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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Report of the
COMPTROLLER-GENERAL
1978/79
Pursuant to the Provisions of the
Financial Control Act, Chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960
Interim Financial Statements
For the Ten Months Ended January 31
1979
PRINTED BY
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1979
  To the Honourable Henry P. Bell-Irving, D.S.O., O.B.E., E.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour statements of the
Comptroller-General, pursuant to the provisions of the Financial Control Act,
chapter 22, R.S.B.C. 1960.
Respectfully submitted.
Ministry of Finance,
Victoria, March 22,1979
EVAN M. WOLFE
Minister of Finance
 Victoria, B.C., March 22, 1979
The Honourable Evan M. Wolfe,
Minister of Finance
Sir—I have the honour to submit for the information of the Legislative
Assembly, pursuant to the provisions of the Financial Control Act, chapter 22,
R.S.B.C. 1960, the following:
(A) Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the First Ten Months
of the Fiscal Year 1978/79 viz., April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979. These
statements are presented on a cash basis as brought to account at the Treasury
(section 43 (a) ).
Summary of Interim Statements of Revenue and Expenditure..
Details of Revenue	
Details of Expenditure..
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(B) Statement of Special Warrants Issued (section 25 (4) )
(C) Statement of Expenditures on Services During 1977/78 Fiscal Year
Which Have Exceeded Their Appropriations (section 43 (b))
Expenditure (Revenue Surplus Appropriation)
Statement of Special Purpose Funds	
Pace
. 5
. 6
. 8
. 14
. 15
. 16
18
Respectfully submitted.
LIONEL G. BONNELL, C.A.
Comptroller-General
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 1)
INTERIM STATEMENTS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE
TEN MONTHS APRIL 1, 1978, TO JANUARY 31, 1979
Estimated for
12 Months to
Mar. 31,1979
Summary
Interim Period
April 1,1978 to
Jan. 31, 1979
2,440,500,000
557,800,000
237,300,000
219,500,000
825,250,000
4,280,350,000
4,397,588
2,229,903
753,760
72,051,221
186,676,087
13,610,996
29,166,038
1,032,846,805
96,284,299
53,266,986
102,704,435
118,547,852
1,156,351,556
357,366,589
552,515,648
40,397,460
10,457,213
257,099,413
132,325,548
61,300,603
4,280,350,000
REVENUE
Budgetary Revenue:
Taxation Revenue-
Natural Resources Revenue-
Other Revenue .
Contributions From Government Enterprises-
Contributions From Other Governments	
Total Budgetary Revenue.
Nonbudgetary Revenue	
Combined General Fund Revenue.
EXPENDITURE!
Budgetary Expenditure:
Legislation	
Auditor General 	
Executive Council .	
Ministry of Agriculture	
Ministry of the Attorney-General	
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs	
Ministry of Economic Development	
Ministry of Education _.
Ministry of Energy, Transport and Communications	
Ministry of the Environment	
Ministry of Finance	
Ministry of Forests —
Ministry of Health  	
Ministry of Highways and Public Works	
Ministry of Human Resources  	
Ministry of Labour   .—.	
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources 	
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing  	
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry.
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation	
Ministry of Deregulations  	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housings _ _	
Ministry of Tourism and Small Business Developments	
Total Budgetary Expenditure... 	
Nonbudgetary Expenditure  	
Combined General Fund Expenditure	
Excess of General Fund Revenue Over Expenditure	
2,132,395,065
577,155,765
174,053,414
182,922,000
640,706,536
3,707,232,780
3,707,232,780
24
139,
9.
12
857,
72,
38,
63
106,
900,
347,
454,
30,
7,
234
107
47.
,661,310
971,532
647,428
,100,737
,467,599
,923,712
,967,326
,085,765
594,721
825,983
,901,553
,040,012
,898,623
,004,362
,240,098
.177,652
,689,808
,317,070
,765,257
144,941
3,810
3,810
4,972
3,460,438,081
20,664,000
3,481,102,081
226,130,699
1 Excludes expenditure of $55,096,360, under the Revenue Surplus of 1976-77 Appropriation Act, 1978,
charged to Revenue Surplus Account (see page 14).
sin accordance with the Supply Act No. 2, 1978 (1978, chap. 38), the actual expenditures are reported in
relation to the services and amounts appropriated. Reorganization changes made in December 1978, pursuant to
the Constitution Act, are therefore not reflected in these statements except for expenditures authorized under
the Constitution Act and by special warrants for the ministries of "Deregulation", "Lands, Parks and Housing",
and "Tourism and Small Business Development".
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 2)
DETAILS OF REVENUE FOR THE TEN MONTHS APRIL 1, 1978, TO
JANUARY 31, 1979
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1979
Source
Revenue for 10 Months
Ended Jan. 31, 1979
1,182,000,000
315,000,000
595,000,000
175,000,000
23,000,000
2,500,000
60,000,000
36,000,000
20,000,000
12,000,000
9,000,000
8,500,000
2,500,000
2,440,500,000
195,000,000
125,000,000
42,200,000
10,000,000
8,000,000
7,000,000
3,600,000
2,500,000
48,000,000
80,000,000
8,000,000
5,500,000
1,500,000
15,500,000
6,000,000
557,800,000
2,000,000
4,200,000
9,790,000
2,800,000
2,600,000
8,300,000
1,775,000
19,400,000
5,924,000
1,500,000
1,000,000
2,858,000
1,200,000
1,675,000
2,478,000
54,000,000
3,800,000
2,400,000
1,500,000
2,500,000
7,000,000
1,300,000
1,250,000
6,350,000
Taxation Revenue:
Personal Income .
