Open Collections

BC Sessional Papers

""GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"" SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH… British Columbia. Legislative Assembly [1929]

Item Metadata

Download

Media
bcsessional-1.0368902.pdf
Metadata
JSON: bcsessional-1.0368902.json
JSON-LD: bcsessional-1.0368902-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): bcsessional-1.0368902-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: bcsessional-1.0368902-rdf.json
Turtle: bcsessional-1.0368902-turtle.txt
N-Triples: bcsessional-1.0368902-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: bcsessional-1.0368902-source.json
Full Text
bcsessional-1.0368902-fulltext.txt
Citation
bcsessional-1.0368902.ris

Full Text

 "GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF   THE
Liquor Control Board
OP   THE   PROVINCE   OP
BRITISH COLUMBIA
FOR   THE   PERIOD
APRIL 1ST, 1927, TO MARCH 31ST, 1928
PRINTED  BY
oVUTHORITY OP THE LEGISLATIVE  ASSEMBLY.
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Charles P. Banfielo, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1928.
  To His Honour Robert Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control Board for
the year ended March 31st, 1928.
R. H. POOLEY,
Attorney-General.
A ttorney-General's D epartment,
Victoria, B.C., September 28th, 1928.
 Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, B.C., September 26th, 1928.
The Honourable R. H. Pooley, K.C,
Attorney-General, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Snt,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Report of the Liquor Control Board for
the period ended March 31st. 1928.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
II.  DAVIDSON,
Chairman, Liquor Control Board.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
INTRODUCTION.
The Board presents the Seventh Annual Report, covering the operations from April 1st, 1927,
to March 31st, 1928.
No amendments to the " Government Liquor Act " were introduced at the 1928 session of the
Legislature.
During the period under review amendments were made to Regulations No. 21 (hours of
sale) and No. 28 (licensed premises), and, in addition, two new regulations were passed, No. 35
providing for group insurance for all employees on the permanent staff, and No. 36 governing
the delivery of beer by brewers.    (.See Appendix C.)
The accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required by section
116 of the Act, and the statistical data as required by section 111, are shown in the Appendices
as follows :—
APPENDIX A.—ACCOUNTS.
Balance-sheet	
Trading Account   Statements of Accounts for the periods April 1st,
Profit and Loss Account I        1927, to September 30th, 1927, and October
Liquor purchased and delivered  1st, 1927, to March 31st, 1928.
Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock	
APPENDIX B.—LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1st, 1927, to March 31st, 1928.
APPENDIX C—ADMINISTRATION.
Regulations and Amendments thereto made by the Liquor Control Board.
Amendments and Additions to Price-lists.
Statement of Stores and Premises owned, leased, and rented.
Statement of Prescriptions for Liquor issued by Physicians.
Statement of Permits issued from April 1st, 1927, to March 31st, 1928.
Chart illustrating by Electoral Districts the Sale of Liquor and the Administration of the
" Government Liquor Act."
GOVERNMENT *LIQUOR STORES.
ESTABLISHMENT OF STORES.
The stores at Keremeos and Sidney, both of which had previously been destroyed by fire,
were reopened in new premises on February 14th, 1928, and March 17th, 1928, respectively.
HOURS OF SALE.
Ill pursuance of the authority granted by the amending Act of 1927, the Board, early in
April of this year, changed the hours of sale at the Robson Street Store, Vancouver, to 4 p.m.
to 12 midnight on week-days and 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturdays, and in the following month the
same hours of sale were applied to the Hastings Street Store, but the operations early demonstrated that one store open in the evening was sufficient to meet the object in view, and the
hours previously observed in the Hastings Street Store—namely, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on week-days
and 12 noon to 8 p.m. on Saturdays—were restored.
STOCKS.
Commencing in January, 1928, the Board inaugurated a policy of purchasing proof Scotch
whiskies in bulk for bottling in three grades under the Board's own label.    These spirits, after
 S 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
being reduced, were placed in the Government Liquor Stores and sold under the labels One
Crown, Two Crowns, and Three Crowns at the following prices:—
16-oz.
26-oz:
40-oz.
Gal.
$2.25
2.35   '
2.50
$3.50
3.75
4.00
$5.25
5.50
5.75
$20.50
21.50
22.50
The sales for the first three months amounted to 6,498 gallons, the volume of business indicating that the innovation was approved by the public, and that the quantity and prices were
satisfactory to those purchasing these brands.
The value of the stocks of liquor on hand at March 31st, 1928, amounted to $1,374,877.20, an
increase of $192,441.42 over the inventory figure at March 31st, 1927.
SALES.
The amount of duty, excise, and sales-tax paid to the Federal Government during the period
under review is as follows:—
Duty     $2,621,470.20
Excise        376,966.91
Sales-tax       312,724.16
Total   $3,311,161.27
The total sales of $13,956,909.67 showed an increase over the previous period of $151,820.17.
A classification of the sales is as follows:—
Classification of Sales.
Wines and Spirits—
Spirits      $7,633,876.46
Liqueurs, Cocktails, etc         182,418.05
     $7,816,294.51
Port, Sherry, Burgundy, Clarets, and Satrterhes .'...      $332,936.37
Champagnes and Sparkling Wines          148,429.50
  481,365.87
Native Wines—
Ontario   .'.         $41,425.95
British Columbia          173,089.65
  214,515.60
Oriental Liquors   404,352.73
Malt Liquor—
B.C. Beer-
Licensees     $2,232,057.80
Stores      2,013,203.83
Imported Ale and Stout         195,059.33
 5,040.380.96
$13,956,909.67
LOGANBERRY WINE.
The popularity which loganberry wine is enjoying as shown by the sales augurs well for the
extension of this commodity, the market for which is steadily broadening, and ensures the
development in British Columbia of an industry which will form an important and valuable
adjunct to the resources of the small land-owners who are engaged in intensive cultivation.*
* The demand for the fruit now exceeds the production to such an extent that the gallonage for this
year (1928) will fall considerably below that for which provision was made by the wineries.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28. S 7
INSURANCE.
Losses by burglary at Government Liquor Stores which occurred during the year were as
follows :—
1927. Store. Value of Goods stolen.
April 27.    Kamloops          $86.07
July     3.    Chilliwack        397.26
Sept. 10.   Vancouver (Cordova Street)     3,096.89
Total  $3,580.22
The burglary at the Government Liquor Store, Cordova Street, Vancouver, was carried out
on an extensive scale, entrance being made from the rear of the premises at night and the safe
bodily removed. The arrest of one of the burglars in Sumas, Wash., the following day resulted
in a conviction and the return of fifty-five cases of the liquor stolen, the value of which, $1,668.60,
reduced the total amount involved in the robbery to the figure shown above.
Loss by fires at the undermentioned Government Liquor Stores, resulting in damage to stock
and equipment as shown hereunder, were settled in full without loss to the Board:—
Aug. 10, 1927.    Duncan        $214.00
Jan.  12, 1928.    Sidney      3,266.37
Total  $3,480.37
The fire at the Sidney store was the result of the adjoining premises taking fire and resulted
in the complete destruction of stocks and equipment.
Under the terms of the insurance carried, all of the above losses were settled in full.
PERMITS.
A detailed statement showing the sale of each variety of permit is shown in Appendix C.
The sum of $170,281 has been received from the sale of permits and transmitted to the Department of Finance as required by section 115 of the Act. This sum, which is not included in the
general revenue of the Board, represents an increase of $3,245 over the preceding year.
LICENCES.
CLUB LICENCES.
No amendments were made to the Board's regulations governing club licences during the
year under review.
Club Licences issued in respect of Year 1927 (prom April 1st to December 31st, 1927).
Locality. Name.
Duncan Cowichan County Club.
Prince George Canadian Legion Club.
Club Licences issued in respect of Year 1928 (from January 1st, 1928,
to March 31st, 1928).
Locality. Name.
Armstrong Canadian Legion, B.C. Branch No. 35, B.E.S.L.
Burquitlam Vancouver Golf & Country Club.
Coal Creek Coal Creek Literary & Athletic Association.
Courtenay .Elks' Home.
Colwood Colwood Golf & Country Club.
Cranbrook Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Corbin Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Flathead Post No. 12.
Chilliwack Canadian Legion Club.
Duncan .Cowichan Cosmopolitan Club.
Cowichan County Club.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Fernie * Fernie Club.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Branch No. 36.
Fernie Literary & Athletic Association.
Kelowna .Kelowna Club.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Kimberley Kimberley Elks' Club.
 S 8 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Locality. Name.
Kamloops JKamloops Elks' Club.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Ladysmith Army & Navy Veterans' Unit in Canada No. 52.
New Westminster Pastime Club, Ltd.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks No. 3.
Great War Veterans' Branch, Canadian Legion,
B.E.S.L.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Westminster Club.
Nanaimo Fraternal Order of Eagles' Home.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Army & Navy Veterans' Association in Canada.
Elks' Home No. 26.
Nelson Nelson Club.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
North Vancouver Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
North Vancouver Elks' Club.
Oak Bay.. Victoria Golf Club.
Uplands Golf Club.
Port Alberni Elks' Home.
Point Grey Jericho Country Club.
Point Grey Golf & Country Club.
Shaughnessy Heights Golf Club.
Marine Drive Golf & Country Club.
Quilchena Golf Club, Ltd.
Prince George Canadian Legion Club.
Prince Rupert Prince Rupert Club, Ltd.
Grand Terminal Club.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Revelstoke Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Rossland Rossland Club.
Salmon Arm Canadian Legion Club.
Smitliers Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
South Vancouver Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L. No. 16.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Stewart Stewart Club.
Sourdough Club.
Vanderhoof Vanderhoof Club, Ltd.
Vernon Vernon Club.
Vancouver Canadian Legion, G.A.U.V. Branch, B.E.S.L.
Army & Navy Veterans in Canada.
Quadra Club.
Terminal City Club, Ltd.
Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., South African Branch.
Imperial Veterans in Canada.
Vancouver Club.
Canadian  Legion,   B.E.S.L.,   G.W.V.A.   Branch,
. B.C., No. 19.
Victoria Army & Navy Veterans in Canada, Victoria Unit
No. 12.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Pro Patria Branch.
Veterans of France.
Victoria Elks' Club.
Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., Britannia Branch.
Union Club of British Columbia,
i        Pacific Club.
 BEER LICENCES.
To co-ordinate Regulation No. 28 of the Board governing the operation of licensed premises
with the new Regulation No. 36, which placed certain restrictions on the delivery of beer, da
amendment was made to Regulation No. 28 requiring licensees to keep a register of all barrels
and shipments of liquor received from the breweries.
The total number of licences issued in respect of the calendar year 1927 was 277.
The sales by the Board to beer licensees amounted to $2,232,057.80, an increase of $40,573.90
over the previous year.
Beer Licences issued in respect of the YeoVR 1927 (from April 1st to December 31st, 1927).
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Creston South Slocan Pinehurst Inn.
Kuskanook Kuskanook Beer Parlour.
Esquimau Port Renfrew Goodwin Estate Hotel.
Fernie Bull River Star Hotel.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Cascade B.C. Hotel.
Cascade Hotel.
Vancouver Vancouver .Georgia Hotel.
Yale Harrison Hot Springs Harrison Hot Springs Hotel.
Lytton Lytton Hotel.
Globe Hotel.
Beer Licences issued in respect of the Year 1928 (from January 1st to
March 31st, 1928).
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
■ Alberni Clayoquot Clayoquot Hotel.
Lantzville Lantzville Hotel.
Nanoose Bay Arlington Hotel.
Parksville Rod & Gun Hotel.
Alberni Arlington Hotel.
Port Alberni Beaufort Hotel.
King Edward Hotel.
Kingsway Hotel.
Somass HoteJ.
Qualicum Beach   Shady Rest Hotel.
North Wellington - Somerset Hotel.
Wellington Hotel.
Atlin - Alice Arm Alice Arm Hotel.
Pioneer Hotel.
Sunset Hotel.
Welcome Hotel.
Hyder Eraser Hotel.
Keith Hotel.
Stewart King Edward Hotel.
Stewart Hotel.
Cariboo 150-Mile House 150-Mile House.
Likely.. Likely Hotel.
Quesnel Cariboo Hotel.
Williams Lake .Crown Hotel.
Log Cabin Hotel.
Columbia Athalmer .Coronation Hotel.
Field Monarch Hotel.
Golden Columbia Hotel.
Russell House Hotel.
 S 10 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Comox Bowser Bowser Hotel.
Campbell River Campbellton Hotel.
Willows Hotel.
Comox Lome Hotel.
Courtenay Courtenay Hotel.
Riverside Hotel.
Cumberland Cumberland Hotel.
Eagle Hotel.
King George Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Vendome Hotel.
Waverley Hotel.
Port Hardy Hardy Bay Hotel.
Hardy Bay Seacrest Hotel.
Oyster River Halfway House.
Union Bay Nelson Hotel.
Willis Hotel.
Cowichan-Newcastle Cassidy Cassidy Hotel.
Chemainus Horseshoe Bay Hotel.
Lewisville Hotel.
Cowichan Bay Buena Vista Hotel.
Cowichan Lake Cowichan Lake Hotel.
Riverside Inn.
Crofton Crofton Hotel.
Extension .Tunnel Hotel.
Ladysmith Abbotsford Hotel.
Bayview Hotel.
Frank Hotel.
The Western Hotel.
Pretoria Hotel.
Travellers' Hotel.
Northfield Halfway Hotel.
Creston Erie Mersey Hotel.
Kitchener Kitchener Hotel.
Kuskanook Kuskanook Beer Parlour.
Procter Outlet Hotel.
Salmo .Northern Hotel.
Salmo Hotel.
Sirdar Tourist Hotel.
South Slocan Pinehurst Inn.
Ymir .Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Ymir Hotel.
Cranbrook Cranbrook .Byng Hotel.
Canadian Hotel.
Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Cranbrook Hotel.
Italia Hotel.
Queen's Hotel.
Kimberley Globe Hotel.
Kimberley Hotel.
North Star Hotel.
Sullivan Hotel.
Moyie Central Hotel.
Wardner .Wardner Hotel.
Wycliffe Hotel Wycliffe Hotel.
Yahk New Hotel.
Yahk Hotel.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28. S 11
Electoral District. Locality. Premises.
Dewdney Port Coquitlam Commercial Hotel.
Port Moody Burrard Hotel.
Tourist Hotel.
