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ALBERTA LEGISLATURE LIBRARY 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


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PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 


FOR THE 


YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1962 


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1962 


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Sessional No. 1 



To His Honour, 

J. Percy Page, 

Lieutenant Governor of Alberta 


May It Please Your Honour, 

The undersigned has the honour to transmit herewith the Public Accounts of 
the Province of Alberta for the year ended March 31, 1962. 


Treasury Department 

Edmonton, September 29, 1962 


Respectfully submitted, 

E. W. Hinman, 
Provincial Treasurer 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Statement No. Page 

STATEMENTS SHOWING THE POSITION OF THE PROVINCE, 
INCLUDING ALL ITS ACTIVITIES 

Report 1 1 

Balance Sheet: 

1 Consolidated balance sheet 22 

2 Schedules to consolidated balance sheet 25 

3 Accounts payable 36 

Revenue and Expenditure: 

4 Summarized comparative statement of revenue and expenditure, income account, 

classified by departments 37 

5 Statement showing sources and disposition of funds, capital and income account 38 

6 Summarized statement of revenue and expenditure, classified by character 40 

7 Comparative statement of gross revenue and expenditure, classified by sources and nature 41 

8 Expenditure classified by character and departments 57 

9 Cash receipts and payments 59 

10 Special warrants 60 

11 Travelling expenses of public servants, analyzed by departments 64 

Bonded Debt: 

12 Summary of transactions, funded debt 65 

13 Funded debt, showing dates of maturity 66 

14 Statement of funded debt included in 1945 debt reorganization program 68 

15 Special investment fund 70 

16 Details of indirect liabilities 71 

Cumulative Result of Operations to March 31, 1962: 

17 Surplus or deficit on general revenue income account, 1905 to 1961-62 72 

18 Net funded debt, 1905 to 1961-62 73 

19 Gross funded debt and indirect liabilities, 1905 to 1961-62 74 

20 Gross funded debt, showing amounts issued, redeemed and outstanding, 1905 to 1961-62 ... 75 

21 Comparative statement of net funded and unfunded debt and indirect liabilities 76 

22 Comparative statement of revenue on income account 77 

23 Comparative statement of expenditure on income account 79 


SPECIAL STATEMENTS COVERING THE OPERATIONS OF THE VARIOUS 


DEPARTMENTS AND ORGANIZATION UNITS FOR THE 
YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Agriculture: 

24 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 80 

25 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 83 

26 Expenditure, capital account, classified by appropriations and character 85 

27 Cash collected on income and capital accounts 86 

Horned Cattle Purchases Act Trust Account : 

28 Balance sheet 88 

29 Statement of revenue and expenditure 89 

Wheat Board Monies Trust Account: 

30 Balance sheet 90 

31 Statement of revenue and expenditure 90 

Bow River Development: 

32 Balance sheet 91 

33 Statement of revenue and expenditure 93 

34 Maintenance and operation expense 93 

35 Statement of administration and general expense 93 

Bow River Development Colonization Manager: 

36 Net advances by Province of Alberta 94 

37 Advances under appropriation of the Legislature 94 

38 Balance sheet 95 


CONTENTS — Continued 

Statement No. Page 

Lethbridge Northern Colonization Manager: 

39 Statement of net advances by Province of Alberta 96 

40 Balance sheet 97 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development : 

41 Balance sheet : 98 

42 Statement of capital surplus 101 

43 Statement of revenue surplus 101 

44 Statement of revenue and expenditure 102 

45 Maintenance and operation expense 103 

46 Administration and general expense 103 

47 Analysis of revenue and expenditure 104 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development Colonization Manager: 

48 Net advances by Province of Alberta 105 

49 Advances under appropriation of the Legislature 105 

50 Balance sheet 106 

United Irrigation District Colonization Manager: 

51 Net advances by Province of Alberta 107 

Attorney General: 

52 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 108 

53 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character Ill 

54 Cash collected on income account 113 

55 Expenditure of supreme and district courts and sheriff’s offices 115 

Public Trustee: 

56 Balance sheet 116 

57 Consolidated investment fund, statement of earnings 117 

Education: 

58 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 118 

59 Expenditure, income and capital accounts, classified by appropriations and character 121 

60 Cash collected on income account 123 

School Book Branch: 

61 Balance sheet 124 

62 Statement of operations 125 

63 School treasurer’s bond premium advances, statement of operations 125 

University of Alberta: 

64 Balance sheet 126 

65 Statement of revenue and expenditure 129 

66 Statement of operating reserve 130 

67 Faculties and schools, net expenditure 131 

68 Operating departments net revenue 133 

69 Public service departments net expenditure 134 

70 Other expenditures, net 135 

Executive Council: 

71 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 136 

72 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and characters 137 

73 Cash collected on income account 138 

74 Expenditure under The Election Act 139 

75 Public Service Pension Act 141 

76 Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 141 

Workmen’s Compensation Board: 

77 Balance sheet 142 

78 Statement of operating reserve 145 

79 Summarized statement of transactions 146 

80 Provisional financial statement by classes 147 

81 Statement of transactions in respect of prior years, by classes 149 

82 Statement of administrative and general expenses 151 

83 Head office building ‘ 152 

84 Statement of estimated liability in respect of claims pending and unfinalled claims 152 

85 Statement of reserve for silicosis 152 

86 Statement of pension liability — funded 153 

87 Statement of reserve for rehabilitation 153 

88 Statement of reserve for disasters 154 

89 Statement of reserve for enhanced disabilities 154 

90 Statement of reserve — Section 33 (1) , (k) 154 

91 Rehabilitation clinic 155 


CONTENTS — Continued 

Statement No. Page 

Highways Department: 

92 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 156 

93 Expenditure, income and capital accounts, classified by appropriations and character 159 

94 Cash collected on income and capital accounts 162 

Stock Advance : 

95 Balance sheet 163 

96 Statement of operations 164 

97 Expenditure on maintenance and construction of bridges, protection work and dams 165 

98 Grants for district highways and local roads 167 

99 Expenditure on maintenance and construction of main and secondary highways 168 

100 Expenditure on operation, maintenance and replacement of ferries 173 

Industry and Development: 

101 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 174 

102 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 175 

103 Cash collected on income account 176 

Provincial Marketing Board: 

104 Report of the Provincial Auditor 177 

105 Statement of receipts and payments 177 

Marketing Services Limited : 

106 Balance sheet 178 

107 Statement of profit and loss 180 

Labour: 

108 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 181 

109 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 182 

110 Cash collected on income account 183 

Lands and Forests: 

111 Expenditure by appropriatons, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 184 

112 Expenditure, income and capital accounts, classified by appropriations and character 187 

113 Cash collected on income and capital accounts 189 

Eastern Rockies Forest Conservation Board : 

1 14 Balance sheet 190 

115 Statement of maintenance expenditure 191 

1 16 Statement of equity 192 

Legislation: 

117 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 193 

118 Expenditure, income and capital accounts, classified by appropriations and character 194 

119 Cash collected on income account 195 

Mines and Minerals: 

120 Expenditure by appropriation, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 196 

121 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 197 

122 Cash collected on income account 198 

Oil and Gas Conservation Board : 

123 Balance sheet 199 

124 Statement of revenue and expenditure 201 

Municipal Affairs: 

125 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 202 

126 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 205 

127 Cash collected on income account 207 

Improvement Districts’ Trust Account f 'A”: 

128 Balance sheet 208 

129 Statement of receipts and payments 209 

130 Detailed statement of receipts and payments 211 

Special Areas Board: 

131 Balance sheet 213 

132 Statement of revenue and expenditure 215 

Provincial Secretary: 

133 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 216 

134 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 217 

135 Cash collected on income account 218 


CONTENTS — Continued 

Statement No. Page 

Jubilee Auditoriums: 

136 Comparative statement of revenue and expenditure 219 

Public Debt: 

137 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 220 

138 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 221 

Public EIealth: 

139 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 222 

140 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 225 

141 Cash collected on income account 227 

142 Provincial Mental Hospital, Ponoka 229 

142 Provincial Mental Institute, Oliver 229 

142 Provincial Auxiliary Hospital, Claresholm 229 

142 Provincial Auxiliary Hospital, Raymond 229 

142 Rosehaven, Camrose 229 

143 Provincial Training School, Red Deer 230 

143 Deerhome, Red Deer 230 

144 Aberhart Memorial Sanatorium, Edmonton 231 

144 Baker Memorial Sanatorium, Calgary 231 

145 Linden House, Red Deer 232 

University of Alberta Hospital Board: 

146 Balance sheet 234 

147 Statement of revenue surplus 237 

148 Statement of capital surplus 237 

149 Statement of revenue and expenditure 238 

150 Statement of special services revenue 239 

151 Statement of salaries and wages 239 

152 Statement of supplies and direct expenses 240 

153 Statement of administration and plant operation expense 241 

Public Welfare: 

154 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 242 

155 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 245 

156 Cash collected on income account 247 

Public Works: 

157 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 249 

158 Expenditure, income and capital accounts, classified by appropriations and character 250 

159 Cash collected on income and capital accounts 252 

160 Expenditure on maintenance, additions, furnishings and construction of public 

buildings, institutions and power plants 253 

Stock Advance: 

161 Balance sheet 256 

162 Statement of operations 257 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission: 

163 Balance sheet 258 

164 Surplus account 260 

165 Condensed statement of income 260 

166 Depreciation and renewal reserve 261 

Pension and death benefit fund: 

167 Balance sheet 262 

168 Statement of operations 263 

169 Statement of long term debt 264 

170 Sinking fund, balance sheet 265 

Treasury: 

171 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 266 

172 Expenditure, income and capital accounts, classified by appropriations and character 269 

173 Cash collected on income and capital accounts 271 

Alberta Liquor Control Board: 

174 Balance sheet 273 

175 Statement of profit and loss 274 

176 Cost of goods sold 275 

177 Stores’ profit and loss statement 276 

178 Stores’ expenses 278 

179 Administration and general, warehouse and license expense 281 


CONTENTS — Continued 

Statement No. Page 

Treasury Branches : 

180 Balance sheet 282 

181 Statement of revenue and expenditure 284 

Retirement Annuities Fund : 

182 Balance sheet 285 

183 Statement of operations 286 

Queen’s Printer’s Advance-. 

184 Balance sheet 287 

185 Statement of operations 289 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation: 

186 Balance sheet 290 

187 Statement of revenue and expenditure 292 

188 Schedule of loans 293 

189 Schedule of debenture debt 293 

190 Alberta Industrial Corporation balance sheet 294 

191 Expenditure from Appropriation No. 2703 "Unforeseen and Unprovided for” 295 

192 Payments out of contingency fund 296 

193 Funds raised under Chapter 343, Sec. 63, R.S.A. 1955 "The Treasury Department Act” 296 

194 Funds raised under "The Deferred Charges Act” 296 

195 Remissions 297 

Vocational Training: 

196 Expenditure by appropriations, showing amounts unexpended or over-expended 298 

197 Expenditure, income account, classified by appropriations and character 299 

198 Cash collected on income account 300 

CASH PAYMENTS ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

199 Summary of cash payments, income and capital 303 

200 Payments to members of the Legislative Assembly and members of the Executive Council 304 

201 Payments under the Public Service Pension Act 305 

202 Payments under the Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 314 

203 Payments to municipalities, individuals, firms and corporations 315 



The Honourable E. W. Hinman, 
Provincial Treasurer of Alberta 


Sir: 

I have the honour to submit the Public Accounts for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

The accounts are arranged to show: 

(a) The financial position of the Province, including all its activities, as at March 31, 1962. 

(b) Revenue and expenditure for the fiscal year 1961-62. 

(c) Bonded debt as at March 31, 1962. 

(d) Cumulative result of operations to March 31, 1962. 

(e) Operation of the various departments for the fiscal year 1961-1962. 

(f) The financial position of utilities or services under boards, commissions or other statutory authority. 

(g) Details of payments from the General Revenue Fund. 

The following report on the accounts for the year is submitted herewith: 


Result of Operations 

Financial results for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1962, in comparison with the previous year are summarized 
below: 


General Revenue Fund : 


Income Account: 

Revenue 

Expenditure 

Income surplus 


Particulars 


Year ended March 31, 
1962 1961 


$339,495,071.75 $307,854,591.68 

281,165,374.79 253,966,311.1 6 


Increase or 
^decrease 


$ 31,640,480.07 
27,199,063.63 


$ 58,329,696.96 $ 53,888,280.52 $ 4,441,416.44 


$ 53,888,280.52 $ 4,441,416.44 


The disposition of the income surplus is shown in the following summary of source and disposition of funds: 
Source of funds: 

Income surplus $ 58,329,696.96 

Capital receipts: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works ... 5,358,841.64 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 2,243,486.86 

Loans and advances 9,945,611.37 

Miscellaneous 757,992.83 

Borrowings: 

Accounts payable, net increase 


3,945,975.41 

2,169,197.56 

12,328,221.26 

444,530.56 


305,494.64 
$ 76,941,124.30 


$ 72,562,390.61 
5,016,010.23 
597,633.23 


Disposition of funds: 

Capital expenditures: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works 

Loans and advances 

Miscellaneous 

Redemption of debt: 

Accounts payable, net decrease 


$ 78,176,034.07 

Net outlay of funds $ 1,234,909.77 


$ 72,776,205.31 

$ 80,815,004.19 
3,971,558.27 
837,556.32 

66 2,057.23 

$ 86,286,176.01 

$ 13,509,970.70 


Accounted for by: 

Increase of cash in banks and treasury branches 

Sale of investments, net, Special Investment Fund 


$ 5,524,552.34$ $ 338,451.80 

6,759,462.11$ 13,848,422.50 


1,412,866.23 

74,289.30 

2,382,609.89* 

313,462.27 


305,494.64 
$ 4,164,918.99 


$ 8,252,613.58* 
1,044,451.96 
239,923.09* 

66 2,057.23* 

$ 8,110,141.94* 

$ 12,275,060.93$ 

$ 5,186,100.54 
7,088,960.39* 


$ 1,234,909.77 $ 13,509,970.70 $ 12,275,060.93$ 

$Excludes transfer of investments of a book value of $15,919,595.62 to the Special Investment Fund from the School 
Lands Trust Fund. 

$Excludes transfer of cash of $529,954.88 from the School Lands Trust Fund. 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Result of Operations — Continued 

In arriving at the operating results of the General Revenue Fund, revenues are reported on a cash basis, being the 
actual receipts in cash within the fiscal period, whereas expenditures include liabilities incurred but not paid at the end 
of the fiscal year. In other words, revenues exclude accounts receivable but expenditures include accounts payable. 

The operating results shown above are subject to the undernoted qualifications: 

(a) As at March 31, 1962, unmatured debentures aggregating $5,300.00 had not been surrendered for exchange 
under the provisions of the 1945 debt reorganization program. Interest thereon has been charged to 
expenditure at the rates provided by the program. No interest has been provided subsequent to June 1, 
1945, in respect of matured debentures. As at March 31, 1962, matured debentures aggregating $9,760.00 
had not been surrendered for redemption under the 1945 debt reorganization program. 

(b) Under provisions of The Public Service Pension Act and the Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement 
Act all contributions are credited as revenue to the General Revenue Fund of the Province and payments 
required under the Acts are made through appropriations therefrom. The payment of all benefits under 
the Acts is guaranteed by the Government of the Province of Alberta. The pension plans are therefore 
on a current cost basis and no liability is shown on the attached balance sheet in respect of present or 
future benefits payable under the Acts. An actuarial survey is required to determine the Province’s liability 
under the Acts. 

(c) Remittances to the General Revenue Fund by the Treasury Branches exceeded earnings by $319,039.18. 


Alberta Government Telephones Commission : 

Operating results of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission are summarized below. The financial position 
of the utility is dealt with in the certificates to the balance sheet (Statement No. 163). 


Particulars 

Operating surplus before provision for replacement reserve 
Deduct: Provision for replacement reserve 


Y ear ended March 3 1 , Increase or 

1962 1961 ^decrease 


9,568,658.55 $ 7,818,478.42 $ 1,750,180.13 
6,176,213.92 5,410,332.17 765,881.75 


$ 3,392,444.63 $ 2,408,146.25 $ 984,298.38 


Revenue and Expenditure, Income Account 


Actual results as compared with estimates at the beginning of the period (excluding Alberta Government Telephones 
Commission) were as follows: 

Over or *under 

Particulars Actual Estimates estimates 


Revenue $339,495,071.75 $327,303,295.00 $ 12,191,776.75 

Expenditure 281,165,374.79 274,355,143.32 6,810,231.47 


$ 58,329,696.96 


$ 52,948,151.68 $ 5,381,545.28 


Revenue and expenditure on income account are classified and summarized hereunder: 


Revenue 


Particulars 


Actual 


Estimates 


Subsidies 

Canada-Alberta tax agreement 

Taxes 

Licenses 

Fees 

Fines and penalties 

Profits from trading activities 

Miscellaneous 

Refunds of expenditure 

From revenue-producing assets 
Pension acts 


$ 2,815,930.20 
58,385,566.00 
39,347,761.32 
15,023,098.68 
132,826,353.70 
1,633,555.59 
21,360,211.86 
385,362.27 
46,593,763.18 
18,052,243.72 
3,071,225.23 


$ 2,395,000.00 

57.563.000. 00 

40.167.000. 00 

15.081.395.00 
121,778,160.00 

1.460.000. 00 

21.150.000. 00 
218,180.00 

48.012.835.00 

16.777.725.00 

2.700.000. 00 


Over or *under 
estimates 
$ 420,930.20 

822,566.00 
819,238.68* 
58,296.32* 
11,048,193.70 
173,555.59 
210,211.86 
167,182.27 
1,419,071.82* 
1,274,518.72 
371,225.23 


$339,495,071.75 $327,303,295.00 $ 12,191,776.75 


REPORT 


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Revenue and Expenditure, Income Account — Continued 
Expenditure 


Particulars 


Actual Estimates 


Debt charges 

Education 

Legislation 

General government 

Miscellaneous 

Administration of justice 

Agriculture 

Public domain, research and development 

Public welfare, institutions and charitable grants 

Highways, bridges and ferries 

Commissions and fines paid to municipalities and refunds 


0 2,700,920.26 
80,612,252.80 
505,279.56 
18,321,045.74 
206,896.49 
7,843,679.45 
5,063,028.58 
15,028,835.87 
123,765,737.49 
26,744,689.10 
373,009.45 


0 2,659,590.00 

72.709.480.00 

509.570.00 

19.062.030.00 

292.790.00 
7,921,000.00 
4,881,555.00 

13.535.520.00 
126,362,328.32 

26.077.280.00 
344,000.00 


0281,165,374.79 0274,355,143.32 


Over or *under 
estimates 
0 41,330.26 

7,902,772.80 
4,290.44* 
740,984.26* 
85,893.51* 
77,320.55* 
181,473.58 
1,493,315.87 
2,596,590.83* 
667,409.10 
29,009.45 


0 6,810,231.47 


The following table shows classified revenue and 


expenditure on a per capita and a percentage basis: 


Revenue 


Particulars 

Subsidies 

Canada-Alberta tax agreement 

Taxes 

Licenses 

Fees 

Fines and penalties 

Profits from trading activities 

Miscellaneous 

Refunds of expenditure 

From revenue-producing assets 

Pension acts 


Expenditure 


Particulars 

Debt charges 

Education 

Legislation 

General government 

Miscellaneous 

Administration of justice 

Agriculture 

Public domain, research and development 

Public welfare, institutions and charitable grants 

Highways, bridges and ferries 

Commissions and fines paid to municipalities and refunds 


Surplus 


Per Capita 
0 1.98 
59.10 
.37 
13.43 
.15 
5.75 
3.71 
11.02 
90.74 
19.61 
.27 


0206.13 

42.76 


0248.89 


Per Capita 
0 2.06 
42.81 
28.85 
11.01 
97.38 
1.20 
15.66 
.28 
34.16 
13.23 
2.25 


0248.89 


Per cent, of 
revenue 
.80% 
23.74 
.15 
5.40 
.06 
2.31 
1.49 
4.43 
36.45 
7.88 
.11 


82.82% 

17.18 


100 . 00 % 


Per cent, of 
revenue 
.83% 
17.20 
11.59 
4.43 
39.13 
.48 
6.29 
.11 
13.72 
5.32 
.90 


100 . 00 % 


Per cent, of 
expenditure 
.96% 
28.67 
.18 
6.52 
.07 

2.79 

1.80 
5.35 

44.02 

9.51 

.13 


100 . 00 % 


Population, estimated by Bureau of Statistics, Canada 1,364,000. 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Revenue and Expenditure, Income Account — Continued 
Revenue 

Actual revenue amounted to 

Revenue for the year was estimated at 


Increase to be accounted for 


Increase accounted for as follows: 

Subsidies 

Canada-Alberta tax agreement 

Share of income tax, public utility corporations 

Land Titles Act, general 

Bituminous sands, fees and rentals 

Oil sands, fees and rentals 

Petroleum and natural gas, royalties 

Petroleum and natural gas, sale of Crown reserve leases 

School lands, royalties 

Treasury branches, earnings 

Fines and penalties 

Profits from trading activities 

Government of Canada: 

Municipal winter works incentive program 

Unthreshed grain assistance policy 

Canteen Fund Board 

Municipal winter works incentive program 

Previous years’ refunds 

Interest on advances under Rural Electrification Revolving 

Fund Act 

Interest, general trust investments 

Interest, school lands fund 

Interest, Special Investment Fund 

Power plants .f...... : 

Pension Acts 

Miscellaneous increases, net 


Actual 

$ 2,815,930.20 

58.385.566.00 

1.754.525.00 
1,751,983.90 

758,782.11 

177.296.59 
36,674,664.96 
43,203.912.69 

2,543,464.11 

3.549.539.00 
1,633,555.59 

21,360,211.86 

2,531,609.44 

461,211.13 

162,410.00 

548.173.59 
606,825.71 

782,640.46 

200,613.05 

1,076,188.63 

7,688,806.08 

395,679.62 

3,071,225.23 


Estimates 
$ 2,395,000.00 
57,563,000.00 
1 , 200 , 000.00 
1,500,000.00 
400,000.00 


27.000. 000.00 

43.000. 000.00 

1.700.000. 00 

3.400.000. 00 

1.460.000. 00 

21.150.000. 00 

1.700.000. 00 


100,000.00 

680,000.00 


634.500.00 

7.500.000. 00 

259.600.00 

2.700.000. 00 


Less: Decreases: 

Gasoline and fuel oil tax 

Insurance Corporation Tax Act 

Automobiles, trucks, etc. licenses 

Petroleum and natural gas, fees and rentals 

Schools, tuition fees 

School lands, sale of Crown reserve leases and reservations 

Surface rights on east slope forest reserve 

Timber rentals, fees, dues etc 

Government of Canada: 

Hospital construction grants I 

Hospital insurance .71 

Medical rehabilitation services and crippled children ... 

Mental health 

Old age pensions 

Unemployment assistance agreement 

Hospital insurance, municipalities and third party 

liabilities .......... 


Actual 

$32,951,433.08 

2,137,999.01 

13,712,141.65 

30,770,982.81 

349,134.09 

1,086,729.17 

413,956.58 

2,391,947.62 

907,237.47 

19,151,658.14 

77,302.34 

320,853.67 

2,018,978.47 

4,329,480.78 

6,784,460.11 


Estimates 

$34,320,000.00 

2.300.000. 00 

13.820.000. 00 

31.000. 000.00 

459.300.00 

1.250.000. 00 

550.000. 00 

3.000. 000.00 

1.250.000. 00 

20.500.000. 00 

191.400.00 

634.000. 00 

2.180.000. 00 
5,495,500.00 

7,242,000.00 


Revenue in excess of estimates 


$339,495,071.75 

327,303,295.00 


$ 12,191,776.75 


Increases 
$ 420,930.20 

822.566.00 

554.525.00 
251,983.90 

358.782.11 

177.296.59 
9,674,664.96 

203,912.69 

843.464.11 

149.539.00 

173.555.59 

210,211.86 

831,609.44 

461,211.13 

162.410.00 

548.173.59 
506,825.71 

102,640.46 

200,613.05 

441,688.63 

188,806.08 

136,079.62 

371,225.23 

1,186,966.81 


$18,979,681.76 


Decreases 
$ 1,368,566.92 
162,000.99 
107,858.35 
229,017.19 
110,165.91 
163,270.83 
136,043.42 
608,052.38 

342.762.53 
1,348,341.86 

114,097.66 

313,146.33 

161.021.53 
1,166,019.22 

457,539.89 


$ 6,787,905.01 


$12,191,776.75 


REPORT 


15 


Revenue and Expenditure, Income Account — Continued 
Expenditure 


Actual expenditure amounted to $281,165,374.79 

Expenditure for the year was estimated at 274,355,143.32 

Increase to be accounted for $ 6,810,231.47 



Actual 

Estimates 

Increases 

Increase accounted for as follows: 




Grants to schools 

$64,157,292.31 

$56,000,000.00 

$ 8,157,292.31 

Emergency freight assistance on movement of fodder 

293,643.51 


293,643.51 

Forest and prairie fire suppression 

2,452,000.08 

300,000.00 

2,152,000.08 

Municipal winter works incentive program 

4,558,676.59 

2,500,000.00 

2,058,676.59 

Hospital construction grants 

3,986,173.93 

2,500,000.00 

1,486,173.93 

Municipalities, grants for public assistance 

2,672,566.30 

1,080,000.00 

1,592,566.30 

Mothers’ allowances 

1,879,195.00 

1,000,000.00 

879,195.00 

Supplementary allowances 

4,373,635.00 

3,062,000.00 

1,311,635.00 

District highways and local roads 

12,269,369.53 

11,650,000.00 

619,369.53 

Bridges, maintenance and replacements 

4,089,866.00 

3,627,725.00 

462,141.00 




$19,012,693.25 


Actual 

Estimates 

Decreases 

Less: Decreases: 




Treasury branches 

$ 2,607,180.15 

$ 2,840,920.00 

$ 233,739.85 

Provincial parks 

648,881.10 

851,930.00 

203,048.90 

Health services extension program 

1,393,171.87 

1,690,000.00 

296,828.13 

Hospitals division 

48,261,646.39 

50,858,800.00 

2,597,153.61 

Public assistance and allowances, provincial 

4,472,938.59 

6,850,500.00 

2,377,561.41 

Old age assistance 

4,065,198.89 

4,360,000.00 

294,801.11 

Disabled persons’ pensions 

1,284,534.44 

1,520,000.00 

235,465.5 6 

Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes 


2,800,000.00 

2,800,000.00 

Main and secondary highways and access roads, 




maintenance 

5,254,434.59 

5,500,000.00 

245,565.41 

Approach roads 

537,754.26 

1,000,000.00 

462,245.74 

Highways portion of five year program 

1,730,947.45 

2,000,000.00 

269,052.55 

Grants to municipalities for structures and roads 

1,055,161.26 

1,250,000.00 

194,838.74 

Miscellaneous decreases, net 



1.992.160.77 


$12,202,461.78 

Expenditure in excess of estimates $ 6,810,231.47 


The foregoing statement shows major increases and decreases. Full particulars of actual and estimated revenue and 
expenditure on income account, classified under their several categories, are shown in Statement No. 7. 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Revenue and Expenditure, Capital Account 
Net capital expenditure for the year amounted to $59,870,101 .37 a s follows: 
Capital expenditure: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works: 


Highways and bridges 

Buildings $20,193,873.27 

University of Alberta 5,744,213.97 

University of Alberta Hospital 1,321,072.16 


Brazeau River Development 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development $ 484,302.27 

Bow River Development 318,099.50 

Irrigation, drainage and water control projects 493,848.73 


Forest access roads and trails 

Camp grounds and picnic areas 

Purchase of land 

Aerial photography and forest inventory 


$39,294,462.80 


27,259,159.40 

2,977,628.46 


1,296,250.50 

998,154.64 

523,986.20 

185,000.00 

27,748.61 


Loans and advances: 

Farm Purchase Credit Act $ 2,400,000.00 

Foothills Provincial General Hospital 1,500,000.00 

Students’ Assistance Act 536,000.00 

Rural telephones revolving fund 390,000.00 

New Towns Act 150,000.00 

Sundry I™.". 40,010.23 


Miscellaneous: 

Control of agricultural pests $ 206,285.20 

Working advances, net 139,131.26 

Land utilization 118,454.94 

Reserve supply of seed grain 110,500.92 

Refunds of previous years’ collections 20,860.88 

Agricultural relief 2,400.03 


$72,562,390.61 


5,016,010.23 


597,633.23 


$78,176,034.07 


REPORT 


17 


Revenue and Expenditure, Capital Account — Continued 


Capital receipts: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works: 


Government of Canada contributions: 

Highways and bridges # 2,241,992.7 6 

Buildings 806,373.91 

Forest access roads and trails 585,544.30 

Camp grounds and picnic areas 271,775.04 


University of Alberta Hospital 

Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada Re: Overpasses 


Irrigation and drainage districts: 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development # 166,097.38 

Bow River Development 34,217.07 

Sundry 5,625.66 


Highways and bridges 

Hospital construction grants 
Buildings 


# 3,905,686.01 
520,984.89 
273,654.70 


205,940.11 

202,068.70 

157,466.67 

93,040.56 


Loans and advances: 

Municipal loans revolving fund # 8,555,000.00 

Self -Liquidating Projects Act 1,068,870.79 

University of Alberta Students’ Union re buildings contributions 148,924.53 

Marketing Services Limited 100,000.00 

Relief loans to cities 51,434.61 

Sundry 21,381.44 


Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Miscellaneous: 

Land sales # 322,344.70 

Control of agricultural pests 159,467.00 

Sales of seed grain 145,260.66 

Clearing and breaking land, Wanham project 60,935.66 

Agricultural relief, collections from recipients, etc 38,992.52 

Sundry 30,992.29 


Net capital expenditure 


# 5,358,841.64 


9,945,611.37 
2,243,4 86.86 


757,992.83 


#18,305,932.70 


#59,870,101.37 


18 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Public Debt 

The funded debt, the unfunded debt and the guarantees as at March 31, 1962, amounted to $298,772,716.28 as 
compared with $251,414,452.03 as at March 31, 1961, an increase of $47,358,264.25 as follows: 

Increase or 


Particulars 

March 31, 1962 

March 31, 1961 

*decrease 

Funded debt 

$ 22,121,492.10 

$ 24,171,583.66 

$ 2,050,091.56* 

Unfunded debt 

4,970,352.82 

5,442,238.21 

471,885.39* 

Funded a"d unfunded debt 

$ 27,091,844.92 

$ 29,613,821.87 

$ 2,521,976.95* 

In add’t'on, the Province is liable for certain guarantees 
which amounted to 

271,680,871.36 

221,800,630.16 

49,880,241.20 

Funded and unfunded debt and guarantees 

$298,772,716.28 

$251,414,452.03 

$ 47,358,264.25 


Funded Debt : 

Debentures and treasury bills are detailed in Statement No. 13 and are summarized hereunder: 


Years of maturity 

1962- 63 

1963- 70 

1970-80 


Debentures 
$ 1,617,300.00 

9.639.500.00 

3.275.100.00 


Treasury Bills 
$ 420,018.28 

3,604,852.21 
3,564,721.61 


$14,531,900.00 $*7,589,592.10 


* Loans from Government of Canada (see note hereunder). 

Statement No. 20 shows the amount and cost of all long-term borrowing since the formation of the Province. 
Loans from Government of Canada: 

The funded debt of the Province as at March 31, 1962, includes loans from the Government of Canada amount- 


ing to $7,589,592.10. 

Transactions during the year were as follows: 

Loans as at April 1, 1961 $ 8,003,383.66 

Deduct: Redemption of Government of Canada treasury bills due July 1, 1961 413,791.56 

Loans as at March 31, 1962 $ 7,589,592.10 


Unfunded Debt: 

The unfunded debt as at March 31, 1962, in comparison with the previous year, is detailed below: 


Particulars 

March 31, 1962 

March 31, 1961 

Accounts payable 

$ 4,720,701.60 

$ 5,178,144.33 $ 

Savings certificates 

495.00 

495.00 

Miscellaneous liabilities 

249,156.22 

263,598.88 


Increase or 
*decrease 
457,442.73* 

14,442.66* 


Note: 


$ 4,970,352.82 $ 5,442,238.21 


$ 471,885.39* 


Treasury branch depositors’ accounts, excluding Province of Alberta revenue and trust deposits, amounting to 
$69,144,373.21 now shown with trust accounts, are offset by amounts held in trust account in the Imperial Bank of 
Canada, cash on hand at Treasury Branches or in transit, Government of Canada debentures and loans and advances. 

All expenditures for administration and maintenance of Treasury Branches have been charged to the General Revenue 
Fund of the Province, w^th the exception of $480,738.68 representing consumers’ bonuses for the period February, 1941, 
to April 25, 1945, inclusive, from which date payment of bonuses was discontinued. The liability may be financed from 
the contingent liabilities fund amounting to $492,000.00. 

Guarantees: 

^ addition to the public debt, the Province is liable for certain guarantees which amounted to $271,680,871.36 at 
March 31, 1962, as compared with $221,800,630.16 at March 31, 1961. Full details are shown in Statement No. 16. 


REPORT 


19 


Balance Sheet 


As previously stated, the funded and unfunded debt amounted to $27,091,844.92 as at March 31, 1962, in com- 
parison with $29,613,821.87 at March 31, 1961. 


Particulars 

Funded debt 

Unfunded debt 

March 31, 1962 
$ 22,121,492.10 
4,970,352.82 

March 31, 1961 
$ 24,171,583.66 
5,442,238.21 

$ 

Increase or 
*decrease 
2,050,091.56* 
471,885.39* 

Funded and unfunded debt 

$ 27,091,844.92 

$ 29,613,821.87 

$ 

2,521,976.95* 

The funded and unfunded debt is represented by: 

Loans, advances and accounts receivable, subject to 

realization and allowance of losses 

Advances to Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Working advances, net assets 

General assets, less provision to reduce to nominal value 

$148,793,200.11 

57,711,452.78 

8,628,771.21 

1.00 

$149,104,810.63 

59,954,939.64 

8,210,237.75 

1.00 

$ 

311,610.52* 

2,243,486.86* 

418,533.46 

Less: Reserves and capital surplus 

$215,133,425.10 

188,041,580.18 

$217,269,989.02 

187,656,167.15 

$. 

2,136,563.92* 

385,413.03 


$ 27,091,844.92 

$ 29,613,821.87 

$ 

2,521,976.95 


Loans, advances and accounts receivable are shown at book value and are subject to realization and allowances for 
losses. General assets consisting of roads, bridges, ferries, buildings and public works and upon which accumulated 
capital expenditure for construction and major replacements amounted to $732,508,306.14 as at March 31, 1962, are 
shown at a nominal value of $1.00. Deferred charges and capital losses are valueless and have been deducted from 
capital surplus. 


Income Assets and Liabilities-. 

Reference to the income section of the balance sheet shows current assets consisting of cash and 
investments; uncollected revenue on income account less provision for estimated losses; equip- 
ment, stores and materials purchased on income appropriations, less provision for depreciation; 

and prepaid expenses; amounting in all to $270,091,589.58 

Deduct therefrom current liabilities, consisting of accounts payable and accrued interest on 

funded and unfunded debt 11,903,428.99 


Leaves net current assets of $258,188,160.59 

Deducting therefrom the unearned revenue, reserves and suspense, a total of 12,304,868.33 


The consolidated surplus on income account, as per balance sheet, is represented by net income 

assets and aggregates $245,883,292.26 


Particulars of income assets and liabilities as at March 31, 1962, and March 31, 1961, are as follows: 


Assets 


Particulars 


March 31, 1962 March 31, 1961 


Cash and investments 

Accounts receivable, less allowance for doubtful accounts 

Arrears of assessed taxes, less allowance for doubtful accounts 

Interest receivable, less allowance for doubtful accounts 

Equipment, stores and materials, less depreciation 

Prepaid expenses 


$229,279,312.45 

12,383,762.42 

2,749,439.26 

6,366,293.95 

19,153,440.88 

159,340.62 


$215,324,088.07 

8,351,191.98 

2,464,757.27 

6,899,652.53 

17,401,137.77 

166,410.91 


$270,091,589.58 


Increase or 
^decrease 
$ 13,955,224.38 
4,032,570.44 
284,681.99 
533,358.5 8* 
1,752,303.11 
7,070.29* 


$250,607,238.53 


$ 19,484,351.05 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Balance Sheet — Conitnued 


Liabilities 


Particulars 

March 31, 1962 

March 31, 1961 


Increase or 
*decrease 

Accounts payable 

$ 11,773,446.91 

$ 10,148,707.58 

$ 

1,624,739.33 

Interest accrued but not due 

129,853.92 

138,106.21 


8,252.29* 

Due to trust 

128.16 

120.74 


7.42 


$ 11,903,428.99 

$ 10,286,934.53 

$ 

1,616,494.46 

Unearned revenue 

5,086,797.68 

5,290,572.89 


203,775.21* 

Reserves 

6,550,000.00 

5,800,000.00 


750,000.00 

Suspense 

668,070.65 

736,041.18 


67,970.53* 


$ 24,208,297.32 

$ 22,113,548.60 

$ 

2,094,748.72 

Consolidated income surplus since 1905 

245,883,292.26 

228,493,689.93 


17,389,602.33 





$270,091,589.58 

$250,607,238.53 

$ 19,484,351.05 


School Lands Fund: 


Under the terms of Chapter 57, Statutes of Alberta, 1962, the assets of the fund were transferred to the general 
revenue fund of the Province as at March 31, 1962. 

Subsidies: 

Under the terms of the Alberta Act, the Province receives certain annual subsidies from the Government of Canada. 
The capital value of these subsidies is not shown as a liability on the balance sheet of the Government of Canada and 
has therefore been excluded as an asset from the accounts of the Province, although there is a definite annual obligation 
on the part of the Government of Canada to pay certain fixed amounts. For the purpose of information only, the 
capital sums which at 5% would yield the revenue accrued in 1961-62 are shown hereunder: 


Government and legislation $ 4,400,000.00 

Per capita grants 28,811,104.00 

Allowance in lieu of debt 8,107,500.00 

Allowance in lieu of Crown lands 15,000,000.00 


$56,318,604.00 


Resources: 

Under the terms of the Natural Resources Agreement the Government of Canada transferred to the Province on 
October 1, 1930, 87,676,890 acres of land including 6,406,694 acres of unsold school lands held in trust, together with 
the benefit of all mines and minerals of the Province formerly vested in the Government of Canada. The value 
of unsold lands and the value or benefit arising from the natural resources of the Province are not reflected on the 
balance sheet. 


REPORT 


21 


Balance Sheet — Continued 


The Tax Collection Suspension Act, 1957: 

Under the terms of Chapter 93, Statutes of Alberta, 1957, the Provincial Treasurer was authorized and empower- 
ed to execute on behalf of the Province an agreement with the Government of Canada providing for the suspension 
by the Province of levying and collection of income tax on individuals, succession duties and certain corporation taxes. 
Under the terms of the agreement the Province will receive: 

(a) The yield of standard taxes as undernoted: 

(i) 10% of the Federal Tax on personal income. (13% for the fiscal year commencing April 1, 1961.) 

(ii) 9% of the taxable corporate income. 

(iii) 50% of the Federal Succession Duties. 

(b) An unconditional equalization payment in an amount sufficient to make up the difference between the per 
capita yield of the above standard taxes and the weighted average of the yield of these taxes in the two 
provinces having the highest per capita yield (presently Ontario and British Columbia) . These equalization 
payments are unilateral in nature, requiring no agreement on the part of the Province, and have been 
authorized by the Federal-Provincial Tax Sharing Arrangements Act. 

The agreement also provides that payment to the Provinces shall not fall below certain quaranteed minima. 

The Province received an amount of $58,385,566.00 during the period under review. The amount is subject to 
adjustment upon final determination of population and the yields of the Standard Taxes. 

General 

During the year a continuous pre-audit was maintained of all expenditures from the General Revenue Fund. In 
addition, revenue of all departments and the books and accounts of all boards and commissions are subjected to post-audits 
by my representatives. Bank balances were verified against bank certificates. Securities aggregating $668,265,707.04 
were examined and found in order. Every assistance was extended by officials of the several departments, boards and 
commissions to facilitate the work of my representatives, and all information requested was promptly given. 


I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta, 
Edmonton, September 29, 1962 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Schedule 

No. 

C.l 


C.2 


C.3 


C.4 


1.1 

1.2 

1.3 

1.4 

1.5 

1.6 


T.l 

T.2 

T.3 

T.4 

T.5 


ASSETS 


Government of the 

CONSOLIDATED 

AS AT MARCH 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


LOANS, ADVANCES AND ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE, 

at book values subject to realization and allowance for losses $148,793,200.11 

ADVANCES TO ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES 

COMMISSION 57,711,452.78 

WORKING ADVANCES, net assets 8,628,771.21 

GENERAL ASSETS, less provision to reduce to nominal value 1.00 


$215,133,425.10 


INCOME ACCOUNT 


$229,279,312.45 

12,383,762.42 

2,749,439.26 

6,366,293.95 

19,153,440.88 

159,340.62 

270,091,589.58 


TRUST ACCOUNT 


CASH $ 11,898,922.76 

BONDS, DEBENTURES AND SAVINGS CERTIFICATES 68,533,885.98 

ARREARS OF ASSESSED TAXES 2 044 135 83 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 44 159,673 60 

MISCELLANEOUS ASSETS 6,821,107.16 

133,457,725.33 


CURRENT ASSETS: 

Cash and investments 

Accounts receivable, less allowance for doubtful accounts 

Arrears of assessed taxes, less allowance for doubtful accounts 

Interest receivable, less allowance for doubtful accounts 

Equipment, stores and materials, less depreciation 

Prepaid expenses 


$618,682,740.01 


CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET 


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STATEMENT No. 1 

Province of Alberta 

BALANCE SHEET 

31 , 1962 

LIABILITIES 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Schedule 

No. 

C.5 

C.6 

FUNDED DEBT 

UNFUNDED DEBT: 

Accounts payable 

Savings certificates 

$ 4,720,701.60 
495.00 

$ 22,121,492.10 

C.7 

Miscellaneous 

CAPITAL SURPLUS 

249,156.22 

4,970,352.82 

188,041,580.18 


INCOME ACCOUNT 


$215,133,425.10 


CURRENT LIABILITIES: 

1.7 Accounts payable $ 11,773,446.91 

1.8 Interest on funded debt, accrued but not due 129,853.92 

1.9 Interest on savings certificates, accrued but not due 128.16 


$ 11,903,428.99 

1.10 UNEARNED REVENUE 5,086,797.68 

1.11 RESERVES 6,550,000.00 

1.12 SUSPENSE 668,070.65 

1.13 INCOME SURPLUS 245,883,292.26 


TRUST ACCOUNT 

T.6 SUNDRY TRUSTS $131,570,655.62 

T.7 LIABILITIES, payable from assets as realized from estates and trusts 

under administration 1,887,069.71 


270,091,589.58 


133,457,725.33 


$618,682,740.01 


INDIRECT LIABILITIES, as per Statement No. 16 


$271,680,871.36 


Edmonton, Alberta, September 29, 1962 

The above Consolidated Balance Sheet is in agreement with the books of the Government of the Province of Alberta 
as at March 31, 1962. 

Subject to the qualifications contained in my report of even date I certify that, in my opinion, the above Con- 
solidated Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position of the Province as at March 31, 
1962. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 



































































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BALANCE SHEET SCHEDULES 


25 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 2 


SCHEDULES TO CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET 


Schedule "C.l” 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Loans, Advances and Accounts Receivable, at book values, 
subject to realization and allowance for losses: 

Government of Canada 

Advances from the Municipal Loans Revolving Fund: 

Cities * 

Towns 

Villages 

Hospital districts 

Municipal districts 


# 78,863,182.70 
11,367,323.24 
2,909,423.20 
3,101,439.89 
295,850.36 


Advances from the Rural Electrification Revolving Fund 
Advances under Self-Liquidating Projects Act: 


Cities $ 4,929,640.12 

Towns 4,667,905.63 

Villages 1,812,307.08 


Advances from the Farm Purchase Revolving Fund 

Provincial land sales, principal 

Clearing and breaking land 

Foothills Provincial General Hospital 

Alberta Industrial Corporation, guarantee implemented 

Advances from the Students Loan Fund 

Advances under the New Towns Act 

Advances for relief purposes, cities 

Advances from the Rural Telephones Revolving Fund 

Advances from the Homestead Lease Loan Fund 

Marketing Services Limited 

Agricultural advances 

University of Alberta Students’ Union re buildings contributions 

Hail Insurance Board of Alberta, guarantee implemented 

Prairie Woollen Mills Limited 

Feeders associations, guarantees implemented 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation 
Co-operative credit societies, guarantees implemented 

Canadian Co-operative Implements, Ltd 

Town of Athabasca 

Advances to drainage districts 

Co-operative Marketing Associations Guarantee Act 

Seed for veterans on Wanham land 

Rural electrification associations, guarantees implemented 
Miscellaneous 


# 1,586,758.24 


96,537,219.39 

19,419,243.10 


11,409,852.83 

6,922,261.91 

2,365,090.99 

1,613,123.02 

1.500.000. 00 
1,077,903.90 
1,471,224.86 

1.007.000. 00 
922,999.32 
796,041.25 
666,154.95 
400,000.00 
358,143.56 
282,952.84 
192,612.02 

83,230.59 

38,377.25 

30,000.00 

29,834.84 

17,610.35 

15,781.72 

15,489.80 

13,307.87 

10,069.05 

5,561.58 

5,354.88 


#148,793,200.11 


Schedule "C.2” 


# 57,711,452.78 


Advances to Alberta Government Telephones Commission 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Schedule "C.3” 

Working Advances, net assets: 


STATEMENT No. 2 


Particulars 


Total 


Queen’s 

Printer’s 

Advance 


Cash on hand and in bank 

Accounts receivable, less allowance 

for doubtful accounts 

Stock on hand 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Plant and equipment, less accumu- 
lated depreciation 


Deduct: Accounts payable 
Net assets 


$ 3,687.75 

1,354,241.22 

3,719,153.83 

51,708.96 

4,296,303.53| 


$9,425,095.29 

796,324.08 


$8,628,771.21 


$ 

288,018.49 

187,016.19 

67,638.96 

$542,673.64 

133,294.73 

$409,378.91 


Provincial Treasurer’s advance 
Add: Surplus 


$8,212,615.45 

416,155.76 


$376,020.34 

33,358.57 


$8,628,771.21 


$409,378.91 


Schedule "C.4” 


General Assets, at book values: 

Roads, bridges and ferries: 

Highways and roads 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada and 
other authorities 


Surveys and compensation for lands 

Bridges 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada and 
other authorities 


Ferries 

Public buildings, including sites and furnishings: 

Mental institutions, health clinics and hospitals: 

Provincial mental hospital, Ponoka 

Provincial mental institute, Oliver 

Deerhome, Red Deer 

Provincial training school, Red Deer 

Aberhart memorial sanatorium, Edmonton . 
Baker memorial sanatorium, Calgary 
Provincial auxiliary hospital, Claresholm 

Rosehaven, Camrose 

Public health laboratory, Edmonton 

Cancer clinic, Calgary 

Provincial auxiliary hospital, Raymond 

Rosecrest home for children, Edmonton 

Cancer diagnostic clinic, Edmonton 

Red cross blood donor clinic, Edmonton 

Red cross blood donor clinic, Calgary 

Other buildings 

Administration and general office buildings: 

Legislative building 

Terrace building 

Highways building 

Administration building, Edmonton 
Natural resources building 
Petroleum and natural gas building, Calgary 
Alberta block, Edmonton 

Administration building, Lethbridge 

Municipal Affairs building, Edmonton 


-Continued 


School Book 
Branch 
Advance 


$ 

78,182.07 

522,185.60 

3,876.11 


Highways 

Stock 

Advance 


$ 

694,249.73 

2,702,337.70 

44,338.76 


Public Works 
Stock 
Advance 


$ 

275,849.40 

307,614.34 

3,494.09 


Public 

Trustee’s 

Advance 


$ 3,687.75 
17,941.53 


6,374.89 


4,091,468.27 


130,821.41 


$610,618.67 

36,565.24 


$7,532,394.46 

562,486.87 


$717,779.24 

63,977.24 


$ 21,629.28 


$574,053.43 


$6,969,907.59 $653,802.00. $ 21,629.28 


$467,764.45 

106,288.98 


$6,770,594.21 

199,313.38 


$576,607.17 

77,194.83 


$ 21,629.28 


$574,053.43 


$6,969,907.59 $653,802.00 $ 21,629.28 


$433,057,019.69 


28,598,552.11 

$404,458,467.58 

7,620,307.79 

$ 71,670,032.05 


5,067,495.38 

66,602,536.67 

479,403.20 

$479,160,715.24 


$ 9,054,612.76 
8,445,442.28 
6,732,944.98 
4,704,048.37 
3,575,955.15 
2,567,366.88 
2,288,823.69 
2,014,548.25 
1,208,172.53 
420,458.32 
297,446.00 
289,786.50 
280,942.16 
252,344.40 
188,781.63 
707,592.42 

$ 43,029,266.32 


$ 5,557,296.79 
4,732,615.09 
3,224,638.76 
3,219,009.34 
1,814,740.38 
1,586,551.44 
744,421.85 
700,357.22 
690,230.93 


Carried forward 


$ 22,269,861.80 


$479,160,715.24 


BALANCE SHEET SCHEDULES 


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Schedule "C.4 ” — Continued 


STATEMENT No. 2— Continued 


General Assets — brought forward 

Public buildings, including sites and furnishings — Continued : 
Administration and general office buildings — brought 


forward # 22,269,861.80 

Public works office building, Edmonton 687,048.09 

Provincial building, Edson 654,797.29 

Treasury branch, head office building, Edmonton 407,191.07 

Alberta office building, Calgary 406,466.57 

Provincial building, Grande Prairie 374,384.15 

Provincial building, Camrose 350,878.90 

Provincial building, Peace River 335,441.10 

Provincial building, Hanna 281,075.00 

Provincial building, Barrhead 273,897.69 

Provincial building, Lac La Biche 263,805.13 

Queen’s Printer’s building, Edmonton 258,332.78 

Alberta Jasper building, Edmonton 235,426.29 

Alberta Government office building, Edmonton 229,339.77 

Provincial building, Red Deer 210,568.96 

Government offices (James storage), Calgary 203,272.39 

Provincial building, Mayerthorpe 193,747.51 

Other buildings 3,587,870.06 


Schools: 

Southern Alberta institute of technology # 9,224,726.17 

School for the deaf, Edmonton 3,096,086.89 

Schools of agriculture 2,631,635.52 

Northern Alberta institute of technology 2,151,585.62 

Education building, Edmonton 776,018.07 

Other schools 348,008.53 


Gaols and reformatories: 

Bowden institution # 3,387,219.17 

Gaol, Calgary 3,298,911.38 

Gaol, Fort Saskatchewan 2,820,810.19 

Belmont rehabilitation centre 1,692,964.81 

Gaol, Lethbridge 1,531,230.50 

Institution for girls, Belmont 1,116,813.77 

Other buildings 7,451.93 


Court houses and land titles buildings: 

New court house, Calgary # 3,366,299.00 

Court house, Edmonton 2,070,412.64 

Land titles, Edmonton 1,148,522.97 

Court house, Lethbridge 502,377.13 

Court house, Calgary 445,511.12 

Court house, Grande Prairie 390,726.55 

Court house, Peace River 374,076.95 

Court house, Drumheller 260,623.26 

Land titles, Calgary 250,262.36 

Court house, Red Deer 214,244.63 

Court house, Medicine Hat 203,744.95 

Other buildings 474,490.43 


Homes for the aged 

Provincial auditorium, Edmonton 

Provincial auditorium, Calgary 

Storage and repair shops 

Liquor stores 

Public works power house, University area, Edmonton 

Research council laboratory, Edmonton 

Single men’s hostel, Edmonton 

Police buildings 

Civil defence building, Edmonton 

Miscellaneous buildings 


# 31,223,404.55 


18,228,060.80 


13,855,401.75 


9.701.291.99 
10,231,993.31 

5,578,860.52 

5,507,603.97 

4,292,691.66 

3,828,985.44 

3,669,472.96 

1,149,825.21 

559,350.04 

363,774.07 

336,827.95 

1.770.932.99 


#479,160,715.24 


#153,327,743.53 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada and other authorities 8,077,018.81 

----- 145,250,724.72 


Carried forward 


#624,411,439.96 


28 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Schedule "C.4” — Continued : 


STATEMENT No. 2 — Continued 


General Assets — brought forward 

University of Alberta (Statement No. 64) : 

Redemption of debentures 

Buildings, grounds, equipment, etc 


.. $ 4,000,000.00 
44,344,826.23 


$ 48,344,826.23 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada and other authorities 911,119.27 


St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development, irrigation project 

University of Alberta Hospital •••• ■■■■■ 

Less: 

Reserve arising from contributions under Hospitalization 

Benefits Act $ 1,335,678.19 

Reserve arising from contributions of Government of 

Canada 686,770.82 


16,076,682.96 


2,022,449.01 


Brazeau River Development • 

Bow River Development, irrigation project 

Control and diversion of water and river bank protection 

Photographic survey of natural resources $ 1,675,182.46 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada 409,462.47 


Provincial parks and auto tourist camps 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada 


$ 

2,191,282.61 

928,554.47 

Electronic equipment, Data Processing Centre 




Drainage and irrigation 




Miscellaneous public works: 

Land 

Forest access roads and trails 

$ 1,819,241.22 

909,029.05 

$ 

974,929.20 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada 


910,212.17 

770,050.99 

1 A4Q 

Provincial farms ^ 



Special areas, buildings and lands 



Buildings and land at Gleichen leased to Salvation Army 
Oliver farm 



iUUjUl/./ J 

141,154.09 

45,476.85 

35,572.15 

6,577.91 

5,857.74 

1,008.00 

Ponoka farm 



Poultry farm 



Cooking Lake sea plane base 



Purchase of Slave Lake townsite 






Less: Contributions of Government of Canada and other authorities 

$ 

3,057,489.05 

96,535.35 

Miscellaneous: 

Libraries Mi 


$ 

109,134.32 
106,129.34 
70,479.41 
58 271.91 

Seed grain and other agricultural inventories 

Departmental equipment 

Museum 


Aircraft 

Birds of Alberta book, inventory 

Radium 



3 5 ’803 .46 
6,921.01 

7 Q/C7 on 




ZjVoz.y u 

Less: Contributions of Government of Canada and other authorities 

$ 

389,702.35 

1,596.81 


Less: Provision to reduce to nominal value 


Schedule "C.5” 

Funded debt: 

Debentures and treasury bills (Statement No. 13) 


$624,411,439.96 


47,433,706.96 

18,552,271.59 


14,054,233.95 

9,705,771.54 

6,314,892.71 

4,099,848.27 


1,265,719.99 


1,262,728.14 

1,056,883.35 

1,001,750.44 


2,960,953.70 


388,105.54 


$732,508,306.14 

732,508,305.14 


$ 1.00 


$ 22,121,492.10 


BALANCE SHEET SCHEDULES 


29 


STATEMENT No. 2 — Continued 


Schedule "C.6” 

Unfunded Debt: 

Accounts payable 

Savings certificates . , 

Miscellaneous: 

Unclaimed dividends $ 229,517.22 

Prosperity certificates outstanding .:... 19,639.00 


Schedule "C.7” 

Capital Surplus: 

Arising from excess of capital expenditure over receipts, provided from 
income account: 

General Revenue Fund 

Arising from redemeption of debt from income account: 


As at April 1, 1961 $ 40,875,588.58 

Redemption of debt: 

Debentures 1,636,300.00 

Treasury bills 413,791.56 


$ 42,925,680.14 

Deduct: Discount on debentures redeemed 30,104.68 


Arising from: 

Transfer of School Lands Trust assets to general revenue $ 16,449,550.50 

Sale of provincial lands 5,229,957.17 

Award of the Royal Commission on the Natural Resources of Alberta 5,000,000.00 

Assets created from Post-War Reconstruction Fund 4,325,824.23 

Income contributions to capital 3,283,206.35 

Profit on redemption of debentures 1,955,111.85 

Disposal of capital assets, net 306,169.27 

Civil servants’ voluntary contributions, capital account 106,595.96 

Provincial farm, Brooks 33,534.44 

Prosperity certificates, stamps proceeds 12,946.08 

Miscellaneous 160.00 


Deduct: 

Deferred charges, Schedule "C.7A” $ 11,502,481.34 

Capital losses, Schedule "C.7B” 40,625,543.50 


Provision to reduce General Assets to nominal value 


Schedule "C.7A” 

Deferred Charges: 

As at April 1, 1961 

Add: Non -recoverable expenditure in connection with control of 
agricultural pests 


Deduct: Discount on debentures redeemed 
Deducted from Capital Surplus 


$ 4,720,701.60 
495.00 


249,156.22 


$ 4,970,352.82 


$893,079,278.85 


42,895,575.46 


36,703,055.85 


$972,677,910.16 


52,128,024.84 


$920,549,885.32 

732,508,305.14 


$188,041,580.18 


$ 11,523,550.37 

9,035.65 

$ 11,532,586.02 
30,104.68 


$ 11,502,481.34 


30 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 2— Continued 


Schedule "C.7B” 

Capital Losses: 

As at April 1, 1961 

Add: Losses arising from: 

Seed grain and relief old # 10,686.12 

Co-operative credit societies loans 10,144.63 

Agricultural advances subsequent to 1930 910.36 

Public Trustee working advance 232.70 

Advances from the Students Loan Fund 210.22 


Deduct: 

Increase of working advances, net operating surplus # 279,634.90 

Reduction of accounts subject to cancellation in accordance with 

Chapter 32, 1939 10,686.12 

Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District, net collections 1,428.55 

Co-operative credit societies, collections 304.72 


Deducted from Capital Surplus 

Schedule "1.1” 

Cash and Investments: 

Cash in banks and treasury branches, in transit and on hand 
Investments: 

Special Investment Fund (Statement No. 15) 

General Revenue Fund 


Schedule "1.2” 

Accounts receivable: 
Agriculture Department: 
Government of Canada 
Miscellaneous accounts 


0 198,537 .96 

23,072.50 


Attorney General’s Department 

Education Department 

Executive Council: 

Government of Canada $ 1,468.50 

Miscellaneous accounts 699.00 


Highways Department 

Labour Department 

Lands and Forests Department 
Government of Canada 
Lands and grazing 
Miscellaneous accounts 


Mines and Minerals Department: 

Coal leases 0 117,161.11 

Petroleum and natural gas leases 15,009.85 


Municipal Affairs Department 

Public Health Department: 

Government of Canada 

Mental institutions, maintenance charges 

Sanatoria, maintenance charges 

Miscellaneous accounts 


Public Welfare Department: 

Public assistance: 

Government of Canada # 1,327,350.15 

Provinces and municipalities 96 800.44 

0 1,424,150.59 


0 7,528,793.25 
20,853,398.76 
124,411.71 
12,849.24 


0 282,064.33 

329,590.40 
57,994.47 


0 40,895,413.76 


22,184.03 


0 40,917,597.79 


292,054.29 


0 40,625,543.50 


0 36,400,288.71 

192,079,023.74 

800,000.00 

#229,279,312.45 


0 221,610.46 

31,884.10 
513.04 


2,167.50 

15,360.82 

11,663.98 


669,649.20 


132,170.96 

10,874.35 


28,519,452.96 


Carried forward 


0 29,615,347.37 


BALANCE SHEET SCHEDULES 


31 


Schedule "1.2 ” — Continued 


STATEMENT No. 2— Continued 


Accounts Receivable — brought forward 

Public Welfare Department — Continued : 

Old age and blind assistance: 

Government of Canada $ 186,374.24 

Provinces and municipalities 9,407.25 

* 

Child Welfare Act, due from municipalities, etc 

Immigrants and disabled persons: 

Government of Canada $ 47,961.61 

Provinces 704.66 


Miscellaneous 


195,781.49 

11,273.13 


48,666.27 

685.00 


Public Works Department: 

Government of Canada $ 61,445.93 

Miscellaneous accounts 50,874.47 

Vocational Training: 

Government of Canada 


$ 29,615,347.37 


1,680,556.48 


112,320.40 

805,525.68 


$ 32,213,749.93 


Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 19,872,128.48 

$ 12,341,621.45 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 42,140.97 


$ 12,383,762.42 


Schedule "1.3” 


Arrears of Assessed Taxes: 

Fuel oil tax $ 2,707,282.61 

Mineral tax 22,130.06 

Bus mileage tax 24,644.43 

Succession duties tax 3,890.84 


$ 2,757,947.94 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 8,508.68 


$ 2,749,439.26 


Schedule "1.4” 

Interest Receivable: 

Education Department 

Lands and Forests Department: 

On public land sales 

Miscellaneous 

Mines and Minerals Department 

Municipal Affairs Department: 

On drought relief advances prior to 1931: 

Municipal districts 

Improvement districts 


$ 32,714.18 

$ 41,999.82 

11,551.83 

53,551.65 

2,037.32 


$ 55,947.91 

7,227.57 


On seed grain advances 
On agricultural advances 


£ 63,175.48 

56,322.52 
29,101.77 

148,599.77 


Carried forward 


$ 236,902.92 


32 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Schedule "1.4” — Continued 


STATEMENT No. 2— Continued 


Interest Receivable — brought forward 

Treasury Department: 

On advances to irrigation and drainage districts 

On co-operative credit societies, guarantees implemented 
Miscellaneous ••••• 


Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 


$ 236,902.92 

$ 362,260.96 

136,243.48 
12,526.45 

511,030.89 


0 747,933.81 

747,932.81 


Miscellaneous: 

On special investment fund 

On municipal loans revolving fund 

On advances to Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

On rural electrification revolving fund 

On advances under the New Towns Act 

On bank balances 

On self-liquidating project advances 

On rural telephones revolving fund 

On general trust fund 

On miscellaneous advances 


0 3,026,729.27 
2,078,321.89 
667,357.85 
321,342.50 

77.095.10 

70.763.00 
45,509.58 

35.550.00 
33,494.65 

10.129.11 


0 1.00 


6,366,292.95 
0 6,366,293.95 


Schedule "1.5” 


Equipment, Stores and 

Materials: 

Equipment 

Department 

Automobiles 

and Supplies 

Agriculture 

0 

123,311.11 

0 355,638.06 

Attorney General 


68,311.00 

299,548.81 

236,785.62 

Education 


8,458.69 

Executive Council 


47,494.75 

362,846.79 

Highways 


4,136.48 

522,955.77 

Industry and Development ... 


13,769.81 

72,086.82 

Labour 


60,376.65 

37,610.57 

Lands and Forests 

Legislation 


421,544.62 

6,815,196.75 

33,255.62 

Mines and Minerals 


18,480.37 

61,515.52 

Municipal Affairs 


50,482.30 

44,066.35 

Provincial Secretary 


11,059.93 

57,133.03 

Public Health 


54,834.46 

626,443.60 

Public Welfare 


18,368.00 

98,001.93 

Public Works 


17,221.89 

21,798.19 

Treasury 


9,739.43 

239,831.91 


$ 

927,589.49 

$9,884,715.34 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 


39,752.36 

32,423.66 


$ 

967,341.85 

$9,917,139.00 


Stores and 
Material 
$ 39,521.82 

264,416.86 
17,184.24 
3,032.50 

Livestock 
and Poultry 
$ 2,484.00 
36,245.00 

Libraries 
$ 80.89 $ 

246,527.70 
18,667.21 
1,000.00 

Totals 

521,035.88 

915,049.37 

281,095.76 

414,374.04 

527,092.25 

85,856.63 

97,987.22 

7,237,481.86 

33,255.62 

86,265.94 

95,448.65 

68,192.96 

1,698,578.92 

116,369.93 

219,383.71 

249,746.34 


42.04 

698.45 



6,270.05 

900.00 

918,735.99 

81,793.50 

16,771.37 

180,363.63 


175.00 

$1,423,255.04 

6,434,049.78 

$120,564.54 

$291,090.67 $12,647,215.08 
6,506,225.80 

$7,857,304.82 

$120,564.54 

$291,090.67 $19,153,440.88 


Schedule "1.6” 


Prepaid Expenses: 

General Revenue Fund 0 50,289.74 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 109,050.88 


0 159,340.62 


Schedule "1.7” 


Accounts Payable: 

General Revenue Fund 0 7,515,736.65 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 4,257,710.26 


0 11,773,446.91 


BALANCE SHEET SCHEDULES 


33 


STATEMENT No. 2 — Continued 

Schedule "1.8” 

Interest on Funded Debt, accrued but not due $ 129,853.92 


Schedule "1.9” 

Interest on Savings Certificates, accrued but not due $ 128.16 


Schedule "1. 10” 


4,116,546.27 

758,025.91 

$ 4,874,572.18 

212,225.50 



$ 

5,086,797.68 

Schedule "1. 11” 



Reserves: 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 

$ 

6,550,000.00 

Schedule "1.12” 



Suspense: 

Consisting of cash collections not allocated at March 31, 1962, and which will 
eventually be disbursed to other funds or refunded 

$ 

668,070.65 


Unearned Revenue: 

General Revenue Fund: 

Revenue of the fiscal year 1962-63 on hand or in transit, March 31, 1962: 

Automobile and truck licenses, drivers’ licenses, etc. $ 

Other revenues 


Alberta Liquor Control Board 


Schedule "1.13” 

Consolidated Surplus: 

General Revenue Fund: 

Accumulated surplus on income account (Statement No. 17) $1,097,174,160.53 

Add: 

Income assets less income liabilities and adjustments $ 33,924,657.44 

Civil service pension fund transferred from capital 7,863,753.14 

41,788,410.58 

$1,138,962,571.11 

Deduct: Excess of capital expenditures over receipts to March 31, 1962 893,079,278.85 


$ 245,883,292.26 


SCHEDULE OF TRUST ACCOUNTS 


34 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



BALANCE SHEET SCHEDULES 


35 



36 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 3 


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 


AS AT MARCH 31, 1961 AND MARCH 31, 1962 


Service 


March 31, March 31, 
1962 1961 


Increase 


Decrease 


INCOME ACCOUNT: 

Agriculture Department 

Attorney General’s Department 

Education Department 

Executive Council 

Highways Department 

Industry and Development Department 

Labour Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Legislation 

Mines and Minerals Department 

Municipal Affairs Department 

Provincial Secretary’s Department 

Public Debt, miscellaneous 

Public Health Department 

Public Welfare Department 

Public Works Department 

Treasury Department 

Vocational Training 

Sub-total 

Interest on funded debt, accrued but not due 

Interest on savings certificates, accrued but not due 

TOTAL: Income Account 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT: 

Agriculture Department 

Highways Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Public Works Department 

Treasury Department 

TOTAL: Capital Account 


Total: Accounts payable, General Revenue 
Fund 


$ 352,189.70 

104,604.37 
469,875.45 

75.612.80 
1,719,059.15 

66,969.68 

22.760.81 
278,197.18 

21,143.17 

13,804.86 

37,499.79 

41,315.83 


2,684,971.58 

797,281.09 

304,278.36 

418,507.78 

107,665.05 


$ 7,515,736.65 

129,853.92 

128.16 


$ 7,645,718.73 


0 138,184.02 

1,564,298.39 
36,243.94 
2,927,826.78 
54,148.47 


0 4,720,701.60 


$12,366,420.33 


$ 196,504.13 

99,278.68 
424,608.94 
62,260.20 
1,021,835.47 
15,794.39 

21.164.23 
225,082.83 

7,452.46 

15,042.05 

19.770.23 
213,986.80 

1,116.74 

2,927,107.44 

786,278.05 

254,661.75 

395,134.18 

57,475.84 


$ 6,744,554.41 

138,106.21 

120.74 


$ 6,882,781.36 


0 92,635.24 

1,190,171.90 
84,833.60 
3,353,090.97 
457,412.62 


$ 5,178,144.33 


$12,060,925.69 


$ 155,685.57 

5,325.69 
45,266.51 
13,352.60 
697,223.68 
51,175.29 
1,596.58 
53,114.35 
13,690.71 


17,729.56 


11,003.04 

49,616.61 

23,373.60 

50,189.21 


$ 1,188,343.00 


7.42 


$ 762,937.37 

(Net) 


$ 45,548.78 

374,126.49 


$ 305,494.64 

(Net) 


1,237.19 


172,670.97 

1,116.74 

242,135.86 


$ 417,160.76 

8,252.29 


48,589.66 

425,264.19 

403,264.15 


$ 457,442.73 

(Net) 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


37 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 4 


SUMMARIZED COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

GENERAL REVENUE FUND— INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Department 

Actual 

t Estimates 

venue: 



Agriculture Department 

# 1,974,220.04 # 

1,405,595.00 

Attorney General’s Department 

5,659,733.72 

5,048,900.00 

Education Department 

1,211,832.03 

1,130,040.00 

Executive Council 

3,147,675.20 

2,755,000.00 

Highways Department 

14,587,215.50 

14,108,650.00 

Industry and Development Department 

149,459.52 

106,000.00 

Labour Department 

455,666.15 

384,500.00 

Lands and Forests Department 

6,138,445.93 

6,796,000.00 

Legislation 

26,759.38 

20,085.00 

Mines and Minerals Department 

118,558,173.23 

107,497,000.00 

Municipal Affairs Department 

9,946,767.87 

9,537,850.00 

Provincial Secretary’s Department 

36,884,383.28 

38,238,260.00 

Public Health Department 

26,078,897.12 

28,245,200.00 

Public Welfare Department 

7,580,171.06 

8,887,500.00 

Public Works Department 

873,607.38 

646,805.00 

Treasury Department 

105,397,631.53 

101,449,200.00 

Vocational Training 

824,432.81 

1,046,710.00 


In Excess of Less than 

Estimates Estimates 


568,625X4 # 


610,833.72 

81,792.03 

392,675.20 

478,565.50 


43,459.52 

7 1,166.15 

657,554.07 

6,674.38 


11,061,173.23 


408,917.87 

1,353,876.72 

2,166,302.88 

1,307,328.94 

226,802.38 

3,948,431.53 

222,277.19 


#339,495,071.75 #327,303,295.00 # 12,191,776.75 
(Net) 


Expenditure: 

Agriculture Department 

Attorney General’s Department 

Education Department 

Executive Council 

Highways Department 

Industry and Development Department 

Labour Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Legislation 

Mines and Minerals Department 

Municipal Affairs Department 

Provincial Secretary’s Department 

Public Debt 

Public Health Department 

Public Welfare Department 

Public Works Department 

Treasury Department 

Vocational Training 


134,877.45 # 


5,658,957.45 

8.687.377.24 
78,087,748.06 

3.756.489.25 

28.419.399.21 
926,916.42 

1,565,905.16 

10,637,901.01 

1,102,971.38 

1,857,929.47 

6,095,386.59 

2,510,706.10 

2.700.920.26 

72.542.654.22 
25,737,589.05 
10,557,609.37 
18,754,534.48 

1,564,380.07 


5.524.080.00 # 

8.777.815.00 

69.905.710.00 

3.689.510.00 

27.818.990.00 
978,730.00 

1.672.420.00 

8.953.740.00 

1.253.135.00 

1.971.910.00 

4.873.010.00 

2.762.930.00 

2.659.590.00 

74.149.500.00 

24.754.200.00 

13.871.220.00 
19,012,003.32 

1.726.650.00 


8,182,038.06 

66,979.25 

600,409.21 


1,684,161.01 


1,222,376.59 


41,330.26 


983,389.05 


90,437.76 


51,813.58 

106,514.84 


150,163.62 

113,980.53 


252,223.90 


1,606,845.78 


3,313,610.63 

257,468.84 

162,269.93 


Income surplus, General Revenue Fund 


#281,165,374.79 #274,355,143.32 # 

6,810,231.47 

(Net) 

# 58,329,696.96 # 52,948,151.68 # 

5,381,545.28 


fAbatements of expenditure which could not be refunded to appropriations are included with revenue. 


38 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

STATEMENT SHOWING SOURCE AND DISPOSITION 
GENERAL REVENUE FUND 


STATEMENT No. 5 

OF FUNDS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Source of Funds: 

Income surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962, as per Statement No. 4 
Capital receipts: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works 

Loans and advances 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Miscellaneous 

Borrowings: 

Accounts payable, net increase 


Disposition of Funds: 

Capital expenditures: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works 

Loans and advances 

Miscellaneous 


$58,329,696.96 


$ 5,358,841.64 
9,945,611.37 
2,243,486.86 
757,992.83 

18,305,932.70 

305,494.64 


$76,941,124.30 


$72,562,390.61 

5,016,010.23 

597,633.23 

78,176,034.07 


Net outlay of funds $ 1,234,909.77 


Accounted for by: 

Sale of investments, net, Special Investment Fund t$ 6,759,462.11 

Increase of cash in banks and treasury branches as per Statement No. 9 t 5,524,552.34 


$ 1,234,909.77 


"{■Excludes transfer of investments of a book value of $15,919,595.62 to the Special Investment Fund from the School 
Lands Trust Fund. 

^Excludes transfer of cash of $529,954.88 from the School Lands Trust Fund to General Revenue. 


SUMMARY OF NET CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 


Capital expenditure: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works: 


Highways and bridges 

Euildings $20,193,873.27 

University of Alberta 5,744,213.97 

University of Alberta Hospital 1,321,072.16 


Brazeau River Development 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development $ 484,302.27 

Bow River Development 318,099.50 

Irrigation, drainage and water control projects 493,848.73 


Forest access roads and trails 

Camp grounds and picnic areas 

Purchase of land 

Aerial photography and forest inventory 


$39,294,462.80 


27,259,159.40 

2,977,628.46 


1,296,250.50 

998,154.64 

523,986.20 

185,000.00 

27,748.61 


Loans and advances: 

Farm Purchase Credit Act 

Foothills Provincial General Hospital 
Students’ Assistance Act 
Rural telephones revolving fund 

New Towns Act 

Sundry 


$ 2,400,000.00 
1,500,000.00 

536.000. 00 

390.000. 00 

150.000. 00 
40,010.23 


$72,562,390.61 


5,016,010.23 


Carried forward 


$77,578,400.84 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


39 


STATEMENT No. 5 — Continued 


Capital expenditure — brought forward 

Miscellaneous: 

Control of agricultural pests $ 206,285.20 

Working advances, net 139,131.26 

Land utilization 118,454.94 

Reserve supply of seed grain 110,500.92 

Refunds of previous years’ collections 20,860.88 

Agricultural relief 2,400.03 


241,992.76 

806,373.91 

585,544.30 

271,775.04 

$ 3,905,686.01 

520,984.89 

273,654.70 

166,097.38 

34,217.07 

5,625.66 


205,940.11 

Highways and bridges 202,068.70 

Hospital construction grants 157,466.67 

Buildings 93,040.56 


Loans and advances: 

Municipal loans revolving fund $ 8,555,000.00 

Self-Liquidating Projects Act 1,068,870.79 

University of Alberta Students’ Union re buildings contributions 148,924.53 

Marketing Services Limited 100,000.00 

Relief loans to cities 51,434.61 

Sundry 21,381.44 


Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Miscellaneous: 

Land sales $ 322,344.70 

Control of agricultural pests 159 467.00 

Sales of seed grain 145,260.66 

Clearing and breaking land, Wanham project 60,935.66 

Agricultural relief, collections from recipients, etc. 38 992.52 

Sundry 30,992.29 


Capital receipts: 

Highways, bridges, buildings and other public works: 

Government of Canada contributions: 

Highways and bridges $ 2,i 

Buildings i 

Forest access roads and trails 

Camp grounds and picnic areas i 

University of Alberta Hospital 

Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada, overpasses 

Irrigation and drainage districts: 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development $ 

Bow River Development 

Sundry 


Net capital expenditure 


$77,578,400.84 


597,633.23 


$78,176,034.07 


$ 5,358,841.64 


9,945,611.37 

2,243,486.86 


757,992.83 


$18,305,932.70 


$59,870,101.37 


40 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 6 

Government of the Province of Alberta 


SUMMARIZED STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 

, 1962 



REVENUE 







Per cent, of 



Amount 

Per capita 

revenue 


Subsidies 

.... $ 2,815,930.20 

$ 2.06 

.83% 


Canada-Alberta tax agreement 

58,385,566.00 

42.81 

17.20 


Taxes 

... 39,347,761.32 

28.85 

11.59 


Licenses 

15,023,098.68 

11.01 

4.43 


Fees 

... 132,826,353.70 

97.38 

39.13 


Fines and penalties 

1,633,555.59 

1.20 

.48 


Profits from trading activities 

21,360,211.86 

15.66 

6.29 


Miscellaneous 

385,362.27 

.28 

.11 


Refunds of expenditure 

46,593,763.18 

34.16 

13.72 


From revenue-producing assets 

18,052,243.72 

13.23 

5.32 


Pension acts 

3,071,225.23 

2.25 

.90 



$339,495,071.75 

$248.89 

100.00% 


EXPENDITURE 







Per cent, of 

Per cent, of 


Amount 

Per capita 

revenue 

expenditure 

Debt charges 

... $ 2,700,920.26 

$ 1.98 

.80% 

.96% 

Education 

80,612,252.80 

59.10 

23.74 

28.67 

Legislation 

505,279.56 

.37 

.15 

.18 

General government 

18,321,045.74 

13.43 

5.40 

6.52 

Miscellaneous 

206,896.49 

.15 

.06 

.07 

Administration of justice 

7,843,679.45 

5.75 

2.31 

2.79 

Agriculture 

5,063,028.58 

3.71 

1.49 

1.80 

Public domain, research and development 

15,028,835.87 

11.02 

4.43 

5.35 

Public welfare, institutions and charitable grants 

.. 123,765,737.49 

90.74 

36.45 

44.02 

Highways, bridges and ferries 

26,744,689.10 

19.61 

7.88 

9.51 

Commissions and fines paid to municipalities and refunds .... 

373,009.45 

.27 

.11 

.13 


$281,165,374.79 

$206.13 

82.82% 

100.00% 

Surplus 

... $ 58,329,696.96 

$ 42.76 

17.18% 



$339,495,071.75 

$248.89 

100.00% 



Population, estimated by Bureau of Statistics, Canada: 1,364,000. 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


41 


STATEMENT No. 7 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
SHOWING SOURCES OF REVENUE AND NATURE OF EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Particulars 

SUBSIDIES: 

Amount payable pursuant to agreement for transfer of natural 

resources 

Debt allowance 

Government and legislation 

Population 


REVENUE— INCOME ACCOUNT 
Actual 


Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


750.000. 00 $ 
405,375.00 

220.000. 00 

1,440,555.20 


750.000. 00 £ 

405.000. 00 

220.000. 00 
,020,000.00 


375.00 

420,555.20 



$ 2,815,930.20 $ 

2,395,000.00 $ 

420,930.20 


CANADA-ALBERTA TAX AGREEMENT 

$ 58,385,566.00 $ 

O 

© 

© 

o 

O 

JO 

822,566.00 


TAXES: 





Fire Prevention Act .. 

# 50,670.51 $ 

45.000. 00 $ 

80.000. 00 

5,670.51 ? 
4,449.87 


Fur 

84,449.87 


Gasoline and fuel oil 

32,951,433.08 

34,320,000.00 

1,368,566.92 

Government of Canada Re: 


Share of income tax, public utility corporations 

Insurance Corporations Tax Act 

1,754,525.00 

2,137,999.01 

198,977.95 

1,200,000.00 

2,300,000.00 

170,000.00 

554,525.00 

162,000.99 

Mileage, busses 

28,977.95 

Mineral .... 

1,270,317.80 

1,250,000.00 

800,000.00 

20,317.80 

98,077.46 


Pari-mutuel 

898,077.46 


Succession duties 

1,310.64 

2,000.00 

689.36 


$ 39,347,761.32 $ 

40,167,000.00 

$ 

819,238.68 

(Net) 


FEES: 

Alberta Assessment Commission 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation 

Apprenticeship Act 

Approval fees, surveys branch 

Auditor’s office 

Authentication of documents 

Bacteriological service 

Boilers Act: 

Examinations 

Inspection certificates 

Survey of drawings 


Automobiles, trucks, etc 

$ 13,712,141.65 $ 

13,820,000.00 $ 

% 

107,858.35 

Billiard rooms and bowling alleys 

17,744.50 

18,000.00 


255.50 

Brands 

12,323.50 

11,000.00 

1,323.50 


Butchers and hide dealers 

499.00 

500.00 


1.00 

Commissioners for Oaths Act 

24,118.00 

20,000.00 

4,118.00 


Creameries 

595.00 

600.00 


5.00 

Cream graders 

759.00 

750.00 

9.00 


Dairies 

1 ,074.00 

1,100.00 


26.00 

Fishing 

247,821.45 

300,000.00 


52,178.55 

Frozen Food Locker Act 

2,370.00 

2,700.00 


330.00 

Fuel Oil Licensing Act 

5,630.00 

6,000.00 


370.00 

Fur farms 

3,632.00 

4,000.00 


368.00 

Game 

585,801.15 

560,000.00 

25^801.15 


Insurance Act: 



Agents’ license fees 

73,134.00 

67,000.00 

6,134.00 


Companies’ license fees 

141,570.00 

134,500.00 

7,070.00 


Licensing of Trades and Businesses Act 

107,930.15 

70,000.00 

37,930.15 


Lightning Rod Act 

220.00 

200.00 

20.00 


Livestock dealers 

5,672.00 

5,000.00 

672.00 


Notaries Public Act 

1,460.00 

1,400.00 

60.00 


Nursing Aides Act 

3,796.00 

3,000.00 

796.00 


Poultry 

2,181.00 

2,600.00 


419.00 

Prearranged funeral plans 

130.00 


130.00 


Private detectives 

1,190.00 

600.00 

590.00 


Private hospitals 

15.00 


15.00 


Projectionists 

995.00 

1,200.00 


205.00 

Public Auction Act 

2,404.00 

1,500.00 

904.00 


Real estate agents 

3,579.00 

3,000.00 

579.00 


Seed dealers 

300.00 

360.00 


60.00 

Slaughterhouse 

710.00 


710.00 


Stockyards 

413.00 

450.00 


37.00 

Theatres 

19,539.28 

20,000.00 


460.72 

Water and ice permits 

1,278.00 

610.00 

668.00 


Wells 

42 073 00 

25,325.00 

16,748.00 






0 15,023,098.68 $ 

15,081,395.00 

$ 

58,296.32 


96.00 $ 


300.00 $ 


13,192.00 

6,500.00 

11,700.00 

1,492.00 

6,033.00 

8,000.00 

6,768.81 

5,000.00 

1,768.81 

17,785.79 

12,000.00 

5,785.79 

382.66 

2,199.00 

450.00 

3,200.00 


12,725.00 

8,600.00 

4,125.00 

157,929.36 

142,900.00 

15,029.36 

25,632.32 

22,7C0.00 

2,932.32 


(Net) 


204.00 

6,500.00 


1,967.00 


67.34 

1,001.00 


42 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


REVENUE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 

FEES — Continued : 

Cancer clinics registration $ 

Change of Name Act 

Clerks of Court Act 

Coal analysis 

Companies Act 

Companies, extracts and searches 

Companies, miscellaneous registrations 

Consolidated investment and special reserve fund 

Cow testing 

Cream grading service charge 

Cultural activities 

Debtors’ Assistance Act 

Education Department: 

Appeals 

Examinations 

Electrical Protection Act 

Factories Act 

Fish royalty 

Gas Protection Act 

Gasoline testing 

Land Titles Act: 

General 

Registrar’s assurance fund 

Lands and grazing: 

Cultivation rentals, fees, etc 

Grazing rentals, fees, etc 

Hay fees, dues, etc 

Homestead leases, rentals, fees, etc 

Land patent, miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous leases 

Miscellaneous permits 

Right of entry leases 

Local Authorities Board: 

Debenture applications 

Magistrates’ and Justices’ Act 

Marriage Act 

Mining, coal: 

Fees and rentals 

Royalty 

Miscellaneous 

Mining, other: 

Bituminous sands fees and rentals 

Oil sands fees and rentals 

Quarrying fees, rentals and royalties 

Miscellaneous 

Municipal administration training program 

Names of Homes Act 

Patients’ maintenance charges: 

Mental hospitals 

Sanatoriums 

Petroleum and natural gas: 

Fees and rentals 

Royalties 

Sale of Crown reserve leases and reservations 

Pipe lines 

Plumbing 

Police costs 

Poultry, blood testing 

Pre-marital blood tests 

Prisoners’ maintenance: 

Penal institutions 

Private bills and certified copies 

Public Trustee Act 

Public Utilities Board: 

Administration 

Debenture applications 

Tariff 

Registry 

Reserve leases 

Road allowance leases 

Rural welding 

Schools: 

High school correspondence courses 

Red Deer grade XII summer school 

Technical schools 

School lands: 

Fees and rentals 

Royalties 

Sale of Crown reserve leases and reservations 

Miscellaneous 

Securities Act 

Sheriffs’ Act 

Small debt court 

Solicitors’ earnings 

Special areas: 

Cultivation crop shares 

School lands grazing centals 


Actual 


1,520.00 $ 

5.830.50 
532,772.27 

1.643.50 
270,415.69 

10,443.26 

1.935.50 
50,000.00 

2.793.00 
21,237.38 
18,952.93 

283.12 

5,294.46 

147.593.60 
112,878.76 

16,032.92 

28,836.75 

39.333.47 

18.617.50 

1,751,983.90 

500,000.00 

80,905.36 

598,875.36 

5,418.04 

85,769.99 

4,473.66 

155,755.42 

71,204.10 

390,263.24 

14.189.50 
209,836.72 

57.502.50 

64,926.42 

60.519.47 

2.457.50 

758,782.11 

177,296.59 

55,776.78 

97,498.90 

19.012.00 

90.00 

1,500,384.11 

303.427.61 

30,770,982.81 

36,674,664.96 

43,203,912.69 

10.219.00 

5.917.50 
1,761.64 

27,722.18 

10.304.00 

74.112.50 
1,979.52 

329,589.63 

200.00 

5.655.00 

4.571.51 

57.194.00 

101.00 

500.83 

4.095.00 

191,094.88 

19.244.00 
138,795.21 

2.087.331.10 

2.543.464.11 
1,086,729.17 

11.147.50 

59.595.00 
138,869.71 

6,698.30 

12,458.29 

9,541.14 

23,010.40 


900.00 $ 

5.500.00 
520,000.00 

2,000.00 

237.000. 00 

8.500.00 

1.500.00 

40.000. 00 

3.000. 00 

18.300.00 

25.000. 00 

1.000. 00 

4.500.00 

144.000. 00 

108.000. 00 

10.500.00 

60.000. 00 

30.000. 00 

27.500.00 

1,500,000.00 

500.000. 00 

130.000. 00 

550.000. 00 

7,000.00 

80.000. 00 
5,000.00 

180.000. 00 
60,000.00 

300,000.00 


190.000. 00 

59.000. 00 

50.000. 00 

80.000. 00 
2,500.00 

400.000. 00 


35.000. 00 

40.000. 00 
19,800.00 


1,425,000.00 

247,500.00 

31.000. 000.00 

27.000. 000.00 

43.000. 000.00 

10,000.00 

3.500.00 

2,000.00 

28,000.00 

10,000.00 

56,200.00 

1 . 010.00 

280,000.00 


19.000. 00 

1,000.00 

56.000. 00 

400.00 


301.000. 00 
23,300.00 

135.000. 00 

2,000,000.00 

1.700.000. 00 

1.250.000. 00 
4,500.00 

42.000. 00 

120.000. 00 

4,000.00 

10.000. 00 

14.000. 00 

16.000. 00 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


620.00 $ 

330.50 
12,772.27 

33/115.69 

1,943.26 

435.50 

10,000.00 


2,937.38 


794.46 

3,593.60 

4,878.76 

5,532.92 


9,333.47 


251,983.90 


48,875.36 

5,769.99 


1 17043 0 
90,263.24 

14,189.50 

19,836.72 


14,926.42 


358,782.11 

177,296.59 

20,776.78 

57,498.90 


90.00 

75,384.11 

55,927.61 


9,674,664.96 

203,912.69 

219.00 

2,417.50 


304.00 

17,912.50 

969.52 

49,589.63 

200.00 


3,571.51 

1.194.00 
101.00 
100.83 

4.095.00 


3,795”21 

87,331.10 

843,464.11 


6,647.50 

17,595.00 

18,869.71 

2,698.30 

2,458.29 


7,010.40 


Less than 
Estimates 


35630 


207.00 

6,047.07 

716.88 


31,163.25 

838230 


49,094.64 

1 ' 581.96 

52634 

24,244.58 


1,497.50 


19,’ 4803 3 
42.50 


78830 


229,017.19 


'23836 

277.82 


13 '345. 00 


109,905.12 

4,056.00 


16337033 


4,458.8 6 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


43 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


REVENUE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 

FEES — Continued : 

Stock Inspection Act 

Surface rights on east slope forest reserve 

Teachers’ certificates and permits 

Theatres, censorship 

Timber rentals, fees, dues, etc 

Town and rural planning 

Tradesmens’ Qualification Act, examinations and certificates 

Transcripts 

Treasury branches, earnings 

Trust Companies Act 

Vital statistics 

Water power rentals 

Welding Act, examinations and certificates 




In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

0 147,102.52 0 

120,000.00 $ 

27,102.52 $ 


413,956.58 

550,000.00 


136,043.42 

4,306.51 

4,000.00 

306.51 


30,300.00 

33,500.00 


3,200.00 

2,391,947.62 

3,000,000.00 


608,052.38 

5,422.50 

5,000.00 

422.50 


30,583.00 

30,000.00 

583.00 


17,306.03 

14,500.00 

2,806.03 


3,549,539.00 

3,400,000.00 

149,539.00 


4,816.10 

100.00 

4,716.10 


85,555.19 

82,800.00 

2,755.19 


118,504.29 

100,000.00 

18,504.29 


20,043.95 

22,000.00 


1,956.05 

$132,826,353.70 $121,778,160.00 $ 

11,048,193.70 

(Net) 



FINES AND PENALTIES: 

Government of Canada, statute fines $ 497,267.12 $ 440,000.00 $ 57,267.12 

Provincial statute fines 1,136,288.47 1,020,000.00 116,288.47 


$ 1,633,555.59 $ 1,460,000.00 $ 173,555.59 


PROFIT FROM TRADING ACTIVITIES: 

Government Liquor Control Act of Alberta $ 21,223,691.00 $ 21,000,000.00 $ 223,691.00 0 

On working funds 136,520.86 150,000.00 13,479.14 


0 21,360,211.86 0 21,150,000.00 0 210,211.86 

(Net) 


MISCELLANEOUS: 


Agriculture Department 

14,742.62 

13,050.00 

1,692.62 

Attorney General’s Department 

52,237.06 

11,900.00 

40,337.06 

Education Decartment 

1,740.67 

4,400.00 


Executive Council Department 

10,462.95 

3,000.00 

7,462.95 

Highways Department 

2,842.22 

7,250.00 


Industry and Development Department 

9,444.85 

6,500.00 

2,944.85 

Labour Department 

14,552.07 

1,500.00 

13,052.07 

Lands and Forests Department 

123,393.06 

106,000.00 

17,393.06 

Legislation 

102.69 

70.00 

32.69 

Mines and Minerals Department 

78,745.13 

50,000.00 

28,745.13 

Municipal Affairs Department 

Provincial Secretary’s Department 

1,492.23 

3,000.00 


5,197.15 

4,810.00 

387.15 

Public Health Department 

5,240.22 

200.00 

5,040.22 

Public Works Department 

2,845.26 

1,000.00 

1,845.26 

Treasury Department 

60,821.90 

5,500.00 

55,321.90 

Vocational Training 

1,502.19 


1,502.19 


2,659.33 

4/107.78 


1,507.77 


0 385,162.27 0 218,180.00 0 167,182.27 

(Net) 


REFUNDS OF EXPENDITURE: 
Government of Canada Re: 


Assistance to students 0 10,037.50 0 0 10,037.50 0 


Alberta emergency measures organization 

400,660.50 

451,420.00 




50,759 

0 

Blind pensions 

223,797.52 

232,500.00 




8,702 

8 

Camp grounds and picnic areas, Eastern Rockies Forests 








Conservation area 


50,000.00 




50,000 

0 

Cancer clinics 

239,759.91 

254,600.00 




14,840 

9 

Child and maternal health 

52,317.74 

112,000.00 




59,682 

6 

Consolidated grant, National Research Council 

10,000.00 

10,000.00 






Disabled persons’ pensions 

559,013.96 

615,000.00 




55,986 

4 

Disabled persons’ pensions, medical reviews 

1,029.44 


1 

,029 

.44 



Excise and fuel oil tax 

5,771.24 


5 

,771 

.24 



Farm labour supervision 

54,755.84 

50,000.00 

4 

,755 

.84 



Forest fire protection 

129,448.00 

135,000.00 




5,552 

0 

Forestry agreement 

69,159.15 

60,000.00 

9 

,159 

.15 



4-H clubs 

11,832.98 

10,000.00 

1 

,832 

.98 



General public health 

46,557.14 

69,300.00 




22,742 

6 

Health units and public health services 

600,901.65 

564,000.00 

36 

,901 

.65 



Hospital construction grants 

907,237.47 

1,250,000.00 




342,762 

3 

Hospital insurance 

19,151,658.14 

20,500,000.00 




1,348,341 

6 

Instruction in citizenship 

2,091.00 

2,500.00 




409 

0 

Insulin and other special drugs 

8,461.25 

14,900.00 




6,438 

5 

Laboratory and x-ray school 

23,928.16 

31,100.00 




7,171 

4 

Medical rehabilitation services and crippled children 

77,302.34 

191,400.00 




114,097 

6 

Mental health 

320,853.67 

634,000.00 




313,146 

3 

Municipal winter works incentive program 

2,531,609.44 

1,700,000.00 

831 

'609 

A4 



Old age pensions 

2,018,978.47 

2,180,000.00 




161,021 

3 

Professional training 

122,867.80 

130,800.00 




7,932 

0 

Public Health Act 

94,786.90 

122,600.00 




27,813 

0 

Public health research 

90,386.18 

166,200.00 




75,813 

2 

Reforestation 

769.00 



769 

.00 



Rehabilitation of disabled persons 

11,685.53 

15,000.00 




3,314 

7 

Social hygiene 

42,382.82 

38,000.00 

4, 

,382. 

.82 



Technical information service grant 

15,000.00 

10,000.00 

5, 

,000, 

.00 




44 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


REVENUE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 


Actual 


Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


REFUNDS OF EXPENDITURE — Continued : 
Government of Canada Re — Continued'. 

Training of nursing aides 

Transportation assistance on movement of fodder 

Tuberculosis control 

Unemployment assistance agreement 

Unthreshed grain assistance policy 

Vocational training 


0 199,478.73 0 

61,344.82 
193,571.44 
4,329,480.78 
461,211.13 
1,241,720.06 


216,700.00 0 


215,000.00 

5,495,500.00 


1,147,074.00 


0 

61,344.82 


461,211.13 

94,646.06 


Less than 
Estimates 


17,221.27 

21/128.56 

1,166,019.22 


TOTAL: Government of Canada 


0 34,321,847.70 0 36,674,594.00 


0 2,352,746.30 

(Net) 


Administration of: 

Improvement districts 0 

Mobile Equipment Licensing Act 

Special areas 

Agricultural Schools Act 

Assessments 

Blind pensions, reimbursements by provinces 

Canteen Fund Board 

Child Welfare Act 

Citizens’ dividend fund 

Cultural activities 

Disabled persons’ pensions 

Hospital insurance: 

Municipalities 

Third party liability 

Hospitals capital debt repayments 

Hospitals uncollectible accounts 

Iron ore pilot plant 

Juvenile offenders branch 

Mental Diseases Act: 

Reimbursement of committal expenses 

Milk control costs 

Mothers’ Allowance Act 

Municipal nursing service agreements 

Municipal nursing services 

Municipal winter works incentive program 

Old age pensions, reimbursements by provinces 

Previous years’ refunds 

Province of Alberta: 

Training of nursing aides 

Public assistance 

Reimbursement of salaries and expenses 

Repayment of grants 

Restoration of survey monuments 

Sale of automobiles 

Sale of equipment 

Sale of license plates 

Sale of materials and supplies 

School Borrowings Assistance Act 

Services and supplies to staff: 

Belmont hostel 

Mental hospitals 

Penal institutions 

Sanatoriums 

School for the deaf 

Supplementary allowances, reimbursements: 

Blind pensions 

Disabled persons’ pensions 

Old age pensions 

University of Alberta students’ loans 


355,113.00 0 

341,300.00 0 

13,813.00 0 


109,067.91 

183,783.31 

204,209.70 

36,000.00 

210,700.00 

195,000.00 

73,067.91 

9,209.70 

26,916.69 

61,601.47 

50,000.00 

11,601.47 


2,975.01 

3,000.00 


24.99 

162,410.00 


162,410.00 


122,803.58 

100,000.00 

22,803.58 


60.00 


60.00 


2,052.75 

1,000.00 

1,052.75 


11,617.58 

10,000.00 

1,617.58 


6,6 44,129.61 

7,142,000.00 


497,870.39 

140,330.50 

100,000.00 

40,330.50 


250,407.5 7 

85,000.00 

280,000.00 


85,000.00 

29,592.43 

20,000.00 

16,536.08 

26,000.00 

20,000.00 

9,463.92 

1,135.44 


1,135.44 


30,554.23 

26,000.00 

4,554.23 


272.00 


272.00 


28,299.87 

41,200.00 


12,900.13 

12,250.97 

17,000.00 


4,749.03 

548,173.59 


548,173.59 


39,661.40 

36,000.00 

3,661.40 


606,825.71 

100,000.00 

506,825.71 


178,694.72 

139,000.00 

39,694.72 


221,352.17 

150,500.00 

70,852.17 


1,471,345.96 

1,418,936.00 

52,409.96 


10,872.55 


10,872.55 


9,063.72 

10,000.00 


936.28 

15,893.25 

5,000.00 

10,893.25 


4,708.20 

100.00 

4,608.20 


115,315.20 

112,000.00 

3,315.20 


270,072.53 

261,605.00 

8,467.53 


107,114.60 

108,800.00 


1,685.40 

1,084.00 

173,757.61 

12,120.50 

1,000.00 

168,500.00 

12,400.00 

84.00 

5,257.61 

279.50 

69,177.66 

81,200.00 


12,022.34 

18,855.24 

19,000.00 


144.76 

220.00 

500.00 


280.00 

1,760.00 

2,000.00 


240.00 

35,523.62 

47,500.00 


11,976.38 

712.67 


712.67 



TOTAL: Other refunds 


FROM REVENUE-PRODUCING ASSETS: 

Interest: 

Advances to Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Advances to cities 

Advances to drainage and irrigation districts 

Advances to school libraries 

Advances to University of Alberta Hospital 

Advances under Farm Purchase Credit Act 

Advances under Municipal Capital Expenditure Loans Act 

Advances under New Towns Act 

Advances under Rural Electrification Revolving Fund Act 
Advances under Rural Telephones Revolving Fund Act 

Advances under Self-Liquidating Projects Act 

Agricultural advances 1950 

Agricultural advances 1955 

Agricultural advances 1958 

Agricultural advances 1959 

Agricultural advances old 


0 12,271,915.48 0 11,338,241.00 0 933,674.48 

(Net) 


0 46,593,763.18 0 48,012,835.00 0 1,419,071.82 

(Net) 


0 


2,059,403.04 0 
13,556.05 
657.42 
29,066.10 
443,671.97 
222,659.36 
3,555,004.86 
2,275.00 
782,640.46 
23,175.53 
247,459.09 
137.06 
870.27 
2,625.81 
2,249.22 
2.26 


2,059,400.00 0 
13,500.00 


25,000.00 

410,800.00 

225,000.00 

3,547,000.00 


680,000.00 

12,000.00 

244,700.00 


300.00 

1,000.00 

900.00 

450.00 


3.04 0 
56.05 
657.42 
4,066.10 
32,871.97 


8,004.86 

2,275.00 

102,640.46 

11,175.53 

2,759.09 

137.06 

570.27 

1,625.81 

1,349.22 


2,340.64 


447.74 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


45 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


REVENUE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 
Particulars Actual Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


FROM REVENUE-PRODUCING ASSETS — Continued: 
Interest — Continued : 

Bank balances 

General trust investments 

Land sales 

School lands fund 

Special Investment Fund, investments (including profits) 

Students’ loans 

Various loans and advances 

Farms: 

Horticultural station, Brooks 

Sale of eggs 

Sale of poultry 

Mental hospitals 

Penal institutions 

Garage revenue 

Government of Canada: 

Air weapons range agreement 

Miscellaneous: 

Mental hospitals 

Sanatoriums 

Penal institutions 

Power plants: 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Edmonton South 

Provincial jubilee auditoriums 

Rentals 

Rentals and utilities: 

Mental hospitals 

Sanatorium, Calgary 

School for the deaf 

Penal institutions 


470,490.53 $ 
200,613.05 
13,046.93 
1,076,188.63 
7,688,806.08 
9,504.53 
2,394.94 

400,000.00 $ 

70,490.53 $ 
200,613.05 
3,046.93 
441,688.63 
188,806.08 
9,504.53 


10,000.00 

634,500.00 

7,500,000.00 


8,800.00 

6,405.06 

4,493.93 

7,448.00 

592.19 

40,759.46 

111,494.68 

5.000. 00 

8.000. 00 
1,000.00 

13,100.00 

122,400.00 

27,659.46 

506.07 

552.00 

407.81 

10,905.32 

49,802.15 

43,000.00 

6,802.15 


66,349.98 

53,000.00 

13,349.98 


13,936.94 

6,893.05 

20,215.45 

11,300.00 

6,900.00 

14,000.00 

2,636.94 

6,215.45 

6.95 

45,409.38 

21,600.00 

28,000.00 

21,600.00 

210,000.00 

17,409.38 


328,670.24 

118,670.24 


238,073.77 

225,000.00 

13,073.77 


178,958.15 

174,200.00 

4,758.15 


26,649.06 

6,276.51 

2,627.33 

35,495.26 

27.120.00 
7,000.00 
3,400.00 

30.355.00 

5,140.26 

470.94 

723.49 

772.67 


? 18,052,243.72 £ 16,777,725.00 $ 1,274,518.72 

(Net) 


PENSION ACTS: 

Public Service Pension Act $ 2,632,490.66 g 2,300,000.00 $ 332,490.66 

Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 438,734.57 400,000.00 38,734.57 

$ 3,071,225.23 g 2,700,000.00 $ 371,225.23 


REVENUE— CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


REPAYMENT OF ADVANCES AND LOANS: 

Agricultural advances, 1950 # 

Agricultural advances, 1955 

Agricultural advances, 1958 

Agricultural advances, 1959 

Agricultural advances, old 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Bow River Development 

Canadian Co-operative Implements, Ltd 

Control of agricultural pests 

Co-operative credit societies 

Drainage districts: 

Bearhills Lake 

Cameron 

Hay Lakes 

Manawan 

Feeders associations 

Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District 

Marketing Services Limited 

Municipal Loans Revolving Fund 

New Towns Act: 

Lodgepole 

Rural electrification 

Sales of seed grain 

Self-Liquidating Projects Act 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development 

Town of Athabasca 

Treasury bills: 

City of Calgary 

City of Edmonton 

City of Lethbridge 

University of Alberta Hospital 

University of Alberta students’ union building 

Wanham land project: 

Advances for clearing and breaking land 

Statutory: 

Cattle-purchasing advance 


319.00 g 
3,566.46 

14,362.75 

16,633.56 

4,110.75 

2,243,486.86 

34,217.07 

5,372.13 

159,467.00 

1,244.59 

404.97 

433.81 

554.71 

2,803.62 

7,450.01 

1,428.55 

100,000.00 

8,555,000.00 

3,000.00 

200.00 
145,260.66 

1,068,870.79 

166,097.38 

727.10 

26,374.94 

24,226.34 

833.33 

506,585.04 

148,924.53 

60,935.66 

1,225.10 


2,000.00 

13.000. 00 

15.000. 00 


2,243,500.00 

30.000. 00 

5.000. 00 

40.000. 00 

2.000. 00 

400.00 

400.00 

500.00 

200.00 


800.00 


6,000,000.00 

3,000.00 


110,000.00 

1,065,600.00 

175,000.00 

500.00 

26.300.00 

24.300.00 

800.00 
472,400.00 

35,000.00 

33.500.00 
1,225.10 


319.00 ? 
1,566.46 

1.362.75 
1,633.56 

4.110.75 


4,217.07 

372.13 

119,467.00 


4.97 

33.81 

54.71 

2,603.62 

7,450.01 

628.55 

100,000.00 

2,555,000.00 


200.00 

35,260.66 

3,270.79 


227.10 

74.94 


33.33 

34,185.04 

113,924.53 

27,435.66 


13.14 


755.41 


8,902.62 


73.66 


46 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


REVENUE— CAPITAL ACCOUNT — Continued 




In Excess of 

Less than 

Particulars 

REPAYMENT OF ADVANCES AND LOANS — Continued: 

Actual 

Estimates Estimates 

Estimates 

Statutory — Continued : 

Highways stock advance 

.... # 6,957,638.75 # 

6,957,638.75 # 

. # 

Public Works stock advance 

1,099,947.52 

1,099.947.52 


Queen’s Printer’s advance 

1,225,362.19 

1,225,362.19 


School book branch advance 

2,236,341.39 

2,236,341.39 


Secretary-treasurers of school districts, bond premiums 

2,162.51 

2,162.51 



# 24,825,569.07 # 21,821,877.46 # 3,003,691.61 

(Net) 


SALE OF ASSETS: 

Buildings 

Homestead sales principal 

Land sales principal 

Materials, etc.: 

Bridges 

Ferries 

Highways and roads . 
Sale of land 


# 107,440.41 # 110,000.00 

126,233.99 55,000.00 

187,509.71 150,000.00 


71,233.99 

37,509.71 


2,559.59 


3,019.69 3,019.69 

760.00 760.00 

128,032.12 8,000.00 120,032.12 

8,601.00 1,000.00 7,601.00 


# 561,596.92 # 324,000.00 # 237,596.92 

(Net) 


MISCELLANEOUS: 

Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada Re: 
Overpasses 

Government of Canada Re: 

Camp grounds, picnic areas and shelters 

Forest access roads and trails 

Forestry agreement 

Roads to resources 

Trans-Canada highway 

Vocational Training: 

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology: 

Buildings 

Equipment 

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology: 

Buildings 

Hospital construction grants 

Municipal winter works incentive program: 

Bridges 

Sundry 

Surveys and compensation for lands 


SALE OF INVESTMENTS 


: 273,654.70 # 

271,775.04 

585,544.30 

# 

70.000. 00 
405,350.00 

20.000. 00 
1,500,000.00 

273,654.70 # 

201,775.04 

180,194.30 

20,000.00 

1,587,399.18 

654,593.58 

667,397.02 

106,641.51 

87,399.18 

654,593.58 

273,647.02 

393.750.00 

185.800.00 

79,158.49 

32.335.38 
157,466.67 

52.723.39 
30,992.29 
17,533.50 

375.000. 00 

750.000. 00 

52,723.39 

27,992.29 

342,664.62 

592,533.33 

o o 
o o 
° p 
© b 
o o 

5,466.50 

: 4,438,056.56 # 

3,725,900.00 # 

712,156.56 

(Net) 



# 7,318,152.34 # 7,318,152.34 


INCOME ACCOUNT: 

Subsidies 

Canada-Alberta tax agreement 

Taxes 

Licenses 

Fees 

Fines and penalties 

Profit from trading activities . 

Miscellaneous 

Refunds of expenditure: 

Government of Canada 

Other refunds 

From revenue-producing assets 
Pension acts 


SUMMARY 


iF REVENUE 

# 2,815,930.20 

58,385,566.00 
39,347,761.32 
15,023,098.68 
132,826,353.70 
1,633,555.59 
21,360,211.86 
385,362.27 

34,321,847.70 

12,271,915.48 

18,052,243.72 

3,071,225.23 


2.395.000. 00 

57.563.000. 00 

40.167.000. 00 

15.081.395.00 
121,778,160.00 

1.460.000. 00 

21.150.000. 00 
218,180.00 

36.674.594.00 

11.338.241.00 

16.777.725.00 

2.700.000. 00 


420,930.20 # 

822,566.00 

819,238.68 

58,296.32 

11,048,193.70 

173,555.59 

210,211.86 

167,182.27 

2,352,746.30 

933,674.48 

1,274,518.72 

371,225.23 


TOTAL: Income Account 


#339,495,071.75 #327,303,295.00 # 12,191,776.75 
(Net) 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT: 

Repayment of advances and loans 

Sale of assets 

Miscellaneous 

Sale of investments 


# 24,825,569.07 # 21,821,877.46 # 3,003,691.61 
561,596.92 324,000.00 237,596.92 

4,438,056.56 3,725,900.00 712,156.56 

7,318,152.34 7,318,152.34 


# 37,143,374.89 # 33,189,929.80 # 3,953,445.09 


TOTAL — Capital Account 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


47 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


DEBT 

2302. 

2303. 

2304. 
23C5. 


Particulars 

CHARGES: 

Public debt, administration 

Public debt, interest 

Savings certificates, interest 
Debt retirement 


EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT 


Actual Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


$ 78,068.31 $ 

572,752.97 
7.42 

2,050,091.56 


20,590.00 $ 
578,000.00 
10,000.00 
2,051,000.00 


57,478.31 $ 


Less than 
Estimates 


5,247.03 

9,992.58 

908.44 


$ 2,700,920.26 $ 2,659,590.00 ? 41,330.26 

(Net) 


EDUCATION: 


Education Department: 


1303. 

1304. 

Grants to schools 

University of Alberta 

.. ? 60,984,568.31 $ 
8,050,000.00 

56,000,000.00 ? 
8,050,000.00 

4,984,568.31 ? 


1305. 

Text books and readers 

512,057.31 

448,980.00 

63,077.31 


1306. 

Miscellaneous grants 

23,450.00 

23,450.00 



1308. 

Teacher education and student aid 

1,088,544.39 

1,086,580.00 

1,964.39 


1309. 

Education of servicemen’s children 

41,587.80 

34,300.00 

7,287.80 


1315. 

School administration 

99,983.77 

104,430.00 


4,446.23 

1321. 

Supervision of schools 

755,864.95 

776,960.00 


21,095.05 

1322. 

Guidance 

28,536.54 

28,710.00 


173.46 

1323. 

Registrar 

39,967.15 

45,600.00 


5,632.85 

1324. 

Board of reference 

130.00 

400. CO 


270.00 

1325. 

Special educational services branch 

63,844.84 

67,970.00 


4,125.16 

1331. 

Correspondence school branch 

668,643.52 

646,490.00 

22,153.52 


1332. 

School for the deaf 

459,350.46 

439,590.00 

19,760.46 


1333. 

School for the physically handicapped 

13,602.99 

18,000.00 


4,397.01 

1334. 

Summer schools 

21,823.79 

23,570.00 


1,746.21 

1341. 

