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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liquor Control Board
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT
Fifty-second Annual Report
April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
  To the Honourable Walter S. Owen, 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-second Annual Report of
the Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31, 1973.
ALEX. MACDONALD
A ttorney-General
Attorney-General's Department,
Victoria, B.C., October 10,1973.
 British Columbia Liquor Board,
Victoria, B.C.,
October 3, 1973.
The Honourable Alex. Macdonald, Q.C,
A ttorney-General,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir: I have the honour to transmit herewith the Fifty-second Annual Report of
the Liquor Control Board covering the fiscal year ended March 31, 1973.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
W. A. BRUCE
General Manager
 Report of the Liquor Control Board
INTRODUCTION
The Liquor Control Board presents the Fifty-second Annual Report, covering
the operation from April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973.
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, 1972,
Statement of Income \        to March 31,1973.
Appendix B—Law Enforcement
Statement of Prosecutions, April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973.
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, 1972, to March 31, 1973.
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts, for Fiscal Year Ended March
31, 1973.
Orders of Interdiction and Licences Issued, by Electoral Districts, for Fiscal
Year Ended March 31, 1973.
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, 1973, was 1,233, there being 1,181 men and 52 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
Kamloops Valleyview May 18,1972
Langley Aldergrove July 21, 1972
Chilliwack Abbotsford Oct. 19,1972
Delta Ocean Park, Surrey Feb. 27,1973
5
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The Board was able to secure new premises at more advantageous locations
in the following centres:
Electoral District
McKenzie.	
Boundary-Similkameen_
Coquitlam	
Location of Store
.Madeira Park, Pender Harbour-
Seventh St. and Eighth Ave.,
Keremeos	
Date of Opening
-Apr. 5,1972
Apr. 25,1972
May 12,1972
 2332 Marpole St.,
Port Coquitlam	
 404—10th Ave. East, Golden. Oct. 27, 1972
Prince Rupert. 100 Second Ave. West, Nov. 13,1972
Columbia River.
Burnaby.
Prince Rupert
.4450 East Hastings St.,
North Burnaby	
Nov. 17, 1972
The stores at the following locations were converted to self-serve: Port Moody
(50 Queens Street) and Vancouver (6399 Victoria Drive).
The Board disposed of its property at the following locations, as these
properties were surplus to its needs: Keremeos, Revelstoke, and 2637 East Hastings
Street, Vancouver.
The Board transferred its property at the following locations to the Department
of Public Works, as these properties were surplus to the Board's requirements and
had been vacated: Marine Drive and Cambie Street, Vancouver; 6188 Kingsway
(Kingsway and Randolph), South Burnaby; 4552 East Hastings Street, North
Burnaby; 730 Second Avenue West, Prince Rupert; 2539 Montvue Avenue,
Abbotsford.
As a service to the travelling public, facilities for duty-free liquor purchases
were established at the Vancouver International Airport.
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
14 to 16, 18 to 22, 28, and 29. These added hours, as in the past, proved beneficial
in serving the public.
STOCKS
The value of stock as at March 31, 1973, amounted to $8,681,599, being a
decrease of $271,194 in the value of stock as at March 31, 1972.
SALES
The total sales of $293,485,942 show an increase over the previous fiscal year
of $32,615,991. For comparative purposes, classification of sales is given hereunder for the fiscal years ended March 31, 1972, and March 31, 1973:
Comparative Classification of Sales
1972/73
Spirits— $
Canadian   114,754,838
Imported      34,121,547
1971/72
$
102,461,667
29,051,715
148,876,385        131,513,382
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73 D 7
Comparative Classification of Sales—Continued
1972/73 1971/72
Wines—                                                                           $ $
British Columbia      24,846,080 22,236,322
Other Canadian       1,330,096 1,209,442
26,176,176 23,445,764
Imported     13,224,721 10,135,097
39,400,897 33,580,861
Malt liquor—
Canadian  .  102,600,347 93,384,892
Imported       1,637,795 1,576,121
104,238,142 94,961,013
Cider-
Canadian   877,449 737,205
Imported  93,069 77,490
970,518 814,695
Totals  293,485,942        260,869,951
DUTY, EXCISE, AND SALES TAX
The duty, excise, and sales tax paid to the Federal Government for the period
under review amounted to $35,970,144, 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 1972/73     Fiscal Year 1971/72
Duty and excise	
Sales tax	
$
$
33,659,448
30,789,511
2,310,696
1,949,988
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
March 5, 1972.
March 6, 1972.
.Port St. James.
.Gache Creek...
March 11/13, 1972 Radium-
March 11/13, 1972 Invermere	
March 17/18, 1972 Sicamous	
April 14, 1972 JFortSt. James.
April 14, 1972 .Esquimalt	
May 9, 1972 Salmon Arm	
May 24, 1972 .Fort St. James	
June 23, 1972 230 East Hastings St., Vancouver.
July 7, 1972 175 West Second St., North Vancouver	
July 11,1972 Zeballos	
July 20, 1972 Hope	
August 4, 1972 .Chase	
August 6, 1972 .Wells	
October 8, 1972 Cache Creek	
October 9, 1972 20th Ave., Prince George	
October 10, 1972 2769 East Hastings Street, Vancouver	
October 11, 1972 4423 Main St., Vancouver	
October 11/12, 1972 Lake Cowichan	
October 15, 1972 Armstrong	
October 16, 1972 Brentwood	
October 26, 1972 Cavan Street, Nanaimo	
November 8, 1972 Smithers	
November 24, 1972 Penticton	
November 29/30, 1972 20th Ave., Prince George.	
December 27, 1972 Cranbrook	
December 31, 1972 Austin Road	
December 31, 1972 Saanich	
February 24, 1973 Mission	
March 1,1973 28th Ave.
and Main St., Van
couver.
March 4, 1973.
-ValemounL.
March 6, 1973 Fernie.
Value, Including
Cash, Goods Stolen,
and Equipment
Damaged
$
143.85
118.50
1,190.36
999.72
153.79
88.38
258.56
81.04
41.91
71.49
195.30
403.74
29.50
92.17
59.15
67.07
78.92
181.30
215.63
638.72
59.88
456.33
108.76
27.51
110.62
465.57
42.59
213.01
750.60
46.27
2,193.84
67.03
122.63
9,773.74
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,  1972/73
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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 $69,311, being an increase of $3,596 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, 1972, to
Dec. 31, 1972,
for Year 1972
Issued from
Jan. 1, 1973 to
Mar. 31, 1973,
for Year 1973
Total Issued
for Fiscal
Year Ended
Mar. 31, 1973
Public-house licences—
Dining-room licences	
Dining-lounge licences .
Lounge licences _
Brewers' licences	
Distillers' licences	
Totals	
15
89
146
36
286
516
419
1,010
628
7
2,588
531
508
1,156
664
7
8
2,874
Licences Transferred
Transfers from
Apr. 1, 1972, to
Dec. 31, 1972,
for Year 1972
Transfers from
Jan. 1,1973. to
Mar. 31,1973,
for Year 1973
Total Transfers
for Fiscal
Year Ended
Mar. 31, 1973
34
31
70
20
11
9
19
5
45
40
89
25
155
44
199
Licences Suspended or Cancelled
The number of licences suspended or cancelled during the period under review
was as follows:
Public-house licences _.
Dining-room licences -
Dining-lounge licences
Lounge licences 	
Suspended
._ 10
.. 5
_ 7
_ 1
Surrendered
or Cancelled
6
20
3
3
Totals
23
32
INTERDICTIONS
Thirty-nine orders of interdiction were made pursuant to the provisions of
section 97 of the Government Liquor Act.
Thirteen 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 __
Premises covered by dining-room licences __
Premises covered by dining-lounge licences
Premises covered by lounge licences	
Total number of investigations	
Total number of interviews	
Total number of miles travelled by various means of transportation 	
6,851
1,582
5,851
4,369
1,628
3,272
163,208
Improvement in the existing hotels has continued throughout the Province, both
in the hotels proper and licensed premises, involving expenditure of $16,195,306.
New hotel construction, providing first-class accommodation for the travelling
public, totalled a capital outlay of $18,530,000. This was spent on seven new hotels,
totalling 685 rooms. In each instance the hotels are a credit to the hotel industry.
This Department has enjoyed the utmost co-operation from the various law-
enforcement bodies and all organizations associated with licensed premises throughout the Province, for which the Board wishes to express its thanks.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73 D 11
APPENDIX A
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1973
ASSETS
1972
1973 Comparison
CURRENT:                                                                                                                                              $ $
Cash  _.    8,240,367 7,308,125
Accounts receivable        369,010 436,973
Inventories of merchandise at cost      8,681,599 8,952,793
17,290,976 16,697,891
FIXED:
Land at cost        503,091 562,277
Buildings at cost less depreciation    1,035,109 1,139,534
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment at cost, less depreciation         393,180 370,346
19,222,356       18,770,048
LIABILITIES AND ADVANCES
Accounts payable    11,449,268       11,064,501
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: $
Working capital advances    6,722,588
Reserve   .  _ 1,050,500
7,773,088 7,705,547
19,222,356       18,770,048
W. A. BRUCE R. SCHOFIELD, CA.
Chairman Chief Accountant
AUDITOR'S REPORT
I have examined the balance sheet of British Columbia Liquor Control Board as at March 31, 1973, and
the related statement of income 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,
1973, 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
May 31, 1973.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX A—Continued
STATEMENT OF INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1973
1973
SALES    	
COST OF MERCHANDISE SOLD
OPERATING EXPENSES:
Warehouse   	
293,485,942
178,920,167
114,565,775
Retail stores  _
Administrative
OTHER INCOME:
Licence  fees  	
1,426,402
16,227,770
1,477,775
Miscellaneous   income
1,334,241
528,873
1972
Comparison
$ $
260,869,951
161,541,839
19,131,947
95,433,828
1,863,114
99,328,112
1,298,685
13,226,083
1,365,002
1,126,618
701,717
15,889,770
83,438,342
1,828,335
INCOME FOR THE YEAR, TRANSFERRED TO PROVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA    	
97,296,942
85,266,677
OPERATING EXPENSES FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1973
Salaries and wages 	
Superannuation  Fund  	
Canada Pension Plan	
Telephone and telegraph
Light, water, and fuel ....
Property charges 	
Depreciation
Sundries  (including alterations)
Postage and express  	
Rents    	
Warehouse
Expenses
$
.    917,719
.      44,248
.       10,974
7,194
34,644
81,850
-     193,923
.     132,430
3,420
Vendors' relief expenses
Travelling
Printing and stationery
Data processing 	
Bank charges	
B.C. Medical Plan	
Unemployment insurance
Group  insurance
Insurance and fidelity bonds
Mechanical maintenance	
Workmen's Compensation Board _
Law enforcement and inspection	
Litter Act—container disposal cost
Retail Store
Expenses
$
13,111,039
631,297
156,564
32,663
274,410
63,444
196,113
632,186
17,354
1,005,251
107,449
Administrative
and General
Expenses
$
567,288
27,352
6,784
8,402
4,708
3,815
13,038
77,629
22,457
1,426,402
16,227,770
106,094
90,536
1,307
8,055
87,548
101,408
13,241
31,043
61,447
33,252
187,449
24,922
1,477,775
Total
Operating
Expenses
$
14,596,046
702,897
174,322
48,259
313,762
149,109
403,074
842,245
43,231
1,005,251
107,449
106,094
90,536
1,307
8,055
87,548
101,408
13,241
31,043
61,447
33,252
187,449
24,922
19,131,947
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73
APPENDIX A—Continued
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OTHER INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1973
LICENCE FEES:
Dining-rooms, dining-lounges, and lounges
Public houses 	
Brewers and distillers	
Dining-rooms, dining-lounges, and lounges 2-per-cent monthly licensing fees
Public houses 2-cents-per-gallon monthly licensing fees	
Transfer fees      	
$
305,526
36,975
369,972
376,487
239,956
5,325
1,334,241
MISCELLANEOUS INCOME:
Rents   	
Profit from sale of real estate and buildings .
Miscellaneous  	
Sale of permits 	
Identity card receipts
Social services tax commission
112,171
67,953
164,031
69,311
1,339
114,068
528,873
1,863,114
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APPENDIX B
Summary of Prosecutions Under the Government Liquor Act
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508
187
3,057
122.053.00
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122,053.00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73 D 15
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 61—Prohibitions as to Minors—Continued
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195.00
195.00
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425.00
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215.00
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750.00
4
	
