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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1969
PERIOD FROM APRIL 1, 1968, TO MARCH 31, 1969
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
to right of the Province of British Columbia.
1969
  To Colonel the Honourable John R. Nicholson, P.C., O.B.E., Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor oj the Province oj British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of the Province
of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1969.
W. A. C. BENNETT,
Minister of Finance.
Department oj Finance,
Victoria, British Columbia, June 12, 1969.
 Victoria, British Columbia, June 12, 1969.
The Honourable W. A. C. Bennett, P.C., LL.D., D.PoLSc,
Minister oj Finance.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the Public Accounts of the Province of British Columbia for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1969.
Respectfully submitted.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1968/69
E 5
Order of Public Accounts
Page
Ref. No.
Main Statements:
Statement of Financial Condition as at March 31, 1969    E 6-7
Revenue and Expenditure (Current Account, Summary by Departments) for the
Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1969    E 8-9
Cash Receipts and Payments (Consolidated Revenue Fund) for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1969       E 10
Source and Application of Funds for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1969      Ell
Revenue and Expenditure (Current Accounts and Special Project Funds Consolidation) Showing Revenue by Source and Expenditure by Function for the
Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1969  E 12-15
Supplementary Statements:
Details of Assets, Liabilities, Surplus, and Revenue Surplus Appropriation Accounts  	
Details of Revenue	
Details of Appropriation and Expenditure	
Details of Expenditure:
Current Account, Including Capital Expenditure Out of Income-
Special Project Funds:
Beef Cattle Producers' Assistance Fund 	
Burrard Inlet (Third Crossing) Fund	
Centennial  Cultural   Fund..  	
E 16-27
„E 28-29
-E 30-47
Crop Insurance Stabilization Fund..
Dairy Producers' Protection Fund-
Dog Tax   Fund _ . 	
Grazing Range Improvement Fund-
Housing and Redevelopment Fund-
Pound   District  Act	
  1-44
  4
  18
  18
   18
  4
  10
  33
   18
  4
   18
—  1 33
  31
  45
Schedule of Indemnities and Mileage Paid to Members of Legislature  46
Schedule of Salaries, Wages, and Travelling Expenses by Departments   47-172
Schedule of Payments to Municipalities, School Districts, Hospitals, Individuals,
Firms, and Corporations for Supplies or Services Rendered, Including Grants.. 173-213
Securities Deposited with the Government Pursuant to Various Acts  215
Financial Statements of Boards, Commissions, and Government Enterprises Not
Provincial New-home Building Assistance Fund-
Scaling   Fund-
University Endowment Lands Administration Account-
Summary of Detailed Expenditure	
Otherwise Shown in the Public Accounts:
British Columbia Liquor Control Board _
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority-
British Columbia Regional Hospital Districts Financing Authority-
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority	
The Over-all Medical Services Plan of British Columbia	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company— -—  	
Workmen's Compensation Board -  	
Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure..
216-217
218-223
224
225-226
227
228-230
231-234
235-241
 E 6
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
ASSETS
Page
Ref. No.
General:
E 16      Cash on Hand and in Bank
(Par value  1969, $194,006,
E 16      Investments, at cost jPar value 1968> $,57,444
E 16
E 17
Accounts and Taxes Receivable
Loans and Advances 	
E 17      Agreements of Sale, Mortgages Receivable, and Properties Held for Sale 	
E 17      Investments in and Advances to Special Project Funds	
E 18      Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company (entire issued
share capital of 905,729 shares) 	
E 18      Fixed Assets 	
1969
1968
Comparative
Basis
$34,546,421
$20,304,321
193,824,739
157,408,127
40,442,551
32,240,479
29,863,256
26,123,128
2,155,405
2,251,233
80,540,448
61,743,769
Total General Assets
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
e 18-19 Cash in Banks 	
(Par value 1969, $156,560,409.
E 18-19 Investments jPa.; Talue i968> $i4i>394,940_.
Total Superannuation and Retirement Funds
Trust:
E 19      Miscellaneous Cash and Investments 	
90,572,900        90,572,900
1,150,084,647    1,076,812,580
$1,622,030,367 $1,467,456,537
$265,819
153,997,717
$797,242
138,722,176
$154,263,536    $139,519,418
$191,362,579     $170,962,744
$1,967,656,482 $1,777,938,699
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 7
BRITISH COLUMBIA
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969
Page
Ref. No.
General:
E 19      Bonded Debt __
1969
E 23
E 23
E 20
E 20
E 21
E 21
E 21
E 21
E 22
Less sinking funds—
Par value  1969,  $60,250,615
Par value 1968, $78,128,330
Cheques Issued and Outstanding
Trust Deposits 	
Accounts Payable 	
Special Project Funds—unexpended balances
Reserves for Losses on Realization of Assets
$33,043,859
15,128,450
36,238,636
82,854,830
2,051,159
1968
Comparative
Basis
        $51,462,000       $67,916,500
E 20     Treasury Bills—Government of Canada, long-term serial 8,502,964 9,431,352
$59,964,964      $77,347,852
59,964,964
77,347,852
$23,917,037
13,355,891
34,251,395
64,011,317
3,047,722
Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves     1,452,713,433    1,328,873,175
Total General Liabilities, Reserves, and Surplus $1,622,030,367 $1,467,456,537
Superannuation and Retirement Funds:
Civil Service Superannuation Fund 	
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account 	
$153,238,519    $138,625,534
1,025,017 893,884
Total Superannuation and Retirement Funds....     $154,263,536    $139,519,418
Trust:
E 23      Miscellaneous Trust Deposits
$191,362,579     $170,962,744
$1,967,656,482 $1,777,938,699
E 23-24 Contingent Liabilities (net), representing Provincial
guaranteed securities issued and sold in respect of
physical assets and works, not included in the above
assets of the Province	
$2,107,028,142 $1,986,454,921
Loans and advances are carried at book value as the amount of ultimate
realization cannot be determined at this date.
No provision is made for commitments under construction contracts in
force at March 31, 1969. Such future construction is chargeable to appropriations in the years in which the work is actually performed.
In my opinion the statement of financial condition is properly drawn up
so as to show the true position of the Province of British Columbia at March
31, 1969, and is in accordance with the books of the Province.
C. J. FERBER, C.A.,
Comptroller-General.
 E 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF
SUMMARY OF REVENUE AND
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
REVENUE
Page
Ref. No. 1969 1968
E28      Property Taxes   $11,218,142 $10,262,177
E 28      Social Services, Fuel Taxes, etc.   250,888,877 234,763,745
E 28      Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and Succession
Duties   224,661,924 220,647,936
E 28      Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or
Royalties   169,201,641 132,708,827
E 29     Sales and Service Fees  14,035,666 11,203,979
E 29     Fines and Penalties   1,839,743 1,685,686
E 29      Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange   12,771,303 6,838,674
E29      Contributions from Other Governments  186,711,153 128,698,607
E 29      Contributions from Government Enterprises   77,830,663 50,594,476
E 29      Miscellaneous Revenue   14,634,506 12,761,007
$963,793,618     $810,165,114
* Exclusive of Special Funds.   Complete consolidation shown on pages E 12-15.
 r
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 9
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPENIDTURE BY DEPARTMENTS*
ENDED MARCH 31, 1969
EXPENDITURE
Page
Ref.No.
E 30 Legislation	
E 30 Premier's Office 	
E 31 Department of Agriculture	
E 34 Department of the Attorney-General 	
E 34 Department of Commercial Transport	
E 35 Department of Education	
E 36 Department of Finance 	
E 38 Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance
E 38 Department of Highways	
E 39      Department  of  Industrial  Development,  Trade,   and
Commerce —  	
E 39 Department of Labour	
E 42 Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources
E 42 Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources	
E 43 Department of Municipal Affairs	
E 46 Department of the Provincial Secretary	
E 46 Public Utilities Commission	
E 46 Department of Public Works	
E 47 Department of Recreation and Conservation	
E 47 Department of Travel Industry 	
E 47 Department of Social Welfare	
E 47 Ministers without Portfolio	
Net expenditure, including capital charges _.	
Net Revenue over Expenditure, carried to Revenue Surplus
Appropriation Account (page E 22) for the fiscal year ended
March 31, 1969          38,830,950        29,358,550
1969
1968
$656,853
$598,125
73,251
70,803
8,666,578
7J59.101
25,570,990
22,843,092
5,798,942
734,939
260,886,372
t225,860,451
38,288,759
46,267,104
178,891,118
152,520,750
126,897,161
103,843,382
4,779,989
3,372,948
6,320,546
6,046,568
32,428,523
35,595,222
4,604,449
2,757,490
47,064,724
t34,863,417
56,088,627
30,089,128
449,299
412,810
25,594,107
23,381,903
6,033,321
5,109,653
2,067,598
1,974,951
93,747,070
76,874,345
54,391
30,382
$924,962,668
$780,806,564
$963,793,618     $810,165,114
t 1968 figures adjusted for comparative purposes.
 E 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND
Statement of Receipts and Payments for the Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1969
NET RECEIPTS
Page
Ref. No.
