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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Thirty-second Annual Report of the
PUBLIC UTILITIES
COMMISSION
Pursuant to the
PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT
for the
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31
1970
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1971
  Victoria, British Columbia, February 28, 1971
To His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Sir: We have the honour to transmit herewith the Thirty-second Annual Report
of the Public Utilities Commission under the Public Utilities Act for the year ended
December 31, 1970, and a report of activities pursuant to the Cemeteries Act and
the Prearranged Funeral Services Act.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
J. F. K. English, Chairman
L. Wicks, Commissioner
E. W. Bassett, Commissioner
  CONTENTS
Public Utilities
Page
Introduction     7
The Commission and Staff     7
Operations of Public Utility Systems—
New Construction, New Operations, and Expansions-
Complaints as to Service of PubUc Utilities	
Rates—
Rate Changes Consented to Pursuant to Sections 17 and 19.
Rate Complaints	
Security Issues, Mortgages, and Sales—
Security Issues and Mortgages     9
Sales of Assets of Public Utilities Systems     9
Applications for Exemptions Under Section 84 (2)     9
Appraisals     9
Miscellaneous  10
Tables—
1—Applications for Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity
Outstanding or Resolved in 1970  11
2—Extensions Dealt With Under Section 13 of the Public Utilities Act
During 1970  16
3—Applications to Commission to Require Public Utilities to Extend
Their Systems, 1970  17
4—Applications to Discontinue or Suspend Service, 1970  19
5—Complaints as to Service of Public Utilities, 1970  20
6—Rate Changes Consented to Pursuant to Sections 17 and 19 of the
Public Utilities Act, 1970  24
7—Rate Complaints, 1970  28
8—Applications for Approval of Security Issues and Mortgages, 1970  31
9—Applications for Approval of Sales of Assets of Public Utility Systems,
1970  32
10—Applications for Exemptions from Provisions of the Public Utilities
Act Under Section 84 (2), 1970  33
11—Orders Made Pursuant to Section 46 (3), Maintenance Guarantee
Reserve Fund  3 4
12—Summary of Regulated Utilities as of December 31, 1970  35
5
 Crematoria, Prearranged Funeral Plans, and Cemeteries
Crematoria—
Page
Cremation Licences  40
Establishment of Crematoria  40
Enlargement of Crematoria  40
General  41
Prearranged Funeral Plans  41
Cemeteries—
Establishment and Enlargement of Cemeteries  41
Approved Burial Area  41
Cemetery Boards and Cemetery Trustees  42
Transfers of Cemetery Ownership  42
Cemetery Rules and By-laws  42
Cemetery Rates  42
Cemetery Care and Maintenance Funds  43
Conversion and Renovation of Cemeteries  43
Closure of Cemeteries and Sale of Property-  44
General  45
Tables—
1—Certificates of PubUc Interest Granted in 1970  47
2—Approved Burial Areas Established in Cemeteries, 1970  48
3—Establishment of Cemetery Boards, Appointment of Board Members
and Cemetery Trustees, 1970  49
-Transfers of Cemetery Ownership Approved in 1970  50
5—Cemetery By-laws and Rules Filed in 1970  51
6—Cemetery Rates Filed in 1970  52
7—Cemetery Care and Maintenance Funds Established, 1970  53
 Thirty-second Annual Report of the
Public Utilities Commission Under the Public Utilities Act
For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 1970
INTRODUCTION
This Report covers the work of the Public Utilities Commission under the
Public Utilities Act for the year ended December 31, 1970. It also includes a report
of the Commission's activities pursuant to the Cemeteries Act and the Prearranged
Funeral Services Act for the same period. The administration of these Acts covers
a large field of regulation.
Under the Public Utilities Act, both privately owned and municipally owned
utilities come under the Commission's jurisdiction, with the exception that the latter
are regulated only in respect to service which they may provide outside their
corporate boundaries. The accelerated growth in the Commission's regulatory
activities in this field is weU iUustrated in the foUowing comparison:
As of December 31—
1967 1970
Privately owned electric utiUties  13 8
MunicipaUy owned electric utilities  7 8
Gas utilities   13 12
Privately owned telephone utUity  1 1
Municipally owned telephone utility  1 1
Privately owned water utilities  81 155
Municipally owned water utilities  44 43
Steam-heat utility        1
160 229
As of the writing of this Report, 51 appUcations for the right to operate new
water utilities are before the Commission for consideration.
Indicative of the scope of the Commission's work under the Cemeteries Act
and the Prearranged Funeral Services Act, it may be reported that at the present
time 499 cemeteries, 8 crematoria, 4 columbaria, and 3 mausolea are under regulation.
THE COMMISSION AND STAFF
No changes are recorded in the Commission or positions held by its staff
during the year.
OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC UTILITY SYSTEMS
New Construction, New Operations, and Expansions
A summary of the applications for certificates of public convenience and
necessity outstanding or resolved appears in Table 1.
Notably, Columbia Natural Gas Limited was granted a certificate to extend
its natural gas system to supply the Kaiser Resources Ltd. industrial complex near
Sparwood, and, similarly, Inland Natural Gas Co. Ltd. was granted the right to
extend its transmission pipe-line approximately 10 miles to serve the proposed
Lornex mining project and the townsite in the Highland Valley.
7
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The year saw yet another large increase in the number of water utilities granted
certificates. Altogether, certificates were granted for the construction of 39 water
utilities to serve new subdivisions throughout the Province.
Pursuant to section 13 of the Public Utilities Act the Commission has power
to relieve public utilities from the requirements of obtaining certificates of public
convenience and necessity. Table 2 sets out the details where exemption was
provided by the Commission.
Applicants for public utility service may seek the Commission's assistance in
requiring public utilities to extend their water, gas, or electric services to their homes
and properties. The Commission investigates such demands for service connections
and makes its decision on their merits in each case.   Details are set out in Table 3.
Table 4 lists applications received from utUities to discontinue or suspend
service. An application from Lasqueti Light & Power Ltd. to discontinue service on
Lasqueti Island is presently before the Commission for consideration.
Complaints as to Service of Public Utilities
Particulars of complaints regarding service of pubUc utilities are set forth in
Table 5. Of special interest was the case of Woodsdale Utilities Limited. Mr.
