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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ESTIMATES
of Revenue and Expenditure
Fiscal Year Ending March 31
1981
As Authorized by the Legislature
Queen's Printer for British Columbia ©
Victoria, 1980
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Estimated Revenue
Page
5
Estimated Expenditure—
Summary 	
Detail—
Legislation 	
Auditor General _
Ombudsman 	
  9
  15
  19
  21
  23
  25
  33
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs          49
  57
  65
  73
  81
  95
  105
  117
Premier's Office	
Ministry of Agriculture 	
Ministry of Attorney-General
Ministry of Education 	
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 Industry and Small Business Development  125
Ministry of Intergovernmental Relations
Ministry of Labour 	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 	
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Government Services
Ministry of Tourism 	
Ministry of Transportation and Highways	
Ministry of Universities, Science and Communications
Standard Objects of Expenditure	
Schedule A—1978/79 Fiscal Year
131
135
143
149
155
171
175
187
195
197
  ESTIMATED REVENUE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1981
With Comparative Revenue for Fiscal Year 1979/80
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1980
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1981
,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
374,500,000
40,000,000
164,000,000
12,000,000
750,000
750,000
217,500,000
5,500,000
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 	
$1,287,000,000
526,000,000
680,000.000
199,000,000
28,000,000
1,000,000
72,000,000
47,000,000
23,000,000
17,000,000
14,000,000
10,000,000
1,000,000
Total Taxation Revenue
Natural Resource 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 	
Forests:
Logging Tax .
Timber Sales
Timber Royalties 	
Grazing Permits and Fees
Miscellaneous Forests
Receipts 	
$452,000,000
250,000,000
62,000,000
20,000,000
52,000,000
12,000,000
6,000,000
4,000,000
40,000,000
234,000,000
15,000,000
1,530,000
970,000
Land Leases, Rentals and Fees
_ $2,905,000,000
858,000,000
291,500,000
7,500,000
 ESTIMATED REVENUE,  1980/81
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1980
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1981
15,000,000
i,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
65,000,000
71,000,000
4,500,000
2,200,000
1,800,000
2,150,000
8,100,000
750,000
1,800,000
1,540,000
4,160,000
98,000,000
12,000,000
52,000,000
Natural Resource Revenue—Continued
Water Resources:
Water Rentals and Recording Fees	
Wildlife Act—Fees and Licences 	
Total Natural Resource Revenue
Other Revenue:
Sales and Service Fees:
Land Sales         3,800,000
Motor-vehicle Lien and
Search Fees        4,400,000
Medicare Services
Recoveries          8,100,000
Ferry Revenue         2,500,000
Ambulance Service         2,800,000
Forest Scaling Fees          9,000,000
Land Clearing Receipts _       2,400,000
Land Registry Fees        25,000,000
Sheriffs' Fees          1,300,000
Publications Service
Branch   750,000
Receipts  from  Beautiful
British Columbia Magazine            1,950,000
Miscellaneous Parks
Receipts           2,500,000
Miscellaneous Sales  and
Services          5,500,000
Licences and Permits:
Motor-vehicle Licences
and Permits        70,000,000
Companies Branch         5,950,000
Electrical Energy
Inspection Fees         2,400,000
Fire Services Act—
Fees,  etc.           1,900,000
Law Stamps          2,000,000
Liquor Licensing Branch
—Permits and Fees __       9,300,000
Mobile Home Registry _        1,000,000
Probate Fees   150,000
Camp-site Permits and
Park Use         2,340,000
Miscellaneous Licences
and Permits         4,960,000
Fines and Penalties
Interest from Investments
16,000,000
7,000,000
1,180,000,000
70,000,000
100,000,000
15,000,000
145,000,000
 ESTIMATED REVENUE, 1980/81
Estimated
Revenue for
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31, 1980
SOURCE
Fiscal Year Ending
March 31,1981
7,100,000
3,500,OOQ
Other Revenue—Continued
Miscellaneous:
Institutional Maintenance Receipts:
Maintenance of
Children          9,600,000
Other Maintenance
Receipts           3,750,000
10,600,000
4,400,000
4,800,000
1,400,000
15,250,000
Miscellaneous Revenue:
Insurance Claim Receipts
Superannuation Branch—
Cost Recoveries 	
Glendale Laundry
Receipts 	
Other Miscellaneous
Revenue 	
13,350,000
4,300,000
5,500,000
11,479,000
36,450,000
34,629,000
263,450,000
Total Other Revenue
215,000,000
20,000,000
235,000,000
600,000,000
242,000,000
37,000,000
4,700,000
20,000,000
9,900,000
31,300,000
300,000
2,100,000
636,900,000
302,700,000
Other Shared-cost Programs:
Adult Occupational
Training          38,000,000
Water Planning and
Management           4,600,000
Economic Development      32,500,000
Transportation and
Highways        11,200,000
Other Federal
Payments       20,500,000
947,300,000
25,200,000
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax -
Statutory Subsidies 	
Subtotal, Canada 	
106,800,000
1,500,000
2,100,000
     1,050,000,000
Municipal Share of Joint-service Programs        26,000,000
364,629,000
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
Liquor Distribution Branch—net profit        240,000,000
British Columbia Buildings Corporation __        30,000,000
British Columbia Systems Corporation  4,000,000
Total Contributions From Government Enterprises       274,000,000
Contributions From Other Governments:
Canada:
Established Programs Financing 	
Canada Assistance Plan	
972,500,000
$4,567,450,000
Total Contributions From Other Governments.
Total Estimated Revenue 	
1,076,000,000
$5,799,629,000
  MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1981
SUMMARY
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1979/80
^t°f                             SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1980/81
$4,307,865
405,300
1
2
A
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Legislation :
$5,685,160
428,000
Total to be voted	
4,713,165
51,160
6,113,160
.uditor General:
4,662,005
2,472,094
274,000
120,000
$6,113,160
2,466,906
266,369
Building Occupancy Charges	
2,733,275
2,866,094
192,670
Ombudsman:
2,540,605
838,203
150,000
30,000
2,866,094
300,000
Premier's Office:
300,000
551,612
1,018,203
245,047
18,149
Ministry of Agriculture:
226,898
129,448
1,155,166
1,137,221
9,863,929
1,200,310
52,793,224
233,196
239,987
1,170,317
3,078,000
408,400
551,612
109,787
1,070,677
960,134
Deputy Minister's Office 	
8,782,579
1,051,298
39,729,659
Economics and Marketing Services -	
188,670
225,985
Milk Board .....          .    	
738,187
3,676,000
444,862
56,977,838
71,409,198
1,046,576
55,931,262
71,409,198
 10
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1979/80
y?$                            SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1980/81
145,623
4,180,580
30 007 013
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
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
Ministry of Attorney-General:
155,343
4,538,565
34,558,563
9,139,726
46,035,075
63,679,321
11,715,293
1,022,486
4,826,766
1,342,993
6,009,712
2,557,118
382,506
329,314
1,918,200
1,820,944
1,613,155
1,037,410
143,795
7,110,955
102,350
37,903,000
1,750,000
8,082,746
38,641,433
56,437,836
10,014,770
858,317
3,917,204
1,127,114
5,698,478
1,072,456
117,225
286,190
1,255,000
1,569,882
1,239,425
455,990
125,362
6,172,021
83,692
32,204,000
Building Occupancy Charges	
1,667,623
Computer and Consulting Charges	
205,359,980
239,692,590
8,735,272
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs :
Minister's Office   	
196,624,708
140,092
1,196,208
2,845,649
4,828,986
2,712,220
1,342,905
45,660
2,500
1,489,000
1,359,000
239,692,590
133,005
816,228
2,507,401
Consumer Affairs   	
4,159,986
Corporate Affairs 	
1,968,397
Rentalsman   	
1,241,997
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch	
68,500
Corporate and Financial Services Commission	
3,000
Auditors' Certification Board	
1,495,000
1,132,038
Computer and Consulting Charges.	
Total to be voted	
13,525,552
15,962,220
820,249
Ministry of Education :
Minister's Office   	
12,705,303
191,886
6,610,769
711,110,274
231,873,399
4,632,408
44,150,000
10
10,985,785
2,380,000
1,460,050
15,962,220
119,071
5,909,057
Ministry Services	
616,015,542
Public Schools Education...  	
196,932,233
Post-secondary Education—Colleges and Provincial Institutes 	
4,755,654
Post-secondary Students' Aid Program  	
40,470,000
Teachers' Pensions Fund..	
10
9,185,749
Advances re Rural School Taxes—net	
Independent Schools
3,976,000
Building Occupancy Charges    .,
1,365,000
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted 	
878,728,316
1,013,394,581
1,149,372
Less recruitment savings	
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Minister's Office    .. .
877,578,944
153,841
413,298
1,245,832
1,059,225
5,021,213
7,370,570
3,452,553
521,500
176,047
1,013,394,581
91,533
177,242
Executive Management 	
923,479
Finance and Administration Branch	
1,012,931
1,110,568
Energy Resources Branch 	
6,762,749
Mineral Resources Branch 	
1,551,621
Petroleum Resources Branch	
700,000
Resource Access Program 	
Office of Coal Research    _
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
11
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1979/80
No. ol
Vote
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1980/81
1,225,000
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources—
Continued—
1,262,000
450,000
352,960
13,908,083
21,126,079
675,604
Ministry of Environment:
 	
13,232,479
152,422
3,157,388
54,802,563
1,312,446
1,663,822
2,000,000
10
131,468
5,958,000
1,908,045
21,126,079
164,938
'    2,532,840
47,480,328
1,245,394
1,577,716
Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat	
2,000,000
10
131,468
5,867,000
1,768,045
62,767,739
71,086,164
2,815,600
Ministry of Finance:
59,952,139
118,976
2,693,853
4,738,337
10,273,369
2,060,615
6,536,244
647,500
7,478,060
827,245
746,024
19,500,000
12,500,000
7,410,000
71,086,164
109,825
1,824,174
4,135,766
8,032,953
1,698,648
5,074,404
579,000
5,844,261
770,344
847,379
21,740,000
16,585,000
5,500,000
12,000,000
British   Columbia   Resources   Investment   Corporation—
2,557,473
2,598,500
250,000
19,843,653
1,133,983
2,828,000
250,000
17,000,000
1,058,041
3,659,000
109,266,268
102,184,359
2,021,566
Ministry of Forests :
107,244,702
123,272
2,193,809
17,230,608
60,191,667
7,717,500
36,221,670
24,016,881
10
3,161,974
3,156,000
2,913,797
102,184,359
115,544
1,904,356
13,059,377
45,431,561
7,350,000
31,249,740
20,390,518
10
5,000,000
3,899,000
2,405,069
130,805 175
156,927,188
5,989,367
124,815,808
156,927,188
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1979/80
%£f                               SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1980/81
144,082
21,093,008
35,539,703
198,906,792
114
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
Ministry of Health:
165,162
25,080,048
41,525,910
257,891,426
795,254,313
345,837,500
34,071,000
5,126,889
12,797,336
30,919,000
2,317,000
649,178,588
245,300,000
26,050,883
4,285,498
Emergency Health Services Commission 	
12,330,546
28,638,000
2,154,000
1,223,621,100
1,550,985,584
10,406,230
Ministry of Human Resources :
1,213,214,870
212,051
73,634,680
87,159,254
71,279,283
22,012,418
433,603,501
52,111,454
17,569,000
5,364,000
1,550,985,584
206,837
61,898,638
75,209,741
Direct Community Services and Administrative Support	
52,573,173
20,672,367
380,321,206
43,663,249
19,103,359
3,015,000
656,663,570
762,945,641
8,166,849
Ministry of Industry and Small Business Development:
648,496,721
187,509
8,567,203
2,031,695
5,765,500
41,032,000
715,000
849,000
762,945,641
164,683
7,265,357
1,487,015
Administration 	
5,161,000
21,500,000
684,000
1,073,000
37,335,055
59,147,907
331,959
Ministry of Intergovernmental Relations :
Minister's Office   —	
37,003,096
170,000
1,117,076
288,900
726,235
112,000
59,147,907
535,833
Special   Representative's   Office   and   British   Columbia
607,095
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House, Lon-
Total to be voted 	
1,142,928
2,414,211
52,112
Ministry of Labour:
1,090,816
155,758
2,396,320
37,087,884
8,204,840
4,969,409
2,414,211
141,341
2,592,032
36,253,809
Apprenticeship   Training   and   Employment   Opportunity
7,379,344
Occupational Environment, Safety Engineering and Compensation Advisory Services _  .
4,409,588
Labour   Relations,   Collective   Bargaining   and   Labour
Standards  	
 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
13
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1979/80
No. of
Vote
SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1980/81
711,952
10
1,123,000
1,040,100
151
.152
153
154
53,651,176
1,231,126
52,420,050
148,408
155
3,123,683
156
36,552,047
157
22,978,555
158
1,407,158
159
1,964,000
160
1,073,670
161
67,247,521
1,888,483
65,359,038
141,787
162
2,422,726
163
56,250,000
164
141,700,000
165
391,517
166
37,027,000
167
234,000
168
28,500
169
238,195,530
216,076
237,979,454
Ministry of Labour—Continued
Human Rights Programs  —	
Boards of Review {Workers1 Compensation Act)
Building Occupancy Charges    	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted  	
Less recruitment savings	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing
Minister's Office _	
Administration  _	
Lands and Housing	
Parks and Outdoor Recreation	
Ministry Enterprises 	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted	
Less recruitment savings  	
Ministry of Municipal Affairs :
Minister's Office.	
182,096
170
3,437,286
171
20,832,844
172
10,709,717
173
10
174
14,500,000
175
10
176
633,945
177
8,842,709
178
3,051,300
179
1,080,000
180
369,596
181
1,606,162
182
70,455,000
183
184
135,000
33,164,063
185
201,433
186
9,416,000
187
1,435,000
188
180,052,171
1,570,226
178,481,945
General Administration	
Grants, Contributions and Subsidies .
Revenue Sharing Fund.—	
Central Ministry Services	
Transit Services „ 	
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Total to be voted...
Less recruitment savings..
Ministry  of Provincial  Secretary  and  Government
Services:
Minister's Office   	
Administration   	
Heritage, Cultural, Recreation and Fitness .
Government Services 	
British Columbia Lottery Branch .
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation...
Public Inquiries Act   	
Provincial Elections Act-  	
Government Employees Relations Bureau  	
Public Service Commission Administration	
Salary and Benefits—Sundry Employees  	
Public Service Adjudication Board	
Superannuation Branch Administration  -...	
Public Service Superannuation and Retirement Benefits.
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act    	
Employee Benefits	
Government Information Services.. 	
Building Occupancy Charges _. ..—
Computer and Consulting Charges 	
Total to be voted ...
Less recruitment savings.
913,023
10
2,143,000
993,800
56,864,044
148,047
3,549,950
38,764,768
21,989,022
1,927,621
2,081,000
857,512
69,317,920
165,465
2,685,010
73,450,000
176,200,000
445,382
77,765,000
348,000 [
49,000
331,107,857
165,770
3,928,498
23,375,403
12,650,340
10
15,000,000
10
697,022
10,331,745
3,484,667
730,000
291,954
2,261,882
74,245,000
215,000
36,701,039
548,016
9,466,000
1,600,000
195,692,356
56,864,044
69,317,920
331,107,857
195,692,356
 14
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Estimated
Expenditure,
Fiscal Year
1979/80
*!?■£                            SERVICE
Estimates of Expenditure,
Fiscal Year 1980/81
158,139
10,397,330
422,000
332 000
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
Ministry of Tourism:
157,334
11,321,112
691,000
337,000
11,309,469
175,552
12,506,446
Ministry of Transportation and Highways :
11,133,917
212,089
6,423,536
1,118,973
179,351,848
208,209,007
10
997,476
3,556,393
15,898,017
1,150,751
329,756
1,323,211
3,108,928
739,568
57,929,127
14,000,000
15,356,000
4,080,900
12,506,446
168,872
5,653,199
913,358
156,326,179
160,258,637
10
General Administration—Highways	
General Administration—Transportation	
50,000
704,715
3,186,928
14,209,889
Government-owned Residences Maintenance..... 	
Motor-vehicle Branch	
1,025,582
Motor Carrier Branch 	
311,660
1,306,990
Transportation Policy Analysis Branch.	
2,073,585
Air Services Branch   _. 	
2,112,188
51,386,950
British Columbia Ferries - 	
16,684,000
Building Occupancy Charges
2,633,500
Computer and Consulting Charges  	
Total to be voted   	
419,006,242
513,785,590
12,905,620
Ministry of Universities, Science and Communications:
Minister's Office   _	
406,100,622
136,479
1,158,584
269,940,116
385,812
3,244,175
16,559,217
898,613
157,000
50,000
513,785,590
227,222
242,342,046
341,718
979,100
Science and Technology
15,672,054
Telecommunication Service Branch	
894,798
Communications   System   Development   and   Regulation
66,000
Building Occupancy Charges 	
12,600
Computer and Consulting Charges 	
260,535,538
292,529,996
180,920
Less recruitment savings	
Total Estimates 	
260,354,618
292,529,996
4,567,450,000
5,549,629,000
Statutory Appropriations
250,000,000
5,799,629,000
 MAIN ESTIMATES
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE
For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1981
LEGISLATION
Summary
Estimated,         Vote Estimates,
1979/80             No. 1980/81
Staff                  $                                                                                                                  Staff $
(     32)         4,307,865        1    Legislation  = (41) 5,685,160
405,300        2    Crown Corporation Reporting Committee  428,000
4,713,165 6,113,160
51,160 Less recruitment savings   —
(     32) 4,662,005 Total  (41) 6,113,160
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ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote!
This vote provides for
the support
services.
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
2,209,700
125,000
43,000
(       4)
253,214
(      11)
212,104
(      ID
235,424
(      2)
43,083
(      2)
43,095
(       1)
88,500
30,000
605,125
(       1)
369,620
50,000
(     32)
4,307,865
LEGISLATION
Description
the costs of the Legislative Assembly and its committees, including
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $                       $
Members of the Legislative Assembly _. 3,079,000
Select Standing Committees   125,000
Inter-parliamentary Relations   127,000
Speaker's Office  (4) 262,455
Government Members' Caucus (12) 300,600
Official Opposition (NDP)  (23) 540,100
Progressive Conservative   —
Liberal   —
Clerk of the House (1) 94,685
Legislative Procedure and Practice Inquiry   3 0,000
Other session expenses   659,700
Hansard operations  (1) 396,620
Dining-room     70,000
Total vote  (41) 5,685,160
(  32)
912,000
456,000
19,000
8,500
19,000
8,500
8,500
700,200
78,000
50,000
57,000
14,000
2,330,700
514,596
770,850
30,100
66,025
128,800
33,375
15,500
277,500
75,419
50,000
15,000
4,307,865
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(06) Allowances and expenses (members and
legislative officers):
Sessional allowances  1,288,000
Expense and living allowance   644,000
The Speaker—allowance   19,000
Deputy Speaker—allowance   8,500
Leader of the Opposition—allowance 19,000
Leader of the Liberal Party—allowance   —
Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party—allowance  —
Secretarial and clerical allowance .... 915,000
Air travel from constituencies  100,000
General constituency travel  85,500
Select   Standing   Committee—allowance and travel expenses  50,000
Clerks of the House  61,500
Sergeant-at-Arms   15,000
3,205,500
(01) Salaries—established  (41) 770,860
(04) Salaries—temporary   844,550
(10) Travel expense   26,500
(20) Professional and special services   66,250
(30) Office expense   151,900
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   24,500
(40) Advertising and publications   14,600
(50) Materials and supplies   315,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   77,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery  and  equipment 20,000
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies  66,500
(90) Other expenditure  102,000
5,685,160
 LEGISLATION
17
Vote 2
CROWN CORPORATION REPORTING COMMITTEE
Description
This vote 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, 1979/80
$
405,300
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
428,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
202,650    (04) Salaries—temporary   260,000
(06) Allowances and expenses (members and
24,125                 legislative officers)    25,000
42,460    (10) Travel expense   30,000
91,675    (20) Professional and special services   70,000
28,950    (30) Office expense   30,000
3,860    (35)  Office furniture and equipment  4,000
7,720    (50) Materials and supplies   5,000
3,860    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   4,000
405,300
428,000
  AUDITOR GENERAL
19
Staff
(      85)
(    85)
Estimated,
1979/80
$
2,466,906
266,369
2,733,275
192,670
2,540,605
AUDITOR GENERAL
Summary
Vote
No.
3 Auditor General 	
4 Building Occupancy Charges	
5 Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings 	
Total   	
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
..(91)         2,472,094
274,000
             120,000
2,866,094
.(91) 2,866,094
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ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 3
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, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(     85)      2,466,906 Total vote   (91) 2,472,094
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     85)      1,926,700 (01) Salaries—established  _—(91) 1,930,894
— (04) Salaries—temporary   6,000
193,579 (10) Travel expense   212,700
220,020 (20) Professional and special services  270,000
34,450 (30) Office expense  40,000
44,390 (35) Office furniture and equipment  10,000
21,712 (40) Advertising and publications   —
1,930 (50) Materials and supplies  2,500
24,125 (90) Other expenditure   —
2,466,906 2,472,094
Vote 4
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Auditor General.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
266,369
Total vote
274,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
266,369    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers          274,000
Vote 5
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
120,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (25) Data systems and processing         120,000
 OMBUDSMAN
21
Estimated,
1979/80
$
300,000
Vote
No.
6
7
8
Summary
Ombudsman  	
Staff
 (25)
Estimates,
1980/81
$
838,203
Building Occupancy Charges     - -
150,000
Computer and Consulting Charges
Total  	
30,000
300,000
 (25)
1,018,203
 22
Vote 6
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
OMBUDSMAN
Description
This vote provides for the costs of the Ombudsman.
Estimated, 1979/80
300,000
300,000
300,000
Staff
Total vote  (25)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
838,203
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (25) 611,203
(04) Salaries—temporary    20,000
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _ 10,000
(10)  Travel expense   74,000
(20)  Professional and special services   34,000
(30)  Office expense   54,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment   3,000
(40) Advertising and publications   27,000
(50)  Materials and supplies   5,000
(90) Other expenditure   —
838,203
Vote 7
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ombudsman.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
150,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(60) Rentals—outside   suppliers  	
150,000
Vote 8
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
  30,000
Estimated, 1979/80
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(25) Data systems and processing	
30,000
 PREMIER'S OFFICE
23
Staff
(       9)
(       9)
Estimated,
1979/80
$
245,047
18,149
226,898
PREMIERS OFFICE
Summary
Vote
No.
9   Premier's Office 	
Less recruitment savings
Total	
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
..(17) 551,612
--(17)
551,612
 24
Vote 9
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
PREMIER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the costs of the Premier's Office, including his salary and expenses
and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(       9)
245,047
(      9)
168,813
2,412
33,775
24,125
1,447
14,475
Staff
Total vote  (17)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
551,612
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (17) 411,612
(04)  Salaries—temporary   5,000
(10) Travel expense  55,000
(30) Office expense   35,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment  15,000
(50) Materials and supplies  3,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers  12,000
(90) Other expenditure  15,000
245,047
551,612
 AGRICULTURE
25
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
Summary
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(       5)
109,787
10
(       9)
1,070,677
11
(     21)
960,134
12
(   314)
8,782,579
13
(     26)
1,051,298
14
(   132)
39,729,659
15
(       6)
188,670
16
(     10)
225,985
17
(     22)
738,187
18
3,676,000
19
444,862
20
56,977,838
1,046,576
(   545)
55,931,262
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
Minister's Office  (6) 129,448
Deputy Minister's Office  (11) 1,155,166
Finance and Administration  (24) 1,137,221
Field Operations  (315) 9,863,929
Economics and Marketing Services  (28) 1,200,310
Financial Assistance Program  (128) 52,793,224
Information Services  (7) 233,196
Milk Board  (10) 239,987
Provincial Agricultural Land Commission (22) 1,170,317
Building Occupancy Charges  3,078,000
Computer and Consulting Charges  408,400
71,409,198
.(551)       71,409,198
 26 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 10
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Agriculture, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
Total vote (6) 129,448
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(       5)
109,787
(      5)
88,075
14,475
4,825
2,412
	
109,787
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (6) 105,948
(10)  Travel expense   16,000
(30) Office expense   5,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
(50) Materials and supplies  500
129,448
Vote 11
DEPUTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
The Deputy Minister's office provides executive direction for the Ministry. The office
includes the Policy and Planning Branch and executive officers. The budget provides for
grants to aid university agricultural research, demonstration, and testing projects, as well as
grants and contributions to assist fairs, exhibitions, and agriculture societies.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(       6) 173,117 Executive Administration   (7) 195,693
(       3) 91,815 Policy and Planning Branch (4) 100,113
General  and  research  grants  and  ex-
451,137 penses   466,360
354,608 Aid to developing countries   393,000
(      9)      1,070,677 Total vote  (11) 1,155,166
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(      9)         213,403    (01) Salaries—established  (11) 254,056
Salaries—temporary   54,000
Travel expense   31,200
Professional and special services  16,200
Office expense  2,300
Advertising and publications   4,800
Materials and supplies   14,550
Rentals—outside suppliers   700
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 9,000
Grants, contributions and subsidies  768,360
213,403
(01)
28,950
(04)
29,046
(10)
32,086
(20)
3,329
(30)
4,246
(40)
16,983
(50)
3,088
(60)
11,580
(75)
727,966
(80)
1,070,677 1,155,166
 AGRICULTURE
27
Vote 12
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote 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, 1979/80
Staff $
(    21)        960,134
Total vote
Staff
-(24)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,137,221
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(    21)
342,871
(01)
64,956
(04)
77,682
(10)
14,475
(20)
143,785
(30)
64,655
(35)
110,975
(40)
58,517
(50)
82,025
(55)
193
(60)
—
(90)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
-(24)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles  	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Other expenditure	
408,835
73,810
76,800
13,000
143,600
65,476
126,150
60,350
168,000
200
1,000
960,134
1,137,221
 28
Vote 13
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
FIELD OPERATIONS
Description
Assistant Deputy Minister—This program provides for the salary and expenses of the
Assistant Deputy Minister and his staff.
Regional Extension Services—This program provides a diversity of services designed to
assist agricultural producers to achieve optimum development and utilization of resources
through improved farm production, marketing and business management practices. It provides
extension and education programs that facilitate transfer of research information, advanced
technology and modern methods from research institutions and other sources for practical
application by producers, it teaches producers fundamentals of scientific agriculture, it provides
general advisory services that enable producers to take advantage of economic opportunities
and to increase net farm income, and it encourages effective use and conservation of all
resources.
Specialist and regulatory services—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, farm labour, 4-H
and farm vacations. Operating within this program are the veterinary, dairy and soils
laboratories.
