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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1971/72
Pursuant  to  the  Provisions  of  the
Audit Act, Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960
Interim Financial Statements
For the Nine Months Ended December 31
1971
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1972
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 To Colonel the Honourable John R. Nicholson, P.C, O.B.E., Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of the
Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the Audit Act, chapter 22,
R.S.B.C. 1960.
Respectfully submitted.
W. A. C. BENNETT
Premier and Minister of Finance
Department of Finance,
Victoria, January 20, 1972
 Victoria, British Columbia, January 20, 1972
The Honourable W.A.C. Bennett, P.C, LL.D., D.Pol.Sc,
Premier and Minister of Finance.
Sir—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the Audit Act, chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960,
the following:
Page
(A) Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the first Nine Months
of the Fiscal Year 1971/72, viz., April 1, 1971 to December 31, 1971. The
statements of account are presented on an accrual basis to show as nearly as
possible the operations of the interim period under review (section 43(a)).
(1) Summary of Interim Statements of Revenue and Expenditure.... 5
(2) Details of Revenue  6
(3) Details of Expenditure  8
(4) Expenditure (Revenue Surplus Appropriation)  15
(B) Statement of Special Warrants Issued (section 25 (4))  16
(C) Statement of Payments Charged Against 1971/72 Appropriations
Which Did Not Occur Within the Period of Account (section 37 (e) )  17
(D) Statement of Expenditures on Services During 1970/71 Fiscal Year
Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations (section 43 (b))  18
(E) Statement of Treasury Board Overrulings (section 36)  20
Respectfully submitted.
J. W. MINTY, CA.
Comptroller-General
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(Al)
INTERIM STATEMENTS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE
NINE MONTHS APRIL 1 TO DECEMBER 31,  1971
Estimated for
12 Months to
Mar. 31, 1972
Interim Period
Apr. 1 to
Dec. 31, 1971
$15,500,000
328,000,000
338,000,000
205,700,000
17,610,000
2,250,000
10,000,000
264,972,415
98,400,000
20,800,000
$1,301,232,415
$790,286
132,348
9,913,986
33,699,623
1,159,598
398,023,562
21,247,704
264,054,705
157,969,221
3,234,498
5,502,972
60,631,692
5,653,720
60,394,454
98,876,844
579,125
29,810,510
8,753,087
3,599,035
136,615,096
50,534
$1,300,692,600
REVENUE
Property Taxes  _ 	
Social Services, Fuel Taxes, Etc __ 	
Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and Succession Duties .
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties...
Sales and Service Fees  —_   _	
Fines and Penalties  	
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange __ __
Contributions From Other Governments 	
Contributions From Government Enterprises —	
Miscellaneous Revenue   	
Total Budgetary Revenue.
Accelerated Payments Under Federal Capital Assistance Agreement.
Total Revenue.- _   	
EXPENDITURE
Legislation __  	
Premier's Office  	
Department of Agriculture 	
Department of the Attorney-General.___.
Department of Commercial Transport _
Department of Education 	
Department of Finance _
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance _
Department of Highways _
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and Commerce _
Department of Labour..—   	
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources 	
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources 	
Department of Municipal Affairs. 	
Department of the Provincial Secretary	
Public Utilities Commission.  	
Department of Public Works  	
Department of Recreation and Conservation	
Department of Travel Industry__
Department of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement..
Ministers Without Portfolio-— __ _ __	
Total Budgetary Expenditure. 	
Other:
Advances to British Columbia Harbours Board-
Accelerated Park Development Act	
$15,201,449
288,891,366
276,346,859
136,919,011
15,826,157
1,778,210
9,766,865
207,837,623
80,615,753
10,855,884
$1,044,039,177
25,601,080
$1,069,640,257
4
26,
290
14
187,
138.
2
1
49.
5
43
82
2
116.