	
485.00
	
200.00
50.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
1
790.00
500.00
225.00
1,235.00
800.00
425.00
986.00
	
500.00
1
8
1
3
6
2
6
1
225.00
1,235.00
800.00
	
	
Delta:
Delta
425.00
Whit,. Rnrlr
986.00
Dewdney:
1
	
1,459.00
20.00
600.00
505.00
1,459.00
20.00
600.00
505.00
195.00
195.00
Esquimalt:
1
40.00
580.00
75.00
125.00
180.00
100.00
150.00
300.00
230.00
	
40.00
25
2
2
7
3
6
13
7
580.00
Fort George:
75.00
125.00
1
1
	
180.00
__-_.
100.00
	
150.00
Kamloops:
1
	
	
	
300.00
230.00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73 D 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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Kootenay:
4
6
30
8
13
11
31
19
32
21
44
20
1
14
18
2
45
1
24
15
10
51
52
32
7
21
8
4
9
5
9
60
7
2
9
3
9
34
7
8
5
43
18
1
19
3
19
2
1
 	
	
2
5
29
8
12
10
28
13
27
18
$
$
50.00
95.00
655.00
200.00
290.00
190.00
570.00
$
$
50.00
95.00
1
	
655.00
200.00
Balance of district  -	
2
5
4
3
5
4
1
1
290.00
Langley:
	
190.00
l
570.00
Mackenzie:
1
1
—i
425.00
1,325.00
475.00
425 00
	
	
1,325.00
475.00
Sechelt.     —	
2
2
36
14
1
14
17
2
40
1
20
13
8
47
50
29
7
19
6
4
9
5
7
47
2
2
8
3
9
28
6
8
5
43
17
1
11
3
13
950.00
950.00
Nanaimo:
690.00
690.00
	
25.00
675.00
25.00
Nelson-Creston:
	
675.00
1
	
750.00
50.00
1,665.00
30.00
896.00
475.00
250.00
750.00
50.00
5
1,665.00
North Okanagan:
	
30.00
3
2
1
896.00
2
	
475 00
North Peace River:
250.00
4
1.520.001
1,520.00
1,004.00
603.00
North Vancouver:
2
3
1,004.00
603.00
250.00
465.00
270.00
125.00
375.00
	
