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 Province of British Columbia
ESTIMATES
Fiscal Year Ending March 31
1983
Queen's Printer for British Columbia <J
Victoria, 1982
 British Columbia Cataloguing in Publication Data
Jritish Columbia.    Ministry of Finance.
Estimates.  — 1982/83-
Annual.
Report year ends March 31.
Continues: British Columbia.    Ministry of Finance.
Estimates of revenue and expenditure.    ISSN 0707-3046
ISSN 0712-4597
1. British Columbia - Appropriations and expenditures ■
Periodicals. 2. Budget - British Columbia - Periodicals.
I. Title.
HJ13.B742 354.71T00722'25
Available to the General Public from:
QUEEN'S PRINTER
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Price: $5.00
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
summaries—
Consolidated Revenue Fund—Summary of Changes in Net Equity	
General Fund—Summary of Operating Transactions	
Pace
1
2
Estimated General Fund Revenue.
Estimated General Fund Expenditure-
t   Legislation	
|   Auditor General	
I   Ombudsman	
I   Premier's Office	
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
Min
[Min
stry of Agriculture and Food	
stry of Attorney General	
stry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs	
stry of Education	
stry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources	
stry of Environment	
stry of Finance	
stry of Forests	
stry of Health	
stry of Human Resources	
stry of Industry and Small Business Development	
stry of Intergovernmental Relations	
stry of Labour	
stry of Lands, Parks and Housing	
stry of Municipal Affairs	
stry of Provincial Secretary and Government Services.
stry of Tourism	
stry of Transportation and Highways	
stry of Universities, Science and Communications	
9
15
19
23
27
39
63
69
87
97
111
125
135
147
153
163
169
179
187
197
215
223
241
Schedules—
A—Special Purpose Funds and Accounts	
B—Summary of Proposed Expenditures—Employment Development Account.
C—Summary of Proposed Expenditures—Building Occupancy Charges	
D—Summary of Proposed Expenditures—Data Systems and Processing	
E—1980/81 Fiscal Year	
251
252
253
254
255
Explanatory notes on the Group Account Classification  257
  Consolidated Revenue Fund—Summary of Changes in Net Equity
(Operating Transactions)
1981/82 1982/83
Estimated Estimates
$                                                                            General Fund $
6,636,400,000 Revenue  7,232,000,000
6,610,300,000 Expenditure .-.  7,232,000,000
I 26,100,000 Increase (Decrease) in Net Equity  0
Special Purpose Funds and Accounts
(See Schedule A)
311,700,000   Revenue       372,000,000
488,500,000  Expenditure       730,000,000
(176,800,000) Increase (Decrease) in Net Equity      (358,000,000)
(150,700,000) Total Increase (Decrease) in Consolidated Revenue Fund Net Equity      (358,000,000)
Estimated Consolidated Revenue Fund Net Equity, March 31, 1982    1,425,000,000
Estimated Consolidated Revenue Fund Net Equity, March 31, 1983    1,067,000,000
NOTE
Included in the revenue and expenditure of two Special Purpose Funds (Revenue Sharing and Farm Income Assurance)
are amounts also shown as General Fund expenditures. The amount of these transfers between the General Fund and
Special Purpose Funds are: 1981/82—$227,100,000; 1982/83—$273,300,000. Total revenues and expenditures of the
Consolidated Revenue Fund for 1981/82 and 1982/83 are therefore:
1981/82 1982/83
Revenues .'.'.  6,721,000,000 7,330,700,000
Expenditures  6,871,700,000 7,688,700,000
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
General Fund—Summary of Operating Transactions
1981/82
Estimated
$ Revenue Summary
3,974,000,000 Taxation Revenue  4,423,000,0)
677,000,000   Natural Resource Revenue  756,000,01
411,400,000  Other Revenue  489,700,01
364,000,000  Contributions from Government Enterprises                                                              • 371,700,01
1,210,000,000 Contributions from Other Governments '■■■                                                          ■ 1,191,600,0]
6,636,400,000 Total Revenue  7,232,000,01
Expenditure Summary
7,143,254 Legislation  8,343
3,119,500 Auditor General  3,590,/j
1,460,125 Ombudsman  1,760, ~
633,544 Premier's Office  709,1|
73,157,828 Agriculture and Food  76,407,Ij;
266,197,781 Attorney General  314,892,(1
18,041,222 Consumer and Corporate Affairs  19,798,;l
1,199,040,780 Education           1,275,901 ,<{
30,889,790 Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources  30,141,
81,056,074 Environment  85,125,
92,030,486 Finance  179,745,l|
162,636,162 Forests  144,663
1,975,076,900 Health  2,236,586,:|
836,071,491 Human Resources .:..::.-....::., .-.  986,259,
147,047,645 Industry and Small Business Development ;  115,593,
2,617,318 Intergovernmental Relations  2,913,
65,123,685 Labour , „.... 34,469,1
72,514,169 Lands, Parks and Housing  78,636,i|
355,692,365 Municipal Affairs 11.. 346,221,1
229,186,145 Provincial Secretary and Government Services  245,051,1
14,784,256 Tourism  13,680,1
618,601,215 Transportation and Highways  634,171 )l
358,178,265 Universities, Science and Communications  397,338,1
6,610,300,000          Total Expenditure  7,232,000,1
26,100,000 Increase (Decrease) in Net Equity	
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
ESTIMATED GENERAL FUND REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31,1983
With Comparative Estimated Revenue for the 1981/82 Fiscal Year1
Estimated
■ Fiscal Year Revenue for
1   Ending                                                                                        SOURCE Fiscal Year Ending
'March 31, 1982 March 31, 1983
$              Taxation Revenue: $
^78,000,000        Personal income  1,925,000,000
■532,000,000       Corporation income  501,000,000
0222,000,000        Social service  1,240,000,000
■637,000,000        Gasoline  422,000,000
I  45,000,000       Motive-fuel use  51,000,000
100,500,000       Cigarette and tobacco  114,000,000
■ 80,000,000       Corporation capital  72,000,000
30,000,000        Property  38,000,000
21,000,000        Insurance premium  23,000,000
■ 22,200,000        Hotel room  29,000,000
'    6,300,000        Horse racing  8,000,000
3,974,000,000 Total taxation revenue      4,423,000,000
Natural Resource Revenue:2
Petroleum and natural gas:
■22,000,000 British Columbia Petroleum Corporation    209,000,000
■00,000,000 Permits and fees      85,000,000
_   65,300,000 Petroleum and natural gas royalties       81,000,000
287,300,000 375,000,000
Minerals:
12,000,000 Mining tax  15,000,000
68,000,000 Mineral resource tax  12,500,000
11,500,000 Mineral land tax  13,000,000
f   5,200,000 Coal, minerals, and metals royalties  7,000,000
j,   7,000,000 Miscellaneous mining receipts  15,000,000
■03,700,000 62,500,000
Forests:
■ 7,000,000 Logging tax         5,000,000
■190,000,000 Timber sales     110,000,000'
■ 1,000,000 Timber royalties       11,000,000
3,000,000 Miscellaneous forests receipts         2,000,000
■21,000,000 128,000,000
I 11,000,000 Land leases, rentals and fees  14,000,000
Water resources:
47,000,000 Water rentals and recording fees         165,000,000
 7,000,000       midlife Act—fees and licences  11,500,000
Jg7,000,00Q Total natural resource revenue  756,000,000
■ Estimates for 1981/82 were on the cash basis of accounting. Estimates for 1982/83 are on the accrual basis.
2 It is intended that natural resource revenue will be paid into the Resource Revenue Stabilization Fund, following enactment of the necessary
legislation to establish the Fund. Payments will be made from the Resource Revenue Stabilization Fund to the General Fund.
1 Net of stumpage offsets of $92.8 million.
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year SOURCE Fiscal Year Ending!
Ending
March 31, 1982
March 31, 1983
5,400,000
$ Other Revenue:
Sales and service fees:
5,100,000 Land sales	
600,000 Sales of maps and airphotos  7nnnnnn
5,200,000 Motor vehicle lien and search fees 1 em'nnn
10,061,000 Medicare services recoveries  3      n nnn
3,300,000 Ferry revenue  e'&nnnn
4,100,000 Ambulance service  5,650,000
10,400,000 Forest scaling fees  10,400,000
38,200,000 Land registry fees  40,000,000
1,550,000 Sheriff's fees  ! -750,000
1,500,000 Property tax collection fees  1,800,000
2,100,000 Hearing aid equipment  1,500,000
1,200,000 Publications Service Branch  1,200,000
2,019,000 Receipts from Beautiful British Columbia magazine	
1,000,000 Vital Statistics Fees  1,000,000
4,070,000 Miscellaneous sales and services     6,050,000
90,400,000 ioo,ooo,ooq
Licences and Permits:
102,000,000 Motor vehicle licences and permits  119,000,000
740,000 Agricultural licences  1,100,000
9,000,000 Companies Branch  12,000,000
2,140,000 Insurance, Brokers and Real Estate  2,770,000
4,720,000 Safety inspection fees  5,365,000
2,150,000 Fire Services Act— fees, etc  2,500,000
2,700,000 Law stamps „......„.  3,000,000
11,100,000 Liquor Licensing Branch—permits and fees  14,200,000
1,247,000 Mobile home registry  1,200,000
1,240,000 Trade and Dealer licences  1,835,000
— Public health inspection fees  3,000,000
2,328,000 Camp-site permits and park use  2,600,000
2,635,000 Miscellaneous licences and permits  5,430,000
25,000,000        Nonrecurring recoveries..
411,400,000 Total other revenue
142,000,000 174,000,000
18,000,000       Fines and penalties   20 000 000 I
97,000,000       Interest from investments  75 000 000J
Miscellaneous:
Institutional maintenance receipts:
13,000,000 Maintenance of children      10 900 000
3,923,000              Other maintenance receipts  5 4500OO
16,923,000 1M5O000
5,500,000           Insurance claim receipts  5 500 000
16,577,000           Other miscellaneous revenue  22 850 000
39,000,000 ' ;	
45,700,00011
75,000,000)1
489,700,00cH
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
338,000,000       Liquor Distribution Branch—net profit  ,,,- nnn nnn
26,000,000        British Columbia Buildings Corporation  67OOO08I
364,000,000 Total contributions from government enterprises ::...  371 700 00QI
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
i   Fiscal Year
Ending
ivtarch 31, 1982
726,000,000
I  346,000,000
I 44,500,000
30,085,000
13,400,000
i    14,715,000
I 102,700,000
2,000,000
2,100,000
1,178,800,000
31,000,000
200,000
R, 210,000,000
SOURCE
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1983
1,636,400,000
Contributions From Other Governments: $
Canada:
Established Programs Financing  656,000,000
Canada Assistance Plan  3971600,000
Other shared-cost programs:
Adult occupational training  47,000,000
Economic development  22,400,000
Transportation and highways  16,000,000
Other federal payments  29,100,000
114,500,000
Percentage of power corporation tax  3,000,000
Statutory subsidies  2,500,000
Subtotal, Canada      1,173,600,000
Municipal share of joint-service programs  17,800,000
Other provinces  200,000
Total contributions from other governments      1,191,600,000
ESTIMATED GENERAL FUND REVENUE      7,232,000,000
  ESTIMATES OF GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1983
  LEGISLATION <
LEGISLATION
Summary
Estimated 1981/82 ;■ Vote Estimates 1982/83
itaff $ N°- * Staff
50 7,143,254     1     Legislation  8,343,500       52
~50 7,143,254 Total Operating Expenses  8,343,500 52
 10 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Votel
LEGISLATION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimate
d 1981/82
Staff
$
2,097,190
1,633,050
60,000
1
66,500
125,000
58,000
52,000
370,803
10,500
38
950,970
1
123,840
4
372,640
1
438,290
5
336,671
30,000
417,800
50
7,143,254
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
Members of the Legislative Assembly Compensation  2,543,000
Constituency Office Expenses  1,633,000
Members Dining Room '.  71,000
Legislative Internship Program  70,000
Legislative Committees  125,000
Inter Parliamentary Relations  63,500
Legislative Procedure Review  97,000
Legislative Documents  777,000
Legislative Attendants and Pages  11,000
Legislative Caucuses  990,000           38
Clerk of the House  262,000             1
Sergeant-at-Arms  401,000             4
Hansard  443,000             1
Office of the Speaker  412,000            8
Sessional Services  30,000
Crown Corporation Reporting Committee  415,000
Total Vote  8,343,500          52
This vote provides for the costs of the Legislative Assembly and its committees, including the support services and for the costs of
the Committee on Crown Corporations appointed under the Standing Orders of the House, including the support services in
accordance with the Crown Corporation Reporting Act.
 LEGISLATION
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
—NOTES—
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY COMPENSATION
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
2,543,000
CONSTITUENCY OFFICE EXPENSES
1,633,000
MEMBERS DINING ROOM
Capital                   5,000
Grants                 55,000
5,000
66,000
71,000
TOTAL                  60,000
LEGISLATIVE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Salaries                  52,500
50,000
19,000
1 000
Other Expenditures                                                      1,000
TOTAL                  66,500
70,000
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES
■jalaries                                                               15,000
15,000
110,000
TOTAL                125,000
125,000
INTER-PARLIAMENTARY RELATIONS
Salaries                                                                          3,000
3,000
45,500
10,000
5,000
Grants                  14,500
|    Other Expenditures                   5,000
TOTAL                  58,000
LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE REVIEW
63,500
Balaries                                                                  6,000
27,000
70,000
||   Supplies and Services                 46,000
TOTAL                  52,000
97,000
LEGISLATIVE DOCUMENTS
11   Supplies and Services               370,803
777,000
LEGISLATIVE ATTENDANTS AND PAGES
Supplies and Services                 10,500
11,000
(Continued Overleaf)
  LEGISLATK
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
LEGISLATIVE CAUCUSES
Salaries                   882,970
DN
990,000
13
—NOTES—
TOTAL                950,970
990,000
CLERK OF THE HOUSE
Maries                  29,840
36,000
218,000
8,000
262,000
TOTAL                123,840
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS
Baries               344,640
372,000
29,000
401,000
TOTAL                372,640
HANSARD
Salaries                347,790
332,000
100,000
11,000
443,000
ISRiital                  11,000
TOTAL                438,290
OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER
Iffiaries               181,311
214,000
198,000
412,000
30,000
TOTAL                336,671
SESSIONAL SERVICES
supplies and Services                 30,000
CROWN CORPORATION REPORTING COMMITTEE
I Salaries                                                        280,800
260,000
155,000
415,000
((Supplies and Services                                              137,000
TOTAL                                             417,800
 14 ESTIMATES, 82/83
 AUDITOR GENERAL
AUDITOR GENERAL
15
Summary
Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
1 Staff $ No. $ Staff
[91 3,268,500     2     Auditor General  3,590,772 91
149,000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth	
91 3,119,500 Total Operating Expenses  3,590,772 91
 16 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 2
AUDITOR GENERAL
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Staff
3,268,500 Total Vote  3,590,772
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the costs of the Office of the Auditor General in meeting the requirements of the Auditor General Act.
 AUDITOR GENERAL
17
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
AUDITOR GENERAL
Estimated
1981/82
— NOTES-
Estimates
1982/83
Salaries  2,296,000
Supplies and Services  944,500
Kfrants  28,000
Other Expenditures	
TOTAL  3,268,500
2,455,772
1,096,000
31,000
8,000
3,590,772
  OMBUDSMAN 19
OMBUDSMAN
Summary
I    Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
Ktaff $ No- i Staff
35 1,460,125     3     Office of the Ombudsman  1,760,340 35
35 1,460,125 Total Operating Expenses  1,760,340 35
 20
Vote 3
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
35
1,460,125
ESTIMATES, 82/83
OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
Total Vote  1,760,340
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides funds to allow the Ombudsman to exercise the powers and perform the duties prescribed by the Ombudsmarm
Act.
 OMBUDSMAN
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN
—NOTES-
Salaries	
[Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
955,405
504,720
1,251,497
508,843
1,460,125
1,760,340
 22 ESTIMATES, 82/83
 PREMIER'S OFFICE 23
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Summary
Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
■Staff $ No. $ Staff
19 664,544     4     Premier's Office  709,124
3 ir000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth  —
~19 633,544 Total Operating Expenses  709,124 17
 24
Vote 4
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
19
664,544
ESTIMATES, 82/83
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
-..,,, :  '..3&$. 709,124 171
Total Vote  '
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the costs of the Premier's Office, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
 PREMIER'S OFFICE
25
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Other Expenditures	
TOTAL	
-NOTES—
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
479,544
167,000
18,000
538,124
160,000
11,000
664,544
709,124
  AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 27
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Summary
Estimated 1981/82          Vote Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ No. $     Staff
7                 160,971      5    Minister's Office  164,608             7
519           66,500,534      6    Ministry Operations  68,815,106         521
9                 267,160      7    Milk Board  293,292             9
24             1,124,163      8    Provincial Agricultural Land Commission  1,134,152          24
6,130,000     9    I.C.B.C. Senior Citizens' Grant  6,000,000
1,025,000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth	
'559           73,157,828                               Total Operating Expenses  76,407,158         561
 HI
28 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 5
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Staff
160,971 Total Vote „*>  164,608
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Agriculture and Food, including his salary and expenses and those of hi:
immediate staff.
 AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
29
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
—NOTES—
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
135,421
25,550
136,608
28,000
160,971
164,608
 30
Vote 6
Estimated 1981/82
Staff
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTRY OPERATIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff!
8
26
413
1,091,714
5,998,350
12,555,085
130,768
17,639,133
11,374,639
43
29
45,507,092
1,348,293
2,573,099
13,663,377
126,076
519
66,500,534
Deputy Minister's Office  1,170,222 E
Finance and Administration  7,183,295 2?
Field Operations (net of recoveries)  13,945,588        413
Financial Assistance Programs
—Administration....;  147,403
—Interest Reimbursement Agricultural Land
Development Act  ■—- 10,707,312
—Agricultural and Rural Development Subsidiary Agreement   10,083,650
—Crop insurance     2,675,123
—Farm Income Assurance  21,255,112
—Farm Products Finance  96,406
  44,965,006 431
Marketing and Economics  1,550,995       2il
Total Vote  68,815,106 52l|
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the executive direction and general administration of the Ministry. It also provides field operations service):
to the agricultural community, financial assistance programs to farmers, and marketing and economics programs.
(a) Deputy Minister's Office—Provides for the executive direction of the Ministry, as well as policy and planning functiojl
and the executive offices. The budget includes grants in support of agricultural research, grants to agricultural organizil
tions, and funding for aid to developing countries.
(b) Finance and Administration—Provides for the accounting, personnel, and data processing programs for the Ministry, |l
well as administrative support and other services to the operational programs of the Ministry. The Ministry's building anin
occupancy charges are also administered through this sub-vote.
(c) Field Operations—Under the direction of an Assistant Deputy Minister, this program provides for
1. Regional Extension Services— Services required for improved production in farm commodities. Transmits research"
discoveries to the farmer/producer; provides general advisory services; encourages effective use and conservaticjl
of farmland resources.
2. Specialist and Regulatory Services — Provides specialist advisory services throughout the Province related i
animal health, meat, brand, dairy farm, and dairy plant inspection, plant disease control and insect control, sot
classifications and topsoil conservation and irrigation, drainage, farm buildings, waste management, farm machirM
ery and farm labour. The 4-H program is operated under this budget. Also operating within this program are th
veterinary, dairy, soils and plant laboratories.
3. Production Services — Provides technical leadership in production in the apiary, field crops, horticulture, livestod
and poultry sectors of the agriculture and food industry. Provides specialist support to regional and distil
extension programs and acts as the Ministry's major source of knowledge in the preparation of legislation, statistia
data, forecasts, production guides, extension bulletins and newsletters. All land use planning and resourqj
management programs which impact agricultural production are examined. Applied research and development;
projects in the food and agriculture industry are major initiatives. Grants relating to crop and livestock production
and weed control, are made to agricultural organizations and municipalities.
(d) Financial Assistance Programs—Provides cash flow stability for farmers via the cost-shared Crop Insurance and Fal
Income Assurance programs; ensures the availability of credit resources for producers and agriculture enterprisers via th
Agricultural Credit and Farm Products Finance program; expands the agricultural capability of the Province via th
Federal/Provincial cost-shared Agricultural and Rural Development Subsidiary Agreement.
(e) Marketing and Economics—Provides economic service programs in agricultural economics and financial information
analysis and training to enhance economic and financial decision-making and the viability of food production units, an
to facilitate viable agricultural development in the Province.
Provides marketing services in such areas as identifying new food or agricultural production and market!
opportunities and assisting industry development; improving coordination of production and marketing activities c
participants in the British Columbian agri-food system; developing and promoting the expanded use of British Columbia
home-grown food and agricultural products; administering marketing and grading legislation and monitoring tr
operation of marketing boards in the Province.
 AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated
1981/82
Salaries	
Pupplies and Services..
Wants	
223,122
34,750
833,842
TOTAL.
1,091,714
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Blades	
Supplies and Services..
Capital	
Other Expenditures	
TOTAL	
5,998,350
Estimates
1982/83
249,280
47,100
873,842
1,170,222
1,022,700
1,070,000
4,925,650
5,985,095
49,800
128,000
200
200
7,183,295
31
— NOTES-
FIELD OPERATIONS
Salaries	
M>plies and Services..
Capital	
wants	
Eher Expenditures	
recoveries	
TOTAL.
10,686,265
2,707,270
251,150
600,500
59,900
1,750,000
12,555,085
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
•Maries	
Wbplies and Services..
Kpital	
Bints	
Other Expenditures	
TOTAL	
2,135,269
4,157,560
101,350
21,625,000
17,487,913
45,507,092
MARKETING AND ECONOMICS
ffaries	
KHpplies and Services..
lapital	
TOTAL	
786,023
559,770
2,500
1,348,293
11,811,437
3,132,951
200,300
759,500
66,400
2,025,000
13,945,588
2,012,344
3,927,400
1,500
15,851,952
23,171,810
44,965,006
929,045
621,950
1,550,995
VU
 32
Vote 7
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MILK BOARD
Estimates 1982/83B
$ si
267,160
Total Vote .
293,292
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Administers the marketing provisions of the Milk Industry Act. Controls and regulates the production, marketing, processig;
distribution and pricing of fluid and manufactured milk consistent with market opportunities.
 AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
33
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MILK BOARD
—NOTES—
paries	
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
208,560
58,600
239,792
53,500
267,160
293,292
 34 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 8
PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURAL LAND COMMISSION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82                                                                                                                                                            Estimates 1982/83
Staff        $  $         StJ
24 946,163    Administration   868,552 I
178,000   Commissioners  265,600
24 1,124,163 Total Vote  1,134,152
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Acting under the Agricultural Land Commission Act, the Commission is responsible for encouraging the establishment ark
maintenance of agricultural land in the Province. The Commission advises municipalites and regional districts in the designation of tl
Agricultural Land Reserve, and decides on applications for the exclusion of land from the Reserve.
 AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
35
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
-NOTES-
ADMINISTRATION
Salaries	
Estimated
1981/82
$
532,363
125,800
38,000
250,000
946,163
Estimates
1982/83
$
599,637
130,915
38,000
100,000
TOTAL	
868,552
Supplies and Services
COMMISSIONERS
178,000
265,600
P	
 36
Vote 9
1
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
6,130,000
Total Vote
ESTIMATES, 82/83
I.C.B.C. SENIOR CITIZENS GRANT
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staf
6,000,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for payment to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia for the purpose of implementing
administering the provisions of the Senior Citizen Automobile Insurance Grant Act.
w
 AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
37
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
I.C.B.C. SENIOR CITIZENS GRANT
Estimated
1981/82
-NOTES—
Estimates
1982/83
Grants..
6,130,000
6,000,000
 38
ESTIMATES, 82/83
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
39
MINISTRY OF ATTORNEY GENERAL
Summary
1   Estimated 1981/82
Vote
Staff
$
No.
6
150,500
10
157
57,326,332
11
55
1,626,782
12
■138
7,508,827
13
103
48,610,543
14
|,454
39,569,097
15
1,057
68,804,218
16
88
8,498,148
17
271
12,035,098
18
526
30,068,236
8,000,000
19
|,855
266,197,781
Estimates 1982/83
$
Staff
149,981
5
61,814,944
163
1,897,930
59
9,366,316
138
65,895,693
103
43,191,802
1,507
74,430,116
2,103
8,668,456
114
13,844,474
294
35,632,301
550
314,892,013
5,036
Minister's Office	
Administration and Support Services	
Superior and County Judiciary	
Provincial Judiciary	
Police Services 	
Court Services	
Corrections	
Legal Services to Government	
Criminal Justice	
Statutory Services, Boards, Commissions	
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth
Total Operating Expenses	
NOTE
H. For information purposes, the Ministry of Attorney General has proposed expenditures within the Employment Development Account in the
amount of $207,987. Details of the Employment Development Account, which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates, are shown in Schedule
 40 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 10
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82                                                                                                                                                           Estimates 1982/83
Staff $  | Staff!
150,500 Total Vote  149,981
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Attorney General, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.,]
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
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GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Kries	
iupplies and Services..
TOTAL	
-NOTES—
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
124,800
25,700
111,681
38,300
150,500
149,981
 42 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 11
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Esti
Staff
mated 1981/82
$
6
129
22
349,552
3,890,178
3,277,639
48,952,963
856,000
157
57,326,332
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff  "
Executive   325,332 7
Support Services  4,126,011 132
Policy Planning (net of recoveries)   3,091,021 24
Building Occupancy C:tt~  52,308,000
Computer and Consulting  1,964,580
Total Vote  61,814,944 163
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the overall policy direction and administrative support for the Ministry:
(a) Executive—Develops and administers ministerial policy in programs under jurisdiction of Attorney General;
(b) Support Services—Provides administrative and consulting services to operational divisions. Services are primarily in thai
areas of finance, personnel, facility management, office automation, information and data processing; liaison with theji
British Columbia Buildings Corporation in the planning and development of ministry facilities; co-ordination and liaisonjj
with the British Columbia Systems Corporation in the planning and management of data systems;
(c) Policy Planning—Provides advisory and planning services to the Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General andi
Ministry Executive. Services include strategic long-term planning, research, evaluation, policy and program analysis, co-f
ordination of the Ministry's legislation program and the management of special projects and grant funding. The Divisional
has responsibility for administrative liaison with the Legal Services Society, Law Reform Commission and Native|
Courtworkers and Counselling Association.
(d) Building Occupancy Charges—Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental andl
maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry;
(e) Computer and Consulting Charges—Provides for payment for data processing including research and development!
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
43
GROUP ACCQffiSlT CLASSIFICATION
EXECUTIVE
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
-NOTES—
Kjaries  256,052
Supplies and Services  93,500
TOTAL  349,552
SUPPORT SERVICES
Baries  2,742,066
BfcpNes and Services  907,912
■Pants  236,700
Biher Expenditures  3,500
TOTAL  3,890,178
POLICY PLANNING
ffiaries  723,961
Supplies and Services  174,673
ffiants  2,595,605
Recoveries  216,600
TOTAL  3,277,639
BUILDING OCCUPANCY
Supplies and Services  48,952,963
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING
KMuplies and Services  856,000
223,332
102,000
325,332
3,094,891
856,120
172,500
2,500
4,126,011
866,224
505,261
2,632,927
913,391
3,091,021
52,308,000
1,964,580
 44
Vote 12
Estim
Staff
ted 1981/82
$
55
1,626,782
ESTIMATES, 82/83
SUPERIOR AND COUNTY JUDICIARY
Total Vote .
Estimates 1982/83
$ StafM
1,897,930 5'6
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for administrative and support services forjustices of the Superior Courts (Courts of Appeal and Supreme CouM
and Judges of the County Court located throughout the Province.
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
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GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
SUPERIOR AND COUNTY JUDICIARY
Estimated
1981/82
$
Btries _. 1,393,330
Supplies and Services  233,452
TOTAL  1,626,782
—NOTES—
Estimates
1982/83
1,543,415
354,515
1,897,930
 46
Vote 13
Estim
Staff
rted 1981/82
$
138
7,508,827
ESTIMATES, 82/83
PROVINCIAL JUDICIARY
Estimates 1982/83
 $ StafH
Total Vote  9,366,316 13n
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for adjudication of the law in the Provincial Court of British Columbia, including criminal trials, Small Claim r
and Family and Children's Court Services and for Justice of the Peace Services.
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
47
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
-NOTES-
PROVINCIAL JUDICIARY
Estimated
Estimates
1981/82
1982/83
$
$
■[tries	
             6,952,791
8,440,416
553,036
922,400
3,500
Grants    	
                    3,000
TOTAL	
             7,508,827
9,366,316
IM.
 48
ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 14
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
103
2,605,000
40,423,528
2,421,569
2,872,318
288,128
1,610,543
POLICE SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Administration 	
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Contract.
British Columbia Police Commission	
Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit	
CounterAttack (net of recoveries) 	
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
3,586,928
56,085,870
2,612,300
3,260,853
349,742
65,895,693
Staff!
8! I
10;
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides funds for Provincial policing and related programs for which the Attorney General has responsibility:
(a) Administrative Services—To provide overall policy direction; to recommend appropriate legislative and policy changes
to maintain a productive working relationship between the Ministry and the various organizations involved in policing
and to develop policies to assist in crime prevention.
Keep of Provincial Prisoners—To provide for the reimbursement to municipalities for the cost of Provincial prisoners
Indian Special Constable Program—To provide funds for the Province's share of costs of the Indian Special Constablj
Program which operates under the direction of the R.C.M.P., and is jointly funded by the Provincial Government am
Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
(b) Royal Canadian Mounted Police Contract—To provide policing of the Province by means of a contract with th
Government of Canada for the R.C.M.P.
(c) British Columbia Police Commission/British Columbia Police Academy—To provide for the improvement of poliq|
effectiveness through the raising of police standards and developing police/community relations.
(d) Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit (CLEU)—To develop and coordinate efforts to identify, suppress and preva
organized criminal activities in British Columbia.
(e) CounterAttack—To promote behaviour and attitude changes at all levels of society in regard to drinking and drivil
through a combination of police enforcement, education, community action, research and information programs. I
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
ffllries               130,000 169,428
iijlies and Services            2,475,000 3,417,500
TOTAL            2,605,000 3,586,928
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE CONTRACT
Bplies and Services          40,423,528 56,085,870
BRITISH COLUMBIA POLICE COMMISSION
fMries                300,967 320,417
Ifiplies and Services            2,099,602 2,273,883
lints                  15,000 8,000
Jther Expenditures     6,000      10,000
TOTAL            2,421,569 2,612,300
CO-ORDINATED LAW ENFORCEMENT UNIT
i juries             1,881,078 2,146,164
TOlies and Services                966,632 1,077,320
Hal      24,608 37,369
TOTAL            2,872,318 3,260,853
COUNTERATTACK
gies                 145,856 176,573
fffiliesand Services               445,672 491,708
Mifnts                  30,000 32,000
[Series                333,400 350,539
TOTAL                288,128 349,742
49
-NOTES-
-J	
 50 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 15
COURT SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83    J
Staff $ $ Staff-j
103 5,586,265    Administration and Central Services (net of recoveries)   5,907,409 1030
1,351 33,982,832    Operations  -.-■•  37,284,393      1,4CM
1,454 39,569,097 Total Vote  43,191,802      1,50:1
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for management and administration services to support the operations of the courts.
The major components of Court Services are;
(a) Administration and Central Services—Provides funding for branch and regional management, central service operations n
and special Provincial programs such as the Trial Co-ordination, Records Management Centre, Skip Tracing Unit, Vehidjl
Purchase/Replacement Programs, and all staff training;
(b) Operations—
(i) Court Administration—Provides for court administration functions including case processing, accounting, an i
court clerks,
(ii) Sheriff Services—Provides court security for all levels of courts, escort of prisoners, service of civil and criminjr.
documents, supervision of holding cells, as well as related witness and jury administration functions,
(iii) Court Reporting/Recording Services—Provides for court reporter/recorder attendance at all required court sitting; j
and for the preparation of transcripts as a final record of all required proceedings.
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION AND CENTRAL SERVICES
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
$ $
Htries            2,741,464 2,893,601
Supplies and Services            2,844,801 3,163,808
Recoveries            150,000
TOTAL            5,586,265 5,907,409
OPERATIONS
(Maries          28,879,303 30,652,900
Bplies and Services            5,103,529 6,631,393
Other Expenditures  100
TOTAL          33,982,832 37,284,393
51
-NOTES-
 52
Vote 16
Estimated 1981/82
Staff
$
1,154
154
599
141
9
38,435,685
3,796,499
21,046,375
5,222,483
303,176
2,057
68,804,218
ESTIMATES, 82/83
CORRECTIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Adult Correctional Centres (net of recoveries)..!
Youth Containment Centres (net of recoveries)
Probation, Family and Community Services	
Management Services	
Inspection and Standards	
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
43,208,249
3,381,640
21,976,744
5,527,116
336,367
Staff i
1,194|
1481
62lt
13
i
74,430,116     2,1 CI
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the complete range of Provincial correctional programming including the following activities:
(a) Adult Correctional Centres—Provides for incarceration of remanded and sentenced adult male and female inmates, ii
accordance with the order of the court.
(b) Youth Containment Centres—Provides for containment of juvenile males and females in secure and camp facilities?
(c) Probation, Family and Community Services—Provides for pre-court enquiries and diversion programs without formal
court intervention; preparation of reports for the courts including pre-sentence reports and custody and access reports!
supervision of adults and juveniles who are on probation, bail or conditional release from correctional or containing!
facilities; assistance to persons in resolving child custody and financial maintenance problems through mediation an
conciliation; attendance, impaired drivers and community work service programs for juveniles and adults.
(d) Management and Program Services—Provides for management of correctional programs, service delivery and th
efficient use of resources.
(e) Inspections and Standards—Provides for development of standards of security, safety, health, and service delivery!
correctional programs, and for investigation of matters related to the administration of the Correct/on Act.
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADULT CORRECTIONAL CENTRES
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
$ $
Rlaries          31,017,691 32,974,671
Mfpplies and Services            7,175,810 9,820,492
Capital                237,934 1,011,636
TOher Expenditures                    4,250 1,450
Recoveries      600,000
TOTAL          38,435,685 43,208,249
YOUTH CONTAINMENT CENTRES
Waries           4,678,596 4,858,321
Supplies and Services                832,733 965,269
Capital                  34,770 33,550
fisher Expenditures                      400 500
JK|coveries             1,750,000 2,476,000
TOTAL            3,796,499 3,381,640
PROBATION, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
Kries          14,410,493 14,651,858
groplies and Services            6,625,652 7,316,096
ffiital                    9,622 8,350
Other Expenditures                        608 440
TOTAL          21,046,375 21,976,744
MANAGEMENT SERVICES
lories            3,544,526 3,740,561
[Mplies and Services             1,665,093 1,772,005
liCapital                    2,000 4,450
. Grants     10,864 10,100
TOTAL            5,222,483 5,527,116
INSPECTION AND STANDARDS
■ISries                242,644 275,417
qSffiplies and Sen/ices                 60,532 60,950
TOTAL                303,176 336,367
53
-NOTES—
	
 54 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 17
LEGAL SERVICES TO GOVERNMENT
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83    1
Staff $ i Staff M
88 8,498,148 Total Vote  8,668,456 11(1
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for:
(a) Overall direction and coordination of legal services to the Province of British Columbia and various ministries, boardio
committees and societies, as well as advice and counsel on legal matters and interpretation of statute law;
(b) (i) Advice to the Province of British Columbia in regard to constitutional and administrative law and inter-governmennl
matters, and
(ii) representation for the Province of British Columbia in civil litigation;
(c) (i) Drafting, preparation, filing and publication of statutes, regulations and Orders in Council, and
(ii) on-going revision, maintenance and updating of Provincial statutes;
(d) Development of policies, programs, and organization of legal services in family law; assistance in coordination ajl
provision of legal services to social services, and direction toother branches of government in the implementation of thai
programs, policies and services.
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
55
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
-NOTES—
LEGAL SERVICES TO GOVERNMENT
Estimated
1981/82
$
Maries            3,352,486
Estimates
1982/83
$
3,781,639
4,886,817
8,668,456
TOTAL            8,498,148
 56 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 18
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83    |
Staff $ $ Stji
271 12,035,098 Total Vote  13,844,474 2(1
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for:
(a) The operation of Crown Counsel services throughout the Province for the prosecution of criminal cases, Provinci
statutes, and many municipal bylaws in the trial and appellate courts of the Province and in the Supreme Court of Canact
(b) The provision of advice to Government on matters of criminal law and enforcement.
(c) The development of policy and procedure in matters pertaining to criminal law.
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
57
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Waries....,B!r.	
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
-NOTES—
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
7,773,496
4,261,602
8,762,398
5,082,076
12,035,098
13,844,474
 58
Vote 19
Estimat
;d 1981/82
Staff
$
11,552,662
8
387,756
28
2,685,174
81
1,864,708
48
1,936,836
10
727,081
329
8,095,484
6
175,274
8
238,175
2
102,350
1,976,380
6
326,356
526
30,068,236
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff!
13,400,619
423,936
3,600,779
3|
2,181,596
8!
2,298,155
4
812,641
11
9,100,657
33!
187,764
333,068
1
116,539
2,700,000
476,547
53
35,632,301
ESTIMATES, 82/83
STATUTORY SERVICES, BOARDS, COMMISSION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Legal Services Society	
Law Reform Commission 	
Coroners	
Public Trustee (net of recoveries) 	
Fire Commission 	
British Columbia Racing Commission	
Land Titles	
Film Classification 	
Firearms and Private Investigators 	
Order in Council Patients' Review Board .
Criminal Injury Compensation Act	
British Columbia Parole Board 	
Total Vote	
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for those services, boards, and commissions which, under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General, includi
(a) Legal Services Society—To provide equality of access to the law in the Province of British Columbia by
(i) ensuring that individuals receive legal assistance not otherwise available for financial or other reasons, and   I
(ii) providing education, advice and information about the law for the people of British Columbia.
(b) Law Reform Commission—To review all the law of the Province including statute law, common law and judicial decisiorJE
with a view to its on-going development and reform including codification, elimination of anomalies, repeal of obsolal
and unnecessary enactments, reduction in the number of separate enactments and generally the simplification am
modernization of the law.
(c) Coroners—To provide, pursuant to the Coroners Act, lor investigation, inquiry and inquest of all facts of all unexpectel
and unnatural deaths, in order to prevent future loss of life in similar circumstances.
(d) Public Trustee—To provide for the protection of estates and financial interests of minors, mentally disordered persons an§
those under long-term health care, and for the administration of estates of certain deceased persons.
(e) Office of the Fire Commissioner—To administer the Fire Services Act and regulations; to collect and disseminate fil
information in the Province; to investigate conditions under which fires occur; to study fire prevention and fill
suppression; to be responsible for all levels of fire training; and to provide general advisory services' respecting fin
protection.
(f) British Columbia Racing Commission—To provide for regulation, development and improvement of horsj
racing in the Province.
(g) Land Titles—To provide for administration of Land Title Act and operation of land registry services throughout ProviiSI
(h) Film Classification—To administer the Motion Picture Act and regulations; to classify films; and to regulate the publd
exhibition of any film and its advertising in the Province,
(i) Firearms and Private Investigators—To provide for
(i) the licensing and inspection of firearms businesses,
(ii) the issuance of firearms acquisition certificates, and
(iii) the licensing of security agencies,
(j) Order In Council Patients' Review Board—To provide for review, for the purpose of making recommendations to tl
Attorney General, on the status of persons being held in custody in the Forensic Psychiatric Institute at the pleasure of flI
Lieutenant Governor, of
(i) findings of the court of being unfit to stand trial by reason of insanity, or
(ii) acquittals by the court by reason of insanity,
(k) Criminal Injury Compensation Act—To assist victims or famil ies of victims where the victims have been injured or kill
by an act or omission of another resulting from
(i) the commission of an offence, or
(ii) the lawful arrest or attempt to arrest an offender, or to assist a peace officer or
I Hi !awf,ul P[evention or,attempt to prevent the commission of a criminal offence or suspected offence.
(I) British Columbia Pare e Board-To provide a process for reviewing parole applications from inmates incarcerated I
Provincia correctional centres, and for making subsequent parole decisions subject to the statutory provisions of tl"
Parole Act (Canada) and consistent with the administration of justice in this Province
 ATTORNEY GENERAL
59
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
-NOTES-
LEGAL SERVICES SOC
ETY
Estimated
1981/82
$
5,262,901
6,289,761
11,552,662
SION
218,056
169,700
387,756
Estimates
1982/83
$
7,591,864
TOTAL	
LAW REFORM COMMIS
5,808,755
13,400,619
222,836
201,100
TOTAL	
423,936
CORONERS
811,776
1,873,098
300
2,685,174
988,835
applies and Services
Bjital	
TOTAL	
2,571,944
40,000
3,600,779
PUBLIC TRUSTEE
1,694,439
170,269
1,918,887
262,709
Dther Expenditures	
50,000
Woveries	
TOTAL	
alaries	
upplies and Services...
50,000
FIRE COMMISSION
1,864,708
1,321,911
607,925
7,000
1,936,836
2,181,596
1,414,507
864,648
IliStal	
TOTAL	
BRITIJ
alaries	
19,000
2,298,155
H COLUMBIA RACING C
OMMISSION
378,106
348,975
727,081
422,716
upplies and Services
TOTAL	
ilaries	
jpplies and Services
TOTAL	
389,925
812,641
LAND TITLES
6,962,456
1,133,028
8,095,484
7,503,035
1,597,622
.9,100,657
(Continued Overleaf)
J
  ATTORNEY GENERAL
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
FILM CLASSIFICATION
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Capital	
TOTAL	
141,194
26,780
7,300
175,274
FIREARMS AND PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS
iSalaries	
Iffipplies and Services..
TOTAL	
206,675
31,500
238,175
146,864
40,900
187,764
267,068
66,000
333,068
61
-NOTES-
ORDER IN COUNCIL PATIENTS' REVIEW BOARD
I Banes	
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
44,295
58,055
102,350
35,719
80,820
116,539
CRIMINAL INJURY COMPENSATION ACT
  1,976,380
2,700,000
alaries	
mplies and Services.,
rjrants	
TOTAL	
BRITISH COLUMBIA PAROLE BOARD
166,848
159,508
326,356
181,000
292,797
2,750
476,547
  CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS 63
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Summary
■Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
Siff $ No. $ staff
6                147,465    20    Minister's Office  165,160 7
B32           18,728,757    21    Ministry Operations  19,633,623 559
835,000                  Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
538           18,041,222                           Total Operating Expenses  19,798,783 566
-! ;
 64
Vote 20
Estim,
Staff
ted 1981/82
$
6
147,465
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
Staf
Total Vote .
165,160
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, including his salary and expenses, and Iho
of his immediate staff.
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
65
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries	
Supplies and Services.
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
117,465
30,000
147,465
Estimates
1982/83
$
131,560
33,600
165,160
—NOTES—
 66 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 21
MINISTRY OPERATIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Esti
mated 1981/82
Staff
$
43
1,519,077
95
3,330,898
232
7,657,695
111
4,459,011
51
1,762,076
532
18,728,757
Estimates 1982/83
S Staii
Executive and Administration   1,842,441
Consumer Affairs  3,573,997
Corporate Affairs   8,240,112 2!l
Rentalsman   4,122,502 1
Liquor Control and Licensing •  1,854,571
Total Vote  19,633,623     _j
VOTE DESCRIPTION
(a) Executive and Administration provides centralized management, administrative and support services to all branches j
the Ministry. Staff solicitors are provided by the Ministry of Attorney General.
(b) The Consumer Affairs Program promotes fairness and knowledgeability in the marketplace. It develops, administers aid
enforces consumer legislation, including the Trade Practice Act and the Consumer Protection Act.
It regulates aspects of cemeteries, motor dealers and travel firms, attempts to mediate problems in transactffll
between consumers and suppliers, and assists over-committed debtors through counselling and debt pool||
arrangements.
It educates consumers on their rights and obligations, and provides information and advice to the busint
community. It conducts research and prepares advice on a wide variety of commercial matters.
(c) The Corporate Affairs Division is responsible for the legal framework of the marketplace, including the licensingB
registration of individuals involved and the regulation of the instruments and documents used by the institutional
communicate and conduct their business.
The Superintendent of Credit Unions, Co-operatives and Trust Companies charters and inspects those institution
The Superintendent of Brokers, Real Estate and Insurance regulates the mortgage brokers, securities, real estate a
insurance industries. The Registrar of Companies maintains complete files on all British Columbia companies, exti
provincial companies, co-operatives, partnerships and societies operating within British Columbia whether based insi
the Province or outside, and through the central registry registers mechanic liens and liens against motor vehicles a
personal chattels, and conducts searches for those liens for the general public, financial community and the lf||
profession. The Corporate and Financial Services Commission hears appeals under various statutes administered by t
Ministry. The Auditors' Certification Board was established by the Company Act to assess the qualifications of auditor!
reporting companies.
(d) The Rentalsman administers the Residential Tenancy Act, which governs the relationship between landlords and tenail
who rent residential premises; provides for mediation, adjudication, and rulings bn all matters concerned by the A
including rental rates and increases; deals with matters of termination of tenancies, possession of premises, redirection!
rent for repairs and essential services and security deposits, and disseminates information to the general public about th;
rights and responsibilities under the Act.
(e) The Liquor Control and Licensing Branch provides for overall direction and control of policy development a
administration within the confines of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act and regulations.