S. L. Locking had a dispute with Woodsdale UtiUties Limited and the domestic
water service to his home was disconnected. The Commission endeavoured to have
the utility reconnect the service, following which the merits of the dispute could be
considered. The utility refused to reconnect the service. An order was then made
requiring Woodsdale Utilities Limited to reconnect the service. This order contained
a provision whereby the merits of the dispute could be considered afterwards. The
utility again refused to reconnect the service. The Commission then instituted
prosecution proceedings against the utility. Following this, the utility reconnected
the service. The prosecution proceeding continued, however, and the utiUty was
fined $200. No application was made to the Commission by Woodsdale Utilities
Limited for a hearing at which the merits of its action would be considered.
RATES
Rate Changes Consented to Pursuant to Sections 17 and 19
A statement of all rate changes authorized and filed during the year 1970
appears in Table 6.
Again this year a large number of original filings were approved for water
utilities to serve new subdivisions. One major rate application was that of The Elk
Creek Waterworks Company Limited for considerable increases in its water rates
in the ChiUiwack area. A public hearing was held in the matter in ChilUwack.
It is noteworthy that no interested parties made representations at the hearing except
the applicant. The Commission considered the application reasonable and accepted
the new rates.
Rate Complaints
Rate complaints dealt with during the year are summarized in Table 7.
Of special interest were the complaints from Bamfield. Bamfield Utilities Ltd.
applied for an increase in its electric rates. Its rates are already high. Under these
circumstances the Commission required the utility to hold a meeting in Bamfield for
the purpose of explaining to its customers the reasons for the proposed rate increase.
A thorough discussion was held on the subject at this meeting, with the result that
the utility has now revised its application so that the proposed increase is much less
than originally applied for.   The revised application is pending.
 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 1970 9
SECURITY ISSUES, MORTGAGES, AND SALES
Security Issues and Mortgages
Applications made during 1970 under Part IV of the Public Utilities Act are
summarized in Table 8.
Sales of Assets of Public Utilities Systems
Transfers of property under section 24 of the Public Utilities Act are summarized in Table 9.
APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTIONS FROM THE PROVISIONS
OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES ACT (SECTION 84 (2))
A number of exemptions were approved under the provisions of section 84 (2)
of the Public Utilities Act.   These are summarized in Table 10.
APPRAISALS
In the Report of the Public Utilities Commission this year there has been
included Table 12, which lists the names of the 229 utilities under regulation as of
December 31, 1970. The size of these operations varies from major companies
having service areas covering extensive portions of the Province to very small utilities
serving only a few customers. Each has its own problems, and different techniques
are used in the regulation of different sorts of utilities.
The maintaining of fair and reasonable rates by utUity companies in operation
is one of the Commission's many responsibilities. The yardstick employed in
British Columbia, in common with most utiUty commissions in North America, is
rate of return on rate base. The principal component of rate base is, in the terms
of the Public Utilities Act, ". . . the appraised value of the property of the public
utiUty used, or prudently and reasonably acquired, to enable the public utility to
furnish the service." An appraisal, therefore, involves considerable staff work,
culminating in the Commission's acceptance of certain expenditures for inclusion
in a utility's rate base, and disallowance of others.
Over the years, most of the larger utilities have been appraised, and when once
this has been accomplished, the attempt is made to update the information each
year, both to keep the Commission informed as to the utility's operation and also
to avoid the formidable task of reappraisal prior to a rate case after a lapse of
years. In the table below, the results for the latest fiscal year are given for larger
utilities which have been appraised:
Name
For Year
Ended—
Rate Base
Earned
Return
Rate of
Return
(Per Cent)
Inland Natural Gas Co. Ltd  _
West Kootenay Power & Light Co. Ltd...
Okanagan Telephone Co	
Columbia Natural Gas Ltd	
Elk Creek Waterworks Co. Ltd	
Northland Utilities (B.C.) Ltd 	
Plains-Western Gas & Electric Co. Ltd. (Fort
St. John Div.)
Ltd...
Vancouver Island Gas Co.
White Rock Utilities Ltd 	
Princeton Light & Power Co. Ltd—
June 30, 1970
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
Dec. 31,
1969
1969
1969
1969
Dec. 31, 1969
Dec. 31, 1969
Dec. 31, 1969
Mar. 31, 1970
Mar. 31, 1970
$43,918,943
20,319,364
20,059,487
4,782,548
1,623,695
1,253,635
1,073,860
983,827
878,792
521,284
$3,922,948
1,329,719
917,975
398,751
87,500
56,985
80,869
63,681
47,058
31,633
8.93
6.54
4.58
8.34
5.38
4.55
7.53
6.47
5.35
6.07
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There are also utilities of significant size which the Commission has not yet
been able to schedule for appraisal because its staff is fully occupied with other
work. Pacific Northern Gas Ltd. and Central Heat Distribution Ltd. are in this
category.
Of the 155 privately owned water utiUties under regulation at last year-end,
three of significant size have had rates reviews by the Public Utilities Commission
such that it was deemed desirable to examine their rates of return in manner similar
to the larger utiUties. Their financial positions have been updated from year to
year and the results for the latest fiscal year are tabulated below:
Name
For Year
Ended
Rate Base
Earned
Return
Rate of
Return
(Per Cent)
100 Mile Water UtiUties Ltd 	
Mar. 31, 1970
Dec. 31, 1969
Dec. 31, 1969
$123,964
72,165
33,460
$7,478
(1,190)
2,165
6.03
6.47
MISCELLANEOUS
Recent years have seen an enormous increase in the number of privately owned
waterworks systems proposed for servicing new subdivisions. These systems differ
from usual utiUty practice in that they are built ahead of demand for service rather
than in response to it. Most are applied for solely because community water supply
is a prerequisite to subdivision of land in the manner intended by the developers.
As a result, water utilities are constructed and commence furnishing service to
sparsely settled land-development schemes. Often many years pass before enough
customers connect to the utiUty to reach a break-even financial condition.
Continuity of service in such situations is a real concern to all agencies involved
in the subdivision-approval process. A measure designed to forestall coUapse of
water utilities because of inadequate revenue during early years of operation has
recently been adopted by the Commission. It is known as a "Maintenance Guarantee Reserve Fund," and is a sum of money proportionate to the cost of construction
which must be set aside at the time of lot sales. No disbursements are allowed from
the Maintenance Guarantee Reserve Fund without prior approval of the Commission. Table 11 lists the utilities which at the date of this report are subject to
Maintenance Guarantee Reserve Fund orders.