Revision of courses of studies 

90,402.92 

100,470.00 


10,067.08 

1342. 

School broadcasts 

44,685.31 

47,970.00 


3,284.69 

1343. 

Audio visual education 

75,106.74 

71,150.00 

3,956.74 


1351. 

Examinations 

383,345.00 

362,500.00 

20,845.00 


1355. 

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology 

1,284,694.36 

1,328,640.00 


43,945.64 

1356. 

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 

38,486.17 

51,360.00 


12,873.83 

Public Works Department: 





2610/27. 

Education building, Edmonton 

99,587.35 

130,150.00 


30,562.65 

29. 

Education building, Calgary 

307,225.19 

334,730.00 


27,504.81 

51. 

School for the deaf, Edmonton 

207,642.58 

214,880.00 


7,237.42 

131. 

Power house and boiler house, University of Alberta 

7,233.00 

5,050.00 

2,183.00 


135. 

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Edmonton .. 

615.81 


615.81 


2614/2. 

Education building, Calgary, power plant 

116,739.45 

115,230.00 

1,509.45 


10. 

University of Alberta, new power plant 

420,728.02 

492,670.00 


71,941.98 

Vocational Training: 





2803. 

Training of foremen and supervisors 

561.42 

2,250.00 


1,688.58 

2805. 

Training of unemployed persons 

421,855.82 

459,330.00 


37,474.18 

2806. 

Training of disabled persons 

16,021.66 

45,450.00 


29,428.34 

2808. 

Aonrenticeshio training 

1,072,642.18 

1,152,620.00 


79,977.82 

Special Warrant: 




Contingency grants 

3,172,724.00 


3,172,724.00 



$ 80,612,252.80 $ 72,709,480.00 ? 7,902,772.80 

(Net) 


LEGISLATION: 

Executive Council: 

1402. Executive Council office 

1403. Lieutenant Governor’s office 

1404. The Election Act 

Legislation: 

1902. General administration 

1903. Sessional 

1904. Library 


45,064.07 $ 

21,229.55 

14,839.85 


44.765.00 $ 

20.870.00 

10.500.00 


299.07 $ 
359.55 
4,339.85 


66,478.91 

334,001.56 

23,665.62 


62.395.00 
347,000.00 

24.040.00 


4,083.91 

12,998.44 

374.38 


? 505,279.56 £ 509,570.00 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 

Agriculture Department: 

1101. Minister’s office $ 17,581.71 $ 

1102. General administration 88,569.03 

Attorney General’s Department: 

1202. General administration 392,445.54 

1203. Office of the public trustee 380,421.86 

1205. Debtor’s Assistance Board 13,160.52 

1232. Land titles office, Calgary 347,571.98 

1233. Land titles office, Edmonton 494,067.51 

Education Department: 

1301. Minister’s office 18,721.62 

1302. General administration 126,246.12 

Executive Council: 

1401. Premier’s office 35,349.92 

1406. Office of special council 11,317.03 

1420. Public Service Commission and office of the director of 

personnel and administration of The Pension Act .... 218,241.81 

1421. The Public Service Pension Act 1,941,027.53 

1422. Retiring gratuities, civil servants 10,925.00 

1423. Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 250,901.40 

1440. Alberta freight bureau 27,721.63 


17.500.00 $ 

92.720.00 

441.950.00 

399.345.00 

19.190.00 

355.120.00 

519.105.00 

18.500.C0 

127.990.00 

36.510.00 

11.690.00 

206.875.00 
1,850,000.00 

10,000.00 

300,000.00 

55.340.00 


$ 4,290.44 

(Net) 


81.71 $ 

4,150.97 

49,504.46 

18,923.14 

6,029.48 

7,548.02 

25,037.49 

221.62 

1,743.88 

1,160.08 

372.97 

11,366.81 

91,027.53 

925.00 

49,098.60 

27,618.37 


48 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 


Actual Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT — Continued : 
Highways Department: 


1501. Minister’s office ? 

1502. General administration 

1550. Motor vehicle branch 

Industry and Development Department: 

1601. Minister’s office 

1602. General administration 

1606. Co-operative activities and Credit Union branch 

1607. Provincial Marketing Board 

Labour Department: 

1701. Minister’s office 

1702. General administration 

Lands and Forests Department: 

1801. Minister’s office 

1802. General Administration 

1803. Advisory Board and Committees 

Legislation: 

1905. Auditor’s office 

1908. Data processing centre 

Mines and Minerals Department: 

2002. General Administration 

2014. Right of Entry Arbitration Board 

Municipal Affairs Department: 

2101. Minister’s office 

2102. General administration 

2103. Machine accounting branch 

2104. Public relations 

2106. Alberta Assessment Appeal Board 

2107. Assessment Commissioner and Alberta Assessment 

Equalization Board 

2115. Municipal inspection branch 

2116. Field service 

2117. Assessment branch 

2121. Public Utilities Board administration 

Provincial Secretary’s Department: 

2201. Minister’s office 

2202. General administration 

2204. The amusements branch 

2205. Companies branch 

2207. Insurance branch 

2211. Fuel oil tax branch 

Public Health Department: 

2401. Minister’s office 

2402. General administration 

2409. Civil service nurse 

Public Welfare Department: 

2501. Minister’s office 

2502. General administration 

2510. Public assistance, administration expenses 

2513. Public assistance, single men, administration expenses .... 

Public Works Department: 

2601. Minister’s office 

2602. General administration 

2606. Public buildings staff 

2608. Mechanical branch 

2610/1. Legislative buildings and grounds 

20. Land titles building, Calgary 

32. Heating plant, Calgary 

39. Various small buildings 

42. Natural resources building, Edmonton 

43. Lands and Forests offices 

49. Provincial building, Peace River 

53. Treasury branches 

55. Public Works Building, Edmonton 

56. Provincial building, Calgary 

57. Highway traffic board, weigh scales 

59. Provincial building, Lethbridge 

60. Provincial building, Edson 

61. Provincial building, St. Paul 

63. Miscellaneous small offices 

64. Provincial building, South Edmonton 

66. Provincial building, Athabasca 

69. Government offices, Calgary 

70. Provincial building, Grande Prairie 

71. Provincial building, Vegreville 

72. Provincial building, Fort Macleod 

73. Provincial building, Brooks 

74. Provincial building, Bonnyville 

75. Alberta office building, Edmonton 

76. Provincial building, Cardston 

77. Alberta Jasper building, Edmonton 

78. Provincial building, Lacombe 

79. Provincial building, Vermilion 

80. Provincial building, Olds 

81. Provincial building, Red Deer 

84. Provincial building, Ponoka ” 

87. Administration building, Edmonton 


20,348.91 ? 

21,200.00 ? 

* 

851.09 

321,802.71 

355,890.00 


34,087.29 

1,429,325.49 

1,465,260.00 


35,934.51 

10,002.39 

10,050.00 


47.61 

63,200.37 

64,980.00 


1,779.63 

140,968.51 

151,670.00 


10,701.49 

46,912.99 

49,030.00 


2,117.01 

17,437.00 

16,950.00 

487.00 


52,418.70 

51,655.00 

763.70 


19,197.74 

19,500.00 


302.26 

280,458.31 

279,300.00 

1,158.31 


657.55 

2,000.00 


1,342.45 

432,182.92 

446,220.00 


14,037.08 

246,213.69 

373,480.00 


127,266.31 

158,889.98 

160,665.00 


1,775.02 

74,847.07 

81,825.00 


6,977.9 3 

19,209.87 

19,225.00 


15.13 

333,312.78 

339,495.00 


6,182.22 

180,001.36 

181,055.00 


1,053.64 

12,064.76 

13,380.00 


1,315.24 

36,941.66 

35,380.00 

1,561.66 


78,012.74 

90,940.00 


12,927.26 

88,908.54 

91,920.00 


3,011.46 

304,699.56 

324,400.00 


19,700.44 

489,152.64 

517,680.00 


28,527.36 

100,018.02 

125,590.00 


25,571.98 

12,094.36 

11,680.00 

414.36 


133,579.46 

137,950.00 


4,370.54 

52,567.91 

54,470.00 


1,902.09 

99,612.94 

101,810.00 


2,197.06 

64,784.85 

68,350.00 


3,565.15 

153,832.62 

160,710.00 


6,877.38 

17,463.89 

17,300.00 

163.89 


126,283.99 

156,000.00 


29,716.01 

10,383.40 

8,900.00 

1,483.40 


16,934.08 

17,080.00 


145.92 

317,212.48 

287,630.00 

29,582.48 


200,290.49 

199,500.00 

790.49 


72,630.12 

73,670.00 


1,039.88 

16,574.47 

19,300.00 


2,725.53 

285,386.43 

270,875.00 

14,511.43 

799,975.18 

885,760.00 


85,784.82 

49,587.50 

48,700.00 

887.50 

563,294.14 

595,070.00 


31,775.86 

13,076.45 

17,040.00 


3,963.55 

21,565.48 

25,980.00 


4,414.52 

266,144.13 

237,340.00 

28,804.13 

158,402.25 

165,700.00 


7,297.75 

137,201.99 

127,450.00 

9,751.99 


24,899.47 

26,100.00 

1,200.53 

207,371.15 

259,360.00 


51,988.85 

63,095.67 

59,360.00 

3,735.67 

25,049.72 

19,190.00 

5,859.72 


16,538.51 

8,800.00 

7,738.51 


3,705.91 

5,260.00 

1,554.09 

18,908.66 

15,160.00 

3,748.66 

9,258.44 

8,620.00 

638.44 


38.00 

340.00 


302.00 

1,755.33 

2,250.00 


494.67 

3,009.28 

4,030.00 


1,020.72 

18,026.05 

19,300.00 


1,273.95 

31,051.88 

32,080.00 


1,028.12 

4,860.42 

6,110.00 


1,249.58 

1,173.39 

1,560.00 


386.61 

2,190.64 

1,900.00 

290.64 


8,993.20 

4,730.00 

4,263.20 


33,147.55 

37,690.00 


4,542.45 

415.06 

565.00 


149.94 

59,507.15 

63,500.00 


3,992.85 

4,831.67 

4,080.00 

751.67 

10,095.01 

8,490.00 

1,605.01 


1,789.38 

1,180.00 

609.38 


15,843.55 

11,580.00 

4,263.55 


1,129.71 

1,210.00 

80.29 

187,866.64 

176,010.00 

11,856.64 



REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


49 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 
Particulars Actual Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT — Continued : 

Public Works Department — Continued'. 

2610/88. Department of Public Works shops, Edmonton $ 73,767.82 $ 

90. Mines and Minerals offices 26,896.12 

91. Provincial building, Drumheller 13,453.43 

92. Liquor store, West Edmonton 177.34 

93. Land titles building, Edmonton 83,239.46 

94. Provincial building, Rocky Mountain House 2,806.85 

101. Alberta office building, Calgary 30,141.00 

102. Alberta block, Edmonton 81,076.16 

103. Public works reserves 2,384.18 

104. Maintenance supervisors and inspectors 193,258.61 

105. Terrace building, Edmonton 103,770.29 

106. Provincial building, Stettler 1,461.90 

110. Provincial building, Lac La Biche 23,211.97 

112. Highways building, Edmonton 284,673.09 

115. New Conservation Board building, Calgary 28,920.34 

116. Provincial building, Mayerthorpe 9,387.07 

117. Provincial building, Hanna 9,877.91 

121. Provincial building, Westlock 3,472.90 

122. Rawleigh building, Edmonton 48,650.50 

123. Provincial building, Two Hills 1,180.56 

124. Administration building, Lethbridge 47,018.82 

125. Empress stores building, Calgary 41,661.24 

126. Government offices. 104th Street, Edmonton 116,263.62 

127. Provincial building, Barrhead 15,617.94 

128. Queen’s Printer’s building, Edmonton 34,562.41 

129. Provincial building, Camrose 14,637.87 

133. Municipal affairs building 43,756.47 

134. Provincial building, Innisfail 635.56 

2614/1. Legislative building, Edmonton, power plant 194,110.40 

Treasury Department: 

2701. Minister’s office 17,834.02 

2702. General administration 97,654.14 

2708. Surveys and commissions 2,560.96 

2709. Guarantee bonds on public servants 1,634.40 

2710. Assessment by Workmen’s Compensation Board in respect 

of injuries to provincial government employees 124,971.10 

2720. Retirement annuities and salary deduction branch 15,951.80 

2723. Queen’s Printer office 15,693.10 

2724. Alberta gazette 36,012.45 

2725. Purchasing agency 132,985.30 

2726. Treasury branches 2,607,180.15 

Vocational Training: 

2802. General administration, Education Department 40,088.81 

Special Warrant: 

Local authorities board 23,521.16 


53.210.00 # 
25.320.C0 

15.320.00 
600.00 

88.650.00 
3,480.00' 

28,650:00 

81.390.00 

7.000. 00 

192.480.00 

174.730.00 
2,080.00 

21.050.00 

240.130.00 

36.680.00 

9.010.00 

13.310.00 

5.660.00 

50.425.00 

1.625.00 

37.300.00 

28.820.00 
1 15,0C0.00 

12.450.00 

27.485.00 

12.460.00 

43.430.00 

2.565.00 

183.045.00 

17.900.00 

90.080.00 

10.000. 00 
2,000.00 

125,000.00 

16,000.00 

15.760.00 

33.800.00 

138.030.00 
2,840,920.00 

41.890.00 


20,557.82 g 
1,576.12 


778.61 


2,161.97 

44,543.09 


377.07 


9,718.82 

12,841.24 

1,263.62 

3,167.94 

7,077.41 

2,177.87 

326.47 


11,065.40 


1,866.57 

422.66 

5,410.54 

673T5 


313.84 

4,615.82 


70,959.71 

618.10 


7,759.66 


3.432.09 

2.187.10 
1,774.50 

444.44 


1,929.44 


7,574.14 


65.98 


7,439.04 

365.60 


28.90 

48.20 

66.90 

2,212.45 

5,044.70 

; 233,739.85 

1,801.19 

23,521.16 


$ 18,321,045.74 $ 19,062,030.00 


740,984.26 

(Net) 


MISCELLANEOUS: 

Public Works Department: 

2610/25. Emergency repairs $ $ 

37. Storage and repair shop, Edmonton 43,026.34 

38. Storage and repair shop, Calgary 39,986.51 

40. Rental contingency 

41. Storage and repair shop, Fort Macleod 11,783.56 

111. Public works warehouse, Edmonton 14,885.91 

114. Public works warehouse, Calgary 939.93 

2620. Government automobile service 76,370.11 

Treasury Department: 

2703. Unforseen and Unprovided for 10,242.64 

2705. Remissions 9,232.81 

Special Warrant: 

Printing of booklet entitled "Laws of Interest to the 

Women of Alberta” 428.68 


10.000. 00 g 

50.600.00 

48.760.00 

50.000. 00 

15.130.00 

14.840.00 
1,850.00 

81.610.00 

10.000. 00 
10,000.00 


$ 10,000.00 

7,573.66 

8,773.49 

50,000.00 

3,346.44 

45.91 

910.07 

5,239.89 

242.64 

767.19 


428.68 


$ 206,896.49 $ 292,790.00 ? 85,893.51 

(Net) 


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: 

Attorney General’s Department: 

1204. Securities commission 

1206. Law libraries 

1207. Incidental justice 

1208. Contingencies 

1211. Coroner’s inquests and investigations 

1216. Supreme and district courts and sheriff’s offices 

1217. Process issuers 

1218. Official court reporters 

1219. Judges of the district court 

1220. Magistrates 

1225. Agents of the Attorney General 

1226. Public defence 

1227. Witnesses, jurors and interpreters 

1236. Royal Canadian Mounted Police 


79,904.59 g 

77,885.00 $ 

2,019.59 ? 


15,014.25 

17,960.00 

2,945.75 

24,256.01 

21,450.00 

2,806.01 

4,549.10 

3,500.00 

1,049.10 


55,447.46 

57,190.00 


1,742.54 

594,589.54 

618,450.00 


23,860.46 

1,596.37 

1,700.00 


103.63 

277,781.40 

271,350.00 

6,431.40 


35,607.54 

35,460.00 

147.54 


451,832.85 

441,200.00 

10,632.85 


133,642.15 

116,710.00 

16,932.15 


15,915.30 

19,050.00 


3,134^70 

72,029.61 

75,100.00 


3,070.39 

1,662,700.83 

1,709,690.00 


46,989.17 


50 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 
EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE — Continued: 
Attorney General’s Department — Continued'. 

1237. Inspection service branch 

1238. 

1245. 

1246. 

1247. 

1250. 

1251. 

1252. 

1253. 

1254. 

1255. 


2610/3. 

4. 

5. 

6 . 

7. 

8 . 

9. 
10 . 
11 . 
12 . 

13. 

14. 

35. 

36. 

67. 

68 . 

119. 

15. 

16. 
18. 
30. 

2612/4. 

5. 

10 . 
12 . 
14. 
16. 

2614/4. 

5. 

2615/2. 

3. 


Municipal police training 

Juvenile offender’s branch 

Adult probation branch 

Belmont hostel 

Alberta institution for girls 

Belmont rehabilitation centre 

Bowden institution 

Calgary provincial gaol 

Provincial gaol, Fort Saskatchewan 

Provincial gaol, Lethbridge 

Public Works Department: 

Court houses: 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Fort Macleod 

Medicine Hat 

Red Deer 

Wetaskiwin 

Stettler 

Fort Saskatchewan 

Cardston 

Lethbridge 

Camrose 

Hanna 

Vegreville 

Grande Prairie 

Blairmore 

Drumheller 

Peace River 

Police magistrates offices 

Rental of halls for district courts 

Legal offices, Taber 

Police buildings 

Provincial gaol, Fort Saskatchewan, maintenance . 

Provincial gaol, Lethbridge, maintenance 

Bowden institution, maintenance 

Rehabilitation centre, Edmonton, maintenance .... 

Provincial gaol, Calgary, maintenance 

Alberta institution for girls, maintenance 

Provincial gaol, Fort Saskatchewan, power plant 

Provincial gaol, Lethbridge, power plant 

Provincial institution, Bowden, heating plant 

Rehabilitation centre, Edmonton, heating plant .... 

Alberta institution for girls, heating plant 

Provincial gaol, Calgary, heating plant 


AGRICULTURE: 

Agriculture Department: 

1103. Postage 

1104. Miscellaneous grants 

1105. Contingencies 

1109. Agricultural Societies Act 

1110. Official judges at agricultural exhibitions 

1111. Exhibits, including premiums and assistance to exhibitors 

at Royal, International and other shows 

1112. Agricultural extension branch, administration 

1113. District agriculturists 

1114. Women’s extension work 

1115. Farm labour supervision 

1118. Assistance for construction of dams and dug-outs in the 

Peace River region 

1119. Radio and information branch 

1121. Field crops, salaries 

1122. Field crops, crop improvement 

1123. Field crops, weed control and soil conservation 

1124. Field crops, control of agricultural pests 

1125. Provincial horticultural station, Brooks 

1126. Tree nursery, Oliver 

1127. Apiculture 

1128. Agricultural Service Board Act 

1131. Livestock, general 

1132. Livestock, salaries, horned cattle trust 

1136. Dairy work 

1138. Fur farm administration 

1141. Office of the director of veterinary services, 

administration 

1142. Control of animal diseases, brucellosis in cattle ..." 

1143. Inspection, stockyards 

1144. Certified swine health program 

1146. Poultry industry 

1151. School of agriculture head office 

1152, School of agriculture, Olds 


421.23 $ 
20,190.00 
250.00 

40.929.24 
2,510.04 

16.170.75 

99.523.82 
444,156.93 
162,166.27 
214,520.85 

8,365.20 

81,981.93 

198,813.04 

41,197.73 

106,153.16 

48.972.76 
84,197.22 

42.261.83 
8,798.76 

216,934.49 

247,199.29 

36,312.53 

229,558.65 

11.419.24 

168,585.40 

324,899.69 

115,504.72 

488.22 

120,760.03 

25,531.21 

J23.798.16 


23.O0C.OO 

500.00 

42.0C0.00 

3.700.00 

21.950.00 

112.430.00 

455.650.00 

180.555.00 

242.400.00 

15,000.00 

84.740.C0 

209.380.00 

39.760.00 

107.150.00 

59.700.00 

79.930.00 

39.950.00 

11 . 220.00 

246.800.00 

265.775.00 

36.660.00 

239.380.00 

12.030.00 

169.280.00 

254.900.00 

100.550.00 

1.650.00 

138.785.00 

26.155.00 

324.735.00 


421.23 $ 


4,267.22 

2,311.83 


69,999.69 

14,954.72 




In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

? 314,113.80 $ 

320,675.00 $ 

* 

6,561.20 

22.C72.96 

20,000.00 

2,072.96 


368,980.76 

379,585.00 


10,604.24 

141,055.58 

145,950.00 


4,894.42 

30,127.40 

28,675.00 

1,45 2^40 


182,541.54 

189,205.00 


6,663.46 

277,108.99 

29C, 420.00 


13,311.01 

515,142.28 

485,865.00 

29,277.28 


469,434.60 

420,920.00 

48,514.60 


691,154.90 

714,395.00 


23,240.10 

399,808.90 

404,920.00 


5,111.10 

41,516.00 

32,190.00 

9,326.00 


92,816.08 

105,290.00 


12,473.92 

4,832.05 

5,400.00 


567.95 

20,646.00 

25,690.00 


5,044.00 

2C.191.27 

17,980.00 

2,211.27 


11,529.59 

10,790.00 

739.59 


5,585.28 

6,670.00 


1,084.72 

883.40 

910.00 


26.60 

6,088.49 

7,430.00 


1,341.51 

22,361.93 

25,840X0 


3,478.0 7 

938.26 

1,380.00 


441.74 

9,758.13 

7,455.00 

2,303.13 


9,346.89 

11,200.00 


1,853.11 

26,081.04 

27,760.00 


1,678.96 

5,793.78 

7,520.00 


1,726.22 

19,415.44 

21,940.00 


2,524.56 

28,508.81 

26,410.00 

2,098.81 


18,624.29 

16,370.00 

2,254.29 


12,524.00 

10,000.00 

2,524.00 


723.00 

740.00 


17.00 

10,289.26 

20,960.00 


10,670.74 

46,144.63 

68,430.00 


22,285.37 

42,416.05 

74,200.00 


31,783.95 

53,608.99 

65,180.00 


11,571.01 

28,520.54 

30,140.00 


1,619.46 

88,033.05 

29,890.00 

58,143.05 


22,103.89 

12,740.00 

9,363.89 


65,283.35 

70,71C.00 


5,426.65 

69,123.10 

69,120.00 

3.10 


73,442.73 

76,080.00 


2,637.27 

46,217.74 

49,340.00 


3,122.26 

36,817.93 

41,045.00 


4,227.07 

67,105.75 

. 76,895.00 


9,789.25 

£ 7,843,679.45 $ 

7,921,000.00 

$ 

77,320.55 

(Net) 


2,810.00 

250.00 

1,070.76 

1,189.96 

5,779.25 

12,906.18 

11,493.07 

18,388.73 

27,879.15 

6,634.80 

2,758.07 

10,566.96 


996.84 

10,727.24 


2,421.24 

29,865.51 

18,575.71 

347.47 

9,821.35 

610.76 

694.60 


1,161.78 

18,024.97 

623.79 

936.84 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


51 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 


Actual Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


AGRICULTURE — Continued : 

Agriculture Department — Continued : 

1153. School of agriculture, Vermilion # 

1154. School of agriculture, Fairview 

1155. 4-H clubs 

1158. Farm economics branch 

1159. Farm Purchase Credit Act 

1160. Marketing of agricultural products 

1162. Land utilization 

1163. Irrigated land development service 

Municipal Affairs Department: 

2118. Special Areas Board 

2122. Milk control 

Public Works Department: 

2610/24. Agricultural school, Gleichen 

85. Pathological laboratory, Edmonton 

2612/3a. Poultry farm, Oliver 

Vocational Training: 

2807. Rural courses, dairying, electrification and welding 

Special Warrant: 

Emergency freight assistance on movement of fodder, 
feed grain, livestock and haying equipment and 
payment of fodder bank subsidy 


264,235.89 $ 
202,567.50 
94,700.32 . 
56,039.55 
104,198.60 

293.610.00 $ 

81.940.00 

109.995.00 

70.310.00 

99.730.00 
100.00 

f 

120,627.50 

4,468.60 

29,374.11 

15,294.68 

14,270.45 

100.00 

49,542.99 

285,274.33 

57,630.00 

326,060.00 


8,087.01 

40,785.67 

190,020.42 

41,183.28 

210,705.00 

35,020.00 

6,163.28 

20,684.58 

895.82 

21,293.41 

3,650.39 

140.00 

19,060.00 

6,430.00 

755.82 

2,233.41 

2,779.61 

13,210.18 

25,110.00 


11,899.82 

293,643.51 


293,643.51 



| 5,063,028.58 £ 4,881,555.00 $ 181,473.58 

(Net) 


PUBLIC DOMAIN, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 
Agriculture Department: 

1166. Water resources 

1167. Operation Little Bow diversion canal 

1168. Surveys and construction for stabilization of lake levels, 

water power, etc 

Executive Council: 

1405. Provincial office, Ottawa 

1430. Research Council of Alberta 

Industry and Development Department: 

1604. Bureau of statistics 

1608. The Alberta Power Commission 

1609. Industrial development and immigration 

1610. Publicity bureau 

1612. Film and photographic bureau 

1613. Southern area office 

1614. Alberta travel bureau 

1615. Restoration of historic sites 

Lands and Forests Department: 

1804. Technical division 

1805. Registration division 

1815. Alberta forest service, forest administration branch 

1816. Alberta forest service, forest management branch 

1817. Alberta forest service, rocky mountains forest reserve 

1819. Eastern Rockies Forest Conservation Board 

1821. Alberta forest service, forest protection branch 

1823. Forest and prairie fires suppression 

1824. Alberta forest service, forest surveys branch 

1825. Alberta forest service, aircraft operations 

1826. Alberta forest service, radio branch 

1828. Alberta forest service, forestry training school 

1835. Fish and wildlife division 

1836. Destruction of pests 

1837. Commercial fisheries 

1845. Lands division 

1846. Provincial parks 

Mines and Minerals Department: 

2004. Pipe line division 

2005. Geological division 

2006. Mines division 

2007. Mineral rights division 

2008. Mineral taxation division 

2009. Oil and Gas Conservation Board 

2010. Technical division 

2011. Abandonment of mining properties 

2013. Gas Resources Preservation Act 

2015. Supervisory and safety training program 

2016. Geophysical branch 

Municipal Affairs Department: 

2109. Provincial Planning Advisory Board 

2119. Town planning 

Provincial Secretary’s Department: 

2214. Auditorium — Edmonton 

2215. Auditorium — Calgary 

2217. Office of agent general, London, England 

2222. Provincial museum 

Public Works Department: 

2610/52. Auditorium, Edmonton 

113. Alberta Research Council, Edmonton 

120. Auditorium, Calgary 


215,606.07 $ 

241,000.00 $ 

# 

25,393.93 

240.00 

1,000.00 


760.00 

4,222.21 

7,850.00 


3,627.79 

11,695.84 

9,860.00 

1,835.84 


1,131,167.69 

1,133,100.00 


1,932.31 

77,639.97 

83,170.00 


5,530.03 

41,008.53 

41,540.00 


531.47 

46,433.45 

53,090.00 


6,656.55 

127,719.83 

133,690.00 


5,970.17 

83,707.52 

88.270.C0 


4,562.48 

18,555.64 

23,710.00 


5,154.36 

192,193.36 

187,600.00 

4,593.36 


11,373.01 

24,990.00 


13,616.99 

347,265.64 

391,870.00 


44,604.36 

124,904.81 

131.5C0.00 


6,595.19 

89,797.21 

123,540.00 


33,742.79 

374,174.03 

335,540.00 

38,634.03 


958,053.13 

974,560.00 


16,506.87 

45,337.92 

54,800.00 


9.462.C8 

2,868,119.57 

2,832,900.00 

35,219.57 


2,452,000.08 

300,000.00 

2,152,000.08 


289,836.88 

299,020.00 


9,183.12 

272,599.74 

393,030.00 


120,430.26 

339,858.67 

336,830.00 

3/)28'67 


42,893.21 

56,580.00 


13,686.79 

643,355.55 

697,460.00 


54,104.45 

8,689.78 

6, 000. CO 

2,689.78 


156,232.93 

176,870.00 


20,637.07 

671,787.16 

690,510.00 


18,722.84 

648,881.10 

851,930.00 


203,048.90 

81,175.46 

88,955.00 


7,779.54 

3,606.68 

4,100.00 


493.32 

67,056.88 

72,740.00 


5,683.12 

258,985.38 

261,945.00 


2,959.62 

82,765.54 

87,360.00 


4,594.46 

735,906.79 

785,000.00 


49,093.21 

212,970.27 

230,125.00 


17,154.73 

107,736.96 

110,000.00 


2,263.04 

421.51 

2,000.00 


1,578.49 

3,600.00 

3,600.00 



49,794.01 

59,595.00 


9,800.99 

207,079.97 

201,200.00 

5,879.97 


147,853.42 

187,020.00 


39,166.58 

70,065.67 

75,820.00 


5,754.33 

65,482.26 

74,530.00 


9,047.74 

58,960.15 

58,710.00 

250.15 



4,500.00 


4,500.00 

201,285.96 

223,250.00 


21,964.04 

109,517.80 

102,360.00 

7,157.80 


228,412.70 

220,900.00 

7,512.70 



52 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 
EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


PUBLIC DOMAIN, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT— 
Continued'. 

Special Warrants: 

Erecting, equipping and operating of a pilot plant at the 

Alberta Clear Hills Iron Deposit $ 

Canmore Golf Association to assist with the establishment 
of a new golf course ...... 


PUBLIC WELFARE, INSTITUTIONS AND CHARITABLE 
GRANTS: 

Agriculture Department: 

1170. Alberta Emergency Measures Organization 

Attorney General’s Department: 

1209. Committal of the mentally incompetent 

Education Department: 

1310. Teacher’s pension fund 

1311. Allowances to aged teachers 

Industry and Development Department: 

1605. Licensing of trades and businesses branch 

Labour Department: 

1703. Employment liaison branch 

17C4. Tradesmen’s Qualification Act 

1705. Board of Industrial Relations 

1706. The Factories Act 

1707. The Welding Act 

1708. The Electrical Protection Act 

1709. The Boilers Act 

1710. The Gas Protection Act 

Municipal Affairs Department: 

2110. Municipal winter works incentive program 

Provincial Secretary’s Department: 

2208. Fire prevention branch 

2213. Cultural activities 

2216. Advisory Board on Objectionable Publications 

2221. Recreational facilities 

Public Health Department: 

2405. Division of vital statistics 

2408. Professional acts 

2410. Alcoholism foundation of Alberta 

2411. Health services, extension program 

2412. Hospital construction grant 

2414. Communicable diseases 

2415. Health units and grants for public health services 

2416. Public health nursing 

2417. Dental health services 

2418. Public health education 

2419. Entomology and vector control 

2420. Poison control services 

2421. Public health laboratories 

2422. Division of social hygiene 

2425. Division of sanitary engineering 

2428. Industrial health services 

2430. Division of medical services 

2433. Insulin and other special drugs 

2434. Emergency air ambulance services 

2436. Nursing Aides Act 

2437. Laboratory and X-ray school 

2440. Poliomyelitis Sufferers Act 

2441. Medical rehabilitation services 

2442. Division of cerebral palsy clinics 

2443. Division of arthritis services 

2447. Blindness control services 

2450. Division of cancer services 

2453. Hospitals division 

2455. Division of tuberculosis control 

2456. Aberhart Memorial Sanatorium 

2457. Baker Memorial Sanatorium 

2460. Division of mental health 

2463. Provincial mental hospital, Ponoka 

2464. Provincial mental hospital farm, Ponoka 

2465. Provincial mental institute, Edmonton 

2466. Provincial mental institute farm, Edmonton 

2467. Rosehaven, Camrose 

2468. Provincial auxiliary mental hospital, ciaresholm 

2469. Provincial auxiliary mental hospital, Raymond 

2472. Emotionally disturbed children’s program 

2475. Provincial training school, Red Deer 

2477. Deerhome, Red Deer 

Public Welfare Department: 

2505. Child welfare 

2506. Child welfare, grants 

2511. Public assistance, improvement districts and special areas 

2512. Public assistance and allowances, provincial 


37,007.93 $ 
3,800.00 


37,007.93 $ 
3,800.00 


$ 15,028,835.87 g 13,535,520.00 £ 


1,493,315.87 

(Net) 


539,963.35 

$ 578,920.00 $ 

$ 

38,956.65 

4,837.20 

5,800.00 


962.80 


100.00 


100.00 

1,380.00 

2,000.00 


620.00 

67,200.85 

66,940.00 

260.85 


10,709.71 

11,670.00 


960.29 

34,913.69 

34,920.00 


6.31 

342,974.78 

372,610.00 


29,635.22 

112,854.46 

118,000.00 


5,145.54 

63,085.92 

71,460.00 


8,374.08 

387,544.83 

406,990.00 


19,445.17 

335,652.5 6 

356,295.00 


20,642.44 

208,313.51 

231,870.00 


23,556.49 

3,699,991.44 

2,500,000.00 

1,199,991.44 


113,492.28 

116,830.00 


3,337.72 

347,551.19 

394,610.00 


47,058.81 

1,463.51 

2,960.00 


1,496.49 

1,337,218.90 

1,500.000.00 


162,781.10 

104,836.29 

108,000.00 


3,163.71 

1,181.36 

700.00 

481.36 


250,000.00 

250,000.00 



1,393,171.87 

1,690,000.00 


296,828.13 

3,986,173.93 

2,500,000.00 

1,486,173.93 


125,487.37 

140,500.00 


15,012.63 

1,233,617.46 

1,260,500.00 


26,882.54 

158,204.20 

155,200.00 

3,004.20 


9,664.60 

25,200.00 


15,535.40 

25,836.11 

42,500.00 


16,663.89 

23,474.67 

22,300.00 

1,174.67 


5,216.22 

5,500.00 


283.78 

598,000.00 

598,000.00 



104,188.85 

98,600.00 

5,588.85 


179,138.36 

190,200.00 


11,061.64 


15,500.00 


15,500.00 

1,721,267.23 

1,852,300.00 


131,032.77 

29,345.44 

50,000.00 


20,654.56 

13,728.12 

22,000.00 


8,271.88 

358,918.70 

338,000.00 

20,918.70 


27,718.18 

31,100.00 


3,381.82 

102,975.10 

147,500.00 


44,524.90 

12,483.03 

30,000.00 


17,516.97 

119,794.02 

120,100.00 


305.98 

15,586.80 

17,000.00 


1,413.20 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 

1,040,962.40 

1,118,000.00 


77,037.60 

48,261,646.39 

50,858,800.00 


2,597,153.61 

169,058.90 

161,800.00 

7,258.90 


1,062,857.46 

1,050,000.00 

12,857.46 


1,044,021.62 

1,035,200.00 

8,821.62 


297,419.59 

261,500.00 

35,919.59 


2,505,063.21 

2,474,000.00 

31,063.21 


7 5,624.46 

85,000.00 


9,375.54 

2,632,264.93 

2,563,000.00 

69,264.93 


43,295.69 

46,800.00 


3,504.31 

770,911.10 

718,000.00 

52,911.10 


158,485.20 

242,000.00 


83,514.80 

150,754.92 

127,500.00 

23,254.92 


66,989.66 

81,000.00 


14,010.34 

1,763,742.36 

1,685,000.00 

78,742.36 


1,745,417.14 

1,739,000.00 

6,417.14 


2,718,922.42 

2,595,970.00 

122,952.42 


39,535.75 

44,000.00 


4,464.25 

150,443.30 

90,500.00 

59,943.30 


4,472,938.59 

6,850,500.00 


2,377,561.41 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


53 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 
Particulars Actual Estimates 


In Excess of Less than 

Estimates Estimates 


PUBLIC WELFARE, INSTITUTIONS AND CHARITABLE 
GRANTS — Continued : 

Public Welfare Department — Continued : 

2514. Provincial hostels # 321,938.12 

2515. Gunn Welfare Centre 30,576.44 

2516. Rehabilitation of disabled persons 2,234.66 

2517. Rehabilitation of disabled persons, grants 23,709.50 

2518. Grants to municipalities 2,672,566.30 

2520. Old age assistance 4,065,198.89 

2521. Blind persons’ allowances 301,816.50 

2522. Disabled persons’ allowances 1,132,859.72 

2523. Mothers’ allowances 1,879,195.00 

2524. Widows’ pensions 446,236.02 

2525. Disabled persons’ pensions 1,284,534.44 

2526. Supplementary allowances to recipients of old age security 3,483,579.92 

2527. Supplementary allowances to recipients of old age 

assistance 829,596.83 

2528. Supplementary allowances to recipients of blind persons’ 

allowances 58,758.25 

2529. Supplementary allowances to recipients of disabled 

persons’ allowances 1,700.00 

2530. Regional offices 1,027,140.90 

2532. Homes for the aged 11,591.32 

2534. Metis rehabilitation 175,404.01 

Public Works Department: 

2610/34. Provincial clinics 134,537.83 

48. Ogden hostel, Calgary 24,930.04 

82. Provincial health guidance clinic, Edmonton 13,639.97 

97. Nurses’ aide training school, Calgary 12,412.70 

99. Civil defence building, Edmonton 14,180.05 

107. Civil defence rescue building, Edmonton 586.23 

108. Single men’s hostel, Edmonton 51,288.57 

118. Civil defence control, Calgary 9.29 

132. Society for the rehabilitation of the handicapped, 

Edmonton 20,624.74 

2612/1. Provincial mental hospital, Ponoka 263,182.05 

2. Provincial training school, Red Deer 135,502.87 

3. Provincial mental institute, Edmonton 261,715.01 

6. Baker Memorial Sanatorium, Calgary 132,192.76 

7. Provincial auxiliary hospital, Claresholm 35,062.12 

8. Provincial auxiliary hospital, Raymond 45,677.96 

9. Rosehaven, Camrose 81,378.75 

11. Aberhart Memorial Sanatorium, Edmonton 129,629.21 

13. Deerhome institution, Red Deer 128,097.04 

15. Rosecrest home for children, Edmonton 7,930.99 

17. Welfare centre, Gunn 5,221.44 

2614/3. Provincial mental hospital, Ponoka 179,258.70 

6. Provincial mental institute, Edmonton 148,963.06 

7. Baker Memorial Sanatorium, Calgary 79,947.78 

8. Provincial training school, Red Deer 100,473.48 

9. Deerhome institution, Red Deer 126,935.77 

11. Provincial auxiliary hospital, Claresholm 72,020.53 

2615/1. Rosehaven, Camrose 72,618.79 

2624. Grants to municipalities for swimming pools 42,000.00 

2625. Grants for construction of police buildings 625,902.77 

2626. Grants to municipalities in lieu of taxes 

Treasury Department: 

2706. Grants and allowances 547,640.70 


2707. Grants under municipal assistance act 15,000,000.00 

Statutory: 

The Blind Workmen’s Compensation Act 568.32 

Special Warrant: 

City of Edmonton as compensation for loss in tax revenue 
as a result of certain changes in rates and methods of 
assessment 143,414.97 


# 263,550.00 # 

37.150.00 

17.450.00 

25.000. 00 
1,080,000.00 

4.360.000. 00 

310.000. 00 

1.230.000. 00 

1 . 000 . 000.00 

535.000. 00 

1.520.000. 00 

2.400.000. 00 

620.000. 00 

40.000. 00 

2,000.00 

987.710.00 

13.810.00 

153.680.00 

130.850.00 

22.850.00 

17.490.00 

10.940.00 

13.480.00 
860.00 

59.970.00 


21,110.00 

294.220.00 

153.460.00 

243.990.00 

111,000.00 

42.175.00 

52.960.00 

88.270.00 

139.280.00 

112.820.00 
2,470.00 

11 . 100.00 

182.250.00 

150.440.00 

83.635.00 

109.730.00 

113.940.00 

81.980.00 

76.350.00 

21,000.00 

745.600.00 
2,800,000.00 

551.945.00 
15,000,000.00 

568.32 


58,388.12 # 


1,592,566.30 


879,195.00 

1,083, 579~92 
209,596.83 
18,758.25 

39^431X90 

21,724.01 

3,687.83 

2,080.04 

1,472.70 

700.05 


SX29 


17,725.01 

21,192.76 


15,277.04 

5,460.99 


12,995.77 


2i,6o6!66 


6,573.56 

15,215.34 

1,290.50 


294,801.11 

8,138.50 

97,140.28 


88,763.98 

235,465.56 


300.00 


2,218.68 


3,850.03 


273.77 

8,681.43 


485.26 

31,037.95 

17,957.13 


7,112.88 

7,282.04 

6,891.25 

9,650.79 


5,878.56 

2,991.30 

1,476.94 

3,687.22 

9,256.52 


9,959.47 

3,731.21 


119,697.23 

2,800,000.00 

4,304.30 


143,414.97 


#123,765,737.49 #126,362,328.32 # 2,596,590.83 

. 


HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND FERRIES: 

Highways Department: 

1510. Roads branch maintenance, administration 

1511. Ferries, maintenance and operation 

1512. Main and secondary highways and access roads, 

maintenance 

1513. District highways and local roads grants to improvement 

districts 

1514. District highways and local roads grants to special areas .. 

1515. District highways and local roads grants to municipal 

districts 

1516. District highways and local roads special contigencies 

1518. District highways and local roads natural resources roads 

1530. Bridges, maintenance and replacement salaries 

1531. Bridges, maintenance and replacement main and secondary 

highways 

1532. Bridges, maintenance and replacement municipal and 

improvement district, bridges 


441,907.61 # 
321,527.63 

487,305.00 # 
360,000.00 

# 

45,397.39 

38,472.37 

5,254,434.59 

5,500,000.00 


245,565.41 

4,538,961.45 

150,000.00 

4,176,987.58 

2,953,477.92 

449,942.58 

255,881.27 

3.750.000. 00 

150.000. 00 

4.250.000. 00 

3.000. 000.00 

500.000. 00 
277,725.00 

788,961.45 



73.012.42 
46,522.08 

50.057.42 
21,843.73 

299,841.62 

300,000.00 


158.38 

2,996,816.21 

2,650,000.00 

346,816.21 



54 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


EXPENDITURE— INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 


Actual Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Esti mates 


HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND FERRIES — Continued : 

Highways Department — Continued: 

1533. Bridges, maintenance and replacement municipal and 


improvement district bridge approaches $ 537,326.90 $ 

1540. Highway safety control 55,754.67 

1541. Approach roads 537,754.26 

1542. Highways portion of five year program 1,730,947.45 

1551. Grants to municipalities for structures and roads 1,055,161.26 

1552. Highway repair shop 32,513.95 

Public Works Department: 

2610/100. Highway maintenance shops 96,767.00 

Special Warrant: 


Municipal winter works incentive program, brushing, 
clearing, preparation of fence posts, gravel crushing 
and stock piling, gravelling, construction and re- 
construction of local and market roads in improve- 
ment districts 858,685.15 


400,000.00 $ 

59.440.00 
1,000,000.00 
2,000,000.00 
1,250,000.00 

42.170.00 

100,640.00 


137,326.90 $ 


858,685.15 


3,685.33 

462.245.74 
269,052.55 

194.838.74 
9,656.05 

3,873.00 


COMMISSIONS AND FINES PAID TO MUNICIPALITIES 
AND REFUNDS: 

Attorney General’s Department: 

1210. Payment of fines under The Liquor Control Act 

Mines and Minerals Department: 

2012 Redemption of mineral titles 

Treasury Department: 

2704. Refunds of previous year’s revenue 


$ 

26,744,689.10 $ 

26,077,280.00 $ 

667,409.10 

(Net) 


$ 

218,463.92 $ 

20,172.94 

134,372.59 

170.000. 00 $ 

24,000.00 

150.000. 00 

48,463.92 $ 

3,827.06 

15,627.41 

$ 

373,009.45 $ 

344,000.00 $ 

29,009.45 

(Net) 



EXPENDITURE— CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND FERRIES: 


1581 

Surveys and compensation for lands 

1582 

Ferries, construction 

1583. 

Bridges, construction 

Main highways, construction 

1584. 

1587. 

Highway locations 

1589. 

Roads to resources, highways 

1590. 

Roads to resources, bridges 


$ 672,041.81 

19,999.86 
5,811,556.70 
29,447,981.33 
169,697.61 
2,733,974.81 
439,210.68 


$ 754,700.00 

20,000.00 
6,0C0,000.00 
31,651,640.00 
238,815.00 
3,036,000.00 
656,690X0 


$ 39,294,462.80 $ 42,357,845.00 


PUBLIC DOMAIN: 

1186. Land utilization $ 

1881. Aerial photography and forest inventory 

1882. Forestry Dominion-Provincial access roads, agreement 

2782. Brazeau Storage and Power Development 

Special Warrant: 

Purchase of land for establishment of a community 
grazing reserve 


118,454.94 $ 
27,748.61 
998,154.64 
2,977,628.46 


150,000.00 g 
39,450.00 
810,700.00 
4,010,000.00 


185,000.00 


$ 82,658.19 

.14 

188,443.30 

2,203,658.67 

69,117.39 

302,025.19 

217,479.32 


$ 3,063,382.20 


$ 31,545.06 

11,701.39 

187,454.64 

1,032,371.54 


185,000.00 


$ 4,306,986.65 ? 5,010,150.00 g 703,163.35 

(Net) 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT: 

2681. Furnishing and equipment $ 3,525,469.42 $ 3,615,950.00 $ $ 90,480.58 

2682. Sites and construction 22,570,702.47 23,922,100.00 1,351,397.53 

2684. Power plants construction 106,104.16 423,900.00 317,795.84 

Special Warrant: 

Purchase of electronic equipment for data processing 

centre of Provincial Auditor’s office 1,056,883.35 1,056,883.35 


$ 27,259,159.40 $ 27,961,950.00 


$ 7 02,790.60 

(Net) 


PUBLIC WORKS: 


1187. Construction, irrigation water supply, drainage projects, 

river bank protection work and flood control $ 493,848.73 $ 

1194. Construction of St. Mary and Milk Rivers development .. 381,825.57 

1197. Construction Bow River development 254,652.32 

1588. Wayside campsites 7,506.10 

Special Warrants: 

Construction of camp grounds and picnic areas along 

provincial highways 257,301.34 

Winter works program in connection with construction of 
camp grounds and picnic sites in provincial parks and 
Eastern Rockies forest conservation area 259,178.76 


450,000.00 $ 

492.880.00 

364.980.00 

20,000.00 


43,848.73 $ 


257,301.34 

259,178.76 


111,054.43 

110,327.68 

12,493.90 


? 1,654,312.82 $ 1,327,860.00 # 326,452.82 


REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


55 


STATEMENT No. 7— Continued 


EXPENDITURE— CAPITAL ACCOUNT — Continued 


Particulars 

RECOVERABLE ADVANCES AND PAYMENTS UNDER 
GUARANTEES: 

1181. Control of agricultural pests $ 

1182. Reserve supply seed grain 

1183. Agricultural relief 

1193. Colonization St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development .... 

1195. St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development 

1196. Colonization Bow River Development 

1198. Bow River Development 

1381. Students Assistance Act 

Statutory: 

Cattle-purchasing advance 

Farm Purchase Assurance Fund 

Farm Purchase Credit Act 

Feeders associations 

Highways stock advance 

New Towns Act: 

Wnitecourt 

Public trustee 

Public Works stock advance 

Queen’s Printer’s advance 

Rural electrification associations 

Rural Telephones Revolving Fund 

School book branch advance 

Secretary-treasurers of school districts, bond premiums .... 
Special Warrant: 

Working capital advance, Foothills Provincial General 
Hospital 


Actual Estimates 


206,285.20 # 

110,500.92 

2,400.03 

30,466.70 

72,010.00 

21,764.80 

41,682.38 

536.000. 00 

2,407.15 

18,043.77 

2,400,000.00 

14,585.59 

6,816,498.12 

150.000. 00 
3,000.00 

1,253,049.55 

1.245.315.72 
3,385.26 

390.000. 00 

2.340.557.72 
1,588.46 


1,500,000.00 


30,000.00 # 

112,200.00 

5.000. 00 

31.310.00 

72.010.00 

21.970.00 

42.700.00 

382.000. 00 

2,407.15 

18,043.77 

2,400.000.00 

14,585.59 

6,816,498.12 

150.000. 00 

3.000. 00 
1,253,049.55 

1.245.315.72 
3,385.26 

390.000. 00 

2.340.557.72 
1,588.46 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


176,285.20 


i54’boo!ob 


1,500,000.00 


# 17,159,541.37 # 15,335,621.34 # 1,823,920.03 

(Net) 


Less than 
Estimates 


1,699.08 

2,599.97 

843.30 


205.20 

1,017.62 


REFUNDS: 

2781. Refunds of previous years’ collections # 20,860.88 # 35,000.00 # 14,139.12 


PURCHASE OF INVESTMENTS # 558,690.23 # 558,690.23 


SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE 


INCOME ACCOUNT: 

Debt charges 

Education 

Legislation 

General government 

Miscellaneous 

Administration of justice 

Agriculture 

Public domain, research and development 

Public welfare, institutions and charitable grants 

Highways and bridges 

Commissions and fines paid to municipalities and refunds 


# 2,700,920.26 

80,612,252.80 
505,279.56 
18,321,045.74 
206,896.49 
7,843,679.45 
5,063,028.58 
15,028,835.87 
123,765,737.49 
26,744,689.10 
373,009.45 


# 2,659,590.00 

72.709.480.00 

509.570.00 

19.062.030.00 

292.790.00 
7,921,000.00 
4,881,555.00 

13.535.520.00 
126,362,328.32 

26.077.280.00 
344,000.00 


41,330.26 

7,902,772.80 


181,473.58 

1,493,315.87 

667,409.10 

29,009.45 


4,290.44 

740,984.26 

85,893.51 

77,320.55 


2,596,590.83 


TOTAL: Income Account 


#281,165,374.79 #274,355,143.32 # 6,810,231.47 

(Net) 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT: 

Highways, bridges and ferries 

Public domain 

Public buildings and equipment 

Public works 

Recoverable advances and payments under guarantees 

Refunds 

Purchase of investments 


# 39,294,462.80 # 42,357,845.00 # 


4,306,986.65 

27,259,159.40 

1,654,312.82 

17,159,541.37 

20,860.88 

558,690.23 


5.010.150.00 
27,961,950.00 

1.327.860.00 
15,335,621.34 

35,000.00 

558,690.23 


# 3,063,382.20 

703,163.35 

702,790.60 

326,452.82 

1,823,920.03 

14,139.12 


# 90,254,014.15 # 92,587,116.57 # 2,333,102.42 

(Net) 


TOTAL: Capital Account 





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RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 


59 


STATEMENT No. 9 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
ON GENERAL REVENUE FUND 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Cash in banks and treasury branches, April 1, 1961 


Receipts 

# 22,854,954.34 


Payments 


INCOME ACCOUNT: 


Agriculture Department 

Attorney General’s Department 

Education Department 

Executive Council 

Highways Department 

Industry and Development Department 

Labour Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Legislation 

Mines and Minerals Department 

Municipal Affairs Department 

Provincial Secretary’s Department 

Public Debt 

Public Health Department 

Public Welfare Department 

Public Works Department 

Treasury Department 

Vocational Training 

CAPITAL ACCOUNT: 


.# 1,974,220.04 

# 5,503,271.88 

. 5,659,733.72 

8,682,051.55 

. 1,211,832.03 

78,042,481.55 

3,147,675.20 

3,743,136.65 

. 14,587,215.50 

27,722,175.53 

149,459.52 

920,443.11 

455,666.15 

1,564,308.58 

6,138,445.93 

10,584,786.66 

26,759.38 

1,089,280.67 

. 118,558,173.23 

1,859,166.66 

9,946,767.87 

6,077,657.03 

. 36,884,383.28 

2,638,675.09 

2,710,281.87 

. 26,078,897.12 

72,784,790.08 

7,580,171.06 

25,726,586.01 

873,607.38 

10,507,992.76 

. 105,397,631.53 

18,731,160.88 

824,432.81 

1,514,190.86 
339,495,071.75 


Agricultural Department 

Education Department 

Highways Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Legislation 

Municipal Affairs Department 

Public Works Department 

Treasury Department 

Cash in banks and treasury branches, March 31, 1962 


533,848.13 # 1,688,342.81 

536,000.00 

2,842,685.59 39,185,143.75 

1,107,404.09 1,518,671.67 

1,056,883.35 

38,992.52 

1,079,881.99 26,627,540.24 

31,540,562.57 20,098,875.06 

37,143,374.89 


280,402,437.42 


90,711,456.88 

28,379,506.68 


#399,493,400.98 #399,493,400.98 


RECONCILIATION WITH STATEMENT No. 199 

Payments as above: 

Income Account 

Capital Account 

Total disbursements as per Statement No. 199 


#280,402,437.42 

90,711,456.88 


#371,113,894.30 


RECONCILIATION WITH STATEMENT No. 2 


Cash in banks and treasury branches as above 

Add: 

Revolving funds, cash in banks at March 31, 1962 

Unearned revenue as per Schedule ”1.10”, Statement No. 2 

Suspense as per Schedule "1.12”, Statement No. 2 

Transfer of School Lands Trust Fund cash to General Revenue 

1961-62 cash not deposited to General Revenue as at March 31, 1962 


General revenue 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 


# 28,379,506.68 


# 1,015,084.71 
4,874,572.18 
668,070.65 
529,954.88 
315,490.70 

7,403,173.12 


# 35,782,679.80 

617,608.91 


Statement No. 2, Schedule ”1.1”, income account 


# 36,400,288.71 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


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FUNDED DEBT 


65 


STATEMENT No. 12 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS RELATING TO FUNDED DEBT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Funded debt, April 1, 1961 $24,171,583.66 

Deduct: Redemptions: 

Debentures due June 1, 1961 $ 300.00 

Treasury bills due July 1, 1961 413,791.56 

Debentures due March 1, 1962 1,636,000.00 

2,050,091.56 

Funded debt, March 31, 1962 $22,121,492.10 


66 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


i 

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§ 

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8 
§ 

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Non-callable 

Callable 

Currency in which payable 
(at holders’ option) 

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rate (a) 

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Original 

interest 

rate 


Amount 

Outstanding 

? 500.00 1 

1,000.00 

1,000.00 

700.00 

100.00 

13.000. 00 
1,601,000.00 

4.500.00 
2,000.00 

1.926.000. 00 

9.000. 00 

1.494.000. 00 

6.000. 00 

1.191.000. 00 
8,000.00 

3.000. 00 

1.089.000. 00 

2.000. 00 
1,000.00 
8,000.00 

1.153.000. 00 

37.000. 00 

1.389.000. 00 

5.000. 00 

1.312.000. 00 

10.000. 00 

1.490.000. 00 
11,000.00 

1.000. 00 

1.405.000. 00 
1,000.00 

4.000. 00 
235,000.00 

9.000. 00 

3.000. 00 

14.000. 00 

46.500.00 

17.700.00 

6.600.00 

12.000. 00 
5,300.00 

4.000. 00 

? 14,531,900.00 

Date of Maturity 

: i i i i 1 : • ; : : ; : • : • ; ; 1 i : • ; : ; : 1 : : : i : : : : ; : ; ! : : ■ ii 1 

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Abbreviations: C. — Canada; U.S. — United States of America; S. — Great Britain. 


FUNDED DEBT 


67 







STATEMENT OF FUNDED DEBT INCLUDED IN 1945 DEBT REORGANIZATION PROGRAM 


68 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


i 



FUNDED DEBT 


69 



of the Province of Alberta statement No. 15 


70 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



INDIRECT LIABILITIES 


71 


STATEMENT No. 16 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
DETAILS OF INDIRECT LIABILITIES 
AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 AND 1961 

As as March 3 1 , Increase or 


Particulars 

Guaranteed debentures: 

1962 

8197. 190.000.00 

1961 

$160,200,000.00 

60,000,000.00 

490.000. 00 

450.000. 00 

*decrease 

8 36.990.000.00 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

University of Alberta 

Hospitalization Benefits Act 


74,200,000.00 

750.000. 00 

438.000. 00 


14,200,000.00 

260,000.00 

12,000.00* 


$272,578,000.00 

$221,140,000.00 

$ 51,438,000.00 

Less: Sinking fund assets, cash and investments: 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation 

.... $ 

1,843,272.24 

368,522.47 

$ 1,197,314.71 

$ 

645,957.53 

368,522.47 






$ 

2,211,794.71 

$ 1,197,314.71 

$ 

1,014,480.00 

Sub-total 

$270,366,205.29 

$219,942,685.29 

$ 50,423,520.00 

Guaranteed bank and treasury branch loans: 

Co-operative associations: 

Rural electrification 

$ 

233,104.84 

52,898.53 

95,952.35 

721,032.36 

132,867.47 

571.93 

800.00 

$ 430,568.81 

65,520.89 
89,411.95 
1,027,337.75 
150,383.03 
1,012.43 

$ 

197,463.97* 

12,622.36* 

6,540.40 

306,305.39* 

17,515.56* 

440.50* 

800.00 

Dairy 

Other 

Feeder associations (based on 25% of original loan) 

Agricultural relief advances 


Drainage Districts Act 

Lethbridge Northern Colonization Manager 







Sub-total 

.... $ 

1,237,227.48 

$ 1,764,234.86 

$ 

527,007.38* 

Other guarantees: 

Municipal Improvement Assistance Act loans: 

Cities 

Towns 

... $ 

19,248.85 

37,760.05 

20,429.69 

$ 25,456.19 

44,234.56 
24,019.26 

$ 

6,207.34* 

6,474.51* 

3,589.57* 

Municipal hospital districts 






Sub-total 

... $ 

77,438.59 

$ 93,710.01 

$ 

16,271.42* 

Grand total 

... f$271, 680, 871.36 

$221,800,630.16 

$ 49,880,241.20 


"(This amount does not include: 

(a) Guaranteed interest under the School Borrowing Assistance Act and the School Buildings Assistance Act on 
principal borrowings aggregating $15,102,214.25. 

(b) Approved grants, unearned as at March 31, 1962, under the School Buildings Assistance Act amounting to 
$2,887,898.55. 

(c) Any liability under the Public Service Pension Act and the Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 
(see note page 11). 

(d) Any liability under the Teachers’ Retirement Fund Act. 


72 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 17 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
STATEMENT OF SURPLUS OR DEFICIT ON GENERAL REVENUE 
INCOME ACCOUNT 
FOR THE YEARS 1905 TO 1961-62, INCLUSIVE 


1905 Year ended Dec. 31. Per Order-in-Council 966/11 


# 635,975.57 

# 150,021.10 

# 485,954.47 

1906 


” 


1,425,059.01 

1,279,041.44 

146,017.57 

1907 

” 




1,847,452.61 

1,839,064.04 

8,388.57 

1908 

” 


...... 

2,755,900.41 

2,079,708.20 

676,192.21 

1909 


99 



2,511,851.46 

2,632,935.53 

121,084.07 * 

1910 


99 



2,071,773.94 

3,696,826.86 

1,625,072.92 * 

1911 

” 

Per Public Accounts 


2,802,325.79 

3,037,618.45 

235,292.66* 

1912 

99 

99 


3,419,381.52 

3,353,258.48 

66,123.04 

1913 

” 


...... 

4,519,345.19 

4,409,795.18 

109,550.01 

1914 


99 


4,350,836.79 

4,446,160.31 

95J23.52* 

1915 


99 

...... 

4,144,040.18 

4,742,374.81 

598,334.63 * 

1916 


” 

...... 

4,228,974.28 

5,006,993.08 

778,018.80 * 

1917 

” 

99 

...... 

5,069,303.73 

5,712,643.03 

643,339.30* 

1918 

99 

99 



6,283,336.15 

7,132,119.21 

848,783.06* 

1919 

99 

99 

...... 

8,004,476.10 

7,905,330.47 

99,145.63 

1920 

99 

99 



9,005,862.21 

8,544,052.16 

461,810.05 

1921 

99 

” 

...... 

8,486,946.25 

10,605,155.91 

2,118,209.66 * 

1922 

99 

99 

...... 

9,324,889.73 

11,235,192.22 

1,910,302.49* 

1923 

99 

99 



10,419,146.26 

10,990,830.00 

571,683.74* 

1924 

99 

99 



10,506,627.13 

11,127,468.55 

620,841.42* 

1925 

99 

99 


11,531,025.99 

11,343,006.45 

188,019.54 

1926 

99 

99 



11,912,128.27 

11,894,327.74 

17,800.53 

1927 

99 

99 

...... 

12,263,400.64 

12,479,380.97 

215,980.33* 

1928 Three months to March 31 



3,886,495.04 

3,390,751.58 

495,743.46 

1929 

Year ended March 31 



15,265,083.77 

13,686,260.68 

1,578,823.09 

1930 

” 

99 

...... 

15,829,865.22 

15,402,884.57 

426,980.65 

1931 





15,710,962.44 

18,017,543.54 

2,306,581.10* 

1932 

” 

99 



13,492,430.28 

18,645,481.20 

5,153,050.92* 

1933 

” 

99 

...... 

15,426,264.94 

17,533,785.97 

2,107,521.03* 

1934 

” 

99 

...... 

15,178,607.44 

17,056,638.86 

1,878,031.42* 

1935 

” 

99 

...... 

15,697,770.48 

17,435,821.37 

1,738,050.89* 

1936 

” 

99 

...... 

16,575,151.62 

18,225,949.86 

1,650,798.24* 

1937 

” 

99 

...... 

20,743,045.72 

20,665,192.83 

77,852.89 

1938 

n 

99 

...... 

24,127,805.54 

21,359,739.46 

2,768,066.08 

1939 

” 

99 

...... 

24,269,817.40 

21,242,625.48 

3,027,191.92 

1940 


" 



24,410,039.54 

21,922,189.04 

2,487,850.50 

1941 




24,921,669.29 

20,570,675.91 

4,350,993.38 

1942 

” 



27,213,546.34 

19,965,125.48 

7,248,420.86 

1943 

” 

99 


27,961,197.97 

21,588,134.34 

6,373,063.63 

1944 

” 

99 



29,786,033.38 

23,095,501.98 

6,690,531.40 

1945 

” 


...... 

31,848,484.17 

25,962,684.07 

5,885,800.10 

1946 

” 

99 



40,915,956.30 

29,268,547.92 

11,647,408.38 

1947 

” 

99 



42,588,038.42 

31,939,342.48 

10,648,695.94 

1948 

” 

99 


57,209,572.31 

40,020,848.24 

17,188,724.07 

1949 

” 

99 



70,445,624.43 

45,495,101.78 

24,950,522.65 

1950 

” 

99 


99,553,102.08 

53,009,207.90 

46,543,894.18 

1951 

” 

99 


118,186,426.54 

61,838,557.03 

56,347,869.51 

1952 

” 

99 


120,824,763.27 

73,220,037.04 

47,604,726.23 

1953 


99 


154,743,686.25 

77,234,729.83 

77,508,956.42 

1954 

” 



197,043,199.67 

92,029,484.90 

105,013,714.77 

1955 

” 

99 


191,185,145.69 

109,223,931.05 

81,961,214.64 

1956 

” 

99 



241,608,105.21 

132,028,520 .66 

109,579,584.55 

1957 


99 



261,668,943.09 

141,593,596.87 

120,075,346.22 

1958 

” 

99 


267,432,602.85 

173,325,452.05 

94,107,150.80 

1959 


" 

...... 

275,549,000.25 

205,934,736.88 

69,614,263.37 

1960 

” 



334,816,388.9 7 

228,156,831.69 

106,659,557.28 

1961 




307,854,591.68 

253,966,311.16 

53,888,280.52 

1962 


1945 Debt Reorganization Program 



339,495,071.75 

15,481,661.19 

2,604,879.29 

281,165,374.79 

29,927,073.16 

1,108,952.66 

58,329,696.96 
14,445,411.97 * 
1,495,926.63 

1950 Debt Refunding 









#3,639,071,089.03 

#2,541,896,928.50 

#1,097,174,160.53 


FUNDED DEBT 


n 


STATEMENT No. 18 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
STATEMENT OF NET FUNDED DEBT 
FOR THE YEARS 1905 TO 1961-62, INCLUSIVE 


As at December 3 1 : 


1905 to 1908, inclusive 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 : 

1924 

1925 

1926 

As at March 3 1 : 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 mg 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

I960' 

1961 

1962 


Total 


Nil 

$ 2 , 000 , 200.00 
2 , 000 , 200.00 
2 , 000 , 200.00 
6,866,866.66 

15.333.533.32 

22.733.413.71 

26.733.178.79 

28.632.009.28 

30.045.172.12 
30,746,149.47 

33.654.576.72 

40.758.740.80 

57.463.675.29 

65.679.265.12 

71.772.582.33 

76.911.944.73 
79,463,833.53 

84,469,607.32 

87.741.931.29 
92,774,157.23 

102,406,298.23 

111,508,702.32 

130,510,501.81 

133,160,779.35 

132.143.064.95 

136.122.786.75 

142.941.031.07 

143,487,203.18 

143.573.130.08 

143,412,253.65 

142,926,186.90 

142.189.968.50 

141.455.384.89 
140,534,443.59 

139.589.060.96 

138.821.431.90 
140,805,449.21 

139.198.970.75 
121,447,657.93 

120,826,203.80 
121,165,894.68 

100.596.538.50 

97.742.487.67 
94,801,037.03 
91,781,654.87 

88.684.211.74 
85,505,574.79 

82.237.607.68 

30,177,170.50 

29.152.119.65 
27,303,307.78 

24.171.583.66 
22,121,492.10 


Net Annual 
Increase or 
Decrease 


Nil 

$ 2,000,200.00 
Nil 
Nil 

4.866.666.66 

8.466.666.66 

7.399.880.39 

3.999.765.08 

1,898,830.49 

1.413.162.84 
700,977.35 

2,908,427.25 

7.104.164.08 

16.704.934.49 

8.215.589.83 
6,093,317.21 

5.139.362.40 

2,551,888.80 

5.055.773.79 

3,272,323.97 

5.032.225.94 
9,632,141.00 

9.102.404.09 

19.001.799.49 
2,650,277.54 

1 . 017 . 714.40 

3.979.721.80 

6,818,244.32 

546,172.11 

85,926.90 

160 , 876.43 

486 , 066.75 

736 , 218.40 

734 , 583.61 

920 , 941.30 

945 , 382.63 

767 , 629.06 

1,984,017.31 

1 , 606 , 478.46 

17 , 751 , 312.82 

621 , 454.13 

339,690.88 

20 . 569 . 356.18 

2 . 854 . 050.83 
2 , 941 , 450.64 
3 , 019 , 382.16 
3 , 097 , 443.13 

3 . 178 . 636.95 

3 . 267 . 967.11 

52 . 060 . 437.18 

1 . 025 . 050.85 
1 , 848 , 811.87 

3 . 131 . 724.12 
2 , 050 , 091.56 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


74 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta statement No. 19 

STATEMENT OF GROSS FUNDED DEBT AND INDIRECT LIABILITIES 
FOR THE YEARS 1905 TO 1961-62, INCLUSIVE 




*Indirect Liabilities 

As at December 31: 

Gross Funded 
Debt 

Class I 

Class II 

1905, 1906, 1907 and 1908 

1909, 1910 and 1911 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

# 2,000,200.00 

# 19,556,364.24 

Nil 

1912 

6,866,866.66 

34,139,960.24 

Nil 

1913 

15,333,533.32 

37,213,657.97 

Nil 

1914 

22,810,733.32 

41,633,657.97 

Nil 

1915 

26,928,566.66 

41,633,657.97 

Nil 

1916 

29,000,200.00 

41,633,657.97 

Nil 

1917 

30,595,200.00 

22.683.296.00 

22.750.296.00 

#18,950,361.97 

1918 

31,500,200.00 

18,590,361.97 

1919 

34,635,200.00 

20,893,049.89 

22,539,957.97 

1920 

41,989,900.00 

25,244,901.81 

22,539,957.97 

1921 

59,010,256.75 

30,408,216.82 

22,539,957.97 

1922 

67,373,279.41 

30,738,788.93 

22,539,957.97 

1923 

178,522,279.41 

31,608,896.65 

22,539,957.97 

1924 

78,594,759.95 

27,954,934.58 

22,539,957.97 

1925 

81,459,406.62 

25,639,220.33 

22,539,957.97 

1926 

As at March 31: 

86,894,665.62 

25,301,338.67 

22,539,957.97 

1928 

90,899,816.28 

26,253,319.63 

22,539,957.97 

1929 

96,532,443.22 

25,832,710.42 

22,813,657.97 

1930 

106,888,380.42 

9,476,740.32 

32,233,657.97 

1931 

116,801,572.90 

136,720,911.11 

10,573,753.92 

32,233,657.97 

1932 

10,030,792.47 

32,233,657.97 

1933 

140,560,312.24 

9,821,011.81 

32,233,657.97 

1934 

140,600,985.78 

8,981,999.73 

32,233,657.97 

1935 

146,048,010.09 

9,036,053.98 

32,233,657.97 

1936 

153,567,010.09 

8,554,345.57 

32,233,657.97 

1937 

154,886,758.09 

7,795,618.51 

32,233,657.97 

1938 

155,606,208.09 

8,281,687.28 

32,233,657.97 

1939 

156,005,234.76 

9,125,130.94 

20,077,293.73 

1940 

156,143,287.45 

9,253,228.71 

20,077,293.73 

1941 

156,099,370.54 

8,500,509.68 

20,077,293.73 

1942 

156,053,370.54 

7, 582,796.85 

5,493,697.73 

1943 

155,892,504.47 

6,768,351.73 

5,493,697.73 

1944 : 

155,664,578.13 

6,259,187.44 

2,420,000.00 

1945 

155,644,859.13 

5,910,895.54 

1946 

140,819,407.93 

1,934,972.02 


1947 

139,342,407.93 

1,193,333.17 


1948 

121,447.657.93 

1,281,860.91 


1949 

120,826,203.80 

2,345,849.25 


1950 

£180,886,803.68 

3,161,311.88 


1951 

100,596,538.50 

4,120,943.21 


1952 

97,742,487.67 

5,905,067.13 


1953 

94,801,037.03 

5,016,293.54 


1954 

91,781,654.87 

4,697,470.61 


1955 

88,684,211.74 

3,787,653.46 


1956 

85,505,574.79 

3,353,893.51 


1957 

82,237,607.68 

30,177,170.50 

5,391,916.50 


1958 

42,353,837.24 


1959 

1960 

29.152.119.65 
27,303,307.78 

24.171.583.66 | 

68,295,770.07 
169,665,910.94 
221,800,630.16 | 


1961 


1962 

22,121,492.10 | 

271,680,871.36 | 



indirect nammies v^iass r represent in eacti year guarantees lor which the Province was solely responsible. 

Indirect liabilities Class II represent railway bonds, payment of which had been assumed by the Canadian National and 
Canadian raciric Railway Companies. 

Amount of debt at December 31, 1923 included *5,123,413.08, proceeds of refunding issue on hand at December 31, 
1923, and used on February 1, 1924, to retire issue due on that date. 

^Includes #60,700,000.00 debentures issued March 1, 1950, the entire proceeds of which were used to retire debentures 
called for redemption June 1, 1950. 

Certified correct, C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., Provincial Auditor 


FUNDED DEBT 


75 


STATEMENT No. 20 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
STATEMENT OF FUNDED DEBT 

SHOWING YEAR OF ISSUE, AMOUNT ISSUED, YIELD RATE, AMOUNT REDEEMED AND 
AMOUNT OUTSTANDING AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


Year of Issue 

Amount 

Issued 

Yield 

Rate 

Amount 

Redeemed 

Amount 
Outstanding 
as at March 

31, 1962 

Year ended December 31: 

JOQO 

# 2,000,200.00 

4.866.666.66 

8.466.666.66 

7.477.200.00 

4.117.833.34 

2.071.633.34 

1.595.000. 00 

905.000. 00 

3.135.000. 00 

7.354.700.00 
17,961,730.68 
15,695,800.00 

19.300.000. 00 

7.250.000. 00 

7.370.000. 00 

11.046.000. 00 

9.689.500.00 

9.490.000. 00 

6.000. 000.00 

7.400.000. 00 

4.000. 000.00 

25.242.000. 00 

4.866.666.66 

2.218.000. 00 

4.632.000. 00 

750.000. 00 

29.565.000. 00 
79,887,002.37 

2.500.000. 00 

60.700.000. 00 

4.175% 

4.375 

5.01 

5.26 

5.96 

5.57 

6.87 

6.55 

5.86 

5.88 

6.20 

5.50 

5.71 

5.39 

5.01 

4.97 

4.72 

4.975 

5.11 

5.00 

4.92 

5.098 
6.76 
5.585 
4.72 

4.50 
3.398 

3.50 
2.705 
2.908 

# 2,000,200.00 

4.866.666.66 

8.466.666.66 

7.477.200.00 

4.117.833.34 

2.071.633.34 

1.595.000. 00 

905.000. 00 

3.135.000. 00 

7.354.700.00 
17,961,730.68 

15.695.800.00 

19.300.000. 00 

7.250.000. 00 

7.370.000. 00 

11.046.000. 00 

9.687.500.00 

9.490.000. 00 

5.999.000. 00 

7.400.000. 00 

3.999.300.00 

25.241.400.00 

4.866.666.66 

2.217.000. 00 

4.632.000. 00 

750.000. 00 

29.565.000. 00 
79,645,402.37 

2.500.000. 00 

46.415.000. 00 

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2,000.00 

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1930 

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1931 

700.00 

600.00 

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1933 

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1957 




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1959 





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1961 





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#353,021,699.71 


Debentures and stock outstanding # 14,531,900.00 

Add: Treasury bills outstanding 7,589,592.10 


Debentures and stock outstanding # 14,531,900.00 

Add: Treasury bills outstanding 7,589,592.10 

Funded debt, March 31, 1962 # 22,121,492.10 


* Alberta and Great Waterways Railway bonds included as a direct liability under provision of Chapter 55, 1929. 
'(■Exchange debentures issued under 1945 debt reorganization program. 

Certified correct, C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


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14,762,364 
273,189 
5,350,409 
81,170 
1,377,479 
1,603,577 
2,761,935 

24,335,372 

6,751,686 

184,771 

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2,310,722 
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1,460,455 

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3,043,714 
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1,333,876 
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412,025 

3,300,651 

1,556,867 

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Legislation 

General government 

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 
EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
F(j>R THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


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Miscellaneous expenses 


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250.00 340,929.24 32,510.04 316,170.75 


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12,831.60 


340,450.37 

974.38 


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1,061.80 
44.23 


156.21 

53.60 


38,365.20 381,981.93 3198,813 


3,838.34 

622.44 


295.14 

3,164.11 

361.93 


1,484.18 

594.58 

14,165.05 


21,061.41 

‘932*63 


30,697. 

2,460.80 

146.93 

8,502.00 


135.81 

5 27.07 


2,128.00 

4,089!o7 


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5,811.74 

206.96 

17.80 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 27 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


Agricultural Schools Act $ 

Alberta Livestock and Livestock Products Act: 

Livestock dealers’ licenses 

Poultry licenses 

Stockyard licenses 

Bacteriological service 

Brands Act: 

Brand books 

Brand fees 

Cow testing fees 

Crop improvement policy 

Dairymen’s Act: 

Cream graders’ and testers’ licenses 

Cream grading service charge 

Creamery licenses 

Frozen Food Locker Act 

Fur farm licenses 

Government of Canada re: 

Alberta emergency measures organization 

Farm iabour supervision 

4-H clubs 

Transportation assistance on movement of fodder 

Unthreshed grain assistance policy 

Vocational training, Schools of Agriculture 

Horticultural station, Brooks 

Interest on advances under the Farm Purchase Credit Act 
Livestock Diseases Act: 

Slaughter house licenses 

Miscellaneous 

Names of Homes Act 

Poultry, blood testing 

Poultry, miscellaneous 

Registration fees re certified swine policy 

Reimbursement of salaries 

Sale of automobiles 

Sale of eggs 

Sale of estray animals 

Sale of poultry 

Sale of seed-cleaning equipment 

Sale of sodium chlorate 

Seed dealers’ licenses 

Stock Inspection Act: 

Butchers’ and hide dealers’ licenses 

Fees 

Surplus on sales of seed 

Water Resources: 

Ice permits 

Miscellaneous 

Sale of automobiles i* U., V 

Water diversion permits 

Water power rentals 

Well drilling permits 



In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

204,209.70 $ 

195,000.00 $ 

9,209.70 $ 


5,672.00 

5,000.00 

672.00 


2,181.00 

2,600.00 


419.00 

413.00 

450.00 


37.00 

2,199.00 

3,200.00 


1,001.00 

368.00 

300.00 

68.00 


12,323.50 

11,000.00 

1,323.50 


2,793.00 

3,000.00 


207.00 

314.35 

150.00 

164.35 


759.00 

750.00 

9.00 


21,237.38 

18,300.00 

2,937.38 


595.00 

600.00 


5.00 

2,370.00 

2,700.00 


330.00 

3,632.00 

4,000.00 


368.00 

373,043.54 

424,190.00 


51,146.46 

54,755.84 

50,000.00 

4,755.84 


11,832.98 

61,344.82 

461,211.13 

10,000.00 

1,832.98 

61,344.82 

461,211.13 


98,769.56 

50,000.00 

48,769.56 


4,493.93 

5,000.00 


506.07 

222,659.36 

710.00 

225,000.00 

710.00 

2,340.64 

2,256.29 

90.00 

3,000.00 

90.00 

743.71 

27,722.18 

28,000.00 


277.82 

164.42 

500.00 


335.58 

375.00 

750.00 


375.00 

42,518.61 

42,660.00 


141.39 

4,288.93 

5,000.00 


711.07 

7,448.00 

424.02 

8,000.00 

424.02 

552.00 

592.19 

1,000.00 

407.81 

500.00 

20,000.00 


19,500.00 

60,300.49 

55,000.00 

5,300.49 


300.00 

360.00 


60.00 

499.00 

500.00 


1.00 

147,102.52 

120,000.00 

27,102.52 


9,408.54 

8,000.00 

1,408.54 


5.00 

10.00 


5.00 

1,800.00 

361.47 

650.00 

1,150.00 

361.47 


1,273.00 

600.00 

673.00 


118,504.29 

100,000.00 

18,504.29 


398.00 

325.00 

73.00 



TOTAL: Income Account $1,974,220.04 $1,405,595.00 $ 568,625.04 

(Net) 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


87 


STATEMENT No. 27 — Continued 

CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Control of agricultural pests 

Land utilization 

Actual 

$ 159,467.00 £ 
2,047.57 

Estimates 
: 40,000.00 £ 

In Excess of 
Estimates 
: 119,467.00 j 
2,047.57 

Less than 
Estimates 
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Sales of seed grain 

145,260.66 

110,000.00 

35,260.66 


Water Resources: 





Drainage and irrigation 

25,329.90 


25,329.90 


Repayment of advances: 




Bow River Development 

34,217.07 

30,000.00 

4,217.07 


Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District 

1,428.55 

800.00 

628.55 


St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development 

166,097.38 

175,000.00 



8,902.62 


TOTAL: Capital Account $ 533,848.13 $ 355,800.00 $ 178,048.13 

^ (Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


88 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 28 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE HORNED CATTLE PURCHASES ACT TRUST ACCOUNT 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Cash in bank 

Cash in transit 

Accounts receivable: 

Horned cattle fees 

Cattle, sheep and swine improvement 
Artificial insemination 


Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 

Inventories: 

Livestock held for resale 

Feed, supplies and equipment 

Fixed assets: 

Kinsella ranch, at cost 

Buildings and equipment, at cost less accumulated depreciation 
Automobiles, at cost less accumulated depreciation 

Deferred charges 


0 296.00 

311.13 
6.40 


$ 

613.53 

283.53 

$ 

1,617.50 


683.50 

$ 

93,700.00 


52,907.02 


2,939.26 


$ 170,966.20 

11,071.00 


330.00 


2,301.00 


149,546.28 

2,131.75 


0 336,346.23 


LIABILITIES 


Accounts payable $ 35,080.00 

Surplus: 

As at April 1, 1961 0 397,349.43 

Deduct: Deficit for the year ended March 31, 1962 96,083.20 

301,266.23 


0 336,346.23 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 1, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Horned Cattle Purchases Act Trust Account for the year ended March 
31, 1962. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Horned Cattle Purchase Act Trust Account as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Trust Account and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and Ex- 
penditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


89 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 29 


THE HORNED CATTLE PURCHASES ACT TRUST ACCOUNT 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
REVENUE 

Fees for cattle marketed with horns, net 

Bank interest 

Pathological laboratory 

Livestock policies: 

Swine improvement $ 284.95 

Sheep improvement 240.50 

Miscellaneous 


194,917.30 

6,086.61 

1,576.83 


525.45 

2.76 


$ 203,108.95 


EXPENDITURE 

Livestock policies: 

Cattle improvement 

Junior calf clubs 

Operation of pathological laboratory 

Administration general 

Grants to veterinary students 

Grants to artificial breeding associations 

Grants to livestock protective society 

Artificial insemination 


$ 240,189.61 

594.98 

$ 240,784.59 

28,082.44 

12,004.67 

12,400.00 

3,046.50 

2,600.00 

273.95 


$ 299,192.15 


Deficit for the year ended March 31, 1962 


$ 96,083.20 


90 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 30 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
WHEAT BOARD MONIES TRUST ACCOUNT 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Cash in bank 

Investments in debentures: 


Government of Canada 

Province of New Brunswick 

Par Value 

$ 2,500.00 

45,000.00 

Book Value 
$ 2,515.15 

44,933.88 

Province of British Columbia 

45,000.00 

44,822.15 

Province of Saskatchewan 

5,000.00 

4,962.76 

3,911.31 

Province of Newfoundland 

4,000.00 

Hydro Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

City of Calgary 

4,000.00 

4,000.00 

3,981.53 

3,996.63 


$ 109,500.00 



Accrued interest 


LIABILITIES 

Trust Account: 

As at April 1, 1961 $ 110,086.26 

Add: Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 1,774.70 


Contingent liability: 

Scholarship grants deferred $ 


4,300.00 


$ 1,312.99 


109,123.41 


1,424.56 


$ 111,860.96 


$ 111,860 .96 


Edmonton, Alberta, June 11, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Wheat Board Monies Trust Account for the year ended March 31, 
1962. 

Investments were verified by examination during the year. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial 
position of the Wheat Board Monies Trust Account as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Trust Account and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and 
Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


STATEMENT No. 31 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
WHEAT BOARD MONIES TRUST ACCOUNT 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
REVENUE 


Revenue from investments 
Interest on bank balance 


Scholarships 

Meeting expense 


EXPENDITURE 


Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 


3,565.83 

118.87 


1,900.00 

10.00 


3,684.70 


1,910.00 


$ 1,774.70 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


91 


STATEMENT No. 32 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 
ASSETS 

Current: 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Accounts receivable: 

Water rates and charges ■■■■■■■ $ 26,950.90 

Province of Alberta 4,999.50 

Sundry debtors 634.23 

$ 32,584.63 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 400.00 

Investments: 

Debentures, at book value and accrued interest ..... 

Inventories: 

Materials and supplies at cost 

Prepaid expenses 

Capital: 

Irrigation system $ 5,957,675.50 

Equipment, at cost less accumulated depreciation 24,529.21 

LIABILITIES 

Current: 

Bank loan, secured by hypothecation of debentures of a par value of $6,000.00 

Accounts payable: 

Government of Canada : $ 8,500.50 

Province of Alberta 4,135.42 

Sundry accounts 390.47 

Prepaid water charges 

Reserves: 

Arising from Province of Alberta grant re water service charges ....: $ 6,526.00 

Maintenance and contingencies 7,037.66 

Capital surplus: 

Arising from the expenditure of the Province of Alberta for the irrigation system ... 

Revenue surplus: 

As at December 1, 1960 $ 37,422.91 

Deduct: Adjustment of prior years: 

Reclassification decreases 1,465.00 

$ 35,957.91 

Add: Surplus for the year ended November 30, 1961 2,154.11 


$ 1,363.99 


32,184.63 

5,967.54 

854.32 

2,359.51 

$ 42,729.99 

5,982,204.71 
$ 6,024,934.70 

$ 6,000.00 


13,026.39 

308.08 

$ 19,334.47 


13,563 .66 
5,953,924.55 


38,112.02 

$ 6,024,934.70 


Edmonton, Alberta, February 22, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Bow River Development for the year ended November 30, 1961. 


(Continued on Page 92) 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 32 — Continued 
Result of Operations 

Operations for the year ended November 30, 1961 resulted in a surplus of $2,154.11, details of which are shown 
in Statement No. 33. 

Water earnings for the period amounted to $45,048.68 as follows: 


Irrigation rates: 

19,520 acres at $2.00 per acre $ 39,040.00 

Sales of excess water 4,877.10 

Interest on unpaid rates 1,131.58 


$ 45,048.68 


Balance Sheet 

Investments in debentures, hypothecated to the Bank of Nova Scotia, Lethbridge, as loan security were verified by 
examination on December 1, 1961 and are summarized hereunder: 

Province of Alberta guaranteed debentures, par value $6,000.00, at cost plus 


amortization of discount $ 5,912.54 

Accrued interest 55.00 


$ 5,967.54 


Market value of the above investments amounted to approximately $6,030.00 as at November 30, 1961. 

Inventories of $854.32 were supported by detailed lists and certified as to quantities and values by responsible 
officials of the project. 

The irrigation system is reflected on the above Balance Sheet at an amount equal to the capital expenditures for the 
system by the Province of Alberta and the project to November 30, 1961. 

The reserve arising from the Province of Alberta grant re water service charges represents that portion of the grant 
which will be credited to the second year’s rates chargeable to water users. 

Transactions affecting the maintenance and contingencies reserve during the year ended November 30, 1961 are as 
follows: 

Reserve as at December 1, 1960 $ 4,908.40 

Add: 

Provision for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 1,952.00 

Earnings from investments 177.26 

2,129.26 

Reserve as at November 30, 1961 $ 7,037.66 


General 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the Bow River Development as at November 30, 1961, according to information and ex- 
planations given to me and as shown by the books of the project, and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and 
Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 

BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT 


STATEMENT No. 33 


STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 
REVENUE 


Water earnings: 

Irrigation rates $ 39,040.00 

Sales of excess water 4,877.10 

Interest on unpaid rates 1,131.58 


Lease revenue 

Profit on sale of capital assets 
Miscellaneous 


45,048.68 

605.12 

191.61 

110.15 


$ 45,955.56 

EXPENDITURE 


Water supply charge, Government of Canada $ 8,500.50 

Maintenance and operation expense, as per Statement No. 34 26,586.64 

Administration and general expense, as per Statement No. 35 6,762.31 

Provision for maintenance and contingencies reserve 1,952.00 


$ 43,801.45 


Surplus for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 2,154.11 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT 


STATEMENT No. 34 


STATEMENT OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION EXPENSE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 

Salaries and wages 

Truck maintenance and mileage 

Depreciation on equipment 

Easement rental 

Insurance 

Power machinery 

Equipment 

Materials 

Telephone 

Miscellaneous 

Equipment rental 

Buildings and dwellings, net 


18,968.82 

8,306.52 

4,326.06 

763.54 

634.62 

428.06 

295.77 

164.97 

154.71 

86.38 

3,022.50 

4,520.31 


$ 26,586.64 


Government of the Province of Alberta stat 

BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT 

STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL EXPENSE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 


Salaries $ 3,981.67 

Travelling 740.32 

Workmen’s Compensation Board assessment and unemployment insurance 446.54 

Advisory committee 386.35 

Audit fee 375.00 

Provision for doubtful accounts 359.62 

Stationery, printing and office supplies 175.46 

Depreciation on equipment 114.32 

Interest and bank charges 93.33 

Postage 73.00 

Miscellaneous 16.70 


$ 6,762.31 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 36 


BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
NET ADVANCES BY PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 


AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 

Advances: 

Construction of irrigation system and purchase of right-of-way $ 5,953,924.55 

Purchase of land for land settlement 189,557.40 

Colonization expense 91,953.93 

Grant in respect of water service charges 75,632.00 

Farming improvements and removing encumbrances from damaged lands 656.00 

Consideration payable on water agreements 194.00 


Deduct: Remittances to Province of Alberta 


£ 6,311,917.88 
108,847.10 


Excess of advances over remittances to November 30, 1961 
Deduct: 

Agreements and interest receivable 

Collections under -remitted 


$ 6,203,070.78 

$ 381,077.08 

9,261.67 

390,338.75 


Net advances as at November 30, 1961 


£ 5,812,732.03 


STATEMENT No. 37 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
ADVANCES UNDER APPROPRIATION OF THE LEGISLATURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 


Construction of irrigation system $ 239,927.72 

Purchase of land for land settlement 39,127.21 

Colonization expense 28,067.22 

Grant in respect of water service charges 13,428.00 

Farming improvements and removing encumbrances from damaged lands 656.00 


$ 321,206.15 

Deduct: Remitted to Province of Alberta 24,273.09 


Excess of advances over remittances for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 296,933.06 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 38 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
BOW RIVER DEVELOPMENT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 
ASSETS 

Cash in treasury branch $ 11,001.79 

Agreements receivable: 

Water right $ 196,000.60 

Land sale 180,865.42 

376,866.02 

Interest accrued on agreements receivable 4,211.06 

$ 392,078.87 

LIABILITIES 

Rates and taxes payable, leased lands $ 1,465.32 

Suspense 30.00 

Due to Provincial Treasurer: 

Excess of collections over remittances $ 9,261.67 

Lease collections, net, Provincial lands 244.80 

9,506.47 

$ 11,001.79 

Reserve for agreements and interest receivable 381,077.08 

$ 392,078.87 

Edmonton , Alberta, February 7, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Bow River Development Colonization Manager for the year ended 
November 30, 1961. 

The value of land purchased for land settlement and not sold to the date of audit has not been determined and, 
therefore, has not been included on the Balance Sheet. 

Lease rentals receivable estimated by the Colonization Manager to amount to $1,198.28 are not reflected on the 
Balance Sheet. Proceeds when received will be remitted, less rates and taxes, to the Provincial Treasurer. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the Bow River Development Colonization Manager as at November 30, 1961, according to 
information and explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Manager. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 39 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN COLONIZATION MANAGER 
STATEMENT OF NET ADVANCES BY PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Advances from Province of Alberta: 

Colonization expense 

Deduct: Remittances to Province of Alberta: 

Loan funds surplus 

Land sales .... 


$ 140.64 

$ 1,182.24 

541.87 

1,724.11 


Excess of remittances over advances for the year ended December 31, 1961 


$ 1,583.47 


CUMULATIVE ADVANCES TO DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Rates $12,073,385.29 

Less: Repayments 5,498,857.95 


Guaranteed debentures $ 5,400,000.00 

Less: Sinking fund cash and investments 2,199,230.58 


Colonization expense 

Drainage of lands 

Reservoirs and prevention of seepage 

Arrears of taxes and liens 

Reclassification of irrigable area 

Land purchases 

Construction of works and fencing 


$ 6,574,527.34 


3,200,769.42 

580,357.55 

185,600.94 

151,705.97 

123,978.22 

9,732.40 

8,751.72 

1,020.15 


$10,836,443.71 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 40 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN COLONIZATION MANAGER 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 
ASSETS 


Cash in treasury branch 

Accounts receivable: 

Advances to water-users 
Interest 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 

Treasury branch loan 

Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District 


$ 377.46 

$ 6,811.02 
116.56 

6,927.58 


£ 7,305.04 


$ 721.08 

5,000.00 
1,583.96 


$ 7,305.04 


Edmonton, Alberta, February 16, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Lethbridge Northern Colonization Manager for the year ended 
December 31, 1961. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Lethbridge Northern Colonization Manager as at December 31, 1961, according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Manager. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 41 


ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 

ASSETS 


Current: 

Cash on hand and in treasury branch # 

Accounts receivable: 

Water rates and charges # 297,291.71 

Lease rentals 9,508.53 

Province of Alberta 2,832.27 

Sundry debtors 4,330.06 


39,154.52 


Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 

Investments: 

Debentures at book value and accrued interest 
Inventories: 

Materials and supplies, at cost 

Livestock, at market value 

Farm produce, at market value 

Prepaid expense 


Capital: 

Irrigation system 

Equipment less accumulated depreciation 


Current: 

Accounts payable: 

Government of Canada 

Province of Alberta 

Sundry accounts 


Salaries and wages payable 
Prepaid water rates 


LIABILITIES 


Reserves: 

Maintenance and contingencies 

Water service commutation 

Surplus: 

Capital surplus as per Statement No. 42 . 
Revenue surplus as per Statement No. 43 


# 313,962.5 7 

3,850.04 

310,112.53 



162,282 .97 

# 29,159.48 

7,190.00 
579.83 

36,929.31 

1,609.63 



# 550,088.96 

#19,828,831.62 

144,282.79 

19,973,114.41 



#20,523,203.37 

# 96,164.00 

3,427.56 
12,477.45 

# 112,069.01 

7,929.99 
4,039.46 



# 124,038.46 

# 168,167.43 

13,427.90 

181,595.33 


#19,921,063.12 

296,506.46 

20,217,569.58 



#20,523,203.37 


(Continued on Page 99) 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 41 — Continued 


Edmonton, Alberta, March 15, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development for the year ended November 
30, 1961. 

Result of Operations 

Operations for the year ended November 30, 1961 resulted in a surplus of $29,416.31, details of which are shown 
in Statement No. 44. 

Water earnings for 1961 amounted to $469,513.71 as follows: 


Irrigation rates: 

78,540.505 acres at $1.75 per acre IK $ 137,446.06 

3,696. acres at $2.00 per acre 7,392.00 

97,944.9 acres at $2.50 per acre 244,862.25 

129.645 acres at $3.35 per acre 434.31 

320.09 acres under commuted rates 508.61 

1,284.8 acres subject to minimum charge per parcel 4,800.00 


181,915.940 acres $ 395,443.23 


Less: 

Rebate of rates and reclassification credits $ 680.19 

Water service free of charge as per water agreements 10,844.50 


11,524.69 


Water supply rentals: 

Taber Irrigation District 

Raymond Irrigation District 

Magrath Irrigatiton District 

Miscellaneous 

Sales of excess and domestic water 
Interest on unpaid rates 


$ 383,918.54 

$ 22,663.75 

9,050.65 
4,461.85 
2,714.39 

38,890.64 

33,915.00 

12,789.53 


$ 469,513.71 


The rentals charged in 1961 to the Taber, Raymond and Magrath irrigation districts were on a basis of 25 cents 
per acre foot of water supplied together with an additional charge of 10 cents per irrigable acre for transporting water 
from reservoirs. 


Balance Sheet 

Investments held in safekeeping at the Treasury Branch, Lethbridge, under joint custody of two officials of the 
project, were verified by examination on December 1, 1961 and are shown at cost plus amortization of discount to 
November 30, 1961. The investments are summarized hereunder: 

Par Value Book Value 

Debentures: 

Government of Canada $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

Province of New Brunswick 154,000.00 151,239.04 


Accrued interest 


$ 164,000.00 $ 161,239.04 

1,043.93 
$ 162,282.97 


(Continued on Page 100) 


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STATEMENT No. 41 —Continued 

Market value of investments amounted to approximately $139,200.00 as at November 30, 1961. 

Inventories of $36,929.31 were supported by detailed lists and certified as to quantities and values by responsible 
officials of the project. 

The irrigation system has been taken into the accounts at an amount of $19,828,831.62 as shown hereunder: 


Expenditure, net, by the Province of Alberta to November 30, 1961 $18,004,833.23 

Estimated depreciated value of the system transferred by the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company with 

subsequent additions at cost 1,823,998.39 


$19,828,831.62 


Equipment transferred upon organization of the project was taken into the accounts at the depreciated value as 
estimated by officials of the project. Subsequent additions have been recorded at cost. 

A summary of the equipment valuation is set forth hereunder: 

Valuation at December 1, 1960, before provision for depreciation $ 307,325.67 

Add: Purchases 26,641.46 


$ 333,967.13 

Deduct: 

Inventory value of equipment sold $ 22,146.62 

Equipment written off against accumulated depreciation 368.48 

22,515.10 


$ 311,452.03 

Deduct: 

Accumulated depreciation 167,169.24 


$ 144,282.79 


Transactions affecting the maintenance and contingencies reserve during the year ended November 30, 1961 are as 
follows: 

Reserve as at December 1, 1960 $ 140,365.22 

Add: 

Provision for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 22,485.47 

Earnings from investments 5,316.74 

27,802.21 

Reserve as at November 30, 1961 $ 168,167.43 


The reserve for water service commutation, $13,427.90, represents the capital sum received in full settlement of the 
irrigation rates on 320.09 acres. 

General 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to 
show the true financial position of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development as at November 30, 1961 according 
to information and explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the project, and the accompanying State- 
ment of Revenue and Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 42 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 
STATEMENT OF CAPITAL SURPLUS 
AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 

Capital surplus: 

Arising from expenditure of the Province of Alberta for the irrigation system $18,004,833.23 

Arising from valuation placed on assets transferred by the Canadian Pacific 

Railway Company and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company $ 2,304,690.83 

Deduct: Purchase of building for transfer to the Canadian Pacific Railway 

Company 9,000.00 

2,295,690.83 


$20,300,524.06 

$ 388,109.00 

8,648.06 

379,460.94 


Capital surplus as at November 30, 1961 $19,921,063.12 


Deduct: 

Valuation of that portion of the irrigation system abandoned 
Less: Salvaged materials 


STATEMENT No. 43 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE SURPLUS 


AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 

Revenue surplus as at December 1, 1960 $ 267,940.15 

Deduct: Miscellaneous adjustment applicable to previous year 850.00 


$ 267,090.15 

Add: Surplus for the year ended November 30, 1961 29,416.31 


Revenue surplus as at November 30, 1961 $ 296,506.46 


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STATEMENT No. 44 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 
REVENUE 

Water earnings: 

Irrigat’on rates, net $ 383,918.54 

Water supply rentals 38,890.64 

Sales of excess and domestic water 33,915.00 

Interest on unpaid rates 12,789.53 

$ 

Rentals of land including right-of-way, net 

Profit on sale of capital assets 

Earnings from investments .7. 

Profit on farm operations 

Miscellaneous revenue 


$ 485,410.50 

EXPENDITURE 


Water supply charge, Government of Canada 0 96,164.00 

Maintenance and operation expense, as per Statement No. 45 286,906.21 

Administration and general expense, as per Statement No. 46 50,438.51 

Provision for maintenance and contingencies reserve 22 485.47 


$ 455,994.19 


Surplus for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 29,416.31 


469,513.71 

11,087.59 

3,342.50 

282.05 

134.63 

1,050.02 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 45 


ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 
STATEMENT OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION EXPENSE BY UNITS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1951 


Salaries and wages 

Automobiles and trucks 
Depreciation on equipment 

Power machinery 

Materials and supplies 

Weed expense 

Equipment 

Telephones 

Insurance 

Easement rental 

Crop and flood damage 

Miscellaneous 

Buildings, net 

Custom work charges 


Main Canal 




to Chin 

Lethbridge- 



Reservoir 

Coaldale 

Eastern 

Total 

$ 8,448.18 

$ 56,807.96 

$114,992.46 

$180,248.60 

998.32 

9,715.03 

18,654.25 

29,367.60 

371.70 

7,638.08 

19,333.17 

27,342.95 

69.30 

4,601.04 

21,075.19 

25,745.53 

427.36 

4,153.81 

9,497.22 

14,078.39 

1,177.70 

1,112.67 

7,194.37 

9,484.74 

7.61 

443.67 

2,089.74 

2,541.02 

144.70 

461.37 

1,304.78 

1,910.85 

363.07 

11.00 

1,188.91 

1,562.98 



1,318.81 

1,318.81 


471.12 

456.87 

927.99 

180.00 

349.38 

1,215.01 

1,744.39 

195.58 

554.31 

2,997.82 

3,747.71 


2,248.18 

3,371.75 

5,619.93 

0 11,992.36 

0 82,962.64 

$191,951.21 

$286,906.21 


STATEMENT No. 46 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 
STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL EXPENSE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 


Salaries $ 28,011.76 

Pension contributions 5,451.16 

Workmen’s Compensation Board assessment and unemployment insurance 3,833.82 

Audit fee 3.000.00 

Administration building, net 1,881.54 

Travelling 1,601.52 

Advisory committees 1,544.70 

Stationery, printing and office supplies 1,410.30 

Provision for doubtful accounts 913.72 

Depreciation 909.15 

Telephone 761.45 

Postage 509.28 

Interest and bank charges 210.04 

Equipment 147.95 

Miscellaneous 252.12 


$ 50,438.51 


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STATEMENT No. 47 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT 
ANALYSIS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY UNITS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 
Main Canal 


Direct revenue: 

Water rates, rentals and agreements (Note 1) 
Rentals of land and right-of-way 


Direct expenditure: 

Water supply charge with adjustment for 

reservoir storage 

Maintenance and operation 
Provision for maintenance and contingencies 
reserve 


Excess of direct revenue over direct expenditure 

Indirect expenditures, net, consist of administra- 
tion expenses less revenue from interest on 
unpaid rates, profit on sale of capital assets, 
interest on miscellaneous accounts, earnings 
from investments, profit on farm operations 
and miscellaneous income and aggregated $ $ 

The indirect expenditures have been distributetd 
as follows: 

10% on basis of acre feet of water 

90% in proporation of maintenance and opera- 
tion expense 1,235.41 



to Chin 

Lethbridge- 

Irrigation 




Reservoir 

Coaldale 

Dictricts 

Eastern 

Total 

$ 

5,993.47 

$142,523.52 

$ 36,176.25 

$272,030.94 

$456,724.18 


4,992.77 

460.18 


5,634.64 

11,087.59 

$ 

10,986.24 

$142,983.70 

$ 36,176.25 

$277,665.58 

$467,811.77 

$ 

30,380.75 

$ 40,033.50 

$ 29,991.00 

$ 56,520.25 

$ 96,164.00 


11,992.36 

82,962.64 


191,951.21 

286,906.21 


149.33 

8,441.16 

3,092.78 

10,802.20 

22,485.47 

$ 

18,239.06 

$131,437.30 

$ 33,083.78 

$259,273.66 

$405,555.68 

$ 

29,225.30 

$ 11,546.40 

$ 3,092.47 

$ 18,391.92 

$ 62,256.09 


1,038.91 

8,546.44 


$ 1,235.41 $ 9,585.35 $ 

Net revenue or expenditure $ 27,989.89 $ 1,961.05 $ 

Main canal net revenue apportioned on basis of 


$ $ 32,839.78 

778.30 1,466.77 

19,773.95 

778.30 $ 21,240.72 $ 32,839.78 
2,314.17 $ 2,848.80 $ 29,416.31 


water supply charge 
Surplus for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 


27,989.89 8,854.84 6,633.58 12,501.47 

$ 10,815.89 $ 8,947.75 $ 9,652.67 $ 29,416.31 


Note 1: Based on full collectibility of all water rate charges after provision for water service free of charge. 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


105 


STATEMENT No. 48 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
NET ADVANCES BY PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 


AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 


Advances: 

Construction of irrigation system and purchase of right-of-way $18,004,833.23 

Purchase of land for land settlement 549,561.73 

Grant in respect of water service charges 490,892.92 

Colonization expense 251,326.08 

Water supply cost in 1956 (part) paid by Province 24,845.50 

Farming, improvements and removing encumbrances from damaged lands 7,541.71 

Consideration payable on water agreements 1,295.00 


$19,330,296.17 

Deduct: Remittances to Province of Alberta 864,791.00 

Excess of advances over remittances to November 30, 1961 $18,465,505.17 

Deduct: 

Agreements and interest receivable $ 1,085,758.53 

Collections under -remitted 33,996.27 

1,119,754.80 

Net advances as at November 30, 1961 $17,345,750.37 


STATEMENT No. 49 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
ADVANCES UNDER APPROPRIATION OF THE LEGISLATURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 1961 


Construction of irrigation system and purchase of right-of-way $ 342,889.98 

Purchase of land for land settlement 67,522.28 

Colonization expense 28,985.59 

Grant in respect of water service charges 403.92 

Farming, improvements and removing encumbrances from damaged lands 1,763.62 


$ 438,038.15 

Deduct: Remitted to Province of Alberta 242,019.05 


Excess of advances over remittances for the year ended November 30, 1961 $ 196,019.10 


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STATEMENT No. 50 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS DEVELOPMENT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT NOVEMBER 30, 1961 
ASSETS 


Cash in treasury branch 
Agreements receivable: 

Water right 

Land sales 


678,687.46 

367,288.44 


Interest accrued on agreements receivable 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable: 

Over-payments on agreements receivable due to reclassification decreases $ 

Miscellaneous 


11,289.94 

1,527.36 


Suspense 

Due to Provincial Treasuer: 

Excess of collections over remittances 


Reserve for agreements receivable and interest 


$ 46,967.54 


1,045,975.90 

39,782.63 

$ 1,132,726.07 


$ 12,817.30 

153.97 

33,996.27 

$ 46,967.54 

1,085,758.53 

$ 1,132,726.07 


Edmonton, Alberta, March 12, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development Colonization Manager for the 
year ended November 30, 1961. 

Water right agreements receivable $678,687.46 are subject to possible reductions through reclassifications in the 
irrigable acreage on the project. 

The amount of $153.97 shown on the Balance Sheet as suspense represents receipts which may be applied on 
agreements receivable or be refunded. 

The value of land purchased for land settlement and not sold to the date of audit has not been determined and 
has not been included on the Balance Sheet. 

Lease rentals receivable estimated by the Colonization Manager to amount to $4,035.95 are not reflected on the 
above Balance Sheet. Proceeds when received, less rates and taxes, will be remitted to the Provincial Treasurer. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to 
show the true financial position of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development Colonization Manager as at 
November 30, 1961, according to information and explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Manager. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 


107 


STATEMENT No. 51 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
UNITED IRRIGATION DISTRICT COLONIZATION MANAGER 
STATEMENT OF NET ADVANCES BY PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Debentures guaranteed by the Province: 

Redemption made under 1945 debt reorganization program $ 550,000.00 

Less: Sinking fund cash and investments 100,404.77 

$ 449,595.23 

Deduct: Excess of remittances over direct advances 10,893.88 


$ 438,701.35 

Deduct: Colonization Manager assets: 

Agreement receivable and accrued interest 1,174.54 


Net advances as at December 31, 1961 $ 437,526.81 


Edmonton, Alberta, January 29, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the United Irrigation District Colonization Manager for the year ended 
December 31, 1961. 

The assets of the Colonization Manager consist of an agreement receivable in arrears and accrued interest of a total 
value of $1,174.54. 

The above Statement of Net Advances by Province of Alberta correctly summarizes the result of advances on behalf 
of the District less remittances to the Province of Alberta to December 31, 1961. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


STATEMENT OF LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND UNEXPENDED BALANCES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


108 


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EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


S-vi« 

General Administration 

1203 

Office of the Public 

Trustee 

Securities Commission 

1205 

Debtor’s Assistance 

Board 

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1207 

Incidental Justice 

1208 

Contingencies 

1209 

Committal of the 

Mentally Incompetent 

j 1210 

Payment of Fines 

Under the Liquor 

Control Act 

1211 

Coroner’s Inquests 

and Investigations 

- 

J 

Supreme and District 

Courts and Sheriff’s 

Offices 

1217 

Process Issuers 

Official Court 

Reporters 

1219 

Judges of the District 

Court 

1220 

Magistrates 

Agents of the 

Attorney General 

1226 

Public Defence 

Witnesses, Jurors 

and Interpreters 

1232 

Land Titles Office, 

Calgary 

1233 

Land Titles Office, 

Edmonton 

Royal Canadian 

Mounted Police 

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£ 67.90 

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10,491.87 

4,528.77 

1,058.61 

2,235.37 




4,716.60 

3,601.84 

5,011.80 

2,528.77 1 

34,173.63 

Automobiles, trucks and mobile 

equipment, expenses 






11 30030 

















11.38 

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49.22 

384.28 


2,’ 


5,887.77 

7,27639 

4,012.16 

5,825.56 

! s&s 

Contracts and agreements 

Fees and commissions 

I’bib’ib 

24o!oO 

l’224!88 



lo’bbojo 

22 5’ 00 

4:59b”57 


37:b62:85 


£00 

1:520:68 

13:674:43 


11,626:14 

20A76.70 

15,714:85 

42,322.50 

"’4070 

"8070 

1 ,662,700:83 

12670 

15070 

119.00 

6,33174 

370 


36570 



005.5 

4,560:40 

8 ,669"b4 

11754:39 


50L9O 

Freight, express and cartage 

Furnishings, equipment and took 

743.59 

13,439.00 

9, 469 J0 

314^45 



20030 






7,18876 


4J42.90 


5,2807 ! 

2 14A5 




9970 


41771 


1,78576 

65,970.75 

216.41 




27574 




1,54371 

364 .96 

72275 

523.14 

9.1 

Hnsptta Fixation 


530J4 



822.28 




















64.20 







87.1 

47074 

42270 

506.25 

1,412.50 

478.80 

■jil 

' 372270 

3756.66 

Liquor Act, share of fines 

Livestock, fur bearing animals, poultry. 































75. C 

157.50 

1 ,40070 


c 

2.092.50 
14702.1 7 

Maintenance in homes and schools 

Materials and supplies, administrative .... 
Materials and supplies, construction 

18*382.11 

1037570 

2,333.36 

280.41 

14,190.47 

" 78.92 

■428:i3 

207:54 


112.79 

I 

>3,474:88 

28:52 

5769:93 

l,27ll31 

9,081:88 

"523.75 

375 

3 76 

12:075:41 

22,42778 


6,182:44 

76.25 

60.26 

12,’584:66 

1, 12371 

4:83777 

24.96 

23.071:95 

51.45 


38/ 

1, 

1797 

9 1702 74 
20,356.91 

132,332.60 

853.67 

152,651.32! 

86,455.40 

670.732-02 

Miscellaneous expenses 

Postage 

£96 

4.752.59 

5 326 30 

730.00 

142 91 


426.02 




5.68 

| 

9:653.73 

'47.17 


480.00 

2,30075 

5070 

"”"4"65 


570070 

7702:25 


672.44 


I'M 

43570 


15070 



>5o:c 

’40073 


70070. 

; 

787.11 

4276635 

Refunds and remissions 

Rentals 

2079 





163.90 

38.04 

‘i‘i5lob 



1301:37 


"97:5b 




1670 





1870 


1570 


•42:91 


570 

76870 



>863 

788.50 

89770 



7787.49 

Repair and maintenance of furnishings, 
equipment and tools 


11.84 





















252.14 





415.27 



>88. 

1,196.54 

499.22 

3,277.441 

1,121.68! 

7,083.14 

Repair and maintenance of office 

Salaries . 