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
Salaries  1,059,972
Supplies and Services Z&     459,105
TOTAL  1,519,077
CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Salaries  2,151,516
Kiplies and Services  982,994
(Hants  196,388
TOTAL  3,330,898
CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Hides  4,999,459
Supplies and Services  2,658,236
TOTAL  7,657,695
RENTALSMAN
Blries  3,289,033
Supplies and Services  1,169,978
TOTAL  4,459,011
LIQUOR CONTROL AND LICENSING
juries  1,223,620
Supplies and Services  538,456
TOTAL  1,762,076
Estimates
1982/83
,284,573
557,868
1,842,441
2,241,286
1,086,323
246,388
3,573,997
5,197,736
3,042,376
8,240,112
3,159,557
962,945
4,122,502
1,269,091
585,480
1,854,571
  EDUCATION 6g
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Summary
■  Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
fctaff $ No. $ staff
B 8                267,008 22   Minister's Office  299,040 8
148          11,801,594 23    Management Operations and Educational Finance   12,447,315 152
143         881,678,323 24    Public Schools Education   966,085,922 339
81         290,835,244 25    Post Secondary Colleges and Institutes   279,335,383 81
2           12,628,861 26    Independent Schools  17,734,328 2
2,839,750 International Year of Disabled Persons	
1,010,000                  Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
J582      1,199,040,780                           Total Operating Expenses  1,275,901,988 582
— 27    Financing Transactions   10
NOTE
For information purposes, the Ministry of Education has proposed expenditures within the Employment Development Account in the amount of
$54,900,000. Details of the Employment Development Account, which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates, are shown in Schedule B.
v
 1
70
Vote 22
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
267,008
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83    j
$ Staff!
Total Vote .
299,040
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Education, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staf
III
 EDUCATION
71
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
—NOTES-
fiEries	
applies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
212,258
54,750
191,512
107,528
267,008
299,040
 72
Vote 23
Estimated 1981/82
Estimates 1982/83
Staff
$
23
888,011
2,790,634
460,593
51
5,397,762
74
2,264,594
148
11,801,594
$
Staff fi
1,295,893
2;<
2,581,800
217,306
5,947,968
5lj
2,404,348
7*1
12,447,315
15M
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL FINANCE
Classification by Sub-Vote
Deputy Minister's Office	
Research and Development 	
National and Interprovincial Activities (net of recoveries)
Management Operations	
Educational Finance (net of recoveries) ..*	
Total Vote	
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for overall policy direction of and policy development for the Ministry, as well as administrative and suppojl
services to the operational programs of the Ministry. Included in these functions are planning; policy research; legislative developi
ment; management research; systems development; accounting; auditing; payroll; physical facility planning and development fo>
schools, colleges and other post-secondary institutions; personnel; information and data services; financial management ant
research. This vote also provides for educational research and development and membership in and services to several national ara|
interprovincial activities.
Deputy Minister's Office—Objectives are to manage the Ministry of Education, to liaise with political levels of governmen
provincially and locally, to provide management leadership to local agencies (colleges, institutes, school districts and councils) t<;
provide direction for curriculum planning and development processes, special education programs, development of informatioj
systems, policy and legislative changes, and financial management services.
Research and Development—To provide grants to partially support provincially oriented educational societies which supplemeri
educational programs of school districts and colleges and institutes, to provide funds for the secondment of and contracting for short
term educational experts to assist with specific projects designed to develop and enhance the Provincial educational system and t!
provide funds for management systems improvements on behalf of the Ministry and field agencies.
National and Inter-Provincial Activities—Funds are utilized to provide British Columbia's share of the operating expenses of this
Council of Ministers of Education, Canada and to provide financial support to the Canadian Education Association. In addition, full'!
recoverable funds are utilized under a contract with the federal government to assist the Canadian International Development Agenq
to operate a major forestry industry project in Indonesia.
Management Operations—To provide for the development of policy and management processes in the education system
including data, information and financial systems, personnel management processes, project management expertise, the interface
with and development activities of the British Columbia Systems Corporation, policy and legislative preparation, general researd
services, the interface with the British Columbia Buildings Corporation and to provide for the costs ofMinistry office space and the dat
processing charges related to systems development and implementation.
Educational Finance—To provide for the development and management of major financial systems including five-year operatinl
and capital forecasting, annual capital and operating budgets, expenditure management, financial management, schools and posh
secondary capital management, and school district and post-secondary institutions financial management. Funds are also provide
for research into the financial implications of proposals for change in policy, legislation, and management processes.
 EDUCATION
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated
1981/82
$
Salaries  744,026
Supplies and Services     143,985
TOTAL  888,011
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Hjplies and Services  1,728,750
Bjints  1,061,884
TOTAL  2,790,634
NATIONAL AND INTER-PROVINCIAL ACTIVITIES
Salaries  ...a..~	
Supplies and Services ,K...  255,000
fijbital	
fflknts  205,593
Ker Expenditures	
^Soveries	
TOTAL  460,593
MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
Salaries  1,432,227
Supplies and Services  3,964,235
Capital  1,300
TOTAL  5,397,762
EDUCATIONAL FINANCE
ffllries  1,917,138
jjRplies and Services  419,330
Recoveries  71,874
TOTAL  2,264,594
Estimates
1982/83
1,126,797
169,096
1,295,893
1,626,100
955,700
2,581,800
>
13,503
740,000
100,000
238,793
20,000
894,990
217,306
1,384,345
4,563,623
5,947,968
1,882,179
597,169
75,000
2,404,348
 74
Vote 24
Estim
ated 1981/82
Staff
$
95
7,811,242
107
17,492,579
121
5,427,252
20
847,240
512,400,000
254,000,000
83,700,000
173,400,000
173,399,990
343
881,678,323
ESTIMATES, 82/83
PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDUCATION
Classification by Sub-Vote
School Programs (net of recoveries) ?,	
School Operations and Services (net of recoveries).
Special Education (net of recoveries)	
Teacher Services	
Grants—School Districts	
Grants to Reduce Local School Taxes 	
Teachers Pension Fund _	
Advances re Rural School Taxes	
Recoveries re Rural District Taxes	
Grants, Non-residential School Property Tax	
Recoveries re Non-residential School Property Tax
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff  i
7,656,446
951
18,725,123
107:1
5,793,787
121
512,880
16
567,897,676
253,500,000
112,000,000
837,815,250
837,815,240
966,085,922
33gJ
Note:
Note:
1. In the fiscal year 1981/82, advances and recoveries included both rural residential and nonresidential school property tax SI
published for fiscal year 1981/82 in the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure Ending March 1982.
2. In the 1982 taxation/calendar year, property taxes from nonresidential sources are estimated to be $657,110,000. The balantal
($180,705,250) will accrue to the Province from which grants will be distributed in the period January to March 1983.
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the development and management of the public schools system through the associated operations of the
Ministry, the financial support of school districts, and the assistance to homeowners in respect of school taxation.
Schools Programs—To provide for the most effective possible public school program, assessing and developing the content oi|
educational programs, managing public instruction through curriculum development and learning assessment, developing majot[
supplementary programs such as career development and micro-computer applications as needs are identified and evaluated; tcu
provide correspondence education to any British Columbia student who is unable to take the regular school program; to promote
excellence by administering Grade 12 scholarship exams; to promote upgrading of adults by administering a secondary school
completion program; to ensure availability of curriculum resources to all districts through a curriculum resource centre and to assistffl~
program implementation; to promote development and implementation of modern language and multi-cultural programs in schools.!
Schools Operations and Services—To assist school districts in developing the resources necessary to del iver their service througdl
centralized purchasing and development of textbooks and materials, print and non-print media materials; to assess and accredill
schools throughout the Province; to ensure that superintendents and other officials are fulfilling their responsibilities under the statute!)
and policies of the Government; to assess and improve school district management operations and systems.
Special Education—To provide for the development and implementation of Provincial policy and programs in special educatiSI
in the public school system; to evaluate and assess existing and proposed special education programs and services to students wiffll
various learning disabilities, both within and outside the school system; to assist school district personnel to organize and evalua«|
special education programs; to develop new and improved methods in meeting the needs of exceptional children, to operate Jerichcr
Hill School and a Resource Centre for the visually impaired; and to improve educational opportunities for and performance of NatiJI
Indian students.
Teacher Sen/ices—To evaluate applications for teachers' certificates and certify and decertify as required; to administer systefffll
related to trustee elections, teachers' salary conciliation and arbitration processes, and teacher appeals on transfers.
Grants—School Districts—To provide the Provincial share of local school district operating budgets and schools capital deb-
servicing, to provide contracted programs such as those for severely handicapped children in containment centers, to pay on behalf a
school districts the fees and insurance premiums of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia related to school'fire protection, anci
to provide funds for Provincially established education services in school districts.
Grants to Reduce Local School Taxes—To relieve all or part of homeowners' school taxes.
Teachers' Pension Fund—To provide funds to cover the statutory employer's portion of the costs of the fund on behalf of all schcll
districts and the employer's portion of medical and dental expenses for all retired teachers.
Grants and Recoveries re Non-residential Property Tax—To provide grants to school districts from revenue collected by til
Province from non-residential property.
 EDUCATION
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
Jiliries            2,402,875 2,300,586
Hfcplies and Services            3,951,212 3,709,460
Capital  400
■fents             1,487,155 1,676,000
Recoveries                 30,000 30,000
TOTAL            7,811,242 7,656,446
SCHOOL OPERATIONS AND SERVICES
Paries            2,719,278 3,051,010
Hbplies and Services          14,478,301 16,495,493
HJpital               305,000 378,610
Recoveries      10,000 1,199,990
TOTAL           17,492,579 18,725,123
SPECIAL EDUCATION
fflaries            2,958,229 2,913,731
Implies and Services             1,946,045 2,445,469
Capital                257,967 209,587
Hants                420,500 425,000
Recoveries                 155,489 200,000
TOTAL            5,427,252 5,793,787
TEACHER SERVICES
tBaries                498,291 344,837
Rplies and Services                290,449 161,043
Bjg'tal                    7,000 7,000
Grants     51,500
TOTAL                847,240 512,880
GRANTS—SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Grants        512,400,000 567,897,676
GRANTS TO REDUCE LOCAL SCHOOL TAXES
Grants        254,000,000 253,500,000
TEACHERS PENSION FUND
Grants          83,700,000 112,000,000
ADVANCES RE RURAL SCHOOL TAXES
Grants         173,400,000 —
(Continued Overleaf)
  EDUCATION
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
RECOVERIES RE RURAL DISTRICT TAXES
Recoveries         173,399,990      —
GRANTS RE NON-RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL PROPERTY TAX
grants      837,815,250
RECOVERIES RE NON-RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL PROPERTY TAX
Recoveries  837,815,240
77
-NOTES—
 78 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 25
POST SECONDARY COLLEGES AND INSTITUTES
Classfication by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
Estimates 1982/83
S Staff f
81              6,010,600 Post Secondary Management .'.'.  5,937,582           81!
233,234,633 Operating Grants—Colleges and Institutes (net of recoveries) ... 206,322,000
7,033,974 Operating Grants—Other  5,809,394
9,890,000 Equipmentand Furniture Capital Grants  10,180,766
29,000,000 Debt Servicing Capital Grants  44,853,000
5,666,037 Student Financial Aid  ;;,■.  6,232,641      	
81         290,835,244                   Total Vote  279,335,383       81 £
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the management by the Ministry of the Provincial colleges and institutes system and for the operating ami
capital funds required to operate these agencies and the statutory councils, as well as other post-secondary programs operated througl|
consortia and other educational agencies.
Post-Secondary Management—To provide for the supervision and operation of colleges and institutes management processel
and systems including resource allocation, computerized budgeting and information systems, evaluation systems, federal-provincial
cost-shared programs, training programs in industry, and to manage the administration and distribution of various forms of financial
assistance to students through the Canada Student Loan Program, including Provincial grants and scholarships; to coordinate prograjl
development and delivery through long-range planning and adjustment to meet priority needs in accordance with resource constraintB
and in conjunction with other ministries and government agencies; to provide for the coordination of expenditures by school district?
and colleges in programs of continuing education, vocational and other programs as required.
Operating Grants—Colleges and Provincial Institutes—To provide operating and cash capital grants to colleges, Provincial
institutes and other post-secondary institutions and programs to cover all classes of expenditure required for program operation ami
administration, in order to provide post-secondary educational opportunities and marketable skills to British Columbia residents anil
to assist the British Columbia labour force to remain productive and competitive.
Operating Grants—Other—To provide for operating grants to and expenditures by colleges, school districts, and other
educational services and agencies including the Knowledge Network of the West Communications Authority in such areas a
continuing and adult education, distance learning systems support, counselling, library and statistical services, and for some emergfn|
programs, minor capital support grants.
Equipment and Furnishings Capital Grants—To grant funds to colleges and institutes to initially acquire and to replace ann
upgrade equipment and library books in order to keep programs reasonably current.
Debt Servicing Capital Grants—To provide funds for the payment of interest and sinking fund charges for all capital construction
and equipment projects for colleges and institutes including those that will be approved in the 1982/83 fiscal year.
Student Financial Aid—To provide financial assistance to post-secondary students who have demonstrated financial need unrjl
federal-provincial criteria for eligibility and to provide grants to subsidize other programs which enable post-secondary students!"
supplement their income through part-time work while studying.
 EDUCATION
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
POST SECONDARY MANAGEMENT
Estimated
1981/82
Maries	
Hpplies and Services..
Grants	
TOTAL	
2,529,163
3,281,437
200,000
6,010,600
Estimates
1982/83
2,591,582
3,071,000
275,000
5,937,582
79
-NOTES-
OPERATING GRANTS-
Grants	
Recoveries	
TOTAL	
-COLLEGES AND INSTITUTES
         247,246,426 228,861,780
  14,011,793 22,539,780
233,234,633
Grants..
OPERATING GRANTS—OTHER
  7,033,974
EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE CAPITAL
JEnts  9,890,000
DEBT SERVICING CAPITAL GRANTS
  29,000,000
STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
merits	
aBBOveries
TOTAL..
14,988,695
9,322,658
5,666,037
206,322,000
5,809,394
10,180,766
44,853,000
16,877,708
10,645,067
6,232,641
 80 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 26
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Staff!
2 194,713    Inspector of Independent Schools   234,379 2
12,434,148    Independent School Grants  17,499,949
2 12,628,861 Total Vote  17,734,328 2
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides funds to partially support British Columbia independent schools and to supervise their operations as required as
a condition of the grant.
Inspector, Independent Schools Management—To inspect, classify and recommend independent schools for grants and to certify!
teachers under the terms of the School Support (Independent) Act.
Independent Schools Grants—To provide the statutory grants provided for in the legislation to all eligible independent schools
 EDUCATION
81
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
INSPECTOR OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
Estimated
1981/82
$
| Salaries  64,963
Supplies and Services  129,750
TOTAL  194,713
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL GRANTS
Bints  12,434,148
—NOTES—
Estimates
1982/83
72,032
162,347
234,379
17,499,949
 82
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
2,839,750
ESTIMATES, 82/83
INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF DISABLED PERSONS
Total Vote .
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff t
VOTE DESCRIPTION
In 1981/82, this vote provided for the overall co-ordination, management and administration of the provincial government's J
participation in the International Year of Disabled Persons. Included in these functions were the establishment and operation of ther
provincial office for the International Year of Disabled Persons, the establishment and operation of the International Year of Disabled!
Persons Commitee, the development and implementation of a public involvement and public information program and thfl
establishment and maintenance of a public grants program.
 EDUCATION
83
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE DISABLED
—NOTES—
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Grants	
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
65,400
463,100
2,311,250
Estimates
1982/83
$
2,839,750
—
 84
Vote 27
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Estimates 1982/83
Staff I
Total Vote .
10
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for statutory advance payment of rural school taxes.
 EDUCATION
85
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
—NOTES-
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
105,922,500
105,922,490
Recoveries	
TOTAL	
10
—
  Estimated 1981/82
Vote
Staff                    $
No.
7                 194,679
28
346           22,808,467
29
45              2,706,644
30
6,000,000
31
820,000
398           30,889,790
ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES 87
MINISTRY OF ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
Summary
Estimates 1982/83
   $ Staff
Minister's Office  212,539             7
Resource Management Program  22,333,208         361
British Columbia Utilities Commission   2,595,367           45
Fort Nelson Indian Band Royalties Agreement   5,000,000
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
Total Operating Expenses  30,141,114        413
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 28
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
194,679
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
Staff
Total Vote .
212,539
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, including his salary and expenses an
those of his immediate staff.
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
89
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries L«~w~
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
Estimates
1981/82
1982/83
$
$
154,179
164,139
40,500
48,400
194,679
212,539
—NOTES—
 90 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 29
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff
15
1,164,314
37
1,877,060
47
7,672,489
180
9,317,866
67
2,776,738
346
22,808,467
Staff!
Executive Management  1,203,890 1
Finance and Administration Division (net of recoveries)   2,417,246 4
Eneiigy Resources Division  5,924,156 4l
Mineral Resources Division (net of recoveries)  9,723,627 181
Petroleum Resources Division  3,064,289       6i|
Total Vote  22,333,208 36J.
VOTE DESCRIPTION
(a) Executive Management—To provide for senior executive direction of the Ministry, and to provide communications ami
public relations services for the Ministry.
(b) Finance and Administration Division—To provide to the Ministry management, personnel, mineral, petroleum am
natural gas revenue and tax administration, management of data information systems, office automation systems an .
administrative services such as the acquisition and servicing of Ministry property, space inventory and requirements, ml
and courier services, records management and the coordination of the Ministry's legislation/amendments initiative!'
(c) Energy Resources Division—To ensure provision of policy advice for the formulation of Provincial energy strateal
implementation of Provincial energy policy; development and management of the energy project review procef
provision of energy forecasts and strategic studies on energy matters; provision of advice on the management of energl
surpluses; formulation and implementation of energy conservation programs; guide, encourage, fund and condu
applied research related to energy technology; provision of technical and administrative support for the Energy DevelrSI
ment Agency.
(d) Mineral Resources Division—To provide for the administration and enforcement of Provincial legislation for ensuringO,
safety and health of workers in the mining industry and for ensuring that mining operations do not endanger the safety t,
the public; to ensure that all mining operations are planned and carried out so as to effect the maximum recovery!!
mineral resources with the minimum disturbance to the environment; to maintain a data base on the mineral industry, Ip
advise on and implement appropriate policies for the mineral sector; to administer title to the mineral resources of tF
Province; to facilitate the exploration, discovery and orderly development of mineral and coal resources of the Provinc
through geological mapping, surveys and related activities including training of prospectors, related information servio
and laboratory support; to ensure that mineral lands are adequately assessed and managed in relation to competing lar
uses, for the optimum benefit of the Province; to stimulate research and technological innovation in sector-related field
(e) Petroleum Resources Division—To provide for the disposition of petroleum, natural gas, and geothermal resource righj
in a manner which brings maximum benefit to the Province and supports the development of these resources; to regula
the petroleum industry to ensure safe operation, environmental protection and conservation of subsurface resources!
provide pertinent information on the petroleum resources and potential of British Columbia, and the nature of tl
industry; to promote development in new areas.
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
91
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT
Estimated
1981/82
Salaries	
[Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
418,271
746,043
1,164,314
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Capital	
ffiher Expenditures	
Recoveries	
951,693
914,367
11,000
TOTAL.
1,877,060
ENERGY RESOURCES DIVISION
Salaries	
applies and Services..
Capital	
fflffits	
TOTAL.
7,672,489
MINERAL RESOURCES DIVISION
■alaries	
implies and Services..
BBital	
BSts	
Ssveries	
TOTAL	
9,317,866
PETROLEUM RESOURCES DIVISION
alaries	
upplies and Services..
iffltal	
Wts	
TOTAL I
1,715,793
1,034,745
16,200
10,000
2,776,738
Estimates
1982/83
457,996
745,894
1,203,890
1,282,669
1,128,577
6,000
34,807,500
34,807,500
2,417,246
1,834,362
1,920,101
5,561,127
3,977,555
12,000
11,500
265,000
15,000
5,924,156
5,119,078
5,515,551
3,061,088
3,612,198
85,200
64,868
1,077,500
681,000
25,000
149,990
9,723,627
1,844,760
1,210,252
9,277
3,064,289
-NOTES-
 92 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA UTILITIES COMMISSION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83    I
Staff                    $ $ Staff
19            1,886,912 General Administration Branch (net of recoveries)  1,620,152           19
16                 500,130 Utility Regulation Section   575,961            U
6                 171,602 Economics and Rates  235,413             e
4                148,000 Special Projects   163,841             A
45 2,706,644 Total Vote  2,595,367 45
VOTE DESCRIPTION
The Commission is responsible for the regulation of all utilities in the Province pursuant to the Utilities Commission Act.
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
93
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION BRANCH
Estimated
1981/82
$
ill rips                                            575.952
Estimates
1982/83
$
597,152
1,310,960
1,343,000
320,000
TOTAL	
             1,886,912
UTILITY REGULATION SECTION
                 458,130
42,000
1,620,152
Pies	
jpplies and Services
TOTAL
539,461
36,500
                500,130
ECONOMICS AND RATES
164,652
575,961
219,413
ipplies and Services
TOTAL	
laries	
ipplies and Services
TOTAL	
                    6,950
16,000
                171,602
235,413
SPECIAL PROJECTS
                 126,000
                  22,000
141,841
22,000
                148,000
163,841
—NOTES—
 94 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 31
FORT NELSON INDIAN BAND ROYALTIES AGREEMENT
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Staj
6,000,000 Total Vote  5,000,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
The Fort Nelson Indian Reserve Minerals Revenue Sharing Act provides for the ownership, administration and control by tl
Province of the coal, oil and gas underlying the Fort Nelson Indian Reserve, and provides for the equal sharing by the Province and*
band of the revenues from the production of natural gas.
|—
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
95
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
FORT NELSON INDIAN BAND ROYALTIES AGREEMENT
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
$ $
—NOTES—
6,000,000
,000,000
  ENVIRONMENT
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
Summary
I Estimated 1981/82
feff $
Vote
No.
97
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
B91
1497
218,076
77,417,988
6,000,000
10
2,580,000
81,056,074
32
33
34
35
Minister's Office  206,012
Resource and Environment Management  84,419,142
Emergency Assistance  500,000
Habitat Conservation Fund  0
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth 	
Total Operating Expenses	
Financing Transactions   750,000
6
1,502
85,125,154      1,508
 98 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 32
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Stiff
6 218,076 Total Vote  206,012
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Environment, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate sH
 ENVIRONMENT
99
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated
1981/82
-NOTES-
Estimates
1982/83
{Salaries  157,826
Supplies and Services  60,250
TOTAL  218,076
138,612
67,400
206,012
 1
10o ESTIMATES,  82/83
Vote 33
RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
Estimates 1982/83
298
15,534,126
34
1,994,002
16
976,461
169
9,880,286
16
1,772,040
13
504,838
131
6,259,689
186
6,947,061
287
19,131,310
152
6,125,975
151
6,589,380
38
1,702,820
1,491
77,417,988
General Administration	
Air Studies —	
Coasta'l and Estuary Studies	
Fisheries Management (net of recoveries)
Marine Resources 	
Pesticide Program 	
Terrestrial Studies	
Waste Management 	
Water Management (net of recoveries) 	
Wildlife Management (net of recoveries) J
Surveys and Mapping	
Provincial Emergency Program	
Total Vote	
$
Staff]
18,071,854
411
2,419,668
3|
1,065,035
it
12,454,705
ul
1,778,990
2;
634,764
ii*
6,921,717
13:
7,493,706
185
17,995,894
28]
7,256,382
8)
6,534,996
15:
1,791,431
3
84,419,142
1,50)
VOTE DESCRIPTION
(a) General Administration—Provides for executive direction, control and coordination; and services from the Ministrj]
information, personnel, finance, systems, space, laboratory, conservation officer, communications, and general admin
istration in support of the Ministry's operations.
