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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1979/80
Pursuant to the Provisions of the
Financial Control Act, Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960
Interim Financial Statements
For the Two Months Ended May 31,
and for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1979
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Printed by K. M. MacDonaid, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1979
  To the Honourable Henry P. Bell-Irving, D.S.O., O.B.E., E.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of the
Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the Financial Control Act,
chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960.
Respectfully submitted.
EVAN M. WOLFE
Minister of Finance
Ministry of Finance,
Victoria, July 16,1979
 Victoria, B.C., July 16, 1979
The Honourable Evan M. Wolfe,
Minister of Finance
Sir—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the Financial Control Act, chapter 22,
R.S.B.C. 1960, the following:
(A) Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the First Two Months
of the Fiscal Year 1979/80, viz., April 1, 1979 to May 31, 1979.
These statements are presented on a cash basis as brought to account
at the Treasury (section 43 (a)).
(1) Summary of Interim Statements of Revenue and Expenditure.
(2) Details of Revenue	
(3) Details of Expenditure-
(4) Expenditure (Revenue Surplus Appropriation).
(5) Statement of Special Purpose Funds	
Page
5
6
. 8
14
15
(B) Statement of Special Warrants Issued (section 25 (4))  16
(C) Statements of Expenditure for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1979
(section 43 (b)). These are preliminary, subject to minor adjustments.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Summary showing Expenditure compared with main estimates
and other authorizations	
Details of Expenditure-
Expenditure (Revenue Surplus Appropriation).
Statement of Special Purpose Funds	
17
18
28
29
Respectfully submitted.
LIONEL G.
BONNELL, CA.
Comptroller-General
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 1)
INTERIM STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE
TWO MONTHS APRIL 1, 1979, TO MAY 31, 1979
Estimated for
12 Months to
Mar. 31, 1980
Summary
Interim Period
April 1. 1979 to
May 31, 1979
2,478,000.000
618,500.000
263,450.000
235,000,000
972,500,000
4,567,450,000
4,662,005
2,540,605
300,000
726,434
55,233,146
196.567,060
12,705,303
1,658,427
35,951,724
1,120.957,317
13,232,479
60,650,255
105,586.275
124,815,808
1,213,426,762
648,496,721
52,477,698
65,359,038
237,979,454
178,861,333
12,605,289
422,656,867
4.567,450,000
Budgetary Revenue:
Taxation Revenue.
REVENUE
Natural Resources Revenue.
Other Revenue	
Contributions From Government Enterprises-
Contributions From Other Governments-	
Total Budgetary Revenue-
Nonbudgetary Revenue	
Combined Revenue-
Budgetary Expenditure:
Legislation-
EXPENDITURE
Auditor General	
Ombudsman	
Executive Council-
Ministry of Agriculture	
Ministry of Attorney-General	
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs-
Ministry of Deregulation .
Ministry of Economic Development   .
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology	
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources-
Ministry of Environment	
Ministry of Finance	
Ministry of Forests	
Ministry of Health-
Ministry of Human Resources	
Ministry of Labour  	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing	
Ministry of Municipal Affairs	
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Government Services	
Ministry of Tourism and Small Business Development	
Ministry of Transportation, Communications and Highways-
Total Budgetary Expenditure-
Nonbudgetary Expenditure	
Combined Expenditure-
Excess of Revenue over Expenditure..
401,500,523
168,795,856
37,199,618
42,723,000
136,802,475
787,021,472
17,610,000
804,631,472
433,734
186,632
61,952
4,810,448
24,082,111
1,851,589
112,856
1,883,108
139,425,029
1,634,227
6,971,605
10,234,486
16,830,360
179.254,778
97,291,381
3,971.914
8,072,666
34,801,699
18,306,782
884,623
46,287,428
597.389,408
2,750,000
600,139,408
204,492,064
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 2)
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE TWO MONTHS APRIL 1, 1979, TO
MAY 31, 1979
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year
Ending
Mar. 31,1980
Source
Revenue for Two Months
Ended May 31,1979
1,141,000,000
376,000,000
585,000,000
184,000,000
24,000,000
2,000,000
66,000,000
42,000,000
20,000,000
15,000,000
12,000,000
10,000,000
1,000,000
2,478,000,000
170,000,000
120,000,000
41,000,000
16,000,000
9,600,000
9,300,000
4,000,000
4,600,000
40,000,000
164,000,000
12,000,000
5,500.000
1,500,000
15,000,000
6,000,000
618.500,000
2,800,000
5,000,000
8,200,000
3,200,000
2,600,000
8,700,000
2,100.000
21,500.000
1,400,000
1,000,000
1,570,000
1,920,000
5,010,000
71,000,000
4,500,000
2,200,000
1,800,000
2,150,000
8,100.000
1,800,000
1,540,000
4,910,000
12,000,000
52,000,000
Taxation Revenue:
Personal Income
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	
Natural Resources Revenue:
Minerals:
Petroleum and Natural Gas:
British Columbia Petroleum Corporation-
Permits and Fees    	
Petroleum and Natural Gas Royalties	
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..
Water Resources: Water Rentals and Recording Fees.
Wiidlife Act—Fees and Licences  	
Other Revenue:
Sales and Service Fees:
Land Sales	
Motor-vehicle Lien and Search Fees.
Medicare Services Recoveries	
Ferry Revenue	
Ambulance Service	
Forest Scaling Fees	
Land Clearing Receipts	
Land Registry Fees	
Sheriffs' Fees	
Publications Service Branch	
Receipts from Beautiful British Columbia Magazine-
Miscellaneous Parks Receipts-
Miscellaneous Sales and Services .
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	
Interest from Investments	
$
,536,000
,616,000
,473,031
,814,311
,823,722
452,150
,687,995
,230,998
752,598
755,888
573,884
558,328
225,618
,500,000
,485,849
,442,885
23,246
424,607
29,974
810,797
347,422
,071,275
,060,237
,458,691
,175,455
111,295
163,322
690,801
373
634.
502,
397
293
874
330
2,933
145
54
48
139
537,
8,050,
791
459
254
273
39
266
S3
706
1,525
11,651
856
808
539
562
705
678
012
223
240
427
786
998
368
501
799
516
007
.521
626
662
007
939
191
519
401,500,523
168,795,856
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80 7
Details of Revenue for the Two Months April 1,1979, to May 31,1979—Continued
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year
Ending
Mar.il, 1980
Source
Revenue for Two Months
Ended May 31,1979
$
7.100,000
3,500,000
4,400,000
4 800,000
Other Revenue—Continued
Miscellaneous:
Institutional Maintenance Receipts:
S
1,759,396
501,260
794,935
437,957
2.367,580
$
Other Maintenance Receipts
Miscellaneous Revenue:
       -
1.400,000
15,250,000
Other Miscellaneous Revenue _	
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
263,450,000
32,723,000
10,000,000
37,199,618
215.000,000
20,000,000
British Columbia Riiildinff* Cnmnratinn
Contributions From Other Governments:
Canada:
Established Programs Financing
235,000,000
99,996,834
26,368,327
2,748,954
1,572,060
1.000,000
2,835,909
2,263,214
17,177
42,723,000
600,000,000
242,000,000
37.000,000
4,700,000
20,000 000
Other Shared-cost Programs:
Adult Occupational Training
	
9,900,000
31,300.000
300,000
2,100 000
Other Federal Payments
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax	
— -	
25,200,000
972,500,000
2,810,000
14,800,000
136,802,475
4,567,450,000
787,021,472
Nonbudgetary Revenue:
Recovery of  Premium  From  Insurance  Corporation
of British
17,610,000
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A3)
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE TWO MONTHS APRIL 1, 1979, TO
MAY 31, 1979
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1980
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
Two Months
Ended May 31,1979
$
4,307,865
405,300
4,713,165
51,160
4,662,005
2,466,906
266,369
2,733,275
192,670
2,540,605
300,000
245,047
535,833
780,880
54,446
726,434
109,787
1,183,780
1,375,366
4,269,593
604,476
39,726,088
188,670
4,431,184
225,985
3,676,000
444,862
56,235,791
1,002,645
55,233,146
145,623
4,118,780
30,007,013
8,082,746
38,641,433
56,487,836
10,014,770
858,317
3,917,204
1,127,114
5,698,478
1,072,456
67,225
286,190
1,255,000
1,569,882
1,239,425
455,990
Legislation :
1 Legislation	
2 Crown Corporation Reporting Committee-
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Stat.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Less recruitment savings.
