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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ESTIMATES
of Revenue and Expenditure
Fiscal Year Ending March 31
1966
As Authorized by the Legislat
  ESTIMATED REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1966
^Hi^is18
SERVICE
l
BB
51311
51312
51313
51314
51321
51322
51323
51325
51422
51431
51441
51442
51443
Personai
52111
52112
52115
53311
Land Taxes, General:
$5,475,000
3,025,000
4,625,000
165,000
85,000
Improved Land      4,900,000
Wild Lands         190,000
Coal  Land  "A"   and
"B"            85,000
260,000
Land Taxes, Forest:
Forest Land 500,000
Timber Land         750,000
750,000
600,000
E. & N. Railway Belt
Land Tax Act 950,000
Forest Protection Tax        525,000
7,585,000
$8 500 000
Pari Mutuel Betting Tax
1,750,000
1,600,000
101,000,000
2,000,000
2,200,000
Gasoline. Tax
Motive-fuel Use Tax
Fnel-oil Tax
46,000,000
2,500,000
2,250,000
Total, Social Services, Fuel Taxes,
and Corporation Income Taxes and
150,800,000
Succession
37,500,000
56,000,000
9,000,000
174,500,000
35,600,000
46,000,000
9,400,000
Income Taxes (Personal)	
Total, Personal and Corporation In
91,000,000
come Taxes
102,500,000
s, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits ___   24,100,000
Natural Resources:
Game Act—Fees and Licences 2,200,000
23,500,000
2,000,000
 L
ESTIMATED REVENUE,  1965/66
IJSU
SERVICE                             Figg^
ear End**
March 31. 1965
lpRI\_LEO
bs, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or
Roy
alties—Continued
Lands and Forests:
53321
Grazing   Permits   and
130,000
125,000
2,600,000
53322
53323
53325
53326
Fees .        135,000
Land  Leases,   Rentals
Logging Tax      8,500,000
Timber Leases 125,000
Timber Licences 450,000
Timber Royalties      3,000,000
32,160,000
53327
Timber Sales 39,700,000
Minerals:
240,000
53330
53331
Iron-ore Royalties         300,000
Natural-gas   Leases
21,950,000
53332
and Fees 24,000,000
Free   Miners*   Certifi
65,000
53333
cates             90,000
.Mining Receipts, Gen
250,000
53334
53335
eral          300,000
Mining Tax 3,600,000
Unworked   Crown-
granted   Mineral
85,000
Claims 85,000
''S 375 000
Water Resources:
2,800,000
53336
53411
Water Rentals and Recording Fees..     2,800,000
50,000
and Fees  90,000
120,000
53413
Boiler Inspection Fees         125,000
650,000
53415
53417
Companies Branch         700,000
Electrical   Energy  In
360,000
53419
spection Fees        450,000
Fire   Marshal   Act —
280,000
Fees, etc '         280,000
22,000
53423
Fisheries Licences            20,000
100,000
53425
Gas Act Fees 120,000
175,000
53427
53429
Insurance Act 150,000
Insurance Premiums
3,400,000
Tax _  3,425,000
750,000
53431
Law Stamps         750,000
50,000
53435
Marriage Licences           50,000
50,000
53439
53443
Moving Pictures Act           50,000
Municipal Licences,
36,585
Regulated Areas, etc.          50,000
275,000
53447
Probate Fees 275,000
53451
Real Estate Act          35,000
 ESTIMATED REVENUE,
1965/66
L 5
^MMd^iaSe?8
SERVICE
^
|f§fS°
75,000
60,000
Privileg
Ro_
53455
53459
LandSai
54101
54201
54206
54211
54221
54231
CONTMBl
57201
57202
57203
57301
es, Licences, and Naturai
amies—Continued
Other—Continued
Trade Licences	
Sundry  Licences   and
Resources
75,000
60,000
150,000
Total, Privileges, Lid
sources Taxes or Ro
-es and Service Fees:
Sales:
Land Sales	
Sale of Maps and Air
103,593,585
nces, and N
atural Re-
17,490,000
900,000
125,000
1,025,000
3,715,000
825,000
Services:
Administration  Act —
60,000
13o!oOO
125,000
2,700,000
130,000
115,000
Land-clearing Receipts
Land Registry Fees	
Sheriffs' Fees 	
Vital Statistics	
Total, Land Sales and
Court Fees and Fines
Service Fees
4,330,000
4,740,000
775,000
1,587,000
Discount, Premium, and Exchange:
Miscellaneous Interest
1,700,000
29,150
rnoNs from Other Governments (Canai
3A):
29,150
240,000
1,303,265
100,000
150,000
240,00)
1,303,265
Annual Grant per Capita
Annual Grant for Lands Co
Percentage of Power Corpo
Total, Contributions fr
100,000
200,000
nveyed 	
ation Tax
1,872,415
jm Other Go
.emments
1,822,415
 L 6
ESTIMATED REVENUE, 1965/66
I_Sd!iIv_I_ng
SERVICE
iflfff
33,000,000
CONTRI
5810
BUTTONS FROM GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES:
Net Profit, Government Liquor Board (Inc
uding
33,500,000
1,500,000
 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1966
SUMMARY
*_wP
|
ToBeVoted
Total
$464 376
1    r »„,«,.T,n_
$564 640
69S21
.   P__™.«n__,
73 425
__________
^ffi^AgiSS-**,:
J|
61.828
13.     Field Crops andSccd Improvement Branch	
\lm
s
1 s55B5SS^_^_, ;  -
669,000
30       S'fS* and D'n'""- '•''"" A^':-"»«	
£Z
37.     A AttoSySeneral's Office
3£Z
I!
|  ^^^^==E__=
  MAIN ESTIMATES
L 9
9
"v
o,°f                              SERVICE
ToBeVoted
Tota,
1
DDS?f._,^r_?d°A^XtervIces-C.n,/«(e_
>s
E.ju,,.,,,,., v..|.J,:r.; Dependent Children and Expenses	
112 906
'U' Fceolumb1aUCn "" SCrViCeS Grant rc Universily °f BrWsh
■
570,000
Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes	
=^^
ll
121,279,956
23.374
v,";;;"'- ^"S™^	
1707 453
fiZt____T"ehn.f_^	
35 000
Printing Public Accounts. Estimates, Bonds, Revenue Receipts,
10
See Vote 283.
^r__?I°^2__lS,I_^Sb1y Supcrannuation Act-Interest-
ji
-IE
1 Salary Contingencies and Adjustments (All Departments)!-	
15.000
Pow*^ hl_l'bia Fc,Ty Auth°rity Subsidy	
Department op Health Sebvtces and Hospttai Insurance:
47,619,984
fof
55,870,546
576,713
"   PGene?_ias_-vSi.c.'CCS:
RehaMifaurservfcelfteMi^ Grants tor Related Health
ll
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=45t
6,396,729
  MAIN ESTIMATES
L 11
.Hnfjp
Nv.
t°'                              SERVICE
ToBeVoted
Total
1
LaL£___ri___?°""""C''
ll
218,826
1 sii_S__Sdi__S_S-__--	
15g^
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10
Fores. Service:
1,985,2 5
2,268,738
iy
m
pcir_?oiSonZr_duirn
l'-o'ooo
R4^__?^2_rces and p°res,-deveioPment Roads—
794,157
smS^^t	
10000
P_^RJve^_mi_i^St_!S_ZZZ
Water Resources Service-
15,330,038
16,691,737
90*000
*g
Water Investigations Branch	
Water Investigations and Hydraulic Surveys and Projects	
Canada-British Columbia Joint Development Act	
m
""•"iooo"
MuS_lc^___iIActRCSCUrCCS MiniSterS	
1,245,713
2,105,833
^^
J|
21,066,308
208,806
General Administration-Titles and Accounts	
1991444
|^BggE--ZZ!3B5
UM
WiiiM^^^^^
2,890,676
.mDepartment.MuniOpalAirairsforcom,     ,
3 621 372
•Transfer
 ESTIMATED REVENUE, 1965/66
iS-
Nv.
of                             SERVICE
„.-_,
n
41
I
°S^~"
II
5"L750,000
nSgmgf"i!—":
1,750,000
__!:$.
2.030,423
2,154.652
36,758
fig
^m^_______=____=
55,000
§^_^!_^»,._.a-_-
100.1
8.000
Civil Service Commission-
4,266,405
10,503,560
z
5M00
SMf§^^F==
314,530
338,909
.0W4.
ll
t70,000
Pobuc Utilities Commission:
4,912,376
5,209,264
9,493,311
149,060
16.051,733
• 375,893
376.80C
   MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March
31, 19
66
"flllitw!^
SERVICE
*%l
m
$260,000
52,000
LEGISLATION
Members—Indemnities (Code 033):
$338,000
52,000
7,000
4^560
7,500
20,800
5,000
7,320
4,356
Allowance to the Leader of the Opposition
1,500
Salaries:
362,976
4,000
3,100
3,800
50,000
$453,040
3,300
3,100
45,000
Sfvssinnal pmplnyecs
53,700
4,000
1,500
7,000
28,000
1,200
8,000
60,900
4,000
1,000
005   Select Standing Committees	
1,200
6,000
019   Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
47,700
50,700
  PREMIER'.
OFFICE
L 17
Fil_.
liT^§g
SERVICE
<|
_25L»
$17,500
13,380
13,380
5,664
2_>16
Salaries:
Premier and Minister of F
Executive Assistant to the
Economic Research Assist
_EMIER'S OFFICE
$20,000
13,680
13,680
5,940
4,560
3,240
Premipr
int to the Premier	
(6)
57,196
4,825
7,500
(6)
61,100
7,500
$69,521
  5,000
10,000
25,000
AGRICULTURE
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Minister's Office
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense _
Total of Vote 3 —
Votb 4.
General Administration
alaries:
Deputy Minister  17.0<
Administrative Officer 2  7,91
Senior Clerk —  5.3'
Two Clerks 3  9,4<
Clerk-Stenographer 5 _ _ ' 4,Sl
Clerk-Stenographer 3  3.9'
Clerk 1  3,0:
Junior Clerk  2,5:
(9)  53,7!
jxpenses:
001    Office expense  8,0
004   Office furniture and equipment  5,01
007   Advertising and publicity  5,01
013    Printing and publications  9,51
019   Grants and subsidies  25,01
030   Incidentals and contingencies  5,0i
Salaries
tsCommi
Resea
ch Officer
Agric
lturist 3
Resea
ch Officer
ch Officer
Clerk
Stenograp
7,980
6,720
5,814
 L 20
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
■a
ll.wff1*
SERVICE                             Fi!__n_.
»
400
5,500
25,000
10,000
Vote 5.
Markets and Statistics Branch—Continued
Expenses:
001    Office expense  __.               400
202   Travelling expense                   7,000
007   Advertising and publicity (British. Colum-   >__
bia farm products)                         25,000
:   019   Grants and subsidies               10,000
73,372
Total of V. te 5
75 286
Vote 6.
Horticultural Branch
Salaries:
Provincial Horticulturist            10,140
9,480
8,040
87,840
(12)
Agriculturist 2  __.            5,484
Agriculturist 1  . • 5,076
Two Clerks 3 9,336
Two Clerk-Stenographers 3 7,488
Three Clerk-Stenographers 2 10,440
(3)
(1)
(4)
14,844
8,784
3,780
12,816
145,584
2,200
21,000
1,300
3,500
3,000
(24)  159,012
Expenses:
001   Office expense            2,200
202   Travelling expense           22,000
004   Office furniture and equipment                580
176,584
190 792
Plant Pathology Branch
Salaries:
8,760
7,320
3,492
(4)
23,352
3,500
1,000
(4) 25,032
Expenses:
016   Equipment and machinery 1             1,000
28,452
Total of Vote 7
30132
 AGRICULTURE
L 21
F_Ei
ir^i8
SERVICE
FffiW
8,760
7,320
mi
Entomology Branch
Salaries:
14,436
3,960
3,780
Expenses:
(3)
19,860
500
5,000
600
3,500
(6)
39,216
700
7,000
1,500
3,500
1,500
031   Applied research and demonstration	
30,160
53 416
Apiary Branch
Salaries:
6,960
4,560
3,672
6,540
4,356
3,276
001    Office expense                              '/!   -tfiO
(3)
14,172
1,500
600
700
600
800
(3)
15,192
1,500
6,000
300
700
600
019   Expenses of short course
016   Equipment and machinery	
031    Field demonstration	
24,372
30 292
Vote 10.
Live Stock Branch
Salaries:
Live Stock Commissioner and Chief Veterinary
9,060
10,140
41,520
48,540
6,720
9,840
8,400
9,480
39,480
37,920
6,420
6,420
Assistant Live Stock Commissioner	
Animal Pathologist and Veterinary Inspector __
(5)
Superintendent, Dairy Herd Improvement As-
 L 22
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
h§_8.
'S.wes'8
SERVICE
«"»
(2)
(I)
(2)
(2)
7,320
51,624
5,544
5,100
4,896
3,996
21,780
4,212
5,100
3,924
Vote 10.
Live Stock Branch—Continued
Live Stock Inspector 	
7,980
54,516
5,796
5,340
10,248
5,124
4,332
22,800
5^340
4,116
5,586
11,232
11,088
7,200
2.700
2,832
Inspector, Dairy Herd Improvement Associa-
Inspector, Dairy Herd Improvement Associa-
Resident Supervisor	
Senior Clerk              ■■:■■■■■.: .-	
Clerk 2          - '"     :,',;   '■'
Bacteriologist 3 '
Three Bacteriologists 2	
Three Laboratory Technicians	
Three Clerk-Stenographers 3	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 2 	
9,594
3,132
6,768
6,696
2,400
6,336
Clerk 1 	
(52)
7,500
51,000
600
65,000
2,300
13,000
17,000
90,000
12,000
20,000
(57)
318,006
7,500
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment
67,000
2,300
13,000
17,000
111,000
15,000
15,000
022   Transportation 	
031   Veterinary service districts and ftir-farm-
032 Disease prevention and control	
033 Live-stock improvement
554,574
Total of Vote 10                                                              _ i a q__
Vote 11.
Dairy Branch
Salaries:
Dairy Commissioner
9,420
46,860
17,562
3,960
8,760
42,768
15,120
Six Dairy Inspectors
Four Laboratory Technicians 3
Clerk-Stenographer 3
(12)
70,428 |
(12)
 AGRICULTURE
L 23
Fgf
S°
SERVICE
tfgflp
900
13,000
3,500
Vote 11.
Dairy Branch—Conn
|
1,200
13,000
18,500
87,828
Poultry Branch
Salaries:
29^280
5,100
3,780
3,420
9 420
31,920
5,340
3,960
3,312
Resident Supervisor
Expenses:
(8)
50,340
2,000
13,500
1,100
3,200
35,000
(8
53,952
2,500
12,000
750
1,000
38,000
004   Office furniture and equipmentl_l_i±.
105,140
36,000
108,202
69,140
Vote 13.
Field Crops and Seed Improvei
Salaries:
_entB
23,940
6,720
7,344
4,260
8,760
21,780
Agriculturist 2
4,068
Clerk-Stenographer 4                 '
41,028
8,500
2,500
5,000
4,000
001   Office expense	
031   Seed improvement—labour, materials a
(6)
(8)
51,684
9,000
2,500
5,000
4,000
032   Control of noxious weeds—labour, mat
ials, and supplies
033   Field demonstration work
61,828
Total of Vote 13     ,
72,984
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
'^g^^fH*
SERVICE
F»
|p
(1)
6,960
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
VOTE 14.
11,760
12,000
10,308
Farmers' Institutes
)    7,260
500
1,300
1,200
1,500
Expenses:
202   Travelling expense	
11,960
Votb 15.
Women's Institutes
15 0O0
Votb 16.
9,420
8,700
28,836
3,312
(3)
8,760
8,040
28,100
2^988
Clerk-Stenographer 2     "'' ''    '
(10)        65,006
13,000
680
5,000
500
(1
001   Office expense
202   Travelling expense
)  88,308
900
15,000
600
i!ooo
004   Office furniture and equipment	
016   Equipment and machinery	
031   Field demonstration
85,086
Total of Vote 16   ...
Vote 17.
Agricultural Development and Extens
Salaries:
Director
on Branch
10,560
124^96
16,656
7,920
45,432
(12)
9,840
24,120
116,760
6,420
9,636
7.416
39,540
2,850
Two Clerk-Stenographers 3  ,
Thirteen Clerk-Stenographers 2    ...
Clerk 1
(38)
216,582 |
(38)
231,564
 AGRICULTURE
L 25
. __£_.
Is-
SERVICE
FiS
saw
6,000
42,000
1,500
2,000
Votb 17.
Agricultural Development and Extension Bra
6,000
42,000
2,000
tinued
004   Office furniture and equipment	
016   Equipment and machinery	
268,082
283,309
8,760
13,980
10,440
Agricultural Engineering Branc
Salaries:
9,420
15,600
12,240
5,340
7,272
Senior T.lerV
6,696
(8)
44,976
2,500
8,500
2,500
8,000
(8)
49,872
3,000
9,500
500
2,500
8,000
004   Office furniture and equipment	
66,976
73 372
4-H Clubs
8,700
6,456
3^960
2,964
8,040
5,916
11,136
3,780
2,784
Aericultnrist 3
Two Home Economists
Clerk-Stenographer 3
3,500
8,500
10,750
(6)
34,020
3,500
019   Grants, expenses of field-days, Provincial
and National contests, etc
 1                   1
L 26                                ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
-slli-
SERVICE
FS^..5
p
6,500
Vote 19.
4-H Clubs—Continued
170
411    Less proportion paid by Federal Government re prize awards and other sundry
60,906
9,290
64,220
10,050
51,616
Dyking Commission
Salaries:
Dyking Commissioner                        	
9,420
5,340
3,312
11,520
9,120
5,100
2,652
S*nW ^W.   E
(4)        28,392
2,000
3,500
(4)  29,892
2,000
3,500
401   Less contributions by various dyking dis-
33,892
16,946
35,392
17,696
16,946
Vote 21.
Salaries:
Chairman
10,980
6,000
8,700
7,260
23,958
3,960
3,672
10,680
5,780
8,400
22,410
3,780
3,492
(10)        61,502
2,750
10,000
900
(10)  64,530
2,750
2',500
,780
78,152
 AGRICULTURE
L 27
agSmt*
SERVICE
||
•aaar-
95,000
Vote 22.
Votb 23.
115,000
25,000
Votb 24.
Vote 25.
Vote 26.
019    Subsidies on Agricultural Lime	
411    Less proportion payable by Federal Gov-
125,000
70,000
125,000
55,000
Total of Vote 26     ..
Vote 27.
    Federal-Provincial Farm Labour Service
411    Less proportion payable by Federal Gov-
22,000
11,000
22,000
11,000
Total of Vote 27
(a) Colony Farm (Code 2801)
Farm Superintendent                                  9 420
8,760
3,924
Clerk 7.                                                            An6
3,780
181,120
Other farm employees (including casual
001    Office expense           ..                        700.
(52)      197,584
700
850
200
8,500
10,300
004   Office furniture and equipment-.        200
006   Heat, light, power, and water ....      8,500
1,500
020   Maintenance   of  buildings   and
grounds                    ..                    1.500
 ESTIMATES OF. EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
105,000
9,000
50,000
35,000
383,624
____■'
linao.
arm expense .
"J 35,000
sferredtoinsti
Total of Colony Farm _
Farm (Code 2802)
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense
004 Office furniture an.     .  .
006 Heat, light, power, and wi
"16 Equipment and machinery
Mail
luildinj
38,000
031
035
(401
1432
751
3,000
13,000
General farm expense
165,264
35,000
130,254
Less transferred to insti-
177,288
35,000
42,278
Total, Tranquille Farm _
Total of Vote 28	
	
10
10
 AGRICULTURE
L 29
Fi.JS£__
SERVICE                           F^g
Year Ending
March 31,1965
Recoverable Expenditure
Farmers' Land-clearing and Domestic
9,000
650,000
|021    lTrn_ncee_nd'o^_ti^_ of equipment}       650'000
669 000
750
Pound District Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 292, Sec. 25 (2))__
750
Votb 31.
042   Grasshopper-control Act (R.S.B.C. 1960,
8,000
    Less refund of unexpended ad-
           13,000
32,000
Total of Vote 31
32 000
Vote 32.
Code No.
005   Natural  Products  Marketing  (B.C.)  Act  (R.S.B.C.
1,200
1960. Chap. 263, Sec. (1M1
1,200
VOTEJ3.
62,00
82,00 i
043    River-bank Protection
91,000
VOTB 35
16,000
Aid in Construction of Storage Facilities, Farm Commodities—
16,000
 L 30
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Ff_^1_»M8
SERVICE
"W21LW
Vote 36.
Agricultural Rehabujtation and Devel
)pment Act
1,000,01 0
,200,000
411    Less recoverable from Federal Govern-
600 000
Total of Vote 36
600 000
$3 846 087
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 31
~t.
En|ng
SERVICE                              FM_rth3
£
$15,000
5,544
4,284
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Vote 37.
Attorney-General         $17,500
33,248
223,436
(3)        24,828
900
4,000
(3)  27,748
30,628
Votb 38.
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General           18,000
(5)
(1)
(2)
16,200
11,520
13,620
11,940
11,940
General Counsel 14,400
Legislative Counsel                                12,660
General Solicitor 12,240
Assistant General Solicitor                     t -fry       9,060
Four Departmental Solicitors 37,756
Administrative Officer 5 '                          10,140
9,660
6,960
6,960
5,100
8,712
15,264
3,924
3,204
5,244
2,460
Senior Tlerk                                                                                . 14fi
(26)
182,850
11,000
8,000
1,200
(27)  201,736
004   Office furniture and equipment             1,200
203,050
 L 32
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
F___*_^lag
SERVICE                             ^MmX^LWM*
6,500
Vote 39.