Corporation Income-
Social Services	
Gasoline	
Motive-fuel Use.
Fuel-oil	
Cigarette and Tobacco .
Corporation Capital	
Property-
Insurance Premiums	
Hotel and Motel Room-
Pari Mutuel Betting	
Succession and Gift	
Natural 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	
Lands and Forests:
Logging Tax_
Timber Sales	
Timber Royalties	
Land Leases, Rentals, and Fees.
Miscellaneous Lands and Forests Receipts.
Water Resources: Water Rentals and Recording Fees..
Wildlife Act—Fees and Licences	
Other Revenue:
Sales and Service Fees:
Land Sales _
Motor-vehicle Lien and Search Fees„
Medicare Services Recoveries	
Ferry Revenue	
Ambulance Service - 	
Forest Scaling Fees	
Land-clearing Receipts	
Land Registry Fees.
Reservoir Waterway Improvements-
Sheriffs' Fees- 	
Publications Service Branch .
Hearing-aid Equipment.
Beautiful British Columbia Magazine
Miscellaneous Parks Receipts...
Miscellaneous Sales and Services	
Licences and Permits:
Motor-vehicle Licences and Permits-
Companies Branch-
Electrical Energy Inspection Fees_
Fire Marshall Act—Fees, etc	
Law Stamps.
Liquor Licensing Branch—Permits and Fees.
Probate Fees .	
Camp-site Permits and Park Use	
Miscellaneous Licences and Permits.
996,628,000
277,182,578
557,224,005
147,692,267
18,432,389
1,635,413
52,256,436
43,032,807
18,998,785
868,519
8,624,496
8,056,064
1,763,306
2,132,395,065
154,250,000
104,483,475
35,084,531
12,715,986
7,656,317
8,161,239
5,291,607
1,925,575
49,724,586
164,316,498
6,257,478
6,485,931
1,003,031
14,025,612
5,773,899
577,155,765
1,925,516
3,319,443
4,923,293
2,368,985
1,974,011
5,824,468
1,683,795
16,510,685
5,475,445
938,335
610,586
420,936
1,443,609
1,015,424
3,434,195
19,711,951
3,617,998
1,748,674
207,756
1,678,303
6,115,782
1,221,902
1,385,945
3,980,419
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79
Details of Revenue for the Ten Months April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979
—Continued
10,000,000
32,000,000
10,500,000
2,535,000
1,500,000
4,000,000
4,450,000
1,000,000
1,400,000
11,750,000
10,565,000
237,300,000
190,000,000
129,500,000
219,500,000
470,800,000
132,500,000
67,500,000
30,100,000
7,250,000
7,500,000
14,000,000
16,500,000
50,800,000
2,000,000
2,300,000
24,000,000
825,250,000
4,280,350,000
Other Revenue—Continued
Fines and Penalties	
Interest from Investments  	
Miscellaneous:
Institutional Maintenance Receipts:
Maintenance of Children	
Other Maintenance Receipts	
Pearson Hospital Receipts	
Insurance Claims Receipts.
Superannuation Branch Cost Recoveries.
Federal Sales Tax Recoveries	
Glendale Laundry Receipts-
Recovery from B.C. Hydro for Highway Relocation Costs...
Other Miscellaneous Revenue  	
Contributions From Government Enterprises:
Liquor Distribution Branch—Net Profit	
British Columbia Buildings Corporation-
Contributions From Other Governments:
Canada:
Established Programs Financing-
Canada Assistance Plan 	
Social Services Block Funding-
Other Shared-cost Programs:
Adult Occupational Training	
Water Planning and Management...
Apprenticeship Training	
Economic Development  	
Transport and Highways  	
Other Federal Payments _
Percentage of Power Corporation Tax-
Statutory Subsidies-
Municipal Share of Joint-service Programs..
Other Provinces   	
Total Budgetary Revenue _ 	
Nonbudgetary Revenue   	
$
,009,688
,873,547
,021,168
,788,603
,846,993
,588,833
20,797
,061,471
,068,861
,235,997
167,922,000
15,000,000
404,
167,
747,250
,203,362
.225,359
,530,889
.374,191
181,411
209,258
116,848
.989,685
128,283
174,053,414
182,922,000
640,706,536
3,707,232,780
 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A3)
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE TEN MONTHS APRIL 1, 1978,
TO JANUARY 31, 1979
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1979
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
10 Months
Ended Jan. 31,1979
$
3,997,588
400,000
4,397,588
2,034,507
195,396
2,229,903
753,760
100,533
1,146,532
1,241,849
3,950,723
503,383
57,893,907
4,351,768
203,671
2,437,855
221,000
72,051,221
139,990
2,804,356
28,952,359
8,284,545
35,192,543
53,941,435
9,600,000
1,835,180
-2,673,452
6,548,370
1,198,602
79,113
295,361
1,500,000
1,557,506
1,439,731
452,890
5,958,191
92,221
21,488,642
2,641,600
186,676,087
Legislation :
1 Legislation	
2 Crown Corporation Reporting Committee..
Auditor General:
3 Auditor General	
4 Building Occupancy Charges.
5   Executive Council.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Stat.
Ministry of Agriculture :
Minister's Office	
Deputy Minister's Office .
