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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ESTIMATES
of Revenue and Expenditure
Fiscal Year Ending March 31
1976
As Authorized by the Legislature
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1975
  ESTIMATED REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1976,
With Comparative Revenue for Fiscal Year 1974/75
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
$18,500,000
Property
Code No.
51300
Social Se
Code No.
51422
51431
51441
51442
51443
51451
51461
Corporai
Code No
52111
52112
52121
52131
Privilege
Roy/
Code No
53210
53311
53321
53322
53323
53324
53325
53326
53327
53330
53331
53332
53333
53334
53335
Taxes:
Property Taxes         _.   ...
         $23,000,000
rvices, Fuel Taxes, Etc.:
Pari Mutuel Betting Tax        	
$5,500,000
480,000,000
179,500,000
17,500,000
3,000,000
23,000,000
8,000,000
4,000,000
325,000,000
Social Services Tax
120,000,000
finsnljnp. Tax
12,000,000
Motive-fuel TIsp T^x
3,000,000
21,000,000
Fuel-oil Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Tax      ...  .
5,500,000
Hotel and Motel Room Tax
Total, Social Services, Fuelr
'ion, Personal, Succession, and Gift 1
Corporation:
Tnmme Tax
490,500,000
raxes, Etc. _    716,500,000
'axes:
260,000,000
17,000,000
655,000,000
25,000,000
134,627,000
7,000,000
Capital Tax
473,895,000
Personal Tnmme Tax
25,000,000
Succession and Gift Taxes  .
Total, Corporation, Personal
and Gift Taxes	
640,522,000
Succession,
957,000,000
s, Licences, and Natural Resource
iLTIES:
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits
Natural Resources:
Wildlife Act—Fees and Licences	
Lands and Forests:
Grazing   Permits   and
Fees           $700,000
Land Leases, Rentals,
and Fees        3,800,000
Logging Tax    .      ...      31,500,000
Timber Leases            200,000
s Taxes or
60,000,000
6,500,000
179,900,000
275,500,000
52,000,000
3,300,000
600,000
3,500,000
18,000,000
200,000
700,000
7,000,000
220,000,000
Timber Licences                  700,000
Timber Royalties       8,000,000
Timber Sales  135,000,000
250,000,000
900,000
78,000,000
250,000
1,800,000
6,000,000
2,500,000
Minerals:
Coal, Minerals, and
Metals Royalties ___.    12,900,000
Petroleum and Natural Gas Royalties,
Leases, and Fees .... 230,000,000
Free  Miners'   Certificates          200,000
Mining Receipts, General           1,800,000
Mining Tax      9,000,000
Mineral Land Tax ....   21,600,000
89,450,000
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ESTIMATED REVENUE, 1975/76
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
6,000,000
500,000
250,000
1,600,000
1,200,000
650,000
200,000
200,000
9,500,000
1,300,000
650,000
250,000
2,200,000
Privileges, Licences, and Natural Resources Taxes or
Royalties—Continued
Code No.
Water Resources:
53336       Water Rentals and Recording Fees     7,500,000
Other:
53411
53413
53415
53417
53419
53425
53427
53429
53431
53447
53445
53463
Water Resources:
Water Rentals and Recording Fees
Other:
Agricultural   Licences
and Fees	
Boiler Inspection Fees
Companies Branch	
Electrical  Energy  Inspection Fees	
Fire Marshal Act—
Fees, Etc.	
Gas Act Fees 	
Insurance Act 	
Insurance     Premiums
Tax	
Law Stamps 	
Probate Fees 	
Securities Act	
Sundry  Licences
Permits 	
and
500,000
300,000
3,500,000
2,650,000
1,000,000
200,000
265,000
10,000,000
1,400,000
800,000
275,000
3,000,000
18,500,000
23,890,000
419,250,000
1,500,000
220,000
Total, Privileges, Licences, and Natural
Resources Taxes or Royalties	
Sales and Services Fees:
Code No.
Sales'
54101 Land Sales        1,500,000
54102 Sale of Maps and Air
Photos         350,000
553,290,000
1,720,000
1,250,000
2,000,000
54202
54203
54204
3,000,000
2,250,000
54207
600,000
54210
9,000,000
54211
600,000
54221
350,000
54231
3,150,000
54250
22,200,000
23,920,000
Services:
Motor-vehicle     Lien
and Search Fees __. 1,500,000
Education Course and
Exam Fees   750,000
Medicare Services Recoveries   3,500,000
Forest    Weigh-scaling 3,500,000
Land-clearing Receipts 600,000
Land Registry Fees __ 16,000,000
Sheriff's Fees  1,000,000
Vital Statistics  350,000
Sundry Services   3,350,000
1,850,000
30,550,000
Total, Sales and Services Fees .
3,000,000
Fines and Penalties:
Code No.
55001    Court Fees and Fines
18,000,000
Interest, Discount, Premium, and Exchange:
Miscellaneous Interest	
32,400,000
8,000,000
30,000,000
 ESTIMATED REVENUE, 1975/76
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Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
2,100,000
1,000,000
380,000,000
383,100,000
15,500,000
250,000
398,850,000
108,000,000
37,000,000
1,700,000
146,700,000
Contributions From Other Governments:
Code No.
57201    Canada Statutory Subsidies        2,100,000
57301 Canada Percentage of Power Corporation Tax       2,000,000
57330 Canada Share of Joint Service Programs in Lieu of Opting Out  643,000,000
647,100,000
57340    Municipal Share of Joint Service Programs     23,400,000
57350   Other Provinces  50,000
Total, Contributions From Other Governments 	
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
Code No.
58101    Net Profit, Liquor Administration
Branch (Including Permits)   155,000,000
British Columbia Ferries Division ....   51,000,000
Publications Service Branch (Education)—Sales and Rentals         500,000
58103
58201
Total, Contributions From Government
Enterprises 	
6,500,000
12,000,000
Miscellaneous:
Code No.
59401 Institutional Maintenance Receipts
59402 Miscellaneous Revenue	
8,000,000
18,000,000
18,500,000
Total, Miscellaneous
670,550,000
206,500,000
26,000,000
$2,177,742,000
Total, Estimated Revenue $3,223,240,000
  MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1976
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1974/75
*§,£                              SERVICE
To Be
Voted
Total
$1,784,834
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
Legislation  _     	
	
$3,114,340
202,100
286,290
Department of Agriculture:
$116,894
864,208
1,104,648
4,413,655
48,388,601
4,345,770
580,510
185,714
74,516
677,715
485,178
2,695,752
8,095,942
2,572,815
400,000
121,796
Milt Board
Department op the Attorney-General:
Attorney-General's Office—   ...
Executive and Administrative _ _    —	
15,123,714
86,036
865,448
7,880,171
6,447,738
1,241,332
12,604,705
4,656,790
8,191,248
2,584,252
20,131,203
27,501,093
111,240
3,050,840
3,607,158
467,170
79,632
192,478
911,924
1,281,644
13,107,898
60,000,000
79,652
684,374
15,185,740
3,824,868
123,036
4,692,530
1,815,668
1,534,694
1,087,962
14,951,000
19,727,585
92,756
1,902,168
2,773,574
Sheriffs'Offices  	
441,392
64,734
Fire Marshal's Office    —   -  —
162,560
918,020
British Columbia Energy Commission	
Department of Consumer Services :
70,062,313
88,796
1,798,344
673,863
115,000,000
80,184
1,141,229
1,221,413
2,561,003
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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1974/75
N^°e                                 SERVICE
To Be
Voted
Total
75,976
1,901,415
Department of Economic Development:
34.     Minister's Office __	
85,129
2,839,608
479,600
1,595,663
2,355,000
37. Shared Programs and Grants 	
Department of Education:
38. Minister's Office           	
4,332,391
124,447
6,312,017
1,401,917
990,122
8,582,036
2,330,246
2,307,446
406,000
268,994,000
436,500,000
22,300,000
2,000,000
1,951,759
10
5,000,000
77,408
3,962,616
654,334
801,464
7,140,308
41.      Correspondence School	
1,595,080
43.     Jericho Hill School
750,000
193,082,000
331,500,000
13,800,000
325,000
48.     Teachers' Superannuation Fund  	
10
Department of Finance:
52.     Minister's Office  - 	
553,688,220
34,710
645,580
1,901,232
970,716
3,555,324
1,539,314
4,032,778
100,000
754,200,000
32,500
458,218
895,292
753,374
3,015,038
944,348
3,695,140
70,000
329,528
58,000
565,000
4,119,076
15,000,000
200,000
Salary Contingencies and Adjustments (All Departments)	
125,000
1,800,020
Motor-vehicles and Accessories (All Departments)    	
2,500,000
3,000,000
31,457,010
3,000,000
Department of Health:
30,941,458
96,345
61,455
140,000
840,714
2,595,094
804,218
512,708
1,363,322
350,000
15,000
2,600,000
391,900
21,931,994
1,861,270
1,208,660
462,712
1,220,985
4,942,640
123,000,000
275,000
75,000
11,000,000
4,771,513
53,855,740
82,898
65.      Office of Consultant to the Minister,     _ 	
494,656
1,788,808
Public Health Services:
381,664
214,368
898,992
350,000
15,000
800,000
73.         Hearing-aid Regulation Act	
125,000
12,414,213
1,209,083
867,908
77. Division of Laboratories	
78. Division of Vital Statistics	
303,913
1,025,449
3,747,795
'.'•1    -   "
105,000,000
125,000
75,000
85.         Emergency Health Services	
129,919,747
180,520,530
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1974/75
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be
Voted
Total
4,130,828
87.
572,040
88.
3,650,227
89.
32,665,148
90.
91.
41,018,243
358,268,752
92.
529,206,742
110,176
93.
5,324,608
94.
95.
69,952,074
110,000,000
96.
125,000
97.
1,400,000
98.
24,610
99.
8,000,000
100.
101.
194,936,468
131,688
102.
360,976
103.
12,000,000
104.
10,000,000
105.
2,000,000
106.
50,000,000
107.
1,100,000
108.
75,592,664
100,136
109.
2,846,507
110.
12,926,265
111.
29,728,723
112.
92,753,944
113.
19,812,000
114.
12,819,819
115.
112,070,000
116.
20,889,906
117.
118.
119.
303,947,300
78,724
120.
1,819,006
121.
1,481,040
122.
10,374,486
123.
706,000
124.
125.
14,459,256
105,352
126.
2,227,340
127.
409,584
128.
1,276,583
129.
2,000 000
130.
3,356,854
131.
132,
10
133.
134
135
9,375,723
Department of Health—Continued
Mental Health Services:
General Administration 	
Division of Nursing Education	
Community Services —	
In-patient Care 	
Salary Contingencies -	
Hospital Insurance Services:
Hospital Insurance Service..
Department of Highways :
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Roads,  Bridges,  Ferries,  Wharves,   and Tunnels—Maintenance and Operation, Repairs, Snow and Ice Removal	
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries—Capital Construction 	
Vehicle Damage Claims   	
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, Etc...  	
Grants and Subsidies 	
Purchase of New Equipment   	
Salary Contingencies - _ -— —
Department of Housing:
Minister's Office ...
General Administration —
Elderly Citizens Renters Grant -   - __
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for Elderly Citizens.
Grants in Aid of Special Care Homes	
Housing and Development —     	
British Columbia Housing Management Commission	
Salary Contingencies... —	
Department of Human Resources :
Minister's Office    _ _
Departmental Administration and Support Services...
Community Services-
Services for Families and Children	
Programs for Senior Citizens and Handicapped Persons-
Health Care Services.	
Community Programs.
Income Assistance Programs-
Special Programs for the Retarded-
Alcohol and Drug Commission	
Salary Contingencies _.
Department of Labour:
Minister's Office.
General Administration, Human Rights, Research-
Labour Standards, Mediation, Arbitration	
Manpower Development— - 	
Labour Relations Board  	
Salary Contingencies....	
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources :
Minister's Office	
Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat..-	
Lands Service:
General Administration   	
Lands Branch  	
Pre-servicing Crown Lands for Sale or Lease	
Surveys and Mapping Branch 	
Composite Mapping . ——
University Endowment Lands Administration Act	
University Endowment Lands Golf Course	
Salary Contingencies — -	
7,489,327
380,348
4.375,734
41,585,681
13,485,188
67,316,278
464,163,192
138,690
8,995,360
105,000,000
140,000,000
100,000
1,900.930
30,820
11,000,000
7,834,200
150,127
2,939,174
4,500,000
10,000,000
2,000,000
69,720,459
690,240
116,576
3,914,703
14,366,333
59,193,296
166,283,127
28,548,700
28,398,169
167,198,944
29,532,626
5,005,870
13,441,656
94,135
2,548,966
1,869,168
10,635,689
989,175
1,893,827
15,606,158
150,833
3,660,982
872,796
2,368,864
2,000,000
4,671,190
193,000
10
287,314
1,401,169
712,000,000
275,000,000
90,000,000
516,000,000
18,030,960
 L 10
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1974/75
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
To Be
Voted
Total
36,917,983
12,924,608
32,500
674,084
181,050
60,200
30,000
4,042,972
4,000,000
2,080,452
10
1,449,852
600,000
355,000
24,000
10
63,372,721
187,378
1,429,368
25,000
52,750
57,192
1,666,333
1,662,487
300,000
95,000
12,670,000
200,000
362,791
3,023,920
502,396
963,094
23,197,709
95,946,153
68,724
3,458,716
41,500
800,000
150,000
100,000
200,000
4,818,940
71,744
476,524
139,940
2,000,000
500,000
1,423,000
76,900,000
264,064
75,000
81,850,272
136.
137.
138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources—
Continued
Forest Service:
General Administration, Protection, and Management of
Forests 	
Reforestation and Forest Nursery	
Forestry and Correction Camp Program-
Forest Research  	
Public Information and Education	
Forest Service Training-school    __
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association	
Engineering Services and Forest-development Roads..
Fire Suppression-   	
Forest Inventory	
Scaling Fund.
Silviculture (deleted and distributed to Reforestation and
Research Votes)
Public Recreation in Forest Areas	
Grazing Range Improvement Fund	
Peace River Community Pastures	
Reservoir Waterway Improvements	
Salary Contingencies  _	
Water Resources Service:
General Administration-
Water Rights Branch-
Assistance to Improvement Districts	
Canadian Council of Resource Ministers-
Inspector of Dykes	
Water Investigations Branch-
Investigations, Hydraulic Surveys, and Projects—
Environmental Quality Studies —_
Okanagan Flood Control	
Canada-British Columbia Joint Development Act..
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging .	
Southern Okanagan Lands Project	
Pollution Control  —   	
Environmental Conservation (SAM) 	
Laboratory Services  	
Salary Contingencies     _	
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
168     Minister's Office  	
General Administration .	
Grants and Subsidies	
169.
170.
171.
172.
Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails	
Grants in Aid of Roads and Trails, Petroleum and Natural
Gas	
173.
174.
175.
176.
177.
Prospectors' Assistance	
Special Mineral Surveys	
Reclamation Research	
Special Mineral Studies	
Mineral Exploration Fund-
General Administration..
Department of Municipal Affairs:
178.     Minister's Office	
179.
180.
181.
182.
183.
184.
185.
186.
187.
188.
Transit Services Division	
Metropolitan Transit Subsidy-
Provincial Rapid Transit Act-
Grants and Subsidies	
Grants in Aid of Local Government and Home-owner Subsidies _ 	
Islands Trusts	
Planning Service Division	
Sewerage Facilities Assistance Act-
Salary Contingencies  	
48,801,573
19,813,760
78,000
1,715,778
243,410
213,619
35,000
6,179,215
5,000,000
3,038,675
10
900,000
600,000
24,000
10
7,917,269
94,560,319
204,594
1,959,818
25,000
40,000
70,057
2,226,889
2,033,000
380,000
105,000
14,625,000
522,000
20,000
3,641,734
733,368
1,526,127
1,720,936
29,833,523
103,728
7,374,772
71,500
800,000
150,000
300,000
200,000
50,000
225,000
325,000
76,172
698,462
725,930
2,000,000
600,000
6,193,000
82,900,000
236,552
448,684
6,000,000
537,200
140,000,000
9,600,000
100,416,000
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
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Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1974/75
'v^                                   SERVICE
To Be
Voted
Total
52,524
192,600
189.
190.
191.
192.
193.
194.
195.
196.
197.
198.
199.
200.
201.
202.
203.
204.
205.
206.
207.
208.
209.
210.
211.
212.
213.
214.
215.
216.
217.
218.
219.
220.
221.
222.
223.
224.
225.
226.
227.
228.
229.
230.
231.
232.
233.
234.
235.
236.
237.
238.
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Provincial Secretary:
76,595
275,032
276,131
665,038
3,160,855
522,660
621,248
1,039,561
2,570,000
10
111,502
356,654
57,618
2,250,000
4,100,000
180,000
2,180,000
400,000
2,202,861
1,305,634
539,592
150,000
102,468
10
200,000
250,000
250,000
575,000
1,785,811
528,410
2,200,072
392,078
407,914
765,852
2,225,000
10
93,996
284,426
52,644
1,500,000
3,500,000
150,000
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, Lon-
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown) Workers' Compen-
2,000.000
250 000
1,610,000
787,008
165,028
100,000
30,000
Stntus of Wnmffn
Public Service Commission:
17,287,562
26,204,280
1,239,346
200,000
275,000
3,023,301
300,000
1,750,000
80,000
3,000,000
569,315
Grants re Public Service—Gratutities Under Sec. 68 of
Public Service Act and Other Government Employees	
Retiring Allowances—Public Service Act,  Sec.  64,  and
Salary Contingencies..-	
Superannuation Branch:
1,714,346
8,722,616
545,676
22,030,000
150,000
1,450,000
263,572
873,100
39,690,000
150,000
1,550,000
277,240
58,000
220,196
Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement Benefits	
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act—
55,000
Department of Public Works:
24,494,248
42,818,536
43,496,156
88,895
1,073,810
27,325,461
40,000,000
15,000,000
3,178,276
833,558
2,500,000
77,745,432
62,860
757,546
17,659,410
20,000,000
8,006,268
2,283,290
48,769,374
90,000,000
 L 12
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1974/75
^t°f                                     SERVICE
To Be
Voted
Total
77,072
515,176
Department of Recreation and Conservation :
239.     Minister's Office   	
121,032
1,072,930
330,042
2,815,961
451,587
10,335,767
143,750
25,708,931
5,220,000
1,000,000
200,000
241.     Information and Education   ~.
1,414,598
198,863
7,078,622
244.     Fish and Wildlife Branch.	
96,130
10,131,184
245.     Creston Valley Management Authority   —	
4,900,000
247.     Grants in Aid of Regional Parks Development and Recre-
750,000
Department of Transport and Communications:
250.     Minister's Office     - -	
25,161,645
131,898
715,559
489,185
2,323,286
10,956,817
833,959
6,402,213
11,313,139
102,660,000
244,187
1,680,000
677,898
5,571,859
47,400,000
100,716
335,068
391,000
1,627,298
6,018,468
449,712
4,178,372
4,935,898
49,925,552
100,000
3,732,400
260.     Aircraft Maintenance and Operation  	
Department of Travel Industry:
763       Minister's Office
71,794,484
22,430
60,150
873,928
6,339,062
179,335
586,360
144,000,000
21,232
50,592
631,294
4,195,606
123,964
437,941
5,460,629
8,061,265
402,657
Grand   total,   Departmental   Estimates,   including   Capital
Expenditure out of Income   -	
 " 1
$2,172,796,526
$3,222,673,687
 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1976
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
$440,000
227,500
330,000
40,000
11,000
4,500
11,000
1,064,000
17,628
11,910
8,022
17,628
12,132
11,232
12,132
6,903
11,010
6,903
7,000
7,000
5,500
12,000
11,232
16,602
120,000
125,000
(16)  419,834
25,000
35,000
100,000
12,500
Vote 1
Members:
Sessional allowances
LEGISLATION
Expense and living allowance	
Secretarial and clerical allowance	
Air transportation from constituencies
The Speaker—sessional allowance	
Deputy Speaker—sessional allowance	
Leader of the Opposition—allowance	
Leader of the Liberal Party—allowance	
Leader of the Conservative Party—allowance .
Salaries and allowances:
New Democratic Members:
Executive Assistant	
Research Assistant 	
Secretary
Clerk Stenographer 4
Clerk-Typist 1
Social Credit Members:
Executive Assistant _
Research Assistant	
Secretary
-(3)
Conservative Members:
Research Assistant _
Secretary
Liberal Members:
Administrative Assistant
Secretary
Clerk of the House 	
Deputy Clerk and Law Clerk
Secretary
Clerk of Committees	
Executive Assistant—Speaker's Office .
Chief of Hansard 	
Hansard employees 	
Sessional and temporary employees
Salary contingencies	
(20)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment
202 Caucus staff travel expense	
005 Select Standing Committees	
010 Dining-room operation	
$880,000
440,000
330,000
50,000
19,000
8,500
19,000
8,500
8,500
19,465
14,424
10,344
8,820
22,544
19,465
14,424
10,952
14,424
9,288
14,425
9,048
18,000
18,000
11,400
15,000
19,465
20,976
198,000
190,000
160,376
818,840
80,000
35,000
8,000
150,000
50,000
$1,763,500
 L 14
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
80,000
8,000
2,000
38,500
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
013    Printing and publications, etc.	
019    Commonwealth   Parliamentary   Association 	
030
031
Incidentals and contingencies .
Hansard expenses.
720,834
$1,784,834
Legislative Intern Program
Total of Vote 1
125,000
9,000
3,000
50,000
22,000
1,350,840
$3,114,340
 PREMIER'S OFFICE
L 15
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
$28,000
27,000
13,200
17,628
17,628
17,628
20,280
15,912
6,792
5,532
(12)  169,600
10,500
20,000
2,000
$202,100
Vote 2
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Premier and Minister of Finance	
Executive Assistant to the Premier	
Secretary 	
Administrative Assistant	
Press Secretary
Administrative Officer 6
Secretary
Administrative Officer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Salary contingencies	
-(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense 	
004   Office furniture and equpiment
Total of Vote 2	
(12)
$28,000
36,432
14,580
23,710
19,464
21,180
22,800
13,788
11,316
10,224
9,516
37,280
248,290
16,000
20,000
2,000
$286,290
  AGRICULTURE L 17
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Summary
Estimated, Vote Estimates,
1974/75 No. 1975/76
$ $
74,516 3 Minister's Office  116,894
677,715 4 Deputy Minister's Office , . 864,208
485,178 5 General Administration '.. : . 1,104,648
2,695,752 6 Production and Marketing Programs  4,413,655
8,095,942 7 General and Financial Services  48,388,601
2,572,815 8 Special and Regulatory Services Programs  4,345,770
400,000 9 Provincial Land Commission  580,510
121,796 10 Milk Board  185,714
15,123,714 Total of Department 60,006,000
 L 18
Vote 3
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This provides for the office of the Minister of Agriculture, including his salary and expenses
and those of his immediate staff.
Staff   Estimated, 1974/75
(    5) 74,516
Total of vote
Staff
-(   5)
Estimates, 1975/76
116,894
( 1)
( 1)
( 3)
( 5)
65,016
7,000
2,500
74,516
Expenditure Classification*
(01) Salaries:
Minister of Agriculture .
Ministerial Executive Assistant.
Secretary and clerical staff	
(04) Temporary assistance
(90) Salary contingencies _
(10) Travelling expense	
(30) Office expense	
( 1)
( 1)
(   3)
(   5)
73,320
19,000
12,574
7,000
5,000
116,894
* See the page following the last vote in the Department for an explanation of the uniform classification
system.
 AGRICULTURE
L 19
Vote 4
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
The Deputy Minister's office provides executive direction for the Department. Staff
include the Associate Deputy Minister, Policy Development and Planning Branch, and executive
officers. The budget provides for grants to aid university agricultural research demonstration
and testing projects, as well as grants and contributions to assist fairs, exhibitions, and agricultural societies.
Staff   Estimated, 1974/75
(    7)
(    2)
(    9)
110,359
26,656
540,700
677,715
Activity
1 Deputy Minister's staff (
2 Policy and Planning Branch (
3 General research, grants, and expenses
Staff
(    9)
4)
Total of vote
-( 13)
Estimates, 1975/76
206,017
85,191
573,000
864,208
( 3)
( 1)
( 5)
( 9)
137,015
14,200
1,500
100,000
300,000
100,000
677,715
(01)
Expenditure Classification
Salaries:
Executive and senior management
Professional and technical
Administrative   and   administrative
support  (
(10) Travelling expense
(30) Office expense
(55) Field demonstration and testing of new
technology 	
(80) Grants, contributions to fairs, societies
(85) Grants to support research programs
at universities
25,000    (90) Expenses of Food Council
3)
4)
6)
( 13)       291,208
20,000
3,000
100,000
300,000
125,000
25,000
864,208
 L 20 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 5
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
'   l\ Provides for the accounting and personnel programs of the Department as well as administrative support and other services to the operational programs of the Department.
Activity
Staff   Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
1 Administration  939,648
2 Staff   training    and   recruiting    (all
branches)  40,000
3 Motor-vehicles    and    insurance    (all
branches) . '.  125,000
(38)        485,178 Total of vote ( 49) 1,104,648
Expenditure Classification
(1) (01) Salaries:
(    1) Executive and senior management...(    1)
Professional and technical (    1)
(37) Administrative   and   administrative
support  ( 47)
( 38) 280,678 ( 49)       614,811
21,500 (04) Salaries and wages — temporary and
seasonal staff  73,837
7,000 (10) Travelling expense  7,000
50,000 (10) Motor-vehicles and accessories  100,000
20,000 (10) Motor-vehicle insurance  25,000
50,000 (20) Professional and special services  75,000
26,000 (30) Office expense  100,000
30,000 (75) Office equipment  69,000
— (90) Moving and recruiting expense  30,000
— (90) Staff training  10,000
485,178 1,104,648
 AGRICULTURE
L 21
Vote 6
PRODUCTION AND MARKETING PROGRAM
Description
The program provides assistance and technical advisory services to agricultural producers
and commodity groups through specific extension programs and specialist services. The
activities are designed to facilitate improved management and production of livestock, poultry,
apiary, and field and horticultural crops. Grants are made to agricultural organizations in
reference to livestock and crop improvement and weed control. Legislation and regulations
pertaining to the inspection, orderly marketing, and promotion, of British Columbia grown
farm products are administered and conducted within the program.
Staff   Estimated, 1974/75
Activity
( 2)
( 24)
( 2)
( 40)
( 12)
( ID
( 32)
( 6)
(    8)
36,476
403,496
53,444
553,112
466,064
234,568
484,542
99,150
364,900
(137)      2,695,752
Director 	
Horticulture
Apiary
Livestock 	
Field crops	
Poultry	
Extension	
Farm economics .
Markets 	
Staff
2)
33)
3)
43)
16)
14)
33)
14)
7)
Estimates, 1975/76
53,609
758,423
143,139
983,392
557,535
367,517
765,662
289,158
495,220
(165)
4,413,655
( 3)
(109)
( 22)
( 3)
(137)
1,662,602
66,000
(04)
255,000
(10)
84,700
(20)
36,000
(30)
4,000
(50)
107,450
(75)
200,000
(20)
25,000
(20)
5,000
(20)
—
(20)
250,000
(20)
—
(20)
2,695,752
Expenditure Classification
(01) Salaries:
Executive 	
-(    3)
(139)
Professional and technical
Administrative   and   administrative
support  ( 19)
Operational 	
Temporary assistance
Travelling expense	
Professional services ..
Office expense
.._..(    4)
(165)    3,080,502
Materials and supplies
(75) Equipment and machinery .
Weed control	
Agriculture supplements
Stumping powder
Domestic Animal Protection Act
B.C. Food Promotion
Provincial Marketing Board
187,453
331,000
87,000
44,700
23,000
130,000
100,000
25,000
5,000
50,000
250,000
100,000
4,413,655
 L 22
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 7
GENERAL AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
Description
The program chiefly provides financial plans which ensure that the producer, aided by the
processor of agricultural products, is able to maintain and improve food production activity
on the lands dedicated and reserved under the Land Commission Act. Specific programs
involve Agricultural Credit, Farm Income Assurance, Crop Insurance, Farm Products Finance,
and Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development. Lands under title by the Land Commission
are administered under a leasing policy. The Department of Agriculture Information Program is administered together with co-ordination and establishment of Agricultural Education
courses.
Staff   1
estimated, 1974/75
(    4)
60,820
(  83)
1,151,048
250,000
(    2)
2,829,992
(  15)
241,444
150,000
(    1)
4,422,000
(    6)
105,700
(111)
9,211,004
1,115,062
8,095,942
Activity
Director 	
Property management	
Farm income assurance _
Agricultural credit	
Crop insurance
Farm products finance	
Agricultural and rural development
Information	
World Food Relief .
Less farm recoveries
Staff Estimates, 1975/76
_( 6) 147,417
_( 96) 2,295,672
_( 4) 27,121,117
-( 8) 8,726,062
_( 17) 384,452
.( 4) 1,146,785
-( 6) 5,172,787
.( 6) 172,402
5,000,000
(147)
50,166,694
1,778,093
48,388,601
( 3)
( 18)
( 13)
( 77)
(111)  1,097,056
25,000
131,000
730,248
18,200
25,000
357,500
27,000
4,300,000
2,500,000
9,211,004
1,115,062
8,095,942
Expenditure Classification
(01) Salaries:
Executive  (   4)
Professional and technical ( 33)
Administrative   and   administrative
support  . ( 32)
Operational  ( 78)
(147)    2,376,512
(04) Temporary assistance
(10) Travelling expense _:
(20) Professional services _
(30) Office expense
(40)
(50)
(65)
(75)
(90)
Advertising and publicity
Material supplies
— (90)
- (90)
Maintenance and repairs	
Machinery and equipment	
Agricultural Rural Development
general project expense
Act
(90)
(90)
(90)
Farm Products Industry Improvement
Act interest reimbursement	
Farm Income Assurance Act premiums
and advances 	
Tax payments on lease lands	
Agricultural Credit Programs	
World Food Relief	
Less farm recoveries
42,682
150,500
254,000
33,000
29,000
529,000
100,000
52,000
5,000,000
1,000,000
27,000,000
100,000
8,500,000
5,000,000
50,166,694
1,778,093
48,388,601
 AGRICULTURE
L 23
Vote 8
SPECIALIST AND REGULATORY SERVICES PROGRAM
Description
The program provides specialist and regulatory services throughout the Province related
to animal health; meat, brand, dairy farm, and dairy plant inspection; pesticide sales and uses;
plant disease control; insect control; soil classifications and topsoil conservation; irrigation;
drainage; farm buildings; waste management; farm machinery; 4-H and farm vacations. The
following laboratories operate within this program: Veterinary, Dairy, Soils, and Pesticide.
Staff
(   2)
( 51)
16)
11)
17)
6)
4)
2)
( 35)
Estimated, 1974/75
35,078
882,533
348,608
180,452
352,818
126,500
88,860
30,016
497,950
30,000
Activity
(144)      2,572,815
Director 	
Veterinary medicine
Soil survey	
Engineering	
Entomology
Youth development
Plant pathology 	
Co-operative 	
Dairy
Farm labour
Staff
2)
55)
19)
14)
19)
ID
4)
2)
36)
3)
Estimates, 1975/76
51,823
1,470,435
548,057
350,785
666,576
266,855
136,959
43,648
720,174
90,458
(165)
4,345,770
( 4)
(119)
( 21)
(144)  1,692,895
73,500
305,000
143,500
34,000
237,020
86,900
(01)
Expenditure Classification
Salaries:
Executive
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(50)
(80)
(20)
Professional and technical	
Administrative   and   administrative
support (
(    5)
(135)
25)
(165)    3,019,254
Temporary assistance
Travelling expense —
Professional services .
Office expense
Material supplies	
Grants, prize awards	
Insect Biological Control Program .
332,316
366,300
93,000
53,800
273,500
107,600
100,000
2,572,815
4,345,770
 L 24 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 9
PROVINCIAL LAND COMMISSION
Description
The objective of the Commission is to preserve and encourage the establishment and
maintenance of lands for their optimum use as family farms, greenbelts, land banks for urban
or industrial use, and parklands. The Commission advises and assists municipalities and
regional districts in the designation and establishment of land reserves. It also may purchase
and administer lands in its own right with funds provided from Consolidated Revenue or from
Special Purpose Funds.
Staff   Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
(    5) 400,000 Total of vote  ( 14) 580,510
Expenditure Classification
(01) Salaries:
(    3) Executive and senior management._(    3)
(    2) Administrative   and   administrative
support ( 11)
(   5) 101,100 ( 14)       277,590
58,900    (04) Salaries and wages — temporary and
seasonal staff  121,920
45,000   (07) Fees   and   allowances — Commission
members  30,000
20,000    (10) Travelling expense   36,000
100,000    (20) Professional and special services  50,000
25,000    (30) Office expense  25,000
5,000    (40) Advertising and publications  10,000
35,000   (50) Materials, supplies, and utilities  25,000
10,000    (60) Rentals  5,000
400,000 580,510
 AGRICULTURE L 25
Vote 10
MILK BOARD
Description
The function of the Milk Board is to administer the marketing provisions of the Milk
Industry Act.
Staff   Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
( 10) 121,796 Total of vote  ( 10) 185,714
Expenditure Classification
(01) Salaries:
(    3) Executive and senior management _(    3)
(    7) Administrative   and   administrative
support (    7)
( 10) 98,796 ( 10)       158,714
16,000 (10) Travelling expense  18,000
3,000 (20) Professional and special services  5,000
4,000 (30) Office expense  4,000
121,796 185,714
 L 26
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
UNIFORM EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Program vote expenditures are shown under the uniform classifications according to the
nature of the expenditure as outlined hereunder.
(01) Salaries—Established positions:
The number of staff positions is shown by category:
Ministers and ministerial staff.
Executive and senior management.
Professional and technical.
Administrative and administrative support.
Operational.
(04) Salaries and wages—Temporary and seasonal staff.
(07) Fees and allowances:
Courts, boards, commissions, etc.
(10) Travelling expense:
Includes expenses of public servants and members of boards, commissions, etc. Also
includes purchase or lease and operation of motor-vehicles used for staff travel
purposes.
(20) Professional and special services:
Fees and expenses for services rendered by professionals such as legal, engineering,
educational, medical-dental, management consulting, etc., as well as various
services provided by other businesses not included in other classes.
(30) Office expense:
The supplies and expenses required for the operation of offices and also the lease or
purchase of office furniture and equipment.
(40) Advertising and publications:
Includes all costs associated with advertising and publications, including services of
outside agencies and consultants.
(50) Materials, supplies, and utilities (not included elsewhere):
Provides for all these items not included in other categories, e.g., office expense, and
includes parts and consumable tools as well as fuels and utilities.
(60) Rentals:
Includes the lease or rental of land, buildings, aircraft, and equipment not included
in another classification (such as automobiles for staff travel).
(65) Purchased maintenance and repair:
Provision for services to aircraft, data-processing equipment, land buildings and
works, and machinery and equipment not otherwise classified.
(70) Acquisition/Construction of land, buildings, and works:
Costs of acquiring these physical assets through purchase or contract but not construction by a department's own forces.
(75) Acquisition of machinery and equipment (not included elsewhere):
Includes purchase of aircraft, construction equipment, ships and boats, etc.
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies:
These are payments, other than for goods and services, made for the purpose of
furthering departmental programs. Payments include those to individuals and
nonprofit organizations, municipalities, Government agencies and Crown corporations, and subsidies to industries.
(90) Other expenditure and payments:
Includes all expenditure not otherwise classified such as interest on deposits, supplementary personnel costs (superannuation, etc.), transfers to special funds, loans
and advances, etc.
(99) Recoveries:
Cost recoveries in cash or by transfer billings to other votes such as in the case of the
Queen's Printer operation.
Note—This is a universal system designed for all departments; several classifications do
not apply to the Department of Agriculture.
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 27
Estimated,
1974/75
$
79,652
684,374
15,185,740
3,824,868
123,036
4,692,530
1,815,668
1,534,694
1,087,962
14,951,000
19,727,585
92,756
1,902,168
2,773,574
441,392
64,734
162,560
918,020
70,062,313
Vote
No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Summary
Attorney-General's Office	
Executive and Administrative
Justice Planning	
Legal Services	
Manpower Development
Courts 	
Prosecution Services.
Sheriff's Offices	
Official Reporters	
Police Services 	
Correction Services	
British Columbia Parole Board	
Corporate and Financial Services Division
Land Registry Offices	
Fire Marshal's Office	
Film Classification Office	
Racing Commission	
British Columbia Energy Commission
Rentalsman	
Salary Contingencies _.
Total of Department
Estimates,
1975/76
$
86,036
865,448
7,880,171
6,447,738
1,241,332
12,604,705
4,656,790
8,191,248
2,584,252
20,131,203
27,501,093
111,240
3,050,840
3,607,158
467,170
79,632
192,478
911,924
1,281,644
13,107,898
115,000,000
 L 28
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(5)
$24,000
17,628
11,232
8,424
7,368
68,652
3,000
7,000
1,000
79,652
Vote 11
ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister, including his salary and expenses
and those of his immediate staff.
Salaries:
Attorney-General	
Ministerial Executive Assistant.
Secretary
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
24,000
19,464
12,420
10,752
8,400
(5)
75,036
3,000
7,000
1,000
Total of Vote 11
86,036
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 29
Estimated
' Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(2)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(6)
(2)
(1)
(6)
40,000
31,000
33,000
26,580
56,000
36,840
11,460
13,860
13,068
5,700
12,960
9,048
7,128
12,744
5,610
15,858
18,096
20,724
13,068
14,784
23,376
20,088
26,418
45,450
13,380
5,040
6,684
18,420
6,582
32,208
5,700
(54)  600,874
50,000
18,000
9,000
6,500
684,374
Vote 12
EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE
Description
Provides for over-all policy direction of the Department as well as administrative and support services to the operational programs of the Department
These services include the functions of budget preparation and control,
accounting, personnel, payroll, and purchasing.
Executive
Salaries:
Deputy Attorney-General 	
Associate Deputy Attorney-General
Director, Crown Counsel	
General Counsel	
Crown Counsel 2	
Crown Counsel 1
Departmental Inspector ...
Consumer Affairs Officer.
Administrative Officer 3 _.
Administrative Officer 2__
Articled Law Student	
Court Recorders	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
-(2)
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
-(2)
_(2)
-(4)
Administrative
Executive Director, Finance and Administration
 (2)
 (2)
Budget Officer
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1 .
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1	
(2)
-(4)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1.
-(3)
-(4)
-(3)
-(5)
-(6)
-(3)
Temporary assistance.
-(13)
(69)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense ..
202   Travel expense.
004
029
030
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 12	
45,265
36,430
17,064
13,788
19,320
11,724
9,912
19,320
16,008
30,840
10,800
10,752
31,000
37,536
35,856
"~287848
49,728
16,368
~33^624
40,812
26,424
42,582
46,095
8,604
24,364
8,202
100,104
7,428
778,798
50,000
18,150
9,000
3,000
6,500
865,448
 L 30
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
Vote 13
JUSTICE PLANNING
Description
Provides for
(a) a Justice Information system;
(b) Regional Justice Councils;
(c) a Planning and Research unit; and
(d) Policy Analysis (C.L.E.U.).
(a) The Justice Information System provides a systems design group
capable of developing manual and computer-based information systems for
all programs of the Department. It will assist, on a systems-wide basis, at
all levels (operating, review, analysis, and planning) and will assist also in
evaluation, program budgeting, and effective court management
(b) Regional Justice Councils have been created to provide opportunities
for citizens to participate in the planning and operation of justice services,
including information and program development.
(c) The Justice Planning and Research Unit will provide professional and
technical consultation services on request to each of the justice divisions,
and will encourage and facilitate the development of planning capabilities
throughout the system.
(d) Policy Analysis (C.L.E.U.) functions as secretariat to the Policy
Board of the Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit and of researching of
problems arising out of organized crime. It is also responsible for the
development of prosecution and police components of the unit, including
staffing and provision of facilities.
Salaries:
Senior Officer 3 ...
Senior Officer 1 ...
System Analyst 5
System Analyst 4
System Analyst 3
System Analyst 1
Statistics Analyst.
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Justice Information System
-(10)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 1	
(6)
-(2)
Justice Councils
Chairman _.i	
Senior Officer 1 	
Administration Officer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
-(9)
-(10)
Planning and Research Unit
(17)      160,440
Chairman	
Consultant	
Senior Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 3
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Salaries and stipends	
-(3)
-(4)
-(5)
29,500
21,000
21,180
18,744
16,368
125,040
13,788
10,056
56,916
15,252
9,168
9,168
7,830
30,910
178,830
20,352
87,576
36,435
25,000
26,495
17,916
61,486
18,600
52,896
43,680
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
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Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
15,000,000
(17)  15,160,440
2,000
5,000
1,000
200
1,000
1,000
5,000
100
10,000
15,185,740
Vote 13
JUSTICE PLANNING—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Legal Officer 3 	
Senior Officer 3	
Policy Analysis (C.L.E.U.)