030   Incidentals and Contingencies  1             6
Justice and Courts
Vote 40.
Supreme and County Courts
(a) Nanaimo (Code 04001)
Registrar 6,720
Clerk 3        4,560
Clerk-Stenographer 4      4,260< I  I
(3)  15,540
Nelson
Registrar (paid as Government Agent)      	
Clerk 3 (transferred to Government
500
6,420
4,212
(3)
14,700
3,924
(.) New Westminster (Code 04002)
Registrar 2 9,060
(1)          3,924
6^420
17,280
3,780
2,916
3,822
Four Clerks 3 18,444
Clerk-Stenographer 3 3,960
Temporary assistance	
(9) 45,072
(c)  Vancouver (Code 04003)
(8)
42,978
(4)
(2)
10,260
7,860
6,042
6,294
11,328
20,400
68,256
37,188
3,636
11,916
6,048
2,784
7,092
Deputy Registrar 8,520
Appeal Court Law Assistant 7,440
Administrative Officer 1      7,260
Chief Clerk      6,720
Temporary assistance (including Court
(44) 217,716
(43)
206,064
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
id ■ Courts—Continued
d County Courts—Continued
ack (Code 04005)
Registrar (paid as Government Agent)
Clerk-Stenographer  3   (transferred to
Government Agencies)	
Special living allowance	
(/) Sundry Courts (Code 04006)
Salaries        jy
, (70) 3-
Expenses:
001    Office expense  ;
Office furniture and equipment	
Total of Vote 40 e__	
Administration of Justice
Judges' library	
030 Contingencies arising out of prosecutions 2
031 Summoning and paying witnesses:  5
032 Jurors (including drawing panels, etc.)  It
033 Prosecutions (counsel fees, etc.)  21
II Total of Vote 41	
 L 34
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,
1965/66
E_lI|S31,%65lg
SERVICE                             HM_reh°3l^§$.*
125,000
043    Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs	
Votb 43.
125,000
60,000
65,000
Vote 44.
Sheriffs' Of
Sheriff	
Code 04401)
7,260
10,464
18,624
8,232
Two Sheriff's Officers 2	
(14)
001   Office expense	
	
69,240
2,000
5,000
285
s'.ooo
de 04402)
9,780
6,960
12,396
27,348
25,692
4,260
7,560
2,964
6,000
105,660
6^000
004   Office furniture and equipment—
009   Clothing and uniforms	
Total, New Westminster Office..
(.)  Vancouver (C
Salaries:
Sheriff
	
6,960
12,336
26,316
17,664
4,212
3,924
7,056
2,652
4,750
(4)
Five Sheriff's Officers 2	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 3	
Clerk-Typist 1
Temporary Process-servers and Court
Officers, etc.
(20)
Expenses:
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense
(19)
97,750
2,300
6,000
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 35
Fiscal Year Ending
__™
||
li.W
|                                 Justice and Courts—Continuec
Vote 44.
Sheriffs' Offices—Continued
Expenses—Continued
004   Office furniture and equipment—        800
120,760
29,313
15,500
■
1,600
2,400
016   Equipment and machinery	
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories—     4,800
Total, Vancouver Office
(c) Victoria (Code 04403)
Salaries:
110,850
3,492
3,420
(5) 27,348
Expenses:
(5)        25,956
1,300
165
009   Uniforms and clothing 165
27,921
(_) Sundry Sheriffs (Code 04404)
(888   Allowances                                                 1
15,000
153,77
Total of Vote 44
Votb 45.
Official Court Reporters
Salaries:
Chief Court Reporter
Two Court Reporters 3
1U52
27,240
102,474
3,756
3,384
7,200
10,640
25,602
Five Court Reporters 2
97,320
Twenty-one Court Reporters 1
3,756
3,204
Clerk 1   a
(31)      147,722
(3D
155,406
 L
36                                ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
F__ii'i_^.8
SERVICE
PSc_=
3»
4,500
7,500
2,000
3,000
62,840
Justice and Courts—Continuec
Vote 45.
Official Court Reporters—Contin
Expenses:
ued
7,500
2,000
3,000
65,000
237,406
1,750
10,000
9,500
15,500
16,000
205,000
I    202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment ml	
031    Sundry reporters and transcripts	
227,562
1,750
Votb 47.
10,000
Vote 48.
888   Court of Appeal Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 82
888   Supreme Court Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 374
Sec. 6)
, Sec. 5
9,500
15,500
Vote 50.
888    County Courts Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 81, St
Votb 51.
Magistrates' Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 22'
888   Salaries
c. 6 (6))
, Sec. 19)
193,000
2,000
10,000
15,000
150,000
5,000
155,000
Total of Vote 51
9,480
6,960
5,916
6,294 |
Registration
Vote 52.
Land Registry Offices
Salaries:
(a) Kamloops (Code 05001)
Land Registrar 2 .                                    9 7 so
Deputy Land Registrar 2                          7260
Chief Clerk                                              6\92
Land Registry Surveyor 3       6J20
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 37
ipll_-
f||g
SERVICE
Fiffi.3»
11,328
37,200
15,696
10,692
6,984
5,184
2^200
Vote 52.
Lai
Salaries—Continued
Three Senior Examin
Eight Senior Clerks
Registration—Continued
jd Registry Offices—Continued
(a) Kamloops—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Two Clerk-Typists 1
(2)
Temporary assistance
Deputy Land Registr
Senior Examiner of
Land Registry Survey
Senior Clerk	
Three Clerks 3	
(_) Nelson (Code 05002)
(29)
128,236
,548
7,680
5,664
4,794
5,100
13,500
Tides       5,940
 5,232
2,652
Clerk-Stenographer 1
2964
Land Registrar 3
Deputy Land Registr
Chief Clerk
(11) 5C
New Westminster (Code 05203)
(9)        41,890
,440
10,260
7,320
6,420
6,420
28,320
50,298
54,828
12,684
15,216
3,060
3,492
2,520
Land Registry Survey
Five Senior Examiner
Ten Senior Clerks	
Eleven Clerks 3
(13)
     52,860
(4)
(6)
Microfilm Operator 2
Microfilm Operator 1
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
 L 38
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Bx££
°$k§g
SERVICE                             "StathM^S
.
(3)
8,502
Registration—Continued
Vote 52.
Land Registry Offices—Continued
Salaries—Continued
(c) New Westminster-^Continued
500
(48)  218,330
(_) Prince Rupert (Code 05204)
(48)
209,840
7,320
5,664
3,924
3,276
1,000
720
(4) 24,542
(e) Vancouver (Code 05205)
Land Registrar 3 ; 10,560
Deputy Land Registrar 3 7,620
Chief Clerk 6,720
Five Senior Examiners of Titles       30216
Eleven Senior Clerks        58,308
Nine Clerks 3 40,188
Three Clerks 2 10,152
Clerk-Stenographer 3       4,116
Two Clerk-Stenographers 2 6,702
Eight Clerks 1 23,424
Clerk-Typist 2       3,096
Clerk-Typist 1	
(4)
21,904
(10)
(1)
(12)
10,260
6,420
6,420
28,320
50,490
6,552
3,780
3,34
31,116
'200
(44) 208,022
(/)  Victoria (Code 05206)
(44)       190,6101
(4)
9,480
6^420
11,448
40,698
21,348
15,264 |
Deputy Land Registrar 2                           7260
Chief Clerk    _       ..                               672o
Land Registry Surveyor 3                          6720
Eight Senior Clerks ..                                43 008
Five Clerks 3 .                                           22 752
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 39
Expen
h
SERVICE
FS
■5.W
3,204
3,276
Registration—Continued
Vote 52.
Salaries—Continued
(/)  Victoria—Continued
143,216
8,352
2,220
1,500
(29)
(29)
136,590
(163)
729,070
58,700
13,160
4,795
(172)
60,000
36,132
004   Office furniture and equipn^h
805,725
910 230
Vote 53.
COMPANn
Salaries:
S OFFICE
11,400
8,700
5,814
5,940
15,054
9,408
11,676
20,886
7,920
11,100
8,040
5,322
5,664
9,528
9,000
10,692
19,506
7,488
3,420
Deputy Registrar of Companies __
(2)
Two Clerks 3
Three Clerks 2 .
Seven Clerks 1 ....
Two Clerk-Stenographers 3
2,700
5,100
500
500
Two Clerk-Typists 1
001    Office expense
(23)
94.886
8,250
500
900
(24)
105,098
8,500
500
004    Office furniture and equipmen
Total of Vote 53
104,536
114,998
 L 40
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
■5
farBndta*
SERVICE
FS
5.W
10,680
8,760
13,920
25,680
6,168
33,744
108,108
223,380
98,856
3,348
111,288
Vote 54.                      Registration—Cont
.   .                             Motor-vehicle Bra
nued
10,980
9,060
21,780
19,506
Deputy Superintendent of Motor-vehicles _
41,076
4,806
4,188
95,868
114,198
225,408
126,006
3,816
111,960
3,168
4,260
13/752
(6)
^
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles —
Assistant Mechanical  Inspector  of  Motor
Twenty five Clerks 3
(50)
(26)
Forty-eight Examiners of Drivers	
—
4,068
6,696
18,948
8,088
3,492
7,056
50,412
8,364
11,760
64,878
76,752
9o!oOO
(3)
11,394
3,672
7,776
52,698
5,796
10,008
57,936
84,174
5,000
98,480
(18)
Seventeen Office Equipment Operators 2 _
Less recruitment saving
(266)
1,091,486
20,000
(266)
1,160,902
Expenses:
001    Office expense      _
1,071,486
145,000
30,000
18,000
3,000
8,000
5,400
500
47,160
1,160,902
40^000
18,000
4,000
13,800
8.600
500
50,000
014   Rentals  and  temporary  office  space  re
03 3   Remuneration to municipalities re issu
Total of Vote 54
1,328,546
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 41
Fig
TMet"1
SERVICE
f£J
Up?
(6)
(5)
(1)
10,260
14,082
28,824
2_j6OT
7,328
3,348
14,-37_-
2,784
2,520
Trustees
Votb 55.
Public Trustee's Office
Salaries:
124,358
76,308
Clerk-Stenographer 3
3456
2,640
Expenses:
(26)
108,598
3,600
800
1,800
(26)   116,058
202   Travelling expeaw
800
1,500
401   Less miscellaneous receipts
114,798
1,400
124,358
Total of Vote 55
113,398
Regulation and Inspec
Vote 56.
Insurance and Real Estate
Salaries:
Superintendent of Insurance and Real Estate^
Inspector of Insurance and Real Estate
10,560
7,620
5,940
4,560
11,604
2,580
10,260
6,960
5,220
4,212
10,692
12,672
2,400
Princinal Clerk                            ( (MM- -.:
Senior Clerk
Clerk 3 .
" Four Clerk-Stenographers 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
001    Office expense
202   Travelling expense
(13)
(13)  61,308
2,000
500
2,500
9,750
2,000
004   Office furniture and equipment
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories
Total of Vote 56
69,358
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
pm!_]
!|^1965°g
SERVICE
--'
8.
9,120
8,400
12,978
2/718
2,652
Regulation and Inspection—Con
Vote 57.
Salaries:
Superintendent of Brokers s
Deputy Superintendent of Brokers ,___.
Two Inspectors  ^—
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ..
Clerk 1  1- ■ .
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
9^420
13,980
4,038
3,032
m
2,500
4,000
100
Expenses:
)  42,950
2,500
4,000
202   Travelling expense
45,888
Total of Vote 57
Vote 58.
Credit Unions Office
8,160
6,456
(4)
7,500
5,916
20,982
Four Audit Accountants 2 ___
Principal Clerk _—
14,418
3,888
4,116
3,780
(8)
41,598
2,000
2,000
6,500
(
Expenses:
) 42,018
8,000
2,200
202   Travelling expense .   -~	
Zoo
401    Less estimated receipts	
54,718
98
Votb 59.
Fire Marshal's Office
Salaries:
Fire Marshal
9,780
7,980
27,840
7^680
Deputy Fire Marshal
Four Inspectors 3
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 43
Exp
cft^l18
SERVICE
-dm?
23,202
24,672
3/780
3,492
2,540
Fire Marshal's Office-
N—Continued
-,'„,.
(18)
105,854
5,000
20,000
500
800
4,000
100
3,300
500
(18)   111,312
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipment	
                 500
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories                             4 000
140,954
147 312
Censor of Moving Pictc
6,960
5,556
4,896
3,924
300
ires Office
               300
(4)
21,636
300
500
1,700
(4) 22,596
202   Travelling expense
021    Maintenance and operation of equip
ment-             500
401   Less estimated receipts
Total of Vote 60
24,536
1,700
25,496
1,600
22,836
23 896
 L 44
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
«|
SERVICE
F'i£
^
9,280
Regulation and Inspection—Contin
Vote 61.
Racing Commission
Salaries:
10,140
7,980
4,560
4,500
■   Steward                     ^
7,000
(3)        27,992
(3)
Expenses:
27,180
2,000
2,500
100
2,500
550
550
13,000
1,500
2,500
202   Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
005 Racing Commission (per diem allowances
Police Services
Votb 62.
2,476,149
Votb 63.
Votb 64.
15,000
7,500
5,000
411   Less recoverable from Federal Govern-
5,000
CORRECTIONS
Vote 65.
Corrections Office
12,240
13,080
7,980
7^620
11,940
10,680
12,780
7,680
6,960
Administrative Officer 1
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 45
**!__-
if,!!*
SERVICE
§§§
||fe<
7,320
28,080
5,322
Corrections—Continued
Votb 65.
Corrections Office—Continue
Salaries—Continued
d
7,620
29,295
6,840
5,814
4,884
Four Chaplains
4;500
3,780
3,780
6,480
7,720
3^960
6,984
7,720
Clerk-Stenographer 3           UJXtK
(18)
130,402
£000
300
2,000
4,000
4,000
(18
Expenses:
001    Office expense
137,533
2,000
5,000
500
4,400
3^120
004   Office furniture and equipment	
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories —
032   Psychiatric services
148,187
156,853
Votb 66.
Probation Office
Salaries:
Provincial Probation Officer (paid as Director
of Correction.
8,400
55,686
285,384
6,168
4,068
50.328
3,204
43,578
2,040
8,700
39,900
58,080
151^680
4,560
3,960
86,292
3,384
43,578
3,540
Five Probation Officers 4
(50)
(1)
Clerk 3
(15)
Twentv-five Clerk-Stenographers 7
Switchboard Operator 7.
(82)
496,716
8,000
50,000
2,500
1,500
250
(131)
Expenses:
768,102
80^000
10,000
2,000
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipment	
012   Fund to assist probationers and parolees
018   Library
 L 46
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
FS
SI8
SERVICE
^gjJ/t
10,000
Corrections—Continued
Vote 66.
Probation Office—Continued
Expenses—Continued
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
50,000
100
4,000
32,000
910,452
15,184
573,066
10,142
401    Less estimated receipts 32,000
411    Less recoverable from  Federal
958,452
48,000
	
562,924
Votb 67.
Parole Board
6,720
2,964
5,000
(2
500
5,000
5,000
Total of Vote 67
Votb 68.
Alouette River Unit
Salaries:
Expenses:
152,690
1,260
2,100
380
8,750
9,748
4,480
16,730
840
630
500
2,000
6,500
15,000
1,700
5,500
3,000
500
006   Heat, light, power, and water
008 Medical services	
009 Clothing and uniforms	
010 Provisions and catering	
011 Laundry and dry-goods
012 Earnings __....
016 Equipment and machinery
017 Medical supplies
018 Library   ..
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 47
»ifti!_
««_
F«
l_S-
L500
Corrections—Continued
Votb 68.
Alouette River Unit—Continue
Expenses—Continued
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds __.    I
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment C:
3,850
3,010
2,100
2,512
300
024   Supplies for training
7,000
500
031   Recreational facilities and supplies      _
1,000
99 056
'62 760
Vote 69.
Narcotic Drug Treatment
Salaries:
67,000
200
700
200
300
200
(12)        63,948
300
200
016   Equipment and machinery	
200
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
50
20C
66,198
Total of Vote 69                                           ■1'ias
Vote 70.
Oakalla Prison Farm
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)            SJ _■■         .                       (396)  1
916,532
22,000
1,400
1,200
111,000
15,000
60,350
69,150
(339)    1,820,700
22,000
202   Travelling expense
1,200
004   Office furniture and equipment
113,00(
006   Heat, light, power, and water
008    Medical services           .   .
60,350
009   Clothing and uniforms
400,000
010   Provisions and catering
 ESTIMATES QE-EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Corrections—Continued
ikalla Prison Farm—Continu
Laundry and d
ry-gooc
Equipment and
^rnachi
Transportation
rtop_
Xro^_qXme_T
Supplies for training
032   Sheet-metal plan
Women's Gaol and i
mployees (including temporary a
001   Office expense _
Office furniture and equip
Heat, light, power, and w
..Medical services	
Clothing and uniforms _
Equipment and ma
hinery     - r
Maintenance of bu
Maintenance and o
Transportation	
ldings and grounds	
024   Supplies for tn
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 49
K
SERVICE
ll
||p
Vote
030
031
Salarie
Expen
001
202
004
006
009
010
Oil
012
Corrections—Continued
71.
Women's Gaol and Camp—Conn
Motor-vehicles and accessories g,
2,700
319,246
358,817
14,000
344 817
72.
Chilliwack Forest Camps
ry employees (including temporary assis-
297,372
2,000
530
8,500
5,000
88,000
3,500
33,804
L200
(55)      285,3 2
2,000
320
Office furniture'and equipment _______
Heat, light, power, and water	
17,000
88,000
Clothing and uniforms
3,500
33,804
Earnings
016
017
018
020
021
022
024
028
029
030
031
1,21 0
4,000
9,000
2,500
9,000
2,000
Maintenance and operation of equipment
500
School supplies
1,500
15,000
10,000
260
Supplies for training 	
Acquisition and construction of buildings
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies
1,200
15,000
9,900
100
492,176
Less estimated receipts   .
506,056
7,000
489,176
Total of Vote 72
499,056
 L 50
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
2
fii*
SERVICE                             FK„_31.E__»fg
(56)
261 870
Corrections—Continued
Vote 73.
Prince George Gaol and Forest Camp
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assis-
52,133
Special living     ow
268,530
2,800
4,500
450
20,250
8,250
9,600
52,500
5,900
11,312
6,110
2,750
650
5,000
4,250
2,750
2,575
150
1,000
323,958
202   T   v-ingexoe                                                          4500
008   Medical services 8,500
011 Laundry and dry-goods              6,000
012 Earnings 12,000
016 Equipment and machinery             6,000
017 Medical supplies                               3,000
018 Library                             800
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds             5,000
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment           4,250
024    Supplies for training                                                         9,575
030    Incidentals and c_nting_nri_«                                             150
409,327
15,000
481,133
394,327
Total of Vote 73                                                                    4
Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camps
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assis-
(40)      195,148
1,800
2,000
265
l^OO
61,000
4,100
16,500
2,500
Expenses:
202   Travelling expense             2,000
004   Office furniture and equipment                        600
011   Laundry and dry-goods           .              ..           3,300
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
(281)   1,525,062
Corrections—C<
Kamloops Gaol and Forest Camps-
017 Medical supplies and services	
018 Library	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
022 Transportation	
024 Supplies for training	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Farm operations	
led
Sundry employees (including temporary a
001    Office expensi
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Earnings	
Equipment and machinery	
Medical supplies	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Maintenance and operation of equipo
Transportation	
Supplies for training	
Acquisition and construction of build
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
 L 52
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
Fiscal Year Entog
SERVICE
FS!»
031
032
Salarie
001
202
009
010
012
017
020
021
022
023
028
029
030
031
Corrections—Continued
4,800
6,000
Haney CoRSEcnoNAL Institution (Includd_g
Forest Camps
Farm Operation	
5,300
2,065,412
10,000
2,124,915
2,055,412
Total of Vote 75
2 114 095
Vancouver Island Unit and Cajv
Iry employees (including temporary assis-
(74)      237,268
3,125
2,900
770
Travelling expense .
Office furniture and equipment	
3,500
1,000
6,550
2,250
600
5,500
7,250
Medical supplies 	
Library  !	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds-
Maintenance and operation of equipment
500
5,500
Acquisition and construction of buildings
396,945
Total, Department of the Attorney-General
$14,758,559
— $16'433'134
 COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT
Minister of Commercial Transport (paid as
Attorney-General) .	
Secretary (paid by Department of the Attorney-
General)          ■   -; .	
2,500
2,850
Total of Vote 77
Vote 78.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister "
15,000
Director of Operations
7,6 iO
5,100
Senior Clerk
5340
8,424
4,140
Clerk-Stenographer S
3,780
5,9 !8
Two Clerk-Stenographers X
2,520
Clerk-Typist
2,832
4,000
Votb 79.
Salaries:
Eneineer-
Three Inspecting Engineers 2
Inspecting Engineer 1
Clerk-Stenographer 4      _
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
 L 54
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
F-_fiii.-9_ng
SERVICE
FM
|p
Votb 79.
Engineering Branch—Continued
2,500
CodeNo
Office expense	
2,500
7,000
500
004
Office furniture and equipment (	
500
007
Advertising and publicity	
1,200
013
Printing and publications	
1,200
3,300
021
3,300
2,200
029
Vote
2,200
65,784
0.
Weigh-scale Branch
334,476
Spec
5,340
(76)      344,820
(76)
364,332
Expens
21,000
Travelling expense	
21,000
004
Office furniture and equipment	
750
8,500
006
Heat, light, power, and water	
8,500
5,400
009
020
Clothing and uniforms	
Machinery and equipment 	
Maintenance of buildings and approach
5,400
3,500
19,000
19,500
14,500
021
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Construction  and  relocation   of  weigh-
15,000
4,300
029
4,300
446,270
Total, Department of Commercial Transport
$592,126
$620,878
 EDUCATION
L 55
F_ll_lMWg
SERVICE
Fis
rcIW8
$15,000
5,664
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Minister's Office
Salaries:
500
(2)
20,664
3,200
(2) 23
001     Office expense                                                   ...
200
24,614
Total of Vote 81
660
240
140
520
110
484
560
260
960
$27 390
Vote 82.
