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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ESTIMATES
of Revenue and Expenditure
Fiscal Year Ending March 31
1979
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.
1978
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Estimated Revenue  5
Estimated Expenditure—
Summary  9
Detail-
Legislation  15
Auditor General  19
Executive Council  21
Ministry of Agriculture  23
Ministry of the Attorney-General  35
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs  61
Ministry of Economic Development  73
Ministry of Education  79
Ministry of Energy, Transport and Communications  95
Ministry of the Environment  111
Ministry of Finance  125
Ministry of Forests  151
Ministry of Health  173
Ministry of Highways and PubUc Works  201
Ministry of Human Resources  215
Ministry of Labour,  229
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources  239
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 1  251
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry  261
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation  293
Standard Objects of Expenditure  315
Schedule A—1976/77 Fiscal Year  317
  ESTIMATED REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1979,
With Comparative Revenue for Fiscal Year 1977/78
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1978
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1979
$1,115,500,000
283,000,000
740,000,000
171,000,000
19,000,000
3,000,000
32,000,000
33,000,000
20,400,000
10,000,000
8,500,000
7,000,000
12,000,000
2,454,400,000
153,900,000
45,000,000
46,700,000
11,000,000
11,000,000
9,040,000
5,300,000
2,700,000
284,640,000
10,000,000
50,000,000
7,000,000
5,000,000
1,150,000
73,150,000
13,300,000
6,100,000
377,190,000
Taxation Revenue:
Personal Income   $1,182,000,000
Corporation Income
Social Services	
Gasoline 	
Motive-fuel Use
Fuel-oil 	
Cigarette and Tobacco
Corporation Capital 	
Property
Insurance Premiums	
Hotel and Motel Room
Pari Mutuel Betting	
Succession and Gift	
Total Taxation Revenue
Natural Resource Revenue:
Minerals:
Petroleum and natural gas:
British Columbia Petroleum Corporation _ $195,000,000
Permits and Fees     125,000,000
Petroleum and Natural
Gas Royalties      42,200,000
Mining Tax
Mineral Resource Tax	
Mineral Land Tax	
Coal, Minerals, and Metals Royalties ..	
Miscellaneous Mining
Receipts 	
Lands and Forests:
Logging Tax
Timber Sales	
Timber Royalties .	
Land Leases, Rentals, and
Fees	
Miscellaneous Lands and
Forests Receipts	
10,000,000
8,000,000
7,000,000
3,600,000
2,500,000
48,000,000
80,000,000
8,000,000
5,500,000
1,500,000
Water Resources:
Water Rentals and Recording Fees .
Wildlife Act—Fees and Licences	
Total Natural Resource Revenue
315,000,000
595,000,000
175,000,000
23,000,000
2,500,000
60,000,000
36,000,000
20,000,000
12,000,000
9,000,000
8,500,000
2,500,000
$2,440,500,000
393,300,000
143,000,000
15,500,000
6,000,000
557,800,000
 H 6
ESTIMATED REVENUE, 1978/79
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1978
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31. 1979
1,250,000
4,000,000
5,900,000
2,500,000
2,567,000
6,750,000
840,000
18,000,000
5,068,000
1,500,000
1,000,000
2,739,000
1,200,000
1,370,000
1,116,000
55,800,000
48,600,000
3,300,000
2,200,000
990,000
1,800,000
5,800,000
1,000,000
1,200,000
5,110,000
70,000,000
8,500,000
12,000,000
5,000,000
2,045,000
7,045,000
Other Revenue:
Sales and Service Fees:
Land Sales         2,000,000
Motor-vehicle Lien and
Search Fees         4,200,000
Medicare Services Recoveries         9,790,000
Ferry Revenue        2,800,000
Ambulance Service         2,600,000
Forest Scaling Fees         8,300,000
Land-clearing Receipts         1,775,000
Land Registry Fees        19,400,000
Reservoir Waterway Improvements         5,924,000
Sheriffs' Fees         1,500,000
Publications Service
Branch           1,000,000
Hearing-aid Equipment        2,858,000
Receipts from Beautiful
British Columbia Magazine         1,200,000
Miscellaneous Parks Receipts          1,675,000
Miscellaneous Sales and
Services          2,478,000
Licences and Permits:
Motor-vehicle Licences
and Permits	
Companies Branch .
Electrical Energy Inspection Fees	
Fire Marshal Act—Fees,
etc.   	
Law Stamps 	
Liquor Licensing Branch
—Permits and Fees—
Probate Fees 	
Camp-site Permits and
Park Use 	
Miscellaneous Licences
and Permits	
Fines and Penalties.
54,000,000
3,800,000
2,400,000
1,500,000
2,500,000
7,000,000
1,300,000
1,250,000
6,350,000
Interest from Investments
Miscellaneous:
Institutional Maintenance Receipts:
Maintenance  of  Children        10,500,000
Other Maintenance Receipts         2,535,000
67,500,000
80,100,000
10,000,000
32,000,000
13,035,000
 ESTIMATED REVENUE,  1978/79
H 7
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1978
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1979
1,500,000
3,900,000
3,809,000
900,000
1,300,000
8,546,000
27,000,000
173,300,000
164,200,000
33,000,000
197,200,000
310,300,000
222,903,000
26,500,000
6,190,000
2,300,000
7,500,000
17,010,000
2,000,000
2,300,000
597,003,000
30,785,000
22,000
627,810,000
$3,829,900,000
Other Revenue—Continued
Miscellaneous—Continued
Miscellaneous Revenue:
Pearson Hospital Receipts          1,500,000
Insurance Claims Receipts         4,000,000
Superannuation Branch
Cost Recoveries ......       4,450,000
Federal Sales Tax Recoveries         1,000,000
Glendale Laundry Receipts         1,400,000
Recovery from B.C.
Hydro for Highway
Relocation Costs ___    11,750,000
Other    Miscellaneous
Revenue        10,565,000
47,700,000
Total Other Revenue       237,300,000
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
Liquor Distribution Branch—Net Profit....      190,000,000
British Columbia Buildings Corporation....        29,500,000
Total Contributions From Government Enterprises      219,500,000
Contributions From Other Governments:
Canada:
Established Programs Financing        470,800,000
Canada Assistance Plan         132,500,000
Social Services Block Funding  67,500,000
Other Shared-cost Programs:
Adult Occupational
Training       30,100,000
Water Planning and
Management          7,250,000
Apprenticeship Training         7,500,000
Economic Development       14,000,000
Transportation and
Highways       16,500,000
Other Federal Payments       50,800,000
       126,150,000
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax_ 2,000,000
Statutory Subsidies   2,300,000
Subtotal, Canada       801,250,000
Municipal Share of Joint-service Programs        24,000,000
Other provinces  —
Total Contributions From Other Governments ......      825,250,000
Total Estimated Revenue  $4,280,350,000
  MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1979
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1977/78
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1978/79
$3,580,426
3,580,426
713,648
85,952
1,186,506
1,063,149
3,592,423
532,968
52,769,511
3,962,022
176,148
2,291,521
221,000
65,881,200
1,311,867
64,569,333
104,720
3,816,364
24,727,125
7,644,422
29,137,388
40,974,313
7,300,000
1,721,000
2,277,050
5,350,841
980,080
114,416
291,353
1,500,000
1,179,013
745,692
351,078
4,503,510
50,000
16,466,107
144,000
149,378,472
2269,670
147,108,802
Legislation :
1       Legislation-
Crown Corporation Reporting Committee..
Auditor General:
3 Auditor General	
4 Building Occupancy Charges
5   Executive Council
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Ministry of Agriculture:
Minister's Office	
Deputy Minister's Office-
General Administration-
Production Services	
Marketing Services-
General and Financial Services	
Specialist and Regulatory Services..
Milk Board	
Building Occupancy Charges-
Computer and Consulting Charges -
Total to be voted.
Less staff reduction salary savings..
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Ministry of the Attorney-General:
Minister's Office	
Administration and Support-
Court Services	
Crown Counsel	
Police Services	
Corrections	
Legal Services Commission	
Justice Development Commission-
Legal Services to Government	
Judiciary _ 	
Coroners	
British Columbia Parole Board_
Law Reform Commission	
Criminal Injuries Compensation Act-
Public Trustee	
Fire Marshal .	
Racing Commission—	
Land Registry..
Order in Council Patients' Review Board .
Building Occupancy Charges...
Computer and Consulting Charges.
Total to be voted..
Less staff reduction salary savings
$3,997,588
400,000
2,034,507
195,396
100,533
1,146,532
1,241,849
3,950,723
503,383
57,893,907
4,351,768
203,671
2,437,855
221,000
72,051,221
139,990
2,804,356
28,952,359
8,284,545
35,192,543
53,941,435
9,600,000
1,835,180
2,673,452
6,548,370
1,198,602
79,113
295,361
1,500,000
1,557,506
1,439,731
452,890
5,958,191
92,221
21,488,642
2,641,600
186,676,087
$4,397,588
2,229,903
753,760
72,051,221
j     186,676,087
 H 10
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1977/78
V°otef                                SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1978/79
108,644
638,440
2,125,959
2,864,674
1,331,092
439,358
1,064,138
30,144
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs:
150,911
516,939
2,906,603
3,868,245
1,293,893
542,806
1,170,364
74,400
3,000
Rent Review Commission    — 	
Corporate and Financial Services Commission	
45,000
818,619
1,496,912
1,586,923
159,000
9,625,068
620,330
13,610,996
Ministry of Economic Development:
Minister's Office     	
9,004,738
154,432
6,933,841
6,340,000
14,000,000
800,874
936,891
13,610,996
141,324
5,541,806
1,060,000
Grants                                   „.               .
Federal-Provincial Shared-cost Programs 	
227,933
160,000
Total to be voted	
7,131.063
44 206
29,166,038
Ministry of Education:
Minister's Office	
7,086,857
119,793
5,097,460
591,589,968
9,156,008
208,602,857
146,630,743
11,273,537
40,600,000
331,430
10
87,735
18,057,264
1,300,000
29,166,038
133,168
5,022,335
563,700,000
191,866,037
118,676,455
Post-secondary Education—Colleges and Provincial Insti-
11,179,254
38,300,000
195,630
10
Advances re Rural School Taxes—Net	
19,209,874
232,000
Tntal fn be vnt'd
948,514,763
805,358
1,032,846,805
Ministry of Energy, Transport and Communications:
947,709,405
152,472
698,130
674,198
3,200,246
15,160,033
947,209
12,202,674
868,182
367,191
1,402,187
2,091,671
50,558,500
107,723
2,079,282
3,498,546
2,276,055
1,032,846,805
134,140
745,512
600,906
General Administration   	
2,668,076
14,144,224
878,840
11,864,584
616,780
Telecommunication Services Branch	
Communications   System   Development   and   Regulation
326,596
548,692
Motor Carrier Commission  ._
1,122,870
29,819,800
1,508,000
1,740,619
789,000
67,508.639
96,284,299
2,077,940
65,430,699
96,284,299
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
H 11
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1977/78
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1978/79
124,088
2,201,513
8,535,823
25,676,795
7,022,355
1,114,830
667,830
2,294,118
726,000
48,363,352
2,819,742
45,543,610
95,034
903,968
2,830,063
5,095,512
1,315,344
4,322,478
100,000
4,917,294
13,875,000
30,260,000
3,500,000
788,500
10
41,362,498
10,765,913
1,666,187
121,797,801
1,987,033
119,810,768
101,012
19,421,832
9,830,468
591,742
8,055,875
522,569
20,853,993
2,800,000
9,202,000
10,100,000
6,000,000
9,800,000
2,000,000
7,000,000
2,500,000
1,689,621
535,000
111,004,112
6,978,719
104,025,393
107,670
1,414,550
2,870,519
30,107,153
16,128,032
8,289,340
6,774,020
63,980
615,621,231
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
Ministry of the Environment:
Minister's Office	
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
General Administration-
Land and Water Management-
Environmental and Engineering Service-
Environmental Protection	
Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat.
Provincial Agricultural Land Commission	
Building Occupancy Charges-
Computer and Consulting Charges.
Total to be voted	
Less staff reduction salary savings .
Ministry of Finance:
Minister's Office-
Administrative and Support Services-
Office of the Comptroller-General	
Computer and Consulting Services	
Purchasing Commission-
Taxation Administration	
Assessment Act Appeal Boards.
Government Agencies	
Interest on Public Debt 	
Grants, Contributions, and Subsidies-
Interest on Deposits 	
Incidentals  	
Advances Under Various Statutes	
Salary Contingencies (All Ministries)..
Treasury Board 	
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Total to be voted	
Less staff reduction salary savings..
Ministry of Forests:
Minister's Office   _	
Ministry Administration Program 	
Engineering Support Services Program 	
Public Information Services Program. -	
Resource Management Program 	
Special Studies Program	
Reforestation Program .
Research Program 	
Fire Suppression Program	
Forest Protection Program 	
Inventory Program 	
Scaling Program	
Range Management Program	
Forest Development Roads Maintenance Program
Reservoir Waterway Improvements Program	
Building Occupancy Charges -	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted  	
Less staff reduction salary savings  _	
Ministry of Health:
Minister's Office   _  	
Administration and Support Services  _	
Community Health Programs—
Branch Support Services _ _	
Public Health Programs   	
Mental Health Programs	
Special Health Services 	
Other Health Care Expenditures _ 	
Office of Deputy Minister of Medical and Hospital Pro
grams	
Hospital Programs     	
131,756
1,798,066
11,477,133
26,288,717
7,774,376
1,016,324
691,389
2,732,825
1,356,400
53,266,986
105,330
1,072,434
4,002,470
6,801,506
2,045,495
4,797,307
400,000
5,684,386
21,853,323
16,481,000
3,400,000
1,860,500
250,000
21,064,320
9,148,468
3,737,896
102,704,435
110,042
21,337,907
9,105,583
649,614
8,473,647
1,776,086
19,837,242
2,181,163
7,000,000
10,102,369
6,305,210
11,249,847
2,289,571
6,594,677
5,973,966
3,878,928
1,682,000
118,547,852
139,851
2,629,019
3,339,570
34,622,592
17,863,005
9,856,065
6,281,860
609,588,881
53,266,986
102,704,435
118,547,852
 H 12
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1977/78
Vote
No. of
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1978/79
53,348,911
3,106,101
7,041,544
207,300,000
20,923,537
16,568,461
168,000
989,833,049
8,331,533
981,501,516
158,130
4,169,162
136,239,800
179,895,078
io
10
10
10
4,786,793
1,586,334
10,699,582
316,000
337,850,919
1,838,022
336,012,897
146,516
57,413,289
70,120,355
54,468,083
37,100,000
302,772,566
39,247,391
10,195,255
599,000
572,062,455
2,500,000
569,562,455
131,284
1,632,508
28,036,112
1,179,094
2,583,042
402,488
1,147,204
905,205
181,000
36,197,937
657,803
35,540,134
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
Ministry of Health—Continued
Government Institutions	
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
Forensic Psychiatric Services	
Alcohol and Drug Commission-
Medical Services Commission	
Emergency Health Services	
Long-term Care Program.
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges-
61,134,726
4,136,440
10,619,966
211,613,000
24,775,037
120,457,272
31,593,289
7,700,983
Total to be voted.
1,156,351,556
Less staff reduction salary savings.:
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
Ministry of Highways and Public Works:
Minister's Office	
General Administration—Highways-
Highway Maintenance-
Highway Construction—Capital-
Hydro Development—Highways	
General Administration—Public Works..
Government Building Maintenance	
Construction of Provincial Buildings	
Rentals—Public Works  	
Safety Engineering Division	
Glendale Laundry..
Government-owned Residences Maintenance-
Employees' Salaries and Benefits	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted.
Less staff reduction salary savings.
Ministry of Human Resources:
Minister's Office  	
Administration and Community Service-
Services to Families and Children	
Community Projects	
Health Services  	
GAIN Programs-
Special Programs for the Retarded .
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges-
Total to be voted.
Less staff reduction salary savings .
Ministry of Labour:
Minister's Office	
Ministerial Administration and Support Services-
Job Training and Employment Opportunities Program-
Occupational  Environment  and  Compensation  Advisory
Services.
Collective Bargaining and Labour Standards Program.
Human Rights Programs	
Labour Relations Board	
Essential Services Advisory Agency-
Building Occupancy Charges-
Computer and Consulting Charges.
Total to be voted ...
Less staff reduction salary savings.
5
153
157
11
180,378
.115,924
925,075
.258,637
,750,000
,837,073
,718,735
186,000
,120,000
,523,267
,751,500
357,366,589
145,890
64,048,833
71,680,528
26,815,473
45,332,296
277,873,264
43,429,775
19,373,175
3,816,414
552,515,648
140,241
2,795,211
29,308,710
1,503,301
2,622,380
507,351
1,197,304
300,000
1,384,760
638,202
40,397,460
1,156,351,556
357,366,589
552,515,648
40,397,460
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
H 13
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1977/78
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1978/79
86,016
896,803
4,273,605
1,424,616
54,000
1,000,000
215,000
82,000
200,000
60,000
325,000
538,614
118,000
9,273,654
712,728
8,560,926
147,856
6,861,776
106,677,000
34,000,000
51,771,734
361,115
23,000,000
50,000
542,638
255,000
223,667,119
649,818
223,017,301
155,690
339,252
806,242
4,529,088
646,994
742,620
10
131,888
454,184
60,420
280,000
2,910,000
580,236
1,347,486
~10
13,200,000
3,659,102
200,000
150,000
96,354
10,500
50,000
63,380
4,237,780
1,185,068
174,720
588,182
5,496,452
450,000
42,545,658
1,139,410
41,406,248
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Minister's Office	
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
Deputy Minister's Office	
Mineral Resources Branch	
Petroleum Resources Branch —
Grants and Subsidies Program-
Mineral Road Program-
Prospectors' Assistance Program-
Mineral Research Program	
Mineral Data Program .
Mineral Employment Program-
Energy Resource Evaluation Program-
Building Occupancy Charges  _
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted - 	
Less staff reduction salary savings...
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing:
Minister's Office 	
Office of the Deputy Minister—Municipal Affairs	
Grants, Contributions, and Subsidies—Municipal Affairs-
Revenue Sharing Fund.
Office of Deputy Minister—Housing _
Central Ministry Services...
Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters and Renters' Tax Credit-
Mobile Home Registry	
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges..
Total to be voted...
Less staff reduction salary savings..
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
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry:
Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry:
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Central Microfilm Bureau-
Postal Branch-
Legislative Library	
Provincial Archives...
Queen's Printer	
Government House —
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House -
Indian Advisory Act  	
Public Inquiries Act-
Grants, Special Services and Events -
Provincial Elections Act -
Provincial Emergency Programme .
Captain Cook Bi-CentenniaL 	
British Columbia Lottery Branch...
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation-
Provincial Museum and Resource Museums _	
Government Publications    	
Public Information  	
Legislative Tour Guides
Queen Elizabeth II British Columbia Centennial Scholarship Act   	
Flood Relief Act 	
General Administration—Travel Industry 	
Travel Division       	
Beautiful British Columbia Magazine 	
California and London Offices	
Film and Photographic Branch  	
Building Occupancy Charges  	
Computer and Consulting Charges  	
Total to be voted.
Less staff reduction salary savings..
87,861
1,145,667
4,392,165
1,400,434
585,250
900,000
215,000
77,000
155,000
60,000
351,300
772,436
315,100
10,457,213
153,456
8,518,528
40,700,000
138,300,000
38,122,106
449,243
28,996,905
443,764
889,521
525,890
257,099,413
212,278
446,525
1,126,743
5,858,024
757,136
1,087,626
10
164,489
519,548
65,807
500,000
3,100,000
931,102
1,534,542
1,000,000
10
13,200,000
3,980,358
201,759
205,054
144,086
19,000
50,000
60,992
7,746,708
1,345,931
230,073
781,008
7,514,080
1,400,000
54,182,889
54,182,889
10,457,213
257,099,413
 H 14
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1977/78
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1978/79
2,564,830
266,600
2,831,430
274,554
2,556,876
1,153,661
45,120,000
135,000
50,000
15,922,391
62,381,052
162,261
62,218,791
106,181,915
102,752
1,009,729
438,598
558,778
300,000
9,348,676
640,000
129,750
15,501,080
4,500,000
2,158,000
1,000,000
1,568,805
1,993,366
8,000,000
1,180,000
501,350
3,846,362
470,000
2,588,501
351,000
56,186,747
1,247,570
54,939,177
$3,829,900,000
Ministry of thb Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry
—Continued
Public Service Commission:
224 Administration ___——.	
225 Public Service Adjudication Board   	
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
Total to be voted-
Less staff reduction salary savings-
Superannuation Branch:
Administration	
Public Service Superannuation and Retirement Benefits—
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation
Act	
Municipal Superannuation Act-
Employee Benefits	
Total to be voted-
Less staff reduction salary savings-
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation :
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Information and Education-
Marine Resources Branch —
Salmonid Enhancement Program .
Fish and Wildlife Branch	
Federal and Other Agency Programs..
Creston Valley Wildlife Management	
Parks Management	
Parks Capital-
Land Acquisition—National and Provincial Parks.
Youth Crew	
Heritage Conservation Branch-
Recreation and Fitness Branch..
Recreation Facilities Grants	
Grants-in-aid of Regional Park Development-
Cultural Services Branch	
Library Services Branch-
Provincial Capital Commission	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges..
Total to be voted..
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total Estimates..
2,895,352
285,393
3,180,745
3,180,745
1,387,888
51,280,000
140,000
22,154,026
74,961,914
74,961,914
116,724
1,294,013
495,024
551,430
2,064,800
10,323,445
1,559,956
129,750
16,346,619
4,500,000
1,858,000
1,000,000
1,477,331
2,333,953
7,000,000
1,080,000
421,299
4,436,193
579,796
3,390,270
342,000
61,300,603
132,325,548
61,300,603
$4,280,350,000
 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1979
LEGISLATION
Estimated,       Vote
1977/78 No.
$
3,580,426
Summary
1 Legislation	
2 Crown Corporation Reporting Committee
3,580,426
Estimates,
1978/79
$
3,997,588
400,000
4,397,588
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 16
Votel
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
LEGISLATION
Description
Provides for the costs of the Legislative Assembly and its committees, including the support
services.
Staff
Estimated, 1977/78
$
1,914,000
50,000
35,000
181,750
168,352
189,200
36,520
36,304
94,900
478,000
346,400
50,000
(     29)      3,580,426
Activity
Staff
Members of the Legislative Assembly
Committees of the Legislature	
Inter-Parliamentary Relations	
Speaker's Office  (3)
Government Members' Caucus
Official Opposition Caucus
Progressive Conservative Caucus
Liberal Caucus 	
Clerk of the House .
-(10)
(10)
_(2)
-(2)
-d)
Legislative Procedure and Practice Inquiry  	
Other session expenses	
Hansard operations	
Dining-room  	
-(!)
Total vote -
-(29)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,118,500
125,000
13,000
224,894
181,422
206,360
38,060
38,732
84,200
30,000
541,000
346,420
50,000
3,997,588
880,000
440,000
19,000
8,500
19,000
8,500
8,500
480,500
50,000
50,000
36,000
15,000
12,000
(  29)
2,027,000
54,750
323,376
12,900
26,400
417,426
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(06) Allowances and expenses (Members and
Legislative Officers):
Sessional allowances   880,000
Expense and living allowance .  440,000
The Speaker—allowance   19,000
Deputy Speaker—allowance   8,500
Leader of the Opposition—allowance 19,000
Leader of the Liberal Party—allowance   8,500
Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party—allowance   8,500
Secretarial and clerical allowance  660,000
Air travel from constituencies   75,000
Select  Standing   Committees—allowance and travel expenses  125,000
Clerks of the House  36,000
Clerk Assistant   15,000
Sergeant-at-Arms     12,000
(01) Salaries—established:
Speaker's staff	
Caucus staff 	
Clerk of the House staff	
Hansard staff 	
-(3)
-(24)
-d)
--(1)
(29)
2,306,500
54,828
344,574
13,200
24,420
437,022
591,000
8,000
70,000
100,000
20,000
220,000
20,000
20,000
50,000
37,000
3,580,426
(04) Salaries—temporary and seasonal staff
(10) Staff travel expense	
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment 	
(50) Materials   (printing   and   publications)
(60) Rentals 	
(75) Machinery and equipment	
(80) Grants, subsidies, and contributions	
(90) Other expenditure	
700,000
10,000
51,000
100,000
15,000
246,000
52,066
15,000
50,000
15,000
3,997,588
 LEGISLATION
H 17
Vote 2
CROWN CORPORATION REPORTING COMMITTEE
Description
Provides for costs of the Committee on Crown Corporations appointed under the Standing
Orders of the House, including the support services, in accordance with the Crown Corporation
Reporting Act.
Estimated,
1977/78
Total vote
Estimates,
1978/79
$
400,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(90) Other expenditure	
400,000
  AUDITOR GENERAL
H 19
Estimated,
1977/78
$
Vote
No.
AUDITOR GENERAL
Summary
3 Auditor General	
4 Building occupancy charges
Total	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
2,034,507
195,396
2,229,903
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 20
Vote 3
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
AUDITOR GENERAL
Description
The Auditor General Act provides for the independent examination of the financial
accounts and records of the Government and an annual report, including the expression of
opinion, on its financial statements, as well as on certain other matters.
Audits of certain public bodies as transferred by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council are
also required, and the Auditor General may be appointed the auditor or joint auditor of a
Crown corporation, Crown agency, or public body. The Lieutenant-Governor in Council may
request that special assignments be undertaken.
Authority is given to extend the scope of the report to include assessment of the basis of
preparation of the financial statements of the Government and the administration of programs
by ministries, and to conduct such examination of Crown corporations, Crown agencies, or
other public bodies as may be considered necessary or desirable.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Total vote
Staff
-(60)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,034,507
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Auditor General	
Program Manager 3  (4)
Program Manager 2  (10)
Executive Secretary 2 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Audit Accountant 4  (10)
Audit Accountant 3    (15)
Audit Accountant 2  (15)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3)
(60) "
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense  .	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(90) Other expenditure	
54,000
134,000
285,000
15,300
17,339
249,268
274,276
245,935
37,389
1,312,507
85,000
417,500
30,500
37,000
2,000
125,000
25,000
2,034,507
Vote 4
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Auditor General.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
195,396
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  195,396
 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
H 21
Vote 5
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Description
Provides for costs of the Premier's office, intergovernmental relations, and Executive
Council administration.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      11) 230,864
(       9) 282,492
(       2) 200,292
(     22)
713,648
Activity
Staff
Premier's office  (10)
Intergovernmental relations  (10)
Executive Council administration —(9)
Total vote  (29)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
237,961
305,102
210,697
753,760
2)
2)
3)
1)
(     22)
28,000
36,432
19,500
18,780
24,000
10,800
10,704
21,144
18,504
36,432
19,500
31,000
14,500
72,000
11,568
10,992
36,432
28,860
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries:     .
449,148
2,500
40,000
25,000
3,000
Premier's Office
Premier 	
Executive Director 	
Administrative Officer 5
Administrative Officer 2
Research Officer 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Intergovernmental Relations
Executive Director 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Senior Officer 	
Assistant Administrative Officer
Research Officers 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
-(5)
-(2)
Executive Council Administration
Deputy Minister
Communications Planning Adviser ...
Program Manager 2 	
Public Information Officer	
Assistant Planning Adviser 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk Typist 2
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (half time)
Clerk 1 	
(29)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expenses 	
(30) Office expenses
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies
194,000    (90) Other expenses 	
28,000
36,432
22,160
12,036
11,532
12,036
16,860
12,636
10,344
11,925
36,432
17,448
99,768
12,636
23,568
45,900
36,432
28,860
20,652
17,500
12,036
11,925
5,502
10,140
713,648
552,760
5,000
50,000
35,000
3,000
83,000
25,000
753,760
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
  AGRICULTURE
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
H 23
Estimated,
1977/78
$
85,952
1,186,506
1,063,149
3,592,423
532,968
52,769,511
3,962,022
176,148
2,291,521
221,000
65,881,200
1,311,867
64,569,333
Vote
No.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Summary
Minister's Office 	
Deputy Minister's Office
General Administration ...
Production Services	
Marketing Services
General and Financial Services	
Specialist and Regulatory Services
Milk Board
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges __
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
100,533
1,146,532
1,241,849
3,950,723
503,383
57,893,907
4,351,768
203,671
2,437,855
221,000
72,051,221
.._ 72,051,221
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 24
Vote 6
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Agriculture, including his salary and expenses
and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       4) 85,952
Total  vote
Staff
-(5)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
100,533
(  4)
24,000
19,500
15,744
11,208
70,452
11,000
3,500
1,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)
Salaries—established:
Minister of Agriculture
Executive Assistant 	
Secretary to Minister —
Clerk-Stenographer 4 _.
Clerk-Typist 2 ...	
(5)
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment
24,000
19,500
16,836
14,396
11,801
86,533
11,000
2,000
1,000
85,952
100,533
 AGRICULTURE
H 25
Vote 7
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
The Deputy Minister's Office provides executive direction for the Ministry. Staff includes
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, agriculture societies,
and developing countries.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(        9) 207,167
79,339
550,000
350,000
(     13)       1,186,506
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister's staff (8)
Policy and Planning Branch  (4)
General and research, grants, and expense   	
Agricultural aid to developing countries
Total vote
-(12)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
219,217
102,315
475,000
350,000
1,146,532
(       1)
(     13)
43,080
36,480
29,100
13,200
12,240
25,368
21,360
39,120
33,358
10,200
263,506
24,000
28,000
57,000
4,000
15,000
5,000
15,000
775,000
1,186,506
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
Associate Deputy Minister
Program Manager 3 	
Executive Secretary 2	
Executive Secretary 1 	
Agriculturist 5 	
Agriculturist 3 	
Research Officer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
-(2)
-(3)
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(50) Materials and supplies	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
45,480
39,564
27,996
15,300
14,100
26,880
19,068
40,822
37,766
(12) 266,976
29,556
39,500
69,000
4,000
17,500
5,000
15,000
700,000
1,146,532
 H 26 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 8
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides for the accounting and personnel programs of the Ministry as well as administrative support and other services to the operational programs of the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $ $
(     49)      1,063,149 Total vote (54) 1,241,849
30,600
21,000
17,484
50,340
(
1)
10,704
(
6)
62,076
19,944
20,928
10,464
25,392
48,060
(
6)
68,004
(
8)
83,496
(
5)
53,016
40,620
14,184
(
49)
576,312
73,837
(04)
34,000
(10)
15,000
(20)
100,000
(30)
60,000
(35)
60,000
(40)
59,000
(50)
85,000
(55)
—
(90)
1,063,149
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3   32,160
Personnel Officer 3   22,680
Administrative Officer 1   20,652
Clerk 4 (4) 58,399
Clerk 3  (2) 25,814
Clerk 2 (7) 84,826
Clerk 1  (2) 21,977
Office Equipment Operator 2 (2) 24,995
Office Equipment Operator 1  11,098
Clerk-Stenographer 5 (2) 29,104
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (4) 57,586
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (7) 95,861
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (9) 113,050
Clerk-Typist 2  (6) 70,305
Clerk-Typist 1  (4) 45,777
Stockman 5   16,828
(54) 731,112
Salaries—temporary   64,137
Travel expense   43,500
Professional and special services  15,000
Office expense   142,000
Office furniture and equipment  60,000
Advertising and publications   60,000
Materials and supplies  40,000
Motor-vehicles   85,000
Other expenditure   1,100
1,241,849
 AGRICULTURE
H 27
Vote 9
PRODUCTION SERVICES
Description
The program provides assistance and technical advisory services to agricultural producers
and commodity groups through specific development and extension programs and specialist
services. The activities are designed to facilitate improved management and production of
livestock, poultry, apiary, field, and horticultural crops. Grants are made to agricultural
organizations in reference to livestock, crop improvements, and weed control.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(      34)
ID
34)
42)
12)
50,492
140,592
719,846
276,818
462,604
728,026
897,997
316,048
(   152)      3,592,423
Activity
Director 	
Apiary Branch 	
Extension Branch 	
Farm Economics Branch
Field Crops Branch 	
Horticulture Branch 	
Livestock Branch 	
Poultry Branch 	
Staff
-(2)
-(3)
-(33)
-(14)
-(12)
-(29)
-(40)
-(10)
Total vote (143)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
54,436
169,183
755,024
332,630
642,727
721,430
961,517
313,776
3,950,723
33,396
61,200
149,196
(
6)
137,172
(
60)
1,219,554
(
3)
46,992
(
1)
13,824
25,368
20,448
36,024
(
2)
33,240
(
33)
512,374
(
7)
97,704
(
2)
25,320
13,608
13,032
25,152
12,696
11,496
(
1)
10,332
24,192
(
8)
89,352
(
6)
62,958
(
1)
9,756
(
1)
10,584
( 152)  2,694,970
( 152)  2,694,970
240,453
323,000
19,500
31,000
8,700
153,000
11,600
27,200
83,000
3,592,423
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 3  (2)
Agriculturist 5  (6)
Agriculturist 4  (5)
Agriculturist 3  (56)
Agriculturist 2  (4)
Agriculturist 1 	
Veterinarian 3 	
Laboratory Scientist 4 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Agricultural Officer 5 (2)
Agricultural Officer 4 (3)
Agricultural Officer 3  (29)
Agricultural Officer 2 (8)
Agricultural Officer 1 	
Farm Worker 5	
Farm Worker 3	
Farm Worker 2 (2)
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (7)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (4)
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
Clerk-Typist 2  (2)
(143) ~
Isolation allowance	
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
(90) Other expenditure	
35,040
64,320
160,116
123,780
1,221,318
66,216
26,880
21,899
24,098
42,526
58,026
525,334
130,923
14,318
16,138
15,475
29,911
15,085
13,694
24,995
28,792
93,996
49,797
25,540
2,828,217
696
(143)      2,828,913
153,726
374,301
52,575
25,175
6,750
182,583
10,100
13,500
38,600
263,000
1,500
3,950,723
 H 28 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 10
MARKETING SERVICES
Description
This program provides for a number of services designed to develop and promote the use
of British Columbia-grown food and agricultural products. The Market Development Program
is designed to identify new production opportunities and to assist industry in finding new markets
for available products. The Market Information Program disseminates current production and
marketing information in order to improve industry decision-making. The Food Promotion
Program is aimed at increasing the awareness and consumption of British Columbia-grown
foods.
The Marketing Service administers marketing legislation, grade regulations, and tariff and
trade matters.   This service also maintains the agricultural statistics function.
Funds for the operation of the Provincial Marketing Board are provided for in this vote.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $                       $
51,156 Administration  (2) 51,194
100,000 Provincial Marketing Board  94,100
(       4)         339,092 British Columbia food promotion ....(5) 305,880
21,360 Marketing information  33,432
21,360 Marketing development   18,777
(       8) 532,968 Total vote  (9) 503,383
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
22,176 Program Manager 1   22,200
(       1)           21,360 Agriculturist 4  —
42,720 Agriculturist 3  (2) 45,264
17,052 Home Economist 3  21,263
— Public Information Officer 2  20,358
14,700 Public Information Officer 1   17,425
21,960 Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2) 27,219
— Clerk-Typist 2  11,677
(       8) 139,968 (9) 165,406
40,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   12,577
40,000 (10) Travel expense   40,000
130,200 (20) Professional and special services  110,700
14,800 (30) Office expense   9,500
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  400
159,000 (40) Advertising and publications  159,000
8,500 (50) Materials and supplies  4,600
500 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   1,200
532,968 503,383
 AGRICULTURE
H 29
Vote 11
GENERAL AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
Description
The program chiefly provides for financial plans which ensure that the producer, aided by
the processor of agricultural products, is able to maintain and improve food production activity
on lands dedicated and reserved under the Agricultural Land Commission Act. Specific programs involve agricultural credit, agricultural and rural development, farm income assurance,
crop insurance, farm products finance, and agricultural rehabilitation and development. The
information program is administered, together with co-ordination and establishment of agricultural education courses.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
8)
5)
17)
4)
3)
(     96)
$
165,372
8,638,660
6,146,758
505,156
36,553,125
81,608
169,196
509,636
(   147)    52,769,511
Activity
Staff
Director  (8)
Agriculture credit  (7)
Agriculture and rural development (7)
Crop insurance  (16)
Farm income assurance  (5)
Farm products finance  (4)
Information  Branch   (6)
Property Management Branch (86)
Total vote  (139)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
192,936
8,635,314
12,145,983
591,058
35,398,352
114,233
187,005
629,026
57,893,907
30,396
90,300
126,840
69,084
155,550
33,078
15,060
22,236
34,764
15,024
19,152
18,780
15,672
70,920
118,188
45,060
31,344
14,784
14,508
41,832
81,648
66,780
234,576
364,704
157,560
28,986
13,614
38,088
56,124
11,352
88,500
10,464
31,164
9,972
(   147)      2,176,104
( 8)
( 2)
(       1)
(       1)
(       1)
( 3)
( 2)
(       1)
(     29)
(       5)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4 	
Program Manager 3 	
Agriculturist  5
Agriculturist 4  	
Agriculturist  3   	
Agriculturist 2 	
Engineer 1 	
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Audit Accountant 3 ...
Property Negotiator 3
Technician 2
Agricultural Officer 5
Agricultural Officer 4
Agricultural Officer 3
Engineering Assistant
Technical Assistant 3
Farm Worker 7
Farm Worker
Farm Worker
Farm Worker
Farm Worker
Farm Worker
Farm Worker
Foreman  1
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
.(3)
-(5)
(3)
-(9)
-(2)
-(4)
-(7)
-(2)
-(3)
-(3)
-(6)
-(5)
-(18)
-(25)
-(13)
-(2)
-(3)
-(4)
-(8)
-(3)
34,320
94,920
134,400
71,076
183,882
18,348
26,178
39,572
19,467
22,160
84,376
137,881
38,677
55,635
17,192
49,628
96,836
79,331
278,573
370,469
187,497
18,142
34,390
16,593
44,567
52,382
14,396
105,830
11,925
36,235
11,314
(139)  2,386,192
 H 30 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 11—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,010,000 (04) Salaries—temporary  2,387,390
— (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts  3,700
174,800 (10) Travel expense   172,050
80,400 (20) Professional and special services  215,100
35,000 (30) Office expense  55,350
21,500 (40) Advertising and publications   51,800
1,508,600 (50) Materials and supplies  2,050,175
916,500 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  2,648,890
22,500 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 84,300
8,000,000 (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  10,225,000
40,461,697 (90) Other expenditure  39,283,092
1,637/590 (99) Farm recoveries  (Credit) 1,669,132
52,769,511 57,893,907
 AGRICULTURE
H 31
Vote 12
SPECIALIST AND REGULATORY SERVICES
Description
The program provides specialist and regulatory services throughout the Province related
to animal health; meat, brand, dairy farm, and dairy plant inspection; plant disease control and
insect control; soil classifications and topsoil conservation; irrigation; drainage; farm buildings;
waste management; farm machinery; 4-H and farm vacations. Operating within this program
are the Veterinary, Dairy, and Soils Laboratories.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
47,472
(        1)
18,802
(    36)
788,108
(     13)
321,084
(     15)
523,568
(       3)
84,416
445,352
(     57)
1,476,910
(     ID
256,310
(   158)      3,962,022
Activity
Director 	
Co-operative Branch
Dairy Branch
Staff
_.(2)
 (33)
Engineering Branch  (14)
Entomology/Plant Pathology Branch	
 (16)
Farm Labour Branch	
Soils Branch
Veterinary Medicine Branch
Youth Development Branch
Total vote 	
-(20)
-(54)
-(9)
-(148)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
53,519
807,240
385,877
563,061
14,500
482,095
1,793,146
252,330
4,351,768
30,396
(       3)
91,800
26,640
100,380
46,728
(     19)
393,942
(       3)
46,686
(       5)
68,406
25,296
(       2)
39,732
(       1)
16,932
(       2)
32,100
27,360
126,840
(       8)
183,900
24,576
(       1)
21,420
68,076
(        1)
15,936
(       1)
17,880
14,616
(       2)
36,636
(       1)
14,784
(       2)
36,024
50,652
(     28)
437,706
(       1)
14,088
(       8)
93,420
31,632
(       2)
28,608
96,462
65,280
15,672
20,916
19,152
15,228
14,784
21,624
22,848
-(2)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 1 	
Agriculturist 5 	
Agriculturist 4	
Agriculturist 3 	
Agriculturist 2	
Agriculturist 1 	
Engineer 4	
Engineer 3 	
Engineer 2 	
Engineer 1 	
Veterinarian 4	
Veterinarian 3  .	
Veterinarian 2	
-(4)
-(2)
-(22)
-(2)
-(4)
-(2)
-(5)
-(7)
-(4)
-(2)
Laboratory Scientist 5 	
Laboratory Scientist 4	
Laboratory Scientist 2	
Home Economist 3	
Home Economist 2	
Home Economist 1	
Administrative Officer 3 _.
Technical Assistant 3 .	
Agricultural Officer 5	
Agricultural Officer 4 	
Agricultural Officer 3 	
Agricultural Officer 2 	
Laboratory Assistant 2	
Laboratory Assistant 1 ..(2)
-(3)
-(21)
-(8)
-(6)
Laboratory Technician
Laboratory Technician
Laboratory Technician
Laboratory Technician
Engineering Assistant
Technician 3 	
Technician 2 	
Technician 1 	
-(2)
-(7)
-(5)
Technical Assistant 4
Laboratory Aide 	
Clerk 3 	
-(2)
-(2)
34,320
64,320
27,960
107,520
49,512
474,476
17,364
28,512
26,796
84,084
35,256
28,992
134,400
174,888
28,896
81,782
36,205
17,309
23,565
21,263
58,029
393,817
124,148
87,159
28,422
35,881
17,165
112,369
78,316
18,545
24,644
22,590
19,123
18,545
25,802
27,388
 H 32
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 12—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(       2)
(       4)
(       1)
19,368
23,172
89,448
39,960
31,044
12,696
9,360
(   158)      2,680,206
360,716
355,000
95,500
40,300
12,500
200,300
1,000
108,500
108,000
3,962,022
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Stockman 3 	
Stockman 1 	
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
Staff
-(3)
-(2)
-(8)
-(2)
-(3)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
34,904
27,595
105,582
24,434
37,467
15,085
(148)  2,834,430
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(40) Advertising and publications
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
(90) Other expenditure	
266,888
328,800
378,800
39,800
15,500
172,800
6,700
161,700
85,500
60,850
4,351,768
Vote 13
MILK BOARD
Description
The function of the Milk Board is to administer the marketing provisions of the Milk
Industry Act.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     10) 176,148
Total vote
Staff
-(10)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
203,671
15,336
11,988
15,024
(
1)
26,640
(
1)
19,152
(
2)
39,048
11,496
10,464
(
10)
149,148
18,000
3,000
4,000
1,000
1,000
176,148
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman of Milk Board	
Member of Milk Board (part-time)
 (2)
Program Manager 1	
Administrative Officer 1
Audit Accountant 5	
Audit Accountant 3	
Audit Accountant 2	
Clerk 3 	
.(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
(10)
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
16,104
12,936
25,968
19,467
69,096
13,694
12,906
170,171
20,000
7,000
4,000
2,000
500
203,671
 AGRICULTURE
H 33
Vote 14
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
2,291,521
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,437,855
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2,291,521    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers      2,437,855
Vote 15
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
221,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
221,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
221,000    (25) Data systems and processing         221,000
  ATTORNEY-GENERAL
MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 35
Estimated*
1977/78
104,720
3,816,364
24,727,125
7,644,422
29,137,388
40,974,313
7,300,000
1,721,000
2,277,050
5,350,841
980,080
114,416
291,353
1,500,000
1,179,013
745,692
351,078
4,503,510
50,000
16,466,107
144,000
149,378,472
2,269,670
147,108,802
Vote
No.
Summary
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Minister's Office	
Administration and Support
Court Services	
Crown Counsel 	
Police Services 	
Corrections 	
Legal Services Commission	
lustice Development Commission
Legal Services to Government	
ludiciary 	
Coroners 	
British Columbia Parole Board
Law Reform Commission	
Criminal Injuries Compensation Act
Public Trustee 	
Fire Marshal 	
Racing Commission
Land Registry
Order in Council Patients' Review Board
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Less staff reduction salary savings..
Total of Ministry 	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
139,990
2,804,356
28,952,359
8,284,545
35,192,543
53,941,435
9,600,000
1,835,180
2,673,452
6,548,370
1,198,602
79,113
295,361
1,500,000
1,557,506
1,439,731
452,890
5,958,191
92,221
21,488,642
2,641,600
186,676,087
186,676,087
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 36 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 16
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Attorney-General, including his salary and expenses and
those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       6) 104,720 Total vote (6) 139,990
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
24,000 Attorney-General     24,000
(       1)           19,500 Ministerial Executive Assistant  —
15,744 Secretary to Minister  16,836
11,412 Stenographer to Minister  13,572
— Special Project Assistant  22,992
10,704 Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,043
9,360 Clerk-Stenographer 1   11,547
(      6) 90,720 (6) 101,990
—           (04) Salaries—temporary   5,000
8,000    (10) Travel expense   20,000
4,000    (30) Office expense  5,000
2,000    (35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
(55) Motor-vehicles   6,000
104,720 139,990
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 37
Vote 17
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
Provides for
Description
(a) central over-all policy and executive direction;
(b) administrative services, including financial and personnel administration;
(c) information and library services; provides a resource unit to develop and maintain projects on a Ministerial basis in the areas of public education, information
services, audio-visual and printed materials, and establish cross systems communication channels, both internally and for the public; responsible for the orderly
publication of consolidated statutes and regulations, and reports of the decisions
of the courts of British Columbia; and to order all books and other information
rendered for the Ministry and to maintain a catalogue of all texts and publications;
(d) the co-ordination of the planning and management of Ministry facilities; serving
as liaison with the British Columbia Buildings Corporation;
(e) regional justice co-ordination; provides the opportunity for citizens to participate
in the planning and operation of justice services, including information and
program development.
Staff
(
Estimated, 1977/78
$
400,702
2,464,752
275,242
283,092
392,576
17)
97)
12)
17)
(   150)      3,816,364
Activity
Staff
 (14)
 (74)
Information and library services (7)
Facilities  (11)
Regional justice co-ordination (18)
Deputy Minister's office
Administrative  	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
420,694
1,229,019
344,137
311,384
499,122
Total vote
.(124)
2,804,356
45,900
38,880
(    1)
30,800
(    1)
29,400
64,400
(  2)
60,380
24,216
21,000
12,600
12,240
25,836
21,420
(  4)
79,920
(  2)
33,780
(   1)
24,000
(   1)
30,000
19,236
(   1)
14,844
(  1)
21,420
44,856
(  6)
112,176
(  1)
16,200
(  1)
22,236
(  13)
263,652
(  1)
21,228
13,356
(  1)
18,048
(  1)
18,780
(  2)
31,008
(  1)
15,504
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister 	
Associate Deputy Minister	
Executive Director, Finance and Administration 	
Director, Systems and Procedures 	
Program Manager 4  (2)
Program Manager 3  (4)
Program Manager 1 	
Legal Officer 2	
Legal Officer 1	
Executive Secretary 2 	
Executive Secretary 1 	
Personnel Officer 6 	
Personnel Officer 4 	
Personnel Officer 3  (8)
Personnel Officer 2 	
Architect 5	
Engineer 6	
Librarian 3 	
Librarian 2 	
Librarian 1 	
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 4  (2)
Research Officer 3  (3)
Research Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 4 (2)
Administrative Officer 3 (7)
Administrative Officer 2 (6)
Public Information Officer 5	
Public Information Officer 2	
Public Information Officer 1 	
Programmer Analyst 5	
Programmer Analyst 4	
Programmer Analyst 3	
Programmer Analyst 2	
49,000
40,920
61,400
98,640
34,992
31,236
19,476
14,700
14,100
29,844
24,480
165,540
22,068
18,844
55,245
70,227
49,001
167,364
134,096
18,356
15,227
 H 38
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 17—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
3)
1)
2)
5)
1)
3)
12)
16)
9)
1)
2)
15)
9)
1)
2)
1)
2)
1)
1)
150)
64,848
19,524
35,436
83,760
15,444
41,520
37,948
131,136
162,210
82,698
11,496
23,592
163,112
21,408
9,756
92,058
9,360
23,544
22,152
12,096
20,172
9,972
10,560
2,291,118
14,500
150)      2,305,618
Systems Analyst 5 .
Systems Analyst 4 .
Systems Analyst 3 .
Systems Analyst 2 .
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk Stenographer 2
Clerk Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Court Reporter
Data Processing Operator 2
Key-punch Operator 4	
Key-punch Operator 3 	
Key-punch Operator 2 	
Key-punch Operator 1 	
Engineering Aide 1	
Other allowances
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
-(3)
_._(2)
-(3)
-(13)
.(17)
-(6)
-(3)
-(12)
-(2)
-(6)
-(2)
-(2)
-(4)
(124)
21,107
54,062
31,913
43,358
169,854
208,838
66,196
43,862
152,648
25,700
11,925
75,075
22,199
28,038
52,176
2,141,707
4,635
(124)      2,146,342
134,409
128,000
559,337
144,100
41,600
12,000
135,300
350,000
6,000
3,816,364
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(80)
(90)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment _
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies  .	
