(1)
3,780
(3)
9,948
(4)
13,908
(3)
9,144
19,248
(9)
19,926
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 167.
Division of Laboratories
Salaries:
Director (part time)	
Assistant Director	
Physician Specialist	
Three Bacteriologists—Grade 4	
Bacteriologist—Grade 3	
Four Bacteriologists—Grade 2	
Nine Bacteriologists—Grade 1	
Four Laboratory Technicians—Grade 3	
Ten Laboratory Technicians—Grade 2	
Two Laboratory Technicians—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Two Junior Clerks I	
Five Outfits-makers and Glassware-cleaners	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3	
Building Service Worker—Grade 2	
Temporary assistance	
$4,644
5,376
7,032
13,692
4,068
13,452
26,412
12,030
23,712
3,336
3,000
2,868
2,568
2,520
2,028
3,648
9,000
2,868
(49) $142,254
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  12,500
002 Travelling expense  700
017    Medical supplies  52,000
011    Laundry and dry goods  2,000
019    Grants and subsidies  19,000
016    Equipment and machinery  14,000
030    Incidentals and contingencies  4,000
$246,454
Less Federal health grants—salaries  13,692
Total of Vote 167	
Vote 168.
Division of Vital Statistics
Salaries:
Headquarters
Director of Vital Statistics	
Chief Clerk	
Inspector   	
Two Research Assistants—Grade 2	
Two Research Assistants—Grade 1 —	
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Stockman—Grade 5	
Seven Clerks—Grade 2	
Eight Clerks—Grade 1	
$5,952
4,644
3,996
7,704
6,246
17,484
6,120
2,970
19,116
17,760
$232,762
 T 84
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$6,252
4,236
(3)
5,322
(4)
7,356
1,938
(3)
7,560
4,278
(6)
10,038
(5)
9,156
5,810
$152,084
4,212
(1)
3,780
3,510
6,240
4,548
4,548
1,668
(3)
5,370
3,432
(73)    $189,392
23,750
2,700
2,500
600
8,500
2,785
3,000
$233,227
12,468
6,500
$214,259
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 168.
Division of Vital Statistics—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Two Tabulating Machine Operators—Grade 2 .. $6,372
Two Key-punch Operators—Grade 2  1  4,362
Two Key-punch Operators—Grade A  3,738
Two Key-punch Operators—Grade 1  1  3,066
Coder—Grade A  . |||  1,980
Three Coders  -_-_,- , |j  5,406
Microfilm Operator _, ,—__ |—----- 2,028
Four Clerk-Stenographers  „,__, i  9,720
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  , |— 4,236
Nine Clerk-Typists   15,564
Two Junior Clerks  §1  3,648
Temporary assistance -,„„,-.,.      	
$152,112
Vancouver Office
Senior Clerk—Grade 2   4,212
Two Research Assistants—Grade 2  „„..  7,560
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 I  3,576
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   6,504
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,638
Two Clerk-Stenographers  ||| 4,776
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,758
ji Five Clerk-Typists   8,652
Two Junior Clerks , 	
$8,520
7,296
(76) $193,788
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  23,750
002 Travelling expense  2,700
013 Printing and publications   2,800
014 Rentals  600
016    Equipment rental  9,400
004    Office furniture and equipment  2,430
033    District Registrars' commissions, etc.   4,000
$239,468
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries  $16,182
Estimated receipts       6,500
  22,682
Total of Vote 168        $216,786
Vote 169.
Division of Venereal Disease Control
Salaries:
Director  $8,520
Physician in Charge of Clinics	
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
T 85
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(2)
(3)
(2)
$3,996
3,936
3,780
3,672
6,820
9,570
3,126
19,800
3,372
2,868
2,616
2,208
4,512
14,418
3,636
20,800
3,300
(33)    $128,246
4,700
4,550
2,600
400
9,650
350
7,050
400
1,000
75
175
L300
350
3,000
$163,846
43,599
1,000
$119,247
Public Health Branch—-Continued
Vote 169.
Division of Venereal Disease Control—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Supervisor, Public Health Nursing          __z
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2 '      	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   $3,780
Instructor, Staff Nursing—Grade 2 j|  3,672
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1  3,576
Epidemiology Worker (Male)—Grade 2 ]  3,780
Epidemiology Worker (Male)—Grade 1 __.  3,576
Six Staff Nurses—Grade 1 \  19,368
Laboratory Technician—Grade 3 * L  2,748
Clerk—Grade 2  .____._ \  2,868
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,520
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 ,  2,118
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,436
Seven Clerks—Grade 1   13,184
Two Clerk-Typists  3,516
Part-time Physicians  18,552
Ward Assistant  900
Temporary assistance .__-.—_—__-________     __ __—
(27) $95,114
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense __- « ji—~——j$g
002 Travelling expense _ g—«	
013 Printing and publications	
034 Advertising and publicity 1 1—
014 Rentals 	
008 Medical services	
017 Medical supplies	
009 Clothing and uniforms	
011 Laundry and dry goods	
016 Equipment rentals p 1
.    021 Transportation of patients —
004 Office furniture and equipment _____ gj
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories ._-_	
030 Incidentals and contingencies \—
020 Rural treatment and consultative service
4,700
4,500
2,000
200
3,500
350
8,000
400
1,000
150
500
1,500
350
2,500
$124,764
Federal health grant  $43,702
Estimated receipts         500
  44,202
Total of Vote 169 1 ~ ~
$80,562
 T 86
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(2)
$8,520
732
5,952
4,800
4,428
3,186
2,868
3,060
6,714
2,616
7,074
8,700
(19)      $58,650
4,850
2,000
100
3,700
21,200
1,100
1,300
$92,900
$15,600
14,520
3,132
8,402
3,060
4,728
8,832
2,1 IS
(16)      $60,392
1,700
10,000
3,760
15,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control
Vote 170.
Central Office, District Nursing, and Social Service
Salaries:
Medical Director   $8,520
Consultant in Tuberculosis       	
Business Manager   5,952
Director of Nursing  4,800
Personnel Officer—Grade 1   	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,192
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   2,832
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2   3,060
Three Clerks—Grade 1  6,948
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2,616
Two Clerk-Stenographers   5,108
Four Stenographers—Grade 2  8,970
(16) $51,998
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   4,850
002 Travelling expense  1  1,500
023    Subscriptions and slides   100
021    Transportation    3,000
020   Payments to outlying physicians and hospitals  21,200
030   Incidentals and contingencies   1,100
004   Office furniture and equipment  1,050
017    P.A.S. and streptomycin  5,000
Total of Vote 170 	
Vote 171.
Travelling Clinics
Salaries:
Physician Specialist 	
Two Resident Physicians—Grade 2	
Special Service Nurse 	
Three X-ray Technicians—Grade 3 	
Driver-Technician 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Four Stenographers,—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
$8,016
14,760
3,150
9,312
3,060
4,506
8,610
2,208
(15) $53,622
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   1,700
002 Travelling expense   10,000
014   Rentals  3,760
023    X-ray films and maintenance  12,000
$89,798
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 87
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$1,800
800
$93,452
7,158
$86,294
$16,560
8,280
15,048
8,280
46,248
23,304
64,872
21,462
7,020
13,344
2,040
9,216
1,850,412
132,829
(797) $2,218,915
45,560
6,360
2,700
165,000
16,800
68,000
457,100
44,800
54,700
38,700
48,800
5,200
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division OF Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Vote 171.
Travelling Clinics—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
030   Incidentals and contingencies  $i 800
004    Office furniture and equipment 	
$82,882
Less Federal health grant  7,344
Total of Vote 171 	
$75,538
Vote 172.
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics
Salaries:
Two Medical Superintendents—Grade 2  $16,560
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2 (part time)  4,812
Two Resident Physician Specialists  15,336
Senior Physician Specialist  8,280
Six Physician Specialists  47,112
Four Physician Specialists (part time)  18,936
Nine Resident Physicians—Grade 2  64,800
Four Resident Physicians—Grade 2 (part time)  14,850
Dental Officer—Grade 3  6,792
Two Dental Officers—Grade 2  13,584
Senior Intern   2,040
Two Administrative Assistants—Grade 1  9,522
Other hospital employees (including Pharmacists, Bacteriologists, Therapists, Teachers, Dietitians, Technicians, Clerks, Nurses, Tradesmen, etc.)   1,833,518
Temporary assistance  275,375
(849)  $2,331,517
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense „-_  44,560
002 Travelling expense  5>360
014    Rentals   3>300
006    Heat, light, power, and water  153,525
020    Maintenance _—  16,800
011    Laundry   71,580
010    Dietary   ^fl
022 Housekeeping  tt<an
008    Medical and surgical  *9™
025    Drugs  42'300
023 X-ray films and maintenance  43,400
027   Laboratory 	
 T 88
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$10,500
037
14,300
024
248,500
033
1,800
026
21,000
028
2,325
004
3,000
016
1,760
031
1,700
032
3,000
034
6,000
029
53,300
030
$3,539,820
292,350
$3,832,170
67,932
7,420
45,000
20,300
655,000
$3,036,518
$1,283,326
316,638
850,172
292,350
1,033,250
34,110
22,324
$3,832,170
795,652
$3,036,518
Vote 172.
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
In-patient Care and Stationary Clinics—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
Anaesthetic services  t	
Nursing 	
Royal Jubilee, St. Joseph's, and stationary clinics
Occupational therapy 	
Other hospitalization	
Office furniture and equipment	
Equipment  1 |	
Teachers' supplies	
Library 	
New furnishings, repairs and renewals	
Car and truck expense	
Incidentals and contingencies	
$10,500
13,000
256,000
1,400
21,000
2,400
1,500
1,760
1,700
1,500
4,250
47,060
$3,615,142
Jericho Unit:
Salaries and Expenses
$3,615,142
Less-
Recruitment saving   $85,000
Federal health grant—salaries  67,182
Deductions for laundry  14,200
Deductions for board  36,000
Deductions for rent  21,000
Maintenance receipts  700,000
923,382
Total of Vote 172     $2,691,760
Summary
Tranquille Unit (Code 17201)   $1,320,328
Vancouver Island Chest Centre (Code 17202)_. 324,208
Willow Chest Centre (Code 17203)   871,122
Jericho Unit 	
Pearson Unit (Code 17204) _._„ 1,053,544
New Westminster Unit (Code 17205)   32,452
Training-school (Code 17206)  .  13,488
Less sundry credits
$3,615,142
923,382
$2,691,760
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
T 89
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal .Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$368,135
7,158
67,932
$293,045
293,035
$10
$120,000
$120,000
Vote 173.
Public Health Branch—Continued
Division of Tuberculosis Control—Continued
Code No.
020   Tuberculosis Control (Federal Programme)       $368,135
Less allocated to—
Travelling Clinics (Vote 171)      $7,344
In-patient   Care   and  Stationary
Clinics (Vote 172)       67,182
  74,526
$293,609
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)  293,599
Total of Vote 173 	
Vote 174.
Poliomyelitis Pavilion
Salaries:
Physician Specialist „__ $7,440
Physician Specialist (part time)   3,720
Superintendent of Nurses—Grade 1   3,342
Four Physiotherapists |  12,480
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1  \  2,796
Maintenance Mechanic | .____  3,600
Clerk-Stenographer _._._.„  2,160
Sundry employees ~ || .__,_  163,671
Temporary assistance ■____ mm, 21,291
(81) $220,500
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  500
006    Heat, light, power, and water _—_ 15,000
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds  500
011    Laundry  m   7,000
010   Dietary j g - — 16,000
022 Housekeeping   1,000
008    Medical and surgical —  2,000
024 Nursing   * >000
025 Drugs If 3,000
023 X-ray  700
027    Laboratory  500
026 Occupational therapy  400
030 Incidentals, crockery, and linen  1,000
029    Ambulance, jeep, and truck  350
032   Library supplies   ^°
031 Teacher's supplies  150
002 Travelling expense |||       250
$270,000
Less recruitment saving  12,000
Total of Vote 174	
$10
258,000
 T 90
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(3)
$9,360
3,060
(2)      $12,420
400
500
$13,320
$7,152
6,192
5,760
4,500
2,616
325
(5)      $26,545
1,200
2,600
150
100
$30,595
$4,992
2,868
6,990
1,578
325
(6)      $16,753
1,800
600
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Public Health Branch—Continued
Vote 175. 1 ;|
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance 	
Social Welfare Branch
Vote 176. | .     |l
Office of the Deputy Minister
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Welfare  $9,360
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2   3,060
(2) $12,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  500
002 Travelling expense  750
Total of Vote 176	
Vote 177. #
Director of Welfare
Salaries:
Director of Welfare  $6,312
Assistant Director of Welfare  6,192
Director of Industrial Schools      	
Research Consultant  4,644
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,616
H Stenographer—Grade 2  1,890
Temporary assistance 	
|    (5) $21,654
Expenses:
Code No.
j§ 001 Office expense jj  1,100
002 Travelling expense  2,500
004 Office furniture and equipment  	
030 Incidentals and contingencies  100
Total of Vote 177	
Vote 178.
Family Division
Salaries:
Provincial Supervisor  $5,184
Clerk—Grade 2  2,868
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,284
Clerk-Typist  1,668
Temporary assistance	
(6) $16,524
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,500
002 Travelling expense  500
$31,500
13,670
25,354
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 91
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$250
50
$19,453
$5,376
5,376
40,476
35,784
(34)
134,074
(12)
42,432
(152)
493,806
(21)
57,564
3,372
fe 7,152
H5,e64
(9)
21,055
(4)
9,648
(16)
37,380
(45)
100,206
(14)
23,110
(3)
6,132
(2)
m 3>426
11,752
5,000
(335) $1,048,785
40,000
125,000
24,000
5,400
18,700
13,000
$1,274,885
60,000
$1,214,885
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 178.
Family Division—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment  $300
030    Incidentals and contingencies  50
Total of Vote 178	
Vote 179.
■»—■■■—•—■_■■_■___■■
Field Service*
Salaries:
Psychiatric Supervisor   $5 558
Supervisor—Grade 3   5?568
Eight Supervisors—Grade 2  41,460
Eight Supervisors—Grade 1   37,686
Thirty-nine Social Workers—Grade 4  168,588
Seventeen Social Workers—Grade 3  62,082
One hundred and fifty-seven Social Workers—Grade 2 540,072
Six Social Workers—Grade 1  17,382
Launch Engineer-Operator  3,372
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  7,152
Two Senior Clerk-Stenographers  5,346
Ten Senior Stenographers  26,574
Three Secretarial Stenographers  7,572
Fourteen Clerk-Stenographers   33,372
Fifty-five Stenographers—Grade 2  118,876
Five Stenographers—Grade 1  9,096
Five Clerks—Grade 1   10,452
Junior Clerk  1,800
Temporary assistance       	
Special living allowance  5,400
(335) $1,107,418
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
014 Rentals 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
030 Incidentals and contingencies _
40,000
125,000
32,000
9,000
35,600
14,000
$1,363,018
$18,874
Less—
Estimated receipts  $60,000
Recruitment saving     30,000
  90,000
Total of Vote 179       1,273,018
"'* rr,:   "   |   ,  j -., H    .   A..r_w.»i.r_»«!   Social Allowances, Old-age Assistance, Universal Old
V«25£_£ ^tt^S, Bo'y? -"(fflU School Welfare Insfltutions, Venereal
-Disease Control, and Tuberculosis Control.
 T 92
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(2)
(1)
(5)
$5,208
4,068
6,696
3,576
3,252
2,520
11,364
1,578
3,750
(13)  $42,012
1,700
500
200
$44,412
$24,000
$1,500
$5,960,000
$180,000
$50,000
$2,176,000
326,000
$1,850,000
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 180.
Medical Services Division
Salaries:
Director of Medical Services (part time) 	
Chief Pharmacist 	
Graduate Pharmacist I	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Temporary assistance	
$5,208
4,212
3,636
4,836
2,616
12,108
1,536
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipment
(13) $34,152
1,700
500
700
Total of Vote 180
$37,052
Vote 181.
Code No.
020 Burial of Indigents	
Vote 182.
Code No.
021 "Residence and Responsibility Act"—Administration
Vote 183.   .       f§_
Code No.
022 Social Allowances (Including Grants, etc.)	
24*000
1,000
6,350,000
Vote 184.
Code No.
023 Supplementary Social Allowances for Mothers' Allowances
Cases	
Vote 185.
Code No.
024 Administration and Operation of Project and
Pavilion for Japanese at New Denver         $60,000
Less estimated receipts | \  10,000
155,000
Total of Vote 185
50,000
Vote 186.
Code No.
025    Medical Services, Drugs, etc    $2,220,000
Less recoverable from municipalities         330,000
Total of Vote 186
1,890,000
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
T 93
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
(5)
$5,952
4,500
2,832
2,520
2,381
2,658
1,980
10,764
3,432
8,202
1,600
(19)      $46,821
5,500
2,500
1,500
1,800
$58,121
$420,000
422,000
520,560
7,000
500
400
200
200
25,000
$1,395,860
150,000
$1,245,860
$3,000
2,990
$10
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Child Welfare Division
Vote 187.
Administration
Salaries:
Superintendent of Child Welfare  $5 952
Deputy Superintendent of Child Welfare  4,*644
Senior Clerk-Stenographer ,_„_  2 568
Clerk-Stenographer   2 520
Senior Stenographer i ,  2 298
Clerk—Grade 2  2,748
Clerk—Grade 1  2,076
Five Stenographers—Grade 2 | 10,644
Two Stenographers—Grade 1   3,516
Two Junior Clerks  3,184
Junior Clerk—Grade A  1,536
Two Clerk-Typists  3,156
Temporary assistance      	
(19) $44,842
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  5,800
002 Travelling expense   2,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  600
030    Incidentals and contingencies  1,800
Total of Vote 187         $55,542
Vote 188.
Maintenance of Dependent Children and
Grants to Homes
Code No.
027 Children's Aid Societies   $512,000
028 C.A.S. wards—municipal responsibility  458,000
If 031    C.W.D. foster homes  612,000
033 Transportation of children  8,000
034 Loyal Protestant Orphanage  500
034    St. Ann's Convent, Nanaimo  400
034    St. Ann's Boys'School, Duncan  200           _   . ._.
034 Monastery of Our Lady of Charity  200
035 Hospitalization of infants   30,000
$1,621,300
Less estimated receipts  175,000
Total of Vote 188       1,446,300
Vote 189.