General Administration
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Educa-
16,200
12,360
11,940
9,840
7,860
6,540
5,016
5,664
4,356
3J80
Assistant Superintendent of Education (Adminil"'W*
Supervisor of School Plans __.            8
Assistant Supervisor of School Plans             7
Draughtsman 4             5
Clerk-Stenographer 5            "                             4
Clerk-Stenographer 4        ,             4
Clerk-Stenographer 3                               ""   °                      .
384
95,544
12^200
1,200
1,300
1,000
1,350
001   Office expense 6
202   Travelling expense——_            12
004 Office furniture and equipment	
005 Board  of Reference—remuneration  and.   —
007    Advertising and publicity 1
013    Printing'and publications             1
022 Transportation and other recruitment ex
pense  1
023 Educational supplies 1
372
700
900
250
200
000
350
 L 56
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/6
6
F^___*311r965>g
SERVICE
_£||
lW
800
Votb 82.
General Administration—Co
ntinued
Ctr°Preparation of standard school plans-
1,500
119,574
28,000
129,072
Total of Vote 82
91,574
Division of General Educattona
Vare 83.
Curriculum Branch
12,660
10,140
7,980
12,360
9,840
7,320
3,780
2,850
2,520
Salaries:
Assistant Superintendent of Education (Instruc-
3,600
2,640
(6)
38,670
1,500
2,500
120
1,500
500
500
37,000
1,500
2,900
500
2,000
37,000
202   Travelling expense . __
023    Educational supplies  ' . ....  .
82,290
85 780
Tests, Standards, and Researci
Salines:
Director, Tests, Standards, and Research	
Branch
10,140
11,322
3,672
10,518
3,492
Clerk 2
Clerk-Stenographer 2             ..          ..
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment ilexj.
013   Printing and publications ___
018   Books, periodicals, etc. ;__.__!__.
(5)
'550
210
500
50
(5)  29,250
1,200
500
 EDUCATION
L 57
»!§
3L%65ng
SERVICE
; -________?___--
50,000
34,000
Division of Genera^EdUcational Serv
Vote 84.
Tests, Standards, and Research Bran
Expenses—Continued
ch—Continued
032   Research studies and test surveys	
35,000
114,140
53,550
117,100
60,590
64 550
10,260
9,120
8[o40
39,258
5,322
5,100
4,500
11,772
Salaries:
Director, Technical and Vocational Education—'
Director, Community Programmes and Adult
10,560
Assistant Director,  Technical  and Vocational
9 420
Assistant Director, Community Programmes and
8 340
(6)
Assistant Director, Sports and Physical Fitness—
.8-340
(1)
Two Recreational Consultants 1
Senior Clerk
5,340
4,704
11,832
3,384
Clerk 3               -t
Three Clerks 7
4,068
6,840
3,204
240
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer  1
Clerk-Typist 1	
Expenses:
001    Office expense
(22)
127,884
7,000
21,250
500
500
1,000
3,200
22)   133,890
7,500
004   Office furniture and equipment    -
007    Advertising and publicity
013    Printing and publications	
021    Maintenance, and operation of .equipment
023   Educational supplies
700
2,400
031    Drama festival expense, adjudicators' fees,
 L 58
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
FfSfeg
SERVICE                             ^Stadf
i*
Division of Genbral Educational Services—Continued
Votb
85.
Expe
ses—Continued
21,000
032
Leadership training courses                          21,000
185,234
191,440
411
Less   chargeable   to   Federal - Provincial
118,398
18 696
ja
Secondary Correspondence School
(34)      136,534
Registrar
Three Course Writers 3
Course Writer 1
Instructor, Corresponden
Stockman 3
Clerk 3 .    —
Twelve Clerks 1      ...
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Two Clerk-Stenographers 2	
Three Clerk-Typists 1
Junior Clerk .    .
Temporary assistance
.xpenses:
001 Office expense .
202 Travelling expe
004 Office furniture
013 Printing and pu
023 Science and edi
031 Reading of stud
 EDUCATION
L 59
H___-ch
l||g
SERVICE
™«°
7,680
5,664
24,756
7,632
10,116
3,204
Division of General Educational Services—Continued
Vote 87.
             Elementary Correspondence School
Salaries:
5
16
3
3
3
2
■*    |
mm
(5)
(2)
(3)
Four Instructors, Correspondence School 4	
Four Instructors, Correspondence School 3	
724
068
Clerk 1 	
384
832
3,492
5,568
Two Clerk-Typists 1	
Expenses:
001    Office expense __. i	
202   Travelling expense  _*
004   Office furniture and equipment __________
013    Printing and publications	
(17)
70,764
250
17)  73,014
750
250
6,650
150
500
2,000
6,650
401    Less revenue •	
81,064
3,450
83,689
77,614
            «,689
Vote 88.
Textbook Branch
Salaries:
Director	
Chief Clerk	
Two Senior Clerks	
9,120
lO^OO
18,000
6,912
3,204
5,244
7,200
9,420
6,588
10,680
Two Clerks 2	
7,560
3,852
3,492
20,000
Expenses:
(18)
93,266
9,500
750
800
18) 98,356
9,500
004    Office furniture and equipment.       . r >
530
 S OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
35,500
Division of General Education
Votb 88.
Textbook Branch—
Expenses—Continued
021    Maintenance and operation of eq
-Conti
-s—Continued
500
032   Freight and express, etc.
2,840,216
2,840,206
3,043,136
3,043,126
10
10
Vote 89.
Inspection of Schools ani
Salaries:
Scho
Se
3LS
11,940
9,120
9,120
532,260
16,620
17,520
5,322
4,356
7,272
2,988
3,492
10.908
4,806
4,500
12,240
9,780
9,420
560,640
(55)
Fifty-six District Superintendents of Sdhbdis	
Two Inspectors of Technical Classes
Assistant Director of Visual Education _
Assistant Director of School Radio Broa
Photographer 2
casts.
5,586
4,704
4,704
Clerk 3
Two Clerks 2     .
Clerk 1
3,312
Stockman 7.'
4260
Three Clerk-Stenographers 3
11,592
Two Clerk-Typists 1
Two Junior Clerks
4,860
1,680
Special living allowance
Administrative allowances
001   Office expense	
828,972
(80)
81
888,954
40,000
004
Office f
Printing
Equipm
Film an
Film se
mipment ___
016
ent and machi
d photographic
031
 Expei
ll^f18
SERVICE
m
Up.
17,000
Division of Local Educational Ser\
Inspection of Schools and School Se
Expenses—Continued
032   Radio scripts and television expense	
20,000
1,056,922
220,400
124,904
249,000
836,522
875 904
11,000
20,000
10,152
45,528
4,332
10,950
19,700
33,912
16,740
3,996
4,998
Division of Special Educationa
Vote 90.
Jericho Hill School
Salaries:
(3)
(8)
Two Resident Instructors 3	
(S)
5,796
4,908
33,970
16,600
34,550
49,600
76,280
12,360
4,692
17,030
23,780
34,800
54,450
58,570
16,570
3,660
5,664
2^520
2,400
50,388
(3)
Two Teachers 8
(9)
(ID
(4)
(19)
5,940
3,240
2,832
2,700
55,248
(19)
Expenses:
001   Office expense
(80)
383,816
1,150
525
250
40,000
3,500
1,600
4,000
650
(81)
409,364
1,150
525
400
43,500
3,750
10,700
004   Office furniture and equipment	
011    Laundry and dry-goods
016   Equipment and machinery
018   Pre-school speech and hearing programm
 MATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
"SiS8
SERVICE
FK£!»
D.v.s.0>
of Special Educational S_rvic
es—Con
inued
Vote 90.
Jericho Hill School—Conn"
ued
Expenses—Contin
ued
3,200
1,500
675
9,500
21,500
401    Less fees	
432   Less deductions for rent—_—
    23,500
....     2,040
25,540
428,536
Division of Teacher Regi
Vote 91.
Teacher Registrati
Salaries:
)N ANDEXA.
4,692
3,924
5,238
3,924
3,636
15,132
2,652
(1)          2,784
Examinations
10,560
4,704
Clerk 2     .
Two Clerks 1
5,862
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 1
5,280
Expenses:
001    Office expense
(16)        68,322
900
1,000
228,500
(18)  78,522
4,300
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipme
031    Examinations
1000
295,000
401    Lew revenue   _
302,822
145,500
379,722
175,000
Total of Vote 91     __
157,322
 EDUCATION
L 63
Flf_S=Yw'_nf__
SERVICE
§1
2&%sr
10,260
13,380
Division of Finance and Accountin
Vote 92.
Finance Branch
Salaries:
Comptroller of Expenditure	
10,560
19,236
9,186
11,616
3,312
2.640
2,766
10,884
11,042
Three Clerks 2          	
2,988
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Expenses:
(13)        63,074
1,500
2,500
13) 66,576
2,000
2,500
202   Travelling expense I	
67 314
Federal-Provincial Training Prck
Technical and Vocational Training
(a) Programme 1—Vocational High School Trainee (Code 09301)
(6) Programmes 2 and 3—Technician,
Trade,   and   Other   Occupational
Training (Code 09302) 7,000,000
Less chargeable to Programmes 5
RAMMES
478,000
478,000
6,900,000
47,517
290,700
173,000
38,902
(c)  Programme 4—Training in Co-operation with
4,806,853
(d) Programme   5—Training   of   Unemployed
(e) Programme 6—Training of Disabled (Code
(/) Programme 7—Training of Technical  and
165,000
(g) Programme 8—Training for Federal Depart-
22,413
(h) Technical   and   Vocational   Correspondence
Courses .Code 09308.
6,461,466
8,868,119
 L 64
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
F&f|fs
SERVICE
Ft£
_£!»
Division of France and Accounting Services—Conti
tsed
Federal-Provincial Training Programmi
ES—Continu
d
Vote 93.
Technical and Vocational Training Agree
hent—Cont
nued
(O Capital expenditures—constructing and equip
3,850,000
ping vocational schools and grants to school
20,000,000
751   Less chargeable to Apprentice-
10,311,466
28,868,119
5,603,936
411    Less Federal grant  18,693,000
7,153,049
20,798,350
3,158,417
Vote 94.
Other Federal-Provincial Agre
JMENTS
(a) Courses for New Canadians (Code
9401):
17,512
041    Expenditure                                   26,000
6,015
401     Las. revenue                                               9,000
11,497
17,000
6,747
(.) Fitness and Amateur Sports Projects
(Code 9402):
10,000
140,026
042   Expenditure — 140,026
7,000
    Less direct payments by Canada    12,000
133,026
128,026
411    __._ Federal grant    ; -;--               76,816
53,210
51,210
59,957
Vote 95.
165,000
019   Community Programmes Grants .
170,000
 Eimenffitarefor
SERVICE                           Fi^
issasr
Division of Finance and Accounting Services—Conn
Vote 96.
Vote 97.
019   Teachers' Superannuation Fund (Special Assistance in
4,100,000
100,000
Vote 98.
10,500
751    Less   chargeable   to   Federal-Provincial
Training Programmes                                          .. 000
89,500
150 000
Vote 99.
019   Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Ex-
25,000
30,000
026   Free Textbooks, Maps, etc.
800,000
Votb 101.
026   Fire Protection and Services—Grant re University of
British Columbia _
112,906
128,920
Vote 102.
Grants to UNiVERsrnES
(a) Operating-Grants
(Code 10201)
f 031   University of BritishiColumbia']
\  032   Simon Fraser University __.118,500,000
[ 033   University of Victoria J
18,500,000
13,680,000
13,680,000
 L 66
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
_£bS_X
SERVICE                           HJ|
OV-H-g.
March 31,1965
Division of P_nance and Accounting Services—Conti
nued
Grants to Universities—Continued
(b) Capital Grants
(Code 10202)
031   University of British Columbia 3,000,000
4,000,000
8,000,000
8,700,000
22,380,000
Total nf Vote 107.
26 500 000
Votb 103.
31,050
Votb 104.
45,3911
887   Temporary Assistance
47,390
Votb 105.
Student-aid and Teacher-training Scholarships
and Bursaries
600,000
(030   Scholarships                                            )
{031    Bursaries                                                    (      780,000
30,000
570,000
Total of Vote 105
750,000
Votb 106.
Public Schools Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 319, Sec.
197 (12)) and Public Libraries Act (R.S.B.C.
1960, Chap. 316, Secs. 19 and 49).
19,750,000
19,749,990
031   Advances re rural school and library taxes   23,350,000
10
Total of Vote 106
10
Total, Department of Education                                 $
$105,870,273
21,279,956
 FINANCE
L 67
<__?
Hig
SERVICE
jf
r£Mg
$5,640
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Vote 107.
Minister of Finance (paid as Premier)       _
$5,940
$10,810
(1)
5,640
370
4,500
(1
Expenses:
) 5,940
1 Mi1
4,500
202    Travelling eypense
10,510
Votb 108.
General Adm__stratton
Salaries:
18,000
16,200
13,620
9,840
9,120
8,760
8,040
6,960
5,322
5,664
4,356
7,632
4,356
7,848
10,836
3,348
5,37
2,52
2,280
2,340
Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance and Di-
10,140
9,420
9,060
8,700
7,260
5^940
Inspector of Government Agencies  (Administrative Officer d\
Assistant Inspector of Government Agencies	
Senior Clerk
4,704
8,376
4,560
8,076
11,676
3,672
5,796
2,700
2,760
2,766
156,490
Junior Clerk
(24)
134,412
5,250
3,400
4,500
(24)
43,340
3'900
004   Office furniture and equipment	
147,562
 ESTIMATES OF TSXPENDTTURE, 1965/66
Controlling a:
18,240
55,680
Bookkeeping-machi
Coder                                                               7.7
Eight Junior Clerks -
(57)      294,3481
12,500
18,000
2,500
(58) 315
001    Office expense . 13,500
202   Travelling expense  18,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  2,500
Total of Vote 109 :	
Mechanical Tabulation Branch
alaries:
Supervisor of Tabulating-macbines 2 9,060
Chief Clerk      _____
Data Processing Operator 6  7,260
Four Senior Tabulating-machine Operators 2	
Four Data Processing Operators 5 26,748
Senior Tabulating-machine Operator 1	
Data Processing Operator 4 !    ".      5,676
Four Tabulating-machine Operators 2	
Four Data Processing Operators 3  i?b_4,r 1
Three Office Equipment Operators 3	
Two Key-punch Supervisors  i 8,820
Twenty Office Equipment Operators 2	
Twenty-one Key-punch Operators ______.        E    69 73_
Clerk 2 — u _______ 3,672
Clerk 1  3(384
(36)  153,366
 FINANCE
L 69
FSSg
SERVICE
:;M^
1,500
500
107,000
Vote 110.
Mechanical Tabulation Brj
001     Office expense
1,500
239,374
285 566
Vote 111.
Consumer Taxaton
Salaries:
11,940
9,840
9,120
16,800
7,680
6,960
8,400
118,020
176,790
6,960
111,418
4,692
6,420
16,752
29^844
11,196
21,318
4,068
3,780
24,930
3^204
5^052
1,440
Branch
1   Administrative Officer 1
(1)
(17)
(30)
Twenty-four Audit Accountants 2
149,292
Inspector, Consumer Tax 3                                            7 260  •       M&
(18)
Inspectors, Social Services Tax 2
Inspector, Social Services Tax 1
Two Inspectors. Consumer Tax 1 ...                        -     9_7/l__
(7)
(8)
(1)
(2)
Three Junior Clerks                                                                7 75.
lExpenses:
(116)
636,886
25,000
27,500
(117)  673,818
002   Dye for marking gasoline	
           31,000
 L70
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
I^^,w«g
SERVICE                             H£g
_ss.w
57,500
1,400
8,500
Consumer Taxati
Expenses—Continued
on Branch—Continued
004   Office furniture and equipn
ent             2,500
756,786
799,318
Vote 112.
Real Propert
Salaries:
y Taxation Branch
11,100
8,400
8,400
9,120
16,800
16,800
Supervisor of Assessors (Apprai
Administrative Officer 3
er 6)              8,700
6,960
4,500
6,420
5,664
20,400
Forester 7
Two Chief Clerks
Principal Clerk
Four Senior Clerks
21360
Three Technical Fori
Five Clerk-Stenographer!
202   Travelling expense _
Income Taxation Branch
 FINANCE
L 71
Ffll'
i_i.g
SERVICE
<gg
W
Vote 113.
12,840
26,346
15,864
6,168
11,328
4,596
3,348
3,780
5,700
2,586
2,718
Salaries—Continued
13 680
Four Audit Accountants 3
Five Audit Accountants 7
Two Clerk-Stenographers 2
Clerk-Typist 2
(29)
148,614
4,800
8,500
1,500
(30)  164,232
004   Office furniture and equipment	
033    Department's proportion of valuator
' fees              750
163,664
Income Taxation Branch—Conti
Equalization Act
8,400
9,120
9,120
8,400
40,200
7,320
5,100
3,564
4,068
5,304 >
2,160
8,700
9,420
(5)
61,620
5,340
Clerk _
2,400
001   Office expense
(17)
115,836
7,500
25,000
1,100
1,000
19)  139,212
7,500
25,000
004 Office furniture and eq
005 Assessment  Advisory
diem   allowances   ai
Committee   (per
 L
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
I_H^g
SERVICE
FiiS
so*
7,500
2,500
4,500
Votb 114.
Assessment Equalization Act—Com/
Expenses—Continued
4,000
1,500
5,500
033   Payment to municipalities for completion
64,936
Total of Vote 114
184,812
5,304
4,320
5,544
20,052
3,^48
Purchasing Commission
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer
Five Clerks 1	
Five Business Machine Mechanics 1.
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Vancouver:
Purchasing Agent 4	
Purchasing Agent 2	
Senior Clerk	
Two Clerks 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Two Clerk-Typists 1	
v Cabinetmaker	
Leading Carpenter	
Business Machine Mechanic 2	
Four Business Machine Mechanics
Purr
basil
5
Purr
Prin
Two
ior Clerks
or of Bus
Foremai
Busines
Machine
siness Mac
bine
Five Bu
Mechanics
6,720
5,940
23,658
3,456
2,700
8,340
4/704
8,664
 FINANCE
L 73
Fto_5Ye_?__dtag
SERVICE                             FiM_rdi
1»
Vote 115.
Purchasing Commission—Continued
Expenses:
207    Travelling expense                                                       13,000
3,000
40,000
302,988
Total of Vote. 115
338,226
Langford Warehouse
Salaries:
4,500
3,204
(3)        12,720
1,000
(3)   13,980
200
200,000
004   Office furniture and equipment               200
233,920
233,910
235,180
    Less recoverable from other departments        235,170
10
Total of Vote 116
(r)io
Vote 117.
Salaries:
Alberni Agency (Code 11701)        :
6,960
6,960
4,914
Deputy Government Agent 2     •"              	
 (8)
36,498
5,664
(1)         5,664
5,322
(1)         5,6821
6,420
3,348
3,468
(3)
13,5961
4^692
2,340
(3)
13,452
8,400
7,500
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Govi
lalaries—Continued
Alberni Agency—Continued
Clerk-Typist 1 2,964
Building Service Worker 2	
(8) 39,3:
Ashcroft Agency (Code 11702)
Deputy Government Agent 2	
Government Agent 1      6,456
(1) 6,4;
Atlin Agency (Code 11703)
Government Agent 1        5,814
Special living allowance         360
isLake Agency (Code 11711)
(3)  1
Clinton Agency (Code 11715)
Government Agent 1 6,720
Deputy Government Agent 1 4,908
Clerk-Typist 1 L_        2,640
Courtenay Agency (Code 11716)
Government Agent 3	
Government Agent 4 8,700
Appraiser 4 \ 7,980
Deputy Government Agent 3	
Deputy Government Agent 4      6,720
Two Appraisers 2 I 11,550
Appriaiser 1  5 016
 FINANCE
L 75
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
SERVICE
_g|g?
4,596
8,496
3,924
3,636
6,408
2,784
3,768
3,336
Votb 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Continue
Salaries—Continued
Courtenay Agency—Continued
7,056
),416
Clerk-Stenographer 4 3,960
Cranbrook Agency (Code 11717)
(15)       71,106
5^544
6,168
(1)         4,500
4,068
3,924
3,708
2,850
3,588
3,336
Deputy Government Agent 3	
Deputy Government Agent 4 6,066
Clerk-Stenographer 4      4,260
Clerk 2                                                           4J,fi
(9) 4
Creston Agency (Code 11718)
Deputy Government Agent 2	
(11)       53,046
3,348
(2)  1
Duncan Agency (Code 11725)
Government Agent 7.
(2)         9,012
6,960
6,960
5,664 |
Deputy Government Agent 2	
 L 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
FfSli?,%i.g
SERVICE                           F'kS_XeS,1
ft
Government Agbnts, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Duncan Agency—Continued
7,272
2,850
3,336
(6) 32,424
Fernie Agency (Code 11730)
(7)        33,042
5,790
3,780
3,768
Deputy Government Agent 1     	
(3)  15,510
Fort St. John Agency (Code 11731)
(4)        17,262
6,960
5,016
3,492
(2)         5,370
2,460
3,468
1,440
Deputy Government Agent-2 _______    	
Clerk 7.                                                                3 gig
Clerk 1                                                        2 832
Junior Clerk-      2,400
Clert-Typist 1      2,400
Building Service Worker 2
Special living allowance   ' ■-'■••   "-■          1,440
(6) 26,352
Fort Nelson Agency (Code 11732)    Eg
(7)        28,206
	
Special living allowance                                240
(1) 5,826
	
 FINANCE
L77
F1!___|e:
*Sg
SERVICE
"IS?