Motor-vehicles
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies
Other expenditure	
35,162
171,330
82,000
146,514
27,008
40,000
40,400
5,500
110,000
100
2,804,356
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 39
Vote 18
COURT SERVICES
Description
Provides for
(a) Administration and Technical—Executive direction of the Court Administration,
Sheriff, and Court Reporter Programs and the detailed planning for court services
and the development of management systems and improved court procedures;
(b) Court Administration—Administration of all levels of courts: Provincial, County,
Superior, and Appeal Courts;
(c) Sheriff Services—Administration of the Sheriffs Act; security during trial sessions,
escorting of prisoners between courts and institutions, and operation of Provincial
lock-ups;
(d) Court Reporters—Reporting and recording of judicial proceedings throughout the
Province.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
67)
689)
443)
155)
2,008,235
10,886,191
8,759,180
3,073,519
(1,354)    24,727,125
Activity
Staff
-(83)
.(676)
-(442)
Court reporters  (188)
Administration and technical
Court  administration  	
Sheriffs   	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
3,549,253
12,425,491
9,484,652
3,492,963
Total vote
-(1,389)
28,952,359
1)
1)
1)
2)
4)
5)
2)
1)
5)
83)
7)
1)
9)
2)
I)
4)
7)
3)
28)
25)
3)
3)
1)
4)
19)
60)
291)
28)
39,000
40,000
30,600
29,400
26,640
46,700
100,220
139,412
32,400
13,800
12,240
78,240
30,648
223,836
1,076,904
215,602
181,242
23,898
179,034
34,240
21,420
74,784
162,816
67,896
235,528
494,016
410,520
22,500
61,344
51,000
12,816
74,748
327,362
953,862
4,251,149
409,944
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister  40,920
Director   —
Chief Court Administrator   —
Program Manager 4   32,916
Program Manager 3  (2) 54,612
Program Manager 2  (3) 82,260
Program Manager 1  (7) 180,768
Legal Officer 2  (3) 98,724
Legal Officer 1   20,796
Executive Secretary 2  —
Executive Secretary 1   12,840
Official Court Reporter 5 (4) 65,508
Official Court Reporter 4 (2) 32,160
Official Court Reporter 3  (16) 233,130
Official Court Reporter 2 (93) 1,295,280
Official Court Reporter 1  (18) 199,050
Program Administrator 5  (6) 153,132
Program Administrator 4  (3) 69,078
Program Administrator 3  (12) 246,960
Program Administrator 2   22,200
Nurse 2  15,444
Economist 2   28,896
Research Officer 5   —
Research Officer 3   22,068
Research Officer 2  (2) 37,831
Administrative Officer 5  (5) 136,782
Administrative Officer 4  (4) 104,197
Administrative Officer 3  (12) 275,842
Administrative Officer 2  (29) 627,127
Administrative Officer 1  (36) 723,861
Systems Analyst 4   27,140
Systems Analyst 3   —
Systems Analyst 2  (7) 130,754
Systems Analyst 1   —
Deputy Sheriff 4   —
Deputy Sheriff 3  (18) 371,743
Deputy Sheriff 2  (63) 1,170,113
Deputy Sheriff 1  (287) 4,637,156
Clerk 6  (42) 728,764
 H 40 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 18—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $
(       8)         114,240 Clerk 5  (6) 95,742
(     16)         199,248 Clerk 4  (25) 368,496
(     57)         624,592 Clerk 3  (50) 660,712
(     28)         284,666 Clerk 2  (43) 527,344
(       9)           83,802 Clerk 1  (8) 90,210
(     14)         233,646 Court Clerk 6 (2) 40,418
(     13)         211,404 Court Clerk 5  (9) 172,846
(     10)          150,024 Court Clerk 4 (8) 141,081
(     78)      1,107,174 Court Clerk 3  (82) 1,378,700
(   133)       1,715,328 Court Clerk 2 (162) 2,467,622
(     32)         381,223 Court Clerk 1    (3) 37,512
9,800 Microfilm Operator 1   11,418
(       9)         112,620 Clerk-Stenographer 5  (4) 58,425
(     12)         140,352 Clerk-Stenographer 4  (14) 200,142
382,218 Clerk-Stenographer 3  (34) 448,623
(     23)         240,852 Clerk-Stenographer 2  (24) 309,316
39,900 Clerk-Stenographer 1  (4) 47,283
(     85)         891,884 Clerk-Typist 2  (94) 1,161,673
(     73)         702,909 Clerk-Typist 1  (55) 638,894
(     56)         626,066 Court Recorder  (75) 1,015,597
— Stockman 3   13,694
13,392 Building Maintenance Worker   15,904
24,600 Instructor   17,439
(       1)           19,560 Assistant Instructor   —
(       3)           36,039 Traffic Adjudicators   —
(1,354)
18,531,300
572,165
(1,354)
19,103,465
641,714
(04)
925,000
(07)
941,500
(10)
1,899,596
(20)
780,000
(30)
217,000
(35)
5,000
(40)
178,000
(50)
5,000
(55)
20,000
(75)
10,850
(90)
24,727,125
(1,389)    21,797,143
Other allowances          570,131
(1,389)    22,367,274
Salaries—temporary    616,580
Fees and allowances—boards, courts  1,135,939
Travel expense   1,031,473
Professional and special services  1,845,014
Office expense   1,100,995
Office furniture and equipment  263,350
Advertising and publications   23,775
Materials and supplies  256,760
Motor-vehicles   300,110
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 9,000
Other expenditure   2,089
28,952,359
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 41
Vote 19
CROWN COUNSEL
Description
Provides for Crown Counsel services throughout the Province for  criminal cases at
Provincial, County, and Superior Courts, and Court of Appeal.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   220)      7,644,422
Total vote
Staff
.(281)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
8,284,545
3D
98)
6)
1)
23)
25)
3)
1)
12)
3)
28,260
472,084
904,549
1,848,187
21,420
13,992
18,414
84,000
12,552
275,742
279,015
31,234
9,360
122,927
30,109
( 220)  4,151,845
92,077
196,000
3,000,000
97,000
60,000
29,000
18,500
7,644,422
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 2  25,080
Legal Officer 3 (13) 486,348
Legal Officer 2 (47) 1,360,130
Legal Officer 1 (106) 1,859,222
Research Officer 3  25,229
Research Officer 1  16,242
Administrative Officer 4  (2) 44,321
Administrative Officer 2  22,160
Administrative Officer 1  (2) 35,247
Clerk 6 (5) 81,802
Clerk 4 (2) 28,779
Clerk 2  11,801
Clerk 1   10,806
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (24) 335,308
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (36) 465,368
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (10) 167,442
Clerk-Stenographer 1   —
Clerk-Typist 2 (21) 254,136
Clerk-Typist 1  (7) 78,334
(281) 5,307,755
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(55)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment...
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles  	
119,431
383,178
2,070,052
189,446
115,857
79,026
19,800
8,284,545
 H 42
Vote 20
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
POLICE SERVICES
Description
Provides for
(a) improvement of police effectiveness through the raising of police standards, the
establishment and supervision of training programs, developing police/community
relations, and co-ordinating all aspects  of policing throughout the Province;
(b) reduction of identified types of organized crime and increasing public awareness
of the extent and nature of organized crime through research, analysis, and
investigation;
(c) policing of the Province under contract with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police;
(rf) reimbursement to policing/security authorities for miscellaneous expenses incurred on behalf of the Province.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     15)      1,651,596
(     29)      1,534,792
25,901,000
50,000
(     44)    29,137,388
Activity
Staff
British Columbia Police Commission	
 (14)
Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit	
 (88)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Contract  	
Police—general expenses   	
Estimates, 1978/79
$
1,867,003
2,125,540
31,150,000
50,000
Total vote  (102)
$
35,192,543
43,980
74,040
38,880
33,396
30,600
25,800
284,964
17,868
40,896
30,300
27,300
13,548
14,412
23,496
12,900
(    1)
16,368
(    1)
13,788
12,084
(    1)
10,584
(    1)
9,540
(  3)
35,676
10,704
(  1)
10,200
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)  Salaries—established:
Chairman,   British  Columbia  Police
Commission  	
Commissioner, British Columbia Police Commission  (2)
Director, Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit .—
Program Manager 4 	
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 1  (2)
Program Administrator 5  (12)
Program Administrator 4 (2)
Program Administrator 3	
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Legal Officer	
Equipment Officer 	
Strategic Planner
Security
-(4)
-(4)
-(17)
Systems Analyst 1 	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 2	
Research Officer 1 	
Interview Assistant 	
Analyst 3 	
Analyst 2  (3)
Analyst 1   (8)
Switchboard Operator 2 	
Radio Teletype Operator	
Executive Secretary 2	
Clerk 6 (2)
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3  (3)
Clerk 2 (2)
Clerk 1 (4)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
46,380
77,640
40,920
35,040
32,160
44,400
304,656
46,320
20,280
23,508
18,444
18,660
52,464
21,528
73,416
251,993
16,932
50,004
125,376
10,532
12,192
14,700
36,544
14,760
36,252
23,784
42,144
27,116
13,043
25,440
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 43
Vote 20-
—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
(       2)
20,172
(        1)
9,570
12,696
12,312
(     44)
886,074
10,600
(04)
353,014
(10)
27,471,260
(20)
95,860
(30)
6,035
(35)
20,700
(40)
59,200
(50)
21,000
(55)
16,500
(60)
116,145
(75)
—
(80)
81,000
(90)
29,137,388
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Clerk-Stenographer 1
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Stockman 3 	
-(6)
-(9)
Building Service Worker 2
11,136
71,293
98,433
15,085
14,643
(102)       1,767,218
Salaries—temporary   22,299
Travel expense   335,975
Professional and special services  32,368,100
Office expense   129,623
Office furniture and equipment  15,730
Advertising and publications   12,500
Materials and supplies   78,125
Motor-vehicles   63,000
Rentals—outside suppliers   12,950
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 356,723
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  3,500
Other expenditure   26,800
35,192,543
 H 44
Vote 21
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
CORRECTIONS
Description
Provides for
(a) administration and direction of all correctional programs, planning and development, research and information regarding correctional methods, and for the
training and development of staff; inspection and standards, the physical inspection
of all institutional centres and development of standardized procedures in security
of these institutions;
(b) institutional services, the operation of institutional facilities for custody of convicted persons;
(c) community services, an alternative to incarceration in large institutions by operation of small community-based units with adult and juvenile programs, including
Family and Children's Court services.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(     57)
(1,130)
(   630)
2,149,991
25,347,121
13,477,201
(1,817)    40,974,313
Activity
Staff
Administration  (226)
Institutional services  (1,246)
Community services  (592)
Total vote
.(2,064)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
8,061,271
30,173,440
15,706,724
53,941,435
3)
2)
5)
8)
2)
2)
9)
4)
3)
19)
1)
7)
3)
3)
1)
1)
(     18)
2)
3)
(       1)
2)
7)
7)
2)
41,400
95,692
47,784
145,980
186,576
71,760
60,120
231,016
88,650
71,532
418,680
25,788
13,200
124,110
63,450
59,490
23,760
19,032
19,296
33,864
287,628
26,016
19,068
22,950
40,116
53,880
26,892
46,356
20,004
37,944
126,624
113,208
28,968
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Commissioner 	
Deputy Commissioner
Program Manager 4 ...
Program Manager 3 ...
Program Manager 2 ...
Program Manager 1 _
Medical Officer 4	
Medical Officer 2 	
Director 4	
Director 2	
Director 1 	
--(2)
-(7)
-(4)
-(15)
Deputy Director 2
Deputy Director 1
Legal Officer 2	
Legal Officer 1
-(2)
-(19)
-(23)
Executive Secretary 2	
Program Administrator 5 —
Program Administrator 4 —
Program Administrator 3	
Business Manager	
Accountant 	
Nurse 5 	
Nurse 3  (2)
Nurse 2  (10)
Nurse 1  (8)
Dental Officer 2	
Pharmacist 2 	
Librarian 1 	
Research Officer 4
Research Officer 3
Research Officer 2
Chaplain  	
Psychologist 4
-(9)
Psychologist 3  (2)
Social Worker 5 	
Social Worker 4 	
Social Worker 3 	
Social Worker 2 	
Social Worker 1 	
Family Counsellor 	
43,392
37,440
68,892
212,700
121,200
392,604
42,048
38,736
42,168
13,860
470,916
523,144
20,940
37,416
173,292
139,764
27,564
20,208
18,206
27,622
22,068
177,001
31,588
52,918
21,119
21,119
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 45
Vote 21—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
96,096
(
27)
562,572
(
53)
1,003,236
(
160)
2,826,480
(
65)
1,038,810
(
25)
362,562
(
6)
78,862
15,768
(
2)
40,896
16,944
14,868
20,940
(
2)
35,388
38,184
18,096
(
4)
67,056
16.224
(
2)
36,744
34,728
17,292
16,668
(
3)
47,844
(
1)
15,060
(
19)
302,346
18,384
(
64)
1,110,072
(
165)
2,553,100
(
877)
12,341,784
(
11)
148,736
(
3)
57,816
110,304
(
36)
587,022
(
1)
18,996
(
5)
85,380
(
1)
15,996
(
5)
73,092
(
2)
35,184
(
1)
16,764
(
3)
42,552
(
11)
138,840
(
16)
180,824
(
8)
80,456
(
1)
9,450
(
3)
37,536
(
11)
131,130
(
42)
514,248
(
22)
230,376
(
10)
105,818
(
1)
9,864
(1,817)
28,068,222
1,716,110
(1,817)
29,784,332
2,987,843
1,000,000
1,966,000
300,000
71,880
5,000
3,000,000
400,000
-(3)
Staff
Probation Officer 5 (4)
Probation Officer 4 (24)
Probation Officer 3 (60)
Probation Officer 2  ....(287)
Probation Officer 1 	
Interviewer 2   (36)
Interviewer  1   (5)
Medical Technologist 3 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Supervisor of Stores 1 	
Laboratory Technician 3 	
Foreman of Works 2 	
Foreman Carpenter 2 	
Foreman Carpenter 1 	
Foreman Electrician 1 	
Foreman Plumber 1 	
Carpenter   	
Painter 	
Electrician  	
Plumber 	
-(2)
-(3)
General Tradesman
Mechanic 6 	
Mechanic 5 	
Mechanic 3 	
Mechanic 2 	
-(2)
-(4)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
113,041
588,969
1,334,656
5,745,827
581,889
73,504
18,661
71,229
20,027
17,608
24,670
20,638
21,158
45,046
21,354
59,420
19,181
21,691
41,042
19,806
20,430
19,702
74,453
Instructor  (17)
Senior Hospital Officer	
Senior Correctional Officer  (61)
Principal Officer  (155)
Correctional Officer  (954)
Security Officer 	
Food Service Officer 3  (2)
Food Service Officer 2 (6)
Food Service Officer 1  (48)
Supervising Instructor, Manual Arts _.
Shop Foreman 2 	
Shop Foreman 1 	
Hospital Officer
Community Service Officer
Volunteer Co-ordinator 	
Tradesman   	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2
~(4)
-(7)
-(23)
.(10)
(5)
-(2)
 (10)
 (61)
 (76)
 (57)
Clerk-Typist 1  (4)
Stockman 3 	
Other allowances
319,863
21,704
1,359,807
3,020,744
16,578,716
46,505
130,232
913,497
19,636
65,570
104,443
310,401
120,504
60,284
28,779
143,968
821,302
898,298
659,580
41,035
13,342
(2,064)    37,450,137
       3,136,846
(2,064)    40,586,983
(04) Salaries—temporary   1,449,181
(10) Travel expense   1,264,556
(20) Professional and special services  2,852,992
(30) Office expense   372,947
(35) Office furniture and equipment  222,731
(40) Advertising and publications   14,244
(50) Materials and supplies   3,383,889
(55) Motor-vehicles    555,430
 H 46 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 21—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
57,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   193,403
50,000 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings  54,131
290,258 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 461,536
1,000,000 (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  2,521,037
62,000 (90) Other expenditure  8,375
40,974,313 53,941,435
Vote 22
LEGAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Description
Provides for policy direction in all areas of criminal and civil legal aid; legal information
and education programs related to legal services available to the public; funds for legal aid
programs.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
7,300,000 Total vote  9,600,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (20) Professional and special services      5,228,800
7,300,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies .       4,371,200
7,300,000 9,600,000
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 47
Vote 23
JUSTICE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
Description
Provides research capability for the development and evaluation of programs designed to
improve the justice system, and also the capacity to fund programs.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
1,721,000
Total vote
Staff
,(10)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,835,180
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 1 	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 1 	
Clerk 4 	
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3)
—
(04)
10,000
(10)
200,000
(20)
8,500
(30)
2,500
(35)
—
(40)
1,500,000
(80)
1,721,000
(10)
25,272
24,612
21,528
32,376
13,668
14,712
38,160
170,328
Salaries—temporary   42,672
Travel expense   22,000
Professional and special services  60,000
Office expense   16,580
Office furniture and equipment  2,400
Advertising and publications   300,000
Grants, contributions, and subsidies   1,221,200
1,835,180
 H 48
Vote 24
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
LEGAL SERVICES TO GOVERNMENT
Description
Provides for
(a) advice and counsel to Government ministries re legal matters and interpretation
of statute law;
(b) advice to Government ministries re constitutional and administrative law and
intergovernmental matters;
(c) statute preparation, drafting services to Government ministries;
(rf) statute revision, the production of Revised Statutes, maintenance and updating of
Federal and Provincial statutes.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     41)      2,277,050
Total vote
Staff
-(56)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,673,452
( 4)
( ID
(  10)
(  1)
3)
9)
( 41)
(  41)
38,880
148,720
315,708
174,228
11,790
14,184
11,634
36,126
98,832
850,102
5,000
855,102
34,000
1,300,000
50,000
10,000
22,400
5,548
2,277,050
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister .
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(90)
Legal Officer 3
Legal Officer 2 	
Legal Officer 1 	
Executive Secretary 1
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Other allowances
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
-(5)
-(10)
-(18)
-(4)
-(15)
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Other expenditure 	
40,920
181,536
316,044
212,789
13,800
16,828
13,355
57,398
200,039
(56)      1,052,709
(56)      1,052,709
34,244
53,751
1,418,236
75,401
12,353
20,000
6,708
50
2,673,452
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 49
Vote 25
JUDICIARY
Description
Provides for
(a) administrative and support services for Justices of the Superior Court and
Judges of the County Court;
(b) adjudication of the law in the Provincial Court of British Columbia, including
criminal trials, Small Claims Division, and Family and Children's Court services.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     28) 512,074
(   122)      4,838,767
(   150)      5,350,841
Activity
Staff
Superior and County Court (46)
Provincial Court  (135)
Total vote  (181)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,103,180
5,445,190
6,548,370
(
9)
41,400
39,900
355,600
3,665,200
(
(
(
1)
1)
1)
19,500
32,208
22,080
13,200
11,496
13,884
15)
15)
1)
3)
(   1)
157,977
184,830
11,208
31,392
11,496
( 150)  4,611,371
326,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
29,000
11,470
23,000
5,350,841
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chief Judge   43,500
Associate Chief Judge   43,008
District Judge  (10) 421,080
Judge   (98) 3,861,200
Executive Assistant to Chief Justice
of Supreme Court  21,444
Legal Officer 2  (4) 132,888
Legal Officer 1   27,060
Executive Secretary 2 (3) 56,424
Executive Secretary 1   —
Librarian 2   15,046
Systems Analyst 3   24,098
Court Referee  (3) 54,000
Justice of Peace  (3) 50,244
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 3              .                            (6) 79,942
ClerkTStenographer 5-.w..  ->(32) 50o'235
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (7) 99,045
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (4) 51,764
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 37,466
Clerk-Typist 2   12,770
Driver   —
(181)      5,548,042
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
365,150
311,030
100,100
107,892
83,465
14,191
15,000
3,500
6,548,370
 H 50
Vote 26
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
CORONERS
Description
Provides for ascertaining cause of death when violent or unnatural death is suspected.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     10) 384,362
(       4) 84,068
511,650
(     14)
980,080
Activity
Vancouver  	
New Westminster
Province 	
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
.(12)         513,694
...(5)         200,501
         484,407
Total vote
-(17)
1,198,602
(  1)
(  14)
(  14)
31,900
26,400
16,884
15,816
14,868
54,822
34,668
11,496
10,332
217,186
36,482
253,668
6,320
6,000
684,192
12,000
2,400
10,500
5,000
980,080
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Coroner 	
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(90)
District Coroner 	
Laboratory Technician 5
Laboratory Technician 4
Laboratory Technician 3
Laboratory Technician 2
Administrative Officer 1 .
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
-(3)
-(4)
-(3)
Other allowances
(17)
(17)
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles
Rentals—outside suppliers
Other expenditure 	
35,292
28,800
19,961
18,714
51,942
63,849
16,725
41,941
13,694
12,906
303,824
40,000
343,824
46,844
14,662
629,652
13,740
41,635
81,249
26,000
672
324
1,198,602
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 51
Vote 27
BRITISH COLUMBIA PAROLE BOARD
Description
Provides for adjudication re paroling of young-adult offenders into the community after
completing a correctional training program.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       6) 114,416
Total vote
Staff
-(3)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
79,113
30,900
17,484
12,696
(
1)
12,696
(
1)
9,972
(
1)
9,168
(
6)
92,916
15,000
4,000
1,500
1,000
114,416
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman    32,445
Administrative Officer 3   20,652
Clerk 4   15,085
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(3)
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
68,182
3,671
3,760
2,000
1,500
79,113
 H 52 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 28
LAW REFORM COMMISSION
Description
Provides for research into the statute laws of the Province and the making of recommendations for change as required.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       8) 291,353 Total vote  (5) 295,361
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
43,055                 Chairman   48,000
(       1)           32,340                 Counsel    —
30,000                 Director of Research  29,400
20,895                 Senior Legal Research Officer  21,000
(       1)           12,000                 Junior Legal Research Officer  —
15,166                 Commission Secretary   15,528
—                          Legal Officer 2   30,864
(       2)           23,297                 Clerk-Stenographer 2   —
(       8) 176,753 (5) 144,792
2,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   500
66,000 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts  67,000
4,000 (10) Travel expense   5,000
6,000 (20) Professional and special services  22,112
10,000 (30) Office expense   17,457
2,500 (35) Office furniture and equipment  4,500
17,000 (40) Advertising and publications  20,000
7,100 (50) Materials and supplies  14,000
291,353 295,361
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 53
Vote 29
CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION ACT
Description
Provides for compensation for victims of violent and certain other crimes.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
1,500,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,500,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,500,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies       1,500,000
 H 54
Vote 30
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
PUBLIC TRUSTEE
Description
Provides for the protection of estates and financial interests of minors and mentally
disordered persons and the administration of estates of deceased persons.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     77)      1,179,013
Staff
Total vote  (88)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,557,506
1)
3)
(  ID
19)
7)
6)
3)
5)
36,877
71,196
22,236
79,476
17,484
165,054
259,590
86,166
64,728
10,332
27,792
55,608
123,246
19,224
12,696
(  77)  1,051,705
15,148
(  77)  1,066,853
26,360
18,000
3,500
44,500
15,800
4,000
1,179,013
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)
Salaries—established:
Legal Officer 2 	
Legal Officer 1 	
Audit Accountant 5 	
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 6 	
-(2)
-(2)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist  1
Data Processing Operator 2
Data Processing Operator 1
Stockman 3 	
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(55)
Other allowances
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
-(4)
-(13)
-(21)
-(9)
-(7)
-(4)
-(6)
-(12)
-(2)
(88)
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
65,628
29,414
27,140
93,169
20,652
227,449
333,696
129,356
91,673
12,497
44,211
77,901
146,199
23,343
13,199
12,061
15,085
1,362,673
23,452
(88)  1,386,125
48,142
16,364
2,486
54,185
35,169
3,435
11,600
1,557,506
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 55
Vote 31
FIRE MARSHAL
Description
Provides for the 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 firefighting forces.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     37) 745,692
Total vote
Staff
-(53)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,439,731
( 3)
( 10)
( 15)
( 1)
1)
1)
(     37)
(     37)
28,620
24,612
62,748
190,680
220,974
13,414
12,696
11,208
10,464
9,972
9,972
9,432
604,792
50,000
654,792
- (04)
44,000 (10)
10,000 (20)
13,000 (30)
2,700 (35)
1,000 (40)
4,000 (50)
12,000 (55)
4,200 (75)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 2 	
Technician 4 	
Inspector 3
Inspector 2
Inspector 1
Training Co-ordinator
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 _.
Clerk-Stenographer 2 ..
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Other allowances
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
-(7)
(20)
-(14)
-(5)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
30,048
28,935
152,746
415,402
261,706
15,085
13,694
12,497
13,694
12,633
59,173
(53)  1,015,613
(53)  1,015,613
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
2,000
33,000
253,000
24,135
9,780
3,603
12,900
48,000
37,700
745,692
1,439,731
 H 56 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 32
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.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(     10) 351,078 Total vote  (9) 452,890
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
24,000                 Commission Secretary  25,800
62,000                 Steward   (3) 64,044
15,000                 Administrative Officer 2  20,664
43,200                 Administrative Officer 1 (3) 56,181
11,081                 Clerk-Stenographer 4   13,694
(       1)             9,775                 Clerk-Typist 1   —
(     10)          165,056                                                                             (9) 180,383
7,500 Other allowances   9,024
(     10) 172,556 (9) 189,407
25,752 (04) Salaries—temporary   4,500
11,800 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _.. 10,800
20,900 (10) Travel expense  40,050
106,290 (20) Professional and special services  129,190
10,780 (30) Office expense  10,480
3,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  13,650
— (55) Motor-vehicles   9,500
— (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  45,313
351,078 452,890
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 57
Vote 33
LAND REGISTRY
Description
Provides for the approving of registration of title and other claims to land; retrieval of
title information.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   301)      4,503,510
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
$                       $
(320)
5,958,191
(
6)
121,260
38,820
(
7)
190,368
(
4)
75,120
(
8)
157,332
10,704
71,472
(
2)
15,228
85,986
(
56)
856,992
(
30)
404,766
(
36)
434,844
(
52)
573,504
(
35)
357,018
(
21)
193,386
(
1)
13,020
44,388
(
8)
83,310
(
19)
179,952
(   301)
3,907,470
9,540
4,000
(   301)      3,921,010
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3  (2) 62,460
Legal Officer 3  37,428
Legal Officer 2  31,344
Administrative Officer 5 (2) 56,364
Administrative Officer 4 (2) 52,358
Administrative Officer 3 (3) 71,229
Administrative Officer 2 (6) 132,965
Administrative Officer 1  (9) 182,398
Microfilm Operator 2  12,770
Land Registry Surveyor 3  (4) 81,594
Land Registry Surveyor 2  18,272
Land Registry Surveyor 1  (6) 100,770
Clerk 6  (58) 1,047,590
Clerk 5  (37) 603,465
Clerk 4  (44) 632,324
Clerk 3  (57) 780,637
Clerk 2  (28) 342,788
Clerk 1  (24) 299,138
Clerk-Stenographer 4  —
Clerk^Stenographer 3 (4) 53,546
Clerk-Typist 2 (10) 133,732
Clerk-Typist 1  (20) 228,157
(320) 4,961,329
Isolation allowance   —
Other allowances   31,228
(320)      4,992,557
184,500 (04) Salaries—temporary 	
8,000 (10) Travel expense	
— (20) Professional and special services
320,000 (30) Office expense 	
70,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment ..
4,503,510
286,456
16,695
489
534,169
127,825
5,958,191
 H 58 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 34
ORDER IN COUNCIL PATIENTS' REVIEW BOARD
Description
Provides for review, for the purpose of making recommendations to the Attorney-General
as to the status of persons being held in the forensic psychiatric institution at the pleasure of the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council, of
(a) findings of the court of being unfit to stand trial by reason of insanity; or
(b) acquittals by the court by reason of insanity; or
(c) transfer of inmates from correctional institutions who have become mentally ill.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
<t? Staff *C ^
50,000 Total vote  (2) " 92,221
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Clerk 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 3   15,085
(2) 29,481
— (04) Salaries—temporary  10,140
50,000 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _. 40,000
— (10) Travel expense  6,000
— (30) Office expense -  5,100
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,500
50,000 92,221
Vote 35
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
16,466,107 Total vote   21,488,642
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
16,466,107    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers    21,488,642
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
H 59
Vote 36
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
144,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,641,600
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
144,000    (25) Data systems and processing      2,641,600
  CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
H 61
Estimated^
1977/78
$
108,644
638,440
2,125,959
2,864,674
1,331,092
439,358
1,064,138
30,144
45,000
818,619
159,000
9,625,068
620,330
9,004,738
Vote
No.
Summary
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Minister's Office	
Executive and Administration
Consumer Affairs 	
Corporate Affairs 	
Rentalsman 	
Rent Review Commission 	
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch	
Corporate and Financial Services Commission
Auditors' Certification Board
British Columbia Liquor Control Board
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
150,911
516,939
2,906,603
3,868,245
1,293,893
542,806
1,170,364
74,400
3,000
1,496,912
1,586,923
13,610,996
13,610,996
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 62 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 37
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, including his
salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       5) 108,644 Total vote (6) 150,911
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister of Consumer and Corporate
24,000                      Affairs     24,000
19,500                 Ministerial Executive Assistant  19,500
15,744                 Secretary to Minister  16,836
—                          Policy Co-ordinator   24,420
11,076                 Clerk-Stenographer 4   13,525
10,824                 Clerk-Stenographer 3   12,120
(       5) 81,144 (6) 110,401
13,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   12,000
11,000 (10) Travel expense   21,510
3,000 (30) Office expense  5,000
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,500
500 (50) Materials and supplies  500
108,644 150,911
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
H 63
Vote 38
EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides for central over-all policy and executive direction, as well as administrative services, including financial and personnel administration.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       7) 403,214
(     12) 148,104
(       3) 87,122
(     22)
638,440
43,080
12,750
36,276
(
1)
15,444
14,184
12,696
11,496
(
3)
31,392
(
1)
12,096
(
3)
33,372
(
3)
31,974
(
4)
42,816
(     22)
297,576
18,000
(    22) 315,576
Activity
Deputy Minister's Office
Administration 	
Legal services 	
Staff
-(6)
-(16)
-(4)
Total vote
-(26)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
Executive Secretary 2 	
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 2
Personnel Officer 3 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
-(4)
-(6)
-(6)
Other allowances
(26)
(26)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
147,224
276,263
93,452
46,392
15,000
24,617
41,068
18,060
16,828
14,396
13,694
46,961
79,401
11,314
73,393
401,124
401,124
516,939
82,264
48,900
92,700
56,000
31,000
12,000
638,440
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20)
(30)
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies
Professional and special services
Office expense
10,400
28,285
23,500
40,380
3,750
9,500
516,939
 H 64
Vote 39
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Description
The Consumer Affairs Program promotes fairness and knowledgeability in the market-place.
It develops, administers, and enforces consumer legislation, including the Trade Practices Act
and the Consumer Protection Act.
It regulates aspects of cemeteries, motor dealers, and travel firms, and is responsible for
classification of motion pictures. It attempts to mediate problems in transactions between
consumers and suppliers, and assists over-committed debtors through counselling and debt-
pooling arrangements.
It educates consumers on their rights and obligations, and provides information and advice
to the business community. It conducts research and prepares advice on a wide variety of
commercial matters.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
( 3)
( 7)
( 21)
( 11)
( 3)
( 35)
65,698
195,941
397,838
755,580
110,860
600,042
(     80)      2,125,959
Activity
Executive 	
Enforcement Branch	
Consumer credit and debtor
Staff
_(4)
-(8)
Education and
Consumer
Branch 	
Policy and Planning Branch
Operations Branch	
assistance
-(24)
Information
(13)
-(8)
Total vote
-(48)
-(105)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
119,635
214,765
494,195
825,803
271,599
980,606
2,906,603
33,000
27,600
(   1)
24,420
12,250
21,924
(  2)
41,418
14,304
(   1)
23,952
22,236
(   3)
59,586
(  4)
75,120
(  16)
270,000
19,524
17,496
(   1)
17,484
(   1)
20,448
(  2)
30,663
19,152
(   1)
13,788
14,184
107,016
(  3)
33,576
(  2)
20,328
23,130
(  4)
45,276
(  14)
145,086
(  3)
31,500
9,756
(  80)
1,194,217
23,000
(  80)
1,217,217
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister  38,160
Program Manager 4  29,400
Program Manager 3   30,000
Program Manager 1 (2) 48,996
Executive Secretary 1  14,100
Economist 2  26,399
Research Officer 4  27,011
Research Officer 3  (4) 91,437
Research Officer 2   19,338
Administrative Officer 5  —
Administrative Officer 4  26,178
Administrative Officer 3 (4) 95,859
Administrative Officer 2 (7) 145,369
Administrative Officer 1  (18) 361,724
Audit Accountant 3   23,031
Public Information Officer 3  22,160
Public Information Officer 2 (2) 36,712
Director of Film Classification  —
Assistant Director of Film Classification   —
Film Classification Projectionist  19.702
Clerk 6 (3 ) 51,694
Clerk 5  16,828
Clerk 4 (9) 128,452
Clerk 3 (5) 66,934
Clerk 2 (6) 71,774
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2) 28,225
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (7) 93,810
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (13) 163,159
Clerk-Typist 2 (10) 120,280
Clerk-Typist 1   12,770
(105) 1,809,502
Other allowances   —
(105)      1,809,502
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
H 65
Vote 39—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
118,958
(04)
—
(07)
66,800
(10)
199,500
(20)
77,289
(30)
15,295
(35)
215,000
(40)
32,900
(50)
—
(55)
32,000
(60)
1,000
(75)
150,000
(80)
2,125,959
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense	
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles 	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Estimates, 1978/79
$
34,500
5,000
150,151
263,750
130,200
11,100
257,000
44,100
5,500
5,800
40,000
150,000
2,906,603
 H 66
Vote 40
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Description
The Corporate Affairs Program includes the Superintendent of Credit Unions, Co-operatives, and Trust Companies; the Superintendent of Brokers, Real Estate, and Insurance; the
Registrar of Companies; and the Central Registry Office, and is responsible for the legal framework of the market-place, including the licensing and registration of individuals involved and
the regulation of the instruments and documents used by the institutions to communicate and
conduct their business.
The Superintendent of Credit Unions, Co-operatives, and Trust Companies charters and
inspects those institutions. The Superintendent of Brokers, Real Estate, and Insurance regulates
the mortgage brokers, securities, real estate, and insurance industries. The Registrar of Companies maintains complete files on all British Columbia companies, extra-provincial companies,
co-operatives, partnerships, and societies operating within British Columbia, whether based
inside the Province or outside. The Central Registry registers mechanics' liens and liens
against motor-vehicles and personal chattels, and conducts searches for those liens for the
legal profession, financial community, and the general public.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       2)
68)
64)
14)
25)
45,250
1,007,540
1,136,052
304,212
371,620
(   173)      2,864,674
Activity
Staff
-(3)
(70)
(68)
trust
(19)
Central Registry    (29)
Executive  	
Companies  	
Brokers, insurance, and real estate
Credit unions, co-operatives, and
companies
Total vote  (189)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
104,365
1,316,730
1,519,477
475,912
451,761
3,868,245
33,000
12,250
(
2)
62,412
(
2)
33,000
33,396
^4,500
(
1)
33,300
(
1)
18,768
29,436
25,296
21,336
(
4)
76,980
(
3)
45,072
(
2)
47,458
(
5)
93,900
(
2)
34,428
(
6)
131,304
(
2)
40,860
(
13)
236,940
(
2)
32,052
(
2)
29,394
(
10)
134,922
(
19)
236,236
(
21)
233,652
(
21)
215,082
56,190
10,464
35,688
(
7)
78,096
(
2)
21,888
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister	
Executive Secretary 1 	
Legal Officer 2 	
Legal Officer 1 	
Program Manager 4
Program Manager 3
Program Manager 1
-(6)
Superintendent of Insurance and Real
Estate 	
Superintendent of Credit Unions	
Accounting Officer 3	
Accounting Officer 1 	
Investigator 3 	
(6)
Investigator 2 	
Investigator 1 	
Administrative Officer 5  (3)
Administrative Officer 2  (6)
Administrative Officer 1  (4)
Audit Accountant 5  (4)
Audit Accountant 4  (4)
Audit Accountant 3  (17)
Audit Accountant 2	
Research Officer 2   	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
--(3)
-(9)
(20)
-(20)
-(27)
--(6)
Clerk 1 	
Microfilm Operator 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3)
-(3)
-(8)
38,160
14,100
170,460
14,700
35,040
26,640
22,200
31,188
26,796
25,138
130,631
84,546
126,460
79,135
108,565
89,045
367,430
18,492
54,094
145,228
295,970
268,684
328,769
66,265
12,497
42,108
106,991
36,386
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
H 67
Vote 40—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(      9)
(     20)
(   173)
$
92,538
190,422
2,400,260
19,000
Clerk-Typist 2
Clerk-Typist 1
Staff
-(14)
(15)
Estimates, 1978/79
Other allowances
(189)
172,012
170,256
3,107,986
4,000
(   173)      2,419,260
(189)      3,111,986
86,584
61,470
27,400
135,910
34,000
87,000
50
7,000
6,000
2,864,674
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications ...
(50) Materials and supplies l	
(55) Motor-vehicles 	
(90) Other expenditure	
95,894
177,435
40,450
209,640
109,560
94,500
280
18,000
10,500
3,868,245
 H 68
Vote 41
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
RENTALSMAN
Description
Administers the Residential Tenancy Act, which governs the relationship between landlords
and tenants who rent residential premises; provides for mediation, adjudication, and rulings on
all matters covered by the Act, with the exception of rent increases; deals with matters of
termination of tenancies, possession of premises, redirection of rent for repairs and essential
services, and security deposits; disseminates information to the general public about their rights
and responsibilities under the Act.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     76)      1,331,092
Total vote
Staff
(69)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,293,893
( 15)
( 17)
( 2)
( 5)
( 7)
40,980
161,950
92,616
249,744
20,448
14,184
202,236
32,592
78,702
9,012
18,024
19,842
12,696
54,624
10,464
70,878
(    76)      1,088,992
23,600
35,000
12,000
45,000
21,500
50,000
50,000
5,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Rentalsman
Deputy Rentalsman 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1	
Public Information Officer 4
Clerk 6 	
-(6)
~(5)
-(14)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
.(16)
-(3)
-(8)
Microfilm Operator 1	
Switchboard Operator 2
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 3	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .....
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(2)
-(4)
-(5)
40,980
157,752
101,609
281,577
24,098
17,296
229,770
39,307
95,002
10,806
23,987
15,085
53,412
12,497
60,499
(69)      1,163,677
(04) Salaries—temporary     2,216
(10) Travel expense   35,000
(20) Professional and special services  —
(30) Office expense   45,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment _ 10,000
(40) Advertising and publications   20,000
(50) Materials and supplies   10,000
(55) Motor-vehicles   8,000
1,331,092
1,293,893
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
H 69
Vote 42
RENT REVIEW COMMISSION
Description
The Rent Review Commission administers rent controls and related matters. It has exclusive jurisdiction and responsibility over Part VIII of the Residential Tenancy Act and shared
jurisdiction over other parts; it has the responsibility to conduct research on rent control
issues and recommend to the Government methods of removing rent controls or improving the
system.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(    24) 439,358
Total vote
Staff
-(28)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
542,806
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
28,248
(
1)
19,986
(
4)
67,374
(
1)
12,876
(
4)
49,008
(
2)
22,710
(
4)
39,624
(
5)
46,320
10,590
10,122
(
24)
306,858
(04)
5,000
(07)
7,500
(10)
58,000
(20)
46,000
(30)
4,000
(35)
12,000
(40)
439,358
Manager  	
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Research Officer 2 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 ...
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(5)
-(2)
-(H)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications —
27,960
20,448
15,708
17,454
47,484
12,636
61,764
22,662
112,248
12,324
11,394
(28)   362,082
5,700
7,800
21,850
82,000
43,374
5,000
15,000
542,806
 H 70
Vote 43
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
LIQUOR CONTROL AND LICENSING BRANCH
Description
Provides over-all direction and control to policy development and administration of the
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch within the confines of the Liquor Control and Licensing
Act and regulations.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     50)      1,064,138
Total vote
Staff
-(50)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,170,364
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2)
1)
(  18)
(  1)
4)
2)
( 2
(  50)
36,480
91,800
37,932
22,236
75,036
302,316
15,444
24,392
61,860
13,200
24,522
22,992
42,696
19,080
12,312
802,298
44,600
120,000
30,000
15,000
9,840
8,500
33,900
1,064,138
(01)
Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister
Executive Secretary 2	
Program Manager 3
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
Administrative Officer 4 .
Administrative Officer 3 .
Chief Inspector	
Senior Inspector	
Inspector 	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 1	
Building Service Worker 2 .
Building Service Worker 1 .
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles	
-(3)
-(4)
-(19)
-(2)
-(6)
-(2)
-(2)
-(3)
-(3)
(50)
38,880
15,300
82,548
26,178
24,098
91,543
376,971
18,272
30,171
73,596
28,793
27,388
38,722
36,687
14,643
923,790
30,674
109,000
31,000
34,700
2,300
5,000
6,900
27,000
1,170,364
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
H 71
Vote 44
CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Description
Established by section 3 of the Securities Act. The Commission has five Commissioners
appointed by Order in Council to hear appeals from orders made by the Superintendent of
Brokers, Registrar of Mortgage Brokers, Registrar of Companies, and Superintendent of Credit
Unions and Co-operatives.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
30,144
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
74,400
30,144
30,144
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
55,000
13,400
5,000
1,000
74,400
Vote 45
AUDITORS' CERTIFICATION BOARD
Description
This Board was established by the Companies Act to assess the qualifications of auditors
for reporting companies.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
3,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
3,000
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
Estimated, 1977/78
$
45,000 Total vote 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
45,000    (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
 H 72 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 46
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
818,619 Total vote   1,496,912
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
818,619    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       1,496,912
Vote 47
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
159,000 Total vote   1,586,923
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
159,000    (25) Data systems and processing      1,586,923
 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
H 73
Estimated,
1977/78
$
141,324
5,541,806
1,060,000
227,933
160,000
7,131,063
44,206
7,086,857
Voto
No.
48
49
50
51
52
53
Summary
Minister's Office
Administration _
Grants	
Federal-Provincial Shared-cost Programs
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges 	
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
154,432
6,933,841
6,340,000
14,000,000
800,874
936,891
29,166,038
29,166,038
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 74
Vote 48
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Economic Development, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       7) 141,324
Staff
Total vote  (7)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
154,432
(  7)
24,000
29,000
19,500
15,744
11,208
10,704
9,168
119,324
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister of Economic Development —
Special Adviser
Ministerial Executive Assistant ...
Secretary to Minister	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(7)
24,000
29,000
19,500
16,836
12,324
11,784
10,988
124,432
18,000    (10) Travel expense 	
3,500    (30) Office expense	
500    (35) Office furniture and equipment
22,000
7,500
500
141,324
154,432
 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
H 75
Vote 49
ADMINISTRATION
Description
The Deputy Minister's office provides executive direction for the Ministry as well as
administrative and support services to the operating branches of the Ministry. These services
include budget preparation and control, personnel administration, payroll, purchasing, clerical
support, and information services.
Business and Industrial Development Branch provides a wide range of market development and promotional programs designed to assist existing businesses, encourage new industry,
and develop British Columbia.
The Policy Planning and Research Branch is responsible for formulating economic development plans for the Province, co-ordinating the implementation of approved strategies, and
providing background material and information for many of the ongoing and specialized activities in which the Ministry is engaged.
Provincial exhibits, British Columbia Building, provides for the maintenance of the exhibits
at the Pacific National Exhibition.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     34)      1,813,577
(     26)      1,270,270
(     54)      2,417,959
40,000
(   114)      5,541,806
Activity
Staff
General administration  (31)
Business and industrial development ....
 (36)
Policy planning and research  (68)
Provincial exhibits, British Columbia
Building 	
Total vote
-(135)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
922,122
2,335,678
3,636,041
40,000
6,933,841
43,080
(
3)
103,500
(
6)
193,400
(
2)
57,240
(
1)
28,620
(
1)
24,288
13,200
(
3)
36,270
21,420
(
1)
15,624
(
9)
236,118
(
21)
478,608
(
1)
20,472
45,396
(
7)
138,054
(
1)
17,088
(
11)
257,568
(
5)
102,912
(
1)
22,236
20,448
(
1)
15,024
18,780
(
2)
30,048
14,700
14,184
(
5)
62,130
(
2)
22,284
(
3)
30,444
57,960
(
6)
65,772
(
3)
30,888
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister   45,480
Associate Deputy Minister (2) 74,916
Program Manager 4 (7) 231,516
Program Manager 3   32,160
Program Manager 2 (2) 54,720
Program Manager 1   —
Executive Secretary 2  15,300
Executive Secretary 1  (2) 28,200
Planning Officer 3  25,229
Librarian 2  22,068
Librarian 1  —
Economist 3   (8) 257,121
Economist 2   (22) 600,526
Economist  1    (2) 50,732
Research Officer 4  (2) 54,634
Research Officer 3  (4) 95,861
Research Officer 2  (3) 56,325
Trade Development Officer 3 _._...(14) 387,010
Trade Development Officer 2 --(12) 283,500
Administrative Officer 4   —
Administrative Officer 3   24,098
Administrative Officer 1   —
Public Information Officer 3   22,160
Public Information Officer 2  18,908
Public Information Officer 1   17,425
Audit Accountant 2   18,819
Audit Accountant 1   16,101
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 4 (8) 117,300
Clerk 3  (3) 40,913
Clerk 2 (6) 74,039
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (5) 71,254
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (7) 95,532
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (7) 86,247
 H 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 49—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
31,002
12,648
13,332
(    114)
2,294,738
5,293
(   114)
2,300,031
110,910
(04)
6,240
(07)
230,000
(10)
1,789,000
(20)
75,000
(30)
70,625
(35)
300,000
(40)
51,000
(50)
8,000
(55)
—
(70)
601,000
(90)
5,541,806
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Clerk-Typist 2    (3)
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Technical Assistant 3 .. . .
Technical Assistant 2
Photographic Technician 3
Other allowances 	
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense .
Professional and special services
Office expense  —
Office furniture and equipment ..
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
Acquisition—land and buildings
Other expenditure	
36,249
11,925
15,033
15,558
15,826
(135)      3,029,513
(135)      3,029,513
311,640
6,240
353,119
1,641,494
144,500
84,075
290,260
72,000
50,000
951,000
6,933,841
Vote 50
GRANTS
Description
Provides for grants, contributions, and subsidies for those organizations and items listed
below.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $                       $
320,000             British Columbia Research Council  320,000
Co-operative Overseas Market Develop-
740,000                 ment Program  975,000
■—                      Small Business Training Program  1,000,000
— Canada West    30,000
— lunior Achievement  15,000
— Business Assistance Program  4,000,000
1,060,000 Total vote  6,340,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,060,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies      6,340,000
 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
H 77
Vote 51
FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL SHARED-COST PROGRAMS
Description
Provides the capital funding for economic development activities jointly funded by the
Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
14,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(90) Other expenditure      14,000,000
Vote 52
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
227,933
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
800,874
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
227,933    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers         800,874
Vote 53
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
160,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
936,891
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
160,000    (25) Data systems and processing         936,891
  EDUCATION
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
H 79
Estimated,
Vote
1977/78
No.
$
133,168
54
5,022,335
55
563,700,000
56
—
57
191,866,037
58
118,676,455
59
11,179,254
60
38,300,000
61
195,630
62
10
63
—
64
19,209,874
65
232,000
66
948,514,763
805,358
947,709,405
Summary
Estimates,
1978/79
Minister's Office   119,793
Ministry Services   5,097,460
Basic Education K-XII Program _  591,589,968
Independent Schools   9,156,008
Post-secondary  Education—Universities    208,602,857
Post-secondary Education—Colleges and Provincial Institutes 146,630,743
Student Aid Programs   11,273,537
Teachers' Pension Fund   40,600,000
Metric Conversion    3 31,430
Advances re Rural School Taxes—Net  10
Research Secretariat   87,735
Building Occupancy Charges   18,057,264
Computer and Consulting Charges  1,300,000
1,032,846,805
Less staff reduction salary savings  —
Total of Ministry   1,032,846,805
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 80 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 54
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Education, including his salary and expenses and
those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $                                                                                            Staff $ $
(      7) 133,168 Total vote  (6) 119,793
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
24,000                Minister of Education  24,000
(       2)           39,000                 Ministerial Executive Assistant  19,500
15,744                 Secretary to Minister  16,836
(      2)          22,440                Clerk-Stenographer 4  14,396
(      1)          10,584                Clerk-Stenographer 1  —
— Clerk-Typist 2  12,347
— Clerk-Typist 1   11,314
(      7) 111,768 (6) 98,393
15,000 (10) Travel expense   15,000
5,500 (30) Office expense .  5,500
900 (35) Office furniture and equipment  900
133,168 119,793
 Vote 55
EDUCATION
MINISTRY SERVICES
H 81
Description
Provides for over-all policy direction of the Ministry as well as administrative and support
services to the operational programs of the Ministry. Included in these functions are accounting, personnel, information services, educational statistics, and payroll; also provided are funds
for educational research and development and membership in several national and interprovincial activities.
Staff
(       3)
Estimated, 1977/78
$
383,553
382,764
750,568
725,705
119,684
2,475,090
184,971
13)
24)
25)
35)
(   107)      5,022,335
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister's office . (12)
Facilities services  (17)
Communication services  (23)
Financial services  (34)
Personnel services (7)
Research and development
National and interprovincial activities
Total vote   (93)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
392,621
400,334
790,353
714,830
126,322
2,475,000
198,000
$
5,097,460
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3)
2)
(  2)
2)
2)
2)
2)
6)
1)
2)
3)
1)
45,996
111,864
98,628
59,016
53,280
49,968
13,200
36,720
26,040
39,060
45,996
40,944
37,392
101,160
23,952
44,472
17,484
55,974
17,214
16,944
43,572
(
1)
18,048
57,828
15,444
41,784
(
9)
113,040
(
6)
65,496
(
8)
80,160
(
3)
27,912
(
2)
24,192
(
7)
75,792
(
13)
131,148
(
4)
40,884
(
4)
37,236
(
107)
1,707,840
7,000
(
107)
1,714,840
33,883
109,600
(01)
Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister  .	
Associate Deputy Minister  (3)
Program Manager 5  (2)
Program Manager 4 	
Program Manager 3 (2)
Program Manager 2  (3)
Executive Secretary 2 	
Executive Secretary 1  (3)
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Research Officer 5 	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2  (4)
Administrative Officer 5 (2)
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2 (6)
Administrative Officer 1	
Public Information Officer 2	
Audit Accountant 5  (2)
Audit Accountant 4 	
Audit Accountant 3  (3)
Systems Analyst 3  (2)
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5  (3)
Clerk 4  (8)
Clerk 3  (7)
Clerk 2  (10)
Clerk 1  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3)
Clerk-Typist 2  (7)
Clerk-Typist 1  (2)
Other allowances
(93)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense 	
47,196
118,344
71,892
35,040
57,036
78,180
15,300
42,300
27,360
22,680
28,896
24,123
25,229
84,429
56,364
24,098
128,347
20,652
53,321
69,096
41,304
18,272
50,250
119,487
92,528
120,869
21,906
41,835
66,934
38,120
88,157
22,886
1,752,431
9,000
(93)  1,761,431
114,470
126,375
 H 82 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 55—Continued
Estimates, 1978/79
$
Professional and special services  1,937,471
Office expense   79,913
Office furniture and equipment   26,222
Advertising and publications   125,450
Materials and supplies   5,500
Acquisition—machinery and equipment —
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  920,628
Other expenditure  —
5,097,460
Estimated, 1977/78
$
1,870,255
(20)
76,400
(30)
18,045
(35)
182,000
(40)
5,400
(50)
4,500
(75)
1,001,262
(80)
6,150
(90)
5,022,335
 EDUCATION H 83
Vote 56
BASIC EDUCATION K-XII PROGRAM
Description
Curriculum development services—Provides for the development, co-ordination, and implementation of Provincial and local educational programs in public schools and for the continuing
revision of the curriculum.
Administration services—Provides for the administration of the Public Schools Act and
regulations and the administration of services to districts, such as textbooks, school buses, and
correspondence education.
Provincial program and learning assessment services—Provides for the development of
Provincial and local learning assessment programs.
Consultative services—Provides for assistance in special subject areas, such as home economics, social sciences, industrial education, languages, to the local school districts.
Facilities planning and development—Provides for the formulation of guidelines in planning and developing physical facilities for elementary and secondary schools.
Correspondence education—Provides educational services to children of school-age unable
to attend regular school programs and adults wishing to improve their education.
Educational communications (PEMC)—Provides for the operation of the Provincial
Education Media Centre in providing audiovisual services to public schools in the Province.
Learning resource services—Provides for the acquisition and distribution of prescribed
textbooks and other learning aids for public schools in the Province.
Professional development—Provides for the pre-service and in-service training of administrative and teaching personnel in the field.
Field services—Provides for the recruitment and direction of District Superintendents of
Schools throughout the Province.
Teacher certification and registration—Provides for the certification of all teachers in the
Province and assists in teacher recruitment.
Educational support services—Provides for the establishment and maintenance of services
which supplement the normal services offered by school districts, including native Indian education and educational services to disadvantaged children.
Education of the communicatively impaired—Provides for the operation and maintenance
of lericho Hill Schools for the Deaf and Blind and for the education of other children throughout the Province who are communicatively impaired.
Direct grants to school districts—Provides for direct grants to school districts in the
Province.