As in 1969, the pressure of processing appUcations for certificates of pubUc
convenience and necessity, applications for rate revisions, appUcations for approval
of financing, and investigation of complaints as to service rendered by public utiUties,
seriously curtailed the Commission's Investigations Branch in the carrying-out of
field inspection and supervisory examination of the remaining public utilities. Solution of outstanding policy problems and the development of practices to facilitate
uniform handling of simUar cases suffered due to the same cause.
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Note—The preceding entries in Table 1 reflect certificates of public convenience and necessity approved and granted during the calendar year 1970. In
addition, the following appUcations from prospective water utilities are currently
under investigation. A number of them are at some stage of process while others
are required to submit further information and undertakings in support of their
applications for certificates.
Name
Location of
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Water Utility
Name
Location of
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Water Utility
Anglemont Resorts Ltd	
Cowichan Indian Band	
Eddy Holdings Ltd	
Evergreen Properties Ltd	
Gem Waterworks	
Golden Holdings Ltd	
Halfmoon  Bay  Developments
Ltd	
Hornby Island Holdings Ltd	
Hollywood Dell Estates Ltd	
R. P. Hicks	
R. B. Johnson	
P. Kereluk 	
Killiney Beach Resorts Ltd.	
Jacobson Estates Ltd	
R. C. Mainwaring 	
Pender Waterworks No. 1 Ltd.—
South Thompson Development
Ltd	
Salmon Valley Utility Co	
Shanboolard Estates Ltd	
Terrien Waterworks	
Tongue Point Waterworks	
K. M. Thompson	
Wallace Island Holding Co	
Willgay Homes Ltd 	
Anton Ziegler	
Alto Utilities Ltd	
Alma Holdings Ltd	
Anglemont.
Duncan.
Bowen Island.
Halfmoon Bay.
Denman Island.
Golden.
Halfmoon Bay.
Sayward.
Rutland^.
Nanoose Bay.
Kimberley.
Hope.
Kelowna.
Erroc Lake.
Vanderhoof.
North Pender Island.
Shuswap Lake.
Prince George.
Westbanki.
Parksville.
Nanoose Bay1.
Prince George.
Wallace Island.
Sproat Lake.
Terrace.
Winfield.
Cranbrook.
Dawson Tonchek Foundation	
Dallas,  Constabous & Kinney
Eagle Crest Estates Ltd	
Ellis Mobile Homes Ltd	
Canim Lake Estates Ltd	
Granite    Mountain    Developments   Ltd	
Harbour Heights Holdings...
Highview Properties Ltd	
Inter-Island Utilities Ltd	
Kawkawa Lake Developments..
Lang Bay Waterworks	
Neptune Estates Ltd	
R. A. Pelletier  	
Parkridge    Heights    Holdings
Ltd	
Radium Hot Springs  Golf &
Country Club	
Spur Ranch Ltd
Shellwood Properties Ltd.-
Saratoga Utilities	
Skana Investments	
Thornhill Investments	
Valouch Enterprises..
Vanland Developments Ltd	
Whiskey    Point    Waterworks
Ltd	
West Kelowna Estates Ltd..
Kamloops.
Bowen Island.
Qualicum1.
Kamloops.
100 Mile House.
Rossland.
Okanagan Landing.
Cranbrook.
Savary Island.
Hope.
Powell River.
Pender Island.
Hope.
Prince George.
Radium Hot Springs.
Edgewater.
Ladysmith1.
Scotch Creek1.
Mayne Island.
Terrace.
Vernon.
Cobble Hill.
Quadra Island.
Kelowna.
1 Amendment to certificate.
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Table 2—Extensions Dealt With Under Section 13 of the
Public Utilities Act During 1970
Class of
Service
Applicant
Particulars
Water-
Alta Lake Waterworks Ltd..
Cranbrook, City of	
Dougan, V. R	
Emerald Water Co. Ltd..
Godin, Leo..
Parksville, Village of_
Revelstoke, City of	
Sunnyset Development Ltd..
Zaitsoff, W. R	
Short extension of water main to serve the Department of
Highways yard-site at Alta Lake.
Provision of new water wells, pumping-stations, and other
facilities which will supply water not only to the city itself
but to consumers outside its boundaries.
Extension of water mains along Shawnigan Lake Road, Shawnigan Lake, Vancouver Island.
Service area of water utiUty extended at Green Lake without
the necessity of an amendment to certificate of public convenience and necessity.
Extension of water main to serve a customer at Port Kells
just outside the utility's service area.
Extension of water system outside the village boundaries to
serve  a  10-lot subdivision owned by Mrs.  G. M. Besson.
Extension of water mains to serve Red Devil Hill Subdivision
outside the city.
Extension of water service to additional five lots contiguous
to the utility's original service area at Mill Bay, Vancouver
Island.
Extension of water mains to serve D. W. Mercer near Alder-
grove.
Extension of water mains to serve J. Levinsky on 248 Street,
Aldergrove.
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Table 11—Orders Made Pursuant to Section 46 (3) Requiring Certain
Water Utilities to Establish a Maintenance Guarantee Reserve Fund
Utility
Location
Date of
Commission's
Order
Shellwood Properties Ltd.—
Strachan Point Estates Ltd-
Great West Agencies Ltd	
Inter-Island Utilities Ltd	
Philimore Point Water Co. Ltd.-
Deep Bay Development Co. Ltd..
Tozer Construction Co. Ltd	
Cedarlane Water Systems Ltd	
Stella Maris Estates Ltd	
Sherwood Waterworks Ltd.	
Sunrise Valley Water Co. Ltd	
Sheringham Estates Ltd	
Skana Investments Ltd 	
Valley Ranches Ltd	
Fraser Valley Enterprises Ltd._
Geneva Holdings Ltd	
Holiday Properties Ltd	
Harrison Water Works Ltd	
Nesters Waterworks Ltd	
Kelowna Development Ltd.-
Erskine Heights Water & Development Co. Ltd..
Paris Enterprises Ltd	
Wise Island Water Co	
Tunstall Bay Waterworks Ltd—
Shuswap Enterprises Ltd	
Mrs. C. A. Nofield	
Kie Estates Ltd..