%»
5,322
4,692
Votb 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Continue
Salaries—Continued
Golden Agency (Code 11735)
8,552
1,520
1,376
4,884
3&4&
2,160
3,468
(4)  1
Grand Forks Agency (Code 11736)
(5)
18,990
6,420
3,780
Deputy Government Agent 1 4,260
3,768
(2)  1
Gulf Islands Sub-Agency (Ganges)
(Code 11737)
(3)
13,968
6,960
(2)  1
Invermere Agency (Code 11738)
(2)
10,884
Kamloops Agency (Code 11740)
6,810
7,680
6,294
5,424
5,304
9,792
12,132
11,340
-
Deputy Government Agent 4 .,720
Two Senior Clerks                                           Q^fle
Clerk 1     _     .....                                  2,700
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
3,420
6,048
3,768
Kamloops Agency—Continued
1    Two Clerk-Stenographers 2      6^204
(17)        78,012
(17) 79,938
6,168
3,348
3,768
Kaslo Agency (Code 11741)
(3)        13,284
(2) 9,486
6,420
Kelowna Agency (Code 11742)
Denutv Government Ap>nt .
7,848
2,460
3,768
3,336
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Building Service Worker 1
(7)
30,972
(6) 29,442
5,322
3,132
360
Kitimat Agency (Code 11743)
(2)
8,814
(2) 9,630
6,540
Lillooet Agency (Code 11745)
Government Agent 2
5^664
Deputy Government Agent 2	
Deputy Government Agent 3              5 940
 FINANCE
L 79
FBtSalYeif Ending
SERVICE                           F_£i_|efi,-JS?*
3,924
3,780
3,468
Vote 117.
Salaries—Continued
Two Clerk-Stenographers 2 __.    6,912
(7) 36,324
Merritt Agency (Code 11750)
(8)        36,666
6,420
4,212
2,520
3,516
(3)  14,796
Nanaimo Agency (Code 11755)
(4)        16,668
7,860
7,680
6,420
6,420
10,644
5,100
9,000
3/780
(2)         7,056
3,768
10,008
Deputy Government Agent 4-_       6/720
Senior Clerk                                                       s; -^fl
Building Service Worker 3
Three Building Service Workers 1
(14) 73,914
Nelson Agency (Code 11756)
Government Agent 3
(18)        84,246
7,860
Government Agent 4                                  s .?<>
 L 80
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Sll8
SERVICE
\
£____»
Votb 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Conn
Salaries-Continued
.ued
Deputy Government Agent 3	
Deputy Government Agent 4 —
Four Clerks 3 —!	
Clerk 2               -»
Two Clerks 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Switchboard Operator 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
Clerk-Typist 1 x^hi'.v.-.nr.
Building Service Worker 4 _
Building Service Worker 1 _
7,680
5,100
27,000
3^204
5,040
4,740
3,720
3^096
Deputy Government Agent 3	
      6,720
Six Clerks 3	
    28,224
,',.-,
3,384
Five Building Service Workers 1 _
Elevator Operator and Janitor	
(28)
118,908
(
 FINANCE
L 81
F_S^Mllig
SERVICE
-3»
5,664
Vote 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Oliver Agency (Code 11760)
Deputy Government Agent 2 I -	
3,564
Penticton Agency (Code 117
(2)          9,228
(2)  10,572
8,400
7,680
5,100
8,568
3,780
3,564
2,340
4,032
3i336
5)
Pohc. Coupe Agency (Code 11
(14)
66,216
11) 58,536
8,400
6,960
5,544
6,420
8^280
10,404
2,652
2^880
766)
-
Government Agent 4                                   8,700
Deputy Government Agent .
(2)
Senior Clerk                                                        . ^t)
Building Service Worker 3
(12)        60,024
12) 62,514
 L 82
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
1965/66
&£__»
"M§s
SERVICE                             HJ__r__!31,Fi9«,g
Salaries—Continued
Powell River Agency
tc—Continued
(Code 11767)
4,692
3,336
V'i
Deputy Government Agent 2 _
4,482
Prince George Agency
(3)
14,448
(2)  11,742
8,400
(Code 11768)
6,420
Deputy Government Agent 3	
Deputy Government Agent 4 —	
7720
10^200
20,988
3,708
4,038
Clerk 1 .	
3,420
4,740
3,768
23,532
2,640
3,744
Stationary Engineer 2	
Seven Building Service Workers 1	
——
Prince Rupert Agency
Government Agent 3	
(22)
99,468
(14)  72,966
8,400
(Code 11769)
7,680
6,420
Appraiser 4
7,980
5,100
3,924
3,204
2,520
2,916
2,988
Senior Clerk
5,340
(1)
Clerk-Tvpist 1    ...
Two Clerks 1 .
Switchboard Operator 2
3,312
 FINANCE
L83
nil
r»_"g
SERVICE
§!§
»
6,672
1,800
Votb 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Contin
Salaries—Continued
Prince Rupert Agency—Continued
56,856
11,892
51,060
20,676
(12)
Princeton Agency (Code 11770)
(12)
55,908
6,420
4,140
Deputy Government Agent 1	
3,336
(2)
Quesnel Agency (Code 11775)
(3)         13,896
8,400
6^420
12,708
6,624
WM
Deputy Government Agent 3	
Deputy Government Agent 4        6,720
Clerk-Stenographer 7.                                    1 nqg
(2)
5,304
3,468
1,320
Building Service Worker 2
(10)
Revelstoke Agency (Code 11780)
Government Agent 1
(11)        51,204
6,420
4,692
Deputy Government Agent 1	
Deputy Government Agent 2 5,340
4,500
3,780
3,768
Building Service Worker 3
(4)
_J5)        23,160
 L 84
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
■ass-
SERVICE                             F__iA31,B1966lg
6,420
4,692
3,648
Votb 117.
Rossland Agency (Code 11781)
Government Agent 21 1—-          _     7,260
(2)  12,600
Salmon Arm Agency (Code 11785)
Government Agent 1	
Government Agent 2 ! 7,260
Deputy Government Agent 1	
Deputy Government Agent 2      5,340
1  femlding Service Worker 2	
(2)  12,600
Smithers Agency (Code 11786)
(3)         14,760
6,420
4,692
(3)         14,580
6,960
Appraiser 1 4,704
Clerk 3 4,704
Clerk 2        4,116
4,500
3,924
6^80
2,280
3,336
1,080
(10) 49,212
Terrace Agency (Code 11788)
(10)
44,016
4,914
2,586
2,220
Clerk 1
 FINANCE
L 85
FifS
$■
SERVICE                             FMa__?3
|k
3,648
720
Votb 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Terrace Agency—Continued
Special living allowance !         540
(3')  12,222
Vancouver Agency (Code 11790)
(4)        14,088
4,692
12,996
2,400
2,340
3,924
Deputy Government Agent 2 J       4,692
Clerk-Typist 2 ,     -      3,096
Clerk-Typist 1 ___________     2,580
(8) 35,292
Vanderhoof Agency (Code 11792)
Deputy Government Agent 2 __?      _..
(8)
32,394
-
5,664
120
(1) 6,576
(1)
5,784
7,860
Vernon Agency (Code 11793)
7,680
6,420
Deputy Government Agent 4 2_±        6,720
11,844
5,100
12,132
7,272
2,916
2,280
3,768
3,336
Senior Clerk   '    .•__"•■__(! _                 5,340
(13)  67,896
(15)
70,608
 L 86
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
BipmSjnlolJM
SERVICE                             FiJ__rSliaP9«68
12,714
4,068
3,348
Vote 117.
Government Agents, etc.—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Victoria Assessor (Code 11794)
954
(5) 29,352
Williams Lake Agency (Code 11797)
(5)        27,810
6,960
5,016
2,520
720
Deputy Government Agent 2    .._     5,484
Two Clerk-Stenographers 1        ....      5,292
Building Service Worker 2
(6)  25,170
Sundry Sub-offices (Code 11798)
Deputy Government Agent 2, Fort Nelson     ...
(6)       24,918
4,914
9,98
(320)   1,467,753
42,000
48,000
7,000
106,600
20,500
15,000
10,300
(275)   1,383,954
202   Travelling expense                                                50 000
004   Office furniture and equipment             9,000
006    Heat, light, power, and water
020   Maintenance of buildings and grounds __
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories ____           10,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies                       10,000
1,717,15   |
9,700
1,504,954
—   Less refund of maintenance of buildings
from R.C.M.P.
1,707,453
 FINANCE
L 87
i
!____?w«g
SERVICE
FiS
fg|g
25
500
250
800,000
Vote 118.
Housing Commissioner
25
500
747,000
040   Development and construction of housing?^
800,000
401    Less recoverable...       .               	
800,775
53,255
800,775
53,775
747,520
Courts of Revision
22,000
2,000
4,000
22,000
2,000
10,000
26,000
50,000
125,000
28,000
18,000
422   Less recoverable from municipalities concerned under sec. 15 (5) of the Assessment Equalization Act, R.S.B.C. 1960,
28,000
18,000
10,000
001    Office expense
3,500
19,750
250
1,500
1,000
3,500
18,750
250
1,500
202   Travelling expense.
005   Members' fees     . .
030   Court costs
031    Secretarial services
25,000
Total of Vote 120   .
Vote 121.
Revenue
35,000
135,000
 S OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Incidentals and Contingen
Interest on Civil Service Superannuation
Fund (sec. 14)          4,350,000
Interest on Retirement Fund (sec. 44) __        740,000
t on Members of the Legislative
mbly Superannuation Fund 35,000
Total of Vote 125 _.
Dyking Assessments
19 (.)—arrears of dyking
13,000,000
570,000 |
22,030,01
Per capita grants, Municipalities Aid Act    13,100,000
Grants to municipal governments for local
services to Provincial property  570,000
Home-owners' subsidy paid to municipal
 FINANCE                                                           L 89
^SKfe.
SERVICE                           "mSIuw8
30,000
Votb 128.
041    Supreme Court Act (Sec. 33)—Payment of interest on
Suitors' Fund deposits           37,500
100,000
Vote 129.
Salary Contingenc_3s and Adjustments (All Departments)
(a) Salary contingencies (all departments) (Code
2,500,000
(b) Salary adjustments (all departments)  (Code
2,600,000
75,000
Votb 130.
Expense Contingencies
100 000
Votb 131.
029   Motor-vehicles and Accessories (All Departments)            75,000
950,000
Vote 132.
019    British Columbia Ferry Authority Subsidy                           l 300 000
150,000
Votb 133.
019   Power Subsidy                                                                         150000
3,556
Vote 134.
030   Nancy Sloan Act (1960, Chap. 79, Sec. 2) _.            3,556
$47,619,984
Total, Department of Finance _ .                                   $55,870,546
  HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURA
NCE                       L 91
■dSfe-
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES AND
HOSPITAL INSURANCE
Vote 135.
Minister's Office
Salaries:.
Minister of Health Services and Hospital Insur-
8,400
Administrative Officer 5
9 240
(4)        36,322
(4)  40,108
5,500
200
004   Office furniture and equipment	
43,222
$47 008
Vote 136.
(For Departments of Health Services and H
Provincial Secretary, and Social W
Salaries:
Comptroller of Expenditure :
9,840
spital Insurance,
elfare)
10.560
8,700
13,920
6,660
5,322
10,200
Principal Clerk	
5,814
26,208
27,324
3,780
8,628
11,45 8
12,360
2,220
Vancouver Office
Mechanical Superintendent 1
Two Senior Clerks
133..40
6,168
10,200
11,556
142,044
6,456
10,680
3,780
3,960
2,916
Clerk-Typist 2
 L 92
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
.-i:
fitw!18
SERVICE
"M
T.W
6,408
2,400
1,700
Vote 136.
Accounting Division—Continu
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Office—Continued
6,768
3^00
201,562
(41)      178,768
3,600
5,400
400
(41
Expenses:
800
004   Office furniture and equipment	
188,168
Public Health Services
Votb 137.
General Services
Salaries:
Headquarters
Deputy Minister of Health	
Assistant Provincial Health Officer	
Director of Health Division (Epidemiology)—
Director, Division of Preventive Dentistry	
Medical Specialist 1	
Director, Division of Public Health Engineering :
Director of Administration	
15^00
15,600
12,660
12,000
10,140
9,780
9^060
9,060
7,980
15,420
15,420
6,960
6,960
6,456
5,840
(3)
16,200
15,600
15,300
12,360
11,100
9,840
10,260
22,860
Five Engineers 4	
Engineer 3	
Director, Public Health Nursing
8,760
7,680
13,860
13,980
6,660
5^664
5,916
5,016
5,016
14,556
4,068
3^24
7,560
Director, Public Health Education _.
Assistant Director, Public Health Nursing ____
Two Consultants, Public Health Nursing    .
Two Research Officers 3 A
Consultant in Nutrition !__
Chief Sanitary Inspector' ___
Research Officer 2 _Z
- Public Health Nurse 2 (Industrial)
' Personnel Officer 1 	
Research Officer 1        ■
5,688
5,280
10,146
4,260
4,116
8,298
18,936
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Stockman 4     .
Clerk 2
Two Stockmen 3
Five Clerk-Stenographers 3
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
L 93
HM_«
ea?En|ng
SERVICE
FS.
™E
2,718
6,276
2,652
15,900
15,300
9,120
8,040
7,680
5,916
5^916
Public Health Services—C
Vote 137.
_*_
3,240
9,600
2,580
16,200
15,600
9,420
8,340
7,980
6,456
6,192
12,384
6.192
5,448
5,232
4,116
4,020
4,116
7,596
13,800
5,239
2,580
2,130
General Services—Com
Salaries—Continued
i
(2)
Vancouver Office
Deputy Provincial Health Officer 	
Medical Specialist 4 (Director of Occupation
•
Rehabilitation Co-ordinator 	
Bacteriologist 5 (Technical Supervisor, Clinic
Technical Adviser of Radiological Services	
4,500
3^924
3,720
3,780
10,476
6,996
5,884
12,600
5,664
4,807
2,586
1,900
Building Service Worker 4
Three Clerk-Stenographers 3
(2)
Three Clerk-Stenographers 2               :.....!.__-'
427,867
14,200
2,741
21,500
12,000
4,400
1^500
(78)
495,917
16,300
21,000
21,500
12,000
4,400
1,400
1,500
004   Office furniture and equipment
020   Maintenance of buildings and grounds 1
031    Dental Technicians Act
 L 94                                ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
FiscalYe|lEngig
SERVICE
[g|
S._S»
240,000
Public Health Services—Conti
Vote 137.
General Services—Continue
Expenses—Continued
017   Medical supplies (biological products, etc.,
175,000
2,300
340,000
308,681
516,000
Less—
411   Federal health grants—salaries _   45,896
    Transferred to Vote 139 — Rehabilitation Programme ._—   41,244
    Poliomyelitis vaccine    38,000
401    Miscellaneous revenue         414
Total of Vote 137
Vote 138.
745,608
32,748
35,768
100,000
379
755,917
125,554
576,713
340,000
Vote 139.
019   Rehabilitation Services (including Grants
for Related Health Agencies)	
605,000
296,319
565,949
270,249
295,700
Vote 140.
019   Cancer Control (Including Grants, etc.)—
690,419
174,419
732,055
315,847
Total of Vote 140
Votb 141.
030   Public  Health  Research   (Federal   Pro-
416,208
400,010
400,000
145,020
145,010
411   Less Federal health grant	
10
 132
748
565
382
8
400
26
708
54
762
1,084
885
1,084
845
HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
Local Health Servie
7,320
68,502
(Vot<
l of Vi
145) _
al S
_ of Venereal Disease
Control (Vote 146) 	
Patient Care—Headquarters
(Vote 147)	
Patient Care — Out-patient
(Vote 148) _
(Vote 1
Care
In-pati
r Federal  health  i
Total of Vote 1
Local Heali
[ Servici
Twenty-three Directors of Health Units __
Five Dental Officers	
Consultant, Public Health Nursing	
Seventeen Supervisors, Public Health Nursing	
Twelve Public Health Nurses 2	
One hundred and seventy-five  Public  Health
Nurses 1	
Thirteen Sanitary Inspectors 3 ' '
Five Sanitary Inspectors 2	
Thirty-four Sanitary Inspectors 1	
Senior Clerk :	
Sixteen Clerk-Stenographers 4	
Four Clerk-Stenographers 3	
Thirty Clerk-Stenographers 2	
Six Clerks 1	
Five Dental Assistants	
Seven Clerk-Typists 1 _____—__——	
Special living allowance	
Temporary assistance	
(354) 2
 L 96
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
F|__^I.WMg
SERVICE
*WS,V
57,500
22,000
39,000
18,000
24,000
45,000
1,000
309,000
Public Health Services—Com
Votb 143.
Local Health Services—Com
Expenses:
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment —_
009   Grants re uniforms	
017    Medical and dental supplies __
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories _c—1
030 Incidentals and contingencies __	
031 Transfer and training of personnel	
62
149
22
45
1
18
375
15
500
000
000
000
000
000
750
000
    Preventive dental programme	
Less—
411    Federal health grant—salaries— 572,049
453   Cars 15,000
2,599,658
550,382
15,000
332,510
2,892,063
919,559
	
1,701,766
1,972,504
Vote 144.
Division of Laboratories
Salaries:
15,600
14,340
8,340
43,110
17,398
31,080
31,602
6,960
5,382
10,572
91,062
3,744
7,848
3,168
11,544
5,484
20,352
4,020
3,768
3,636
10,700
15,300
13,620
8,040
40,800
15,642
(3)         15,810
(9)        38,682
6,420
5,016
9,792
(25)        89,700
3,564
2,850
10,488
4,320
2,508
(7)         15,792
3,720
3,468
10,250
Medical Specialist 3	
Assistant Director 	
Three Bacteriologists 3	
Six Bacteriologists 2 .	
Analyst 1 . ____. , .	
. Twenty-four Laboratory Technicians	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Four Clerks 1 	
Senior Outfit-maker and Glassware-cleaner 	
Eight Outfit-maker and Glassware-cleaners	
(
(74)      326,318
75) 352,518
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
34,000
28,600
11,000
_ Services—Contir,
F Laboratories—Con
202 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equi]
Oil Laundry and dry-goods ..
016 Equipment and machinery
oratory supplies and equipment _
ital of Vote 144	
2,550
36,000
29,950
10,260
8,400
8,040
19,404
6,294
5,544
5,202
4,896
26,640
3,780
4,356
37,440
3,924
3,492
18,588
9,132
20,400
14,346
3,060
7,584
17,454
2,040
2,000
Division of Vttal Statis
Salaries:
Headquarters
Tfin
22
Senior Tabulating-machine Ope
ator 2 	
5
5
940
(1)
27
(10)
35
19
10
22
16
3
101
578
240
Microfilm Operator
Seven Clerk-Typists 1                                               1_
420.
 L 98
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
4!
'n^Mg
SERVICE                           Hl__^h3i^!9668
5,664
5,100
4,500
7,848
6,192
13,080
Public Health Services—Continued
Vote 145.
Division of Vital Statistics—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Vancouver Office—Continued
(80)
307,796
27,900
2,700
6,000
2U0O
7,800
004   Office furniture and equipment 1,950
033   District Registrars' commissions, etc             7,800
7^200
400,312
Less—
411    Federal health grant—salaries _     9,780
401   Estimated receipts                              7 200
           16,980
361,296
Total of Vote 145                                                                38i33^
Vote 146.
Division of Venereal Disease Control
Director                                               14,340
Public Health Nurse 2         ;            6 192
Rehabilitation Officer 1                                         5V96
Senior Clerk                      5'340
Two Epidemiology Workers 1                      9408
Five Public Health Nurses 1 .                                        ?4'?«
(4)
5,916
5,110
9,000
18,144
2,298
3,924
5,832
14,532
20,646
2,000
Public Health Nurse 1 (part timel                                 ?'__.
Clerk 2                                                                                  4',16
Two Clerk-Stenographers 2 .....               ...                    6!s52
Five Clerks 1                                                                  160i4
Physicians (part time)                                                   21246
(18)
3,500
1,650
(20)  120,318
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
<9
§.
SERVICE
|||
r Ending
100
1,400
6,500
Public Health Services—Contin
Vote 146.
Division of Venereal Disease Control-
Expenses—Continued
-Continued
200
200
1,400
10,000
009    Clothing and uniforms
017    Medical supplies
5,964
5SI.4'
26,708
92<S80l
Divisional Headquar
Medical Specialist 1
Social Worker 4	
Instructor, Staff Nu
Social Worker 3	
Public Health Nurs<
Two Clerk-Stenographer
Two Clerks 1 	
15,600
1P,380'
7,260
5,796
5,688
9,408
6^12
5,676
6,720
004 Office fu
017 Medical supplies and ei
018 Library and teaching supplies	
022 Transportation	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
034 Other hospitalization ___________
  Less Federal health grant—salarie
Total of Vote 147	
 L 100
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
FM_rch ll^l-S18
SERVICE
FS1
&r
304344
Public Health Services—Contin
Patient Care—Continued
Vote 148.
Out-patient Care
Willow Chest Centre (Code 14801
Victoria and Island Chest Centre (Code
New Westminster Clinic (Code 148
Travelling Clinics (Code 14804)
Salaries:
14802)
3)
44,280
315,201
(70)
347,724
10,200
16,200
100
6,500
1,000
2,900
50,800
7,000
(70)
Expenses:
359,481
9,500
16,600
1,000
6,500
2,900
50,800
10,000
2,500
1,000
2,100
006   Heat, light, power, and water —
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
1,700
2,100
446,224
54,762
463,181
55,878
391,462
407 303
)
15,180
1,695,934
14,460
,681,174
Vote 149.