(b) Air Management—Maintains a clean and healthy atmospheric environment by, setting air quality standards, collecting
data to assess permit applications and maintaining computerized files of all air data for British Columbia; distributes datn
reports and maps as required.
(c) Coastal and Estuary Management—Provides for the development and implementation of a program which promotes!!
sensitive and orderly planning, assessment and management of British Columbia's coastal and estuarine environments ia
the long term based on an understanding of the natural attributes of these environments.
(d) Fisheries Management—Provides for the production of the maximum economic, cultural, recreational and scientifji;
benefits for present and future generations of British Columbians by: maintaining all native and desirable introduce:
species of fish at optimum levels of distribution, abundance and health; participating in Federal/Provincial Salmonh
Enhancement Programs; protecting or enhancing essential freshwater habitat, and providing an equitable distribution ir
opportunities for a wide variety of uses of fish.
(e) Marine Resources—Provides for the management and economic development of the oyster and marine plant indusfll
and regulation and development of the fish processing sector of the British Columbia commercial fishing industry. TH
program provides services for these responsibilities under the British Columbia Fisheries Act and Fish Inspection Act, t
representing the Province at international fisheries negotiations, and by functioning as a liaison between Provincial ar
federal agencies whose activities affect marine resources.
(f) Pesticide Management—Provides for the administration of the Pesticide Control Act.
(g) Terrestrial Environment Management—Provides for the development and implementation of a program which promfi
the sensitive and orderly planning, assessment and management of British Columbia's terrestrial environments in the lot
term based on an understanding of the natural attributes of these environments.
(h) Waste Management—Provides for the administration of the Pollution Control Act, the Litter Act and waste managenS
programs including the recycling of derelict automobiles,
(i) Water Management—Provides for the administration and control of the use of surface water and the administration of.tj
Water Utility Act, Dyke Maintenance Act and dam safety inspections,
(j) Wildlife Management— Provides for the maintenance, diversity and viability of species representative of the maj
biophysical zones of land capability and biological limits of each species, and ensures wildlife is available in sufficie
abundance to meet social, recreational, ecological and economic needs of society,
(k) Surveys and Mapping— Provides for aerial photographs, control surveys, primary base mapping and program coordl
tion services.
(I) Provincial Emergency—Provides for costs of the Provincial Emergency Program, which is responsible for develoBI
throughout British Columbia the capability to cope and deal with disaster and emergency situations with minirr
disruption of essential services.
,	
 ENVIRONMENT
101
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
— NOTES-
Rjaries ~	
Bpplies and Sen/ices..
Capital	
Grants	
Other Expenditures	
TOTAL	
7,220,917
7,422,948
446,261
442,000
2,000
15,534,126
9,947,832
7,423,879
235,143
465,000
18,071,854
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Ifijpital	
TOTAL	
AIR STUDIES
952,989
1,034,013
7,000
1,994,002
987,268
1,348,400
84,000
2,419,668
COASTAL AND ESTUARY STUDIES
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Capital	
TOTAL	
680,992
279,737
15,732
976,461
746,176
298,859
20,000
1,065,035
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
Salaries.	
jfipplies and Services..
Capital	
ffiants	
Recoveries	
TOTAL I
5,690,795
4,693,346
1,982,392
28,970
2,515,217
9,880,286
4,864,821
7,940,697
2,576,110
2,926,923
12,454,705
ffitries	
lajbplies and Services..
EPital	
i Hants	
TOTAL.
MARINE RESOURCES
942,423
772,667
56,950
1,772,040
1,122,563
578,727
69,700
8,000
1,778,990
.alaries	
IR)lies and Services..
IBgntal	
TOTAL	
PESTICIDE PROGRAM
399,293
105,545
504,838
412,164
221,910
690
634,764
(Continued Overleaf)
  ENVIRON
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
TERRESTRIAL STUDIES
IBaries            4,475,762
MENT
4,853,445
1,769,117
299,155
6,921,717
103
—NOTES—
Capital i                121,033
TOTAL            6,259,689
WASTE MANAGEMENT
■aries                                4,876,560
5,054,262
2,298,649
140,795
7,493,706
8,516,120
4,103,000
5,898,774
522,000
17,995,894
3,404,815
4,283,242
972,121
75,000
1,478,796
7,256,382
Capital                  35,732
TOTAL            6,947,061
WATER MANAGEMENT
IHaries                                                                   8,039,113
Capital            7,523,881
I Recoveries                271,000
TOTAL           19,131,310
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
Kries                                                        4,576,966
5upplies and Services                     1,749,765
Capital                233,828
Wants                  62,315
Recoveries                496,899
TOTAL            6,125,975
SURVEYS AND MAPPING
lialaries            3,825,182
.Supplies and Services                  2,705,226
3,850,532
2,556,964
127,500
6,534,996
865,747
895,684
30,000
1,791,431
Capital                  58,972
TOTAL            6,589,380
PROVINCIAL EMERGENCY PROGRAM
iMaries                                            911 208
iupplies and Services                    731,625
|l-|Pital                  59,987
TOTAL             1,702,820
L
 104
Vote 34
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES,  82/83
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE
6,000,000
Total Vote .
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Provides for emergency expenditures in response to natural disasters.
Estimates 1982/83
 $ Staflj
500,000
 ENVIRONMENT
105
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
-NOTES-
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
Grants..
6,000,000
500,000
 106 ESTIMATES,  82/83
HABITAT CONSERVATION FUND
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
s'aff                    $ $                    StafJ
10                 Total Vote....                 —
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Provided for an advance to the Habitat Conservation Fund in 1981/82. In 1982/83 this advance is being treated as a financial
transaction.
 ENVIRONMENT
107
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
HABITAT CONSERVATION FUND
Estimated
1981/82
—NOTES—
Estimates
1982/83
Blades	
Supplies and Services..
Capital	
Hfcoveries	
TOTAL	
240,000
380,000
130,000
749,990
10
 108 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 35
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Staff
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for a recoverable advance to the Habitat Conservation Fund.
$ Stafll
Advances to Habitat Conservation Fund  750,000
 ENVIRONMENT
109
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
— NOTES-
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
Investments, Loans and Advances
750,000
  FINANCE HI
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Summary
I Estimated 1981/82          Vote Estimates 1982/83
Staff                    $                No. $                    Staff
I 7                 176,348    36   Minister's Office  188,673             6
h.,265           81,150,592    37    Government Financial Support  80,361,082      1,300
■ 10                803,546   38    Provincial Capital Commission  778,239           10
—              39    Compensation Stabilization Program  882,890
12,600,000    40    Contingencies  97,535,000
2,700,000                  Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
1,282           92,030,486                           Total Operating Expenses  179,745,884      1,316
41    Financing Transactions   2,350,000
 112
Vote 36
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff f:
176,348 Total Vote.
188,673 t
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Finance, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff)
 FINANCE
113
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated
1981/82
-NOTES-
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
140,848
35,500
Estimates
1982/83
$
144,173
44,500
176,348
1£
,673
 n
114
Vote 37
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimates 1982/83
$ $ Stafil
66 3,320,965 Financial and Management Planning  3,999,233
267 18,718^431 Revenue Operations (net of recoveries)  22,571,730 28"
Government Support Services (net of recoveries)
2,243,696       —Purchasing Commission     2,127,932
10,315,580       —Government Agencies  11,774,729
12,902,633       —Systems and Data Processing     3,671,470
2,941,269       —Treasury Branch  1,691,746
6,014,700       —Comptroller General     9,067,718 I
903            34,417,878      28,333,595         9(|
29 7,769,019 Ministry Support  7,158,851 3J
16,924,299 Interest on Public Debt  18,297,673
1,265 81,150,592 Total Vote  80,361,082      1,30(
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for overall fiscal policy direction and financial services for government together with management services am
administration support to the operational programs of the Ministry.
(a) Financial and Management Planning—Provides for financial and economic analysis through Economics and PoliS
Division and central financial and management direction and control over the operation of all government ministrie
through Treasury Board Staff. Also provides for grants under the Suggestion Awards program.
(b) Revenue Operations—Provides for administration of taxation statutes which are the responsibility of the Ministry c
Finance through Consumer Taxation Branch, Income Taxation Branch, Real Property Taxation Branch and the RevenS
Administration Branch, and administration of the Homeowner Grant Act as it relates to the non-municipal areas of to
Province. Also provides for grants and subsidies for payments to natural gas producers, to the Assessment Authority for it
operations and to local governments.
(c) Government Support Services—Provides for support services across government through the Purchasing Commission
Government Agencies, Courts of Revision, Assessment Appeal Boards, Systems and Data Processing, Treasury Division
and through the Office of the Comptroller General in accordance with the Financial Administration Act.
(d) Ministry Support—Provides for the central direction, management and administration of the Ministry through executivrj
personnel and payroll, financial services and administration and information services. Also provides for payments to th
British Columbia Buildings Corporation for Ministry occupancy charges.
(e) /merest on the Public Debt—Provides for the cost of interest on the Provincial direct debt.
 FINANCE
115
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT PLANNING
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
-NOTES-
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Bants	
TOTAL I
2,850,684
453,181
1 7,100
3,320,965
3,205,167
769,066
25,000
3,999,233
REVENUE OPERATIONS
ialaries	
iupplies and Services..
Hints	
mer Expenditures	
lecoveries	
TOTAL	
6,653,261
1,284,170
10,531,000
36,835,000
36,585,000
18,718,431
GOVERNMENT SUPPORT SERVICES
R-ies  20,014,574
upplies and Services  15,667,430
HJtal  193,538
tther Expenditures  48,931,000
ecoveries  50,398,664
TOTAL..
34,417,878
MINISTRY SUPPORT
ilaries	
ipplies and Services..
Mai	
jmts	
Kr Expenditures	
TOTAL	
1,172,421
5,896,598
200,000
400,000
100,000
7,769,019
|her Expenditures..
INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT
  16,924,299
6,977,000
3,704,730
11,890,000
22,571,730
20,657,857
12,724,406
58,700
70,128,500
75,235,868
28,333,595
1,015,731
6,143,120
7,158,851
18,297,673
	
 116 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 38
PROVINCIAL CAPITAL COMMISSION
Estimated 1981/82                                                                                                                                                            Estimates 1982/83  I
Staff $  $ Staff!
803,546 Total Vote  778,239
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Provincial Capital Commission which is responsible for preserving, upgrading and planning c)
amenities for and within the capital district.
 FINANCE
117
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
—NOTES-
PROVINCIAL CAPITAL COMMISSION
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Grants	
TOTAL	
Estimated
Estimates
1981/82
1982/83
$
$
308,796
297,835
54,750
40,404
440,000
440,000
803,546
778,239
 118 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 39
COMPENSATION STABILIZATION PROGRAM
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83   I
Staff $ $ Stal
— Total Vote  882,890
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the introduction and administration of the public sector Compensation Stabilization program and allows fij
the establishment of an independent administrative agency to interpret and administer policies and regulations developed under th
program.
 FINANCE
119
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
-NOTES-
COMPENSATION STABILIZATION PROGRAM
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
129,390
753,500
upplies and Services	
TOTAL	
882,890
 120 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 40
CONTINGENCIES
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Staffl
12,600,000 Total Vote  97,535,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for salary increases for established staff, salaries for new positions, and employer contributions related thereto]
for all Ministries, together with costs for approved pre-retirement leave, banked vacation leave and banked educational leave na
provided for elsewhere.
This vote also provides for certain other expenditures of a contingent nature of ministries not otherwise provided for.
 FINANCE
121
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
CONTINGENCIES
Estimated
1981/82
$
—NOTES—
Other Expenditures..
12,600,000
Estimates
1982/83
97,535,000
—
 122 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 41
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83    1
Staff $ $ StafJ
Total Vote  2,350,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for advances in respect of deferred property taxes pursuant to the Land Tax Deferment Act, and for slaiuto]
advances to local government and other entities in respect of property taxes in non-municipal areas collected on their behalf by th
Ministry of Finance.
 FINANCE
123
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
48,183,000
45,833,000
TOTAL	
2,350,000
-NOTES—
  FORESTS
MINISTRY OF FORESTS
125
Summary
Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
Staff $        Up $ No. $ $ Staff
I 5 160,231 42    Minister's Office  170,140 5
43    Forest and Range Resource Manage-
196,955,874 ment         210,240,777
Less recoveries from Forest and
3,406 161,055,874        35,900,000^ Range Resource Fund  83,704,000 126,536,777     3,406
8,420,057 44    Fire Suppression  17,956,320
Less efficiencies achieved to control government
7,000,000 growth  _
5,411 162,636,162 Total Operating Expenses  144,663,237      3,411
■ ' Estimated 1981/82 has been adjusted to reflect the fact that this amount was allocated from the Forest and Range Resource Fund to this program in
Bft/82.
NOTE
tor information purposes, the financial resources available for Ministry programs are as follows:
Operating Expenses *
To be voted         144,663,237
Recoveries from Forest and Range Resource Fund  83,704,000
228,367,237
Employment Development Account  10,000,000
Forgone Revenue from Stumpage under Section 88 of the Forest Act  92,800,000
331,167,237
IDetails of the Employment Development Account which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates are shown in Schedule B.
 126
Vote 42
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
5                  160,231
Total Vote
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
StafJ
170,140
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Forests including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate stall
 FORESTS
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
alaries	
lupplies and Services..
TOTAL	
127
—NOTES—
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
122,221
38,010
133,899
36,241
160,231
170,140
■u—
 128
Vote 43
Staff
Estimated 1981/82
$
284
9,857,810
947
54,783,577
1,303
54,183,580
510
52,399,797
222
17,027,215
86
4,541,934
54
4,161,961
196,955,874
35,900,000
3,406
161,055,874
ESTIMATES, 82/83
FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Management Program	
Finance and Administration Program	
Harvesting Program (net of recoveries)	
Silviculture Program (net of recoveries)	
Forest Protection Program	
Range Program	
Recreation Program	
Less recoveries from Forest and Range Resource Fund.
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
$
11,052,689
58,638,951
57,437,321
52,438,549
21,669,194
4,817,953
4,186,120
210,240,777
83,704,000
Staff
2813
95'|
,32 I
49;l
21"
8i
|l
126,536,777      3,4ffl|
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for all Forest, Range and Recreation programs of the Ministry (except fire suppression) and for all managemen
finance and administration services, including ex gratia payments related to this vote. The functions related to these programs ant
services are performed at Provincial, regional and district levels.
(a) Management Programs—This sub-vote provides for senior executive direction in the Ministry. At headquarters, th i
includes strategic studies to support the development and evaluation of policy objectives and plans, and in addition th|
dissemination of information concerning Ministry activities. Direction and control of the application of approved foreh
and range policies and programs are provided at the regional level and supervision and control of implementation occa
at the district level.
(b) Finance and Administration Program—At headquarters, this sub-vote provides advice, policies and procedures pertaii-
ing to all general administration matters and support services throughout the Ministry, overall monitoring and functionI
direction over the Ministry's financial, human and physical resources, data processing and administrative services aal
arrangements for accommodation, equipment and its maintenance. More detailed coordination and monitoring of thai
activities occurs at the regional and district levels.
(c) Harvesting Program—At headquarters, this sub-vote provides advice, policies and procedures pertaining to the inve
tory, planning, valuation, sale and disposal of Crown Provincial timber and wood resources, overall monitoring at
functional direction over Provincial wood supplies. Coordination and monitoring of these activities occurs at the region <:
level and field activities take place at the district level.
(d) Silviculture Program—At headquarters, this sub-vote provides advice, policies, procedures and research servidi-
pertaining to the reforestation, care and enhancement of Crown Provincial forests, overall monitoring and function:
direction over Provincial silvicultural and research activities, tree seeds and tree seedlings required for Provinci:
reforestation projects. Coordination and monitoring of these projects takes place at the regional level while more detail
field activities occur at the district level.
(e) Forest Protection Program—At headquarters, this sub-vote provides advice, policies, procedures and research servicl
pertaining to the application of fire and pest management activities directed toward reducing wood losses and protect}
public and environmental values. The coordination and monitoring of these activities occurs at the regional level, wh;
the provision of most protection services occurs at the district level.
(f) Range Program—At headquarters, this sub-vote provides advice, policies and procedures pertaining to rehabilitatic
care and enhancement of Crown Provincial range lands, and overall monitoring and functional direction over Minis' |
range management activities. The regional offices provide coordination and monitoring for all range manageme
activities on Crown Provincial range lands, while district offices provide ongoing planning, direction, and control oft
use of Crown Provincial range lands.
(g) Recreation Program—At headquarters, this sub-vote provides advice, policies, and procedures pertaining to the proft
tion of recreation and aesthetic values of Crown Provincial forest and range lands outside of parks, and overall monitori
and functional direction over Ministry recreation management activities. The regional offices provide coordination a
monitoring of recreation activities in the forest regions while the district offices provide for the establishment a
maintenance of recreation site facilities and trails on Crown Provincial lands.
 FORESTS
129
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
— NOTES—
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
■gital	
Dther Expenditures	
TOTAL	
7,881,979
1,934,544
31,329
9,958
9,857,810
8,750,623
2,286,617
15,449
11,052,689
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM
atari es	
upplies and Services	
Capital	
jrants	
)ther Expenditures	
ecoveries from Forest and Range Resource
Fund	
TOTAL	
23,148,851
27,592,654
2,151,312
1,872,200
18,560
2,794,620
51,988,957
HARVESTING PROGRAM
jmTies	
replies and Services	
i|Bital	
ther Expenditures	
jcoveries from B.C. Hydro	
?coveries from Forest and Range Resource
. Fund	
TOTAL	
42,845,487
14,465,439
280,283
210,735
3,6/8,364
3,066,676
51,116,904
SILVICULTURE PROGRAM
i lanes	
pplies and Services	
pital	
her Expenditures	
coveries	
,eoveries from Forest and Range Resource
Fund	
TOTAL	
24,935,845
24,405,538
2,378,025
680,389
28,003,934
24,395,863
FOREST PROTECTION PROGRAM
Iffles	
pplies and Services	
'pital	
iafiExpenditures	
'reveries from Forest and Range Resource
:und	
TOTAL	
11,696,929
4,941,011
333,348
55,927
1,182,833
15,844,382
23,191,955
31,206,204
2,491,354
1,747,500
1,938
1,747,500
56,891,451
42,148,792
19,576,436
679,929
231,844
5,199,680
16,091,015
41,346,306
26,011,908
23,193,662
3,541,301
7,497
315,819
50,414,008
2,024,541
12,053,619
9,172,859
391,705
51,011
14,129,313
7,539,881
(Continued Overleaf)
  FORESTS
131
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
RANGE PROGRAM
Biries  2,916,205
Supplies and Services  1,561,274
Capital  61,414
Bier Expenditures  3,041
Recoveries from Forest and Range Resource
Fund  535,784
TOTAL  4,006,150
RECREATION PROGRAM
Salaries  2,853,526
Supplies and Services  1,254,284
Capital  54,151
Recoveries from Forest and Range Resource
Fund  316,153
TOTAL  3,845,808
—NOTES-
2,842,410
1,960,203
15,340
1,322,164
3,495,789
2,616,187
1,512,073
57,860
4,186,120
	
 132 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 44
FIRE SUPPRESSION
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Stafl
2,350,263    Direct Fire Fighting Expenditures  5,378,074
4,710,125    Fire Suppression Flying  10,292,460
406,182    Fire Equipment  580,401
617,595    Fire Standby and Overtime .'.?.<.....  1,249,006
215,011    Fire Suppression Techniques and Safety Training  392,085
120,881    Fire Site Rehabilitation '. '.  64,294
8,420,057 Total Vote   17,956,320
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the costs of fighting and extinguishing forest and range fires on Crown lands including ex gratia paymen
related to this program.
r—
 FOR
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
DIRECT FIRE FIGHTING EXPENDITURES
Estimated
1981/82
$
BJaries. ..                         ,.                527,024
ESTS
Estimates
1982/83
$
428,152
4,832,159
117,763
133
—NOTES—
Implies and Services            1,608,971
Capital                110,229
Other Expenditures               104,039
TOTAL            2,350,263
5,378,074
FIRE SUPPRESSION FLYING
Salaries                                                                       248,921
175,609
9,107,302
1,009,549
Capital :...._               394,109
TOTAL            4,710,125
10,292,460
580,401
FIRE EQUIPMENT
i Capital                143,352
TOTAL                406,182
580,401
FIRE STANDBY AND OVERTIME
Ijrairies                   615,390
1,249,006
Supplies and Services                   2,205
TOTAL                617,595
1,249,006
FIRE SUPPRESSION TECHNIQUES AND SAFETY TRAIh
Salaries                                                         52 314
1ING
55,270
326,281
9,301
1,233
392,085
c Supplies and Services                     152,923
^ Capital                   8,688
r Cither Expenditures                                   1,086
TOTAL                215,011
FIRE SITE REHABILITATION
■alaries                  54,203
■upplies and Services                              66,135
64,294
)ther Expenditures                                         543
TOTAL                120,881
64,294
  ■ Estimated 1981/82
Vote
Staff
$
No.
1  6
205,728
45
2,222
158,126,209
46
4,125
1,376,239,913
47
450,705,050
48
10,200,000
6,353
1,975,076,900
HEALTH 135
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Summary
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
Minister's Office  222,410 7
Management Operations   191,683,054 2,585
Health Programs   1,559,450,117 3,904
Medical Services Commission   485,230,668
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
Total Operating Expenses ...'.:  2,236,586,249 6,496
NOTE
For information purposes, the Ministry of Health has proposed expenditures within the Employment Development Account in the amount of
$1,800,000. Details of the Employment Development Account, which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates, are shown in Schedule B.
 136 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 45
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff        $  $      _St^|
6 205,728 Total Vote  222,410
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Health, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate stall
J
 HEALTH
137
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
—NOTES-
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
156,728
49,000
172,510
49,900
205,728
222,410
 138 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 46
MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 , Estimates 1982/83 if
Staff $ $  $ * _Ml
613 56,647,326 Administration and Support (net of recoveries)  63,549,253 70.'l
Service Delivery
7,691,237       —Administration     7,841,968
23,297,654       —Preventive Service Delivery  25,387,645
54,931,193       —Community Care Service Delivery  61,911,299
19 016,441        —Long Term Care Service Delivery  21,200,675
1,605 104,936,525      116,341,587      1,87il
Service Delivery Grants
7,385,636       —Special Care Services Grants     7,445,854
7,548,997       —Alcohol and Drug Grants     7,646,360
4 14,934,633      15,092,214
18,392,275 Recoveries, Alcohol and Drug Fund  3,300,000
2,222 158,126,209 Total Vote         191,683,054      2,58]|
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Ministry's administration and support services, as well as for the delivery of preventive, community cam!
and institutional programs at the community level.