Auditor General:
3 Auditor General ,	
4 Building Occupancy Charges-
Less recruitment savings.
5   Ombudsman-
Executive Council:
Premier's Office	
Executive CounciL-
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Agriculture:
Minister's Office	
Deputy Minister's Office-
General Administration	
Production Services	
Marketing Services	
Financial Services	
Information Services	
Specialist and Regulatory Services-
Milk Board	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges — — — _ 	
Livestock    Improvement,    Horned    Cattle    Purchases    Act
(R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 176, sec. 8) 	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Attorney-General:
Minister's Office	
Administration and Support	
Court Services	
Criminal Justice Division-
Police Services .	
Corrections	
Legal Services Commission— .
Justice Development Commission-
Legal Services to Government	
Superior and County Court	
Provincial Court	
Coroners-
British Columbia Parole Board-
Law Reform Commission	
Criminal Injuries Compensation Act-
Public Trustee	
Fire Marshal	
British Columbia Racing Commission-
$
386,857
46,877
172,216
14,416
38,044
23,908
13,081
72,614
195,402
592,843
72,463
2,658,430
27,093
585,156
31,541
561,775
50
16,459
540.260
4,449,905
1,141,668
333,943
8,051,105
2,124,676
159,431
599,234
162,458
883,932
226,784
11,205
24,748
184,638
258,998
122,544
47.281
433,734
186,632
61,952
4,810,448
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80 9
Details of Expenditure for the Two Months April 1, 1979, to May 31, 1979—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1980
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
Two Months
Ended May 31, 1979
$
125,362
6,172,021
83,692
32,204,000
1,667,623
205.298,180
8,731,120
196.567,060
133.005
586,979
2.736,650
4,159,986
1,968,397
1,241,997
68,500
3,000
1,495,000
1,132,038
13,525.552
820,249
12,705,303
89,634
824,041
704,048
90,000
1,707,723
49,296
1,658,427
164,683
7,265,357
5,581,000
21,500.000
684,000
1,073,000
36,268.040
316,316
35,951,724
119,071
5,851,474
614,849,031
232,780.581
655,100
200 697,634
11,831,130
40,470,000
352,942
10
9,185,749
37
38
39
40
41
Stat.
Ministry of Attorney-General—Continued
Film Classification	
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
Land Registry Program-
Order in Council Patients' Review Board   _ 	
Building Occupancy Charges——	
Computer and Consulting Charges 	
Separation Allowance for Provincial Judge, Provincial Court
Act (1975, chap. 57, sec. 40 (4)) -	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs:
Minister's Office 	
Executive and Administration-
Consumer Affairs	
Corporate Affairs	
Rentalsman	
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch-
Corporate and Financial Services Commission-
Auditors' Certification Board _.
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Deregulation:
Minister's Office	
General Administration-
Provincial Capital Commission-
Building Occupancy Charges..
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Economic Development:
Minister's Office	
Administration	
Grants	
Federal-Provincial Shared-cost Programs-
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology:
Minister's Office	
Ministry Services-
Public Schools Education-
Post-secondary Education—Universities	
Science and Technology	
Post-secondary   Education—Colleges   and   Provincial   Institutes ,	
Student Aid Programs-
Teachers' Pensions Fund-
Metric Conversion	
Advances re Rural School Taxes—Net.
Independent Schools	
$
14,867
896,302
7,265
3,820,908
3,500
11,247
81,075
478,231
573,781
294,498
166,203
4,124
241,350
1,080
15,830
53,764
35,762
7,500
12,051
683.024
149,000
958,699
80,334
15,750
508,511
71,636,945
33,806,923
39,025
27,017,984
320,502
6,019,026
37,772
22,591
24,082,111
1,851,589
112,856
1,883,108
 10 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Two Months April 1, 1979, to May 31, 1979—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1980
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
Two Months
Ended May 31, 1979
3,976,000
1,365,000
109,825
1,824,174
4,135,766
8,032,953
1,698,648
5,074,404
579,000
5,844,261
21,740,000
16,585,000
5,500,000
12,000,000
2,557,473
250,000
17,000,000
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology-
Continued
Building Occupancy Charges.
1,122,134,722
1,177,405
1,120,957,317
91,533
75
1,321,106
76
2,123,499
77
4,651,457
78
1,502,161
79
588,500
80
700,000
81
277,919
82
63,600
83
399,123
84
60,000
85
551,225
86
1,225,000
87
352,960
88
13,908,083
675,604
13,232,479
164,938
89
2,444,356
90
47,568,812
91
1,245,394
92
742,047
93
1,577,716
94
2,000,000
95
10
96
131,468
97
5,867,000
98
1,768,045
99
63,509,786
2,859,531
60,650,255
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
Computer and Consulting Charges .
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources :
Minister's Office   —
General Administration-
British Columbia Energy Commission-
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 recruitment savings.
Ministry of Environment:
Minister's Office	
General Administration-
Resource and Environment Management 	
Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat-
Provincial Agricultural Land Commission	
Provincial Emergency Programme 	
Salmonid Enhancement Program  	
Flood Relief Act   .	
Creston Valley Wildlife Management 	
Building Occupancy Charges _ _ _ ._	
Computer and Consulting Charges 	
Less recruitment 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-
British  Columbia Resources  Investment  Corporation—Free
Share Distribution    	
Incidentals	
Advances Under Various Statutes _	
Salary Contingencies (All Ministries)   	
11,285
163,776
216,023
655,407
215,069
52,000
163,852
9,619
8,980
2,468
11,203
88.583
35,962
28,401
313.030
5,183,040
119,246
79,652
109.013
188,400
6,183
4,970
937,319
2,351
16,209
287,026
595,171
328,677
281.019
720,519
30,678
1,058,424
2,124,263
565,096
3,542,880
350,924
202,937
139,425,029
1,634,227
6.971,605
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80 11
Details of Expenditure for the Two Months April 1, 1979, to May 31, 1979—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1980
NV°otef                                         Service
Expenditure for
Two Months
Ended May 31, 1979
$
1,058,041
3,569,000
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
Ministry of Finance—Continued
Treasury Board
$
130,663
$
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Forests:
Minister's Offire
107,558,545
1,972,270
14,550
227,788
573,657
6,523,940
5,053,321
2,789,247
176,241
870,954
600,500
162
10,234,486
105,586,275
115,544
1,891,613
4,756,140
49,223,041
38,961,722
19,553,036
10
Support Services Program    	
Forestry
Timber and Range Management Program . 	
Field Operations Program
5.000,000
Implementation of New legislation
5 000 000
3,899,000
2,405,069
Building Ocrnpanrv Charpes
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Health:
Minister's Office.                     	
130,805,175
5,989,367
20,947
2,562,766
4,130,033
23,241,677
1,824,209
99,933,885
38,000,000
2,846,782
605,060
1,734,634
4,354,785
16,830,360
124,815,808
144,082
21 327 012
35,539,703
180,777,352
18,129,440
649,178,588
245 300,000
Preventive and Special Community Services..              	
Direct Care Community Services	
26,050,883
F.mergenry Health Services Commission
4,285,498
12,330,546
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission          -
Alcohol and Drug Commission
28 638 000
2,154 000
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Human Resources:
Minister's Office
Administration and Community Services	
1,223,855,104
10,428,342
27,174
9,147,002
7,403,046
5,309,079
3,030,806
56,201,486
6,876,392
6,777,730
2,518,666
179,254,778
1,213,426,762
206,837
61,124,258
75,209 741
52.573,173
26 428 642
■*51,505 000
CAIN Programs
43,663,249
23,834,311
19,103,359
Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters and Renters' Tax Credit	
3,015,000
Computer and Consulting Charges   	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Labour:
Minister's Office
656,663.570
8,166,849
18,407
556,419
1,516,965
244,316
97,291,381
648,496,721
141,341
2,653,832
36,253,809
1.566,415
Job Training and Employment Opportunity Programs	
Occupational    Environment   and    Compensation    Advisory
 12 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Two Months April 1, 1979, to May 31, 1979—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1980
Expenditure for
Two Months
Ended May 31,1979
5,812,929
154
2,772,487
155
711,952
156
1,340,101
157
297,000
158
10
159
1,123,000
160
1,040,100
161
53,712,976
1,235,278
52,477,698
148,408
162
29,916,769
163
8,032,646
164
24,579,967
165
1,532,061
166
1,964,000
167
1,073,670
168
67,247,521
1,888,483
65,359,038
141,787
169
2,450,143
170
56,250,000
171
141,700,000
172
364,100
173
37,027,000
174
234,000
175
28,500
176
238,195,530
216,076
237,979,454
182,096
177
849,071
178
179
20,832,844
1,129,632
180
2,260,225
181
507,651
182
83,459
183
176,299
184
607,095
185
753,822
186
7,130,263
187
10
188
10
189
14,500,000
190
10
191
633,945
192
8,842,709
193
3,051,300
194
1,080,000
195
369,596
196
Ministry of Labour—Continued
Safety Engineering Division-
Collective Bargaining and Labour Standards Program	
Human Rights Programs	
Labour Relations Board	
Essential Services Advisory Agency _ ,	
Boards of Review (Workers' Compensation Board).