Administrative Officer 3
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer	
Interviewer 1	
-(H)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
25,000
27,600
16,368
225,456
12,000
15,492
9,168
9,060
7,908
Development of Justice Systems
Sundry employees and expenses      5,840,533
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
015
018
021
029
030
045
Office expenses 	
Travel expenses	
Office furniture and equipment	
Printing and publications	
Data processing rental	
Library
Maintenance and operation of equipment .
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Fees for services	
(86)  7,142,771
79,400
80,000
45,000
11,000
200,000
9,000
10,000
3,000
300,000
Total of Vote 13
7,880,171
 h 32;
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
20,724
6,372
(2)
(2)
(6)
49,836
39,606
83,394
21,276
Vote 14
LEGAL SERVICES
Description
The first four subvotes,
(a) Legal Services Division Headquarters,
(b) Community Legal Services,
(c) Public Legal Education,
(d) Legal Information Services,
are programs established to improve legal services to all citizens of the
Province. The emphasis will be on the establishment of a number of
community-based programs in the non-criminal field, developing legal
services to groups, training counsellors, lay advocates, and paraprofessionals,
and upgrading of legal services in criminal and family matters. Also includes
improved legal services to native people and in geographical areas presently
seriously underserviced.
In this vote also is provision for providing legal advice to departments of
government, the preparation of statutes for the Legislature, and the Law
Reform Commission's ongoing study of the laws of the Province.
Salaries:
Chairman	
Legal Officer 2	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2 .
Legal Services Division Headquarters
Temporary assistance.
Community Legal Services
Legal Officer 5 .
Legal Officer 2 .
Senior Officer 1
Clerk 3 	
(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Public Legal Education
Legal Officer 5 ...
Legal Officer 2 _.
Legal Officer 1 ._
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Legal Information Services
Legal Officer 3
Librarian 5	
Librarian 4	
Clerk 6	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
36,435
18,249
16,068
11,424
9,168
8,736
8,100
50,000
28,000
18,000
42,000
8,736
9,168
8,736
28,000
18,000
14,784
9,168
8,736
22,000
17,712
16,068
11,724
9,168
8,736
Advice to Government Departments
Legal Officer 5	
Legal Officer 3	
Legal Officer 2	
Legal Officer 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
-(3)
-(4)
(6)
-(3)
-(3)
93,984
99,986
112,980
43,692
30,600
8,952
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
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Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
33,000
26,928
19,272
12,354
8,724
6,264
14,118
(23)      341,868
10,000
7,000
3,000
2,500,000
100,000
650,000
213,000
3,824,868
Vote 14
LEGAL SERVICES—Continued
Statute Preparation
Salaries—Continued
Associate Deputy Minister 3	
Legal Officer 5	
Legal Officer 4	
Legal Officer 3	
Legal Officer 2	
Legal Officer 1	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Chairman
 (2)
Law Reform Commission
Legal Officer 4
Legal Officer 3
Legal Officer 2
Legal Officer 1
Clerk 6 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
-(3)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
005
007
013
018
036
038
039
043
045
050
Office expenses 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Commissioners fees and allowances
Advertising
Printing and publications.
Library 	
Legal Aid .
Court Worker Program
Training Workshops	
General civil law costs _
Fees for services	
Law Reform Commission.
Total of Vote 14	
36,435
33,000
26,496
22,494
18,000
12,132
12,072
10,488
8,736
17,904
43,055
20,000
21,516
17,000
12,132
12,444
28,224
(65)      1,179,238
60,000
53,500
30,000
60,000
20,000
40,000
30,000
4,250,000
550,000
20,000
100,000
55,000
6,447,738
 L 34
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(4)
14,784
14,124
40,788
43,656
9,684
(10)      123,036
123,036
Vote 15
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT
Description
Provides for ongoing training programs of Police, Corrections staff, and
Sheriffs at both the recruitment and management levels, and the coordination of education programs within all divisions of the Department.
Salaries:
Director	
Senior Officer 3
Instructors 	
Stockman 6
Police Academy
-(14)
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Corrections Training
Senior Officer 3	
Senior Officer 1	
Deputy Warden 2	
Deputy Warden 1	
Senior Correctional Officer
Probation Officer 3	
Principal Officer	
Correctional Officer	
-(3)
-(2)
-(3)
-(3)
Sheriffs' Training
Instructors ~ ( 5 )
Stockman 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Temporary assistance	
(41)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expenses	
202   Travelling expenses	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
009 Clothing and uniforms	
010 Provisions and catering	
011 Laundry and dry goods	
013    Printing and publications	
016 Equipment and machinery	
017 Medical supplies	
018 Library	
021    Maintenance of equipment	
023 School supplies and equipment	
024 Supplies for training	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Staff training	
045 Fees for service	
Total of Vote 15 	
33,120
31,000
247,296
12,444
12,888
9,660
8,100
27,000
21,000
17,880
49,320
28,344
46,800
40,896
82,800
9,168
8,736
2,000
688,452
24,000
140,000
10,000
8,880
70,000
3,000
6,300
27,000
1,300
6,000
14,500
5,000
8,800
44,000
500
138,600
45,000
1,241,332
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 35
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
22,308
(2)   29,568
(7)
(5)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(1)
66,492
40,224
19,428
"167848
13,830
6,582
6,264
16,000
23,892
49,752
(5)
(5)
(15)
(19)
(10)
61,596
53,748
136,212
138,414
65,550
Vote 16
COURTS
Description
Provides for administrative services necessary for all levels of courts, both
civil and criminal. (Appeal, Supreme, County, Provincial, including Family
and Small Claims Division, and Coroners.) Also provides for all of the
salaries and expenses of Provincial Court Judges.
Salaries:
Vice-Chairman, Courts .
Clerk 4	
Headquarters, Victoria
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Headquarters, Vancouver
Chief Provincial Court Judge .
Chief Court Administrator	
Executive Assistant	
Court Consultants	
Secretary to Chief Judge	
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Temporary assistance	
-(5)
Region 1, Vancouver Island
District Provincial Court Judge .
-(2)
Provincial Court Judge (27)
Legal Officer 4
Deputy Regional Administrator
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 1	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
Temporary assistance.
-(3)
-(20)
-(8)
-(18)
-(3)
-(2)
-(5)
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
-(H)
Region 2, Vancouver
District Provincial Court Judge
Provincial Court Judge	
Legal Officer 4	
Legal Officer 2 	
Coroner	
(38)
-(3)
Deputy Regional Administrator .
Executive Assistant	
Administrative Officer 7	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
-(5)
-(13)
-(17)
-(25)
-(40)
-(39)
38,640
9,660
9,408
40,000
35,000
16,368
105,900
10,284
9,660
9,168
8,304
978
74,000
410,720
24,996
21,180
53,748
15,168
42,912
241,440
86,016
167,184
26,208
21,504
48,300
18,336
17,016
16,812
86,988
13,818
37,000
1,164,640
28,000
54,000
29,145
23,500
21,528
27,539
16,368
21,180
89,580
197,184
216,240
282,864
385,440
366,912
 Lt:3,6
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
:   Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976:
Vote 16
COURTS—Continued
Region 2, Vancouver—Continued
(1)
9,048
(11)
(2)
(2)
89,076
15,768
13,806
(4)
(4)
24,960
20,998
118,000
20,724
(2)
(6)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
22,464
55,524
15,372
6,792
7,488
7,884
7,368
Salaries—Continued
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Secretary to Chief Justice
Lab Technician 4	
Lab Technician 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
-(7)
-(2)
-(2)
-(3)
-(2)
-(15)
-(9)
-(8)
_(5)
Temporary assistance
-(31)
-(H)
Region 3, South Fraser
District Provincial Court Judge .
Provincial Court Judge .
Deputy Regional Administrator	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(8)
_(3)
(6)
-(6)
-(3)
.(6)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 1 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
Switchboard Operator.
Temporary assistance ..
_-(2)
-(2)
-(3)
-(22)
-(16)
Region 4, Northeast Fraser
District Provincial Court Judge .
Provincial Court Judge	
Legal Officer 3 	
Coroner
-(2)
-(14)
Deputy Regional Administrator.
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1
-(6)
-(2)
-(9)
-(14)
-(13)
-(4)
66,000
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(2)
Temporary assistance.
-(H)
-(4)
-(2)
-(9)
-(12)
61,152
16,200
21,600
41,220
26,424
159,168
91,800
77,280
45,840
7,752
277,512
91,344
59,767
37,000
280,000
21,180
16,368
45,504
81,164
74,232
35,352
52,416
7,908
10,200
17,472
18,336
25,524
196,944
132,864
8,100
1,650
74,000
442,752
24,500
22,080
21,180
17,916
15,696
89,532
28,296
111,348
164,976
125,580
34,494
7,584
19,968
10,200
106,260
35,736
15,660
79,704
94,896
13,892
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L37
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
Vote 16
Salaries—Continued
COURTS—Continued
Region 5, Okanagan
District Provincial Court Judge
Provincial Court Judge
Deputy Regional Administrator
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
_._(2)
-(12)
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 1 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
Clerk-Recorder 1	
Temporary assistance.
-(7)
-(2)
-(7)
-(3)
-(4)
-(4)
-(6)
Region 6, Kootenay
District Provincial Court Judge .
Provincial Court Judge
Deputy Regional Administrator
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
-(2)
-(17)
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
(10)
-(16)
-(3)
-(4)
Temporary assistance .
Region 7, Interior
District Provincial Court Judge	
Provincial Court Judge (16)
Deputy Regional Administrator	
Administrative Officer 3	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
-(2)
--(3)
-(6)
-(14)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
-(3)
-(3)
-(3)
Region 8, Northern
District Provincial Court Judge (2)
Provincial Court Judge .
Deputy Regional Administrator
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
-(17)
-(3)
-(3)
-(2)
-(7)
74,000
101,024
21,180
27,576
12,888
12,444
79,884
20,688
67,620
26,208
9,912
37.632
34,260
7,908
48,804
7,908
9,168
711
74,000
199,940
21,180
24,144
11,064
101,136
146,688
26,856
8,100
33,216
7,752
25,272
37,000
162,000
21,180
15,768
28,296
37,116
61,200
122.304
8,736
29,980
8,406
26,856
24,912
74,000
231,700
21,180
15,168
14,676
38,448
32,256
19,572
63,528
 L 38
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
2,700,000
(121)   3,967,980
138,500
85,850
39,000
200
8,000
180,000
2,000
21,000
250,000
4,692,530
Vote 16
Salaries—Continued
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1	
COURTS—Continued
Region 8, Northern—Continued
 (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
Temporary assistance.
Northern allowance ...
Region 9, Prince Rupert
District Provincial Court ludge	
Provincial Court Judge (12)
Deputy Regional Administrator	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 (2)
Clerk 4 (2)
Clerk 3 (16)
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Temporary assistance	
Northern allowance	
Salaries and stipends	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
009
011
013
017
018
029
030
031
034
035
041
042
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Furniture and equipment.
Clothing and uniforms	
Laundry
Printing and publications .
Medical supplies	
Library
Motor-vehicles
Contingencies ..
Witness fees .	
Judges' fees	
Interpreters
Judical conferences
Coroners' inquests _
Total of Vote 16...
26,208
8,100
8,736
9,168
8,100
8,004
9,048
2,592
37,000
121,420
21,180
11,724
21,504
19,320
143,664
8,736
9,168
5,208
17,328
(855) 11,106,012
400,000
250,000
200,000
9,850
1,700
22,483
2,000
14,000
24,660
11,000
270,000
8,000
10,000
25,000
250,000
12,604,705
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
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Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
25,284
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(3)
22,308
15,516
10,404
13,068
8,088
21,000
(9)  115,668
400,000
L3oo7ooo
1,815,668
Vote 17
PROSECUTION SERVICES
Description
Provides for legal representation of the Crown in the right of British
Columbia before all courts in the Province.
Salaries:
Director.
Legal Officer 5	
Legal Officer 4	
Legal Officer 3	
Legal Officer 2	
Legal Officer 1	
Para Legal Officer	
Administrative Officer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
-(10)
_-(8)
.(25)
-(47)
-(14)
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Clerk-Typist 2
-(19)
-(16)
-(5)
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
-(3)
202
004
018
029
030
036
045
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Library
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Contingencies arising out of prosecution ...
Training Workshops	
Fees for service	
Total of Vote 17	
36,500
347,204
240,297
639,569
920,164
231,738
14,000
16,368
10,488
252,996
151,932
43,428
8,202
24,404
1,050
(152)      2,938,340
65,000
99,150
72,700
51,600
10,000
400,000
20,000
1,000,000
4,656,790
 L 40
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
148,164
(4)
51,090
(18)
201,900
(30)
285,678
(18)
141,414
(2)
21,192
9,684
(4)
32,892
(12)
83,208
(8)
47,022
(1)
(8)
5,868
45,132
10,000
3,000
(115)   1,086,244
24,250
74,750
5,050
9,400
29,000
6,000
300,000
1,534,694
Vote 18
SHERIFFS' OFFICES
Description
Provides for the service and execution of all process originating from the
courts of the Province, the security of courts during trial sessions, and the
escorting of prisoners between institutions and courts.
Headquarters
Region 1, Vancouver Island
Region 2, Vancouver
Region 3, South Fraser
Region 4, Northeast Fraser
Region 5, Okanagan
Region 6, Kootenay
Region 7, Interior
Region 8, Northern
Region 9, Prince Rupert
Salaries:
Director, Sheriffs' Services.
Sheriff	
Senior Deputy Sheriff.
Deputy Sheriff	
Sheriffs' Officer 2	
Sheriffs' Officer 1	
Clerk 6 	
-(9)
31,000
205,200
.(474)      5,206,681
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(3)
-(5)
-(18)
.(10)
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance.
-(2)
_(9)
-(5)
-(10)
-(19)
38,148
12,072
53,760
164,880
84,720
7,908
9,912
17,688
74,736
39,672
81,000
146,856
72,030
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense .
202
004
008
009
016
029
030
032
045
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Medical services	
Clothing and uniforms	
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Communications rentals	
Jurors' administration	
Fees for services rendered	
Total of Vote 18	
(568)  6,246,263
122,500
750,000
84,287
7,120
105,000
32,488
453,000
70,090
300,000
20,500
8,191,248
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 41
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(9)
(30)
(5)
(1)
13,860
22,920
33,696
30,492
85,632
290,304
39,420
7,368
5,610
7,128
5,532
90,000
(57)  631,962
35,000
24,000
7,000
10,000
330,000
50,000
1,087,962
Vote 19
OFFICIAL REPORTERS
Description
Provides for reporting or recording of evidence at trials and hearings in all
courts of the Province.
Salaries:
Chief Court Reporter _
Court Reporter 6	
Court Reporter 5	
Court Reporter 4	
Court Reporter 3 	
Court Reporter 2	
Court Reporter 1 	
Recorder Supervisor _
Administrative Officer
Court Recorders	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
-(2)
-(3)
-(3)
-(22)
.(59)
-(21)
-(56)
-(6)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk 1 	
Temporary assistance.
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense _.
-(2)
202
004
016
031
032
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Equipment and machinery.
Sundry reporters and transcripts	
Legal  Aid—sundry  reporters  and
scripts
tran-
033    Reporters and transcripts
Total of Vote 19	
25,000
29,820
42,912
40,752
275,634
699,276
221,832
15,168
13,788
665,622
64,512
9,660
9,660
15,816
16,800
(179)      2,146,252
75,000
50,000
53,000
60,000
150,000
50,000
2,584,252
 L 42
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
300,000
14,651,000
14,951,000
Vote 20
POLICE SERVICES
Description
Program is designed to encourage individual police departments in
Province-wide co-ordination in promoting effective standards of law enforcement; to develop a system of police accountability to the public and
endeavour to create public understanding of the police role in society; to
provide adequate training for all police personnel in the Province and create
a career development program. Included also are the expenses of the
policing of the Province under contract by Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Salaries:
Chairman	
Commissioners
Director of Planning	
Senior Officer
-(2)
Research Consultant 	
Research Associate	
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5
43,055
72,864
31,000
31,000
27,000
21,516
12,888
10,752
9,660
8,736
9,660
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense .
Travel expense
(12)
202
004
005
007
018
023
024
030
031
032
041
045
Office furniture and equipment
Salary expense 	
Public information programs 	
Library
Training Conference and work shops	
Staff training and development	
Sundry police expenses 	
Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit investigations
Public hearings,
tions	
inquiries, and investiga-
Policing by RCMP	
Fees for service (consultants)
Total of Vote 20	
278,131
19,000
32,500
4,000
12,000
8,500
8,000
40,000
7,000
300,000
1,000,000
45,000
18,307,072
70,000
20,131,203
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 43
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
36,000
(1.391) 16,033,070
(1.392) 16,069,070
98,290
226,000
40,000
500
210,000
170,000
1,000,000
60,000
220,000
1,000
150,000
57,775
7,000
98,400
225,000
25,000
16,600
75,000
75,000
200,000
2,550
Vote 21
CORRECTION SERVICES
Description
Program objectives are directed toward
(1) the correction of the relationship between the offender and the
offended;
(2) the regionalization and concomitant integration of Community and
Institutional Corrections operational divisions; and
(3) the creation of alternatives to incarceration in large institutions
through the development of small community-based units and
alternative programs for both the adult and juvenile offender.
Correction Headquarters
Probation Headquarters and Field Services
Attendance Program (Adult and Juvenile)
Juvenile Detention Program
Community Correction Centre
Alouette River Unit
Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre
Women's Centre
Twin Maples Camp
Chilliwack Forest Camp
Prince George Regional Correctional Centre
Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre
Haney Correctional Centre and Forest Camps
New Haven Correctional Centre
Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre and Forest Camps
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Corrections  39,000
Other employees (including Wardens, Probation
Officers, Physicians, Nurses, Correctional Officers)  (1,563)    21,503,593
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202
004
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
016
017
018
020
021
022
023
024
025
028
029
030
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising
Medical services 	
Clothing and uniforms _
Provisions and catering
Laundry and dry-goods
Earning
Printing and publications...
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies 	
Library
Maintenance of buildings and grounds .	
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Transportation
School supplies and services .
Supplies for training.
Temporary Absence Program expense	
Acquisition and construction of buildings
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
(1,564)    21,542,593
130,000
270,000
75,000
3,500
200,000
325,000
1,200,000
60,000
220,000
1,000
175,000
50,000
8,000
100,000
275,000
25,000
10,000
50,000
8,000
75,000
200,000
3,000
 L 44
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
20,000
2,000
96,000
12,000
16,000
5,000
300,000
10,000
56,000
133,400
50,000
19,727,585
Vote 21
CORRECTION SERVICES—Continued
Psychiatric services.
Prison industries	
Training Academy
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
031    Staff training .
032
034
035
036
037
038
039
044
045
047
Training Grants Program 	
Fund to assist probationers and parolees .
Farm operations .
Group Work Program
Licence-plate shop
Fees for services rendered
Grants—special projects _
20,000
100,000
20,000
20,000
200,000
10,000
200,000
1,925,000
Total of Vote 21
27,501,093
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 45
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(2)
26,928
12,600
14,784
8,424
7,488
11,832
(7)        82,056
1,200
2,500
1,000
6,000
92,756
Vote 22
BRITISH COLUMBIA PAROLE BOARD
Description
Program provides for administrative and support staff required for the
processing and hearing of applications for parole by inmates held in Provincial institutions.
Salaries:
Chairman	
Vice-Chairman 	
Administrative Officer 3
Clerk 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 _
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1	
-d)
29,728
13,910
17,916
9,786
10,344
8,304
7,752
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense ~	
202   Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment.
005 Parole Board allowances	
(7)
97,740
1,500
3,000
1,000
8,000
Total of Vote 22 .
111,240
 L 46
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(3)
(5)
(4)
(11)
(6)
(1)
(2)
(20)
(4)
(2)
(1)
(6)
(5)
(4)
25,284
7,884
7,746
23,892
20,724
15,876
13,068
12,132
10,788
28,548
40,494
27,654
66,822
14,736
6,264
5,688
33,012
1,500
23,532
19,872
15,150
11,688
14,784
13,860
13,860
11,010
22,356
71,580
187,140
55,644
26,454
11,478
5,124
7,248
35,268
35,784
30,216
22,440
7,128
Vote 23
CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES DIVISION
Description
The program includes the incorporation of companies and societies^ and
registration of partnerships and extra-provincial companies; the administration of the Securities Act, Investment Contracts Act, and Mortgage Brokers
Act directed toward protecting the public interest in the sale of securities and
investment contracts in the mortgage industry; the administration of the
Insurance Act and Real Estate Act for the protection of the public interest
in the fields of insurance and real estate; the inspection and incorporation of
credit unions and supervision of co-operatives; the administration of the
Public Trustee Act, Official Administration Act, Patients Estates Act, the
Infants Act, and Official Guardian Act, for the protection of the estates and
financial interests of minors and mentally disordered persons, and for the
administration of estates of deceased persons in some areas of the Province.
Salaries: Executive
Assistant Deputy Attorney-General	
Legal Officer 2	
Clerk 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Registrar of Companies .
Deputy Registrar of Companies .
Solicitor 3 	
Companies
Administrative Officer 2  (2)
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 1 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
_(7)
-(10)
-(6)
-(15)
-(5)
...(2)
Temporary assistance .
Public Trustee	
Solicitor 4	
Solicitor 3 	
Solicitor 1 	
-(2)
-(14)
Public Trustee's Office
Legal Officer 2	
Legal Officer 1 	
Deputy Public Trustee ...
Audit Accountant 5	
Administrative Officer 4.
Administrative Officer 3 .
Administrative Officer 2 .
Administrative Officer 1 .
Clerk 6 	
-(2)
(3)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(7)
-(19)
-(7)
-(7)
Stockman 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Typist 2 .
Clerk-Typist 1
-(4)
-(5)
Temporary assistance.
(11)
-(6)
35,330
19,860
10,200
10,752
8,304
27,600
17,916
"317392
15,168
12,132
83,286
102,000
55,728
127,620
37,140
19,320
8,952
""lMOO"
110,712
20,000
29,808
38,628
13,392
18,744
16,368
47,088
14,922
92,484
226,062
72,408
63,420
31,420
10,752
46,440
93,588
48,024
14,256
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L47
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(4)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(3)
(4)
23,892
16,236
16,236
27,192
32,514
12,132
8,424
27,900
13,740
12,222
5,868
11,592
1,400
23,892
31,020
24,708
19,872
17,298
32,472
14,784
24,708
11,232
24,528
40,788
32,424
8,022
21,048
7,884
20,112
20,064
11,844
22,536
3,600
16,236
13,596
55,248
8,292
7,884
6,900
(183)    1,734,068
87,000
35,500
24,100
2,400
9,500
9,600
1,902,168
Vote 23
CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES DIVISION—Continued
Insurance and Real Estate Office
Salaries—-Continued
Superintendent of Insurance and Real Estate	
Deputy Superintendent	
Audit Accountant 5	
Audit Accountant 3 (2)
Audit Accountant 2 (3)
Administrative Officer 1	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 ..
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(5)
-(2)
-(1)
Temporary assistance.
-(2)
Securities Commission Office
Superintendent of Brokers	
Deputy Superintendent of Brokers .
Legal Officer 2 	
Solicitor 2	
-(2)
-(4)
Audit Accountant 7	
Audit Accountant 6	
Audit Accountant 5	
Audit Accountant 4	
Audit Accountant 3	
Audit Accountant 2	
Administrative Officer 2 	
Securities Commission Investigator 2	
Securities Commission Investigator 1	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
-(5)
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1.
-(2)
-(7)
_(3)
_(2)
-(3)
Temporary assistance.
-(3)
-(2)
-(2)
-(5)
Credit Unions Office
Chief Inspector
Audit Accountant 3
Audit Accountant 2 .
Clerk 3	
-(5)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
30,900
19,584
20,352
34,128
44,028
15,168
10,620
47,040
19,068
8,304
8,508
16,008
2,000
31,000
47,460
81,684
21,936
19,464
101,760
18,744
47,304
"3132
119,448
41,364
10,620
28,602
10,200
28,224
18,120
16,812
41,010
17,916
15,768
71,160
9,660
10,200
9,168
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment.
005 Fees and allowances	
013 Advertising and promotion	
029 Vehicles and accessories	
031 Actuarial fees	
045 Fees for services	
(229)      2,772,140
130,000
31,300
60,300
17,400
4,700
13,000
12,000
10,000
Total of Vote 23 .
3,050,840
 L 48
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(44)
(36)
(30)
(26)
(27)
(1)
25,284
130,956
79,536
48,528
20,268
29,286
465,792
59,988
328,014
225,522
171,794
156,306
308,226
5,688
6,684
7,128
(5)
30,540
(44)
242,328
136,706
4,200
(301) 2,482,774
200,000
4,800
86,000
2,773,574
Vote 24
LAND REGISTRY OFFICES
Description
Provides for administrative and support staff for seven offices providing
registration services for title to land.
Kamloops
Nelson
New Westminster
Prince George
Prince Rupert
Vancouver
Victoria
Salaries:
Director	
Registrar 	
Deputy Registrar 	
Land Registry Surveyor 3	
Land Registry Surveyor 2	
Land Registry Surveyor 1	
Senior Examiners of Title	
Administrative Officer 1	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Microfilm Operator 2 _
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(7)
-(6)
-(4)
-(2)
-(4)
-(50)
-(5)
-(33)
-(20)
.(30)
-(36)
-(58)
_(2)
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance
-(H)
-(29)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment...
Total of Vote 24 	
36,500
165,120
99,456
61,536
26,424
48,396
650,316
75,840
381,744
206,880
271,800
295,272
449,616
8,100
9,660
18,816
8,406
89,100
232,116
140,000
8,560
(301)  3,283,658
247,000
7,400
69,100
3,607,158
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 49
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(7)
(14)
18,420
14,784
13,596
40,788
85,800
144,120
5,778
7,884
13,348
6,264
5,610
1,000
(33)  357,392
9,500
44,200
2,000
1,000
1,500
1,600
17,500
700
500
5,000
500
441,392
Vote 25
FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE
Description
Provides collection and dissemination of information in regard to fires in
the Province; the investigation of and holding of inquiries into fires and
conditions under which fires are likely to occur; research into methods of
fire prevention and assistance in the formation and training of volunteer
fire-fighting forces.
Salaries:
Fire Marshal.
Deputy Fire Marshal..
Training Co-ordinator
Inspector 3 	
Inspector 2 	
Inspector 1 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(3)
-(6)
-(15)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 1 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(2)
Temporary assistance.
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense.
202
004
007
009
016
029
030
031
032
033
(33)
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Advertising and publicity	
Clothing and uniforms
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Incidentals and contingencies _
Examination of projectionists .
Fire reports—fees and expenses	
Fire inquiries and investigations	
Total of Vote 25	
25,000
16,320
13,596
40,788
74,124
151,176
10,752
8,952
16,608
8,952
8,202
1,000
375,470
10,000
45,000
5,000
1,000
4,000
2,000
17,500
700
500
5,000
1,000
467,170
 L 50
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(5)
14,784
20,136
12,672
8,292
850
56,734
2,000
1,000
400
600
1,000
3,000
64,734
Vote 26
FILM CLASSIFICATION OFFICE
Description
Provides for examination and classification of all films to be shown in
motion-picture theatres, and also licensing businesses of film and motion-
picture theatres.
Salaries:
Director 	
Assistant Director
Projectionist 	
Clerk 4	
-(2)
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense —
17,916
26,292
12,672
10,752
850
(5)
202 Travelling expense	
016 Equipment and machinery	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment
029 Motor-vehicle and accessories	
031 Interpreters' fees	
032 Restricted motion-picture trailer expense ~
Total of Vote 26	
68,482
2,000
1,150
400
600
3,000
1,000
3,000
79,632
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 51
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
19,404
27,000
10,404
8,640
8,424
37,188
(6)  111,060
4,500
8,000
50
4,500
900
550
19,500
13,500
162,560
Vote 27
RACING COMMISSION
Description
Provides for the control and regulation of horse-racing in the Province,
including the licensing of all personnel engaged in operation of racetracks.
Salaries:
Commissioner-Secretary	
Steward
Chief Investigator
Security Inspector
Clerk 4 	
(2)
Temporary assistance.
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense...
21,422
37,094
13,248
10,524
10,752
37,188
(6)
202   Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
005 Racing Commission (per diem allowance
and expenses)	
013    Printing and publications	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Security services	
032 Veterinarian fees 	
130,228
4,500
8,000
5,000
8,500
1,200
550
19,500
15,000
Total of Vote 27
192,478
 L 52
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
8Vt\£<
(7)
(4)
35,000
32,000
25,000
75,000
22,500
65,000
67,000
63,000
15,000
20,000
(3)   37,000
13,000
9,000
5,700
5,400
61,620
28,800
70,500
(36)  650,520
25,000
50,000
7,000
70,500
10,000
7,500
2,500
15,000
5,000
15,000
60,000
918,020
Vote 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA ENERGY COMMISSION
Description
Provides for energy resources management and regulation of energy utili
ties and advice
required.
Salaries:
Chairman .
Deputy Chairman.
Senior Financial Analyst
Rate Analyst 	
Financial Analyst.
Public Information Officer
Junior Financial Analyst._
Economist 	
in these areas to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council as
44,850
41,400
32,890
33,522
29,980
32,890
30,360
28,750
52,555
27,324
26,450
20,872
Commission Secretary	
Director, Utility Regulations	
Assistant Director, Utility Regulations .
Director, Petroleum Regulations	
Director, Resource Management	
Director, Fuel Subsidies	
Engineer
(1)
-(2)
Research Assistant	
Administrative Officer.
Librarian	
Library Clerk 	
Receptionist	
Clerk
-(2)
-(4)
-(3)
Senior Secretaries
Stenographers
 (4)
 (5)
Temporary assistance (part-time Commissioners)
27,600
66,297
44,677
17,710
12,650
8,349
7,245
6,555
48,576
50,922
Expenses:
Code No.
(36) 692,424
001
202
004
005
008
016
024
030
031
035
041
045
Office expenses	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
B.C. Energy Commission (per diem and
expenses) 	
Library .	
Equipment and machinery 	
Staff training .
Incidentals and contingencies
Hearings
Training seminars	
Public conferences      .	
Fees for service (consultant and legal)
Total of Vote 28	
20,000
50,000
15,000
40,000
10,000
2,000
2,500
15,000
5,000
Isoiooo
911,924
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
L 53
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
Vote 29
RENTALSMAN
Description
The office of the Rentalsman administers the Landlord and Tenant Act,
which governs the relationship between landlords and tenants who rent
residential premises. The office of the Rentalsman is empowered to mediate,
adjudicate, and rule on all matters covered by the Act, with the exception of
questions of rent increases; to deal with matters of termination of tenancies,
possession of premises, redirection of rent for repairs and essential services,
and security deposits; to disseminate information to the general public about
their rights and responsibilities under the Act.
Salaries:
Rentalsman
Deputy Rentalsman	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 1	
Public Information Officer 4 .
Audit Accountant 3	
Audit Accountant 1	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 ^	
Clerk 1 	
-(3)
-(15)
Switchboard Operator
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2
-(20)
-(2)
-(7)
-(5)
-(2)
Temporary assistance.
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expenses
Travel expenses
-(3)
_(2)
-(12)
202
004
007
029
045
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity.
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Fees for services rendered	
Total of Vote 29
43,056
92,736
19,584
220,140
17,064
14,232
10,848
12,444
201,120
18,576
55,356
37,140
17,472
10,200
26,532
17,244
97,200
17,000
(78) 927,944
63,000
21,200
7,000
200,000
10,000
52,500
1,281,644
 L 54
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
$70,062,313
Vote 30
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Total, Department of Attorney-General	
_    13,107,898
..$115,000,000
 CONSUMER SERVICES
L 55
Estimated,
1974/75
$
80,184
1,141,229
Vote
No.
DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER SERVICES
Summary
31 Minister's Office	
32 General Administration
33 Salary Contingencies _
Estimates,
1975/76
$
88,796
1,798,344
673,863
1,221,413
Total of Department.
2,561,003
 L 56
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
$24,000
17,628
9,684
6,684
5,688
1,500
(5)        65,184
5,500
7,000
2,500
80,184
39,000
7,608
11,736
10,788
5,868
6,684
11,736
15,516
11,688
9,684
24,264
10,044
6,264
11,736
5,688
Vote 31
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Consumer Services 	
Executive Assistant .	
Secretary  .
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Typist 2.
Temporary assistance
(5)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 31 	
$24,000
19,464
12,430
10,200
8,202
74,296
5,500
7,000
2,000
Vote 32
Salaries:
GENERAL   ADMINISTRATION
Deputy Minister's Office
Deputy Minister
Secretary
Clerk-Stenographer 2
-(2)
Administrative Services Branch
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Legal Services Branch
(Director  and  Staff  Solicitors  provided  by
Department of the Attorney-General)
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2)
Community Programs Branch
Senior Officer 1	
Administrative Officer
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 3	
Public Information Officer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2	
-(2)
Administrative Officer 5
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 5	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
-(7)
(7)
43,602
11,400
17,016
13,212
8,505
10,056
16,251
23,280
21,180
18,600
18,600
14,580
16,716
15,168
9,534
16,782
7,584
21,180
16,716
16,368
102,721
10,908
8,844
8,736
9,288
60,846
$88,796
 CONSUMER SERVICES
L 57
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
24,752
14,124
41,184
71,920
13,332
23,376
6,684
44,988
11,376
150,404
(45)      590,444
19,600
45,295
175,090
40,000
225,000
25,000
17,500
1,500
1,800
1,141,229
1,221,413
Vote 32
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Senior Officer 2 	
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Audit Accountant 3	
Cemetery Officer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 2
Trade Practices Branch
-(4)
-(7)
-(2)
Temporary assistance	
-(8)
-(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
008
013
016
018
029
030
031
032
033
036
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Consultive services	
Consumer information and education .
Office equipment rentals	
Books, bindings, and periodicals	
Motor-vehicles 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Business liaison and information
Ministerial investigations	
Director's investigations	
Grants	
Public hearings
Total of Vote 32 .
Vote 33
22,080
17,064
56,802
95,839
14,432
27,576
9,600
64,836
13,122
150,600
(68)      1,009,624
85,000
62,000
35,000
144,400
190,000
33,000
25,000
8,500
2,000
60,000
20,000
25,000
120,000
Code No.
901    Salary contingencies
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Total, Department of Consumer Services
1,819,524
652,683
$2,561,003
  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
L 59
Estimated,
1974/75
$
75,976
1,901,415
2,355,000
4,332,391
Vote
No.
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT
Summary
34
35
36
37
Minister's Office	
General Administration.
Salary Contingencies
Shared Programs and Grants ..
Total of Department.
Estimates,
1975/76
$
85,129
2,839,608
479,600
1,595,663
5,000,000
 L 60
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(5)
(3)
(1)
(3)
$24,000
17,628
11,232
6,684
5,532
(5)        65,076
3,000
7,000
900
75,976
33,000
13,596
12,132
9,048
19,368
39,648
6,900
11,064
8,886
6,264
17,796
11,136
5,688
16,104
(25)      210,630
25,000
25,000
23,892
(2)
46,000
22,000
17,000
23,172
23,172
21,516
18,420
16,236
15,516
17,628
(10)
159,774
(7)
92,727
(6)
65,642
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Vote 34
Salaries:
Minister of Economic Development
Executive Assistant .	
Secretary
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1	
(5)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense.
202
004
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 34	
$24,000
19,465
12,420
8/736
8,508
73,129
3,500
8,000
500
Vote 35
Salaries:
Deputy Minister .
Associate Deputy Minister
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
(a) Executive and General
-(3)
-(4)
-(2)
-(2)
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(3)
-(2)
_(2)
(2)
-(2)
44,160
36,430
T57I68"
15,168
T6"2l6
40,920
17,688
16,824
7,428
11,400
9,912
9,660
26,640
16,614
15,504
16,506
15,336
(30)
351,574
(b) Policy, Research, and Development
Executive   Director   of   Economic   Plans   and
Statistics      	
Executive Director of Business Development      	
Executive Director of Economic Research	
Senior Officer 3 (6)
Senior Officer 2	
Senior Officer 1 (7)
Director of Trade and Industrial Development:	
Economist 5	
Economist 4	
Economist 3	
Economist 2	
Economist 1	
Audit Accountant 6
Planning Officer 3
163,943
24,290
134,700
25,584
(10)
Trade Development Officer 4 _..
Trade Development Officer 3 ....
Trade Development Officer 2 ....
Trade Development Officer 1 _.
_(4)
-(4)
17,628
164,544
15,516
17,628
69,486
58,578
11,910
$85,129
 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
L 61
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
26,136
(5)
60,876
(3)
29,052
(2)
18,396
(2)
24,756
14,760
16,236
(4)
34,164
(2)
12,528
5,532
(7)
(6)
7,128
48,912
38,688
5,868
5,208
13,000
(76)      973,935
(101)    1,184,565
21,500
50,000
12,350
228,000
50,000
13,000
2,000
135,000
80,000
125,000
1,901,415
320,000
1,300,000
660,000
35,000
5,000
35,000
2,355,000
$4,332,391
Vote 35
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Research Officer 4
Research Officer 3
Research Officer 2
Research Officer 1
-(3) 39,204
_(6) 72,564
.(3) 29,592
Public Information Officer 3 .
Public Information Officer 2
Administrative Officer 4	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
.(2) 26,226
Draughtsman 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Typist 1
12,072
7,908
7,368
Photographic Technician
Temporary assistance	
.(4) 39,222
.(5) 44,928
-(7) 58,560
  8,004
  7,128
(72)       1,056,583
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202
205
004
007
013
016
030
031
032
033
Travel and removal expenses _
Representation allowance	
Office furniture and equipment.
Advertising and promotion	
Printing and publications	
Equipment and machinery	
Mapping and draughting .
Industrial and economic studies
Technical Assistance Programs .
Trade missions	
(102)       1,408,157
39,000
104,000
6,240
25,000
350,000
55,000
15,000
2,500
569,711
90,000
175,000
Total of Vote 35
Vote 36
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Code No.
901    Salary contingencies	
SHARED PROGRAMS AND GRANTS
320,000
Vote 37
Code No.
019 British Columbia Research Council Grant
020 Pacific North Coast Native Co-operative
Grant re cannery at Port Simpson	
031 Co-operative Overseas Market Develop
ment Program	
032 Western Transportation Advisory Council
034   British Columbia Design Council	
033 Provincial Exhibits, British Columbia
Building 	
038    Steel Feasibility Study	
Total of Vote 37	
720,663
35,000
40,000
480,000
Total, Department of Economic Development.
2,839,608
479,600
1,595,663
$5,000,000
  EDUCATION
L 63
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Estimated,
Vote
1974/75
No.
$
77,408
38
3,962,616
39
654,334
40
801,464
41
7,140,308
42
1,595,080
43
750,000
44
—
45
193,082,000
46
331,500,000
47
13,800,000
48
325,000
49
—
50
10
51
553,688,220
Summary
Minister's Office 	
General Administration	
Provincial Education Media Centre.
Correspondence School	
Publication Services Branch	
Jericho Hill School	
Research and Development
Universities Council	
Post-secondary Education and Training.
Grants to School Districts	
Teachers' Superannuation Fund	
Night School Grants and Training Programs
Salary Contingencies	
Advances re Rural School Taxes.
Total of Department	
Estimates,
1975/76
124,447
6,312,017
1,401,917
990,122
8,582,036
2,330,246
2,307,446
406,000
268,994,000
436,500,000
22,300,000
2,000,000
1,951,759
10
754,200,000
 L 64
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(5)
(1)
(1)
(6)
(3)
(5)
(58)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(3)
(1)
$24,000
17,628
11,232
14,148
67,008
2,500
7,000
900
77,408
39,000
92,000
20,000
9,048
8,160
180,600
23,500
8,424
47,028
20,760
101,898
1,068,414
18,420
15,516
70,512
66,150
26,136
45,972
14,784
10,788
10,404
15,516
33,936
8,724
16,236
13,332
40,060
14,124
10,596
23,376
Vote 38
Salaries:
Minister of Education	
Ministerial Executive Assistant.