Oak Bay:
250.00
Omineca:
2
2
	
465.00
	
270.00
125.00
	
375.00
100.00
330.00
1,770.00
100.00
50.00
350.00
100.00
375.00
665.00
—
100.00
7
5
2
3
3
330.00
Prince Rupert:
1,770.00
100.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
50.00
1
	
	
350.00
	
100.00
375.00
Richmond:
5
1
1
	
	
665.00
Rossi and-Trail:
200.00
190.00
275.00
2,855.00
550.00
20.00
355.00
110.00
455.00
200.00
190.00
275.00
Trail
2,855.00
1
550.00
Saanich and the Islands:
	
20.00
2
5
1
355.00
110.00
4
1
1
455.00
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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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Shuswap:
4
5
24
1
47
3
30
17
15
10
15
17
13
10
24
4
5
18
1
38
3
24
13
15
9
13
16
13
10
22
12
45
43
30
41
4
2
1
15
8
16
2
$
1
$    1    $
120.00   -    	
S
120.00
	
130.00
685.00
■25.00
1,145.00
110.00
600.00
130.00
4
2
685.00
25.00
9
1,145.00
110.00
Skeena:
6
3
600.00
Smithers
	
1
	
295.00
380.00
190.00
385.00
660.00
535.00
350.00
575.00
260.00
935.00
1,375.00
955.00
735.00
100.00
50.00
25.00
935.00
245.00
310.00
50.00
295.00
Terrace
380.00
2
1
1
	
190 00
South Okanagan:
	
385.00
	
660.00
	
	
535.00
South Peace River:
350.00
2
1
	
575.00
14
45
1
260.00
Vancouver:
 	
935.00
59
32
44
4
3
1
16
9
27
4
5
4
35
6
1
3
10
1
1,375.00
955.00
Victoria:
	
	
	
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
735.00
100.00
1
50.00
25.00
Yale-Lillooet:
1
935.00
1
1
245.00
5
2
2
2
	
5
310.00
	
50.00
3
.- -   1	
1
10
1
15
50.00
49"! on
50.00
10
495.00
Tnt^ls
2,349
151
110
47
2,041
62,978.00
62,978.00
Section 62—Supplying Liquor to Minors
Alberni:
Gold River         	
1
2
1
1
1
3
6
1
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
3
5
	
50.00
75.00
50.00
Atlin:
-
75.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
100.00
75.00
100.00
75.00
	
200.00
200.00
300.00
200.00
200.00
Burnaby:
1
1
	
300.00
Chilliwack:
Chilliwack City  ..  .       	
 	
1
2
3
	
50.00
250.00
	
50 00
Columbia River:
250.00
450.00
450.00
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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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l
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l
i
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2
1
1
1
1
1
$
$
250.00
25.00
50.00
$
$
250.00
Port TTardy
25.00
50.00
Coquitlam:
25.00
50.00
200.00
50.00
50.00
70.00
60.00
100.00
50.00
150.00
25.00
50.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
3
	
200.00
Delta:
White Rock
1
1
1
3
2
1
4
1
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
4
5
2
1
3
1
3
1
1
6
1
2
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
3
50.00
Dewdney:
50.00
70.00
- 	
60.00
Esquimalt:
100.00
Fort George:
50.00
1
150.00
	
1
Kamloops:
3
1
1
2
150.00
10.00
150.00
Kootenay:
—	
10.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
Langley:
Langley City    	
	
1
2
	
150.00
150.00
Mackenzie:
1
4
4
5
2
1
3
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
1
3
250.00
250.00
350.00
650.00
150.00
100.00
150.00
200.00
150.00
150.00
50.00
350.00
650.00
Nelson-Creston:
	
::=::
150.00
100.00
150.00
North Okanagan:
Lumby 	
	
200.00
1
150.00
150.00
North Peace River:
50.00
	
2
300.00
50.00
300.00
North Vancouver:
50.00
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay  	
Omineca:
100.00
100.00
300.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
	
100.00
Prince Rupert:
1
	
300.00
1
1
2
	
50.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
50.00
 —
100.00
Richmond:
1
1
1
Rossland-Trail:
2
	
Saanich and the Islands:
150.00
	
150.00
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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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Shuswap:
1
2
1
3
2
3
1
1
1
2
7
2
1
1
2
2
1
4
1
1
$
$
$
$
	
1
Skeena:
1
3
2
3
1
1
1
1
A
2
75.00
325.00
125.00
120.00
100.00
200.00
100.00
50.00
170.00
110.00
75.00
325.00
125.00
South Okanagan:
120.00
100.00
200.00
South Peace River:
100.00
1
1
2
50.00
Vancouver:
170.00
Victoria:
—
110.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
1
1
2
1
1
2
150.00
115.00
50.00
150.00
Yale-Lillooet:
115.00
	
1
50.00
Yale-Lillooet:
300.00
250.00
300.00
Balance of district
2
250.00
Totals
139
3
15
6
115
9,030.00
9,030.00
Section 63—Prohibition Against Gambling, Etc.
Boundary-Similkameen:
5
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
225.00
25.00
25.00
20.00
50.00
	
225.00
	
25.00
Burnaby:
1
	
	
25.00
North Peace River:
20.00
Saanich and the Islands:
50.00
Skeena:
1
Vancouver:
1
1
50.00
25.00
50.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
Pemberton
25.00
Totals
13
1
1
11
420.00
420.00
Section 64—Unlawful Sale of Liquor Within Province
Alberni:
Alhprni
1
1
1
1
1
1
Port Alhprni
1
1
150.00
150.00
150.00
Cariboo:
inoMileH-rti-p
	
150.00
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D 21
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 64—Unlawful Sale of Liquor Within Province—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Chilliwack City             	
1
1
2
2
6
2
1
4
1
2
3
1
1
1
4
2
30
1
1
1
i
$
$
$
$
1
2
2
6
2
1
4
75.00
200.00
170.00
600.00
375.00
75.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
200.00
Dewdney:
170.00
Fort George:
	
600.00
Kamloops:
375.00
MacKenzie:
100.00
100.00
-  -
225.00
225.00
North Okanagan:
1
North Peace River:
1
1
1
1
2
150.00
125.00
	
150.00
North Vancouver:
	
—
125.00
Prince Rupert:
1
1
4
1
24
1
1
1
100.00
100.00
300.00
150.00
3,835.00
100.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
Shuswap:
100.00
Skeena:
300.00
South Peace River:
1
2
150.00
Vancouver:
2
2
3,835.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
	
100.00
Pemberton	
Yale-Lillooet:
	
50.00
100.00
Totals-
71
3
3
8
57
	
7,055.00
7,055.00
Section 66—Purchase of Liquor Under Fictitious Name
North Okanagan:
Vernon 	
20.00.
20.00
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in Public Place
Alberni:
Gold River  ..
2
23
1
1
22
1
2
2
2
3
28
3
2
20
1
1
21
1
1
2
2
100.00
975.00
50.00
75.00
100.00
Prvrt Alh. mi
3
975.00
Tofino	
50.00
Uciuelet          	
"   	
	
75.00
1
970.00
50.00
50.00
75.00
100.00
150.00
970.00
Atlin:
50.00
Boundary-Similkameen:
1
50.00
	
75.00
100.00
	
—„
1
	
3
26
2
	
150.00
1,175.00
1,175.00
Balance of district  i	
.    .. .
75.00
75.00
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D 22 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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12
1
4
6
2
7
7
3
17
10
2
13
4
2
3
18
4
6
2
13
13
7
14
2
1
1
9
$
$
425.00
$
$
425.00
Cariboo:
100 Mi>H<-"se
|	
Chilliwack:
4
6
1
6
5
3
17
10
2
12
3
2
3
110.00
260.00
25.00
200.00
250.00
100.00
800.00
500.00
100.00
110.00
^hilliwac-k O'ty
260.00
1
1
	
