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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liquor Control Board
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT
Fifty-first Annual Report
April 1, 1971, to March 31, 1972
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1972
  To Colonel the Honourable Iohn 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 the Fifty-first Annual Report of the
Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31, 1972.
ALEX. MACDONALD
A ttorney-General
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, British Columbia, October 10,1972.
 Liquor Control Board,
Victoria, British Columbia,
October 3, 1972.
The Honourable Alex. Macdonald, Q.C.
A ttorney-General,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, British Columbia.
Sir: I have the honour to transmit herewith the Fifty-first Annual Report of
the Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31, 1972.
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 Fifty-first Annual Report, covering the
operation from April 1, 1971, to March 31, 1972.
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 1,1971,
Profit and Loss Account \    to March 31, 1972.
Appendix B—Law Enforcement
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1, 1971, to March 31, 1972.
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, 1971, to March 31, 1972.
Statement of Store Sales, by Electoral Districts, for Fiscal Year Ended March
31, 1972.
Orders of Interdiction and Licences Issued, by Electoral Districts, for Fiscal
Year Ended March 31, 1972.
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, 1972, was 1,162, there being 1,121 men and 41 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
Prince Rupert Masset May 8, 1971
South Okanagan  Kelowna June 1, 1971
West Vancouver-Howe Sound. Pemberton June 29, 1971
Fort George Mackenzie Nov. 27, 1971
North Vancouver-Capilano Westview Shopping Centre,
North Vancouver Feb. 25, 1972
 B 6 BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Board was able to secure new premises at more advantageous locations
in the following centres:
Electoral District Location of Store Date of Opening
Kootenay 721 Second Ave., Fernie June 22, 1971
North Okanagan.____ 3419—31st Ave., Vernon June 23, 1971
Revelstoke-Slocan...Sixth Street, New Denver July 19, 1971
Shuswap 2115 Pleasant Valley Road,
Armstrong Aug. 27, 1971
Vancouver 2769 East Hastings St., Vancouver Nov. 1, 1971
Kootenay 117 Red Cedar Drive, Sparwood Nov. 2, 1971
Burnaby Middlegate Shopping Centre,
7155 Kingsway, Burnaby Dec. 6, 1971
Columbia River Radium Dec. 14, 1971
Victoria 633 Courtney St., Nootka Court,
Victoria Feb. 12,1972
Coquitlam 1033 Austin Road, Coquitlam Mar. 3, 1972
Revelstoke-Slocan .111 Campbell Ave., Revelstoke Mar. 9, 1972
New premises within the same shopping centre were opened by the Board at
700 Tranquille Road, North Kamloops, on November 12, 1971.
The stores at the following locations were converted to self-serve: Burnaby
(420 Brentwood, 4567 Lougheed Highway), Campbell River (1301 Tyee Plaza),
Chilliwack (121 Kipp Avenue), Courtenay (300 Eighth Street), Cranbrook (9—
12th Avenue North), Fort St. John (10438—100th Street), Ladner (5194 Trunk
Road), Mission (Mission Shopping Plaza), Nanaimo (Terminal Park Shopping
Centre), Nelson (209 Anderson Street), Penticton (267 Martin Street), and
Sidney (2343 Beacon Avenue).
The Board disposed of its property at the following locations as these properties were surplus to its needs: Campbell River (160 St. Anne's Street), Enderby
(906 Belvedere Street), Fort St. John (10203—100th Avenue), Haney (22571
Lougheed Highway), Invermere (Bruce Avenue), Kamloops (124 Victoria Street),
Merritt (2099 Granite Avenue), Penticton (129 Nanaimo Avenue West), Quesnel
(349 Reid Street), and Vernon (2902—29th Avenue).
Due to the closure of mining and townsite by Bralorne Can-Fer Resources
Limited, the Government Liquor Store therein located ceased operations at the
closing of business, September 30, 1971, and stock and usable Board property were
removed from the premises and relocated.
The Government Liquor Store premises situate at 822 Hornby Street, Vancouver, were vacated by the Board January 22, 1972, and transferred to the Department of Public Works.
The Board vacated the Government Liquor Store premises situate at 214-218
Carrall Street, Vancouver, April 24, 1971, on expiration of the lease.
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
16, 17, 18, 20, 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, 1972, amounted to $8,952,793, being a
decrease of $643,807 in the value of stocks as at March 31, 1971.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 7
SALES
The total sales of $260,869,951 show an increase over the previous fiscal year
of $36,631,815. For comparative purposes, classification of sales is given hereunder
for the fiscal years ended March 31, 1971, and March 31, 1972:
Comparative Classification of Sales
Wines and spirits— 1971/72
Spirits (rye whisky, bourbon whisky,
Scotch whisky, Irish whisky, brandy, $
gin, rum, vodka, alcohol)   124,562,043
Liqueurs, cocktails, vermouth  6,951,339
Port, sherry, and still burgundy	
Champagne and sparkling wine	
Claret and sauternes       1,622,406
Miscellaneous wines       4,015,656
1,805,314
635,428
8,078,804
1970/71
108,922,751
5,178,890
131,513,382        114,101,641
1,568,072
539,317
1,311,179
2,843,567
6,262,135
British   Commonwealth   and   South   African
wines—
British Columbia      22,236,322
Australian 	
Ontario 	
South African
Alberta 	
Oriental wines
Cider 	
1,554,792
1,196,971
411,618
12,471
25,412,174
89,883
814,695
17,881,251
1,249,855
1,054,043
295,755
4,760
20,485,664
63,661
558,630
Malt liquor—
British Columbia beer, ale, and stout _—    93,384,892
Imported beer, ale, and stout       1,576,121
94,961,013
Totals
81,699,474
1,066,931
82,766,405
260,869,951        224,238,136
DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period
under review amounted to $32,739,499, 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:
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fiscal Year 1971/72 Fiscal Year 1970/71
$ $
Duty and excise  30,789,511 12,277,110
Sales tax      1,949,988 1,639,196
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.
BURGLARIES
Burglaries occurred at the following Government Liquor Stores during the
period under review: value, including
Cash, Goods Stolen,
and Equipment
Date Store Damaged
April 13, 1971 Fort Nelson ....
May 2, 1971 Merritt	
May 6, 1971 Chilliwack	
May 7, 1971 South Burnaby,
May 16, 1971 Oliver	
June 11, 1971 Fort Nelson.__.__
July 10, 1971 Williams Lake-
July 13, 1971 Rutland	
July 17, 1971 Merritt	
August 9, 1971 Lillooet	
August 10, 1971 Invermere	
August 11, 1971 Williams Lake	
August 27, 1971 Fort St. James	
August 31, 1971 Lumby     2
September 11, 1971 Williams Lake	
September 22, 1971 Williams Lake	
September 25, 1971 Duncan	
September 11, 1971 Vanderhoof..
October 11, 1971 Fort Nelson-
October 17, 1971 Williams Lake	
October 23, 1971 Chetwynd	
October 29, 1971 Dawson Creek	
December 9, 1971 Robson St., Vancouver.
December 11, 1971 Davie St., Vancouver...
December 12, 1971 Atlin	
December 18, 1971 Dawson Creek	
December 27, 1971 Fernie 	
December 28, 1971 Port Moody-
December 31, 1971 West Vancouver     1
January 15, 1972 Powell River	
72.42
70.92
59.51
92.05
40.68
84.14
211.03
61.88
226.47
39.99
208.56
320.67
24.88
,888.59
271.99
190.10
54.68
801.06
101.78
250.11
115.10
283.93
220.00
661.00
96.17
85.74
81.69
131.12
,478.61
50.93
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 9
Date
Store
Value, Including
Cash, Goods Stolen,
and Equipment
Damaged
January 29, 1972 Mission	
February 18, 1972 Nootka Court, Victoria	
February 25, 1972 Nootka Court, Victoria	
March 5, 1972 Fort St. James	
March 6, 1972 Cache Creek	
