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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liquor Control Board
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT
Fiftieth Annual Report
April 1, 1970, to March 31, 1971
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1971
  To Colonel the Honourable John R. Nicholson, P.C, O.B.E., Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor oj the Province oj British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present the Fiftieth Annual Report of the
Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971.
L. R. PETERSON,
A ttorney-General.
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, British Columbia, October 12,1971.
 Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, British Columbia,
October 6, 1971.
The Honourable L. R. Peterson, Q.C., LL.D.,
A ttorney-General,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, British Columbia.
Sir,—I have the honour to transmit herewith the Fiftieth Annual Report of the
Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31, 1971.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. A. BRUCE,
Chairman.
 Report of the Liquor Control Board
INTRODUCTION
The Liquor Control Board presents the Fiftieth Annual Report, covering the
operation from April 1, 1970, to March 31, 1971.
Appendix A—Accounts
The accounts of the Board, certified to by the Comptroller-General as required
by section 145 of the Government Liquor Act, and the statistical data as required by
section 140 of the said Act, are shown in the appendices as follows:
Balance Sheet ) Statement of Accounts for the period April 1, 1970,
Profit and Loss Account _j    to March 31, 1971.
Appendix B—Law Enforcement
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1, 1970, to March 31, 1971.
Appendix C—Administration
Regulations and Amendments Thereto.
Amendments and Additions to Price Lists.
Statement of Premises Owned, Leased, and Rented.
Statements of Permits Issued From April 1, 1970, to March 31, 1971.
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts, for Fiscal Year Ended March
31, 1971.
Orders of Interdiction and Licences Issued, by Electoral Districts, for Fiscal
Year Ended March 31, 1971.
STAFF
The Board acknowledges with pleasure the co-operation and loyalty of the
members of the staff throughout the Province during the year under review.
The number of employees on the permanent staff of the Liquor Control Board
as of March 31, 1971, was 1,084, there being 1,042 men and 42 women.
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES AND GOVERNMENT LIQUOR STORES
New premises were opened by the Board for use as Government Liquor Stores
at the following locations:
Electoral District Location of Store Date of Opening
Omineca Fraser Lake June 26, 1970
Shuswap Sicamous June 27,1970
Mackenzie Madeira Park June 26, 1970
Fort George Valemount Oct. 10, 1970
New Westminster Eighth Ave. and McBride St Oct. 16, 1970
Rossland-Trail Fruitvale Nov. 5, 1970
Vancouver 1155 Bute St Dec. 3, 1970
Omineca Houston Dec. 5, 1970
Delta Tsawwassen Dec. 14, 1970
Vancouver 3610 West 18th Ave Feb. 6,1971
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The Board was able to secure new premises with off-street parking at more
advantageous location in the following centres:
Electoral District Location of Store Date of Opening
Langley 20280 Fraserway June 12, 1970
Boundary-Similkameen 139a Copper St., Greenwood June 30, 1970
Cowichan-Malahat Legion Street, Chemainus Sept. 4, 1970
Shuswap 119 George St., Enderby Nov. 5, 1970
Boundary-Similkameen ___ _329 First Ave., Oliver Nov. 25, 1970
Yale-Lillooet 301 Third Ave., Ashcroft Dec. 3, 1970
Cariboo ReidSt., Quesnel Dec. 10, 1970
Dewdney 22334 Selkirk Ave., Haney Feb. 10, 1971
The Radium liquor store, previously a seasonal operation, remained open all
year round for better service to the public.
The stores at the following locations were converted to self-serve: Kamloops
(520 Seymour Street); Kerrisdale (2060 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver); Kennedy
Heights (11970 88th Avenue, Delta); Marpole (8495 Granville Street, Vancouver); 1716 Robson Street, Vancouver; Port Alberni (745 10th Avenue North);
and Prince George (1905 Victoria Street).
The Board disposed of its property at River Street, Golden, and Victoria
Avenue and Jaffray Streets, Fernie, as these properties were surplus to its needs.
In order to give added service at the Christmas season, the Board arranged
for the extension of hours of sale of many stores throughout the Province on
December 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 29, and 30. These added hours, as in the past,
proved beneficial in serving the public.
STOCKS
The value of stock as at March 31, 1971, amounted to $9,596,600, being a
decrease of $383,150 in the value of stocks as at March 31, 1970.
SALES
The total sales of $224,238,136 show an increase over the previous fiscal
year of $18,359,357.    For comparative purposes, classification of sales is given
hereunder for the fiscal years ended March 31, 1970, and March 31, 1971:
Comparative Classification of Sales
Wines and spirits—
1970/71
1969/70
Spirits  (rye whisky, bourbon whisky
Scotch whisky, Irish whisky, brandy,
gin, rum, vodka, alcohol) 	
Liqueurs, cocktails, vermouth	
$108,922,751
5,178,890
$102,821,097
4,415,232
$114,101,641
$107,236,329
Port, sherry, and still burgundy	
Champagne and sparkling wine 	
Claret and sauternes	
$1,568,072
539,317
1,311,179
2,843,567
$1,418,483
502,249
1,037,539
Miscellaneous wines     _ _      _
2,152,472
$6,262,135
$5,110,743
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1970/71
British Commonwealth and South African
wines—
British Columbia  $17,881,251
Australian  1,249,855
Ontario   1,054,043
South African   295,755
Alberta   4,760
$20,485,664
Oriental wines   $63,661
Cider     $558,630
Malt liquor—
British Columbia beer, ale, and stout ____    $81,699,474
Imported beer, ale, and stout       1,066,931
$82,766,405
Totals  $224,23 8,136
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$14,625,197
1,083,598
1,039,167
271,632
$17,019,594
$49,469
$460,666
$75,181,023
820,955
$76,001,978
$205,878,779
DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period
under review amounted to $13,916,306, the details of which are as follows, and
for convenience a comparison is shown with the duty, excise, and sales tax paid
to the Federal Government during the fiscal year immediately preceding the period
under review:
Fiscal Year 1970/71       Fiscal Year 1969/70
Duty and excise  $12,277,110        $6,616,405
Sales tax       1,639,196 1,537,522
The figures quoted do not represent the total duty, excise, and sales tax on
merchandise sold during the period under review, but only that paid by the Liquor
Control Board on goods that were cleared by it through the Customs and Excise
Departments during the said period. The above total does not include taxes paid
direct to the Federal Government by Canadian breweries, by Canadian wineries,
and by Canadian distilleries on liquor purchased by the Board duty and (or) tax
paid.
INSURANCE
Fire, Flood, and Wind Damage
No damage was sustained during period under review.
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BURGLARIES
Burglaries occurred at the following Government liquor stores during the period
under review:
Date Store
April 10, 1970 Summerland—
 .Williams Lake
 McBride	
May 3, 1970-
May 30, 1970__
June 17, 1970-
June 18, 1970..
June 19, 1970-
June 29, 1970-
July 6, 1970a.
July 25, 28, 1970_
 Summerland	
 Victoria Drive,
—Lillooet	
—Quesnel	
—Clearwater	
-Port Hardy	
Vancouver.
August 26, 1970 Warehouse-
September 2, 1970 Clinton-
September 10, 1970 Salmon Arm	
September 15, 1970 Port Hardy	
September 23, 1970 CP Rail (CP166066)-
October 4, 1970 Port Hardy	
October 9, 13,14, 1970 Creston.	
October 11, 1970 Kamloops_
October 17, 1970 McBride-.
November 14, 1970.
December 17, 1970_.
December 18, 1970..
- Salmon Arm_
.Port Hardy	
Port Hardy	
December 31, 1970___     .....Port Hardy....
January 1, 1971 Duncan	
January 18, 1971.
.Williams Lake-
January 28, February 1, 7,
1971	
.Fort Nelson-
January 30, February 14,
1971 Queen Charlotte City-
February 5,1971 Houston	
February 8, 1971 Duncan	
February 17, 1971       -Merritt-
March 5, 1971 Fort Nelson-
March 9, 1971 Summerland..
March 13, 1971 White Rock-
March 18,1971 Cranbrook	
March 27, 1971 Prince George (Sixth Ave.).
March 28,1971 Fort St. James	
March 31, 1971 Duncan	
Value, Including
Cash, Goods Stolen,
and Equipment
Damaged
$123.49
173.51
188.18
128.01
60.41
37.19
621.23
549.22
155.02
19.08
53.71
34.66
174.02
141.87
49.78
108.29
165.09
223.92
118.67
125.35
55.37
106.21
157.19
856.47
234.47
553.78
27.15
848.20
102.38
91.01
35.18
580.78
38.79
101.09
24.65
55.81
$7,119.23
All losses which occurred in the above-mentioned burglaries were settled in full
by the insurance company, with no loss to the Board.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1970/71
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PERMITS
The detailed statement showing the sale of each variety of permits is shown