Production services—The program provides assistance and technical services to agricultural
producers and commodity groups through specific development projects and specialist advisory
services. The activities are designed to facilitate improved management and production of
livestock, poultry, apiary, field and horticultural crops. Special studies are undertaken to protect future production resources of agriculture. Grants are made to agricultural organizations
in reference to livestock, crop improvements and weed control.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
3)
77)
148)
86)
$
129,022
1,404,397
4,432,661
2,816,499
(   314)      8,782,579
Activity
Staff
Assistant Deputy Minister  (3)
Regional extension services  (82)
Specialist and regulatory services (143)
Production services   (87)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
142,954
1,848,900
4,802,507
3,069,568
Total vote
-(315)
9,863,929
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   314)      6,236,018 (01) Salaries—established  (315) 7,186,525
384,124 (04)  Salaries—temporary    439,272
641,198 (10)  Travel expense   735,350
395,761 (20) Professional and special services  237,000
85,799 (30) Office expense   _ 78,675
11,916 (40) Advertising and publications   13,200
369,910 (50) Materials and supplies   429,450
17,376 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   25,975
106,640 (75) Acquisition—machinery and  equipment 264,350
470,437 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  394,132
63,400 (90) Other expenditure  60,000
8,782,579
9,863,929
 AGRICULTURE
29
Vote 14
ECONOMICS AND MARKETING SERVICES
Description
This program provides 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 also 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, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(      2) 59,698 Marketing Branch—Administration (2) 62,276
Marketing   Branch—British   Columbia
(       4) 385,777 food promotion  (4) 431,321
Marketing Branch—Provincial Market-
90,806 ing Board  90,600
Marketing Branch—marketing research
(       2) 73,505 and analysis  (3) 92,496
Marketing Branch—marketing develop-
(       1) 18,815 ment  (1) 16,016
(     17) 422,697 Economics Branch (18) 507,601
(     26)       1,051,298 Total vote  (28) 1,200,310
(    26)
539,193
16,316
95,366
121,397
12,158
257,510
6,174
2,026
965
193
1,051,298
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (28)
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
(10) Travel expense
(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
(90)  Other expenditure 	
667,489
19,000
55,500
106,071
43,100
13,100
285,950
6,550
3,050
500
1,200,310
 30
Vote 15
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Description
The program chiefly provides financial plans which ensure that the producer, aided by the
processor of agricultural products, is able to maintain and improve food production activity on
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. Loans
under the Agricultural Land Development Act and transfers to the Farm Income Assurance
Fund are provided for in this vote.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
(       6)         147,504             Assistant Deputy Minister  (6) 155,687
(      7)    11,719,241             Agriculture credit  (6) 27,200,838
(       6)    11,304,610             Agriculture and rural development (7) 10,438,167
(     16)         554,073             Crop insurance  (15) 2,554,040
(       5)    15,026,331             Farm income assurance _  (5) 11,373,493
(       4)         122,371             Farm products finance (4) 117,164
Property Management Branch  (net of
(    88)        855,529                recoveries)  (85) 953,835
(   132)    39,729,659 Total vote  (128) 52,793,224
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   132)      2,310,712 (01) Salaries—established   (128) 2,553,613
2,280,430 (04) Salaries—temporary   1,329,496
144,619 (10) Travel expense   150,765
430,461 (20)  Professional and special services  400,075
46,463 (30) Office expense  40,200
18,141 (40) Advertising and publications  17,100
1,414,133 (50) Materials and supplies   1,450,175
2,547,583 (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   2,315,700
— (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   100,000
73,435 (75) Acquisition—machinery  and  equipment 105,100
13,244,625 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  28,800,000
18,769,057 (90) Other expenditure   17,111,000
1,550,000 (99) Farm recoveries  (Credit) 1,580,000
39,729,659
52,793,224
 AGRICULTURE
31
Vote 16
INFORMATION SERVICES
Description
The program informs farmers and nonfarmers about British Columbia agricultural technology and food products. This program also describes agricultural techniques to farmers
through use of publications, brochures, fact sheets, and film. It also creates an awareness of
agriculture among consumers through media, advertising, displays, and speeches.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
233,196
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(       6)
188,670
(       6)
120,542
Clas
(01)
6,755
(04)
14,233
(10)
12,159
(20)
2,895
(30)
19,300
(40)
11,580
(50)
—
(60)
1,206
(75)
Total vote
Staff
-(7)
188,670
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established __
Salaries—temporary _..
Travel expense
-(7)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Advertising and publications
Materials  and supplies 	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
150,696
12,000
18,200
9,500
1,750
19,000
17,000
250
4,800
233,196
Vote 17
MILK BOARD
Description
The function of the Milk Board is to administer the marketing provisions of the Milk
Industry Act.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     10)
225,985
Total vote
Staff
(10)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
239,987
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     10)         175,638 (01) Salaries—established (10) 194,387
3,860 (04) Salaries—temporary   4,500
26,055 (10) Travel expense   26,000
13,847 (20) Professional and special services  7,700
4,053 (30) Office expense   4,500
2,026 (40) Advertising and publications   2,300
506 (50) Materials and supplies   600
225,985
239,987
 32
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 18
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.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(     22) 738,187 Commission  (22) 785,817
— Detailed soils mapping         384,500
(     22)
738,187
Total vote  (22)
1,170,317
(     22)
405,915
(01)
42,483
(04)
79,902
(07)
65,620
(10)
33,775
(20)
29,915
(30)
4,825
(40)
35,222
(50)
1,930
(60)
38,600
(80)
738,187
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established   (22)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense  	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Advertising and publications
Materials and supplies	
Rentals—outside suppliers —
Grants, contributions and subsidies
459,426
116,944
79,902
94,120
334,601
28,269
7,025
9,500
1,930
38,600
1,170,317
Vote 19
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimates, 1980/81
Estimated, 1979/80
$
3,676,000
Total vote
3,078,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,676,000    (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers        3,078,000
Vote 20
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
444,862
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
408,400
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
444,862    (25)  Data systems and processing  408,400
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
33
ATTORNEY-GENERAL
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(       6)
145,623
2!
(   159)
4,180,580
22
(1,409)
30,007,013
23
(   280)
8,082,746
24
(     96)
38,641,433
25
(2,062)
56,437,836
26
10,014,770
27
858,317
28
(     64)
3,917,204
29
(     47)
1,127,114
30
(   135)
5,698,478
31
(     17)
1,072,456
32
(       6)
117,225
33
(       8)
286,190
34
1,255,000
35
(     87)
1,569,882
36
(     49)
1,239,425
37
(     10)
455,990
38
(       6)
125,362
39
(   315)
6,172,021
40
(      2)
83,692
41
32,204,000
42
1,667,623
43
205,359,980
8,735,272
(4,758)
196,624,708
Summary
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
Minister's Office  (6) 155,343
Administration and Support  (158) 4,538,565
Court Services  (1,435) 34,558,563
Criminal Justice Division  (280) 9,139,726
Police Services (95) 46,035,075
Corrections   (2,061) 63,679,321
Legal Services Society  11,715,293
Justice Development Fund   1,022,486
Legal Services to Government (73) 4,826,766
Superior and County Judiciary (52) 1,342,993
Provincial Judiciary  (135) 6,009,712
Coroners    (19) 2,557,118
British Columbia Parole Board (6) 382,506
Law Reform Commission (8) 329,314
Criminal Injuries Compensation Act  1,918,200
Public Trustee  (87) 1,820,944
Fire Commission  (48) 1,613,155
British Columbia Racing Commission (10) 1,037,410
Film Classification Branch (6) 143,795
Land Registry Program  (315) 7,110,955
Order in Council Patients' Review Board (2) 102,350
Building Occupancy Charges  37,903,000
Computer and Consulting Charges  1,750,000
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry __.
239,692,590
.(4,796)     239,692,590
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Vote 21
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Attorney-General, including his salary and expenses
and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       6) 145,623
Total vote
Staff
_(6)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
155,343
(      6)
108,000
9,650
23,148
2,895
1,930
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
 (6)
(01) Salaries—established
(04) Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Office expense
(10)
(30)
(35)
Office furniture and equipment
113,622
2,500
22,000
10,221
7,000
145,623
155,343
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
35
Vote 22
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
Description
This vote provides for:
(a) central over-all policy and executive direction;
(b) central over-all support, including financial and personnel administration; information and library services; co-ordination of the planning and management of
Ministry facilities; serving as liaison with the British Columbia Buildings Corporation; co-ordination of the planning and management of data systems, serving
as liaison with the British Columbia Systems Corporation;
(c) central policy planning, including policy analysis; research capability for the
development and evaluation of programs, and funding of the Counterattack
Program.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       9) 298,576
(    136)      2,988,252
(     14) 893,752
(   159)      4,180,580
Staff
Deputy Minister's Office (8)
Support services  (133)
Policy planning (17)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
318,221
3,296,428
923,916
Total vote
-(158)
4,538,565
(   159)
2,839,210
290,293
220,384
141,678
168,270
46,044
197,439
69,788
9,650
197,342
482
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (158)      3,271,968
(04) Salaries—temporary   189,188
(10) Travel expense  239,967
(20) Professional and special services  152,978
(25) Data systems and processing  500
(30) Office expense   200,648
(35) Office furniture and equipment  67,562
(40) Advertising and publications   185,128
(50) Materials and supplies  78,786
(55) Motor-vehicles  6,140
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  145,200
(90) Other expenditure  500
4,180,580
4,538,565
 36
Vote 23
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
COURT SERVICES
Description
This vote provides for:
(a) Administration and Technical—Executive direction of all activities, the detailed
planning for court services and the development of management systems and
improved court procedures;
(b) Integrated Courts—Provides a Supreme, County, and Provincial trial/registry
service in a community and may provide service to satellite communities;
(c) Provincial Courts—Provides a full range of Provincial Court services in a community;
(d) Family Court—Provides a discreet Family Court trial/registry service to a community;
(e) Vancouver Superior, County, and Provincial (Criminal and Small Claims)
Courts—Provides a Court of Appeal, Supreme Court, County Court, and Provincial Court (Criminal and Small Claims) trial/registry service to Vancouver.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
107)
670)
196)
72)
3,783,924
13,710,031
3,852,516
1,132,406
(   364)      7,528,136
(1,409)    30,007,013
Activity
Staff
Administration and technical (100)
Integrated Courts  (671)
Provincial Courts  (203)
Family Court (61)
Vancouver Superior,  County and Provincial Courts  (400)
Total vote
-(1,435)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
4,109,232
15,931,740
4,437,345
1,134,106
8,946,140
34,558,563
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(1,409)
23,135,943
(01)
869,822
(04)
1,271,008
(07)
1,049,331
(10)
1,665,996
(20)
1,035,172
(30)
316,628
(35)
25,136
(40)
280,293
(50)
339,680
(55)
5,790
(75)
12,214
(90)
30,007,013
-(1,435)
Salaries—established
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—machinery and equipment-
Other expenditure	
26,918,843
1,081,102
1,390,023
1,334,294
1,357,015
1,261,478
388,873
44,439
371,294
408,500
2,702
34,558,563
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
37
Vote 24
CRIMINAL JUSTICE DIVISION
Description
This vote provides for:
(a) advice to government, police and Crown Council on criminal justice and related
matters;
(b) response to complaints and inquiries made by private agencies and the public;
(c) Crown Counsel services throughout the Province for the prosecution of cases in
criminal, Juvenile Delinquents Act (Canada), and numerous provincial statutes
and municipal by-law matters before the Provincial and County Courts, the
Superior Courts and the courts of appeal;
(d) licensing firearms businesses and issuance of firearms acquisition certificates.
Estimate(
I, 1979/80
Staff
$
(   280)
8,082,746
(   280)
5,573,143
Clas,
(01)
121,013
(04)
291,078
(10)
1,688,032
(20)
191,955
(30)
117,392
(35)
80,071
(50)
20,062
(55)
8,082,746
Total vote
Staff
.(280)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
9,139,726.
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established   (280)
Salaries—temporary  	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
6,074,641
127,064
305,632
2,202,434
201,553
123,262
84,075
21,065
9,139,726
 38
Vote 25
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
POLICE SERVICES
Description
This vote provides for:
(a) improvement of police effectiveness through the raising of police standards, developing police/community relations, and co-ordinating all aspects of policing
throughout the Province;
(b) reduction of identified types of organized crime through research, analysis, and
investigation;
(c) policing of the Province under contract with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       8)      1,761,568
(     88)      2,007,786
34,872,079
(     96)    38,641,433
Activity
Staff
British Columbia Police Commission	
 (8)
Co-ordinated Law Enforcement Unit	
 (87)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Contract 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,933,160
2,228,196
41,873,719
Total vote
-(95)
46,035,075
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     96)
1,761,921
(01)
56,188
(04)
114,556
(10)
36,437,208
(20)
71,524
(30)
20,033
(35)
2,895
(40)
98,028
(50)
14,475
(55)
2,026
(60)
41,495
(75)
4,825
(80)
16,259
(90)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
-(95)
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 	
38,641,433
1,966,192
79,650
111,119
43,586,738
82,888
15,541
26,000
113,609
18,189
2,127
18,600
5,000
9,422
46,035,075
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
39
Vote 26
CORRECTIONS
Description
This vote provides for:
(a) Secure Custodial Facilities—The Corrections Branch provides secure facilities, in
the major population centres of the Province, for adults and juveniles awaiting
trial and sentence and requiring custody;
(b) Open Facilities—Whenever secure custody is not required, sentenced offenders
are accommodated in forest camps, farms or special program facilities; such
facilities are available separately for juvenile and adult offenders in various parts
of the Province;
(c) Community-based Programs—A wide range of programs are provided within the
community for adult and juvenile offenders; examples of these programs include
community correctional centres from which offenders can re-enter the work force
or resume their education; programs which offer young offenders the challenge
of a wilderness experience, and educational and counselling programs for those
sentenced for alcoholic-related offences;
(d) Probation and Family Services—Probation services provide information to the
court to assist in determining disposition; provide alternatives to incarceration
for adult and juvenile offenders which allow them to remain in the community
while receiving the supervision and support of a probation officer; provide an
opportunity for offenders to undertake reparative community work service under
supervision; and, through family court counselling, provide services to those
seeking assistance from the courts regarding family matters;
(e) Management Support Services—The effective and efficient management of the
operations of the Corrections Branch is provided for through the provision of
management personnel, and support services including staff development, chaplaincy services, information services, program analysis and evaluation, resource
analysis, medical and psychological services, and the classification of inmates;
(/) Inspection and Standards—The division monitors the delivery of correctional
services through regular inspections to ensure that appropriate standards are met;
develops standards in areas where they do not exist; and investigates complaints
and grievances regarding the delivery of correctional services.
Activity
Estimat'
Staff
(   776)
(   388)
ed,1979/80
$
20,037,987
10,366,125
5,432,664
12,631,827
7,796,893
172,340
Secure custodial facilities     	
Open facilities 	
Staff
_.._.(769)
—.(387)
Estimates,
$
22,263,187
12,768,633
6,730,373
13,660,400
8,078,248
178,480
1980/81
$
(   151)
(   505)
(   236)
(       6)
Community-based programs
Probation and family services
Management support services
Inspection and standards 	
Total vote	
.--(154)
....(514)
 (231)
  (6)
(2,062)
56,437,836
(2,061)
63,679,321
 40 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 26—Continued
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(2,062) 42,152,338
1,738,039
4,342
1,249,910
5,387,963
289
488,825
151,087
39,467
4,032,397
266,688
20,466
58,353
359,161
467,627
20,884
Estimates, 1980/81
-boards, courts	
(01)
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20) Professional and special services
(25) Data systems and processing	
(30) Office expense
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Fees and allowances-
Travel expense
Staff
-(2,061)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(70)
(35)  Office furniture and equipment _
(40) Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Acquisition—land and buildings
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies	
(90) Other expenditure 	
56,437,836
46,554,136
2,632,276
26,600
1,202,179
6,753,754
4,600
525,446
184,744
61,644
4,723,703
529,021
21,914
33,935
401,112
14,900
9,357
63,679,321
Vote 27
LEGAL SERVICES SOCIETY
Description
This vote 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.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
                          11,715,293
Estimated, 1979/80
$
10,014,770
Total vote
7,025,200
2,989,570
10,014,770
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(20) Professional and special services..
-      6,527,902
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies      5,187,391
11,715,293
Vote 28
JUSTICE DEVELOPMENT FUND
Description
This vote provides for capacity to fund development/demonstration projects; assists in the
extension of justice systems through private agencies to those members of society who do not
presently have access to them.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
                             1,022,486
Estimated, 1979/80
$
858,317
Total vote
858,317
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies       1,022,486
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
41
Vote 29
LEGAL SERVICES TO GOVERNMENT
Description
This vote provides for:
(a) over-all direction and co-ordination of legal services to the Province of British
Columbia and its various ministries, boards, committees and societies, as well
as advice and counsel on legal matters and interpretation of statute law;
(b) (i) advice to the Province of British Columbia in regard to constitutional and
administrative law and inter-governmental matters;
(ii) representation for the Province of British Columbia in civil litigation;
(c) (i)   drafting, preparation, filing, and publication of statutes, regulations and
Orders in Council;
(ii) on-going revision, maintenance and updating of Provincial statutes;
(d) development of policies and programs in family law, organizing, implementing
and providing legal services in family law, assisting in co-ordinating and providing
legal services to social services, and directing other branches of Government in
the implementation of these programs, policies, and services.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     64)      3,917,204
Total  vote
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
$                       $
(73)
4,826,766
( 64) 1,487,858
32,467
60,368
2,223,308
76,852
16,535
10,615
9,201
3,917,204
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (73) 1,771,038
(04) Salaries—temporary   337,385
(10) Travel expense   93,085
(20) Professional and special services   2,507,954
(30) Office expense   67,192
(35) Office furniture and equipment  15,295
(40) Advertising and publications  24,000
(50) Materials and supplies   10,817
4,826,766
Vote 30
SUPERIOR AND COUNTY JUDICIARY
Description
This vote provides for administrative and support services for Justices of the Superior
Courts (Courts of Appeal and Supreme Court) and Judges of the County Court.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     47)      1,127,114
Total vote
Staff
-(52)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,342,993
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     47)         798,180 (01) Salaries—established  (52) 942,903
132,718 (04) Salaries—temporary   202,804
89,687 (10) Travel expense   63,500
15,981 (20) Professional and special services   2,000
41,696 (30) Office expense  89,670
34,354 (35) Office furniture and equipment  35,400
14,498 (50) Materials and supplies   6,716
1,127,114
1,342,993
 42
Vote 31
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
PROVINCIAL JUDICIARY
Description
This vote provides for 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, 1979/80
Staff $
(   135)      5,698,478
Total   vote
Staff
-(135)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
6,009,712
(   135)
5,175,472
106,073
342,705
74,228
5,698,478
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
 (135)
(01)
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(50)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies 	
5,567,441
157,222
250,000
25,000
5,000
3,000
2,049
6,009,712
Vote 32
CORONERS
Description
This vote provides for ascertaining cause of death when violent or unnatural death is suspected.
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(     17)
1,072,456
(     17)
300,064
28,659
99,128
17,360
564,389
11,232
12,122
37,573
1,447
482
1,072,456
Total   vote
Staff
-(19)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,557,118
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (19) 402,452
(04) Salaries—temporary   25,000
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _ 114,128
(10) Travel expense   51,972
(20) Professional and special services   1,937,889
(30) Office expense  10,677
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   ■—
(50) Materials and supplies  15,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   —
(90) Other expenditure    —
2,557,118
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
43
Vote 33
BRITISH COLUMBIA PAROLE BOARD
Description
This vote provides for adjudication re paroling of young-adult offenders into the community
after completing a correctional training program.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
6) 117,225
Total vote
Staff
-(6)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
382,506
(      6)
116,552
673
117,225
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (6) 181,925
(04) Salaries—temporary     12,360
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts  62,400
(10) Travel expense   45,784
(20) Professional and special services   28,000
(30) Office  expense    8,089
(35) Office furniture and equipment   7,750
(40) Advertising and publications   19,748
(50) Materials and supplies   2,950
(55) Motor-vehicles     13,000
(60) Rentals—outside  suppliers    500
382,506
Vote 34
LAW REFORM COMMISSION
Description
This vote provides for research into the Statute Laws of the Province and the making of
recommendations for change as required.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       8) 286,190
(       8)
200,320
38,600
4,825
8,188
9,650
6,272
9,650
8,685
286,190
Staff
Total vote  (8)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (8)
(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 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
329,314
172,314
10,000
70,000
8,000
12,000
26,000
15,000
16,000
329,314
 44
Vote 35
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION ACT
Description
This vote provides for compensation for victims of violent and certain other crimes.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,255,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,918,200
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,255,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies       1,918,200
Vote 36
PUBLIC TRUSTEE
Description
This vote provides for the protection of estates and financial interests of minors, mentally
disordered persons and those under long-term health care, and the administration of estates of
certain deceased persons.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     87)      1,569,882
Total vote
Staff
-(87)
Estimates, 1980/81
1,820,944
(     87)
1,398,541
57,057
19,068
2,518
71,650
12,438
3,496
5,114
1,569,882
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (87)
(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 	
1,612,086
58,354
14,558
2,500
83,818
35,000
5,628
9,000
1,820,944
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
45
Vote 37
FIRE COMMISSION
Description
The office of the Fire Commissioner administers the Fire Services Act and regulations and
performs the following functions: collection and dissemination of fire information in the
Province, investigation and inquiries into fires, conditions under which fires occur, the study of
fire prevention and fire suppression, and the provision of general advisory services respecting
fire protection.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     49)      1,239,425
Total vote
Staff
-(48)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,613,155
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     49)
981,770
28,950
48,250
26,055
28,950
11,580
12,545
4,825
96,500
1,239,425
(01) Salaries—established   (48)
(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 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies	
1,024,014
6,000
33,553
59,000
261,413
38,884
5,000
22,580
29,886
28,000
4,825
100,000
1,613,155
Vote 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA RACING COMMISSION
Description
This vote provides for the control and regulation of horse-racing in the Province, including
the licensing of all personnel engaged in operation of racetracks.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     10) 455,990
Total vote
Staff
(10)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,037,410
(     10)
455,990
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
216,456
(01)
21,411
(04)
13,143
(07)
23,967
(10)
90,647
(20)
12,328
(30)
3,522
(35)
74,516
(80)
-(10)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary .
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services	
Office expense	
Office furniture and equipment
Grants, contributions and subsidies ...
300,723
52,614
16,500
67,860
182,529
16,540
12,750
387,894
1,037,410
 46
Vote 39
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
FILM CLASSIFICATION BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the examination and classification of all films to be shown in motion-
picture theatres, and also licensing businesses of film and motion-pictures.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
6) 125,362
Total vote
Staff
-(6)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
143,795
(       6)
109,537
(01)
2,895
(04)
3,860
(10)
1,447
(20)
4,825
(30)
868
(35)
—
(40)
965
(50)
965
(75)
125,362
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established  (6)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
123,483
3,000
3,860
1,450
5,172
800
400
4,350
1,280
143,795
Vote 40
LAND REGISTRY PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for the approving of registration of title and other claims to land;
retrieval of title information.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   315)      6,172,021
Total vote
Staff
-(315)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
7,110,955
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
 (315)
(   315)      5,197,026    (01) Salaries—established
283,198    (04) Salaries—temporary
16,216    (10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
524,102    (30) Office expense
151,479    (35) Office furniture and equipment
5,907,840
306,963
33,414
74,675
631,730
156,333
6,172,021
7,110,955
 ATTORNEY-GENERAL
47
Vote 41
ORDER IN COUNCIL PATIENTS' REVIEW BOARD
Description
This vote 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, 1979/80
Staff $
(       2) 83,692
Total vote
Staff
-(2)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
102,350
(       2)
30,955
7,352
34,182
5,790
4,183
1,230
83,692
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
 (2)
;stablished
-temporary
(01)
(04)
(07)
(10)
(30) Office expense	
(35) Office furniture and equipment
Salaries-
Salaries-
Fees and allowances—boards, courts
Travel expense	
36,976
7,720
45,891
6,080
4,392
1,291
102,350
Vote 42
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
32,204,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
37,903,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
32,204,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers      37,903,000
Vote 43
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,667,623
Total vote.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,750,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,667,623    (25) Data systems and processing       1,750,000
  CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
49
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Summary
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(       6)
133,005
44
(     33)
816,228
45
(     96)
2,507,401
46
(   187)
4,159,986
47
(     97)
1,968,397
48
(     51)
1,241,997
49
68,500
50
3,000
51
1,495,000
52
1,132,038
53
13,525,552
820,249
(   470)       12,705,303
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
Minister's Office  (6) 140,092
Executive and Administration (40) 1,196,208
Consumer Affairs  (96) 2,845,649
Corporate Affairs (189) 4,828,986
Rentalsman  (112) 2,712,220
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (51) 1,342,905
Corporate and Financial Services Commission  45,660
Auditors' Certification Board   2,500
Building Occupancy Charges  1,489,000
Computer and Consulting Charges  1,359,000
15,962,220
Less recruitment savings   —
Total of Ministry  (494) 15,962,220
 50
Vote 44
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(      6)
133,005
Total vote
Staff
-(6)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
140,092
(      6)
Vote 45
104,924
14,475
8,299
1,930
1,447
1,930
133,005
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
 (6)
(01)
(10)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(60)
Salaries—established
Travel expense 	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATION
116,242
14,500
8,300
700
350
140,092
Description
This vote provides central administrative and legal support services to all branches of the
Ministry. This includes personnel services, accounts, space and telephone co-ordination, and
the requisitioning of supplies.
Staff solicitors are provided by the Ministry of the Attorney-General.
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister's Office  (3)
Office of the Executive Director (2)
Administration  (14)
Legal services (4)
Personnel (6)
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(
6)
179,278
(
11)
190,915
(
4)
99,562
(
5)
117,224
(
7)
229,249
(
33)
816,228
(
33)
594,544
Clas.