In-patient Care
Willow Chest Centre (Code 1490
Pearson Unit (Code 14902)
Marpole (Code 14903)
Mount St. Mary (Code 14904)
Salaries:
(432)
U85
90,250
29,400
5,900
(418)
Expenses:
001   Office expense '	
1,711,114
8,120
1,450
700
77,500
24,400
5,900
004   Office furniture and equipment	
009    Clothing and uniforms
"I
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
ses—Continued
Lie Health Services—Contin
Patient Care—Continued
T Care—Continued
Laundry and dry-goods	
Patients' comfort allowances
Hospital furnishings and equ
Medical supplies and equipmi
Library and teaching supplies
Maintenance of buildings ant
Maintenan
m
nd operation
of equipment
Occupatioi
i.
contingenci
Contingencies
(Mount St. Mary)	
Total of Vote 149	
Sub-total, Public Healt
 L 102
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
P___tli._lslg
SERVICE
*___
11,1966Dg
$16,200
15,900
15,300
9,840
9,840
9,480
8,760
8,400
8,040
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVTC
HOSPITAL INSURANCE—Comin
Mental Health Services
General Administration
ES AND
$18,000
16,200
10,140
10,140
10,140
8,340
9,060
8,340
7,980
5,940
6,192
5,340
4,482
6768
4,560
10,080
5,304
72,108
4,100
Supervisor of Psychiatric Social Work	
Chief Pharmacist	
5,664
5,664
5,100
11/772
6,408
4,212
10,260
9,408
60,312
3,900
Clerk 3
(14)
two Clerks 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Three Clerk-Stenographers 3	
Three Clerk-Stenographers 2	
Two Clerk-Typists 1 	
Sixteen stores employees, including Stockmen,
Meat-cutters, etc.        	
Temporary assistance	
(41)
233,904
5,000
10,000
1,000
5,000
22,500
2,000
1,000
1,000
1,200
(45)
001   Office expense    	
267,038
7,000
11,000
1,000
8,000
22,500
2,000
1,000
1,000
1,200
004   Office furniture and equipment
012   Grant to Trustees of Patients' Comfort
Fund
019   Grant to University of British Columbia
030   General expense
031 Subscription, Social Service Index	
032 Administration of Psychiatric Nurses Act
033 Council of Psychiatric Nurses for Bursary
Trust Fund
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
mm
SERVICE
■www
282,604
28,440
5,000
2,200
401
Mental Health Services—Contin
General Adm__stration—Contin
1
Less-
Federal health grant—salaries _
Donations, proceeds from sale of
8,000
2,200
Licence fees received under the
Total of Vote 150      .     .  ...
151.
Division of Nursing
40,080
246,964
Salarie
Fou
Education
. .._            $281,658
7,320
6,468
27,168
67,182
4,692
4,068
18,420
3,276
5,652
2,586
79,728
13,344
5,184
7,560
660,000
12,500
14,200
5,000
72,246
4,908
uctor of Psychiatric Nursing	
(4)
Thr
Cler
Two
Cler
Twe
Stuc
Regi
Reg
13 932
5,730
2,520
aty-four  Housekeepers   1   (Home
Super-
85,968
5,784
7,920
660,000
12,500
14,200
5,000
stered Nurses (Students)—affiliate training
stered Nurses—postgraduate training	
(64)
948,416
5,000
700
iooo
10,000
16,000'
(64)
965,990
001
202
008
010
011
024
Office expense	
5,500
1,000
Office fumitore and equipment
1,500
Laundry
5,000
General supplies	
 L 104
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
1965/66
m
?3L»65,g
SERVICE                           FMMche.l,119«lg
700
2,000
Mental Health Servicbs—Continued
Votb 151.
Division of Nimsmo Education—Continued
Expenses—Continued
 Federal health grant—salaries	
990,816
15^000
1,008,690
           22,020
969,348
Votb 152.
Community S
(a) Mental Health Centre, B
Salaries:
572,445
ERVICES
Hrna.y (Code 15201)
Other employees (including Physicians,
Psychologists, Social Workers, Therapists, Nurses, Stenographers, etc.)	
(106)
574,469
(106)
587,745
2,900
15,700
2,000
18,250
18,200
11,000
1,500
3,000
3,300
3,300
2,500
2,000
2,200
1,100
590,069
3,500
004   Office furniture and equipment	
006   Heat, light, power, and water	
008   Medical care ____	
2,000
19,150
19,200
011    Laundry
021    Maintenance  and  operation  of
2 500
022   Transportation
4,000
2,500
2,200
1,100
025   Occupational therapy and recrea-
028 Patients' education	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories—
Less—
—   Federal health grant—
33,760
3,150
676,519
431   Staff meals 3,000
Total, Burnaby Centre
36,960
637,785
639,559
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
Mire
itwlh
SERVICE
g|
■SW
106,752
Vote
Mec
Oth
P
N
001
004
008
Oil
021
029
030
Salarie
Othe
Ps
001
202
004
008
on
021
024
025
Mental Health Servi
152.
Community Service
(b) Mental Health Centre, V
CES-C.„
,-„_<
15202)
s—Contin
ictoria (C
14,760
109,914
124,674
2,000
2^000
9,000
500
2,500
2,500
1,000
148,174
13,080
ued
r employees (including Ph
ychologists,   Social   W o
urses, Stenographers, etc.)
ysicians,
rkers,
(19)
(19)
121,212
1,500
4,000
8^000
35,094
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
2,500
3,000
1,000
M.!p™. "* opera
tion  of
Motor-vehicles and acces
ories-
Less Federal health g
ant
145,212
132,432
(c) Men
Kelowr
ra/ Healt
a (Code
15203) '
14,760
33,916
48,676
1,000
LOOO
14,460
28,644
r employees (including Physician,
ychologist, Social Workers, Nurse,
(6)
(6)
43,104
4000
1,000
6!oOO
i[ooo
Office furniture and equip
Heat, light, power, and v,
Medical care
Tz
7,ooo.a:
200
1,000
1,000
Maintenance  and  opera
idnwof-c
Occupational therapy and
recrea-
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
^flflh
SERVICE                           FiMi_e_3.
\p
Mbntal Health Services—Continued
Vote 152.
Community Services—Continued
(c) Mental Health Centre, Kelowna—Continued
Expenses—Continued
1,200
54,096
14,300
65,076
    Less Federal health grant — sal-
60,004
Total, Kelowna Centre	
(_) Mental Health Centre,
Trail (Code 15204)
Salaries:
50,524
14,460
18,444
Other employees (including Psychologist,   Social   Worker,   Nurse,   and
(5)   37,432
Expenses:
(5)
32,904
1,500
6,500
6,000
400
1,500
1,000
200
202   Travelling expense       4,000
004   Office furniture and equipment-.     1,000
011   Laundry	
021    Maintenance and operation  of
equipment 1,500
024   General supplies           500
50,132
—   Less Federal health grant —
salaries       ..   ....                        .5 s*.?
Total, Trail Centre
57,004
32,904
24,100
(e) Mental Health Centre,
Nanaimo (Code 15205)
Salaries:
Medical Specialist 3                                14 760
14,460
18,444
Other employees (including Psychologist,  Social Worker,  Nurse,  and
Stenographer)                                     21940
(5) 36,700
(5)
32,904
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
L 107
_d|
^M8
SERVICE                             FM_r_?31,^«6'g
1,500
^OOO
400
1,500
Vote
001
202
004
Oil
028
029
030
Med
Othe
St
Expens
001
202
004
008
Oil
021
024
030
Mental Health Servt
Community Service
(e) Mental Health Centre,
s—Continued
Vanaimo—Continued
1,500
4,000
4|500
400
1,500
1,000
200
200
51,000
35,100
           15,900
h Centre,
de 15206)
14,760
34,956
1,500
6,500
4,000
l^OOO
3,000
200
59,056
34,956
Maintenance  and  operation  of
Patients' Education
3,iZ
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
General expense	
Less Federal health grant—sal-
50,504
(/) Mental Healt
" Prince George (Co
17,600
18,444
r employees  (including Psychol-
st,   Social  Worker,  Nurse,   and
(5)
(5)
32,904
1,500
6,500
6,000
4,000
400
1,500
3!o00
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Medical care
Maintenance  and  operation  of
General supplies	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Less Federal health grant—sal-
57,004
32,904
24,100
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
"SSi8
SERVICE
llfP
Mental Health Services—Continu
Votb 152.
Community Sbrvices—Confined
(g) Mental Health Centre,
„ ,   .                                Kamloops (Code 15207)
Salaries:                                        *
24,100
24,100
Other employees  (including Psychologist,   Social   Worker,   Nurse   and
Stenographer) i 20,196
(5) 34,956
Expenses:
202   Travelling expense      6,500
004   Office furniture and equipment      6,000
008    Medical care 4,000
011    Laundry         400
021    Maintenance   and  operation   of
equipment                                      1,500
—
029 Motor-vehicles and. accessories—     3,000
030 General expense         200
59,056
    Less Federal health grant — sal-
(h) Mental Health Centre,
Salarle_.                             Chilliwack (Code 15208)
Other employees (including Psychologist,  Social  Worker,  Nurse  and
(5) 34,956
—
004   Office furniture and equipment..        6,000
p£9
021    Maintenance  and  operation   of
	
59,056
    Less Federal health grant — sal-
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE                     L 109
B_^_taedfor
SERVICE
igfe
Mental Health Services—Con
Vote 152.
Community Services—Contin
(0 Expansion of Communi
Services (Code 15209)
Total of Vote. 1 5?
Vote 153.
(a) Riverview Hospital (Code 15301)
(.) Vista Rehabilitation Centre (Code 15302)
(c) Venture Rehabilitation Centre (Code 1530
(_) Rehabilitation and After-care Programme
(e)   Valleyview Hospital (Code 15305)
(/) Dellview Hospital (Code 15306)
(_) Skeenaview Hospital (Code 15307
(fc) The Woodlands School (Code 15308)
(i)  The Tranquille School (Code 15309)
(;) Institution Stores (Code 15310)
Salaries:
Hospital employees (including Administration,
Physicians,   Psychologists,   Social   Workers,
Pharmacists,   Therapists,  Teachers,   Techni-
986,541
1,031,249
(3,266)
13,311,088
Mil
Code 15304)
14,455,247
496,500
Expenses:
001    Office expense
12,814
27
588
175
700
450
500
350
650
400
950
100
750
000
500
13,958,747
82,000
36,000
17,000
710,000
950,000
2,450,000
91,000
16
853
004   Office furniture and equipment	
006    Heat, light, power, and water	
2,388
010    Dietary
88
60
011 T.anndry
012 Gratuities to patients
018   Patients' library
3,650
32,500
31
27
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment _
857
900,000
18
025   Occupational and recreational therapy	
028   Patient education
31
000
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
 L 110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
FS_.e!l,I_-65,g
SERVICE
"2Sg»
Mental Health Services—Conn
Votb 153.
In-patient Care—Continued
-
18,135,563
337,044
79,600
38,450
50,000
1,800,000
    Federal health grant—salaries _    283,308
431 Deductions for board       79,600
432 Deductions for rent       39,000
    Sundry transfers 50,000
9,518,597
	
2,251,908
33,760
12,780
9,480
Mental   Health   Centre,
Burnaby
Mental Health Centre, Viel
oria (Vote
Mental   Health   Centre,
Kelowna
Mental Health Centre, Ti
ail (Vote
Mental   Health   Centre,
Nanaimo
Mental Health Centre, Prince George
Mental Health Centre, Kamloops
Mental Health Centre, Chilliwack
In-patient care (Vote 153
10,980
35,832
h grants (other programmes)
Total of Vote 154	
Sub-total, Mental Health Services _
 HEALTH SERVICES AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE
ation and Inspection
lit Accountants 3 .
lit Accountants 2 _
rative Officer 3 _.
ative Officer 1	
Inspector of Hospitals and Consultant 3 	
Seven Inspectors of Hospitals and Consultants 2
Hospital Dietary Consultant	
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 2	
Four Principal Clerks ___.'■
Public Information Assistant	
Two Senior Inspectors, Hospital Insurance Ser-
Six Inspectors, Hospital Insurance Service	
Five Senior Clerks	
Four Clerks 3 __,	
5,940
12,912
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Two Clerk-Stenographers 4
Seven Clerk-Stenographers
"TenClerk-Stenographers 2.
Office Equipment Operator
Five Office Equipn
al Coders and Medical Re-
Two Clerk-Typists
Temporary assistance
8,520
27,648
34,074
5,940
2,964
(113)      583,376
 L 112
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
FM_rche3ai,'l965ng
SERVICE
Ft?
■__5L_S"
34,000
001
202
013
029
030
032
033
Hospital Insurancb Services—Co
55.
Hospital Insurance Service—Cor
Offices expense	
2
000
300
500
000
3,500
1,500
2,484
2,800
1,600
6,500
12,000
"nizpment—
Tabulating and rentals	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Technical surveys	
680,260
758,570
35,750,000
5,700,000
66,000,000
33,000,000
Less Federal share of hospital
insurance programme  35,750,000
33,000,000
39,380,260
156.
019
• Infirm
157.
Long-term Pediatric Care
$40,142,535
$42 993 070
Total, Department of Health Services an
$64,068,486
d Hospital
$68,956,075
 HIGHWAYS
L 113
"____!!_«*
SERVICE
■SOTS'
$15,000
7,680
5,664
500
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Votb 158.
Minister's Office
7'980
(3)
28,844
1,500
6,000
(3) 31,920
6000
36,344
$39 420
Votb 159.
Salaries:
Executive:
—
18,000
13,080
16,200
12,780
12,990
11,880
22,200
8,064
10,260
3,780
6,168
16,548
29,610
17,424
45,504
7,560
5,766
3,276
8,400
Assistant Deputy Minister of Highv
rays —
Assistant Chief Engineer
23,640
8,520
10,560
3,960
7,260
Comptroller of Expenditure's Branch
Comptroller of Expenditure
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Three Principal Clerks
17,364
31,260
18,372
51,432
9,246
(12)
Thirteen Clerks 2
3,672
Clerk-Tvpist 1
9,060
4,704
Clerk 3
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Headquarters—Continued
and Safety
Office:
enographe
r 7.
General Office:
Clerk-Typist 1	
Junior Clerk  ...
ridge Engineering Branch:
Engineer 7 	
Two Engineers 5	
Engineer 3 	
Four Engineering Technicians 3 _
Two Draughtsmen 4	
Draughtsmen 3	
Senior Clerk       .	
Two Clerks 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Mechanical Superintendent 5
Principal Clerk	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 	
onstruction Branch:
Director of Construction	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
aving Branch:
Engineer 7	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Director of Location	
Highway bS_ner"Z__
Two Engineers 3 . ZZZZ
11,820
20,280
8,700
Clerk-Stenographer 3 _
 HIGHWAYS
Vote 159.
General Administration—Conti,
Salaries—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Controlled Access and Subdivision Branch:
Two Draughtsmen 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Right-of-way Branch:
Chief Right-of-way Agent	
Assistant Chief Right-of-way Agent	
Right-of-way Agent 3 	
Clerk 3 	
' Clerk-Stenographer 2 _ 1
Records and Estimates Branch:
Engineer 4	
Engineer 3 1	
Engineering Technician 2	
Draughtsman 2	
Senior Clerk	
Clerk 1 !
Research and Development Branch:
Engineer 8 .	
Two Engineers 3	
Engineering Technician 3	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Ferries Branch-:
Ferry Superintendent ! ____*____**>
ct Office.
Right-of-way Agent 3 I I
Two Right-of-way Agents 21
Chief Clerk	
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
NERAL ADM__STRATION—C
n One—North Vancouver-
'New Westminster)—Conn
Senior Clerk _
Two Clerks 2	
Comox (Courtenay):
Clerk-Stenographer 3 _
Clerk-Stenographer 2 _
Two Clerk-Stenographers
Kamloops (Kamloops):
District Superintendent
k-Stenographer 1	
st (Lillooet):
rict Superintendent 2 _
North Okanagan ('
 HIGHWAYS
L 117
FS§lg
SERVICE
i§§
P
8,580
5,100
3,924
3,060
7,500
5,100
3,348
2,784
8,580
5,100
2,916
8,760
5,100
3,348
3,492
2,400
8,040
5,100
3,924
3,132
8,760
5,100
2,916
2,784
11,100
9,480
9,480
Vote 159.
General Adminis
District Offic
Region Two—Ka
South Okanagan (Kelowna):
H|
9,420
5,340
4,116
3,384
8,160
5,340
3,672
2,964
5^340
3,312
3,096
9,420
5,340
3^672
2,580
7,440
5,340
4,116
3,384
9,420
5,124
3,096
2,964
11,820
10,140
10,140
8,700
6,960
Clerk 7.
South Cariboo (Williams Lake):
Salmon Arm (Salmon Arm):
Similkameen (Penticton):
Yale (Merritt):
Revelstoke (Revelstoke):
Senior Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Tvpist 1
Region Thr
ee-Nelson
Regional Maintenance Engineer
6,168
3,348
6,336
8,760
5,100
Chief Clerk
6,720
3,672
6,558
9,420
5,340
Nelson-Creston (Nelson):
 L 118
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
H^^f^g
SERVICE
F«
»
6,660
2,520
3,636
8,040
5,100
3,924
2,850
8,040
4,998
3,852
2,916
8,040
5,100
3,492
2,916
8,760
5,100
2,400
Vote 159.
General Administration—Contin
Salaries—Continued
District Offices—Continued
Region Three—Nelson—Continu
Nelson-Creston (Nelson)—Continued
Two Clerks 2	
8,232
3.168
8,340
2,832
3,960
8,340
5,340
2,964
8,340
5,340
3,528
8,340
5,340
3,672
2,964
9,420
5,340
4,116
2,580
7,620
4,116
11,820
10,140
10,140
9,420
Columbia (Golden):
Cranbrook (Cranbrook):
District Superintendent 2
Senior Clerk —.	
Clerk 2 — __	
Clerk 1 	
Kaslo-Slocan (New Denver):
Senior Clerk ._—__
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Rossland-Trail (Rossland):
District Superintendent 2 , _,
Senior Clerk	
Clerk 2 	
Grand Forks-Greenwood (Grand Forks):
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Fernie (Fernie):
Engineer 3 	
District Superintendent 2	
8,040
11,100
9,480
Region Four—Prince George
Regional Highway Engineer	
Regional Construction Engineer	
8|o40
6,168
3,348
Mechanical Superintendent 5	
Right-of-way Agent 3	
Chief Clerk	
j     8,700
3,672
3,384
Clerk-Stenographer 2
 HIGHWAYS
L 119
pf___m>%lli*
SERVICE
LJg§^
8,040
Vote 159.
General ADMDnsTRA-noN—Contin
District Offices—Continued
Region Four—Prince George—Conth
Fort George (Prince George):
8,340
5,340
5.928
3,312
5,340
3,672
3,096
8,340
5,340
7,800
5,340
3,672
9,240
3^672
9,060
5,340
4,116
6,960
5,340
4,116
7,260
5,340
3,528
100,000
6,180
5,100
Senior Clerk	
3,060
North Cariboo (Quesnel):
Omineca East (Vanderhoof):
7,140
Omineca West (Burns Lake):
District Superintendent 2
Clerk 5
South Peace River (Pouce Coupe) ■
8,220
North Peace River (Fort St. John)
Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert):
5,100
3,924
2,400
6,660
Skeena East (Smithers):
3,492
6,180
(285)   1,703,668
(285)
,803,274
 L 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
F___*_31.$_?S
SERVICE
F%i
_S5.W
155,000
160,000
25,000
5,000
2,500
70,000
6,000
17,000
Votb 159.
General Administration—Cont
Expenses:
150
5
2
70
17
000
500
000
000
007   Advertising .	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment
146 668
Vote 160.
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, an
    Salaries , (14
[031   Expenses, including seasonal, steady daily-')
[032   Snow removal and ice control j
d Tunnels
removal:
I) 737,188
19,935,012
18,771,317
19,500,000
20,672,200
372,200
Trans-Canada Highway
5,625,000
1,875,000
4 000 000
3 750 000
Vote 162.
Roads, Bridges, and Ferris
030    (a) General highways — capital (Code"]
47,165,000
030   (.) Bridges, ferry-landings, marine ways!
030    (c) Hard"   surfacing — capital    (Codel
43,000,000
 FSl§lg
SERVICE                           Fi£j
££S.88»
Vote 163.
Highways within Municd?al Limits
150,000
019    (a) Local highways (Code 16301)         150,000
019    (6) Arterial highways in cities with population  in  excess  of   15,000   (Code
500,001'
650,000
Total of Vote 163
650,000
Vote 164.
35,00 i
35,000
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, etc.
15,312
475,000
490,312
515,996
Vote 166.
Grants and Subsidies
2,50i
14,000
019   Grant toward pumping charges, sundry
dyking commissions and districts 14,000
16,500
Total of Vote 166 .
16,500
Vote 167.
Purchase of New Equipment
016   Equipment and machinery )
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories                  f   2,250,000
2,250,000
Total of Vote 167
2,250,000
Total, Department of Highways	
$71,824,824
$76,968,190
  INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, 1
) COMMERCE
n£2£
i^e8
SERVICE
F»
",_*■
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL DEVEL
TRADE, AND COMMERCE
Votb 168.
Salaries:
OPMENT,
$17,500
5,076
22,576
1,000
'450
3,150
004   Office furniture and equipment _____?"*']'
3,645
531 026
General Administration
Salaries:
15,000
8,400
6,168
4,356
9,000
3,132
Director, Data Processing Centre (all depart-
6
9
700
720
560
408
(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 1
(7)
46,056
5,000
1,000
Expenses:
59,168
900
6,000
250
1,000
1,000
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment	
013   Printing and publications 	
030   Mapping, draughting, and contingencies-
54,206
Total of Vote 169     ......