2,083.72 

340,179.31 

2,158.11 

350,794.63 

205.91 

69,399.56 

101.78 

12,564.38 






8,220.00 


2,893.16 

15,278.33 


237J09.70 

29,758.02 

1,567.98 

399,635.73 

32.29 

108,987.81 



328 697 16 

462.17483 




1,021.49 

368.68 

9.19 

23,441.95 

110.28 

154,109.45 


25,: 

4 

380'967 67 

196.04 

436.*fi:d 

281.913.99 

1930771 
5373 .535.06 

Tub^ ^ ! ph * 

1781*66 

8670 

1,133.20 

31.90 


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151.15 


2,822.11 


334.85 

4,008.45 

1,279.00 

l,32i:55 

"50:4b 

14:40 

57875 

"39:60 


i:035 75 

270 


83477 

11 

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4 

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928.35 

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1,823.50 

’U2.45| 

1,823.50 

18.731.62 

15301-98 

Travelling expenses of other than public 



138.55 



1 646 80 


25 05 






64 90 


2 771 52 







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281.75 


63762.09 

Travelling expenses of public servants 

Tuition 

Wages 

ioibool58 

252.58 

4,418.60 

32.52 


605.86 

869J6 

14.04 


5> 731.48 


2,247.66 

285.00 


9,77674 


17,5 2679 

195.00 

2,250.14 



7 —. 

242.20 


84797:27 


17’l 1375 

15,430:12 

biTi’b 

456.20 


i 

53.99 

J 

'54174 

‘54i:4S 

195 27 

169.5S9.' 

22375 

TOTAL: Income Account 

£392,445.54 

| 1380,421.86 

£ 79,904.59 

£ 13,160.52 

£ 15,014.25 

£ 24,256.01 

£ 4,549.10 

£ 4.837.2C 

> £218,463.92 

£ 55,447.46 

5(5 

94,589.54 

£ 1,596.37 

£277,781.40 

£ 35,607.54 

£451,832.85 

£133,642.15 

£ 15,915.30 

£ 72,029.61 

£347,57178 

£494,067.51 

£1,662,700.83 

?314, 113.80 

f! 22,072.96 

?368, 980.76 

£141,055.58 

? 30,127.40 

J182, 541.54 

? 

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|£5 15,142.28 

£469,434.60 

S691.l54.9oj 

£399.S0S.90 i 

18.687377 




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113 


STATEMENT No. 54 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED 


Alberta institution for girls: 

Maintenance of wards $ 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Belmont hostel: 

Services and supplies to staff 

Belmont rehabilitation centre: 

Farm 

Maintenance of prisoners 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Bowden institution: 

Farm 

Maintenance of wards 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Clerks of Court Act 

Commissioners for Oaths Act 

Confiscated money and sale of confiscated goods 

Debtors’ Assistance Act 

Estreated bail 

Forfeited appeal costs 

Juvenile offenders’ branch 

Land Titles Act: 

Assurance fund 

Registration fees, etc 

Magistrates and Justices Act 

Miscellaneous 

Notaries Public Act 

Outstanding cheques 

Police costs 

Private Detectives Act 

Provincial gaol, Calgary: 

Farm 

Maintenance of prisoners 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Provincial gaol, Fort Saskatchewan: 

Farm 

Maintenance of prisoners 

Sale of license plates 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Provincial gaol, Lethbridge: 

Farm 

Maintenance of prisoners 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Public Trustee Act: 

Consolidated fund and special reserve fund fees 

Fees and earnings 

Unclaimed balances of estates 

Reimbursement of committal expenses, Mental Diseases Act ... 

Securities Act 

Sheriffs’ Act 

Small debt court fees 

Solicitors’ earnings and reimbursements 

Statute fines: 

Government of Canada 

Provincial 


MARCH 31, 1962 

In Excess of Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

23,137.50 $ 

15,500.00 $ 

7,637.50 $ 


1,508.50 

1,500.00 

8.50 


55.00 


55.00 


1,084.00 

1,000.00 

84.00 


17,812.83 

20,900.00 


3,087.17 

5,092.00 

700.00 

4,392.00 


1,038.00 

900.00 

138.00 


1,820.85 

2,500.00 


679.15 

21,312.70 

22,000.00 


687.30 

28,915.00 

25,000.00 

3,915.00 


5,167.95 

4,500.00 

667.95 


12,806.16 

8,500.00 

4,306.16 


532,772.27 

520,000.00 

12,772.27 


24,118.00 

20,000.00 

4,118.00 


1,146.11 

1,000.00 

146.11 


283.12 

1,000.00 


716.88 

9,690.00 

6,000.00 

3,690.00 



50.00 


50.00 

16,536.08 

26,000.00 


9,463.92 

500,000.00 

500,000.00 



1,751,983.90 1 

1,500,000.00 

251,983.90 


209,836.72 

190,000.00 

19,836.72 


1,017.28 

250.00 

767.28 


1,460.00 

1,400.00 

60.00 


262.11 

100.00 

162.11 


1,761.64 

2,000.00 


238.36 

1,190.00 

600.00 

590.00 


17,899.95 

11,000.00 

6,899.95 


943.00 

2,000.00 


1,057.00 

1,972.55 

2,000.00 


27.45 

187.77 


187.77 


27,302.53 

30,500.00 


3,197.47 

15,857.00 

13,000.00 

2,857.00 



115,315.20 

112,000.00 

3,315.20 


1,710.50 

2,500.00 


789.50 

3,084.48 

2,000.00 

1,084.48 


27,166.67 

38,000.00 


10,833.33 

168.00 


168.00 


723.00 

1,000.00 


277.00 

2,261.19 

1,000.00 

1,261.19 


50,000.00 

40,000.00 

10,000.00 


329,589.63 

280,000.00 

49,589.63 


16,123.66 

2,500.00 

13,623.66 


1,135.44 


1,135.44 


59,595.00 

42,000.00 

17,595.00 


138,869.71 

120,000.00 

18,869.71 


6,698.30 

4,000.00 

2,698.30 


12,458.29 

10,000.00 

2,458.29 


497,267.12 

440,000.00 

57,267.12 


1,136,288.47 : 

1,020,000.00 

1 16,288.47 




(Continued on Page 114) 


114 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Succession Duties Act: 

Certificate fees 

Examination fees 

Succession duties 

Unclaimed suitors’ money 

TOTAL: Income Account 


STATEMENT No. 54 — Continued 
INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 

Actual Estimates 


In Excess of Less than 
Estimates Estimates 


$ 131.00 $ $ 131.00 $ 

163.00 163.00 

1,016.64 2,000.00 983.36 

23,997.90 2,000.00 21,997.90 


$5,659,733.72 $5,048,900.00 $ 610,833.72 
(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT 


115 


STATEMENT No. 55 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

EXPENDITURE OF SUPREME AND DISTRICT COURTS AND 
SHERIFFS’ OFFICES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Calgary 

Drumheller ... 
Edmonton 
Fort Macleod 
Grande Prairie 

Hanna 

Lethbridge 

Medicine Hat 
Peace River 
Red Deer 
Vegreville 
Wetaskiwin 


Supreme and District Courts and Sheriffs’ Offices, 
Appropriation 1216 


Salaries 

Expenses 

Total 

$ 151,193.19 

$ 10,127.67 

$ 161,320.86 

8,458.04 

881.54 

9,339.58 

164,800.03 

22,759.75 

187,559.78 

16,545.00 

1,041.94 

17,586.94 

23,850.00 

1,279.48 

25,129.48 

8,679.93 

1,111.82 

9,791.75 

39,600.00 

1,620.01 

41,220.01 

20,938.84 

1,628.14 

22,566.98 

24,695.90 

1,885.62 

26,581.52 

34,707.37 

2,498.50 

37,205.87 

25,540.00 

2,171.65 

27,711.65 

26,270.03 

2,305.09 

28,575.12 

$ 545,278.33 

$ 49,311.21 

$ 594,589.54 


$ 594,589.54 


116 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE 


STATEMENT No 56 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 

ASSETS 


GENERAL ACCOUNT: 

Cash in banks $ 172.99 

Advances to estates 18,456.29 

Interest on advances to estates 871.10 


TRUST ACCOUNT: 

Estates’ and beneficiaries’ assets: 

Investments in debentures and savings certificates: 


Government of Canada, direct and guaranteed $ 6,346,215.11 

Provincial issues, direct and guaranteed 8,879,654.15 

Municipal and school districts 2,314,306.11 

Miscellaneous securities 1,366,920.80 


19,500.38 


Accrued interest on investments 

Cash in banks and treasury branches 

Mortgages, agreements and notes receivable 

Accounts receivable 

Rents receivable 

Real estate 

Miscellaneous assets 


$18,907,096.17 

182,631.51 

450,545.34 

1,008,849.44 

86,733.61 

20,373.42 

3,607,704.56 

977,811.22 

25,241,745.27 


GENERAL ACCOUNT: 

Provincial Treasurer: 

Advance 

Interest on advances to estates 


LIABILITIES 


TRUST ACCOUNT: 

Estates’ and beneficiaries’ liabilities: 

Advances and interest due to Provincial Treasurer 

Accounts payable 

Provincial mental hospitals, maintenance 

Mortgages, agreements and notes payable 


$25,261,245.65 


$ 18,629.28 

871.10 

$ 19,500.38 


$ 19,327.39 

348,246.41 
762,354.87 
186,433.61 


$ 1,316,362.28 


Reserves: 

Reserves for uncollected mortgage interest $ 27,791.39 

Reserve for uncollected rents 20,373.42 

Special reserve, Statement No. 57 1,405,819.73 


$ 1,453,984.54 

Estates’ and beneficiaries’ capital and revenue, net $22,356,889.06 

Undistributed investment earnings, Statement No. 57 114,509.39 

25,241,745.27 


$25,261,245.65 

Edmonton, Alberta, May 7, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Public Trustee for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Securities held were verified by examination and certificates from depositaries, and agreed with records of the Public 
Trustee. 

Estates’ and beneficiaries’ capital accounts represent the net value of assets under administration. Valuations are 
based on information available to the Public Trustee, and are subject to realization and adjustment as estates are 
administered. 

Accounts payable and mortgages, agreements and notes payable are shown only to extent of the book value of 
available assets. Amounts due Provincial mental hospitals represent unpaid maintenance charges, which are shown 
only to the extent of the book value of available assets, and are computed to September 30, 1961. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the Public Trustee as at December 31, 1961 according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Public Trustee. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., Provincial Auditor 


ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT 


117 


STATEMENT No. 57 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE 

CONSOLIDATED INVESTMENT FUND 


STATEMENT OF EARNINGS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 
COMMON FUND: 

Undistributed earnings as at January 1, 1961 $ 100,645.81 

Net earnings: 

Earnings on investments and deposit balances $ 582,010.99 

Less: Miscellaneous expense 235.02 

581,775.97 


# 682,421.78 

Earnings distributed: 

On deposits at 3.6% per annum to April 30, 1961 and 4% per annum 

to October 31, 1961 $ 474,192.45 

Special Reserve Fund, excess earnings 93,719.94 

567,912.39 


Undistributed earnings as at December 31, 1961 $ 114,509.39 


SPECIAL RESERVE FUND: 

Balance as at January 1, 1961 $ 1,295,372.54 

Add: 

Earnings on investments and deposit balances $ 56,727.25 

Excess earnings from Common Fund 93,719.94 


$ 150,447.19 


Less: Payment to Provincial Treasurer toward cost of administration 40,000.00 

110,447.19 

Balance as at December 31, 1961 # 1,405,819.73 


XIII.— EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 


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123 


STATEMENT No. 60 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR 

ENDED MARCH 31, 

1962 





In Excess of 

Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Appeal fees 

$ 5,294.46 $ 

4,500.00 $ 

794.46 $ 


Audio-visual education 

10,209.93 

10,000.00 

209.93 


Examination fees 

147,593.60 

144,000.00 

3,593.60 


Government of Canada Re: 





Assistance to students 

10,037.50 


10,037.50 


Instruction in citizenship 

2,091.00 

2,500.00 


409.00 

Vocational Training, Southern Alberta Institute of 





Technology 

330,910.78 

167,024.00 

163,886.78 


High school correspondence course fees 

191,094.88 

301,000.00 


109.905.12 

Miscellaneous 

1,364.53 

4,400.00 


3,035.47 

Red Deer grade XII summer school fees 

19,244.00 

23,300.00 


4,056.00 

Reimbursement of salaries 

232,558.86 

229,316.00 

3,242.86 


Repayment of grants 

10,872.55 

10,872.55 


Sale of materials 

48,138.28 

55,000.00 


6,861.72 

Sale of publications 

22,069.86 

16,500.00 

5,569.86 

School for the Deaf: 





Services and supplies to staff 

18,855.24 

19,000.00 


144.76 

Teachers’ certificates 

4,306.51 

4,000.00 

306.51 


Technical school fees 

138,795.21 

135,000.00 

3,795.21 


Tool and key deposits, surplus 

376.14 


376.14 


Transcripts 

17,306.03 

14,500.00 

2,806.03 


University of Alberta students’ loans 

712.67 


712.67 


TOTAL: Income Account 

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81,792.03 





(Net) 



Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


124 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 61 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
SCHOOL BOOK BRANCH 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


ASSETS 

Accounts receivable 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 


Stock on hand, at cost 

Less: Allowance for obsolescence 

Prepaid expenses 

Equipment and automobile, at cost less accumulated depreciation 


$ 78,682.12 

500.05 


$ 540,282.40 

18,096.80 


78,182.07 


522,185.60 

3,876.11 

6,374.89 


$ 610,618.67 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 

Estimated liability under rental plan for interest on Provincial Treasurer’s advance 


Provincial Treasurer’s advance 

Surplus: 

Surplus as at April 1, 1961 $ 55,277.96 

Add: Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 106,288.98 


$ 161,566.94 

Deduct: Remitted to Provincial Treasurer 55,27 7.96 


36,257.09 

308.15 

467,764.45 


106,288.98 


$ 610,618.67 


Edmonton, Alberta, June 20, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the School Book Branch for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

Accounts receivable include $12,509.79 due from school divisions, school districts and counties under the textbook 
rental plan of the Branch and payable over two years. 

The allowance for obsolescence of stock is based on an estimate made by the Manager of the Branch. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the School Book Branch as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Branch and the accompanying Statement of Operations correctly sets 
forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 


125 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 62 


SCHOOL BOOK BRANCH 
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Sales (Note 1) 

Deduct: Cost of goods sold: 

Inventory, April 1, 1961 

Purchases 

Freight, express and cartage on purchases 

Duty and brokerage 


$ 2,214,330.14 

$ 328,723.14 

2,065,013.86 
54,454.04 
214.72 


Less: Inventory, March 31, 1962 


$ 2,448,405.76 
540,282.40 

1,908,123.36 


Gross profit 

Less: Expenses: 

Salaries and wages 

Interest on advance 

Freight, express and cartage on sales 
Printing, office and warehouse supplies 

Postage 

Rent 

Insurance 

Automobile 

Depreciation on equipment and automobile 

Travelling 

Telegraph and telephone 


$ 306,206.78 


125,499.00 

28,230.80 

16,339.77 

15,149.64 

8,439.73 

2,500.00 

1,598.93 

702.76 

701.57 

692.65 

62.95 


199,917.80 


Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 


106,288.98 


Note 1: Sales include $260,785.69 contribution by the Province of Alberta in respect 
of an additional discount allowed to divisions, districts and counties under 
the textbook rental plan in accordance with Order-in-Council 935/57. 


STATEMENT No. 63 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
SCHOOL TREASURERS’ BOND PREMIUM ADVANCES 
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Accounts receivable April 1, 1961 $ 1,976.88 

Add: Premiums charged during the year 1,588.46 

$ 3,565.34 

Less: Cash received 2,162.51 

Accounts receivable from school divisions and school districts, March 31, 1962 $ 1,402.83 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


126 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 64 


UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Buildings and equipment in service: 

Land, buildings and plant $43,784,160.75 

Furnishings and equipment 9,930,140.29 


Loan receivable: 

Students’ Union re buildings contributions, see contra 

Investments: 

Provincial direct and guaranteed debentures at book value 

(market value $191,250.00) 

Current: 

Cash on hand, in banks and treasury branch 


Accounts receivable: 

Sundry debtors $ 149,264.01 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 2,500.00 


$ 146,764.01 

Government of the Province of Alberta 1,392,128.36 

Government of Canada 410,665.07 

Due from trust account 21,431.68 


Accrued interest 

Merchandise held for resale 

Prepaid expenses: 

Supplies on hand 

Unexpired insurance 

Other assets: 

Livestock 

Deposit, Workmen’s Compensation Board 


$ 175,678.51 


1,970,989.12 

13,933.21 

318,763.74 


$ 139,817.80 

4,727.75 


$ 43,248.50 

8,564.00 


$53,714,301.04 

282,952.84 

199,050.00 


2,479,364.58 

144,545.55 

51,812.50 


Trust: 

Investments, book value: 

Government of Canada bonds, direct and guaranteed 
Provincial debentures, direct and guaranteed 

Municipal debentures 

Corporation debentures 

Corporation shares 

Cash on hand and in banks 

Loans receivable 

Real estate, shares and sundry, nominal value 


$56,872,026.51 


$ 1,422,500.00 
2,331,785.00 
6,000.00 
20,125.00 
63,161.46 

$ 3,843,571.46 

284,395.17 

59,665.42 

9.00 

4,187,641.05 


$61,059,667.56 


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 64 — Continued 

LIABILITIES 

Capital and surplus: 

Capital provided by the Government of the Province of Alberta 

Capital surplus 

Debenture debt: 

5 54% debentures due March 15, 1982 

Non-interest bearing debentures due June 1, 1975 

Loan payable: 

Government of the Province of Alberta re buildings contributions, see contra 
Current: 

Bank overdraft 

Accounts payable 

Accrued interest 

Deferred income: 

Fees 

Other 

Reserves: 

Library funds unexpended 

University Athletic Board funds unexpended 

Federal aid funds unexpended 

Land exchange 

Workmen’s Compensation Board 

Provincial Laboratory of Public Health, operating 

Operating, general, Statement No. 66 


#47,433,706.96 

5,343,135.73 

#52,776,842.69 


# 750,000.00 

300,000.00 

1,050,000.00 


282,952.84 


# 973,747.05 

980.401.00 
9,329.05 

1,963,477.10 

# 55,789.29 

632.05 

56,421.34 

# 54,473.13 
42,789.88 
39,967.36 
24,226.42 

8,564.00 

22,804.74 

549.507.01 

742,332.54 


Trust: 

General endowment: 

Rockefeller Foundation 

Scholarships: 

Escheated estates # 868,017.12 

General 638,459.77 


Research 

Grants and loans 

General purposes 

Students’ unions 

Held on behalf of others 
Due to general account 


#56,872,026.51 


# 500,000.00 


1,506,476.89 

938,381.66 

118,556.29 

783,559.58 

234,283.75 

84,951.20 

21,431.68 

4,187,641.05 


#61,059,667.56 


Edmonton, Alberta, July 31, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the University of Alberta for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

Operating Results 

Operations for the year ended March 31, 1962 resulted in a surplus of #107,301.21 as compared with a surplus 
of #104,119.01 for the previous fiscal period. Details of operations are shown in Statement No. 65. 

The surplus for the year has been carried to operating reserve. Transactions within the reserve are set forth in 
Statement No. 66. 

Maintenance and upkeep of the building used by the Faculty of Education in Edmonton has been provided by the 
Province direct. 

Financial Position 

Buildings, plant, furnishings and equipment are stated on the Balance Sheet at original cost. No provision has been 
made for depreciation, but an independent appraisal, completed during the year ended March 31, 1950, indicates that 
values have been maintained through repairs and renewals, which have been financed from revenue and reserve accounts. 

Investments, general and trust, were verified by actual examination, and agreed with the records of the University. 

Inventories of merchandise for resale and supplies on hand are certified as to quantities and prices by officials of 
the University. 


(Continued on Page 128) 


128 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 64 — Continued 


Capital and capital surplus transactions during the year are summarized hereunder: 
Capital provided by the Government of the Province of Alberta: 


Balance as at April 1, 1961 $41,689,492.99 

Add: Advances during the year: 

Medical science building 1,690,493.09 

Calgary gymnasium 849,356.75 

Education building 323,533.79 

Students’ health services building 155,118.66 

Calgary site 146,091.37 

Paving and grounds 130,724.59 

Engineering building 70,602.59 

Teaching buildings improvements 65,124.89 

Banff school buildings 64,204.8 8 

Residences and faculty houses 59,605.68 

Power and steam lines 51,807.06 

Power plant building 50,340.24 

Calgary sundry buildings 46,944.23 

Edmonton sundry buildings 32,630.61 

Hydraulics laboratory 21,138.05 

Banff cosmic ray laboratory 12,745.00 

Equipment 1,973,752.49 


Capital surplus: 

Balance at April 1, 1961 

Add: Acquired from trusts and donated funds: 

Buildings: 

Kinsella ranch buildings $ 38,395.56 

Banff school buildings 5,000.00 

Equipment 

Kinsella ranch, livestock 

Library books 

Income contributions: 

Buildings: 

Banff school buildings 

Equipment 

Library books 


$ 4,781,776.92 


43,395.56 

162,876.33 

7,006.50 

16,329.90 


51,000.00 

18,570.22 

269,410.38 


$47,433,706.96 


Deduct: Demolition of buildings, book value 


$ 5,350,365.81 
7,230.08 

5,343,135.73 


$52,776,842.69 


Final cost to the University of Alberta of McMahon Stadium, Calgary was determined to be $1,050,000.00. In 
settlement thereof the University issued $750,000.00, 5}4% debentures due March 15, 1982 and $300,000.00 non- 
interest bearing debentures due June 1, 1975. The 6% debentures due June 15, 1975 previously issued in respect of 
construction costs were surrendered for redemption upon issue of the 5/4% debentures due March 15, 1982. The 
interest bearing debentures are guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Government of the Province of Alberta. 
Non-interest bearing debentures presently held in escrow are to be surrendered from time to time as a gift to the Uni- 
versity. Operations of McMahon Stadium are conducted by the McMahon Stadium Society and no revenues or 
expenditures are reflected in the accounts of the University. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as 
to show the true financial position of the University of Alberta as at March 31, 1962 according to information and 
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the University, and the accompanying Statement of Revenue 
and Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 


129 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 65 


UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA 


STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


REVENUE 

Grants: 

Province of Alberta: 

General $ 8,000,000.00 

Clinical research, University of Alberta Hospital, see contra 50,000.00 

Debt charges, see contra 1,394,550.98 


Government of Canada: 
Federal aid 


Fees: 

Tuition 

Examination and special, net 

Interest on Rockefeller Foundation endowment 

Deduct: Transferred to medical research trust 

Grants in aid 

University Athletic Board funds, see contra 

Operating departments, net revenue as per Statement No. 68 


$ 9,444,550.98 
1,946,597.31 

$11,391,148.29 

$ 2,753,412.65 
42,603.88 

2,796,016.53 

$ 20,000.00 
10,000.00 

10,000.00 

15,000.00 

53,582.08 

49,848.73 


$14,315,595.63 

EXPENDITURE 


Faculties and schools, net, as per Statement No. 67 $ 8,618,968.57 

Maintenance of buildings and grounds 1,788,520.66 

Expenditures, as per contra: 

Debt charges 1,394,550.98 

Grant to University of Alberta Hospital re clinical research 50,000.00 

Provision for University Athletic Board expenses 53,582.08 

Administrative salaries and expenses, general 531,686.37 

Public service departments, net, as per Statement No. 69 306,678.71 

Other expenditures, net, as per Statement No. 70 1,464,307.05 


$14,208,294.42 

Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962, carried to Operating Reserve, Statement 

No. 66 $ 107,301.21 


130 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA 

STATEMENT OF OPERATING RESERVE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Balance as at April 1, 1961 

Add: 

Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 $ 

Transfer from Provinical Laboratory of Public Health operating reserve: 

Excess of expenditure over revenue 

Transfer from trust re student breakage recoveries 

Proceeds from disposal of equipment 

Recovery of sales tax 


Deduct: 

Purchase of snack bar equipment from the Students’ Union 
Balance as at March 31, 1962 


STATEMENT No. 66 


$ 387,996.94 

107,301.21 

9,096.89 

17,466.89 

32,246.03 

835.05 

166,946.07 


$ 554,943.01 

5,436.00 


$ 549,507.01 


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 


131 


STATEMENT No. 67 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA 

SCHEDULE OF FACULTIES AND SCHOOLS NET EXPENDITURE 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 



Salaries and 


Supplies and 

Total 

Deduct: 

Net 


Wages 

Pensions 

Other Expenses 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Expenditure 

Faculty of Agriculture: 







Dean’s office 

.. $ 29,675.75 $ 

1,408.12 £ 2,065.02 

$ 33,148.89 $ 


$ 33,148.89 

Agricultural engineering 

29,377.08 

1,738.74 

2,452.02 

33,567.84 


33,567.84 

Animal science 

188,683.82 

9,135.24 

158,170.87 

355,989.93 

116,905.13 

239,084.80 

Dairy science 

43,121.27 

2,355.63 

16,197.94 

61,674.84 


61,674.84 

Entomology 

47,428.84 

2,517.40 

2,981.80 

52,928.04 


52,928.04 

Plant science 

224,960.82 

9,416.08 

33,790.94 

268,167.84 

23.40 

268,144.44 

Soil science 

59,149.06 

2,091.00 

13,308.58 

74,548.64 


74,548.64 

Faculty of Arts and Science: 







Dean’s office 

28,081.30 

1,106.25 

3,026.20 

32,213.75 


32,213.75 

Botany 

92,856.52 

4,933.61 

6,136.85 

103,926.98 


103,926.98 

Chemistry 

440,721.69 

13,941.05 

172,417.03 

627,079.77 

9,978.64 

617,101.13 

Classics 

41,976.50 

1,548.78 

306.68 

43,831.96 


43,831.96 

English 

228,361.41 

9,273.97 

1,489.15 

239,124.53 


239,124.53 

Fine Arts 

148,052.37 

7,672.21 

15,533.78 

171,258.36 

7,883.00 

163,375.36 

Geography 

77,246.23 

3,519.74 

3,330.11 

84,096.08 


84,096.08 

Geology 

121,926.51 

6,328.32 

10,945.86 

139,200.69 


139,200.69 

History 

120,182.78 

4,786.43 

1,888.18 

126,857.39 


126,857.39 

Mathematics 

252,102.93 

13,198.64 

3,754.60 

269,056.17 


269,056.17 

Modern languages 

185,160.58 

7,081.27 

2,237.88 

194,479.73 


194,479.73 

Philosophy 

56,304.94 

2,753.88 

1,339.64 

60,398.46 


60,398.46 

Physics 

326,649.09 

14,210.32 

65,190.45 

406,049.86 


406,049.86 

Political economy 

159,762.49 

7,437.58 

2,818.22 

170,018.29 


170,018.29 

Psychology 

92,745.54 

3,989.88 

9,052.55 

105,787.97 

2,506.50 

103,281.47 

Sociology 

76,039.39 

2,637.29 

1,569.49 

80,246.17 


80,246.17 

Western Board of Music 

10,894.01 

37.44 

5,271.83 

16,203.28 

11,860.64 

4,342.64 

Zoology 

126,969.77 

4,230.50 

23,971.98 

155,172.25 


155,172.25 

Calgary: 







Arts and science 

8,892.29 


6,912.88 

15,805.17 


15,805.17 

Botany 

21,086.05 

873.72 

2,235.83 

24,195.60 


24,195.60 

Chemistry 

73,237.84 

2,071.14 

38,799.56 

114,108.54 


114,108.54 

Classics 

12,000.00 

658.75 

67.87 

12,726.62 


12,726.62 

English 

54,519.88 

2,084.63 

89.38 

56,693.89 


56,693.89 

Fine arts 

11,179.25 

294.24 

631.22 

12,104.71 


12,104.71 

Geography 

16,641.05 

202.72 

579.68 

17,423.45 


17,423.45 

Geology 

13,079.26 

420.00 

1,434.87 

14,934.13 


14,934.13 

History 

34,692.79 

1,955.85 

359.47 

37,008.11 


37,008.11 

Mathematics 

60.583.09 

2,609.51 

581.52 

63,774.12 


63,774.12 

Modem languages 

29,724.57 

739.76 

682.35 

31,146.68 


31,146.68 

Philosophy 

12,090.27 

193.97 

139.67 

12,423.91 


12,423.91 

Physics 

82,036.29 

2,635.48 

31,886.82 

116,558.59 


116,558.59 

Political economy 

22,204.44 

801.64 

314.48 

23,320.56 


23,320.56 

Psychology 

16,366.05 

502.44 

643.63 

17,512.12 


17,512.12 

Sociology 

17,649.92 

438.97 

97.30 

18,186.19 


18,186.19 

Zoology 

23,391.10 

629.68 

5,126.16 

29,146.94 


29,146.94 

Faculty of Commerce: 







Edmonton 

102,605.68 

3,949.77 

6,257.32 

112,812.77 


112,812.77 

Calgary 

5,434.08 


102.15 

5,536.23 


5,536.23 

Faculty of Dentistry: 




Dean’s office 

11,083.53 

562.56 

1,245.82 

12,891.91 


12,891.91 

Dentistry 

277,797.42 

11,303.16 

42,561.64 

331,662.22 

32,886.01 

298,776.21 

Faculty of Education: 







Dean’s office 

27,503.07 

1,554.33 

674.47 

29,731.87 


29,731.87 

Educational administration .. 

114,298.74 

4,247.74 

2,430.55 

120,977.03 


120,977.03 

Educational foundations 

47,789.42 

2,290.60 

650.07 

50,730.09 


50,730.09 

Educational psychology 

124,526.99 

5,663.96 

3,690.04 

133,880.99 


133,880.99 

Elementary education 

156,422.78 

6,786.94 

4,304.99 

167,514.71 


167,514.71 

Secondary education 

91,978.78 

4,426.84 

3,610.74 

100,016.36 


100,016.36 

Education student teaching .. 

95,464.68 

702.00 

3,741.74 

99,908.42 


99,908.42 

Education general office 

28,149.07 

126.00 

14,279.50 

42,554.57 

11,644.79 

30,909.78 

Education, Calgary 

241,600.00 

8,909.33 

11,361.61 

261,870.94 

560.50 

261,310.44 


(Continued on Page 132) 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Faculty of Engineering: 

Dean’s office 

Chemical and petroleum 

engineering 

Civil engineering 

Electrical engineering 

Mechanical engineering 

Mining and metallurgy 

Engineering, Calgary 

Faculty of Graduate Studies 

School of Household Economics 
Faculty of Law: 

Dean’s office 

Edmonton 

Calgary 

Faculty of Medicine: 

Dean’s office 

Anatomy 

Anaesthesia 

Bacteriology, medical section ... 
Bacteriology, microbiology 

section 

Biochemistry 

Clinical medicine 

Clinical surgery 

Obstetrics and gynaecology ...i 

Pathology ... 

Pediatrics 

Pharmacology 

Physiology 

Preventive medicine 

Psychiatry 

Radiology 

Special teaching and 

research in medicine 

School of Nursing 

Faculty of Pharmacy 

School of Physical and 

Occupational Therapy 

School of Physical Education: 

Edmonton 

Calgary 

Evening Credit Program 

Summer School: 

Edmonton 

Calgary 


STATEMENT No. 67— Continued 


Salaries and 

Supplies and 

Total 

Deduct: 

Net 

Wages 

Pensions Other Expenses 

Expenditure 

Revenue 

Expenditure 

# 25,524.95 # 

1,690.73 # 

3,841.25 # 

31,056.93 # 


# 31,056.93 

129,983.97 

5,165.71 

22,570.86 

157,720.54 


157,720.54 

257,462.01 

11,248.87 

23,036.59 

291,747.47 

5,000.00 

286,747.47 

128,510.07 

5,500.74 

9,601.70 

143,612.51 


143,612.51 

112,952.23 

5,533.99 

9,362.76 

127,848.98 


127,848.98 

74,779.64 

4,474.04 

9,297.58 

88,551.26 


88,551.26 

55,987.34 

2,179.18 

3,555.61 

61,722.13 


61,722.13 

20,737.01 

1,342.44 

3,376.14 

25,455.59 


25,455.59 

72,720.49 

2,969.42 

6,607.26 

82,297.17 


82,297.17 

10,260.00 

700.56 

394.35 

11,354.91 


11,354.91 

55,791.42 

3,379.77 

1,505.18 

60,676.37 


60,676.37 

1,200.00 



1,200.00 


1,200.00 

33,962.31 

1,953.46 

3,368.42 

39,284.19 


39,284.19 

86,087.06 

3,899.67 

5,265.99 

95,252.72 


95,252.72 

12,250.00 

264.96 

137.32 

12,652.28 


12,652.28 

50,439.87 

2,525.25 

4,846.03 

57,811.15 


57,811.15 

39,554.96 

1,447.80 

9,537.86 

50,540.62 


50,540.62 

110,499.61 

5,437.45 

10,733.08 

126,670.14 

360.00 

126,310.14 

100,584.78 

4,349.46 

584.69 

105,518.93 

20,500.00 

85,018.93 

109,340.92 

3,875.60 

1,335.62 

114,552.14 


114,552.14 

33,702.67 

673.73 

504.21 

34,880.61 


34,880.61 

55,403.93 

1,470.36 

3,488.02 

60,362.31 


60,362.31 

56,732.47 

2,394.75 

412.25 

59,539.47 

2,200.00 

57,339.47 

43,918.77 

1,928.68 

5,152.80 

51,000.25 


51,000.25 

81,685.99 

3,780.90 

6,685.50 

92,152.39 


92,152.39 

19,745.56 

682.98 

424.50 

20,853.04 


20,853.04 

58,919.70 

1,916.37 

852.90 

61,688.97 


61,688.97 

3,050.00 



3,050.00 


3,050.00 

70,673.23 

1,253.36 

19,250.00 

91,176.59 


91,176.59 

44,163.84 

1,374.49 

1,940.90 

47,479.23 


47,479.23 

85,008.16 

4,219.63 

14,057.01 

103,284.80 

384.91 

102,899.89 

41,037.15 

1,711.68 

5,563.83 

48,312.66 

24,156.33 

24,156.33 

214,465.29 

9,493.06 

17,759.16 

241,717.51 

10,941.13 

230,776.38 

39,369.2 7 

1,337.49 

5,509.54 

46,216.30 

1,017.00 

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53,347.85 

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8,151.77 

61,637.12 


61,637.12 

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13,279.56 

146,616.09 


146,616.09 

26,108.44 


3,989.59 

30,098.03 


30,098.03 

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305,760.69 # 

980,720.81 #8,877,776.55 # 

258,807.98 #8,618,968.57 


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STATEMENT No. 73 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Forfeited election deposits 

Public Service Pension Act 

Research Council of Alberta: 

Coal analysis fees 

Gasoline testing fees 

Government of Canada Re: 

National Research Council: 

Consolidated grant 

Technical information service grant 

Iron ore pilot plant, reimbursement 

Miscellaneous 

Sale of reports 

Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 

TOTAL: Income Account 


In Excess of Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

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$ 394.32 $ 


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2,300,000.00 

332,490.66 


1,643.50 

2,000.00 


356.50 

18,617.50 

27,500.00 


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20,000.00 


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7,068.63 


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438,734.57 

400,000.00 

38,734.57 



$3,147,675.20 $2,755,000.00 $ 392,675.20 
(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

EXPENDITURE UNDER THE ELECTION ACT 


EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 
PUBLIC SERVICE PENSION ACT 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
RECEIPTS 

Contributions: 

Employees 

Employers 


STATEMENT No. 75 


$ 2,163,339.88 
469,150.78 


PAYMENTS 

Pensions: 

Pension payments 

Lump sum payments in lieu of pensions 

Payments to deceased employees’ beneficiaries, Section 25 

Withdrawals: 

Refunds upon employees leaving service, Section 23 

Refunds of excess contributions 

Contributions in respect of employees transferred to the Board of Administrators 

of the Teachers’ Retirement Fund, Section 32 

Contributions in respect of employees transferred to Alberta Government 
Telephones Pension Board, Section 32 


# 2,632,490.66 


$ 1,375,271.56 
57,722.44 
40,885.29 

$ 1,473,879.29 

# 408,572.22 

9,817.03 

35.181.49 

13.577.50 

467,148.24 


$ 1,941,027.53 

Excess of receipts over payments for the year ended March 31, 1962 $ 691,463.13 

Note: All receipts under the Public Service Pension Act have been credited as revenue to the General Revenue Fund 
of the Province and all payments have been made therefrom. 

Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


Contributions: 

Employees 

Employers 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 76 


TEMPORARY PROVINCIAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT ACT 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
RECEIPTS 


$ 388,015.74 

50,718.83 


$ 438,734.57 


PAYMENTS 

Lump sum payments in lieu of annuities 

Annuities, Section 10 

Withdrawals: 

Refunds upon employees leaving service, Section 13 

Refund of excess contributions 


$ 174,306.64 

347.32 

$ 174,653.96 

$ 68,207.31 

8,040.13 

76,247.44 


$ 250,901.40 

Excess of receipts over payments for the year ended March 31, 1962 $ 187,833.17 

Note: All receipts under the Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act have been credited as revenue to the 
General Revenue Fund of the Province and all payments have been made therefrom. 

Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


142 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 77 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 
ASSETS 


Assessments receivable $ 511,093.39 

Less: Reserve for doubtful assessments receivable 46,778.49 


$ 464,314.90 

Estimated adjustment re assessments receivable, net 1,011,343.18 


$1,475,658.08 

48,326.97 

8,105.00 

23,869.67 

828,328.36 

$65,560,124.74 

1,311,223.13 

64,248,901.61 


Equipment, less depreciation 82,476.36 

Automobiles, less depreciation 14,217.50 

Head Office building, less depreciation 560,365.78 

Land ; 173,305.75 


$67,463,555.08 


Advances to pensioners 

Accounts receivable 

Advances to employees secured by chattel mortgages 

Accrued interest 

Investments, book value 

Less: Reserve for loss on realization 


LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 


Bank overdraft 

Suspense 

Employers’ credit balances 

Employers’ deposit accounts 

Deferred income, net 

Estimated merit rebates 

Estimated liability in respect of claims pending and unfinalled claims 

Pension liability — funded 

Reserve for: 

Contingencies 

Silicosis 

Rehabilitation 

Disasters 

Enhanced disabilities 

Section 33- (1) , (k), (1943 Act) 

Operating reserve 


$ 221,022.90 

112,400.86 

$ 394,395.98 

543,704.34 

938,100.32 

402,026.75 

1,202,200.00 

8,696,521.07 

37,733,410.04 


$ 950,000.00 

422,201.73 
926,592.91 
2,158,730.35 
315,673.34 
43,128.73 


4,816,327.06 

13,341,546.08 


$67,463,555.08 


Edmonton, Alberta, April 25, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Workmen’s Compensation Board for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Result of Operations 

Operations for the year under review resulted in a provisional surplus of $1,258,019.30 in respect of 1961 and a 
provisional surplus of $425,182.30 in respect of 1960 and prior years, details of which are shown on Statements No. 80 
and No. 81 respectively. The provisional results have been consolidated on Statement No. 79 and carried to operating 
reserve as shown on Statement No. 78. 

In arriving at the operating results in respect of Class 13-2, the fiscal year of which, for the Board’s purposes, is the 
first of November to the following thirty-first of October, assessment revenue applicable to the twelve-month period 
ending October 31, 1962 and all expenditure during the months of November and December, 1961 have been deferred 
to the next fiscal period; and revenue of 1960 applicable to the twelve-month period ending October 31, 1961 and all 
expenditure during November and December, 1960 deferred as at December 31, 1960 have been brought into account 
in order to show all transactions in their respective periods. 

Assessment revenue shown on Statement No. 80 includes the net adjustment estimated to be required when all 
pay-roll audits in respect of the period under review have been completed. 

Interest shown on Statements No. 79 and No. 80 includes the allocation of interest earnings of the pension liability- 
funded in excess of the 3 %% requirement for the current year, in an amount of $180,119.14 to the classes and 
$14,184.14 to self-insurers. 


WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 


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STATEMENT No. 77— Continued 

Rebates due employers who entered into arrangements, approved by the Board, for furnishing medical aid to 
employees, are estimated to amount to $10,200.00 and have been charged against assessment revenue. 

Payments for medical services in respect of accidents of 1943 and prior years, amounting to $11,128.38 have been 
charged to the reserve for rehabilitation. 

During the year under review provision for silicosis in an amount of $121,567.00 shown on Statement No. 80 has 
been charged only to those classes that have experienced silicosis as an industrial disease. 

Additional pension awards for widows and children made under authority of Section 34 of the 1955 Act (1961 
amendments) capitalized in an amount of $3,090,749.24 have, to the extent of $2,843,417.02, been brought into State- 
ment No. 81 as an adjustment of provisional class balances and the remainder, $247,332.22 being in respect of certain 
self-insurers, has been shown on Statement No. 79. 

An amount of $3,284,087.12, being the distributable surplus from the pension liability-funded, has, to the extent of 
$3,022,016.97, been brought into Statement No. 81 as an adjustment of provisional class balances and the remainder, 
$262,070.15 being in respect of self-insurers, has been shown on Statement No. 79. 


Assets 

Assessments receivable, less reserve 

Assessments receivable have been increased by $1,011,343.18 being the net adjustment estimated to be required when 
all pay-roll audits have been completed in respect of the period under review. The reserve for doubtful assessments 
receivable amounted to $46,778.49 at December 31, 1961 and is considered adequate. During the year under review 
accounts totalling $24,016.91 were written off as uncollectible. Recoveries of accounts previously written off amounted 
to $2,143.30. 


Investments 


Investments are held in safekeeping, under joint custody of two officials of the Board, at the Bank of Montreal, 
Edmonton, and were verified by examination. Investments, all of which are registered in the name of the Board, are 
summarized hereunder: 

Par Value Book Value 

Bonds and debentures: 


Government of Canada, direct and guaranteed 

Provincial issues, direct and guaranteed 

School districts 

Accrued amortization, net 


$38,108,000.00 

28,467,500.00 

76,250.00 


$37,446,901.90 

28,015,033.64 

76,570.80 

21,618.40 


$66,651,750.00 $65,550,124.74 

The market value of the investments amounted to approximately $60,266,000.00 as at December 31, 1961. 

Reserve for loss as at December 31, 1961 amounted to $1,311,223.13 and was provided for possible future losses 
on realization of investments. Provision during the year under review amounted to $89,800.00 as shown on Statement 
No. 78. 

The following summary shows investment transactions during the year under review: 


Par Value Particulars Book Value 

$62,166,750.00 Investments as at January 1, 1961 $61,072,828.58 

Add: Purchased or Exchanged: 

4,843,000.00 Provincial issues 4,783,574.50 


$67,009,750.00 $65,856,403.08 

Deduct: Exchanged: 

325,000.00 Provincial issues 326,934.50 


$66,684,750.00 $65,529,468.58 

Deduct: Redeemed: 

33,000.00 Provincial issues 33,000.00 


$66,651,750.00 $65,496,468.58 

Add: Amortization of premium and discount, net 63,656.16 


$66,651,750.00 Investments as at December 31, 1961 $65,560,124.74 


(Continued on Page 144) 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 77— Continued 
Liabilities and Reserves 

Deferred income , net 

Assessments levied in respect of Class 13-2, applicable to the twelve-month period ending October 31, 1962 have been 
deferred in full until the next fiscal year. Likewise, all expenditure during November and December, 1961, regardless 
of year of occurrence of accident, has been deferred. The net revenue, $402,026.75, is shown on the attached balance 
sheet under the above caption. 

Estimated merit rebates 

Merit rebates to be allowed in respect of the year 1961 could not be determined prior to the closing of the Board’s 
accounts, but provision, in the amount of $1,202,200.00 has been made as an estimate of requirements. 

Claims pending and unf mailed claims 

The liability in respect of the above is an estimate, based on opinions of officials of the Board and the experience 
of certain prior years, of the amount required to meet all costs in respect of claims pending and unfinalled claims 
with the exception of those costs chargeable to the reserves for silicosis, rehabilitation, disasters and enhanced 
disabilities, and those in respect of self-insurers’ employees. 

Pensions 

An actuarial evaluation of the Board’s liability with respect to pensions was made as at December 31, 1959. As 
stated in the report for the previous year an amount of $3,284,087.12 being in excess of requirements was, in accordance 
with the recommendations of the Board’s Actuary, transferred from the pension liability-funded leaving a net 
surplus of $1,000,000.00 as a reserve against contingencies. Based on the assumption that interest earnings would be 
maintained at the required capitalization rate of 3 %%, which has been the case, the amount provided by the Board in 
respect of the pension liability as at that date was sufficient to meet requirements. 

Silicosis 

There is no basis upon which an opinion could be formed as to the adequacy of the reserve. 

Reserve for rehabilitation 

As stated elsewhere in this report, payments for medical services in respect of accidents of 1943 and prior years 
have been charged to the reserve following the transfer, as at December 31, 1948 of the amount standing to the credit 
of the reserve for medical aid to the reserve for rehabilitation. 

Expenditures for rehabilitation charged to the reserve during the year amounted to $90,255.48 as shown on State- 
ment No. 87. 

Total capital expenditures to December 31, 1961 for the rehabilitation clinic, amount to $2,004,638.83 and have 

been charged to the reserve. These assets are not reflected on the above balance sheet. 

Provision for the reserve for the period amounted to $88,182.00. 

Reserve for disasters 

Reserve for enhanced disabilities 

There is no basis upon which an opinion could be formed as to the adequacy of these reserves. 

Reserve — Section 33-(l), (k) , ( 1943 ^4c/) 

The reserve, which under Section 44- (8) of the 1948 Act is to be transferred to the Accident Fund, is presently 
being held to provide for adjustments required under Section 33- (1), (k) and with respect to pensions suspended 

during the war years and paid into the reserve under Section 33- (1 ) , (1) of the 1943 Act. 

Operating reserve 

The reserve represents the balance at credit of classes after provision for reserves as shown on Statement No. 78. 


General 

The Board has a contingent liability for pensions in respect of service on the Board by commissioners for which 
pension is not payable under the Public Service Pension Act. 

Subject to the foregoing remarks, I certify that, in my opinion, the above balance sheet is properly drawn up so as to 
show the true financial position of the Workmen’s Compensation Board as at December 31, 1961 according to in- 
formation and explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board and the accompanying statements of 
revenue and expenditure correctly set forth the results of operations for the year ended at that date. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 78 


THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 


STATEMENT OF OPERATING RESERVE 


AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Provisional class balances as at January 1, 1961 

Deduct: Appropriations during prior years for: 

Reserve for contingencies 

Reserve for loss on realization of investments 

Reserve for doubtful assessments receivable 


Operating reserve as at January 1, 1961 

Add: Adjustments as per Statement No. 81: 

Distributable surplus from pension liability-funded 
Recoveries on fatal claims 


Less: Additional pension awards re widows and children 


Add: Provisional surplus as per Statement No. 79 


#13,573,627.83 


# 950,000.00 

1,027,000.00 
30,000.00 

2,007,000.00 


#11,566,627.83 

# 3,022,016.97 
2,916.70 


# 3,024,933.67 
2,843,417.02 

181,516.65 


#11,748,144.48 

1,683,201.60 


#13,431,346.08 

Deduct: Appropriation during the current year for: 

Reserve for loss on realization of investments 89,800.00 


Operating reserve as at December 31, 1961, being provisional class balances after 

appropriations #13,341,546.08 


146 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No'. 79 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
SUMMARIZED STATEMENT OF TRANSACTIONS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Transactions 
in respect of 
1961 

REVENUE 


T ransactions 
in respect of 
Prior years 


Assessments and penalties $12,473,393.42 $ Dr. 2,600.26 

Interest 1,246,712.50 

Distributable surplus from pension liability — funded ... 


f Transactions 
on behalf of 
self-insurers 


$ 1,405,940.54 
30,408.46 
262,070.15 


Total 


$13,876,733.70 

1,277,120.96 

262,070.15 


Deduct: Estimated or adjusted merit rebates 


$13,720,105.92 $ Dr. 2,600.26 
1,202,200.00 Cr. 35,541.07 


$ 1,698,419.15 $15,415,924.81 
1,166,658.93 


$12,517,905.92 $ 32,940.81 $ 1,698,419.15 $14,249,265.88 


EXPENDITURE 

Compensation ...'. $ 2,474,478.65 $ 1,097,473.54 

Pension awards 1,321,519.46 2,094,923.78 

Additional pension awards re widows and children 

Medical aid 1,440.877.02 785,563.50 


504,255.60 $ 4,076,207.79 

436.112.95 3,852,556.19 

247,332.22 247,332.22 

373.468.95 2,599,909.47 


$ 5,236,875.13 $ 3,977,960.82 $ 1,561,169.72 $10,776,005.67 


Deduct: Portion of above charged to: 

Reserve for silicosis $ 

Reserve for disasters 

Reserve for rehabilitation 

Reserve for enhanced disabilities 

Claims pending 


25,751.28 $ 114,386.29 $ $ 140,137.57 

66.05 213,285.91 213,351.96 

9,717.3 9 45,529.72 6,539.52 61,786.63 

18,532.41 211,588.04 1,370.35 231,490.80 

3,393,170.86 3,393,170.86 


$ 54,067.13 $ 3,977,960.82 $ 7,909.87 $ 4,039,937.8 2 


$ 5,182,808.00 $ $ 1,553,259.85 $ 6,736,067.85 

Provision for: 


Claims pending 

Silicosis vs!®! i 

Disasters 

Rehabilitation 

Enhanced disabilities 

Administrative and general expenses including mine 
rescue stations 


3,857,000.00 JCr.392,241.49 

121.567.00 

441.666.00 

83,733.00 

279.117.00 

1,293,995.62 


4,449.00 

14,827.00 

125,883.30 


3,464,758.51 

121.567.00 

441.666.00 
88,182.00 

293.944.00 

1,419,878.92 


Provisional surplus 


$11,259,886.62 $ Cr.392, 241.49 $ 1,698,419.15 

$12,566,064.28 

$ 1,258,019.30 $ 425,182.30 $ 

$ 1,683,201.60 


fNot shown elsewhere as these transactions do not affect the class balances. 
^Revision of previous provision for claims pending. 





149 


STATEMENT No. 81 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF TRANSACTIONS IN RESPECT OF PRIOR YEARS BY CLASSES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


EXPENDITURE 


EXPENDITURE CHARGED TO: 


ADJUSTMENTS RESULTING FROM 1961 OPERATIONS 


Adjustments r 
Recoveries on 
Fatal Claims 


Additional 
Pension 
Awards re 
Widows and 
Children 


39-37 . 
39-39 . 
39-40 . 


548 

99,002 

1S"6 


3,694 

50,42 

34,50 

14,98 

14,73 

35,01 

19.77 

22,19 


166,69 

3,46 

222,1 


31,8 

306,2 

19,3 

6,2 


9,246 

78,999 

5,820. 

1,849.62 


26,387.64 
18,934 ' 
23,722 
35,185 
200,193.00 
19,211. 


12,50 

6.91 

39,05 

2,99 


10 


33,738.42 
9,270.27 
527,191.90 
36,461.67 
665.10 
189,569.67 
125,7: ' 
65,41 


89,645.62 

142,593.85 

1,041,284.38 

118,132, 

159,431.22 

140,520^24 

10,740.42 

17,035.79 

19,624.51 


5,949.30 

16,809.28 

598.30 


Cr. 3,521.33 


660.62 

66,580.23 

4,259.02 

7,379.97 


1.456.98 

2,674.34 

1,526.37 

1,575.05 

12,380.88 


1,042.; 

7,713.88 


5,001.79 

30,204.15 


08.6 

02.3 

73.87 

62.37 

16.90 

26.65 

51.42 

08.99 

20.67 


400,346.50 

51,806.92 

14,734.81 

21,077.07 

33.738.42 
9,270.27 

527,191 
36,461.67 
665.10 
189,569 .67 
125,729.01 
65,406.16 

31.422.62 
135,256.17 
104,790.92 

89.645.62 
142,593.85 

1,041,284.38 

118,132.f 

159,431.22 

16.90 

140,520.24 

10.740.42 
17,035 “ 
19,624. 


39,419.08 

21,887.99 

150,405.97 

42,095.12 


18,025.90 

7,533./ 

5,363.09 

26,357.09 

13,462.51 

2,083.06 

23,719.81 

16,632.20 

5,548.61 

23.942.89 
33,070.86 
96,539.95 

11.025.90 
20,526.27 

165,818.21 

22,797.46 

34,776.17 

16.S 

13,004.24 

1,301.43 

1,241.01 

620.67 


34.791.50 
9,008.81 
4,799.73 

19.989.66 
18,545.98 

5,241.46 

24.753.66 

34.841.51 


106,262. 

24,505.5$ 

57.782.0C 


2,845.34 

3,220.7? 

21,227.29 

48,915.1* 

8,127.93 


558,987.78 

388,443.30 

90,366.53 

191.273.80 
429,753.59 
208,412.68 
255,844.12 

497.935.73 
1,704,513. 

78,350.35 

600,994. 

94,279. 

169,672.40 

302.993.74 

286.409.80 
262,313.10 

58,204.92 

43,802.39 

50,414." 

204,848 

756,597 

74,862 


450,248.32 

23,973.84 

348,770.05 


38,423.82 

15,106.80 

189,820.24 

35,796.55 

7,224.99 


124,138.49 

12,807.94 

67,323.79 


769,947.42 

24,710.91 

203,633.21 

18,478.80 

146.40 

46,524.60 

21.248.90 
14,744.50 

296,409.73 

55,621.20 

8,714.70 

110,645.20 

25.276.90 

10.390.90 
29,469.70 
69,910.00 
90,769.10 
22,147.30 
25,951.40 


475 ,S 


8,538.63 

23,317. 

103,448.74 

2,955.68 


16,455.60 

154,407.71 

18,295.30 

55,405.70 

30,603.90 

9,286.20 

4,001.30 

2,962. 

13,606. 

30,136.40 

183,862.( 

3,715.00 


58,204.92 

58,204 


269,375.27 

1,695, , 111.'34 

423,618.30 

149,195.24 

67,559.84 

756,603.02 

658,123.72 

959,536.68 

461,280.99 

297,638.98 

618,242.95 

417,619.45 

81,983.87 

157,760.56 


273,308.08 

501,598.41 

1,048,324.57 

119,918.39 

628,957.81 


48,940.27 

48,592.09 

277,527.22 


£1,097,473.54 £ 2,094,923.78 


3,977,960.82 £ 114,386.29 


.86 £ 3,977,960.1 


,241.49 £ 425,182.30 


£ 3,022,016.97 £ 


on awards under Section 34 of i 


amended 1961. 





WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 


151 


STATEMENT No. 82 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 

STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL EXPENSES INCLUDING 
EXPENDITURE ON MINE RESCUE STATIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Salaries 

Net cost of operating Head Office building as per 

Statement No. 83 

Travelling and automobiles 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 

Postage, freight and express 

Pension plan contributions 

Accounting and office machine rentals 

First aid and accident prevention schools and specialized 

programs 

Depreciation 

Rental and operation of premises outside Edmonton 

Medical and investigation costs not charged directly to 

classes 

Telegraph and telephone 

Staff medical, hospitalization and group insurance plan 

contributions 

Audit fees 

Equipment inspection and repairs 

Membership fees and subscriptions 

Mine rescue training 

Insurance 

Legal fees 

Miscellaneous 


Referee’s fees 

Administrative expenses transferred to mine rescue 


Distributed to: 

Classes 

Class 1 re mine rescue 


Self-insurers 



Re: The 


Re: Mine 


Workmen’s 


Rescue 

Total 

Compensation Act 


Stations 

$1,017,177.44 

$1,006,968.74 

£ 

10,208.70 

83,190.54 

83,190.54 



74,850.36 

74,644.76 


205.60 

59,340.66 

59,340.66 



41,327.62 

41,302.27 


25.35 

38,386.14 

38,565.81 


Cr. 179.67 

33,109.02 

33,109.02 



22,645.04 

22,645.04 



21,950.08 

21,950.08 



19,801.67 

18,572.89 


1,228.78 

17,240.93 

17,240.93 



16,162.37 

15,986.37 


176.00 

12,572.01 

12,572.01 



7,000.00 

7,000.00 



5,939.06 

5,939.06 



3,155.30 

3,155.30 




2,235.88 

1,752.00 

1,752.00 


2,235.88 

1,484.40 

1,484.40 



10,702.41 

10,167.89 


534.52 

$1,490,022.93 

$1,475,587.77 

$ 

14,435.16 

Cr.6, 500.00 

Cr.6, 500.00 

Cr. 1,443 .00 


1,443.00 

$1,483,522.93 

$1,467,644.77 

$ 

15,878.16 


$1,278,117.46 

15,878.16 


$1,293,995.62 

125,883.30 


$1,419,878.92 

63,644.01 


$1,483,522.93 


Reserve for rehabilitation 


152 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 83 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE RE HEAD OFFICE BUILDING 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Revenue: 

Rentals 

Expenditure: 

Salaries $ 

Taxes 

Depreciation iSS . 

Fuel, light, power and water 

Repairs 

Building operation supplies 

Pension plan contributions 

Laundry 

Miscellaneous 


$ 35,587.50 

50,392.39 

22,532.11 

16,738.27 

14,621.20 

10,240.06 

1,901.67 

1,780.50 

489.30 

82.54 

118,778.04 


Excess of expenditure over revenue, carried to Statement No. 82 


$ 83,190.54 


STATEMENT No. 84 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 

STATEMENT OF ESTIMATED LIABILITY IN RESPECT OF CLAIMS 
PENDING AND UNFINALLED CLAIMS 

AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Estimated liability as at January 1, 1961 $ 8,624,933.42 

Deduct: Adjustment of provision as per Statement No. 81 392,241.49 

$ 8,232,691.93 

Add: Provision during the year as per Statement No. 80 3,857,000.00 

$12,089,691.93 

Deduct: Charged from classes as per Statement No. 81 3,393,170.86 

Estimated liability as at December 31, 1961 $ 8,696,521.07 


STATEMENT No. 85 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR SILICOSIS 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Reserve as at January 1, 1961 $ 423,335.30 

Add: Provision during the year $ 121,567.00 

Interest earnings 17,437.00 

139,004.00 


$ 562,339.30 

Deduct: Charged from classes re silicosis claims 140,137.57 

Reserve as at December 31, 1961 $ 422,201.73 


WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 


153 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 86 


THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF PENSION LIABILITY— FUNDED 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Liability as at January 1, 1961 

Add: Pension awards 

Additional pension awards re widows and children under Section 34 
Interest earnings 


Deduct: Pension payments 


Add: Advance payments under Section 31(3) 

Less: Advance payments as at December 31, 1960 


Liability as at December 31, 1961 


$ 3,973,908.33 
3,090,749.24 
1,320,714.72 


$ 48,326.97 

59,601.97 


$32,418,094.82 

8,385,372.29 

$40,803,467.11 

3,058,782.07 

$37,744,685.04 

Dr.l 1,275.00 
$37,733,410.04 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 87 


THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR REHABILITATION 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Reserve as at January 1, 1961 
Add: Provision during the year 
Interest earnings 


Deduct: Expenditure re rehabilitation clinic: 

Construction and equipment 

Less: Operating Surplus as per Statement No. 91 


Charged from classes re special allowances and training 
Administrative and general expenses 


$ 902,825.93 

$ 88,182.00 
36,968.84 

125,150.84 


$ 1,027,976.77 

$ 693.30 

35,868.46 


$ Cr.35, 175.16 
61,786.63 
63,644.01 

90,255.48 


$ 937,721.29 

11,128.38 


$ 926,592.91 


Deduct: Medical aid payments re 1943 and prior years 
Reserve as at December 31, 1961 


154 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 88 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR DISASTERS 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Reserve as at January 1, 1961 $ 1,854,048.44 

Add: Provision during the year $ 441,666.00 

Interest earnings 76,367.87 

518,033.87 

$ 2,372,082.31 

Deduct: Charged from classes re disasters 213,351.96 


Reserve as at December 31, 1961 


$ 2,158,730.35 


STATEMENT No. 89 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR ENHANCED DISABILITIES 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Reserve as at January 1, 1961 $ 243,202.79 

Add: Provision during the year $ 293,944.00 

Interest earnings 10,017.35 

303,961.35 

$ 547,164.14 

Deduct: Charged from classes re enhanced disabilities 231,490.80 

Reserve as at December 31, 1961 $ 315,673.34 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 90 


THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
STATEMENT OF RESERVE— SECTION 33- (1), (k), (1943 Act) 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Reserve as at January 1, 1961 $ 42,934.93 

Add: Receipts during the year: 

Under Section 33- (1) , (k) ^ 336.00 

$ 43,270.93 

Deduct: Payments during the year: 

Under Section 33- (1), (k) 142.20 

Reserve as at December 31, 1961 0 43,128.73 


WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 


155 


STATEMENT No. 91 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
REHABILITATION CLINIC 


STATEMENT OF OPERATING RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Receipts: 

Charges against accident claims $ 447,468.93 

Sales of occupational therapy products 10,261.26 

Canteen sales 7,115.79 

Staff meals 2,215.00 

Miscellaneous 297.51 


Payments: 

Salaries $ 301,582.81 

Meals 32,173.05 

Medical and therapy supplies 28,849.81 

Fuel, light, power and water 15,711.73 

Repairs and replacements — building and equipment 11,974.47 

Pension plan contributions 10,438.65 

Canteen supplies 6,102.79 

Travelling and automobiles 4,726.33 

Building and plant operation supplies 4,186.69 

Staff medical, hospitalization and group insurance plan contributions 3,899.03 

Transportation of patients 3,837.57 

Uniforms 2,981.90 

Telegraph and telephone 1,492.01 

Taxes 999.86 

Stationery and office supplies 621.99 

Membership fees and subscriptions 509.60 

Special training courses 347.00 

Insurance 183.75 

Postage, freight and express 167.70 

Miscellaneous 703.29 


467,358.49 


431,490.03 


$ 35,868.46 


Excess of receipts over payments, carried to Statement No. 87 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


156 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


157 



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HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


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162 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


STATEMENT No. 94 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 




INCOME ACCOUNT 






In Excess of 

Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Miscellaneous 

$ 2,842.22 $ 

7,250.00 $ 


$ 4,407.78 

Mu lie pal winter works incentive program . .. , 

548,173.59 


548,173.59 


Motor vehicle branch: 




Busses mileage tax 

198,977.95 

170,000.00 

28,977.95 


Centra! registry fees 

57,194.00 

56,000.00 

1,194.00 



Commercial vehicle fees 

7,389,950.79 

7,500,000.00 


110,049.21 

Dealers’ license fees 

45,722.00 

45,000.00 

722.00 

HI . . ^is 

Dupl'cate operators’ license fees 

9,248.00 


9,248.00 


Miscellaneous 

45,073.02 

350,000.00 


304,926.98 

Operators’ license fees 

721,170.00 

575,000.00 

146,170.00 

Passenger vehicle fees 

5,182,063.39 

5,350,000.00 

167,936.61 

Permit fees 

318.914.45 

318,914.45 

Reimbursement re administration of improvement districts 59,240.00 

50,000.00 

9,240.00 


Rents 

800.00 


800.00 


Sale of material 

576.45 


576.45 


Surveys branch: 





Approval fees 

6,768.81 

5,000.00 

1,768.81 

Wh -*9 

Road allowance leases 

500.83 

400.00 

100.83 

j| 

TOTAL: Income Account 

$14.587.21 5.50 $14,108,650.00 $ 

478,565.50 





(Net) 



CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada Re: 

Overnasses $ 273.654.70 $ 

$ 

273,654.70 

124,594.61 

Government of Canada Re: 

Picnic areas and camp grounds 

124,594.61 


Roads to resources 

1,587,399.18 

1,500,000.00 

87,399.18 

Trans-Canada highway 

654,593.58 

654,593.58 

M scellaneous 

374.82 

1,000.00 

Municipal winter works incentive program: 

Bridges 

52,723.39 

52,723.39 

3,019.69 

760.00 

120,032.12 

Sale of materials, etc.: 

Bridges 

3,019.69 


Ferries 

Highways 

Surveys and compensation for lands 

760.00 

128,032.12 

17,533.50 

8,000.00 

23,000.00 


TOTAL: Capital Account $ 2,842,685.59 $ 1,532,000.00 $1,310,685.59 

: (Net) 


625.18 


5,466.50 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


163 


STATEMENT No. 95 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
HIGHWAYS STOCK ADVANCE 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Accounts receivable 

Materials and supplies on hand, at cost 

Prepaid expenses 

Equipment, at cost less accumulated depreciation 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 

Provincial Treasurer’s advance: 

As at April 1, 1961 

Decrease during the year ended March 31, 1962 

Surplus: 

Surplus as at April 1, 1961 

Deduct: Adjustments applicable to previous years, net 


$ 694,249.73 

2,702,337.70 
44,338.76 
4,091,468.27 


$ 7,532,394.46 


$ 562,486.87 

$ 6,911,734.84 
141,140.63 

6,770,594.21 


$ 1,052.65 

8,267.33 


$ 7,214.68 

Add: Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 207,580.71 


$ 200,366.03 

Deduct: Remitted to Provincial Treasurer 1,052.65 

199,313.38 


$ 7,532,394.46 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 10, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Highways Stock Advance for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Highways Stock Advance as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations given to me and as 
show by the books of the Advance, and the accompanying Statement of Operations correctly sets forth the result of 
operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


164 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
HIGHWAYS STOCK ADVANCE 
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Profit on material and shop sales: 

Mate: ial and shop sales 

Less: Cost of sales and shop expense 

Profit arising from operation of equipment: 

Rentals 

Less: 

Maintenance 
Depreciation 


$ 3,422,083.25 
1,132,879.81 


Deduct: General expense 

Operating profit 

Add: Profit on disposal of equipment, net 

Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 


STATEMENT No. 96 


$ 5,377,412.58 
5,296,753.01 

$ 80,659.57 

$ 4,651,871.49 


4,554,963.06 

96,908.43 


$ 177,568.00 

4,545.32 


# 173,022.68 

34,558.03 


$ 207,580.71 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


165 


STATEMENT No. 97 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

EXPENDITURE ON MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGES, 
PROTECTION WORK AND DAMS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
MAINTENANCE 


County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 10 
County 11 
County 12 
County 13 
County 14 
County 15 
County 16 
County 17 
County 19 
County 20 
M.D. 6 
M.D. 9 
I.D. 10 
I.D. 11 . 
M.D. 14 
M.D. 22 
M.D. 25 . 
M.D. 26 
I.D. 27 
M.D. 31 
M.D. 34 
M.D. 40 
I.D. 42 
M.D. 44 . 
M.D. 47 . 
M.D. 48 
M.D. 49 . 
M.D. 53 . 
M.D. 55 . 
I.D. 58 
M.D. 61 
M.D. 62 


itrict 

Total 

District 

Total 

Reserves 

$ 475.64 

M.D. 

71 

$ 9,030.41 

Areas 

43,760.66 

M.D. 

72 

39,559.25 

' 1 

151,929.17 

M.D 

. 75 

69,967.97 

' 2 

106,794.93 

I.D. 

77 

3,368.80 

' 3 

39,805.15 

I.D. 

78 

63,697.39 


M.D. 

M.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 


12,298.75 

5,447.53 

24,940.92 

32,382.95 

27,820.86 

27,140.53 

50,344.10 

34.958.08 

34.388.29 

79.955.29 
33,540.73 

108,966.48 

75.158.85 
128,325.46 

10,965.45 

6,664.00 

83.434.08 

23.416.86 
7,485.15 

14.419.56 

15.054.91 

169.38 
27,105.40 
49,363.65 

10.328.97 

79.904.56 

16.731.83 

15.661.99 

32.564.97 

84.802.91 
279,805.17 
134,231.34 

18.698.84 

24.865.99 
113,193.50 

6,256.99 

654.38 
11,718.50 

57.627.97 
567.65 

63.645.29 
6,233.11 

387.44 


I.D. 


79 


M.D. 81 
M.D. 82 
M.D. 83 
M.D. 84 
M.D. 86 
M.D. 87 
M.D. 89 
M.D. 90 
M.D. 92 
M.D. 93 
I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

M.D. 103 
M.D. 106 
I.D. 


95 

96 
101 
102 


I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 

I.D. 


107 

108 

109 

110 
122 

124 

125 

126 
129 


M.D. 130 

I.D. 131 

M.D. 133 

I.D. 134 

M.D. 135 

M.D. 136 

I.D. 138 

I.D. 139 

I.D. 146 

I.D. 147 

M.D. 149 

I.D. 946 

General (including salaries) 


6,886.42 

51,934.24 

32,443.53 

13,732.65 

18.182.38 

29.947.52 
30,807.26 

1,164.00 

25,906.18 

44,876.93 

78,495.98 

154,672.36 

2,528.97 

29,160.04 

77,348.80 

311.70 

616.00 

33.72 

794.47 

35.158.53 

16.557.52 
1,077.20 

54.493.47 

23.331.75 
27,788.78 

1,135.94 

5,758.26 

36.739.39 
21,116.06 

46.360.75 

31.248.53 
22,422.43 
56,072.52 

261,491.39 

15.394.48 

29.685.49 
5,333.24 

19,775.57 

379,063.52 

$4,089,866.00 


GRANTS TO MUNICIPALITIES FOR STRUCTURES 


Edmonton re Mill Creek Bridge $ 316,277.24 

Edmonton re 127th Street Overpass 16,922.40 

Edmonton re 105th Street Overpass 1,634.30 

Lethbridge re West Approach on Highway No. 3 78,993.59 

Lethbridge re Southwest Bypass Road and Magrath Bypass Road 116,680.28 

Red Deer re 55th Street Underpass 24,653.45 

Calgary re Southeast Bypass Road 387,983.90 

Calgary re Southwest Bypass Road 112,016.10 


$ 1,055,161.26 


(Continued on Page 166) 


166 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 97— Continued 

CONSTRUCTION 


District 

Total 

District 


Total 


3 020 so 

I.D. 

78 


.... $1,082,986.65 

Special Areas 

123,655.07 

I.D. 

79 


11,287.20 

County 2 

34,848.06 

M.D. 

81 


989.97 

County 3 

49,953.08 

M.D. 

82 


61,103.21 


3,584.87 

M.D. 

83 


7,726.13 


39*098.11 

M.D. 

84 


287,371.92 

County 6 

3,662.96 

M.D. 

86 


467,530.42 

County 10 

13,248.72 

M.D. 

87 


14,077.04 

County 11 

313.46 

M.D. 

92 


14,676.73 

County 12 

4,370.10 

M.D. 

93 


762.92 


449,724.45 

I.D. 

95 


13,896.67 


906,181.51 

I.D. 

102 


132.50 

County 16 

2*063.49 

I.D. 

107 


6,080.42 

County 17 

33,638.89 

I.D. 

109 


31,751.36 

M.D. 6 

141,790.36 

I.D. 

122 


13,171.30 

M.D. 9 

6,624.42 

I.D. 

123 


6,544.70 

M.D. 26 

26,616.05 

I.D. 

124 


75,917.70 

M.D. 31 

1,148.83 

I.D. 

126 


17,138.50 

M.D. 44 

173,138.30 

M.D. 

130 


211.98 

M.D. 47 

6,327.13 

I.D. 

132 


50.11 

M.D. 48 

45,104.70 

I.D. 

134 


25,398.59 

M.D. 49 

1,541.85 

M.D. 

135 


29.34 

M.D. 55 

1,443,280.00 

I.D. 

139 


6,309.53 

M.D. 61 

1.26 

I.D. 

946 


54,005.98 

M.D. 62 

13,527.77 

General 


62,891.77 

I.D. 65 

4,217.23 





I.D. 69 

1,261.71 




$5,811,556.70 

M D 75 

1 is 






ROADS TO RESOURCES 



I.D. 146 




$ 8,774.55 


I.D. 148 




129,886.21 


I.D. 149 




300,549.92 






$ 439,210.68 



SUMMARY 




Income Account: 






Appropriation 1530 



$ 255,881.27 



Appropriation 1531 



299,841.62 



Appropriation 1532 



2,996,816.21 



Appropriation 1533 



537,326.90 







$ 4,089,866.00 


Appropriation 1551 




1,055,161.26 







$ 5,145,027.26 

Capital Account: 






Appropriation 1583 




$ 5,811,556.70 


Appropriation 1590 




439,210.68 







6,250,767.38 






$11,395,794.64 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


167 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 98 


GRANTS FOR DISTRICT HIGHWAYS AND LOCAL ROADS 


Improvement Districts 

8 

10 

11 

22 

27 

42 

50 

58 

65 

68 

69 

77 

78 

85 

95 

96 

101 

102 

107 

108 

109 

110 

Ill 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

128 

129 

131 

132 

134 

138 

139 

143 

145 

146 

147 

149 

946 

Indian Reserves 

General 


Special Areas 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Total Municipal Districts Total 

$ 673.10 6 $ 227,876.4 6 

65,057.86 9 139,466.74 

287,190.57 14 142,886.40 

49,104.92 25 136,703.37 

88.267.05 26 173,150.08 

40,265.28 31 167,597.91 

2,578.37 34 26,781.01 

59,540.79 44 176,754.45 

273,397.37 47 132,725.27 

25.913.26 48 146,817.92 

93,747.78 52 115,767.53 

24,847.34 53 144,912.33 

248,532.01 55 166,264.71 

15,456.04 61 160,182.81 

174,485.67 62 186,284.87 

10,967.60 63 182,417.57 

128,955.28 71 223,047.59 

349.921.95 72 133,284.71 

142,053.07 75 205,365.31 

79,192.44 81 138,781.25 

504,674.27 82 147,311.36 

748.81 83 69,265.99 

21.864.26 84 158,075.55 

21.12 86 121,872.31 

62,718.37 87 167,738.52 

218,052.69 92 124,295.48 

67.983.12 93 187,322.78 

181,466.00 130 104,173.23 

184,025.20 133 29,924.60 

35,751.24 134 89,778.06 

6,673.22 135 66,681.68 

106,609.45 136 65,287.37 

209,978.36 County 1 160,045.79 

237,049.90 County 2 155,057.41 

211,242.54 County 3 150,595.57 

244,548.34 County 4 143,972.61 

7,626.81 County 5 129,342.58 

124,181.19 County 6 148,156.53 

109.940.95 County 7 116,918.08 

60.259.06 County 8 165,726.86 

1,751.42 County 9 146,877.47 

13,074.77 County 10 142,493.15 

132,220.85 County 11 110,069.35 

11.837.13 County 12 193,588.14 

County 13 144,207.15 

$4,914,446.82 County 14 143,722.92 

■ County 15 137,349.96 

County 16 206,146.74 

$ 178,701.06 County 17 231,100.62 

. County 19 81,133.00 

General 10,922.50 


$7,176,221.65 


SUMMARY 

Improvement Districts, etc 

Municipal Districts, etc. 

Special Areas 


$ 4,914,446.82 
7,176,221.65 
178,701.06 

$12,269,369.53 


Appropriation 1513 
Appropriation 1514 
Appropriation 1515 
Appropriation 1516 
Appropriation 1518 


$ 4,538,961.45 
150,000.00 
4,176,987.58 
2,953,477.92 
449,942.58 

$12,269,369.53 


168 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 99 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

EXPENDITURE ON MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION OF MAIN AND 
SECONDARY HIGHWAYS 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


ighway 


Highway 


No. 



No. 




MAINTENANCE: 



MAINTENANCE — Continued: 


1 

Walsh to Bassano $ 

44,739.55 

14 

No. 17 Highway to Edmonton ...$ 

119,136.74 

1 

No. 1 Highway to Tilley 

803.15 

14 

No. 14 Highway to Edgerton 

3,289.91 

1 

Bassano to Banff Park boundary 

92,912.31 

15 

Edmonton to Fort Saskatchewan 

18,480.01 

1 

Chestermere to Calgary 

5,981.99 

15 

Fort Saskatchewan through 


1 

Calgary west to No. 1 Highway 

30,031.79 


Mundare to No. 16 Highway 

38,658.17 

1 

No. 1 Highway to Spy Hill 


16 

Lloydminster to Edmonton 

120,549.02 


Gaol 

336.75 

16 

Clover Bar to Edmonton 

2,568.01 

1 

No. 1 Highway to Cluny 

285.83 

16 

No. 16 Highway to Edmonton 


1 

Seebe between No. 1 and No. 



through Jasper Place 

655.73 


1A Highway 

1,615.00 

16 

Edmonton to Jasper Park 


1 

No. 1 Highway to Gleichen 

464.97 


boundary 

298,414.84 

2 

Carway to Nanton 

46,408.25 

16 

No. 16 Highway to Islay 

1,093.03 

2 

Nanton to Didsbury Corner 

57,860.02 

17 

Lloydminster North and South ... 

24,497.98 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Didsbury 

347.07 

18 

Clyde to Swan Hills 

112,346.16 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Carstairs 

784.09 

18 

No. 18 Highway to Colinton 

359.61 

2 

Dewinton through Okotoks to 


18 

No. 18 Highway to Barrhead 

109.10 


Nanton 

14,724.04 

19 

Wetaskiwin to Norbuck 

24,431.95 

2 

Mile 33.11 to Didsbury 

5,806.54 

20 

Bentley to Sylvan Lake 

5,870.12 

2 

Didsbury through Bowden to 


21 

Beiseker to No. 21 Highway 

15,057.37 


Innisfail 

20,181.12 

21 

No. 9 Highway to Twining 

10,131.55 

2 

Didsbury Corner to Wetaskiwin 

97,698.90 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Acme 

198.37 

2 

Wetaskiwin to Edmonton 

78,715.15 

21 

Twining to Bashaw 

55,244.60 

2 

Edmonton to Faust 

593,566.20 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Trochu 

85.10 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Legal 

69.00 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Huxley 

91.04 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Vimy 

108.50 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Elnora 

207.07 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Clyde 

57.50 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Lousana 

185.22 

2 

Faust to Dunvegan 

271,548.14 

21 

Bashaw to No. 14 Highway 

51,909.31 

2 

Donnelly through McLennan to 


22 

Midnapore to Black Diamond 

25,843.75 


Triangle 

40,397.53 

23 

Monarch to Champion 

5,427.38 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Grimshaw 

4,770.69 

23 

Champion to High River 

18,816.69 

2 

Dunvegan to B.C. boundry 

98,482.25 

24 

Vulcan Corner to Cheadle 

16,757.37 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Woking 

1,019.83 

25 

Lethbridge to East of Little Bow 


2 

No. 2 Highway to Wembley 

94.46 


River 

19,606.94 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Sexsmith 

36.90 

26 

Carbon West and South 

23,731.18 

3 

Medicine Hat to Grassy Lake 

21,671.50 

27 

East of No. 2 Highway to 


3 

Grassy Lake to Crowsnest 

132,073.36 


Sundre 

20,269.13 

4 

Lethbridge to Coutts 

19,001.33 

28 

Edmonton to Spedden 

1 40 9 40 

5 

Lethbridge to Waterton Park 

28 

No. 28 Highway to Redwater 

797.10 


boundary 

33,420.09 

28 

Spedden to Cold Lake 

135,979.75 

6 

Pincher Station to Waterton 


28 

No. 28 Highway to Bonnyville 



Park boundary 

16,366.94 


Beach 

193.56 

7 

Okotoks to Longview 

13,032.01 

29 

No. 16 Highway to Edmonton 


8 

Calgary to Bowness Park 

3,425.46 


Beach 

7,015.93 

9 

Inverlake to S.E. Corner 


30 

No. 16 Highway to Kapasiwin 



16-28-21-4 

22,275.28 


Beach 

1,136.76 

9 

No. 9 Highway to Hanna 

30.29 

31 

No. 16 Highway to Seba Beach 

7,866.78 

9 

S.E. Corner 16-28-21-4 to Alsask 

44,278.58 

32 

No. 16 Highway to McLeod 


10 

Drumheller to Wayne to East 



River 

5,757.09 


Coulee 

8,946.48 

33 

No. 43 Highway to Alberta 


11 

Red Deer to Teepee Creek 

83,441.20 


Beach 

2,670.95 

11 

No. 11 Highway to Eckville 

234.36 

34 

No. 34 Highway to Triangle 

38,577.57 

12 

Compeer to Nevis 

54,906.76 

34 

No. 2 Highway to Little Smoky 


12 

Nevis to Norbuck 

61,390.69 


River 

65,278.03 

13 

Hay ter to Wetaskiwin 

78,532.26 

35 

Grimshaw to North Provincial 


13 

No. 13 Highway to Provost 

7.55 


boundary 

265,841.89 

13 

No. 13 Highway to Metiskow 

251.15 

36 

Taber to Bow River 

24,969.50 

13 

No. 13 Highway to Hughenden 

30.79 

36 

Bow River to Sunnynook Corner 

33,015.05 

13 

No. 13 Highway to Cadogan 

332.52 

36 

No. 36 Highway to Scandia 

196.46 

13 

No. 13 Highway to Sedgewick ... 

261.37 

36 

No. 36 Highway to Duchess 

487.90 


(Continued on Page 169) 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


169 


STATEMENT No. 99— Continued 


Highway 



Highway 



No. 



No. 




MAINTENANCE — Continued : 



MAINTENANCE — Continued : 


36 

No. 36 Highway to Rainier $ 

551.13 


City of Lethbridge $ 

2,895.00 

36 

Hanna to Garden Plain 

11,686.41 


City of Red Deer 

1,965.00 

36 

Garden Plain to Battle River 

15,187.02 


City of Camrose 

1,015.00 

36 

Battle River to Saskatchewan 



City of Wetaskiwin 

710.00 


River 

62,623.82 


City of Drumheller 

450.00 

36 

Duverney to St. Brides 

7,496.57 


City of Grande Prairie 

315.00 

37 

Namao to Gibbons 

56,685.12 


City of Lloydminster 

295.00 

38 

No. 16 Highway to Country 



General 

28,913.44 


Club 

1,499.31 




39 

Leduc to Norbuck 

89,027.22 


$ 5,254,434.59 

40 

Cardston to Immigrant Gap 

4,129.02 




41 

No. 1 Highway to Acadia 



Salaries included in appropriation 

1510. 


Valley 

7,110.91 




41 

Acadia Valley to New Brigden 

375.74 




41 

South of Wainwright to 



CONSTRUCTION: 



Saskatchewan River 

70,662.31 

1 

Suffield to Brooks $ 

144.32 

41 

Saskatchewan River to No. 28 


1 

No. 1 Highway to Tilley 

356.21 


Highway 

12,918.78 

1 

Brooks to Bassano 

64.53 

42 

Penhold to Lousana 

27,014.22 

1 

Bassano to Gleichen Corner 

611.78 

43 

Carvel Corner to Fox Creek 

141,446.73 

1 

Gleichen Corner to Strathmore ... 

75.74 

43 

No. 43 Highway to Onoway 

1,711.51 

1 

Strathmore to Chestermere Lake 

4,848.43 

43 

No. 43 Highway to Sangudo 

758.12 

1 

Chestermere Lake to Calgary 

4,550.34 

43 

No. 43 Highway to Rockfort 


1 

Calgary to Bowness 

52,010.51 


Bridge 

299.88 

1 

Bowness to South of Cochrane ... 

209.60 

43 

No. 43 Highway to Mayerthorpe 

101.58 

1 

South of Cochrane to South of 


43 

Fox Creek to Valleyview 

48,068.54 


Radnor 

340.74 

44 

Westlock to Smith 

84,255.53 

1 

South of Radnor to Kananaskis 


44 

No. 44 Highway to Pibroch 

653.45 


River 

17,572.49 

44 

No. 44 Highway to Dapp 

621.45 

1 

Kananaskis River to The Gap 

70.80 

44 

No. 44 Highway to Jarvie 

24.00 

1 

No. 1 Highway to No. 1A 


44 

No. 44 Highway to Fawcett 

170.86 


Highway at Seebe 

138,977.54 

44 

No. 44 Highway to Flatbush 

19.06 

1 

The Gap to Banff Park 


45 

No. 15 Highway to No. 17 



boundary 

68.95 


Highway 

131,982.14 

1A 

Radnor to Banff Park boundary 

3,386.28 

45 

No. 45 Highway to Hazeldine 

96.00 

2 

Cardston to Fort Macleod 

958.90 

45 

No. 45 Highway to Clandonald 

142.55 

2 

Fort Macleod to Stavely 

1,893.19 

45 

No. 45 Highway to Dewberry 

181.35 

2 

Stavely to High River 

1,504,385.69 

46 

Lac La Biche to Spruce Valley 


2 

High River to Calgary 

33,079.50 


Corner 

52,128.51 

2 

Calgary to Didsbury 

33,712.81 

46 

Spruce Valley Corner to No. 28 


2 

Didsbury to Bowden 

9,547.37 


Highway 

62,233.78 

2 

Bowden to Red Deer 

4,350.11 

47 

Bickerdike to Leyland 

51,473.03 

2 

Red Deer to Ponoka 

2,772,993.43 

47 

Leyland to Luscar 

634.72 

2 

Ponoka to Millet 

29,755.43 

48 

Irvine to Wildhorse 

35,677.54 

2 

Millet to Edmonton 

652,427.08 

49 

Donnelly to Watino 

36,529.57 

2 

Edmonton to Legal 

632,164.35 

49 

Watino to B.C. boundary 

68,670.43 

2 

Legal to Rochester 

366,255.44 

49 

No. 49 Highway to Tangent 

61.00 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Clyde 

2,097.72 

49 

No. 49 Highway to Eaglesham ... 

1,275.27 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Colinton 

486.50 

50 

Tees to Mirror 

2,889.78 

2 

Rochester to Athabasca 

12,408.39 

51 

Bentley to Gilby 

10,591.30 

2 

Athabasca to Lawrence Lake 

80.67 

52 

Welling to Craddock 

2,703.04 

2 

Lawrence Lake to Smith 

6,262.29 

53 

No. 21 Highway to Rimbey 

36,018.27 

2 

Smith to Slave Lake 

4,965.04 

54 

Innisfail to East of Ricinus 

36,589.53 

2 

Slave Lake to Kinuso 

297,583.90 

55 

Bremner to Fort Saskatchewan ... 

4,428.73 

2 

Arcadia to Triangle 

265.00 

56 

Stettler to Morrin 

17,603.82 

2 

Triangle to Donnelly 

125,994.72 

57 

Entwistle to Alsike 

48,539.44 

2 

Triangle to Donnelly via 


59 

Sexsmith to La Glace 

5,190.10 


McLennan 

173,431.05 

60 

No. 16 Highway to Devon 

11,132.46 

2 

Donnelly to Peace River 

69,853.63 

61 

Stirling to Skiff 

19,703.45 

2 

Peace River to sixth meridian 

206,924.56 

61 

Skiff to Orion 

22,426.41 

2 

Sixth meridian to Dunvegan 

477,506.46 

62 

Magrath to Del Bonita 

13,397.79 

2 

Dunvegan to Woking 

626,088.24 


Ashmont to Rife 

296.19 

2 

Woking to No. 34 Highway 

910.00 


City of Edmonton 

18,985.00 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Saskatoon 



City of Calgary 

8,585.00 


Mountain 

26,838.22 


City of Medicine Hat 

4,085.00 

2 

No. 2 Highway to Wembley 

17,105.90 


(Continued on Page 170) 


170 


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STATEMENT No. 99— Continued 


No. 



No. 


Highway 


Highway 


CONSTRUCTION — Continued: 



CONSTRUCTION — Continued : 

2 

No. 34 Highway to Beaverlodge $ 

1,945.16 

21 

No. 1 Highway to No. 9 

2 

3 

Beaverlodge to B.C. boundary 

Taber to Lethbridge 

71,977.05 

402,594.60 

21 

21 

Highway $ 

No. 9 Highway to Trochu 

No. 21 Highway to Three Hills 

3 

Fort Macleod to Pincher Station 

475,578.07 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Trochu 

3 

Pincher Station to Frank 

13,282.68 

21 

Trochu to No. 12 Highway 

4 

Lethbridge to Warner 

1,230,543.39 

21 

No. 21 Highway to Lousana 

4 

Warner to Coutts 

2,342.10 

21 

No. 12 Highway to Bashaw 

5 

Lethbridge to Cardston 

1,579.70 

21 

Bashaw to Ervick 

5 

Cardston to Waterton Park 


21 

No. 21 Highway to Ferintosh 


boundary 

5,145.71 

21 

Ervick to No. 14 Highway 

6 

Pincher Station to Waterton 


22 

Midnapore to Black Diamond 



351,912.92 

23 

Monarch to Champion .... 

6 

No. 6 Highway to Pincher Creek 

13,303.00 

23 

Champion to High River 

7 


139,056.70 

23 

No. 23 Highway to Vulcan 

9 


607.01 

24 

Vulcan to Cheadle . 

9 

Drumheller to Hanna 

48,804.39 

25 

Lethbridge to East of Little Bow 

9 

No. 9 Highway to Hanna 

719.00 


River 

9 

Hanna to Youngstown 

43,637.97 

26 

South of Carbon to Beiseker 

9 

Youngstown to Excel 

215,867.86 

27 

Torrington to No. 2 Highway 

9 

Excel to Alsask 

86,541.60 

28 

Edmonton to North of Redwater 

11 

Sylvan Lake to Condor 

136.93 

28 

North of Redwater to 

11 

Nordegg to Cline River 

3,613.14 


Waskatenau 

11 

Cline River to Banff Park 


28 

No. 28 Highway to Waskatenau 


boundary 

655.00 

28 

Waskatenau to Vilna 

12 

Compeer to Veteran 

208,163.36 

28 

No. 28 Highway to Vilna 

12 

Veteran to Castor 

393,271.63 

28 

Vilna to St. Paul 

12 

No. 12 Highway to Coronation 

2,931.94 

28 

East of Rife to Beaver Crossing ... 

12 

Castor to Stettler 

3,090.10 

7,417.52 

28 

No. 28 Highway to Bonnyville 

12 

No. 12 Highway to Clive 


Beach 

12 

Lacombe to Rimbey 

274,005.61 

28 

Beaver Crossing to Cold Lake 

12 

Rimbey to Norbuck 

6,575.40 

32 

No. 16 Highway to McLeod 

13 

Hayter to Hughenden 

277,298.72 


River 

13 

No. 13 Highway to Cadogan 

122,124.67 

33 

No. 43 Highway to Alberta 

13 

No. 13 Highway to Hughenden 

735.00 


Beach 

13 

Hughenden to Sedgewick 

124,416.75 

34 

Little Smoky River to Valley view 

13 

Sedgewick to Daysland 

1,997.21 

34 

Valley view to sixth meridian 

14 

Saskatchewan boundary to 


34 

Sixth meridian to No. 2 


Wainwright 

374,424.90 


Highway 

14 

Wainwright to Irma 

19,320.19 

35 

Grimshaw to Dixonville 

14 

Irma to Viking 

2,000.74 

1,573.44 

35 

Dixonville to North Star 

14 

Viking to Holden 

35 

North Star to North of 

14 

Holden to Tofield 

1,633.95 


Hotchkiss 

14 

Cooking Lake to Edmonton 

2,184.91 

35 

North of Hotchkiss to Kemp 

15 

Edmonton to Fort Saskatchewan 

1,579.20 


Creek 

15 

Fort Saskatchewan to Mundare ... 

33,319.74 

35 

Kemp Creek to North of Metis 

16 

Lloydminster to Vermilion 

407,241.89 

4,832.64 


Colony 

16 

Vermilion to Innisfree 

35 

North of Metis Colony to High 

16 

Innisfree to Vegreville 

271.57 


Level 

16 

Chipman Corner to Edmonton ... 

2,361.97 

35 

High Level to Meander River 

16 

Edmonton to Carvel Corner 

1,629,723.96 

35 

Meander River to Steen River 

16 

Carvel Corner to Entwistle 

550,094.29 

35 

Steen River to North Provincial 

16 

Entwistle to Carrot Creek 

288,603.50 


boundary 

16 

Carrot Creek to Edson 

161,107.79 

36 

Taber to Vauxhall 

16 

Edson to Obed 

307,377.81 

36 

Vauxhall to Scandia 

16 

Obed to Jasper Park boundary ... 

1,832.56 

36 

No. 36 Highway to Scandia 

17 

No. 14 Highway to 


36 

Scandia to No. 1 Highway 


Lloydminster 

539.61 

36 

No. 36 Highway to Rainier 

18 

Clyde Corner to Barrhead 


36 

No. 1 Highway to West of 


Corner 

500,885.66 


Pollockville 

18 

No. 18 Highway to Barrhead 

42,364.80 

36 

No. 36 Highway to Duchess 

18 

Barrhead Corner to Fort 


36 

West of Pollockville to 


Assiniboine 

7,989.52 


Sunnynook 

18 

Fort Assiniboine to Swan Hills ... 

4,575.94 

36 

Castor to Killam 

20 

Bentley to Sylvan Lake 

348,798.70 

36 

Killam to Viking 


(Continued on Page 171) 


1,004.11 

648,013.58 

18,596.94 

4,045.73 

381.924.38 

40.00 
424,792.35 

5.580.70 

154.00 

403,046.47 

181,066.49 

31,514.90 

436,793.20 

150.79 

1.360.78 

936.92 

811.27 

622,422.22 

6,801.48 

6.992.70 

83.00 
563,813.16 

4.520.79 
248,454.28 
316,446.42 

28.99 

150,567.67 

172.50 

106.612.63 
774,236.45 

86,848.62 

380,460.57 

161,834.08 

44,551.37 

16,653.14 

13.922.49 
53,785.52 

82,571.80 

203.136.63 
1,266,758.43 

814.823.38 
266,618.34 

2,025.00 

33,928.45 

681.64 

1,691.46 

132,238.90 

2.899.49 

184,638.65 

397.50 
54.75 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


171 


STATEMENT No. 99— Continued. 


Highway 


Highway 


No. 



No. 




CONSTRUCTION — Continued : 



CONSTRUCTION — Continued: 


36 

Viking to East of Lavoy $ 

909.60 

57 

Entwistle to Drayton Valley $ 

215,967.27 

36 

East of Lavoy to Two Hills 

2,367.82 

57 

Drayton Valley to Alsike 

95.00 

36 

Two Hills to St. Brides 

93,600.88 

58 

High Level to Ft. Vermilion 

25,720.62 

39 

Leduc to fifth meridian 

7,525.15 

58 

Ft. Vermilion to Lawrence River 

17,189.59 

39 

Fifth meridian to Norbuck 

13,692.50 

58 

Lawrence River to Wood 


41 

Schuler to Sandy Point 

263,600.22 


Buffalo Park boundary 

18,598.74 

41 

Sandy Point to Sharrow 

7,329.60 

59 

North of Sexsmith to La Glace 

15,577.22 

41 

Sharrow to Acadia Valley 

1,183.99 

60 

No. 16 Highway to Devon 

11,576.33 

41 

Acadia Valley to No. 9 


61 

Stirling to Skiff 

225,780.24 


Highway 

1,170.25 

61 

Etzikom to Orion 

3,542.42 

41 

Czar to Wainwright 

234.50 

62 

Del Bonita to Magrath 

559.14 

41 

Wainwright to Vermilion 

9,874.96 


Proposed road from Judy Creek 


41 

Vermilion to No. 28 Highway 

178,578.09 


to No. 43 Highway 

45.75 

41 

No. 41 Highway to Rusylvia 

125.00 


Relocation of bridge at 


42 

Penhold to Lousana 

185,929.07 


Sunnyslope 

393.92 

43 

Carvel Corner to Sangudo 

134,356.18 


Relocation of bridge at 


43 

Sangudo to Whitecourt 

662,757.79 


Aldersyde 

789.86 

43 

Whitecourt to Fox Creek 

59,508.33 


Proposed Davisburg bridge site ... 

960.13 

43 

Fox Creek to Valleyview 

62,920.15 


Heinsburg to six miles east 

2,170.83 

44 

Westlock to Flatbush 

3,939.24 


Proposed crossing at Waskatenau 

4,173.23 

44 

Flatbush to Smith 

272,019.21 


Proposed crossing at Giriouxville 

16,713.22 

45 

Bruderheim to Andrew 

314,341.38 


Proposed crossing near 


45 

Andrew to Two Hills 

1,085.30 


Heinsburg 

2,158.38 

45 

No. 45 Highway to Hazeldine 

15.00 


Ashmont to East of Rife 

477,719.93 

45 

No. 45 Highway to Clandonald 

55.00 


City of Drumheller 

786.37 

46 

No. 28 Highway to Boyle 

350,635.51 


Town of Forest Lawn 

234,646.12 

46 

No. 46 Highway to Newbrook 

74.00 


Town of St. Albert 

328,282.32 

46 

Boyle to Lac La Biche 

13,475.58 


Town of Coaldale 

103,167.10 

47 

Bicker dike to Ley land 

8,247.39 


Town of Jasper Place 

50,000.00 

48 

Irvine to Wildhorse 

23,369.88 


Town of Rimbey 

39,668.33 

49 

Donnelly to Watino 

16,756.30 


Town of Grande Centre 

22,888.71 

49 

No. 49 Highway to Tangent 

100,378.04 


Town of Cold Lake 

11,455.56 

49 

Watino to Belloy 

254,746.19 


Town of Cardston 

5,337.18 

49 

No. 49 Highway to Eaglesham 

200.00 


Town of St. Paul 

4,623.26 

49 

Belloy to Rycroft 

72,588.88 


Town of Grimshaw 

3,158.13 

49 

Rycroft to Blueberry Corner 

1,059.65 


Town of Blairmore 

1,037.57 

50 

Tees to Mirror 

88,934.89 


Town of Stavely 

136.94 

52 

Welling to Craddock 

20,789.77 


Town of Nanton 

130.31 

53 

Bashaw to Ponoka 

1,439.06 


Village of Valleyview 

37,911.22 

53 

Ponoka to Rimbey 

17,422.56 


Village of Spruce Grove 

33,095.38 

54 

Innisfail to Clearwater River 

1,346.80 


Village of Bruderheim 

2,182.61 

54 

No. 54 Highway to Dickson 

57,848.50 


Village of Bentley 

138.60 

55 

Bremner to Fort Saskatchewan 

455.07 


Gravel Research 

116,175.73 

56 

Stettler to Big Valley 

3,086.06 


General and administration 

750,669.99 

56 

No. 56 Highway to Big Valley ... 

12,539.92 




56 

Big Valley to Morrin Corner 

87,499.92 


$32,889,408.01 

56 

No. 56 Highway to Morrin 

62,541.45 





SUMMARY 

Income Account: 

Appropriation 1512 

Capital Account: 

Appropriation 1584 $29,447,981.33 

Appropriation 1541 (Income contribution to capital) 537,754.26 

Appropriation 1587 169,697.61 

Appropriation 1589 2,733,974.81 


$ 5,254,434.59 


32,889,408.01 

$38,143,842.60 




HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT 


173 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 100 


EXPENDITURE ON OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENTS AND 
CONSTRUCTION OF FERRIES 


Location 

Desjarlais 

Dorothy 

Pakan 

Garrington 

North of Lloydminster 

Tolman Crossing 

Letts Crossing 

Shandro 

Hopkins 

Lac Ste. Anne 

Eldorena 

South of Holborn 

Bow Island 

North of Myrnam 

Genesee 

Steveville 

West of Munson 

Berrymoor 

Finnegan 

Lindbergh 

Vinca Crossing 

North of Jenner 

Gregory Crossing 

La Crete 

South of Falher 

Klondyke Crossing 
South of Wembley 
South of Crowfoot 
South of Rolling Hills 

Waskatenau 

North of Blueridge 
South of Bindloss 

North of Atlee 

South of Empress 

Rosevear 

Warspitc 

Fort Vermilion 

Heinsburg 

Ferries 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 



Operation 

Replacements 



River 

and 

and 




Maintenance 

Installation 

Construction 

Total 

.. North Saskatchewan 

$ 7,341.38 

$ 

* 

$ 7,341.38 


3,524.99 

14.94 


3,539.93 

. North Saskatchewan 

6,433.26 



6,433.26 


6,757.58 



6,757.58 

...North Saskatchewan 

4,821.66 



4,821.66 

Red Deer 

6,738.55 



6,738.55 


3,309.96 

69.96 


3,379.92 

North Saskatchewan 

8,173.43 



8,173.43 

...North Saskatchewan 

2,889.48 



2,889.48 

...Narrows — Lac Ste. Anne 

3,163.51 



3,163.51 

...North Saskatchewan 

5,994.98 

1,551.14 


7,546.12 

.. North Saskatchewan 

5,503.88 



5,503.88 

...South Saskatchewan 

15,787.25 



15,787.25 

...North Saskatchewan 

6,541.65 



6,541.65 

North Saskatchewan 

10,972.57 

2,082.01 


13,054.58 

...Red Deer 

10,785.07 

494.94 


11,280.01 

...Red Deer 

3.201.41 



3,201.41 

...North Saskatchewan 

6*573.32 



6,573.32 

...Red Deer 

10,530.31 



10,530.31 

..North Saskatchewan 

2,698,52 



2,698.52 

...North Saskatchewan 

8,584.18 



8,584.18 

...Red Deer 

3,251.72 



3,251.72 

...Red Deer 

151.67 



151.67 

...Peace River 

23,511.82 

1,028.37 

19,908.27 

44,448.46 

...Little Smoky 

9,332.61 

5,122.20 


14,454.81 

... Athabasca 

9,556.39 

12,736.01 


22,292.40 

Wapiti 

6,625.65 

8,797.72 


15,423.37 

Bow 

6,197.70 



6,197.70 

Bow 

5,648.72 



5,648.72 

...North Saskatchewan 

9,903.77 



9,903.77 

... Athabasca 

10,986.13 

1,058.28 


12,044.41 

South Saskatchewan 

4 443.40 



4,443.40 

Red Deer 

29.37 



29.37 

. South Saskatchewan 

4,246.26 



4,246.26 

McLeod 

5,494.71 



5,494.71 

.. North Saskatchewan 

7,015.37 

1,595.91 


8,611.28 

Peace 

24,886.18 

3,793.88 


28,680.06 

. North Saskatchewan 

9,334.32 


9,334.32 

General 

2,142.00 

97.54 

91.59 

2,331.13 


$283,084.73 

$ 38,442.90 

$ 19,999.86 

$341,527.49 


SUMMARY 


Income Account — Appropriation 1511 $ 321,527.63 

Capital Account — Appropriation 1582 19,999.86 


$ 341,527.49 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 103 


INDUSTRY AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Billiard Room and Bowling Alleys Act $ 

Film and photographic branch 

Fuel Oil Licensing Act 

Government of Canada Re: 

Alberta emergency measures organization 

Licensing of Trades and Businesses Act 

Miscellaneous 

Prearranged Funeral Services Act 

Public Auction Act 

Reimbursement of salaries 

TOTAL: Income Account 


Less than 
Estimates 
$ 255.50 

679.87 
370.00 


916.02 916.02 

107,930.15 70,000.00 37,930.15 

4,124.72 500.00 3,624.72 

130.00 130.00 

2.404.00 1,500.00 904.00 

5.260.00 4,000.00 1,260.00 


$ 149,459.52 $ 106,000.00 $ 43,459.52 

(Net) 


In Excess of 

Actual Estimates Estimates 

17,744.50 $ 18,000.00 $ 

5,320.13 6,000.00 

5,630.00 6,000.00 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


INDUSTRY AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 


177 


STATEMENT No. 104 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
PROVINCIAL MARKETING BOARD 
REPORT OF THE PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

Edmonton, Alberta, March 23, 1962 

Under the provisions of Section 11, Chapter 191, R.S.A. 1955, I have to report that I have audited the books 
and records of the Provincial Marketing Board for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Under authority of Orders-in-Council 1000/56 and 1173/57 the Board acted as agent of the Government of the 
Province of Alberta in connection with the sale of surplus materials and equipment, including automobiles aid trucks. 
Statement of receipts and payments in connection therewith appears below. 

Trading activities of the Board were conducted during the year by the Board’s wholly owned subsidiary, Marketing 
Services Limited, and are the subject of a separate report addressed to the Board of Directors of that corporation. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


STATEMENT No. 105 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
PROVINCIAL MARKETING BOARD 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Balance in trust as at January 1, 1961 $ 29,563.80 

Receipts: 

Sale of automobiles and trucks $ 140,627.04 

Sale of materials and equipment 81,661.23 

— 222,288.27 


Payments: 

Government departments 

$ 218 987 27 

$ 

251,852.07 

Expenses 

2 485 32 






221,472.59 




Balance in trust as at December 31, 1961 


$ 

30,379.48 


178 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 106 


MARKETING SERVICES LIMITED 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 
ASSETS 


Cash on hand 

Cash in treasury branches 

Accrued interest 

Accounts receivable 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 

Inventories: 

Held for sale under agreements, at cost 
Less: Agreement deposits 


$ 4,714.88 

284,624.08 
937.13 

$ 56,957.08 

8,952.15 

48,004.93 

$ 502,086.77 

181,064.03 


$ 321,022.74 


Held for sale to the public, at cost 684.00 

321,706.74 

Prepaid expenses 271.93 

Rock Wool Plant, Gap Lake 86,336.46 

Motor vehicles and other equipment, at cost less accumulated depreciation 2,423.78 

Warehouse building, at cost less accumulated depreciation 2,464.03 


$ 751,483.96 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable: 

Trade creditors 

Due to Provincial Treasurer: 

Advance under the authority of the Alberta Marketing Act, Sec. 17, Chapter 

191, R.S.A. 1955 

Share Capital: 

Authorized: 20,000 shares with a par value of $10.00 each. Issue restricted 
to Provincial Marketing Board 


$ 4,513.37 

400,000.00 


200,000.00 


Surplus: 

As at January 1, 1961 $ 313,297.03 

Add: Net profit from operations as per Statement No. 107 33,673.56 

346,970.59 


$ 751,483.96 


Edmonton, Alberta, February 26, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of Marketing Services Limited for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Operations 

Marketing Services Limited, incorporated Under Part III of the Alberta Marketing Act, Chapter 191, R.S.A. 1955, 
conducted the trading activities of the Provincial Marketing Board for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Activities during the year consisted of the merchandising of miscellaneous commodities and rendering financial 
assistance under agreements to certain industries within the Province. 


(Continued on Page 179) 


INDUSTRY AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 


179 


STATEMENT No. 106 — Continued 
Balance Sheet 

Accounts receivable aggregating $58,957.08 consist mainly of advances under agreements, to certain industries 
within the Province. These advances result from the purchase and resale of the commodities necessary for the 
particular activities of the industries, from expenditure for equipment and advances for operating expenses. 

Inventories of commodities on hand at December 31, 1961 are certified as to prices and quantities by officials of 
the Corporation. 

The Rock Wool Plant is shown on the Balance Sheet at $86,336.46, being the balance outstanding of advances 
made by Marketing Services Limited for the construction and operation of an insulation plant at Gap Lake, less an 
amount of $17,740.00 received to date under a hire-purchase agreement presently in force. This agreement calls for 
further payments of $32,260.00 principal leaving a balance of $54,076.46 which will represent a direct loss to Market- 
ing Services Limited. 

The Corporation issued to the Provincial Marketing Board one hundred shares of the capital stock for which no 
value was received. This transaction is not recorded and is not reflected on the above Balance Sheet. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of Marketing Services Limited as at December 31, 1961, according to information and ex- 
planations given to me and as shown by the books of the Corporation and the accompanying Statement of Profit and 
Loss correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


180 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 107 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
MARKETING SERVICES LIMITED 
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Sales: 

Commodities under agreements 0 1,039,829.09 

Other commodities 813.96 

0 1,040,643.05 

Deduct: Cost of sales 1,020,214.67 


Gross profit on sales 

Add: Other income: 

Interest earned on advances 

Brokerage on expired agreements 

Bank interest 

Rentals 

Miscellaneous 


0 20,428.38 

0 23,767.83 

7,317.65 
3,716.09 
880.00 
20.00 

35,701.57 


Deduct: Expenses: 

Salaries and wages 

Travelling 

Motor vehicle maintenance 
Provision for depreciation 

Office supplies 

Telephone and telegraph 

Miscellaneous 


0 56,129.95 

0 16,446.74 

1,951.75 
1,839.17 
1,142.53 
268.51 
161.15 
646.54 

22,456.39 


Net profit from operations 


0 33,673.56 


STATEMENT OF LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND UNEXPENDED BALANCES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


LABOUR DEPARTMENT 


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LABOUR DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


STATEMENT No. 110 


Apprenticeship Act 

Boilers Act: 

Engineers’ registration fees 

Examination fees 

Miscellaneous 

Pressure vessel registration fees 

Sale of regulations and acts 

Survey of drawings 

Electrical Protection Act 

Factories Act 

Gas Protection Act 

Miscellaneous 

Reimbursement of salaries and expenses 

Sale of automobiles 

Tradesmen’s Qualification Act, certificate fees 
Welding Act 


Actual 


Estimates 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


6,033.00 $ 

8,000.00 $ 

$ 

1,967.00 

7,121.96 

6,900.00 

221.96 


12,725.00 

8,600.00 

4,125.00 


380.85 

500.00 


119.15 

150,807.40 

136,000.00 

14,807.40 


286.70 

300.00 

13.30 

25,632.32 

22,700.00 

2,932.32 


112,878.76 

108,000.00 

4,878.76 


16,032.92 

10,500.00 

5,532.92 


39,333.47 

30,000.00 

9,333.47 


14,171.22 

17,503.92 

2,131.68 

30,583.00 

1,000.00 

13,171.22 

17,503.92 

2,131.68 

583.00 




30,000.00 


20,043.95 

22,000.00 


1,956.05 


TOTAL: Income Account $ 455,666.15 $ 384,500.00 £ 71,166.15 

(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


STATEMENT OF LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND UNEXPENDED BALANCES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


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LANDS AND FORESTS DEPARTMENT 
EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


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Furnishings, equipment 2 
Grants, prizes 



TOTAL: Income Account 


£ 1,561.21 

20,309.64 


4,474.78 
3,288.82 1 


5,505.65 
7,987.74 
282.84 
7 J2 
5,002.84 


625.551 

90.37 

5,220.68 


137,512.47 

79,489.25 


),546.78 

506.76 

5,226.50 

5,608.77 


219,728.26 

175,274.93 


22,672.99 

2,379.74 

30,742.35 

52,841.85 


1,495.15 

1,562.28 

20.70 

756.25 

1,222.50 


83,661.44 

252,365.51 

35.51 

4,335.40 


5,027.*54 

42,318.31 

448,305.46 


374,174.03 $5 958,053.1 


£ 45,337.92 £2,868,1 19.57 £2,452,000 


6,652.81 

778.66 


9,261.40 

21.00 

296.99 

29,065.89 


1,661.24 

12,579. 


1,186.92 

,,006.00 

1,264.42 


1,404.70 

73.14 


9,315.27 

2,006.52 


1 , 000.00 

71.01 

181.79 

2,535.12 


4,339.74 

728.75 

2,646.57 


317.22 

43 

72,63 


14,567.95 

1,794.13 

3,844.18 

21,087.62 


71.00 

2,188.52 

32,085.26 


4,019.43 

1,944.98 

215.80 

145.95 

1,826.40 


21,169. 