Reduction in local school taxation—Provides for home-owner grants.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ Staff $ $
(     18)        540,181             Curriculum development services ...(12) 481,653
—                      Administration services (4) 94,608
Provincial program and learning assess-
(       7)         352,503                  ment services (5) 655,845
(     17)         365,871             Consultative services  (12) 385,184
Facilities   planning   and   development
(     11)         267,562                     (10) 273,545
1,138,052              Correspondence education  (58) 1,306,319
Educational   communications   (PEMC)
(     37)       1,437,150                     (40) 1,567,672
(     21)      8,475,926             Learning resource services (20) 10,341,593
(       1)         386,099             Professional development  387,491
(     63)      2,231,976             Field services (62) 2,525,130
Teacher certification and registration	
(     19)         322,352                     (17) 345,453
(     19)         420,248             Educational support services (11) 321,324
Education of communicatively impaired
(   138)      2,651,232                    (137) 2,943,226
400,910,848             Direct grants to school districts  415,560,925
144,200,000             Grants to reduce local school taxes  154,400,000
(   409) 563,700,000 Total vote (388) 591,589,968
 H 84
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 56—Continued
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimated, 1977778
Staff $
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established:
(       3)          108,144                  Program Manager 5 (4) 149,904
(       3)           96,192                 Program Manager 4 (2) 64,440
(       8)         217,080                 Program Manager 3  (7) 199,908
(     77)      2,053,042                 Program Manager 2 (68) 2,089,380
(      2)           48,840                 Program Manager 1   —
16,518                 Nurse 3   19,002
15,840                Nurse 2  17,568
(       1)           31,202                 Senior Officer  —
— Architect 6 .  31,188
— Physiotherapist 2   17,484
(       2)           28,644                 Physiotherapist 1   —
24,576                 Assistant Director of Curriculum  28,896
Assistant   Director   of   Audiovisual
24,576                     Branch   28,896
Assistant Director of Teacher Certifi-
24,576                     cation  : .  28,896
Assistant Director of Learning Assess-
(      1)          24,576                    ment Programs  —
— Home Economics Adviser (2) 63,283
— Inspector of Technical Classes . ....(2) 59,902
Registrar of Correspondence Educa-
20,472                   tion  25,814
Supervisor of Correspondence Educa-
46,944                     tion  (2) 55,245
Instructor of Correspondence Schools
172,956                     4  (10) 197,282
Instructor of Correspondence Schools
78,120                     3  (5) 89,879
Instructor of Correspondence Schools
(       1)           13,104                     2  (2) 33,559
Instructor of Correspondence Schools
(       1)           13,680                     1   —
(      6)         124,524                 Teacher 5b  (5) 127,544
48,712                 Teacher 5a  (3) 56,607
110,094                 Teacher 4b  : (6) 130,778
88,988                 Teacher 4a  (6) 103,948
(       9)          154,806                   Teacher 3b  (10) 211,118
28,440                 Teacher 3a  (2) 34,307
60,600                 Teacher 2b  (4) 71,572
25,398                 Teacher 2a  .....; (2) 30,639
216,144                  Teacher 6b  (9) 231,831
(       3)           65,448                  Vocational Instructor 8  (2) 52,879
23,472                 Research Officer 4  27,622
(       1)           18,696                 Research Officer 3   —
53,604                 Research Officer 2  (3) 62,411
14,952                 Research Officer 1   18,492
17,880                  Child Care Counsellor 5   21,119
48,528                  Child Care Counsellor 4  (3) 58,249
15,768                 Child Care Counsellor 3   18,661
248,766                 Child Care Counsellor 2 ....(16) 293,613
50,154                 Child Care Counsellor 1  (4) 64,167
27,972                 Psychologist 1  (2) 33,006
18,972                 Speech Therapist 2    22.381
— Administrative Officer 4 (2) 47,818
20,448                 Administrative Officer 3       24,098
(       1)           16,944                 Administrative Officer 2 (3) 63,683
34,698                 Administrative Officer 1  (2) 41,304
41,826                 Engineering Aide 3 (3) 48,182
(       1)           11,508                 Engineering Aide 2  (3) 41,160
77,916                 Engineering Assistant  (5) 92,726
26,472                 Technician 5   31,095
(       1)           20,916                 Technician 3  (2) 49,289
(       3)           53,976                 Technician 2  (2) 45,180
33,336                 Technician 1  (2) 39,405
13,332                 Technical Assistant 3    17,517
 EDUCATION
H 85
Vote 56—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
13,332
15,672
14,784
(       1) 12,048
66,096
43,476
10,428
13,092
11,148
8,916
13,800
13,212
25,032
23,976
46,368
(       3) 33,048
(      4) 44,064
31,716
18,132
16,332
17,544
13,188
89,514
55,596
(       8) 96,882
(     13) 145,128
(     30) 305,904
37,536
10,464
9,450
12,696
(       6) 71,789
121,476
(     23) 239,484
(      7) 71,820
(     12) 113,220
14,184
53,760
25,392
57,066
10,200
(   409)      6,919,337
7,194
421,320
(   409)      7,347,851
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Technical Assistant 2 	
Photographer 3 	
Photographer 2 	
Custodial Attendant 1 . (2)
Cleaning Assistant (second year) (6)
Ward Assistant (second year)  (4)
Ward Assistant (first year) 	
Hospital Housekeeper 1 	
Laundress 2	
Seamstress 1 	
Cook 4 -..
Cook 3 	
Cook 2  (2)
Cook 1  (2)
Cook's Helper (4)
Dietary Aide 1 (second year) __(7)
Dietary Aide 1 (first year)  	
Practical Licensed Nurse (3)
Communications Technician 4 .
Communications Technician 3	
Graphic Artist 2  .	
Truck or Bus Driver	
Clerk 6  (6)
Clerk 5  (4)
Clerk 4  .-- (5)
Clerk 3  (12)
Clerk 2  (26)
Clerk 1  (4)
Office Equipment Operator 2	
Office Equipment Operator 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (7)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (11)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (16)
Clerk-Typist 2    (8)
Clerk-Typist 1  (9)
Stockman 5   	
(4)
(2)
Stockman
Stockman
Stockman
Stockman
--(5)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances _
(388)
$
15,826
18,545
17,517
19,546
78,889
51,890
13,147
15,553
13,291
10,624
16,373
15,683
29,754
28,532
55,245
92,037
37,792
21,418
20,027
20,716
15,657
105,084
66,844
75,880
160,167
318,279
43,993
12,497
11,547
15,085
99,231
147,354
201,030
100,227
103,303
16,828
63,824
30,170
69,310
12,198
7,673,840
7,650
433,500
(388)      8,114,990
385,059
25,000
289,800
1,477,707
135,374
32,485
205,900
8,303,841
5,000
45,000
205,000
545,217,848
24,135
563,700,000
(04) Salaries—temporary   324,073
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts  40,000
(10) Travel expense   281,050
(20) Professional and special services  1,886,786
(30) Office expense   156,866
(35) Office furniture and equipment   29,270
(40) Advertising and publications   268,675
(50) Materials and supplies     10,137,193
(55) Motor-vehicles       —
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   45,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 194,000
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies   570,112,065
(90) Other expenditure   —
591,589,968
 H 86 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 57
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
Description
Provides for the Office of the Inspector of Independent Schools, including grants to eligible
schools based on the appraisal of their facilities, teaching staff, and educational programs.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ Staff $ $
— Total vote  (3) 9,156,008
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Inspector   38,280
Assistant Inspector   37,548
Executive Secretary 1   14,100
(3) 89,928
(04) Salaries—temporary   3,380
(10) Travel expense   11,250
(20) Professional and special services  47,250
(30) Office expense  3,600
(35) Office furniture and equipment  600
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  9,000,000
9,156,008
 EDUCATION
H 87
Vote 58
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION—UNIVERSITIES
Description
Provides funding for the operation of the Universities Council, grants relating to the operating and capital support programs of the universities, development of university programs in the
Interior of British Columbia, and medical teaching expansion project.
Staff
Estimated, 1977/78
$
492,550
184,500,000
3,000,000
2,765,000
1,108,487
(       7)  191,866,037
Activity
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Universities Council  (7) 524,857
Operating grants   200,578,000
Grants re Interior programs  3,000,000
Grants re capital support programs  3,100,000
University medical expansion project  1,400,000
Grants re fire protection, University Endowment Lands*   —
Total vote
-(7)
208,602,857
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
— Executive Director of Education
13,050 Executive Secretary 2	
(       1) 35,000 Program Manager 5	
27,356 Accounting Officer 2	
18,780 Administrative Officer 2	
9 972 Clerk 2	
2L888 Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Salaries—temporary   12,000
Fees and allowances—boards, courts  54,100
Travel expense  28,475
Professional and special services  192,819
Office expense  34,900
Advertising and publications  2,000
Rentals—outside suppliers  50,000
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  208,084,000
208,602,857
(      7)         126,046
25,000
(04)
49,500
(07)
16,275
(10)
183,829
(20)
33,900
(30)
2,000
(40)
50,000
(60)
191,379,487
(80)
191,866,037
41,496
15,300
28,440
22,160
12,198
■ (2)
24,969
(7)
144,563
* Now provided for in Ministry of the Environment, Vote 85.
 H 88 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 59
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION—COLLEGES AND PROVINCIAL INSTITUTES
Description
Post-secondary management services—Provides general direction and support services to
Provincial post-secondary institutions.
Program services—Provides for development, co-ordination, and assessment in post-
secondary institutions in the areas of vocational, career, and academic/technical programs.
Learning resource services—Provides for the printing and construction of curricula material for post-secondary programs.
Facilities planning and development—Provides support services to Provincial post-secondary
institutions, including the British Columbia Institute of Technology, relating to the planning and
development of physical facilities.
Federal-Provincial training services—Provides for involvement in national and interprovincial projects such as the Canadian International Development Agency, and with the
Employment and Immigration Commission in vocational training.
Instructor training and development—Provides for instructor training programs in the field
of industrial education.
Adult/continuing education—Provides for co-ordination and support in the areas of adult/
continuing educational programs, citizenship instruction, and other related programs.
Operating and capital grants—Provides for grants relating to the operating and capital
support programs of colleges and Provincial institutes.
Councils support—Provides for the operation of the Occupational Training Council, the
Academic Council, and Management Advisory Council.
Distance learning systems support—Provides for program identification and development,
library and media services, and delivery support.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $ Staff $                     $
Post-secondary management services	
(     25)         678,442                    (18) 585,146
(     13)         848,291             Program services (11) 1,400,919
(     20)         828,297             Learning resource services (19) 791,182
74,042 Facilities planning and development (3) 75,195
(      4)         404,512 Federal-Provincial training services (3) 315,814
(       1)        622,037 Instructor training and development (4) 681,558
(       8)      3,033,214             Adult/continuing education (6) 4,713,414
104,891,000              Operating grants and expenditures  130,187,515
7,296,620             Capital grants and expenditures  5,000,000
— Councils support  455,000
— Distance learning systems support  2,425,000
(    74)118,676,455 Total vote (64) 146,630,743
(
(
(
(
(
1)
2)
8)
1)
1)
22,950
66,888
65,292
87,900
195,360
28,080
31,206
(
1)
17,088
23,472
21,420
21,420
23,472
22,848
18,696
17,088
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Assistant 	
Program Manager 5 (2) 71,652
Program Manager 4 (3) 100,452
Program Manager 3 (3) 93,252
Program Manager 2 (4) 97,680
Principal—25-49 Instructor   —
Senior Officer 2  —
Architect 6   31,188
Course Writer  20,196
Director of Curriculum Development 27,622
Tourist Service Chairman  25,229
Co-ordinator of Adult Education  —
Co-ordinator of Basic Training for
School Development :  27,622
Student Placement Officer  27,622
Vocational Instructor B   26,881
Research Officer 3  22,068
Research Officer 2   21,107
 EDUCATION
H 89
Vote 59—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(   1)
2)
1)
4)
6)
5)
6)
2)
17,484
18,780
40,896
15,672
13,668
26,322
11,508
15,336
13,704
17,544
32,664
24,204
11,496
22,704
41,592
11,496
68,520
57,192
50,832
60,978
19,140
(  74)  1,254,912
753,402
82,240
597,415
37,050
9,253
6,800
557,433
5,900
103,930
125,197,620
500
9,930,000
118,676,455
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Equipment Control Officer   20,652
Administrative Officer 4  22,160
Administrative Officer 3 (2) 48,196
Engineering Assistant  18,545
Technical Assistant 3   17,062
Photographic Technician 3 (2) 31,653
Photographic Technician 1  14,357
Printing Supervisor .  19,194
Printer  (2) 34,619
Graphic Artist 2  20,716
Graphic Artist 1  (2) 38,650
Apprentice Printer  15,565
Clerk 4  —
Clerk 3 (2) 27,388
Clerk 2 (5) 61,407
Office Equipment Operator 3  13,694
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (5) 68,025
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (5) 68,470
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2) 24,968
Clerk-Typist 2 (5) 62,445
Clerk-Typist 1   10,988
Stockman 3   14,018
(64)       1,245,343
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense	
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment _
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
(90) Other expenditure 	
(99) Recoveries   from   Ministry   of  Labour
(Vote 163)   (Credit)
744,859
91,000
1,004,618
36,826
14,658
245,900
490,702
58,000
152,475,757
9,776,920
146,630,743
 H 90 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 60
STUDENT AID PROGRAMS
Description
Grade XII Scholarship Program—Provides for scholarships to Grade XII students who
have achieved academic excellence and provides for the administration of general education
development tests carried out in the Province.
Grants to post-secondary students—Provides for the administration and distribution of
financial assistance to students, including supplement to the Canada Student Loan Program.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
(       8)      1,102,807             Grade XII Scholarship Program-.(11) 1,203,910
(     12)    10,076,447             Grants to post-secondary students ..(18) 10,069,627
(     20)    11,179,254 Total vote  (29) 11,273,537
24,576
22,236
18,780
15,024
15,444
13,788
24,192
33,312
41,592
12,096
30,672
(  1)     9,972
( 20)   261,684
168,965
(04)
11,700
(10)
242,750
(20)
22,280
(30)
3,125
(35)
42,450
(40)
1,860
(50)
940
(60)
10,415,000
(80)
8,500
(90)
11,179,254
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Assistant Director of Examinations.— 28,896
Administrative Officer 4   26,178
Administrative Officer 2   18,908
Administrative Officer 1   19,467
Clerk 6   18,272
Clerk 5  .  15,085
Clerk 4  (2) 28,779
Clerk 3  (3) 40,296
Clerk 2  (4) 49,990
Clerk 1 (4) 43,226
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 37,166
Clerk-Typist 2  (4) 47,233
Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 21,976
(29) 409,868
Salaries—temporary   147,240
Travel expense  13,825
Professional and special services  263,850
Office expense  28,420
Office furniture and equipment  2,290
Advertising and publications   75,000
Materials and supplies _  2,390
Rentals—outside suppliers   —
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  10,322,154
Other expenditure  8,500
11,273,537
 EDUCATION
H 91
Vote 61
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Fund.
Description
Provides for the statutory payment of the employer's portion of the Teachers' Pensions
Estimated, 1977/78
$
38,300,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
40,600,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
38,300,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies    40,600,000
Vote 62
METRIC CONVERSION
Description
Responsible for providing information to individual enterprises and organizations directly
involved in the economic process, such as Provincial Government ministries and agencies,
municipalities, businesses, and trade associations.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      3) 195,630
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
_(5) 331,430
( 1)
(      3)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
26,814 Engineer 4   26,796
— Engineer 3   22,692
Public Information Officer 2  20,652
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (2) 24,559
17,484
10,332
54,630
50,000
(04)
20,000
(10)
—
(20)
25,000
(30)
10,000
(35)
18,000
(40)
18,000
(50)
-(2)
"(5)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
94,699
52,256
20,000
54,075
50,520
6,000
20,000
33,880
195,630
331,430
 H 92 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 63 *
ADVANCES RE RURAL SCHOOL TAXES—NET
Description
Provides for the statutory advance payments of rural school taxes.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
10 Total vote  10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
100,000,000    (90) Other expenditure  110,000,000
99,999,990    (99) Recoveries   109,999,990
10 10
Vote 64
RESEARCH SECRETARIAT
Description
Supplies staff support to the British Columbia Advisory Board on Research and Development, the inter-ministerial research committees, the External Research Committee, and the
administration of research support programs of the Ministry of Education and the British
Columbia Health Care Foundation.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$                                                                                                 Staff $ $
— Total vote (3) 87,735
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 5  38,160
Research Officer 3  22,362
Clerk-Stenographer 4   13,043
(3) 73,565
— (10) Travel expense  14,170
~ 87,735
 EDUCATION
H 93
Vote 65
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
19,209,874
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
18,057,264
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
19,209,874    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers     18,057,264
Vote 66
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
232,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,300,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
232,000    (25) Data systems and processing       1,300,000
  ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS H 95
MINISTRY OF ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
Estimated,
Vote
1977/78
No.
$
134,140
67
745,512
68
600,906
69
2,668,076
70
14,144,224
71
878,840
72
11,864,584
73
616,780
74
326,596
75
548,692
76
1,122,870
77
29,819,800
78
—
79
1,508,000
80
1,740,619
81
789,000
82
67,508,639
2,077,940
65,430,699
Summary
Minister's Office	
General Administration
Engineering Branch	
Weigh Scale Branch
Motor Vehicle Branch 	
Motor Carrier Branch	
Telecommunication Services Branch	
Communications System Development and Regulation Branch
Motor Carrier Commission	
Transport Research and Planning Branch	
British Columbia Energy Commission 	
British Columbia Ferries—Subsidy	
Local Airport Assistance Program	
Air Services 	
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges ..
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
152,472
698,130
674,198
3,200,246
15,160,033
947,209
12,202,674
868,182
367,191
1,402,187
2,091,671
50,558,500
107,723
2,079,282
3,498,546
2,276,055
96,284,299
96,284,299
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 96 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 67
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Energy, Transport and Communications, including
his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       6) 134,140 Total vote  (7) 152,472
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister of Energy, Transport and
24,000 Communications  24,000
19,500 Ministerial Executive Assistant  19,500
15,744 Secretary to Minister  16,836
(       2) 24,192 Clerk-Stenographer 4  14,396
(       1) 10,704 Clerk-Stenographer 3 (3) 39,236
(       6) 94,140 (7) 113,968
21,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   10,804
10,000 (10) Travel expense  14,000
9,000 (30) Office expense  13,200
— (50) Materials and supplies  500
134,140 152,472
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 97
Vote 68
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides central direction and support services for the Ministry, including offices of the
Deputy Minister and Associate Deputy Ministers, personnel administration, administrative and
office support services, and public information services.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       7) 410,164
(     17) 335,348
(     24)
745,512
Activity
Deputy Ministers' offices
Administrative 	
Staff
-(8)
-(18)
Total vote
-(26)
Estimates, 1978/79
324,834
373,296
698,130
( 2)
( 2)
(  2)
(   1)
45,000
72,960
29,400
23,952
17,484
17,484
18,780
21,600
13,200
23,520
23,328
22,416
19,626
9,360
11,634
31,512
9,756
( 24)   411,012
32,000
32,000
198,000
28,000
8,000
30,000
1,500
5,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
Associate Deputy Minister
Program Manager 4 	
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 4 _
Administrative Officer 3 —
Administrative Officer 1 _
Public Information Officer
Personnel Officer 3	
Executive Secretary 2	
Executive Secretary 1 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk
-(2)
-(2)
1
-(3)
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(3)
(26)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
(04)
(10)
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications _
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(90) Other expenditure	
46,800
77,572
29,400
28,182
26,178
20,652
20,652
22,160
18,060
13,860
24,480
14,396
40,575
35,952
10,988
15,085
38,175
11,677
494,844
26,286
24,000
100,000
32,800
6,500
10,000
1,700
2,000
745,512
698,130
 H 98
Vote 69
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
ENGINEERING BRANCH
Description
Responsible for processing of applications, monitoring of construction and final inspection,
and certification of industrial projects subject to the Railway Act, Pipe-lines Act, and the Industrial Transportation Act.
The Branch examines and certifies operating personnel for railway, aerial tramways, and
heavy automotive equipment on private and industrial roads, and provides a close liaison with
the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources and the Motor Vehicle Branch in matters of
standardization of operational safety requirements.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       7) 176,506
(     18) 424,400
(     25)
600,906
Activity
Administration 	
Inspectional services
Total vote
Staff
-(9)
-(15)
-(24)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
219,485
454,713
674,198
( 1)
( 1)
( 3)
( 25)
( 257
31,188
29,004
51,666
94,776
67,398
123,624
29,400
15,672
10,824
9,756
32,004
495,312
594
6,000
501,906
14,000
50,000
1,000
8,000
6,000
2,500
4,000
11,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Engineer 6	
Engineer 5 	
Engineer 4
 (2)
Inspecting Engineer 3  (4)
Inspecting Engineer 2 (3)
Inspecting Engineer 1 (7)
Program Manager 4 	
Engineering Assistant	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Isolation allowance
Other allowances _.
-(4)
(24)
(24)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(40) Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles
(50)
(55)
(60)
Rentals—outside suppliers
2,500    (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
31,188
26,796
53,592
117,931
73,309
150,620
18,545
11,925
51,564
600,906
535,470
1,188
536,658
14,500
66,940
10,000
10,500
6,600
1,000
6,500
15,000
2,000
4,500
674,198
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 99
Vote 70
WEIGH SCALE BRANCH
Description
Responsible for the administration of the regulations pursuant to the Commercial Transport
Act, and in part to assist in the enforcement of the Motor-vehicle Act, Motor Carrier Act,
Motive-fuel Use Tax Act, which includes the operation of a network of weigh scale stations
throughout the Province to check commercial vehicles for compliance with the statutes and
regulations.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(    149)
64,096
2,603,980
(   153)      2,668,076
Activity
Administration
Operations 	
Staff
.....(4)
-(143)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
77,532
3,122,714
Total vote
-(147)
3,200,246
14)
91)
(   153)
(   153)
20,892
15,504
101,664
599,262
196,380
1,212,264
10,200
9,972
2,166,138
15,834
44,104
2,668,076
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer 4 	
Administrative Officer 1
Weighmaster 4 	
Weighmaster 3 	
Weighmaster 2 	
Weighmaster 1
2,226,076
8,000
(04)
120,000
(10)
17,000
(30)
9,000
(35)
200,500
(50)
37,500
(55)
—
(60)
50,000
(75)
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(6)
-(38)
-(10)
-(89)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances —
(147)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
25,658
18,356
117,450
716,385
174,270
1,418,597
12,497
11,925
2,495,138
14,676
38,232
(147)      2,548,046
15,400
123,200
21,500
8,200
250,900
38,000
15,000
180,000
3,200,246
 H 100
Vote 71
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MOTOR VEHICLE BRANCH
Description
Responsible for the licensing, recording, and safety inspection of motor-vehicles; determining the fitness of drivers to operate motor-vehicles and the licensing, recording, and improvement of drivers.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
( 22) 1,069,562
( 175) 4,918,358
( 174) 4,133,550
(   206)      4,022,754
(   577)    14,144,224
Administration   	
Motor Vehicle Division —
Motor-vehicle inspection
Drivers' Licence Division
Total vote 	
staff
...(15)
-(213)
-(181)
.(208)
-(617)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,035,554
5,975,071
3,674,497
4,474,911
15,160,033
1)
33,396
30,600
2)
53,280
5)
104,268
20,448
2)
37,560
13)
227,292
41,832
95,760
233,368
183,948
(
107)
1,507,044
21,000
(
2)
34,968
(
4)
67,776
(
8)
127,872
(
51)
744,690
(
55)
722,640
(
1)
19,000
(
1)
17,500
13,440
12,096
11,514
211,350
(
30)
409,014
(
26)
321,102
(
64)
715,356
(
102)
1,030,674
(
14)
129,648
12,696
(
7)
75,782
(
6)
63,252
(
2)
20,790
(
20)
189,448
(
577)
7,540,404
5,000
180,000
(
577)
7,725,404
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 5	
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 3	
Program Manager 2	
Administrative Officer 5 ;	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2 .	
Administrative Officer 1	
-(2)
 (3)
_(17)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 5  (2)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 4  (5)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 3  (14)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 2  (12)
Mechanical Inspector of Motor-vehicles 1  . (118)
Personnel Officer 3 	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Driver Examiner 5	
Driver Examiner 4
Driver Examiner 3
Driver Examiner 2
Driver Examiner 1
Shop Foreman 2	
Shop Foreman 1
-(9)
-(52)
-(43)
Plate Shop Foreman	
Assistant Plate Shop Foreman
Stockman 4 	
Stockman 3	
Stockman 2 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk Typist 1 	
-(14)
-(37)
-(49)
-(71)
-(106)
-(15)
-(5)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ....
.....(6)
...(23)
(617)
36,468
23,856
28,182
52,356
24,098
66,480
350,777
49,289
112,950
275,842
222,545
1,952,112
22,680
19,467
20,027
170,186
916,549
672,637
20,591
18,964
15,956
14,760
13,525
253,735
603,744
730,175
975,483
1,281,607
149,162
15,085
62,605
13,043
75,934
241,988
9,502,858
5,000
134,376
(617)  9,642,234
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 101
Vote 71—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
2,397,340 (04)
308,000 (10)
824,500 (20)
1,072,904 (30)
53,000 (35)
244,500 (40)
6,412,600 (50)
28,500 (55)
215,000 (60)
120,400 (75)
400,000 (80)
14,500 (90)
5,672,424 (99)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Other expenditure	
Recoveries  (Credit)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
717,063
350,500
450,190
597,356
104,445
286,000
_  2,326,745
33,000
25,500
159,400
400,000
67,600
14,144,224
15,160,033
 H 102
Vote 72
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MOTOR CARRIER BRANCH
Description
Responsible for the administration of the regulations pursuant to the Motor Carrier Act
and the administration of the policy direction of the Motor Carrier Commission, which includes
the investigation and licensing of public and limited freight and passenger vehicles; research and
documentation of tariffs, time schedules, and licence applications for consideration of the Motor
Carrier Commission; filing and recording of approved tariffs; and the safety inspection of public
passenger vehicles.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
156,134
(     36) 722,706
(     43)
878,840
Activity
Administration 	
Investigation and inspection service (40)
Staff
-(7)
Total vote
-(47)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
159,588
787,621
947,209
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(  6)
(
1)
( 10)
( 3)
( 1)
( 43)
(  43)
25,548
22,236
19,986
18,780
17,484
33,468
101,424
85,476
14,184
12,696
56,376
9,648
9,360
12,096
112,128
30,420
9,168
590,478
240
522
591,240
170,600
50,000
25,000
15,000
12,000
15,000
878,840
(01)
Salaries—established:
Program Manager 2 	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Audit Accountant 2  (2)
Motor Carrier Inspector 2 (6)
Motor Carrier Inspector 1  (7)
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3  (5)
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1  (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (11)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (4)
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Isolation allowance
Other allowances	
(47)
(47)
(04)
(10)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles 	
Rentals—outside suppliers
28,164
26,178
24,098
22,160
20,652
39,561
120,168
120,585
16,828
15,085
66,937
11,801
33,077
14,396
147,218
49,939
756,847
240
522
757,609
75,400
46,400
35,000
15,000
2,000
7,800
5,000
3,000
947,209
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 103
Vote 73
TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES BRANCH
Description
Responsible for co-ordination, design, provision, maintenance, and operation of telecommunications systems required by Government ministries. It is structured to provide, rent, or
engage specialized services relating to telephones, radio, data, audio, and visual communications.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
2)
35)
2)
1)
$
98,096
10,700,192
636,904
305,888
123,504
(     41)    11,864,584
Activity
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $                       $
Administration    (3) 94,428
Telephone services  (61) 11,040,952
Radio services   487,007
Data communication services  (4) 240,287
Auxiliary communication services  340,000
Total vote  (69) 12,202,674
( 2)
( 16)
( 2)
( 41)
( 41)
30,600
20,448
15,984
19,404
29,004
14,004
28,368
129,408
158,556
21,408
9,540
11,496
488,220
360
2,004
490,584
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)  Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Engineer 3
Engineering Assistant
Technician  1 	
Switchboard Operator 5 (2)
Switchboard Operator 3  (12)
Switchboard Operator 2  (37)
Switchboard Operator 1  (2)
Clerk 5 (3)
Clerk 3 (3)
Clerk 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ..
(69)
(69)
32,160
24,098
21,730
20,652
20,574
18,545
16,607
32,330
152,369
457,551
23,005
49,158
40,743
12,497
13,694
11,677
947,390
947,390
350,000
20,000
100,000
22,000
15,000
175,000
10,390,000
100,000
200,000
2,000
11,864,584
(04)  Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30)  Office expense
(35)  Office furniture and equipment	
(40)  Advertising and publications 	
(50)  Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure	
216,634
24,500
151,000
12,000
6,150
6,000
119,000
10,200,000
10,000
510,000
12,202,674
 H 104
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 74
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION BRANCH
Description
Responsible for developing policy recommendations and administering ministerial programs to facilitate the effective development and utilization of communications systems for
the British Columbia public; it is also concerned with the rates charged and the standard of
service offered by telephone and cable television companies which serve British Columbia.
The Branch maintains liaison between the Government and the communications industry,
develops interventions before Federal regulatory bodies, provides for administration of the
Telecommunication Utilities Act, and promotes extension of communications coverage to the
people of British Columbia by various means, including the administering of grants for this
purpose.
staff
Estimated, 1977/78
3)
5)
(     ID
96,678
240,112
279,990
616,780
Activity
Administration 	
System development
Regulation 	
Staff
-(3)
-(4)
-(4)
Total vote
-(H)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
87,787
483,785
296,610
868,182
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(       1)
(     ID
30,600
29,004
29,004
47,160
22,428
22,428
20,430
18,048
11,496
10,332
240,930
22,000
37,600
200,000
9,500
3,750
2,000
100,000
1,000
616,780
(01)
Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3 _
Accounting Officer 2
Engineer 5	
Engineer 4	
Economist 2	
Economist 1
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(80)
(90)
-(2)
Audit Accountant 5 _
Audit Accountant 4 _
Research Officer 2 —
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2	
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
(11)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment	
Materials and supplies	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies
Other expenditure	
32,160
29,004
29,004
49,086
27,622
25,229
25,658
18,492
13,694
12,633
262,582
47,500
45,500
200,000
5,400
3,600
2,500
300,000
1,100
868,182
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 105
Vote 75
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION
Description
Established under the provisions of the Motor Carrier Act to regulate motor carriers with
the object of promoting adequate and efficient service with reasonable and just charges.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       8) 326,596
Total vote
Staff
-(9)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
367,191
(  8)
39,900
30,600
23,064
21,420
20,472
13,200
11,496
10,944
171,096
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman  	
Program Manager 3
Commissioner 	
Administrative Officer 5
Research Officer 5	
Research Officer 4	
Executive Secretary 2 _.
Clerk 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
41,900
32,160
28,000
28,182
25,229
24,123
13,860
13,694
13,043
(9) 220,191
13,000
90,000
28,000
10,000
6,000
4,000
2,500
2,000
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(90)
Salaries—temporary
Fees and allowances-
Travel expense 	
-boards, courts	
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies	
Other expenditure	
12,000
28,000
95,000
7,000
4,000
1,000
326,596
367,191
 H 106
Vote 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
TRANSPORT RESEARCH AND PLANNING BRANCH
Description
Provides for the development, co-ordination, and evaluation of Ministry policies and
programs.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
548,692 Administration
(     10) 548,692
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
 (10) 652,187
North East Coal Development         750,000
Total vote
-(10)
1,402,187
(       1)
(       1)
(     10)
88,200
70,008
20,472
22,236
10,944
10,332
222,192
42,000
35,000
175,000
6,000
5,000
10,000
3,500
50,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4  (3)
Economist 2   (3)
Economist  1  	
Research Officer 2 (2)
Administrative Officer 4   —
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
(10)
89,676
75,553
38,720
13,355
12,633
229,937
(04) Salaries—temporary    21,050
(10) Travel expense   27,000
(20) Professional and special services  1,050,000
(30) Office expense   6,500
(35)  Office furniture and equipment  8,300
(40) Advertising and publications   5,000
(50)  Materials and supplies   2,400
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  50,000
(90) Other expenditure   2,000
548,692
1,402,187
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 107
Vote 77
BRITISH COLUMBIA ENERGY COMMISSION
Description
Provides policy advice on energy resource management to the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council and carries out the regulatory function for energy utilities; also supervises the Provincial
Energy Conservation Program and gasoline marketing objectives.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     41)       1,122,870
(     41)       1,122,870
44,850
39,000
81,120
188,800
64,904
29,160
115,884
20,946
19,152
22,236
18,048
19,524
35,346
13,680
17,478
50,880
11,790
10,086
9,090
58,950
2)
1)
5)
1)
2)
1)
4)
1)
1)
(       5)
(       1)
(     41)
9,360
10,086
890,370
Activity
General program .
Staff
  ,      (37)
Energy conservation and new technology  (9)
Gasoline marketing supervision —(2)
Total vote  (48)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,308,750
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman 	
Deputy Chairman	
Commissioners 	
Program Manager 5 	
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 2 	
Economist 3 	
Economist 2 	
Economist 1 	
_(3)
_(5)
....(10)
Administrator Officer 3
Audit Accountant 5 	
Audit Accountant 4 .	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Audit Accountant 2	
Research Officer 2 	
Research Officer 1 	
Librarian 2 	
Engineer
-(2)
-(2)
-(3)
-(3)
Executive Secretary 2
Executive Secretary 1
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
Switchboard Operator 2
-(4)
-(2)
731,984
50.937
45,000
39,000
116,460
181,806
314,148
30,576
51,240
47,640
21,744
21,252
23,196
21,252
18,252
58,428
50,112
19,920
11,394
10,242
53,292
27,240
12,137
11,004
10,536
2,091,671
(48)       1,195,871
30,000
50,000
100,000
22,500
5,000
25,000
1,122,870
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(75)
(80)
(90)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles  	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Other expenditure 	
46,000
64,000
526,000
36,000
5,000
141,000
22,800
7,000
32,000
15,000
1,000
2,091,671
 H 108 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 78
BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES—SUBSIDY
Description
Provides for the annual highway equivalent subsidy to the British Columbia Ferry Corporation, and lease payments for three ferries operated by the Corporation.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
29,819,800 Total vote  50,558,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
4,819,800    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       4,819,800
25,000,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies    45,738,700
29,819,800 50,558,500
Vote 79
LOCAL AIRPORT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Description
Provides for administration charges relating to the construction or improvement of the
airstrip or navigational aids at local airports.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$                                                                                                 Staff $ $
— Total vote  (4) 107,723
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Engineer 4  23,580
Research Officer 4   25,679
Clerk-Stenographer 3  12,363
Technician 4  23,101
(4) 84,723
— (10) Travel expense   15,000
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  8,000
~ 107,723
 ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
H 109
Vote 80
AIR SERVICES
Description
Provides emergency services, air transportation, and aerial photographic services for the
Provincial Government.
Estimated, 1977778
Staff $
(     28)      1,508,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
.(47) 2,079,282
(  28)
( 28)
( 28)
588,000
588,000
588,000
200,000
20,000
25,000
5,000
6,000
1,173,000
13,000
18,000
540,000
1,508,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer 1 	
Engineering Technician 5	
Technician 4 	
Pilot 4
Pilot 3
Pilot 2
Pilot 1
 (5)
 (7)
 (5)
 (3)
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer 2 (7)
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer 1 (4)
Stockman 5 	
Stockman 2  (2)
Labourer 1  (2)
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 3  (3)
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Sundry employees 	
Other allowances
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(47)
(20) Professional and special services .
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(60)
Rentals—outside suppliers
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(99) Recoveries from ministries  (Credit)
20,652
31,095
28,935
167,507
198,290
107,175
53,698
139,013
70,280
16,828
26,399
28,793
17,543
38,625
11,801
13,525
12,497
11,612
994,268
10,000
(47)      1,004,268
36,124
25,000
25,000
6,500
5,000
1,181,390
10,000
16,000
20,000
250,000
2,079,282
 H 110 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 81
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and
maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates. 1978/79
1,740,619 Total vote     3,498,546
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,740,619    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       3,498,546
Vote 82
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
789,000 Total vote    2,276,055
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
789,000    (25) Data systems and processing        2,276,055
 ENVIRONMENT H 111
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Summary
Estimated,       Vote Estimates,
1977/78          No. 1978/79
$ $
124,088      83    Minister's Office    131,756
2,201,513      84   General Administration   1,798,066
8,535,823      85   Land and Water Management    11,477,133
25,676,795      86   Environmental and Engineering Service   26,288,717
7,022,355      87    Environmental Protection   7,774,376
1,114,830      88    Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat  1,016,324
667,830     89   Provincial Agricultural Land Commission   691,389
2,294,118      90    Building Occupancy Charges  2,732,825
726,000     91    Computer and Consulting Charges  1,356,400
48,363,352 53,266,986
2,819,742 Less staff reduction salary savings  —
45,543,610 Total of Ministry       53,266,986
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 112 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 83
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of the Environment, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       6) 124,088 Total vote   (6) 131,756
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
24,000 Minister of Environment  24,000
19,500 Ministerial Executive Assistant  19,500
15,744 Secretary to Minister  16,836
18,048 Administrative Officer 2  20,027
12,096 Clerk-Stenographer 4  14,396
10,200 Clerk-Typist 2  12,497
(       6) 99,588 (6) 107,256
12,000 (10) Travel expense  12,000
9,500 (30) Office expense  7,000
3,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
— (50) Materials and supplies  1,500
— (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   2,000
124,088 131,756
 ENVIRONMENT
H 113
Vote 84
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides for over-all policy direction and administrative support for the Ministry, including office of the Deputy Minister and Associate Deputy Ministers, personnel administration,
computing services, financial services, and public information. The budget provides for Pollution Control Board and Pesticide Appeal Board expenses, consultants' fees, grants, studies, and
membership fees in support of the Ministry's objectives.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     15) 788,616
(       6) 153,061
(     34) 484,836
275,000
500,000
(     55)      2,201,513
Activity
Deputy Minister offices _
Personnel administration
Financial services
Computing services
Grants
Provincial disaster grants
Total vote 	
Staff
-(18)
-(8)
-(23)
-(3)
(52)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
794,023
177,766
368,736
75,531
382,000
10
1,798,066
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
43,080
13,200
12,240
(
3)
105,480
(
1)
25,548
28,224
(
1)
18,780
20,448
17,484
26,040
37,920
(
1)
17,484
32,388
(
2)
29,196
(
6)
75,588
113,544
(
10)
102,024
(
5)
46,002
12,696
12,096
(
1)
12,096
21,888
(     55) 823,446
1,404
(     55) 824,850
(01)
Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
Associate Deputy Minister  (2)
Executive Secretary 2	
Executive Secretary 1 	
Program Manager 5	
Program Manager 4
Program Manager 2
Special Land Projects Consultant
Economist 3
-(2)
Systems Analyst 3	
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 1
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 3	
Personnel Officer 2	
Public Information Officer 3
Public Information Officer 2
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1
Clerk-Stenographer 5
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Other allowances
-(2)
-(2)
~(2)
_.(3)
-(2)
(10)
-(8)
-(3)
-(2)
(52)
45,480
78,000
15,300
14,100
29,400
56,948
39,000
33,136
25,467
48,196
24,098
20,652
27,360
40,200
15,150
20,027
36,544
49,345
29,293
135,239
96,456
15,085
14,396
39,468
25,241
(52)
973,581
2,016
975,597
103,996 (04)
10,000 (07)
36,185 (10)
345,292 (20)
29,995 (30)
7,570 (35)
40,000 (40)
— (50)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
30,741
20,000
43,825
220,300
26,600
19,393
60,500
1,800
 H 114
Vote 84—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
3,000    (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers
775,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies
25,625    (90) Other expenditure	
2,201,513
Estimates, 1978/79
$
2,300
382,010
15,000
1,798,066
 ENVIRONMENT
H 115
Vote 85
LAND AND WATER MANAGEMENT
Description
Provides for management of Crown lands under the Land Act; maintenance of land status;
planning, examining, and appraising Crown lands, including environmental impact studies;
legal surveys; establishment of ecological reserves, and administration of the University Endowment Lands including recoveries, and Golf Course. Net operating results of the University
Endowment Lands are carried to the University Endowment Lands Administration Account.
Provides for the administration and control of the use of surface water and the administration of improvement districts under the Water Act, the regulation of private water utilities under
the Water Utilities Act, and dam safety inspections.
Provides for maintenance of regional and district offices throughout the Province.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   145)
(     76)
(   117)
(     52)
4,387,251
10
211,600
2,829,177
1,107,785
(   390)      8,535,823
Activity
Land management.
Staff
(204)
University Endowment Lands Administration Act (82)
University Endowment Lands Golf
Course  ( 5 )
Water resource administration (147)
Legal surveys (53)
Total vote
-(491)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
5,065,177
1,361,380
290,345
3,499,136
1,261,095
11,477,133
(       8)
36,360
60,792
232,920
204,292
23,966
200,807
371,355
(
11)
235,069
(
7)
179,556
(
14)
333,912
(
12)
229,128
(
5)
85,188
(
2)
27,756
(
2)
53,602
(
4)
98,152
45,389
26,940
26,940
(
1)
20,016
(
2)
45,996
(
1)
23,952
22,236
62,670
(
2)
39,228
(
5)
92,604
35,988
(
4)
75,120
(
1)
12,648
(
1)
11,508
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 5  38,160
Program Manager 4 (2) 67,056
Program Manager 3  (8) 249,756
Program Manager 2 (9) 250,572
Program Manager 1   26,796
Program Administrator 5  24,960
Accounting Officer 1  25,026
Engineer 7  33,000
Engineer 5  (7) 203,028
Engineer 4 (14) 370,632
Engineer 3  (13) 279,144
Land Officer 5 (8) 203,340
Land Officer 4 (11) 269,766
Land Officer 3 (16) 317,892
Land Officer 2 (6) 99,588
Land Officer 1   —
Surveyor 3   26,796
Surveyor 2    (5) 120,852
Surveyor 1  (2) 42,864
Biologist 5   31,641
Biologist 4   25,736
Biologist 3  (6) 137,081
Planning Officer 4   31,641
Planning Officer 3   25,229
Planning Officer 2 (8) 179,719
Research Officer 5  28,177
Research Officer 3 (2) 44,138
Administrative Officer 5  —
Administrative Officer 4  26,178
Administrative Officer 3 (3) 72,294
Administrative Officer 2 (6) 132,479
Administrative Officer 1  (2) 41,304
Audit Accountant 3  (2) 42,501
Technical Land Officer 4 (3) 61,956
Technical Land Officer 3  (15) 300,461
Engineering Aide 3  (2) 33,344
Engineering Aide 2 (5) 79,136
Engineering Aide 1   13,122
 H 116
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 85—Continued
Staff
(       7)
Estimated, 1977/78
$
107,928
24,612
158,832
134,064
423,384
185,724
191,802
89,448
20,040
16,764
13,512
26)
12)
13)
7)
3)
4)
(  1)
( ID
( 13)
(  3)
19)
5)
( 16)
( 25)
( 9)
( 12)
( 1)
( 21)
( 9)
5)
5)
( 390)
37,224
48,384
27,024
22,680
22,320
121,608
73,680
33,792
182,160
215,280
45,816
244,191
81,720
220,500
302,328
98,496
122,022
9,090
46,992
235,536
94,656
51,078
46,122
6,662,899
10,914
72,878
( 390)  6,746,691
1,050,973
546,020
263,021
118,328
54,295
23,160
646,565
88,000
47,050
820,000
268,685
107,900
2,244,865
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Engineering Assistant (12) 215,567
Technician 4   28,935
Technician 3  (8) 194,336
Technician 2 (7) 158,130
Technician 1 (29) 563,071
Technical Assistant 4 (17) 304,231
Technical Assistant 3 (14) 242,767
Technical Assistant 2 (4) 61,837
Head Waitress  13,589
Waitress (2nd year)  13,147
Foreman of Works 1   23,629
General Tradesman   19,806
Gardener 5  17,400
Gardener 3  16,035
Gardener 1 (2) 30,041
Mechanic 3  18,869
Labourer 2  (5) 73,803
Labourer 1 (6) 86,380
Machine Operator 4 (2) 32,070
Fire   Chief,   University   Endowment
Lands  —
Assistant Fire Chief  24,440
Fire Captain  (6) 143,344
Fire Lieutenant (4) 86,978
Firefighter 10 (2) 39,951
Firefighter 4 (23) 450,477
Firefighter 3 (4) 70,591
Firefighter 2 (5) 78,681
Firefighter 1  (4) 61,982
Firefighter (probationary)  (10) 138,115
Clerk 6 (6) 109,633
Clerk 5 (19) 314,004
Clerk 4 (28) 412,565
Clerk 3 (12) 158,765
Clerk 2 (18) 220,705
Clerk 1  (5) 49,566
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (4) 55,959
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (25) 335,494
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (17) 190,810
Clerk-Stenographer 1  5,955
Clerk-Typist 2 (9) 93,017
Clerk-Typist 1  (6) 62,709
(491) 9,172,749
Isolation allowance   16,640
Other allowances  64,188
(491) 9,253,577
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(70)
(75)
(80)
(90)
(99)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services .
Office expense	
Office furniture and equipment _
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Acquisition—land and buildings	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Other expenditure	
Recoveries  (Credit)
575,817
829,470
329,950
158,200
58,199
29,800
630,182
51,800
59,842
593,099
281,850
2,000
97,900
1,474,553
8,535,823
11,477,133
 ENVIRONMENT
H 117
Vote 86
ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICE
Description
Combines all resource base data collections, surveys and mapping, environmental studies
and assessments, and major engineering functions; includes land, air, and water environmental
baseline studies and water resource management studies; involves flood damage prevention
programs, including floodplain mapping and planning, flood prediction and construction, and
operation of flood control works; provides an inventory function by assessing capability and
suitability of land for various purposes, and meets the mapping requirements of other ministries;
carries out environmental impact assessments; implements the Fraser River Flood Control
Program and the Okanagan Basin Study; administers the Dykes Maintenance Act.
Estimated, 1977778
Staff $
( 152) 4,088,262
( 160) 18,220,564
( 73) 3,276,757
(      4) 91,212
(   389)    25,676,795
Activity
Surveys and mapping
Staff
-(151)
Planning and development (186)
Resource analysis (104)
Dykes maintenance (3)
Total vote
.(444)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
4,092,832
19,075,315
3,040,558
80,012
26,288,717
33,396
(
3)
95,296
241,800
(
1)
28,860
(
2)
47,388
(
17)
336,529
(
1)
19,056
258,826
(
28)
723,907
(
17)
368,046
19,402
32,448
(
1)
18,301
(
1)
20,976
53,597
73,614
22,694
55,800
(
2)
48,048
(
6)
125,796
(
1)
17,868
(
1)
17,088
21,420
45,996
23,472
106,626
(
4)
75,024
18,780
(
1)
16,704
(
2)
39,048
(
1)
13,824
(
1)
14,088
16,620
13,068
(
1)
14,088
(
9)
132,228
(
6)
76,518
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 5	
Program Manager 4 (2)
Program Manager 3 (8)
Program Manager 1	
Agriculturist 4 (3)
Agriculturist 3  (10)
Agriculturist 2 (3)
Engineer 5 (9)
Engineer 4 (25)
Engineer 3  (15)
Engineer 2	
Inspector of Dykes	
Geologist 4 	
Geologist 3  (3)
Geologist 2 	
Forester 3  (3)
Surveyor 3  (2)
Surveyor 2  (3)
Surveyor 1 	
Biologist 5  (2)
Biologist 4 (6)
Biologist 3  (10)
Biologist 2  (7)
Biologist 1  (2)
Planning Officer 2	
Research Officer 5 (2)
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 3 (5)
Research Officer 2 (5)
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 2 	
Programmer Analyst 4	
Programmer Analyst 2	
Conservation Officer 1  (5)
Agricultural Officer 4	
Agricultural Officer 3  (3)
Laboratory Assistant 2 	
Laboratory Technician 3 	
Laboratory Technician 2  (3)
Engineering Aide 3  (16)
Engineering Aide 2 (12)
36,468
69,204
252,696
71,808
203,490
52,416
261,036
658,164
324,864
19,404
32,448
26,796
67,200
65,484
50,376
73,620
22,692
63,282
169,508
255,188
140,885
33,916
22,570
57,794
27,622
126,149
105,082
22,160
18,356
83,493
19,961
56,142
14,460
17,608
50,095
275,994
179,620
 H 118
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 86—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
1)
15)
12)
20)
46)
53)
19)
7)
(       7)
(       2)
(       1)
( 1)
( 5)
(      9)
( 3)
( 8)
( 4)
( 2)
(   389)
12,060
231,922
250,992
383,040
759,570
57,456
828,552
277,308
92,934
29,568
33,336
103,488
119,988
12,060
22,620
32,664
17,544
13,776
12,408
14,802
14,184
11,496
55,164
99,432
9,450
12,696
35,688
89,628
42,048
21,036
19,512
14,184
7,016,846
2,500
6,890
(   389)      7,026,236
2,250,181
1,240,992
2,909,260
84,875
46,532
121,700
901,926
112,994
454,791
9,139,399
1,320,909
25,000
42,000
25,676,795
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(70)
(75)
(80)
(90)
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Engineering Aide 1  (5) 69,916
Engineering Assistant  (18) 329,368
Technician 3  (14) 340,086
Technician 2 (23) 513,799
Technician 1  (44) 858,366
Detachment Chief, Air Surveys —(3) 67,770
Technical Assistant 4 (62) 1,121,285
Technical Assistant 3 (7) 120,932
Technical Assistant 2  (10) 152,718
Laboratory Technician (2) 35,035
Photographic Technician 5  (2) 39,405
Photographic Technician 4  (9) 157,663
Photographic Technician 3  (9) 142,446
Photographic Technician 2   14,357
Photographic Technician 1   15,826
Instrument Maker, Air Surveys Division  (2) 38,650
Communications Technician 4  21,418
Communications Technician 3   —
Communications Technician 2   17,451
Labourer 1  14,396
Driver   14,760
Clerk 6   18,031
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 4 (2) 28,616
Clerk 3  (7) 93,030
Clerk 2 (13) 159,624
Clerk 1   11,098
Clerk-Stenographer 5  15,085
Clerk-Stenographer 4 (5) 69,020
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (9) 119,320
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (5) 61,563
Clerk-Typist 2  (4) 50,236
Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 22,523
Stockman 5  16,828
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
(444)
8,795,500
3,095
5,000
(444)      8,803,595
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles  	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—land and buildings	
Acquisition—machinery and  equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Other expenditure	
1,234,673
1,188,583
3,607,898
133,010
43,872
144,000
776,322
71,000
437,522
9,154,866
692,376
1,000
26,288,717
 ENVIRONMENT
H 119
Vote 87
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Description
Provides for the administration of the Pollution Control Act, the Litter Act, and waste
management programs; includes public inquiries to establish pollution control objectives; operates project SAM for the recovery of derelict automobiles and other scrap metals for remanu-
facture into useful products. The Environmental Laboratory tests samples of water, wastewater,
sediments, air, vegetation, and soil for environmental contaminants; includes the Pesticides
Branch and Pesticides Laboratory.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(    174)
(     63)
(       8)
5,122,050
1,706,601
193,704
(   245)      7,022,355
Activity
Waste management
Staff
-(189)
Environmental Laboratory  (75)
Pesticide control  (19)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
5,117,292
2,036,575
620,509
Total vote
.(283)
7,774,376
(       3)
( 26)
( 29)
(       1)
(       6)
(       6)
3)
1)
1)
( 9)
( 21)
(     15)
(     ID
(       6)
36,360
62,292
91.800
28,020
26,532
17,988
59,064
377,052
670,386
625,098
15,960
53,274
125,322
17,868
45,996
46,944
128,520
106,818
24,576
23,472
34,968
11,772
50,652
12,156
10,644
33,768
135,288
294,828
227,724
83,664
352,992
178,584
14,784
13,332
64,872
15,012
29,208
24,468
66,564
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 5   38,160
Program Manager 4 (2) 68,880
Program Manager 3  (4) 123,120
Program Manager 2   30,300
Agriculturist 5   26,880
Agriculturist 2   18,018
Engineer 6 (2) 59,064
Engineer 5  (13) 370,068
Engineer 4  (25) 652,344
Engineer 3  (27) 592,534
Engineer 1   —
Biologist 5  (2) 63,283
Biologist 4  (2) 50,459
Biologist 3  (7) 170,288
Biologist 2   21,107
Laboratory Scientist 5  (2) 57,792
Laboratory Scientist 4  (2) 55,245
Laboratory Scientist 3  (6) 151,380
Laboratory Scientist 2  (7) 147,751
Research Officer 5   28,896
Research Officer 4  27,622
Administrative Officer 1  (2) 41,304
Data Processing Operator 3  17,790
Key-punch Operator 3 (3) 41,082
Stockman 2   14,018
Agricultural Officer 4  (5) 93,988
Laboratory Assistant 2 (2) 28,422
Laboratory Assistant 1   —
Laboratory Technician 5  (2) 39,924
Laboratory Technician 3  (8) 140,872
Laboratory Technician 2  (28) 466,030
Engineering Assistant  (20) 346,924
Technician 3  (4) 98,579
Technician 2  (20) 417,957
Technician 1  (13) 246,209
Technical Assistant 3   17,517
Technical Assistant 2   15,826
Laboratory Aide  (6) 77,407
Foreman 1  (2) 35,581
Machine Operator 7  (3) 51,499
Machine Operator 4 (2) 32,070
Machine Operator 3   15,657
Clerk 6   18,272
Clerk 5     ...(2) 33,656
Clerk 4  (2) 29,481
Clerk 3  (7) 93,212
 H 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 87—Continued
Estimated, 1977778
Staff
6)
2)
2)
(   245)
29,760
27,618
10,464
12,696
24,192
99,996
64,704
21,408
18,432
4,547,892
3,936
2,980
(   245)      4,554,808
660,717 (04)
416,080 (10)
300,500 (20)
112,500 (30)
9,050 (35)
18,500 (40)
492,800 (50)
98,500 (55)
19,300 (60)
335,600 (75)
4,000 (90)
7,022,355
Estimates, 1978/79
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1	
Switchboard Operator 2
Clerk-Stenographer 5	
Clerk-Stenographer 4	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Staff
-(3)
-(3)
-(2)
_(9)
-(7)
-(8)
-(4)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances 	
(283)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Other expenditure	
36,101
32,785
12,497
15,085
28,792
120,694
83,565
88,238
30,508
5,614,733
4,536
3,700
(283)      5,622,969
373,861
469,100
237,000
127,550
20,350
70,000
428,486
106,500
26,000
292,560
7,774,376
 ENVIRONMENT
H 121
Vote 88
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE COMMITTEE SECRETARIAT
Description
The Secretariat serves as the staff arm of the Environment and Land Use Committee of
Cabinet. Under the Environment and Land Use Act, the duties of the committee include the
establishment of basic guidelines for environmental control and for the development and use
of land; conducts and co-ordinates investigations into diverse environment and land use questions. Instructions to conduct these are given by the Environment and Land Use Committee
and findings of all analyses are directed to the committee.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(       2)
(     ID
(     ID
$
365,280
414,966
334,584
(     24)      1,114,830
Activity
Staff
Executive office and administration (5)
Resource planning (12)
Special projects (10)
Total vote
-(27)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
278,037
386,881
351,406
1,016,324
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
( 1)
( 1)
( 3)
( 1)
( 4)
( 2)
( 1)
( 24)
( 24)
43,080
13,200
62,748
26,940
18,696
77,244
29,004
102,240
20,016
62,382
40,944
23,868
11,208
10,944
542,514
702
2,364
545,580
(01)
132,750
(04)
59,000
(10)
250,000
(20)
55,000
(30)
18,000
(35)
21,000
(40)
4,000
(50)
28,500
(60)
1,000
(75)
Salaries—established:
Director, Land Use Secretariat.