in Appendix C. Pursuant to the provisions of section 144 of the Government
Liquor Act, the revenue derived from the sale of permits was transmitted to the
Honourable Minister of Finance to be accounted for as part of the general revenue
of the Province, and amounted to $62,808.75, being an increase of $3,422.25
over the previous year.
LICENCES
The following summary indicates the number of licences issued, transferred,
suspended, or cancelled during the period under review.
Licences Issued
Issued From
Apr. 1, 1970, to
Dec. 31, 1970,
for Year 1970
Issued From
Jan. 1, 1971, to
Mar. 31, 1971,
for Year 1971
Total Issued
for Fiscal
Year Ended
March 31, 1971
11
82
96
40
503
296
728
578
514
Dining-room licences-— _	
378
824
618
Brewers' licences- —	
7
7
Totals     _	
229
2,105
2,348
Licences Transferred
Transfers From
Apr. 1,1970, to
Dec. 31, 1970,
for Year 1970
Transfers From
Jan. 1,1971, to
Mar. 31, 1971,
for Year 1971
Total Transfers
for Fiscal
Year Ended
March 31, 1971
28
15
45
22
15
4
17
10
43
Dining-room licences _ —	
19
62
32
Totals _ 	
110
46
156
Licences Suspended or Cancelled
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review
was as follows:
Public-house licences
Suspended
....      7
Dining-room licences       2
Dining-lounge licences        5
Lounge licences     ____
Totals
14
Surrendered
or Cancelled
5
13
10
13
41
INTERDICTIONS
Forty-one orders of interdiction were made pursuant to the provisions of
section 97 of the Government Liquor Act.
Eighteen orders of revocation of orders of interdiction were made pursuant
to section 99 of the Government Liquor Act.
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PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE
Appendix B, Law Enforcement, shows in detail all prosecutions reported to
the Board under section 149 of the Government Liquor Act.
Disposition of liquor seized and forfeited to the Crown was carried out in
accordance with the provisions of sections 108 and 109 of the Government Liquor
Act.
INSPECTION DEPARTMENT
The following is an analysis of inspections, investigations, and interviews
carried out by the Inspectors of the Liquor Control Board during the period under
review:
Premises covered by public-house licences       5,643
Premises covered by dining-room licences       1,670
Premises covered by dining-lounge licences       4,677
Premises covered by lounge licences .
Total number of investigations	
Total number of interviews	
Total number of miles travelled by various means of transportation  	
4,021
2,629
3,344
170,638
Improvement in the existing hotels has continued throughout the Province,
both in the hotels proper and licensed premises, involving an expenditure of
$17,041,968.
One new hotel was constructed during this period, providing first-class accommodation for the travelling public, with 96 rooms, at a cost of $955,593.
This department has enjoyed the utmost co-operation from the various law-
enforcement bodies and all organizations and trade groups associated with the
liquor industry throughout the Province, for which the Board wishes to express
its thanks.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1970/7'1
APPENDIX A
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BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1971
ASSETS
CURRENT:
Cash in bank
Cash in hands of warehouse manager and vendors .
Cash in transit to Provincial Treasury  	
Accounts receivable      	
Inventories of merchandise at cost,  as determined and certified by officials of the
Board
Advance payments for merchandise .
LAND, BUILDINGS, AND EQUIPMENT:
Land at cost 	
Buildings at cost, less depreciation
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment at cost, less depreciation _
PREPAID AND DEFERRED:
Unexpired premiums—general insurance and fidelity bonds
LIABILITIES
CURRENT:
Accounts payable:
General   _	
Liquor    _	
GENERAL RESERVE
PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   WORKING  CAPITAL  ADVANCE
$6,162
468,245
4,569,689
67,349
9,596,600
254,573
$577,331
1,334,973
397,202
$14,962,618
2,309,506
51,576
$17,323,700
$1,291,823
7,847,027
$9,138,850
1,050,500
7,134,350
$17,323,700
W. A. BRUCE
Chairman
R. SCHOFIELD, CA.
Chief Accountant
I have examined the balance sheet of British Columbia Liquor Control Board as at March 31, 1971, and
the related statement of profit and loss for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of
the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as 1 considered
necessary for the circumstances.
In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Board as at March 31,
1971, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting
principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year.
J. W. MINTY, CA.
Acting Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia
Victoria, British Columbia, June 15,1971.
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APPENDDC A—Continued
SALES
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS FOR THE YEAR
ENDED MARCH 31, 1971
$ $ $
   _  224,238,136
COST OF MERCHANDISE SOLD:
Stock on hand, March 31, 1970 ....
Purchases   	
Less Stock on hand, March 31, 1971
9,979,750
145,741,142
155,720,892
9,596,600
146,124,292
GROSS PROFIT
78,113,844
WAREHOUSE EXPENSES:
Salaries and wages	
Telephone and telegraph _
Light, water, and fuel	
Depreciation 	
Sundries (including alterations)
Postage   _
RETAIL STORES EXPENSES:
Salaries and wages 	
Rents    _ _
Postage and express 	
Telephone and telegraph .
Light, water, and fuel	
Depreciation 	
Sundries (including alterations)
Vendors' relief expenses	
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSES:
Salaries    	
Travelling    —	
Printing and stationery
Data processing 	
Postage and express _	
Bank charges 	
Civil Service Superannuation Fund—
Employer contributions	
Retired employees—employer contributions .
Canada Pension Plan—employer contributions ...
Unemployment Insurance  Commission—employer contributions 	
British Columbia Public Services Employees' Medical Plan—employer
contributions     —
Insurance and fidelity bonds    	
Telephone and telegraph  — _ _ 	
Light, water, and fuel    	
Property charges  	
Mechanical maintenance	
Employees' group insurance .
Depreciation  	
Sundries 	
Alterations and repairs 	
Workmen's Compensation Board
723,275
6,239
30,944
192,088
151,403
1,417
1,088,923
546,221
13,336
32,712
206,192
199,014
238,420
70,280
1,105,366
10,395,098
387,648
74,520
92,885
7,697
20,378
7,717
540,080
40,464
129,108
20,768
79,290
25,209
6,981
4,328
151,553
65,436
11,062
7,488
16,348
110,873
31,295
1,831,128
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES .
OPERATING PROFIT, carried forward
13,331,592
64,782,252
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1970/71 D  13
APPENDIX A.—Continued
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS—-Continued
$ $ $
OPERATING PROFIT, brought forward      64,782,252
OTHER INCOME:
Licence fees—
Dining-rooms, dining-lounges, and lounges          238,200
Public houses    35,625
Dining-rooms,    dining-lounges,    and    lounges    2-per-cent    monthly
licensing fees             237,301
Public houses 2-cents-per-gallon monthly licensing fees —-          232,265
Brewers and distillers       174,245
Transfer fees        4,175
         921,811
Sundry—
Rents _           - 111,932
Profit from sale of real estate and buildings   „  9,700
U.S. premium   —   144
Miscellaneous - .__ - —   213,799
Sale of permits  -    62,797
Identity card receipts -—      1,618
         399,990
Social services tax commissions „   — 87,583
1,409,384
SUNDRY EXPENSES:
Law enforcement and inspection    150,368
Plebiscites   .    -      1,925
Litter Act, container disposal cost    8,009
 160,302
NET SUNDRY INCOME             1,249,082
NET PROFIT FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1971, transferred to the Consolidated Revenue Fund, Province of British Columbia „       66,031,334
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APPENDIX B
Summary of Prosecutions Under the Government Liquor Act
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3
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2,089
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13
99
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1,161
362
2
123
4
18
6
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3
2
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1,788
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$
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300.00
150.00
300.00
Section   60—Minors   on   licensed
172
5
3
2
2
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Section 61—Prohibition as to mi-
76
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11,220.00
1,235.00
57,433.30
Section 62—Supplying liquor to mi-
11,220.00
Section   63—Prohibition   against
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1,235.00
15
6,670.00
6,670.00
Section 65—Unlawful purchase of
Section 67—Consumption of liquor
59
13
1
16
984
12
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4
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49,663.34
315.00
49,663.34
Section 68—Drunkenness in a pub-
	