W.G. Developments Ltd	
Inter-Island Utilities Ltd	
Koksilah UtiUties Co	
West Bay Estates Ltd	
Claremont Utilities Ltd	
Ranch Point Utilities Ltd.-
Westerlea Estates Ltd	
Keekwillie Park Estates Ltd..
Shuswap Lake Utilities Ltd.-
Gulf Industries Ltd 	
Geneva Holdings Ltd—
R and E Enterprises Ltd	
Salt Spring Lands Ltd	
Thorn-ill Properties Ltd	
Kopina Estate Ltd..
Kokanee Springs Development Ltd—
Parkridge Heights Holdings Ltd -
Gordon C. Prentice	
Ladysmith—
Howe Sound-
Langley..
Mayne Island _
Galiano Island-
Bowser	
Fanny Bay-
North Saltspring Island-
Powell River	
Shawnigan Lake	
Barnhartvale	
Sooke.
Mayne Island  	
Barnhartvale, Kamloops..
Matsqui 	
Saturna Island	
Mabel Lake..
Harrison Hot Springs..
Alta Lake	
Kelowna	
Saltspring Island-
Cobble Hill _
Wise Island, Trincomali-
Bowen Island	
Sorrento	
Pender Island-
Vernon	
Elko	
Mayne Island-
Duncan	
Nanoose Bay..
Okanagan Landing-
Parksville	
Coombs 	
12 miles east of Kamloops..
Sorrento	
Pender Island	
Mill Bay, V.I—
Kelowna	
Galiano Island-
Terrace	
Bowser	
Crawford Bay-
Prince George-
Quadra Island-
1969—
March 5.
March 24.
March 24.
April 1.
April 25.
April 30.
April 30.
May 9.
June 4.
July 9.
July 18.
July 23.
August 11.
September 26.
1970—
January 12.
February 11.
February 13.
February 16.
February 27.
March 18.
March 20.
April 13.
April 17.
May 1.
May 22.
May 29.
June 8.
June 8.
June 22.
June 22.
July 13.
July 13.
July 13.
July 29.
August 3.
August 5.
August 7.
September 4.
October 5.
October 30.
October 30.
November 2.
November 12.
December 9.
December 16.
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Table 12—Summary of Regulated Utilities
as of December 31, 1970
1.    (a) Privately Owned Electric Utilities
Name of Utility Location
Bamfield Utilities Ltd Bamfield.
Kanelk Transmission Co. Ltd British Columbia-Alberta boundary.
Lasqueti Light & Power Co. Ltd Lasqueti Island.
Lincoln Electric Co-operative Inc Waldo, Baynes Lake.
Princeton Light & Power Co. Ltd Princeton.
West Kootenay Power & Light Co. Ltd Trail.
Yukon Electrical Co. Ltd Lower Post.
Zeballos Utilities Ltd Zeballos.
(t>) Municipally Owned Electric Utilities
City of Cranbrook. City of Nelson.
City of Fernie. City of New Westminster.
City of Kelowna. City of Revelstoke.
City of Kimberley. District of Summerland.
2. Gas Utilities
Name of Utility Location
Cigas Products Ltd Cache Creek.
Columbia Natural Gas Co. Ltd East Kootenay.
Fort Nelson Gas Ltd Fort Nelson.
Fort Nelson Transmission Co. Ltd Fort Nelson.
Gas Trunk Line of B.C. Ltd .Peace River area in British Columbia.
Inland Natural Gas Co. Ltd Prince George, Okanagan to Nelson.
Northland Utilities (B.C.) Ltd Dawson Creek.
Pacific Northern Gas Ltd Summit Lake to Prince Rupert.
Plains-Western Gas & Electric Co. Ltd Fort St. John.
Rockgas Utilities Ltd. (Rumble Beach) District of Port Alice.
Squamish Gas Co. Ltd Squamish.
Vancouver Island Gas Co. Ltd Nanaimo.
3. Steam Heat
Central Heat Distribution Ltd Vancouver.
4. Telephone Utilities
Okanagan Telephone Co Okanagan area.
City of Prince Rupert Digby Island extensions.
5. (a) Municipally Owned Water Utilities
Village of Abbotsford. Village of Cumberland.
City of Armstrong. City of Dawson Creek.
District of Campbell River. City of Duncan.
District of Central Saanich. City of Enderby.
Village of Clinton. Town of Fort St. John.
City of Courtenay. Village of Gibsons Landing.
City of Cranbrook. Greater Nanaimo Water District.
Town of Creston. Greater Victoria Water District.
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Corporation of the City of Greenwood.
Town of Hope.
City of Kamloops.
City of Kelowna.
Town of Ladysmith.
Village of Lake Cowichan.
City of Langley.
District of Matsqui.
District of Mission.
Village of Montrose.
Village of McBride.
City of Nanaimo.
Village of New Denver.
Village of Oliver.
Village of Osoyoos.
Village of Parksville.
District of Pitt Meadows.
City of Port Alberni.
City of Prince George.
City of Revelstoke.
Village of Slocan.
Village of Squamish.
City of Trail.
City of Vernon.
City of Victoria.
Town of WilUams Lake.
City of North Vancouver.
(b) Privately Owned Water Utilities
Name of Utility Location
A. R. Wiebe Ltd Abbotsford.
Acacia Acres Ltd Anglemont.
Allen's Waterworks Kaslo.
Al-Nor Properties Ltd Ganges, Saltspring Island.
Alpine Water Co. Ltd Green Lake.
Alta Lake Resorts Ltd Squamish.
Alta Lake Waterworks Ltd Alta Lake.
Anderson, Gusta W 100 Mile House.
Baluk, (Mrs.) Ann (Lac la Hache Waterworks)  Lac la Hache.
Bastedo, G. C Ganges.
Big White Ski Development Ltd Kelowna.
Blue Sky Development Ltd Oliver.
Bonner, Constance (Miss) Cobble Hill.
Bowen Island Waterworks Ltd Bowen Island.
Breakwater Enterprises Ltd Parksville.
B.C. Forest Products Ltd Youbou, Port Renfrew.
Brown, Lloyd George Yale.