Building Occupancy Charges-
Computer and Consulting Charges.
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Lands, Pares and Housing:
Minister's Office —.	
Housing	
Land Management	
Parks and Outdoor Recreation	
Financial and Administration Services	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges—	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Municipal Affairs :
Minister's Office	
General Administration	
Grants, Contributions and Subsidies-
Revenue Sharing Fund-
Central Ministry Services	
Transit Services	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges..
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Government
Services:
Minister's Office  _	
General Administration	
Heritage,   Cultural,   Recreation,   Sports   and   Fitness   Programs...   	
Central Microfilm Bureau  _
Grants, Special Services and Events   	
Public Information and Publications  _	
Indian Advisory Act	
Government House      —
Agent General's Office and British Columbia House ..._ _
Legislative Library   —
Postal Branch 	
Queen's Printer 	
British Columbia Lottery Branch   _	
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation 	
Public Inquiries Art   	
Provincial Elections Act_  _
Government Employees Relations Bureau  	
Public Service Commission Administration   	
Salaries and Benefits—Sundry Employees	
Public Service Adjudication Board  _ _...
751,555
444,111
81,102
194,023
3,190
161,826
17,098
4,066,191
1,206,125
2,444,040
188,212
151,000
23,621
336,825
219,374
31,450,000
40,086
2,692,793
39,000
23,895
141,113
2,346,207
145,406
115,694
9,959
6,560
34,586
106,352
1,209,708
1,028,217
85,532
1,379,973
445,005
402,883
26,226
26,241
3,971,914
8.072,666
34,801,699
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Details of Expenditure for the Two Months April 1, 1979, to May 31, 1979—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1980
NV°ot°ef                                         service
Expenditure for
Two Months
Ended May 31, 1979
$
1,606,162
70,455,000
135,000
33,164,063
1,200,000
24,000
9,416,000
1,435,000
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Government
Services—Continued
$
257,368
7,351,903
16,000
1,605,833
91,386
1,450,735
$
Public Service Superannuation aDd Retirement Benefits-
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act
Parliament Buildings Restoration 	
Queen  Elizabeth  II  British  Columbia  Centennial  Scholar-
Computer and Consulting Charges   	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Tourism and Smsll Business Development:
180,425,262
1,563,929
22,623
12,015
751,296
44,522
54,167
18,306,782
178,861,333
158,139
70,093
10.327,237
1,487,015
422,000
332,000
Small Business Development  	
Building Occupancy Charges  	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Less recruitment savings.
Ministry of Transportation, Communications and
Highways:
Minister's Office.                    	
12,796,484
191,195
18,156
909,091
21,499,910
15,896,312
58
99,183
438.895
1,695,516
148,771
28,724
33,353
282,866
6,361
842,969
1,689,065
52,630
2,580,516
65,052
884,623
12,605,289
168,872
6,630,237
156,326,179
160,258,637
10
50,000
704,715
Highway Construction—Capital._ 	
Hydro Development—Highways            	
Government-owned Residences Maintenance >	
3,186,928
14,209,889
1,025,582
311,660
1,306,990
Motor Carrier Branch              	
Motor Carrier Commission	
2,073,585
2,112,188
51,386,950
15,672,054
British Columbia Ferries—Subsidy  _
894,798
Communications    System    Development    and    Regulation
16,750,000
2,646,100
Computer and Consulting Charges—  	
Less recruitment savings.
Total Budgetary Expenditure	
Nonbudgetary Expenditure:
Advance re Assessment Authority of B.C. Act (1974, chap.
7 sec  17 (4))
435,715,374
13,058,507
46,287,428
422,656.867
4,567,450,000
597,389,408
2,750,000
 14
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 4)
STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES UNDER
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES, APRIL 1, 1979,
TO MAY 31, 1979
Repayment of funded debt—1st instalment, pursuant to B.C. Deficit Repayment
Act, 1975-1976 (1975, chap. 6, sec. 7) $26,100,000
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80
15
(A 5)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS FOR THE TWO MONTHS
APRIL 1, 1979 TO MAY 31, 1979
Balance
March 31,
1979
Revenue
and
Credits
Expenditure
Balance
May 31,
1979
Fixed-capital (Perpetual) Funds
Capital accounts—
$
20,000,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
20,000,000
$
See
Current
Accounts
Below
$
See
Current
Accounts
Below
$
20,000,000
25,000,000
Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette Education, Preven-
First C.iti7rr\*' Fund
25,000,000
20,000,000
90,000,000
—
—
90,000,000
Current accounts (available for expenditure)—
77,003
5,086,432
2,853,935
1,283,722
347,442
86
11,016
2,000,126
47,291
138,527
420,057
1,395,773
377,154
Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette Education, Preven-
4,947,991
First riti7Pti«' Fimd
2,444,894
1,888,075
9,301,092
2,358,670
2,001,648
9,658.114
Other Funds
1,477
16,271,686
2,046,269
226,462,555
13,377,126
295,575,582
5,127,577
1,491,288
2,000
685,705
3,539,293
764,649
31,400,000
1,491,288
6,853
22,548
8,183,620
1,452,649
30,963,845
1,477
16,271,686
2,041,416
227,125,7121
8,732,799
294,887,5822
5,563,732
558.862,272
37,882,935
42,120,803
554,624,404
Miscellaneous Statutory Accounts
1,318
3,016,304
215,894
138,454
3,046,158
155,085
3,508
8,609
188,187
819
1,318
2,983,202
219,402
146,244
University Endowment Lands Administration  Ac-
3,046,158
6,418,128
167,202
189,006
6,396,324
664,581,492
40,408,807
44,311,457
660,678,842
i Housing Fund balance of $227,125,712 at May 31, 1979, is represented by cash and investments of
$73,697,396, accounts and advances receivable of $14,793,183, mortgages receivable of $10,018,229, real estate
of $89,075,002, and investments in and advances to housing corporations of $39,541,902.
- Provincial Home Acquisition Fund expenditures comprise statutory abatements and remissions re mortgage
loans, as well as home-acquisition grants. The home-owner (second mortgage) loans issued are not charged
to fund expenditures, but are carried as receivables. The fund balance of $294,887,582 at May 31, 1979, is
represented by cash and investments of $80,933,993 and home-owner (mortgage) loans of $213,953,589.
 16
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(B)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN SPRING SESSIONS
OF 1979
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure to
May 31,
1979
May 25,1979	
Tnni. 1, 1079
1
1
4
2
3
TO MEET EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1980
Ministry of Education, Science
and Technology
Supplementing Vote 67—Post-secondary Education
Ministry of Environment
180,000
177,773
468.000
1,506,000
—
May 24,1979	
May 24,1979	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing
Supplementing Vote 164—Land Management 	
Crown Land Development Program	
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80
17
(C 1)
SUMMARY STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED
MARCH 31,  1979
Ministry
Legislation	
Auditor General	
Executive Council	
Ministry of Agriculture	
Ministry of Attorney-General.
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs..
Ministry of Economic Development _	
Ministry of Education  _	
Ministry of Energy, Transport and
Communications  _ _	
Ministry of Environment-
Ministry of Finance	
Ministry of Forests	
Ministry of Health  _ _	
Ministry of Highways and Public Works 	
Ministry of Human Resources 	
Ministry of Labour     	
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources	
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing _
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Travel
Industrv     	
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation-
Ministry of Deregulation	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing....