315.00
200.00
3,465.00
200.00
Section  81—Keeping  liquor  in   a
27
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3,465.00
Section   83—Soliciting   orders   for
200.00
770.00
200.00
Section 97—Liquor in the posses-
2
5
3
1
770.00
Section 105—Right to search con-
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4,117
255
179
544
3,139
	
132,746.64
132,746.64
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Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police
Section 58—Prohibition of Liquor Other Than Beer in Public House
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250.00
775.00
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Omineca:
1
2
775.00
Skeena:
50.00
50.00
50.00
Vancouver:
2
2
50.00
Totals    	
30
3
2
2
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1,125.00
1,125.00
Section 59—Sales to Minors
North Peace River:
Fort St. John _	
2
1
2
1
200.00
100.00
200.00
Prince Rupert:
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100.00
Totals 	
3
3
300.00
300.00
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Alberni:
1
1
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1
1
100.00
50.00
100.00
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Totals 	
3
1
2
150.00
150 00
Section 61—Prohibition as to Minors
Alberni:
Gold River 	
3
9
87
10
1
17
2
2
11
1
9
17
6
20
4
41
6
34
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240.00
	
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245.00
245.00
25.00
25.00
3
250.00
250.00
535.00
535.00
	
175.00
175.00
3
1
775.00
205.00
775.00
205.00
Burnaby:
4
1
2
1,225.00
1,225.00
Cariboo:
150.00
150.00
100 Milfl House
2
1
780.00
780.00
5
3
120.00
120.00
75.00
75.00
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 61—Prohibition as to Minors—Continued
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485.00
545.00
810.00
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545.00
975.00
975.00
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8
625.00
625.00
Comox:
Alert Bay -	
12
2
1,750.00
1,750.00
500.00
16
26
4
6
2
2
6
2
11
18
10
37
14
12
13
40
10
3
6
9
1
28
2
4
20
9
2
26
12
28
28
6
8
10
	
500.00
Courtenay
765.00
765.00
1
2
145.00
195.00
	
145.00
Port Hardy 	
1
195.00
	
55.00
55.00
Coquitlam:
60.00
135.00
60.00
1
135.00
Port Moody _ _	
25.00
25.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
475.00
475.00
Ladysmith  	
750.00
750.00
1
1
550.00
1,300.00
525.00
550.00
1
1
1,300.00
Balance of district	
	
525.00
Delta:
Delta    ....
2
1
	
305.00
305.00
White Rock 	
295.00
295.00
Dewdney:
Maple Ridge   ,
1
5
861.00
861.00
240.00
75.00
	
240.00
Mission District  -.
75.00
80.00
180.00
80.00
1
	
180.00
Esquimalt:
15.00
15.00
1
765.00
765.00
Fort George:
100.00
100.00
McBride „.  	
90.00
495.00
90.00
1
3
1
495.00
	
375.00
375.00
Balance of district- 	
35.00
35.00
Kamloops:
Kamloops—   —
1
5
505.00
505.00
335.00
950.00
335.00
Kootenay:
Fernie  	
1
950.00
	
900.00
900.00
140 00
140.00
Langley:
1
165.00
190.00
	
165.00
Langley Municipality  -
3
4
190.00
Mackenzie:
Gibsons Landing	
11
11
18
7
20
11
400.00
490.00
400.00
Powell River    	
490.00
Sechelt	
4
10
5
1
	
525.00
170.00
525.00
2
1
170.00
Nanaimo:
2
	
750.00
750.00
2,520.00
2,520.00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1970/71
D  17
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 61—Prohibition as to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Nelson-Creston:
9
14
2
10
8
34
23
10
37
51
9
25
13
6
26
9
13
2
10
8
26
20
9
35
$
$
415.00
450.00
50.00
J
$
415.00
i
450 00
50.00
475.00
475.00
North Okanagan:
-
270.00
998.30
470.00
275.00
745.00
270.00
2
3
1
3
3
998.30
North Peace River:
470.00
275.00
North Vancouver:
2
745.00
6
45
9
24
11
4
25
5
945.00
280.00
945.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay         	
280.00
Omineca:
1
800.00
285.00
70.00
800.00
2
285.00
2
70.00
1
	
760.00
760.00
5
1
21
5
5
2
3
17
1
59
13
10
17
29
2
5
3
5
6
5
10
7
40
6
16
43
15
32
5
2
3
30
4
180.00
180.00
Prince Rupert:
1
1
2
1
17
4
5
2
3
14
1
37
9
9
16
29
2
5
3
4
6
5
9
7
36
3
14
19
15
32
5
2
2
27
4
635.00
635.00
125.00
125.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
170.00
170.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
100.00
1
2
535.00
50.00
535.00
50.00
Richmond:
19
3
3
635.00
635.00
Rossland-Trail:
Castlegar .,	
1
1
300.00
225.00
300.00
225.00
1
900.00
1,800.00
25.00
900.00
Trail           _	
1,800.00
Saanich and the Islands:
25.00
—	
170.00
125.00
170.00
125.00
1
200.00
200.00
Shuswap:
160.00
160.00
150.00
150.00
1
265.00
265.00
140.00
1,015.00
140.00
3
3
1
17
1
1,015.00
Skeena:
85.00
85.00
2
1
5
320.00
405.00
315.00
320.00
405.00
315.00
South Okanagan:
2,065.00
2,065.00
250.00
250.00
75.00
75.00
South Peace River:
1
1
50.00
50.00
2
925.00
925.00
100.00
100.00
 D  18
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APPENDIX B—-Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 61—Prohibition as to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Collected
Surrey:
36
50
47
21
10
18
4
2
14
7
7
27
7
3
5
28
50
36
20
5
12
2
12
$
$
620.00
1,300.00
845.00
630.00
85.00
260.00
$
$
620.00
Vancouver:
1,300.00
8
2
1
1
845.00
Victoria:
630.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
5
4
3
85.00
2
■  ■
260.00
1
Yale-Lillooet:
75.00
180.00
115.00
75.00
2
180.00
4
3
7
8
5
115.00
200.00
340.00
200 00
1
2
2
16
340.00
Lytton..    	
150.00
150.00
Totals. 	
2,089
172
53
76
1,788
57,433.30
57,433.30
Section 62—Supplying Liquor to Minors
Alberni:
Parksville -
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
	
100.00
100.00
1
75.00
75.00
Ucluelet _   .. „	
1
2
2
2
1
4
6
2
1
1
4
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
3
7
1
1
2
75.00
75.00
Atlin:
150.00
100.00
150 00
	
	
1
2
100.00
B o undary-Similkameen:
1
3
6
2
1
1
3
1
4
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
3
7
100 00
100.00
1
300.00
375.00
300 00
Burnaby:
Burnaby	
375.00
Cariboo:
100 Mile House 	
	