General Administration-
Production Services	
Marketing Services.
General and Financial Services	
Specialist and Regulatory Services-
Milk Board	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges .	
Livestock   Improvement    (Horned   Cattle   Purchases   Act,
R.S.B.C. 1960, chap. 176, sec. 8) _	
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Stat.
Stat.
Ministry of the Attorney-General:
Minister's Office	
Administration and Support	
Court Services	
Crown Counsel .	
Police Services-
Corrections 	
Legal Services Commission-
Justice Development Commission-
Legal Services to Government	
Judiciary	
Coroners	
British Columbia Parole Board...
Law Reform Commission .	
Criminal Injuries Compensation Act _	
Public Trustee	
Fire Marshal	
Racing Commission  — _.
Land Registry-
Order in Council Patients' Review Board-
Building Occupancy Charges
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Task Force on Policing Costs, Police Act (1974, chap. 64,
sec.7(4)).
Separation Allowance for Provincial Judge, Provincial Court
Act (1975, chap. 57, sec. 34 (4))	
S.W. 19 Out-of-Court Settlement—Land Purchase	
S.W. 31 Claim for Interest on Estate of Joseph Leblanc.
$
4,322,992
338,318
971,532
98,826
842,258
1,043,075
2,991,681
573,123
13,299,075
3,081,327
165,439
1,741,248
184,168
80,517
98,411
2,339,850
24,269,047
7,128,237
18,230,065
42,216,465
8,697,542
1,267,376
3,110,819
5,073,391
1,090,799
56,920
162,629
1,317,244
1,187,078
580,804
392,922
4,378,407
44,658
15,508,194
2,210,000
82,353
15,750
5,000
3,638
4,661,310
971,532
647,428
24,100,737
139,467,599
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79
Details of Expenditure for the Ten Months April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979
—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1979
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
10 Months
Ended Jan. 31,1979
$
150,911
516,939
2,906,603
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
53
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Stat.
S.W.
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs:
$                     $
128,926
401,851
1,992,144
3,868,245
2,919,139
1,293,893
542,806
Rentalsman	
1,002,279
366,492
1,170,364
74,400
Liquor Control and Licensing Branch _..	
859,630
12,613
3,000
1,378
1,496,912
916,830
1,586,923
1,322,430
Ministry of Economic Development:
13,610,996
9,923,712
154,432
99,675
6,933,841
6,340,000
4,788,157
5,389,999
14,000,000
1,628,877
800,874
279,875
936,891
780,743
Ministry of Education:
29,166,038
12,967,326
119 793
100,531
5,097,460
591,589,968
9,156,008
208,602,857
146,630,743
11,273,537
Ministry's Services	
3,179,206
511,827,422
6,278,128
Post-secondary Education—Universities   . _	
Post-secondary   Education—Colleges   and   Provincial   Insti-
171,686,388
111,471,509
9,475,037
40,600,000
26,656,869
331,430
184,726
10
10
87,735
47,085
18,057,264
15,047,720
1,300,000
1,083,334
Science Council of B.C. Act (1978, chap. 37, sec. 18)	
16 Canada-British  Columbia   Co-operative  Education  Projects
22,800
25,000
Ministry of Energy, Transport and Communications:
1,032,846,805
857,085,765
152,472
698,130
674,198
3,200,246
15,160,033
947,209
12,202,674
78,054
583,549
520,318
2,381,918
10,226,188
Motor Carrier Branch   	
770,941
10,796,613
868,182
Communications    System    Development    and    Regulation
321,312
367,191
1,402,187
Motor Carrier Commission     	
185,411
714,294
2,091,671
1,330,924
50,558,500
39,123,825
107,723
2,079.282
3,498,546
2,276,055
Local Airport Assistance Program 	
Air Services	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges  	
16,365
1,438,262
2,210,747
1,896,000
96,284,299
72,594,721
 10
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Ten Months April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979
—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1979
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure far
10 Months
Ended Jan. 31, 1979
$
131,756
1,798,066
11,477,133
26,288,717
7,774,376
1,016,324
691,389
2,732,825
1,356,400
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
Ministry of the Environment:
Minister's Office -	
General Administration	
Land and Water Management.
53,266,986
105,330
92
1,072,434
93
4,002,470
94
6,801,506
95
2,045,495
96
4,797,307
97
400,000
98
5,684,386
99
21,853,323
100
16,481,000
101
3,400,000
102
1,860,500
103
250,000
104
21,064,320
105
9,148,468
106
3,737,896
107
	
Stat.
102,704,435
110,042
108
21,337,907
109
9,105,583
110
649,614
111
8,473,647
112
1,776,086
113
19,837,242
114
2,181,163
115
7,000,000
116
10,102,369
117
6,305,210
118
11,249,847
119
2,289,571
120
6,594,677
121
5,973,966
122
3,878,928
123
1,682,000
124
Stat.
118,547,852
Environmental and Engineering Service 	
Environmental Protection ~ _ 	
Environment and Land Use Committee Secretariat
Provincial Agricultural Land Commission	
Building Occupancy Charges _   _.
Computer and Consulting Charges  „ —
Land Commission Act (1973, chap. 46, sec. 21)	
Pollution Control Act (1967, chap. 34, sec. 26 (3))
Ministry of Finance:
Minister's Office	
Administrative and Support Services .