(01)
18,966
(04)
44,389
(10)
100,553
(20)
42,073
(30)
7,141
(35)
8,562
(50)
816,228
Policy and planning
Total vote
-(H)
(40)
Estimates, 1980/81
$
$
97,194
56,619
275,271
116,382
181,100
469,642
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established    (40)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies 	
825,592
27,406
62,774
211,500
46,507
8,429
14,000
1,196,208
1,196,208
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
51
Vote 46
CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Description
The Consumer Affairs Program promotes fairness and knowledgability 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, 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.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
( 4)
( 10)
( 25)
( 13)
( 44)
296,085
263,935
511,705
575,010
860,666
(    96)      2,507,401
Executive 	
Enforcement Branch
-(4)
-(10)
Consumer Credit and Debtor Assistance
 (25)
Consumer Education and Information
Branch   (13)
Operations Branch (44)
331,989
307,640
572,223
631,777
1,002,020
Total vote  (96)
2,845,649
(    96)
1,701,342
49,215
9,264
125,160
155,847
96,210
12,350
172,734
26,054
159,225
2,507,401
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established     .-(96)
(04) Salaries—temporary
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(80)
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
1,936,879
57,710
7,300
122,305
156,200
96,600
30,842
192,850
29,075
19,500
196,388
2,845,649
 52
Vote 47
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Description
The Corporate Affairs Division 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, Insurance and Real Estate 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, and through the central registry registers mechanics' liens, and liens
against motor-vehicles and personal chattels; and conducts searches for those liens for the
general public, financial community and the legal profession.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(      4) 337,884
(     99)      1,965,122
(     65)      1,340,567
(     19)
516,413
(   187)      4,159,986
Activity
Staff
Executive    (2)
Companies    (100)
Brokers, insurance and real estate (67)
Credit  unions,   co-operatives  and  trust
companies   (20)
Total vote  (189)
Estimates,
$
123,760
2,499,569
1,638,753
566,904
1980/81
$
4,828,986
(   187)
,139,787
304,680
102,868
260,815
189,718
29,527
101,325
10,036
21,230
4,159,986
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (189) 3,575,988
(04) Salaries—temporary     685,388
(10) Travel expense   92,500
(20) Professional and special services   102,400
(30) Office expense   225,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment   35,760
(40) Advertising and publications   106,400
(50) Materials and supplies   550
(55) Motor-vehicles     5,000
4,828,986
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS
53
Vote 48
RENTALSMAN
Description
The Rentalsman 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 concerned by the Act, including rental rates and 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.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
 (112)                           2,712,220
Estimated
1, 1979/80
Staff
$
(    97)
1,968,397
(     97)
1,667,125
Clas.
(01)
13,510
(04)
4,053
(07)
62,725
(10)
16,405
(20)
113,870
(30)
35,222
(35)
35,705
(40)
19,782
(55)
1,968,397
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established  (112)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts _
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services 	
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment 	
Advertising and publications 	
Motor-vehicles 	
2,294,650
112,558
4,200
52,000
13,000
130,000
46,107
35,705
24,000
2,712,220
Vote 49
LIQUOR CONTROL AND LICENSING BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for over-all direction and control of policy development and administration of the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch within the confines of the Liquor Control
and Licensing Act and regulations.
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(    51)
1,241,997
(     51)
994,765
Clas,
(01)
30,880
(04)
105,185
(10)
—
(20)
39,565
(30)
2,219
(35)
4,825
(40)
6,658
(50)
28,950
(55)
28,950
(90)
1,241,997
Total vote
Staff
-(51)
Estimates, 1980/81
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established    (51)
Salaries—temporary	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
Other expenditure 	
1,095,105
35,000
117,000
4,800
44,000
5,000
4,000
2,000
36,000
1,342,905
1,342,905
 54
Vote 50
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Description
Established by section 3 of the Securities Act, the Commission hears appeals under various
statutes administered by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
68,500
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
45,660
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (04) Salaries—temporary 	
55,000 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts —
7,500 (20) Professional and special services	
5,000 (30) Office expense 	
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment	
— (50) Materials and supplies 	
8,600
35,000
1,000
960
100
68,500
45,660
Vote 51
AUDITORS' CERTIFICATION BOARD
Description
This Board was established by the Companies Act to assess the qualifications of auditors
for reporting companies.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
3,000
Total vote
2,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,000    (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _ 2,500
Vote 52
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
1,495,000
Total vote
1,489,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,495,000   (60) Rentals—outside suppliers        1,489,000
 CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS 55
Vote 53
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
1,132,038 Total vote   1,359,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,132,038    (25) Data systems and processing      1,359,000
  EDUCATION
57
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(
6)
119,071
54
(
113)
5,909,057
55
(
386)
616,015,542
56
57
(
47)
196,932,233
(
18)
4,755,654
58
40,470,000
59
10
60
(
4)
9,185,749
61
3,976,000
62
1,365,000
63
878,728,316
1,149,372
(   574)     877,578,944
Summary
Minister's Office 	
Ministry Services 	
Public Schools Education
Staff
-(7)
Post-secondary Education-
cial Institutes	
 (116)
 (378)
-Colleges and Provin-
-(47)
Post-secondary Students' Aid Program (18)
Teachers' Pensions Fund 	
Advances re Rural School Taxes-
Independent Schools
-net
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges
-(3)
Estimates,
1980/81
191,886
6,610,769
711,110,274
231,873,399
4,632,408
44,150,000
10
10,985,785
2,380,000
1,460,050
Less recruitment savings
1,013,394,581
Total of Ministry  (569)  1,013,394,581
 58
Vote 54
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Education, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       6) 119,071
Total vote
Staff
-(7)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
191,886
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(      6) 97,621    (01) Salaries—established (7)
13,950    (10) Travel expense 	
6,500    (30) Office expense
1,000    (35) Office furniture and equipment
119,071
145,086
24,300
20,000
2,500
191,886
Vote 55
MINISTRY SERVICES
Description
This vote 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, planning, and budgeting for physical facilities for schools, colleges, and other
post-secondary institutions, personnel, information services, educational statistics, and payroll.
Also provided for are funds for educational research and development and membership in
and services to several national and interprovincial activities, and policy development.
Estimated:
Staff
(     12)
33)
24)
34)
7)
(       3)
1979/80
$
379,059
897,377
1,349,569
749,979
131,202
1,938,621
278,421
184,829
Activity
Staff
(14)
Estimates, 1980/81
Deputy Minister's Office
Facilities services (net of recoveries)	
 (33)
Information and data services (25)
Financial services  (34)
Personnel services    (7)
Research and development
National and interprovincial activities	
Policy development (3)
$
468,396
912,699
1,449,842
809,142
159,121
1,938,621
708,699
164,249
$
(   113)      5,909,057
Total vote
.(116)
6,610,769
 EDUCATION
59
Vote 55—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
113)
2,268,354
120,076
193,825
2,078,333
115,530
30,730
166,763
6,025
929,421
5,909,057
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries^stablished (116) 2,566,017
(04) Salaries—temporary     244,830
(10) Travel expense  209,332
(20) Professional and special services  2,309,852
(30) Office expense   170,300
(35) Office furniture and equipment   33,700
(40) Advertising and publications  188,315
(50) Materials and supplies   4,300
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  950,063
(99) Recoveries from the Ministry of Universities,  Science  and  Communications
(Vote 212)  (Credit) 65,940
6,610,769
Vote 56
PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDUCATION
Description
Administrative and legislative services—Provides for the administration of the Public
Schools Act and regulations and administration of services to districts, such as textbooks,
school buses, correspondence education, and the Provincial Education Media Centre.
Public instruction services (basic programs)—Provides for leadership and direction in the
development and implementation of educational programs in the public school system, for the
over-all management of public instruction through the major program areas of curriculum
development, learning assessment, and program implementation at the school district level
through instructional and consultative services.
Public instruction services (special education)—Provides for the development and implementation of Provincial policy and programs in special education in the public school system,
for the evaluation and assessment of existing and proposed special education programs and
services to students with various learning disabilities, both within and outside the school system,
for assisting school district personnel to organize and evaluate special education programs, for
developing new and improved methods in meeting the needs of exceptional children.
Educational personnel services—Provides for pre-service and in-service training of administrative and teaching personnel throughout the Province, for the recruitment and direction of
District Superintendents of Schools, for the certification of all teachers and for assistance to
teachers and boards in matters of recruitment, transfers and dismissal.
Scholarships—Provides for the preparation, administration, supervision, marking and coordination of scholarship examinations, for administering the general education equivalency
examinations to enable adults to obtain a secondary school completion certificate, for evaluating
the records of students from outside the Province in order to assist schools with placement
decisions.
Grants—school districts—Provides for grants to or on behalf of school districts in the
Province.
Grants to reduce local school taxes—Provides for home-owner grants.
 60
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 56—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   145)    14,682,411
(     32)      2,431,913
(   119)      3,341,910
(     79)      2,939,297
(     11)      1,220,011
437,000,000
154,400,000
(   386) 616,015,542
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
Administrative  and  legislative  services
 (144) 15,746,3 62
Public instruction services   (basic programs)   (32) 2,993,941
Public instruction services (special education) (net of recoveries) ......(119) 4,006,757
Educational personnel services (72) 2,807,544
Scholarships   (11) 1,907,670
Grants—school districts   465,848,000
Grants to reduce local school taxes   217,800,000
Total vote  (378) 711,110,274
(   386)
7,901,032
319,058
40,000
341,099
3,315,067
182,000
49,687
422,490
11,202,736
48,583
323,000
592,264,540
393,750
616,015,542
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (378) 8,340,312
(04) Salaries—temporary   504,102
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts — 75,000
(10) Travel expense     429,799
(20) Professional and special services  4,054,095
(30) Office expense   200,871
(35) Office furniture and equipment  76,560
(40) Advertising and publications   582,475
(50) Materials and supplies   .._ 11,765,335
(55) Motor-vehicles   5,000
(60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   41,100
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 351,250
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies   685,114,500
(99) Recoveries from the Ministry of Attorney-General re the Justice Institute
 (Credit) 430,125
711,110,274
 EDUCATION 61
Vote 57
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION—COLLEGES AND PROVINCIAL INSTITUTES
Description
Management services—Provides for management consultation and direction for Provincial
post-secondary institutions and advisory councils, for involvement in national and inter-provincial projects such as with the Employment and Immigration Commission in vocational training,
and for Ministry staff support to industrial education.
Program services—Provides for development, co-ordination, and assessment in post-
secondary institutions in the areas of vocational, career, and academic/technical programs,
and for the development and printing of curricula material for post-secondary programs.
Adult/continuing education— Provides for co-ordination and support for adult/continuing
education programs, including adult basic education, citizenship instruction, and other related
programs in school districts and post-secondary institutions.
Council support grants—Provides funding for the operation of the Academic Council, the
Management Advisory Council, and the Occupational Training Council.
Operating grants and expenditures—colleges, Provincial institutes and other post-secondary
institutions—Provides for grants and expenditures to colleges, Provincial institutes and other
post-secondary institutions to operate their educational programs, including all administrative
costs such as operations and maintenance of college buildings.
Operating grants and expenditures—other—Provides for grants to colleges and school
districts for continuing and adult education and for support to distance learning systems through
operating grants to and capital acquisitions by colleges, institutes, other post-secondary institutions and councils in connection with program identification and development, library and
media services and delivery systems, and career counselling.
Grants and expenditures—capital support programs—Provides for the repayment of capital
debt related to post-secondary institutions and for annual capital grants and expenditures for
other purposes such as equipment replacement.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
( 19)
( 21)
(      7)
733,713
1,749,093
415,660
745,300
168,209,868
5,328,599
19,750,000
(     47)  196,932,233
Activity
Management services ._
Program services
Staff
(19)
(21)
-(7)
Adult/continuing education
Council support grants	
Operating grants and expenditures—
colleges, provincial and other post-
secondary institutes (net of recoveries)
Operating
other 	
Grants and
expenditures—capital
port programs 	
sup-
Total vote
-(47)
Estimates, 1980/81
$
1,242,227
1,934,943
484,494
820,000
$
grants   and   expenditures—
195,195,000
5,446,735
26,750,000
231,873,399
 62 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 57—Continued
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(     47)
962,144
(01)
268,944
(04)
110,100
(10)
1,218,028
(20)
38,000
(30)
7,200
(35)
129,200
(40)
3,000
(60)
204,879,367
(80)
(99)
10,683,750
196,932,233
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense.
Staff
(47)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Rentals—outside suppliers
Estimates, 1980/81
$
1,100,287
279,242
123,025
1,765,360
45,350
13,700
157,000
Grants, contributions and subsidies  239,806,584
Recoveries   from   Ministry   of  Labour
(Vote 148)  (Credit)    11,417,149
231,873,399
Vote 58
POST-SECONDARY STUDENTS' AID PROGRAM
Description
Grants to post-secondary students—Provides for the administration and distribution of
various forms of financial assistance to students, including grants to supplement the Canada
Student Loan Program.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(
18)
10,568,119
5,812,465
(
18)
4,755,654
(
18)
263,778
Clas,
(01)
65,375
(04)
8,860
(10)
9,000
(20)
12,420
(30)
1,230
(35)
36,750
(40)
1,390
(50)
10,169,316
(80)
(99)
5,812,465
4,755,654
Program  expenditure
Less recoveries 	
Total vote _
Staff
 (18)
(Credit)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
11,531,166
6,898,758
-(18)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense.
-(18)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Grants, contributions and subsidies	
Recoveries from the Ministry of Universities, Science and Communications
(Vote 213)  (Credit)
300,049
130,442
10,930
39,938
15,550
3,330
47,465
600
10,982,862
6,898,758
4,632,408
4,632,408
 EDUCATION 63
Vote 59
TEACHERS' PENSIONS FUND
Description
This vote provides for the statutory payment of the employer's portion of the Teachers'
Pensions Fund.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
40,470,000 Total vote   44,150,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
40,470,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies    44,150,000
Vote 60
ADVANCES RE RURAL SCHOOL TAXES—NET
Description
This vote provides for the statutory advance payments of rural school taxes.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
135,000,000 Advances re rural school taxes  145,000,000
Less   recovery,   rural   district   taxes
134,999,990  (Credit) 144,999,990
10 Total vote  10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
135,000,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies 145,000,000
134,999,990    (99) Recoveries    (Credit) 144,999,990
10 10
Vote 61
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
Description
Inspector of Independent Schools—Provides for the office of the Inspector of Independent
Schools.
Direct grants to independent schools—Provides for grants to eligible schools based on the
appraisal of their facilities, teaching staff, and educational programs.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(      4) 185,749 Inspector of Independent Schools —(3) 185,785
9,000,000 Direct grants to independent schools .. 10,800,000
(      4)     9,185,749 Total  vote    (3) 10,985,785
 64 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 61—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Staff $
(       4) 101,874 (01) Salaries—established
— (04) Salaries—temporary ..
12,000 (10) Travel expense
Staff
(3)
67,875    (20) Professional and special services
4,000    (30) Office expense
Estimates, 1980/81
$
87,626
2,838
10,800
80,521
4,000
9,000,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies .     10,800,000
9,185,749
10,985,785
Vote 62
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
3,976,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,380,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,976,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       2,380,000
Vote 63
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,365,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,460,050
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,365,000    (25) Data systems and processing        1,460,050
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
65
MINISTRY OF ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
Summary
Staff
4)
6.)
38)
28)
20)
162)
57)
Estimated,
1979/80
$
91,533
177,242
923,479
1,012,931
1,110,568
6,762,749
1,551,621
700,000
1,225,000
352,960
Vote
No.
13,908,083
675,604
(   315)       13,232,479
Staff
--(5)
-(10)
64 Minister's Office 	
65 Executive Management
66 Finance and Administration Branch (45)
67 British Columbia Energy Commission (28)
68 Energy Resources Branch  (26)
69 Mineral Resources Branch (168)
70 Petroleum Resources Branch  (66)
71 Resource Access Program 	
72 Office of Coal Research (4)
73 Building Occupancy Charges 	
74
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings
Estimates,
1980/81
$
153,841
413,298
1,245,832
1,059,225
5,021,213
7,370,570
3,452,553
521,500
176,047
1,262,000
450,000
21,126,079
Total of Ministry  (352)       21,126,079
 66
Vote 64
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources,
including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff « «
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       4)
91,533
Total vote
(5)
153,841
(       4)
75,321
13,317
1,930
965
91,533
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (5) 116,064
(04) Salaries—temporary   3,502
(10) Travel expense   30,000
(30) Office expense   3,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment  1,275
153,841
Vote 65
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT
Description
This vote provides executive direction for the Ministry as well as the information services.
Staff includes executive officers, Director of Communications, and immediate support staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(        6) 177,242
Total vote
Staff
(10)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
413,298
(       6)
163,733
11,097
1,447
965
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (10)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense 	
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
242,995
4,553
21,500
60,000
2,250
7,000
75,000
177,242
413,298
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
67
Vote 66
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the general administrative and financial functions of the Ministry,
including personnel, data processing, collection of mineral revenues, budget and financial
control, technical publications and library services.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
10)
5)
2)
(     21)
(     38)
216,880
175,597
111,280
419,722
923,479
Activity
General management
Staff
 (2)
Administrative Services Division (11)
Comptroller Division (6)
Personnel Services Division (4)
Data processing co-ordination (1)
Mineral Revenue Division (21)
Total vote
(45)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
57,178
291,079
205,489
188,385
31,375
472,326
1,245,832
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
38)
624,626
(01)
24,824
(04)
5,066
(07)
71,867
(10)
13,027
(20)
65,427
(30)
4,076
(35)
43,540
(40)
38,600
(50)
5,406
(55)
27,020
(60)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Fees and allowances-
Travel expense 	
-(45)
-boards, courts
Professional and special services
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment ..
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
871,411
24,674
5,000
110,842
20,500
67,550
13,390
60,465
44,500
27,500
923,479
1,245,832
 68
Vote 67
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
BRITISH COLUMBIA ENERGY COMMISSION
Description
The British Columbia Energy Commission carries out the regulatory function for energy
utilities in accordance with the Energy Act.
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(     28)
1,012,931
(     28)
680,448
7,720
41,392
219,441
30,397
5,066
14,475
13,992
1,012,931
Staff
Estimates, 1980/81
$
Total vote 	
 (28)
1,059,225
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (28)
(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 	
716,463
7,720
41,392
227,400
31,500
5,250
15,000
14,500
1,059,225
Vote 68
ENERGY RESOURCES BRANCH
Description
Under the direction of the Assistant Deputy Minister, the Energy Resources Branch is
responsible for the provision of policy advice on energy resource management, implementation
of the Provincial energy policy, supervision of the Energy Conservation Program, forecasting
and energy statistics, and funding of the Rural Electrification Program.
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(     20)
1,110,568
(     20)
532,288
Clas,
(01)
(04)
42,755
(10)
340,066
(20)
6,079
(30)
(35)
121,590
(40)
21,712
(50)
—
(55)
—
(60)
30,880
(75)
15,198
(80)
1,110,568
Total vote
Staff
(26)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
(26)
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, 1980/81
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
714,086
265,657
110,470
3,350,000
10,750
17,000
180,000
33,250
8,000
15,000
52,000
265,000
5,021,213
5,021,213
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
69
Vote 69
MINERAL RESOURCES BRANCH
Description
Under the direction of the Assistant Deputy Minister, the Mineral Resources Branch is
responsible for the administration of all statutes and regulations pertaining to the solid mineral
resources of the Province with the exception of mineral royalties and taxes. The Branch consists of the Inspection and Engineering, Titles, Geological, and Mineral Economics Divisions,
which provide the basic regulatory, engineering, scientific and financial functions through which
it can advise and respond to mineral policy objectives established by the Government and the
demands of the mineral industry. The Branch also administers the provisions of grants and
incentives to promote the orderly development of the mineral sector.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       2) 215,846
(     51)       1,912,539
61)
38)
10)
2,022,688
701,988
253,646
277,919
593,000
386,000
399,123
(   162)      6,762,749
Activity
Staff
Executive and staff (2)
Geological Division (52)
Inspection and Engineering
Division   (65)
Titles Division (39)
Mineral Economics Division (10)
Prospectors Assistance Program 	
Grants and Subsidies Program	
Mineral exploration incentive 	
Mineral data 	
Total vote
-(168)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
188,980
2,229,796
2,460,204
855,732
287,630
283,228
593,500
471,500
7,370,570
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   162)      3,489,063 (01) Salaries—established (168) 4,159,611
332,614 (04) Salaries—temporary   397,142
62,664 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts   300
520,515 (10) Travel expense   609,534
442,511 (20) Professional and special services  390,745
57,415 (30) Office expense   48,340
19,471 (35) Office furniture and equipment  34,287
82,147 (40) Advertising  and  publications    115,000
145,611 (50) Materials and supplies   161,185
90,225 (55) Motor-vehicles   139,300
166,632 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   212,832
105,447 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 128,875
1,248,434 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  973,419
6,762,749
7,370,570
 70
Vole 70
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
PETROLEUM RESOURCES BRANCH
Description
Under the direction of the Assistant Deputy Minister, the Petroleum Resources Branch is
responsible for the administration of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, Regulations Act 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. The Branch is responsible for ensuring that Crown-owned oil and natural gas rights
are disposed of in a judicious manner.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       2)           83,192 Executive and staff  (2) 95,820
(     31)         888,180 Engineering   Division    (36) 2,599,982
(     12)         313,917 Geological   Division    (13) 383,972
(     12)         232,557 Titles  Division   (13) 274,377
33,775 Mediation and Arbitration Board __.(2) 98,402
(     57)      1,551,621
Total vote
.(66)
3,452,553
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     57)       1,190,565 (01)  Salaries—established    (66) 1,502,627
38,986 (04) Salaries—temporary  39,400
29,915 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts ... 50,000
51,627 (10) Travel expense   53,150
62,725 (20) Professional and special services   69,776
27,984 (30)  Office expense   33,550
11,483 (35)  Office furniture and equipment   16,700
35,950 (40) Advertising and publications   46,150
32,906 (50)  Materials and supplies   48,100
23,160 (55)  Motor-vehicles    37,000
24,125 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   24,100
22,195 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 22,000
— (80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies   1,510,000
1,551,621
3,452,553
 ENERGY, MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES
71
Vote 71
RESOURCE ACCESS PROGRAM
Description
The program provides for the maintenance of existing roads and construction of new roads,
either through cost-sharing with the mineral and petroleum industries, or through direct
Ministry involvement, and also for the preparation of preliminary engineering and biophysical
impact assessments of proposed major resource road construction.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
550,000
150,000
700,000
Activity
Mineral resource roads 	
Shared-cost resource roads
Total vote 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
371,500
150,000
521,500
12,000
138,000
550,000
700,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary  10,000
(10) Travel expense   1,000
(40) Advertising and publications   500
(60) Rentals—outside  suppliers   140,000
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings  220,000
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies   150,000
521,500
Vote 72
OFFICE OF COAL RESEARCH
Description
This office will evaluate coal technology developments of particular significance to British
Columbia and will co-ordinate all coal research activities in the Province.
Estimated, 1979/80
Total   vote
Staff
-(4)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
176,047
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (4) 106,047
(TO) Travel expense   15,000
(20) Professional and special services  35,000
(30) Office expense   3,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
(50) Materials and supplies   5,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   10,000
176,047
 72
Vote 73
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,225,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,262,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,225,000    (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers         1,262,000
Vote 74
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
  450,000
Estimated, 1979/80
352,960
Total vote
i
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
352,960    (25) Data systems and processing         450,000
 ENVIRONMENT
73
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(       6)
164,938
75
(     83)
2,532,840
76
(1,256)
47,480,328
77
78
(     27)
1,245,394
(     38)
1,577,716
79
2,000,000
80
10
81
131,468
82
5,867,000
83
1,768,045
84
62,767,739
2,815,600
(1,410)
59,952,139
Summary
Staff
Minister's Office  (6)
General Administration  (83)
Resource and Environment Management (1,255)
Environment   and   Land   Use   Committee   Secretariat   (27 )
Provincial Emergency Program  (38)
Salmonid Enhancement Program 	
Flood Relief Act	
Creston Valley Wildlife Management	
Building Occupancy Charges .
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings	
Total of Ministry	
Estimates,
1980/81
152,422
3,157,388
54,802,563
1,312,446
1,663,822
2,000,000
10
131,468
5,958,000
1,908,045
71,086,164
(1,409)      71,086,164
 74
Vote 75
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Environment, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
152,422
Estimated
1979/80
Staff
$
(        6)
164,938
(        6)
111,961
16,405
28,853
6,272
965
482
—
164,938
Total vote
Staff
-(6)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established
(04) Salaries—temporary
(10) Travel expense	
(30) Office expense
-(6)
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies .
— (60) Rentals—outside suppliers
117,106
24,316
8,000
500
500
2,000
152,422
'
Vote 76
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote provides for over-all policy direction and administrative support for the
Ministry, including office of the Deputy Minister and Assistant 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, other agency programs (recoverable) and membership fees in support of the
Ministry's objectives.
Activity
Estimated,
Staff
23)
60)
1979/80
$
913,216
1,345,554
274,050
10
10
Staff
Deputy Minister's Office  (23)
Administration  (60)
Grants  	
Provincial disaster grants
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,264,568
1,548,800
344,000
10
Federal and other agency programs (net
of recoveries) 	
10
(     83)      2,532,840
Total vote
-(83)
3,157,388
 ENVIRONMENT
75
Vote 76—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
(     83)
1,490,828
335,817
110,975
215,617
220,365
58,915
99,417
125,950
41,204
55,593
130,275
932,849
275,025
1,559,990
2,532,840
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established
(04) Salaries—temporary ..
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts
(10) Travel expense
Staff
(83)
(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
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies 	
(99) Recoveries from British Columbia Hydro
and Power Authority (Credit)
Estimates, 1980/81
$
1,761,613
619,519
40,000
265,336
318,735
76,565
100,616
149,330
114,374
74,112
1,087,690
4,127
344,010
1,798,639
3,157,388
Vote 77
RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
Description
Fish and Wildlife—provides for the conservation of fish and wildlife resources and the
habitats they require. The Branch protects and manages the fish and wildlife resources of the
Province; regulates hunting, fishing, and other recreational activities; controls the impacts of
wildlife on man's interests; and regulates a variety of commercial uses of fish and wildlife.
The latter includes trapping, guiding, commercial fishing and fish farming, taxidermy, tanning,
and the keeping of wildlife in captivity. The Branch also monitors the impacts of resource
development and ameliorates these impacts through inter-agency resource planning systems.
Research is also conducted to increase knowledge useful for improving management principles
and systems.
Water Management-—provides for the administration and control of the use of surface
water and the administration of the Water Utilities Act, Dykes Maintenance Act and dam
safety inspections.
Marine Resources—provides for the management and economic development of the oyster
and marine plant industries and regulation and development of the fish processing sector of the
British Columbia commercial fishing industry. It provides services for these responsibilities
under the British Columbia Fisheries Act and Fish Inspection Act and by representing the
Province at international fisheries negotiations; it functions as a liaison between Provincial and
Federal agencies whose activities affect marine resources.
Waste Management—provides for the administration of the Pollution Control Act, the
Litter Act, and waste management programs including Project SAM.
Pesticide Control—provides for the administration of the Pesticide Control Act.
Environmental Laboratory—tests samples of water, wastewater, sediments, air, vegetation,
and soil for environmental contaminants; includes pesticide analysis.
Planning and Development—provides for basin planning, environmental assessment
studies, and major engineering functions; water resource management studies; flood damage
prevention programs, including floodplain mapping and flood prediction; construction and
operation of flood control works; implements the Fraser River Flood Control and Okanagan
Basin Implementation Program.
Environmental Health Engineering—provides consulting services to Provincial health units
and municipal officials respecting drinking water supplies, swimming-pool operation, sewage
disposal and solid wastes.
 76
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 77—Continued
Resource Analysis—provides an inventory function by assessing capability and suitability
of land for various purposes, and biophysical data for other ministries; carries out environmental impact assessments.