150.00
50.00
150.00
50.00
Chilliwack:
50.00
105.00
50.00
.
50.00
Chilliwack City	
1
105.00
2
50.00
Matsqui
200.00
50.00
50.00
150.00
325.00
240.00
75.00
200.00
Balance of district ,	
50.00
Columbia River:
50 00
Invermere   	
150.00
325 00
Comox:
240 00
Courtenay	
75.00
Port Hardy-    	
100 00
100 00
Cowichan-Malahat:
Duncan  	
100 00
100 00
Ladysmith  -	
250.00
450.00
250.00
Dewdney:
450.00
1
1
2
10.00
125.00
10.00
125.00
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D 19
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police:—Continued
Section 62—Supplying Liquor to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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1
1
2
1
9
1
2
3
1
1
1
5
3
4
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
5
1
3
7
1
2
3
7
1
1
1
2
6
1
1
1
1
3
2
7
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
8
1
2
3
1
1
$
$
75.00
$
$
75.00
50.00	
50.00
Fort George:
100.00
50.00
100.00
	
50.00
Prince George	
l
535.00
535.00
75.00
75.00
Kamloops:
175.00
175.00
Kootenay:
300.00
25.00
300.00
25.00
1
25.00
25.00
Mackenzie:
2
1
1
l
2
2
3
2
3
	
150.00
150.00
250.00
250.00
175.00
175.00
Nelson-Creston:
75.00
75.00
150.00
150.00
1
2
1
2
1
4
1
3
7
185.00
100.00
185.00
North Okanagan:
	
100.00
150.00
150,00
50.00
225.00
25.00
50.00
North Peace River:
1
	
225.00
North Vancouver:
North Vancouver City	
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay                   	
25.00
200.00
300.00
200.00
Omineca:
300.00
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
2
2
6
1
1
1
150.00
150.00
2
3
	
125.00
150.00
50.00
125.00
Prince Rupert:
150.00
Revelstoke-SIocan:
	
50.00
100.00
25.00
100.00
-
	
25.00
Richmond:
1
1
50.00      	
50.00
Rossland-Trail:
425.00
100.00
50.00
425.00
	
100.00
Saanich and the Islands:
50.00
50.00
200.00
125.00
50.00
Shuswap:
200.00
1
	
125.00
Skeena:
Hazelton.. _ 	
150.00
150.00
1
375.00
375.00
South Okanagan:
1
100.00
100.00
200.00
100.00
100.00
200.00
-
 D 20
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 62—Supplying Liquor to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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South Peace River:
1
4
2
7
2
2
4
6
1
l
4
2
4
2
2
4
3
$
$
50.00
$
$
50.00
200.00
110.00
200.00
Surrey:
110.00
Vancouver:
1
i
1
225.00
225.00
Victoria:
125.00
""
125.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
75.00
75.00
Yale-Lillooet:
260.00
260.00
1
i
1
1
400.00
400.00
Balance of district ,	
Totals	
200
5
16
14
165
11.220.00
11,220.00
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Section 64—Unlawful Sales of Liquor
Alberni:
Gold River	
1
2
1
8
1
1
2
1
5
-
10.00	
10.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
1,050.00
1,050.00
Nelson-Creston:
50.00
	
50.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
2
1
1
125.00
125.00
Pemberton 	
Totals 	
13
3
1
9
1,235.00
1,235.00
Alberni:
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
11
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
150.00
150.00
Atlin:
1
Chilliwack:
1
Columbia River:
Golden	
1
1
1
1
9
50.00
50.00
Comox:
25.00
25.00
Coquitlam:
75.00
150.00
75.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
150.00
Fort George:
2
1
900.00
900.00
Kamloops:
1
1
2
1
25.00
150.00
25.00
Mackenzie:
150.00
Nanaimo:
1
150.00
100.00
150.00
North Peace River:
	
100.00
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D 21
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 64—Unlawful Sales of Liquor—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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North Vancouver:
4
1
1
1
3
3
2
1
1
1
5
1
3
44
2
4
1
$
$
300.00
50.00
$
$
300.00
50.00
Omineca:
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
5
1
2
21
2
100.00
100.00
Prince Rupert:
450.00
450.00
250.00
150.00
250.00
Shuswap:
1
150.00
Skeena:
150.00
150.00
75.00
75.00
100.00
400.00
100.00
200.00
2,320.00
250.00
100.00
400.00
South Peace River:
Chetwynd	
100.00
2
13
1
8
200.00
Vancouver:
2,320.00
Victoria:
Victoria 	
250.00
Totals	
99
2
15
16
661	
6,670.00
	
6,670.00
Section 65—Unlawful Purchase of Liquor Within the Province
Richmond:
2
1
2
Shuswap:
Balance of district	
1
Totals	
3
2
1
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place
Alberni:
Gold River     	
8
5
62
5
2
6
3
4
3
3
5
4
11
2
4
3
3
7
8
4
54
5
2
6
3
4
3
3
4
4
6
2
2
2
3
4
450.00
200.00
2,640.00
450.00
1
7
200.00
1
2,640.00
215.00
215.00
Tofino	
100.00
310.00
100.00
310.00
150.00
150.00
Atlin:
175.00
175.00
150.00
150.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
150.00
200.00
175.00
150.00
Oliver -	
1
200.00
Osoyoos	
175.00
1
2
2
300.00
100.00
100 00
300 00
Burnaby:
Burnaby	
100.00
Cariboo:
Clinton    	
2
1
100.00
100 Mile House	
100.00
150.00
100.00
Williams Lake	
150.00
Balance of district	
3
200.00
200 00
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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4
9
6
2
7
5
34
4
30
12
20
7
29
2
2
1
1
11
74
15
40
10
1
4
4
6
2
$ .
$
200.00
200.00
300.00
100.00
365.00
225.00
2,300.00
50.00
$
$
200.00
Chilliwack City.	
1
4
200.00
300.00
100.00
7
5
33
365.00
Columbia River:
1
225.00
2,300.00
3
1
30
12
50.00
Comox:
Alert Bay	
1,525.00
600.00
1,010.00
375.00
1,525.00
600.00
20
7
29
1,010.00
375.00
1,450.00
60.00
1,450.00
2
2
1
1
11
68
13
35
8
1
60.00
Coquitlam:
50.00
50.00
50.00
10.00
500.00
3,425.00
1,300.00
50.00
10.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
1
2
500.00
5
3,425.00
1,300.00
2
3
2
1,400.00
400.00
50.00
1,400.00
400.00
Delta:
Delta ____	
	
50.00
White Rock  	
3
3
11
4
6
3
31
6
3
20
7
3
1
1
5
2
5
4
6
1
2
13
30
8
150.00
550.00
150.00
Dewdney:
11
4
6
3
31
7
3
21
7
14
1
1
5
2
5
4
7
1
2
15
40
8
550.00
200.00
200.00
310.00
150.00
1,550.00
375.00
150.00
935.00
425.00
150.00
50.00
50.00
310.00
Esquimalt: |
150.00
	
1,550.00
Fort George:
1
375.00
150.00
1
935.00
425.00
Kamloops:
1
1
9
150.00
50.00
Kootenay:
50.00
350.00
100.00
165.00
200.00
350.00
100.00
Langley:
165.00
200.00
Mackenzie:
1
300.00
50.00
100.00
650.00
1,518.34
450.00
300.00
50.00
Sechelt   	
100.00
..
2
4
650.00
Nanaimo:
6
1,518.34
450.00
1
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D 23
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Collected
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Collected
Nelson-Creston:
4
4
1
3
8
6
15
5
10
9
8
11
13
19
6
21
1
34
2
1
3
1
8
1
7
7
17
2
2
9
1
3
2
1
3
4
17
7
13
2
11
1
4
36
3
7
4
4
1
3
4
6
13
5
$
$
200.00
200.00
25.00
$
$
200.00
200.00
25.00
150.00
150.00
North Okanagan:
4
200.00
500.00
200.00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John
500.00
i
1
625.00
250.00
625.00
North Vancouver:
	