Research Adviser .. ..-_	
Secretary
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 2
-(2)
(7)
Expenses:
CodeNo.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
015   Equipment rentals	
$24,000
19,465
24,000
12,430
20,400
7,752
108,047
3,500
10,000
900
2,000
Total of Vote 38
Vote 39
Salaries:
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Executive
Deputy Minister of Education	
Associate Deputy Minister of Education (3)
Research Adviser	
Secretary to Deputy Minister	
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Typist 1	
-(2)
Supervisory
Senior Officer 4	
Senior Officer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3
-(7)
(6)
Administrative
-(7)
-(6)
-(12)
(77)
Senior Officer 2	
Senior Officer 1 	
Assistant, School Board Affairs	
Supervisor of School Construction	
Industrial Education and Home Economics Advisers  (4)
Assistant Directors (4)
Architect 3
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 2	
Research Officer 1	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3	
Audit Accountant 4	
-(4)
-(3)
-(2)
_(1)
-(2)
-(5)
Audit Accountant 3	
Technician 3 (Architect) _.
Technician 2	
Technician 1 (Draughting)
(3)
-(2)
-(2)
46,370
100,460
11,400
21,504
9,912
9,168
8,304
204,230
157,875
10,752
69,336
53,340
236,250
1,612,980
94,848
86,064
74,988
45,048
26,292
21,516
35,424
72,348
To7340
12,900
15,696
48,360
15,384
26,784
26,868
$124,447
 EDUCATION
L 65
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(6)
(5)
(7)
(4)
(1)
(8)
(15)
(4)
30,624
25,276
46,356
33,222
41,862
21,966
7,884
56,556
94,176
5,688
23,590
1,920
325,000
38,632
(177) 2,826,166
70,000
225,000
25,000
17,500
100,000
24,000
20,000
2,500
24,700
2,600
10,350
68,800
65,000
1,000
280,000
100,000
100,000
3,962,616
(2)
(2)
18,000
23,592
20,808
10,044
9,864
8,424
14,268
8,424
7,488
5,610
Vote 39
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Engineering Assistant.
Draughtsman 2
-(2)
Public Information Officer 3
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ..
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1 ..
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(3)
-(4)
-(11)
-(8)
-tt)
-(5)
-(2)
-(H)
-(32)
Special living allowance -
Administrative allowance
Temporary assistance	
-(10)
-(10)
23,052
10,044
14,676
37,836
45,960
109,008
72,780
68,340
38,784
19,608
102,012
269,076
-, 83,268"
77,784
9,048
375,000
47,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
Travelling expense
202
004
005
007
013
015
018
019
022
023
029
030
031
032
035
037
040
Office furniture and equipment.
Board of Reference .
Advertising and publicity
Printing and publications .
Equipment rentals	
Books, periodicals, etc. —
Grants 	
Relocation expense	
Educational supplies ..	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Preparation of revised curriculum	
Preparation of standard school plans
Examinations	
Purchase, preparation and survey of tests .
National Education memberships	
Total of Vote 39 	
(270)  4,578,017
110,000
300,000
50,000
25,000
250,000
36,000
30,000
10,000
26,000
40,000
2,500
15,000
130,000
145,000
1,000
320,000
120,000
123,500
PROVINCIAL EDUCATION MEDIA CENTRE
Vote 40
Salaries:
Senior Officer 1 	
Assistant Director	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 2 .
Photographer 3	
Course Writer	
Photographer 2	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Stockman 4	
Stockman 3	
Stockman 2	
Stockman 1	
-(2)
-(2)
22,080
20,496
19,524
29,184
15,168
13,485
10,752
17,688
8,736
11,412
"~<M08
8,304
6,312,017
	
 L 66
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(7)
(11)
12,744
7,368
10,000
(16)      156,634
6,000
6,000
6,000
20,000
26,200
3,500
30,000
400,000
654,334
21,500
14,784
29,040
121,320
54,792
9,198
7,968
9,048
9,048
49,428
69,510
5,532
7,128
26,040
5,964
5,964
42,000
(51)      488,264
20,500
2,000
2,700
88,000
5,000
10,000
150,000
25,000
10,000
Vote 40
PROVINCIAL EDUCATION MEDIA CENTRE—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Office Equipment Operators (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Temporary assistance	
16,320
10,200
9,660
12,500
(18)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
016
029
033
034
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Printing and publications
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Film service 	
Production expense
Total of Vote 40 _
234,917
7,500
12,000
7,500
30,000
30,000
5,000
50,000
1,025,000
801,464
Vote 41
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
Salaries:
Senior Officer 2	
Registrar 	
Supervisor of Instruction (2)
Instructor, Correspondence School 4 (10)
Instructor, Correspondence School 3 (5)
Instructor, Correspondence School 2	
Instructor, Correspondence School 1	
Stockman 4      _           	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3  __(6)
Clerk 2       _      (12)
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (4)
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1  (3 )
Temporary assistance 	
(51)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment	
013    Printing and publications	
022 Transportation 	
023 Educational supplies	
031 Reading of students' papers	
032 Revision of courses	
034    Production expense  	
Total of Vote 41	
24,290
20,496
40,992
149,448
62,640
12,600
10,884
11,412
12,072
9,912
57,468
104,448
8,952
34,548
8,736
23,724
47,000
639,622
23,000
2,500
2.000
92,000
5,000
11,000
155,000
50,000
10,000
1,401,917
990,122
 EDUCATION
L 67
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
17,628
12,132
10,788
9,684
25,272
14,736
12,324
7,128
5,868
5,208
9,684
9,048
7,128
27,180
48,000
(21)  221,808
12,000
1,000
1,000
3,500
25,000
1,000
75,000
700,000
6,100,000
7,140,308
23,920
19,780
15,960
10,044
(3)
(7)
(2)
25,272
90,060
65,526
15,576
27,072
10,788
10,788
9,240
134,020
60,384
89,110
100,000
109,012
16,530
15,500
10,788
17,844
Vote 42
PUBLICATION SERVICES BRANCH
Salaries:
Senior Officer 1   22,080
Administrative Officer 1  16,368
Clerk 6  13,212
Clerk 5  12,072
Clerk 4 (3) 32,256
Clerk 3  (2) 19,320
Clerk 2  (2) 17,472
Clerk-Stenographer 3  9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 2  8,736
Clerk-Typist 1   7,752
Stockman 5  12,072
Stockman 4  11,412
Stockman 3  10,752
Stockman 2   (4) 35,672
Temporary assistance  110,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
Travelling expense
(21)
202
004
015
016
021
022
024
025
Office furniture and equipment.
Equipment rentals .
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Freight, express, etc.	
Textbooks, etc., for resale	
Textbooks, etc., for free issue	
Total of Vote 42	
338,836
18,000
2,000
1,200
3,000
18,000
1,000
100,000
1,240,000
6,860,000
Vote 43
Salaries:
JERICHO HILL SCHOOL
Superintendent 	
Principal (Blind School)
Principal (Deaf School)
Child Care Counsellor 5
Child Care Counsellor 4
Child Care Counsellor 3
Child Care Counsellor 2
Child Care Counsellor 1 .
Vocational Instructor	
-(3)
-(11)
-(10)
Vocational Instructor 2 (2)
Public Health Nurse 1	
Staff Nurse 2	
Hospital Housekeeper 1	
Teacher 8	
Teacher 7	
Teacher 6	
Teacher 5	
Teacher 4	
Teacher 3	
Audiologist-Psychologist.
Psychologist 1	
Physiotherapist 1 	
Speech Therapist 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
-(8)
-(4)
-(8)
-(9)
-(H)
-(5)
-(2)
(2)
-(9)
27,580
24,200
19,600
13,485
35,055
118,267
105,125
19,200
34,080
12,780
13,485
11,040
162,200
74,600
129,800
133,450
139,750
53,850
16,027
22,800
15,442
13,212
23,136
9,408
77,556
8,582,036
 L 68
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(31)
13,056
11,220
218,940
65,000
(114)    1,185,430
4,000
13,000
750
41,750
2,000
77,000
9,900
7,000
82,000
1,250
100,000
19,250
4,000
8,750
2,500
29,000
7,500
1,595,080
Vote 43
JERICHO HILL SCHOOL—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Engineering Aide 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2)
Clerk-Typist 1  (2)
Sundry employees	
Temporary assistance .
-(34)
10,584
17,676
15,816
319,842
137,000
Expenses:
Code No.
(135)      1,806,046
001
202
004
008
009
010
011
013
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Medical, dental, and health services .
Clothing and uniforms	
Provisions and catering	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Printing and publications	
Equipment and machinery	
Medical supplies .
Pre-school Hearing and Visually Impaired
Program  	
Grants and subsidies
Maintenance of grounds and buildings	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation	
Educational supplies
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 43 	
4,850
19,000
750
49,650
2,600
99,000
11,100
9,500
90,000
1,500
100,000
55,000
6,500
8,750
2,500
33,500
10,000
20,000
Vote 44
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Salaries:
Senior Officer 4   27,600
Senior Officer 1   18,770
Administrative Officer 6  (2) 37,176
Administrative Officer 2   13,788
Administrative Officer 1   13,788
Research Officer 5   21,516
Research Officer 3  (4) 71,868
Research Officer 2 (2) 26,448
Research Officer 1   12,000
Clerk 6  12,072
Clerk 4  9,660
Clerk 3  9,660
Clerk 1   7,584
Clerk-Stenographer 3   8,952
Clerk-Stenographer 2   8,304
Clerk-Typist 2  (2) 16,560
Temporary assistance  25,000
(22) 340,746
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   8,000
202    Travelling expense  50,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  10,500
007    Advertising and publicity  10,000
013 Printing and publications   25,000
014 Rent  25,200
015 Equipment rentals  7,500
2,330,246
 EDUCATION
L 69
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
750,000
750,000
62,720,000
21,340,000
15,940,000
10,000,000
110,000,000
8,000,000
1,000,000
2,000,000
11,000,000
61,000,000
3,500,000
57,500,000
6,500,000
3,000,000
9,500,000
Vote 44
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
Books, periodicals,
Grants 	
018
019
021
030
040
etc.
Research and development	
Incidentals and contingencies
Expenditure 	
5,000
950,000
873,000
2,500
Total of Vote 44
Vote 45
040    Expenditure
UNIVERSITIES COUNCIL
2,307,446
406,000
Vote 46
Code No.
031
032
033
040
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Operating Grants to Universities
(Code 04601)
University of British Columbia
Simon Fraser University	
University of Victoria	
Unallocated	
150,200,000
Capital Grants to Universities
(Code 04602)
Code No.
031 University of British Columbia	
032 Simon Fraser University  f     12,000,000
033 University of Victoria	
Colleges, Technical and Vocational Schools,
and Other Post-secondary Institutions
(Code 04610-44).
Code No.
030   Expenditure     86,000,000
751    Less chargeable  to  Department   of   Labour,    Manpower Development	
  (Credit)      4,000,000
82,000,000
Capital Expenditure and Grants, Technical
and Vocational Schools, and Vocational
Capital Grants to School Districts.
Code No.
031
032
Capital expenditure, and
grants, technical and vocational
9,000,000
Vocational   capital   grants,
school districts        3,000,000
12,000,000
 L 70
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
582,000
582,000
4,500,000
4,500,000
193,082,000
207,000,000
34,500,000
8,000,000
2,000,000
80,000,000
331,500,000
13,800,000
13,800,000
300,000
25,000
325,000
68,000,000
68,000,000
67,999,990
10
$553,688,220
Vote 46
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING—Continued
Fire Protection and Services Grant re University of British Columbia (Code 04655)
Code No.
030    Expenditure         794,000
794,000
Student-aid and Teacher-training Scholarships and Bursaries (Code 04660)
Code No.
(030    Scholarships
(031
Bursaries .
I     12,000,
000
Total of Vote 46 .
268,994,000
Vote 47
GRANTS TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Code No.
019    Operating expense grants  300,000,000
019    Capital debt servicing grants     37,250,000
019    Educational priorities grants .
2,750,000
96,500,000
019 Grants re unemployment insurance	
020 Grants to reduce local school taxation .
Total of Vote 47	
Vote 48
TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION FUND
Code No.
019   Grants re superannuation contributions .
Total of Vote 48 	
436,500,000
22,300,000
22,300,000
Vote 49
NIGHT SCHOOL GRANTS AND TRAINING
PROGRAMS
Code No.
019    Night school grants  500,000
041    Courses for new Canadians       1,500,000
Total of Vote 49	
Vote 50
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
901    Expenditure 	
Vote 51
ADVANCES RE RURAL SCHOOL TAXES
Public Schools Act (RS.B.C. 1960, Chap. 931,
Sec. 197 (10))
Code No.
031    Advances re rural school taxes    90,000,000
401    Less recovery, rural district taxes.-(Credit)    89,999,990
2,000,000
1,951,759
Total of Vote 51.
10
Total, Department of Education .
-$754,200,000
 FINANCE
L 71
Estimated,
1974/75
32,500
458,218
895,292
753,374
3,015,038
944,348
3,695,140
70,000
329,528
58,000
565,000
15,000,000
200,000
125,000
1,800,020
3,000,000
Vote
No.
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Summary
Minister's Office 	
General Administration 	
Controlling and Audit Branch.
Purchasing Commission 	
Taxation Administration 	
Data Processing Branch	
Government Agencies	
Assessment Appeal Board	
Assessment Equalization Act
Courts of Revision	
Incidentals   	
Salary Contingencies and Adjustments (All Departments)
Expense Contingencies (All Departments).
Motor-vehicles and Accessories (All Departments) .
Interest on Trust Funds and Deposits	
Rural Power Subsidy	
Statutory Appropriations	
Estimates,
1975/76
34,710
645,580
1,901,232
970,716
3,555,324
1,539,314
4,032,778
100,000
4,119,076
2,500,000
3,000,000
31,457,010
30,941,458
Total of Department
53,855,740
 L 72
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(2)
$21,500
(1)   21,500
2,500
7,500
1,000
32,500
40,000
31,000
23,892
20,724
18,420
16,968
17,298
13,860
29,568
11,232
21,576
8,292
14,496
26,874
11^66
10,896
9,048
7,884
6,372
6,684
5,688
10,980
(31)      363,218
20,000
15,000
10,000
50,000
458,218
33,000
24,552
39,744
35,256
16,236
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Vote 52
Salaries:
Minister of Finance (paid as Premier)
Ministerial Administrative Assistant _
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
(1)
$23,710
23,710
2,500
7,500
1,000
Total of Vote 52
Vote 53
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Finance .
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Associate Deputy Minister of Finance (2)
Director of Finance Research	
Director of Securities Branch	
Director of Government Agencies .
Assistant Director of Government Agencies .
Economist 4 	
Economist 2	
Administrative Officer 5 _
Administrative Officer 4 .
Administrative Officer 2
Research Officer 2	
Personnel Officer 3     	
Clerk 6	
-(2)
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister.
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2      	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
-(2)
-(3)
-(4)
-(3)
(2)
-(3)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment._
030   Cheque reconciliation expenses
Total of Vote 53	
(37)
45,265
64,035
22,080
21,180
20,724
17,628
42,360
19,584
14,676
14,424
24,936
22,824
28,356
35,616
23,964
15,012
11,400
9,660
10,200
8,736
24,912
8,100
7,908
513,580
26,000
20,000
31,000
55,000
Vote 54
CONTROLLING AND AUDIT BRANCH
Salaries:
Comptroller-General
Deputy Comptroller-General
Senior Officer 3 	
Senior Officer 2	
Senior Officer 1 	
Audit Accountant 7	
Audit Accountant 6	
Administrative Officer 4 	
_(5)
....(3)
41,940
30,900
25,380
115,920
59,616
19,584
$34,710
645,580
 FINANCE
L 73
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(1)
(14)
(1)
(5)
(3)
(4)
(9)
14,784
11,010
59,664
41,700
178,806
56,406
8,886
10,788
21,384
(8)
(12)
(6)
66,990
83,568
35,544
(5)
(4)
9,048
29,868
6,264
22,794
(76)  806,292
40,000
45,000
4,000
895,292
20,652
15,516
27,192
22,692
8,886
14,784
12,576
11,688
43,152
10,044
25,482
5,304
47,142
41,718
29,472
5,778
16,098
8,424
6,900
24,594
50,700
5,448
Vote 54
CONTROLLING AND AUDIT BRANCH—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Audit Accountant 5	
Audit Accountant 4	
Audit Accountant 3	
Audit Accountant 2	
Audit Accountant 1	
Systems Analyst 3	
Systems Analyst 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
...(2)
-(2)
-(4)
_-(3)
-(29)
-(5)
_(2)
-(2)
Clerk 4 (9)
Clerk 3 (21)
Clerk 2 (9)
Clerk 1  (3)
Secretary	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 .....
Coder Supervisor
Coder 	
(3)
(2)
-(8)
35,832
30,336
81,408
56,232
494,856
75,840
12,588
35,832
13,788
26,424
12,072
96,768
202,860
78,624
23,724
11,400
26,856
16,200
8,952
64,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
(121)       1,698,732
77,500
100,000
25,000
Total of Vote 54
Vote 55
Salaries:
Chairman
PURCHASING COMMISSION
(a) Purchasing Commission
Headquarters
Purchasing Agent 4	
Purchasing Agent 3  (2)
Purchasing Agent 2  (2)
Purchasing Agent 1 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2 	
Business Machines Mechanic 4	
Business Machines Mechanic 3 (4)
Business Machines Mechanic 2 (2)
Business Machines Mechanic 1 (3)
Business Machines Technician
Trainee 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
Stockman 1	
-(6)
_(5)
(4)
-(4)
-(9)
.(5)
24,290
18,744
34,132
29,592
13,788
17,916
16,368
11,688
43,152
19,560
25,434
70,452
51,300
35,856
7,752
29,868
10,200
8,736
75,636
40,176
7,908
1,901,232
 L 74
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(3)
(3)
(6)
13,860
12,132
29,334
11,688
32,364
9,684
24,618
(1)
9,048
7,488
6,372
6,792
(2)
11,142
(72)      628,764
26,500
29,600
5,000
6,000
11,000
1,500
45,000
753,364
11,688
9,684
8,424
6,060
7,368
5,364
48,588
1,500
500
700,000
35,000
785,588
785.578
10
753,374
Vote 55
PURCHASING COMMISSION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Purchasing Agent 4	
Purchasing Agent 2	
Purchasing Agent 1 	
Business Machines Technician 4
Business Machines Technician 3
Business Machines Technician 2
Business Machines Technician 1
Business Machines Technician
prentice
Vancouver
-(3)
(3)
Ap-
(2)
Clerk 5  (2)
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
17,064
42,912
13,788
11,688
32,364
10,044
8,886
14,408
22,788
8,952
8,10(1
9,408
8,304
7,752
(76)     809,006
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office
expense
202 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment
007 Advertising for tenders	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories
031 Research and testing	
032 Shop material and equipment ..
31,000
45,000
5,000
7,200
12,000
1,500
60,000
Salaries:
Supervisor of Stores
Stockman 5	
Stockman 3	
Stockman 2	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(b) Langford Warehouse
12,180
12,072
10,488
9,408
9,660
7,752
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense.
Office furniture .
004
016
024
031
Equipment and machinery	
Stores purchases	
Warehouse expense 	
(6)       61,560
1,700
500
5,000
800,000
40,000
908,760
751   Less recoverable from departments  (Credit)     908,750
Total of Vote 55 .
970,706
10
970,716
 FINANCE
L 75
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(26)
(30)
(5)
(9)
(4)
(2)
(3)
(7)
(6)
(2)
(2)
(7)
(2)
(8)
24,552
19,872
16,968
17,628
32,472
14,784
13,068
12,132
32,472
72,204
345,972
311,364
13,596
13,068
210,672
44,040
31,800
56,712
33,432
27,672
54,516
16,680
6,792
7,128
27,072
11.388
19,428
38,802
1,680
(143) 1,527,966
55,000
100,000
125,200
10,000
20,000
1,838,166
23,172
20,724
15,876
13,332
16,236
10,788
24,042
17,628
94,056
10,224
18,396
20,652
27,660
58,026
13,710
47,388
Vote 56
Salaries:
TAXATION ADMINISTRATION
(a) Consumer Taxation Branch
Director 	
Senior Officer 3	
Senior Officer 1 	
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 4 _.
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Audit Accountant 5 	
Audit Accountant 4	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Audit Accountant 2 	
Audit Accountant 1  (2)
Inspector, Consumer Tax 4	
Inspector, Consumer Tax 3	
Inspector, Consumer Tax 2 (17)
Inspector, Consumer Tax 1 (11)
-(2)
-(2)
-(5)
-(24)
(40)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
(3)
 (6)
 (4)
 (4)
 (8)
.. (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
Clerk-Typist 2  (2)
Clerk-Typist 1  (10)
Special living allowance	
28,704
27,042
18,768
21,180
39,168
17,916
16,368
15,168
40,704
92,040
397,728
521,808
20,220
17,064
16,368
253,212
123,060
39,636
72,432
41,400
35,592
66,528
23,280
10,200
8,508
44,316
17,040
78,516
2,064
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
003
202
004
029
Dye for marking petroleum
products 	
Travelling expense
(159) 2,106,030
63,000
Office furniture and equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories
120,000
140,000
10,000
30,000
2,469,030
Salaries:
Surveyor of Taxes
Forester 6	
Forester 4	
Forester 3	
(b) Real Property Taxation Branch
27,600
Administrative Officer 5
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 1
Supervisor of Assessors .
Appraiser 6 	
Appraiser 2	
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 6 	
-(2)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(3)
-(6)
-(5)
-(5)
21,180
19,584
28,056
13,212
35,382
61,488
43,320
41,040
 L 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(5)
(1)
(3)
(4)
(2)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
34,272
"57532
(46)  471,714
64,000
66,200
6,000
7,500
7,500
45,000
667,914
23,172
17,628
12,132
27,138
17,628
43,794
126,390
42,222
9,348
19,368
8,424
26,886
37,644
7,368
6,372
16,830
12,336
5,778
(46)  460,458
15,000
20,000
8,500
5,000
508,958
3,015,038
19,272
16,968
12,576
10,788
13,596
Vote 56
TAXATION ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (3)       27,072
Clerk-Stenographer 1          8,004
Clerk-Typist 1          8,100
(30) 334,038
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   42,000
Travelling expense  5,000
Office furniture and equipment 5,000
Advertising and publicity      	
Motor-vehicles and accessories   	
Appraisal service    	
202
004
007
029
031
(c) Income Taxation Branch
Salaries:
Director   28,704
Senior Officer 2   22.080
Senior Officer 1   18,768
Administrative Officer 5  21,180
Administrative Officer 1   12,888
Appraiser 4  (2) 34,980
Audit Accountant 6     	
Audit Accountant 5 (2) 37,548
Audit Accountant 3  (10) 157,896
Audit Accountant 2 (7) 108,960
Audit Accountant 1  	
Clerk 6   13,212
Clerk 5   12,072
Clerk 4  (2) 20,664
Clerk 3  (3) 27,312
Clerk 1  (7) 53,112
Clerk-Stenographer 3   9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2) 17,008
Clerk-Stenographer 1  (3) 24,108
Clerk-Typist 2   8,100
Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 15,504
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment
033    Valuators' fees 	
Total of Vote 56
(49)     643,756
20,000
22,000
9,500
5,000
Vote 57
Salaries:
Manager 	
Systems Analyst 5 	
Systems Analyst 4 	
Systems Analyst 3 	
Systems Analyst 2 	
Programmer Analyst 6
Programmer Analyst 5
386,038
700,256
3,555,324
DATA PROCESSING BRANCH
-(2)
.(3)
-(2)
23,184
21,180
35,808
47,052
13,788
21,180
32,760
 FINANCE
L 77
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(3)
(6)
(32)
(2)
39,936
65,016
18,546
14,784
12,576
36,966
16,044
14,172
9,048
16,044
43,500
197,814
14,736
11,466
(71)  583,848
6,500
1,500
2,500
320,000
15,000
15,000
944,348
16,236
10,788
14,784
8,724
8,424
21,108
(2)
(2)
11,376
13,806
(12)
105,246
12,132
5,778
(2)
17,910
11,010
360
(1)
11,370
(3)
13,188
8,142
6,492
360
28,182
Vote 57
DATA PROCESSING BRANCH-
Salaries—Continued
Programmer Analyst 4	
Programmer Analyst 3 	
Programmer Analyst 2 	
Data Processing Operator 8
Data Processing Operator 6
Data Processing Operator 4
Data Processing Operator 3
Data Processing Operator 2
Key-punch Operator 5 	
Key-punch Operator 4 	
Key-punch Operator 3 	
Key-punch Operator 2 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(5)
-(H)
-  (2)
-(4)
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
-(6)
-(35)
-(2)
-(4)
-Continued
72,348
147,396
25,008
17,124
15,384
47,808
21,240
19,194
11,724
20,976
57,708
289,872
18,612
32,016
7,752
(90) 999,114
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  9,500
202   Travelling expense  1,700
004    Office furniture and equipment  3,000
015    Rental of data processing equipment  493,000
024    Data processing supplies  18,000
031    Special projects   15,000
Total of Vote 57        1,539,314
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Salaries: Port Alberni Agency
Government Agent 4   19,584
Deputy Government Agent 4   15,168
Appraiser 4    	
Appraiser 1    	
Clerk 5  12,072
Clerk 3 (3) 28,980
Clerk 2  8,304
Clerk-Stenographer 3    9,660
(8)
Ashcroft Agency
Government Agent 1      15,168
Clerk 2          8,508
Government Agent 1	
Special living allowance
(2)
Atlin Agency
     14,676
(1)
Burns Lake Agency
Government Agent 2      16,368
Deputy Government Agent 2     10,752
Clerk 3        9,168
Special living allowance    	
93,768
23,676
14,676
(3)
36,288
 L 78
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(3)
(1)
(3)
(3)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(16)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
13,068
8,160
5,532
26,760
10,044
13,068
8,160
5,532
26,760
12,822
8,424
7,014
28,260
16,236
12,132
15,516
21,864
18,402
8,574
16,848
7,368
6,480
7,884
5,778
11,220
148,302
14,784
14,784
12,132
19,290
9,048
7,608
13,806
12,024
6,060
11,064
(14)       120,600
Vote 53
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Campbell River Agency
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 2	
Deputy Government Agent 2
Clerk 2 	
-(3)
(5)
16,368
10,752
24,912
Cassiar Agency
Government Agent 1  (1)   	
Government Agent 2 	
Deputy Government Agent 2 ...
Clerk 2
Clerk-Typist 1
Chilliwack Agency
.... 16,368
.... 11,724
.._ 8,100
_ 7,908
Government Agent 2 	
Deputy Government Agent 2
Clerk 3   	
(4)
Clinton Agency
16,368
11,064
9,660
(3)
Courtenay Agency
Government Agent 4 	
Deputy Government Agent 4	
Appraiser 4  .	
Appraiser 2	
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4  (2)
Clerk 3  (2)
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1  (2)
(10)
19,584
14,676
11,412
21,504
19,320
9,168
15,816
Government Agent 4
Appraiser 3
Cranbrook Agency
     18,744
Deputy Government Agent 4
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2  	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(4)
(11)
15,168
127672
9,660
9,660
8,100
7,752
32,400
52,032
12,888
44,100
37,092
111,480
113,556
 FINANCE
L 79
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
12,132
8,424
5,868
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Creston Agency
Salaries—Continued
Government A eent 1       ...      ...    _     15.168
Deputy Government Agent 1
10,752
Clerk 2
8,100
Clerk 1 ....
- -      7,428
Dan
Government Agent 4  	
(3)
26,424
(4)
son Creek
     19,584
41,448
16,236
15,516
12,132
12,132
9,684
18,750
15,390
6,792
11,466
5,364
Appraiser 5         	
Appraiser 2
Deputy Government Agent 4
Clerk 5  _.   	
.    13,788
     12,072
(2)
(2)
Appraiser 1      	
Clerk 4      ..
Clerk 3 .                        	
(4)    41,124
(2)
(1)
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2   	
Clerk-Stenographer 1    	
Clerk-Typist 1              	
(3)    24,108
(2)     15,816
8,304
7,908
5,688
3,360
Special living allowance	
2,640
Duni
Government Agent 3	
(14)
132,510
(14)
'an Agency
     17,916
145,344
14,784
14,784
10,788
8,424
8,424
6,582
7,368
6,480
5,610
83,244
Appraiser 3           —    -
. ..    13,212
Appraiser 1      -
Clerk 4                 	
.. ..    10,752
Clerk 3                               	
9,660
Clerk 2               	
8.736
(1)
(9)
Clerk-Stenographer 1 .. -        	
Clerk-Typist 1    (2)    15,684
(7)
Fernie Agency
Government Agent 2         16,368
Deputy Government Agent 2      11,064
Clp.rk 3                                      ....        9.660
75,960
13,068
8,724
7,368
5,610
(1)
Clerk 2	
Fort St.
Government Agent 3
(2)     15,816
(5)
John Agency
     17,064
(4)
34,770
52,908
13,068
10,788
14,874
6,582
6,480
1,440
(1)
Deputy Government Agent 3 —
Clerk 4  	
Clerk 3     	
     11,724
(2)    19,824
...(2)    17,904
Clerk 1                 	
      7,752
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
9,168
(6)
53,232
(8)
83,436
 L 80
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
10,404
6,480
480
(2)
17,364
10,044
120
(1)
10,164
13,068
8,292
7,368
6,372
(4)
35,100
13,068
9,684
7,248
(3)
30,000
14,784
9,198
8,424
5,610
(4)
38,016
12,132
(1)
12,132
(1)
10,044
Vote 58
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 1
Clerk 3 	
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Fort Nelson Agency
13,788
9,168
Special living allowance
Government Agent 1
(2)
Fort St. James Agency
     13,788
Special living allowance
Government Agent 2
Deputy Government Agent 2
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2.  .   .......
Clerk 1
Golden Agency
16,368
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Government Agent 2 	
Deputy Government Agent 2
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
10,488
9,660
7,908
7,908
8,304
(6)
Grand Forks Agency
  16,368
  11,064
  8,952
  7,908
(4)
Ganges (Gulf Islands) Agency
Appraiser 3 	
Government Agent 1
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2	
15,168
8,304
(2)
Invermere Agency
Government Agent 1
Clerk 2	
12,888
7,908
(2)
Houston Agency
Government Agent 1
22,956
13,788
60,636
44,292
23,472
20,796
13,788
 FINANCE
L 81
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(3)
(3)
(2)
16,968
15,516
13,06S
11,910
22,134
8,424
9,684
8,724
22,620
32,382
17,592
13,584
12,534
5,778
(25)
210,918
13,068
9,348
(2)
22,416
16,968
12,132
9,348
8,424
(3)
(1)
17,184
7,368
5,868
5,688
(10)
82,980
11,688
7,608
360
(2)
19,656
14,784
9,684
7,128
6,480
(4)
38,076
13,068
9,516
7,368
(3) 29,952
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 5
Appraiser 5 	
Appraiser 3 	
Kamloops Agency
Deputy Government Agent 5
Appraiser 2 	
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2
-(4)
-(5)
(2)
-(2)
21,180
15,696
12,816
11,724
41,124
45,840
16,608
9,408
17,256
Clerk-Typist 1  (2)    15,504
(20) ~       "~
Kaslo Agency
     16,368
Government Agent 2 	
Deputy Government Agent 2 .
12,072
(2)
Kelowna Agency
Government Agent 5     21,180
Deputy Government Agent 4	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2  (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
(14)
12,888
12,072
10,752
8,736
40,308
9,660
8,100
16,200
Government Agent 1 	
Deputy Government Agent 1
Clerk 2 	
Special living allowance
Government Agent 2
Kitimat Agency
     15,168
      9,660
       7,908
(3)
Lillooet Agency
Deputy Government Agent 2
Clerk 5  '_	
Clerk 3
Clerk-Stenographer 3
14,676
11,064
""£660
8,952
(4)
Government Agent 2	
Deputy Government Agent 2
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Merritt Agency
  16,368
  12,072
  9,660
  8,304
(4)
207,156
28,440
139,896
32,736
44,352
46,404
 L 82
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(2)
(2)
(1)
16,236
15,516
12,132
25,908
10,404
17,610
9,516
15,912
13,494
5,778
5,364
7,488
7,368
5,610
5,868
(19)
174,204
16,236
15,150
(2)
21,798
11,688
9,684
32,578
(1)
5,778
(2)
10,572
(2)
15,372
(1)
6,264
(1)
5,688
21,960
(21)
172,768
16,968
15,516
13,068
(4)
36,636
10,788
9,048
(5)
41,064
14,496
(2)
11,742
12,126
5,688
(1)
5,532
5,610
(23)
198,282
12,132
8,424
(2)
20,556
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 4
Appraiser 5	
Nanaimo Agency
19,584
Deputy Government Agent 4
Appraiser 3 	
Appraiser 2	
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 1	
-(3)
15,168
12,072
10,488
19,320
8,304
22,932
10,200
8,304
(12)
Nelson Agency
Government Agent 4
Appraiser 4	
Appraiser 2
Deputy Government Agent 4
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
-(4)
..(5)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
19,584
15,168
12,072
41,916
39,540
10^200
16,812
_(4)    33,216
Government Agent 5
Appraiser 5
(19)
New Westminster Agency
     21,180
Deputy Government Agent 5
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5  	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
.......(6)
 (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk Stenographer 1 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Switchboard Operator 1
Government Agent 1
-(2)
-(4)
16,368
T3~212
12,072
62,100
18,816
*17,256
8,100
31,008
7,752
(20)
Deputy Government Agent 1
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Oliver Agency
     15,168
     10,752
      7,584
(3)
126,372
188,508
207,864
33,504
 FINANCE
L 83
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(2)
(3)
(3)
(1)
11,688
8,160
12,132
26,658
6,162
5,432
(8)
70,232
10,044
120
(1)
10,164
16,236
15,516
12,132
22,536
9,684
16,848
6,582
7,884
5,868
16,746
(14)       130,032
13,068
8,724
6,480
(3)        28,272
16,968
15,150
11,232
27,750
10,788
9,684
23,154
12,852
5,532
21,792
7,368
5,532
2,520
(20)      170,322
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
100 Mile House Agency
15,696
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 2
Deputy Government Agent 2     11,724
Appraiser 4   	
Appraiser 1   	
Clerk-Stenographer 2     	
Clerk 2      8,100
Government Agent 1 	
Special living allowance
Government Agent 4
Appraiser 5
(3)
Port Hardy Agency
     13,788
(1)
Penticton Agency
Deputy Government Agent 4
Appraiser 2 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3
Clerk 1
(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
19,584
15,168
12,072
21,504
9,408
7,428
8,304
..(3)    24,300
(11)
Powell River Agency
Government Agent 2 	
Deputy Government Agent 2 .
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
16,368
11,412
8,736
7,428
Government Agent 5
Appraiser 4	
(4)
Prince George Agency
     21,180
Deputy Government Agent 5
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
16,368
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Special living allowance
-(5)
-(2)
-(6)
-(4)
11
12
51
17
48
31
728
,072
612
904
,216
008
8.
304
7l60
(22)
35,520
13,788
117,768
43,944
220,552
 L 84
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(2)
16,236
12,132
12,822
9,516
18,570
19,440
5,778
5,286
7,248
6,264
16,584
2,880
(16)
132,756
13,068
9,198
5,610
(3)
27,876
10,044
180
(1)
10,224
15,150
13,332
11,688
8,886
12,132
8,424
15,510
13,062
7,014
5,868
5,964
11,376
1,800
(15)
130,206
13,068
9,684
7,368
6,372
5,610
(5)
42,102
13,068
9,684
(2)
22,752
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 4
Appraiser 3 	
Deputy Government Agent 4
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
Prince Rupert Agency
     19,584
ZZ   13,788
(2)
-(3)
(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1
Special living allowance
Government Agent 2
-(2)
(2)
22,128
9,408
26,856
16,200
7,428
8,952
17,256
15,504
(16)
Princeton Agency
16,368
Deputy Government Agent 2      12,072
Clerk 2      8,304
Government Agent 1
Special living allowance
Government Agent 4
Appraiser 4	
Appraiser 2 	
Appraiser 1 	
(3)
Queen Charlotte City Agency
13,788
(1)
Quesnel Agency
     19,584
Deputy Government Agent 4
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
Special living allowance
Government Agent 2.
13,788
11,724
30,600
8*736
7,428
9,168
17,016
8,508
1,320
(12)
Revelstoke Agency
     16,368
Deputy Government Agent 2     12,072
Clerk 4      9,912
Clerk 2 (2)    17,016
Clerk-Stenographer 3        8,952
Clerk-Stenographer 1   	
Government Agent 2
Deputy Government Agent 2
(6)
Rossland Agency
     16,368
     12,072
(2)~
157,104
36,744
13,788
127,872
64,320
28,440
 FINANCE
L 85
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
14,784
9,684
5,964
(1)
5,364
(4)
35,796
15,876
(1)
13,332
(1)
9,048
12,132
9,048
(2)
15,900
6,582
(1)
5,868
(2)
14,382
10,980
5,040
1,680
(14)
119,868
(1)
10,044
13,068
8,724
6,480
(1)
5,610
720
(4)
34,602
(1)
10,044
16,236
11,688
24,870
5,688
5,532
(7)
64,014
12,132
6,684
240
(2)
19,056
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Salmon Arm Agency
Salaries—Continued
Government Agent 2  17,916
Deputy Government Agent 2  12,072
Clerk 2  8,736
Clerk 1 (2) 15,336
Clerk-Stenographer 2   8,304
(6) 62,364
Smithers Agency
Government Agent 4  19,584
Appraiser 3     	
Appraiser 1     	
Deputy Government Agent 4  15,168
Clerk 5  12,072
Clerk 4 ( 3) 31,464
Clerk 3  8,736
Clerk 2 (2) 15,816
Clerk-Stenographer 3   8,952
Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 15,816
Switchboard Operator 1   7,584
Special living allowance   	
(13) 135,192
Stewart Agency
Government Agent 1 (1) 13,788
Terrace Agency
Government Agent 2  16,368
Deputy Government Agent 2  10,752
Clerk 3  9,168
Clerk 2 (2) 16,416
Special living allowance     	
(5) 52,704
Ucluelet Agency
Government Agent 1 (1) 15,168
Vancouver Agency
Government Agent 4  19,584
Deputy Government Agent 4  15,168
Clerk 4 (3) 32,256
Clerk 2  8,304
Clerk 1  (2) 15,336
Clerk-Typist 1    	
(8) 90,648
Vanderhoof Agency
Government Agent 1      15,168
Clerk-Stenographer 2       9,168
Special living allowance   	
(2) 24,336
 L 86
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(2)
(4)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(6)
16,236
15,516
12,132
23,364
17,610
9,684
30,408
13,848
11,666
5,040
14,382
6,372
5,532
(21)  181,790
15,516
24,264
9,132
5,868
7,884
62,664
16,236
10,788
(1)
7,368
6,582
5,778
6,792
11,376
5,532
1,080
(9)
71,532
750
(378)
3,361,340
100,000
125,800
30,000
30,000
40,000
8,000
3,695,140
Vote 58
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES—Continued
Vernon Agency
Salaries-—Continued
Government Agent 4      19,584
Appraiser 5
Deputy Government Agent 4
Appraiser 2 	
Appraiser 1 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1
-(5)
-(4)
_(1)
Clerk-Stenographer 3_
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
_(1)
_(2)
15,168
12,072
51,612
38,640
8,100
7,428
9,660
16,608
8,100
(18)
Victoria Assessor
Appraiser 4
Appraiser 2
Appraiser 1
Clerk 2
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Williams Lake Agency
Government Agent 4 	
Deputy Government Agent 4	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3  	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(2)
(2)
Special living allowance
19,584
14,676
8,304
10,200
18,144
7,908
15,168
8,952
10,752
16,608
7,908
1,200
Sundry allowances
(14)
Sundry Suboffices
(354)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
002
004
029
030
031
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Moving expenses on transfer	
Office furniture and equipment.
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
Incidentals and contingencies ...
Isolation allowance .	
Total of Vote 58 .
186,972
139,404
750
3,774,778
84,000
50,000
30,000
40,000
10,000
8,000
36,000
4,032,778
 FINANCE
L 87
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(9)
(2)
1,000
65,750
250
3,000
70,000
23,052
19,272
19,272
16,236
138,204
7,746
9,684
6,582
12,024
7,884
6,372
(20)  266,328
12,000
35,200
1,500
1,000
5,000
1,500
7,000
329,528
55,000
3,000
58,000
300,000
165,000
100,000
565,000
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
Vote 59
ASSESSMENT APPEAL BOARD
Code No.
001    Office expense   1,500
Members' fees and expenses  93,000
Court costs  500
Secretarial services   5,000
005
030
031
Total of Vote 59
100,000
Salaries:
Commissioner 	
Senior Improvement Valuator
Senior Land Valuator	
Administrative Officer 4	
Appraiser 6	
Draughtsman 2 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
ASSESSMENT EQUALIZATION ACT
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
005 Assessment Advisory Committee (per
diem allowances and travelling expenses) .	