68 318
Vote 170.
Agent-General's Office and British Colum
London, England
(a) Agent-General's Office (Code 170C
Salaries:
bia House,
1)
11,100
8,760
8,400
5,100
3,924
(2)
Deputy Agent-General    ....      9,060
Administrative Officer 3      8,700
Two Senior Clerks 10,464
Clerk 2                                        .     4.116
 L 124
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
__§__•
SERVICE
F'^
ffl8
3,420
2,850
3,204
1,500
Agent-General's Office and British Colum
London, England—Continued
(a) Agent-GeneraVs Office—Continu
Salaries—Continued
97,718
48,304
(10) 59,958
(10)
14,260
7,000
3,000
003   Industrial and trade promotion—      1,760
031    Expenses—immigration service—     3,000
(6) British Columbia House
(Code 17002)
92,230
2,592
2,592
(2)          4,560
2,340
700
Two Engineers                                    4,980
Night Watchman        2,520
Temporary assistance 700
(5)  13,804
006   Heat, light, power, and water      6,000
020   Cleaning and janitors' supplies._     6,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies       3,000
(5)         12,784
5,000
6,000
3,300
4,000
1/700
3,000
1,000
44,484
136,714
80,300
432   Less rents from British Columbia House _
146,022
84,600
56,414
 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, TRADE, i
Bureau of Economics ai
Research Officer 4	
Three Research Office
Two Research Officer:
Three Research Office
Chief Clerk	
Senior Clerk	
Four Clerks 3     	
Two Clerks 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
(Code 17102)
50,000
Mechanical Tabulation Drvis
Salaries:
14 520
22,536
9,048
Four Senior Tabulating-machine Operators 2_
Two Data Processing Operators 5   .    .
Two Senior Tabulating-machine Operators 1
~1^0
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
SERVICE
™
£.
Vote 172.
Mechanical Tabulation Divisio
Salaries—Continued
Six Data Processing Operators 4 	
Four Tabulating-machine Operators 2	
Data Processing Operator 3	
Tabulating-machine Operator  1	
Data Processing Operator 2	
52
32,232
4,704
4,188
3,276
20,022
Key-punch Supervisor	
Seven Office Equipment Operators 2	
Eleven Key-punch Operators -
Two Office Equipment Operators 1	
Two Key-punch Trainees	
4,332
5,160
4,200
Expenses:
(25)       104,802
1,400
126,552
4,000
1,000
41,438
247,000
24,055
97,092
004   Office furniture and equipment .	
015 Rental of tabulating-machines	
016 Rental of data processing equipment—
030   Incidentals and contingencies	
451    Less recoverable  from  Liquor  Contr
Ronrd
272,184
21,200
_
444,895
30,000
250,984
Vote 173.
Industrial and Trade Office
Salaries:
8,700
3,672
3,492
001    Office expense "i
004   Office furniture and equipment _H
(2)         11,892
2,600
33,000
(2)
12,372
100
25,000
8.000
014   Rent (P.N.E. building)	
Total of Vote 173
47,842
68,322
 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, TRADE, AND COMMERCE
L 127
«
SERVICE                             ^SSll, _W*
VOTE 174.
British Columbia House, San Francisco
8,400
4,800
(3)        26,332
(3) 27,280
Expenses:
3,800
6,000
007    Advertising and displays                                        6,000
4,560
031    American exchange             4,850
61,782
64,220
701    Less chargeable to Vote 298 — California
23,289
Office .           26,435
38,493
Total of Vote 174	
Vote 175.
37,785
4,000
4 000
Vote 176.
*75,000
Vote 177.
Trade Promotion
007   British Columbia International 1967 Cen-
30,000
10,000
030   Trade conferences and missions 15,000
40,000
40000
Vote 178.
10,000
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
^M^hlflsl?8
SERVICE                             FiI_i_°31,w«!
260,000
Vote 179.
019   Grant to Britisl
Total, Depart!
Cc
$1,013,961
of Industrial Development, Trade,
_==__=__
 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
0.
Mbshster's Office
sr of Labour (paid as Minister of Educa-
e and equipment _
15,000
11,730
8,400
8,400
6,960
6,420
13,080
61,176
23,976
39,096
4,812
3^852
4,596
18,036
44,856
6,192
2,400
1,200
Assistant Deputy Minist
Vice-Chairman, Board
and Labour Relations
Chief Industrial Relation
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
of Industrial Relations
12,240
8,700
(10)
(5)
(10)
Two Industrial delations
Thirteen Industrial Relat
Seven Industrial Relation
Eight Industrial Relation
Principal Clerk	
Clerk 3
Officers 4
ons Officers 3	
s Officers 2	
13,680
79,638
35484-
5,280
Clerk 2 .
4,800
19,512
48,816
(6,696
Five Clerk-Stenographers
Fourteen Clerk-Stenogra
3	
Junior Clerk.
Clerk-Typist 1
2,700
1,200
Special living allowance
Expenses:
(60)
287,082
33^000
1,000
3,000
(63)
326,240
11,500
33,000
202   Travelling expense
004 Office furniture and
005 Allowances, Board
members
4,000
 L 130
ESTIMATES OF EXP__nblTURE, 1965/66
S
31 __»*
SERVICE
FSc_
!»
3,000
500
Vote 181.
General Administration—Continu
Expenses—Continued
3,000
500
344,240
57,208
338,482
35,000
    Less chargeable to Apprenticeship Branch,
379,240
35,000
303,482
Vote 182.
Factories Branch
7,260
26,568
13,920
3,960
(3)
8,040
19,860
13,320
Four Inspectors of Elevators	
(7)
45,000
900
175
(8
Expenses:
51,708
4,300
50,075
Total of Vote 182
Vote 183.
Salaries:
7,980
6,960
6,720
19,104
39,306
4,260
(5)
7,320
6,420
18,504
24,228
Three Apprenticeship Counsellors 2	
3,780
6,078
5,184
6,570
5,040
5,664
120
(15)
71,634
3,600
9,500
1,000
(21)
101,724
4,500
13,500
1,500
1,000
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipment     '
005   Allowances,    ProvifliiiU   Apprenticeship
 Labour Relations Branch
6,960
7,860
26,640
5^544
5,040
Chief Executive Officer	
Registrar and Secretary
8,700
7,260
8,340
40,488
23,664
5,940
7,848
5^664
(4)
Industrial Relations Officer 4
(6)
Four Conciliation Officers 7.
Principal Clerk
Expenses:
(24)
123,372
5,000
20,000
isiooo
(23)  124,248
7,000
18,000
900
15,000
5,000
004 Office furniture and equipment	
005 Allowances, Board members	
034   Research     _
173,072
178,948
Vote 185.
8,000
10,500
500
500
Total, Department of Labour
$1,217,801
$
,434,364
  LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
SERVICE
Figggg.
$
Year Ending
$15,000
5,322
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS, AND
Vote 187.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources
WATER RESOURCES
$17,500
(2)       20,322
(2) 23,314
750
4,500
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipment	
25,372
Lands Servicb
Vote 188.
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of T _nds
18,000
12,240
5',940
9,408
3,528
15,726
4,560
3^960
5,466
16,200
11,940
7,320
5,664
Principal Clerk
3,492
Clerk _
4,356
4,068
Clerk-Stenographer 5
3,780
5,106
(
Expenses:
(15)        85,356
3,500
15) 91,068
5,500
2,500
850
2,300
004   Office furniture and equipment	
1,000
Total of Vote 188   ...
95,356
103,218
019   Grant to British Columbia Natural Reso
irees  Con-
1,500
1,500
 ESTIMATES OF E
;NDITURE, 1965/66
9^660
6,420
6,960
22,176
33,834
24,984
6,624
13,680
Lands Service—Continued
o Division
or Clerk
ee Clerks 2	
Clerk-Stenographer
Two Clerk-Stenogr
aphers 2	
Temporary assistance
5
340
11
022
3
384
2
520
1
000
(15) 67
018
id Settlement B
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Four Principal Clerks
Eight Senior Clerks
Five Clerks 3   ....
Two Clerks 2
Six Clerks 1
21,900
7,344
18,492
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
Expenditure for
SERVICE
»
Lands Service—Cont
Lands Branch—Con
nued
14,726
3,204
15,094
Salaries—Continued
ation-Co
minued
Temporary assistance      _      ...
14,848
(37)
177,870
4,500
900
2,500
200
(38)   197,504
004   Office furniture and equipmei
700
6000
193,170
Vote 194.
040   Pre-servicing Crown Lands fo
Votb 195.
Salaries:
Sale or L
* Division
100,000
8,400
23,040
10,236
3,420
6,552
2,718
2,040
19,500
9,780
(3)
(13)
(2)
Clerk-Typist 1                   	
Expenses:
(24)
180,006
2,800
27»8J)p'
330
7,400
(39)  294,807
202   Travelling expense                                               si'onn
004   Office furniture and equipmeq
016   Equipment and machineQr ^^
029 Motor-vehicles and accessorie
030 Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 195
218,826
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
)S Service—Continued
Surveyor-General and Director of Surveys ai
Assistant Director of Surveys and Mapping _
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Expenses:
100
I    004   Office furniture-and equipment
200
Total of Vote 196
30,028
30,920
Vote 197.
Special Commitments
2,500
027   B.C.-Yukon-Northwest Territories Bound-
2,500
031   Alberta-B.C. Boundary — inspection and
500
3,000
3,000
Votb 198.
Legal Surveys Division
Salaries:
Chief, Legal Surveys Division
10,140
80^460
6,720
29,214
29,700
5,940
5,556
91,260
18,150
4,908
11,352
■■    |,3_&''£
9,480
8,760
74,160
6,420
27,408
28,320
5,664
5,304
(16)       78,246
16,992
Nine Surveyors 2
Chief Clerk
Five Field Survey Assistants 4                Z    '
Five Draughtsmen 4
.   Mapping Assistant 4
Supervisor, Reproduction Laboratory   "
Eighteen Draughtsmen 3	
Four Field Survey Assistants 3
9,798
4,356
3,924
Photostat Operator
Blueprinter's Assistant 2	
Two Draughtsmen 1           •"■' '■' _     ■
Two Clerks 2	
7,788
7.2.1'.
2,916
Clerk-Stenographer 3         ?"• ■_:,■/ -. v- --
Clerk-Typist 2	
3,672
3,384
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 137
Estimated
March 31,1965 8
SERVICE
g|
r£»
Lands Service—Continued
... a .Surveys and Mapping Branch—Com
Vote 198.
nued
Legal Surveys Division—Continu
Salaries—Continued
2,766
5,406
2,700
(61)
Expenses:
343,320
2,100
1,940
1,000
2,500
4,200
38,000
80,000
6,000
15^000
1,000
4,200
38,000
021   Maintenance and operation of equipmehr——
024   Blueprint and photostat supplies	
6,000
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories-________;■_.!
 Less reimbursement, Department of High-
33,000
434,244
Total of Vote 198   .
Geographic Division
10,140
7,980
6J20
6,720
6,^5
5,940
54,132
21,576
7,932
f«S__
3,960
10,513
7,320
Research Officer 3
7,320
6,420
Supervisor, Map Production                     .   ,   .  "    .,
Supervisor, Map Distribution -_t—1
6,168
51,786
Assistant Supervisor, Trigonometric Control	
20,202
Four Mapping Assistants 3 _Y____
-.  Two Draughtsmen 2
3,924
Clerk 7.
3 $ji$
Clerk-Stenographer 3    	
9,150
Temporary assistance       '""'' " ' *"
(25)      144,618
(25)
53,805
 L 138
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
Fi|Ml°YearEn|hi.
SERVICE
FKc_
SlW
1,500
1,200
300
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Conti
Vote 199.
Geographic Division—Continued
Expenses:
1,500
1,400
650
2,200
11,500
5,000
1,000
177,055
388,589
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories	
032 Map printing	
033 Map purchases	
034 Map distribution  1 !	
15,900
1,000
168,518
Total of Vote 199
Votb 200.
Topographic Division
Salaries:
10,140
9,420
62,700
7,260
6,720
29,700
11,880
49,788
55,020
3^600
3,888
3,672
7,920
9,480
8,760
57,720
6,960
6,168
27.126
5,916
11,328
41,820
56,698
4,500
3,348
3,348
3,492
8,940
Supervising Surveyor	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 -	
(43)      262,312
1,000
300
525
16,000
11,000
1,200
75,000
2,000
2,000
(43)
Expenses:
279,264
1,000
425
14,000
10,000
1,200
75,000
5,000
2,000
004   Office furniture and equipment
016   Equipment and machinery	
021   Maintenance and operation of equipment
024    Mapping materials
031    Processing materials
371,337
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 139
*J1I.8
SERVICE
xs,»
(6)
(10)
(3)
9,480
8,040
6,960
6,420
12,336
12,840
12,336
16,992
16,992
3L416
50,304
10,908
9,192
5,304
3,636
14,328
13,452
4,986
3,924 \
3,348
5,544
Lands Service—Continued
Surveys and Mapping Branch—Con
Votb 201.
Ant DrvisiON
Salaries:
10,140
9,060
7,260
6,720
13,416
13,920
12,912
17,820
17,820
6,372
42,348
11.112
10,032
5,556
10,402
18,336
5,280
2,580
2,832
3,672
6,796
276,928
Supervisor, Air Surveys Photographic Labora-
Two Air Survey Pilots
Two Instrument-makers                       »___!  Y-h
Two Air Survey Technicians
Supervisor Assistant, Photographic Laboratory.
Four Air Survey Photographic Technicians -	
(51)
267,420
800
550
29,000
350
13,000
2,790
32,300
6,000
20,860
(54)
296,438
800
5,000
500
17,600
30,200
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equipment	
018   Air Photo Library
024   Mapping material
027   Field operations
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories	
031    Processing laboratory
22,000
373,870
100,000
 Less reimbursement from Forest Survey
376,928
100,000
273,870 1
Total of Vote 201
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
ior Clerk	
k-Stenographer
21,000
4,404
12,168
llmg expensi
Office furniture and equipment	
Equipment rental 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds-
Maintenance and operation of equipmei
Acquisition or construction of new built
Motor-vehicle
tiTn^coT
bu
P.S.M.P.A.
ion
s    and
Planning and
Estimated rev
Education
omWarta
f
of
277,235
Recoverable f
British Col
rom Univer
tty
of
7 500
5
400
6
492
548
860
21
900
584
12
708
272
864
19
836
61
824
30
604
32) 205
816
3
2
500
96
2
100
000
88
900
7
000
55
000
16
10
000
488
916
Total of Vote 202	
Sub-total, Lands Sen_e
 AND WATER RESOURCES
Forest Service
Deputy Minister of Forests	
Chief Forester '--Taohaanui
Two Assistant Chief Foresters ______________o
$18,000
13,920
25,320
Five Foresters 6	
54,900
Forest Protection Officer 4 kgc.0
Director of Grazing :	
10,140
10,140
Three District Forest Agrologists 1	
Six Forest Agrologists 2 ! !	
Engineer 6	
Four Engineers 5  !	
Four Engineers 4	
18,765
45,282
40,200
36,960
Engineer 2
7,980
Superintendent,   Forest   Service   Maintenance
6,840
8,340
7,620
Equipment Superintendent, Forest Service	
Assistant Radio Superintendent	
Assistant Superintendent of Construction	
Thirty-three Technical-Forest Officers 4
7,260
7,260
One hundred and thirty Technical Forest Officers 3-
Thirty-eight Technical Forest Officers 2
Technical Forest Officer 1
Personnel Officer 3
4,482
Personnel Officer 1
7,260
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
FKc
3L%II8
SERVICE
aj|
m
40,014
6,660
10,134
7,320
13,320
5,916
12,336
6,168
11,832
5,448
5,340
20,208
9,720
8,856
17,496
18,000
5,544
5,100
6,168
61,752
62,658
2,988
2,520
3,060
6,420
5,664
25^050
10,092
9,840
65,832
10,476
28,356
11,772
2,340 |
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 203.
General Administration, Protectio
Management of Forests—Contin
ed
49,380
12,648
5,280
13,920
6,192
12,912
6,456
12,384
5,628
5,580
20,928
20,928
10,200
9,336
15,804
19,632
5,796
5,340
6,456
64',732
66,942
2,766
3,240
6,960
6,192
5,340
26,484
10,572
10,320
81,276
24^840
12,780
2,460
(6)
(2)
Piihlir- Information Assistant
Two Engineering Technicians 3 _______
Yard  Foreman,   Forest   Service   Maintenance
Two   Foremen,   Forest   Service   Maintenance
Shipwright Foreman, Forest Service Mainte-
Carpenter Foreman, Forest Service Maintenance
Four Shipwrights, Forest Service Maintenance
Four Marine Mechanics, Forest Service Mainte-
Two Senior Mechanics, Forest Service Mainte-
(4)
(4)
Four Stockmen 5	
Photographer 3	
Photographer 2	
(8)
Nine Draughtsmen 4
Twelve Draughtsmen 3
Fifteen Draughtsmen 2
Draughtsman 1
Mapping Assistant 2
Mapping Assistant 1
Data Processing Operator 5
Data Processing Operator 4
Four Audit Accountants 2
Two Launch Captains and Engineers
Two Launch Captains
(11)
(2)
Fourteen Radio Technicians 2
Radio Technician 1
(6)
Five Radio Operators 2
Three Stockmen 3
Stockman 1
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 143
fS§I8
SERVICE
agj
r Ending
30,714
59,640
95,532
206,980
106_|fe_
74,232
9,060
4,356
7,920
65,520
85,662
35,412
12,696
3,800
3,768
3,984
2,784
3,348
23,540
272,272
642,688
Six
Ten
For
Thi
Fou
Cle
Thr
Twe
Twc
Thi
Bui]
Bui
Twc
Dri
Wat
Offi
Sun
Forest Ser
203.
~~~       General Administ
Management of
Forests—Con
34,242
57,882
120,054
203,424
121,434".
72,972
9,840
4,560
12,708
73,998
1,548
43,074
13,344
4,200
L884
4,224
3,468
3,096
3,672
24,960
290,134
689,958
nty-tbree Senior Clerks
r Junior Clerks
(18)
nty-Eight Clerk-Stenographer
S 2  ___
(12)
Building Service Workers 2
er, Forest Service Maihtena-
chman, Forest Service Mainte
_ Depot.	
ial living allowance	
001
202
004
007
009
015
016
017
021
028
^
(756)
(738)
5,143,870
126,000
275,700
30,000
53,000
35,000
30,000
632,000
268,600
95,000
300,500
513,570
295,830
222,500
63,700
40,000
1,578,200
555,785
7,748
5,590,876
141,000
6L200
30i0OO
632,000
268,600
102,660
308,000
543,300
631,000
65/700
40,000
1,673,300
570,000
7,800
Mre furniture and equipm
Clothing and uniforms
6s
Equipment rental (aircraft)
Equipment and machinery
Purchase and maintenance c
Tradioequip-
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Acquisition or construction of buildings
029
030
031
032
033
Motor-vehicles and accessor!
Repair and construction of
Seasonal staff—wages and e
es	
aunches, etc.
Forest atlas and air photos .
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, :
Forest Service—Con
42,169
85,000
222,500
25,000
0,693,072
39,128
807,256
52
000
43
600
85
000
222
500
280
000
25
000
12,021
311
Less—
._ Chargeable to Reforestation and
Forest Nursery (Vote 204)— 1
_ Chargeable to Forest Research
(Vote 205) 1
_ Chargeable to Public Information
and Education (Vote 206)	
__ Chargeable to Forest Service
Training-school (Vote 207)—
... Chargeable to Engineering Services (Vote 209)  8
L Chargeable to Forest Surveys and
Inventory (Vote 211)   3
_ Chargeable to Silviculture (Vote
213) 1
_ Chargeable to Grazing Range
Improvement Fund (Vote 214)
_ Chargeable to Peace River Timber Salvage (Vote 216) 	
Timber-
ale forfeitures _
25,000
Recover
ible from Fede
598,000
Departm
ent  of   Indian
Affairs
36,000
Total of Vote 2(
Reforestation and Forest Nursery
' charge-back (General Administra-
 AND WATER RESOURCES
Forest Service—Continued
Vote 204.
Reforestation and Forest Nursery—Contini
001 Office expense  4
202 Travelling expense	
016 Equipment and machinery	
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
ssories " '"
Plantation improvements
13,500
26,000
Forest Research
888   Salary charge-back (General Administration Vote)	
001   Office expense	
2,300
1,500
2,000
3,500
10,000
50^552 I
227,69
Heat, light, power, and w
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and ac
Projects " •'    '
Public Information and Education
888 Salary charge-back (General Administra-
53,490                   tion Vote) _ 57,144
3,600      001    Office expense  3,600
10,0001     202   Travelling expense  10,000
 j. 146                              ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
E!__ffT%§8
SERVICE
g|
ar Ending
26,500
U00
100
250
Fop^EST Service—Continuec
Vote 206.
Public Information and Education—
007   Advertising and publicity .	
-Continued
16,708
lt?0j>.
2,200
250
117,702
016    Equipment and machinery
114,048
Forest Service TRaindmg-schc
888    Salary charge-back (General Administration Vntf_
42,912
1,400
4,000
900
1,150
2,200
1,000
39,128
4,000
7,800
900
1,700
1,000
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
55,197
887    Students   and   seasonal  staff   (including
58,000
118,662
17,500
411    Lew Federal grant
118,075
9,540
128,862
10,200
108,535
Vote 208.
019   Grant to Canadian Forestry Associatioa
17,500
Votb 209.