March 11, 1972 Radium      1,190.36
March 11, 1972 Invermere        999.72
March 17, 1972 Sicamous        153.79
$
149.97
82.33
41.77
143.85
118.50
12,156.09
All losses which occurred in the above-mentioned burglaries were settled in
full by the insurance company, with no loss to the Board.
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 $65,715, being an increase of $2,918 over the
previous year.
LICENCES
The following summary indicates the number of licences issued, the number
of licences suspended or cancelled, and the licences transferred during the period
under review:
Licences Issued
Issued From
Apr. 1, 1971, to
Dec. 31, 1971,
for Year 1971
Issued From
Jan. 1, 1972, to
March 31, 1972,
for Year 1972
Total Issued
for Fiscal
Year Ended
March 31,1972
6
81
134
24
503
363
863
595
7
8
509
...
997
619
7
8
245
2,339
2,584
Licences Transferred
Transfers From
April 1, 1971, to
Dec. 31, 1971,
for Year 1971
Transfers From
Jan. 1, 1972, to
March 31, 1972,
for Year 1972
Total Transfers
for Fiscal
Year Ended
March 31, 1972
53
25
58
25
19
7
22
10
72
32
80
35
161
58
219
 B  10 BRITISH COLUMBIA
Licences Suspended or Cancelled
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review
was as follows:
Surrendered
Suspended or Cancelled
Public-house licences   11 2
Dining-room licences   3 32
Dining-lounge licences   7 7
Lounge licences   2 8
Totals      23 49
INTERDICTIONS
Forty-one orders of interdiction were made pursuant to the provisions of
section 97 of the Government Liquor Act.
Nineteen orders of revocation of orders of interdiction were made pursuant
to section 99 of the Government Liquor Act.
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 section 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  6,223
Premises covered by dining-room licences  1,844
Premises covered by dining-lounge licences  4,794
Premises covered by lounge licences  3,535
Total number of investigations  1,752
Total number of interviews  3,152
Total number of miles travelled by various means of transportation   153,605
Improvements in the existing hotels have continued throughout the Province both in the hotels proper and licensed premises, involving expenditures of
$14,272,290.
Seven new hotels were constructed during this period providing first-class
accommodation for the travelling public, with 420 rooms, at a cost of $7,260,962.
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,  1971/72
APPENDIX A
B  11
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31,  1972
ASSETS
CURRENT:
Cash in bank    __   	
Cash in hands of warehouse manager and vendors 	
Cash in transit to Provincial Treasury   	
Accounts receivable      	
           10,837
. _.... _     527,170
 —   6,770,118
         108,186
Inventories  of merchandise  at  cost,  as  determined  and  certified  by  officials  of  the
Board               8,952,793
Advance payments for merchandise           299,309
16,668,413
LAND, BUILDINGS, AND EQUIPMENT:
Land at cost	
Buildings at cost, less depreciation  	
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment at cost, less depreciation
562,277
1,139,534
370,346
PREPAID AND DEFERRED:
Unexpired premiums—general insurance and fidelity bonds
2,072,157
29,478
18,770,048
LIABILITIES
CURRENT:
Accounts payable:
General	
Liquor 	
1,488,674
9,575,827
GENERAL RESERVE  	
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, WORKING CAPITAL ADVANCES
11,064,501
1,050,500
6,655,047
18,770,048
W. A. BRUCE
Chairman
SCHOFIELD, CA.
Chiej Accountant
I have examined the balance sheet of British Columbia Liquor Control Board as at March 31, 1972, 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 I considered necessary in the circumstances.
In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Board as at March 31,
1972, 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.
Comptroller-General, Province of British Columbia
Victoria, British Columbia, May 15, 1972.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX A—Continued
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS FOR THE YEAR
ENDED MARCH 31, 1972
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SALES      - - -  260,869,951
COST OF MERCHANDISE SOLD:
Stock on hand, March 31, 1971
Purchases      	
9,596,600
160,898,032
Less stock on hand, March 31, 1972
170,494,632
8,952,793
GROSS PROFIT
161,541,839
99,328,112
WAREHOUSE EXPENSES:
Salaries  and wages 	
Civil   Service   Superannuation   Fund—employer   contributions—current
and retired employees  	
Canada Pension Plan—employer contributions    	
Telephone and telegraph    	
Light, water, and fuel   _ 	
Property charges    _. .._	
Depreciation             _	
Sundries  (including  alterations) __ 	
Postage  — —	
RETAIL STORE EXPENSES:
Salaries and wages  _	
Civil   Service   Superannuation   Fund-
and retired  employees   	
employer   contributions—current
Canada Pension Plan—employer contributions
Telephone and telegraph  	
Light, water, and fuel    „
Property  charges      	
Depreciation      	
Sundries   (including alterations)    	
Postage and express    	
Rents   __    	
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-
and retired employees   	
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   	
Employee's group insurance 	
Depreciation    	
Sundries (including alterations)
Workmen's Compensation Board
826,779
39,825
10,188
6,520
33,053
65,567
188,374
126,563
1,816
10,741,192
516,565
132,151
34,833
257,161
71,552
180,817
389,458
17,201
780,457
104,696
483,725
120,609
90,952
6,849
22,209
7,690
63,651
5,961
38,314
82,336
28,280
6,568
4,661
17,433
46,589
12,457
11,319
90,482
29,809
1,298,685
13,226,083
1,169,894
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES
OPERATING  PROFIT    ...
15,694,662
83,633,450
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
APPENDIX A—Continued
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS—Continued
$ $
OPERATING PROFIT,  brought forward  	
B   13
83,633,450
OTHER INCOME:
Licence fees—
—
267,350
35,325
282,131
298,835
237,502
5,475
1,126,618
599,817
101,900
Dining-rooms,   dining-lounges,  and lounges  2-per-cent monthly
li-
Public houses 2-cents-per-gallon monthly licensing fees _
Sundry—
112,380
282,108
12
138,454
65,715
1,148
151,594
10,908
32,606
SUNDRY EXPENSES:
1,828,335
195,108
NET SUNDRY INCOME     	
1,633,227
1972,
transferred to the
Consoli-
NET PROFIT FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,
85,266,677
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B
Summary of Prosecutions Under the Government Liquor Act
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1,026.66
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3,984
442
278
331
2,933
113,547.66
113,547.66
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
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APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police
Section 58—Prohibition of Liquor Other Than Beer in Public Houses
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235.00
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150.00
200.00
Prince Rupert:
150.00
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4
1
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350.00
350.00
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Alberni:
6
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1
2
7
23
2
47
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19
11
29
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1,050.00
370.00
620.00
1,050.00
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620.00
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
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Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
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3
13
6
7
1
16
10
13
3
1
14
6
2
5
25
5
15
22
15
145.00
145.00
2
360.00
360.00
Chilliwack:
9
2
505.00
505.00
Chilliwack City
300.00
170.00
	