Esquimalt Gobble Hill Wilton Place.
Colwood Colwood Hotel.
Esquimalt ' Coach & Horses Hotel.
Esquimalt Hotel.
Halfway House.
Port Renfrew Goodwin Estate Hotel.
Sooke Belvedere Hotel.
Fernie Bull River Star Hotel.
Tourist Hotel.
Elko ■. .Elko Hotel.
Fernie Grand Central Hotel.
King Edward Hotel.
King's Hotel.
Napanee Hotel.
Northern Hotel.
Queen's Hotel.
Roma Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Waldorf Hotel.
Fort Steele Werden Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Hosmer Pacific Hotel.
Michel Michel Hotel.
Natal Kootenay Hotel.
Venezia Hotel.
Waldo Krag Hotel.
Waldo Hotel.
Wasa .'. Wasa Hotel.
Fort George Aleza Lake Aleza Lake Hotel.
McBride Fraser Hotel.
Prince George Columbus Hotel.
Europe Hotel.
McDonald Hotel.
Prince George Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Red Pass Junction Red Pass Hotel.
Grand Forks-Greenwood Cascade Cascade Hotel.
B.C. Hotel.
Beaverdell Beaverdell Hotel.
Rock Creek Rock Creek Hotel.
Midway Spokane Hotel.
Islands Deep Cove The Chalet.
Ganges Harbour House Hotel.
Lillooet Clinton Clinton Hotel.
Howe Sound .Seaside Park Hotel.
Lillooet Excelsior Hotel.
i Victoria Hotel.
Pemberton Pemberton Hotel.
Squamish Newport Hotel.
Squamish Hotel.
Mackenzie Lund JVlalaspina Hotel.
Minstrel Island Minstrel Island Hotel.
Ocean Falls Ocean Falls Hotel.
 S 12
BRITISH* COLUMBIA.
Electoral District.
Locality.
Premises.
Nanaimo	
 Xanaimo	
 .Balmoral Hotel.
Columbus Hotel.
Commercial Hotel.
Crescent Hotel.
Eagle Hotel.
Globe Hotel.
Lotus Hotel.
Nanaimo Hotel.
Newcastle Hotel.
Occidental Hotel.
Patricia Hotel.
Queen's Hotel.
\     Union Hotel.
Windsor Hotel.
Island Highway	
Cranberry Hotel.
Quarterway Hotel.
North Okanagan	
 Lumby	
 Lumby Hotel.
Vernon	
Vernon Hotel.
Kalamalka Hotel.
Coldstream Hotel.
National Hotel.
Omineca	
 Burns Lake	
 Omineca Hotel.
Endako _	
 Endako Hotel.
Francois Lake	
 Francois Lake Hotel.
Fraser Lake	
 Fraser Lake Hotel.
Houston	
 Houston Hotel.
Vanderhoof	
 .Nechako Hotel.
Prince Rupert	
 Haysport	
 Haysport Hotel.«
1
Port Clements	
 Port Clements Hotel.
Prince Rupert :	
Central Hotel.
Knox Hotel.
New Empress Hotel.
Old Empress Hotel.
Prince Rupert Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
Savoy Hotel.
Rossland-Trail	
 Rossland	
Allen Hotel.
Irvin Hotel.
Orwell Hotel.
■
Trail	
Arlington Hotel.
Crown Point Hotel.
Kootenay Hotel.
•
Meakin Hotel.
Montana Hotel.
Trail Hotel.
Union Hotel.
Skeena	
 South Hazelton	
 Station Hotel.
Pacific	
 Nichol Hotel.
Port Essington	
 Caledonia Hotel.
Smithers	
Bulklev Hotel.
Smithers Hotel.
Telkwa	
.....Telkwa Hotel.
Terrace	
 Terrace Hotel.
Tourist Hotel.
Usk	
Shackleton Hotel.
 Electoral District.
Vancouver	
Angelus Hotel.
Astoria Hotel.
Austin Hotel.
Balmoral Hotel.
Belmont Hotel.
Broadway Hotel.
Burrard Hotel.
Canada Hotel.
Carlton Hotel.
Castle Hotel.
Cecil Hotel.
Central Hotel.
City Hotel.
Clarence Hotel.
Cobalt Hotel.
Columbia Hotel.
Commercial Hotel.
Cordova Hotel.
Crown Hotel.
Dominion Hotel.
Dufferin Hotel.
Yale	
Locality.
..Vancouver	
Empire Hotel.
Empress Hotel.
Europe Hotel.
Georgia Hotel.
Grand Hotel.
Grand Union Hotel.
Grandview Hotel.
Haddon Hotel.
Imperial Hotel.
Invermay Hotel.
Ivanhoe Hotel.
Kingston Hotel.
Klondike Hotel.
London Hotel.
Lotus Hotel.
Main Hotel.
Manitoba Hotel.
Martinique Hotel.
Melbourne Hotel.
Metropole Hotel.
Premises.
.American Hotel.
Mount View Hotel.
New Fountain Hotel.
Niagara Hotel.
Patricia Hotel.
Pender Hotel.
Pennsylvania Hotel.
Princeton Hotel.
Rainier Hotel.
Regent Hotel.
Royal Hotel.
St. Helen's Hotel.
St. Regis Hotel.
Stanley Hotel.
Strand Hotel.
Stratford Hotel.
Travellers' Hotel.
Victor Hotel.
West Hotel.
Winters Hotel.
Yale Hotel.
..Harrison Hot Springs. Harrison Hot Springs Hotel.
Lytton Globe Hotel.
Merritt Adelphi Hotel.
Coldwater Hotel.
Grand Hotel.
Boston Boston Bar Hotel.
Hope Commercial Hotel.
Spences Bridge Spences Bridge Hotel.
Yale Canyon Hotel.
No further plebiscites for the sale of beer by the glass were conducted during the period
under review.
PROHIBITIONS.
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported by the police for
infractions of the " Government Liquor Act." The total number of cases, 3,524, is 285 less than
the preceding year.    It is noticeable, however, that 170 more persons received gaol sentences.
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review was as
follows:—
Suspended.      Cancelled.
Beer licences      3
Club licences      2 1
TAXATION PROVISIONS.
WAREHOUSE LICENCES.
Warehouse Licences issued in respect of the Year 1927 (from April 1st, 1927).
Name of Firm. Place of Business.
Nastillers, Ltd Vancouver.
Scottish Canadian Exporters, Ltd - Vancouver.
British Wine Cellars, Ltd Vancouver.
 S 14 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Warehouse Licences issued in respect of the Year 1928 (from January 1st to
March 31st, 1928).
Name of Firm. Place of Business.
Joseph Kennedy, Ltd Vancouver.
Nastillers, Ltd Vancouver.
Scottish Canadian Exporters, Ltd Vancouver.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Vancouver.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Fernie.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Prince Rupert.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Victoria.
Consolidated Exporters Corporation, Ltd Grand Forks.
North American Importers, Ltd Vancouver.
INTERDICTION.
Interdiction orders issued by Magistrates and Chief Constables numbered 128. Orders of
revocation numbering 48 were issued by interdiction officials.
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE.
Destruction of forfeited or seized liquor has been provided for by the following Orders ill
Council:—
Orders in Council. Approved.
No.   741 July 21st, 1927.
No. 1041 Oct. 25th, 1927.
No.   242 March 16th, 1928.
LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD.
STAFF.
Regulation No. 35 (shown in Appendix C) provided for the placing of group insurance on all
members of the Board's permanent staff. The Board arranged for the placing of this insurance
with two Canadian companies, the Canada Life Assurance Company and the Sun Life Assurance
Company, the former covering all employees resident on the Mainland and the latter all employees on Vancouver Island.    This insurance became operative on July 1st, 1927.
ACCOUNTING.
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS.
Appendix A contains the financial statements for the six-monthly periods ended September
30th, 1927, and March 31st, 1928, as required by the Statute. For the convenience of the public,
however, a consolidation of the Trading and Profit and Loss Accounts for the fiscal year 1927-28
has been compiled as follows :—
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 15
•4
b"
p
o
a
O) t- t-
Offl I-
Co   ■* OO
co" CO -*"
IO   •* t-
05 CO
co" i-T
60-
T«   O)
<M   CO
O
00    QJ
Cm PQ
a cj
o fl
02
PQ
00   rH
LO CO
CO IO
t$   CO
of ■#
GO t-
I-f  00
rH" CO
2 "3
,a o
s s
O 02
CO IO
rH M
GO" IO
LO 50
t- IO
co"
Co lO TiH
t- GO CO
rH IO Oi
CO O rH
H JO IO
O" Ol" LO"
CD CD CO
rH rH rH
CO    OJ
HH      Co
&a I
QQ
o  o
Ml   0)
"8 ffl
s s
a ci
* oa
ugh1
s « R
-"SO
O
o   11
a
si
"3
0)
a
s
pq
c
M
IO
rH
CO
IO
CD
IO
co"
© -CH
©    GO
CO
OOj
IO ci
rH
CO   CD
rH
rH   t-
O)
GO" Of
co"
tH   rH
Ol
Ol
GO
co"
GO-
O
©
O
O
o
o
©
©
©
©
©
10
CO
t-
©
©
o
CO-
rH
o
t~
O
©
GO-
OJ
Ol
rH
rH
Ml
a
3
Co
02
fl
05
t-i
<u
B
+3
V
o
<D
r3
u
o
■3 a S .3
■a s a
pq o pq t? kh
te: r*
1-1
cS
H
rH
Ph
M
Cm
rH
IO
GO
IO
CD
CO
CO
lo
<
EH-
8
CO
Ol
CD
o"
CO
CO
I-
co"
1-
CO
©
oi
co
rH
l-
a
go
a <h "2
oj o a
a  S «
o
EH
 S 16
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS.
Section 118 of the Act provides for the distribution of the profits, after making deductions
for the requirements of the " Mothers' Pensions Act " and the Board's Reserve Fund, in the
following ratio :—
50 per cent, to the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the public service of the Province;
15 per cent, to the Consolidated Revenue Fund in aid of hospitals;
35 per cent, to the municipalities;
and in accordance therewith the distribution of the year's profit will be:—
Periods.
Net
Profits.
Reserve.
Mothers'
Pensions.
Municipal-'
ities.
Hospitals.
Consolidated
Revenue
Fund.
April 1, 1927, to
Sept. 30. 1927-.
Oct. 1, 1927, to
March 31, 1928..
$1,804,736.74
1,964,977.04
$90,236.83
45,725.25
$307,861.94
320,738.38
$492,323.29
559,479.69
$210,995.69
239,777.01
$799,256.71
703,318.99
Totals..	
$3,769,713.78
$135,962.08
$628,600.32
$1,051,802.98
$450,772.70
$1,502,575.70
REGULATIONS.
Appendix C includes additions and amendments to the Board's regulations passed during
the fiscal year. These have been published in the British Columbia Gazette in accordance with
the requirements of section 119 of the Act.
  S 18 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank         $3,169.39
In Provincial Treasury     1,315,046.78
 $1,318,216.17
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDORS, ETC  120,934.60
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE     2,666.87
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY   1,282,444.73
REAL ESTATE     31,365.00
BUILDINGS   (LESS  DEPRECIATION)  109,906.72
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)  2,589.81
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES (LESS DEPRECIATION)  4,351.20
DEFERRED CHARGES :
Insurance   $18,815.44
Guarantee bonds  657.13
  19,472.57
$2,891,947.67
D.  R.  MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 19
SEPTEMBER 30th, 1927.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE      $173,173.01
RESERVE FUND        914,037.92
$1,087,210.93
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT (UNDIVIDED PjROFlTS)    1,804,736.74
$2,891,947.67
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
September 30th, 1927, and' that in my opinion the attached Balance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to
exhibit a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information
and the explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
Victoria, B.C., December 2nd, 1927.
A. N. MOUAT,  C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
 S 20 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD
TO  STOCK ON HAND, MARCH 31st, 1927 $1,182,435.78
„   MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED       5,117,500.41
„   OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries  ,    $50,873.54
Rents          9,655/00
Insurance              3,407.50
Telegraph and telephone   492.90
Light, water, and fuel        1,101.74
Depreciation         2,244.70
Sundries            9,843.64
 $77,619.02
VENDORS':
Salaries  $150,552.55
Rents      32,141.74
Insurance    :       10,724.41
Telegraph and telephone         1,785.37
Light, water, and fuel         2,806.59
Depreciation              1,119.51
Sundries (including alterations and repairs)      25,059.87
 224,190.04
       301,809.06
„    HEAD   OFFICE   EXPENSES :
Administrative salaries   $39,863.84
Travelling expenses   4,557.59
Rent  1,990.00
Telegraph and telephone  1,054.00
Light, water, and fuel   100.00
Printing and stationery   9,934.56
Postage and express   3,675.14
Bank charges  225.89
Guarantee bonds   451.97
Employees' group insurance   1,775.10
Depreciation  790.51
Sundries         1,465.64
         65,884.24
$6,667,629.49
„   BALANCE TRANSFERRED TO PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT    1,797,031.76
$8,464,661.25
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-2S.
S 21
APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1927.
BY SALES TO THE PUBLIC , $5,888,050.72
Less discounts to druggists      $295.39
,,    Vendors' breakages   10,057.32
  10,352.71
$5,877,698.01
„   SALES  TO  BEER  LICENSEES    ,    1,279,171.80
 $7,156,869.81
„   OTHER INCOME :
Interest       $14,751.92
Rents  5,366.66
Miscellaneous   5,228.13
 25,346.71
„   STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY    1,282,444.73
$8,464,661.25
 S 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES $25,435.86
„   MAINTENANCE   OF  PRISONERS -       1,394.38    ,
„   COMMISSION UNDER "DEPARTMENTAL INQUIRIES ACT"        1,923.41
 $28,753.65
„   BALANCE, NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPT. 30th, .1927     1,804,736.74
$1,833,490.39
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE   FUND     $95,693.64
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND   763,580.09
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND BE MOTHERS' PENSIONS  291,019.03
'„   CONSOLIDATED  REVENUE  FUND  IN   AID   OF  HOSPITALS  AND   INSTITUTIONS   229,074.03
„   SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES  534,506.07
 $1,913,872.86
„   BALANCE  CARRIED  TO  BALANCE-SHEET      1,804,736.74
$3,718,609.60
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28. S 23
PERIOD APRIL 1st TO SEPTEMBER 30th, 1927.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPT.  30th, 1927 $1,797,031.76
,   WAREHOUSE  LICENCES  $30,000.00
,   CLUB LICENCES   100.00
,   BEER LICENCES       2,050.00
,   LICENCE TRANSFER FEES ■  310.00
,   TAX REALIZED UNDER  SECTION '64,  CHAPTER  146,  R.S.B.C.   1924          3,998.63
 36,458.63
$1,833,490.39
ACCOUNT.
BY BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD  $1,913,872.86
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, 1927 ....:    1,804,736.74
3,718,609.60
 S 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
N     N     S
a
rn
05
3
o
d
0^
a
CJ
rn
o
o
o
rn
ft
aJ
rn
ft
C
ft
O1
ft
M
CO
IN
a
ft
-
PI
rn
rn
m
Tfl
rn
m
n?
f/J
rn
f»
■V)
rr>
ffj
m
w
m
Tfl
rn
CJ
CD
o>
flj
CI)
C!)
a>
CVJ
Cl>
o
CI)
<i>
III
w
m
tf)
f/J
«i
rn
tf
Bl
d
cd
cd
r
eB
crt
ot
7-
erf
art
Si
crt
Cl
rt
a
Oj
a]
«s
-
oj
m
ol
cj
o
cj
cj
cj
cj
u
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
o
o
CJ
o
CJ
CJ
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ   o
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
a
CJ
CJ
o
CJ
CJ
O 10 K3  O O O O IO O O O O O <* I- CO O O O O IO 1Q o o o IO >o IO O IO t- IO o o o o c o ©
O  Ol  Ol  ©   O  O   rH  CO  rH  O  IO   O  IO  -#  IO rH  O O  O O  CI I-  ©  IO IO   t-  Ct  CO -* O] O  rH  CI O IO IO © IO  O
■^                   (M   H   N                           (M   rH   Ol   rH   CO   CO OI_ Ol CD   CI rH   CO CD   H 00   H   M H H O OO   CO rH Ol CI
r* H cf rH          t4 tH CO" H
o
eo
«
Eh
ioo
a
33*
ft +^ ~*
Oo   _ -< ^o
rt .a oj <u
O    «! OD ri
S   ? S a
O x O O
I a a
S 3
I-:
H      rt      QJ
rt .-J  uh
oi ,? • 3
a1^ oj
a oj
a I
a a
B B
a a
a a
U V
to 13
oj   a
« M
a a o
a a Jg
fcjj bjj o
b ~ c3
B B <J
ft ft a
a a '-o
o o
•3iSP
a oa oa
S=PS(S
s « « -3 -a
oa oa
rt ~rt   rt ioo- pS
cj   cj   o
to. T3
«    O   '
cj  oj
O
a a a  ft ft
S3  CO  «  «
^j    03
» a i
o o ° ° °
b b a
no
oa
o
o a
u   -
> O !h ±
C  oj
3 q
J"   oj
a ^
oa .a
ESP
O ■
JDOfiQ
SSjHOuKaHDC
aj a >d
So 3 3
O J o o
=8 a
0^   d .
>jo -^ '"J
r-      O      VJ
-as
B B B
o oj a
<! <i +.
Tfl
CJ    0J
S3    C5  *0B
HH»
.   .   a
oj 03 a
a b 3
<1   <
^  g
<5
w
o
M
P
g
-
c
da
O
VOCJCJCJCUCJ     _
cj    cj    CJ
h   h   ^   h
OJ     <D     CJ
<V     CJ    CJ     CJ     CJ     <]J     CJ
^     :-,     -     ^-     ^     i«     -
+J   +J   +J   +J   +J    d    S
CJ    CJ    CJ    CJ    O    O    O