491.67 


42,581.0 

310.08 

266.61 

2,935.75 


170.52 
203.74 
! ,669.94 


55 £ 8,689.78 £ 156,: 


677.88 

63,709.59 

27,364.81 


73,716.3 

302.8] 

3,097.34 


£ 648,881.10 £ 3,800.00 £10,637,901.01 


483,997.10 

379,789.06 


190,242.85 

8,353.11 

43,843.31 

234,152.74 

30,861.72 


659,632.59 

493,998.17 

2,456.20 

29,227.17 

I, 958,672.61 

42,006.06 

8,463.60 

J, 514, 259.34 
134,304.98 


9,679.31 

66,793.85 

1,617,556.92 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Service 

Aerial Photography 

1882 

Forestry Dominion- 

Provincial Access 

Roads — Agreement 

S.W.s 2 & 54/61-62 

Winter works 

construction of camp 

jo^-S-s 

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Totals 

Automobiles, trucks and mobile equipment, purchase 

Automobiles, trucks and mobile equipment, expenses 

Buildings and sites 

Contracts and agreements 

Fees and commissions 

Freight, express and cartage 

Furnishings, equipment and' tools 

Land 

Materials and supplies, administrative 

Miscellaneous expenses 

Rentals 

Repair and maintenance of furnishings, equipment and tools 

Transportation 

Travelling expenses of other than public servants 

Travelling expenses of public servants 

Unemployment insurance, government portion 


Wages 

TOTAL: Capital Account 

£ 

27,74841 

$ 

5,702 

3,010 

915 

65 

347 

25,817 

116,769 

5 

690,660 

638 

315 

1 541 

150,047 

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£ 3,777.42 

289.82 
5,264.00 
125,208.36: 
2.00 

3,46740 

593.73 

35,986.53 

12,049.72 

124.10 

25.06 

600.53 

136.6*3 

71,649.28 

71 43140 

£ 3,777.42 

5.992.61 

76,895.00 

128,219.31 

917.00 

69.18 

3,814.46 

113,369.00 

26,411.27 

152,755.71 

5.90 

730,458.82 

762.10 

340.41 

1,541 45 

1.610.61 

1,247.63 

221,696.63 

£ 27,748.61 

£ 998,154.64 

£ 259,178.76 

£ 185,000.00 

£1,470,082.01 





LANDS AND FORESTS DEPARTMENT 


189' 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
LANDS AND FORESTS DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


STATEMENT No. 113 


INCOME ACCOUNT 
Actual 


Estimates 


Fisheries Act: 

Fish royalty 

Fishing licenses 

Miscellaneous 

Game Act: 

Fur tax (less commissions) 

Game licenses 

Miscellaneous 

Government of Canada Re: 

Air weapons range agreement 

Camp grounds and picnic areas, Eastern Rockies Forest 

Conservation Area 

Forest fire protection 

Forestry agreement 

Reforestation 

Lands and Grazing: 

Cultivation rentals, fees, etc 

General sales, interest 

Grazing rentals, fees, etc 

Hay fees, dues, etc 

Homestead leases, fees, rents, etc 

Land patent, miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous leases 

Miscellaneous permits 

Right of entry leases 

Miscellaneous 

Reimbursement of salaries 

Restoration of survey monuments 

Sale of aerial photographic survey maps 

Sale of automobiles 

Sale of equipment 

Sale of maps and plans 

Sale of materials and supplies 

School lands: 

Interest on sales 

Permits, fees, rentals, etc 

Surface rights on east slope forest reserve 

Timber: 

Rentals, fees, dues, etc 


In Excess of 
Estimates 


Less than 
Estimates 


# 28,836.75 # 

60,000.00 # 

$ 

31,163.25 

247,821.45 

300,000.00 


52,178.55 

809.59 

3,500.00 


2,690.41 

84,449.87 

80,000.00 

4,449.87 


585,801.15 

560,000.00 

25,801.15 


3,467.91 

2,500.00 

967.91 


53,049.98 

53,000.00 

49.98 



50,000.00 


50,000.00 

129,448.00 

135,000.00 


5,552.00 

69,159.15 

60,000.00 

9,159.15 



769.00 


769.00 


80,905.36 

130,000.00 


49,094.64 

13,046.93 

10,000.00 

3,046.93 


598,875.36 

550,000.00 

48,875.36 


5,418.04 

7,000.00 


1,581.96 

85,769.99 

80,000.00 

5,769.99 


4,473.66 

5,000.00 


526.34 

155,755.42 

180,000.00 


24,244.58 

71,204.10 

60,000.00 

11,204.10 


390,263.24 

300,000.00 

90,263.24 



119,115.56 

100,000.00 

19,115.56 


30,078.40 

.v' 1 

30,078.40 


9,063.72 

10,000.00 


936.28 

27,164.39 

30,000.00 


2,835.61 

1,150.00 



1,150.00 


4,708.20 

.. ,:rj. ...Ubr 

4,708.20 


24,646.03 

30,000.00 


5,353.97 

1,173.04 


1,173.04 


54,543.63 

50,000.00 

4,543.63 


451,573.81 

400,000.00 

51,573.81 



413,956.58 

550,000.00 


136,043.42 

2,391,947.62 3 

,000,000.00 


608,052.38 


TOTAL: Income Account 


Government of Canada Re: 

Forest access roads and trails 

Forestry agreement 

Picnic areas and camp grounds 

Homestead sales principal 

Land sales principal 

Repayment of advances, Wanham land project: 
Advances for clearing and breaking land 

TOTAL: Capital Account 


#6,138,445.93 #6,796,000.00 

# 

657,554.07 

(Net) 


ACCOUNT 




# 585,544.30 # 

405,350.00 # 

180,194.30 # 



20,000.00 


20,000.00 

147,180.43 

70,000.00 

77,180.43 


126,233.99 

55,000.00 

71,233.99 


187,509.71 

150,000.00 

37,509.71 


60,935.66 

33,500.00 

27,435.66 



#1,107,404.09 # 733,850.00 # 373,554.09 
(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


190 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 114 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
EASTERN ROCKIES FOREST CONSERVATION BOARD 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


ASSETS 

Workmen’s Compensation Board deposit $ 5,167.78 

Value of loose tools and equipment transferred to the Province of Alberta as at 

April 1, 1959 173,496.38 

Capital improvements and works 5,716,615.20 


$ 5,895,279.36 


LIABILITIES 

Government of Canada and Government of the Province of Alberta, equity as per 
Statement No. 116 


$ 5,895,279.36 


Note: Section 20 of the Memorandum of Agreement set forth in the Schedules to Chapter 59, Statutes of Canada, 1947 
and Chapter 20, Statutes of Alberta, 1948 and Amendment Acts, 1957 provides that upon termination of the 
Agreement: 

(a) All improvements or works resulting from the carrying out of the programs of the Board shall belong to 
the Province. 

(b) All other property acquired by the Board shall belong to the Province. 

Edmonton, Alberta, July 9, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Eastern Rockies Forest Conservation Board maintained by the Depart- 
ment of Lands and Forests, Government of the Province of Alberta, for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

Total capital expenditures from inception to March 31, 1955 amounting to $6,278,906.10 were made from funds 
provided by the Government of Canada (as authorized under Section 8 (a) of the Memorandum of Agreement), for 
the location and construction of forest improvements, the making of a forest inventory, reforestation, and such other 
works and services as the Board considered necessary in that area of the East Slope of the Rocky Mountains forming 
part of the watershed of the Saskatchewan River, as more definitely described in the Appendix to the Act. The total 
expenditure was not to exceed $6,300,000.00 during the seven years ended March 31, 1955. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Eastern Rockies Forest Conservation Board as at March 31, 1962 according to the information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the records of the Board and the accompanying statements correctly set forth the result of 
transactions for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


LANDS AND FORESTS DEPARTMENT 


191 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 115 


EASTERN ROCKIES FOREST CONSERVATION BOARD 


STATEMENT OF MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Maintenance expenses: 

Salaries 

Maintenance, material and operation expense 

Wages 

Equipment and motor vehicle expense 

Rentals 

Travelling 

Administration and general expense 
Heat, light and power 
Freight, express and cartage 
Telegrams and telephones 

Honorarium 

Postage 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 

Motor vehicles and heavy equipment 

Furnishings, equipment and tools 


0 401,740.51 

119,658.42 
117,693.81 
77,248.16 
48,271.25 
38,097.98 
26,316.68 
9,390.99 
2,240.42 
1,874.71 
1,000.00 
881.25 
20.70 


0 844,434.88 

137,512.47 
21,443.70 


Provided by: 

Appropriations 1817 and 1819 


0 1,003,391.05 


0 1,003,391.05 


Note: The total amount expended by the Board was provided by the Government of the Province of Alberta in accord- 
ance with Section 2 (a) (ii) of the Memorandum of Agreement, dated June 17, 1953 between the Government 
of Canada and the Government of the Province of Alberta as set forth in the Schedules to Chapter 41, Statutes 
of Canada, 1952 and Chapter 36, Statutes of Alberta, 1953. 

The remuneration and expenses of members of the Board were paid by the Governments of Canada and the 
Province of Alberta in accordance with Section 2 (b) (iii) of the Memorandum of Agreement and are not, with 
the exception of the honorarium of 01,000.00 to A. T. Baker, included in the above statements. 


192 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

EASTERN ROCKIES FOREST CONSERVATION BOARD 

STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT OF CANADA AND 

GOVERNMENT OF PROVINCE OF ALBERTA EQUITY 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Balance as at April 1, 1961 

Add: 

Workmen’s Compensation Board deposit interest 


Deduct: 

Workmen’s Compensation Board interest remitted 

Government of Canada and Government of Province of Alberta equity as at 
March 31, 1962 


STATEMENT No. 116 


$ 5,895,258.07 
167.78 
$ 5,895,425.85 
146.49 

$ 5,895,279.36 


STATEMENT OF LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND UNEXPENDED BALANCES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


LEGISLATION 


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194 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 118 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

LEGISLATION 

EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 



Advertising # 

Compensation 

Contracts and agreements . 
Entertainment expenses .... 

Fees and commissions 

Freight, express and 

cartage 

Furnishings, equipment 

and tools 

Materials and supplies, 

administrative 

Members’ sessional 

allowances 

Miscellaneous expenses 

Postage 

Rentals 

Repair and maintenance 
of furnishings, equip- 
ment and tools 

Repair and maintenance 

of office machines 

Salaries 

Telephone and telegraph .. 
Travelling expenses of 

public servants 

Wages 


TOTAL: Income Account # 


U 


406.56 # # 

346.77 

687.03 

T20o!oo 

172.12 


35,759.44 


32.25 

1,090.95 

41.50 


334,001.56 


401.06 

650.00 

17,912.73 


7,778.50 


66,478.91 


# 334,001.56 # 




82.00 

1,075.00 


224.64 



# 406.56 

346.77 
687.03 
82.00 
2,499.64 


1.68 


56.86 


3,716.09 


3,946.75 


212.84 


27,978.01 


28,190.85 


4,614.71 


13,910.91 


8,396.94 


428.68 


63,110.68 


1,163.04 

66.54 


1 1 .00 
168.95 
1,262.10! 


28.15 

178.67 

29,750.76 


334,001.56 

1.234.44 

1,505.11 

31,054.36 


115.40] 446.43 


561.83 


52.40 

17,230.00 

17.21 


2,332.80 2,857.88 

400,730.74 165,038.69 

107.05 14.55 


5,644.14 

583,649.43 

18,051.54 


23,665.62 


I 

# 432,182.92| # 246,213.69 


20,220.19 

7,778.50 


428.68 


#1 ,102,971.38 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT 
Service 


Furnishings, equipment and tcols 


S.W. 40/61-62 
Purchase of 
Electronic 
Equipment for 
Data Processing 
Centre of 
Provincial 
Auditor’s Office 
#1,056,883.35 


TOTAL: Capital Account 


#1,056,883.35 


LEGISLATION 


195 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

LEGISLATION 


STATEMENT No. 119 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Certified copies of bills, fees 
Library: 

Membership fees and fines 

Miscellaneous 

Private bills, fees 

Provincial Auditor’s office: 

Fees 

Sale of public accounts 

Miscellaneous 

Sale of statutes 

Sale of synopsis of legislation 

TOTAL: Income Account 


$ 


In Excess of 

Actual Estimates Estimates 

$ 10.00 $ $ 

95.54 70.00 25.54 

1.00 1.00 

1,979.52 1,000.00 979.52 

17,785.79 12,000.00 5,785.79 

42.50 42.50 

6.15 6.15 

6,848.88 7,000.00 

5.00 


26,759.38 £ 20,085.00 $ 6,674.38 

(Net) 


Less than 
Estimates 

10.00 


151.12 

5.00 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT 


196 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT 
EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 122 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Canada-Alberta agreement re air weapons range 

Mineral Taxation Act 

Mining, coal: 

Rentals, fees, etc 

Royalty 

Miscellaneous 

Mining, other: 

Bituminous sands fees and rentals 

Oil sands fees and rentals 

Quarrying fees, rentals and royalties 

Miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous 

Petroleum and natural gas: 

Rentals, fees, etc 

Royalties 

Sale of Crown reserve leases and reservations 

Pipe line fees 

School lands: 

Rentals, fees, etc 

Royalties 

Sale of Crown reserve leases and reservations 

Miscellaneous 

Well licenses 


Actual Estimates 

£ 13,300.00 £ £ 

1,270,317.80 1,250,000.00 


64,926.42 

60,519.47 

2,457.50 

758,782.11 

177,296.59 

55,776.78 

97,498.90 

78,745.13 

30,770,982.81 

36,674,664.96 

43,203,912.69 

10.219.00 

1,635,757.29 

2,543,464.11 

1,086,729.17 

11,147.50 

41.675.00 


50.000. 00 

80.000. 00 
2,500.00 

400,000.00 


35.000. 00 

40.000. 00 

50.000. 00 

31.000. 000.00 

27.000. 000.00 

43.000. 000.00 

10.000. 00 

1,600,000.00 

1.700.000. 00 

1.250.000. 00 
4,500.00 

25,000.00 


In Excess of 
Estimates 
13,300.00 
20,317.80 

14,926.42 


358,782.11 

177,296.59 

20,776.78 

57,498.90 

28,745.13 


9,674,664.96 

203,912.69 

219.00 

35,757.29 

843,464.11 


6,647.50 

16,675.00 


Less than 
Estimates 


19,480.53 

42.50 


229,017.19 


163,270.83 


TOTAL: Income Account £118,558,173.23 £107,497,000.00 £ 11,061,173.23 

( Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT 


199 


Government of the Province of Alberta statement No. 123 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION BOARD 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 

ASSETS 


Cash on hand and in bank 

Accounts receivable: 

Uncollected taxes and penalties $ 2,553.75 

Less: Allowance for uncollectible taxes 2,000.00 


Sundry $ 11,590.05 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 267.45 


Property and equipment, at cost: 

Carleton Royalties No. 1 well $ 7,500.00 

Automobiles 13 1*558.68 

Equipment 368,571.68 


182,789.02 


553.75 

11,322.60 


507,630.36 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 

Province of Alberta, net 

Capital surplus, arising from purchase of property and equipment from income 

Surplus: 

As at April 1, 1961 

Add: Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 




$ 54,455.86 

39,954.22 

$ 94,410.08 

507,630.36 

$ 18,589.02 

81,666.27 

100,255.29 


$ 702,295.73 


Edmonton, Alberta, July 9, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Oil and Gas Conservation Board for the year ended March 31, 1962. 
The accumulated surplus as at March 31, 1962, which must be taken into account in determining the 1962 


levy is made up as follows: 

Surplus as at April 1, 1961 $ 18,589.02 

Add: Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 81,666.27 

Surplus as at March 31, 1962 $ 100,255.29 


The liability to the Province of Alberta represents the excess of advances by the Province over the Province’s 
portion of the net expenditures incurred by the Board in the administration of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, 
Chapter 63, 1957, offset in part by the certain sundry accounts as follows: 

Advances by Province, net $ 668,831.40 

Add: Balance due to Province, April 1, 1961, 

excluding sundry accounts 1,271.51 

$ 670,102.91 

Less: Portion of net expenditures for the year ended 

March 31, 1962 628,550.46 

$ 41,552.45 

Deduct: Sundry accounts 1,598.23 

$ 39,954.22 


Equipment shown on the balance sheet includes equipment in an amount of $19,271.97 for which the Board had 
not received delivery as at March 31, 1962. A corresponding liability is included in accounts payable. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Oil and Gas Conservation Board as at March 31, 1962, according to the information and explanations given to 
me and as shown by the books of the Board and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and Expenditure correctly sets 
forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 




MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT 


201 


STATEMENT No. 124 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION BOARD 


STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Revenue: 

Tax levy 0 1,023,335.17 

Penalties 353.84 


Carleton Royalties No. 1 well, net 


0 1,023,689.01 
892.96 


Expenditure: 

Capital expenditure for property and equipment, net 

Salaries 

Rent 

Travelling and subsistence, including automobile expense, net 

Printing, stationery, office supplies, maps and Board publications 

Pension fund contributions 

Office machine rental 

Maintenance of buildings 

Telephone and telegraph 

Equipment maintenance and repairs 

Postage 

Staff transfer moving expenses 

Geological laboratory expense 

Board hearings 

Insurance 

Professional fees 

Workmen’s Compensation Board 

Cartage and express 

Publications and periodicals 

Classified advertisements 

Stenographic services 

University of Alberta, chemical laboratory expense 


Materials and supplies 

Sundry 

Deduct: Miscellaneous collections: 

Sales of publications and maps $ 49,862.16 

Drilling licenses 30,275.00 

Information services 23,232.90 

Government of Canada re formation samples 16,505.15 

Change of well name fees 15,875.00 

Assignment fees 5,400.00 

Bank interest 2,736.84 

Permits to operate drilling equipment 2,275.00 

Sundry 4,448.93 


53,085.50 

1,251,517.96 

70,023.44 

67.062.19 

61.493.20 
51,018.75 
42,988.85 
28,306.91 
19,854.43 
10,622.47 
10,567.06 

9,475.97 

9,156.36 

6,055.08 

5,009.76 

4,949.20 

4,727.31 

3,155.95 

2,794.05 

2,680.72 

2.656.27 

1.876.27 
1,162.88 
1,836.56 


150,610.98 


Total net expenditure for the year ended March 31, 1962 0 1,571,466.16 

Deduct: Charged to Province of Alberta 628,550.46 


1,024,581.97 


942,915.70 


0 81,666.27 


Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 


XXI.— MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT 

STATEMENT OF LEGISLATIVE AND EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND UNEXPENDED BALANCES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


202 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


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203 





205 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT 
EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


STATEMENT No. 126 


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; I I! 


2 II S 


and mobile equipment, 


Furnishings, equipment and tools . 


3,083.61 

40.50 

249.28 

968.88 


2,602.73 

553.88 


84.00 

1,077.09 

2,482.70 

26,734.85 

3,366.02 

463.99 


1 maintenance of furnishings. 


of public servants . 


TOTAL: Income Account . 


19.00 
- sno.oo 
695.36 


1,112.10 

20.00 

4,818.39 

480.00 


34.40 

32,660.00 

122.30 


415.13 

3 ^ 629^45 


669.63 

234,625 

2,128.35 


752.48 

338,969.81 

2,440.31 


2,491 

265.58 


195.25 

),996.89 

825.35 


34.66 

19,468.98 

114.20 


94,052.27! 

2,700.001 

43.50, 


8,035.49 

1,075,784.83 

49,521.69 

463.99 


3,839.35 

1,653,413.10 

10,045.33 

199, 959^7 
5,451.50 
223.50 


88,908.54 $ 304,( 




MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT 


207 


STATEMENT No. 127 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


Alberta Assessment Commission, fees 

Assessments 

Government of Canada Re: 

Municipal winter works incentive program 

Hospital insurance, municipalities 

Interest on: 

Agricultural advances, 1950 

Agricultural advances, 1955 

Agricultural advances, 1958 

Agricultural advances, 1959 

Agricultural advances (old) 

Local Authorities Board: 

Debenture application fees 

Miscellaneous 

Municipal administration training program 
Public Utilities Board: 

Administration fees 

Dairy licenses 

Debenture application fees 

Reimbursement of milk control costs 

Tariff fees 

Reimbursement re administration of: 

Improvement districts 

Mobile Equipment Licensing Act 

Special areas 

Special areas: 

Cultivation crop shares 

School lands grazing rentals 
Town and Rural Planning Act: 

Subdivision approval fees 

TOTAL: Income Account 



In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

# 96.00 # 300.00 # 


i 204.00 

61,601.47 

50,000.00 

11,601.47 5 


2,531,609.44 

1,700,000.00 

831,609.44 


6,644,129.61 

7,142,000.00 


497,870.39 

137.06 


137.06 


870.27 

300.00 

570.27 


2,625.81 

1,000.00 

1,625.81 


2,249.22 

900.00 

1,349.22 


2.26 

450.00 


447.74 

14,189.50 


14,189.50 


1,492.23 

3,000.00 


1,507.77 

19,012.00 

19,800.00 


788.00 

200.Q0 


200.00 


1,074.00 

1,100.00 


26.00 

5,655.00 

19,000.00 


13,345.00 

30,554.23 

26,000.00 

4,554.23 


4,571.51 

1,000.00 

3,571.51 



295,873.00 

291,300.00 

4,573.00 


109,067.91 

36,000.00 

73,067.91 


183,783.31 

210,700.00 


26,916.69 

9,541.14 

14,000.00 


4,458.86 

23,010.40 

16,000.00 

7,010.40 


5,422.50 

5,000.00 

422.50 



#9,946,767.87 #9,537,850.00 # 

408,917.87 




(Net) 



CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Agricultural advances, 1950 # 319.00 $ # 319.00 # 

Agricultural advances, 1955 3,566.46 2,000.00 1,566.46 

Agricultural advances, 1958 14,362.75 13,000.00 1,362.75 

Agricutural advances, 1959 16,633.56 15,000.00 1,633.56 

Agricultural advances (old) 4,110.75 4,110.75 

Miscellaneous 2,000.00 


TOTAL: Capital Account # 38,992.52 # 32,000.00 # 6,992.52 

: (Net) 


2,000.00 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


208 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 128 


IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS’ TRUST ACCOUNT "A” 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 

ASSETS 

$ 1,069,456.91 


1,371,065.00 

500,694.19 
186,679.63 

$ 3,127,895.73 

LIABILITIES 


Debenture debt, maturing 1962 to 1977, see contra $ 186,679.63 

Trusts: 

Credit balances 2,941,216.10 


$ 3,127,895.73 


Cash in bank 

Investments, at cost: 

Government of Canada debentures, par value $1,400,000.00 $ 1,369,675.00 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation shares 1,390.00 


Accounts receivable: 

Collections outstanding 

Advances to hospital districts for capital expenditure, see contra 


Note: In addition to the foregoing assets and liabilities, tax arrears amounted to $2,539,022.19, grants 
receivable were $64,326.33, accrued interest on investments amounted to $18,241.09, miscellaneous 
accounts receivable were $11,693.00 and amounts recoverable from the fund for charitable pur- 
poses, advances and ordinary accounts payable aggregated $78,576.39. 

Edmonton, Alberta, March 2, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Improvement Districts’ Trust Account "A” for the year ended 
December 31, 1961. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Improvement Districts’ Trust Account "A” as at December 31, 1961, according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Fund, and the accompanying Statement of Receipts and Payments 
correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT 


209 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 129 


IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS’ TRUST ACCOUNT "A” 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Fund as at January 1, 1961 

Receipts: 

Taxes: 

General $ 3,167,791.96 

Mobile and seismic equipment 411,107.17 

Well drilling equipment 177,527.78 

Mobile homes 35,243.24 

Miscellaneous 551.00 


Provincial grants: 

Municipal Assistance Act $ 449,975.92 

Provincial Secretary’s Act 95,480.00 

Livestock Diseases Act 20,168.70 

Agricultural Service Board Act 10,105.07 

Lands and Forests Act 4,940.00 

Agricultural Pests Act 2,686.75 


Grazing and cultivation leases and permits 

Interest credited 

Miscellaneous 


$ 2,479,713.72 


$ 3,792,221.15 


583,356.44 

304,115.60 

71,980.47 

12,147.59 

4,763,821.25 


Payments: 

School requisitions 

Roads and bridges 

Administration 

Hospital requisitions 

Direct assistance 

Health services, net 

Recreational services 

Light, water and scavenging service 
Agricultural Service Boards 

Pests and weeds 

Brucellosis control 

Senior citizens’ homes 

Miscellaneous 


$ 7,243,534.97 

$ 2,080,726.58 
1,150,008.14 
295,873.00 
267,280.88 
152,155.10 
110,855.46 
63,912.38 
39,216.27 
27,846.37 
23,361.96 
20,702.17 
18,962.81 
51,417.75 

4,302,318.87 


Fund as at December 31, 1961 


$ 2,941,216.10 



211 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS’ TRUST ACCOUNT "A” 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


STATEMENT No. 130 


1 ! 


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7,877.49 £ 
39,367.50 
264,588.68' 
60,190.? 
5,272.261 
51,746.20 
15,064.22 
105.20O.S3 
258,522.58 


S.49| 

26,8! 

16,246.031 
134,377.06 
20,118.76 
4,259.00 
172,495./ 


1,601.09 

10.C65.47 

20.303.54 

13.073.54 


56,530.85 

81,044.57 

39,168.60 


71.686.51 

92.148.15, 

59,117.961 

6,722.19 


75,021.831 
7,196.29' 
5,803.65' 
24,764.11 
1 l,012.40j 


73,846.90 

332,408.77 

36.785.63 
9.23 

19.140.63 
8,373.39 

112,476.31 

205,849.52 

5421.01 

32,605.89 

185,244.12 

43,990.88 

17,115.07 

433,334.33 

374,361.93 

23,255.79 

6,941.55 

3,096.43 

162,496.73 

8,373.78 

44.43 

43,486.98 

86,808.62 

41,576.65 

28,432.26 


17,675.55 

40,477.83 

4,315.59 


3,334.74 

38,520.14 

509.91 

962.08 

25,782.89 


185,2 


62,141.30 

94,554.6“ 

123,385.62 

5.427.49 

7,896.24 

102,629.09 

163.531.97 
143,451.71 

897.29 

150,561.39 

109.998.98 
28,482.37 

719.44 


12,924.74 

34,162.65 

16,438.13 

4,038.45 

4,850.68 

2,190.11 

1,556.85 

1,248.70 

3,543.98 

15.04 

19,994.69 

20.032.46 
16,955.18 

6,003.40 

5,559.91 

14,668.38 

21,003.34 

17,940.8: 

805.20 

27,327.92 

18,542.53 

15.510.47 
164.79 
862.18 

4,019.29 

21,428.4 


823.19 

6.533.35 

2,100.41 


17,171.84 

132,763.39 

729,534. 

173,208.21 

5,281.49 

92,010.87 

24,322.? 

288,053./ 

511,302.? 

17,337.09 

32,800.“ 

55,421.92 

367,310.59 

65,359.1 

22,671.? 

636,430.30 

537,266.36 

87,005.79 

8,542.64 


1.025.00 

57.364.00 
266,585.92 

39,210.94 

26!l7L00 

4.992.00 

62.214.00 
184,257.62 

1.875.00 

6.095.00 
13,084.““ 

90.375.00 

20.693.00 

9.397.00 
212,000.77 
172,745.33 

15,812.13 


25,11 


119,039.84 

211,575.92 

99,727.60 

41,018.27 

273,714.: 

205,552.: 

11,172.: 

9,566.88 

15,84 

180,393.71 

158,495.67 

217,482.65 


2,376.78 

69,986.74 

2,938.62 


20,233.28 

9,099.87 

59,582.45 


3,8 

48.902.00 
31,968. 

58.755.00 
76,614.27 

7.329.21 

2.741.21 


588.00 

3,317.2 

17,870.9 


15,82 

34,08 

12,65 


24,54 

2,10 

1,69 

2,54 


3,51 

30,96 

42,08 

42,06 


7,384.82 

5,731.19 

2,847^52 


100.67 

6,136.52 

30,492.67 


3,271.: 

623.96 

6,793.58 

29,067.37 


1,884.35 

1,328.85 

2,586.70 

1,174.60 


77.00 

9.577.00 
43,722.00 

7.484.00 


14,196.00 

9,701.00 

581.00 


3,700.91 

24,255.53 

4,596.02 

1,613.15 


17,220.04 

10,260.47 

3,495.05 

4,601.77 

2,310.40 


436.51 

914.94 

4,556.52 

274 M 


6,813.70 

2,588.06 

445.86 

249.71 


3,6 
6,732.57 
8,350.65 
655.63 
175.67 
10,046.' 
13,017.19 
10,000.43 
10.35 
10,631.13 
8,943.97 
1,925.70 
39.90 
73.49 
353.28 
1,791.18 
27.22 


19.794.00 
1,773.00 

468.00 

12.168.00 


415.00 
8,925.00 

380.00 


7.039.00 

1.488.00 
753.00 


9.773.00 

8.966.00 
350.00 


15.483.00 

12.477.00 
1,874.00 

71.00 


219.22 

257.34 

602.54 

170.82 

1,105.47 

2,265.: 

208.1 

1,584.90 


1,347.50 

1,837.00 

880.00 

650.00 

612.00 


26. 25 
204.75 
316.15 


3.142.85 

450!6b 


227.54 

330.04 

586.50 


408.98 

943.29 

,102.40 


213,2 96.67 


50, ( 


).43 


3,773.74 

13,701.37 

28.351.35 
14,969.53 

*90.57 

66,053.67 

77.037.36 
48,201.92 
20,446.72 

111,620.95 

153,584.25 

3,230.83 

3,980.66 

3,262.71 

122,550.91 


15,509.13 

6,201.31 

30,002.50 

24,014.18 


112,479,713.72 *3,792,221.15’ £ 583,356.44 £ 304,115.60 ? 12,147. 


71,980.47 £7,243,534.97 £2, 080, 726.58 *1,150, 


152,155.10 £ 267,280.? 


£ 39,216.27 £ 23,361.96 


,417.75 £2,941,216.1 


1 Pests Act £2,686.75. 





MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT 


213 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 131 


SPECIAL AREAS BOARD 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


ASSETS 

Cash in bank 

Accounts receivable: 

Collections outstanding 

Miscellaneous 

Taxes receivable, general 

Grazing rentals receivable 

Hail tax arrears 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 


$ 678,448.01 


0 219,901.62 

3,193.16 

223,094.78 

428,885.20 

105,706.89 

0 12,638.73 

12,638.73 


Agreements for sale 0 250.34 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 250.34 


Improvement sales $ 761.67 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 761.67 


Advances to hospital districts, secured 

Advances to hospital districts, unsecured, see contra 

Prepaid expenses: 

Materials and supplies 

Unexpired insurance 

Accrued interest 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation shares 

Property and equipment, less accumulated depreciation: 

Road machinery and shop equipment 

Pleasantview Home 

Youngstown shop 

Buildings, general 

Miscellaneous 


0 48,562.60 

6,349.55 

54,912.15 

0 141,389.90 

8,814.09 

150,203.99 

3,143.41 

150.00 

0 308,506.82 

117,425.54 
62,867.46 
41,677.27 
9,461.19 

539,938.28 


0 2,184,482.71 

Trust funds: 

Cash in bank and treasury branch 1,098.72 

0 2,185,581.43 


LIABILITIES 

Wages payable 

Accounts payable 

Due to Province of Alberta, net 

Accrued interest 

Debenture debt, maturing 1962 to 1967, see contra 

Capital surplus, arising from building donated by the Province of Alberta 
Surplus: 

As at January 1, 1961 

Add: Sundry adjustments, net 


0 9,712.24 

33,928.64 
27,314.15 

0 70,955.03 

100.53 

6,349.55 

3,430.48 


0 1,946,765.18 
2,617.86 


0 1,949,383.04 

Deduct: Cancellation of tax arrears, net 6,802.83 

0 1,942,580.21 

Add: Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961 161,066.91 

2,103,647.12 


Trust: 

Pleasantview Home trust 


0 2,184,482.71 
1,098.72 
0 2,185,581.43 


(Continued on Page 214) 


214 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 131 —Continued 

Edmonton, Alberta, May 4, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Special Areas Board for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Cultivation rental revenues have been reported on a cash basis. There is an undetermined amount of lease revenue 
receivable by the Board which is not reflected on the Balance Sheet. 

Advances to hospital districts totalling $48,562.60 are secured by debentures of the respective districts. The debentures 
were examined during the year and found in order. 

Advances to hospital districts amounting to $6,349.55 are unsecured and were made from funds obtained by the 
sale of debentures of the Board to the Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation. 

The value shown for Pleasantview Home represents the cost of repairs and remodelling only. Title to the property 
is vested in the Province of Alberta. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 

the true financial position of the Special Areas Board as at December 31, 1961, according to the information and 

explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board, and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and 

Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


MUNICIPAL AFFAIRjS DEPARTMENT 


215 


STATEMENT No. 132 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

SPECIAL AREAS BOARD 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 
REVENUE 

8 686,381.77 

10,959.85 


Taxes: 

1961 General tax levy 
Add: Penalties and costs 


$ 697,341.62 

Deduct: Discounts allowed 1,238.79 


Mobile and seismic equipment and mobile homes 
Well drilling equipment 

Grazing rentals 

Province of Alberta grants: 

Roads 

Municipal assistance 

Brucellosis control 

Reassessment survey 

Rat control 

Cultivation rentals 

Pleasantview Home, board, room and laundry 

Community pastures, net 

Fees 

Right of entry awards and easements 

Interest earnings 

Sale of gravel 

Land sales, principal and interest 
Sale of improvements and materials 

Miscellaneous rentals 

Miscellaneous 


$ 696,102.83 

31,218.76 
2,824.21 

$ 730,145.80 

464,436.15 

8 150,000.00 

85,250.97 
17,525.85 
16,168.80 
2,560.17 

271,505.79 

142,700.72 

26,330.90 

25,324.11 

23,281.36 

18,279.51 

15,601.79 

10,459.10 

6,516.74 

6,516.17 

2,339.35 

2,006.89 


8 1,745,444.38 


EXPENDITURE 

1961 school requisitions $ 644,357.66 

Maintenance of roads 496,313.38 

Salaries 149,747.88 

1961 hospital requisitions 75,224.71 

Pleasantview Home, operating expenses 58,211.61 

Depreciation 55,993.89 

Reassessment survey 32,337.61 

Brucellosis control 19,733.32 

Travelling expenses 10,468.03 

Hamlets 5,529.69 

Insurance 4,692.80 

Telephone and telegraph 3,983.90 

Pests and weeds 3,866.72 

Heat, light and power 3,818.23 

Relief and public welfare 3,615.61 

Stationery and supplies 2,624.22 

Advisory board expenses 2,537.50 

Freight, express and cartage 2,286.24 

Postage 2,002.71 

Maintenance of buildings and offices 1,580.81 

Grass seed, net 551.90 

Miscellaneous 4,899.05 


8 1,584,377.47 
8 161,066.91 


Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961 


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PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT 


217 



218 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 135 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR 

ENDED MARCH 

31, 1962 





In Excess of 

Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Amusements branch: 





Censorship fees 

# 30,300.00 # 33,500.00 # 


# 3,200.00 


19,539.28 

20,000.00 


460.72 

Pari-mutuel tax 

898,077.46 

800,000.00 

98,077.46 


Projectionist fees 

995.00 

1,200.00 


205.00 

Miscellaneous 

14.00 


14.00 


Authentication of documents 

382.66 

450.00 


67.34 


5,830.50 

5,500.00 

330.50 


Companies branch: 




Alberta companies 

206,955.46 

190,000.00 

16,955.46 


Foreign companies 

63,460.23 

47,000.00 

16,460.23 


Extracts, searches, etc 

10,443.26 

8,500.00 

1,943.26 


Trust Companies Act 

4,816.10 

100.00 

4,716.10 


Miscellaneous registrations 

1,935.50 

1,500.00 

435.50 


Cultural activities branch: 




Alberta craft 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 

Craft equipment payments 

2,052.75 

1,000.00 

1,052.75 

Registration fees 

18,952.93 

21,000.00 


2,047.07 

Film and photographic branch, miscellaneous 

374.15 


374.15 

Fire prevention branch: 





Fire prevention tax 

50,670.51 

45,000.00 

5,670.51 


Lightning rod licenses 

220.00 

200.00 

20.00 


Miscellaneous 

7.80 

10.00 


2.20 

Fuel oil tax branch: 





Tax (less commissions) 

32,951,433.08 

34,320,000.00 


1,368,566.92 

Insurance branch: 





Agents’ license fees .... 

73,134.00 

67,000.00 

6,134.00 


Companies license fees 

141,570.00 

134,500.00 

7,070.00 


Insurance Corporations Tax Act 

2,137,999.01 

2,300,000.00 

162,000.99 

Real estate agents’ licei^e fees 

3,579.00 

3,000.00 

579.00 


Miscellaneous 

1,019.99 

1,000.00 

19.99 


Miscellaneous 

2,081.21 

3,800.00 


1,718.79 

Profit on sale of fuel oil dye 

13,612.72 

13,612.72 

Provincial Jubilee auditoriums, rentals 

238,073.77 

225,000.00 

13,073.77 


Queen’s council letters patent 

1,700.00 


1,700.00 


Reimbursement of salaries 

4,557.78 

5,000.00 


442.22 

Sale of automobiles 

595.13 


595.13 



TOTAL: Income Account #36,884,383.28 #38,238,260.00 #1,353,876.72 

(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT 


219 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 136 


JUBILEE AUDITORIUMS 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


REVENUE 


Rentals 

Catering 

Snack bar, net 
Rental of equipment 
Commissions 
Sundry 


EXPENDITURE 

Salaries and wages 

Repairs and betterments 

Light, power and water 

Caretaking supplies 

Maintenance of grounds 

Taxes and insurance 

Telegraph and telephone 

Printing and stationery 

Travelling 

Workmen’s compensation 

Depreciation, office equipment 

Unemployment insurance 

Rental of equipment 

Fuel 

Sundry 


Total expenditure 

Total revenue 

Net cost to the Province 



Southern 


Northern 

Alberta Jubilee 

Alberta Jubilee 

Auditorium 


Auditorium 

$ 

88,738.02 

$ 

82,366.66 


6,493.91 


9,131.51 


4,668.66 


4,183.62 


1,340.00 


1,465.00 


858.71 


1,286.53 


559.59 


152.00 

$ 

102,658.89 

$ 

98,585.32 

£ 

202,339.61 

$ 

194,294.75 


38,284.92 


46,506.98 


32,848.09 


2,912.47 


3,542.83 


4,849.01 


3,233.83 


3,829.06 


1,888.87 


1,875.87 


1,834.24 


1,821.60 


736.25 


538.04 


694.13 


567.42 


298.48 


329.12 


201.89 


201.89 


199.32 


207.65 


93.00 


183.00 


66.06 


6,185.83 


897.02 


2,274.52 

£ 

287,158.54 

$ 

266,577.21 

$ 

287,158.54 

$ 

266,577.21 


102,658.89 


98,585.32 

$ 

184,499.65 

$ 

167,991.89 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 7, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the above auditoriums for the year ended March 31, 1962, and the foregoing 
Comparative Statement of Revenue and Expenditure has been correctly prepared therefrom. 

Exclusive of interest on capital invested, the net operating cost for the year amounted to $352,491.54 and was 
charged to the general revenue fund of the Province. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above statement correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended 
March 31, 1962. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


220 


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PUBLIC DEBT 


221 


STATEMENT No. 138 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

PUBLIC DEBT 

EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


Service 

2302 

Public Debt — 
Administration 

2303 

Public Debt — 
Interest 

2304 
Savings 
Certificates — 
Interest 

2305 

Debt 

Retirement 

Totals 

Fees and commissions 

Interest 

Materials and supplies, administrative 

Postage 

Redemption of debt 

# 63,993.38 

764.07 

493.67 

69.50 

42.45 

12,705.24 

# 

572,752.97 

# 

7.42 

$ 

2,050,091.56 

# 63,993.38 

572,760.39 
764.07 
493.67 
2,050,091.56 
69.50 
42.45 
12,705.24 

Repair and maintenance of office machines 

Salaries 




TOTAL: Income Account 


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1 

# 7.42 

#2,050,091 .56 

#2,700,920.26 


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222 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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Government op the Province of Alberta 
PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE \ EAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 



225 


STATEMENT No. 140 



2453 

Hospitals Division 

2455 

Division of 

Tuberculosis Control 

2456 

Aberhart Memorial 
Sanatorium 

2457 

Baker Memorial 
Sanatorium 

2460 

Division of Mental 

Health 

Provincial Mental 

Hospital, Ponoka 

Provincial Mental 

Hospital Farm — 

2465 

Provincial Mental 

Institute, Edmonton 

2466 

Provincial Mental 

Institute Farm — 

Edmonton 

2467 

Rosehaven— Camrose 


Provincial Auxiliary 

Mental Hospital — 

Claresholm 

2469 

Provincial Auxiliary 

Mental Hospital — 

Raymond 

2472 

Emotionally Disturbed 

Children’s Program 

2475 

School — Red Deer 

2477 

Dcerhotne — Red Deer 


31 

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# |p|:6 

# 512.99 


# 18.50 

$ 

$ 

* 


$ 

# 100.00 

# 27.20 

% 

# 1,605.14 









6,007.56 







2,825.87 


9,296.67 



2,144.71 


1,379.50 


2,418.65 

2,295.32 

4,766.10 

1,963.28 

351.82 


325.69 

533.27 


2,998j36 

1,502.81 

21,343.34 







1,710.00 


2,380.56 





360.00 




4,450.56 


21 80 



2,930.00 




94707 









9,458.33 

71 

5,584:82 

33,915.50 

10,582.20 

2,402.40 

5.'761.'47 

10,946.22 

822.97 

4,348.91 

150:65 
205 02 

4,813.10 


339"bc 

1,726.00 


5,572.73 

6754:75 

2,380772:26 

28 

1,8$}. 27 

47o!96 

225,87 

2,24 137 

1,044.93 

1 3,797 j34 

157.36 

9,828.82 


1,544.91 


454.16 

1 421.00 


10,633:92 

363.03 

210.37 

9,286.69 

76,022.61 







175.00 


86.70 









6,187,493.58 


48,038*713*198 

17,707.00 




254.00 


12.00 


507:60 



114.40 


14.40 

180.0C 

48,077,505.38 







158.53 


106.20 







64.18 


798.92 














62.00 




62.00 















37,675 "bo 


1 :::::::::::: 

273,020.59 

38 

7,716.61 

8,673.15 

172,916.11 

154,661.50 

4,655.83 

516,928.09 

18,539.72 

454,998.25 

1,894.03 

103,079.10 


2,869.60 

27,325.01 


259,973.49 

321,898.30 

2,510.915.94 



2.45 

33.71 

387.52 


2,182.00 

509.20 

670.31 

5.20 

33.54 


561.13 

253.85 



564.C5 

6,455.09 


















1,393.171.8 7 


2436 







18.00 


30.93 


270.00 


1.05 

64.00 


2,540.05 

67 

2,761.09 

3,562.29 

402.68 

1,456.39 

685.00 

3'j285"l8 


1,650.41 


409.79 


150.00 

125.00 

2.70 

1,458.50 

1,053:46 

36,028.21 

85 

4,966.50 

169.76 

14.76 

2,702.00 


100.90 


136.60 


322.05 


280.50 

267.50 


1,583.19 

385.54 

15,590.90 

16 


1,882.36 

495.45 

2,056.87 

3.00 

2,938.51 

527.97 

1,299.57 

1,336.95 

161.71 


231.20 

123.15 


1,322.77 

80.02 

17,260.99 

03 

806.69 

516.62 

530.09 


714.00 

739.38 


942.66 


7.61 


2.10 

23.47 


547.37 

224.01 

9,719.25 

97 

168,963 .97 

85,092.04 

876,373.00 

863 688 84 

272.4W.98 

1,934,787.46 

52:586:69 

2,133,868.24 

37,643.02 

658,170.46 

11 

0,856.48 

117,466.66 

28,380.43 

1,467,646.30 

1,410,600.66 

11,344,161.20 














35.00 




35.00 

99 

647.57 

142.00 

613.16 

353.06 

1,017.63 

1,740:61 


2,172.94 


375.19 


389.15 

32.50 

24:65 

473.40 

308:45 

14,251.53 

10 



12.40 



100.15 


917.75 


75.00 


86.00 





14,161.87 

90 

1,909.63 

98.30 

4.80 


2,899.70 

572.15 











8,636.79 

5 3 

7,635.50 

14,607.04 

620.42 

659.20 

8,023.89 

4,554.86 

4’:bb 

916.29 

89.80 

493.74 


275.12 

254.63 

805:83 

1,577.15 

1,291.69 

91,366.76 

£5530 





7,802.00 


5.670.00 


5,960.00 







6,040.00 


25,472.00 

To 

#48,261,646.39 

#169,058.90 

#1,062,857.46 

$1,044,021.62 

#297,419.59 

#2,505,063.21 

#75,624.46 

$2,632,264.93 

#43,295.69 

#770,911.10 

$15 

8,485.20 

#150,754.92 

?66,9S9.66j 

#1,763,742.36 

#1,745,417.14 

#72,542,654.22 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


227 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


STATEMENT No. 141 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Edmonton farm 

Government of Canada Re: 

Cancer clinics 

Child and maternal health 

General public health 

Health units and public health services 

Hospital construction grants 

Insulin and other special drugs 

Laboratory and x-ray school 

Medical rehabilitation services and crippled children 

Mental health 

Professional training 

Public Health Act 

Public health research 

Social hygiene 

Training of nursing aides 

Tuberculosis control 

Hospital insurance: 

Government of Canada 

Third party liability 

Hospitals capital debt repayments 

Hospital uncollectible accounts 

Institutions: 

Deerhome, Red Deer: 

Patients’ maintenance charges 

^Reimbursement of salaries 

Sale of supplies 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Mental hospital, Claresholm: 

Miscellaneous charges to patients 

Patients’ maintenance charges 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Mental hospital, Ponoka: 

Miscellaneous charges to patients 

Patients’ maintenance charges 

^Reimbursement of salaries 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Mental hospital, Raymond: 

Miscellaneous charges to patients 
Patients’ maintenance charges 

Miscellaneous 

Mental institute, Edmonton: 

Miscellaneous charges to patients 
Patients’ maintenance charges 
^Reimbursement of salaries 
Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Rosehaven, Camrose: 

Patients’ maintenance charges 

’‘Reimbursement of salaries 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 




In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

[ 6,209.91 $ 

8,100.00 $ 


$ 1,890.09 

239,759.91 

254,600.00 


14,840.09 

52,317.74 

112,000.00 


59,682.26 

46,557.14 

69,300.00 


22,742.86 

600,901.65 

564,000.00 

36,901.65 


907,237.47 

1,250,000.00 


342,762.53 

8,461.25 

14,900.00 


6,438.75 

23,928.16 

31,100.00 


7,171.84 

77,302.34 

191,400.00 


114,097.66 

320,853.67 

634,000.00 


313,146.33 

122,867.80 

130,800.00 


7,932.20 

94,786.90 

122,600.00 


27,813.10 

90,386.18 

166,200.00 


75,813.82 

42,382.82 

38,000.00 

4,382.82 


193,020.95 

213,700.00 


20,679.05 

193,571.44 

215,000.00 


21,428.56 

19,151,658.14 

20,500,000.00 


1,348,341.86 

140,330.50 

100,000.00 

40,330.50 



85,000.00 


85,000.00 

250,407.57 

280,000.00 


29,592.43 

106,967.17 

80,000.00 

26,967.17 


98,610.00 

100,000.00 


1,390.00 

17,744.86 

15,000.00 

2,744.86 


30,542.31 

25,000.00 

5,542.31 


37.00 

100.00 


63.00 

172.55 


172.55 


27,201.33 

35,000.00 


7,798.67 

2,144.48 

2,000.00 

144.48 


553.35 

500.00 

53.35 


2,063.37 


2,063.37 


426,081.34 

420,000.00 

6,081.34 


105,419.47 

75,000.00 

30,419.47 


41,852.61 

50,000.00 


8,147.39 

3,929.86 

5,000.00 


1,070.14 

474.78 


474.78 


30,634.98 

40,000.00 


9,365.02 

135.00 

500.00 


365.00 

75.00 


75.00 


412,616.27 

375,000.00 

37,616.27 


105,849.50 

90,000.00 

15,849.50 


53,800.16 

45,000.00 

8,800.16 



2,100.00 


2,100.00 

338,212.33 

325,000.00 

13,212.33 


100,000.00 

100,000.00 



5,780.13 

6,500.00 


719.87 

2,068.60 

100.00 

1,968.60 



(Continued on Page 228) 


228 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 141— Continued 


INCOME ACCOUNT — Continued 


Institutions — Continued : 

Sanatorium, Aberhart Memorial, Edmonton: 
Patients’ maintenance charges: 


Out patients 

Other patients: In patients 

Out patients 

^Reimbursement of salaries 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Sanatorium, Baker Memorial, Calgary: 

Patients’ maintenance charges: 

Government of Canada: In patients 

Out patients 

Other patients: In patients 

Out patients 

^Reimbursement of salaries 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Training school, Red Deer: 

Patients’ maintenance charges 

^Reimbursement of salaries 

Services and supplies to staff 

Miscellaneous 

Maintenance charges, emotionally disturbed children 

Marriage Act 

Miscellaneous 

Municipal nursing service agreements 

Municipal nursing services 

Nursing Aides Act 

Plumbing permits 

Ponoka farm 

Pre-marital blood tests 

Private Hospitals Act 

Registration fees, cancer clinics 

Reimbursement of salaries and expenses: 

Alberta Tuberculosis Association 

*MentaI health 

^Training of nursing aides 

"“Tuberculosis control 

Sale of automobiles 

Sale of equipment 

Sale of nursing aides’ supplies 

Training of nursing aides: 

Department of Citizenship and Immigration 

Province of Alberta 

Vital Statistics Act (less commissions) 



In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

$ 56,176.61 $ 

33,750.00 $ 

22,426.61 $ 

486.00 


486.00 


13,366.00 

13,750.00 


384.00 

693.00 


693.00 


82,663.50 

80,000.00 

2,663.50 


30,352.22 

33,500.00 


3,147.78 

412.66 

1,600.00 


1,187.34 

221,824.00 

185,000.00 

36,824.00 


25.00 


25.00 


10,656.00 

15,000.00 


4,344.00 

201.00 


201.00 


85,965.79 

80,000.00 

5,965.79 


38,825.44 

47,700.00 


8,874.56 

6,480.39 

5,300.00 

1,180.39 


144,798.70 

140.000.00 

4,798.70 


82,900.00 

69,000.00 

13,900.00 


39,637.92 

40,000.00 


362.08 

4,427.43 

3,000.00 

1,427.43 


13,871.99 

10,000.00 

3,871.99 


57,502.50 

59,000.00 


1,497.50 

5,240.22 

200.00 

5,040.22 


28,299.87 

41,200.00 


12,900.13 

12,250.97 

17,000.00 


4,749.03 

3,796.00 

3,000.00 

796.00 


5,917.50 

3,500.00 

2,417.50 


34,549.55 

5,000.00 

29,549.55 


10,304.00 

10,000.00 

304.00 


15.00 


15.00 


1,520.00 

900.00 

620.00 


24,592.73 

24,000.00 

592.73 


100,000.00 

103,000.00 


3,000.00 

197,251.81 

213,700.00 


16,448.19 

6,750.00 

7,700.00 


950.00 

7,107.13 


7,107.13 



100.00 


100.00 

3,420.51 

2,000.00 

1,420.51 


6,457.78 

3,000.00 

3,457.78 


178,694.72 

139,000.00 

39,694.72 


85,555.19 

82,800.00 

2,755.19 


$26,078,897.12 $28,245,200.00 


$2,166,302.88 




(Net) 


*Included in reimbursements from Government of Canada. 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 143 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

PROVINCIAL MENTAL INSTITUTIONS UNDER CHAPTER 199, R.S.A. 1955 
THE MENTAL DEFECTIVES ACT 
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
Provincial Training 

School, Red Deer Deerhome, Red Deer 


REVENUE 

Patients’ maintenance charges 


disturbed children 

Government of Canada grants 


EXPENDITURE 

Administration 

Professional care of patients 

Occupational therapy 

Kitchen and dining room 

Clothing 

General house 

Upkeep of buildings and power plant expense 

Stores expense 

Transportation 

Garden and grounds 

Farm operations, net expense 


Total expenditure 
Cash collected 


Net cost ot the Province 



Cost per 


Cost per 

Amount 

patient day 

Amount 

patient day 

$ 158,771.50 

$ .60 

$ 314,988.15 

$ 1.02 

ges 51,486.30 

.19 

208,275.48 

.67 

$ 107,285.20 

1,7 

$ .41 

$ 106,712.67 

$ .35 

iy 

39,141.00 

.14 



91,310.87 

.34 

100,609.22 

.32 

$ 237,737.07 

$ .89 

$ 207,321.89 

$ .67 

$ 83,839.58 

$ .31 

$ 63,993.75 

$ .21 

1,055,388.54 

3.98 

1,117,409.93 

3.63 

78,954.61 

.30 



293,602.99 

1.11 

278,128.97 

.90 

23,418.59 

.09 

33,254.19 

.11 

158,448.03 

.60 

191,664.65 

.62 

241,157.26 

.91 

255,240.22 

.83 

7,552.94 

.03 

8,073.46 

.02 

7,671.81 

.03 

5,586.00 

.02 

2,082.99 

.01 

9,782.90 

.03 

6,683.31 

.03 



$1,958,800.65 

$ 7.40 

$1,963,134.07 

$ 6.37 

$1,958,800.65 

$ 7.40 

$1,963,134.07 

$ 6.37 

237,737.07 

.89 

207,321.89 

.67 

$1,721,063.58 

$ 6.51 

$1,755,812.18 

$ 5.70 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 20, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the above mental institutions for the year ended March 31, 1962, and the 
foregoing Comparative Statement of Revenue and Expenditure has been correctly prepared therefrom. 

Exclusive of interest on capital invested, the net operating cost for the year amounted to $3,476,875.76 and was 
charged to the general revenue fund of the Province. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above statement correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended 
March 31, 1962. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 144 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

PROVINCIAL SANATORIA 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
REVENUE 

Aberhart Memorial Baker Memorial 

Sanatorium Sanatorium 




Cost per 


Cost per 


Amount 

patient day 

Amount 

patient day 

Patients’ maintenance charges collected 

$ 69,542.61 

$ .91 

$ 232,480.00 

$ 4.26 

Government of Canada grants 

101,053.98 

1.31 

100,529.36 

1.84 


$ 170,596.59 

$ 2.22 

$ 333,009.36 

$ 6.10 


EXPENDITURE 




Administration 

$ 66,796.37 

$ .87 

$ 71,816.42 

$ 1.32 

Professional care of patients 

550,919.47 

7.16 

495,071.73 

9.07 

Kitchen and dining room . 

245,339.92 

3.19 

207,247.79 

3.80 

General house 

171,926.31 

2.23 

221,340.80 

4.06 

Upkeep of buildings and power plant expense 

119,085.52 

1.55 

196,909.93 

3.61 

Stores expense 

8,358.66 

.11 

8,971.16 

.16 

Transportation 



9,468.42 

.17 





Garden and grounds 

10,339.16 

.13 

5,057.94 

.09 


$1,172,765.41 

$15.24 

$1,215,884.19 

$22.28 

Total expenditure 

$1,172,765.41 

$15.24 

$1,215,884.19 

$22.28 

Cash collected 

170,596.59 

2.22 

333,009.36 

6.10 

Net cost to the Province 

$1,002,168.82 

$13.02 

$ 882,874.83 

$16.18 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 27, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the above Sanatoria for the year ended March 31, 1962, and the above 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure has been correctly prepared therefrom. 

Exclusive of interest on capital invested ,the net operating cost for the year amounted to $1,885,043.65 and was 
charged to the General Revenue Fund of the Province. 

The net expenditure for clinical services and maintenance of patients in hospitals, other than the above, is not re- 
flected in the foregoing statement. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above statement correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended 
March 31, 1962. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


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STATEMENT No. 145 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED CHILDREN’S PROGRAM UNDER CHAPTER 200, 
R.S.A. 1955 THE MENTAL DISEASES ACT 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 



Linden House, Red Deer 

REVENUE 

Cost per 

Amount patient day 


Patients’ maintenance charges 

Less: Charges to indigent patients and uncollectible charges 

$ 

15,072.00 

1,200.01 

$ 2.00 
.16 




$ 

13,871.99 

$ 1.84 

EXPENDITURE 

Administration 

$ 

3,793.21 

19,046.20 

6,475.25 

39,141.00 

$ .50 

Professional care of patients . 


2.53 

Occupational therapy 

Charges for maintenance by Provincial Training School, Red Deer 


.86 

5.19 


$ 

68,455.66 

$ 9.08 

Total expenditure 

Cash collected 

$ 

68,455.66 

13,871.99 

$ 9.08 
1.84 

Net cost to the Province 

$ 

54,583.67 

$ 7.24 




Edmonton, Alberta, August 16, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the above program for the year ended March 31, 1962 and the foregoing 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure has been correctly prepared therefrom. 

Exclusive of interest on capital invested, the net operating cost for the year amounted to $54,583.67 and was 
charged to the general revenue fund of the Province. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above statement correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended 
March 31, 1962. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 






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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 146 


UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


ASSETS 


Revenue Funds: 

Cash on hand $ 43,003.18 

Cash in treasury branch and banks 220,754.16 


Accounts receivable: 

Civilian patients $ 357,237.55 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 104,899.98 


$ 252,337.57 

Hospitalization Benefits Act, net 360,902.18 

Government of Canada 164,323.62 

Province of Alberta 50,193.16 

Workmen’s Compensation Board 35,551.67 

Municipalities 5,151.35 

Due from trust funds 48,266.89 

Miscellaneous 12,535.96 


Inventories 

Prepaid expenses 

Deposit with Workmen’s Compensation Board 

Plant Funds: 

Land and buildings, at cost 

Furniture and equipment, at cost 


$ 263,757.34 


929,262.40 

285,833.07 

6,548.14 

4,788.64 

$ 1,490,189.59 


$15,021,461.63 

3,524,586.69 

18,546,048.32 


Trust Funds: 

Cash on hand and in banks 

Accounts receivable 

Bonds and debentures, at book value 

Common shares, nominal value 

Accrued interest 


$20,036,237.91 


$ 168,636.85 

35,230.80 
1,259,362.10 
1.00 
7,781.25 

1,471,012.00 


$21,507,249.91 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 146 —Continued 


LIABILITIES 


Revenue Funds: 

Accounts payable $ 292,947.11 

Salaries and wages payable 29,626.54 


Deferred income 

Workmen’s Compensation Board reserve 
Revenue surplus, as per Statement No. 147 

Plant Funds: 

Reserve for equipment 

Capital surplus, as per Statement No. 148 

Capital: 

Provided by the Province of Alberta 


$ 322,573.65 

7,500.00 
34,358.54 
904,180.57 


$ 59,966.07 

5,152,302.25 


0 1,268,612.76 

5,212,268.32 

13,555,356.83 


Trust Funds: 

Due to revenue funds 

Hospital reserve trust 0 907,708.22 

General trusts 469,697.22 

Medical professional services trust 36,230.80 

Patients’ trust 9,108.87 


$20,036,237.91 

0 48,266.89 

1,422,745.11 

1,471,012.00 


$21,507,249.91 

Edmonton, Alberta, March 5, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the University of Alberta Hospital Board for the year ended December 31, 
1961. 

Operations for the year ended December 31, 1961 are summarized in Statement No. 149 and are subject to 
approval of the Department of Public Health, Hospitals Division, for final determination of contributions from the 
Province of Alberta under the Hospitalization Benefits Plan. 

No depreciation has been provided on buildings, furniture or equipment. The Hospitalization Benefits Plan will 
provide funds for acquirement and replacement of approved furniture and equipment and for retirement of debt in- 
curred in the acquirement of capital assets. 

Accounts receivable under the Hospitalization Benefits Act are shown in the net amount of $360,902.18 and are 


comprised of the following: 

Capital charges accrued $ 73,050.98 

Less: Capital charges accrued, payable to Province of Alberta 73,050.98 


0 


Purchases of equipment 93,052.79 

Excess of net operating cost over basic payments received 237,802.86 

Uncollectible accounts 30,046.53 


$ 360,902.18 


As stated elsewhere in this report, the accounts receivable under the Hospitalization Benefits Act are subject to 
approval of the Department of Public Health, Hospitals Division. 

Inventories of supplies on hand were certified as to quantities and prices by officials of the Hospital. 

Trust investments held in safekeeping at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Edmonton, under joint 
custody of two officials of the Hospital, were verified by examination and are summarized hereunder: 

Par Value Book Value 


Government of Canada bonds 

Provincial debentures, direct and guaranteed 
Common shares 


$ 505,100.00 

762,000.00 
2,600.00 


504,061.26 

755,300.84 

1.00 


$ 1,269,700.00 $ 1,259,363.10 


(Continued on Page 236) 


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STATEMENT No. 14 6— Continued 

The market value of the bonds and debentures amounted to approximately $1,205,000.00 as at December 31, 1961. 
Transactions in the Hospital reserve trust are as undernoted: 

Balance as at January 1, 1961 $ 1,115,775.35 

Add: 

Interest earnings $ -44,175.32 

Rental earnings, net 3,686.36 

— 47,861.68 

$ 1,163,637.03 

Deduct: 

Equipment purchases $ 5,609.11 

Investments transferred to General Trusts, book value 250,319.70 

255,928.81 

Balance as at December 31, 1961 $ 907,708.22 


Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the University of Alberta Hospital Board as at December 31, 1961, according to information 
and explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board, and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and 
Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 147 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE SURPLUS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Revenue surplus as at January 1, 1961 $ 881,853.53 

Add: Adjustment applicable to previous years: 

Reduction of allowance for doubtful accounts 19,180.65 


$ 901,034.18 

Add: Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961 3,146.39 


Revenue surplus as at December 31, 1961 $ 904,180.57 


STATEMENT No. 148 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF CAPITAL SURPLUS 
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Capital surplus: 

Arising from: 

Hospitalization Benefits Act: 

Repayment of capital provided by the Province of Alberta 
Furniture and equipment provided 

Assets provided from hospital funds 

Assets provided from construction grants 

Assets provided from donations 


$ 1,335,678.19 
1,423,917.65 

$ 2,759,595.84 

1,417,159.58 

686,770.82 

288,776.01 


Capital surplus as at December 31, 1961 


$ 5,152,302.25 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 

UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 


STATEMENT No. 149 


STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


REVENUE 

General services, including wards and rooms 

Special services, as per Statement No. 150 

Department of Veterans’ Affairs, in-patients 

Rentals revenue 

Miscellaneous revenue 


$ 1,266,351.00 
572,267.91 


$ 1,838,618.91 
550,192.08 
35,182.10 
29,099.74 


EXPENDITURE 

Salaries and wages, as per Statement No. 151 

Supplies and direct expenses, as per Statement No. 152 


$ 2,453,092.83 


$ 4,558,922.56 
2,127,609.28 

6,686,531.84 


Net operating cost 

Interest on capital advance 

Provision for doubtful accounts 


Deduct: Hospitalization scheme contributions under the Hospitalization Benefits Act: 

Net operating cost 

Interest on capital advance 

Provision for doubtful accounts 


$ 466,040.69 

54,447.92 


g 4,233,439.01 
466,040.69 
54,447.92 


$ 4,233,439.01 

520,488.61 
$ 4,753,927.62 

4,753,927.62 

* 

3,146.39 


$ 3,146.39 


Interest earnings, net 

Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 150 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF SPECIAL SERVICES REVENUE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Cafeteria and sundry meals $ 207,656.90 

X-ray 90,703.50 

Clinical laboratories 64,874.96 

Emergency 62,208.60 

Pharmacy 39,839.99 

Rehabilitation 37,350.65 

Orthopaedic 36,702.65 

Radioisotope 12,040.50 

Cystoscopy 6,157.50 

Laundry 4,697.75 

Linen 4,107.41 

Orthoptic 2,007.50 

Pulmonary function 1,984.00 

Operating room 1,426.00 

Shock therapy 510.00 


$ 572,267.91 


STATEMENT No. 151 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF SALARIES AND WAGES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Administration $ 320,052.12 

General services, including wards and rooms 1,729,158.82 

Special services: 


Education of students and internes 

Operating room 

$ 479,529.55 

197,890.72 


Clinical laboratories 

194,431.40 


Rehabilitation 

168,880.63 


X-ray 

123,193.13 


Medical records 

83,914.74 


Delivery room 

52,299.39 


Pharmacy 

42,158.58 


Cardiology 

35,980.53 


Out-patient clinic 

34,417.41 


Emergency 

32,838.49 


Cystoscopy 

17,990.57 


Radioisotope 

17,393.33 


Orthopaedic 

14,842.63 


Endocrinology 

10,246.49 


Orthoptic 

3,399.34 




1,509,406.93 

Service departments: 

Dietary 

$ 350,642.54 


Housekeeping 

285,435.47 


Laundry 

139,991.88 

26,987.53 


Linen 




803,057.42 



Plant operation: 

Buildings and grounds maintenance 


197,247.27 

$ 4,558,922.56 




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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 152 


UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF SUPPLIES AND DIRECT EXPENSES 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 

Administration, as per Statement No. 153 

General services, including wards and rooms 

Special services: 

Education of students and internes 

Operating room 

Clinical laboratories 

X-ray 

Pharmacy 

Orthopaedic 

Out-patient clinic 

Intravenous 

Cystoscopy 

Oxygen 

Emergency 

Delivery room 

Cardiology 

Radioisotope 

Medical records 

Rehabilitation 

Endocrinology 

Orthoptic 


178,179.17 

176,780.66 

64,007.09 

63,632.61 

40,369.90 

38,056.92 

25,002.25 

20.992.53 

20.221.54 
17,237.21 
16,217.46 
16,115.02 
15,299.59 

9,514.81 

9,035.73 

8,787.24 

2,105.67 

514.66 


Service departments: 

Dietary $ 510,596.01 

Linen 32,715.50 

Housekeeping 32,352.14 

Laundry 9,396.72 


238,396.37 

320,102.29 


722,070.06 


585,060.37 

261,980.19 


$ 2,127,609.28 


Plant operation, as per Statement No. 153 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 153 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION AND PLANT OPERATION EXPENSE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 
ADMINISTRATION 


Pension fund contributions $ 101,960.57 

Printing, postage and office supplies 38,094.58 

Telephone and telegraph 24,610.71 

Workmen’s Compensation Board 20,000.04 

Regulatory and security services 15,947.51 

Legal 8,019.59 

Office equipment maintenance 6,533.05 

Blue Cross 6,056.80 

Insurance 4,353.25 

Cartage and transportation 3,737.67 

Association fees 2,553.14 

Travelling 2,462.53 

Miscellaneous 4,066.93 


$ 238,396.37 

PLANT OPERATION 


Buildings maintenance, including alterations $ 78,416.82 

Electricity 67,843.00 

Steam and gas 54,826.08 

Water 31,024.30 

Equipment maintenance 16,382.58 

Grounds maintenance 8,243.45 

Insurance 3,863.32 

Miscellaneous 1,380.64 


$ 261,980.19 


242 


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STATEMENT No. 156 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Blind persons’ allowances: 

Government of Canada 

Provinces 

Child Welfare Act, reimbursements 

Disabled persons’ allowances: 

Government of Canada Re: 

Medical reviews 

Pensions 

Rehabilitation of disabled persons 

Provinces 

Mother’s allowances, reimbursements 

Old age assistance: 

Government of Canada 

Provinces 

Public assistance, reimbursements 

Supplementary allowances: 

Reimbursement by other provinces: 

Blind persons’ allowances 

Disabled persons’ allowances 

Old age assistance 

Unemployment assistance agreement: 
Government of Canada 

TOTAL: Income Account 


In Excess of Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

# 223,797.52 # 232,500.00 # 
2,975.01 3,000.00 

122,803.58 100,000.00 

22,803.58 

# 8,702.48 

24.99 

1,029.44 

559,013.96 

11,685.53 

11,617.58 

272.00 


1,029.44 


615,000.00 

15.000. 00 

10.000. 00 

55,986.04 

3,314.47 

1,617.58 

272.00 

2,018,978.47 

39,661.40 

221,352.17 

2,180,000.00 

36,000.00 

150,500.00 

3,661.40 

70,852.17 

161,021.53 

220.00 

1,760.00 

35,523.62 

500.00 

2,000.00 

47,500.00 


280.00 

240.00 


11,976.38 

4,329,480.78 

5,495,500.00 


1,166,019.22 

#7,580,171.06 #8,887,500.00 


#1,307,328.94 

(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 













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STATEMENT No. 158 —Continued 
CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Service 

2681 

Furnishings and 

Equipment 

2682 

Sites and 

Construction 

2684 

Power Plants 

Construction 

Totals 


# 

# 11,755.21 

# 

# 11,755.21 

Automobiles, trucks and mobile equipment, purchase 

21,524.58 



21,524.58 

Automobiles, trucks and mobile equipment, expenses 

1,734.80 

1,325.77 


3,060.57 

Buildings and sites 


490,000.91 


490,000.91 

Compensation 

4,028.10 

24,000.31 


28,028.41 

Contracts and agreements 

7,101.34 

17,977,265.89 

92.40 

17,984,459.63 

Fees and commissions 

3,913.39 

178,617.39 

3,336.15 

185,866.93 

Freight, express and cartage 

16,029.89 

12,088.61 

268.05 

28,386.55 

Furnishings, equipment and tools 

3,082,441.68 

612,848.95 

76,277.26 

3,771,567.89 

Materials and supplies, administrative 

290,671.91 

29,641.01 


320,312.92 

Materials and supplies, construction 

65,462.55 

1,384,991.61 

16,493.16 

1,466,947.32 

Miscellaneous expenses 


4.00 


4.00 

Postage 


33.70 

1.39 

35. C9 

Rentals 

1,048.93 

114,304.85 

611.00 

115,964.78 

Repair and maintenance of furnishings, equipment and tools 

1,032.52 

4,282.59 

2,643.46 

7,958.57 

Repair and maintenance of office machines 


394.15 


394.15 

Taxes . 


16,943.14 


16,943.14 

Telephone and telegraph 

8.38 

2,856.83 

2.20 

2,867.41 

Travelling expenses of other than public servants 

26.40 

521.35 

1,500.00 

2,047.75 

Travelling expenses of public servants 

996.07 

85,552.31 

87.39 

86,635.77 

Unemployment insurance, government portion 

217.46 

16,483.43 


16,700.89 

Utilities 

52.28 

7,818.67 


7,870.95 

Wages 

29,179.14 

1,598,971.79 

4,791.70 

1,632,942.63 

TOTAL: Capital Account 

# 3,525,469.42 

#22,570,702.47 

# 106,104.16 

#26,202,276.05 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 159 


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 
CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


INCOME ACCOUNT 
Actual 


In Excess of Less than 

Estimates Estimates Estimates 


Garage revenue 

Government of Canada Re: 

Alberta emergency measures organization, maintenance 
Vocational training, Southern Alberta Institute of 

Technology, maintenance 

Institutions: 

Belmont rehabilitation centre 

Bowden institution 

Gaol, Calgary 

Gaol, Fort Saskatchewan 

Gaol, Lethbridge 

Mental hospital, Claresholm 

Mental hospital, Edmonton 

Mental hospital, Ponoka 

Sanatorium, Calgary 

Training school, Red Deer 

Miscellaneous 

Power plants: 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Edmonton South 

Reimbursement of salaries 

Rents 

Reserve leases 

Sale of automobiles 

Sale of material 

School for the Deaf, Edmonton 

TOTAL: Income Account 


$ 49,802.15 $ 

43,000.00 $ 

6,802.15 0 


26,700.94 

27,230.00 


529.06 

88,460.21 

26,800.00 

61,660.21 


3,594.69 

3,425.00 

169.69 


8,615.24 

7,150.00 

1,465.24 


3,324.42 

1,800.00 

1,524.42 


5,726.00 

5,730.00 


4.00 

14,234.91 

12,250.00 

1,984.91 


420.00 

420.00 



10,912.37 

11,000.00 


87.63 

14,560.60 

14,110.00 

450.60 


6,276.51 

7,000.00 


723.49 

756.09 

1,590.00 


833.91 

2,845.26 

1,000.00 

1,845.26 


45,409.38 

28,000.00 

17,409.38 


21,600.00 

21,600.00 



328,670.24 

210,000.00 

118,670.24 


55,028.10 

52,100.00 

2,928.10 



167,948.22 

164,200.00 

3,748.22 

I 

101.00 


101.00 

. . ... j 

258.91 


258.91 



15,734.81 

5,000.00 

10,734.81 


2,627.33 

3,400.00 


772.67 

$ 873,607.38 $ 

646,805.00 $ 

226,802.38 




(Net) 



CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Government of Canada Re: 

Vocational Training: 

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology: 

Buildings 

Equipment 

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology: 

Buildings 

Hospital construction grants 

Sale of buildings, materials, etc.: 

Fire loss 

Lots, Grande Prairie 

Miscellaneous refunds 

Refund of sales tax on buildings under construction 
Sale of land 

TOTAL: Capital Account 


0 667,397.02 0 
106,641.51 

393.750.00 $ 

185.800.00 

273,647.02 $ 

79,158.49 

32,335.38 

157,466.67 

375.000. 00 

750.000. 00 


342,664.62 

592,533.33 

750.00 

7,000.00 

9,510.49 

90,179.92 

8,601.00 

10,000.00 

100,000.00 

1,000.00 

750.00 

7,000.00 

7,601.00 

489.51 

9,820.08 

$1,079,881.99 $1,815,550.00 

$ 

735,668.01 

(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 


253 


STATEMENT No. 160 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

EXPENDITURE ON MAINTENANCE, ADDITIONS, FURINISHINGS AND 
CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS, INSTITUTIONS 
AND POWER PLANTS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Furnishings and Sites and 


Location 

Aberhart memorial sanatorium, Edmonton 

Administration building, Edmonton 

Administration building, Lethbridge 

Agriculture school, Fairview 

Maintenance 

$ 129,629.21 $ 

187,866.64 

47,018.82 

Equipment 

1,754.54 $ 
32,860.10 
13,661.01 
24,274.47 
15,730.04 
2,564.32 

Construction 

726.15 $ 
3,469.93 
43,244.37 
67,601.74 
268,037.54 
1,786.07 

Total 

132,109.90 

224,196.67 

103,924.20 

91,876.21 

283,767.58 

4,350.39 

81,076.16 

117,575.43 

59.592.99 

33.508.99 
31,067.34 

Agriculture school, Vermilion 

81,076.16 

Alberta institution for girls, Edmonton 

Alberta Jasper building, Edmonton 

Alberta office building, Edmonton 

58,921.82 

59,507.15 

33,147.55 

30,141.00 

3,875.69 

24.94 

341.44 

926.34 

54,777.92 

60.90 

20.00 

Alberta research council, Edmonton 

109,517.80 

6,082.29 

8,800.68 

124,400.77 

Alberta school for the deaf, Edmonton 

207,642.58 

9,582.99 

372.00 

217,597.57 

Auditorium, Calgary 

228,412.70 

5,275.56 

6,343.81 

240,032.07 

Auditorium, Edmonton 

201,285.96 

3,317.90 

3,351.63 

207,955.49 

Baker memorial sanatorium, Calgary 

212,140.54 

7,965.23 

15,379.36 

235,485.13 

Belmont rehabilitation centre, Edmonton 

74,738.28 

1,718.88 

9,997.24 

86,454.40 


13,226.68 



13,226.68 


18,348.25 


85.00 

18,433.25 

Bowden institution, Bov/den 

127,051.72 

13,588.85 

92,724.41 

233,364.98 

Cancer diagnostic clinic, Edmonton 

25,847.24 

1,382.51 

49.27 

27,279.02 

Cerebral palsy clinic, Calgary 

5,256.17 

350.59 


5,606.76 

Cerebral palsy clinic, Edmonton 

17,858.97 


45,912.50 

63,771.47 

Child guidance clinic, Medicine Hat 


850.27 


850.27 

Civil defence building, Calgary 

9.29 



9.29 

Civil defence building, Edmonton 

14,180.05 

368.61 


14,548.66 

Civil defence rescue centre, Edmonton 

586.23 



586.23 

Court houses: 





Blairmore 

5,793.78 

224.00 


6,017.78 

Calgary 

41,516.00 

1,601.50 

1,497,940.13 

1,541,057.63 

Camrose 

938.26 

2,268.19 


3,206.45 

Cardston 

6,088.49 

102.75 


6,191.24 

Drumheller 

19,415.44 

85.30 


19,500.74 

Edmonton 

92,816.08 

1,861.16 


94,677.24 

Fort Macleod 

4,832.05 

27.43 

2,729.23 

7,588.71 

Fort Saskatchewan 

883.40 



883.40 

Grande Prairie 

26,081.04 

42.00 


26,123.04 

Hanna 

9,758.13 

42.01 


9,800.14 

Lethbridge 

22,361.93 

2,957.19 


25,319.12 

Medicine Hat 

20,646.00 

1,206.01 


21,852.01 

Pea.ce River 

28,508.81 

237.23 


28,746.04 

Red Deer 

20,191.27 

2,172.70 


22,363.97 

Stettler 

5,585.28 

511.49 


6,096.77 

Vegreville 

9,346.89 

1,637.24 

347.75 

11,331.88 

Wetaskiwin 

11,529.59 

857.76 


12,387.35 

Deerhome institution, Red Deer 

Demonstration farm, Brooks 

Education building, Calgary 

Education building, Edmonton 

Fish hatcheries, various 

Forestry training school, Hinton 

Government of£ices ? Calgary 

255,032.81 

423,964.64 

99,587.35 

r 5,442.00 

9,433.73 

41,661.24 

80,291.85 

3,065.13 

219,963.27 

162.03 

4.50 

732.11 
2,458.26 

766.96 

378.87 

25,451.51 

31,657.56 

4,496.47 

298.12 
354,861.95 

711,569.58 

7,335.41 

861,785.80 

4,309.17 

597.50 

1,046,894.24 

10,400.54 

1,505,713.71 

99,749.38 

9,755.67 

10.763.34 
44,119.50 

24.753.11 

21.944.35 
325,945.85 
579,873.64 

12.907.11 
49,090.22 

3,483,969.90 

Health cancer service centre, Calgary 

Heating plant, Calgary 

23,986.15 

21,565.48 


Highways building, Edmonton 

Highways maintenance shops, various 

Highway testing laboratory, Edmonton 

284,673.09 

184,422.70 

8,410.64 

15,821.25 

363,793.38 

Highway traffic weight scales, various 

Homes for the aged, various 

16,538.51 

32,253.59 

3,129,107.95 


(Continued on Page 254) 


254 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 160 — Continued 


Location 

Lands and forests offices, various $ 

Land titles building, Calgary 

Land titles building, Edmonton 

Legal offices, Taber 

Legislative and departmental buildings and grounds, 

Edmonton 

Municipal affairs building, Edmonton 

Natural resources building, Edmonton 

Northern Alberta institute of technology, Edmonton 

Nurses’ aide training school, Calgary 

Ogden hostel, Calgary 

Oil and gas conservation board buildings, various 

Oil and gas conservation board, head office, Calgary 

Old gas company building, Edmonton 

Pathology laboratory, Edmonton 

Police buildings, various 

Police magistrates’ offices, various 

Poultry farm, Oliver 

Power house, Edmonton 

Power house, Edmonton South 

Property, university farm, Edmonton 

Property, Jasper Place 

Property at 98 Ave. and 108 St., Edmonton 

Property near Foothills provincial hospital, Calgary 

Provincial auxiliary mental hospital, Claresholm 

Provincial auxiliary mental hospital, Raymond 

Provincial buildings: 

Athabasca 

Barrhead 

Bonnyville 

Brooks 

Calgary No. 1 

Calgary No. 2 

Camrose 

Cardston 

Drumheller 

Edson 

Fort Macleod 

Grande Prairie 

Hanna 

High Prairie 

Innisfail 

Lac La Biche 

Lacomhe 

Lethbridge 

Mayerthorpe 

Olds 

Peace River 

Ponoka 

Red Deer 

Rocky Mountain House 

South Edmonton 

Stettler 

St. Paul 

Two Hills 

Vermilion 

Vegreville 

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Provincial gaol, Calgary 

Provincial gaol, Fort Saskatchewan 

Provincial gaol, Lethbridge 

Provincial health guidance building, Edmonton 

Provincial health guidance building, Lethbridge 

Provincial laboratory of public health, Edmonton 

Provincial mental hospital, Ponoka 

Provincial mental institute, Oliver 

Provincial training school, Red Deer 

Public buildings staff (undistributed), various 


Fi 

urnishings and 

Sites and 


Maintenance 

Equipment 

Construction 

Total 

118,102.48 $ 

2,675.66 £ 

147,851.24 # 

268,629.38 

13,076.45 

6,085.15 


19,161.60 

83,239.46 

11,051.35 


94,290.81 

723.00 



723.00 

554,950.10 

11,904.35 

20,964.92 

587,819.37 

43,756.47 

23,604.39 

187,811.77 

255,172.63 

158,402.25 

17,737.91 

22,868.02 

199,008.18 

615.81 

612.81 

1,950,383.94 

1,951,612.56 

12,412.70 



12,412.70 

24,930.04 


13,246.38 

38,176.42 

26,822.52 


1,656.04 

28,478.56 

28,993.94 


491,899.76 

520,893.70 

116,263.62 

2,157.12 


118,420.74 

21,293.41 

1,719.45 


23,012.86 

8,907.27 



8,907.27 

18,624.29 

1,172.44 


19,796.73 

3,650.39 



3,650.39 

3,475.52 


20,310.83 

23,786.35 

427,961.02 


874,023.97 

1,301,984.99 



198,544.27 

198,544.27 



21,948.00 

21,948.00 



17,564.12 

17,564.12 



5,160.99 

5,160.99 

107,082.65 

80,832.25 

246,034.39 

433,949.29 

45,677.96 

698.72 


46,376.68 

3,009.28 



3,009.28 

15,617.94 

2,199.75 

5,505.32 

23,323.01 

8,993.20 

2,634.77 

41,279.34 

52,907.31 

2,190.64 



2,190.64 

25,049.72 

3,574.53 


28,624.25 

18,026.05 



18,026.05 

14,637.87 

8,469.03 

6,324.47 

29,431.37 

415.06 

321.88 


736.94 

13,453.43 

1,822.01 


15,275.44 

18,908.66 

7,769.67 

165,234.91 

191,913.24 

1,173.39 



1,173.39 

31,051.88 

799.70 


31,851.58 

9,877.91 

588.29 


10,466.20 



463.01 

463.01 

635.56 



635.56 

23,211.97 

263.75 


23,475.72 

4,831.67 

370.38 


5,202.05 

3,705.91 

2,722.35 


6,428.26 

9,387.07 



9,387.07 

1,789.38 

715.44 


2,504.82 

24,899.47 

147.54 

9,118.81 

34,165.82 

1,129.71 

233.93 


1,363.64 

15,843.55 

1,054.53 


16,898.08 

2,806.85 


21,412.63 

24,219.48 

1,755.33 



1,755.33 

1,461.90 



1,461.90 

9,258.44 

1,299.18 


10,557.62 

1,180.56 



1,180.56 

10,095.01 

633.17 


10,728.18 

4,860.42 

41.85 


4,902.27 

3,472.90 

198.22 


3,671.12 

155,138.80 

29,968.28 

215,291.64 

400,398.72 

111,427.98 

12,496.50 

320,417.27 

444,341.75 

111,539.15 

5,392.06 

42,628.96 

159,560.17 

13,639.97 

545.48 


14,185.45 

173.26 

201.66 


374.92 

27,956.43 

7,978.40 


35,934.83 

442,440.75 

66,701.68 

649,325.10 

1,158,467.53 

410,678.07 

9,825.61 

230,733.48 

651,237.16 

235,976.35 

11,280.20 

6,511.79 

253,768.34 

446,906.16 



446,906.16 


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 


255 


STATEMENT No. 160 — Continued 


Location 

Public welfare centre, Gunn 

Public works building No. 1, Edmonton 

Public works reserves, various 
Public works shops, Calgary 

Public works shops, Edmonton 

Public works shops, Grande Prairie 

Public works warehouse, Calgary 

Public works warehouse, Edmonton 
Queen’s printer building, Edmonton 

Radio communications, various 

Rawleigh building, Edmonton 

Rent of halls for district courts, various 

Rental of building for the society for the rehabilitation of 

the handicapped, Edmonton 

Rosecrest home for children, Edmonton 

Rosehaven, Camrose 

School for the physically handicapped children, Edmonton 

Single men’s hostel, Edmonton 

Small buildings, various 

Social hygiene clinic, Calgary 

Social hygiene clinic, Lethbridge 

Terrace building, Edmonton 

Treasury branches, various 

Tree nursery, Oliver 

University hospital, Edmonton 

University of Alberta, Calgary 

University of Alberta, Edmonton 


Furnishings and 

Sites and 


Maintenance 

Equipment 

Construction 

Total 

$ 5,221.44 $ 

$ 

$ 

5,221.44 

63,095.67 

1,280.37 


64,376.04 

2,384.18 



2,384.18 


148.76 

721.69 

870.45 

73,767.82 

13,465.85 

24,372.53 

111,606.20 


285.73 


285.73 

939.93 

1,078.80 


2,018.73 

14,885.91 



14,885.91 

34,562.41 


11,966.45 

46,528.86 

2,953.85 

9,473.19 

7,725.60 

20,152.64 

48,650.50 

1,575.70 


50,226.20 

12,524.00 



12,524.00 

20,624.74 



20,624.74 

7,930.99 

1,785.22 

4,567.07 

14,283.28 

153,997.54 

666.28 

10,613.45 

165,277.27 



1,234.42 

1,234.42 

51,288.57 

9,825.81 

57,974.02 

119,088.40 

268,689.48 

45,532.81 

655.32 

314,877.61 

1,093.48 



1,093.48 

739.00 



739.00 

103,770.29 

118,320.95 

4,141,416.82 

4,363,508.06 

207,371.15 

128,835.30 

129,024.58 

465,231.03 



10,154.41 

10,154.41 



1,321.072.16 

1,321,072.16 


362,629.11 

1,106,597.23 

1,469,226.34 


1,603,144.98 

2,663.864.25 

4,267,009.23 

$8,716,481.54 $3,525,469.42 $22,676,806.63 $34,918,757.59 


SUMMARY 

Income Account: 

Appropriation 2606 

Appropriation 2610 

Appropriation 2612 

Appropriation 2614 

Appropriation 2615 

Capital Account: 

Appropriation 2681 

Appropriation 2682 

Appropriation 2684 


$ 54,668.63 

5,281,958.59 
1,510,067.74 
1,573,583.64 
296,202.94 


$ 3,525,469.42 
22,570,702.47 
106,104.16 


$ 8,716,481.54 


26,202,276.05 

$34,918,757.59 


256 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 161 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
PUBLIC WORKS STOCK ADVANCE 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Accounts receivable ^ 275 849 40 

Materials and supplies on hand, at cost 307 614 34 

Prepaid expenses 3 494 09 

Equipment, at cost less accumulated depreciation 130 821.41 


£ 717,779.24 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable # 63,977.24 

Provincial Treasurer’s advance 576 607.17 

Surplus: 

As at April 1, 1961 $ 72,369.76 

Add: Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 77 194.83 


$ 149,564.59 

Less: Remitted to Provincial Treasurer 72,369.76 

77,194.83 


$ 717,779.24 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 9, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Public Works Stock Advance for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Public Works Stock Advance as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations given to me and 
as shown by the books of the Advance and the accompanying Statement of Operations correctly sets forth the result of 
operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 


257 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
PUBLIC WORKS STOCK ADVANCE 
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Profit on material and shop sales: 

Material and shop sales 

Less: Cost of sales and shop expense 

Profit arising from operation of equipment: 

Rentals 

Profit on sale of equipment 


Less: 

Maintenance $ 40,654.28 

Depreciation 41,268.11 


Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 


STATEMENT No. 162 


$ 1,189,018.69 
1,178,830.61 

$ 10,188.08 

$ 146,337.37 

2,591.77 


$ 148,929.14 


81,922.39 

67,006.75 


$ 77,194.83 


258 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 163 


ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Capital: 

Telephone plant: 

Real estate 

Equipment 

Exchange lines 

Toll lines 

Office furniture and fixtures 

Tools, vehicles and sundry equipment 
Plant under construction 


Material and supplies 

Current: 

Cash on hand, in banks and treasury branches 

Investments, at cost: 

Government of Canada treasury bills 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission debentures 

(market value $220,900.00) 

Accounts receivable, less allowance for doubtful accounts .... 

Interest accrued on investments 

Prepaid expenses 

Deferred Charges: 

Unamortized debenture discount 

Unamortized exchange on United States funds 

Reserve Funds: 

Depreciation and renewal reserve assets, Statement No. 166 . 
Pension and death benefit fund, Statement No. 167 

Trust Funds: 

Government of Canada bonds 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission debentures .... 


$ 23,836,837.71 
93,041,972.85 
30,849,774.58 
21,245,010.98 

1.517.044.05 
2,496,987.66 

9.264.693.06 


$182,252,320.89 

6,603,577.57 


$ 1,210,117.76 

6,664,171.00 

205,480.58 

4,497,867.85 

1,410.29 

408,446.04 


$ 1,161,591.97 
1,164,400.97 


$ 1,505,283.07 
12,664,029.23 


$ 306,821.12 

52,118.09 


$188,855,898.46 

12,987,493.52 

2,325,992.94 

14,169,312.30 

358,939.21 

$218,697,636.43 


LIABILITIES 

Capital: 

Long term debt, Statement No. 169: 

Debentures payable $ 74,200,000.00 

Deduct: Sinking fund assets, cash and investments, Statement No. 170 1,843,272.24 


Advances from Provincial Treasurer 

Current: 

Accounts payable 

Wages payable 

Accrued interest, not due 

Unearned revenue 

Surplus: 

Capital surplus: 

Arising from appropriations from income surplus for investment in 

plant and debt redemption 

Income surplus, Statement No. 164 


$ 72,356,727.76 
57,711,452.78 

$130,068,180.54 


$ 2,284,599.61 
682,311.08 
1,215,804.80 
739,822.25 

4,922,537.74 


$ 33,559,046.41 
185,491.84 


33,744,538.25 


TELEPHONES DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 163 — Continued 


Reserves: 

Depreciation and renewal reserve, Statement No. 166: 

Investment in plant 

Cash and investments 


Pension and death benefit reserve, Statement No. 167 
Sinking fund reserve, Statement No. 170 

Trust: 

Employees’ accounts 

Bond and debenture instalments payable 


# 33,590,856.15 
1,505,283.07 


# 35,096,139.22 
12,664,029.23 
1,843,272.24 


# 191,731.65 

167,207.56 


49,603,440.69 

358,939.21 

#218,697,636.43 


Edmonton, Alberta, July 23, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission for the year ended March 
31, 1962. 

The Alberta Government Telephones Commission was established under authority of Chapter 85, Statutes of Alberta 
1958 to acquire all the assets and assume all the liabilities of the Alberta Government Telephones as at April 1, 1958. 

Operations for the year, after providing #6,424,743.94 for depreciation and renewal reserve, #5,218,596.12 for net 
debt service charges and #135,220.04 being the net operating costs in respect of radio station CKUA resulted in a net 
income of #3,392,444.63 which was carried to the income surplus. Net adjustments applicable to previous years were 
credited to income surplus in the amount of #54,204.00 and #3,043,486.86 was appropriated for debt redemption and 
#560,000.00 for provision of sinking fund, leaving an unappropriated balance in income surplus of #185,491.84 as at 
March 31, 1962. 

The Government of Canada treasury bills, #6,664,171.00 were held in safekeeping by the bank and were verified by 
certificate from the bank. Alberta Government Telephones Commission debentures, par value #215,000.00 were held 
for safekeeping by the Provincial Treasurer and were verified by actual examination. 

Pension and Death Benefit Fund assets are subject to the comments in the certificate attached to the Pension and 
Death Benefit Fund Balance Sheet. 

The Alberta Government Telephones Commission have the following estimated contingent liabilities which are 
not reflected on the Balance Sheet as at March 31, 1962: 

In respect of commitments for purchase of equipment for 


future delivery # 9,108,000.00 

In respect of uncompleted building contracts 188,000.00 


Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission as at March 31, 1962, according to in- 
formation and explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission 
and the accompanying Condensed Statement of Income correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended 
at that date. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


260 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 164 


ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
INCOME SURPLUS AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


Income surplus as at April 1, 1961 $ 342,330.07 

Add: Adjustments applicable to previous years, net 54,204.00 


$ 396,534.07 

Add: Net operating income for the year ended March 31, 1962, Statement No. 165 3,392,444.63 


$3,788,978.70 

Deduct: 

Appropriation for debt redemption $ 3,043,486.86 

Appropriation for provision of sinking fund 560,000.00 

3,603,486.86 

Income surplus as at March 31, 1962 $ 185,491.84 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 165 


ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF INCOME 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Operating revenue: 

Toll earnings 

Exchange earnings 

Directory 

Connecting companies rentals 
Miscellaneous 

Operating expenses: 

Operations 

Maintenance 

Property taxes, estimated 


$20,802,341.37 

12,845,378.80 

613,222.20 

252,528.23 

126,014.03 

$34,639,484.63 

$11,487,153.50 

7,152,586.55 

180,000.00 


$18,819,740.05 

Provision for depreciation and renewal, real estate and equipment 6,176,213.92 

Debt service charges: 

Interest expense $ 5,391,911.17 

Less: Interest capitalized during construction 142,477.73 


$ 5,249,433.44 

Less: Interest earnings 244,785.66 


Interest expense net $ 5,004,647.78 

Amortization of debenture discount 100,949.52 

Amortization of exchange on United States funds 92,519.63 

Miscellaneous, net 20,479.19 


Pension fund contributions 

Provision for doubtful accounts 
Miscellaneous, net 


5,218,596.12 

773,114.90 

242,500.00 

16,875.01 


31,247,040.00 


$ 3,392,444.63 


Net operating income for the year ended March 31, 1962 


TELEPHONES DEPARTMENT 


261 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 166 


ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
DEPRECIATION AND RENEWAL RESERVE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Reserve as at April 1, 1961 

Add: 

Provision during the year: 
Real estate and equipment 
Tools and trucks 


Interest earnings 


Deduct: Charges to reserve: 

Plant displaced, net 

Obsolete, worthless equipment and supplies written off 

Cost of removing plant 

Sundry equipment replaced, net 

Loss on disposition of buildings, etc 

Loss on sale of lines 


Reserve as at March 31, 1962 


$31,263,137.34 


$ 6,176,213.92 
248,530.02 


$ 6,424,743.94 
63,055.00 


$ 1,793,399.31 
467,915.29 
274,788.98 
95,118.25 
2,863.99 
20,711.24 


6,487,798.94 

$37,750,936.28 


2,654,797.06 

$35,096,139.22 


Represented by: 

Cash in bank 

Investments, at par value: 

Government of Canada direct and guaranteed bonds (market value 

$1,299,000.00) 

Province of Alberta guaranteed debentures (market value $30,450.00) 

Accrued interest 

Plant investment 


$ 61,878.19 


1,405,000.00 

30,000.00 

8,404.88 

$ 1 , 505 , 283.07 

33,590,856.15 


$35,096,139.22 


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STATEMENT No. 167 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
PENSION AND DEATH BENEFIT FUND 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 


Cash on hand and in bank $ 299,892.84 

Investments, at par value 12,201,000.00 

Accrued interest 163,136.39 


$12,664,029.23 


LIABILITIES 

Pension and Death Benefit Fund Reserve: 

Employees’ accounts $ 3,463,560.23 

Employer’s account 9,200,469.00 


$12,664,029.23 


Edmonton, Alberta, July 23, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission’s Pension and Death 
Benefit Fund for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

Investments were verified by actual examination and are summarized hereunder: 


Bonds and Debentures Par Value 

Government of Canada, direct and guaranteed $ 2,953,000.00 

Provincial, direct and guaranteed 5,984,000.00 

Municipal 3,116,000.00 

School districts 148,000.00 


$12,201,000.00 


The approximate market value of the above securities amounted to $11,486,370.00 as at March 31, 1962. 

An actuarial survey as at December 31, 1960 indicated that the Fund as presently constituted will be sufficient 
to meet all future requirements. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Pension and Death Benefit Fund as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations given to 
me and as shown by the books of the Fund, and the accompanying Statement of Operations correctly summarizes the 
transactions for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


TELEPHONES DEPARTMENT 


263 


STATEMENT No. 168 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
PENSION AND DEATH BENEFIT FUND 
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 



Employees’ 

Accounts 

Employer’s 

Account 

Total 

Pension and Death Benefit Fund reserve as at April 1, 1961 

$2,951,424.07 

$8,160,580.54 

$11,112,004.61 

Add: 

Contributions 

625,017.63 

995,706.73 

1,620,724.36 

Earnings 

89,730.39 

381,083.28 

470,813.67 

Transfers in respect of employees retiring on pension 

37,737.21 

37,737.21 



$3,628,434.88 

$9,575,107.76 

$13,203,542.64 

Deduct: 

Pension payments 


374,638.76 

374,638.76 

Withdrawals 

164,874.65 

$ 164,874.65 


164,874.65 

$ 539,513.41 


$ 374,638.76 

Pension and Death Benefit Fund reserve as at March 31, 1962 

$3,463,560.23 

$9,200,469.00 

$12,664,029.23 


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STATEMENT No. 169 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
STATEMENT OF LONG TERM DEBT 
AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


(a) 



Final Maturity Date 

Rate of 
Interest 

Call 

Feature 

Currency 

Original 

Advance 

Amount 

Outstanding 

Debentures payable: 

<U JJuly 2, 1963 

3%% 

Non-callable 

Canada 

$ 10,000,000.00 

$ 10,000,000.00 


'July 2, 1978 

4/ 4 % 

Callable 

** 

18,000,000.00 

18,000,000.00 

(c) September 1, 1979 

4%% 

" 

United States 

10,000,000.00 

9,675,000.00 

(C) 

March 1, 1985 

5 3 /s% 

" 

" « 

22,000,000.00 

21,525,000.00 

(d)< 

(August 1, 1966 

4 3 / 4 % 

Non-callable 

Canada 

3,000,000.00 

3,000,000.00 

[August 1, 1981 

514% 

Callable 


12,000,000.00 

12,000,000.00 


Deduct: Sinking fund assets, cash and investments 


$ 74,200,000.00 
1,843,272.24 


$ 72,356,727.76 


(e) Advances from the Provincial Treasurer: 


December 1, 1975 

3 % 

December 1, 1976 

3 % 

December 1, 1977 

3 % 

December 1, 1978 

314% 

December 1, 1979 

3 14 % 

June 1, 1980 

3 % 

December 1, 1980 

3/ 2 % 

December 1, 1981 

3/ 2 % 

December 1, 1982 

4 / 2 % 


Canada 


2,000,000.00 

5.000. 000.00 

7.000. 000.00 

8.000. 000.00 

8,000,000.00 

16,560,141.78 

7.000. 000.00 

10.000. 000.00 

10,000,000.00 


$ 1,298,681.61 
3,430,864.96 
5,053,473.22 
6,146,397.35 
6,407,190.39 
11,874,240.64 
5,826,703.61 
8,627,998.63 
9,045,902.37 


$ 57,711,452.78 


$130,068,180.54 


(a) Debentures payable are unconditionally guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Government of the Province 
of Alberta. 

(b) The Commission to make an annual sinking fund payment of $560,000.00 to the Provincial Treasurer. Sinking 
fund contribution and earnings amounted to $1,843,272.24 at March 31, 1962. 

(c) Retirement by annual sinking fund redemption. Redemptions due in the year ending March 31, 1963 amount 
to $839,000.00. 

(d) The Commission to make an annual sinking fund payment of $300,000.00 to the Provincial Treasurer commenc- 
ing August 1, 1962. 

(e) Advances from the Provincial Treasurer are repayable on a semi-annual basis. Repayments due in the year end- 
ing March 31, 1963 amount to $2,320,367.58. 


TELEPHONES DEPARTMENT 


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•STATEMENT No. 170 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES COMMISSION 
SINKING FUND 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 

ASSETS 

$ 32.73 

1,821,807.81 

21,431.70 


$ 1,843,272.24 


LIABILITIES 

Sinking fund reserve: 

Balance as at April 1, 1961 $ 1,197,314.71 

Add: Contribution and earnings: 

Contribution 560,000.00 

Earnings from investments 85,957.53 

$ 1,843,272.24 


Cash in bank 

Investments, at book value 
Accrued interest 


Edmonton, Alberta, July 23, 1962 


I have audited the books and records of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission Sinking Fund for the year 
ended March 31, 1962. 

Investments were verified by actual examination and are summarized hereunder: 


Bonds and Debentures 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 
Province of Manitoba 


Par Value 
$ 1,615,000.00 
290,000.00 


Book Value 
$ 1,539,189.96 
282,617.85 


$ 1,905,000.00 $ 1,821,807.81 


The approximate market value of the above securities amounted to $1,821,200.00 as at March 31, 1962. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Alberta Government Telephones Commission Sinking Fund as at March 31, 1962 according to information and 
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Fund. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


XXVII.— TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


266 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



20,860.88 2781. Refunds of Previous Year's Collections .. $ 35,000.00 $ |$ $ 35,000.00 $ 20,860.88 $ 14,139.12 

2,923,479.991 2782. Brazeau Storage and Power Development 4,010,000.00 | I 4,010,000.00 2,977,628.46 1 ,032,371.54[ 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


267 



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269 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
INCOME ACCOUNT 


STATEMENT No. 172 


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DD 


I-s I 


I 

sail 


=|j 

i-fi 
i e 
J5u 


jail 

6 

E5|Sg“.g“ 

§J-SsI 

Sslfti 

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2720 

Deduction 

2723 

i Printer 

2724 

Gazette 

If 

S H*S 2 

§8 

f 

«<C/>CQ 

OO 

< 


Actmnobiles, trucks and mobile 
equipment, purchase 
Automobiles, trucks and mobile 


,175.00 

5,23 


Materials and supplies, adminis 
SfisceBan 
Pcssge 


120.51 

55.00 


’ and maintenance of office 


Trarelling expenses of other than 

Travelling expenses of public serv 



TOTAL: Income Account 


10,242.64 $5134,372.5 


309,48 

"27.90 


35,170.9. 

821.8 


42.00 

33.16 

482.09 


513.1 

389.63 


2,241.95 

112,402.25 

13,598.07 

50,340.62 


807,421.13 

13,244.12 

52,656.15 


13,526.61 

[,454,793.38 

2,137.70 


S 18,369.26 
1,652.93 

1,208.78 

124,971.10 

2,241.95 

113,621.72 

13,700.23 

59,935.54 

15,557,883.34 

807,421.13 

15,881.62 

105,100.35 

4.00 

44,230.58 

143,605.40 

1,134.00 

15,825.45 

1,689,412.29 

4,309.53 


$132,985.30 $2,607,180.15 


$ 568.32 $18,754,534.48 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


g.c- 


Refunds of Previous Year’s Collections 

Brazeau Storage and Power Development 

Working Capital Advance, Foothills Provincial 


STATUTORY: 

Purchase of debentures and stocks (Special Investment Ft 

Advances for Working Capital 

Cattle Purchasing Advance 
Rural Electrification Association 

Secretary-Treasurer's of School Districts Bond Premiums . 
Rural Telephones Revolving Fund 


Feeders Associal 


urchase Assurance Fund 


TOTAL: Capital Account $13,155,42 



390,000.00 
!, 400,000.00 
3.000.00 
I ">0,000. Or 


), 860.88| $ 5,942,667.84 $19,695, 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


271 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 173 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


INCOME ACCOUNT 


Actual Estimates 


Alberta Government Telephones Commission, fees £ £ 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation, fees 13,192.00 

Canteen Fund Board, dividend 49,994.70 

Canteen Fund Board, shares 162,410.00 

Citizens’ dividend fund 60.00 

Government of Canada: 

Canada -Alberta tax agreement 58,385,566.00 

Rebate re Excise and Fuel Oil Tax Act 5,771.24 

Share of income tax, public utilities corporations ... 1,754,525.00 

Subsidies: 

Amount payable pursuant to agreement for 

transfer of natural resources 750,000.00 

Debt allowance 405,375.00 

Government and legislation 220,000.00 

Population 1,440,555.20 

Government Liquor Control Act of Alberta, profits ... 21,223,691.00 

Interest on: 

Advances to Alberta Government Telephones 

Commission 2,059,403.04 

Advances to cities 13,556.05 

Advances to drainage and irrigation districts 657.42 

Advances to school libraries 29,066.10 

Advances to University of Alberta Hospital 443,671.97 

Advances under Municipal Capital Expenditure 

Loans Act 3,555,004.86 

Advances under New Towns Act 2,275.00 

Advances under Rural Electrification Revolving 

Fund Act 782,640.46 

Advances under Rural Telephones Revolving 

Fund Act 23,175.53 

Advances under Self-Liquidating Projects Act 247,459.09 

Bank balances 470,490.53 

General trust investments 200,613.05 

Special Investment Fund investments (including 

profits) 7,688,806.08 

Students’ loans 9,504.53 

Various loans and advances 2,394.94 

Life Insurance Company of Alberta, dividend 2,441.48 

Miscellaneous 50.00 

Outstanding cheques 8,251.34 

Premium on United States funds 84.38 

Previous years’ refunds 606,825.71 

Profits on working funds 136,520.86 

Queen’s Printer’s office: 

Advertising in and sale of gazette 25,012.87 

Sale of Cameron Report on Education 255.00 

Sale of oil sands report 32.50 

School Borrowings Assistance Act 107,114.60 

School lands fund: 

Interest on school lands investments 1,021,645.00 

Treasury branches, earnings and profits 3,549,539.00 


6,500.00 

11,700.00 


57,563,000.00 

1,200,000.00 


750.000. 00 

405.000. 00 

220.000. 00 
1,020,000.00 

21,000,000.00 


2,059,400.00 

13,500.00 


25,000.00 

410,800.00 

3,547,000.00 


680,000.00 

12 , 000.00 

244,700.00 

400,000.00 


7,500,000.00 

8,800.00 

500.00 

5,000.00 

100,000.00 

150,000.00 

23,000.00 


108,800.00 

584,500.00 

3,400,000.00 


In Excess of 

Less than 

Estimates 

Estimates 

? 

f 6,500.00 

1,492.00 


49,994.70 


162,410.00 


60.00 


822,566.00 


5,771.24 


554,525.00 



375.00 

420,555.20 

223,691.00 


3.04 

56.05 

657.42 


4,066.10 

32,871.97 


8,004.86 

2,275.00 


102,640.46 


11.175.53 
2,759.09 

70.490.53 
200,613.05 


188,806.08 


9,504.53 

6,405.06 

2,441.48 

450.00 

3,251.34 


84.38 


506,825.71 

13,479.14 

2,012.87 


255.00 


32.50 

1,685.40 

437.145.00 

149.539.00 



TOTAL: Income Account £105,397,631.53 £101,449,200.00 £ 3,948,431.53 

(Net) 


(Continued on Page 272) 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 173 — Continued 


CAPITAL ACCOUNT 


Queen’s Printer’s office: 

Sale of "Birds of Alberta” book 

Repayment of advances: 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission 

Canadian Co-operative Implements Ltd 

Co-operative credit societies 

Drainage districts: 

Bearhills Lake 

Cameron 

Hay Lakes 

Manawan 

Feeders associations 

Marketing Services Ltd 

Municipal loans revolving fund 

New Towns Act: 

Lodgepole 

Rural electrification 

Self -Liquidating Projects Act 

Town of Athabasca 

University of Alberta Hospital 

University of Alberta students’ union building 

Treasury bills: 

City of Calgary 

City of Edmonton 

City of Lethbridge 

Statutory: 

Repayment of advances: 

Cattle-purchasing advance 

Highways stock advance 

Public Works stock advance 

Queen’s Printer’s advance 

School book branch advance 

Secretary-treasurer of school districts, bond 

premiums 

Sale of debentures and stocks (Special Investment 
Fund) 

TOTAL: Capital Account 




In Excess of 

Less than 

Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

$ 3,240.00 $ 

$ 

3,240.00 $ 

! 

2,243,486.86 

2,243,500.00 


13.14 

5,372.13 

5,000.00 

372.13 


1,244.59 

2,000.00 


755.41 

404.97 

400.00 

4.97 


433.81 

400.00 

33.81 


554.71 

500.00 

54.71 


2,803.62 

200.00 

2,603.62 


7,450.01 


7,450.01 


100,000.00 


100,000.00 


8,555,000.00 

6,000,000.00 

2,555,000.00 


3,000.00 

3,000.00 



200.00 


200.00 


1,068,870.79 

1,065,600.00 

3,270.79 


727.10 

500.00 

227.10 


506,585.04 

472,400.00 

34,185.04 


148,924.53 

35,000.00 

113,924.53 


26,374.94 

26,300.00 

74.94 


24,226.34 

24,300.00 


73.66 

833.33 

800.00 

33.33 


1,225.10 

1,225.10 



6,957,638.75 

6,957,638.75 



1,099,947.52 

1,099,947.52 



1,225,362.19 

1,225,362.19 



2,236,341.39 

2,236,341.39 



2,162.51 

2,162.51 



7,318,152.34 

7,318,152.34 



$ 31,540,562.57 $ 

28,720,729.80 $ 

2,819,832.77 




(Net) 



Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 174 


ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


ASSETS 

Cash on hand $ 61,621.33 

Cash in banks and treasury branches 555,987.58 


Inventories: 

Stocks of liquor and beer in bond, at cost $ 574,518.01 

Stock of liquor and beer in warehouses and stores, at warehouse cost 5,007,633.78 

Liquor and beer in transit 848,544.79 

Containers on hand 3,353.20 


Accounts receivable 

Automobiles, furniture and fixtures, at cost less accumulated depreciation 

Buildings and land, at cost less accumulated depreciation 

Prepaid expenses 


617,608.91 


6,434,049.78 

42,140.97 

72,176.02 

3,787,106.16 

109,050.88 


$11,062,132.72 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable $ 4,257,710.2 6 

Unearned license and permit revenue 212,225.50 

Appropriation of profits of capital account and reserve fund as provided by 

Section 25 of The Liquor Control Act 6,550,000.00 

Provincial Treasurer: 

Net income for the year ended March 31, 1962 ; $22,082,040.59 

Deduct: 

Income over-remitted March 31, 1961 $ 66,152.63 

Remittances during the year ended March 31, 1962 21,223,691.00 

Transferred under Section 25 of The Liquor Control Act 750,000.00 

22,039,843.63 

42,196.96 


$11,062,132.72 


Contingent liability: 

The Board has a contingent liability with respect to non-contributory pensions which may be awarded upon employees 
reaching retirement age. 