Engineering Services and. Forest-develc
888    Salary charge-back (General Administration Vote)
869,194
6,000
55,400
8,500
3,100
12,700
55,200
2,561,597
153,500
3,700
654,292
6,800
55,400
8,500
3,100
13,600
55,200
2,722,209
153,500
2,800
001    Office expense
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds—
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
026   Forest-development roads
027   Engineering surveys
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
48§h
SERVICE
FM
_{__.
Forest Service—Continue
Vote 209.
Engineering Services and Forest-developme_
rr Roads—C
ESS
7 600
C°030° Incidentals and contin e   '
7,600
110000
3,793,001
3,846,491
Less—
 Chargeable to Silviculture (Vote
409,398
213)                            316,336
    Chargeable to Peace River Timber Salvage (Vote 216)   100,596
    Chargeable to other votes 110,000
113,804
526,932
3,269,799
3,319,559
520,0( 0
411    Recoverable from Federal Gov-
1,341,727
1,977,832
Vote 210.
1,400,000
030   Fire Suppression
Vote 211.
Forest Surveys
888    Salary charge-back (General Administra
354,15 8
tion Vote)
11,437
100,000
737,572
31,950
32,000
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories
1,000
10,000
10,000
031   Inventory of special sale area.
1,217,507
Less—
411    Recoverable from Federal Gov
401,350
ernment.                                     401,3 ";o
12,000
10,000
    Receipts from cruising charges     12,000
401    Miscellaneous receipts     10,000
Total of Vote 211
423,350
794,157
877,660
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Two Data Processing Operators 2.
Two Office Equipment Operators
Key-punch Supervisor	
Four Key-punch Operators	
Total of Vote 212 _
529,238
1,267,754
Travelling expense _
itenance of buildings and grounds	
itenance and operation of equipment
ir-vehicles and accessories	
47,000
1,000
57,500
Stand treatment	
Total of Vote 213 _
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
-Sfll8
SERVICE
FM
.KLW
2,000
Expen
202
016
026
031
032
Votb
031
Vote
Fore
Forest Service—Continu
Graze.0 Range Improvement
2,000
2,000
14,256
500
2,000
Maintenance and operation of equipment
500
Seed for logged grazing leases	
Excess of disbursements over statutory
appropriation carried to Fund	
Total of Vote 214 (statutory, Grazing A
IS.
70,000
5,000
80,000
4,500
75,000
ct, R.S.B.C.
75,500
10,000
10,000
Peace River Power Timber Sa
6,960
6,324
5,124
480
23,028
5,9 6
Tech
Tech
Speci
Expens
001
202
015
016
021
028
031
5,100
(3)       48,276
1,200
(3) 41,916
1,200
6,500
1,800
42,050
5,400
1,200
7,500
5,100
1,250,000
42,050
5,400
4,900
5,100
Heat, light, power, and water	
Equipment rental (aircraft) 	
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Acquisition and construction of buildings
730,000
Pond-clearing
848,226
848,216
1,362,666
1,362,656
Total of Vote 7.16
10
10
Sub-total, Forest Service
$15,330,038
16,691,737
  LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 151
RM_r
bX-!18
SERVICE
i
^
$15,000
4,212
DEPARTMENT (
WATER R
Water
Vote 217.
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Water Re
Assistant Deputy Minister of
)F LANDS, FOREST
.SOURCES—Continue
Resources Service
il Administration
3, And
$17,000
10,770
4,560
2,832
Water Resources
(2)
19,2 2
(4)
35,162
500
3,500
2,200
013    Printing and p_bl_5_ti_B
Total of Vote 217
Vote 218.
Salaries:
19,212
$41 362
ft Rights Branch
12,360
9,840
10,260
68,760
42,030
21,594
7,680
5,424
14,832
6,168
5,664
12,564
4,986
7,500
6,420
6,420
5,664
9,312
12,276
16,884
4,440
17,460
Deputy Comptroller of Water
Rights "'
10
10
10
37
86
770
560
400
500
540
(1)
(8)
(6)
Four Engineers 1
8
20
5
22
8
6
6
340
940
640
456
224
868
980
720
720
560
008
330
150
034
(3)
Draughtsman 4
(3)
Two Draughtsmen 2
(2)
Audit Accountant 7
Chief Clerk
(1)
(2)
Senior Clerk
Three Clerks 3 ....
(5)
Five Clerk-Stenographers 3 .
Five Clerk-Stenographers 2 __
 L 152
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
"Man
'£,%§*
SERVICE
FS
'ear Ending
3,132
1,480
Water Resources Service—Contin
Vote 218.
Water Rights Branch—Continue
Salaries-Continued
3,600
(68)
376,876
8,900
29,600
5,000
3,600
3,100
1,600
400
10,100
1,000
(71)
Expenses:
001    Office expense	
417,270
8,400
29,600
L400
1,600
400
5,400
1,000
004   Office furniture and equipment	
016   Equipment and machinery ,
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment _
440,176
474,645
Votb 219.
Water Investigations Branch
12,660
10,980
10,770
28,620
28,260
81,810
11,940
10,050
Assistant Chief Engineer
(4)
(8)
36,840
60,900
6,420
6,420
14,640
16,632
Three Engineers 5	
Three Engineers 4	
Ten Engineers 3 	
Engineer 2
Meteorologist 2
10,140
Hydrologist 3
' Two Engineering Technicians 4'"
15,240
24,390
11,136
4,404
3,960
6,456
11,880
5,124
8,004
3,744
(3)
(3)
1 Two Engineering Technicians 1                  "'   '
(2)
7,704
6,168
11,328
4,692
3',420
2,652
2,220
1,260
Field Survey Assistant 2
Two Draughtsmen 4
Draughtsman 3 	
:   Two Draughtsmen 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
,  Clerk-Tvuist 2
.   Clerk-Typist 1 .
2,460
2,520
1,350
lunior Clerk .._.
(39)
261,588
(39)
283,908
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
001    Office expense _
202 Travelling e:
004 Office furniture and equipmei
016 Equipment and machinery	
021 Maintenance and operation ol
029 Motor-vehicles and accessorie
Water Investigations and Hydraulic Surveys and Projects
:r Investigations and hydraulic surveys         220,000
.  A.R.D.A. projects _
 Recoverable from snow surveys..     3,900
—   Transfer to Vote 36 (A.R.D.A.
projects) 175,000
11    Recoverable from Federal Government for Fraser River in-
erable from Feder:
Total of Vote 221— :
Canada-British Columbia Joint Development A
031 North and West Vancouver stream im
provements  1         700,001
032 Chilliwack-Vedder River improvement         506,O0<
 L 154
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
F___c
.llwM8
SERVICE                           flM_rX1ll,_
p
Water Resources Service—Continued
Vote 222.
Canada-British CbLtJMBiA Joint Development Act—Continued
000
1,900,000
Less—
411    Recoverable from Federal Government under Canada Water
    Recoverable from local authorities                                    470,000
Votb 223.
Southern Okanagan Lands Projbct
(6)
4,500
4,068
5,316
5,064
4,548
26,568
4,860
4,212
4,068
4,044
3,984
Senior Clerk
Senior Ditch Rifle.  	
Seven Ditch Ridefs                                                        32,796
Heavy Duty Mechanic                                            4,908
Bridgeman 1                                                                    4452
Tractor Operator 2                                                         4',52il
Truck-driver 2
Bridge labourer
Sundry employees                                                       -^4 378
(18)
1,640
400
18,850
300
3,830
53,960
(15) 96,238
001   Office expense                                                     1 150
004   Office furniture and equipment	
020   Maintenance and operation Of irtlgwion
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES                        L 155
«
SERVICE                             FM_n*3l,_«g
Water Resources Service—Continued
Vote 223.
Southern Okanagan Lands Project—Continued
Expenses—Continued
190,345
152,478
Vote 224.
25,000
Vote 225.
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging
30,000
030   Stream-gauging                                                     50,000
	
031    Hydrologic decade studies            40,000
30 000
Vote 226.
030   Canadian Council of Resources Ministers
—British Columbia contribution to the
031     Economic Studies                                                                 . OOO
Vote 227.
$1,245,713
$18,560,986
Total, Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Re-
  MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
L 157
Exp__
it8
SERVICE
-w
$15,000
5,664
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND PETROL
Votb 228.
Minister's Office
Salaries:
Minister of Mines and Petroleum Resources .
Secretary
Expenses:
BUM RESOURCES
$17,500
5,076
(2)
20,664
500
4,000
(2) 22,576
202   Travelling expense
Total of Vote 228
Vote 229.
General Admi
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Min
4,000
25,164
NTSTRATION—TITLES ANI
s and Petroleum Re-
Accounts
10,260
8,400
6,420
6,420
11,328
4,794
12,564
4,356
11,700
2,460
7,344
3,348
3,204
4,800
2,220
Chief Gold Commissione
sioner, Petroleum and
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
r and Chief Commis-
^atural Gas	
10,980
8,700
7,110
(1)
(2)
Draughtsman 3 .
5,232
13'_24
(2)
Draughtsman 7.
Three Clerks 3
(3)
Three Clerk-Stenographer
s/t
12,636
(1)
Three Draughtsmen 1
Two Clerk-Stenographers
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk 1
7,488
2,700
5,646
2,460
Junior Clerk
23,500
2,700
8,000
15,000
15,000
Expenses:
(3
(30)
)  166,898
24,500
3,500
15ioOO
15,000
004   Office furniture and equipment	
007   Legal advertising, Crown reserve sales	
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Total of Vote 229	
208,806
         232,898
 L 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, t. 65/$$
Man
«f^f»§8
SERVICE
■_g25L_
(1)
66,360
23,580
6,540
7,320
5,304
7,848
3,780
VOTE 230.
MlNERALOGICAL BRANCH
Salaries:
12,660
10,560
70,980
25,740
7,260
15,240
5,556
8,'232
3,456
64
64
(19)      147,252
18,000
4,500
(20)
164,664
4,500
40,000
205,752
Total of Vote 230
Votb 231.
Analytical and Assay Branch
Salaries:
231,
10,560
7,980
13,680
3,960
3,912
3,168
10,260
7,680
12,828
4,356
3,780
2,850
Crusherman
(8)
1,000
5,900
(8)
47,964
1,000
5,900
024   Scientific   and   technical   supplies   and
52,326
Vote 232.
Inspection Branch
Salaries:
Chief Inspector of Mines
11,820
10,980
30,420
49,620
(«)
10,680
9,840
Deputy Chief Inspector of Mines         .
Three Senior Inspectors of Mines _„ ■,
Five Engineers 5
56,880
29/700
Four Engineers 3
29,520
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
L 159
J_PB
M8
SERVICE
FiS
£S»
Vote 232.
Inspection Branch—
Continued
24^954
3,960
2,460
180
23,622
3,564
3,492
2,586
180
Four Instructors, Mine Rescue a
nd First
Aid__    .
Expenses:
024   Apparatus and sup^ifs
027   Inspection and field expen
(20)
148,944
12,000
38,500
(23)
178,956
12,000
41,500
199,444
Vote 233.
Petroleum and Naturai
Chief, Petroleum and Natural Gas Brand
.Gas Brai
11,400
19,920
10,680
9,480
26,280
19,200
18,840
9,060
24,360
12,384
7,620
12,210
6,960
5^664
15,138
3,852
3,708
3,276
6,696
3,588
2^916
10,396
4,860
3,360
Four Engineering Technicians 2
Principal Cl_rlr
Two Engineering Technicians 1
23,580
5,940
10,152
3,960
4,116
6,984
7,344
3,888
7,536
2,964
11,466
2,520
2,880
Two Building Service Workers 2
(36)
198,526
7,000
35,000
13,500
(36)
5,000
12,500
031    Stratigraphic    laboratory
spites
and
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
B___h"l,-«g
SERVICE
Fi_s
rc^.^8
Votb 233.
Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch
Expenses—Continued
032   Conservation  Committee  and   Right  of
—Continued
2,000
1,500
800
1,500
033    Peace River field office (Charlie Lake)	
270 414
Vote 234.
Grants and Subsumes
019   Canadian Institute of Mining and Metal-
500
9,500
12,000
500
9,500
12,000
019   Mine-rescue and first-aid work	
019   Grants to Chambers of Mines and Miscel-
22,000
22 000
Vqtb 235.
019   Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails
Vote 236.
Construction of M_shng-ro^
250,000
325,000
3,000,000
1,100,000
2,850,000
1,425,000
411    Less recoverable from Federal Government
1,425,000
1 900 000
Vote 237.
019    Grub-staking Prospectors
40,000
Vote 238.
019   Interprovincial Committee on Mining
Vote 239.
030   Incidentals and Contingencies
2,500
7,500
7,500
Votb 240.
030   Special Mineral Surveys _
35,000
60,000
 MINES AND PE
TROLEUM RESOURCES
L 161
F___tit%§ig
SERVICE
Fsx«r
Vote 241.
019   Iron Bounty Ac
Total, Departm
ent of Mines and Petroleum Resou
$2,890,676
rces   $3,621,372
  MUNICIPAL
AFFAIRS
L 163
F_l
Ie31,Fi965n8
_n.tr
	
Vote 243.
Salaries:
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL
Minister's Office
AFFAIRS
$17,500
6,456
500
Expenses:
001    Offi
202    Trc
004    Offi
T<
Votb 244.
Salaries:
Deputy V
Research
Audit Ac
Senior C
3)  30,396
1,000
500
$375
4,000
veiling expense —
ce furniture and e
tal of Vote 243
M
inister
Deputy Minister _
luipmen
Branch
4,375
17,000
11,820
8,700
7,980
$37,896
15,00
11,100
8,400
6,960
ative Officer 1     ..
5,814
11,658
5,664
4,560
7,704
3,312
10,440
5,100
4,356
Clerk-Ste
Two Cler
Clerk-Ste
Expenses:
001    Offi
k-Stenographers 3
8,500
(10)
77,056
1,200
5,400
500
250
4,000
(13
)   100,692
1,300
5,600
500
4,000
2,200
202   Tra
007   Ad\
013    Prir
030   Inci
To
Votb 245.
Salaries:
Director
uipmen
al of Vote 244
Regiona
l Planning
90,606
Division
9,780
114,792
9,120
7,140 |
*______
Officer   (transfer!
ed   to
Mu
licipal
 L 164
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
F_3l_S!31,_«lg
SERVICE
Fi__
r^S8
Vote 245.
Regional Planning DmsioN-
Salaries—Continued
m
ued
(8)        44,150
Five Planning Officers	
Chief Building Inspector	
38,580
62,292
11,268
2,700
3,744
3,420
Expenses:
(19)      126,242
(22)
148,464
5,000
17,500
1,000
5,000
Vote 246.
See Vote 227
(Transferred to Water Resources Service f
Votb 247.
 PROVINCIAL SECRET
L 165
^I'l'HIl'8
SER\
ICE
FSc_=
!._8*
DEPARTMENT OF THE P
Vote 248.
M-SIISTER'
Salaries:
ROVINCIAL SE
CRETARY
$17,500
5,940
8,520
3,888
200
$15,000
Secretary
5,664
3,574
(4)        32,118
(4)
36,048
940
3,600
100
3,600
100
202    Travelling expense
Total of Vote 248   ..
Vote 249.
General Adm
Salaries:
36,758
17,000
6,960
6,456
4,560
7,716
3,312
2,700
i!ooo
40,688
15,000
6,168
5,664
4,212
3,780
2,918
2,280
1,000
(9)        48,153
3,200
(9)
52,284
3,500
3,800
500
500
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 249
Vote 250.
Central Micro
55,653
60 084
 L 166
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
H_Sxc
Ti%H8
SERVICE
tfSgfr
27,432
Vote 250.
Salaries—Continued
Five Microfilm Opera
Eleven Junior Clerks .
Expenses:
/incial Sec
L Microfh
retary—Conttr
16,056
(22)
66,012
1,800
700
4,400
11,000
22)  70,204
1,800
200
700
1,670
11,000
004   Office furniture
016   Equipment and
Total of Vote 2
Vote 251.
Salaries:
Chief Postal Clerk
_
84,112
a
l Branch
6,720
5,340
29,448
8,688
500
6,294
28,272
4,104
500
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
(9)
44,270
300
460,000
5,000
1,200
10)  50,696
300
5^000
1,700
3,000
016   Equipment and
021    Maintenance an
029    Motor-vehicles a
Total of Vote
Vote 252.
Salaries:
Provincial Librarian a
Assistant Provincial L
operation
nd accessc
of equipment
510,770
Provincial Lbrary
10,680
8,400
13,920
hrarian
15
11
3
14
920
346
704
768
716
358
Two Librarians 4
Two Librarians 3
(4)
24,048
4,500
3,996
7,200
4,440
600
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Two Clerks 2
Two Junior Clerks
600
(2
(20)
94,380
0)   100
512
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 167
F__i*£_i,g
SERVICE
g||gj
Vote 252.
Provincial Library—Continue
3,800
700
720
17,500
700
17,500
123 232
Vote 253.
Salaries:
8,040
5^340
6,960
5,586
5,232
3,672
8,076
6,282
2,700
2,200
(2)         11,226
4,896
5.79C
2,20(
(11)        51,322
2,000
(1
)  54,388
500
1,000
9,000
2,000
3,000
500
1,000
70?     Trav. IHnj e_p_ns_
9,000
2,000
67,822
Less revenue
71,888
64,822
Vote 254.
Public Library Commission
Salaries:
8,340
23,220
11,880
17,016
9,720
9,540
8,04C
11,328
Two Librarians 3
16,200
3,996
 L 168                              ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
FM_rIe!l,-65'8
SERVICE
_g|§§
i?8
11,196
3,780
6,552
(1)          3,624
(1)          2,520
(3)          6,912
1,900
3,500
Provincial Secretary—Continu
Vote 254.
Public Library Commission—Com
Salaries—Continued
nued
11,316
3,960
6,636
7,056
9,390
5,292
10,092
1,900
3,500
58
Clerk-Stenographer 3
(27)      129,054
7,000
1,200
300
3,200
42,000
2,000
3,000
6^000
Expenses:                                                               "^
143,358
7,000
7,000
300
3,200
42,000
2,000
011    Laundry and dry-goods
018   Books, bindings, periodicals, etc.
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories
031    Extension services
5,000
6,000
205,354
Vote 255.
240,000
Vote 256.
Queen's Printer
Salaries:
Queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery
Deputy Queen's Printer
10,140
9,060
8,700
16,020
4,260
14,700
2,700
5,100
9,816
12,048
4,224
3,030
520,000
9,840
8,400
8,220
15,300
4,068
14,040
2,400
4,860
8,928
3,984
2,916
Three Senior Clerks
Four Clerks 2
Machinist
Two Stockmen 5
Three Stockmen 3
Driver
Clerk-Typist 2
505,000
Sundry employees _
(99)
619,798
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 169
,^__i'_L%ffl*
SERVICE
FS£»
8,000
1,500
45,000
35,000
840,000
500
Votb 256.
Queen's Printer—Contim,
Expenses:
8,000
1,500
45,000
35,000
850,000
500
10
49,520
18,370
02.    ^^^^L^ZZ
    Less chargeable to Queen's Printer Operat-
1,529,008
1,528,998
1,559,798
1,559,788
Total of Vote 256 .             '"" '**
Votb 257.
Government House
Salaries:
10
5,424
4,356
500
5,940
4,560
500
Expenses:
(3)        18,680
3,500
500
(3) 20,420
500
100
25,000
25,000
Total of Vote 257                                 *■
Salaries:
47,680
(1 )    6,720
3,250
150
15,000
(1)          6,420
650
3,250
100
300
004   Office furniture and equipment	
411    Less recoverable from Federal Govern-
10,720
7,500
10,720
 L 1
0                              ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
E|___lM^lg
SERVICE
F__
flf-
555,000
120,000
Vote 259.
041    Assessment  of  Class   13   (the Crown),
Workmen's Compensation Act	
555,000
120,000
435,000
55,000
6,000,000
550,000
140,000
160,000
200,000
275,000
750,000
100,000
435,000
Vote 260.
55,000
Votb 262.
019   Grants, etc.          „    .
500,000
Vote 263.
125,000
Votb 264.
145,000
Vote 265.
019   Capital Improvement District Act
200,000
Code No.                                Historical Sites
040    Restoration of historical sites, etc.
325,000
50,000
265,000
40,000
401    Less revenue
225,000
Total of Vote 266
Vote 267.
019    Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes fo
Citizens
Elderly
750,000
Vote 268.
019    Grants in Aid of Construction of Recreational
for Elderly Citizens
Centres
100 000
Code No.                                  Civil Defence
030    (a) General administration, training and
426,900
399,100 |
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 171
F_i____:w«8
SERVICE
j4i
Wjjjj^
5,000
Votb 269.
Ctvel Defence—Continued
031    (6) Compensation for injuries, civil de-
5,000
320,400
319,500
—administration and training (Code
723,600
411    Less recoverable from Federal Govern-
752,300
502,300
250 000
250,000
Vote 270.
Provincial Elections Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Cha
Salaries:
Headquarters
Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar-General of
Chief Clerk
p. 306, Sec
9,420
6,720
3,672
4,038
8,340
4,704
7,932
2,640
14,000
9,120
3,492
192)
5,664
Victoria Office
4,50(
7,860
Vancouver Office
Deputy Registrar-General of Voters and Regis-
4,500
7,416
Two Clerks 2
3,060
New Westminster Office
Clerk-Typist 1
14,000
Temporary assistance
(11)        69,236
10,000
(11
001    Office expense
)  69,830
15,000
1,100
7,500
17,500
004   Office furniture and equipment	
97,836
Total of Vote 270     .
93,430
 L 172                              ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
-sill
SERVICE
iglfs8
Votb 271.
030   Public Inquiries Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap.
Vote 272.