G)     CJ     CJ    CJ
Q.     1)       CJ       CJ
•^
t_,
t-i
(,
(1)
CP
fl)
a
a
PI
a
H
d
Fi
m
f«
to
CD
a>
a
m   m   m   rn   m
CJ     O)
rn   rn   m   rn
a 'i a a a a a a a a a'
m   m   m
rn   rn   rn   rn   rn
\£\   r^   rrj    QJ
<D    <D    CD    CD
CDCJO)C!jCJOCDOCDCJClJCJCU^
o
QJ      QJ
.!L      M.      <-!      w.      rt      H     H      IH
o 3
U a
O
iw a
_ ±j B ■a
o  o    . SJ
+i~ +o" b a
s^ -<i ■
5 S o   -
=8 =8 =8  3
g   a   OjBf
a   3   3   3
3 S B B B B
CJ     CJ
B 15
QJ    QJ
QJ    OJ
SZ5 Z !
m  cj
S5 S5
S -a
QJ      QJ
CJ    CJ    CJ    QJ    QJ    OJ    C4
% Z g Z; z £ t>
0j yj
ii =; a a
" oa o o
'S 'S "S "3
a m P a
to. ^ O O
S =5 B B
S S r :
. .a -d
j    W    03 00 W
i E E E S
[=3 «8 =8 =8
1   \cd   >CU ^CD *CJ
' .9 .S .2 .5
-^ ^ -< <j
Z
ooooooooooooooooo
cuo<Dci>cja>oajcocDcjooocDCJri
^ ^ B B
& ft   r   -
5 5 3 5
=8 =3 =g «
■a «
o o o o
o o o o
ft & ft p.
aj cj cj qj
> > > >
•O "3 "O "O
B B B B
;o   at
,   oj   cj
>    >    i>  «   ^   ^  "O
1-3    CJ     rt
w -
to fl
^ -a >
a a f       ^       ^       i-l       M
CJ Q)         H   Cd  £rj    c3
o3 oS «
OJ
fi fi
l-S   »-3   fS   1-3
=3 =8 =8 =8
rt  rt B B B B
,y  a a o 03"
rt   rt
oa oa ,
CJ    CJ
oQQQaaQQaQQaafifiQapo.gg
o B « a: ,
0000000
BBBBBBBBBBB
flBBHBnHBaffl's'anHBBRB
* * I s
B B B B ;
CO CO IO 60 00
a .a
- H   cj
<I S3
I      I
3 -
^3 00
I     I
:    :    :    :   I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    !     :   I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I    I
...   00   00   t-   Ol   (JN   CI   00   00   X   X   CO   CO   CO   t-   ,H   rH   O   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO   CO
CI   CI   W HH   H ^H HHHHCIdClCICINCIMWClN
Ol   01   CI   CI   CI   CI
,11111
rHi-HOOOOGOCOOOOO
CO  CO  CI  CI   CI  CI  CI  CI
..  H UH
- ft ft
; 3. rt    - rt   S,
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 25
m   m   m
CJ    U    O    CJ    CJ
tf)
a
rs>
ft
ft
«
rn
Tf]
m
rn
m
w
CJ
c^
o
OJ
CJ
QJ
erf
erf
erf
erf
a
cj
O
O
o
o
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
—
AJ
■C
BO
Si
„Q
„     tf)     05     Ul
+j   +j    OJ    CJ    CJ
.rnmmrnrnmrnmmm
mCJcjojcjajcjcjcjcjcj
—'wwwwwwwwwrn
crfcrfcjcrfcjcrfcrfcjcrfcrfcj
CJ3CJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJ
G?
a
C
m
ft
tf
tf
tf
ft
rn
tf)
w
«<■
r/>
HI
<■/)
tri
erf
oj
erf
ert
cj
V
erf
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
o
CJ
OOOOOOOOOOOOOlOOtDCICDCOIOIOCOOt-OOOOOCOWIOOOCOCOOOOOO
niOOOIOOOWOOWlOWClOOHM^fflWOOONOOOiOIQOIOCO^OOOOlfflOOIOOOiO
■-*  Ol   LO  L-  CO 0-1 lO  rH rH  CO  rH CI  *#  CO  CI  rH  IO  IO  Ol   00  IO  -^ rH CI   CO  CO  CO CI  >tf   CO  CI  ©  -*
■s a a a
o
u>
W
a
erf
<ij
B
OJ
a
+"J
fl
a
>
S3 »
QJ pP-
£• oa
B £
M o
-H CJ
rt Ul
00
a fi §. s«
B B I
CJ 03
.S B
£ «=   3   cj
fi - 2. o
S §? £? S
W M B B
■a 13
o  o
O   O i
s is t
CO    QJ    QJ
H aa,
a a
«Pf3
|=8=a;
a - p=
B  «
HH     q>
"3   Fo
CJ    00
i   ^
05
a
03 Ph ■
B »a |
h<
H O a
S«B
-H t»
—   t>> o
rt  TO  -a!
ojj a ^
■ a O
ca a a B
rt rt rt w
=1 B B 5 -2
3 h °
.a    tL. %0 HO QJ
o j j   s
oj  "  W  -
13 T3 oh
a
O O "
k.  s. 'O
r^ .   cj
'flfla
=8 =8 3"
aa *
CD   be 173
S 5 5
03    03    03
'oa oa oa
a a
3 3
ES >> >>
&   u u
> fi o
s
CJ   (J
Q     C3   !
kSQOKmOP-OOGOOKHsi^MB
coijQjoaoaoaa
o-   +o    ~    ft^OO+oO
S3 a a  M- -
O   o   o   cj   k   ft cj •
r/n  M   L^
h     >»  -r*»
Cj     OJ
BO    BO
O   O   O   erf •
OwSEKKfifflfiSO
OOOCJOCJUO
+J +J +J  +J .
CJOOUCJOOCJcjCjCJCJOCJOUCJOOOCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJ
'-   u   u
qj    cb    d)    aj    dj    OJ    ^    OJ    a)    ai    ai    cj    qj    ai    oj    ai    cu    a,    rn    B.    X    tit    en    cd    cu    a;    cu    ri    r-f    en    m    rii    rr.    m    cu    m    ci)    fi>    id    QJ    m    m
EjjBiiBiLjiUiJ^^tjJ^^LjSiBi^tj^Ejtjtj^
-     B.     ~     -B,     -
B.o--H-_i_^^t_(L.^B.
^      H      3,      h      3H      -.    ■
h    h   ^   ^    ^    h
'-    B;    B.   ZZ
QPPPPPPPPOPPQPQPPPPQPQKHPQPQPQtftfPQPQPQPQPPOPP
fl fl a d a
©    O O Cu Oj
■a -o -a a; a;
a  a q T3 ^
J   r-3
J ^ ^
'        -M -J        -J
: b 2 2
.    . B B
■ 6    .   . ■
B6d
■ _» CJ O l
"O t3 'O t3 'O "3
h       h       ^       |H       ^       IH
o  o  o  c  o  o
«3
o  o  o  o  o  o
JO   BO   BO   BO   BO
f>   r>   !>
o   O   cj   cj   ci
Tt      7~.      Tt      ~     CZ      T.
!«B?.?.F.
>. pc
rt   S
.00    CJ    CJ    CJ
.» a a a a a a
. =8 08
O    O    O    Cj    Cj
b b « a a
=8
H
Oj"   CD    CD    QJ       "
o" co O
a  Ph
T"1    oj
Ph   cd
tn^^a
* ,2UUUi
cfi tofi
».   ^ o o
;    O    O  w w
' mm   - -
CJ5 ^
,     cj     OJ
Ph Pm
ft ft
a a
a a fe er
.     CJ     CJ
+_j   +j    CJ    CD    OJ
05     tf}     tf)    .£   £
eu   o   cj   C1   oj   oj
„u^«3rj rjg   o   o   o
23
■grSSSSS^ a
B B B ffl
Q Q
B B
B =8
05
s
Excis
Excis
Excis
Excis
Excis
■§
«a 08 ^ °a «g
S3 S3 S3   K-
=8
■ pf a «8 «8 =8
o o a s s . . .
.t-si-seaaaaa
.    .39   3J3S3
Fj^OOoOOO
,BB«»
,   3   3
!   o   o
B B i
cj J i_3 lj
jh a a a
o o" a a rt cj o
a a a a p
03    03  ■
■ U     FO     M
CJ    CJ    QJ
Qj    qj    CJ    CJ    03
1 B p
CJ CJ
cm ca
OJ   o   o   c
"BB
eg      -      -
U'<   <
o
a <% =3
cj
OOOoOOOOO^B
pq pq pq cq cj u c
CM  Ol  Ol  CI   CO  CO
si A si
w    W    tf)     tf}   4-*   -(-»
rf^-iflf-JC-JtfJtf}
o   o   o   o   o   o   ~
05     tf}     05     £
i   —    qj    OJ    OJ    QJ
ououoooououoo
CD    0    OJ    QJ    OJ    OJ
q q a o o r
JBaafl
Q Q Q Q 0 fi H
03     toj     C3     CJ     C3
a ;2
03   03  .a1
H fa B
ol c cj oS a.
fa fa fa 3 3
I    I   I    I    .
00   00   CO   CO   ^H
CI  Ol C|
X, >> >>
■    '    '  ft 5   3
<s a i=
CO  OO  GO  CO
-^     ^   E3
I      I    J
CO  CO  CO  CO  00  rH  rH  IO  IO  IO  IO
HrtrlrliHCOCOHHHrl
b-r^     -crf-r2---
"«5 i-s      ^      j-^
L   I
I    I .1   I    I   1
.III.
rjH  CI  T>H  Tf*  -^  ©  ©  ©  lO  IO  IO  IO  IO  IO  viH  -^  -^   t^  CI  CI  CO  CO  00  CO  CO  <ZD  ©  IO  IO  IO  i
CI  CI  CI  Ol   Ol  CI  Ol  CI  CI CI  cq  CI  CI  Cj  CI   t-<  T-i CI  CI  CI  I
© ©
=5  "ft =ft
^        <        <!
;   ft jg   ft
i   <j   r^H   <3
 S 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
a
tf
Tf)
Tf]
CD
0»
ert
erf
CJ
bo
CJ
CJ
©
■—
o
JO
©
©
©
r-
H
CO
1-1
H
rnrnrnrnTnTnTnmm
oojojcjcj+J+JcjaJa;
tf)    05     ft   tf)     tf)   +-!   +-"     tf)     tf)   —
erf   erf
cj   cj   ft zj   b Si Si
rn q
ft tf
tf}   tf}
CJ    CJ
rtrtrtrtcrfrtrterf
rn   m m
CJ    CJ QJ
m   rn rn
' cj
w       LO       LO       ra       LO       LO       LO       "-       LO       L\i       LO       LO       LO       LO
CJCJC4)CJOCJCJCJjCJCJCjejCJCJ
05 05 te tf) W tO 05
CJ CJ QJ CJ OJ CD OJ
05 tf) 05 tf) CO 05 tf)
cj erf erf erf erf erf erf
cj cj cj cj ej cj cj
tf} to tf)     . to »}
OJ OJ Oj tf) CJ CJ
rn rn rn •—< in rn
cj erf erf erf rt rt
CJ CJ o to CJ CJ
jOOoioiooocioooocioooooowciaiooLOoooioraoioio
)   rH   IO   © IO   ©   ©   IO   IO   IO   1^   ©   ©   IO   IO   IO   ©   ©   CO   ©   TlH   rH   O   CI   LO   IO   IO   tr-   CI   CO   CI   Ol
) CI CO   CO   CO   CI   ©   OO   ©   I-   ©   CO   rH   rH   CI   CI   CI CO Gi   T-i Co
CI   rH   i-H rH   of H   ri
O
W
H
O
00
k. cj        u
pp 03 a cj ^
o B  a o
-00     O
frfei
fi     IO
6» a a
rt   fi .2
S  r? 3 ,
.a  n oa
S3   2 S3
oa      :
rt =0 a
M o
o t.a
oS o
S3   3 a
fr*  +o
Sea
3   o -a   o   so
j j   CJ   cj rn
)        o ^   u H
j 5 » £■ 3 s:
'ooS1010
S3 —   g,  qj o
-' .a cj cj
^ a 03
i|3|
»Q  ig
M O
S3   g
^ cj a
cj a
' 43 6 ra
i ■* CJ g
Mf  h
^   rt S3
) 2; fa B M B
> fi < H
.a a a ;
B B ©!
a S3 a
CJ B cj ■§
KOHH
-rt  "g    W3
B  2  f-
•rt
J3
O
erf
erf
jd
*4
Pi
rt
CD
ft
'
>j 02
U
XI
a
fl
erf
PI
erf
b
erf
~
Pi
£ ,£
"o
f.
%
tf
a
t>
N
V
a
cj. p_,
rjj
a a co
B CJ CJ
p,       uu
fi
z
CB
(B
c
C
a-
c
C
a
a
0=
c
ry
C
c
+J +J +J +J
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
u
CJ
OJ
CJ
CJ
W
CJ     CJ
CJ     QJ
ej
CD
W
CJ
CD
CJ
QJ
CJ     CJ
CJ     QJ
m    U
ej
CD
M
CJ
cu
u
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
u
CJ
te
CD
te
OJ
CJ
CJ
OJ
M
CJ
CD
B.
CJ
CJ
CD
CJ
CD
CJ
at
H
ej
CD
CJ
CD
CJ
CJ
Bh
o
CD
-
CJ
CJ
w
CJ    CJ
a>   cj
w    Fh
CJ
CJ     CJ
Oj     OJ
rt     rt
CJ
CJ
eu
CD
Bi
CJ
p p p p p p
P
PPPPPPPPP
o
OQPOGciQ
P
pppppppppppppp
w
o
H
30
Fh
M
O
B
oooooooo
oooooooo
: ft ft
© O O
. ft ft
o o o
O rt
O O -6 °
O    CD   CD ,
"5  &   *
d o cj
coo
J tf tf '
OOOOOOOO
•3 rt
cj jd  2
.s I a
* a o
S -a °
W rt
rt oa oa
fi  a  a  —
oo .S  " oa
o a fl o
CJ K fa B
K"     03     03     03
rt
nan
h '.a o"
oa=3o8=8=8 3 6 orH<^<'
~r.   °    r=8 =
P*    r
'UOCJOCJCJCJCJ
=8 =8 =8
03    03    03    03
rt   rt   rt   rt   rt
>. i>. >. '
nnn
b n a?
N    tS3    N    N    N    N
OJ    CD    CJ    CJ    CD    QJ
rf    Cj   +J*   cu
>s  n a  fe
rrtrrtoflflflfllBlflBlelrtO
SOOOOOOOOOOOB1B0
OJOOJ'MrfNNNNNtS]
fl   rrl   irl     rt    fi     fH     rl    rl     ri     rt
a*-
a s
M "g   fi
rt   rt   qj
=8 =8   _y
ass
en j-1 bh
3 H B
o   r j
■o  o H
gu fi1
O   ci^
^& a
M ^
OJ OJ CJ QJ o o
t> |> l> i> -" oo
rt rt rt rt ■-, ■-,
O O O O o O
CJ CJ C3 C3 ft ft
a a a o O O
cu   cj erf rt rt
Jl-lrJJ
ft    ft  eg   ag
OJ    CD
05    tf)
i   O   O   o   o
I   t-S   1-5   r-3   l-s
r5    ^
£ ^ ^ t^VO
rg    rrt.   rj-J   rQ       „      „
OJ     CJ     CD     C     CD     CJ
—* -rt 10 nd
a a -y -y
2   S   M   W
r>i ^  p n el
« tf PQ
CD    _3   t-.T  tJ
PI   _°.    O    CJ
TJ   U    CJoQ   bC
. >>  . q o
02 q tf tf
-  r° =a «a
+J    °<3    13    rrt.
^   -■ 5- S
■   rt   rt
<5    N    N
snn
t-i   rt    CD   CD   CD
a a ° pi ca
rt   a   cj   qj   cd   o   o   erf   rt -b1 .Bh
,yM'rt^rt^rtHrtHrtlPrrti-^P
Pj   erf   rt
M   <i  i^5
CI  b-  t-  CO  f-  b-  l>  KO  :
rH   rH   rH   rH   CI   CI   CI   Ol   i
r-5   02   <
1    J    -i
I       I       I    .1
ft   p
^   1-5
:ftftftejri    -^ftftftj-jftrtj-
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 27
o)   tf)   05   te
© ft © ft
mrnmrnTnmmrnmmwmrnrnmmm
OJCDOJCDCDOJOJCJCDCDCDCJCDCJCJCDCJ
mmmriiuimrnminrnrnrnrnmrnrnrn
crfrtrtLrfcrfrtcjrtcjrtrtejrtrtrterferf
OCJCJCJCJOCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJ
en tf) . te tf) tf)
OJ QJ 05 CD QJ CJ
tf) tf) f—i tf) tf) 05
rt rt erf cj cj rt
O CJ be CJ CJ CJ
CJ     CD     en     tf)     CD     CD     CD
CJ     CJ     ft    CJ
re
p
ft
a.
ft
ft
re
w
7)
r/j
m
erf
rt
cj
erf
erf
erf
oj
erf
erf
c3
erf
rt
CJftCJOCJCJ     CJCJCJUCJOCJCJCJCJ
HIN
10©10©©©©©©»0©>0   ©©©©©©©©©© !0©©©©OCO©©©©0©©©©01  00  01©0©0
rH   ©   b-   IO   ©   ©   ©   ©   ©   b-   IO   CI   IO   O   IO   IO   IO   ©   IO   rH   IO   IO CI   ©   ©   CO   IO   b-  CI   LO   IO   CO   ©   ©   ©   IO   ©   ©   ©          IO   IO   IO   IO   ©
rH           IO   Ol   Cl   Ol   Cl   rH   rH   rH          ©   ©   CI   IO   -*   CO   ^   00   CO   ^ rH   Ol                   0&  Cl  "-cH  W           H  ^   ©   IO   H   O   H           C0_          CO^ CI   ©
Cf Cl" •*                                                                                           ©           rH           rt7
CJ    CJ   Cj    rt
PI    PI    ft    ~
■ tf tf
g " S §, a
pq s a a 6 <
Ul   erf   cj
,y jp bO   cj
g • It o o *5
ft^ I
a ft? J
£ -d
o£
xn m s<
rt   9
a •*
Q fi -
5 3 a -
■»2oh]
100.   M ^
&b sa
rtfirtrtOOoOc;
I S3  E
OJ
2 SO
CJ -(_)
CD q, m
en   a rt O
a Tfl & p
""^     05   C*1   rrt,
o tjj r;
G <J   P
ft O   w
d is" "3
ft CO
0 „
a 3 o
1 « M
g   IO   .„    cj    CD
SM g a a
oa   - a cj cj
CJ 8 a p p .
CO ~-
) i-H   "
° a a
S3 a a _.
, rt cs s
] ,3 oa  ^ t>. al
i CJ CJ g E £
OJ    o    O    03    OJ
a   ft co oa .a
M <1 B B B
m >a irj <s ~- .a to » a; o-j ftcj a a ^0J
rtooMJoloooBfinaBaojococirtrt
gJjnHHHCJCJBO«1S3Bs3QC5CJP*OQH
a
Cj    QJ
tf K  a R
^ a a it?
■3   ©   o   as -
Is
CD  -
—     05
^    QJ
^fiR
CD   f£
g 32 M
te   wj   el   a
O   cj   cj   rt   cj   cj   P
O^PtfPPHtftfOOtfi
co t*,
00 rt
iO   rt 'oo   rt B
rt « S S co t3 o
iSSoJoogl,
M     X     CJ    O     C3     00 O
fa  fa Q  S3 B S3 O
CJ CJ
=8 =8
c
c
P
«
tf
C
4
e
c
c
p
"0
I
c
a.
o
fi
3
Q
°8
-3
rt
&
tf}
o
-w
ft
ft
,,
■1.1
p
■l>
■n
n
,,
-1)
P.
-1 >
^
-*j>
■<->
4B>
S
+,
4J
-rt
■rt
p)
+1
,,
CJ
CJ
CJ
OJ
CD
c:
CJ    CJ
CJ
CJ
rj
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
C)
CJ
CJ
rj
CJ
aj
CJ
QJ     CD
CD
OJ
<ij
CD
CD
CD
CJ
CD
OJ
OJ
B.
no
t.
B
M
M
to.
rt
h
rt
B-
M
PPPOOQPQPQQPPPPPPPQPPHQQPPPQPPPHPQQPQQQQPHPPEH
fa fa
J 2 pi
i rt rt
J CJ CD
! -US >3
tf tf
ZJ
u   u ^
o  qj o  a  p
&c  &fl &C  ex.1 'r1
O    O O    O   2
tf  tf ^  O  g
oj fO f©l   &
' fa fa
B
i m m „- „- -
rt. rt. a
3     03     CO     CJ 03   .S
! 'E u u u u
!   ci   rt   rt rt   rt
03   :>
o g  »   o
cj oo a a
°5tf  tf ,
^ ffi ^  °?
eg oS   ^   U   '
. rt3   og   ^   ,
rt^        -      ^
°CJ    O   tf   tf    !
si K
a a
a '3
S n 's -
•S a B B H fa o
■a to          H H m
rj fi    r   ?   -    - 03
M o -a al irj ^5  a
- B '
co bo
.3 .3 »
a rt- s
rB
b b ;
2    O    O    O    O
O    r   r m M
ft ft
CJ     QJ
t> >
-rt -rt
J rtl
el  a  el  p
0000
rrj fro rrj fO
P   P P   fl
O   O C   O
iJh3 Jh3
PI P
©
0 J
0
fa    r
© -rt
B B .
Q3     Q3
B    fi
en d 6 6 a"
vj     03     CJ
=8   -rt     CO
fi     ■'
Co CJ
=8 =8
03
ooSB
pn1
rt, fi fi
B   9   °
rt    O   irt
.rtrtrtrtrtCjortrtacjcj
x a a a
a 2 a a
a s
a a
a
a
rt
0   0
O CJ
■&
fe
n
pq
=8
=8
te
03
»8
CO
O
B B
erf
rt
fa
fa
erf
=8
i-s
>-5
erf
erf
rt-
a
a
a 2 .:
O fi      IO      (.
&0 .rt    ^    ^
rt cj o o
rt -
En "
03    03     03     03
«   CJ p>
- =8 08
a a
=8 =8
o o o o I
a a a a
a a a fi °s o
q o o o       S3
x   0, J 5
6"=8
CJ     -
rj'S-'I f:
=8 =8 a a
t t §
co to pi
TO TO
B B
a a
rt "'   a   41
a =8 « B
ft B „,- „-
a o cj
S S3    „
&S.S
B
2 0 o -jj O pi 2 C5
hfi fi fi 0
.2 o o o o o a .-   -Baa
K fa a
.a .a o
a a a
g-B B
abb
a  rt "a '
OOOOO
_   i% "O "O O fl
rt,   oj   cj   erf   erf   rt
O pq P P P P C C
rt
w 45 S -2 if
a
B,    QJ    CJ   TT,
rp    CD   no   ^0    g
S bo   a   qj   fe
CD
13
O
OJ   0   0   0   0
tf tf C4 M tf
ao
^  wi 21
: 00 00 00 go 01
l rH rH rH Cl
© © © IO LO tH b- IO O IO
Cl Cl Cl CI (M rH   Cl "
: ^ go
!  OO  X  CO  CO
erf   3     r T2
I     I
- 70   rt   E     !-*H
i   I    1    I I    I     i   I    1 I I     ill     :    :   I     :    : I    I    I    I     i    i   I    I    i     ill     i   I     :   |     :   i
IO   IO   IO   to -cH   Tfl   QQ   o   b- b- IO   00   ©   b-   Tti   CO   rH   rH   Cl ©   ©   ©   ©   b-   r-i   ©   00   tH   Cl   >0   IO   -^   Cl   Ol   ©   IQ   00
ClCIClCl Cl   Cl   rH rH Cl   rH           r~i           rHrHCI rHrHrHrHrHClrHCl           rHClClrHrHCI           irtCI
tf !i.hi.^r^^ tf-^^^^^r^cD ,v ^^cj^^^o^tfh^tfojrocjro
: m
:   I
1 10 CO
;^,2ftft^   'ftpfi^p^^o   ? <S
OJ    CD
. 0  d
- p  p
5 ^'^
rt    ,£? *E     p     ■■
a w ft p  ftp  ft
-=Cj   <j   ^1   J-3  "<   t-s   •<
i    ft
)   <
 S 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
P
tfjtf)tf)tf)a!tf)tf)tf)tf)tf)     .tf)      ,   a   m   u
wtfitf.Mrx&KMStfjiStt^
Cj
cjcj   d   rt   rt   rt   rtrtcj   rt   ej   ej    oi   &   cj   dOOO^OB^B^^O-Opp^iOO-CP
d
cj   ej   cj   ej   cjcj   cj   o   cj   o   bl) ©   cjj o   o   UH^rO^OrtO^^-OflOxs^jQflpa
^i                                  rfn hw nc*                           ww
cort                  kHi
O10  10O10OOOOOOOOOOOC^THrtjHL0C:H10^rt'C0OC<IL-Ot-C>(OC>
io i> ci o t- o io o c o fi o r. i: o o i- m co h ■* i- o i- :i ® q ao ci ra co h ■* i-