Code NO. dj 1   «rr\r\
020   Jewish Overseas Children BSHBH
Less recoverable from European Children s
Committee   .    '
Total of Vote 189  10
 T 94
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$4,356
3,510
3,060
4,596
3,120
2,940
3,000
70,626
(34)  $95,208
820
1,000
19,750
3,500
5,850
33,000
3,000
7,200
400
960
2,000
500
2,400
$175,588
1,900
540
63,000
$110,148
$5,952
5,568
4,644
4,068
141,484
(48) $161,716
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 190.
Provincial Home, Kamloops
Salaries:
Superintendent   $4,356
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  (Assistant Superintendent)   3,576
Head Nurse  3,312
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,692
Cook—Grade 3   3,120
Building Service Worker—Grade 4  2,940
Charge Orderly   3,000
Other  institutional  employees   (including temporary
assistance)    76,076
Vote 191.
Industrial School for Boys, Brannan Lake
Salaries:
Superintendent   $5,952
Treatment Director	
Assistant Superintendent  4,212
Chief Supervisor  4,212
Other institutional employees   (including temporary
assistance)   223,002
(36) $101,072
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  820
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  1,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water  19,750
008 Medical services  3,500
017    Medical supplies   2,500
010 Provisions and catering  33,000
009 Clothing and uniforms  3,000
011 Laundry and dry goods  9,000
025    Maintenance and operation of equipment  400
021 Transportation    600
016    Equipment and machinery  1,000
030    Incidentals and contingencies   500
023    Burials  2,400
$178,542
Less—
Deductions for board  $1,900
Deductions for rent       660
Estimated receipts  54,000
I            jf                        56,560
Total of Vote 190       $121,982
(70)  $237,378
 HEALTH AND WELFARE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 95
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$2,225
2,050
2,500
5,000
10,500
1,000
46,400
8,150
4,550
2,000
2,000
1,150
2,000
600
5,070
$256,911
1§ 2,400
300
$254,211
34,750
$288,961
$4,500
3,708
6,240
26,580
2,700
2,748
2,904
2,796
3,220
2,868
2,436
27,868
(30)      $88,568
SociAL Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 191.
Industrial School for Boys, Brannan Lake—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  <m ^qo
002 Travelling expense  2500
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  5,850
006    Heat, light, power, and water  20,000
008 Medical services   14 200
017    Medical supplies  2,000
010 Provisions and catering  50,500
009 Clothing and uniforms —  13,450
011 Laundry and dry goods  8,500
025    Maintenance and operation of equipment  2,500
021 Transportation   2,500
016    Equipment and machinery  5,150
030    Incidentals and contingencies  2,000
040 Repairs to furnishings and equipment  600
041 Training programme expense  6,000
$377,428
Less—
Deductions for board      $2,400
Deductions for rent         1,440
Recruitment saving       15,000
  18,840
$358,588
Brannan Lake Boys' School:
Salaries and expenses (now included in above)      	
Total of Vote 191        $358,588
Vote 192.
Industrial School for Girls
Salaries:
Welfare Supervisor—Grade 3 (Superintendent)  $4,500
Welfare Supervisor—Social Worker—Grade 5 (Treatment Director)   £140
Two Social Workers—Grade 3  6,876
Nine Social Workers—Grade 2  2M48
Social Worker—Grade 1  2>832
Occupational Therapist—Grade 1       -----
Psychiatric Nurse  '
Recreational Director  '
Teacher—Grade 4  '
Clerk—Grade 2  2'496
Stenographer—Grade 2 1
Other institutional employees   (including temporary
N                                                                            -./,J-*4
assistance)   	
(32) $98,812
 T 96
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,100
300
1,600
5,200
3,000
700
16,000
2,200
500
1,400
1,000
500
4,000
3,000
250
500
3,200
$133,018
1,200
240
1,800
$129,778
$6,672
1,200
5,184
4,644
4,140
14,304
(4)
11,316
2,700
(7)
17,700
(23)
52,470
(10)
17,772
(8)
13,758
1,500
(62)
$153,360
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 192.
Industrial School for Girls—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $1,100
002 Travelling expense  300
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  2,050
006    Heat, light, power, and water  5,200
008 Medical services   3,000
017    Medical supplies  775
010 Provisions and catering  14,500
009 Clothing and uniforms  3,348
011 Laundry and dry goods f -  250
025    Maintenance and operation of equipment  1,400
021 Transportation  _  1,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  2,500
016   Equipment and machinery  2,400
030 Incidentals and contingencies  100
012 Good Conduct Fund  500
042    Vocational and recreational supplies, etc  3,400
$141,135
Less—
Deductions for board       $1,200
Deductions for rent  60
Sale of garden produce         1,800
1                                                    3,060
Total of Vote 192 1 jj       $138,075
Vote 193.
I Old-age Assistance Act," 1951, and | Blind Persons'
Allowances Act," 1951—Administration
Salaries:
Chairman    $6,672
Member of Board  1,200
Administrative Assistant   5,184
Accountant   4,644
Senior Clerk—Grade 2   4,212
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  14,304
Five Clerks—Grade 2   14,094
Senior Stenographer   2,700
Six Clerk-Stenographers   15,180
Twenty-four Clerks—Grade 1   54,954
Nine Junior Clerks  15,582
Graphotype Operator   1,896
Seven Clerk-Typists   11,862
Temporary assistance 	
(62) $152,484
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$40,000
500
723
1,500
$196,083
$4,425,000
2,351,000
$2,074,000
$6,250,000
146,000
$6,104,000
$220,000
$27,535,484
$7,500
3,504
2,028
(3)      $13,032
1,400
3,300
HEALTH AND WELFARE T 97
SERVICE Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Social Welfare Branch—Continued
Vote 193.
"Old-age Assistance Act," 1951, and "Blind Persons' Allowances
Act," 1951—Administration—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $48 qO0
002 Travelling expense   500
004    Office furniture and equipment   1,520
030 Incidentals and contingencies   1,500
Total of Vote 193        $204,004
Vote 194. fl
Code No.
031 Old-age Assistance and Blind Persons' Allow
ances      $3,973,000
Less refunds, Federal and other Provinces      2,129,000
Total of Vote 194        1,844,000
Vote 195.
Code No.
020    Cost-of-living Bonus Paid to Recipients of Old-
age Assistance, Universal Old Age Security,
and Blind Persons' Allowances     $5,979,000
Less refund from other Provinces         204,000
Total of Vote 195       5,775,000
Vote 196.
Code No.
020    I Mothers' Allowances Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 225, Sec.
13)             205,000
Vote 197.
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance 1  16,500
Total, Department of Health and Welfare  $27,784,257
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
Vote 198.
Minister's Office
Salaries: *- -~~
Minister of Labour  **-{»
_      A __ 3,435
Secretary   2 208
Stenographer—Grade 2   1
(3) $13,146
Expenses:
Code No. 1 900
001 Office expense  3'30O
002 Travelling expense	
8
 T 98
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(8)
(8)
(10)
(2)
$300
$18,032
$8,760
6,192
4,992
5,500
4,644
25,848
29,328
24,342
7,212
3,000
2,868
2,700
5,232
12,288
21,312
4,464
1,758
3,474
3,432
14,760
480
(56)    $192,586
1,104
1,308
$190,174
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
12,500
001
25,000
002
4,500
013
2,600
014
1,415
004
3,500
030
$239,689
$5,664
Vote 198.
Minister's Office—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004   Office furniture and equipment	
Total of Vote 198	
Vote 199.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour	
Chief Administrative Officer	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 2	
Supervisor—Grade 2	
Compensation Counsellor	
Supervisor—Grade 1	
Six Inspectors—Grade 3	
Thirteen Inspectors—Grade 2	
Three Inspectors—Grade 1	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Senior Stenographer	
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1 _
Five Clerk-Stenographers	
Nine Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 1 _
Junior Clerk	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance	
$9,060
6,192
5,472
5,300
4,992
27,432
49,404
9,444
7,212
3,300
5,388
2,700
5,232
12,438
19,284
4,098
1,620
3,474
480
(54) $182,522
Less—
Refund from other votes	
Refund from " Indian Inquiry Act
Expenses:
Code No.
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Printing and publishing	
Rentals   	
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies __
2,247
»
$180,275
10,500
25,000
2,500
3,375
2,500
Total of Vote 199
Vote 200.
Board of Industrial Relations
Salaries:
Research Officer and Secretary	
$18,346
224,150
$5,760
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$1,800
3,000
2,500
50
$13,014
$4,800
12,852
3,444
300
(5)      $21,396
1,000
3,200
400
$25,996
$4,896
14,304
2,436
(6)      $21,636
1,500
2,800
240
900
100,000
$127,076
57,500
$69,576
$2,700
LABOUR T 99
SERVICE Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 200.
Board of Industrial Relations—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   *•• 5qq
002 Travelling expense  3200
020 Allowances, Board Members  3*100
004 Office furniture and equipment	
Total of Vote 200         $13,560
Vote 201.
Factories Inspection
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Factories  $4,992
Three Inspectors of Factories  13,884
Homework Inspector  3,444
Temporary assistance	
(5)  $22,320
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,000
002 Travelling expense  3,200
004    Office furniture and equipment      	
Total of Vote 201  26,520
Vote 202.
Apprenticeship Branch
Salaries:
Director of Apprenticeship  $5,088
Four Inspectors of Apprenticeship  15,120
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,436
Clerk-Typist  1,668
(7)  $24,312
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  i,500
002 Travelling expense  2,800
004 Office furniture and equipment -—     	
020 Allowances, Provincial Apprenticeship Commit-
tee  70° .
031    Apprentice-training   100,000
$129,312
Less refund from Federal Government  60,000
Total of Vote 202  69>312
Vote 203.
  Trade-schools Branch
oaiaries. <h« *7(\c\
Senior Stenographer	
 T 100
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$75
200
500
$3,475
$16,000
5,952
5,184
5,568
(2)
9,444
11,988
(2)
7,572
3,576
2,616
2,436
8,250
1,758
(2)
3,198
2,000
(21)      $85,542
6,000
11,200
450
970
20,000
$124,162
$4,140
1,308
(2)        $5,448
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 203.
Trade-schools Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $75
002 Travelling expense  200
020   Allowances, Members   500
Total of Vote 203	
Vote 204.
Labour Relations Branch
Salaries:
Chairman and Four Members (per diem)	
Chief Executive Officer 1	
Registrar and Secretary	
Chief Conciliation Officer	
Three Conciliation Officers—Grade 3	
Three Conciliation Officers—Grade 2	
Conciliation Officer—Grade 1  |
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Senior Stenographer	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist	
Temporary assistance	
$5,952
5,184
5,568
14,628
12,060
3,372
3,636
2,616
2,298
8,430
1,620
1,980
1,488
(20) $68,832
Expenses:
Code No.
|g001    Office expense  6,000
002   Travelling expense  11,000
014   Rentals   425
004   Office furniture and equipment       	
020 Boards of Conciliation  15,000
021 Allowances, Board Members  8,000
Total of Vote 204 „	
Vote 205.
Indian Inquiry Branch
Salaries:
Secretary to the Provincial Advisory Committee on
Indian Affairs	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
$4,212
(1) $4,212
$3,475
109,257
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$500
3,000
$8,948
$40,472
$7,400
$550,764
$7,500
4,212
(2)  $11,712
800
2,648
200
$15,360
$9,960
6,192
7,848
(1)
(2)
(6)
3,312
6,084
2,436
12,810
(2)
4,464
LANDS AND FORESTSf T 101
SERVICE Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 205.
Indian Inquiry Branch—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  *^00
002 Travelling expense  2 500
Total of Vote 205   $7 212
Rentals Control Branch	
Vote 206.
Code No.
029    Motor-vehicles and Accessories  7,400
Vote 207.
4_—rti—HNM—H«H
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance  5,300
Total, Department of Labour       $484,532
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS
Vote 208. 4 •
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Lands and Forests  $7,500
Secretary   4,212
(2) $11,712
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  800
002 Travelling expense  3,500
030   Incidentals and contingencies  200
Total of Vote 208	
Lands Service
Vote 209.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Lands  $9>960
Assistant to the Deputy Minister of Lands  6,192
Director of Conservation  *,192
Personnel Assistant  D>OJ^
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2       ——
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  ^,780
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  M»»
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  *>~
Clerk—Grade 2  15318
Seven Clerks—Grade 1  '
Stockman—Grade 3  '    ^
Stockman—Grade 2	
$16,212
 T 102
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2) $3,336
3,060
5,184
6,500
(21)      $71,186
6,950
5,000
4,500
970
6,000
$94,606
$4,722
3,996
7,416
10,204
6,252
(2) 4,056
2,616
2,076
2,118
1,576
3,336
1,000
(17)  i $49,368
3,000
500
250
$53,118
(5)
$6,672
5,856
4,644
11,994
17,880
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 209.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2	
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1	
Clerk-Stenographer |	
Temporary assistance	
1,800
2,796
5,232
2,298
(23) $74,634
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  6,900
002 Travelling expense  3,500
013    Printing and publications  4,600
004    Office furniture and equipment  800
030   Incidentals and contingencies*  13,500
Total of Vote 209        $103,934
Vote 210.
Accounting Division
Salaries:
Accountant, Lands Service  $5,088
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,140
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1   7,560
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 .  10,530
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   6,252
Clerk—Grade 2   2,868 -**S~   -Mr
Clerk—Grade 1   2,118  ' :    J§#
Senior Stenographer  2,678
Clerk-Stenographer   	
Stenographer—Grade 2   2,208
Clerk-Typist    1,668
Two Junior Clerks  3,612
Temporary assistance   	
(16) $48,722
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   2,000
002 Travelling expense  ,_ 400
004   Office furniture and equipment  100
Total of Vote 210	
Vote 211.
Lands Branch
Salaries:
Superintendent of Lands 	
Assistant Superintendent of Lands	
Chief Clerk 	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Six Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
$6,672
5,184
4,644
12,132
22,680
51,222
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 103
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$3,378
llll 5,400
(2) 5,136
18,614
Kit   1,5S6
Bit     2'700
(6)        12,708
1,668
§    5,000
(29)   j $93,186
6,000
1,000
8,000
1,800
885
11,000
$121,871
$5,952
4,992
(10)
43,704
■? (5)
16,242
2,208
8,750
1,320
(18)      $83,168
4,000
30,000
2,260
1,540
4,000
1,000
$125,968
Vote 211.
Lands Service—Continued
Lands Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Four Clerks—Grade 1
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Senior Stenographer 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Five Stenographers—Grade 2
Clerk-Typist 	
Temporary assistance 	
$3,540
7,884
9,012
1,668
2,700
2,298
10,908
1,758
(29) $91,080
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  4,000
002 Travelling expense   750
013    Printing and publications   4,800
031 Advertising and publicity   1,800
004    Office furniture and equipment  695
032 Land-sales commissions   9,000
Total of Vote 211  I       $112,125
Vote 212.
Inspection Division
Salaries:
Chief Land Inspector  $5,952
Assistant Chief Land Inspector  4,992
Thirteen Land Inspectors—Grade 2  56,412
Two Land Inspectors—Grade 1  6,372
Clerk-Stenographer  2,298
Temporary assistance      	
Special living allowance  1»320
(18) $77,346
Expenses:
Code No. ~ 7/%/x
001 Office expense  y'™
002 Travelling expense  i\m
014    Rentals  '
004    Office furniture and equipment	
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories       fe-
016    Equipment and machinery j   ^
Total of Vote 212	
111,026
 T 104
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$4,068
3,636
(2)   $7,704
250
1,900
100
$9,954
$8,760
7,032
3,636
2,076
1,000
(4)   $22,504
1,750
3,000
625
350
$28,229
16,937
$11,292
$7,728
2,868
5,000
(2)  $15,596
1,000
2,000
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 213. I
Land Settlement Board
Salaries:
Inspector, Land Settlement Board—Grade 2  $4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,780
(2)  $7,848
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  250
002 Travelling expense  1,850
004    Office furniture and equipment       	
Total of Vote 213	
Vote 214.
Dyking Commission
Salaries:
Dyking Commissioner   $8,760
Assistant Dyking Commissioner  6,312
Senior Clerk—Grade 1   3,780
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,160
Temporary assistance __,      	
(4)  $21,012
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,500
002 Travelling expense  3,500
004 Office furniture and equipment       	
016 Equipment and machinery      	
$26,012
Less amounts contributed by sundry dyking
districts   15,907
Total of Vote 214	
Surveys and Mapping Branch
Vote 215. f]|
Administration
Salaries:
Surveyor-General and Director of Surveys and Mapping   $8,016
Assistant to Director of Surveys and Mapping  6,432
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,868
Temporary assistance —|L~	
(3) $17,316
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,000
002 Travelling expense  2,000
$9,948
10,105
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 105
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(9)
(2)
(4)
$300
235
1,000
$20,131
$5,000
1,000
$6,000
$6,192
4,500
3,636
4,212
12,636
18,654
3,120
3,780
26,526
3,252
2,868
5,736
2,616
4,914
2,760
2,118
1,896
6,984
2,976
5,000
(47)    $168,200
Vote 215.
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Administration—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
013    Printing and publications   $200
004    Office furniture and equipment  100
016    Equipment and machinery      	
Total of Vote 215 	
Vote 216.
Special Commitments
Code No.
033 B.C.-Yukon Boundary Survey—Establishment of
boundary and preparation of plans         $30,000
034 Alberta-B.C. Boundary—Inspection and mainte
nance   500
Total of Vote 216	
Vote 217.
Legal Surveys Division
Salaries:
Chief, Legal Surveys Division   $6,432
Supervising Surveyor  6,192
Assistant Chief, Legal Surveys Division	
Six Land Surveyors—Grade 3  33,408
Land Surveyor—Grade 2  4,068
Chief Draughtsman  4,500
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 4  3,780
Technical Draughtsman  4,212
Three Supervising Draughtsmen  12,564
Five Senior Draughtsmen  18,858
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 3  3,252
Blue-print Operator  3,504
Ten Draughtsmen—Grade 2  30,666
Photostat Operator  3,252
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 2  3,000
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,346
Blue-printer's Assistant—Grade 2  2,700
Four Draughtsmen—Grade 1 _  9,744
Senior Stenographer  2,820
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,028
Studio Helper  1'980
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A  1,716
Two Blue-print Assistants—Grade 1  2,984
Temporary assistance -      	
(47) $167,006
$20,616
30,500
 T 106
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(2)
(4)
$4,000
1,500
600
3,500
700
5,800
6,500
35,000
10,000
110,000
1,000
$346,800
18,750
$328,050
$6,672
6,192
5,280
5,184
4,800
4,500
4,500
3,708
21,348
3,252
5,928
5,136
10,224
2,796
2,616
2,118
8,000
(26)    $102,254
2,000
1,300
875
125
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 217. 1
Legal Surveys Division—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   $4,000
002 Travelling expense  600
031 Advertising and publicity  600
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  3,500
004   Office furniture and equipment  630
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories       	
016    Equipment and machinery  150
032 Blue-print and photostat supplies  35,000
033 Provision of survey posts  10,000
034 Field surveys, etc  88,000
035 Monument renewals  1,000
Jf $310,486
Less reimbursement, B.C. Department of Public Works  18,750
Total of Vote 217       $291,736
Vote 218.