$42,140
89,569
,978,880
.980,998
758,533
,199,095
.145,244
,356,815
,095,483
,181,494
,864,298
,808,852
,826,628
,413,360
,362,595
425,488
,409,332
,043,996
,453,305
,437,379
41,623
$998,915,107
1,160,891
8,344,754
Total, Including Capital Expenditure Out of Income  _	
Balance:
Excess of Budgetary Revenue Over Expenditure  $35,61
Accelerated   Payments   Under   Federal   Capital   Assistance Agreement          25,601,080
S.425
; 1,008,420,752
61,219,505
$1,069,640,257
 S 6 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 2)
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE NINE MONTHS APRIL 1 TO
DECEMBER 31, 1971
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
Source
Revenue for 9 Months
Ended Dec. 31, 1971
$15,500,000
$3,133,895
183,106,190
77,274,628
7,087,960
1,537,852
13,746,673
3,004,168
$15,201,449
Social Services, Fuel Taxes, Etc.:
Pari Mutuel Betting Tax
$3,500,000
200,000,000
93,500,000
7,000,000
3,000,000
18,500,000
2,500,000
Fuel-oil Tax
Personal and Corporation Income Taxes and Succession Duties	
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or Royalties:
$328,000,000
$27,750,000
2,856,329
354,417
2,214,838
4,794,310
176,530
483,294
4,210,427
39,600,871
34,948,328
198,043
1,264,227
4,240,929
60,420
196,999
3,386,136
263,851
119,141
1,048,098
665,669
17,779
32,441
149,184
123,722
4,875,000
810,684
94,020
59,545
314
367,085
59,551
146,401
35,482
1,314,946
288,891,366
$338,000,000
276,346,859
$37,000,000
3,200,000
450,000
Natural Resources:
Lands and Forests:
2,600,000
15,000,000
200,000
650,000
6,200,000
58,000,000
49,000,000
Minerals:
250,000
1,650,000
13,000,000
100,000
280,000
4,000,000
370,000
Mining Receipts, General _	
Other:
300,000
1,500,000
725,000
475,000
50,000
175,000
200,000
6,500,000
1,150,000
95,000
60,000
100,000
550,000
50,000
250,000
70 OOO
Real Estate Act	
1,500,000
$205,700,000
136,919,011
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72 S 7
Details of Revenue for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1971—Continued
$1,000,000
210,000
200,000
500,000
6,000,000
450,000
250,000
9,000,000
$17,610,000
$2,250,000
$10,000,000
$1,672,415
100,000
250,000,000
12,500,000
700,000
$264,972,415
Sales and Service Fees:
Sales:
Land Sales 	
Sale of Maps and Air Photos._
Services:
Administration Act: Fees _
Land-clearing Receipts 	
Land Registry Fees	
Sheriffs' Fees  	
Vital Statistics.....
Sundry Services.
Fines and Penalties: Court Fees and Fines  	
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange: Miscellaneous Interest
Contributions from Other Governments:
Canada Statutory Subsidies	
Canada Percentage of Power Corporation Tax	
Canada Share of Joint Service Programmes in Lieu of Opting Out
Municipal Share of Joint Service Programmes  	
Other Provinces -	
$70,000,000
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
$54,675,000
24,240,848
1,699,905
26,500,000
1,900,000
Miscellaneous:
$98,400,000
$6,090,227
4,765,657
80,615,753
$7,800,000
13,000,000
$20,800,000
10,855,884
$1,301,232,415
$1,044,039,177
Accelerated Payments Under Federal Capital Assistance Agreement
$25,601,080
$1,069,640,257
$1,120,723
143,733
90,145
471,350
5,814,649
297,995
189,970
7,697,592
$836,208
192,658,536
14,126,701
216,178
$15,826,157
1,778,210
9,766,865
207,837,623
 S 8
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A3)
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE NINE MONTHS APRIL 1 TO
DECEMBER 31, 1971
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
No. of                                         _.
Vote                                          Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1971
$790,286
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Stat.
S.W
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
Stat.
S.W
42.
43.
44.
45.