Ministry of Tourism and Small Business
Development 	
Total
Main
estimates
Expenditure
over (under)
Other
authori
Net
over(under)
expenditure
voted
estimates
zations!
expenditure
$
$
$
$
$
6,267,991
4,397,588
1,870,403
1,870,403
—
1,265,328
2,229,903
(964,575)
(964,575)
752,687
753,760
(1,073)
(1,073)
35,099,263
72,051,221
(36,951,958)
332,720
(37,284,678)
186,727,523
186,676,087
51,436
4,359,276
(4,307,840)
11,608,595
13,610,996
(2,002,401)
(2,002,401)
32,238,762
29,166,038
3,072,724
15,004,500
(11,931,776)
1,041,498,046
1,032,846,805
8,651,241
16,170,951
(7,519,710)
91,705,437
96,284,299
(4,578,862)
2,190,550
(6,769,412)
53,807,024
53,266,986
540,038
3,589,505
(3,049,467)
92,646,931
102,704,435
(10,057,504)
9,371,761
(19,429,265)
130,724,019
118,547,852
12,176,167
21,102,379
(8,926,212)
1,141,568,744
1,156,351,556
(14,782,812)
31,636,073
(46,418,885)
423,065,160
357,366,589
65,698,571
89,940,000
(24,241,429)
557,919,774
552,515,648
5,404,126
38,100,000
(32,695,874)
37,548,159
40,397,460
(2,849,301)
322,538
(3,171,839)
9,865,510
10,457,213
(591,703)
51,665
(643,368)
258,828,108
257,099,413
1,728,695
14,493,226
(12,764,531)
148,107,500
132,325,548
15,781,952
19,202,971
(3,421,019)
61,095,454
61,300,603
(205,149)
3,642,000
(3,847,149)
140,077
—
140,077
107,809
32,268
27,452
—
27,452
7,809
19,643
59,589
59,589
110,809
(51,220)
Total, budgetary expenditure...
Nonbudgetary expenditure	
4,322,567,133   4,280,350,000
31,500,000 =
42,217,133      271,606,9452   (229,389,812)
Combined General Fund expenditure .
4,354,067,133
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
2 The total of $271,606,945 represents statutory authorizations of $70,531,339 and special warrant (Financial Control Act)
authorizations of $201,075,606.
 18
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(C2)
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1979
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS
No.
of
vote
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
SERVICE
Leg itl* tion
1   Legislation-
Statutory—Constitution   Act    (R.S.B.C.
1960, chap. 71, sec. 71)..
Crown Corporation Reporting Committee.
Statutory—Crown Corporation Reporting
Act (1977, chap. 49, sec. 10).. 	
Auditor General
3 Auditor General	
4 Building occupancy charges-
Executive Council
5 Executive Council	
Ministry of Agriculture
Minister's office 	
Deputy Minister's office 	
General administration  	
Productive services  _.
Marketing services  	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 11..
General and financial services 	
Specialist and regulatory services	
Milk Board 	
Building occupancy charges 	
Computer and consulting charges	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 34	
Statutory   —   Livestock     improvement,
Horned Cattle Purchases Act (R.S.B.C.
1960, chap. 176, sec. 8)	
Total
expenditure
Main
estimates
voted
txpenaiture
over (under)
main
estimates
Other
authorizations!
Net
over (under)
expenditure
$
$
$
$
$
5,866,592
3,997,588
1,869,004
1,869,004
401,399
400,000
1,399
1,399
	
6,267,991
4,397588
1,870,403
1,870,403
—
1,195,948
2,034,507
(838,559)
(838,559)
69,380
195,396
(126,016)
(126,016)
1,265,328
2,229,903
(964,575)
(964,575)
752,687
753,760
(1,073)
(1,073)
111,252
100,533
10,719
10,719
1,103,864
1,146,532
(42,668)
(42,668)
1,286,085
1,241,849
44,236
44,236
3,761,474
3,950,723
(189,249)
(189,249)
752,893
503,383
249,510
185,632
63,878
21,450,147
57,893,907
(36,443,760)
(36,443,760)
3,775,673
4,351,768
(576,095)
(576.095)
203,406
203,671
(265)
(265)
2,293,295
2,437,855
(144,560)
(144,560)
264,086
221,000
43,086
97,088
97,088
50,000
97,0
(6,914)
35,099,263 72,051,221       (36,951,958)
332,720       (37,284,678)
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Ministry of Attorney-General
Minister's office  	
Administration and support 	
Court services  	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 62-
Crown Counsel   	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 62..
Police services  _	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 62..
Corrections.  - 	
Legal Services Commission.._ _
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 62...
Justice Development Commission	
Legal services to Government-
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 26..
Judiciary..
Coroners  _	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 62	
British Columbia Parole Board	
Law Reform Commission _	
Criminal Injuries Compensation Act	
Statutory—Criminal  Injuries  Compensation Act (1972, chap. 17, sec. 2 (5))	
Public Trustee  _ —	
Fire Marshal    _.
Racing Commission
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 62	
Land Registry     	
Order in Council Patients' Review Board .
119,315
2,723,551
30,231,882
8,921,819
34,921,939
52,721,023
9,912,773
1,605,686
4,142,279
6,277,630
1,415,155
73,143
215,386
1,764,511
1,474.671
790,314
498,848
5,447,651
58,460
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
(20,675)
(80,805)
1,279,523
637,274
(270,604)
(1,220,412)
312,773
(229,494)
1,468,827
(270,740)
216,553
(5,970)
(79,975)
264,511
(82,835)
(649,417)
45,958
(510,540)
(33,761)
1,000,000
600,000
500,000
310,000
1,300,000
200,000
264,511
60,000
(20,675)
(80,805)
279,523
37,274
(770.604)
(1,220,412)
2,773
(229,494)
168.827
(270,740)
16,553
(5,970)
(79.975)
(82.835)
(649,417)
(14,042)
(510,540)
(33,761)
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
 COMPTROL
EXPENDITURE FOR THE F
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH
No.
of                        SERVICE
vote
Ministry of Attorney-General—Continued
35 Building occupancy charges _ _..
36 Computer and consulting charges 	
Statutory—
Task force  on  policing  costs,  Police
Act (1974, chap. 64, sec. 7 (4))   	
Separation   allowance   for   Provincial
judge, Provincial Court Act (1975,
LER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80                                       19
ISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1979—Continued
MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
expire          <"        ^SP5          ",         ™fe?
expenditure            v0,ed               estimates             zationsi         expenditure
$                         $                         $                         $                         $
21,346,138           21,488,642              (142,504)                                         (142,504)
1,940,584            2,641,600              (701,016)                                         (701,016)
91,565                                              91,565                  91,565                 —
19,250                                              19,251)                  19,250                —
5,000                                                5,000                   5,000                —
3,637                                           3,637                  3,637               —
5,313                                                5,313                   5,313                —
Special Warrant No. 19—Out-of-court
settlement, land purchase	
Special  Warrant   No.   31—Claim  for
interest on estate of Joseph Leblanc...
Special   Warrant  No.   44—Provincial
Court  Registry  shortage,   Campbell
River	
nistry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs
Minister's office                   	
Mi
37
38
186,727,523
149,204
491,981
2,469,689
3,660,458
1,224,539
455,129
1,062,941
25.620
1,378
1,490,202
577,454
186,676,087
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
51,436
(1,707)
(24,958)
(436,914)
(207,787)
(69,354)
(87,677)
(107,423)
(48,780)
(1,622)
(6,710)
(1,009,469)
4,359,276
(4,307,840)
(1,707)
(24,958)
(436,914)
(207,787)
(69,354)
(87,677)
(107,423)
(48,780)
(1,622)
(6,710)
(1,009,469)
39
40
Consumer affairs
41
42
Rentalsman..
43
44
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch	
Corporate and Financial Services Corn-
45
46
47
Computer and consulting charges	
Ministry of Economic Development
Minister's office	
48
49
11,608,595
120.202
7,078,151
5,535,650
4,361,200
657.585
181,474
1,500,000
804,500
12,000,000
13,610,996
154,432
6,933,841
6,340,000
14,000,000
800,874
936,891
(2,002,401)
(34,230)
144,310
(804,350)
(9,638,800)
(143,259)
(755,417)
1,500,000
804,500
12,000,000
700,000
1,500,000
804,500
12,000,000
(2,002,401)
(34,230)
(555,690)
(804,350)
(9,638,800)
(143,289)
(755,417)
50
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 7	
51
52
53
Federal-Provincial Shared-cost Programs...