Executive Secretary 2	
Program Manager 4	
Biologist 4 	
Biologist 3 	
Economist 3 	
Economist 2	
Forester 6 	
Forester 4 	
Planning Officer 4	
Planning Officer 3 	
Planning Officer 2	
Research Officer 4 .	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2	
Technical Assistant 3
Clerk 6 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
-(4)
-(3)
-(2)
-(2)
(27)
(27)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
35,712
15,300
60,888
59,926
57,792
29,004
117,124
24,676
27,622
75,135
19,338
17,517
18,272
28,792
25,540
11,925
12,061
1,114,830
636,624
636,624
69,500
65,000
170,000
40,200
10,000
10,000
4,000
10,000
1,000
1,016,324
 H 122
Vote 89
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURAL LAND COMMISSION
Description
Acting under the Agricultural Land Commission Act, the objective of the Commission is
to preserve and encourage the establishment and maintenance of agricultural land. The
Commission advises and assists municipalities and regional districts in the designation of land
reserves.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     13) 667,830
Total vote
Staff
-(22)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
691,389
36,000
27,780
30,900
24,576
42,366
21,336
28,788
12,408
12,096
(
1)
11,352
(
1)
10,584
(
13)
258,186
82,144
(04)
59,000
(07)
51,000
(10)
125,000
(20)
25,000
(30)
1,500
(35)
12,000
(40)
1,000
(50)
3,000
(60)
50,000
(80)
667,830
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman 	
Executive Secretary 1 	
General Manager 	
Commissioner   	
Planning Officer 3 	
Planning Officer 2 (2)
Administrative Officer 4 	
Engineering Aide 3 (2)
Technical Assistant 3  (3)
Technical Assistant 1 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 1  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 2  (4)
(22)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies ..
37,800
14,100
27,780
25,877
30,919
52,224
25,658
35,035
47,481
12,601
15,085
22,407
14,396
49,120
410,483
23,256
72,800
60,000
35,000
31,000
3,100
6,000
1,750
3,000
45,000
691,389
 ENVIRONMENT
H 123
Vote 90
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and
maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
2,294,118
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,732,825
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2,294,118    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       2,732,825
Vote 91
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
726,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,356,400
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
726,000    (25) Data systems and processing        1,356,400
  FINANCE
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
H 125
Estimated,
1977/78
$
95,034
903,968
2,830,063
5,095,512
1,315,344
4,322,478
100,000
4,917,294
13,875,000
30,260,000
3,500,000
788,500
10
41,362,498
10,765,913
1,666,187
121,797,801
1,987,033
119,810,768
Vote
No.
Summary
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
Minister's Office 	
Administrative and Support Services
Office of the Comptroller-General	
Computer and Consulting Services	
Purchasing Commission 	
Taxation Administration
Assessment Act Appeal Boards
Government Agencies 	
Interest on Public Debt	
Grants, Contributions, and Subsidies
Interest on Deposits	
Incidentals
Advances Under Various Statutes	
Salary Contingencies (All Ministries)
Treasury Board
Building Occupancy Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry 	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
105,330
1,072,434
4,002,470
6,801,506
2,045,495
4,797,307
400,000
5,684,386
21,853,323
16,481,000
3,400,000
1,860,500
250,000
21,064,320
9,148,468
3,737,896
102,704,435
102,704,435
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 126
Vote 92
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Finance, including salaries and expenses of the
Minister and his staff.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       5) 95,034
Total vote
Staff
~(5)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
105,330
(  5)
24,000
19,500
15,750
9,012
11,772
80,034
11,500
2,500
1,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)
Salaries—established:
Minister of Finance	
Administrative Assistant
Secretary to Minister	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(5)
24,000
19,500
16,836
11,098
14,396
85,830
11,500
7,500
500
95,034
105,330
 FINANCE
H 127
Vote 93
ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
Provides central direction and management for the Ministry, including monitoring of the
Provincial Budget.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     45) 903,968
Total vote
Staff
-(49)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,072,434
(   1)
1)
3)
1)
2)
(   1)
( 5)
( 4)
( 4)
( 1)
(  45)
46,800
69,780
55,140
13,200
11,940
22,800
28,620
26,334
63,816
15,924
29,256
71,856
22,236
18,780
30,246
27,798
24,504
54,012
41,460
36,894
12,096
22,320
21,156
766,968
25,000
30,000
22,000
60,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister	
Associate Deputy Minister (2)
Program Manager 3  (2)
Executive Secretary 2	
Executive Secretary 1	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Personnel Officer 2	
Program Manager 2	
Economist 3 (2)
Economist 1 (2)
Research Officer 2 (2)
Research Officer 1	
Administrative Officer 5 (3)
Administrative Officer 4 (2)
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 6 (2)
Clerk 5 (2)
Clerk 4 (2)
Clerk 3 (6)
Clerk 2 (5)
Clerk 1 (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
(49)
(10) Travel expense	
(30)   Office expense 	
(35)  Office furniture and equipment
(90) Other expenditure	
49,200
77,280
88,800
15,300
14,100
25,548
21,600
16,920
24,420
64,030
51,136
37,831
18,102
84,546
48,339
22,160
36,303
31,042
28,942
79,182
60,220
22,088
26,893
26,893
24,559
995,434
32,000
30,000
15,000
903,968
1,072,434
 H 128
Vote 94
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
Description
Under the Financial Control Act, the Comptroller-General is responsible for the general
direction and control over accounting policies, practices, systems, and procedures used throughout Government.
The office is also responsible for the maintenance of the accounts of the Province,
preparation of the Public Accounts and other statutory reports as well as regular accounting
and related reports; the processing of all expenditures of public moneys, which, in addition to
normal audit procedures,_ includes confirmation of direct legislative authority prior to issuance
of cheques; and for providing an internal audit service throughout the Government.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   162)      2,830,063
Total vote
Staff
-(196)
Estimates, 1978/79
4,002,470
40,000
33,300
12,240
11,790
34,293
93,606
6)
164,390
1)
25,450
2)
42,924
2)
40,896
3)
49,992
11)
253,866
57,432
(
40)
700,800
67,914
44,844
25,968
(
13)
161,430
(
25)
281,976
(
16)
163,248
(
4)
36,804
12,096
(       1) 10,428
(       6) 61,248
(       1) 9,168
(     ID
123,960
(   162)      2,560,063
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Comptroller-General    42,000
Deputy Comptroller-General   34,992
Program Manager 3   26,640
Program Manager 2   26,196
Executive Secretary 2   14,700
Executive Secretary 1   14,100
Accounting Officer 4  34,272
Accounting Officer 3  (3) 87,012
Accounting Officer 2 (10) 270,606
Accounting Officer 1   —
Research Officer 2 (2) 42,214
Administrative Officer 5  —
Administrative Officer 4  (2) 52,358
Administrative Officer 3 (3) 68,537
Administrative Officer 2 (6) 120,702
Administrative Officer 1   —
Audit Accountant 5 (15) 385,373
Audit Accountant 4  (3) 67,743
Audit Accountant 3  (36) 757,169
Audit Accountant 2   20,652
Audit Accountant 1    16,931
Systems Analyst 4  (3) 75,417
Clerk 6 (3) 52,176
Clerk 5  (2) 32,986
Clerk 4 (15) 223,203
Clerk 3  (28) 379,481
Clerk 2 (31) 382,232
Clerk 1  (3) 32,421
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,043
Clerk-Stenographer 2  —
Clerk-Typist 2  (8) 97,857
Clerk-Typist 1   —
Coder Supervisor . (2) 25,541
Coder  (10) 112,520
(196)      3,523,470
100,000 (10) Travel expense 	
— (20) Professional and special services
150,000 (30) Office expense 	
20,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment _
131,000
140,000
188,000
20,000
2,830,063
4,002,470
 FINANCE
H 129
Vote 95
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING SERVICES
Description
The Branch develops and provides information systems initiation and support to the
Ministry branches through its involvement with the British Columbia Systems Corporation,
as well as providing data entry services on a demand basis Government-wide. This vote also
provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing and
management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     90)
(   188)
1,799,564
7,651,948
3,500,000
1,595,502
9,451,502
(   278)      5,095,512
Activity
Finance location
Central services .
Contingency
Staff
...(53)
-(107)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
877,639
1,547,867
Computer and consulting charges       4,376,000
Less recoveries   —
Total vote
-(160)
6,801,506
1)
33,396
59,700
3)
73,260
26,640
1)
23,760
22,080
1)
21,420
1)
15,984
7)
160,656
13)
264,216
34)
614,112
22)
362,658
5)
69,120
5)
69,312
9)
212,064
16)
343,830
11)
219,744
4)
62,556
2)
29,808
9)
100,080
40,878
1)
9,450
1)
12,096
9,900
10,704
28,356
(
1)
18,540
(
1)
17,868
(
6)
96,120
(
5)
73,488
(
17)
213,834
(
2)
23,394
15,012
27,576
110,724
(
55)
616,628
(
20)
207,348
(
278)
4,316,312
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4  —
Program Manager 3  (2) 61,800
Program Manager 2  —
Program Manager 1   25,080
Program Administrator 5   —
Program Administrator 4   23,160
Research Officer 3   —
Administrative Officer 2   —
Programmer Analyst 6   —
Programmer Analyst 5   —
Programmer Analyst 4   —
Programmer Analyst 3   —
Programmer Analyst 2   —
Programmer Analyst 1   —
Systems Analyst 5   28,182
Systems Analyst 4  27,140
Systems Analyst 3   24,098
Systems Analyst 2  —
Systems Analyst 1   —
Clerk 3  (2) 27,388
Clerk 2  (4) 49,145
Clerk 1    —
Clerk-Stenographer 4   —
Clerk-Stenographer 2   12,770
Clerk-Typist 2  (2) 24,695
Coder Supervisor   12,770
Coder  (3) 35,406
Data Processing Operator 7   —
Data Processing Operator 6   —
Data Processing Operator 5  —
Data Processing Operator 4  —
Data Processing Operator 3   —
Data Processing Operator 2  —
Key-punch Operator 6   17,790
Key-punch Operator 5  (2) 32,718
Key-punch Operator 4 (9) 131,910
Key-punch Operator 3  (128) 1,664,654
Key-punch Operator 2   —
(160) 2,198,706
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
775,000
81,700
200,000    (20) Professional and special services
160,000
3,000
 H 130 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 95—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,595,502 (25) Data systems and processing  4,376,000
69,500 (30) Office expense   16,900
8,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  7,000
218,000 (50) Materials and supplies   24,900
3,743,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   —
25,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment —
3,515,000 (90) Other expenditure   15,000
9,451,502 (99) Recoveries    (Credit) —
5,095,512 6,801,506
 FINANCE
H 131
Vote 96
PURCHASING COMMISSION
Description
The Commission acts as the central purchasing agent for all ministries and provides a
warehousing facility for certain goods.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
(     87)      1,315,334
(6) 10
(     93)      1,315,344
Activity
Purchasing administration
Warehousing operation	
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$
.(92)      2,045,485
...(5) 10
(97)
2,045,495
26,640
20,448
(
1)
15,948
39,384
(
2)
39,048
84,960
(
4)
63,936
(
1)
16,944
32,136
(
7)
110,040
(
9)
128,190
(
1)
13,380
9,720
(
7)
112,134
(
8)
86,766
(
6)
66,708
31,128
36,978
10,464
23,040
22,572
9,972
164,970
19,512
(
1)
12,696
(
1)
12,696
23,430
(
93)
1,233,840
1,224
(
93)
1,235,064
2,500
45,000
32,700
5,500
7,500
960,000
7,000
1,000
980,920
1,315,344
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman, Purchasing Commission ...
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Purchasing Agent 4  (2)
Purchasing Agent 3 	
Purchasing Agent 2  (5)
Purchasing Agent 1  (7)
Supervisor of Stores 1 	
Audio Visual Technician	
Business Machines Technician 5 	
Business Machines Technician 4 ..(2)
Business Machines Technician 3 ..(6)
Business Machines Technician 2 (13)
Business Machines Technician 1 	
Business Machines Technician Apprentice 	
Clerk 5  (6)
Clerk 4  (10)
Clerk 3   (4)
Clerk 2  (3)
Clerk  1   (4)
Switchboard Operator 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2  (16)
Clerk-Typist 1  (2)
Stockman 6 	
Stockman 5 	
Stockman 3  (2)
Stockman 2  (2)
(97) ~
Other allowances 	
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure 	
(99) Recoveries  (Credit)
30,600
24,098
50,277
23,031
101,428
128,901
18,597
21,405
40,055
111,584
226,890
11,812
100,972
145,157
54,112
37,492
44,067
12,497
28,793
26,191
11,314
196,230
23,603
15,501
28,940
28,414
1,541,961
(97)      1,541,961
5,500
41,200
43,000
1,500
8,000
1,000,000
433,000
1,000
1,029,666
2,045,495
 H 132 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 97
TAXATION ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides for the administration of all taxing statutes which are the responsibility of the
Minister of Finance. The Consumer Taxation Branch administers the Social Services Tax Act,
Gasoline Tax Act, Coloured Gasoline Tax Act, Motive-fuel Use Tax Act, Fuel-oil Tax Act, Pari
Mutuel Betting Tax Act, Cigarette and Tobacco Tax Act, and Hotel and Motel Room Tax Act.
The Income Taxation Branch administers the Mining Tax Act, Logging Tax Act, Corporation
Capital Tax Act, Insurance Premiums Tax Act, Probate Fees Act, Succession Duty Act, and
Gift Tax Act. The Real Property Taxation Branch administers the Taxation Act, Public Schools
Act, and Water Act as they relate to real property taxation in the non-municipal areas of the
Province.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
2,906,946             Consumer Taxation Branch  (157) 3,405,352
(     53)         955,394             Income Taxation Branch (41) 817,988
460,138             Real Property Taxation Branch —(30) 573,967
(   240)      4,322,478 Total vote (228) 4,797,307
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
70,308                 Program Manager 5 (2) 70,500
33,396                 Program Manager 4  35,040
— Program Manager 3   26,640
— Program Manager 2  30,300
(       2)           48,840                 Program Manager 1   —
34,277                  Accounting Officer 4   34,272
31,187                 Accounting Officer 3   31,188
(      2)           57,442                 Accounting Officer 2   29,004
— Accounting Officer 1   26,796
(       1)          28,224                 Economist 3   —
23,952                  Administrative Officer 5   28,182
61,464                  Administrative Officer 4  (3) 76,455
— Administrative Officer 3   24,098
18,780                  Administrative Officer 2   19,179
(       5)           82,500                 Administrative Officer 1  (4) 79,760
134,430                    Audit Accountant 5  (6) 159,884
(       9)         190,212                  Audit Accountant 4  (8) 196,235
(     78)      1,398,750 Audit Accountant 3  (72)      1,534,383
17,484                Audit Accountant 2   20,652
(       1)           19,524                 Consumer Tax Inspector 4  —
(       1)            18,780                  Consumer Tax Inspector 3  (2) 44,321
473,862                 Consumer Tax Inspector 2 (28) 561,459
77,220                  Clerk 6 (5) 91,361
141,642                 Clerk 5 (10) 168,286
161,586                  Clerk 4 (13) 194,269
(     12)         133.056                 Clerk 3 (13) 171,450
164,184                  Clerk 2 . (16) 194.856
(     11)         102,222                 Clerk 1  (7) 80,006
35,826                 Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3) 42.999
32,592                 Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3) 38,896
(       8)           85.476                 Clerk-Stenographer 2  (7) 88,692
10,200                 Clerk-Stenographer 1   12,198
61,860                 Clerk-Typist 2 (6) 75,395
76,470                 Clerk-Typist 1  (8) 89,994
(   240)      3,825.746                                                                        (228)      4,276.750
2,232 Isolation allowance  2,232
(   240)      3,827,978 (228)      4,278,982
167,000    (10) Travel expense   185,000
40,000    (20) Professional and special services  3,000
133,000    (30) Office expense          216,525
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H 133
Vote 97—Continued
Estimated, 1977778
$
24,500
100,000
30,000
4,322,478
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$
16,800
2,000
80,000
15,000
4,797,307
Vote 98
ASSESSMENT ACT APPEAL BOARDS
Description
Provides for the fees and expenses of the Courts of Revision and the Assessment Appeal
Board in hearing appeals of property tax assessments.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
100,000
100,000
Activity
Courts of Revision	
Assessment Appeal Board
Total vote 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
200,000
200,000
400,000
93,000
5,500
1,500
100,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts  372,000
(20) Professional and special services  22,000
(30) Office expense   6,000
400,000
 H 134 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 99
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Description
Provides for the 51 Government Agents located throughout the Province. Agents perform
functions for the Ministry in the collection of revenue and in the payment of certain accounts
as well as representing other ministries where necessary. They also perform such statutory
functions as Water Recorder, Mining Recorder, Gold Commissioner, Land Commissioner,
Marriage Commissioner, Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Official Administrator,
District Registrar of Voters, and issuer of Autoplan insurance and motor-vehicle licences.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $ $
(   354)      4,917,294 Total vote  (348) 5,684,386
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ Staff        $ $
Ashcroft Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
17,340 Government Agent 1  18,180
12,408 Clerk 4   15,085
(      2) 29,748 (2) 33,265
Atlin Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
14,880 Government Agent 1   17,340
10,464 Clerk 3   13,199
(       2) 25,344 (2) 30,539
Burns Lake Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600 Government Agent 2  19,080
13,248 Clerk 5   16,157
10,704 Clerk 3   12,770
(       3) 42,552 (3) 48,007
18,600
13,788
(
2)
21,900
(
1)
10,824
9,012
(
6)
74,124
Campbell River Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2  19,560
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 3  (3) 38,794
Clerk 2   —
Clerk 1   11,677
(6) 86,859
Cassiar Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
14,880 Government Agent 1 	
14,880
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-Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
$
Staff        $                 $
Chilliwack Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600
14,184
10,824
10,464
Government Agent 2     ..    ..    19,560
Clerk 5     16,828
Clerk 3 13,525
Clerk 2   11,677
(       4)
54,072
(4)                       61,5
H 135
(  3)
( 2)
(  10)
18,600
14,184
11,496
44,280
22,080
17,484
13,986
25,392
22,992
10,332
19,080
131,346
Clinton Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2  19,560
Clerk 5   15,501
Clerk 3   12,770
(3)
Courtenay Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4
Administrative Officer
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist  1  	
_(2)
-(2)
-(2)
23,160
20,652
16,828
30,171
27,050
24,995
12,198
(10)
Cranbrook Agency
47,831
155,054
22,080
17,484
14,184
12,552
32,640
11,496
9,360
19,140
(01)
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4 ...
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
  23,160
(    1)
20,652
16,828
15,085
(3) 40,588
Clerk 1  	
Clerk-Typist  1 	
11,418
(2)  22,914
(   11)
138,936
(10)
150,645
Creston Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600 Government Agent 2  19,560
14,184 Clerk 5   16,828
10,824 Clerk 3   13,199
10,086 Clerk 2   12,347
(       4)
53,694
(4)
61,934
 H 136
Vote 99—C
Estim:
Staff
(      2)
Continued
ted,1977/78
$
22,080
17,484
14,184
48,072
10,824
19,080
10,086
11,076
20,088
10,086
ESI
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
flMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimates
Staff        $
Dawson Creek Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4  23,160
Administrative Officer 1            20,652
Clerk 5      16,828
Clerk 4  (3) 44,405
Clerk 3      13,608
Clerk 2      .. 11,418
1978/79
$
179,747
118,936
73,528
136,235
46,457
(      1)
Switchboard Operator 2           11,925
Clerk-Stenographer  3    12,770
Clerk-Typist 2  (2) 24,981
Clerk-Typist 1       —
(     14)
183,060
(12)
Duncan Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4 .      .   .23,160
22,080
17,484
12,696
11,496
9,648
9,168
19,992
Administrative Officer 1     19,467
Clerk 4  15,085
(       1)
(      2)
Clerk 3  (2)  26,893
Clerk 2        11,418
Switchboard Operator 2            10,988
Clerk-Typist 1   11,925
(       8)
102,564
(8)
Fernie Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2  19,560
Clerk 5   15,501
Clerk 3    (2) 25,970
Clerk 2    12,497
18,600
14,184
21,648
10,200
(       5)
64,632
(5)
Fort St. lohn Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4  23,160
22,080
15,984
24,648
10,944
10,824
10,464
9,168
(       1)
(       1)
Administrative Officer 1            20,027
Clerk 4    (2)  29,846
Clerk 3     (3) 39,327
Clerk 1       —
Clerk-Stenographer 3   12,198
Clerk-Typist 1          11,677
(9)
Fort Nelson Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1     18,180
(       8)
104,112
17,340
12,252
10,824
Clerk 4    _ 14,922
Clerk 3        13,355
(       3)
40,416
(3)
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H 137
Vote 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(        2)
(        6)
(        4)
(       2)
(       2)
27,804
18,600
13,056
21,648
9,864
10,332
73,500
18,600
13,986
10,464
10,200
53,250
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff        $ $
Fort St. James Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
17,340 Government Agent 1 	
10,464 Clerk 3 	
18,180
13,694
17,340
10,464
27,804
17,070
11,352
28,422
(2)
Golden Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
-(2)
Clerk-Typist 2
19,560
15,956
25,131
11,418
11,801
(6)
Grand Forks Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2  19,560
Clerk 5
Clerk 3
Clerk 2
16,828
13,199
11,801
(4)
Ganges (Gulf Islands) Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1   18,180
Clerk 3   12,906
(2)
Invermere Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1  18,180
Clerk 3   13,694
Clerk 1  10,806
(3)
31,874
83,866
61,388
31,086
42,680
Houston Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
17,340 Government Agent 1	
18,180
(       1)
17,340
(1)
18,180
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Estinu
Staff
Continued
ted, 1977/78
$
23,760
37,560
15,444
14,184
49,530
67,320
10,086
10,944
9,972
9,864
ESI
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
TMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimates,
Staff        $
Kamloops Agency
Salaries—established:
Government A^ent 5   24.960
1978/79
$
258,512
48,065
205,559
58,943
61,120
Administrative Officer 2
Clerk 6 .               	
 22,160
  18,272
(        1)
(       4)
Clerk 5 . 	
Clerk 4 	
(2) 33,657
(2) 29,293
(6)  81,334
      12,347
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2                 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ...
  13,355
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Kaslo Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2	
11,925
11,209
(     18)
248,664
(17)
  19,560
18,600
14,184
Clerk 5 	
  16,828
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Kelowna Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 5   ..
11,677
(       2)
32,784
(3)
  24,960
23,760
17,214
26,880
45,840
30,156
10,704
9,972
21,294
185,820
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4                 	
20,652
(2)  31,913
  14,577
(       3)
(       2)
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
Clerk-Stenographer  3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1  	
Kitimat Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2 __   .
(4) 53,620
(3) 35,418
12,770
11,649
(     14)
(14)
  19,560
18,600
12,252
10,824
Clerk 4               	
  14,922
Clerk 3       -	
  13,043
Clerk 2 	
...   . 11,418
Lillooet Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2
Clerk 5    	
(       3)
41,676
(4)
19,560
....      16,157
18,600
13,248
10,584
11,208
Clerk 3  	
12,906
Clerk-Stenographer 3  ....
12,497
(      4)
53,640
(4)
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H 139
Vote 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   4)
18,600
14,184
10,944
10,464
54,192
(01)
Merritt Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff        $ $
19,560
16,828
13,355
12,497
12,497
(5)
74,737
4)
1)
(  1)
(  13)
22,080
16,944
13,614
12,096
44,640
10,464
10,332
12,096
10,086
9,168
161,520
Nanaimo Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4  23,160
Administrative Officer 1   20,652
Clerk 5   16,593
Clerk 4   14,760
Clerk 3  (5) 66,989
Clerk 2   11,677
Clerk 1       —
Switchboard Operator 2   12,497
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Typist 2   12,347
Clerk-Typist 1       —
(13)
193,071
(
1)
22,080
(
1)
16,944
15,444
28,170
34,926
(
4)
43,548
(
4)
39,840
10,332
(
1)
10,944
(
17)
222,228
23,760
18,780
15,444
27,240
(
4)
49,608
55,752
(
2)
21,408
(
1)
10,200
11,352
9,972
9,168
(
20)
252,684
Nelson Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 5  20,280
Government Agent 4  —
Administrative Officer 2   21,301
Administrative Officer 1   —
Clerk 6   18,272
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 4  (3) 42,481
Clerk 3  (5) 66,528
Clerk 2  (3) 34,501
Switchboard Operator 2   12,497
Clerk-Stenographer 4    —
Clerk-Stenographer 3   12,906
(17)
New Westminster Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 5
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 6
Clerk 5
Clerk 4
Clerk 3
Clerk 2
-(2)
-(3)
-(5)
Switchboard Operator 2 	
Switchboard Operator 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3  	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2  (2)
Clerk-Typist 1 	
24,960
22,160
18,272
32,785
45,420
66,937
12,497
13,694
11,925
24,448
10,988
245,594
(19)
284,086
 H
Vt
j
140
>te 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff                $
17,340
12,696
10,824
ESI
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
TMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimates,
Staff        $
Oliver Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1  18,180
1978/79
$
Clerk 4   ..                        .   15,085
Clerk 3   13,199
(
3)
40,860
(3)
100 Mile House Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2  19,560
Clerk 4   14,577
46,464
1)
1)
18,600
11,934
9,756
9,090
(
(
Clerk 3         12,770
Clerk 2      ....             —
Switchboard Operator 1       —
Clerk-Typist 1   11,314
(4)
Penticton Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4  23,160
(
4)
49,380
58,221
2)
1)
2)
10)
22,080
17,484
12,696
24,330
22,320
9,972
21,648
130,530
(
(
(
Administrative Officer 1           20,652
Clerk 5   15,085
Clerk 4                               (2) 29,104
Clerk 3 ..      _ (4) 52,013
Clerk-Stenographer 2       —
Clerk-Typist 1       —
(
(9)
Port Alberni Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4       23,160
140,014
2)
1)
21,180
17,484
14,184
12,696
22,440
10,824
11,496
110,304
Administrative Officer 1 20,652
Clerk 5   ...           16,828
(
(
Clerk 4   15,085
Clerk 3        ..(3) 52,748
Clerk 2    . .         —
Clerk-Stenographer 3    13,694
(
8)
(8)
Port Hardy Agency
Salaries—established:
Gnvernrnenf Agent 1                     16,800
142,167
17,340
(
1)
17,340
(1)
16,800
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H 141
Vote 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff *
( 1)
(       4)
18,600
13,248
10,824
10,086
52,758
Staff
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
Powell River Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
19,560
16,157
13,043
11,418
(4)
60,178
23,760
18,780
29,232
27,042
(
3)
35,010
54,132
(
3)
29,976
(
2)
18,024
10,704
9,168
(
21)
255,828
Prince George Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 5  24,960
Administrative Officer 2   22,160
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist  1  	
34,632
32,785
29,339
65,877
36,797
10,806
2    13,043
  12,770
-(2)
(2)
-(2)
-(5)
(2)
(18)
283,169
(       1)
(     15)
22,080
17,484
14,802
14,184
12,096
54,636
11,352
9,972
9,168
10,584
9,360
185,718
Prince Rupert Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4  23,160
Administrative Officer 1   20,652
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
(5)
18,031
16,828
14,018
67,626
12,198
Switchboard Operator 2   12,198
Clerk-Stenographer  3    12,906
Clerk-Typist 1   11,418
(14)
209,035
(       3)
Princeton Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600                 Government Agent 2   	
... 19,560
12,876                  Clerk 5  	
10,824                 Clerk 3 	
. 30,815
... 13,199
42,300
(3)
63,574
15,840
Queen Charlotte City Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1  17,340
(       1)
15,840
(1)
17,340
 H 142 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff        $                 $
Quesnel Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
22,080 Government Agent 4  23,160
17,484 Administrative Officer 1   20,652
48,222 Clerk 4  (3) 44,054
(       1)           10,464 Clerk 3  (4) 52,657
9,540 Clerk 2   11,418
(       1)           10,704 Clerk 1       —
10,824 Clerk-Stenographer 3    12,770
9,972 Clerk-Stenographer 2    11,925
(       2)           21,294 Clerk-Typist 2   12,770
(     12) 160,584 (13) 189,406
Revelstoke Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600                 Government Agent 2  19,560
14,184                 Clerk 5   16,828
12,252                 Clerk 4   14,922
(       1)           11,496                 Clerk 3  (2) 27,050
(       1) 10,944 Clerk 2   	
10^332                 Clerk-Stenographer 3    13,355
(       6) 77,808 (6) 91,715
Rossland Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600 Government Agent 2  19,560
14,184 Clerk 5   16,828
— Clerk 3   13,694
(      2) 32,784 (3) 50,082
Salmon Arm Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
18,600 Government Agent 3   19,560
13,440
21,288
9,012
9,972
(01)
Clerk 5    ._ 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 1   	
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Smithers Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4	
16,359
(2) 25,970
10,897
12,198
(       6)
72,312
(6)
22,080
  23,160
22,080
16,944
(
2)
25,956
35,844
(
1)
11,208
(
2)
20,364
9,264
10,944
(
2)
14)
20,088
(
172,692
Administrative Officer 1   20,652
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 4  (3) 44,080
Clerk 3  (3) 40,093
Clerk 2   11,418
Switchboard Operator 2   12,497
Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,355
Clerk-Typist 1   11,314
84,984
(13) 193,397
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H 143
Vote 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(        1)
(       2)
(       5)
(       1)
17,340
18,600
13,788
21,816
9,648
63,852
16,320
16,320
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff        $ $
Stewart Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
17,340 Government Agent 1 	
18,180
(01)
(01)
(1)
Terrace Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 2	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
19,560
16,828
13,694
11,801
(4)
Ucluelet Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1  16,800
(1)
18,180
61,883
16,800
(      2)
(       1)
(      9)
22,080
16,464
38,088
20,328
10,464
12,012
119,436
Vancouver Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 4  23,160
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 4
Clerk 2
Clerk 1
20,338
(3)  44,380
.(3)  37,058
Clerk-Stenographer 3   12,497
(9)
137,433
(       2)
17,340
12,696
30,036
Vanderhoof Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
Government Agent 1	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
(
1)
22,080
(
1)
16,944
15,228
14,184
34,764
(
5)
55,416
(
1)
10,824
(
1)
10,824
21,960
(
2)
19,944
(
17)
222,168
18,180
15,085
12,497
(3)
(01)
Vernon Agency
Salaries—established:
Government Agent 5	
Government Agent 4	
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 6 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(3)
-(7)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
24,960
22,160
18,272
16,828
43,183
91,726
13,694
12,198
(16)
45,762
243,021
 H 144 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 99—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff        $                 $
Williams Lake Agency
(01) Salaries—established:
22,080 Government Agent 4  23,160
17,484 Administrative Officer 1   20,652
12,696 Clerk 5   15,085
24,486 Clerk 4  (2) 28,617
42,972 Clerk 3  (4) 50,127
20,550 Clerk 2  (2) 23,915
10,464 Switchboard Operator 2   12,497
11,208 Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,694
(     13)          161,940 (13)                       187,747
58,326 Isolation allowance   56,922
(   354)      4,691,544 (348)                  5,343,682
82,000    (10) Travel expense  60,000
90,000    (30) Office expense   120,704
40,000    (35) Office furniture and equipment  40,000
5,000    (55) Motor-vehicles  —
8,750    (90) Other expenditure   120,000
4,917,294 5,684,386
 FINANCE
H 145
Vote 100
INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT
Description
Provides for the cost of interest on the Provincial direct debt.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
13,875,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
21,853,323
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
13,875,000    (90) Other expenditure    21,853,323
Vote 101
GRANTS, CONTRIBUTIONS, AND SUBSIDIES
Description
Provides for grants and subsidies administered by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
1,500,000
22,000,000
3,250,000
1,500,000
1,100,000
550,000
250,000
110,000
30,260,000
Activity
Power and telephone line beautification
grant  	
Payment of natural gas producers Federal income tax on deemed income	
Power subsidy
Assessment Authority of British Columbia Act (sec. 16)—
Capital grant
Operating grant
Real Property Tax Deferment Act (sec.
19)   	
Municipal Act (sec. 23)
Burns Lake Native Development Corporation Operating grant 	
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$                       $
1,000,000
6,000,000
3,250,000
1,500,000
4,210,000
350,000
50,000
121,000
16,481,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
30,260,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies      16,481,000
 H 146
Vote 102
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS
Description
Provides for interest on various Funds.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
3,500,000
19,000,000
65,000
19,065,000
3,500,000
Activity
Interest on Suitors' Fund deposits	
Interest on Official Guardian deposits	
Interest on Official Committee deposits ..
Interest on Intestate Estates Fund
deposits  	
Interest on Public Trustee Act deposits _
Interest on Cemetery Companies Act
deposits  	
Interest on Public Service Superannuation Fund
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
3,400,000
Interest on Members of the Legislative
Assembly Superannuation Fund	
Less earnings from investments 	
 (Credit)    22,065,000
22,000,000
65,000
Total vote
3,400,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
22,565,000    (90) Other expenditure    25,465,000
19,065,000    (99) Recoveries    (Credit)    22,065,000
3,500,000
3,400,000
Vote 103
INCIDENTALS
Description
Provides for miscellaneous expenditures of the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
470,000
200,000
3,500
115,000
788,500
Activity
Temporary assistance
Printing and publications	
Unclaimed Money Deposits Act (sec. 5)
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Bank charges	
Total vote 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
515,000
235,000
3,500
115,000
992,000
1,860,500
470,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary
(20) Professional and special services .
200,000    (40) Advertising and publications	
3,500    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
115,000    (90) Other expenditure	
788,500
515,000
992,000
235,000
3,500
115,000
1,860,500
 FINANCE
H 147
Vote 104
ADVANCES UNDER VARIOUS STATUTES
Description
Provides for statutory advances to local government and other entities in respect of
property taxes in non-municipal areas collected on their behalf by the Ministry of Finance.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
50,000
31,400
400,000
3,500,000
12,900,000
1,400,000
400,000
1,325,000
2,700,000
22,706,400
22,706,390
10
Activity
Local Services Act (chap. 7) 	
Municipal Finance Authority of British
Columbia Act (chap. 30) .._.	
Water Act (improvement districts) 	
Regional Hospital Districts Act  (sees.
25, 26)  	
Municipal   Act   (sec.   784)    (regional
districts)   	
Municipal Act  (sec.  798g)   (improvement districts)
Municipal Act (sec. 775 (4a)) (regional
districts)     	
Public Libraries Act (sec. 50) (rural)	
Assessment Authority of British Columbia Act 	
Municipal Act (sees. II (4) (c) and
4 (8)) 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
70,000
40,000
424,725
3,776,000
15,910,000
1,554,000
500,000
1,460,000
2,400,000
7,800
Recoveries
26,142,525
.(Credit)    25,892,525
Total vote
250,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
22,706,400    (90)  Other expenditure
26,142,525
22,706,390    (99) Recoveries  (Credit)    25,892,525
10
250,000
Vote 105
SALARY CONTINGENCIES (ALL MINISTRIES)
Description
Provides for salary increases for established staff in all ministries as well as salaries for
new positions.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
41,362,498
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
21,064,320
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
41,362,498    (01) Salaries—established     21,064,320
 H 148
Vote 106
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
TREASURY BOARD
Description
Treasury Board staff—Provides staff support to the Treasury Board in the provision of
central direction and control over the operations of all Government ministries. Reviews and
analyses the content, cost, efficiency, and effectiveness of Government programs, analyses all
expenditure estimates and requests, establishes Government budgetary practices and procedures,
co-ordinates the development of the annual budget estimates, and assists in the determination
of the over-all allocation of financial resources; ensures that sound and effective management
and administrative policies, practices, systems, and procedures exist and are used throughout
all Government ministries; analyses and approves all organization structures, assesses and
controls the number of personnel employed within the Government establishment, and determines the classification of all positions within Government organization structures.
Government Employee Relations Bureau—Provides staff support to the Treasury Board
by developing personnel management policies and practices, including the negotiation and
administration of collective agreements on behalf of the Government; the establishment of rates
of remuneration, fringe benefit policies, practices, and administration; and establishment and
review of systems of job evaluation and classification in the Government service.
Provides for the expenses related to the Anti-Inflation Measures Act.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     10) 260,448
(    70)    10,405,465
100,000
(     80)    10,765,913
Activity
Treasury Board staff
Staff
-(36)
Government Employees Relations Bureau   (54)
Anti-inflation measures 	
Total vote  (90)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
995,776
8,102,692
50,000
9,148,468
(  1)
(  3)
(  2)
( 3)
( 3)
( 15)
( 15)
( 3)
( 1)
1)
6)
6)
1)
( 2)
a 2)
( 2)
( 3)
42,000
39,000
35,000
97,020
73,260
25,440
11,280
87,840
76,236
342,000
277,010
52,020
18,276
15,708
53,226
12,252
66,216
60,324
9,360
21,960
20,628
21,428
28,092
(     80)      1,485,576
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman—G.E.R.B   45,000
Vice-Chairman—G.E.R.B.  —
Associate Deputy Minister   34,992
Program Manager 5   32,340
Program Manager 4 (2) 62,208
Program Manager 3   26,640
Program Manager 2  (3) 80,400
Executive Secretary 2   15,300
Executive Secretary 1   15,300
Personnel Officer 7 (2) 62,820
Personnel Officer 6   27,6.84
Personnel Officer 5  (5) 123,816
Personnel Officer 4 (12) 282,240
Personnel Officer 3  (23) 435,060
Program Administrator 5 (8) 184,980
Program Administrator 3   19,560
Administrative Officer 3  22,160
Administrative Officer 1   —
Clerk 5 (4) 61,402
Clerk 4  —
Clerk 3   12,633
Clerk 2  11,677
Clerk 1  (2) 21,703
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (6) 78,712
Clerk-Stenographer 2   —
Clerk-Typist 2  (9) 106,674
Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 22,199
(90)      1,799,896
2,000    (04)
87,600    (10)
120,000    (20)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
24,612
178,760
265,000
 FINANCE H 149
Vote 106—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
73,600 (30) Office expense   78,500
68,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  37,000
1,200 (40) Advertising and publications  400
1,500 (50) Materials and supplies   7,000
2,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  5,300
— (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 9,000
— (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  340,000
8,924,437 (90) Other expenditure  6,403,000
10,765,913 9,148,468
Vote 107
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
1,666,187 Total vote   3,737,896
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,666,187    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       3,737,896
  FORESTS
H 151
MINISTRY OF FORESTS
Estimated,
1977/78
$
101,012
19,421,832
9,830,468
591,742
8,055,875
522,569
20,853,993
2,800,000
9,202,000
10,100,000
6,000,000
9,800,000
2,000,000
7,000,000
2,500,000
1,689,621
535,000
111,004,112
6,978,719
104,025,393
Vote
No.
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
Summary
Minister's Office 	
Ministry Administration Program 	
Engineering Support Services Program
Public Information Services Program _
Resource Management Program	
Special Studies Program 	
Reforestation Program 	
Research Program
Fire Suppression Program .
Forest Protection Program
Inventory Program	
Scaling Program
Range Management Program	
Forest Development Roads Maintenance Program
Reservoir Waterway Improvements Program	
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
110,042
21,337,907
9,105,583
649,614
8,473,647
1,776,086
19,837,242
2,181,163
7,000,000
10,102,369
6,305,210
11,249,847
2,289,571
6,594,677
- 5,973,966
3,878,928
1,682,000
118,547,852
118,547,852
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 152 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 108
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Forests, including his salary and expenses and
those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $                                                                                           Staff $ $
(       5) 101,012 Total vote  (5) 110,042
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
1)
1)
24,000
21,500
15,744
11,772
11,496
(10)
(30)
(35)
Minister of Forests   	
24,000
(
Ministerial Executive Assistant
Secretary to Minister    ..   	
-(2)
39,000
16,836
(
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Travel expense   '  ..
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
(5)
13,706
(
5)
84,512
10,000
3,500
3,000
93,542
10,000
3,500
3,000
101,012
110,042
 FORESTS
H 153
Vote 109
MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM
Description
Deputy Minister's office—Provides executive direction services for the Ministry, including
the office of the Chief Forester, Assistant Chief Foresters, and the Director of Services.
Comptroller's staff—Provides budget preparation, control of Ministerial expenditures,
revenues, and security and performance deposits.
Office administrative services—Provides for services not directly related to any particular
program.
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association—Provides for a grant to assist the association to
carry out their publicity work in the Province, aiming at educating the public in the value of
our forest resources and the necessity of protecting them from fire.
District administrative services—Provides regional administrative services for the Ministry.
Personnel management—Provides for management of the Ministry personnel, including
safety and operations of the Ministry Training School.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
17)
39)
863)
37)
$
427,340
532,818
645,419
35,000
16,838,532
942,723
(   956)    19,421,832
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister and executive (12)
Comptroller's staff . (37)
Office administrative services
Grant to Canadian Forestry Association
District administrative services  (895)
Personnel management  (40)
Total vote
.(984)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
356,158
597,812
781,531
35,000
18,508,674
1,058,732
21,337,907
(       7)
( 1)
( 1)
( ID
( 2)
( 2)
( 207)
( 98)
( 87)
( 24)
( 114)
( 58)
(     19)
(      2)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
42,996                  Deputy Minister   39,000
39,000                 Associate Deputy Minister  43,392
104,436                  Program Manager 5  (3) 111,492
190,980                 Program Manager 4 (6) 204,852
54,240                 Program Manager 3  (2) 59,040
26,712                  Legal Officer 2   26,700
13,200                 Executive Secretary 2   15,300
12,240                  Executive Secretary 1   14,100
26,580                 Personnel Officer 6  25,560
23,880                  Personnel Officer 4   25,080
142,920                 Personnel Officer 3  (9) 188,580
34,272                  Forester 7   34,272
180,504                  Forester 6  (6) 187,128
29,004                  Forester 5   —
21,816                 Forester 3  (2) 38,808
188,688                  Forester 2  (3) 49,788
44,472                  Administrative Officer 4  26,178
112,680                  Administrative Officer 2 (6) 132,965
34,968                  Administrative Officer 1  (2) 41,304
19,524                 Audit Accountant 3   23,031
41,064                  Construction Accountant  (3) 50,017
30,300                 Forest Assistant 5  18,714
3,062,220                  Forest Assistant 4 (203) 3,536,290
1,335,180                 Forest Assistant 3  (117) 1,898,894
1,088,916                 Forest Assistant 2 (57) 858,426
520,752                 Technical Forest Officer 4 (23) 590,465
2,182,176                  Technical Forest Officer 3  (109) 2,472,245
965,448                 Technical Forest Officer 1  (67) 1,322,055
22,680                 Forest Protection Officer 4  26,699
23,472                 Forest Protection Officer 3   27,622
94,032                 Technical Assistant 4  (6) 111,272
59,136                 Technical Assistant 3 (4) 70,071
244,692                 Technical Assistant 2 (28) 433,837
21,120                 Technical Assistant 1 (5) 67,857
—                        Safety Officer 2  19,806
 H 154
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 109—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
12,096
12,408
25,464
12,096
152,142
225,804
(     31)
385,950
(   100)
1,111,464
(     35)
351,474
(       6)
56,424
(       1)
11,496
107,250
(     ID
121,680
(     10)
105,924
(     13)
132,768
(     ID
103,566
84,480
(       8)
111,984
(      2)
25,392
(   956)
14,184,162
151,813
71,436
(   956)
14,407,411
1,629,926
(04)
842,288
(10)
167,650
(20)
499,381
(30)
97,150
(35)
14,100
(40)
111,531
(50)
101,815
(60)
1,508,080
(62)
7,500
(75)
35,000
(80)
—
(90)
19,421,832
Staff
Labourer 1	
Machine Operator
Cook 2 	
Flunkey
-(2)
Minor Vessels Captain 1
Clerk 6 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Switchboard Operator 2	
Office Equipment Operator 3
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Stockman 6 	
Stockman 5	
Stockman 3 	
...(10)
...(16)
-(27)
-(130)
...(33)
--(14)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
14,396
14,760
29,884
14,396
21,470
179,132
266,906
402,510
1,746,721
395,769
157,140
12,497
-(9)
-(9)
-(13)
-(20)
-(7)
-(6)
-(7)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
(984)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministerial 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Other expenditure 	
127,840
121,738
157,828
241,461
78,951
103,781
117,331
15,085
17,010,436
304,818
300,381
(984)    17,615,635
200,565
978,000
181,400
498,681
97,150
13,100
98,181
101,815
1,508,080
7,500
35,000
2,800
21,337,907
 FORESTS
H 155
Vote 110
ENGINEERING SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM
Description
Provides professional  and  technical  support  services  as  they  relate  to  administrative
buildings, mechanical equipment, marine service, and communications within the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   107)      2,040,972
( 102)
( 83)
(     43)
3,743,630
1,031,304
1,415,074
1,599,488
(   381)      9,830,468
Activity
Staff
Engineering administration services (101)
Administrative buildings and
grounds  (89)
Mechanical services  (107)
Marine services  (47)
Communication services  (46)
Total vote
.(390)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
2,148,001
3,114,182
851,351
1,256,073
1,735,976
$
9,105,583
31,896
22,500
22,500
22,500
31,188
203,208
26,796
(
15)
313,368
29,004
52,308
(
3)
62,580
16,464
20,448
(
4)
77,988
(
1)
16,944
(
2)
34,428
(
1)
15,744
(
1)
20,448
(
1)
12,696
(
1)
14,676
25,464
(
4)
57,000
(
3)
36,348
(
4)
62,688
26,472
62,748
168,228
(
6)
94,680
(
4)
59,136
(
1)
13,332
91,866
36,144
40,080
(
6)
107,496
(
6)
104,832
16,944
(
27)
452,628
(
8)
129,792
(
3)
55,116
620,268
13,044
26,784
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4 	
Communications Technician 6 	
Mechanical Superintendent 4 	
Superintendent of Public Works 2
Engineer 6	
Engineer 5 	
Engineer 4 	
Engineer 3	
Forester 5 	
Forester 4 	
Forester 3 	
-(7)
-(H)
-(2)
Administrative Officer 4
Administrative Officer 1
Property Negotiator 4 ._
Property Negotiator 3 ..
Property Negotiator 2 ..
Programmer Analyst 3 ..