$42,140
$132,348
89,569
Department of Agriculture:
$39,284
$31,233
3,251,094
2,343,796
470,400
300,691
296,150
212,277
29,560
12,518
12,000
14,870
95,748
Milk Board                                                                        	
69,253
10
10
201,990
136,438
900,000
480,123
78,800
Pest Control   	
65,589
750
215
37,000
7,099
1,200
210
4,500,000
1,272,276
21,636
10,646
Department of the Attorney-General :
Administration:
Attorney-General's Office      _ _._  	
$9,913,986
4,978,880
$58,116
460,004
$48,670
355,343
6,500
1,730
791,550
Justice and Courts:
658,409
125,000
121,522
1,886,500
2,084,085
21,000
12,447
1,575,836
1,394,477
475,364
605,766
Sheriffs' Offices — __ _  	
353,858
511,145
1,628,964
Registration:
1,297,254
238,406
190,339
2,793,928
2,109,532
362,296
166,100
Trustees:
Public Trustee's Office —	
Regulation and Inspection:
278,225
119,217
258,306
188,633
87,158
61,194
252,582
43,614
Fire Marshal's Office    .__. _  	
157,507
31,567
128,046
78,836
6,989,504
Police Services:
5,859,998
186,190
250,000
Sundry Incidental Police Expenses	
14,467,087
Corrections:
10.851,756
27,996
19,912
2,700
6,452
Department of Commercial Transport:
$33,699,623
26,980,998
$15,460
$9,559
100,142
65,814
132,284
73,175
911,712
609,985
$1,159,598
758,533
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72 S 9
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1971—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1971
$52,510
3,028,658
637,270
5,718,966
1,074,528
131,941,620
15,000,000
232,500,000
7,680,000
350,000
40,000
10
$53,452
279,126
1,518,610
500,000
474,172
733,000
450,000
600,000
545,000
5,963,960
738,208
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
Department of Education :
Minister's Office 	
General Administration	
Correspondence School.
Curriculum Resources Branch — __ _  	
Jericho Hill School    	
Post-secondary Education and Training	
Capital Expenditures, Provincial Technical and Vocational
Schools, and Grants to School Districts _._- — _..
Grants to School Districts (proportionate)  	
Teachers' Superannuation Fund
Night-school Grants and Training Programmes  	
Education of Soldiers' Dependent Children and Expenses-
Advances re Rural School and Library Taxes .	
$398,023,562
$5,370
58.
252,986
59.
573,582
60.
577,982
61.
1,221,514
62.
495,752
63.
315,018
64.
266,050
65.
474,902
66.
10
67.
72,458
68.
2,335,454
69.
47,500
70.
37,750
71.
72.
125,000
192,600
73.
100,000
74.
10
75.
10
76.
200
77.
900,000
78.
9,000,000
79.
150,000
80.
100,000
81.
2,000,000
82.
2,000,000
83.
3,556
84.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
Stat.
S.W
S.W.
$21,247,704
Department of Finance:
Minister's Office.— 	
General Administration ..
Controlling and Audit Branch...
Data Processing Branch 	
Consumer Taxation Branch	
Real Property Taxation Branch-
Income Taxation Branch	
Assessment Equalization Act	
Purchasing Commission 	
Langford Warehouse	
Home-owner Assistance 	
Government Agencies, Etc.-	
Courts of Revision   _.
Assessment Appeal Board	
Printing Public Accounts,
ceipts, Licences, Etc	
Temporary Assistance.
Estimates,  Bonds,  Revenue  Re-
Incidentals and Contingencies .  	
Civil Service Superannuation Act   	
Members of Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act	
Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905 	
Interest on Trust Deposits _	
Salary Contingencies and Adjustments (All Departments)..
Expense Contingencies (All Departments) 	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories (All Departments)	
Rural Power Subsidy-
Metropolitan Transit Subsidy..
Nancy Sloan Act   	
Municipal Act.
Municipal Treatment Plant Assistance Act _..	
Unclaimed Money Deposits Act _„__	
Advances to Regional Districts, Etc	
Cemetery Companies Act— .—	
, 9, and 17. Ex. Gratia Payment for Hospital Care..
. (Credit)
. 27. Grant to City of Vancouver Toward Development of Botanical Display Garden _     ....	
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance:
Minister's Office  __ — _ 	
Accounting Division  __   __ __
Public Health Services:
General Services _.   	
Development of Alternative Care Facilities .