	
25.00
200.00
	
2
250.00
Columbia River:
Golden                   	
100.00
	
800.00
500.00
Comox:
Alert Bay                 	
1
_____
	
1
100.00
565.00
150.00
100.00
150.00
900.00
125.00
225.00
100.00
565.00
600.00
625.00
	
565.00
150.00
100.00
Pnrt T-ar-iy
150.00
	
1
1
16
4
6
2
13
12
7
14
12
3
13
16
1
11
3
6
3
8
2
22
8
1
1
3
4
2
4
4
8
1
3
39
	
900.00
Coquitlam:
	
125.00
225.00
100.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
	
	
565.00
1
	
600.00
625.00
	
725.00
550.00
150.00
650.00
800.00
55.00
675.00
150.00
260.00
725.00
22
4
14
10
1
1
2
	
	
550.00
Delta:
Delta -	
	
150.00
V-liitp Ur,H.
650.00
Dewdney:
18
1
13
	
	
800.00
55.00
2
:::
675.00
Dewdney:
3
7
3
8
2
22
17
1
1
5
4
3
4
4
9
1
3
40
150.00
	
	
1
260.00
Esquimalt:
175.00
175.00
425.00
100.00
1,060.00
400.00
50.00
425.00
Fort George:
100.00
6
—
	
1,060.00
Kamloops:
3
400.00
50.00
Kootenay:
50.00
150.00
200.00
100.00
50.00
	
2
1
	
150.00
	
200.00
100.00
200.00
200.00
400.00
50.00
150.00
2,100.00
200.00
Langley:
200.00
1
	
400.00
Mackenzie:
—
50.00
150.00
	
1
2,100.00
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D 23
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67-—Consumption of Liquor in Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
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Nanaimo:
2
3
3
8
1
17
2
15
3
3
6
31
4
8
20
11
7
5
9
11
34
5
10
2
1
12
5
3
5
6
1
12
2
3
1
2
12
6
5
21
2
3
3
1
6
1
7
17
2
3
3
6
1
17
2
10
3
2
6
24
3
8
20
11
7
5
9
8
30
4
9
2
1
11
5
3
5
6
1
10
1
2
1
2
10
6
4
13
2
2
2
1
6
1
7
7
$
$
100.00
150.00
150.00
325.00
50.00
850.00
100.00
355.00
150.00
100.00
300.00
1,250.00
$
$
100.00
	
150.00
Nelson-Creston:
150.00
	
2
	
325.00
-
50.00
850.00
North Okanagan:
100.00
2
1
3
355.00
150.00
North Peace River:
F^rt St Xohn
100.00
300.00
7
1,250.00
North Vancouver:
North Vancouver District _	
Oak Bay:
1
-
125.00
425.00
1,000.00
575.00
250.00
250.00
295.00
—
125.00
425.00
Omineca:
1,000.00
575.00
	
250.00
	
250.00
	
295.00
Prince Rupert:
3
1
1
2
400.00
1,625.00
200.00
450.00
75.00
50.00
650.00
225.00
150.00
230.00
325.00
50.00
575.00
50.00
100.00
50.00
75.00
435.00
325.00
60.00
650.00
	
400.00
Prince Rupert:
1
1,625.00
200.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
Kaslo
1
450.00
-
1
75.00
50.00
650.00
Rossland-Trail:
225.00
150.00
Trail
	
230.00
325.00
Saanich and the Islands:
	
50.00
	
2
1
1
	
575.00
50.00
100.00
Shuswap:
Enderby... 	
50.00
	
75.00
2
435.00
Skeena:
	
325.00
2
1
6
60.00
650.00
75.00
60.00
75.00
50.00
300.00
25.00
350.00
350.00
75.00
1
60.00
South Okanagan:
	
1
75.00
South Peace River:
50.00
300.00
25.00
Vancouver:
350.00
4
4
2
350.00
 D 24 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 67—Consumption of Liquor in Public Place—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
Ih  M
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Is
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a a
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WW
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Victoria:
46
10
5
1
6
9
1
1
6
3
6
1
3
2
14
1
29
7
4
1
6
7
$
$
1,700.00
350.00
200.00
50.00
375.00
310.00
$
$
1,700.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
_	
350.00
200.00
-
50.00
Yale Lillooet:
375.00
2
1
310.00
1
	
50.00
50.00
1
1
1
5
2
2
100.00
100.00
100.00
3
	
100.00
920
20
64
56
780
38,615.00
38,615.00
Section 68—Drunkenness in Public Place
Alberni:
6
9
1
47
45
41
21
4
11
1
15
2
4
9
	
Chilliwack:
1
75.00
	
75.00
Columbia River:
Golden	
12
47
33
21
2
20
16
4
11
	
3
Kent
~     -
	
Fort George:
1
10.00
10.00
15
1
1
	
1
1
1
4
5
103
4
3
	
1
Kootenay:
Saanich and the Islands:
4
5
1
1
Shuswap:
2
3
1
100
Yale-Lillooet:
Balance, of district
2
	
	
Tot?'-
323
23
235
63
2
	
85.001
85.00
Section 69—Gift of Liquor by Brewer or Distiller
Chilliwack:
Chilliwack City_
I
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73 D 25
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 71—Place and Time of Sales
Disposition
Electoral District
S3
i*
12
Z o
■o
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3
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raw
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Kamloops:
.
l
$
$
125.00
$
$
125.00
Section 77—Disqualifications of Interdicted Persons
Columbia River:
1
2
1
1
~~ 1
1|	
1
1
50.00
	
50.00
Mackenzie:
Powell River
Totals   _               	
3
!,.__
1
1
50.00
50.00
Section 79—Drunkenness
Burnaby:
1
1
3
1
	
Cariboo:
1
2
1,000.00
250.00
1,000.00
Comox:
Alert Bay	
1
250.00
Tnf^la
5
1
1
3
1,250.00
1,250.00
Section 81—Keeping of Liquor in a Restaurant
Skeena:
2
12
2
2
9
	
100.00
475.00
100.00
Vancouver:
1
2
	
475.00
Yale-Lillooet:
Merritt
2
Tirta'f
16
1
2
2
11
575.00
575.00
Section 97—Order of Interdiction
Section 83—Soliciting Orders for and Advertising Liquor
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
West Vancouver
1          1
1
2|    |        2|..	
1
1
 |	
1
1
Boundary-Similkameen:
5
4
2
3
2
	
350.00
100.00
50.00
350.00
Delta:
Whif^'Rcvk
6
1
2
..
	