H   H   fJl           CO   t-   Cl   CO   I-  Cl   Cl   O   ri  O   H   CO   Q   IO   IO   O           rt^   rH           Cl   ©
CD  ©  CO  Cl         00
tH                           iH                   OOCOrH                   ^   CO   M   H  CO                   tH           tH   CO
Cl  IO                       Cl
CO  fc-
3
tf)
t>> >.
005   1A
-d
03    03
&
>v
3 3
Bi
m
&£
-O
CJ
Si
si si
U*>
©
■8
fe
i>5     CJ       CJ
ja
CO
tfj
dc t^
S3
s
-d
JO
CJ
tf)   o   o
rj   fj   CJ
•rt  DC CO
ES  p
^o   AA
rt .«
pi
&BB
- a si
s
cj
rn
CJ
4=1    °    ^
o
1
£
3           OJ
«   rt p3
Us i
f;     D     CJ
"  IO  CO   _
Oi  FJ   3  o
l~
5 o ooj ?;
3    BS    BS    +j              B   7)     "
^rt-Srt^^SO
■ro^       ■   rrt  ^       'rrt^             "^
-„'2'i'_'S'2
CM
o CJ   co ft
rt             ^^fB^CJrrt.OJfa^iOT:
CO
Eh
O
CO
O            OL
° i?0 to
_ 3 .rt fi rt
^CJ<SOH-=c5Wr5H          rOj©Ort^BOort^j©o-^r'.   c
jjd oTJ i^ jy S LTj
d   o +r   g   o   o
oo_gooo
aj   cj   oj   ©   ©   o
u«.S5>«5nS«,-«,: iyk,1'-flw'ofl>'^jo^     -
tiCJrt-Orta^^:arta^,-rtrt;_Q3O3o3CJOJcjCJCJQjCJ0Ja
cj.rtJa'rtc'rtnrjO^ar-'.a-.acOcJCJ—cocjOaojcjJccjca:
aj   oj rt<   ©   cj   aj
03
H
n
fc[,SS^u>intj?fi?&ZSZHPl<<BH<IBa<
« PC
<f
pq eq <! pq pq R
*e
C33
s
rt
B
&
a
^   0
-   Oo
£
D  0
'C
CO
O   O   o
o   O
ana
a a
o
o
a a a
a a
1
S3
p
flflfl
•8 =8 =8
O Q
=8 =8
<
rH
QJ
TO  TO  TO
TO TO
rt-
Q
M
•j^
rt   rt   rt
& is a
I i
■5
m   rn   m
tf)   tf)
o o o
O O
y.
_    _
„
03    0J    CJ
Bo
MM«'''MIH cjcjcj	
O
1
rt       rt       rt     ,JJ_J     _IJ     _J_J       rt       rt     ^J     ±J     ,JJ_J     _!_}     ^J     ""-*     'rt     *-*     ^_;     ,-_)     _j_j     _jj     j^j     _jj_j     ^_j     ^_j     ^jj     ^_j     ,j_j     j_j
._„____
O   OOoooOOoouooOUU©oooo©©o©cjcjcj
CJ    CJ   CJ    CJ    o    o
rt^rti-jQjc^rtrtiiJCDoajQj                      ciiuiijjdjajiuoajcjdjiiu
oj   oj   a>   oj   aj   a>
Pi
rt    B-    rt    ^    rt    rt
<
>
OH
1-1
bbbqSSbbq5S35bbbSSqS5SSS5SSS
QQQQQC
a
a
<4
o
CJ     QJ     CJ
f>    £   f>  *S  X   X
d   d   rt   o   o   o
CJ    ©    ©
.
@
S3
w
S
M
fa
1-1
o
tf}
rn
QJ
rt
-a
ej
QJ
a
Pi
Pi
>
rt
S. fi
a;   o
^ TO
d
o
—
o
CJD
tf)
©   ©. o   c   o   o
U    U    U    B    B    B
a a a a joo a
os   ci   oj   c   d   PI  jj
t> [> p>   rt   d   e$   c
0o
c
0)
o
d d p
qj   oj   cj
&H    fe    fe
d  d  d
©    O    ©      '
CJ     CD     QJ
d
O
P
Po
«
O
P
c?
M
o o o
TO  TO TO   fe
a a a o
o  o  o too
B B B  03
6  d  6 C5 ■;
CJ CJ CJ    _>?
te a a
r o o
-B B
TO     .    .
b 3 2
. B B
03
o
r p|
no   O
-rt   TO
o
r/" rt
c
e
o
CJ
05
in
a
,;
BB
d
o
0
o
El
___rjrjrjtf)tf)tf)     "    "
>>>»>*              rs -s -3 o o ©
|J>|=BBB«««   fi   1° fi
,    „    .        '    '    '  o   d   o   ^   ^   &
—    >.  1.    n    o    o    ©    rt    C    ill    dj    <vB
son & Columbia Breweries, N.
son & Columbia Breweries, N>
son & Columbia Breweries, N>
ola Valley Brewery, Merritt
ola Valley Brewery, Merritt
aceton Brewing Co., Princeto
......  03 —  a  03  03    !t<       rt  rt
«g -a «g *g «j   * .«tT«B & x * & 5
n   o   n     -    .2               OO.JjriBd
CJ3  in
pi d
9  o
r?5    I-H
HH   rrt
i, Hong
Brewers
Brewers
Brewers
ewing G
ewing Ci
ewing Ci
■ewing C
■ewing C
■owing C
teele Bn
teele Br<
teele Bn
a
cj
IZJ
a a a
& >> >>
S    QJ    CJ
Pi   3   0
cr c a1
Pj     0J
M
.- o
llcer, Hirai
Iker, John,
Iker, John,
rre & Co.,
ite Horse
ite, Henry
yte & Mac
yte & Mac
ig Lee Wa
ig Lee Wa
ig Lee Wa
algamated
algamated
algamated
nbrook Br
nbrook Br
nbrook Br
erprise Bi
erprise Bi
erprise Bi
nie-Fort S
nie-Fort S
nie-Fort S
•
■8 §
rtcjrt a .h .   k i   .   ^ r r^ r^ ;H r h   a a a b, h. m pi so © © ©
"qj *qj '© .pj .pJ X3
^Z^^i^fH
CO  CO  CO   CO
©  OO
OO   CO
r- ci ci
O©©©©©00©0©©
© © © o © o
•
CJ*
CJ
'o
i>
pi
riri   riH
Cl  Cl
Cl  rH  H
CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO
CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO
>t ci      tsi
rt   o    . 0
riil
it
•71
CD
PI   .
o   -
7 CO    ,
cc
1       ITI       IT!       iriri
1     1      1     1      1      1
<H
CO  CO  CO  CO  T-i  00  h-  t-  CO  IO  IO  ci  CO  J,   r-i  rH  O  ©  O  O
Ol  Cl          CO  tH  Cl  Ol   CJ  CI  Cl   r-i         ^  W          CO CO  CO  CO
©©©ooooo
© © © ©
o
o
o
CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO  CO
CO  CO  CO  CO
CO
CO
OJ
"cj
p
P
r"5
B.
o
<
<
a
o
>
>
<3
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 29
APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock, April 1st to September 30th, 1927,
under Section 35, Subsection  (3), "Government Liquor Act."
Date.
Brand.
Quantity.
B. & N. Gin, Violet      	
3 bottles
..     IS  ...
L.C.B. Brandy ...   .                                      	
2 bottles (16-oz.)
,     15	
,     20	
,     '0	
,     20	
,      20	
.      20	
.      20	
,      20	
Whisky	
2 bottles (E.Q.)
28 bottles (It.Q.)
Scotch   Whisky....	
63 bottles
170 bottles
30 bottles
5 bottles (16-oz^
2 bottles (16-oz.)
1 bottle (16-oz.)
 S 30 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
BALANCE-SHEET AS AT
ASSETS.
CASH:
In bank          $6,522.45
In Provincial Treasury   1,552,971.08
 $1,559,493.53
ADVANCES TO WAREHOUSE MANAGERS, AUDITORS, AND VENDOR'S, ETC  120,855.00
ACCOUNTS  RECEIVABLE    3,644.49
STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY   1,374,877.20
REAIo  ESTATE  31,365.00
BUILDINGS  (LESS DEPRECIATION)    105,179.06
EQUIPMENT  (LESS DEPRECIATION)     4,781.16
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES   (LESS DEPRECIATION)    3,133.83
DEFERRED CHARGES:
Insurance    $7,302.79
Guarantee bonds        216.49
 '     7,519.28
$3,210,848.55
D.  R. MACFARLANE,
Chief Accountant.
H. DAVIDSON,
Chairman.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 31
MAECH aisr, 1928.
LIABILITIES.
ACCOUNTS  PAYABLE        $241,596.76
RESERVE FUND    1,004,274.75
$1,245,871.51
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT   (UNDIVIDED PROFITS)       1,964,977.04
$3,210,848.55
I certify that I have examined the accounts of the Liquor Control Board for the six months ended
March 31st, 1928, and that in my opinion the attached iBalance-sheet is properly drawn up, so as to exhibit
a true and correct statement of the affairs of the Board, according to the best of my information and the
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board.
Victoria, B.C., June 29th. 192S.
A. N. MOUAT, C.A.,
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia.
 S 32 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
TBADING ACCOUNT FOB THE PEBIOD
TO   STOCK   ON   HAND,   SEPTEMBER   30th,   1927    $1,282,444.73
„   MERCHANDISE  PURCHASED    4,756,853.30
„   OPERATING COSTS:
WAREHOUSES :
Salaries       $51,921.63
Rents     9,655.00
Insurance         3,279.92
Telegraph and telephone  404.37
Light, water, and fuel   1,612.46
Depreciation      .....:        5,843.21
Sundries  9,796.18
 $82,512.77
VENDORS :
Salaries  $157,616.61
Rents   31,924.16
Insurance .'. —  11,079.81
Telegraph and telephone  - ,  1,726.57
Light, water, and fuel  7,360.71
Depreciation  1,469.22
Sundries  (including alterations and repairs)          27,138.73
 238,315.81
 320,828.58
„   HEAD OFFICE EXPENSES :
Administrative   salaries  $41,560.16
Travelling expenses   4,726.37
Rent   ..."        2,040.00
Telegraph and telephone   1,126.39
Light, water, and fuel  100.00
Printing and stationery  9,918.98
Postage and express   3,781.00
Bank charges   218.73
Guarantee bonds  — 441.00
Employees' group insurance  3,550.20
Depreciation  733.88
Sundries         1,431.39
 69,628.10
$6,429,754.71
„   BALANCE   TRANSFERRED   TO   PROFIT  AND   LOSS   ACCOUNT       1.768,283.63
$8,198,038.34
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 33
OCTOBEE 1st, 1927, TO MABCH 31st, 1928.
BY SALES TO THE PUBLIC   $5,859,721.20
Less discounts to druggists      $389.27
,,    Vendors'   breakages      11,621.40
,,    Vendors'   shortages             556.67
 12,567.34
$5,847,153.86
„   SALES  TO  BEER LICENSEES          952,886.00
 $6,800,039.86
„   OTHER INCOME :
Interest       $11,921.52
Rents      ;  5,366.66
Miscellaneous  5,833.10
 23,121.28
„   STOCK ON HAND AS PER INVENTORY     1,374,877.20
$8,198,038.34
 S 34 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
PEOPIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOE THE
TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES $25,190.65
„   MAINTENANCE   OF  PRISONERS            2,389.20
„   COMMISSION UNDER " DEPARTMENTAL INQUIRIES ACT "   163.95
 $27,743.80
„   BALANCE, NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1928     1,964,977.04
$1,092,720.84
APPROPRIATION
TO RESERVE FUND   .  $90,236.83
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND  -  703,318.09
„   CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND BE MOTHERS' PENSIONS   ... 307,861.94
„   CONSOLIDATED   REVENUE  FUND  IN   AID   OF   HOSPITALS  AND   INSTITUTIONS      210,095.69
„   SUNDRY MUNICIPALITIES    492,323.29
 $1,804,736.74
„   BALANCE  CARRIED TO  BALANCE-SHEET      1,964,977.04
$3,769,713.78
'   r
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 35
PEEIOD OCTOBER 1st, 1927, TO MARCH 81st, 1928.
BY BALANCE FROM TRADING ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1928 $1,768,283.63
,   WAREHOUSE   LICENCES  $90,000.00
,   CLUB LICENCE'S   7,200.00
,   BEER LICENCES  118,050.00
LICENCE TRANSFER FEES  '.  425.00      '
TAX REALIZED UNDER SECTION 64, CHAPTER 146, R.S.B.C.  1924   8,762.21
 224,437.21
$1,092,720.84
ACCOUNT.
BY .BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD  $1,804,736.74
„   NET PROFIT FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31st, 1928     1,964,977.04
$3,769,713.78
 S 36
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
00
IM
CO
«
<
t-
iB      <N
1 a
1
pa
o
<
H
D
X
O
rtH
§
s
t>
B
H
B
U
<]
a
a
fc
■«f
Q
W
rc    73    7J                                          G?q.           ?ad          dtcdri?    ?    ?
4^+j+j                                         .  ^         iic     •      •             * 4J     ■  ^ cp cp (>|
to   a"
oj   »  ai   rn
+j -rt +j  +j
C1   H   ft                                         tf   I-H            H   tf   tf          tf    fltf   H   HN   M
a c*
CJ" G ry  CH
to
^_^ ^—- -— •_-
■i-l
03
rn   rn   rn   rn   m   rn   rn   rn   m   m     .     .mm     ,    mrnmrfirnrnrnrnTnTntn
rn   tt
w   a-
u
Cf
m   m   m   rn   m
CJ
QJQJQJCJQJQJCJQjQJQJmrnQJQJm     QJQJCUaJaJCJCJcUQjCJCJ     V
cj   a
cj  a
c
a
cj   a   oj   cu   oj
rnrnrnmrnmmmmrn^^—^mw-^    mrnmrnrnmrnmrnrnm   —
tc   7
m   v
a
V
rn   w   rn   m   rn
ecj
S
riririririririririririedririri    irfdrtedeartetcjdc-cj    cc
ri   s
a
cc
ri   ed  ed   ri   ri
d
CJ
ocjouoooooocccijaooccjocjcjcjCJCJejcjcjLj   cJ)cjo
S c
c
c
CJ    CJ     CJ    CJ     CJ
C
OOOOOOOO LOOCOrHlOOO  oooooooopioiocr-
10 to
CM  C
c
1C
O   IO   LO   IO   IO
c
ibOOLOlOOOTrriiMO^flOCC   >Q  O  O  O  O O  O  LO  LO  l-  CI   t>
CO  Tt-
in ■*
T-
CM
T-i   CI   Cl   CI   Cl
CM
1!0 00 Cl         CJ  H                       COOilriMCiOGO^pOOOO                        C
rH                  Cl"  rH   rH                           tH           rrt"                          t-
CI  CI Cl  CI
,
J^3  j^
d
CD
d
GO
to to
>
t-= t>i t>=
73     £/J
si            'C -d
d
PQ
a
S
>
c
c
ej
m
a
c
P
d
c
a
<
<
d
0
a
d
eu
cj   =J
B,  ■
S|
.2 1
■rt  Si
CJ
c
a
0
s
r
c
c
*0
:    :    : 003 M m ->>
.     :     ;   «3   u:   m a
\        '.        I   'rt   'rt    '—     3Z3
:    !    ; ^3 A j=l -~
■    '^&e=g
j^i M ah   cj  cj   cj        £
(B     CO     M     >i    >>    >i    V   <%
SSSCHtftf^^
ed   ed   ri ? 'jH '5 -S   oj
i J^«rt
:    ; .a is  0  c
■    ■ a 0 ■£ v
a - 0 0 g -
.S .5 pq h Sj
^°oo BB
&&OOrt-
PQC2C5   S  c
:    :              :  t»
d    : E >J      c
0    :  >H  >l  a *
d  a  d  d       c
0 -d   ri   ri   to c
M  fe    CoC   CJj   rt    £
9  ^  cj; bo c  a
a,
s
!
<
a
: -g 'o ■d s d
; S §  § !rt rt
H j,  cud 5c d  p
W § cq eq be bjo
Ph   rt 5 2- ri   ri
a m rt C a
'S   S^^   »   M   §   ^2   ^   o   o     -     •     ■   « *    rt  "S   S "                       ri   rt   rt   o   £
a
E
<a
-r!   O   cd   c
2 O a c
§    d  TJ  'C
d   0   cj   a
U2  U.
k
cj  4
-rt -1-
OMO^tiBKOucliiHMJUUfflHfiHHiBicaiKOOOh
cc a:
cc ^
C
M  pq   tf  tf  {?  P
d
a
T3
Cv
•a
4-
c
rd
-rt
c
ed
-d
OJ
ci   rt   ci
a 0
M
<1
+j -rt
OOO
CJ     OJ
r/3    3J3    t/3
a a a
5 rt^
OOO
rrt    rrt
0 0 CJ
_,_
jjij+jjj-P-W-Pjj   d    Port-P-rt-rtHJ-rt-rt-rt-rt^Bi-rt-rt-rt-rtort-rt-rt
-M -4-
+0 4-
4-
+j   -rt   -rt  -rt   4->
c
rjfoJUOLUOLyoOOCJCJCJOCJCJOCJCJrjCJCJLjCJCJCJC,
cj   a
CJ    c
c
C
0   0   cj   cj  ej
a
tOQJQJtVSiSiSlQJrrSttQJCJQJQJQJQJQJOJQJajQJQJQJ     CU    QJ    0J    CU
CJ    CJ
CJ    Q,
a
a
OJ     QJ     QJ     OJ    QJ
t-
^^B<rt-J—)-rtHrtrtr->     HBBBBBBBBBBBBB     rt     rt     fB     f-
rt    rt
rt    rt
i4    B,    rt    to    b.
£
55525553585555555555555
5 5
5 5
5
P
QPflfiQ
(.
t-
t-
%.
t-
f-
t
t-
(-
s-
p
4    t
4    t-
K    *-
^
cycuciJajcJoa>ciJGjQjCJ<iJciJCJciJCiJ
+J4J4Jjjjj+jB-P+JhJ+J+J+J+J-IjjJ
rn   rn   m   rn   rn   rfj   m   m   m   m   m   rn   in   m   m   rn
flaqafiqflpadddpddd
^
■ ■ ■. w ■ ■ a a a a a a • a a a s a a a a a a -
a
_ _h  —.   rj   m   w^j-rto^o^^ort+j-rt-rtj^o+j-rt-rt+j-rt-rt   s-
rt
0   O   c   %   qj   cj   m   rn   m   m   m   m   m   m   m   rn   w   rn   rn   m   rn   m   ?,
cj   a
~^__OOOJ"~   ~OCJa>QJCJQoa)CJCJCjeja>CJQJCJCJP
I § 1 S &' & & S 111 * ^ * & * * * ^ £ £ £ ££ * £~f
V, ttT3V3VQjci£™?>                                                                                       c.
rtocjo    -,    -,    ^MHL^a)a)O)ajo<ijiii(lj(!J0!ajil)cbtDiiia)r
>  >
Cj
d r-
0 c
cj   e,
a  e
a e
ri   k
0
E
d   oj  cj   oj  oj
g d d  d d
ri   c-
-O  'C
•c
>C
■g ri § ri §
d    CJ    CJ   OJ   CJ
CO
i> >
rt     B
F-
&
+3 pq pq tf cq
-d
<
c
Ci
ry
e
0^tis«JJ^.l.s2o1SH222o13SrtSjS32"
a e
01
-a
en
S   to   w   rn   xn
Tj
ri
C
.-'^Z^OOUrt^sMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO;:
rt    B
oj   a
p   c
ri   k
CJ    c
0
03
0
c
c.
Cd   c^J   c#   c^   cJj
a
CJ
s
2
t
1-3   r-
-
s~
^ d  d  d d
j=
c
-Sdd^^^^^^cjcjocjoajo^cjaocjoajocy^
bj)    H    Bi   J=    [j-   t>   U        ^qP+j+j-M+j-M-rtrt-rt-Wrt-rt+J+Jrt-rt-M
^ "3   a   E >*^ P ^ ""                m   rn   m   m   rn   m   m   rn   Tn   zr. _-n   v;   ?r.    in   m   m £
5 £
a:   a
d c
d     P
CJ    c
r* r
P
a
f
p
0
<j <[ -^ -^
CJ        ,      „       „      „
r*   r—   rp   rp   rp
.nSoiioSoioo'ii g5555555555555555?
tS p
u 1
1
rt"
K   ri   ri   ri  «
rtl   ^3  Si  Si
b
a
tf
0   c
B P.
c
c
0
ft
00000
pq pq cq tf tf
t- oj as
TrtlrHClOCJ^OLj^OOOOOOCOCCQOr-
-i
Tl
-A
rto4   TJH   rt-1   rtjH   rtol
CJ
ri
MMrlHrirlrlHrtHHriH                        CN
Cv
C«
C
CM  Cl  CI  Cl  Cl
>
0   0    i.
1    =«    :   --   =   ------.: t    =   r|
P
0
-   ^  -  -  :  -
d
Z B
7,^ 9,,^
1-
1     1     1     1     1
«H
cc
rtjCrjh-t-CDCDcd'rhrt;
TiH   CP  CO  IO   LO   LI   LO   IO   LO   LO   LO   LO   1-0   IO   rH   tA   tH   t-
t> t-
t-i  r-i  rH  rH  rH
O
■H Cl   rH   tH                        rH  C
Cl                                                                                                           Cl   Ol   Cl
i-H   C
7
c
C|  Cl  Cl  Cl  Cl
rt
e
t>  +J   cj         jD;     „„>H      „ +J     „      -    -*   fc      ...-*-
d
t>"
	