Division of Rehabilitation _ 	
Grants for Health Agencies 	
Cancer Control (Including Grants, Etc.).—
Public Health Research ___ 	
Grants re Local Health Services 	
Local Health Services   __	
Division of Laboratories 	
$38,484
2,014,767
386,111
3,835,253
729,974
100,852,477
3,364,783
174,000,000
4,791,414
162,073
23,749
10
$196,679
433,147
420,878
907,848
344,341
205,445
181,469
350,351
10
65,000
1,784,058
51,133
42,448
165,260
102,104
10
10
749,223
5,210,285
17,171
14,008
1,500,000
1,500,000
1,129
13,931
226
229,034
3,093
3,910
111,111
$43,828
193,350
988,843
42,773
333,173
408,352
283,265
354,531
4,465,331
622,367
$290,199,095
14,145,244
 S 10 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1971—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1971
$636,750
212,434
940,649
2,769,955
1,034,422
1,259,994
3,305,139
35,309,692
206,730,142
$264,054,705
$9,000
3,474,854
39,173,232
80,000,000
900,000
120,000
926,460
20,775
3,500,000
29,844,900
$157,969,221
$36,390
110,434
258,481
371,630
1,885,628
59,338
47,597
10,000
75.000
45,000
15,000
320,000
$3,234,498
$9,900
873,484
206,386
3,888,510
110,192
402,500
12,000
$5,502,972
Department of Health Services and Hospital Insurance—
Continued
Public Health Services—Continued
96. Division of Vital Statistics. -	
97. Division of Venereal Disease Control  —	
Division of Tuberculosis Control:
Administrative and Out-patient Care 	
In-patient Care
98.
99.
S.W. 20
S.W. 26
100.
101.
102.
103.
S.W. 3.
Assistance to Drug Addiction Centres 	
Administration of Hearing Aid Regulation Act-
Mental Health Services:
General Administration	
Division of Nursing Education _	
Community Services	
In-patient Care.
Grant to Penticton and District Society for the Mentally
Handicapped.
S.W. 8, 13, 19, and 28. Grants under the Treatment Resources Act -
Hospital Insurance Services:
104. Hospital Insurance Service-  	
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
111.
112.
113.
114.
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS:
Minister's Office	
General Administration  _ —	
Roads,   Bridges,   Ferries,   Wharves,   and   Tunnels—Maintenance and Operation, Repairs, Snow and Ice Removal	
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries—Capital Construction _.
Hydro-development Highways—Capital Construction 	
Vehicle Damage Claims	
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, Etc _	
Grants and Subsidies   _  	
Purchase of New Equipment 	
British Columbia Ferries   —	
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
126.
Department of Industrial Development, Trade, and
Commerce :
Minister's Office :   	
General Administration  	
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London,
England   __.
Economics and Statistics Branch    _ ___
Data Processing Centre —	
Industrial and Trade Office	
British Columbia House, California   	
Temporary Assistance —   —	
Advertising and Publicity   —	
Trade Promotion   	
Provincial Exhibits, British Columbia Building
Grants to British Columbia Research Council....
Department of Labour:
127.     Minister's Office-.	
128.
129.
130.
131.
132.
133.
S.W. 21. Conference, Canadian Association of Administrators of Labour Legislation  — 	
General Administration and Labour Standards...
Factories Branch-  	
Apprenticeship and Industrial Training Branch .
Labour Relations Branch _	
Mediation Commission   _ 	
Motor-vehicles and Accessories  	
$453,429
151,298
651,452
2,118,989
577,881
568,404
1,402,563
24,544,566
38,500
195,649
148,918,267
$4,007
2,633,010
30,871,655
73,773,602
855,805
71,751
683,377
11,811
1,838,216
27,352,249
$26,052
72,713
126,176
203,057
1,249,348
36,901
43,496
61,496
115,306
6,949
240,000
$35,410
642,503
158,291
639,826
85,489
301,501
1,278
$187,356,815
138,095,483
2,181,494
1,864,298
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72 S 11
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1971—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1971
$37,200
255,632
856,198
300,000
2,253,491
10
21,802,190
4,681,790
27,800
223,086
86,950
173,550
17,500
2,956,850
2,500,000
1,337,575
10
1,669,750
225,000
20,000
2,235,666
143,916
733,460
25,000
21,500
49,044
779,390
1,305,000
225,000
94,000
6,700,000
105,000
343,092
1,147,444
299,598
7,000,000
$60,631,692
$45,620
1,783,600
34,500
500,000
250,000
2,750,000
40,000
100,000
150,000
$5,653,720
$45,700
463,754
515,000
5,000,000
54,370,000
$60,394,454
134.
135.
136.
137.
138.
139.
S.W
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
168.
169.