Office of the Comptroller-General	
Computer and Consulting Services	
Purchasing Commission _	
Taxation Administration  —
Assessment Act Appeal Boards	
Government Agencies	
Interest on Public Debt - —
Grants, Contributions, and Subsidies _
Interest on Deposits	
Incidentals - -
Advances Under Various Statutes	
Salary Contingencies (All Ministries)..
Treasury Board   _.
Building Occupancy Charges...
Crown Proceedings Act (1974, chap. 24, sec. 13 (4)).
Ministry of Forests:
Minister's Office	
Ministry Administration Program-
Engineering Support Services Program
Public Information Services Program—
Resource Management Program _	
Special Studies Program 	
Reforestation Program.— - -	
Research Program _	
Fire Suppression Program 	
Forest Protection Program 	
Inventory Program	
Scaling Program-
Range Management Program.    — 	
Forest Development Roads Maintenance Program	
Reservoir Waterway Improvements Program _	
Building Occupancy Charges    -	
Computer and Consulting Charges _ _ 	
Implementation of New Legislation (Forest Act, 1978, chap.
23, sec. 165)...   —
$
100,029
1,228,665
8,770,745
18,814,108
5,490,357
592,456
551,559
2,049,951
1,194,512
4,953
38,554
86,180
897,086
2,684,146
5,307,167
1,741,378
3,676,374
493,724
4,520,977
13,788,016
12,277,765
3,521,704
1,733,439
10
5.376.XS1
5,768,661
1,929,263
98,782
101,454
17,264,492
7,296,207
563,136
7,073,210
1,127,064
14,798,363
1,734,725
17,781,926
7,492,768
3,530,405
8,479,192
1,657,746
7,101,566
5,791,205
2,589,739
1,480,160
176,654
38,825,983
63,901,553
106,040,012
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79
11
Details of Expenditure for the Ten Months April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979
—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1979
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
10 Months
Ended Jan. 31,1979
$
139,851
2,629,019
3,339,570
34,622,592
17,863,005
9,856,065
6,281,860
609,588,881
61,134,726
4,136,440
10,619,966
211,613,000
24,775,037
120,457,272
31,593,289
7,700,983
1,156,351,556
180,378
5,115,924
153,925,075
157,258,637
11,750,000
5,837,073
1,718,735
186,000
4,120,000
15,523,267
1,751,500
357,366,589
145,890
64,048,833
71,680,528
26,815,473
45,332,296
277,873,264
43,429,775
19,373,175
3,816,414
552,515,648
140,241
2,795,211
29,308,710
1,503,301
2,622,380
507,351
1,197,304
300,000
1,384,760
638,202
40,397,460
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
Ministry of Health:
Minister's Office.
Administration and Support Services..
Community Health Programs—
Branch Support Services	
Public Health Programs-
Mental Health Programs-
Special Health Services.
Other Health Care Expenditures.
Hospital Programs 	
Government Institutions 	
Forensic Psychiatric Services	
Alcohol and Drug Commission	
Medical Services Commission 	
Emergency Health Services 	
Long-term Care Program  —
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges...
Ministry of Highways and Public Works:
Minister's Office _ _ 	
General Administration—Highways.
Highway Maintenance-
Highway Construction—Capital 	
Hydro Development—Highways  	
Safety Engineering Division	
Glendale Laundry _ _ 	
Government owned Residences Maintenance-
Employees' Salaries and Benefits	
Building Occupancy Charges .
Computer and Consulting Charges..
Ministry of Human Resources:
Minister's Office.  	
Administration and Community Service-
Services to Families and Children	
Community Projects   _.
Health Services 	
GAIN Programs-
Special Programs for the Retarded..
Building Occupancy Charges 	
Computer and Consulting Charges ...
Ministry of Labour:
Minister's Office	
Ministerial Administration and Support Services..
Job Training and Employment Opportunities Program-
Occupational   Environment    and    Compensation    Advisory
Services _ _ _   	
Collective Bargaining and Labour Standards Program.
Human Rights Programs	
Labour Relations Board	
Essential Services Advisory Agency	
Building Occupancy Charges   	
Computer and Consulting Charges  	
1,
2.
25,
12
7,
4,
503,
46,
3,
6,
173.
19
74
17.
1
$
121,812
,849,470
,685,595
,626,621
,490,035
,590,851
,027,225
.744,163
458,477
,052,507
443,047
,500,000
,744,580
,645,764
,099,326
,819,150
4,
120,
200.
1
3
1
4.
9,
1,
121,567
,076,456
.318,492
,486,979
,899,160
,893,146
,095,747
567
,434,720
,217,528
,460,000
45
48
19
36.
254.
33
13
3
110,400
581,616
,292,038
,046,351
,941,369
,245,870
,614,802
,227,312
.180,340
151,861
2,486,244
21,275,849
1,186,497
2,241,560
386,842
1,021,285
16,278
879,406
531,830
900,898,623
347,004,362
454,240,098
30,177,652
 12
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Details of Expenditure for the Ten Months April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979
—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31, 1979
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for   .
10 Months
Ended Jan. 31, 1979
87,861
1,145,667
4,392,165
1,400,434
585,250
900,000
215,000
77,000
155,000
60,000
351,300
772,436
315,100
212,278
446,525
1,126,743
5,858,024
757,136
1,087,626
10
164,489
519,548
65,807
500,000
3,100,000
931,102
1,534,542
1,000,000
10
13,200,000
3,980,358
201,759
205,054
144,086
19,000
50,000
60,992
7,746,708
1,345,931
230,073
781,008
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
Stat.