Surveys and Mapping—provides control surveys, aerial photography, primary base mapping and program co-ordination services.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
(   354)    10,323,040             Fish and Wildlife (353) 11,504,032
(   147)      3,694,380             Water Management  (147) 4,036,449
(     16)         582,738             Marine Resources  (16) 2,567,280
(   202)      6,010,491              Waste Management  (202) 6,624,805
(     16)         504,097             Pesticide Control  (16) 564,713
(     78)      2,236,617             Environmental Laboratory  (78) 2,880,296
(   185)    15,823,070              Planning and Development  (185) 16,588,216
(     88)      2,564,860             Resource Analysis  (88) 2,784,672
(   151)      5,194,445             Surveys and Mapping  (151) 6,577,395
(     12)         375,666             Environmental Health Engineering (12) 406,570
(       7)         170,924             Field Operations  (7) 268,135
(1,256)    47,480,328                              Total vote   (1,255) 54,802,563
i
Estimated, 1979/80
Clas
Staff
$
(1,256)
25,572,700
(01)
2,384,496
(04)
2,829,416
(10)
4,449,621
(20)
601,351
(30)
117,061
(35)
389,494
(40)
1,792,463
(50)
403,802
(55)
767,629
(60)
6,996,385
(70)
1,120,008
(75)
55,902
(80)
47,480,328
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Staff
.(1,255)
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	
28,728,082
3,944,930
3,101,733
5,524,409
635,785
116,595
419,908
2,070,825
534,832
1,065,142
7,226,724
1,376,489
57,109
54,802,563
 ENVIRONMENT
77
Vote 78
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE COMMITTEE SECRETARIAT
Description
The Secretariat serves as the staff arm of the Environment and Land Use Committee
(ELUC) of Cabinet.
Under the Environment and Land Use Act, the committee is empowered to investigate and
recommend on any matter relating to the environment and the development and use of land and
other natural resources.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(       5) 271,307 Executive office and administration (5) 277,451
(     12) 364,874 Resource planning (12) 397,801
(     10) 609,213 Special projects  (10) 637,194
(     27)       1,245,394 Total vote  (27) 1,312,446
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     27) 626,018 (01)
185,714 (04)
77,778 (10)
231,599 (20)
41,688 (30)
11,097 (35) Office furniture and equipment
18,528 (40) Advertising and publications	
6,947 (50) Materials and supplies	
46,025 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
— (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Salaries—established (27)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
704,066
177,447
77,400
195,388
44,656
6,500
17,500
13,550
71,439
4,500
1,245,394
1,312,446
 78
Vote 79
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
PROVINCIAL EMERGENCY PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for costs of the Provincial Emergency Program, 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, 1979/80
Staff $
38)      1,577,716
Total vote
Staff
-(38)
Estimates, 1980/81
1,663,822
(     38)
1,577,716
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
669,845
(01)
49,215
(10)
150,443
(20)
17,949
(30)
6,755
(35)
3,956
(40)
239,320
(50)
38,600
(55)
17,563
(60)
—
(70)
94,570
(75)
289,500
(80)
Salaries—established
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles  	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(38)
Acquisition—land and buildings 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions and subsidies	
762,106
49,215
150,443
17,949
6,755
3,956
239,320
38,600
17,563
4,000
84,415
289,500
1,663,822
Vote 80
SALMONID ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
Description
The Salmonid Enhancement Program is a Federal/Provincial program designed to double
the catch of Pacific salmon in 15-20 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.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
2,000,000 Total vote   2,000,000
1,127,428
Clas
(04)
260,070
(10)
167,784
(20)
5,500
(30)
8,400
(35)
9,000
(40)
129,482
(50)
155,030
(60)
21,500
(70)
115,806
(75)
2,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies	
Rentals—outside suppliers
Acquisition—land and buildings  —-
Acquisition—machinery and  equipment
1,195,273
215,239
43,278
1,700
3,200
23,524
197,292
186,114
55,000
79,380
2,000,000
 ENVIRONMENT
79
Vote 81
FLOOD RELIEF ACT
Description
This vote provides for assistance under the provisions of the Flood Relief Act to those areas
in British Columbia experiencing flood damage.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
10
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
Total vote
10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
10    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies	
10
Vote 82
CRESTON VALLEY WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
Description
The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority, through Federal and Provincial cooperative 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, 1979/80
$
131,468
Vote 83
25,090
6,369
3,570
25,705
9,167
8,492
53,075
131,468
Total vote	
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(75)   Acquisition—machinery   and  equipment
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies	
Estimates,
1980/81
$
$
131,468
41,302
3,950
550
25,119
4,575
972
55,000
131,468
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
5,867,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
5,958,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
5,867,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers        5,958,000
 80
Vote 84
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
1,768,045
Total vote
1,908,045
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,768,045    (25) Data systems and processing       1,908,045
 FINANCE
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Summary
Estimated, Vote Estimates,
1979/80 No. 1980/81
Staff                  $ Staff $
(       5)             109,825 85    Minister's Office  (5) 118,976
(     73)         1,824,174 86   Administrative and Support Services (84) 2,693,853
(   195)         4,135,766 87   Office of the Comptroller-General (201) 4,738,337
(   159)         8,032,953 88    Computer and Consulting Services (159) 10,273,369
(     97)         1,698,648 89   Purchasing Commission (99) 2,060,615
(   227)         5,074,404 90   Taxation Administration (252) 6,536,244
579,000 91   Assessment Act Appeal Boards  647,500
(   351)         5,844,261 92   Government Agencies  (381) 7,478,060
(     11)           770,344 93    Provincial Capital Commission  (10) 827,245
(       9)            847,379 94   Deregulation   (4) 746,024
21,740,000 95    Interest on Public Debt  19,500,000
16,585,000 96   Grants, Contributions and Subsidies   12,500,000
5,500,000 97   Interest on Deposits   7,410,000
British Columbia Resources Investment Corpora-
I                                    12,000,000                  tion—Free Share Distribution  —
2,557,473 98   Incidentals   2,598,500
,                                      250,000 99    Advances Under Various Statutes  250,000
'                                 17,000,000 100   Contingencies (All Ministries)   19,843,653
(     36)          1,058,041 101    Treasury Board Staff  (36) 1,133,983
3,659,000 102   Building Occupancy Charges  2,828,000
109,266,268 102,184,359
2,021,566 Less recruitment savings   —
(1,163)     107,244,702 Total of Ministry  (1,231)     102,184,359
 82
Vote 85
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Finance, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
118,976
Estimated,
Staff
(       5)
1979/80
$
109,825
(       5)
87,149
12,062
10,132
482
109,825
Total vote
Staff
-(5)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (5)
(10) Travel   expense   	
(30) Office  expense  	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
93,476
14,000
11,000
500
118,976
Vote 86
ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
This vote provides central direction and management for the Ministry including monitoring
of the Provincial Budget.
5
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     73)       1,824,174
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
$                       $
(84)
2,693,853
(     73)
1,529,718
40,530
193,517
45,355
10,229
4,825
1,824,174
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (84)
(10) Travel expense
(20) Professional and special services
(30)  Office expense
(35)  Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications 	
1,923,443
79,200
583,500
79,750
23,160
4,800
2,693,853
 FINANCE
83
Vote 87
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
Description
Under the Financial Control Act, the Comptroller-General as Chief Accounting Officer of
the Province has broad authority over and is responsible for the quality and integrity of the
financial management and control systems in use throughout Government.
In particular, these responsibilities include the review and development of financial administration and accounting policies, together with related legislation; financial reporting and
analysis; central accounting operations, including payroll and personnel accounting, accounts
payable and pre-audit, trusts and general ledger; planning and development of financial systems
policies and procedures, and undertaking independent reviews of the adequacy of design and the
efficiency and effectiveness of the systems of financial controls throughout Government.
Estimatec
Staff
(   195)
, 1979/80
$
4,135,766
(   195)
3,636,282
48,250
144,750
115,800
171,384
19,300
4,135,766
Estimates, 1980/81
Total   vote
Staff
(201)
4,738,337
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (201) 4,208,272
(04) Salaries—temporary   55,000
(TO) Travel expense   128,300
(20) Professional and special services   137,265
(30) Office expense   183,400
(35) Office furniture and equipment  26,100
4,738,337
 84
Vote 88
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING SERVICES
Description
The Data Processing Branch represents the Ministry in all its dealings with the British
Columbia Systems Corporation. It develops system proposals, administers contracts, and
monitors systems design and implementation of all projects undertaken for this Ministry.
The Branch also provides data entry services on a demand basis to all ministries and a
number of Crown corporations. It includes an operations and control section which is responsible for scheduling input to the Corporation's computer facilities, quality-checking output, and
distributing it to service users.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $ Staff
(   159)      2,435,953 Data Processing Branch  (159)
Computer and consulting charges (net of
5,597,000 recoveries)          7,500,000
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,773,369
(   159)      8,032,953
Total  vote
-(159)
10,273,369
(   159)
2,218,828
173,700
2,895
5,597,000
14,475
1,930
14,475
9,650
8,032,953
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
 (159)
(01)
(04)
(10)
(25)
(30)
(35)
(50)
(90)
(99)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
Data systems and processing
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies	
Other expenditure
Recoveries from ministries (Credit)
2,539,119
175,000
3,500
7,520,000
17,200
9,900
19,000
9,650
20,000
10,273,369
 FINANCE
85
Vote 89
PURCHASING COMMISSION
Description
The Commission acts as the central purchasing agent for all ministries and provides a
warehousing facility for certain goods.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     92)       1,698,638
(       5)
10
(     97)      1,698,648
Activity
Staff
Purchasing administration  (94)
Warehousing operation (net of recoveries) (5)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,060,605
10
Total vote  (99)
2,060,615
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     97)      1,590,342 (01) Salaries—established  (99) 1,907,667
5,500 (04) Salaries—temporary   5,500
45,000 (10) Travel expense  60,000
45,000 (30) Office expense   46,000
1,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  12,000
10,000 (40) Advertising and publications  10,000
1,300,000 (50) Materials and supplies  1,474,000
3,000 (55) Motor-vehicles  18,000
10,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment-- 10,000
1,311,194 (99) Recoveries from ministries .....(Credit) 1,482,552
1,698,648
2,060,615
Vote 90
TAXATION ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote 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 Mutual 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 nonmunicipal areas
of the Province.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff               $                                                                                          Staff $                     $
(   157)      3,668,635             Consumer Taxation Branch (182) 4,900,471
(    40)        817,988            Income Taxation Branch (40) 943,781
(     30)         587,781             Real Property Taxation Branch . (30) 691,992
(   227)      5,074,404
Total vote
.(252)
6,536,244
 86
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 90—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
( 227)
4,325,646
192,035
232,082
221,676
11,869
2,123
84,920
4,053
5,074,404
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Staff
(01) Salaries—established  (252)
(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 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$
5,577,394
242,000
250,775
308,500
37,250
2,325
90,000
28,000
6,536,244
Vote 91
ASSESSMENT ACT APPEAL BOARDS
Description
This vote provides for the fees and expenses of the Courts of Revision and the Assessment
Appeal Board in hearing appeals of the property tax assessments.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
$
241,250
Courts of Revision     ...
Estimates,
$
280,000
367,500
1980/81
$
337,750
Assessment Appeal Board	
579,000
Total vote       	
590,000
37,500
20,000
647,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense                  - -         	
530,750
28,950
19,300
579,000
647,500
Vote 92
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Description
This vote provides for the 62 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 Provincial Collector, Water 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. In addition, they carry out strike vote supervision as Government representatives
and complete certain investigations for the Rentalsman.
 FINANCE
87
Vote 92—Continued
Estimatec
1, 1979/80
Staff
$
2)
36,499
2)
32,019
3)
49,446
7)
101,712
3)
43,296
4)
63,359
3)
50,466
10)
159,469
10)
154,722
4)
66,453
12)
191,542
11)
155,180
5)
77,548
4)
60,163
3)
45,531
10)
152,206
5)
75,386
4)
64,780
2)
31,689
2)
33,636
2)
33,975
16)
256,211
3)
48,104
15)
219,718
4)
73,432
4)
64,663
5)
12)
77,469
15)
229,385
16)
242,647
16)
249,578
3)
49,078
4)
61,841
9)
139,875
9)
140,613
2)
30,144
4)
63,402
17)
261,366
14)
214,320
3)
50,727
1)
18,324
11)
169,809
6)
93,117
3)
52,010
7)
100,157
185,570
1)
18,996
4)
63,678
1)
18,324
Activity
Staff
Ashcroft Agency (2)
Atlin Agency (2)
Bella Coola Agency  (3)
Burns Lake Agency (3)
Campbell River Agency (7)
Cassiar Agency (3)
Chetwynd Agency (3)
Chilliwack Agency  (4)
Clinton Agency (3)
Courtenay Agency  (10)
Cranbrook Agency  (10)
Creston Agency (4)
Dawson Creek Agency (12)
Duncan Agency (11)
Fernie Agency (5)
Fort Nelson Agency (4)
Fort St. James Agency (3)
Fort St. John Agency (10)
Fraser Lake Agency  (3)
Golden Agency (5)
Grand Forks Agency  (4)
Ganges (Gulf Islands) Agency (2)
Houston Agency  (2)
Invermere Agency (2)
Kamloops Agency (16)
Kaslo Agency  (3)
Kelowna Agency (15)
Kitimat Agency (4)
Lillooet Agency (4)
Mackenzie Agency  (3)
Maple Ridge Agency  (3)
Merritt Agency  (5)
Nakusp Agency (3)
Nanaimo Agency
Nelson Agency
(      9)
139,318
 (15)
 (16)
New Westminster Agency  (16)
Oliver Agency (3)
100 Mile House Agency (4)
Penticton Agency  (9)
Port Alberni Agency (9)
Port Hardy Agency  (2)
Powell River Agency  (4)
Prince George Agency (17)
Prince Rupert Agency  (14)
Princeton Agency  (3)
Queen Charlotte City Agency (1)
Quesnel Agency (11)
Revelstoke Agency  (6)
Rossland Agency (3)
Salmon Arm Agency  (7)
Sechelt Agency  (3)
Smithers Agency (12)
Sparwood Agency (3)
Squamish Agency  (3)
Stewart Agency (1)
Terrace Agency (4)
Ucluelet Agency  (1)
Valemount Agency (3)
Vancouver Agency  (9)
Estimates, 1980/81
$
39,902
36,132
62,892
52,899
131,184
48,713
49,158
73,598
55,778
192,227
185,581
74,382
233,522
182,235
87,154
68,520
51,553
172,163
48,715
86,996
72,097
35,712
36,759
37,824
287,572
54,461
248,468
81,175
71,959
62,892
48,715
87,322
48,715
261,468
270,842
280,107
55,202
70,687
159,160
158,460
33,598
96,605
317,144
243,586
56,905
18,768
185,876
104,650
57,676
111,772
48,715
207,441
48,715
48,715
21,120
69,262
21,120
62,892
154,680
 88
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 92—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
( 3)
( 15)
(  ID
49,154
239,033
168,496
376,625
(   351)      5,844,261
Staff
Vanderhoof Agency  (3)
Vernon Agency (15)
Williams Lake Agency (11)
Headquarters—unallocated  	
Total vote  (381)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
55,478
268,740
187,201
694,500
7,478,060
( 351)
5,530,636
86,850
139,925
28,950
57,900
5,844,261
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (381) 6,783,560
(10) Travel expense   95,000
(20)  Professional and special services  100,000
(30) Office expense  203,500
(35) Office furniture and equipment  121,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment.. 175,000
(90) Other expenditure   —
7,478,060
Vote 93
PROVINCIAL CAPITAL COMMISSION
Description
The Provincial Capital Commission is responsible for the preservation, upgrading, and
planning of the amenities for and within the Capital precinct; to plan the allocation of undeveloped Government properties within this area and to manage development of certain of
those properties which do not readily fall within the purview of single-purpose agencies; to
administer the funds provided for the improvement and beautification projects in the Greater
Victoria area in co-operation with local municipalities.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
827,245
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(     ID
770,344
(     ID
282,480
Clas
(01)
12,216
(04)
2,316
(10)
14,475
(20)
8,202
(30)
1,930
(35)
9,650
(40)
33,775
(50)
405,300
(80)
770,344
Total vote
Staff
(10)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established (10)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment...
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
Grants, contributions and subsidies
280,345
13,500
5,900
30,000
10,500
2,000
10,000
35,000
440,000
827,245
 FINANCE
89
Vote 94
DEREGULATION
Description
This vote provides for cutting the red tape within all ministries of Government and reviewing all existing legislation and regulations for the purpose of ensuring that such legislation and
regulations serve a useful public purpose.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                Staff $                       $
(      4)           89,634             Minister's Office   —
(       5)         757,745             Deregulation  (4) 746,024
(      9)         847,379                            Total vote  (4) 746,024
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(       9)         210,479    (01) Salaries—established   (4) 98,355
131,240    (04) Salaries—temporary   548,169
28,950    (10) Travel expense   11,500
411,090    (20) Professional and special services  50,000
28,950    (30)  Office expense   18,000
7,720    (35)  Office furniture and equipment   —
14,475    (40) Advertising and publications   5,000
14,475    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   15,000
847,379 746,024
Vote 95
INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT
Description
This vote provides for the cost of interest on the Provincial direct debt.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
21,740,000 Total vote   19,500,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
21,740,000    (90) Other expenditure      19,500,000
 90 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 96
GRANTS, CONTRIBUTIONS AND SUBSIDIES
Description
This vote provides for grants and subsidies administered by the Ministry.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
300,000 Power and telephone line beautification        350,000
Payment of natural gas producers Fed-
6,750,000 eral income tax on deemed income .....      4,500,000
3,250,000 Power subsidy   —
Assessment Authority of British Columbia Act (sec. 16)—
1,500,000 Capital grant
4,210,000                     Operating grant   7,100,000
Real Property Tax Deferment Act (sec.
525,000                  19)   500,000
50,000              Municipal Act (sec. 23)   50,000
16,585,000 Total vote   12,500,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
16,585,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies     12,500,000
Vote 97
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS
Description
This vote provides for interest on funds for which the Ministry is trustee.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
1,900,000             Interest on Suitors' Fund deposits  2,800,000
500,000             Interest on Official Guardian deposits _ 600,000
1,900,000              Interest on Official Committee deposits _ 2,500,000
1,190,000              Interest on Intestate Estate deposits .  1,500,000
Interest on Cemetery Companies Act de-
10,000                  posits  10,000
Interest on Public Service Superannua-
25,000,000                 tion Fund  33,000,000
Interest on Members of the Legislative
70,000                Assembly Superannuation Fund   75,000
Less earnings from investments 	
25,070,000                         (Credit) 33,075,000
5,500,000 Total vote   7,410,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
30,570,000    (90) Other expenditure      40,485,000
25,070,000    (99)  Recoveries  (Credit)    33,075,000
5,500,000 7,410,000
 FINANCE
91
BRITISH COLUMBIA RESOURCES INVESTMENT CORPORATION-
FREE SHARE DISTRIBUTION
Description
This vote provided for payments to British Columbia Systems Corporation and other persons for costs incurred in connection with the distribution and offering to eligible members of
the public, of common shares of British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation and for
payment of handling charges to financial institutions in connection therewith.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
12,000,000
Estimates, 1980/81
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,000,000    (25) Data systems and processing	
9,000,000    (90)  Other expenditure 	
12,000,000
Vote 98
INCIDENTALS
Description
This vote provides for miscellaneous expenditures of the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,121,071
241,250
3,377
24,125
1,167,650
2,557,473
Activity
Temporary assistance
Printing and publications	
Unclaimed Money Deposits Act (sec. 5)
Incidentals and contingencies 	
Bank charges	
Total vote  	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
710,000
395,000
3,500
25,000
1,465,000
2,598,500
1,121,071
1,167,650
241,250
27,502
2,557,473
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary
(20) Professional and special services
(40) Advertising and publications	
(90)  Other expenditure 	
710,000
1,465,000
395,000
28,500
2,598,500
 92 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 99
ADVANCES UNDER VARIOUS STATUTES
Description
This vote provides for statutory advances to local government and other entities in respect
of property taxes in nonmunicipal areas collected on their behalf by the Ministry of Finance.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
50,000 Local Services Act (sec. 7)   60,000
Municipal Finance Authority of British
40,000 Columbia Act (sec. 16)   45,000
Water   Act   (sec.   62)    (improvement
500,000 districts)            650,000
Regional Hospital Districts Act  (sees.
4,500,000 25, 26)       4,600,000
Municipal   Act   (sec.   784)    (regional
17,500,000 districts)        17,000,000
Municipal Act  (sec.  798g)   (improve-
1,700,000 ment districts)        1,900,000
Municipal Act (sec. 775 (4a)) (regional
600,000 districts)           700,000
1,500,000 Public Libraries Act (sec. 50) (rural) _.      1,300,000
Assessment Authority of British Colum-
3,300,000 bia Act (sec. 17 (3))       3,500,000
Municipal Act (sees. 11 (4) (c) and 4
10,000 (8))   10,000
29,450,000 Advances recovered     29,515,000
250,000 Total vote  250,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
29,700,000    (90) Other expenditure    29,765,000
29,450,000    (99) Recoveries   (Credit)    29,515,000
250,000 250,000
 FINANCE
93
Vote 100
CONTINGENCIES (ALL MINISTRIES)
Description
Provides for salary increases for established staff in all ministries as well as salaries for
new positions, together with those costs for approved pre-retirement leave, banked vacation
leave, and banked educational leave not provided for elsewhere.
This vote also provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for
costs of building accommodation for all ministries not provided for elsewhere.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
17,000,000
17,000,000
Activity
Salaries  	
Building occupancy
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
17,843,653
2,000,000
19,843,653
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
17,000,000    (01) Salaries—established  	
     17,843,653
(60) Rentals—outside supplies       2,000,000
17,000,000
19,843,653
 94
Vote 101
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
TREASURY BOARD STAFF
Description
This vote provides for staff support to the Treasury Board in the provision of central
direction and control over the operations of all Government ministries. Reviews and analyzes
the content, cost, efficiency, and effectiveness of Government programs, analyzes 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; analyzes 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.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     36)       1,043,566
14,475
(     36)      1,058,041
(     36)
874,209
7,720
57,900
62,725
41,012
9,650
4,825
1,058,041
Activity
Staff
Treasury Board staff (36)
Anti-inflation measures 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,133,983
Total vote  (36)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (36) 968,741
(04) Salaries—temporary   37,032
(10) Travel expense   57,500
(20) Professional and special services   20,000
(30) Office expense   37,560
(35) Office furniture and equipment  3,650
(40) Advertising and publications   9,500
(50) Materials and supplies   —
1,133,983
1,133,983
Vote 102
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
3,659,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,828,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,659,000    (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers        2,828,000
 FORESTS
95
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(      5)
115,544
103
(     50)
1,904,356
104
(   547)
13,059,377
105
(   614)
45,431,561
106
7,350,000
107
(   998)
31,249,740
108
(   929)
20,390,518
109
(       4)
10
110
5,000,000
111
3,899,000
112
2,405,069
113
130,805,175
5,989,367
(3,190)
124,815,808
MINISTRY OF FORESTS
Summary
Minister's Office Program
Staff
_(5)
Ministry Administration Program (50)
Finance and Administrative Program (547)
Forestry Program  (626)
Fire Suppression Program 	
Timber, Range and Recreation Program
Field Operations Program
Reservoir Clearing Program 	
Implementation of New Legislation
Building Occupancy Charges
(1,018)
..-(976)
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry
Estimates,
1980/81
$
123,272
2,193,809
17,230,608
60,191,667
7,717,500
36,221,670
24,016,881
10
3,161,974
3,156,000
2,913,797
156,927,188
.(3,222)  156,927,188
 96
Vote 103
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Forests, including his salary and
expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       5) 115,544 Total   vote    (5) 123,272
(       5)
94,659
14,885
5,000
1,000
115,544
Vote 104
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (5)
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense
(35) Office furniture and equipment
97,795
19,477
5,000
1,000
123,272
MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for the executive direction services for the Ministry, including the
Deputy Minister, Assistant Deputy Ministers, Chief Forester, and their immediate staff; the
Information Services Branch provides for the dissemination of information concerning Ministry
activities; and the Strategic Studies Branch which supplies the capability to conduct studies to
obtain the information required in policy planning, alternative evaluations to assist in developing Ministry policy objectives, and the evaluation of all Ministry programs.
Estimated.
Staff
12)
22)
16)
1979/80
$
414,744
941,374
548,238
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister and executive  (12)
Information services  (22)
Strategic studies  (16)
(     50)       1,904,356
Total vote
-(50)
Estimates,
1980/81
$
$
448,265
1,094,333
651,211
2,193,809
(    50)
1,904,356
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,179,486
(01)
102,052
(04)
75,541
(10)
152,257
(20)
22,499
(30)
10,170
(35)
278,502
(40)
51,443
(50)
3,000
(60)
24,250
(62)
5,156
(75)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
-(50)
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministry   	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
1,321,253
110,964
99,463
194,558
30,129
11,592
332,379
54,502
4,820
25,643
8,506
2,193,809
 FORESTS
97
Vote 105
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for directing, controlling, and co-ordinating, the financial, human
resources, and general administrative services activity of the Ministry's operations, and also
provides the professional and technical expertise involving lands, buildings and grounds,
vehicles, equipment, marine services, communications, inventories, and warehousing.
Estimated
,1979/80
Staff
$
(     37)
1,605,550
(     31)
1,076,385
(     16)
327,353
(     39)
850,467
(     33)
532,030
(   391)
8,667,592
(   547)    13,059,377
Activity
Staff
Financial Services Branch (37)
Personnel services  (31)
Training services  (16)
Legal and administration (39)
Systems services  (33)
Technical services (391)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,751,855
764,308
658,782
1,172,607
712,713
12,170,343
Total vote
-(547)
17,230,608
(   547)
10,172,801
(01)
542,846
(04)
1,044,866
(10)
193,161
(20)
7,525
(25)
241,741
(30)
14,627
(35)
85,000
(40)
4,122,725
(50)
1,137,092
(55)
326,486
(60)
285,044
(62)
151,742
(70)
627,060
(75)
52,500
(80)
2,300
(90)
5,948,139
(98)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established  (547)
Salaries—temporary	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services	
Data systems and processing	
Office expense ....
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications ....
Materials and supplies	
Motor-vehicles      	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministry .
Acquisition—land and buildings 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Grants, contributions and subsidies	
Other expenditure	
Intra-ministry rental credits (Credit)
13,059,377
11,598,425
836,435
1,178,200
306,076
373,461
40,900
22,275
5,433,625
1,411,615
291,212
508,029
29,700
1,130,590
217,500
315
6,147,750
17,230,608
 98
Vote 106
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
FORESTRY PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for the development of plans and programs covering the management
and use of forest lands for the long-term benefit of the Province; the development of realistic
silvicultural goals and objectives; the maintenance of a Provincial forest resource data base;
provides technology and information relating to forest reorganization and regrowth of acceptable tree crops, and the development and programs and policies relating to the protection of the
forest resources.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(   155)
5,870,163
(     81)
8,368,472
(       9)
1,989,479
(     79)
2,866,948
(     21)
763,211
(   269)
25,573,288
(   614)    45,431,561
Staff
Inventory  (155)
Fire protection (81)
Pest management  (9)
Research    (79)
Planning (21)
Silviculture (281)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
6,099,620
9,038,052
2,172,468
3,969,174
826,013
38,086,340
Total vote (626)
60,191,667
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   614)
3,179,191
(01)
1,979,653
(04)
1,292,656
(10)
8,244,674
(20)
276,840
(30)
67,605
(35)
154,769
(40)
3,291,495
(50)
2,977,876
(60)
1,942,309
(62)
1,344,407
(70)
679,931
(75)
155
(90)
Salaries—established (626)
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-ministry 	
Acquisition—land and buildings 	
Acquisition—machinery and  equipment
Other expenditure 	
45,431,561
15,238,333
14,079,569
1,694,811
16,142,417
247,702
86,640
161,342
4,472,579
3,537,932
1,671,551
2,245,187
613,604
60,191,667
 FORESTS
99
Vote 107
FIRE SUPPRESSION PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides 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, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
7,350,000
Total vote
7,717,500
378,000
696,150
19,950
2,062,200
19,950
1,575,000
1,995,000
21,000
420,000
157,500
5,250
7,350,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established 	
(04)  Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense
(10)
(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 	
(62) Rentals—intra-ministry	
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure	
378,000
696,150
19,950
2,262,200
11,000
1,500
7,450
1,575,000
2,162,500
21,000
420,000
157,500
5,250
7,717,500
 100
Vote 108
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
TIMBER, RANGE AND RECREATION PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for the administration and development of policy procedures and
controls for all types of timber tenure and the issuance of timber contracts; provides the professional and technical expertise in engineering forest road construction and maintenance;
scaling and valuation of wood fibre; management of the Crown range resources; management
and development of Provincial forest areas for public use.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
118)
158)
37)
14)
55)
(   137)
(   479)
3,419,831
3,945,972
2,119,902
1,134,802
1,434,452
6,234,785
1,300,000
11,659,996
(   998)    31,249,740
Activity
Valuation  	
Timber management 	
Range management	
Recreation management	
Engineering 	
Forest   Service   roads    (maintenance)
 (137)
Forest Service roads (Capital)
Staff
(118)
(172)
-(43)
-(14)
(55)
Scaling
Total vote
-(1,018)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
4,369,821
4,895,117
2,540,028
1,519,653
1,948,896
5,745,094
825,000
.(479) 14,378,061
36,221,670
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   998)    20,670,245 (01) Salaries—established   (1,018)    23,880,354
2,729,564 (04) Salaries—temporary   4,010,694
1,456,718 (10) Travel expense   1,626,248
759,137 (20) Professional and special services  1,564,645
14,608 (25) Data systems and processing  —■
204,120 (30) Office expense   260,090
65,078 (35) Office furniture and equipment  48,911
54,825 (40) Advertising and publications   131,784
1,332,613 (50) Materials and supplies  1,299,105
2,099,556 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers  1,626,153
1,512,524 (62) Rentals—intra-ministry   1,354,732
253,150 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   368,539
97,602 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 50,415
31,249,740
36,221,670
 FORESTS
101
Vote 109
FIELD OPERATIONS PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for regional executive and staff, district management and staff field
operations.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
Total vote (976) 24,016,881
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   929)    20,390,518
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   929)    16,985,529 (01)
390,832 (04)
371,800 (10)
14,100 (20)
43,800 (25)
368,800 (30)
106,129 (35)
6,050 (40)
104,090 (50)
266,163 (60)
1,725,329 (62)
6,976 (75)
920 (90)
20,390,518
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense —
Professional and special services
Data systems and processing	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—-outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministry
-(976)
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Other expenditure	
20,217,528
639,049
490,411
15,772
419,718
100,300
8,198
58,257
306,180
1,757,018
4,450
24,016,881
 102
Vote 110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
RESERVOIR CLEARING PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides funds for the salvage of merchantable timber and the disposal of
debris from pondage areas and hydro power lines rights-of-way.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(    47)
5,282,032
5,282,022
(     47)
10
(     47)
799,016
535,653
32,350
500,000
51,500
5,750
551,100
2,743,163
49,500
14,000
5,282,022
10
Activity
Program   expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
3,856,488
Less recoveries from British Columbia
Hydro and Power Authority (Credit)     3,856,478
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    —
(04) Salaries—temporary   180,471
(10) Travel expense   20,000
(20) Professional and special services  ■—
(30) Office expense ....  30,000
(40) Advertising and publications   5,750
(50) Materials and supplies  351,100
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   1,569,167
(62) Rentals—intra-ministry   ■—
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings   1,700,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment —
(99) Recoveries  (Credit) 3,856,478
10
10
 FORESTS
103
Vote 111
IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW LEGISLATION
Description
This program's primary purpose is to carry out sections 8 and 9 of the Ministry of Forests
Act and to implement specific sections of the Forest Act and Range Act.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
5,000,000
Total vote
3,161,974
1,332,307
5,000
572,728
372,000
376,100
159,450
259,500
300,800
154,000
1,298,915
149,200
20,000
5,000,000
Vote 112
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary   1,415,920
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts _.. 4,000
(10) Travel expense   180,210
(20) Professional and special services  419,274
(25) Data systems and processing  —
(30)  Office expense   40,900
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   25,565
(40) Advertising and publications   52,400
(50)  Materials and supplies   195,260
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   762,460
(62) Rentals—intra-ministry   35,185
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings  —
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 30,800
3,161,974
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
3,899,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
3,156,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,899,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers      3,156,000
 104 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 113
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ (t *
2,405,069 Total vote   2,913,797
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2,405,069    (25) Data systems and processing      2,913,797
 HEALTH
105
Staff
( 7)
( 630)
(1,207)
(3,477)
(   218)
180)
399)
Estimated,
1979/80
144,082
21,093,008
35,539,703
198,906,792
649,178,588
245,300,000
26,050,883
4,285,498
12,330,546
28,638,000
2,154,000
1,223,621,100
10,406,230
(6,118)  1,213,214,870
Vote
No.
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Summary
Minister's Office 	
Administration and Support Services
Preventive Services	
Staff
(6)
Direct Community Care Services
Hospital Programs
Medical Services Commission	
Emergency Health Services Commission _
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
Alcohol and Drug Commission	
Building Occupancy Charges .
-.(655)
-(1,296)
-(3,515)
-.(215)
(187)
(361)
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings
Estimates,
1980/81
$
165,162
25,080,048
41,525,910
257,891,426
795,254,313
345,837,500
34,071,000
5,126,889
12,797,336
30,919,000
2,317,000
1,550,985,584
Total of Ministry
.(6,235)  1,550,985,584
 106
Vote 114
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Health, including his salary and expenses
and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       7) 144,082
(       7)
121,887
16,405
4,825
965
Staff
Total vote (6)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (6)
(04) Salaries—temporary   	
(10) Travel expense 	
(30)  Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(60)  Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Estimates,
1980/81
$
$
165,162
118,866
13,354
21,942
8,000
500
500
2,000
144,082
165,162
Vote 115
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
Deputy Minister's office—Provides executive direction for the ministry, including funds
for use in the Ministry's program of development and promotion of better health.
Executive support services—Provides executive direction for community health services.
Financial services—Provides for the direction, co-ordination and planning of the Ministry's
financial activities as well as direct accounting services for community health and certain other
programs.
Management services—Provides management services to evaluate existing and proposed
operations and procedures; maintains a central reprographic service and provides other
miscellaneous services to the headquarters staff.
Personnel Division—Provides staff management, labour relations and negotiation services,
funds for staff education and training and Ministry employee relocation costs.
Data processing and management information—Provides for computer and systems review
and evaluation of the Ministry's programs and liaison with the British Columbia Systems
Corporation.
Grants special care services—Provides funds to support agencies providing health related
services. The agencies provide an extension of the Ministry's programs including assistance to
isolated communities and assistance to individuals who incur excessive medical and related costs
not covered by existing plans. Provides for staff to evaluate and administer the use of the funds.
Hearing Aid Regulation Act—Provides for registration and licensing of hearing aid dealers
and consultants.
Health promotion and information—Composed of the following programs:
Health promotion—Provides for the planning and implementation of information
programs for the public through the press releases, audio-visual crafts, pamphlets
and advertising; maintains a reference and film library and a centralized audiovisual production centre for use by all ministries; provides agency funding for
related programs.
Nutrition and health education—Provides for the planning, implementation, and
evaluation of an applied nutritional and health education program. Includes
counselling and education programs for pregnant women, parents of infants and
children, fitness and weight control for adults and senior citizens. Provides
agency funding for related programs.
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Vote 115—Continued
Occupational health—Provides medical consultation, examination and advice for public servants, medical industrial occupation consultation to Crown corporations
and private industry, an alcoholism treatment program for public servants, and
a Provincial radiation protection service.
Planning and development—Composed of the following programs:
Program development—Provides planning, development, evaluation, research,  and
consultation.
Vital Statistics—Provides registration and certification of births, marriages, divorces,
deaths, changes of names, as well as other registration services and statistical
services.
Supply and services—Composed of the following:
Administration and central supply—Provides administration for various central services provided to the Ministry and other outside facilities and agencies. Provides
a central stores for distribution of goods, medical supplies, and pharmaceuticals.
Coquitlam and Victoria regional linen services—Provides linen service for a number
of hospitals, institutions, and programs in the Lower Mainland and Greater Victoria areas.
Industrial services—Maintenance of hospital equipment and furnishings.
Transport services—Provides an escort and transportation service.
Mechanical services—Provides a mechanical inspection, maintenance service, and
vehicle co-ordination service throughout the Province for the Ministry vehicles as
well as various other Government ministries.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(      7)
965,069
(     24)
437,379
(     24)
848,795
(     24)
911,407
(     ID
331,081
(       2)
5,060,927
(       1)
25,275
(     24)
1,223,705
(     15)
397,758
(      27)
772,190
(    66)
2,393,653
(      7)
786,594
(   104)
1,809,535
(   HI)
2,596,129
(     54)
1,423,337
(   129)
2,309,312
(     92)
1,650,086
(     31)
707,923
(     43)
1,205,136
(     ID
227,499
(   360)
7,523,293
(   630)
21,093,008
Activity
Staff
Deputy Minister's Office (9)
Executive support services (7)
Financial services  (26)
Management services  (26)
Personnel Division  (33)
Data processing and management
information    (11)
Grants—special care services  (4)
Hearing-aid Regulation Act (1)
Health Promotion and Information
Health promotion   (19)
Nutrition and health education (27)
Occupational health   (28)
Planning and Development
Program development (8)
Vital statistics  (106)
Total  (114)
Supply and Services
Administration and central supply (44)
Coquitlam Regional Linen Service (129)
Victoria Regional Linen Service (90)
Industrial services  (31)
Transport services (39)
Mechanical services  (17)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,141,636
278,530
489,339
945,657
1,440,468
338,991
5,427,265
25,952
1,852,941
1,398,261
1,017,148
Total (net of recoveries)   (74)      4,268,350
947,573
2,075,838
3,023,411
1,304,368
2,499,287
1,656,741
787,025
971,561
481,467
Total (net of recoveries) (350)      7,700,449
Total vote (655)
25,080,048
 108
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 115—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   630)
10,985,477
682,717
55,970
471,283
1,746,295
220,450
238,162
328,775
3,225,705
86,946
23,642
357,436
4,542,255
2,895
1,875,000
21,093,008
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Fees and allowances-
Travel expense
-boards, courts _
(01)
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)  Office furniture and equipment
(40) Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies	
(55) Motor-vehicles 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers
Staff
-(655)
Professional and special services
Office expense
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies	
(90) Other expenditure	
(99) Recoveries for materials and supplies
Estimates, 1980/81
$
12,675,598
915,130
58,000
794,250
1,649,500
345,600
175,670
579,000
7,569,100
133,000
33,000
731,200
5,822,000
-(Credit) 6,401,000
25,080,048
 HEALTH
109
Vote 116
PREVENTIVE SERVICES
Description
Headquarters—preventive services—Provides for salaries and expenses of those headquarters staff not assigned to specific programs.
Field administration—Provides for health unit staff and operating expenses that cannot be
conveniently charged to a specific program, e.g., health unit directors, clerical staff, office
expenses, operating expenses of pooled vehicles.
Public Health Nursing—Public Health Nursing provides community health services in
which public health nurses emphasize preventive health services, health education and health
promotion, and deliver direct health care to all persons in a variety of settings. This includes
pre- and post-natal programs, infant, pre-school and school programs, adult care, geriatric
services, epidemiology, communicable disease control and other services related to the
identification, facilitation of treatment and follow-up of health programs.
Speech and hearing service—Provides for an accountable speech pathology service to the
people of British Columbia in order to resolve or measurably reduce the effect of individual
communication disorders. Delivers services through public health units and schools in cooperation with other Provincial and Federal ministries. The division emphasizes prevention of
communication disorders and problems secondary to speech and hearing disorders.
Public Health Inspection—Administration of various regulations and standards related to
environmental health. These include regulations dealing with food premises, swimming-pools,
water supplies, housing, small sewage-disposal systems, community care facilities and general
sanitation.
Dental health services—Provides dental health care throughout the Province by means of
dental staff located in health units, e.g., programs in schools and communities without a
resident physician. Provides financial assistance to agencies and persons for the purpose of
promoting good dental health care or those providing dental services on behalf of the Ministry.
Epidemiology—Provides for the costs of biological and medical supplies for the Ministry's
communicable disease program.
Grants—health services—Provides grants for the delivery of public health services to the
Capital Regional District and municipalities in Greater Vancouver.
Vancouver Bureau—Composed of the following programs:
Support services—Provides executive direction for health services under the Vancouver Bureau, distribution of pharmacy products to clients of certain programs,
and maintenance of Provincial Health Building.
Provincial Laboratory—Provides public health laboratory services for the diagnosis,
investigation, and control of communicable diseases and for the amelioration
of the environment.
Venereal disease control—Provides for a central control service for the inter-change
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—Supports patients mainly in the home who suffer special
types of diseases such as renal failure and Cronhn's disease, etc., by providing
equipment, supplies, medications, and trained assistance.
Community vocational rehabilitation services—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—Directs the treatment of active cases by either divisional or
private physicians; arranges special skin testing and for X-ray surveys when indicated, supervises the distribution of antimicrobial drugs, maintains a central
registry, and provides a contact tracing service.
 110
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 116—Continued
Staff
13)
252)
399)
99)
98)
55)
( 22)
( 138)
( 25)
( 12)
25)
69)
Estimated,
1979/80
359,763
5,189,617
8,081,967
4,162,504
2,301,508
1,414,985
960,800
3,611,995
431,012
3,206,550
569,882
1,586,304
1,850,410
1,812,406
(   291)      9,456,564
(1,207)    35,539,703
Vote
No.
Activity
Headquarters—preventive services .(14)
Field   administration    (326)
Public Health Nursing  (405)
Speech and hearing service  (110)
Public health inspection  (99)
Dental health services  (55)
Epidemiology 	
Grants—health services 	
Vancouver Bureau
Support   services—Vancouver   Bureau
 (20)
Provincial   Laboratory    (138)
Venereal disease control  (25)
Medical   supply   service    (12)
Community vocational rehabilitation
services    (25)
Tuberculosis control  (67)
Total
Total vote  (1,296)
Staff
495,312
7,508,820
9,171,453
3,722,339
2,613,301
1,637,428
945,000
4,093,195
422,703
3,678,468
748,218
2,468,476
2,071,681
1,949,516
Estimates,
1980/81
$
(287)     11,339,062
41,525,910
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(1,207)    22,204,509 (01) Salaries—established  (1,296)    26,416,795
703,485 (04) Salaries—temporary     932,100
1,113,127 (10) Travel expense   1,320,000
1,237,130 (20)  Professional and special services  1,340,000
291,912 (30) Office expense   389,855
250,900 (35)   Office furniture and equipment   361,065
4,825 (40) Advertising and publications  85,000
5,292,060 (50) Materials and supplies   5,004,000
207,475 (55) Motor-vehicles   408,500
7,720 (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers    10,400
396,615 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 409,000
4,219,945 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies -  4,909,195
(99) Recoveries  re  biologicals  and  dialysis
390,000                 supplies    (Credit) 60,000
35,539,703
41,525,910
 HEALTH
111
Vote 117
DIRECT COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES
Description
Community Care Facilities Licensing Boards—Provides for the administration of the
Community Care Facilities Licensing Act and the licensing of adult and child care facilities
thereunder.   Ensures that pre-school teachers have suitable qualifications for registration.
Long-term Care Program—Provides for administrative expenses, benefits, payments for
services and grants, contributions and subsidies 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.
Home Care Program—Provides and co-ordinates a variety of professional and nonprofessional services required to maintain, or to help people function adequately in the home, who
are referred by their physician for professional health care. Provides care to persons of all
ages with both acute and chronic conditions, and admits patients from both the hospital and the
community.
Community Physiotherapy Program—Provides community-based physiotherapy and other
rehabilitation services to acute chronically ill and disabled patients, clients, and potential clients
referred through home care, long-term care and preventive programs, by direct treatment,
maintenance, follow-up, assessment, education, and consultation in association with other
programs based in hospitals, clinics, schools, agencies, and care facilities.
Valleyview Hospital—Provides assessment and treatment services for psycho-geriatric
long-term care clients. Provides specialized in-patient care for psycho-geriatric clients who
are not suitable for placement in community facilities.
Dellview Hospital—Provides in-patient care for psycho-geriatric long-term care clients.
Pearson Hospital—Provides in-patient services for extended care, tuberculosis and polio-
respiratory patients, and a therapeutic out-patient program to prevent or delay the admission
of people who have qualified for intermediate or extended care.
Mental health services composed of the following programs:
Headquarters—mental health services—Provides for the administration and development of policy procedures and controls for mental health programs.
Mental health centres—-Provides for diagnostic consultation and treatment services to
mentally ill persons and for the development and implementation of a wide
variety of community-based programs in the mental health field.
Boarding-home Program—Provides for the assessment, placement, and supervision of
mentally disordered persons requiring specialized adult residential care in community facilities.
British Columbia Youth Development Centre—Operates a family and children's clinic,
a psychological education clinic for 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
residing in Burnaby. Specialized resources include a children's out-patient and
day program, two adult day programs, and a 25-bed short-stay psychiatric inpatient unit.
Grants—mental health services—Provides funds to support agencies providing health-
related services and to agencies providing an extension of the Ministry's
programs.
Riverview Hospital—Provides in-patient care for the acute and chronic psychiatric
patient under the provisions of the Mental Health Act and consultation and
support services to community-based programs and acute psychiatric units.
 112
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 117—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(      9) 379,281
(   178) 117,861,318
(   205) 8,190,495
(     19) •   360,753
(   508) 11,548,431
(   131) 2,945,192
(   365) 7,715,733
Activity
Staff
Community Care Licensing Boards  (7)
Long-term Care Program  (120)
Home Care Program  (260)
Community   Physiotherapy   Program
 (26)
Valleyview  Hospital
Dellview  Hospital  ._.
Pearson Hospital —
-(510)
-(120)
.(368)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
373,348
161,972,984
11,127,394
621,398
13,615,558
2,944,888
8,252,230
(  22)
591,053
( 200)
6,740,205
( 23)
527,431
( 148)
3,590,650
( 106)
2,228,556
4,451,545
(1,563)
31,776,149
(2,062)
49,905,589
(3,477)
198,906,792
(3,477)
59,662,212
5,096,155
10,615
920,658
4,035,648
256,856
150,202
61,808
6,020,924
78,647
2,895
642,762
121,946,567
20,843
198,906,792
Mental Health Services
Headquarters  mental health  services
 (15)
Mental health centres  (209)
Boarding-home Program  (44)
British Columbia Youth Development
Centre  (154)
Burnaby  Psychiatric  Services   (122)
Grants—mental health services 	
Riverview Hospital  (1,560)
480,267
8,072,778
1,065,509
3,786,209
2,957,564
4,284,322
38,336,977
Total
.(2,104)    58,983,626
Total  vote   (3,515)
257,891,426
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established
(04) Salaries—temporary
(07) Fees and allowances-
(10) Travel expense
-(3,515)
-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  	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies 	
(90) Other expenditure 	
69,290,956
5,578,268
11,000
1,114,500
4,700,500
305,945
230,025
42,500
9,128,079
76,000
6,500
578,000
166,824,653
4,500
257,891,426
 HEALTH
113
Vote 118
HOSPITAL PROGRAMS
Description
This vote provides for the costs of administration, provision of both in-patient and outpatient 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, and activation and extended care. Out-patient services covered include emergency services for accidents and sickness, day care treatment, diagnostic services, physiotherapy,
and others.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(   218)      5,064,588 Administration (215)      5,681,313
605,594,000 Grants to hospitals—operating   744,223,000
26,520,000 Grants to hospitals—capital      32,350,000
12,000,000 Grants to hospitals—equipment      13,000,000
(   218)  649,178,588 Total vote (215) 795,254,313
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   218)
4,185,929
(01)
85,000
(04)
10,000
(07)
272,159
(10)
285,000
(20)
147,000
(30)
25,000
(35)
19,400
(40)
7,000
(50)
11,000
(55)
15,000
(60)
644,114,000
(80)
2,100
(90)
649,178,588
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Fees and allowances-
Travel expense
-(215)
-boards, courts
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 .
4,718,313
99,000
10,000
300,000
323,000
165,000
40,000
20,000
6,000
789,573,000
795,254,313
Vote 119
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, 1979/80
$
245,300,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
345,837,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
245,300,000    (80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies  345,837,500
 114
Vote 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES COMMISSION
Description
The Emergency Health Services Commission provides a ground and air ambulance service
throughout the Province; operates a plant for the construction of ambulance chassis; conducts
training courses for emergency medical assistants and paramedic crews; conducts and coordinates basic instruction in first aid and cardio pulmonary resuscitation throughout the
Province; advises on emergency department standards of care and physical planning in acute
care hospitals; co-ordinates the Ministry's responsibilities in disaster planning.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
26,140,883
90,000
26,050,883
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Program expenditure     34,271,000
Less recoveries provided for Workers'
Compensation rebates and insurance
claims (Credit) 200,000
Total vote
34,071,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
19,436,322 (20) Professional and special services     25,410,000
154,882 (30) Office expense  195,000
19,203 (35)  Office furniture and equipment  22,000
9,650 (40) Advertising and publications   5,000
2,041,940 (50) Materials and supplies  2,184,500
887,028 (55) Motor-vehicles   1,109,000
607,950 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   661,000
11,580 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   15,000
183,350 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 757,000
2,788,978 (90) Other expenditure  3,912,500
(99) Recoveries from Workers' Compensation
90,000 rebates and insurance claims (Credit) 200,000
26,050,883
34,071,000
 HEALTH
115
Vote 121
FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES COMMISSION
Description
This vote provides for Forensic Psychiatric Services to the courts and justice agencies in the
Province on an in-patient, out-patient and consultative basis.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   180)      4,285,498
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
$                       $
Total vote 	
 (187)
5,126,889
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   180)      3,110,811 (01)  Salaries—established   (187) 3,716,196
244,193 (04)  Salaries—temporary   264,193
39,758 (10) Travel expense   47,000
613,826 (20) Professional and special services  766,000
28,853 (30)  Office expense   31,000
14,475 (35)  Office furniture and equipment  9,000
—■ (40) Advertising and publications   1,000
168,228 (50)  Materials and supplies  191,500
—■ (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   10,000
17,370 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 40,000
47,984 (80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies  51,000
4,285,498
5,126,889
Vote 122
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMMISSION
Description
Alcoholism Treatment and Rehabilitation Program—Operates and/or supports programs
for the treatment of alcoholism through the Alcoholism and Rehabilitation Program. 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.
Heroin Treatment Program—Provides an assessment and treatment program to rehabilitate
individuals dependent on narcotic or controlled drugs through a wide variety of programs
offered in community clinics and through residential treatment centres.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   106)      6,977,085
(   293)      5,353,461
(   399)    12,330,546
Activity
Staff
Alcoholism Treatment and Rehabilitation Program (109)
Heroin   Treatment   Program    (net   of
recoveries)    (252)      4,479,153
Total vote
-(361)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
8,318,183
12,797,336
 116
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 122—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
( 399)
6,883,604
1,865,207
202,650
582,860
160,190
41,495
36,670
842,635
2,895
4,512,340
2,800,000
12,330,546
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established (361) 7,198,367
(04) Salaries—temporary   715,000
(10) Travel expense   167,000
(20) Professional and special services  610,000
(30)  Office expense   123,000
(35)  Office furniture and equipment  5,000
(40) Advertising and publications  —
(50) Materials and supplies  705,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   2,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 20,000
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies   6,051,969
(99) Recoveries   from   Drug,   Alcohol,   and
Cigarette Education, Prevention and
Rehabilitation Fund  (Credit) 2,800,000
12,797,336
Vote 123
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
28,638,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
30,919,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
28,638,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers      30,919,000
Vote 124
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
2,154,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,317,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2,154,000    (25) Data systems and processing      2,317,000
 HUMAN RESOURCES
117
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Staff
(        9)
(3,027)
(   256)
( 2)
( 12)
(1,500)
Estimated,
1979/80
$
206,837
61,898,638
75,209,741
52,573,173
20,672,367
380,321,206
43,663,249
19,103,359
3,015,000
Summary
656,663,570
8,166,849
(4,806)     648,496,721
Vote
No.
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
Minister's Office 	
Direct Community
Support
Services and
Staff
(8)
Administrative
_.(3,042)
— (269)
Services for Families and Children _
Health Services 	
Community Projects 	
GAIN Programs (11)
Special Programs for the Retarded (1,500)
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry
Estimates,
1980/81
$
212,051
73,634,680
87,159,254
71,279,283
22,012,418
433,603,501
52,111,454
17,569,000
5,364,000
762,945,641
.(4,830)     762,945,641
 118
Vote 125
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Human Resources, including her salary
and expenses and those of her immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       9) 206,837
(      9)
Vote 126
150,730
14,475
26,518
11,580
2,907
627
206,837
Staff
Total vote  (8)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (8)
(04) Salaries—temporary	
(10) Travel expense 	
(20) Professional and special services	
(30) Office expense	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
(50) Materials and supplies  	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
212,051
132,221
14,500
28,600
500
32,730
2,900
600
212,051
DIRECT COMMUNITY SERVICES AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
Description
This vote provides for direct services to people throughout the Province through local
offices staffed with employees trained in identifying the services most suited to each individual.