Programmer Analyst 2 _
Systems Analyst 3
 (6)
Construction Accountant
Forest Assistant 4 	
Forest Assistant 2 	
Official Scaler
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
Engineering Aide 3 	
Engineering Aide 2	
Engineering Assistant 	
Engineering Technician 5
Technician 4 	
Technician 3 	
Technician 2 	
Technician 1 	
Radio Operator 2 	
Radio Operator 1 	
Technical Assistant 4 	
Building Security Officer 1
Building Service Worker 2
Foreman of Works 1 	
Foreman Carpenter 2	
Foreman Carpenter 1	
Foreman Painter 1 	
Carpenter 	
Painter 	
Electrician 	
General Tradesman	
Gardener 2 	
 (5)
 (2)
 (3)
-(2)
-(3)
(9)
(7)
-(5)
-(6)
-(3)
1(2)
-(5)
-(4)
.(18)
-(9)
-(5)
-(37)
Building Maintenance Worker . (2)
34,296
24,588
24,588
24,588
31,188
203,028
26,796
236,712
29,004
53,592
22,692
26,178
20,338
24,098
114,686
33,656
35,216
30,249
15,515
85,898
28,960
52,916
31,095
57,872
73,932
199,265
128,633
82,517
107,793
43,033
14,643
47,258
105,276
82,557
20,027
356,527
172,643
108,463
732,858
15,488
31,810
 H 156
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 110—Continued
Estimated, 1977778
Staff $
42,240
156,192
18,132
( 3)
( 6)
( ID
( 26)
( 1)
( 21)
4)
4)
(  6)
(  10)
(   1)
(  6)
(  3)
2)
2)
(  2)
9)
4)
1)
2)
3)
( 42
( 381)
18,096
51,876
16,668
98,856
175,428
391,560
12,408
13,068
20,220
143,256
347,424
51,672
67,916
104,832
74,448
120,960
15,012
101,388
13,512
25,464
24,816
106,414
34,452
89,292
27,840
29,232
14,184
24,948
88,848
88,298
37,488
10,464
11,076
12,096
22,572
30,864
10,332
9,648
14,592
14,184
13,440
50,784
6,195,266
16,994
101,602
( 381)  6,313,862
1,834,816
286,000
22,750
32,500
5,000
10,700
4,998,460
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Mechanical Superintendent 3  (2) 49,757
Mechanical Superintendent 2 (8) 184,258
Mechanical Superintendent 1  21,418
Machinist   15,683
Mechanic 7   21,354
Mechanic 6  (5) 102,155
Mechanic 5   19,702
Mechanic 4  (5) 95,934
Mechanic 3  (20) 377,413
Mechanic 2  (31) 554,169
Mechanic 1   17,022
Mechanic's Helper  (2) 29,521
Assistant Mechanic _  15,515
Communications Technician 5   23,825
Communications Technician 4 . (8) 170,654
Communications Technician 3 —(25) 481,794
Communications Technician 2   19,325
Communications Technician 1   —
Utility Tradesman  (3) 59,419
Forest   Service   Maintenance   Depot
Foreman  (6) 123,832
Rough Carpenter   14,760
Labourer 1  (11) 158,362
Yardman    (2) 29,520
Foreman 1   —
Machine Operator 7  (7) 120,168
Machine Operator 4  16,035
Machine Operator 2 (2) 29,884
Cook 1  (2) 26,828
Minor Vessels Captain 2  22,185
Minor Vessels Captain 1 (5) 107,904
Minor Vessels Engineer 1   22,018
Cook Deckhand (2) 29,548
Launch Deckhand  (2) 27,362
Acting Launch Engineer (7) 105,764
Acting Launch Captain  (3) 49,549
Clerk 6   18,272
Clerk 5   15,956
Clerk 4  (3) 42,851
Clerk 3  (8) 108,071
Clerk 2  (12) 144,051
Clerk 1  (2) 22,224
Switchboard Operator 2  —
Radio and Teletype Operator  13,525
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3) 39,991
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2) 24,833
Clerk-Typist 2   11,925
Clerk-Typist 1   11,801
Stockman 6   17,296
Stockman 5   16,828
Stockman 4   15,956
Stockman 3  (6) 90,512
Isolation allowance
Other allowances —
(390)
7,341,597
26,538
164,950
(390)      7,533,085
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications —
Materials and supplies	
218,844
284,000
37,900
31,100
5,000
10,650
3,922,695
 FORESTS
H 157
110—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
1,280,000
175,000
672,380
443,500
505,500
6,750,000
(55)
(60)
(62)
(70)
(75)
(98)
9,830,468
Estimates, 1978/79
Motor-vehicles 	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministerial  	
Acquisition—land and buildings 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Intra-ministerial rental credits .(Credit)
930,000
322,720
303,099
213,000
673,490
5,380,000
9,105,583
Vote 111
PUBLIC INFORMATION SERVICES PROGRAM
Description
Provides for the dissemination of information concerning Ministry activities.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      15) 591,742
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
.(17) 649,614
(     15)
(     15)
29,004
18,780
51,432
14,700
16,668
15,672
29,568
14,184
21,672
11,076
10,824
233,580
3,282
236,862
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Forester 5
Public Information Officer 3 	
Public Information Officer 2 (3)
Public Information Officer 1 	
Technical Forest Officer 3 	
Photographer 4 	
Photographer 3 	
Photographer 2  (2)
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3  (2)
Clerk 2
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Other allowances
(17)
29,004
22,160
61,332
16,021
22,719
19,702
18,545
35,035
15,085
26,601
12,347
13,525
12,198
(17)
304,274
304,274
9,540
16,000
24,100
4,190
2,000
255,100
18,000
1,000
15,000
9,950
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(60)
(62)
(75)
(80)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Rentals—intra-ministerial 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
16,000
24,100
4,190
2,000
245,100
18,000
1,000
15,000
9,950
10,000
591,742
649,614
 H 158
Vote 112
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Description
Provides for the management of Crown timber resources and includes the measurement,
valuation, sale, and administration of timber resources and the administration of forest
recreation.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
24)
108)
59)
122)
9)
$
726,922
2,341,905
1,217,197
2,724,812
1,045,039
(   322)      8,055,875
Activity
Staff
Resource planning operations  (23)
Valuation services  (100)
Administration services (55)
Sale of Crown timber (148)
Recreation  (12)
Total vote
.(338)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
643,515
2,392,627
1,264,171
3,119,063
1,054,271
8,473,647
1)
2)
20)
36)
63)
3)
11)
2)
2)
1)
1)
7)
25)
14)
15)
2)
ID
10)
1)
9)
3)
15)
6)
9)
4)
1)
322)
31,500
26,796
68,544
124,752
574,380
939,576
1,378,134
51,792
28,224
19,560
171,864
37,932
17,484
42,672
136,148
17,484
19,524
109,380
368,444
188,398
185,292
38,520
194,820
163,788
16,660
15,672
14,784
115,560
123,552
42,552
188,208
144,972
61,930
18,738
67,752
94,494
41,496
9,168
17,484
5,908,030
45,484
101,990
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4 (2)
Engineer 4	
Forester 7 	
Forester
Forester
Forester
Forester
Forester
Economist 3 	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Audit Accountant 4 	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Programmer Analyst 2 _
Systems Analyst 4	
Forest Assistant 5	
Forest Assistant 4	
-(4)
-(21)
-(38)
-(64)
-(2)
-(4)
-(8)
 (12)
 (26)
Forest Assistant 3  (20)
Forest Assistant 2 (27)
Technical Forest Officer 3 (3)
Technical Forest Officer 2 (9)
Technical Forest Officer 1  (9)
Technician 1 	
Technical Assistant 4 	
Technical Assistant 3 	
Technical Assistant 2 	
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 .	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
-(8)
-(«)
-(5)
-(16)
-(13)
-(6)
-(2)
-(5)
-(8)
-(5)
Key-punch Operator 3
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
(338)
68,172
26,796
34,272
124,752
604,464
1,003,446
1,394,750
36,600
28,896
22,068
73,973
24,098
22,160
20,652
21,301
167,384
221,918
455,233
322,034
402,197
68,158
180,458
177,806
16,607
18,545
35,035
118,509
144,266
83,909
236,048
173,057
71,813
21,906
67,637
100,633
61,309
11,925
6,662,787
18,264
138,591
(   322)      6,055,504
(338)      6,819,642
 FORESTS
H 159
Vote 112—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
566,138 (04)
403,179 (10)
281,971 (20)
27,479 (30)
12,551 (35)
41,720 (40)
195,312 (50)
144,821 (60)
317,700 (62)
8,100 (70)
1,400 (75)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services .
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministerial 	
Acquisition—land and buildings	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
8,055,875
Estimates, 1978/79
$
217,572
365,034
181,971
42,570
10,132
55,570
262,172
109,718
386,116
20,000
3,150
8,473,647
 H 160
Vote 113
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
SPECIAL STUDIES PROGRAM
Description
To carry out studies to provide the Ministry with the information required for policy
planning, the evaluation of alternatives to assist in developing Ministry policy objectives, and
the evaluation of all Ministry programs.
To co-ordinate forest productivity activity and to provide the necessary interface between
the Ministry and the British Columbia Systems Corporation.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     18) 522,569
(     18) 522,569
Activity
Staff
 (16)
 (39)
Forest productivity operations (3)
Special studies costs
Systems services 	
Total vote  (58)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
524,491
788,124
463,471
1,776,086
1)
1)
1)
1)
(  18)
(  18)
31,896
26,796
31,188
54,516
25,512
24,576
50,880
24,576
23,064
16,464
20,430
13,614
21,672
19,512
384,696
4,873
389,569
15,000
100,000
2,000
3,000
8,000
1,000
1,000
3,000
522,569
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 3 	
Engineer 4 	
Forester 6 	
Forester 5 	
Forester 4 	
Biologist 4	
Economist 2  (2)
 (2)
 (3)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(60)
(62)
(90)
Research Officer 5	
Audit Accountant 5	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Programmer Analyst 2
Systems Analyst 4	
Systems Analyst 3	
Engineering Aide 2	
Rough Carpenter 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 2 	
-(3)
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
Office Equipment Operator 2
Office Equipment Operator 1
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(2)
-(2)
Data Processing Operator 3
Key-punch Operator 4	
Key-punch Operator 3 	
Other allowances
Travel expense
-(2)
-(2)
-(22)
C58)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministerial 	
Other expenditure	
34,296
32,160
26,796
30,672
58,008
80,256
60,474
28,896
27,140
51,812
49,692
44,750
13,719
29,521
16,828
23,220
11,418
11,677
26,737
11,418
23,987
14,396
28,116
285,823
1,021,812
8,200
(58)       1,030,012
50,000
446,225
38,900
3,000
1,000
8,084
183,765
15,000
100
1,776,086
 FORESTS
H 161
Vote 114
REFORESTATION PROGRAM
Description
To conduct the Reforestation-Silviculture Program, including program administration,
nursery development and operations, cone collection and seed extraction, seed orchard development and operation, site preparation, planting, development of access for silvicultural purposes, surveys and examinations, and stand tending and improvement. The program also includes an inmate work liaison program with the Provincial and Federal Corrections and work
projects with the Ministry of Human Resources.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
69)
52)
7)
(       2)
4,164,067
6,591,323
980,686
537,283
4,906,438
1,066,279
58,000
955,533
929,900
664,484
(   132)    20,853,993
Activity
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $                       $
Reforestation Program administration ..
 (154) 4,866,453
Nursery operations  (95) 7,171,568
Seed operations (14) 829,351
Cone collecting   257,134
Planting operations   5,024,862
Site preparation  601,676
Major reforestation access  54,070
Stand tending and improvement —(9) 215,770
Field surveys and examinations  (4) 682,736
Correction camp operations  (2) 133,622
Total vote  (278) 19,837,242
16)
9)
22)
12)
21)
1)
8)
14)
1)
1)
3)
2)
1)
132)
31,896
39,648
62,376
116,016
420,534
199,464
17,484
340,500
175,032
285,516
12,732
19,260
134,820
143,802
233,184
17,916
15,012
13,068
33,780
20,004
11,496
10,824
9,540
2,363,904
1,386
139,991
(   132)      2,505,281
6,924,297
496,600
5,670,197
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4
Agriculturist 3 	
Forester 6 	
Forester 5 	
Forester 4  	
Forester 3 	
-(2)
_(2)
-(4)
-(15)
-(10)
Administrative Officer 1	
Timekeeper  1   (6)
Forest Assistant 5  (26)
Forest Assistant 4 (36)
Forest Assistant 3  (67)
Forest Assistant 2  (52)
Technical Forest Officer 4	
Technical Forest Officer 3  (7)
Technical Forest Officer 2 (7)
Technical Forest Officer 1  (18)
Technician 2 	
Foreman Carpenter 2	
Foreman 2  (3)
Foreman  1    (3)
Machine Operator 2 	
Cook 1 	
Clerk  3   (4)
Clerk 2  .... (6)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances 	
(278)
(04)
(10)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
34,296
44,196
61,608
112,524
390,198
218,448
20,652
80,592
477,370
623,302
1,083,676
781,289
25,672
156,908
147,544
357,472
18,545
55,166
53,373
15,515
14,760
53,685
76,862
14,396
11,925
22,991
4,952,965
18,448
152,031
(278)      5,123,444
(20) Professional and special services
4,644,375
497,539
5,019,874
 H 162 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 114—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
34,000 (30) Office expense   105,900
14,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment   18,100
18,600 (40) Advertising and publications   33,500
2,004,328 (50) Materials and supplies   1,718,360
349,340 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   593,040
1,999,055 (62) Rentals—intra-ministerial     1,296,850
475,800 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   375,000
348,995 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 407,260
13,500 (90) Other expenditure   4,000
20,853,993 19,837,242
 FORESTS
H 163
Vote 115
RESEARCH PROGRAM
Description
Provides technology and information relating to forest reorganization and the regrowth
of acceptable tree crops.
Staff
( 15)
( 30)
(       3)
Estimated, 1977/78
$
195,545
645,145
1,296,069
628,865
34,376
(     55)      2,800,000
Activity
Research Program administration
Support services 	
Field operations
Staff
-(7)
-(23)
-(37)
Productivity operations 	
Secretariat,  British Columbia Research
Board 	
Total vote  (68)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
167,027
666,725
1,246,546
100,865
2,181,163
31,896
(
4)
123,144
(
5)
140,964
482,904
44,088
15,624
(
1)
17,886
16,944
(
7)
111,576
(
1)
14,868
(
1)
13,740
18,012
16,884
(
2)
26,646
13,332
12,732
12,096
14,184
11,934
(
2)
22,992
(
1)
10,704
(     55)
1,173,150
420
23,870
(     55)       1,197,440
695,020
167,675
468,250
13,750
1,600
6,000
100,000
8,265
90,000
52,000
2,800,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4  34,296
Forester 6  (3) 93,564
Forester 5  (4) 111,468
Forester 4  (19) 474,372
Forester 3  (2) 49,050
Biologist 1   16,242
Laboratory Scientist 3   24,676
Laboratory Scientist 2   —
Programmer Analyst 3   17,803
Forest Assistant 5  (8) 147,061
Forest Assistant 4 (4) 69,136
Forest Assistant 3  (4) 64,049
Forest Assistant 2 (5) 77,990
Technical Forest Officer 2  21,263
Technical Forest Officer 1   19,961
Laboratory Technician 3   17,608
Laboratory Technician 2  (3) 48,522
Technical Assistant 2   15,826
Machine Operator 4   16,035
Cook 2   15,124
Flunkey   14,396
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 4   14,577
Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,694
Clerk-Typist 2  (2) 23,979
(68) 1,417,520
Isolation allowance   2,280
Other allowances   8,216
(68)      1,428,016
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside  suppliers  	
(62) Rentals—intra-ministerial   	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
315,643
85,061
97,156
13,000
1,600
1,000
100,000
8,000
86,252
45,435
2,181,163
 H 164 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 116
FIRE SUPPRESSION PROGRAM
Description
Provides funding for the establishment and maintenance of an efficient fire control organization and for direct expenditures incurred in forest fire suppression, including air tanker
operations and facilities.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $                       $
9,202,000                            Total vote   7,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
450,000    (01) Salaries—established     378,000
400,000    (04) Salaries—temporary   645,000
— (10) Travel expense   19,000
3,872,000    (20) Professional and special services  1,964,000
— (30) Office expense   19,000
1,840,000    (50) Materials and supplies  1,500,000
1,900,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   1,900,000
50,000    (62) Rentals—intra-ministerial   20,000
— (70) Acquisition—land and buildings  400,000
190,000    (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 150,000
500,000    (90) Other expenditure  5,000
9,202,000 7,000,000
 FORESTS
H 165
Vote 117
FOREST PROTECTION PROGRAM
Description
Provides funding for the administration of the fire, insect, and disease-control organization
on forest and other nonurban lands, including the planning, research, development, and air-
servicing of these activities.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
44)
14)
2)
7)
1,352,500
673,884
178,000
1,354,000
3,536,000
703,000
2,076,488
226,128
(     81)    10,100,000
31,896
Activity
Staff
Protection Program administration (47)
Fuel management (12)
Fire prevention 	
Fire detection 	
Preparedness  (2)
Air services  (12)
Pest management  (3)
Planning, research, and development (8)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,371,768
591,137
166,000
1,243,000
3,637,002
708,837
2,092,800
291,825
Total vote
-(84)
(
1)
31,188
29,004
(
3)
79,746
44,508
47,448
(
5)
74,340
324,516
f
10)
190,764
(
2)
36,024
(
2)
32,172
178,080
(
8)
185,232
20,916
13,332
(
4)
54,048
15,528
(
2)
30,024
12,732
15,444
28,368
(
2)
21,408
10,944
22,020
(
2)
20,796
9,864
(
81)
1,560,342
4,509
622,073
(
81)
2,186,924
3,941,026
(04)
156,370
(10)
105,740
(20)
61,500
(30)
17,000
(35)
38,370
(40)
1,502,070
(50)
1,000,000
(60)
736,660
(62)
241,000
(70)
113,340
(75)
—
(90)
10,100,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4  34,296
Program Manager 2   28,776
Program Administrator 5   23,760
Forester 6   —
Forester 5   29,004
Forester 4 (4) 103,968
Forester 3  (2) 45,972
Forest Assistant 5  (3) 56,142
Forest Assistant 4  (6) 103,050
Forest Assistant 3   16,307
Technical Forest Officer 4 (15) 382,132
Technical Forest Officer 3 (11) 242,169
Technical Forest Officer 2   21,263
Technical Forest Officer 1   17,608
Forest Protection Officer 4  (7) 206,095
Forest Protection Officer 3  (7) 190,351
Technician 3   24,644
Technical Assistant 2   15,826
Snag Faller  (2) 32,070
Foreman 2  18,388
Foreman 1   17,790
Cook 2   15,124
Clerk 6   18,272
Clerk 5  (2) 33,657
Clerk 3   (3) 39,957
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2) 26,568
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 37,877
Clerk-Typist 2  12,497
Clerk-Typist 1   11,925
Stockman 3   15,085
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
(84)
1,834,969
6,364
558,401
(84) 2,399,734
Salaries—temporary   3,974,443
Travel expense   163,101
Professional and special services  514,435
Office expense  .  76,100
Office furniture and equipment  7,610
Advertising and publications   25,815
Materials and supplies   842,685
Rentals—outside suppliers    1,759,561
Rentals—intra-ministerial   265,365
Acquisition—land and buildings  39,000
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 29,000
Other expenditure  5,520
10,102,369
10,102,369
 H 166
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 118
INVENTORY PROGRAM
Description
To make and maintain the inventory of the forest resource on all Crown lands in the
Province; to provide detailed forest inventory maps and statistics by public sustained-yield units.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(      30)
(     37)
(     53)
$
779,838
1,332,350
3,887,812
(
120)
6,000,000
31,896
31,186
5)
141,528
16)
424,236
16)
338,228
24)
421,422
16,944
1)
19,524
1)
17,484
1)
15,816
2)
29,736
20,496
19,152
(
3)
50,004
(
5)
78,360
(
9)
130,920
14,784
(
1)
12,060
17,472
(
5)
72,420
15,528
(
2)
26,880
24,192
(
4)
45,012
(
8)
81,390
11,496
10,704
9,972
12,408
(
1)
11,496
14,184
13,440
(
120)
2,180,370
44,120
(
120)
2,224,490
2,778,160
156,500
27,500
88,100
4,500
417,550
121,200
134,000
48,000
6,000,000
Activity
Staff
Inventory Program administration (43)
Support services  (54)
Field operations  (82)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
862,089
1,596,935
3,846,186
Total vote  (179)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Forester 7 	
Forester 6 	
Forester 5  (6)
Forester 4  (14)
Forester 3  (10)
Forester 2  (35)
Administrative Officer 1 	
Programmer Analyst 4	
Programmer Analyst 3	
Forest Assistant 5 (2)
Forest Assistant 4 (9)
Forest Assistant 3  (5)
Forest Assistant 2 (9)
Technical Forest Officer 4	
Technical Forest Officer 2  (3)
Technician 2 	
Technician 1  (4)
Technical Assistant 4  (8)
Technical Assistant 3  (14)
Photographic Technician 4 	
Photographic Technician 2  (3)
Foreman Carpenter 1 	
Camp Construction Crewman  (9)
Foreman 2	
Cook 2 (3)
Clerk  5   (4)
Clerk 4  (2)
Clerk 3  (5)
Clerk 2  (17)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Key-punch Operator 4	
Key-punch Operator 3  (3)
Stockman 5 	
Stockman 4 	
Other allowances
(179)
34,296
31,188
171,816
375,144
209,580
607,404
20,027
37,428
155,881
80,359
133,602
25,164
63,790
22,590
78,811
142,928
238,606
17,517
43,073
20,638
154,502
18,388
45,374
65,310
28,779
67,275
207,726
13,694
12,770
11,925
14,760
39,854
16,828
15,956
3,222,983
181,725
(179) 3,404,708
(04) Salaries—temporary     1,234,307
(10) Travel expense   151,300
(20) Professional and special services  127,500
(30) Office expense   80,700
(35) Office furniture and equipment  7,600
(50) Materials and supplies   424,816
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   386,700
(62) Rentals—intra-ministerial    336,325
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 151,254
6,305,210
6,305,210
 FORESTS
H 167
Vote 119
SCALING PROGRAM
Description
To measure, as required under the Ministry of Forests Act, all timber cut on land within
the jurisdiction of the Legislature. These data, obtained impartially and to specified standards,
are used by the Ministry for collecting stumpage and royalty and controlling the cut of timber
from Crown land, and by industry for planning and regulating its own operations.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   112)      1,947,540
(   291)      7,852,460
(   403)      9,800,000
Activity
Administration
Operations 	
Staff
-(88)
-(403)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,884,557
9,365,290
Total vote
-(491)
11,249,847
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
( ID
( 1)
( 33)
( 135)
( 155)
15)
4)
(       1)
1)
2)
1)
(     22)
(   403)
(   403)
(01)
26,136
23,760
17,484
172,644
13,740
75,228
620,892
2,390,346
2,150,976
15,444
14,184
87,384
166,788
39,570
18,660
10,464
11,496
10,464
18,540
25,536
12,408
245,724
6,167,868
62,000
423,556
Salaries—established:
Program Manager 1
6,653,424
2,393,426
(04)
400,000
(10)
60,000
(30)
22,650
(35)
500
(40)
70,000
(50)
84,000
(60)
116,000
(62)
-(17)
Program Administrator 5 ..
Administrative Officer 2 ...
Programmer Analyst 3	
Forest Assistant 5 	
Forest Assistant 3 	
Forest Assistant 2 (6)
Technical Forest Officer 3 (27)
Technical Forest Officer 2 (165)
Official Scaler  (232)
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Office Equipment Operator 3 _.
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Data Processing Operator 7	
Data Processing Operator 3 	
Key-punch Operator 4 	
Key-punch Operator 3 	
-(7)
-(17)
-(9)
-(2)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
(491)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Rentals—intra-ministerial
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure 	
27,960
24,960
22,160
20,652
317,288
89,735
609,181
3,369,575
3,796,834
18,272
16,828
102,130
225,440
103,956
22,485
13,043
12,770
15,956
8,809,225
32,281
751,356
(491)      9,592,862
9,800,000
629,590
393,345
60,000
10,020
500
70,000
92,241
346,550
31,600
23,139
11,249,847
 H 168
Vote 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
RANGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Description
Provides management for the uses of Crown range resource, thereby ensuring compatibility
with other land uses, retaining and maintaining manageable units of range land and water,
sustaining forage yield, and providing satisfactory accommodation on available Crown range
for dependent livestock industry.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
177,422
(     29)      1,822,578
(     35)      2,000,000
Activity
Staff
Range Program administration  (6)
Regional range  (47)
Total vote
(53)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
265,128
2,024,443
2,289,571
( 4)
( 5)
( 1)
( 35)
29,400
28,116
95,742
99,024
331,500
74,340
12,696
11,496
20,676
702,990
7,262
(  35)   710,252
264,429
56,000
234,489
15,000
17,000
3,200
339,630
240,500
59,500
60,000
2,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4	
Forest Agrologist 6 	
Forest Agrologist 5  (4)
Forest Agrologist 4  (5)
Forest Agrologist 3  (16)
Forest Assistant 4  (20)
Forest Assistant 2 	
Clerk 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances 	
(53)
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense	
(20) Professional and special services 	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment 	
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(62) Rentals—intra-ministerial  	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
30,876
28,116
98,286
117,396
329,328
367,204
15,124
30,170
13,694
25,702
1,055,896
1,312
32,363
(53)      1,089,571
106,770
56,000
234,489
15,000
14,535
3,200
222,718
104,000
240,500
149,638
53,150
2,289,571
 FORESTS
H 169
Vote 121
FOREST DEVELOPMENT ROADS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
Description
Provides for the surveying, construction, and maintenance of a system of forest roads.
Some forest resource roads do provide for limited public access and under such instances
funding is provided by the Ministry of Highways and Public Works for both capital and maintenance.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     39)       1,412,147
(   120)      5,587,853
(   159)      7,000,000
Activity
Staff
Field engineering  (57)
Project operations  (116)
Total vote  (173)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,859,795
4,734,882
6,594,677
8)
3)
1)
1)
5)
10)
2)
8)
2)
(  15)
(  6)
3)
3)
5)
7)
8)
6)
15)
7)
6)
11)
4)
5)
2)
1)
2)
1)
2)
( 159)
58,008
171,564
65,484
26,310
50,340
10,464
14,868
16,356
67,512
124,200
28,116
196,896
41,832
273,360
96,540
13,848
36,288
42,516
82,740
112,308
124,224
90,072
217,260
99,204
83,088
148,632
52,752
63,660
25,464
12,408
24,192
13,920
22,992
2,507,418
10,886
95,040
(   159)      2,613,344
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)  Salaries—established:
Engineer 5  (2) 58,008
Engineer 3  (19) 376,440
Forester 3   —
Construction Accountant (2) 33,422
Timekeeper 2  (4) 60,181
Timekeeper 1     —
Forest Assistant 4  (2) 35,217
Forest Assistant 2  (2) 30,249
Technical Forest Officer 2  19,351
Engineering Aide 3  (3) 50,069
Engineering Aide 2  (8) 124,511
Engineering Assistant  (7) 123,354
Technician 4  (6) 167,273
Technician 3  (3) 73,934
Technician 2  (14) 300,083
Technician 1  (12) 227,149
Carpenter   19,806
Mechanic 3   18,869
Bridgeman 3   17,165
Bridgeman 2   16,424
Labourer 1  (2) 28,793
Powderman 2   16,815
Foreman 4 (6) 117,437
Foreman 3 (10) 189,877
Foreman 2 (11) 202,283
Foreman 1  (8) 142,329
Machine Operator 7  (20) 343,339
Machine Operator 6 (2) 33,630
Machine Operator 5  (8) 134,058
Machine Operator 4 (10) 160,354
Machine Operator 3  (2) 31,316
Machine Operator 2 (3) 45,374
Cook 2  15,124
Cook 1   —
Flunkey    —
Acting Launch Captain   —
Clerk 3   —
Isolation allowance
Other allowances ...
(173)
3,212,234
12,712
208,129
(173)      3,433,075
1,205,522 (04)
343,045 (10)
4,800 (20)
4,300 (30)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
421,891
428,588
3,400
 H 170 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 121—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
Office furniture and equipment  2,085
Advertising and publications   3,500
Materials and supplies   965,000
Rentals—outside suppliers   461,913
Rentals—intra-ministerial   651,725
Acquisition—land and buildings  100,000
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 123,500
1,000
(35)
4,500
(40)
875,000
(50)
288,489
(60)
1,200,000
(62)
100,000
(70)
360,000
(75)
7,000,000
6,594,677
 FORESTS
H 171
Vote 122
RESERVOIR WATERWAY IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
Description
Provides for the salvage of merchantable timber and the disposal of debris from pondage
areas.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     35)      2,500,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
...(38) 5,973,966
1)
6)
(       2)
(       1)
2)
3)
1)
2)
5)
1)
4)
1)
(       2)
(     35)
(     35)
14,184
70,944
26,664
19,152
31,896
45,180
16,764
32,088
77,640
15,012
57,936
14,172
27,024
12,732
12,408
24,192
497,988
7,104
9,124
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Construction Accountant  (2)
Timekeeper 2  (2)
Timekeeper  1   (3)
Engineering Aide 2   	
Engineering Aide 1  (2)
Technician 3 	
Technician 2  (2)
Technician 1  (2)
Mechanic 3    (3)
Mechanic 2 	
Utility Tradesman 	
Labourer 1  (2)
Foreman 4 	
Foreman 3  . (3)
Foreman 2 (2)
Foreman 1  (2)
Machine Operator 7 	
Machine Operator 6	
Machine Operator 4 (2)
Machine Operator 2 (2)
Cook 2	
Cook 1 	
Flunkey   (4)
(ii) ~
Isolation allowance 	
Other allowances 	
31,889
28,950
39,640
26,636
20,822
39,198
35,114
59,851
30,432
20,691
60,202
38,886
37,611
18,142
33,892
31,967
15,984
15,606
60,865
646,378
98,000
106,920
514,216
(38)
851,298
1,003,963 (04)  Salaries—temporary   745,000
37,500 (10) Travel expense   28,000
— (20) Professional and special services  2,510,000
9,000 (30) Office expense   27,500
1,000 (35)  Office furniture and equipment  3,500
500 (40) Advertising and publications  6,500
350,000 (50) Materials and supplies   381,500
381,620 (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers   1,378,668
33,142 (62) Rentals—intra-ministerial    16,000
120,000 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   2,000
49,059 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 24,000
2,500,000
5,973,966
 H 172 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 123
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
1,689,621 Total vote   3,878,928
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,689,621    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       3,878,928
Vote 124
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
535,000 Total vote   1,682,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
535,000    (25) Data systems and processing        1,682,000
 HEALTH
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
H 173
Estimated,
1977/78
107,670
1,414,550
2,870,519
30,107,153
16,128,032
8,289,340
6,774,020
63,980
615,621,231
53,348,911
3,106,101
7,041,544
207,300,000
20,923,537
16,568,461
168,000
989,833,049
8,331,533
981,501,516
Vote
No.
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
Summary
Minister's Office 	
Administration and Support Services
Community Health Programs—
Branch Support Services 	
Public Health Programs 	
Mental Health Programs	
Special Health Services
Other Health Care Expenditures
Office of the Deputy Minister of Medical and Hospital Programs 	
Hospital Programs 	
Government Institutions
Forensic Psychiatric Services 	
Alcohol and Drug Commission
Medical Services Commission ...
Emergency Health Services	
Long-term Care Program
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges
Estimates,
1978/79
$
139,851
2,629,019
3,339,570
34,622,592
17,863,005
9,856,065
6,281,860
609,588,881
61,134,726
4,136,440
10,619,966
211,613,000
24,775,037
120,457,272
31,593,289
7,700,983
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry 	
1,156,351,556
1,156,351,556
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 174 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 125
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Health, including his salary and expenses and
those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       6) 107,670 Total vote (7) 139,851
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
24,000                 Minister of Health  24,000
19,500                 Ministerial Executive Assistant  19,500
15,750                 Secretary to Minister  16,836
—                        Administrative Assistant to Minister .. 19,500
12,096                 Clerk-Stenographer 4  14,396
11,352                 Clerk-Stenographer 3  13,694
9,972                 Clerk-Stenographer 2  11,925
(       6)           92,670                                                                             (7) 119,851
11,000 (10) Travel expense  15,000
3,000 (30) Office expense  4,000
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,000
107,670 139,851
 HEALTH H 175
Vote 126
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
Deputy Minister's office—Provides executive direction for the Ministry of Health.
Planning and support services—Provides planning and policy analysis services for the Ministry of Health. Staff includes specialists in research, planning standards, and program development who report directly to the Deputy Minister.
Health education and information—Responsible for the planning and implementation of
information programs for the public, the operation of health education programs in the field,
the issue of press releases for all media and back-up publicity for specific campaigns (e.g.,
immunization and venereal disease). Also provides audio-visual services for all branches of the
Ministry of Health.
Central Stores—Provides for the distribution of supplies to various divisions of the Ministry
of Health.
Management engineering—Provides management services to evaluate existing and proposed
operations as a means of achieving the optimal utilization of the resources available to the
Ministry of Health and to its external agencies.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $                       $
(       2)           65,210              Deputy Minister's office  (6) 207,206
365,824              Planning and support services  (8) 623,238
(     17)         720,600 Health education and information (20) 1,155,207
(     12)         262,916              Central Stores  (14) 331,043
—                    Management engineering (7) 312,325
(     39)      1,414,550 Total vote (55) 2,629,019
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
44,160 Deputy Minister  46,560
— Associate Deputy Minister  40,920
(       1)           13,050 Executive Secretary 2 .... (3) 43,224
Medical Specialist Administrator 3 ....
(       2)           87,216                       (3) 144,396
— Program Manager 5   37,488
(       1)           31,896 Program Manager 4  —
30,600 Program Manager 3   32,160
30,300 Program Manager 2   27,600
27,600 Personnel Officer 6    28,980
21,420 Research Officer 5  25,229
(       6)          133,596 Research Officer 3  (5) 115,564
— Public Information Officer 3   22,160
(        2)            39,972 Public Information Officer 2  (3) 58,471
(       3)           45,072 Public Information Officer 1   —
16,944 Supervisor of Stores 1   17,309
— Systems Analyst 5   28,182
— Systems Analyst 4  (5) 125,110
(       1)            14,784 Engineering Aide 3  (2) 32,550
14,784 Photographic Technician 4  17,517
24,156 Photographic Technician 3  (2) 28,754
— Photographer 2   16,216
— Communications Technician 3   18,960
11,496 Clerk 3  13,694
— Clerk 2 (3) 35,802
34,512 Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3) 41,836
10,944 Clerk-Stenographer 3     12,906
(       3)           30,216 Clerk-Typist 2  (5) 61,070
13,440 Stockman 4  15,956
49,896 Stockman 3   (4) 60,017
11,496 Stockman 2   14,018
(     39)         737,550                                                                       (55)      1,162,649
— Other allowances  19,370
(     39) 737,550 (55)      1,182,019
 H 176 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 126—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
4,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   31,000
32,000 (10) Travel expense  72,000
153,000 (20) Professional and special services  382,000
20,000 (30) Office expense   27,000
13,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  27,000
169,000 (40) Advertising and publications  299,000
230,000 (50) Materials and supplies  550,000
2,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  9,000
34,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 50,000
20,000 (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies   —
1,414,550 2,629,019
 HEALTH
H  177
Vote 127
BRANCH SUPPORT SERVICES
Community Health Programs
Administrative services—Provides administrative support for Community Health Programs.
Personnel Division—Provides personnel service for Community Health Programs.
Vital Statistics—Provides statistical services, including the registration and certification of
births, marriages, divorces, deaths, and changes of name for the Province of British Columbia.
Accounting Division—Provides financial services for Community Health Programs and
mechanical inspection services for a number of ministries.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      7) 146,158
585,292
1,487,197
(     43) 651,872
(   168)      2,870,519
Activity
Staff
Administrative services  (5)
Personnel Division  (15)
Vital Statistics  (103)
Accounting Division  (46)
Total vote  (169)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
97,223
638,097
1,787,699
816,551
3,339,570
( 1)
( 1)
( 1)
( 1)
(       1)
2)
3)
(       2)
( 8)
( 24)
( 2)
( 3)
(    20)
(     17)
(       6)
43,080
13,200
33,396
31,900
27,600
22,200
26,040
55,380
18,060
12,540
14,628
48,048
46,944
41,892
53,214
23,952
37,560
21,336
19,524
54,396
16,668
75,516
125,574
162,357
266,852
223,632
18,432
10,704
10,086
34,674
32,592
31,140
208,002
160,236
10,704
19,944
16,020
13,440
12,408
68,688
-(2)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister	
Executive Secretary 2 	
Program Manager 5 	
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 1 	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Personnel Officer 2 	
Personnel Officer 1 	
Medical Coder 	
Research Officer 5 	
Research Officer 4 	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2 	
-(3)
Administrative Officer 5
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Audit Accountant 4
-(2)
(2)
-(3)
-(2)
Mechanical Superintendent 2	
Mechanical Superintendent 1  (3)
Mechanic 5 	
Mechanic 2	
Clerk 6  (5)
Clerk 5  (7)
Clerk 4  (13)
Clerk 3  (28)
Clerk 2  (22)
Clerk 1 	
Microfilm Operator 2	
Microfilm Operator 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 ...
Clerk-Stenographer 3 ...
Clerk-Stenographer 2 ...
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist  1  	
Coder Supervisor
-(4)
-(3)
-(3)
-(21)
-(16)
Coder    (2)
Data Processing Operator 5	
Data Processing Operator 3 	
Key-punch Operator 4	
Key-punch Operator 3  (8)
75,492
31,296
22,200
27,360
58,800
18,510
16,212
57,794
55,245
74,057
42,214
28,182
24,098
22,160
25,138
23,031
64,258
19,702
17,842
89,435
115,120
192,731
378,633
269,562
11,098
12,770
11,547
58,664
39,299
37,739
262,793
181,911
12,770
22,914
18,960
15,956
14,760
106,512
 H 178 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Key-punch Operator 2   —
Stockman 3     15,085
(169) 2,571,850
Isolation allowance   120
Other allowances   11,100
Vote 127-
—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
(       2)
19,944
12,696
(   168)
2,195,199
120
1,200
(   168)
2,196,519
40,000
(04)
36,000
(07)
171,000
(10)
10,500
(20)
64,000
(30)
19,500
(35)
15,000
(40)
18,000
(50)
50,000
(60)
250,000
(80)
2,870,519
(169)      2,583,070
Salaries—temporary   45,500
Fees and allowances—boards, courts  65,000
Travel expense  180,000
Professional and special services  11,000
Office expense   82,000
Office furniture and equipment   30,000
Advertising and publications  22,000
Materials and supplies   33,000
Rentals—outside suppliers   38,000
Grants, contributions, and subsidies —.. 250,000
3,339,570
 HEALTH
H 179
Vote 128
PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS
Community Health Programs
Description
Executive and clerical support—Provides executive direction for Public Health Programs.
Field administration—Provides administrative direction for the Ministry's local health
units.   Costs include the salaries of all Health Unit Directors and clerical staff.
Public health nursing—Provides community health services in which public health nurses
deliver direct health care to all persons, including maternal and child health services, school
health, adult care, geriatrics, epidemiology, rehabilitation, preventive mental health and communicable disease control.
Public health inspection—Plans, organizes, and co-ordinates a public health inspection
program in Provincial health units throughout British Columbia. The Division reviews and
helps prepare health legislation.
Home Care Program—Provides for a variety of personal health and supportive services in
the home required to help those persons with health or social needs relative to physical or
emotional illness. This includes services to those persons who may be discharged early from
acute-care hospitals.
Speech and hearing service—Provides direct specialist services designed to reduce the
number of children and adults handicapped by a communication disorder. Specific activities
include hearing and speech assessment, treatment and therapy, counselling, hearing-aid evaluation, selection, and fitting.
Community nutrition—Responsible for planning, implementation, and evaluation of an
applied nutrition program at the Provincial health unit level. Programs include in-service
education of public health staff, workshops for groups, individual counselling of high-risk
persons, and production of nutrition educational materials.
Environmental engineering—Provides consulting services to the Provincial health units
and to municipal officials respecting drinking-water supplies, swimming-pool operation, sewage
disposal, and solid wastes; the Division administers legislation relating to these areas.
Dental health services—Provides dental health services throughout the Province, such as
programs in schools and communities without a resident dentist.
Epidemiology—Provides for the costs of biological and medical supplies for the Ministry's
communicable disease program.
Grants—Provides grants for the delivery of public health services to the Capital Regional
District and municipalities in Greater Vancouver.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
9)
199)
350)
97)
100)
11)
14)
$
302,250
4,034,679
7,626,872
1,891,260
7,669,608
3,546,882
257,224
373,196
1,216,182
275,000
2,914,000
(   932)    30,107,153
Activity
Staff
Executive and clerical support  (10)
Field administration  (251)
Public health nursing  (398)
Public health inspection  (97)
Home Care Program  (225)
Speech and hearing service  (101)
Community nutrition  (15)
Environmental engineering  (13)
Dental health services  (55)
Epidemiology  	
G rants 	
Total vote  (1,165)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
312,106
4,802,048
8,076,442
2,208,249
8,268,317
4,535,608
369,098
357,526
1,366,198
742,000
3,585,000
34,622,592
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
43,608 Associate Deputy Minister  48,132
11,940 Executive Secretary 1   14,100
Medical Specialist Administrator 3 	
87,216  (2) 96,264
Medical Specialist Administrator 2	
688,236  (17) 741,936
 H 180 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Director of Dental Health Services  41,400
Medical Officer 4   38,748
Medical Officer 3  (4) 140,640
Program Manager 4  34,164
Program Manager 3   32,160
Program Manager 2  (2) 54,720
Program Manager 1   24,780
Program Administrator 4  (2) 46,320
Program Administrator 3   21,300
Nutritionist 4   —
Community Nurse 7 _  (4) 101,070
Community Nurse 6  (6) 145,002
Community Nurse 5  (11) 252,396
Community Nurse 4  (42) 872,898
Community Nurse 3  (322) 5,947,019
Community Nurse 2  (179) 2,991,151
Dental Officer 4   38,196
Dental Officer 3  (6) 207,744
Engineer 6   31,188
Engineer 4  (9) 239,394
Physiotherapist 5    23,556
Physiotherapist  2   (17) 259,632
Nutritionist  3    (2) 44,203
Nutritionist  2   (11) 215,380
Speech Therapist 3  (4) 91,582
Speech Therapist 2  (66) 1,311,541
Dental Hygienist 3   24,670
Dental Hygienist 2  (2) 36,764
Dental Hygienist 1  (13) 226,024
Dental Assistant 2 (14) 195,513
Dental Assistant 1  (16) 202,193
Administrative Officer 2   22,160
Administrative  Officer  1    17,803
Health Unit Aide  (34) 388,232
Laboratory Assistant 2   ..(18) 244,122
Laboratory Assistant 1   —
Laboratory Technician 3   17,608
Public Health Inspector 3  (18) 396,324
Public Health Inspector 2  (75) 1,476,486
Public Health Inspector 1   —
Technician 1   —
Technical Assistant 4   15,826
Health Care Worker 2   14,200
Communications Technician 5   21,418
Communications Technician 3  (2) 35,971
Clerk 6   18,031
Clerk  5   (5) 82,400
Clerk  4   (11) 165,068
Clerk  3    (40) 540,102
Clerk 2  (113) 1,370,954
Clerk-Stenographer 5  (2) 30,171
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3) 41,945
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (21) 283,626
Clerk-Stenographer   2    (15) 189,946
Clerk-Typist  2   (38) 468,219
Vote 128
—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
38,340
(
5)
153,852
31,896
30,600
57,480
(
1)
22,080
(
2)
37,620
(
1)
22,080
92,832
(
17)
360,498
(
51)
900,276
(
310)
5,174,232
(
44)
673,410
38,196
209,604
31,188
236,664
23,556
(
15)
223,668
36,504
(
7)
120,696
77,172
(
67)
1,137,834
20,940
30,576
(
11)
163,194
165,084
(
18)
187,896
18,780
(
19)
191,976
14,868
335,664
(
64)
1,077,912
(
12)
173,688
(
3)
45,456
14,802
(
3)
42,552
(
12)
150,702
(
36)
403,188
(
(
69)
32)
707,123
25,392
35,688
234,288
159,818
321,036
(   932)    15,081,901 (1,165)    20,632,392
57,452 Isolation allowance    85,100
230,000 Other allowances          414,100
(   932)     15,369,353 (1,165)    21,131,592
3,666,000 (04) Salaries—temporary    493,000
1,109,800 (10) Travel expense   1,215,000
309,000 (20) Professional and special services  278,000
141,000 (30) Office expense   193,000
 HEALTH
H 181
Vote 128—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
166,000
(35)
2,000
(40)
967,000
(50)
240,000
(55)
3,000
(60)
1,970,000
(75)
6,164,000
(80)
30,107,153
Office furniture and equipment 	
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles   	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies ._       7,284,000
Estimates, 1978/79
$
137,000
18,000
3,566,000
148,000
11,000
148,000
34,622,592
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Vote 129
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
Community Health Programs
Description
Executive and clerical support—Provides executive direction for mental health programs.
Mental health centres—Provide for diagnostic and consultative services to persons with
emotional disorders; the development and implementation of a wide variety of community-
oriented preventive programs in the mental health field.
Boarding-home Program—Provides specialized adult residential care supervised by mental
health staff for mentally disordered persons in the community.
British Columbia Youth Development Centre—Operates a family and children's clinic, a
psychological education clinic for working with children within the school system, and a
residential treatment centre for adolescents with psychological, social, and learning problems.
Burnaby Psychiatric Services—Provides mental health services for adults and children
resident in Burnaby. Specialized resources include a children's out-patient and day program,
two adult day programs, and a 25-bed short-stay psychiatric in-patient unit.
Grants—Provides grants to various mental health agencies.
Estimated, 1911/1%
Staff $
(     18) 468,300
(   195)      4,892,236
(     24) 686,496
185)
121)
3,401,208
2,321,792
4,358,000
(   543)    16,128,032
Activity
Staff
Executive and clerical support  (25)
Mental health centres (201)
Boarding-home Program (23)
British  Columbia  Youth  Development
Centre  (148)
Burnaby Psychiatric Services (106)
Grants 	
Total vote  (503)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
612,002
7,016,684
514,502
3,121,590
2,226,077
4,372,150
17,863,005
35,892
87,216
(
30)
1,211,142
(
2)
75,072
30,600
(
2)
57,240
26,076
12,240
(
2)
31,680
(
25)
482,994
(
3)
53,676
(
7)
114,924
(
56)
811,338
20,208
18,144
17,868
(
9)
159,532
24,576
19,560
20,940
(
1)
18,972
(
7)
125,100
260,088
(
61)
895,668
55,740
(
30)
749,760
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister   38,652
Medical Specialist Administrator 3 —.
 ( 2 ) 91,728
Medical Specialist Administrator 2	
 (17) 636,185
Medical Officer 4  —
Program Manager 3   32,160
Program Manager 2  (4) 109,440
Program Manager 1   27,960
Executive Secretary 1   14,100
Nurse 2  —
Nurse 1   16,788
Community Nurse 5 (26) 542,628
Community Nurse 4 (2) 42,456
Community Nurse 3  (6) 114,600
Community Nurse 2 (47) 794,250
Pharmacist 2   20,208
Pharmacist 1   19,104
Laboratory Scientist 2   21,107
Teacher 6b   28,177
Teacher 5a  (8) 156,716
Research Officer 5   28,896
Research Officer 3   22,068
Child Care Counsellor 7   24,670
Child Care Counsellor 6  (2) 44,763
Child Care Counsellor 5  (6) 126,384
Child Care Counsellor 4  (16) 308,039
Child Care Counsellor 2 (42) 766,448
Psychologist 5  (2) 66,598
Psychologist 4  (37) 1,055,840
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H 183
Vote 129-
—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
3)
70,350
13)
263,472
48,048
28)
566,176
5)
102,828
35)
616,836
3)
53,064
8)
99,996
(
2)
31,056
35,760
77,400
20,448
16,944
20,448
13,248
(
19)
225,264
13,032
12,576
(
3)
33,048
(
6)
69,552
13,212
25,032
47,952
(
4)
44,064
(
16)
193,836
14,760
(
2)
26,076
(
1)
13,188
(
1)
13,188
24,792
34,488
(
4)
39,948
95,616
(
38)
424,752
(
17)
175,728
(
30)
309,996
19,332
13,440
11,634
(   543)
9,346,826
12.000
180,206
(   543)      9,539,032
911,500
369,375
299,000
60,000
68,125
8,000
463.000
30,000
12,000
4,368,000
16,128,032
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Psychologist 3  (2) 51,929
Psychologist 2  (11) 278,435
Psychiatric Social Worker 7  (2) 56,518
Psychiatric Social Worker 5  (2) 49,341
Psychiatric Social Worker 4  (48) 1,035,281
Psychiatric Social Worker 3  (39) 840,543
Psychiatric Social Worker 2  —
Case Aide  (7) 108,944
Speech Therapist 2   18,648
Speech Therapist 1   —
Occupational Therapist 2 (2) 42,240
Occupational Therapist 1  (5) 85,912
Administrative Officer 4  26,178
Administrative Officer 2  20,664
Systems Analyst 3  24,098
Medical Records Librarian 1   16,157
Building Maintenance Worker 2..(15) 211,359
Building Service Worker 4  15,475
Building Service Worker 3  14,955
Ward Assistant (second year)  (7) 92,036
Ward Assistant (first year)   —
Food Service Worker 1  (5) 69,055
Cook 3   15,683
Cook 2 (2) 29,754
Cook 1  (4) 57,064
Waitress (first year)   —
Health Care Worker 2  (14) 205,372
Activity Worker 5  17,490
Activity Worker 3  15,670
Truck or Bus Driver (2) 31,314
Driver   —
Clerk 4 (2) 29,846
Clerk 3  (3) 41,082
Clerk 2 (5) 60,835
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (8) 113,619
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (39) 543,519
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (12) 152,926
Clerk-Typist 2  (24) 290,792
Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 23,025
Stockman 4   15,956
Stockman 2   14,207
Isolation allowance
Other allowances 	
(503)
9,865,887
12,000
201,568
(503)    10,079,455
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(75)
(80)
(90)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment 	
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles   .. 	
Acquisition.—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 	
Other expenditure 	
278,300
319,000
2,186,000
57,000
42,000
5,000
468,100
28,000
13,000
4,381,150
6,000
17,863,005
 H 184 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 130
SPECIAL HEALTH SERVICES
Community Health Programs
Description
Executive and clerical support—Provides executive direction for Special Health Services.
Pharmacy and Maintenance Health Building—Provides for the distribution of drugs and for
the maintenance of the Provincial Health Building.
Division of Laboratories—Provides high-standard laboratory service for the diagnosis and
control of communicable disease and the amelioration of the environment.
Venereal disease control—Provides for a central control service for the interchange of
information for patients with venereal disease and their contacts between Provincial health
units, other provinces, and other countries; operates a main clinic in Vancouver and provides
policy procedures for the control of these infections throughout the Province.
Medical supply services—Provides for a kidney-failure correction program by operating a
warehouse and service department to provide equipment and supplies for patients with end-
stage renal failure who are on haemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis.
Aid to handicapped—Provides rehabilitative medical services and vocational training to
those who suffer a physical, mental, or social handicap which prevents their seeking and obtaining gainful employment.
Tuberculosis control—Responsible for correlating and directing all phases of tuberculosis
treatment and prevention in British Columbia. This Division provides a Province-wide mass
chest X-ray and tuberculin testing program and supervises the distribution of free antituberculosis drugs.
Occupational health—Provides medical consultation, examination, and medical advice for
employees of the Provincial Government and medical industrial occupation consultation to
various Crown corporations and private industries. Other services include an alcoholism treatment program for public servants and a radiation protection service.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
142,952             Executive and clerical support (8) 172,663
Pharmacy    and    Maintenance    Health
192,216                  Building  (13) 239,232
2,692,290             Division of Laboratories (138) 3,137,396
487,662             Venereal disease control  (25) 557,798
(      12)          768,244               Medical supply service (10) 1,378,399
1,612,078              Aid to the handicapped . (25) 1,695,272
1,720,236             Tuberculosis control (75) 1,928,195
673,662             Occupational health (24) 747,110
(   320)      8,289,340 Total vote  (318) 9,856,065
(
10)
411,732
36,708
(
3)
112,608
(
5)
165,132
27,048
52,140
(
2)
26,064
(
1)
19,296
(
1)
17,256
40,356
130,224
(
3)
49,782
148,122
(
3)
45,612
20,208
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Medical Specialist Administrator 3	
218,040  (5) 240,660
Medical Specialist Administrator 2	
 (11) 509,760
Medical Specialist Administrator 1   41,232
Medical Officer 4  42,060
Medical Officer 3  (6) 218,076
Medical Officer 2  22,068
Program Manager 1 (2) 55,920
Nurse 1   —
Public Health Nurse 2	
Public Health Nurse 1
Community Nurse 5  (2) 45,432
Community Nurse 4 (7) 145,392
Community Nurse 3  (7) 142,668
Community Nurse 2  (10) 167,705
Community Nurse 1  (4) 64,364
Pharmacist 2   20,208
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H 185
Vote 130—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(       5)
(       3)
(       3)
(     51)
(       4)
(       1)
9)
4)
1)
1)
(     27)
(       9)
(     14)
8)
1)
2)
(   320)
164,304
104,376
242,028
23,472
59,244
17,088
17,880
150,816
72,756
27,588
17,880
47,304
29,112
37,224
21,888
23,868
28,368
23,196
31,632
673,812
54,624
16,356
45,864
15,672
12,576
106,704
44,064
12,312
335,172
11,328
26,784
13,188
12,408
13,188
12,552
23,568
91,272
277,878
25,392
58,308
99,612
53,508
143,928
85,956
13,440
25,392
23,730
4,988,940
1,000
8,500
(   320)      4,998,440
305,000
127,900
972,000
81,000
30,000
1,036,000
10,000
4,000
275,000
450,000
8,289,340
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(75)
(80)
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Laboratory Scientist 4 (7) 190,968
Laboratory Scientist 3  (6) 140,743
Laboratory Scientist 2 (14) 289,588
Research Officer 4   27,622
Research Officer 3  (2) 46,336
Research Officer 2   18,492
Social Worker 2   21,119
Rehabilitation Consultant  (8) 176,182
Rehabilitation Officer 2  (5) 86,549
Recreational Consultant 2  21,821
Epidemiology Worker (2) 33,845
Medical Technologist 4  21,119
Medical Technologist 3  (3) 55,986
Medical Technologist 2 (2) 32,369
X-ray Assistant 2 (2) 29,521
Administrative Officer 5   24,098
Medical Records Technician (2) 28,416
Medical Records Librarian 1 (2) 31,913
Laboratory Assistant 2 (2) 28,422
Laboratory Technician 4 (2) 36,570
Laboratory Technician 2 (53) 855,515
Laboratory Technician 1   —
Technical Adviser, Radiological Services   19,351
Radiation Inspection Technician (3) 54,309
Engineering Assistant (2) 34,124
Building Service Worker 3  14,955
Building Service Worker 1 (10) 141,100
Cleaning Assistant (second year) (3) 39,443
Animal Attendant  14,643
Laboratory Aide  (31) 399,939
Practical Licensed Nurse  —
Building Maintenance Worker (2) 31,808
Truck or Bus Driver  —
Driver   14,760
Mobile X-ray Unit Operator  15,657
Clerk 5  16,828
Clerk 4 (2) 28,784
Clerk 3 (8) 109,216
Clerk 2 (28) 343,978
Clerk-Stenographer 5  (2) 30,170
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (5) 70,239
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (10) 133,132
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (5) 63,826
Clerk-Typist 2  (13) 161,397
Clerk-Typist 1  (9) 102,524
Stockman 4   —
Stockman 3   14,922
Stockman 2  (2) 27,921
(318) 5,795,765
Isolation allowance  1,000
Other allowances   39,300
(318)      5,836,065
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment _
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles 	
Rentals—outside suppliers
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
328,000
152,000
1,078,000
97,000
39,000
12,000
1,534,000
28,000
6,000
276,000
470,000
9,856,065
 H 186
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 131
OTHER HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURES
Community Health Programs
Description
Community Care Licensing Boards—Provide consultative services to the field staff of the
Ministries of Health and Human Resources and maintains a register of qualified day care
supervisors. The two Boards (Adult Care and Child Care) also administer legislation, assess
the need for additional and improved personal and intermediate care and child care facilities.