300.00
5
2
	
170.00
2
1
1
325.00
300.00
85.00
325.00
300.00
 —
85.00
Columbia River:
310.00
310.00
775.00
775.00
725.00
870.00
725.00
Comox:
2
2
870.00
3
	
190.00
190.00
480.00
75.00
245.00
480.00
	
75.00
1
245.00
380.00
400.00
130.00
 	
380.00
Coquitlam:
2
400.00
130.00
1
	
125.00
125.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
2
410.00
410.00
Ladysmith   	
1
1
2
380.00
380.00
1
315.00
315.00
1
575.00
1,220.00
280.00
        --
575.00
1
1,220.00
Delta:
	
280.00
2
1
285.00
285.00
Dewdney:
25.00
25.00
735.00
735.00
	
45.00
45.00
	
1
325.00
135.00
120.00
	
325.00
135.00
1
	
120.00
Esquimalt:
50.00
50.00
1
610.00
610.00
Fort George:
1
1
275.00
275.00
445.00
120.00
50.00
305.00
445.00
120 00
	
	
	
-
50.00
Kamloops:
305 00
175.00
175.00
Kootenay:
	
50.00
195.00
- —
50.00
1
195 00
450.00
200.00
240.00
450.00
200.00
240 00
Langley:
	
405.00
360.00
405 00
5
360 00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B  17
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 61—Prohibitions as to Minors—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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30
54
23
16
9
3
22
11
18
4
9
20
5
39
6
30
75
22
7
16
13
7
15
18
2
4
31
2
26
7
103
12
11
15
29
9
2
7
15
8
37
2
4
20
3
39
1
12
32
14
6
7
7
10
4
5
1
1
23
45
13
12
4
2
20
11
18
4
8
18
4
37
6
29
60
15
7
12
11
6
11
17
$
$
650.00
$
S
650.00
i
1
—
1,965.00
1,965.00
350.00
470.00
350.00
4:uoo
Nanaimo:
230.00
230.00
60.00
60.00
Nelson-Creston:
i
785.00
425.00
	
785.00
425.00
	
520.00
175X0
	
520.00
175.00
North Okanagan:
1
1
1
1
235.00
720.00
235.00
1
720.00
175.00
175.00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John	
i
880.00
110.00
880.00
110.00
1
8
5
7
1
	
820.00
1,330.00
335.00
190.C0
820.00
North Vancouver:
1,330.00
1
335.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay-	
	
190.00
Omineca:
3
2
1
4
1
305.00
420.00
120.00
305.00
Fort St. James.   	
420.00
120.00
250.00
250.00
Vanderhoof.	
1
505.00
25.00
...
505.00
Prince Rupert:
Masset  	
2
3
1
Port Edward...  	
1
28
2
19
7
90
10
11
14
29
9
2
7
11
7
27
2
4
14
3
29
1
12
23
12
6
25.00
Prince Rupert	
2
—
840.00
840.00
Balance of district	
30.00
30.00
Revelstoke- Slocan:
Nakusp 	
7
750.00
200.00
1,705.00
750.00
New De.nve.r
	
Richmond:
Richmond 	
13
2
1,705.00
Rossland-Trail:
Castlegar
285.00
235.00
610.00
	
285.00
Fruitvale  	
235.00
Rossland  __  	
1
610.00
Trail  .
955 00
955.C0
Balance of district  	
340.00
25.00
225.00
350 00
	
340.00
Saanich and the Islands:
Central Saanich 	
25.00
Saanich.	
225 00
Sidney ___	
3
1
7
1
350 00
Balance of district 	
225.00
590.00
225 00
Shuswap:
Armstrong..	
3
	
590.00
Enderby 	
70.00
155.00
70 00
Salmon Arm City.-  	
155.00
Salmon Arm District.	
5
1
 —
500.00
75.00
500 00
Spallumcheen   	
75.00
10
905.00
25.00
325.00
540.00
325.00
255.00
905 00
Skeena:
Hazelton  ___ 	
25 00
Kitimat     _	
325.00
Smithers	
8
2
	
1
540.00
325.00
255.00
Balance of district __  	
 B  18
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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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South Okanagan:
14
17
14
9
23
10
22
9
74
99
15
5
7
20
8
10
14
13
12
1
2
3
2
11
14
$
$
325.00
600.00
675.00
325.00
405.00
165.00
$
$
325.00
Summerland— 	
	
1
600.00
14
9
19
10
19
8
73
75
15
1
3
15
8
8
8
12
	
675.00
South Peace River:
325.00
4
405.00
165.00
Surrey:
3
365.00
365.00
1
1
9
195.00
1,795.00
195.00
Vancouver:
9
6
1,795.00
1,390.00
420.00
25.00
45.00
1,390.00
420.00
Victoria:
	
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
4
2
2
	
25.00
2
3
	
45.00
280.00
280.00
Yale-Lillooet:
210.00
170.00
210.00
Hope                                  	
2
1
170.00
5
12
200.00
200.00
1
	
350.00
350.00
1
	
50.00
50.00
Balance of district 	
1
1
Tnt-ls
2,257
217
72
26
1,942
54,590.00
54,590.00
Section 62—Supplying Liquor to Minors
Alberni:
5
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
3
3
1
6
5
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
 	
325 00
325 00
100.00
225.00
	
100.00
225.00
Atlin:
225.00
75.00
250.00
100.00
50.00
150.00
25.00
50.00
225.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
	
75.00
	
	
	
250.00
	
100.00
50.00
Burnaby:
Burnaby
150.00
Cariboo:
100 Mile House..	
25 00
50.00
Chilliwack:
Ahhnt-fnrrl
1
	
1
1
1
5
3
3
1
3
50.00
50.00
50.00
	
	
	
50 00
Columbia River:
	
200.00
400.00
250.00
200 00
	
400 00
Comox:
Alert Rav
	
	
250 00
r.-mphell Uiver
325.00
75.00
250.00
325 00
-
Cowichan-Malahat:
1
2
250 00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B  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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Dewdney:
3
1
1
5
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
3
2
2
5
3
1
6
1
1
3
9
1
6
4
2
3
4
3
1
6
1
2
3
1
3
1
1
11
3
i
	
2
1
1
3
$
$
175.00
$
$
175.00
Esquimalt:
50.00
50.00
Fort George:
150.00
150.00
-
150.00
Kamloops:
2
150.00
Kootenay:
i
2
125.00
125.00
2
Mackenzie:
2
2
4
2
3
2
2
3
3
250.00
250.00
1
—
100.00
200.00
100.00
250.00
250.00
100.00
65.00
250.00
 —
100.00
Nelson-Creston:
200.00
100.00
250.00
North Okanagan:
250.00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John	
100.00
North Vancouver:
2
--
65.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay  	
250.00
Omineca:
	
1
6
325.00
325.00
1
1
1
1
Prince Rupert:
2
6
1
6
3
2
3
4
3
1
4
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
9
2;
100.00
450.00
100.00
600.00
150.00
100.00
150.00
100.00
1
1
-— —
450.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
100.00
600.00
Richmond:
1
150.00
Rossland-Trail:
	
- —
100.00
	
	
	
150.00
Trail 	
275.00
275.00
	
	
	
250.00
250.00
Shuswap:
100.00
100.00
2
300.00
100.00
125.00
125.00
300.00
Skeena:
100.00
Terrace  .	
-
125.00
Balance of district-	
1
	