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources:
Minister's Office     	
Lands Service:
General Administration _ 	
Lands Branch _._. — __   -
Pre-servicing Crown Lands for Sale or Lease .
Surveys and Mapping Branch.
179.
180.
181.
182.
183.
University Endowment Lands Administration Act 	
1. Expenditure Authorized for the Environment and Land Use
Committee    	
Forest Service:
General Administration, Protection,  and Management of
Forests —        	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery  	
Forestry and Correction Camp Programme .— 	
Forest Research .—     -	
Public Information and Education  — 	
Forest Service Training School    — 	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association-
Engineering Services and Forest-development Roads .
Fire Suppression   	
Forest Inventory  	
Scaling Fund   	
Silviculture     	
Grazing Range Improvement Fund	
Peace River Community Pastures .
Reservoir Waterway Improvements..
Water Resources Service:
General Administration	
Water Rights Branch..
Assistance to Improvement Districts	
Canadian Council of Resource Ministers	
Inspector of Dykes  — 	
Water Investigations Branch  	
Investigations, Hydraulic Surveys, and Projects-
Environmental Quality Studies 	
Okanagan Flood Control-
Canada-British Columbia Joint Development Act-
British Columbia Hydrometric Stream-gauging	
Southern Okanagan Lands Project _ 	
Pollution Control — 	
Laboratory Services	
Preparation of Libby Reservoir..
170.
171.
172.
173.
174.
175.
176.
177.
178.
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration  —	
Grants and Subsidies 	
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails   —
Grants in Aid of Roads and Trails, Petroleum and Natural
Gas   	
Construction of Cassiar-Stewart Road    —-
Grub-staking Prospectors  -—  	
Special Mineral Surveys    —
Iron Bounty Act    	
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's Office — - —
General Administration _ —	
Grants and Subsidies —	
Housing and Urban Renewal  - 	
Grants   in   Aid   of   Local   Government   and   Home-owners
Subsidies (proportionate)    	
S.W. 25 and 29. Expenditures under Job Opportunity Programme	
$26,170
187,879
638,715
103,930
1,642,501
10
49,372
16,830,057
3,781,823
4,235
160,292
61,385
92,391
13,200
2,204,610
10,925,695
1,055,653
10
1,037,975
131,837
19,369
1,703,912
71,412
545,228
12,300
21,420
31,857
544,789
638,334
15,759
70,251
1,648,518
35,528
296,588
635,819
180,285
4,389,743
$26,014
1,308,889
32,338
247,858
29,583
4,082,720
19,856
79,040
330
$33,493
310,978
363,307
1,853,860
40,667,112
184,610
$49,808,852
5,826,628
43,413,360
 S 12 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1971—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
No. of                                            Service
Vote                                       service
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1971
$57,128
73,166
152,022
1,108,924
184.
185.
186.
187.
188.
189.
190.
191.
192.
193.
194.
195.
196.
197.
198.
199.
200.
201.
202.
203.
204.
205.
206.
207.
208.
S.W
209.
210.
211.
212.
213.
214.
215.
216.
217.
218.
219.
Stat
220.
221.
222.
223.
224.
225.
226.
227.
228.
229.
230.
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office  - - — 	
$40,898
58,605
114,570
1,061,253
201,092
143,246
131,595
208,406
381,414
600,000
282,790
570,972
10
66,880
Queen's Printer    — — -	
10
47,609
41,142
16,459
1,000,000
75,000
70,000,000
1,765,000
4,200,000
275,000
300,000
200,000
2,000,000
500,000
740,500
115,514
100,000
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown)—Workmen's Compen-
791,516
47,823
58,174,431
1,327,167
2,957,318
233,336
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes and Recreational
225,000
Centennial Celebrations '71  -  	
Restoration and Maintenance of Historical Sites  — 	
2,000,000
417,646
495,841
151,323
763,023
15,000
9,761
100,000
467,586
Civil Service Commission:
350,143
102,165
75,000
Grants re Civil Service—Gratuities under sec. 77 of Civil
150,000
355,238
Retiring Allowances—Civil Service Act, sec. 70, and other
Government employees  - 	
Superannuation Branch:
200,730
269,375
10,146,597
12,060,000
53,000
1,300,000
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act
36,000
951,932
175,822
125,113
64,000
18,348
Public Utilities Commission:
Public Utilities Act, Cemeteries Act, and Prearranged Fun-
$98,876,844
$82,362,595
$246,503
$187,300
237,100
1,088
332,622
Department of Public Works:
$579,125
425,488
$34,725
$24,988
419,792
297,978
10,896,468
13,141,569
12,500,000
9,302,965
2,500,000
1,942,167
1,214,424
944,766
Department of Recreation and Conservation:
$29,810,510
23,409,332
$51,270
$35,870
170,424
126,885
503,418
376,235
42,115
66,734
2,727,979
2,056,219
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72 S 13
Details of Expenditure for the Nine Months April 1 to December 31, 1971—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1972
No. of                                         (.