Hearing-aid Regulation Act—Provides for the registration and licensing of hearing-aid
dealers and consultants, and for the examination of these persons.
Development of alternate care facilities—Provides for payment of special programs involving costly items such as drugs, oxygen, and mercy flights.
Grants, health care agencies—Provides for grants to assist various health agencies, operating throughout the Province, in the implementation of effective health services.
Community health centre development—Provides integrated services of the Ministries of
Health and Human Resources for selected centres in the Province.
Grants-in-aid of special care homes—Provides for grants to community-sponsored nonprofit societies for the purpose of creating self-contained housing accommodation for elderly
citizens.
Activity
Staff
Estimated, 1977/78
$
151,688
25,000
75,000
559,000
2,798,000
(       1)
1,165,332
2,000,000
(       9)      6,774,020
Staff
Community Care Licensing Boards ..(8)
Hearing-aid Regulation Act  (1)
Training in the expanded role of nurses
Development of alternate care facilities
Grants, health care agencies 	
Community health centre development
-(2)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
179,524
26,046
1,003,000
3,244,000
829,290
Grants-in-aid of special care homes        1,000,000
Total vote  (11) 6,281,860
(       9)
(       9)
19,914
22,236
18,648
18.504
18,972
11,934
30,876
141,084
840
141,924
79,096
21,000
34,000
147,000
4,000
3,000
3,000
81,000
7,000
6,253,000
6,774,020
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 1 	
Administrative Officer 5 	
Hospitals and Consultant Inspector 2
Public Health Inspector 3 	
Community Nurse 4	
Social Worker 3 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(3)
Other allowances
(11)
(11)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(07) Fees and allowances-
(10) Travel expense
-boards, courts
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
26,458
26,178
22,018
20,910
20,157
15,211
14,396
13,546
35,802
194,676
2,968
(80)  Grants, contributions, and subsidies
197,644
37,716
17,500
40,000
508,000
4,000
3,000
1,000
106,000
50,000
5,317,000
6,281,860
 HEALTH
H 187
OFFICE OF DEPUTY MINISTER
Medical and Hospital Programs
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       2) 63,980
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1)
1)
(       2)
43,080
13,200
56,280
3,200
2,000
2,000
500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister 	
Executive Secretary 2	
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(90) Other expenditure 	
63,980
 H 188 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 132
HOSPITAL PROGRAMS
Description
Provides for the cost of administration, provision of both in-patient and out-patient
hospital benefits, and Provincial share of hospital construction and equipment costs. Three
levels of in-patient care are benefits under the Hospital Insurance Act, namely, acute rehabilitation, activation, and extended care. Out-patient services covered include emergency services
for accidents and sickness, day care treatment, diagnostic services, physiotherapy, and others.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $ $
(   221) 615,621,231 Total vote  (215) 609,588,881
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
36,432 Associate Deputy Minister   39,480
12,090 Executive Secretary 1   14,100
43,608 Medical Specialist Administrator 3   48,132
42,252       • Medical Specialist Administrator 2 .... 47,988
76,308 Medical Specialist Administrator 1 (2) 86,316
33,396 Program Manager 5   35,496
93,848 Program Manager 4 (3) 99,408
137,472 Program Manager 2  (5) 143,868
29,001 Architect 5  29,004
70,740 Architect 4 (3) 73,068
20,916 Architect 3   22,740
50,765 Accounting Officer 1  (2) 50,760
26,801 Engineer 4   26,796
42,840 Research Officer 3  (2) 50,459
15,624 Research Officer 2   18,492
20,448 Administrative Officer 5  25,658
(       1)           18,780 Administrative Officer 4 (2) 40,191
60,882 Administrative Officer 3  (3) 72,295
18,780 Administrative Officer 2  22,160
(      4)           69,936 Administrative Officer 1  (3) 61,956
13,968 Industrial Relations Officer 2  14,604
15,840 Supervisor of Medical Coders  17,568
138,912 Medical Coder  (10) 153,786
20,820 Community Nurse 5   23,520
120,900 Community Nurse 4 (7) 142,188
21,474 Physiotherapist 4   18,408
18,972 Social Worker 3   22,381
Hospital   Clinical   Laboratory   Con-
20,940 sultant   24,670
(       1)            12,816 Public Information Officer 1  (2) 32,655
Hospitals and Consultant Inspector 3
109,848  (5) 129,376
Hospitals and Consultant Inspector 2
217,104  (10) 245,721
Hospitals and Consultant Inspector 1
157,836  (9) 186,065
45,714 Audit Accountant 5  (2) 46,063
79,170 Audit Accountant 4  (4) 92,506
207,252 Audit Accountant 3  (11) 243,849
(       1)           23,952 Systems Analyst 5  —
(      5)         106,200 Systems Analyst 4  —
111,888 Eligibility Representative  (7) 130,312
24,612 Technician 4   28,935
41,832 Technician 3  (2) 49,289
15,228 Clerk 6   18,272
(      4)           55,800 Clerk 5  (3) 48,944
112,058 Clerk 4  (9) 135,286
(     16)          180,276 Clerk 3  (17) 229,445
(     14)         142,656 Clerk 2  (13) 161,726
75,306 Clerk 1  (8) 89,085
 HEALTH
H  189
Vote 132—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
( 221)
12,696
71,328
77,436
207,618
31,380
56,760
19,944
12,408
11.208
51,660
3,564,731
250,000
( 221)  3,814,731
55,000
20,000
198,000
390,000
130,000
28,000
10,000
11,000
14,500
590,950,000
20,000,000
615,621,231
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (6)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (7)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (20)
Clerk-Typist 2    (3)
Clerk-Typist  1 .   (6)
Coder  (2)
Key-punch Operator 4 	
Key-punch Operator 3 	
Key-punch Operator 2  (5)
Other allowances
(215)
(04)  Salaries—temporary  	
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment _
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(80) Grants to hospitals—operating	
(80) Capital grants for construction and debt
service charges 	
(90) Other expenditure 	
15,085
86,003
93,539
251,728
37,330
67,476
23,343
14,760
13,694
62,178
3,958,157
250,000
(215)      4,208,157
75,000
10,000
228,000
259,000
140,000
32,000
12,000
7,000
10,000
14,500
580,591,224
24,000,000
2,000
609,588,881
 H 190
Vote 133
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS
Description
General administration—Provides over-all direction, accounting, and management engineering services for Government health institutions; and medical, pharmaceutical, and general
supply services to 89 other Government-funded agencies, commissions, and institutions.
Riverview, Valleyview, Dellview, Pearson, and New Denver Pavilion Hospitals and Willow
Chest Clinic—Provide in-patient and out-patient service at acute, rehabilitative, extended, and
long-term levels of care for physically and mentally disabled persons.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     42) 707,576
(1,856) 33,635,368
( 499) 8,701,653
(   152)      2,950,450
(   430)
(     17)
7,089,704
264,160
(2,996)    53,348,911
Activity
General administration
Riverview Hospital 	
Valleyview Hospital
Staff
......(60)
-(1,775)
-(509)
Dellview Hospital (130)
Pearson Hospital and Willow Chest
Clinic  (365)
New Denver Pavilion (15)
Total vote
-(2,854)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,207,008
37,622,406
11,235,414
3,038,140
7,652,287
379,471
61,134,726
(  38)
(  18)
(  5)
( 1)
( 3)
(  2)
1)
( ID
( 52)
( 75)
( 125)
( 928)
( 6)
( 1)
( 4)
( 1)
(  3)
87,216
1,371,348
37,536
505,384
77,940
35,904
32,400
59,700
106,080
50,952
23,880
59,520
33,810
23,760
35,970
20,280
31,440
29,640
19,140
18,720
222,942
209,418
917,124
1,269,888
1,964,820
13,237,255
75,096
15,588
17,356
79,012
61,920
23,808
22,356
60,624
54,748
21,468
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Medical Specialist Administrator 3 	
_(2)
Medical Specialist Administrator 2
 (18)
Medical Officer 4	
Medical Officer 3 	
Medical Officer 1 	
(12)
Program Manager 5
Program Manager 4
Program Manager 3
Program Manager 2
Program Manager 1
Personnel Officer 5 .
Personnel Officer 4 .
Personnel Officer 3 .
Personnel Officer 2 .
-(2)
-(4)
-(2)
-(4)
Program Administrator 5 	
Program Administrator 4 	
Program Administrator 3  (2)
Program Administrator 1 	
Hospital Housekeeper 3 	
Hospital Housekeeper 2 (2)
Industrial Therapy Trades Supervisor
—Riverview 	
Nurse 7 	
Nurse 6  (11)
Nurse 5  (10)
Nurse 4  (50)
Nurse 3  (72)
Nurse 2  (114)
Nurse 1  (669)
Graduate Nurse 	
Community Mental Health Nurse 1 _
Community Nurse 3 	
Dental Officer 3  (2)
Dental Officer 2  (2)
Pharmacist 4  (2)
Pharmacist 3 	
Pharmacist 2  (3)
Pharmacist 1  (6)
Physiotherapist 4 	
96,264
754,326
42,060
455,918
38,160
34,020
60,300
106,008
55,920
27,360
85,470
18,510
24,960
23,060
40,380
16,500
31,080
20,904
18,720
236,040
209,400
983,748
1,373,928
1,997,976
10,914,546
19,296
57,504
61,920
46,824
22,356
60,624
109,806
21,468
 HEALTH
H 191
Vote 133—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
2)
1)
10)
2)
5)
(       6)
4)
2)
21)
1)
(       4)
(       1)
(     22)
5)
1)
(       2)
6)
2)
3)
6)
(     28)
35,028
15,564
161,106
23,472
42,840
87,456
25,176
21,420
15,768
53,640
28,848
72,756
114,912
24,024
22,800
83,760
38,820
372,012
17,880
18,972
107,280
31,536
86,196
13,416
139,092
62,112
14,484
20,940
15,936
18,972
105,048
310,092
17,880
67,344
12,732
10,476
15,204
27,288
37,224
5,724
23,952
119,592
36,264
18,780
32,508
16,944
16,944
24,468
60,480
17,256
15,444
41,064
15,816
43,476
83,682
15,228
14,784
19,152
36,144
331,968
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Physiotherapist 3   19,212
Physiotherapist 2  (2) 34,296
Physiotherapist 1  (9) 143,732
Laboratory Scientist 4   27,622
Laboratory Scientist 3  (3) 75,689
Laboratory Scientist 2  (4) 82,033
Teacher 5b  29,586
Librarian 3    25,229
Child Care Counsellor 2  18,661
Chaplain  (3) 57,637
Psychologist 5   33,865
Psychologist 4  (3) 89,319
Psychologist 2  (5) 103,404
Psychiatric Social Worker 7  28,259
Psychiatric Social Worker 6  26,829
Psychiatric Social Worker 5 (3) 74,011
Psychiatric Social Worker 4  24,670
Psychiatric Social Worker 3  (20) 415,830
Psychiatric Social Worker 2  —
Social Worker 3   18,856
Social Worker 2  (6) 126,722
Rehabilitation Officer 2  (2) 37,324
Rehabilitation Officer 1  (5) 84,482
Case Aide  15,930
Dietitian 2  (9) 197,736
Dietitian 1  (3) 57,925
Inhalation Therapist   18,102
Medical Technician   24,670
Speech Therapist 2  —
Occupational Therapist 3   22,381
Occupational Therapist 2  (6) 121,147
Occupational Therapist 1  (18) 297,293
Medical Technologist 4  21,119
Medical Technologist 3  (4) 72,968
Medical Technologist 2   —
Electroencephalograph Technician 2 ._ 12,198
Electroencephalograph Technician 1 - 18,193
Dental Technician   17,244
Dental Hygienist 1   16,307
Dental Assistant 2  (3) 36,526
Dental Assistant 1   14,760
Administrative Officer 5   28,182
Administrative Officer 4 (3) 70,733
Administrative Officer 3  (3) 68,658
Administrative Officer 2  22,160
Administrative Officer 1  (2) 38,141
Public Information Officer 2   20,652
Supervisor of Stores 1   20,027
Co-ordinator of Volunteers 1  (2) 31,229
Systems Analyst 3   20,652
Systems Analyst 2   17,803
Medical Records Technician (5) 71,110
Medical Records Librarian 3   20,391
Medical Records Librarian 2   18,272
Medical Records Librarian 1  (3) 46,727
Laboratory Technician 4   18,714
Laboratory Technician 3  (2) 35,217
Laboratory Technician 2  (5) 80,682
Engineering Aide 3   17,517
Engineering Assistant   18,545
Photographer 2   17,517
Safety Officer 3   24,644
Building Security Officer 1  (3) 43,033
Building Maintenance Worker 2	
 (106) 1,490,927
Building Maintenance Worker 1 	
 (68 ) 913,336
 H 192
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 133—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
11) 156,384
62,880
24,624
1,612,416
848,232
5)
2)
136)
77)
30)
4)
1)
13)
(     56)
(       1)
(       1)
(       1)
(     52)
5)
10)
18)
( 23)
( 72)
( 28)
( 135)
10)
1)
(     ID
(     13)
(     73)
3)
7)
(   304)
(       9)
(     13)
330,480
36,756
10,812
13,092
17,460
51,216
13,212
176,700
540,144
641,784
36,144
115,920
66,888
11,340
13,740
13,944
13,416
52,848
574,944
69,000
132,120
225,288
275,724
834,624
319,536
1,512,252
14,508
69,420
12,252
38,160
123,420
11,928
125,592
139,620
908,088
37,428
89,232
3,687,678
14,340
16,002
13,572
123,222
168,648
25,080
17,472
16,944
16,764
16,224
16,584
15,864
120,528
17,292
15,948
45,180
16,944
15,336
Staff
Building Service Worker 4 (10)
Building Service Worker 3  (6)
Building Service Worker 2 (3)
Building Service Worker 1  (34)
Cleaning Assistant (second year) (19)
Ward Assistant (second year) -(25)
Towmotor Operator  (3)
Laboratory Aide
Hospital Housekeeper
Laundry Worker 6 .....
Laundry Worker
Laundry Worker
Laundry Worker
Laundry Worker
Laundry Worker
1
-(3)
-(2)
-(12)
-(47)
-(58)
Sewing-machine Operator 3  (3)
Sewing-machine Operator 2  (10)
Sewing-machine Operator 1  (6)
Dry-cleaning Spotter  .	
Dry-cleaner 	
Baker 3 	
Baker 2  I (2)
Baker 1  (4)
Food Service Worker 3  (21)
Food Service Worker 2  (20)
Food Service Worker 1  (175)
Cook 4 (4)
Cook 3  (8)
Cook 2 (17)
Cook 1  (24)
Cook's Helper  (8)
Dietary Aide 2 (8)
Dietary Aide 1  (second year). (41)
Chief Meat Cutter 	
Meat Cutter  (5)
Meat Cutter's Helper 	
Hairgroomer 2  (3)
Hairgroomer 1  (11)
Home Supervisor Housekeeper 2	
Home Supervisor Housekeeper 1   (6)
Nurse Aide  (8)
Psychiatric Aide  	
Health Care Worker 3
Estimates, 1978/79
$
154,758
90,579
43,929
480,488
249,817
328,709
43,697
12,900
15,553
19,169
49,861
31,367
179,472
684,411
772,095
43,033
138,113
79,746
Health Care Worker 2  (30)
Health Care Worker 1  (561)
Co-ordinator of Volunteers 2	
Activity Worker 6	
Activity Worker 5	
Activity Worker 4	
Activity Worker 3 	
Activity Worker 2	
Foreman Carpenter 1 	
Foreman Painter 1 	
Carpenter 	
Painter	
Sheet-metal Worker 	
Welder-Fabricator 	
(10)
-(H)
-(2)
15,336
Building Maintenance Worker —.(9)
Supervisor of Transport and Vehicle
Maintenance—Riverview Hospital-
Mechanic 3 	
Mechanic 2  (2)
Communications Technician 3	
Upholsterer — Industrial Therapy,
Riverview Hospital 	
Mattress and Canvas Maker—Industrial Therapy, Riverview Hospital...
16,542
31,860
62,736
295,803
271,029
2,300,066
65,492
125,471
252,920
341,579
110,492
108,724
537,143
17,192
82,388
14,565
45,490
155,717
83,649
102,584
16,099
459,067
8,108,876
17,425
19,428
17,490
162,445
171,250
28,857
20,638
20,027
19,806
19,181
19,610
18,766
143,147
20,430
18,869
35,685
20,027
18,154
18,154
 HEALTH
H 193
Vote 133—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
14,616
14,208
(
1)
13,416
(
16)
193,536
(
1)
13,188
(
17)
224,196
12,732
29,232
56,736
(
10)
125,784
(
30)
338,400
(
50)
506,400
(
1)
15,012
(
2)
25,428
12,096
(
8)
82,938
9,450
97,368
(
22)
250,056
(
19)
203,586
175,978
(
5)
48,708
(
3)
42,552
(
3)
40,320
(
6)
74,652
(
2)
24,192
(2,996) 41,706,525
964,972
(2,996) 42,671,497
2,860,000
160,921
1,507,350
97,492
51,100
9,700
5,569,051
71,200
205,000
100,600
45,000
53,348,911
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Shoemaker—Industrial Therapy, Riverview Hospital 	
Supervisor—Printing Shop, Riverview
Hospital	
Baker 2  	
Labourer 1  (17)
Truck or Bus Driver (2)
Machine Operator 3  (19)
Machine Operator 2
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Postal Clerk 3 	
Postal Clerk 2
-(2)
-(4)
-(13)
-(31)
-(55)
Switchboard Operator 4	
Switchboard Operator 2 (10)
Switchboard Operator 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (8)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (23)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (22)
Clerk-Typist 2  (17)
1  (7)
Clerk-Typist
Stockman 5
Stockman 4
Stockman 3
Stockman 2
Stockman 1
-(2)
-(5)
-(8)
-(5)
$
17,322
17,894
245,803
31,275
300,224
15,124
35,100
67,313
194,560
418,896
669,845
12,348
14,396
121,390
10,897
115,172
310,301
277,035
209,679
78,732
33,656
79,787
119,669
71,982
7,350
Isolation allowance
Other allowances	
(2,854)    45,070,312
  8,910
       1,724,971
(2,854)    46,804,193
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35)  Office furniture and equipment 	
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50)  Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles  	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80)  Grants, contributions, and subsidies 	
(90)  Other expenditure 	
4,363,533
140,000
1,636,000
140,000
42,000
3,000
6,277,000
61,000
1,566,000
75,000
27,000
61,134,726
 H 194
Vote 134
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
Description
Provides funds for the Forensic Psychiatric Service to enable it to meet its statutory
obligations under the Criminal Code.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   161)      3,106,101
Staff
Total vote  (161)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
4,136,440
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(  73)
(  1)
4)
1)
(  1)
(  1)
(  6)
( 161)
43,608
43,464
33,324
20,820
17,760
67,572
86,280
93,762
1,063,068
17,256
20,928
20,940
20,940
69,288
16,284
13,416
17,880
15,768
18,132
11,934
14,784
13,032
118,560
33,048
13,212
25,032
35,964
69,552
11,412
.66,096
75,264
13,956
11,826
12,696
41,856
24,192
33,696
19,944
2,346,546
84,755
( 161)  2,431,301
225,000
26,000
21,600
113,800
10,000
5,000
(01)
Salaries—established:
Medical Specialist Administrator 3
Medical Specialist Administrator 2
Medical Officer 3 	
Nurse 6 	
Nurse
Nurse
Nurse
Nurse
Nurse
Community Nurse 3
Psychologist 2
-(4)
-(5)
-(6)
-(59)
Psychiatric Social Worker 5  (3)
Psychiatric Social Worker 4 	
Psychiatric Social Worker 3  (3)
Psychiatric Social Worker 2 	
Rehabilitation Officer 1 	
Dietitian 2 	
Occupational Therapist 2	
Occupational Therapist 1 	
Administrative Officer 3   	
Medical Records Technician 	
Engineering Aide 3 	
Building Service Worker 4
Building Service Worker 1  (10)
Cleaning Assistant (second year)__(3)
Cook 3 	
Cook 2 (2)
Cook 1  (3)
Cook's Helper        ...(6)
Dietary Aide 2
Dietary Aide 1  (second year) (6)
Psychiatric Aide  (19)
Activity Worker 4 	
Activity Worker 3 	
Activity Worker 2 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(4)
-(2)
-(3)
-(2)
Other allowances
(161)
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts.
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30)  Office expense
48,132
43,304
37,848
22,476
17,772
78,180
96,480
119,532
964,974
19,296
12,328
72,932
24,670
61,141
17,244
21,119
21,119
22,596
14,396
15,475
141,106
39,443
15,683
29,754
42,800
82,869
13,589
78,889
285,375
16,554
18,661
14,363
15,085
12,497
49,991
28,793
39,171
23,376
2,679,013
77,797
(161)      2,756,810
(35)  Office furniture and equipment
241,000
41,800
707,200
28,520
8,000
 HEALTH
H 195
Vote 134—Continued
imated, 1977/78
$
164,300
(50)
9,000
(55)
28,800
(60)
35,500
(75)
14,300
(80)
21,500
(90)
3,106,101
Materials and supplies
Motor-vehicles 	
Estimates, 1978/79
233,610
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 	
Other expenditure 	
58,300
61,200
4,136,440
 H 196
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 135
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMMISSION
Description
Operates and/or supports programs for the treatment of chemical addiction, including
alcoholism. The programs may involve detoxification, long-term residential care, out-patient
counselling, and education. The Commission also supports programs providing research and
information in this field.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   125)      7,041,544
Total vote
Staff
-(147)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
10,619,966
32,340
58,080
(
1)
38,640
65,760
24,420
22,200
13,200
(
1)
15,840
(
4)
57,300
19,182
16,200
(
2)
44,874
(
2)
34,092
16,416
98,472
104,700
(
6)
112,872
(
26)
442,428
(
1)
18,780
(
1)
15,024
(
(
8)
2)
135,792
71,682
14,868
23,712
12,516
(
5)
60,360
26,784
15,336
13,704
11,496
32,364
(
12)
124,018
9,972
20,004
78,888
(
5)
125)
51,228
(
1,953,544
60,000
(
125)
2,013,544
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman, Alcohol and Drug Commission 	
Commissioner,   Alcohol   and   Drug
Commission   (2)
Medical Specialist Administrator 3	
Medical Specialist Administrator 1 	
Medical Officer 3  (2)
Program Manager 2 	
Program Manager 1 	
Executive Secretary 2	
Nurse 3 	
Nurse 1 	
Community Nurse 3  (2)
Pharmacist 2 	
Pharmacist 1 	
Research Officer 4 	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2 	
Child Care Counsellor 4	
Child Care Counsellor 2 (7)
Social Worker 4  (5)
Social Worker 3  (8)
Social Worker 2  (28)
Administrative Officer 2  (2)
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 2  (9)
Laboratory Assistant 2  (6)
Laboratory Technician 3 	
Building Service Worker 2	
Building Service Worker 1 	
Food Service Worker 2  (2)
Cook 2	
Health Care Worker 3  (10)
Health Care Worker 2 (12)
Building Maintenance Worker  (2)
Printing Supervisor 	
Printer 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3  (3)
Clerk 2 (13)
Multilith Operator 	
Office Equipment Operator 3  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (7)
Clerk-Typist 2  (7)
(147)
Other allowances 	
32,340
58,080
43,608
74,820
24,420
22,200
15,300
35,040
19,860
16,200
27,622
25,229
18,492
19,416
116,513
123,354
172,007
565,593
41,070
197,276
85,568
17,608
14,109
27,180
14,877
150,002
169,880
31,810
18,154
17,309
14,018
39,716
160,257
11,925
23,915
93,468
86,230
2,624,466
45,000
(147)      2,669,466
400,000    (04)  Salaries—temporary 	
121,000    (10) Travel expense 	
228,000    (20) Professional and special services
60,000
100,000
94,000
 HEALTH
H 197
Vote 135—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
70,000
30,000
55,000
702,000
3,900,000
478,000
7,041,544
Estimates, 1978/79
$
(30) Office expense  .  41,000
(35)  Office furniture and equipment  10,000
(40) Advertising and publications  2,000
(50)  Materials and supplies   300,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 9,500
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  7,334,000
(99) Recoveries  (Credit) —
10,619,966
Vote 136
MEDICAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Description
The Commission provides over-all administration of the Medical Services Plan, collects
premiums from the subscribers, and pays the cost of medical care of the Province to the
doctors on a fee-for-service basis, mainly, but also as required on a sessional and sometimes
salary basis. This vote covers the Province's subsidies for low-income residents, and the
estimated deficits not covered by premiums and other revenues.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
207,300,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
211,613,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
207,300,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies ...... 211,613,000
 H 198 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 137
EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES
Description
Provides for ambulance service throughout the Province, including the operation of a program for the construction of new ambulances to augment the present fleet and to replace
obsolete units. An extensive program is conducted for the training of emergency medical
assistants and paramedic crews. Recoveries are provided for workers' compensation rebates
and insurance claims.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $ $
(   501)    20,923,537 Total vote   24,775,037
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
688,772 (10) Travel expense  —
16,551,803 (20) Professional and special services  17,639,897
188,000 (30) Office expense  164,000
34,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  34,200
15,000 (40) Advertising and publications  10,000
1,340,962 (50) Materials and supplies  1,808,300
660,000 (55) Motor-vehicles   934,600
1,052,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   1,042,000
100,000 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   100,000
287,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 740,500
6,000 (90) Other expenditure   2,371,540
— (99) Recoveries  (Credit) 70,000
20,923,537 24,775,037
 HEALTH
H 199
Vote 138
LONG-TERM CARE PROGRAM
Description
Provides a continuum of care for those people who cannot live without help because of
health-related problems but do not warrant care in an acute-care hospital. Care may be
provided in the home, a community care facility, or an extended-care hospital.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Total vote
Staff
-(153)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
120,457,272
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Medical Specialist Administrator 2	
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 1  (2)
Community Nurse 3   (27)
Community Nurse 2  (21)
Architect 3	
Physiotherapist 2   (7)
Psychiatric Social Worker 4  (18)
Social Worker 4 	
Dietitian 2  (7)
Administrative Officer 4  (17)
Public Health Inspector 3	
Public Information Officer 3	
Audit Accountant 5 	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2	
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
-(3)
-(20)
-(2)
-(19)
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35)   -   -      -     ■
(40)
(50)
(80)
12,120
27,570
44,400
473,364
360,360
19,404
108,948
444,079
24,670
143,109
409,680
22,160
21,301
27,140
46,063
13,213
31,700
272,928
26,087
218,312
(153)      2,746,608
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  115,828,664
772,000
294,000
313,000
119,000
64,000
175,000
145,000
120,457,272
 H 200 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 139
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and
maintenance of budding accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
16,568,461 Total vote    31,593,289
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
16,568,461    (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers   -   31,593,289
Vote 140
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
168,000 Total vote   7,700,983
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
168,000    (25) Data systems and processing      7,700,983
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
MINISTRY OF HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
H 201
Estimated,
Vote
1977/78
No.
$
158,130
141
4,169,162
142
136,239,800
143
179,895,078
144
—
145
10
10
10
10
4,786,793
146
1,586,334
147
—
148
—
149
10,699,582
150
316,000
151
337,850,919
1,838,022
336,012,897
Summary
Estimates,
1978/79
$
Minister's Office  180,378
General Administration—Highways  5,115,924
Highway Maintenance  153,925,075
Highway Construction—Capital   157,258,637
Hydro Development—Highways  11,750,000
General Administration—Public Works  —
Government Building Maintenance  —
Construction of Provincial Buildings  —
Rentals—Public Works  —
Safety Engineering Division  5,837,073
Glendale Laundry  1,718,735
Government-owned Residences Maintenance  186,000
Employees' Salaries and Benefits   4,120,000
Building Occupancy Charges   15,523,267
Computer and Consulting Charges  1,751,500
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
357,366,589
357,366,589
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 202
Vote 141
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Highways and Public Works, including his salary
and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       6) 158,130
Total vote
Staff
-(8)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
180,378
(       2)
(       6)
24,000
39,000
15,744
23,952
11,934
114,630
24,000
12,500
7,000
158,130
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister   of   Highways   and   Public
Works .	
Ministerial Executive Assistant	
Secretary to Minister	
Program Manager 2	
Administrative Officer
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2 .
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense	
(30) Office expense 	
(8)
24,000
19,500
16,344
30,300
24,098
14,396
13,694
11,418
153,750
2,828
16,000
7,800
180,378
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
H 203
Vote 142
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—HIGHWAYS
Description
Provides for the over-all policy direction of the Ministry as well as administrative and
support services to the operational programs. These services include the functions of capital
construction administration, highway maintenance management, equipment management, budget
preparation and control, accounting, personnel administration, property management, safety
engineering services management, and Glendale Laundry management.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     99)      4,169,162
Total vote
Staff
-(198)
Estimates, 1978/79
5,115,924
44,160
78,000
95,688
24,420
(
2)
72,720
(
2)
68,552
58,000
(
1)
26,800
(
1)
21,398
28,224
28,620
23,880
(
2)
42,600
52,944
43,104
(
1)
20,916
(
2)
38,304
(
1)
16,668
17,892
22,500
23,952
44,472
(
1)
20,448
18,780
(
1)
17,484
(
1)
32,352
(
1)
20,448
18,780
(   1)
13,200
12,648
167,958
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister	
Associate Deputy Minister (2)
Program Manager 5 (4)
Program Manager 4 (3)
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 2	
Senior Officer 4	
Engineer 7 	
Engineer 5 (2)
Engineer 4 (4)
Engineer 3  (7)
Planning Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 6 	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3 (3)
Personnel Officer 2 (3)
Technician 5  (2)
Technician 4  (2)
Technician 3  (3)
Technician 2  (5)
Technician 1  (5)
Mechanical Superintendent 5	
Mechanical Superintendent 4	
Mechanical Superintendent 1 	
Administrative Officer 5 	
Administrative Officer 4  (2)
Administrative Officer 3  (2)
Administrative Officer 2 	
Administrative Officer 1  (2)
Program Administrator 4	
Programmer Analyst 4	
Programmer Analyst 3	
Safety Officer 2	
Assistant Chief Engineer 	
Property Negotiator 5	
Property Negotiator 3 	
Systems Analyst 2	
Public Information Officer 2 	
Communications Technician 3  (3)
Executive Secretary 2 	
Executive Secretary 1  (2)
Engineering Aide 3  (2)
Engineering Aide 2	
Engineering Assistant (2)
Technical Assistant 3  (2)
Technical Assistant 2	
Technical Assistant 1 	
Photographic Technician 3	
Photographic Technician 2	
Machine Operator 1 	
Clerk 6 (11)
46,152
81,840
148,248
94,728
32,160
26,256
34,272
54,516
107,184
141,966
33,136
30,060
25,080
63,480
54,180
62,190
52,553
73,934
112,950
98,515
26,647
24,588
21,418
25,775
52,358
48,196
18,908
38,456
23,160
23,031
19,467
22,590
18,908
20,652
20,652
60,083
15,300
28,200
35,035
15,826
37,090
32,551
15,826
12.601
15,826
12,601
14,760
198,362
 H 204 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 142—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ Staff $
69,432 Clerk 5 (5) 83,909
(       7) 87,984 Clerk 4 (10) 150,536
(     18) 203,028 Clerk 3 (28) 375,957
— Clerk 2 (17) 206,309
(       1) 9,090 Clerk 1 (4) 43,814
(       3) 38,136 Clerk-Stenographer 5   15,085
(      2) 24,192 Clerk-Stenographer 4  (4) 57,586
(       8) 90,864 Clerk-Stenographer 3  (11) 148,097
— Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2) 24,546
10,200 Clerk-Stenographer 1   12,198
(       1) 10,704 Clerk-Typist 2 (9) 111,871
(       1) 9,360 Clerk-Typist 1  (7) 81,028
(     99)      1,768,902 (198)      3,583,203
1,109,760 (04) Salaries—temporary   211,396
235,000 (10) Travel expense  220,000
373,500 (20) Professional and special services  400,000
510,000 (30) Office expense  538,000
40,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  82,125
20,000 (40) Advertising and publications  27,000
30,000 (50) Materials and supplies  30,700
49,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  11,000
— (62) Rentals—intra-ministerial  2,500
30,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 7,000
3,000 (90) Other expenditure  3,000
4,169,162 5,115,924
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
H 205
Vote 143
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
Description
Provides for the maintenance, repair, and operation of Provincial highways, roads, bridges,
ferries, landings, tunnels, equipment operation and replacement, including winter maintenance
of snow and ice removal.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   233)  120,058,800
(   138)    16,181,000
(   371)  136,239,800
Activity
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Road and bridge maintenance and repair    (3,952)  134,918,491
Ferries    (461)    19,006,584
Total vote
-(4,413)
153,925,075
(   371)
5,948,000
36,000
124,000
(   371)      6,108,000
67,800,000
3,082,500
258,000
470,000
90,000
43,000
41,534,000
800,000
7,871,000
36,600,000
2,151,800
9,554,000
377,500
300,000
40,800,000
136,239,800
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Sundry employees  (4,413) 81,790,010
Isolation allowance   50,000
Other allowances 1  181,000
(4,413)    82,021,010
(04) Salaries—temporary   13,254,000
(10) Travel expense   2,848,000
(20) Professional and special services  820,400
(30) Office expense   206,800
(35) Office furniture and equipment  100,500
(40) Advertising and publications   55,000
(50) Materials and supplies   30,999,100
(55) Motor-vehicles    960,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   14,552,000
(62) Rentals—intra-ministerial    33,937,500
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings   3,558,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 9,560,000
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies   195,165
(90) Other expenditure   307,600
(98) Intra-ministerial rental credits (Credit) 39,450,000
153,925,075
 H 206 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 144
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION—CAPITAL
Description
Provides for the planning, engineering, design, survey, construction, reconstruction,
right-of-way acquisition, property purchase, and paving of Provincial highways, roads, bridges,
ferries, landings, and tunnels; purchase of additional machinery and equipment; and the payment
of authorized grants to municipalities in connection with their highway systems.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $ $
(     42)  179,895,078 Total vote  (1,148) 157,258,637
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
(    42) 908,000 Sundry employees  (1,148)    22,381,413
22,000,000
(04)
2,670,000
(10)
4,000,000
(20)
120,000
(30)
48,000
(35)
13,000
(40)
2,200,000
(50)
500,000
(55)
10,580,000
(60)
4,200,000
(62)
126,715,578
(70)
3,000,000
(75)
2,900,000
(80)
40,500
(90)
179,895,078
Salaries—temporary    3,191,152
Travel expense   2,100,000
Professional and special services  3,400,000
Office expense   127,200
Office furniture and equipment  60,500
Advertising and publications  20,000
Materials and supplies   12,000,000
Motor-vehicles     1,500,000
Rentals—outside suppliers   15,000,000
Rentals—intra-ministerial    5,450,000
Acquisition—land and buildings  88,366,672
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 2,341,700
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  1,300,000
Other expenditure   20,000
157,258,637
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
H 207
Vote 145
HYDRO DEVELOPMENT—HIGHWAYS
Description
Provides for the right-of-way acquisition, planning, engineering design, survey, construction or reconstruction, paving, and any other costs related to Provincial Highway 23, including
the associated bridges from Revelstoke to Mica Creek that result from the construction of the
proposed Revelstoke Dam by British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
Estimated, 1977/78
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
11,750,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary   900,000
(10) Travel expense   70,000
(20) Professional and special services  750,000
(30) Office expense   2,000
(40) Advertising and publications   500
(50) Materials and supplies   51,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   123,500
(62) Rentals—intra-ministerial    50,000
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings   9,801,500
(90) Other expenditure   1,500
11,750,000
 H 208
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—PUBLIC WORKS
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     48) 10
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1)
6)
2)
1)
1)
4)
1)
3)
1)
1)
1)
2)
5)
1)
2)
2)
1)
2)
1)
2)
4)
1)
1)
1)
1)
(     48)
43,080
202,836
53,280
13,200
24,156
77,550
31,188
93,564
23,952
20,448
17,484
40,896
83,436
16,944
27,972
24,630
11,208
20,418
9,264
24,192
44,100
10,086
9,972
26,472
19,152
969,480
149,704
70,000
25,000
120,000
18,500
10,000
2,000
2,000
1,366,674
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister 	
Program Manager 5 	
Program Manager 3 	
Executive Secretary 2 	
Personnel Officer 5  ,	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Architect 6   	
Engineer 6 	
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Property Negotiator 4 	
Property Negotiator 3   _
Property Negotiator 2 	
Clerk 5    -.
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 1 	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Engineeering Technician 5 	
Safety Officer 2 	
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(90)
(99)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications —
Materials and supplies 	
Other expenditure	
Recoveries  	
10
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
GOVERNMENT BUILDING MAINTENANCE
H 209
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(        6) —
(   651)
(   657)
10
10
Activity
Headquarters  administration and technical services 	
Operations 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
Total vote
(   657)
10,038,774
12,582
3,744
(   657)    10,055,100
13,105,144
204,075
67,000
81,000
6,000
16,000
12,972,000
376,300
200,000
750,000
255,000
24,000
38,111,609
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Sundry employees	
Isolation allowance 	
Other allowances 	
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles  	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure 	
(99) Recoveries  	
10
 H 210 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
CONSTRUCTION OF PROVINCIAL BUILDINGS
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ $ $
(     10) 10 Total vote   —
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
(     10) 211,872 Sundry employees	
5,188,128    (04) Salaries—temporary
185,000    (TO) Travel expense
2,885,000    (20)  Professional and special services
228,420    (30) Office expense
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment
17,000 (40) Advertising and publications	
150,000 (50) Materials and supplies 	
800,000 (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers
29,893,000 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings	
232,510 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
10,000 (90) Other expenditure	
39,801,920 (99) Recoveries  	
10
RENTALS—PUBLIC WORKS
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
10 Total vote   —
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
800,000    (04) Salaries—temporary 	
5,000    (10) Travel expense
2,000 (20) Professional and special services
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment _
1,000 (40) Advertising and publications	
3,750,000 (50) Materials and supplies	
12,329,766 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers
400,000    (70) Acquisition—land and buildings
10,000    (90) Other expenditure	
17,298,756    (99) Recoveries 	
10
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
H 211
Vote 146
SAFETY ENGINEERING DIVISION
Description
The purpose of the Division is to provide a safe environment for all people in British Columbia through standards, education, and inspection in the disciplines of boiler and pressure
vessels, electrical, and gas.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
15)
90)
35)
35)
384,650
2,337,686
1,001,215
923,669
139,573
(   175)      4,786,793
Activity
Staff
Administration and support services ....
 (19)
Electrical inspection  (101)
Gas inspection  (43)
Boiler inspection  (37)
Building Standards and Research Branch
 (6)
Total vote
.(206)
Estimates, 1978/79
336,793
3,000,358
1,195,046
1,098,467
206,409
5,837,073
(       1)
13)
59)
9)
16)
26)
(       8)
(     24)
(       1)
(   175)
33,396
26,640
93,564
53,088
22,692
26,472
296,088
1,195,950
203,124
316,518
569,730
18,780
13,614
50,784
87,360
239,388
24,192
11,352
20,400
3,303,132
6,342
(   175)      3,309,474
592,024
20,000
508,925
20,000
78,580
10,000
163,300
56,500
27,990
4,786,793
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 5  	
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager I 	
Engineer 6  (3)
Engineer 5  (2)
Engineer 3 	
Technician 5  (2)
Technician 4  (5)
Technician 3  -—(3)
Technician 1 	
Electrical Inspector 2  (12)
Electrical Inspector 1  (65)
Gas Inspector 2 (7)
Gas Inspector 1  (23)
Boiler Inspector 2 (20)
Boiler Inspector 1  (3)
Administrative Officer 2 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4  (4)
Clerk 3  (10)
Clerk 2  (28)
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
Clerk-Typist 2  (5)
(206) "
Isolation allowance	
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(75)
(90)
Salaries—temporary   	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Other expenditure  	
35,796
26,640
28,692
93,564
56,340
22,692
62,190
144,681
71,112
19,702
311,684
1,571,614
187,627
558,721
524,725
61,136
22,160
16,593
60,342
133,567
340,137
11,209
28,792
26,041
26,086
62,052
4,503,895
7,614
(206)      4,511,509
120,834
29,600
562,000
61,660
111,530
23,000
239,900
8,800
136,000
1,440
28,300
2,500
5,837,073
 H 212 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 147
GLENDALE LAUNDRY
Description
Provides for laundry services to various hospitals and institutions, primarily in the Greater
Victoria area.   Part of these costs are recovered.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
(       2)      1,433,834             Laundry operation  (92) 1,635,735
152,500             Capital expansion and improvements — 83,000
(       2)       1,586,334 Total vote  (92) 1,718,735
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
— Administrative Officer 3  25,543
— Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,355
— Building Service Worker 1  (2) 28,220
— Laundry Worker 6   19,169
— Laundry Worker 5   16,619
— Laundry Worker 4  (3) 47,063
— Laundry Worker 3  (3) 44,866
— Laundry Worker 2  (12) 172,158
— Laundry Worker 1  (54) 717,569
— Sewing-machine Operator 2  13,810
— Sewing-machine Operator 1  (8) 107,438
— Driver  (2) 29,521
— Machine Operator 2  (3) 45,376
(      2)           31,134 Sundry employees   —
(       2) 31,134 (92)       1,280,707
1,283,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   171,328
2,000 (10) Travel expense   2,500
1,000 (20) Professional and special services  4,000
2,000 (30)  Office expense  400
500 (35) Office furniture and equipment  —
200 (40) Advertising and publications   —
126,000 (50)  Materials and supplies   168,300
1,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   —
78,000 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings  6,000
69,500 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 97,000
2,000 (90) Other expenditure  2,500
10,000 (99)  Recoveries  (Credit) 14,000
1,586,334 1,718,735
 HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS
H 213
Vote 148
GOVERNMENT-OWNED RESIDENCES MAINTENANCE
Description
Provides for the maintenance and repair of Government-owned residences established and
retained primarily for the use of Government personnel in the more remote areas and smaller
communities of the Province.
Estimated, 1977/78
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
186,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04)
(10)
(20)
(40)
(50)
(60)
(62)
(70)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies
Rentals—outside suppliers
Rentals—intra-ministerial .
Acquisition—land and buildings
— (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
50,000
10,000
7,000
500
75,000
3,500
10,000
27,000
3,000
186,000
Vote 149
EMPLOYEES' SALARIES AND BENEFITS
Description
Provides for the costs of Public Works personnel not hired by the British Columbia Buildings Corporation. Personnel will be placed in other ministries of Government on a temporary
basis with costs to be borne by this vote pending permanent placement. Also provides for the
cost of severance pay for those employees terminated.
Estimated, 1977/78
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
4,120,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary       4,000,000
(10) Travel expense   20,000
(90) Other expenditure   100,000
4,120,000
 H 214 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 150
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and
maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
10,699,582 Highways charges   11,171,240
— Public Works charges  4,352,027
10,699,582 Total vote   15,523,267
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
10,699,582    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       15,523,267
Vote 151
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
316,000 Total vote  1,751,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
316,000    (25) Data systems and processing       1,751,500
 HUMAN RESOURCES
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES
H 215
Estimated,
1977/78
146,516
57,413,289
70,120,355
54,468,083
37,100,000
302,772,566
39,247,391
10,195,255
599,000
572,062,455
2,500,000
569,562,455
Vote
No.
Summary
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
Minister's Office 	
Administration and Community Service
Services to Families and Children	
Community Projects 	
Health Services 	
GAIN Programs 	
Special Programs for the Retarded
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry 	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
145,890
64,048,833
71,680,528
26,815,473
45,332,296
277,873,264
43,429,775
19,373,175
3,816,414
552,515,648
552,515,648
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 216 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 152
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Human Resources, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       7) 146,516 Total vote  (7) 145,890
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
24,000                 Minister of Human Resources   24,000
15,744                 Secretary to Minister   16,836
Programs Co-ordinator, Minister's
22,200                        Office  22,200
10,464                  Clerk 2  11,801
11,076                 Clerk-Stenographer 4   13,525
11,496                  Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,694
10,200                 Clerk-Stenographer 2   12,497
(       7) 105,180 (7) 114,553
14,245 (04) Salaries—temporary   5,235
12,505 (10) Travel expense   13,505
14,146 (30) Office expense   10,397
440 (35) Office furniture and equipment  2,200
146,516 145,890
 HUMAN RESOURCES H 217
Vote 153
ADMINISTRATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
Description
Central administration—Provides central direction and support services for the Ministry.
Program administration—Provides central direction and support services for the operating
programs of the Ministry.
Community services—In order to provide service for people throughout the Province, the
Ministry has 98 district offices staffed with employees trained in identifying the services most
suited for each individual.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ Staff $ $
Central Administration
Deputy  Minister   and  Associate   Dep-
(     12)         283,230                  uty  (7) 183,904
(      9)         223,792             Executive Staff  (12) 329,448
Office administration and public infor-
376,337                 mation (11) 759,846
250,051             Personnel  (15) 647,347
(   105)      1,825,907             Accounting  (106) 1,582,898
(     11)         358,112             Management information services —(4) 343,545
— Co-ordinator of Ministry Inspectors (2) 45,847
— Evaluation Team  (7) 201,587
Federal-Provincial Agreements Section ..
(       1)           22,228                   (4) 108,209
171,350             Mechanical Section  356,240
55,346             Bus Pass Section   71,951
(     15)         489,198             Staff Training Division  (7) 339,970
(   179)      4,055,551 (175)      4,970,792
Program Administration
Family and Children's Services Division
(     63)      1,166,781                  (75) 1,464,449
(     28)         500,437             Community Projects Division (12) 308,879
(      7)         554,797             Pharmacare Division  (28) 569,228
(     23)         467,462             Health Care Division (8) 198,029
(     19)         536,517             Income Assistance Division (18) 336,274
(   140)      3,225,994 (141)      2,876,859
Community Service
(1,289)    25,216,569              Field operations  (2,642) 54,749,066
22,582,756              Vancouver operations  —
Employment Co-ordinators, PREP Pro-
— gram (55) 1,268,298
162,274              Special projects   146,635
(     80)      1,804,242 Island Youth Centre  —
(     17) 323,757 Guthrie Centre   —
(       1) 42,146 Royal Victoria Group Home (2) 37,183
(1,387)    50,131,744 (2,699)    56,201,182
(1,706)    57,413,289 Total vote (3,015) 64,048,833
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
44,160                 Deputy Minister   53,192
36,480                 Associate Deputy Minister   38,880
Drug Marketing  Consultant,  Health
— Security Program  30,492
(      2)          40,584                 Special Consultant, Human Resources 21,720
 H 218
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 153-
—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
$
43,476
43,476
(
4)
126,588
(
4)
115,440
(
3)
82,788
(
17)
412,008
13,200
12,240
26,040
64,800
32,640
(
2)
30,036
(
1)
17,256
(
1)
23,813
(
5)
90,359
22,428
24,576
21,420
14,304
1)
20,940
1)
20,940
3)
53,640
7)
119,328
4)
63,180
84)
1,272,774
2)
46,224
2)
41,856
187,644
109)
2,228,904
34)
623,622
463)
8,127,812
4)
56,904
(     20)
(   165)
(     18)
( 2)
( 4)
( 14)
( 4)
6)
2)
( 7)
( 13)
( 30)
( 73)
( 65)
( 46)
( 4)
290,202
161,304
2,352,100
231,076
187,476
18,972
44,400
77,904
209,208
63,720
12,816
21,336
18,768
102,354
31,968
105,012
181,476
376,584
822,096
650,706
426,930
40,872
Staff
Medical Officer 4	
Medical Officer 3 	
Medical Specialist/Administrator 2 ...
Medical Specialist/Administrator 1 ...
Program Manager 4 (7)
Program Manager 3  (2)
Program Manager 2 (9)
Program Manager 1  (18)
Program Administrator 5 	
Executive Secretary 2 	
Executive Secretary 1 	
Personnel Officer 5 	
Personnel Officer 3   (3)
Personnel Officer 2 (2)
Nurse 1 	
Public Health Nurse 1 	
Community Nurse 3 	
Pharmacist 4 	
Pharmacist 1 	
Teacher  5b  	
Librarian 2 	
Economist 2 	
Research Officer 5
Research Officer 3
Research Officer 1
Child Care Counsellor 7
Child Care Counsellor 6
Child Care Counsellor 5
Estimates, 1978/79
$
38,978
35,597
44,531
39,288
232,032
58,800
249,180
482,136
24,960
15,300
14,100
26,832
65,760
31,500
-(2)
-(2)
Child Care Counsellor 4 (6)
Child Care Counsellor 3  (6)
Child Care Counsellor 2 (310)
Child Care Counsellor 1  (10)
Psychologist 3
Psychologist 2
Social Worker
Social Worker
Social Worker
Social Worker
-(4)
.....(8)
-(163)
...(53)
.(852)
Social Worker  I  	
Assistant Social Worker 2 (22)
Youth Services Team Leader (2)
Youth Services Worker (21)
Mothers Help Worker 	
Home Service Worker  (2)
Rehabilitation Officer 2  (50)
Rehabilitation Officer 1  (12)
Financial Assistance Worker 2 (369)
Financial Assistance Worker 1  (5)
Case Aide  (14)
Nutritionist 3 	
Administrative Officer 5 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 1
Audit Accountant 5 	
Audit Accountant 4 	
Audit Accountant 3 	
Audit Accountant 2 	
Audit Accountant 1 	
Clerk 6 	
-(3)
-(4)
-(22)
-(13)
-(3)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk 1 	
Switchboard Operator 2
...(17)
...(11)
-(26)
-(122)
-(153)
-(115)
-....(3)
19,296
19,428
35,191
22,068
28,896
28,896
25,229
16,242
49,341
126,722
116,500
5,356,513
153,999
117,878
26,829
229,304
4,057,649
1,160,812
18,024,935
395,127
44,944
391,640
12,678
26,841
949,991
192,912
6,242,331
79,656
218,006
22,381
28,182
70,356
86,808
420,093
15,227
26,178
23,565
285,659
59,978
18,414
290,133
182,472
386,874
1,649,142
1,944,657
1,343,287
35,978
 HUMAN RESOURCES
H 219
Vote 153—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
53)
63)
108)
162)
5)
2)
3)
(       7)
(       1)
2)
1)
8)
1)
2)
1)
(       2)
$
629,541
706,020
1,131,768
1,681,230
49,044
25,536
35,826
12,372
84,336
11,856
11,016
13,212
25,032
11,988
90,240
11,418
22,656
10,740
16,224
26,784
15,948
(1,706)    25,251,947
64,509
(1,706)    25,316,456
21,565,884
1,967,411
4,335,541
1,460,230
242,363
109,500
2,202,867
184,350
17,797
10,890
57,413,289
Staff
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (65)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (69)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (135)
Clerk-Typist 2 (240)
Clerk-Typist 1  (2)
Stockman 4	
Stockman 2 	
Custodial Attendant 2
Custodial Attendant 1  (6)
Building Service Worker 1 	
Food Service Worker 1 	
Cook 3 	
Cook 2	
Cook 1  (3)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
912,415
928,316
1,782,683
3,150,209
23,239
13,855
14,721
86,067
14,109
15,683
House Matron
(9)
Housekeeper—Home Supervisor 1 ..