	
125.00
South Peace River:
50.00
300.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
300.00
Surrey:
Surre v
50.00
Balance of district
50.00
Vancouver:
Vancouver _   . 	
1
1
1
380.00
125.00
380 00
Victoria:
Victoria                       , .    .
125.00
 B  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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1
1
3
3
2
i
$
$
$
$
l
3
1
	
50.00
200.00
50.00
50.00
Yale-Lillooet:
200.00
2
1
50.00
Balance: of district
i
170
7
17
8
138
9,895.00
9,895.00
Section 63—Prohibition Ag
linst Gambling, Etc.
Boundary-Similkameen:
1
2
4
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
50.00
50.00
Burnaby:
50.00
25.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
Comox:
3
	
25.00
Dewdney:
50.00
Skeena:
2
50.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
Pemberton  	
1
11
3
1
7
	
225.00
225 00
Section 64-
—Unlawful Sales
of Liq
uor
Alberni:
31	
2
1
..I         1
	
150.00
150.00
2
1
1
7
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
4
1
1
l
6
150.00
150.00
Columbia River:
50.00
50 00
Comox:
50.00
1,100.00
50 00
Fort George:
1
1,100.00
1
Kamloops:
l
l
2
1
1
50.00
50.00
Mackenzie:
50.00
50.00
Nanaimo:
200.00
150.00
200 00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John	
1
	
150.00
135.00
135.00
North Vancouver:
1
1
1
3
100.00
100.00
Prince Rupert:
150.00
30.00
150 00
Shuswap:
30 00
1
Skeena:
2
4
	
250.00
250.00
225.00
225 00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 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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1
2
30
1
3
1
$
$
$
$
2
18
200.00
2,126.00
200.00
Vancouver:
Vancouver	
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
3
1
6
3
	
2,126.00
Yale-Lillooet:
3
450.00
450.00
Totals
72
6
10
6
50
5,616.00
 1    5,616.00
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in Public Places
Alberni:
Gold River	
2
69
1
1
12
10
6
4
5
2
2
18
12
5
11
1
4
3
3
2
3
6
3
6
15
1
12
4
4
3
13
3
5
4
5
7
25
13
13
40
2
65
1
1
11
10
6
3
5
2
2
17
12
5
6
1
4
2
3
2
2
4
3
5
11
1
11
4
4
	
100.00
3,070.00
50.00
50.00
450.00
450.00
300.00
115.00
225.00
100.00
100.00
750.00
100.00
3
1
3,070.00
50.00
50.00
	
1
450.00
Atlin:
450.00
300.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
1
115.00
225.00
	
	
100.00
100.00
1
750.00
600.00
250.00
275.00
600.00
Burnaby:
250.00
275.00
Cariboo:
5
100 Mile House ..
50.00
100.00
75.00
150.00
50.00
100.CO
Chilliwack:
1
75.00
Chilliwack City 	
150.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
	
1
2
	
100.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
150.00
Columbia River:
	
1
	
275.00
275.00
4
625.00
50.00
550.00
195.00
200.00
150.00
650.00
150.00
185.00
250.00
625.00
50.00
Comox:
1
550.00
195.00
	
200.00
...   .... 1	
_      1           3
150.00
13
3
5
4
650.00
150.00
Coquitlam:
=
185.00
	
250.00
1
5
Cowichan-Malahat:
6
25
13
11
33
	
300.00
1,300.00
1,500.00
650.00
1,450.00
300.00
1,300.00
1,500.00
650 00
1
2
6
	
1,450.00
 B  22
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in Public Places—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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1
6
2
10
1
2
3
3
4
9
4
18
3
1
44
1
3
1
4
4
5
8
6
1
3
1
22
5
4
10
5
1
1
1
3
6
5
1
4
6
5
15
4
5
8
26
1
17
11
1
6
1
9
1
2
2
3
4
8
3
16
3
1
21
1
2
4
4
5
8
6
1
2
1
19
5
3
9
5
1
1
1
$
$
50.00
$
$
50.00
300.00
50.00
450.00
300.00
Dewdney:
-
i
1
50.00
Maple Ridge	
	
450.00
35.00
110.00
100.00
150.00
200.00
400.00
150.00
750.00
150.00
—
35.00
110.00
1
100.00
150.00
Esquimalt:
Esquimalt  	
1
1
1
	
200.00
400.00
Fort George:
150.00
1
750.00
150.00
20.00
20.00
Kamloops:
1
2
20
1,075.00
50.00
1,075.00
50.00
Kootenay:
1
100.00
100.00
1
	
200.00
200.00
200.00
Sparwood	
200.00
195.00
195.00
Langley:
400.00
300.00
50.00
400.00
300.00
Mackenzie:
50.00
1
20.00
20.00
50.00
50.00
1
1
1
1,050.00
250.00
1,050.00
250.00
Nanaimo:
1
150.00
150.00
Nelson-Creston:
1
450.00
235.00
450.00
	
235.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
North Okanagan:
50.00
50.00
3
300.00
600.00
50.00
160.00
325.00
North Peace River:
6
5
1
4
6
3
14
3
4
8
21
1
14
9
300.00
	
	
	
600.00
North Vancouver:
	
^0 00
160.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay                -        	
325.00
Omineca:
2
1
	
150.00
595.00
150.00
595.00
1
150.00
200.00
400.00
1,160.00
50.00
	
150.00
1
	
200.00
400.00
Prince Rupert:
1
3
1
1
3
	
1,160.00
50.00
	
675.00
675.00
Balance of district - 	
1
450.00
450.00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 23
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in Public Places—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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2
1
1
16
2
1
2
1
6
4
5
1
3
1
7
8
6
13
4
6
2
2
3
5
1
1
4
25
8
10
3
5
2
15
2
4
8
8
2
1
1
13
2
1
2
1
6
4
2
1
1
1
6
8
6
12
$
$
100.00
25.00
75.00
460.00
35.00
$
$
100.00
25.00
New Denver	
Richmond:
2
i
	
75.00
460.00
Rossland-Trail:
35.00
50.00
125.00
50.00
125.00
Saanich and the Islands:
75.00
75.00
	
300.00
200.00
270.00
	
300.00
200.00
Shuswap:
3
	
	
	
270.00
50.00
50.00
1
i
50.00
50.00
275.00
425.00
350.00
600.00
200.00
125.00
50.00
125.00
85.00
50.00
50.00
1
—
275.00
Skeena:
425.00
	
	
350.00
Smithers.-    __	
1
600.00
4
4
2
2
3
5
1
1
4
7
7
6
3
5
2
9
1
1
5
1
	
	
200.00
South Okanagan:
Kelowna—	
2
125.00
50.00
South Peace River:
125.00
	
85.00
225.00
50.00
50.00
200.00
275.00
225.00
Surrey:
Surrey   	
	
50.00
50.00
Vancouver:
University District-	
200.00
Vancouver	
9
5
4
1
275.00
Victoria:
Victoria _	
350.00
300.00
150.00
210.00
350.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
Pemberton
4
300.CO
Squamish _	
150.00
West Vancouver	
210.00
Yale-Lillooet:
Hope 	
60.00
60.C0
Lillooet _    -   - .
1
5
1
450.00
50.00
50.00
275.00
450.00
	