Geographic Division
Salaries:
Chief, Geographic Division  $6,432
Assistant Chief, Geographic Division      	
Geographer  5,472
Map Editor  5,376
Mathematical Computer  4,992
Supervisor, Map Distribution  4,356
Map Librarian      	
Chief Draughtsman  4,500
Assistant Mathematical Computer  3,852
Six Senior Draughtsmen  21,690
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 3  3,252
Four Draughtsmen—Grade 2  11,988
Two Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2  5,412
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 1  5,046
Clerk—Grade 2  2,868
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,616
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 1   1,924
Temporary assistance      	
(25) $89,776
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,000
002 Travelling expense  800
004   Office furniture and equipment  50
016    Equipment and machinery  250
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 107
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$16,400
1,200
1,000
$6,672
6,192
1(6)
31,488
■ (4)
15,984
4,644
4,500
3,780
11,268
3,312
m^
12,744
(3)
8,736
(7)
19,536
(1)
2,478
8,832
2,520
2,298
6,000
(40)    $150,984
2,250
1,300
6,300
610
3,200
8,250
100,000
$272,894
$6,552
6,192
Lands Service—Continued
I       f§|'   " Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 218.
Geographic Division—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
032 Map printing   $- 45Q
033 Map purchase  1000
034 Map distribution  j'qqo
Total of Vote 218        $102,326
Vote 219.
Topographic Division
Salaries:
Chief, Topographic Division  $6,672
Assistant Chief, Topographic Division	
Supervising Surveyor  5,760
Four Topographic Surveyors—Grade 3  21,888
Five Topographic Surveyors—Grade 2  20,196
Chief Clerk  4,644
Chief Draughtsman  4,500
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 4  3,636
Three Senior Draughtsmen  11,700
Radio Technician  3,708
Six Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 3  19,164
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2  5,736
Five Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2  13,416
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 1  5,184
Four Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 1  8,292
Junior Draughtsman  2,616
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,076
Temporary assistance      	
(39) $139,188
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,250
002 Travelling expense  600
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  6,300
004    Office furniture and equipment  210
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  2,500
016    Equipment and machinery  8>000
034    Field operations  ?:>,uuu
Total of Vote 219         254,048
Vote 220.
Salaries:
Chief, Air Division	
Assistant Chief, Air Division.
Air Division
$6,672
6,192
 T 108
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(3)
(3)
(12)
(1)
(13)
$15,744
4,992
4,644
8,568
12,132
4,500
19,980
8,136
7,140
7,638
3,924
3,780
20,964
11,340
35,244
3,120
3,06t)
5,532
16,920
31,668
2,028
1,938
1,980
4,000
(73)    $251,716
2,900
1,000
300
11,561
7,700
600
4,300
37,000
20,000
2,000
500
$3-39,577
60,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$279,577
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Continued
Vote 220. j
Air Division—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Three Topographic Surveyors—Grade 3  $16,320
Air-photo Analyst  5,184
Supervisor, Air Operations  4,800
Two Air Survey Detachment Chiefs  8,784
Two Air Survey Pilots  8,496
Chief Draughtsman  4,500
Five Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 4  20,556
Two Supervising Draughtsmen  8,136
Two Senior Draughtsmen . 7,416
Two Instrument-makers   7,776
Photographer   3,924
Assistant Photographer  3,780
Six Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 3  21,762
Two Aircraft Mechanics  7,560
Nine Draughtsmen—Grade 2  26,598
Assistant Instrument-maker  3,120
Two Air Survey Flying Assistants  6,240
Two Photographic Technicians  5,700
Six Technical Survey Assistants—Grade 2  17,064
Twelve Draughtsmen—Grade 1  29,292
Stenographer—Grade 2 .      	
Clerk-Stenographer   2,208
Studio Helper       	
Acting Photographic Technician  2,436
Clerk-typist   1,620
Temporary assistance  	
(68) $236,136
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,900
002 Travelling expense  1,000
013 Printing and publications  100
014 Rentals  11,100
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  5,070
004   Office furniture and equipment  600
016    Equipment and machinery  500
034 Field operations  23,000
035 Processing laboratory   20,450
032    Mapping materials  2,000
036 Air-photo library  500
$303,356
Less reimbursement from Forest Reserve Account   120,000
Total of Vote 220 _       $183,356
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 109
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(3)
$7,728
6,432
5,952
5,568
35,766
5,760
16,344
4,644
4,500
4,212
4,212
4,068
16,056
3,372
3,510
9,240
2,700
2,928
2,436
2,616
4,104
4,104
4,644
23,904
18,816
6,672
1,000
(52)    $211,288
6,515
16,000
648
520
900
6,405
700
3,325
$246,301
$12,000
5,225
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 221.
i I   . Water Rights Branch
Salaries:
^Comptroller of Water Rights  $7 032
Chief Engineer  6432
Chief Hydraulic Engineer  5856
Solicitor—Grade 1  5760
Seven Hydraulic Engineers  34230
Project Engineer  5 28O
Four Assistant Hydraulic Engineers  14,832
Chief Clerk  4'644
Chief Draughtsman  4 500
Supervising Draughtsman  4,212
Technical Draughtsman  4 212
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,212
Four Senior Draughtsmen  15,636
Technical Survey Assistant—Grade 3  3,252
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2  9,624
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  3,060
Clerk—Grade 2  2,928
Draughtsman—Grade 1      	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A  1,716
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,616
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,278
Two Clerks—Grade 1  4,178
Two Clerk-Typists  3,108
Junior Clerk  1,578
District Offices:
Four District Engineers  24,288
Four Assistant District Engineers  20,004
Three Clerk-Stenographers  6,852
Temporary assistance      	
(52) $207,896
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  6>250
002 Travelling expense  22,180
004    Office furniture and equipment  2,515
013    Printing and publications  7u0
£| 014    Rentals   90°
016    Equipment and machinery  2>630
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  400
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  2»20u
030 Incidentals and contingencies  2>500
Total of Vote 221       $248,171
Vote 222.
Code No.
017 Final licence surveys
018 Snow surveys	
Hydraulic Surveys
$12,000
5,785
 T 110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(6)
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
14,500
2,500
4,000
$38,225
(4)  $20,000
2,700
6,800
500
1,500
34,850
58,800
$125,150
45,150
$80,000
$10,000
$1,500
$6,192
3,372
2,868
2,616
4,068
3,708
20,400
28,100
(21)  $71,324
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 222.
Hydraulic Surveys—Continued
Code No.
019    Water-resources surveys 	
021 Ground-water surveys	
022 Dam inspections 	
Total of Vote 222 	
$23,500
2,500
3,500
Vote 223.
Fraser River Basin Board
Salaries  (5)  $23,325
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   3,000
Travelling expense  5,000
Office furniture and equipment  500
Equipment and machinery  500
Motor-vehicles and accessories       	
Incidentals and contingencies  500
Water resources, bathometric surveys, etc. (Provincial share)   37,750
Investigations, water storage, and other surveys 71,675
002
004
016
029
030
023
031
Less recoverable from Federal Government-
Total of Vote 223.
$142,250
52,250
Vote 224.
Code No.
020    B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging	
Vote 225.
Code No.
019    Grant—British Columbia Natural Resources Conference
Vote 226.
Southern Okanagan Lands Project
Salaries:
Project Manager	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Janitor 	
Foreman	
Assistant Foreman	
Five Ditch-riders 	
Assistant Ditch-rider	
Sundry employees 	
$5,190
3,504
2,868
2,616
4,068
3,708
17,220
3,252
24,000
(20)  $66,426
$47,285
90,000
15,000
1,500
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 111
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$1,500
350
•>1170
1,100
4,800
2,000
800
28,135
$110,179
75,500
$34,679
$200
$5,940
2,436
I    4,200
W    1     3,700
MUSI     3,156
Bpfl     2,976
mmmmmW ^^
Ifl-      20,252
■pf|     54°
mm>    5,030
HBf   4'550
mm^ 13,170
Bp-      38,450
Wf.       12»300
(30)    $119,676
2,000
2,000
500
15,600
33,450
9,600
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 226.
Southern Okanagan Lands Project—Continued
tixpenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $1500
002 Travelling expense ______Z___ fi '300
031 Advertising and publicity                    " 15Q
006    Heat, light, power, and water.  lj000
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  s'ooo
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  6,074
039    Equipment rental   \jq
032 Maintenance  and  operation  of  irrigation  and
Oliver domestic water system  33,500
$114,120
Less estimate revenue  80,000
Total of Vote 226	
Vote 227.
Recoverable Expenditure
Code No.
020    I Soldiers' Land Act, 1918 "—Houses, South Vancouver	
Vote 228.
" University Endowment Lands Administration Act "
(R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 351, Sec 3)
Salaries:
Administrative Officer  $6,192
Project Engineer  5,184
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,832
Clerk—Grade 2      	
Shop Foreman  4,344
Gardener Foreman  3,852
Utility Man—Grade 3  3,264
Truck-driver  3,084
Utility Man—Grade 1  3,084
Seven Labourers  20,664
Electrician (part time)  1      	
Fire Chief  5,160
Assistant Fire Chief  4,740
Three Captains  13,608
Ten Firemen  38,328
Temporary assistance  13,770
(30) $128,106
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2'72U
002 Travelling expense  2>060
004    Office furniture and equipment  500
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  42,140
006    Heat, light, power, and water  36,800
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  12,000
$34,120
200
 T 112
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(4)
(3)
$2,100
1,000
9,600
2,000
$197,526
225,700
$423,226
133,389
72,250
30,000
187,577
$10
$9,960
17,040
6,192
4,992
3,636
3,060
7,848
2,076
7,152
26,448
18,816
6,192
43,872
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Lands Service—Continued
Vote 228.
1 University Endowment Lands Administration Act g—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
039 Equipment rental 	
032 Land-sales commissions	
037 Superannuation contribution 	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
016 Equipment and machinery	
$2,100
9,600
1,660
038    Planning and construction of works
Less-
$237,686
57,500
$295,186
Estimated revenue  $164,150
Recoverable from Department of
Education (Vote 111)       79,250
Recoverable from Department of
Public Works       10,000
Excess of disbursements over receipts carried to Fund       41,776
Total of Vote 228
Vote 229.
Code No.
031    Investigation of Doukhobor Lands
Vote 230.
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance	
Forest Service
Vote 231. jB
Salaries
A dministration
Deputy Minister of Forests and Chief Forester	
Two Assistant Chief Foresters	
Forester—Grade 1 and Solicitor	
Personnel Officer—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2	
Three Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Headquarters
Forester—Grade 3 	
Six Foresters—Grade 2	
Two Foresters—Grade 1 	
Forest Agrologist	
Eight Assistant Foresters—Grade 3
295,176
$9,960
17,040
6,192
5,376
3,576
3,060
7,848
2,436
39,792
12,624
6,192
44,448
$10
1,000
50,000
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
t lit*
SERVICE
(17)
(29)
(4)
(1)
$76,566
116,244
13,488
3,780
4,644
4,500
3,504
4,356
3,780
(1)
2,868
8,712
3,636
(4)
12,048
17,652
(2)
3,516
7,572
5,568
4,644
11,772
3,504
(5)
22,860
11,268
(9)
32,790
(13)
44,148
25,932
(5)
12,696
(11)
23,532
6,852
2,256
5,400
9,900
21,990
1,716
9,744
6,912
6,192
5,568
5,376
9,492
8,424
19,620
13,572
Vote 231
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Nineteen Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Twenty-eight Assistant Foresters—Grade 1	
Forester-in-training
Two Assistant Forest Agrologists—Grade 1	
Public Relations Officer—Grade 1___■	
Public Relations Assistant	
Photographer 	
Assistant Photographer	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 4	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3	
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 2	
Two Chief Draughtsmen	
Senior Draughtsman ...._ 	
Six Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Seven Draughtsmen—Grade 1	
Four Junior Draughtsmen	
Four Junior Draughtsmen—Grade A	
Departmental Comptroller	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 3	
Three Investigators, Forest Products Accounting	
Audit Accountant—Grade 1	
Four Chief Clerks	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Ten Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Eleven Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Nine Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Eight Clerks—Grade 2	
Ten Clerks—Grade 1	
Four Junior Clerks	
Three Junior Clerks—Grade A 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Senior Stenographers 	
Four Clerk-Stenographers 	
Ten Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Six Clerk-Typists  ~~
Vancouver Forest District
Forester—Grade 3 (District Forester) 	
Forester—Grade 1 	
Assistant Forester—Grade 3	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 2	
Two Forest Protection Officers—Grade 1 	
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2 	
Five Assistant Foresters—Grade 1 	
Forester-in-training   	
Three Ranger Supervisors  "~ T 7
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3 	
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$87,630
112,464
3,372
7,992
4,800
3,780
3,186
3,924
5,736
9,000
M 3,780
18,102
17,520
6,816
5,760
9,600
12,204
18,432
11,556
36,966
38,232
26,496
21,264
21,894
5,544
2,340
5,460
9,774
21,540
1,578
10,140
7,152
6,072
5,568
5,568
9,636
8,568
20,196
3,372
14,016
9,600
 T 114
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
(1)
(4)
(6)
$4,500
9,600
3,252
104,904
3,120
3,636
3,060
2,868
3,636
10,008
3,120
3,222
4,644
8,280
7,488
10,014
8,766
10,230
12,930
6,630
2,700
2,748
5,040
18,210
3,294
2,208
120
6,912
5,760
5,568
5,184
4,644
H8'424
(7)
27,468
4,068
4,992
4,644
12,204
(3)
10,536
3,060
9,600
13,716
(20)
82,420
(3)
9,120
3,060
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 231.
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Forest District—Continued
Inspector (Export Logs)   $4,500
Two Senior Forest Assistants	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3 	
Twenty-six Rangers—Grade 2 	
Two Rangers—Grade 1 	
Launch Captain 	
Launch Engineer 	
Cook—Grade 1 	
Supervising Draughtsman 	
Three Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Radio Technician 	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Chief Clerk 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2 	
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Five Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four Junior Clerks 	
Senior Stenographer 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Switchboard Operator—Grade 2 	
Special living allowance 	
Kamloops Forest District
Forester—Grade 3 (District Forester)  7,152
Forester—Grade 1   5,952
Assistant Forester—Grade 3  5,568
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 2  5,376
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1  4,800
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2  8,424
Eight Assistant Foresters—Grade 1  32,760
Assistant Engineer—Grade 1  4,212
Asssistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 3  5,184
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 2  4,644
Three Assistant Forest Agrologists—Grade 1  12,636
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 5  4,068
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3  7,152
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 2  3,000
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers  9,444
Three Ranger Supervisors  14,166
Twenty-one Rangers—Grade 2  86,652
Four Rangers—Grade 1  12,804
Stockman—Grade 4  3,060
3,120
104,688
6,564
3,636
3,060
2,796
3,780
10,128
3,924
3,570
4,644
8,280
7,560
9,564
9,114
13,062
10,866
6,810
2,700
2,700
4,908
17,766
3,156
2,298
120
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 115
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956 t
(3)
(6)
(1)
(9)
(1)
$3,780
3,060
3,698
6,564
2,436
4,500
6,624
10,092
(4)
10,008
(8)
16,356
3,378
2,616
12,348
1,536
1,668
480
6,672
5,376
9,696
4,992
34,776
4,644
4,500
3,252
9,600
3,372
5,592
4,800
13,944
88,560
12,120
3,060
3,780
2,748
3,708
3,060
1,800
4,356
13,524
3,252
8,142
12,438
Vote 231.
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Kamloops Forest District—Continued
Radio Technician 	
Radio Operator—Grade 2	
Supervising Draughtsman | ~~
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1 	
Chief Clerk IZZZZZZZZZ"
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Nine Clerks—Grade 1	
Two Junior Clerks	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
Two Clerk-Stenographers	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Three Clerk-Typists	
Special living allowance	
Nelson Forest District
Forester—Grade 2 (District Forester)	
Assistant Forester—Grade 3	
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1	
Ten Assistant Foresters—Grade 1	
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 2	
Assistant Forest Agrologist—Grade 1	
Engineer-in-training	
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 5	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3	
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 2	
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers	
Three Ranger Supervisors	
Twenty-two Rangers—Grade 2	
Four Rangers—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 4	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 1	
Supervising Draughtsman	
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A	
Chief Clerk j—     1
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Three Clerks—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1	
$4,068
3,252
3,852
6,690
2,478
4,500
7,152
6,576
2,868
7,752
19,068
3,108
2,256
4,458
4,194
4,824
600
6,672
5,568
10,080
4,992
40,392
4,644
3,780
9,600
3,504
5,700
9,300
13,884
90,216
12,432
3,060
4,068
3,326
3,852
3,186
2,478
4,212
13,908
2,838
7,434
12,336
 T 116
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$1,668
2,208
(1)
2,028
6,444
(2)
3,114
(1)
1,536
5,232
6,672
5,568
4,284
4,722
28,548
3,372
(1)
3,636
3,504
9,372
4,356
9,156
(12)
48,628
(2)
6,312
3,444
(1)
3,060
4,212
2,478
2,028
3,504
2,898
4,212
3,438
9,564
2,868
(7)
17,664
10,140
1,980
2,130
2,076
4,008
(2)
5,220
11,100
6,432
5,568
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 231.