Orderly 1 	
Health Care Worker 2
Painter 	
(3)
Building Maintenance Man	
Mechanic 3 	
-(4)
Other allowances
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
44,022
122,561
34,858
19,181
61,644
18,869
(3,015)    53,804,948
(3,015)    53,804,948
(20) Professional and special services
(30)  Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment ...
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
2,117,593
3,121,691
1,806,454
1,699,500
323,115
406,140
407,977
356,240
3,920
1,255
64,048,833
 H 220 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 154
SERVICES TO FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Description
Foster Home Program and children-in-care—Provides good substitute parenting to meet
the physical, emotional, and social needs of children who require foster parents. Also provides
for the purchase of any goods or services necessary for the well-being of any child in the care
of the Superintendent of Child Welfare, which is not covered by any other program.
Child Protection Program—Provides for the protection of children from physical and
mental cruelty, the safeguarding of the young, the amelioration of family conditions that lead
to neglect of children, and the care and control of children in need of protection.
Adoption Program—Provides for care of new-born infants in hospital while awaiting
adoption, and other related expenses.
Specialized Treatment Resources—Provides specialized care and treatment for children in
need because of serious emotional or behavioural difficulties, or because of physical and mental
handicaps.   The goal is to restore the child to as normal a life-style as possible.
Group and Therapeutic Homes Program:
Group homes—Provide skilled effective parenting or child care services to children
who, because of emotional or behavioural difficulties, cannot remain in their own
or foster homes but who are able to function as members of the community. The
goal is to resolve the child's problems to the point where he can return to his own
home or to a foster home.
Therapeutic homes—-Provide a short-term placement in a private home for a child
in need of specialized intensive care services because of emotional or behavioural
difficulties.  The goal is to return the child to his own home or to a foster or
group home.
Rehabilitation resources—A program funded jointly by the Ministries of Education and
Human Resources to enable young people who are experiencing great difficulty at school, or
who have dropped out of school, to acquire basic academic and social skills which will make
it possible for them to re-enter the school system or proceed to further training or employment.
Special services to children—Provides counselling or other supportive services to children
and their families to enable children to grow up successfully in their own homes or communities;
and, through early intervention, to assist families to remain together where there is risk of a
child or children being removed from the home.
Child Day Care Program—Provides day care services for children up to 12 years of age
during a prolonged family illness or other crisis, or enables the parent(s) to work or attend an
educational institution.
Craft Therapy Program—This is a program limited to the Victoria area which provides
counselling services for children using woodwork and other crafts as a focus for activities.
Parent Encouragement Program—This program, limited to the Victoria area, provides
counselling and supportive services to foster parents and natural parents to improve the type
of care given to children.
Infant Development Program—Provides home-based services for developmentally delayed
infants from 0 to 3 years of age to optimize their development and continuing participation in
a full range of community activities.
Emergency Homemaker Services Program—Provides household management and child
care services to keep families together in time of emotional, mental, or physical stress.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
Foster Home Program and children-in-
15,649,516                 care   15,649,700
24,463             Child Protection Program  74,800
91,566             Adoption Program  119,100
14,597,889             Specialized treatment resources —(190) 17,752,361
Group homes and therapeutic homes	
11,096,394                  (23) 11,756,362
2,083,185             Rehabilitation resources  2,630,200
3,200,000             Special services to children  4,007,900
11,114,212             Child Day Care Program (22) 15,069,648
1,850             Craft Therapy Program  2,000
7,455             Parent Encouragement Program  8,070
236,690             Infant Development Program  387,490
12,017,135             Emergency homemaker services (34) 4,222,897
70,120,355 Total vote (269) 71,680,528
 HUMAN RESOURCES
H 221
Vote 154—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Teacher 3a (3) 66,001
Child Care Counsellor 5  21,301
Child Care Counsellor 4 (12) 240,328
Child Care Counsellor 3   18,753
Child Care Counsellor 2 (113) 2,214,114
Child Care Counsellor 1  (9) 134,512
Social Worker 3   25,151
Social Worker 2 (9) 195,086
Assistant Social Worker 2  17,296
Youth Services Worker  16,671
Mothers' Help Worker (14) 159,587
Home Service Worker (12) 152,746
Day Care Supervisors (8) 83,752
Day Care Worker (12) 96,329
Administrative Officer 1   19,988
Clerk 4 (2) 31,810
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (5) 68,151
Clerk-Typist 2  13,875
Custodial Attendant 1 (12) 173,680
Cook 2 (10) 158,900
Cook 1 (7) 90,898
Housekeeper—Home Supervisor 1 	
 (22) 330,581
Building Maintenance Worker —(12) 190,279
(269) 4,519,789
843,280
14,521
14,483,904
59,030
97,801
1,200
10,335
54,610,284
70,120,355
(04) Salaries—temporary   4,561,200
(10) Travel expense  —
(20) Professional and special services   14,480,055
(40) Advertising and publications  64,700
(50) Materials and supplies   568,380
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   1,300
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 12,295
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  47,472,809
71,680,528
 H 222 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 155
COMMUNITY PROIECTS
Description
Residential care—Provides for the cost of community-based residential care for the physically handicapped, retarded, and those needing short-term rehabilitation.
Achievement centres 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 opportunities to seniors for social and recreational
activities as well as inexpensive lunches and snacks.
Seniors' Counselling Service Program—Provides a service wherein a volunteer Senior Citizen Counsellor is available to discuss issues of concern to seniors, and to assist the senior citizens
in obtaining access to services and resources.
Community Grants Program—Provides funding for community-based projects operated by
nonprofit societies and recommended by the Ministry's field staff through the Regional Managers.
Projects include information centres, crisis centres and related services, family life counselling,
youth services, and various others.
Work activity projects—Provides funding to assist persons who need training to prepare
them for employment.
Community Human Resources and Health centres—Provides for direct client service in
various communities, where there are joint offices of the Ministries of Health and Human
Resources.
Assistance for the retarded—Provides grants to various organizations to operate programs
especially to help retarded children and adults.
Burns Lake Community Development Association—Provides a community-based social
development project to assist native Indians to prepare themselves for employment. The project is also intended to support the economic development thrust of the Burns Lake Native
Development Association.
Handicapped Guild—Provides leadership to the many achievement centres and workshops
to assist in management, purchasing, sales, and distribution so that the workshops can become
as productive as possible.
Living Independently for Equality (L.I.F.E.)—Provides services to community living boards
to assist handicapped persons in institutions to move to the community in order to live as
independently as possible.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
41,429,855              Residential care  (10) 12,038,411
3,581,085             Achievement centres for handicapped  3,837,866
749,786             Seniors' Day Centres Program  894,740
129,322              Seniors' Counselling Service Program  109,800
6,555,226              Community Grants Program  6,790,579
1,250,000              Work activity projects (7) 1,359,388
Community Human Resource and Health
405,489                 centres  395,200
160,520             Assistance for the retarded  91,145
Burns  Lake  Community  Development
206,800                  Association   223,344
— Handicapped Guild   625,000
— Living Independently for Equality  450,000
54,468,083 Total vote  (17) 26,815,473
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Child Care Counsellor 1 (5) 86,796
Social Worker 2 (2) 34,680
Transition House Worker (10) 125,673
(17) 247,149
Transfers from other ministries   30,000
(17) 277,149
 HUMAN RESOURCES
H 223
Vote 155—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
76,560
56,641,523
2,250,000
54,468,083
(04)
(10)
(20)
(50)
(60)
(75)
(80)
(99)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Materials and supplies	
Rentals—outside suppliers
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 	
Recoveries  (Credit)
Estimates, 1978/79
$
154,533
1,000
126,450
38,000
46,450
4,500
26,441,024
273,633
26,815,473
Vote 156
HEALTH SERVICES
Description
Pharmacare Program—Provides a subsidy toward the cost of drugs for residents of British
Columbia.
Health Care Program—Provides coverage of the health needs of all recipients of income
assistance, GAIN for seniors, GAIN for handicapped, and children-in-care.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
25,998,875
11,101,125
37,100,000
Activity
Pharmacare Program
Health Care Program
Total vote ..
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
33,600,000
11,732,296
45,332,296
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
37,100,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies .    45,332,296
 H 224
Vote 157
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
GAIN PROGRAMS
Description
GAIN for seniors and handicapped—Provides a minimum guaranteed income for persons
age 60 years and over and for handicapped persons in need.
Income assistance program—Provides financial assistance in the form of a basic allowance
and special allowances to British Columbians who are unable to provide for themselves.
Special allowances include grants for work incentives, special needs, educational upgrading and
vocational training, dietary and prenatal, transportation, and others. Also providing financial
assistance and comfort allowances to persons in adult care facilities, boarding-homes, and
hostels.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
108,852,520
193,920,046
302,772,566
Activity
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
GAIN for seniors and handicapped  101,221,773
Income Assistance Program   176,651,491
Total vote
277,873,264
302,772,566
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(80)  Grants, contributions, and subsidies  277,873,264
 HUMAN RESOURCES
H 225
Vote 158
SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE RETARDED
Description
Woodlands, Tranquille, and Glendale—Institutions which provide residential care, nursing
care, and special schooling for retarded children and adults.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   999)    20,095,903
(  493)      9,183,894
9,967,594
(1,492)    39,247,391
Activity
Woodlands School
Tranquille Lodge .
Glendale 	
Staff
-(1,018)
-(476)
Total vote
-(1,494)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
23,330,313
10,223,634
9,875,828
43,429,775
(
9)
362,207
(
4)
129,940
(
1)
43,603
(
1)
39,853
(
2)
57,240
(
2)
50,951
(
2)
43,200
(
1)
18,600
36,542
14,820
(
1)
17,220
(
6)
124,915
(
8)
150,269
513,861
871,530
1,764,645
(
281)
3,938,896
(
1)
17,255
(
1)
17,892
29,220
19,068
15,816
(
2)
28,822
12,311
21,420
17,868
(
4)
67,500
21,480
75,936
68,375
20,940
57,696
25,823
(
3)
72,072
(
3)
67,698
(
3)
60,074
(
1)
15,528
45,600
20,940
(
2)
37,938
(
10)
168,432
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Medical Officer 4 (2)
Medical Officer 3  (4)
Medical Officer 2	
Medical Specialist/Administrator 3 (3)
Medical Specialist/Administrator 2 (3)
Medical Specialist/Administrator 1 (2)
Program Manager 2	
Program Manager 1 (2)
Personnel Officer 3  (2)
Program Administrator 4	
Program Administrator 2 (2)
Hospital Housekeeper 2	
Supervisor,   Industrial   Therapy   and
Trades, Woodlands	
Nurse 6  (8)
Nurse 5  (5)
Nurse 4  (29)
Nurse 3  (51)
Nurse 2  (100)
Nurse  1  (290)
Public Health Nurse 1	
Community Mental Health Nurse 1 _
Community Nurse 3  (2)
Dental Officer 2	
Pharmacist 2 	
Pharmacist 1 	
Physiotherapist 3 	
Physiotherapist 2  	
Physiotherapist  1  	
Laboratory Scientist 3 	
Laboratory Scientist 2 	
Teacher 5b 	
Teacher 5a (3)
Teacher 4b 	
Teacher 3b (4)
Teacher 2b (4)
Co-ordinator of Vocational Services,
Woodlands School 	
Psychologist 5  (2)
Psychologist 4 	
Psychologist 3  (4)
Psychologist 2  (4)
Psychologist 1 	
Assistant Psychologist  (2)
Psychiatric Social Worker 5  (2)
Psychiatric Social Worker 4 	
Psychiatric Social Worker 3  (5)
Psychiatric Social Worker 2 (2)
Psychiatric Social Worker 1	
82,440
132,900
144,252
135,504
78,576
30,300
55,752
45,360
39,120
15,540
18,780
175,986
104,076
570,072
999,660
1,749,876
4,591,978
38,592
30,960
20,208
19,428
17,784
14,412
15,564
25,229
21,107
26,958
59,082
22,401
84,291
77,868
24,670
67,731
28,259
109,300
90,319
22,381
32,614
53,658
24,670
102,714
41,674
16,307
 H 226
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 158—Continued
Staff
2)
1)
(        2)
(        2)
Estimated, 1977/78
$
35,760
14,480
12,732
25,162
35,760
15,768
17,880
31,296
13,740
12,408
22,235
17,480
32,560
6)
11)
2)
2)
13)
11)
8)
2)
(   1)
(  33)
12)
22)
2)
3)
9)
6)
66)
59)
(  12)
460)
1)
13,500
41,060
36,884
66,444
113,280
9,755
12,092
22,988
68,988
19,084
24,192
147,090
111,355
80,082
19,512
14,180
13,440
25,388
9,972
14,285
12,048
438,672
375,412
52,128
50,306
12,311
427,015
13,096
16,212
13,212
37,730
141,840
244,489
24,094
34,776
100,328
68,472
631,443
665,720
41,400
39,636
113,989
144,914
14,262
12,696
37,053
5,605,641
14,340
12,219
16,428
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Social Worker 2  (4) 84,476
Social Worker 1  (2) 38,078
Rehabilitation Officer 1   16,373
Case Aide   15,930
Dietitian 2  (2) 42,238
Speech Therapist 1   18,661
Occupational Therapist 2  18,102
Occupational Therapist 1 (2) 35,828
Medical Technologist 3   17,634
Dental Assistant 2   14,760
Administrative Officer 4  26,178
Administrative Officer 3   23,565
Administrative Officer 2  —
Administrative Officer 1  20,652
Co-ordinator of Volunteers 2  17,425
Co-ordinator of Volunteers 1  16,021
Patrolman 1   16,021
Clerk  5   (3) 49,385
Clerk 4   (3) 44,586
Clerk  3    (8) 107,408
Clerk 2  (13) 155,411
Clerk 1     11,677
Medical Records Technician   14,396
Switchboard Operator 3   (2) 27,388
Switchboard Operator 2  (7) 84,526
Switchboard Operator 1   —
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3) 43,189
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (12) 162,849
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (8) 99,899
Clerk-Typist 2  (9) 111,594
Clerk-Typist 1   11,418
Stockman 5   16,828
Stockman 4   15,956
Stockman 3   (2) 30,170
Stockman 2   14,018
Stockman   1    —
Laboratory Technician 3  17,387
Building Security Officer 1  14,343
Building Maintenance Worker 2 (37) 522,098
Building Maintenance Worker 1 (30) 398,167
Building Service Worker 4 (4) 61,902
Building Service Worker 3  (4) 59,821
Building Service Worker 2  14,643
Building Service Worker 1  (36) 507,389
Hospital Housekeeper 1   15,553
Laundry Worker 5   19,169
Laundry Worker 4   15,683
Laundry Worker 3  (3) 44,866
Laundry Worker 2 (11) 155,125
Laundry Worker 1 (23) 305,662
Sewing-machine Operator 3  (2) 28,686
Sewing-machine Operator 2  (3) 41,434
Sewing-machine Operator 1  (9) 119,621
Food Service Worker 3 (9) 125,434
Food Service Worker 2 (38) 495,332
Food Service Worker 1 (85) 1,122,512
Cook 4  (3) 49,119
Cook 3 (3) 47,050
Cook 2  (9) 133,899
Cook 1  (11) 156,932
Meat Cutter   16,476
Hairgroomer 2   15,085
Hairgroomer 1  (3) 44,086
Health Care Worker 1 (458) 6,777,055
Co-ordinator of Volunteers 2  —
Co-ordinator of Volunteers 1  .. 14,812
Activity Worker 6   19,428
 HUMAN RESOURCES
H 227
Vote 158—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
8)
13)
5)
$
28,892
111,385
172,650
62,427
12,378
16,764
15,864
15,057
14,616
15,156
14,616
16,044
118,693
12,096
(1,492)    20,373,348
388,305
(1,492)    20,761,653
3,623,865
89,845
1,190,914
50,832
24,837
2,563,421
65,650
610,394
10,265,980
39,247,391
Activity Worker 5
Activity Worker 4
Activity Worker 3
Activity Worker 2
Activity Worker 1
Carpenter
Staff
-(2)
-(9)
-(8)
-(9)
Welder-Fabricator  	
Building Maintenance Worker (4)
Mechanic 2 	
Upholsterer and Furniture Repairman,
Industrial Therapy, Woodlands	
Orthopaedic Shoemaker 2	
Orthopaedic Shoemaker 1 	
Foreman 3 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$
34,980
147,654
124,234
132,416
13,472
19,806
18,766
63,621
17,842
Machine Operator
Labourer 1 	
-(9)
Other allowances
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
(90) Other expenditure 	
17,322
17,946
17,322
18,986
140,922
14,396
(1,494)    23,639,447
(1,494)    23,639,447
4,281,837
105,350
1,467,645
81,324
40,430
1,620
2,800,615
92,840
3,618
721,655
10,160,886
32,508
43,429,775
Vote 159
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and
maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
10,195,255
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
19,373,175
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
10,195,255    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers     19,373,175
 H 228 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 160
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
599,000 Total vote  3,816,414
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
599,000    (25) Data systems and processing      3,816,414
 LABOUR
H 229
MINISTRY OF LABOUR
Estimated,
1977/78
$
131,284
1,632,508
28,036,112
1,179,094
2,583,042
402,488
1,147,204
905,205
181,000
36,197,937
657,803
35,540,134
Vote
No.
Summary
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
Minister's Office	
Ministerial Administration and Support Services	
Job Training and Employment Opportunity Program	
Occupational Environment and Compensation Advisory Services 	
Collective Bargaining and Labour Standards Program	
Human Rights Programs 	
Labour Relations Board	
Essential Services Advisory Agency
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings .
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
140,241
2,795,211
29,308,710
1,503,301
2,622,380
507,351
1,197,304
300,000
1,384,760
638,202
40,397,460
40,397,460
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 230
Vote 161
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the administrative and operating expenditures for the office of the Minister
of Labour. Additionally, funds are provided for the office of the Co-ordinator of Provincial
Native Indian Programs.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      7) 131,284
Total vote
Staff
-(7)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
140,241
(  7)
24,000
15,744
24,420
11,868
12,096
10,824
10,332
109,284
12,500
7,000
2,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister of Labour 	
Secretary to Minister .
Program Manager 1 _.
Executive Secretary 1
Clerk-Stenographer 4 .
Clerk-Stenographer 3 .
Clerk-Stenographer 2
24,000
16,344
26,664
13,920
13,199
11,801
12,633
(7)
(10) Travel expense	
(30) Office expense	
(35) Office furniture and equipment
118,561
12,580
9,100
131,284
140,241
 LABOUR
H 231
Vote 162
MINISTERIAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
Provides for the Ministry's senior management and administrative staff, including the
offices of the Deputy Minister and Assistant Deputy Minister. Ancillary programs provided for
in this vote include general administrative activities of finance, personnel, information services,
and research and planning.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(
14)
14)
25)
719,860
385,920
526,728
(    53)      1,632,508
Activity
Staff
Ministerial and program management —
 - (16)
Finance, personnel and information (15)
Research and planning (19)
Total vote
-(50)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
915,021
1,403,258
476,932
2,795,211
3)
2)
3)
1)
7)
1)
5)
3)
1)
53)
44,160
31,400
72,840
98,190
54,168
13,200
35,310
23,880
23,472
45,900
63,312
118,986
14,304
18,780
37,200
54,552
20,004
9,756
24,192
33,516
51,786
10,200
18,900
918,008
20,500
195,000
105,000
153,500
57,000
24,500
125,000
10,000
14,000
10,000
1,632,508
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(80)
(90)
Assistant Deputy Minister
Associate Deputy Minister
Program Manager 5	
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 2	
Program Manager 1 	
Executive Secretary 2 	
Executive  Secretary   1  	
Personnel Officer 4
Personnel Officer 2
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
Public Information Officer 3
Research Officer 5 	
Research Officer 4 	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2 	
Research Officer 1 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3  	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1  	
-(2)
-(3)
-(5)
-(3)
-(4)
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
-(2)
-(4)
-(5)
■ (2)
-(2)
(50)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications —
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
Other expenditure 	
46,392
34,692
74,640
35,040
64,440
25,200
15,300
26,340
25,080
15,720
31,016
55,245
74,058
100,699
22,160
43,702
53,650
24,994
11,677
28,792
51,458
62,285
23,706
22,628
968,914
709,847
195,000
87,250
255,000
55,300
13,300
400,000
10,000
100,000
600
2,795,211
 H 232
Vote 163
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
JOB TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS
Description
Provides for the principal training and employment programs for which this Ministry has
responsibility. Included in these responsibilities are the planning and management of pre-
apprenticeship, apprenticeship, and industrial training programs, trade schools administration,
and development of Provincial policies relating to immigration matters. This vote also provides
the administrative capability for the Provincial Government's direct employment opportunity
programs, and the funds for the 1978 Summer Youth Employment Program.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
98)
7)
13)
$
12,291,960
454,072
15,213,638
76,442
(   121)    28,036,112
Activity
Staff
-(94)
Apprenticeship training	
Industrial training and immigration	
Employment Opportunity Programs (14)
Trade schools administration  (3)
Total vote (111)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
13,455,537
283,000
15,480,283
89,890
29,308,710
( 4)
( 12)
( ID
( 30)
( 4)
( 3)
( 2)
( 14)
( 1)
( 19)
2)
3)
63,294
108,000
257,316
242,850
599,748
66,168
21,786
20,448
18,780
46,512
30,888
24,348
11,496
140,928
9,450
24,192
65,640
196,080
19,956
29,232
(   121)      1,997,112
20,500
157,000
30,000
64,500
25,000
25,000
72,000
15,715,000
9,930,000
28,036,112
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4 (2)
Program Manager 2 (3)
Apprenticeship and Industrial Training
Counsellor 4 (5)
Apprenticeship and Industrial Training
Counsellor 3 (13)
Apprenticeship and Industrial Training
Counsellor 2 (28)
Apprenticeship and Industrial Training
Counsellor 1	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 1 (4)
Clerk 6  (2)
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2  (17)
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (6)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (23)
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(111) "
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications  _.
(55) Motor-vehicles  	
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies
(90) Other expenditure	
65,292
86,328
144,683
347,370
667,146
26,178
24,098
22,160
75,417
36,544
15,728
11,677
203,233
28,792
79,174
286,765
12,497
2,133,082
60,500
214,500
20,000
163,900
26,000
25,000
50,000
16,838,808
9,776,920
29,308,710
 LABOUR
H 233
Vote 164
OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND COMPENSATION ADVISORY SERVICES
Description
Provides advisory services to individuals and commercial and industrial establishments
throughout the Province in terms of standards and regulations pertaining to occupational environments and elevating devices. Additionally, the Compensation Advisory Services Program, which assists employees and employers with respect to compensation matters, is included
in this vote.
Staff
Estimated, 1977/78
22)
5)
598,654
478,104
102,336
(     54)      1,179,094
Activity
Staff
Occupational Environment Program .
Elevating devices 	
Compensation advisory services  (8)
-(27)
-(23)
Total vote
-(58)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
697,914
618,467
186,920
1,503,301
21,420
25,000
(
2)
49,224
53,040
(
1)
22,236
<
16)
331,128
(
1)
19,152
(
17)
351,024
(
4)
64,266
12,096
(
1)
10,464
(
5)
52,248
10,332
(
1)
10,464
(
54)
1,032,094
98,000
5,500
15,500
12,000
12,000
4,000
1,179,094
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Employers' Adviser—Workers' Compensation   24,996
Compensation Consultant, Labour .... 24,996
Technician 4  (3) 86,807
Program Manager 2 (2) 57,468
Administrative Officer 4  (2) 52,358
Inspector of Elevators 2  (17) 418,966
Inspector of Elevators 1   —
Inspector of Factories 2  (21) 498,610
Inspector of Factories 1   —
Clerk 4    15,943
Clerk 2   11,677
Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3) 38,323
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (4) 49,528
Clerk-Typist 2   12,633
Clerk-Typist 1   —
(58) 1,306,701
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment _
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(75) Acquisition of machinery and equipment
130,000
10,200
25,900
10,000
2,500
14,000
4,000
1,503,301
 H 234
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 165
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND LABOUR STANDARDS PROGRAM
Description
Provides services to labour and management groups in British Columbia pertaining to
collective bargaining, including mediation and arbitration activities. The development and
administration of employment standards programs and labour education activities are provided
in this vote.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
1,916,302             Labour standards  (97) 2,039,174
(     18)         466,432             Mediation services  (14) 414,823
(       5)         111,732             Arbitration and special services  (3) 78,005
88,576             Labour education  (2) 90,378
(   122)      2,583,042                            Total vote  (116) 2,622,380
(
1)
22,080
(
3)
93,888
(
3)
91,596
(
11)
292,068
20,472
20,448
66,708
(
21)
429,408
(
17)
310,812
(
19)
313,884
(
5)
71,610
14,184
(
3)
29,652
47,232
(
16)
180,216
125,268
9,756
(
122)
2,139,282
233,660
(10)
28,000
(20)
67,900
(30)
28,000
(35)
1,200
(50)
35,000
(55)
50,000
(80)
2,583,042
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Special   Consultant   to   Minister   of
Labour   —
Program Manager 4 (2) 70,104
Program Manager 3  (2) 63,540
Program Manager 2 (10) 291,768
Program Manager 1   23,184
Research Officer 3  25,229
Administrative Officer 3   24,098
Industrial Relations Officer 5 ......(3) 73,260
Industrial Relations Officer 4 ....(20) 429,600
Industrial Relations Officer 3 ....(16) 308,952
Industrial Relations Officer 2 ....(26) 440,640
Industrial Relations Officer 1   —
Clerk 5   16,828
Clerk 2  (2) 24,300
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (4) 56,232
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (14) 189,512
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (12) 150,456
Switchboard Operator 1   11,677
(116) 2,199,380
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment.
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles  -	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies
242,500
10,500
60,000
14,000
1,000
45,000
50,000
2,622,380
 LABOUR
H 235
Vote 166
HUMAN RIGHTS PROGRAMS
Description
Provides for the various human rights programs offered by the Government, including the
administration of the Human Rights Code of British Columbia. The activities of the Human
Rights Commission and Boards of Inquiry are provided for in this vote.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     19) 402,488
(     19)
402,488
Activity
Staff
Human Rights Commission  (2)
Human Rights Branch  (18)
Total vote
-(20)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
81,455
425,896
507,351
(       3)
(     19)
29,100
23,310
17,214
138,564
24,192
32,112
20,796
285,288
45,000
35,000
7,000
14,700
5,000
1,500
9,000
402,488
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3 	
Program Administrator 5	
Administrative Officer 1
Public Information Officer 2 .
Industrial Relations Officer 2
Clerk 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
--(9)
--(2)
-(2)
-(2)
(20)
(07) Fees and allowances-
(10) Travel expense
-boards, courts ....
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles   	
31,776
24,960
18,356
18,356
165,582
28,454
14,018
26,554
24,695
352,751
63,000
49,900
7,000
17,000
7,000
1,700
9,000
507,351
 H 236
Vote 167
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD
Description
Provides for the administration of the Labour Relations Board and the legislative jurisdiction of the Board as established by the Labour Code of British Columbia.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       7)       1,147,204
Total vote
Staff
-(7)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,197,304
(  7)
44,160
230,044
274,204
590,000
120,000
57,000
5,000
27,000
20,000
10,000
15,000
29,000
1,147,204
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman, Labour Relation Board .... 46,392
Vice-Chairman,   Labour   Relations
Board  (6) 241,152
(7)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(40) Advertising and publications
(50) Materials and supplies	
(90)  Other expenditure 	
Professional and special services
Office expense .
287,544
593,760
130,000
60,000
9,000
35,000
15,000
2,000
15,000
50,000
1,197,304
Vote 168
ESSENTIAL SERVICES ADVISORY AGENCY
Description
Provides for the payment of remuneration to members and the expenses of the agency as
established under the Essential Services Disputes Act.
Estimated, 1977/78
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
300,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services 	
(30) Office expense
(50) -
(60)
(90)
Materials and supplies	
Rentals—outside  suppliers
Other expenditure 	
100,000
85,000
40,000
25,000
15,000
10,000
15,000
10,000
300,000
 LABOUR
H 237
Vote 169
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
905,205
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,384,760
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
905,205    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       1,384,760
Vote 170
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
181,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
638,202
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
181,000    (25) Data systems and processing  638,202
  MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
H 239
MINISTRY OF MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
Estimated,
Vote
1977/78
No.
$
86,016
171
896,803
172
4,273,605
173
1,424,616
174
54,000
175
1,000,000
176
215,000
177
82,000
178
200,000
179
60,000
180
325,000
181
538,614
182
118,000
183
9,273,654
712,728
8,560,926
Summary
Minister's Office 	
Deputy Minister's Office	
Mineral Resources Branch	
Petroleum Resources Branch _.__
Grants and Subsidies Program	
Mineral Road Program	
Prospectors' Assistance Program
Mineral Research Program
Mineral Data Program
Mineral Employment Program	
Energy Resource Evaluation Program
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
87,861
1,145,667
4,392,165
1,400,434
585,250
900,000
215,000
77,000
155,000
60,000
351,300
772,436
315,100
10,457,213
10,457,213
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 240 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 171
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Mines and Petroleum Resources, including his
salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $                                                                                           Staff $ $
(      4) 86,016 Total vote (4) 87,861
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister of Mines and Petroleum Re-
24,000 sources  24,000
19,500 Ministerial Executive Assistant  19,500
15,744 Secretary to Minister  16,836
11,772 Clerk-Stenographer 4  13,525
(      4) 71,016 (4) 73,861
12,500 (10) Travel expense  11,500
1,500 (30) Office expense  1,500
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,000
86,016 87,861
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
H 241
Vote 172
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides executive direction for the Ministry. Staff includes executive officers, personnel
officer, and support staff of the Administrative Services Division and the Mineral Revenue
Division.   Included are the operating budgets of these and other divisions of the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
11)
23)
(    36)
63,780
428,680
404,343
896,803
Activity
Executive and staff
Staff
-(2)
Administration and support services
Mineral Revenue Division	
Total vote  (39)
-(16)
(21)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
67,230
672,359
406,078
1,145,667
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1)
1)
3)
2)
3)
2)
1)
1)
6)
43,080
29,400
13,200
12,015
30,000
18,696
39,180
18,414
18,048
37,008
75,504
40,494
24,342
33,312
20,004
11,934
10,464
62,748
9,360
( 36)   547,203
60,800
7,500
57,800
50,000
53,200
4,300
1,500
2,000
112,500
896,803
(01)
Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister 	
Program Manager 4 ...
Executive Secretary 2
Executive Secretary 1
Personnel Officer 3 	
Research Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Audit Accountant 4 ...
Audit Accountant 3 —
Clerk 6 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(04) Salaries—temporary
(07) Fees and allowances-
(10) Travel expense
-(2)
-(2)
-(5)
-(2)
(4)
-(5)
-(3)
.-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
-(2)
(39)
-boards, courts
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
45,480
31,488
15,300
22,140
48,338
22,160
25,138
40,120
90,880
33,421
58,950
66,422
36,797
21,887
27,596
24,995
19,260
12,497
11,098
653,967
70,600
5,000
76,100
9,600
67,600
5,000
98,500
39,500
100,000
19,800
1,145,667
 H 242
Vote 173
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MINERAL RESOURCES BRANCH
Description
The Geological Division makes a wide variety of geological studies of mineralized and
coal-bearing areas, publishes data concerning mineral deposits, makes mineral potential assessments of the mining and exploration industry.
The Inspection and Engineering Division has responsibility to administer the Coal Mines
Regulation Act and the Mines Regulation Act. ..This Division provides regulation and technical
advice in environmental control, mine reclamation, and mine safety.
The Titles Division, whose responsibility is to administer the Coal Act, Mineral Act, and
Placer Mining Act, handles the recording of mineral claims, issuance and renewal of coal
licences and leases, as well as placer leases for the 24 mining divisions throughout the Province.
The Economics and Planning Division carries out economic analyses and compiles and disseminates mineral statistics.
Staff
Estimated, 1977/78
$
53,321
1,544,924
( 63)
( 50)
(  14)
1,618,148
741,542
315,670
(   179)      4,273,605
Activity
Executive and staff
Geological Division
Staff
-(2)
-(50)
Inspection and Engineering Division..
 (60)
Titles Division  (38)
Economics and Planning Division (11)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
57,900
1,589,158
1,781,422
690,763
272,922
Total vote
-(161)
4,392,165
30,000
63,792
(
2)
57,720
12,015
(
3)
93,564
(
15)
420,167
(
4)
95,280
(
3)
58,212
93,564
200,820
299,880
(
2)
42,096
24,576
(
4)
84,258
17,868
22,428
49,152
21,400
(
3)
49,116
(
1)
15,624
22,236
35,724
17,484
15,444
41,244
(
4)
49,140
(
4)
43,920
(
13)
143,604
(
1)
9,648
46,632
(
9)
99,960
105,906
(
5)
52,092
(
10)
94,894
15,816
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Associate Deputy Minister
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 3
Executive Secretary 1
Agriculturist 3 	
Engineer 6	
Engineer 5	
Engineer 4 	
Engineer 3 	
Geologist 6  	
Geologist 5 	
Geologist 4 	
Geologist 3
-(2)
-(3)
-(16)
-(5)
-(2)
-(3)
-(7)
-(12)
Laboratory Scientist 5
Laboratory Scientist 4
Laboratory Scientist 3
Laboratory Scientist 2
Economist 2 	
Research Officer 5
Research Officer 4
(3)
-(2)
Research Officer 2 (2)
Research Officer 1 	
Administrative Officer 4 	
Administrative Officer 2 	
Administrative Officer 1 	
Systems Analyst 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
-(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1
-(3)
-(8)
-(4)
-(6)
Laboratory Technician 4
 (9)
■ (7)
____.._(6)
35,100
83,630
89,940
13,800
19,824
40,986
446,964
121,116
39,192
93,564
198,972
306,036
22,692
28,896
27,622
75,689
19,338
30,236
57,794
24.123
37,830
26,178
21,301
20,652
20,652
18,272
48,950
15,085
39,529
99,981
57,396
81,515
113,456
86,078
68,833
18,714
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
H 243
Staff
Vote 173—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
$
14,868
13,416
13,332
15,672
94,324
127,464
100,008
31,344
57,000
86,214
22,344
97,572
1)
5)
7)
(  2)
( 179)
3,218,834
5,262
1,044
( 179)  3,225,140
133,600
402,800
88,500
54,000
29,865
112,000
114,000
63,700
50,000
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff
Laboratory Technician 3
Laboratory Technician 1
Engineering Aide 2
Engineering Assistant 	
Technician 3 	
Technician 2 	
Technician 1 	
Technical Assistant 4 	
Technical Assistant 3  	
Technical Assistant 2 —
Technical Assistant  1  	
Co-ordinator   of   Rescue
Mines 	
-(2)
-(3)
-(8)
-(6)
-(2)
-(4)
-(7)
Training,
 (6)
Isolation allowance
Other allowances	
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure 	
17,608
15,930
15,826
34,371
72,907
172,631
118,216
37,090
67,586
103,590
116,481
(161)      3,322,172
(161)      3,322,172
154,222
465,081
79,400
64,040
49,175
4,500
83,075
73,650
95,850
1,000
4,273,605
4,392,165
 H 244 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 174
PETROLEUM RESOURCES BRANCH
Description
Provides for costs of the Petroleum Resources Branch, consisting of administration, Engineering, Geological, and Titles Divisions, as well as the Mediation and Arbitration Board.
Under the direction of the Associate Deputy Minister the Branch is responsible for the administration of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, 1965, the Drilling Reservation Regulations, the
Petroleum Development Road Regulations, the Geophysical Regulations, and the Underground
Storage Act, 1964. All operations related to drilling and production and seismic exploration
are continually inspected by Branch staff. Comprehensive open and confidential records of
drilling and production operations are maintained. Geological and geophysical reports submitted by industry are retained for study and all core and bit cuttings obtained from every well
drilled are stored for examination by both Branch and industry personnel.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
Activity
68,474 Executive and staff .
791,275 Engineering Division
(     16) 345,911 Geological Division .
(     11) 177,956 Titles Division
41,000 Mediation and Arbitration Board	
(     59)      1,424,616 Total vote
Estimates,
1978/79
Staff
$
$
(2)
53,800
-(30)
830,071
-(12)
280,500
(10)
195,063
	
41,000
(54)
1,400,434
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
34,500 Associate Deputy Minister   37,200
57,240 Program Manager 3  (2) 63,864
12,240 Executive Secretary 1   14,100
93,564 Engineer 6  (3) 93,564
2) 50,376 Engineer 4  (3) 74,916
3) 61,500 Engineer 3   22,692
2) 59,064 Geologist 6   31,188
3) 83,520 Geologist 5  (2) 56,880
3)           73,956 Geologist 4  (2) 50,376
22,692 Geologist 3   22,692
20,448 Administrative Officer 3   24,098
13,788 Clerk 5   16,828
(       2)           24,048 Clerk 4   13,694
22,440 Clerk 3  (2) 27,049
41,724 Clerk 2  (4) 49,294
11,352 Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
10,704 Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,043
10,704 Clerk-Stenographer 2   13,043
27,972 Clerk-Typist 1   (3) 32,965
14,784 Engineering Aide 3   17,517
26,664 Engineering Aide 2  (2) 31,653
(       1)           13,332 Engineering Assistant  —
20,916 Technician 3    24,644
(       7)         134,064 Technician 2  (8) 169,744
16,668 Technician 1   19,702
15,672 Technical Assistant 4   18,545
65,634 Technical Assistant 3  (5) 80,031
24,156 Technical Assistant 2  (2) 30,859
12,060 Technical Assistant 1   14,357
(     59)      1,075,782                                                                       (54)      1,078,934
6,534 Other allowances   —
(     59)      1,082,316 (54)      1,078,934
19,000 (04) Salaries—temporary    39,200
32,000 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts — 36,000
67,900 (10) Travel expense   56,400
86,600 (20) Professional and special services  84,600
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
H 245
Vote 174—Continued
'mated, 1977/78
$
25,000
(30)
8,000
(35)
24,000
(40)
40,800
(50)
19,000
(60)
20,000
(75)
1,424,616
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Rentals—outside suppliers
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Estimates, 1978/79
$
23,000
8,200
9,000
39,100
21,000
5,000
1,400,434
Vote 175
GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES PROGRAM
Description
Provides funds for mine rescue competitions through grants to Mine Safety Associations
throughout the Province.
Grants are provided to Chambers of Mines to support their work in training of prospectors
and dissemination of information regarding exploration and prospecting in the Province.
Payments for blister or refined copper produced in a smelter or refinery within British
Columbia, as authorized by the Copper Smelting and Refining Incentive Act, are also provided
for in this program.
Estimated, 1977/78
Activity
Estimates, 1978/79
54,000
Chamber of Mines and Mine Safety
Association 	
85,250
54,000
Copper Smelting and Refining Incentive
Act	
Total vote	
500,000
585,250
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
54,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies         585,250
 H 246 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 176
MINERAL ROAD PROGRAM
Description
A continuing program of constructing and maintaining exploration access roads to areas
of high mineral and petroleum production potential.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
1,000,000 Total vote   900,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (20) Professional and special services  20,000
1,000,000    (70) Acquisition—land and buildings         880,000
1,000,000 900,000
Vote 177
PROSPECTORS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Description
Provides grants for prospecting and specialized training and retraining to qualified prospectors under the Prospectors' Assistance Act.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
215,000 Total vote  215,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
—           (10) Travel expense  1,000
30,000    (20) Professional and special services  24,000
185,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  190,000
215,000 215,000
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
H 247
Vote 178
MINERAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
Description
Covers the cost of special and professional services in relation to coal and mineral research
and research in mine reclamation.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
82,000
82,000
Activity
Coal research 	
Reclamation research
Mineral research	
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
20,000
37,000
20,000
77,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(10) Travel expense
82,000    (20) Professional and special services
— (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers	
82,000
4,500
67,500
5,000
77,000
Vote 179
MINERAL DATA PROGRAM
Description
Continues existing Federal-Provincial aeromagnetic surveys, geophysical analyses, and age
determinations and development of mineral inventory files.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
200,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
155,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
170,000    (20) Professional and special services         140,000
30,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  15,000
200,000
155,000
 H 248
Vote 180
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
MINERAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
Description
Provides support to students of the Rossland Mining School.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
60,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
60,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
60,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  60,000
Vote 181
ENERGY RESOURCE EVALUATION PROGRAM
Description
Provides for coal and uranium resource evaluation; funds to cover costs of field projects,
coal inventory and data storage, drill core collections and storage, research and testing, and
geochemical studies.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
325,000
325,000
Activity
Coal resource evaluation 	
Uranium Reconnaissance Program	
Total vote 	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
236,300
115,000
351,300
241,600
20,000
43,400
20,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary	
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(50) Materials and supplies
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
47,300
40,400
169,100
20,000
48,500
26,000
325,000
351,300
 MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
H 249
Vote 182
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
538,614
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
772,436
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
538,614    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers         772,436
Vote 183
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
118,000
Total vote	
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
315,100
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
118,000    (25) Data systems and processing         315,100
  MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND HOUSING
MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND HOUSING
H 251
Estimated^
1977/78
$
147,856
6,861,776
106,677,000
34,000,000
51,771,734
361,115
23,000,000
50,000
542,638
255,000
223,667,119
649,818
223,017,301
Vote
No.
Summary
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
Minister's Office	
Office of the Deputy Minister—Municipal Affairs ,	
Grants, Contributions, and Subsidies—Municipal Affairs    40,700,000
Estimates,
1978/79
$
153,456
8,518,528
Revenue Sharing Fund
Office of the Deputy Minister-
Central Ministry Services
-Housing
Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters and Renters' Tax Credit...
Mobile Home Registry
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry	
138,300,000
38,122,106
449,243
28,996,905
443,764
889,521
525,890
257,099,413
257,099,413
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 252 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 184
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, including his
salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $                                                                                           Staff $ $
(       8) 147,856 Total vote (8) 153,456
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister  of  Municipal  Affairs  and
24,000                    Housing  24,000
39,100                 Ministerial Executive Assistant —(2) 39,000
15,744                 Secretary to Minister  16,836
— Executive Secretary 2  13,200
(       1)           12,240                 Executive Secretary 1  —
12,096                 Clerk-Stenographer 4  12,948
— Clerk-Stenographer 2  11,925
— Clerk-Stenographer 1  11,547
(      2)          20,676                Clerk-Typist 2  —
(      8)        123,856 (8)        129,456
12,500 (10) Travel expense  12,500
10,000 (30) Office expense  10,000
1,500 (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,500
147,856 153,456
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND HOUSING
H 253
Vote 185
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER—MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Description
Deputy Minister's Office—Provides executive direction and research services for the Ministry, including the offices of the Deputy Minister, the Associate Deputy Minister, the Executive
Officer, and research staff.
Administrative services—Provides for general administrative review and processing of bylaws of municipalities, regional districts, and improvement districts requiring Provincial approval
of registration. The program includes the review of municipal boundary revisions and the
processing of land use and related by-laws, and extends to general review of administrative
practices and procedures of local governments, together with special programs respecting building regulations and metric conversion.
Financial management—Provides financial analysis and review of municipal, regional district, and improvement district budgets, borrowing proposals, financial statements, and financial
returns. The program extends to analysis and review of financial practices and procedures of
local governments, together with the preparation of statistical data relating to all aspects of
local government finance, and includes the preparation of Ministerial estimates and the control
of Ministerial expenditures.
Planning services—Provides for the review, support, and advancement of community and
regional planning processes in municipalities and regional districts. The program extends to
the co-ordination of Provincial planning policies, proposals, and initiatives with local government planning activities.
Islands Trust—Provides for the administration of the Islands Trust Act.
Transit management services—Provides for executive direction of the Transit Services
Division and Crown corporations under the Transit Services Act, including provisions for subsidies to public transportation operations. The program includes administration and implementation of the transit services provisions of the Provincial Rapid Transit Subsidy Act, the
Transit Services Act, and the Provincial Transit Fund Act.
Transit Services Demand Program—Provides for the research of transit needs, formulation
of proposals, and the preparation of service design, including liaison with local and other
government agencies on community planning implications for passenger services and the development of specifications for transit service supply programs.
Transit Services Supply Program—Provides for the operational direction of the Crown
corporations in the transit services programs under the Transit Services Act. The program
provides for the development of operational design for transit operations and projects.
Est
mated, 1977/78
Staff
$
(     15)
359,698
(     19)
337,326
(     16)
320,758
(     18)
460,512
299,620
(       2)
4,473,472
(       1)
422,228
(       1)
188,162
(     80)
6,861,776
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister's office (10)
Administrative services (21)
Financial management (17)
Planning services  (19)
Islands Trust  . (8)
Transit management services  (7)
Transit Demand Program  (3)
Transit Supply Program (2)
Total vote
-(87)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
305,757
381,849
388,762
671,536
356,256
6,051,679
253,246
109,443
8,518,528
-(2)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
44,160 Deputy Minister	
66,600 Program Manager 5	
29,400 Program Manager 4	
(      4) 116,400 Program Manager 3	
(      1) 26,640 Program Manager 2	
(      3) 66,600 Program Manager 1	
13,200 Executive Secretary 2	
35,760 Executive Secretary 1	
(      4) 100,824 Planning Officer 4 	
(       1) 24,576 Planning Officer 3 	
101,652 Planning Officer 2	
34,956 Planning Officer 1	
-(3)
-(2)
-(3)
-(3)
-(2)
-(5)
-(2)
46,560
71,400
31,800
94,320
54,672
13,860
37,320
85,351
57,794
111,895
42,214
 H 254
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 185—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
48,048
37,764
1)
3)
( 3)
( 1)
(       2)
(       3)
( 6)
( 5)
( 1)
( 1)
23,952
66,708
199,848
32,238
17,832
47,340
12,648
25,980
13,788
53,550
22,992
32,832
22,440
68,832
50,592
9,864
10,200
(     80)       1,458,216
166,260
65,000
115,000
465,000
18,000
30,500
130,500
7,800
4,400,000
5,500
6,861,776
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(60)
(80)
(90)
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $
Research Officer 5 (2) 57,792
Research Officer 3 (2) 43,700
Research Officer 2  18,492
Research Officer 1 (4) 64,971
Administrative Officer 5   —
Administrative Officer 4 (4) 102,635
Administrative Officer 3 (10) 228,280
Administrative Officer 1 (2) 36,933
Technician 2   21,055
Technician 1  (2) 34,878
Technical Assistant 3  (3) 47,585
Technical Assistant 2   15,826
Clerk 6   17,296
Clerk 5  (4) 63,794
Clerk 4  (2) 28,271
Clerk 3  (4) 51,101
Clerk 2  12,198
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2) 25,877
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (8) 108,356
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (3) 36,431
Clerk-Stenographer 1   —
Clerk-Typist 2 (4) 50,384
Clerk-Typist 1   11,314
(87) 1,724,355
Salaries—temporary   	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies
Other expenditure	
11,388
65,000
179,720
958,100
10,000
31,765
60,500
12,000
5,455,000
10,700
8,518,528
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND HOUSING H 255
Vote 186
GRANTS, CONTRIBUTIONS, AND SUBSIDIES—MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Description
Provides for grants and subsidies under the provisions of the Provincial Home-owner Grant
Act and the Sewerage Facilities Assistance Act, together with grants and administrative aid in
delivery of the various municipal and regional district services.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $                        $
68,300,000             Per capita, Municipalities Aid Act  —
1,300,000             Per capita, population catch-up  —
3,000,000             Local services to Provincial property  500,000
Municipal    governments'    home-owner
14,250,000                 grants   14,500,000
Unorganized territory home-owner
2,050,000                  grants   2,100,000
1,200,000             General grants   1,600,000
484,000             Administrative grants   —
493,000             Planning grants  ..  —
15,600,000              Sewerage Facilities Assistance Act  22,000,000
106,677,000 Total vote   40,700,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
106,677,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies     40,700,000
Vote 187
REVENUE SHARING FUND
Description
Provides for the transfer of funds to the Revenue Sharing Fund in accordance with the
provisions of the Revenue Sharing Act. Expenditures are made from the Revenue Sharing
Fund in respect of various grants and subsidies to municipalities and regional districts.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
34,000,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
138,300,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
34,000,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies 138,300,000
 H 256
Vote 188
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER—HOUSING
Description
Provides for over-all policy direction of the Housing Section of the Ministry, including
administrative services and technical staff required to administer specific program activities;
funds for grants and subsidies for purposes related to housing; contributions for the purpose
of creating and maintaining housing accommodation through Government and community-
sponsored projects.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   165)    51,771,734
Total vote
Staff
-(158)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
38,122,106
2)
4)
(     10)
(       2)
3)
2)
( 2)
( 1)
( 3)
( 4)
5)
3)
( 37)
( ID
( 1)
( 22)
2)
3)
(     10)
43,080
34,500
65,736
111,444
261,756
44,400
12,240
11,640
44,208
22,080
81,542
40,382
21,420
24,576
79,932
37,560
17,484
53,544
64,206
20,448
50,748
25,632
62,748
14,784
72,252
41,016
97,104
402,816
112,584
27,780
11,496
237,864
20,436
28,620
29.976
94,200
( 165)  2,422,234
71,000
159,000
125,000
49,000
25,000
200,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister 	
Associate Deputy Minister	
Program Manager 5	
Program Manager 3
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(60)
 (3)
Program Manager 2  (8)
Program Manager 1  (2)
Executive Secretary 2	
Executive Secretary 1	
Program Administrator 5	
Program Administrator 4  _
Architect 4 	
Architect 3 	
Engineer 5 	
Engineer 4	
Engineer 3
Planning Officer 2 	
Economist 3  	
Research Officer 2  (5)
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 4 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2  (10)
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 4
Property Negotiator 3 	
Property Negotiator 1 	
Technician 3 	
-(3)
-(2)
-(3)
Technical Assistant 3 	
Clerk 6 (3)
Clerk 5 (5)
Clerk 4   (8)
Clerk 3 (38)
Clerk 2  (13)
Clerk 1 (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (14)
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 1 (4)
Clerk-Typist 2  (3)
Clerk-Typist 1  (12)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
45,480
36,900
35,796
93,560
229,680
47,328
15,000
12,840
23,160
26,796
21,816
29,004
23,580
20,574
25,229
33,136
101,921
28,182
208,908
20,652
17,425
62,853
30,456
73,934
17,632
52,904
80.833
117,404
497,238
160.965
32,785
27,713
185,026
45,595
36,101
135,122
(158)      2,653,528
56,706
198,014
126,900
104,690
24,691
218,500
11,130
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND HOUSING
H 257
Vote 188—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
— (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 9,000
48,720,500 (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies    34,183,947
— (90) Other expenditure         535,000
51,771,734
38,122,106
Vote 189
CENTRAL MINISTRY SERVICES
Description
Provides for general services required by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     20) 361,115
Staff
Total vote (21)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
449,243
(  1)
(  2)
(  2)
(  2)
18,060
25,517
14,388
39,924
11,496
55,572
20,436
18,276
20,928
18,618
(  20)   243,215
11,000
900
100,000
1,000
5,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 1 	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Accounting Officer 2	
Clerk 6	
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Switchboard Operator 2
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense
-(3)
-(5)
-(3)
-(2)
-(3)
(21)
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(55) Motor-vehicles  	
25,512
22,680
17,543
48,275
13,694
66,443
35,815
22,088
12,497
38,963
303,510
8,980
5,078
120,700
5,975
5,000
361,115
449,243
 H 258 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 190
SHELTER AID FOR ELDERLY RENTERS AND RENTERS' TAX CREDIT
Description
Provides for rental assistance to senior citizens based upon a reasonable distribution of
income and rent, and the renters' tax credits.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
— Administration  (10) 296,905
6,000,000             Shelter aid for elderly renters  12,200,000
17,000,000             Renters' tax credit   16,500,000
23,000,000                            Total vote  (10) 28,996,905
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
— Administrative Officer 2   22,160
— Clerk 5  15,728
— Clerk 4  14,207
— Clerk 3  (6) 77,432
— Clerk-Stenographer 1   11,418
— (10) 140,945
— (04) Salaries—temporary    65,500
— (10) Travel expense   960
— (30) Office expense   36,000
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
— (40) Advertising and publications   50,000
23,000,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies — 28,700,000
— (90) Other expenditure  1,500
23,000,000 28,996,905
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AND HOUSING
H 259
Vote 191
MOBILE HOME REGISTRY
Description
Provides for the approving of registration of title and other claims to mobile homes and
retrieval of title information.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
50,000
Total vote
Staff
-(9)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
443,764
50,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 3  (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
— (04)
— (10)
— (20)
— (30)
— (35)
— (40)
50,000    (80)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
(9)
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Grants, contributions, and subsidies
22,160
62,762
11,925
11,677
10,988
119,512
170,752
1,000
18,000
31,500
3,000
100,000
443,764
Vote 192
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
542,638
Total vote
Estimates. 1978/79
$ $
889,521
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
542,638    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers         889,521
 H 260 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 193
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
255,000 Total vote   525,890
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
255,000    (25) Data systems and processing         525,890
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 261
MINISTRY OF THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND
TRAVEL INDUSTRY
Estimated,
Vote
1977/78
No.