Edmonton, Alberta, July 25, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Alberta Liquor Control Board for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

Physical inventories of liquor, beer and containers were taken at March 31, 1962 by officials of the Board. Quan- 
tities were certified by respective warehouse and store managers. Cost of transferring stocks from warehouses to stores 
was not included in the inventory valuation. Inventories included goods on consignment amounting to $569,123.12, 
the corresponding liability being included with accounts payable on the Balance Sheet. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the Alberta Liquor Control Board as at March 31, 1962, according to information and 
explanations given to me and as shown by the books of the Board and the accompanying Statement of Profit and 
Loss correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 


C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 175 


ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Gross sales 

Less: Cost of goods sold 


Liquor 

$40,922,311.61 

21,856,446.51 


Beer Total 

$34,877,127.80 $75,799,439.41 

28,272,144.39 50,128,590.90 


Gross profit on sales 


$19,065,865.10 


$ 6,604,983.41 $25,670,848.51 


Less: Operating expenses 4,484,654.93 


Net profit on sales $21,186,193.58 

Add: Special income: 

License fees $ 943,705.23 

Less: License expense 173,123.82 

$ 770,581.41 

Permit revenue $ 21,577.25 

Less: Permit expense 6,315.15 

15,262.10 

Sundry revenue, net 119,437.68 

905,281.19 


Net operating profit 

Less: Non-operating expense: 

Capitalized value of non-contributory pension awarded 

Retirement allowances 

Local option plebiscites 


$22,091,474.77 


$ 8,215.82 

900.00 
318.36 

9,434.18 


$22,082,040.59 


Net income for the year ended March 31, 1962 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 176 


ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF COST OF GOODS SOLD 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Inventory, April 1, 1961: 

Liquor 

Beer 


Add: 

Purchases, liquor 

Purchases, jugs and bottles 

Duty and sales tax 

Inward freight 

Comprehensive insurance 


$ 7,606,261.00 
29,217.82 
13,233,332.94 
1,046,286.82 
11,885.06 


Purchases, beer $28,185,214.13 

Duty and sales tax on beer imported 21,423.26 

Inward freight on beer imported 19,686.77 

Comprehensive insurance 14,560.16 


$ 4,930,986.34 
627,929.60 

$ 5,558,915.94 


$21,926,983.64 


28,240,884.32 

50,167,867.96 


$55,726,783.90 

Less: 

Claims $ 14,474.11 

Breakages 1,567.10 

16,041.21 


Less: Inventory, March 31, 1962: 

Liquor 

Beer 


$55,710,742.69 


$ 4,985,482.26 
596,669.53 

5,582,151.79 


$50,128,590.90 


Cost of goods sold for the year ended March 31, 1962 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 177 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS BY STORES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Cost of Operating Net Profit 


Acme 

Sales 

$ 59,677.15 

Goods Sold 

$ 35,836.43 

Gross Profit 

$ 23,840.72 

Expenses 
$ 8,599.56 

on Sales 

$ 15,241.16 

Alix 

45,549.90 

27,488.59 

18,061.31 

8,447.27 

9,614.04 

Athabasca 

188,656.10 

115,427.43 

73,228.67 

16,684.50 

56,544.17 

Banff 

749,884.19 

441,800.58 

308,083.61 

46,093.69 

261,989.92 

Barrhead 

267,766.12 

160,343.62 

107,422.50 

24,117.70 

83,304.80 

Bashaw 

61,129.65 

37,004.74 

24,124.91 

8,561.86 

15,563.05 

Bassano 

106,527.00 

62,664.64 

43,862.36 

20,556.51 

23,305.85 

Beaverlodge 

102,628.70 

60,969.10 

41,659.60 

15,236.86 

26,422.74 

Beverly 

845,050.30 

534,380.21 

310,670.09 

58,292.81 

252,377.28 

Blairmore 

519,051.96 

366,860.00 

152,191.96 

34,385.96 

117,806.00 

Bonnyville 

201,050.75 

118,699.62 

82,351.13 

18,888.85 

63,462.28 

Bow Island 

38,634.95 

22,829.25 

15,805.70 

9,599.26 

6,206.44 

Bowness 

363,446.85 

237,961.43 

125,485.42 

33,664.74 

91,820.68 

Boyle 

105,673.40 

64,178.52 

41,494.88 

13,495.03 

27,999.85 

Brooks 

287,178.53 

174,426.98 

112,751.55 

20,657.79 

92,093.76 

Breton 

24,744.95 

14,445.58 

10,299.37 

6,525.68 

3,773.69 

Calgary West 

2,817,662.54 

1,638,927.40 

1,178,735.14 

156,403.50 

1,022,331.64 

Calgary East 

1,592,779.95 

973,817.78 

618,962.17 

113,810.37 

505,151.80 

Calgary South 

2,791,156.59 

1,695,929.38 

1,349,745.40 

1,095,227.21 

154,952.32 

940,274.89 

Calgary Chinook 

2,249,025.25 

899,279.85 

125,047.80 

774,232.05 

Calgary Glamorgan 

1,464,876.10 

908,262.75 

556,613.35 

98,071.13 

458,542.22 

Calgary Houndsfield 

1,688,010.60 

1,039,085.27 

648,925.33 

118,611.46 

530,313.87 

Calgary North Hill 

2,180,338.60 

1,362,667.49 

817,671.11 

133,070.62 

684,600.49 

Calgary Mail Order 

606,600.83 

326,131.46 

280,469.37 

14,559.94 

265,909.43 

Calgary Beer 

5,704,844.22 

4,624,468.52 

1,080,375.70 

112,085.28 

968,290.42 

Camrose 

1,045,529.24 

756,179.87 

289,349.37 

65,008.29 

224,341.08 

Claresholm 

150,739.05 

88,238.51 

62,500.54 

15,616.33 

46,884.21 

Cold Lake 

292,547.65 

172,368.07 

120,179.58 

20,198.30 

99,981.28 

Coleman 

71,254.50 

44,869.90 

26,384.60 

20,017.33 

6,367.27 

Coronation 

120,081.80 

71,381.30 

48,700.50 

13,786.39 

34,914.11 

Derwent 

93,559.25 

56,266.82 

37,292.43 

11,219.84 

26,072.59 

Drayton Valley 

285,523.85 

171,185.62 

114,338.23 

22,602.10 

91,736.13 

Drumheller 

1,017,763.55 

744,319.05 

273,444.50 

74,496.60 

198,947.90 

Edmonton Bonnie Doon 

2,171,079.00 

1,349,737.65 

821,341.35 

133,825.49 

687,515.86 

Edmonton North 

2,010,536.68 

1,147,185.92 

863,350.76 

139,777.37 

723,573.39 

Edmonton South 

1,744,744.60 

1,045,625.14 

699,119.46 

126,836.65 

572,282.81 

Edmonton West 

1,932,926.08 

1,140,463.05 

792,463.03 

125,134.37 

667,328.66 

Edmonton East 

2,181,368.40 

1,368,936.98 

812,431.42 

172,066.22 

640,365.20 

Edmonton Shoppers Park 

2,554,375.63 

1,547,432.30 

1,006,943.33 

150,673.58 

856,269.75 

Edmonton 98th Street 

2,518,008.45 

1,494,417.66 

1,023,590.79 

144,688.81 

878,901.98 

Edmonton Mail Order 

751,447.80 

404,536.92 

346,910.88 

20,810.67 

326,100.21 

Edmonton Beer 

9,788,531.71 

7, 934,792.78 

1,853,738.93 

186,936.74 

1,666,802.19 

Edson 

337,313.72 

198,974.67 

138,339.05 

26,840.41 

16,721.73 

111,498.64 

Elk Point 

108,366.68 

65,497.32 

42,869.36 

26,147.63 

Empress 

51,027.80 

31,248.78 

78,658.89 

19,779.02 

11,319.37 

8,459.65 

Evansburg 

132,252.10 

53,593.21 

15,819.57 

37,773.64 

Fairview 

154,919.05 

90,605.21 

64,313.84 

16,719.63 

47,594.21 

Foremost 

20,834.10 

12,242.76 

8,591.34 

8,272.84 

318.50 

Forest Lawn 

471,487.55 

303,221.24 

168,266.31 

97,624.56 

34,771.31 

133,495.00 

74,336.22 

Fort Macleod 

279,005.77 

181,381.21 

23,288.34 

Fort Saskatchewan 

201,851.95 

124,863.41 

76,988.54 

17,185.07 

59,803.47 

Forestburg 

27,426.05 

16,217.02 

11,209.03 

9,806.33 

1,402.70 

Grande Prairie 

1,035,646.50 

713,462.69 

322,183.81 

75,497.72 

246,686.09 

Hanna 

210,264.15 

126,496.48 

83,767.67 

19,084.79 

64,682.88 

Hardisty 

72,063.50 

43,028.19 

29,035.31 

9,499.03 

19,536.28 

High River 

260,613.95 

210,730.25 

153,858.00 

106,755.95 

19,929.57 

86,826.38 

Hinton 

128,110.72 

82,619.53 

18,362.52 

64,257.01 

Holden 

158,352.10 

152,655.55 

97,706.33 

60,645.77 

17,390.39 

43,255.38 

Innisfail 

91,436.98 

61,218.57 

14,641.29 

46,577.28 

Jasper 

356,960.10 

209,576.73 

147,383.37 

27,643.99 

119,739.38 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


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STATEMENT No. 177— Continued 



Sales 

Cost of 
Goods Sold 

Gross Profit 

Operating 

Expenses 

Net Profit 
on Sales 

Jasper Place 

$ 1,454,552.61 

$ 896,224.80 

$ 558,327.81 

$ 99,057.85 

$ 459,269.96 

Killam 

131,680.20 

78,352.16 

53,328.04 

15,569.12 

37,758.92 

Lac La Biche 

158,090.45 

94,041.80 

64,048.65 

18,056.27 

45,992.38 

Lacombe 

543,461.58 

394,443.76 

149,017.82 

31,542.44 

117,475.38 

Leduc 

252,020.85 

152,815.16 

99,205.69 

17,236.47 

81,969.22 

Lethbridge North 

467,455.95 

279,982.48 

187,473.47 

37,955.97 

149,517.50 

Lethbridge South 

1,545,441.38 

940,603.24 

604,838.14 

110,311.64 

494,526.50 

Lethbridge Beer 

1,484,444.71 

1,203,322.57 

281,122.14 

31,864.11 

249,258.03 

Lloydminster 

296,543.05 

180,124.62 

116,418.43 

26,615.56 

89,802.87 

Manning 

164,804.65 

99,267.07 

65,537.58 

18,829.27 

46,708.31 

Mayerthorpe 

185,021.00 

109,301.15 

75,719.85 

17,027.06 

58,692.79 

Medicine Hat 

1,744,121.84 

1,174,296.41 

569,825.43 

107,992.76 

461,832.67 

Milk River 

82,836.50 

50,088.98 

32,747.52 

9,526.77 

23,220.75 

Mundare 

183,591.75 

109,878.11 

73,713.64 

15,859.95 

57,853.69 

McLennan 

633,284.04 

460,628.33 

172,655.71 

38,546.66 

134,109.05 

Olds 

266,147.75 

156,072.75 

110,075.00 

19,088.28 

90,986.72 

Oyen 

92,691.53 

55,650.95 

37,040.58 

12,859.87 

24,180.71 

Peace River 

734,208.05 

524,854.50 

209,353.55 

48,718.79 

160,634.76 

Pincher Creek 

259,383.75 

155,093.49 

104,290.26 

29,050.81 

75,239.45 

Ponoka 

205,718.75 

125,407.80 

80,310.95 

22,201.45 

58,109.50 

Provost 

139,039.25 

82,065.84 

56,973.41 

14,007.97 

42,965.^4 

Red Deer 

1,964,198.61 

1,334,817.92 

629,380.69 

123,481.04 

505,899 65 

Redwater 

179,064.85 

108,961.07 

70,103.78 

14,528.22 

55,575.56 

Rimbey 

112,309.45 

67,907.04 

44,402.41 

14,142.36 

30,260.05 

Rocky Mountain House 

213,536.00 

129,529.90 

84,006.10 

20,816.74 

63,189.36 

Smoky Lake 

201,568.20 

122,197.51 

79,370.69 

15,928.04 

63,442.65 

Spirit River 

171,316.80 

101,901.60 

69,415.20 

16,961.47 

52,453.73 

Stettler 

295,985.71 

173,826.24 

122,159.47 

19,549.75 

102,609.72 

Stony Plain 

218,155.25 

131,896.77 

86,258.48 

17,612.13 

68,646.35 

St. Paul 

323,100.00 

194,068.94 

129,031.06 

22,089.12 

106,941.94 

Sylvan LakeH| 

80,403.45 

47,832.57 

32,570.88 

13,945.71 

18,625.17 

75,064.02 

Taber 

257,374.70 

160,598.80 

96,775.90 

21,711.88 

Thorsby 

141,917.40 

85,711.40 

56,206.00 

15,025.06 

41,180.94 

Trochu 

136,957.50 

83,102.63 

53,854.87 

14,900.11 

38,954.76 

Turner Valley 

107,280.95 

65,341.39 

41,939.56 

11,668.87 

30,270.69 

Two Hills 

178,175.60 

106,018.94 

72,156.66 

15,797.41 

56,359.25 

Vegreville 

370,747.79 

216,587.56 

154,160.23 

22,050.66 

132,109.57 

Vermilion 

232,848.70 

138,736.97 

94,111.73 

21,061.42 

73,050.31 

Vilna 

102,920.90 

62,143.79 

40,777.11 

11,056.93 

29,720.18 

Vulcan 

147,452.68 

85,698.64 

61,754.04 

16,073.53 

45,680.51 

Wainwright 

283,816.45 

169,612.01 

114,204.44 

26,356.17 

87,848.27 

Waterton Park 

52,696.75 

31,940.82 

20,755.93 

8,327.59 

12,428.34 

Waterways 

95,369.95 

60,280.69 

35,089.26 

12,314.70 

22,774.56 

Westlock 

272,277.94 

164,911.26 

107,366.68 

19,765.66 

87,601.02 

Wetaskiwin 

413,128.90 

250,464.47 

162,664.43 

33,400.20 

129,264.23 

Willingdon 

188,561.95 

113,109.66 

75,452.29 

17,261.62 

58,190.67 


$75,799,439.41 

$50,128,590.90 

$25,670,848.51 

$ 4,484,654.93 

$21,186,193.58 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENSES BY STORES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


278 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Total 

$ 8,599.56 

8,447.27 

16.684.50 

46.093.69 

24.117.70 

8,561.86 

20.556.51 

15,236.86 

58,292.81 

34,385.96 

18,888.85 

9,599.26 

33,664.74 

13,495.03 

20,65 7.79 

6,525.68 

156,403.50 

113.810.37 

154,952.32 

125.047.80 

98,071.13 

118,611.46 

133,070.62 

14,559.94 

112,085.28 

65.008.29 

15.616.33 

20.198.30 

20.017.33 

13,786.39 

11,219.84 

22,602.10 

74,496.60 

133,825.49 

139.777.37 

126,836.65 

125.134.37 

172,066.22 

150,673.58 

144.688.81 

20,810.67 

186,936.74 

26,840.41 

16,721.73 

11,319.37 

15,819.57 

16,719.63 

Proportion 
of Warehouse 
Administration 
and General 

$ 841. '95 

642.63 

2.661.63 

10,579.63 

3,777.74 

862.44 

1.502.92 

1.447.92 

11,922.26 

7.322.97 

2,836.49 

545.07 

5.127.63 

1.490.87 

4,051.62 

349.11 

39,752.57 

22.471.50 

39,378.62 

31.730.04 

20,666.99 

23.815.05 

30,760.98 

8,558.14 

80.485.94 

14.750.69 

2,126.68 

4,127.36 

1,005.28 

1,694.16 

1.319.97 

4,028.27 

14,358.97 

30.630.35 

28.365.36 

24,615.47 

27,270.40 

30.775.51 

36,038.03 

35.524.95 

10.601.69 

138,100.04 

4,758.94 

1.528.88 

719.92 

1,865.86 

2,185.65 

Stationery 
and Supplies 

$ 138.21 

85.29 
376.52 

1.468.44 

553.37 
114.47 
208.28 

192.97 
1,624.63 

993.41 

401.15 

105.79 

697.58 

201.21 

547.87 

56.44 

5.569.12 

3.209.61 

5.557.38 

4,312.84 

2.997.44 

3,332.26 

4,275.25 

1,135.89 

10,682.60 

1,999.47 

311.98 

588.37 

160.61 

241.97 

198.24 

580.91 

1,963.69 

4.122.62 

4.035.39 

3,308.22 

3,660.09 

4,149.73 

5,126.81 

4,918.76 

1.407.12 

18,340.69 

659.50 

221.12 

148.33 

250.98 

325.44 

Exchange 
and Transfer 
Charges 

1 

$ 5.00 

62.42 
235.18 

269.02 

60.86 

104.41 

123.47 

.40 

806.17 

202.72 
40.41 
12.00 

161.04 

287.22 

26.18 

7.40 

2.10 

2,327.98 

1,448.66 

290.79 

91.61 

120.12 

132.34 

299.91 

1,439.20 

7.10 

15.80 

13.80 

5,103.31 

339.58 

155.33 

50.12 

164.72 

154.34 

Sundries 

$ 312.65 

495.67 
26.29 
3,178.85 
65.72 
189.92 
25.75 
235.05 
1,223.77 
105.80 
241.36 
282.29 

1.036.67 

201.44 
58.09 

237.91 

2,669.23 

1.662.52 

1.849.10 
2,435.97 

1.475.53 
2,648.33 

2.188.11 

1.476.82 

225.79 

223.21 

209.44 

276.63 

312.86 

228.79 

657.43 

76.22 

1.350.67 

4,244.18 

4,035.59 

3,974.29 

3.456.82 

4,235.04 

1,365.81 

1,473.96 

102.69 

28.65 

819.71 

. 24.65 

74.32 

Telegraph, 
Telephone 
and Postage 

$ 110.85 

87.25 
120.40 

262.45 

144.70 

123.93 

110.70 

213.59 

126.75 

161.85 

133.50 
72.47 

240.00 

108.50 

157.45 
40.05 

176.80 

111.60 
96.08 

121.55 

103.70 
116.35 

94.25 
30.80 

761.75 

380.85 

139.55 
149.68 

163.80 
101.78 

89.59 

151.85 

381.94 

123.00 

120.00 

116.70 

123.00 

123.00 

125.00 

124.00 

1,410.35 

862.60 

168.55 

102.03 

158.60 

104.53 

113.87 

Furniture and 
Fixtures 
Maintenance, 
Including 
Depreciation 

? 112.30 

40.71 
29.96 

172.54 
3,086.60 

138.93 
25.11 

386.12 

3.667.91 
88.60 

2.228.25 
3,107.27 
1,791.12 

52.38 

125.32 

2,772.50 

127.42 

1.926.92 
381.91 

2,213.89 

3,586.09 

6,189.04 

5,574.35 

49.46 

335.94 
130.44 

54.17 

52.38 

50.84 

3,297.15 

139.43 
2,171.85 

529.55 
169.81 

2,143.56 

189.46 

3,786.95 

555.26 

1.75 

66.31 

2.907.25 

1,815.38 

2,271.34 

1,814.76 

212.09 

Insurance 

$ 52.26 

50.57 
98.81 

261.45 
120.48 

53.83 

84.16 

79.65 

364.74 

211.78 

101.11 

58.55 

200.66 

82.25 

125.51 

43.18 

1,094.69 

823.66 

1,156.40 

936.02 

664.04 

785.04 
941.89 
142.42 

1,174.73 

420.34 

94.10 

114.68 

53.92 

80.05 

73.06 

126.46 
497.70 
920.14 
951.38 
872.37 

853.20 
1,082.91 
1,056.13 
1,030.06 

171.20 
1,993.19 

151.26 

81.09 

44.21 

90.77 

92.38 

Freight, 
Cartage and 
Express 

$ 319.40 

223.22 
1,455.98 
4,832.81 

2.272.62 

477.51 
666.79 

1,803.87 

448.99 

2.031.84 
2,489.35 

593.45 
165.76 
937.75 

2.114.50 
129.78 

1,807.48 

957.42 

1,491.19 

1.236.92 

747.46 
896.11 

1.062.97 
552.69 

1,898.60 

728.51 
3,565.03 
1,215.79 
1,200.01 

911.96 

789.00 

2.585.84 

1.115.92 

1.003.50 

1.188.93 
1,168.06 
1,453.46 

1.867.63 
2,765.66 

2,946.00 

1.267.97 
608.15 
938.59 

2,782.40 

Property 

Expense, 

Including 

Rent 

$ 1,524.90 

2.351.05 

2.289.49 
2,047.10 
5,040.85 
1,171.37 

7.997.05 

3.439.63 

3.768.77 

2.476.77 
1,200.00 

1.258.49 
3,978.57 

2.209.82 

2.308.93 
839.20 

10,630.85 

4.115.93 
8,552.89 
5,965.30 

4.864.82 

8.149.64 

3.904.71 

2,274.16 

7,643.45 

2,575.33 

2,270.79 

13,117.89 

1.467.52 
2,283.47 

2.299.83 
4,989.23 
6,032.91 

5.025.52 
3,489.03 
3,371.25 

33,956.24 

7,359.63 

3.499.66 
492.90 

3,059.87 

2,152.51 

2,903.20 

2.263.72 

2.558.67 
1,793.18 

Salaries 

$ 5,182.04 

4.408.46 
9,390.24 

23,290.42 

8.786.60 

5.368.60 
9,831.34 
7,314.59 

35,144.59 

20.186.77 
9,054.92 

3.535.47 

20.414.75 
8,049.77 

10,881.28 

2,031.33 

94,575.34 

78,531.21 

96.488.75 
76,095.27 
62,957.66 
72,677.54 
84,268.11 

4.140.00 

12.851.84 
35,904.50 

9.286.53 
8,827.99 
3,931.80 

8.515.54 
5,931.58 

10,371.29 

48,064.38 

87,358.03 

96,498.89 

89,225.96 

82.533.85 
97,164.49 
91,492.53 
95,788.88 

3.960.00 

17.936.77 
12,654.13 

8,618.08 

4,235.27 

8,006.04 

8,985.96 

I 

Acme 

Alix 

Athabasca 

Banff 

Barrhead 

Bashaw 

Bassano 

Beaverlodge 

Beverly 

Blairmore 

Bonnyville 

Bow Island 

Bowness 

Boyle 

Brooks 

Breton 

Calgary West 

Calgary East 

Calgary South 

Calgary Chinook 

Calgary Glamorgan 

Calgary Houndsfield 

Calgary North Hill 

Calgary Mail Order 

Calgary Beer 

Camrose 

Claresholm 

Cold Lake 

Coleman 

Coronation 

Derwent 

Drayton Valley 

Drumheller 

Edmonton Bonnie Doon .... 

Edmonton North 

Edmonton South 

Edmonton West 

Edmonton East 

Edmonton Shoppers Park .. 

Edmonton 98th Street 

Edmonton Mail Order 

Edmonton Beer 

Edson 

Elk Point 

Empress 

Evansburg 

Fairview 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


279 


8,272.84 

34,771.31 

23,288.34 

17,185.07 

9,806.33 

75,497.72 

19.084.79 
9,499.03 

19,929.57 

18.362.52 
17,390.39 
14,641.29 
27,643.99 
99,057.85 

15.569.12 

18.056.27 

31.542.44 

17,236.47 

37.955.97 

110,311.64 

31.864.11 

26,615.56 

18.829.27 

17.027.06 

107,992.76 

9,526.77 

15,859.95 

38.546.66 

19.088.28 

12.859.87 

48.718.79 

29,050.81 

22.201.45 

14.007.97 

123,481.04 

14,528.22 

14,142.36 

20.816.74 

15.928.04 

16.961.4 7 

19.549.75 

17.612.13 

22.089.12 

13,945.71 

21.711.88 

15.025.06 

14,900.11 

11,668.87 

15.797.41 

22.050.66 

21.061.42 

11,056.93 

16.073.53 

26,356.17 

8,327.59 

12,314.70 

19.765.66 

33,400.20 

17,261.62 

Os 

tJ- 

vo 

Tt* 

00 

Th 

293.93 

6.651.91 

3.936.31 
2,847.80 

386.94 
14,611.26 

2.966.48 
1,016.70 
3,676.83 
2,973.06 
2,234.09 

2.153.72 

5.036.12 
20,521.34 

1.857.79 
2,230.40 
7,667.35 

3.555.60 

6.595.03 
21,803.63 
20,943.07 

4.183.73 

2.325.12 

2.610.34 

24,60 6.68 

1,168.69 

2.590.18 

8,934.59 

3.754.92 

1,307.72 

10,358.46 

3.659.48 

2.902.35 

1.961.61 

27,711.60 

2.526.32 

1.584.50 

3.012.64 

2.843.79 

2,416.99 

4,175.87 

3,077.82 

4,558.42 

1.134.36 

3.631.13 

2,002.22 

1,932.24 

1,513.55 

2,513.76 

5.230.64 

3,285.12 

1.452.04 

2,080.31 

4.004.18 

743.46 

1.345.51 

3,841.39 

5.828.5 7 

2,660.30 

#1,069,405.10 

53.C4I 

1,020.10 

531.97 

418.271 

53.52 

2,089.96 

402.39 
137.86 
498.60 

426.58 
312.55 
294.52 
688.05 

2,822.34 

253.04 

312.35 
1,038.18 

537.81 
1,028.48 
3,179.95 
2,779.70 

577.88 
340.34 

350.54 
3,322.44 

193.36 
369.45 

1,278.38 

501.50 

214.39 

1,444.16 

500.78 

388.55 

275.88 

3,770.31 

361.28 

238.99 

424.25 

406.76 

373.59 

567.24 

434.62 

659.60 

165.27 

502.24 

292.67 

310.10 

226.95 

373.88 

711.43 

452.94 

193.82 

286.43 

587.54 

103.57 

227.01 

540.96 

827.09 

428.03 

# 147,661.54 

25.92 

12.00 

353.74 

266.79 

1,297.32 

209.80 

94.72 

324.41 
264.03 

193.26 
166.13 

372.26 

131.71 

159.82 

879.82 

1,548.92 

2.345.69 
297.99 
221.63 
185.62 

1,761.44 

101.57 
196.56 

1.248.70 
265.24 

116.07 
1,062.58 

259.78 

204.07 

139.20 
2,321.01 

231.11 

1.00 

211.87 

268.30 

214.20 

295.91 

221.42 

328.52 

79.73 

322.90 

.25 

107.53 

181.58 

382.49 

231.42 

134.70 

147.33 

283.54 

58.06 

126.45 

417.22 

249.05 

Os 

© 

00 

VO 

388.11 
1,167.30 

79.81 

200.75 

289.62 
404.78 

36.31 

227.62 
453.89 

131.85 

323.12 

24.56 

959.07 
1,396.62 

505.85 

225.36 
49.83 
27.36 
54.34 

1,642.96 



80.48 

329.27 

29.52 

845.37 
149.55 

200.12 
1,194.66 

61.79 

221.09 
60.93 
82.11 

185.43 

238.80 
728.66 
145.47 

211.09 

280.63 
227.01 

44.68 

327.69 

890.42 

37.22 

549.81 
655.03 

217.93 

489.49 

271.15 

271.19 

31.14 

162.10 

267.07 

44.21 

88.57 

891.36 

635.65 

146.59 

659.73 

39.78 

# 72,301.491 

43.62 

239.65 
136.58 

152.69 
36.57 

323.27 

108.53 

113.05 

160.30 

173.45 

113.30 
128.88 
202.00 

78.75 

124.66 

120.95 

176.95 

142.90 

103.45 
145.65 

23.30 

146.25 

152.70 
118.00 

165.55 

109.20 

107.75 

306.70 

128.50 

110.55 
218.78 

145.15 

148.64 

140.44 

461.45 

119.70 
126.18 

161.20 

120.75 

123.55 
148.60 
143.00 

134.27 
80.60 

185.70 

102.09 

127.95 

122.30 

115.10 

174.65 

147.53 

112.65 

119.55 

189.05 

49.52 

123.90 

161.15 

223.15 

110.50 

# 17,692.39 

4,549.72 

162.27 

105.97 

2.004.00 
6,287.95 
6,134.03 

53.48 

95.31 

123.40 
50.84 
48.86 

130.75 

109.69 

5,818.69 

593.41 
87.14 

268.01 

33.74 
408.57 
137.79 

2,361.27 

35.74 
50.22 

527.23 

25.11 
1,815.38 
1,897.86 

64.17 

26.21 

530.61 

579.40 

3.541.82 

265.84 
2,295.33 

103.77 

50.22 

3.462.16 
86.47 
48.86 
95.30 

298.85 
241.52 

3.590.16 

122.41 
1,885.14 

61.12 

2.550.82 
33,12 

116.20 

2,711.06 

98.20 

43.72 
4,301.97 
3,255.91 

61.90 

34.73 

3.005.01 
1,814.76 

# 129,863.56 

46.33 

250.-22 

147.64 

105.46 

48.24 

352.04 

105.62 

52.19 

162.63 
102.11 

86.18 

88.43 
148.03 
773.94 

88.85 

87.21 
213.28 
121.71 
235.88 
674.27 

312.18 

132.18 

87.68 

91.44 
725.67 

54.48 

97.06 

244.82 

118.19 

71.19 
285.78 
142.93 
117.60 

85.93 

782.84 
92.57 
85.70 

113.22 

102.85 
88.13 

119.20 

108.34 
143.96 

75.22 
118.16 

84.35 
86.54 

55.68 

116.63 

161.34 
121.98 

67.35 

95.69 
125.52 

20.40 

59.83 

124.75 

223.31 

102.86 

# 30,292.29 

406.84 

181.84 

1.505.61 

105.46 
163.00 

8,631.33 

2,021.12 

544.50 

792.32 

2.208.76 
939.40 
811.92 

3.404.64 
900.10 

1,017.96 

2,371.02 

1.186.32 
193.09 

3.427.61 
10,458.81 

2.938.17 
3,908.93 

1.322.32 

9.230.65 

805.71 
236.06 

3.702.66 
1,319.44 

1.042.18 

4.539.19 
2,218.21 

1.258.06 

1.355.77 
7,227.35 

884.14 

759.48 

1,973.83 

1.403.07 
3,228.89 
2,216.70 

206.28 

3,096.41 

918.79 

2,109.47 

195.46 

974.72 
63.87 

1,137.10 

897.78 

2,149.14 

923.38 

856.16 

2,668.13 

535.97 

1,817.69 

1,655.28 

730.70 

1,318.25 

# 176,813.91 

847.53 

3,933.40 

1,134.92 

2.417.13 
632.69 

10,919.52 

3.590.39 

2.342.23 
2,940.08 
2,879.05 

4.333.52 

1.986.40 
3,237.39 
6,171.03 
2,103.33 
3,525.70 

3.005.84 
2,070.11 
3,725.15 
6,891.11 

550.00 

4,234.36 

3.721.67 

3.369.95 

4.524.23 
1,410.64 

1.546.95 
3,080.50 
2,455.99 

2.072.60 

8.022.43 
6,824.69 

2.481.52 
2,900.46 

13,699.17 

2.190.67 
2,405.17 

1.742.61 
1,780.98 
2,409.38 
1,304.72 
2,800.54 

1.142.75 
1,607.56 

2.174.14 
2,332.58 

2.526.75 
1,343.97 

1.754.43 
909.40 

1,761.28 

2,269.30 

2.409.24 

4.495.84 

1.369.96 
1,948.20 

2.191.48 

1.681.97 

2.222.48 

# 385,323.17 

1,617.80 

21,152.62 

15,355.79 

8,666.72 

I, 907.80 
30,734.21 

9,590.67 

4.874.85 
10,797.11 

9,152.79 

8,806.11 

8,855.98 

13,486.74 

60,575.04 

8.892.52 

8.936.32 

17.056.86 
10,554.15 
22,377.46 
63,828.55 

4,910.17 

11,663.25 

7.706.19 
8,899.11 

62,283.50 
5,508.46 
8,700.44 
16,65 7.79 
10,418.54 
7,677.87 

22.195.87 
14,638.28 
10,973.41 

6.644.04 
64,483.32 

7.873.19 
8,682.03 

9.434.33 
8,688.06 

8.013.20 

10.298.52 
9,430.84 

II, 746.45 

5.744.21 
11,890.70 

7.912.62 
8,390.95 

5.413.05 

9.300.62 
13,435.59 

10.038.85 
5,538.42 
9,990.89 
9,611.83 
1,299.38 
5,968.56 

11.069.33 
19,803.45 

8,315.61 

#2,419,220.39 

Foremost 

Forest Lawn 

Fort Macleod 

Fort Saskatchewan 

Forestburg 

Grande Prairie 

Hanna 

Hardisty 

High River 

Hinton 

Holden 

Innisfail 

Jasper 

Jasper Place 

Killarn 

Lac La Biche 

Lacombe 

Leduc 

Lethbridge North 

Lethbridge South 

Lethbridge Beer 

Lloydminster 

Manning 

Mayerthorpe 

Medicine Hat 

Milk River 

Mundare 

McLennan 

Olds 

Oyen 

Peace River 

Pincher Creek 

Ponoka 

Provost 

Red Deer 

Redwater 

Rimbey 

Rocky Mountain House 

Smoky Lake 

Spirit River 

Stettler 

Stony Plain 

St. Paul 

Sylvan Lake 

Taber 

Thorsby 

Trochu 

Turner Valley 

Two Hills 

Vegreville 

Vermilion 

Vilna 

Vulcan 

Wainwright 

Waterton Park 

Waterways 

Westlock 

Wetaskiwin 

Willingdon 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


281 


STATEMENT No. 179 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 

STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL EXPENSE, 
WAREHOUSE EXPENSE AND LICENSE EXPENSE 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL EXPENSE 

Salaries $ 290,051.62 

Pension contributions 128,697.94 

Travelling 20,122.02 

Printing and stationery 14,633.48 

General 12,297.16 

Rent and property expense 5,925.25 

Postage : 5 ’663 .60 

Legal fees 5,390.19 

Depreciation, furniture and equipment 4,328.85 

Telegraph and telephone 3,842.11 

Insurance 3,296.12 

Maintenance of equipment 1,648.03 

Light, water and fuel 1,468.26 

Analysis 481.76 


$ 497,846.39 


Transferred to operating expense, 95% $ 472,954.07 

Transferred to license expense, 5% 24,892.32 

$ 497,846.39 


WAREHOUSE EXPENSE 

Salaries $ 462,526.53 

Rent and property expense 54,368.78 

Depreciation, furniture and equipment 35,635.92 

Light, water and fuel 12,489.33 

General 10,830.25 

Supplies 6,293.11 

Insurance 6,095.57 

Maintenance of equipment 4,174.68 

Telegraph, telephone and postage 1,992.19 

Customs locker fees 1,527.50 

Freight, cartage and express 517.17 


$ 596,451.03 


LICENSE EXPENSE 

Salaries $ 113,773.24 

Travelling 28,193.36 

Stationery and supplies 2,351.92 

Insurance 1,069.20 

Telegraph and telephone 1,020.25 

General 699.32 

Depreciation, furniture and equipment 465.05 

Analysis 390.00 

Maintenance of equipment 269.16 


$ 148,231.50 

Add: 5% of administration and general expense 24,892.32 


$ 173,123.82 


282 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

TREASURY BRANCHES 


STATEMENT No. 180 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


Cash: 

Currency on hand at branches and agencies 

Cheques on chartered banks 

Balance on deposit with chartered bank 

Cash items in transit 


ASSETS 


Accounts receivable 

Loans and advances: 

Government sponsored activities 

Guaranteed by the Province 

Municipalities, school divisions and hospital districts 

Commercial and industrial 

Housing and home improvements 

Personal and agricultural 


# 1,330,000.18 
7,283,545.94 
2,805,392.88 
5,136,146.61 

#16,555,085.61 

58,315.96 

# 505,403.40 
800,240.60 

3,774,239.35 

26,121,844.26 

1,832,661.43 

9,071,942.37 


Deduct: Provision for estimated loss 


#42,106,331.41 

2,589,089.43 


Investments: 

Bonds and debentures, at book value #21,133,762.25 

Assigned agreement, cost 321,187.00 


Special reserve funds: 

Provision for estimated loss re loans and advances: 

Balance on deposit 

Contingent liabilities: 

Investments: 

Government of Canada debentures, at par value 


Insurance: 

Investments: 

Government of Canada debentures, at par value # 30,000.00 

Balance on deposit 40,952.38 


# 2,589,089.43 
492,000.00 


70,952.38 


Accrued interest 

Prepaid expenses 

Automobiles and equipment, less depreciation 

Furnishings and fixtures at cost 

Deficit: 

As at April 1, 1961 # 1,208,020.76 

Deduct: Surplus for year ended March 31, 1962 750,000.00 


39,517,241.98 


21,454,949.25 


3,152,041.81 

184,915.00 

55,111.64 

158,687.91 

354,859.32 


458,020.76 


#81,949,229.24 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


283 


STATEMENT No. 180 —Continued 


LIABILITIES 


Liabilities to the public: 

Accounts payable 

Drafts and money orders outstanding 
Deposits not bearing interest 

Deposits bearing interest, including interest accrued 
Term deposit receipts 


Province of Alberta revenue and trust deposits 
Deferred credits: 

Holiday pay stamp adjustments 

Unearned interest 

Interest contingent account 


Insurance reserve 


Provincial Treasurer: 

Appropriation for estimated loss re loans and advances 

Appropriations for contingent liabilities fund 

Appropriations for furniture and fixtures 

Appropriations for maintenance and operations, less revenue remitted 


$ 7,014.61 

5,082,057.65 
26,950,510.53 
36,104,790.42 
1,000,000.00 

$69,144,373.21 

11,118.059.90 


$ 142.19 

21,744.96 
693,727.93 

715,615.08 

70,952.38 


$ 25,000.00 

492,000.00 
354,859.32 
28,369.35 


900,228.67 

$81,949,229.24 


Edmonton, Alberta, August 27, 1962 


I have audited the books and records of the Treasury Branches for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

The branch balance sheets as at March 31, 1962, certified to by branch managers, were examined and consolidated 
with Head Office records. Transactions applicable to the year reported after preparation of branch statements are not 
reflected in the accounts. 

Currency on hand, cheques on chartered banks and items in transit were certified by branch managers. The 
balance on deposit with the chartered bank was verified by certificate from the bank. 

Loans and advances include loans outstanding as at March 31, 1962, overdrafts in depositors’ accounts, bills dis- 
counted and items in overdue bills. 


Advances totalling $33,660.18 were written off during the year under review while recoveries of advances previously 
written off amounted to $2,038.04. Provision for estimated loss re loans and advances in the amount of $331,189.18 
was made during the year under review leaving the accumulated provision at $2,589,089.43 as at March 31, 1962. 


Investments are summarized hereunder: 

Bonds and debentures: 

*Government of Canada 
Provincial issues, guaranteed 

Commercial 

Societies 

School districts 

Cities, towns and counties 

Assigned agreement 


Par Value 

$14,222,000.00 

1,000,000.00 

2,125,000.00 

2,040,613.35 

1,453,750.00 

927,648.23 

321,187.00 


Book Value 

$14,150,892.11 

1,000,000.00 

2,096,879.05 

2,040,613.35 

1,441,214.21 

926,163.53 

321,187.00 


$22,090,198.58 $21,976,949.25 


^Includes bonds of a par value of $492,000.00 held for the Contingent Liabilities Fund and of a par value of 
$30,000 held for the Insurance Fund. 

The above securities were verified by examination and found to be in order. The approximate market value of 
bonds and debentures as at March 31, 1962 was $20,511,100.00. 

Expenditures of the Treasury Branches for maintenance and operations have been charged to the general revenue 
fund of the Province, with the exception of an amount of $480,738.68, representing consumers’ bonus for the months 
of February, 1941 to April, 1945, inclusive. This amount may be financed from the fund provided for contingent 
liabilities. 

Subject to the foregoing, I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show 
the true financial position of the Treasury Branches as at March 31, 1962, according to the information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Treasury Branches, and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and 
Expenditure correctly sets forth the result of operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


284 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 181 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

TREASURY BRANCHES 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
REVENUE 

Interest earnings on: 

Loans and advances 

Investments 

Bank balances 


Commission and exchange earnings 
Sundry revenue 

$ 3,877,773.20 


$ 2,089,735.33 
853,027.23 
53,858.20 

$ 2,996,620 .76 

878,167.35 

2,985.09 


EXPENDITURE 

Salaries $ 1,454,793.38 

Interest on savings deposits 801,999.67 

Maintenance of buildings 207,371.15 

Agents’ commissions 108,396.16 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 83,672.83 

Postage, telegraph and telephone 38,381.80 

Travelling expenses 30,089.09 

Advertising and publicity 18,362.12 

Insurance 13,629.80 

Freight and express 13,598.07 

Repairs and services 13,526.35 

Clearing house fees 2,958.79 

Sundry 9,804.81 


$ 2,796,584.02 


Excess of revenue over expenditure before provision for bad and doubtful accounts $ 1,081,189.18 

Deduct: Provision for bad and doubtful accounts 331,189.18 


Surplus for the year ended March 31, 1962 8 750,000.00 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


285 


Government of the Province of Alberta 

RETIREMENT ANNUITIES FUND 


'STATEMENT No. 182 


BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 


ASSETS 


Cash in treasury branch 
Investments: 




Par Value 

Book Value 

Government of Canada bonds 

0 

97,500.00 

5,000.00 

75.000. 00 

50.000. 00 

45.000. 00 

40.000. 00 

30.000. 00 

15.000. 00 

45.000. 00 

0 97,155.09 

4,986.11 
75,065.19 
49,865.32 
44,980.40 

40.000. 00 
28,900.72 
14,870.31 

45.000. 00 

Government of Canada guaranteed debentures 

Province of Newfoundland debentures 

Province of New Brunswick debentures 


Province of Ontario debentures 


Province of Saskatchewan debentures 


Province of Manitoba debentures 


Province of Nova Scotia debentures 

Province of Ontario guaranteed debentures 





0 

402,500.00 



Accrued interest 


1,394.92 


400,823.14 

3,115.88 


LIABILITIES 

Retirement annuities: 

Purchasers’ deposits on contracts 

Annuity reserve 

Surplus: 

As at April 1, 1961 

Add: Earnings from investments for the year ended March 31, 1962 


Deduct: Interest credited to retirement annuities 


0 405,333.94 


0 110,992.81 

273,118.78 

0 384,111.59 

0 17,828.88 

16,862.10 


0 34,690.98 

13,468.63 

21,222.35 


0 405,333.94 


Edmonton, Alberta, June 11, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Retirement Annuities Fund for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Retirement Annuities Fund as at March 31, 1962, according to information and explanations given to me and as 
shown by the books of the Fund, and the accompanying Statement of Operations correctly summarizes the transactions 
for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


286 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 183 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

RETIREMENT ANNUITIES FUND 


STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 



Purchasers’ 

Annuity 



deposits 

reserve 

Total 

Retirement annuities as at April 1, 1961 

$127,559.20 

$275,930.29 

$403,489.49 

Add: 




Deposits by purchasers 

1 , 810.57 


1 , 810.57 

Transferred to annuity reserve 

18,49338 

18,493.38 

Interest credited, as provided by Retirement Annuities Act 

3,737.56 

9,731.07 

13,468.63 


$110,992.81 

$304,154.74 

$415,147.55 

Deduct: 




Annuity payments 


31,035.96 

31,035.96 



Retirement annuities as at March 31, 1962 

$110,992.81 

$273,118.78 

$384,111.59 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


287 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 184 


QUEEN’S PRINTER’S ADVANCE 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31, 1962 
ASSETS 

Accounts receivable 

Stock on hand 

Equipment: 

Office and general $ 

Printing and mimeographing 

Office machine services 


$ 288,018.49 

187,016.19 


8,994.42 

90,655.21 

31,205.02 


Less: Accumulated depreciation 


$ 130,854.65 

63,215.69 

67,638.96 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 

Provincial Treasurer’s Advance 

Surplus: 

As at April 1, 1961 

Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 


$ 542,673.64 


$ 133,294.73 

376,020.34 


7,820.49 

33,358.57 


$ 41,179.0 6 

Less: Remitted to Provincial Treasurer 7,820.49 

33,358.57 


$ 542,673.64 

Edmonton, Alberta, August 10, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Queen’s Printer’s Advance for the year ended March 31, 1962. 

Result of Operations 

Operations for the year under review resulted in a net profit of $33,358.57 as compared with $15,403.72 for the pre- 
vious year. 


Particulars of operations for the two years are summarized hereunder: 


Year ended March 31, 


Sales 

Less: Cost of goods sold 

Gross profit on sales 

Printing and mimeographing, net revenue 

Office machine services, net revenue 

Sundry revenue 


1962 

$1,129,258.08 

1,069,897.74 


$ 

59,360.34 

37,783.54 


1,618.45 


244.18 

$ 

99,006.51 

65,647.94 

$ 

33,358.57 


1961 

$1,001,403.74 

949,234.02 


Ihcrease or 
decrease 
$ 127,854.34 
120,663.72 


$ 

52,169.72 

$ 7,190.62 

30,309.31 

7,474.23 


911.78 

706.67 


1.36 

242.82 

$ 

83,392.17 

$ 15,614.34 


67,988.45 

2,340.51 

$ 

15,403.72 

$ 17,954.85 


Less: General expenses 
Net profit 


(Continued on Page 288) 


288 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 184 —Continued 


Financial Position 


The financial position of the Queen’s Printer’s Advance as at March 31, 1962 is shown on the above Balance Sheet, 
and is summarized hereunder in comparison with the position at March 31, 1961. 


Assets 


Year ended March 31, Increase or 

1962 1961 decrease 


Accounts receivable 

Stock on hand 

Equipment 


288,018.49 

187,016.19 

67,638.96 


$ 174,588.33 
172,787.21 
73,381.27 


$ 113,430.16 
14,228.98 
5,742.31 


0 542,673.64 $ 420,756.81 $ 121,916.83 


Lialibilties 

Accounts payable 

Provincial Treasurer: 

Advance 

Surplus 


$ 133,294.73 $ 56,869.51 0 76,425.22 


376,020.34 

33,358.57 


$ 542,673.64 


356,066.81 

7,820.49 


0 420,756.81 


19,953.53 

25,538.08 


0 121,916.83 


Accounts receivable are comprised mainly of charges to Government departments in the month of March 1962. 

Stock and equipment on hand were verified from an inventory taken at March 31, 1962 and are supported by detailed 
lists and by certificates of officials in charge of the Queen’s Printer’s Advance. 

Surplus, $33,358.57 represents the net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 and should be remitted to the 
Provincial Treasurer. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial position 
of the Queen’s Printer’s Advance as at March 31, 1962 according to information and explanations given to me and as 
shown by the books of the Advance and the accompanying Statement of Operations correctly sets forth the result of 
operations for the year ended at that date. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A. 

Provincial Auditor 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


289 


STATEMENT No. 185 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
QUEEN’S PRINTER’S ADVANCE 
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Sales: 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 0 1,108,923.69 

Acts 20,334.39 


Less: Cost of goods sold 


0 1,129,258.08 
1,069,897.74 


Gross profit on sales 
Subsidiary services: 


Revenue 

Less: Direct cost of services: 

Salaries and wages 

Materials used 

Spoilage 

Depreciation on equipment 

Profit or loss on disposal of equipment, net 


Printing and 

Office Machine 

Mimeographing 


Services 

0 172,029.55 

0 

62,056.94 

0 104,027.18 

0 

42,556.00 

23,423.46 


13,061.88 

180.14 


6,617.04 


2,907.19 

1.81 


1,913.42 

0 134,246.01 

$ 

60,438.49 

0 37,783.54 

$ 

1,618.45 


Sundry revenue 


59,360.34 


39,401.99 

244.18 


Gross profit 

Less: General expenses: 

Salaries 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 
Telephone, telegraph and postage 
Depreciation on office equipment 

Freight, duty and express 

Profit on disposal of equipment, net 


0 59,032.32 

3,074.04 
2,704.18 
747.33 
129.38 
39.31 


0 99,006.51 


65,647.94 


Net profit for the year ended March 31, 1962 


0 33,358.57 


COST OF GOODS SOLD 

Inventory, April 1, 1961 

Add: Purchases: 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 

Acts 


0 172,787.21 

0 1,063,759.36 
20,367.36 

1,084,126.72 


0 1,256,913.93 
187,016.19 

0 1,069,897.74 


Less: Inventory, March 31, 1962 


290 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 186 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA MUNICIPAL FINANCING CORPORATION 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


ASSETS 

Cash in bank 

Accrued interest receivable 

Investments: 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation 4%% debentures due May 15, 1984 

at cost (par value #1,702,000.00) 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 2%% term deposit due March 12, 1962 

Loans to municipalities, cities, towns and villages as per Statement No. 188 

Office equipment at nominal value 

Deferred charges: 

Unamortized debenture discount 

Unamortized exchange on United States funds 


# 1,613,317.96 
3,799,289.41 


1,631,420.79 

4,000,000.00 

# 11,044,028.16 

182,186,548.81 

1.00 


# 3,529,931.43 
2,878,283.40 

6,408,214.83 


#199,638,792.80 

LIABILITIES 


Matured debentures and coupons $ 676,950.14 

Less: Cash provided for redemption 676,950.14 


Accrued interest payable 

Debenture debt as per Statement No. 189 

Less: Sinking fund assets, cash and investments 

Share capital: 

Authorized: 

3.000 class A shares with a par value of #10.00 each. Issue restricted to 

the Provincial Treasurer 

1.000 class B shares with a par value of #10.00 each. Issue restricted to 

municipalities 

500 class C shares with a par value of #10.00 each. Issue restricted to 

cities 

500 class D shares with a par value of #10.00 each. Issue restricted to 
towns and villages 


#197,190,000.00 

363,659.86 


# 1,519,918.89 
196,826,340.14 


# 30,000.00 

10,000.00 
5,000.00 
5,000.00 


5,000 


# 50,000.00 


^Issued and fully paid: 

3,000 class A shares 

726 class B shares 

419 class C shares 

281 class D shares 

Reserve for equalization of exchange on United States funds 
Surplus: 

As at January 1, 1961 

Add: Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961 

Transferred from reserve 


# 30,000.00 

7,260.00 

4,190.00 

2,810.00 

44,260.00 

106,927.50 

# 801,610.02 

# 301,356.02 

38,380.23 

339,736.25 

1,141,346.27 


#199,638,792.80 


*24 class B shares were issued during the year 
4 class D shares were issued during the year 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


291 


STATEMENT No. 186 — Continued 

Edmonton, Alberta, March 20, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation for the year ended December 
31, 1961. 

Advances to municipalities, secured by debentures, amounted to $182,186,548.81. All securities were examined and 
found to be in order. 

As at December 31, 1961 the debenture debt amounted to $197,190,000.00, as detailed on Statement No. 189, 
guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Alberta. A summary of transactions for the year ended 
December 31, 1961 is as follows: 

Balance as at January 1, 1961 $158,200,000.00 

Issued: 

5 Zi % 22 year sinking fund debentures $ 21,000,000.00 

5 'A °/c 22 year sinking fund debentures 20,000,000.00 

2 %% 1 year debentures 10,000,000.00 

5 14 % 20 year sinking fund debentures 2,000,000.00 

53,000,000.00 


$211,200,000.00 

$ 10,000,000.00 

2.400.000. 00 

1.160.000. 00 

450,000.00 

14,010,000.00 


Balance as at December 31, 1961 $197,190,000.00 


Redeemed: 

2 % 1 year debentures 

4 Vi °/o demand debentures 

4 % % 25 year sinking fund debentures 

5 % 25 year sinking fund debentures 


I have obtained all the information and explanations I have required and certify that, in my opinion, the above 
Balance Sheet and the accompanying Statement of Revenue and Expenditure are properly drawn up so as to show the 
true financial position of the Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation as at December 31, 1961 and the result of 
operations for the year ended at that date according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me 
and as shown by the books of the Corporation. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


292 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 187 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA MUNICIPAL FINANCING CORPORATION 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1961 
REVENUE 

Interest on loans to municipalities, cities, towns and villages $ 8,662,940.94 

Interest on investments 429,641.11 

Bank interest, net 1,383.61 


$ 9,093,965.66 

EXPENDITURE 

Interest on debentures $ 8,183,684.20 

Amortization of debenture discount 383,486.64 

Amortization of exchange on United States funds, net 176,424.10 

Debenture issue expense 20,101.48 

Administration expense 13,192.00 

Debt service charges 6,892.62 

Printing, stationery and office supplies 5,370.88 

Directors’ fees and expenses 3,411.52 

Miscellaneous 46.20 


$ 8,792,609.64 

Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961 $ 301,356.02 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


293 


STATEMENT No. 188 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA MUNICIPAL FINANCING CORPORATION 
SCHEDULE OF LOANS 


TO DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Cities: 

Calgary 

Authorized 
and Loaned 

$ 46,574,900.00 

1,023.500.00 

$ 

Repayments 

4,800,636.52 

26,221.47 

7,900.63 

4,157,080.49 

124,841.69 

463,731.52 

41,895.12 

58,106.43 

179,201.90 

80,119.28 

Principal 
Outstanding 
Dec. 31, 1961 
$ 41,774,263.48 
997,278.53 
267,099.37 
63,418,019.51 
1,570,158.31 
5,286,968.48 
808,104.88 
1,376,893.57 
2,469,898.10 
615,000.72 

Drumheller 

275,000.00 

67,575,100.00 


Grande Prairie 

Lethbridge 

Lloydminster 

Medicine Hat 

1,695,000.00 

5,750,700.00 

850,000.00 

1,435,000.00 


Red Deer 

2,649,100.00 


Wetaskiwin .. . 

695,120.00 






$128,523,420.00 

$ 

9,939,735.05 

$118,583,684.95 

Towns (65) 

$ 13,742,531.35 

£ 

822,258.06 

$ 12,920,273.29 



Villages (60) 

$ 3,956,008.00 

$ 

210,503.75 

$ 3,745,504.25 

Counties (11) 

$ 2,911,100.00 

$ 

216,083.67 

$ 2,695,016.33 

Municipal Districts (5) 

$ 650,400.00 

$ 

233,714.99 

$ 416,685.01 



Improvement Districts (7) 

$ 215,400.00 

$ 

28,720.37 

$ 186,679.63 

Special Areas (1) 

$ 9,700.00 

$ 

3,350.45 

$ 6,349.55 

Hospital Districts (14) 

$ 5,085,160.00 

$ 

97,904.20 

$ 4,987,255.80 

School Districts and Divisions (74) 

$ 40,992,500.00 

$ 

2,347,400.00 

$ 38,645,100.00 


$196,086,219.35 

$ 13,899,670.54 

$182,186,548.81 


Date of Issue 

July 2, 1957 

September 3, 1957 . 

October 7, 1957 

December 1, 1960 

May 15, 1959 

December 15, 1959 

June 15, 1960 

April 1, 1961 

December 1, 1961 .... 
December 1, 1961 .... 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 189 


ALBERTA MUNICIPAL FINANCING CORPORATION 


SCHEDULE OF DEBENTURE DEBT 


AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 


Maturity Date 

Demand 

Demand 

Demand 

December 1, 1980 .... 

May 15, 1984 

December 15, 1984 

June 15, 1985 

April 1, 1983 

December 1, 1962 . 
December 1, 1983 . 


Interest 

Rate 

Currency 

4 % 

Canadian 

4 % 

Canadian . 

4!4% 

Canadian 

5)4% 

Canadian 

4% % 

United States 

5 % 

United States 

4%% 

United States 

5)4% 

Canadian 

2%% 

Canadian 

5)4% 

Canadian 


Original 

Issue 

30.000. 000.00 

5.000. 000.00 

2.500.000. 00 

12 . 000 . 000.00 

50.000. 000.00 

20 . 000 . 000.00 

30.000. 000.00 

21.000. 000.00 

10,000,000.00 

20,000,000.00 


Amount 
Outstanding 
$ 30,000,000.00 

5,000,000.00 

800,000.00 

12,000,000.00 

48.840.000. 00 

19.550.000. 00 

30.000. 000.00 

21.000. 000.00 

10,000,000.00 

20,000,000.00 


$200,500,000.00 $197,190,000.00 


294 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 190 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
ALBERTA INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1961 
ASSETS 


Advances receivable $ 990,000.00 

Interest on advances, receivable and accrued 533,332.38 


$ 1,523,332.38 

Less: Allowance for doubtful accounts 199,018.07 


$ 1,324,314.31 


LIABILITIES 

Interest payable on debentures, due and accrued $ 234,197.53 

Provincial Treasurer: 

Demand debentures 1,077,903.90 

Surplus: 

As at January 1, 1961 $ 12,608.98 

Deduct: Transferred to allowance for doubtful accounts 12,608.98 


Add: Surplus for the year ended December 31, 1961: 

Interest earned 

Less: Interest expense 


$ 

$ 44,550.00 

32,337.12 

$ 12 , 212.88 

12,212.88 


$ 1,324,314.31 


Edmonton, Alberta, February 22, 1962 

I have audited the books and records of the Alberta Industrial Corporation for the year ended December 31, 1961. 

Advances receivable consist solely of advances to Brazeau Collieries Limited. The assets of the Company were taken 
over and a receiver appointed by the Corporation on November 28, 1955. As at December 31, 1961, $200,000.00 had 
been realized from sales by the receiver. 

The allowance for doubtful accounts is not adequate for its purpose. 

I certify that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to show the true financial 
position of the Alberta Industrial Corporation as at December 31, 1961, according to information and explanations 
given to me and as shown by the books of the Corporation. 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


295 


STATEMENT No. 191 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE FROM APPROPRIATION No. 2703 
"UNFORESEEN AND UNPROVIDED FOR” 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Receiver General of Canada, re Alberta’s share of "Resources for Tomorrow 

Conference” $ 6,104.87 

Agricultural Institute of Canada, grant 1,000.00 

Banff School of Fine Arts, School for Advanced Management fees 950.00 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, grant re regional conference 751.00 

Remembrance Day wreaths: 

Canadian Legion, Alberta Provincial Command # 440.00 

Canadian Legion Poppy Fund 150.00 

590.00 

Women’s Institute of Alberta, grant 500.00 

Cardston Rod and Gun Club, grant 181.77 

Robert Crossley, honorarium re oratorical contests in New York City 100.00 

Sir Howard d’Egville, presentation on retirement as Secretary-General of the 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 65.00 


$ 10,242.64 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


296 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 192 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS OUT OF CONTINGENCY FUND 
TREASURY DEPARTMENT ACT, SEC. 88, CHAP. 343, R.S.A. 1955 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Payments during the year Nil 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


STATEMENT No. 193 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

STATEMENT OF FUNDS RAISED UNDER 
THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT ACT, SEC. 63, CHAP. 343, R.S.A. 1955 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Funds raised during the year Nil 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


STATEMENT No. 194 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

STATEMENT OF FUNDS RAISED UNDER CHAPTER 80, R.S.A. 1955 
THE DEFERRED CHARGES ACT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Funds raised during the year Nil 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT 


297 


Government of the Province of Alberta 
STATEMENT OF REMISSIONS 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 

Under Chapter 343, Section 59, R.S.A., 1955, The Treasury Department Act: 

Land titles, clerks of court and sheriffs’ fees charged to government departments 

Commissioners for oaths 

Fuel oil tax 

Automobile licenses 

Amusements Act 

Under Chapter 325, Section 22, R.S.A., 1955, An Act respecting fines and penalties: 

Public Service Vehicles Act 

Game Act 

Vehicle and Highway Traffic Act 

Under Chapter 343, Section 60, R.S.A., 1955, Uncollectible accounts: 

Department of Public Health 

Department of Provincial Treasurer 

Department of Lands and Forests 

Department of Attorney General 

Department of Education 

Department of Provincial Secretary 

Department of Public Welfare 

Department of Highways 

Department of Labour 

Under Chapter 89, R.S.A., 1955, Domestic Relations Act, and regulations 

thereunder 

Under Chapter 6, Section 9, R.S.A., 1955, Seed grain and relief acts, 

principal and interest 


STATEMENT No. 195 


$ 37,510.62 

7.844.00 
6,895.31 

1.725.00 
193.00 

$ 54,167.93 


$ 360.00 

124.00 
59.50 

543.50 

$ 556,129.03 

58,226.63 
9,661.27 
7,473.70 
1,589.39 
861.82 
730.05 
702.84 
2.00 

635,376.73 

7,357.00 

39,214.30 


$ 736,659.46 


In addition to ordinary remissions the following cancellations and write-offs were made during the period under review: 

Principal Interest 


Petroleum and natural gas leases $ 4,843.53 

Coal leases 111.29 


$ 4,954.82 


In addition, further advances and interest aggregating $282,078.42 may be cancelled under the terms of the Agri- 
cultural Relief Adjustment Act, Chapter 6, R.S.A., 1955. 


Certified correct 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


298 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY APPROPRIATIONS AND CHARACTER 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


VOCATIONAL TRAINING 


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Government of the Province of Alberta 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING 


STATEMENT No. 198 


CASH COLLECTED ON INCOME ACCOUNT 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Government of Canada Re: 

Administration 

Apprenticeship training 

Rural courses, dairying, electrification and welding 

Training of disabled persons 

Training of foremen and supervisors 

Training of unemployed persons 

Miscellaneous 

Reimbursement of salaries and expenses 

Rural welding courses, fees 

Sale of material 


In Excess of Less than 


Actual 

Estimates 

Estimates 

Estimates 

10,812.51 0 

y 

f 10,812.51 0 


472,250.04 

522,000.00 


49,749.96 

4,159.59 

12,500.00 


8,340.41 

12,061.34 

22,730.00 


10,668.66 

388.00 

1,120.00 


732.00 

223,908.03 

1,502.19 

344,900.00 

1,502.19 

120,991.97 

93,837.49 

4,095.00 

1,418.62 

143,460.00 

4,095.00 

1,418.62 

49,622.51 


TOTAL: Income Account 0 824,432.81 #1,046,710.00 0 222,277.19 

(Net) 


Certified correct, 

C. K. Huckvale, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor 


DETAILS OF CASH PAYMENTS 

ON 

INCOME AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 













CASH PAYMENTS 


303 


STATEMENT No. 199 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
SUMMARY OF CASH PAYMENTS 
INCOME AND CAPITAL 


FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Indemnities to Members of the Legislative Assembly and Members of the Executive Council, including 

travelling expenses, as per Statement No. 200 

Salaries, expenses and miscellaneous payments to public servants 

Payments under The Public Service Pension Act as per Statement No. 201 

Payments under Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act as per Statement No. 202 

Payments to municipalities, firms and corporations for supplies or services rendered, including pay- 
ments out of Queen’s Printer’s Advance, Highways and Public Works Stock Advance and other 
statutory funds, as per Statement No. 203. 


Section 

Amount 

Section 

Amount 

A 

$ 5,467,048.79 

Brought forward 

$ 199,597,388.34 

B 

14,460,799.34 

M 

.... 10,634,721.33 

C 

19,858,762.90 

N 

3,337,250.78 

D 

2,958,786.14 

O 

1,605,978.59 

E 

2,521,446.87 

PQ 

63,787,144.22 

F 

3,275,968.07 

R 

2,441,028.83 

G 

5,824,916.30 

S 

6,912,261.64 

Grants 

129,914,031.78 

T 

2,624,546.54 

H 

4,084,254.62 

U 

1,630,724.40 

I 

3,828,676.14 

V 

515,680.62 

J 

489,572.47 

w 

.... 27,751,443.49 

K 

2,104,174.33 

XYZ 

256,938.20 

L 

3,232,775.29 



Mac & Me 

1,576,175.30 




498,102.54 

48,067,314.27 

1,941,027.53 

250,901.40 


Forward $199,597,388.34 $321,095,106.98 

Less: Refunds 752,937.63 


Payments under The Election Act 


320,342,169.35 

14,379.21 


Gross disbursements, as per Statement No. 8 


$371,113,894.30 


304 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 200 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
PAYMENTS TO MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY AND 
MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 


Name 


Indemnity 
and Trav. 
Expenses 


Sessional 

Allowances 


Salary or 
Allowance 


Aalborg, Hon, A. O # 

A'oisio, A 

Ansley, R. E 

Baker, F. M 

Bell, G. E 

Clark, R. C 

Colborne, Hon, F. C 

Cooper, A. H 

Dawson, Hon. P 

Delday, W 

Dixon, A. J 

Dubetz, J 


4.500.00 
5,215.20 

5.103.00 

4.542.00 

5.371.00 

5.142.60 
4,561.40 

5.183.00 

7.914.60 

5.262.60 
6,770.80 


# 11,000.00 


625.00 


4'500.00 


5,201.20 


Ells, R 

5,114.80 

Everitt, K 

5,252.60 

Fimrite, A. O 

5,390.00 

Fleming, D. S 

5,360.80 

French, C. K 

5,360.60 

Gainer, F. L 

5,392.20 

Gerhart, E. H 

4,542.00 

Gordey, A. W 

5,291.60 

Halmrast, Hon. L. C 

4,500.00 

Hansell, E. G 

5,360.80 

Hardy, E. M 

5,214.20 

Hartley, Hon, J 

4,500.00 

Heard, L. W 

4,542.00 

Hillman, J. C 

5,326.80 

Hinman, Hon. E. W 

4,500.00 

Holowach, A 

4,542.00 

Hcoke, Hen. A. J 

4,500.00 

Jamieson, R. H 

4,542.00 

Johnston, C. E 

5,390.80 

Johnston, G. F 

5,274.80 

Jorgenson, Hon. R. D 

4,500.00 

Kelts, M 

5,388.40 

Kovach, W. A 

5,420.80 

Lam.rthe, R. B 

5,010.20 

Landeryou, J. C 

5,356.00 

Lee, R. S 

5,181.76 

Leinweber, H. C 

5,396.00 

Ludwig, A. 

5,360.80 

Maccagno, M 

5,363.40 

Macleod, R. A 

5,094.20 

Manning, Hon. E. C 

4,500.00 

McKinnon, R 

4,542.00 

McLaughlin, I 

5,403.40 

Melnyk, N. A 

5,289.00 

Montgomery, E. F 

5,421.20 

Norris, G 

5,301.40 

Patrick, Hon. A. R. 

4,500.00 

Patterson, W 

5,340.20 

Reierson, Hon. R 

4,500.00 

Ross, Hon, J. D 

4,500.00 

Ruste, H. A 

5,065.40 

Sayers, C. I 

5,294.00 

Scruggs, J. M 

5,428.40 

Strom, H. E 

5,350.40 

Taylor, Hon. G. E 

4,500.00 

Tomyn, W 

4,542.00 

Ure, W 

5,181.40 

Watkins, E. S 

5,375.80 

Wilkinson, R 

5,150.80 

Willmore, Hon. N. A 

4,500.00 

Wilson, E. S 

4,542.00 

Wingblade, J. A 

5,225.40 

Wood, C. R 

5,311.80 


#331,501.56 # 


625.00 


11,000.00 


11,000.00 


11,000.00 
1 1 ,000.00 


625.00 


14,000.00 


11,000.00 


11,000.00 

11,000.00 


11,000.00 


625.00 

LLLL njbbb!bb 


2,500.00 #139,500.00 


Travelling 

Expenses 


Miscel- 

laneous 

Payments 


Total 


# 1,790.69 # 


883.00 

25fL00 


2,125.93 


635.90 


1,655.25 

1,038.11 


364.97 


2,187.87 


3,060.96 


2,428.02 

3,511.23 


2,831.45 


1,829.60 


# 17,290.69 

5.215.20 

5.728.00 

4.542.00 

5.371.00 

5.142.60 

9.944.40 

5.183.00 

8.172.60 

5.262.60 

6.770.80 

5.201.20 

5.114.80 

5.252.60 

5.390.00 

5.360.80 

5.360.60 

6.017.20 

4.542.00 

5.291.60 
17,625.93 

5.360.80 

5.214.20 
16,135.90 

4,542.00 

5.326.80 
17,155.25 

4,542.00 

16,538.11 

4.542.00 

5.390.80 

5.274.80 
15,864.97 

5.388.40 

5.420.80 

5.010.20 

5.356.00 
5,181.76 

5.396.00 

5.360.80 

5.988.40 

5.094.20 
20,687.87 

4.542.00 

5.403.40 

5.289.00 

5.421.20 

5.301.40 
18,560.96 

5.340.20 
17,928.02 
19,011.23 

5.065.40 

5.294.00 

5.428.40 

5.350.40 
18,331.45 

4.542.00 

5.181.40 
6,000.80 

5.150.80 
17,329.60 

4,542.00 

5.225.40 

5.311.80 


# 24,600.98 # 


#498,102.54 


CASH PAYMENTS 


305 


STATEMENT No. 201 

Government of the Province of Alberta 
PAYMENTS UNDER PUBLIC SERVICE PENSION ACT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
PENSIONS 


Name Amount 

Aastrup E. M ? 1,105.92 

Adams, C 603.24 

Adams, C. L 1,507.45 

Adams, W. H 1,050.60 

Aikens, W. T. and S. M 2,142.72 

Ainscough, W. G 641.28 

Aitken, W. B. and C 1,507.80 

Alexander, J. P 1,834.44 

Allen, E 900.72 

Allen, E. M 2,682.00 

Alton, F. E 1,842.84 

Alton, J. R 854.04 

Anderson, A 1,187.52 

Anderson, C. G 992.76 

Anderson, D. G 746.40 

Anderson, M. A 857.04 

Anderson, C. H 1,850.28 

Anderson, G. E 893.64 

Anderson, M. E. B 747.72 

Anderson, J 2,401.68 

Andison, R. A. and E. P 4,047.96 

Andrew, S. J 591.36 

Andrews, M. B 1,937.04 

Anfindsen, L 1,717.20 

Angus, M. R. F 962.64 

Appleby, E. L 2,331.96 

Appleton, H. J 462.33 

Armstrong, G. C 401.88 

Armstrong, M. R 1,349.88 

Armstrong, M. V 839.40 

Arnott, T. L., Estate 110.16 

Arthurs, R. C 2,479.44 

Atchison, A. 1 1,975.36 

Austin, E. E 1,868.16 

Avis, H. H 621.84 

Ayers, M 1,413.00 

Babiuk, A. D 915.56 

Baillie, M. A 1,037.40 

Bainbridge, G 990.20 

Baines, C. J. D 1,840.44 

Baird, J 657.96 

Baker, H. M 3,801.36 

Balfour, H 750.00 

Balfour, H. E. and G 4,309.92 

Barber, C 1,068.83 

Barnet, J 1,365.72 

Barnett, E 1,082.16 

Barnett, K. A 1,320.36 

Bascom, L. 0 891.00 

Batstone, M 1,143.48 

Beach, F. K. and C. W 1,137.96 

Beamont, P. T 2,721.00 

Beaupre, A. W 831.60 

Bell, E. R 1,562.28 

Bell, N. F 1,701.84 

Belyea, S. M 1,402.08 

Benn, W 998.76 

Bennett, A. F. and G. A. M. 2,336.04 

Bennett, R. B., Estate 2,291.76 

Bennie, A 830.88 

Berry, H. L 1,028.52 

Berube, L. M 332.44 

Bickell, J. L 1,791.12 

Biddell, P. J 541.32 

Bier, J. E 505.56 

Binks, C. R 585.00 

Biollo, P. P 441.56 

Bird, S. P 1,563.24 

Birkett, G. M 825.00 

Black, A 1,466.28 

Black, C. B 2,110.56 

Blackie, S. M 2,051.02 

Blackley, D. C 2,032.08 

Blackstock, J 1,866.96 

Blair, J 1,716.60 

Blair, J. M 1,705.92 

Blais, R. N 1,918.56 

Blefgren, T. F. and E. E 1,260.84 

Blewett, A. L 1,102.44 

Bligh, P. J 910.68 

Blomquist, C. 0 1,650.72 

Blower, F. C 4,272.12 


Name Amount 


Blyth, R $ 

698.76 

Bodel, M. A 

618.00 

Boon, J. R 

808.44 

Booth, F 

3,012.48 

Boulton, C 

103.26 

Bourne, A. R 

897.96 

Bow, Dr. M. R. and N 

2,845.80 

Bowden, J. W 

1,659.24 

Boyle, L. A 

1,167.00 

Brabbins, G. I 

430.08 

Bradley, M. I. L 

1,409.28 

Bradshaw, A., Estate 

2,409.60 

Bradshaw, J. J 

1,923.84 

Bragg, J. L 

2,574.84 

Braseby, C. M 

976.56 

Brison, L. F. M 

462.24 

Brockie, A 

2,222.88 

Brodie, M. M. A 

594.84 

Brooks, G. W 

622.32 

Brooks, I 

735.00 

Broomfield, J. L 

469.20 

Brown, A. R 

570.00 

Brown, B 

461.45 

Brown, D. W 

1,562.16 

Brown, G. E 

125.58 

Brown, M 

742.75 

Brown, H. P 

1,589.64 

Brown, L. M 

2,478.72 

Browne, C. U 

537.12 

Browne, R. E. H. and E. M. 

2,747.76 

Brownfield, R 

614.16 

Brownlee, H. P. and A. E 

2,158.44 

Bruce, G. F 

296.09 

Bruce, J., Estate 

341.52 

Buchanan, J. A 

2,441.52 

Buck, D 

2,961.32 

Buckingham, E. H 

3,499.08 

Buckingham, R. and E. M 

1,265.64 

Burfield, F. R 

1,275.48 

Burgoin, E. M 

529.80 

Burn, R 

440.16 

Burness, A 

855.36 

Burness, L. W 

862.80 

Burnett, E. M 

842.88 

Burnett, W 

1,391.64 

Burrough, G. R 

839.40 

Burton, H. 

534.84 

Butler, M. H 

771.96 

Cameron, C. R 

2,042.28 

Cameron, J. F 

993.24 

Campbell, A. A 

1,549.80 

Campbell, E 

1,038.24 

Campbell, J. T. W 

713.04 

Carleton, C 

1,724.04 

Carlyle, B 

1,261.08 

Carney, M 

573.23 

Carpenter, L. H 

1,364.16 

Carr, L 

515.52 

Carran, H. E. and H. E 

1,514.16 

Carter, M. M 

2,418.36 

Cashman, A. A 

525.24 

Caswell, E. C 

1,005.24 

Catley, S. C. W 

956.88 

Chaffee, L. B 

694.80 

Chandler, T. H 

1,644.12 

Chapman, P. A 

726.12 

Chapman, R. H 

525.66 

Cheney, H. L 

645.00 

Chittick, R. M 

2,218.80 

Chivers, F 

2,103.96 

Choate, K 

1,806.00 

Choquette, Y. B 

1,379.40 

Chorley, J 

3,419.40 

Clapp, J. A 

1,519.94 

Clark, J. A 

877.08 

Clark, R. L 

793.20 

Clarke, A 

876.24 

Clarke, B 

748.68 

Clarke, J. J. E 

1,025.04 

Clarke, M 

424.55 

Clarke, V 

489.96 

Clash, I. S. F 

3,905.88 

Clelland, W. F 

1,050.72 


Name 

Amount 

Clowes, M. A $ 

1,365.12 

Coats, J 

1,049.28 

Code, M. G. M 

1,595.52 

Codner, A. M 

1,520.52 

Coffin, E. W 

1,500.00 

Colban, I., Estate 

2,057.40 

Colbeck, L. J 

417.36 

Coles, A. R 

740.28 

Colley, K. S 

657.60 

Collins, A 

239.64 

Collins, F 

1,195.08 

Connors, F. B. and A. M 

1,762.92 

Conroy, A. L 

750.00 

Cook, W. H 

1,272.00 

Coombs, H. F. and J 

2,502.12 

Cooney, J. J 

651.84 

Cooper, R. N. and K 

1,263.36 

Cope, F. G 

2,849.64 

Cormack, A. and I 

1,412.76 

Cormack, J. H 

939.96 

Cottle, E. E 

483.84 

Cottom, W. E 

1,305.00 

Cowan, A. B 

1,308.24 

Coutts, B 

603.72 

Cox, J. and S 

1,451.88 

Cox, M 

1,690.80 

Craig, M. A 

1,500.00 

Craig, R 

476.40 

Crawford, J 

1,502.16 

Creasey, B 

1,925.40 

Cremer, G. I 

705.84 

Crispo, X. P 

4,119.12 

Cross, M. C 

1,971.96 

Cross, P. A 

263.16 

Cross, V. V 

609.36 

Cross, Dr. W. W. and E. M. 

2,604.24 

Cruickshank, H. F 

727.20 

Cruickshank, R 

971.16 

Cullerne, M. E 

67.72 

Culley, T 

1,413.84 

Currat, J. B 

1,585.20 

Currie, I. W 

929.40 

Curtis, V. G. B 

1,190.64 

Cushion, G. M 

2,832.36 

Cutler, H. E 

1,407.00 

Dahl, S. R 

203.88 

Dalkin, T. W 

4,107.60 

Daley, M. J 

1,377.84 

Dalton, L. I 

540.00 

Davidson, A. L. R 

884.28 

Davis, W. F. V 

447.60 

Davison, G. R 

3,234.65 

Dawe, W. R 

4,789.98 

Dawson, F. O 

1,100.04 

Dawson, J. A 

577.68 

Dawson, J. H 

988.80 

Day, H. S 

1,341.24 

Dean, S. T 

261.72 

Debourcier, T 

2,872.44 

Delaney, L. F 

668.88 

Demers, C 

528.12 

Dennis, H 

844.92 

Devicq, F. E 

306.84 

Dewhirst, A. T 

360.00 

Dick, T 

1,973.64 

Dick, T. R 

1,668.72 

Dickie, Dr. D. J. A 

1,483.92 

Dickie, O 

1,584.24 

Dingley, J. T 

483.36 

Dobbs, G. W 

2,148.85 

Dobbie, A. D 

811.08 

Doddridge, J 

961.26 

Dodge, L. A 

713.16 

Doherty, G. J 

500.76 

Dompnier, M. A 

976.08 

Doncaster, A 

625.56 

Donnelly, H. J 

1,500.00 

Doran, F. J 

1,356.80 

Dorsey, E. M 

1,142.40 

Doucette, A. L 

3,186.68 

Duckworth, J. H 

422.64 

Duguid, C 

1,295.88 


306 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 201— Continued 


Name Amount 

Duke, A. E. and J $ 1,540.68 

Duncan, J. W 383.40 

Duncan, W 1,352.40 

Dunn, G 569.72 

Eaglesham, N. B 1,154.40 

Eastwell, R 959.04 

Edmonds, H. M 846.17 

Edwards, Mrs. H. L 892.44 

Edwards, H. L 1,760.52 

Edwards, M. J 373.80 

Edwards, N. F 2,342.52 

Eisenhauer, J. E 1,692.48 

Elford, A. A 524.16 

Elliott, N 588.24 

Ellis, R. W. and B. F 1,163.16 

Ellis, W. F. and B 1,885.20 

Emerson, B. A 847.44 

Emery, G. W 579.96 

Empey, E 599.52 

Engelcke, A. D 1,451.28 

Esplin, H. and C. F 1,231.56 

Evans, A. G 1,527.60 

Evans, F 1,445.16 

Evans, K 1,574.28 

Fairall, A. G 1,037.88 

Farley, F. P. C 2,284.08 

Fanthom, A 540.24 

Ferbey, 1 1,524.00 

Fate, 0 1,391.40 

Ferguson, E. G 825.12 

Ferguson, R. 1,812.48 

Ferricr, E. C 2,369.48 

Ferrier, J. B 834.24 

Ferron, J. F 817.80 

Field, F 570.72 

Finch, A 707.64 

Fisher, O. M 2,520.96 

Fleming, V. G 732.70 

Flowers, P. F 624.00 

Flynn, A. J 2,057.52 

Folk, B. F 2,650.67 

Fooks, J. H 2,763.96 

Forbes, C. M 2,532.60 

Forbes, W 1,470.00 

Forsland, D. B. E 3,139.08 

Fowler, K. M 1,689.72 

Frame, A 6,337.32 

Frame, D. 1 2,040.24 

Fraser, H. G. and D. E 542.82 

Freeman, G 800.88 

Freeman, W 2,213.40 

Freifeld, 0 550.08 

Frith, E. M 2,928.94 

Fuller, A. C 927.84 

Fuller, W 1,927.92 

Gandier, S. H 1,658.40 

Gardner, J 1,314.12 

Gardner, H 1,500.00 

Gardner, R 869.28 

Gardner, V. E 329.88 

Gaunt, L. B 439.56 

Gavin, E. L 1,013.64 

Gavin, J. and M. J 2,243.52 

Gee, B. V 1,870.68 

Gee, C. A. and A 1,646.76 

Gerhart, C. E 1,458.72 

Gibault, G 538.44 

Gibbons, G. 1 714.84 

Giles, A. V 1,304.50 

Gilfillan, A. P. and C. L 578.04 

Gilker, G. K 3,541.80 

Gilson, J. H. and L. E 557.64 

Gines, G. F 927.84 

Ginter, E. W 2,338.20 

Glen, R 1,863.60 

Glenday, M. L 2,389.68 

Good, M. H 570.84 

Gordanier, R 603.12 

Gordon 1 717.84 

Gore-Hickman, T. 0 1,503.60 

Gorwood, M 186.96 

Gostick, F. and E. H 1,993.80 

Grace, R. C 636.87 

Gow, M. E 2,535.92 

Graham, F. J 3,130.32 

Graham, H. A. M 457.72 

Graden, T. W 2,095.08 

Grant, C. FI 2,126.40 

Grant, C. J 835.44 


Name Amount 

Grant, J. H $ 998.88 

Grant, M 1,224.36 

Gray, E. S 2,261.76 

Greene, A. H 1,594.20 

Green, G. P 1,549.92 

Greenwood, P 2,102.20 

Gregory, A. L. 1,675.08 

Gregg, W. J 1,267.44 

Grey, H 470.52 

Grimwood, S 359.64 

Grove, M. W 1,898.88 

Guest, R. L 485.64 

Guild, D. and D. F 2,428.32 

Gummeson, J. V 719.04 

Gundersen, C. E. B 449.10 

Gundry-White, M. E 983.04 

Guy, W. R 1,538.40 

Hackett, M. A 1,525.08 

Hagen, E 376.20 

Hagen, R. G 3,323.04 

Hagerman, M. E 675.48 

Haight, B. N 79.00 

Hall, B. M 728.52 

Hall, J. R. H. and J. E 3,305.04 

Hall, M 1,125.24 

Hall, R. B 1,420.23 

Hall, W. E. G 1,022.04 

Hallman, E. C 918.36 

Hamilton, H. G 294.48 

Hamilton, J. M 930.60 

Hanna, H 1,222.92 

Hanna, L. D 735.00 

Harcus, D 1,158.84 

Harcus, W 2,012.16 

Hargrave, A. 1 914.16 

Hargreaves, J. P 825.36 

Harman, R. L 1,046.16 

Harle, A. T 501.60 

Harrison, V. M. 1,666.80 

Hart, G. M 2,297.16 

Harvie, J 2,213.88 

Harvey, F 1,846.08 

Hastie, E. A 5,090.40 

Hatton, 1 1,505.28 

Haverstock, G. K 2,742.48 

Hauff, G. E. H 2,592.36 

Hawkes, M. E. 1 1,464.48 

Hawkins, K. L 831.72 

Hawkins, K. J. and M. E 4,636.80 

Hay, M. B 747.12 

Hayes, T. A 1,800.36 

Hearnc, A. C 1,535.88 

Heath, H. E 884.60 

Heaton, J. M 1,393.56 

Heeley, W. G 488.64 

Hegan, D 125.04 

Helwig, W 464.10 

Henderson, C., Estate 1,042.32 

Henderson, G. M 1,113.36 

Henderson, H. E 1,214.16 

Hendra, M. F 1,046.52 

Hennig, F 1,479.48 

Henning, W. R 658.44 

Henry, W. F 1,172.76 

Henwood, G. B 1,197.84 

Hewlett, W 1,523.16 

Hickman, A. G. and E 471.60 

Hicks, G. R 618.60 

Higgins, A 1,257.36 

Higginson, M. C 660.60 

Hilborn, R. H 2,090.16 

High, D. D 1,522.56 

Hill, C. G. B 3,258.96 

Hill, H. M. and R. M 2,362.56 

Hill, E. C 1,622.12 

Hodgson, W. E 1,032.60 

Hogan, 0 393.12 

Holben, G. A 1,684.56 

Holdsworth, W 704.76 

Hollenback, M. A 1,597.20 

Hollinshead, G. F 4,210.08 

Holloway, H. E 892.80 

Holmes, A. H 612.42 

Holmes, D 600.00 

Holt, A. M 3,111.12 

Holts, J 1,872.51 

Hokum, F. J 987.96 

Honey, E 794.21 

Hopkins, E. C 1,352.64 


Name Amount 

Hooper, V. E $ 852.94 

Horncastle, G 1,074.83 

Horne, J 1,688.04 

Hosford, A. G 1,131.20 

Hosford, C. J. W 1,508.88 

Howard, W. F 806.88 

Howes, L. M 354.36 

Howson, W. H 798.68 

Hughes, J. L 1,400.88 

Hughes, W. E. and F. E 747.36 

Hunter, J 472.44 

Hunter, M. B 724.08 

Hutchison, J. H 3,591.12 

Hutton, G. A 853.80 

Inglis, A 1,974.60 

Ingrey, H. 439.20 

Isaac, E. M. G 118.02 

Jackson, H 599.64 

Jackson, J. B 333.84 

Jackson, M. E 530.88 

Janssen, J. L .. 1,218.84 

Jarman, J. S 570.84 

Jerrold, D. S. L 780.00 

Jinks, F. H 431.04 

Johnson, M. 377.40 

Johnson, P. W. and L. M. .. 2,104.44 

Johnson, R 521.28 

Johnson, W. C 1,774.44 

Johnston, A. E 756.96 

Johnston, E 439.20 

Johnston, J. H. and E. M 1,978.92 

Joly, M. A 809.04 

Jones, B. M 449.64 

Jones, J 1,544.28 

Jones, M 428.88 

Jones, M. E 1,715.16 

Jones, V. R 1,644.72 

Joughin, C. M 1,806.12 

Jubb, H 1,043.64 

Judge, J. W. 2,756.16 

Kathrens, W. H 1,134.60 

Keal, E 899.88 

Keddy, G. W. T 174.00 

Kemp, D. M. 685.08 

Kent, W. S 886.92 

Kermack, W. A 806.88 

Kew, W. H 1,878.00 

Kibblewhite, E. J 2,905.80 

Kidd, J. M 1,284.72 

Kidd, T. W 1,190.00 

Kidney, E 432.30 

King, G. L. and F. E 1,485.72 

King, J. A 1,230.00 

King, W. M 899.40 

Kinnaird, K. C. A 978.00 

Kirkpatrick, I. M 615.00 

Kitchen, W. G. and 1 1,291.68 

Knight, A. E 1,405.32 

Knight, E. R. and E. W 1,514.76 

Knight, M. J 486.24 

Knowles, H. G 977.52 

Kropp, A. E 1,316.88 

Laidlaw, N. H 650.16 

Lambourne, J. W 1,205.16 

Landreville, R 1,913.16 

Lang, R. S. A 1,581.96 

Lang, W. 1,602.96 

Lang, W. A 4,195.12 

Larsen, N. K 651.84 

Larson, Richard 1,838.40 

Larson, Roscoe 1,160.16 

Lavell, M. F 1,266.00 

Law, W 1,906.08 

Lawton, E 938.88 

Lawton, Mrs. E 1,024.92 

Laycock, A. P. and D. S 1,507.44 

Leach, R 471.60 

Leavit, J. A 924.00 

Leblanc, J. J 2,747.88 

Lee, P. E 518.64 

Lefebvre, Y. M. J 868.08 

Lefroy, R. P. P. and B. J. .. 1,323.12 

Leibbrand, D 279.24 

Le Maistre, W. G., Estate .... 1,699.68 

Leslie, W 883.56 

Lewis, E. R. W 647.16 

Liddell, J 2,243.28 

Lineker, A. H 1,103.64 

Linneboe, J. A. B 1,337.73 


CASH PAYMENTS 


307 


Name 


Amount 

STATEMENT No. 201- 

Name 

Continued 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Lister, L. P 

$ 

2,352.24 

McSweyn, E. E. $ 

536.28 

Nordtorp, A $ 

804.66 

Lister, R. C. and I. T. 


1,070.64 

McWilliam, M. H 

794.88 

Norris, E. F. E 

410.04 

Little, W. J 


1,088.28 

1,399.68 

Macenko, W. and E. M 

1,142.04 

Norsten, L. M 

463.68 

Littlefair, R. M. 


Machon, G 

2,367.60 

Oates, C. A 

100.80 

Livingstone, J. E 


1,720.20 

Mackin, J 

1,078.68 

Oldham, T 

1,422.00 

Llewelyn, J 


391.32 

Mader, J 

1,167.21 

Olson, M 

362.40 

Lloyd, P 


1,010.64 

Mai!, M. and S 

859.20 

Om3nd, F. C 

946.88 

Logan, J. 


673.68 

Mainwaring, A. J 

2,070.00 

O'Mara, F. J 

913.56 

Loiselle, E. A. 


1,857.12 

Makepeace, W. C 

810.84 

Ohrn, H. W 

1,365.72 

Long, C. 


1,634.28 

Makin, A 

1,034.16 

Ormond, D 

907.44 

Longman, O. S. and E. 
Lonsdale, C 

L 

3,993.84 

Malyon, M. W. and S. T. .. 

2,123.04 

Orr, Dr. H., Estate 

1,957.68 


401.16 

Manson, R. 

3,380.52 

Ostel, M 

1,272.24 

Looker, H. 


1,311.60 

Marchak, A. 

312.38 

Osterland, H. S 

1,384.68 

Lord. G. S 


2,514.12 

Margach, D. J 

2,824.08 

Ougden, E. M 

630.00 

Loree, C 


600.24 

Martin, E. 

1,273.92 

Owen, E. E. 

1,917.24 

Low, E. M 


790.68 

Martin, G. E 

617.76 

Packford, A 

2,774.04 

Lowe, J. A. S. 


2,532.96 

Martin, J 

2,683.80 

Padley, A. C 

461.16 

Lund, O. O. 


1,028.28 

829.32 

Martin, M. J. 

709.80 

Page, S. F. 

3,404.40 

Lusted, H. M 


Mash, B. H 

604.20 

Palmer, A. W 

504.96 

Lyndon, C 


356.04 

Mason, A. J 

3,230.16 

Park, H 

2,177.40 

Lyster, E. M 


759.12 

Mason, F. M. E 

986.16 

Park, J 

1,087.60 

Macaskill, A. 


2,428.20 

Mason, W. F. H 

1,910.52 

Parker, C 

629.52 

MacDonald, E. A. 


1,739.28 

Matthews, J. S 

682.68 

Parkinson, F. F. 

2,467.56 

MacEwen, W. H. 


1,217.16 

Matthews, M. P 

264.48 

Parks, R. E 

1,773.00 

MacGregor, H. A. 


4,465.56 

Maxwell, E. E 

1,238.40 

Parnall, H. W 

748.92 

MacKay, C 


1,231.08 

Maxwell, W 

2,187.00 

Patch, J. M 

386.40 

MacKenzie, A 


1,210.44 

Maynard, L 

1,851.36 

Patterson, L. M 

71.41 

MacKenzie, J. 


642.48 

Meldrum, G. V 

2,098.56 

Pauli, A. M 

3,133.20 

MacKenzie, J. K 

MacLaren, H. A 


2,497.20 

Melin, M. C 

353.28 

Pearson, B. M. D 

2,528.35 


296.55 

Meakin, W 

2,170.92 

Pearson, V 

2,022.96 

MacLean, A. 


910.20 

Meister, M. L 

1,504.08 

Peart, A. and I. D 

1,865.88 

MacLennan, M. E., Estate .... 

519.24 

Mercer, L. G. A 

1,820.40 

Peebles, C. J. W 

736.92 

MacPherson, E. G 


1,624.44 

Meredith, V. V 

763.32 

Peebles, E. B 

257.93 

MacPherson, R. R. 


2,459.76 

Miles, K. M 

2,275.08 

Peel, W. M 

2,321.16 

MacQuarrie, J. G 


1,037.04 

Millar, M. H. 

3,171.24 

Pelluet, E. Le T 

1,628.94 

McAlister, W. J 


2,362.32 

Miller, A. B 

1,062.00 

Percival, F. M 

Petley, H 

1,930.68 

McAndrew, J 


1,363.32 

Miller, A. H. and M 

Miller, A. L 

2,890.92 

1,145.40 

McBeath, J. R 


972.96 

2,369.64 

Petley, R 

1,899.72 

McBride, F. A 


1,453.20 

Miller, R. W 

1,772.52 

Petrie, A. S. 

1,710.48 

McBrine, S. J 


617.04 

Milton, R. C. T 

927.48 

Pherrill, R. V 

Phillips, C. E. 

490.56 

McCabe, J. E 


1,002.96 

Mitchell, A 

588.36 

624.24 

McCalla, W. C 


540.00 

Mitchell, J 

833.52 

Phillips, F. S. R 

1,317.00 

McCallum, J 


2,201.04 

Mitchell, M. C 

677.76 

Pidruchney, A 

2,959.32 

McCann, M 


1,106.64 

Mitchell, V. W 

2,601.72 

Pinnell, C. V. 

667.92 

McCardell, W. H. and 

S. H. 

1,158.36 

Monkman, G. H. N., Estate 

1,997.04 

Plowman, P. T 

1,206.48 

McCaskill, J 


655.20 

Moisan, E 

771.36 

Polloa rd. R. N 

1,799.28 

McCowan, H. S. 


738.24 

Moir, M. L 

1,903.32 

Porritt, E. O 

1,667.88 

McCullough, A. B 


619.02 

Morgan, S 

772.92 

Potter, G. H 

1,924.00 

McCullough, Dr. D. L. 


2,726.76 

Morgan, T. 

1,554.60 

Powell, G. E 

1,204.44 

McCully, A. C 


877.80 

Moodie, M. G 

648.48 

Pratley, R. D 

1,087.32 

McDine, C. J. 


196.49 

Moody, D. A 

1,292.28 

Pratt, J. W 

528.12 

McDonald, B. A 


509.28 

Moore, J. H 

1,044.96 

Prest, B. J. 

524.88 

McDonald, J. E 


531.24 

Moore, R. R. and M. L 

6,162.84 

Price, C. K 

675.00 

McDonald, J. N. 


551.52 

Morison, G. J 

569.40 

Price, E. R. 

636.12 

McDonough, R 


2,693.32 

Morison, J. A 

787.32 

Primrose, L 

908.64 

McDougali, W. D 


3,552.71 

Morris, J. P 

1,867.44 

Prowse, A. H 

646.47 

McEachern, G. C 


790.68 

Morris, K. 

924.24 

Pullyblank, C. J 

817.32 

McFarland, C. N 


845.25 

Morrison, C. F 

746.76 

Prystupa J 

617.72 

McGruther, W. and J. 

R 

1,279.92 

Morrison, R. D 

956.40 

Putnam, A 

675.00 

McGugan, A. C 


7,284.12 

Muir, D. G 

2,058.48 

Pywell, E. E 

1,263.00 

McIntosh, F 


504.00 

Muir, G 

2,991.28 

Racette, J. F. R 

3,168.40 

McIntyre, C. F. 


1,596.48 

Muir, J. L 

4,392.31 

Rae, A. L 

77.66 

McKay, A 


397.92 

Mundy, W. L 

813.24 

Rafter, M. H 

1,109.40 

McKay, D. A 


1,472.40 

Murray, G. and M. C 

2,349.72 

Ramsay, J 

537.60 

McKay, K 


1,389.85 

Murray, J 

1,500.00 

Ramsey, J. H 

763.32 

McKean, M. B 


550.08 

Murray, James 

1,169.64 

Rankine, T. C 

1,095.24 

McKechnie, F. E 


962.40 

Murray, J. J. 

532.80 

Rawlings, J 

1,356.12 

McKee, M. F 


780.84 

Murray, T. V 

2,672.68 

Redden, E. E 

1,474.56 

McKenna, C. M 


827.16 

Nash, F. E. 

442.08 

Redmond, J. J 

644.30 

McKerricher, D. A 


1,011.96 

Naubert, J. R 

106.54 

Rees, F. M 

1,662.12 

McKinnon, L. A 


1,183.44 

Neal, C. M 

540.36 

Rees, W. A. R. and L. E. J. 

3,531.00 

McKinnon, M 


974.16 

Neal, E. F. S 

1,613.52 

1,185.36 

Reid, E. P 

384.84 

McLean, A. W 


1,583.31 

Neale, A. T 

Reid, F. E 

2,344.44 

McLean, J. D 


3,533.28 

Needs, E. C 

1,892.28 

Reid, J 

720.00 

McLean, W. J 


1,058.40 

Nelson, A 

2,170.40 

Reid, M. L 

2,236.32 

McLeod, A. E 


550.56 

Nelson, Alberta 

1,034.52 

Reid, W. L 

1,500.00 

McLeod, D 


600.00 

Ness, I. R 

303.36 

Reilly, L. H 

370.80 

McLeod, J. A 


497.88 

Neville, T. J. 

623.28 

Reinholt, R. W 

1,284.00 

McLeod, K. C 


680.16 

Newcombe, A. S 

193.27 

Rheaume, M. R 

1,053.96 

McLeod, L 


742.08 

Newcombe, F. H 

4,842.36 

Rhodes, M. F 

1,239.60 

McMahon, F. C 


1,459.80 

Newman, W. J 

2,449.56 

Richardson, M. R 

1,086.96 

1,887.48 

McNabb, M. M. 


695.39 

Newson, M. E 

1,500.00 

Ritchie, D. W. and Ada M. 

McNally, Dr. G. F. ... 


1,500.00 

774.40 

Nicholls, E. R. and L. M 

1,487.64 

Ritson, E. M 

214.42 

McNeill. I. O 


Nicoll, W 

708.00 

Robb, M. J 

1,892.64 

McPhail, H. and Beulah 

1,794.60 

Nielsen, N. C 

404.40 

Roberts, A. G 

725.16 

McPherson, K. A. M. 


1,047.00 

Nielsen, P. H 

1,296.48 

Roberts, B 

1,396.56 

McPherson, W. N 


621.12 

Nielsen, S. B. V 

232.65 

Roberts, F. G 

585.00 

Mr^n^rrip A H 


957.72 

Nisbet R 

215.64 

Roberts, G 

594.72 

McQueen. E. M 


2.699.46 

Noble.’ A. P 

2,587.92 

Roberts, G. W 

413.50 


308 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 201 — Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 


Amount 


$ 999.24 

Smith, J. K. ? 

1,056.84 

Wagner, A. C. L 

$ 

426.79 

Robertson, B. M 

1,528.20 

Smith, L. G 

2,092.44 

Walker, A. A 


325.20 

Robertson, C. 

1,500.00 

Smith, R. E 

699.00 

Walker, G. C 


1,803.36 

Robertson, H. S 

625.00 

Smith, W. J 

1,660.32 

Wallace, G 


1,500.00 

Robertson, R 

566.76 

Snaunes, H 

643.08 

Warburton, J. H. D 


495.00 

Robertson, W. F 

739.20 

Snyder, b. H 

390.00 

Wards, I 


933.60 

Robinson, E. S 

442.80 

Soderquist, G. b 

2,010.84 

Warren, E. H. F 


398.88 

Robinson, G. H 

351.30 

Soley, J. W 

1,423.90 

Waters, A. C 


2,153.04 

Robinson, L. M 

1,194.00 

Somerville, A 

2,680.04 

Waters, H. W 


3,843.96 

Robinson, N. D 

1,230.72 

Speakman, C. A 

290.04 

Watherston, O. F 


541.20 

Rocke, H. P 

1,794.36 

Speer, M. L 

Speers, K 

1,082.76 

Watkins, E 


1,174.92 

Rogers, G. E 

385.00 

1,096.92 

Watkins, H. B 


3,094.74 


1,113.36 

Spence, A. B. and E 

1,440.48 

Watson, A. M 

Watson, E 


1,313.64 

Ronahan, E. H 

760.80 

Spiessmann, O. G. 

423.36 


895.44 

Roper, C. E 

1,744.68 

Spruhan, G 

191.86 

Watt, A. V 


533.76 

Rosamond, E. C 

397.92 

Stacey, A. V 

464.04 

Watt, W. E 


835.44 

Rose, E. M 

1,436.52 

Stacey, O. K 

2,716.08 

Watt, W. L 


716.14 

Rose, E. V. and S. E 

499.44 

Stack, G 

945.60 

Watts, C 


424.39 


1,061.52 

Stannard, A. G 

1,943.40 

Watts, E. A 


1,143.00 

Ross, H. 

600.72 

Stehelin, A. K 

800.00 

Watts, Dr. E. H 


2,113.56 


2,313.96 

1,939.56 

Stewart, H 

674.76 

Webster, H. A 


1,359.34 

Ross, W. K 

Stewart-Irvine, I 

2,320.68 

Weddell, M. E 


1,201.80 


924.60 

Stillman, C. E 

1,945.56 

West, I 


542.28 


4,311.24 

Stowe, b. J 

1,974.00 

West, J 


978.36 


2,162.04 

Stowe, W. H 

1,606.44 

Wetmore, A. O 


496.44 


1,200.84 

Stowell, C. C 

1,111.08 

Westover, L. E 


1,382.35 

Rudd, J 

1,526.54 

Strang, R. A. F 

523.32 

Wheatcroft, E 


871.32 


993.36 

Strong, O. I. 

1,755.47 

Whelan, M 


1,194.24 

Rutherford, M. E 

363.60 

Stuart, A. J 

1,908.84 

Whitbread, B. J 


3,510.60 


585.24 

Stuart, Helen 

2,025.46 

White, E. W 


4,383.60 

Salkeld, M 

775.44 

Sullivan, A. E. and A. G 

2,703.96 

White, H. G 


1,585.92 


714.36 

Sullivan, L. M 

1,390.32 

White, W. S 


1,062.24 

Sansom, M., Estate 

1,629.24 

Summertield, J. T 

753.24 

Whittingback, G. F 


1,321.00 


1,477.32 

Sunderman, C. W 

Sutherland, Margaret M 

1,944.84 

Wigston, T 


803.52 

Sawyer, C 

1,042.56 

2,180.76 

Wilding, R 


1,150.56 

Sawyer, J. E. W 

636.72 

Sutherland, N. M., Estate .... 

2,009.52 

Wiles, H. E 


1,509.96 

Schell, G. E 

1,645.92 

Sutherland, O. N 

230.05 

Williams, I. L 


1,317.96 

Schuck, M. M 

1,105.44 

Svendsen, A. A 

1,413.24 

Williams, J. L 

Williams, L. E 


206.19 

Scof field, G. K 

1,069.80 

Swann, F. and R. L 

Sweet, A 

3,469.80 


1,244.88 

Scoffield, F 

941.88 

249.60 

Williamson, T. E 


927.84 

Scott, B 

754.44 

Sweet, H. C 

5,529.48 

Willison, E. A 


3,161.55 

Scott, G. W 

1,464.84 

Sweetlove, C. F 

1,217.64 

Williston, A. A 


959.88 

Scott, I. 

634.68 

Sykes, I. A. L 

1,934.40 

Wilmott, F 


1,955.52 

Scott, I. M 

600.00 

Tait, B. and H. M 

2,120.52 

Wilson, C. I 


1,179.00 

Scott, J. M 

1,736.64 

Tait, E. G 

680.04 

Wilson, J. E 


4,413.84 

Scott, M. A. S 

1,880.04 

Talbot, L. G 

1,247.16 

Wilson, M. M 


1,016.28 

Scott, R. and C 

1,532.28 

Tanner, N. I 

1,278.12 

Wilson, W. Estate 


1,404.12 

Scott, R. J 

2,231.52 

Tanner, W. J 

2,030.52 

Windsor, C. W 


709.56 

Scott, V 

2,762.52 

Taylor, G. H 

2,436.56 

Winkley, H 


308.64 

Scott, W. G 

3,696.84 

Taylor, J. L 

363.96 

Winter, L. B 


545.04 

Seagrave, S 

1,220.76 

Tebby, J. C 

854.16 

Wise, M 


777.84 

Seibert, S. H 

1,600.08 

Telfer, A. J 

948.60 

Wobst, H 


927.51 

Sekul, S 

1,768.08 

Theroux, J 

670.12 

Wishart, J. C 


1,080.24 

Sellar, M. P. G 

1,596.96 

Thom, J. M 

4,390.23 

Wood, E 


1,753.08 

Sewal, H 

792.96 

Thomas, J 

2,019.60 

Wood, F. M 


1,676.16 

Seward, A. E. and M. W. 

1,295.28 

Thompson, E. A 

641.88 

Woodman, A. I 


1,416.96 

Shaddick, S 

642.60 

Thompson, J. F 

1,201.08 

Woods, J. E 


1,884.62 

Shaw, M. L 

1,872.48 

Thompson. J. H 

1,679.40 

Wootton, R. 


869.44 

Shaw, N. 

957.84 

Thompson, J. W 

736.08 

Woytkiw, N 


1,875.48 

Shaw, V. E 

444.00 

Thoms, J 

280.22 

Wright, I 


1,428.24 

Sheane, F. C 

1,581.24 

Thomson, J 

784.68 

Wyllie, R. S 


510.00 

Shearer, H 

306.12 

Thomson, James 

886.56 

Yeo, E. M 


2,120.44 

Shelton, A 

253.80 

Thomson, M. M 

768.00 

Young, E 


512.46 

Sherriff, A 

2,412.60 

Thornton, G. S 

452.04 

Young, F. C 


920.28 

Sherriff, R 

1,897.32 

Thurber, L. A 

1,251.60 

Young, F. F 


2,233.92 

Shevchishin, A 

523.20 

Tkachuk, S 

1,191.84 

Young, F. G. and R. L. 


2,884.20 

Shipton, C. T 

302.46 

Tompkins, W. H 

1,161.84 

Young, J 


613.32 

Shnitka, A 

2,914.92 

1,574.28 

Toner, J. J 

1,233.48 

Yule, L. B. . 


2,567.88 

826.20 

Short, J 

Torrie, M. J 

575.28 

Zalizniak, A. M 


Sievewright, A. G 

655.20 

Touchbourne, O. M., Estate 

735.00 

Zaozirny, A 


1,124.64 

Silver, E. L 

1,132.68 

Tough, L. R., Estate 

588.72 

Zaseybida, E 


2,450.40 

Simonson, D. C 

2,807.16 

Tracy, W 

1,372.92 

2,104.44 

705.24 

Zinkan, W. E. 


931.56 

Simpson, R. G. and B. G.. 
Simons, S 

1,020.36 

1,374.96 

Travers, G. D 

Traves, E. L 

TOTAL: Pensions . 

$ 

1,375,571.56 

Sinclair, A 

Sinclair, I. A. 

Sissons, P. M 

Skilling, G. H. M 

Skode, C. E 

773.28 

1,462.80 

698.76 

1.043.76 

1.049.76 

Tremblay, J. O 

Trim, P. I 

Trout, G. K 

Truby, F. S 

Tuck, J. R 

247.44 

642.24 

450.72 

520.80 

1,500.00 

REPAYMENTS 

Sloan, D. L 

Sloan, E. E 

1,671.48 

359.52 

Turgeon, D. M 

Turgeon, J. A. and D. M 

125.12 

1,845.58 

Aarbo, M. R 

$ 

28.11 

Sloman, E. I. C 

599.40 

Turner, A. R 

1,301.88 

Abraham, D. M 


50.00 

Sluggett, L. M. 

424.00 

Turner, W 

221.82 

Acheson, S. C 


3,001.45 

Smart, J. B 

1,126.08 

Turton, W. H 

3,834.72 

Achtemichuk, S 


484.09 

Smith, C. E 

555.00 

Twyning, W. S 

605.76 

Ackerman, G. E 


75.56 

Smith, F. A 

528.36 

Unwin, J. H 

1,624.32 

Adams, C. L 


4.80 

Smith, F. E 

2,803.56 

Urquhart, A. G 

564.24 

Adams, G. J 


777.20 

Smith, J 

1,139.04 

Valens, E. M 

1,946.88 

Akser.chuk, S. P 


108.44 

Smith, J. A 

1,041.48 

Valiquette, C. E 

574.58 

Alberta General Insurance 

Co. 

2,232.77 


CASH PAYMENTS 


309 


STATEMENT No. 201 — Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Alberta Government 

Telephones $ 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 

12,999.55 

1.03 

Bourassa, J. L 

Boutillier, R. FI $ 

Bowden, W. M 

18.00 

131.82 

23.01 

Cogswell, M. O., Estate ... 
Colpitts, L. E 

? 2,884.62 

405.01 

Albrecht, L. F 

23.01 

Bowen, W. I. 

47.07 

Colton, D. M 

76.64 

Allen, B. E 

5.10 

Bower, A. W 

210.66 

Commins, S. D. M 

915.79 

Allen, M. E 

469.44 

Bowness, V. M 

106.68 

Conley, L. S 

636.56 

Allison, A. E 

223.40 

Boyer, C. E 

36.75 

Conn, M. B 

481.70 

Allwood, M. M 

13.00 

Boyko, T 

389.00 

Conner, E. G 

34.50 

Alton, R. R. 

582.00 

Bozek, H 

27.42 

Connolly, L. J 

109.99 

Alverscn, J. A 

88.52 

Bradbury, G. M 

279.11 

Cook, G. A 

2,668.09 

Andersen, J., Estate 

434.08 

Bradey, L. M 

85.33 

Cook, S. L 

10.22 

Anderson, A 

280.55 

Brady, G. E 

951.66 

Coombs, B. R. 

50.00 

Anderson, Allan 

1,210.45 

Bramwel!, P. G 

264.29 

Coombs, W. G 

526.34 

Anderson, B. G 

90.14 

Brandley, C. S 

196.50 

Cooper, H. M 

1,272.47 

Andersen, K. L. 

42.00 

Branigan, J. P. 

49.00 

Cooper, I. D 

17.94 

Anderson, W. M 

252.75 

Braughler, M. E 

84.37 

Cope, A. I 

160.36 

Androschuk, V 

120.04 

Bray, A 

57.23 

Coppock, J. E. M. 

451.94 

Andrusiw, N 

45.40 

Brebrich, B. R. 

234.62 

Corbett, V. B 

357.82 

Angevine, E. P 

310.49 

Brittain, J. E 

362.25 

Cordogan, H. G 

165.34 

Appel, H 

31.72 

Broel, G. L. G 

376.77 

Coutts, I. D 

1,192.52 

Arbour, E. M 

Arksey, O. K 

63.16 

Brooks, M. F 

157.32 

Cowan, B. D 

69.00 

156.66 

Broughton, J. M 

609.31 

Cowan, M. E 

78.19 

Armour, V. R 

556.75 

Broughton, S. L 

269.59 

Creison, A. J 

587.96 

Arnault, V. L 

227.36 

Brown, A. F 

1,540.50 

Cretin, D. L 

103.75 

Arychuk, P. C 

12.75 

Brown, B. A. 