50.00
3
1
7
50.00
Lytton   	
2
275.00
50.00
	
50.00
Totals	
870
40
47
61
722
36,190.00
	
36,190.00
Section 68-—Drunkenness in Public Place
Alberni:
Torino	
23
1
4
5
1
12
11
1
2
$
$
$
$
2
Cariboo:
Balance of district	
5
Chilliwack:
Abbotsford  	
1
25.00
25.00
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police-
Section 68—Drunkenness in Public Place—Continued
-Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Columbia River:
44
1
86
9
19
16
10
18
1
22
4
1
5
11
3
1
1
1
66
4
44
$
$
$
$
Coquitlam:
1
50.00
50.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
86
9
19
16
	
	
	
Dewdney:
Fort George:
7
1
3
17
Kamloops:
Kamloops _ -	
Kootenay:
1
50.00
50.00
12
10
Mackenzie:
4
1
North Peace River:
Rossi and-Trail:
3
6
2
2
4
Saanich and the Islands:
1
1
South Okanagan:
1
	
25.00
25.00
Surrey:
1
Vancouver:
1
70.00
	
70.00
Yale-Lillocet:
3
2
6
2
57
357
51
85
216
5
220.00
220.00
Section 69—Gift of Liquor by Brewer or Distiller
Chilliwack:
Abbotsford..
25.00
25.00
Section 71—Place and Time of Sales
Omineca:
Burns Lake .
Section 79—Drunkenness
Chilliwack:
13
1
1
8
5
1
1
$
$
2,225.00
25.00
$
$
2,225.00
25.00
Dewdney:
	
Prince Rupert:
Prince Rupert	
1,000.00
1,000.00
15
81	
7
3,250.00
3,250.00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 25
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 81—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant
Disposition
Electoral District
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Columbia River:
1
2
4
35
1
2
4
18
$
$
50.00
100.00
200.00
676.66
$
$
50.00
Nanaimo:
100.00
Prince Rupert:
200.00
Vancouver:
Vancouver  	
10
i
6
676.66
42
10
i
6
25
1,026.66
	
1,026.66
Section 97—Liquor in Possession of an Interdicted Person
Boundary-Similkameen:
6
2
6
625.00
625.00
	
2
Chilliwack:
Chilliwack City 	
1
25.00
25.00
Columbia River:
1
2
	
300.00
	
300.00
Comox:
1
Kamloops:
1
50.00
50.00
Mackenzie:
1
Omineca:
Burns Lake	
2
100.00
100.00
Totals     	
17
2
3
12
	
1,100.00
1,100.00
Setcion 105—Right to Search Conveyances
Columbia River:
1
11
36
24
50
1
1
5
22
5
Fort George:
6
14
2
1
5
Kootenay:
Nelson-Creston:
2
1
21
47
Revelstoke-Slocan:
Yale-Lillooet:
3
3
Balance of district	
139
105
34
Section 113—Arrest Without Warrant and Examination as to Source of Liquor
Skeena:
Hazelton   	
3
2
1
11 - -
3,984
442
278
331 [ 2,933
113,547.66
113,547.66
I
 B 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District
Disposition
Electoral District
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13
a a
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3
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•a
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Alberni:
Gold River  	
8
170
2
26
8
1
43
14
6
58
9
14
24
13
49
29
35
12
10
27
42
33
21
26
16
7
67
49
26
39
24
19
5
27
18
25
11
9
105
32
24
34
94
17
25
19
46
5
19
9
11
1
8
i
9
5
6
148
2
3
8
$
$
250.00
6,185.00
$
$
250.00
	
6,185.00
75.00
300.00
75.00
12
11
	
300.00
525.00
525.00
1
4
	
2
	
37
14
6
56
9
12
23
12
44
27
34
6
9
20
29
25
16
20
13
7
21
45
25
36
15
19
5
26
18
23
11
3
16
32
22
21
62
17
22
2
45
5
17
8
10
1,500.00
720.00
1,500.00
720.00
Atlin:
300.00
1,870.00
300.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
2
	
1,870.00
390.00
390.00
2
1
1
~~2
240.00
810.00
415.00
1,900.00
240.00
810.00
415.00
4
1
1,900.00
	
1,020.00
1,070.00
1,020.00
Burnaby:
1
6
1
1,070.00
Cariboo:
275.00
275.00
100 Mile House  	
220.00
510.00
220.00
7
1
510.00
Chilliwack:
9
3
8
5
3
2
630.00
2,700.00
630.00
Chilliwack City  	
2,700.00
270.00
425.00
500.00
285.00
935.00
1,800.00
1,100.00
1,770.00
735.00
680.00
225.00
970.00
580.00
270.00
2
1
1
425.00
500.00
	
285.00
Columbia River:
45
1
4
935.00
1,800.00
1
2
5
1,100.00
Comox:
1
1
1,770.00
3
—  -
735.00
680.00
225.00
Port Hardy.	
1
	
970.00
580.00
Coquitlam:
2
635.00
380.00
125.00
710.00
1,680.00
635.00
380.00
1
1
5
2
125.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
86
—
710.00
1,680.00
1
1
4
2
1
2
9
1
1,815.00
1,815.00
10
19
1,225.00
2,920.00
330.00
585.00
1,225.00
2,920.00
Delta:
Delta                               	
330.00
White Rock 	
585.00
Dewdney:
Kent   	
17
75.00
1,210.00
130.00
610.00
235.00
270.00
75.00
1
1,210.00
—
130.00
2
610.00
1
235.00
1
270.00
1
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 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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Esquimalt:
5
27
5
10
41
27
57
65
8
5
36
30
11
23
30
26
33
58
24
46
18
7
36
16
29
8
12
23
5
49
7
38
82
27
16
25
37
17
21
26
33
5
55
22
3
33
9
123
5
25
3
10
36
6
2
40
8
4
5
29
11
20
30
21
26
47
14
34
13
5
33
16
22
8
11
18
4
46
6
37
64
20
16
17
33
15
15
25
25
2
48
17
3
26
8
106
$
$
250.00
1,060.00
150.00
275.00
$
$
250.00
i
1
2
1,060.00
Fort George:
	
150.00
275.00
3
12
24
3
2
17
20
2,445.00
2,445.00
9
14
2
270.00
270.00
70.00
70.00
Kamloops:
1,630.00
275.00
1,630.00
275.00
Kootenay:
18
13
1
1
150.00
195.00
150.00
195.00
650.00
650.00
525.00
435.00
805.00
525.00
3
435.00
Langley:
805.00
5
7
8
10
5
5
1
1
660.00
950.00
1,985.00
660.00
Mackenzie:
	
950.00
2
1
1,985.00
Sechelt 	
400.CO
1,670.00
	
400.00
1
1
1
6
1
1,670.00
Nanaimo:
Nanaimo	
780.00
210.00
1,435.00
660.00
	
7 80.00
210.00
Nelson-Creston:
1,435.00
660.00
2
5
	
	
720.00
475.00
720.00
475.00
North Okanagan:
1
1
1
1
	
4
535.00
720.00
175.00
1,430.00
110.00
535.00
	
720.00
175.00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John.	
2
1
1
3
2
_ _
1,430.00
110.00
1
9
5
4
2
2
4
9
1
1
1,805.00
1,445.00
595.00
765.00
	