Canning, David Lester (doing business as
D. Lester Canning & Sons) Youbou.
Canus Properties Inc Secret Island.
Cedar Creek Developments Ltd Kelowna.
Cedarlane Water Systems Ltd Ganges.
Centennial Development Ltd..
Claremont Utilities Ltd..
Coal Harbour Utilities	
Copper Beech Utilities Ltd..
Crescent Beach Waterworks Ltd..
Cutillo, L	
Deep Bay Development Co. Ltd..
Dougan, V. R.
Eaglecrest Estates Ltd.
Eagle Heights Ltd.
Elk Creek Waterworks Co. Ltd.
..Port Moody.
-Vernon.
..Coal Harbour.
.Fort Langley.
..Crescent Beach.
..Trail.
..Nanaimo.
.Shawnigan Lake.
.Qualicum.
-Parksville.
.ChiUiwack.
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37
(_>) Privately Owned Water Utilities—Continued
Name of Utility
Emerald Water Co. Ltd._
Location
Green Lake.
Erroc Lake Development Ltd North Surrey.
Evans, George T Oliver.
Fintry Utilities Ltd Okanagan Landing.
Forest Grove Development Co. Ltd Forest Grove.
Fraser Valley Enterprises Ltd Abbotsford.
Fuhr, Fred Vernon.
Gagnon, R Hope.
Galiano Construction Ltd.
Galiano Estates Ltd	
Geneva Holdings Ltd.
Genoa Bay Properties Ltd	
George Jacques Developments Ltd.
Georgina Utilities (1969) Ltd	
Giscome Waterworks Ltd	
Godin, L. and J.	
Gold, W. H._
Gravel Hill Supplies Ltd	
Great West Agencies Ltd	
Green Gables Waterworks Ltd.
Gulf Industries Ltd	
H. & P. Holdings Ltd	
H.R. Ventures Ltd.—
Hanusz, T..
Hollywood Dell Estates Ltd.
Inter-Island Utilities Ltd.   (Gossip Island;
Mount Parke Estates and Village Bay.
Mayne Island)
.Galiano Island.
-Galiano Island.
. Saturna Island and Mill Bay.
Genoa Bay.
..Vernon.
.Mayne Island.
.Giscome.
..Surrey.
Youbou.
.Cobble Hill.
. Delta.
.Trail.
..North Pender Island.
Ganges.
-Lillooet.
..Osoyoos.
.Kelowna.
Kawkawa Lake Sewage & Water Works Hope.
Gossip and Mayne Islands.
Keekwillie Park Estates Ltd..
Kelowna Developments Ltd	
Ken Reid Construction Ltd	
Kie Estates Ltd	
Klinger, E. L. and L. E. (Okanagan Landing Water System).
Kamloops.
Kelowna.
Salmon Arm.
Vernon.
..Vernon.
-Crawford Bay.
Kokanee Springs Development Ltd-
Koksilah Utilities Company   Koksilah.
Kolosoff, J. A. and D._.
Kopina Estate Ltd	
Kuhnlein, D. and L	
-Galiano Island.
.Qualicum Beach.
.Salmon Arm.
..Deroche.
Cobble Hill.
-Lasqueti Island.
..Chilliwack.
-Spuzzum.
McConnell, J. N. and Ross, H  . Ganges.
McKinley Landing Waterworks Kelowna.
McLeod, Howard Langley.
Makela, W Aldergrove.
March, C Honeymoon Bay.
Kunz, Robert (Sr.), estate of_.
Lambourn Holdings Ltd	
Lasqueti Land Co. Ltd	
Lawrence, Fay W	
Luginbuehl, Fritz-
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(£>) Privately Owned Water Utilities—Continued
Name of Utility Location
Matheson Mortgage & Loans Ltd Saltspring Island.
Miller, (Mrs.) R. L Cobble Hill.
Money Bros. & Pedersen Ltd Saturna Island.
Montague Harbour Lands Ltd Galiano Island.
Moyie Water Co. Ltd Moyie.
Nakusp Development Ltd Nakusp.
Naumann, A. W Oliver.
Nesters Waterworks Ltd Alta Lake.
Nimpkish Indian Band Alert Bay.
Nofield, (Mrs.) C. A Port Washington.
North Vesuvius Holdings Ltd Ganges.
Olsen, P Lake Cowichan.
100 Mile Water Utilities 100 Mile House.
Paris Enterprises Ltd Cobble Hill.
Parr Utilities Ltd Lake Windermere.
Philimore Point Water Co. Ltd Galiano Island.
Prentice, Gordon C Campbell River.
Prince George College Lands Prince George.
R. & E. Enterprises Ltd Kelowna.
Ranch Point Utilities Ltd Parksville.
Reece, T. B. (Bryngwyn Waterworks) Kelowna.
Reesor, James Langley.
Reschke, Jacob S Hudson Hope.
Rivervale Water Co. Ltd Trail.
Rochester Homes Ltd Lake Erroc.
Sage Mesa Water & Public Service Penticton.
Salt Spring Lands Ltd Ganges.
Sandy Hook Water Co. Ltd Sechelt.
Saratoga Utilities Ltd Scotch Creek.
Seed, R. C. (Seed Trepanier Water Utility)—Penticton.
Shanboolard Estates Ltd Kelowna.
Shellwood Properties Ltd Ganges.
Sheringham Estates Ltd Sooke.
Sherwood Waterworks Ltd Shawnigan Lake.
Ships Point Estate Ltd Nanaimo.
Shuswap Lake Utilities Ltd Vernon.
Shuswap Enterprises Ltd Sorrento.
Simmons, L. S. (Ridgewood Utility) Montrose.
Skaha Lake Properties Ltd Kelowna.
Skana Investments Ltd Mayne Island.
Smith, O. P North Surrey
Southridge Holdings Ltd Langley.
Stella Maris Estates Ltd Powell River.
Strachan Point Estates Ltd Howe Sound.
Sulley Enterprises Ltd White Rock.
Sunnyset Development Ltd Mill Bay.
Sunnyside UtiUties Ltd Kelowna.
Sunrise VaUey Water Co. Ltd Barnhartvale.
Sutherland, G. L Nelson.
Sutton, F. N. (Lexington Subdivision) WiUiams Lake.
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(b) Privately Owned Water Utilities—Continued
Name of Utility Location
Swaisland, John Okanagan Mission.