E 8        Revenue as scheduled in Statement of Revenue and Expenditure  $963,793,618
Deduct items included but not represented by cash received:
Increase in accounts receivable          2,155,110
$961,638,508
Loans and advances repaid           1,072,174
Project funds repaid  24,076
Additional trust deposits          1,772,559
Total receipts  $964,507,317
Cash on hand and in bank at beginning of period, March 31, 1968      20,304,321
$984,811,638
NET PAYMENTS
E 9       Expenditure as scheduled departmentally in Statement of Revenue and
Expenditure  $924,962,668
Deduct items included but not represented by cash disbursed:
Increase in cheques issued and outstanding  $9,126,822
Increase in accounts payable     1,987,241
11,114,063
$913,848,605
Increase in investments      36,416,612
Total disbursements  $950,265,217
E 16     Cash on hand and in bank at end of period, March 31, 1969      34,546,421
$984,811,638
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69 E 11
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS FOR THE
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1969
SOURCE OF NEW FUNDS:
Provided by excess of revenue over expenditure for the year ended March 31, 1969 (page E 9)— $38,830,950
Provided by decrease of loans and advances        1,072,174
FUNDS RECEIVED IN EXCESS OF FUNDS APPLIED, accounted for by an increase
in current position shown below     $39,903,124
$39,903,124 $39,903,124
STATEMENT SHOWING CHANGES IN CURRENT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
CURRENT ASSETS: 1969 1963 Differences
Cash on hand and in banks   $34,546,421 $20,304,321    $14,242,100 —
Investments 193,824,739 157,408,127     36,416,612 —
Accounts  receivable      40,442,551    32,240,479       8,202,072 —
Non-cash adjustments — —
Investments in and advances to Special Project Funds 80,540,448   61,743,769
Non-cash adjustments     — —
CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Cheques issued and outstanding   33,043,859 23,917,037
Trust   deposits     15,128,450 13,355,891
Accounts payable    _   36,238,636 34,251,395
Special Project Funds—unexpended balances  82,854,830 64,011,317
Non-cash adjustments   —                —
$102,680,221    $62,777,097
NET INCREASE IN CURRENT POSITION, to account for funds received in excess
of funds applied as shown above     — 39,903,124
—
$6,046,962
18,796,679
—
22,758
25,000,000
—
9,126,822
—
1,772,559
—
1,987,241
—
18.843,513
25,000,000
—
$102,680,221 $102,680,221
 E 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1968/69
PROVINCE OF
STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY SOURCE
REVENUE BY SOURCE .     1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
Taxes:
Income tax—corporation and individual  $71,172,187 $85,751,394 $119,740,813 $152,043,763 $206,884,631 $209,953,964
Property  7,325,015 8,487,100 9,077,838 11,984,408 10,681,378 11,629,913
Sales:
Pari mutuel betting tax  1,716,915 1,839,296 2,213,210 2,462,480 2,480,290 2,705,331
Social services (net)  107,857,034 125,191,148 147,455,605 154,134,763 164,064,708 175,897,820
Motor-fuel and fuel-oil  48,408,938 53,138,517 58,723,045 63,891,178 68,218,747 72,285,726
Succession duties  5,161,250 8,112,325 14,991,802 21,883,580 13,763,305 14,707,960
Insurance premiums  _ 3,144,152 3,558,370 4,111,847 4,583,141 4,952,707 5,197,164
Sundry    _. 228,313 269,194 304,185 309,460 360,828 367,855
Privileges, Licences, and Permits:
Liquor control and regulation  606,172 625,287 666,276 673,931 703,752 762,206
Motor-vehicle licences and permits _ 22,691,112 24,639,677 27,512,606 29,004,505 29,896,739 32,041,717
Natural resources:
Fish and game  1,820,065 1,870,106 1,992,084 2,225,127 2,268,617 2,716,713
Lands and forests _  ,  48,867,874 56,747,675 60,847,042 56,350,928 52,154,383 78,214,138
Minerals  26,057,794 34,120,200 36,269,217 42,633,793 38,672,349 45,637,471
Water resources  1,966,518 2,182,320 2,281,801 2,317,493 2,467,292 2,845,677
Other  -   3,220,754 3,660,371 5,212,117 3,622,572 3,796,969 4,530,335
Sales and Services:
"B.C. Ferries Division"- _   — — — — 1,267,137 21,775,542
Other  10,164,379 12,357,119 14,514,231 20,307,204 20,089,267 26,045,444
Fines and Penalties  955,687 1,093,188 1,359,935 1,477,194 1,685,686 1,839,743
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange_ 1,741,534 1,280,370 5,207,124 5,515,894 8,295,601 14,563,550
Contributions from Other Governments:
Grants-in-aid and shared-cost contributions  85,073,682 81,304,872 100,531,964 109,049,277 126,857,198 184,477,737
Subsidies  1,672,417 1,672,417 1,672,417 1,672,417 1,672,417 1,672,417
Percentage of power corporation tax  501,351 284,215 436,793 248,128 168,992 560,999
Contributions   from  Government  Enterprises:
Net profit, Liquor Control Board.   32,229,386 34,829,776 41,017,679 44,182,183 49,890,724 55,292,915
Miscellaneous    352,795 123,110 88,363 755,870 902,531 1,569,771
Non-revenue Receipts :
Refund of previous year's expenditure  76,759 135,921 271,877 176,368 2,090,689 322,796
Repayment of advances   233,437 93,625 138,313 116,869 159,545 781,432
Carried forward. $483,245,520 $543,367,593 $656,638,184 $731,622,517 $814,446,482 $968,396,336
■ft Consolidation of Current, Capital, and Revenue Surplus Appropriation Accounts, and Special Funds on a gross functional basis by fiscal years.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69 E 13
BRITISH COLUMBIA
AND EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION*
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
General Government:
Administrative:
General    $6,334,296     $6,918,453      $7,089,111     $8,296,578     $8,757,813    $10,162,438
Employees'benefits  4,529,104       4,689,543       5,124,000       8,494,862       9,316,965      11,120,985
Construction and maintenance of public I
buildings  3,925,016       7,166,187       6,467,637       6,356,188       7,314,200       8,722,638
Legislative:
Elections.....   912,855 139,182 154,091        1,500,034 161,502 330,092
Legislative  Assembly  and  Government
House     667,539 810,748 811,972 889,457 927,014 933,862
Research, planning, and statistics  161,857 173,470 207,267 212,973 243,029 287,542
Protection of Persons and Property:
Law enforcement    _ 2,498,233 2,831,375 3,446,915 4,182,464 4,771,991 4,358,779
Corrections:
Juvenile delinquents.. __   1,536,599 1,642,667 1,707,017 1,798,844 2,082,470 3,657,102
Other offenders    6,573,940 7,232,194 8,786,662 9,333,946 9,898,893 10,376,316
Police protection  2,421,149 2,523,234 3,729,477 4,033,904 4,829,052 5,438,045
Registration, regulation, inspection, trusteeship  4,025,335 4,542,216 5,337,991 5,758,403 6,983,046 7,881,536
Transportation and Communications:
Highways, roads, and bridges   *118,830,511    t98,678,669     96,624,953      95,824,083      99,875,978    100,203,760
Waterways, ferries, docks, and wharves.-.        2,097,975       2,879,020       2,154,387       2,307,183       2,761,821        5,026,759
"B.C. Ferries Division"_     — — — — 1,624,179     22,475,443
Health and Social Welfare:
Health:
Administration    —
Public health	
Medical, dental, and allied services	
Hospital care:
General administration	
Provincial Mental Hospitals	
Provincial Tuberculosis Hospitals	
Payments to hospitals..
Provincial Infirmaries and Polio Pavilion
Social welfare:
Aid to aged persons	
Aid to blind persons   	
Social assistance	
Child welfare	
Labour relations, industrial conciliation
and arbitration	
General administration   	
Recreational and Cultural Services:
Archives, art galleries, museum, and libraries..
Parks, beaches, and other recreational areas	
Physical culture-
Centennial celebrations..
Other	
1,616,243
7,776,698
5,446,425
1,861,200
8,454,954
6,529,917
2,177,207
9,524,047
8,159,637
2,061,575
9,618,774
17,961,948
2,363,861
10,565,184
20,731,949
2,775,501
11,855,742
43,376,346
743,858
15,977,613
1,430,484
66,858,104
872,536
782,953
17,261,211
1,358,917
72,172,352
945,827
913,744
20,187,307
1,475,664
79,559,742
1,225,742
1,085,874
21,672,726
1,487,558
97,030,503
627,725
1,220,409
26,387,884
2,286,247
114,917,282
t
1,242,284
27,964,203
2,034,744
137,993,637
t
17,885,107
635,934
31,865,352
5,067,750
18,077,130
702,434
32,489,794
5,795,777
19,489,007
695,366
36,930,082
6,811,445
18,122,810
659,068
40,038,701
9,272,113
11,771,940
621,650
46,647,469
13,275,722
11,924,786
606,697
61,246,804
16,127,247
517,529
2,267,493
564,328
2,663,469
651,477
2,981,238
3,245,871
3,467,151
3,658,847
3,952,835
3,861,912
4,568,105
;
.
. ■ .
582,486
2,082,789
218,366
133,189
752,964
2,165,121
253,849
363,537
2,764,791
2,729,557
302,093
800,000
450,699
2,571,621
2,969,226
389,470
2,500,000
134,867
3,994,257
3,587,888
345,021
250,000
325,601
3,791,118
4,115,379
509,266
472,274
Carried forward.  $316,492,365 $313,422,692 $339,500,325 $383,906,500 $426,451,999 $525,441,342
* Includes $15,439,868 pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1963, chap. 49, sec. 8, and $17,749,250 pursuant to Toll Removal Act,
1964, chap. 58, sec. 5 (2).
t Includes $17,749,250 pursuant to Toll Removal Act, 1964, chap. 58, sec. 5 (2).
:f Included in aid to aged persons.
 E 14
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY SOURCE AND
REVENUE BY SOURCE
Brought forward	
1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
$483,245,520 $543,367,593 $656,638,184 $731,622,517 $814,446,482 $968,396,336
TOTAL GROSS REVENUE BY SOURCE $483,245,520 $543,367,593 $656,638,184 $731,622,517 $814,446,482 $968,396,336
Expenditure, Revenue Surplus Account      15,439,868 17,749,250          —                 —                 —                 —
Special Project Funds:   Expenditures in excess of revenue             90,786 41,356           —                  —             10,545,571       6,248,503
$498,776,174 $561,158,199 $656,638,184 $731,622,517 $824,992,053 $974,644,839
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION—Continued
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION
Brought forward	
Education:
School operated by local authorities:
Grants, operating schools	
Provincial home-owner grants	
Aids and services	
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
E   15
1969
$316,492,365 $313,422,692 $339,500,325 $383,906,500 $426,451,999 $525,441,342
Universities, colleges, vocational, and other
schools	
Education of the handicapped	
Superannuation and pensions	
General administration	
67,184,947     72,199,213      77,698,951
— *24,071,124   '29,057,777
6,574,836       7,033,208      13,956,694
Natural Resources and Primary Industries:
Fish and game..
Forests (including fire suppression)..
Lands—settlement and agriculture	
Minerals and mines 	
Water resources 	
Other	
25,823,284
1,101,753
3,880,513
578,324
1,457,723
17,751,633
5,218,239
3,212,305
849,469
1,251,200
31,700,561
1,402,063
4,110,878
624,444
1,641,545
18,276,805
5,965,566
1,737,629
1,110,018
868,863
46,319,746
900,397
4,339,349
681,274
2,727,673
23,858,178
7,796,589
2,821,166
1,205,678
1,126,008
88,000,866
•33,073,944
14,289,155
51,852,159
768,905
4,635,407
904,680
1,905,024
23,965,460
11,973,107
3,209,079
1,539,242
674,429
102,099,557 119,997,898
•37,341,397 •41,557,440
8,497,733 10,189,711
73,553,827 84,290,698
835,901 1,259,867
5,020,787 5,452,757
834,608 963,063
1,918,255
30,400,411
10,552,161
3,079,320
3,411,668
1,803,840
2,304,221
27,129,907
12,023,077
4,716,430
2,263,766
2,923,781
Trade and Industrial Development-
Local  Government Planning  and  Development	
Interest, Other:
Superannuation, Pension, and Trust Funds	
Contributions to Other Governments:
Grants in aid of local government  ._
1,444,020       1,595,942       1,812,091       2,713,780       4,405,427       5,714,864
2,634,035       2,411,113        1,094,673       1,679,491        1,863,648        1,117,015
Contributions to Government Enterprises:
Subsidy to Toll Highways and Bridges Authority or Ferry Authority	
Other	
British Columbia Ferry Authority..