013    Development and distribution of manual
031    Assessors Training-school 	
033    Payment to municipalities for completion
of Form A.C. 3	
COURTS OF REVISION
Code No.
005    Members' fees and expenses	
007   Advertising and publicity	
Vote 60
Salaries:
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
INCIDENTALS
013    Printing and publications 	
030 Incidentals and contingencies
031 Salary contingencies	
Total of Vote 60	
450,000
200,000
115,000
3,354,076
4,119,076
SALARY CONTINGENCIES AND ADJUSTMENTS
(ALL DEPARTMENTS)
Code No.
901   Salary contingencies      	
900   Salary adjustments 	
 L 88
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
200,000
125,000
12,425,000
63,000
1,800,000
14,288,000
12,487,980
1,800,020
3,000,000
$30,941,458
EXPENSE CONTINGENCIES
(ALL DEPARTMENTS)
Code No.
030   Other expenses 	
MOTOR-VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES
(ALL DEPARTMENTS)
Code No.
029    Expenditure 	
Assembly Superannuation Fund
Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits
I" 041    Interest on Suitors' Fund Deposits 1
-I 042   Interest on Official Guardian Deposits .. \
[ 043    Interest on Official Committee Deposits J
13,575,000
65,000
2,500,000
401    Less receipts from investments
Total of Vote 61 	
16,140,000
.(Credit)    13,640,000
Vote 62
Code No.
019    Power subsidy
RURAL POWER SUBSIDY
Vote 63
STATUTORY APPROPRIATIONS
500,000
(a) Real Property Tax Deferment Act (sec. 19)
(b) Assessment Authority of British Columbia Act
(sec. 16)—
Capital grant   1,500,000
Operating grant     4,200,000
(c) Municipal Act (sec. 23) 	
(d) Cemetery Companies Act (sec. 10) 	
(e) Unclaimed Money Deposits Act (sec. 5)	
(/)   Advances under various statutes, net of repayments 	
(g)  School Tax Removal Act	
Total of Vote 63 	
5,700,000
250,000
3,500
3,500
10
25,000,000
Vote 61
INTEREST ON TRUST FUNDS AND DEPOSITS
Code No.
031    Interest on Public Service Superannuation
Fund 	
033    Interest on Members  of the Legislative
2,500,000
3,000,000
Total, Department of Finance
31,457,010
$53,855,740
 HEALTH L 89
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Summary
Estimated, Vote Estimates,
1974/75 No. 1975/76
$ $
82,898 64   Minister's Office  96,345
— 65    Office of Consultant to the Minister  61,455
— 66   Health Advisory Council   140,000
494,656 67   Accounting Division  840,714
Public Health Services:
1,788,808 68       General Services   2,595,094
381,664 69       Home Dialysis Service  804,218
214,368 70       Division of Occupational Health  512,708
898,992 71        Division for Aid to Handicapped  1,363,322
350,000 72        Development of Alternative Care Facilities  350,000
15,000 73        Hearing-aid Regulation Act   15,000
800,000 74       Grants for Health Agencies  2,600,000
125,000 75       Community Health Services Development  391,900
12,414,213 76       Local Health Services   21,931,994
1,209,083 77       Division of Laboratories  1,861,270
867,908 78        Division of Vital Statistics  1,208,660
303,913 79       Division of Venereal Disease Control  462,712
1,025,449 80       Division of Tuberculosis Control  1,220,985
3,747,795 81       Division of In-patient Care  4,942,640
105,000,000 82       Medical Services Plan  123,000,000
125,000 83        Action British Columbia  275,000
75,000 84       Training in the Expanded Role of Nurses  75,000
— 85       Emergency Health Services  11,000,000
— 86       Salary Contingencies   4,771,513
129,919,747 180,520,530
Mental Health Services:
4,130,828      87       General Administration   7,489,327
572,040      88       Division of Nursing Education  380,348
3,650,227      89        Community Services   4,375,734
32,665,148      90        In-patient Care   41,585,681
—              91        Salary Contingencies   13,485,188
41,018,243 67,316,278
Hospital Insurance Services:
358,268,752      92        Hospital Insurance Service  464,163,192
529,206,742 Total of Department   712,000,000
 L 90
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
$24,000
11,232
17,628
7,746
6,792
(5)   67,398
4,500
10,000
1,000
82,898
23,496
18,420
10,224
14,784
(2)
(1)
(2)
(5)
(14)
(1)
24,264
""137596
11,232
19,644
56,676
41,046
104,988
81,498
5,448
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
Vote 64
Salaries:
Minister of Health
Secretary
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Ministerial Executive Assistant
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
$24,000
12,430
19,465
10,200
8,844
8,406
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense 	
004   Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 64	
(6)
83,345
4,500
7,500
1,000
Vote 65
OFFICE OF CONSULTANT TO THE MINISTER
Salaries:
Consultant   43,055
Secretary    11,400
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense 	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 65	
(2)
54,455
1,500
3,500
2,000
Vote 66
Expenses:
Code No.
030    Expenditure
Vote 67
HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL
ACCOUNTING DIVISION
(For Departments of Health, Human Resources,
and Provincial Secretary)
Salaries:
Departmental Comptroller  30,250
Economist 2      	
Research Officer 3 .
Research Officer 2
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Audit Accountant 4	
Audit Accountant 3	
Audit Accountant 2	
Clerk 6	
-(2)
-(2)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(3)
-(6)
-(8)
(15)
-(19)
-(4)
16,068
13,224
19,584
32,064
15,168
17,064
28,932
12,888
38,484
69,060
84,360
139,320
157,776
30,336
$96,345
61,455
140,000
 HEALTH
L 91
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(1)
(2)
7,608
7,368
12,444
11,220
10,700
(57)      474,656
10,000
7,000
3,000
494,656
37,000
25,284
33,000
33,000
27,498
31,740
23,496
20,724
68,460
18,498
16,968
14,784
14,124
46,926
12,576
16,236
16,968
24,828
10,788
16,236
14,784
27,192
14,124
16,968
10,788
10,596
9,864
19,836
9,684
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 67
ACCOUNTING DIVISION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Temporary assistance	
-(2)
-(3)
-(4)
Expenses:
Code No.
001   Office expense _	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 67	
(76)
Vote 68
Salaries:
Headquarters
Deputy Minister of Health .
Senior Officer 4
Deputy Provincial Health Officer .
Director of Epidemiology
Director of Preventive Dentistry
Dental Officer 4	
Medical Officer 3 	
Director, of Public Health Engineering	
Engineer 6	
Engineer 4  (4)
Director of Public Health Nursing	
Director of Speech and Hearing .
Speech Therapist 3
Director of Public Health Education
Consultant, Public Health Nursing ..
Nutritionist 4 	
-(2)
-(4)
Pharmaceutical Consultant, Emergency	
Health Services
Social Worker 5	
Social Worker 3	
Social Worker 2	
Public Health Inspector 5 .
Public Health Inspector 4 .
Public Health Inspector 3
Dental Hygienist 3	
Technician 1	
(2)
-(2)
Laboratory Technician 2 .
Engineer Aide 3	
Research Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 2	
-(3)
Public Information Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 1
Dietitian 2	
Nutritionist 3 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
-(2)
-(2)
10,200
18,720
26,208
31,008
20,000
810,714
15,000
10,000
5,000
GENERAL SERVICES
40,848
34,250
36,432
36,432
34,224
29,808
36,432
30,250
22,884
76,392
24,250
24,250
26,916
20,700
86,760
19,800
16,968
26,172
19,320
17,580
32,352
12,132
11,688
14,304
12,564
50,736
22,500
28,000
14,676
15,168
10,848
T2~920
12,630
12,072
840,714
 L 92
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
14,268
(1)
5,688
	
(5)
41,454
(2)
14,496
(7)
48,396
6,900
(5)
35,052
1,000
33,000
16,236
13,332
12,822
19,272
9.684
5,994
9,048
7.248
7,884
7,368
6.792
5,364
8,640
9,060
8,760
(5)
40,500
6,480
5,600
(82)
1,043,308
41,500
85,100
31,000
270,000
45,000
3,900
18,000
1,000
250,000
1,788,808
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 68
GENERAL SERVICES—Continued
Health Services—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
(2)
Supervisor of Stores 1 	
Photographic Technician 4
Photographic Technician 3
Stockman 4 	
Stockman 3 	
Stockman 2 	
-(4)
-(2)
-(4)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2
-(4)
-(6)
Temporary assistance
-(H)
Vancouver Office
Assistant Provincial Health Officer
Medical Officer 3 	
Consultant, Public Health Nursing
Personnel Officer 2	
Research Officer 3
Administrative Officer 5
Physiotherapist 3 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 2 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Driver 	
Building Maintenance Man
Building Service Worker 3 .
Building Service Worker 2 .
Building Service Worker 1 .
Cleaning Assistant 	
Switchboard Operator 2	
Temporary assistance 	
-(4)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202
004
013
016
020
029
030
032
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Health education
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Staff training	
Total of Vote 68
19,716
9,660
32,808
14,676
12,564
20,736
11,412
41,904
9,408
40,386
56,448
~96;696
18,000
36,432
31,836
22,680
14,000
2i7l80
14,424
12,072
8,736
11,400
10,752
10,200
8,940
9,660
8,304
7,830
8,640
9,060
10,560
39,600
8,580
8,736
6,700
(109)  1,637,394
54,900
125,000
70,700
400,000
26,500
14,600
14,500
1,500
250,000
2,595,094
 HEALTH
L 93
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(3)
11,596
8,424
8,880
6,264
(4)        35,164
2,000
5,500
330,000
9,000
381,664
33,000
24,996
11,460
16,236
39,204
11,688
20,136
8,424
6,792
18,432
(15)       190,368
1,000
7,000
2,000
14,000
214,368
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 69
HOME DIALYSIS SERVICE
Salaries:
Public Health Nurse 1	
Nurse 1  (3)
Licensed Practical Nurse 	
Engineering Assistant 	
Stockman 4	
Stockman 3 	
Stockman 2	
Driver, Truck/Bus
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Temporary assistance
15,510
36,720
9,240
11,208
11,412
10,752
10,200
8,880
9,288
7,908
24,000
Expenses:
Code No
001
202   Travel expense
004    ~~      "      "
016
017
022
029
030
038
(12)
Office expense	
Travel expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Medical equipment 	
Medical supplies
ivic-uiwcii.  aujjpuca  .
Patient training and transportation
Motor-vehicle and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Purchased services 	
155,118
2,000
20,000
3,100
179,000
400,000
20,000
9,000
1,000
15,000
Total of Vote 69 .
Vote 70
DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL
Salaries:
Director of Occupational Health	
Medical Officer 3  (2)
Medical Officer 2	
Research Officer 4 (Physicist) 	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2 	
Public Health Nurse Supervisor	
Public Health Nurse 2 (3)
Technical Adviser, Radiological Services	
Technician, Radiation Inspection (3)
Clerk 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Typist 2  (4)
Temporary assistance 	
(20)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travel expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
008 Research services	
016 Professional and technical equipment	
017 Laboratory and medical supplies	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Employee Fitness Program	
Total of Vote 70	
HEALTH
36,432
63,672
207496
18,600
13,224
17,700
54,360
14,052
39,204
10,752
9,534
34,032
3,000
335,058
2,000
21,300
10,000
9,500
61,100
1,250
22,000
500
50,000
804,218
512,708
 L 94
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(1)
(5)
15,516
105,612
20,580
9,348
7,248
6,372
31,050
5,778
5,688
5,500
(21)  212,692
3,200
21,600
11,000
100,000
37,500
152,000
350,000
10,500
500
898,992
350,000
15,000
800,000
125,000
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 71
Salaries:
Director
-(8)
-(4)
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Temporary assistance.
Living allowance 	
DIVISION FOR AID TO HANDICAPPED
23,520
101,304
41,372
8,886
10,056
36,240
34,488
8,304
7,752
17,400
1,000
Rehabilitation Consultant
Rehabilitation Officer 2	
Rehabilitation Officer 1	
Clerk 4 	
-(4)
-(4)
(25)
Expenses
Code No.
001
202
004
008
017
019
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Medical and assessment services
Medical supplies
023
029
030
Grants to Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies 	
Vocational training of disabled persons _.
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
General expenses	
290,322
6,000
27,000
9,500
175,000
60,000
250,000
525,000
10,500
10,000
Total of Vote 71
1,363,322
Vote 72
DEVELOPMENT OF ALTERNATIVE-CARE FACILITIES
Code No.
030    Expenditure 	
350,000
Vote 73
HEARING-AID REGULATION ACT
Code No.
019    Expenditure	
15,000
Vote 74
GRANTS FOR HEALTH AGENCIES
Code No.
019   Expenditure	
2,600,000
Vote 75
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES DEVELOPMENT
Code No.
030   Expenditure 	
391,900
 HEALTH
L 95
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(18)
(4)
(4)
(18)
(17)
(300)
(12)
(18)
(39)
(23)
(6)
(12)
(2)
(1)
(7)
(11)
(6)
(52)
(21)
(9)
551,352
101,250
24,552
95,568
62,064
15,876
264,858
13,068
216,279
3,335,994
106,794
243,162
453,774
211,308
68,772
115,778
18,882
12,132
65,292
71,688
34,578
28.080
58,836
132,210
326,772
47,520
15,012
36,372
137,454
53,334
33,102
20,000
790,000
(637) 7,761,713
156,500
658,600
140,000
29,000
44,000
153,400
447,000
2,135,000
385,000
9,000
50,000
300,000
145,000
Vote 76
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
LOCAL HEALTH SERVICES
(Preventive and Community Health Services, $14,659,930;
Home Care Program, $6,231,414;
Dental Care Program, $940,750)
Salaries:
Medical Officer 3
Medical Officer 2
Dental Officer 4 ...
Dental Officer 3 ...
Dental Officer 2 ...
Engineer 4
.(17)
-(5)
-(5)
Public Health Nursing Consultant
Public Health Nursing Supervisor _.
Physiotherapist 3 	
Public Health Nurse 2	
Public Health Nurse 1	
Nurse 2	
-(5)
-(17)
582,000
126,936
133,560
21,276
89,640
"3487840
'652,080
4,727,700
473,040
274,992
507,564
443,664
213,774
90,114
60,444
80,340
23,376
91,002
98,730
103,674
36,210
75,264
193,200
604,068
64,512
18,336
48,300
223,500
104,832
48,600
63,264
80,000
Temporary assistance, including home care      2,220,000
Physiotherapist 2  (11) 117,612
(781)     13,040,444
Expenses:
Code No.
Public Health Inspector 3 	
Public Health Inspector 2	
Public Health Inspector 1 	
Speech Therapist 2	
Speech Therapist 1	
Nutritionist 2 	
Research Officer 3	
Dental Hygienist 2	
Dental Hygienist 1 	
Dental Ass'stant 2 	
Dental Assistant 1 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
Speech and Hearing Aide
Allowances, etc.
-(38)
.(309)
-(36)
-(17)
.-(35)
-(36)
-(19)
—(9)
—(6)
—(5)
—(2)
-(10)
-(15)
-(18)
— (3)
—(7)
...(20)
-(71)
.1.(6)
—(2)
-(5)
-(25)
-(12)
-.(6)
.....(8)
001
202
045
004
008
009
016
017
019
029
030
031
034
038
041
043
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Operation   and   maintenance   of   motor-
vehicles 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Medical services, etc.	
Uniform allowances	
Equipment and machinery
Medical supplies	
Grants and subsidies
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Incidentals and contingencies _
Transfers and training	
Preventive Dental Program	
Purchased services 	
12.414.213
Hearing-aid and equipment
Educational supplies, etc. _
Total of Vote 76	
196,000
405,000
435,700
140,000
15,000
~T07|000
644,000
5,240,000
491,750
6,000
90,000
330,000
150,000
600,000
41,100
21,931,994
 L 96
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(13)
(2)
(27)
(2)
(4)
(18)
(2)
(2)
(8)
33,000
31,740
16,236
98,868
13,068
146,346
18,402
22,464
241,590
15,630
8,424
77368
6,480
7,248
13,062
23,520
112,320
17,160
8,520
22,000
(88)  863,446
49,700
3,100
4,000
10,092
72,500
156,500
42,000
7,745
1,209,083
19,872
17,628
16,968
15,516
23,376
12,132
10,788
29,052
56,526
57,432
36,576
5,364
9,684
6,684
11,592
7,368
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 77
Salaries:
Director 	
Medical Officer 3 	
Medical Microbiologist ._
Laboratory Scientist 6	
Laboratory Scientist 4	
Laboratory Scientist 3 	
Laboratory Scientist 2	
Laboratory Scientist 1	
Laboratory Technician 4
Laboratory Technician 2
Laboratory Technician 1
Laboratory Assistant 2	
Stockman 3	
Stockman 2	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
DIVISION OF LABORATORIES
-(7)
-(4)
-(10)
-(3)
-(2)
-(17)
-(20)
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Laboratory Aide .
Building Maintenance Worker
Building Service Worker 1	
Animal Attendant	
Temporary assistance	
-(2)
-(5)
-(26)
36,432
35,040
30,912
22,500
143,472
69,336
153,000
36,000
27,096
203,388
214,080
30,492
10,752
9,408
9,660
8,736
10,200
18,336
41,010
232,440
9,060
9,900
10,320
72,800
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
011
016
017
019
021
029
Office expense	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Laundry and dry-goods	
Equipment and machinery	
Medical laboratory supplies	
Grants and subsidies	
Mainenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
(111)       1,444,370
40,000
3,200
4,000
11,100
82,300
163,500
100,000
7,800
5,000
Total of Vote 77
Vote 78
Salaries:
Director
DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS
Headquarters
Assistant Director	
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 2	
Administrative Office 2
Clerk 6 	
-(3)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(3)
-(7)
-(H)
-(6)
Medical Coder
Senior Coder ..
Coder 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
-(2)
27,000
22,380
21,516
20,496
44,484
16,368
13,212
36,216
75,264
104,874
52,416
7,668
13,740
8,940
16,608
9,660
1,861,270
 HEALTH
L 97
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(9)
(8)
(5)
(4)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(5)
(7)
(21)
7
13,272
56,346
44,064
8,424
11,232
9,048
8,160
13,800
32,394
5,532
6,372
5,610
5,364
16,968
15,516
9,864
10,788
9,684
16,716
21,318
23,664
6,060
5,688
6,372
26,994
1,800
(93)      727,608
41,000
3,800
11,400
5,500
51,100
20,500
7,000
867,908
33,000
10,000
11,688
11,010
21,234
51,606
10,044
7,368
43,692
7,746
6,000
213,388
Vote 78
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
DIVISION OF VITAL STATISTICS—Continued
Headquarters—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
Stockman 3	
Data Processing Operator 5 .
Data Processing Operator 3
Key-punch Operator 4	
Key-punch Operator 3	
Key-punch Operator 2	
Key-punch Operator 1	
Microfilm Operator 2	
Microfilm Operator 1	
Temporary assistance	
  8,622
-(10) 87,360
-(10) 80,040
  10,752
  13,740
  11,412
  10,488
_(2) 19,320
...(6) 53,640
Vancouver Office
8,940
8,406
10,800
Research Officer 5
Research Officer 4
Research Officer 2
Clerk 6	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
  21,516
  20,496
  14,340
  13,212
  12,072
.(2) 21,504
.(3) 28,980
Clerk-Stenographer 2 _
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
Temporary assistance
.(2) 17,016
  8,940
.(9) 71,172
  4,300
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
015
033
031
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment.
Printing and publications	
Equipment rental
District Registrars' commissions, etc.	
Consultants re Registry for Handicapped
Children and Adults 	
(99)      1,047,910
58,700
5,000
10,750
6,500
51,100
20,500
8,200
Total of Vote 78
Vote 79
1,208,660
DIVISION OF VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL
Salaries:
Director 	
Medical Officer 2 	
Research Officer 3 	
Public Health Nurse 2
Public Health Nurse 1
Nurse 2	
Epidemiology Worker 3
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
.(10)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Temporary assistance
-(9)
(26)
36,432
27,600
16,068
16,440
148,800
10,788
9,660
78,624
10,200
12,000
366,612
 L 98
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(71)
4,000
9,600
2,525
20,000
1,800
35,000
10,500
300
6,800
303,913
23,100
763,649
(72)  786,749
25,000
30,600
4,000
50,000
3,200
7,500
100,000
200
12,000
2,400
1,200
2,600
1,025,449
(1)        33,000
(442) 4,084,410
(443) 4,117,410
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 79
DIVISION OF VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   4,000
202    Travelling expense  6,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  5,000
008    Medical services   10,000
011    Laundry and dry-goods  1,800
013    Health education   20,000
017    Medical supplies   35,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   4,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies   300
031 Rural treatment and consultative services 10,000
Total of Vote 79
Vote 80
Salaries:
Director 	
Other employees
DIVISION OF TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL
Divisional Headquarters (Code 08001)
Willow Chest Centre (Code 08002)
Victoria and Island Chest Centre (Code 08003)
New Westminster Clinic (Code 08004)
Travelling Clinics (Code 08005)
Expenses:
Code No.
-d)
-(69)
(70)
001
202
004
008
011
016
017
018
021
022
030
032
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Medical services 	
Laundry and dry-goods	
Hospital equipment
Medical supplies and equipment
Library and teaching supplies
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Housekeeping	
25,500
920,485
945,985
20,000
30,600
14,000
85,000
3,200
14,500
90,000
200
12,000
1,400
1,500
2,600
Total of Vote 80
Vote 81
DIVISION OF IN-PATIENT CARE
Willow Chest Centre (Code 08101)
Pearson Unit (Code 08102)
Salaries:
Director (Medical Officer)  (1) 36,432
Other employees (442)      4,813,776
462,712
1,220,985
(443)      4,850,208
 HEALTH
L 99
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
15,000
7,000
5,000
21,000
1,000
300,000
130,000
21,500
140,000
175,000
1,400
6,000
15,000
6,000
3,500
2,900
1,500
31,000
30,000
5,000
5,035,210
1,287,415
3,747,795
105,000,000
125,000
75,000
$129,919,747
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 81
DIVISION OF IN-PATIENT CAKE—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  18,000
202   Travelling expense  8,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  10,000
008 Medical services  32,000
009 Patients' clothing   1,000
010 Dietary and equipment  400,000
011 Laundry and dry-goods  110,000
012 Patients' comfort allowances  25,000
016 Hospital furnishings and equipment  135,000
017 Medical supplies and equipment  210,000
018 Library and teaching supplies  1,400
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds  7,000
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment 15,000
025    Occupational therapy   6,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   4,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  2,900
031 Burials   1,500
032 Housekeeping  50,000
034   Other hospitalization  30,000
041    Contingencies   5,000
751    Less chargeable to Vote 92—Hospital Insurance Services (Credit)
Total of Vote 81 	
5,922,008
968,580
Vote 82
Code No.
030    Expenditure
Vote 83
Code No.
030    Expenditure
MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN
ACTION BRITISH COLUMBIA
4,942,640
123,000,000
275,000
Vote 84
TRAINING IN THE EXPANDED ROLE OF NURSES
Code No.
030    Expenditure 	
Vote 85
EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES
Code No.
03 5   Expenditure 	
75,000
Vote 86
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
11,000,000
4,771,513
Subtotal, Public Health Services $180,520,530
 L 100
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(6)
(4)
(1)
(3)
$36,000
25,284
20,724
59,616
33,000
26,280
33,000
26,280
26,280
22,308
16,968
14,124
19,272
14,784
18,420
15,516
14,784
14,124
10,788
9,084
7,884
44,208
25,920
6,060
12,132
9,684
8,424
22,104
19,440
6,060
11,688
139,272
15,516
7,368
9,048
7,884
12,000
Vote 87
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH—Continued
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Victoria
Salaries:
Deputy Minister	
Senior Officer 4	
Senior Officer 2	
Senior Officer 1 (3)
Co-ordinator of Adult Psychiatry	
Co-ordinator of Child Psychiatry	
Medical Officer 3 (2)
Director of Education and Research	
Director of Statistics and Planning	
Consultant in Psychology	
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 7	
Administrative Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 6	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3	
Management Analyst 3 	
Public Information Officer 3	
Safety Officer 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (3)
Clerk-Typist 1  (4)
Accounting Division
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2
-(3)
-(4)
Central Stores
Supervisor of Stores	
Store  employees,   including  Stockmen,   Meat-
cutters, etc. (15)
Central Pharmacy
Pharmacist
Clerk 3 	
Stockman 4
Stockman 2
Temporary assistance .
$40,848
29,808
24,288
66,240
72,864
24,624
16,968
14,124
14,784
21,936
18,732
15,516
14,784
14,124
12,576
13,212
10,080
7,980
11,400
9,804
17,640
22,824
29,808
12,132
10,644
10,344
27,864
31,920
7,608
11,688
169,911
17,124
9,288
11,412
10,200
25,000
(64)  821,328
(63)   880,099
 HEALTH
L 101
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
17,500
45,000
5,000
12,000
7,000
30,000
1,500
3,500
300,000
3,000
2,435,000
400,000
50,000
4,130,828
(33)
228,540
10,500
300,000
(33)  539,040
500
500
1,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
1,000
15,000
572,040
(210) 2,963,927
36,850
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
Vote 87
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  20,000
202   Travelling expense  60,000
004   Office furniture and equipment   5,000
012 Grant to trustees of Patients'  Comfort
Fund   12,000
013 Printing and publications  10,000
019    Grant to University of British Columbia
for research  30,000
027   Audio-Visual   1,500
030   General expense   3,500
034   Mental health care and training grants .... 300,000
036   Stores equipment   5,000
040   Development of new programs  4,777,228
042 Assistance for retarded  	
043 Training programs   50,000
044 Grant to CMHA for patients' workshops _ 25,000
045 Forensic services  1,300,000
046 Insurance for motor-vehicles   10,000
Total of Vote 87     $7,489,327
Vote 88
DIVISION OF NURSING EDUCATION
Salaries:
Division of Nursing Education employees (25) 178,248
Temporary assistance   12,600
Bursaries (100 student nurses at $250 per
month)   	
25 Community Psychiatric Nurses (4 months
at $350 per month) 	
Expenses:
Code No.
(25)
001
202
008
010
011
024
027
030
031
034
Office expense 	
Travelling expense
Medical care	
Dietary 	
Laundry 	
General supplies	
Audio-Visual  	
General expense
Affiliate and postgraduate training	
Bursaries—BCIT Psychiatric nursing students 	
35,000
225,848
1,500
5,000
500
4,000
4,000
4,000
5,000
500
10,000
120,000
Total of Vote 88
380,348
Vote 89
COMMUNITY SERVICES
Various Mental Health Centres and Services
Salaries:
Directors, mental health centres and other employees (including Physicians, Psychologists,
Social Workers, Therapists, Nurses, Stenographers, etc.) . (210)
Temporary assistance
3,680,586
22,998
(210)   3,000,777
(210)      3,703,584
 L 102
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
29,000
124,500
25,500
226,000
19,600
1,500
56,600
10,000
9,050
23,500
74,200
50,000
3,650,227
(3,010) 21,945,948
2,750,000
(3,010) 24,695,948
120,000
80,000
50,000
1,537,000
3,380,000
490,000
124,700
7,000
58,000
35,000
1,722,500
65,000
35,000
27,500
100,000
125,000
12,500
32,665,148
Vote 89
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
008
021
022
024
025
028
029
030
040
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES—Continued
COMMUNITY SERVICES—Continued
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Medical care .
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Transportation 	
General supplies
Occupational and recreational therapy
Patient education	
Motor-vehicle and accessories
General expense
Expansion of community services
Total of Vote 89	
35,000
150,000
40,000
275,000
24,000
500
30,400
10,000
10,000
30,150
17,100
50,000
4,375,734
Vote 90
IN-PATIENT CARE
Riverview Hospital (Code 09001)
Valleyview Hospital (Code 09002)
Dellview Hospital (Code 09003)
British Columbia Youth Development Centre (Code 09004)
Burnaby Psychiatric Services (Code 09005)
Institution Stores (Code 09006)
Salaries:
Hospital employees (including Administration,
Physicians, Psychologist, Social Workers,
Pharmacists, Therapists, Teachers, Technicians,  Nurses, Dietitians,  Tradesmen,  etc.)
 (2,916)    33,899,180
Temporary assistance       1,824,501
(2,916)     35,723,681
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   80,000
202    Travelling expense  102,500
006   Office furniture and equipment  40,000
008    Medical care  1,100,000
010 Dietary  2,500,000
011 Laundry   225,000
012 Gratuities to patients  95,000
018    Patients' library  5,000
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment.. 61,500
022 Transportation  46,500
024 General supplies       1,300,000
025 Occupational and recreational therapy — 45,000
027 Audio-Visual  33,000
028 Patients' education  18,500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  73.000
030 General expense  132,000
033    Burials  5,000
Total of Vote 90     41,585,681
Vote 91
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
13,485,188
$41,018,243
Subtotal, Mental Health Services  $67,316,278
 HEALTH
L 103
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(11)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(10)
(15)
(1)
(2)
$37,000
26,928
118,250
23,000
23,000
23,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
16,236
19,872
15,516
27,246
52,644
135,108
20,000
15,516
9,516
44,362
(6)
(15)
(9)
(4)
(10)
(17)
16.236
26,946
15,516
27,192
15,516
13,068
56,220
150,156
176,916
16,968
68,460
13,860
18.420
12,822
20,694
10,404
10,404
72,756
60,660
9,048
38,400
47.808
107,910
55,608
41,868
9,048
30,336
70,758
103,872
5,364
8,160
36,252
9,348
10,404
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH—Continued
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICES
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE
Vote 92
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Hospital Insurance	
Assistant Deputy Minister of Hospital Insurance
Medical Officer 3 (4)
Director of Hospital Consultation, Inspection	
Director of Hospital Finance
Director of Hospital Construction and Planning
Assistant Director of Hospital Construction and
Planning 	
Assistant Director of Hospital Finance	
Assistant Director of Hospital Consultation and
Inspection 	
Assistant Supervisor of Hospital Consultation
and Inspection 	
Audit Accountant 7 	
Audit Accountant 6
Audit Accountant 5
Audit Accountant 4
Audit Accountant 3
Senior Officer 1 	
~(2)
~(4)
(12)
Administrative Officer 5
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 3
Engineer 4
Engineering Technician 4	
Engineering Technician 3 	
Hospital Planning Consultant 3
Hospital Planning Consultant 2
Architect 4 	
Architect 3 	
.—.(3)
 (1)
-(2)
Inspector of Hospitals and Consultant 3  (5)
Inspector of Hospitals and Consultant 2 (13)
Inspector of Hospitals and Consultant 1  (16)
Systems Analyst 4	
Systems Analyst 3  (5)
Consultant, Hospital Clinical Laboratory 	
Director of Research Division	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 2	
Social Worker 3	
-(2)
Public Information Officer 1..
Industrial Relations Officer 2 .
Eligibility Representative	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk 6 	
-(7)
-(5)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1
-(4)
-(9)
-(16)
(14)
-(8)
-(7)
-(5)
(20)
Key-punch Operator 4
Key-punch Operator 2
X-ray Technician 4
-(6)
$41,940
27,912
132,864
25,380
25,380
25,380
22,080
22,080
22,080
19,584
21,936
15,768
37,416
67,200
191,544
22,080
17,916
12,444
53,322
17,130
16,236
27,456
15,516
13,068
92,454
234,528
234,408
20,352
81,408
14,454
22,080
25,686
9,684
12,576
10,848
12,504
95,190
73,494
12,258
47,940
92,784
147,816
115,650
62,010
11,400
69,350
45,636
168,222
7,668
10,488
49,908
Supervisor of Medical Coders .
13,740
 L 104
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(9)
(5)
(8)
84,204
11,136
30,144
44,166
22,000
(209)   2,237,232
71,000
140,000
25,000
8,800
6,420
1,500
9,000
1,600
100,000
200,000
344,148,200
10,320,000
1,000,000
$358,268,752
$529,206,742
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICES—Continued
Vote 92
HOSPITAL INSURANCE SERVICE—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Medical Coder (10) 123,120
Coder  (2) 15,588
Clerk-Typist 2 (4) 33,060
Clerk-Typist 1  (7) 55,458
Temporary assistance  30,000
Provision for overtime  250,000
Provision for salary adjustments  780,418
(222) 3,975,892
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  126,000
202   Travelling expense  200,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  50,000
013    Printing and publications  10,000
016   Tabulating and rentals  7,200
023    Educational material  2,500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  10,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  1,600
031 Construction and consultation fees  60,000
032 Technical surveys and new service devel
opment   250,000
033 Payments to hospitals—operating  446,000,000
033    Payments to hospitals—operating—cancer
control development  1,100,000
033    Payments to hospitals—debt service  12,350,000
035    Intermediate-care facilities       	
003    Medical Appeal Board  20,000
Subtotal, Hospital Insurance Service $464,163,192
Total, Department of Health $712,000,000
 HIGHWAYS
L 105
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Estimated,
1974/75
$
110,176
5,324,608
69,952,074
110,000,000
125,000
1,400,000
24,610
8,000,000
194,936,468
Vote
No.
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
Summary
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Roads, Bridges, Ferries, Wharves, and Tunnels—Maintenance
and Operation, Repairs, Snow and Ice Removal	
Roads, Bridges, and Ferries, Capital Construction	
Vehicle Damage Claims	
Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, Etc.	
Grants and Subsidies .
Purchase of New Equipment
Salary Contingencies 	
Estimates,
1975/76
$
138,690
8,995,360
105,000,000
140,000,000
100,000
1,900,930
30,820
11,000,000
7,834,200
275,000,000
 L 106
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(9)
(9)
(21)
(8)
(4)
(2)
(1)
(5)
(4)
(1)
(7)
$24,000
35,256
17,628
11,232
6,060
6,000
100,176
3,000
7,000
110,176
59,928
53,856
23,892
23,892
200,772
22,308
22,308
22,308
186,516
399,912
141,024
61,002
20,724
16,968
18,420
26,664
10,788
32,472
14,784
64,380
82,308
19,272
16.236
55,968
52,020
11,232
11,688
15,516
62,472
123,396
17,628
324,720
84,480
22,980
35,064
(2)
Vote 93
Salaries:
Minister of Highways __	
Ministerial Executive Assistant.
Administrative Officer 6	
Secretary
MINISTER'S OFFICE
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Temporary assistance.
$24,000
47,420
21,180
12,430
9,660
9,000
(6) 123,690
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  3,000
202   Travelling expense  12,000
Total of Vote 93       $138,690
Vote 94
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Highways	
Associate Deputy Minister (2)
Senior Officer 4
Senior Officer 3 	
Senior Officer 2 	
Senior Officer 1 	
Chief Engineer	
Assistant Chief Engineer
Engineer 8 	
Engineer 7 	
-(2)
-(13)
Director of Location	
Director of Construction 	
Departmental Controller 3 	
Engineer 6	
Engineer 5	
Engineer 4	
Engineer 3	
Planning Officer 5	
Highway Designer	
Personnel Officer 6	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1	
Chief Property Negotiator	
Assistant Chief Property Negotiator
Property Negotiator 5	
Property Negotiator 4	
Property Negotiator 3	
Property Negotiator 2	
Safety Officer 1	
_-(7)
-(20)
-(10)
...(3)
-(2)
-(2)
-(4)
(7)
-(4)
-(2)
-(3)
Mechanical Superintendent 5
Mechanical Superintendent 4 .
Technician 5	
18,468
Superintendent of Ferries
Technician 4	
Technician 3	
Technician 2	
Technician 1	
Draughtsman 4	
Draughtsman 3	
.(4)
(9)
-(20)
-(6)
-(2)
-(3)
45,265
67,320
61,800
346,692
24,288
22,080
24,630
30,918
160,188
425,520
194,640
51,372
22,879
22,884
18,732
17,124
14,424
38,520
35,208
64,128
103,824
17,928
70,416
32,064
42,804
11,688
15,516
64,944
158,652
3247720
84,744
25,152
35,064
10,788
8,424
 HIGHWAYS
L 107
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
Mar.ch31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(21)
(3)
(7)
(13)
(7)
(4)
217,068
177,762
93,696
365,202
18,510
5,040
9,048
"137808
144,456
83,826
40,122
25,272
16,752
860,000
6,180
(302)   4,493,108
310,000
300,000
40,000
20,000
5,000
125,000
9,000
20,000
2,500
5,324,608
(205)   2,152,074
67,800,000
69,952,074
110,000,000
125,000
Vote 94
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
-(22)
-(19)
..(12)
-(52)
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance and isolation pay .
-(2)
-(6)
-(20)
-(H)
..._(6)
-(8)
-(3)
290,664
229,368
129,024
476,736
8,304
7,752
10,752
21,504
61,200
188,160
98,472
49.824
69,888
24,300
3,000,000
15,072
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
013
016
021
029
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Advertising
Printing and publications
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance and operation of equipment ..
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
(304)      7,376,360
570,000
600,000
165,000
20,000
6,000
195,000
10,000
50,000
3,000
Total of Vote 94
Vote 95
ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, WHARVES, AND TUNNELS
—MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION, REPAIRS,
SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL.
Salaries:
Maintenance staff	
.(205)      3,087,000
Expenses:
Code No.
031    Expenses (including seasonal, steady, daily-
rate, and casual staff)   101,913,000
Total of Vote 95
8,995,360
105,000,000
Vote 96
ROADS, BRIDGES, AND FERRIES—CAPITAL
CONSTRUCTION
Code No.
030    Expenditure 	
Vote 97
Code No.
030   Expenditure
VEHICLE DAMAGE CLAIMS
140,000,000
100,000
 L 108
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)        35,124
1,364,876
Vote 98
HIGHWAY SIGNS, SIGNALS, TRAFFIC
CONTROL, ETC.
Salaries:
Salaries and wages (3)
Expenses:
Code No.
030   Expenses
47,720
1,853,210
1,400,000
Total of Vote 98
10,610
14,000
Vote 99
GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES
Code No.
019 Grants to engineering societies  16,820
020 Grants toward pumping charges, sundry
Dyking Commissions and Districts  14,000
24,610
Total of Vote 99
8,000,000
Vote 100
PURCHASE OF NEW EQUIPMENT
Code No.
(016   Equipment and machinery
1,900,930
30,820
( 029   Motor-vehicles and accessories	
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Code No.
901    Expenditure 	
.)     11,000,
000
7,834,200
$194,936,468
Total, Department of Highways
.$275,000,000
 Estimated,
1974/75
$
131,688
Vote
No.
102
360,976
103
12,000,000
104
10,000,000
105
2,000,000
106
50,000,000
107
1,100,000
	
108
75,592,664
HOUSING L 109
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
Summary
Estimates,
1975/76
$
Minister's Office   150,127
General Administration  2,939,174
Elderly Citizens Renters' Grant  4,500,000
Grants in Aid of Construction of Homes for Elderly Citizens _ 10,000,000
Grants in Aid of Special Care Homes  2,000,000
Housing and Development  69,720,459
British Columbia Housing Management Commission	
Salary Contingencies  690,240
Total of Department    90,000,000
 L 110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March31,1976
(1)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(14)
(12)
(6)
(1)
(1)
(1)
$24,000
28,000
17,628
11,232
6,792
16,236
(6)       103,888
2,500
7,000
18,300
131,688
15.876
12,132
10,044
19.200
17.46^
15.288
92,736
69.474
30,744
7,368
"77868
5,286
Vote 102
Salaries:
Minister of Housing.
Special Consultant...
Executive Assistant.
Secretary
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Typist 2
-(2)
Administrative Officer 4
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
(9)
Office expense.
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 102	
$24,000
30,910
19,465
12,420
9,660
18,336
8,736
8,100
131,627
7,000
10,000
1,500
(44)      301,476
Vote 103
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Deputy Minister  43,000
Associate Deputy Minister 3   39,000
Associate Deputy Minister 2  35,000
Associate Deputy Minister 1  30,000
Director,  British  Columbia  Housing  Management   30,910
Senior Officer 3 (3) 81,000
Senior Officer 2 (3) 69,000
Senior Officer 1 (13) 273,000
Administrative Officer 5  17,916
Administrative Officer 4 (4) 65,472
Administrative Officer 2 (3) 41,364
Administrative Officer 1 (2) 25,776
Engineer 5   23,000
Engineer 3   16,000
Information Officer 4  15,168
Information Officer 1   10,848
Planning Officer 2  15,168
Property Negotiator 3   13,788
Research Officer 3   13,788
Research Officer 1   10,848
Draughtsman 3  12,588
Technician 3  (6) 94,176
Technician 2 (3) 37,512
Clerk 6 (4) 46,896
Clerk 5 (4) 43,008
Clerk 4 (8) 77,280
Clerk 3 (37) 323,232
Clerk 2 (5) 39,540
Clerk 1  (12) 89,136
Clerk-Stenographer 5 (4) 38.640
Clerk-Stenographer 4 (4) 36,672
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (25) 218.400
Clerk-Typist 2 (7) 56,700
Clerk-Typist 1 (22) 166,848
(184) 2,150,674
$150,127
 HOUSING
L 111
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
40,000
2,500
17,000
Vote 103
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment
007   Advertising
360,976
008    Consultive services	
013    Printing and publications .
Total of Vote 103	
Vote 104
110,000
140,000
38,500
150,000
100,000
250,000
2,939,174
12,000,000
Code No.