100.00
Mackenzie:
1
50.00
Balance of district.   	
2
Totals
14
6
2
6
500.00
500.00
 D 26
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Section 104—Warrant to Search Premises
Disposition
Electoral District
Ih CA
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•o
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u
so
m
CO
3
"o
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Burnaby:
1
1
1
1
$
$
100.00
$
$
100.00
Section 105—Right to Search Conveyances
Alberni:
2
1
3
8
5
6
6
26
2
1
3
8
5
6
6
26
$
$       |        $
$
Fort George:
	
Kootenay:
Mackenzie:
Saanich and the Islands:
	
Shuswap:
j
Yale-Lillooet:
Balance of district —
1
Tnt-lci
57
57
	
.      |     	
1
Section 107—Seizure of Liquor in Conveyances
Yale-Lillooet:
2
2
1
1
 |	
31	
3
|	
Totals        -
5
2
3
|
1
1
Section 113—Arrest Without Warrant and Examination as to Source of Liquor
Skeena:
Hazelton..
175.00
175.00
Section 118—Evidence on Prosecution for Unlawful Sale
Esquimalt:
Esquimalt-
150.001-
150.00
Section 510—Hours of Sale
North Peace River:
Balance of district-
I
I
50.00|-
 I
50.00
Section 701—Regulations Applicable to Dining-rooms
Revelstoke-Slocan:
1
1
1| -
1
!      1
200.00|                        200.00
3.9591     2071     508
187
3,057
122,053.00|   -  1122,053.00
1                 1
1
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1972/73 D 27
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District
Disposition
Electoral District
l_  CO
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■a
8 ■8
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WW
•o
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1
CO
3
"o
co
O
•o
u
3
•o
u
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raw
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HO
Alberni:
4
4
72
7
2
57
6
34
1
12
8
14
55
23
89
4
15
1
3
4
65
1
2
42
6
31
1
12
8
13
47
22
79
3
14
9
38
24
14
14
37
11
20
47
53
8
35
14
5
9
25
32
25
11
2
33
19
13
44
29
24
66
$
$
130.00
200.00
2,685.00
50.00
100.00
1,915.00
250.00
1,395.00
75.00
565.00
360.00
375.00
2,175.00
860.00
2,465.00
40.00
505.00
1,250.00
920.00
795.00
370.00
245.00
1,260.00
345.00
825.00
1.800.00
$
$
130.00
an.ri Rivf.r
200.00
3
2
3
4
1
2,685.00
50.00
Tofino 	
100.00
15
1,915.00
Atlin:
	
	
250.00
Boundary-Simllkameen:
3
1,395.00
75.00
	
	
565.00
	
360.00
Osnvnns
1
375.00
1
7
1
7
	
2,175.00
2
1
1
860.00
Burnaby:
Burnaby
Cariboo:
1
	
2,465.00
	
40.00
100 Mile House
505.00
13
41
33
15
19
39
13
68
47
105
11
46
16
7
11
28
33
26
16
2
75
20
13
45
69
40
79
4
108
2
41
26
32
1
3
3
8
1
4
	
1,250.00
Chilliwack:
	
920.00
1
795.00
	
370.00
1
245.00
2
1,260.00
2
48
	
	
345.00
Columbia River:
	
825.00
1,800.00
18
3
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
34
	
2.100.001	
2,100.00
Comox:
Alert Bay
500.00
1,500.00
600.00
	
500.00
4
2
1,500.00
1
1
1
1
600.00
210.00
325.00
1,215.00
875.00
735.00
350.00
50.00
1,655.00
210.00
	
325.00
1,215.00
Coquitlam:
	
875.00
	
735.00
4
	
	
350.00
50.00
Cowichan-Malahat:
1
21
1
20
1,655.00
1,100.00
850.00
2,160.00
1,350.00
575.00
1,886.00
1,100.00
	
850.00
1
3
8
--
2,160.00
15
7
13
22
1
4
1
	
1,350.00
Delta:
Delta.... .   .
575.00
White Rock.
-
1,886.00
Dewdney:
Kent
1
2
104
2,309.00
75.00
1,515.00
655.00
515.00
	
2,309.00
75.00
2
39
26
20
2
__.„
1,515.00
655.00
12
	
515.00
 D 28 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
U  CO
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WW
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Esquimalt:
6
36
4
2
38
24
8
34
11
5
13
35
11
23
16
42
20
41
28
103
23
4
6
35
4
2
37
6
6
24
11
3
9
34
10
18
14
38
13
$
$
365.00
$
$
365.00
1
1,105.00
175.00
125.00
1,900.00
::::.
1,105.00
Fort George:
175.00
1
1
4
125.00
_1~6
1
1
1
6
1,900.00
250.00
150.00
1,200.00
430.00
100.00
255.00
	
250 00
150.00
Kamloops:
1,200.00
430.00
Kootenay:
2
1
	
100.00
Fernie
3
1
1
4
1
2
255.00
Kimberley               . .
1
1
1
2
955.00
300.00
590.00
390.00
1,120.00
425.00
1,775.00
975 00
955.00
300.00
~~2
6
5
3
5
4
590 00
Langley:
	
	
390 00
1,120.00
425 00
Mackenzie:
34
25
84
16
4
19
24
3
60
4
33
17
11
6
79
52
33
17
39
17
4
17
10
1,775.00
975.00
Sechelt
12
3
2
3,925.00
790.00
175.00
975.00
1,175.00
	
3,925.00
790.00
Nanaimo:
	
175.00
Nelson-Creston:
19
27
3
65
4
44
20
14
6
93
55
38
17
41
20
4
17
10
18
11
99
13
13
11
4
24
975.00
1
2
1,175.00
100 00
100.00
2,665.00
330.00
1,421.00
775.00
400.00
300.00
3,315.00
1,129.00
778.00
775.00
	
5
2,665.00
330.00
North Okanagan:
	
4
1
2
4
3
2
1,421.00
775 00
North Peace River:
Fort St. John
1
400.00
300 00
13
1
1
1
3,315.00
1,129.00
778 00
North Vancouver:
2
4
Oak Bay:
Oak Bay                         ,          	
775.00
Omineca:
2
2
	
1,465.00
845.00
125.00
725.00
350.00
625.00
400.00
3,795.00
350.00
550.00
	
1,465.00
1
845.00
125.00
725.00
—
350.00
3
8
6
1
2
16
8
81
7
12
10
4
23
625.00
Prince Rupert:
400.00
4
6
3,795.00
350.00
Revelstoke-Slocan:
_	
1
	
550.00
425.001	
425.00
	
150.00
1,325.00
i
150.00
1
	
—
1,325.00
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD, 1972/73 D 29
APPENDIX B—Continued
Prosecutions, Compiled From Monthly Reports Received From Police—Continued
Distribution by Electoral District—Continued
Disposition
Electoral District
i-f
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8|
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B 3
WW
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CA
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CA
3
1
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Richmond:
35
12
5
2
1
1
	
28
11
11
5
48
23
2
22
4
17
5
6
$
$
665.00
$
$
665.00
Rossi and-Trail:
425.00
340.00
275.00
3,085.00
875.00
70.00
980.00
	
425.00
11
6
48
24
2
37
9
36
5
6
27
1
171
13
38
39
24
15
21
18
14
12
	
340.00
275.00
Trail
3,085.00
1
875.00
Saanich and the Islands:
70.00
2
12
1
9
1
4
6
	
980.00
160.00
705.00
220.00
180.00
760.00
25.00
1,620.00
610.00
760.00
160.00
4
705.00
Shuswap:
220.00
180.00
4
3
20
1
49
13
30
760.00
	
25.00
2
6
5
116
~~2
4
....
1,620.00
610.00
Skeena:
760.00
7
27
24
13
18
17
14
12
29
14
52
90
62
48
10
	
1,020.00
1,080.00
375.00
580.00
1,020.00
1,080.00
2
	
375.00
South Okanagan:
2
1
1
	
580.00
760.00
735.00
500.00
760.00
	
	
735.00
South Peace River:
500.00
32
17
52
129
81
57
11
6
1
24
20
28
7
17
8
78
2
2
1
1,025.00
335.00
1,285.00
6,355.00
2,775.00
	