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company	
Other Expenditure:
Civil Defence	
Housing  	
University Endowment Lands	
Flood relief  _	
Provincial home-acquisition grants..
Provincial home-owner grants	
Sundry	
318,892
13,347,000
1,969,086
150,000
763,174
575,991
381,600
•21,659,274
194,280
278,847    180,416    42,888    41,312   1,327,883
13,405,535  18,923,013  28,073,977  27,752,456  40,051,424
968,221
150,000
833,843
177,299
386,767
•2,674,570
872,868
150,000    150,000
41,176,200    —
25,282,000    —
1,000,000   2,000,000
787,580    777,736    725,793 720,898
467,860  2,025,212   1,365,470 1,563,987
392,566    384,439    554,540 507,803
tll,811,818 7,331,280
•3,228,642     »3,674,883      '4,149,044 •4,620,877
4,408               3,847               8,044 76,890
Non-expense and Surplus Payments:
Advances	
tll0,788        t!81,655
t72,679
252,734        t845,513       5,267,010
Loss on sale of investments,
Act	
sec. 9, Revenue
TOTAL  GROSS EXPENDITURE BY FUNC
TION..
Revenue over expenditure, including capital,
Current Account	
Special Project Funds: Revenue in excess of
expenditure	
Transfers to funds created by Legislative
Authority	
$494,703,155 $507,737,959 $645,416,575 $660,476,944 $758,633,503 $910,813,889
4,073,019     53,420,240      10,887,195     36,052,930 29,358,550 38,830,950
— —                  334,414            92,643 — —
— —                   —           §35,000,000 §37,000,000 §25,000,000
$498,776,174 $561,158,199 $656,638,184 $731,622,517 $824,992,053 $974,644,839
• Provincial Home-owner Grant Act Amendment Acts, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1968, increase in grant. Provincial Home-owner
Grant Act Amendment Act, 1964, sec. 4, applicable first to local school taxes, balance to other levies.
t Provincial Home-acquisition Grant Act.
t Credit.
§ Transfers to funds created by legislative authority: At March 31, 1967—Provincial Home-acquisition Grant Act, $25,000,-
000; Centennial Cultural Fund Act, $5,000,000; Crop Insurance Stabilization Fund Act, $5,000,000; at March 31, 1968—
Provincial Home-acquisition Grant Act, $10,000,000; Burrard Inlet (Third Crossing) Fund Act, $27,000,000; at March 31, 1969
—Provincial New-home Building Assistance Act, $25,000,000.
 E 16
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Bank:
Cash on hand	
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
Cash in banks in England (converted at $2.57)
Cash in banks in United States (U.S. dollars) _
$3,112,154
31,255,808
93,952
84,507
$34,546,421
Investments:
Revenue Act, sec. 9 (at cost)
Short-term deposits with chartered banks and trust companies:
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Bank of Montreal	
Bank of Nova Scotia	
Guaranty Trust Company of Canada
Montreal Trust Company	
Royal Bank of Canada	
National Trust Company	
Royal Trust Company	
Toronto-Dominion Bank	
Par Value
$54,450,200
25,000,000
25,000,000
12,363,000
10,000,000
25,000,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
10,000,000
$193,824,739
Other:
Railway Companies (Government of Canada guaranty)..
Province of British Columbia -	
Province of Manitoba	
Province of Ontario
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority parity bonds
(Province of British Columbia guaranty)	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. notes (Province of British Columbia guaranty)	
Province of Quebec .
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission (Province of Ontario guaranty)  	
University of Toronto (Province of Ontario guaranty)	
$171,813,200
$80,000
200,000
6,814,000
48,000
1,510,400
5,000,000
179,000
1,543,500
6,818,000
22,192,900
$194,006,100
$193,824,739
Accounts and Taxes Receivable:
Government of Canada:
Shared-cost agreements
Deposit re postal meter and Air Canada .
Other Provinces	
$18,052,595
1,950
British Columbia municipalities:
Social allowances, medical services, and child welfare maintenance	
Sundry :	
•Other:
Property taxes  	
Social services tax 	
Insurance premiums tax
Logging tax	
Mining tax
Probate fees and succession duties	
Timber royalty and stumpage and grazing fees
Student-aid loans	
Teacher-training loans .	
Farmers' land-clearing and domestic water assistance
Sundry	
• Not taken into revenue until received.
Record purposes only.
748,519
065,324
2,169
383,882
26,882
659,395
777,015
46,305
9,419
967,186
5,066
$18,054,545
13,229
2,331,243
352,372
19,691,162
$40,442,551
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1968/69 E  17
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31,  1969—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Loans and Advances:
Dyking districts, co-operative associations, and other:
Various dyking districts   $351,853
Various water and irrigation districts   591,020
Various co-operative associations  68,012
Miscellaneous        62,327
School districts, library districts, improvement districts, and local areas:
-            Various school districts (Public Schools Act, sec. 197  (10))  2,200,000
Various regional library districts (Public Libraries Act, sec. 50 (5))  367,099
Various improvement districts (Water Act, sec. 62 (6))   2,034,896
Miscellaneous  71,952
Boards and Commissions:
British Columbia Harbours Board  5,014,954
Liquor  Control  Board  8,981,014
Other:
Langford Warehouse Operating Account  174,107
Queen's Printer Operating Account   344,751
Textbook  Branch    4,560,885
University Endowment Lands Administration Account   4,184,887
Miscellaneous     855,499
Note.—The balance-sheet carries the qualifications that the above $29,863,256
assets are carried at book value as the amount of ultimate realization _=_____=
cannot be determined at this date.
Agreements of Sale, Mortgages Receivable, and Properties Held for Sale:
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan Lands Project           $1,699,306
•General land sales   456,099
• Not taken into revenue until received. $2,155,405
Record purposes only. -=■
Investments in and Advances to Special Project Funds:
Burrard Inlet (Third Crossing) Fund        $27,000,000
Centennial Cultural Fund       5,087,501
Conservation Fund (Water Act, R.S.B.C. 1936)  124,764
Crop Insurance Stabilization Fund  5,165,974
Provincial Home-acquisition Grant Fund          42,929,095
Scaling Fund   233,114
Note.—The above advances are represented as follows:—
Cash in chartered banks in Canada  $9,453
Accounts receivable          357,878
Investments  (at cost)        80,173,117
Short-term deposits with chartered banks and trust companies:
Par Value
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. $5,549,800
Bank of Nova Scotia 10,117,000
Guaranty Trust Company     7,184,000
Montreal Trust Company     5,000,000
Royal Bank of Canada —  14,300,000
Toronto-Dominion  Bank 10,000,000
Other:
British Columbia Hydro and Power
Authority parity bonds (Province
of British Columbia guaranty) $13,154,700
Pacific Great Eastern Railway parity
bonds (Province of British Columbia guaranty)       4,712,600
British Columbia Hydro and Power
Authority bonds (Province of British Columbia guaranty)         188,000
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority bonds
(Province of British Columbia
guaranty) 10,000,000
$52,150,800
28,055,300
$80,206,100
$80,540,448
$80,540,448
 E 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
A SSETS—Con tinued
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Co. :
Par value of 905,729 shares at $100 each _   _ .... „.       $90,572,900
Fixed Assets:
Gross Depreciation Net
•Highways   $807,401,995 — $807,401,995
Bridges    _      214,525,935 $47,585,640 166,940,295
Wharves  203,250 203,240 10
tFerries and ferry-landings ._     66,734,925 3,782,005 62,952,920
Buildings and furnishings  _    155,565,552 43,549,815 112,015,737
Songhees Reserve,   Victoria _       773,690 — 773,690
* Placed on the books March 31, 1926, by order of the Treasury
Board, based on mileage classification and average value determined
by the then Department of Public Works, plus additions to date.
t Includes assets of British Columbia Ferry Authority totalling
$56,122,841 (at cost) transferred to Province of British Columbia in
accordance with the British Columbia Ferry Authority (Vesting) Act,
1968.
$1,245,205,347    $95,120,700
$1,150,084,647
Superannuation Funds:
Superannuation Fund:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada  - — _ _    $245,301
Investments:
Bonds, debentures, and short-term deposits with chartered banks at book value       152,568,653
17,780 shares of Bank of British Columbia at book value   424,565
Short-term deposit with chartered banks:
Bank of Nova Scotia   _          $883,000
Bonds and debentures:
Par Value
Province of British Columbia  _ _      $1,536,500
Province of Ontario  _              105,000
Province of  Quebec      179,000
Manitoba Hydro-electric Power Commission  (Province of
Manitoba  guaranty)     -   2,000
Quebec  Hydro-electric  Commission   (Province   of  Quebec
guaranty)   _     _        110,000
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (Province of
British Columbia guaranty)        83,219,800
British   Columbia  Ferry  Authority   (Province  of  British
Columbia  guaranty)    - -      15,655,000
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty)       8,145,300
Pacific  Great Eastern  Railway  Co.   (Province  of  British
Columbia   guaranty)   _..     5,800,000
British Columbia municipalities  (Province of British  Columbia guaranty)          12,864,209
British    Columbia    improvement    districts    (Province    of
British Columbia guaranty) _       8,001,300
British Columbia school districts (Province of British Columbia guaranty) _      19,021,900
     154,640,009
$155,523,009
Carried forward .__ $153,238,519
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 19
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
ASSETS—Continued
Brought forward
$153,238,519
Superannuation Funds—Continued
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
Investments—bonds and debentures at book value
Province of Ontario
British Columbia improvement district   (Province  of British  Columbia
guaranty)  	
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (Province of British Columbia guaranty) 	
British Columbia school districts (Province of British Columbia guaranty)
British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority (Province
of British Columbia guaranty) 	
Par Value
$100,000
43,500
711,100
92,800
90,000
$1,037,400
20,518
1,004,499
Trust:
Cash in chartered banks in Canada .
Investments—direct or guaranteed obligations of the Government of Canada or the Provinces
(par value, $195,246,050)	
Note.—The above section is grouped for convenience.    Each individual trust is kept as a
separate entity for administration purposes.