(a) Administration and Support—This sub-vote provides for the overall development, direction and coordination of polio
for the Ministry and includes the Deputy Minister's office, personnel, financial services, building occupancy, compute l|
and consulting, supply and services, information services, legal services, policy planning and legislation, vital statistics^
and management services.
(b) Service Delivery—This sub-vote provides for the delivery of preventive, community care, long-term care assessment ami
home-care nursing, at the field level.
Administration—Provides leadership and administrative support services to local community health programs a
Preventive Service Delivery—Provides for the delivery of public health nursing, public health inspection, dental;
speech and hearing, nutrition, health education, and grants to municipalities for delivery of certain preventive programs :|
Community Care Service Delivery—Provides for the delivery of emergency health services, alcohol and drujij
programs, community mental health, and grants for mental health services.
Long Term Care Service Delivery—Provides for the delivery of home-care nursing, long-term care assessment!
community physiotherapy, long-term care and home-care service delivery grants.
(c) Service Delivery Grants—This sub-vote provides for health services made available through grants. These servml
include diagnostic, treatment, residential, preventive, vocational, rehabilitative and promotional programs and anrj
delivered by societies, individuals, organizations and other governmental bodies including municipalities. Thesi
services are purchased to complement Ministry programs.
(d) Recoveries, Alcohol and Drug Fund—Allows for recovery of costs incurred by the delivery of alcohol and drug program!
The recoveries are to come from the Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette, Education, Prevention and Rehabilitation Fund.
 HEALTH
139
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
Estimated
1981/82
Salaries  15,198,231
Supplies and Services  50,354,857
Capital  383,950
■fonts  500,000
Ejier Expenditures  317,000
Recoveries  10,106,712
TOTAL  56,647,326
SERVICE DELIVERY
Rlaries  70,671,844
Supplies and Services  10,840,215
Capital  786,677
Hints  17,722,349
Other Expenditures  4,915,440
TOTAL  104,936,525
SERVICE DELIVERY GRANTS
Salaries  109,704
Bpplies and Services  390,400
ppital  25,000
Hants  14,409,529
TOTAL  14,934,633
RECOVERIES, ALCOHOL AND DRUG FUND
Koveries  18,392,275
Estimates
1982/83
17,013,060
55,628,343
140,950
200,000
126,900
9,560,000
63,549,253
78,622,220
12,122,498
258,202
19,824,256
5,514,411
116,341,587
111,147
74,800
14,906,267
15,092,214
3,300,000
—NOTES—
 140
Vote 47
ESTIMATES, 82/83
HEALTH PROGRAMS
Classification by Sub-Vote
1
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
Estimates 1982/83
$ $ Staflj
391 21,706,106 Preventive  21,747,702 39!l
Community Care (net of recoveries)
11,114,099       —Forensic Psychiatric Services
Commission /.'.  12,266,052
5,945,779       —Emergency Health Services Commission.        7,343,824
5017,538       —Alcohol and Drug Commission         2,785,852
50,336,575       —Mental Health      49,103,985 71  ._. 71,      -M
2,491 72,413,991      71,499,713      2,1»
Long Term Care
9,431,858       —Administration      10,075,015
57,300,620       —Homemakers      65,214,420
32,067,760       —Government Institutions      32,433,374
140,898,155       —Long Term Care Facilities 1'.     191,009,476 II
1,026 239,698,393      298,732,285      1,1311
Hospital Programs
6,502,253       —Administration          5,892,815
979,079,170       —Grants to Hospitals—Operating 1,090,264,986
41,840,000       —Grants to Hospitals—Capital      57,757,616
15,000,000       —Grants to Hospitals—Equipment       13,555,000
217      1,042,421,423           1,167,470,417 20JI
4,125      1,376,239,913 Total Vote     1,559,450,117     3,9fj|
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the program management, policy development and planning responsibility for preventive, communityi
care, long-term care and hospital programs. This vote also provides funds for payment of grants to fund long-term care facilities ancI
hospitals.
(a) Preventive—This sub-vote provides for the development and administration of policies for the public health nursing r
public health inspection, nutrition, speech and hearing, dental and health education programs. Further, this sub-vqgl
provides for epidemiology, Provincial laboratory, community vocational rehabilitation, T.B. control, V.D. controh
occupational health, vision, kidney dialysis, out-patient oxygen supply services and medical consultation services,   jl
(b) Community Care—This sub-vote provides for the development of program policy, management, and planning capability
of community care programs.
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission—Provides for forensic psychiatric services to the courts and justice
agencies in the Province on an in-patient and consultative basis. Further, this sub-sub-vote provides for the management
and operation of the B.C. Youth Development Centre.
Emergency Health Services Commission—Provides for a ground and air ambulance service throughout the
Province. Further, this sub-sub-vote provides for the operation of a plant for the construction of ambulances; traininj
courses for emergency medical assistants and paramedic crews; basic instruction in first-aid and cardio-pulmonar;
resuscitation throughout the Province; advice on emergency department standards of care and physical planningB
acute-care hospitals; coordination of the Ministry's responsibilities in disaster planning.
Alcohol and Drug Commission—Provides for the head office management and support services of the alcohol ant
drug program. The support services include pharmacy, laboratory, preventive education, medical director and employe
assistance programs.
Mental Health—Provides for the head office management of mental health services, and monitoring of policies ant
programs, consultative and support services to the community mental health and boarding home program as well as th
direct operation of the Riverview facility. This sub-sub-vote provides inpatient care for acute and chronic psychiatric
patients under the authority of the Mental Health Act.
(Continued Overleaf
 HEALTH
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
PREVENTIVE
alaries	
[upplies and Services..
Capital «;,	
fijnts	
)ther Expenditures	
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
10,538,217
9,674,486
684,603
808,800
10,425,392
10,415,810
750,000
149,350
7,150
21,706,106
21,747,702
141
—NOTES-
COMMUNITY CARE
alaries ,.»...„,
[ipplies and Services..
apital •!-»••■(•
rants	
Ber Expenditures	
icoveries	
TOTAL	
ilaries	
ipplies and Services..
lpital	
■ants	
TOTAL.
56,920,993
14,588,404
652,786
233,664
243,144
225,000
72,413,991
LONG TERM CARE
26,196,166
5,231,180
300,100
207,970,947
239,698,393
HOSPITAL PROGRAMS
lanes	
pplies and Services..
gfts	
ffir Expenditures	
53,879,745
16,645,541
610,312
391,980
227,135
255,000
71,499,713
29,075,722
4,670,638
651,075
264,334,850
298,732,285
TOTAL.
5,389,008
1,112,245
1,035,919,170
 1,000
1,042,421,423      1,167,470,417
1,1
4,711,905
1,179,910
61,577,602
1,000
 142 ESTIMATES, 82/83
(c) Long Term Care—This sub-vote provides administrative and direct service expenses related to the long-term caij
program. This program provides services to those residents of British Columbia who require assistance in carrying oJ
daily living because of a health-related problem but do not require care in an acute-care hospital.
Administration—Provides for the development and administration of policies, programs, and payment of grants!]
municipalities. The activities include planning and coordination for new facility construction, and the operation oft™
Community Care Licensing Boards.
Homemakers—Provides support to individuals in their own home by assisting them in performing tasks of whid
they are no longer capable.
Government Institutions—Provides for the operation of Valleyview, Pearson, Skeenaview and Dellview hospital
The activities of the facilities include provision of therapeutic, rehabilitative and psychogeriatric care.
Long Term Care Facilities—Provides grants to community care facilities, mental health boarding homes, licensep|
private hospitals, family care homes, and assessment and treatment centres. These services are provided to those persoip|
who can no longer function independently as a result of a health-related problem.
(d) Hospital Programs—This sub-vote provides for the development and administration of policies and programs for acuj
and extended-care hospitals. Further, this sub-vote provides grants to hospitals for operating, capital, and equipmeij
purposes.
Administration—Provides administrative and medical consultative services to hospital programs and hospiti
facilities. These activities include construction, research, statistic compilation and formation of policy.
Grants to Hospitals—Operating—Provides operating grants to hospitals and other agencies. These grants normal e|
pay for the majority of operating costs of hospitals after deducting other sources of hospital revenues.
Grants to Hospitals—Capital—Provides for the payment of the Provincial Government's share of debt servicing cos
of hospital construction projects. Further this sub-sub-vote provides grants for minor capital projects.
Grants to Hospitals—Equipment—Provides for the payment of the Provincial Government's share of the purchastj|
approved equipment.
  144 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 48
MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83  1
Staff $ j Stafl
26,102,150    Administration   27,555,619
353,678,900    Medical Services Plan         396,075,049
70,924,000    Dental Plan   61,600,000
450,705,050 Total Vote        485,230,668
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the development and administration of policies and programs for the Medical Services Plan and Dental Cai,:
Plan and for payment of insured services.
(a) Administration—This sub-vote provides for the administration of the Medical Services Plan and Dental Care Plafijl
British Columbia. Service includes processing and billing for premiums, prompt and efficient payment of insure
services, auditing claims for benefits and/or fee payments, and negotiation of contracts with practitioners.
(b) Medical Services Plan—This sub-vote provides the funds for payment to physicians, dental surgeons, other practitioner^
and laboratories, on fee-for-service basis according to a schedule of fees approved by the Commission. Some prad
tioners are reimbursed on a salaried or sessional basis. This sub-vote is offset by revenue from medical plan premium
(c) Dental Plan—This sub-vote provides for the Province's share of service costs provided to eligible residents by dentists ar
denturists according to an approved fee schedule.
 HEALTH
145
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
-NOTES—
Grants..
26,102,150 27,555,619
Grants..
MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN
        353,678,900 396,075,049
Srants..
DENTAL PLAN
70,924,000 61,600,000
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
146
 HUMAN RESOURCES
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Summary
147
■ Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
Vote
No.
Estimates 1982/83
Staff
f   8 233,936 49    Minister's Office	
H025 843,837,555 50    Ministry Programs	
8,000,000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth
5,033        836,071,491 Total Operating Expenses	
262,008 8
35,997,572      5,094
986,259,580     5,102
NOTE
For information purposes, the Ministry of Human Resources has proposed expenditures within to the Employment Development Account in the
amounl of $6,413,272. Details of the Employment Development Account, which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates, are shown in
Schedule B.
 148 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 49
MINISTER'S OFFICE
I
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83    j
Staff $ $ Staff j
8 233,936 Total Vote  262,008 I
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Human Resources, including her salary and expenses and those of hei
immediate staff.
 '
 HUMAN RESOURCES
149
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
—NOTES—
Salaries	
Ipplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
154,976
78,960
191,847
70,161
233,936
262,008
 150 ESTIMATES,  82/83
Vote 50
MINISTRY PROGRAMS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82
Staff
Estimates 1982/83
$ $ Staff lil
70,050,618
Ministry Executive and Program Support
24,252,929       —Headquarters Operations..^  ■   26,123,678
21^601,000       —Building Occupancy    27,056,000 l|
506 45,853,929      ri^c'rc,?      , M
3 010 76 636 679 Direct Community Services  oi,SJi,oyj      J,UB|
Services for Families and Children (net of recoveries)
52,788,414       —Child Care Services  - 69,268,130
17,262,204       —Family Support Services    20,665,515
Rehabilitation Sen/ices (net of recoveries)
36,946,795       —Opportunities to Independence  34,095,577
18,475,941        —Community Residential Care Services  24,841,740
9'o64,396       —Community Contracted Services     9,497,219
60,615,917       —Special Programs for the Retarded  61,428,729       .
1,509 125,103,049     129,863,265      1,5]
GAIN Programs
395 107,830       —Income Assistance and Handicapped Benefits 493,253,878
20,500,000       —Renters' Tax Credit  20,200,000
7,947,243       —Health Care     8,622,281
423,555,073      522,076,159
65,000,000 Pharmacare Programs  74,210,950
Services to Seniors
25,500,000       —Seniors Supplement   19,600,000
9,000,000       —Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters     9,000,000
2,220,000       —Bus Pass Program     5,540,000
605,472       —Seniors Day Centres         720,512
312,735       —Seniors Counselling Service         337,470
37,638,207     :    35,197,982
5,025 843,837,555 Total Vote        985,997,572     5,09
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for administering and operating Ministry income security programs and social services including salaries ar
expenses of Ministry staff.
(a) Ministry Executive and Program Support—This sub-vote provides for overall direction and development of Minist
programs and services, as well as administrative support and management services to Ministry operations. It also provict
for payments to BCBC for rental and maintenance of buildings and offices occupied by the Ministry and for payments
BCSC for data processing and management consulting services.
(b) Direct Community Services—This sub-vote provides for the salaries and expenses of Ministry staff located in regional ar
district offices or assigned to community based services and programs.
(c) Family and Children's Services—This sub-vote provides for a spectrum of services and residential resources for childrt t
under the care of the Superintendent of Family and Child Services, and also for programs and services offering support |
children and families within the context of their own homes and communities.
(d) Rehabilitation Services—This sub-vote provides for residential care and social services for the physically and mentalj|
handicapped, day-care services, grants and purchase-of-service funding to non-profit societies to provide communih
based services, and opportunities for persons receiving GAIN benefits to receive training and rehabilitative servie*
(e) GAIN Programs—This sub-vote provides for income assistance and special allowances to persons in need; a minimin
guaranteed income for handicapped persons, health care needs of recipients of GAIN benefits and children-in-cai:
burial fees for indigent persons; and, the Renter's Tax Credit to persons with limited or no taxable income and who pay re
for his or her principal residence.
(f) Pharmacare Programs—This sub-vote provides assistance with the major costs of designated prescription drugs, ostor
supplies and prosthetic appliances either by full subsidization for persons with limited incomes or by partial subsidiffl
for others.
(g) Services to Seniors—This sub-vote provides for an additional monthly benefit to seniors in receipt of the Fede'
Guaranteed Income Supplement or Spouse's Allowance; Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters; a subsidized bus pass to ser|c j
and handicapped persons who qualify for GAIN benefits or the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement; funding I
seniors' day centres; and, counselling services for senior citizens.
 lf~
HUMAN RESOURCES
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTRY EXECUTIVE AND PROGRAM SUPPORT
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
151
-NOTES—
alaries	
upplies and Services..
Capital	
pther Expenditures	
TOTAL	
13,091,738
32,618,791
43,400
100,000
45,853,929
DIRECT COMMUNITY SERVICES
fines	
TODlies and Services..
fijital	
fifer Expenditures	
TOTAL	
71,240,971
5,392,198
3,190
 320
76,636,679
SERVICES FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
alaries  —
ipplies and Services  51,402,383
Btal  76,309
rants  20,571,926
Bveries  2,000,000
TOTAL  70,050,618
REHABILITATION SERVICES
wies	
jipplies and Services..
ffital	
ifflSts	
«r Expenditures	
icoveries	
TOTAL	
40,072,246
40,217,969
609,560
44,767,002
36,272
600,000
125,103,049
GAIN PROGRAMS
ffies	
pplies and Services..
ipital .,.„	
Ws	
TOTAL I
33,053
21,200
423,500,820
423,555,073
PHARMACARE
65,000,000
13,516,351
39,369,167
194,160
100,000
53,179,678
74,216,945
7,313,020
5,859
 69
81,535,893
68,441,031
104,491
23,708,123
2,320,000
89,933,645
41,041,751
47,233,945
615,204
40,942,114
30,251
129,863,265
36,850
10,650
522,028,659
522,076,159
74,210,950
'ants..
SERVICES TO SENIORS
  37,638,207
35,197,982
1	
  r
INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 153
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Summary
■Estimated 1981/82          Vote Estimates 1982/83
Staff                    $                No.           $ Staff
■ 7                204,312    51    Minister's Office  249,538             7
■ 43           77,243,333    52    Ministry Operations  45,343,633         158
70,000,000    53    British Columbia Railway—Debt Servicing  70,000,000
400,000                  Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —                 —
&50         147,047,645                           Total Operating Expenses  115,593,171          165
Financing Transactions   5,689,750
_l_
 154
ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 51
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
Estimates 1982/83
% Jtajj
249,538
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Industry and Small Business Development, including his salary and expenil
and those of his immediate staff.
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
155
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
paries	
ipplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
150,812
53,500
168,013
81,525
204,312
249,538
-NOTES-
 156 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 52
MINISTRY OPERATIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Esti
nated 1981/82
Staff
$
23
2,193,963
22
2,655,509
35
4,946,002
32
2,106,514
31
5,403,039
29,895,806
7,112,500
22,930,000
143
77,243,333
Estimates 1982/83
S Stall
General Administration  2,343,548
Central Statistics  *  2,488,886
Trade and Industry   5,148,598
Economic Analysis and Research   2,077,476
Program Implementation and Coordination  2,431,475
Federal-Provincial Shared Cost Programs   15,480,650
Grants  3,373,000
North East Coal Development  12,000,000
Total Vote  45,343,633
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for executive direction, administrative services and the operating programs of the Ministry.
(a) General Administration—Includes the Deputy Minister's Office and provides executive direction as well as financia
personnel, administrative and library services, to the divisions and bureaus of the Ministry.
(b) Central Statistics—Provides statistical information and analytical support for the Ministry, other agencies of the Provinc
and in certain cases for the business community. Also provides and coordinates data processing services for the Ministr
(c) Trade and Industry—Stimulates new business investment, private sector capital formation, exports of British Columbl
goods and services, and assists the Province's independent business community.
(d) Economic Analysis and Research—Provides the Ministry, Minister and Cabinet with policy and program proposal|
industry and sector forecasts, economic and policy analysis of major resource projects, and analysis of long-term trent
in world trade.
(e) Program Implementation and Coordination—Designs, negotiates, manages, monitors and evaluates Federal-Provinci
and joint government-industry economic development programs, and evaluates British Columbia related application!
the Foreign Investment Review Agency.
(f) Federal-Provincial Shared Cost Programs—Provide funding for economic development activities jointly funded by tl
Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada.
(g) Grants—Programs provide financial assistance to specific industry sectors by funding Crown corporations, non-pro)
organizations, and industry associations which encourage economic activity in the Province.
(h) North East Coal Development—Provides funds to British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority towards the developme!
of the North East Coal infrastructure.
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
157
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
                 660,277
714,451
upplies and Services .
apital	
1,528,686
                     5,000
1,624,097
5,000
TOTAL	
            2,193,963
2,343,548
CENTRAL STATISTICS
Kries	
Bplies and Services...
             1,451,751
             1,203,758
1,203,603
1,285,283
TOTAL	
            2,655,509
TRADE AND INDUSTRY
2,488,886
Bies	
ipplies and Services
Bits	
wer Expenditures	
              1,788,311
              1,446,891
                850,300
 ,                860,500
1,651,376
1,639,292
843,930
1,014,000
TOTAL	
ECC
            4,946,002
5,148,598
)NOMIC ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH
laries	
pplies and Services...
             1,354,964
                751,550
1,270,136
807,340
TOTAL	
            2,106,514
2,077,476
PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND COORDINATION
laries	
■Dplies and Services...
            1,810,629
                   431,410
1,701,185
590,290
'ants	
            3,161,000
140,000
TOTAL	
FEDERAL
            5,403,039
2,431,475
PROVINCIAL SHARED COST PROGRAMS
1 wies and Services...
               1,085,000
730,000
<mts	
tier Expenditures
           10,935,806
           17,875,000
6,444,000
8,306,650
TOTAL	
          29,895,806
GRANTS
15,480,650
Hints	
7 112 500
3,373,000
NORTH EAST COAL DEVELOPMENT
^Expenditures  22,930,000 12,000,000
-NOTES-
 158 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 53
BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY—DEBT SERVICING
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ _S§|
70,000,000 Total Vote  70,000,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides funds to the British Columbia Railway Company to be applied to debt servicing charges of the Compai
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
159
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY—DEBT SERVICING
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
SBtS..
70,000,000
70,000,000
—NOTES—
-—i
 160 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 54
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Estimated 1981 /82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff                    $ I Jt||
Federal-Provincial Shared Cost Programs  5,689,750
Total Vote  5,689,750
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides recoverable funding for economic development activities jointly funded by the Province of British Columl
and the Government of Canada.
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
161
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
FINANCING TRANSACTIONS
Estimated
1981/82
Bestments, Loans and Advances.
Estimates
1982/83
5,689,750
-NOTES—
  n
1   Esti
Staff
mated 1981/82
$
Vote
No.
4
F39
123,656
2,568,662
75,000
55
56
43
2,617,318
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 163
MINISTRY OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Summary
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
Minister's Office  138,000 4
Intergovernmental Relations   2,775,693 42
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
Total Operating Expenses  2,913,693 46
 164 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 55
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82                                                                                                                                                            Estimates 1982/83fi
Staff $  $     W Sts
123,656 Total Vote :...; .:..... - 138,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Intergovernmental Relations, including his salary and expenses and those of
immediate staff.
 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
165
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
ilaries	
jpplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
87,656
36,000
106,000
32,000
123,656
138,000
—NOTES—
 1
166 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 56
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83  I
Staff $ $ Staff-i
39 2,568,662 Total Vote  2,775,693
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Administration—This program provides for the cost of administrative support and other services of the Ministry and for thi
facilitation of the Cabinet's committee system. It provides for the coordination and development of policies, strategies and activitie
regarding the Province's relations with other governments. It also provides for the coordination and development of British Columbia
policies on proposals to reform federalism.
British Columbia House—Included are estimates for the operation of the Office of the Agent General, including his salary ani
expenses and those of staff members as well as for the operation and maintenance of British Columbia House in London and thi
provision of services to tenants.
 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
167
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Salaries	
Supplies and Services..
Hants	
■tier Expenditures	
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
1,056,412
1,204,750
250,000
57,500
1,406,243
1,219,950
105,000
44,500
2,568,662
2,775,697
—NOTES—
  LABOUR
MINISTRY OF LABOUR
169
Summary
■ Estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ No. $ Staff
■ 6                 147,796 57   Minister's Office  152,517             5
K12           63,877,879 58    Ministry Operations  30,960,720         633
12,473,010 59    Boards and Agencies  3,356,378
1,375,000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth 	
618 65,123,685 Total Operating Expenses .... 34,469,615 638
NOTE
j    For information purposes, the Ministry of Labour has proposed expenditures within the Employment Development Account in the amount of
34,518,741. Details of the Employment Development Account, which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates, are shown in Schedule B.