Thompson Park Waterworks Co. Ltd Kamloops.
Thornhill Properties Ltd Terrace.
Thornhill Utilities Ltd Terrace.
Tongue Point Water Ltd LantzviUe.
Tozer Construction Ltd Fanny Bay.
Tunstall Bay Water Works Ltd Bowen Island.
Tuwanek Water Co. Ltd Sechelt.
Valley Ranches Ltd Kamloops.
VaUey View Water WeUs Ltd Mayne Island.
W.G. Developments Ltd Elko.
Walker Estates Ltd Kelowna.
West Bay Estates Ltd Nanaimo.
West Ganges Holdings Ltd Saltspring Island.
Westerlea Estates Ltd Parksville.
Whistler Mountain Waterworks Ltd Alta Lake.
White Rock UtUities Ltd White Rock.
Wiig Holdings Ltd Westbank.
Wise Island Water Co. (McCartney, C. A.,
and Evans, J. H.) Wise Island.
Woodsdale Utilities Ltd Winfield.
Ymir Waterworks Co. Ltd Nelson.
Zaitsoff, W. R Aldergrove.
Zdralek, H. W. (Casa Loma Orchards) Westbank.
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CREMATORIA, PREARRANGED FUNERAL PLANS,
AND CEMETERIES
CREMATORIA
Cremation Licences
The Commission granted a licence to operate a crematorium during 1970 to
each of the crematorium operators listed below:
(a) The Board of Cemetery Trustees of Greater Victoria to operate the
crematorium in Royal Oak Burial Park, Victoria.
(b) Fraserview Crematorium Limited to operate the crematorium in the
municipal cemetery at Prince George.
(c) North Shore Crematorium Limited to operate the crematorium adjacent
to the municipal cemetery on Lillooet Road, North Vancouver.
(d) Ocean View Development Limited to operate the crematorium in Ocean
View Burial Park, Burnaby.
(e) Penticton Crematorium Limited to operate the crematorium adjacent to
the municipal cemetery, Penticton.
(/) Vancouver Crematorium Limited to operate the crematorium in Mountain
View Cemetery, Vancouver.
Establishment of Crematoria
The Commission received applications from the undermentioned companies
for a certificate of public interest to establish a crematorium in or adjacent to Cedar
Valley Memorial Gardens Cemetery near Nanaimo:
(a) Island Crematoriums Limited.
(£>) Nanaimo Crematorium Limited.
(c) Wildwood Crematorium Limited.
A public hearing in respect to these applications is scheduled for early in 1971.
The Commission was informed of a change in the name of the owner/operators
of the crematorium at Paldi, near Duncan. This crematorium was established for
the joint ownership and operation of the Paldi Khalsa Diwan Society and the HU1-
crest Khalsa Diwan Society. The change in name affects the HiUcrest Khalsa Diwan
Society, which now is known as the "Lake Cowichan Khasla Diwan Society."
The Commission provided information on the establishment of a crematorium
to a number of persons inquiring in 1970.
Enlargement of Crematoria
The Commission granted permission to North Shore Crematorium Limited,
North Vancouver, to instaU an additional cremation retort, as provided for under
the terms of the certificate of pubUc interest granted to the company in 1968.
The Crematorium Committee of the Port Alberni East Indian Community
(consisting of members of the Port Alberni Khalsa Diwan Society and the Alberni
VaUey Gurdawara Society) applied to the Commission for a certificate of public
interest to enlarge and renovate the buUding and seating area of the East Indian
Crematorium near Port Alberni. Due to some technical matters requiring investigation and some local opposition to the enlargement, the case is under investigation.
It is expected that a completed application will be ready for a decision in 1971.
 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 1970 41
General
An application was received from North Shore Crematorium Limited to file
with the Commission as part of the Company's tariff a form of contract for the
sale of cremation before need. The Commission indicated that changes to the
wording of the form of contract submitted, particularly in regard to the terms of
the regulations under the Cemeteries Act requiring funds received from such sales
to be deposited with a trust company for investment, should be made before it could
give formal consideration to the application. The matter is still under review by
the company.
PREARRANGED FUNERAL PLANS
The Commission made a regulation in 1970 to provide for the orderly assignment of prearranged funeral plans and the trust funds involved from the seUer of
the plans to another company for performance of the service and delivery of the
goods sold. Such assignment is sometimes needed when a business changes hands.
The new regulation is Division 6 of the regulations under the Prearranged Funeral
Services Act.
An application received from First Memorial Services Limited to file a form
of prearranged funeral plan has been placed in abeyance at the request of the
Company.
A proposed form of prearranged funeral plan submitted for filing by Loewen
Holdings Limited, the owner of S. Bowell & Sons, Vancouver, has been returned
to the company for revision.   Resubmission is expected in 1971.
The trust accounts of approved and filed prearranged funeral plans were
checked by the Commission's staff in 1970.
CEMETERIES
Establishment and Enlargement of Cemeteries
Eight applications for a certificate of public interest received prior to 1970
and three applications received during 1970 resulted in the Commission granting
certificates of public interest to five applicants to establish or enlarge a cemetery,
as shown in Table 1.
Of the six remaining applications, one was cancelled due to the site being
unacceptable to the Health authorities. The other five applications are expected
to be completed by the applicants and dealt with in 1971.
Permission was given for a burial on noncemetery land in a remote part of
the Chilcotin area at Tatla Lake. Since this type of burial was the fourth of its
kind in the area, the Commission requested the family to apply for a certificate of
public interest to establish a cemetery at Tatla Lake. Survey of the proposed
cemetery-site is expected in 1971.
Holy Trinity Parish, New Westminster, proposed the establishment of a Memorial Garden adjacent to the cathedral for the free burial of "ashes" in unmarked
graves, with the name of the deceased being recorded in a special Memorial Book.
This type of garden for public use and burial when desired may be regarded as a
cemetery. It is expected that a request for a certificate of public interest wUl be
made by the parish under minimum requirements in 1971.
Approved Burial Areas
In all cemeteries commercially operated or established under a certificate of
public interest, no part of the cemetery may be used for burial until the area to be
 42 BRITISH COLUMBIA
used is approved by the Commission.    In 1970 the Commission established by
regulation approved burial areas in cemeteries, as set out in Table 2.