$154,263,536
$2,070,823
189,291,756
$191,362,579
LIABILITIES
Bonded Debt:   Debentures (for details as to terms of issue, etc., see pages E26-27):
A. Payable in Canada in Canadian dollars:
3 per cent debentures, Series JN   	
3 per cent debentures, Series JS	
3 per cent debentures, Series IT	
Date of
Issue
Nov. 15, 1948
Dec. 15, 1949
Dec.  15, 1949
Date of
Maturity
Nov. 15, 1973
Dec. 15, 1969
Dec. 15, 1969
Principal
Amount
Outstanding
Mar. 31, 1969
$2,000,000
8,105,000
1,218,000
$11,323,000
B. Payable in Canada in Canadian dollars or
in New York in U.S. dollars at option
of holder:
3% per cent debentures, Series KF	
Feb.   15, 1952      Feb. 15, 1977      $22,500,000
C. Payable in New York in U.S. dollars:
3Vi per cent debentures, Series KD	
Aug. 15, 1951     Aug. 15, 1976       $17,639,000
Carried forward .
$51,462,000
 E 20
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Brought forward .
$51,462,000
Treasury Bills:
Government of Canada long-term serial:
Series RA-D22-30, interest free, 1969-77	
Series RA-D52-60, interest 2% per cent, 1969-77
Sinking Funds (Deducted from Debt) :
Cash in chartered banks in Canada	
$2,502,657
6,000,307
Investments—bonds and debentures (adjusted book value)
Province of British Columbia
Province of Manitoba ;	
8,502,964
$3,951
59,961,013
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority bonds and debentures (Province of British Columbia guaranty)	
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company bonds and debentures
(Province of British Columbia guaranty)	
Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission (Province of Ontario
guaranty) 	
Manitoba Hydroelectric Power Commission (Province of Manitoba guaranty)  _	
Quebec Hydro-electric Commission (Province of Quebec guaranty)
Montreal-Laurentian Autoroute Board (Province of Quebec guaranty) 	
Net direct debt
Reconciliation:
Par Value
$10,894,000
15,588,964
24,577,400
130,300
296,000
3,400,000
330,000
5,030,000
$60,246,664
Sinking fund balance, April 1, 1968
Add—interest earnings	
Less—
Redemptions
$77,347,852
2,498,871
$79,846,723
$17,382,888
Interest paid on Provincial securities outstanding, 1968/69      2,456,475
42,396
Adjustment in respect to provision for future interest requirements  .	
19,881,759
$59,964,964
Notes.—(1) The above sinking fund includes " Sinking Fund for the Sinking Fund Debentures due 1977," $21,850,747 (par value, $22,518,300), pursuant to subsection 1 (e) of section 45
of the Revenue Act, chapter 341, R.S.B.C. 1960.
(2) The excess of sinking fund cash and investments at par value over requirements includes
provision for future interest requirements.
Cheques Issued and Outstanding:
Cheques issued and outstanding at March 31, 1969	
$59,964,964
59,964,964
Nil
$33,043,859
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 21
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Trust Deposits:
Boys' Industrial School Inmates' Trust Account     _ 	
Contractors' deposits  _ _ _..   	
Cemetery Tax Fund .	
Companies in liquidation
Crop Insurance Fund 	
Intestate estate deposits 	
Municipalities Enabling and Validating Act .
Official Committee _	
Official Guardian deposits   	
Patients' Trust Accounts, Provincial Mental Hospitals
Provincial Home Trust Account  	
Timber-sale deposits 	
Sundry trust accounts _ 	
Accounts Payable:
General current accounts   	
Suspense accounts—permit and licence applications
Suspense  accounts—miscellaneous   	
Suspense accounts—British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Bond Deposit Accounts
Suspense accounts—right-of-way compensation   _   	
Municipal Vehicle Licence Account     	
Retention on construction contracts pending final certificates of completion 	
Special Project Funds—Unexpended Balances:
Beef Cattle Producers' Assistance Fund 	
Burrard Inlet (Third Crossing) Fund  	
Centennial Cultural Fund  _	
Crop Insurance Stabilization Fund 	
Dairy Producers' Protection Fund  	
Dog Tax Fund .— _ -
Grazing Range Improvement Fund  _
Pound District Act  „
Provincial Home-acquisition Grant Fund   	
University Endowment Lands Administration Account  _..
Reserves for Losses on Realization of Assets:
Agreements of sale, mortgages receivable, and properties held for sale:
Soldiers' Land Act, 1918—Southern Okanagan Lands Project 	
Loans and advances:   Various dyking districts
$695
183,241
77,694
110,053
460,807
6,333,474
9,097
5,940,369
254,018
329,884
25,231
1,390,669
13,218
$15,128,450
$30,430,759
1,501,300
956,637
571,060
331,169
512,534
1,935,177
$36,238,636
$119,949
27,000,000
5,087,501
5,165,974
66,796
14,105
5,496
50
42,929,095
2,465,864
$82,854,830
$1,699,306
351,853
$2,051,159
 E 22
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Excess of Assets over Liabilities and Reserves:
Arising from Capitalization of Assets
1968
Mar. 31. By balance .	
1969
Mar. 31. By capital expenditure out of current  appropriations  charged  to  asset
accounts:
Buildings and furnishings	
Highways, bridges, and ferries 	
„       By expenditure chargeable to asset accounts, increase in:
British Columbia Harbours Board Act, Sec. 18	
Local Services Act, Sec.  1 —   - —	
$1,187,642,403
Public Libraries Act, Sec. 50 (5) ...
Public Schools Act, Sec. 197  (10)
Water Act, Sec. 62 (6)	
Sundry   advances    	
By increase in accounts receivable:
Insurance  premiums  tax
Farmers' land-clearing and domestic water assistance
Logging   tax     	
Probate and succession duties and fees
Property   taxes    _ 	
Social services tax	
Timber royalty and stumpage
Sundry  accounts  receivable  ...
Less decreases—
Land sales _
Mining tax
Student-aid loans  	
Teacher-training   loans
By adjustment in excess reserves:
South Okanagan Lands Project
Surplus arising from capitalization of assets _ _ _	
Arising from Revenue Sources
1968
Mar. 31. By  balance   — _- 	
1969
Mar. 31. Add excess of revenue over expenditure for the fiscal year ended March 31.
1969        	
Revenue surplus
$16,052,111
66,975,732
$4,987,454
41,204
21,620
282,716
454,896
54,054
$1,864
138,147
24,770
1,487,229
266,178
133,304
4,014,800
564
$62,066
12,633
6,690
571
To refunds of recoverable expenditures credited to asset accounts:
Advances to Conservation Fund  $2,045
Advances under Canada-British Columbia Potato-warehouse
Assistance Act   —   340
Irrigation Assistance Loan Act      -  47,828
Southern Okanagan Lands Project  _   33,762
Sundry  advances    —- 18,673
To depreciation:
Bridges     - _ -     $4,970,872
Ferries and ferry-landings      1,603,553
Buildings  and furnishings       3,181,351
To write-offs authorized by Order in Council:
Conservation Fund,  No.  1000/69 _   	
83,027,843
5,841,944
$6,066,856
81,960
5,984,896
33,762
$1,282,530,843
$102,648
9,755,776
20,713
$141,230,772
38,830,950
9,879,137
$1,272,651,711
Note.—Pursuant to  the  Revenue Surplus Appropriation  Act,  1969,
(chapter 33, 1969), $130,000,000 of the revenue surplus was appropriated
for certain specific purposes, effective April 1, 1969.
Total excess of assets over liabilities and reserves as at March 31, 1969 	
180,061,722
$1,452,713,433
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69 E 23
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Superannuation Funds:
Civil Service Superannuation Fund  _        $153,238,519
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Account    _.   1,025,017
$154,263,536
Trust:
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Sinking Funds  $70,537,085
British Columbia Ferry Authority Sinking Fund  69,661,961
British Columbia School District Capital Financing Authority Sinking Fund  7,908,532
British Columbia World Relief Fund _   215
Bond Redemption Accounts   80,000
Burnaby, District of, Sinking Fund Accounts    251,517
Coupon Interest Account  20,674
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Sinking Fund Accounts  7,414,004
Improvement District Sinking Fund Accounts  999,668
Land Registry Assurance Fund   514,491
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Sinking Fund  21,958,965
Port Moody, City of, Sinking Fund Accounts  _.   25,392
Queensborough Bridge Account . ,  3,166,393
Suitors' funds deposits  6,874,634
Workmen's Compensation Board—Accident Fund bank account   1,949,048
$191,362,579
Contingent Liabilities:
In addition to direct liabilities of the Province, the following securities as to both principal and interest have
been guaranteed by the Province:—
Outstanding Sinking Fund   Outstanding
Guarantees (Gross)      Investments (Net)
Municipalities and other local governments:
(1) Guarantees  authorized pursuant to the Public
Schools   Construction   Act,   1953,   and   Public
Schools Act (repayable serially)    $314,576,400
Less held by British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority     224,853,000
(2) Guarantees   authorized   pursuant   to   sec.   46,
Regional Hospital Districts Act  $23,936,000
Less  held  by   British   Columbia   Regional
Hospital Districts Financing Authority..   23,936,000
$89,723,400 — $89,723,400
—
(3) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 5, Municipal Improvement Assistance Enabling Act, 1938 (amortized in annual
instalments)     6,163 — 6,163
(4) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 3, Municipalities Assistance Act (principally serials)            66,368,813
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued
interest)     — $269,805 66,099,008
(5) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 3, Village Municipalities Assistance Act (repayable serially)    3,348,400 — 3,348,400
(6) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 12, Improvement Districts Assistance Loan Act: Debentures (principally serials)..        18,998,500
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued
interest)  — 1,140,348        17,858,152
(7) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 5, Distress Areas Assistance Act  66,609 — 66,609
(8) Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District debentures (some serials)           24,116,000 — —
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued
interest)     _ _    — 7,863,910        16,252,090
Sub-total, municipalities and local governments __      $202,627,885     $9,274,063    $193,353,822
 E 24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
AS AT MARCH 31, 1969—Continued
LIABILITIES—Continued
Contingent Liabilities—Continued
University education:
Outstanding Sinking Fund   Outstanding
Guarantees (Gross)      Investments (Net)
(9) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 47, British Columbia
University Act, re Student Aid Loan Fund $129,568 — $129,568
Crown agencies:
(10) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 46, British Columbia
Hydro and Power Authority Act, J964:
Bonds and debentures—funded $1,391,894,770
Less sinking  funds   (investments  at  book  value  plus
accrued interest)  — $71,542,140 $1,320,352,630
Parity bonds—unfunded .       202,020,000 — 202,020,000
$1,593,914,770    $71,542,140 $1,522,372,630
(11) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 17', Pacific Great Eastern Construction Loan Act, 1954:
Bonds and debentures—funded . $118,567,000
Less sinking funds (investments at par value plus accrued
interest)     — $23,513,832       $95,053,168
Parity bonds—unfunded . .         50,505,000 — 50,505,000
Notes—unfunded  5,000,000 — 5,000,000
$174,072,000    $23,513,832     $150,558,168
(12) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 28, British Columbia
Ferry Authority Act:
Bonds and debentures—funded       $65,357,000
Less sinking funds (at adjusted book value)  (par value
plus accrued interest, $71,610436) , — $65,357,000 —
(13) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 9, British Columbia
School Districts Capital Financing Authority Act:
Debentures—funded 224,853,000 — —
Less smking funds (investments at par value plus accrued
interest)  — 8,175,046     $216,677,954
(14) Guarantees authorized pursuant to sec. 9, British Columbia
Regional Hospital Districts Financing Authority Act:
Debentures—funded         23,936,000 — 23,936,000
Sub-total, Crown agencies  $2,082,132,770 $168,588,018 $1,913,544,752
Grand total, all contingent liabilities $2,284,890,223 $177,862,081 $2,107,028,142
  E 26
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF
f Statement of Debentures and Treasury Bills
Maturity
Date of Issue
Rate
%
Nature
Series
Amount
Outstanding
Interest
Payable
Dec. 15, 1969
Dec. 15, 1969
Nov. 15, 1973
Aug. 15, 1976
Feb. 15, 1977
Dec.