030   Archasological and Historic Sites Protection Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 15)	
Sub-total, Provincial Secretary	
8,000
$4,266,405
 $10,503,560
 PROVINCIAL
SECRETARY
L 173
Expi
i!wl.g
SERVICE
*$lSgt
$15,000
11,940
9,120
8,220
8,400
8,400
32,748
DEPARTMENT   OF   TH
Salaries:
Chairman, Civil Service C
E  PROV1
ad Chief
NCIAL  SECRETARY—Continued
Commission
\ssistant
to
9
9
5
5
10
780
Administrative Officer 3 _
Senior Classification Offia
Three Personnel Officers
(5)
076
8,760
10,200
4,500
11,772
3,492
3,132
3,204
7,380
5,118
2,586
8,400
Co-ordinator of Accident
12,
3
6
(1)
Two Clerk-Stenographers
(3)
Principal Clerk
*-_
r Office
2,640
Essondal
e Office
Personnel Officer 2
6,588
4,500
3,492
2,000
Expenses:
179,780
9,000
5,000
2,000
19,000
250
1,800
(33)
200,834
10,000
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and
007 Examinations and ad
008 Medical examinatioc
equipmen
031    Employee-training
2,000
 L 174
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
^gK&k
SERVICE                             Fi£g
Year Ending
March 31,1965
Civil Service Commission—Continued
Administration—Continued
Expenses—Continued
032   Executive Development Training Plan (in
13,700
toria)              ....             14,025
l,O0(
5,000
236,530
Total of Vote 273
Vote 274.
019   Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 77 of the
11,000
Civil Service Act, and other Government employees
Votb 275.
15,000
031    Retiring Allowances—Civil Service Act, sec. 70, and
50,00(
other Government employees
17,000
$314,530
$338 909
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   PROVINCIAL   SECRETARY—Continued
leLeg
.dministration of Civil Service Superannuation Act, Members of
lative Assembly Superannuation Act, Municipal Superannuation
Teachers' Pensions Act, Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company
sion Fund Rules and Regulations, British Columbia Hydro and P
Authority Pension Fund Regulations, and Workmen's Compens
Board Superannuation Fund Plan.)
Superanr
uatio
a Co
Offic
Offi
Research
(Actuarial)	
Two Sen
or Clerks
Twelve Clerks 2
Two Clerk-Stenographers
Eleven Clerks 1	
Clerk-Typist 1 _______
2,580
7,320
10,000
Servic
e Supera
ui
tion™
Act, P.G.E. R
y Pension
Fund
Rules
ns,   B.C.
Hydr
and P
Authority
Pension
Fund
Regulat
and   Workmen's
ird   Super
Fund
Total of Vote 276 _
  Estimated
SERVICE
March 31,1965
Superannuation Branch—Con:
nued
Vote 282.
Part in, Civil Service Superannuai
-ion Act,
Death Benefits
031    Death benefits under sec. 62 (1)    ._   ....
27 200
29 300
Vote 283.
Municipal Superannuation /
CT
Employer   contributions   re   B.C.   Government
3,800
68 800
$9,493,311
Total, Department of the Provincial Secrets
ry                $16 051733
* Municipal Sup
comparative nurooses
  PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
L 179
F!§§t8
SERVICE
FX_
_5.W
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISS
Votb 284.
Public Utilities Act, Cemeteries Act, and
Funeral Services Act
ON
Prearrange
$16,200
26,760
12,660
9,420
18,840
9,060
6/720
6,192
4,332
3,816
4,116
3,384
(3)
11
9
17
6
5
3
3
3
3
2
480
880
760
420
664
636
924
230
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk 2 .	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(18)
150,330
12,000
485
500
(17
141,620
3,500
12,000
500
3,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies	
169,815
12,000
401    Less sundry refunds (audit costs, etc.)
161,060
12,000
157,815
Total of Vote 284   .
"149 060
Motor Carrier Act
Salaries:
Superintendent of Motor Carriers	
Assistant Superintendent of Motor Carriers	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Motor Carrier Rates Examiner	
9,780
8,700
7,260
6,720
5,124
37,152
16,812
10,248
9,480
8,400
6,960
7,320
6,420
5,664
4,998
35,496
4^500
Principal Clerk
Senior Clerk	
Six Inspectors of Motor Carriers 3
(2)
(3)
Three Inspectors of Motor Carriers 2	
Two Inspectors of Motor Carriers 3     ...
Clerk 3
 L 1
80
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,
965/66
F_to_f31.E1965°8
SER
.ICE
3|
XW8
15,696
5,370
4,068
)        21,384
)          9,540
2,520
3,348
2,400
2,400
Vote 285.
Motor Carrier
v-
-_,,,„
16,464
4,260
18,576
18,948
3,672-
2,400
3,240
720
Five Clerk-Stenographers 3 _
1,000
001    Office expense
(39
)       182,728
20,000
350
(38)
189,340
10,000
800
600
1,000
004   Office furniture and equipmen
1,000
030   Incidentals and contingencies
218,078
227 740
Total, Public Utilities Conur
&
$375,893
 PUBLIC WORKS
L 181
__£&■
SERVICE
FX7hW
PUBLIC WORKS
Vote 286.
Minister's Office
$15,000
$17,500
5,940
500
(2)        21,164
Expenses:                                                                   S
)  23,940
725
4,000
25,889
T tal of Vote 286
Vote 287.
Executive
15 000
Deputy Minister of Public Works
17,000
Administrative Division
5,664
Principal Clerk	
5,940
3,600
Personnel Division
——
Personnel Officer 2.
7,980
Architect Design Division
10 680
12,660
10,560
10,140
8,760
Senior Electrical Designer  ; !	
8,340
Construction and Maintenance Div
Architect 5
9,420
A rehire, t 4
 L 182
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1965/66
FM_rc
:_lFi96i5n8
SERVICE
MAP
9,480
17,520
9,480
8,760
5,916
7,320
Vote 287.
General Administration—Contin
Salaries—Continued
Mechanical Division
Engineer 5	
Two Engineers 4	
18,840
10,140
6J92
7,980
4,000
Landscape Division
(23)
185,182
2,000
L500
250
1,000
900
(23
001    Office expense	
200,562
2,000
14,000
1,500
250
1,000
900
004   Office furniture and equipment	
007   Advertising and publicity	
204,832
Total of Vote 287
220
Vote 288.
Government Buildings (Mainten
Salaries:
Sundry employees (including temporary assistance)                                  .(575)
Expenses:
006   Heat, light, power, and water	
028    Maintenance of mechanical equipment _
2,724,734
748,650
2,250,000
1,900
50,000
10,000
1,200,000
(505)
2,291
1,850
1
50
10
950
2
000
000
000
000
5,748,833
6,987,284
 PUBLIC WORKS
SERVICE
FS
iffl8
Vote 288.
Government Buildings (Maintenance
—Continued
Expenses—Continued
5,748,833
48,253
    Recoverable from R.C.M.P. ___    54,891
_—   Recoverable from Royal Inland
38,000
Hospital, Kamloops (steam)..    38,000
    Recoverable from Department of
1,098,905
4,930,109
5,888,379
Vote 289.
7,375,000
030   Expenditure	
Less Department of Education Contribu-
22,000,000
375,000
Total of Vote 289 .. ...
15,000,000
7,000,000
7,000,000
Vote 290.
Departments:
Health Services and Hospital Insurance:  Public
4,900
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources:
Lands
68,524
Water Resources      _
64,200
16,300
15,012
Public Works
43,000
 L 184
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Fiscal Year Endtog
SERVICE
TA*
14,187
Votb 290,
014                                  Rentals—Continued
14,875
723,000
21,168
prepayable by commissions, boards, etc.
946,027
46,027
701 832
Total of Vote 290
Votb 291.
Safety Inspection Division, Vanc
Salaries:
Gas Division
14,640
73,260
Two Gas Inspectors 2	
Eleven Gas Inspectors 1	
17,400
76,560
Steam Boiler Inspection
108,420
4,068
5,304
Clerk 3 	
Two Clerks 1	
119,100
3,960
120
10,680
Electrical Energy Inspection
Chief Electrical Inspector	
Assistant Chief Inspector	
120
10,980
9,420
8,040
Electrical Inspector 2	
8,700
80,000
(7
(76)      582,914
) 628,656
 PUBLIC WORKS
L 185
FSii8
SERVICE
-«
Vote
001
202
013
016
029
291.
Safety Inspection Division, Vanco
uver—Continued
107,000
12,000
Travelling expense
Office furniture and equipment	
110,500
3,000
2,300
9,000
M^orT ffic_d 1™}°hinery 1	
_            2,500
729,164
Total, Department of Public Works
$13,591,826
$14,R.7,Q1.
  RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
F_f^^I _«*
SERVICE
g||
DEPARTMENT OF
Vote 292.
RECREATION
Minister's Ofi
AND CONSERVATION
$5,400
1,000
Temporary assistance
U
(1)          6,400
(2)  24,940
3,000
Total of Vote 292
Vote 293.
Deputy Minister and Cor
Co-ordinator of Services
Administrative Officer 3
Chief Clerk	
nera
oner of Fis
heries
15,000
9,780
Temporary assistance
(12)        69,624
3,000
3,000
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture anc
equi
030   Incidentals and co
Total of Vote 293
Vote 294.
Salaries:
tinge
87,824
9
Prov
ncial Museum
(3)        24,120
Five Research Officers 4
40,020
 S OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/6
Fis3°Y";Er.4tos
SERVICE                             FM__h
»
5,790
7,320
6,984
3,468
3,780
4,000
294.
Provd-Cial Museum—Continued
Mus
Two
Assistants in Museum Technique 7,344
idant                                                                         3,768
Cler
Cler
t-Stenographer 3  —             3,960
Expen
013
029
031
033
Vote
Salarie
Rese
Insp
Cler
Expen
202
004
013
029
030
*Xi
64,582
4,500
265
7,500
1,000
300
3,900
12,000
500
(14) 91,460
Printing, publications, advertising, and
Equipment and machinery 1,000
data, and specimens 13,800
Maintenance of displays and collections _               500
Collecting historical data and purchase of
specimens
97,147
3,500
122,460
93,647
295.
Commercial Fisheries Branch
8/760
£850
(4)
20,586
250
2,500
200
300
330
(4) 23,616
Office furniture and equipment 790
Motor-vehicles and accessories :___            2,500
24,166
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
d Game Branch
Chief Fisheries Biologist	
Chief Game Biologist	
Two Game Biologists 4   ba« _
Seven Game Biologists 3	
Two Game Biologists 2	
Game Biologist 1	
Three Fisheries Biologists 4	
Eight Fisheries Biologists 3	
Fisheries Biologist 1 	
Engineer 3	
Superintendent of Hatcheries	
;e Supervising Fisheries Officers _
le Fisheri
i Office:
Two Fisheries Officers 1	
7,680 I     Chief Conservation Officer, Division	
27,048      Four Conservation Inspectors	
53,178      Eight Senior Conservation Officers	
223,028 |    Forty-three Conservation Officers 2	
Eighteen Conservation Officers 1	
Supervisor, Predator Control	
Chief Clerk _
Public Info-
Public Information A
m Officer
Six Clerk-Stenographers 3 _
Seven Clerk-Stenographers
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
- rk-Typist 1	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment.
	
Hire of aircraft                       .      1
 L 190
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/6
5
Hrca^Year Ending
SERVICE
FS
MS*
24,750
9,530
Fish and Game Branch—Con
23,980
10,000
63,200
5,130
131,000
1,353,035
5,000
1,469,155
Tourist Traffic (British Columbia Govern
Vote 297.
Travel Dp/ision
4ent Travel
9,420
6,588
6,960
12,390
10,788
3,888
3,312
2,772
3,672
57,140
Bureau)
140
420
790
544
564
520
120
000
(1)         5
Public Information Officer 2	
Two Public Information Officers 1 	
Two Inspectors, Auto Courts	
2
Expenses:
196
13)   123,554
3,500
15,600
1,000
600,000
400
5.100
15,600
202    Travelling expense.
007    Advertising and publicity
12,000
2,200
5,400
1,500
3,500
032   Tourist Council and Clinic Workshop ._.
034   Tourist Clinic Workshop
03 5   Matching contribution with Regional Com
mittees for Tourist Promotion	
150,000
175,000
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
"Ml-hslwls"8
SERVICE
FSc^E196?8
8,400
900
Tourist Traffic (Bre
Vote 298.
Salaries:
ish Columbia Governmi
Cald?ornia Office
3 (Tourist Trade Repre-
nt Travel Bureau)—
Expenses:
(1)
9,300
(1) 9,600
202   Travelling expense	
030 Share of cost of British Columbia House
031 Exchange on U.S. funds	
Total of Vote 298	
6
192
4
332
3
096
11
600
(8) 53
416
001   Office expense	
202   Travelling expense _
004   Office furniture and e
Total of Vote 299 _
Parks Branch
 L 192
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/
•  _xp_
SERVICE
Fisc,
Year Ending
Marc
31,1965
Votb
—'                    Parks Branch—Contin
ted
Salarie
s—Continued
14,640
7,320
13,440
35,244
Eng
15,240
7,620
(4)
6,960
5,664
5,244
Pub
For
6,192
5,484
man, Langford Workshop	
5,100
10 008
2,652
Cle
2,964
(46)
282,690
(59)
379,644
Expenses:
001
2,000
1,000
14,000
019
Grants and snhsidies
10,000
500,000
020
90,000
021
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
90,000
35,000
35,000
800,000
031
,000,000
1,803,690
26,000
Vote
Less credits
,128,644
1,777,690
Grants in Aid of Regional Park
Development
019
325 000
Votb
90,000
030
Youth Training Programme.
Total, Department of Recreation and Conservation	
90,000
$4,274,845
$5,462,126
 SOCIAL WELFARE
L 193
^V-i1"'1
'.wis*
SERVICE
gpi^
$1,000
3,000
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
Votb 303.
Minister's Office
Minister (paid as Provincial Secretary) 	
Expenses:
WELFARE
$4,000
95,736
$1,000
4,000
Votb 304.
Salaries:
18,000
12,240
10,140
8J00
7,620
7,980
4,560
8,520
3,312
3,384
16,200
11,940
9,480
8^040
7,320
7,320
3^132
600
Director of Social Welfare	
Co-ordinator, luvenile Delinquency	
Rehabilitation Consultant	
Clerk-Stenographer 5   	
001    Office expense
(12)
87,804
1,600
8,000
(12) 93,756
1,600
8,000
411    Less recoverable from Federal Goven
97,404
7,320
103,356
7,620
Total of Vote 304
Social Assistance and Rehabilita
Salaries:
90,084
tion Division
7,260
(2)
13,380
4,068
2,718
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
(5)
23,442
(5) 26,196
 L194
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  196
/66
HM_n
SSSW.
SERVICE
FiscalYear Ending
.31,1965
Vote 305.
Social Assistance and Rehabilitation
Drvis
on—Continued
Expenses:
900
001    Office expense                    	
1,000
1,500
280
004   OffiV6lf__nit_ren-nd e uiment   	
T
26,122
Field Service
Sa_rieS"t      fR    onal Service
9,060
66 120
21,060
175,092
29,712
719,780
(140)
One hundred and fifty Social Workers 2	
825,141
(69)
282,454
Forty-five Social Workers 1
200,826
5,544
87,588
83,196
Twenty Clerk-Stenographers 3
76,464
154^922
173419
.
(412)
(390)
1,806,084
2,108,918
Expenses:
52.000
17,000
004   Office furniture and equipment
20
000
15,000
46,000
5,000
15
55
5
030   Incidentals and contingencies	
031   Transfer and training of personnel	
2
000
24,000
033   Shared cost of service with municipal
27
500
100,000
034   Welfare grants programme	
159
500
2,246,094
2,632
918
Less—
192,000
411    Recoverable from Federal Gov-
76,340
Total of Vote 306         ...  .
298,234
1,977,754
.._.. .    _     2,334,684
 SOCIAL WELFARE
L 195
^M-rlrtl^i18
SERVICE
Fs^E.e8
14,460
Votb 307.
Medical Services Division
Salaries:
14,760
Chief Pharmacist
3,348
(13)        61,686
(13)
Expenses:
65,782
1,500
1,000
1,500
1,000
004   Office furniture and equipment	
Total of Vote 307                                                                                    76 282
Vote 308.
041    Social Allowances (including grants, etc.)    28
27,000,000
000,000
043    Supplementary Social Allowances for the
40,175,000
41,249,000
Total of Vote 308
Vote 309.
030   Residence  and  Responsibility  Act—Ad-
Vote 310.
New Dbnver
(a) Pavilion (Code 31001)
300
6,500
6,500
700
017    Medical  supplies
700
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Expenses—Continued
020   Maintenance of buildings and grounds _.
Recoverable from Federal Gov-
(.) Youth Centre (Code 31002)
> and expenses 150,000
Total of Vote 310 .	
Superintendent of Child Welfare	
Deputy Superintendent of Child Welfare _
10,140
8,700
Seven Clerk-Stenographers 2	
23,752
Temporary assistance    	
8,000
I||
(32)  161,260
004   Office furniture and equipment	
1,500
 SOCIAL WELFARE
L 197
4
iitwi.8
SERVICE
n§
s._sr
500
400
70,200
25,000
2,750,000
45,000
2,000,000
Child Welfare Dr.
Maditenance of Depei-
Grants to
sion—Conn
Homes
500
400
200
28,000
3,000,000
55,000
2,500,000
019   Monastery of Our Lady of Cha
ity	
034   Child Welfare Division foster homes	
4,891,100
1,062,000
5,584,100
1,327,000
3,829,100
4
257,100
Vote 313.
Salaries:
HOME
6,192
129,800
5,9 6
122,660
Other institutional employees  (inclu
ling tem-
001    Office expense
(35)
800
300
7,600
(35
)  135,992
300
7,600
3.000
33.000
8,200
3,500
4,000
1,500
900
750
3,750
008   Medical services
33
000
200
500
000
500
750
017   Medical supplies
020   Maintenance of buildings and grounds .__
022   Transportation   .
2,200
3,750
030 Incidentals and contingencies _
031 Burials    ..
Less—
198,076
800
300
95,000
45,000
500
300
95,000
45,000
205,492
140,800
432    Rent
411   Recoverable from Federal Gov-
Total of Vote 313    -
56
976
64,692
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, i
308,168
3,800
100
26,800
niooo
68,000
. Lake School fi
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipmi
006 Heat, light, power, and watt
009 Clothing and uniforms	
010 Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Equip.
supplies
ngs and equipment _.
ae expense	
Total of Vote 314
Willinodon School i
001    Office expense _.
202   Travelling expense ..
004   Office)
Clothing and unifom
 SOCIAL WE
L 199
F__1_L_«8
SERVICE
§|§
L_8-
Votb 315.
Whxingdon School for Gdils—Con
Expenses—Continued
36,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
2,000
3^600
7,000
500
4,200
2,000
016   Equipment and machin
ry _..._,
3,000
3,000
020 Maintenance of buildin
021 Maintenance and opera
.roffqffipment:
3,600
030   Incidentals and conting
nal supplies —
7,000
Less—
328,698
345,374
2,160
	
324,538
541 214
Persons' Allowaj
Chairman
mces Board—Admini
ES,  AND  DlSAB
10,140
1,200
6,720
21,252
5,940
4,404
39,894
125,166
4,116
2,898
31,260
3.528
7,800
9,840
1,200
7,680
6,420
19,368
Four Senior Clerks
4,068
Social Worker 2
Social Worker 1
38,052
Nine Clerks 3
3,7C i
Clerk-Stenographer 4
119,62?
3,924
Office Equipment Operator 3 !
Clerk-Stenographer 2
2,784
29,826
3,204
Office Equipment Operator 7.
Three Clerk-Typists 1
7,560
18,300
(77)      279,630
45,000
(77)
296,256
45,000
5,500
1,200
750
1,200
202   Travelling expense
004   Office furniture and equi
 L 200
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1965/66
Estimated
SERVICE
March 31.1965
Votb 316.
Old-age Assistance, Blind Persons' ALLOWAt
ces, and Disabled
Persons' Allowances Board—Adm__strai
ion—Continued
Expenses—Continued
1,00)
030   Incidentals and contingencies	
1,000
500
008    Medical examinations	
500
328,080
349,456
250
411   Less recoverable from Federal Govern-
250
327,830
349 206
Votb 317.
Old-age Assistance
5,373,000
031   Allowances	
—   Less recoverable from Federal Govern
5,658,000
2,767,000
ment and other Provinces	
Total of Vote 317
2,908,000
2,606,000
2 750 000
Votb 318.
Blind Persons' Allowance^
422,000
032   Allowances	
—   Less recoverable from Federal Govern-
472,000
324,00)
Total of Vote 318
98,000
Vote 319.
Disabled Pbrsons' Allowance
1,823,000
041   Allowances	
—   Less recoverable from Federal Govern
1,883,000
959,000
ment and other Provinces	
Total of Vote 319	
998,000
864,000
885 000
 1963/64
SCHEDULE A
SUMS REQUIRED BY HER MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31, 1964, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURE.
SERVICE                                                      Amount
182
732
024
$2,938
Department of thb Attorney-General:
810
767
733
184
283
Supreme and County Courts	
Administration of lustice	
Constitutional Litigation and General Law Costs	
Coroners' Inquests and Inquiries	
 16
844
081
339
203
189
Department of Education:
579
398
Adult Education Branch
          1
          1,357
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses	
Grants to University of British Columbia	
Temporary Assistance.
       34
3
803
661
461
309
Department of Finance:
384,584
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Bonds, Revenue Receipts, etc—      30
35,456
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Public Health Services:
General Services
573
125
Division of Venereal Disease Control
1
 ~]
SCHEDULE A
5'700
Department of Labour:
36,279
96,177
Department of Lands, Forests, and Wate
Lands Service:
R Resources:
FOTeExpee_.es:
26 528
Department of Mines and Petroleum Re
	
32,497
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Municipal Rraneh
1,505
Postal Branch	
Restoration and Maint
ril Service Commission:
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