053    Grants
ELDERLY CITIZENS RENTERS' GRANT
4,500,000
10,000,000
Vote 105
GRANTS IN AID OF CONSTRUCTION OF HOMES
FOR ELDERLY CITIZENS
Code No.
019    Grants 	
2,000,000
Vote 106
GRANTS IN AID OF SPECIAL CARE HOMES
Code No.
019    Grants	
10,000,000
2,000,000
Vote 107
50,000,000
Code No.
040    Expenditure
HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT
69,720,459
1,100,000
BRITISH COLUMBIA HOUSING
MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
Code No.
055    Share of operating losses	
Vote 108
Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
690,240
$75,592,664
Total, Department of Housing
$90,000,000
  HUMAN RESOURCES
L 113
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN  RESOURCES
Estimated,
1974/75
Vote
No.
Summary
Estim°tes,
1975/76
100,136
2,846,507
12,937,265
29,728,723
92,753,944
19,801,000
12,819,819
112,070,000
20,889,906
303,947,300
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
Minister's Office	
Departmental Administration and Support Services
Community Services	
Services for Families and Children	
Services for Senior Citizens and Handicapped Persons
Health Care Services	
Community Programs 	
Income Assistance Programs	
Special Programs for the Retarded
Alcohol and Drug Commission	
Salary Contingencies	
Total of Department
116,576
3,914,703
14,366,333
59,193,296
166,283,127
28,548,700
28,398,169
167,198,944
29,532,626
5,005,870
13,441,656
516,000,000
 L 114 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 109
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75                                                                              Staff Estimates, 1975/76
(       6) 100,136 Total of vote (6) 116,576
All Costs of the Minister's Office by Type of Expenditure
(01) Salaries:
24,000                 Minister of Human Resources  24,000
35,256 Ministerial Executive Assistant __(2) 38,928
11,232                 Secretary  12,420
7,884                 Clerk-Stenographer 4  9,168
—                        Clerk-Stenographer 3   9,660
6,264 Clerk-Stenographer 2      	
(       6) 84,636 (6) 94,176
7,000    (10) Travelling expense  12,300
8,500    (30) Office expense  10,100
100,136 116,576
 HUMAN RESOURCES
L 115
Vote 110
DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
Central administration—Provides central direction and support services for the Department, including Offices of the Deputy and Associate Deputy Ministers, Personnel Administration,
Office Support Services, Research and Planning.
Program administration—Provides central direction and support services for the operating
programs of the Department, including Social Assistance, Mincome, Special Care Adults, Child
Welfare, Residential and Treatment, Community, Pharmacare, and Health Care.
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75
(
8)
10)
7)
11)
(  36)
( 85)
( 4)
( 57)
( 9)
( 38)
( 7)
( 22)
137,041
93,333
75,044
252,265
557,683
816,529
66,552
601,560
95,641
346,936
81,056
280,550
( 222)  2,288,824
( 258)  2,846,507
All Costs for Administration by Activity
Staff
Central Administration
Deputy Ministers' Offices
Personnel administration .
Office support services	
Research and planning	
- (8)
-(12)
-(7)
-(11)
(38)
Total of vote  (271)
Estimates, 1975/76
180,596
166,358
119,774
300,473
767,201
Program Administration
Social   Assistance   administration   and
Mincome administration (96) 1,181,909
Special Care Adults administration ..(4) 80,372
Child Welfare administration (57) 658,740
Residential   and   Treatment   Programs
administration  (9) 152,968
Community Programs administration ...
 (38) 503,839
Pharmacare administration  (7) 226,694
Health Care administration  (22) 342,980
(233)      3,147,502
3,914,703
40,000
31,000
19,872
22,308
18,420
20,724
20,724
19,272
18,420
19,272
26,442
14,124
16,236
24,486
20,088
15,516
12,576
8,886
64,740
14,124
15,516
All Costs for Administration by Type of Expenditure
(01) Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Human Resources
Associate Deputy Minister	
Executive Director of Social Service
and Income Security Program	
Executive Director of Research and
Long-range Planning	
Assistant Executive Director of Income Security Program	
Superintendent of Child Welfare	
Director of Residential  and Treatment Program	
Director of Income Security Division
Regional Director
Director Division on Aging	
Administrative Officer 6 (2)
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 (2)
Administrative Officer 1  (2)
Research Officer 5 	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 1 	
Medical Officer 3  (2)
Psychologist 3 	
Pharmacist 4	
43,044
34,224
26,496
26,496
24,288
24,288
20,976
20,976
17,124
16,968
38,520
17,916
18,744
33,432
27,576
16,968
13,596
9,273
72,864
16,236
17,124
 L 116
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 110
DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES—Continued
All Costs for Administration by Type of Expenditure—Continued
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
(01) Salaries—Continued
46,800                 Pharmacist 1 (4) 51,600
9,048                  Nutritionist   9,048
16,236                  Personnel Officer 5  19,464
(       3)            36,792                  Personnel Officer 3  16,320
—                          Personnel Officer 2 (4) 52,584
8,724                  Public Information Officer  10,848
16,236                  Economist   16,236
98,166                 Social Worker 5 (6) 97,806
(     18)          246,753                 Social Worker 4 (20) 271,920
72,283                  Social Worker 3  (6) 69,684
206,815                  Social Worker 2  (18) 200,758
41,112                  Social Worker 1  (4) 40,764
14,769                  Case Aide  (2) 15,372
58,068                  Financial Assistance Worker 1 (7) 61,764
9,048                 Secretary to Deputy Minister  11,400
29,184                 Clerk 6  (3) 35,172
(       1)             9,048                 Clerk 5  (2) 22,788
84,552                  Clerk 4  (11) 115,368
148,376                  Clerk 3  (22) 206,540
175,508                  Clerk 2  (31) 251,052
(     22)          114,798                  Clerk 1  (30) 231,216
8,424                 Clerk-Stenographer 5  10,752
131,219                 Clerk-Stenographer 3  (19) 181,776
106,315                 Clerk-Stenographer 2 (17) 145,256
16,908                  Clerk-Stenographer 1  (3) 24,300
69,061                 Clerk-Typist 2  (12) 101,503
74,250                 Clerk-Typist 1  (14) 110,588
7,368                 Office Equipment Operator 3  8,508
9,048                  Stockman 4   11,412
15,252                  Stockman 2  (2) 20,400
(   258)       2,342,907 (271) 2,959,328
161,500    (04)  Salaries—temporary staff  209,600
47,300    (10)  Travelling expense   151,000
151,500    (20) Professional and special services  298,166
132,300    (30) Office expense  285,331
11,000    (40) Advertising and publications   11,278
2,846,507 3,914,703
 HUMAN RESOURCES
L 117
Vote 111 COMMUNITY SERVICES
Description
In order to provide services for people throughout the Province, the Department has 91
district offices staffed with employees trained in identifying the services most suited for each
individual.
All Costs for Community Services by Activity
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
Field Services central administration ....
(       3) 46,856  (3) 55,524
(     15) 354,618 Staff development and library (15) 529,617
(1,018)     12,535,791 Field operations (1,041) 13,781,192
(1,036)      12,937,265
( 39)
( 277)
(   107)
(     12)
(       2)
( 28)
( 49)
( 51)
( 89)
Total of vote
-(1,059)
All
22,308
19.872
17,628
266,694
10,404
33,936
704,351
476,191
3,320.829
1,106,819
526,151
721,712
110,624
42,028
122,267
11.232
46,800
8.220
16,320
80,236
59,346
42,032
80,270
217,599
337,532
314,787
11,376
522,234
260,508
12,324
372,611
20,000
(1,036)       9,915,241
472,000
975,000
180,000
737,024
394,000
139,000
Costs for Community Services by Type of Expenditure
(01) Salaries:
Executive   Director   of   Community
Services 	
Assistant Executive Director of Community Services 	
Senior Regional Director	
Regional Director (16)
Psychologist 3 	
Psychologist 2  (2)
Psychologist 1 	
Teacher 4 	
27,600
Social Worker 5
Social Worker 4
Social Worker 3
Social Worker 2
— (2)
...(51)
-(40)
.(282)
Social Worker 1  (108)
Financial Assistance Worker 2 —(59)
Financial Assistance Worker 1 ...(87)
Child Care Counsellor 4 	
Child Care Counsellor 2 (14)
Child Care Counsellor 1  (6)
Case Aide  (16)
Mechanical Superintendent 2
Mechanical Superintendent 1  (4)
Cook
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer  4  	
Clerk-Stenographer 3  	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer   1   	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1  (47)
Switchboard Operator 2 (2)
Sundry   employees  transferred  from
Provincial Home, Kamloops -(44)
Special living allowances	
-(3)
-(10)
-(9)
-(7)
-(15)
-(29)
-(50)
-(54)
-(2)
-(91)
23,184
22,080
311,424
15,516
30,360
12,576
10,404
31,092
728,730
505,146
3,258.804
1,094,890
525,234
700,410
10,404
130,008
50,388
122,022
11,232
46,800
10,020
35,172
105.312
84,792
59,556
113,760
295,800
483,000
476,064
16,608
774,228
371,676
17,472
353,808
20,000
(1,059)     10,885,572
(04) Temporary assistance
(10) Travelling expense
(20) Professional and special services—
Staff development 	
Welfare grants	
(30) Office expense 	
(40) Advertising and publicity	
(50)  Materials and supplies
125,000    (80)  Grants to municipalities
12,937,265
1,000,000
1,046,032
300,000
500,000
494,529
139,000
1,200
14,366,333
14,366,333
 L 118 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 112
SERVICES FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
. . Description
Day Care Program—Provides day care services for children up to 12 years of age during
a prolonged family illness or other crisis, or to enable the parent(s) to work or attend an
educational institution.
Children in Care Program—Provides preventive and protective services to troubled families
with children, as authorized by various Acts. Provides good substitute parenting through the
Foster Home Program to meet the physical, emotional, and social needs of children who require
foster parents.
Group, Receiving, and Therapeutic Homes—Provides assessment services and alternative
care for children who cannot remain in their own homes or fit into the available foster homes.
Residential and Treatment Program for Children—Provides, in addition to basic care,
special services suited to the individual child's emotional or behavioural needs.
Special Services for Children Program—Provides counselling, tutoring, or other special
services, usually on a one-to-one basis, in order to help prevent the necessity of bringing a
child into care.
All Costs of Services for Families and Children by Activity
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
10,000,000             Day Care Program  13,443,444
f        Children in Care Program  18,512,113
11n„ni   J Group,    Receiving,    and    Therapeutic
ii.u/J,"!   1             Homes   5,849,600
[        Special Services to Children Program  4,500,000
Residential and Treatment Programs for
(   146)       8,705,192                 Children (146) 16,888,139
(   146)     29,728,723 Total of vote (146) 59,193,296
A ll Costs of Services for Families and Children by Type of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—employees at Sevenoaks, Reception and Diagnostic Centre Victoria and Nanaimo, Island Youth
Centre,  and  Royal  Victoria Group
(   146)       1,413,023                 Home  . (146) 1,467,782
72,649    (04) Temporary assistance  69,000
24,200    (10) Travelling expenses   34,028
(20) Professional and special services—
199,150                  Medical, dental services  220,165
10,000,000                  Day care services  13,443,444
.__.,..,..             f   Maintenance of children  39,194,770
i/./zj.jji             |   Special services for children  4,500,000
13,220    (30) Office expense   10,544
187,900    (50) Materials and supplies  165,671
(65) Maintenance  and repairs to  buildings
25,550                  and equipment  34,322
28,700    (75) Purchase of equipment  23,300
40,800    (90) Other expenditure   30,270
29,728,723 59,193,296
 HUMAN RESOURCES
L 119
Vote 113
SERVICES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND HANDICAPPED PERSONS
Description
Mincome Program—Provides a minimum guaranteed income for persons over the age
of 60 and for handicapped persons in need.
Adult Care Program—Provides care in boarding-houses and rest homes for the elderly
who are ambulatory and partially able to care for themselves and in private hospitals for those
requiring a relatively high degree of nursing attention but who are unable to meet the full
costs of these services.
Homemaker Program—Provides supplemental assistance to the elderly and infirm to
enable them to remain in their own homes.
Activity Centres Program for the Handicapped—Provides assistance to centres for the
development of programs to improve the quality of life and skills of handicapped persons.
Seniors' Day Centres Program—Provides seniors opportunities for social and recreational
activities as well as inexpensive lunches and snacks.
Seniors' Counselling Service Program—Provides a service wherein a senior citizen counsellor is available to discuss issues of concern to seniors, and explain about the resources
available to assist the senior citizen.
Seniors' Transportation Program—Provides grants to organizations which supply transportation for senior citizens to encourage mobility.
(
All Costs of Services for Senior Citizens and Handicapped Persons by Activity
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
80,120,000             Mincome Program . ,  122,000,000
it»     nnifiiQi   f         Adult Care Program   ..- (17) 34.681.592
ii)     ii,iwo,z*4 j         Homemaker Services Program  7,644,850
f Activity Centres Program for  Handi-
1,165,650 -j             capped     1,181,085
[        Seniors' Day Centres Program  189,100
72,000 Seniors' Counselling Service Program... 145,500
350,000              Seniors' Transportation Program   441,000
17)     92,753,944                            Total of vote  (17) 166,283,127
All Costs of Services for Senior Citizens and Handicapped Persons by Type of Expenditure
(     17)
158,818
4,500
10,855,476
1,500
13,500
2,500
10,000
1,587,650
80,120,000
92,753,944
(01)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(50)
(65)
(75)
(80)
— (90)
Salaries — sundry  employees
Denver Pavilion	
Travelling expenses
at
New
-(17)
Professional and special services—
Care for seniors in adult care homes
Homemaker Services	
Office expenses 	
Materials and supplies	
Maintenance  and  repairs to  buildings
and equipment	
Purchase of equipment	
Grants and subsidies—
To organizations for activity centres,
day   centres,   seniors'   counselling
service, and transportation program
To individuals on Mincome Program
Other expenditures	
173,552
1,800
34,439,925
7,644,850
2,000
37,800
5,515
20,000
1,956,685
122,000,000
1,000
166,283,127
Note—Included in the Department's Adult Care estimate for 1975/76 is $1,620,000 for
Skeenaview Lodge which was previously funded through the Department of Health.
 L 120 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 114
HEALTH CARE SERVICES
Description
Pharmacare—Provides free prescription drugs for persons over 65 and subsidizes the cost
of drugs for those under 65 and in need.
Health care—Provides coverage of the health needs of all recipients of Social Allowance,
Mincome, Handicapped Persons Income Assistance, and for Children in Care.
All Costs of Health Care Services by Activity
Estimated, 1974/75 Estimates, 1975/76
14,892,000 Pharmacare Program     20,361,800
4,909,000 Health Care Program        8,186,900
19,801,000 Total of vote      28,548,700
All Costs of Health Care Services by Type of Expenditure
(20) Professional and special services—
930,000                  Medical   1,132,000
2,586,000                  Dental   5,349,900
309,000                  Optical   371,000
6,259,000                 Dispensary fees  8,552,000
9,284,000    (50) Materials and supplies, including drugs 12,589,800
433,000    (90) Other expenditures  554,000
19,801,000 28,548,700
 HUMAN RESOURCES
L 121
Vote 115
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Description
Provides funding for community-based projects recommended by the Department's field
staff and Community Resource Boards through the Regional Directors. Projects include
information centres, crisis centres, and related services, family life counselling, native Indian
projects, youth services, and various others. Also included is the grant covering Community
Services in Vancouver through the Vancouver Resources Board and for the development of
other Resources Boards.
All Costs for Community Programs by Activity
Estimated, 1974/75
12,819,819  |
12,819,819
Community Grants Programs
Estimates, 1975/76
8,274,000
Resources Board Services      20,124,169
Total of vote    28,398,169
All Costs for Community Programs by Type of Expenditure
8,274,000
(80) Grants and subsidies—
f Grants to community-based organiza-
? 6)2 350 \ tions 	
'    "         I Grants to Resource Boards  outside
10,207,469
12,819,819
Vancouver
1,000,000
Grants to Vancouver Resources Board    19,124,169
28,398,169
 L 122 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 116
INCOME ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Description
Provides Social Allowance and Special Allowances to British Columbians who are unable
to provide for themselves. Special Allowances include grants for employment preparation,
extension of opportunities, education upgrading and vocational training, dietary and prenatal,
transportation, and others.
All Costs of Income Assistance Program by Activity
Estimated, 1974/75 Estimates, 1975/76
iiorvmnnn  J        Social Allowances  152,930,000
riz.u/u.uuu  X        Special Allowances 14,268,944
112,070,000 Total of vote 167,198,944
All Costs of Income Assistance Program by Type of Expenditure
(80) Grants and subsidies—
inmnnnn 5 Social Allowances 152,930,000
iiAu/u.uuu | Special Allowances 14,268,944
112,070,000 167,198,944
 HUMAN RESOURCES L 123
Vote 117
SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE RETARDED
Description
Provides residential care, nursing care, and special schooling for retarded children and
adults.
All Costs of Special Programs for the Retarded by Activity
Staff      Estimated, 1974/75 Staff Estimates, 1975/76
(   997)      11,217.306 Woodlands School  (997)     16,527,055
(   439)       4,920,800 Tranquille Lodge . .. (439)      6,564,571
4,351,800 Glendale Lodge       6,041,000
400,000 Assistance for the retarded         400,000
(1,436)     20,889,906 Total of vote  (1,436) 29,532,626
All Costs of Special Programs for the Retarded by Type of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—employees of Woodlands and
(1,436)     12,694,701                 Tranquille  (1,436) 17,671,468
1,227,105    (04) Temporary assistance   2,495,208
65,000    (10) Travelling expenses  ,  107,800
(20) Professional and special services—
120,000                 Medical care  218,850
11,000                 Patients' education ... 25,500
6,000                 Transportation of patients  12,000
22,000 Occupational and recreation therapy 28,500
12,000                 Audio-Visual   14,000
—                        Staff development  37,500
55,000    (30) Office expenses   70,300
(50) Materials and supplies—
245,000                 Drugs and medical supplies  245,500
1,025,000                 Dietary   1,280,000
321,000                 Laundry, clothing, uniforms   428,000
19,000                 Bedding  .  42,000
60,000                  Janitorial supplies   89,000
85,000                 Miscellaneous supplies  70,000
20,000    (65) Maintenance and repairs to equipment 33,000
65,000    (75) Purchase of furnishings  91,500
(80) Grants and subsidies—
400,000 Grants for assistance to the retarded 400,000
4,351,800 Grants to Glendale Lodge Society _ 6,041,000
27,000                 Gratuities to patients  71,000
58,300    (90) Other expenditures  60,500
20,889,906 29,532,626
Note—Included in this vote is $24,410,404 for estimated costs in 1975/76 of the following
programs previously funded through the Department of Health:
(1) Woodlands School, Tranquille Lodge, and the Assistance for the Retarded Program are transferred to the Department from Mental Health.
(2) Glendale Extended Care Unit is being transferred to the Department from
Hospital Insurance Service.
 L 124 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Vote 118
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMMISSION
Description
Operates or supports programs for the treatment of chemical addiction, including alcoholism. These programs usually involve detoxification, long-term residential care, and out-patient
counselling. It also supports programs providing information and research in this field. This
program was funded out of the Drug, Alcohol, Cigarette Education, Prevention, and Rehabilitation Fund in 1974/75.
All Costs of the Alcohol and Drug Commission by Activity
Estimated, 1974/75 Estimates, 1975/76
Administration   269,986
Research and planning  105,200
Information services   280,828
Clinical Training Program  169,804
Community Program development  3,137,644
Detoxification centres   1,042,408
Total of vote      5,005,870
All Costs of the Alcohol and Drug Commission by Type of Expenditure
(01) Two salaried Commissioners  63,000
(03) Allowances to other Commissioners .... 67,200
(04) Other temporary staff  962,870
(10) Travelling expenses   91,400
(20) Professional   and  special  services,  including consultants' fees and expenses 138,000
(30) Office expenses  63,200
(40) Library and information purchases  55,000
(50) Materials and supplies, including provisions, linen, laundry   77,100
(60) Rental of premises and equipment  85,600
(65) Maintenance and repairs to equipment 500
(70) Purchase and renovation of buildings ... 375,000
(75) Purchase of equipment  27,000
(80) Grants and subsidies to nonprofit community organizations—
Prevention programs   300,000
Rehabilitation programs    2,700,000
5,005,870
 HUMAN RESOURCES
L 125
Vote 119
Estimated, 1974/75
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Total of vote	
Estimates, 1975/76
 13,441,656
  LABOUR
L 127
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
Estimated,
1974/75
$
78,724
1,819,006
1,481,040
10,374,486
706,000
Vote
No.
120
121
122
123
124
125
Summary
Minister's Office	
General Administration, Human Rights, Research .
Labour Standards, Mediation, Arbitration	
Manpower Development	
Labour Relations Board	
Salary Contingencies	
Estimates,
1975/76
$
94,135
2,548,966
1,869,168
10,635,689
989,175
1,893,827
14,459,256
Total of Department
18,030,960
 L 128
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(1)
(2)
(3)
(2)
(3)
(2)
$24,000
17,628
11,232
7,884
6,480
(5)        67,224
2,500
7.0nn
2,000
78,724
39,000
39,000
33,000
32,000
33,000
25,284
17,000
13,068
16,236
10,788
16,968
9,048
14,256
21,402
46,262
24,666
8,160
11,700
2,000
16,236
16,236
31,506
13,214
12,330
21,516
40,260
23,376
Vote 120
Salaries:
Minister of Labour 	
Ministerial Executive Assistant
Secretary
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
-(2)
(6)
$24,000
19,465
12,430
10,200
17,040
202    Travelling expense	
004    Furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 120	
83,135
3,000
7,000
1,000
$94,135
Vote 121
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, HUMAN RIGHTS, RESEARCH
General Administration
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Labour
Ombudsman 	
Associate Deputy Minister, Labour Relations
Associate Deputy Minister, Manpower	
Special Consultant	
Director of Legislation	
Executive Officer	
Personnel Officer 4 	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 2	
Departmental Comptroller	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(2)
-(3)
-(7)
(4)
Temporary assistance 	
Human Rights Branch
Director 	
Assistant Director	
Human Rights Officers (9)
Assistant Human Rights Officer (2)
Public Information Officer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2)
Clerk 2	
Temporary assistance 	
Research and Planning Branch
Director 	
Assistant Director (Research Officer 5)
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 3 	
-(3)
44,160
44,160
36,430
35,330
22,080
27,600
21,000
18,000
19,584
17,916
16,368
10,800
19,860
28,536
63,216
33,888
9,660
8,736
7,908
5,000
22,000
18,720
115,536
19,320
12,888
17,904
17,244
7,000
31,000
18,600
18,600
49,008
 LABOUR
L 129
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(3)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(4)
29,412
36,648
20,064
11,220
13,632
23,766
16,968
16,968
6,607
5,409
(68)  768,206
52,000
93,000
25.800
25,000
16,000
120,000
16,000
100,000
90,000
100,000
3,000
405,000
4,000
1,000
1,819,006
20,724
18,024
16,236
33,936
(23)
313,992
(18)
224,802
(9)
94,524
(13)
121,524
(2)
14,268
(18)
9
118,926
Vote 121
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, HUMAN RIGHTS,
RESEARCH—Continued
Research and Planning Branch—Continued
Salaries—Con tinued
Research Officer 2
Research Officer 1
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 	
-(5)
_(3)
(4)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Temporary assistance
Director
..(2)
-(2)
Special Services Branch
Research Officer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Information Services Branch
Director of Information Services	
Public Information Officer	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
68,100
35,424
9,660
35,832
8,100
18,396
16,212
1,000
27,000
16,068
8,736
21,000
17,916
8,736
7,584
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
031
005
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Furniture and equipment .
Seminars and conferences
035
006
007
009
032
033
034
012
013
019
029
030
Board of Industrial Relations, allowances
and expenses	
Board of Inquiry, allowances and expenses
Human Rights Commission 	
Special Officers, Arbitration, Industrial Inquiry Commission 	
Ombudsman, allowances and expenses	
Professional services
(80)       1,137,816
68,000
124,000
25,950
32,000
Industry Advisory Committee.
Shared Research Program 	
Library purchases.
Printing and publications	
Labour College of Canada Grant
Vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 121	
27,500
50,000
20,000
180,000
90,000
63,000
150,000
100,000
3,200
438,000
4,000
34,500
1,000
2,548,966
Vote 122
LABOUR STANDARDS, MEDIATION, ARBITRATION
Labour Standards Branch
Salaries:
Director of Labour Standards Branch
Supervisor
Industrial Relations Officer 6
Industrial Relations Officer 5
Industrial Relations Officer 4
Industrial Relations Officer 3
Industrial Relations Officer 2
Industrial Relations Officer 1
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
_-(2)
.(22)
-(14)
-(15)
(12)
-(14)
29,500
25,000
18,720
39,168
382,308
210,936
191,700
142,848
9,660
101,976
 L 130
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
18,495
11,700
5,448
5,409
1,440
20,724
(10)
(3)
143,808
"193,896
9,684
6,480
5,532
5,610
20,724
7,134
(115)   1,259,040
50,000
70,000
12,500
1,000
50,000
38,50C
1,481,040
25,284
18,420
(1)
9,684
13,332
10,788
-——
6,607
Vote 122
LABOUR STANDARDS, MEDIATION, ARBITRATION-
Continued
Labour Standards Branch—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (8) 73,908
Clerk 2  (2) 16,644
Clerk 1   7,584
Clerk-Typist 1   8,100
Temporary assistance   2,000
Special living allowance   2,000
Mediation Services Branch
Director 	
Assistant Director	
Mediation Officer	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk 5
Clerk 2
(2)
-(8)
Clerk-Typist 1	
Switchboard Operator
27,600
52,000
164,496
10,200
9,660
7,752
12,076
8,736
7,584
7,752
Arbitration Branch
Director    27,000
Clerk-Stenographer 4  9,660
(115) 1,606,568
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense    62,100
202    Travelling expense   111,500
004 Furniture and equipment  29,000
005 Seminars and conferences  12,000
031    Industrial Inquiry Commission        	
029    Vehicles and accessories   48,000
Total of Vote 122       1,869,168
Vote 123
Salaries:
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT
Manpower Development Branch
Director of Manpower Training and Development 	
Director of Woman's Bureau	
Director of Employment Programs Branch
Research Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(2)
-(2)
-(3)
Temporary assistance
31,000
25,000
15,168
16,068
17,064
13,788
25,776
13,212
9,660
10,200
18,576
24,720
7,584
2,000
 LABOUR
L 131
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1976
(14)
(18)
(ID
(1)
(5)
(2)
(17)
(12)
(ID
(8)
(2)
19,872
16,968
56,802
180,960
217,350
114,444
9,684
6,582
23,184
13,932
102,090
68,040
6,900
660
19,000
16,236
7,134
6,165
16,236
140.820
83.808
12,396
5,448
17,628
(7)
93,588
(14)
146,616
7,368
(2)
12,396
300
(146) 1,513,856
38,000
105,700
31,200
2,000
1,000
25,000
15,000
5,091,480
3,294,750
200,000
Vote 123
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT— Continued
Salaries—Continued
Director 	
Apprenticeship Branch
Assistant Director 	
Apprenticeship Counsellor 4
Apprenticeship Counsellor 3
Apprenticeship Counsellor 2
Apprenticeship Counsellor 1
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
-(4)
-(16)
(13)
-(18)
-(2)
-(13)
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance
-(3)
(16)
Compensation Consultant
Employers' Adviser
Compensation
Compensation Counsellor
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
29,500
23,500
79,848
253,344
204,276
250,656
12,072
9,660
17,904
115,320
7,428
27,132
134,652
7,584
2,000
900
19,870
19,870
19,584
10,200
8,736
Elevating Devices Inspection Branch
Director 	
Assistant Director 	
Elevator Inspector 2
Elevator Inspector 1 ..
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(10)
-(7)
-(3)
22,000
16,608
163,464
93,744
26,208
7,908
Director 	
Assistant Director ..
Factory Inspector 2
Factory Inspector 1
Clerk 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Special living allowance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
Occupational Environment Inspection Branch
23,500
16,608
142,068
177,744
9,660
8,355
550
-(8)
-(13)
202
004
005
006
007
008
034
031
032
033
Travelling expense 	
Furniture and equipment	
Allowances, Provincial Apprenticeship
Committee 	
Allowances, Administrative Officers 	
Advertising, publishing, printing	
Allowances and expenses, Examining
Boards	
Seminars and conferences	
Apprenticeship training 	
Pre-apprenticeship training	
Tradesman upgrading 	
(161)      2,192,269
59,500
147,000
76,000
3,000
1,000
35,000
20,000
6,500
3,474,000
4,254,420
200,000
 L 132
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
30,500
25,000
1,000
10,374,486
39,000
38,000
66,000
373,000
(4)      516,000
30,000
5,000
50,000
100,000
5,000
706,000
$14,459,256
Vote 123
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT—Continued
Occupational Environment Inspection Branch
—Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
Professional and special services
Vehicles and accessories	
035
029
040
030
036
037
Manpower Adjustment Fund
Incidental and contingencies _
Medical specialist fees	
Training Fund 	
27,500
108,500
25,000
2,000
1,000
3,000
Total of Vote 123
LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD
Vote 124
Salaries:
Chairman 	
Vice-Chairman and Chief Administrative Officer
Vice-Chairmen  (2)
Senior and clerical staff	
Temporary assistance	
44,160
43,055
72,860
511,500
3,600
(4)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
004
202
013
014
032
005
Office expense	
Furniture and equipment
Travel expense
Printing, publishing, and advertising
Library purchases
Professional and special services
Labour Relations Board, allowances and
expenses
030   Incidentals and contingencies
Total of Vote 124	
675,175
45,000
20,000
40,000
90,000
3,000
15,000
100,000
1,000
Vote 125
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Total, Department of Labour
10,635,689
989,175
1,893,827
$18,030,960
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES L 133
DEPARTMENT OF  LANDS,  FORESTS, AND
WATER RESOURCES
Summary
Estimated,          Vote Estimates,
1974/75             No. 1975/76
$ $
105,352    126        Minister's Office  150,833
2,227,340    127       Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat .  3,660,982
Lands Service:
409,584    128        General Administration  872,796
1,276,583    129        Lands Branch  2,368,864
2,000,000    130        Pre-servicing Crown Lands for Sale or Lease  2,000,000
3,356,854    131        Surveys and Mapping Branch  4,671,190
132       Composite Mapping  193,000
University Endowment Lands Administration Act  10
University Endowment Lands Golf Course  287,314
135       Salary contingencies    1,401,169
10
133
134
135
9,375,723
136
36,917,983
12,924,608
137
32,500
138
674,084
139
181,050
140
60,200
141
30,000
142
4,042,972
143
4,000,000
144
2,080,452
145
10
146
1,449,852
600,000
147
355,000
148
24,000
149
10
150
151
63,372,721
187,378
152
1,429,368
153
25,000
154
52,750
155
57,192
156
1,666,333
157
1,662,487
158
300,000
159
95,000
160
12,670,000
161
200,000
162
362,791
163
3,023,920
164
502,396
165
963,094
166
167
23,197,709
95,946,153
15,606,158
Forest Service:
General Administration, Protection, and Management of
Forests   48,801,573
Reforestation and Forest Nursery  19,813,760
Forestry and Correction Camp Program  78,000
Forest Research   1,715,778
Public Information and Education   243,410
Forest Service Training-school   213,619
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association   35,000
Engineering Services and Forest-development Roads  6,179,215
Fire Suppression  5,000,000
Forest Inventory  3,038,675
Scaling Fund  10
Silviculture (deleted and distributed to Reforestation and Research Votes) 	
Public Recreation in Forest Areas  900,000
Grazing Range Improvement Fund  600,000
Peace River Community Pastures .  24,000
Reservoir Waterway Improvements —  10
Salary Contingencies  7,917,269
94,560,319
Water Resources Service:
General Administration   204,594
Water Rights Branch  1,959,818
Assistance to Improvement Districts :_._ 25,000
Canadian Council of Resource Ministers ;  40,000
Inspector of Dykes   70,057
Water Investigations Branch :  2,226,889
Investigations, Hydraulic Surveys, and Projects \  2,033,000
Environmental Quality Studies j  380,000
Okanagan Flood Control   105,000
Canada-British Columbia loint Development Act  14,625,000
B.C. Hydrometric Stream-gauging   522,000
Southern Okanagan Lands Project :  20,000
Pollution Control  3,641,734
Environmental Conservation (SAM)   733,368
Laboratory Services .  1,526,127
Salary Contingencies  i.  1,720,936
29,833,523
Total of Department 140,000,000
 L 134
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
$24,000
22,740
17,628
11,232
7,884
5,868
(6)   89,352
4,000
10,000
2,000
105,352
33,000
64,548
(2)
7,884
13,368
(2)
118,800
32,472
16,236
(3)
16,236
48,708
(2)
11,736
(2)
125,388
32,472
16,236
(4)
64,944
LANDS SERVICE
Vote 126
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources
Staff Consultant 	
Administrative Assistant	
Ministerial Executive Assistant
Secretary
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk 3 	
(8)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment
Total of Vote 126 	
$24,000
21,516
23,710
19,465
12,430
9,660
8,100
8,952
127,833
5,000
15,000
3,000
$150,833
113,652
Vote 127
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE COMMITTEE SECRETARIAT
Salaries:
Executive Offices and Administration
Director   39,000
Assistant Directors  (3) 79,476
Senior Officer 2  24,288
Secretary to Director  11,100
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3) 27,528
181,392
Resource Planning
Planner 3  (3) 52,716
Planner 1   13,068
Economist 2  17,298
Forester 4  18,597
Research Officer 3    	
Research Officer 2  11,232
Clerk-Stenographer 2     8,736
121,647
Special Projects
Planning Officer 3   17,628
Biologist 4  17,628
Economist 2 (2) 31,752
Research Officer 4      	
Research Officer 3  (2) 23,376
Research Officer 2  11,688
Clerk-Typist 2     8,508
110,580
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 135
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
25,000
(23)       382,840
LANDS SERVICE—Continued
Vote 127
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE COMMITTEE
SECRETARIAT—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Agriculture and Forestry
Agriculturist 3
Agriculturist 2
-(5)
-(2)
75,060
24,804
Agriculturist 1    10,320
Draughtsman 3
Engineering Aide 3	
Laboratory Technician
Laboratory Assistant 2
Clerk-Stenographer 2 ..
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk 2 	
-(2)
9,864
17,310
8,424
7,884
8,622
8,100
8,004
Climate
Hydro-meteorologist
Research Officer 3 ..
Engineering Assistant
 (7)
 (5)
Engineering Aide 3 (2)
Engineering Aide 2	
Clerk 4 	
20,340
84,924
47,232
16,848
7,608
10,200
Clerk-Stenographer 3     9,408
Clerk 2 (2)  15,816
Isolation allowance    2,928
Geographic
Planning Officer 5 ..
Research Officer 3 ..
Research Officer 2
Draughtsman 3	
Draughtsman 2 	
Clerk 6	
-(2)
19,272
23,820
12,132
42,120
62,520
11,412
Clerk-Stenographer 3      8,508
-(5)
-(8)
Recreation
  18,420
  10,224
Engineering Aide 3     8,885
Clerk 3     8,508
Biologist 5 	
Research Officer 2
Soils and Surficial Geology
Agriculturist 4  15,957
Agriculturist 3   14,718
Wildlife
Biologist 4	
Geologist 3 	
Conservation Officer 1
Temporary assistance
  17,628
.(2) 34,259
  11,004
178,392
215,304
179,784
46,037
30,675
62,891
836,490
(90)      1,963,192
 L 136
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
25,000
15,000
8,000
7,000
50,000
8,000
3,000
50,000
1,678,500
2,227,340
28,000
(1)
(5)
(7)
(5)
(1)
19,272
16,968
11,688
13,068
21,384
17,808
40,524
34,380
38,778
26,910
9,048
8,424
7,884
7,368
6,480
(36)      307,984
15,000
6,000
2,600
3,500
3,500
1,000
30,000
40,000
409,584
LANDS SERVICE—Continued
Vote 127
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE COMMITTEE
Expenses: SECRETARIAT—Continued
Code No.
202   Travel expenses   334,000
001    Office expenses   54,700
004   Office furniture and equipment  50,000
007   Advertising and publicity   4,000
012 Library purchase and subscriptions  5,350
013 Printing and publications :. 56,000
015 Rentals   344,590
016 Equipment, instruments, and machinery .. 169,200
019    Grants   130,000
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment 50,000
027 Field operations  50,000
028 Public hearings  7,000
029 Air photo and map purchases  22,950
030 Incidentals and contingencies  70,000
032   Consultants fees and expenses  350,000
034   British Columbia Land Inventory, salaries
and expenses  	
Total of Vote 127      3,660,982
Vote 128
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Associate Deputy Minister of Lands   39,000
Special Adviser to Lands Service  25,000
Departmental Comptroller 1   25,000
Personnel Officer 5   22,500
Personnel Officer 3  (2) 31,000
Administrative Officer 4  19,584
Administrative Officer 2   16,368
Biologist 5     .     _. 17,852
Clerk 6  (2) 26,424
Clerk 5  (2) 23,796
Clerk 4  (5) 52,668
Clerk 3 (6) 55,020
Clerk 2  (8) 65,208
Clerk 1  (8) 60,672
Secretary to Associate Deputy Minister  11,400
Clerk-Stenographer 5   	
Clerk-Stenographer 4   ib,2b6
Clerk-Stenographer 3   9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2) 17,676
Temporary  assistance    110,168
(45) 639,196
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   19,700
202   Travelling expense   15,400
004   Office furniture and equipment  6,000
007   Advertising and publicity  31,500
013    Printing and publications  4,500
019   Grant to British Columbia Natural Resources Conference   3,500
030 Incidentals and contingencies  	
031 Ecological reserves   45,000
037   Consultant fees and expenses  100,000
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories  8,000
Total of Vote 128          872,796
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 137
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(6)
(9)
(6)
(4)
(6)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(3)
(1)
(9)
(11)
(3)
(3)
23,892
21,516
37,692
110,520
147,684
83,496
46,014
56,866
17,628
16,236
15,876
27,192
~4JMS38
9,198
14,784
13,068
35,724
10,788
84.762
87,222
12.852
17,616
16,350
7,884
(7)
49,158
(1)
6,060
(4)
22,842
12,636
(6)
33,930
38,722
3,637
(100)   1,131,483
25,000
85,000
10,000
4,500
7,000
4,500
9,100
1,276,583
2,000,000
LANDS SERVICE—Continued
Vote 129
Salaries:
Director of Lands
LANDS BRANCH
Assistant Director of Lands
Land Officer 6	
Land Officer 5 	
4 	
3 	
2 	
1 	
Land Officer
Land Officer
Land Officer
Land Officer
Engineer 4 __
Engineer 3
-(10)
-(15)
-(7)
-(2)
-(14)
Planning Officer 3 	
Environmental Ecologist (Biologist 4)
Biologist 3 	
(2)
-(2)
(3)
Technical Land Officer 3
Technical Land Officer 4
Technical Land Officer 2
Technical Land Officer 1
Senior Officer 1  (2)
Administrative Officer 4 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2   	
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
.....(4)
.... (2)
...(11)
-(17)
..._.(2)
.....(7)
.-..(2)
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance
Technician 2 	
Draughtsman 4 	
(9)
(7)
-(2)
(2)
-(5)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
013
016
029
032
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity 	
Printing and publications 	
Equipment and machinery
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Consulting fees,  expenses,  and contract
services 	
Total of Vote 129
Vote 130
31,000
27,000
2027182
271,359
106,898
24,310
147,278
19,461
14,427
40,020
20,496
18,600
16.368
38,832
44,028
50,000
19,584
17,916
16,368
58,554
26,424
123,828
173.400
17.904
56,700
15,096
10,752
10,200
84,672
59,556
15,816
17,574
38,760
149,024
10.920
15,300
10,788
(141)      2,021,695
40.500
185,000
22.269
6.000
7,000
11,300
43,100
32,000
2,368,864
PRE-SERVICING AND CROWN LAND DEVELOPMENT
Code No.