Dec.
Nov.
Aug.
Feb.
July
July
15, 1949
15, 1949
15, 1948
15, 1951
15, 1952
1, 1947
1, 1947
Total Treas
Grand tota
3               Debentures
3               Debentures
3               Debentures
IVi           Debentures
3%            Debentures
Total Deb(
Treasury Bills
2%          Treasury Bills
ury Bills to Government of Cs
JS
JT
JN
KD
KF
$8,105,000
1,218,000
2,000,000
17,639,000
22,500,000
15 J&D
15 J&D
15M&N
15F&A
15F&A
$51,462,000
RA-D-22-30
RA-D-52-60
nada	
July    1, 1969-77
July    1, 1969-77
$2,502,657
6,000,307
$8,502,964
$59,964,964
59,964,964
Net debt...
Nil
i Par value plus accrued interest, $60,900,901.
L.M.—In   lawful   money.     C.B.C.—At   the   Canadian   Imperial   Bank   of   Commerce.      V.—Victoria.
Vr.—Vancouver.    W.—Winnipeg.    T.—Toronto.     O.—Ottawa.     M.—Montreal.    N.Y.—New  York,   U.S.A.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Outstanding and Unpaid as at March 31, 1969
E 27
Place and Manner of Payment
Term,
Years
Denomination
Authority
L.M.—C.B.C.—V., Vr.
W.
T.
or M.
20
•500,1,000
Re-enue Act, R.S.B.C 1948—O.C 2682.
L.M.—C.B.C—V., Vr.
W.
T.
or M.
20
*500,1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948—O.C. 258.
L.M.—C.B.C—V., Vr.
W.
T.
or M.
25
•1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1936—O.C. 2649.
L.M.—C.B.C—N.Y.
10-25
t»l,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Highway Development Act—O.C. 1937.
L.M.—C.B.C—V., Vr.
w.
T.
M., or
10-25
§*1,000
Revenue Act, R.S.B.C. 1948, and Electric
N.Y.
Power Act—O.C. 332.
L.M.—C.B.C—O.
L.M.—C.B.C.—O.
* Debentures may be obtained in fully registered form.
t Exclusive of matured securities, not presented for redemption, covered by earmarked deposits.
t Callable in whole or in part by lot.
§ Callable as a whole at the following prices plus accrued interest: 181Vi per cent if redeemed on or before
February 14, 1970; 100% per cent if redeemed thereafter and on or before February 14, 1974; 100 per cent if
redeemed after February 14, 1974. This series is also redeemable in part, at par, for sinking fund purposes only,
by lot, on August 15th, annually.
G. S. BRYSON,
Deputy Minister of Finance.
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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1969
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$360,000
6,400,000
Property Taxes
Land Taxes, General:
Farm land
$361,349
6,582,827
307,192
93,749
$7,345,117
3,873,025
300,000
Wild lands      .. .
90,000
Coal land " A " and " B "	
Land Taxes, Forest:
500,000
$384,963
1,186,232
376,293
807,531
1,118,006
1,000,000
Timber land	
350,000
Tree-farmland	
600 000
K, A N. Railway R"l< J"nd Tax Act
560,000
$10,160,000
$11,218,142
Social Services, Fuel Taxes, Etc.
Pari mutuel betting tax	
$2,705,331
175,897,820
64,631,891
4,781,900
2,871,935
$2,600,000
167,000,000
63,300,000
4,700,000
2,700,000
Fuel-oil tax	
Total, Social Services, Fuel Taxes, Etc.
$240,300,000
250,888,877
Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and
Succession Duties
$48,163,026
161,790,938
14,707,960
$67,000,000
154,000,000
16,000,000
Total,   Personal   and   Corporation   Income
Taxes and Sucession Duties
$237,000,000
224,661,924
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources
Taxes or Royalties
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits:
$17,084,354
14,492,540
464,823
$32,041,717
2,677,925
74,621,354
45,637,471
2,774,157
$31,000,000
Natural Resources:
Game Act—Fees and licences	
Lands and Forests:
2,400,000
250,000
$374,440
2,299,825
10,425,393
287,716
691,742
5,509,684
55,032,554
1,850,000
7,900,000
85,000
650,000
3,700,000
42,000,000
Timber sales	
Minerals:
250,000
$242,791
38,785,191
195,729
1,198,338
5,135,415
80,007
40,000,000
175,000
850,000
Coal, petroleum, and natural-gas leases and fees
Free miners' certificates	
6,000,000
80,000
Mining tax	
Unworked Crown-granted mineral claims	
Water Resources:
3,000,000
	
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1968/69
E 29
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1969-
Continued
Estimated
SERVICE
Received
$150,000
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources
Taxes or Royalties—Continued
Other:
$274,162
219,029
1,305,262
684,650
360,834
38,788
177,556
210,499
5,197,164
980,221
76,824
52,036
86,531
422,586
44,794
196,353
65,499
1,056,229
$11,449,017
145,000
1,000,000
600,000
320,000
Electrical energy inspection fees	
Fire Marshall Act—Fees, etc.	
20,000
140,000
150,000
5,500,000
900,000
70,000
50,000
80,000
Moving Pictures Act _	
Municipal licences, regulated areas, etc  	
300,000
Probate fees     	
35,000
Real Estate Act	
210,000
Securities Act 	
60,000
1,000,000
Sundry licences and permits	
Total, Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties	
Sales and Service Fees
Sales:
Land sales	
	
$150,920,000
$169,201,641
$906,557
162,646
$1,069,203
12,966,463
$900,000
135,000
Sales of maps and air photos	
Services:
Administration Act—Fees
100,000
$92,593
444,391
4,815,006
331,771
231,184
7,051,518
400,000
Land-clearing receipts	
4,200,000
Land Registry fees	
300,000
Sheriffs' fees	
150,000
Vital statistics 	
4,500,000
Sundry services	
$10,685,000
14,035,666
Fines and Penalties
$1,700,000
1,839,743
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange
$6,500,000
12,771,303
Contributions from Other Governments
Canada statutory subsidies  _
$1,672,417
560,999
168,159,428
$1,672,415
125,000
115,000,000
Canada share of joint service programmes in lieu of
opting out  ..
$116,797,415
10,200,000
$170,392,844
16,006,458
311,851
450,000
Total, Contributions from Other Governments
Contributions from Government Enterprises
Net profit, Government Liquor Board (including per-
$127,447,415
186,711,153
$56,055,121
21,775,542
$50,500,000
21,000,000
Total, Contributions from Government En-
$71,500,000
77,830,663
MlSCELLANEOUS
$5,620,431
9,014,075
$3,500,000
7,000,000
$10,500,000
14,634,506
$866,712,415
$963,793,618
	
 E 30
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Appropriation and Expenditure
Summary Showing Amounts Appropriated, Expended, Unexpended, and Overexpended
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1969
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT
1   Legislation:
Main Estimates .
Statutory	
$606,452
34,401
Statutory:
Vera Madge Bate Act .
Denise Vulliamy Act _
Premier's Office
2   Premier's Office:
Main Estimates .
Department of Agriculture
3   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates _
4   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
5   Markets and Statistics Branch:
Main Estimates	
6   Horticultural Branch:
Main Estimates	
7   Plant Pathology Branch:
Main Estimates	
8   Entomology Branch:
Main Estimates	
9   Apiary Branch:
Main Estimates
10   Live Stock Branch:
Main Estimates —
11   Dairy Branch:
Main Estimates
12   Poultry Branch:
Main Estimates
13   Field Crops and Seed Improvement Branch :
Main Estimates   	
14   Farmers' Institutes:
Main Estimates	
15   Women's Institutes:
Main Estimates	
16   Soil Survey Branch:
Main Estimates	
17   Agricultural Development and Extension Branch:
Main Estimates	
18   Agricultural Engineering Branch:
Main Estimates	
$640,853
8,000
8,000
$656,853
$33,016
131,808
113,086
233,856
38,616
102,390
32,862
809,454
273,294
115,908
85,366
13,620
15,000
163,824
345,317
101,896
$640,853
8,000
8,000
$656,853
$82,257 $73,251
$9,006
$34,789
122,671
113,950
235,515
39,574
92,350
34,0271
711,458
266,226
115,084
87,034
13,312
14,990
144,757
338,777
93,781
$9,137
10,040
97,996
7,068
824
308
10
19,067
6,540
8,115
$1,773
864
1,659
958
1,165
1,668
I
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 31
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Contin ued
Department of Agriculture—Continued
19   4-H Clubs:
Main Estimates 	
20   Milk Board:
Main Estimates
21   Temporary Assistance:
Main Estimates	
22   Motor-vehicles and Accessories:
Main Estimates 	
23   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates	
24   Rebates on Stumping-powder:
Main Estimates	
25   Subsidies on Agricultural Lime:
Main Estimates .	