Building occupancy charges	
Computer and consulting charges	
Special Warrant No. 53—Grant to City
Special   Warrant   No.   63—Burns   Lake
Special  Warrant  No.   68—Duke   Point
Ministry of Education
Minister's office -	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 69	
54
55
32,238,762        29,166,038
127,761                119,793
4,426,743             5.097,460
590,560.834        591,589,968
8,562,874            9,156,008
208,913,867         208,602,857
142,774,742         146,630,743
10,689,926           11,273,537
49,376,504          40,600,000
250,853              331,430
and special warrant authorizations
3,072,724
7,968
(670,717)
(1,029,134)
(593,134)
311,010
(3,856,001)
(583,611)
8,776,504
(80,577)
as indicated.
15,004,500
5,000
37.500
650,000
8,776,504
(11,931,776)
2,968
(670,717)
(1.029,134)
(593,134)
(376,490)
(3.856.001)
(583,611)
(80,577)
56
57
58
59
Post-secondary education—universities
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 2 	
Special Warrant No. 64 _ 	
Post-secondary education—Colleges and
60
61
Student Aid Programs-               	
Statutory—Teachers' Pensions Act (1961,
chap 67, se<- 8 (7))
62
Metric conversion
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory
 20
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
No.
of
vote
SERVICE
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
Ministry of Education—Continued
Advances re rural school taxes—net	
Statutory—Public Schools Act (R.S.B.C.
1960, chap. 319, sec. 197 (10))	
Research Secretariat..
Building occupancy charges— 	
Computer and consulting charges	
Statutory—Science   Council   of   British
Columbia Act (1978, chap. 37, sec. 18)...
Special Warrant No. 16—Canada-British
Columbia Co-operative Projects
Agreement  _ _ 	
Ministry of Energy, Transport and
Communication!
Minister's office	
General administration	
Engineering Branch	
Weigh Scale Branch	
Motor-vehicle Branch  _
Motor Carrier Branch .—
Telecommunications Services Branch ,	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 56	
Communications   System   Development
and Regulation Branch _
Motor Carrier Commission _	
Transport Research and Planning Branch...
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 17	
British Columbia Energy Commission	
British Columbia Ferries—Subsidy	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 61- _
Local Airport Assistance Program	
Air Services  — 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 60	
Building occupancy charges  _	
Computer and consulting charges	
Ministry of Environment
83    Minister's office  	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 65..
General administration  	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 71	
Special Warrant No. 72..
Land and Water Management	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 76	
Environmental and engineering service-
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 35	
Environmental protection-
Environment and Land Use Committee
Secretariat-  	
Provincial Agricultural Land Commission
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 65	
Building occupancy charges 	
Computer and consulting charges 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 36	
Statutory—
Agricultural Land Reserves,  Agricultural Land Commission Act  (1973,
chap. 46, sec. 21 )_
Cyanide   spill   clean-up   costs,   Kamloops—Pollution Control Act (1967,
chap. 34, sec. 26 (3)) 	
Special Warrant No. 70—Fish and Wildlife Branch—replace stolen receipts	
Total
Main
estimates
Expenditure
over (under)
Other
authori
Net
over (under)
voted
estimates
zations!
expenditure
$
$
$
$
$
6,309,587
10
6,309,577
6,309,577
53,585
87,735
(34,150)
(34,150)
18,057,264
18,057,264
—
1,016,206
1,300,000
(283,794)
(283,794)
352,300
352,300
352,300
—
25,000
25,000
40,070
(15,070)
1,041,498,046
1,032,846,805
8,651,241
16,170,951
(7419,710)
89,703
152,472
(62,769)
(62,769)
666,842
698,130
(31,288)
(31,288)
643,544
674,198
(30,654)
(30,654)
3,060,853
3,200,246
(139,393)
(139,393)
13,268,486
15,160,033
(1,891,547)
(1,891,547)
932,830
947,209
(14,379)
(14,379)
12,799,327
12,202,674
596,653
1,100,000
(503,347)
371,732
868,182
(496,450)
(496,450)
216,357
367,191
(150,834)
(150,834)
1,033,790
1,402,187
(368,397)
200,000
(568,397)
1,810,520
2,091,671
(281,151)
(281,151)
51,384,050
50,558,500
825,550
825,550
	
22,974
107,723
(84,749)
(84,749)
2,026,216
2,079,282
(53,066)
65,000
(118,066)
2,773,514
3,498,546
(725,032)
(725,032)
604,699
2,276,055
(1,671,356)
(1,671,356)
91,705,437
96,284,299
(4,578,862)
2,190,550
(6,769,412)
141,804
131,756
10,048
10,000
48
1,766,642
1,798,066
(31,424)
50,000
65,000
(146,424)
11,655,461
11,477,133
178,328
1,000,000
(821.672)
27,420,353
26,288,717
1,131,636
2,000,000
(868,364)
6,994,302
7,774,376
(780,074)
(780,074)
761,112
1,016,324
(255.212)
(255,212)
704,416
691,389
13,027
25,000
(11.973)
2,676,466
2,732,825
(56,359)
(56,359)
1,622,963
1,356,400
266,563
376,000
(109,437)
19,517
38,555
5.433
19.517
38,555
5,433
19,517
38,555
5,433
53,807,024        53,266,986 540,038
t "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
1,589,505 (3,049,467)
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80
21
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,   1979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
No.
of
vote
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
SERVICE
Ministry of Finance
Minister's office   	
Administrative and support services	
Office of the Comptroller-General	
Computer and consulting services	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 37	
Purchasing Commission 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 12.	
Taxation administration  	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 33	
Assessment Act Appeal Boards 	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 22	
Special Warrant No. 66.	
Government agencies-
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 99	
Interest on public debt 	
Statutory—British Columbia Deficit Repayment Act, 1975-1976 (1976, chap.
6, sec. 7)..
Grants, contributions, and subsidies.———
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 38 -	
Interest on deposits -  	
Statutory—
Cemetery' Companies Act, sec. 10 (4)—.
Official Guardian Act, sec. 19 (1)	
Patients' Estate Act, sec. 27 (3)	
Supreme Court Act, sec. 23._ _	
Incidentals  _ _ 	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 22   	
Special Warrant No. 58.. 	
Advances under various statutes——	
Statutory—Revenue Act (R.S.B.C. 1960,
chap. 341, sec. 55 (3))	
Salary contingencies (all ministries) 	
Treasury Board 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 55	
Building occupancy charges-
Statutory—Judgments against the Crown,
Crown Proceedings Act  (1974,  chap.
24, sec. 13 (4)  	
Special   Warrant   No.   54—Free   share
distribution and offer expenditures re
B.C.    Resources   Investment    Corpo-
Total
expenditure
$
108,847
1,091,001
3,364,076
6,583,137
1,941,435
4,609,227
836,458
5,477,725
23,592,308
13,389,049
4,704,805
2,488,435
305,762
8,780.159
9,250,291
2,972.007
152,209
3,000,000
Main
estimates
voted
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
Expenditure
over (under)
main
estimates
$
3,517
18,567
(638,394)
(218,369)
(104,060)
(188,080)
436,458
(206,661)
1,738,985
(3,091,951)
1,304,805
627,935
55,762
(12.284,161)
101,823
(765.889)
152,209
3,000,000
Other
authorizations1
90,000
300,000
60,000
250,000
200,000
40,000
1,738,985
90,000
2,686
90,427
858,617
353,075
430,000
260,000
55,762
1,400,000
152,209
3,000,000
Net
over (under)
expenditure
$
3,517
18,567
(638,394)
(308,369)
(404,060)
(248,080)
(13,542)
(246,661)
(3,181,951)
(62,065)
(12,284,161)
(1,298,177)
(765,889)
92,646,931       102,704,435       (10,057,504) 9,371,761       (19,429,265)
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
Ministry of Forests
Minister's office     124,684 110,042 14,642
Supplement—■
Special Warrant No. 25  	
Special Warrant No. 73 	
Ministry Administration Program - 21,192,378 21,337,907 (145,529)
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 74	
Engineering Support Services Program  9,804,164 9,105,583 698,581
Public Information Services Program _ 653,340 649,614 3,726
Resource Management Program .._ .._.. 8,202,670 8,473,647 (270,977)
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 3	
Special Studies Program     1,442,587 1,776,086 (333,499)
Reforestation Program    18,984,917 19,837,242 (852,325)
Research Program  _... 2,051,088 2,181,163 (130,075)
Fire Suppression Program   18,766,954 7,000,000 11,766,954
Statutory—Forest Act  (1978,  chap.  23,
sec. 124 (4))	
Forest Protection Program  8,848,814 10,102,369 (1,253,555)
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 8	
Inventory Program  4,213,393 6,305,210 (2,091,817)
Scaling Program    10,623,874 11,249,847 (625,973)
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
10,000
5,000
(358)
568,000
(713,529)
698,581
3,726
550,000
(820,977)
(333,499)
(852,325)
(130,075)
11,766,954
—
12,500
(1,266,055)
(2,091,817)
(625,973)
 22
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
No.
of
vote
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
SERVICE
120
121
122
123
124
Ministry of Forests—Continued
Range Management Program-
Forest Development Roads Maintenance
Program	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 4	
Special Warrant No. 5 .	