 170 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 57
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
$ St£i|
147,796 Total Vote  152,517
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Labour, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate sfjj
 LABOUR
171
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
— NOTES-
alaries ,...„	
Rrplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
$
116,796
31,000
108,052
44,465
147,796
152,517
 172 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 58
MINISTRY OPERATIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Esti
mated 1981/82
Staff
$
65
3,433,008
60
2,084,783
219
7,411,531
140
43,373,627
103
3,054,252
25
1,184,429
2,450,779
885,470
612
63,877,879
Estimates 1982/83
Ministry Management  :(...  4,346,025
Industrial Relations, Occupational Environment and Compensation Advisory
Services  2,221,726
Safety Engineering Services  7,747,664
Manpower  7,292,019
Employment Standards Branch  3,387,361
Human Rights Programs   1,595,681
Building Occupancy Charges (net of recoveries)   3,037,416
Computer and Consulting Charges  1,102,828
Office of Women's Opportunities  230,000
Total Vote  30,960,720
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the administration of the following existing statutes: Apprenticeship Act, Boiler and Pressure Vessel At
Electrical Energy Inspection Act, Employment Standards Act, Essential Services Disputes Act, Factory Act, Gas Act, Human Righ
Code, Labour Code of British Columbia, Ministry of Labour Act, Wage (Public Construction) Act and Refugee Settlement Act. Provisk
is also made for the administration of the following statutes still to be proclaimed: Electrical Safety Act, Gas Safety Act, and PdMj
Engineers and Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act.
(a) Ministry Management—These programs include the operations of the office of the Deputy Minister of Labour and tl
Management Services for the Ministry.
(b) Industrial Relations, Occupational Environment and Compensation Advisory Services—These programs provide fj
administrative services and operations in the area of labour relations, including mediation, occupational environmer
compensation, and labour education; advice, assistance and information to workers and/or employers representativ
regarding Workers' Compensation Board claims, benefits, appeal procedures, administrative practice, regulation
policy directives and compensation law.
(c) Safety Engineering Services—This program provides for the promotion of the safe living and working environment for tj
citizens of British Columbia in the areas of boiler and pressure vessels, electricity, gas and elevating devices by meana
standards, education, and inspection.
(d) Manpower—These programs provide for the planning and management of apprenticeship, and industrial trainii
programs; Provincial programs pertaining to immigration matters, manpower consultative services and trade school
(e) Employment Standards Branch—This program provides for the administration of the Employment Standards Act and tj
Labour Code of British Columbia through the enforcement of standards, education and regulation.
(f) Human Rights Programs—These programs provide for the administration of the Human Rights Code of British Co/um(r
(including the Human Rights Commission, the Human Rights Branch and individually appointed Boards of Inquiry) I
means of investigations and settlements of alleged discrimination and through promotion of the principles of the Cod
(g) Building Occupancy Charges—This program provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation fl
rental and maintenance of.buildings and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
(h) Computer and Consulting Charges—This program provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporationf
data processing and management consulting services.
(i) Office of Women's Opportunities—This program, under the direction of the Deputy Minister—Women's OpportunH
promotes the full participation of .women in the labour force including opportunities in the public sector.
 LABOUR
173
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTRY MANAGEMENT
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
-NOTES—
laries ..........
pplies and Services..
her Expenditures	
TOTAL	
2,064,225
1,368,783
3,433,008
2,282,835
2,062,890
300
4,346,025
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND
COMPENSATION ADVISORY SERVICES
ffiies .,„	
pplies and Services
pital	
ants	
TOTAL
Hies	
rolies and Services
Hal	
TOTAL
laries	
ifalies and Services
IS	
1,797,114
271,669
1,000
15,000
2,084,783
ERVICES
6,264,879
1,107,352
39,300
7,411,531
1,851,226
347,450
SAFETY ENGINEERING S
8,050
15,000
2,221,726
6,359,397
1,333,267
MANPOWER
55,000
7,747,664
5,424,171
1,277,025
22,660,638
14,011,793
43,373,627
5,230,044
1,527,815
534,160
TOTAL	
EMPLOYMENT STANDARD
ifies	
B'PTies and Services	
7,292,019
S BRANCH
2,490,656
563,596
3,054,252
2,819,361
568,000
TOTAL	
HUMAN RIGHTS PRO
3,387,361
>iries	
GRAMS
614,598
562,831
7,000
1,184,429
998,541
> plies and Services
-Ms..	
537,140
60,000
1,595,681
f    TOTAL
pplies and Services
S'ffiries	
TOTAL
3UILDING OCCUPANCY
CHARGES
2,515,779
65,000
2,450,779
3,115,416
78,000
3,037,416
(Continued Overleaf)
—-
  LABOUR
175
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
—NOTES—
1,102,828
OFFICE OF WOMEN'S OPPORTUNITIES
Sliries :.	
120,000
110,000
TOTAL	
230,000
 176
Vote 59
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
2,015,500
253,000
102,000
10
102,500
2,473,010
ESTIMATES, 82/83
BOARDS AND AGENCIES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Labour Relations Board	
Essential Services Advisory Agency ..
Provincial Apprenticeship Board 	
Boards of Review (net of recoveries)
Employment Standards Board	
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
2,863,927
236,786
123,000
10
132,655
3,356,378
Stafs
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the administration of the Labour Relations Board, the Essential Services Advisory Agency, the Employma
Standards Board and the Provincial Apprenticeship Board. The Boards of Review, an appellate agency structured under the Worke
Compensation Act is also included in this vote. Funds expended by the Boards of Review are recovered from the accident furj
established pursuant to the Workers Compensation Act.
il
 LABOUR
177
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
—NOTES—
LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD
Estimated
1981/82
$
jlaries .;.:.             1,497,000
Estimates
1982/83
$
2,078,927
717,000
fljer Expenditures ■•■                 50,000
68,000
TOTAL            2,015,500
2,863,927
ESSENTIAL SERVICES ADVISORY AGENCY
ilaries                  86,000
(milies and Services               167,000
93,986
140,800
2,000
TOTAL                253,000
236,786
PROVINCIAL APPRENTICESHIP BOARD
ffilies and Services  102,000
BOARDS OF REVIEW
Hies	
pplies and Services..
ffir Expenditures	
gveries	
TOTAL.
iplies and Services..
ler Expenditures	
TOTAL	
123,000
/IEW
946,036
1,090,876
168,255
193,470
5,000
4,200
1,119,281
1,288,536
10
10
RDS BOARD
100,500
132,655
2,000
102,500
132,655
  LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING 179
MINISTRY OF LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
Summary
estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ No. $ Staff
■J6               156,974 60   Minister's Office  187,000 7
,036           74,557,185 61    Ministry Operations  78,448,990 1,050
I   19                        10 62   Ministry Enterprises   10 19
2,200,000                  Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
061 72,514,169 Total Operating Expenses  78,636,000     1,076
 180
Vote 60
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83 j
$ Staf
156,974 Total Vote
187,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Lands, Parks and Housing, including his salary and expenses and those of h
immediate staff.
	
 LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
181
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
ialaries 1__^
Applies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
127,474
29,500
154,000
33,000
156,974
187,000
-NOTES-
 182 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 61
MINISTRY OPERATIONS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83j|
Staff                    $ $ Sta
81              7,335,585    Administration  8,241,954
557           40,769,367    Lands and Housing  43,617,383         5:
398           26,452,233    Parks and Outdoor Recreation  26,589,653         3'j
1,036 74,557,185 Total Vote  78,448,990     ~\M
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for central Ministry administration and support services and the development and management of Minisll
policy and programs in support of the Ministry's mandate for Lands, Parks and Outdoor Recreation and Housing, which includj
—the management and allocation of Crown land in the Province of British Columbia;
—the development and management of housing programs to serve British Columbians;
—the maintenance and improvement of a quality system of parks for the enjoyment, inspiration and recreational use of|
British Columbians and visitors and the coordination of policy and programs for outdoor recreation and outdct
recreation safety.
This vote consists of three sub-votes including Administration, Lands and Housing, and Parks and Outdoor Recreation,   j
(a) Administration—This sub-vote provides for the Ministry executive; public information; legal, financial and person!
services; rental and maintenance of buildings and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry; data processing a
computer system requirements; management of the Ministry vehicle fleet and acquisition of vehicles; and supporti"
management systems for planning, monitoring, and controlling the Ministry's financial, human and physical resouro
(b) Lands and Housing—This sub-vote provides for the management and allocation of Crown lands and the development?
management of housing programs to serve British Columbians. It includes field and headquarter operations to devell
and administer policy and programs in support of the Ministry's lands and housing responsibilities; grants and subsid
for the British Columbia Housing Management Commission and housing programs; and administration of the Mob
Home Registry and University Endowment Lands.
(c) Parks and Outdoor Recreation—This sub-vote provides for the maintenance and improvementof a quality system of pal
for the enjoyment, inspiration and recreational use of all British Columbians and visitors and the coordination of poll
and programs for outdoor recreation and outdoor recreation safety.
 LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
183
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION
—NOTES-
ilaries	
ipplies and Services..
apital	
jcoveries	
TOTAL	
laries	
pplies and Services..
ipital	
ants	
her Expenditures	
I ©veries	
TOTAL	
laries	
ISilies and Services..
\'Ma\	
IJBts	
I ffveries	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
2,036,475
5,117,160
394,950
213,000
1,964,015
6,062,749
597,190
382,000
LANDS AND HOUSING
TOTAL.
7,335,585
8,241,954
JSING
13,867,331
14,154,296
2,609,178
3,827,105
36,112
994,755
26,512,556
28,384,423
250
7,000
2,256,060
3,750,196
40,769,367
43,617,383
RECREATION
16,921,434
17,375,769
7,232,974
7,750,797
2,188,525
1,316,087
109,300
149,000
2,000
26,452,233
26,589,653
'
 ;—i
184 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 62
MINISTRY ENTERPRISES
Estimated 1981/82                                                                                                                                                            Estimates 1982/83MJ
Staff $  $ Sta
19 10 Total Vote (net of recoveries)  10
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for maintenance and operation of Manning Park Lodge, Gibsons Pass and Cypress Alpine Ski Areas, and t
University Endowment Lands Golf Course. Funds expended by the Government are recovered from operational revenues.
 I
 LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT LANDS GOLF COURSE
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
185
-NOTES—
Baries	
upplies and Services..
Capital	
Koveries	
TOTAL	
PARK ENTERPRISES
alaries	
jpplies and Services..
Ratal	
ecoveries	
TOTAL	
197,183
218,659
196,650
212,467
39,000
30,800
432,828
461,92/
5
5
SES
1,473,244
1,595,246
1,103,730
957,956
139,000
182,930
2,715,969
2,736,127
5
5
  ■Estimated 1981/82
Vote
Staff                    $
No.
1 8                 186,675
63
[22            10,900,539
64
252,150,000
65
92,675,151
66
220,000
|l30         355,692,365
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 187
MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Summary
Estimates 1982/83
        $ Staff
Minister's Office  205,621             8
Operations and Administration  10,382,288         122
Revenue Sharing Fund   235,000,000
Transit Services  100,633,308
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth   —
Total Operating Expenses        346,221,217 130
IL
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 63
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83II
$ Stei
186,675
Total Vote .
205,621
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, including his salary and expenses and those of his imme^l
staff.
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
189
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
—NOTES-
aries	
Kilies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
157,675
29,000
172,621
33,000
186,675
205,621
 19o ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 64
OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $
$ $
75 3,283,659 Planning, Policy and Central Services  3,744,343
47 1 [386,880 Municipal Finance and Administrative Services  1,437,945
Grants, Contributions and Subsidies
1,800,000       —Local Services to Provincial Property     2,100,000
2,280,000       —General Grants     2,850,000
2,150,000       —Neighborhood Improvement Program        250,000
6,230,000     5,200,000
122 10,900,539 Total Vote  10,382,288
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for executive direction and management of the Ministry, as well as delivery of operational and statutory a
programs.
(a) Planning, Policy and Central Services—Provides for overall executive direction, as well as support services to Icil
authorities and operational programs of the Ministry. Included in these functions are the Deputy Minister's Off
planning; policy research and development; legislative review; budget coordination; internal accounting and reportil
personnel; payroll; office accommodation and data processing services; administration of the Downtown Revitalizatn
Program, the Home Owner Grant Act, the Islands Trust Act and Provincial regulations governing building constructil
and, engineering analysis of local government water and sewerage construction projects.
(b) Municipal Finance and Administrative Services—Provides for executive direction in the review and monitoring of Iql
government administrative and financial practices and procedures, as well as advisory and administrative service:
municipal officers. Included in these functions are the Inspector of Municipalities Office; information and educam
services; investigations into local government issues; municipal financial and administrative services; and, the compl
tion, recording and assessment of municipal and regional statistical and related information.
(c) Grants, Contributions and Subsidies—Provides for grants, contributions and subsidies to assist local governments ine
financing of various projects and services. Included in this function is provision of grants in aid of local serviceo
Provincial property and grants and subsidies provided under the Municipal Aid Act and the Neighbourhood Improvenil
Program. The community service grants program, for which funds were recovered from the Federal Government, cejf
in 1981/82 fiscal year.
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
191
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
PLANNING, POLICY AND CENTRAL SERVICES
Estimated
1981/82
$
ffles ... 2,061,872
plies and Services  1,216,787
ler Expenditures  5,000
—NOTES-
Estimates
1982/83
TOTAL.
3,283,659
2,263,693
1,465,650
15,000
3,744,343
Es	
plies and Services..
TOTAL	
MUNICIPAL FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
1,144,730
242,150
1,386,880
Ms.
GRANTS, CONTRIBUTIONS AND SUBSIDIES
6,230,000
1,189,345
248,600
1,437,945
5,200,000
1	
 192 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 65 ^^m
REVENUE SHARING FUND
  Estimates 1982/83H
Estimated 1981/82 .                    JJJ
Staff                    $  St-!l
252,150,000 Total Vote ZZ^~~ZZ~~ZZZZ 235,000,000
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the transfer of funds to the Revenue Sharing Fund in accordance with the provisions of the Revenue Shift
Act. Expenditures are made from the Revenue Sharing Fund in respect to various grants and subsidies to municipalities and regffij
districts.
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
193
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
REVENUE SHARING FUND
Estimated
1981/82
-NOTES-
her Expenditures
252,150,000
Estimates
1982/83
235,000,000
 194 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 66
TRANSIT SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ S _Stfj
81,336,500    Urban Transit Authority    91,133,308
1,085,651    Custom Bus Services '':.'...  1,000,000
10,253,000    Provincial Transit Subsidies  8,500,000
92,675,151 Total Vote         100,633,308
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides funding for the Urban Transit Authority, including custom bus services, in accordance with the Urban Trans]
Authority Act. The vote also provides for the funding of the Ministry's commitment and subsidies under the Transit Services Act.
(a) Urban Transit Authority—provides to residents of large and small communities throughout the Province, a reasonabli
and cost effective level of urban public passenger transportation services.
(b) Custom Bus Services—provides urban transportation services to the disabled in various communities throughout 8
Province.
(c) Provincial Transit Subsidies—in accordance with the Transit Services Act, provides assistance to Provincial inter-urffl
bus services.
 IT
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
195
U>a-
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
URBAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
—NOTES—
31,336,500 91,133,308
ranis
CUSTOM BUS SERVICES
1,085,651 1,000,000
PROVINCIAL TRANSIT SUBSIDIES
10,253,000 8,500,000
  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
197
MINISTRY OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Summary
Estimated 1981/82
Itaff
Vote
No.
Estimates 1982/83
$
Staff
191,744
6
64,504,470
401
20,871,803
321
5,051,067
114
140,065,034
114
14,367,240
79
245,051,358
1,035
|7
388
320
111
111
70
|007
195,103 67   Minister's Office	
57,584,225 68    Provincial Secretary and Government Services Programs	
31,035,128 69   Culture, Heritage and Recreation Programs	
4,760,781 70   Public Service Commission	
125,113,318 71    Superannuation Commission	
12,272,590 72    Government Employee Relations Bureau	
1,775,000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth .
229,186,145 Total Operating Expenses	
 198
Vote 67
Estimated 1981/82
Staff                    $
195,103
Total Vote
ESTIMATES,  82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83 ■
$ Stall
191,744
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Provincial Secretary and Minister of Government Services, including his salary an:
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
199
Salaries	
Applies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
154,103
41,000
146,744
45,000
195,103
191,744
—NOTES-
 200 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 68
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
77
12,917,332
3
869,848
6
295,352
225
19,468,208
11
1,336,971
31
47,010
35
975,504
2,500,000
12,974,000
6,200,000
388
57,584,225
Estimates 1982/83
$                    St|
14,477,981
862,226
332,993
21,694,328
1,394,617
10
5,959,315
22
1
12,245,000
7,538,000
64,504,470
4C
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Administration and Legislative Services...-	
Protocol -V- •	
Government House ~. •	
Government Services (net of recoveries)	
Government Information Services (net of recoveries)..
British Columbia Lotteries (net of recoveries)	
Provincial Elections	
Expo'86	
Unemployment Insurance	
Workers' Compensation	
Total Vote	
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the administration of the Provincial Secretary and Government Services Act and the provision of cenffi
services to government ministries, the Executive Council and the Legislature.
(a) Administration and Legislative Services—Provides for executive and administrative functions including order in count
administration, official functions of the Provincial Secretary, financial services, planning and analysis, persona
management, information services, the administration of the First Citizens' Fund, grants to non-profit associations, da
processing and building occupancy costs and a contingency for miscellaneous expenditures.
(b) Protocol—Provides for the expenses of Cabinet and its members, Cabinet committees, government-sponsored me
functions, official ceremonies, and for the costs associated with visiting dignitaries.
(c) Government House—Provides for the operation of Government House, including official functions held there, and fc
the Office of the Lieutenant-Governor.
(d) Government Services—Provides legislative library services; space and facilities in Vancouver for public and governmel|
presentations; printing services and stationery supplies for all ministries and related organizations; government post
services; microfilming services for all ministries; insurance services for all ministries; management of a governmei
records centre; restoration and construction services to the Legislative Buildings, as well as maintenance service to th
Legislative Buildings and Government House.
(e) Government Information Services—Provides for the coordination, planning and implementation of government con.
munication policy and programs, and for the operation of an audio-visual production centre for use by all ministrie
(f) British Columbia Lotteries—Provides for the administration of the lotteries of the Western Canada Lottery Foundation, atj|
the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation in British Columbia. Funds are also provided for licensing bingos and other forn
of social gambling in the Province, and for the administration of grants funded from the Lottery Fund.
(g) Provincial Elections—Provides for the administration of Provincial elections, by-elections and plebiscites, and for tl
registration of voters in preparation of Provincial lists of voters.
(h) Unemployment Insurance—Provides for the Provincial Government's contribution, as an employer, toward unemploj
ment insurance premiums,
(i) Workers' Compensation—Provides for the Provincial Government's contribution, as an employer, toward the assessmei
levied by the Workers Compensation Board.
	
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AN
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATIVE SERVICES
Estimated
1981/82
$
llaries             1,785,922
ipplies and Services ....                      9,088,400
O GOVERNMEN
Estimates
1982/83
$
1,950,181
10,659,000
1,868,800
T SERVICES                                                   201
—NOTES—
rants            2.043,000
Hier Expenditures                        10
TOTAL           12,917,332
14,477,981
PROTOCOL
ftries ...                                 63,848
74,226
8,000
1,000
779,000
862,226
ipplies and Services                   6,000
Snts                                         1,000
| %er Expenditures                799,000
TOTAL .'. ,.„..„.            869,848
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
tries                128,852
142,993
90,000
100,000
332,993
TOTAL                295,352
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
laries            7,890,824
9,333,596
44,409,000
655,000
300,000
33,003,268
21,694,328
lipital                607,000
Iffer Expenditures               164,000
||§overies           25,445,842
TOTAL          19,468,208
GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICES
[jaries               433,971
pplies and Services               645,000
441,617
1,092,000
55,000
194,000
1,394,617
Hiatal                                                208,000
1 jfer Expenditures                100,000
coveries                          50,000
TOTAL             1,336,971
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOTTERIES
Iffiies                                                 670 467
787,838
896,000
1,683,828
10
: pplies and Services                        918,400
Iffer Expenditures                                 2,000
( coveries                                         ; 543 857
TOTAL                  47,010
(Contir
ued Overleaf)
  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
203
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS
filries	
.ipplies and Services..
apital	
flier Expenditures	
TOTAL	
739,104
226,400
10,000
975,504
EXPO '86
Irants.
2,500,000
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
Ither Expenditures  12,974,000
ther Expenditures..
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  6,200,000
677,315
245,000
20,000
5,017,000
5,959,315
12,245,000
7,538,000
—NOTES—
 204
Vote 69
Estimated 1981/82
Staff
$
128
4,916,597
44
1,518,210
35
2,345,017
50
2,371,122
20
2,212,429
43
7,171,753
10,500,000
320
31,035,128
ESTIMATES, 82/83
CULTURE, HERITAGE AND RECREATION PROGRAMS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Provincial Museum	
Provincial Archives w...	
Heritage Conservation .:	
Recreation and Sport	
Cultural Services	
Library Services	
Recreation Facilities Assistance Program..
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
$
Staf
4,949,629
12
1,636,292
4
2,371,408
3
2,557,129
5
1,545,671
1
7,811,674
4
20,871,803
32
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the delivery of government programs under the Museum Act, Library Act, and Heritage Conservation Act,;
well as for implementation of policies and programs in the areas of culture, multiculture, the arts, and amatuer sports and recreatioi
(a) Provincial Museum—Pursuant to the Museum Act, the Provincial Museum provides for increasing the knowledge i
British Columbia's human and natural history, through acquiring and caring for collections, and communicating to peop
the knowledge gained.
(b) Provincial Archives—Provides for the acquisition and preservation of historical government and private document
printed materials, and other records such as photographs, paintings, prints, and audio/visual recordings, considered to t
of permanent historical significance to the Province of British Columbia.
(c) Heritage Conservation—The heritage conservation program provides for meeting the requirements of the Her/'taj
Conservation Act, through the protection, preservation and management of the Province's heritage resources, include
archaeological sites, heritage buildings and the administration of the British Columbia Heritage Trust Fund.
(d) Recreation and Sport—The recreation and sport program provides for implementation of government policiesfij
services in the areas of amateur sport, recreation and physical fitness; advice and funding to amateur sport and recreatio
organizations; scholarships to individuals; operation of the British Columbia Summer and Winter Games; and administr;
tion of the Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund.
(e) Cultural Services—The cultural services program provides for implementation of government policies and services in tN
performingarts, museums, art galleries, and multiculture, providing funding and advice to arts and cultural organizatioi
and individuals; managing the British Columbia Art Collection; and administering the British Columbia Cultural Func
(f) Library Services—The library services program provides for administration of the Library Act, advice and funding toll-
Province's public library systems; direct library services to various areas of the Province; and the delivery of librai
services to special populations of the Province.
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
205
ilaries	
fi>lies and Services..
apital	
hints	
ther Expenditures	
TOTAL	
fines	
ffislies and Services.,
ipital	
TOTAL	
laries	
pplies and Services..
pital	
imts _	
TOTAL.
Hies  	
aplies and Services..
iSnts	
TOTAL.
:anes	
fflies and Services..
[JEs	
Safes	
S'pliesand Services..
tffial	
IR	
TOTAL.
TOTAL.