26   Farm Labour Service:
Main Estimates	
27   Farms:
Main Estimates
28   Crop Insurance:
Main Estimates
29   Farmers' Land-clearing and Domestic Water Assistance:
Main Estimates	
30   Pound District Act:
Main Estimates	
31   Grasshopper-control Act:
Main Estimates ._
32   Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act:
Main Estimates   	
33   Pest Control:
Main Estimates
34   Aid in Construction of Storage Facilities, Farm
Commodities:
Main Estimates 	
35   Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act:
Main Estimates   $3,600,000
Statutory        1,259,791
Statutory:
Homed Cattle Purchases Act-
British Columbia Crop Insurance Act..
Special Warrants:
No. 2. Freight assistance programme on grain produced and shipped by rail from Creston-Wynndel
area     — 	
No. 4. Building grants to agricultural exhibitions
and fall fairs  .	
No.  17. Provincial share of Sterile Codling Moth
Release Programme	
$69,728
88,006
73,000
10,000
125,000
22,000
20
154,000
700,000
750
37,000
1,200
70,000
16,000
10,8921
9,354|
I
I
25,0001
15,0001
$69,255
80,942
117,000| 128,246
I
25,000| 24,491|
72,996
2,846
88,972
4,709
167,437
540,152
426
8,701
987
67,007
4,859,791       4,859,791
10,892
9,354
20,143
41,000| 41,000
.1
9,936|
$473
7,064
-
$11,246
509|
4
7,154
36,028
17,291
20
159,848
324
28,299
213
2,993
16,000
13,437
4,857|-
5,064|..
$9,079,054!    $8,666,5781       $445,2461 $32,770
 E 32
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General
Administration
36   Attorney-General's Office:
Main Estimates	
37   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
38   Incidentals and Contingencies:
Main Estimates	
Justice and Courts
39   Supreme and County Courts:
Main Estimates	
40   Administration of Justice:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 33 .
$876,500
150,000
41   Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs:
Main Estimates $137,500
Special Warrant No. 37    105,000
42   Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries:
Main Estimates	
43   Sheriffs' Offices:
Main Estimates _
44   Official Reporters:
Main Estimates —
45   Conference of Commissioners on Uniformity of
Legislation in Canada:
Main Estimates	
46   Coroners' Conference:
Main Estimates	
47   Magistrates' Conference:
Main Estimates	
48   Prosecutors' Conference:
Main Estimates J	
49 Magistrates Act:
Main Estimates
Statutory 	
$529,000
39,510
Registration
50   Land Registry Offices:
Main Estimates 	
51   Companies Office:
Main Estimates _.
52   Motor-vehicle Branch:
Main Estimates	
Trustees
53   Public Trustee's Office:
Main Estimates	
$36,852] $39,739
309,722
6,500
606,271
1,026,500
242,500
125,000
363,220
439,123
1,750
5,000
10,000
5,000
568,510
1,376,134
168,718
2,097,101
311,692
6,980
623,054
I
1,374,238|..
I
I
I
I
318,771|-
I
141,355|.
I
I
348,895| $14,325
I
I
520,231|	
I
r
799|
I
4,70l|
I
7,5911
I
5,662|.
I
I
I
I
568,5101.
I
2,132,037.
239,616| 260,4351_
I I
951
299
2,409
1,270,6911   105,443
171,236|-
$2,887
1,970
480
16,783
347,738
76,271
16,355
81,108
662
2,518
34,936
20,819
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 33
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
Regulation and Inspection
54   Insurance and Real Estate Office:
$120,880
125,394
75,022
236,510
31,642
75,992
5,094,000
350,000
20,000
277,671
1,315,614
20,175
20,848
464,794
86,683
3,782,066
575,636
616,818
691,504
673,724
2,637,087
$103,660
121,956
67,989
216,577
31548
77,611
$17,220
3,438
55   Securities Commission Office:
52   Credit Union Office:
7,033
19,933
94
57   Fire Marshal's Office:
58   Censor of Moving Pictures Office:
59   Racing Commission:
$1,619
Police Services
60   Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police:
5,121,953
209,175
20,000
264,460
1,198,709
19,388
20,068
413,279
78,990
3,592,603
508,380
611,567
667,018
681,948
2,623,269
27,953
61   Sundry Incidental Police Expenses:
140,825
62   Grant re Police Academy:
Corrections
63   Corrections Office:
13,211
116,905
787
780
51,515
7,693
64   Probation Office:
65   Probation Hostels:
66   Parole Board:
67   Alouette River Unit:
68   Narcotic Drug Treatment:
69   Oakalla Prison Farm:
189,463
67,256
5,251
24,486
70   Women's Gaol and Camp:
71   Chilliwack Forest Camps:
72   Prince George Gaol and Forest Camp:
73   Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camps:
13,818
8,224
74   Haney Correctional Institution (Including Forest
Camps and New Haven) :
2
 E 34
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of the Attorney-General—Continued
Corrections—Continued
75   Vancouver Island Unit and Camps:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant:
No. 20. Grant to Salvation Army House of Concord
Department of Commercial Transport
76   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates —
77   General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
78   Engineering Branch:
Main Estimates _	
79   Weigh-scale Branch:
Main Estimates 	
Statutory:
British Columbia Harbours Board Act..
Department of Education
Minister's Office:
Main Estimates
81   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
82   Curriculum Branch:
Main Estimates	
83    Research and Standards Branch:
Main Estimates	
84   Post-secondary and Adult Education Branch:
Main Estimates	
85   Secondary Correspondence School:
Main Estimates	
86 Elementary Correspondence School:
Main Estimates 	
87 Textbook Branch:
Main Estimates   	
Inspection of Schools and School Services:
Main Estimates   	
89   Jericho Hill School:
Main Estimates 	
90   Teacher Registration and Examinations:
Main Estimates  	
91   Finance Branch:
Main Estimates .
92   Post-secondary Education and Training:
Main Estimates	
$758,840
60,000
$754,225
60,000
$4,615
$25,738,417
$25,570,990
$807,750|       $640,323
$2,850
100,308
104,814
591,098
5,014,954
$338
97,060
101,758
584,832
5,014,954
$2,512
3,248
3,056
6,266
$5,814,024
$5,798,942 $15,082
$29,310 $31,059
209,4721 200,478!'
I
94,482! 99,950
I
I
138,6601 98,019 40,641|
I
I
188,7561        262,314
$1,749
$8,994|._ 	
5,468
476,127|   421,065
I
110,434|   103,374
I
643,930
1,297,642
1,049,933
1,272,786
683,788 673,063| 10,725|
I
441,528|        384,'167f 57,361
I
104,606| 97,836| 6,770
	
73,558
55,062
7,060
406,003
24,856
83,107,066!    81,631,771!      1,475,2951	
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 35
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Education—!Continued
93   Capital  Expenditures,  Provincial Technical and
Vocational Schools and Vocational Grants to
School Districts:
$15,000,000
161,555,339
5,452,757
1,400,000
245,000
183,000
30,000
215,000
60,000
57,500
10
$5,578,646
161,555,339
5,452,757
1,241,386
225,921
183,180
29,998
214,936
57,786
57,500
•36,892
$9,421,354|
94   Grants to School Districts:
Main Estimates         $160,950,000
Statutory    .                       605,339
95   Teachers' Superannuation Fund:
Main Estimates            $5,440,000
Statutory                     12,757
96   Free Textbooks, Maps, Etc.:
158,614
19,079
..... ....
97   Night-school Grants:
98   Training Programmes:
$180
99   Education  of  Soldiers'  Dependent Children and
Expenses:
2
64
2,214
100   Community Programmes Grants:
101    Incidentals, Grants, and Contingencies :
102   Temporary Assistance:
103   Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes:
36,902
Department of Finance
104   Minister's Office:
$271,724,407
$260,886,372
' $11,324,993
$486,958
$5,370
203,062
435,668
453,988
962,158
400,148
235,798
216,178
401,920
10
$625
199,642
436,381
1
!         370,597
I        912,174
353,437
!         213,513
!         181,203
!         379,956
•10,659
$4,745
3,420
105   General Administration:
I
1
106   Controlling and Audit Branch:
!
$713
107   Data Processing Branch:
83,391
49,984
1
|          46,711
1
1
|          22,285
108   Consumer Taxation Branch:
109   Real Property Taxation Branch:
	
110   Income Taxation Branch:
111   Assessment Equalization Act:
I
1
34,975
1
21,964
1
10,669
112   Purchasing Commission:
113   Langford Warehouse:
Main F(;timatp.<s
	
* Credit.
 E 36
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Finance—Continued
114   Government Agencies, Etc.:
$1,794,924
40,000
27,000
85,000
180,000
85,000
10
10
200
1,315,576
5,000,000
75,000
75,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
3,556
2,953
2,642
66,331
4,773
25,000,000
15,564
5,000
141,666
$1,775,231
45,948
32,135
87,474
175,243
148,506
$19,693
115   Courts of Revision:
$5,948
116   Assessment Appeal Board:
5,135
117 Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Bonds, Rev
enue Receipts, Licences, Etc.:
Main Estimates    	
118 Temporary Assistance:
4,757
10
10
57
2,474
119   Incidentals and Contingencies:
..
Special Warrant No. 35    35,000
63,506
120   Civil Service Superannuation Act—Interest:
121   Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Act—Interest:
122   Dyking Assessment Adjustments Act, 1905:
143
1,315,576
4,513,020
67,747
8,598
1,000,000
1,000,000
123   Supreme Court Act (Sec. 33):
Statutory      955,576
124   Salary Contingencies and Adjustments  (All Departments):
486,980
7,253
66,402
125   Expense Contingencies (All Departments):
126   Motor-vehicles and Accessories  (All Departments):
127   Power Subsidy:
128   Metropolitan Transit Subsidy:
129   Nancy Sloan Act:
Main Estimates	
Statutory:
3,556
•160,216
2,953
2,642
66,331
4,773
25,000,000
15,564
5,000
141,666
160,216
Special Warrants:
Nos. 3 and 15.   British Columbia share of expenditure of mutual funds and investment contracts
No. 9.   Grant toward establishing an outward-bound
Nos. 11, 19, and 23.   Grant with respect to Junior
Sports Stadium, Vancouver    —        . .
$39,234,505| $38,288,759
1
$1,023,522
$77,776
• Credit.
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 37
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Health Services and
Hospital Insurance
130   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates _.
131   Accounting Division:
Main Estimates	
Public Health Services
132   General Services:
Main Estimates ..
Special Warrant No. 7 .