Reservoir Waterway Improvements Program	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 21	
Building occupancy charges-
Computer and consulting charges	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 39	
Statutory—Implementation of new legislation—Forest Act (1978, chap. 23,
sec. 165)	
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
Ministry of Health
Minister's office	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 75..
Administration and support services-
Community Health Programs:
Branch support services	
Public Health Programs	
Mental Health Programs	
Special health services..
Other health care expenditures-
Hospital Programs	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 1__	
Special Warrant No. 40	
Government institutions	
Forensic psychiatric services	
Alcohol and Drug Commission	
Medical Services Commission	
Statutory—Medical  Services  Act
chap. 24, sec. 11)	
Emergency health services	
Long-term Care Program..
(1967,
Building occupancy charges	
Computer and consulting charges-
Total
expenditure
Main
estimates
voted
Expenditure
over (under)
main
estimates
Other
authorizations^
Net
over (under)
expenditure
$
$
$
$
$
1,947,995
2,289,571
(341,576)
(341,576)
8,965,130
6,594,677
2,370,453
796,305
2,400,000
(825,852)
6,063,746
3,577,021
1,917,644
5,973,966
3,878,928
1,682,000
89,780
(301,907)
235,644
1,050,000
600,000
(960,220)
(301,907)
(364,356)
3,343,620
3,343,620
3,343,620
—
130,724,019       118,547,852 12,176,167        21,102,379 (8,926,212)
150,228
2,529,985
3,294,576
33,321,186
15,395,346
9,841,903
4,916,107
631,382,771
56,452,427
3,658,897
8,940,033
221,542,573
25,115,808
96,994,928
21,789,863
6,242,113
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
10,377
(99,034)
(44,994)
(1,301,406)
(2,467,659)
(14,162)
(1,365,753)
21,793,890
(4,682,299)
(477,543)
(1,679,933)
9,929,573
340,771
(23,462,344)
(9,803,426)
(1,458,870)
6,500
1,700,000
20,000,000
9,929,573
3,877
(99,034)
(44,994)
(1,301,406)
(2,467,659)
(14,162)
(1,365,753)
93,890
(4,682,299)
(477,543)
(1,679,933)
340,771
(23,462.344)
(9,803.426)
(1,458,870)
1,141,568,744   1,156,351,556       (14,782,812)       31,636,073       (46,418,885)
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
Ministry of Highways and Public Works
Minister's office	
General administration—Highways	
Highway maintenance	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 51_
Highway construction—capital 	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 23	
Special Warrant No. 24	
Special Warrant No. 30	
Special Warrant No. 52	
Hydro development—Highways	
Safety Engineering Division	
Glendale Laundry..
Government-owned   residences   mainte-
Employees' salaries and benefits	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 29..
150 Building occupancy charges	
151 Computer and consulting charges	
151,850
5,080,586
149,783,423
2,224,589
5,057,681
1,227,655
992
5,841,631
14,396,021
958,232
180,378
5,115,924
153,925,075
         238,342,500 157,258,637
11,750,000
5,837,073
1,718,735
186,000
4,120,000
15,523,267
1,751,500
(28,528)
(35,338)
(4,141,652)
81,083,863
(9,525,411)
(779,392)
(491,080)
(185,008)
1,721,631
(1,127,246)
(793,268)
2,500,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
10,000,000
2,440,000
(28.528)
(35,338)
(6,641,652)
(3,916.137)
(9,525,411)
(779,392)
(491,080)
(185,008)
(718,369)
(1,127,246)
(793,268)
423,065,160  357,366,589   65,698,571   89,940,000   (24,241,429)
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80
23
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  1979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
No.
of SERVICE
vote
Ministry of Human Resources
152 Minister's office   	
153 Administration and community service..
154 Services to families and children	
155 Community projects 	
156 Health services 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 80—
157 GAIN Programs	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 49....
158 Special programs for the retarded	
159 Building occupancy charges 	
160 Computer and consulting charges	
Ministry of Labour
161 Minister's office	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 46	
162 Ministerial administration and support
services — _ 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 50	
163 Job  Training  and  Employment   Oppor
tunities Program _ _	
164 Occupational environment and compen
sation advisory services _	
165 Collective Bargaining and Labour Stand
ards Program._	
166 Human Rights Programs 	
167 Labour Relations Board	
168 Essential Services Advisory Agency	
169 Building occupancy charges	
170 Computer and consulting charges	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 41	
Statutory—Special   mediator's   expenses.
West Kootenav Schools Collective
Bargaining Assistance Act (1978, chap.
42, sec. 8 (2))	
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
Minister's office ,	
Deputy Minister's office	
Mineral Resources Branch ,	
Petroleum Resources Branch	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 20	
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	
Statutory—Correction of safety hazards.
Mines Regulation Act (1967, chap. 25,
sec. 12 (2))  	
Special   Warrent   No.   10—Out-of-court
settlement, Morris 	
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
184   Minister's office	
185   Office of the Deputy Minister—Municipal Affairs	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 47 .	
Special Warrant No. 48	
Total
Main
txpenmiure
over (under)
Other
authori
Net
over (under)
expenditure
voted
estimates
zations!
expenditure
$
$
$
$
$
159,019
145,890
13,129
13,129
55,654,657
64,048,833
(8,394,176)
(8,394,176)
59,819,062
71,680,528
(11,861,466)
(11,861,466)
23.301,383
26,815,473
(3,514,090)
(3,514,090)
48,915,787
45,332,296
3,583,491
2,100,000
1,483,491
310,360,738
277,873,264
32,487,474
36,000,000
(3,512,526)
40,637,205
43,429,775
(2,792,570)
(2,792,570)
17,188,886
19,373,175
(2,184,289)
(2,184,289)
1,883,037
3,816,414
(1,933,377)
(1,933,377)
557,919,774
552,515,648
5,404,126
38,100,000
(32,695,874)
158,108
140,241
17,86''
20,500
(2,633)
3,229,897
2,795,211
434,686
100,000
334,686
26,516,032
29,308,710
(2,792,678)
(2,792,678)
1,439,571
1,503,301
(63,730)
(63,730)
2,601.307
2,622,380
(21,073)
(21,073)
493,634
507,351
(13,717)
(13,717)
1,193,205
1.197,304
(4,099)
(4,099)
51,379
300,000
(248,621)
(248,621)
1,172,962
1,384,760
(211.798)
(211,798)
685,624
638,202
47,422
6,440
6.440
195,598
6,440
(148,176)
37,548,159
40,397,460
(2,849,301)
322,538
(3,171,839)
101,896
87,861
14,035
14,035
1,139,353
1.145,667
(6,314)
(6,314)
4,233,713
4,392,165
(158,452)
(158,452)
1,343,324
1,400,434
(57,110)
21,225
(78,335)
578,900
585,250
(6,350)
(6,350)
775,401
900,000
(124,599)
(124,599)
214,401
215,000
(599)
(599)
40,547
77,000
(36,453)
(36,4531
145,402
155,000
(9,598)
(9,598)
29,970
60,000
(30,030)
(30,030)
342,739
351,300
(8,561)
(8,561)
716,509
772,436
(55,927)
(55,927)
172,915
315,100
(142,185)
(142,185)
5,440
5,440
5,440
—
25,000
25,000
25,000
—
9,865,510
10,457,213
(591,703)
51,665
(643,368)
153,448
153,456
(8)
(8)
8,607,172
8,518,528
88,644
919,459
480,116
(1,310,931)
t "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
 24
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  1979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
No.
of
vote
SERVICE
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
—Continued
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
Grants,   contributions,   and   subsidies—
Municipal Affairs	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 9	
Special Warrant No. 59	
Statutory—
Municipalities Aid Act (R.S.B.C. 1960,
chap. 259, sec. 4)	
Provincial    Home-owner    Grant    Act
(R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 308, sec. 15)—
Revenue Sharing Fund.