1,025.00
335.00
1
15
1
4
	
Vancouver:
— —
1,285.00
20
4
5
4
14
6,355.00
Victoria:
2,775.00
West Vancouver-Howe Sound:
1,085.00
550.00
1,085.00
1
550.00
1
5
1
23
16
175.00
175.00
25.00
25.00
Yale-Lillooet:
1
2
6
2
6
1
12
1,425.00
605.00
310.00
.
1,425.00
~~5
2
8
3
2
2
1
	
605.00
16
3
	
310.00
Merrift
100.00
	
100.00
3
44
4
20
450.00
450.00
945.001	
945.00
Tatflfc
3,959
207
508
187
3,057
122,053.00
	
122,053.00
 D 30 BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX C
Regulations
Amendments to regulations made under the Government Liquor Act during the period
under review were as follows:
Order in Council 3849, November 1, 1972, Amending B.C. Reg. 528/59: That
Regulation 5.10 (b) be amended by inserting, before the word "Regulation" in
the fifth line, the words "paragraphs (ii) to (v), inclusive, of clause (a) of".
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.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73
APPENDIX (^—Continued
D 31
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1973
Premises
(City or Town)
Lease
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
Administrative Offices
1016 Langley St., Victoria	
Warehouses
Vancouver:
3100 East Broadway	
3200 East Broadway	
Government Liquor Stores
Abbotsfordi 	
Agassiz —  	
Aldergrove-	
Alert Bay	
Armstrong  	
Ashcroft  	
Atlin	
Bella Coola	
Brentwood*	
Burns Lake	
Cache Creek   	
Campbell River* 	
Capilano (North Vancouver) l.
Cassiar  	
Castlegar	
Chase   	
Chemainus 	
Chetwynd  	
Chilliwacki  	
Clearwater.	
Clinton 	
Cloverdale	
Colwood..-  	
Comox  	
Coquitlam-  	
Courtenay 1 	
Cranbrooki 	
Creston _   ,	
Cumberland -  	
Dawson Creek	
Duncan 	
Enderby	
Esquimalt	
Ferniel	
Fort Nelson	
Fort St. James	
Fort St. John-	
Fraser Lake  	
Fruitvale  	
Ganges  	
Gibsons	
Golden 	
Gold River	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood	
Guildford (North Surrey) i	
Haney 1	
Hazelton	
Hope	
Houston 	
Hudson Hope	
Invermere	
Kamloopsi	
Kamloops (North) i  	
Kaslo	
31-10-87    |
31-7-87
30-8-82
30-11-80
31-12-74
31-5-82
30-1-81
28-2-82
30-6-73
31-8-85
31-12-75
30-11-75
30-9-75
31-3-76
304-76
30-11-82
31-8-74
31-5-78
30-11-75
31-10-80
30-6-86
31-1-77
31-12-79
31-7-81
30-6-80
31-10-80
31-10-73
30-11-74
31-10-87
30-11-77
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
15 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
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
10 years
10 years
15 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
1,604.17
963.12
391.06
525.00
305.00
1,435.66
1,166.67
1,717.13
241.67
610.00
950.00
350.00
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
920.00
266.66
381.67
110.00
815.84
1,185.00
297.50
403.34
502.31
560.66
1,045.16
709.50
LCB property; revenue from rental
of top floor, $700 per month.
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, Crown lands.
LCB property.
LCB property, Crown lands.
Agency.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Includes heat and water.
LCB property, Crown lands.
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
Includes snow removal.
Includes heat.
LCB property.
LCB property.
i Self-service.
 D 32
BRITISH COLUMBIA
APPENDIX C—Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Premises
(City or Town)
Lease
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
Government Liquor Stores
—Continued
Kelowna	
Kelowna (Shops Capri)!	
Kennedy Heights (North Delta)*
Keremeos 	
Kimberley	
Kitimat ,	
Ladner*	
Ladysmith	
Lake Cowichan	
Langley *	
Lillooet _	
Lumby	
Lynn Valley (North Vancouver) *
Lytton	
McBride .	
Mackenzie . 	
Madeira Park 	
Masset	
Merritt  	
Middlegate (Burnaby) *	
Mission*  _ —
Nakusp	
Nanaimo (25 Cavan St.) 	
Nanaimo (Terminal Park) *.	
Nelson*	
New Denver	
New Westminster:
Tenth St	
Eighth Ave. and McBride St.*_.
North Burnaby*	
North Vancouver	
Ocean Falls	
Ocean Park (Surrey) *-
Oliver	
100 Mile House-
Osoyoos 	
Park Royal (West Vancouver) * .
Parksville	
Pemberton , 	
Penticton* 	
Port Alberni:
Tenth Ave.*	
Northport*	
Port Coquitlam*_
Port Hardy	
Port Moody*	
Powell River*	
Prince George:
1188 Sixth Ave	
1905 Victoria St.*_
Prince Rupert*	
Princeton	
Qualicum-
Queen Charlotte City_
Quesnel*	
Radium	
Revelstoke*	
30-11-76
30-4-82
31-7-82
31-10-81
30-6-80
31-5-79
30-11-74
30-11-79
31-7-73
31-7-74
30-11-86
31-3-82
304-81
30-11-79
30-11-86
30-9-77
31-12-74
28-2-77
31-1-77
31-7-81
30-4-75
31-10-80
30-11-80
30-9-76
31-1-79
31-3-74
304-76
30-6-81
30-11-75
30-11-77
31-3-81
31-5-87
31-10-75
31-1-83
29-11-77
31-3-81
30-11-82
31-12-80
31-12-81
28-2-82
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
3 years
10 years
5 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
3 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
7 years
11 months
29 days
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
632.21
805.24
493.33
1,375.00
928.64
668.25
500.00
185.00
595.00
116.33
325.00
945.21
625.00
598.50
729.17
875.00
921.91
220.00
779.14
969.38
400.00
600.00
687.50
1,252.36
699.36
600.00
316.67
510.00
1,061.25
350.00
500.00
918.20
993.34
680.67
1,375.00
250.00
1,145.83
687.50
1,344.00
1,500.00
140.00
1,035.00
466.67
1,341.67
LCB property.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Includes heat and hot water.
Includes heat and air-conditioning.
Includes sewage rates.
Includes heat and water.
LCB property; revenue from monthly rental, $40.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
LCB property.
LCB property; living-quarters rented, $30 per month.
Monthly tenancy; lease pending.
Includes water, gas, electricity, sewage rates; revenue from rental of
portion of ground floor, $50 per
month.
LCB property, Crown lands.
Monthly tenancy.
LCB property.
LCB property.
Includes snow removal from roof.
* Self-service.
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73
D 33
APPENDIX C^-Continued
Premises and Properties Owned, Leased, and Rented by the Liquor Control Board
as at March 31, 1973—Continued
Premises
Lease
Monthly
Rental
Remarks
(City or Town)
Date of
Expiry
Duration
Government Liquor Stores
—Continued
Richmond:
Brighouse- —	
31-3-74
31-12-78
10 years
10 years
$
474.23
577.10
Rossland
Rutland  	
31-7-79
30-11-81
30-4-76
10 years
15 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
750.00
533.34
200.00
Salmo
Salmon Arm- -	
LCB property.
Sechelt	
30-6-74
30-6-80
28-2-78
300.00
400.00
807.50
316.67
1,270.83
439.88
316.67
Sidneyl
Smithers
LCB property.
30-4-74
31-5-73
31-10-81
31-3-74
10 years
2 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
5 years
South Burnaby (Willingdon) -	
Stewart  - 	
31-3-75
31-8-75
31-12-74
31-12-80
31-1-77
31-3-75
30-11-80
31-3-75
31-1-81
345.00
550.00
280.00
1,029.00
539.89
402.05
Trail*—           	
Monthly tenancy.
10 years
5 years
10 years
10 years
3 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
15 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
10 years
Tlclnelet
Vancouver:
3100 East Broadway
(Central Licensee Store)	
LCB property.
3176 West Broadway	
577.50
2,016.67
500.00
1,925.00
1155 Bute St.*   ..    .	
775 Davie St          	
18th Ave. and Dunbar St.*	
140 E. Eighth Ave.	
LCB property.
230 E. Hastings St	
LCB property; revenue from rental
2060 West 41st Ave.
(Kerrisdale) *	
8495 Granville St. (Marpole)*—
817-829 West Pender St.
30-4-77
30-11-76
770.00
910.73
of portion of premises, $170 per
month.
LCB   property;   revenue   received
2769 E. Hastings St. (Slocan) *.„
1716 Robson St.*	
31-10-86
31-5-75
31-12-75
30-9-80
31-5-82
2,140.83
871.25
466.67
from rentals. $425 per month.
4423 Main St  	
6399 Victoria Drive*	
Monthly tenancy, new lease pending.
433.33
1,250.00
Valleyview (Kamloops)*	
Vanderhoof - 	
LCB property.
Vernon* 	
Victoria:
1960 Foul Bay Road*   	
30-6-81
31-12-77
31-10-79
28-2-87
10 years
10 years
15 years
15 years
1 year
10 years
855.31
1,065.90
1,015.00
2,129.17
1480 Government St.- 	
633 Courtney St. (NootkaCourt)*
Wells
West Vancouver	
White Rock '     	
31-3-74
30-4-79
500.00
555.83
Includes heat and water.
LCB property.
	