226.19 

Crosby, D. A 

613.98 

Aston, L. R 

1,758.49 

Brown, H. L. M 

180.00 

Crown, M. M 

692.84 

Augustine, E. F 

39.90 

Brown, J. I 

8.35 

Crozier, E. F 

289.67 

Austerman, U. E. E 

458.54 

Brown, T. M 

7.56 

Crozier, W. J 

165.69 

Austin, J 

60.00 

Brownlee, D. J. 

93.50 

Cserhati, L 

Cuff, C. T 

337.00 

Badger, G. G 

77.70 

Brownlee, P. A 

90.18 

2,643.14 

Badry, D. T 

256.16 

Buerger, D. R. 

139.88 

Cuff, V. F 

392.55 

Bajger, M 

30.00 

Bull, F. A 

1,098.84 

Culic, J. M 

63.72 

Bakstad, C. A 

2.60 

Bunting, L. P 

110.14 

Culp, M. L 

145.96 

Barber, D. M 

94.50 

Bures, A. G 

22.00 

Cumpstone, R. C 

69.10 

Barefoot, J. M 

1,617.13 

Burick, H. E 

18.50 

Currie, G 

283.67 

Baresco, J. M 

75.42 

Burkhardt, L. R 

81.91 

Curtis, W. E 

1,576.50 

Baril, M. E. L 

24.34 

Burns, C 

13.96 

Cuthill, M. F 

614.32 

Barker, J . 

106.22 

Busse, B. J 

15.40 

Czajkowski, H. M 

17.00 

Barlund, J. I 

399.19 

Butler, B 

56.35 

Czuczman, Y 

1,329.67 

Barr, P. H 

587.50 

Butts, W. S 

702.75 

Daeley, D. J. 

38.00 

Barron, M. I 

51.25 

Buxton, D. L 

12.65 

Dahl, A. E 

375.12 

Barrow, I. M 

31.50 

Byford, G. A. 

42.82 

Dahl, D. J 

174.50 

Barry, A 

1,414.02 

Cairney, E. C 

288.14 

Dahlberg, J. A 

824.81 

Bassant, G .L 

92.11 

Callender, A. H 

497.29 

Dalby, J. P 

270.50 

Bauer, W. N 

343.69 

Cameron, H. I. 

1,345.72 

Dalmer, S. A 

Dalrymple, A 

27.68 

Bayly, E. L 

206.25 

Cameron, M. C 

99.38 

147.24 

Baxter, G. O., Estate 

2,855.38 

Cameron, M. R 

81.00 

Daly, M. D 

45.00 

Bearchell, T. E. 

460.16 

Campbell, C. L 

449.65 

Damsgard, F. M 

118.10 

Beaton, E. A 

31.15 

Campbell, J. W 

8,840.60 

Davidson, S. A 

49.81 

Beauchamp, J. B 

Becker, A 

176.00 

206.42 

Canadian Medical Retirement 
Savings Plan 

1,847.38 

Davidson, W. M 

Davies, D. G 

824.80 

217.47 

Beecher, P. M 

Beeching, J. J 

507.70 

Cann, C. W 

1,346.98 

Davies, M. A 

130.00 

384.75 

Capron, V. M 

2,320.75 

Dawes, J. M 

64.03 

Beekman, E 

23.55 

Carlson, M. FI 

42.98 

Dawson, F. R 

98.75 

Begieneman, M. C. A 

344.51 

Carne, D. A 

192.38 

Day, G. W 

38.00 

Behm, M 

79.82 

Carruthers, E 

66.09 

Daykin, M. J 

213.53 

Beisal, D. D 

21.35 

Carson, P 

159.00 

Dayman, E. M 

561.00 

Bell, W. W 

2,823.33 

Carter, V. R 

933.85 

De Clercq, V. M 

117.50 

Bella nd, J. R. N 

661.16 

Casavant, M. H 

14.72 

De Hoop, A 

10.00 

Bennett, E 

2,662.87 

Cazacu, J 

.97 

De Jonge, J. 

108.07 

Berg, O. E. L 

183.35 

Chadbourne, K. M 

116.15 

De Weese, J. M 

291.60 

Bevan, M. I 

270.00 

Chahley, H. J 

Chamney, H. J 

9.50 

Deacon, J. C 

1,025.64 

Bevington, B. I 

410.08 

532.00 

Deboon, B. M. 

33.01 

Bezruchak, V. B 

84.00 

Chaney, F. P 

82.76 

Dechesne, S. J 

211.50 

Bidne, K. O 

165.60 

Chapella, T. J 

990.86 

Decoine, J. C 

1,303.29 

Biermann, K. E 

285.31 

Chapman, E. J 

123.01 

Dedio, S. J 

435.22 

Bigam, G. E 

Bilobrowka, V. P 

30.29 

Chapman, R. H 

6.58 

Deijs, P 

66.00 

290.09 

Charchuk, H 

8.50 

Delaney, J 

99.00 

Bilowchuk, S 

315.20 

Charchun, M 

318.12 

Demchuk, K 

104.56 

Bince, A. H 

.77 

Charette, J. B 

3,203.05 

Dencer, R. B. J 

839.08 

Biollo, P. P 

1,023.86 

Charles, M. E 

868.56 

Denney, W. S 

69.00 

Bird, G. H 

99.00 

Chenard, I 

67.00 

Dennis, M. E 

57.50 

Bird, N. B 

23.88 

Cherniwchan, P 

180.05 

Denouden, A. N 

3,748.14 

Bjotge, S. M 

80.00 

Cheyne, P. G 

148.50 

Devries, T 

13.00 

Black, K. E 

303.66 

Chomitsch, K. V 

171.75 

Dewhurst, A 

505.47 

Blake, M. M 

314.91 

Chorney, H. M 

388.78 

Deyle, L 

48.55 

Blize, D. C 

254.04 

Chorney, N 

218.74 

Diachuk, W. W 

1,224.36 

Bobeau, W. D., Estate 

2,557.92 

Christensen, M. M 

123.00 

Dick, D. A. L 

4,607.14 

Bochenko, J. F 

46.38 

Christenson, K. M. 

259.08 

Diduck, M 

155.01 

Bocking, R. C 

1,409.50 

Christiansen, E 

86.13 

Diduck, N. M 

106.62 

Boddy, R. E 

38.05 

Christie, D 

465.14 

Dietterle, E 

334.50 

Bodnarek, P. S 

509.50 

Christopherson, C. J 

22.86 

Dingeldein, K. P 

552.28 

Bodycomb, J. E 

396.05 

Clarke, M. A 

15.25 

Dixon, J. L 

2,977.56 

Bokenfohr, M. M 

136.78 

Clarke, M. L 

645.02 

Dmytruk, N. D 

9.50 

Bolle, A. M 

85.50 

Clarke, M. M 

36.40 

Doan, R. D 

65.04 

Booker, F. A 

464.84 

Clease, A. J 

44.08 

Dobush, M. I. 

1,403.39 

Bordeleau, L. B 

256.34 

Clegg, J 

16.53 

Doerksen, A. S 

62.29 

Boucher, D. W 

21.87 

Code, C. E., Estate 

1,288.74 

Doherty, L. J 

694.25 

Boucher, R. A 

323.54 

Coffin, A. P 

2.70 

Domke, H 

60.69 


310 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 201 — Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Doner, L. E ? 

47.77 

Doran, M. C 

40.16 

Dormaar, J. F 

342.00 

Dornan, C. A. 

162.00 

Doucette, J. M. R 

563.50 

Doughty, S. K. M 

1.90 

Douglas, R. D. 

778.75 

Doyle, J. M 

2,171.28 

Dragland, E. G. 

Drake, M. R 

29.50 

18.31 

Dreger, E. M 

102.87 

Drews, E 

23.01 

Driediger, M 

Dubilcwski, C. J 

278.50 

172.11 

Dubray, F. A 

51.00 

Duchon, G 

78.14 

Dugger, L. H 

127.70 


492.00 

Duncan, D. M 

452.00 

Duncan, S 

22.68 

Dunsmore, J. M. 

146.90 

Dunwald, P. J. 

649.07 

Durling, M. R. 

1,158.61 

Dyer, M. 1. 

128.12 

Dykeman, L. M 

Eastern Rockies Conservation 

162.50 

Board 

168.92 

Edmonds, H. M. 

8.74 

Edstrom, A. C 

16.42 

Eggli, G. I. 

67.63 

Eisfeld, M 

110.39 

Elko, J. D 

8.70 

Ellendt, D. S 

273.91 

Ellert, C. N 

281.94 

Elliott, G. K 

78.76 

Engler, M. 

212.96 

Ensminger, D. K. A. 

72.31 

Evans, M. E 

36.00 

Evenson, J. R 

167.10 

Fadden, D. E 

117.96 

Fargey, E. N 

487.72 

Farquharson, H. I. 

1,659.59 

Faryna, R 

99.29 

Faulkner, B 

20.58 

Fech, A 

374.54 

Fediow, P. 

41.25 

Ferguson, J 

1,930.82 

Fetsch, M. J 

215.22 

Finkbiner, H 

80.80 

Finnegan, O 

490.58 

Flatekval, A. A 

154.00 

Fleming, A. R. 

575.25 

Fleming, J. R 

624.77 

Flewitt, C. S 

1,660.98 

Flinn, A. W 

263.86 

Floreani, N. S 

132.69 

Fluker, A. I 

182.50 

Flynn, G. E 

1,146.83 

Foch, D. C 

92.00 

Fodchuk, H 

44.55 

Folkman, D 

340.53 

Fontaine, G. D 

145.41 

Foothills Health Unit 

1.13 

Forbes, A. J 

1,724.42 

Forbes, C. E 

237.13 

Foster, W. E 

1,739.56 

Fostvedt, V. M 

1,182.35 

Foth, R. F 

277.50 

Fowler, T. L 

56.12 

Foy, M. F 

105.59 

Frasch, M. L 

288.46 

Free, J. W 

2,112.00 

Freeman, A. S 

285.01 

Fregren, M. E 

154.00 

French, A 

323.48 

Freure, C. J 

56.00 

Friesen, A. N 

113.94 

Friesen, I 

166.50 

Friesen, T 

196.25 

Frisen, T. J 

13.75 

Frith, L. G., Estate 

3.20 

Frost, A. M 

227.22 

Frostad, E. D 

46.75 

Fuhrmann, P. I 

1,255.40 

Fulks, M. E 

60.00 

Fuller, M. D 

92.31 

Funk, E. L 

271.21 

Funke, H 

435.61 


Name Amount 


Gaarlandt, R 


62.00 

Gagne, D. M 


298.57 

Gagne, R. M 


24.50 

Gaine, R. 


23.69 

Gainer, A. M 


117.00 

Gair, H. J 


24.00 

Gale, N. V 


42.77 

Galibois, M. A 


196.91 

Gallez, P. L 


1,187.47 

Gamble, D. S 


94.86 

Gamble, M. H 


26.16 

Ganter, M. T 


74.40 

Gardner, C 


57.15 

Gamier, S 


32.00 

Garvie, C. M 


.95 

Gault, G. L 


1,091.31 

Genest, R. A 


30.61 

Georget, M 


156.00 

Gerhart, R. A., Estate .... 


1,228.98 

Getz, C 


75.40 

Gilbert, B. J 


25.04 

Gilchrist, A. A 


72.35 

Gill, F. I 


568.54 

Glacken, I. J 


485.42 

Glenn, C. E 


76.37 

Goard, I. A 


67.27 

Golemiec, D. L 


26.00 

Good, L. C 


333.50 

Gordey, L. F 


515.11 

Gorter, T 


384.45 

Goudie, M. J 


468.42 

Gough, J. C. D 


77.97 

Goulet, Y. M 


149.45 

Gourdine, J. E. G. 


701.73 

Gow, E. R 


176.58 

Grandison, L 


88.47 

Grant, M 


796.19 

Grant, R. J 


739.98 

Gray, H. L 


13.50 

Greaves, J. I 


80.68 

Greber, E. M 


353.73 

Green, B. J. 


57.00 

Greinier, P 


549.00 

Grinevich, O. P. 


227.12 

Grocott, F 


149.01 

Groenwold, B 


205.11 

Grothen, J. J 


52.36 

Guidolin, M. J 


150.57 

Gustafson, M 


23.01 

Gustorf, E. H 


47.31 

Haak, A 


402.25 

Hagen, R. M 


165.46 

Hahn, F. W 


6.04 

Halbach, B. G 


116.01 

Hale, M. S 


199.23 

Halisky, S. C 


266.50 

Hall, D. B 


137.75 

Hamilton, W. L 


181.61 

Hamula, E. V 


3,289.55 

Hanna, B. N. 


146.14 

Hanson, J 


259.60 

Hanson, W. R 


2,235.51 

Hardy, H. L 


122.50 

Hargreaves, J. 


589.50 

Harildstad, S. M 


80.80 

Harker, H. L 


69.76 

Harmenzon, P 


668.06 

Harris, D. C 


252.00 

Harris, D. H 


5.37.02 

Hart, W. A 


1,030.68 

Hartman, E. L 


63.55 

Hasiuk, E. W 


104.19 

Hatherly, J. N 


443.50 

Haugen, G. I 


386.83 

Have, M. P 


80.14 

Hayashi, L 


570.80 

Hayden, L. A 


124.47 

Hayes, B 


48.13 

Hayes, K. M 


575.45 

Hayes, T 


79.57 

Hazelzet, J. P. 


43.10 

Healy, E. D 


369.00 

Heck, D. T. 


618.00 

Heffernan, A. A 


86.57 

Heim, K. A 


312.75 

Heine, H 


31.36 

Heins, S. L 


12.85 

Heisler, D. H 


39.38 


Name 


Amount 

Helman, C. L 

$ 

120.75 

Henderson, A. C 


793.67 

Henderson, O. A 


312.00 

Henkelman, D. L 


171.29 

Henkelman, M. L 


269.72 

Herbert, M. L 


829.95 

Hermann, I. L 


39.70 

Heron, T 


154.00 

Heuser, H 


171.50 

Heyn, A 


1,065.14 

Higenbottam, P. M 


60.00 

Hildebrandt, E. E 


28.50 

Hill, A. M 


11.12 

Hill, M 


28.19 

Hill, M. A 


9.50 

Hiller, S. R 


115.20 

Hilliker, R. E. 


397.01 

Hipfner, R. G 


14.00 

Hippele, A 


22.98 

Hobson, S. D 


453.63 

Hoel, M. R 


463.05 

Hoffmann, W 


950.81 

Hollick, L. F 


120.14 

Holman, I. A. M 


169.00 

Holmes, M. L 


24.16 

Homenchuk, R 


118.32 

Homeniuk, E. J. 


504.27 

Hoogenberg, T 


443.32 

Hoogewoonink, A. C 


30.31 

Hooper, D. A 


248.87 

Hooper, N. J 


1,498.41 

Hoppus, G. M 


693.96 

Horn, K. E 


1,593.31 

Hornigold, I. J 


507.00 

Houcher, E. R. 


12.04 

Howard, N 


78.75 

Howarth, E. A 


164.54 

Howells, F. 


244.25 

Flow left, E. E 


197.50 

Hrudy, W 


152.50 

Huddleston, J. D 


9.02 

Hughes, J. L 


33.10 

Hughes, M. E 


31.12 

Hughes, S. G 


11.66 

Hughes, W 


130.00 

Hulleman, H. C 


214.93 

Humenny, R. K 


104.50 

Hunt, J. T 


57.81 

Hutchinson, K 


394.75 

Ibison, R 


326.03 

Ickert, A 


287.88 

Ireland, R. N 


597.16 

Isaac, M. J 


409.00 

Isett, T. B 


5,914.57 

Jackson, J. L 


177.40 

Jacobs, E. E. Y 


129.99 

James, D. R. 


68.99 

James, P. I 


569.00 

Janke, J. M 


275.43 

Jaremchuk, J. A 


100.69 

Jasman, H. V 


319.00 

Jasper Place Health Unit 


10.03 

Jeffrey, W. J 


15.00 

Jeffries, M. L 


13.00 

Jelasco, G. D. 


240.57 

Jensen, A 


9.99 

Jensen, I. M 


15.07 

Jensen, S 


265.92 

Johns, S 


56.05 

Johnson, C. R. E 


33.01 

Johnson, G. V 


71.74 

Johnston, F. E 


869.04 

Johnston, M. N 


344.09 

Jones, M. L 


248.96 

Jones, N. Y 


501.55 

Jones, S. D 


257.40 

Juhasz, I 


294.54 

Junkuhn, I. E 


167.00 

Jurgens, V 


69.73 

Jutte, G. P 


2,447.30 

Kahl, E 


386.73 

Kajewski, S. C. 


23.01 

Kaminsky, J. J 


23.01 

Kamphuis, R 


4.05 

Kangaloo, A. R 


262.04 

Kapuscinski, F 


112.00 

Kardosh, J. D 


49.04 

Kaufmann, H. K 


29.13 

Kay, M 


141.37 


CASH PAYMENTS 


311 


STATEMENT No. 201 —Continued 


Name Amount 


Kaye, C. L 

2 

149.19 

Keddy, G. W 


85.21 

Keizer, H 


322.50 

Kells, N. A 


248.92 

Kemp, G 


1,945.37 

Kerchinsky, L. M. A 


71.36 

Kerr, I. H 


130.39 

Kerr, P. E 


338.19 

Kerr, R. E. R 


241.68 

Ketchum, L 


5.00 

Kidd, D. J 


1,601.50 

Kidd, M. 1 


119.85 

Kiernan, M. D 


21.09 

Kincade, L. J. 


128.22 

King, L. C 


167.04 

Kinney, D. G 


66.25 

Kirby, W 


122.78 

Kirchhoff, G. G. F 


53.94 

Kirk, M. R 


294.00 

Kirsteen, F 


13.50 

Kisigner, A. A 


878.00 

Kitchen, L. J 


104.50 

Klarner, S. D 


38.00 

Klassen, E. A 


24.18 

Kleinhout, G 


168.44 

Kluemper, K 


41.24 

Kluyt, J 


52.79 

Knapik, T. V 


222.27 

Knutson, P. Estate 


2,499.23 

Kolotyluk, J. M 


142.62 

Konye, A 


265.93 

Koopmans, L 


459.32 

Kooyman, H. J. 


857.96 

Kooyman, W. J 


635.48 

Koroluk, R. E 


287.80 

Kosteriva, K. K 


76.17 

Kotke, H. R 


180.50 

Kovarik, L 


32.50 

Koyich, D. R 


648.86 

Kozak, J. J 


118.20 

Kramer, E 


247.00 

Kramer, N 


152.50 

Krewusik, S. L 


30.12 

Kristensen, J. H 


426.89 

Kristjanson, G 


74.53 

Kroetsch, J. A 


1,003.66 

Kruse, P 


488.19 

Kruys, R. E 


544.07 

Krysko, V. L 


213.77 

Kucher, H. V 


311.25 

Kucher, M 


10.00 

Kucy, V 


927.06 

Kuczmak, A. M. 


78.00 

Kulikauska, T 


607.50 

Kulka, A. J 


408.92 

Kunkle, G. R 


129.17 

Kupershoek, C 


628.50 

Kurluk, R 


1,079.65 

Kuzio, J. M 


165.00 

Kwan, J. H 


130.50 

Kynas, J 


1,768.12 

Kyto, E. O 


361.31 

La Marre, P. A 


22.24 

Lacosta, P. E 


363.73 

Lafferty, F. D 


658.25 

Lamb, M. M 


15.53 

Lang Hodge, M. J 


23.01 

Lange, J 


60.16 

Langevin, R. 


830.32 

Laroche, M. M 


45.00 

Larsen, E. A 


130.50 

Larson, E. G., Estate .... 


3,182.52 

Lauer, P. J 


1,233.51 

Lauritzen, R 


442.99 

Leachman, D. M 


90.00 

Leadbeater, E 


113.79 

Leader, C. M 


70.99 

Leathern, K. J 


692.38 

Leduc Strathcona Health Unit 

7.25 

Lee, R. D 


2,190.09 

Lees, J. A 


476.30 

Lees, J. M 


1,907.22 

Lema, M. J. P 


85.48 

Lenner, S. A 


173.41 

Lieskovsky, S. T 


19.68 

Lindberg, D. K 


655.71 

Lloyd, B 


95.47 


Name Amount 


Loden, S. E 0 

180.00 

Loftin, B. G 

95.92 

Long, E. P 

535.99 

Louis, G 

186.21 

Love, F 

13.79 

Lowe, D. A 

61.81 

Luchanski, C. A 

13.88 

Lundberg, I 

162.57 

Lundgren, V. A 

61.16 

Lunt, G. R 

30.95 

Lyall, W. E 

9.61 

Lymbery, J. R. 

267.75 

Lymburner, A. E 

257.75 

Lynn, R. M 

98.50 

Lytle, W. L 

330.36 

Lyttle, T. A 

78.77 

MacColl, B. A 

46.79 

MacDiarmid, G. R 

378.23 

Machinski, M 

108.36 

MacKay, E. M 

484.35 

MacKay, G. J 

101.68 

MacKenzie, R 

568.04 

MacKey, C 

1,494.37 

MacKey, N. E 

698.83 

MacLean, E. M 

419.00 

MacLean, P. A 

366.32 

MacNaughton, D. A. 

30.47 

MacWilliams, N. P 

129.87 

Madu, P. A 

348.00 

Major, W. J. 

1,520.61 

Malinic, M. T 

89.25 

Malka, O 

98.36 

Mandziak, E. A 

326.43 

Mantik, E. E 

57.10 

Marcinowski, V 

325.54 

Martell, P. J 

6.74 

Martin, E. D 

360.07 

Martin, H. R 

339.25 

Martin, J. W 

334.08 

Martin, T. M 

1,196.62 

Marven, R. D. 

65.00 

Mashford, D. M 

18.00 

Mason, M. C 

276.94 

Mathieu, S. G. 

155.25 

Matthews, M. W. T 

3,057.58 

Mavius, R 

57.98 

Maxwell, R. D 

25.10 

Maxwell, W. R 

48.11 

Mayer, E. M. 

406.82 

Maygard, D. C 

128.69 

McAlister, E. A 

239.51 

McAndrew, D 

711.44 

McAndrew, E. W 

167.18 

McAuley, S. D 

479.10 

McBride, P. A 

30.06 

McCabe, P. T 

132.00 

McCallum, D. I 

McCandless, R. E 

23.96 

39.56 

McConnell, J. G., Estate 

3,968.70 

McCorry, E., Estate 

2,828.52 

McCorry, F. R 

15.50 

McCoy, J 

419.07 

McDermott, M. A 

212.33 

McDonald, S. R 

164.66 

McDonnell, D. L 

126.00 

McDougall, R. M., Estate .... 

106.58 

McDowell, N. K 

22.24 

McGerrigle, I. J 

251.75 

McGibbon, D. S 

9,120.96 

McGown, I. M 

592.44 

McGrandle, J 

343.44 

McGuire, S. L 

15.40 

McIntyre, D. M 

14.00 

McKay, E. M 

353.75 

McKay, W. B 

33.13 

McKercher, E. M 

411.20 

McKinlay, A. E 

460.16 

McKinnon, L. G 

200.50 

McLaughlin, C. E 

10.28 

McLaughlin, E. C 

135.89 

McLeod, M. T 

4.22 

McMaster, E. G 

65.13 

McMillan, A. J 

115.44 

McMonigle, F 

110.25 

McNeil, H. A 

231.00 

McPhail, D. L 

2,631.74 

McTavish, S. L 

145.17 

McWilliam, M. B 

4,632.15 

Mechant, M. E. J 

133.00 


Name Amount 

Medynsfci, M. L 0 173.36 

Mellec, D 119.00 

Mellon, J. C 67.27 

Melvin, C. E 57.05 

Meneley, W. A 974.32 

Merchant, J. T 15,139.99 

Merryweather, C. M. 464.42 

Merwart, G. J 15.51 

Mewha, P. A 2,259.00 

Meyboom, P 643.75 

Michalsky, R 1,310.55 

Michel, S. L 145.00 

Middelman, F. F 15.42 

Middleton, K. E 154.42 

Miletich, M 521.92 

Millard, J. P 45.96 

Miller, M. E 37.89 

Millman, J. E 229.06 

Millman, S. E 452.91 

Mills, J. W 509.50 

Milne, J. B 407.30 

Mitchell, M. L 321.03 

Mizera, M. M 70.11 

Moffat, F. L 373.50 

Moffatt, M. A 8.58 

Moffet, C. E 807.00 

Mohl, J. M 217.74 

Monaghan, T 20.22 

Moodie, R. D 207.69 

Mooney, C. P 32.75 

Moore, M. B 1,606.01 

Moore, S. D 129.82 

Moran, A. R., Estate 2,470.36 

Moran, D. F 745.15 

Morin, P. A 9.73 

Morrow, B. J 768.30 

Morton, J. A 174.08 

Mosely, P. M 161.19 

Mount View Health Unit .... 5.12 

Mudry, E 573.50 

Mulder, C 35.35 

Munro, D. J 433.70 

Murschel, F. E 1,481.46 

Myers, E. F 7.31 

Myers, N. E 1,254.00 

Nachtigall, H. D 410.67 

Nahayowski, M. E 18.00 

Nahorney, H. R 123.49 

Nakamura, G. K 425.50 

Nance, J. L. E 257.97 

Negovich, L. G 124.97 

Neilson, J 118.90 

Nemeth, L 9.03 

Nesbitt, R. E 529.02 

Neuman, H 411.98 

Neville, P. M 389.07 

Nicolson, J 59.56 

Nieberding, R 1,042.37 

Nielsen, E. M 62.15 

Nightingale, J. E 15.72 

Nimeh, R 889.16 

Noak, G. R 47.21 

Nobert, P. M 25.49 

O’Leary, C. S 30.31 

O’Sullivan, M. K 444.55 

Oborne, S. J 230.25 

O'Connell, K. M 51.42 

Oelke, M 1,343.89 

Olafson, E. M 9.01 

Oldring, D. J 48.39 

Olekshy, E 1,203.46 

Oliver, T. W 105.09 

Olsen, N 3.01 

Olson, A. J 249.45 

Olson, B. V 353.48 

Olson, D. A 179.29 

Olson, O. R 82.86 

Olstad, A. T. 40.50 

Onushko, A. E 344.95 

Osadchuk, P 357.50 

Oslund, A. R 358.71 

Ostafichuk, J. A 29.63 

Overman, V. M 70.99 

Pacholuk, E. J 478.50 

Pahal, E. D 182.83 

Palamarchuk, H 64.40 

Pankow, H. M 70.99 

Parchomchuk, E 70.03 


312 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 201 — Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 


229.00 


...$ 3,436.74 

Smart, D. J $ 

352.56 

Pargc, J. C 

86.25 

Romaine, M. I 

6.09 

Smith, E. C 

213.18 

Parry, T. A 

213.12 

Romanowski, A 

144.35 

Smith, M. J. D 

12.58 

Parsons, D 

37.78 

Rosnau, C 

86.30 

Smith, M. L 

158.71 

Parsons, J. j. E 

80.00 

Ross, D. A 

75.88 

Smith, S. M 

88.69 

Pasula, S. A 

346.32 

Roszyk, W. H. 

301.64 

Smith, \V. D 

5.56 

Patchett, D. E 

168.92 

Roth, K 

739.68 

Soloway, D. I 

563.76 

Paterson, R. E 

57.50 

Roth. R. W 

45.75 

Sparks, T. J 

188.11 

Patrick, D. D 

13.45 

Rothbrust, F 

291.00 

Sparrow, M. J 

465.25 

Patterson, D. H 

182.48 

Rothermel, R. E 

628.14 

Spencer, H. A 

2,737.36 

Patzer, E 

149.32 

Rowbotham, M. E 

876.30 

Spori, W. C 

570.78 

Paul, E. H. 

307.23 

Rowe, S. A. 

464.35 

Springings, S. M 

157.41 

Paul, S. M. L 

18.96 

Royan, E. G. 

203.71 

Sproxton, E. H 

979.08 

Paulson, M. D 

134.75 

Royer, A. G 

107.83 

Spurr, T. S 

224.44 

Paulus, M. E 

297.00 

Rukavina, V. M 

130.19 

Spurrell, A. E 

369.40 

Peacock, W. B 

415.50 

Ruptash, A 

110.00 

Spyker, A. B 

50.04 

Pearce, N. H 

513.45 

Rusaw, H 

294.00 

St. Laurent, M. G. C 

332.91 

Pearson, D 

217.44 

Rusk, N. O 

72.95 

Stabel, I 

232.91 

Pearson, E 

1,205.62 

Russell, F. M 

230.12 

Stafford, M. W 

383.09 

Pedersen, S. K 

161.66 

Russell, G. P. W 

189.24 

Stahl, L 

548.73 

Pell, A. N 

43.57 

Ryan, E. R 

94.43 

Stanchfield, E. T 

350.83 

Pemberton, P. J 

349.66 

Ryder, M. A 

27.00 

Stanger, N. A 

158.00 

Peressini, P. A 

44.70 

Sahin, B. T 

555.83 

Stanley, R. M 

231.50 

Perrin, J. F 

378.78 

Salomons. H. W 

89.78 

Stanners, S. D. 

56.91 

Persson, G. R. 

126.00 

Samograd, A. L 

525.38 

Steedsman, G. W 

2,299.31 

Pester, B. M 

81.07 

Sangster, W 

364.00 

Stell, W. H 

455.50 

Peter, D 

26.79 

Sansom, M 

101.10 

Stein, I 

356.47 

Phillips, M. S 

6.87 

Saramaga, J 

88.00 

Stepchuk, L. G 

56.87 

Philps, B. R. 

590.25 

Saville, T. M 

172.64 

Stephen, N. J. L 

806.00 

Pickles, J. E 

247.70 

Sawatsky, E. A 

97.21 

Stephens, R. A 

79.31 

Pierson, G. E 

351.79 

Sawatzky, W 

246.29 

Steringa, P 

150.75 

Pinder, D. J 

54.08 

Sawchuk, J 

132.47 

Stevens, E. H 

1,871.50 

Pisactky, J. F 

294.5,0 

Sayers, A 

15.34 

Stevens, P. N 

12.59 

Plandowski, M 

23.54 

Scheers, F. N 

879.88 

Stevenson, C. M 

1,073.56 

Plante, I,. M 

181.50 

Schell, G. D 

151.46 

Stevenson, P. A 

272.25 

Plumb, J. W 

979.25 

Schening, M 

22.96 

Stewart, P 

384.00 

Plunkie, R. R 

187.00 

Schiele, G. E 

126.63 

Stickel, W. G 

183.75 

Pohl, S. A 

94.71 

Schlemko, B. A 

59.38 

Stokke, J. M 

118.56 

Pohl, V. M 

48.00 

Schmaltz, C. T 

90.00 

Stokowski, V. V 

177.06 

Pontarollo, A 

45.55 

Schmid, L. B 

227.50 

Storey, E. M 

276.26 

Poss, L. A. 

23.15 

Schmidt, E. U 

358.79 

Strating, B. G 

610.78 

Potter, L. P 

45.97 

Schmidt, H. M 

206.03 

Stromsten, I. L 

368.45 

Pownall, K. H 

426.44 

Schmitke, A. E 

261.41 

Strong, F. V 

206.31 

Prelusky, S 

156.00 

Schnee, J. A 

179.55 

Strong, M. M. 

24.40 

Prenger, K. P 

112.95 

Schneider, H 

375.24 

Strudwick, J. M 

7.75 

Pritchard, H. R 

368.00 

Schoenroth, R 

980.74 

Strydhorst, J 

204.05 

Prochnau, E. E 

357.78 

Scholfield, D 

86.68 

Stuart, J. A 

139.62 

Procter, j. C 

27.00 

Schooler, S. E. M 

190.50 

Suhai, B. E 

40.00 

Procky, R. A 

240.79 

Schooler, S. F 

227.43 

Suitor, S. A 

139.58 

Prov. Treas. General Revenue 

844.97 

Schram, N. L 

47.39 

Svensson, P. A 

17.71 

Proven, M. J 

1.29 

Schram, S. A 

34.57 

Swan, J. M 

554.27 

Prusak, R 

786.04 

Schroeder, R. F 

31.02 

Swart, T 

120.03 

Pylypow, B. J 

18.00 

Schultz, A 

2.23 

Swynarchuk, R. E 

1,161.24 

Quigg, J. F 

185.90 

Schultz, E. L 

76.75 

Sybring, J. G 

338.68 

Rabidou, P. L 

2,531.28 

Schultz, M. E 

117.50 

Symanczyk, G. M 

26.22 

Racher, J. C 

280.95 

Schultz, M. H 

433.87 

Szekula, E 

206.70 

Radcliffe, R. I 

17.32 

Schulz, E 

414.34 

Takenaka, A. K. 

100.66 

Rahko, M. E 

304.91 

Schulz, H. C 

297.57 

Tallon, M. A. E 

58.75 

Rancier, G. J 

3,152.40 

Schumacher, L 

71.89 

Tanasichuk, K 

510.50 

Randall, M. E 

34.10 

Schurman, S. H 

471.75 

Tanton, M. A. 

465.02 

Rankin, A. S 

944.69 

Schwetz, M. M 

33.47 

Tarnasky, S 

38.12 

Rannie, S. F 

222.22 

Scobie, K 

132.48 

Taylor, A. S. J 

243.49 

Raugust, E 

283.99 

Scott, M. L 

585.50 

Taylor, D. G 

457.60 

Rawleigh, S. A 

418.80 

Scraba, M. K 

44.90 

Taylor, K. R 

91.85 

Rawluk, J 

57.50 

Searle, R. B 

305.08 

Taylor, M. M 

270.00 

Rawson, F. M 

7.70 

Sears, S. M 

23.01 

Taylor, M. T 

43.50 

Rawsthorne, C 

31.37 

Sedor, Sylvia 

210.86 

Taylor, W. M 

14.50 

Raymont, E. C 

491.85 

Semenuk, P. S 

54.70 

Teachers Retirement Fund . .. 

35,189.49 

Read, N 

258.00 

Sepp, E. I 

775.89 

Teasdale, L. M 

93.29 

Readner, L 

664.80 

Shanahan, P. J 

70.08 

Tecsy, Z. R 

492.45 

Redwood, K 

456.53 

Shankel, W. R 

30.87 

Teitge, S. F 

674.08 

Rees, W. J 

27.00 

Shannon, F. E 

36.44 

Tellier, H. M 

206.73 

Rehn, M. G. F 

955.95 

Shapka, K 

100.82 

Temple, D. H 

19.00 

Reid, J. A 

420.50 

Sharkey, M. M 

20.80 

Tensen, G. W 

233.75 

Reid, J. D 

81.37 

Sharp, R. J 

1,058.01 

Tews, L. D 

116.84 

Relf, M. E 

9.01 

Shaw, A. W 

64.46 

Theim, A 

117.50 

Remington, D. B 

202.50 

Shaw, R. L 

219.69 

Thibault, M. C. R 

250.50 

Retirement Act Fund 

15,752.01 

Sheehan, J. W 

1,018.62 

Thiessen, M 

132.00 

Richardson, G 

616.71 

Shells, H 

636.00 

Thomas, H. 

104.15 

Richer, B. C 

48.00 

Shelley, G. R 

73.50 

Thomas, K. A 

93.00 

Richman, C. D 

2,780.63 

Sherwood, L. A 

11.06 

Thomas, L. P 

107.11 

Ritchie, R. L 

157.92 

Shilleto, E. T 

43.08 

Thomlinson, J. E 

166.11 

Robb, D. G 

2,111.08 

Sibley, A. C 

353.00 

Thompson, B. D 

74.05 

Roberts, J 

582.34 

Sikora, F. M 

1,429.00 

Thompson, G. M 

15.40 

Robertson, C. S 

285.00 

Silver, R. L 

92.81 

Thompson, H. G. L 

183.58 

Robillard, A 

157.50 

Skelton, R. S 

773.25 

Thomsen, E. M 

43.62 

Robinson, M. S 

210.39 

Skidmore, B. M 

439.76 

Thomson, K. M 

459.93 

Robinson, R 

210.42 

Skworoda, W. .. . 

930.17 

Thomson, M. J 

46.00 

Rocque, M. E 

452.94 

Slimm. P 

497.40 

Thomson. R. A 

282.70 


CASH PAYMENTS 


313 


Name 

Throndson, T. P $ 

Tingley, M. C 

Tochnor, N. J. R 

Tod, M. L 

Tomkinson, R. C 

Tomlinson, R. E 

Tompkins, J. C 

Toth, M. H. R 

Tradgeon, J. F 

Tsujita, J. A 

Turyk, O. J 

Twaddle, E. J 

Twerdochlib, R. R 

Tymkow, R 

Underwood, R. V 

University of Alberta 

University of Alberta Hospital 

Urkow, M. M 

Usher, G. H 

Usherwood, E. W 

Vale, R. H 

Valpy, V. J 

Van Der Veen, R 

Van Ee, R 

Van Eerden, G 

Van Es, J 

Van Ewyk, C. W 

Van Oene, L 

Vanause, M. D 

Vanden Brink, J. A 

Vanden Brink, J. B 

Vander Heide, H 

Vanderhoef, A. M 

Vanderkley, B. F., Estate 

Vanderkley, F. N. T 

Vaneldik, J. F 

Vant Wout, J 

Vatne, S. A 

Vienot, V. L 

Verbeek, G. A 

Verhesen, P. F 

Verhun, N 

Verokosky, I. A 

Verrier, A. J 

Villeneuve, L. M 

Villett, L. S 

Vincent, M. A 

Visscher, G 

Vok, P 

Wackett, T 

Wagenbouer, H. A. 

Walker, A. P 

Walker, D. A 

Walker, D. G 

Walker, L. L 


STATEMENT No. 201 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 


Amount 

105.40 

Walker, P 

.$ 132.02 

Wohlgeschaffen, R 

■$ 

224.00 

137.16 

Walla tor, P. M 

77.71 

Wolk, V. E 


219.03 

58.85 

Walters, T. C 

403.15 

Wolokoff, P 


1,305.81 

503.01 

Walton, D. M 

210.84 

Wood, M. E 


76.00 

239.48 

Wanagas, G. M 

877.48 

Woodcock, G. R 


71.12 

191.87 

Ward, G. M 

84.63 

Woodridge, D. M 


99.56 

253.32 

53.75 

Wardach, J. 

Waring, S. M 

565.19 

206.80 

Woods, M 

Workmen’s Compensation 


100.84 

233.45 

Warne, J. M 

155.83 

Board 


42.00 

141.82 

Warner, A. E 

6.87 

Woytovich, N 


415.00 

248.75 

Warner, R. M 

147.72 

Wray, M 


198.25 

127.01 

Watt, J. C 

682.56 

Wright, D. P 


100.25 

38.04 

Watters, D. A 

1,178.77 

Wright, Dr. V. W 


9,000.00 

538.29 

Weber, E. R 

240.00 

Wudel, H. F 


320.95 

492.53 

Weeks, G 

9,716.03 

Wunch, V. E 


72.00 

1,346.71 

Wegenast, h 

94.12 

Wyant, F. S 


124.60 

368.19 

Weicker, G. M 

53.29 

Wychopen, H. A 


41.40 

133.06 

Weir, S 

250.60 

Wyness, P. P 


466.00 

92.73 

Weiss, B. A. M 

565.19 

Wynnychuk, E. M 


511.15 

389.38 

Welburn, M 

31.74 

Yakimishyn, D. A 


28.79 

465.54 

Wells, S. G 

217.25 

Yamkovy, H 


696.16 

112.73 

Welsh, G. W 

408.75 

Yanow, J 


700.00 

82.25 

Werkman, H. J 

380.02 

Young, E. D 


597.25 

166.49 

Westby, O 

33.52 

Young, J. E 


14.05 

113.83 

Wetzel, H. M 

12.00 

Young, J. T 


144.00 

380.51 

White, A. E 

137.50 

Young, M. R 


5.35 

59.27 

White, H. W 

834.10 

Zabok, B. J 


194.38 

322.67 

Wiebe, W 

49.82 

Zaboschuk, N 


161.82 

23.00 

Wiedman, D. A 

154.11 

Zadumirsky, E 


2.00 

696.43 

Wiens, K 

241.93 

Zagorc, J 


530.18 

101.73 

Wigger, B. H 

96.72 

Zandbergen, A 


227.29 

33.71 

Wilbur, R. G 

96.47 

Zandbergen, J 


570.78 

618.00 

Wilcott, C. R 

31.52 

Zaporzan, H. D 


888.16 

1,769.68 

Wildam, H 

704.36 

Zdrill, S. R 


78.20 

150.50 

Wiley, T 

31.99 

Zeissler, M. D 


273.36 

366.25 

WUhauk, P. F 

22.62 

Zelman, R. J 


310.57 

224.89 

Williams, C. H 

Williams, D. H., Estate 

325.22 

Zimmer, W 


13.75 

370.90 

2,916.91 

Zirk, G. E 


143.02 

407.66 

92.07 

Williams, G. D 

Williams, G. J 

103.18 

208.29 

Zwart, N 


3.80 

549.57 

12.50 

407.43 

617.60 

304.59 

96.13 

252.23 

Williams, H 

Williams, J. L 

Williamson, H. D 

Williamson, J. E 

Willis, M. L 

Willows, D. T. M 

Willson, H. I 

88.20 

388.00 

522.47 

345.42 

2,521.71 

45.84 

529.15 

TOTAL: Repayments ... 

SUMMARY 

Pensions to pensioned 


565,455.97 

6.48 

1,025.00 

Wilson, B. S 

Wilson, D. M 

511.81 

170.82 

employees 

Repayments due to employees 


1,375,571.56 

313.69 

1,019.39 

Wilson, E. E 

Wilson, G. W 

268.28 

12.42 

leaving the service 


565,455.97 

245.25 

478.75 

61.24 

37.04 

Wilson, J 

Wilson, K 

Wiltse, L. M 

Wittmeier, E 

20.77 

448.61 

448.72 

135.16 


* 

1,941,027.53 


314 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 202 

Government of the Province of Alberta 

PAYMENTS UNDER TEMPORARY PROVINCIAL EMPLOYEES 
RETIREMENT ACT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1962 
ANNUITIES 


Name Amount 


Albrecht, A 


1,559.34 

Attrell, S. N. N 


3,534.71 

Baker, J. R 


2,152.72 

Bieraugel, A. L. 


3,629.70 

Bolduc, J 


2,338.22 

Borsboom, K 


2,723.76 

Cairney, W 


2,504.16 

Clifton, J. E 


500.00 

Conner, T 


2,709.52 

Cranston, N 


2,020.30 

Croswell, W. J 


3,324.42 

Cunningham, A. P 


1,620.14 

Dahl, T. C 


3,194.37 

Dali, D. D 


625.00 

Davies, E 


250.00 

Donelon, P. 


2,342.00 

Falkenberg, C. F 


3,785.62 

Finnebraaten, E 


1,291.72 

Godfrey, R. J 


3,772.94 

Gordanier, R 


4,196.88 

Greaves, T 


3,232.64 

Gregorwich, J. E 


2,470.92 

Gurjel, S 


2,397.68 

Haddock, H 


2,591.46 

Hailing, H. L 


2,327.60 

Haskell, F. A 


2,443.60 

Henderson, E. E 


7,128.58 

Herman, G. A 


3,698.9 6 

Holterman, A 


400.00 

Hooper, G. F. S 


2,030.32 

Hosker, J. T 


2,367.66 

Jones, D 


1,911.68 

Jones, Daniel 


2,677.92 

Kapitski, W 


2,178.86 

Koch, H 


1,676.40 

Landry, J. D 


2,804.62 

Leclair, I 


85.00 

Lien, J 


2,963.32 

Lister, A. L 


1,940.00 

Lowes, C. E 


2,711.02 

MacArty, H., Estate 


1,426.32 

MacLellan, J. D 


1,271.38 

Mathers, E. G 


4,422.60 

McDonald, G. A., Estate . 


2,611.72 

McKee, T 


2,465.12 

McKee, L. A. H 


2,245.72 

McKeen, C. M 


3,184.92 

McKitrick, E 


347.32 

Monson, M. B 


2,230.10 

Moore, V. E 


1,838.20 

Muntz, O 


2,685.82 

Muttart, D 


1,000.00 

Nelson, E. R 


2,950.82 

Nimcan, J 


1,530.92 

Ouellette, J. A., Estate 


6,133.96 

Owen, J 


3,732.88 

O’Brien, T 


4,404.64 

Peel, D. L 


1,653.04 

Phillips, A. B 


2,343.46 

Ringrose, E 


2,174.32 

Schneider, A 


3,885.96 

Scott, M 


2,464.19 

Shand, C. J 


2,416.26 

Shorrock, F 


2,968.82 

Sinclair, A. C 


2,941.41 

Starcher, O 


1,878.16 

Stephen, A. R 


2,761.78 

Stevenson, D 


2,725.36 

Templeton, H. M 


200.00 

Wadsworth, G 


75.00 

Wihnan, D 


2,310.00 

Total: Annuities 

...$ 

173,393.96 


REPAYMENTS 

923.49 
645.16 


Name Amount 

Albridge, M $ 344.01 

Alford, W. E 682.56 

Bauer, H. D 504.77 

Beebe, H. L 267.35 

Bennett, A. M 193.91 

Blomgren, L. A 144.28 

Boyden, S. U 165.57 

Brendzau, M 697.62 

Browne, W. R 1,624.46 

Bryson, D. L 160.03 

Bunnah, L. C 647.46 

Burton, W. H. Estate 973.67 

Cass, I. J 364.31 

Chalifoux, B. D 106.56 

Chinook Health Unit 136.73 

Clifton, J. E 100.00 

Coffin, A. P 57.08 

Compo, M. 1 129.41 

Cranston, D. J. 111.78 

Croken, G. R 43.75 

Dali, D. D 125.00 

Davidson, E. S 27.77 

Davies, E 50.00 

Davis, J 262.64 

Donaldson, L. S 269.43 

Drumheller Health Unit 493.46 

Duce, L. L 108.88 

Dupre, W 3,367.54 

Ehrman, L. R 148.40 

Ellis, J. E 174.23 

Evans, S. D 646.95 

Featherstonehaugh, N. E 797.34 

Flanagan, A. V 310.94 

Flathers, A 1,067.69 

Fleming, R. M 210.95 

Furgeson, H. M 59.58 

Giesinger, R. M. G 1,206.30 

Golby, W. E 18.56 

Gordon, J. D 577.73 

Gray, F. A 262.08 

Green, B 57.00 

Green, E. U 596.78 

Gron, K. A 2.96 

Haak, A. J 113.12 

Hansen, G. E 181.85 

Harper, M. J 372.01 

Hawkes, F. M 445.78 

Heavener, A. W 79.81 

Heffel, A. B 170.76 

Hillman, C. C .20 

Hodgson, F. A 780.90 

Hoffman, R. L. E 261.84 

Hoi la us, E 123.32 

Holmes, J. L. K 83.87 

Holowach, V. L 441.69 

Holterman, A 50.00 

House, E 776.82 

Huck, L. A 490.16 

Jakeman, B. C 100.00 

Jasper Place Health Unit 57.00 

Jennett, W. H 1,231.13 

Jennings, H. M. 318.33 

Johnston, C 586.14 

Johnston, M. M 432.34 

Johnstone, C 11.00 

Kelliher, M. A 546.10 

Kidd, E. G 87.51 

Kinsman, R. M 106.01 

Kreye, S. J 574.94 

Landry, J 20.00 

Lang, N. D. F 63.14 

Larsen, D. E 246.31 

Leclair, 1 170.00 

Lefebvre, J. M 1,773.61 

Leigh, J. C 40.09 

Lister, A. L 165.00 

Llewellyn, G. B 126.84 

Lorentz, C 343.14 

Lorentz, F. M 246.49 

Lucas, K. G 437.87 


Name Amount 

Lund, T. S $ 28.29 

Lunty, D. H 308.61 

MacKey, E 856.04 

Main, E. M 879.74 

McCarthy, 1. M 95.63 

McKeen, C. M 60.00 

McLeod, F 464.91 

Melhus, N. S 512.50 

Mesoks, E. M 644.63 

Metz, S. B 544.16 

Miller, B. M 239.70 

Miller, K. M 1,384.76 

Miyashita, T 1,157.08 

Mohr, J 593.69 

Moss, B. P 63.97 

Municipal Nursing Services 

Trust Account 148.92 

Musteca, H. M 493.46 

Muttart, D 125.00 

Neville, F. R 71.97 

Olsen, M. 0 355.43 

Piche, G. D 131.46 

Pope, J. P 562.86 

Popyk, S 46.90 

Powell, S. J 315.71 

Provincial Treasurer refunds 

of over contributions 28.00 

Public Service Pension Act .... 19,501.85 

Ralston, F. W 322.46 

Richards, M 144.28 

Richardson, G. S. M 247.83 

Rosfield, M. E 206.89 

Ross, J. M 522.97 

Ryan, E. M 656.01 

Salzsauler, M. 1 267.51 

Sansom, 1 854.19 

Schurman, C. L. 145.83 

Scodellaro, S. M 1,153.97 

Smart, H. E 927.20 

Smith, J. H 415.15 

Spratt, E. V. A 245.23 

Starcher, 0 160.92 

Stephenson, R. A. 159.25 

Stera, G. G 626.16 

Stony Plain-Lac Ste. Anne 

Health Unit 854.19 

Stowe, D. H 159.17 

Swart, J. B 99.91 

Templeton, H. M. R 1.15 

Treichel, B 65.52 

Trempner, G. A 96.05 

Trenerry, W. G 72.02 

Tywoniuk, S. J 290.51 

Ulderink, J. A 303.38 

University of Alberta 3,061.07 

University of Alberta Hospital 892.62 

Von Richthofen, G 602.90 

Wadsworth, G 150.00 

Walz, A. N 269.73 

Waritsky, W. M 25.00 

Wickberg, A. E 268.99 

Wihnan, D 180.00 

Wilson, J. E 92.00 

Workmen’s Compensation 

Board 1,229.33 

Woronchak, B 141.20 

Yakubiec, M. P 60.29 


TOTAL: Repayments 77,507.44 


SUMMARY 
Annuities to retired 

employees # 173,393.96 

Repayment due to employees 

leaving the service 77,507.44 


$ 250,901.40 


Alberta Liquor Control Board $ 
Albrecht, K. A. F 


CASH PAYMENTS 


315 


Government of the Province of Alberta 


STATEMENT No. 203 


PAYMENTS TO MUNICIPALITIES, INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS 

for supplies or services rendered, including payments out of Queen’s Printer’s Advance, Highways and Public Works 
Stock Advance and other statutory funds arranged in alphabetical order to show the total amount received by each payee, 
for the year ended March 31, 1962: 


Name Amount 

A-l Business Services Ltd $ 1,038.32 

A. and B. Steel and 

Aluminum Co 903.40 

A.B.C. Press 2,234.82 

A.C. Rubber Manufacturing 

Co. Ltd 2,130.19 

A. I. Distributors Ltd 2,187.60 

A.I.M. Steel Ltd 384,320.92 

Aabrite Nursing Home 801.50 

Abbey, K. R 856.16 

Abbott Laboratories Ltd 4,389.66 

Abrey, R. E 1,165.00 

Accurate Exploration 815.00 

Ace Machine Tool Co. Ltd. .. 1,814.40 

Achtemichuk, E 511.55 

Achtemichuk, J 530.00 

Acker Drill Co. Inc 602.14 

Acklands Ltd 81,184.74 

Ack’s General Store 1,989.80 

Acme Fast Freight Inc 562.35 

Acme Novelty Ltd 2,707.57 

Acme Steel Company of 

Canada Limited 1,087.97 

Acorn, C 1,934.00 

Acorn, M. C 2,448.00 

Acousticon Hearing Centre .. . 593 31 

Adachi, E 838.25 

Adam, A 602.88 

Adam, L. I., Construction .... 9,888.25 

Adamix Concrete and 

Construction Co. Ltd 577.50 

Adams, D 3,389.00 

Adams, R. W 1,265.08 

Adams Transport 1,506.05 

Adamson, M. L 7,138.23 

Adamson Motors Limited 951.11 

Adby Construction and 

Transport Co. Ltd 4,190.75 

Adby Sand and Gravel Ltd. .. 5,917.17 

Addley, M 1,451.60 

Addressograph Multigraph of 

Canada Ltd 11,446.47 

Adshead, P. C 1,731.52 

Advance Lumber Co. Ltd 2,498.36 

A,gent General’s Office 22,591.26 

Agricultural Institute of 

Canada 1,111.00 

Ahlstrom, P 1,809.10 

Aiello, Dr. E 806.90 

Aiken, Dr. J. B 2,105.00 

Airspray Ltd 28,129.78 

Airth, A. and Sunstrum, 

J. A 900.00 

Aitken, G. M 660.80 

Ajax Engineers Ltd 4,107.00 

Akins, A 736.38 

Albert, B 1,922.15 

Alberta Alarm Co 5,695.00 

Alberta Beauty School 608.75 

Alberta Bedding Co 11,508.94 

Alberta Brake and Clutch 

Ltd 2,681.40 

Alberta Caretakers Supplies .. 16,794.97 

Alberta Chiropractic 

Association 51,676.70 

Alberta Clay Products 3,346.50 

Alberta Co-op Wholesale 

Association Ltd 8,926.18 

Alberta Coal Co 1,229.75 

Alberta College 2,267.03 

Alberta Concrete Breakers .... 660.60 

Alberta Country Life 2,649.65 

Alberta Dental Association .... 250,227.40 

Alberta Distillers Ltd 2,809.34 

Alberta Drafting and 

Blueprint Co 3,655.23 

Alberta Electrical Supplies 

Ltd 56,751.53 

Alberta Flour and Feed 730.90 

Alberta Gas Trunk Line 

Company Limited 2,911.85 


Name Amount 

Alberta General Insurance 

Co $ 137,604.46 

Alberta Glass Products Ltd. .. 1,421.62 

Alberta Government 

Telephones 364,364.13 

Alberta Hail Insurance Board 901.49 

Alberta Institution for Girls 

Benevolent Trust 1,997.85 

Alberta Laundry Co 828.50 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 23,878.57 

Alberta Marble and Tile Co. 

Ltd 711.08 

Alberta Motor Boat Co. Ltd. 6,123.47 

Alberta National Drug Co. 

Ltd 41,936.35 

Alberta Nurseries 2,475.73 

Alberta Oil Tool Co. Ltd 3,609.35 

Alberta Paint and Glass 5,208.60 

Alberta Pine Products 12,016.30 

Alberta Poultry Marketers 

Ltd 11,703.45 

Alberta Protestant Home for 

Children 6,055.00 

Alberta School and Office 

Furniture 3,515.00 

Alberta Stamp and Marking 

Co 4,896.19 

Alberta Stock Yards Co. 

Ltd 1,108.00 

Alberta Supply Co 2,206.54 

Alberta Testing and 

Inspection Co. Ltd 5,178.88 

Alberta Tire and Retreading 

Co. Ltd. 4,295.76 

Alberta Tire and Tractor 

Equiment Ltd 5,151.03 

Alberta Tract and Roller Ltd. 696.00 

Alberta Tractor Parts Ltd 5,252.02 

Alberta Trailer Sales Ltd 36,474.62 

Alberta Valve Specialties Ltd. 1,185.95 

Alberta Venetian Blinds 632.40 

Alberta Welding Ltd 1,639.45 

Alberta Western Wholesale 

Lumber Ltd 1,674.98 

Alberta Western Post and 

Timber Treating Ltd 581.49 

Alberta Wheat Pool 12,778.73 

Albertan Job Press 966.08 

Albertan Printers Ltd 1,211.58 

Albert’s Auto Body Co. Ltd. 4,565.02 

Albert’s Sales and Service 

Limited 1,070.43 

Albrecht, H. S 674.28 

Albrecht Construction Ltd 1,228.50 

Alchem Ltd 12,879.95 

Aldrick, C. S 1,083.70 

Aldridge, O. H 559.50 

Alexander, J. L 1,247.80 

Alexander, J. M 920.00 

Alexander Bag and Barrel 

Ltd 692.10 

Alfer, J 798.50 

Allam, H 980.00 

Allan, W. C 926.83 

Allan and Johnston 575.14 

Allan Builders Supplies Ltd. 1,465.19 

Allard, Dr. C. A 5,669.00 

Allard, Boileau and Pisesky .. 1,247.50 

Allarie, A 793.37 

Allen, E. A 1,593.00 

Allen, M 677.00 

Allen, R 747.85 

Allen, Mrs. R 795.00 

Allen, T 559.50 

Allen, J. M., Construction 

Ltd 1,691.00 

Allen, Thomas, Ltd 11,231.62 

Allert, H. H 550.00 

Allied Brake and Clutch Ltd. 4,139.47 

Allied Chemical Canada Ltd. 2,372.36 

Allied Chemical Services Ltd. 64,185.43 


Name Amount 

Allied Equipment Rentals 

Ltd g 1,605.80 

Allied Equipment Rentals 

Northern Ltd 3,437.12 

Allied Propane 1,440.22 

Allied Tools Ltd 763.43 

Allin Clinic 16,284.00 

Allison, K 998.10 

Aim, W. A 707.70 

Aloisio, M 678.40 

Alpha Jersey Dairy 24,964.03 

Alpha Milk Co 3,875.50 

Alpine Contractors Ltd 4,773.76 

Al’s Exchange 1,046.88 

Alsto Distributors Ltd 2,297.83 

Alta-West Construction Ltd. 870,057.60 

Altenburg, W 621.74 

Alton, D. M 3,500.00 

Alton, Dr. J. D. M 822.00 

Ambass-A-Dor Sales Limited 4,742.00 

Ambassador Books Ltd 3,606,83 

Amco Equipment Ltd 4,083.06 

American Air Filter of 

Canada Ltd 1,510.03 

American Biltrite Rubber Co. 

(Canada) Ltd 1,381.55 

American Brass and 

Aluminum Foundry Ltd. .. 661.59 

American Can Co. Ltd 14,042.01 

American Chemical Society .. 1,354.35 

American Motors Canada Ltd. 93,097.36 

American News Co. Ltd 785.95 

American Optical Co. Canada 

Ltd. 6,464.75 

American Society for Testing 

Materials 522.05 

American Standard Products 

Canada Ltd 4,058.50 

American Sterilizer Co. of 

Canada Ltd 3,674.65 

Amer’s Radiator Service 615.94 

Ames, C. T 1,785.50 

Ames Brothers 2,854.00 

Anaesthetic Associates 11,171.70 

Anaesthetic Services 15,497.50 

Anaesthetic Service Associates 11,774.40 

Anchor Construction Ltd. . .. 2,728.00 

Anderberg and Sons Drilling 

Ltd 1,124.80 

Anderberg, Bros 690.55 

Anderson, A 578.80 

Anderson, Dr. A. R 2,371.00 

Anderson, Ed 2,585.00 

Anderson, Ervin 1,251.15 

A.nderson, E. R 697.90 

Anderson, E. W 641.00 

Anderson, G 532.24 

Anderson, H 925.00 

Anderson, H. A 500.00 

Anderson, H. T 1,627.50 

Anderson, J 850.00 

Anderson, Mrs. J 560.00 

Anderson, Dr. J. 0 1,444.50 

Anderson, M 682.00 

Anderson, V. A 3,500.00 

Anderson, W. S 4,995.43 

Anderson, C. J., Sewall, 

C. H. and Veiner, H 840.00 

Anderson Drug 1,486.76 

Anderson, E. L. and Swanson, 

O. V 4,577.85 

Anderson Lumber Company 

Limited 4,108.80 

Anderson Oil Transport 3,530.76 

Anderson’s, E. H., General 

Store 576.00 

Andison, W 571.41 

Andrews, D 592.27 

Andrews and McLaughlin 

Funeral Chapel 810.00 

Andrews Hardware 636.48 


316 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Name 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Andriaschuk, S. M $ 

940.40 

Atlantic Steel Corporation ... 

* 

12,575.14 

Banks, R. L. and Associates 

4,186.10 

Andriuk, E 

774.86 

Atlas Book Binding 


15,701.63 

Banting, L. A 

1,568.16 

Andriuk, J 

1,530.00 

Atlas Demolition Limited ... 


1,100.00 

Bapco Paint Supply 

739.61 

Andronyk, J 

709.50 

Atlas Finance and Realty 



Baptist, E 

1,742.10 

Andy’s B.A. Service 

837.77 

Corporation Ltd 


696.25 

Baptist Haven of Rest 

650.00 


1,237.00 

Atlas Lumber Co 


27,422.02 

Bar-N-Bar Ranching Co. Ltd. 

185,000.00 


520.00 

Atomic Energy of Canada 



Baraniuk, J 

629.30 



Ltd 


14,700.74 

Barber, D 

1,068.15 



Atsinger, J 


3,620.00 

Barber-Ellis Ltd 

96,996.61 


206,875.99 

Attridge and Miller Machine 



Barber Engineering and 




Works Ltd 


1,744.56 

Supply Co. Ltd 

619.89 

Ltd 

12,743.47 

Audet, A 


2,460.74 

Barber Machinery Co. Ltd 

745.81 

Angus, G., Canada Ltd 

13,911.88 

Audley, G. H 


743.45 

Barcol Overdoors of 


Angus Stonehouse and Co 

1,075.00 

Augustynovich, K. 


750.27 

Edmonton 

670.00 

Anker Construction 

6,892.00 

Aurora Airlines Limited 


38,460.98 

Baril, E 

932.96 


506.00 

Aurora Janitor Supplies 



Barker, C. G 

6,149.00 


894.50 

Limited 


1,176.06 

Barmac Construction Ltd 

5,485.62 



Austin, J. E 


579.85 

Barnes, L. R. 

918.35 

Ltd 

7,768.00 

Avison, B. 


1,010.45 

Barnett, B 

745.49 


512.50 

Ayerst, McKennan, Harrison 



Barnett, D. S 

730.43 


11,375.66 

Ltd 


7,266.12 

Barnie’s Engine Service and 


Apex Auto Upholstery 

1,445.32 

Aztec Building and Develop- 



Supply Co. Ltd 

7,783.44 

Appel, V. A 

1,890.20 

ment Co. Ltd 


5,000.00 

Baron, F. A 

730.00 

Apple Blossom Apiaries 

1,665.37 




Baron, H. J 

907.11 

Archibald, W. C 

523.50 


$ 5,388,822.66 

Barrett, Dr. C 

665.50 

Archibald, Dr. W. S 

503.50 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 



Barrett, C 

607.20 

Archibalds Drug Store 

1,175.45 

aggregate 


78,226.13 

Barrett, E. J 

1,362.20 


1,105.21 




Barrett, O 

1,404.17 

Argyle Nursing Home 

3,223.70 

Total: Section "A” ... 

.$ 

5,467,048.79 

Barrhead Clinic 

782.60 

Arkla Air Conditioning 





Barrhead Merchantile 

1 ,848.46 

Corporation 

1,707.76 




Barth and Gosset Ltd 

1,455.70 


2,417.60 




Bartle and Gibson Co. Ltd. .. 

11,072.39 



b.A.M. Electric Motors Ltd. . 


857.03 

Bartlett and Bartlett 

766.70 


1,339,664.33 

B. and A. Service 


646.65 

Bartok, J. Sr. and Jr 

933.50 

Armitage, J. H„ Jr 

634.50 

B. and B. Food Market 


1,736.66 

Barton, G 

923.00 


2,982.40 

B. and (j. Esso Service 


743.12 

Basaraba, M 

750.00 


8,069.64 

B.C. Bearing Engineers Ltd. 


13,279.68 

Bashaw Motors 

3,008.17 

Armstrong, A 

1,700.20 

B.C. Hygienic Distributors 



Bask, F 

1,033.60 

Armstrong, Dr. B 

4,031.00 

Ltd 


1,370.21 

Basnett, B. W., Construction 


Armstrong, C. G 

1,242.60 

B.C. Lumber and Supplies 



Company Limited 

668.25 

Armstrong, C. T 

909.15 

Alberta Ltd 


5,977.85 

Bassie, Kempo, Hochachka 


Armstrong, L 

747.00 

B.J. Service of Canada Ltd. . 


579.60 

and Shewchuk 

11,000.00 

Armstrong, T 

697.20 

B.W. Steel Products Supply 



Baster, Dr. N 

4,944.63 

Armstrong and Selby, Drs. .. 

2,403.00 

Co. Ltd 


3,709.97 

Bata Shoe Store 

1,917.86 

Army and Navy Dept. Store 

70,000.59 

Baalim Wholesale Ltd 


3,882.62 

Bate, T. E., Engineering Ltd. 

119,563.80 

Arndt, E 

1,330.63 

Babala, J 


880.40 

Bate, W. S., Ltd 

2,341.68 

Arndt, H. M 

580.00 

Babcock- Wilcox and Goldie- 



Bateman, T. G 

505.00 

Arnell, M. K 

618.00 

McCulloch Ltd 


30,933.20 

Bates, R. R 

1,851.80 

Arnett, D. H 

1,590.00 

Babich, R 


778.05 

Batt, J. and M 

2,210.80 

Arnett, Co. Ltd 

5,940.18 

Babowal, L 


593.85 

Battle River Construction Ltd. 

657.39 

Arnold Machine Shop Ltd. .. 

1,797.17 

Babranyi, J. and M. 


1,329.50 

Battle River Service 

2,317.53 

Arnold, O. B. and M. M 

533.60 

Baceda, B 


711.80 

Bauers Store 

967.80 

Arrow Lumber Sales Ltd 

8,652.43 

Bachand, W 


520.10 

Baumley, C. J 

618.00 

Art Models, Institute of 


Bachmeier, P. 


1,276.10 

Bawtinheimer, M. E 

768.56 

of Technology and Art 

2,260.00 

Bachs, General Store 


1,662.88 

Baxter, A. G 

1,899.75 

Arthur, E. B. and M 

910.00 

Backus and Stojan, Drs 


566.00 

Baxter, P. L 

618.00 

Art’s Cleaners 

1,139.03 

Bacon, D 


1,067.00 

Baxter, G. H., and Son 

9,579.84 

Arychuk, N 

828.00 

Bader, D 


577.00 

Baxter, T. R., Construction 


Asbestonos Corporation Ltd. .. 

1,437.09 

Bahan, W 


1,207.05 

Co. Ltd 

2,686.09 

Aschenmeier, J 

1,116.18 

Bahnsen, W. 


921.92 

Bayduza, C 

1,120.09 

Ash, A. W 

537.15 

Baik, E 


1,196.95 

Bayer, S 

2,268.35 

Ash Temple Co 

4,445.01 

Bailey, Dr. R. A. 


603.00 

Bayers, L 

1,330.59 

Ashby Distributors Ltd 

3,207.96 

Bailey, S. R. 


917.19 

Beak, T. W 

749.00 

Ashdown, J. H., Hardware 


Bailey Meter Co. Ltd 


8,278.10 

Beale, W. C 

723.60 

Co. Ltd 

76,834.93 

Bailiff’s Honoraria 


7,637.50 

Beamish, W. J 

902.00 

Ashley, P 

637.00 

Bain, G. E 


1,341.00 

Beamish Construction Ltd 

4,782.00 

Ashton, J. W 

1,715.00 

Bain Bros. Construction Ltd. 


211,051.93 

Beamish Motors 

538.48 

Aske, E 

532.10 

Bain, H„ Ltd 


1,851.41 

Beare’s Ltd 

4,829.21 

Aslin, M 

1,277.85 

Bainborough, Dr. A. R 


1,889.60 

Beatty, L. C 

723.00 

Aslin, R 

632.22 

Baird, W 


1,332.98 

Beatty Bros. Ltd 

607.49 

Aspell, B. 

1,070.55 

Baisley, E 


812.50 

Beauchamp, Dr. L. E 

942.00 

Aspeslet, L. E 

559.50 

Baker, F. M 


528.10 

Beauchamp, R. T 

1,102.20 

Asselstine, E. N 

1,177.50 

Baker, G 


1,807.32 

Beauchamp, S. W 

626.50 

Assinger, V 

5,197.50 

Baker, V 


546.00 

Beaudin, Ed 

1,004.50 

Associate Clinic, Innisfail .... 

1,239.10 

Baker Clinic 


21,502.80 

Beaudoin, C 

1,721.75 

Associate Clinic, Red Deer .... 

2,508.90 

Bakewell, J 


610.18 

Beaudoin’s Store 

3,995.00 

Associated Engineering 


Bakgaard Construction 



Beaulieu, M. L 

559.50 

Services Ltd 

1,157.50 

Company Limited 


26,744.84 

Beaune, R 

1,180.64 

Associated Helicopters Ltd. .. 

317,027.34 

Bakken’s General Store 


2,863.50 

Beaupre, A 

2,796.20 

Association of Superintendents 


Bakker, M. O 


1,164.40 

Beauticians and Barbers 


of Insurance 

1,317.80 

Balascak, G. 


1,442.00 

Supply Co 

1,160.66 

Ast, H 

1,080.92 

Baldur Equipment Ltd 


23,918.00 

Beaver Alberta Lumber Ltd. .. 

33,229.99 

Astley, M 

703.50 

Baldwin and Knoll Ltd. 


13,310.77 

Beck, C 

1,660.25 

Athabasca Funeral Service .... 

4,016.00 

Balkan, J 


8,240.04 

Beck, E 

1,210.40 

Athabasca Garage 

909.28 

Ballantine, M. T. and P. M. 


15,000.00 

Beck, M 

1,416.65 

Athletes Wear Co. Ltd 

1,496.50 

Bambush, P 


521.90 

Becker, A 

925.81 

Atkinson, Dr. H. H 

904.50 

Banff School of Fine Arts .... 


4,384.85 

Becker, Mrs. A. 

1,041.80 

Atkinson, M 

1,857.25 

Banff Trail Esso 


973.12 

Becker, R., Hilda 

818.00 

Atkinson, S. E 

11,004.68 

Bank of Montreal 


1,496.90 

Becker, R., Medicine Hat .... 

887.70 


CASH PAYMENTS 


317 


Name 

Beckett and Co. Edmonton 

Ltd 5 

Beckett and Rusk Agencies 

Ltd 

Beckman Instruments Inc 

Bedingfield, H. E 

Bee and Bee Plumbing and 

Heating Ltd 

Bee Line Safety Clinic Ltd. .. 

Beechinor, D. A 

Befus, E 

Behiel, A 

Behrends Bronze Industries 

Ltd 

Bclford, R. E 

Belich, G. and P. F 

Bell, Dr. D. M 

Bell, Dr. H. E 

Bell, M 

Bell, R 

Bell, Wm 

Bell Bros. Transport Ltd 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canada 

Bell Thread Co. Ltd 

Bellerose, P. J 

Bello, D 

Belshers, Ltd 

Bemax Manufacturing Ltd. 

Bengry, J 

Bengtsson, L., Nursing Home 

Benko, N 

Benner School Products Ltd. .. 

Bennett, F 

Bennett, F. G 

Bennett, H. R 

Bennett, K. J 

Bennett, L 

Bennett and Emmott 

Equipment Ltd 

Bennett and White Alberta 

Ltd 

Bennett, L., Construction 

Limited 

Bennett Glass Co. Ltd 

Benoit, J., Trucking Ltd 

Bens Farm Supply 

Benson, R 

Benson Brothers 

Benton, W 

Bentson, O. B 

Bentz, O 

Benny Chevrolet Oldsmobile 

Ltd 

Beny Motors Canada Ltd 

Beny’s Food Market 

Beresnak, J 

Berezuk, P 

Berg, E. G 

Berg, G 

Berg, A. F. and L 

Berg Construction 

Berg Location Clearing Ltd. . 

Bergh, F 

Bergland, L. 

Bergquist, P 

Bernard, Curtis, Hoggan 

Engineering and Test 

Bernrot, H., Construction .... 

Berry, R. W 

Berscht, J. V., and Sons 

Bertram, J. S 

Bert’s Cold Storage Lockers .. 

Berube, I 

Berube, M. L 

Berube, N. H 

Berwyn Drilling Ltd 

Berwyn Supplies 

Besney, Dr. M 

Besney and Boeske, Drs 

Besseling, E. J. 

Beste, Dr. G. N 

Bethany Home 

Bethany Homes for Children 

Bettenson Cartage Co 

Better-Valu Food Stores 

Bettschen, W. C 

Betz Laboratories Ltd 

Beyer, G 

Beynon, R. G 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 


Biafore, F $ 

970.90 

Boileau, G. R $ 

3,646.25 

18,004.33 

Biamonte, E 

Bickerton, D 

894.75 

Boissonnault, A 

1,561.11 


1,368.25 

Boisvert, B. E 

1,763.00 

773.50 


559.50 

Boisvert, J. 

987.65 

9,308.62 

Bieum Builders Limited 

779.50 

Boisvert, B. E., and Son 

9,066.99 

720.00 

Biernacki, T. W 

1,139.80 

Boisvert’s L. B., Store Ltd 

14,397.71 


Big Indian Drilling Co. Ltd. 

1,356.86 

Bolduc, B. D 

1,585.24 

533.25 

Bigelow, M. L 

1,979.30 

Bolduc, M. J 

1,017.45 

1,080.47 

Bigelow bowler Glinic 

6,356.30 

Boles, A. F. and T. J 

2,500.00 

743.00 

Bigg, W. L 

2,962.84 

Bolin, H 

750.60 

561.40 

Bikiwick, M 

972.00 

Bolseng, T. M 

501.35 

3,464,00 

Bilesky, W 

1,198.50 

Bolt Supply House 

714.17 


Bihdas transport Ltd 

7,120.30 

6,382.19 

Bomersback, F 

3,046.00 

938.05 

1,083.75 

Billingsgate Fish Co. Ltd 

Bilodeau Construction Co. 

Bonar and Bemis Ltd 

Bondwood Structures Alberta 

21,896.46 

15,603.21 

Ltd 

775.00, 

Ltd. 

51,670.52 

501.20 

1,735.00 

Birch Fumigators 

559.00 

Bone, W 

2,373.00 

Bird, J 

2,330.91 

Bonette, A. J 

1,080.00 

1,497.20 

Bird, S. P 

502.62 

Bonnyville Gas Co. Ltd 

1,092.42 

2,418.60 

Bird-Archer Co. Ltd 

17,256.72 

Bon’s Tire Service 

1,118.87 

2,056.00 

Bird Construction Co. Ltd 

53,912.46 

Bonus on Livestock 

2.747.03 

Birks, H., and Son 

2,101.27 

Improvement 

6,596.00 

1,207.09 

Birtles, B. G 

6,011.90 

Bonnville, E. E 

662.60 

1,080.69 

901.00 


1,666.70 

2,670.00 

Bonwick, W 

530.00 

Bishop, A. F 

Book ■ Society of Canada Ltd. 

10,440.89 

1,124.75 

Bishop and Johnston 

1,500.00 

Boom, L 

2,976.40 

7,395.19 

Bishop, G. F., Equipment 


Boon, C. W., and Co. Ltd. .. 

3,401.95 

548.24 

Ltd 

1,115.85 

Booth, W. E., Co. Ltd 

1,186.52 

647.68 

Bishops Lumber and 


Booth Memorial Home 

18,778.00 

1,246.88 

Hardware 

4,611.51 

Borden Co. Ltd 

4,187.26 

1,688.00 

Bisell, Dr. E. W 

1,586.50 

Borden, L., Estate 

1,100.00 

1,599.20 

Bissell Brothers 

8,547.35 

Border Paving Ltd 

4,090.64 

796.00 

Bittman, L 

1,039.15 

Borger Bros Ltd 

71,739.17 

1,252.56 

Black, E 

583.90 

Borger Structures Ltd 

6,317.64 

891.50 

Black Gem Coal Co. Ltd 

586.91 

Borle, A 

1,359.83 

1,689.84 

Black Hardware Ltd 

1,557.13 

Borle, B 

1,471.62 

621.25 

Black, Sivalls and Bryson Ltd. 

582.45 

Borle, E 

563.34 


Blackburn, G., Estate 

835.00 

Borst, W 

1,267.48 

22,723.49 

Blackett. J. A 

606.00 

Borstad’s Cartage 

3,632.65 


Blackmore, B. A 

1,560.50 

Bortnick, J 

1,619.00 

1,154,526.45 

Blackmore, C. A. 

Blackwood Hodge Western 

1,560.00 

Boruk, E. 

Borys, H. and W 

1,436.30 

1,143.00 

11,626.37 

Ltd 

3,111.63 

Boschee, A 

1,027.60 

1,049.85 

Blaine, Dr. J. D 

646.50 

Bosnyak, G 

1,971.90 

1,702.80 

Blair, R 

2,126.54 

Boston, A 

674.47 

902.80 

Blairmore Truck Sales and 


Boston, P 

2,437.44 

513.47 

Service 

1,690.52 

Bothamley, V 

1,350.00 

2,410.00 

Blais, L 

559.50 

Bothwell Brothers Ltd 

21,714.25 

3,730.99 

Blais, O 

779.50 

Botnen, J 

1,184.00 

525.00 

Blake, M 

670.67 

Botterill, McKee and 


2,626.80 

Blakeburn, L. C 

1,722.50 

Cunningham Ltd 

1,034.50 


Blakemans Store 

540.35 

Bouchard, A 

1,030.40 

2,603.70 

Blanchard, G. L 

1,019.00 

Bouchard, J. R 

1,042.79 

1,607.17 

Blanchett Construction 

5,863.48 

Bouchard, M 

2,107.00 

1,331.57 

Blanchett Neon Ltd 

1,438.20 

Bouchard, R 

834.50 

522.50 

Bland, G 

1,127.58 

628.00 

Bouchard, Mrs. R 

1,135.00 

6,957.00 

Blaquiere, Dr. R. H 

Boudreau, F 

Boulanger, C 

995.97 

622.50 

Bliek, Dr. A. J 

532.30 

601.90 

694.83 

Bliska, J 

965.00 

Boulanger Garage 

605.56 

1,900.00 

Block and Anderson Canada 


Boulerice, E 

566.00 

2,168.56 

Ltd 

22,677.87 

Boulter, R. C 

7,143.00 

5,261.50 

Block’s General Store 

2,268.55 

Boulton, F. C 

1,215.00 

1,449.94 

Bloemendaal, S 

739.10 

Boulton, J 

620.00 

1,278.00 

Blomberg, D 

720.60 

Boulton, Mrs. J 

763.50 

1,004.59 

Bloom, C. D 

568.25 

Boulton, F. C. and J 

700.00 


Bloor, W. G. K 

701.75 

Bound, N 

851.98 

1,193.50 

Bloor and Sim 

1,500.00 

Bounties for Destruction of 


6,824.00 

Blowey Henry Co. Ltd 

26,397.12 

Agricultural Pests 

907.60 

3,535.00 

Blue Flame Gas Distributors 


Bourbonnais, R 

527.50 

13,142.45 

Ltd 

4,212.84 

Bourlai, J 

641.40 

1,261.00 

Blue Jay Trucking Service 


Bourne, D 

760.00 

2,334.25 

Ltd 

4,676.85 

Bourque’s, F., Store 

3,550.00 

1,996.25 

Blue Label Bottling Co. Ltd. 

1,222.80 

Bouthillier, P. H 

1,637.50 

1,173.58 

Blum, F. J 

1,262.40 

Boutin, C 

1,520.89 

695.20 

Blumes, Dr. A. B 

574.00 

Bow River Development, 


10,520.55 

Bobey, Dr. W 

2,285.00 

Colonization Manager 

3,757.16 

1,100.00 

Bodhaine, B 

681.75 

Bow River Development 

2,927.50 

1,276.00 

Bodie, A 

549.00 

Bow Valley Farm Machinery s 


772.00 

Bodnar, J 

1,532.10 

Service Ltd 

9,297.85 

855.78 

Boe, E. K 

1,016.40 

Bow View Rest Home Ltd 

2,756.98 

1,743.96 

Boehr, B 

1,129.80 

Bowen, E 

1,105.20 

744.11 

Bogardus Wilson (Alberta) 


Bowen, R 

1,021.20 

12,407.55 

Ltd 

2,469.88 

Bower, G. M 

1,787.25 

1,651.13 

Bogardus Wilson (Northern) 


Bower, J. A 

920.80 

1,196.55 

Ltd 

6,034.27 

Bowerman, B. K 

2,080.50 

716.30 

Bogdan, N 

11,095.60 

Bowes, Co. Ltd 

18,826.88 

1,419.54 

Bogdan, P 

867.56 

Bowker and Bascom 

1,200.00 

524.50 

Bogusz, U 

853.85 

Bowman, R 

2,501.40 

748.67 

Bohnen, P 

660.00 

Bowman, W 

527.20 


318 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Name 

Bowman Construction # 

Bowness Taxi 

Boyar, Dr. W. T 

Boychuk, P. W., General 

Store 

Boychuk’s Transport Ltd 

Boyd, Dr. J. A 

Boyer, H 

Boyko, P 

Boyko, W 

Boyle Farm Supply 

Boyle Midway Canada Ltd. .. 
Boyles Bros. Drilling Alberta 

Ltd 

Boyse, H 

Boytinck, M. L 

Brackenbury, G 

Branckman-Ker Milling Co. 

Ltd 

Bradfcurn Printers Ltd 

Bradbury, L. M 

Bradley, A. E 

Bradley, L. E 

Bradshaw Store 

Brady’s 

Brager Transport 

Brailsford, E. G 

Braithwaite, J 

Brake-Drome 

Brandebura, J 

Brandle, B 

Brandram Henderson Ltd 

Braniff, J. J 

Brant, J 

Brant Welding Co 

Brantford Coach and Body 

Ltd 

Brantford Oven and Rack Co. 

Ltd 

Branting, J 

Branton, M 

Brant’s Welders and 

Machinist 

Brassard, A 

Brassard, B 

Brassard, C 

Brassard, L. 

Brault, J. A 

Braun, H. F 

Brazeau River Constructors 

Ltd 

Breen, R 

Brehm, N 

Breitkreutz, R 

Brennan, H 

Brennan, M 

Brent Construction Co. Ltd. . 

Brertton, Wm 

Brett-MacMillan Ltd 

Brews, R. L., and Son Ltd 

Brewster Construction Limited 

Bridge, Dr. H. W 

Bridge Brand Produce 

Bridgewater, R 

Brierley, R. A 

Brierley, W 

Brierley Construction Ltd 

Brindza, D 

Brink Bros. Floral 

Bristol Co. of Canada Ltd 

Bristow, J. H 

British American Paint Co. 

Co. Ltd 

British American Oil Ltd 

British Auto Parts Ltd 

British Book Service Ltd 

British Canadian Trust Co. .. 
British Drug Houses Canada 

Ltd 

Broad, E. M 

Broadcasting Station CFRN .. 
Broadcasting Station CJCA .. 
Broadcasting Station CKUA .. 
Broadcasting Station CHAT .. 
Broadcasting Station CFCN .. 
Broadcasting Station CFGP .. 
Broadcasting Station CKRD .. 
Broadcasting Station CHED .. 
Broadcasting Station CFAG .. 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

9,826.88 

Broadcasting Station CFCW . # 

3,229.66 

Bulmer, Dr. W # 

840.00 

3,650.00 

Broadcasting Station CJDV .. 

3,523.50 

Buoy, P 

1,337.30 

820.40 

Broadcasting Station CKSA .. 

3,623.50 

Burch, L. R 

718.80 


Broadcasting Station CJOC .. 

5,531.38 

6,906.00 

Bureau of Publications 

2,613.40 

586.45 

Brock Construction Ltd 

Burgess Battery Co 

11,095.08 

2,129.37 

Brock, S., Ltd 

23,557.17 

Burgess Building Plumbing 


2,463.00 

Brockley. P 

695.48 

Supplies Ltd 

7,610.60 

1,261.75 

Broda, J 

1,629.25 

Burke, W. J. L 

1,694.40 

621.50 

Brodeur, Dr. G. Y 

686.46 

Burmis Grocer and Builders 

703.65 

Brodie, Dr. I. H 

1,122.00 

Supplies 

3,427.20 

717.40 

Brooke Bond Canada Ltd 

1,136.24 

Burnaby Venetian Blinds Ltd. 

1,905.27 

1,727.27 

Brooke's Garage 

1,178.15 

Burnard, R. L 

633.50 


Brooks, B. H 

7,557.54 

Burns, E 

Burns, R. T 

880.70 

797.25 

Brooks, H. 

1,228.50 

768.90 

2,850.64 

Brooks, R 

676.10 

Burns and Co. Ltd 

240,416.12 

1,800.00 

Broome, G. W. and I. R 

2,680.00 

Burns and Dutton Concrete 

1,441.90 

Broomfield, R. M 

2,905.00 

and Construction Co. Ltd. . 

5,234,685.53 


Bros, ot Uur Lady of Lourdes 

5,235.24 

Burns and Dutton-Poole 

3,436,760.28 

2,344.40 

Brosseau Brothers Ltd 

2,795.09 

Burns, J. F., Sand and 

63,640.78 


1,268.01 

Gravel 

2,093.05 

902.90 

Brosseau’s Department Store 

Burrell, B. J., Construction 

609.28 


1,555.68 

2,043.63 

Ltd. 

1,397.00 

1,379.75 

Brostrom, J 

Burro Gas and Electric Ltd. .. 

4,554.20 

579.00 

Brower, L. R. 

1,032.74 

Burroughs Adding Machine 

680.51 

Brown, C. M 

1,808.30 

Co. of Canada 

52,305.11 

1,841.50 

Brown, G. I 

600.00 

Burroughs and Co. Ltd 

2,290.60 

1,479.08 

Brown, H 

652.37 

Burroughs Wellcome and Co. 

2,782.88 

1,132.80 

Brown, J 

1,078.70 

Burrows, A 

1,170.60 

654.99 

Brown, J. J. Dr 

1,714.50 

Burrows, B 

1,236.00 

834.00 

Brown, J. L 

710.46 

Burtex Industries Ltd 

714.48 

558.00 

Brown, Dr. J. M 

704.50 

Burton Dental Laboratories .... 

593.00 

5,081.67 

Brown, Dr. J. S. 

1,211.50 

Bury, Dr. R. J 

1,260.00 

613.00 

Brown, L. 

1,171.70 

Bush, W. J 

945.00 

1,447.60 

Brown, Dr. L. B. ... 

2,553.00 

Business Administrators 

6,520.50 

2,890.81 

Brown, Mrs. L. 

852.90 

Buskas, G 

1,070.00 


Brown, Dr. N. L 

1,125.00 

Butchart and Associates 

1,395.50 

7,464.16 


523.00 

Buterman, E 

669.80 

Brown, W. A 

Brown, H. W., and Co 

998.26 

Butler, R. F„ Ltd 

4,463.98 

2,256.10 

44,261.95 

Butterworth and Co. Canada 

1,079.10 

Brown and Diewold Ltd 

1,225.89 

Ltd 

1,922.87 

775.00 

Brown and Hogg Surveys Ltd. 

1,766.00 

Buxton, E. E. and T. E 

1,220.00 


Brown and Johnson 

525.00 

Buy-Rite Food Store 

7,876.66 

504.63 

Brown Boveri Canada Ltd 

8,914.20 

Buzdegan, J 

727.40 

2,712.00 

Brown Brothers 

1,302.86 

Byatt, S 

627.95 

2,759.00 

Brown, C. R. and A. E 

556.00 

Byer and Van Dusen 

1,837.13 

Brown Construction Co 

819.00 

Plastering Ltd 

570.87 

7,467.93 

Brown, B., Equipment Ltd. .. 

14,468.96 

Byers and Shearer Farm 


1,333.20 

Brown Fruit Co. Ltd 

1,289.00 

Equipment 

647.64 

1,219.50 

Brownlee, A 

730.00 

Byers Flour Mills 

2,222.83 


Brown’s Store 

2,370.55 

Byers Food Market Ltd 

1,307.01 

339,461.02 

Bruce Publishing Co 

771.25 

Byers Transport 

841.41 

768.00 

615.30 

Bruce Robinson Electric Ltd. 
Bruce’s Grocerteria 

73,319.32 

4,379.20 

Bykewick, N 

1,130.00 

863.15 

Bruneau, M. F 

1,029.10 

814,285,105.60 

559.50 

Brunelle, T. W 

510.00 

Sundry Accts Under #500.00 


821.50 

400,898.75 

Brunelle’s Food Market Ltd. 
Bruning, C., Co. Ltd 

11,280.71 

6,070.08 

aggregate 

175,693.74 

618.00 

25,432.28 

15,642.97 

975.60 

Bryant, Dr. P. S 

Brybil Building Ltd 

Brzus, L 

Buchanan, Dr. D. R 

1,762.50 

5,400.00 

558.80 

823.20 

Total: Section "B” ... #14,460,799.34 

611.35 

Buchanan, G 

3,765.00 

C.A. Sales Co. Ltd # 

5,016.20 

14,953.67 

Buchanan, L 

1,759.00 

C. and G. Groceteria 

678.37 

535.40 

Buchanan Construction and 

C.B. Sales Ltd 

995.19 

940.40 

Engineering Co 

14,205.40 

C.L.M. Industries 

843.50 

1,287.38 

Buck, E 

690.00 

C.R. Lumber Ltd 

864.00 

5,514.25 

Buck, E. M 

1,729.65 

Cable, W 

618.00 

559.00 

Buck, S. S 

1,040.40 

Cable Bros 

1,982.59 

900.00 

Buckley, M. E 

568.25 

Cache Valley Trout Farm .... 

2,325.50 

3,138.65 

Buckley, Y. 

1,672.35 

Cadger, Dr. D 

2,427.00 

601.80 

Buckley Drug 

832.66 

Cadieux, A 

525.60 


Budd Bros. Ltd 

7,104.68 

Cadieux, Ed 

839.00 

24,335.91 

Budda, J 

1,530.00 

Cadieux, V 

583.03 

706,881.39 

Budzinski, L. 

596.69 

Cadogan and District Welfare 


2,519.88 

Buerger, A 

865.94 

Society 

1,500.00 

3,145.36 

Buffum, R. W 

1,486.19 

Cahoon Lumber Co 

17,412.37 

2,162.00 

Buga, J 

1,497.00 

Caine, W 

Caldwell, M 

574.05 


Bugg, P 

723.00 

630.00 

4,825.58 

Bugis, Dr. J. 

940.00 

Caldwell, R. E 

1,640.08 

666.63 

1,331.00 

Buie, Dr. W. J 

1,899.00 

Calensos Floral Co 

11,002.20 

Builders Hardware Stores 


Calgary Albertan 

15,166.73 

4,433.25 

Ltd 

3,613.77 

Calgary Artificial Limb 


3,530.65 

4,397.20 

Builders Supplies Ltd 

5,773.39 

Factory 

7,625.02 

Building Products Ltd 

5,094.78 

Calgary Associate Clinic 

33,976.30 

4,437.60 

3,686.50 

Bulletin Printers 

79,044.94 

Calgary Association for 


Bullington, E 

2,519.20 

Retarded Children 

1,480.00 

3,132.00 

Bullock Wings and Rotors 


Calgary Bindery 

550.86 

3,920.00 

Limited 

13,654.75 

Calgary Brewing and Malting 


2,150.00 

Bulman Bros. Ltd 

1,122.40 

Co. Ltd 

5,040.75 


CASH PAYMENTS 


319 




Name Amount 

Calgary Brier Committee .... $ 1,750.00 

Calgary Builders Supplies 

Ltd 1,224.32 

Calgary Business College 3,720.25 

Calgary Chamber of 

' Commerce 1,035.00 

Calgary Co-op Store 7,367.94 

Calgary Court Reporters 5,911.60 

Calgary Diagnostic 

Laboratories Ltd 748.00 

Calgary Drafting and 

Blueprint Co. Ltd 10,215.31 

Calgary Exhibition and 

Stampede Ltd 900.00 

Calgary Family Service 

Bureau 717.00 

Calgary Herald 9,656.03 

Calgary Iron and Engineering 

! Ltd 71,331.95 

Calgary Motor Products Ltd. 1,362.62 

Calgary Packers 35,379.96 

Calgary Parking Corporation 646.50 

Calgary Power Co 1,179,902.38 

j Calgary Restaurant and Hotel 

Supply Co 2,829.76 

Calgary School Board 1,928.00 

Calgary Steel Tank Ltd 2,360.00 

| Calgary Structural Steel Ltd. .. 20,713.98 

Calgary Trail Trucking Ltd. .. 911.50 

Calgary Transit System 8,745.00 

Calgary Truck Parts and 

Equipment Co. Ltd 850.68 

Calgary Typewriter and 

Office Supply Co 6,649.75 

California Corporation for 

, Biochemical Research 576.69 

Callaghan, Dr. J. C 1,265.00 

Callahan, L. J 1,629.04 

Callfas, F. W 696.80 

Callies, R. F 500.00 

■ Callow-Beares Ltd 4,021.89 

Calvert, Dr. K. G 578.70 

Cameron, G. C 843.00 

Cameron, Dr. J. A. M 1,780.45 

Cameron, J. N 2,316.80 

Cameron Trucking 2,299.00 

Camilleri, L 1,797.72 

Campbell, A 10,016.00 

I Campbell, B 1,237.75 

Campbell, C 1,183.16 

Campbell, G 1,265.05 

Campbell, Gordon 602.00 

Campbell, H. L 11,215.00 

Campbell, J. D 1,079.96 

Campbell, K. R 651.00 

Campbell, L 996.50 

Campbell, N 619.19 

Campbell, R 1,409.85 

Campbell, R. E 1,061.00 

Campbell, Dr. W. C 1,632.60 

Campbell and Danes 3,901.84 

Campbell Clinic 8,691.40 

Campbell Floral Seeds and 

Nurseries Ltd 895.16 

Campbell Mack Supply Ltd. .. 6,946.60 

Camps, E 1,463.00 

Campsall’s Store Ltd 1,654.12 

Camrose Foods Ltd 593.00 

, Camwill Construction Ltd 207,553.56 

Canac Milk Products Co. Inc. 11,046.51 

Canada Cement Co. Ltd 289,694.98 

Canada Creosoting Co 419,128.62 

Canada Decalcomania Co. 

Ltd 634.27 

Canada Green Construction 

Co. Ltd 14,797.35 

Canada Law Books Co 1,516.02 

Canada Limb and Brace 

Limited 3,990.80 

Canada Packers Ltd 200,699.03 

Canada Paint Co. Ltd 1,493.72 

Canada Safeway Ltd 151,022.74 

Canada West Grain Co. Ltd. 16,123.75 

Canada Wire and Cable Co. 

Ltd 3,701.41 

Canadian Applied Research 

( Ltd 1,251.40 

! Canadian Art Galleries 1,344.47 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Name Amount 

Canadian Arthritis and 

Rheumatism Society $ 630.00 

Canadian Baroid Sales Ltd. .. 8,251.61 

Canadian Bedding Co. Ltd. .. 1,733.90 

Canadian Bitumuls Co. Ltd. .. 69,337.11 

Canadian Canners Limited .... 10,500.02 

Canadian Charts and Supplies 727.29 

Canadian Coachways 15,292.54 

Canadian Comptometer Ltd. .. 1,900.45 

Canadian Comstock Co. Ltd. 103,703.00 

Canadian Corps of 

Commissionaires Inc 127,851.25 

Canadian Curtis Wright Ltd. 8,700.00 

Canadian Electronics Ltd 68,146.12 

Canadian Engineering 

Surveys Ltd 2,262.24 

Canadian Equipment Sales 

and Service Co. Ltd. 1,631.37 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse 

Co. Ltd 44,293.11 

Canadian Film Institute 1,413.33 

Canadian Freight Association 843.86 

Canadian Freightways 10,543.62 

Canadian General Electric .... 157,865.21 

Canadian General Tower 

Limited 584.58 

Canadian Horticultural 

Council 500.00 

Canadian Husky Oil Limited 304,363.38 

Canadian Ice Machine Co. Ltd. 3,244.96 

Canadian Imperial Bank of 
Commerce: 

Charges 85,350.09 

Interest 2,222,343.14 

Miscellaneous 1,225.26 

Redemptions 414,091.56 

Canadian Industries Ltd 15,386.05 

Canadian Kodak Sales Ltd. .. 1,683.17 

Canadian Kodiak Refineries 

Ltd 512,898.29 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies 

Ltd 10,096.61 

Canadian Legion 7,159.46 

Canadian Linen Co. Ltd 30,094.17 

Canadian Liquid Air Ltd 61,379.66 

Canadian Marconi Co 2,351.15 

Canadian Motor Transfer 975.53 

Canadian Motorola 

Electronics Ltd 25,102.82 

Canadian National Express .... 15,888.85 

Canadian National Institute 

for the Blind 4,234.26 

Canadian National Railways .. 153,081.19 

Canadian National Telegraphs 5,892.29 

Canadian Oil Co. Ltd 82,808.71 

Canadian Pacific Air Lines 

Ltd 508.66 

Canadian Pacific Express 8,796.22 

Canadian Pacific Railway 119,633.75 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Merchandise Service 24,076.82 

Canadian Pacific Telegraphs . 10,738.39 

Canadian Patents and 

Development Ltd 690.00 

Canadian Permag Products 

Ltd 1,437.81 

Canadian Pittsburgh 

Industries Ltd 63,573.37 

Canadian Pozzolan Industries 

Ltd 3,341.73 

Canadian Propane Ltd 37,061.47 

Canadian Red Cross Society .. 3,411.35 

Canadian Salt Co. Ltd 227,516.33 

Canadian SKF Co. Ltd 842.52 

Canadian Standards 

Association 3,117.90 

Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. 25,461.86 

Canadian Survey Supplies 

Ltd 1,314.87 

Canadian Union College 58,119.86 

Canadian Utilities 90,646.26 

Canaidan Utilities Ltd. and 
Braes Rural Electrification 

Association Ltd 2,020.00 

Canadian Western Natural 

Gas Co. Ltd 153,882.01 

Canadian Westinghouse Co. 

Ltd 176,352.42 


Name 

Canadiana Textile Print 

Works Limited ? 

Candido’s Tile and Terrazzo 

Co. Ltd 

Canmore Golf Association .... 

Canol Construction 

Cantrill, S 

Canus Equipment Ltd 

Canwest Grain Company 

Canwest Seed Company 

Caouette, A 

Caouette, T 

Capital City Box Co. Ltd 

Capital Envelopes Ltd 

Capital Glass Ltd 

Capital Heating Ltd 

Capitol Cleaners and Laundry 

Ltd 

Capitol Furniture Limited .... 

Capitol Grocery 

Capo Polishes Ltd 

Capogreco, Dr. V. E 

Capostinsky, J 

Cappelle, A 

Cappelle, M 

Caproco Corrosion Prevention 

Ltd 

Caps Construction Ltd 

Card, W 

Cardinal, E. A 

Cardinal, L 

Cardinal Coach Lines 

Carignan Motors 

Carlile and McCarthy Ltd 

Carlsen, J. M 

Carlson, I 

Carlson, R 

Carlson, Y. H 

Carlson Body Shop Supply 

Ltd 

Carlson Brothers 

Carlson, Y. H„ Ltd 

Carlyle, D. R 

Carman Educational 

Associates Ltd 

Carnegie, J. D 

Caron, E 

Caron, P 

Carpenter, A. R 

Carpenter, C. G 

Carpenter, E 

Carpenter, L 

Carran, M. D 

Carrol Construction Co 

Carry, C. W„ Ltd 

Carson, Dr. G. D 

Carswell Co. Ltd 

Carter, E. L 

Carter, S. E 

Carter, Francis and Armstrong 

Carter’s Garage 

Carter’s Meats 

Cartier, L 

Carwald Construction Ltd 

Casavant, E 

Casgrain and Charbonneau 

Ltd 

Cashman, P 

Cashway Stores 

Caspar, J 

Casper, Dr. G. F 

Cassidy, Dr. D. M 

Cassidy-Buscombe Ltd 

Castelani, K 

Castle Coal Co 

Castle Paint and Supplies 

Limited 

Cataphote Canada Ltd 

Catelli-Habitant Ltd 

Catt, M. and J. C 

Cave and Co. Ltd 

Cawsey, R. A. 

Caywood, A. B 

Ceaser, H 

Celmainis, A 

Central Alberta Dairy Pool .. 
Central Alberta Sand and 

Gravel 

Central Dry Goods Ltd 


Amount 


2.225.00 

47,891.23 

3.800.00 

5.630.00 
785.70 

1.805.62 

2.430.00 
3,980.75 

1.795.50 

736.79 

582.40 

5.736.45 
1,281.31 

761.35 

7,543.66 

545.00 
3,270.55 

606.54 

507.00 

1.140.00 

795.10 
689.18 

1.230.57 
721.25 

1,841.40 

4.175.00 

747.00 

5.122.50 
615.91 

4,827.33 

1.152.24 

708.80 
750.30 

874.75 

1.016.45 

642.75 
8,976.85 

1.440.00 

1,038.64 

702.00 
559.50 

641.40 
596.16 

517.10 

1.980.39 

992.00 

540.00 

3.840.00 
21,456.04 

520.00 

2.320.60 

632.55 
17,189.20 

2.221.60 
2,979.26 

1.019.57 

817.00 

2.887.40 

9.711.45 

1,415.22 

733.45 

1,710.82 

4.412.00 

875.00 

2.331.63 
3,951.99 

1.029.00 

540.60 

832.62 

21,082.50 

2,690.39 

925.00 

3.282.25 

3.096.51 

1.118.00 
1,723.93 

663.60 
68,184.96 

1.448.25 
49,144.12 


320 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — -Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Central Equipment Rentals 

1,722.94 

Chunn, T. R $ 

616.05 

505.00 

Coleman Light and Water 

Cr, Ltd $ 

Central Garage, Clyde 

881.95 

Ciba Co. Ltd 1 

5,485.44 

Coleman Plumbing and 

Central Garage, Spruce Grove 

962.47 

Ctlderman, A. C 

675.97 

Heating 

Central Glass Ltd 

2,639.81 

Cine-Audio Alberta Co. Ltd. 

1,760.05 

Coles Printing Co 

Central Hardware 

Central Meat and Grocery .... 

643.72 

2,505.20 

Cis-Can Chemical and 

Industrial Sales Ltd 

1,439.84 

Colgate Palmolive Ltd 

College of Physicians and 

Central Mortgage and 

Housing Corporation 

1,044.25 

Cislo, K 

Cissell, B 

801.50 

1,014.90 

Surgeons 

College Service Station 

Central Motors 

1,503.01 

Citizens Lumber Co 

6,131.38 

Collett, R. C 

Central Parking Co 

975.00 

City Cafe 

1,778.10 

Colley, A. J 

Central Peace Dairies Ltd 

902.75 

City of Calgary 

1,827,136.75 

Collier, S. L 

Central Sales and Service 

1,149.19 

City of Camrose 

27,365.29 

Collins, A 

Central Scientific Co. Ltd 

5,652.51 

City of Drumheller 

19,111.13 

Collins, W. T 

Central Suoplies 

659.21 

City of Edmonton 

3,022,188.70 

Collins, Wm., Sons and Co. 

Central Tire Ltd 

9,847.25 

City of Grande Prairie 

47,285.32 

Colpitts Ranches 

Century Geophysical 

Corporation of Canada 

526.50 

City of Lethbridge 

City of Lloydminster 

188,786.86 

7,476.70 

Columbia Tile and Terrazzo 
Ltd 

Century Sales Ltd 

16,577.70 

City of Medicine Hat 

102,152.35 

Colwell, J. W 

Cerenzie, J 

1,359.58 

City of Red Deer 

221,477.94 

Comeau, E 

Certified Auto Radio and 
Electronics Ltd 

1,370.46 

City of Sarnia 

City of Wetaskiwin 

652.10 

18,834.68 

Comeau, O. J 

Commercial Agencies 

Certified Tool and Supply 

Ltd 

536.20 

City Packers Ltd 

City Telephone System 

804.19 

25,704.20 

Commercial Bearing Service .. 
Commercial Display Company 

Chabot, A 

Chadwick, R. C 

782.00 

1,450.48 

Civic Tire and Battery 

Exchange Ltd 

15,838.88 

Commercial Printers and 

Office Outfitters 

Chalifoux, G 

1,220.68 

Civic Tire and Battery Ltd. .. 

25,789.34 

Commercial Printers Ltd 

Challand, O. T. 

20,697.52 

Civil Defence School Expenses 

58,234.26 

Commercial Tire Ltd 

Chalmers, Dr. G. A 

1,050.00 

Clair, G 

670.00 

Commercial Vegetable Co-op 

Chalmers, W 

Chalmers and Sons 

849.85 

Clare L F 

3,878.33 

Ltd 

9,203.25 

Clare, Liston and Taylor, 

Commonwealth Parliamentary 

Chambers, J. W 

Chambers, T 

2,225.90 


8,600.00 

4,971.95 

Association 

12,900.90 

Claresholm Creamery 

Commonwealth Press Ltd 

Chambers, W. and R., Ltd. 

893.60 

Clark, E. G 

750.81 

Community Hardware and 

Champagne, A 

1,119.00 

Clark, E. J 

585.00 

Appliances 

Champions Delivery 

4,020.50 

Clark, J. O 

756.98 

Community Life 

Chapel of Chimes 

831.05 

Clark, T 

12,108.50 

Companions Society Ltd 

Chapman, W 

665.10 

Clark, W 

957.51 

Compton Supply Ltd 

Chaput, R 

622.79 

Clark, Z. D 

825.75 

Comset Business Forms Ltd. 

Charbonneau, M 

930.64 

Clark, A., and Son 

1,060.50 

Con-Bridge Ltd 

Chard, J 

Chard Trading Post 

901.00 

1,654.00 

Clark, D. W., Business 
Machines Ltd 

4,034.67 

Con-Force Products Ltd 

Con-Spec Sales Ltd 

Charest, L 

1,181.00 

Clark, J. R„ Co 

1,615.47 

Conacher Construction Ltd. .. 

Charles, I 

1,403.35 

Clark Fruitier and Co. Ltd. .. 

1,064.00 

Concordia College 

Charlesworth, H. A. K 

Charlton, B 

934.55 

863.85 

Clark, W. H., Lumber Co. 

Ltd 

2,643.10 

Concrete Drainage Pipe 

Condon-Barr Co. Ltd 

Charlton, L 

607.61 

Clark, W., Sheet Metal Ltd. 

1,151.49 

Congdons Van and Storage .. 

Charter, R 

566.80 

Clarke, Dr. B 

548.50 

Conklin, E 

Chartrand, A 

643.00 

Clarke, D 

630.03 

Connaugh Medical Research 

Chatenay, P. A 

758.31 

Clarke, E 

1,725.60 

Laboratories 

Chat field -Clarke 

4,640.71 

Clarke, F 

898.60 

Connecticut Instrument 

Chatters, L. A 

1,624.00 

Clarke, L. B 

2,685.00 

Corporation 

Chelte, N 

1,101.85 

Clarke, Dr. T. R 

688.50 

Connelly and McKinley Ltd. 

Chemical Insecticide 

Corporation 

1,773.09 

Clarke Irwin and Co. Ltd. .. 
Clarke, H. F„ Ltd 

76,965.43 

17,998.86 

Connemara, R. E. A., Ltd 

Conradi, Dr. G. J 

Chernesky, L 

1,204.92 

Clarke’s Tire Service Ltd 

27,986.15 

Conroy, Dr. F. D 

Cherniwchan, J. S 

1,841.90 

Clay, L. E 

765.80 

Conroy Motors Ltd 

Cherniwchan, W. N 

957.25 

Clayburn-Harbison Ltd 

1,446.89 

Consolidated Concrete 

Cheshire, A. G 

Chesney, G. L., Hardware 

Ltd 

1,419.20 

1,737.89 

Clear Hills Grazing 

Association 

Clemis, R. G 

500.00 

555.00 

Industries Ltd 

Consolidated Mining Smelting 
Co. Canada Ltd 

Chevallier, F. L 

3,723.00 

Clifford, H. B 

1,851.85 

Consort and District Board 

Chevallier, J 

15,524.00 

Clifford, J. R 

566.10 

of Trade Medical Centre .. 

Chidlow Industrial 

Distributors Ltd 

1,279.66 

Cline, E 

Cloake and Smale 

1,022.70 

1,872.50 

Constant, T 

Construction Equipment Co. 

Childrens Aid Society 

514.39 

Cloarec, J. B 

735.00 

Ltd 

Chinook Flying Service Ltd. .. 

1,275.00 

Clock Auto Court 

507.55 

Consumer’s Tire Co 

Chipchura, A 

1,490.50 

Cloutier, O 

777.00 

Consumer’s Welding Gas and 

Chipman Chemicals Ltd 

85,180.10 

Club Francais de Calgary 

570.00 

Supplies 

Chisholm, L 

1,240.00 

Clyne, A. G 

901.00 

Contact Airways Ltd 

Chisholm Industries Ltd 

9,200.00 

Coalsellers Co. Ltd 

570.40 

Continental Construction 

Chizawsky, L. M 

825.15 

Cobb’s Ltd 

2,313.10 

824.19 

Co. Ltd 

Cholowski, E. 

1,310.00 

Cochran, S 

Continental Rubber Ltd 

Chong, H 

Chop, J 

Chopko, H 

513.80 

682.85 

Cochrane Water Conditioning 
Ltd. 

2,730.00 

759.42 

Continuous Forms Alberta 

Ltd 

690.50 

Cockfield Brown and Co. Ltd. 

Cony’s Mutual 

Chopko Bros 

Chrapko, M 

5,258.00 

1,316.93 

Cockshutt Farm Equipment 

Ltd 

6,110.65 

Cook, W 

Cooke, D 

Chretien, J 

2,066.20 

Code, N. M 

5,092.42 

Cooke, Troughton and Simms 

Chris and Pearl’s Store 

749.54 

Coelen, A 

1,186.30 

Ltd 

Christensen, A 

588.45 

Cogan, J. E 

668.30 

Coombes, E. E 

Christensen and MacDonald 

Ltd 

59,298.94 

Cohen, H 

Cold Lake Motors 

1,063.50 

571.44 

Coombes, V 

Co-op Press Ltd 

Christiansen, B. M 

503.00 

Cole, G. R 

Cole, Dr. W K 

1,144.00 

Cooper and Beatty Ltd 

Christiansen, C. 

602.25 

529.34 

3,065.59 

768.24 

Cooper Bros 

Chrysler Corporation of 

Canada Ltd 

52,090.40 

34,650.00 

Coleman, W. J., and Co. 

Ltd 

Cooper Bros. Auto Electric .... 
Cooper Construction Ltd 

Chubb Safe Company Limited 

Coleman Collieries Ltd 

Cooper-Widman Ltd 


Amount 


577.55 


1.967.19 
871.81 

4.916.20 

1,273,320.20 

986.89 

518.73 
2,119.88 

720.00 
743.24 

2,875.81 

892.92 

900.00 

1,273.80 

1.745.91 
716.18 

651.00 
2,069.73 

5.480.31 

706.50 

12,754.54 

69.932.07 

2.773.67 

775.60 

1,200.00 

710.49 

504.74 

860.00 

2.139.00 

835.93 
32,668.09 

24,829.45 

1,620,398.65 

19,968.58 

71.822.07 
547.34 

16,533.85 

918.21 

4,990.25 

1,356.45 

157,000.69 

965.20 

1,931.90 

7.865.00 

4.113.50 

4.508.00 
3,821.59 

106,707.90 

4,324.64 

521.00 

611.50 

28,317.36 

850.56 

5,293.53 

7.139.50 

161,334.43 

2.671.68 

2,557.44 

1.413.32 
729.98 

551.45 

564.00 

899.70 

1,221.10 

1.046.92 

1.972.00 
615.84 

3,917.10 

18,909.52 

1,692.28 


CASH PAYMENTS 


321 


Name 

Co-operative Book Centre of 

Canada Ltd # 

Copeland, J. D 

Copp Clark Co. Ltd 

Coppick, B 

Corbett’s Auto Electric 

Corbett’s Ltd 

Corbitt, K 

Cornock, Dr. W. Y 

Corrigan, C. D 

Costello Equipment Co. Ltd. 