1,805.00
North Vancouver:
1,445.00
595.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay   	
765.00
Omineca:
555.00
1,415.00
555.00
1,415.00
595.00
595.00
1
1
1
4
450.00
905.00
1,360.00
75.00
450.00
905.00
Prince Rupert:
3
3
4
2
1
15
1
1,360.00
75.00
2
1
1
2
2,915.00
930.00
200.00
1,375.00
275.00
2,915 00
Balance of district .,	
Revelstoke-Slocan:
	
930.00
200 00
1,375.00
275.00
Richmond:
2
2,315.00
2,315.00
 B 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Rossland-Trail:
Castlegar _.  	
19
14
20
34
12
2
8
32
15
45
3
5
23
4
54
17
18
45
24
9
21
17
16
12
29
18
25
11
78
209
26
18
10
26
11
15
29
18
106
9
66
5
2
12
14
19
33
12
2
8
17
11
32
3
5
15
4
40
14
18
35
22
8
16
14
16
11
25
18
21
10
77
133
$
$
320.00
385.00
$
$
320.00
	
385.00
1
1
-
885.00
885.00
Trail   	
1,230.00
1,230.00
590.00
25.00
300.00
650.00
425.00
890.00
120.00
255.00
550.00
125.00
1,555.00
590.00
Saanich and the Islands:
25.00
300.00
9
3
10
5
1
1
650.00
425.00
Shuswap:
3
890.00
120.00
255.00
6
1
1
	
550.00
125.00
13
2
1
1
1,555.00
Skeena:
850.00
675.00
850.00
	
675.00
9
2
1
1,140.00
875.00
380.00
475.00
600.00
725.00
1,140.00
	
875.00
1
380.00
South Okanagan:
3
2
2
1
1
475.00
600.00
	
725.00
South Peace River:
450.00
740.00
690.00
465.00
295.00
1,995.00
450.00
4
740.00
	
690.00
Surrey:
1
1
1
32
3
	
465.00
	
295.00
Vancouver:
1,995.00
22
1
2
2
3
22
1
5,127.66
895.00
325.00
195.00
540.00
—	
5,127.66
Victoria:
24
7
6
21
11
11
17
16
1
6
1
895.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
9
2
2
325.00
195.00
540.00
Yale-Lillooet:
410.00
280.00
650.00
850.00
50.00
410.00
4
6
1
57
2
1
280.00
6
650.00
1
12
1
14
850.00
36
50.00
325.00
50.00
325.00
Balance of district  	
50
50.00
3,984
442
278
331
2,933
113,547.66
113,547.66
	
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 29
APPENDIX C
Regulations
No amendments were made to regulations under the Government Liquor Act during the
period under review.
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 Officer.
Price Lists
Orders in Council passed and affecting the price lists during the period April 1, 1971, to
March 31, 1972, are as follows:
Price List
Order in
Council
Date
Approved
Remarks
No. 1. Wines and Spirits  	
No. 3. British Columbia Beer, Ale, and Stout-
Nos. 4, 4A, 4b, 4c. Pure Grain Alcohol._	
1942
1942
1942
27/5/71
27/5/71
27/5/71
Amendment.
Amendment.
Amendment.
 B 30
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1972
Premises
(City or Town)
Lease
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
Administrative Offices
1016 Langley St., Vancouver.-
Warehouses
Vancouver:
Marine Drive Property	
3100 East Broadway	
3200 East Broadway... 	
Government Liquor Stores
Abbotsford  	
Agassiz 	
Alert Bay—
Armstrong..
Ashcroft	
Atlin	
Bella Coola...
Brentwood....
Burns Lake	
Cache Creek.
Campbell River..
Capilano (North Vancouver) _
Cassiar	
Castlegar   —
Chase     	
Chemainus	
Chetwynd  —
Chilliwack 	
Clearwater	
Clinton	
Cloverdale	
Colwood	
Comox 	
Courtenay 	
Coquitlam	
Cranbrook	
Creston 	
Cumberland	
Dawson Creek-
Duncan	
Enderby..
Esquimalt	
Fernie —
Fort Nelson	
Fort St. James..
Fort St. John—
Fraser Lake	
Fruitvale —
Ganges	
Gibsons..	
Golden	
Gold River	
Grand Forks..
Greenwood.
Guildford (North Surrey)..
Haney 	
Hazelton  	
Hope
Houston  	
Hudson Hope	
Invermere	
Kamloops—	
Kamloops (North).
30-11-80
31-12-74
31-5-72
30-4-81
30-6-73
31-8-85
31-12-75
30-11-72
30-9-75
31-3-76
30-4-76
30-11-82
31-8-74
31-5-78
31-10-72
30-11-75
31-10-80
30-6-86
31-12-79
31-7-81
30-6-80
31-10-80
31-10-73
30-11-74
3TM1-77
30-6-75
28-2-80
30-11-76
31-1-81
31-12-73
31-1-76
30-11-80
30-11-79
31-1-77
30-11-86
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
1 year
15 years
10 years
10 years
11 years
10 years
10 years
2 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
525.00
305,00
1,013.21
1,166.67
241.67
610.00
950.00
325.00
256.66
331.17
856.80
1,167.19
300.00
280.32
400.00
504.00
400.00
916.67
600.00
541.37
1,125.00
400.00
500.00
250.00
583.33
189.00
266.66
331.67
110.00
815.84
1,165.00
297.50
403.34
502.31
" 560.00
1,045.16
607.50
LCB property; revenue from rental
of top floor, $700 per month.
LCB property.
LCB property; revenue from rental
of a portion of the ground floor,
$7,944.63   per month.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property (Crown lands).
LCB property.
LCB property (Crownlands).
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Agency.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Includes heat and water, snow removal.
LCB property (Crown lands).
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Includes heat and water.
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Includes snow removal.
Monthly tenancy; includes water.
Includes heat.
LCB property.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
APPENDIX C^-Continued
B 31
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1972—Continued
Premises
Lease
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued
$
805.24
Kennedy Heights (North Delta) —
30-11-76
10 years
LCB property.
675.00
928.64
LCB property.
30-9-78
31-10-81
10 years
10 years
LCB property.
LCB property.
Langley _  	
30-6-80
31-5-79
30-11-74
30-11-79
31-7-73
31-7-74
10 years
10 years
3 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
668.25
500.00
185.00
595.00
116.33
325.00
Lynn Valley (North Vancouver)..
Mackenzie	
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Maillardville
375.00
598.50
729.17
875.00
921.91
220.00
Monthly tenancy.
30-4-81
30-11-79
10 years
10 years
10 years
3 years
Middlegate (Burnaby)	
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Mission 	
30-9-77
31-12-74
28-2-77
31-1-77
31-7-81
30-4-75
31-10-80
Includes heat and water.
Nanaimo:
25 Cavan St.	
LCB property; revenue from monthly
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
779.14
969.38
400.00
600.00
687.50
600.00
316.67
510.00
1,061.25
350.00
500.00
918.20
993.34
680.67
400.00
250.00
416.67
687.50
1,200.00
rental, $40.
New Westminster:
Tenth St.           	
Eighth Ave. and McBride St.
LCB property.
30-11-80
30-9-76
31-1-79
31-3-74
30-4-76
30-6-81
30-11-75
30-11-77
31-3-81
31-5-72
31-10-75
30-4-76
29-11-77
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
7 years,
11 months,
29 days
$30 per month.
100 Mile House   	
Includes water, gas, electricity, and
sewage rates; revenue from rental
of  portion  or ground  floor,  $50
per month.
Park Royal (West Vancouver)
Parksville                                  	
Port Alberni:
North Port 	
Port Coquitlam	
Port Moody 	
Prince George:
1188 Sixth Ave	
LCB property (Crown lands).
1905 Victoria St	
31-3-81
31-10-72
10 years
LCB property (Crown lands).
10 years
140.00
Qualicum 	
10 years
LCB property.
Quesnel	
31-12-80
1,035.00
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1972—Continued
Premises
Lt
ase
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Government Liquor Stores—
Continued
$
Richmond:
31-3-74
31-12-78
31-7-79
30-11-81
30^1-76
30-6-74
30-6-80
28-2-78
10 years
10 years
474.23
577.10
750.00
533.34
200.00
former store premises LCB property.
Seafair..  	
Rutland     .                        	
10 years
15 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
2 years
Saanich  .	
LCB property.
300.00
400.00
807.50
316.67
1,270.83
Sidney... _  	
LCB property.
30-4-74
31-5-73
31-3-74
31-3-75
31-8-75
31-12-74
	