Vote                                          Servlce
Expenditure for
9 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 1971
$3,808,262
231.
232.
233.
234.
235.
236.
237.
238.
239.
240.
241.
242.
243.
244.
245.
246.
247.
248.
249.
250.
251.
252.
253.
254.
255.
Othe
Stat.
Stat.
Department of Recreation and Conservation—Continued
$3,114,549
2,012,548
279,575
1,150,000
275,000
Department of Travel Industry:
$8,753,087
$2,384
26,568
257,769
1,876,248
75,070
215,266
$8,043,996
$3,850
37,838
394,514
2,743,600
120,885
298,348
Department of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement:
$3,599,035
$31,556
117,022
43,817
3,884,748
143,421
108,148,436
294,446
256,050
191,315
208,768
610,515
320,425
180,208
285,874
1,720,778
2,453,305
$42,728
160,768
55,202
5,284,296
212,982
125,000,000
393,429
Social Assistance and Rehabilitation Division	
349,944
500,000
301,598
Child Welfare Division—Administration  _	
Provincial Alliance of Businessmen— — -	
885,511
490,038
302,600
386,000
2,250,000
Blind Persons' Allowances  -	
Disabled Persons' Allowances-  	
$136,615,096
116,437,379
$50,534
41,623
r:
1,160,891
8,344,754
Accelerated Park Development Act- -  	
Total, Including Capital Expenditure Out of Income ...
$1,008,420,752
 S 14
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 4)
STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SPECIFIC
PURPOSES, APRIL 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971
Nil.
Accelerated Park Development Act, chaper 1, 1971   $8,344,754.
Note—Reported as other expenditure (p. S 13).
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72
S 15
(B)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SESSIONS
OF 1971 AND 1972
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
Aug. 31, 1971
May 6, 1971...
Jan. 4, 1972...
Jan.19, 1972.
June 29, 1971.
Jan. 19, 1972
May 27, 1971
Jan.19,1972
Jan. 19, 1972
June 11, 1971
July 27, 1971.
Oct. 14, 1971
Jan. 19, 1972.
Dec. 6, 1971.
Oct. 19, 1971.
July 14, 1971.
Aug. 31, 1971
Oct. 19, 1971.
Dec. 6,1971..
Oct. 19, 1971.
May 13, 1971.
Dec. 1, 1971-
Jan. 13, 1972
Jan. 19, 1972.
Jan. 19, 1972
Jan. 19, 1972
Aug. 31,1971"
Nov. 25, 1971
Nov. 25, 1971
Jan. 19, 1972.
12
2
36
40
7
41
42
43
6
9
17
53
27
13
19
28
20
3
26
39
44
45
46
23
21
47
TO MEET EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1972
Department of Agriculture
Supplementing Vote 8—Women's Institutes	
Freight assistance programme on grain produced and
shipped from Creston-Wynndel area _	
Department of the Attorney-General
Supplementing Vote 19—General Adminstration	
Supplementing Vote 23—Administration of Justice	
Supplementing Vote 30—Motor-vehicle Branch _.
Supplementing Vote 38—Policing by Royal Canadian
Mounted Police     	
Study of motor-vehicle noise monitoring —	
Department of Education
Supplementing Vote 51—Post-secondary Education and
Training  _ _	
Government's share of Unemployment Insurance Premiums (Teachers) for the period January 2 to March
31, 1972 ..._ 	
Department of Finance
Ex-gratia payment re Hospital Care 	
Ex-gratia payment re Hospital Care  	
Ex-gratia payment re Hospital Care _ -.	