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Minister's Office     —
Deputy Minister's Office  	
Mineral Resources Branch _  	
Petroleum Resources Branch	
Grants and Subsidies Program.—	
Mineral Road Program _ _	
Prospectors' Assistance Program	
Mineral Research Program  —
Mineral Data Program.
Mineral Employment Program 	
Energy Resource Evaluation Program
Building Occupancy Charges  _
Computer and Consulting Charges...
S.W.
10,457,213
153,456
184
8,518,528
185
40,700,000
186
138,300,000
187
38,122,106
188
449,243
189
28,996,905
190
443,764
191
889,521
192
525,890
193
Stat.
Stat.
257,099,413
Correction of Safety Hazards (Mines Regulation Act,
chap. 25, sec. 12 (2)) 	
S.W. 10 Out-of-court Settlement—Morris 	
1967,
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing:
Minister's Office  	
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
Office of the Deputy Minister—Municipal Affairs . 	
Grants, Contributions, and Subsidies—Municipal Affairs.
Revenue Sharing Fund 	
Office of Deputy Minister—Housing _	
Central Ministry Services..
Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters and Renters' Tax Credit
Mobile Home Registry  _..
Building Occupancy Charges .
Computer and Consulting Charges	
Advances—Urban  Transit  Authority
sec. 20)
Act  (1978,  chap.  39,
Family First Home Grants—Home Purchase Assistance Act
(1976, chap. 20, sec. 13.3) 	
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry:
Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry:
Minister's Office _ _ —	
General Administration	
Central Microfilm Bureau-
Postal Branch	
Legislative Library	
Provincial Archives 	
Queen's Printer 	
Government House—	
Agent-General's Office and British Columbia House.
Indian Advisory Act  	
Public Inquiries Act _	
Grants, Special Services and Events ...	
Provincial Elections Act  _	
$
80,096
838,862
3,507,825
1,052,699
318,030
469,718
202,020
26,927
54,000
25,242
265,962
556,840
262,580
4,007
25,000
148,779
4,629,991
43,693,611
138,300,000
22,595,908
319,116
22,652,083
543,844
416,262
438,200
277,827
301,449
Provincial Emergency Programme— _
Captain Cook Bi-Centennial — _ —
British Columbia Lottery Branch	
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation 	
Provincial Museum and Resource Museums	
Government Publications  	
Public Information — —
Legislative Tour Guides  —
Queen  Elizabeth  II  British  Columbia   Centennial  Scholarship Act..
Flood Relief Act	
General Administration—Travel Industry
Travel Division   	
Beautiful British Columbia Magazine	
California and London Offices _	
Film and Photographic Branch 	
161,679
405,939
836,933
4,824,770
546,618
698,944
10
157,969
311,976
34,291
546,971
1,921,215
1,549,520
942,052
750,000
10
9,828,577
3,158,361
46,861
130,922
111,413
15,500
946,285
13,395
6,707,092
1,059,051
176,481
590,184
7,689,808
234,317.070
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79
13
Details of Expenditure for the Ten Months April 1, 1978, to January 31, 1979
—Continued
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar. 31,1979
No. of
Vote
Service
Expenditure for
10 Months
Ended Jan. 31,1979
$
7,514,080
1,400,000
2,895,352
285,393
1,387,888
51,280,000
140,000
22,154,026
132,325,548
116,724
1,294,013
495,024
551,430
2,064,800
10,323,445
1,559,956
129,750
16,346,619
4,500,000
1,858,000
1,000,000
1,477,331
2,333,953
7,000,000
1,080,000
421,299
4,436,193
579,796
3,390,270
342,000
61,300,603
4,280,350,000
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary and Travel Industry—Continued
222 Building Occupancy Charges	
223 Computer and Consulting Charges	
S.W. 15    Dan Matijevich Endowment—British Columbia Forest Hall
of Fame
224
225
226
227
228
229
S.W. 13
Public Service Commission:
Administration	
Public Service Adjudication Board-
Superannuation Branch:
Administration	
Public Service Superannuation and Retirement Benefits.
Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation Act	
Employee Benefits
Investigation into Pension Benefits Standard Legislation..
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation:
Minister's Office  	
General Administration _
Information and Education..
Marine Resources Branch	
Salmonid Enhancement Program-
Fish and Wildlife Branch	
Federal and Other Agency Programs—
Creston Valley Wildlife Management-
Parks Management	
Parks Capital.
Land Acquisition—National and Provincial Parks..
Youth Crew   .	
Heritage Conservation Branch-
Recreation and Fitness Branch .
Recreation Facilities Grants	
Grants-in-aid of Regional Park Development-
Cultural Services Branch 	
Library Services Branch...
Provincial Capital Commission	
Building Occupancy Charges	
Computer and Consulting Charges.
Ministry of Deregulation:
Stat.     Minister's Office	
Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing:
Stat.     Minister's Office    	
Stat.