250.00
10
9
5
475.00
475.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay-
450.00
250.00
■550.00
600.00
760.00
450.00
Omineca:
2
•    1
250.00
- 11
12
17
5
18
1
29
2
550.00
1
2
1
600.00
760.00
170.00
1,150.00
50.00
170.00
Prince Rupert:
3
1,150.00
Port Edward-	
3
50.00
2
1,450.00
1,450.00
100.00
100.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
1
1
2
1
6
1
6
6
16
2
2
9
1
3
1
1
2
2
17
3
9
2
9
1
3
22
3
7
100.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
2
350.00
350.00
50.00
50.00
Richmond:
1
1
1
220.00
250.00
710.00
220.00
Rossland-Trail:
250.00
	
710.00
Trail      	
100.00
100.00
450.00
50.00
150.00
100.00
Saanich and the Islands:
100.00
450.00
50.00
Balance of district  	
	
150.00
Shuswap:
Enderby. __— ____	
1
50.00
50.00
1
2
50 00
50.00
SpaUumcheen  	
100.00
100.00
75 00
75.00
Skeena:
810.00
150.00
810.00
Kitimat—. 	
1
1
1
3
2
150.00
Smithers.--_ _	
395.00
395.00
Terrace  	
100.00
525.00
■       50.00
150.00
1,100.00
100.00
South Okanagan:
Kelowna   , ...., .,._
2
525.00
Balance of district 	
50.00
South Peace River:
Chetwynd ...  	
1
10
150.00
Dawson Creek   	
4
1,100.00
Balance of district—. "  _ r
' "    150.00
350.00
150.00
Surrey:
Surrey  	
350.00
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in a Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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4
63
22
3
5
9
10
2
11
1
6
5
1
25
3
26
21
1
5
5
9
2
9
1
6
4
$
$
150.00
$
$
150.00
4
8
1
1,075.00
1,075.00
Victoria:
	
1,050.00
50.00
1,050.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
1
1
50.00
250.00
100.00
250.00
2
2
100.00
Yale-Lillooet:
1
425.00
60.00
450.00
50.00
325.00
150.00
425.00
	
60.00
_
450.00
Merritt —	
	
50.00
325.00
Balance of district 	
	
1
150.00
Totals	
1,161)       36
59
82
984
	
49,663.34|	
49,663.34
Section 68—Drunkenness in a Public Place
Section 79—Drunkenness
Chilliwack:
Chilliwack City	
1
10
107
14
10
22
2
1
25.00
25.00
Columbia River:
3
5
107
10
10
22
Cowichan-Malahat:
Duncan 	
4
	
100.00
100.00
Balance of district 	
Valemount—	
4
19
1
7
1
3
1
1
35
12
2
47
58
7
4
19
7
Langley:
1
25.00
25.00
Mackenzie:
15.00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John	
	
1
3
1
15.00
North Vancouver:
85.00
50.00
85.00
Prince Rupert:
Masset-. -  	
50.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
1
26
11
Saanich and the Islands:
Sidney	
9
1
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
1
1
15.00
15.00
Yale-Lillooet:
47
58
7
Balance of district 	
	
	
Totals 	
362|         3
13|     334
12
315.00|	
315.00
Fort George:
1
1
1
-
200.00
200.00
South Peace River:
Dawson Creek _	
1
Totals    	
2
1
1
	
200.00
	
200.00
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D 25
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 81—Keeping Liquor in a Restaurant
Disposition
Electoral District
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Chilliwack:
1
1
1
1
119
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1
1
1
67
$
50.00
$
$
50.00
Comox:
Alert Bay	
50.00
50.00
Langley:
15.00
15.00
Richmond:
50.00
50.00
Vancouver:
27
16
9
3,300.00
3,300.00
Totals    	
123
27
16
9
71
3,465.00
3,465.00
Section 83—Soliciting Orders for and Advertising Liquor
Mackenzie:
Balance of district-
200.00]..
I
200.00
Section 97—Liquor in the Possession of an Interdicted Person
Boundary-Similkameen:
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
75.00
75.00
Chilliwack:
Chilliwack City	
1
1
Columbia River:
1
2
1
50.00
50.00
Balance of district	
150.00
50.00
150.00
Kamloops:
50.00
Mackenzie:
1
1
3
2
1
325.00
100.00
20.00
325.00
Omineca:
100.00
1
20.00
Skeena:
Hazelton	
1
Totals  	
18
2
5
11
770.00
770.00
Section 105—Right to Search Conveyances
Columbia River:
3
2
1
3
Fort George:
2
1
Shuswap:
Totals	
6
3
3
Section 107—Seizure of Liquor in Conveyances
Yale-Lillooet:
Balance of district	
1
1
Grand totals 	
4,117
255
179
544
3,139
132,746.64
132,746.64
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District
Electoral District
Disposition
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Gold River	
12
15
154
15
3
24
5
8
6
16
1
11
26
10
35
4
49
10
39
9
11
28
62
23
49
25
41
66
27
98
35
47
12
39
4
5
8
3
130
12
13
135
$
$         1         $
535.00      	
$
535.00
Parksville-    	
1
3
1
13
1
540.00
540.00
3
5,555.00
5,555.00
14
3
19
4
8
4
13
1
6
25
10
25
4
42
515.00
515.00
Tofino...	
125.00
985.00
200.00
375.00
125.00
Ucluelet  	
5
1
985.00
200.00
Atlin:
Stewart	
375.00
2
1
250.00
250.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
2
470.00
25.00
250.00
470.00
Greenwood	
25.00
Keremeos __	
Oliver	
Osoyoos—	
Penticton- 	
Balance of district - 	
5
1
250.00
1,985.00
350.00
1,375.00
1,985.00
350.00
4
3
3
1,375.00
205.00
205.00
Burnaby:
Burnaby 	
Cariboo:
4
1
2
2
1
1
3
1,700.00
1,700.00
8
36
250.00
1,030.00
250.00
100 Mile House	
2
1,030.00
Williams Lake -	
8
8
28
52
20
42
24
26
65
22
78
33
47
11
36
4
5
7
3
23
89
23
76
23
13
16
58
10
3
11
17
270.00
325.00
855.00
1,145.00
494.00
1,160.00
900.00
920.00
3,475 00
270.00
325.00
Chilliwack:
Abbotsford	
Chilliwack City - --	
855.00
2
4
1
2
1
7
3
3
1
1,145.00
494.00
Matsqui _	
Balance of district  -	
Columbia River:
Golden    	
1,160.00
900.00
6
7
920.00
3,475.00
1,150.00
Balance of district _	
5
8
1,150.00
Comox:
12
1
2
3,575.00
1,365.00
1,850.00
520.00
1,745.00
115.00
185.00
185.00
3,575.00
Campbell River	
2
1,365.00
Courtenay	
1,850.00
520.00
Port Hardy—-   _
1
1,745.00
115.00
Balance of district-  	
Coquitlam:
Coquitlam —	
Port Coquitlam  	
Port Moody 	
185.00
1
185.00
35.00
35.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
5
4
2
1
107
1
3
11
10
1,075.00
1,075.00
Ladysmith 	
Lake Cowichan.	
95
26
94
35
16
16
3
2
4,425.00
1,850.00
2,800.00
1,075.00
4,425.00
1,850.00
2,800.00
Balance of district  	
1,075.00
Delta:
Delta—  _	
355.00
355.00
White Rock 	
445.00
1,861.00
240.00
445.00
Dewdney:
Maple Ridge	
64
11
3
11
18
1
1
5
1,861.00
240.00
75.00
290.00
75.00
1
290.00
615.00
615.00
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D 27
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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5
61
11
8
88
23
23
42
21
33
33
5
60
10
8
58
17
2
30
16
32
33
9
1
15
14
17
14
22
31
52
19
15
$
$
240.00
2,365.00
$
$
240.00
1
2,365.00
Fort George:
i
575.00
575.00
	
290.00
3,065.00
290.00
1
29
6
21
9
3,065.00
875.00
875.00
35.00
35.00
Kamloops:
2
5
i
680.00
610.00
1,300.00
1,250.00
265.00
680.00
610.00
Kootenay:
1
1,300.00
1,250.00
9
1
16
17
24
17
27
54
71
20
15
22
4
15
9
44
1
37
26
50
62
21
43
44
19
49
14
25
2
66
7
7
5
6
26
2
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265.00
25.00
370.00
390.00
700.00
690 00
25 00
Langley:
l
370.00
3
5
4
10
5
1
390.00
Mackenzie:
2
1
	