. i j j Salaries—Continued
Nelson Forest District-—Continued
Junior Clerk Z__L  $ 1,620
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,298
Two Clerk-Stenographers  —- 4,284
Three Stenographers—Grade 2  6,306
Stenographer—Grade 1  1,536
Two Clerk-Typists —  3,384
Two Building Service Workers—Grade 1  5,232
Prince Rupert Forest District
Forester, Grade 2 (District Forester)   6,672
Assistant Forester—Grade 3  5,088
Assistant Forester—Grade 2 I  4,428
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1  4,800
Seven Assistant Foresters—Grade 1  I  28,980
Forester-in-training     3,372
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 4 |  7,560
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 3       	
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers  9,522
Scaler—Grade 2       	
Two Ranger Supervisors  9,300
Fourteen Rangers—Grade 2  56,376
Ranger—Grade 1  3,312
Stockman—Grade 4  2,700
Launch Captain   3,444
Two Launch Engineers  6,120
Supervising Draughtsman   4,212
Draughtsman—Grade 1   2,568
Junior Draughtsman  1,716
Radio Technician  3,504
Radio Operator—Grade 2        	
Radio Operator—Grade 1  3,000
Chief Clerk       	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,212
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,570
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  9,948
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,000
Three Clerks—Grade 2  7,934
Five Clerks—Grade 1   10,230
Junior Clerk  1,578
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,160
Clerk-Stenographer   2,118
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,194
Billing-machine Operator  2,700
Building Service Worker—Grade 1  2,520
Special living allowance  10,680
Prince George Forest District
Forester—Grade 2 (District Forester)   6,672
Assistant Forester—Grade 3   5,568
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
t ur
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956'
$14,514
19,692
(1)
3,372
3,252
4,992
4,800
(1)
3,438
9,300
8,712
il  59,652
(1)
3,060
(1)
2,700
1,896
3,780
2,658
3,000
4,356
(3)
10,146
(2)
5,568
5,046
(6)
12,204
1,938
2,076
2,118
(2)
3,156
3,198
7,560
$2,090,992
320,000
(588) $2,410,992
221,628
62,727
11,004
$2,115,633
$109,600
165,000
30,000
Vote 231.
Forest Service—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Prince George Forest District--Continued
Three Assistant Foresters—Grade 2        ________ $
Five Assistant Foresters—Grade 1  :_+._____
Two Foresters-in-training	
Engineer-in-training  |	
Forest Protection Officer—Grade 1 	
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 5  g&£	
Two Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3 .______.______:	
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers	
Two Ranger Supervisors 	
Fifteen Rangers—Grade 2 	
Four Rangers—Grade 1 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 1 	
Junior Draughtsman—Grade A      	
Radio Technician	
Radio Operator—Grade 1 	
Stockman—Grade 4  ____.!__	
Chief Clerk  _-	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2 .___	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade  1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 jj	
Nine Clerks—Grade 1  	
Junior Clerk  	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists 	
Special living allowance 	
14,880
19,908
6,876
4,992
4,800
7,038
9,444
9,000
59,652
12,684
2,934
4,914
3,504
3,060
3,060
4,356
13,782
2,796
5,046
18,480
1,668
2,208
2,208
1,578
8,160
$2,150,146
Temporary assistance
(595) $2,150,146
Less—
Chargeable to Forest Surveys Vote  $227,454
Chargeable to Silviculture Fund       62,205 ■ Jg:
Chargeable to Grazing:   Range Improvement Fund         7'830 M
Recruitment saving       50,000
Total of Vote 231   - -     $1,802,657
Vote 232.
  Expenses
Code No. $106,000
001 Office expense  —   »
002 Travelling expense g  ESS)
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
 T 118
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$25,000
42,800
248,960
10,350
42,440
176,450
59,320
10,000
30,100
$950,020
$6,672
5,568
4,992
3,924
9,996
3,780
2,520
14,778
7,008
(13)      $59,238
500
7,000
1,000
20,000
28,500
4,375
10,000
390,800
10,000
$531,413
42,500
$488,913
75,800
$413,113
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 232.
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
018    Gazette and press legal notices  $20,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  46,850
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  225,470
022 Repair and construction of launches, etc  35,000
023 Purchase and maintenance of radio equipment  38,000
024 Acquisition  or  construction  of  buildings   and
works   127,500
020   Maintenance of buildings and grounds  53,490
009    Field uniforms  15,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  28,700
Total of Vote 232         $904,650
Vote 233.
Reforestation and Forest Nursery
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2   $6,672
Assistant Forester—Grade 3  5,568
Assistant Forester—Grade 2  4,992
Assistant Forester—Grade 1  4,068
Three Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3  10,380
Senior Clerk—Grade 1  3,780
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520
Four Nursery Superintendents  14,910
Temporary assistance  i      	
(13) $52,890
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  500
002 Travelling expense   6,000
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  6,750
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  25,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  19,200
016    Equipment and machinery .  3,700
024   Acquisition or construction of buildings  25,000
031 Forest nurseries and planting  317,180
032 Plantation improvements  5,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies   3,000
$464,220
Less sundry refunds  37,500
$426,720
Less estimated Federal Government share of
Provincial-Federal Agreement  42,500
Total of Vote 233	
384,220
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
T 119
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$6,432
5,568
8,784
11,916
4,644
4,212
8,064
(2)
8,280
(5)
17,676
2,940
8,424
3,060
3,504
3,192
(1)
3,636
3,504
2,436
3,780
3,636
3,060
4,140
1,716
2,616
2,076
1,536
(36)
$128,832
218,732
2,000
20,000
199,000
88,600
1,000
70,400
1,630
2,000
$732,194
$732,194
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 234.
| i   . Provincial Parks
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2  $6 6?2
Assistant Forester—Grade 3 Z__ 5^68
Two Assistant Foresters—Grade 2 ZZ_ 8934
Three Assistant Foresters—Grade 1  12132
Assistant Engineer—Grade 2 (Forest Service)   4^44
Assistant Engineer—Grade 1 (Forest Service)   4^212
Two Research Assistants—Grade 2  7992
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 5  4^500
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 4  4^68
Seven Technical Forest Assistants—Grade 3   24,840
Technical Forest Assistant—Grade 2  _
Two Rangers—Grade 2  8.568
Foreman, Langford Workshop  3,060
Foreman of Works—Grade 1	
Road-maintenance Foreman—Grade 2  3,432
Gardener—Grade 4  3,192
Two Senior Draughtsmen  7,140
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Draughtsman—Grade 1  1,668
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  3,924
Senior Clerk—Grade 1       	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1       	
Clerk—Grade 2   2,436
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,056
Junior Clerk      	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,616
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,076
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,758
(35) $127,488
Expenses:
Code No.
017    Seasonal employees ___.  184,110
001 Office expense  2>°°0
002 Travelling expense  20,405
021    Maintenance and operations  200,145
024    Acquisition  or  construction  of  buildings  and
works  78,310
019 Grants and subsidies  1,000
020 Maintenance and operation of equipment  82,135
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  29,300
016    Equipment and machinery  !>946
030 Incidentals and contingencies  6,000
$732,839
Less credits  21>173
Total of Vote 234       $711,666
 T 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$95,455
1,800
22,296
1,200
13,333
22,019
7,700
10,122
$173,925
$2,000
32,573
3,335
2,361
3,600
6,940
9,700
3,400
1,300
$65,209
$3,000
9,000
10,300
32,320
525
800
255
$56,200
$6,432
5,568
3,576
5,736
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
Vote 235.
Forest Service—Continued
Forest Management
Code No.
017 Cruising  $102,391
018 Working plans and wood-lots  1,800
019 Appraisal and overrun studies  22,296
020 Scaling        	
021 Forest atlas and air photos  8,057
022 Christmas-tree supervision   18,568
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  3,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  9,126
Total of Vote 235         $165,238
Vote 236.
Forest Research
Code No.
001 Office expense   $1,000
002 Travelling expense  1,500
032 Projects   40,987
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  3,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water  1,600
010    Provisions and catering  4,500
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  8,200
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories       	
016    Equipment and machinery  4,070
033 Acquisition  or  construction  of  buildings   and
works      	
Total of Vote 236  64,857
Vote 237.
Public Relations (Forest)
Code No.
001 Office expense  $3,000
002 Travelling expense  9,000
013    Printing and publications  10,600
031 Advertising and publicity  26,920
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds  525
016    Equipment and machinery  500
030 Incidentals and contingencies  255
Total of Vote 237  50,800
Vote 238.
Forest Ranger School
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 2  $6,672
Assistant Forester—Grade 3  5,568
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Two Janitor-Engineers—Grade 2	
Building Service Worker—Grade 3  2,916
Building Service Worker—Grade 2  2,736
(5)  $21,468
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
(4)
(5)
$35,443
775
4,750
1,000
3,765
6,500
500
500
500
$75,045
$6,000
$46,200
$62,000
$130,000
(2)
$6,672
5,760
19,344
19,404
3,504
4,644
4,212
7,560
3,120
4,800
4,212
3,708
6,246
2,700
3,636
5,178
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 238.
W Forest Ranger School—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
017    Students  and  seasonal staff  (including special
living allowance)  $32 415
001 Office expense  750
002 Travelling expense (staff and students)  4,350
020 Maintenance of grounds and buildings  1,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water  3,675
010 Provisions and catering  6,400
011 Laundry  500
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  450
016 Equipment and machinery  450
Total of Vote 238 	
Vote 239.
Code No.
019 Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
Vote 240.
Code No.
004    Office Furniture and Equipment	
Vote 241.
Code No.
014    Rentals 	
Vote 242. S-    Ir-
Code No.
020 Youth Training Programme
Vote 243.
Engineering Services
Salaries:
Forester—Grade 3	
Engineer—Grade 1 	
Five Assistant Engineers—Grade 2	
Six Assistant Engineers—Grade 1  .	
Engineer-in-training   	
Radio Superintendent  \	
Assistant Radio Superintendent 	
Two Radio Technicians 	
Radio Operator—Grade 2 	
Superintendent of Construction  ...
Technical Draughtsman	
Senior Draughtsman 	
Two Draughtsmen—Grade 2 	
Draughtsman—Grade 1  	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 —
Clerk—Grade 2 	
$7,032
5,952
24,708
23,976
4,992
4,356
8,136
3,372
4,992
3,924
3,372
5,868
3,780
2,700
2,520
$71,458
6,000
43,860
46,000
130,000
 T 122
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$6,582
4,644
13,500
4,068
19,620
31,392
2,796
2,436
2,436
3,696
3,252
2,568
112,819
(53) $314,509
1,450
39,950
7,000
7,650
29,950
47,950
67,470
3,500
45,000
12,300
$576,729
299,512
$277,217
$250,000
35,000
910,250
226,400
80,200
313,150
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 243.
Engineering Services—Continued
Salaries—Contin ued
Three Stenographers—Grade 2   $6,402
Superintendent, Forest Service Marine Station   4,800
Three Foremen, Forest Service Marine Station  13,500
Foreman of Works—Grade 1, Forest Service Marine
Station     4,068
Five Shipwrights, Forest Service Marine Station  19,620
Eight Marine Mechanics, Forest Service Marine Station     31,392
Driver, Forest Service Marine Station  2,796
Watchman, Forest Service Marine Station   2,436
Stockman—Grade 2, Forest Service Marine Station  2,436
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2, Forest Service Marine
Station    3,696
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1, Forest Service Marine
Station    3,252
Clerk—Grade 2, Forest Service Marine Station  2,658
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1   4,992
Mechanical Supervisor—Grade 2   4,356
Nine Mechanical Supervisors—Grade 1   33,612
Sundry employees   112,159
Special living allowance   300
(64) $362,155
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  10,370
002 Travelling expense   56,800
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  4,820
006   Heat, light, power, and water  7,750
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment  46,400
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   42,200
016   Equipment and machinery   83,450
033 Acquisition or construction of buildings       	
034 Engineering  surveys    101,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies   12,600
$727,545
Less chargeable to Silviculture Fund          392,899
Total of Vote 243         $334,646
Vote 244.
Forest Protection
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031 Fire-fighting allotment	
032 Slash and snag disposal (including refunds)
033 Wages and expenses, seasonal staff	
034 Maintenance and operation of equipment __
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
035 Equipment and machinery 	
$60,000
974,123
239,345
98,450
256,707
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1955
T 123
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$303,240
162,420
187,680
18,760
10,000
22,900
$2,520,000
$360,000
30,000
130,000
$520,000
$2,000,000
See Vote 244.
$221,628
619,000
30,560
28,600
105,000
5,000
20,000
$1,029,788
$417,188
50,000
10,000
$477,188
552,590
$1,029,778
$10
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 244.
Forest Protection—Continued
Estimated Expenditure—Continued
Code No.
036 Acquisition or construction of buildings  $345,650
037 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  162,365
038 Equipment rental (aircraft)   192,000
002    Travelling expenses   21 760
009    Forest Service uniforms  25^000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  24,600
ft $2,400,000
Estimated Revenue:
From forest protection tax  $360,000
From miscellaneous collections      40,000
Withdrawn from Forest Protection Fund .     550,000
950,000
Total of Vote 244     $1,450,000
Vote 245.
Code No.
031 Fire Suppression          250,000
Vote 246.
Forest Surveys
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031    Refund to Salary Vote  $227,454
035    Field-survey expenses  576,526
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   31,980
034    Equipment and machinery  15,000
037    Air base-mapping  120,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  5,000
033    Acquisition  or  construction  of  buildings   and
works  MM
$976,960
Estimated Revenue:
Federal-Provincial Agreement   $440,000
Receipts from cruising charges  2.000
HMiscellaneous refunds  10,000         -i
$452,000
Withdrawn from Fund     	
452,000
Total of Vote 246	
524,960
 T 124
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
(31)
(12)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(6)
$5*952
11,520
9,600
57,600
135*036
45,360
4,356
4,212
3,570
3,510
6,504
10,368
12,478
1,980
3,212
3,126
6,252
3,288
2,298
7,449
3,186
100,000
(89)    $440,897
164,000
30,000
$634,897
634,887
$10
$148,539
37,740
134,670
513,617
72,700
15,600
72,725
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 247.
Scaling Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Salaries:
Supervisor of Scalers, Coast Region	
Two Assistant Supervisors of Scalers	
Two Inspectors of Licensed Scalers	
Twelve Senior Scalers j	
Forty-two Scalers—Grade 2	
Two Scalers—Grade 1	
Supervisor, Tabulating-machines—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 ,	
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Seven Clerks—Grade 2	
Five Clerks—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Supervisor, Billing-machines	
Billing-machine operator	
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator—Grade 1	
Two Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2	
Two Comptometer Operators	
Senior Key-punch Operator	
Four Key-punch Operators—Grade 2	
Launch Captain	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
$5,952
11;520
9,600
57,600
182,952
7,272
4,644
4,212
3,704
6,888
3,252
18,672
10,584
2,076
3,252
2,796
3,372
6,372
4,056
2,478
8,736
840
i3J8,000
(92)  $598,830
Expenses:
Code No.
002    Travelling expense   165,000
035    General expense  40,000
$803,830
Estimated Revenue:
Scaling fees and expenses  803,820
Total of Vote 247	
Vote 248.
Silviculture Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031 Salaries (refund to Salary Vote, $62,205; refund
to Engineering Services, $93,024.)  $155,229
001 Office expense  4,220
002 Travelling expense  40,220
032 Tree-marking  191,454
||036   Projects  641,637
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories 85,250
021    Maintenance and operation 6f equipment  28,700
034   Equipment and machinery  142 755
$10
 LANDS AND FORESTS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 125
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$17,500
20,000
$1,033,091
$900,000
133,081
$1,033,081
$10
$11,004
2,200
3,000
2,150
750
3,500
52,512
4,000
$79,116
$500
30,616
$31,116
$48,000
$9,025,676
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 248.
Silviculture Fund—Continued
Estimated Expenditure—Continued
Code No.
024    Acquisition  or construction  of  buildings  and
works  	
030    Incidentals and contingencies 	
$18,000
15,000
$1,322,465
Estimated Revenue:
Subsecs.  (7)  and (9)  of sec.  17, Chap.
128, R.S.B.C. 1948  $1,000,000
Excess of disbursements over receipts carried to Fund        322,455
1,322,455
Total of Vote 248.
Vote 249.
Grazing:  Range Improvement Fund
Estimated Expenditure:
Code No.
031    Refund to Salary Vote  .  $7,830
Ij 037    Seasonal staff   3,300
002    Travelling expense   2,500
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories      	
034    Equipment and machinery   500
036    Maintenance and operation of equipment   2,000
031    Maintenance of buildings and grounds  400
038    Range-improvement projects   46,470
033    Acquisition  or  construction  of buildings  and
works        	
$63,000
Estimated Revenue:
Sec. 5, chap, 138, R.S.B.C. 1948 	
Excess of net disbursements over receipts
carried to Fund 	
$25,000
25,000
Total of Vote 249 (Statutory, " Grazing Act," R.S.B.C.
1948, sec. 14, and " Grazing Act Amendment Act,
1949 I)   	
Vote 250.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance
$10
38,000
285,000
Total, Department of Lands and Forests      $9,048,472
 T 126
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
(5)
3,504
2,868
3,060
8,094
2,658
2,388
5,232
6,762
10,446
1,758
2,000
(26)      $87,134
14,000
2,000
4,126
750
6,400
$114,410
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$8,016
6,912
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
Vote 251. I
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Minister of Lands and Forests)—r_      	
Secretary (paid by Department of Lands and Forests)      	
Temporary assistance g      	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   $500
002 Travelling expense  1,400
Total of Vote 251 	
Vote 252.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Mines  $9,360
Chief Gold Commissioner and Chief Commissioner,
Petroleum and Natural Gas   6,912
Deputy Chief Gold Commissioner and Deputy Chief
Commissioner, Petroleum and Natural Gas   5,376
Two Gold Commissioners  9,144
Chief Clerk—Accountant   4,500
Deputy Commissioner, Petroleum and Natural Gas  4,068
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2   3,060
Draughtsman—Grade 2   3,504
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1        	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2   3,060
Three Clerks—Grade 2   8,268
Senior Clerk-Stenographer   2,748
Senior Stenographer   2,478
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1   5,232
Clerk-Stenographer   2,43 6
Three Clerks—Grade 1   6,942
Four Stenographers—Grade 2   8,562
Junior Clerk   1,848
Temporary assistance       	
(26)  $87,498
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   14,000
002 Travelling expense   2,000
014    Rentals   4,136
004    Office furniture and equipment   750
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   5,400
Total of Vote 252  1	
Vote 253.
Mineralogical Branch
Salaries:
Chief, Mineralogical Branch 	
Senior Geologist  	
$1,900
113,784
$8,016
6,912
 MINES
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 127
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$12,624
17,712
fc
15,936
(1)
4,644
(4)
16,704
4,068
3,192
2,520
2,340
2,208
1,800
(20)  $98,676
16,500
34,000
B 2'00°
7,000
6,000
$164,176
(3)
$6,672
15,552
4,572
4,068
11,412
2,868
2,700
2,298
300
(12)  $50,442
500
6,800
$57,742
$7,620
6,612
6,672
Vote 253.