Valley View Memorial Gardens Limited applied to establish additional approved burial areas in its cemetery. The areas needed further work, resulting in
rejection of the application. A revised application was made for a smaller fully
developed area and is expected to be completed in 1971.
Cemetery Boards and Cemetery Trustees
A number of cemeteries on Crown land are operated by Cemetery Boards
appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in CouncU on recommendation of the Commission. A number of cemeteries not on Crown land may be owned and operated
by groups of trustees elected according to the terms of the trust or appointed by
the Lieutenant-Governor in CouncU upon recommendation of the Commission.
During 1970, three Cemetery Boards were established and 16 board members
appointed, together with one trustee, as set out in Table 3.
Tranfers of Cemetery Ownership
The operation of cemeteries in small communities is often dealt with on a
part-time volunteer basis by public-spirited persons. However, the increasing
demand on cemetery facilities often requires full-time care and administration
beyond the resources of the operators. A local municipality is sometimes willing
to take over such a cemetery. The Commission does not discourage the transfer of
cemetery ownership to any organization better equipped to deal with the cemetery
operation, provided always that there is a genuine desire by all parties for such a
change.
Four applications to transfer ownership of a cemetery were received in 1970
and resulted in permission being granted by the Commission to transfer the ownership of three cemeteries, as detaUed in Table 4.
The Union of the Spiritual Communities of Christ, which operates the Douk-
hobor cemetery on Crown land at Brilliant, applied for transfer of the land ownership of this cemetery to themselves. Approval of this transfer was withheld due to
technical matters relating to possible high-water conditions in the future. Should
the situation change, the matter of transfer may be reopened at a later date.
Cemetery Rules and By-laws
In 1970 a number of municipalities and other cemetery operators, utilizing the
Commission's specimen form of by-law as a guide, prepared by-laws for the operation of their cemeteries. FoUowing examination of the by-laws, and after suggestions for revision in many cases, the Commission accepted for filing 19 municipal
cemetery by-laws and three nonmunicipal cemetery by-laws, as shown in Table 5.
Cemetery Rates
During the year a number of cemetery operators submitted for the Commission's acceptance and filing their initial schedule of rates. Others submitted amendments to rates previously filed. The rate schedules and amendments to rates
accepted by the Commission for fifing in 1970 are shown in Table 6.
VaUey View Memorial Gardens Limited applied for considerably increased
rates for grave-space goods and services, entailing a complete revision of its tariff.
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Further information from the Company on financial matters is awaited. It is
expected that the application and a financial review to 1970 will be completed in
1971.
Cemetery Care and Maintenance Funds
During the year, work continued on the Care Fund accounts of Victory Memorial Gardens Limited. In addition, the operations of Greencrest Memorial
Gardens Limited, Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens Limited, and Colwood Cemetery
Company were examined in respect to their Care Funds.
Work was completed in 1970 on the Care Fund accounts of Forest Lawn
Cemetery Company, Ocean View Burial Park Company, Ocean View Abbey
(1928) Limited, and Valley View Memorial Gardens Limited. These accounts
were then passed before the Supreme Court, as required by the regulations under
the Cemeteries Act.
The Commission amended the Care Fund regulations for Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens Limited requiring the Fund to reach an amount equivalent to $8,000
per acre (of burial area developed and approved) before the Fund's earnings could
be released to the company. Later, the company applied for permission to use the
earnings of the Fund which then exceeded in size the amount required by the
regulation. By order dated June 24, 1970, the Commission granted permission to
the company to use the earnings of the Care Fund for maintenance of its cemetery.
Colwood Burial Park, near Victoria, came under the management of Colwood
Improvement Company Limited in 1970. To bring this burial park into Une with
the adjoining cemeteries operated by the company, the Commission amended its
regulations to require the company to set aside in the Care Fund the sum of $25
out of the purchase price of each plot it sells in the burial park.
The VUlage of Ashcroft operates and maintains an old, established cemetery
which is nearly full. The number of burials per year is small, and under these conditions the need to establish a Care Fund according to the regulations under the
Cemeteries Act was not warranted. Therefore, the Commission granted to the village in respect to this cemetery a permanent waiver of the Care Fund regulations,
which was confirmed by Order in Council 2862, approved August 28, 1970.
A temporary waiver of part of the requirements of the Care Fund regulations
for Colwood Cemetery Company, Greencrest Memorial Gardens Limited, and
Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens Limited was continued in 1970 due to the situation
of the companies concerned.
Upon the request of municipalities, the Commission carefully considered its
regulation dealing with the investment of municipal cemetery Care Funds. As a
result, the regulation was amended to permit municipalities wider scope for the safe
investment of these funds.
During the year, various cemetery Care Fund allocations and investments were
examined by the Commission's staff for compliance with regulations.
In recent years the need for continuous care of a cemetery has been recognized
by cemetery operators. During 1970, seven Care Funds were established, as shown
in Table 7.
Conversion and Renovation of Cemeteries
In cemeteries established years ago, graves were usually sold without perpetual
care. Those responsible for the care of the graves passed away and many such
graves became neglected. The owners of this type of cemetery are often faced with
considerable expense in returning neglected graves to a reasonable condition and
providing for their maintenance.  Therefore, with the Commission's consent, they
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seek ways to improve the appearance of the cemetery. One method of dealing with
the problem is to convert the cemetery (or part of it) in stages to a lawn-type operation by removing curbs and cappings from the graves, grading the area, and laying
the memorials in a horizontal position. The conversion to lawn creates a neat-
appearing cemetery acceptable to faster maintenance techniques and often produces
additional space for graves which is welcome in cemeteries fast becoming fuU. These
spaces also provide an additional source of revenue.
During 1970 the Commission granted to the City of Vancouver permission
to proceed with Renovation Projects 5 and 6 in the Jones I and II Sections of
Mountain View Cemetery, covering approximately 22 acres. Both projects were
advertised and aU inquiries answered. Project 5, covering an area of 10 acres, was
completed in 1970. Project 6, covering an area of approximately 12 acres, is
expected to be completed in 1971.