It also provides for the central direction and support services for the Ministry.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
(     22)         658,182             Ministry Executive (25) 746,064
Administrative   and   program   support
(   405)    10,256,082                 staff  (431) 12,739,800
(2,600)    50,984,374              Field operations  (2,586) 60,148,816
(3,027)    61,898,638 Total vote  (3,042) 73,634,680
 HUMAN RESOURCES
119
Vote 126—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(3,027)    52,910,036
1,988,180
2,583,797
1,093,917
1,353,347
346,872
440,000
233,596
499,100
500
29,600
411,693
8,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(55)
(60)
(75)
(80)
(90)
Staff
Salaries—established  (3,042 )
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 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$
61,252,090
3,914,530
3,279,158
1,674,482
1,681,076
431,594
475,200
252,284
588,000
500
30,230
55,029
507
61,898,638
73,634,680
Vote 127
SERVICES FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Description
Adoptions, foster homes and child care resources—Provides a spectrum of services for
those children not able to remain with their own families and homes. It also provides for the
purchase of any goods or services necessary for the well-being of any child under care of the
Superintendent of Child Welfare.
Family support services—Provides a spectrum of services offering support to children and
families within the context of their own home and community. These services provide the
support and intervention necessary to enable children to remain with their own families. (This
activity amalgamates the previous activities called rehabilitation resources program, special
services to children, child day care, infant development, youth incentive program and family
support homemaker services.)
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(    198)    46,455,067
(     58)    28,754,674
(   256)    75,209,741
Activity
Staff
Adoptions, foster homes and child care
resources (net of recoveries) ... (201)
Family support services (68)
Total vote  (269)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
50,292,130
36,867,124
87,159,254
 120
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 127—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
256)
$
4,184,881
925,826
141,161
35,053,883
19,123
5,940
73,629
515,877
8,458
47,563
35,943,351
90,849
1,800,800
75,209,741
Vote 128
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established    (269) 5,196,509
(04) Salaries—temporary   869,016
(10) Travel expense   158,864
(20) Professional and special services  41,015,916
(30) Office expense   34,763
(35) Office furniture and equipment  20,394
(40) Advertising and publications  83,290
(50) Materials and supplies  531,444
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   6,760
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 69,148
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  40,911,797
(90) Other expenditure   —
(99) Recoveries  from  Health  and  Welfare
Canada re family allowances (Credit) 1,738,647
87,159,254
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, 1979/80
$
38,262,163
14,311,010
52,573,173
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
Pharmacare Program     55,105,400
Health Care Program     16,173,883
Total vote
71,279,283
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
52,573,173    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies    71,279,283
 HUMAN RESOURCES
121
Vote 129
COMMUNITY PROJECTS
Description
Community Grants Program—Provides grant and purchase of service funding to nonprofit
societies to provide community-based services that complement and supplement client and
Ministry needs.
Residential Care—Provides for the cost of community-based residential care and service
for the physically handicapped, retarded and those needing short-term rehabilitation.
Seniors Counselling Service—Volunteer senior citizens are available to other senior citizens
to discuss issues of concern and to assist in obtaining access to services and resources.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $ $                       $
(      2)      7,173,391             Community Grants Program  7,600,943
13,373,894             Residential care (net of recoveries)   14,173,690
125,082             Seniors counselling services   237,785
(       2)    20,672,367 Total vote  22,012,418
(       2)
29,507
4,683,826
16,312,534
96,500
450,000
20,672,367
5,149,992
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established	
(20) Professional and special services	
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies     17,362,426
(90) Other expenditure   100,000
(99) Recoveries   from   the   Public   Trustee
 (Credit) 600,000
22,012,418
 122
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 130
GAIN PROGRAMS
Description
Income Assistance Program—Provides financial assistance to British Columbians unable to
provide a basic standard of living for themselves. Assistance is furnished in the form of a
basic allowance and special allowances to meet special needs. The program also provides
financial assistance and comfort allowances to persons in adult care facilities, boarding-homes,
and hostels.
GAIN for seniors and handicapped—Provides a minimum guaranteed income for persons
age 60 years and over for handicapped persons in need.
Shelter aid for elderly renters—Provides rental assistance to senior citizens based upon a
reasonable distribution of income and rent.
Renters' Tax Credit—Provides financial benefits to any British Columbian over the age of
16 years with limited or no taxable income and who pays rent for his principal residence. By
arrangement with the Federal Government, this benefit is claimed at the time annual income
tax returns are filed.
Adult rehabilitation services—Provides opportunities for persons who are on income
assistance or who are handicapped to receive training and rehabilitation services.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     10)  243,793,859
101,984,044
9,000,000
14,500,000
(       2)     11,043,303
(     12)  380,321,206
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
Income Assistance Program (10) 283,900,755
GAIN for seniors and handicapped  104,100,000
SAFER   9,200,000
Renters Tax Credit  24,000,000
Adult rehabilitation services  (1) 12,402,746
Total vote (11)
433,603,501
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     12)
188,764
331,307
9,635
45,789
1,840
4,825
77,430
44,824
28,950
33,292
379,554,550
380,321,206
(01)
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35) Office furniture and equipment
(50) Materials and supplies	
Rentals—outside suppliers 	
Rentals—intra-ministry   	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Salaries—established  (11)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
(60)
(62)
(75)
(80)
Grants, contributions and subsidies
277,657
299,891
20,202
80,002
5,183
2,059
60,399
80,162
28,470
432,749,476
433,603,501
 HUMAN RESOURCES
123
Vote 131
SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE RETARDED
Description
This vote provides for the costs of operating three institutions—Woodlands, Tranquille
and Glendale—which provide residential care, nursing care, and special schooling for retarded
children and adults.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(1,025)    24,391,998
(   475)     10,295,682
8,975,569
(1,500)    43,663,249
Woodlands
Tranquille .
Glendale	
Staff
(1,025)
-(475)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
28,880,336
12,156,520
11,074,598
Total vote
.(1,500)
52,111,454
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(1,500)    24,234,576 (01) Salaries—established    (1,500) 28,322,006
4,644,432 (04) Salaries—temporary   5,430,330
142,556 (10) Travel expense   156,691
1,426,929 (20) Professional and special services  1,828,084
90,555 (30) Office expense   111,215
43,935 (35) Office furniture and equipment  49,469
1,686 (40) Advertising and publications  1,821
3,316,198 (50) Materials and supplies  4,211,464
68,263 (55) Motor-vehicles   60,475
12,632 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   10,705
450,423 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 515,431
9,199,642 (80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies  11,380,188
31,422 (90)  Other expenditure  33,575
43,663,249
52,111,454
 124
Vote 132
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
19,103,359
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
17,569,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
19,103,359    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers      17,569,000
Vote 133
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
3,015,000
Total vote ....
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
5,364,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
3,015,000    (25) Data systems and processing      5,364,000
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
125
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Staff
7)
123)
9)
Estimated,
1979/80
164,683
7,265,357
1,487,015
5,161,000
21,500,000
684,000
1,073,000
Vote
No.
Summary
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
Minister's Office
Administration ..
Small Business Development
Grants  	
Staff
—(7)
-(133)
--(9)
Federal-Provincial Shared-Cost Programs
Building Occupancy Charges .
37,335,055
331,959
(   139)       37,003,096
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings 	
Total of Ministry 	
Estimates,
1980/81
187,509
8,567,203
2,031,695
5,765,500
41,032,000
715,000
849,000
59,147,907
.(149)  59,147,907
 126
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 134
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Industry and Small Business Development, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Staff
Total vote  ....(7)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)  Salaries—established  (7)
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
Estimated,
Staff
7)
1979/80
$
164,683
7)
127,628
28,950
7,599
506
164,683
Estimates,
$
1980/81
$
187,509
re
140,009
39,000
8,000
500
187,509
Vote 135
ADMINISTRATION
Description
General administration includes the Deputy Minister's office and provides executive direction for the Ministry as well as administrative services to the operating branches of the Ministry.
These services include budget preparation and control, personnel administration, payroll, purchasing, clerical support and information services. General administration also includes Ministry operation in British Columbia House, London.
Business and Industrial Development Branch provides a wide range of market development
and promotional program designed to assist existing businesses, encourage new industry, and
develop trade in British Columbia.
Program Implementation and Co-ordination Branch designs, develops, negotiates and
implements Federal-Provincial and joint Government-industry economic development programs
and conducts project and program analyses, particularly of a financial and economic nature.
Central Statistics Bureau provides statistical information and analytical support for the
Ministry, other agencies of the Province and in certain cases, for the business community.
Economic Analysis and Research Bureau is responsible for performing specific sectoral
and regional analyses and developing appropriate sector strategies for carrying out the economic
plans and policies of the Province.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff                $
(     24)
1,020,335
(     36)
2,698,710
(     19)
(     18)
911,374
1,019,339
(     26)
1,615,599
(   123)
7,265,357
Staff
General administration (18)
Business   and   industrial   development
 (31)
Program implementation and co-ordination  (26)
Central Statistics Bureau (22)
Economic analysis and Research Bureau
 (36)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
993,610
3,104,280
1,281,020
1,272,786
1,915,507
Total vote  (133)
8,567,203
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
127
Vote 135—Continued
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimatec
, 1979/80
Staff
$
133)
3,035,536
(01)
658,727
(04)
12,274
(07)
369,401
(10)
1,413,725
(20)
186,051
(30)
73,629
(35)
530,750
(40)
69,480
(50)
—
(55)
—■
(60)
48,250
(70)
354,637
(80)
512,897
(90)
Staff
Salaries—established  (133)
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—land and buildings
Grants, contributions and subsidies .
Other expenditure 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$
3,424,578
1,435,075
51,000
480,950
1,000,000
275,700
67,400
691,000
70,000
7,000
36.000
5,000
200,000
823,500
7,265,357
8,567,203
Vote 136
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Description
The Small Business Development Branch works to support, strengthen and stimulate
small enterprise activities in all industry sectors in the Province.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
9)       1,487,015
Staff
Total vote (9)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,031,695
9)
207,426
(01)
33,775
(04)
56,163
(10)
67,550
(20)
11,290
(30)
1,061
(35)
48,250
(40)
—
(60)
965,000
(80)
96,500
(90)
1,487,015
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established  (9)
Salaries—temporary	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Rentals—outside suppliers	
Grants, contributions and subsidies
Other expenditure	
235,630
623,810
187,125
98,000
16,380
24,990
150,000
17,000
678,760
2,031,695
 128
Vote 137
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
GRANTS
Description
This vote provides for grants, contributions and subsidies in support of Ministry objectives
for economic development.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
1,116,000
30,000
15,000
4,000,000
5,161,000
Co-operative Overseas Market Development Program	
Canada West .
Junior Achievement	
British Columbia Development Corporation 	
Burns Lake Native Development Corporation 	
Total vote	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,323,000
40,000
15,000
4,000,000
387,500
5,765,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
5,161,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies      5,765,500
Vote 138
FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL SHARED-COST PROGRAMS
Description
This vote provides  funding  for economic development  activities  jointly  funded  by   the
Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
21,500,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
41,032,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
— (20) Professional and special services	
— (40) Advertising and publications .
1,250,000
135,000
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies      9,750,000
21,500,000    (90) Other expenditure    29,897,000
21,500,000
41,032,000
 INDUSTRY AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
129
Vote 139
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
                              715,000
Estimated, 1979/80
$
684,000
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
684,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers          715,000
Vote 140
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,073,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
849,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,073,000    (25)  Data systems and processing  849,000
  INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
131
Staff
(      18)
(        9)
MINISTRY OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Summary
Estimated,
1979/80
Vote
No.
— 141    Minister's Office
535,833    142   Administration.
(     27)
Staff
 (5)
 (24)
143 Special Representative's Office and British  Co
lumbia House, Ottawa  (5)
144 Agent-General's   Office   and   British   Columbia
607,095 House, London  (9)
— 145   Building Occupancy Charges	
Less recruitment savings	
Total of Ministry 	
1,142,928
52,112
1,090,816
Estimates,
1980/81
170,000
1,117,076
288,900
726,235
112,000
-(43)
2,414,211
2,414,211
 132
Vote 141
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Intergovernmental Relations, including
the Minister's salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
$                       $
(5)
170,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (5) 124,000
(04) Salaries—temporary  5,000
(10) Travel expense  30,000
(30)  Office expense   5,000
(35)  Office furniture and equipment  3,000
(50) Materials and supplies  3,000
Vote 142
ADMINISTRATION
170,000
Description
This vote provides for the cost of administrative support and other services to the operation
of the Ministry and the Executive Council.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     18) 535,833
Total vote
Staff
-(24)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,117,076
(     18)
375,645
2,412
38,600
24,125
14,475
1,446
69,480
9,650
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (24) 662,076
(04) Salaries—temporary   10,000
(10) Travel expense   200,000
(20) Professional and special services  40,000
(30) Office expense   75,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment  15,000
(40) Advertising and publications   5,000
(50) Materials and supplies  10,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   5,000
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  95,000
(90) Other expenditure   —
535,833
1,117,076
 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
133
Vote 143
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE'S OFFICE AND BRITISH
COLUMBIA HOUSE, OTTAWA
Description
This vote provides for the operation and maintenance of the Special Representative's
Office and British Columbia House in Ottawa.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
Total vote
Staff
-(5)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
288,900
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)
(04)
(07)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
(50)
(60)
(90)
Salaries-
Salaries-
established
-temporary
-(5)
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 	
Other expenditure 	
143,400
25,000
15,000
20,000
10,000
15,000
3,000
5,000
12,500
25,000
15,000
288,900
Vote 144
AGENT-GENERAL'S OFFICE AND BRITISH COLUMBIA HOUSE, LONDON
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.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       9) 360,488
246,607
Activity
Staff
Agent-General's office (9)
British Columbia House	
(       9)
607,095
Estimates,
1980/81
$
$
434,535
291,700
Total vote
(9)
726,235
 134
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 144—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff «
(        9)
169,786
120,000
56,085
24,511
13,027
15,440
2,219
23,160
113,870
8,202
60,795
607,095
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established   (9) 185,735
(03) Salaries—British citizens  132,000
(07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts   62,000
(10) Travel expense   30,000
(20) Professional and special services  13,500
(30) Office expense   20,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
(40) Advertising and publications   24,500
(50) Materials and supplies  137,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   20,300
(90) Other expenditure  99,200
726,235
Vote 145
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
112,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   112,000
 LABOUR
135
Staff
( 7)
( 49)
( 134)
( 266)
( 116)
( 21)
Estimated,
1979/80
MINISTRY OF LABOUR
Summary
Vote
No.
141,341    146
147
2,592,032
148
36,253,809
149
7,379,344
150
4,409,588
711,952    151
10    152
1,123,000    153
1,040,100    154
Staff
Minister's Office  (7)
Ministerial Administration and Support Services
 (58)
Apprenticeship Training and Employment Opportunity Programs  (130)
Occupational   Environment,   Safety   Engineering
and Compensation Advisory Services (258)
Labour Relations, Collective Bargaining and Labour Standards  (116)
Human Rights Programs  (24)
Boards of Review (Workers' Compensation Act)
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
53,651,176
1,231,126
(   593)       52,420,050
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry ....
Estimates,
1980/81
155,758
2,396,320
37,087,884
8,204,840
4,969,409
913,023
10
2,143,000
993,800
56,864,044
.(593)       56,864,044
 136
Vote 146
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the administrative and operating expenditures for the office of the
Minister of Labour.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(        7) 141,341
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
$                       $
(7)
155,758
(       7)
Vote 147
114,804
17,370
6,755
2,412
141,341
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (7) 126,658
(10) Travel expense     17,900
(30) Office expense   9,200
(35) Office furniture and equipment  2,000
155,758
MINISTERIAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Description
This vote provides for the Ministry's senior management and administrative staff, including
the offices of the Deputy Minister, Assistant Deputy Minister, and the Construction Industry
Co-ordinator.    Major activities provided for in this vote include the general administrative
activities of finance, personnel and information  services,  as well  as research  and planning
activities.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                 $                                                                                                       Staff $                         $
Ministerial   and   program   management
(     14)          646,384                   (15) 637,534
(     16)       1,406,500              Finance personnel and information (26) 1,211,548
(     17)         430,126              Research and planning  (15) 438,778
(       2)          109,022              Construction industry programs (2) 108,460
(     49)      2,592,032                              Total vote (58) 2,396,320
 LABOUR
137
Vote 147—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff «
(      49)
2,592,032
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
976,555 (01)
698,246 (04)
212,300 (07)
75,077 (10)
112,905 (20)
55,391 (30)
16,597 (35)
386,000 (40)
10,132 (50)
48,250 (80)
579 (90)
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
Salaries—established (58) 1,252,542
Salaries—temporary —   56,088
Fees and allowances—boards, courts —.. 143,000
Travel expense  90,961
Professional and special services  153,269
Office expense   57,127
Office furniture and equipment  21,172
Advertising and publications  579,000
Materials and supplies  10,161
Grants, contributions and subsidies  33,000
Other expenditure  —
2,396,320
Vote 148
APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS
Description
This vote provides for manpower planning and policy development, and the principal training and employment programs for which the Ministry of Labour has responsibility. Included
in these activities are the planning and management of pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship, and
industrial training programs and Provincial programs pertaining to immigration matters. The
vote also provides capability for direct employment opportunity programs, including youth
summer employment activities.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(        4)
110,880
(
4)
152,195
(
3)
82,217
(
97)
14,510,505
(
26)
21,398,012
(
134)
36,253,809
(
134)
2,582,162
Clas
(01)
—
(04)
37,152
(07)
246,750
(10)
55,005
(20)
244,917
(30)
29,046
(35)
23,160
(55)
22,243,250
(80)
(90)
10,792,367
36,253,809
Staff
Manpower planning and policy development  (4)
Manpower consultative service and immigration  (4 )
Trade schools administration (3)
Apprenticeship training (96)
Employment     Opportunities     Program
 (23 )
Estimates, 1980/81
124,860
347,484
86,659
14,914,782
21,614,099
Total vote  (130)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established  (130)
Salaries—temporary 	
Fees and allowances—boards, courts	
Travel expense __
Professional and special services	
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Motor-vehicles 	
Grants, contributions and subsidies .
Other   expenditure—payments   to
the
Ministry of Education (Vote 57) and
other training costs	
2,977,801
1,389,875
40,450
253,300
56,930
239,594
56,854
25,000
20,257,683
11,790,397
37,087,884
37,087,884
 138
Vote 149
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY ENGINEERING AND
COMPENSATION ADVISORY SERVICES
Description
The purpose of this vote is to provide a safe environment for persons in British Columbia
by means of standards, education, and inspection in commercial and industrial establishments
and in the disciplines relating to boiler and pressure vessels, electrical, gas, and elevating devices.
Additionally, the Compensation Advisory Services Program, which assists employees and employers with respect to compensation matters, is provided for in this vote.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
27)
23)
9)
200)
(       7)
712,647
621,570
232,198
5,594,746
218,183
(   266)      7,379,344
Activity
Occupational    Environment
Staff
Program
..— (27)
Elevating devices (23)
Compensation advisory services  (11)
Safety Engineering Division  (190)
Buildings   Standards   and   Research
Branch  (7)
Total vote
-(258)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
872,238
702,486
302,828
6,087,215
240,073
8,204,840
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   266)      5,921,382 (01) Salaries—established (258) 6,662,626
101,228 (04) Salaries—temporary   167,825
4,825 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts  4,500
753,954 (10) Travel expense   566,404
88,393 (20) Professional and special services  159,156
152,276 (30) Office expense   161,320
49,695 (35) Office furniture and equipment  50,022
109,431 (40) Advertising and publications   148,800
19,685 (50) Materials and supplies   37,372
145,715 (55) Motor-vehicles    192,500
1,447 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   3,400
29,866 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 49,950
(90) Other expenditure—supplementary
1,447                  personnel costs   965
7,379,344
8,204,840
 150
LABOUR
LABOUR RELATIONS, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND
LABOUR STANDARDS
139
Description
This vote provides for services to labour and management groups pertaining to collective
bargaining, including mediation and arbitration activities; the administration of the Labour
Relations Board as established by the Labour Code of British Columbia; and the administration of the essential services advisory agency, established by the Essential Services Disputes Act.
The administration and implementation of labour standards and labour education programs
are also included in this vote.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(     98)      2,172,502 Labour standards (98)      2,475,449
(     14) 446,139 Mediation services (14) 436,844
(       3) 78,070 Arbitration and special services  (3) 84,609
(       1) 75,776 Labour education  (1) 81,480
1,340,101 Labour Relations Board       1,694,027
297,000 Essential Services Advisory Agency  197,000
(   116)      4,409,588 Total vote  (116) 4,969,409
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   116)      2,332,448 (01) Salaries—established   (116) 2,548,717
— (04) Salaries—temporary    1,379,027
239,399 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts .... 245,000
368,099 (10) Travel expense   379,650
1,118,668 (20) Professional and special services  113,460
121,150 (30) Office expense   120,970
57,355 (35) Office furniture and equipment  60,915
4,824 (40) Advertising and publications   2,000
25,440 (50)  Materials and supplies  13,965
35,705 (55) Motor-vehicles   35,705
48,250 (80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies  30,000
(90) Other expenditure—supplementary
58,250                personnel costs   40,000
4,409,588 4,969,409
 140
Vote 151
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
HUMAN RIGHTS PROGRAMS
Description
This vote 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, the Human Rights Branch and Boards of Inquiry are
provided for in this vote.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $ $
(       2) 258,636 Human Rights Commission  (2) 378,820
(     19) 453,316 Human Rights Branch  (22) 534,203
(     21)
711,952
Total vote  (24)
913,023
(     21)
383,178
98,912
93,991
103,641
18,817
6,948
1,640
4,825
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (24)
(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 _
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(55) Motor-vehicles  	
446,493
7,000
95,000
90,510
211,000
27,100
27,420
3,000
5,500
711,952
913,023
 LABOUR
141
Vote 152
BOARDS OF REVIEW (WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT)
Description
This vote provides for the Boards of Review (Workers' Compensation Act), an appellate
agency structured under the Workers' Compensation Act to hear appeals against decisions of
the Workers' Compensation Board. Funds expended by the Government are recovered from
the Accident Fund of the Workers' Compensation Act.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
689,500
689,490
Vote 153
10
42,000
600,000
6,000
10,000
500
26,000
5,000
689,490
10
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
Program expenditures   944,625
Less recoveries from Workers' Compensation Board   944,615
Total vote 	
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary    808,500
(10) Travel expense   52,500
(20) Professional and special services  —
(30) Office expense   7,875
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   13,650
(40) Advertising and publications   18,525
(60) Rentals.—outside suppliers   38,325
(90)  Other expenditure   5,250
(99) Recoveries  (Credit) 944,615
10
10
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,123,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,143,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,123,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       2,143,000
 142
Vote 154
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $                       $
1,040,100                            Total vote   993,800
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,040,100    (25) Data systems and processing         993,800
 LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
143
Staff
7)
97)
480)
406)
24)
MINISTRY OF LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
Summary
Estimated,
1979/80
$
148,408
3,123,683
36,552,047
22,978,555
1,407,158
1,964,000
1,073,670
67,247,521
1,888,483
(1,014)  65,359,038
Vote
No.
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
Minister's Office 	
Administration   	
Lands and Housing 	
Parks and Outdoor Recreation
Ministry Enterprises
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings 	
Total of Ministry	
Staff
—(7)
-(96)
-(484)
.(404)
...(24)
Estimates,
1980/81
$
148,047
3,549,950
38,764,768
21,989,022
1,927,621
2,081,000
857,512
69,317,920
.(1,015)       69,317,920
 144
Vote 155
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Lands, Parks and Housing, including
his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
148,047
Estimated,
Staff
(        7)
1979/80
$
148,408
(        7)
120,906
16,887
7,720
2,895
148,408
Staff
Total vote (7)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (7)
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense 	
(35) Office furniture and equipment	
122,047
17,000
8,000
1,000
148,047
Vote 156
ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote provides for central direction and support services for the entire Ministry,
including Ministry executive, financial and mechanical support services, personnel administration, legal services, research and public relations.
Estimated
Staff
16)
72)
8)
1)
1979/80
$
664,230
1,827,938
405,786
225,729
Activity
Staff
Executive    (16)
Finance and administration  (71)
Research  (8)
Public relations (1)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
683,510
2,242,681
381,195
242,564
(    97)
3,123,683
(     97)
1,803,461
Clas
(01)
9,650
(04)
246,897
(10)
391,685
(20)
112,296
(30)
11,451
(35)
226,432
(40)
—
(50)
85,536
(55)
236,275
(75)
3,123,683
Total vote
-(96)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
-(96)
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies 	
Motor-vehicles 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
1,953,151
34,741
328,904
396,090
118,335
11,565
240,485
54,461
57,500
354,718
3,549,950
3,549,950
 LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
145
Vote 157
LANDS AND HOUSING
Description
This vote provides for over-all policy direction of the lands and housing responsibility
of the Ministry; management of Crown lands under the Land Act and attendant land status and
planning activities; legal surveys; establishment of ecological reserves; and maintenance of
Ministry regional and district offices. It also provides for the administration of lands and
housing program activities; funds for grants and subsidies for housing; mobile home registry.
Net operation results of the University Endowment Lands are carried to the University Endowment Lands Administration Account.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff «
(   382)      7,748,779
13,150,537
13,865,506
(     84)      1,424,483
(     14) 362,742
(   480)    36,552,047
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff
Field and headquarters operation  (net
of recoveries)   (386)      9,350,254
British Columbia Housing Management
Commission     13,718,282
Housing  grants       13,400,000
University Endowment Land Administration Act (net of recoveries)  (84)      1,812,480
Mobile home registry  (14) 483,752
Total vote
..(484)
38,764,768
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   480)
8,935,415
507,479
965
568,828
321,737
252,835
67,096
97,318
529,928
35,897
436,372
201,540
27,016,043
79,419
992,700
1,506,125
36,552,047
(484)
(01) Salaries—established
(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 	
(60)  Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery  and  equipment
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies 	
(90) Other  expenditure  	
(99) Recoveries from the Provincial Home
Acquisition Fund  (Credit)
(99) Recoveries   U.E.L.   Administration  Ac-
10,274,201
1,217,783
1,000
535,564
277,560
270,429
90,738
71,015
523,110
98,451
446,000
80,135
27,118,282
1,500
1,026,791
count   (Credit)      1,214,209
38,764,768
 146
Vote 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
PARKS AND OUTDOOR RECREATION
Description
This vote provides for acquisition, development, management, and maintenance of Provincial parks and recreation areas; co-ordination of outdoor recreation; management of the Youth
Crew Program; and grants to Class C parks and safety and education programs for the
out-of-doors.