Mineralogical Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Two Geologists	
Three Mineral Engineers—Grade 2	
Four Associate Geologists	
Two Mineral Engineers--—Grade 1 	
Two Assistant Geologists
Senior Draughtsman
Research Assistant—Grade 2	
Lapidary  	
Clerk—Grade 2  1________1__
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Temporary assistance 	
$12,864
18,192
21,504
9,600
8,352
4,068
3,060
3,192
2,436
2,208
(20) $100,404
Expenses:
Code No.
013 Printing and publications   16,200
|§023 Field expense   33,000
024 Laboratory and library expense   4,000
025 Preparation of topographic map       	
030 Incidental expenses  2,000
Total of Vote 253        $155,604
Vote 254.
Analytical and Assay Branch
Salaries:
Chief Analyst and Assay er  $6,672
Three Analysts—Grade 4  15,552
Analyst—Grade 3   4>644
Senior Assayer      4,068
Two Analysts—Grade 2  8>064
Crusherman     2,868
Laboratory Caretaker   2>7°0
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2>298
Temporary assistance  	
(11)  $46,866
Expenses:
Code No. -~~
002    Travelling expense —- *|
017    Scientific and technical equipment and supplies MUU
Total of Vote 254   54>166
Vote 255.
 ~~ Inspection Branch
Salaries:                                                . *7 ^q
Chief Inspector of Mines and Examiner  -V.j^u
Senior Inspector and Examiner  ^^
Senior Inspector 	
 T 128
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$6,432
6,372
(3)
18,096
6,192
(4)
20,8'32
4,800
14,910
2,928
2,436
1,200
420
$105,522
1,218
(20)    $104,304
32,000
9,000
$145,304
$500
4,600
6,000
$11,100
$200,000
$25,000
$200
$3,000
Vote 255.
Inspection Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Senior Petroleum Engineer   ,J|_—	
Inspector and Resident Engineer—Grade 2 and Examiner           ^S|&-	
Four Inspectors and Resident Engineers—Grade 2
Electrical Inspector—Grade 2  __„__ :„____
Two Inspectors and Resident Engineers—Grade 1	
District Petroleum Engineer ——p-	
Four Instructors, Mine-rescue and First Aid	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Temporary assistance  —
Special living allowance 	
Less one-half payable by Department of Education for Stenographer—Grade 2	
$6M
7
6,372
24,240
6,192
10,752
4,992
15,048
2,928
2,436
420
$101,196
Expenses:
Code No.
017 Inspection and field expense
018 Apparatus and supplies 	
(19) $101,196
27,000
9,000
Total of Vote 255
Vote 256.
Code No.
019
019
019
019
Grants and Subsidies
(a) Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
(b) Mine-rescue and First-aid Work	
(c) Grants to Chambers of Mines	
(d) Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress
$500
4,600
6,000
5,000
Total of Vote 256
Vote 257.
Code No.
019 Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails.
Vote 258.
Code No.
020 Grub-staking Prospectors 	
Vote 259.
Code No.
022 Subsidy re Explosives to Assist Bona Fide Prospectors
Vote 260.
Code No.
023 Interprovincial Committee on Mining	
$137,196
16,100
165,000
25,000
200
3,000
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
T 129
(2)
$2,000
$20,000
$745,632
$250
500
$750
$8,760
6,432
3,996
3,252
3,780
3,510
5,760
2,118
4,776
1,200
(11)  $43,584
SERVICE Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 261. §
Code No.
030    Incidentals and Contingencies  $3 000
Vote 262.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance   1 12,450
Vote 263.
Code No.
024   j Iron and Steel Bounties Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 32,
Sec. 2)  _  20,000
Total, Department of Mines       $707 400
6,000
5,000
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Vote 264.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister (paid as Provincial Secretary) 	
Secretary (paid by Provincial Secretary's Department)      I	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   $250
002 Travelling expense   500
Total of Vote 264	
Vote 265.
Municipal Branch
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs and Inspector of
Municipalities  ■-  $8,760
Supervisor of Municipalities and Deputy Inspector of
Municipalities   5,280
Assistant Supervisor of Municipalities      	
Departmental Secretary      	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2   4>056
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  3,576
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1  5,982
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2   2,520
Clerk-Stenographer   2>208
Stenographer—Grade 2  2>436"
Clerk-Typist    1-440
Temporary assistance      	
(10) $36,258
Expenses:
Code No. . --.
001 Office expense (including printing and publica
tions and " Collection Agents' Licensing Act") 6,000
002 Travelling expense   *>DW
$750
10
 T 130
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$400
1,200
$56,184
See Vote 43.
$6,192
4,428
3,438
1,668
2,520
150
(5)      $18,396
11,844
17,433
1,080
$48,753'
1,200
6,500
100
2,082
1,000
$59,635
$24,300
$8,000
$148,869
Vote 265.
Municipal Branch—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
004    Office furniture and equipment  $200
030    Incidentals and contingencies   1,600
Total of Vote 265          $47,558
Administration of the Estates of the Insane      	
Vote 266.
Regional Planning Division
Salaries:
General
Director  $6,192
Assistant Director   4,572
Senior Draughtsman  3,570
Junior Draughtsman   	
Clerk-Stenographer   2,160
Temporary assistance        	
Assistant Planner  3,780
(5) $20,274
Regulated Areas
Three Inspectors (full time)   12,132
Part-time Inspectors  15,500
Stenographer (part time)       	
$47,906
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,200
002 Travelling expense  7,000
013 Printing and publications       	
014 Rentals        J   2,715
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,200
Total of Vote 266  60,021
Vote 267.
Code No.
019 Grants and Subsidies  24,300
Vote 268.
Code No.
020 Revision of Municipal Legislation  8,000
Vote 269.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance  2,500
Total, Department of Municipal Affairs        $143,129
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 131
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$7,500
3,780
2,118
5,400
(3)  $18,798
750
2,000
500
$22,048
$9,360
SB      7>284
fir            3,252
HP    2j478
I         2,340
1          1,980
1,668
(1)          1,716
2,676
♦        i
(9)  $32,754
4,000
1,350
1,500
$39,604
$250,000
105,000
$355,000
Vote 270    DEPARTMENT 0F THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Provincial Secretary                      1 $7 500
Secretary  111111117" 4^020
Stenographer—Grade 2  2 208
Administrative Assistant   5'qoo
Temporary assistance 	
(4) $18,728
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  750
002 Travelling expense  2 000
004    Office furniture and equipment  300
Total of Vote 270.	
Vote 271.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary and Superannuation Commissioner   $9,3 60
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 1   7,416
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   	
Clerk—Grade 2  2,832
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,568
Clerk—Grade 1  2,436
Stenographer—Grade 2   1,980
Junior Clerk  1,758
Two Clerk-Typists  3,558
Temporary assistance   	
(10) $31,908
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  4»00°
002 Travelling expense  J»350
004    Office furniture and equipment  500
Total of Vote 271	
Vote 272. _
      Grants to Homes for Elderly Citizens re Construction and to Children's Homes
Code No. t	
019 (a) Grants in aid of construction of homes for
elderly citizens        $200,000
020 (b) Grants to children's homes  121,000
Total of Vote 212....:--	
$21,778
37,758
321,000
I
 T 132
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$9,060
6,672
6,192
5,184
9,156
9,756
3,000
5,346
2,616
4,326
14,220
3,024
1,500
$80,052
5,376
4,644
2,796
2,028
(27)      $94,896
6,500
2,500
7,000
10,693
150
500
400
400
$123,039
$12,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 273.
Civil Service Commission
Salaries:
Headquarters
Chairman, Civil Service Commission	
Chief Personnel Officer	
Classification Officer	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Two Personnel Officers—Grade 1 	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Two Clerk-Typists  !	
Temporary assistance	
Vancouver Office
Personnel Officer—Grade 2 __.	
Personnel Officer—Grade 1 (Provincial Mental Health
Services) 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer	
$9,060
6,672
6,192
5,184
9,492
9,756
2,700
5,436
2,616
4,236
13,494
3,288
$78,126
5,568
4,428
2,868
2,208
(27)  $93,198
Expenses:
Code No.
001| Office expense  6,400
002 Travelling expense  2,100
017 Examinations and advertising   6,800
014 Rentals   1,700
018 Employee-training   150
008 Medical examinations   250
030 Incidentals and contingencies       	
004 Office furniture and equipment  335
Total of Vote 273        $110,933
Vote 274.
Code No.
019 Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 76 of "Civil
Service Act jj I  11,000
Vote 275.
Superannuation Branch
(Administration of " Civil Service Superannuation Act," " Municipal
Superannuation Act," " Teachers' Pensions Act," P.G.E. Railway
Co. Pensions Fund, and B.C. Power Commission Superannuation
Fund.)
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner (paid as Deputy Provincial Secretary)	
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 133
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$7,872
5,184
4,800
17,220
3,120
(4)
10,758
2,616
2,208
19,500
(2)
3,246
(6)
9,564
6,000
(32)      $92,088
3,500
1,000
4,500
10,000
2,000
1,500
$114,588
114,578
$10
$48,000
$1,490,000
410,000
$1,900,000
Vote 275.
I      | Superannuation Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Deputy Superannuation Commissioner and Assistant
Deputy Provincial Secretary  $g Q16
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1   s'i84
Accountant  4992
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  17/748
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3^52
Seven Clerks—Grade 2  18^216
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1   2,616
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,298
Nine Clerks—Grade 1  19,158
Three Junior Clerks  5,412
Two Clerk-Typists  3,420
Temporary assistance  14,000
(32) $104,312
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  3,500
002 Travelling expense  1,000
013 Printing and publications  4,500
014 Rentals  1,700
004    Office furniture and equipment  7,000
020   Actuary's fees  1,500
$123,512
Less recoverable in respect of Civil Service
Superannuation Fund, Retirement Fund,
Municipal Superannuation Fund, Teachers'
Pensions Fund, B.C. Power Commission
Superannuation Fund, P.G.E. Railway Co.
Pensions Fund, Toll Highway Authority, etc. 123,502
Total of Vote 275	
Vote 276.
Grants
C°0ei9°' Retiring allowances (including payments under Orders in
Council No. 572/44, No. 574/44, No. 853/45, and No.
974/47  '	
Vote 277.
1 Civil Service Superannuation Act
„
COd0200'Government  contributions  to   Superannuation
Fund
021
Government contributions to Retirement Fund.
$1,525,000
475,000
Total of Vote 277.
$10
47,000
2,000,000
 T 134
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$75,000
$6,672
5,184
4,644
4,212
6,756
16,008
2,868
5,496
4,416
3,504
1,560
425,532
(114)    $486,852
6,000
1,500
500,000
12,500
30,000
500
$1,037,352
1,037,342
$10
$6,192
3,924
2,658
300
(3)      $13,074
4,000
200
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$17,274
Vote 278.
"Teachers' Pensions Act"
Code No.
020   Allowance under sec. 4	
Vote 279.
Queen's Printer
Salaries:
Queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery  $6,672
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1   5,184
Chief Clerk (Stationery)   4,644
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,212
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2  7,020
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   16,008
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2,928
Two Clerks—Grade 2  5,664
Two Clerks—Grade 1   4,320
Machinist   3,924
Stockman—Grade 5   3,060
Stockman—Grade 3   2,700
Clerk-Typist   1,716
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)  411,500
(109) $479,552
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  6,000
002 Travelling expense  1,500
020 Printing-paper, stationery, etc.   490,000
021 Maintenance and repairs  12,500
022 New machinery and equipment  30,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies  500
$1,020,052
Less chargeable to Queen's Printer Operating
Account  1,020,042
Total of Vote 279	
Vote 280.
Government House
Salaries:
H Secretary   $5,184
Assistant Secretary  3,924
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  2,748
Temporary assistance _„     	
(3)  $11,856
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  3,200
002 Travelling expense  200
004   Office furniture and equipment  400
Total of Vote 280	
$69,000
10
15,656
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 135
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$300,000
$250
$30,000
$10,000
$230,000
$50,000
$3,780
2,478
2,436
1,848
(4)  $10,542
950
720
$12,212
$5,472
3,576
2,118
Vote 281.
Code No.
020   Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), "Workmen's Com-
pensation Act" ___.
Vote 282.
Code No.
021    Civil Service Schedule Bond	
Vote 283.
Code No.
030   Contingencies, Incidentals, Entertainments, Grants, etc..
Vote 284.
«—»_■_■■_.■_-_■____________■
Code No.
023    Public Services Medical Plan	
To Provide Assistance to B.C. Government Employees' Medical Services 	
Vote 285.
Code No.
019 Construction and Other Grants to Charitable and Other Associations (1954-55 included $100,000 grant for Vancouver
Aquarium)   	
Vote 286.
Code No.
019    Grant to City of Victoria _._	
Vote 287.
Salaries:
Senior Clerk—Grade 1
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk	
Collections Office
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense
$3,780
2,520
2,118
1,938
(4) $10,356
950
750
Total of Vote 287
Vote 288.
Farms
(a) Colony Farm (Code 28801)
Salaries: *- ,,,
Farm Superintendent  *^™£
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  JJJJ
Stenographer—Grade 2 	
$300,000
12,000
28,500
160,000
130,000
50,000
12,056
 T 136
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
(1)
$1,716
145,568
(60)    $158,450
800
750
1,450
8,500
200
5,950
115,000
9,000
3,000
700
60,000
3,000
5,000
20,000
$391,800
481,790
90,000
$10
$3,372
3,060
3,000
2,796
5,400
2,436
1,200
(7)      $21,264
100
150
1,750
1,500
15,000
Vote 288,
Farms—Continued
(a) Colony Farm—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Typist        $ 1,800
Other farm employees (including casual and
seasonal)         157,608
(64) $170,340
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   800
002 Travelling expense  750
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds 1,450
006   Heat, light, power, and water  8,500
004   Office furniture and equipment  200
016   Equipment and machinery _„_—j  5,150
021 Feed for stock  102,000
022 Fertilizer and seed  9,000
023 Repairs to farm implements   3,000
024 Blacksmith supplies  700
025 Cannery supplies ~ 60,000
026 Farm drainage   3,000
027 Clearing new land  3,500
030   Incidentals and contingencies   20,000
$388,390
Less—
Estimated receipts   $488,380
Transferred to Provincial Mental Hospitals    100,000
388,380
Total, Colony Farm	
(b)  Colquitz Farm (Code 28802)
Salaries:
Farm Foreman  $3,372
Assistant Farm Foreman  3,060
Poultryman and Butcher  3,000
Three Drivers   8,652
Two Dairymen  5,400
Caretaker, Metchosin Farm  2,436
Casual farm employees  2,500
(9) $28,420
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  250
002 Travelling expense   250
006    Heat, light, power, and water  2,050
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds 1,200
021 Feed for stock  17,000
Fiscal Year Ending
Mard_31,1956
$10
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
T 137
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956.
.jflEjg'              $3,500
mmmmtm                                                    1'500
HBGl                    200
HH|t                 7,200
HB|t                 6,500
Vote 288.
—Contin
Farm—(
ued
Continued
$3,500
1,500
400
2,300
6,150
Expens*
Code No
031
022
023
016
030
Farms-
(b) Colquitz
es—Continued
.
Feeder stock
Fertilizer and seed
Repairs to farm equipment
Equipment and machinery
Incidentals and contingencies
Less—
Deductions for rent
Estimated receipts
Total, Colquitz Farm	
$700
62,310
BH      |        $58,664
HHii         7o°
HHK              57,954
$63,020
63,010
^HM         $io
$10
$3,780
2,520
102,030
(41)    $108,330
200
450
500
850
7,000
150
3,950
12,350
38,000
3,000
13,000
1,200
10,000
$198,980
7,000
2,160
189,810
$10
$30
(c)  Tranquille Farm (Code 28803)
Salaries:
Farm Foreman  $3,780
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
Other farm employees (including casual and
seasonal)   97,086
(40) $103,386
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  200
002 Travelling expense  450
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds 500
006    Heat, light, power, and water  850
023    Maintenance and operation of equipment   7,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  150
016    Equipment and machinery  4,500
010    Provisions  12,350
021 Feed for stock  38,000
022 Fertilizer and seed  3,000
025 Cannery supplies and hourly labour __.. J3,000
026 Drugs and veterinary  I,200
030    Incidentals and contingencies  10,000
$194,586
Less—
Deductions for board —    $6,800
Deduction for rent       1,980
Estimated receipts  185,796
 - 194,576
Total, Tranquille Farm   ™
Total of Vote 288	
$30
 T 138
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(1)
(1)
$9,960
8,760
7,152
5,184
4,356
4,644
8,136
3,570
12,432
3,252
2,868
5,364
2,616
1,980
12,348
1,716
4,914
3,204
1,200
(31)    $103,656
3,700
1,200
1,200
200
$109,956
$109,956
$8,520
8,280
4,500
8,280
9,318
5,448
3,312
3,000
2,934
Provincial Mental Health Services
Vote 289. ff
Headquarters
Salaries:
Director of Mental Health Services	
Deputy Director of Mental Health Services	
Business Manager	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1 (Personnel) _
Chief Clerk     ;
Two Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Branch Secretary 	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Six Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Three Junior Clerks	
Two Clerk-Typists	
Temporary assistance 	
$9,960
8,760
7,152
5,184
4,722
4,644
8,424
3,708
12,810
2,868
5,526
5,232
4,152
12,660
4,914
3,558
1,200
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
002 Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
030   Incidentals and contingencies _.
(31) $105,474
3,700
1,200
800
200
Less recruitment saving
Total of Vote 289.
$111,374
2,000
Vote 290.
Preventive Services (Including
Child Guidance Clinics)
(a) Vancouver Clinic
(Code 29001)
Salaries:
Director of Clinic       $8,520
Specialist in Psychiatry	
Specialist in Psychiatry and Paediatrics
Psychologist—Grade 4	
Two Psychologists—Grade 3	
Three Clinic Assistants 	
Three Psychologists—Grade 2 	
Three Psychological Interns 	
Three Psychologists—Grade 1 	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 2	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1 	
Speech Therapist	
8,016
6,912
4,644
7,488
9,696
5,592
3,708
3,156
3,060
$109,374
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 139
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$2,868
2,388
(2) 4,104
(3) 4,914
2,616
7,584
3,756
■PI 3'oo°
2,796
(1)   i    2,118
1,578
(28)      $91,314
3,500
7,500
1,720
1,200
500
1,650
2,500
$109,884
7,584
3,000
$99,300
$8,280
3,636
3,252
3,312
2,208
2,076
Vote 290.