Ministry of Tourism and Small Business Development:
Minister's Office	
S.W. 43 Program expenditure-
Total Budgetary Expenditure	
Nonbudgetary Expenditure:
Advances re:
British   Columbia   Systems   Corporation   (Systems
Act, 1977, chap. 45, sec. 8 (1))	
Ocean Falls Corporation Act (1973, chap. 64, sec. 9)
Grant—B.C. Railway re Fort Nelson Extension (Special
Warrant 18)    _ _	
$
3,352,722
1,000,000
141,698
2,118,840
184,393
1,111,247
45,966,759
134,241
17,278,087
4,251
91,649
1,028,233
411,289
413,477
970,607
8,370,403
282,143
121,368
13,355,048
3,889,110
1,300,513
975,855
1,076,708
1,428,180
3,657,272
885,553
293,460
3,937,106
2,038,283
2,333,684
285,000
3,810
1,162
107,765,257
47,144,941
3,810
3,810
4,972
3,460,438,081
5,000,000
4,000,000
11,664,000
20,664,000
 14
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(A 4)
STATEMENT SHOWING EXPENDITURES OUT OF REVENUE SURPLUSES UNDER
AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES, APRIL 1, 1978,
TO JANUARY 31, 1979
Revenue Surplus of 1976-77 Appropriation Act, 1978
Estimated for
12 Months
Ending
Mar 31, 1979
Program
Expenditure for
10 Months
Ended
Jan. 31, 1979
$
2,000,000
5,000,000
2,000,000
10,000,000
27,629,730
5,000,000
5,000,000
2,000,000
5,500,000
2,000,000
10,000,000
Agriculture:
Accelerated Agricultural Program (sec. 1 (/))  	
Energy, Transport and Communications:
Local Airport Assistance Programs (sec. 1 (c))  	
Environment:
Accelerated Water Treatment Program (sec. 1 (k))  	
Forests:
Accelerated Reforestation Program (sec. 1 (d))  _	
Highways and Public Works:
Highways Programs (sec. 1 (b))  	
Labour:
Accelerated Summer Works Program (sec. 1 (e))_ 	
Mines and Petroleum Resources:
Accelerated Mining Development Program (sec. 1 (/)) 	
Municipal Affairs and Housing:
Accelerated Elderly Citizens' Housing Construction Program (sec. 1 (6))
Recreation and Conservation:
Accelerated Recreation Facilities Program (sec. 1 (g))  	
Accelerated Fisheries Program (sec. 1 (/))  _ 	
British Columbia Development Corporation:
Purchase of shares (sec. 1 (a))  _
$
1,380,059
1,493,477
6,203,919
23,751,618
4,925,029
2,365,462
995,562
2,774,961
1,206,273
10,000,000
76,129,730
55,096,360
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79
15
(A 5)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS FOR THE TEN MONTHS
APRIL 1, 1978, TO JANUARY 31,  1979
Balance
March 31,
1978
Revenue and
Credits
Expenditure
Balance
January 31,
1979
Fixed-capital (Perpetual) Funds
Capital accounts—
British Columbia Cultural Fund	
Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette Education, Prevention, and Rehabilitation Fund	
First Citizens' Fund	
Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund	
Current accounts (available for expenditure)—
British Columbia Cultural Fund   	
Drug, Alcohol, and Cigarette Education, Prevention, and Rehabilitation Fund	
First Citizens' Fund   _.
Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund _
Other Funds
Accelerated Reforestation Fund	
Crop Insurance Stabilization Fund-
Farm Income Assurance Fund	
Farm Products Industry Improvement Fund 	
Housing Fund  	
Lottery Fund     	
Provincial Home Acquisition Fund  _ 	
Provincial Transit Fund    	
Revenue Sharing Fund-
Special   Provincial   Employment
Fund  	
Programmes   Act
Miscellaneous Statutory Accounts
Consumer Advancement Fund	
Crop Insurance Accounts-
Dairy Producers' Protection Fund_
Domestic Animal Protection Fund-
Pound District Act Account	
University Endowment Lands Administration  Ac-
Combined totals..
20,000,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
20,000,000
See
Current
Accounts
Below
90,000,000    |
66,465
3,790,921
2,641,367
1,518,052
2,734,210
1,417,008
1,634,983
2,966,082
8,016,805
8,752,283
1,477
15,826,984
3,000,000
2,363,529
217,515,138
16,015,423
277,133,149
1,018,235
1,406,273
1,484,049
7,612,364
434,742
4,422,435
11,531,963
18,994,298
138,300,000
S34,280,208    |  182,779,851
1,301
1,120,894
193,904
118,226
109
3,097,716
17
1,729,781
18,625
30,988
966,314
4,532,150    [      2,745,725
636,829,163
194,277,859
See
Current
Accounts
Below
20,000,000
25,000,000
25,000,000
20,000,000
|    90,000,000
2,396,949
740,452
1,550,338
3,043,120
403,726
4,467,477
2,726,012
1,441,014
7,730,859    |      9,038,229
1,477
—
17,311,033
10,612,364
—
631,341
2,166,930
2,844,197
224,781,7701
13,725,876
13,821,510
2,700,158
293,427,2892
659,755
358,480
127,363,203
10,936,797
1,406,273
—
154,254,773    | 562,805,286
2,601,303
23,616
64
1,063,330
1,318
249,372
212,529
125,598
45
2,998,700
3,690,313    |      3,587,562
165,675,945
665,431,077
i Housing Fund balance of $224,781,770 at January 31, 1979, is represented by cash and investments of
$66,594,908, accounts and advances receivable of $13,254,618, mortgages receivable of $5,298,709, real estate of
$90,746,366, and investments in and advances to housing corporations of $48,887,169.