040   Expenditure   .      2,000,000
 L 138
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(7)
(2)
(3)
(8)
(13)
(5)
(46)
(2)
(8)
(20)
(1)
(3)
(7)
(6)
(1)
23,892
57,816
52,884
129,888
96,372
39,204
12,576
22,464
20,808
39,936
100,608
149.148
53,940
446,988
75,192
11,646
85,740
190,374
7,608
17,334
74,268
97684
12,576
23,376
65,220
22,620
39,732
22,854
15,516
10,788
9,684
34,608
17,010
7,884
21,318
5,610
38,896
(197) 2,066,062
15,000
7,500
12,000
600
250,000
38,000
11,000
492,392
29,300
15,000
250,000
35,000
10,000
50,000
75,000
3,356,854
LANDS SERVICE—Continued
Vote 131 SURVEYS AND MAPPING BRANCH
Salaries:
Surveyor General and Director of Surveys and
Mapping 	
Division Chief  (3)
Assistant Division Chief  (3)
Surveyor 2  (8)
Surveyor 1                 _.(5)
Pilot 2 	
-(3)
Air Survey Detachment Chief	
Communications Technician 4  	
Communications Technician 1 	
Instrument Maker  (2)
Air Survey Technician	
Technician 3
Technician 2 	
Technician  1  	
Draughtsman 4 	
Draughtsman 3  	
Draughtsman 2 	
Draughtsman 1  	
Mapping Assistant 4 .
Mapping Assistant 3 .
Mapping Assistant 2 _
Mapping Assistant 1 _
Engineering Assistant
Engineering Aide  	
Stockman 5 	
-(7)
-(7)
-(14)
-(6)
(39)
-(10)
(10)
-(12)
-(21)
-(2)
-(8)
-(3)
Photo-printer Technician 6 	
Photo-printer Technician 5  (2)
Photo-printer Technician 4
Photo-printer Technician 3
Photo-printer Technician 2
Photo-printer Technician 1
Research Officer 4	
Programmer Analyst 2 	
Driver   ...   	
Clerk 6     ...
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 ....	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ...
Clerk-Stenographer 3 ...
Clerk-Typist 1
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
016
021
024
027
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Gazetting of regulations 	
Equipment and machinery
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Mapping supplies	
Field operations ..1	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Provision of survey posts
Photo and reproduction supplies
Map printing 	
Map purchase	
Restoration surveys	
Special commitments 	
Total of Vote 131 	
27,596
66,213
58,384
143,396
73,301
49,824
12,576
7,608
22,464
13,392
127,632
116,256
185,472
80,352
483,156
108,336
90,390
156,336
242,520
21,792
10,044
98,208
28,584
12,072
16,608
28.608
97,092
31.836
48,816
36,240
20.496
13,788
8,640
12,444
'~4~6,~668
24,912
10,200
28,980
7,908
...... 300,000
(209)      2,969,140
19,550
12,500
10,900
600
202,200
49,800
15,000
792,800
27,700
18,000
350,000
56,000
15,000
50,000
82,000
(8)
-(3)
.(5)
(4)
(5)
(3)
(3)
4,671,190
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 139
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
17,628
9,684
7,884
6,900
13,992
11,556
9,840
9,480
25,740
8,880
33,480
16,356
14,904
70,560
414,408
68,620
(65)      739,912
4,350
2,000
3,200
184,400
7,500
2,200
10,000
115,000
15,000
125,000
12,000
31,100
275,000
1,526,662
902,842
602,237
21,573
10
Vote 132
Code No.
030   Salaries and expenses
Vote 133
LANDS SERVICE—Continued
COMPOSITE MAPPING
193,000
UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT LANDS ADMINISTRATION ACT
(R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 396, Sec. 3)
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 5 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Foreman-of-Work 1 .
General Tradesman ...
Gardener 3 	
Machine Operator 4
Labourer 2 	
Truck-driver	
Labourer 1 	
Fire Chief	
Assistant Fire Chief
Captain 	
Fire-fighter
Casual labour and temporary assistance
Salary contingency	
Expenses:
Code No.
21,180
12,072
8,952
87508
13,992
11,556
9,840
9,480
25,740
8,880
33,480
16,356
14,904
70,560
400,477
85,956
430,000
(65)      1,181,933
-(3)
-(4)
_-(5)
-(42)
001
202
004
006
009
015
016
020
021
028
029
031
033
401
402
752
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Heat, light, power, and water ...
Clothing and uniforms 	
Equipment rental
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Acquisition and construction of buildings
and works	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Superannuation contribution and BCMP
Golf course expenses	
.(Credit)
Less estimated revenue	
Less recoverable from University of British Columbia and Department of Education  (Credit)
Excess of disbursements over receipts
carried from fund (Credit)
Total of Vote 133	
4,900
4,050
1,300
208,500
16,950
2,200
11,000
139,000
19,100
90,000
23,000
36,500
1,738,433
819,063
814,475
104,885
10
 L 140
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
LANDS SERVICE—Continued
Vote 134
UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT LANDS GOLF COURSE
Code No.
030   Salaries and expenses         287,314
Vote 135
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
$9,375,723
Subtotal, Lands Service .
1,401,169
$15,606,158
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES L 141
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS, AND
WATER RESOURCES—Continued
FOREST SERVICE
 L 142
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(2)
(11)
(32)
(78)
(101)
(1)
(ID
(8)
$33,000
26,928
50,588
245,388
373,032
22,308
616,704
115,632
19,272
1,367,588
1,464,218
10,788
109,428
137,520
52,884
67,872
122,736
25,284
(2)
44,616
20,724
(4)
77,088
(9)
157,992
(20)
306,408
(10)
102,684
17,628
16,236
14,124
14,784
(1)
15,516
16,236
29,568
108,768
12,576
(29)
469,392
(113)
1,594,656
(47)
613,324
(48)
551,490
(1)
19,872
16,236
(2)
29,112
13,596
(1)
20,724
16,968
21,516
16,236
14,784
103,830
60,660
28,380
54,384
21,636
FOREST SERVICE
Vote 136
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, PROTECTION,
AND MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS
Salaries:
Associate Deputy Minister of Forests  $36,420
Chief Forester  32,004
Senior Officer 4 (3) 89,424
Senior Officer 3 (14) 442,000
Forester 6 (18) 432,600
Legal Officer 3  30,900
Forester 5 (31) 647,076
Forest Protection Officer 4 (6) 134,856
Forest Agrologist 6      	
Forester 4 (90) 1,721,760
Forester 3  (138) 1,900,032
Forester 2  (3 ) 43,272
Forester 1  (5) 55,440
Forest Protection Officer 3 (8) 163.752
Forest Agrologist 5 (3) 58,392
Forest Agrologist 4 (4) 74,928
Forest Agrologist 3 (12) 187,056
Forest Agrologist 1 (5) 51,600
Engineer 8       	
Engineer 7  	
Engineer 6  22,884
Engineer 5 (10) 212,760
Engineer 4 (4) 77,124
Engineer 3 (26) 416,832
Engineer Assistant (8) 84,096
Biologist 4  17,628
Biologist 1  10,404
Technician 5  17,628
Communication Technician 6  18,060
Communication Technician 5  14,124
Superintendent  (Forest Service Maintenance
Depot)   18,060
Agriculturist 3  (2) 34,248
Mechanical Superintendent 4  16,236
Mechanical Superintendent 3 (2) 29,568
Mechanical Superintendent 2 (8) 108,768
Mechanical Superintendent 1  12,576
Technical Forest Officer 4 (34) 647,184
Technical Forest Officer 3 (137) 2,266,656
Technical Forest Officer 2 (37) 570,612
Technical Forest Officer 1 (60) 862,800
Research Officer 5  16,968
Economist 3       	
Economist 2 (2) 36,840
Personnel Officer 6  23,000
Personnel Officer 4  18,750
Personnel Officer 3 (7) 113,500
Public Information Officer 3  16,368
Senior Officer 2 (3) 78,000
Senior Officer 1  21,000
Economist 1        	
Economist 4      	
Administrative Officer 4  19,584
Administrative Officer 3   17,064
Administrative Officer 2 (8) 130,944
Administrative Officer 1  (5) 73,080
Audit Accountant 4 (2) 37,488
Audit Accountant 3 (4) 69,696
Public Information Officer 2 (2) 30,336
Public Information Officer 1  11,484
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 143
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(6)
(15)
(ID
(35)
(2)
97,416
98,868
187,752
128,588
11,688
13,596
19,368
13,596
72,504
404,460
57,780
19,560
8,820
70,308
95,244
33,596
11,688
10,788
(10)
106,932
(17)
165,072
(27)
221,634
(3)
21,684
5,688
(2)
24,264
(2)
21,012
(4)
44,160
(6)
47,520
(3)
28,692
(7)
88,032
(14)
157,958
(2)
19,380
9,048
(4)
37,392
(2)
18,082
(49)
524,676
(205)
2,024,520
(192)
1,687.428
(191)
1,445,280
(11)
68,352
211,038
(21)
199.416
(46)
377,766
(57)
399.120
(59)
349,820
(10)
53,550
9,048
(20)
62,520
142,338
Vote 136 FOREST SERVICE—Continued
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, PROTECTION, AND
MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Technician 4 (Engineering)  (8) 129,888
Technician3 (Survey and Engineering)  (7) 98,868
Technician 2 (Engineering)  (25) 314,400
Technician 1 (Engineering)  (14) 163,632
Technician Draughtsman        	
Property Negotiator 3  16,368
Property Negotiator 1  25,176
Assistant Superintendent (Forest Service Maintenance Depot)   13,596
Foreman (Forest Service Maintenance Depot)
 ( 6) 72,504
General Tradesman (Forest Service Maintenance
Depot)  (37) 427,572
Utility Tradesman (5) 57,780
Auto  Mechanic   (Forest  Service  Maintenance
Depot)       	
Assistant Mechanic  	
Mechanic Helper (apprentice)  (4) 33,360
Stockman 6 (7) 85,416
Stockman 5 (10) 120,720
Stockman 3 (4) 43,006
Photographer 4  11,688
Photographer 3  10,788
Photographer 2  10,044
Draughtsman 4 (9) 97,092
Draughtsman 3 (18) 179,172
Draughtsman 2 (32) 277,812
Draughtsman 1 (2) 19,056
Photographic Technician 3  . 8,160
Mapping Assistant 1 (5) 32,400
Mapping Assistant 2  8,724
Programmer Analyst 3  (5) 75,840
Programmer Analyst 2  12,504
Launch Captain and Engineer       	
Acting Launch Engineer (five-day week) . (7) 71,520
Acting Launch Captain (five-day week)  (1) 11,340
Acting Launch Captain (3) 36,936
Minor Vessel Captain 1  (5) 71,040
Communications Technician 4 (8) 100,608
Communications Technician 3  (15) 173,316
Communications Technician 2  (3) 30,132
Communications Technician 1   7,608
Laboratory Technician 2 (2) 23,928
Radio Operator 2 (5) 46,740
Radio Operator 1   8,724
Forest Assistant 5 (46) 621,984
Forest Assistant 4 (215) 2,670,948
Forest Assistant 3  (182) 2,115,372
Forest Assistant 2 (146) 1,547,064
Forest Assistant 1  (9) 84,672
Laboratory Scientist 2  12,132
Clerk 6 (20) 264,240
Clerk 5 (25) 299,160
Clerk 4 (48) 517,188
Clerk 3 (71) 678,468
Clerk 2 (83) 704,388
Clerk 1  (13) 102,912
Secretary to Deputy Minister  11,400
Clerk-Stenographer 5   .. 10,752
Clerk-Stenographer 4 (8) 81,600
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (24) 228,888
 L 144
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,197.6
(31)
207,828
(2)
11,796
(19)
128,488
(16)
87,816
18,120
(1)
8,640
(1)
8,280
6,582
6,480
(3)
36,036
79,464
65,376
13,992
11,688
(3)
35,508
(10)
122,460
10,692
10,968
20,736
21,588
(3)
30,708
(2)
19,440
(18)
208,008
(5)
44,100
(1)
6,348
11,952
(3)
34,452
(4)
45,408
(7)
76,692
(10)
102,960
(2)
19,580
(2)
16,680
(2)
21,912
(6)
61,776
(1)
12,744
78,120
(4)
377200
(19)
190,608
69,300
38,640
(4)
37,920
(8)
71,520
(7)
61,740
(1)
9,720
(168)
1,495,248
(23)
191,820
(3)
24,058
56,088
87,696
8,900
(12)
118,416
7,620
(5)
47,700
6,900
(2)
16,560
FOREST SERVICE—Continued
Vote 136
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, PROTECTION, AND
MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (34) 303,936
Clerk-Stenographer 1      	
Clerk-Typist 2 (20) 175,176
Clerk-Typist 1  (18) 143,712
Building Maintenance Man (2) 18,120
Driver (Forest Service Maintenance Depot)..(2) 17,280
Building Security Officer 1 (3) 30,240
Office Equipment Operator 3  9,660
Switchboard Operator 2  8,736
Road Foreman 4 (6) 72,072
Road Foreman 3 . (7) 79,464
Road Foreman 2 (6) 65,376
Works Foreman 1  13,992
Painter Foreman 1  11,688
Carpenter Foreman 2  (8) 99,264
Carpenter Foreman 1  (5) 60,420
Bridge Foreman 1   10,692
Construction Foreman 2  10,896
Construction Foreman 1 (five-day week) (2) 20,736
Foreman 2 (five-day week) (2) 21,384
Foreman 1 (five-day week)   (4) 40,944
Assistant Foreman (five-day week)  9,720
Carpenter (22) 254,232
Rough Carpenter (11) 97,020
Apprentice Carpenter (2) 17,334
Gardener 1   8,580
Mechanic 6  11,952
Mechanic 5 (2) 22,968
Mechanic 4 (6) 68,112
Mechanic 3 (9) 98,604
Mechanic 2 (13) 133,848
Mechanic 1  (3) 29,340
Mechanic Helper (3) 25,020
Apprentice Mechanic 3 (3) 23,166
Apprentice Mechanic 2 (4) 26,768
Electrician  (2) 25,488
Painter  (7) 78,120
Bridgeman 3  10,236
Bridgeman 2  9,420
Machine Operator 7 (21) 210,672
Machine Operator 6 (7) 69,300
Machine Operator 5  (4) 38,640
Machine Operator 4 (14) 132,720
Machine Operator 3  (5) 44,700
Machine Operator 2 (10) 88,200
Powderman 2 (3) 29,160
Official Scalers (160) 1,857,144
Labourer 1 (17) 141,780
Flunkey (six-day week)  (6) 53,568
Flunkey (five-day week)  (2) 14,088
Engineering Aide 3 (6) 56,088
Engineering Aide 2 (11) 92,664
Engineering Aide 1  7,128
Cook 2  10,296
Cook 2 (five-day week) (6) 51,480
Cook-Deckhand   8,880
Cook 1 (six-day week) (4) 39,456
Snag Fallers (4) 38,160
Launch Deckhand  9,084
Building Security Officer      	
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 145
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(5)
(6)
(5)
(4)
(13)
(13)
(4)
(4)
48,420
50,544
51,480
45,552
28,584
77,028
70,260
23,232
7,128
25,716
452,471
35,000
(2,262) 24,610,489
420,000
660,756
90,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
2,000,000
400,000
540,000
800,000
1,429,000
30,000
1,000,000
500,000
55,000
1,515,000
1,757,738
255,000
10,000
545,000
36,917,983
13,800
46,960
40,280
381,780
36,000
303,670
991,000
128,800
1,000
9,616,638
686,850
677,830
12,924,608
FOREST SERVICE—Continued
Vote 136
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, PROTECTION, AND
MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Construction Accountant   (6)
Timekeeper 2  (3)
Timekeeper 1 	
Camp Construction Crewman (5)
Survey Assistant 4 (3)
Survey Assistant 3  (3)
Survey Assistant 2 - (9)
Survey Assistant 1
Mapping Assistant 1	
Key-punch Operator 3	
Key-punch Operator 2	
Temporary assistance	
Special living and isolation allowance ,
-(H)
-(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
031
202
004
006
007
009
015
016
017
020
021
022
028
029
030
032
033
038
041
042
Office expense 	
Moving expense on transfer.
Travelling expense
Office furniture and equipment.
Heat, light, power, and water	
Gazette and press legal notices.
Clothing and uniforms	
Equipment rental (aircraft) 	
Equipment and machinery .
Purchase and maintenance of radio equipment	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds —
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Property taxes on staff residences .
72,432
32,256
9,660
51,480
28,044
22,824
58,320
62,568
9,660
19,200
1,000,880
  306,080
(2,418)    31,983,608
508,290
400,000
1,086,740
207,800
239,600
50,000
60,000
2,410,000
560,000
Acquisition or construction of buildings
and works	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Wages and expenses, seasonal staff.
Weight-scaling—wages and expenses .
Hazard abatement.
Insect and disease control	
Harvesting   licence  fire-fighting   standby
668,800
1,074,230
1,936,370
35,000
1,495,000
600,000
75,000
1,775,551
2,725,584
300,000
10,000
600,000
Total of Vote 136	
$48,801,573
Vote 137
Code No.
001
006
202
016
020
021
028
REFORESTATION AND FOREST NURSERY
Office expense	
Heat, light, power, and water.
Travelling expense
Equipment and machinery .
029
030
031
032
033
034
Maintenance of buildings and grounds .—
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Acquisition or construction of buildings
and works 	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Forest nurseries and planting	
Plantation improvements.
Regeneration surveys and prescriptions .
Silviculture projects	
Total of Vote 137	
22,500
64,800
83,900
953,900
124,800
600,000
700,000
348,000
1,000
13,664,300
823,900
1,718,000
708,660
19,813,760
10
 L 146
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
22,500
5,000
5,000
32,500
5,100
3,000
16,100
8,500
25,000
25,000
29,500
15,000
546,884
674,084
5,500
15,000
75,000
80,000
3,000
100
2,200
250
181,050
500
500
4,200
5,500
5,500
12,000
2,000
2,500
4,000
3,000
4,200
16,800
60,200
FOREST SERVICE—Continued
Vote 138
FORESTRY AND CORRECTION CAMP PROGRAM
Code No.
016 Equipment and machinery   14,000
031 Projects   7,000
033 Stand treatment survey  7,000
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment. 50,000
Total of Vote 138 .
Vote 139
Code No.
001    Office expense
FOREST RESEARCH
78,000
202
006
010
016
020
021
029
031
033
Travelling expense	
Heat, light, power, and water.
Provisions and catering
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Projects 	
Forest productivity	
5,100
4,000
18,000
9,300
25,000
25,000
39,250
30,000
660,128
900,000
Total of Vote 139       1,715,778
Vote 140
PUBLIC INFORMATION AND EDUCATION
Office expense
Code No.
001
202   Travelling expense
007
013
016
020
029
030
Advertising and publicity	
Printing and publications	
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidents and contingencies	
6,050
20,000
113,390
90,150
11,000
100
2,420
300
Total of Vote 140
Vote 141
Salaries:
Seasonal staff
FOREST SERVICE TRAINING-SCHOOL
243,410
13,319
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
006
010
011
016
020
021
029
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Heat; light, power, and water
Provisions and catering .
Laundry and dry-goods
Equipment and machinery	
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment..
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Lecture and course fees	
13,319
18,200
25,000
6,600
25,000
3,000
7,500
8,000
4,000
10,000
93,000
Total of Vote 141
213,619
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 147
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
30,000
18,000
81,000
17,000
17,500
32,500
72,000
3,228,772
350,000
30,000
48,600
7,600
140,000
4,042,972
4,000,000
54,500
35,000
260,000
1,543,952
175,000
2,000
10,000
2,080,452
(63)
(30)
(9)
(31)
(2)
(2)
19,272
17,628
381,348
819,666
329,436
88,704
257,940
13,068
10,788
9,684
42,120
87,600
12,348
10,740
7,368
5,532
12,132
Vote 142
Code No.
019 Grant
Vote 143
FOREST SERVICE—Continued
GRANT TO CANADIAN FORESTRY
ASSOCIATION
Code No.
001
202
006
016
020
021
026
027
028
029
030
031
ENGINEERING SERVICES AND FOREST-
DEVELOPMENT ROADS
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Heat, light, power, and water .
Equipment and machinery
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Maintenance and operation of equipment..
Forest-development roads	
Engineering surveys .
Acquisition or construction of buildings
and works	
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Marine service maintenance	
Total of Vote 143
Vote 144
Code No.
030   Expenditure
Vote 145
Code No.
001    Office expense
FIRE SUPPRESSION
FOREST INVENTORY
202
016
027
029
030
031
Travelling expense	
Equipment and machinery
Field survey expenses
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
Incidentals and contingencies _
Special projects	
Total of Vote 145
Vote 146
SCALING FUND
Salaries:
Superintendent of Scaling, Coast Region	
Assistant Superintendent of Scaling
Technical Forest Officer 5 (27)
Technical Forest Officer 4	
Technical Forest Officer 2 (88)
Forest Assistant 5 (17)
Official Scaler (30)
Data Processing Operator 7	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 1_
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2
-(5)
-(12)
-(3)
28,000
150,000
24,000
23,500
43,000
90,000
5,210,554
217,200
140,000
70,000
8,000
175,000
76,935
64,000
262,500
2,554,240
59,000
2,000
20,000
Programmer Analyst 3 .
25,000
20,652
452,304
1,371,744
230,316
358,920
15,996
13,212
12,072
53,760
115,920
8,736
24,300
9,660
8,952
15,168
35,000
6,179,215
5,000,000
3,038,675
 L 148
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
10,788
(2)
(14)
15,732
8,160
67,956
86,628
7,368
12,312
14,904
257,636
1,980
(221) 2,608,838
410,000
170,000
3,188,838
3,188,828
10
25,000
900
10,000
3,325
50,000
7,750
162,080
240,797
950,000
1,449,852
600,000
355,000
24,000
FOREST SERVICE—Continued
Vote 146
SCALING FUND—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Programmer Analyst 2  13,788
Programmer Analyst 1      	
Data Processing Operator 3
Key-punch Operator 4	
Key-punch Operator 3	
Key-punch Operator 2	
Key-punch Operator 1
Office Equipment Operator 2
Acting Launch Captain	
Launch Deckhand	
Temporary assistance
-(10)
(11)
-(2)
-(2)
Special living allowance or isolation allowance.
11,412
10,488
96,600
100,848
17,016
8,736
14,940
18,168
392,637
20,000
Expenses:
Code No.
202   Travelling expense
030   General expense
401    Less scaling fees (Credit)
Total of Vote 146 	
(221)      3,441,345
500,000
160,000
4,101,345
4,101,335
SILVICULTURE
Code No.
202   Travelling expense	
006   Heat, light, power, and water .	
016   Equipment and machinery .
020 Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
031 Projects	
032 Stand treatment	
033 Forest productivity
(Vote transferred to Reforestation and Research
Votes) 	
Vote 147
PUBLIC RECREATION IN FOREST AREAS
Code No.
031    Maintenance, operation, and development of facilities ..
Vote 148
GRAZING RANGE IMPROVEMENT FUND
(Grazing Act, R.S.B.C. 1960, Sec. 13)
Code No.
031   Range-improvement projects	
Vote 149
PEACE RIVER COMMUNITY PASTURES
Code No.
031    Expenditure 	
10
900,000
600,000
24,000
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 149
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(6)
(1)
(10)
(6)
(2)
(2)
(4)
(1)
(7)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(6)
(5)
(1)
(2)
12,012
22,704
32,688
11,952
11,352
32,868
20,592
8,340
60,192
9,900
94,800
52,920
21,384
9,900
11,556
20.592
37,812
9,348
58,968
19,368
22,080
8,820
25,020
53,568
42,120
7,368
11,376
(77)  729,600
2,898,400
3,628,000
3,627,990
10
$63,372,721
FOREST SERVICE—Continued
Vote 150
RESERVOIR WATERWAY IMPROVEMENTS
Salaries:
Road Foreman 4      	
Road Foreman 3 (2) 34,600
Road Foreman 2 (3) 49,816
Mechanic 6  18,214
Mechanic 4 .      	
Mechanic 3	
Mechanic 2	
Mechanic 1 	
Mechanic Helper	
Technician 2	
-(2)
-(2)
Machine Operator 7	
Machine Operator 6	
Machine Operator 4	
Machine Operator 2	
Machine Operator 1	
Foreman 2 (five-day week)
Foreman 1 (five-day week) .
Utility Tradesman
-(3)
-(2)
Cook 2 (six-day week) ...
Cook 1 (six-day week) _
Engineering Aide 3 	
Engineering Aide 2 .
Construction Accountant.
Acting Launch Captain _
Rough Carpenter	
Labourer	
Flunkey	
Timekeeper 2	
Timekeeper 1
(2)
_(2)
-(6)
Survey Assistant 1
Expenses:
Code No.
030   All other expenditure
Less chargeable to British Columbia Hydro
and Power Authority (Credit)
Total of Vote 150
Vote 151
Code No.
901    Expenditure
33,393
15,691
14,904
25,420
19,165
45,896
"287895
12,993
16,294
15,599
17,611
15,691
15,032
"22~457
12,072
27,212
64,512
(35)   505,467
   4,783,580
5,289,047
5,289,037
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
10
Subtotal, Forest Service .
7,917,269
$94,560,319
  LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 151
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS, AND
WATER RESOURCES Continued
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE
 L 152
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(3)
(12)
(14)
(6)
(1)
(6)
(4)
(8)
$33,000
25,284
15,516
10,404
11,232
8,574
7,368
(7)  111,378
2,000
7,000
2,000
4,000
25,000
36,000
187,378
26,004
21,516
41,448
57,816
210,216
197,760
16,236
73,482
12,576
66,840
38,022
12,576
9,684
8,424
21,192
39,816
29,952
17,628
14,784
13,068
24,264
17,628
24,300
38,100
41,304
32,592
11,466
10,728
7,884
57,216
12,132
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE
Vote 152
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Associate Deputy Minister of Water Resources
Senior Officer 4
Senior Officer 1
Economist 1
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 2 _
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk 3 	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
005
013
030
031
(2)
(8)
$36,430
30,360
16,992
14,676
15,168
11,400
17,568
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Consultant fees and expenses _.
Printing and publications
Conference re pollution control	
Pollution Control Board allowances and
expenses 	
142,594
3,000
7,000
3,000
4,000
25,000
20,000
Total of Vote 152
Vote 153
WATER RIGHTS BRANCH
Salaries:
Comptroller of Water Rights  30,360
Deputy Comptroller of Water Rights and Departmental Solicitor  25,940
Senior Officer 2  (2) 48,567
Engineer 5 (7) 148,934
Engineer 4 (9) 174,019
Engineer 3  (15) 244,214
Technician 4 (Engineering)   16,236
Technician 3 (Engineering)  (5) 68,244
Technician 2 (Engineering)  (2) 23,808
Technician 1 (Engineering)  (16) 171,792
Engineering Assistant (4) 39,330
Technician 2 (Draughting)   12,576
Engineering Aide 3  8,724
Engineering Aide 2  8,424
Draughtsman 4 (2) 21,576
Draughtsman 3  (4) 40,176
Draughtsman 2  (4) 30,744
Administrative Officer 5   17,916
Administrative Officer 3   17,916
Administrative Officer 2   16,368
Administrative Officer 1  (2) 29,844
Audit Accountant 5  17,064
Audit Accountant 3 (2) 30,600
Clerk 6  (2) 24,624
Clerk 5  (2) 22,824
Clerk 4  (5) 53,496
Clerk 3  (5) 44,670
Clerk 2  (2) 15,954
Clerk 1  (2) 15,252
Clerk-Stenographer 4  10,200
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (9) 83,892
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2) 16,836
$204,594
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 153
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(4)
12,846
11,928
16,000
600
(105)   1,248,028
30,000
85,000
7,500
6,000
8,840
1,000
34,000
1,000
8,000
1,429,368
25,000
52,750
21,516
17,628
6,684
5,364
51,192
1,500
4,500
57,192
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE—Continued
Vote 153
WATER RIGHTS BRANCH—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1	
-(2)
Temporary assistance _.
Special living allowance.
16,860
7,908
143,000
1,080
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense.
202
004
013
016
021
029
030
031
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Public hearings	
Total of Vote 153	
(117)  1,699,968
45,000
140,000
13,050
6,000
9,800
1,000
36,000
1,000
8,000
1,959,818
Vote 154
ASSISTANCE TO IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS
Code No.
040   Expenditure 	
Vote 155
CANADIAN COUNCIL OF RESOURCE MINISTERS
Code No.
030    British Columbia Contribution to Council 	
25,000
40,000
Vote 156
Salaries:
Inspector of Dykes
Engineer 4	
Clerk 3 	
INSPECTOR OF DYKES
Clerk-Typist 1
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense.
21,936
19,461
9,408
7,752
(4)
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment
58,557
2,000
6,500
3,000
Total of Vote 156 .
70,057
 L 154
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
25,284
41,448
* (6)
(16)
(17)
115,632
279,300
238,692
(1)
10,224
11,010
13,596
19,272
(11)
55,440
194,748
121,584
(1)
17,628
14,124
11,232
(6)
57,347
(6)
(4)
(1)
50,940
30,762
12,354
75,324
36,654
67924
13,068
(2)
9,684
6,582
12,258
5,532
8,424
7,014
(3)
16,752
5,000
(120)
1,523,833
26,000
56,000
10,000
22,000
2,500
25,000
1,000
1,666,333
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE—Continued
Vote 157
Salaries:
Director  	
Assistant Director
Senior Officer 2 ...
WATER INVESTIGATIONS BRANCH
Engineer
Engineer
Engineer
Engineer
Engineer
-(4)
-(7)
(20)
(18)
-(3)
-(5)
Geologist 2	
Planning Officer 2 	
Hydro Meteorologist	
Agriculturist 3 	
Technician 3 (Engineering)  (4)
Technician 2 (Engineering)  (16)
Technician 1 (Engineering)  (10)
Biologist 5 	
Biologist 4	
Biologist 3 	
Biologist 2 	
Biologist 1 	
Engineering Assistant	
Field Survey Assistant 2
Engineering Aide 3 	
Engineering Aide 2 	
Programmer Analyst 3 _
Draughtsman 4 	
Draughtsman 3 	
Draughtsman 2 	
Draughtsman 1
-(7)
-(8)
~(2)
(7)
_(4)
Administrative Officer 2
Research Officer 3 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3     	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 ..      	
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1
Temporary assistance
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
(2)
202
004
016
021
029
030
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Equipment and machinery
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 157 	
27,600
24,288
88,236
134,904
351,570
259,350
35,730
"11,232
15,516
23,184
13,596
56,496
197,652
112,596
19,272
17,628
70,290
11,688
9,048
67,494
~697l62
15,792
""757715
37,662
7,884
5,688
16,368
12,822
12,072
9,288
24,942
7,668
10,752
9,660
8,100
16,008
145,436
(140)      2,032,389
35,000
73,000
16,000
28,000
4,000
36,000
2,500
2,226,889
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 155
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
716,705
850,000
95,782
1,662,487
300,000
95,000
12,600,000
20,000
50,000
12,670,000
170,000
30,000
200,000
(1)
(1)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
14,376
9,348
10,764
37,560
10,296
9,048
10,404
8,940
58,043
(11)  168,779
1,000
700
55,000
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE—Continued
Vote 158
INVESTIGATIONS, HYDRAULIC SURVEYS, AND PROIECTS
Code No.
Investigations and hydraulic surveys       1,083,000
Erosion, stream-clearing, and water construction projects   850,000
000   ARDA and other projects  100,000
Total of Vote 158       2,033,000
Vote 159
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY STUDIES
Code No.
030   Expenditure          380,000
Vote 160
Code No.
020    Expenditure
OKANAGAN FLOOD CONTROL
105,000
Vote 161
CANADA-BRITISH COLUMBIA IOINT DEVELOPMENT ACT
Code No.
032   Fraser River Program     14,460,000
Okanagan Basin Program         125,000
Miscellaneous studies  40,000
033
034
Total of Vote 161
14,625,000
Vote 162
B.C. HYDROMETRIC STREAM-GAUGING
Code No.
030 Stream-gauging   482,000
031 Water-quality network   40,000
Total of Vote 162
Vote 163
SOUTHERN
Salaries:
Project Supervisor	
Clerk 4 	
Foreman 	
Ditch-rider	
OKANAGAN LANDS PROIECT
522,000
Heavy-duty Mechanic .
Stockman 4	
Engineering Assistant
Tractor Operator 1
Casual and seasonal labour
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
W A VJL11VU       U/VC^UUV      	
202    Travelling expense	
006   Heat, light, power, and water
 L 156
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(10)
(28)
(8)
(2)
(6)
(3)
(1)
(15)
(10)
(2)
(17)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(7)
(8)
300
5,000
15,000
9,600
3,000
104,412
362,791
26,004
44,616
82,044
188,124
354,378
394,788
124,938
81,084
18,420
33,570
84,618
32,202
8,724
11,010
40,788
167,208
103,860
27,984
158,610
24,888
9,684
15,492
11;01O
11,910
18,240
22,344
19,962
17,334
10,488
7,488
46,920
49,518
11,310
6,480
5,964
22,878
6,000
2,460
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE—Continued
Vote 163
SOUTHERN OKANAGAN LANDS PROJECT— Continued
Expenses—Continued
Code No.
007   Advertising and publicity      	
015    Equipment rental      	
020 Maintenance and operation of irrigation
system      	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment     	
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories      	
031    Payment to Southern Okanagan Lands Irrigation District
034   Salaries and expenses
Total of Vote 163	
POLLUTION CONTROL
Vote 164
Salaries:
Director of Pollution Control	
Deputy Director of Polution Control.
Engineer 6 ,	
Engineer 5	
Engineer 4	
Engineer 3	
Engineer 2	
Engineer 1 __.
Biologist 5	
Biologist 4	
Biologist 3	
Biologist 2 .	
Biologist 1	
Agriculturist 2	
Technician 3	
Technician 2 .	
Technician 1
-(2)
-(4)
-(14)
(21)
-(34)
-(3)
-(3)
-(5)
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 4	
Engineering Assistant
Engineer Aide 3	
Draughtsman 3 	
Draughtsman 2 	
Draughtsman 1	
_(3)
-(9)
(9)
-(20)
--(3)
Laboratory Scientist 2
Administrative Officer
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Switchboard Operator 2.
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
-(3)
(3)
-(2)
-(4)
-(8)
-(3)
-(2)
Temporary assistance	
Special living allowance
-(4)
20,000
30,910
49,680
91,517
291,840
382,887
527,423
36,965
33,080
19,272
71)880
11,010
9,864
"477844
107,892
94,770
18,774
14,454
189,966
24,342
10,044
8,160
15,168
23,796
30,744
27,408
16,506
30,348
10,344
75,906
25,044
16,200
8,736
8,622
32,820
338,860
3,672
20,000
(191)   2,303,340
(173)      2,730,748
 LANDS, FORESTS, AND WATER RESOURCES
L 157
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(5)
(2)
75,000
250,000
4,580
5,000
9,500
8,800
195,000
10,000
42,700
20,000
100,000
3,023,920
11,232
91,164
102,396
400,000
502,396
19,272
16,236
15,516
26,172
60,714
44,142
10,788
11,010
99,342
167,478
6,684
17,922
37,440
7,608
6,792
5,286
11,478
7,014
15,000
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE—Continued
Vote 164
POLLUTION CONTROL— Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense .
202 -
004
007
013
015
016
021
029
030
032
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity	
Printing and publications	
Equipment rental
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Water-quality surveys and consultant services 	
Total of Vote 164	
108,300
287,206
10,000
5,000
9,500
15,500
268,400
65,330
45,000
21,750
75,000
(62)      585,894
Vote 165
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION (SAM)
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 1  15,168
Temporary assistance .  154,420
Expenses:
Code No.
030   Equipment,   operating   costs,   travel   expenses 	
Total of Vote 165 	
169,588
563,780
Vote 166
Salaries:
Senior Officer 2 	
Laboratory Scientist 7 	
Laboratory Scientist 5 	
Laboratory Scientist 4	
Laboratory Scientist 3	
Laboratory Scientist 2	
Technician 2 (Engineering)
Laboratory Technician 4	
Laboratory Technician 3 	
Laboratory Technician 2	
Laboratory Assistant 2	
Engineering Assistant 	
Laboratory Aide	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 2 	
LABORATORY SERVICES
-(2)
(6)
-(4)
(11)
-(20)
-(2)
(6)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Stockman 2	
Temporary assistance
(63)
24,290
17,628
15,516
27,192
74,256
45,390
12,576
13,548
136,104
230,454
9,768
23,718
53,640
10,344
8,202
9,534
8,406
7,584
9,408
249,069
986,627
3,641,734
733,368
 L 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
17,500
12,000
10,000
3,200
135,000
20,000
125,000
4,500
50,000
963,094
23,197,709
$95,946,153
WATER RESOURCES SERVICE—Continued
Vote 166
Expenses:
Code No.
LABORATORY SERVICES—Continued
001
202
004
011
016
021
024
029
032
030
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Laundry and dry-goods
Equipment and machinery 	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Supplies and services	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Rental and leasehold improvements
Incidentals and contingencies	
24,500
21,000
11,000
4,000
162,000
30,000
150,000
135,000
2,000
Total of Vote 166
Vote 167
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Subtotal, Water Resources Service
Total, Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Re-
1,526,127
1,720,936
29,833,523
-$140,000,000
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES L 159
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND  PETROLEUM
RESOURCES
Summary
Estimated,     Vote Estimates,
1974/75        No. 1975/76
$ $
68,724    168    Minister's Office  103,728
3,458,716    169    General Administration  7,374,772
41,500    170    Grants and Subsidies  71,500
800,000    171    Grants in Aid of Mining Roads and Trails  800,000
150,000    172    Grants in Aid of Roads and Trails, Petroleum and Natural Gas  150,000
100,000    173    Prospectors' Assistance  300,000
200,000    174   Special Mineral Surveys  200,000
— 175   Reclamation Research  50,000
— 176   Special Mineral Studies  225,000
— 177    Mineral Exploration Fund  325,000
4,818,940 Total of Department  9,600,000
 L 160
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,. 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(7)
(5)
(4)
(5)
(7)
(5)
$24,000
17,620
11,232
6,372
59,224
2,500
7,000
68,724
36,000
23,172
21,516
18,420
16,236
24,264
33,936
19,368
14,784
13,596
35,844
35,688
23,976
14,736
5,532
9,048
13,748
27,600
28,000
19,272
50,568
139,434
96,360
70,182
54,882
41,448
94,056
118,572
74,064
13,596
25,200
12,132
14,784
13,068
12,132
97684
9,048
17,628
Vote 168
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Ministerial Executive Assistant	
Secretary 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Temporary assistance	
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense
(4)
$24,000
17,620
12,420
8,952
8,736
71,728
25,000
7,000
Total of Vote 168
Vote 169
Salaries:
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Executive and General
Deputy Minister of Mines and Petroleum Re-
Program Manager 3 .
Program Manager 2
Economist 2 	
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 1
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 2	
Audit Accountant 4	
Audit Accountant 3	
Clerk 6 	
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Secretary to Deputy Minister.
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .	