700.00
2
1
3
6
690.00
Sechelt	
875.00
1,670 00
875 00
10
8
1,670.00
2,418.34
Nanaimo:
2,418.34
2,970 00
	
2,970.00
690.00
Nelson-Creston:
690.00
1
1
21
3
15
9
32
1
33
23
48
56
21
38
38
16
45
13
22
1
52
6
6
4
5
21
2
45
850 00
850.00
Salmo — 	
75.00
75.00
Balance of district 	
___
810 00
810.00
North Okanagan:
370.00
1 348 30
370.00
2
3
7
1,348.30
50.00
50.00
1,410.00
1,000 00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John	
3
1
1
1
1,410.00
Balance of district - 	
1
2
1,000.00
North Vancouver:
North Vancouver City	
1,405.0
1,470.00
1,405.00
North Vancouver District	
6
1,470.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay- -	
930 00
930.00
Omineca:
1
1
2
2
2
5
1 450 00
1,450.00
1,710.00
Fort St. James —
1,710.00
670 00
1
1
670.00
Vanderhoof 	
3
1
1,690 00
1,690.00
475.00
Fraser Lake -	
475 00
Prince Rupert:
Masset-  	
1
1
3
1,650.00
1,650.00
Port Edward _ 	
50.00
50.00
Prince Rupert- _
5
8
1
1
2,585.00
225.00
2,585.00
225.00
Balance of district - -	
Revelstoke-Slocan:
Kaslo 	
220.00
175.00
220.00
Nakusp	
1
175.00
New Denver -
1
4
250.00
910.00
250.00
Revelstoke _
1
910.00
Balance of district -
100.00
100.00
Richmond:
21
4
1
955.00
955.00
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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20          3
1
1
1
1
15
31
$
$
550.00
$
$
550.00
33
18
31
5
14
39
21
6
8
12
7
3
50
27
24
64
23
45
6
4
8
71
11
45
54
286
47
23
25
14
12
1,360.00
1,000.00
1,360.00
1,000.00
1
17
31
5
14
Traila„_
1,900.00
175.0
620.00
175.00
1,900.00
Saanich and the Islands:
175.00
620.00
9
1
26
11
4
8
6
6
11
7
2
175.00
1
400,00
160.00
200.00
515.00
400.00
Shuswap:
160.00
1
1
200 00
1
515.00
140.00
140.00
1
5
100.00
1,365.00
1,195.00
545.00
100.00
3
4
1
18
1
41
23
18
35
23
42
6
4
6
52
11
37
53
156
45
12
19
5
11
18
1,365.00
1,195.00
Skeena:
1
3
4
8
545.00
1,275.00
1,275.00
865.00
865.00
South Okanagan:
1
2
2,690.00
2,690.00
350.00
325.00
350.00
325.00
South Peace River:
7
2
12
300.00
2,275.00
300.00
2,275.00
450.00
1,080.00
450.00
Surrey:
Surrey    ,.	
3
1
65
9
4
6
5
38
1
1
2
2
27
1
1
1,080.00
Vancouver:
1,450.00
1,450.00
7,815.00
Vancouver _	
7,815.00
Victoria:
Victoria 	
2,055.00
2,055.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
West Vancouver___	
275 00
275 00
Squamish	
585.00
585.00
Pemberton -	
1
1
100 00
100 00
Yale-Lillooet:
500.00
500.00
500.00
20
65
8
85
19
14
2
500.00
53
12
8
8
14
4
565.00
250.00
565.00
250.00
1
3
2
1
74
1
10
340.00
875.00
340.00
875.00
150.00
150.00
Totals 	
4,117
255
179
544
3,139
132,746.64
132,746.64
	
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1970/71
D 29
APPENDDC C
Regulations
Amendments to regulations made under the Government Liquor Act during the period
under review were as follows:
Order in Council 2100, June 24, 1970, Amending B.C. Reg. 528/59
1. Paragraph (iii) of clause (a) of Regulation 5.09 is amended by adding after the word
"election" in the second line, the words "other than a by-election".
2. Regulation 5.09 is further amended by adding after clause (b) the following as clauses
(c) and (d):
"(c) Notwithstanding paragraph (i) of clause (a), the person holding a dining-lounge or
dining-room licence may sell and serve liquor with meals from 12 o'clock noon until 10 o'clock
p.m. each day.
"(d) Notwithstanding paragraph (i) of clause (a), where authorized in writing by the
Board, a recreational club operating a licensed premises in which regular meal service is provided may sell and serve liquor from 12 o'clock noon until 10 o'clock p.m. each day."
3. Clause (a) of Regulation 5.10 is repealed and the following is substituted:
"5.10 (a) Subject to Regulation 5.09, liquor may be sold on licensed premises during the
hours specified in the licence, not exceeding a total of 14 hours, commencing not earlier than 9
o'clock a.m. and ending not later than 1 o'clock a.m. of the following day."
4. Clause (c) of Regulation 5.10 is repealed and the following substituted:
"(c) All public-house or lounge licensed premises, or dining-lounge licensed premises operated as a cabaret, or licensed premises operated by a club, shall be cleared of patrons within one-
half hour after the sale of liquor ceases under clauses (a) and (Z>)."
5. Clauses (a) and (b) of Regulation 5.14 are repealed and clauses (c), (d), and (e) are
renumbered as clauses (a), (b), and (c).
6. Paragraphs (i) and (iv) of clause (g) of Regulation 14.01 are repealed.
7. Clauses (/.) and (i) of Regulation 14.01 are repealed.
8. These regulations come into force on the 1st day of July 1970.
Plebiscites
Results of plebiscites held under the Government Liquor Act and the Liquor-control
Plebiscites Act are contained in a report published by the Chief Electoral Office.
Price Lists
Orders in Council passed and affecting the price lists during the period April 1, 1970, to
March 31, 1971, are as follows:
Price List
Order in
Council
Date
Approved
Remarks
1234
2607
4282
14-4-70
3-8-70
15-12-70
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1971
Premises
Lease
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Administrative Offices
1016 Langley St., Victoria	
$
LCB property; revenue from rental of
top floor, $700 per month.
LCB property.
LCB property; revenue from rental of
a portion of ground floor, $7,944.63
per month.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property (Crown lands).
Warehouses
Vancouver:
3100 East Broadway 	
 	