Cote, D 

Cote, A. and A. 

Cote and Arndt Ltd 

Cotter, H. E 

Cotter, W 

Cotton, G 

Cotton, L. H 

Coughlin Trucking Ltd 

Courier Flights Ltd 

Coutney, F. A 

Coutts, A. A 

Coutts Machinery Co. Ltd. 

Couves, Dr. C. M 

Covey, E 

Cowan, K 

Cowan, B., Ltd 

Cowell, J 

Cowin and Co. Ltd. 

Cowitz, S 

Cowley Properties Ltd 

Cox, C 

Cox, .J 

Crabb, J 

Craig, K 

Craig, M 

Craig and Co 

Craig’s Welding 

Crain Business Systems 

Cran, E. R 

Crane, B 

Crane Ltd 

Craswell, W 

Crawford, F 

Crawford Transport 

Credit Foncier Franco- 

Canadien 

Creighton, W 

Crescent Lumber Yard Ltd. .. 
Crestline Builders Market .... 

Cridland, W., Estate 

Crighton’s Green Acres 

Service 

Crone Bros 

Crone, W., Estate 

Cronquist, E. P 

Crooked Creek General Store 

Crookshanks, E 

Croome, H 

Crose-Perrault Canada Ltd. . 

Cross, B. A 

Cross, J. S 

Cross, Dr. W. W 

Crossfield, Dr. P. O 

Crossroads Land Development 

Ltd 

Crosstown Motors Ltd 

Croswell, G 

Croswell, L., High Prairie .... 

Croswell, L., Newbrook 

Crothers, L 

Crothers, M. 

Crowley, T. D 

Crown Coal Co. Ltd 

Crown Lumber Co. Ltd 

Crown Seed and Feed Ltd. .. 

Crown Tire Service Ltd 

Crown Trust Co 

Crown Zellerbach 

Crowther, MacKay and 

Associates Ltd 

Crozier, E 

Crummy, J. M., Garage 

Crystal Glass Calgary Ltd 

Crystal Springs Hutterian 

Brethern 

Cuell, W. E 

Cumberland, J 

Cummerford, G 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 


Cummings, C 

# 1,283.07 

Davis, Dr. R. G # 

2,630.50 

878.97 

Cummins Diesel Power Ltd. 

4,091.38 

Davis, T. A 

905.50 

1,687.00 

Cundal, W 

1,880.15 

Davis, I. H., Contracting 


128,309.68 

Cunningham, (... R 

690.35 

Ltd 

5,037.80 

1,500.15 

Cunningham, 1. C. 

1,543.98 

Davis Electric Co. Ltd 

561.04 

1,526.15 

Cunningham, R. B. 

547.20 

Daw, G. R 

776.00 

2,740.22 

Cunningham, W. D 

2,409.00 

Dawes, J. M 

507.50 

1,052.60 

Cunningham Building 


Dawn Esso Service 

1,343.91 

604.50 

Supplies 

773.93 

Dawson, D 

1,420.90 

9,304.49 

15,309.07 

Cunningham, W. D., 

18,534.10 

954.98 

Dawson, Wm., Subscription 
Service 

796.33 

1,300.60 

Cunningham, S., Ltd 

Day, Dr. J. C 

2,798.50 

1,313.00 


670.60 

Day, M 

1,446.00 

600.00 

1,594.35 

Currie, M 

1,050.74 

Day, A. W. and D. C 

1,469.08 

Currie, N 

666.00 

Day, Gulley and McKenzie, 


4,799.78 

Currie’s Texaco Service 

862.17 

Drs 

2,320.50 

1,653.18 

Curtis, R. W 

1,220.60 

Days Painting Supplies 

591.50 

915.40 

Cushing, A. B., Mills Ltd. 

3,168.85 

Daystrom Ltd 

1,700.32 

1,140.00 

Cust, D. 

766.00 

Dayton, M 

1,624.00 

4,613.84 

Custom Glass Ltd. 

2,431.85 

De Jager, P. 

1,444.90 

1,031.70 

Cuthbertson, Dr. A. N 

672.00 

Dc Laval Co. Ltd 

8,308.95 

540.00 

Cuthbertson Clinic 

671.50 

De Maere, J 

732.48 

34,213.11 

Cutler Manufacturing Co. 


De Metz, A 

944.60 

3,290.00 

Ltd 

7,206.78 

De Vries, T 

527.50 

1,053.50 

Cyanamid of Canada Ltd 

15,239.02 

De Wolde, M 

877.25 

1,383.70 

Cypress Reclamation Co. Ltd. 

3,014.80 

Dean, M 

Deane, B. W., and Co 

Delois, C 

878.00 

1,294.00 

Cyr, D 

1,140.79 

1,163.69 

566.90 

Cyr, R 

557.10 

731.40 

861.00 


1,846.90 

Dec Earthmovers Ltd 

1,568.00 

10,638.85 

Cyr, E. P. and R. J 

761.00 

Decew Lumber Co. Ltd 

8,837.05 

3,699.60 

Czech, J 

2,039.50 

Dechant Brothers Store 

971.34 

500.00 

Czech, W 

769.00 

Decorby’s Cash Store 

1,007.68 

1,093.95 

547.95 

#19,709,342.79 

Dederer Enterprises Ltd 

Deis, R 

1,205.00 

891.00 

1,016.24 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

Deis General Store 

9,342.01 

1,008.00 

aggregate 

149,420.11 

Delany and Pettit Ltd 

2,116.00 

1,069.56 

1,542.00 

Total: Section "C” ... 

#19,858,762.90 

Deley, A 

Deley, G 

625.50 

1,178.13 

47,968.53 

572.00 

522.50 

90,977.82 

D’Aoust, B 

1,779.20 

Deley, P 

Delisle, L. E 

Dell Construction Ltd 

Delmark, J 

1,525.50 

1,030.30 

55,182.74 

554.28 

629.54 

D’Aoust Construction Ltd 

9,024.63 

Delorey, J. G 

785.80 

1,279.33 

D’Esterre, R. B. 

1,377.65 

Deloro Stellite 

1,572.50 

787.92 

Dabels, A. W 

1,049.67 

Deltombe, J 

2,189.72 


Dabels, F 

1,443.51 

Deluxe Cleaners Ltd 

1,430.45 

777.00 

Dables, P 

2,317.10 

Deluxe Foods 

6,930.30 

1,246.00 

Dachuk, J. C 

851.50 

Demaere, C 

1,668.16 

988.75 

Dafoe and Ross, Drs 

18,366.00 

Demchuk, H. M 

643.40 

1,524.84 

Dahl and Son Construction 

Demers, L 

945.44 

5,167.40 

Ltd 

1,372.00 

Demers Contracting Co. Ltd. 

774.57 


Dahlbeck, A 

1,625.27 

Demeule, G., Trucking 

1,635.75 

1,161.17 

Dahlin, E. J 

515.00 

Dench of Canada Ltd 

518.77 

25,523.32 

Dairy Supplies Ltd 

4,023.24 

Dennis, E. M 

1,197.00 

616.60 

Dalby, M 

1,406.72 

Dent, J. M., and Sons Ltd. . 

247,437.18 

102,015.00 

Dale Maynard Construction 

Dental Co. of Canada Ltd 

3,006.07 

1,052.00 

Ltd 

114,449.39 

Der Wee, F 

512.60 

963.68 

Dalen, E. and K 

1,668.00 

Derksen, W 

652.55 

730.70 

Dalgarno, R 

521.20 

Des Jardens, C 

1,472.87 

2,512.59 

Dalgetty, R 

1,073.00 

Desco Vitro Glaze Co. of 


568.25 

Dalgliesh, R 

527.50 

Alberta Ltd 

1,838.00 

14,067.00 

Dallaire, G. E 

834.13 

Desjardins, A 

2,178.60 

724.10 

Dallyn, E. G 

1,010.00 

Desnoyers, G 

1,228.69 

2,404.50 

Dalmer, E 

695.20 

Despin, E 

844.85 

Daly, Dr. P. H 

551.00 

Desrosiers and Seitsinger Ltd. 

9,942.63 

7,550.00 

Damant, G. E 

543.60 

Devon Building Co. Ltd 

17,649.00 

26,065.27 

Damant, J. W 

879.00 

Devries, P. and T 

2,674.70 

693.31 

Damron, N. T 

4,454.00 

Dewar Construction Co. Ltd. 

4,412.00 

5,462.70 

Dana Nursing Home 

1,215.00 

Dexal Venetian Blinds 

2,019.57 

523.35 

Dancause, A 

5.19.90 

Dhoedt, A 

505.87 

927.60 

Dancy, W 

1,301.10 

Diado, G 

513.60 

1,163.50 

Danes, M. R 

583.20 

Dial, R 

4,000.00 

592.85 

Daniels, J 

630.00 

Dial, R. R., Estate 

1,337.00 

619.98 

Daniels, N. L 

835.40 

Dibski, P. A 

775.85 

9,753.65 

Danielson, M. H 

1,734.50 

Dick, A. B., Co. of Canada 


10,761.70 

Dankowich, E 

603.80 

Ltd 

4,155.77 

2,137.15 

20,660.71 

Danyluk, A 

564.40 

Dick, Dr. C. J. W 

2,266.70 

Danyluk’s, P., General Store 

699.75 

Dick, J 

733.55 

116,234.46 

Darius Investments Ltd 

2,560.00 

Dickinson, J. G 

1,080.00 


Darknell, F. 

1,275.30 

Dick’s Cash and Carry 

624.27 

18,951.78 

Darling Bros. Ltd 

658.02 

Dickson, O 

876.40 

1,087.50 

Darter, Wm 

1,177.50 

Dickson, R. G 

681.00 

2,105.63 

Davidson, C 

524.70 

Dicola, J 

2,887.50 

568.43 

Davidson, P 

1,486.66 

Dictaphone Corporation Ltd. 

13,134.20 


Davidson, R. L. and S 

2,070.39 

Didriksen Construction Ltd. .. 

8,380.31 

805.00 

Davio, R 

1,058.12 

Diebold of Canada Ltd 

4,510.00 

2,270.60 

Davis, A. N 

1,886.70 

Dielissen, H 

566.00 

1,232.84 

Davis, F. W 

2,029.40 

Diemert, P 

691.71 

595.00 

Davis, M. L 

775.25 

Dietzgen of Canada Ltd 

3,875.00 


322 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Name 

Diggens, R $ 

Dillman, Ed 

Dillman, H 

Dillman’s Construction 

Dillman’s Transport 

Dimitriadis, J 

Dimock, Dr. H. C 

Dionne, J. H 

Disher Equipment Alberta 

Ltd. 

Dispensaries Ltd 

Ditching Contractors Ltd 

Dittman, A 

Dittrick, B. R 

Diversey Corporation Canada 

Ltd 

Dixon, D 

Dixon, J 

Dixon, Dr. J. H 

Dlugosz, H 

Doan, J. B 

Dobson Clinic 

Doc’s Service 

Dodd and Struthers Ltd 

Dodds Construction 

Doepel, H. G 

Doige, Dr. C. E 

Dolgoy and Koller, Drs 

Dolynchuk, E 

Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd. 

Dominion Brokerage Co 

Dominion Fruit Ltd 

Dominion Instruments 

Dominion Motors Ltd 

Dominion Oilfields Supply 

Co. Ltd 

Dominion Rubber Co. Ltd. .. 
Dominion Sound Equipment 

Ltd 

Dominion Stores Ltd 

Dominion Wire Rope Ltd 

Domke, C 

Domtar Construction 

Materials Ltd 

Donahue, P. J 

Donald, C. A. 

Donald, Dr. W. A 

Donald Inspection Ltd 

Donald Ropes and Wire 

Wire Cloth Ltd 

Donkin, R. E. C 

Donn-Rae Drug Co. Ltd 

Don’s Trucking 

Dorby, J. 

Dorcas, W. G. 

Dorin’s Tire Service 

Dornan, G 

Dorr-Oiiver-Long Ltd 

Dorsey, Dr. F. J 

Dorsey, L 

Dorward, Wm. J 

Dosco, O 

Dot-Lyn Sales and Service 

Ltd 

Dot’s General Store 

Double 5 Auto Body Ltd 

Double K. Construction Co. 

Ltd 

Doubleday Publishers 

Douglas, M 

Douglas, R. H 

Douglas Drug Stores 

Douglas Equipment Co 

Douglas Printing Co. Ltd 

Douglass, G 

Dowell, of Canada Ltd 

Dower Bros. Ltd 

Dowhaniuk, E. F 

Downey, G 

Downtown Moving and 

Storage Ltd 

Dowty Equipment of Canada 

Ltd 

Doyle, M 

Doyle, W. A., Services Ltd. . 

Dozois, G 

Drader, E 

Drapeau, J 

Draper, B 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

500.00 

Drayton Valley Stores Ltd. 

20,500.00 

Eckville Co-op Association 


4,341.30 

Drebert, M. R 

827.00 

Ltd $ 

1,450.68 

1,789.15 

Dresen and Greenaway, Drs. 

1,478.00 

Economy Book Bindery Co. .. 

1,027.13 

66,225.88 

Drew, D 

1,409.70 

Economy Corner 

844.24 

2,067.50 

Drew, E. F., and Co. Ltd 

2,669.76 

Ed and Jack’s Auto Body 


603.40 

Drewmak, S. G 

778.31 

Ltd 

571.73 

5,463.63 

Drouin, p. J 

1,488.80 

Eddy, E. B., Co 

712.24 

1,533.40 

Druart’s Store 

2,745.05 

Edgar, R. M 

4,314.86 

2,393.22 

Drumheller Associated 

Physicians 

557.50 

Edgar, W. H 

Edgar and Cissell Truck 

39,854.00 

5,751.32 

Drumheller Co-op Store 

1,848.00 

Service Ltd 

13,310.40 

1,195.45 

Drumm, E., Trucking 

1,201.00 

Edison, T. A., of Canada 


3,505.48 


2,175.00 

Ltd 

874.85 

889.85 

Du'-Al Blocks Ltd 

9,434.28 

Edmanson, R. M 

1,181.20 

18,454.01 

Du-Rite Specialties Ltd 

Dubensky, A 

2,609.62 

855.00 

Edmonton Anaestheia 

Associates 

7,059.30 

529.70 

Dublanko, J 

964.00 

Edmonton Artificial Limb Co. 

7,901.15 

506.00 

Dubois, B. 

606.20 

Edmonton Association for 


2,575.50 

Dubuc, L. E 

608.05 

Retarded Children 

1,733.00 

1,045.00 

Ducholke, W 

674.00 

Edmonton Beauty and Barber 


910.00 

Dudas, A 

639.60 

Supply 

2,285.14 

1,173.80 

Dudder, E 

613.40 

Edmonton Brokers and 


2,298.98 

Duell, Motors 

1,760.69 

Distributors Ltd 

31,183.24 

6,043.89 

Duff, Dr. F 

1,368.10 

Edmonton Butchers and 


56,405.00 

Duffin, Dr. J. D 

589.60 

Packers Supplies 

8,904.26 

778.00 

Dufva, N. M 

1,512.00 

Edmonton Cerebral Palsy 


697.20 


3,717.20 

Association 

7,617.30 

816.00 

Duggan, Dr. J. W 

1,997.50 

Edmonton Concrete Block 


559.50 

Duguay, G 

689.00 

Co 

5,745.46 

1,529,797.06 


1,239.84 

Edmonton Concrete Service .. 

880.00 

1,104.52 


510.80 

Edmonton Council of 


22,209.78 

Dujardin, P. F., and Co 

606.54 

Community Services 

991.37 

703.01 

Duke Lawn Equipment Ltd. .. 

5,337.93 

Edmonton Court Reporters .... 

5,895.40 

19,826.55 

Dumont, M 

600.00 

Edmonton Crystal Glass Ltd. 

5,599.59 

635.17 

Dumont, W 

Dumont Meats Ltd 

3,089.60 

2,552.88 

Edmonton District Planning 
Commission 

14,636.53 

10,323.55 


2,441.50 

Edmonton Excavating Ltd 

1,421.63 

15,239.45 

2,883.15 

Dun and Bradstreet of 

Canada 

1.520.00 

1.645.00 

Edmonton Exhibition 

Association 

699.80 

Dunbar, J 

Edmonton Home for 


5,434.21 

Duncan, J. V 

10,053.17 

Ex-Servicemen’s Children .. 

10,269.45 

2,498.73 

Duncan, V. M 

1,295.40 

Edmonton Industrial 



Duncan, W. M 

534.50 

Electronics 

1,137.82 

2,084.85 

Dunford Drug Co. Ltd 

3,971.34 

Edmonton Iron and Wire 


1,234.75 

Dunham, F. M 

511.80 

Works Ltd 

2,194.71 

1,025.28 

Dunham Bush Canada Ltd. .. 

515.22 

Edmonton Journal 

25,998.43 

3,460.00 

Dunlop Canada Ltd 

1,917.63 

Edmonton Motors Ltd 

216,698.05 

2,189.40 

Dunn, D 

1,331.50 

Edmonton Paint and Glass 



1,663.30 

1,955.00 

Co 

27,571.31 

9,288.19 

Durham, A. F 

Edmonton Photo Supply 

25,195.41 

1,323.14 

Durrant, P 

1,535.90 

Edmonton Potato Growers 

803.95 

547.81 

Durrant, V. L. and R. H 

3,953.00 

Ltd 

669.50 

Dusza, T 

1,004.00 

Edmonton Printers Ltd 

767.49 

1,465.47 

Dutnall, R. M 

1,156.30 

Edmonton Produce Co. Ltd. . 

10,562.17 

629.00 

Dutton-Williams Bros. Ltd. .. 

21,431.22 

Edmonton Rubber Stamp Co. 

1,564.86 

1,073.32 

Duval, F. E 

609.70 

Ltd 

632.50 

Duxbury Welding 

4,458.47 

Edmonton Public School 

5,762.98 

1,131.66 

Dwan, Dr. D 

522.80 

Board 

588.50 

Dyer Tire Ltd 

3,869.19 

Edmonton Supply Co 

756.17 

529.00 

Dykema, F. W 

1,142.98 

Edmonton Tent and Awning 

15,286.58 

1,342.50 

Dykes, E 

2,172.30 

Co. Ltd 

1,540.20 

Dykes and Brisbave 

28,260.00 

Edmonton Tire Co 

7,981.91 

Dyler, J. S 

Dyrholm, Dr. D 

512.00 

Edmonton Transfer 

612.75 

3,269.33 

5,960.00 

Edmonton Transit Mix and 

1,304.12 

8,227.50 

579.58 

4,473.33 

$ 

2,867,739.16 

Supply Co. Ltd 

Edmonton Transit System .... 

2,130.00 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 
aggregate 

91,046.98 

Edmonton Travel Agency 

Edmonton Truck Body Ltd. .. 

885.60 

1,084.92 

6,800.54 

1,192.40 

Total: Section "D” ....$ 

2,958,786.14 

Edmonton Truck Parts and 
Equipment Co 

1,382.05 

818.52 

594.20 

4,256.93 

41,566.01 

E. and O. General Store $ 

12,523.73 

Ed’s Esso Service 

Ed’s Excavating 

Ed’s Transport Ltd 

Edson Dairy Ltd 

1,319.92 

657.00 

800.26 

2,715.48 

790.00 

E. and R. Stores Ltd 

2,894.85 

Edson General Supply 

6,531.32 

4,354.32 

Eaglesham Consumers Co. -op 


Edson Motor Co. Ltd 

9,777.27 

70,487.06 

Ltd 

1,905.00 

Edson Tire Service 

1,942.50 

507.50 

Eaglesham, J. R 

622.10 

Edson Welding Co. Ltd 

2,522.28 

3,391.16 

East Kootenay Power Co. Ltd. 

580.19 

Educational Film Distributors 

1,310.24 

Eastern Irrigation District .... 

2,128.02 

Educational Testing Service .. 

3,246.11 

4,817.22 

Eastern Rockies Forest 


Edwards, Dr. A. M 

1,361.50 

Conservation Board 

37,488.46 

Edwards, E. D 

4,545.82 

558.55 

Eastman Photographic 


Edwards, Dr. G. E 

2,431.50 

1,187.3 7 

Materials Ltd 

6,931.36 

Edwards, H. J 

641.40 

533.01 

Eaton, T., Co. Ltd 

98,834.18 

Edwards, R. L 

1,755.76 

782.50 

Ebenau, R. W. H. E. and 


Edward’s Garage 

1,371.32 

1,119.00 

M. L. E 

501.50 

Edward’s Lumber 

1,239.86 

5,144.00 

Eccleston, W. O 

1,543.50 

Egbert, J. S 

2,650.00 

850.50 

Eck and Krebs Inc 

787.40 

Egg Lake Coal Co 

505.37 


CASH PAYMENTS 


323 


Name 

Egremont Motors $ 

Ehret, J 

Ehret, M 

Eickmeyer, L 

Eismann, L. D 

Ekdahl, W. D 

Ekensteen, G 

Eldorado Aviation Ltd 

Electric Crafts Ltd 

Electric Equipment Co 

Electric Motor Service Ltd. .. 
Electric Reduction Sales Co. 

Ltd 

Electrical Contracting and 

Machinery Co 

Electrical Industries Ltd 

Electronic Research and 

Development Co. Ltd 

Eleniak, K 

Elk Point Clinic 

Elk Point Transport 

Elkwater Service 

Ell, M 

Ellefson, L 

Ellefson, L., Construction Ltd. 

Ellefson Lumber Co 

Ellerbeck, A 

Eiless, T. 

Elliot, D. M. 

Elliott, A. R 

Elliott, Dr. G. B 

Elliott, R 

Ellis, R. L 

Ellis Construction Ltd. 

Ellison Milling and Elevator 

Co. Ltd. 

Ellithorpe, C 

Ellithorpe, E 

Elmwood Transport Co 

Elnora Building 

Elsro Asphalt Ltd 

Elvertorp, B 

Emann, G 

Emco Ltd 

Emerald Construction Ltd 

Emery, R 

Emery Co. Ltd 

Empire Building Supplies 

Empire Marble and Tile Ltd. 

Empire Soap Co. Ltd 

Empress Stores 

Emslie, I. L 

Encylopaedia Britannica Films 

Canada Ltd 

Endersby, D. M 

Enerson Motors Ltd 

Englehard Industries of 

Canada 

Engelhardt, W. C 

Engelman, L 

Engineering Bearings Ltd. .... 
Engineering and Plumbing 

Supplies Ltd 

English, E 

Enns, E 

Enns, F 

Enns, H. J 

Enslen, J. 

Ensminger, O 

Enterprise Agencies Ltd 

Entwistle Community 

Church 

Erickson, D. E 

Erickson, E 

Erickson, J. A. 

Erickson, K. B. M. 

Erickson’s General Store 

Eric’s Tire Service 

Erindale Foods Ltd 

Erith Tie Co. Ltd 

Ernie’s Trucking Service 

Ertman, J 

Escott, W. H., Co. Ltd 

Estabrook, C. F 

Etherington, C 

Etherington Drugs 

Ethier, A 

Etty, M. 

Etzkorn. Dr. K. R. 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

949.84 

Eureka River General Store . $ 

3,590.96 

Ferguson Supply Alberta Ltd.$ 

573,366.95 

1,503.00 

Ev of Canada Ltd 

1,303.82 

Ferlin, N. V 

1,044.42 

735.00 

Evans, A. F. 

505.00 

Ferrier, D 

852.37 

2,404.20 

Evans, C. G. 

1,309.00 

Ferries and McCullagh 


901.00 

Evans, H. 

685.20 

Construction Ltd 

3,900.00 

1,161.46 

Evans, H. J. 

877.60 

Ferstay, W 

13,601.40 

592.70 

Evans, W. G 

665.80 

Fessler, K 

1,679.20 

23,248.40 

Evans, A. O., (Athabasca) 


Fessler, O. F 

723.50 

821.61 

Ltd 

822.77 

Fettig, M 

650.31 

613.45 

Evans Construction Co. Ltd. 

743,150.97 

Field Construction 

6,460.32 

923.60 

Evans Equipment Co 

4,622.45 

Fielhaber Motors 

836.78 


Evansburg Creamery Ltd 

599.27 

Filewych, J 

654.73 

18,877.98 

Evansburg General Store 

1,355.07 

Filpowich, A 

1,344.35 


Evansburg Sand and Gravel 


Fimrites Store 

742.90 

852.78 

Co 

2,347.60 

Financial Times 

548.01 

6,816.26 

Everall Engineering Ltd 

235,162.19 

Fink, G 

745.10 


Evertt, M. L. 

528.60 

Finley, L. R 

610.50 

4,112.00 

Evergreen Press Ltd 

5,981.97 

Fiorino, R 

592.38 

2,309.60 

Eversman, J., Estate 

3,923.00 

Fire Commissioners Training 


1,889.50 

Ewanovich, M 

524.38 

School 

2,663.97 

819.62 

Ewing, C 

561.40 

Firestone Store 

2,955.65 

566.53 

Ewing, J 

630.80 

First Investors Corporation 


1,710.18 

Expert Ditchers Co. Ltd 

49,365.99 

Ltd 

1,245.00 

625.00 

Exploration Services Ltd 

21,683.50 

Fischer, A. A 

826.00 

240,692.31 

Explosives Ltd 

3,627.64 

Fischer, C 

609.33 

14,342.28 

Eymundson, B 

1,451.05 

Ficher, E. J. E 

868.35 

636.20 



Fischer, J. 

1,369.60 

1,530.00 

$ 

2,476,182.22 

Fischer, K 

4,491.50 

1,470.00 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 


Fischer and Porter Canada 


1,050.00 


45,264.65 

Ltd 

11,610.18 

947.50 


Fishburne, M., Ltd 

834.20 

725.40 

Total: Section "E” ... $ 

2,521,446.87 

Fishburne’s Truck Service 

1,325.20 

572.79 



Fisher, A. A 

12,721.06 

50,777.25 



Fisher, D 

2,024.70 




Fisher, L. E 

504.00 

6,335.91 

Fabric Care Associates Ltd $ 

4,058.06 

Fisher, R. T 

13,884.71 

685.50 

Failing, G. E., Supply Co. 


Fisher, W 

1,088.00 

1,836.12 

Ltd 

7,803.39 

Fisher, W. J 

15,725.75 

1,214.05 

Fairbairn, D 

2,242.00 

Fisher, W. S 

765.62 

900.00 

Fairbanks Morse Appliance 


Fisher and Burpe Ltd 

31,560.55 

18,643.92 

Co. Ltd 

1,433.24 

Fisher and Taylor 

540.00 

1,009.80 

Fairburn, A. R 

578.80 

Fisher Scientific Co. Ltd 

34,054.98 

914.00 

Fairchild Camera Instrument 


Fishman, E 

613.75 

94,937.36 

Corporation of Canada Ltd. 

2,870.00 

Fisk Tire Service Co. Ltd 

2,250.51 

2,437.44 

Fairview Co-op Store 

2,040.84 

Fithen, E 

1,154.00 

866.30 

Fairview Esso Service 

1,791.54 

Fitzgerald W 

723.00 

4,958.16 

Falher Transport 

590.95 

Fitzgibbon Plastics Ltd 

2,181.40 

1,577.82 

Falla, C 

1,038.25 

Fitzpartick, A 

513.29 

9,007.53 

Falls, A 

723.80 

Fix Brothers Construction .... 

1,290.00 

17,727.15 

Farewell, R. M 

4,334.00 

Fizer, G 

877.60 

18,799.92 

Farewell, R. M. and H. E 

1,268.00 

Flatherty, C. W 

1,110.16 

1,547.74 

Farewell, S. H., Estate 

1,257.00 

Flame Master 

3,083.23 


Farm Electric Services Ltd 

13,548.57 

Flasha, P 

6,360.78 

5,434.35 

Farm Implement Co 

1,274.85 

Flato Construction Ltd 

2,819.81 

5,901.00 

Farmers and Merchants Trust 


Flato and Maro Construction 


1,712.52 

Co. Ltd. 

12,844.33 

Ltd 

59,801.00 

Farmers Meat Market 

513.53 

Fleck Bros. Ltd 

9,258.16 

2,220.12 

Farmers Trading Co., 


Fleet Tire Distributors Ltd. .. 

706.66 

883.95 

Entwistle 

2,054.37 

Fleetway Trucking Co. Ltd. .. 

148,699.00 

1,640.27 

Farmers Trading Co., High 


Fleetwood, W. J 

758.12 

2,227.43 

Prairie 

11,986.74 

Fleming, R. W 

660.20 

Farmers Trading Supply 

865.69 

Fleming-MacKay Construction 


1,747.65 

Farnalls, Dr. R. B 

2,285.00 

Ltd 

220,667.00 

917.72 

Farr, E. and Neazor, K 

10,724.00 

Fleming Motors Ltd 

2,419.77 

867.00 

Farrell Agencies, The 

105,000.59 

Fleming Pedlar Ltd 

11,272.80 

520.00 

Parrish, M. M 

2,403.00 

Fletcher, Dr. E. E 

740.00 

523.50 

Farwil Corporation 

28,013.25 

Fletcher, K 

1,240.30 

2,340.00 

Faryna, L. H 

961.00 

Fletcher, M. E 

533.50 

1,797.04 

Faryna, N 

3,108.50 

Fleury, R 

632.35 

830.70 

Faucher, L 

1,601.50 

Flinn, W. T 

3,188.28 


Faulkner, R 

900.00 

Flint, T. O 

915.60 

3,150.00 

Fayerman, Dr. H 

1,029.05 

Flint Rig Co. Ltd 

584.01 

1,161.60 

Fecho, F 

912.00 

Flintoft, M. S 

1,245.49 

931.80 

Federal Equipment Western 


Flynn, G 

1,570.22 

784.30 

Ltd 

1,861.38 

Flynn, T. R., and Sons Ltd. 

5,129.00 

800.00 

Federchuk, M. and A 

2,434.00 

Fobes, R. D 

749.10 

1,666.81 

Fedeyko, W 

1,280.70 

Foerster, E 

521.77 

18,848.52 

Fedor, S 

1,103.13 

Foggo, R 

553.60 

1,562.88 

Fedor-Harris-Reich 


Folk, F 

742.93 

2,316.00 

Refrigeration Ltd 

997.37 

Fong, J 

1,571.75 

638.75 

Fedoretz, P 

1,165.60 

Fong, L 

1,251.20 

1,909.60 

Feero, G. C 

3,750.00 

Fontaine, M 

1,309.60 

1,873.00 

Fels, L 

2,912.03 

Food Basket, The 

1,713.30 

2,000.00 

Felsing, A. D. W. D. and 


Foothills Aviation Ltd 

5,345.04 

572.20 

S. D., Estate 

2,320.00 

Foothills Produce Ltd 

2,700.75 

567.61 

Fenrich Pretressed Concrete 


Foothills Steel Foundary and 


515.50 

Ltd. 

227,805.21 

Iron Works Ltd 

1,020.20 

2,825.28 

Fenrich Unit Step Co. Ltd. . 

9,858.40 

Forberg, H 

1,800.55 

3.835.00 

Ference. M 

1.607.05 

Ford. E 

1,678.00 


324 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Name 

Ford Bros $ 

Ford Motor Company of 

Canada Ltd 

Forest Lawn Drugs Ltd 

Forest Lawn Service 

Forestburg Collieries Ltd 

Forester, A 

Forester, I., Drilling 

Forester, Harry, Ltd 

Forman’s, J., Ltd 

Forrester Water Well 

Drilling 

Forseth Machine Supplies 

Ltd 

Forseth Motors 

Forsyth Construction Co. Ltd. 

Fort Macleod Transport 

Fortier, R 

Fortier Northey and 

Associates Holdings Ltd. 

Fossen, H. and A 

Foster, H 

Foster and McGarvey Ltd 

Foster Wheeler Ltd 

Foster, N. A 

Foster’s Garden Chapel Ltd. . 
Foster’s Seed and Feed Ltd. 
Foundation Co. of Canada 

Ltd 

Fountain, M 

Fountain Tire Service 

Four Way Wholesale 

Four Winds Cafe 

Fournier, R 

Fowler, N 

Fowler’s Meats and Groceries 

Fowlie Motor Sales Ltd 

Fowlow, Dr. W. A 

Fox, F 

Fox, L. E 

Fox Creek Cafe 

Frache, E. B 

Francis, Dr. J. R 

Francis, Dr. R. R 

Franciscan Fathers 

Frank, A 

Frank, H 

Frankie’s Truck Service 

Franklin Serum Co. of 

Canada Ltd 

Frank’s Grocery and Meats .... 

Franson, G 

Fraser, J. A 

Fraser, J 

Fraser, L 

Fraser, Dr. R 

Fraser, R 

Fraser, Dr. W. R 

Fraser, and Co. Ltd., D. R. 

and Bothwell Bros Ltd 

Fraser and Rice Construction 

Ltd 

Frayn, T. L 

Frazer, A 

Frederking, B. A 

Freeman, V. J 

Freeman and Wilson Co. 

Ltd., The 

Frejer, K 

French, C. R 

French, G 

French, L. M 

French, R. L 

French Transport Ltd 

Frerot, A 

Frerot, S 

Freson Market Ltd 

Frew, K. A. 

Frey, T 

Friebe, C. R 

Fried, H 

Friedman, Dr. M 

Frith, C 

Frobel, C 

Froland, I. K 

Frontier Steel Industries Ltd. 

Frosst, C. E., and Co 

Frost Steel and Wire Co. 

Ltd 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

1,317.90 

Fry, D. A # 

1,190.75 

Gee, M. S # 

885.40 


Fry, H 

674.30 

Geiger, L 

3,570.00 

71,863.39 

Fry Cadbury Ltd 

2,143.58 

Geigy Pharmaceuticals 

19,668.91 

530.48 

Frykberg, O 

655.95 

Geinger Construction Co. 

909.50 

Fuchs, P. H. 

533.70 

Ltd 

803.00 

552.30 

Fuchs, J. R. and M 

1,394.00 

Gelfand, Dr. A. S 

2,359.70 

742.57 

Fuhr, J. D 

725.75 

Gendren’s Store 

500.00 

1,433.94 

Fujaros, R. G 

550.00 

General Bakeries Ltd 

4,223.72 

500.27 

Fulmore, M 

1,036.40 

General Construction Co. 

7,352.59 

Funk, A 

1,369.00 

Ltd 

15,047.51 

5,319.85 

Funnell’s Groceteria 

Furber, W. G. N. J. and 

2,083.16 

General Electric X-Ray 

Corporation Ltd 

26,976.22 


R. J 

1,807.00 

General Equipment Ltd 

3,524.24 

613.20 

Furman’s Tasty Bread Ltd 

1,794.45 

General Paint Corporation of 


1,403.86 

Furnace-Aire Ltd 

1,299.52 

Canada Ltd 

49,057.15 

211,575.51 

Furnasman Ltd. 

6,725.68 

General Plastics Ltd 

1,052.60 

1,104.17 

Futurama W indow Corportion 


General Publishing Co. Ltd. .. 

2,139.06 

526.50 

Ltd 

8,691.71 

General Radio Co 

1,956.93 


F'yte Smith Hardwood Ltd. 

25,473.54 

General Service Garage 

2,387.94 

2,001.25 

Fyles, N 

1,771.00 

General Sound and Theatre 


650.00 

Fyten, M. R 

744.50 

Equipment Ltd 

1,887.63 

2,997.30 

820.00 

£ 

3,201,326.77 

General Supplies Ltd 

General Tire and Rubber Co. 

29,291.34 

20,513.60 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 


of Canada Ltd 

13,497.08 

1,267.00 


74,641.30 

3,275,968.07 

George, P 

1,596.10 

925.00 

768.00 

Total: Section "F” ....# 

Gerald’s Store 

Gering, A 

13,451.77 

2,590.00 

421,487.51 

944.00 

G. and B. Shothole 


Gerlitz, A. R 

Gerlory, M 

Germain Construction Ltd 

827.90 

510.00 

627.30 

934.64 

Cementers Ltd $ 

28,244.95 

Germaniuk, P 

1,503.56 

4,941.79 

G.F.M. Construction 

4,572.80 

Gero, J 

545.50 

609.05 

Gabes Trucking 

837.60 

Gervais, Y 

673.38 

948.00 

Gaboury, A. R. 

733.60 

Gestetner Canada Ltd 

14,131.71 

745.97 

Gaboury, D. 

1,064.20 

Ghitter, Dr. E. I 

683.75 

1,437.67 

Gaboury, J 

1,131.00 

Giant Battery Co. Ltd 

1,032.13 

844.10 

1,978.62 

Gaboury, Jeanette 

658.25 

Gibb, C. V 

2,524.60 

Gaboury, M. A. 

1,548.86 

Gibbons, E 

1,243.00 

542.31 

Gaetz and Cornet Drug and 


Gibbons, Mrs. E 

618.00 

727.90 

Book Co. Ltd 

2,592.62 

Gibbons, J. M., and Sons 

1,097.70 

516.23 

Gage, D 

743.88 

Gibson, Dr. H. E 

2,176.70 

858.29 

Gage Envelope 

1,059.85 

Gibson, M. J 

2,591.00 

2,632.00 

Gage, W. J., Ltd 

587,887.05 

Gibson, M. R 

1,334.00 

7,441.75 

Gagne, J 

1,236.00 

Gienow Sash and Door Co. .. 

2,403.00 

640.00 

Gagne, R 

651.00 

Giese, A. 

1,071.80 

4,042.00 

Gagnon, J 

1,243.00 

Giese, E. A 

658.99 

646.41 

Gagnon, R. 

1,192.41 

Giese Hardware and Building 


754.30 

Gain, Dr. E. A 

1,526.20 

Supplies 

553.61 


Gainers Ltd 

153,530.28 

Gilbert and Co 

1,818.45 

622.97 

Gall, M., Calgary 

608.80 

Gilbert Surgical Supply Co. 


1,321.73 

Gall, M. Lethbridge 

918.60 

Ltd 

4,777.04 

1,869.00 

506.25 

Gallaudet College Bookstore .. 

523.13 

Gilker, F 

1,044.90 

Gallelli, N., and Sons 

950,130.43 

Gill, D 

832.00 

1,167.10 

Gallelli Sand and Gravel Co. 


Gill and Moisan 

1,143.54 

824.45 

Ltd 

42,905.35 

Gillard, R. W 

862.70 

528.00 

Gallie, Dr. H. R. 

2,935.90 

Gillespie, W 

776.58 

566.60 

Gallimore, J. R 

1,773.67 

Gillis, H. R 

1,351.30 

691.50 

Gamache, W. G 

500.00 

Gillis, J 

1,311.50 


Gans, Dr. L. J 

Gant, D 

1,330.50 

Gillrie, H. B 

601.82 

427,812.35 

544.50 

Gilmour, E 

660.20 


Garbutt Business College Ltd. 

772.00 

Gilroy, R. K 

1,418.39 

52,573.09 

Gardner, Dr. J. S 

1,151.50 

Gimbel, J. P. 

18,163.00 

1,582.42 

Gardner, W 

618.00 

Gingras, P 

544.50 

2,726.42 

Gardner, Z 

6,762.00 

Ginn and Co 

360,002.75 

1,040.60 

Gardner Motors 

8,891.41 

Ginther, A 

1,426.45 

646.30 

Gardner’s Store 

1,152.00 

Gippert, G 

525.00 


Garlock of Canada Ltd 

4,377.99 

Girard, J 

2,113.40 

6,299.09 

Garn, E 

3,051.25 

Giroux, D 

1,272.70 

1,546.05 

Garner, D. R 

1,306.00 

Giroux, Dr. L 

5,931.00 

589.50 

Garner, G. F 

2,174.80 

Gitzel, L 

1,548.67 

743.20 

Garnett Transport 

1,486.69 

Glasspole, E. M 

829.57 

539.50 

Garon, L 

573.00 

Glaxo Allenburys Canada Ltd. 

14,046.11 

982.80 

Gastle, R. A 

1,530.00 

Glazerman, M 

1,112.00 

681.00 

Gateway Aviation Ltd 

33,975.67 

Glenwood General Store 

5,414.69 

534.75 

Gateway Building Supplies 

Glidden Co. Ltd 

16,986.34 

1,473.90 

Ltd 

10,644.02 

Glo-Sheen Cleaners 

1,577.20 

19,037.85 

Gateway Publishers Ltd 

1,562.26 

Gloer, E 

3,900.00 

651.50 

Gateway Tourist Service Ltd. 

689.13 

Glover, E 

775.00 

1,728.00 

Gathercole, F 

814.57 

Glover, J. 

973.50 

900.00 

Gatzki, R. and G 

198,231.37 

Glowa, E. T 

2,671.00 

616.00 

Gaudet, Dr. N. S 

1,088.00 

Glowa, M 

789.93 

769.00 

Gaulin, N 

1,613.42 

Glowitski, O 

1,353.21 

659.80 

Gault Brothers Ltd 

1,246.87 

Glubish, P. H 

1,236.00 

1,403.80 

Gaults Alberta Ltd 

1,566.61 

Glubrecht, E 

845.35 

2,693.40 

Gautheir, S 

1,875.36 

Gobeil, R 

741.00 

47,123.33 

Gauvin, G 

1,154.00 

Gobel, V 

1,632.20 

6,780.28 

Gavinchuk, M 

1,627.00 

Godbout, Y. L 

1,135.62 


Gawdun, W 

5,495.73 

Godkin, Dr. G. F 

1,785.00 

7,085.07 

Gayton, L. F 

1,685.00 

Godkin, R 

4,196.75 


CASH PAYMENTS 


325 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

Goertz, L $ 5,000.00 

Goertz, F., Ltd 562.30 

Goerzen, M 515.00 

Goett, W., and Co. Ltd 3,483.07 

Goettel, R 585.00 

Golby, E 819.00 

Golda, F 502.10 

Golden, T 1,642.58 

Golden Arrow Sprayers Ltd. .. 1,327.05 

Golden Hawk Freightlines 

Ltd 2,245.31 

Golden West Seeds Ltd 1,166.89 

Goldie, F. and Sheftel, B 2,562.00 

Goldsmith, E. J 2,807.34 

Goldsmith, H. 680.00 

Goldsmith, M. J. 527.50 

Goldthorpe, A 973.00 

Golem, H 723.00 

Goldts, C 1,828.88 

Goode, D 1,089.10 

Goodie, E 1,341.00 

Goodrich, G 1,372.71 

Goodrich, B. F., Store 13,644.84 

Goodwin General Store 826.62 

Goody, J. M 677.86 

Goodyear Tire and Rubber 

Co. of Canada Ltd 3,954.78 

Goos, R 976.50 

Gordashko, F. 809.40 

Gordey, L 659.75 

Gordey Bros 5,929.89 

Gordichuk Bros 652.50 

Gordie’s General Store 2,089.60 

Gordie’s Transport 707.56 

Gordon, B 901.00 

Gordon, H. W 880.00 

Gordon, J 534.24 

Gordon, J. B., Construction 

Co 3,263.00 

Gordon, M., Machinery Ltd. 3,508.49 

Goriniuk, M 559.50 

Gormans Ltd 21,450.82 

Gorrell, Dr. D. S 1,753.00 

Gorrill, H. F 4,886.05 

Gorrill, W. H., Store 1,480.61 

Gould’s Triangle General 

Store 637.00 

Government of Canada: 

Dept, of Agriculture 3,585.95 

Dept, of Citizenship and 

Immigration 25,751.10 

Customs and Excise 21,345.78 

Dept, of Forestry 738.00 

Dept, of Mines and 

Surveys 1,401.20 

Dept, of National Defence 12,033.97 

National Film Board 2,276.68 

Dept, of National Health 

and Welfare 4,059.10 

Dept, of Northern Affairs 

and National Resources 3,139.61 

Postage 465,316.11 

Public Printing 2,480.18 

Dept, of Public Works 545.00 

Receiver General 1,689,089.03 

Dept, of Trade and 

Commerce 973.40 

Dept, of Transport 2,164.33 

Dept, of Veterans Affairs 2,737.10 

Gov’t, of the Province of 

British Columbia 98,493.68 


Name Amount 

Gov’t, of the Province of 

Manitoba 35,889.07 

Gov’t, of the Province of 

Ontario 1,815.60 

Gov’t, of the Province of 

Quebec 680.00 

Gov’t, of the Province of 

Saskatchewan 33,367.43 

Govt, of the United States 

of America 1,125.88 

Gow-Mac Instrument Co 638.17 

Gowling, MacTavish, Osborne 

and Henderson 521.50 

Grace Children’s Home 9,258.67 

Graden, G. G 1,105.15 

Graham, D 601.10 

Graham, D. E 7,257.30 

Graham, K. D 1,844.60 

Graham, R 1,110.65 

Graham, P. W., and Sons 

Ltd 44,757.91 

Graham Motors Ltd 527.99 

Graham Ranches Ltd 1,627.60 

Granada General Store 1,061.14 

Grande, V 1,291.75 

Grande Prairie Dept. Store .... 793.00 

Grande Prairie Iron Works .. 1,958.43 

Grande Prairie Meat 10,021.12 

Grande Prairie Tire 662.35 

Grandish, J. J 723.75 

Grant, R. B 761.00 

Grant Brothers Lumber Ltd. .. 20,057.84 

Grant Industries Ltd 17,054.72 

Grant-Mann Lithographers 

Ltd 672.36 

Graphic Arts Western Ltd. .. 1,949.85 

Graphic Engraving Ltd 1,850.87 

Graphic Films Ltd 1,462.88 

Graw, B 840.00 

Gray, D 760.85 

Gray, David 848.70 

Gray, E. W 618.00 

Gray, Dr. G. S 1,100.00 

Gray, Dr. K. C 1,415.00 

Gray, W 1,891.17 

Gray Carriers 1,873.18 

Grealy, B. D 1,113.85 

Great West Distributors Ltd. 5,923.30 

Great West Mercantile 1,071.50 

Great Western Garment Co. 

Ltd 40,006.18 

Greckol, M. N 1,281.83 

Green, R. G 792.08 

Green Acres Animal Hospital 1,898.35 

Green Cross Products 3,838.77 

Green Fire Brick Co. Ltd 2,177.93 

Greene, C. J 1,155.00 

Greene, M 513.70 

Greening, B„ Wire Co. Ltd. 2,143.91 

Greenlaw, K 1,236.00 

Greenslade, P 1,225.60 

Greenstein, A. J 948.20 

Greenway, D 627.47 

Greenway, J. A 1,819.80 

Greer, W. E., Ltd 24,775.19 

Gregg Distributors 3,596.70 

Greggains, J. L 514.50 

Gresl, M 1,424.80 

Greyhound Lines of Canada 

Ltd 16,442.04 


Name Amount 

Griep and Humphries 2,138.40 

Griep’s Furniture and 

Hardware 559.83 

Grieve, L 1,216.00 

Grieve Transport Ltd 2,040.75 

Griffin, F 1,386.00 

Grigg, D 959.11 

Grigg, R 908.35 

Grimm’s Grocery Store 4,252.37 

Grimshaw Meat and Locker 

Plant 6,474.01 

Grimshaw Trucking and 

Distributing 5,025.35 

Grinde, E 819.00 

Grinnel Co. of Canada Ltd. .. 40,161.76 

Grizel, A 544.50 

Groarke, C 545.50 

Grobowsky, P 726.86 

Groeneveldt, L 1,496.90 

Groenewoud, G 520.38 

Grosser Automotive Supplies 

Ltd 971.79 

Grosser Parts Ltd 11,519.39 

Grossman, F 618.00 

Grouard General Store 3,367.45 

Group Anaethetic Services .... 20,829.90 

Grove Valve and Regulator 

Co 620.24 

Grovedale General Store 1,156.33 

Grumbacher of Canada Ltd. .. 666.36 

Grynock, Dr. R. L 913.50 

Grzech, E 993.00 

Guardian Steel FaBricators 

Ltd 16,386.16 

Guenette, G 1,032.01 

Guenette, L 536.80 

Guertin, K . 566.27 

Guertin Construction Ltd 7,962.00 

Guest, G., Garage 880.60 

Guibert, P., Ltd 3,850.00 

Guidance Centre 6,082.61 

Guimond, T 4,688.25 

Guimond Bros 4,685.50 

Guide, H 1,070.35 

Guide, Mrs. H 923.75 

Gullion, S. E 797.40 

Gunderson, 0 559.50 

Gunderson, P 2,322.47 

Gunderson, W 1,229.15 

Gundys, Tire Shop 2,199.97 

Gunn, G. E 1,495.00 

Gunn, Dr. I. M 774.30 

Gunn, T. W 1,527.50 

Gunthers Building Supplies 

Ltd 2,270.57 

Gusnowski, J 1,007.40 

Guterson, J. F 984.15 

Guy, E. J 911.45 

Guzowski, J 4,845.00 

Gwatin, E. F 3,822.40 

Gypsum Lime and Alabastine 

Canada Ltd 1,376.27 

Gyte, H. R 547.42 


# 5,744,038.59 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 
aggregate 80,877.71 


Total: Section "G” 5,824,916.30 


GRANTS 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT: 

Agricultural Societies: 

Athabasca District Agricultural Society # 1,793.06 

Barrhead District Agricultural Society 125.00 

Battle River Agricultural Society 787.29 

Benalto Agricultural Society 1,056.75 

Camrose Agricultural Society 3,221.00 

Central Alberta Agricultural Society 125.00 

Darwell Agricultural Society 529.1 1 

Drumheller District Agricultural Society 275.00 

Fairview Agricultural Society 283.25 

Falher Donnelly Girouxville Agricultural 877.50 

Goose Creek Agricultural Society 486.00 

Grande Prairie County Agricultural Society 1,314.00 

Lamont Agricultural Society 57.50 

Lethbridge and District Exhibition Agricultural Society 4,275.00 


326 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Agricultural Societies — Continued : 

Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association Ltd $ 1,536.00 

Mayerthorpe and District Agricultural Society 300.00 

Medicine Hat and District Agricultural Society 134.25 

Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede 1,200.00 

Olds Agricultural Society 1,219.00 

Peace River and District Agricultural Society 275.00 

Pincher Creek District Agricultural Society 827.79 

Priddis and Millarville Agricultural Society 1,200.00 

Red Deer Agricultural Society 4,084.00 

St. Paul Agricultural Society 94.00 

Stettler District Agricultural Society 125.00 

Vauxhall Agricultural Society 1,200.00 

Vegreville Agricultural Society 4,163.76 

Vermilion Agricultural Society 4,125.00 

Westlock and District Agricultural Society 1,320.16 

Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society 1,296.00 

Wildwood and District Agricultural Society 342.36 

Willingdon Agricultural Society 877.86 


Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs 

Miscellaneous Grants: 

Alberta Dairymen’s Association $ 200.00 

Alberta Federation of Agriculture 2,000.00 

Alberta Horticultural Association 500.00 

Alberta Mink Breeders’ Association 2,000.00 

Alberta Poultry Federation 190.00 

Alberta Provincial Bee Keepers’ Association 200. CO 

Alberta Turkey Association 500.00 

Calgary Poultry Association 250.00 

Canadian Council on Boys’ and Girls’ Club Work 650.00 

Cattle Breeders, Calgary 200.00 

Cattle Breeders, Edmonton 200.00 

Government of Saskatchewan 5,000.00 

Horse Breeders, Edmonton 200.00 

Master Farm Family Awards 4,000.00 

Sheep Breeders, Calgary 300.00 

Sheep Breeders, Edmonton 150.00 

Swine Breeders, Edmonton 150.00 

Toronto Royal Winter Fair 3,500.00 


Special Grants and Prizes: 

Aetna Leavitt Irrigation District $ 1,116.44 

Agricultural Service Boards Grants 205,440.79 

Bow River Development 6,000.00 

Brucellosis in Cattle 289,430.10 

County of Grande Prairie No. 1 9,359.88 

Daysland Drainage District 2,000.00 

Ducks Unlimited Canada 17,717.06 

Emergency Farm Assistance 665.00 

Emergency Fodder and Feed Policy 202,676.03 

Grants for Construction of Dams and Dugouts in the Peace 

River Region 8,365.20 

Holden Drainage District 695.85 

Klatt, B. D 25.00 

Municipal Districts: 

Acadia No. 34 241.46 

Leduc No. 75 6,214.56 

Provost No. 52 2,237.30 

Vermilion River No. 71 2,382.12 

Wainwright No. 61 2,651.82 

Provincial Treasurer, Department of Municipal Affairs 5,289.73 

Royal Winter Fair 723.50 

Schools of Agriculture Year Book Grants 127.00 

Town of Calmar 3,283.95 

University of Alberta 20,650.00 


Civil Defence: 

City of Calgary # 23,323.03 

City of Camrose 3,837.59 

City of Drumheller and Improvement District No. 42 1,996.80 

City of Edmonton 24,171.22 

City of Grande Prairie 1,147.65 

City of Lethbridge 8,987.26 

City of Medicine Hat 3,442.46 

City of Red Deer 2,127.24 

City of Wetaskiwin 2,006.34 

County of Beaver No. 9 2,233.02 

County of Grande Prairie No. 1 5,635.63 

County of Mountain View 4,591.21 

County of Paintearth 226.36 

County of Ponoka No. 3 1,702.98 

County of Stettler 430.13 

County of Thorhild No. 7 567.71 

County of Vulcan No. 2 1,529.14 

County of Wetaskiwin No. 1 864.26 

Municipal District of Bonnyville 203.17 

Municipal District of Lac Ste Anne No. 93 1,062.08 

Municipal District of Leduc No. 75 2,796.26 

Municipal District of Lethbridge No. 25 45.79 


$ 39,525.64 

14,885.75 


20,190.00 


787,292.79 


CASH PAYMENTS 


327 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT — Continued : 


Civil Defence — Continued: 


Municipal District of Paintearth 

$ 

839.65 


Municipal District of Red Deer 


2,044.57 


Municipal District of Rocky View. No 44 


328.13 


Municipal District of St. Paul No. 86 


1,111.14 


Municipal District of Starland No. 47 


125.78 


Municipal District of Stony Plain 


5,695.75 


Municipal District of Vermilion River No. 71 


1,405.05 


Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26 


3,466.15 


Town of Athabasca 


561.08 


Town cf Beaverlodge 


819.52 


Town of Bowness 


1,921.09 


Town of Brooks 


261.75 


Town of Cardston 


902.83 


Town of Claresholm 


475.15 


Town of Didsbury 


219.06 


Town of Drayton Valley 


1,622.46 


Town of Edson 


316.09 


Town of Fairview 


929.22 


Town of Falher 


1,265.55 


Town of Forest Lawn 


1,609.65 


Town of Fort MacLeod 


560.89 


Town of Fort Saskatchewan 


1,759.80 


T own of Hanna 


1,759.89 


Town of Hardisty 


85.59 


Town of High Prairie 


900.06 


Town of Innisfail 


642.25 


Town of Jasper Place 


946.61 


Town of Lacombe 


2,561.98 


Town of Lacombe and Municipal District of Lacombe 64 . 


993.91 


Town of Leduc 


409.22 


Town of Magrath 


977.90 


Town of Manning 


327.76 


Town of Morinville 


363.81 


Town of Nanton 


1,016.27 


Town of Okotoks 


3,466.50 


T own of Olds 


729.39 


Town of Peace River 


1,472.65 


Town of Pincher Creek 


999.39 


Town of Redcliff 


275.62 


Town of Spirit River 


458.94 


Town of St. Paul 


138.24 


Town of Stavely 


832.70 


Town of Sundre 


294.87 


Town of Vegreville 


350.97 


Town of Vermilion 


451.76 


Town of Westlock 


566.33 


Village of Bowden 


424.81 


Village of Cluny 


269.68 


Village of Evansburg 


271.25 


Village of Foremost 


29.23 


Village of Girouxville 


602.05 


Village of Hines Creek 


433.78 


Village of Hythe 


231.67 


Village of Kinuso 


402.28 


Village of Marwayne 


18.81 


Village of Mayerthorpe 


215.07 


Village of Penhold 


249.32 


Village of Rycroft 


124.34 


Village of Sexsmith 


324.79 


Village of Standard 


414.18 


Village of Wanham 


86.45 





# 146,288.01 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: 




Grants to Schools 



#25,196,119.59 

Education Contingency Grants 



1,235,904.00 

Teacher Education and Student Aid 



1,046,998.95 

University of Alberta 



8,050,000.00 

Alberta Federation of Home and School Association 



1,200.00 

Alberta Schools Athletic Association 



300.00 

Associated Temperance Forces of Alberta 



15,000.00 

Canadian Educational Association 



8,500.00 

Faculty of Education Research Committee 



750.00 

Musical Festivals: 




Alix School Festival 

$ 

30.00 


Ardrossan Elementary School Festival 


20.00 


Ardrossan High School Festival 


20.00 


Ardrossan School Festival 


50.00 


Bentley School Festival 


30.00 


Calgary School Festival 


250.00 


Campbelltown School Festival 


20.00 


Eckville School Festival 


30.00 


Edmonton School Festival 


350.00 


Ellerslie School Festival 


20.00 


Fort Saskatchewan Elementary School Festival 


25.00 


Fort Saskatchewan School Festival 


20.00 


High Prairie School Festival 


30.00 


Lacombe School Festival 


40.00 


Lethbridge School Festival 


125.00 



1,008,182.19 


328 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT — Continued : 


Musical Festivals — Continued'. 

Medicine Hat School Festival $ 70.00 

Mirror School Festival 30.00 

Namao High School Festival 20.00 

Park Elementary School Festival 20.00 

Routhier School Festival 30.00 

Sherwood Heights School Festival 20.00 

Spruceview School Festival 20.00 

Sundre School Festival 40.00 

Taber School Festival 50.00 

Vauxhall School Festival 50.00 

Vilna School Festival 30.00 

Wood River School Festival 40.00 

Wye School Festival 20.00 


Allowance to Aged Teachers: 

Crough, M. L 

Kern, E 

Nixon, W 

Smith, C. E 


? 360.00 

300.00 

360.00 
360.00 


Education of Children of Deceased and Disabled Servicemen 


EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: 

Gratuities to Employees of Civil Service 


$ 1,500.00 


1,380.00 

40,832.50 

? 35,598,485.04 


10,925.00 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT: 

City of Calgary $ 102,530.24 

City of Edmonton 205,571.32 

City of Lethbridge 120,157.77 

Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61 10.859.51 

Municipal District of Fairview No. 136 12,260.00 

Municipal District of Lethbridge No. 25 22,893.12 

Towns: 

Bassano 18,630.00 

Blairmore 28,737.01 

Bonnyville 7,313.84 

Bow Island 11,049.93 

Bowness 56,90 6.77 

Brooks 38,860.00 

Cardston 13,961.38 

Castor 9,451.21 

Coaldalc 2,129.88 

Coleman 11,822.89 

Drayton Valley 12,861.55 

Edson 47,180.00 

Fairview 26,190.00 

Forest Lawn 79,976.79 

Grand Centre 25,648.19 

Granum 11,967.80 

Hanna 34,146.17 

Hinton 46,740.00 

Innisfail 31,580.00 

Irvine 11,912.61 

Lac La Biche 15,550.39 

Lacombc 27,241.60 

Leduc 36,060.00 

Lodgepole 15,568.84 

Manning 17,670.00 

McLennan 16,703.42 

McMurray 6,394.08 

Montgomery 69,490.00 

Peace River 36,160.00 

Picture Butte 14,801.00 

Provost 14,589.47 

Redcliff 33,350.00 

Rocky Mountain House 18,902.72 

Spirit River 19,530.00 

St. Albert 35,070.00 

Stavely 11,974.07 

Stettler 45,569.1 1 

Strathmore 9,012.62 

Sundre 19,670.00 

Sylvan Lake 14,867.55 

Three Hills 24,230.00 

Tofield 1,047.15 

Two Hills 10,833.31 

Vegreville 11,420.79 

Vermilion 35,530.00 

Westlock 15,813.22 

Villages: 

Acme 4,529.77 

Alix 14,616.93 

Bentley 6,554.89 

Berwyn 5,634.25 

Blackie 11,460.00 

Blackfalds 10,813.23 

Bowden 3,864.52 

Bruderheim 12,820.00 

Carbon 13,263.85 


CASH PAYMENTS 


329 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT — Continued: 


Villages — Continued: 


Caroline 

* 

12,060.17 

Carstairs 


15,126.35 

Clive 


2,530.74 

Clyde 


11,114.19 

Cochrane 


18,120.00 

Delia 


339.53 

Dewberry 


10,137.68 

Donnelly 


10,551.90 

Eckville 


15,180.00 

Ferintosh 


10,311.76 

Glendon 


12,980.00 

Hay Lakes 


9,988.01 

Hillspring 


12.050.00 

13.500.00 

Hines Creek 


Innisfree 


10,085.04 

Kinuso 


13,146.58 

Kitscoty 


7,131.88 

Legal 


14,490.00 

Millet 


13,902.70 

Mirror 


9,342.25 

Penhold 


1,246.74 

Sangudo 


11,753.37 

Slave Lake 


17,340.00 

Smoky Lake 


16,372.50 

Stirling 


14,049.11 

Strome 


10,304.89 

Thorhild 


11,124.60 

Thorsby 


14,258.57 

Tilley 


11,930.00 

Wanham 


12,100.00 

Warburg 


11,205.40 

INDUSTRY AND DEVELOPMENT: 

Alberta Tourist Association 

$ 

10,605.00 

Angus Ridge Women’s Institute 


300.00 

Canadian Tourist Association 


1,200.00 

International Collegiate Ski Meet 


2,500.00 

Jasper Park Ski Club 


1,000.00 

Mannville Old Timers Association, The 


300.00 

North American Highway Association 


1,200.00 

Pioneers’ Museum Association at Shandro 


200.00 

Scholarships 


225.00 

LANDS AND FORESTS DEPARTMENT: 

Alberta Forest Service Poster Contest 

$ 

490.00 

Municipal District of Leduc No. 75 


5,320.00 

Winagami Beach Association 


300.00 


MINES AND MINERALS DEPARTMENT: 


University of Alberta 


$ 2,015,718.72 


17,530.00 


6,110.00 

3,600.00 


MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT: 


Battle River District Planning Commission # 13,642.59 

Calgary District Planning Commission 37,322.00 

City of Calgary 64,951.95 

City of Edmonton 195,141.64 

City of Lloydminster 3,834.71 

City of Wetaskiwin 6,916.33 

County of Paintearth No. 18 2,944.31 

County of Sturgeon No. 15 3,984.30 

County of Vulcan No. 2 8,632.58 

Edmonton District Planning Commission 43,003.51 

Municipal District of Leduc No. 75 20,091.44 

Municipal District of Peace No. 35 5,463.62 

Medicine Hat District Planning Commission 13,742.70 

Oldman River District Planning Commission 26,410.00 

Peace River District Planning Commission 18,468.00 

Red Deer District Planning Commission 34,752.00 

Special Districts Trust 5,271.10 

Town of Athabasca 951.91 

Town of Barrhead 922.03 

Town of Beaverlodge 190.91 

Town of Bonnyville 2,124.09 

Town of Castor 384.11 

Town of Fort Saskatchewan 1,710.95 

Town of Hinton 4,592.25 

Town of Lac La Biche 3,041.15 

Town of Leduc 2,132.21 

Town of Provost 2,913.72 

Town of Redwater 736.77 

Town of Rocky Mountain House 14,677.04 

Town of St. Paul 889.91 

Town of Vegreville 2,384.22 

Town of Whitecourt 12,928.00 

Village of Bowden 3,439.62 

Village of Boyle 970.86 

Village of Coutts 1,352.11 

Village of Cremona 339.12 


330 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT — Continued : 


Village of Eckviile $ 1,086.63 

Village of Foremost 6,632.38 

Village of Girouxville 217.47 

Village of Milo 964.87 

Village of Seba Beach 313.38 

Village of Smoky Lake 985.67 

Village of Spruce Grove 1,223.70 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT: 


Adult Education Conference Committee $ 300.00 

Alberta Camping Association 100.00 

Alberta Drama League 2,000.00 

Alberta Lawn Tennis Association 300.00 

Alberta Library Association 500.00 

Alberta Musical Festival Association 3,000.00 

Allen, K. M 100.00 

Amateur Athletic Union of Canada, Alberta Branch 228.11 

Banff Recreational Centre Co. 17,568.00 

Beta Siema Phi Convention Fund 1,000.00 

Calgary Sports Car Club 350.00 

Canadian Amateur Hockey Association 200.00 

Canadian Amateur Ski Association 506.00 

Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards 2,033.07 

Canadian Bandmasters Association 600.00 

Canadian Federation of Agriculture 400.00 

Canadian Good Roads Association 1,000.00 

Canadian Institute of Sanitary Inspectors 750.00 

Cities: 

Camrose 60,420.00 

Drumheller 15,297.33 

Grande Prairie 74,100.00 

Lethbridge 120,000.00 

Medicine Hat 130,440.00 

Red Deer 105,558.00 

Wetaskiwin 29,022.00 

Conference Expenses re Alberta Recreation Association 417.50 

Counties: 

Forty Mile No. 8 666.00 

Newell No. 4 1,226.33 

Stettler No. 6 2,462.00 

Thorhild No. 7 836.00 

Warner No. 5 848.00 

Wetaskiwin No. 1 4,025.40 

Drama Festival of the Peace 300.00 

Dutton, J. E 100.00 

Friederichsen, B 100.00 

Grants to Bands and Choirs 2,251.00 

Hamlets: 

Cambria 1,070.00 

Pickardville 568.00 

Robb 2,510.00 

Schuler 1,530.00 

West Edson 7,900.00 

Woking 1,540.00 

Lapworth, P 100.00 

Maytime in Alberta 478.60 

Municipal Districts: 

Eagle No. 81 424.00 

Fairview No. 136 2,400.00 

Kneehil! No. 48 672.00 

Lac Ste Anne No. 93 1,998.00 

Leduc No. 75 3,860.00 

Lethbridge No. 25 2,968.00 

Stony Plain No. 84 1,182.00 

Strathcona No. 83 892.00 

Vermilion River No. 71 4,070.00 

W estlock No. 92 4,018.00 

National Farm Radio Forum 500.00 

Old Age Pensioners Association 200.00 

Provincial Treasurer, Department of Municipal Affairs 74,336.00 

Recreation Leadership Grants 44,219.82 

Seymour, A. M 100.00 

Towns: 

Athabasca 5,516.00 

Beverly 32,788.00 

Blairmore 7,696.89 

Bowness 45,050.00 

Brooks 25,220.00 

Calmar 1,700.00 

Claresholm 25,180.00 

Coronation 3,572.00 

Daysland 1,302.00 

Devon 15,120.00 

Didsbury 4,908.00 

Edson 3,564.45 

Forest Lawn 44,910.00 

Fort Macleod 9,680.00 

Fort Saskatchewan 17,532.00 

Gleichen 3,325.00 

Granum 2,094.00 


$ 572,677.86 


CASH PAYMENTS 


331 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Towns — Continued: 


Grimshaw 

$ 6,116.20 


6,194.29 

Hardisty 

490.00 

High Prairie 

11,442.53 

High River 

12,612.00 

Hinton 

31,900.00 

Innisfail 

19,050.00 

Irvine 

1,518.00 

Jasper Place 

56,691.82 

Lac La Biche 

5,924.00 

Leduc 

9,140.00 

Magrath 

5,528.00 

McLennan 

6,482.17 

Nanton 

1,400.00 

Peace River 

10,076.10 

Picture Butte 

6,018.00 

Pincher Creek 

24,520.00 

Ponoka 

7,000.00 

Redwater 

4,444.00 

Rimbey 

2,500.00 

Rocky Mountain House 

9,308.00 

Stavely 

3,380.00 

Strathmore 

7,860.00 

Sylvan Lake 

7,236.00 

Taber 

39,150.00 

Three Hills 

7,720.00 

Vegreville 

2,280.00 


4,816.00 

llages: 



3,130.00 

Bashaw 

5,970.00 

Bawlf 

688.80 

Beiseker 

1,284.00 

Bellevue 

4,992.00 

Big Valley 

'900.00 

Blackfalds 

1,200.00 

Botha 

476.00 

Boyle 

2,970.00 

Bruderheim 

1,260.00 

Carmangay 

2,980.00 

Caroline 

. . 2,960.00 

Carstairs 

2,424.00 

Chauvin 

2,118.00 

Chinook 

438.42 

Clive 

996.00 

Cluny 

1,078.66 

Cochrane 

7,640.00 

Cowley 

732.00 

Craigmyle 

828.00 

Cremona 

1,152.00 

Crossfield 

2,808.00 

Delia 

2,820.00 

Donalda 

1,578.00 

Eckville 

5,150.00 

Edgerton 

1,552.00 

Elk Point 

3,564.00 

Elnora 

143.06 

Entwistle 

1,484.00 

Evansburg 

4,090.00 

Ferintosh 

1,362.00 

Foremost 

5,520.00 

Forestburg 

5,890.00 

Fort Assinboine 

2,060.00 

Frank 

798.50 

Galahad 

1,290.00 

Halkirk 

1,254.00 

Heisler 

1,332.00 

Hythe 

240.00 

Innisfree 

1,224.00 

Irricana 

748.00 

Lavoy 

762.00 

Lomond 

773.57 

Marwayne 

870.00 

Mayerthorpe 

1,000.00 

Millet 

1,331.51 

Mirror 

5,910.00 

Nobleford 

1,782.00 

Rosemary 

1,056.00 

Rumsey 

1,040.00 

Rycroft 

2,400.00 

Seba Beach 

684.00 

Sexsmith 

2,610.00 

Standard 

1,872.00 

Strom e 

1,252.00 

Thorhild 

1,216.00 

Thorsby 

1,964.00 

Trochu 

2,776.00 

Vauxhall 

5,670.00 

Veteran 

964.00 


332 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 



STATEMENT No. 

203 — Continued 

PROVINVICAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT — Continued: 


Villages — Continued : 

Whitecourt 


$ 3,944.00 

Wildwood 


1,812.00 

Willingdon 


2,586.00 

Western Board of Music 


1,200.00 

Community Libraries: 

Acme Community Library 


$ 322. CO 

Alcomdale Community Library 


88.60 

Alliance Community Library 


90.82 

Amisk Community Library 


83.60 

Andrew Municipal Library 


44.27 

Athabasca Community Library 


300.00 

Banff Community Library 


300.00 

Barrhead Regional Library Board 


6,370.70 

Bashaw Community Library 


141.32 

Beaverlodge Community Library 


304.31 

Bellevue Community Library 


282.90 

Berwyn Community Library 


300.00 

Blairmore Community Library 


300.00 

Bowness Municipal Library 


6,317.15 

Brooks Community Library 


1,010.45 

Brownvale Community Library 


75.47 

Calgary Municipal Library Board 


20,000.00 

Camrose Municipal Library Board 


4,670.40 

Carbon Community Library 


300.00 

Cardston Municipal Library Board 


1,928.15 

Carstairs Community Library 


300.00 

Castor Community Library 


254.86 

Champion Community Library 


318.15 

Chauvin Community Library 


25.32 

Claresholm Municipal Library Board 


1,772.40 

Clyde Community Library 


127.22 

Coaldale Municipal Library 


443.88 

Cochrane Community Library 


304.17 

Coleman Community Library 


300.00 

Coronation Community Library 


307.78 

Crossfield Community Library 


300.00 

Delia Community Library 


209.97 

Derwent Municipal Library 


500.00 

Devon Municipal Library 


550.00 

Didsbury Community Library 


273.21 

Drayton Valley Community Library 


68.22 

Drumheller Municipal Library Board 


1,949.85 

Duffield Community Library 


268.35 

East Coulee Community Library 


207.02 

Edmonton Municipal Library Board 


20,000.00 

Edson Community Library 


305.69 

Egremont Community Library 


141.84 

Enchant Community Library 


62.88 

Fairview Community Library 


300.00 

Falher Community Library 


318.00 

Forest Lawn Community Library 


300.00 

Forestburg Community Library 


288.42 

Fort Saskatchewan Community Library .... 


300.00 

Fort Vermilion Community Library 


211.29 

Glenwoodville Community Library 


58.59 

Grande Prairie Municipal Library Board .. 


5,474.35 

Granum Community Library 


202.14 

Grimshaw Community Library 


128.74 

Hairy Hill Community Library 


183.56 

Hanna Community Library 


300.00 

Hay Lakes Municipal Library 


126.56 

High Prairie Community Library 


350.00 

High River Municipal Library Board 


1,260.00 

Hill Spring Community Library 


300.00 

Hussar Community Library 


116.36 

Hylo Community Library 


203.51 

Hythe Community Library 


26.44 

Innisfree Community Library 


100.31 

Jasper Community Library 


258.84 

jasper Place Municipal Library Board 


10,000.00 

Keephills Community Library 


156.32 

Killam Community Library 


14.62 

La Crete Community Library 


350.00 

Lac La Biche Community Library 


293.63 

Lamont Municipal Library 


310.76 

Leduc Community Library 


895.30 

Lethbridge Municipal Library Board 


10,000.00 

Lloydminster Municipal Library 


550.00 

Lone Pine Community Library 


10.58 

Macleod Community Library 


111.36 

Magrath Community Library 


121.38 

Mannville Community Library 


222.14 

McLennan Community Library 


61.67 

Medicine Hat Municipal Library Board 


10,000.00 

Milk River Community Library 


74.38 

Millet Community Library 


238.92 

Myrnam Community Library 


197.45 

Nampa Community Library 


32.62 


$ 1,433,097.13 


CASH PAYMENTS 


333 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY’S DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Community Libraries — Continued : 

Nanton Municipal Library 

Newbrook Community Library 

Olds Municipal Library 

Oyen Community Library 

Parkland Regional Library Board 

Peace River Municipal Library Board 

Pincher Creek Community Library 

Plamondon Community Library 

Provost Community Library 

Radway Community Library Association 

Ralston Community Library 

Raymond Municipal Library Board 

Red Deer Municipal Library Board 

Redwater Community Library 

Rosemary Community Library 

Seba Beach Community Library 

Sedgewick Community Library 

Sexsmith Community Library 

Smith Community Library 

Smoky Lake Municipal Library 

Spirit River Municipal Library Board 

Spruce Grove Community Library 

St. Albert Community Library 

St. Paul Community Library 

Stavely Community Library 

Stcttler Municipal Library Board 

Stirling Community Library 

Stony Plain Community Library 

Strathmore Community Library 

Sundre Community Library 

Taber Municipal Library Board 

Thorhild Community Library 

Three Hills Community Library 

Thurston Community Library 

Tofield Community Library 

Tomahawk Community Library 

Trochu Municipal Library Board 

Two Hills Municipal Library 

Vegreville Municipal Library 

Vermilion Municipal Library 

Viking Municipal Library Board 

Vulcan Community Library 

Wabamum Community Library 

Wainwright Community Library 

Wanham Community Library 

Warner Community Library 

Water Valley Community Library 

Wembley Community Library 

Westlock Community Library 

Wetaskiwin Municipal Library Board 

Wiesenthal Community Library 

Willingdon Municipal Library 

Winterburn Community Library 

Youngstown Community Library 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT: 

Hospitalization: 

Abbotsford M.S.A. General Hospital 

Akron Children’s Hospital 

Alliston Stevenson Memorial Hospital 

Almonte General Hospital 

Aitona Hospital District No. 24 

Ames Mary Greeley Hospital 

Amos Hotel Dieu Damos Hospital 

Antigonish St. Marthas Hospital ... 

Areola Brock Union Hospital 

Ashcroft Lady Minto Hospital 

Assiniboia Union Hospital 

Athabasca Municipal Hospital 

Banff Mineral Springs Hospital 

Barrhead St. Josephs Hospital 

Barrie Royal Victoria Hospital 

Bassano Municipal Hospital 

Bathurst Hotel Dieu St. Joseph 

Beausejour Hospital 

Beaverlodge Municipal Hospital 

Bella Bella P.W. Large Memorial Hospital 

Belleville General Hospital 

Bend St. Charles Memorial Hospital 

Bengough Union Hospital 

Bentley Municipal Hospital 

Berwyn Municipal Hospital 

Big River Union Hospital 

Biggar St. Margaret’s Hospital 

Birch Hills Memorial Union Hospital 

Birtle District Hospital 

Bismarck Hospital 


# 500.00 

303.22 

297.40 
160.51 

37,594.20 

1,842.40 

305.85 

229.56 

300.00 

300.00 
338.75 

1,650.60 

10,000.00 

500.00 
234.84 

300.00 
75.82 

300.00 

136.48 

129.06 

627.90 

301.45 

1,379.00 

300.00 

268.30 
2,492.70 

15.92 

310.23 

297.55 

321.23 
2,860.90 

350.00 

295.09 
90.49 

186.45 
341.67 

471.10 

643.77 

542.55 

250.40 

713.30 

299.91 
302.81 

315.06 

174.78 

350.00 
36.37 

134.16 

300.00 

3,530.10 

230.36 

465.21 

334.94 

207.15 

$ 191,908.73 

$ 1,625,005.86 


$ 1,040.10 

126.00 

242.60 

64.00 

203.00 

112.00 

72.60 

504.40 

79.80 

139.60 

207.10 

169,023.43 

200,322.59 

242,654.00 

249.30 

155,954.10 

72.80 
193.65 

97,271.26 

202.15 

274.25 

18.00 

48.00 
66,021.75 
57,53*9.06 

51.00 
1,250.02 

112.00 

48.80 

720.00 


334 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 

PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued-. 

Hospitalization — Continued : 

Blairmore Crow’s Nest Pass Municipal Hospital $ 182,043.64 

Boissevain Hospital 176.00 

Bonners Ferry Community Hospital 336.00 

Bonnyville Katherine H. Prittie Hospital 59,373.99 

Bonnyville St. Louis Hospital 133,520.20 

Boston Children’s Hospital Medical Centre 100.00 

Boston Lying in Hospital 126.00 

Boston Massachusetts General Hospital 1,640.00 

Bow Island Municipal Hospital 86,861.55 

Bowness Nursing Home 38,827.00 

Bralorne Mines Hospital 172.25 

Brandon General Hospital 926.60 

Brantford General Hospital 488.85 

Brantford St. Josephs Hospital 76.00 

Broadview St. Michael’s Hospital 283.22 

Brockviile St. Vincent De Paul Hospital 546.20 

Brooks Municipal Hospital 324,275.08 

Burlington Joseph Brant Memorial 200.00 

Burnaby General Hospital 1,785.40 

Burns Lake and District Hospital 450.55 

Butte Community Hospital 36.00 

Carbi Union Hospital 65.00 

Calgary Aabrite Nursing Home 17,680.50 

Calgary Alberta Crippled Children’s Hospital 588,328.41 

Calgary Argyle Nursing Home 28,723.50 

Calgary Bengtsson Nursing Home 23,953.50 

Calgary Bethany Auxiliary Hospital 7,823.58 

Calgary Bethany Chronic Hospital 319,851.31 

Calgary Beverley Nursing Home 20,052.00 

Calgary Blunt’s Nursing Home 73,917.00 

Calgary Bradley’s Rest Haven Nursing Home 27,328.50 

Calgary Bungalow Nursing Home 9,373.50 

Calgary Cosy Corner Nursing Home 20,380.50 

Calgary Cross Bow Auxiliary Hospital 293,231.91 

Calgary Dana Nursing Home 15,471.00 

Calgary Fatima Nursing Home 17,743.50 

Calgary General Hospital 4,790,585.19 

Calgary Hills Nursing Home 15,273.00 

Calgary Hilltop Nursing Home 32,553.00 

Calgary Holy Cross Hospital 2,096,062.96 

Calgary Hunters Rest Home 12,150.00 

Calgary Mount Royal Private Hospital 28, 359. CO 

Calgary Pearleen Rest Home 15,408.00 

Calgary Salvation Army Grace Hospital 311,119.87 

Calgary Sarcee Auxiliary Hospital 32,119.79 

Calgary Scottish Nursing Home 68,355.00 

Calgary Sunalta Nursing Home 35,572.50 

Calgary Trinity Nursing Home 22,360.50 

Calgary Tuxedo Nursing Home 53,964.00 

Calgary Twilight Nursing Home 10,413.00 

Calgary Windsor Nursing Home 47,218.50 

Campbell River and District General Hospital 176.05 

Campbelltown Hotel Dieu St. Joseph 34.60 

Camrose Bethany Chronic Hospital 191,260.54 

Camrose St. Marys Hospital 561,129.51 

Camsell Indian Hospital, C 370,771.00 

Canadian Council on Hospital Accreditation 4,284.00 

Canadian Red Cross Society 228,366.89 

Canmore Hospital 42,997.66 

Canora Union Hospital 59.64 

Carberry Fox Memorial Hospital 95.00 

Cardston Blood Indian Hospital 91,632.20 

Cardston Municipal Hospital 266,745.29 

Carmangay Little Bow Municipal Hospital 65,318.57 

Carrot River Union Hospital 89.90 

Castlegar District Hospital 721.80 

Castor Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital 100,654.75 

Central Butte Union Hospital 161.36 

Cereal Municipal Hospital 61,795.25 

Charlottetown Prince Edward Island Hospital 1,483.75 

Chatham Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph 236.20 

Chatham Public General Hospital 234.00 

Chatham St. Josephs Hospital 99.75 

Cheboygan Community Memorial Hospital 32.00 

Chemainus General Hospital 200.90 

Chicoutimi Hotel Dieu St. Vallier 213.92 

Chilliwack General Hospital 1,873.50 

Claresholm Municipal Hospital 129,806.45 

Claresholm Willow Creek Hospital 167,116.28 

Clifton St. Mary’s Private Hospital 82.53 

Clinton Public Hospital 432.70 

Coaldale Community Hospital 108,432.28 

Coeur D’Alene Lake City Clinical Enterprises 16. fO 

Cold Lake John Niel Hospital 171,162.82 

Cold Lake R.C.A.F. Hospital 46,874.50 

Collinwood Hospital 179.80 

Collins Memorial Hospital 144.00 

Colonel Belcher Hospital 950,158.00 

Com ox St. Josephs General Hospital 291.00 


CASH PAYMENTS 


335 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Hospitalization — Continued : 

Concord Commuinty Hospital $ 64.00 

Consort Municipal Hospital 86,055.41 

Cornwall General Hospital 1,080.40 

Cornwall Hotel Dieu Hospital 69.80 

Coronation Municipal Hospital 107,414.24 

Corvallis Good Samaritan Hospital 16.00 

Cranbrook St. Eugene Hospital 1,469.80 

Creston Valley Hospital 1,670.10 

Cupar Union Hospital 141.70 

Cut Knife Union Hospital 224.00 

Cutbank Memorial Hospital 92.00 

Dauphin General Hospital 138.50 

Davidson Union Hospital 59.08 

Dawson Creek St. Joseph’s General Hospital 11,564.62 

Dawson St. Mary’s Hospital 160.00 

Daysland Providence Hospital 216,457.84 

Deep River Hospital 1,126.80 

Denver National Jewish Hospital 3,534.00 

Desmarais St. Martins Hospital 7,785.50 

Devon Civic Hospital 42,105.14 

Didsbury Municipal Hospital 173,815.05 

Digby General Hospital 39.60 

Dinsmore Union Hospital 96.00 

Dodsland Union Hospital 80.00 

Drayton Valley Municipal 218,468.66 

Drumheller Auxiliary Hospital 71.097.03 

Drumheller Municipal Hospital 444,010.71 

Dryden Hospital 319.00 

Duncan Kings Daughters Hospital 504.00 

Eastend Union Hospital 224.00 

Eatonia Union Hospital 64.00 

Eckville Municipal Hospital 105,464.66 

Edmonton Beulah Home 8,866.50 

Edmonton General Hospital 2,096,628.64 

Edmonton Good Samaritan Hospital 552,383.91 

Edmonton Hardisty Nursing Home 222,457.50 

Edmonton Jubilee Lodge Nursing Home 32,634.00 

Edmonton Little Paradise Nursing Home 27,652.50 

Edmonton Misericordia Hospital 1,776,175.72 

Edmonton Royal Alexandra Hospital 4,456,125.64 

Edmonton Sherbrooke Home for the Aged 30,195.00 

Edmonton St. Joseph’s Hospital 466,360.63 

Edmonton University Hospital 5,702,932.88 

Edmonton Venta Nursing Home 52,614.00 

Edmonton West Haven Lodge 88,560.00 

Edson St. John’s Hospital 93,397.43 

Elk Point Municipal Hospital 184,241.34 

Elnora Municipal Hospital 60,771.44 

Empress Municipal Hospital 48,188.30 

Enderby and District Memorial Hospital 333.00 

Esterhazy St. Anthony’s Hospital 11.07 

Estevan St. Josephs General Hospital 947.16 

Eston Union Hospital 52.52 

Everett Providence Hospital 72.00 

Fairview Municipal Hospital 189,462.64 

Fargo St. John’s Hospital 72.00 

Fernie Memorial Hospital 1,790.60 

Flin Flon General Hospital 969.70 

Foam Lake Union Hospital 60.00 

Forest Lawn Hills Nursing Home 15,039.00 

Forest Lawn Watkins Nursing Home 26,919.00 

Fort Churchill Military Hospital 117.25 

Fort Erie Douglas Memorial Hospital 256.00 

Fort Macleod Municipal Hospital 188,235.35 

Fort Macleod Senior Citizen’s Home 48,051.00 

Fort McMurray St. Gabriels Hospital 92,300.02 

Fort Nelson Hospital 1,656.20 

Fort Simpson St. Margaret’s Hospital 108.00 

Fort Smith General Hospital 16,574.50 

Fort St. John Providence Hospital 5,580.10 

Fort Vermilion St. Theresa Hospital 99,097.23 

Fort William McKellar General Hospital 452.40 

Fredericton Victoria Public Hospital 116.40 

Frontier Municipal Hospital 324.12 

Fundy Hospital Association Ltd 79.00 

Gainsborough Union Hospital Board 71.55 

Galahad St. Joseph’s Hospital 168,155.95 

Galt South Waterloo Memorial Hospital 60.00 

Ganges Lady Minto Gulf Island Hospital 121.20 

Gimli Johnson Memorial Hospital 93.90 

Glace Bay St. Joseph’s Hospital 206.25 

Gleichen Blackfoot Indian Hospital 36,099.00 

Glendon Municipal Hospital 89,873.28 

Goderich Alexander Marine and General Hospital 80.00 

Golden General Hospital 1,081.90 

Goodsoil Union Hospital 75.15 

Grand Forks Community Hospital 184.60 

Grand Rapids Butterworth Hospital 200.00 

Grande Prairie Auxiliary Hospital 196,063.03 


336 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Hospitalization — Continued : 

Grande Prairie Hythe Sub Hospital $ 47,154.35 

Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital 649,396.16 

Grandview District Hospital 12.30 

Grants Pass Josephine General Hospital 16.00 

Gravelbourg St. Joseph’s Hospital 42.93 

Great Falls Columbus Hospital 180.00 

Great Falls Montana Deaconess Hospital 440.00 

Greater Niagara Falls Hospital 1,055.90 

Guelph General Hospital 595.60 

Haarlen Holland St. Elizabeth of Groote Gast 33.78 

Halifax Children’s Hospital 440.00 

Halifax Grace Maternity Hospital 117.00 

Halifax Infirmary 579.15 

Halifax Victoria General Hospital 480.00 

Hamilton Chedoke and Childrens Hospital 120.00 

Hamilton General Hospital 80.00 

Hamilton Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital 561.64 

Hamilton St. Joseph’s Hospital 100.00 

Hamiota District Hospital 123.70 

Haney Maple Ridge Hospital 539.35 

Hanna Municipal Hospital 231,218.54 

Hardisty St. Anne’s Hospital 64,381.16 

Hay River Williams Memorial Hospital 7,631.30 

Hayward Levine Hospital 69.30 

Hazelton Wrinch Memorial Hospital 360.15 

Hearst Notre Dame Hospital 86.40 

Herbert Morse Union Hospital 109.66 

High Prairie Providence Hospital 177,316.80 

High River Municipal Hospital 320,471.01 

High River Twilight Nursing Home 29,902.50 

Hinton Municipal Hospital 124,519.16 

Hobbema Indian Hospital 54,267.50 

Hope Fraser Canyon Hospital 57.00 

Houston Herman Hospital 80.00 

Houston Methodist Hospital 40.00 

Houston St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital 60.00 

Houston Texas Childrens Hospital 72.00 

Hudson Bay Union Hospital 206.85 

Humboldt St. Elizabeth Hospital 492.70 

lie A La Crosses St. Joseph’s Hospital 980.71 

Indian Head Union Hospital 45.03 

Innisfail Municipal Hospital 245,897.58 

Inuvik General Hospital 252.00 

Invermere Windermere District Hospital 1,554.20 

Ironwood Grandview Hospital 32.00 

Islay Municipal Hospital 47,472.95 

Jasper Seton Hospital 48,159.53 

Kalispell General Hospital 16.00 

Kamloops Royal Inland Hospital 2,566.80 

Kanab Kane County Hospital 320.00 

Kaslo Victorian Hospital 272.50 

Kelowna General Hospital 1,369.30 

Kemptville District Hospital 32.00 

Kerrobert Union Hospital 666.06 

Killam General Hospital 93,152.16 

Kimberly and District General Hospital 2,022.90 

Kincaid Union Hospital 162.00 

Kindersley Union Hospital 1,446.40 

Kingston General Hospital 2,437.00 

Kingston Hotel Dieu Hospital 802.25 

Kinistino Union Hospital 46.68 

Kitchener Waterloo Hospital 104.00 

Kyle White Bear Union Hospital 16.00 

La Loche St. Martin’s Hospital 29.88 

La Ronge Hospital Association 134.84 

Lac La Biche St. Catherine Hospital 180,486.12 

Lachine General Hospital 136.20 

Lacombe Municipal Hospital 245,628.31 

Ladysmith General Hospital 32.00 

Lafayette St. Elizabeth Hospital 65.00 

Lafleche Union Hospital 30.26 

Lamont Archer Memorial Hospital 401,820.24 

Langenburg Union Hospital 556.48 

Lashburn Union Hospital 27.52 

Leader Union Hospital 205.14 

Leamington District Memorial Hospital 88.75 

Leduc Municipal Hospital 28,611.89 

Lethbridge Galt Rehabilitation Centre 202,840.31 

Lethbridge Municipal Hospital 1,249,684.83 

Lethbridge Nursing Home 47,812.50 

Lethbridge St. Michael’s General Hospital 886,147.81 

Lillooet District Hospital 29.70 

Linden Nursing Home 25,272.00 

Lloydminster Hospital 230,361.98 

London St. Joseph’s Hospital 1,275.90 

London Victoria Hospital 1,570.85 

London War Memorial Childrens Hospital 20.00 

London Westminster Hospital 360.00 

Loon Lake Union Hospital 88.60 


CASH PAYMENTS 


337 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Hospitalization — Continued: 

Los Angeles California Hospital 

Los Angeles St. Vincent’s Hospital 

Lubbock Methodist Hospital 

Lucky Lake Union Hospital 

Lytton St. Bartholomews Hospital 

Macklin St. Josephs Hospital 

Magrath Municipal Hospital 

Maidstone Union Hospital 

Manitou Pembina Hospital 

Manning Municipal Hospital 

Mannville Municipal Hospital 

Maple Creek Union Hospital 

Markdale Centre Grey General Hospital 

Mayerthorpe Municipal Hospital 

Mayo General Hospital 

McBride Hospital 

McLaughlin Community Hospital 

McLennan Sacred Heart Hospital 

Meadow Lake Union Hospital 

Medford Lawrence Memorial Hospital 

Medicine Hat Baptist Haven of Rest 

Medicine Hat Municipal Hospital 

Medicine Hat St. Josephs Nursing Home 

Melfort Union Hospital 

Melita Wilson Memorial Hospital 

Melville St. Peters Hospital 

Merrit Nicola Valley General Hospital 

Michel Hospital 

Midnapore Father Lacombe Nursing Home 

Milden Community Hospital 

Minneapolis Eitel Hospital 

Minneapolis Northwestern Hospital 

Minneapolis Union of Minnesota Hospital 

Minnedosa District Hospital 

Minot St. Joseph Hospital 

Miscellaneous Reimbursements to Individuals 

Mission City Memorial Hospital 

Moncton Hotel Dieu De L’Assomption Hospital ... 

Montague Kings County Hospital 

Montreal Childrens Hospital 

Montreal General Hospital 

Montreal Lhotel Dieude Quebec 

Montreal Maisonneauve Hospital 

Montreal Neurological Institute 

Montreal Notre Dame Hospital 

Montreal Royal Victoria Hospital 

Montreal St. Marys Hospital 

Montreal Trust Co 

Moose Jaw Union Hospital 

Moose Jaw Providence Hospital 

Moosomin Union Hospital 

Morden District General Hospital 

Mount Hamilton Hospital 

Mundare General Hospital 

Murrayville Langley Memorial Hospital 

Musquodoboit Valley Memorial Red Cross Hospital 

Myrnam Municipal Hospital 

Nakusp Arrow Lakes Hospital 

Nanaimo General Hospital 

Neepawa District Memorial Hospital 

Neilburg and District Union Hospital 

Nelson Kootenay Lake General Hospital 

New Glasgow Aberdeen Hospital 

New Liskeard and District Hospital 

New Orleans Algiers General Hospital 

New Westminster St. Marys Hospital 

New Westminster Royal Columbian Hospital 

New York Nine East 91 Street Hospital 

New York Presbyterian Hospital 

Newmarket York County Hospital 

Nipawin Union Hospital 

Norman Municipal Hospital 

Normandy Osteopathic Hospital 

Norquay Canora Union Hospital 

North Battleford Indian Hospital 

North Battleford Notre Dame Hospital 

North Bay Civic Hospital 

North Bay St. Josephs Hospital 

North Surrey Memorial Hospital 

North Sydney St. Elizabeth Hospital 

North Vancouver General Hospital 

Oakland Peralta Hospital 

Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital 

Ocean Falls General Hospital 

Olds Municipal Hospital 

Oliver St. Martins Hospital 

Orangeville Dufferin Area Hospital 

Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital 

Oshawa General Hospital 


$ 156.00 

515.00 
26. CO 

48.00 

49.20 
2,202.79 

'99,451.26 

489.96 

23.00 

68.252.78 

69.233.79 

1.500.40 
29.70 

93,406.34 

287.00 
391.45 

1.100.40 
228,079.34 

129.09 

24.00 
102,267.00 

1,546,387.35 

57.940.50 
109.36 

434.00 
319.16 

166.05 

217.10 

77.044.50 

48.00 

18.00 
70.05 

36.00 

192.60 
1,098.00 

52,744.26 

207.60 

161.10 

45.00 

120.00 
9,570.30 

47.00 

544.50 

588.60 

60.00 

770.00 

140.00 

144.00 
2,791.50 

627.20 
326.35 

51.20 

90.00 
47,336.09 

677.95 

96.00 
121,372.68 

48.00 
1,933.70 

28.20 

254.06 

840.60 
92.10 

133.00 

112.00 

876.20 
7,366.65 

841.90 

60.00 
285.75 

1,017.28 

57.00 
120.00 

56.04 

230.24 

3.210.40 
108.00 
109.80 

524.50 
126.00 

65.20 

200.00 

126.00 

64.00 
166,520.83 

876.90 

273.60 
101.00 
155.00 


338 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Hospitalization — Continued : 

Ottawa Civic Hospital # 2,245.10 

Ottawa General Hospital 1,138.25 

Ott.wa Salvation Army Grace Hospital 184.40 

Ottawa St. Louis Marie Demontfort Hospital 1,157.95 

Ottawa St. Vincents Hospital 462.00 

Outlook Union Hospital 490.00 

Oxbow Union Hospital 171.00 

Oyen Municipal Hospital 69,110.66 

Paradise Hill Union Hospital 160.00 

Parry Sound General Hospital 198.00 

Pas St. Anthonys Hospital, The 400.75 

Pasco Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital 64.00 

Peace River Municipal Hospital 576,350.71 

Pembroke General Hospital 306.00 

Penticton Hospital 3,966.90 

Perth Great War Memorial Hospital 144.00 

Peterborough Civic Hospital 207.00 

Peterborough St. Josephs Hospital 540.00 

Phoenix Good Samaritan Hospital 360.00 

Phoenix J. C. Lincoln Hospital 96.00 

Phoenix St. Josephs Hospital 648.00 

Picture Butte Municipal Hospital 82,975.42 

Pincher Creek St. Vincent’s Hospital 184,687.08 

Ponoka Municipal Hospital 287 t 215.40 

Ponteix Gabriel Hospital 284.76 

Porcupine Carragana Union Hospital 555.74 

Port Albernie West Coast General Hospital 607.50 

Port Arthur General Hospital 526.50 

Port Arthur St. Joseph’s General Hospital 225.10 

Portage La Prairie General Hospital 264.70 

Portland Good Samaritan Hospital 340.00 

Portland Providence Hospital 40.00 

Pouce Coupe Community Hospital 8,256.25 

Powell River General Hospital 325.00 

Preeceville Union Hospital 62.42 

Prelate Union Hospital 32.00 

Prince Albert Holy Family Hospital 367.00 

Prince Albert Victoria Union Hospital 825.06 

Prince George and District Hospital 2,616.10 

Prince Rupert General Hospital 720.00 

Princeton General Hospital 125.10 

Provost Municipal Hospital 111,054.34 

Pullman Memorial Hospital 57.00 

Qu’Appelle Memorial Hospital 331.30 

Quebec City Hotel Dieu Hospital 145.91 

Quebec Hospital De Enfant Jesus 179.01 

Quebec Jeffery Hales Hospital 17.00 

Queen Charlotte Islands General Hospital 91.20 

Quesnel Baker Memorial Hospital 238.70 

Radville Community Hospital 9.38 

Radway St. Joseph’s Hospital 68,027.66 

Raymond Municipal Hospital 207,962.60 

Red Deer Municipal Hospital 946,709.44 

Regina General Hospital 8,868.84 

Regina Grey Nuns Hospital 9,458.01 

Regina Mercy Hospital 115.00 

Renfrew Victoria Hospital 128.00 

Reno Washoe Medical Centre 780.00 

Reston Unit Hospital 31.80 

Revelstoke Queen Victoria Hospital 881.80 

Rimbey Municipal Hospital 134,298.72 

Rimbey Three-way Chronic and Convalensecent Hospital 95,761.38 

Rivers Riverdale Hospital 406.55 

Roblin and District Hospital 472.60 

Rochester Methodists Hospital 1,376.00 

Rochester St. Mary’s Hospital 1,443.45 

Rocky Mountain House Municipal Hospital 95,388.53 

Rosetown Union Hospital 45.60 

Rossland Mater Misericordiae Hospital 338.85 

Rosthern Union Hospital 383.54 

Salem Memorial Hospital 18.00 

Salmon Arm General Hospital 1,125.65 

Salt Lake City Latter Day Saints 600.00 

Salt Lake City Primary Childrens Hospital 1,008.00 

Salt Lake County General Hospital 240.00 

San Angelo Clinic Hospital 32.00 

San Diego Bayview Hospital 32.00 

San Franscisco Childrens Hospital 988.00 

San Francisco St. Francis Memorial Hospital 20.00 

San Francisco University of California Hospital 280.00 

San Jose O’Connor Hospital 20.00 

Sandpoint Bonner General Hospital 32.00 

Sarnia General Hospital 300.00 

Sarnia St. Joseph’s Hospital 264.20 

Saskatoon City Hospital 7,345.54 

Saskatoon St. Paul Hospital 3,234.07 

Saskatoon University Hospital 5,018.65 

Sault Ste. Marie General Hospital 240.10 

Scarborough General Hospital 151.35 


CASH PAYMENTS 


339 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Hospitalization — Continued : 

Seaforth Scott Memorial Hospital # 81.60 

Seattle Swedish Hospital 290.25 

Selkirk General Hospital 322.70 

Shaunavan Union Hospital 83.14 

Shelby Toole County Hospital 2,581.00 

Shellbrook Union Hospital 51.72 

Sidney Rest Haven Hospital 1,909.75 

Simcoe Norfolk General Hospital 882.00 

Smith Falls Public Hospital 212.40 

Smithers Buckley Valley District Hospital 208.30 

Smoky Lake Municipal Hospital 53,797.37 

Smooth Rock Fall Hospital 96.00 

Soldiers Memorial Hospital 15.20 

South Porcupine General Hospital 257.40 

Spirit River Holy Cross Hospital 246,294.85 

Spokane Sacred Heart Hospital 120.00 

Squamish General Hospital 176.00 

St. Albert Youville Nursing Home 192,190.50 

St. Boniface Hospital 3,978.15 

St. Catharines General Hospital 212.40 

St. Catherines Hotel Dieu Hospital 18.00 

St. Cloud Hospital 100.00 

St. James Deerlodge Hospital 543.00 

St. Jerome Hotel Dieu Hospital 169.00 

St. John General Hospital 411.50 

St. John St. Josephs Hospital 199.00 

St. Johns Grace Hospital 51.00 

St. Paul Mounds Park Hospital 333.00 

St. Paul St. Theresa Hospital 274,521.98 

St. Walburg Union Hospital 28.50 

Ste. Rose Du Lac Hospital 336.60 

Steinback Bethesda Hospital 150.75 

Stettler Chronic and Convalescent Hospital 89,141.61 

Stettler Municipal Hospital 251,653.96 

Stratford General Hospital 108.00 

Sudbury General Hospital 696.20 

Summerland General Hospital 187.15 

Summerside Prince County Hospital 28.00 

Surrey Memorial Hospital 378.75 

Sussex Kings County Memorial Hospital 56.40 

Swan River Valley Hospital 222.03 

Swift Current Union Hospital 1,700.78 

Sydney Mines Harbour View Hospital 95.40 

Taber Municipal Hospital 377,21 1.22 

Tacoma General Hospital 20.00 

Terrace and District Hospital 28.50 

Teulon Hunter Memorial Hospital 24.25 

Thessalon Red Cross Hospital 176.00 

Thompson Hospital 87.00 

Three Hills Municipal Hospital 113,381.05 

Tillamook County General Hospital 64.00 

Tisdale St. Therese Hospital 599.84 

Tofield Municipal Hospital 151,478.95 

Tofino General Hospital 112.00 

Toronto Doctors Hospital 120.00 

Toronto East General Hospital 680.00 

Toronto General Hospital 4,280.00 

Toronto Hospital for Sick Children 1,100.00 

Toronto New Mount Sinai Hospital 1,210.40 

Toronto Queensway General Hospital 171.00 

Toronto Salvation Army Grace Hospital 624.00 

Toronto Shouldice Surgery 96.00 

Toronto St. Joseph’s Hospital 1,197.55 

Toronto St. Michael’s General Hospital 3,362.00 

Toronto Sunnybrook Hospital 1,044.00 

Toronto Western Hospital 1,597.00 

Trail Tadanac Hospital 1,350.00 

Trenton Memorial Hospital 112.00 

Trochu St. Mary’s Hospital 78,718.12 

Tulsa St. John’s Hospital 80.00 

Turner Valley Municipal Hospital 140,859.93 

Turtleford Riverside Memorial Hospital 775.80 

Two Hills Municipal Hospital 113,508.86 

Unity Union Hospital 887.67 

Uranium City Municipal Hospital 2,295.00 

Utrecht Stickting Academisch Ziekenhous 24.50 

Vancouver Children’s Hospital 90.00 

Vancouver General Hospital 19,558.50 

Vancouver Grace Hospital 3,181.70 

Vancouver Lions Gate Hospital 1,702.15 

Vancouver Shaughnessy Hospital 9,021.00 

Vancouver St. Paul’s Hospital 1 1,572.35 

Vancouver St. Vincent Hospital 1,807.50 

Vancouver University of British Columbia Hospital 340.10 

Vanderhoof St. John’s Hospital 287.30 

Vanguard Union Hospital 155.00 

Vegreville St. Joseph’s General Hospital 310,528.21 

Vermilion Municipal Hospital 161,482.87 

Vernon Jubilee Hospital 2,091.40 


340 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Hospitalization — Continued : 

Victoria Royal Jubilee Hospital 

Victoria St. Joseph’s Hospital 

Victoria Veterans Hospital 

Viking Municipal Hospital 

Vilna Our Ladys Hospital 

Virden District Hospital 

Vulcan Municipal Hospital 

Wadena Union Hospital 

Wainwright Municipal Hospital 

Wakaw Union Hospital 

Watrous Union Hospital 

Watson Union Hospital 

Wawata Memorial Union Hospital 

Westlock Immaculata Hospital 

Wetaskiwin Community Hospital 

Weyburn Union Hospital 

Wheeler H. E. Rinehart Memorial Hospital 

White Rock District Hospital 

Whitehorse General Hospital 

Whitelaw Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital 

Wilkie Union Hospital 

Williams Lake War Memorial Hospital 

Willingdon General Hospital 

Willowdale North York Branson Hospital 

Windsor Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital 

Windsor Metropolitan General Hospital 

Winkler Bethel Hospital 

Winnipeg Children’s Hospital 

Winnipeg City 

Winnipeg Concordia Hospital 

Winnipeg Deer Lodge Hospital 

Winnipeg General Hospital 

Winnipeg Grace Hospital 

Winnipeg Misericordia General Hospital 

Winnipeg Victoria General Hospital 

Wolseley Memorial Union Hospital 

Woodstock Carleton Memorial Hospital 

Yellowknife Stanton Hospital 

Yorkton Union Hospital 

Zenon Park Notre Dame De’Lassumption Hospital 
Zion Comunity Hospital 

Special Grants and Prizes: 

Alberta East Central Health Unit 

Alcoholism Foundation of Alberta 

Athabasca Health Unit 

Banff National Park Health Unit 

Barons-Eureka Health Unit 

Bethany Auxiliary Hospital 

Big Country Health Unit 

Brooks Municipal Hospital 

Calgary Auxiliary Hospital 

Calgary General Hospital 

Castor Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital 

Chinook Health Unit 

City of Calgary 

City of Edmonton 

Coaldale Community Hospital 

Cold Lake John Neil Hospital 

Drumheller Auxiliary Hospital 

Drumheller Health Unit 

Edson Health Unit 

Elk Point Municipal Hospital 

Fairview Municipal Hospital 

Foothills Health Unit 

Forest Lawn Health Unit 

Good Samaritan Hospital 

Grande Prairie Auxiliary Hospital 

Grande Prairie Health Unit No. 2 

Innisfail Municipal Hospital 

Jasper National Park Health Unit 

Jasper Place Health Unit 

Leduc Municipal Hospital 

Leduc Strathcona Health Unit 

Lethbridge Health Unit 

Mannville Municipal Hospital 

Medicine Hat Health Unit 

Minburn Vermilion Health Unit 

Mount View Health Unit 

Municipal Nursing Services Trust Account 

North Eastern Alberta Health Unit 

Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital 

Peace River Health Unit 

Peace River Municipal Hospital 

Ponoka Municipal Hospital 

Providence General Hospital 

Provincial Treasurer, Department of Public Works 

Raymond Municipal Hospital 

Red Deer Health Unit 


6,072.24 

2,252.80 

141,717.62 

58,142:96 

270.40 

163,336.09 

175.00 
259,120.02 

33.00 

203.00 
127.98 
140.14 

208,511.14 

270,665.44 

551.60 

288.00 

95.00 
1,444.60 

69,670.39 

451.97 

146.00 
113,639.97 

959.10 

433.75 

529.20 

216.50 

3,413.30 

67.20 

118.25 

1,957.90 

7,624.35 

3,260.20 

4,821.00 

213.00 
123.12 

112.00 

528.00 
1,203.12 

240.00 

48.00 

#48,354,922.72 


$ 47,664.96 

250.000. 00 
32,888.52 

4,603.50 

39,149.57 

130,500.00 

20,959.28 

10,000.00 

625.000. 00 

410.000. 00 

34.000. 00 
30,097.19 

141,256.80 

161,588.40 

52.000. 00 

18.000. 00 

67.500.00 
43,777.82 
36,190.60 

3.750.00 

27.000. 00 
28,147.32 
10,028.64 

75.000. 00 

37.500.00 

50.031.31 

18.000. 00 

3.483.00 
38,818.22 

96.875.00 

32.926.72 

37.750.72 

13.666.66 

58.000. 80 

36.850.72 
53,386.18 

135.000. 00 
38,102.84 

34.000. 00 
42,858.56 

39.666.66 

2.500.00 
33,333.34 

157,466.6 7 

20.000. 00 

65.707.32 


CASH PAYMENTS 


341 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT — Continued : 

Special Grants and Prizes — Continued : 

Red Deer Municipal Hospital 

Royal Alexandra Hospital 

St. Theresa Hospital 

Stony Plain Lac Ste Anne Health Unit 

Sturgeon Health Unit No. 14 

Taber Municipal Hospital 

Turner Valley Municipal Hospital 

University of Alberta 

Vegreville Health Unit 

Vermilion River Auxiliary Hospital 

Vulcan Municipal Hospital 

Wetaskiwin Municipal Hospital 

Wetoka Health Unit 

Willingdon General Hospital 

Willow Creek Auxiliary Hospital 


PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT: 

Blind Person’s Allowances 

Disabled Person’s Allowances 

Disabled Person’s Pensions 

Mothers’ Allowances 

Old Age Assistance 

Recipients Blind Persons’ Allowances 

Recipients Disabled Persons’ Allowances 

Recipients Old Age Security 

Recipients Old Age Assistance 

Social Assistance 

Widows’ Pensions 

Miscellaneous Grants: 

Calgary Children’s Aid Shelter 

Calgary Welcome and Recreation Centre 

Edmonton Children’s Home 

Edmonton Council of Community Services 

Rehabilitation Society of Alberta for the Handicapped 


$ 65,083.34 

1,232,000.00 

246.000. 00 
26,960.70 
61,319.46 

39.000. 00 
8,583.32 

598.000. 00 
37,437.36 

100.000. 00 

31.000. 00 
193,999.94 

37,071.44 

29,333.00 

54.000. 00 


2 6,104,815.88 


$ 300,020.94 

1,134,080.55 

1.283.634.26 
1,879,195.0(0 

4.062.743.27 
58,723.25 

1,540.00 

3,473,312.79 

829,191.58 

2,862,953.34 

446,236.02 


$ 25,000.00 

5,000.00 
10,291.58 
2,833.88 
23,581.50 

66,706.96 


PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: 

City of Drumheller 

City of Edmonton 

Towns: 

Claresholm 

Magrath 

Strathmore 

Taber 

Wainwright 

University of Alberta 


$ 7,000.00 

157,402.77 

7,000.00 

7,000.00 

7(000.00 

7(000.00 

7,000.00 

2,449,361.08 


TREASURY DEPARTMENT: 

A.S.M. School of Narcotic Education $ 1,500.00 

Alberta and North West Chamber of Mines 2,000.00 

Alberta Association of Municipal District Secretary Treasurers .... 250.00 

Alberta Association of Municipal Districts Association 300.00 

Alberta Boys’ Work Board 750.00 

Alberta Childrens Camp 10,(000.00 

Alberta Division of the Canadian Institute for the Blind 28,500.00 

Alberta Fish and Game Protective Association 7,450.00 

Alberta Girls’ Work Board 750.00 

Alberta Heart Fund 1,000.00 

Alberta Motor Transport Association 400.00 

Alberta Provincial Council of Girl Guides 5,OQO.0O 

Alberta Safety Council 50,000.00 

Alberta School Division Secretaries Association 250.00 

Boy Scouts Association 5, ‘000. 00 

Boy’s Clubs of Canada 250.00 

Calgary Allied Arts Council 1,000.00 

Calgary Exhibition Association 100,000.00 

Calgary Olympic Development Association 12,500.00 

Calgary Philharmonic Society 3,000.00 

Canadian Mental Health Association Northern Area 5,000.00 

Canadian Mental Health Association Southern Area 5,000.00 

Canadian Adult Education Association 500.00 

Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society 7,500.00 

Canadian Congress of Correction 500.00 

Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipal 300.00 

Canadian Forestry Association 5,000.00 

Canadian Good Roads Association 2,125.00 

Canadian Highway Safety Conference 1,800.00 

Canadian Legion British Empire Service League 1 ,800.00 

Canadian Standards Association 260. 0i0 

Canadian Welfare Council 1 ,000100 

Canadian Writers Foundation Inc 250.00 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 751.00 

Community Planning Association of Canada 200.00 

Degville, H 65.00 

Edmonton Allied Arts Council 1,000.00 

Edmonton Exhibition Association 100,000.00 

Edmonton Museum of Arts 1,000.00 


$ 54,459,738.60 


16,398,33 7.96 


£ 2,648,763.85 


342 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


TREASURY DEPARTFENT — Continued : 

Edmonton Symphony Society 

Frontier College 

Hatson, E. M 

John Howard Society of Alberta 

Kidney, E 

Last Post Fund of Canada Inc., Northern Branch . 
Last Post Fund of Canada Inc., Southern Branch ... 