c
O    CJ    CJ      E   QJ       -      -    O    5      •    CJ     O      ~     -   C.
ed
r-
r?
c
;
&
Z
c
?
C
H
7
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 37
Oo  w   m   Co.  rn
CJ    CJ    CJ    CJ
OJ
r~.
ri
ri
ri
ri
CJ
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
W)
cu
OJ
r/>
III
u>
rn
in
in
(71
in
ri
m
w
m
in
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
cdriricdriririri
ejejcJejocjcJCJ
©
r^   ©
rj
M
"Cotf
tf
&
fY)
rn
TO
rn
rn
TO
W
to
CJ    OJ
CJ
0)
ri   ri
ri
ri
erf
ri
ri
eel
ri
Itf
ri
ri
ri
CJ
CJ    <D
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
CJ
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO   O  O  O  IM  CI  Hj  CO CC  ri  O  O IQ  t-  LO O  IO  IO   OCCOOOOOOOOO
O  O  O  O  IO  O  O   ©  O  IO  O  O  O  O  O  JO  O   O  O  O  <M Cl  CD  rH Cl   I—  1Q CI  t—   O  CO  O  O  O  O  'O  O  O  IO  IO
Cl  O  C|   CO  LO  IO  "tf  CO  t-I  Cl  CO  CI  I-  IO  T-i  CD  -tf tH  rH rH Cl  rH  ri   Cl  CI  -tf  Ci  -tf' Ci  O  CI  CO  CO  LO
© ^   to
w*3
CJ   >
033    u    -
03   £0
o1   O   'O    - ■
■rt +.  o o O O
t-i g to
« £ - £• & -9
Baa
a a a
etj
=8   =3
3 Ojj 130 ^
CO rt B fl
a B o o
S B O B
a a
02
o o
303 303
3/3 (J33
03 03
a a
rt     OJ     3
©3   03    OJ   033J
-5  o  S &
3/3     333
3J3   Pj
a .
P4 *i
._ ^ B
a s
C5 >. & <K i
"s1
«m
3-d » p-j 0 cj]
S   S 03
l^pcirfowaoJCrt'
SC5C5MBOBCJCJBB
oj   co
9 a,
Mp,CSH)Sifrt
O 5
0J     03
W B
B B
3 a
S3
73   ^
"">    IO
rtO   <%
cj td
„ ^3   s.
.9 § g «
.    m «
p=b: „3
o5i 9 a .e
bS°?
B > CJ O
a 02
So    rf
B £
"SB
Be?
O     CJ
* M d .., ^
^ cu _, qj* on to
+j a 'd qj a  ^
X .d OJ U   ■"    CJ
K Eh tf C W l>
;::::: U U    !    !
i    i    i    i    i    : «8 =8    i    :
-rt +J
t>
CJ
-rt
CJ
-rt
-rt
CJ
CJ
CJ
rn
*■>
-rt
CJ
c\)
CJ
CJ
o
CJ
O
C)
rt
CJ
CJ
f)
CJ
-rt
+J
-rt
O
C)
+J
f)
-rt
CJ
ej
CJ    CJ
o>
CJ
C1J
0)
0J
<3J
cl)
0)
CJ
Cl)
CJ    QJ
(IJ
OJ
fl>
(1)
0>
OJ
fl?
OJ
o>
Cl)
(11
o>
Cl,)
fl)
<1>
CIJ
CI)
CO
CJ
QJ
1)
CJ
CP
0)
0J
rt    rt
rt
rt
rt
M
rt
H
—
rt
rt
—
rt   rt
H
—
—
rt
M
rt
n
rt
rt
Ih
H
-o
rt
u
rt
rt
w
Ih
rt
—
Ih
rt
RPPPPPPQPPppppppORPPPPPRBPPPPPPPPQPPBPPQP
*     « 4J   -rt
<o    QJ    CJ   o
o o .y .d
a  d te
o  o  o
tf tf   bfi
•a -a
tf tf
, a
o   ©   o   o   o   a>   a>
O    ©    O    O    O   rQ   A
a fi ?i a p<] <ij
■"   r2 tf
o  o -*e ^
cj O tf   r
«« «8  0- cj
O    Ol   jo
a a* r
ag'A-S
03   C3j     .,-.
a a a a
CJ3   C3l   o, _$)
oa oa o a
O    O    O    t-    0-    >
i iO ^ TO
; B B B
« B
IS   l-S   1-5
=8 "Si °3
03     03
■o >d 0r
bbb
-     -o30
H-3J f-B
og    eg     03
ed   ri   ed   ri   ri   ri   ri
CO    OS    3
.- -rt o
OOOOOOOOOO
^!>>>!>i>jo-f!-f>> oj>t>>
raraTc^cu^cirarcu^circirQj'.rt    "    "   ■
-3SSBH
3 E3   w .rf
tf  " °
M    w co
-   0J QJ
-!    rt rt   i
6 tf tf
d d
m ffl S
oj   g d
3 ^ (S
h 1~l l~1 .
0 -d .-d
d d
to to
o o
bo be  cj
o O -^
tf tf   "
j bJj bj] j h
■    O    O   +J -rt
i   CJ   CJ    rt rt
W              CJ CU
.-   r   r tf tf
dfl'ddddddd
QJGJQjajQJQjajQJ
totototototol>to
_   cd tf tf i
QJ   CJ  i
d o3 <
S'pI'SI
b of *e a a
°    °   3333   33
_T B B 'd 'd
B B B a" a"
03    03    OJ   A
rt.   OJ
B 5
cdriririririririricd^^c^
flaflnflarjOflf3cj = r---
oooooooooori-      	
rtticdriririririri
d > fa b „ w
co   od
125 a
«rt    ^rt    =rt    «rt    <IH    <rt    trt
; £ g fc g £ ^ &
OOOOOOOOOO
. .« ^
B pq   go   m
I a55i
■set's 1'
. ea   cd   ri
CJ M
r *cj
tf tf  a d  d
O <ieJ
; tf tf
d c d <>a =a =a
d  d  cj  a
rt   rt   rt
ooooooooood
+j-rt-rt-rt+-J-rt-rt-rt+j+j   j.
cjcjacjcjcjcjcjacj
ajcuQjcijoJCJCJQjajaj
rt o*3 i
3  r-i 1
o  o  o  >■
w   m   rn   '->.
d   d   d   3   d
rn   m   m
Si si ^
^   O   O CJ OJ
b    j)    (D M W
Co   Co rt H
pqpqpqBBBBMBBBCJ!
o3oooooooooooooooooo
CJUCJOUOOOOOCJCJOCJCJCJ-UCJUl
'a a  &
OJ    OJ    OJ     _
QPtfQtftffiQQ
oj   cu   oj   eu .2 ■
COCO      i-tf-tfrHLOlOlOlOlO
rH rH      I CI CI CO
I    .1     I      I      I      I
i     ;   i    i !     :   I     :    :   I    I     :::::::;::;::   I    I    I    i     ;    ;
COOOOOW(»IOCOC»1MCOOOH^H1^COCO   COt-t-COCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOt-t-t-t-   O CO
H  H  ri   H  h HiririHrtOI'MiMCI rHClClCIrHrHrHrHrHrHrHrHrHrHC^ClClClCOrH
ri     .fjri
-    O     CJ    OJ
2: O Q
: o cj
% O
ri    ;    ^    -    -
00  Cl  t- 00  CjO
ri  HH  rt  rl
ri     *   cu   9   erf
3     i    I     I     I     I     I :
OCOOOQOrrtrHCOOOroji^
' rH  CO  CO  Ip;  rH
;  O      I   00    03
05 OP
 S 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
..a
s
o
Cj
M
W
03
0
y
O
H
ij
B
rH
H
W,
M
M
t*
J
a
a
Q
a
>4
a
H
cc
-1)
w
o
M
P
B
P5
"3
P
Co*
330H   &   C3.
CO1
5 k '
to   to   to   rn   m   rn   m   rn   m   to   to   to   to   to
ri   ri   ri   ri   ri
ej   cj   cj   cj   cj
cjqjqj cjcjajojojcjojqj
to   to   to   to   to   to totototototototo
7~.~tz7~.~-. ririedririririri
CJCJCJCJCJCJ CJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJ
TO WTO
CJ QJ . TO OJ    QJ
TO TO i—i gj TO    TO
-* ri Si - -   -
TO     TO    TO        .TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO
QJQJOJ    TOO©QJOJjOJOJOJQJa)-rt>
TOTOTO^-'TOTOCoCoK^^KJ^ri
ri   ri   ri   ri   cd   ri — - 	
OOOOOOOOO   O-O  Cl  Cl   rt  Cl  i-H  i
O  O  O  IO  LO  O  O  IO  C   IO  O Cl   rH
riCOCOCOririC/jCCCC    ri   Cl
cjcj^cdcjcjcjcjcj   cJlcjcjMHyouocjoO
CJ
MririOOOOOIQ   t-OIOOOOOOOOcO
t-OOOOI-"C©Ot-riri)0  00100ri
Cl  00  IO  CO   *     CO Cl O 00  -r-i CO
to to
P Q
to ,
i  tf  m   rn   B   O
* m
a 5 5
tftfcoe&otftfo
ri ,2
i-r, m  I
Boo©
e^H &ph
-  ,B fe G  _.
o 13   h  O
> o
IIS £
cs C5 £
; Q Q ri   o
3 M w to d
« -M -W S §
be
o
._,   IO
EC
t. °
o B
ooBoa ;
"BB
gOUrtrtOyC-"0!."
BBC&oa«!jrt«Bbg
I C a:
g o Ert a B
2 ~> a
R S fl
a|HB^*0
6 a*
55^
to -rt
joSoHOriZri1
O    O   CJ    o
J   o   ©   o
QPOtftftftfriGQi
Oejcj©ocjpaJotjcjOOOOcJOOOcJOOcj
cj   eu   cu   <u   aJ   qj
QtftftftfCtfQGQQ HOQtfCQQQQQQ
OJ QJ
rt  rt  m
355
s a
qj" qj" M M M
d d d d s
bbbbbbbbb
ooooocooo
frjf©fO'rt3rC'd'C!,drd
RfldqcopBd
ooooo©ooo
tf^tftf^tftftftf
©oooooooo
-d  ■"
ej   cj
qj oj qj gj |_q ^q
d d
f©   TJ   fO   Tj
a  d
tf pq pq pq cj o
tf tf
TO     TO     TO     TO   "8   *
tf tf
B d d d to »'
CJ    ©
i_J   tf   oj   lJ    M     C
M tf
CJ CJ
■8 oB
cj   qj
rt    rt    rt    t-i  mi  pm
Qj    QJ    cu    OJ    r^    ^
d d
ri   cd   ri   ed   cj   cj
2*        r-H
d,  b a  B d d
^        "_£
j=: jb -a tf  2 Si
tf         rO
tf tf tf tf tf tf
tf tf
o o cj a a cj o
«8 s)}-^ =3 =8 =8 =8
©  o
CJ CJ
d d
o  o
m m
■a «o
qj   e»
tf  tf
O rg f© r©
'S TJ t! C
d o o o
S H H EH
tf
- aT oT qj"
o 3 2 3
O © cj cj
M ri ri
CJ O
■a ■o
■a
LO     -LV    -LV       W     "W       LJ       „
O    O    ©    ©    ©    O  _£;
HErtHEHEHEHq   6
Oj   CJ
pOp'OH.
o  o  o  o
Oj   cj   cj   cj"  cj   cj
©    CJ     ©    ©
^ ^ -q
Cj    »H
cd   ri   ri   ri   rt
r-* ^ £ r^ r^ rt
I tf tf !
■<j   <j   -sjH   <j   tf   tf
©    OJ    QJ    © QJ OJ ©
ri ri ri ri
TJ TJ TJi TS
d d d d
. tf ^ «8 =a «*J
'«>£££•
©  o  o  ©  o
©oooo©ooo
aflflflaflaaa
OOOOOOOOO
©oooooooo
ICJOCJCJCJOCJUCJ
\  e&   d$   d&'<&   <%   J$   *%   &   J$
rn   rn   rn
TO    TO     TO
l    TO    TO    TO    tC    TO
I     TO     TO     TO     TO     TO
!  ri  ri  ri  ri  ri
o.totototoJ^pMK-jP-j
.tftftftftftftftf
2 "3 S -d
cj d d b
—'   —•     M     «
■©  TJ    B    B
d   d  ^   ^
to   to
OJ    ©    CJ CJ qj
oO   BO   BO jC rg
tf tf tf tf o
O cq O O O
, tf   tf   _CJ
+J   ri
O    N
- d
BdBBdddd
OOOOOOOOOO
ooc3ooeoci;oo
00       Irt^H^HjHOOQO-tf-tf-tf-tirt-
ri   ri      ;  Cl  Cl  CI  Cl  IM  CI  Cl  Cl  Cl  CI
O     t
I t-
d -°   .
ri r0J    "
1-3 tf r
1 I, I
OJ '    ^
tf
H  Jl OJ CD c^ cfi  \W tH  CO 00  CX) W
Cl  Cl Cl Cl  Cl  rH  tH  rH  h   ri  ri  ri  C^l  Cl Cl  Cl  Cl Cl  C| Cl  Cl   T-i   Cl CI Cl   CO <M   rt H  rl rt   Cl
©    :
"   " 0
r5
-oOcjOOJ      .-o      -
b & c y, a    o
f5 n o
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 39
TO     TO     TO     TO    TO        .     TO     TO     TO     TO        .TO
-rtcUOJQJQJTOQJQJQJaJ    toQJ
-rtMTOTOTO^HTOTOTOTO^TO
dcdriririrtriririri   riri
rOocjcjcjbijcjcuocj   bJDCj
TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO
cj©ajdja>ojcuajCJciJ©cuoj
TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO
riedriLdririririririririri
cjcjcjocjejcjcjcjcjcjcjcj
.TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO TOTO
TOOcjQJ0jQJ©aj0Jaja)QjcUQJ
—'TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO
rirtricdriririririririricded
MCJCjrJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJCJ
TO     TO    TO     TO     TO     TO
CJ     OJ     ©     ©     QJ    OJ
©    CJ    CJ    CJ    CJ    o
00  10COOL-OOOOCOOOOOOO©00  10I©t-©000©100000IOO>OriO»0©>0  10IO>0  0
CILO OCOIOOlOOCOCOOOOmObOt-rt LO  ©   IO  ri  ri  O  IO  I>  CO  CO IO Cl O  ri   LO  "tf  Cl -tf  ©  .
IO ri  L- CO CO  rt t-   CO CD LO Ol  CO IO rt  t- CO Cl -tfOO© H t~\ rH rt "tf
h3 I
II.
fi g cj
•? 9 -2
" 3 ri3
cj ui 1/2 r?
o
CJ OJ
a; d ;
s a
I  a
i O i
3 toJ
05P
E>,  co
a rn ;
ocj  a
S o a
QC
to B ,
a o
M co
co      .    O  —j
B C5 CJ < l
00   oSj
0,   00 J4   o, p
g) a
a s, oa a
ss*s
oa +j a  a a  a o
•5 s s s at
a -g .S a  a a '
o-a »a a,■
~~ > v a v m x
V, o b.;
o B u"
_- a ,3
t3    OJ w.  ■
. jrt jQ OB ,
a — o ■
t>   iO rH
rt ri        PH
d ff
tftfcjtftfitftfcj<l
CJ     CJ     ©     ©     CJ
OJ    QJ    CJ    QJ
CO.     ft
rn   to
QJ     QJ
p p
TO     TO
O   O
©    QJ    U    ©    ©
©    QJ    QJ    CD   Si    QJ
Cl)
Cl)
<V
OJ
<U    OJ
eu   cj
QJ
QJ
Cl)
fl!
0/
CU
OJ
dJ
Cl)
Ih
rt
rt
rt
rt    m
rt    U
rt
rt
M
)h
Ih
rt
rt
rt
H
rt
t-i
©©©©©©©">
OJQJ     QJ    QJ    OJ    QJ    QJ    >-j
QfiPOQCfiflOOflfiQPfiQHHDQOQQQPQQPQQQflfiflQfiQQQfiQOCflO
c*  bfl
©    QJ
ft  ft
(Sfi
ar a | a
a a eq *e
O     rt     ,
a a
O  £
=8 £
a 3
O   3   M   «
. !> g a a a
*^1     vr^    Vr.    >-f3
! «   . 3
be  if.
rt    O
B  CJ  i
tf .£
't  "5 eg    QJ
B or °= a
+o   +o J" S
fl a a-p
03    OJ ^
g S B s
CO    OJ fl    rC
CJ
.030
-=8  3-,
b >:
CJ CJ
-30    <«
SO        -    O
=e  fl Cj '
! ,2 rB
i rO o
. a cj   -
• o a
QJ    CJ    QJ    QJ    O
OOO©
O     O   jO     CJ     O     CJ     CJ
tf tf  o
ri -rt
te te te t> tf
. ■ ■   . to
d d d t3 -d © ri o
X   X   X   X   X   X
B   B   B   B   B   B
ri   ri   ri   ed   ri   ri
©    QJ    Qj    QJ    Cj    Qj
f©   rp   r~p   <~p   -p   fp
,000000
'   tf   tf   tf   tf   tf   tf
tototototototototototo	
©©©©©©©©©©©[_i3rtrt.HS-.rt
_BBBdBddddddajcjojcuQjcu
i  Bj*  "B  rB  'O  r©  ^  *B   B5  rB  "B  'B    cJ}
1  tf  tf  I
O   £  !
tototototototototototo^Oooocj
mmmmmmzKimmmm&XttQl&X.
O   O   O   o
ri   ri   cj   cu
.. a
>. o
S B ■
S3 EH I
fl .
fl fl B :
y y
TO     TO     TO     TO       ?  .y
"      O   tr   tf
■*->  -rt
B B
3»    OJ
9 3
fl,    ?3     3333     3/3
g   IS   I-3J 1-3)   Hi   '
S -; tC tJ: j£ o
-J  B  B ^  B
OJ   OJ OJ    QJ    OJ
o b fl pj d M
B B 'O B B B B
tf tf tf 3 tf ""
^tfflflflflflflBB
_,-!riririririririried
h_ r~ 14 \4 tf1 tf
d
QJ   cj   C   cd
MMMM .i
: a s
O© © ©
g rrj f©
rt (H rt
S S
QJ O
B3 BJ
d d
fl d d *rt
ed   ri   ri rn
H a a s s a
cuaJociJcuGQjCj
BBBBBBBB
flflfldflflflrt
=3 ^8 .
frt HB
w rt
cd ri
N.   N    N    N N
tri    ^  'rt   rt "rt  '
tf  tf
©    OJ
ed   ri   ri   ri
B B B
- fl   - ■S   . ■> fl
fa
^cosBBcococooB
tN   I3M   COl   rH rn
B    t*  03      ^ +o' a    ^
ojOoj    -so    .   :,j  o
c y B    o        bSc
-  OJ
fa
I
9T
■7 S
I
- co
Q
l
CO  00  GO  CC  rjj  00
H "*   T)i  C(J d:  «   O  CO  Co'cO-tf^Th-tfOOrH  IO   TATATHr-i-r-\r-ii-t--iCJ<dcK:.
■H  tH  H  rt Cl   rt  rt   ri ,_)  ci Cl  Cl   <M  CI  Cl  Cl  Cl  CI
fl    CJ