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(   406)
16,171,420
2,365,000
2,320,072
522,063
1,000,000
600,000
(   406)    22,978,555
Staff
Field and headquarters operation (404)
Facility development
17,865,577
600,000
Capital maintenance   2,438,000
Land acquisition   —
Youth crew   1,085,445
Regional parks grants   —
Total  vote
.(404)
$
21,989,022
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   406)      7,786,138 (01) Salaries—established    (404) 8,691,691
6,719,843 (04) Salaries—temporary     6,287,074
580,610 (10) Travel expense   585,441
205,016 (20) Professional and special services  208,388
178,642 (30)  Office expense   190,074
36,511 (35) Office furniture and equipment  22,332
126,858 (40) Advertising and publications   213,264
3,354,714 (50) Materials and supplies   3,302,429
1,649,596 (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers    1,006,778
3,039 (62)  Rentals—intra-ministry   —
1,177,149 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings  1,096,770
435,304 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 279,273
725,135 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  105,508
22,978,555
21,989,022
 LANDS, PARKS AND HOUSING
147
Vote 159
MINISTRY ENTERPRISES
Description
This vote provides for maintenance and operation of Manning Park Lodge, Gibsons Pass
and Cypress Bowl Alpine Ski Areas and the University Endowment Lands Golf Course.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     19) 791,004
122,130
200,333
(      5)
293,691
(     24)      1,407,158
Activity
Manning Park Lodge
Gibsons Pass 	
Cypress Bowl
Staff
-(19)
University  Endowment  Land  Golf
Course   ( 5 )
Total vote  (24)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,192,928
157,436
296,969
280,288
1,927,621
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     24)
374,417
549,484
3,385
43,261
7,807
4,994
7,600
380,312
6,225
11,580
15,440
2,653
1,407,158
(01)
(04)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
Salaries—established    (24)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense	
Professional and special services	
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment 	
Advertising and publications 	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers 	
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(90) Other expenditure 	
419,384
798,903
3,700
42,050
8,150
2,010
8,350
553,624
9,850
12,000
69,600
1,927,621
Vote 160
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of building and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,964,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
2,081,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,964,000    (60) Rentals—outside suppliers       2,081,000
 148 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 161
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
1,073,670 Total vote   857,512
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,073,670    (25) Data systems and processing       1,551,512
(99) Recoveries from the Provincial Home
— Acquisition Fund  (Credit) 694,000
1,073,670 857,512
 Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(
7)
141,787
162
(
87)
2,422,726
163
56,250,000
164
141,700,000
165
(
13)
391,517
166
37,027,000
167
234,000
168
28,500
169
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 149
v
MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
Summary
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
Minister's Office  (8) 165,465
General Administration  (84) 2,685,010
Grants, Contributions and Subsidies   73,450,000
Revenue Sharing Fund  176,200,000
Central Ministry Services (15) 445,3 82
Transit Services   77,765,000
Building Occupancy Charges  348,000
Computer and Consulting Charges   49,000
238,195,530 331,107,857
216,076 Less recruitment savings   —
(   107)     237,979,454 Total of Ministry  (107)     331,107,857
 150
Vote 162
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, including his salary
and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(      7) 141,787
(      7)
114,768
16,887
9,650
482
Staff
Total vote  (8)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (8)
(10) Travel expense 	
(30) Office expense	
(35)  Office furniture and equipment 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
165,465
143,315
12,000
9,650
500
141,787
165,465
Vote 163
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
Description
Deputy Minister's Office—Provides executive direction for the Ministry, including the
offices of the Deputy Minister, Assistant Deputy Ministers, and the Executive Officer.
Administrative services—Provides for general administrative review and processing of
by-laws 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.
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.
Estimate
Staff
d, 1979/80
$
(
14)
350,231
(
24)
474,396
(
19)
453,188
(
21)
750,445
(
9)
394,466
(
87)
2,422,726
Activity
Deputy Minister's office
Administrative services
Financial  management  .
Planning services 	
Islands  Trust  	
Staff
-(10)
-(24)
-(20)
(21)
_(9)
Total vote
-(84)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
326,073
572,204
513,046
839,173
434,514
2,685,010
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
151
Vote 163—Continued
2,422,726
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff                $
87)      1,798,326
(01)
11,406
(04)
59,444
(07)
175,503
(10)
211,335
(20)
41,375
(30)
18,126
(35)
96,596
(40)
5,790
(60)
4,825
(90)
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
Salaries—established   (84) 2,003,868
Salaries—temporary   28,712
Fees and allowances—boards, courts  61,600
Travel expense   183,300
Professional and special services   217,000
Office expense   44,800
Office furniture and equipment  7,930
Advertising and publications   116,800
Rentals—outside suppliers   3,000
Other expenditure  18,000
2,685,010
Vote 164
GRANTS, CONTRIBUTIONS AND SUBSIDIES
Description
This vote provides for grants and subsidies under the provisions of the Municipalities Aid
Act, 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, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
1,500,000             Local services to Provincial property .... 1,700,000
Municipal   Governments   Home-owner
15,700,000                 Grants   21,000,000
Unorganized    Territory    Home-owner
2,300,000                 Grants     3,200,000
1,000,000              General grants  400,000
■—■                    Community service grants  15,150,000
1,100,000             Local community improvement project 1,000,000
32,400,000              Sewerage Facilities Assistance Act  29,500,000
2,250,000             Neighbourhood Improvement  Program 1,500,000
56,250,000 Total vote 	
73,450,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
56,250,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies     73,450,000
 152
Vote 165
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
REVENUE SHARING FUND
Description
This vote 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 to various grants and subsidies to municipalities and regional districts.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
Total vote  176,200,000
Estimated, 1979/80
$
141,700,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
141,700,000    (90) Other expenditure   176,200,000
Vote 166
CENTRAL MINISTRY SERVICES
Description
This vote provides for general services required by the Ministry, including the personnel,
research functions, and the preparation of Ministerial estimates and the control of Ministerial
expenditures.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       6) 128,762
(       2) 71,384
(       5) 191,371
(     13)
Comptroller's Office
Personnel 	
Research 	
391,517
Total vote
Staff
(8)
(2)
Estimates, 1980/81
$                       $
173,427
59,273
(5)
212,682
-(15)
445,382
(     13)
264,734
33,161
76,717
16,018
887
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
  (15)
(01)
(10)
(20)
(30)
(35)
(40)
Salaries—established
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications __
315,829
18,149
79,000
26,100
3,804
2,500
391,517
445,382
 MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS       i 153
Vote 167
TRANSIT SERVICES
Description
This vote provides funding for the Urban Transit Authority under the Urban Transit
Authority Act, the Ministry's commitment and subsidies under the Transit Services Act
and the provision of custom bus services.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $                       $
27,289,500             Urban Transit Authority   69,089,000
—                   Custom bus service  326,000
9,737,500             Provincial transit subsidies  8,350,000
37,027,000 Total vote  77,765,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
37,027,000    (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies    77,765,000
Vote 168
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
234,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
348,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
234,000    (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   348,000
Vote 169
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
Total vote  49,000
Estimated, 1979/80
28,500
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
28,500    (25) Data systems and processing  49,000
  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
155
MINISTRY OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Summary
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
<
9)
182,096
170
(
49)
3,437,286
171
(
306)
20,832,844
172
(
208)
10,709,717
173
(
22)
10
14,500,000
174
175
10
176
(
31)
633,945
177
(
56)
8,842,709
178
(
103)
3,051,300
179
1,080,000
180
(
7)
369,596
181
(
92)
1,606,162
70,455,000
135,000
182
183
184
(
10)
33,164,06.3
185
(
1)
201,433
186
9,416,000
187
1,435,000
188
180,052,171
1,570,226
(   894)     178,481,945
Staff
Minister's Office  (7)
Administration  (65)
Heritage, Cultural, Recreation and Fitness (312)
Government Services  (215)
British Columbia Lottery Branch (31)
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation 	
-(30)
-(57)
(109)
Public Inquiries Act 	
Provincial Elections Act	
Government Employees Relations Bureau .
Public Service Commission Administration
Salary and Benefits—Sundry Employees _
Public Service Adjudication Board (4)
Superannuation Branch Administration (95)
Public  Service  Superannuation  and  Retirement
Benefits 	
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act 	
Employee Benefits
(10)
Government Information Services  (10)
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry
Estimates,
1980/81
$
165,770
3,928,498
23,375,403
12,650,340
10
15,000,000
10
697,022
10,331,745
3,484,667
730,000
291,954
2,261,882
74,245,000
215,000
36,701,039
548,016
9,466,000
1,600,000
195,692,356
(945)  195,692,356
 156
Vote 170
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Provincial Secretary and Minister of Government
Services, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(      9) 182,096
Total vote
Staff
-(7)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
165,770
(       9)
Vote 171
145,764
4,825
17,370
11,580
1,930
627
182,096
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (7) 123,870
(04) Salaries—temporary   4,000
(10) Travel expense   25,000
(30)  Office expense   12,200
(35)  Office furniture and equipment  —
(50) Materials and supplies  700
165,770
ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote provides for the Deputy Minister's office and administrative and special services,
including general administration, personnel services, financial services, administration of Orders
in Council, protocol, grants to nonprofit societies, and a contingency for unforseen expenditures.
Funds for the operation of Government House, which is the residence of His Honour the
Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, and the many official functions held there are also
provided for.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(       4) 91,756 Deputy Minister's Office  (4) 109,956
Administrative Services
(     15)      2,079,657              General administration  (17) 2,184,014
(     15)         257,303              Financial services  (23) 458,569
(       5)           93,421             Personnel    (8) 171,136
(       2)         631,391             Protocol and special services (2) 640,023
(       3)           83,459             First Citizens'Fund—administration (5) 107,057
Queen  Elizabeth   II  British   Columbia
24,000                  Centennial Scholarship Act    31,000
(       5)         176,299             Government House (6) 226,743
(     45)      3,345,530 Total  —(61)      3,818,542
(     49)      3,437,286 Total vote (65) 3,928,498
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
157
Vote 171—Continued
Estimated
Staff
, 1979/80
$
(     49)
913,416
26,405
23,230
965
43,813
2,412
7,720
1,708,525
710,800
3,437,286
Vote 172
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established (65) 1,248,898
(04) Salaries—temporary   31,000
(10) Travel expense   26,500
(20) Professional and special services  11,000
(30) Office expense   88,300
(35)  Office furniture and equipment  8,500
(40) Advertising and publications  1,000
(50) Materials and supplies   24,000
(60)  Rentals—outside  suppliers    24,000
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  1,780,500
(90) Other expenditure   684,800
3,928,498
HERITAGE, CULTURAL, RECREATION AND FITNESS
Description
Assistant Deputy Minister's Office—Provides direction for heritage, cultural, recreation
and fitness programs.
Provincial Museum and resource museums—The Provincial Museum is charged, under
the Provincial Museum Act, with increasing the knowledge of British Columbia's human and
natural history, through acquiring and caring for collections, research, and communicating to
people the knowledge gained. The program includes funding of resource museums, and grants
to community museums and archives.
Provincial Archives—Provides a record of the history and development of the Province
through its extensive library, Government records, manuscript and map collections, as well as
visual records (photographs, lithographs, paintings) and tape-recorded cultural and historical
materials.
Heritage Conservation Branch—Responsible for the direction of the Province's Heritage
Conservation Program, encompassing archasological, historical and architectural resources.
Recreation, Sports, and Fitness Branch—Discharges the responsibilities of the Provincial
Government in public recreation in relation to other levels of Government, public volunteer
groups, and the private sector in those situations where the Province encourages constructive
recreation and fitness activities through funds assistance, counselling, and necessary regulation.
Recreation Facilities Assistance Program—Provides grants to communities and other
organizations for the purpose of developing recreation facilities.
Cultural Services Branch—Responsible for the development and co-ordination of arts and
cultural programs in the Province, the administration of the British Columbia Cultural Fund,
and for the conservation, administration, and acquisition of the Provincial art collection.
Library Services Branch—Responsible for advisory services to public libraries and public
library grants, administers audiobook and openshelf programs, and provides professional and
technical services in several regions of the Province.
British Columbia Summer and Winter Games—Provides for the administration of the
British Columbia Summer and Winter Games.
Multicultural services—Provides for a directorate of multicultural services for the Province, program staff and related costs.
 158
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
Vote 172—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(
132)
4,297,033
(
38)
1,049,457
(
32)
1,671,901
(
50)
2,032,354
7,000,000
(
8)
453,926
(
46)
4,328,173
(   306)    20,832,844
Activity
Staff
Assistant Deputy Minister's Office —(2)
Provincial Museum and Resource Museums  (130)
Provincial Archives  (40)
Heritage Conservation Branch (34)
Recreation and Fitness Branch (49)
Recreation Facilities Assistance Program
Cultural Services  Branch  (10)
Library Services Branch  (43)
British Columbia Summer and Winter
Games  	
Multicultural services  (4)
Total vote
-(312)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
64,448
4,877,128
1,226,666
2,224,027
1,923,492
7,000,000
563,133
5,061,366
275,000
160,143
23,375,403
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   306)      5,788,050 (01) Salaries—established (312) 6,842,765
647,626 (04) Salaries—temporary   659,700
7,527 (07) Fees and allowances—Boards, courts — 2,000
553,448 (10) Travel expense   519,400
600,782 (20) Professional and special services   970,800
188,072 (30) Office  expense    185,200
57,442 (35) Office furniture and equipment   59,600
280,675 (40) Advertising and publications   351,900
1,275,956 (50) Materials and supplies   1,400,500
11,386 (55) Motor-vehicles     25,500
66,869 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   35,700
72,564 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 386,100
11,282,447 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies .     11,936,238
20,832,844
23,375,403
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
159
Vote 173
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Description
Assistant Deputy Minister's Office—Provides executive direction for Government services.
Legislative Library—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 Government ministries.
Postal Branch—Provides mail services to all ministries of Government in the Province of
British Columbia.
Central Microfilm Bureau—Provides microfilming services for all ministries of Government.
Public Information—Provides information to the general public about ministry programs.
Legislative Tour Guides—Provides guided public information tours of the Parliament
Buildings for the general public.
Parliament Buildings Restoration—Provides for the costs of employees, materials, supplies
and related costs to maintain and repair the Parliament Buildings.
Robson Square Media Centre—Provides for the costs of administering (rental of facilities,
etc.) the Media Centre in Robson Square.
Government Printing Bureau—Provides for the printing needs of the Government and
provision of printing and stationery supplies to all Government ministries and agencies.
Estimatec
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(
32)
753,822
(
45)
7,130,263
(
59)
1,129,632
(
5)
325,362
(
8)
147,311
(
31)
1,200,000
(
1)
23,317
(     27)
10
(   208)     10,709,717
Activity
Staff
Assistant Deputy Minister's Office —(2)
Legislative  Library   (32)
Postal Branch  (45)
Central  Microfilm  (58)
Public Information   (4)
Legislative Tour Guides (6)
Parliament Buildings Restoration (31)
Robson Square Media Centre (3)
Government  Printing  Bureau   (net  of
recoveries)    (34)
Total vote  (215)
Estimates,
1980/81
$
$
60,164
861,911
7,214,355
1,255,479
693,401
140,151
2,197,613
227,256
10
12,650,340
(   208)
3,319,694
3,332,450
37,256
6,228,399
65,330
24,189
2,895
10,265,230
19,300
99,437
538,900
321,189
250,000
13,294,552
10,709,717
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (215)
(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
(90) Other expenditure 	
Less—recoveries,  Government Printing
Bureau—
(99)      Miscellaneous  	
(99)      Ministries   	
3,970,216
2,848,400
60,500
6,354,800
80,600
241,300
67,000
12,406,700
44,300
100,000
495,500
755,000
250,000
14,523,976
12,650,340
 160 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 174
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOTTERY BRANCH
Description
B.C. Lottery Branch Administration—Administers lotteries of the Western Canada Lottery
Foundation and the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation in British Columbia and is also
responsible for licensing bingos, lotteries, and other forms of social gambling in the Province.
Grants administration—Provides for the administration of grants funded from the Lottery
Fund.
Pursuant to the Lotteries Act, administration costs are recovered from the Lottery Fund.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
British Columbia Lottery Branch
(     22)      1,159,620 Administration  (20)      1,194,394
— Grants administration  (11) 211,672
1,159,620 1,406,066
Less recovery from the Lottery
1,159,610 Fund  (Credit)      1,406,056
(22) 10 Total vote  (31) 10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     22)         359,620 (01) Salaries—established    (31) 550,566
32,000 (04) Salaries—temporary   29,000
25,000 (10) Travel   expense     35,000
42,000 (20) Professional and special services   11,500
26,000 (30) Office expense   48,000
4,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  7,000
640,000 (40) Advertising and publications   685,000
26,000 (50) Materials and supplies   26,000
—■ (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   9,000
5,000 (90) Other expenditure   5,000
1,159,610 (99) Recoveries   1,406,056
10 10
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES 161
Vote 175
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION
Description
Unemployment Insurance—Provides for the Provincial Government's contribution for the
unemployment insurance premiums for employees.
Workers' Compensation Act—Provides for the Provincial Government's contributions as
an employer for 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, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $                       $
9,500,000             Unemployment insurance   9,800,000
5,000,000             Workers' compensation   5,200,000
14,500,000 Total vote  15,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
14,500,000    (90) Other expenditure       15,000,000
Vote 176
PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
Description
This vote 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, 1979/80
$
Estimates, 1980/81
10
Total vote
10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
10    (90)  Other expenditure   	
10
 162
Vote 177
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
Description
Chief Electoral Officer—Responsible for general supervision of the administration of the
Provincial Elections Act.
Registrar of Voters—Responsible for the registration of voters and the preparation of the
list of voters throughout the Province.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                 $                                                                                                        Staff $ $
(       3) 99,546 Chief Electoral Officer  (3) 98,108
(     28) 534,399 Registrar of Voters  (27) 598,914
(     31) 633,945 Total vote  (30) 697,022
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     31)         443,395 (01) Salaries—established  (30) 485,422
119,200 (04) Salaries—temporary    125,200
5,250 (10) Travel expense   10,200
6,300 (20) Professional and special services   6,600
10,500 (30) Office expense   17,800
10,000 (35) Office furniture and equipment  10,500
31,150 (50) Materials and supplies   32,700
3,150 (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers   3,300
5,000 (75) Acquisition—machinery  and equipment 5,300
633,945
697,022
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
163
Vote 178
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES RELATIONS BUREAU
Description
This vote provides for 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 services; also provided for is the employer's cost in respect
of benefits for the licensed professional employees group, the management appointments and
those other employees not covered by a collective agreement; settlement payments in respect
of grievances arbitrations, rights disputes, severance, and other personnel related settlements
agreed to by the bureau; and the employer's cost share in respect of boards of arbitration.
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(     56)      8,842,709 Total vote  (57) 10,331,745
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     56)      1,153,590 (01) Salaries—established  .—(57) 1,283,885
34,257 (04) Salaries—temporary ____   30,000
88.008 (10) Travel expense   88,000
145,715 (20) Professional and special services   120,000
79,709 (30) Office expense   91,000
25,765 (35) Office furniture and equipment   19,000
965 (40) Advertising and publications   —
3,860 (50) Materials and supplies   3,860
965 (60) Rentals—outside supppliers   1,500
— (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 4,500
386,000 (80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  —
6,923,875 (90) Other expenditure     8,690,000
8,842,709 10,331,745
 164
Vote 179
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ADMINISTRATION
Description
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 Part I of the Public Service Act, as well as responsibility for appeal reviews and internal administration for the Public Service Commission.
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, 1979/80
Staff $
179,259
(        5)
20)
60)
10)
8)
452,999
1,514,707
646,121
258,214
(   103)      3,051,300
Activity
Staff
Executive  (5)
Administration and Employee Relations
Division  (20)
Recruitment and Selection Division (62)
Staff Development Division  (14)
Accident Prevention Division  (8)
Total vote  (109)
Estimates, 1980/81
168,912
516,774
1,722,024
811,334
265,623
3,484,667
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(   103)      1,873,772 (01) Salaries—established  (109) 2,156,267
50,468 (04) Salaries—temporary   76,900
14,475 (07) Fees and allowances—boards, courts .... 5,000
128,537 (10) Travel expense   182,400
448,753 (20)  Professional and special services   475,400
104,726 (30)  Office expense   125,100
36,293 (35)  Office furniture and equipment  45,400
319,608 (40)  Advertising and publications   317,300
58,120 (50)  Materials and supplies    60,900
— (55)  Motor-vehicles ..... 6,000
16,548 (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   34,000
3,051,300
3,484,667
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
165
Vote 180
SALARY AND BENEFITS—SUNDRY EMPLOYEES
Description
This vote provides for the costs of Public Works personnel not hired by the British
Columbia Buildings Corporation. Personnel will be placed in other ministries on a temporary
basis with cost to be borne by this vote pending permanent placement. It also provides for
the cost of severance pay for those employees terminated.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,080,000
Total vote
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
790,000    (04)  Salaries—temporary 	
10,000    (10)  Travel expense 	
280,000    (90) Other  expenditure 	
1,080,000
Estimates,
$
1980/81
$
730,000
re
550,000
5,000
175,000
730,000
Vote 181
PUBLIC SERVICE ADIUDICATION BOARD
Description
This vote provides for the administrative costs of the Public Service Adjudication Board,
whose duties are to hear grievances submitted to it by employees or agents for employees of
the Provincial Government and to act as a board of arbitration between the parties to a collective agreement in force between the Government and its employees.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
291,954
Estimated
1979/80
Staff
$
(       7)
369,596
(       7)
126,899
3,860
144,750
14,475
24,125
16,405
2,412
6,755
29,915
369,596
Total vote
Staff
(4)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)  Salaries—established  (4)
(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	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside  suppliers  	
76,854
5,000
132,600
14,000
20,000
20,000
3,500
20,000
291,954
 166
Vote 182
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
SUPERANNUATION BRANCH ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote provides for 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-term 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 Regulations.
Workers' Compensation Board Superannuation Fund Plan.
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(     92)
1,606,162
(     92)
1,397,770
45,115
22,677
53,075
64,655
18,528
4,342
1,606,162
Estimates, 1980/81
Total vote
Staff
-(95)
2,261,882
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (95) 1,638,682
(04) Salaries—temporary   46,100
(10) Travel expense   28,000
(20) Professional and special services  50,000
(30) Office expense   70,000
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   14,600
(40) Advertising and publications   4,500
(50)   Materials   and   supplies    94,000
(60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   6,000
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 310,000
2,261,882
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES 167
Vote 183
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS
Description
This vote provides for the employer costs in respect of the Public Service Employees
Superannuation Plan matching contributions, 2 percent formula contribution requirements,
and other statutory contributions, death benefits re pensioners, and Canada Pension Plan
contribution.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
$ $ $
Government   contributions,    Provincial
35,850,000 Government        38,300,000
Government Contributions, Canada Pen-
9,150,000 sion Plan       9,470,000
100,000 Death  benefits     100,000
26,800,000 Miscellaneous statutory items     28,000,000
Less recoveries of  employer  costs
from other Government organiza-
1,445,000 tions  (Credit)      1,625,000
70,455,000 Total vote   74,245,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
71,900,000    (90)  Other expenditure        75,870,000
1,445,000    (99) Recoveries       1,625,000
70,455,000 74,245,000
Vote 184
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SUPERANNUATION ACT
Description
This vote provides for the employer costs in respect of members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Plan.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
Total vote   215,000
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
135,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
135,000    (90)  Other expenditure   215,000
 168
Vote 185
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Description
Administration—Provides for all administration and support services related to the employee fringe benefits provided pursuant to the following statutes—Public Service Benefit Plans
Act, Public Services Medical Plan Act, and Public Service Act.
Employee benefits—Provides for the employer costs of employee fringe benefits for Public
Service employees and for the recovery of certain employee and employer shares of these
costs re Public Service Extended Health and Dental Plan, Public Service Group Insurance
Plan, Medical Services Plan, Long-term Disability Plan, statutory and negotiated grants and
retiring allowances, and group aviation accident insurance.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
10) 203,063
11,400,000
4,850,000
5,630,000
7,470,000
860,000
6,650,000
3,899,000
(     10)    33,164,063
Activity
Staff
Employee benefits administration    (10)
Public   Service   Extended   Health   and
Dental  Plan   	
Public Service Group Insurance Plan ..
Medical Services Plan       5,780,000
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
226,039
14,400,000
5,575,000
Long-term Disability Plan
Grants re Public Service
Retiring allowance
Group aviation accident insurance 	
Less recoveries of  certain  employee
and employer share of costs 	
 (Credit)
Total vote  (10)
8,300,000
860,000
6,650,000
90,000
5,180,000
36,701,039
(     10)
161,863
(01)
4,500
(04)
1,000
(10)
6,000
(20)
18,000
(30)
1,700
(35)
10,000
(40)
36,860,000
(90)
3,899,000
(99)
33,164,063
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established   (10)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services _
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications 	
Other expenditure     41,655,000
184,639
5,700
1,000
6,000
20,000
3,700
5,000
Recoveries
(Credit)      5,180,000
36,701,039
 PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
169
Vote 186
GOVERNMENT INFORMATION SERVICES
Description
This vote provides for a centralized office where all Government publications authorized
for public distribution can be obtained upon request and for the office of the communications
planning adviser.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(        1)
201,433
Total vote
Staff
(10)
Estimates, 1980/81
548,016
(        1)
22,433
179,000
201,433
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (10) 199,016
(04) Salaries—temporary   5,000
(10) Travel expense   10,000
(20) Professional and special services  5,000
(30) Office expense   15,000
(40) Advertising and publications  5,000
(50) Materials and supplies   5,000
(90) Other expenditure  304,000
548,016
Vote 187
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
9,416,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
9,466,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
9,416,000    (60)  Rentals—outside  suppliers          9,466,000
 170
Vote 188
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
1,435,000
Estimates, 1980/81
Total vote
1,600,000
i       c=
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
1,435,000    (25) Data systems and processing       1,600,000
 TOURISM
171
MINISTRY OF TOURISM
Summary
Estimated,         Vote Estimates,
1979/80             No. 1980/81
Staff                  $                                                                                                                  Staff $
(       7)            158,139    189   Minister's Office  (7) 157,334
(     94)       10,397,330    190   Tourism  (94) 11,321,112
422,000    191    Building Occupancy Charges  691,000
332,000    192    Computer and Consulting Charges  337,000
11,309,469 12,506,446
175,552                 Less recruitment savings   —
(   101)        11,133,917                              Total of Ministry  (101) 12,506,446
 172
Vote 189
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Tourism, including her salary and
expenses and those of her immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
 (7)                                  157,334
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       7) 158,139
Total vote
(       7)
115,584
12,738
13,992
12,738
2,412
675
158,139
Vote 190
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (7) 126,034
(04) Salaries—temporary    —
(10) Travel expense  15,600
(30) Office expense   13,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment   2,000
(50) Materials and supplies   700
157,334
TOURISM
Description
Travel Division—Provides central direction for the various functions of the Ministry and
administration for specific responsibilities in the areas of advertising, publicity, promotion,
research, tourist market development, information services, industry development programs,
accommodation services, grant allocations, and Royal Hudson train.
Beautiful British Columbia Magazine—Provides for the printing, circulation and distribution services of the Beautiful British Columbia magazine and special publications.
California and London offices—Provides for the costs of operation of foreign offices to
promote tourism in British Columbia.
Film and Photographic—This division supports the three main operating branches of the
Ministry through promotional literature, motion pictures and film materials, including the production of Beautiful British Columbia magazine, brochures, the newsletter, and annual report.