31-12-80
South Burnaby (Willingdon)	
LCB    property;    rented,    $100   per
month.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
10 years
316.67
Summerland	
10 years
10 years
5 years
345.00
550.00
280.00
1,029.00
539.89
Trail                                    	
Monthly tenancy.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
Tsawwassen 	
....
10 years
Vancouver:
3100   East  Broadway   (Central
31-3-75
30-11-80
31-3-72
31-1-81
3176 West Broadway	
1155 Bute St.   .        -   	
10 years
10 years
1 year
10 years
577.50
2,016.67
449.00
1,925.00
18th Ave. and Dunbar St	
140 East Eighth Ave.     	
LCB property.
LCB property; revenue from rental
of portion of premises $170 month.
230 East Hastings St.. 	
2060 West 41st Ave. (Kerrisdale)
8495 Granville St. (Marpole)	
817-829 West Pender St	
30^1-77
30-11-76
10 years
10 years
770.00
835.73
2,140.83
871.25
466.67
357.00
433.33
855.31
1,065.90
1,015.00
525.00
2637   East Hastings   St.   (Ren-
31-10-86
31-5-75
31-12-75
30-6-72
30-9-80
30-6-81
31-12-77
31-10-79
31-12-72
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
5 years
rentals, $410 per month.
LCB property.
2769 East Hastings St. (Slocan)...
1716 Robson St.              	
44?i Main St,
Vanderhoof  -.
LCB property.
Victoria:
1960 Foul Bay Road- .    	
1480 Government St 	
634 Humboldt St.           —.   	
633 Courtney St. (Nootka Court)
Wells
favour of new lease for 633 Courtney St.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
31-3-73
1 year
500.00
555.83
LCB property.
Whifn Rn<-V
30-4-79
10 years
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 33
APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Permits Issued From April 1, 1971, to March 31, 1972 (Recapitulation)
Description
Number
Issued
Price
Druggists, physicians, dentists, and veterinaries, sec. 11 (a)..
Hospitals and sanitoria, sec. 11 (a).
Mechanical and manufacturers, sec. 11 (a) 	
Mechanical and manufacturers, issued free, sec. 11 (a)_
Minister of the gospel, sec. 11 (6)	
Permits, sec. 11 (c)_
Permits, sec. 11 (c).
Permits, issued free for Government purposes, sec. 11 (c).
Totals    	
115
24
51
39
3,890
30,884
35,003
.25
.25
.25
.25
1.00
2.00
$
28.75
6.00
12.75
9.75
3,890.00
61,768.00
65,715.25
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1972
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Alberni Electoral District
Gold River	
Parksville	
Port Alberni:
Tenth Ave..
Northport...
Qualicum	
Ucluelet 	
Zeballos	
Atlin Electoral District
Atlin	
Cassiar...
Stewart-
Boundary-Similkameen Electoral District
Grand Forks  _  	
Greenwood	
Keremeos  	
Oliver  	
Osoyoos  	
Penticton	
Brentwood..
Middlegate	
North Burnaby-
South Burnaby...
Burnaby Electoral District
Cariboo Electoral District
Cache Creek	
Clinton	
100 Mile House-
Quesnel	
Wells 	
Williams Lake	
Chilliwack Electoral District
Abbotsford	
Chilliwack  	
Columbia River Electoral District
Golden	
Invermere..
Radium	
384,884
780,334
2,031,006
974,377
371,237
510,972
204,927
56,356
300,503
305,170
755,904
190,276
271,144
522,872
564,513
2,820,719
4,376,713
2,260,177
1,919,295
2,750,037
411,982
351,014
867,944
2,148,117
80,271
2,423,224
1,781,357
2,894,549
823,833
579,372
295,247
$
147,850
299,759
780,194
374,299
142,608
196,286
78,721
21,649
115,436
117,228
290,374
73,093
104,158
200,857
216,853
1,083,555
1,681,277
868,228
737,281
1,056,403
158,259
134,839
333,413
825,181
30,835
930,861
684,293
1,111,916
316,468
222,561
113,417
$
30,715
39,734
101,161
73,571
24,229
32,902
13,094
14,420
18,373
20,794
44,778
18,140
21,159
38,176
41,846
143,947
224,294
150,414
130,546
183,204
26,942
24,256
47,735
120,282
12,472
107,624
89,156
137,445
47,937
44,550
24,845
5
117,135
260,025
679,033
300,728
118,379
163,384
65,627
7,229
97,063
96,434
245,596
54,953
82,999
162,681
175,007
939,608
1,456,983
717,814
606,735
873,199
131,317
110,583
285,678
704,899
18,363
823,237
595,137
974,471
268,531
178,011
88,572
 B 34
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1972—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Comox Electoral District
Alert Bay   ..
$
393,630
2,693,840
481,761
2,029,207
226,320
1,005,351
2,698,471
1,854,958
1,898,699
599,555
2,287,309
590,029
563,050
1,168,972
1,960,896
587,275
2,289,005
3,831,512
1,089,742
1,191,720
1,847,625
2,393,863
384,315
215,843
165,494
2,228,134
1,725,188
3,837,260
154,395
405,416
3,180,359
1,616,416
2,153,953
2,212,429
994,232
895,340
460,524
1,173,547
2,390,803
219,374
669,907
272,133
308,251
1,897,353
543,552
141,969
$
151,210
1,034,816
185,064
779,503
86,939
386,197
1,036,595
712,566
729,369
230,314
878,650
226,655
216,291
449,051
753,262
225,597
879,302
1,471,843
418,615
457,789
709,749
919,582
147,631
82,914
63,573
855,919
496,558
1,474,051
59,310
155,737
1,221,708
497,868
827,423
849,886
381,926
343,937
176,906
450,808
918,407
84,271
257,339
104,538
118,412
728,852
208,801
54,536
$
29,376
126,307
34,899
95,312
21,245
60,062
136,411
97,328
107,712
39,387
121,876
37,879
30,647
86,407
108,891
26,039
123,384
236,294
86,441
77,857
101,367
133,973
30,547
19,107
17,847
103,127
79,848
192,771
19,503
29,175
121,866
61,938
108,884
102,016
59,928
56,835
31,702
66,187
108,367
19,868
53,184
22,114
26,014
91,588
47,671
17,394
$
121,834
908,509
150,165
Courtenay        .	
684,191
65,694
326,135
900,184
Coquitlam Electoral District
615,238
621,657
Cowichan-Maldhat Electoral District
190,927
756,774
188,776
185,644
Delta Electoral District
Tsawwassen
White Rrw-V
362,644
644,371
Dewdney Electoral District
199,558
755,918
1,235,549
332,174
379,932
Esquimalt Electoral District
608,382
785,609
117,084
Fort George Electoral District
63,807