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Preventive Services (Including Child
Guidance Clinics ) —Continued
(a) Vancouver Clinic
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2	
Senior Stenographer 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Janitor 	
Building Service Worker—Grade 1 	
Travelling Clinic:
Specialist in Psychiatry 	
Psychologist—Grade 3 	
Clinic Assistant	
Psychologist—Grade 2 	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
—Continued
$2,868
2,478
6,486
3,198
2,520
7,872
3,708
3,126
3,090
4,104
Expenses:
Code No.
001
002
014
006
015
004
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Rentals	
Heat, light, power, and water _
Janitors' supplies	
Office furniture and equipment
Incidentals and contingencies ._.
(29) $100,242
4,500
7,500
1,720
1,300
500
935
2,500
$119,197
Less—
Federal health grant—
salaries   $7,872
Recruitment saving     6,000
13,872
Total, Vancouver Clinic and Travelling
Clinic	
$105,325
(6)      $22,764
(b)  Vancouver Island
(Code 29002)
Salaries:
Specialist in Psychiatry 	
Psychologist—Grade 3 	
Psychological Clinic Assistant	
Psychologist—Grade 2 	
Public Health Nurse—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2 |	
Clinic
$8,016
3,852
3,252
3,576
2,298
2,160
(6) $23,154
 T 140
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,000
2,900
1,200
300
$28,164
$127,464
$8,520
8,520
16,560
8,280
8,280
8,016
16,032
56,232
8,016
7,728
99,076
20,856
53,112
4,995,425
$5,314,653
(1,965)
51,400
3,725
34,650
389,500
46,900
1,545,270
180,100
489,500
54,450
99,500
1,000
3,000
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 290.
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Preventive Services (Including Child
Guidance Clinics)—Continued
(b) Vancouver Island Clinic—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  $1,000
002 Travelling expense  2,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  200
030   Incidentals and contingencies   800
Total, Vancouver Island Clinic  $27,654
Total of Vote 290        $132,979
Vote 291.
Provincial Mental Hospitals
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 3  $8,520
Specialist (Clinical Director)  8,520
Two Medical Superintendents—Grade 2  16,560
Specialist (Director of Radiology)  8,280
Specialist (Director of Neurology)   8,280
Specialist (Assistant Clinical Director)   8,016
Two Medical Superintendents—Grade 1  16,032
Seven Specialists in Psychiatry  56,112
Specialist in Tuberculosis  8,016
Director of Clinical Services (Pathologist)  7,728
Fourteen Resident Physicians—Grade 2  101,304
Three Dental Officers—Grade 2  21,096
Nine Resident Physicians—Grade 1  54,546
Other hospital employees (including Psychologists,
Pharmacists, Bacteriologists, Therapists, Teachers,
Dietitians, Technicians, Clerks, Nurses, Tradesmen,
etc.)     5,699,981
(2,177) $6,022,991
Expenses:
Code No.
\ 001    Office expense } 64,200
) 017    Stores and general j (
004   Office furniture and equipment  3,555
018 Cars and trucking  25,700
006    Heat, light, power, and water i  412,800
011    Laundry  47,000
010    Dietary     1,487,050
008    Medical care |  210,200
023 Nursing and ward supplies  510,000
022    Occupational and recreational therapy  60,100
030    Incidentals and contingencies   75,000
024 Administration of "Psychiatric Nurses Act"  1,000
019 Grant to trustees of Patients' Comfort Fund  3,000
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$7,500
$8,221,148
332,376
207,000
80,500
33,250
2,990
90,000
850,000
$6,625,032
$1,096,268
4,711,147
1,979,727
434,006
$8,221,148
1,596,116
$6,625,032
$519,000
$7,584
332,376
$339,960
$179,040
179,030
Vote 291
Provincial Mental Health Services—Continued
Provincial Mental Hospitals—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
020    Grant to Department of Neurological Research,
University of British Columbia	
Less—
Federal health grant—salaries.  $334,458
Recruitment saving      495,000
Deductions for board        72,000
Deductions for rent       33,050
Donations, proceeds from sale of
patients' work, etc.         3,000
Transfer of Colony Farm excess
of receipts over expenditure to
be applied to Provincial Mental
Hospitals operating costs     100,000
Maintenance receipts     860,000
$7,500
$8,930,096
1,897,508
Total of Vote 291     $7,032,588
Summary
Crease Clinic (Code 29101)   $1,143,520
Essondale (Code 29102)      5,290,964
The Woodlands School (Code 29103)     2,074,644
Colquitz (Code 29104)        420,968
Less sundry receipts
$8,930,096
1,897,508
$7,032,588
Vote 292.
°020° Mental Health Care (Federal Programme)       $605,867
Less allocated to-
Travelling Clinic (Vote 290 (a))      $7,872
Provincial Mental Hospitals (Vote
29i)      334,458
342,330
$10
Less Federal health grant (not allocated)
Total of Vote 292	
$263,537
263,527
10
 T 142
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(1)
$8,280
8,016
5,856
3,540
832,330
11,340
(332)    $869,362
6,750
500
2,850
87,900
28,200
341,300
35,800
100,200
f    700
19,400
$1,492,962
30,000
17,600
9,300
410,000
$1,026,062
$779,864
359,572
353,526
$1,492,962
466,900
$1,026,062
$150,000
$150,000
Vote 293.
Homes for the Aged
Salaries:
Medical Superintendent—Grade 2 	
Medical Superintendent—Grade 1 	
Resident Physician—Grade 1 	
Two Supervisors 	
Other  institution  employees   (including Pharmacists,
Therapists, Dietitians, Technicians, Clerks, Nurses,
Tradesmen, etc.) 	
Special living allowance	
$8,280
5,856
7,596
918,390
11,340
(346)  $951,462
Expenses:
Code No.
001
017
004
018
006
011
010
008
023
022
030
Office expense	
Stores and general	
Office furniture and equipment
Cars and trucking	
Heat, light, power, and water _
Laundry	
Dietary 	
Medical care	
Nursing and ward supplies	
Occupational therapy	
Incidentals and contingencies _
1
I
6,500
500
3,000
86,500
15,400
333,900
35,400
99,000
700
19,100
$1,551,462
Less-
Recruitment saving  $70,000
Deductions for board  16,200
Deductions for rent  8,600
Maintenance receipts   415,000
509,800
Total of Vote 293     $1,041,662
Summary
Port Coquitlam (Code 29301)   $848,302
Vernon (Code 29302)   352,340
Terrace (Code 29303)  350,820
Less sundry receipts
$1,551,462
509,800
$1,041,662
Civil Defence
Vote 294. §
Code No.
020   General Administration and Training	
Less recoverable from Federal matching funds
Total of Vote 294	
$180,200
45,200
135,000
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
T 143
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$10,000
5,000
$5,000
$265,232
132,616
$132,616
$90,000
30,000
$60,000
$4,200
$6,432
4,212
3,576
3,780
2,436
4,212
3,192
k      onc ClvIL Defence—Continued
Vote 295.
Code No.
021 Compensation for Injuries, Civil Defence Work-
ci*     $5 00Q
Less recoverable from Federal Government... 2,500
Total of Vote 295  j ||
Vote 296. ■&.
Code No.
022 Civil   Defence   Matching   Funds   Programme
(Gross)        $365,088
Less recoverable from Federal Government:
(a) Allocated to Administration
and Training     $45,200
(b) Unallocated      187,272
232,472
Total of Vote 296	
Vote 297.
Code No.
023 Standardization   of  Hose-couplings   (Including
Industrial  Plants)—Final phase of three-
year programme  $90,000
Less Federal Civil Defence share  30,000
Total of Vote 297	
Summary of Votes 294 to 297
Total funds provided  $595,088
Less recoverable from Federal Government    264,972
Net Provincial Government funds  $330,116
Vote 298.
"An Act to provide for the Payment of an Allowance to Frederick
Arthur Pauline"	
Vote 299.
I Provincial Elections Act " (1953 (2nd Sess.),
Chap. 5, Sec 192)
S»?_lfines *
Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar-General of Voters $6,432
Registrar of Voters, Victoria  4,212
Deputy Registrar of Voters, Victoria  3,576
g Senior Clerk—Grade 2, Headquarters  3,924
Stenographer—Grade 2, Headquarters  2,436
Registrar of Voters, Vancouver  *>
Deputy Registrar of Voters, Vancouver  ^1Z
$2,500
132,616
60,000
4,200
 T 144
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
QT7 P \/Ti~ l-l                                        Fiscal Year Ending
fcfcKVlCfc                                           March 31> 1956 *
Vote 299.
"Provincial Elections Act" (1953 (2nd Sess.),
Chap. 5, Sec. 192)—Continued
Salaries—Continued
$1,578
Clerk. New Westminster          -             $1,668
14,410
Temporary assistance               20,000
(8)      $43,828
(8) $49,772
Expenses:
Code No.
20,000
001    Office expense            10,000
500
002   Travelling expense   _ _                         500
10,455
014    Rentals                10,575
1           $74,783
Total of Vote 299
$70,847      M
Vote 300.
Code No.
$1,000
W£ 025    " Public Inquiries Act " (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 162)	
10     fl
Vote 301.
Statutory Requirements pursuant to " CrviL
Service Superannuation Act "
Code No.
026    Sees. 8 (1) and (3), 19 (2), 29 (2), and Sched-
$50,000
|g||      ule B          $48,000
17,000
027    Schedule C                                                                                    16,000
$67,000
Total of Vote 301	
64,000
Vote 302.
Code No.
028    Retiring Allowance—" Civil Service Act," sec. 69, and other
jf                       $55,000
Government employees	
50,000  I
Vote 303.%
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance	
3,000   §
Total, Department of Provincial Secretary	
$11,662,600
$12,165,517  |
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Vote 304.                                                                Hi
| Public Utilities Act "
Salaries:
$10,816
Chairman            $10,816
16,632
Two Commissioners                             16,632
8,520
Chief Engineer                                         8.520
6,792
6,432
Utilities Investigations Auditor                                  6,432
Assistant Chief Engineer                                           6 312
5,760
Secretary  .             5,856
3,924
2,832
Senior Clerk—Grade 2                                           4 068
Senior Clerk-Stenographer                                     2,868
2,760
Senior Stenographer                                         2 760
 PUBLIC UTILITIES
Estimated
Expenditure for
FIscm Year Ending
March 31, 1955
T 145
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
Match 31,1956
$2,832
1,620
500
(12)      $69,420
3,000
• 8,000
6,670
500
250
500
$88,340
$6,672
6,192
5,376
3,996
4,644
3,636
4,212
(6)
26,280
19,116
(2)
6,498
10,338
(1)
2,748
8,358
(9)
17,628
3,060
2,616
(6)
16,974
15,372
1,578
3,246
(4)
6,444
720
2,500
(58)    $178,204
19,350
25,000
5,600
1,000
11,900
560
11
Vote 304.
Qol   •       Ml "PuBLIC Utilities Act "—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2   0 R
Clerk-Typist    7™°
r—                                                        .                                           1,/lD
Temporary assistance	
„ (12) $68,848
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   2 800
002 Travelling expense  8000
014    Rentals   6670
020    Hearings     5qq
004    Office furniture and equipment  100
030    Incidentals and contingencies   500
Total of Vote 304	
Vote 305.
1 Motor Carrier Act "
Salaries:
Superintendent of Motor Carriers  $6,672
Deputy Superintendent of Motor Carriers \  6,192
Assistant Superintendent of Motor Carriers  5,376
Motor Carrier Rates Examiner  4,140
Chief Clerk  4,644
Research Assistant—Grade 2   3,780
Senior Clerk—Grade 2  4,212
Five Inspectors of Motor Carrier jj—Grade 3  21,780
Five Inspectors of Motor Carriers—Grade 2  19,980
One Inspector of Motor Carriers—Grade 1  3,438
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2   10,530
Two Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1   5,580
Three Clerks—Grade 2  8,484
Eight Clerks—Grade 1   17,946
Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 2   3,060
Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1  2,616
Seven Clerk-Stenographers  16,662
Seven Stenographers—Grade 2   15,960
Stenographers—Grade 1   	
Two Junior Clerks   3,384
Three Clerk-Typists   4>692
Special living allowance  '20
Temporary assistance  	
U                                       (55) $169,848
Expenses:
Code No. g4
001 Office expense   **»™J
002 Travelling expense   2^>"^
014   Rentals     J'gg
020 Hearings    '
021 Licence-plates  gg '
004   Office furniture and equipment  "'*
$87,418
I
 T 146
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
'   Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$1,200
1,000
$243,814
$332,154
$7,500
3,780
2,616
(3)      $13,896
750
5,000
$19,646
$9,360
7,440
9,960
2,400
7,728
1,200
7,152
5,952
4,992
6,120
4,776
2,298
5,376
2,616
4,572
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 305.
| Motor Carrier Act "—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  $1,400
030 Incidentals and contingencies  1,000
Total of Vote 305       $236,023
Vote 306.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance  3,000
Total, Public Utilities Commission        $326,441
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Vote 307. ||
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Highways	
Secretary	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Senior Stenographer	
7,500
3,780
2,700
(3) $13,980
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  1,000
002 Travelling expense .  5,000
Total of Vote 307	
Vote 308.
General Administration
Salaries:
Headquarters
Executive:
Deputy Minister of Highways  $9,360
Assistant Deputy Minister of Highways  7,440
(Chief Engineer   9,960
/Chairman of the Highway Board  2,400
^Assistant Chief Engineer  8,016
| Member of the Highway Board  1,200
Road-maintenance Engineer   7,440
Aircraft Pilot   5,952
Aircraft Mechanic—Grade 2  5,184
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 2  6,120
Two Secretarial Stenographers—Grade 1  5,052
Stenographer—Grade 2  2,388
Accounting Branch and Personnel Branch:
Departmental Comptroller  5,568
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1  2,616
Chief Clerk _  4,644
$19,980
 HIGHWAYS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 147
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(2)
(4)
(4)
(8)
$12,492
7,416
4,356
3,708
13,266
11,016
10,566
4,776
16,620
8,340
(2)
3,336
(6)
10,500
3,996
3,576
(2)
5,700
H          1,800
1,668
7,152
6,432
6,192
5,280
29,814
16,704
(2)
7,344
(2)
6,372
2,118
2,208
2,028
4,992
3,924
3,378
2,868
2,43'6
2,076
2,076
7,152
6,432
Vote 308.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Accounting Branch and Personnel Branch—Continued
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 2	
Three Senior Clerks—Grade 1  ffi
Insurance and Safety Officer "~
Personnel Assistant	
Three Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1	
Five Clerks—Grade 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 	
Eleven Clerks—Grade 1	
Four Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist 	
Two Junior Clerks	
General Office:
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2  |	
Stenographer—Grade Ia	
Clerk—Grade 1  \	
Clerk-Typist 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Bridge Engineering Branch:
Bridge Engineer	
Assistant Bridge Engineer	
Chief Bridge Designing Engineer	
Bridge Inspector 	
Six Designing and Structural Engineers—Grade 2.__.
Six Designing and Structural Engineers—Grade 1 m
Four Technical Draughtsmen	
Three Senior Draughtsmen 	
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer —I	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Equipment Branch:
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 2	
Three Mechanical Supervisors—Grade 2 	
Ferry Superintendent 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1 Jj—	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist g—      I
Construction Branch:
Construction Engineer —I	
Assistant Construction Engineer M
$12,636
11,268
4,500
3,708
10,146
11,364
13,362
4,596
24,066
8,568
:i-1,620
1,716
3,468
4,140
3,576
2,868
2,076
2,076
1,536
7,440
6,672
6,432
5,472
30,756
16,776
11,340
3,060
2,208
2,208
2,160
5,568
14,976
5,184
4,068
3,510
2,868
2,436
2,160
7,440
6,672
 T 148
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(2)
$5,952
3,372
3,504
5,052
4,644
(3)
1,488
7,440
4,356
3,924
3,252
2,520
2,028
1,536
6,192
11,640
3,576
2,832
4,512
2,076
1,716
7,440
6,192
3,570
2,700
1,980
2,028
5,376
6,192
3,924
2,658
1,668
18,000
Vote 308.
Salaries—Continued
General Administration—Continued
6,432
4,068
2,118
Headquarters—Continued
Construction Branch—Continued
Project Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Clerk-Typist	
Location Branch:
Location Engineer	
Plans Analyst	
Technical Draughtsman	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Blue-printer's Assistant—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist	
Right-of-way Branch:
Right-of-way and Claims Agent	
Right-of-way Agent—Grade 2	
Two Assistant Inspectors, Right-of-way and Claims
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist g	
Junior Clerk	
Surfacing Branch:
Paving Engineer	
Assistant Paving Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Ijcierk—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Testing Branch:
Materials Engineer	
Traffic Branch:
Traffic Engineer	
Resident Engineer—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist  	
Temporary assistance	
District Offices
Engineering District No. 1:
Divisional Engineer	
Senior Draughtsman	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
$5,952
3,504
3,504
2,700
4,734
4,104
7,440
4,500
4,068
3,378
2,616
2,118
1,620
6,192
4,500
7,704
3,576
3,060
4,596
2,076
1,800
7,440
6,432
3,708
2,796
1,980
2,256
5,568
6,672
3,924
2,748
1,896
6,672
4,068
2,208
 HIGHWAYS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
T 149
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$5,184
3,378
2,436
2,028
6,432
5,376
3,504
2,208
2,436
2,028
5,184
3,192
2,520
1,620
5,376
3,576
2,160
1,896
5,760
3,780
2,256
1,716
4,644
3,444
2,616
1,716
4,800
3,060
2,616
1,896
6,432
4,644
3,780
2,028
2,868
2,076
4,992
3,000
Vote 308.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Cariboo North (Quesnel):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 ~.~~~~
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 | | [IZIII'IIi
Cariboo South (Williams Lake):
Divisional Engineer	
District Engineer 	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2 p	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) jj	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Columbia (Golden):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Typist 	
Comox (Courtenay):
District Engineer .........	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Clerk-Typist  .	
Cranbrook (Cranbrook):
Divisional Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer  .....	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Junior Clerk—Grade A —
Esquimalt (Burnside):
District Engineer  m	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2  |	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Fernie (Fernie):
District Engineer |	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 ___	
Clerk—Grade 2 \	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Fort George (Prince George):
Divisional Engineer .__	
District Superintendent	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2 ——	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) — 1
Clerk—Grade 1 \ \ 1—~	
Clerk-Stenographer  -—	
Grand Forks-Greenwood (Grand Forks).