ri   cj
■7 Q
i   •   i   i    .    .   I   i
<Z>   CD    T-i   TH   Ti    T->.   OOrt
CO   CO   Cl   Cl   CO   CO   ri   Cl
-   ©
0
i>   -j +J
; o  qj  ej
is P o
-■° s -
» ©  o
fa y
a y
 S 40
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
a
m
TO
tf
ft
ft
c?
ft
c?
rr
<T
OJ
Cl)
QJ
CU
ci)
TO
ri
eft
ri
ri
ert
ri
crt
CJ
o
CJ
CJ
CJ
w
©
ej
©
C
©
o
IO
o
©
©
o
o
Tl
o
iO
00
-tf
Cl
Cl
<N
eo   zz    w    ra
© tf   be ©
TO TO . TO TO TO TO TO
©©TO©©QJ©©
TOTO--;TOTOTOTO.TO
ri   ri   ri  cd   ri    "'
©   ©   fcj) ©   ©
Cl
OOMOOOlOOOri O
© © -tf  o  IO  IO 1^  © ©   T-i ©
'X CD  t— >tf  CO Cl   t>  IO Ol   -tf ©
rn
rn
TO
p,
TO
TO
17)
ft
ft
ttf
ft
fl
ft
fl
itf
TO
W
TO
TO
TO
©
Cl)
CU
QJ
CU
OJ
©
0)
CD
©
CD
eu
crt
ri
ol
CJ
©
©
©
©
©
a
ft
CJ
CJ
©
©
op
©
©
©
o
c-)
©
©
©
©
Bo
©
t-
O
©
©
O
©
hW
©
©
©
M
...
-D
©
o
©
©
»o
IO
O
-
B
c
IO
rtH
©
IO
IO
T-i
T-i
rt
H
©
00
CD
-tf
-f
-1
L-
05
!rt
IO
Cl
H
a, a,
a s
CJ    CJ    3>,
a a 2
bO    00    303
a a "3
a o, «
1 a a £
a a
a a a
o cj s
B £
a P* i
.a 03 oj oj
F 0033   o   «   oj
oj t» O1.
50  «
9<!
a a a
* a B
K g M
gag
gag
Co    CO    0J
„ a a a
B B    °   o   ijO
3 o p p Q
el
rto    a   rH   rH
OOO     30,00
>h B B
3  a
B '
fl  a  o  J
I33J   *a   VO   rt
fl   fo   f-i ra ^ B
M   5«!   o   ri   oj
pq fa fa
CJ CJ B
a -a
cloi
I »g
I   +o    O
! co cj i
> B B !
SB
3 a
■ CJ B
a a
a a
C5 O CJ CJ B
a a
OJ    CO
B B
a .   .   "a no ■£
a o3 to a -tH ?
•rt    t/3    3J3J    cj
H C5 CB CQ B P9 1
a, a.
a a
< 03  fl
o CJ CJ
•a)
rrt
fi
z
H
Pm
Ph
<1
60
■4
c
c
p
V
c
,
Q
«8
i*
TO
O
p.
O
a
a
B
»a
2
a
TO
O
©   ©   ©   ©   ©
-rt -rt -rt -rt
+o  -rt -rt ■
©CJO©©pO©CJ©©0
©     iD     CJ    ©     ©    ©    ©
353555PQRPPPPPPPPPBQPQPPPPPQ
p"o©cj©p©©©
©   ©   ©
I   w
B
M
O
P
;        fl   oj  <
'■   -A     O   l_J   L
00 -33   W   -
3     SO     rt
saaaagorj
■4 CJ
=3   r
o
=3 d
fa B
coH
CjK
=8 =8
i B
O   O   O   o
CJ CJ CJ
=8 =8 =a
BBS
d d d
a" a" a
a a a
IbS:
.9      B »
it*
I"! S 3 '
•3-3 1
p'p5j
M     TO
B3 '
O 3
s fl
d 3
C3    O rrj   ■
CJ u  ■
i +3 d
1 tf £
©
r to' tf
i ©
■      © r.
'      Q l2
'    * r^
" 2 «
a a
,  G n
o o
•O tQ
a a os a
■a ■a a a
• fa H   60 60  in
a a _oj
■d o 2 y b
- r3c5a
O   O f=3 .
OU§  §    r
a a s s~-.
P P a a -S!
- - fa w £ ,
J B
TO    TO    TO
I    ©    ©
' M S3.
(5 CJ
o
B =8
o a
CJ B
«8   r
o
CJ
B B
y y
=3 =8
rt   rt
&   ° tf tf tf
6 5
i d
'   o
<—I    —-" TO
©oBBddovriririri
rtrtrtrtrtVrtiri^rt^'rtriH
r?  r^i  f*5  ^   r^5   r*  i
<<  f~i  &  <h   r=<  r^<  f*5
d  d
ed   ri
k   fe   ri   ri   to
H tf 5P _? ^
- © « ^ "3
£?tf
sz; b
. * ^ ** a a b
to top S 5
© QJ - - _^*
3 S ri ri ri
a s tJ t "S
tf  o o © o o
tf tf P4 tf tf
03      .
B
b o
a
a ™
fl CJ Si
rt qj
B o s
rcjp:
TO     u    ,
OcO,D
ri    rt    rt    rt    rt fl
tf  tf   tf  tf   tf  tf    O
eg
-o B B B B   ri   ft
-    -    T    rt    fl  t)
'J      ©       ©     .rH
3 tf tf tf
TO     TO     TO     TO
©   eu
tf tf  I
_r to to
§ a a
CQ *oj ©
■^ tf tf
J tf tf
« .- .-
rt    ©    ©
©    f©    r©
rO      ©      ©
:ooj©ooiiOioio
:  ri rt  rt rt  ri Cl  Cl Cl
'.  Ci  'Ci  d  Qi  Ci
: cn
1  CO  •
1^.
1-1   Cl   CD   irt
I    I    !
9?
T-{     TA     rt    t^-     t-    C
rt   fj     „ Si
©©-.©"
tf Q       tf
'711.1   I
■    ■     I.' I     ^o     ^1     1—I     1—I     T—1     T—t     I —     1,—
lol   33N rH   001   CJI   <M   fON   (M   CM
o B y
II     :    :   I    I    1    I    I     :    :    :   I    I    I    I    I    I
OlCOWOOCOOODCOOOClCOOOCTit-CCGOCOoOCO
rHrHCol HrtHHtJjlHWCO^I^rlHriH
33   O     OJ
y O
-   O    OJ
y o
33   O
y
fl   fl 03
a a  o
: i-3) Hs fa
B    r-
30   0J    O      -
o f?;
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1027-28.
S 41
Tf)
cu
<1)
ri
©
©
1©
Cl
©
IO
T-I
©
<M
CO
Cl
TO    TO
+J    4-i
O1   ft
TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOOTTOTOt/JTOTOTO       .to       .tototo	
©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©iKQ)TO©QJ©TOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO
TO     TOcC     TO     TO     TO     TOTO     TO     TOTOTOTO     TOTO     TO     TO   rt     TO   -h     TOTO     to   i—<   rt   .—i   ■—.   —i   —<   r—i   _   _   .—I'rt  rt   m  ih   ih   r*   rt1 rt
riri   ed   ri   ri   ririri   ririri   ri  ri   riri   riri   edriri   tfolGSSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiS'^tOSiSiSi
©   ©©   ©   CJ   CJ   ©   ©O   ©©©   ©©©    ©   ©bC©boD©   -jzjSiSiSiSiSit!--SiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSiSi-SiSi
■~i him rt« ca* HICI HIC1 rKfl «w
OOOW0100WOIOOOOOOOOi»OQOOOOOWOriCDfflCD10^hCDriH<riCjlOO
IO  O  O  t- O W  IO  I-  » W O  LO   W O  W   IO  O  N  O -*  IO  O  IO  O  W rt  M  OD  CO  IO  W rt  CO  rt  t-  ©  Cl   rt
rt-tf  LO T-i IO ri  ri OM©COt-rt^0.rtCILOe0^o:0.|QO Clt-
•H CO ri ri  Cl" ri" I©"        -tf" ri r-i  1-" I©" Cl" rt  ri
1© IO
rt Cl"
t-  Cl_ Cl   Cl
ri  Cl"
©  P*
d  ■
© d
^5
tf ^
M fl a
s-i gStf a
si £ *
© o a «
Q cc <! te
a -m a
cjd 'B
ri £.»a
©   O  i—i
c72  S  O
£?°
3 S
a B
o a
B S
cj-gso
OJ    OJ
fl a
OJ » 2
3D 'rt '2
■ rt   033,   03
fijirt
(S   o
3 04
a   60 60
s^-s a a co-.I
so 7; o a « a a
Ss?   03^   334
B ? B CJ CJ ^ CJ
B "r-i   00   "H
[SB
-rt    cd    ©    ©   o  '
ova is
» .3
3 ■«
■^ •?,
o o
OJ OJ   .
g 00 00 .
B  >>
Sr3 o,3
a a fa' i
'oj '5 _, '
CJ    OJ    rt
fl, a. B
+j     03   ^£j   CC.
?Sso
CO  O  03  03
o-      '. US   o-,
■rj   ^rt   03   rj
53   Ofi   oj    03  ;
'B'dr.A
S — -" S ■
-C. o oo rjicc.
P so oo
. , O    03    OJ
60 -       0J    OJ   —,    oj    u.
y y pq pq -3 n m
OJ    <u    00    QJ
—      H     CJ     OJ
h pq pq «J pq pq ■< pq
00    O    03    CO    0J
pq ^ pq pq B
p p
o  o o o
fl n a fl
3   3   3   3
P P P R
«8 °8 =8 =8
■To ia
■331
H-.
r=    S
fe
fe
TO     TO
3/1
o o o o
M   M   M   X
a a a a
flo   fl.
o o
a o
a a
R P
•a eg
3 2
a a
©
a
a
a
QJ
oo©©oo©o
tf H H tf 0 I
CJOCJ©©©©©©
©©©©©©©©©
rtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrt
4J-rt-rt-rt-rt+J-rt-rt-rt
©©©©O©©©©
©©©©©©©©©
erHQQqQQflflBHOflOOflrilrJfJQQPQQflflOQflfiQfiOQQflfi
o © c o
B B B B
ooodooooo
-b -b -a S h tf tf
fl  fl  fl  © ©
tf tf tf
ri a
■O   ■©   O   r©   .
rt d fl ,
^ mm
£<% «« ■
cj   -   -'
as ci c •
to 6 o*
© © ©
-*C50|
s  B B B B
:3333
h  6 6 6 d P
i CJ CJ CJ CJ    .
0 «8 =8 =8 =8  a
33) O   ;
c c a c m
- o  o  o  o
3)  fl id iQ B oo '
o o o o   .
s a
2 fl a
o B
B  oj -a
2 B o
-B B
OJ    OJ    OJ
r»  t>  f>
a
a
a
fl
fl
fl
H    fl    fl    O   O    O
P    T     f     in     m    m
rt     rt     rt   ^     «;'
TOTOTO
a>>
fl o'3«J5
60   60
3)3     33)3
a a
i 4) <|
SOI
fa fa fa ■
a "OO
oj o-3 B B
Ph Ph <j'
o o o o
rt. i> p- j-, .oj e
CJ    OJ    OJ    CJ
3   fl   3   3
tTo  6- CJ
oj oa a
03      P,    O
■ a -
3 SS.
o tf  o
Qtf r-3 1
,     ft    TO
r9 to to td H M
CJ   cd   ed M ^ ^
©   ©
0J    o
•8
a a
' ft is-
to   rj   rj  i
+f a a
g-ciQia aeo,ao'u35 >
t> fl fl -       	
o a a
K 50 02
flaflflflflaoaaaa
d  to* n*
o  ©  ©
ih   3 rt rt -
©   ri   ri   ri   ri
1 m cvi H H B B
© 'B   cd   ©
B B f> l>
t> i> P i* !
^=8 a H °8 =8
03 03
ri   ri   ed ,y ^ ^3
03
©
©
Cl)
a
a
a
0
B B
(_]
s
a
a
0
31
03
fl
a
CJ
60
fl
B
Wing
Amal
Amal
Amal
OOO
tf   tf   tf
Y<
©  ©   ©
t>     r>     r"OUU
<u
tf   tf   tf
&B  be  hi
p=
OOO
E*   &   t£
©
a 0 c;
rt    rt    rt
B
cj]  fcD bo
tf tf tf
d  d  d
Brew
Brew
Brew
Stee
Stee
Stee
3
3
O
+j -rt +j
1 1
OOO
=8
'rt   "rt   'rt
tf tf tf
ft   ft   ft
fl
©    ©    ©
d d d
303'
© ©
60= ~\
o ©
rt rt
M tf
cj a tf tf H
© © © ©
tf tf tf £
©   © 7J
SSb
&-& fl
©   © CJ
ri       Cd       r>4      g      33W
rt d £ £ &
ggfflmj
TO     TO    O    ©    fl
■3 ■3 .h .a b
rt, s? y y b
LyCjcjtJCJTi.M!D©©rtrtrtrtrtrlrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrlrtrlrt
COCO      jriTrtrHCOCOCOClCI   ClClClCOMCOCOCOCOCOMCOCOCOCOCOc^COCOCOCO
1
- a oj
Q O O O O O -3H
33   O
y
I    .1
R B S
L   I J. 1
I    I    I    I    I    I
bmnt0[-t.b-t-l-00rtHt-(.OrtHdlDOO[.ync0MHrtrlHrtrtrtHrirt
I     I     I     I     I     I     I     I     I     I     I     I     I
N3MM.tMMWWNM.c3iM  WNM
. > ofl oJ
.   O    CO    OJ
5 B o
 S 42
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX A—Continued.
Confiscated Liquor taken into Stock, October 1st, 1927, to March 31st, 1928,
under Section 35, Subsection (3), "Government Liquor Act."
Date.
Quantity.
Oct. 10
„ 19
„ 10
„ 19
„ 10
„ 19
„ 19
„ 19
„ 19
„ 19
Feb. 25
„ 25
,, 25
„ 25
„ 29
„ 29.
„ 29.
„ 29.
„ 29.
„ 29
Scotch Whisky ..
Rye Whisky 	
Chinese Wine ...
Bourbon 	
Brandy 	
Rum   	
Gin 	
Chianti 	
Dewar's  Special
Demerara Rum
Brandy 	
Scotch Whisky ..
Gin   	
Rye Whisky 	
Scotch  Whisky
Rye  Whisky  ....
Gin	
Brandy    	
Rum  	
N'Gor Mi 	
77 bottles
29 bottles
36 bottles
12 bottles
3 bottles
3 bottles
5 bottles
1 bottle
2 bottles
2 bottles (16-oz
)
2 bottles
12 bottles
2 bottles
23 bottles
93 bottles
65 bottles
27 bottles
11 bottles
7 bottles
2 bottles
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 43
APPENDIX B.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act.''
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
o S
. 3J3
o a
y-j
■d
OJ OJ
03 133
0  fl
03 OJ
rt a
fl w
03 -1
00 w
TO
TO
1
3/3
S
o
a
a
■d
OJ
0
B
■d
o
a
'Son
BS
■d
OJ
CO 0J
OJ OJ
flB
T o
m 03
■d
o
a
,-o   V
§1
a
o
H
Section 12.
Allowing permit to be used by an-
5
$250.00
$250.00
Section 1'.
Holding of more than one permit	
3
3
200.00
200.00
Section 26 (6).
Infraction of Regulation No. 22 (club
1
1
1,000.00
1,000.00
Section 21 (t).
Infraction of Regulation No. 28 (beer
6
9
4
200 00
200 00
Section 28.
Selling or offering liquor for sale ]
Giving liquor for consideration.... L
296
2
50
62
179
3
56,625.00
$1,100.00
57,725.00
Exposing or keeping liquor for sale J
Section 32.
Purchasing or attempting to pur- ~
40
8
21
11
1,150.00
600 00
Taking liquor for consideration.... j
Section 35.
Possession of unsealed liquor 	
206
4
8
104
90
6 325 00
4,950.00
11 275 00
Section 37.
Consuming liquor in a public place
64
5
6
2
36
15
1,800.00
535.00
2,335.00
Section 38.
2,586
3
27
1,106
1,019
431
26,900.00
10,905.00
37,805.00
Section 39.
Sales to persons under influence of
liquor	
2
...... 1        2
100.00
100 00
Section   '0.
Supplying liquor to a minor 	
45
1
13
W
24
6,750.00
6 750 00
Section   '1.
Disqualified   persons    (Indian   Act)
unlawfully upon premises of Gov-
ment Liquor Store 	
5
1
3
1
150 00
50.00
200.00
Section   '2.
Supplying   liquor   to   a   disqualified
person 	
1
1
50 00
50.00
Section IfS.
Supplying  liquor  to  an  interdicted
person	
11
5 1    ....
6
1,550.00
1 550 00
 S 44
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Summary of Prosecutions under the " Government Liquor Act '
-Continued.
Disposition.
Description of Offence.
o S
.  3/3
O  33*
y~j
ojc
fl fl
O. OJ
rt Q
fl 3/3
oo o
00 3/3
©
Eft
TO
a'
TO
5
o
a
C5
■3
03
a
5
a
_   OJ
M
Fines
collected.
Bail
estreated.
a
+o
o
Section kk-
Interdicted person making applica-"
tion for a permit 	
2
2
$100.00
$100.00
Interdicted  person  upon  licensed
Section 46.
6
3
3
150.00
150.00
Section Jt7.
Permitting drunkenness  1
Giving liquor to  a  person under I
28
6
2
16
4
870.00
$200.00
1,070.00
the influence of liquor  J
Section   '8.
•
Keeping or consuming liquor in any
part of an inn other than a pri-
65
3
3
48
11
3,060.00
750.00
3,810.00
Section   '9.
Consumption   of   liquor   in   an   un-
4
2
2
100.00
100.00
200.00
Section 50.
Keeping or having liquor on prem
ises of person engaged in selling
30
6
15
9
9'50.00
900.00
1,850.00
Section 50 A.
Keeping of liquor in a restaurant....
36
4
18
14
1,200.00
700.00
1,900.00
Section 52.
Unlawfully acting as agent for the
2
2
100.00
	