$1,512,779
160,000
133   Grants re Local Health Services:
Main Estimates	
134   Grants for Health Agencies:
Main Estimates   	
Special Warrants Nos. 14, 27, 28, and 31
$650,000
320,000
135   Cancer Control (Including Grants, Etc.):
Main Estimates	
136   Public Health Research:
Main Estimates 	
137   Local Health Services:
Main Estimates 	
Special Warrant No. 6
$4,377,051
90,000
138 Division of Laboratories:
Main Estimates  	
Special Warrant No. 39 	
139 Division of Vital Statistics:
Main Estimates	
$616,445
32,000
140   Division of Venereal Disease Control:
Main Estimates  	
Division of Tuberculosis Control
141   Administration and Out-patient Care:
Main Estimates	
142   In-patdint Care:
Main Estimates .
Special Warrant:
No. 5. Cost of producing film on pollution control _
Sub-total,  Public Health Services —  	
Mental Health Services
143   General Administration:
Main Estimates  _ 	
144   Division of Nursing Education:
Main Estimates	
145   Community Services:
Main Estimates 	
146   In-patient Care:
Main Estimates .
Special Warrants:
No. 34. Grant to assist in reconstruction and development of Seven Oaks Children's Centre. _
No. 38. Grant to Bevan Lodge Association to assist
in purchase of furnishings and equipment.	
Sub-total, Mental Health Services-
$4,00O| $39,396
$35,396
229,804
1,672,779
545,000
970,000
450,000
600,000
4,467,051
648,445
520,713
180,554
219,363
1,566,429
540,151
961,002
449,393
749,894
4,413,146
602,438
500,961
164,165
$10,441|_
106,350
4,849
8,998
607
149,894
53,905
	
46,007
     _.
19,752
819,370    717,798
1,863,944'  !.64?.,713
20,0001    20,000
$12,991,660
$12,586,849
16,389
101,572
221,231
$590,101
$888,708        $735,712
!
\
1,239,406|      1,100,661
[
2,619,078!     1,480,759
I'
I
25,190,2821    24,060,821
$185,290
52,420|
I
11,750|
52,420
11,750
$30,001,6441 $27,442,123     $2,559,521
$152,996
138,745
1,138,319
1,129,461
I
 E 38
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Health Services and
Hospital Insurance—Continued
Hospital Insurance Services
147   Hospital Insurance Service:
Main Estimates     	
$126,093,492 $138,862,146
$12,768,654
Sub-total, Hospital Insurance Services	
Total, Health Services and Hospital Insurance..
Department of Highways
$126,093,492|$138,862,146
$12,768,654
 1	
$169,086,796|$178,891,118     $3,149,622[ $12,953,944
148   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates „
149   General Administration :
Main Estimates 	
I
I
I
$44,920| $15,882
I
2,799,786       2,688,774
150   Roads,   Bridges,   Ferries,  Wharves,   and  Tunnels
(Maintenance and Operation, Repairs, and
Snow and Ice Removal) :
Main Estimates    	
151   Trans-Canada Highway:
Main Estimates	
152   Roads, Bridges, and Ferries—Capital Construction:
Main Estimates 	
153   Hydro-development Highways — Capital Construction:
Main Estimates   _
154   Vehicle Damage Claims:
Main Estimates   _
155   Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, Etc.:
Main Estimates   	
156   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates	
157   Purchase of New Equipment:
Main Estimates 	
158   "B.C. Ferries" Division:
Main Estimates 	
30,000,000
10,000,000
57,000,000
5,000,000
50,000
750,000
17,775
3,000,000
20,850,000
31,171,431
2,776,874
58,407,520
5,791,340
59,794
779,161
11,122
2,719,820
22,475,443
I
i
I
$29,038|..
I
111,0121-
7,223,126
$1,171,431
1,407,520
791,340
9,794
29,161
6,653
280,180
1,625,443
$129,512,48l!$126,897,161|    $7,650,009|    $5,034,689
Department of Industrial Development, Trade,
and Commerce
159   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates 	
160   General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
I
I
I
$32,406| $31,249|           $1,157
I
I I
85,686] 90,8971	
161   Agent-General's    Office   and   British   Columbia
House, London, England:
Main Estimates 	
174,586
162   Bureau of Economics and Statistics:
Main Estimates 	
I
175,374
I
163   Data Processing Centre:
Main Estimates 	
164   Industrial and Trade Office:
Main Estimates 	
334,678| 270,746|           63,932
I I
I I
1,435,908] 894,191]        541,717
I I
I I
70.494J 56,468| 14,026
$5,211
788
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 39
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Industrial Development, Trade,
and Commerce—Continued
165   British Columbia House, San Francisco:
$53,096
10,000
100,000
530,000
15,000
2,300,000
317,826
$51,321
9,804
99,563
469,342
13,208
2,300,000
$1,775
196
166   Temporary Assistance:
167   Advertising and Publicity:
Main Estimates            $70,000
Special Warrant No. 29        30,000
437
60,658
1,792
168   Trade Promotion:
. 	
169   Provincial Exhibits, British Columbia Building:
170   Grant to British Columbia Research Council:
	
Special Warrant:
No. 1.   Provincial share of cost of Trade Fair and
317,826
	
$5,459,680
$4,779,989
$685,690
$5,999
Department of Labour
171   Minister's Office:
$8,684
561,824
103,860
3,564,447
217,450
2,500,000
11,000
500
$3,752
553,790
104,006
2,513,239
194,517
2,500,000
$4,932
8,034
172   Labour Standards Branch:
173   Factories Branch:
$146
174   Apprenticeship and Industrial Training Branch:
1,051,208
22,933
175   Labour Relations Branch:
176   Government Grants to Increase Workmen's Compensation Pensions:
177   Motor-vehicles and Accessories:
12,154
1,154
178   Temporary Assistance:
500
Statutory:
Mediation Commission Act (sec. 36)	
Workmen's Compensation Act (sec. 39(3))	
415,166
3,500
17,068
4,000
415,166
3,500
17,068
Special Warrant:
No. 8.   Expense re strike vote, Registered Nurses'
3,354
646
$7,407,499
$6,320,546
$1,088,253
$1,300
 E 40
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources
179   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates     	
Lands Service
180   General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
181   Grant  to  British  Columbia  Natural  Resources
Conference:
Main Estimates  	
182   Accounting Division:
Main Estimates	
183   Lands Administration:
Main Estimates 	
184   Pre-servicing Crown Lands for Sale or Lease:
Main Estimates  	
185   Land Inspection Division:
Main Estimates 	
Surveys and Mapping Branch
186    Administration:
Main Estimates
187   Special Commitments:
Main Estimates 	
188   Legal Surveys Division:
Main Estimates 	
189   Geographic Division:
Main Estimates 	
190   Topographic Division:
Main Estimates	
191   Air Division:
Main Estimates
192   University Endowment Lands Administration Act:
Main Estimates 	
Sub-total, Lands Service
Forest Service
193   General Administration, Protection and Management of Forests :
Main Estimates	
194   Reforestation and Forest Nursery:
Main Estimates
Special Warrant No. 13
$1,650,200
50,000
195   Forestry and Correction Camp Programme:
Main Estimates   	
196   Forest Research:
Main Estimates
197   Public Information and Education:
Main Estimates _ 	
198   Forest Service Training-school:
Main Estimates 	
$30,610
115,738
3,500
83,660
$31,060
119,299
3,500
79,932
$450
3,561
252,9421
237,437
200,000|
199,999
407,688|
399,016
38,412
34,333
2,000|
678,089
650,503
198,814]
195,944
540,4761
539,359
348,365]
285,960
10
$2,900,304
$2,776,342
$3,728
15,505
1
8,672
4,079
2,000
27,586
2,870
1,117
62,405
10
I
$127,973
$15,379,6541 $15,462,154
I
I
1,700,2001  1,705,717
I
I
13,000|    12,935
I
I
159,500|   159,198
I
I
61,5501    62,680
114,050|   114,006
$65
302
44
$4,011
$82,500
5,517
1,130
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
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No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Approprin
ation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
Resources—Continued
Forest Service—Continued
199   Grant to Canadian Forestry Association:
Main Estimates	
200   Engineering    Services    and    Forest-development
Roads:
Main Estimates , $2,968,000
Special Warrant No. 36       400,000
201   Fire Suppression:
Main Estimates .
202   Forest Inventory:
Main Estimates _.
203   Scaling Fund:
Main Estimates
204   Silviculture:
Main Estimates
205   Grazing Range Improvement Fund:
Main Estimates  	
206   Peace River Community Pastures:
Main Estimates 	
207   Peace River Power Timber Salvage:
Main Estimates   	
Sub-total, Forest Service
Water Resources Service
208   General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
209   Water Rights Branch:
Main Estimates 	
210   Assistance to Improvement Districts:
Main Estimates 	
211   Canadian Council of Resources Ministers:
Main Estimates	
212   Inspection of Dykes:
Main Estimates 	
213   River-bank Protection:
Main Estimates 	
214   Water Investigations Branch:
Main Estimates 	
215   Water   Investigations,   Hydraulic   Surveys,   and
Projects:
Main Estimates .._ 	
216   Okanagan Flood Control:
Main Estimates 	
217   Canada-British Columbia Joint Development Act:
Main Estimates	
218   British Columbia Hydrometric Stream-gauging:
Main Estimates	
$17,500
3,368,000
2,500,000
844,154
10
1,408,800
180,000
$17,500
3,382,576
1,209,422
844,474
1,408,414
177,584
20,000
1,492,184|      1,491,773
$14576
$1,290,578	
 | 320
I
10 	
386
2,416
411
$27,258,602   $26,068,433
$52,044
579,550
25,000
21,500
40,764
122,000
560,074
858,000
94,000
5,000,000
80,000
-I-
$47,653
531,287
24,165
21,420
38,646
102,897
540,796
708,756
93,291
502,831
80,753
$1,294,212
$104,043
$4,391
48,263
835
80
2,118
19,103
19,278
149,244
709
4,497,169
$753
 E 42
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT—Continued
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
Resources—Continued
Water Resources Service—Continued
219   South Okanagan Lands Project:
Main Estimates	
Special Warrant No. 26 .