District Engineer    ,
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 -	
$5,376
3,510
1,980
2,118
6,672
4,800
3,636
2,076
2,616
2,118
4,722
3,312
2,076
1,536
5,568
3,576
2,256
1,896
6,672
3,780
2,340
2,076
4,644
3,576
2,616
1,800'
5,568
3,192
2,700
1,980
6,672
4,800
3,780
2,616
2,076
2,118
5,184
3,126
 T 150
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$2,700
2,028
5,856
4,644
3,504
2,796
2,118
(1) 2,076
1,980
4,644
3,252
2,118
2,160
4,800
3,576
2,520
2,076
5,568
3,000
4,554
1,980
2,436
6,432
5,376
3,780
2,700
2,436
2,616
2,436
1,566
2,118
1,596
6,672
9,696
3,504
3,780
2,934
2,928
5,736
Vote 308.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Grand Forks-Greenwood (Grand Forks)—Continued
Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Kamloops (Kamloops):
Divisional Engineer 	
District Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade Ia	
Kaslo-Slocan (New Denver):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
Stenographer—Grade 2  :	
Lillooet (Lillooet):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 i	
Clerk—Grade 2 	
Stenographer—Grade 2      _
Junior Clerk	
Nanaimo-Islands (Nanaimo):
District Engineer  I	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 :      _.
Stenographer—Grade Ia	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1	
Nelson-Creston (Nelson):
Divisional Engineer _	
District Engineer -	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1  .	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) | I	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1	
Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk-Typist __
Stenographer—Grade 2 j      __
Stenographer—Grade 1 f	
Junior Clerk	
New Westminster (New Westminster):
Divisional Engineer	
Two District Engineers	
Draughtsman—Grade 2	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1	
Intermediate Clejrk—Grade 1	
Senior Clerk-Stenographer	
Two Clerks—Grade 2 I	
$2,208
2,028
6,072
4,644
3,636
2,868
2,028
4,374
4,644
3,378
2,208
2,076
5,088
3,576
2,520
1,848
5,568
3,126
1,536
2,436
4,056
6,072
4,896
3,780
2,796
2,436
2,616
2,436
1,758
1,620
1,596
6,672
9,288
3,504
3,780
3,060
2,928
5,736
 HIGHWAYS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
M.arch 31,1955
T 151
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$6,882
1,980
1,440
5,184
3,576
2,256
1,620
4,800
3,378
3,252
2,436
4,236
5,184
3,576
2,748
1,536
4,800
3,510
1,980
4,800
3,252
1,980
1,896
6,432
4,356
3,504
2,436
2,298
1,716
6,072
3,120
4,194
1,620
4,722
3,576
Vote 308.
H; ' General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
New Westminster (New Westminster)— Continued
Three Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Clerk-Typist "___ZI_
North Okanagan (Vernon):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1 Z_____ZZ
Stenographer—Grade 1	
South Okanagan (Kelowna):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Two Stenographers—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
North Vancouver (Vancouver):
District Superintendent 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Omineca East (Vanderhoof):
District Superintendent	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Omineca West (Burns Lake):
District Superintendent	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Clerk-Stenographer	
Peace River (Pouce Coupe):
Divisional Engineer 	
District Superintendent	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Clerk—Grade 2 (trainee) 	
Clerk-Stenographer 	
.-     Clerk-Typist	
Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert):
Divisional Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1 	
Two Clerks—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade Ia	
Revelstoke (Revelstoke) :
District Superintendent 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
$7,050
1,620
1,488
5,376
3,576
2,340
1,716
4,992
3,510
3,252
2,436
2,160
1,578
4,800
3,576
2,832
2,118
4,800
3,576
2,118
4,212
3,252
1,440
2,076
6,672
4,500
3,636
2,520
2,388
1,800
5,856
3,186
4,188
1,716
4,722
3,576
I
 T 152
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
Mart* 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$2,520
1,556
4,800
3,060
2*4*36
2,118
5,568
3,576
2,520
1,620
6,072
4,800
%780
2,796
2,436
2,388
1,910
4,800
3,576
2*?§6
2,028
5,376
3,060
2,520
1,938
6,000
15,000
{TI 5)    $974,808
110,000
130,000
2,400
2,500
4,124
17,750
38,394
2,000
Vote 308.
Salaries—Continued
General Administration—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Revelstoke (Revelstoke)—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer	
Clerk-Typist t
Rossland-Trail (Rossland):
District Engineer ■.	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Salmon Arm (Salmon Ann):
District Engineer 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2	
Clerk-Stenographer -
Stenographer—Grade 1 _	
Sknilk.ameen (Penticton):
Divisional Engineer j	
District Engineer	
Senior Clerk—Grade 1    .....
Intermediate Qerk—Grade 1 „	
Clerk-—Grade 2 (trainee)	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade Ia	
Clerk—Grade 1	
Skeena East (Smithers):
District Superintendent ____.	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Yale (Merritt):
District Engineer	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2
Clerk—Grade 2 |	
Stenographer—Grade 2	
Stenographer—Grade Ia	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
$2,520
1,488
4,992
3,192
2,436
2,208
5,568
3,57$
2,076
1,578
6,252
4,800
3,780
2,868
2,520
2*436
2,160
4,800
3,576
2,868
2,118
5,568
3,192
2,436
2,028
6,000
(278) $975,888
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  132,000
002 Travelling expense  140,000
032    Aircraft operation  10,000
013 Printing and publications  2,400
031    Advertising and publicity  1,000
014 Rentals     5?346
004    Office furniture and equipment  15,981
016    Equipment and machinery  30,663
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment  3,000
 HIGHWAYS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal. Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 153
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$6,400
1,000
$1,289,376
$5,376
4,800
20,052
36,312
500
(17)  1 $67,040
25,200
$92,240
(311)    $952,469
9,467,637
343,400
105,500
$10,869,006
508,900
$10,360,106
$35,000
$1,000,000
$125,000
Vote 308.
General Administration—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
$7,100
3,500
Total of Vote 308
$1,326,878
Mechanical Supervision and Inspection Branch
Salaries:
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 2  	
Mechanical Superintendent—Grade 1  	
Five Mechanical Supervisors—Grade 2  	
Ten Mechanical Supervisors—Grade 1  	
Special living allowance	
Expenses:
Code No.
002   Travelling expense
Vote 309.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.
^Maintenance, repairs, etc.:
Salaries  (282) $940,724
Expenses (including seasonal steady daily
rate and casual employees)  9,094,393
g      10,035,117
* Motor-vehicles and accessories ~,         301,500
*Equipment and machinery  75,000
Less estimated revenue
$10,411,617
583,452
Vote 310.
Total of Vote 309 \ —      9,828,165
Maintenance of Fraser River (New Westminster)
Bridge
Code No.
    Salaries
020   Expense
(2)  $6,240
43,760
Total of Vpte 310
Vote 311.
* Snow-removal
Vote 312.
50,000
1,500,000
C°021 °'Local Highways within Municipal Limits
125,000
* Code by districts.
 T 154
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 313.                                                                     i
Code No.
$25,000
025    Vehicle Damage Claims, etc. 1 	
Vote 314.
$20,000
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic-controls, etc.
Code No.
Salaries 	
(3)  $9,948
$130,000
022   Expense 	
Total of Vote 314 .  	
140,052
150,0001
Vote 315	
Code No.
$1,000
023    Research and Testing Services	
Vote 316.
1,000
Code No.
$780,000
024   Gravel-crushing 	
$780,000
779,990
Less estimated revenue	
pi^fe            Total of Vote 316	
779,990
$10
-..JjL   io
Vote 317.
Grants and Subsidies
Code No.
$1,000
020   Grants to engineering associations	
019    Grants to cities with population in excess of
$1,000
40,000
15,000	
40,000
021    Grant toward pumping charges, Dewdney Dyking
2,500
Commission	
Total of Vote 317	
2,500
$43,500
43,500
Vote 318.
Equipment Fund
Code No.
Disbursements:
Purchase of new Equipment Fund units:
$58,000
029            Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
$40,000
360,000
1,000,010
016           Equipment and machinery	
562,000
031            Repairs to Equipment Fund units	
1,100,010
82,000
032           Transfer to Fund Account	
$1,500,010
$1,702,010
Receipts:
Estimated rentals from Equipment
1,500,000
Fund units      $1,100,000
Excess of disbursements over re
ceipts carried to Fund             602,000
1,702,000
Total of Vote 318	
% ■  JISK $10
10
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
PUBLIC WORKS
T 155
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$13,120,888
$7,872
6,792
12,744
(2)        12,568
5,952
5,568
4,644
6,432
4,800
7,716
7,440
3,504
3,252
4,554
1,800
(20)      $95,638
Vote 319.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance
$40,000
Total, Department of Highways  $13,104,
543
Vote 320.
Salaries:
Minister of Works
Secretary ...
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Minister's Office
$3,780
$3,780
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  200
002 Travelling expense  500
Total of Vote 320	
Vote 321.
General Administration
Salaries:
Executive:
Deputy Minister of Works  $9,360
Architects Branch:
Chief Architect   8,016
Assistant Chief Architect  6,912
Two Architects—Grade 4  12,864
Two Architects—Grade 3   11,760
Architect—Grade 2  4,644
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 4  6,432
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 3  5,952
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 2  4,800
Architectural Mechanical Engineer—Grade 1      	
Architectural Structural Engineer—Grade 4  6,432
Architectural Structural Engineer—Grade 3      	
Architectural Structural Engineer—Grade 2  5,088
Architectural Structural Engineer—Grade 1      	
Two Technical Draughtsmen   7,782
Two Senior Draughtsmen  7,440
Engineer-in-training       	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,252
Two Stenographers—Grade 2  4,554
Draughtsman—Grade 1   2,41%
Junior Draughtsman—Grade 2      	
.'.'.-,,                                                                           (21) $107,766
$4,480
 T 156
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(64)
(3)
$95,638
$3,126'
2,700
6,714
2,988
1,578
4,356
4,140
11,124
8,100
1,500
4,992
3,780
4,068
4,068
3,444
3,312
2,748
74,796
3,576
6,000
167,424
7,308
10,800
5,232
3,192
17,308
22,000
(127)    $390,374
Vote 321.
General Administration—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense „  $3,000
002 Travelling expense  10,000
031    Advertising and publicity   1,500
013    Printing and publications  1,200
004   Office furniture and equipment  805
030   Incidentals and contingencies  1,000
Total of Vote 321        $125,271
Vote 322.
Parliament Buildings (Maintenance)
Salaries:
Supervisor of Telephones  $3,252
Switchboard Operator—Grade 3   2,796
Three Switchboard Operators—Grade 2  6,984
Telegraph Operator  2,988
Clerk-Typist      	
Junior Clerk—Grade A  1,488
Heating Plant
Chief Stationary Engineer  4,428
Assistant Chief Stationary Engineer  4,140
Three Stationary Engineers—Grade 3  11,124
Three Stationary Engineer Helpers   8,100
Sundry employees   1,500
Mechanical Staff
Superintendent of Public Works j 4,992
Carpenter Foreman and Overseer j | 3,780
Foreman Electrician  j ,  4,068
Foreman Plumber g  4,068
Foreman Painter |  3,444
Automotive Mechanic  3,312
Clerk—Grade 2  1 \  2,832
Sundry employees  74,796
Janitors and Watchmen
Building Service Worker—Grade 6 g 3,576
Two Building Service Workers-—Grade 4  6,000
Sixty-six Building Service Workers—Grade 1  172,656
Two Watchmen  4,872
Four Building Service Workers—Grade 2  10,800
Two Janitresses j      	
Grounds
Gardener—Grade 4  3,192
Sundry employees  17,308
Temporary assistance (Janitors, etc.) 	
(126) $366,496
 PUBLIC WORKS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
(12)
T 157
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$160,000
127,860
5,000
5,000
$688,234
101,108
$587,126
$3,312
3,060
2,616
23,344
$32,332
20,000
6,500
6,000
LOO0
$65,832
960
$64,872
$888,527
48,956
(273)    $937,483
788,000
30,900
118,000
25,000
7,500
$1,906,883
Vote 322.
Expenses:
Code No.
020
006
029
031
032
Parliament Buildings (Maintenance)— Continued
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Heat, light, power, and water §
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Installation of new lighting fixtures	
Taxes, telephones, etc.	
Less maintenance credits (rentals)
$157,500
129,860
2,000
5,000
5,000
$665,856
Total of Vote 322       $6659S56
Vote 323.
Government House (Maintenance)
Salaries:
Gardener—Grade 5  $3,312
Gardener—Grade 3  |  3,060
Home Supervisor   2,616
Sundry employees (11) 21,144
Expenses:
Code No.
020    Maintenance of buildings and grounds
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
031 Furniture, supplies, etc.	
032 Taxes, telephones, etc.	
Less deductions for rent
$30,132
19,000
6,500
5,500
1,000
$62,132
960
Total of Vote 323
Vote 324.
Government Buildings (Maintenance) (Except Parliament Buildings and Government House)
Salaries:
Sundry employees        $942,052
Temporary assistance       	
(287) $942,052
Expenses:
°020 ° Maintenance of buildings and grounds         ?^'finn
006 Heat, light, power, and water  65,600
007 Heating systems  7""^"""""
031 Proportionate   costs,   inspector   of   Electrical ^^
Energy   7'500
032 Taxes, telephones, etc.  '
$1,896,552
61,172
 T 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
/H  ya wifc    w    '»'W1   jH*** wgH^i
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$76,170
71,555
$1,759,158
$14,561
25,652
41,202
4,749
68,710
24,000
7,530
16,721
62,000
4,126
2,082
32,868
12,270
4,124
12,950
2,220
960
5,453
12,000
25,000
$379,178
367,178
$12,000
Vote 324.
Government Buildings (Maintenance) (Except Parliament
Buildings and Government House)—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Less—
Rentals        $26,656
Recoverable from R.C.M.P       66,478
Recoverable from Royal Inland
Hospital, Kamloops (steam)       39,000
        $132,134
Total of Vote 324     $1,764,418
Vote 325.
Rentals
Departments:
Code No.
014   Agriculture 	
014   Attorney-General 	
014    Education	
014   Finance 	
014    Fisheries  	
Health and Welfare:
014       Health 	
014        Welfare 	
014   Labour 	
Lands and Forests:
014        Lands	
014        Forests 	
014    Mines 	
014    Municipal Affairs	
014   Provincial Secretary	
014    Public Utilities 	
014    Highways 	
014    Works	
014    Railways 	
014    Trade and Industry 	
014    Hospital Insurance Service 	
014    Sundry (non-apportionable)  	
014    Contingencies 	
$12,661
25,777
33,285
4,600
1,415
63,160
32,000
3,800
14,180
46,000
4,136
2,715
13,995
12,270
5,346
580
1,230
700
400
15,000
21,750
Less rentals repayable by sundry departments
Total of Vote 325	
Vote 326.
fH_H—m———■_■«—■_■_■■
Gas Division, Vancouver
Salaries:
Chief Engineer-Surveyor	
Gas Supervising Inspector -,_._,__	
Gas Inspector	
Stenographer—Grade 2  __.„__„_	
$315,000
300,000
$1,200
4,992
4,068
2,028
(4)
$12,288
15,000
 PUBLIC WORKS
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
T 159
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
(1)
(17)
$7,440
5,952
59,136
3,252
2,436
2,076
2,550
1,500
(18)      $84,342
3,300
15,300
500
600
2,500
$106,542
105,000
$1,542
$7,440
11,136
76,068
4,992
3,996
10,656
3,126
2,478
Vote 326.
Ex enses. Gas Division, Vancouver—Continued
Code No.
001 Office expense  $1 3Q()
002 Travelling expense Z ZZZ 5000
004 Office furniture and equipment Z7 600
016 Equipment and machinery " f50o
023 Testing, B.C. Research Council Z Z 10,000
013 Printing and publications  ] i'qoo
$30,688
Less estimated revenue  g 800
Jit-Total of Vote 326	
Vote 327. ||
Steam-boiler Inspection, Vancouver
Salaries:
Chief Inspector  $7,440
Assistant Chief Inspector  6,192
Eleven Inspectors  59,712
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,252
Three Stenographers—Grade 2 (one at half-cost—see
Electrical Energy Inspection)  5,478
Clerk—Grade 1  2,208
Two Stenographers—Grade Ia      	
Temporary assistance       	
(18) $84,282
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  4,300
002 Travelling expense :  15,300
004    Office furniture and equipment  600
016    Equipment and machinery  600
013    Printing and publications  500
$105,582
Less estimated revenue  105,000
Total of Vote 327	
Vote 328.
     Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver
Salaries: <fc7 440
Chief Electrical Inspector  *7'™
Two Electrical Inspectors—Grade 2   IAja
Nineteen Electrical Inspectors—Grade 1   /ggt
Senior Electrical Designer  >
Technical Draughtsman   10992
Three Senior Draughtsmen   '
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2  ^^
Clerk—Grade 2   2118
Clerk—Grade 1 	
$23,888
582
 T 160
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(1)
$2,868
2,520
2,028
2,730
5,184
660
(32)
$135,882
6,000
40,000
950
2,250
6,000
400
4,600
$196,082
30,000
166,072
$10
$2,520,346
$300
700
$1,000
Vote 328.
Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Senior Clerk-Stenographer f $2,868
Clerk-Stenographer  2,520
Two Stenographers—Grade 2 (one at half-cost—see
Steam Boiler Inspection)  3,132
Two Stenographers—Grade Ia .	
Clerk-Typist     1,620
Temporary assistance 	
Special living allowance  660
(35) $145,812
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  7,500
002 Travelling expense j  45,000
014    Rentals     580
004   Office furniture and equipment  675
013    Printing and publications  3,000
016    Equipment and machinery i  400
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  5,000
$207,967
Less—
Recoverable from  Chief Architect's Office | $31,500
Estimated revenue      176,457
W flg         207,957
Total of Vote 328   $10
Vote 329.
Code No.
887   Temporary Assistance  130,000
Total, Department of Public Works     $2,790,677
RAILWAY DEPARTMENT
Vote 330.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Railways (paid as Minister of Trade and
Industry) 	
Secretary (paid by Department of Trade and Industry)     „_	
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense _,  $285
002 Travelling expense  560
Total of Vote 330	
$845
 TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
T 161
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$6,500
7,152
17,184
3,312
2,928
2,796
350
(8)  $40,222
2,000
6,500
1,500
100
2,220
100
$52,642
$53,642
$7,500
3,780
150
(2)  $11,430
300
200
1,500
$13,430
$8,760
4,068
2,700
2,076
2,160
2,014
Vote 331.