McBride 	
Prince George:
Sixth Ave. (sales to public)    _	
Sixth Ave. (sales to licensees) 	
20th Ave.           	
45,726
752,792
416,710
1,281,280
39,807
Kamloops Electoral District
126,562
1,099,842
Kamloops (sales to licensees)—	
435,930
718,539
Kootenay Electoral District
Cranbrook   	
Fernie                   	
747,870
321,998
287,102
145,204
Langley Electoral District
384,621
810,040
Mackenzie Electoral District
Bella Coola   	
64,403
204,155
82,424
92,398
637,264
Sechelt
161,130
37,142
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1971/72
B 35
APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1972—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Nanaimo Electoral District
Nanaimo:
$
1,408,162
1,180,033
2,381,968
777,035
1,926,997
215,955
1,882,088
4,143,305
1,268,480
2,997,453
218,256
925,521
1,865,399
252,108
2,267,335
271,602
4,721,542
$
540,933
346,163
915,013
298,491
740,240
82,957
722,988
1,591,616
368,194
1,151,446
83,841
355,531
716,577
96,845
870,978
104,334
1,813,740
$
72,257
60,552
150,988
43,376
88,564
18,331
130,841
220,835
67,609
137,758
16,283
46,624
98,456
27,888
138,984
20,244
271,290
41,068
33,806
21,332
25,981
25,479
26,576
121,999
28,741
18,187
24,760
20,017
74,616
228,431
95,089
53,953
25,233
27,547
88,497
32,482
166,555
98,974
$
468,676
Cavan St. (sales to licensees) 	
285,611
764,025
Nelson-Creston Electoral District
255,115
651,676
64,626
New Westminster Electoral District
New Westminster:
Eighth and McBride St	
592,147
1,370,781
300,585
North Okanagan Electoral District
1,013,688
67,558
North Peace River Electoral District
308,907
618,121
68,957
North Vancouver Electoral District
North Vancouver:
731,994
Capilano (opened Feb. 25, 1972) 	
84,090
1,542,450
Oak Bay Electoral District
Nil
Omineca Electoral District
536,209
424,058
268,211
404,929
459,192
327,663
2,602,682
369,246
163,191
293,801
145,199
1,267,254
4,028,071
1,357,513
976,025
200,556
392,259
1,623,924
568,146
2,567,974
1,583,660
1
205,980
162,898
103,031
155,550
176,395
125,869
999,798
141,843
62,688
112,861
55,777
486,805
1,547,349
521,477
374,932
77,042
150,683
623,817
218,248
986,465
608,350
164,912
129,092
81,699
129,569
150,916
Prince Rupert Electoral District
99,293
877,799
113,102
Revelstoke-Slocan Electoral District
44,501
88,101
35,760
412,189
Richmond Electoral District
1,318,918
426,388
Rossland-Trail Electoral District
320,979
51,809
123,136
Trail
535,320
Saanich and the Islands Electoral District
185,766
819,910
509,376
 B 36
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1972—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Shuswap Electoral District
Armstrong   	
Chase    	
Enderby    _
Salmon Arm _	
Sicamous	
Skeena Electoral District
Hazelton   _
Kitimat  	
Smithers..— _   	
Terrace  	
South Okanagan Electoral District
Kelowna:
Shops Capri (opened June 1, 1971)	
Leon     —
Rutland	
Summerland  	
South Peace River Electoral District
Chetwynd-  	
Dawson Creek 	
Guildford .
Surrey Electoral District
Vancouver Electoral District
3176 West Broadway..
1155 Bute St.__	
216 Carrall St. (closed Apr. 24, 1971).
Central Licensee 	
775 Davie St 	
3610 West 18th Ave. (Dunbar) 	
140 East Eighth Ave— 	
230 East Hastings St..
822 Hornby St. (closed Jan. 22,1972) „
2060 West 41st Ave. (Kerrisdale)	
8495 Granville St. (Marpole) 	
829 West Pender St  	
Licensee Beer Store	
1716 Robson St 	
2765 East Hastings St. (Slocan St.)	
4423 Main St. (28th Ave.)-. _....
6399 Victoria Drive	
Victoria Electoral District
1960 Foul Bay Road (Fort St.)_
1480 Government St. (sales to public)	
1480 Government St. (sales to licensees)..
633 Courtney St. (Nootka Court)	
West Vancouver-Howe Sound Electoral District
Park Royal      	
Pemberton (opened June 29,1971)	
Squamish.
West Vancouver..
Yale-Lillooet Electoral District
Ashcroft  	
Bralorne (closed Sept. 30, 1971).
Hope 	
Lillooet.  	
Lytton	
Merritt— 	
Princeton  	
$
205,858
428,695
378,233
986,756
294,609
338,664
1,338,506
820,810
1,939,717
1,877,950
2,568,997
789,171
441,569
383,109
1,762,196
2,969.080
4.815,758
3,077,113
76,847
8,828,377
1,398,146
2,379,026
4,096,663
2,776,880
3,094,353
3,199,498
4,310,350
3,315,813
11,240,082
4,480,503
4,301,259
4,500,912
4,828,415
4,534,378
5,676,416
1,502,243
2,564,041
4,441,446
212,945
944,069
2,093,470
595,062
47,962
1,115,177
543,581
298,992
1,201,926
654,023
79,079
164,680
145,295
379,054
113,172
130,095
514,176
315,307
745,126
721,399
986,858
303,153
169,625
147,168
676,933
1,140,547
1,849,933
1,182,047
29,520
3,391,346
537,086
913,883
1,573,698
1,066,715
1,188,669
1,229,060
1,655,785
1,273,742
2,810,057
1,721,147
1,652,292
1,728,987
1,854,795
1,741,843
2,180,547
418,684
984,955
1,706,144
81,801
362,656
804,189
228,588
18,424
428,386
208,812
114,855
461,710
251,237
Totals..
260,869,951
98,029,427
22,613
38,671
32,348
63,219
26,683
135,604
138,676
67,466
34,858
28,822
84,841
162,038
277,617
219,012
7,914
164,632
114,015
146,294
269,590
250,843
186,447
173,347
246,831
198,997
82,675
253,109
274,660
271,064
294,234
228,278
282,304
74,711
230,530
217,001
20,829
56,966
128,234
41,737
6,961
80,060
39,619
21,310
65,968
42,003
14,395,977
56,466
126,009
112,947
315,835
86,489
19,806
110,289
77,236
436,940
51,102
264,205
98,673
646,453
585,795
848,182
235,687
134,767
118,346
592,092
978,509
1,572,316
963,035
21,606
3,226,714
423,071
767,589
1,304,108
815,872
1,002,222
1,055,713
1,408,954
1,074,745
2,727,382
1,468,038
1,377,632
1,457,923
1,560,561
1,513,565
1,898,243
343,973
754,425
1,489,143
60,972
305,690
675,955
186,841
11,463
348,326
169,193
93,545
395,742
209,234
83,633,450
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