Total
expenditure
51,581,507
Main
estimates
voted
40,700,000
Expenditure
over (under)
main
estimates
$
10,881,507
Other Net
authori- over (under)
zationsi expenditure
Office of Deputy Minister—Housing	
Central Ministry Services	
Shelter   Aid   for   Elderly   Renters   and
Renters' Tax Credit	
Mobile Home Registry	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 27	
Building occupancy charges-
Computer and consulting charges	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 42	
Statutory—
Start-up    costs,    Urban    Transit   Authority Act (1978, chap. 39, sec. 20)._
Family First Home Program start-up
costs, Home Purchase Assistance Act
(1976, chap. 20, sec. 13.3)	
Late home-owner grants, Provincial
Home-owner Grant Amendment
Act, 1978 (1978, chap. 9, sec. 16.1
(1) ), _	
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and
Travel Industry
Provincial Secretary and Travel
Industry
3,000,000
6,392,624
1,050,687
138,300,000
32,191,497
397,509
138,300,000
38,122,106
449,243
(5,930,609)
(51,734)
438,196
(5,930,609)
(51,734)
24,147,668
638,918
512,611
606,480
28,996,905
443,764
889,521
525,890
(4,849,237)
195,154
(376,910)
80,590
253,236
267,610
(4,849,237)
(58,082)
(376,910)
(187,020)
1,010,293
1,010,293
1,010,293
—
156,010
156,010
156,010
	
524,995
524,995
524,995
258,828,108       257,099,413
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
Minister's office	
General administration	
Central Microfilm Bureau-
Postal Branch	
Legislative Library-
Provincial Archives-
Queen's Printer-
Government House 	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 78-	
Agent-General's  Office and British Columbia House	
Supplement—
Special Warrant No. 28	
Special Warrant No. 79__	
Indian Advisory Act	
Public Inquiries Act	
Statutory—Public Inquiries Act (R.S.B.C.
1960, chap. 315, sec. 13)_
201,543
212,278
(10,735)
431,882
446,525
(14,643)
1,081,439
1,126,743
(45,304)
5,838,545
5,858,024
(19,479)
699,315
757,136
(57,821)
976,540
1,087,626
(111,086)
(63,241)
10
(63,251)
184,202
164,489
19,713
1,728,695        14,493,226       (12,764,531)
(10,735)
(14,643)
(45,304)
(19,479)
(57,821)
(111,086)
(63,251)
771,973
519,548
252,425
25,000
100,000
95,000
Grants, special services, and events.—.	
Provincial Elections Act  	
Statutory — Provincial    Elections   Act
(R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 306, sec. 192(1)).
Provincial Emergency Program	
Captain Cook Bi-CentenniaL
British Columbia Lottery Branch-
Unemployment insurance and workers'
compensation _
Provincial Museum and Resource Museum  	
Government publications.
Public information	
41,369
733,865
65,807
500,000
(24,438)
233,865
2,738,774
2,409,846
3,100,000
931,102
(361,226)
1,478,744
233,865
1,533,578
860,000
1,534,542
1,000,000
10
(964)
(140,000)
(10)
1,478,744
12,526,974
13,200,000
(673,026)
3,906,411
108,571
195,952
3,980,358
201,759
205,054
(73,947)
(93,188)
(9,102)
(5,287)
57,425
(24,438)
(361,226)
(964)
(140,000)
(10)
(673,026)
(73,947)
(93,188)
(9,102)
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations as indicated.
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80
25
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  II979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
No.
of SERVICE
vote
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Travel
Industry—Continued
Provincial Secretary and Travel
Industry—Continued
214 Legislative tour guides 	
215 Queen   Elizabeth   11   British   Columbia
Centennial Scholarship Act	
216 Flood Relief Act   —
Statutory—Terrace   flood   costs,   Flood
Relief Act (1948, 2nd Sess., chap.  1,
sec. 3)..._   	
217 General administration—Travel Industry...
218 Travel Division    	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 45	
219 Beautiful British Columbia magazine	
220 California and London offices	
221 Film and Photographic Branch	
222 Building occupancy charges 	
223 Computer and consulting charges 	
Special  Warrant  No.   15—Dan  Matije-
vich    Endowment—British    Columbia
Forest Hall of Fame   _
Statutory—Medical expenses, London,
England, and California, Public Service Act (1976, chap. 45, sec. 74 (2))	
Subtotal,  Provincial  Secretary  and  Travel
Industry .	
Public Service Commission
224 Administration  _ 	
225 Public Service Adjudication Board	
Superannuation Branch
226 Administration.    	
227 Public  Service  superannuation   and  re
tirement benefits   	
Statutory—Public Service Superannuation Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 57,
sec. 30 (1))    _.
228 Members   of   the   Legislative  Assembly
Superannuation Act    	
Statutory—Members of the Legislative
Assembly Superannuation Act
(R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 240, sec. 18)	
229 Employee benefits	
Statutory—
Extended   Health   and   Group   Insurance,  Public Service Benefit  Plans
Act (1976, chap. 46, sec. 5)	
Retirement  allowance,  Public Service
Act (1976, chap. 45, sec. 49)	
Statutory—Special pensions adviser,
Public  Service Act   (1976,   chap.  45,
sec. 2)  	
Special Warrant No. 13—Investigation
into pension benefits standards legislation	
Total, Ministry of Provincial Secretary and
Travel Industry  	
Total
expenditure
2,786,251
230,445
150,241
25,591,895
30,968
13,206
Main
estimates
voted
Expenditure
over (under)
main
estimates
$
Other Net
authori- over (under)
zationsi expenditure
143,610
144,086
(476)
(476)
15,500
19,000
(3,500)
(3,500)
5,425,610
50,000
5,375,610
5,375,610
34,764
60,992
(26,228)
(26,228)
7,843,569
7,746,708
96,861
100,000
(3,139)
1,345,012
1,345,931
(919)
(919)
223,344
230,073
(6,729)
(6,729)
776,617
781,008
(4,391)
(4,391)
5,127,396
7,514,080
(2,386,684)
(2,386,684)
1,016,410
1,400,000
(383,590)
(383,590)
141,698
141,698
141,698
—
1,571
1,571
1,571
—
57,272,639 54,182,889 3,089,75) 7,551,488 (4,461,738)
2,895,352
285,393
1,367,422 1,387,888
60,664,433 51,280,000
140,000
22,154,026
(109,101)
(54,948)
(20,466)
9,384,433
10,241
3,437,869
9,384,433
10,241
90,834,861 78,142,659
148,107,500       132,325,548
(109,101)
(54,948)
(20,466)
i "Other authorizations" comprise statutory and special warrant authorizations
1,814,747
374,494
1,248,628
30,968
30,968
—
13,206
36,600
(23,394:
12,692,202
11,651,483
1,040,719
15,781,952
19,202,971
(3,421,019)
is as indicated.