Clerk-Typist 1	
-(2)
(5)
-(4)
(3)
(4)
(3)
-(3)
-(7)
Mineral Resources
Associate Deputy Minister
Program Manager 3	
Program Manager 1	
Engineer 6	
Engineer 5	
Engineer 4	
Engineer 3	
Geologist 6	
Geologist 5	
Geologist 4	
Geologist 3	
-(2)
Laboratory Scientist 5 _
Laboratory Scientist 3 _
Laboratory Scientist 2 _
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2	
Research Officer 1
-(4)
-(12)
-(4)
-(3)
-(2)
-(7)
-(5)
-(7)
-(2)
Engineering Technician 5
43,044
28,000
24,000
19,524
19,584
29,844
42,014
26,448
17,916
30,336
61,152
45,648
29,332
35,160
24,036
11,400
9,168
27,996
58,944
7,584
32,004
62,000
25,000
91,536
251,952
92,712
43,272
45,768
146,720
90,372
119,580
19,524
33,900
15,300
17,916
16,368
15,168
16,068
13,224
12,000
$103,728
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
L 161
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(3)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(2)
Vote 169
(1)
11,688
(1)
12,576
(4)
40,368
(5)
58,212
9,684
9,348
16,320
8,724
10,044
(2)
19,908
(3)
25,320
30,516
9,348
31,728
(5)
34,632
(8)
49,326
5,364
(4)
31,536
(4)
27,438
(7)
43,956
(2)
12,222
(8)
45,684
28,000
20,724
62,172
65,820
15,516
20,724
53,208
31,032
15,516
14,124
83,628
9,048
15,552
14,784
9,048
8,886
8,424
20,424
23,940
10,044
23,136
5,532
15,768
6,372
6,162
10,896
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Mineral Resources—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Engineering Technician 3 (3)
Engineering Technician 2 (7)
Engineering Technician 1 (6)
Co-ordinator of Rescue Training (6)
Laboratory Technician 4	
Laboratory Technician 3  	
Laboratory Technician 2 (2)
Laboratory Technician 1	
Engineering Assistant	
Engineering Aide 1	
Draughtsman 4 (2)
Draughtsman 3	
Draughtsman 2	
Draughtsman 1	
Clerk 5	
(6)
-(5)
Clerk 4 (4)
Clerk 3 (4)
Clerk 2 (12)
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (6)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (11)
Clerk-Typist 2 (4)
Clerk-Typist 1  (11)
Petroleum Resources
Associate Deputy Minister	
Program Manager 2 (3)
Engineer 6 (2)
Engineer 5 (2)
Engineer 4 (2)
Engineer 3	
Geologist 6	
Geologist 5 (4)
Geologist 4 (4)
Geologist 3  (2)
Engineering Technician 3	
Engineering Technician 2 (7)
Engineering Technician 1	
Engineering Aide 3	
Engineering Aide 2 (2)
Engineering Assistant	
Administrative Officer 3	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5 (2)
Clerk 4 (2)
Clerk 3  (3)
Clerk 2 (5 )
Draughtsman 4	
Draughtsman 3	
Draughtsman 2 (3)
Draughtsman 1 (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 1  (3)
36,708
79,968
61,476
81,624
12,444
11,724
20,928
10,764
10,044
9,060
25,956
11,208
60,936
43,200
12,072
41,652
37,224
100,476
7,428
10,752
30,600
56,064
93,276
32,664
86,964
32,004
79,500
45,768
42,552
36,588
14,424
81,420
68,568
31,548
14,124
83,900
9,684
11,844
21,252
10,044
15,168
"217216
19,572
26,652
41,112
13,392
10,584
31,212
17,280
10,752
9,168
9,408
8,736
23,088
11
 L 162
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
85,500
4,220
(207)   2,533,716
90,000
210,000
36,500
24.000
62,500
22.000
45,000
325,000
100.000
5,500
4,500
3,458,716
41,500
800.000
150,000
100,000
200.000
$4,818,940
Vote 169
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued All Branches
Temporary assistance  80,000
Special living allowance  8,292
Salary contingency        1,398,444
(266)      5,064,022
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  134,000
202    Travelling expense  313,600
004    Office furniture and equipment  133,000
007   Advertising   129,000
013    Printing and publications  110,000
018 Books, bindings, and periodicals  23,100
024    Laboratory expense   106,700
027    Field expense  805,700
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  304,150
030 Incidentals and contingencies  5,500
033 Mediation and Arbitration Board  91,000
034 Mineral Land Tax Review Board  35,000
035 Employee training and benefits  40,000
036 Employee recruitment and relocation al
lowances   80,000
Total of Vote 169       7,374,772
Vote 170 GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES
Code No.
019 Grants  71,500
Vote 171 GRANTS IN AID OF MINING ROADS
AND TRAILS
Code No.
019    Grants         800,000
Vote 172       GRANTS IN AID OF ROADS AND TRAILS,
PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS
Code No.
019    Grants   150,000
Vote 173 PROSPECTORS' ASSISTANCE
Code No.
030   Expenditure          300,000
Vote 174                    SPECIAL MINERAL SURVEYS
Code No.
030   Expenditure          200,000
Vote 175
RECLAMATION RESEARCH
Code No.
037 Expenditure   50,000
Vote 176
SPECIAL MINERAL STUDIES
Code No.
038 Expenditure          225,000
Vote 177
MINERAL EXPLORATION FUND
Code No.
039 Expenditure         325,000
Total, Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources   $9,600,000
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
L 163
DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Estimated,
Vote
1974/75
No.
$
71,744
178
476,524
179
139,940
180
2,000,000
181
500,000
182
1,423,000
183
76,900,000
184
185
264,064
186
75,000
187
188
81,850,272
Summary
Minister's Office 	
General Administration	
Transit Services Division	
Metropolitan Transit Subsidy
Provincial Rapid Transit Act .
Grants and Subsidies	
Grants in Aid of Local Government and Home-owner Subsidies
Islands Trust	
Planning Service Division	
Sewerage Facilities Assistance Act
Salary Contingency	
Total of Department
Estimates,
1975/76
76,172
698,462
725,930
2,000,000
600,000
6,193,000
82,900,000
236,552
448,684
6,000,000
537,200
100,416,000
 L 164
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
$24,000
17,628
11,232
7,884
(4)        60,744
2,500
7,000
1,500
71,744
(2)
(2)
(5)
(2)
(2)
61,000
42,636
17,628
477622
65,934
24,078
20,448
14,124
12,822
10,788
(2)
14,822
(2)
(3)
9,048
15,492
20,532
17,512
17,538
(31)      412,024
9,000
33,500
3,500
2,500
15,000
1,000
476.524
28,000
21,000
19,272
7,608
6,060
12,000
Vote 178
MINISTER'S
Salaries:
Minister of Municipal Affairs	
Ministerial Executive Assistant	
Secretary
OFFICE
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
(4)
$24,000
19,464
12,420
9,288
65,172
2,500
7,000
1,500
Total of Vote 178
Vote 179
Salaries:
Deputy Minister	
Associate Deputy Minister
Senior Officer 2	
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Administrative Officer 7
Administrative Officer 5
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 3 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
-(3)
-(3)
(7)
-(4)
(4)
-(2)
Secretary to Deputy Minister	
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (4)
Temporary assistance  	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
013
030
(36)
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Advertising
Printing and publications	
Incidentals and contingencies
40,850
28,704
73,000
21,180
57,498
116,742
15,696
14,676
19,524
18,156
12,444
45,108
9,912
8,952
10,800
21,372
28,356
34,224
33,768
610,962
9,000
50,000
10,000
2,500
15,000
1,000
Total of Vote 179
Vote 180
TRANSIT SERVICES DIVISION
Salaries:
Associate Deputy Minister (Director of Transit)
Assistant to Director of Transit  .
Research Officer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 2
36,420
31,000
21,516
10,620
Temporary assistance
(5)        93,940
(5)
8,622
55,752
163,930
$76,172
698,462
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
L 165
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
4,000
6,000
4,000
20,000
10,000
2,000
139,940
2,000,000
500,000
50,000
780,000
593,000
1,423,000
66,200,000
1,400,000
7,800,000
1,500,000
76,900,000
Vote 180
TRANSIT SERVICES DIVISION—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  12,000
202   Travelling expenses  23,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  15,000
007    Advertising   200,000
013    Printing and publications  25,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  5,000
031 Marketing and engineering studies  150,000
032 Consultants  132,000
Total of Vote 180         725,930
Vote 181
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT SUBSIDY
Code No.
019   Transit subsidy         2,000,000
Vote 182
PROVINCIAL RAPID TRANSIT ACT
Code No.
019   Subsidies          600,000
Vote 183
GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES
Code No.
031 Grants—general  1,500,000
032 Grants—administrative   584,000
033 Grants—planning  493,000
034 Grants—municipal restructuring ■_._ 3,616,000
Total of Vote 183       6,193,000
Vote 184     GRANTS IN AID OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AND HOME-OWNER SUBSIDIES
Code No.
031 Per capita grants, Municipalities Aid Act..   70,800,000
032 Grants to municipal governments for local
services to Provincial property        1,600,000
033 Home-owner  subsidy  paid  to  municipal
governments       9,000,000
034 Home-owner subsidy deducted from home
owner taxes in unorganized territory —      1,500,000
Total of Vote 184    82,900,000
Vote 185
ISLANDS TRUST
Salaries:
Temporary assistance   72,552
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense   5,000
202 Travelling expense  7,000
004 Office furniture and equipment  3,000
005 Allowances and expenses  120,000
007 Advertising   1,000
013 Printing and publications  2,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  1,000
032 Consultants   25,000
Total of Vote 185          236,552
 L 166
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
20,724
18,420
(2)
38,544
(1)
17,298
(4)
58,518
10,596
12,576
35,064
8,574
5,868
14,382
(18)
240,564
4,000
16,500
1,500
1,000
500
	
264,064
75,000
H,850,272
Vote 186
PLANNING SERVICE DIVISION
Salaries:
Planning Officer 6  27,000
Planning Officer 5      	
Planning Officer 4 (3) 67,920
Planning Officer 3  (4) 83,514
Planning Officer 2  16,068
Planning Officer 1  15,912
Technician 2  16,608
Technician 1 (3) 42,912
Draughtsman 2   9,528
Draughtsman 1   9,528
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (2) 19,194
Temporary assistance  12,000
(18) 320,184
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   10,000
202   Travelling expense  25,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  7,000
007    Advertising   5,000
013    Printing and publications  15,000
030    Incidentals and contingencies   1,500
032    Consultants  65,000
Total of Vote 186 	
Vote 187
SEWERAGE FACILITIES ASSISTANCE ACT
(1974, Chap. 83, Sees. 2 and 3)
Code No.
019    Expenditure 	
Vote 188
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
448,684
6,000,000
Total, Department of Municipal Affairs
537,200
$100,416,000
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 167
DEPARTMENT OF THE  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Estimated,
Vote
1974/75
No.
$
52,524
189
192,600
190
191
528,410
192
2,200,072
193
392,078
194
407,914
195
765,852
196
2,225,000
197
10
198
93,996
199
284,426
200
52,644
201
1,500,000
202
3,500,000
203
150,000
204
2,000,000
205
250,000
206
1,610,000
207
787,008
208
165,028
209
100,000
210
30,000
211
?1?
713
714
715
^16
717
17,287,562
1,239,346
218
200,000
219
275,000
220
771
77?
??3
1,714,346
545,676
224
22,030,000
225
150,000
226
1,450,000
227
263,572
228
55,000
229
230
24,494,248
43,496,156
Summary
Provincial Secretary:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration 	
Office of Planning Adviser to Cabinet	
Central Microfilm Bureau 	
Postal Branch 	
Legislative Library 	
Provincial Archives 	
Library Development Commission 	
Library and Library Association Grants	
Queen's Printer 	
Government House 	
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, London,
England   	
Indian Advisory Act 	
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), Workers' Compensation
Act  	
Unemployment Insurance (Public Service) 	
Incidentals and Contingencies 	
Grants, Etc. 	
Capital Improvement District Act 	
Archaeological and Historic Sites Protection Act	
Provincial Emergency Program 	
Provincial Elections Act 	
Public Inquiries Act 	
Metric Conversion 	
British Columbia Lottery Branch 	
Status of Women	
Public Information 	
Distribution of Government Publications 	
British Columbia Culture 	
Salary Contingencies 	
Estimates,
1975/76
$
76,595
275,032
276,131
665,038
3,160,855
522,660
621,248
1,039,561
2,570,000
10
111,502
356,654
57,618
2,250,000
4,100,000
180,000
2,180,000
400,000
2,202,861
1,305,634
539,592
150,000
102,468
10
200,000
250,000
250,000
575,000
1,785,811
26,204,280
Public Service Commission:
Administration 	
Grants re Public Service—Gratuities Under Sec. 68 of Public
Service Act and Other Government Employees	
Retiring Allowances—Public Service Act, Sec. 64, and Other
Government Employees 	
Public Service Grievance Board	
Public Service Benefits Trust 	
Salary Contingencies 	
3,023,301
300,000
1,750,000
80,000
3,000,000
569,315
8,722,616
Superannuation Branch:
Administration 	
873,100
39,690,000
150,000
Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement Benefits	
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act
Public Services Medical Plan Act   1,550,000
Public Services Group Insurance Act  277,240
Municipal Superannuation Act  58,000
Salary Contingencies   220,196
Total of Department
42,818,536
77,745,432
 L 168
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(1)
(2)
$24,000
11,232
6,792
42,024
3,000
7,000
500
52,524
40,000
17,628
14,784
11,688
12,132
9,048
8,424
5,778
9,048
6,792
7,368
6,264
11,646
5,500
(14)       166,100
15,000
10,500
1,000
192,600
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
Vote 189
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Provincial Secretary
Secretary .
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Ministerial Executive Assistant
$24,000
12,430
10,200
19,465
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 189	
(4)
66,095
3,000
7,000
500
Vote 190
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Deputy Provincial Secretary 	
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 2	
Public Information Officer 2 	
Personnel Officer 1	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2 .
Secretary to Deputy Minister.
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Temporary assistance __
-(2)
45,264
21,180
17,916
15,696
15,168
12,900
12,072
10,752
8,100
11,400
10,200
9,660
17,472
7,752
12,000
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202   Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment.
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories .
Total of Vote 190	
(15)
227,532
25,000
14,000
3,000
5,500
Vote 191
OFFICE OF PLANNING ADVISER TO
CABINET
Salaries:
Deputy Minister	
Senior Officer 4 (3)
Senior Officer 2	
Research Officer 4	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 3 _..
-(2)
Expenses
Code No.
001    Office expense
202 -
004
033
-(2)
(10)
36,435
93,000
23,000
35,424
10,800
17,472
216,131
Travelling expense
Office furniture .
Professional and special services .
Total of Vote 191	
10,000
15,000
5,000
30,000
$76,595
275,032
276,131
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 169
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(14)
(1)
(7)
(5)
13,068
10,224
8,022
11,376
74,958
8,574
6,582
5,778
46,584
25.092
55,452
(33)  265,710
4,500
1,000
2,200
177,000
5,000
73,000
528,410
12,354
20,088
(9)   80,130
43,200
11,500
(17)  167,272
3,500
1,000
2,000,000
800
19,000
3,500
5,000
2,200,072
(6)
22,308
16,968
44,352
70,818
47,730
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 192
CENTRAL MICROFILM BUREAU
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 2    	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2 (2)
Clerk 1 (22)
-(2)
Photographic Technician 4	
Photographic Technician 2	
Photographic Technician 1 	
Microfilm Operator 2   (8)
Microfilm Operator 1    (4)
Temporary assistance	
(43)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
202 Travelling expense  	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
016 Equipment and machinery	
021 Maintenance and operation of equipment.
024 Film supplies and processing	
034 Equipment rental and supplies	
Total of Vote 192	
Vote 193
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 2
Postal Clerk 3	
Postal Clerk 2	
Postal Clerk 1 	
Truck-driver 	
POSTAL BRANCH
(2)
-(13)
Temporary assistance
.(4)
Expenses
Code No.
001
202
003
004
016
021
029
035
(21)
Office expense .
Travel expense
Postage .
Office furniture and equipment.
Equipment and machinery	
Postage meter rentals	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Maintenance and operation of vehicles .
Total of Vote 193	
Vote 194
Salaries:
Legislative Librarian .
Assistant Librarian	
Librarian 3 	
Librarian 2	
Librarian 1 	
16,368
13,212
10,752
16,506
170,544
12,564
20,088
9,060
71,520
33,624
90,000
464,238
5,200
3,200
4,000
34,400
11,000
83,000
60,000
16,368
25,632
148,355
8,940
34,560
30,000
263,855
4,500
2,500
2,800,000
1,000
35,000
32,000
10,000
12,000
LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY
-(3)
-(8)
-(5)
24,000
20,496
55,800
116,640
60,000
665,038
3,160,855
 L 170
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(5)
8,280
13,632
30,648
16,182
6,900
16,260
10,000
(31)   304,078
6,000
2,000
10,000
70,000
392,078
16,602
37,896
37,914
12,354
11,910
8,280
15,216
9,198
10,044
8,292
6,264
"""67684
22,194
21,420
18.186
5,286
8,424
TiTooo
(30)  269,164
15,000
2,000
3,500
6,500
45,000
3,500
750
7,500
55,000
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 194
LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Library Attendant  10,080
Clerk 3  (3) 28,224
Clerk 2  (4) 33,624
Clerk 1  (3) 23,328
Clerk-Stenographer 3   9,660
Clerk-Typist 1  (3) 24,108
Temporary assistance  20,000
(33)      425,960
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  10,000
202    Travelling expense  4,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  7,700
018    Books, bindings, and periodicals  75,000
Total of Vote 194 7777777777
Vote 195
Salaries:
Provincial Archivist	
Assistant Provincial Archivist.
Archivist 2 	
Archivist 1 	
Librarian 3 	
Librarian 1 	
PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES
-(3)
-(4)
Research Officer 4
Research Officer 3 .
Research Officer 1 .
Library Attendant .
Curator
Display Director (Archivist 1)
Photographer 3
Photographer 1
(2)
Photographic Technician 2
Photographic Technician 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Clerk 3	
 (4)
 (2)
Clerk 2     (3)
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Temporary assistance ...
Expenses:
Code No.
(35)
001
202
004
016
018
020
021
031
040
Office expense   	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Equipment and machinery
407,914
Books, bindings, and periodicals	
Upkeep of Helmcken House and Craig-
flower Manor .	
Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Acquisition of historical data	
Aural/Oral History Project	
Total of Vote 195	
27,000
20,496
46,020
50,400
17,292
12,300
18,600
16,872
12,000
10,080
19,824
12,000
13,392
11,208
10,044
9,060
8,406
32,172
19,320
24,744
7,830
10,752
8,736
19,200
437,748
20,000
5,000
8,000
13,000
50,000
4,800
1,200
21,500
60,000
522,660
621,248
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 171
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
21,500
14,124
100,536
(6)        72,438
(5)
9.684
7,128
42,108
19,014
21,216
19.776
13,584
28.170
7,884
8.280
4,500
2,660
(42)      392,602
16.500
15,000
10,000
750
5,000
300,000
3,500
7,000
7,500
7,500
500
765.852
2,225.000
(79)
19,872
15,876
14,454
9,198
9,684
8,424
28,584
5,532
7,884
5,688
11,352
9,684
8,574
25,272
8,640
1,432,210
(99)   1,620,928
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
Vote 196
Salaries:
Director 	
Supervisor of Research Development.
Librarian 4 	
Librarian 3 	
Librarian 2 	
Technician 1
-(7)
-(5)
Engineering Aide 3
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4   	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
(2)
 (6)
 (3)
 (4)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2)
Clerk-Typist 1  (6 )
Stockman 2 	
Bookmobile Operator 	
Temporary assistance 	
Living allowance 	
Expenses:
Code No.
(46)
27,000
17,712
135,120
18,155
75,588
12,564
21,792
10,752
10,752
57,204
26,208
31,320
26,208
18,336
48,600
10,200
8,280
56,000
2,520
614,311
001
202
004
Oil
013
018
022
029
031
032
033
034
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Laundry and dry-goods
Printing and publications 	
Books, bindings, and periodicals
Transportation
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Extension services 	
Freight and express	
Board of Examiners,
Recorded Books Unit
Total of Vote 196
certification
16,500
18,000
10,000
750
5,000
300,000
3,500
25,000
7,500
8,500
500
30,000
1,039,561
Vote 197
LIBRARY AND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION GRANTS
Code No.
019    Grants        2,570,000
Vote 198
QUEEN'S PRINTER
Salaries:
Queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery ..
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Typist 2
-(4)
Supervisor of Equipment Maintenance .
Stockman 5	
Stockman 4	
Stockman 3	
Driver	
Sundry employees
27,000
19,584
17,916
12,258
12,072
10,752
38,040
7,908
10,200
8,100
11,352
12,072
11,412
32,256
8,640
2,162,230
(136)      2,401,792
.(3)
-(116)
 L 172
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
8,000
1,500
75,000
40,000
3,204,189
500
4,950,117
200,000
4,750,107
10
17,628
14,784
8,424
8,160
4,500
(4)   53,496
4,000
1,000
500
35,000
93,996
19,250
15,150
8,886
7,884
7,368
8,424
6,582
14,000
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 198
QUEEN'S PRINTER—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  13,000
202   Travelling expense  3,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  4,500
016    New machinery and equipment   75,000
021    Maintenance and repairs  50,000
024    Printing-paper and stationery  4,326,000
029 Motor-vehicle and accessories  8,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  500
6,881,792
Less—
401        Miscellaneous receipts  (Credit) 200,000
701        Supplies to all departments ......(Credit)      6,681,782
Total of Vote 198 	
Vote 199
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
Salaries:
Secretary 	
Comptroller	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Housekeeper—Home Supervisor 1 	
Temporary assistance	
(4) "
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense	
202 Travelling expense	
004 Office furniture and equipment	
031 General expenses 	
035 Household furnishings and equipment	
Total of Vote 199 	
19,750
16,320
10,752
9,180
7,000
63,002
6,000
2,000
500
35,000
5,000
Vote 200
AGENT-GENERAL'S OFFICE AND BRITISH
COLUMBIA HOUSE, LONDON, ENGLAND
Agent-General's Office (Code 20001)
Salaries:
Agent-General	
Administrative Officer 4
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Temporary assistance	
24,290
19,584
11,412
10,752
9,660
10,950
9,168
13,736
10
111,502
(7)
87,544
(7)   109,552
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 173
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(3)
(1)
(6)
12,000
31,300
6,500
9,500
9,250
1,500
15,000
172,594
5,532
6,480
17,184
5,286
5,000
39,482
12,500
10,000
4,000
17,000
7,700
6,000
5,150
10,000
111,832
284,426
14,784
5,610
(2)   20,394
4,500
2,400
300
2,750
7,300
15,000
52,644
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 200
AGENT-GENERAL'S OFFICE AND BRITISH COLUMBIA
HOUSE, LONDON, ENGLAND—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense
205    ~
003
Agent-General's Office—Continued
Representation allowance
202
007
029
031
Public relations and cultural activity 	
Travelling expense	
Advertising,   subscriptions,   and
publications, etc.
Motor-vehicles and accessories .
Recruitment assistance	
004   Transfer and orientation .
15,000
38,160
6,500
9,500
10,000
6,000
1,500
20,000
216,212
Salaries:
Engineer-Chauffeur
Chief Engineer	
Engineer.
British Columbia House (Code 20002)
Night Watchman
Temporary assistance
-(2)
-(2)
7,614
8,234
14,608
14,636
14,000
Expenses:
Code No.
006
020
030
031
032
033
034
035
(6)    59,092
Heat, light, power, and water .
Cleaning and janitor's supplies .
Incidentals and contingencies —
Maintenance _
Ground rent	
Rates and taxes	
Insurance 	
Renovations „.	
14,500
13,000
4,500
17,000
7,700
7,500
7,150
10,000
140,442
Total of Vote 200
356,654
Vote 201
Salaries:
Director   	
Clerk-Typist 1
INDIAN ADVISORY ACT
17,916
8,202
(2)
Expenses:
Code No,
001
202
004
005
030
031
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Expenses of committee	
Services to native Indians	
Community development projects
Total of Vote 201 	
26,118
5,500
3,500
500
2,000
5,000
15,000
57,618
 L 174
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
1,500,000
3,500,000
150,000
2,000,000
250,000
15,120
11,148
7,368
(3)        33,636
76,364
110,000
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 202
ASSESSMENT ON CLASS 13  (THE CROWN),
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT
Code No.
041    Expenditure	
2,250,000
Vote 203
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (PUBLIC SERVICE)
Code No.
031    Government contributions 	
4,100,000
Vote 204
INCIDENTALS AND CONTINGENCIES
Code No.
030   Expenditure 	
180,000
Vote 205
Code No.
019   Grants, etc.
GRANTS, ETC.
2,180,000
Vote 206
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ACT
Code No.
019    Expenditure 	
400,000
Vote 207
ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC SITES PROTECTION ACT
(R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 15)
Archaeological Sites
Salaries:
Provincial Archaeologist 	
Assistant Provincial Archaeologist	
Research Officer 2 (2)
Museum Technician 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Temporary assistance .
21,516
17,712
27,768
11,328
9,534
3,000
Expenses:
Code No.
020   Expenses
(6)       90,858
210,301
301,159
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 175
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
26,664
23,364
37,464
42,120
11,688
11.688
12,084
7,368
18,792
138,315
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—
Vote 207
ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC SIT
ACT—Continued
Historic Sites
Salaries:
Park Officer 3 (2)       32,352
Park Officer 2 (2)       29,088
Park Assistant 3  (4)       47,856
Park Assistant 2 (5)       53,520
Research Officer 3                    16,872
■Continued
ES PROTEC
1,901,702
noN
Draughting Technician         13,392
Foreman Carpenter     ..             .          12,084
(1)
Clerk 3                         (2)        18.600
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3)       26,820
Temporary assistance       .   ..        217,118
Allowances, etc.         34,000
(20)
329,547
325,000
845,453
(21)     501,702
Expenses:
Code No.
019 Grants                                            300,000
020 Expenses—restoration and main
tenance ...     1,100,000
1,500,000
Total of Vote 207                  	
1,610,000
2,202,861
Vote 208
PROVINCIAL EMERGENCY PR
Salaries:
Sundry employees  (42)
Expenses:
Code No.
030    General  administration,  training,  search
and  rescue,  financial  assistance  to
municipalities, oil and chemical spills,
etc.
Total of Vote 208                 	
OGRAM
505,634
800,000
(40)
368,364
418,644
787,008
1,305,634
Vote 209
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS t
(R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 306, Sec.
Salaries:
Headquarters, Vancouver
Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar-General
of Voters       ......  ..	
\CT
192)
21,180
16,368
14,676
9,660
18,816
16,368
10,752
11,724
7,908
8,844
17,628
12,576
11,010
7,128
14,616
13,068
8,424
9,048
6,480
6,684
Deputy Registrar-General of Voters .   	
Administrative Officer 2          ....   	
Clerk 4                 ...    .......	
Clerk 3  (2)
Headquarters, Victoria
Deputy Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar of
Voters 	
Deputy Registrar of Voters  	
Clerk 6       	
Clerk 2      	
Clerk-Stenographer 3   	
 L 176
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
6,162
9,684
7,608
10,912
(14)       141,028
6,500
2,500
15,000
165,028
100,000
15,516
5,868
(2)        21,384
8,616
30,000
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 209
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT—Continued
Salarfes-Conrtniied New Westminister office
Clerk 2     8,736
White Rock Office
Registrar of Voters  12,072
Clerk 4  10,488
All Offices
Temporary assistance          300,000
(14) 467,592
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense    7,000
202   Travelling expense  5,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  60,000
Total of Vote 209	
Vote 210
PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
(R.S.B.C. 1960, Chap. 315)
Code No.
030   Expenditure  	
Vote 211
METRIC CONVERSION
Salaries:
Engineer 4    19,464
Clerk-Stenographer 2  8,304
Temporary assistance   20,000
(2) 47,768
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   5,000
202   Travel expense  10,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  8,700
024   Printing, books, and publications  10,000
041    General expenses   21,000
Total of Vote 211 	
Vote 212
B.C. LOTTERY BRANCH
Salaries:
Senior Officer 1  21,000
Administrative Officer 3  16,716
Audit Accountant 1  12,396
Clerk 5  10,752
Clerk 4  9,660
Clerk 3  (2) 17,676
Clerk 2 (3) 24,300
Clerk-Stenographer 3  8,940
Clerk-Typist 2  8,304
Clerk-Typist 1  7,752
Temporary assistance  20,000
(13) 157,496
539,592
150,000
102,468
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY                                          L 177
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
oi3T>\rrr-TJ                                  Fiscal Year Ending
5>HKVlCxi                                       March 31,1976
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY—Continued
Vote 212
B.C. LOTTERY BRANCH—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense              24,000
202   Travel expense            14,000
004   Office furniture and equipment              4,000
007    Advertising and publicity                                     250,000
013    Printing and publications                 45,000
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories            10,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies             5,000
509,496
Less revenue ~    ...(Credit)         509,486
Total of Vote 212                                                                                10
Vote 213
STATUS OF WOMEN
Code No.
030   Expenditure          200,000
Vote 214
PUBLIC INFORMATION
Code No.
030   Expenditure          250,000
Vote 215
DISTRIBUTION OF GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS
Code No.
030   Expenditure   .-        250,000
Vote 216
BRITISH COLUMBIA CULTURE
Salaries:
Executive Director                            24,000
1  '
Clerk-Stenographer 4             9,288
(2)           33,288
Expenses:
Code No.
030   General Expenses, etc.          541,712
Total of Vote 216                                                              575,000
Vote 217
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
Code No.
901    Expenditure   ;,.          1,785,811
Subtotal, Provincial Secretary      $26,204,280
$17,287,562
12
 L 178
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(12)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(7)
(7)
(1)
(4)
(2)
(1)
(6)
(1)
$34,000
26,500
20,724
39,870
18,420
47,268
162,822
146,946
19,110
15,516
17,628
10,818
21,552
10,788
16,884
8,160
46,064
39,864
8,574
7,608
26,658
11,832
5,964
33,018
13,068
7,368
5,964
18,420
13,068
9,048
7,884
13,272
Vote 218
Salaries:
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL
SECRETARY—Continued
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
ADMINISTRATION
Headquarters
Chairman, Public Service Commission (Deputy
Minister)
Commissioners 	
Senior Officer 2 	
Personnel Officer 7 	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 2	
Personnel Officer 1	
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
-(4)
-(4)
-(5)
-(5)
-(17)
-(13)
-(2)
Public Information Officer 3 	
Co-ordinator of Accident Prevention
Safety Officer 3 	
Safety Officer 1	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
...(2)
...(3)
-(3)
-(3)
-(12)
(11)
-(3)
 (3)
 (2)
 (5)
 (4)
 (5)
 (10)
Vancouver Office
Personnel Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 2	
Personnel Officer 1 _
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Clerk 3	
-(3)
Essondale Office
Personnel Officer 5 	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Personnel Officer 2	
Personnel Officer 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
(2)
Personnel Officer 4 ...
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Prince George Office
$37,540
124,700
27,000
103,500
104,750
96,250
280,500
188,500
21,500
18,330
15,168
12,888
13,788
20,520
15,384
26,868
37,356
33,540
29,736
110,016
91,344
23,004
11,400
32,256
20,400
44,700
34,032
42,540
79,080
18,500
12,500
10,750
10,200
24,012
9,060
22,500
16,500
12,500
25,000
10,200
17,244
20,500
8,940
8,940
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 179
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
16,968
5,448
4,000
(85)  911,096
50,000
25,000
12,000
70,000
250
100,000
26,000
25,000
4,000
16,000
1,239,346
200,000
275,000
275,000
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION—Continued
Vote 218
ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Kamloops Office
Salaries—Continued
Personnel Officer 4  20,500
Personnel Officer 2   12,500
Clerk-Stenographer 3   8,940
Clerk-Typist 2  8,940
Nelson Office
Personnel Officer 3   16,500
Clerk-Stenographer 3   8,940
Clerk-Typist 1   7,668
Burnaby Office
Personnel Officer 4   20,500
Personnel Officer 2  (2) 25,000
Clerk-Stenographer 3   8,940
Clerk-Stenographer 2   8,304
Clerk 2   7,908
All Offices
Temporary assistance  30,000
(157) 2,108,576
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense    140,000
202    Travelling expense  75,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  35,000
007 Examinations and advertising   225,000
008 Medical examinations   	
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment 16,500
031 Employee training  300,000
032 Executive Development Training Plan (in
co-operation with the University of Victoria)   30,000
033 Accident-Prevention Program   40,000
034 Hearings and appeals   5,000
035 Driver Training Program  13,225
036 Interview expenses  35,000
Total of Vote 218        3,023,301
Vote 219
GRANTS RE PUBLIC SERVICE—GRATUITIES UNDER
SEC. 68 OF PUBLIC SERVICE ACT AND OTHER
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES.
Code No.
019   Expenditure
300,000
Vote 220
RETIRING ALLOWANCES—PUBLIC SERVICE ACT,
SEC. 64, AND OTHER GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Code No.
031    Retiring allowances   500,000
040   Pre-retirement leave        1,250,000
Total of Vote 220
1,750,000
 L.180
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
.Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION—Continued
Vote 221
PUBLIC SERVICE GRIEVANCE BOARD
Code No.
019   Expenditure  	
80,000
Vote 222
PUBLIC SERVICE BENEFITS TRUST
Code No.
019   Expenditure  	
Vote 223
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
$1,714,346
Subtotal, Public Service Commission
3,000,000
569,315
$8,722,616
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY
L 181
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
$33,000
19,272
17,628
14,784
35,052
11,910
9,864
(3)
27,420
(6)
49,734
(19)
133,194
(11)
65,592
(5)
26,586
9,048
14,160
(2)
13,800
12,132
18,000
(60)
511,176
11,500
5,000
6,000
12,000
545,676
12,750,000
3,500,000
80,000
5,700,000
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL
SECRETARY—Continued
SUPERANNUATION BRANCH
Vote 224
ADMINISTRATION
Administration of—
Public Service Superannuation Act
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act
Municipal Superannuation Act
Teachers' Pensions Act
College Pension Act
British Columbia Railway Company Pensions Fund Rules and Regulations.
British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Pension Fund Regulations
British Columbia Power Commission Superannuation Fund Regulation
Workers' Compensation Board Superannuation Fund Plan
Salaries:
Superannuation Commissioner  $37,536
Senior Officer 2  (2) 48,576
Administrative Officer 7         	
Administrative Officer 5   21,180
Administrative Officer 3   16,368
Administrative Officer 1  (3) 43,632
Research Officer 3   12,576
Clerk 6   11,724
Clerk 5  (8) 91,020
Clerk 4    (7) 71,160
Clerk 3 (18) 162,456
Clerk 2    (16) 130,392
Clerk 1  (8) 60,528
Bookkeeping Machine Operator .	
Secretary to Commissioner  10,800
Clerk-Stenographer 4  9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2) 17,472
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 26,208
Clerk-Typist 2   (2) 16,812
Temporary assistance  25,000
(76) 813,100
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense  18,000
202 Travelling expense  9,000
004 Office furniture and equipment  15,000
013 Printing and publications   18,000
Total of Vote 224        $873,100
Vote 225
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION AND
RETIREMENT BENEFITS
Code No.
031    Government matching contributions, Provincial Pension Plan     27,700,000
032
033
034
Government matching contributions, Canada Pension Plan
Death benefits re pensioners
4,900,000
90,000
Miscellaneous statutory items      7,000,000
22,030,000
Total of Vote 225
39,690,000
 L 182
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1976
SUPERANNUATION BRANCH—Continued
Vote 226
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
SUPERANNUATION ACT
Code No.
031    Government contributions (Sec. 7 (3) and
150,000
1,450,000
7,884
~5,688
(2)
13,572
1,675,000
1,688,572
1,425,000
263,572
35,000
20,000
55,000
$24,494,248
$43,496,156
18 (2))
Vote 227
PUBLIC SERVICES MEDICAL PLAN ACT
Code No.
031    Government matching contributions 	
Vote 228
Salaries:
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2
PUBLIC SERVICES GROUP INSURANCE ACT
10,200
8,304
8,736
(3)
Expenses:
Code No.
031    Insurance premiums
401   Less employee contributions (Credit)
Total of Vote 228 	
27,240
1,675,000
1,702,240
1,425,000
Vote 229
Code No.
031
MUNCIPAL SUPERANNUATION ACT
Employer contributions re B.C. Government stipend paid Provincial Judges
(sec. 8 (3))	
032    Government contributions (sec.  10  (1))
Total of Vote 229 	
43,000
15,000
Vote 230
Code No.
901   Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
150,000
1,550,000
277,240
58,000
220,196
Subtotal, Superannuation Branch  $42,818,536
Total, Department of the Provincial Secretary  $77,745,432
 PUBLIC WORKS
L 183
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Summary
Estimated,
1974/75
$
62,860
757,546
17,659,410
20,000,000
8,006,268
2,283,290
Vote
No.
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
Minister's Office 	
General Administration
Government Buildings (Maintenance)
Construction of Provincial Buildings _
Rentals	
Safety Inspection Division	
Glendale Laundry Operation	
Salary Contingencies	
Estimates,
1975/76
$
88,895
1,073,810
27,325,461
40,000,000
15,000,000
3,178,276
833,558
2,500,000
48,769,374
90,000,000
 L 184
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(2)
$24,000
17,628
11,232
(3)   52,860
3,000
7,000
62,860
36,000
14,784
9,048
14,731
7,881
16,968
13,596
"77884
8,886
(2)
(2)
25,284
19,872
20,724
38,544
20,724
20,088
25,284
20,724
53,208
26,136
11,688
Vote 231
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Public Works	
Ministerial Executive Assistant _..
Secretary	
Temporary assistance _~
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense
Total of Vote 231
(3)
$24,000
19,465
12,430
17,000
72,895
4,000
12,000
Vote 232
Salaries:
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Executive
Deputy Minister of Public Works .
Administrative Officer 3 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ..
Clerk-Stenographer 3 ~.
Administrative Branch
 (3)
-(2)
Personnel Branch
Personnel Officer 5 __.
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4.
Personnel Officer 1	
Safety Officer 1 	
Architect Design Branch
Senior Officer 4
Senior Officer 2
Architect 8 	
Architect 7 	
Architect 6 	
Architect 5 	
Electrical Design Branch
Senior Officer 2
Engineer 6 	
Draughtsman 3 .
Operations Division
Senior Officer 4
Senior Officer 2
Architect 8 	
Engineer 6 	
Engineer 5 	
Engineer 3	
Technician 3	
-(3)
-(2)
38,000
17,916
10,752
27,504
8,304
15,504
10,200
9,660
20,340
177124
13,884
10,200
11,604
10,596
30,910
24,290
24,624
21,276
24,290
20,088
30,910
24,290
63,820
34,248
11,688
$88,895
 PUBLIC WORKS
L 185
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
20,724
19,272
20,724
19,272
17,628
12,576
15,516
10,044
24,264
22,264
6,264
12,528
5,208
20,000
(42)  638,546
45,000
35,000
7,500
2,000
3,000
1,500
25,000
757,546
(658) 7,012,910
4,050,000
9,505,000
1,500
50,000
80,000
60,000
50,000
20,809,410
3,150,000
Vote 232
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Mechanical Branch
Senior Officer 2   24,290
Engineer 6    _
Engineer 5   21,276
Civil Engineering Branch
Senior Officer 2 __.   24,290
Engineer 6   	
Engineer 5   21,276
Engineer 4   19,464
Technician 2   12,576
Property Services Branch
Administrative Officer 6   21,180
Administrative Officer 1   15,168
Property Negotiator 4 (2) 35,832
Property Negotiator 3  (2) 16,368
Clerk 3   9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2) 19,320
Clerk-Typist 1  7,908
General
Technician 5   19,272
Clerk-Typist 1   7,908
Temporary assistance, overtime, substitution pay 36,000
(49) 843,810
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  90,000
202   Travelling expense  80,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  20,000
007    Advertising and publicity   3,000
013    Printing and publications   10,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  2,000
031 Cost-control studies  25,000
Total of Vote 232	
Vote 233
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS (MAINTENANCE)
Salaries:
Sundry employees  (655) 9,547,616
Expenses:
Code No.
Heat, light, power, and water
1,073,810
006
020
024
028
029
032
033
034
751
Maintenance of buildings and grounds	
Furniture, supplies, etc. .	
Maintenance of mechanical equipment	
Motor-vehicles and accessories .	
Garbage truck and garbage-disposal equipment, Essondale	
Fire pumper truck, Tranquille	
Purchase of heavy equipment	
5,748,000
16,117,845
189,000
17,659,410
Less chargeable to Vote 46—Post-secondary Education and Training (Credit)
Total of Vote 233  .	
223,000
31,825,461
4,500,000
27,325,461
 L 186
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
25,000,000
5,000,000
20,000,000
300,990
1,329,346
177,199
531,405
113,963
697,675
258,738
28,146
247,906
1,052,831
391,866
177,370
147,571
625,741
92,592
57,562
184,105
696,269
293,658
110,634
90,701
750,000
8,356,268
350,000
8,006,268
25,284
(3)
62,172
(2)
34,230
17,628
(21)
(20)
295,332
300,582
13,332
(43)
(10)
546,708
134,202
Vote 234
CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS
Code No.