3200 East Broadway.	
Government Liquor Stores
Armstrong —
31-8-71
3 years
100.00
525.00
305.00
125.00
618.13
Atlin   —	
Bella Coola
31-12-74
30-11-75
31-5-72
10 years
5 years
10 years
Bralorne— -  	
Includes heat, light, and water.
LCB property.
LCB property (Crown lands).
31-8-77
10 years
466.66
Campbell River (old store-site)	
LCB property.
30-6-73
31-8-85
10 years
15 years
241.67
610.00
Chemainus.-  	
31-12-75
30-11-71
10 years
3 years
500.00
274.00
moval.
Cloverdale	
30-9-75
31-3-76
30^1-76
30-9-77
31-8-74
31-5-78
31-10-72
30-11-75
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
2 years
10 years
256.66
331.17
504.00
518.75
300.00
280.32
400.00
504.00
520.20
400.00
Comox             -
Creston   -	
Edmonds (Burnaby)	
Monthly tenancy; includes heat, light,
and water.
30-9-71
31-1-72
31-12-79
31-1-75
1 year
10 years
10 years
10 years
300.00
266.66
541.37
525.00
Fort St. John        	
Fort St. John (old store-site)-	
LCB    property;    rented,    $175    per
30-6-80
31-10-80
31-10-73
30-11-79
30-11-71
30-11-77
30-6-75
28-2-80
30-11-76
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
400.00
500.00
250.00
583.33
189.00
266.66
331.67
110.00
815.84
month.
Golden    -
Gold River.          	
Includes water.
Haney   	
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
31-12-73
31-1-76
5 years
10 years
297.50
403.34
502.31
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D 31
APPENDIX (2—Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1971—Continued
Premises
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued
Hudson Hope 	
Invermere-	
Kamloops  	
Kamloops(North)— _ —
Kaslo   -	
Kelowna  -	
Kennedy Heights (North Delta)
Keremeos  	
Kimberley -	
Kitimat— 	
Ladner	
Ladysmith— - -	
Lake Cowichan 	
Langley  —
Langley (old store-site)	
Lillooet     _
Lumby- — 	
Lynn Valley (North Vancouver)
Lytton       -
McBride  	
Madeira Park  — —
Maillardville— -	
Merritt-  —
Mission— — —
Nakusp —	
Nanaimo:
25 Cavan St __ _.
Terminal Park -
Natal 	
Nelson-—	
New Denver 	
New Westminster:
Tenth St  	
Eighth Ave. and McBride St..
North Burnaby - -
North Vancouver -	
Ocean Falls-—   -
Oliver 	
100 Mile House..
Osoyoos	
Park Royal (West Vancouver)..
Parksville -   - _
Penticton  —
Penticton (old store-site)—	
Port Alberni  	
Port Coquitlam - 	
Port Hardy  	
Port Moody— -
Powell River	
Prince George:
1188 Sixth Avenue-
1905 Victoria St.-	
Prince Rupert  -
Princeton 	
Qualicum	
Queen Charlotte City~
Quesnel	
30-11-79
31-1-77
31-3-72
30-11-76
30-9-78
31-5-74
30-6-80
30-9-71
31-5-79
30-11-71
30-11-79
31-7-73
31-7-74
30-9-71
31-12-71
30-11-79
30-9-77
31-12-71
28-2-77
31-1-77
30-4-75
30-11-80
30-9-76
31-1-79
31-3-74
30-4-76
30-11-75
30-11-77
31-5-72
31-10-75
30-4-76
29-11-77
30-11-76
31-10-72
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
3 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
15 months
10 years
10 years
10 years
3 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
7 years,
11 months,
29 days
10 years
560.00
642.66
264.00
473.67
675.00
360.00
668.25
270.00
500.00
150.00
595.00
116.33
325.00
210.00
375.00
729.17
498.33
200.00
427.27
115.00
599.60
75.00
600.00
600.00
316.67
510.00
1,061.25
350.00
568.20
993.34
400.00
250.00
416.67
687.50
480.00
10 years    [      140.00
|     	
1,035.00
LCB property.
Old store-site is LCB property.
Old store-site is LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Subleased by  Board;  revenue from
monthly rental, $270.
Includes heat and hot water.
Includes heat.
Old store-site is LCB property.
Includes heat and water.
LCB property; revenue from monthly
rental, $40.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property; living-quarters rented,
$30 per month.
Includes water, gas, electricity, and
sewage rates; revenue from rental
of portion of ground floor, $50 per
month.
LCB property.
LCB property (Crown lands).
LCB property (Crown lands).
LCB property.
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
J
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1971—Continued
Premises
Lease
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Government Liquor Stores—■
Continued
$
185.00
water, and garbage disposal.
Richmond:
31-3-74
31-12-78
31-7-79
30-11-81
30-4-71
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
5 years
474.23
577.10
Rutland               -	
750.00
533.34
150.00
Sechelt -	
30-6-74
28-2-78
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
300.00
400.00
475.00
316.67
457.50
Sicamous   	
Sidney 	
Smithers — - — _.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
30-4-74
31-5-71
31-3-74
31-3-75
31-8-75
LCB    property;    rented,    $100    per
10 years
316.67
345.00
550.00
280.00
1,029.05
539.89
165.00
month.
LCB property (Crown lands).
Summerland -	
10 years
10 years
Trail    -	
31-12-80
10 years
Ucluelet — - 	
Monthly tenancy; includes heat.
Vancouver:
3100  East  Broadway   (Central
LCB property.
3176 West Broadway	
31-3-75
10 years
577.50
1155 Bute St.	
214-218 Carrall St.	
30-4-71
31-3-71
5 years
1 year
305.00
416.00
1,925.00
775 Davie St..	
18th Ave. and Dunbar St    .
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
140 East Eighth Ave 	
LCB property.
230 East Hastings St.       .
LCB property.
822-826 Hornby St	
10 years
10 years
LCB property.
2060   West  41st  Ave.   (Kerris-
dale)	
30-4-77
30-11-76
770.00
835.73
8495 Granville St. (Marpole)
817-829 West Pender St.
LCB property; revenue received from
2637  East  Hastings  St.   (Ren-
rentals, $410 per month.
LCB property.
1716 Robson St.
31-5-75
31-12-75
30-6-72
30-9-80
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
871.25
466.67
357.00
433.33
4423 Main St 	
6399 Victoria Drive    	
Valemount  	
LCB property.
10 years
15 years
5 years
LCB property.
Victoria:
1960 Foul Bay Road 	
1480 Government St	
31-12-77
31-10-79
31-12-72
1,065.90
1,015.00
525.00
634 Humboldt St	
Wells	
31-3-72
30^-79
1 year
500.00
White Rock ...	
10 years
555.83
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D 33
APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Permits Issued from April 1, 1970, to March 31, 1971 (Recapitulation)
Description
Number
Issued
Price
Amount
Druggists, physicians, dentists, and veterinaries, sec. 11 (a)	
Hospitals and sanitoria, sec. 11 (a) 	
$
112
14
40
$
.25
.25
.25
.25
$
28.00
3.50
Mechanical and manufacturers, sec. 11 (a)	
Mechanical and manufacturers, issued free, sec. 11 (a)
Minister of the gospel, sec. 11 (b)
10.00
33
8.25
Permits, sec. 11 (c)
3,285                    1.00
29,737                  2.00
1        |
3,285.00
Permits, sec. 11 (c)	
59,474.00
Permits, issued free for Government purposes, sec. 11 (c)	
Totals	
33.272         !
62,808.75
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1971
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Alberni Electoral District
Gold River.... .    	
$
360,636
671,090
12,299
2,539,543
321,657
433,101
144,220
56,874
320,669   .
270,306
646.067
197,598
214,593
439,982
509,791
2,479,804
4,261,567
1,953,922
1,756,058   ;
2,564,233
303,717
306,135
703,270
1,442,163
58,984
1,742,403
1,461,746
2,386,770
679,286
545,022
204,908
$
123,850
230,468
4,223
872,137
110,464
148,737
49,528
19,532
110,129
92,829
221,874
67,860
73,696
151,100
175,074
851,621
1,463,519
671,021
603,070
880,616
104,303
105,134
241,519
495,272
20,257
598,381
501,997
819,671
233,282
187,173
70,370
$
29,620
36,537
2,287
123,454
21,202
24,801
12,938
15,412
20,653
17,644