$245,280
18,174
220   Pollution Control:
Main Estimates —
Special Warrants:
No. 22.   Bella Coola River bank protection	
No. 30.    Squamish River flood control and river-
bank protection 	
Sub-total, Water Resources Service	
Total, Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
Resources	
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources
221   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates _
222   General Administration:
Main Estimates	
223   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates	
224   Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails:
Main Estimates  	
225   Grants in Aid of Roads and Trails, Petroleum and
Natural Gas:
Main Estimates    _ 	
226   Construction of Cassiar-Stewart Road:
Main Estimates	
227   Grub-staking Prospectors:
Main Estimates	
228   Special Mineral Surveys:
Main Estimates	
229   Iron Bounty Act:
Main Estimates
Department of Municipal Affairs
230   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates _
231    General Administration:
Main Estimates 	
232   Grants and Subsidies:
Main Estimates 	
Special Warrant No. 32	
$360,000
183,500
233   Housing and Urban Renewal:
Main Estimates	
I
I
$263,454!       $283,748
214,917
250,000
350,000
$8,511,303
$38,670,209
182,917
250,000
174,588
$32,000
175,412
$3,583,748     $4,948,602
$32,428,5231    $6,370,787
$37,100
$38,374
1,331,7871      1,269,703
32,500
500,000
250,000
2,750,000
29,812
334,875
2,678,271
40,000 31,225
I
100,000
150,000
$5,191,387
$44,220
403,412
543,500
5,000,000
$20,294
$21,047
$129,101
I
96,189
126,000
$4,604,449
$43,969
420,478
500,719
1,513,087
$62,084
2,688
165,125
250,000
71,729
8,775
3,811
24,000
$1,274
$588,212
$251
42,781
3,486,913
$1,274
$17,066
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 43
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Municipal Affairs—Continued
234   Grants in Aid of Local Governments and Homeowners' Subsidies:
Main  Estimates    $43,975,000
Special Warrant No. 25          290,009
235   Winter Works Incentive Programme:
Main Estimates  	
Statutory:
Municipal Act (sec. 816)
Special Warrant:
No. 16.   Provincial housing plans competition-
No. 24.  Village of Hazelton re Home-owner Grant
for  1967 	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary
236   Minister's Office:
Main Estimates .
237   General Administration :
Main Estimates 	
238   Central Microfilm Bureau:
Main Estimates  	
239   Postal Branch:
Main Estimates
240   Provincial Library:
Main Estimates ...
241   Provincial Archives :
Main Estimates 	
242   Public Library Commission:
Main Estimates  ,	
243    Library and Library Association Grants:
Main Estimates 	
244 Queen's Printer:
Main Estimates	
245 Government House:
Main Estimates 	
246   Indian Advisory Act:
Main Estimates 	
247   Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), Workmen's
Compensation Act:
Main Estimates   	
248   Incidentals and Contingencies:
Main Estimates	
249   British Columbia Medical Plan:
Main Estimates	
Statutory 	
$18,000,000
19,467,020
250   Grants, Etc.:
Main Estimates
$44,265,009
750,000
31
48,000
3,384
$44,118,197
416,859
31
48,000
3,384
$146,812
333,141
$51,057,556
$47,064,724
$4,009,898
$48,308
72,416
106,198
776,760
151,484
$46,102
75,405
107,350
931,794
147,856
I
111,184| 102,424
I
I
291,228|   280,481
I
I
400,000|   400,000
10
53,920
I
•28,589
50,403
I
37,452|    29,145
I
I
I
1,200,000|  1,083,618
I
I
57,000[    75,090
37,467,020| 37,467,020
1,500,0001  1,493,539
$2,206
3,628
8,760
10,747
28,599
3,517
8,307
116,382
6,461
$17,066
$2,989
1,152
155,034
18,090
• Credit.
 E 44
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,  1968/69
No.
of                                      SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of the Provincial Secretary—
Continued
Provincial Secretary—Continued
251   Grant re Narcotic Foundation:
Main Estimates                              	
$225,000
250,000
200,000
400,000
740,500
319,708
225,000
10,000
95,000
750
3,000
$225,000
252   Grant re Alcoholic Foundation :
250,000
200,000
371,295
696,278
319,708
80,928
9,600
87,368
750
3,000
253   Capital Improvement District Act:
254   Restoration of Historical Sites, Etc.:
$28,705
44,222
255   Civil Defence:
256   Provincial Elections Act:
Main Estimates      $94,158
Statutory     .                         225,550
257   Public Inquiries Act:
144,072
400
7,632
258   Archaeological and Historical Sites Protection
Act:
Special Warrants:
No. 12.   Provincial share of cost during 1968/69 of
No. 21.    Contribution to British Columbia World
Relief Fund    .   	
$44,741,938
$44,505,565
$413,638
$177,265
Civil Service Commission
259   Administration:
$388,446
93,741
147,609
$395,813
93,741
147,609
$7,367
260   Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities:
Mam Tutimafs                                                                   $15,000
Statutory           78,741
261   Retiring Allowances—Civil Service Act and Other
Government Employees:
Main Estimates                            $50,000
Statutory ...                                                         97,609
$629,796
$637,163
$7,367
Superannuation Branch
262   Administration:
$278,004
28,000
7,292,946]
$271,604
24,757
7,292,946
$6,400
263    Grants—Retiring Allowances:
3,243
264   Civil Service Superannuation Act — Government
Contributions:
Main F«timafps                                            $6,450,000
Statutory ....,.„'                  ...                               842,946
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 45
No.
of                                     SERVICE
Vote
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of the Provincial Secretary—
Continued
Superannuation Branch—Continued
265   Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act—Government Contributions:
$53,000
1,319,584
137,440
37,000
60,000
1,800,000
$49,170
1,319,584
137,440
28,286
59,514
1,762,598
$3,830
266   Public Services Medical Plan Act:
Main Estimates        $1,300,000
Statutory               19,584
267   Public Services Group Insurance Act:
268   Death Benefits:
8,714
269   Municipal Superannuation Act:
486
270   Canada Pension Fund:
37,402
$11,005,974
$10,945,899
$60,075
$56,377,708
S56.088.627         $473,713
$184,632
Public Utilities Commission
271   Public Utilities Act, Cemeteries Act, and Prearranged Funeral Services Act:
$196,028
266,230
$190,450
258,849
$5,578
272   Motor Carrier Act:
7,381
$462,258
$449,299
$12,959
Department of Public Works
273   Minister's Office:
$29,685
271,932
9,683,142
12,000,000
1,750,000
953,782
$28,381
276,094
$1,304
274   General Administration:
$4,162
275   Government Buildings (Maintenance) :
9,958,745
12,733,154
1,689,705
908,028
275,603
276   Construction of Provincial Buildings :
733,154
277   Rentals:
60,295
278   Safety Inspection Division:
45,754
$24,688,541
$25,594,107
$107,353
$1,012,919
Department of Recreation and Conservation
279   Minister's Office:
$36,694
112,240
$33,459
104,793
$3,235
280   General Administration:
7,447
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No.
of
Votf
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Recreation and Conservation—
Continued
Provincial Museum:
Main Estimates     	
Commercial Fisheries Branch:
$306,053
51,016
2,083,772
2,830,780
325,000
110,000
$287,948
48,949
2,083,620
3,040,007
325,000
109,545
$18,105
2,067
152
Fish and Wildlife Branch:
Parks Branch:
$209,227
Grants in Aid of Regional Park Development:
Youth Training Programme:
455
Department of Travel Industry:
Minister's Office:
$5,855,555
$6,033,321
$31,461
$209,227
$3,650
30,322
1,872,572
63,387
208,032
$1,230
28,440
1,783,353
62,529
192,046
$2,420
1,882
89,219
858
15,986
General Administration:
Tourist Traffic
Travel Division:
Main Estimates  $1,825,072
Special Warrants Nos. 10 and 40         47,500
California Office:
Photographic Branch:
Department of Social Welfare
Minister's Office:
$2,177,963
$2,067,598
$110,365
	
$4,000
115,958
33,558
4,163,777
143,624
61,450,000
500
$1,708
100,981
33,222
3,970,485
136,606
80,721,917
$2,292
General Administration:
14,977
336
	
Social Assistance and Rehabilitation Division:
Field Service:
193,292
7,018
Medical Services Division:
Social Assistance:
$19,271,917
Residence and Responsibility Act—Administration:
500
New Denver:
288,400
310,702
22.J02
1
 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1968/69
E 47
No.
of
Vote
SERVICE
Total
Appropriation
Expended
Unexpended
Over-
expended
CURRENT ACCOUNT— Continued
Department of Social Welfare—Continued
300   Aministration, Child Welfare Division:
Main Estimates     	
301    Provincial Home:
Main Estimates
302   Brannan Lake School for Boys :
Main Estimates 	
303   Willingdon School for Girls:
Main Estimates _ 	
304   Division on Aging:
Main Estimates —
305   Blind Persons' Allowances:
Main Estimates	
Statutory 	
$382,000
22,235
306   Disabled Persons' Allowances:
Main Estimates  	
Statutory     	
307   Ministers without Portfolio:
Main Estimates 	
Statutory    _ 	
$2,210,000
4,042
$40,134
14,257
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY
Legislation   	
Premier's Office    	
Department of Agriculture  	
Department of the Attorney-General 	
Department of Commercial Transport
Department of Education 	
Department of Finance
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance-
Department of Highways
Department of Industrial Development, Trade,  and Commerce      	
Department of Labour
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources-
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources 	
Department of Municipal Affairs 	
Department of the Provincial Secretary	
Public Utilities Commission	
Department of Public Works
Department of Recreation and Conservation
Department of Travel Industry 	
Department of Social Welfare  	
Ministers without Portfolio   	
RECONCILIATION, MAIN ESTIMATES
AND TOTAL APPROPRIATION
Main Estimates,   1968/69   - 	
Expenditure authorized under various Statutes
Expenditure authorized by special warrants 	
Total expenditure authorized	
$260,558        $250,736
240,260
581,665
383,980
5,018,364
404,235
2,214,042
$75,302,921
$54,391
$656,853
82,257
9,079,054
25,738,417
5,814,024
271,724,407
39,234,505
169,086,796
129,512,481
5,459,680
7,407,499
38,670,209
5,191,387
51,057,556
56,377,708
462,258
24,688,541
5,855,555
2,177,963
75,302,921
54,391
222,905
583,819
360,825
4,434,887
404,235
2,214,042
$93,747,070
$54,391
$656,853
73,251
8,666,578
25,570,990
5,798,942
260,886,372
38,288,759
178,891,118
126,897,161
4,779,989
6,320,546
32,428,523
4,604,449
47,064,724
56,088,627
449,299
25,594,107
6,033,321
2,067,598
93,747,070
54,391
$9,822
17,355
$2,154
23,155
583,477
$852,224
$19,296,373
$923,634,462 $924,962,668
$9,006
445,246
807,750
15,082
11,324,993
1,023,522
3,149,622
7,650,009
685,690
1,088,253
6,370,787
588,212
4,009,898
473,713
12,959
107,353
31,461
110,365
852,224
$32,770
640,323
486,958
77,776
12,953,944
5,034,689
5,999
1,300
129,101
1,274
17,066
184,632
$1,012,919
209,227
19,296,373
$38,756,145
$40,084,351
$866,020,897
54,243,022
3,370,543
$923,634,462
 

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