2 Provincial Home Acquisition Fund expenditures comprise statutory abatements and remissions re mortgage
loans as well as home-acquisition grants. The home-owner (second mortgage) loans issued are not charged to
the fund expenditures but are carried as receivables. The Fund balance of $293,427,289 at January 31, 1979, is
represented by cash and investments of $70,102,729 and home-owner (mortgage) loans of $223,324,560.
 16                                        PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
(B)
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SPRING SESSIONS
OF 1978 AND 1979
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure to
Jan. 31,
1979
Ort   5, 197X
11
34
19
26
31
44
62
7
53
63
68
2
16
64
69
17
18
56
60
61
67
35
36
65
70
71
72
76
TO MEET EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1979
Ministry of Agriculture
185,632
50,000
5,000
1,300,000
3,637
5,313
1,000,000
600,000
500,000
310,000
200,000
60,000
700,000
1,500,000
804,500
12,000,000
37,500
40,070
650,000
5,000
200,000
16,000,000
1,100,000
65,000
825,550
4,000,000
2,000,000
376,000
10,000
25,000
5,433
50,000
65,000
1,000,000
185,632
Jan. 25, 1979	
Supplementing   Vote   15—Computer   and   Consulting
Charges                                —	
Ministry of the Attorney-General
Out-of-fniirt Settlement—T^p
Dec, 5, 1078
5,000
437,367
3,637
Jan. 4, 1979	
Jan. 11, 1979	
F*h   1   1070
Supplementing Vote 24—Legal Services to Government-
Estate of Joseph LeBlanc, Deceased...
Mar. 15,1979	
Supplementing Vote 18—Court Services	
Supplementing Vote 19—Crown Counsel	
Supplementing Vote 20—Police Services   _	
Supplementing Vote 22—Legal Services Commission	
Supplementing Vote 2(5—Coroners	
Sept. 14, 1978	
Mar 1  1979
Ministry of Economic Development
200,000
Grant to City of Castlegar	
Burns Lake Native Development Corporation—Finan-
Mar. 15,1979	
Mar 20  1979
Duke Point Shipping Terminal	
Ministry of Education
Supplementing  Vote   58—Post-secondary   Education—
Universities	
Canada-B.C. Co-op Education Projects Agreement	
Supplementing Vote 58—Post Secondary Education—
Universities         	
Supplementing Vote 54—Minister's Office	
Ministry of Energy, Transport and Communications
Supplementing    Vote    76"—Transport    Research    and
Aug. 17, 1978.	
Nov. 24, 1978	
Mar. 15, 1979	
37,500
25,000
Nov. 24, 1978	
54,940
11,664,000
Nov. 24, 1978	
Mar. 1,1979	
Mar. 8, 1979	
Mar. 8,1979	
Supplementing Vote 73—Telecommunications Branch ...
Supplementing Vote 80—Air Services       .     	
Supplementing  Vote  78—British  Columbia  Ferries—
Subsidy..... 	
Operating subsidy to B.C. Railway—Fort Nelson Ex-
Mar. 15,1979.	
Jan. 25, 1979	
Ministry of tt* Environment
Supplementing Vote 86—Environmental and Engineer-
Jan. 25, 1979	
Supplementing   Vote   91—Computer   and   Consulting
Mar. 15 1979.
Supplementing Vote 83—Minister's Office   	
Supplementing Vote 89—Provincial Agricultural Land
Commission	
Replacement   of   stolen   receipts—Fish   and   Wildlife
Mar. 20,1979	
Mar. 20, 1979	
Mar. 20,1979	
Mar. 20,1979.	
Supplementing Vote 84—General Administration	
Supplementing Vote 84—General Administration	
Supplementing  Vote   85—Land  and  Water  Management -
	
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79                               17
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SPRING SESSIONS
OF 1978 AND 1979—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure to
Jan. 31,
1979
Oct. 5, 1978	
Dec, 7, 1978	
Jan. 18, 1979	
Jan. 25, 1979	
Jan. 23, 1979	
Mar. 1,1979
Mar. 1,1979
Mar. 8, 1979.	
Mar. 8,1979	
Mar. 15,1979.	
Aug. 17, 1978	
Aug. 17, 1978	
Aug. 17, 1978	
Sept. 21, 1978	
Dec. 5, 1978	
Dec. 28, 1978	
Jan. 25, 1979	
Mar. 20, 1979
Mar. 20, 1979	
July 27, 1978	
Jan. 25, 1979	
Mar. 20, 1979
Dec. 14, 1978	
Dec. 20, 1978._
Jan. 4, 1979	
Jan. 4, 1979	
Feb. 22, 1979	
Feb. 22, 1979__
Feb. 22, 1979	
Mar. 22, 1979.	
Jan. 25, 1979	
Feb. 9, 1979
Feb. 22, 1979—
12
22
33
37
38
54
55
57
58
66
3
4
5
8
21
25
39
73
74
1
40
75
23
24
29
30
51
52
49
80
41
46
50
Ministry of Finance
300,000
250,000
430,000
60,000
90,000
90,000
3,000,000
1,400,000
40,000
260,000
200,000
550,000
796,305
2,400,000
12,500
1,050,000
10,000
600,000
5,000
568,000
1,700,000
20,000,000
6,500
25,000,000
25,000,000
2,440,000
25,000,000
2,500,000
10,000,000
36,000,000
2,100,000
195,598
20,500
100,000
250,000
Supplementing    Vote    98—Assessment    Act    Appeal
250,000
Supplementing Vote 103—Incidentals  	
Supplementing Vote 97—Taxation Administration	
Supplementing Vote 95—Computer and Consulting Ser-
126,610
Supplementing Vote 101—Grants, Contributions, and
90,000
Expenses in connection with the offering of shares in
the British Columbia Resources Investment Corpora-
Supplementing Vote 103—Incidentals _	
Supplementing Vote 98—Assessment Act Appeal Boards
Ministry of Forests
Supplementing Vote 112—Resource Management Pro-
Supplementing Vote 121—Forest Development Roads
796,305
Supplementing Vote 121—Forest Development Roads
Maintenance Program	
Supplementing Vote 117—Forest Protection Program
Supplementing   Vote   122—Reservoir   Waterway   Improvements Program ...                    	