LCB property.
* Self-service.
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Permits Issued From April 1, 1972, to March 31, 1973 (Recapitulation)
Description
Number
Issued
Price
Amount
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 (o)_
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	
103
19
40
45
4,301
32,479
36,987
0.25
.25
.25
.25
1.00
2.00
25.75
4.75
10.00
11.25
4,301.00
64,958.00
69,310.75
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1973
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
After
W'house Exp.
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Alberni Electoral District
Gold River_
Parksville	
Port Alberni:
Tenth Ave._
Northport	
Qualicum	
Uciuelet	
Zeballos	
Atlin Electoral District
Atlin-
Cassiar_
Stewart-
Boundary-Similkameen Electoral District
Grand Forks	
Greenwood 	
Keremeos ,	
Oliver .	
Osoyoos	
Penticton.
Burnaby Electoral District
Brentwood_
Middlegate..
North Burnaby_
South Burnaby-
Cariboo Electoral District
Cache Creek-
Clinton	
100 Mile House-
Quesnel	
Wells- 	
Williams Lake-
Chllltwack Electoral District
Abbotsford-
Chilliwack	
Columbia River Electoral District
Golden	
Invermere..
Radium	
375,403
938,223
2,085,670
1,213,356
446,516
566,392
191,295
69,008
315,941
376,464
834,944
211,315
301,104
560,555
612,538
3,259,533
4,062,179
3,804,087
2,487,883
2,747,615
449,637
346,705
1,010,020
2,447,844
97,637
2,701,633
2,056,884
3,238,852
884,197
638,977    |
365,005    |
147,777
369,330
821,020
477,635
175,770
222,959
75,303
27,165
124,369
148,194
328,674
83,184
118,529
220,661
241,124
1,283,109
1,599,069
1,497,471
979,350
1,081,593
176,999
136,480
397,592
963,589
38,435
1,063,493
809,688
1,274,968
348,062
251,532
143,684
$
32,963
51,369
123,057
84,191
31,985
36,997
13,140
14,311
19,156
29,092
52,626
19,242
35,492
43,615
46,226
171,634
259,931
237,441
181,283
201,347
33,320
28,620
59,663
141,587
14,179
137,729
131,160
162,201
62,264
50,089
33,484
114,814
317,961
697,963
393,444
143,785
185,962
62,163
12,854
105,213
119,102
276,048
63,942
83,037
177,046
194,898
1,111,475
1,339,138
1,260,030
798,067
880,246
143,679
107,860
337,929
822,002
24,256
925,764
678,528
1,112,767
285,798
201,443
110,200
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73
D 35
APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1973—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
After
W'house Exp.
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
$
455,342
3,145,484
537,056
2,321,377
255,021
1,145,095
$
179,245
1,238,214
211,411
913,806
100,389
450,764
$
29,242
145,742
42,005
113,884
24,579
73,211
$
150,003
1,092,472
169,406
799,922
75,810
377,553
3,380,578
2,271,628
1,968,440
1,330,758
894,222
774,873
204,970
147,197
127,012
1,125,788
747,025
647,861
659,461
2,663,090
656,565
621,201
259,596
1,048,320
258,456
244,535
50,077
157,469
46,480
41,289
209,519
890,851
211,976
203,246
474,200
52,280
1,434,658
2,195,603
186,668
20,580
564,750
864,295
48,994
8,896
101,117
142,299
137,674
11,684
463,633
721,996
689,511
2,716,598
4,741,045
1,281,063
1,416,373
271,425
1,069,384
1,866,303
504,288
557,552
37,239
148,552
284,352
92,035
94,398
234,186
920,832
1,581,951
412,253
463,154
2,115,675
2,562,469
435,600
832,831
1,008,711
171,473
127,523
153,805
37,046
705,308
854,906
134,427
440,720
458,991
173,489
180,681
47,968
20,242
125,521
160,439
2,391,715
2,006,417
4,030,793
185,783
941,494
611,268
1,586,714
73,133
111,105
93,174
246,569
21,762
830,389
518,094
1,340,145
51,371
505,642
2,844,899
1,705,380
2,677,303
759,783
199,045
1,119,889
542,602
1,053,915
299,087
41,629
133,764
80,135
143,804
89,000
157,416
986,125
462,467
910,111
210,087
2,528,838
935,401
919,065
553,673
995,472
368,219
361,788
217,952
136,120
63,573
59,069
43,369
859,352
304,646
302,719
174,583
1,347,138
2,766,725
530,298
1,089,116
79,676
138,815
450,622
950,301
278,301
747,332
337,240
323,035
2,170,715
653,742
161,367
109,553
294,186
132,754
127,162
854,498
257,344
63,522
22,278
57,670
39,102
28,428
115,743
56,030
17,978
87,275
236,516
93,652
98,734
738,755
201,314
45,544
Comox Electoral District
Alert Bay	
Campbell River—
Comox	
Courtenay	
Cumberland-
Port Hardy—
Coquitlam Electoral District
Austin Road—Coquitlam	
Port Coquitlam  	
Port Moody 	
Cowichan-Malahat Electoral District
Chemainus	
Duncan  	
Ladysmith _     	
Lake Cowichan	
Delta Electoral District
Aldergrove (opened July 21, 1972)	
Ocean Park (opened February 27, 1973)..
Tsawwassen   -	
White Rock  _
Dewdney Electoral District
Agassiz-
Haney-
Kennedy Heights..
Ladner	
Mission 	
Esquimalt Electoral District
Colwood —
Esquimalt..
Sooke. —
Fort George Electoral District
Mackenzie	
McBride 	
Prince George:
Sixth Ave. (sales to public)	
Sixth Ave. (sales to licensees)
20th Ave	
Valemount	
Kamloops Electoral District
Clearwater  	
Kamloops (sales to public)	
Kamloops (sales to licensees)_
North Kamloops..
Valleyview (opened May 18, 1972)..
Kootenay Electoral District
Cranbrook-
Fernie 	
Kimberley.-
Sparwood	
Langley Electoral District
Cloverdale-
Langley	
Mackenzie Electoral District
Bella Coola	
Gibsons	
Madeira Park-
Ocean Falls	
Powell River	
Sechelt	
Texada Island..
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APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1973—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Operating and
Administrative Costs