030   Expenditures    45,000,000
751 Less chargeable to Capital Expenditures,
Provincial Technical and Vocational
Schools       5,000,000
Total of Vote 234
11,910
Vote 235
Departments (Code 014):
Agriculture   	
Attorney-General 	
Consumer Services 	
RENTALS
Economic Development	
Education 	
Finance  	
Health:
Public Health Services	
Mental Health Services	
Hospital Insurance Services
Highways 	
Housing
Human Resources
Labour 	
Lands, Forests, and Water Resources:
Lands Service 	
Forest Service 	
Water Resources Service
Mines and Petroleum Resources
Municipal Affairs 	
Provincial Secretary 	
Public Works
Recreation and Conservation	
Transport and Communications
Travel Industry 	
Rental contingencies 	
751    Less recoverable from various votes
(Credit)  	
506,309
3,358,059
78,252
108,849
662,043
257,640
1,179,602
319,234
75,582
511,629
33,409
1,902,959
761,734
271,183
295,443
641,862
192.216
53,923
483,531
571,710
402,891
346,212
91,491
2,240,578
15,346,341
346,341
Total of Vote 235
Vote 236
Salaries:
Senior Officer 4
Senior Officer 2
Engineer 8
Engineer 7
Engineer 6
SAFETY INSPECTION DIVISION
-(4)
Engineer 5  (2)
Engineer 4 	
Engineer 4 (Electrical) 	
Technician 5	
Technician 3
Boiler Inspector 2 	
Boiler Inspector 1 	
Electrical Inspector 2
Electrical Inspector 1
Gas Inspector 2	
Gas Inspector 1
(26)
Administrative Officer 1
-(13)
(63)
-(9)
-(16)
30,910
97,160
42,552
17,628
"383^56
13,596
201,342
810,636
139,548
197,040
15,168
40,000,000
15,000,000
 PUBLIC WORKS
L 187
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(5)
(9)
8,424
35,052
51,294
15,492
7,368
300,000
2,280
(121) 1,861,290
40,000
242,000
4,000
25,000
6,000
55,000
50,000
2,283,290
$48,769,374
Vote 236
SAFETY INSPECTION DIVISION-
Salaries—Continued
Clerk 5   	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3  (7)
Clerk 2  (12)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Temporary assistance .	
Special living allowance and isolation pay	
(161)
Expenses:
Code No.
001 Office expense 	
202 Travelling expense 	
004 Office furniture and equipment 	
013 Printing and publications 	
016 Equipment and machinery 	
021 Operation and maintenance of vehicles	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Total of Vote 236	
-Continued
11,064
10,752
67,620
99,648
20,400
9,660
300,000
7,296
2,475,276
55,000
385,000
15,000
30,000
25,000
110,000
83,000
Vote 237
GLENDALE LAUNDRY OPERATION
Salaries:
Sundry employees 	
 (2)
Expenses:
Code No.
031    Expenditure  (including temporary staff)
Less recoverable from various Votes
 (Credit)
Total of Vote 237	
25,356
818,202
10,000
Vote 238
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
3,178,276
833,558
2,500,000
Total, Department of Public Works   $90,000,000
  RECREATION AND CONSERVATION L 189
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND
CONSERVATION
Summary
Estimated,      Vote Estimates,
1974/75 No. 1975/76
$ $
77,072   239   Minister's Office        121,032
515,176   240    General Administration     1,072,930
241    Information and Education       330,042
Provincial Museum     2,815,961
Marine Resources        451,587
Fish and Wildlife Branch .  10,335,767
Creston Valley Management Authority        143,750
Parks Branch   25,708,931
Grants in Aid of Regional Parks Development and Recreational
Centres .    5,220,000
Youth Training Program 1,000,000
Outdoor Recreation Branch       200,000
47,400,000
1,414,598
242
198,863
243
7,078,622
244
96,130
245
10,131,184
246
247
4,900,000
750,000
248
749
25,161,645
 L 190
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(6)
(10)
(6)
(2)
(5)
$24,000
11,232
17,628
7,248
5,964
66,072
3,000
7,000
1,000
77,072
36,000
19,272
16,236
23,856
15,516
9,048
13,068
14,124
10,044
8,724
8,724
19,032
14,736
39,924
58,524
31,320
8,424
9,048
12,636
29,730
(4)        21,390
(51)      419,376
16,000
19,000
11,600
30,000
7,000
9,000
3,200
515,176
Vote 239
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Recreation and Conservation	
Secretary
Executive Assistant _
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(2)
-(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
(7)
$24,000
12,430
38,930
19,068
8,304
102,732
6,000
10,000
2,300
Total of Vote 239
Vote 240
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Deputy Minister and Commissioner of Fisheries
Associate Deputy Minister 2 (2)
Senior Officer 2	
Senior Officer 1 	
Administrative Officer 4 	
Administrative Officer 2
Personnel Officer 5 	
Personnel Officer 2 	
Personnel Officer 1
(2)
Public Information Officer 4
Public Information Officer 3
Public Information Officer 2
Public Information Officer 1 .
Research Officer 1 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Stockman 6	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Salary contingency 	
-(2)
-(4)
-(12)
-(3)
-(5)
-(2)
(3)
-(2)
-(4)
(51)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
020
024
030
040
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Printing and publications 	
Equipment and machinery	
Advertising and publicity	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Unclassified research and projects
Total of Vote 240
41,950
62,925
24,290
22,080
33,432
19,464
11,988
10,248
10,800
24,540
40,758
108,744
24,636
38,598
11,064
12,000
19,800
27,504
17,016
7,752
31,632
314,217
915,438
21,000
28,000
10,000
3,000
5,492
90,000
$121,032
1,072,930
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
L 191
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1976
(3)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(6)
(5)
(1)
(1)
(2)
20,724
17,628
91,842
43,362
22,920
10,404
31,032
13,596
13,068
61,836
46.638
6,480
23,112
13,068
12,132
10,596
7,128
6,480
7,368
12,852
115,332
Vote 241
INFORMATION AND EDUCATION
Salaries:
Senior Officer 1  18,770
Public Information Officer 4  (2) 26,214
Public Information Officer 2   12,132
Public Information Officer 1   8,886
Clerk 3   9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 3   6,952
Clerk-Typist 1   7,908
Temporary assistance   5,000
Salary contingency   34,000
(8) 129,522
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  15,000
202   Travel expense   10,700
004    Office furniture and equipment   7,320
013    Printing, publications, advertising   150,000
016    Equipment and machinery  .... 5,500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   8,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  4,000
Total of Vote 241 	
Vote 242
Salaries:
Director 	
Museum Curator 5
Museum Curator 4
Museum Curator 3
Museum Curator 2
Museum Curator 1
Museum Technician
Museum Technician
Museum Technician
Museum Technician
Museum Technician
Museum Technician 1
Carpenter
PROVINCIAL MUSEUM
(6)
-(4)
-(7)
-(6)
-(2)
Public Information Officer 3
Public Information Officer 2
Public Information Officer 1
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(7)
-(11)
-(17)
-(15)
_(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
Clerk-Stenographer 1 .
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Temporary assistance
Teacher 6 	
Teacher 5 	
-(3)
-(4)
-(3)
-(2)
Photographer 1 	
Photo Technician 2 .
Foreman Carpenter
Utility Worker 2	
Salary contingency ...
-(3)
22,080
19,464
122,976
74,400
107,100
75,600
36,600
16,752
105,252
139,524
192,576
137,700
22,788
14,268
14,832
11,808
15,168
9,912
8,952
24,300
10,200
35,808
24.300
15,504
168,378
17,900
45,000
7,884
6,684
12,084
10,692
353,200
330,042
(40)      587,598
(107)      1,879,686
 L 192
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(2)
(2)
(3)
(22)
(42)
(3)
(5)
(3)
(5)
(5)
(7)
(10)
9,000
27,000
5,000
95,000
17,000
4,000
450,000
220,000
1,414,598
19,272
23,292
9,198
22,464
8,724
7,368
6,060
(9)   96,378
1,250
10,230
590
225
2,700
17.75"
2,740
67,000
198,863
23,172
41,448
53,868
364,58^
588,612
32,220
47,136
25,328
26,172
13,068
36,396
31,212
45,600
39,456
15,516
94,092
26,136
110,880
Vote 242
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
013
PROVINCIAL MUSEUM—Continued
016
029
030
031
033
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment 	
Printing,   publications,   advertising,   and
books 	
Equipment and machinery
Motor-vehicles and accessories	
Exhibits, taxidermy, maintenance, perpetuation of totem poles and collections	
Rolling Train Project 	
Collection acquisition 	
15,000
50,775
4,000
94,000
18,000
504,500
100,000
150,000
Total of Vote 242
Vote 243
Salaries:
Director 	
Biologist 3 	
Biologist 1 	
Conservation Officer 3
Conservation Officer 1
Clerk-Stenographer 4 _.
Clerk-Stenographer 1 _
Salary contingency	
MARINE RESOURCES
-(3)
-(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
009
013
016
021
031
(9)
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Clothing and uniforms	
Printing and publications	
Equipment and machinery
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Marine projects	
22,000
49,008
27,096
12,234
11,232
7,878
127,778
257,226
4,000
29,000
10,510
2,000
5,000
5,000
4,654
134,197
Total of Vote 243
Vote 244
Salaries:
Senior Officer 3
Biologist 6
Biologist
Biologist
Biologist
Biologist
Biologist
Engineer
FISH AND WILDLIFE BRANCH
Assistant Engineer 1 _
Fishery Culturist 5 	
Fishery Culturist 4	
Fishery Culturist 3	
Fishery Culturist 2 	
Fishery Culturist 1	
Property Negotiator 2 .
Conservation Officer 7.
Conservation Officer 6 .
Conservation Officer 5.
Conservation Officer 4
-(3)
-(H)
(10)
-(44)
-(5)
-(3)
_(2)
.(3)
-(3)
-(9)
-(8)
-(2)
-(12)
27,600
68,652
260,832
215,160
782,304
72,900
36,000
28,584
8,724
14,544
43,632
36,972
99,036
10,164
12,744
18,300
134,016
31,176
174,528
2,815,961
451,587
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
L 193
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(59)
(21)
(69)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(12)
(3)
(1)
(1)
(8)
(29)
(1)
(4)
(5)
646,536
189,462
574,278
20,808
8,160
15,012
8,424
7,368
20,808
11,556
13,068
24,264
17,844
90,606
20,220
5,688
5,268
56,022
175,362
5,610
23,490
27,000
46,944
8,280
(348) 3,636,974
146,372
629,204
74,750
3,620
49,600
220,859
450,000
11,500
1,672,643
183,100
7,078,622
61,130
35,000
96,130
Vote 244
FISH AND WILDLIFE BRANCH—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Conservation Officer 3
Conservation Officer 2
Conservation Officer 1 .
Stockman 5	
-(63)
-(43)
(46)
Wildlife Assistant 3
Wildlife Assistant 2
Draughtsman 3 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Mechanical Superintendent 1
Carpenter 	
Technician 1	
-(2)
Administrative Officer 3	
Public Information Officer 2	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Temporary assistance 	
Special living allowance and overtime .
Public Information Officer 1 	
Forester 4	
-(2)
-(10)
-(6)
_(3)
-(2)
-(7)
-(12)
- (3)
-(12)
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Research Officer 3 —
Administration Officer 2	
Salary contingency	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
009
016
029
030
032
040
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Advertising and publicity 	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories 	
Incidentals and contingencies	
Maintenance, supplies, and conservation
operations  	
Auxiliary Conservation Corps (temporary
employees) 	
Total of Vote 244	
823,284
514,452
516,112
11,724
8,424
13,788
24,930
11,556
10,404
17,916
15,168
22,824
104,880
55,008
24,300
14,856
64,176
109,424
23,256
97,200
23,256
84,672
230,255
10,848
13,068
10,200
16,872
13,788
1,234,171
(347)  6,196,680
235,310
948,416
103,516
58,300
396,176
404,350
1,993,019
10,335,767
Vote 245
CRESTON VALLEY MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
Code No.
033    Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority   -....-. .... .-- 88,750
034   Grant to Creston Valley Management Authority 	
55,000
Total of Vote 245
143,750
13
 L 194
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
(2)
(9)
(6)
(5)
(1)
(22)
(15)
(6)
(14)
(8)
23,172
18,420
38,544
152,316
85,482
20,724
19,272
35,256
45,816
14,124
58,536
9,684
48,708
274,788
158,508
64,272
12,576
130,860
66,336
(1)
12,132
12,744
(1)
14,784
11,232
12,576
11,352
(1)
(2)
(1)
12,084
11,556
18,900
10,788
(1)
9,348
12,132
(2)
(1)
12,132
8,160
14,736
6,480
(1)
(1)
8,022
7,368
6,372
(1)
6,372
360
SERVICE
Vote 246
Salaries:
Senior Officer 4
Park Officer 6 _
Park Officer 5 _
Park Officer 4 ...
Park Officer 3 _.
Park Officer 2 _
Park Officer 1 ...
Engineer 6 	
Engineer 5 	
Engineer 4 	
Engineer 3 	
Technician 3 	
Technician 2	
PARKS BRANCH
(124)   1,497,024
Technician 1 (Engineering)
Park Technician 4	
Park Technician 3	
Park Technician 2 	
Park Technician 1 	
Property Negotiator 3 	
Property Negotiator 2 	
Park Assistant 5	
Park Assistant 3 	
Park Assistant 2
Engineer Technician 2 	
Engineer Technician 1 	
Public Information Officer 2	
Construction Foreman 2	
Road Foreman 2 	
Mechanical Superintendent 3
Mechanical Superintendent 2
Mechanical Superintendent 1
Mechanic 4 	
Mechanic 3	
Foreman Carpenter 3
Foreman Carpenter 1
Carpenter 	
Machine Operator 6 ..
Draughtsman 3 	
Draughtsman 2 	
Utility Worker 2
-(3)
-(11)
-(26)
-(2)
-(4)
-(2)
.(3)
--(7)
--(2)
--(3)
-(24)
-(25)
-(43)
(2)
-(8)
-(2)
-(2)
.(2)
-(2)
(2)
-(2)
-(2)
(2)
-(2)
Engineering Assistant 3 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ,	
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
Clerk 4  (3 )
Clerk 3  (6)
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Special living allowance
Timekeeper 2 	
Salary contingency 	
-(2)
(3)
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
27,600
22,400
69,516
226,764
397,644
28,134
48,914
22,884
23,712
43,032
50,694
18,600
104,400
37,872
57,312
381,336
349,116
551,592
15,186
23,988
~~~~95~20i
10,704
21,696
12,204
15,168
26,616
13,788
21,516
18,600
30,600
13,788
27,576
16,368
15,168
30,070
13,068
23,592
21,006
26,448
24,408
17,916
16,368
15,168
10,200
27,702
42,498
7,830
29,436
63,216
"""15^582
25,320
777"    167)56
   4,026,125
(227)  7,285,705
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
L 195
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
30,000
95,000
25,000
25,000
10,000
135,000
20,000
3,040,160
250,000
4,000
5,000,000
10,131,184
1,000,000
3,500,000
400,000
4,900,000
750,000
$25,161,645
Vote 246
PARKS BRANCH—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  40,000
202   Travelling expense   125,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  45,840
009    Clothing and uniforms   40,000
013    Printing and publications   15,000
016   Equipment and machinery  304,053
019 Grants and subsidies  20,000
020 Maintenance and operation of parks  6,164,333
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   460,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies   4,000
040   Development projects   11,205,000
Total of Vote 246	
Vote 247
25,708,931
GRANTS IN AID OF REGIONAL PARKS DEVELOPMENT
AND RECREATIONAL CENTRES
Code No.
019    Grants       1,320,000
3,500,000
400,000
031    British Columbia National Park 	
040   Grants in aid of construction of recreational centres for elderly citizen	
Total of Vote 247
Vote 248
Code No.
030   Expenditure
YOUTH TRAINING PROGRAM
5,220,000
1,000,000
Vote 249
OUTDOOR RECREATION BRANCH
Salaries:
Temporary assistance          132,820
Salary contingency   14,000
Expenses
Code No.
001
202
004
013
020
029
030
Office expense	
Travel expense	
Office furniture	
Printing and publications 	
Equipment and machinery	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Incidentals and contingencies	
146,820
6,000
10,000
9,000
10,000
9,000
5,000
4,180
Total of Vote 249
200,000
Total, Department of Recreation and Conservation  $47,400,000
  TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
L 197
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND
COMMUNICATIONS
Estimated,
Vote
1974/75
No.
$
100,716
250
335,068
251
391,000
252
1,627,298
253
6,018,468
254
449,712
255
4,178,372
256
4,935,898
257
49,925,552
258
100,000
259
3,732,400
260
761
?6?
71,794,484
Summary
Minister's Office	
General Administration
Engineering Branch	
Weigh Scale Branch	
Motor-vehicle Branch	
Motor Carrier Branch	
Data Processing Centre	
Communications Branch .	
British Columbia Ferries	
Motor Carrier Commission	
Aircraft, Maintenance and Operation
Research and Planning Branch	
Salary Contingencies	
Total of Department
Estimates,
1975/76
$
131,898
715,559
489,185
2,323,286
10,956,817
833,959
6,402,213
11,313,139
102,660,000
244,187
1,680,000
677,898
5,571,859
144,000,000
 L 198
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
$24,000
11,232
35,256
7,608
6,060
6,060
(6)        90,216
3,500
7,000
100,716
(1)
33,000
35,000
22,308
16,236
9,684
8,424
7,128
8,508
lMJ48
7,368
5,364
12,000
(11)      174,068
10,000
20,000
1,500
26,000
2,500
1,000
100,000
335,068
20,724
18,420
(3)        48,000
44,264
82,536
8,886
Vote 250
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Transport and Communications	
Secretary 	
Executive Assistant  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
Temporary assistance 	
(7)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense ..	
202   Travelling expense	
Total of Vote 250 : i	
$24,000
12,430
38,932
10,200
18,336
13,000
116,898
8,000
7,000
Vote 251
Salaries:
Deputy Minister 	
Associate Deputy Minister
Consultant 	
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
-(2)
Departmental Comptroller 3
Administrative Officer 6	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Public Information Officer 3
Personnel Officer 2	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Secretary to Deputy Minister
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
(2)
-(2)
-(3)
(2)
(3)
Temporary assistance
(2)
Office expense
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202   Travelling expense
004
007
013
030
040
(26)
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publicity
Printing and publications
Incidentals and contingencies
Research and development ...
39,498
66,000
24,628
21,180
17,916
16,368
15,957
12,072
21,504
19,320
26,208
8,100
21,504
10,752
28,980
9,168
17,904
26,000
403,059
25,000
30,000
10,000
30,000
12,500
5,000
200,000
Total of Vote 251
Vote 252
Salaries:
Senior Officer 2
Chief Engineer .
Engjneer 6	
Engineer 5 	
Engineer 4 	
ENGINEERING BRANCH
Inspecting Engineer 3 	
Inspecting Engineer 2	
Inspecting Engineer 1	
Engineering Assistant 	
-(2)
-(4)
(3)
-(7)
24,284
22,879
"T8J33
35,054
101,232
43,281
85,874
14,304
$131,898
715,559
 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
L 199
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(4)
(2)
(82)
62,064
6,792
12,528
7,368
5,778
240
5,000
(25)  322,600
5,300
29,000
3,000
100
1,400
2,000
1,400
10,500
14,700
1,000
391,000
14,784
6,480
5,208
78,624
324,168
189,576
700,938
7,020
(144) 1,326,798
19,000
57,000
13,000
1,000
24,000
52,000
58,000
40,000
12,500
24,000
1,627,298
23,892
19,272
59,136
13,068
Vote 252
ENGINEERING BRANCH—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Inspector       	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(3)
Special living allowance
Temporary assistance	
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
007
009
013
016
021
029
031
(25)
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publicity 	
Clothing and uniforms 	
Printing and publications 	
Equipment and machinery  ..	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Special investigations, reports, and consultant fees 	
Total of Vote 252	
28,980
9,660
8,736
528
11,440
404,985
8,000
32,500
6,500
500
2,000
2,000
2,500
14,500
14,700
1,000
Vote 253
WEIGH
Salaries:
Director of Operations 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Weighmaster 4 	
Weighmaster 3 	
Weighmaster 2 	
Weighmaster 1 	
SCALE BRANCH
Special living allowance
-(7)
-(32)
-(20)
(91)
16,322
9,168
8,304
102,732
441,216
251,760
1,045,044
15,240
Expenses:
Code No.
001
202
004
006
009
016
020
021
028
Office expense 	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Heat, light, power, and water ...
Clothing and uniforms
Machinery and equipment 	
Maintenance of buildings and approach
roads  	
Maintenance and operation of equipment
Construction and relocation of weigh
scales    	
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories
(153)   1,889,786
22,000
67,000
13,000
1,000
30,000
52,000
158,000
48,000
12,500
30,000
Total of Vote 253
Vote 254
Salaries:
Senior Officer 3  .	
Superintendent of Motor-vehicles
Deputy Superintendent 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2 	
MOTOR-VEHICLE BRANCH
-(4)
27,596
19,316
71,664
16,368
489,185
2,323,286
 L 200
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31.1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1976
(5)
(84)
(32)
(38)
(7)
(16)
(5)
(42)
(40)
(68)
(10)
(4)
(5)
(20)
(1)
64,104
124,320
83,556
760,896
25,152
33,696
102,342
304,890
328,938
84,924
171,852
47,784
333,618
279,564
406,506
55,326
8,424
28,686
31,044
24,474
112,980
6,480
8,424
592,000
1,620
(424) 4,136,968
375,000
85,000
48,000
8,000
125,000
11,000
1,500
228,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
600,000
6,018,468
(6)
(6)
19,272
14,784
14,784
12,576
12,132
20,448
67,764
54,786
9,684
Vote 254
MOTOR-VEHICLE BRANCH
Salaries—Continued
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 5 (2)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 4 —(3)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 3 (11)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 2 .. (8)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 1 (85)
Examiner of Drivers 5  (2)
Examiner of Drivers 4 1 (3)
Examiner of Drivers 3  (10)
Examiner of Drivers 2  (41)
Examiner of Drivers 1  (48)
Administrative Officer 1  (8)
Personnel Officer 3 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(19)
(24)
-(25)
-(45)
-(81)
Clerk  1  (15)
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3   (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (4)
Clerk-Typist 2  (4)
Clerk-Typist 1  (19)
Microfilm Operator 1 	
Stockman 3  (2)
Temporary assistance and overtime	
Special living allowance and isolation pay	
-Continued
39,936
54,756
169,224
114,432
1,138,320
30,336
44,028
137,880
516,108
551,232
121,344
15,957
251,028
289,728
268,800
434,700
707,616
121,500
10,752
48,300
36,672
35,808
157,776
8,736
21,504
2,000,000
4,400
(474)      7,465,817
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense 	
202    Travelling expense	
004    Office furniture and equipment	
007   Advertising and publicity 	
014    Rentals   and   temporary   office   space   re
drivers' examinations 	
021    Maintenance and operation of inspection
stations  	
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories	
030 Incidentals and contingencies	
033    Remuneration for issuance of licences 	
044 Motor licence decals	
045 Pollution control equipment 	
046 Photo driver licences 	
047 Highway safety promotion and research
580,000
250,000
75,000
2,000
8,000
157,000
28,500
10,500
150,000
1,200,000
10,000
420,000
600,000
Total of Vote 254 .
Vote 255
MOTOR CARRIER BRANCH
Salaries:
Senior Officer 1 	
Superintendent of Motor Carriers	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 (Motor Carrier Rates
Examiner) 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1	
Audit Accountant 2
Inspector of Motor Carriers 2 .
Inspector of Motor Carriers 1
Clerk 5 	
-(2)
-(5)
-(7)
22,071
T97584
17,916
16,368
15,168
30,336
73,380
88,116
12,072
10,956,817
 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
L 201
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
(9)
(14)
(9)
(4)
(7)
(19)
(20)
(4)
(2)
(7)
(6)
(4)
(4)
(5)
(12)
(44)
(5)
(10)
(2)
8,424
36,054
11.478
5,286
7,884
72,324
18,612
3,200
720
(43)      390,212
14,500
30,500
5,500
4,000
4,000
1,000
449,712
24,552
22,308
145,980
210,498
117,144
65,298
98,646
238,608
210,900
38,364
14,124
17,628
23,856
72,972
48,708
29,916
24,252
10,404
9,198
37.728
82,140
270.278
28,620
10,788
68,688
5,448
6.684
7,884
5,688
12,120
325,000
(198)   2,284,372
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
Vote 255
MOTOR CARRIER BRANCH—Continued
Salaries—Continued
Clerk 4     10,752
Clerk 3  (5) 48,300
Clerk 2  (2) 17,472
Clerk 1   8,100
Clerk-Stenographer 4   10,200
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (10) 96,600
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 27,504
Temporary assistance   187,800
Special living allowance    720
(43) 702,459
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   25,000
202   Travelling expense   50,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  30,000
026    Licence-plates    4,500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories   20,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies   2,000
Total of Vote 255	
Vote 256
Salaries:
Senior Officer 3 	
Senior Officer 2 	
Senior Officer 1 	
Director of Data Processing
Systems Analyst 6 	
Systems Analyst 5	
Systems Analyst 4 	
Systems Analyst 3 	
Systems Analyst 2 	
Systems Analyst 1 	
Programmer Analyst 6 	
Programmer Analyst 5 	
DATA PROCESSING CENTRE
-(4)
-(10)
-(18)
-(12)
-(4)
-(2)
-(6)
-(12)
Programmer Analyst 4 (25)
Programmer Analyst 3  (12)
Programmer Analyst 2  (5)
Programmer Analyst 1  (5)
Research Officer 3  _	
Data Processing Operator 9  	
Data Processing Operator 7
27,596
24,284
77,845
211,800
366,336
214,992
60,672
27,576
127,080
224,928
426,600
182,016
68,940
62,940
Data Processing Operator 5  (6)
Data Processing Operator 4	
Data Processing Operator 3  (11)
Data Processing Operator 2 (3)
Data Processing Operator 1 	
Key-punch Operator 6 	
Key-punch Operator 5 	
Key-punch Operator 4  (6)
Key-punch Operator 3  (14)
Key-punch Operator 2  (22)
Key-punch Operator 1
Administrative Officer 2
Clerk 3  (7)
Clerk 1
Coder-Supervisor
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Typist 2	
Coder   	
15,996
82,440
12,816
125,532
30,600
9,168
12,816
11,724
62,928
135,240
201,696
833,959
Temporary assistance
-(3)
24,912
846,500
(198)      3,787,213
 L 202
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
10,000
24,000
10,000
1,600,000
200,000
125,000
4,253,372
75,000
4,178,372
22,308
20,724
(1)
17,628
19,872
12,576
10,404
(11)
19,368
58,968
96,132
13,164
5,844
6.582
95,328
(39)      398,898
15,000
18,000
3,000
1,000
4,500,000
4,935,898
26,000
24,552
25,000,000
25,050,552
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
Vote 256
DATA PROCESSING CENTRE—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   20,000
202   Travelling expense   60,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  10,000
016   Rental of data processing equipment  2,100,000
024   Mechanical equipment and supplies  300,000
031    Special projects   200,000
6,477,213
751   Less chargeable to Vote  146—Scaling
Fund   (Credit) 75,000
Total of Vote 256      6,402,213
Vote 257
COMMUNICATIONS BRANCH
Salaries:
Senior Officer 2   23,184
Engineer 7   24,628
Engineer 6   	
Engineer 5  21,276
Engineer 4  (2) 34,259
Audit Accountant 7  21,939
Audit Accountant 4   18,744
Technician 2   18,252
Technician 1   15,384
Economist  15,593
Engineering Assistant  (2) 28,608
Switchboard Operator 5  (2) 24,144
Switchboard Operator 3  (12) 118,944
Switchboard Operator 2  (16) 139,776
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2) 19,320
Clerk 3  (2) 19,320
Clerk 2   8,736
Clerk-Typist 2   8,952
Temporary assistance   463,080
(48) 1,024,139
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   30,000
202   Travelling expense   69,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  36,000
030 Incidentals and contingencies  4,000
031 Telephones     5,500,000
Radio systems   2,700,000
Data and teleprinter systems  125,000
Auxiliary communications systems  250,000
Communications maintenance   25,000
Grants, subsidies, and assistance to communications development   900,000
Engineering services   400,000
Research and development   250,000
Total of Vote 257      11,313,139
Vote 258
Salaries:
General Manager 	
Operations Manager
Other employees 	
BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES
34,000
26,000
46,500,000
46,560,000
 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
L 203
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
13,000,000
6,010,000
5,865,000
49,925,552
80,000
20,000
100,000
(26)      385,736
396,664
2,950,000
3,732,400
Vote 258
BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES—Continued
Expenses:
Code No.
030 Operating and servicing of vessels     23,700,000
031 Terminals, wharves, and ship expenses      7,700,000
032 Capital Expenditures, Terminals, Wharves
and Ships 20,000,000
033 Departmental coast ferries—operating and
capital      4,700,000
Total of Vote 258 .
102,660,000
Vote 259
Salaries:
Senior Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 6
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 3	
Secretary
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk 4
Temporary assistance .
20,972
21,180
14,427
12,904
10.752
10,200
10,752
13,000
Expenses:
Code No.
005   Allowances   .	
031    Travelling expenses and other expenses
001    Office expense 	
(7)
004   Office furniture and equipment	
030   Incidentals and contingencies	
Total of Vote 259	
114,187
80,000
35,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
-(28)
480,000
Total of Vote 260
Vote 261
RESEARCH AND PLANNING BRANCH
Salaries:
Senior Officer 3  24,833
Consultant    38,640
Economist 2   17,925
Temporary assistance   244,000
Expenses
Code No.
001
202
004
013
040
030
(3)
Office expense 	
Travelling expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Printing and publications 	
Transport policy and planning ..
Incidentals and contingencies	
325,398
4,000
50,000
20,000
25,000
250,000
3,500
Total of Vote 261
244,187
Vote 260
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION
Salaries:
Operating and maintenance staff	
Expenses:
Code No.
031 Operation and maintenance expenses   800,000
032 Purchases of new equipment         400,000
1,680,000
677,898
 L 204
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
Vote 262
Code No.
901    Expenditure
SALARY CONTINGENCIES
5,571,859
$71,794,484
Total,  Department of Transport  and Communications    $144,000,000
 TRAVEL INDUSTRY
L 205
DEPARTMENT OF TRAVEL INDUSTRY
Estimated,
1974/75
$
21,232
50,592
631,294
4,195,606
123,964
437,941
5,460,629
Vote
No.
263
264
265
266
267
268
Summary
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Community Recreation Branch
Travel Division	
California and London Offices
Film and Photographic Branch
Total of Department.
Estimates,
1975/76
$
22,430
60,150
873,928
6,339,062
179,335
586,360
8,061,265
 L 206
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(8)
(1)
$11,232
11,232
2,500
7,000
500
21,232
36,000
8,292
(2)        44,292
1,000
4,500
800
50,592
19,272
14,784
100,002
9,684
8,424
7,368
6,582
5,688
240
15,750
(15)      187,794
5,000
30,000
3,500
15,000
5,000
346,000
500
28,000
7,000
3,500
631,294
Vote 263
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Salaries:
Minister of Travel Industry (paid as Provincial
Secretary ) .	
Secretary .	
Expenses:
Code No.
001   Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 263 	
(1)
$12,430
12,430
2,500
7,000
500
Vote 264
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Salaries:
Deputy Minister of Travel Industry  41,950
Secretary to Deputy Minister  11,100
(2)
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense	
202   Travelling expense	
004   Office furniture and equipment.
Total of Vote 264	
53,050
1,800
4,500
800
Vote 265
COMMUNITY RECREATION BRANCH
Salaries:
Director   22,080
Co-ordinator of Sports and Physical Fitness  14,784
Recreational Consultant 2 (10) 129,846
Clerk 5  12,072
Clerk 4  10,752
Clerk 3  9,660
Clerk-Stenographer 3  8,952
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2) 16,608
Special living allowance  744
Temporary assistance  44,000
Salary contingency    63,930
(18) 333,428
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  10,000
202   Travelling expense  45,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  5,000
007   Advertising and publicity  25,000
013   Printing and publications  8,000
019   Grants and subsidies  400,000
021    Maintenance and operation of equipment. 500
023    General supplies  29,500
029   Motor-vehicles and accessories  14,000
031   Drama   Festival   expense,   Adjudicators'
fees, grants, etc.  3,500
Total of Vote 265.
$22,430
60,150
873,928
 TRAVEL INDUSTRY
L 207
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1976
16,968
16,236
(2)
28,644
9,862
14,124
(6)
68,874
(1)
8,724
8,724
19,032
(1)
7,608
61,242
(13)
75,726
21,396
(2)
11,928
11,310
16,590
6,792
5,778
267,348
(51)  676,906
8,800
51,800
1,500
2,900,000
1,500
25,000
29,500
3,600
8,000
24,000
350,000
115,000
4,195,606
(6)
48,708
7,746
15,510
3,500
75,464
Vote 266
TRAVEL DIVISION
Salaries:
Senior Officer 1  22,080
Administrative Officer 7        	
Administrative Officer 4   19,584
Administrative Officer 3  (3) 53,748
Research Officer 2   13,116
Research Officer 1   12,888
Public Information Officer 4   17,916
Public Information Officer 3  12,888
Public Information Officer 2 (7) 98,914
Public Information Officer 1 . (8) 88,056
Inspector of Auto-courts      	
Clerk 5 (2) 24,144
Clerk 4  (4) 39,432
Clerk 3  (9) 83,604
Clerk 2  (10) 83,316
Clerk 1   7,428
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3) 28,728
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 25,320
Clerk-Stenographer 1  (2) 15,816
Clerk-Typist 1  (3) 23,760
Stockman 2  (1) 9,168
Stockman 1  (1) 8,304
Temporary assistance  502,869
Health and welfare benefits   32,220
Shift differential  4,961
Salary contingency   381,388
(63) 1,609,648
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense  12,000
202   Travelling expense  75,000
004   Office furniture and equipment  2,000
007   Advertising and publicity  3,287,700
009    Clothing and uniforms  5,000
016   Equipment, machinery, and maintenance.. 30,000
020   Reception centres (maintenance)  29,500
029 Motor-vehicles and accessories  5,500
030 Incidentals and contingencies  (including
grants and regional bureaux)   9,000
032    Tourist Council and clinic workshop   30,000
035   Contribution to regional committees for
tourist promotion   400,000
040 Research and Federal programs  130,000
041 Special Provincial Tourist Programs  713,714
Total of Vote 266	
Vote 267
CALIFORNIA AND LONDON OFFICES
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 3 (Tourist Trade Representative)   (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 5 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Temporary assistance
Salary equalization	
Salary contingency	
-(2)
(6)
58,752
10,488
19,860
4,000
3,600
9,685
106,385
6,339,062
 L 208
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
(1)
7,000
1,000
15,500
18,000
6,000
1,000
123,964
12,822
35,064
32,364
9,684
8,292
6,372
8,724
13,848
11,142
8,859
(15)  147,171
4,900
33,000
1,780
18,290
225,000
7,800
437,941
$5,460,629
Vote 267
Expenses:
Code No
001
004
202
205
007
031
030
CALIFORNIA AND LONDON OFFICES—Continued
Office expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Travelling expense
Representation allowance
Advertising and displays .
Exchange on United States funds.
Incidentals and contingencies (medical).
Total of Vote 267	
13,000
1,000
20,000
28,800
6,800
1,000
2,350
Vote 268
FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHIC BRANCH
Salaries:
Administrative Officer 2  16,368
Photographer 4 (3) 35,064
Photographer 3  (3) 32,364
Photographer 2 (2) 18,618
Photographic Technician 4  8,574
Photographic Technician 3   7,128
Laboratory Technician (colour)   9,048
Clerk 3  (2) 18,612
Clerk 1  (2) 15,504
Clerk-Typist 2  8,100
Temporary assistance  12,500
Salary contingency .. 73,200
(17) 255,080
Expenses:
Code No.
001    Office expense   5,650
202   Travelling expense  42,000
004    Office furniture and equipment  3,525
016    Equipment and machinery  20,142
024    Photographic supplies and motion-picture
production  252,363
029    Motor-vehicles and accessories  7,600
Total of Vote 268
179,335
Total, Department of Travel Industry..
586,360
$8,061,265
 MINISTER WITHOUT PORTFOLIO
L 209
Estimated
Expenditure for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1975
SERVICE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1976
Vote 269
Salaries:
Minister
MINISTER WITHOUT PORTFOLIO
Victoria
Executive Assistant
Secretary
Clerk-Stenographer 4.
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Prince George
Executive Assistant
Economic Planning Consultant.
Social Policy Co-ordinator	
Public Liaison Officer.
Resource Planning Consultant.
Administrative Assistant	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Typist 2
-(2)
Temporary assistance
Salary contingencies...
Expenses
Code No.
001
202
004
006
007
030
Office expense	
Travelling expense	
Office furniture and equipment.
Printing and publications	
Advertising
Consultant fees and expenses .
Total of Vote 269	
$21,000
19,465
10,885
10,224
9,732
19,465
18,600
18,600
18,600
18,600
23,710
19,464
8,316
5,000
25,996
(14) 247,657
25,000
40,000
10,000
25,000
5,000
50,000
$402,657
  1973/74
SCHEDULE A
SUMS REQUIRED BY HER MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31, 1974, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURE.
SERVICE
Amount
Legislation:
Legislation
Premier's Office:
Premier's Office
$495,985
15,556
Department of Agriculture:
Special services	
Milk Board
Crop insurance ,	
Grasshopper-control Act	
Natural Products Marketing (B.C.) Act.
Department of the Attorney-General:
Administration:
Attorney-General's office
Incidentals and contingencies .
Justice and Courts:
Supreme and County Courts
Coroners' inquests and inquiries
Administration of justice	
Judicial conferences
Provincial Court Act	
Official reporters .	
Registration:
Land Registry offices	
Police Services:
Policing by Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Sundry incidental police expenses	
Corrections:
Corrections services	
British Columbia Parole Board
Department of Transport and Communications:
General administration 	
$30,056
9,536
50,497
4,239
53
4,348
3,533
116,160
54,835
458,532
2,163
584,950
69,195
115,757
113,476
96,401
686,174
3,229
94,381
2^308,753
4,618
Department of Education:
Curriculum Resources Branch
Jericho Hill School	
Grants to school districts ...
Department of Finance:
Controlling and Audit Branch
Director of Data Processing (all departments)
Courts of Revision 	
Temporary assistance
Incidentals and contingencies
Interest on trust deposits
Salary contingencies and adjustments (all departments)
Expense contingencies (all departments) .	
16,959
24,219
55,441
1,536
222
62,412
206,413
14,759
321,150
1,501,120
100,264
96,619
2,207,876
 L 212
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1975/76
SERVICE
Amount
Department of Health:
Minister's office 	
Accounting Division 	
Public Health Services:
Division for Aid to Handicapped
Development of alternative care facilities
Grants for health agencies 	
Health security research project
Division of Venereal Disease Control
In-patient care
Hospital Insurance Services
Department of Highways:
General administration
Vehicle damage claims
Purchase of new equipment
British Columbia Ferries	
Department of Labour:
General administration and labour standards
Factories Branch
Labour Relations Branch	
Motor-vehicles and accessories
Department of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources:
Minister's office 	
Environment and Land Use Committee	
Lands Service:
General administration 	
Forest Service:
General administration, protection and management of forests
Forest research
Public information and education	
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association 	
Engineering services and forestry development roads
Fire suppression 	
Forest inventory
Grazing Range Improvement Fund
Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
General  administration 	
Construction of Stewart-Cassiar Road
Department of Municipal Affairs:
Minister's office 	
General administration	
Grants in aid of local government and home-owner's subsidies	
Department of the Provincial Secretary:
Minister's office 	
General administration
Government House
Assessment on Class 13 (the Crown), Workers' Compensation Act
Unemployment insurance (Public Service) _	
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Capital Improvement District Act	
Archaeological and Historic Sites Protection Act	
Provincial Elections Act 	
Public Inquiries Act
Superannuation Branch:
Administration
Municipal Superannuation Act
7,700
7,828
42,591
143,306
2,578
1,746
216
232,275
55,634
187,582
26,657
5,179
1,713,073
93,201
6,589
9,308
223
16,235
10,221
28,219
805,304
21,269
11,469
5,000
84,746
5,804,150
50,907
29,709
25,489
98,630
565
261
75,379
17,405
3,768
6,394
533,019
51,632
11,400
15
83,357
300,557
79,806
12,790
1,680
493,874
1,932,491
109,321
6,867,229
124,119
76,205
1,101,823
 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1975/76 L 213
SERVICE Amount
Department of Public Works:
Minister's office   6,889
Government buildings maintenance  153,927
Construction of Provincial buildings  8,404,075
8,564,891
Department of Recreation and Conservation:
Minister's office   16,490
General administration   50,572
Environmental conservation (SAM)   13,362
Creston Valley Management Authority  903
Parks Branch   1,840,825
Youth Training Program  1,827
Summer employment program  7,795
Department of Travel Industry:
General administration   2,653
Travel Division   201,839
California and London offices  30
1,931,774
204,522
Department of Human Resources:
Minister's office          27,748
General administration  ,         20,523
Social assistance   25,623,485
New Denver   20,327
Child Welfare Division—administration   8,067
    25,700,150
Minister Without Portfolio:
Minister Without Portfolio  966
$52,331,153
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1975
950-175-3100
 

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