100.00
Section 53.
Selling or dealing in beer or near-
beer 	
66
9
15
40
2
12,100.00
600.00
12,700.00
Section 6 It-
1
1
50.00
50.00
Section 66 (2).
Liquor in possession of interdicted
1
8
1
7
326.00
325.00
Section 81.
Interdict refusing information as to
4
1
3
	
Section 83.
Interdicted person refusing to give
1
1
Totals	
3,524
ll
149
1,209
1,562
593
$122,055.00
$21,390.00
$143,445.00
 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 45
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police (Section 121).
Section 12.—Allowing Permit to be used by Another Person.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
O cj
. m
O ■&
■6
to ©
cj-o
©    QJ
fl£
©   r-j
oa to
©
in
rn
I
in
s
O
Cj
o
T3
©
9
fa
©
11
©
EG ©
© ©
flT-H1
jH o
MH  ©
>d
©
cd
— 9
a
o
B
Atlin                    	
2
2
1
2
2
1
$100.00
100.00
50.00
$100.00
100.00
Nanaimo :
Vancouver:
50.00
Totals	
5
5
$250.00
$250.00
Section H.—Holding ■ of more than One Permit.
Comox :
1        1
11;::: i::::
l
l
l
1
1
$100.OO |       	
$100.00
50.00 ]
50.00
Vancouver :
50.00 |     	
50.00
Totals	
a I      i .... i   ...... i      s
$200.00 |     	
$200.00
1      1
Section 26 (S).—Infraction of Regulation AJo. 22  (Club Licences).
Fernie :
Balance of district
$1,000.00
$1,000.00
Section 21 (7).—Infraction of Regulation No. 28 (Beer Licences).
Alberni:
1
1
1
1
1
$50.00 |       |          S50.00
Comox:
1
1 |   ....
1
2 |   ....
I
1 |   ....
1
1 j   ....
1
1
I                        1
1
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo 	
Prince Rupert:
1                        |     ""       	
50.00 |      1              50.00
1                          1
50.00 |       |             50.00
Vancouver :
1                        1
50.00 |       1             50.00
Totals	
6
2 1    	
4 1   ....
$200.00 |       |        $200.00
1
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;   giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni 	
Balance of district 	
Atlin	
Cariboo 	
Chilliwack :
Municipality of Chilliwack
Balance of district  ■.	
Comox :
Balance of district 	
13
1|
1,1
10
$900.00
1,200.00
3.000.00
$900.00
1,200.00
3,000.00
 S 46
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly* Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 28.—Selling or offering Liquor for Sale;   giving Liquor for Consideration;
exposing or keeping Liquor for Sale—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
■ 303!
O co
^CCJ
a oj
0JT3
§ a
.3  03
B oj
3/3 O
OJ   03
flor:
Cowicban-Neweastle :
City of Duncan ".	
City of Ladysmith	
Municipality of North Cowichan..
Balance of district 	
Cranbrook :
City of  Cranbrook	
Creston	
Delta :
Municipality of Delta 	
Municipality  of Surrey  	
Municipality of Langley 	
Dewdney :
Municipality of Maple Bidge 	
Balance  of  district  	
Esquimalt:
Balance of district	
Fort George :
City of Prince George 	
Balance of district 	
Kamioops :
City of Kamioops 	
Mackenzie    	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district 	
Nelson :
City of Nelson 	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster 	
Balance of district 	
North Okanagan :
Balance of district 	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Point Grey 	
Municipality of Richmond 	
Rossland-Trail:
City  of Rossland  	
City of Trail 	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich	
Salmon Arm :
Balance of district 	
Similkameen :
Balance, of district	
Skeena	
South Okanagan :
Municipality of Summerland  	
South Vancouver 	
Vancouver :
City  of Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals	
1Q
1
3
7
1
1
4
1
3!
10
i
2
1
12
1
1
140
13
1
39
4
296 |
I 50 |
80
9
$1,800.00
'600.00
1,200.00
300.00
1,200.00
600.00
400.00
1,200.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
GOO.00
2,700.00
2,900.00
300.00
300.00
2,400.00
300.00
600.00
1,200.00
300.00
2,200.00
25,825.00'
3,400.00
$300.00
500.00
300.00
$1,800.00
600.00
1,200.00
300.00
1.200.00
900.00
400.00
1,200.00
300.00
800.00
300.00
■300.00
600.00
2,700.00
2,900.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
2,400.00
300.00
600.00
1,200.00
300.00
2,200.00
25,825.00
3,400.00
179 |  3
$56,625.00 |  $1,100.00 | $'57,725.00
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 47
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly* Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 32.—Purchasing or attempting to purchase Liquor;  taking Liquor for Consideration.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
O  «
yo
© ©
©-a
a a
CJ   Zj
a to
©    r-j
CC to
^7
B  03
CO OJ
03 OJ
fl=3
£8
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook 	
Fernie :
Balance of district 	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert
Balance of district 	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke 	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail 	
Skeena    	
South Vancouver 	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria 	
Totals	
8
1
4
17
1
$50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
250.00
250.00
300.00
50.00
$600.00
21
11
$1,150.00
$600.00
$50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
250.00
250.00
900.00
50.00
$1,750.00
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor.
Chilliwack :
Balance of district	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cowichan-Newcastle:
City of Duncan 	
City of Ladysmith 	
Municipality of North Cowichan..
Cranbrook:
. City of Cranbrook 	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey 	
Esquimalt:
Balance of district	
Fernie :
City of Fernie 	
Balance of district 	
Fort George :
Balance of district 	
Grand  Forks-Greenwood :
Balance of district    ..
Kamioops:
City of Kamioops 	
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie   	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster 	
Balance of district	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver
Richmond-Point Grey 	
Municipality of Point Grey 	
Salmon Arm :
Balance of district  	
1
3
1
1
1
4
1
2
2
1
. 1
2
2
12
9
1|
$50.00
150.00
50.00
275.00
50.00
200.00
50.00
250.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
125.00
100.00
600.00
200.00
125.00
100:00
250.00
50.00 |
$250.00
200.00
$50.00
150.00
50,00
275.00
50.00
200.00
50.00
250.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
125.00
100.00
600.00
450.00
125.00
100.00
250.00
200.00
50.00
 S 48
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly* Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 35.—Possession of Unsealed Liquor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
"to en
o a,
. 3/3
O C3J
^CJ
© ©
-j-a
fl fl
© ©
fl   TO
© 3
m rn
©
m
TO
1
TO
5
o
d
O
■d
©
a
•d
©
d
©
V
+j>
a* ©
© ©
a:=!
ri o
tC( ©
■d
OJ
rt.
— o
pq oj
O
Similkameen :
Balance of district 	
1
3
5
136
i
8
1
3
5
45
82
$50.00
150.00
400.00
2,900.00
$50.00
150.00
400.00
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver 	
$4,500.00
7,400.00
Totals	
206
4
8
104
90
$6,325.00
$4,950.00
$11,275.00
Section 37.—Consuming Liquor in a Public Place.
Columbia 	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook 	
Balance of district 	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey 	
Dewdney :
Municipality of Coquitlam 	
Balance of district	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt  	
Nanaimo :
Balance of district 	
Nelson :
City of Nelson 	
Balance of district  it	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver
Municipality of West Vancouver..
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton 	
South Okanagan:
Municipality of Summerland 	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Yale:
City of Merritt 	
Totals..
13
7
64 |
36
$50.00
150.00
150.00
100.00
50.00
150.00
100.00
50.00
100.00
350.00
200.00
50.00 f
100.00
150.00
50.00
I
$235.00
300.00
,800.00
$535.00
$50.00
150.00
150.00
100.00
50.00
150.00
100.00
50.00
335.00
350.00
200.00
50.00
100.00
150.00
350.00
$2,335.00
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place.
Alberni:
City of Alberni 	
City of Port Alberni
Balance of district ...
Atlin	
Burnaby   	
Cariboo	
1
34
1]
24
29
4
22 |
1 |
23 |
»
1 I
19
$600.00
25.00 |
610.00 |
250.00 j
50.00 |
$25.00
355.00
500.00
$25.00
955.00
25.00
610.00
750.00
50.00
 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 49
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack	
Municipality of Chilliwack ..
Municipality of Matsqui 	
Balance of district 	
Columbia     	
Comox :
City of Courtenay 	
City of Cumberland 	
Balance of district 	
Cowiehan-Newcastle :
City of Duncan 	
City of Ladysmith	
Balance of district	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook	
Balance of district 	
Creston  _
Delta:
Municipality of Delta 	
Municipality of Langley 	
Municipality of Surrey 	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam 	
Municipality of Coquitlam ....
Municipality of Maple Ridge
Balance of district 	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt ..
Fernie :
Balance of district 	
Fort George :
City of Prince George 	
Balance of district 	
Grand  B'orks-Greenwood :
City of Grand Forks .....
Islands	
Kamioops :
City of Kamioops 	
Balance of district 	
Kaslo-Slocan :
City of Kaslo 	
Balance of district  	
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie   	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo  	
Nelson :
City  of Nelson  	
Balance of district 	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster ....
Balance of district 	
North Okanagan :
City of Vernon  	
16
17
10
8
4
1
14
4
17
38
19
1
4
6
1
11
26
oz
1
122
1
10
13
13
11
1|
1|
13
1
13
17
7
4
1
13
27
13
18
21
10
10
$325.00
25.00
325.00
450.00
125.00
25.00
600.00
50.00
350.00
100.00
1,525.00
395.00
25.00
25.00
150.00
50.00
220.00
100.00
25.00
375.00
50.00
375.00
775.00
350.00
25.00
50.00
475.00
50.00
225.00
25.00
325.00
675.00
525.00
1,000.00
25.00
1,250.00
25.00 ]
I
250.00 |
$75.00
25.00
275.00
1,425.00
$400.00
25.00
325.00
450.00
125.00
25.00
600.00
50.00
350.00
100.00
1,550.00
395.00
25.00
25.00
150.00
50.00
220.00
100.00
25.00
375.00
50.00
375.00
775.00
350.00
25.00
50.00
750.00
50.00
225.00
25.00
325.00
675.00
525.00
1,000.00
25.00
2,675.00
25.00
250.00
 S 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX ~B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 38.—Drunk in a Public Place—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
qj OJ
03 iO
R fl
O. Oj
fl So*
OJ 3
Zfl V.
North Vancouver :
City of North Vancouver 	
Municipality of North Vancouver
Municipality of West Vancouver..
Omineca	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Balance of district 	
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke 	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond 	
Municipality of Point Grey 	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Rossland 	
City of Trail 	
Saanich :
Municipality of Saanich 	
Salmon Arm :
City of Salmon Arm 	
Balance of district 	
Similkameen :
Municipality   of  Penticton   	
Balance of district  	
Skeena   	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna 	
Balance of district 	
South Vancouver 	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria 	
Vale :
City of Merritt  '.	
Balance of district 	
Totals..
11
6
20
1
106
4
38
20
3
10
19
31
21
4
14
1,359
114
4
21
20
20
1
11
15
27
842
63
19
3
5
15
26
19
3
14
199
49
3
20
301
1,106
1,019
J_
J_
$50.00
125.00
500.00
50.00
2,225.00
100.00
300.00
225.00
75.00
150.00
485.00
75.00
125.00
50.00
200.00
375.00
715.00
500.00
75.00
375.00
4,975.00
1,275.00
75.00
525.00
$175.00
50.00
275.00
200.00
7,525.00
$225.00
175.00
500.00
50.00
2,225.00
100.00
575.00
225
00
275
00
150.00
485
00
75.00
125.00
50.00
200.00
375.00
715.00
500.00
75.00
375.00
12,500.00
1,275.00
75.00
525.00
$26,900.00
$10,905.00
$37,805.00 ,
Section 39.—Sales to Persons under the Influence of Liquor.
1 1   ....
1
1
$50.00 j     	
$50.00
Prince Rupert :
City of Prince Rupert 	
1         f
1 |   .... |   ....
50.00       	
50.00
2 1
1        2
$100.00 |
$100.00
Section Jf0.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni 	
Atlin      	
Cariboo	
Cowiehan-Newcastle:
Municipality of North Cowichan
I
$300.00
I
300.00
$300.00
300.00
 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 51
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section J/0.—Supplying Liquor to a Minor-—Continued.
Electoral District.
Disposition.
o a
y-j
CO 03
OJ 03
CB
Eo
Cranbrook :
City  of  Cranbrook  	
Dewdney :
Balance of district 	
Esquimalt:
Municipality of Esquimalt 	
Fort George:
City of Prince George 	
Balance of district	
Islands 	
Kamioops :
City of Kamioops 	
Mackenzie	
Lillooet 	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver
Municipality of West Vancouver
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail 	
Skeena   	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Yale :
City of Merritt	
Totals.	
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
11
2
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
1
■5
3
3
1
13
$100.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
300.00
300.00
$600.00
1,250.00
1,100.00
1,000.00
$6,750.00
J_
$100.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
1,250.00
1,100.00
1,000.00
$6,750.00
Section 41.—Disqualified Persons (Indian Act) unlawfully upon Premises of
Government Liquor Store.
Prince Rupert:
4
1
1
3
1
$150.00
$150.00
Vancouver :
1             I
~-|      1    	
$50.00
'50.00
Totals
5
1
3
1
$150.00
$50.00
$200.00
Section 1/2.—Supplying Liquor to a Disqualified Person.
Fort George :
City of Prince George
T
$50.00
$50.00
Section 43.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person.
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook 	
Dewdney :
Balance of district 	
Fort George:
City of Prince George
1-1
I
1
I
1|
$300.00 j
I
300.00 |
$300.00
300.00
 S 52
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 43.—Supplying Liquor to an Interdicted Person—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
o|
d a
y-j
d
© ©
©^
fl fl
© ©
fl w
© 0
m w
d
©
m
TO
a
in
o
d
0
■d
©
.5
©
_ ©
si
©
TO ©
© ©
£8
d
d   -
—1 ®
«1
-O0
o
B
North Okanagan :
1
o
1
o
1
1
2
1
1
l
l
l
l
$50.00
$50.00
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail 	
300.00
300.00
300.0-0
300.00
South Okanagan :
300.00
Victoria :
300.00
	