 26                                                   PROV
EXPENDITURE FOR THE
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITI
No.
of                       SERVICE
▼ote
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation
230   Minister's office                   	
INCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1979—Continued
1 MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continu
Total                 Main           ^$Lto0           °*"
.^irixii,,^          estimates               -JSE,                authon-
expendnure            voted              ^mjuj^            zalionsl
$                       $                       $                       $
102,428               116,724               (14,296)
1,224,138             1,294,013                (69,875)
494,191                495,024                     (833)
511,288                551,430                (40,142)
1,183,193             2,064,800              (881,607)
10,308,330           10,323,445                (15,115)
368,200             1,559,956           (1,191,756)
130,049                129,750                       299
16,445,919           16,346,619                  99,300
4,501,091             4,500,000                    1,091
5,000
1,950,396            1,858,000                92,396
104,000
988,280             1,000,000                (11.720)
1,182,602             1,477,331               (294,729)
1,855,704             2,333.953              (478,249)
7,000,000             7,000,000                 —
1,080,000             1,080,000                 —
403,668                421,299                (17,631)
4,283,423             4,436,193               (152,770)
18,000
1,580,745                579,796             1,000,949
1,040,000
2,892,870             3,390,270              (497,400)
133,939                342,000              (208,061)
2,475,000                                          2,475,000             2,475,000
!d
Net
over (under)
expenditure
$
(14,296)
(69,875)
(833)
(40,142)
(881,607)
235   Fish and Wildlife Branch	
(15,115)
(1,191,756)
237   Creston Valley Wildlife Management
299
99,300
239   Parks capital                  	
Statutory—K.  R. Yetter  Bequest,  Park
Act (1965, chap. 31, sec. 32)	
240   Land acquisition—National and Provin-
(3,909)
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 77
(11,604)
(11,720)
(294.729)
243 Recreation and Fitness Branch	
244 Recreation facilities grants	
245 Grants-in-aid of regional park develop-
(478,249)
(17,631)
247   Library Services Branch  _	
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 14 -
(170,770)
Supplement—Special Warrant No. 6..._	
(39,051)
(497,400)
(208,061)
Statutory—Crystal  Gardens  restoration,
Provincial   Capital   Commission   Act
(1956, chap. 55, sec. 11) 	
Ministry of Deregulation
Statutory—Minister's salary, Constitution
Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 71, sec. 9 (6)).
Special   Warrant   No.   32—Professional
and   special   services   and   other   ex-
61,095,454
7,809
132.268
61,300,603
(205,149)
7,809
132,268
3,642,000
7,809
100,000
(3,847,149)
32 268
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing
Statutory—Minister's salary, Constitution
Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 71, sec. 9 (6)).
Other minister's office expenditures	
140,077
7,809
19:643
140,077
7,809
19,643
107,809
7,809
32,268
19,643
Ministry of Tourism and Small Business
Development
Statutory—Minister's salary, Constitution
Act (R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 71. sec. 9 (6)).
Special   Warrant   No.   43—Professional
and special services and expcndiiures....
27,452
7,809
51,780
27,452
7,809
51,780
7,809
7,809
103.000
19,643
(51,220)
59,589
—
59,589
110,809
(51,220)
4,322,567,133   4,280,350,000         42,217,133       271,606,945- (
and special warrant authorizations as indicated,
ltory authorizations of $70,531,339 and special warrant (Financial
229,389,812 N
1 "Other authorizations" comprise statutory
2 The total of $271,606,945 represents stati
authorizations of $201,075,606.
Control Act)
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80
27
EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31,  1979—Continued
EXPENDITURE COMPARED WITH MAIN ESTIMATES AND OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS—Continued
SERVICE
Nonbudgetary Expenditure Charged to
Current Revenue
Crown Corporations
Advances—
British    Columbia   Assessment    Authority
(Assessment Authority of British Columbia Act, 1974, chap. 7, sec. 17 (4))	
British    Columbia    Systems    Corporation
(Systems Act, 1977, chap. 45, sec. 8 (1))_
Ocean Falls Corporation Act  (1973, chap.
64, sec. 9)	
Grant—British    Columbia    Railway    Company—re Fort Nelson Extension—
Special Warrant No. 13	
Special Warrant No. 67	
Total nonbudgetary expenditure	
Total
expenditure
$
2,500,000
5,000,000
4,000,000
Combined General Fund expenditure..
16,000,000
4,000,000
31,500,000
4,354,067,133
8 Pursuant to sections 12a and 12b of the Constitution Act, administration of many votes was transferred as a result of
the reorganization of ministries, December 6, 1978.
 28
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(C3)
STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES UNDER
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES, APRIL 1, 1978,
TO MARCH 31, 1979
Revenue Surplus of 1976-77 Appropriation Act, 1978
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar 31,1979
Program
Expenditure for
Year Ended
Mar 31,1979
$
2,000,000
5,000,000
2,000,000
10,000,000
27,629,730
5,000,000
5,000,000
2,000,000
5,500,000
2,000,000
10,000,000
Agriculture :
Accelerated Agricultural Program (sec. 1 (())	
Energy, Transport and Communications:
Local Airport Assistance Programs (sec. 1 (c))	
Environment:
Accelerated Water Treatment Program (sec. 1 (k)).
Forests :
Accelerated Reforestation Program (sec. 1 (d))..
Highways and Public Works :
Highways Programs (sec. 1  (b)) ,	
Labour:
Accelerated Summer Works Program (sec. 1 (e))	
Mines and Petroleum Resources :
Accelerated Mining Development Program (sec. 1 (/))	
Municipal Affairs and Housing:
Accelerated Elderly Citizens' Housing Construction Program (sec. 1 (b))
Recreation and Conservation :
Accelerated Recreation Facilities Program (sec. 1 (g)) 	
Accelerated Fisheries Program (sec. 1  (/))	
British Columbia Development Corporation:
Purchase of shares (sec. 1 (a))	
76,129,730
1,751,051
4,999,995
1,998,421
8,601,447
27,096,139
4,999,901
4,999,736
2,000,000
5,500.000
1,807,736
10,000,000
73,754,426
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1979/80                              29
(C4)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED
MARCH 31, 1979
Balance
March 31,
1978
Revenue and
Credits
Expenditure
Balance
March 31,
1979
Fixed-capital (Perpetual) Funds
Capital accounts—
British Columbia Cultural Fund	
Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette Education, Prevention, and Rehabilitation Fund	
20,000,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
See
Current
Accounts
See
Current
Accounts
20,000,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund	
20,000.000    [       Below
Below       |    20,000,000
90,000,000    |           —
—
90,000,000
Current accounts (available for expenditure)—
British Columbia Cultural Fund	
Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette Education, Preven-
66,465
3,790,921
2,641.367
1,518,052
3,447,443
2,180,417
1,980,645
3,129,479
3,436,905
884,906
1,768,077
3,363,809
77,003
5,086,432
2,853,935
1,283,722
Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund	
8,016,805    j    10,737,984
9,453,697    |      9,301,092
Other Funds
1,477
15,826,984
3.000,000
2,363,529
217.515,138
16,015,423
277,133,149
1,018,235
1,406,273
2,271,614
10,905,468
628,346
7,043,795
14,761,409
24,017,565
138,300,000
1,826,912
13,905,468
945,606
(1,903,622)
17,399,706
5,575,132
1,018,235
133,172,423
1,406,273
1,477
16,271,686
2,046,269
226,462,555
13,377,126
295,575,5822
5,127,577
Crop Insurance Stabilization Fund  	
Farm Income Assurance Fund  _	
Farm Products Industry Improvement Fund 	
I.otterv Fund
Revenue Sharing Fund
Special   Provincial   Employment   Programmes   Act
Fund
534,280,208    1  197,928,197
173,346,133    | 558,862.272
Miscellaneous Statutory Accounts
1,301
1,120,894
193,904
118,226
109
3,097,716
17
4,920,277
21,990
48,701
1,074,951
3,024,867
28,473
109
1,126,509
1,318
3,016,304
215,894
138,454
3,046,158
Crop Insurance Accounts  _ 	
Dairy Producers' Protection Fund	
Domestic Animal Protection Fund
University   Endowment   Lands   Administration   Account
4,532,150    I      6,065,936
4,179,958    |      6,418,128
Combined totals    	
636,829,163
214,732,117
186,979,788
664,581,492
1 Housing Fund balance of $226,462,555,  at March 31,  1979, is represented by cash and investments of
$73,126,124, accounts and advances receivable of $14,704,567, mortgages receivable of $10,103,618, real estate
of $88,986,343, and investments in and advances to housing corporations of $39,541,903.
2 Provincial Home Acquisition Fund expenditures comprise statutory abatements and remissions re mortgage
loans, as well as home-acquisition giants.   The home-owner (second mortgage) loans issued are not charged to
fund expenditures, but are carried as receivables.    The fund balance of $295,575,582 at March 31,  1979, is
represented by cash and investments of $74,857,979, and home-owner (mortgage) loans of $220,717,603.
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Quee
in right of the Province of British
1979
650-779-3931
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Columbia.
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