PROVINCIAL MUSEUM
Estimated
1981/82
3,389,172
1,285,725
62,700
85,000
94,000
4,916,597
PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES
1,023,710
409,200
85,300
1,518,210
HERITAGE CONSERVATION
2,345,017
RECREATION AND SPORT
1,241,322
703,800
426,000
2,371,122
CULTURAL SERVICES
421,129
291,000
1,500,300
2,212,429
LIBRARY SERVICES
958,153
680,800
2,800
5,530,000
7,171,753
Estimates
1982/83
3,456,629
1,338,000
58,000
94,000
3,000
4,949,629
1,100,292
487,000
49,000
1,636,292
1,281,439
1,363,408
719,142
802,000
314,436
204,000
30,000
2,000
2,371,408
1,275,129
826,000
456,000
2,557,129
445,671
433,000
667,000
1,545,671
887,674
724,000
6,000
6,194,000
7,811,674
RECREATIONAL FACILITIES ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
£&?  10,500,000
—NOTES—
 206 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 70
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
$ Stag
Public Service Commission—Executive and Administration    ' 926,941 2|
Public Service Commission—Recruitment and Selection ,  2,569,293 6
Public Service Commission—Staff Development and Safety  1,394,833 2
Salary and Benefits—Sundry Employees  160,000
Total Vote -.  5,051,067 TH
Staff
$
26
63
22
1,140,547
1,966,294
1,353,940
300,000
111
4,760,781
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for planning and administration of policies and procedures related to personnel recruitment, selection an
related appeals, as well as staff development and safety programs.
(a) Executive and Administration—Provides policy, administrative direction and support services to the Public Servic
Commission, as well as administration of the appointment appeal process.
(b) Recruitment and Selection—Provides personnel recruitment assistance to ministries in relation to advertising, interview
ing and selecting government personnel.
(c) Staff Development and Safety—Provides staff training and occupational safety programs for British Columbia Govern
ment employees.
(d) Salary and Benefits of Sundry Employees—Provides for the costs of employing former employees of the Department
Public Works not hired by the British Columbia Buildings Corporation.
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
207
ialaries	
upplies and Services..
TOTAL	
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION—EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATION
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
553,547
587,000
594,941
332,000
1,140,547
926,941
-NOTES-
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION-
alaries	
roplies and Services	
TOTAL	
-RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
1,465,494
500,800
1,966,294
1,622,293
947,000
2,569,293
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION—STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND SAFETY
alaries  524,440
Rlies and Services  815,300
KJtal      14,200
TOTAL	
617,233
714,200
63,400
llaries	
ipplies and Services,
ther Expenditures	
TOTAL	
  1,353,940
SALARY AND BENEFITS SUNDRY EMPLOYEES
  300,000
1,394,833
150,000
2,000
8,000
300,000
160,000
 208
Vote 71
ESTIMATES, 82/83
SUPERANNUATION COMMISSION
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83 I
Staff
Stat
100
4,170,984
11
251,334
44,870,000
10,375,000
100,000
25,000,000
260,000
12,220,000
2,950,000
6,525,000
8,966,000
810,000
2,160,000
6,350,000
105,000
111
125,113,318
Superannuation Branch Administration  4,545,099         11
Employee Benefits Administration ■  286,935
Government Contributions—Provincial Pension Plan (net of recoveries)  50,445,000
Government Contributions—Canada Pension Plan (net of recoveries)  12,245,000
Death Benefits  110,000
Miscellaneous Statutory Items - •■ 28,200,000
Government Contributions—Legislative Assembly Allowances and Pension
Act  312,000
Public Service Extended Health and Dental Plan (net of recoveries)  13,700,000
Public Service Group Insurance (net of recoveries)  3,280,000
Medical Services Plan (net of recoveries)  7,350,000
Long Term Disability Plan (net of recoveries) ;;—, 10,736,000
Grants re Public Service Gratuities  970,000
Retiring Allowances  2,250,000
Preretirement Leave  5,500,000
Group Aviation Accident Insurance      135,000
Total Vote  140,065,034         1
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides policy, administrative, and support services to Government pension and benefit plans.
(a) Superannuation Branch Administration—Provides policy, administrative, and support services for the operation of ni
pension plans authorized by the following statutes or regulations:
Pension (Public Service) Act;
Pension (Municipal) Act;
Pension (Teachers) Act;
Pension (College) Act;
Legislative Assembly Allowances and Pension Act;
British Columbia Railway Company Pension Fund Rules and Regulations;
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Pension Fund Regulations;
British Columbia Power Commission Superannuation Fund Regulations;
Workers' Compensation Board Superannuation Fund Plan.
(b) Employee Benefits Administration—Provides policy, administrative and support services for the administrationf
employee fringe benefits as authorized by the Public Service Benefit Plan Act and other statutes.
(c) Government Contributions (Provincial Pension Plan)—Provides for employer costs of matching employee contributiis
to the Public Service Superannuation Plan including related operations, whose payrolls are administered by the cen I
pay office of the Provincial Government.
(d) Government Contributions (Canada Pension Plan)—Provides for employer costs of matching employee contribution)
the Canada Pension Plan including related operations, whose payrolls are administered by the central pay officefiJJ
Provincial Government.
(e) Death Benefits—Provides for payment of death benefits to nominated beneficiaries of participating Public Sen:
pensioners.
(f) Miscellaneous Statutory Items—Provides for employer costs of the amount in excess of employee and emplcr
contributions, accumulated with interest, required to provide capital costs of pensions granted under the Public Sen?
Superannuation Plan, and other minor statutory requirements, such as payment in recognition of war service,    j
(Continued Overkl
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
209
Maries	
iupplies and Services..
■pital	
TOTAL	
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
SUPERANNUATION BRANCH ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
2,118,984
2,052,000
4,170,984
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION
Dries	
upplies and Services..
TOTAL	
223,634
27,700
251,334
Estimates
1982/83
2,282,599
2,212,500
50,000
4,545,099
229,935
57,000
286,935
I   GOVERNMENT CONTRIBUTIONS—PROVINCIAL PENSION PLAN
ffier Expenditures  46,200,000
Hoveries  1,330,000
TOTAL  44,870,000
51,875,000
1,430,000
50,445,000
GOVERNMENT CONTRIBUTIONS—CANADA PENSION PLAN
ffier Expenditures  10,750,000
ffiveries  375,000
TOTAL  10,375,000
2,700,000
455,000
DEATH BENEFITS
ffi-Expenditures  100,000
MISCELLANEOUS STATUTORY ITEMS
I her Expenditures  25,000,000
12,245,000
110,000
28,200,000
'■JRNMENT CONTRIBUTIONS—LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY ALLOWANCES
AND PENSION ACT
■fit Expenditures..
260,000
312,000
PUBLIC SERVICE EXTENDED HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
(ier Expenditures
Ififfiries	
TOTAL.
14,500,000
2,280,000
12,220,000
der Expenditures
Coveries	
PUBLIC SERVICE GROUP INSURANCE
  5,074,000
  2,124,000
TOTAL.
2,950,000
16,800,000
3,100,000
13,700,000
6,125,000
2,845,000
3,280,000
(Continued Overleaf)
—NOTES—
 210 ESTIMATES, 82/83
(g) Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Plan—Provides for government contributions to the Members of9
Legislative Assembly Allowances and Pension Act — Part II.
(h) Public Service Extended Health and Dental Plan—Provides for employer costs of employee fringe benefits for I
Extended Health and Dental Plan.
(i) Public Service Group Insurance—Provides for employer costs of employee fringe benefits for the Group Life lnsuraw|
Plan,
(j) Medical Services Plan—Provides for payment by the employer of employee fringe benefits for the Medical Services PI
premiums,
(k) Long Term Disability Plan—Provides for employer costs of employee fringe benefits for contributions to the Long Ten
Disability Plan.
(I) Death-ln-Service Gratuities—Provides for employer costs of employee fringe benefits for service gratuities upon deatJI
service,
(m) Ret/ring A//owances—Provides for employer costs to employee fringe benefits for retirement allowances grantetj|
employees,
(n) Pre-Retirement Leave—Provides for employer costs of employee fringe benefits for pre-retirement leave,
(o) Group Air Travel Insurance—Provides for employer costs of employee fringe benefits for group aviation accidjl
insurance coverage.
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN
Other Expenditures.,
recoveries	
TOTAL	
Ilther Expenditures..
recoveries	
TOTAL	
6,765,000 7,750,000
240,000 400,000
6,525,000 7,350,000
LONG TERM DISABILITY PLAN
9,000,000 10,775,000
34,000 39,000
8,966,000 10,736,000
GRANTS RE PUBLIC SERVICE GRATUITIES
the? Expenditures  810,000 970,000
RETIRING ALLOWANCES
J5r Expenditures  2,160,000 2,250,000
PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE
her Expenditures  6,350,000 5,500,000
GROUP AVIATION ACCIDENT INSURANCE
her Expenditures  105,000 135,000
v—
211
-NOTES-
 212 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 72
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BUREAU
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83   1
Staff $ $ Stall
70 12,272,590 Total Vote  14,367,240
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for staff support to the Treasury Board by developing personnel management policies and practices, includir;
the negotiation and administration of collective agreements on behalf of the government; the establishment of rates of remuneratioj!
fringe benefit policies, practices and administration; the establishment and review of systems of job evaluation and classification inn
government services; and determines the classification of all positions within government organization structures. Also provided fori I
the employer's cost in respect of benefits for the licensed professional employees group, the management appointments and thoii
other employees not covered by a collective agreement; settlement payments in respect of grievances arbitration, rights dispute
severance, and other personnel related settlements agreed to by the bureau; and the employer's cost share in respect of boarcH
arbitration.
i
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
213
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BUREAU
Estimated
1981/82
Salaries	
upplies and Services.,
per Expenditures	
TOTAL	
1,927,926
844,664
9,360,000
12,272,590
Estimates
1982/83
2,312,240
1,063,000
10,992,000
14,367,240
—NOTES—
  TOURISM
MINISTRY OF TOURISM
215
Summary
("estimated 1981/82 Vote Estimates 1982/83
taff                    $ No. $ Staff
7                186,530 73    Minister's Office  204,003             7
I 64             7,438,416 74   Operations Services  5,269,233           63
37             7,379,310 75    Marketing Services  8,207,664           38
220,000                  Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth  —
108           14,784,256                           Total Operating Expenses  13,680,900 108
NOTE
for information purposes, the Ministry of Tourism has proposed expenditures within the Employment Development Account in the amount of
0,000. Details of the Employment Development Account, which are not to be voted with the Ministry Estimates, are shown in Schedule B.
 216
Vote 73
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
Stall
186,530
Total Vote..
204,003
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Tourism, including her salary and expenses and those of her immediate staf
 TOURISM
217
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
-NOTES-
alaries	
upplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
141,530
45,000
159,003
45,000
186,530
204,003
V -
 218 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 74
OPERATIONS SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff                    $ S                    Staff 1
Deputy Minister's Office  158,392
Operations Administration  85,926
Finance, Administration and Personnel Services  1,185,769
Policy, Development and Planning  615,382
Visitor Services  1,526,429
Educational Services „.........'  278,947
Beautiful British Columbia Magazine and Ministry Publications
(net of recoveries)  645,988
Regional Contributing Grants  772,400
3
107,006
2
77,692
7
1,126,412
4
670,452
26
1,479,944
1
212,789
21
2,991,721
772,400
64 7,438,416 Total Vote  5,269,233
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for executive, administrative and planning direction for the Ministry through the following sub-votes: Depuh
Minister's Office; Operations Administration; Finance, Administration and Personnel Services; and Policy, Development and Plannini
as well as the following operating programs.
(a) Visitor Services—Provides for visitor reception and information facilities located at entry points to the Province, tl
encourage the travelling public to extend their stay and return to the Province, improvement in accommodation standard
through the voluntary inspection of accommodation facilities, publishing the Tourist Accommodation Directory, ware
housing and distribution of Ministry brochures and literature, administration of Regional Contributing Grants an;
encouraging industry development through liaison with the private sector.
(b) Educational Services—Provides for training services to operators and employees in the travel industry through Ministrj
sponsored and implemented courses such as Hospitality Training Program, Travel Counselling Course, and Ski Industr
Awareness Program.
(c) Beautiful British Columbia Magazine and Ministry Publications—Provides for the printing, circulation and distribution d
the Beautiful British Columbia magazine, other Ministry publications and the administration of revenue generated frori
magazine sales.
(d) Regional Contributing Grants—Provides financial assistance to the regional tourist associations in the Province lij
facilitate the organization, coordination and promotion of regional and community attractions and events.
 TOURISM
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimated
1981/82
lalaries	
I jpplies and Services..
TOTAL	
84,306
22,700
107,006
OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATION
ilaries	
Holies and Services..
TOTAL	
61,542
16,150
77,692
Estimates
1982/83
119,193
39,199
158,392
73,126
12,800
85,926
FINANCE, ADMINISTRATION AND PERSONNEL SERVICES
laries	
pplies and Services..
TOTAL	
184,912
941,500
264,471
921,298
1,126,412
POLICY, DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING
Ries _,.	
pplies and Services	
TOTAL ,,..	
125,742
544,710
670,452
VISITOR SERVICES
gies „	
bplies and Services..
TOTAL	
1,006,578
473,366
1,479,944
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
jffljes	
gHies and Services..
TOTAL	
84,558
124,231
212,789
1,185,769
144,030
471,352
615,382
1,127,287
399,142
1,526,429
144,043
134,904
278,947
BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA MAGAZINE AND MINISTRY
PUBLICATIONS
Sides	
fimies and Services..
Swedes...	
TOTAL.
581,476
2,410,245
2,991,721
Cits..
REGIONAL CONTRIBUTING GRANTS
  772,400
597,009
2,304,751
2,255,772
645,988
772,400
219
—NOTES—
 220 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 75
MARKETING SERVICES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimate
d 1981/82
Staff
$
2
73,496
2
4,955,420
12
1,126,418
2
339,851
19
828,125
56,000
37
7,379,310
Estimates 1982/83
$ Si
Marketing Administration „;.i  87,259
Marketing and Advertising  5,734,144
Market Development  1,214,974
Film Promotion  277,521
Special Services  731,608
Information Services  162,158
Total Vote  8,207,664
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the marketing and promotion of the Province as a tourist destination.
(a) Marketing Administration—Provides for executive and administrative direction.
(b) Marketing and Advertising—Provides for the advertising and special promotional programs in the area of consura
marketing. These programs include special events and attractions, such as the Resident Awareness Campaign, Goc
Show, Royal Hudson Train, together with major advertising and promotional requirements.
(c) Market Development and Trade Sales—Provides for on-going travel promotions both in British Columbia and worj
markets. Programs include the promotion of conventions, winter ski development and other related functions, includiij
the operation of offices located outside of Canada.
(d) Film Promotion—Provides for marketing of British Columbia as a location for the production of TV commercials at
movies and full length feature movies.
(e) Special Services—Provides for the editorial content and format of the Beautiful British Columbia magazine and Ministl
publications and the production of all still and motion picture photography in the Ministry, including photograph
processing and printing laboratory services.
(f) Information Services—Provides for the coordination, production and dissemination of all Ministry news release
speeches, reports and newsletters.
I
 TOURISM
221
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MARKETING ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
-NOTES-
Jalaries	
upplies and Services..
TOTAL	
54,846
18,650
73,496
72,059
15,200
87,259
alaries	
I upplies and Services.
TOTAL	
MARKETING AND ADVERTISING
  73,483
  4,881,937
4,955,420
99,309
5,634,835
5,734,144
MARKET DEVELOPMENT
ilaries	
ipplies and Services..
apital	
Her Expenditures	
TOTAL	
Kies	
pplies and Services..
TOTAL	
rates	
ffilies and Services..
pital	
TOTAL	
wies	
lilies and Sen/ices..
TOTAL	
342,882
393,565
751,337
785,134
2,200
32,199
34,075
1,126,418
FILM PROMOTION
95,851
244,000
1,214,974
81,149
196,372
339,851
SPECIAL SERVICES
828,125
INFORMATION SERVICES
30,000
26,000
56,000
277,521
486,702
406,385
302,873
286,498
38,550
38,725
731,608
120,358
41,800
162,158
  TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS 223
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
Summary
■Estimated 1981/82 Vote
Staff $ No.
1 213,962 76   Minister's Office	
298 14,091,116 77   Administration and Services Department	
ffisi 502,106,695 78    Highway Operations Department	
60 10 79   Hydro Development—Highways	
48 7,121,970 80   Transportation Policy Department	
76,913,476 81    Crown Corporation Assistance	
796 28,542,561 82    Motor Vehicle Department	
56 2,011,425 83   Motor Carrier Commission and Branch	
12,400,000 Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth.
,917        618,601,215 Total Operating Expenses	
Estimates 1982/83
$
Staff
228,769
8
19,242,394
314
521,132,477
5,724
10
29
5,658,433
54
54,822,700
30,543,264
829
2,542,953
73
634,171,000
7,031
 224
Vote 76
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83 ■
$ Stal.
213,962 Total Vote..
228,769
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Transportation and Highways, including his salary and expenses and those off
immediate staff.
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
225
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
ffiries	
ipplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
174,962
39,000
187,269
41,500
213,962
228,769
—NOTES—
 226 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 77
ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83 j
Staff $ $ Sfi
244 10,098,889    General Administration  12,448,867 2
54 3,992,227    Air Services Branch (net of recoveries)  6,793,527
14,091,116 Total Vote  19,242,394
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the overall policy direction of the Ministry and for the provision of air services to meet the requirement!
the Provincial government.
(a) General Administration—This sub-vote provides for the overall policy direction of the Ministry, including the offices
the Deputy Minister and two Assistant Deputy Ministers, and for the administrative and support services to
operational, planning and research program, including the overall management of the Ministry's resources.
(b) Air Services Branch—This sub-vote provides for the air services requirements for the Provincial government including)
acquisition and maintenance of aircraft, air and ground crews and other related operational and administrative cc
together with the operation of a travel recording centre.
r—I
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
227
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
Estimates
1982/83
laries	
pplies and Services.,
ipital	
TOTAL	
6,032,271
4,049,618
17,000
10,098,889
AIR SERVICES BRANCH
laries	
pplies and Services..
pital	
coveries	
TOTAL.
1,550,369
2,550,858
311,000
420,000
3,992,227
6,882,110
5,534,457
32,300
12,448,867
1,711,563
3,621,464
2,223,000
762,500
6,793,527
— NOTES-
—
 228 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 78
HIGHWAY OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82
Staff
Estimated 1981/82
$                           $
211,328,159
175,220,618
9,543,000
26,564,541
145,883,753
44,782,306
290,778,536
54,124,644
21,787,833
20,200,000
4,000,000
502,106,695
Estimates 1982/83
Highway Maintenance (net of recoveries)
—Road Maintenance 192,459,436
—Bridge Maintenance  10,363,000
4,557 211,328,159      26,564,541        —Ferry Maintenance and Operations  33,632,000       236,454,436     4,5
Highway Construction and Improvements
—Road Construction and Improvement 127,000,932
—Bridges and Ferries—Construction and Improvements  65,281,061
—Paving Construction and Improvements  33,999,694
—Planning and Engineering Services  25,238,354
—Property Acquisition  29,700,000
1,094 290,778,536        4,000,000       —Municipal Grants     3,458,000       284,678,041      1,1.
5,651 502,106,695 Total Vote        521,132,477     5J
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the all-year maintenance and operation of the existing highway and ferry system, and for the developme
and expansion of the system to meet transportation needs of industry and the general public.
(a) Highway Maintenance—This sub-vote makes provision for the maintenance and operation of highways and roads, brid
structures, ferry routes, ferry landings, tunnels, equipment operation and replacement, including winter maintenan
involving snow and ice removal, and the payment of grants, contributions and subsidies.
(b) Highway Construction and Improvements—This sub-vote makes provision for the development, improvement
expansion of the highway and ferry system, including planning, engineering, design, survey, construction, reconstffli
tion, rights-of-way acquisition, property purchase and paving, all relating to Provincial highways, roads, bridges, ferrit
ferry landings, and tunnels; the purchase of additional equipment and machinery, and payment of authorized grants a
contributions to other jurisdictions in connection with their highway systems and other authorized grants.
,	
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
229
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
laries	
pplies and Services..
Mtal	
ants	
her Expenditures	
coveries	
TOTAL	
aries .nw«
iplies and Services..
Mai	
ffis	
ler Expenditures	
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
18,921,899
77,024,954
19,119,506
691,800
170,000
4,600,000
131,362,080
92,968,504
15,963,130
907,722
253,000
5,000,000
211,328,159
236,454,436
MD IMPROVEMENTS
41,862,927
91,665,698
153,242,911
4,000,000
7,000
42,466,169
89,334,489
149,419,383
3,458,000
290,778,536
284,678,041
-NOTES-
 230 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 79
HYDRO DEVELOPMENT—HIGHWAYS
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/831
Staff $ $ Sfj
60 30,770,000    Hydro Development—Highway Construction  14,761,000
30,769,990    Recoveries from British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority  14,760,990
60 10 Total Vote ;  10
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the relocation of Provincial Highway 23, Revelstoke to Mica Creek, resulting from the constructioSI
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority of the Revelstoke Dam, and further provides for the recovery from British Column
Hydro and Power Authority of all costs resulting from the highway relocation.
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
HYDRO DEVELOPMENT—HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
231
ilaries	
ipplies and Services..
lpital	
Iher Expenditures	
TOTAL	
2,222,040
1,547,000
26,999,960
1,000
30,770,000
1,085,125
1,171,425
12,504,450
14,761,000
KpVERIES FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY
B&eries  30,769,990 14,760,990
-NOTES-
 232 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 80
TRANSPORTATION POLICY DEPARTMENT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83 j
$      sJMfl
Administration :...'.  302,057
Transportation Policy Analysis Branch  3,424,226
Engineering Inspection Branch  1,932,150
Total Vote  5,658,433
Staff
$
6
14
28
266,162
5,472,293
1,383,515
48
7,121,970
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the development, evaluation and implementation of transportation policy in the marine, air, rail and on
surface systems. It also provides for regulatory activity under the Pipeline Act and Railway Act.
(a) Administration—This sub-vote provides for the Office of the Assistant Deputy Minister of Transportation Policy ana
support staff.
(b) Transportation Policy Analysis Branch—This sub-vote provides for the development of a comprehensive ProvfiJ
policy, including consideration of Provincial transportation programs such as British Columbia Ferries Corporation
British Columbia Railway Company. This sub-vote also provides for the Air Transport Assistance Program which provii
grants to communities in the development of local airport facilities.
(c) Engineering Inspection Branch—This sub-vote provides for regulatory activity, such as, monitoring of constructions]
inspections, annual inspections or certification of industrial projects, subject to the Railway Act and Pipeline Act. 1
branch examines and certifies operating personnel for railway and aerial tramways.