Totals	
11
0
6
$1,550.00
$1,550.00
L_
Section ^4.—Interdicted Person making Application for a Permit;  Interdicted
Person upon Licensed Premises.
Rossland-Trail :
Citv of Trail
1
1
1
1
....
$50.00
50.00
$50.00
Vancouver :
50.00
Totals                        	
2
2
$100.00
$100.00
|_
Section 46.—Improper Use of Permit.
Cranbrook :
1
0
1
9
1
1
1
$50.00
50.00
$50.00
Similkameen :
|
1
50.00
1
1
	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver 	
50.00
50.00
Totals                        	
6 1   ..
3 1    ......
$150.00
$150.00
Section 47.—Permitting Drunkenness;  giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor.
Alberni:
City of Port Alberni ....
Atlin  	
Cowiehan-Newcastle :
City of Ladysmith 	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam
Fernie :
City of Fernie 	
Fort George :
City of Prince George ..
Lillooet 	
Mackenzie 	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo 	
$195.00
75.00
50.00 I
50.00 I
I
50.00 I
100.00 I
50.00 j
50.00 I
50.00
I
$195.00
75.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 53
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 47.—Permitting Drunkenness;  giving Liquor to a Person under the
Influence of Liquor—Continued.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
o«
.  3/3
O Ci
y-j
■d
o oj
fl fl
B A
fl m
03   p
3/0 CO
■d
OJ
CO
CO
s
S
o
330
a
B
©
d
—i *
|s
CQ ©
d
TO O         *
fl^:
•H o
Bo   ©
■d
^ oj
§»
B oj
303
OO
o
t-i
Nelson :
l
i
i
l
7
o
i
i
i
2
1
1
2
4
$50.00
$50.00
Prince Rupert:
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality  of Richmond  	
Rossland-Trail:
City  of  Rossland	
Vancouver:
50.00
50.00
100.00
$200.00
300.00
Victoria :
Totals           	
28 1   ....
6
2
16
4
$870.00
S200.00 1     SI.070.00
'
Section 48.—Keeping or consuming Liquor in any Part of an Inn other than
Private Guest-room.
Atlin	
Chilliwack :
City of Chilliwack 	
Columbia	
Comox :
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of Cranbrook 	
Balance of district 	
Fernie :
City  of  Fernie	
Balance of district  	
Fort George :
City of Prince George 	
Kamioops :
City of Kamioops 	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo 	
Nelson :
City of Nelson 	
Balance of district 	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Rossland-Trail:
City of Trail 	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria	
Totals.	
10
14
6'5
|  1
1.1
3 I 10
I
4.) ...
48 | 11
I	
$100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
275.00
175.00
125.00
150.00
100.00
400.00
50.00
110.00
150.00
650.00
100.00
300.00
225.00
$3,060.00
$200.00
550.00
$750.00
$100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
275.00
175.00
125.00
150.00
100.00
600.00
'50.00
110.00
150.00
650.00
100.00
850.00
225.00
1,810.00
 S 54
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from. Police—Continued.
Section 49.—Consumption of Liquor in an Unlicensed Club.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
«H to"
O aj
.  TO
o d
© ©
©-O
fl fl
© ©
fl m
© Q
m to
-d
«
I
s
o
d     •
O
d
©
fa
■d
©
d
—. ^
d
TO ©
©  ©
pas
•H    O
fa ©
•d
©  ■
d
l-H   *
11
d
O
H
Vancouver:
4
2
9
$100.00
$100.00
$200.00
Section 50.—Keeping or having Liquor on Premises of Person engaged in selling
Non-intoxicating Beverages.
Cowiehan-Newcastle :
Balance of district	
Cranbrook:
City of  Cranbrook  	
Fort George :
City of Prince George 	
Kaslo-Slocan :
Balance of district 	
North Vancouver :
Municipality of North Vancouver
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert 	
Richmond-Point Grey :
Municipality of Richmond 	
Similkameen :
Balance of district 	
South Okanagan :
City of Kelowna 	
Vancouver :
City of  Vancouver 	
Totals :	
$50.00
250.00
100.00
250.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
100.00
$50.00
250.00
100.00
250.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
10.00 I        1,000.00
$950.00
$900.00
$1,850.00
Section 50a.—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant.
Atlin 	
Comox :
City of Courtenay 	
Cranbrook:
City of  Cranbrook  	
Fort George :
City of Prince George
Kamioops :
City of Kamioops 	
Nanaimo :
City of Nanaimo 	
Balance of district 	
Prince Rupert:
City of Prince Rupert
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver 	
Victoria :
City of Victoria 	
Totals	
36
18
14
$50.00 j
  I
100.00
100.00
400.00
50.00
50.00
300.00
150.00
$1,200.00
$700.00
$700.00
$50.00
100.00
100.00
400.00
50.00
50.00
1,000.00
150.00
$1,900.00
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 55
APPENDIX B—Continued.
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 52.—Unlawfully acting as Agent for the Purchase or Sale of Liquor.
Disposition.
Electoral District.
o£
. TO
o d
■d
© ©
a fi
© ©
fl   TO
© 3
mm
■d
©
in
in
a
m
5
o
d
O
■d
©
a
-d
©
+-<
d
i—i P
ml'
d
©
TO  ©
©  ©
r1 o
t--( ©
«d
d
__ ©
d
o
Vancouver:
City of Vancouver	
2
\
o
$100.00
$100.00
Section 53.—Selling or dealing in Beer or Near-beer.
Comox :
City of Courtenay 	
Balance of district 	
Cowiehan-Newcastle :
Balance of district 	
Cranbrook :
City of Cranbrook 	
Delta :
Municipality of Surrey	
Dewdney :
City of Port Coquitlam	
Islands   	
Kamioops :
City of Kamioops 	
Lillooet	
New Westminster :
City of New Westminster
Revelstoke :
City of Revelstoke 	
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail 	
Similkameen :
Municipality of Penticton
Balance of district 	
Vancouver :
City of Vancouver  	
Totals	
66
$600.00
600.60
400.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
3.300.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
;5,100.00
"$12,100.00
$300.00
300.00
$600.00
Section 64-—Failure to report Liquor.
$■600.00
600.00
400.00
300.00 '
600.00
300.00
3,300.00
300.00
300.00
600.00
5,400.00
$12,700.00
Burnaby
$50.00 j
$50.00
Section 66 (2).—-Liquor in Possession of Interdicted Person,
2
1
[        1
|        1
|        1
1
|        1
|        1
|        1
...... |        1
1                        I
$50.00 |                             $50.00
Fort George :
1 |   ....
1 j   ....
1 |   ....
1 |   ....
1 1  ....
1 |   ....
25.00 |         ...           |             25.00
Grand 'Forks-Greenwood :
City of Grand Forks 	
50.00 |      [             50.00
Nelson :
50.00 |         .              |            50.00
Prince Rupert:
50.00 |                                     50 00
50.00 1                                     50 00
50.00 |                                     50.00
Totals	
8
1
1        7
$325.00 |                        |        $325.00
 S 50
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX B—Continued:
Prosecutions, compiled from Monthly Reports received from Police—Continued.
Section 81.—Interdict refusing Information as to Source of Supply.
>
Disposition.
Electoral District.
O    QJ
6 3333
d
03 OJ
ojffl
n a
OJ OJ
rt a
fl CO
03 O
Tfl m
OJ
CO
a
m
3
Q
d
■d
©
-d
o
+o
d
_ 9
|1
■d
©
TO ©
© ©
a-i o
l-rt ©
d
©
d
—i 9
^ to
o
1
1
1
1
i
1
1
1
Cranbrook :
Rossland-Trail :
City of Trail
Totals	
4
i
3
Section 83.—Interdicted Person refusing to give Evidence.
1    I    T
Fernie :
Balance of district
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 57
APPENDIX C.
Regulations made by the Liquor Control Board during the Period April 1st, 1927, to
March 31st, 1928.
Reg.
No.
Subject.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
35
36
Group Insurance 	
Returns by Brewers
Vol.  LXVII.,  No.   26,  page 2129.
Vol.   LXVII.,   No.   29,   page  2460.
Regulation No. 35.
(1.) Life insurance, either in the form of group
insurance or in some other form as may be agreed
on between the Board and the insurance company,
shall be provided for the officers and employees of
the Board in some life-insurance company or companies carrying on business in British. Columbia;
all premiums and expenses of procuring the same to
be payable out of the funds of the Board.
(2.) The officers and employees of the Board to
whom this regulation shall apply shall be those
only who are members of the permanent staff of
the Board, appointed by the Board or otherwise
appointed under the " Government Liquor Act."
(3.) The amount of insurance to be provided for
each officer or employee, respectively, shall be in
accordance with a classification to be agreed on
between the Board and the insurance company.
Regulation No. 36.
The following provisions shall apply in respect
of the delivery of beer within the Province by
brewers, the conveyance or carrying of beer within
the Province, the making of returns by brewers
of their sales of beer, and for the checking of the
accuracy of any such returns:—
1. In this regulation " barrel" shall include
keg; and " Inspector " shall mean any Inspector
appointed under the " Government Liquor Act."
2. No beer shall be delivered or be conveyed or
carried from a brewery, brewery agency, or ware-
bouse otherwise than by a common carrier by railway or water, unless a serially numbered delivery
slip thereof on a form obtained from the Board, in
Form A in the schedule to this regulation, is first
made out in quadruplicate, the four parts thereof
to be numbered (in addition to the serial number)
and to be known respectively as Delivery Slip No.
1, No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4; nor unless the Delivery
Slips Nos. 1, 2, and 3 have been handed to and are
in the possession of the person in charge of the
vehicle by which the beer is conveyed or carried.
3. Delivery Slip No. 4 shall in every case be
retained in the brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse from which the beer is delivered or conveyed
or carried; and every person in charge of the
brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse shall from
time to time, on request of any Inspector or constable, or any officer designated by the Board,
produce for inspection all delivery slips so retained.
4. Every person in charge of a vehicle by which
beer is delivered or conveyed or carried from a
brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse shall:—
(a.) On request of any Inspector or constable,
or any officer designated by the Board, produce for inspection the Delivery Slips Nos.
1, 2, and 3 herein prescribed in respect of
that beer: 4l)
(6.)  On  delivery  of the beer  to  the consignee
thereof,   hand   to   the   consignee   Delivery
Slip No. 2, and obtain the signature of the
consignee to Delivery Slips Nos. 1 and 3:
(c.)   On  so. obtaining  the  signature of the  consignee, forward Delivery Slips Nos. 1 and
3 to the person in charge of the brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse from which
the beer is delivered:
Provided   that  where   the  beer  is   delivered  or
transferred from the vehicle to a common carrier
by railway or water instead of to  the consignee,
or  where   for  any   other   reason   the   signature   of
the consignee cannot be obtained, a memorandum
of  the   facts  shall  be  made  on  the  face  of  the
Delivery Slip No. 1, which shall be returned to the
person in charge of the brewery, brewery agency,
or warehouse, and forwarded to the Board pursuant
to clause 6 of this regulation.
5. Where the consignee who receives any Delivery
Slip No. 2, in respect of beer delivered to him, is
the agent or employee of the brewery from which
the beer is delivered, he shall retain the delivery
slip, and on request of any Inspector or constable,
or any officer designated by the Board, shall from
time to time produce for inspection all delivery
slips so received.
6. Every person in charge of a brewery, brewery
agency, or warehouse from which any delivery or
shipment of beer is made during any week shall on
the Monday forenoon next following forward to the
Board the Delivery Slips No. 1 corresponding to
all deliveries or shipments so made, having thereon
in each case the signature of the consignee or the
memorandum of facts herein prescribed, and accompanied by a return in Form B in the schedule to
this regulation stating the total cfuantity of beer
sold during the last preceding week, and that the
delivery slips so forwarded contain a full and true
statement of all deliveries or shipments of beer
from the premises of the brewery, brewery agency,
or warehouse during the last preceding week, except
only such other deliveries or shipments as are set
out in the return, and setting out in detail all
deliveries or shipments of beer from the brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse made during the last
preceding week other than those covered by the
delivery slips forwarded with the return.
7. No person shall use any vehicle for the purpose of delivering, conveying, or carrying beer
from a brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse
unless the vehicle is so constructed as to permit
a clear view of the contents of the vehicle from
each side and from the rear of the vehicle.
8. No delivery or removal of beer shall be made
from the premises of any brewery, brewery agency,
or warehouse:—
(a.) At any time before seven o'clock in the
forenoon or after seven o'clock in the afternoon of any day:
 S 58
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
(6.) On any Sunday, Good Friday, or Christmas
Day:
(c.) During the time the poll is open on any
day on which polling takes place at any
Dominion or Provincial election held in the
electoral district in which the brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse is situate:
(ci!.) During the time the poll is open on any
day on which polling takes place at any
municipal election held in the municipality
in which the brewery, brewery agency, or
warehouse is situate:
(e.) During such other periods and on such other
days as the Board may in writing direct.
9. No barrel containing draught beer shall be
shipped or removed from a brewery unless the
barrel is first sealed by firmly affixing a serially
numbered shipping seal obtained from the Board,
in Form C in the schedule to this regulation, over
the spigot-hole or tapping bushing at the head of
the barrel. Before any shipping seal is so affixed
the person in charge of the brewery shall cause it
to be perforated with letters and figures of at least
one-quarter of an inch in height so as to indicate
the initials of the person or corporation operating
the brewery, and the date on which the barrel is
shipped or removed from the brewery.
10. Every person in charge of a brewery shall
keep true registers of all shipping seals obtained
from the Board and of all shipping seals used
pursuant to this regulation, which registers shall
be in Form D and Form E in the schedule to this
regulation respectively. In case any shipping seals
in the possession of a brewer become damaged or
defaced or otherwise unfit for use, a memorandum
of the facts shall be entered in the register Form
F, and the seals shall be retained for disposition
by an Inspector.
11. In addition to the returns which brewers are
required to make under clause 6 of this regulation,
every brewer licensed by the Government of Canada
who manufactures beer within the Province shall,
on the first day of each month, forward to the
Board a true copy of every excise tax return in
Form B 93 filed by him during the last preceding
month pursuant to the " Inland Revenue Act" of
Canada, and of every supplementary or amending
excise tax return so filed, duly verified by statutory
declaration in Form F in the schedule to this
regulation.
12. Every person in charge of a brewery, brewery
agency, or warehouse shall from time to time, on
request of any Inspector or constable, or any officer
designated by the Board, admit the Inspector, constable, or officer to all parts of the brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse for the purpose of
making inspections therein and for the checking
of the accuracy of returns made by any brewer;
and shall thereupon produce and submit to the
Inspector, constable, or officer for his inspection all
books, documents, and records kept therein and -all
beer had or kept therein; and shall furnish to the
Inspector, constable, or officer such assistance as
may be required by him for the making of any
inspection of the beer so had or kept.
13. The foregoing provisions of this regulation
shall come into force and take effect on and from
the first day of August, 1927.
SCHEDULE.
' GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
FORM A.
Brewer's Delivery Slip.
Serial No..
Delivery Slip No..
I   hereby   certify   that   beer   in   the   containers  and
quantities following, namely : barrels,
half-barrels, quarter-barrels, bottles,
is   being   shipped   this   day   from   [name   of   brewery,
brewery  agency,  or warehouse}   at ,   B.C.,  to
[name  of  consignee]   at ,  B.C.,  in  charge  of
[name  of driver oj vehicle], in a vehicle  the motor-
licence number of which is
Dated this day of , 19       .
(Signature of person in charge of brewery,
brewery agency, or warehouse.)
Received the beer above mentioned.
Consignee.
'■' GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR ACT.'
FORM B.
Brewer's Weekly Return.
Canada:
Province of British Columbia. .
To Wit :
I, , of , in the Province of British
Columbia,  do  solemnly declare :—
1. That I am [state official position of declarant],
and am in charge of the premises known as [state
name of brewery, brewery agency, or warehouse],
situate at
2. That the total quantity of beer delivered or
shipped from the said premises during the week last
preceding the date of the making of this declaration
is [state number of bottles, kegs, barrels, or other
containers].
3. That  the delivery slips,   serial  numbers
to ,   inclusive,    hereto    annexed,    contain    an
accurate statement of all beer delivered or shipped
from the said premises during the said week, except
only such other deliveries or shipments as are hereinafter set out.
4. That the following deliveries or shipments of
beer, as to which no delivery slips were made out,
were made from the said premises during the said
week :—
-173 &
©  TO CJ
Quantity.
Is!
,
%-,.
|z;-3 2
CO
O to
s*3
03
a 2
OJ.S
o ©
a oj
Q§o
M
Wo=
a%
WW
yo
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously
believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the
same force and effect as if made under oath and by
virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared  before  me  at
of , 19      .
(Signature of declarant.)
,  this day
A  Commissioner for taking Affidavits within
British Columbia, Notary Public, etc.
N.B.—This   return    must   be   completed   and   forwarded  to  the  Liquor  Control  Board not later than
the^Monday  foreneon   following  the  week  in  which
thejuelfveries or shipments were made.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 59
APPENDIX C—Continued.
' GOVERNMENT  LIQUOR ACT."
FORM  C.
Shipping Seal.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT
MALT
LIQUOR
A/a
MALT
LIQUOR
/Vo.	
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT.'
FORM D.
Register of Shipping Seals obtained.
Name   of   brewery,   brewery   agency,   or   warehouse
Address
Date
obtained
from
Board.
Serial Numbers.
From.
To.
Initials of
Person
making
Entry.
" GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
FORM E.
Rkgister of Shipping  Seals used.
Name  of   brewery,   brewery   agency,   or  warehouse
Address
Date
Seals
Serial Numbers.
Initials of
Person
making
Entry.
used.
From.
To.
: GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT."
FORM F.
Brewer's Monthly Return.
Canada:
Province of British Columbia.
To Wit:
I, , of , in  the Province of British
Columbia, [official position], do solemnly declare that
the [number] sheets of paper hereto attached contain
true copies of all excise tax returns in Form B 93
(including supplementary or amending returns) filed
by [name of brewer] during the last preceding calendar month pursuant to the " Inland Revenue Act "
of Canada ; and I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that
it is of the same force and effect as if made under
oath and by virtue of the " Canada Evidence Act."
Declared  before  me  at
of , 19      .
(Signature of declarant.)
,  this day
A  Commissioner for taking Affidavits within
British Columbia, Notary Public, etc.
N.B.—This return must be forwarded to the Liquor
Control Board on the first day of the month following
that covered by the return.
 S GO
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C~Continued.
Amendments to Regulations published in Previous Reports.
Reg.
No.
Subject.
B.C. Gazette Reference.
21
21
Hours of sale at Government Liquor Stores	
Vol.
Vol.
Vol.
LXVII.,   No.   14,   page
LXVII.,   No.   20,   page'
LXVII.,   No.   29,   page
1063.
1589.
28
2462.
Amendment to Regulation No. 21.
Pursuant to the provisions of sections 3 and 22. of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act,
1927," Regulation No. 21 of the Liquor Control Board, approved by Order in Council No. 1381 on the
24th day of December, 1925, be amended by adding after the last line of section (1)  the following:—
" Provided that the hours during which the Government Liquor Stores situate at 602 and 604
Robson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, shall be kept open for the sale of liquor shall be:—
" On every week-day other than Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight.
" On every Saturday, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m."
Amendment to Regulation No. 21.
Pursuant to the provisions of sections 3 and'22 of the " Government Liquor Act Amendment Act,
1927," Regulation No. 21 of the Liquor Control Board, approved by Order in Council No. 1381 on the
24th day of December, 1925, be amended by adding after the last line of section  (1)  the following:—
" Provided also that on and after the 25th day of May, 1927, the hours during which the Government Liquor Store situate at 219-221-225 Hastings Street East, Vancouver, British Columbia, shall
be kept open for the sale of liquor shall be :—
" On every week-day other than Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight.
" On every Saturday, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m."
Amendment to Regulation No. 28.
Pursuant to section 119 of the " Government Liquor Act," Regulation No. 28 of the Liquor Control
Board, approved by Order in Council No. 113 on the 2nd day of February, 1925, be amended by adding
to clause (t) of section 2 of the said regulation the words :—
" Each licensee shall enter in the register so kept by him the serial number of the delivery slip
prescribed by Regulation No. 36 of the regulations made by the Board accompanying each delivery of
beer received by him; and shall retain such delivery slips received by him, and produce the same for
inspection from time to time to each official who inspects the register."
And that the said Regulation No. 28 of the Board be further amended by adding to section 2 of
the sa;d regulation the following clauses:—
{bb.)   No licensee shall have or keep in, on, or about his licensed premises any keg or barrel
co.'l.aining draught beer to which the shipping seal prescribed by said Regulation No. 36 is not affixed.
"(cc.) No licensee shall remove from any keg or barrel any shipping seal which has been affixed
to it pursuant to said Regulation No. 36.
"(dd.) In tapping every keg or barrel of draught beer the faucet or tapping device through which
the beer is to be drawn shall be inserted through the shipping seal affixed to the keg or barrel pursuant
to said Regulation No. 36 in such a manner as to deface the shipping seal, or, if the beer is to be drawn
through the spigot-hole or bung-hole in the side of the keg or barrel, a faucet shall also be inserted
through the shipping seal so affixed at the head of the keg or barrel, or the shipping seal shall be
defaced by cutting away the part thereof only which covers the spigot-hole or tapping bushing at the
head of the keg or barrel."
 REPORT OP LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 61
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Peice-lists  (Orders in Council) passed during the Period April 1st, 1927, to
Mabch 31st, 1928.
Price-list.
O.C. No.
Approved.
Remarks.
No.   1.        1                                             	
438
560
29-4-1927
31-5-1927
Amendment.
677
11-7-1927
Amendment.
701
20-7-1927
Amendment.
848
29-8-1927
Amendment.
950
30-9-1927
oVmendment.
1061
26-10-1927
oVmondment.
1147
19-11-1927
Amendment.
1256
15-12-1927
Amendment.
1295
29-12-1927
Amendment.
156
22-2-1928
Amendment.
209
7-3-1928
Amendment.
277
22-3-1928
oVmendment.
No.  3	
678
11-7-1927
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 1.
Item No.
156. King George IV. Old Scotch (R.Q.)  $4.25
749.  Chambertin Superieur Burgundy   (Still)   (qt.)  1.50
927. Carlshamm's  Swedish Punch  3.75
Canadian Wines.
794. Vin Soleil  (gal.)  2.50
795. Vin Soleil (R.Q.) 50
796. Vin Supreme  (gal.)  2.50
797. Vin Supreme  (R.Q.) 50
798. Logana  (gal.)  2.50
,   799. Logana  (R.Q.) 50
Wines—Miscellaneous.
679. Madeira, Kopke's Fine Old Dry  (qt.)  2.50
Canadian Rye.
Case Goods—R.Q.
228. Seagram's 83  3.50
Bitters.
851. Ross' Orange Bitters  (qt.)  2.75
Liqueurs.
836. Creme de Cassis Nuyens  2.50
849. Maraschino Nuyens  2.75
850. Bittermint Neissens  2.00
853.  Blackberry  Brandy   (Ross)  3.00
859. Cherry Brandy, Westminster  3.00
860. Blackberry  Brandy,  Westminster  3.00
865. Table Verte L'Abbe Francais  2.75
900. Advocaat,  Fockink  3.00
904. Curacao Orange Triple Sec, Fockink  4.00
905. Curacao Orange Triple No. 5, Fockink  3.50
907. Cherry Brandy,  Fockink  3.00
908. Creme de Menthe, Fockink  3.75
909. Kummel Allash, Fockink  2.75
911. Half and Half, Fockink  2.00
912. Hubertine, Fockink  3.75
913. Liqueur Imperiale, Yellow, Fockink  3.75
914. Liqueur Imperiale, Green, Fockink  3.75
915. Peppermint,  Merveille's  3.50
916. Royal Orange Extra Dry, Fockink  3.75
917. Punch au Rhum, Fockink  2.75
918. Punch au Whisky, Fockink  2.75
890. Apricot Brandy, Marie Brizard & Roger  3.75
888. Peach Brandy, Marie Brizard & Roger  3.75
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Amendment.
Addition.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
'Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
 S 02
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Item No Wines—Miscellaneous.
705. Melini's Chianti (litre)     $0.90
725. Melini's Chianti (% litre) 50
706. Ruffino Chianti  (litre) •. 90
726. Ruffino Chianti (% litre) , 50
Liqueurs.
928. Field's Sloe Gin       3.75
Canadian Wines.
788. Myrtena   (gal.)       2.50
789. Myrtena   (R.Q.) . 50
Scotch Whisky.
Bulk, L.C.B.
6. L.C.B.  Scotch   (gal.)     22.50
7. L.C.B. Scotch  (I.Q.)       5.75
9. L.C.B.  Scotch   (16-oz.)       2.50
19. L.C.B. 1 Crown (gal.)  20.50
20. L.C.B. 1 Crown (I.Q.)  5.25
21. L.C.B. 1 Crown (R.Q.)  3.50
22. L.C.B. 1 Crown (16-oz.)  -2.25
23. L.C.B. 2 Crown (gal.)  21.50
24. L.C.B. 2 Crown (I.Q.)  5.50
25. L.C.B. 2 Crown (R.Q.)  3.75
26. L.C.B. 2 Crown (16-oz.)...:  2.35
27. L.C.B. 3 Crown (gal.)  22.50
28. L.C.B. 3 Crown (I.Q.)  5.75
29. L.C.B. 3 Crown (R.Q.)  4.00
30. L.C.B. 3 Crown (16-oz.)  2.50
Canadian Wines.
786. Sparkling Loganberry   (R.Q.)..       1.75
787. Sparkling Loganberry  (pt.)       1.00
Liqueurs.
929. Cointreau   (1  litre)       4.50
Scotch Whisky.
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
158. Findlater's Old Liqueur .'.       4.50
159. Findlater's Special       4.25
167. Findlater's Special '       4.50
Gin.
Case Goods—Reputed Quart.
409. Findlater's London Dry       3.50
Port.
Case Goods—Quart.
629. Findlater's Three Diamond       2.75
Sherry.
Case Goods—Quart.
684. Findlater's Dry Club       1.75
■ ' Wines—Miscellaneous.
685. Findlater's Rich Selected Madeira  (qt.)       2.25
Brandy.
Case Goods—Quart.
462. Findlater's Normandin 1865 Vintage       7.50
Port.
Case Goods—Quart.
630. Findlater's Mitre       2.25
631. Findlater's  4  Diamond       3.00
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Addiiton.
Addition.
Addition.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
. Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 63
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Amendments and Additions to Price-list No. 1—Continued.
Item No.          •                                                Vermouth.
876. Findlater's Noilly Prat (litre)     $2.50
Cider.
813. Findlater's Buhner's Pomagne (doz. pts.)     11.00
Additions to Price-list No. 3.
Cranbrook Brewery Ale.
Schedule Selling-price for Ale (Pints).
Item No.                                                                                              Doz. Pts. Per Bot.
9. Cranbrook     $2.40 $0.20
17. Invermere      2.60 .25
18. Kaslo     2.60 .25
64. Yahk      2.50 .25
66. Kimberley      2.50 .25
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Addition.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control BooiKD as at March 31st, 1928.
Premises,
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Administrative Offices.
Victoria :
409-417, 423, and 400b Bel
mont Building	
Warehouses.
Victoria.	
Vancouver	
Government Liquor Stores.
oVbbotsford 	
oishcroft	
Any ox	
Alice Arm	
Atlin      	
Campbell River...	
Coalmont 	
Chilliwack	
Cumberland	
Cranbrook	
Courtenay	
Cloverdale	
Duncan	
Esquimalt	
Fernie	
Greenwood	
Golden	
Grand Forks	
Hope	
Invermere 	
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Kamioops	
Kimberley 	
Keremeos	
Langlcy Prairie	
1-6-27
-26
1-11-26
3
years
1-8-27
1-8-27
1-12-26
1-8-26
15-3-27
2
2
3
2
years
years
years
years
years
20-7-26
1-12-26
28-2-27
3
3
2
years
years
years
10-8-26 ■
2
years
1-6-27
15-6-26
1-12-27
1
2
2
year
years
years
1-2-28
1-7-27
1 year
2 years
3 years
2 years
$210.00
750.00
50.00
50.00
85.00
20.00
25.00
35.00
30.00
75.00
50.00
75.00
50.00
50.00
35.00
35.00
55.00
35.00
50.00
55.00
35.00
25.00
30.00
75.00
75.00
65.00
30.00
50.00
L.C.B.  property.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
 S 64
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C— Continued.
Premises purchased, leased, and rented by Liquor Control Board as at Makch 31st, 1928
—Continued.
Premises.
City or Town.
Lease.
Date of
Commencement.
Duration.
Monthly
Rental.
Remarks.
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued.
Lillooet ,	
Ladysmith....-	
Ladner	
Maillardville	
Mission	
Michel	
M'cBride...J    	
Merritt	
Nelson	
New Westminster	
North Vancouver	
Nanaimo	
Oliver	
prince Rupert 	
Prince George	
Princeton	
Pouce Coupe 	
Quesnel	
Port Alberni	
Powell River ,	
Penticton	
Parks ville	
Port Coquitlam	
Rossland	
Revelstoke	
Smithers	
Stewart -	
Sidney...	
Salmon Arm	
South Westminster	
Telegraph Creek	
Trail -	
Terrace —
Vancouver:
808 Pender Street 	
210-221-225 Hastings Street
758 Powell Street	
602-604-608 Robson Street...
65-67 Cordova Street	
869 Beatty Street	
1213 Granville Street	
Victoria :
709 Johnson Street	
Humboldt Street	
Vernon 	
Williams Lake	
Yahk	
15-8-26
10-3-28
1-9-27
1-1-27
1-7-27
1-11-27
15-S-25
1-10-26
1-6-26
1-10-26
1-8-27
1-9-26
1-11-26
1-3-27
1-0-20
1-8-27
1-12-26
1-0-25
115-4-2 7
1-12-26
1-12-25
15-6-26
1-7-27
1-7-27
17-9-26
15-7-26
1-7-27
1-6-27
1-10-26
1-10-26
2 years
1 year
3 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
1 year
2 years
2 years
2 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
3 years
19y2 mos.
2 years
3 years
2 years
1 year
2 years
2i/2  years
2 years
3 years
1 year
3 years
35.00
45.00
40.00
25.00
50.00
35.00
60.00
150.00
125.00
40.00
150.00
45.00
125.00
100.00
80.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
95.00
75.00
25.00
65.00
40.00
3 years
50.00
90.00
25.00
50.00
50.00
120.00
40.00
75.00
200.00
575.00
100.00
450.00
130.00
225.00
150.00
162.50
130.00
80.00
55.00
44.00
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
1 Monthly tenancy.
I Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
L.C.B. property.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Government Agent's Office.
Monthly tenancy.
 REPORT OF LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1927-28.
S 65
P
5
P
Q
fc
<l
in
M
o
Q
Bi
*3*
K?   00
r~ c*
w   OJ
5   rH
t>    H
<? s
rt co.
£  W
g  3
8  <l
B    °
13
R *
00
5
o tB
S~
a ih
a
01
i     f4
j
1 s
p^
o
O    hj
1 2
K «|
p
°  o
y
K    O
~
-x a
B
« r.
B
Xs &•
<
31   H
5 a
« h
h o
W K
ib a
* 1
PQ   Q
a §
pa (B
o
P
&
PS
o
~\
Bi
EH
K
K
%
H
H
«l
H
05
■H
1-
Oj tH
cc
CO   300
i-
Cj
o
Th
■H
-f
K
©Ortt-K5NrtOiCC
oi cj a
o
4-J
O
TrtTrt'rt'H--iC<l(MTrtCq
iM  N rt
CN
03
ri
(N~
£
-fl
O
rn
04-J
t3 m
HOOt-lOMOOt-
00  CD  Ol
CO
t-CDOJrtONIOCO^
rt o •*
rt
rti
t: bfl
HHrtri  HH
T-i  ri  ri
"*
-rt
6 S
r-i
Q
Q
03
b
o
fXJCDlOrt^t-QOlOrt^QO
CO  Ci  00
CO
t»-rj
(M                rrt         irt  rrt  rrt rrt
tq rt
t-
rH
K
Tr-t-t-rt^   IO CO  t>  CO  ©
CO  CM  00
CO
O
H
(M  rl  ri  (M   IN H         CM  -*
TJ,     IO     rt
o
CO
cc
0>+j
■rtj «.'
w fcB
-J-1 CJD
3 fi
«J
O E
£
3
Q
o
OJ to
£0
ss
tH
Mrv^J
w
PM
3
o
oJ'S
H
o
O M
Ci   H  M  ID  I-  Tt*  ^  If.   a
ri   •*&   iO
05
r^
■gM
r-i   ri   ri
05
Cd  7;
T"  f-i
£■§
w fi
WOTtiOiCOffiMMN
CJ   CO   CO
05
rt  rt  rt  rt  rt                CM  CN
CO co
©
CN
£>
«j
Ortt-aaiOrtiort
CO  t-  CO
*-n
o
•^oi       rt rt rt -rti cn cc
CO  CM   H
<D
CO
H
0«
■c m
rn bfl
+-1 ta
»
= P   '
-<
°s
a
II
:    :    \ ri    :         : rt
CN
3/3 r^
3 a
w
<=>
a
£
oj <»
o
§S
fc
o be
00  O  CO
MHH   Cl   '
Cl
O
•^
o be
CO
t>
fi =j
ci *-i
>P
Bh
"2
S O
O-v-j
iMIOrPOOI-COOf)^
H  t-'O
<M
2 fi
CO  ri         rtrtrtrt^CICi-
CO CN  rt
t*
fi  QJ
cq
$>
si
b-
00
cc
a
cq
CN
-u
o
OS
05
O
%
ri
T
c
-3
>
^
1
■-
0-
G
- E
-
<
to
OJ
l    ?
a)   t
OQ C
B
a
i
c
r-
c
!
<
rt
rt
'           1
F
1
I
e
 S 66
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
APPENDIX C—Continued.
Statement op Permits issued from April 1st, 1927, to March 31st, 1928.
Variety.
Number
issued.
Price.
Amount.
Individual Liquor Permits	
Individual Malt Liquor Permits	
Permits for Druggist, Physician, Dentist, or Veterinary
Permits for Ministers of the Gospel	
Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Scientific Pursuits	
Special Permits  (Banquets, etc.)	
81,847
3,936
59
50
2
594
377
$2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
5.00
$163,694.00
3,936.00
118.00
50.00
4.00
594.00
1,885.00
$170,281.00
 APPENDIX C—Continued.
CHART ILLUSTRATING SALE OF LIQUOR AND ADMINISTRATION OF " GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT," BT ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.
E OP LIQUOR  (INCLUDING  SALES TO BEER LICENSEES).
APPROPRIATION OF PROFITS TO MUNICIPALITIES.
Cith     W 11    Ij lliti s.
$462,505.85    |    13,6;
17,497^
16,76814
13,186^
ADMINISTRATION.
PROSECUTIONS.
JNCES ISSUED.
	
	

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            data-media="{[{embed.selectedMedia}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.bcsessional.1-0368902/manifest

Comment

Related Items