Ex-gratia payment re Hospital Care  	
Grant  to  City  of  Vancouver  toward  development  of
Botanical Display Garden 	
Department of Health Services and
Hospitai Insurance
Supplementing Vote 89—Division of Rehabilitation .
Grants under the Treatment Resources Act —	
Grants under the Treatment Resources Act	
Grant under the Treatment Resources Act	
Grant under the Treatment Resources Act.. _	
Assistance to Drug Addiction Centres	
Grant to Penticton and District Society for the Mentally
Handicapped   _	
Administration of Hearing Aid Regulation Act	
Grant to The Granville School   	
Department of Highways
Supplementing Vote 107 — Roads, Bridges, Ferries,
Wharves, and Tunnels—Maintenance and Operation,
Repairs, Snow and Ice Removal 	
Supplementing Vote 108—Roads and Ferries—Capital
Construction 	
Supplementing Vote 114—British Columbia Ferries.—	
Department of Industrial Development, Trade,
and Commerce
Supplementing Vote 124—Trade Promotion	
Department of Labour
Supplementing Vote 127—Minister's Office_  	
Conference—Canadian Association of Administrators of
Labour Legislation.   _	
Expenses of arbitration between British Columbia Hydro
and Power Authority and International Brotherhood
of Electrical Workers, Local Union 258	
$3,000
$2,870
20,000
10,646
10,000
500,000
295,590
197,585
162,575
500,000
8,000
6,452
365,000
275,000
891
1,501
1,518
1,435
111,111
1,000,000
5,000,000
3,000,000
78,000
14,800
1,278
7,762
891
1,501
1,518
111,111
13,500
96,696
84,056
10,230
4,667
30,000
13,500
96,696
84,056
10,230
4,667
38,500
17,670   |
30,832   .
38,500
4
70,306
10,510
1,278
 S 16
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Statement of Special Warrants Between the Sessions of 1971
and 1972—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure
Oct. 5,1971—
Dec. 22,1971
Jan. 11, 1972
Apr. 6, 1971 -
Jan. 19, 197L.
Aug. 24,1971.
Nov. 25,1971
Dec. 15, 1971
Dec. 9, 1971...
Dec. 1, 1971...
Dec. 9, 1971 .
Jan. 19, 1972
Jan. 19, 1972
June 11,1971.
Dec. 22, 1971
Jan. 19, 1972..
Aug. 13, 1971
Sept. 21, 1971
Nov. 25, 1971
Dec. 15, 1971
Dec. 16, 1971
Jan. 11, 1972..
Jan. 19,1972
16
34
38
1
48
11
24
31
30
25
29
49
50
5
35
51
10
15
22
32
33
37
52
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water
Resources
Supplementing Vote 140—General Administration, Protection, and Management of Forests 	
Supplementing Vote 140—General Administration, Protection, and Management of Forests  	
Supplementing Vote 149—Forest Inventory	
Supplementing Vote 154—Reservoir Waterway Improvement   	
Supplementing Vote 161—Investigations, Hydraulic Surveys, and Projects -	
Expenditure authorized for the Environment and Land
Use Committee  	
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources
Supplementing Vote 175 — Construction of Cassiar-
Stewart Road 	
Supplementing Vote 175 — Construction of Cassiar-
Stewart Road 	
Department of Municipal Affairs
Supplementing Vote 183—Grants in Aid of Local Government and Home-owners' Subsidies 	
Expenditures under Job Opportunities Programme	
Expenditures under Job Opportunities Programme	
Expenditures under Job Opportunities Programme -
Department of Provincial Secretary
Supplementing   Vote    197—British   Columbia   Overall
Medical Services Plan  —	
Grant toward relief of Pakistani refugees	
Government's share of Unemployment Insurance Premiums (Civil Service) for period January 2 to March
31, 1972  _ _	
Department of Public Works
Supplementing Vote 224—Rentals	
-Grants in Aid  of Regional
Department of Recreation and Conservation
Supplementing Vote 231—Parks Branch —
Supplementing Vote 232-
Parks Development —	
Supplementing Vote  232-
Parks Development 	
Supplementing Vote 232-
Parks Development	
-Grants  in   Aid  of Regional
-Grants  in  Aid of Regional
Department of Travel Industry
Supplementing Vote 237—Travel Division	
Supplementing Vote 237—Travel Division	
Department of Rehabilitation and Social
Improvement
Supplementing Vote 245—Social Assistance	
$500,000
$500,000
629,992
500,000
629,992
135,000
71,205
1,000,000
50,000
49,372
500,000
500,000
900,000
832,720
200,000
152,000
200,000
300,000
200,000
152,000
32,610
3,500,000
100,000
100,000
250,000
125,000
329,071
271,973
250,000
250,000
750,000
455,070
275,000
181,800
20,000
181,800
5,000,000
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72
S 17
(C)
STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS CHARGED AGAINST 1971/72 APPROPRIATIONS
WHICH DID NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE PERIOD OF THE ACCOUNT
Vouchers aggregating $3,775,852.