It provides a film library to aid in the production of regional films and brochures and contacts
feature film studios concerning producing films in British Columbia.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(     48)      6,661,818
(     19)      1,594,993
(       6) 196,470
(     21)      1,944,049
(     94)    10,397,330
Activity
Staff
Travel Division  (47)
Beautiful British Columbia magazine
 (20)
California and London Offices (6)
Film and Photographic  (21)
Total vote  (94)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
7,232,283
1,727,910
263,299
2,097,620
11,321,112
 TOURISM
173
Vote 190—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(  94)
1,604,358
655,741
351,796
1,071,167
149,738
23,576
4,124,909
1,688,846
41,977
51.551
75,245
534,301
24,125
10,397,330
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established  (94) 1,861,212
(04) Salaries—temporary    807,508
(07) Fees and allowances—Boards, courts  36,000
(10) Travel expense   362,865
(20) Professional and special services   1,027,513
(30) Office expense   120,854
(35) Office furniture and equipment   39,289
(40) Advertising and publication   4,388,171
(50) Materials and supplies   1,724,962
(55) Motor-vehicles     45,500
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   56,541
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 15,106
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies   811,591
(90) Other expenditure   24,000
11,321,112
Vote 191
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
422,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
691,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
422,000    (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   691,000
Vote 192
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
332,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
337,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
332,000    (25) Data systems and processing          337,000
  TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
175
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
Summary
Estimated,
Vote
1979/80
No.
Staff
$
(        8)
168,872
193
(   208)
5,653,199
194
(     33)
913,358
195
(4,451)
156,326,179
196
(1,154)
160,258,637
197
10
198
50,000
—
(     24)
704,715
199
(   147)
3,186,928
200
(   611)
14,209,889
201
(     49)
1,025,582
202
(       7)
311,660
203
(       9)
1,306,990
204
(     48)
2,073,585
205
(      4)
2,112,188
206
51,386,950
207
—
208
16,684,000
209
2,633,500
210
419,006,242
12,905,620
(6,753)
406,100,622
Estimates,
1980/81
Staff $
Minister's Office  (8) 212,089
General Administration—Highways  (219) 6,423,536
General Administration—Transportation  ....(31) 1,118,973
Highway Maintenance  (4,543) 179,351,848
Highway   Construction—Capital    (1,029) 208,209,007
Hydro  Development—Highways   (125) 10
Government-owned Residences Maintenance   —
Engineering Branch  (29) 997,476
Weigh Scale Branch  (148) 3,556,393
Motor-vehicle Branch  (612) 15,898,017
Motor Carrier Branch  (49) 1,150,751
Motor Carrier Commission (7) 329,756
Transportation Policy Analysis Branch  (9) 1,323,211
Air Services Branch  (50) 3,108,928
Local Airport Assistance Program  (4) 739,568
British Columbia Ferries   57,929,127
British Columbia Railway   14,000,000
Building Occupancy Charges   15,356,000
Computer and Consulting Charges  4,080,900
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry ..
513,785,590
.(6,863)  513,785,590
 176
Vote 193
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Transportation and Highways, including
his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
212,089
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       8) 168,872
Total   vote
Staff
_(8)
(       8)
143,010
2,895
15,440
7,527
168,872
Vote 194
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01)  Salaries—established    (8) 165,389
(04)  Salaries—temporary     13,500
(10) Travel expense   25,000
(30)  Office   expense     8,200
212,089
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—HIGHWAYS
Description
This vote provides for the over-all policy direction of the Ministry, including the offices of
the Deputy Minister and Assistant Deputy Ministers, as well as administrative and support services to the operational, planning, construction, and research programs.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
 (219) 6,423,536
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
208)      5,653,199
Total vote
(   208)
3,971,687
(01)
337,750
(04)
212,300
(10)
405,300
(20)
607,950
(30)
38,600
(35)
30,880
(40)
33,775
(50)
1,930
(60)
2,412
(62)
7,720
(75)
2,895
(90)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established    (219)
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-ministry   	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Other expenditure	
5,653,199
4,634,827
337,750
220,000
266,309
830,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
1,930
7,720
6,423,536
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
177
Vote 195
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION—TRANSPORTATION
Description
This vote provides for the over-all policy direction of the Transportation Division of the
Ministry, including the office of the Assistant Deputy Minister, as well as administrative and
support services to the operational, planning, and research programs.
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(    33)
913,358
(     33)
610,157
33,775
56,821
102,290
85,815
5,972
14,475
4,053
913,358
Total vote
Staff
-(31)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (31)
(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 	
Estimates, 1980/81
1,118,973
626,483
40,600
54,000
102,290
274,000
11,600
2,000
8,000
1,118,973
Vote 196
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
Description
This vote 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, and the payment of grants, contributions, and
subsidies.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(3,986)   136,733,583
(   465)    19,592,596
Activity
Staff
Road   and   bridge   maintenance    and
repair    (3,984)
Ferries    (559)
Estimates,
156,031,437
23,320,411
1980/81
$
(4,451)  156,326,179
Total vote  (4,543)
179,351,848
 178
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
Vote 196—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(4,451)    84,530,166
12,790,110
3,054,225
1,162,825
241,250
113,870
75,269
29,801,543
1,833,500
15,440,000
32,101,497
6,408,661
9,660,759
202,341
126,463
41,216,300
156,326,179
Vote 197
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $
(01) Salaries—established    (4,543) 94,921,245
(04) Salaries—temporary    12,990,110
(10) Travel expense   3,420,000
(20) Professional and special services   1,162,825
(30) Office expense   310,000
(35) Office furniture and equipment   135,500
(40) Advertising and publications   211,300
(50) Materials and supplies   37,451,707
(55) Motor-vehicles     2,515,000
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers   15,240,000
(62) Rentals—intra-ministry      40,988,536
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings   6,408,661
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 12,327,000
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies   859,000
(90) Other expenditure   105,000
(98) Intra-ministry rental credits .-.(Credit) 49,694,036
179,351,848
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION—CAPITAL
Description
This vote 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
payment of authorized grants and contributions to municipalities in connection with their
highway systems.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(1,154)  160,258,637
Estimates, 1980/81
Total vote
Staff
-(1,029)
208,209,007
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(1,154)
25,176,413
3,191,152
3,080,000
4,300,000
215,000
60,700
23,000
15,623,600
100,000
19,000,000
7,855,000
77,086,672
4,539,300
1,000
6,800
160,258,637
(01) Salaries—established    (1,029)
(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-ministry
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings 	
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies 	
(90) Other expenditure	
25,164,901
5,000,000
2,950,000
6,440,000
246,000
60,700
68,000
10,400,000
100,000
13,260,000
8,493,500
127,768,906
5,750,000
2,500,000
7,000
208,209,007
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
179
Vote 198
HYDRO DEVELOPMENT—HIGHWAYS
Description
This vote provides for the right-of-way acquisition, planning, engineering design, survey,
construction, or reconstruction, paving, bridge construction or reconstruction, ferry construction, and any other related costs in connection with the construction of Provincial Highway 23,
Revelstoke to Mica Creek, and the Waneta-Nelway Highway that results from the construction
of the Revelstoke Dam and the Seven Mile Dam by British Columbia Hydro and Power
Authority.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
36,000,000
35,999,990
10
Program expenditures
Staff
-(125)
Estimates, 1980/81
52,844,551
Less recoveries from British Columbia
Hydro and Power Authority	
 (Credit)
52,844,541
Total vote
-(125)
10
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
—
(01)
940,000
(04)
14,000
(10)
2,344,000
(20)
1,500
(30)
—
(35)
2,000
(40)
88,000
(50)
200,000
(60)
93,000
(62)
32,313,500
(70)
—
(75)
4,000
(90)
35,999,990
(99)
Salaries—established
Salaries—temporary
Travel expense 	
-(125)
Professional and special services
Office  expense  	
Office furniture and equipment ...
Advertising and publications 	
Materials and supplies 	
Rentals—outside  suppliers  	
Rentals—intra-ministry
Acquisition—land and buildings 	
Acquisition—machinery and equipment
Other expenditure	
Recoveries  (Credit)
2,438,229
522,000
191,000
1,151,000
13,000
6,000
2,000
311,900
120,000
212,000
47,870,422
5,000
2,000
52,844,541
10
10
 180
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
GOVERNMENT-OWNED RESIDENCES MAINTENANCE
Description
This vote 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 as well as surplus right-of-way houses.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
50,000
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Total vote
17,000
3,500
300
20,200
3,000
6,000
50,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(04) Salaries—temporary 	
(10) Travel expense 	
(40) Advertising and publications	
(50) Materials and supplies 	
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers	
(70) Acquisition—land and  buildings 	
Vote 199
ENGINEERING BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for processing of applications, monitoring of construction and final
inspections, as well as annual inspections 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 Motor-vehicle Branch
and the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, as well as the Workers' Compensation Board, in matters of standardization of operational safety requirements.
Estimated
1979/80
Staff
$
(     24)
704,715
(     24)
564,214
13,992
66,585
9,649
14,475
6,369
482
6,272
17,370
965
4,342
704,715
Total vote
Staff
-(29)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established (29)
(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
Estimates, 1980/81
997,476
775,356
10,200
92,140
12,230
18,500
9,000
200
17,000
50,000
3,000
9,850
997,476
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
181
Vote 200
WEIGH SCALE BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the administration of the Commercial Transport Act and regulations
and in part, to assist in the enforcement of the Motor-vehicle Act, Motor Carrier Act, Motive-
Fuel Use Tax Act, Automobile Insurance Act, Highway Act, Mobile Home Act, and the
Motor-Vehicle Transport Act (Canada). The Branch operates a network of weigh scale
stations throughout the Province to check commercial vehicles for compliance with the
statutes and regulations, and to issue permits and collect fees.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
$
(   147)
3,186,928
(   147)
2,603,781
14,475
115,413
24,125
7,913
482
254,277
28,950
137,512
3,186,928
Estimates, 1980/81
Total vote
Staff
(148)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (148) 2,968,023
(04) Salaries—temporary   22,000
(10) Travel expense   133,212
(30) Office expense   26,175
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   8,585
(40) Advertising and publications  522
(50) Materials and supplies   236,576
(55)  Motor-vehicles    18,000
(60)  Rentals—outside   suppliers     300
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 143,000
3,556,393
3,556,393
Vote 201
MOTOR-VEHICLE BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the licensing, registering, and transferring of vehicles; for determining the fitness and ability of persons to operate vehicles, for recording of violations and
monitoring of drivers' records; for safety inspections and establishment of standards of vehicles
and for highway safety programs.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                Staff $                       $
(     10)         868,662              Administration   (11) 953,441
(   209)      5,174,014             Motor-vehicle Division  (210) 5,828,980
(   173)      3,652,597             Motor-vehicle inspection  (172) 3,880,833
(   219)      4,514,616             Drivers' Licence Division  (219) 5,234,763
(   611)    14,209,889                            Total vote  (612) 15,898,017
 182
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
Vote 201—Continued
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff *
(   611)
9,866,335
537,206
335,916
315,265
565,875
106,092
282,455
1,595,548
27,502
55,631
116,764
386,000
19,300
14,209,889
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Staff
(01) Salaries—established    (612)
(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 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$
11,170,092
628,000
335,916
504,503
350,000
41,427
492,655
1,835,414
34,000
39,500
60,500
388,000
18,010
15,898,017
Vote 202
MOTOR CARRIER BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the conducting of investigations into the licensing of the commercial motor carrier industry in the for-hire transportation of freight and passengers;
examination of schedules of rates charged by carriers as well as time schedules; the making
of recommendations to the Motor Carrier Commission and the implementation of the decisions
made by the Commission with respect to such applications; and the safety inspections of
public passenger vehicles.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(       8) 191,087 Administration     (7) 177,208
(     41) 834,495 Investigation and inspection service (42) 973,543
(     49)      1,025,582
Total vote  (49)
1,150,751
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     49)         817,336 (01) Salaries—established   (49) 927,005
72,761 (04) Salaries—temporary    72,761
39,951 (10) Travel expense   53,000
33,774 (30) Office expense   53,000
14,475 (35) Office furniture and equipment  14,475
1,930 (40) Advertising and publications   500
13,510 (50) Materials and supplies   13,510
24,125 (55) Motor-vehicles     15,000
2,895 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers   1,000
4,825 (90) Other expenditure   500
1,025,582
1,150,751
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
183
Vote 203
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION
Description
This vote provides for the regulation of the motor carrier industry intra-provincially as a
Provincial Board pursuant to the Motor Carrier Act, and extra-provincially as a Federal Board
pursuant to the Motor Vehicle Transport Act (Canada).
It also provides for the administration of the Telecommunications Utilities Act.
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(       7)
311,660
-.       7)
176,560
4,825
27,020
91,675
6,755
3,860
965
311,660
Vote 204
Total vote
Staff
-(7)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established    (7)
(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 	
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
329,756
188,656
4,825
25,020
91,675
6,755
3,860
965
6,000
2,000
329,756
TRANSPORTATION POLICY ANALYSIS BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the development, co-ordination, evaluation, and implementation of
transportation policies and programs.
Activity
Estimated
, 1979/80
Staff
$
(      9)
731,790
500,000
75,200
(      9)
1,306,990
(      9)
216,790
Clas
(01)
21,000
(04)
27,000
(10)
950,000
(20)
8,000
(30)
2,000
(35)
5,000
(40)
2,000
(50)
75,200
(80)
1,306,990
Staff
Administration    (9)
Northeast Coal Development Project ....
Grants and subsidies	
Total vote
-(9)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Salaries—established    (9)
Salaries—temporary 	
Travel expense 	
Professional and special services	
Office expense 	
Office furniture and equipment	
Advertising and publications	
Materials and supplies
Grants, contributions and subsidies
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
948,011
300,000
75,200
249,135
59,200
40,500
881,176
10,000
2,500
3,000
2,500
75,200
1,323,211
1,323,211
 184
Vote 205
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
AIR SERVICES BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the provision of aircraft and crews to provide the air services requirements for the Provincial Government, such as air services, air transportation, air training
services, and aerial photographic services.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff                $                                                                                                 Staff $                       $
(     48)      2,373,585              Program  expenditures   (50) 3,438,428
Less recoveries from ministries	
300,000                      (Credit) 329,500
(     48)      2,073,585                              Total vote  (50) 3,108,928
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     48)      1,027,788    (01) Salaries—established    (50) 1,283,828
33,775    (04) Salaries—temporary   41,000
30,156    (10) Travel expense   40,000
25,090    (20) Professional and special services  34,000
5,886    (30)  Office expense   10,300
1,930    (35) Office furniture and equipment   4,000
1,206,693    (50) Materials and supplies   1,564,300
6,755    (55) Motor-vehicles     —
16,212    (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   13,500
19,300    (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 447,500
300,000    (99) Recoveries  (Credit) 329,500
2,073,585 3,108,928
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
185
Vote 206
LOCAL AIRPORT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for grants and development, construction, and administration costs
relating to the construction or improvement of air transport facilities and navigational aids
throughout the Province.
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
 (4)                              739,568
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(        4)       2,112,188
Total   vote
(       4)
Vote 207
84,723
30.880
14,475
48,250
1,930
1,930
1,930,000
2,112,188
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (4) 85,228
(04) Salaries—temporary     80,000
(10) Travel expense   65,000
(20) Professional and special services  48,000
(30) Office expense   100
(35)  Office furniture and equipment   440
(40) Advertising and publications   200
(50) Materials and supplies   600
(60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   260,000
(70) Acquisition—land and buildings   200,000
(80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies   —
BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES
739,568
Description
This vote provides for the annual highway equivalent subsidy to the British Columbia
Ferry Corporation, and lease payments and related administrative costs for ferries subleased
to and operated by the Corporation.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
51,386,950
Estimates,
$
Total vote
1980/81
$
57,929,127
2,900
4,819,800
46,564,250
51,386,950
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(20) Professional and special services  2,900
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers      4,819,800
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies     53,106,427
57,929,127
 186
Vote 208
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY
Description
This vote provides for grants to the British Columbia Railway to underwrite the cost of
rehabilitating the Fort Nelson Extension and compensating the railway for Government-
mandated services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
14,000,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies      14,000,000
Vote 209
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
16,684,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
15,356,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
16,684,000    (60) Rentals—outside  suppliers       15,356,000
Vote 210
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
2,633,500
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
4,080,900
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
2,633,500    (25) Data systems and processing      4,080,900
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
187
MINISTRY OF UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
Staff
( 8)
( 8)
( 66)
( 12)
Estimated,
1979/80
227,222
242,342,046
341,718
979,100
15,672,054
894,798
66,000
260,535,538
180,920
(     94)     260,354,618
Summary
Vote
No.
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
Minister's Office 	
Ministry Administration
Universities 	
Staff
-(5)
-(16)
Metric Conversion  (8)
Science and Technology	
-(69)
Telecommunication Services Branch _.
Communications System Development and Regulation Branch  (12)
218    Building Occupancy Charges
12,600   219    Computer and Consulting Charges
Less recruitment savings
Total of Ministry
Estimates,
1980/81
136,479
1,158,584
269,940,116
385,812
3,244,175
16,559,217
898,613
157,000
50,000
292,529,996
.(110)  292,529,996
 188
Vote 211
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for the office of the Minister of Universities, Science and Communications, including his salary and expenses and those of his immediate staff.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
Total   vote
Staff
-(5)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
136,479
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established  (5) 99,979
(10) Travel expense   16,200
(30) Office expense   17,300
(35) Office furniture and equipment  3,000
136,479
Vote 212
MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION
Description
This vote 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, planning, budgeting for capital facilities for universities, personnel, information
services, educational statistics, and payroll. Also provided are funds for educational research
and development and membership in several national and interprovincial activities.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff $
(       8) 227,222
Total vote
Staff
(16)
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
1,158,584
(       8)
168,922
6,000
50,000
2,000
300
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (16) 413,171
(04) Salaries—temporary   150,873
(10) Travel expense   47,600
(20) Professional and special services  332,190
(30) Office expense   58,750
(35) Office furniture and equipment   6,000
(40) Advertising and publications   150,000
227,222
1,158,584
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
189
Vote 213
UNIVERSITIES
Description
This vote provides funding for the operation of the Universities Council, grants relating to
the operating and capital support programs of the Universities, and other institutions, development of university programs in nonmetropolitan areas of British Columbia and the delivery
systems to support them, and the medical teaching expansion project.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
554,784
218,225,797
7,749,000
10,000,000
5,812,465
242,342,046
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
Universities  Council    560,000
Operating grants   239,611,925
Operating grants (other)   9,319,433
Grants—Capital support programs   13,000,000
Student Aid Program   7,448,758
Total vote
269,940,116
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
236,529,581    (80)  Grants, contributions and subsidies _ 263,041,358
5,812,465    (90) Other expenditure        6,898,758
242,342,046
269,940,116
Vote 214
METRIC CONVERSION
Description
This vote provides for the dissemination of information to individual enterprises and
organizations directly involved in the economic process, such as Provincial Government ministries and agencies, municipalities, businesses, and trade associations.
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
385,812
Estimated,
1979/80
Staff
$
(        8)
341,718
(       8)
143,063
12,061
29,519
59,075
40,000
5,000
20,000
33,000
341,718
Total vote
Staff
-(8)
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (8)
(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 	
165,850
28,712
32,190
85,060
30,000
4,500
24,500
15,000
385,812
 190
Vote 215
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE,  1980/81
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Description
This vote provides for the expenses of and staff support to the Science Council of British
Columbia, the inter-ministerial research committees, and the administration of and financial
assistance to research programs supported by the Government and the British Columbia Health
Care Foundation.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80
$
109,100
Clas
(80)
(99)
Science   Council   of  British   Columbia
(net of recoveries)             .    ...
Estimates,
$
324,175
1,500,000
420,000
1,000,000
1980/81
$
450,000
Grants   .          ..      ...   ..    _ 	
420,000
British Columbia Research Council
Discovery Foundation       _ .
Total vote _	
979,100
3,274,175
30,000
3,244,175
nfication by Standard Objects of Expenditure
Grants, contributions and subsidies	
Recoveries—other societies        (Credit)
994,100
15,000
979,100
3,244,175
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
191
Vote 216
TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES BRANCH
Description
The Branch is responsible for the co-ordination, design, provision, maintenance, and operation of telecommunications systems required by Government Ministries and certain Crown
corporations and agencies. It is structured to provide rent or engage specialized services relating to telephones, radio, data, audio and visual communications.
Estimated, 1979/80
Staff
(        4)
(       3)
$
119,513
(     58)    14,221,628
(       1) 681,495
251,115
398,303
(     66)    15,672,054
Activity
Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ $
Administration  (4) 116,761
Telephone services (net of recoveries) ..
 (60) 15,152,270
Radio services (1) 711,719
Data   communication   services   (net   of
recoveries)    (4) 255,467
Auxiliary communication services  323,000
Total vote (69) 16,559,217
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(     66)         933,554 (01) Salaries—established  (69) 1,123,469
209,051 (04) Salaries—temporary   239,600
34,257 (10) Travel expense    26,500
128,345 (20) Professional and special services  144,500
16,405 (30) Office expense   27,000
8,685 (35)  Office furniture and equipment  6,800
8,685 (40)  Advertising and publications  16,000
193,964 (50)  Materials and supplies   150,000
15,302,005 (60) Rentals—outside suppliers      15,742,000
6,755 (70) Acquisition—land and buildings   10,000
700,348 (75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment 700,348
870,000 (99)  Recoveries from ministries (Credit) —
(99) Recoveries   from   Crown   corporations
1,000,000                and agencies  (Credit) 1,627,000
15,672,054
16,559,217
 192
Vote 217
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION BRANCH
Description
The Branch is responsible for developing policy recommendations and administering
ministerial programs to facilitate the effective development and utilization of communication
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.
Activity
Estimated, 1979/80 Estimates, 1980/81
Staff $ Staff $ $
(       3) 81,156 Administration (3) 86,644
(       5) 514,053 System Development  (5) 513,227
(       4) 299,589 Regulation  (4) 298,742
(     12) 894,798 Total vote  (12) 898,613
(      12)
306,102
48,153
46,464
193,000
5,404
3,666
2,509
289,500
894,798
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
(01) Salaries—established   (12) 344,534
(04) Salaries—temporary   30,000
(10) Travel expense   30,000
(20) Professional and special services  193,000
(30) Office expense   5,404
(35) Office furniture and equipment   3,666
(50) Materials and supplies  2,509
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies  289,500
898,613
Vote 218
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation for rental
and maintenance of buildings, and office accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
66,000
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
157,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
66,000    (60)  Rentals—outside suppliers   157,000
 UNIVERSITIES, SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
193
Vote 219
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for data
processing and management consulting services.
Estimated, 1979/80
$
12,600
Total vote
Estimates, 1980/81
$ $
50,000
Classification by Standard Objects of Expenditure
12,600    (25) Data systems and processing  50,000
  STANDARD OBIECTS OF EXPENDITURE
195
STANDARD OBJECTS OF EXPENDITURE
Vote expenditures are shown under the uniform classifications according to the nature of
the expenditure as outlined hereunder.
(01) Salaries—established positions.
(04) Salaries—temporary (including seasonal staff).
(06) Allowances and expenses—Members and officers of the Legislative Assembly.
(07) Fees and allowances—Boards, Commissions, courts, etc.
(10) Travel expense:
Includes expenses of public servants and members of Boards, Commissions, etc.
Also includes lease and operation of motor-vehicles used for staff travel purposes
and staff relocation and transfer expenses.
(20) Professional and special services:
Fees and expenses for services rendered by professionals such as legal, engineering,
educational, medical-dental, management consulting, etc., as well as various
services provided by other businesses not included in other classes.
(25) Data systems and processing:
Services provided by the British Columbia Systems Corporation for the design,
development, implementation, and operation of manual and machine-assisted
information systems.
(30) Office expense:
The supplies and expenses required for the operation of offices.
(35) Office furniture and equipment:
Purchase of furniture and equipment, but not lease or rental.
(40) Advertising and publications:
Includes all costs associated with advertising and publications, including services of
outside agencies and consultants.
(50) Materials and supplies:
Provides for all those items not included in other categories (e.g., office expense) and
includes parts and consumable tools as well as fuels and utilities.
(55) Motor-vehicles:
Purchase of motor-vehicles for use in transport of personnel.
(60) Rentals—outside suppliers:
Includes the lease or rental of land, buildings, aircraft, and equipment not included
in another classification (such as automobiles for staff travel).
(62) Rentals—intra-ministry:
Charges for the use of equipment between various programs and activities within a
ministry.
(70) Acquisition—land, buildings, and works:
Cost of acquiring these physical assets through purchase or contract, but not construction by a ministry's own forces.
 196 ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE, 1980/81
STANDARD OBJECTS OF EXPENDITURE—Continued
(75) Acquisition—machinery and equipment (not included elsewhere):
Includes purchase of aircraft, construction equipment, ships and boats, etc.
(80) Grants, contributions and subsidies:
These are payments, other than for goods and services, made for the purpose of
furthering ministerial programs. Payments include those to individuals and
nonprofit organizations, municipalities, Government agencies and Crown corporations, and subsidies to industries.
(90)  Other expenditure:
Includes all expenditure not otherwise classified, such as interest on deposits, supplementary personnel costs (superannuation, etc.), transfers to special funds, loans
and advances, etc.
(98) Recoveries—intra-ministry:
Recoveries for the use of equipment between various programs and activities within
a ministry.
(99) Recoveries:
Cost recoveries in cash or by transfer billings to other votes, such as in the case of
the Government Printing Bureau operation.
 1978/79
SCHEDULE A
SUMS REQUIRED BY HER MAJESTY TO MAKE GOOD CERTAIN SUMS EXPENDED
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD ENDED MARCH 31, 1979, AND
TO INDEMNIFY THE SEVERAL OFFICERS AND PERSONS FOR MAKING SUCH
EXPENDITURE
SERVICE
Amount
Ministry of Agriculture :
Minister's  Office   $10,719
General administration   44,236
Marketing services    63,878
Ministry of Attorney-General:
Court services   273,210
Crown counsel   37,274
Legal Services Commission   2,773
Legal services to Government   168,827
Coroners   16,553
Ministry of Education:
Minister's Office .....
Ministry of Finance:
Minister's Office 	
Administrative and support services
3,517
18,567
Ministry of Forests:
Engineering support services program       694,118
Public information services program         3,726
Ministry of Health:
Minister's Office
Hospital programs
Emergency health services
Ministry of Human Resources:
Minister's Office 	
Health services 	
3,877
93,890
340,771
13,129
1,483,491
Ministry of Labour:
Ministerial administration and support services
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Minister's Office  ,	
Ministry of Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry:
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House ...
Employee benefits 	
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation:
Creston Valley Wildlife Management .....
Parks management 	
59,634
1,255,231
299
99,300
Ministry of Deregulation:
Professional and special services and other expenses
$118,833
498,637
2,968
22,084
697,844
438,538
1,496,620
339,559
14,035
1,314,865
99,599
51,476
$5,095,058
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