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
233
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION
Estimated
1981/82
$
Blades  181,390
Supplies and Services  84,772
Capital    	
TOTAL  266,162
      ]
TRANSPORTATION POLICY ANALYSIS BRANCH
Hlaries  528,365
Bpplies and Services  1,193,467
■pital  461
Grants  3,750,000
TOTAL  5,472,293
ENGINEERING INSPECTION BRANCH
Maries  837,133
Bpplies and Services  533,382
Capital  13,000
TOTAL  1,383,515
Estimates
1982/83
210,432
91,125
500
302,057
664,126
1,101,100
1,000
1,658,000
3,424,226
1,147,730
765,020
19,400
1,932,150
-NOTES-
 234
Vote 81
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
63,713,476
13,200,000
76,913,476
ESTIMATES, 82/83
CROWN CORPORATION ASSISTANCE
Classification by Sub-Vote
British Columbia Ferry Corporation..
British Columbia Railway Company.
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83   1
$ StaH
47,822,700
7,000,000
54,822,700
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote makes provision for the payment of a subsidy to the British Columbia Ferry Corporation and grants to the British
Columbia Railway Company.
(a) British Columbia Ferries—This sub-vote provides for payment of a subsidy to the British Columbia Ferry Corporation and
for lease payments and related administrative costs for ferries sub-leased to and operated by the Corporation.
(b) British Columbia Railway—This sub-vote provides for grants to the British Columbia Railway Company to compensate
the railway for the operating loss on government mandated services.
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRY CORPORATION
Estimated
1981/82
Supplies and Services..
Bants	
TOTAL	
4,822,700
58,890,776
63,713,476
grants..
BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY COMPANY
  13,200,000
235
Estimates
1982/83
4,822,700
43,000,000
47,822,700
7,000,000
-NOTES-
 236 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 82
MOTOR VEHICLE DEPARTMENT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83   j
Staff $ $ Staffi
11 1,274,729 Administration and Safety Branch  1,234,295 12
443 17,322,270 Vehicle and Drivers Licensing Branch  19,015,911 466
342 9,945,562 Compliance Standards Branch  10,293,058 351}
796 28,542,561 Total Vote  30,543,264 82J
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the administration of the laws, regulations, and policies governing the operation of motor vehicles anl
industrial equipment in accordance with provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act, Commercial Transport Act, Motor Vehicle (All Terrain)
Act and Highway (Industrial) Act and regulations pertaining thereto.
(a) Administration and Safety Branch—This sub-vote provides for the offices of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, and
Branch Directors and for the provision of coordinated direction for the Motor Vehicle Department, planning, development and implementation of related policies and procedures, including effective road user safety programs.
(b) Vehicle and Drivers' Licensing Branch—This sub-vote makes provision for the regulation by registration and licensingof]
motor vehicles for operation on public highways and roads including the issuance of pol icies of insurance for such motor
vehicles, the regulation by licensing of persons to operate motor vehicles on public highways and roads including the
monitoring of driving records and the determination of the ability and fitness of persons to operate motor vehicles and the]
collection of revenue resulting from the issuance of licences and permits.
(c) Compliance Standards Branch—This sub-vote makes provision for the development and implementation of industrial]
road safety programs, establishment of industrial equipment standards and the standard of maintenance requiredl
thereon, operator licensing practices and procedures, all as specified by the Highway (Industrial) Act; the inspection of|
motor vehicles under the Motor Vehicle Act, the monitoring of all commercial vehicle routes involving the load
measurement and weighing, and the issuance of permits, traffic tickets and warnings, and the collection of revenue
resulting from the issuance of permits.
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY BRANCH
Estimated Estimates
1981/82 1982/83
Blades „„».  313,532 347,416
Bpplies and Services  388,197 290,379
Capital  1,000 11,000
Grants  572,000 585,500
TOTAL  1,274,729 1,234,295
VEHICLE AND DRIVERS LICENSING BRANCH
Salaries  9,421,778 9,313,438
Supplies and Services  7,879,742 9,676,973
Capital  10,250 15,000
Other Expenditures   10,500 10,500
TOTAL  17,322,270 19,015,911
COMPLIANCE STANDARDS BRANCH
Haries  7,536,207 7,675,755
Supplies and Services  2,231,695 2,346,907
Bpital  166,160 260,396
Other Expenditures  11,500 10,000
TOTAL  9,945,562 10,293,058
237
-NOTES—
 238 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 83
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION AND BRANCH
Esti
Staff
mated 1981/82
$
7
49
402,475
1,608,950
56
2,011,425
Estimates 1982/83
$ -     Stafj
Motor Carrier Commission  435,307 7
Motor Carrier Branch ;.:..  2,107,646 66
Total Vote .f„ '.  2,542,953 73
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the regulation of the Motor Carrier Industry through hearings, inspections and licensing procedures. ■
(a) Motor Carrier Commission—This sub-vote makes provision for the regulation of the motor carrier industry intra-]
provincially as a Provincial Board pursuant to the Motor Carrier Act, and extra-provincially as members of a Federal Board
pursuant to the Motor Vehicle Transport Act (Canada).
(b) Motor Carrier Branch—This sub-vote provides for the conducting of investigations into the licensing of the commercial
motorcarrier industry in the for-hire transportation of freight and passengers, examination of schedules of rates charged by
carriers as well as time schedules and the collection of revenue resulting from the issuance of licences, the makings
recommendations to the Motor Carrier Commission and the implementation of decisions made by the Commission with,
respect to such applications, and the safety inspections of public passenger vehicles.
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION
Maries	
Bpplies and Services..
TOTAL	
firaries	
Supplies and Services..
Brier Expenditures	
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
216,576
185,899
Estimates
1982/83
$
247,806
187,501
402,475
435,307
RANCH
1,163,815
444,635
500
1,608,950
1,480,495
626,651
500
2,107,646
  Esti
nated 1981/82
Vote
Staff
$
No.
5
147,400
84
37
12,530,313
85
68
22,938,029
86
322,742,523
87
110
180,000
358,178,265
UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS 241
MINISTRY OF UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
Summary
Estimates 1982/83
$ Staff
Minister's Office  165,088 5
Ministry Administration and Support  9,224,510 38
Government Telecommunications  24,352,193 68
Universities  363,596,359
Less efficiencies achieved to control government growth	
Total Operating Expenses  397,338,150 111
	
 242
Vote 84
Estim;
Staff
ited 1981/82
$
5
147,400
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Estimates 1982/83
$ Stal
Total Vote..
165,088
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Universities, Science and Communications, including his salary and experra
and those of his immediate staff.
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
243
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Hies	
pplies and Services..
TOTAL	
Estimated
1981/82
$
Estimates
1982/83
$
101,618
45,782
116,088
49,000
147,400
165,088
-NOTES—
 244
Vote 85
Estimated 1981/82
Staff $
16
13
37
1,667,571
8,260,524
286,335
2,315,883
12,530,313
ESTIMATES, 82/83
MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
Classification by Sub-Vote
Administration and Support	
Science and Technology Programs..
Metric Conversion and Standards..
Communications Programs	
Total Vote	
Estimates 1982/83
Stafc
1,663,609
6,774,076
254,869
531,956
9,224,510
VOTE DESCRIPTION
To provide for the central direction and support services for the Ministry. Includes the Deputy Minister, Assistant Deputy Minis
of Communications, Assistant Deputy Minister of Universities, Ministry Directors and their immediate staff.
(a) Administration and Support—Provides for overall policy direction and administrative support for the Ministry, includi
the offices of the Deputy Minister and Assistant Deputy Ministers, personnel administration, financial services, a
general administration. It also provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental a
maintenance of buildings and office accommodation, and payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for d;
processing and management consulting services.
(b) Science and Technology Programs—Provides for the promotion of scientific research and technological developmera
the interest of high potential economic growth.
(c) Metric Conversion and Standards—Provides for the development, compilation, and coordination of technical inform
tion required for the conversion to the metric system in British Columbia. It provides technological support to busine
industry, universities, trade and consumer associations and all levels of government.
(d) Communications Programs—Provides the technical expertise required in telecommunications in order to assist otl
ministries in developing and administering programs for improved communications systems in the Province. It al
provides technical expertise for a program intended to improve commercial radio service to remote communities.
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
245
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
Estimated
1981/82
laries :....
ipplies and Services..
Iher Expenditures	
TOTAL	
463,997
1,131,700
71,874
1,667,571
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS
  8,260,524
METRIC CONVERSION AND STANDARDS
anes	
'iplies and Services..
[ffi	
I   TOTAL	
anes	
pplies and Services..
TOTAL	
188,100
98,235
286,335
COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAMS
412,283
253,600
1,650,000
2,315,883
Estimates
1982/83
602,211
986,398
75,000
1,663,609
6,774,076
195,313
59,556
254,869
420,356
111,600
531,956
—NOTES-
 246 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 86
GOVERNMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Estimated 1981/82                                                                                                                                                            Estimates 1982/83 I
Staff $  $ Stal
68 22,938,029 Total Vote (net of recoveries)  24,352,193
VOTE DESCRIPTION
Provides for operation of the government telecommunications network, serving all government ministries and certain Crov
corporations. Provides technical assistance in planning, engineering, selection and acquisition of telephone, data communicatior
radio and other types of communications equipment.
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
247
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
GOVERNMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Estimated
1981/82
'anes	
pplies and Services..
pital	
©veries	
TOTAL.
1,607,118
23,609,611
754,200
3,032,900
22,938,029
Estimates
1982/83
1,720,919
28,403,458
345,000
6,117,184
24,352,193
—NOTES—
 248 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Vote 87
UNIVERSITIES
Classification by Sub-Vote
Estimated 1981/82 Estimates 1982/83
Staff $ $ Sri
604,800 Universities Council ;....  629,000
277,861,782 University Operating Grants Program :  312,993,292     - fi
15,285,283 Operating Grants (Other)  14,472,000
19,040,000 Capital Support Program  24,857,000
9,950,658 Student Aid Program .,  10,645,067
322,742,523 Total Vote        363,596,359
VOTE DESCRIPTION
This vote provides funding for the operation of the Universities Council, grants relating to the operating and capital suppc
programs of the universities and other institutions, development of university programs in non-metropolitan areas of British Columb
and the delivery systems to support them, teaching expansion projects, and the Knowledge Network of the West. It also provides funi
for financial aid to students.
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
249
GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
UNIVERSITIES COUNCIL
Cnts.
Estimated
1981/82
604,800
Estimates
1982/83
629,000
UNIVERSITY OPERATING GRANTS PROGRAM
        277,861,782 312,993,292
irts	
ttr Expenditure..
I TOTAL	
STUDENT AID PROGRAM
OPERATING GRANTS (OTHER)
  15,285,283 14,472,000
CAPITAL SUPPORT PROGRAM
  19,040,000 24,857,000
628,000
9,322,658 10,645,067
9,950,658 10,645,067
—NOTES-
  ESTIMATES, 82/83
Special Purpose Funds and Accounts
Increase (Decrease) in Equity 1982/83
Expenditure
251
Schedule A
Increase
(Decrease)
in Equity
Cultural Land Development	
Kile Historic Park Development I
IfiColumbia Cultural	
Hjurance Stabilization	
Band	
Klcohol and Cigarette Education Prevention and Rehabilitation..
ntown Revitalization .'.	
■Development	
Income Assurance	
ii East Coal Development  —
[fijFitness and Amateur Sports  1,575,000
icial Computerization of Libraries	
icial Home Acquisition  13,364,000
Rsharing  235,000,000
;ers to establish new accounts  —
2,720,000
^Kens	
t and Range Resource..
v....	
Ilaneous	
42,
1
560,000
200,000
400,000
600,000
131,000
000,000
450,000
ition Cost Stabilization.
lyment Development....
"i Cost Stabilization	
357,000,000
75,000,000
132,900,000
77,800,000
642,700,000
[M-account transfers    (270,700,000)
iTotal     372,000,000
	
2,720,000
(869,000)
2,200,000
20,800,000
(3,300,000)
(1,000,000)
(2,500,000)
(1,469,000)
(83,704,000)
(6,374,000)
(2,068,000)
(2,500,000)
(973,000)
(8,263,000)
(270,700,000)
715,000,000     (358,000,000)'
75,000,000
132,900,000
77,800,000
869,000
1,560,000
9,600,000
3,300,000
1,000,000
2,500,000
42,600,000
3,600,000
83,704,000
29,374,000
4,518,000
2,500,000
1,575,000
973,000
21,627,000
235,000,000
270,700,000
1,000,700,000
(270,700,000)
(358,000,000)
730,000,000      (358,000,000)
 252 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Schedin
Summary of Proposed Expenditures
Employment Development Account Fiscal Year 1982/83
Ministry/Item Amou or
A. New Funds:
A total of $25 million is being made available for job creation initiatives emphasizing housing and forestry. These
initiatives are to make use of avai lable Federal Unemployment Insurance Funds, with additional Provincial
funding to provide needed employment opportunities      25,00(||
B. Initiatives Through Existing Programs:
Attorney General
Job Placement—provides employment counseling and placement services for ex-offenders  20; 82
Education
Occupational Training—provides vocational and adult basic education training services through post-secondary
colleges and provincial institutes —       54,90((
Forests
Silviculture—provides employment opportunities in the forestry sector through reforestation       10,;
Health
Vocational Rehabilitation—provides funding under the Vocational Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons Act (Canada) to provide comprehensive and coordinated vocational rehabilitation services for disabled persons        1,80liH
Human Resources
Rehabilitation Programs—major ingredients are work activity projects and training and education incentives
directed toward increasing opportunities for income assistance recipients to find and secure employment.       6,4T!fy
Labour
Apprenticeship Training—provides for apprenticeship training through provincial colleges and institutes      23,81:6!
Employment Opportunity—provides for industrial training opportunities through grants to employers to assist in
on-the-job training       10,70.1^
Tourism
B.C. Ferries Summer Students—provides for employment of summer students to act as hosts on B.C. Ferries  600(
Total Employment Development Account     132,90iK)(
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Summary of Proposed Expenditures
Building Occupancy Charges
Ministry
Estimated
1981/82
253
Schedule C
Estimates
1982/83
lation	
j or General.
tftlsman	
Ifers Office	
j try of Agriculture and Food        3,
Ifijof Attorney General       48
\)w of Consumer and Corporate Affairs	
ii try of Education	
iitry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources	
iitry of Environment	
iitry of Finance	
rtry of Forests	
rlryof Health       31
r:ry of Human Resources       21
try of Industry and Small Business Development         1
rw of Intergovernmental Relations	
rry of Labour  2
r ry of Lands, Parks and Housing        2
nry of Municipal Affairs	
rry of Provincial Secretary and Government Services       11
flfflof Tourism	
nry of Transportation and Highways       19,
nry of Universities, Science and Communications	
Total	
he 1981/82 estimated equivalent is $18,249,000, which includes charges on forest property transferred to the British Columbia Buildings
>ition during 1981/82. Rental charges for these properties are reflected as part of the 1982/83 estimate.
187,000 199,000
194,000 200,443
840,000 4,470,000
952,963 52,308,000
083,131 2,337,000
581,000 2,809,035
716,483 2,055,562
792,000 9,894,093
257,000 4,661,855
392,117' 19,582,437
613,182 35,033,485
601,000 27,056,000
027,000 1,048,130
113,000 93,000
515,779 3,146,916
378,000 2,923,083
504,000 522,000
950,600 14,499,000
880,000 831,000
717,071 25,156,166
391,000 316,000
176,686,326 209,142,205
 254
ESTIMATES, 82/83
Schedi
Summary of Proposed Expenditures
Data Systems and Processing
Ministry
Estimated
1981/82
Estima
19823
Legislation	
Auditor General.
Ombudsman	
Premier's Office..
Ministry o
Ministry oi
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry o!
Ministry ol
Ministry oi
Ministry o
Ministry o
Ministry oi
Ministry ol
Ministry oj
f Agriculture and Food	
f Attorney General	
f Consumer and Corporate Affairs	
f Education ,.
f Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources	
f Environment	
f Finance	
if Forests	
f Health	
f Human Resources	
f Industry and Small Business Development	
f Intergovernmental Relations	
f Labour	
f Lands, Parks and Housing	
f Municipal Affairs	
f Provincial Secretary and Government Services..
f Tourism  	
f Transportation and Highways	
f Universities, Science and Communications	
Total	
75,000
30,000
421,450
500,000
.413,000
576,854
965,700
271,800
394,500
160,063
080,110'
,458,500
913,800
885,470
,567,100
143,750
,149,000
258,900
,892,550
122,200
45,279,747
105
2(1
65'
3,585
1,34|
1,341
1,08f
3,0§
7,7®
6,58
3,53
6,871
i,iS
i,il
2,161
1f
2,5S
29M
6.71;
1011
50,32'.
' The 1981/82 Blue Book Estimates have been increased by $136,000 to reflect the inclusion of Finance and Audit charges previously bud
under the Medical Services Commission Vote 111.
i
 ESTIMATES, 82/83
255
Schedule E
[ns Required by Her Majesty to Make Good Certain Sums Expended for the Public Service for the Period Ended March 31,1981,
and to Indemnify the Several Officers and Persons for Making Such Expenditure
SERVICE
Cash Basis
Accrual Basis
.(station:
e Legislation	
lHidsman:
Ijlomputer and consulting charges..
M stry of Agriculture and Food:
|Minister's office	
Finance and administration	
Hk Board	
Hiding occupancy charges	
Computer and consulting charges..
I.C.B.C.—Senior Citizens' Grant...
listry of Attorney General:
r Criminal Justice Division	
ffirrections	
Legal Services Society	
.egal Services to Government..
Coroners	
liitry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs:
Minister's Office	
Ii try of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Ixecutive management	
fimputer and consulting charges	
iit try of Environment:
(esource and Environment Management.
'rovincial Emergency Program	
ialmonid Enhancement Program	
lit try of Finance:
dministrative and Support Services	
liitry of Forests:
glister's Office Program	
imber Range and Recreation Program..
nplementation of New Legislation	
ffiistry Administration Program	
ield Operations Program	
42,666
63,821
1,181
737
lif try of Health:
mergency Health Services Commission..
!" :ry of Human Resources:
AIN Program	
1,088
4,034
42,666
65,002
737
283,274
2,249,294
47,082
65,229
51,222
118,539
4,818
737
123,160
10,100
2,144
23,210
4,984
1,088
2,295
2,295
2,411
14,447
15
2,790
1,216
55,032
24,261
2,250,000
5,937
2,348,825
3,177
94,264
118,842
319,792
392,454
859,078
915,087
203,997
210,908
1,477,131
1,640,468
4,787
112,311
174,579
79,790
159,351
320,423
2,320,110
(Continued Overleaf)
 256 ESTIMATES, 82/83
Schedule E—ConHl
Sums Required by Her Majesty to Make Good Certain Sums Expended for the Public Service for the Period Ended March 31,ml
and to Indemnify the Several Officers and Persons for Making Such Expenditure
1
Cash Basis Accrual Basis
$ $
Ministry of Intergovernmental Relations:
Agent General's Office and British Columbia House, London  43,614 43,
Ministry of Labour:
Ministerial Administration and Support Services  6,227
Human Rights Program  60 165
60   6,1
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Government Services:
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation      1,591,757 2,463,308
Government information services  77,966 77,966
Computer and consulting charges  13,911 13,911
      1,683,634      2,55H|
Ministry of Tourism:
Minister's office  1,108 1,
Ministry of Transportation and Highways:
Air Services Branch  67i
5,857,579 9,840,^1
NOTE
The Public Accounts for 1980/81 were prepared in accordance with new accounting policies approved by Treasury Boa it
1981 and on the old basis reflected in the 1981/82 Estimates. This schedule provides for sums required by Her Majesty to make;i»
certain sums expended for the Public Service for either bases of accounting.
Although the new accounting policies were applied retroactively in the 1980/81 Public Accounts, the above accrual basis fijl
do not include adjustments arisingfrom the retroactive application change in the accounting policy. The figures reflect payments r*
during the 1980/81 fiscal year plus amounts accrued at the fiscal year-end for goods received and services rendered prior to the pi*
end.
 ESTIMATES, 82/83 257
EXPLANATORY NOTES ON THE GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION
: Vote expenditures are shown under the group account classification according to the nature of the expenditure. Each group is
mprised of individual standard objects of expenditure as outlined hereunder.
fflies
i (01) Salaries—established positions.
■04) Salaries—temporary (including seasonal staff).
jplies and Services
■D3) Salaries—for British citizens employed atthe Agent General's office and British Columbia House, London.
(06) Allowances and expenses—Members and officers of the Legislative Assembly.
, (07) Fees and allowances—Boards, Commissions, courts, etc.
(10) Travel expense:
Includes expenses of public servants and members of Boards, Commissions, etc. Also includes lease and operation of
motor vehicles used for staff travel purposes and staff relocation and transfer expenses.
(20) Professional and special services:
Fees and expenses for services rendered by professionals such as legal, engineering, educational, medical-dental,
management consulting, etc., as well as various services provided by other businesses not included in other
classes.
(25) Data systems and processing:
Services' provided by the British Columbia Systems Corporation for the design, development, implementation, and
operation of manual and machine-assisted information systems.
(30) Office expense:
The supplies and expenses required for the operation of offices.
EI5) Office furniture and equipment:
Purchase of furniture and equipment, but not lease or rental.
(40) Advertising and publications:
Includes all costs associated with advertising and publications, including services of outside agencies and consultants.
(50) Materials and supplies:
Provides for all those items not included in other categories (e.g., office expense) and includes parts and consumable
tools as well as fuels and utilities,
t (55) Motor vehicles:
Purchase of motor vehicles for use in transport of personnel.
IffiO) Rentals—outside suppliers:
Includes the lease or rental of land, buildings, aircraft, and equipment not included in another classification (such as
automobiles for staff travel).
(62) Rentals—intra-ministry:
Charges for the use of equipment between various programs and activities within a ministry.
'.■ (65) Building Occupancy Charges:
Payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of buildings and office
accommodation.
I (98) Recoveries—intra-ministry:
Recoveries for the use of equipment between various programs and activities within a ministry.
Etal
1170) Acquisition—land, buildings, and works:
Costs of acquiring these physical assets through purchase or contract, but not construction by a ministry's own forces.
75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment (not included elsewhere):
Includes purchase of aircraft, construction equipment, ships and boats, etc.
-irts
80) Grants, contributions and subsidies:
These payments, other than for goods and services, made for the purpose of furthering ministerial programs. Payments
include those to individuals and nonprofit organizations, municipalities, Government agencies and Crown
corporations, and subsidies to industries.
(Continued Overleaf)
 258 ESTIMATES, 82/83
EXPLANATORY NOTES ON THE GROUP ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION—Continued
Investments, Loans and Advances
(85) Investments, Loans and Advances
Includes those investments, loans and advances which are considered to be realizable or recoverable.
Other Expenditures
(90) Other expenditure:
Includes all expenditure not otherwise classified, such as interest on deposits, supplementary personnel costs (supe
nuation, etc.), and transfers to special funds.
Recoveries
(99) Recoveries:
Cost recoveries in cash or by transfer billings to other votes, such as in the case of the Queen's Printer operation
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Victoria. 1982

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