 S 18
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(D)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED
MARCH 31,  1971
Statement of Expenditures on Services Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations From
April 1, 1970 to March 31, 1971, and for Which Overexpenditure the Sanction
of the Legislature Is Required
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
3
Department of Agriculture
$38,120
246,650
55,644
398,782
725,034
125,000
2,031,500
1,506,500
549,924
202,170
327,638
234,202
38,780
91,484
224,000
49,942
110,272
95,460
5,655,332
118,019,819
66,244
37,750
100,000
100,000
52,692
182,600,408
26,401,500
11,000
36,288
544,804
525,780
200,000
80,000
56,600
61,744
1,094,386
1,000,000
75,000    !
66,500,000
1,500,000
17,500
$38,741
266,588
55,949
415,034
774,413
155,051
2,669,596
1,647,110
650,505
208,265
329,981
236,558
41,666
100,399
292,665
50,028
115,036
132,134
5,727,167
118,193,323
71,466
56,051
129,806
104,167
55,184
185,068,873
28,696,524
13,430
36,312
547,858
536,604
201,093
82,757
59,151
63,424
1,174,641
1.000,137
80,182
67,930,889
1,500,514
17,890
$621
6
19,938
18
Department of the Attorney-General
305
19
16,252
21
49,379
22
30,051
23
638,096
25
140,610
27
100,581
29
6,095
31
33
Public Trustee's Office .__	
2,343
2,356
36
2,886
37
8,915
39
68,665
46
Department of Education
86
48
50
52
Curriculum Branch ._.._ ____	
Post-secondary and Adult Education Branch
4,764
36,674
71,835
57
173,504
76
Department of Finance
5,222
79
18,301
80
82
93
Printing Public Accounts, Estimates, Bonds, Revenue Receipts, Licences, Etc	
Incidentals and Contingencies	
Department of Health Services and
Hospital Insurance
29,806
4,167
2,492
111
2,468,465
121
Department of Highways
2,295,024
140
Department of Labour
2,430
141
Department of Lands, Forests, and
Water Resources
24
152
153
178
Topographic Division  ____ _	
Air Division.-  . 	
3,054
10,824
1,093
181
194
200
British Columbia Hydrometric Stream-gauging
Department of Municipal Affairs
Minister's Office   	
Department of the Provincial Secretary
2,757
2,551
1,680
202
80,255
137
5,182
1,430,889
514
390
210
211
212
213
226
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), Workmen's
Compensation Act  	
Incidentals and Contingencies     	
British Columbia Overall Medical Services Plan.—
Grants, Etc  	
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT,  1971/72 S 19
Unprovided Items in Expenditure for Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1971—Continued
Vote No.
Service
Total
Appropriation
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
242
Department of Public Works
$2,250,000
2,521,810
3,356,312
900,000
39,024
114,500,000
347,650
2,892,216
48,876
$2,321,445
2,535,324
3,375,416
1,400,000
40,045
134,139,127
352,712
3,130,250
48,909
$71,445
248
Department of Recreation and Conservation
Fish and Wildlife Branch                   	
13,514
249
19,104
250
260
263
Grants in Aid of Regional Park Development	
Department of Rehabilitation and Social
Improvement
Social Assistance and Rehabilitation Division
500,000
1,021
19,639,127
264
5,062
270
238,034
273
33
$538,643,837
$566,870,390
$28,226,553
 S 20
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(E)
TREASURY BOARD OVERRULINGS
Nil.
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1972
450-172-416

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