38,849
17,359
18,136
30,128
39,191
125,022
205,922
131,100
113,183
147,152
21,174   i
25,920
39,302
84,747
10,880   i
85,431
81,564
119,785
38,766
38,906
20,086
$
94,230
Parksville—	
Port Alberni—Northport (opened Mar. 24, 1971 )..
Port Alberni—Tenth Ave              	
193,931
1,936
748,683
Qualicum 	
Ucluelet	
89,262
123,936
Zeballos... 	
Atlin Electoral District
Atlin	
36,590    .
4,120
89,476
Stewart  	
75,185
Boundary-Similkameen Electoral District
183,025
50,501
55,560
120,972
135,883
726,599
Burnaby Electoral District
Brentwood	
1,257,597
539,921
489,887
733,464
Cariboo Electoral District
83,129
79,214
100 Mile House	
202,217
410,525
Wells   	
9,377
512,950
Chilliwack Electoral District
420,433
699,886    -
Columbia River Electoral District
Golden   	
Invermere   	
Radium	
194,516
148,267    .
50,284
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1971—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Comox Electoral District
Alert Bay 	
Campbell River  	
Comox  - 	
Courtenay  — 	
Cumberland 	
Port Hardy  	
Coquitlam Electoral District
Maillardville—   —	
Port Coquitlam — — 	
Port Moody — _   —
Cowichan-M<tlahat Electoral District
Chemainus   —
Duncan 	
Ladysmith 	
Lake Cowichan        	
Delta Electoral District
Tsawwassen (opened Dec. 14, 1970)	
White Rock.      	
Dewdney Electoral District
Agassiz    - -	
Haney 	
Kennedy Heights  	
Ladner    -
Mission   	
Esquimalt Electoral District
Colwood  _ 	
Esquimalt 	
Sooke      	
Fort George Electoral District
McBride     	
Prince George—Sixth Ave..	
Prince George—20th Ave	
Valemount (opened Oct. 10, 1970)	
Kamloops Electoral District
Clearwater     	
Kamloops  	
North Kamloops   _ _
Kootenay Electoral District
Cranbrook 	
Fernie   	
Kimberley — _ —
Natal  	
Langley Electoral District
Cloverdale  _
Langley    	
Mackenzie Electoral District
Bella Coola  -
Gibsons	
Madeira Park (opened June 26, 1970)	
Ocean Falls    	
Powell River  _	
Sechelt      _
Texada Island   	
Nanaimo Electoral District
CavanSt    __
Terminal Park  	
373,978
2,266,811
440,973
1,668,052
210,418
871,656
2,381,858
1,616,782
1,620,284
492,059
1,980,394
539,798
496,105
303,088
1,671,161
521,580
1,-881,463
2,795,856
1,339,667
1,013,992
1,578,504
1,973,905
339,591
173,741
3,891,348
2,723,950
59,686
274,479
3,490,641
1,699,162
1,789,470
849,808
820,190
346,906
1,051,506
1,901,938
208,295
571,159
165,437
346,924
1,661,101
489,440
123,587
2,516,526
1,594,468
$
128,433
778,474
151,440
572,847
72,263
299,346
817,984
555,240
556,442
168,985
680,112
185,379
170,374
104,087
573,915
179,123
646,137
960,160
460,072
348,228
542,095
677,884
116,623
59,667
1,336,377
935,466
20,497
94,262
1,198,766
583,531
614,545
291,843
281,672
119,316
361,111
653,169
71,533
196,149
56,815
119,142
570,460
168,085
42,443
864,232
547,577
$
24,832
111,054
29,835
74,189
19,564
50,006
120,473
87,371
91,905
33,241
111,704
31,181
27,749
24,654
95,645
22,868
106,024
177,777
87,571
64,720
88,110
106,904
26,755
16,578
158,146
142,382
9,586
25,492
164,993
91,089
81,187
38,032
42,209
20,336
64,806
97,979
17,033
44,259
13,548
21,714
92,933
36,763
16,126
112,892
96,526
$
103,601
667,420
121,605
498,658
52,699
249,340
697,511
467,869
464,537
135,744
568,408
154,198
142,625
79,433
478,270
156,255
540,113
782,383
372,501
283,508
453,985
570,980
89,868
43,089
1,178,231
793,084
10,911
68,770
1,033,773
492,442
533,358
253,811
239,463
98,800
296,305
555,190
54,500
151,890
43,267
97,428
477,527
131,322
26,317
751,340
451,051
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1970/71
D 35
APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1971—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Nelson-Creston Electoral District
Creston..
Nelson._
Salmo_
New Westminster Electoral District
Eighth Ave. and McBride St. (opened Oct. 16,
1970)	
Tenth St 	
North Okanagan Electoral District
Vernon-
Lumby._
North Peace River Electoral District
Fort Nelson  	
Fort St. John	
Hudson Hope   	
North Vancouver Electoral District
Lynn Valley	
Second Ave	
Oak Bay Electoral District
Nil..
Omineca Electoral District
Burns Lake	
Fort St. James-
Fraser Lake (opened June 26,1970)..
Houston (opened Dec. 5,1970)	
Vanderhoof 	
Prince Rupert Electoral District
Prince Rupert-
Queen Charlotte City-
Revelstoke-Slocan Electoral District
Kaslo	
Nakusp	
New Denver	
Revelstoke    	
Richmond Electoral District
Brighouse 	
Seafair — — 	
Rossland-Trail Electoral District
Castlegar  	
Fruitvale (opened Nov. 5, 1970)— 	
Rossland  __
Trail  	
Saanich and the Islands Electoral District
Ganges    	
Saanich  	
Sidney      	
Shuswap Electoral District
Armstrong—
Chase	
Enderby	
Salmon Arm_
Sicamous (opened June 2, 1970) „
Net Operating
Profit
36,027
58,343
31,020
330,283
915,852
354,258
235,864
11,988
97,218
463,563
135,647
594,482
371,115
44,541
100,093
83,177
254,774
47,007
 D 36
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1971—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Skeena Electoral District
Hazelton..
Kitimat—
Smithers-
Terrace—
South Okanagan Electoral District
Kelowna.
Rutland—
Summerland-— — - — —
South Peace River Electoral District
Chetwynd-
Dawson Creek-
Surrey Electoral District
Guildford _   --.
Vancouver Electoral Districts
3176 West Broadway  	
1155 Bute St. (opened Dec. 3, 1970)	
216 Carrall St _	
Central Licensee Store..
775 Davie St._
3610 West 18th Ave. (Dunbar)  (opened Feb. 6,
1971)     	
140 East Eighth Ave.—   	
230 East Hastings St   	
822 Hornby St._
2060 West 41st Ave. (Kerrisdale).
8495 Granville St. (Marpole)..
829  West  Pender  St.   (including  beer  licensee
sales)
2637 East Hastings St. (Renfrew).
1716 Robson St„
4423 Main St. (at 28th Ave.)..
6399 Victoria Drive	
Victoria Electoral District
1960 Foul Bay Road (Fort St.)	
1480 Government St..  	
634 Humboldt St	
West Vancouver-Howe Sound Electoral District
Park Royal 	
Squamish  —
West Vancouver  	
Yale-Lillooet Electoral District
Ashcroft—
Bralorne—
Hope	
Lillooet—
Lytton	
Merritt	
Princeton..
$
283,573
1,273,061
821,264
1,771,968
3,566,163
694,501
386,254
301,039
1,637,861
2,635,555
5,496,720
774,142
1,337,161
7,780,097
1,648,352
210,924
3,731,481
1,999,718
4,079,916
3,201,907
3,886,213
13,123,739
3,405,305
4,177,530
4,396,706
3,647,629
3,906,683
5,978,157
2,599,750
4,090,412
■841,512
2,029,666
338,043
100,972
953,794
500,557
275,593
943,303
511,385
$
97,386
437,198
282,041
608,534
1,224,702
238,507
132,648
103,384
562,479
905,110
1,887,699
265,858
459,211
2,671,862
566,082
72,436
1,281,475
686,749
1,401,136
1,099,608
1,334,614
4,506,991
1,169,459
1,434,659
1,509,929
1,252,679
1,341,644 |
2,053,035 j
892,813
1,404,740 |
288,994 |
697,033 |
116,092
34,676
327,551
171,903
94,645
323,951
175,621
Totals..
224,238,136
77,008,478
18,180
74,278
52,035
91,114
183,129
64,076
30,664
25,711
83,967
141,850
321,241
69,995
112,394
160,681
119,332
21,438
241,283
125,660
245,743
166,238
235,685
284,731
207,675
250,403
265,578
200,326
190,991
336,127
194,374
206,315
50,369
131,780
27,012
12,236
63,052
33,816
16,873
61,278
35,057
79,206
362,920
230,006
517,420
1,041,573
174,431
101,984
77,673
478,512
763,260
1,575,458
195,863
346,817
2,511,181
446,750
50,998
1,040,192
561,089
1,155,393
933,370
1,098,929
4,222,260
961,784
1,184,256
1,244,351
1,052,353
1,150,653
1,716,908
698,439
1,198,425
238,625
565,253
89,080
22,440
264,499
138,087
77,772
262,673
140,564
12,225,387
64,783,091
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