Supplementing Vote 108—Minister's Office	
Supplementing  Vote  124—Computer  and  Consulting
1,349,499
12,500
5,736
Supplementing Vote 108—Minister's Office 	
Supplementing    Vote    109—Ministry    Administration
Ministry of Health
Supplementing Vote 132—Hospital Programs	
784,872
Supplementing Vote 125—Minister's Office	
Ministry of Highways and Public Works
Supplementing   Vote    144—Highway    Construction—
25,000,000
Supplementing   Vote    144—Highway    Construction—
18,218,342
Supplementing   Vote   149—Employees'   Salaries   and
Benefits
314,720
Supplementing   Vote    144—Highway    Construction—
Supplementing   Vote    144—Highway   Construction—
Ministry of Human Resources
Supplementing Vote 157—GAIN Programs	
Supplementing Vote 156—Health Services	
Ministry of Labour
Supplementing  Vote   170—Computer  and  Consulting
Charges	
Supplementing Vote 161—Minister's Office..	
Supplementing  Vote   162—Ministerial  Administration
and Support Services
 18
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN THE SPRING SESSIONS
OF 1978 AND  1979—Continued
Date of
Approval
No. of
Warrant
Service
Amount of
Warrant
Expenditure to
Jan. 31,
1979
Sept. 28, 1978	
Dec. 5, 1978	
Sept. 21, 1978	
Jan. 4, 1979	
Jan. 25, 1979_
10
20
9
27
42
47
48
59
13
15
28
45
78
79
6
14
77
32
43
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources
Out-of-Court Settlement
Supplementing Vote 174—Petroleum Resources Branch
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
Supplementing Vote 186—Grants, Contributions, and
Subsidies       	
Supplementing Vote 191—Mobile Home Registry
Supplementing  Vote   193—Computer  and  Consulting
25,000
21,225
3,000,000
253,236
267,610
919,459
480,116
6,392,624
36,600
141,698
100,000
100,000
25,000
95,000
1,040,000
18,000
104,000
100,000
103,000
25,000
21,225
3,000,000
100,079
Feb. 9, 1979	
Supplementing Vote 185—Office of the Deputy Minister
Feb. 16, 1979	
Mac. 8,1979	
Supplementing Vote 185—Office of the Deputy Minister
of Municipal Affairs           	
Supplementing  Vote   186—Grants,   contributions   and
	
Oct. 5, 1978	
Nov. 9, 1978	
Jan. 4, 1979	
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary and
Travel Industry
Investigation into  Pension  Benefits  Standards  Legislation                      	
Endowment—British  Columbia Forest  Hall  of Fame
(provided by the Estate of Dan Matijevich which
was received into the Consolidated Revenue Fund)
Supplementing Vote 202—Agent-General's Office and
4,251
141,698
Feb. 1, 1979
Supplementing Vote 218—Travel Division..     .  -
Supplementing Vote 201—Government House
Supplementing Vote 202—Agent-General's Office and
B.C. House	
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation
Supplementing Vote 248—Provincial Capital Commis-
Mar. 20, 1979
Mar. 20, 1979.	
Sept. 7, 1978	
1,040,000
Oct. 5, 1978	
Mar 20, 1979.
Supplementing Vote 247—Library Services Branch   .
Supplementing Vote 240—Land Acquisition—National
18,000
Jan. 11, 1979	
Ministry of Deregulation
Professional and Special Services and Other Expendi-
Jan. 25, 1979	
Ministry of Tourism and Small Business
Development
Professional and Special Services and Other Expendi-
1,162
 COMPTROLLER-GENERAL'S REPORT, 1978/79 19
(C)
UNPROVIDED ITEMS IN EXPENDITURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDED MARCH 31, 1978
Statement of expenditures on services which have exceeded their appropriation from
April 1, 1977, to March 31, 1978, and for which overexpenditure the sanction of the Legislature
is required.
Vote No.
Service
Total Appropriations
Total
Expenditure
Over-
expended
95
Ministry of Agriculture
$
1,063,149
104,720
25,012,125
108,644
101,012
1,179,094
147,856
339,252
13,200,000
63,380
174,720
129,750
$
1,135,790
106,035
25,155,200
110,343
105,278
1,210,094
161,534
354,802
13,269,589
63,427
182,308
129,862
$
72,641
57
Ministry of the Attorney-General
1,315
59
212
Courts
Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs
143,075
1,699
129
Ministry of Forests
4,266
206
Ministry of Labour
Occupational  Environment   and   Compensation   Ad-
31,000
195
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
13,678
20
Ministry of the Provincial Secretary
and Travel Industry
15,550
35
42
Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation
69,589
47
45
7,588
238
Ministry of Recreation and Conservation
112
41,623,702
41,984,262
360,560
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1979
 

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