Net Operating
Profit
Nanaimo Electoral District
Nanaimo:
Cavan St. (sales to public)	
Cavan St. (sales to licensees)	
Terminal Park    -
Nelson-Creston Electoral District
Creston.
Nelson.-
Salmo.—.
New Westminster Electoral District
New Westminster:
Eighth Ave. and McBride St._	
10th St. (sales to public)..
10th St. (sales to licensees).
North Okanagan Electoral District
Vernon..
Lumby...
North Peace River Electoral District
Fort Nelson  	
Fort St. John- 	
Hudson Hope	
North Vancouver Electoral District
North Vancouver:
Lynn Valley  	
Capilano..
Second Ave—
Oak Bay Electoral District
Nil..
Omineca Electoral District
Burns Lake  	
Fort St. James  	
Fraser Lake— - 	
Houston   .  —	
Vanderhoof	
Prince Rupert Electoral District
Masset-
Prince Rupert  _
Queen Charlotte City-
Revelstoke-Slocan Electoral District
Kaslo	
Nakusp	
New Denver..
Revelstoke	
Richmond Electoral District
Richmond:
Brighouse  	
Seafair	
Rossland-Trail Electoral District
Castlegar..
Fruitvale-
Rossland-
Trail _
Saanich and the Islands Electoral District
Ganges	
Saanich    _
Sidney	
1,477,414
1,308,761
2,834,194
871,337
2,199,040
252,819
2,180,245
3,873,084
1,365,192
3,564,358
260,942
892,071
2,075,358
218,067
2,146,799
3,840,928
3,261,870
611,075
524,070
298,116
470,118
552,727
386,230
2,887,602
395,005
185,390
339,997
165,885
1,471,303
4,680,386
1,505,075
1,154,982
232,256
425,011
1,753,741
671,806
3,166,301
1,896,324
$
581,581
401,253
1,115,675
343,000
865,648
99,522
858,249
1,524,632
418,655
1,403,103
102,719
351,162
816,961
85,842
845,083
1,511,974
1,284,029
240,548
206,299
117,353
185,061
217,580
152,039
1,136,699
155,493
72,978
133,839
65,300
579,176
1,842,425
592,470
454,656 |
91,427
167,305
690,357
264,455
1,246,408
746,484
$
72,542
64,295
189,716
52,151
105,577
20,544
150,192
215,598
76,018
170,096
23,965
58,009
115,165
31,177
164,989
254,520
202,438
47,795
43,854
25,445
34,699
38,195
33,833
169,660
28,563
19,502
29,940
20,490
94,361
271,373
99,811
61,427
29,062
31,415
100,437
40,555 |
244,916 |
121,899 I
509,039
336,958
925,959
290,849
760,071
78,978
708,057
1,309,034
342,637
1,233,007
78,754
293,153
701,796
54,665
680,094
1,257,454
1,081,591
192,753
162,445
91,908
150,362
179,385
118,206
967,039
126,930
53,476
103,899
44,810
484,815
1,571,052
492,659
393,229
62,365
135,890
589,920
223,900
1,001,492
624,585
 REPORT OF THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD,  1972/73
D 37
APPENDIX C—Continued
Statement of Store Sales by Electoral Districts for Fiscal Year
Ended March 31, 1973—Continued
Government Liquor Stores
Sales
Gross Profit
After
W'house Exp.
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-
Leon (sales to public) _
Leon (sales to licensees).
Rutland	
Summerland	
South Peace River Electoral District
Chetwynd-
Dawson Creek	
Surrey Electoral District
Guildford..
Vancouver Electoral District
3176 West Broadway..
1155 Bute St	
Central Licensee	
775 Davie St	
3610 West 18th Ave. (Dunbar)..
140 East Eighth Ave 	
230 East Hastings St.
2060 West 41st Ave. (Kerrisdale)..
8495 Granville St. (Marpole)	
829 West Pender St 	
Licensee Beer Store	
1716 Robson Street 	
2765 East Hastings St. (at Slocan St.) —
4423 Main St. (28th Ave. and Main St.)..
6399 Victoria Drive	
Victoria Electoral District
1960 Foul Bay Road (Fort St.)_
1480 Government Street (sales to public)	
1480 Government Street (sales to licensees)..
633 Courtney St. (Nootka Court)	
West Vancouver-Howe Sound Electoral District
Park Royal	
Pemberton    — 	
Squamish-
West Vancouver..
Yale-Lillooet Electoral District
Ashcroft—
Hope	
Lillooet	
Lytton..	
Merritt	
Princeton-
Totals..
315,867    |
488,591
444,119
1,116,406
323,419
389,926
1,540,191
905,685
2,301,091
2,793,850
1,349,029
1,084,931
931,348
494,099
429,206
1,943,718
3,512,894
5,162,191
4,146,568
10,302,855
1,452,072
2,838,108
4,210,891
3,232,586
3,444,235
4,638,570
4,396,135
12,311,602
5,059,302
5,049,130
4,843,460
5,772,504
4,860,865 | 1,913,470
4,317,785 | 1,699,688
3,543,953 j 1,211,824
2,897,757 [ 1,140,696
4,168,792
442,055
1,072,058
2,236,734
1,641,037
174,014
422,014
880,484
427,210
168,170
1,262,058
496,807
659,216
259,499
350,664
138,038
1,308,058
514,915
695,456
273,765
124,340
192,333
174,827
439,471
127,313
153,494
606,293
356,521
905,820
1,099,794
531,043
358,126
366,623    |
194,501    |
168,956
765,141
1,382,844
2,032,086
1,632,288
4,055,699
571,605
1,117,216
1,657,609
1,272,501
1,355,816
1,825,964
1,730,530
3,247,801
1,991,584
1,987,580
1,906,619
2,272,336
30,331
44,104
36,041
68,124
32,792
24,666
95,985
59,929
122,303
199,036
67,412
54,196
84,476
37,576
33,969
108,427
212,497
319,639
304,377
246,309
133,247
193,527
297,742
210,135
197,577
289,989
324,744
104,876
313,387
352,139
296,732
382,471
258,092
235,231
193,037
257,386
230,492
30,791
69,045
139,278
43,046
97,929
46,163
22,420
83,424
48,051
$
94,009
148,229
138,786
371,347
94,521
128,828
510,308
296,592
783,517
900,758
463,631
303,930
282,147
156,925
134,987
656,714
1,170,347
1,712,447
1,327,911
3,809,390
438,358
923,689
1,359,867
1,062,366
1,158,239
1,535,975
1,405,786
3,142,925
1,678,197
1,635,441
1,609,887
1,889,865
1,655,378
1,464,457
1,018,787
883,310
1,410,545
143,223
352,969
741,206
125,124
398,878
213,336
115,618
431,491
225,714
293,485,942 I 113,139,373 I
I      I
17,493,174
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