$
155,690
194
339,252
195
806,242
196
4,529,088
197
646,994
198
742,620
199
10
200
131,888
201
454,184
202
60,420
203
2S0.0OO
204
2,910,000
205
580,236
206
1,347,486
207
—
208
10
209
13,200,000
210
3,659,102
211
200,000
212
150,000
213
96,354
214
215
10,500
50,000
216
63,380
217
4,237,780
218
1,185,068
219
174,720
220
588,182
221
5,496,452
222
450,000
223
42,545,658
1,139,410
41,406,248
Summary
Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry:
Minister's Office 	
General Administration —
Central Microfilm Bureau
Postal Branch
Legislative Library	
Provincial  Archives  	
Queen's Printer	
Government House  ,	
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House
Indian Advisory Act	
Public Inquiries Act
Grants, Special Services, and Events
Provincial Elections Act 	
Provincial Emergency Programme
Captain Cook Bi-centennial
British Columbia Lottery Branch	
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation
Provincial Museum and Resource Museums 	
Government Publications 	
Public Information
Legislative Tour Guides 	
Queen Elizabeth II British Columbia Centennial Scholarship
Ant 	
Flood ReliSf Act	
General Administration—Travel Industry 	
Travel Division 	
Beautiful British Columbia Magazine	
California and London Offices ,	
Film and Photographic Branch	
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Estimates,
1978/79
$
212,278
446,525
1,126,743
5,858,024
757,136
1,087,626
10
164,489
519,548
65,807
500,000
3,100,000
931,102
1,534,542
1,000,000
10
13,200,000
3,980,358
201,759
205,054
144,086
19,000
50,000
60,992
7,746,708
1,345,931
230,073
781,008
7,514,080
1,400,000
54,182,889
54,182,889
2,564,830 224
266,600 225
2,831,430
274,554
2,556,876
Public Service Commission:
Administration
Public Service Adjudication Board
Less staff reduction salary savings
2,895,352
285,393
3,180,745
3,180,745
1,153,661 226
45,120,000 227
135,000 228
50,000   .	
15,922,391
62,381,052
162,261
62,218,791
106,181,915
229
Superannuation Branch:
Administration 	
  1,387,888
Public Service Superannuation and Retirement Benefits  51,280,000
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act 140,000
Municipal Superannuation Act  —
Employee Benefits   22,154,026
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry
74,961,914
74,961,914
132,325,548
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation ot the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 262 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
Vote 194
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Provincial Secretary, including her salary and expenses and
those of her immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $ $
(      7) 155,690 Total vote  (10) 212,278
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Provincial Secretary and Minister of
24,000                    Travel Industry   24,000
(       1)           19,500                 Ministerial Executive Assistant _..(2) 39,000
24,000                 Special Project Officer   24,000
(       1)           15,750                 Secretary to Minister  (2) 33,180
(       2)           23,856                 Clerk-Stenographer 4   —
(       1)            10,584                  Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2) 24,995
—                        Clerk-Typist 2  (2) 23,603
(       7) 117,690 (10) 168,778
12,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   13,000
15,000 (10) Travel expense   18,000
10,000 (30) Office expense   10,000
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
— (50) Materials and supplies   500
155,690 212,278
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 263
Vote 195
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides for executive and over-all direction of the Ministry as well as administrative support and other services to the Ministry, including administration of the personnel sections, secretarial services to the Executive Council, and indexing, research, and control of all Orders in
Council.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     17) 339,252
Total vote
Staff
-(21)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
446,525
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(       1)
(       3)
(     17)
46,800
12,240
16,320
23,952
61,344
17,484
14,184
12,696
10,200
10,944
34,200
21,888
282,252
13,000
16,000
1,500
22,500
3,000
1,000
339,252
(01)
Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
Executive Secretary 2 	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Personnel Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 5	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Public Information Officer 2
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3   	
Clerk 2 	
.-..(3)
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2)
Clerk-Typist 2 	
(21)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies	
49,200
15,300
23,280
13,920
18,510
28,182
72,295
20,652
16,828
15,605
13,355
12,198
27,551
27,388
22,836
11,925
389,025
14,000
16,000
1,000
22,500
3,000
1,000
446,525
 H 264
Vote 196
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
CENTRAL MICROFILM BUREAU
Description
Provides a microfilming and information service centre for all ministries of Government.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     49) 806,242
Total vote
Staff
(59)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,126,743
(       1)
( 20)
( 9)
(       6)
3)
2)
(     49)
(     49)
18,780
15,444
12,696
50,556
187,062
95,016
59,880
14,784
33,180
22,620
510,018
924
510,942
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 2
Clerk 1
Microfilm Operator 2	
Microfilm Operator 1 	
Photographic Technician 4
Photographic Technician 3
Photographic Technician 2
Photographic Technician 1
Other allowances
-(5)
-(27)
-(10)
-(7)
-(5)
(59)
24,098
18,272
15,085
61,917
299,934
127,301
85,658
17,517
14,357
66,404
730,543
1,000
(59)
731,543
127,000
4,000
200
4,500
5,600
115,000
39,000
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(60)
(75)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery  and  equipment
141,700
4,000
400
4,500
5,600
125,000
75,000
39,000
806,242
1,126,743
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 265
Vote 197
POSTAL BRANCH
Description
Provides mail services to all ministries of Government in the Province of British Columbia,
including costs of postage.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     31)      4,529,088
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ $
.(42) 5,858,024
2)
23)
1)
IT)
31)
20,448
30,024
297,756
49,632
12,408
410,268
120
410,388
30,000
17,000
4,000,000
4,500
1,700
5,500
5,000
40,000
15,000
4,529,088
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)
Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer
Postal Clerk 3	
Postal Clerk 2	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Driver 	
Machine Operator 1
Other allowances
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
-(5)
-(29)
-(4)
-(2)
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
24,098
88,010
443,160
11,942
59,043
29,521
(42) 655,774
(42) 655,774
78,550
20,000
5,000,000
5,000
1,700
7,000
10,000
50,000
30,000
5,858,024
 H 266 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 198
LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY
Description
Provides library and reference services to Members of the Legislative Assembly, the
Executive Council, and research staffs of the Public Service, and offers full cataloguing services
to several ministries of Government.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $ Staff $ $
(    35)        646,994 Total vote (32) 757,136
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
27,600 Program Manager 3   29,568
24,576 Librarian 5   28,896
63,786 Librarian 3  (3) 75,689
(      9)         157,644 Librarian 2 (11) 227,240
(       4)           58,860 Librarian 1   —
34,344 Clerk 3 (3) 40,744
(       6)           60,162 Clerk 2 (2) 23,766
27,696 Clerk 1  ..._.(3) 33,006
11,496 Clerk-Stenographer 3   12,770
— Clerk-Typist 2 (3) 37,766
28,782 Clerk-Typist 1  (3) 34,098
12,048 Library Attendant  14,343
(    35)        506,994                                                                   (32)        557,886
— Other allowances  10,000
(     35) 506,994 (32) 567,886
20,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   20,000
4,000 (10) Travel expense  4,500
2,000 (20) Professional and special services  33,200
14,000 (30) Office expense   14,000
4,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  4,300
— (40)  Advertising and publications  1,000
90,000 (50) Materials and supplies  97,050
— (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  10,100
6,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 5,100
646,994 757,136
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 267
Vote 199
PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES
Description
Provides a record of the history and development of the Province through its extensive
library, manuscript, and map collections, as well as visual records of photographs, lithographs,
paintings of significance, and tape-recorded cultural and historical materials.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     35) 742,620
Total vote
Staff
-(40)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,087,626
( 1)
( 1)
( 3)
( 4)
( 1)
( 1)
( 1)
( 1)
1)
1)
2)
3)
1)
1)
1)
30,600
23,472
21,420
55,260
62,496
21,420
15,624
22,950
20,946
15,288
23,544
15,672
14,784
13,332
12,060
22,992
30,312
9,168
12,696
10,584
9,972
39,780
12,048
(     35) 526,420
19,200
17,200
9,500
28,500
9,600
47,500
67,300
27,400
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3 	
Archivist 4  (2)
Archivist 3  (2)
Archivist 2  (12)
Archivist 1 	
Librarian 3 	
Librarian 2 	
Librarian 1 	
Research Officer 4	
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 1	
Museum Technician 6 	
Curator, Helmcken House and Craigflower Manor  (2)
Photographer 3 	
Photographer 2  (2)
Photographer 1 	
Photographic Technician 2 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (2)
Clerk-Typist 2  (3)
Clerk-Typist 1 (4)
Library Attendant	
^40T~
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(75)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense	
Office furniture and equipment _
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
Acquisition—machinery and  equipment
32,160
55,245
50,459
238,646
25,229
21,588
22,018
28,038
18,545
33,344
14,357
15,085
13,694
12,497
11,209
26,601
35,926
47,702
14,343
716,686
47,400
20,200
39,800
31,000
13,950
73,500
120,590
24,500
742,620
1,087,626
 H 268 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 200
QUEEN'S PRINTER
Description
Provides for the printing needs of the Government and for the printing and stationery
supplies to all Government ministries and agencies, and sales of statutes and Gazette advertising to the public.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $ Staff $ $
(     20) 10 Total vote (27) 10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
30,600 Program Manager 3   32,160
23,952 Administrative Officer 5  28,182
20,448 Administrative Officer 3  24,098
15,444 Clerk 6  18,272
14,184 Clerk 5  15,085
12,696 Clerk 4  15,085
(      4)           44,952 Clerk 3 (5) 66,781
(      2)           19,080 Clerk 2  12,347
— Clerk 1  11,677
12,096 Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
— Clerk-Typist 1   11,314
14,184 Stockman 5   16,828
13,440 Stockman 4   15,956
(       4)           49,584 Stockman 3  (5) 74,942
— Stockman 2  (3) 41,630
— Stockman 1   11,925
12,408 Driver   14,760
(     20) 283,068 (27) 425,438
2,300,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   2,363,400
3,000 (10) Travel expense  3,000
43,000 (30) Office expense  40,000
5,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  6,300
6,500,000 (50) Materials and supplies   7,000,000
9,000 (55) Motor-vehicles  —
15,000 (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   15,000
450,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 450,000
9,608,068 10,303,138
200,000 (99) Miscellaneous receipts  (Credit) 250,000
9,408,058 (99) Recoveries from ministries (Credit)    10,053,128
10 ~~10
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 269
Vote 201
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
Description
Provides for the operation of Government House and the many official functions held there.
It is the residence of His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia.
Estimated, 1977/78
Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $
Staff
$                       $
(      4)         131,888
Total vote    . . ..
    (5)
164,489
(  4)
28,860
22,236
13,200
11,592
75,888
7,500
2,000
6,000
500
5,000
35,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Secretary to Lieutenant-Governor	
Comptroller, Government House	
Executive Secretary 2	
Clerk 2	
Housekeeper—Home Supervisor 2	
U)~
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(90) Other expenditure	
30,300
23,544
15,300
6,502
13,843
89,489
1,500
2,000
6,000
500
5,000
60,000
131,888
164,489
 H 270 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 202
AGENT-GENERAL'S OFFICE AND BRITISH COLUMBIA HOUSE
Description
Agent-General's Office—Provides for the office of the Agent-General, including his salary
and expenses and those of staff members.
British Columbia House—Provides for the operation and maintenance of British Columbia
House in London and the provision of services to tenants.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 . Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ Staff $ $
(       8) 272,584 Agent-General's Office    -(9) 310,348
181,600 British Columbia House   209,200
(       8) 454,184 Total vote  (9) 519,548
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
27,000 Agent-General    27,000
12,240 Executive Secretary 2   12,624
(       1)          22,236 Administrative Officer 4    —
— Administrative Officer 3   26,178
22,236 Public Information Officer 5   26,178
14,184 Clerk 5   16,828
12,696 Clerk 4   13,855
11,496 Clerk 3  13,694
11,496 Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,694
— Clerk-Typist 2   11,677
(       8) 133,584 (9) 161,728
90,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   98,000
53,000 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _.. 50,120
16,000 (10) Travel expense   19,000
4,500 (20) Professional and special services  11,000
17,400 (30) Office expense   14,000
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  5,000
13,000 (40) Advertising and publications   18,000
79,000 (50) Materials and supplies  87,000
7,700 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   7,700
40,000 (90) Other expenditure  48,000
454,184 519,548
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 271
Vote 203
INDIAN ADVISORY ACT
Description
Provides status and non-status Indian communities and groups with assistance in the process of self-determination and self-development and administers the First Citizens' Fund to provide financial assistance for Indian community projects.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff               $
(       2)           60,420
Staff
Total   vote    (2)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer 3 	
Clerk-Typist 1   	
Estimate
$
20,448
9,972
24,098
11,209
(       2)
30,420
4,000
5,500
500
20,000
(2)
(10) Travel expense     	
(30) Office expense   	
(35)  Office furniture and equipment	
35,307
4,000
5,500
1,000
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies
20,000
60,420
65,807
$
65,807
Vote 204
PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
Description
Provides for the appointment of Commissioners by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
to inquire into any matter connected with the good government of the Province or the conduct
of any part of related public business.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
280,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
500,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
280,000    (90) Other expenditure         500,000
 H 272 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 205
GRANTS, SPECIAL SERVICES, AND EVENTS
Description
Grants Program—Provides grants to nonprofit societies in British Columbia which are
used for the administrative and operational expenses of their Provincial headquarters. Payments are also made for the purpose of furthering approved Ministry programs.
Special services and events—Provides for costs of Government functions at Cabinet level
and also a contingency for unforeseen expenditures.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
2,730,000 Grants Program       2,600,000
180,000 Special services and events         500,000
2,910,000 Total vote   3,100,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2,730,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies 2,600,000
180,000    (90) Other expenditure          500,000
2,910,000 3,100,000
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 273
Vote 206
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
Description
Provides for the costs of the Chief Electoral Officer and Registrar of Voters.
Chief Electoral Officer—Responsible for general supervision of the administration of the
Provincial Elections Act.
Registrar of Voters—Responsible for general supervision of the registration of voters and
the preparation of the lists of voters throughout the Province.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      4) 98,304
(     10) 481,932
(     14)
580,236
Activity
Chief Electoral Officer
Registrar of Voters 	
Staff
-(3)
-(28)
Total vote (31)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
94,281
836,821
931,102
23,760
(
3)
53,544
(
1)
13,788
14,184
(
3)
36,888
(
3)
33,456
(
1)
9,540
11,076
(
14)
196,236
325,000
(04)
5,000
(10)
5,000
(20)
7,000
(30)
35,000
(35)
4,000
(50)
3,000
(60)
—
(75)
580,236
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Administrator 5 	
Administrative Officer 2	
Clerk 6 	
-(2)
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
-(6)
_(4)
-(16)
(31)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
24,960
44,321
16,828
90,515
52,930
193,523
13,525
436,602
113,500
5,000
6,000
10,000
23,000
29,000
3,000
305,000
931,102
 H 274
Vote 207
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
PROVINCIAL EMERGENCY PROGRAMME
Description
Provides for costs of the Provincial Emergency Programme, which is responsible for
developing throughout British Columbia the capability to cope and deal with disaster and
emergency situations with minimal disruption of essential services.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     39)      1,347,486
Total vote
Staff
-(38)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,534,542
(  3)
(  39)
(  39)
23,952
20,448
37,560
120,888
44,028
65,508
12,696
11,496
12,096
21,288
126,840
14,184
47,016
558,000
2,106
180
560,286
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Administrative Officer 5 	
Administrative Officer 3 	
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 6 	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3
-(2)
-(7)
-(2)
-(5)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Stockman 5 	
-(2)
-(H)
Instructor, Provincial Emergency Programme  . ( 3 )
Isolation allowance
Other allowances —
(38)
26,458
20,652
41,070
143,941
36,544
79,331
13,694
13,694
14,396
25,697
139,162
16,828
55,635
627,102
3,000
30,000
(38)
660,102
40,200
200,000
19,300
4,600
7,800
186,900
25,000
18,800
34,600
250,000
1,347,486
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services
(30)  Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications —
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
46,500
157,900
21,500
5,000
8,300
219,600
40,000
21,100
75,000
279,540
1,534,542
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 275
Vote 208
CAPTAIN COOK BI-CENTENNIAL
Description
Provides funds for the events commemorating the 200th anniversary of the landing of
Captain Cook at Nootka Sound.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies       1,000,000
Vote 209
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOTTERY BRANCH
Description
Provides for the administration costs of the Lotteries Act. The Branch administers the
Western Canada Lottery Foundation in British Columbia and is also responsible for licensing
bingos, lotteries, and other forms of social gambling in the Province. Pursuant to the Lotteries
Act, administration costs are a first charge upon the Lottery Fund, and are recovered from
the Fund.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     17) 10
Total vote
Staff
-(22)
Estimates, 1978/79
10
1)
1)
(       4)
(     17)
(     17)
28,620
19,986
15,984
14,700
13,614
12,252
43,632
40,062
11,496
18,624
218,970
2,244
221,214
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
50,000
(04)
17,000
(10)
4,000
(20)
40,000
(30)
1,200
(35)
475,000
(40)
45,000
(50)
5,000
(90)
858,404
(99)
Program Manager 2 ...
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Audit Accountant 1 _.
Clerk 5   	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Other allowances
Salaries—temporary	
Travel expense
.....(4)
-(2)
-(3)
(4)
-(2)
-(2)
(22)
(22)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications —
Materials and supplies 	
Other expenditure	
Recoveries 	
30,300
24,098
21,730
71,216
33,422
14,922
40,588
47,728
13,694
24,026
22,993
344,717
5,000
(Credit)
349,717
45,000
30,000
35,500
25,000
3,000
580,000
38,000
5,000
1,111,207
10
10
 H 276 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 210
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION
Description
Unemployment Insurance—Provides for the Provincial Government's contributions toward
the unemployment insurance premium rate for employers.
Workers' Compensation Act—Provides for the Provincial Government's contributions as
an employer toward the assessment levied by the Workers' Compensation Board. This expenditure covers accident claim costs of all Provincial Government employees. Benefits include
payment of 75 per cent of wage loss and covers full medical expenses.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $                       $
9,500,000             Unemployment Insurance   9,200,000
3,700,000             Workers' Compensation Act  4,000,000
13,200,000 Total vote   13,200,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
13,200,000    (90) Other expenditure     13,200,000
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 277
Vote 211
PROVINCIAL MUSEUM AND RESOURCE MUSEUMS
Description
Provincial Museum—The Provincial Museum is charged, under the Provincial Museum
Act, with increasing its knowledge of British Columbia's human and natural history, through
acquiring and caring for collections, research, and communicating to people the knowledge
gained.
Resource museums—Provides for the operation of Provincial resource museums.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(   107)      3,173,514
(      2) 485,588
(   109)      3,659,102
Activity
Staff
Provincial Museum  (125)
Resource museums  (4)
Total vote
-(129)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
3,597,587
382,771
3,980,358
1)
1)
6)
6)
3)
1)
(  2)
1)
7)
( 7)
( ID
( 22)
( 10)
(  2)
27,600
22,200
24,276
19,740
20,520
13,008
181,776
123,072
106,602
46,536
15,624
17,484
16,944
17,484
14,700
12,696
22,152
19,980
12,096
10,464
73,206
20,568
41,856
19,260
124,908
165,918
303,270
113,346
12,060
14,784
17,472
33,528
18,372
(   109)      1,703,502
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager I 	
Teacher 6a	
Teacher 5b	
Teacher 5a 	
Teacher 4b 	
Teacher 3b	
Teacher 1 	
Museum Curator 4
Museum Curator 3
Museum Curator 2
Museum Curator 1
Research Officer 2 ..
-(8)
-(7)
-(12)
Administrative Officer 1 	
Public Information Officer 3 .
Public Information Officer 2
Public Information Officer 1 .
Mechanic 2	
Clerk 4 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
-(3)
-(2)
-(4)
-(2)
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 (9)
Clerk-Typist 2  (2)
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Museum Technician 6	
Museum Technician 5	
Museum Technician 4 	
Museum Technician 3 	
Museum Technician 2	
Museum Technician 1 	
Engineering Assistant 	
Photographic Technician 2
Photographer 2 	
-(9)
(18)
-(31)
Foreman Carpenter 1
Carpenter 	
Electrician 	
Labourer 1 	
315,000 (04) Salaries—temporary 	
159,000 (10) Travel expense 	
215,000 (20) Professional and special services
42,500 (30) Office expense	
29,568
24,420
20,274
29,586
24,319
26,881
217,487
170,291
256,411
20,652
21,301
20,652
17,425
53,530
15,085
25,989
47,266
14,396
113,943
24,123
11,209
49,314
22,719
191,373
318,837
499,471
13,810
17,062
14,357
17,517
20,638
19,806
21,691
14,396
(129)     2,405,799
44,282
160,600
227,160
39,660
 H 278 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 211—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,600 (35) Office furniture and equipment  5,882
138,000 (40) Advertising and publications  124,650
617,000 (50) Materials and supplies  693,110
4,500 (55) Motor-vehicles    6,000
60,000 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   35,500
102,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 37,715
300,000 (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  200,000
3,659,102 3,980,358
Vote 212
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS
Description
Provides a centralized office where all Government publications authorized for public
distribution can be obtained upon request.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff               $                                                                                            Staff $ $
(       1) 200,000 Total vote  (1) 201,759
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
19,000 Administrative Officer 4   22,759
181,000    (90) Other expenditure  179,000
200,000 201,759
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 279
Vote 213
PUBLIC INFORMATION
Description
Provides information to the general public about Provincial Government programs.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     14) 150,000
Total vote ...
Staff
-(5)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
205,054
(       1)
(
(
(
10)
1)
1)
(
14)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
17,484 Public Information Officer 4  —
11,496 Clerk 4   14,018
92,840 Clerk 3  (4) 51,396
9,012 Switchboard Operator 1   —
9,168 Clerk-Typist 1     —
140,000 (5) 65,414
10,000    (90) Other expenditure  139,640
150,000 205,054
Vote 214
LEGISLATIVE TOUR GUIDES
Description
Provides a guided public information tour service to visitors to the Parliament Buildings.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       5) 96,354
Total  vote
staff
-(8)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
144,086
(       3)
(       5)
(      5)
13,056
10,704
28,092
51,852
51,852
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2
Clerk 1
Building Security Officer 1
Other allowances	
42,642    (04) Salaries—temporary
500   (10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
500    (30) Office expense
860   (50) Materials and supplies
-(5)
(8)
(8)
15,293
12,497
57,833
14,343
99,966
720
100,686
39,900
500
500
500
2,000
96,354
144,086
 H 280 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 215
QUEEN ELIZABETH II BRITISH COLUMBIA CENTENNIAL
SCHOLARSHIP ACT
Description
Provides for a scholarship to be known as the Queen Elizabeth II British Columbia Scholarship to be awarded to a graduate student of a public university of British Columbia for study
in the United Kingdom.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
10,500 Total vote   19,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
10,500    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  19,000
Vote 216
FLOOD RELIEF ACT
Description
Provides assistance under the provisions of the Flood Relief Act to those areas in British
Columbia experiencing flood damage.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
50,000 Total vote   50,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
50,000    (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  50,000
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 281
Vote 217
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—TRAVEL INDUSTRY
Description
Provides central direction for the Travel Industry functions of the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       2) 63,380
Total vote
Staff
-(2)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
60,992
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
43,080 Deputy Minister 	
Executive Secretary 2	
13,200
40,992
12,900
(      2) 56,280
4,500   (10) Travel expense
1,800    (30) Office expense
(2)
800    (35) Office furniture and equipment
53,892
4,500
1,800
800
63,380
60,992
 H 282
Vote 218
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
TRAVEL DIVISION
Description
This Division administers all internal and external travel promotion programs, travel
research programs, advertising, tourist market development, information services, and industry
training programs.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff
(     12)
6)
26)
$
2,286,746
633,489
529,244
788,301
(     44)      4,237,780
Activity
Administration 	
Printing and graphics
Market development
Staff
-(10)
 (8)
Industry development  (28)
Total vote (46)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
4,715,429
1,117,905
695,689
1,217,685
7,746,708
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
56,112
17,868
(
1)
13,680
(
2)
44,472
20,448
18,780
15,984
(
5)
84,960
(
9)
125,484
(
1)
11,496
13,056
(
1)
11,496
(
4)
45,072
(
5)
51,240
(
1)
9,090
12,096
(
1)
11,496
32,112
(
2)
19,236
11,208
(
44)
625,386
120
(
44)
625,506
263,432
123,500
170,000
35,000
5,000
1,968,142
625,000
15,000
3,200
4,000
400,000
4,237,780
(01)
Salaries—established:
Convention Co-ordinator, Recreation
and Travel .	
Program Manager 2 (2)
Research Officer 3	
Research Officer 2	
Research Officer 1	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 2	
Public Information Officer 3	
Public Information Officer 2 (7)
Public Information Officer 1 (7)
Appraiser 3	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
Stockman 2 	
-(5)
-(2)
-(4)
-(3)
-(6)
Other allowances
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(46)
(46)
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment.
(40) Advertising and publications ...
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
27,492
53,040
22,068
18,492
26,178
24,098
22,160
18,908
133,171
119,941
15,956
66,096
23,915
14,396
51,460
37,738
74,167
13,694
762,970
12,535
775,505
326,920
168,239
1,087,000
48,450
21,981
3,846,780
867,293
12,000
31,760
103,780
457,000
7,746,708
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 283
Vote 219
BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA MAGAZINE
Description
Provides for costs of publication and circulation of Beautiful British Columbia magazine
and other travel literature.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff                $
(     17)      1,185,068
Staff
Total vote ....(19)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Clerk 6 __._	
Estimates,
$
18,272
15,085
54,270
100,024
13,043
11,209
15,085
26,893
1978/79
$
1,345,931
15,012
12,552
44,868
72,984
10,704
12,696
23,568
Clerk 4               	
(       7)
Clerk 3    	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 ...   	
Clerk-Typist 1 	
.....(4)
—(8)
Stockman 3 	
Stockman 2 	
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
.....(2)
(     17)
192,384
246,684
2,000
15,000
38,000
2,000
616,000
43,000
30,000
(19)
253,881
155,800
2,000
180,000
30,550
154,300
546,400
23,000
(10) Travel expense	
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense	
(35) Office furniture and equipment...
"
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
	
1,185,068
1,345,931
 H 284 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 220
CALIFORNIA AND LONDON OFFICES
Description
Provides for the costs of operation of foreign offices to promote tourism in British Columbia.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff $ Staff $ $
55,276 British Columbia House, London _.. (2) 65,956
British Columbia House, San Francisco
56,732  (2) 83,263
British Columbia House, Los Angeles
62,712  : (2) 80,854
(       6) 174,720 Total vote (6) 230,073
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
62,352                 Administrative Officer 4 (3) 74,516
12,696                 Clerk-Stenographer 5   15,085
24,192                 Clerk-Stenographer 4  (2) 28,792
(       6) 99,240 (6) 118,393
3,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   9,000
20,000 (10) Travel expense  21,500
12,000 (30) Office expense   28,000
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,000
5,000 (40) Advertising and publications  5,700
— (55) Motor-vehicles   12,000
34,480 (90) Other expenditure  34,480
174,720 230,073
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 285
Vote 221
FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHIC BRANCH
Description
This Branch is primarily responsible for the creative development of Beautiful British
Columbia magazine, and all the film, photographic, and editorial output of the Ministry.
Staff
Estimated, 1977/78
$
188,642
224,840
95,800
78,900
9)
3)
(     19)
588,182
Activity
Staff
Administration and editorial (10)
Photographic movies (2)
Photographic stills (4)
Graphic production  (3)
Films promotion	
Total vote
-(19)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
263,191
244,205
122,052
108,360
43,200
781,008
(
1)
22,236
(
2)
34,428
11,496
19,512
11,352
9,864
14,784
14,784
13,332
47,340
47,016
(
2)
19)
28,788
(
274,932
13,750
41,000
4,000
1,000
240,000
13,500
588,182
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 2	
Administrative Officer 4	
Administrative Officer 3	
Public Information Officer 3
Public Information Officer 2
Clerk 3 ..	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Typist 2
-(2)
Laboratory Technician—Colour 	
Photographic Technician 4	
Photographic Technician 3 	
Photographer 4  (3)
Photographer 3  (3)
Photographer 2 	
(19)
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services 	
(30) Office expense	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(40)  Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
24,420
21,405
20,652
20,652
13,694
23,356
13,694
12,061
17,517
17,517
15,826
56,012
55,635
17,517
329,958
29,150
81,400
155,000
4,500
2,500
29,000
120,000
29,500
781,008
 H 286 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 222
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of building accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
5,496,452 Total vote   7,514,080
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
5,496,452    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       7,514,080
Vote 223
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
Provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data processing
and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
450,000 Total vote   1,400,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
450,000    (25) Data systems and processing        1,400,000
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
H 287
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Vote 224
ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides for the costs of the Public Service Commission.
Executive—Provides the authority and central direction to the divisions of the Public
Service Commission.
Administration and Employee Relations Division—This Division has the responsibility of
administering all regulations pursuant to the Public Servce Act.
Recruitment and Selection Division—Provides for the recruitment and selection of most
Public Service employees in the Province, based on the merit principle.
Staff Development Division—Provides training seminars, administers recognized educational programs, and administers the disbursement of funds for staff education and development of all Public Service employees.
Accident Prevention Division—Provides instructional programs, co-ordinates service-wide
safety programs, driver training, and first-aid training.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       8) 239,886
(
23)
60)
10)
388,470
1,221,482
513,198
201,794
(   108)      2,564,830
Activity
Staff
Executive   (5)
Administration and Employee Relations
Division  (19)
Recruitment and Selection Division (59)
Staff Development Division  (9)
Accident Prevention Division  (7)
Total vote  (99)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
177,746
400,699
1,531,828
537,815
247,264
2,895,352
39,300
(
4)
134,700
(
1)
30,600
25,080
13,200
(
1)
30,600
27,090
52,080
(
7)
162,120
(
22)
426,540
(
1)
14,580
20,448
32,496
20,916
35,820
(
1)
18,780
(
2)
27,624
(
1)
11,496
133,452
(
13)
133,824
(
2)
18,900
(
2)
23,436
(
4)
46,632
88,092
75,408
49,920
(
3)
28,092
(   108)
1,721,226
1,200
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister 	
Associate Deputy Minister  (2)
Program Manager 3  (2)
Program Manager 1 	
Executive Secretary 2 	
Personnel Officer 7	
Personnel Officer 6	
Personnel Officer 5	
Personnel Officer 4	
Personnel Officer 3 	
Personnel Officer 2 .—
Administrative Officer
Administrative Officer
Safety Officer 3 	
Safety Officer 2 (2)
-(2)
-(9)
-(21)
-(2)
Public Information Officer 3
Public Information Officer 2
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1 	
-(5)
-(12)
-(5)
Office Equipment Operator 2
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4 	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
Clerk-Stenographer 2 	
Clerk-Typist 2 	
Clerk-Typist  1  	
-(3)
-(8)
-(7)
-(5)
-(4)
Other allowances
(99)
41,700
70,452
64,320
27,012
15,300
25,560
54,720
219,600
417,438
24,098
38,924
24,644
42,292
17,803
16,828
71,795
161,815
60,178
12,497
13,694
41,941
105,678
86,549
61,889
39,111
1,755,838
1,200
(   108)       1,722,426
(99)      1,757,038
 H 288 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 224—Continued
Estimates, 1978/79
$
Salaries—temporary   104,174
Fees and allowances—boards, courts   20,000
Travel expense   123,950
Professional and special services  371,700
Office expense   102,900
Office furniture and equipment  9,500
Advertising and publications   329,000
Materials and supplies   53,550
Motor-vehicles   11,000
Rentals—outside suppliers   12,540
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  —
imated, 1977/78
$
18,084
(04)
20,000
(07)
80,000
(10)
320,000
(20)
86,870
(30)
12,400
(35)
225,000
(40)
33,700
(50)
4,000
(55)
8,350
(60)
34,000
(80)
2,564,830
2,895,352
Vote 225
PUBLIC SERVICE ADIUDICATION BOARD
Description
The Board's duties are to investigate, hear, and determine grievances submitted to it by an
employee, group of employees, or an agent for employees of the Government; may also be
jointly requested to act as a board of arbitration between parties to a collective agreement
between the Government and its employees.
Estimates, 1978/79
$
285,393
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff                $
(       7)         266,600
Staff
Total vote —  (7)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Chairman    .. 	
Vice-Chairman      (2)
Secretary            	
Estimate
$
40,000
72,000
13,000
18,000
20,000
40,000
72,000
12,240
Administrative Officer 1             	
17,803
Clerk-Stenographer 2 ...   (2)
23,850
(      7)
163,000
42,500
10,000
15,000
5,000
11,100
20,000
(7)
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts —
(10) Travel expense   	
(20) Professional and special services 	
(30) Office expense   —       —  ...
165,893
42,500
25,000
15,000
5,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
2,000
30,000
266,600
285,393
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
SUPERANNUATION BRANCH
H 289
Vote 226
ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides policy direction by the Superannuation Commissioner and all administrative and
support services for the operation of nine pension plans under the statutes or regulations listed
below. These services include receipt of contributions, calculation and payment of pensions
and refunds, short- and long-term investment of available funds, maintenance of accounting
and statistical records, and counselling of contributors and employers.
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.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     83)      1,153,661
Total vote
Staff
-(85)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
1,387,888
(      9)
(       3)
39,300
61,200
28,620
13,050
21,420
19,524
18,780
33,408
14,592
136,878
73,326
220,752
181,704
82,680
12,096
22,020
32,112
30,924
(     83)       1,042,386
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister
30,500
13,500
12,000
44,400
7,275
3,300
300
1,153,661
Program Manager 3 	
Program Manager 2	
Executive Secretary 2 __
Research Officer 3	
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 6	
--(2)
-(2)
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2 	
Clerk 1	
Clerk-Stenographer 4
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2	
-(10)
-(6)
-(20)
-(18)
-(10)
-(2)
-(4)
-(3)
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment ..
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
41,700
64,320
30,300
12,762
25,229
24,098
22,160
41,304
17,543
165,433
87,973
268,025
217,356
111,903
14,396
26,127
51,220
37,739
(85)       1,259,588
12,800
16,000
19,000
60,000
17,000
3,500
1,387,888
10
 H 290 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 227
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS
Description
Provides for the employer costs in respect of the Public Service Employees Superannuation
Plan, other statutory contributions, death benefits re pensioners, and Canada Pension Plan
contributions, and provides for the recovery of employer costs from other government organizations.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $                       $
Government    contributions,    Provincial
27,300,000                 Government Pension Plan  30,600,000
Government contributions, Canada Pen-
6,720,000                 sion Plan  7,480,000
100,000              Death benefits re pensioners  100,000
11,000,000             Miscellaneous statutory items  13,100,000
45,120,000 Total vote   51,280,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
49,015,000    (90) Other expenditure    52,650,000
3,895,000    (99) Recoveries  (Credit)      1,370,000
45,120,000 51,280,000
Vote 228
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SUPERANNUATION ACT
Description
Provides for the employer costs in respect of Members  of  the  Legislative  Assembly
Superannuation Plan.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
s $ $
135,000 Total vote  140,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
135,000    (90) Other expenditure   140,000
 Estimated, 1977/78
$
50,000
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY H 291
MUNICIPAL SUPERANNUATION ACT
Estimates, 1978/79
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
50,000    (90)  Other expenditure 	
 H 292
Vote 229
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Description
Administration—Administers the Extended Health and Dental Plan, the Group Life
Insurance Plan, the Medical Services Plan, the Long-term Disability Plan, grants re Public
Service, and retiring allowances for all Public Services employees.
Employee benefits—Provides for the employer's cost of employee fringe benefits for
Public Service employees, and for the recovery of certain employee and employer share of
these costs re Public Service Extended Health and Dental Plan, Public Service Group Insurance
Act, Medical Services Plan, Long-term Disability Plan, grants and retiring allowances.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(      7) 112,391
6,750,000
1,390,000
3,700,000
520,000
3,450,000
(      7)    15,922,391
Activity
Staff
Employee benefits administration ~(14)
Public   Service   Extended   Health   and
Dental Plan	
Public Service Group Insurance Act	
Medical Services Plan	
Long-term Disability Plan	
Grants re Public Service (sec. 53)
Retiring allowance (sec. 49) 	
Total vote
 (14)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
314,026
7,000,000
2,780,000
4,970,000
4,020,000
570,000
2,500,000
22,154,026
(  1)
(  1)
(  7)
22,236
14,802
12,696
37,356
11,076
98,166
1,500
1,500
11,000
225
18,145,000
2,335,000
15,922,391
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 2	
Administrative Officer 4 .
Administrative Officer 1
Clerk 6	
Clerk 5 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3	
_(2)
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(60)
(90)
(99)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
-(3)
-(2)
-(2)
(14)
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Other expenditure	
Recoveries  (Credit)
27,420
26,178
20,027
35,328
15,728
43,866
25,678
26,568
12,497
233,290
6,400
8,500
16,000
21,486
12,150
10,000
2,000
23,739,200
1,895,000
22,154,026
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
MINISTRY OF RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
H 293
Estimated,
1977/78
$
102,752
1,009,729
438,598
558,778
300,000
9,348,676
640,000
129,750
15,501,080
4,500,000
2,158,000
1,000,000
1,568,805
1,993,366
8,000,000
1,180,000
501,350
3,846,362
470,000
2,588,501
351,000
56,186,747
1,247,570
54,939,177
Vote
No.
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
Summary
Minister's Office 	
General Administration	
Information and Education
Marine Resources Branch _
Salmonid Enhancement Program
Fish and Wildlife Branch
Federal and Other Agency Programs _
Creston Valley Wildlife Management
Parks Management 	
Parks Capital
Land Acquisition—National and Provincial Parks
Youth Crew 	
Heritage Conservation Branch
Recreation and Fitness Branch
Recreation Facilities Grants
Grants-in-aid of Regional Park Development
Cultural Services Branch	
Library Services Branch
Provincial Capital Commission
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less staff reduction salary savings
Total of Ministry 	
Estimates,
1978/79
$
116,724
1,294,013
495,024
551,430
2,064,800
10,323,445
1,559,956
129,750
16,346,619
4,500,000
1,858,000
1,000,000
1,477,331
2,333,953
7,000,000
1,080,000
421,299
4,436,193
579,796
3,390,270
342,000
61,300,603
61,300,603
Note—See page H 315 for an explanation of the standard objects of expenditure.
 H 294 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 230
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
Provides for the office of the Minister of Recreation and Conservation, including his salary
and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       5) 102,752 Total vote  (5) 116,724
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Minister of Recreation and Conserva-
24,000                     tion    24,000
19,600                  Ministerial Executive Assistant   19,500
15,744                 Secretary to Minister   16,836
(       1)           13,200                 Executive Secretary 2  —
11,208                 Clerk-Stenographer 4   14,396
—                        Clerk-Stenographer 3   13,694
(       5) 83,752 (5) 88,426
— (04) Salaries—temporary   11,298
10,000 (10) Travel expense   10,000
8,000 (30) Office expense   6,000
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,000
102,752 116,724
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
H 295
Vote 231
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
Provides central direction and support services for the entire Ministry, including offices of
the Deputy and Associate Deputy Ministers, personnel administration, financial support.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(     12) 277,004
(     33) 569,195
(       7) 163,530
(     52)      1,009,729
Activity
Executive 	
Financial Services Division
Personnel 	
Mechanical services
Total vote
Staff
-(13)
-(36)
-(10)
-(8)
(67)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
368,011
523,884
188,268
213,850
1,294,013
(       2)
(       1)
(       2)
12)
6)
2)
3)
4)
1)
(     52)
43,080
69,000
33,396
28,620
13,200
24,948
39,660
21,420
13,680
20,448
18,780
17,484
15,012
48,834
131,592
61,656
18,180
24,480
34,068
31,140
37,440
13,056
759,174
141,322
22,000
29,233
24,000
3,000
1,000
30,000
1,009,729
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Deputy Minister   45,480
Associate Deputy Minister (3) 117,360
Program Manager 4   33,396
Program Manager 3   —
Program Manager 2   30,300
Executive Secretary 2   15,300
Executive Secretary  1  (2) 28,200
Personnel Officer 5   27,348
Personnel Officer 3  (4) 82,200
Economist  1    27,011
Research Officer 1   16,601
Administrative Officer 3   24,098
Administrative Officer 2  22,160
Administrative Officer 1   20,652
Mechanical Superintendent 3   24,878
Mechanical Superintendent 2  (2) 46,063
Mechanical Superintendent 1  (4) 83,584
Clerk 6  18,272
Clerk 5  15,085
Clerk 4 (4) 59,277
Clerk 3  (10) 131,190
Clerk 2 (10) 121,057
Clerk 1  (2) 22,107
Clerk-Stenographer 5   15,085
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (3) 40,913
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (2) 25,104
Clerk-Typist 2   12,061
Clerk-Typist 1  (6) 68,007
Stockman 6   —
(67)       1,172,789
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(75)
(80)
(90)
Salaries—temporary  	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services	
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 	
Other expenditure 	
300
68,100
4,000
32,500
9,224
1,000
5,500
600
1,294,013
 H 296
Vote 232
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
INFORMATION AND EDUCATION
Description
Provides information, education, and promotional activities to develop public appreciation
and understanding of the living, recreation, and historical resources of British Columbia and of
their management by the Ministry of Recreation and Conservation, and includes the maintenance of library facilities.
Estimated, 1977/78
Staff $
(       4)
6)
1)
(     14)
74,908
166,920
125,074
39,220
32,476
438,598
Activity
Administration	
Information services
Support services
Education programs
Library 	
Staff
-(7)
-(5)
_(3)
-(2)
Total vote
-(17)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
130,323
178,486
139,104
47,111
495,024
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(  1)
1)
1)
(  14)
25,548
18,720
22,236
16,940
34,968
14,280
13,740
14,004
13,330
11,496
11,496
10,200
10,464
217,422
21,476
21,100
20,500
17,500
2,000
92,500
39,600
4,500
(01)
Salaries—established:
Program Manager 2
Biologist 3 	
Librarian 1
Public Information Officer 5	
Public Information Officer 3	
Public Information Officer 2 (2)
Public Information Officer 1	
Technical Assistant 4 	
Technical Assistant 3 	
Photographer 4 	
Photographer 3 	
Photographer 2 	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 (3)
Clerk 2	
Clerk-Stenographer 3 	
(17)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles  	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
2,000    (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
27,948
22,068
22,068
26,178
20,027
41,304
15,227
18,545
19,702
16,607
13,694
40,431
11,209
12,906
438,598
307,914
25,000
45,400
21,000
1,210
51,500
31,850
1,500
9,650
495,024
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
H 297
Vote 233
MARINE RESOURCES BRANCH
Description
_ The Branch functions primarily as an economic development agency for British Columbia
fishing and other marine industries. In this capacity it acts as Provincial spokesman for the
fishing, shellfish, and marine plant industries. It serves these interests by providing representation at international negotiations and functions as a liaison between Provincial and Federal
resource agencies_ whose activities affect marine resources. Branch administration and enforcement of the Provincial Fisheries Act and the Fish Inspection Act provide protection to both the
fishery resources and the consumers of fish products.
Staff
(       3)
Estimated, 1977/78
2)
1)
1)
(      9)
77,266
35,034
188,829
53,034
124,615
80,000
558,778
Activity
Administration
Licensing 	
Shellfish 	
Fin-fish
Staff
-(4)
-(2)
(4)
(2)
Marine plant management  (2)
Federal projects (recoverable)
Total vote
(14)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
98,323
44,122
193,251
63,446
137,288
15,000
551,430
(  1)
(  1)
(  97
27,600
62,838
30,300
14,868
12,096
10,584
158,286
150,160
61,187
99,900
11,300
1,000
11,250
29,195
30,000
6,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 3 	
Biologist 3 	
Conservation Officer 3
Conservation Officer 2
Clerk 4
-(3)
_(2)
-(5)
Clerk-Stenographer 3
Clerk-Stenographer 2
Clerk-Typist 2 	
(14)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense
(20) "
(30)
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies
(60)
(75)
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
30,000
75,687
37,428
93,677
15,085
12,906
12,497
277,280
14,395
49,255
68,900
8,700
1,550
13,050
42,700
38,600
37,000
558,778
551,430
 H 298 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
Vote 234
SALMONID ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
Description
The Salmonid Enhancement Program is a Federal/Provincial program designed to double
the catch of Pacific salmon in 15 to 20 years and to vigorously protect and increase steelhead
and cutthroat stocks. SEP links all branch and regional management, fish culture, and
research activities on sea-run fish in a co-ordinated Federal/Provincial plan.
Activity
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
145,200 Project assessment and planning  225,500
94,800 Fish production evaluation .  74,500
60,000 Development of enhancement techniques 397,800
— North Central Coast enhancement  420,000
Fraser River-West Coast Vancouver Is-
— land          490,000
— Georgia-Iohnstone Strait         457,000
300,000 Total vote   2,064,800
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
212,400 (04) Salaries—temporary   964,260
42,300 (10) Travel expense   233,310
— (20) Professional and special services  33,800
— (30) Office expense  13,700
— (35) Office furniture and equipment  5,500
— (40) Advertising and publications  4,000
27,600 (50) Materials and supplies  268,830
— (55) Motor-vehicles   54,000
8,700 (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers    201,390
— (70) Acquisition—land and buildings  198,210
9,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 79,800
— (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  8,000
300,000 2,064,800
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
H 299
Vote 235
FISH AND WILDLIFE BRANCH
Description
The purpose of the Fish and Wildlife programs is to provide the public of British Columbia
with a wide range of recreational benefits through protection, enhancement, and other
management opportunities for fish and wildlife resources and the habitat upon which they are
dependent. In addition, the programs manage the commercial use of fur-bearers and fresh-water
fish and provide a variety of public services, including animal control, regulation of commercial
zoos, environmental consultant services for other Government agencies and industry, and
participate in the development of integrated regional resource plans. The Public Information
Section is responsible for providing the general public with as much information as possible
about wildlife resources within the Province, and conducts hunter training courses for persons
wishing to obtain hunting licences in British Columbia.
staff
82)
111)
32)
62)
45)
8)
Estimated, 1977/78
2,107,506
2,359,306
1,034,248
1,944,563
1,462,466
440,587
(   340)      9,348,676
Activity
Staff
Administration  (101)
Enforcement  (109)
Habitat protection  (31)
Fisheries  (67)
Wildlife   (44)
Information and education (7)
Total vote (359)
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
2,579,536
2,580,825
997,946
2,141,730
1,574,501
448,907
10,323,445
(  2)
( 14)
( 35)
( 10)
( 3)
( 14)
( 97)
(  63)
4)
1)
3)
8)
3)
5)
4)
(  12)
30,876
86,580
22,080
42,096
20,976
269,400
333,918
740,910
174,486
58,812
20,448
15,984
17,484
16,944
186,786
72,048
231,588
1,508,538
929,274
56,004
13,332
16,668
14,784
16,764
52,596
112,878
36,600
55,476
41,592
9,756
12,696
35,136
56,376
137,868
124,700
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established:
Program Manager 4	
Program Manager 2  (3)
Program Administrator 4
Engineer 3 	
,..._(10)
......(15)
.-..(36)
 (8)
 (2)
-(10)
-(4)
Forester 3
Biologist 5 	
Biologist 4 	
Biologist 3 	
Biologist 2 	
Research Officer 3 	
Research Officer 2	
Administrative Officer 3
Administrative Officer 2
Administrative Officer 1
Property Negotiator 2	
Conservation Officer 6 -
Conservation Officer 5 _
Conservation Officer 4     (10)
Conservation Officer 3  (112)
Conservation Officer 2 (49)
Conservation Officer 1 	
Engineering Assistant 	
Technician 1 	
Technical Assistant 3 	
Building Security Officer 3 	
Carpenter 	
Mechanical Superintendent 1
Clerk 5	
Clerk 4	
Clerk 3 	
Clerk 2	
Clerk 1 	
Clerk-Stenographer 5 	
Clerk-Stenographer 4  (3)
Clerk-Stenographer 3  (5)
Clerk-Stenographer 2  (13)
Clerk-Typist 2  (37)
-(10)
-(2)
-(4)
_-(8)
33,396
90,900
22,620
22,692
21,816
316,410
418,793
884,988
168,856
47,297
19,795
24,098
18,908
17,803
20,027
221,846
85,053
199,612
2,046,184
841,837
19,702
17,517
15,544
19,806
165,848
29,632
53,242
97,521
10,988
15,085
43,189
67,273
152,403
363,963
 H 300 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1978/79
Vote 235—Continued
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
(       1) 9,648 Clerk-Typist 1  (2) 16,475
14,184 Stockman 5   16,828
(   340)      5,596,286                                                                     (359)      6,627,947
35,960 Isolation allowance   38,120
(   340)      5,632,246 (359)      6,666,067
1,128,878 (04) Salaries—temporary    1,099,262
844,082 (10) Travel expense  900,771
174,224 (20) Professional and special services  118,670
220,409 (30) Office expense   226,151
47,712 (35) Office furniture and equipment  22,665
178,391 (40) Advertising and publications   189,015
510,232 (50) Materials and supplies   483,147
201,838 (55) Motor-vehicles    247,217
216,859 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  .—.. 225,876
8,170 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   15,063
135,635 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 78,741
50,000 (80)  Grants, contributions, and subsidies   50,800
9,348,676 10,323,445
Vote 236
FEDERAL AND OTHER AGENCY PROGRAMS <
Description
The main goal of this program is to undertake management projects that lessen adverse
effects upon fish and wildlife resources and their habitats as a result of project or other economic
development activities.
Estimated, 1977/78 Estimates, 1978/79
$ $ $
640,000 Total vote     1,559,956
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
221,850 (04) Salaries—temporary   249,356
55,000 (10) Travel expense   75,800
59,000 (20) Professional and special services  5,000
2,850 (30) Office expense  3,000
5,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  1,250
400 (40) Advertising and publications   2,800
93,000 (50) Materials and supplies .—i  23,250
36,000 (55) Motor-vehicles  —
44,350 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  31,000
97,650 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   1,143,000
24,900 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 22,800
— (80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies  2,700
640,000 1,559,956
 RECREATION AND CONSERVATION
H 301
Vote 237
CRESTON VALLEY WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
Description
Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority, through Federal and Provincial co-operative programs, provides intensive educational and recreational opportunities for the public of
British Columbia, together with rehabilitation of important wildlife resources of the Creston
Valley.
Estimated, 1977/78
$
129,750
Total vote
Estimates, 1978/79
$ $
129,750
19,000
2,000
2,500
47,450
3,800
55,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary   .
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery  and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions, and subsidies	
19,000
2,000
2,500
47,450
3,800
55,000
129,750
129,750
 H 302
Vote 238
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1978/79
PARKS MANAGEMENT
Description
The Parks Branch is responsible for the management, maintenance, and development of
Provincial parks