2 ,   . General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister  $6 672
Chief Inspector  7 is?
Three Inspectors  17 280
Draughtsman—Grade 2  3*433
Senior Clerk-Stenographer  2*928
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2 ZZ 2 940
Temporary assistance  '350
§                                                                       X $40,760
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  \ 900
002 Travelling expense  5,200
013 Printing and publications  1,425
031    Advertising and publicity  \§$
014 Rentals   1,230
004    Office furniture and equipment  =95
Total of Vote 331  jp. 14	
Total, Railway Department	
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Vote 332.      *.                                                     . fr -     ;£j , • ...
Minister's Office
Salaries:
U Minister  % $7,500
Secretary  I  4>020
Stenographer—Grade 2 -  2,160
Temporary assistance  . ——-      -'---•—
^f (3) $13,680
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  285
004    Office furniture and equipment  19°
002 . Travelling expense  1»20a
Total of Vote 332 ---t-—
Vote 333.
  General Administration
Salaries:                                     Wm $g 76Q
Deputy Minister 1--1-.  £
Field Representative jj 3'    Q
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2  |^
Clerk-Stenographer—Grade 1 ....  *
Stenographer—Grade 2 _-- -^  7^7
Clerk—Grade 1 "~ l 578
Stenographer—Grade 1	
$50,805
$51,650
$15,355
12
 T 162
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,896
1,260
1,500
(8)      $26,434
2,800
960
4,000
100
1,200
5,000
$40,494
$5,184
4,644
3,924
3,780
(3) 10,722
3,000
4,596
1,980
1,716
2,076
1,980
1,578
8,500
(15)      $53,680
2,500
9,000
60,000
15,000
1,000
1,000
2,000
300
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 333.
General Administration—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Stenographer—Grade 1	
Temporary assistance	
$1,716
1,260
(7)  $22,458
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,000
014   Rentals   700
013    Printing and publications  1,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  50
031    Mapping, draughting, and contingencies      	
002 Travelling expense  4,000
Total of Vote 333  :	
$30,208
Vote 334.
British Columbia Government Travel Bureau
(a) Travel Bureau (Code 33401)
Salaries:
Commissioner    $5,376
Assistant Commissioner  and Field Representative        	
Chief Photographer   4,212
Chief Assistant Photographer   4,068
Senior Clerk—Grade 2   3,924
Assistant Photographer   3,636
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1   3,120
Two Clerk-Stenographers ___ 4,680
Stockman—Grade 2   1,980
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,620
Clerk—Grade  1    2,160
Stenographer—Grade Ia   1,980
Stenographer—Grade 1   1,668
Temporary assistance     	
(13) $38,424
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   2,300
002 Travelling expense  7,700
013    Printing and publications  70,000
023 Photographic and motion-picture sup
plies   14,250
024 Marking of historic sites   950
025 Tourist Council   950
026 Development of regional bureaux  2,500
004    Office furniture and equipment  300
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories   1,000
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
TRADE AND INDUSTRY
SERVICE
T 163
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
(2)
(3)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(3)
(3)
(8)
$4,000
2,500
$150,980
$150,980
$7,032
5,376
10,272
15,192
6,060
9,288
3,252
2,868
7,794
2,028
2,340
3,288
2,076
1,896
1,848
5,568
10,356
3,126
8,700
7,170
2,616
14,250
2,868
3,972
Vote 334.
British Columbia Government Travel Bureau—Continued
(a) Travel Bureau—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
030 Incidentals and contingencies (includ
ing grants)       $3,800
031 Sport shows and exhibitions 	
$142,174
(b) Tourist Promotion, San Francisco
(Code 33402)   #
Code No.
    Tourist Trade Representative      $6,000
002    Travelling expense |
031    Other expenses j"
Less receivable from Government
of Alberta 	
$12,000
6,000
6,000
Total of Vote 334        $14g 174
Vote 335.
Bureau of Economics and Statistics
Salaries:
Director 	
Assistant Director 	
Two Research Supervisors—Grade 2	
Three Research Assistants—Grade 3	
Four Research Assistants—Grade 2 	
Three Research Assistants—Grade 1 	
Two Chief Clerks  I	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 2 	
Intermediate Clerk—Grade 1 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2 	
Clerk—Grade 1       ,
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 1 	
Three Stenographers—Grade 1 	
Graphotype Operator—Grade A 	
Clerk-Typist  	
Junior Clerk—Grade A	
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 2	
Supervisor of Tabulating-machines—Grade 1	
Two Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2
Two Senior Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1
Six Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 2	
Two Tabulating-machine Operators—Grade 1 	
Senior Key-punch Operator 	
Three Key-punch Operators—Grade 2	
Five Key-punch Operators—Grade 1  —
Senior Clerk-Stenographer 	
Two Coders 	
$7,152
5,376
10,944
11,988
9,432
9,288
3,378
3,000
10,500
2,436
4,830
2,076
1,896
1,938
5,760
4,428
7,704
6,558
16,842
4,554
2,700
5,988
8,244
2,868
3,972
 T 164
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1955
$1,620
1,000
(48)    $141,856
2,500
40,140
5,600
8,000
2,000
3,000
2,000
$205,096
21,200
$183,896
$5,760
4,356
4,920
2,436
1,500
200
(4)      $19,172
500
250
4,000
9,000
35,000
$67,922
$110,000
$165,000
*4* J* T Smt m \f O »/ • /  %* Jr
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
Vote 335.
Bureau of Economics and Statistics—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Junior Clerk—Grade A   $1,668
Temporary assistance       	
*'':.-#   # ^  "W    '      -   (52)  $155,520
Expenses: g|
Code No.
001 Office expense  2,350
014    Rental of tabulating-machines  59,940
020    Mechanical equipment supplies  9,100
013    Printing and publications .... i  7,600
004    Office furniture and equipment  1,900
002 Travelling expense  2,400
030 Incidentals and contingencies '_■:  1,900
$240,710
Less recoverable from Liquor Control Board 21,200
Total of Vote 335        $219,510
Vote 336.
Industrial and Trade Office
Salaries:
Industrial Commissioner   $5,184
Administrative Assistant  4,356
Industrial and Trade Representative, London, England 4,920
Stenographer—Grade 2  	
Clerk-Stenographer   2,520 If
Special living allowance (London representative)  1,500
Temporary assistance   :______
I (4)  $18,480f
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  475
004    Office furniture and equipment  200
H 002    Travelling expense  2,500
% 031    Grants and contingencies  8,550
032    Exhibits _-__ I  1,000
Total of Vote 336 ____ „_____ 31,205
Vote 337.
Code No.
887    Temporary Assistance  14,500
Vote 338..
Code No.
031 Advertising and Publicity „:_„ _ 115,000
Vote 339.
W  U  O  %r* i    T    %J  •
019    Grants—British Columbia Research Council  175,000
Total, Department of Trade and Industry P^Pj.   $748,952
Total Expenditure for Current Account $151,494,958
 HOSPITAL INSURANCE
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year .Ending
March 31,1955
T 165
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
(120) $340,000
75,000
Vote 340.
$415,000
$250,000
$28,700,000
3,500,000
$32,200,000
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE
(Statutory:  "Hospital Insurance Act," Sec.
Salaries:
Commissioner |	
Assistant Commissioner	
Medical Consultant	
Supervisor, Hospital Construction and Operation _„__
Supervisor, Hospital Finance Division	
Supervisor, Hospital Services Division	
; Supervising Auditor	
Audit Accountant—Grade 5	
Audit Accountant—Grade 4	
Three Audit Accountants—Grade 3	
Two Audit Accountants—Grade 2	
Administrative Assistant—Grade 1	
Chief Clerk	
Five Inspectors of Hospitals and Consultants	
Research Assistant—Grade 2	
Research Assistant—Grade 1	
Two Senior Clerks-—Grade 2	
Ten Senior Clerks—Grade 1	
Five Intermediate Clerks—Grade 2	
Four Intermediate Clerks—Grade 1 	
Four Clerks—Grade 2	
Sixteen Clerks—Grade 1 	
Secretarial Stenographer—Grade 2	
Senior Stenographer	
Six Clerk-Stenographers	
Eight Stenographers—Grade 2	
Senior Key-punch Operator	
Two Key-punch Operators—Grade 2	
Four Coders	
Nine Clerk-Typists	
Junior Clerk	
Temporary assistance	
$
6)
12,000
8,016
6,000
6,192
6,432
5,856
6,912
6,072
5,760
14,172
7,992
5,184
4,644
20,484
3,852
3,186
7,848
35,910
17,814
12,186
10,830
37,968
3,000
3,060
14,988
17,898
2,658
4,146
7,938
16,920
1,732
13,692
(97) $331,342
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense (including postage)
002 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
014 Rentals and services, Kelowna	
016 Tabulating and rentals	
$45,300
28,000
1,200
400
10,000
84,900
030
011
018
Cost of plan conversion      	
Payments to hospitals $29,300,000
Grants in aid of construction and
equipment of hospitals  J^OOO ^
$416,242
 5B f 166
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
SF R VICF Fiscal Year Ending
d-CK vi-un March 31 1956 *
Vote 340.
Expenses—Continued
Less payable from Hospital Construction Fund   $1,535,000
* ; $31,265,000
■':•■•-#      :j|   %        -     '''0W'' $31,681,242
Less payments into Fund by way of:.
Municipal per diem grants     $1,040,000
Provincial per diem grants |§i _:       1,760,000
J|.- •#.       # 2,800,000
Amount transferred from Consolidated Revenue Fund
pursuant to " Hospital Insurance Act" (social services tax)  $28,881,242
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal. Year Ending
March 31,1955
$1,340,000
$30,860,000
$31,525,000
$990,000
1,650,000
$2,640,000
$28,885,000
 Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1956
$13,026,000
9,250,730
2,291,200
3,023,300
$27,591,230
387,510
475,000
9,412,310
897,000
2,700,000
175,000
260,000
1,235,000
$43,133,050
$6,513,000
800,675
448,500
$7,762,175
2,000,311
Vote 341.
Code No.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OUT OF INCOME
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries
     *(a) Trans-Canada Highway (Code 34101)  $13,093,000
-—    *(b) General Highways (Code 34102)   10^654*300
-—    *(c) Bridges, Ferry-landings, Marine Ways, etc.
(Code 34103) -___.__.__.__.. .  2,354,000
020      (d) Hard Surfacing (Code 34104)  3,385,380
Total of Vote 341  $29,486,680
Vote 342.
Code No.
020    Forest Development Roads
Vote 343.
Code No.
020    Mining-roads M 	
761,000
500,000
Vote 344.
Code No.
020    Construction of Provincial Buildings
Vote 345.
Code No.
020    Okanagan Flood-control	
8,938,100
Pacific Great Eastern Railway
Vote 346.
Code No.
023    Text-book Rental Plan Loss
1,402,000
115,000
Recoverable Expenditure
Vote 347.
Code No.
020    Development and Construction of Housing Projects 	
Vote 348.
Code No.
020    Assistance   to   Improvement   Districts   under
1 Water Act"	
127,000
750,000
Gross Capital Expenditure out of Income  $42,079,780
Less Federal Contributions applied against:
Vote 341, (a) Trans-Canada Highway     $6,546,500
Vote 344, Construction of Provincial Build-
. 783,196
inss 	
Vote 345, Okanagan Flood-control         701,000
$8,030,696
Application of Highway Development Fund
against Vote 341, (-) General Highways     2,338,943
Code by districts.
 T 168
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1955-56
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1955
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1956
$30,000
$9,792,486
$33,340,564
Vote 348.
Sundry returns applied against Vote 347,
Development and Construction of Housing Projects 	
$27,000
$10,396,639
Net Capital Expenditure out of Income  $31,683,141
 1954-55
Supplementary Estimates of Expenditure
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1955    i JI
_T S! '"■—■———■—>■■■—■•
Vote                                                                                 SERVICE Fiscal Year Ending
  March, 31,1955
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
31a. "Horned Cattle Purchases Act" (statutory)   $2 500
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
78. Minister's Office—Travelling expense  $j qqq
90. Inspection of Schools and School Services:
Office expense  $2 650
Travelling expense  4 500
Motor-vehicles and accessories  745
0&   . M 1        7,895
93. Teacher Registration and Examinations:
Office expense          $600
Examinations         9,900
ii&jji      — io'5o°
94. Vancouver Normal School:
I    Salaries  - _-__--—._../ $2,000 • ISP'
Office expense - |        1,000
Travelling expense    500
Equipment and machinery        4,000
Educational supplies        1,900
Maintenance of building and grounds —| 500
        9,900
95. Victoria Normal School:
Salaries   $725
Office expense  200
Travelling expense  •*""
fli       Rentals —    50
Equipment and machinery  1»075
Educational supplies	
Maintenance and operation of equipment  20®
Advertising and publicity	
98. Basic and  Supplementary Grants   (including Provincial share of debt   gg|j  jp      ^
charges)  - ,   f ^82,295
l|t|f'       DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE >j|
137a. Interest on Official Guardian Deposits (statutory)—  ^ ^              >f
137b. "Unclaimed Money Deposits Act" (statutory) — 525'000 #     |P|:
137c. "Water Act" (statutory)                             I 23o[oOO   f
137d. "Flood Relief Act" (statutory)-—  1  55|000  §
137e. "Municipal Superannuation Act" (statutory)  -        815,200
 No. of cvn>\nnv: Fiscal Year Ending
Vote SERVICE March, 31.1955
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
141. Per Diem Grants under Sec. 4 of " Hospital Act § [ $50,000
143. Provincial Infirmaries:
(kf Marpole Infirmary:
sflff     ^:   Salaries $3,000 ||
Maintenance and operation of equipment 800
-fjF        $3,800
(b) Allco Infirmary:
Wl    I Salaries   $1,800
Medical services     2,000
I          3,800
§         7,600
174. Social .Allowances (Including Grants) 600,000
176. Administration and Operation of Project and Pavilion for Japanese at New
Denver __ |—      10,000 f
186. "Old-age Assistance Act" and "Blind Persons' Allowances Act," 1951—
Administration, expenses __:        7,000
1S7. "Mothers' Allowances Act" (R.S.B.C. 1948, Chap. 225, Sec. 13) §~   5,000       §    ||
I I      $679,600
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
198a. I Labour Relations Act | (statutory)  2,000
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS
199. Minister's Office—Expenses       $1,000
217. "Soldiers'   Land  Act,   1918"   (Southern   Okanagan  Lands   Project)— 1
Expenses        3,000
235. Scaling Fund:
Salaries and expenses $105,000
Less withdrawn from Fund     104,990
  10
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
250. Minister's Office: 1£_K
Office expense _-  $200
Travelling expense .  200
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
256. Minister's Office—Expenses       $1,000
258. (b) Grants to Children's Homes         6,000
262. Grants—Retiring allowances (including payments under Orders in Council
No*;572/44, No. 574/44, No. 853/45, and No. 974/47)          1,000
263. " Civfl Service Superannuation Act ":
Government contributions to Superannuation Fund     $35,000
Government contributions to Retirement FundP .       65,000
100,000
267. Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), "Workmen's Compensation Act**-      20,000
2S7. Statutory Requirements pursuant to "Civil Service Superannuation Act**:
Sees. 8 (1) and (3), 19 (2), 29 (2), and Schedule B         $800
Schedule C 1 [        lj2O0
S#1
4,010
400
2,000
130,000
 SUPPLEMENTARYESTTMATR^   1954_55
T 171
Naof j SERVICE F5^^^g
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WOHK^
291. Minister's Office: ruuut WORKS _jj^ ._
Salaries   |j|
Office expense  -M50
Travelling expense	
|: 2,200
292. General Administration: $3,000
Office expense   - _M
Travelling expense   22 000
293. Mechanical Supervision and Inspection Branch—Travelling expend /(wc.   "^
298. Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, etc.: '
Working out taxes  $175 «0ft
Roads, bridges, ferries, wharves, etc  151715
,nA   e ,    326,715
300. Snow-removal   1000 000     ^
308. Electrical Energy Inspection, Vancouver:
Salaries „_ 1      $2 100     :^^   M
Less estimated revenue  2 090
11      10      §
  $1,385,225
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY !^
315. Bureau of Economics and Statistics—Rental of tabulating-machines and supplies ______ 6,600
$3,507*810
 1953-54
SCHEDULE A
SUMS GRANTED TO HER MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31, 1954, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURE.
SERVICE
Amount
Department of Agriculture:
Motor-vehicles and Accessories  $ 169.10
Department of the Attorney-General:
| Credit Unions Act " Eg $336.55
Censor of Moving Pictures  340.27
Supreme and County Courts  2,449.63
Official Stenographers  4,851.44
Motor-vehicle Branch  61,024.61
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses  3,402.25
Corrections Office   623.72
Oakalla Prison Farm  33,316.15
Fisheries Management Division  5,474.11
Game Management Division-. j I  3,900.16
Administration of Justice _ .  20,037.89
qi     In Aid of Removal of Discriminatory Freight and Express Rates _______ 397.53
it,j| I, |      IBpt    1     Sfi      3' f      ;          136,154.31
Department of Education:
Inspection of Schools  $944.10
School Radio Broadcasts  358.00
Visual Education  184.78
Victoria Normal School  1,075.24
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children  286.25
i         2,848.37
Department of Finance:
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London, England      $4,983.73
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Revenue Receipts, Bonds, Cheques,
etc         3,472.67 £
         8,456.40
Department of Health and Welfare:
Director of Welfare and Family Division  $894.87
Medical Services  1,074.64
Social Allowances (Including Grants)  46,019.04
Hospitalization of Social Assistance Cases  133,070.37
M      181,058.92
Department of Labour:
Trade-schools Regulation Branch  66.08
Department of Lands and Forests:
Air Survey Division     $42,737.82
Hydraulic Surveys       24,820.02
      67,557.84
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's Office  51.61
 SERVICE .jjv   J|. . .  9 Amount
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
General Administration  ^59Q
Government House   477*04
-       fill       $1,067.33
Department of Public Works:
Snow-removal   $332 859.82
Steam-boiler Inspection      11462^20
     344,322.02
Railway Department:
Minister's Office  43 52
Department of Trade and Industry:
Minister's Office  445.83
$742,241.33
VICTORIA, B.C.
Printed by Don McDiarmid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
1955
280-155-40__3
     

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