Colwood Improvement Company Limited, the manager of Colwood Burial
Park, an old cemetery at Colwood near Victoria, applied for permission to remove
curbs and cappings from graves where the next-of-kin or interested party could not
be found and no care was being given. The Commission approved the proposal and
amended its previous Regulation 14.002 to permit Colwood Improvement Company
Limited to carry out the removals under certain conditions and subject to the Commission's approval in each case. The amended regulation was approved by Order
in Council 4149, December 15, 1970.
The City of Port Alberni appUed to the Commission for permission to convert
to a lawn-type operation its old, established Greenwood Cemetery. A proposed
by-law to provide for the cemetery's conversion and operation was also submitted.
The Commission required the city to advertise its proposal. It is expected that
further work on the proposal wiU be needed in 1971.
Two old cemeteries no longer in use were the subject of investigation for the
purpose of renovation. A private person interested in the old cemetery at Atlin was
given information by the Commission for the purpose of a possible renovation, in
co-operation with the local cemetery board, to preserve this old cemetery and its
headboards. The Granby Mining Company Limited, in co-operation with local
historical societies, indicated that it was willing to carry out some renovation on the
old cemetery which once served the City of Phoenix, abandoned over 50 years ago.
The Commission approved the proposal under certain conditions and provided
information on the state of the cemetery and the layout of graves. A brief history
of the site was given to the Parks Branch of the Department of Recreation and Conservation, who in turn provided information to the interested parties on the methods
of preservation of headboards and headstones.
Closure of Cemeteries and Sale of Property
The Roman Catholic Bishop of Victoria noted in an application to the Commission for release of property previously approved for cemetery use in 1937 that
the property had not been developed or used, no burials had been made, and the
need for such a cemetery had long since ceased to exist. The Commission permitted
release of the site for other use, and the original approval was rescinded by Order
in Council 329, approved February 2, 1970.
The City of Dawson Creek, owner of the old Roman Catholic Cemetery at
Dawson Creek, declared the cemetery closed to further burials. The Commission
recognized the closure and set the conditions for maintenance of the cemetery by
Regulation 17.014, approved by Order in CouncU 2863, August 28, 1970.
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The City of Dawson Creek maintains the old Presbyterian Cemetery at Dawson
Creek, owned by the Presbyterian Church Committee. The committee has ceased to
exist and the city has declared the old cemetery closed to further burials. The Commission recognized the closure and the City of Dawson Creek as the administrator
of this old cemetery and set the conditions for maintenance of the cemetery by
Regulation 17.013, approved by Order in Council 2864, August 28, 1970.
The Commission consented to the sale of part of the unused portion of the old
Chinese Cemetery at Kamloops, no longer needed for burials. The remainder of this
cemetery is to be transferred to the Crown for the purpose of creating a local administration for its continued operation as a Chinese Cemetery.
Applications for disposal of part of the undeveloped land of Forest Lawn
Cemetery Company, and the desire expressed by the Anglican Synod of the Diocese
of Caledonia for disposal of the unused part of the Chilco Cemetery, are expected
to be ready for decision in 1971.
General
During the year the Commission dealt with a number of complaints concerning
burials, transfer of plot payment from one cemetery to another, encroachment of
cemetery fences on private property, the condition of memorials, sales methods,
refunds, exhumations, and caskets damaged upon exhumation. The Commission
also dealt with inquiries concerning the establishment and operation of cemeteries,
crematoria, and other matters. The complaints were resolved and permission was
granted to six applicants to carry out an exhumation.
The principal shareholders of Colwood Burial Park Company are the owners
of the grave spaces in the cemetery, and most of these shareholders are deceased.
None of the remaining shareholders have made themselves avaUable to form a management. To keep the area attractive, the task of management had been assumed
by Colwood Improvement Company Limited, the operator of two adjacent lawn
cemeteries. This company agreed to continue its management of the burial park,
and its appointment as the authorized managing company was confirmed by order
of the Commission dated December 7, 1970.
To replace the Supervisor appointed by the Commission in 1969 for General
Services (Administrative) Limited, Greencrest Memorial Gardens Limited, Cedar
Valley Memorial Gardens Limited, and Colwood Improvement Company Limited,
the Commission appointed a Trustee-Administrator by order dated AprU 3, 1970.
Work on the annual review of the financial standing of various cemeteries was
continued. A review of the financial standing of Valley View Memorial Gardens
Limited up to 1970 was also continued and is expected to be completed in 1971.
The Commission ordered Victory Memorial Gardens Limited to have its accounts audited by a chartered accountant and to supply the Commission with an
audited 1969 financial statement before October 31, 1970. Due to the Company's
financial situation, it has been unable to comply with the order. However, at the
instigation of the Commission a set of unaudited financial statements is currently
being prepared.
General Services (Administrative) Limited, on behaU of cemeteries at Colwood, Nanaimo, and Kelowna, applied for amendment of the cemetery regulations
which prohibits memorials on empty graves. The company wished to sell memorials
to persons before their death and to install the memorial on an empty grave space
also sold to the person before need. The Commission rejected the proposal.
The trustees of the company holding a mortgage on unused property owned
by Victory Memorial Gardens Limited indicated a desire to realize on a portion of
their investment.   In addition, the manager of Victory Memorial Gardens Cemetery
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made application to the Commission on his own behalf requesting, firstly, that the
Commission permit him to purchase the cemetery from the present owners, Victory
Memorial Gardens Limited; secondly, to grant him a certificate of public interest to
establish a crematorium within the cemetery grounds; and, thirdly, to permit the
cemetery operation, presently restricted to the use of veterans and their relatives,
to be extended for use of the public generaUy. The situation is extremely complex
and at year's end clarification was being sought on many aspects of the matter.
An apparently abandoned cemetery was discovered in Mount Robson Park.
The Provincial Department of Recreation and Conservation agreed to fence and
keep the cemetery in a neat and tidy condition.
The City of Vancouver made a renewed proposal to dispose of grave spaces
(40-year lease tenure). Since the operating life of the present cemetery is insufficient for such a procedure, the city also inquired whether it could hold other land
for future cemetery use. The city was informed of the mattters to be covered in its
application for leasing graves and was notified that establishment of a cemetery is
dependent upon obtaining a certificate of public interest from the Commission. No
further submissions in this regard were made by the city in 1970.
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established cemeteries and proposed cemetery-sites. Considerable work was done
in clarifying matters connected with the ownership of land, and guidance was given
to cemetery operators in the operation and maintenance of their cemeteries.
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