Lawson, M. M 

Lethbridge and District Exhibition Board 

Lethbridge Exhibition Association 

Mines Minsters’ Conference 

Municipal Assistance Fund 

National Cancer Institute of Canada 

Osgood, D 

Providence Creche 

Royal Humane Society 

Royal Society of Canada 

Salvation Army 

Selwood, F. S 

St. John Ambulance Association 

Union of Alberta Municipalities 

Victorian Order of Nurses 

Western Canada Association of Highway Officals 

Women’s Institute of Alberta 

Y.M.C.A. Building Fund Campaign 

Zoological Society 


# 3,000.00 

200.00 
600.00 

14.900.00 
117.70 
250J00 

250.00 

288.00 

50.000. 00 

21.000. 00 

4.000. 00 
15,000,000.00 

10.000 .m 

300.00 

25.000. 00 

100.00 

500.00 

10.000. 00 

600.00 

2.000. 00 

300.00 

10,000.00 

100.00 
500.00 

25,00'0.'00 

6,000.00 


$ 15,548,956.70 


TOTAL: Excluding Roads and other Grants to Cities, 
Municipalities, Etc 


#129,914,031.78 


Name Amount 

H. and N. Stores Ltd # 1,848.60 

H. and W. Investments Ltd. 20,500.00 

Habkirk, M 1,084.19 

Hachey, M 952.00 

Hackwell, A., Construction 

Ltd 2,025.00 

Haddow and Maughan Ltd. .. 1,149.62 

Hadland, H. H 1,098.16 

Hadley, C. R 810.00 

Hadley, J. G 700.55 

Hagen, A 672.70 

Hagerman, T. H 2,676.00 

Hagman and Geinger 892.50 

Hagman Bros. Construction 

Ltd 1,109.75 

Haig Clinic 11,154.62 

Hainstock and Son Ltd 1,250.00 

Hale Optical Co 2,548.00 

Haley, Dr. F. C 1,422.50 

Haley’s B. A. Service 622.60 

Hall, D 871.00 

Hall, E. J 1,259.45 

Hall, G 851.50 

Hall, 0 1,515.90 

Hall, Dr. R. G. H 525.00 

Hall, V 618.00 

Hall, Dr. W. F 1,445.50 

Halliburton Oil Well 

Cementing Co. Ltd 15,958.24 

Hallonquist, D 1,702.57 

Hall’s Sand and Gravel Ltd. .. 8,270.00 

Halpin, C. B 1,142.90 

Halpin, L. C 1,245.09 

Halwas, E 619.32 

Hamaluk, T 1,354.70 

Hamar, M., Ltd 20,956.28 

Hamdon, M. A 2,566.00 

Hameister’s Ltd 14,499.60 

Hamel, D 712.00 

Hamer, G 522.50 

Hamilton, Dr. D. R 968.88 

Hamilton, Dr. K. A 1,270.00 

Hamilton, L. R 1,968.00 

Hamilton, Wm., Construction 8,687.67 

Hamilton Stationery Co. Ltd. 9,267.19 

Hamly Press 45,596.23 

Hamm, E. L 506.25 

Hamm, L. J 550.00 

Hammell, K 770.40 

Hammer, L. L 555.00 

Hammer, A. G. and A. T 616.00 

Hampson, W 529.80 

Handley Manufacturing and 

Machine Co. Ltd 500.00 

Hawkins, Dr. G. W 2,977.40 

Hanna, C 601.50 


Name Amount 

Hanna, M # 768.20 

Hanneman, Rev. P 2,251.30 

Hansen, F 875.00 

Hansen, L 1,259.25 

Hanson, E. C 3,750.00 

Hanson, R 555.35 

Hanson and Reynolds Lumber 

Co 9,882.35 

Hanson Parr Engineering Ltd. 2,240.50 

Hanson’s General Store 784.40 

Hansuk, M 1,205.00 

Harasem’s General Store 576.58 

Harasyn, K. D 1,682.13 

Hardie, A 1,032.00 

Hardie, G. A., and Co. Ltd. 1,163.46 

Harding, J. R 825.75 

Harding’s Meat Market 1,131.59 

Hardy, Dr. A. W 2,207.25 

Hardy, R. M., and Associates 4,055.73 

Harevther’s Ltd 737.62 

Harildstad, J. A 540.00 

Harke, A. H 1,308.00 

Harker, G. L 4,464.10 

Harmer, L 943.30 

Harper, D 993.50 

Harper, H. L 559.50 

Harper, M. J 931.60 

Harper and Brothers 3,342.32 

Harper’s Tire Service 5,243.88 

Harper’s Tire Shop 918.41 

Harps, G 1,477.40 

Harrington, M. L 568.25 

Harris, A. D 516.10 

Harris, C. M 768.00 

Harris, E 2,205.35 

Harris, J. F 677.50 

Harris, R. W 526.25 

Harris, C. M., Construction 

Ltd 1,434.60 

Harris, H. E. and I. S 2,673.00 

Harrison, Dr. R. C 4,410.00 

Harrison, W., Bowden 2,718.00 

Harrison, W., Newcastle 659.60 

Harrison, Dr. W. G 3,030.00 

Harrison and Crossfield 7,116.33 

Hart, E 725.20 

Hart and Cooley Manufactur- 
ing Co. of Canada Ltd 7,337.94 

Hartle, E. R 985.02 

Hartle, P 1,946.60 

Hartley, R. and R 8,800.00 

Hartman, K 595.80 

Hartmann, G 2,092.77 

Hartmetz, D 1,281.30 

Hartwyk, M 502.00 

Hartz, J. F., Co. Ltd 2,208.37 


Name Amount 

Haryett, Dr. R. D # 540.00 

Hashman, S., and Co. Ltd. .. 116,039.55 

Hat Restaurants Ltd 1,040.00 

Hatch, V. J 1,459.35 

Hatchwear Uniform Co 15,040.86 

Hatfield, Dr. C. B 925.50 

Hatton, J. K 614.20 

Hauck, P. C 1,107.20 

Hauer, B 646.00 

Haugen, 0 1,499.54 

Hauser, E 1,725.00 

Havaruk, A. G 1,410.00 

Haverslew, H 511.50 

Haviland, P. L 618.00 

Hawk, K. D. and N. H 2,830.00 

Hawley, H 1,051.82 

Haworth, Dr. G. C 1,425.00 

Hawthorne, S 1,578.00 

Haxton’s General Store 14,981.82 

Hay, A. D 733.87 

Hay, G 523.00 

Haythorne, W 1,659.60 

Hayward Lumber Co 29,604.95 

Hayward Lumber Northern .. 10,951.11 

Hazlett, W. J 34,005.95 

Head, A. L 759.00 

Head, S 1,848.00 

Head Hunters (Diesel Heads) 

Ltd 792.10 

Heads Lock and Key Works .. 1,124.74 

Healy Motors Ltd 5,147.86 

Heaney, P 890.70 

Heart River Sand and Gravel 

Ltd 3,862.50 

Heath, R. G 724.25 

Hebb, Dr. H. D 1,163.00 

Hebner, A 876.20 

Hectors Ltd 78,319.59 

Hee, A 552.03 

Heemskerk, A 626.50 

Heffernan, G 726.12 

Hegedus, J. J 2,373.59 

Hegge, E 829.17 

Heggen, H. H 4,719.00 

Heikkinen, K 1,008.40 

Heintzman and Co. Limited .. 1,072.18 

Heinz, P 976.00 

Heinz, H. J., Co. of Canada 

Ltd 10,328.70 

Helm, E 1,603.80 

Hemphill, H. W. and M. E. 1,429.00 

Hemstochs 762.47 

Hemsworth Construction Ltd. 528.00 

Henderson, E 849.00 

Henderson, J 1,961.60 

Henderson, J. B 619.50 


CASH PAYMENTS 


343 


Name 

Henderson, N. R $ 

Henderson, Dr. R. S 

Henderson, T 

Henderson Directories Ltd 

Henderson Secretarial School 

Ltd 

Henderson’s Garage 

Henitiuk, M., Construction .. 

Hennig, J. H 

Hepburn, Dr. A. L 

Herald Tribune 

Herbert, R. E 

Herb’s Welding 

Hertnary, H. J 

Herriman, W. G 

Herter, B 

Herzog, Motors 

Hesse, F 

Hessie, E 

Hettinger, D 

Hevi-Duty Electric Co 

Hewitt, B. W 

Hi- Way Grocery 

Hi-Way Transport 

Hick, G 

Higginbotham, H. T. 

High Level Lumber Co. Ltd. 

High Level Service 

High Prairie Co-op 

Association Ltd 

High Prairie Dairy 

High Prairie Pharmacy 

High River Motor Co 

Highland Park Co-operative 

Association Ltd 

Hihn, A 

Hilker’s General Store 

Hill, D. E 

Hill, Dr. E 

Hill, J. S 

Hill, L 

Hill, M. E 

Hill The Mover Canada Ltd. 

Hillcrest Trading Co 

Hilliker and Bishop Ltd 

Hillman, W. E 

Hilsen, J. R 

Hinde and Dauch Paper Co. 

of Canada Ltd 

Hines, R. R 

Hing, A 

Hingley Terrazzo and Tile 

Ltd 

Hinton, W 

Hinton Motors 

Hinton Truck Lines 

Hippe, M 

Hird, R. H 

Hisey, A 

Hislop, C 

Hitchen, Dr. E 

Hlavoy, J 

Hnatiuk, F 

Hnatiuk, S 

Hnatko, Dr. S. I 

Hoath, T. G 

Hobart Manufacturing Co. 

Ltd 

Hobbs, A 

Hobbs, G. M 

Hobbs, Concrete Blocks Ltd. .. 

Hobbs, A. E„ Ltd 

Hodgson, J. E 

Hodgson, P. C 

Hoechst Pharmaeuticals of 

Canada Ltd 

Hoefer and Wood Ltd 

Hoffman, J 

Hoffman, J., and Co 

Hoffman La Roche Ltd 

Hoffmann, L 

Hoffner, V 

Hofmann, E 

Hofmann, Dr. R 

Hogenson, N 

Hoglin Grocery 

Hohol, N 

Holden, C 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

668.60 

Holden Drainage District 


St. Catherines $ 

1,833.50 

945.00 

No. 1 $ 

3,114.08 

St. Georges Sanatorium .... 

3,508.00 

Holden Welding and 


St. Johns 

601.00 


Machine Shop 

650.87 

St. Joseph’s, Edmonton .... 

2,823.50 

1,760.00 

Hollick, G 

1,182.96 

St. Joseph’s, Vegreville .... 

1,145.20 



75,046.21 

778.20 

St. Louis 

1,840.00 

2,956.95 

Hollingshead, G. W 

St. Mary’s 

1,685.90 

726.01 

Hollingshead Business College 

2,017.00 

St. Michael’s 

3,657.00 

37,821.20 

Hollingsworth, L. H 

1,080.20 

St. Theresa, Fort Vermilion 

689.35 

604.57 

Holliston, K 

1,498.12 

St. Theresa, St. Paul 

944.40 

3,706.50 

Holloway, Dr. S. H 

532.30 

Sacred Heart 

572.50 

1,807.47 

Holloway Paints and 


Smoky Lake Municipal 

507.80 

1,280.16 

Chemicals Ltd. 

520.24 

University of Alberta 

108,610.04 

1,686.05 

Holm, I 

1,303.40 

Wetaskiwin 

817.20 

10,064.00 

Holmes, E. G 

1,700.50 

Hotels: 


559.50 

Holmes Drug Store 

620.25 

Banff Springs 

3,615.90 

796.10 

Hollowaychuk, M. 

520.00 

Castle 

21,323.00 

788.45 

Holroyd, L. H. 

1,341.00 

Cecil 

2,474.55 

1,368.64 

Holroyd, Drug Store 

623.42 

Commodore 

629.30 

1,555.50 

Holstead, C 

618.00 

Corona, Medicine Hat 

546.00 

757.00 

Holt Rinehart and Winston 


Corona Edmonton Co. Ltd. 

783.65 

847.16 

Inc 

38,948.42 

Grange 

555.00 

592.00 

Holts, M 

1,295.10 

High Praire 

780.00 

2,603.14 

Holub, G. M 

935.60 

Lamont 

1,555.50 

1,061.62 

Holuschak, S. 

981.30 

Lincoln 

767.25 

540.00 

Holzer, R., Construction 

43,126.50 

Macdonald 

14,659.10 

2,748.95 

Home Food Market 

2,288.10 

Murray 

524.75 

1,677.01 

Home Lumber Co. Ltd 

4,276.95 

New Breton 

600.00 

4,843.25 


744.00 

Palliser 

3,342.95 

Homeniek, L 

1,022.90 

Ritz Edmonton Ltd 

24,154.88 

2,616.56 


3,440.95 

Riviera 

7,500.00 

1,913.03 

Homesteader General Store .. 

1,089.70 

Roseberry 

23,374.00 

2,892.09 

Homme, A. W., Ltd 

1,712.80 

Royal, Edmonton 

20,129.00 

1,351.64 

Honess, V. O 

563.50 

Royal, Medicine Hat 

2,177.25 


Honey, Dr. J. W 

1,574.50 

Royal Crown, Ltd 

720.00 

2,371.00 

Honeyboy Baking Co. Ltd. .. 

2,046.54 

Houghton Mifflin Co 

2,687.08 

840.75 

Honeyman, M 

589.05 

Houle, B 

814.20 

5,822.35 

Honeywell Controls Ltd 

16,470.23 

Houle, J 

1,140.13 

952.23 

Hood Motors Ltd 

5,575.26 

Houle, M 

1,651.90 

522.55 

Hood, J., School Supplies .... 

15,159.83 

Houlihan, M 

595.25 

622.80 

Hook, R. C 

1,831.70 

House, C. D 

617.10 

629.00 

Hook Signs Ltd 

49,638.63 

House, F 

1,532.48 

980.00 

Hoopfer, W. S. and F. E 

28,015.00 

House, W. W 

724.79 

581.39 

Hoople, H 

559.50 

House of Grant Canada Ltd. 

1,077.31 

2,336.08 

Hoover, C., Co. Ltd 

23,693.12 

House of Hanratty 


28,125.21 

Hoover Co. Ltd 

1,210.83 

Personalized Caterer Ltd. .. 

901.00 

841.95 

Hoover Farm Equipment 

664.16 

Housfeld, H 

514.60 

515.21 

Hopkins, H. S 

Hopkins Construction 

1,463.99 

Houston, B 

Hoveland Funeral Home 

1,386.50 

945.00 

1,230.48 

Company 

28,515.61 

Howard and McBride 

761.50 

2,328.00 

Hopkyns, Dr. J 

1,138.50 

Howard, E., Construction 


1,334.30 

Hopps, B., and Co. Ltd 

5,359.00 

Ltd 

2,000.20 


Horejsi, E. A 

747.80 

Howatt, H. R 

517.27 

2,293.78 

Horn, A. C., Co. Ltd 

3,610.00 

Howg, F. W 

2,803.00 

527.50 

Horne, F 

1,537.54 

Hrdlicka, Dr. J 

1,811.34 

855.74 

Horne and Pittfield Foods 


Hrushchak, D. A. 

945.00 

5,724.10 

Ltd 

65,816.54 

Hryciuk’s General Store 

1,436.95 

2,723.00 

Horner, Dr. R. H 

639.00 

Hubbard, J 

1,345.85 

1,561.20 

Horner, F. W„ Ltd 

5,463.13 

Huber, E 

825.00 

1,000.60 

Horodezky, B 

900.00 

Huber, F 

738.13 

861.20 

Horton, E. A., Sales Ltd 

4,536.86 

Huber, J., Ashmont 

1.104.00 

1.909.00 

1,085.00 

Horton Steel Works Ltd 

20,549.42 

Huber, J., Red Deer 

1,082.80 

Hosford, J. W 

562.76 

Hubick, B. A 

1,180.00 

8,338.00 

Hosford, Wm 

697.00 

Huckell, Dr. J. R 

513.00 

647.25 

Hoskin Scientific Co 

2,473.95 

Huckell, Johnston and 


1,796.00 

Hospitals: 


Huckell, Drs 

6,041.00 

1,162.52 

Alberta Childrens 

11,848.80 

Huculak, W. R 

811.70 


Archer Memorial 

1,116.03 

Huculak, J. and C 

2,216.00 

3,489.20 

Athabasca Municipal 

861.70 

Huddleston, R 

938.85 

872.50 

Beulah Home 

16,130.45 

Huddleston, R. D 

979.75 

1,070.00 

Drumheller Municipal 

692.50 

Hudkins, C. V 

2,809.33 

6,198.13 

Fairview Community 

564.70 

Hudson Construction Co. Ltd. 

500.00 

1,178.23 

Foothills Provincial General 

1,500,000.00 

Hudson Optical Laboratories 

26,654.61 

3,225.60 

General, Calgary 

12,421.38 

Ltd 

744.04 

General, Edmonton 

4,356.70 

Hudson Sand Service 

1,699.40 


Grace Maternity 

1,732.90 

Hudson’s Bay Co 

165,370.46 

9,331.63 

Grande Prairie Municipal .. 

1,139.50 

Hudson’s Bay Oil and Gas 

829.12 

1,191.14 

Holy Cross . 

12,193.38 

Co. Ltd 

905.12 

Innisfail Municipal 

701.20 

Huff, L 

1,547.80 

802.00 

John Neil 

1,403.20 

Huff, R. C 

633.90 

5,280.13 

Lethbridge Municipal 

17,198.16 

Hughes, L. A 

600.00 

1,324.65 

1,459.30 

Medicine Hat Municipal 

3,091.95 

Hughes Owens Co. Ltd 

69,344.63 

M isericordia 

32,129.15 

2,021.00 

Hugo, J. F 

850.92 

659.00 

Mount Royal Private 

Hulburd’s Crane Service Ltd. 

2,279.90 

548.60 

Peace River Municipal 

1,018.50 

Humble Manufacturing Co. 

1,910.37 

735.00 

Prittic K H 

601.98 

Ltd. Ltd 

672.69 


3,570.10 

878.03 

Hummelle, B 

968.06 

2,099.23 

Red Deer Municipal 

Hunking, E 

1,149.05 

1,522.50 

Royal Alexandra 

8,877.95 

Hunley, H 

1,568.04 


344 


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STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

Hunley, K. A # 907.50 

Hunley, W. A 1,151.90 

Hunt, A 769.00 

Hunt, E. C 780.00 

Hunt, Dr. J. \V 575.55 

Hunt, M 1,159.12 

Hunt, Hunt and Wright, 

Drs 933.40 

Hunter and Gillies Ltd 1,013.40 

Hunting Survey Corporation 

Ltd 2,443.00 

Huntington Rubber Mills of 

Canada Ltd 2,391.90 

Hurly, M. F 18,277.50 

Hurskawen, E 1,060.00 

Hurst, J 600.00 

Husky Refining Co 288,832.07 

Husky Transport Ltd 1,156.22 

Hutcheson, E., Estate 870.00 

Hutton Upholstering Co 1,286.95 

Hutton’s Ltd 11,248.08 

Huttunen, A 1,790.00 

Hylo Co-op 621.00 

Hymas, W. E 1,784.59 


# 3,942,498.66 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

aggregate 141,755.96 


Total: Section "H” . # 4,084,254.62 


I.G.A. Store # 24,096.12 

Ideal Laundry and Dry 

Cleaners 2,146.08 

Ike’s Modern Motors 4,955.92 

Iko Asphalt Roofing Products 

Ltd 2,321.42 

Ikoncn, S 960.00 

Iley, L 723.00 

Imhoff, G 884.98 

Immaculate Conception 

Convent 844.38 

Imperial Apartments 

Vermilion Ltd 3,240.00 

Imperial Lumber Co. Ltd 21,553.02 

Imperial Motors Ltd 1,115.29 

Imperial Oil Co 1,591,085.85 

Imperial Optical Company 

Ltd 37,443.65 

Imperial Surgical Co 687.80 

Imperial Tobacco Sales of 

Canada 30,788.72 

Independent Creameries Ltd. .. 3,655.18 

Independent Drilling and 

Exploration Co. Ltd 15,031.34 

Independent Wholesale Ltd. .. 45,991.61 

Industrial and Road 

Equipment Ltd. 94,646.09 

Industrial Concrete Floors 

Ltd 4,451.11 

Industrial Drives and 

Bearings Ltd 9,543.82 

Industrial Engineering 

Consulants 7,069.17 

Industrial Machine Shop 1,306.93 

Inglewood Auto Camp 628.15 

Inglis, J., Co. Ltd 18,362.10 

Inglis, W. H 633.30 

Ingram, I. D 5,761.00 

Ingram, P. C 1,026.00 

Ingram and Bell Ltd 25,033.50 

Ingram, MacDonald, Manes 

and Higgins 19,625.80 

Ings, E. I. H 1,471.24 

Inions, V. B 1,620.00 

Inland Cement Co. Ltd 421,068.98 

Inland Grave! Ltd 3,562.59 

Inman, D 728.00 

Innisfail Central Garage 616.17 

Institut de Microbiologie 

Et D’Hygiene 600.40 

Institute of Applied Art Ltd. 1,467.27 

Institute of Chartered 

Accountants of Alberta 1,265.00 

Institute of Technology and 

Art 4,937.84 


Name Amount 

Inter-Radiography and 

Inspection Service Ltd $ 1,795.40 

Interlake Tissue Mills Co. 

Ltd 2,446.89 

International Bit Service Ltd. 790.21 

International Business 

Machine Co. Ltd 1,210,858.32 

International Harvester Co. 

Ltd 138,680.14 

International Paints (Canada) 

Ltd 673.20 

International Water Supply 

Ltd 5,119.40 

Interprovincial Chemicals Ltd. 12,725.50 

Ireland, C 17,561.02 

Iron Horse Trucking Ltd 4,079.00 

Iron River Store 2,725.88 

Irvin’s Garage Ltd 1,376.50 

Irwin, G 731.00 

Isaac, C. A 1,848.33 


# 3,814,359.61 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 
aggregate 14,316.53 


Total: Section "I” ....# 3,828,676.14 


J. and P. Coats Canada Ltd. . # 2,098.62 

J. and P. Food Stores 2,227.52 

Jablonkay, F 798.70 

Jack’s Mens Wear 806.35 

Jack’s Radiator Service Ltd. .. 572.17 

Jackson, B. B 1,158.30 

Jackson, E 577.60 

Jackson, Dr. M. P 756.60 

Jackson, G. N., Ltd 978.32 

Jackson, N. M., Ltd 1,020.11 

Jackson, R. B. and I. W 575.60 

Jackson’s Gravel Pit 1,037.05 

Jackson’s Welding Ltd 8,180.75 

Jacobs, L 617.57 

Jacob’s Ornamental Iron 

Works Ltd 812.50 

Jacobsen, J 2,802.70 

Jacobson, C. A 1,469.18 

Jacobson, L. E 1,248.13 

Jacobson, S 610.20 

Jacobson’s Beauty School 1,713.70 

Jacques Funeral Home 1,023.00 

Jaehn’s Auto Body Shop 1,931.84 

Jajczay, F 568.25 

James, G. A. 769.60 

James, J. H 2,027.57 

James, T 572.00 

James and Reimer Ltd 500.00 

James and Son 2,468.40 

James Drug Store Ltd 536.42 

James Equipment Ltd 3,860.55 

Jamieson, Dr. R. C 1,566.25 

Jamison, D. N 500.00 

Janiszewski, A 1,374.31 

Janitor’s Supply and 

Distributors Ltd 832.72 

Jankes Ltd 2,229.38 

Janssens, R 1,113.56 

Janzen, M 843.97 

Janzen, Wm. F 910.14 

Jardine, A 658.60 

Jasman, R 780.55 

Jasman Transport Co. Ltd. .. 519.00 

Jasper Dairy 11,707.57 

Jasper Printing Ltd 652.09 

Jasper Welding and Tank 

Co. Ltd 608.75 

Jebb, K 935.45 

Jedco Ltd 3,453.43 

Jeep Sales Alta. Ltd 1,104.08 

Jefferies Industries Ltd 11,778.47 

Jefferson and Swanson Ltd. .. 626.75 

Jefferys, L. C 1,102.70 

Jeffrie’s Hardware and 

Building Supplies 1,576.07 

Jellis Appraisal Co. Ltd 1,155.00 

Jenkins, F 1,983.77 

Jenkins, P. A 720.05 

Jenkins, R. W 4,181.70 

Jenkins Groceteria 16,689.22 


Name Amount 

Jenner, E. J # 632.35 

Jenner Motors 109,691.89 

Jensen 5 Cents to 1 Dollar 

Store 676.40 

Jensen, H 765.57 

Jericho Hill School 8,689.40 

Jespersen, J 1,572.00 

Jespersen, Dr. R. E 1,155.80 

Jet Lube of Canada Ltd 8,919.68 

Jetten, T 1,242.89 

Jickling, L 828.25 

Jimmie’s Super Market 8,739.15 

Jim’s Esso Service 734.12 

Jober, S 1,190.40 

Jobin, L 524.40 

Joblonkay, F., Sr 765.00 

Joel’s Locksmiths 4,174.30 

Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop 559.36 

Johannsen, G 615.48 

Johnanson, Dr. A. N 1,188.10 

Johanson Holdings Ltd 2,740.00 

Johanson, McG., Ltd 4,276.50 

Johnansson, A 1,176.00 

Johansson, E 2,006.25 

Johansson, K 712.00 

Johansson, J., and Sons 985.50 

John’s Shell Service 602.50 

Johnson, C 550.00 

Johnson, D. J 841.50 

Johnson, Dr. E. A 657.50 

Johnson, E. A 725.90 

Johnson, E. L 646.00 

Johnson, G 524.00 

Johnson, Gordon 930.27 

Johnson, K 788.00 

Johnson, L 37,133.33 

Johnson, N. E 1,368.00 

Johnson and Johnson Ltd 10,249.72 

Johnson and Matthew 4,010.74 

Johnson and Trach Lumber 

Co. Ltd 1,905.00 

Johnson Bros 1,446.86 

Johnson Construction Co. 

Ltd 549.45 

Johnson Controls Ltd 8,498.42 

Johnston, C. A 1,646.00 

Johnston, Dr. F. D 512.50 

Johnston, J. 0 511.90 

Johnston, L 899.00 

Johnston, Dr. L. W 725.00 

Johnston, Dr. R. J 3,798.50 

Johnston, W. S 2,025.00 

Johnston, A. L., Construction 

Ltd 3,690.19 

Johnston, R. E., Contracting 

Ltd 1,720.75 

Johnstone, J. R 859.00 

Johnstone, Dr. W. A 2,764.00 

Joint Fire Prevention 

Publicity Committee 730.00 

Joly, P 550.90 

Jones, A. B 826.71 

Jones, C. E 575.48 

Jones, Dr. G. A 804.78 

Jones, G. H 1,416.15 

Jones, G. L 5,250.00 

Jones, H 723.00 

Jones, J 1,567.50 

Jones, Jean 568.76 

Jones, J. E 3,681.00 

Jones, J. L 2,800.28 

Jones, P. A 1,119.00 

Jones, P. L 4,452.40 

Jones, T. C 685.30 

Jones, W. E 1,790.00 

Jones, W. G 1,224.00 

Jones, J. L., Cafe and Hotel .. 923.36 

Jones, W. D. and B. H 1,243.00 

Jones, W. F 514.90 

Jones, D. L., Wholesale 

Florist Ltd 1,713.25 

Joonson, M. F 13,402.00 

Jordan and Baker Motel Co. 

Ltd 4,499.16 

Jordan, H. and Co, Ltd. 507.61 

Jorgensen, A 522.00 

Jorgensen, J. H 891.30 

Jorgensen Bros. Ltd 3,016.85 

Jorgenson, N 1,483.72 


CASH PAYMENTS 


345 


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Name Amount 

Josvanger, A $ 2,025.13 

Journal of Commerce Weekly 3,122.49 

Joussard Fur Farmers Co-op 

Ltd 1,423.50 

Junction Agencies 958.39 

Junction Meat Market Ltd. .. 500.00 

Juneau, E 2,843.12 

Justason, L. A 620.00 

Justason and Mason 3,796.10 

Juvenile Offenders Canteen 

Account 2,513.10 

$ 444,346.94 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 
aggregate 45,225.53 


Total: Section "J” ■■■■$ 489,572.47 


K. and L. Tire Ltd $ 8,259.54 

Kachuk, D 1,500.61 

Kachuk, J 3,132.00 

Kadatz, M 583.60 

Kahn Optical Co. Ltd 9,202.00 

Kaliel, F 991.50 

Kalinowski, A 8,249.85 

Kalis, B. W 666.40 

Kalis, H. and F 969.30 

Kalita, M 539.40 

Kalyn, M 840.00 

Kalyn Construction Ltd 668.00 

Kanaroski, J 713.30 

Kane, F 663.80 

Kapicki, H 1,330.75 

Kaplun, S 901.00 

Karpa, W 1,821.50 

Karpinski, J 3,559.97 

Karst, M 515.50 

Kartz, A. L 810.45 

Kary, K 775.00 

Kary’s General Store 1,875.00 

Kasha, J. C 16,526.00 

Kashuba, A 705.90 

Kashuba, S 507.50 

Kasinec, A 2,395.00 

Kaspraw, J 3,630.50 

Kaupp, H. F 746.00 

Kaupp, R. E 5,240.70 

Kause, E 571.50 

Keay, G. R 1,368.09 

Keay, J 3,025.00 

Keeley, P., Edson 4,820.54 

Keeley, P., Sangudo 9,892.56 

Keer, D. E 1,998.35 

Kehlert, O. and E 688.65 

Keitel, R 4,527.60 

Keith Stationers Ltd 856.61 

Kellam, FI. J., Ltd 542.90 

Kellaway Printing Ltd 542.92 

Kelley, P 1,587.60 

Kellington, C 7,391.65 

Kellough Brothers Ltd 23,427.79 

Kelly, C 884.70 

Kelly, J 607.30 

Kelly, M. L 540.00 

Kelly, S 1,119.00 

Kelly, Wm 563.00 

Kelly, A. C. M. D. and B. E. 2,534.00 

Kelvin and Hughes Canada 

Ltd 694.75 

Kelvinator Sales Corporation 

Ltd 3,497.39 

Kendall, R. E 1,011.00 

Kendall Co. Canada Ltd 4,933.60 

Kendall Motors Ltd 6,447.61 

Kennedy, C 504.20 

Kennedy, L 1,959.00 

Kennedy, W., and Sons Ltd. 1,480.00 

Kenwards Shoe Repair 532.50 

Kenway Saddle and Leather 

Co 3,176.63 

Kenzle, J. J 1,328.00 

Kerik, J. J 596.77 

Kernspeck, W 759.18 

Keroack, A. A 621.63 

Kerr, G. R 604.48 

Kerr, M. L 980.00 

Kerr Tire Service 3,327.78 


Name Amount 


Kerr’s Tire and Servicentre ....$ 

Ketcheson, H. F 

Ketcheson, R. T 

Ketchum Manufacturing Co. .. 

Keushnig, B. T 

Key, D. E 

Kichham Clinic 

Kidd, J. G 

Kietel, R. C 

Kiewit, P., Sons Co. of 

Canada Ltd 

4,613.01 

616.20 

936.60 

10,563.00 

507.50 
568.25 

542.50 
2,713.70 

11,720.50 

550,564.37 

762.50 

Kilpatrick, A 

Kimball, R 

1,282.80 

Kimberly Clark Canada Ltd. .. 

3,531.31 

Kimmitt, Dr. P. J 

4,878.00 

Kimmitt Concrete Ltd 

1,199.04 

Kimpe and Kimpe 

1,395.05 

Kinamore, D 

1,107.20 

Kinderwater, P 

2,100.00 

Kindrachuk, Dr. W. H 

1,582.00 

King, M. E 

935.40 

King and Butcher 

8,042.50 

King, F., Motors Ltd 

1,026.32 

King Seagrave Ltd 

668.07 

King’s Truck Service 

820.05 

Kinsella, P. A 

646.00 

Kinuso Mercantile 

1,615.22 

Kirby, N. C 

994.50 

Kirchhofer, H. J 

559.50 

Kirk, D. M 

1,044.78 

Kirk’s Metallizing Shop 

1,263.10 

Kirk’s Tire Sales and Service 

1,273.19 

Kishimoto, L. M 

540.00 

Kiss Construction Ltd 

28,906.25 

Kitagawa, S 

680.55 

Kiwanis Children’s Aid Home 

5,366.00 

Kizan, R. P 

1,471.05 

Klajn, Dr. R. P 

1,000.00 

Klassen, A 

750.50 

Klassen, A. E. and C 

4,788.97 

Klatt, D 

938.80 

Klavano, G. G 

Klebak, N 

1,282.50 

890.00 

Kleen, Ltd 

8,225.47 

Kleenor Protective Products 

Ltd 

527.25 

Klein, E 

1,095.00 

Klein, I. R 

2,144.00 

Klemke, T. A., and Sons .... 

1,013,777.71 

Klien, J 

1,179.00 

Klinosko, E 

622.95 

Kling, Dr. S. 

4,323.25 

Klingspon, G. I 

1,762.35 

Klondex Ltd 

2,339.82 

Klothman, Dr. H. J. A 

1,182.00 

Klufas, W. J 

534.58 

Klukas Grocery 

1,600.44 

Kmicik, H 

726.00 

Knapp-Fishers 

997.03 

Knechtel, C. C 

810.00 

Knechtel, C. and E 

548.00 

Knelsen, J., General Store .... 

1,609.37 

Knight, E. G 

532.26 

Knight, L. M 

534.40 

Knight, M. A 

1,331.40 

Knight, M 

1,183.10 

Knights Stationery and 

Printing Co. Ltd 

1,003.85 

Knodel, L 

2,914.64 

Knopp, J 

665.22 

Knowles, D 

881.11 

Knull, H 

726.60 

Knull and Reimer Ltd 

6,834.00 

Knutson, H 

830.79 

Knutson, J 

500.00 

Koch, E. H 

4,081.50 

Koch, M. C 

581.80 

Koehler, G 

888.80 

Koffler’s Hardware and 

Building Supplies Ltd 

1,336.79 

Kohut, Dr. C. D 

989.10 

Kokovetski, M 

525.00 

Roll, Y 

688.00 

Kolodychuk, A 

1,612.18 

1,661.08 

Kelt, V 

Komm, W. M 

632.75 

Kootenay River Lumber and 
Pole Co 

3,333.75 

Kopchia, L. F 

584.00 


Name Amount 


Korbyl, J 

723.00 

Korchinski, M. J 

1,278.60 

Kornberger, R 

1,310.70 

Kosa, Z 

1,203.70 

Kosik, W 

5,037.95 

Koskinen, E 

559.50 

Kosman Pump Service Ltd. .. 

2,280.36 

Kosolofsky, S 

548.49 

Kostelansky, W. S 

867.09 

Kosteriva, J 

1,371.95 

Kostler, M. 

912.50 

Kotch, R 

1,388.10 

Kovach, P 

558.30 

Kovacs, F 

5,928.00 

Kovnats, S. F 

Kowerchuk, M 

2,250.00 

893.55 

Koyczan, A 

2,115.00 

Kozak, V 

895.95 

Kozakevich, A 

507.50 

Kozelenko, L. A 

1,335.40 

Kozoway, R 

911.10 

Kraft Foods Ltd 

1,736.25 

Kramer, D 

3,127.00 

Krasnow, M 

692.63 

Kratz and Kratz, Drs 

561.00 

Krause and Son 

1,400.00 

Krauskopf, J 

1,144.00 

Krauskopf, Janet 

667.00 

Krauskopf, Bros 

519.33 

Krawchuk, D 

1,981.92 

Kraynyk, E 

549.10 

Kreamer, A. D 

721.05 

Krebs, W 

643.40 

Kredentser, Dr. B 

6,539.75 

Krezanoski, S 

523.25 

Kricken, H. C 

1,015.00 

Krim, A 

861.40 

Kroeger, Bros 

1,131.29 

Kroening, H 

913.80 

Kroetch, K 

686.25 

Kropinak’s General Store 

578.13 

Kropp, E 

559.50 

Krueger, C 

563.40 

Kruger Construction Co. Ltd. 

807.50 

Kruper, H 

583.80 

Kruse, A 

949.00 

Krushinsky, S 

1,884.60 

Krys, P 

1,552.55 

Krysa, J., and Sons Ltd 

4,530.92 

Krywonis, J 

549.70 

Kubalik, S 

840.00 

Kubersky, W 

590.90 

Kuehn, H 

1,269.10 

Kuharchuk, J 

1,068.00 

Kuhl, W. F 

4,642.00 

Kunstman, R 

1,540.00 

Kurash, M 

650.08 

Kure, G. W 

819.00 

Kure, R., Construction Ltd. . 

2,622.00 

Kuryliw, W 

1,344.50 

Kurylo, M 

648.90 

Kushneryk, S 

829.15 

Kushnir, H 

590.20 

Kutinsky, P 

563.35 

Kutny, J 

816.80 

Kuyltjes, G. and A 

1,962.00 

Kuypers, W 

2,000.00 

Kuzma, G 

1,187.75 

Kuzmicki, F 

719.16 

Kuzyk Plumbing and Heating 

617.49 

Kvatum, M. J 

1,050.00 

Kwast, H. M 

533.13 

Kyle, N 

2,674.50 

Kyle Printing Ltd 

601.52 

Kym, W. R 

826.85 

£ 

2,025,663.11 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 
aggregate 

78,511.22 

Total: Section "K” ....$ 2,104,174.33 

L’Heureux, J $ 

1,549.10 

L’Hirondelle, E 

1,871.36 

La Corporation 

Archiepiscopale 

3,234.00 

La Crete General Store 

1,715.58 


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STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

La Fleche Bros. Ltd $ 8,600.20 

La Fleur, A 906.00 

La Fortune, E 708.80 

La Marche, E. P 1,831.00 

La Survi vance 1,071.61 

La Survivance Building 4,540.00 

Laackmann, H 1,253.29 

La Belle, E 3,622.73 

Labonte, H. A 2,198.66 

Laboratory Instrument 

Services 735.25 

Laboucan, J 1,493.00 

Lac La Biche Clinic 26,590.00 

Lac La Biche Creamery 1,992.45 

Lac La Biche Garage 847.05 

Lac La Biche Mercantile 21,707.36 

Lac La Biche Sales and Service 3,901.92 

Lacey, M 5,873.15 

Lacey, R. H 869.00 

Lacombe Artificial Breeding 

Association 808.00 

Lacombe Construction Ltd 1,128.50 

Lacombe Home 22,881.98 

Lacombe Nurseries 30,712.67 

Lacombe Permacrete Ltd 23,837.10 

Lacoursiere, J 2,401.20 

Laderaute, C. E., Estate 560.00 

Lafleur, R 1,527.60 

Laforge, R 1,899.13 

Lafrance, W. P 7,951.11 

Laing, C. R 627.65 

Laird, M 1,352.00 

Lajoie, J. J 555.19 

Lake Shore Construction 28,174.75 

Lakeshore Sands Ltd 16,811.20 

Lakeview Mortuary 1,610.00 

Lakey, Dr. W. H 3,145.75 

Lam, K. F 573.75 

Lamb, F. W., and Sons 415,731.45 

Lamb, T., McManus and 
Associates Ltd. and Stanley, 

Grimble, Roblin Ltd 50,612.97 

Lambert, M. P 738.10 

Lambert, R. G., Agency 862.88 

Lambert, A., Inc 8,179.39 

Lamberts Store 2,488.00 

Lamboo, D 517.30 

Lamont Clinic 1,321.90 

Lamothe, R. B 821.21 

Lamoureux, A 514.50 

Lamoureux, L. K 1,350.00 

Lamoureux, Dr. M. A 924.38 

Lamoureux, M. K. and S. H. 1,750.00 

Lamport-Howell Distributors 

Ltd 4,302.81 

Lander, A 687.20 

Landon, W. A 585.90 

Landry, A 1,854.00 

Landry, G 900.45 

Lane, F 867.80 

Lang, A 736.55 

Lang, J 1,500.00 

Lang, J. J 819.10 

Lang, J. A., and Sons Ltd. .. 2,484.43 

Lange, A 1,211.80 

Lange, L. J 760.50 

Langevin, G 2,254.52 

Langille, L. C. and K 1,951.00 

Langis Laboratories Ltd 1,749.90 

Langlois Store 7,689.96 

Langpap, E. J 2,050.08 

Langstaff, A 2,750.94 

Lanthier, R 1,904.91 

Larko, J. R 1,903.60 

Larogue, A 1,525.50 

Larsen, F 1,541.00 

Larsen, 0 613.99 

Larsen’s Garage 1,017.97 

Larson, H 681.50 

Larson, K 911.80 

Larson, L 1,224.33 

Larson, M. L 900.00 

Larson, T. P 1,354.18 

Larson, W. D. 1,401.15 

Larwill, J. E 1,185.40 

Lashmar, D 2,110.64 

Lashmar, T. C 1,611.23 

Laskosky, Wm 748.60 

Latta, D. G., Limited 2,953.28 


Name Amount 

Latta, A., Ltd $ 4,605.26 

Lauder, R. D 709.75 

Laundrie, M. J 1,330.57 

Laurentian Enterprises Reg’d. 1,750.00 

Lauridsen, A 850.00 

Lauridsen, D 6,420.75 

Lauridsen Construction 5,803.90 

Laurie and Lamb Ltd 20,377.00 

Laver, F i 504.30 

Lavoie, E 666.40 

Law, Dr. F. M 1,811.00 

Law Society of Alberta 10,315.00 

Lawrence, A. M 1,132.40 

Lawrence, C. J 2,610.00 

Lawrence, L 3,825.10 

Lawrence and Andrew Ltd 10,693.66 

Lawrence, J., Co. Ltd 830.93 

Lawrenuk, W 1,717.50 

Lawrie, Dr. S. W 926.80 

Lawson Vinegar Co 13,399.63 

Layden, J. E 545.00 

Laye, M. E 540.00 

Lazoruk, J 777.00 

Lazoruk’s Service Garage 529.00 

Le Bihan, J. F 1,309.05 

Le Blanc, R 1,094.80 

Le Clair, L. E 1,139.00 

Le Drew, Rowand, McClung 

and Jones, Drs 4,237.35 

Le May, P 519.60 

Lea, N 1,193.28 

Leach, L. S 1,234.79 

Leach, W 528.00 

Leach Trucking Co. Ltd 1,196.00 

Leader, T. A 500.00 

Leader Post 599.19 

Lechuk, B 978.50 

LeClerac, A., Fairview 714.25 

LeClerc, A., Red Deer 1,640.51 

Ledinski, F 913.40 

Leduc Construction Co. Ltd. 275,858.81 

Leduc Representative 1,229.48 

Leduc Service Store 576.34 

Lee, L 662.10 

Lee, P. J 1,195.70 

Lee, R., Edmonton 564.75 

Lee, R., Sexsmith 1,996.82 

Lee, R. D 531.25 

Lee, S 736.45 

Leeder, Dr. J. R 959.50 

Lefsrud, Dr. J. B 1,000.00 

Leigh, J. C 1,417.50 

Leigh, W. G 1,390.30 

Leiper, A 772.65 

Lemoine, L 529.40 

Lennie, D 550.00 

Lennox Industries Canada 

Ltd 856.80 

Lennox Welding and Supply 

Ltd 925.98 

Len’s Tire Shop 1,025.57 

Lentz, G 6,932.70 

Leonard Tire Mart Ltd 856.20 

Leong, J. D 1,321.55 

Leong, R 1,025.85 

Lepchuk, M 854.00 

Lepine, A. J 1,158.65 

Lepla, J 1,256.18 

Leppuhner, A 1,041.30 

Lerner’s Lumber and Builders 

Supplies Ltd 1,820.67 

Lerohl, M. L 1,398.66 

Les Reverands Peres Oblates 

De Marie Immaculee 4,875.00 

Les Soeurs De L’Assomption 986.20 

Less Farm Equipment 5,153.26 

Letain, V. 1 750.40 

Letawsky, A 3,022.40 

Letendre, C 2,340.00 

Letendre, H 736.50 

Lethbridge Air Service 1,577.05 

Lethbridge and District 

Exhibition 500.00 

Lethbridge Battery Co 645.10 

Lethbridge Building Supplies 

Co 505.95 

Lethbridge Collieries Ltd 1,010.47 

Lethbridge Court Reporters .. 1,057.00 


Name Amount 

Lethbridge Excavating and 

Pipe Line Co. Ltd $ 5,161.75 

Lethbridge Glass Co 624.00 

Lethbridge Herald 5,173.91 

Lethbridge Industries Ltd 1,835.60 

Lethbridge Iron Works Ltd. .. 12,678.09 

Lethbridge Laundry and Dry 

Cleaners Ltd 11,016.55 

Lethbridge Locker and Freezer 

Service 2,831.50 

Lethbridge Monumental and 

Tile Works 5,008.00 

Lethbridge Northern 

Irrigation District 2,261.81 

Lethbridge Secretarial College 812.25 

Lethbridge Sheet Metal 599.00 

Letts, Dr. G. D. J 750.00 

Letwiniuk, W 2,000.00 

Leupold and Stevens 

Instruments Inc 7,438.34 

Lever Bros. Ltd 7,565.80 

Levins, R. R 737.79 

Levit Sign Co. Ltd 4,596.00 

Levitt Safety Ltd 582.59 

Levoir, C. H. L 2,203.93 

Levy, R. E 514.85 

Lewicki, K 1,071.20 

Lewicky, 1 1,358.00 

Lewis, E 519.00 

Lewis, V. D 1,502.78 

Lewis, W. J 537.00 

Lewis and Wilson 30,694.98 

Lewiscraft 1,370.92 

Leyden, R 1,425.20 

Leyden’s Service Garage 587.61 

Lhirondelle, J 2,457.17 

Liber, W. J 1,125.75 

Liberty Machine Works Ltd. 3,479.50 

Liddicoat, C 1,075.00 

Liebel, A 1,120.95 

Lien’s Cash and Carry 525.08 

Lievers, G. J. 540.00 

Lievers, H 825.00 

Life Insurance Co. of Alberta 44,662.98 

Liland, B. L 735.13 

Lillico, K 615.00 

Lincoln, R 660.00 

Lincoln Electric Co. of 

Canada Ltd 16,286.46 

Lincoln Mutual Telephone 

Company 1,292.13 

Lindal, B 559.50 

Linden, D 730.36 

Linden Contractors Ltd 3,764.90 

Lindsay, F 1,053.35 

Lindsay, H 536.80 

Lindsay, N. N 528.20 

Lindsay Equipment Ltd 1,895.47 

Links Associate Clinic 1,975.45 

Linley Motors 614.93 

Lippincott, J. B., Co 537.31 

Liquid Carbonic Corporation 

Ltd 9,454.28 

Lirondelle, J 909.60 

Litchield, G 687.38 

Litchfield, L. D 1,376.15 

Lithokraft Press Ltd 13,631.25 

Litke, G. and R 1,421.10 

Little, Dr. R. S 2,088.80 

Little, W 705.30 

Little, W. H 1,661.80 

Little, J. B., and Sons Ltd. . 3,401.23 

Little Paradise Nursing Home 713.50 

Litwin, B 900.45 

Living, H 2,115.70 

Livingstone, Dr. A. G 4,229.00 

Livingstone, R 984.30 

Lobay, H., Hardware 674.10 

Lobe, H 1,289.22 

Loblaws Groceterias Co. Ltd. 6,388.88 

Lobsinger, Dr. A. J 622.50 

Lochansky, A 792.17 

Lockhart, E. A 619.70 

Loeblick, H. L 993.95 

Loewen, A 26,284.00 

Loewen, H 2,711.20 

Loewen, J 645.10 

Loewen, R 1,697.03 

Loewen, W. H 1,997.00 


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Name Amount 

Logan, C. M 0 4,942.30 

Logan, D 640.75 

Loh Ventilation Ltd 606.81 

Lompard and McCrimmon .... 1,301.00 

Long, K. C 10,290.00 

Longman Green and Co 59,123.64 

Longmans Canada Ltd 7,060.26 

Loomis Armored Car Service 

Ltd 4,261.22 

Loon Lake Trading Co 5,174.75 

Lopatfea, N 729.00 

Lopushinsky, W 1,375.95 

Lopushinsky, W. T 1,182.00 

Lopusinsky, K 2,133.10 

Lord and Burnham Co. Ltd. .. 76,042.67 

Lorenson, M 1,135.00 

Lorenz, L 1,285.00 

Lome’s Corner Service 635.02 

Lotnick, M 2,832.30 

Lougheed, G 567.95 

Love, J. E., and Son 1,069.08 

Love Brothers and Co 775.91 

Loveseth Ltd 17,236.15 

Loveseth Northern Ltd 4,526.65 

Lowe Brothers Co. Ltd 3,960.42 

Lowes, H., Garage 987.31 

Lown’s Super Market Ltd 1,033.35 

Lowry, M. V 3,101.51 

Lowry’s Store 1,035.10 

Loyek Construction Co. Ltd. 19,723.83 

Loza, F., General Merchant .. 15,325.93 

Lucas, R 823.00 

Ludwig Construction Co. Ltd. 743,403.77 
Ludwig Construction Co. 

Ltd., and Ludwig, G., Ltd. 502,688.50 

Ludwig, G., Ltd 66,353.50 

Lumsden, L 557.53 

Lund, N. J 693.50 

Lund Drilling 1,256.00 

Lundberg Equipment Co. Ltd. 13,221.75 

Lundgren, M 603.00 

Lundgren, W. W 4,985.00 

Lundgren-Hoffos Motors 764.06 

Lundy, H 1,462.55 

Lupul, E 562.16 

Lutz, W. A 886.00 

I.uyckfassel, D 532.90 

Lyle, N 1,225.00 

Lyle’s Tire Shop 8,638.15 

Lynch, L. 1,115.40 

Lynes United Services Ltd. 1,455.50 

Lynn, V. P 995.50 

Lysachok, C 1,396.60 

Lysachok, W 1,176.50 

Lysak, N 525.00 

Lysons, B. E 1,560.00 

Lytwynec, R 1,689.40 


0 3,131,014.14 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

aggregate 101,761.15 


Total: Section "L” ....# 3,232,775.29 


MacCharles, Dr. D. N 0 591.30 

MacCharles, Dr. E. D 1,614.60 

MacCosham’s 7,452.78 

MacDonald, A 1,163.05 

MacDonald, A. W 1,756.55 

MacDonald, D. N 1,176.75 

MacDonald, H. F 3,046.75 

MacDonald, J. D 702.50 

MacDonald, K. D 2,160.00 

MacDonald, K. E 1,335.00 

MacDonald, Dr. L. V 1,998.00 

MacDonald, Dr. W. A 730.00 

MacDonald and MacDonald 

Ltd 825.00 

MacDonald and Schnell 540.00 

MacDonald Consolidated Ltd. 211,879.15 

MacDonald Tobacco Inc 853.23 

MacGregor, Dr. D. J 1,648.00 

MacIntyre, J. H 1,085.80 

MacKenzie, Dr. W. C 5,055.75 

MacKenzie Airways Ltd 843.50 

MacKenzie and Feimann Ltd. 22,786.00 

MacKinnon, H. J 1,310.10 


Name Amount 

MacKinnon, H. L., Co. Ltd. 0 4,258.00 

Macintosh, G. A 582.60 

MacLean, Dr. W. A 1,011.20 

MacLean Hunter Publishing 

Co 1,460.24 

McLean Service and 

Construction Ltd 90,514.39 

MacLeod, B 1,319.90 

MacLeod, N. J 500.00 

MacLeod, R. A., Ltd 565.51 

MacLeod’s Ltd 4,023.80 

MacMillan, A 629.00 

MacMillian and Bloedel Sales 

Alberta Ltd 6,432.40 

MacMillan, Bloedel and 

Powell River (Alberta) Ltd. 252,276.78 
MacMillan Co. of Canada, 

The 185,729.56 

MacRae, P. D 1,395.00 

Me and Me Trading Co. Ltd. 51,733.50 

McAinsh and Co. Ltd 4,492.23 

McAllister Construction 38,039.72 

McApline, Dr. D. G 505.75 

McAra, J. D., Ltd 1,392.83 

McArthur Construction and 

Equipment Co 3,646.00 

McAuliffe, M. L 893.00 

McAvity, T., and Son 

Western Ltd 1,905.41 

McBain Camera Specialty Ltd. 4,556.06 

McBain, A., Lumber Co. Ltd. 5,949.71 

McBean, D 723.75 

McBee Co. Ltd 3,910.97 

McBrine Co. Ltd., The 1,324.47 

McCabe Grain Co. Ltd 8,463.62 

McCann, M 1,566.39 

McCarroll, R 576.00 

McCarten, Dr. A. B 13,043.25 

McCarten, J. P 2,299.50 

McCarty, F. V 559.50 

McCauley, B 1,312.25 

McCauley, F. J. 1,164.85 

McCauley Drilling Co. Ltd. 1,004.50 

McClaren, C 528.00 

McClarty, C. W 1,516.50 

McComb, Ed 2,419.79 

McConnell, Eastman and Co. 

Ltd 63,644.80 

McCormick’s Ltd 747.81 

McCoy, G 800.10 

McCoy Brothers 2,168.14 

McCready Products Ltd 5,502.19 

McCulla, J. W 2,680.00 

McCulloch, Dr. C. F 2,962.05 

McCulloch Co. of Canada 

Ltd 4,328.51 

McCullough, W 578.90 

McCullough Tool Co 1,239.75 

McCulloughs Trucking 3,357.00 

McCusker, J 5,900.00 

McCusker, P 1,395.30 

McCutcheon, Dr. J. D. 1,205.50 

McCutcheon, R., Ltd 4,151.00 

McDermand, A 847.00 

McDermid Studios Ltd 2,964.85 

McDermott Hardware Ltd 2,599.68 

McDonald, G. A 789.50 

McDonald, M 878.40 

McDonald, R. D 27,500.00 

McDonald, J. B., and Son .... 950.00 

McDonald’s Hardware 817.76 

McDonell, H. A 742.60 

McDowall, H 1,623.00 

McDowell, J., Sales Ltd 1,346.60 

McEachern, G. D 504.10 

McEachern, J 3,992.00 

McEwen, J. 538.60 

McFadden, Dr. K. A 753.75 

McFarland -Lewis Clinic 19,795.80 

McGavin Ltd 11,565.34 

McGillis, I. J 618.20 

McGinn, D. D. and M. A. 2,440.56 

McGinnis, E 841.02 

McGinnis, Dr. J. A 668.00 

McGinnis, R. J. 841.50 

McGonigal, E 1,054.00 

McGowan, Dr. J. E 1,470.00 

McGrandle Construction Ltd. 8,521.00 

McGraw Hill Book Co 56,125.06 


Name Amount 

McGregor, I 0 1,091.25 

McGuire, J. W 602.80 

Mclnerney, M. F 1,800.00 

Mclnnes, S 618.00 

Mclnnis Holloway Ltd. 620.00 

McKay, B 666.95 

McKay, J. M 720.46 

McKay, W. A 890.85 

McKay Bros 710.16 

McKay's 967.37 

McKeague, J 1,622.00 

McKee, T 894.75 

McKeekin, L 607.50 

McKeigue, P. 701.19 

McKenna, B 1,467.90 

McKenna, H 732.00 

McKenzie, L. J 520.50 

McKenzie, R. A 1,119.00 

McKenzie, R. D 1,027.90 

McKenzie, W. J 900.00 

McKenzie-McCaughan 

Wholesale Ltd 4,512.38 

McKenzie-Stephenson Ltd 1,389.23 

McKernan, C. B 1,094.65 

McKevitt, A 922.50 

McKinlay, J 1,723.30 

McKinley and Taylor 1,374.56 

McKoen, J. A 665.19 

McLaren, J 1,579.54 

McLaughlin, D. S 640.06 

McLaughlin and Wales 500.00 

McLean. J 586.00 

McLean, J. A 1,086.85 

McLean, J. L 1,347.77 

McLean, L. G 2,092.70 

McLean, M. A 617.00 

McLean, W. J. 900.00 

McLean Merchandise Sales 

Ltd 3,248.30 

McLean Transfer 1,521.01 

McLennan, A. C 9,720.00 

McLennan Clinic 584.00 

McLennan Meat Market 589.73 

McLennan’s General Store .... 544.99 

McLeod, G. E 691.15 

McLeod, R 789.53 

McLeod, W. J 712.24 

McLeod, G. C., and Co. Ltd. 11,635.65 

McLeod, G. J., Ltd 5,945.36 

McLeod, M. N. and M. E. .. 3,030.21 

McLeod Mercantile 1,593.29 

McLeod River Tourist 

Services Ltd 6,704.26 

McLevin, H., and Son 4,002.33 

McLevin Bros. Auto Electric 

Ltd 7,634.71 

McMahon, W. G., Ltd 24,698.41 

McManus, Dr. F. R 2,616.95 

McMartin, M 2,405.30 

McMeekin, R. L 4,325.50 

McMillan, Dr. D. W 798.00 

McMillan, V 547.50 

McMillan and Horsman 810.00 

McMillan Mercantile Ltd 705.75 

McMurray Air Service 11,706.38 

McMurray Garage 3,067.44 

McMurray Light and Power 

Co. Ltd 1,040.37 

McNalley, H 560.00 

McNally, J. R 560.65 

McNamara Construction 

Equipment Ltd 8,246.28 

McNary, L 820.80 

McNaughton, J. R 1,445.50 

McNaughton, N. H 512.60 

McNeely, A 823.00 

McNeil, Dr. D. L 1,300.00 

McPhail, L. H 544.50 

McPherson and Thom 

(Alberta) Ltd 612.08 

McQuade, D 3,266.80 

McQueen, C 540.00 

McQueen, M 547.50 

McRae, D. H 950.50 

McRae, H 11,754.00 

McRae and Associates 

Construction Ltd 54,669.15 

McRae, H., Equipment Co. 

Ltd 29,656.10 


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STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Name Amount 

McRae’s Mercantile Co. Ltd. $ 7,557.38 

McReavey, B. P 1,211.70 

McRee, S 1,925.00 

McRee, T 3,209.70 

McRee, Z 529.75 

McRobbie, G 2.083.33 

McTaggart, Dr. A. N 1,355.50 

McTavish, M 901.00 

McTighe, P. C 645.64 


$ 1,513,438.24 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 
aggregate 62,737.06 


Total: Section: "Mac” 

and "Me” $ 1,576,175.30 


M. and B. Contractors Ltd. . $ 1,910.00 

M. and L. Testing Equipment 

Co. Ltd 1,090.95 

M. and M. Food Market 1,094.15 

M. and S. Paving Ltd 126,818.22 

M.E.L. Construction Ltd 625,179.11 

M.E.P.C. Canadian Properties 

Ltd 2,075.00 

M.M. Food Market 839.63 

M.R. Motors Ltd 896.32 

Maaren, W 958.49 

Mabley, J 946.00 

MacBeth, Dr. R. A 594.00 

Machan’s 3,594.80 

Machel, W. E 1,942.50 

Machine Products Corporation 

and B.W. Steel Product .. . 5,080.00 

Mack, G 657.50 

Mack, H 642.45 

Mack, P. L 2,057.79 

Mack and Mann Trucking 

Ltd 604.50 

Mackey, Dr. D. B 1,530.00 

Mackid and MacLaren, Drs. .. 5,703.50 

Mackie’s Concrete Works 112,424.90 

Maclin Motors Ltd 1,964.77 

Mac’s Store 1,047.72 

Madison Storage and Cartage 

Co. Ltd 649.75 

Madsen, F. 713.60 

Madsen, N., Lumber Co 804.83 

Magee, W. N 2,173.00 

Magili, R., Supplies Ltd 550.84 

Magnet Cove Barium 

Corporation Ltd 11,670.51 

Magrath, C. A 1,691.32 

Mah, B 1,219.68 

Mahe, E 1,358.31 

Mahon, Dr. J 1,638.20 

Mailer, S 1,242.23 

Maiier, W. and V 550.00 

Mainline Masonry Ltd 1,727.43 

Mainprize, M. A 540.00 

Mainwood and Dolman, Drs. 694.65 

Maisonneauve, F 1,028.40 

Majeau, E 1,142.76 

Majeau, J 1,852.59 

Majeau, T 1,805.18 

Major Irrigation Ltd 1,719.41 

Makes, J 502.50 

Maksymiw, 0 1,080.00 

Malkin, W. H„ Co. Ltd 2,659.19 

Mallabar Costumer 1,040.83 

Mallet, L. J 1,180.00 

Mallett Constracting Co. Ltd. 11,907.56 

Malloy, M. W 1,284.73 

Maloff, J 896.49 

Mamczasz Bridge Construction 196,833.10 
Mamczasz, C. Construction .. 347,525.29 

Manbro Builders Supplies 

Ltd 17,962.78 

Manca, R 988.24 

Mandryk, J 837.60 

Mandryk, W 1,163.50 

Maney, P., Laboratories 

Canada Ltd 2,661.21 

Manitoba Bridge and 

Engineering Works Ltd 9,678.00 

Manley and Cawsey 1,335.00 

Mann, F. I. B 758.00 


Name Amount 

Mann, L. P., and Co. Ltd $ 25,153.44 

Mann Bros 10,208.43 

Manning, M. M 1,326.60 

Manning-Engleston Lumber 

Co. Ltd 3,389.31 

Manning Motors 894.98 

Mannix Co. Ltd 3,993.50 

Manske, E. R 724.95 

Manton Bros. Ltd 2,162.10 

Mantz, T 941.00 

Maple Leaf Consumers Co-op 

Association Ltd 921.85 

Maple Leaf Plastics Ltd 3,508.24 

Maple Leaf Purity Mills Ltd. 1,038.45 

Marblex Corporation of 

Canada Ltd 3,106.05 

March, C 729.50 

Marchand, A. J 660.20 

Marchand 1 1,395.00 

Marchand, N 1,236.00 

Marchant Calculators Ltd 1,769.70 

Marchuk, S 2,453.25 

Marcinek, S 1,250.00 

Margolus, Dr. B. D 1,200.00 

Mark Hot Inc 7,112.01 

Market Tire 20,749.23 

Marks, H. J., Co. Ltd 6,603.95 

Markwart, M 1,119.00 

Marleau, G. R 637.50 

Marley' Canadian Ltd 1,030.00 

Marose, E 536.95 

Marquardt, H 3,128.50 

Marquis Pastry and Candy 

Shop Ltd 911.55 

Marra, Dr. R. J 3,030.00 

Marra and Son 1,197.27 

Marsh, E. C 559.50 

Marsh, R. E 619.30 

Marsh Instrument and Valve 

Co. Canada Ltd 1,748.54 

Marshall, G. P 1,568.70 

Marshal! and Donlevy 897.39 

Marshall Wells Alberta Co. 

Ltd 767.35 

Marshall Wells of Canada 

Ltd 110,710.56 

Marshall Wells Stores 10,145.01 

Marshalls Book Store Ltd 511.21 

Martel, K 655.85 

Martell, L 660.45 

Marten River Store 3,921.25 

Marten River Trading Co 4,061.10 

Martens Supermarket Ltd 3,373.40 

Martin, A 553.65 

Martin, A. E 683.08 

Martin, F 869.18 

Martin, F. T. H 2,501.00 

Martin, J. A 924.60 

Martin, J. W 2,578.68 

Martin, P 720.90 

Martin, R 666.50 

Martin, T 1,361.00 

Martin, H. S., and Co 530.56 

Martin, H. S. and Son 2,679.71 

Martin, J. G., Ltd 639.24 

Martin Paper Products Ltd. .. 571.35 

Martin, W. C., Plumbing 

and Heating 608.62 

Martin Senour Co. Ltd 4,548.56 

Martineau, P 637.65 

Martineau, S. and Sons 590.70 

Martyn, J 868.95 

Marusiak, M 955.00 

Marvel Hairdressing Schools 3,774.81 

Maschmeyer, E. G 1,337.00 

Maser Lumber Ltd 595.49 

Mashinter, E 973.30 

Masloff Forest Products 6,812.50 

Mason, J. H 710.00 

Mason, Dr. V. T 1,100.00 

Massard, L 641.30 

Massie, A 1,822.05 

Masson, A 1,572.76 

Master Tire Service 942.52 

Masterton, J. M 1,915.00 

Masuda, B. A 568.25 

Matin Productions Ltd 4,515.40 

Materials Testing 

Laboratories Ltd 3,900.32 


Name Amount 

Maternity Hospitalization 

Misc $ 11,360.00 

Matheson, J. F 1,195.30 

Matheson Engineering and 

Construction Ltd 9,665.93 

Matheson of Canada Ltd 1,387.81 

Mathew and Co. Ltd 42,724.30 

Mathiassen, J 2,865.80 

Mathison, S. A., Agencies 

Ltd 39,884.11 

Mitichuk, M 3,036.00 

M;tiisen, A 623.85 

Matisz, P 508.00 

Matras, M. E 1,070.00 

Mattern, A 723.00 

Matthew, C. A 553.51 

Matthys, R. and C. M. L 7,892.80 

Maughan, J. R 1,595.84 

Maxfield, R. 901.00 

Maxwell, G. W 861.60 

Maxwell, R 535.00 

May and Baker Canada Ltd. .. 3,635.75 

Mayer, H 960.00 

Mayfair Food Market 811.30 

Mayhew, B 1,856.70 

Mead-Johnson and Co. of 

Canada Ltd. 1,720.87 

Mead Johnson Laboratories .. 525.00 

Mearon, C 559.50 

Mearon, J 1,249.71 

Mechanics Supply Co 6,791.36 

Medhurst, J 1,200.00 

Medical Arts Clinic 6,085.80 

Medical Centre, Edson 1,823.00 

Medical Centre, Stetter 838.00 

Medical Centre, Ponoka 8,370.90 

Medical Centre, Bonnyville .. 822.00 

Medical Centre Apothecary, 

Calgary 1,481.76 

Medical Dental Pharmacy 654.68 

Medical Supply Association 

Ltd. 520.50 

Medicine Hat Brick and Tile 

Co. Ltd 3,208.82 

Medicine Hat Co-op Ltd 3,479.05 

Meheriuk, J 942.25 

Meheriuk, W 628.40 

Meier, L 3,501.80 

Meier, R 730.15 

Meindersma, W. 1,351.80 

Melenchuk, Dr. J. A 1,610.55 

Meli, L 552.34 

Mellor, Dr. N 580.80 

Mellott, G 1,230.00 

Melnikel, L 7,735.20 

Melnychuk, P 2,531.60 

Melnyk, H. E 573.49 

Melnyk, W 1,043.00 

Mel’s Lumber and Building 

Supplies Ltd 521.00 

Meltzer, Dr. H 2,361.50 

MelviH, R 821.85 

Melvill, W 600.71 

Meneice, A. L 2,394.00 

Menu, P 2,262.50 

Menzies and Herbert Ltd 1,068.00 

Mercer, B 610.00 

Mercer, M 990.05 

Mercier Motors Ltd 3,811.77 

Merck, Sharp and Dohme 8,391.83 

Merco Wholesale Ltd 35,266.94 

Merrell, Wm. S., Co 5,985.40 

Merrell’s Pharmacy 13,501.87 

Metal Craft Co. Ltd 1,331.80 

Metal Fabricators and Roofing 

Ltd 1,829.60 

Metal Fabricators Ltd 4,112.60 

Metalline Sign Industries Ltd. 1,449.00 

Metaplast Supplies Ltd 1,536.66 

Metcalfe, G 1,485.50 

Metcalfe, Dr. j. 0 6,615.00 

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 

Pictures Ltd 691.50 

Metro Motors Ltd 2,803.40 

Metropolitan Printing Co 11,907.27 

Metz, ‘ B 509.20 

Meunier, A 544.00 

Meunier, L 1,599.90 

Meunier Bros., Topland 1,235.00 


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349 


Name 

Meunier Bros, Fort 

Assiniboine $ 

Meyer, I 

Meyer, M 

Michalchuk, M. 

Michaluk, S. 

Michaud, J. H 

Michaud, M 

Michele Drilling and 

Exploration Co. Ltd 

Michener Hill Texaco Service 

Michon, E 

Micro-Tech Laboratories 

Mid West Paper Ltd. 

Mid West Property 

Management Ltd. 

Middlestead, G. S 

Middleton, E 

Middleton, J 

Middleton, J. A 

Midland Coal Mining Co. 

Ltd 

Midland Superior Express 

Ltd 

Midwest Soap and Supplies 

Ltd 

Midwest Surveys Ltd 

Mierau, A 

Mihalik's 

Milburn, P 

Milk River Cattle Co. Ltd. .. 

Millar and Brown Ltd 

Millard, P 

Millarville Rural Electrific- 
ation Association Ltd. 

Miller, A 

Miller, A. W 

Miller, D 

Miller, Dr. M. S 

Miller, P 

Miller, T 

Miller and Widmer 

Miller, A., Construction 

Miller, E., Construction Ltd. 

Miller Excavating 

Miller, J. W. and D. G 

Miller Motor Co. Ltd 

Miller Printing Ltd 

Miller Rexall Drugs 

Miller Stationers Ltd 

Miller, F., Trucking and 

Excavating 

Miller’s White Rose Service .. 

Mills, J. E 

Mills Motors Ltd 

Milne and Martin 

Milner. T 

Milos, J 

Mindus, S 

Mine Safety Appliances Co. . 

Miner Rubber Co. Ltd 

Miniats, O. P 

Minnesota Mining and Manu- 
facturing of Canada Ltd. .. 

Misanchuk, E 

Mishio, K 

Miskey, A 

Miskulin, M 

Mitchell, A 

Mitchell, D 

Mitchell, H 

Mitchell, J 

Mitchell, Dr. L. I 

Mitchell, Noakes and Robb, 

Drs 

Mittens Moving and Storage 

Co. Ltd 

Mix, W. B 

Myiauchi, Dr. D. K 

Mobile Augers and Research 

Ltd 

Mock, D 

Mockler, T 

Model Dairies Ltd 

Modern Auto Body Shop 

Modern Auto Service 

Modern College of Business .. 

Modern Electric 

Modern Farm Equipment Ltd. 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 


Modern Glass Works Ltd $ 

3,786.13 

Mueller, J. A $ 

3,500.00 

4,226.00 

Modern Machine Supply 

5,379.15 

Mueller, K 

837.90 

504.20 

Modern Masons 

994.50 

Muir, D. C 

1,183.99 

1,737.00 

Modern Press Ltd 

4,490.46 

Muir, W. T 

1,292.50 

2,980.10 

Modin, L. and A 

650.00 

Mulchay, J. P 

806.50 

524.90 

Moffats, Ltd 

29,805.02 

Muliett, V 

559.50 

3,744.00 

Moffatt, Dr. J. W 

524.00 

Mulligan, G 

617.00 

644.15 

Moisey, Mrs. J 

633.40 

Mulloy, Dr. J. K 

4,599.96 


Molendyk, F. J. and M 

720.00 

Mulloy, Dr. W. H 

992.20 

5,314.10 

Moler System of Schools 

700.00 

Multa Forest Products Ltd. .. 

1 ,057. CO 

1,077.57 

Molsberry Chemical Spray 


Muma, R 

619.00 

559.50 

524.18 

Co. Ltd 

Monaghan, P. G 

57,982.13 

703.41 

Mumford Medland Ltd 

7,031.88 

58,808.31 

Monagle, E 

Monagle, H. M 

930.00 

1,074.00 

Municipal Districts and 

Counties 

1,171.28 

Monarch Chemicals Ltd 

2,968.52 

Counties: 


1,145.02 

Monarch Lumber Co. Ltd 

15,339.53 

Athabasca No. 12 

246,399.47 

711.95 

Monckton, Dr. G 

1,654.00 

Barrhead No. 11 

101,297.91 

648.00 

Moncrieff, H. E 

1,028.00 

Beaver No. 9 

154,597.70 

829.17 

Monsen Typographers Inc 

2,986.71 

Forty Mile No. 8 

138,279.32 


Monson, H. L 

5,837.36 

Grande Prairie No. 1 

161,592.40 

565.80 

Montalbetti Bros. Ltd 

589.85 

Lacombe No. 14 

143,483.82 


Montemurro, K 

617.75 

Mountain view No. 17 

219,693.23 

950.60 

Montgomery’s Ltd 

5,342.88 

Newell No. 4 

112,101.55 


Montpetit, B 

1,996.71 

Paintearth No. 18 

587.20 

1,138.02 

Monty’s Grocery 

924.85 

Ponoka No. 3 

152,178.91 

672.30 

Moonen, Wm 

745.51 

Smoky Lake No. 13 

91,083.61 

2,865.00 

Moore, A. R 

532.00 

St. Paul No. 19 

82,968.80 

1,989.84 

Moore, B 

2,923.40 

Stettler No. 6 

166,803.53 

1,007.80 

Moore, E 

500.00 

Strathcona No. 20 

6,682.06 

620.86 

Moore, G 

1,950.00 

Sturgeon No. 15 

164,892.31 

3,073.54 

Moore, M. H. 

1,891.90 

Thorhild No. 7 

102,295.07 

5,824.90 

Moore, B., and Co. Ltd 

Moore Business Forms 

5,168.64 

Vulcan No. 2 

Warner No. 5 

175,241.36 

106,974.95 

11,100.00 

Western Ltd 

6,619.82 

Wetaskiwin No. 10 

148,042.32 

866.50 

Moore Construction Ltd 

11,357.50 

Wheatland No. 16 

160,058.56 

1,183.00 

Moore Printing Co. Ltd 

2,011.38 

Municipal Districts: 


20,797.00 

Moore’s Food Market 

1,470.60 

Acadia No. 34 

22,536.27 

530.00 

Moose Creek Lumber Co 

3,742.68 

Bonnyville No. 87 

87,310.72 

1,189.30 

Moostoos, P 

618.00 

Camrose No. 63 

163,636.22 

950.60 

Moran Frozen Food Locker .... 

1,055.36 

Cardston No. 6 

83,384.84 

2,257.94 

Moreau, Dr. J. P 

2,198.50 

Eagle No. 81 

123,436.51 

1,834.00 

Moren, A. M. 

Mores, Dr. G. P 

686.44 

Fairview No. 136 

40,563.82 

2,975.60 

9,736.69 

Flagstaff No. 62 

252,764.92 

1,638.85 

Morgan, Dr. John, Lethbridge 

798.90 

Foothills No. 31 

128,276.05 

2,787.00 

Morgan, Dr. John, Calgary .. 

549.75 

Kneehill No. 48 

185,692.45 

5,745.41 

Morgan, K 

758.00 

Lac St. Anne No. 93 

132,300.66 

3,591.55 

Morgan, T. H., Ltd 

669.51 

Lacombe No. 64 

516.00 

1,063.68 

Moritz Masonry Ceramic Tile 

616.60 

Lamont No. 82 

115,362.57 

116,649.63 

Morley, T 

502.00 

Leduc No. 75 

193,904 .87 


Moro Machine Co 

2,171.42 

Lethbridge No. 25 

138,373.09 

5,193.00 

Moroz, J 

723.00 

Minburn No. 72 

141,027.68 

923.75 

Morozewich, M 

656.40 

Mountain View No. 49 .... 

660.00 

819.00 

Morrell, B 

995.75 

Paintearth No. 53 

113,356.68 

1,592.73 

Morrison, Dr. J. R 

528.00 

Peace No. 135 

30,650.81 

2,689.70 

Morrison, L. A 

540.00 

Pincher Creek No. 9 

93,150.93 

627.50 

Morrison, L 

1,453.50 

Provost No. 52 

107,131.81 

821.00 

Morrison, W. D 

1,498.77 

Red Deer No. 55 

236,178.03 

1,487.69 

Morrison and Wilburn 

3,389.45 

Rocky View No. 44 

170,874.57 

3,561.44 

Morrison Publishing Co 

617.74 

Smoky River No. 13 

73,842.07 

4,284.44 

Morrison’s Store 

1,303.79 

Spirit River No. 133 

30,722.10 

2,167.50 

Morton, Dr. G. K 

4,902.00 

St. Paul No. 86 

39,128.28 


Morton, L. M 

2,009.92 

Starland No. 47 

150,163.72 

81,553.06 

Morton, Wells H., and Co. 

Stony Plain No. 84 

169,258.87 

570.45 

Ltd 

535.64 

Strathcona No. 83 

147,482.41 

831.81 

Moruzzi, F. J 

614.65 

Taber No. 14 

120,022.74 

609.85 

Moscovich, Dr. F 

1,872.00 

Vermilion River No. 71 .... 

169,673.72 

985.42 

Moscrip, L 

528.95 

Wainwright No. 61 

Westlock No. 92 

281,031.05 

2,473.40 

Moser, J 

858.85 

151,633.82 

3,060.10 

Mosler Taylor Sales Ltd 

36,865.58 

Willow Creek No. 26 

137,799.66 

618.00 

Moss, D 

723.00 

Municipal Police Trainee 


687.65 

Moss Enterprises 

891.57 

Expenses 

21,176.29 

4,085.00 

Mosser, G 

559.50 

Munro, J. H 

1,236.00 


Mosser, Y 

1,341.00 

Munroe, C 

525.90 

1,322.00 

Mostowich, S 

2,904.00 

Munroe, Mrs. C 

1,048.60 

724.30 

Motion Picture Centre 

Motor Car Supply Co. of 

9,258.33 

Muntz, O 

Murphy Laboratories Western 

1,380.00 

1,261.40 

Canada 

39,508.97 

Ltd 

3,186.43 

2,285.00 

Motordrome Service 

513.25 

Murray, A 

1,111.00 


Mottus, W., Machine Shop .. 

590.75 

Murray, J. B 

829.17 

974.75 

Moulson, J. A. Construction 


Murray, R. A 

7,119.09 

1,610.90 

Ltd 

745,659.97 

Murray-Brantford Ltd. 

8,482.85 

671.40 

Mount Royal College 

896.80 

Murray's Radiator Service .... 

585.00 

6,658.00 

Mountview Meats 

2,690.24 

Musson Book Co. Ltd 

10,043.43 

520.85 

Mouseau, Dr. L. P 

5,232.00 

Muttart Builders Supplies 


760.51 

Mowatt and Moore Ltd 

2,178.29 

Ltd 

1,772.05 

2,324.00 

Moyer Vico Ltd. 

4,542.49 

12,531.80 

Muttitt, G 

500.00 

537.71 

Mrochuk, F. M 

Mutual Propane Ltd 

4,874.20 

665.89 

Mueller, J 

1,081.00 

Mutual Supplies Ltd 

1,674.71 


350 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name 

Amount 

Mutzeneek, W. D # 520.71 

Myatt, F 

1,486.40 

Myers, A 

1,043.00 

Myers, B. L. 

895.00 

Myers, K. G., 

Construction 

Ltd 

62,26 6.86 

Myler, D 

3,702.50 

Myles, S. T. 

561.00 

Mylymuk’s, J. 

, General Store 954.00 

Myshak, W. L 810.86 

Myszchuk, S. 

5,434.00 

Mytton, J. S. 

5,484.00 


#10,512,744.30 

Sundry Accts. 

under #500.00 

aggregate 

121,977.03 

Total: 

Section "M” . #10,634,721.33 


N. and K. Asphalt Paving 


Ltd •# 

11,498.83 

Nabob Food Products Ltd. 

37,582.14 

Nadon Paving Ltd 

78,006.37 

Nagy, A 

1,252.55 

Nagy, L 

2,870.00 

Nagy, D. and M. 

540.00 

Nahayowski, P. 

Namepi Mutual Telephone 

2,225.80 

698.99 

Co. Ltd 

Nanton Farm Sales Ltd 

1,333.88 

Nasby, R 

Nash, L 

National Band and Tag Co. 

National Bundle Tyer Co 

National Cash Register Co. 

1,492.00 

1,521.90 

1,005.48 

1,136.33 

22,330.28 

of Canada Ltd 

National Home Furnishers 


Co. Ltd 

14,945.14 

Nattall and Maloney Ltd 

50,462.97 

Nattrass, Q. B 

2,212.55 

NCG Canada Ltd 

8,473.06 

Neale, R. W 

3,036.60 

Neff, G 

1,378.80 

Neilson, Wm., Ltd 

935.87 

Neiman, G 

8,157.00 

Nelson, A 

1,642.61 

Nelson, C 

695.42 

Nelson, Dr. J. C 

1,445.00 

Nelson, J. C 

535.00 

Nelson, K 

521.00 

Nelson, R 

2,065.00 

Nelson, T 

723.00 

Nelson, Thos., and Sons 

152,038.41 

Nelson Foster and Scott Ltd. 

3,448.39 

Nelson Lumber Co. Ltd 

57,890.98 

Nelson, J. D., Radiator 


Company 

1,916.74 

Nelsons Plumbing and 


Heating 

573.17 

Nesdoly, J. F 

1,104.89 

Ness Dairy 

6,679.60 

Netherlands Investment Co. 


of Canada 

903.00 

Neufeld, F., Contracting Ltd. 

21,211.62 

Neveu, F 

1,708.00 

New Brunswick Scientific Co. 


Inc 

683.60 

New Fairview Bakery 

677.82 

New Moon Cafe 

879.68 

New West Construction Co. 


Ltd 

333,027.01 

Newcastle Flats Grocery 

4,629.60 

Newcombe L. L 

670.04 

Newhouse Wholesale Ltd 

3,182.42 

Newman, E 

769.45 

Newman, R 

1,633.20 

Ngo, W 

553.50 

Niagara Brand Chemicals .. . 

6,025.50 

Nicholls, B 

566.00 

Nicholls, M 

3,624.51 

Nichols, L. W 

706.50 

Nicholson, R. A., Ltd 

621.45 

Nicks, E 

549.44 

Nick’s Truck Service 

3,420.33 

Nick’s Trucking 

3,611.73 

Nicoll, R. A 

513.75 

Niedersteiner, E 

544.60 


Name Amount 

Nielsen, I # 3,234.72 

Nielsen, P 942.20 

Nielson, V. R 2,700.00 

Nieman, G 2,548.67 

Niesen, J 1,777.10 

Nihill, W. C 518.00 

Nijhoff, M 518.50 

Nikiforuk, E. J 592.20 

Ni'.sen, N., Construction Ltd. 41,002.92 

Nilsson, D 1,708.74 

Nilsson, P. H 1,485.00 

Nilsson Bros. Ltd 1,354.50 

Nimchuk, P. V 507.50 

Nimko, D 1,566.00 

Nimsick, A. K 545.11 

Nixon, Dr. J. R 3,896.00 

No ikes, Dr. J. A 5,206.75 

Nobert, R. G 1,055.15 

Nobes, L. T 879.50 

Nodwell Bros 356,355.70 

Noel and Blanchette 24,999.73 

Norby Bros. Construction 

Ltd 902.70 

Norcan Freighter’s Ltd 5,892.50 

Nordheimer Spring Service 

and Wheel Alignment 3,980.25 

Nordin, H. N 1,725.00 

Nordlund Motors 543.37 

Nordvedt Brothers 2,080.00 

Noren Industries Ltd 3,726.96 

Norris Gravel Ltd 15,599.03 

North American Distributors 

Ltd 5,785.87 

North American Road Ltd. .. 211,350.37 

North Drumheller Grocery .... 5,190.45 

North Edmonton Foods Ltd. 1,915.39 

North Hill Store 550.40 

North Peace Transport 788.09 

North Point Coal Co 1,202.05 

North Star Co-op 

Association Ltd 810.00 

North Star Oil Ltd 66,884.13 

North Star Service 865.05 

North West Lumber Sales 

Ltd 8,631.57 

North West Mill and Feed 

Co. Ltd 9,404.26 

North West Wholesale 

Furniture Ltd 124,558.54 

Northern Air Service Co. Ltd. 6,598.63 

Northern Alberta Railway Co. 70,299.18 

Northern Alberta Dairy Pool 78,771.44 

Northern Alberta Telegraphs 2,182.76 

Northern Alberta Jubilee 

Auditorium 4,133.20 

Northern Asbestos and 

Building Supplies Ltd 25,359.91 

Northern Cl Enterprises Ltd. 1,716.68 

Northern Drafting and Blue 

Print Co. Ltd 37,470.99 

Northern Electric Co 100,303.55 

Northern Engine and 

Equipment Co. Ltd 7,401.53 

Northern Glass Ltd 1,013.19 

Northern Hardware 16,493.25 

Northern Hydraulic Services 

Ltd 75,973.40 

Northern Plywoods Ltd 1,351.50 

Northern Potato and 

Vegetable Co. Ltd 1,101.45 

Northern Supply 1,994.81 

Northern Transportation Co. 

Co. Ltd 1,322.72 

Northern Water Supply Co. 2,083.04 

Northey, L. R 2,633.61 

Northey, R 522.50 

Northfield, D 562.50 

Northgate Construction Co. 

Ltd 494,546.73 

Northland Auto Supply Co. 616.66 

Northland Utilities Ltd 62,412.36 

Northwest Drug Co. Ltd 931.77 

Northwest Farm Equipment 

Ltd 1,207.12 

Northwest Industries Ltd 2,483.91 

Northwest Motors Red Deer 

Ltd 5,990.51 

Northwest Pest Control 1,196.50 

Northwest Poly-Rama Ltd 2,153.98 


Name Amount 

Northwest Tent and Awning 

Co # 12,823.40 

Northwestern Utilities Ltd. .. 433,658.97 

Northwood Contractors 5,579.15 

Norton, E., Construction Ltd. 2,781.00 

Norton, R. J., Ltd 3,223.00 

Norwood Foundry Co. Ltd. .. 5,041.71 

Noske, A. and M 728.00 

Notre Dame College 568.00 

Noullett, J 922.49 

Nova Theatres Ltd 1,380.00 

Novodorski, N 1,220.00 

Nuclear Chicago Corporation 8,054.55 

Nugent, C 527.00 

Nunn, B. S. 559.50 

Nuttall and Batting 653.50 

Nystrom, J 522.50 


# 3,289,940.62 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 
aggregate 47,310.16 


Total: Section "N” ..# 3,337,250.78 


O’Brian Lumber Co. Ltd # 501.25 

O’Brien, F. J 6,977.80 

O’Brien, Dr. J. A 1,397.50 

O’Brien, W. T 1,443.95 

O’Brien Planning Mills 3,045.51 

O’Byrne Office Sales Co 2,135.95 

O’Connell Institute 21,397.00 

O’Connor, F 553.50 

O’Donnell, E. E 683.00 

O’Hara, A 651.25 

O.K. Construction and 

Supply Co. Ltd 59,410.92 

O.K. Economy Stores, Ltd., 

The 8,518.24 

O.K. Rubber Welders 1,825.68 

O.K. Tire Store 3,486.10 

O’Keefe, C 637.09 

O’Neil, Dr. A. A 747.60 

O’Neill, R 559.50 

O’Rourke, W. M 1,177.00 

O’Sullivan, Dr. J. G 2,716.40 

O’Sullivan, J 2,030.10 

Oake, G. R., Wholesale Ltd. 103,968.18 
Oakite Products of Canada 

Ltd 1,005.53 

Oberg, H 511.00 

Obermeyer, K. C 1,424.40 

Oberne, R. 616.00 

Oborosky, C 1,257.27 

Odegaard, G 2,152.00 

Odin Construction Ltd 22,303.28 

Oel Bros 1,958.16 

Oelke, W. M 978.80 

Office Assistance Ltd 742.27 

Office Speciality Manufactur- 
ing Co 104,871.38 

Ofrex Canada Ltd 13,303.41 

Ogden, L. M 1,135.00 

Oglivie Five Roses Sales Ltd. 35,416.34 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co. Ltd. 2,775.43 

Oil and Gas Conservation 

Board 744,731.73 

Oil Patch Equipment Sales 

and Rentals Ltd 1,444.63 

Oilund Construction Co. Ltd. 1,075.23 

Oilweek 1,507.75 

Oishi, 1 559.50 

Okanagan Group, The 47,151.63 

Okeefe, J 621.35 

Oko, F 2,003.00 

Olds Associate Clinic 3,279.90 

Olds Farm Equipment 1,230.34 

Olds Feed Mill 884.05 

Olds Transport 567.05 

Olekszyk, D 937.00 

Oliver, R 636.00 

Oliver Chemical Co. Ltd 6,111.27 

Oliver, J. B., Funeral Home 890.80 

Oliver Industrial Supply 1,028.39 

Oliwa, J 4,165.70 

Olmstead, R. A 738.60 

Olmsted, A 633.00 

Olmsted, S 620.18 


CASH PAYMENTS 


351 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

Olsen, Dr. C. W 8 1,038.00 

Olsen, K. Plaster Contracting 617.90 

Olson, C. F 1,180.00 

Olson, D 590.30 

Olson, G 1,200.00 

Olson, H. M 4,095.26 

Olson, J. G 1,559.50 

Olson, W 2,970.00 

Olson, H. M., and Sons 665.62 

Olson, A., Contractors Ltd. 8,100.25 

Ontario Beauty Supply Co. 

Ltd 850.02 

Ontario Cleaners and Laundry 2,599.16 

Ontario School for the Blind 11,198.60 

Ontario Tobacco Co. Ltd 13,990.00 

Onushko, M 1,088.50 

Ophus, E 784.00 

Oppelt, H. R. and Co. Ltd. . 1,925.04 

Optical Prescription Co 4,631.30 

Orlando, L 914.65 

Orlick Transport 991.52 

Ormac Equipment Supply 

Ltd 1,364.51 

Orom, H. B 1,127.70 

Orriss, D 610.50 

Ortholf, B 1,466.00 

Orwold, C 6,507.60 

Osadchuk, R 687.00 

Osborn, F. E 1,930.70 

Osborne, T. S 1,358.20 

Oshaughnessy, J. 1,354.40 

Oshiro and Backman, Drs 1,339.60 

Oshkosh Filter and Softener 

Co. Canada Ltd 5,823.64 

Osier Hammond and Nanton 

Ltd 44,256.06 

Oslie, M 2,138.65 

Ostrander, A. B. Dr 1,361.00 

Ostrom, 1 656.15 

Ostry, Dr. E. 1 2,119.00 

Oszust, K 1,108.50 

Otis Elevator Co. Ltd 148,066.97 

Ottawa Mutual Telephone 

Co 1,187.50 

Overguard, J. C 802.75 

Overhead Door Sales Ltd 527.57 

Oviatt, E. W 7,590.00 

Owchar, M. W 1,175.00 

Owchar, W 1,110.00 

Owen Distributing 2,100.22 

Oxenbury, C., Dispensing 

Optician 776.33 

Oxford Machine and Welding 

Co. Ltd 2,182.07 

Oxford University Press 30,549.95 

Oxner, J 576.60 

Oyen Transport 6,518.66 

Ozust, W 637.80 


8 1,575,131.14 

Sundry Accts. under 8500.00 
aggregate 30,847.45 


Total: Section "O” 1,605,978.59 


P. and D. Steel Building and 

Construction Materials 8 870.50 

P.W. Box Mill 1,873.70 

Pacific Milk 977.00 

Pacific Petroleums Ltd 172,323.68 

Pacific Press Ltd 2,044.10 

Pacific Tractor and 

Equipment Ltd 4,502.90 

Pacific Western Airlines 

(1956) Ltd 159,111.26 

Paddon Hughes Development 

Co. Ltd 5,767.48 

Page, Hon. J. P 5,650.00 

Page, M. H 723.30 

Pahal, H 910.55 

Pahl, A. A 3,241.07 

Pahl, A 1,390.70 

Paik, G 836.50 

Paletz, Dr. S. G 5,176.60 

Pallister Turf Irrigation Ltd. 20,523.51 

Palm Dairies 27,790.72 

Palmer, C. A 1,118.55 


Name Amount 

Palmer, Dr. G. R. C 8 1,370.40 

Palmer Optical Supply Ltd. .. 1,705.70 

Panar, D 2,700.00 

Paniak, J. F 2,514.90 

Pankey, H 1,963.80 

Panko, D 515.00 

Pannenbecker, B 901.00 

Papineau, D 793.00 

Paplinski, M 684.90 

Paplinski, N 755.40 

Papp, J 581.20 

Pappas, M 903.40 

Papp’s Truck Service 1,980.25 

Paramount Industries Ltd 1,479.23 

Paramount Printers 2,449.26 

Paranich, J 1,144.20 

Paranych, A., Chipman 3,157.50 

Paranych, A.. Atmore 1,842.50 

Pardee Equipment Co. Ltd. 29,884.81 

Pare, L 955.20 

Parge, W. L 586.20 

Paris Playground Equipment 

Ltd 2,270.93 

Park, E 825.75 

Park, H 663.87 

Park Bros. Ltd 43,639.04 

Park Dale Funeral Home 767.00 

Park Hanneson Ltd 2,564.27 

Park Memorial Funeral Home 1,780.00 

Parke Davis Co 6,981.17 

Parker, H., Lethbridge 671.70 

Parker, H 695.00 

Parker, R. J 1,190.17 

Parker’s Machine Shop 717.19 

Parkins Construction Ltd 6,450.00 

Parkland Equipment 1,806.36 

Parkland Motors 879.26 

Parranto, E 514.45 

Parry, G. H 629.00 

Parry, J. H 2,067.00 

Parry’s Pharmacy 608.19 

Parsons, Dr. R. M 1,706.40 

Parsons Clinic 16,579.65 

Part, W. H 1,096.70 

Pashko, A 588.00 

Patent Chemicals Inc. 69,201.79 

Paterson, G. E 607.50 

Pathe Deluxe of Canada Ltd. 892.32 

Patmore, M 1,492.54 

Patrick, D 1,177.90 

Patry’s Bakery 744.80 

Patterson, G. A 817.53 

Patterson, J. B 634.92 

Patterson, J. H 544.40 

Patterson, Patterson and 

Shelton 1,239.72 

Pattison, E 1,060.10 

Pauley, F 3,267.70 

Paulgaard, A. R. 1,140.00 

Paulin Chambers Co. Ltd 1,406.27 

Paul’s Meat Market 1,162.26 

Paulson, L. M 896.00 

Pawliuk, M 754.90 

Pawliuk, N. S., and Son 

Contracting Ltd 23,173.20 

Pawluik, M 608.70 

Pawluk, W 610.55 

Pawlyk, M. J. and J 520.00 

Payonk, C 7,119.00 

Pazder Art Engraving 639.55 

Peace River Auto Body Shop 2,273.95 

Peace River Drug Co. Ltd 605.59 

Peace River Golf Club Co. 

Ltd 2,110.87 

Peace River Meat Company .. 14,753.14 

Peacock, N. A 526.00 

Peacock, T. H 11,471.30 

Peacock Bros. Ltd 28,115.38 

Pearce, M 571.20 

Pearen, R„ Ltd 171,822.10 

Peatman, C 1,404.38 

Pearson, J. D 589.00 

Pearson, S 2,400.00 

Pearsons Garage 529.07 

Peatman, S. E 745.30 

Peden, C. H., Construction .. 955.50 

Pedersen, H. M 558.65 

Pederzolli, G. A 520.00 

Pedlar People Ltd 39,308.96 


Name Amount 

Peerless Wood Preservers Ltd.? 3,059.19 

Pehowich, E. A 1,524.30 

Pelech, G 2,243.15 

Pellerin, F. J 826.20 

Pelzl, A 1,541.80 

Pemberton Roder Construction 

Co. Ltd 6,035.00 

Penlington, I. 1,881.60 

Pennington, R 953.10 

Pepich, A 852.00 

Pepper, J 628.75 

Pepper Lake Construction 3,248.00 

Pepsi-Cola 1,356.60 

Perdue, M 618.23 

Peregrym, P. and W 5,623.00 

Perforating Guns of Canada 

Ltd 825.75 

Perini Western Ltd 194,462.29 

Perkin Elmer Corporation 15,585.00 

Perma Tubes Ltd 6,680.30 

Permasteel Alberta Ltd 69,382.15 

Perras, J 648.00 

Perras, M. R 505.75 

Perreault, C 737.10 

Perrier, M 1,533.20 

Perron, H 5,021.00 

Perry Brick and Title Co. 

Ltd 1,288.23 

Pesco Exterminators 2,277.75 

Peters, M. H. F 2,845.60 

Peter’s Service Station 516.52 

Petersen, H. R 558.00 

Petersen, J. P 2,673.00 

Peterson, A. S 1,110.00 

Peterson, C 858.55 

Peterson, D. C 1,612.00 

Peterson, E 535.47 

Peterson, E. F 1,281.60 

Peterson, M 1,308.00 

Peterson, M. D 2,208.00 

Petersen, P. G 1,036.10 

Peterson, R. V 1,219.40 

Peterson, Wm 1,303.20 

Peterson and Cowan Elevator 

Co. Ltd 97,205.21 

Petkus, M 1,488.16 

Petrie, N 523.00 

Petroleum Rubber Ltd 13,665.47 

Petryshen, B. E 952.20 

Pettigrew, W. J 1,925.70 

Pettinger, G 1,346.29 

Petty Cash: 

Clerk of the Court, 

Lethbridge 757.40 

Clerk of the Court, 

Red Deer 975.00 

Clerk of the Court, 

Wetaskiwin 1,026.41 

Clerk of the Court, 

Calgary 2,500.00 

Clerk of the Court, 

Edmonton 706.62 

Clerk of the Court, 

Medicine Hat 520.00 

Clerk of the Court, 

Vegreville 975.00 

Research Council 3,891.25 

School for the Deaf 836.68 

Pezzot, R 1,619.12 

Pfhal, M 1,141.40 

Pfannmuller, J 1,205.30 

Pfizer Canada Ltd 5,482.48 

Philbrick, G. R 1,051.69 

Philips, G . 720.40 

Philips Electroncs Industries 

Ltd 1,512.61 

Phillips, F 501.00 

Phillips, J. J 588.03 

Phillips, S 2,332.00 

Phillips, V., Consrtuction 

Ltd 612.50 

Phillips Electrical Co. Ltd. .. 1,038.03 

Phoenix Chemicals 995.80 

Phoenix Press Co. Ltd 1,020.67 

Picker X-ray Engineering Ltd. 53,376.77 

Pickrell, V 775.30 

Pierce, D 1,601.09 

Pierce, J 1,362.50 

Pierpoint, J 903.85 


352 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Name Amount 

Pierson, H. C # 680.00 

Pierzchajlo, H 559.50 

Pietsch, E 1,697.65 

Piggott Construction Ltd 13,430.00 

Pike and Co. Ltd 2,299.68 

Pikkert, J 502.00 

Pilkington Glass 5,211.44 

Pillsbury Canada Ltd 4,266.64 

Pincher Creek Co-op 

Association 2,918.04 

Pindroch, R 1,049.80 

Pinecrest Esso Service 656.47 

Pinsky, A 568.20 

Pinto Creek Trucking Ltd 2,937.00 

Pioneer Cafeteria Feeds Ltd. .. 1,977.85 

Pioneer General Store 1,257.82 

Pioneer Machinery Ltd 186,687.37 

Pioneer Motors 1,457.81 

Pioneer Store 729.93 

Pipella, E. S 574.50 

Pipke, E 1,171.00 

Pirzek, L 818.50 

Pisactky, J. H 690.30 

Pisesky, Dr. W 1,683.60 

Pitman and Sons Ltd 5,887.06 

Pitney Bowes of Canada Ltd. 12,902.55 

Pitt, J 7,084.80 

Plains Western Gas and 

Electric Co. Ltd 10,138.32 

Plambeck, H 1,043.82 

Plamondon, B 833.40 

Plamondon, M 1,004.16 

Plamondon Merctantile Co. .. 2,259.27 

Plashka, J 1,241.52 

Plastiglo Industries Ltd 665.50 

Platt Farms Ltd 1,206.25 

Platten Bros. Construction 

Ltd 291,674.44 

Pleace, V 1,036.90 

Plesuk, V 618.00 

Plett, H 2,105.00 

Plews, W 565.00 

Plomb, W. J 565.00 

Pocatello Supply Depot 1,206.06 

Pochynok, M 732.10 

Podgurney’s Transport Ltd. .. 2,766.50 

Podrunzny, F 975.80 

Poirier, Dr. R 1,024.50 

Poissant, R., Construction 

Ltd 126,340.34 

Poitras, V 1,464.10 

Polard, A 1,366.25 

Polard, F. G 527.00 

Pollard, F 1,439.75 

Polukoshko’s Store 1,276.27 

Polychemical Industries Ltd. .. 2,377.48 

Pomerleau, H 1,207.14 

Pomcrleau, R 2,486.00 

Ponich, P 3,663.60 

Ponoka Cold Storage Ltd 583.05 

Ponoka Feed Service Mill 11,815.73 

Ponoka Herald 558.60 

Ponoka Pharmacy, The 589.62 

Poole, G. D 835.00 

Poole Construction Co 2,428,651.50 

Poole Engineering Co. Ltd. .. 1,121,327.42 

Poole Engineering (1958) 

Ltd., Bothwell Bros. Ltd. 
and Steffler Construction 

Ltd 112,404.00 

Popoff, Y 826.20 

Popular Lumber Co. Ltd 903.70 

Postma, W 658.40 

Postnikoff, M 2,627.69 

Pottery Supply House 628.22 

Potts, R 579.30 

Potvin, E 764.60 

Poulenic Ltd 25,625.75 

Poulette, L 674.70 

Pounder, T. J., and Co. Ltd. 152,956.75 

Povey, W 641.40 

Pow, Dr. R. E 5,175.70 

Powell, R 532.10 

Power Electric and 

Equipment Co. Ltd 1,399.99 

Pozdzik, J 504.00 

Pozniak, W 1,234.81 

Prairie Business Machine 

Services 616.85 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

Pratt, F. W # 3,522.60 

Precision Glass Co 659.73 

Precision Machine and 

Equipment Ltd 118,000.05 

Prefontaine, L. A 1,439.40 

Prelusky, S 1,167.80 

Premier Cycle and Sports 

Calgary) Ltd 839.64 

Premier Industrial Ltd 6,447.23 

PremierTaundry Ltd 773.71 

Premier Steel Products Ltd. .. 133,017.71 

Prenioslo, j. and J 1,288.00 

Prentice Hall Inc 6,616.28 

Preston, E 723.00 

Preston Noelting Ltd. 663.80 

Prevost, A 829.17 

Price, E. H., Ltd 17,562.52 

Prier, H. 829.00 

Prill, M 622.56 

Printed Western Ltd 19,165.99 

Primus, C. L 810.47 

Prisoners’ Transportation 14,534.60 

Pritchard, E. A. 793.20 

Pritchard Construction 2,971.30 

Process Issuers Fees 1,282.76 

Procter Concrete Products 

Ltd 6,721.85 

Prodor Construction Co. Ltd. 1,925.00 

Professional Holdings Ltd 750.00 

Progressive Construction Co. 

Ltd 198,351.47 

Propane Engineering Service 1,474.31 

Propp, R. C 920.30 

Proseilo, W 1,508.40 

Prostebby, J 944.55 

Proudfoot, Dr. W. A 548.70 

Provincial Tire and Battery 

Ltd 7,249.54 

Providence Creche 17,683.00 

Providence School 723.90 

Provincial Marketing Board 

of Alberta 5,695.08 

Provincial Treasurer: 

Dept, of Agriculture 111,264 .66 

Attorney General’s Dept. . 145,123.38 

Dept, of Education 598,150.30 

Dept, of Health 1,382,275.10 

Dept, of Highways 7,074,965.26 

Dept, of Industry and 

Development 5,104.75 

Dept, of Labour 20,404.42 

Dept, of Lands and Forests 40,576.51 

Dept, of Municipal Affairs 324,298.98 

Dept, of Provincial 

Secretary 59,499.46 

Dept, of Public Welfare .... 115,625.45 

Dept, of Public Works 833,486.37 

Dept, of Treasury 2,573,354.46 

Vocational Training 46,954.37 

Apprenticeship Transporta- 
tion Trust Account 35,494.99 

Fairview School and Farm 

Trust Account 820.86 

Farm Purchase Assurance 

Fund Trust Account 18,043.77 

Farm Purchase Revolving 

Fund 2,400,000.00 

Forage Seed Trust 52,433.18 

General Trust Account 2,258.28 

Government Garage 209,985.32 

Horned Cattle Trust 

Account 2,694.00 

Inmate Pay Trust Account 19,065.75 

Metis Betterment Trust 

Account 14,542.90 

Miscellaneous Interest 784,160.79 

Provincial Training School 147,369.76 
Research Council of Alberta 55,204.00 

Rural Telephones Revolving 

Fund Act 390,000.00 

School Foundation Program 

Fund 37,700,912.00 

Students Loan Trust Fund 536,000.00 
Treasury Branches 

Insurance Fund 12,000.00 

Pruden, F. L 15,284.53 

Prudham Building Supplies 

Ltd 20,214.07 

Prystawski, Wm 827.25 


Name Amount 

Psycan # 4,725.04 

Psychological Corporation .... 1,330.97 

Ptashnyk, N 543.00 

Ptasznyk, M 1,638.40 

Public Relations Services Ltd. 5,120.76 

Pubchalski, S 609.50 

Puhalsky, M 1,574.97 

Pulishe, M 1,587.50 

Pumps and Softeners Ltd 6,280.52 

Purdue Frederick Co. Canada 

Ltd 879.73 

Purdy, G 1,632.99 

Purity 99 Service Station 1,071.84 

Purity Dairy 1,778.65 

Purnell, S. G 1,437.40 

Purves Ritchie Ltd 18,127.83 

Putzi, J 2,178.57 

Pyramid Dry Mix Ltd 6,341.62 

Q.V.F. Glass (Canada) Ltd. 2,350.00 

Quaghebeur, Y. M 571.90 

Quaker Oats Co 526.10 

Quality Market 516.91 

Quality Steel Foundries Ltd. 10,645.90 

Quality Store 1,140.23 

Quality Tire and Battery 

Exchange Ltd 7,201.57 

Quarry, S. M 1,545.15 

Quast, J 526.30 

Quast, J. A 1,177.89 

Queen’s Printer 1,144,815.00 

Quehl, Dr. E. B 650.50 

Quigley, C. A 562.50 

Quinlan, J. W 523.80 

Quinton, H. R 560.10 

Quirk, M. 1 912.33 


#63,679,061.99 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 
aggregate 108,082.23 


Total: Section "PQ” ..#63,787,144.22 


R.A.H. Anesthesiologists # 18,290.70 

R. and H. Construction 15,289.25 

R. and L. Marine Ltd. 1,569.55 

R.B. Construction Ltd 3,092.25 

Rabchak, J 935.00 

Rachar, D 1,565.00 

Radawetz, M 571.50 

Radcliffe, A 1,262.40 

Railway and Power Engineer- 
ing Corporation Ltd 5,821.41 

Rainbow Theatre Ltd 2,160.00 

Raine, M. C 731.25 

Rains, E 901.40 

Rainy Creek Mutual 

Telephone Co 2,586.95 

Rakievich, W 2,749.95 

Ralston, D 1,930.00 

Ralston, F. W 972.00 

Ramchuk, E 787.10 

Rampling, G. C. 1,270.50 

Ramsay, Dr. D. W 1,325.00 

Ranble, E 5,782.80 

Randlesome, Dr. A. G. C 1,945.10 

Randmar Platens and Parts 

Ltd 1,364.89 

Randolph, R. L 2,600.10 

Random House of Canada 

Ltd 5,104.13 

Rankin, A. C 736.60 

Rankin, H. W 501.64 

Rankine, A 618.00 

Ransom, R 901.00 

Ranson, Dr. A. L 1,804.20 

Rapier, Dr. D. O. C 3,000.00 

Rasmussen, B. 506.00 

Rasmussen, E. R 4,024.00 

Rat Creek Construction Ltd. .. 2,163.00 

Ratigan, F 788.40 

Raven Display Co. Ltd 889.31 

Rawleigh Building Ltd 34,635.00 

Raymond Bake Shop 876.58 

Raymond Magrath Clinic 1,662.60 

Raymond Mercantile Co 757.46 

Reach and Co. Ltd 740.58 

Read, Dr. P. A 868.50 


CASH PAYMENTS 


353 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

Read, R. A $ 601.75 

Read, V 769.44 

Reade, G 1,234.89 

Reardon, J. F 1,278.55 

Reay, 1 1,543.50 

Reay, J 1,603.28 

Reckitt and Coleman Canada 

Ltd 3,589.12 

Recordak of Canada Ltd 3,846.21 

Red and White Stores 25,364.45 

Red Cap Dairy 3,308.76 

Red Deer Advocate 1,411.87 

Red Deer Co-op Ltd 1,587.44 

Red Deer Hardware 804.66 

Red Deer Lock and Key Shop 647.23 

Red Deer Motors Canada Ltd. 6,356.13 

Red Deer Mutual Telephone 

Co. Ltd 2,928.84 

Red Deer Seed Co. Ltd 6,596.10 

Red Deer Tire Services Ltd. . 796.64 

Red Deer Transport 536.45 

Red Earth Transport Ltd 2,081.08 

Red Head Service 1,745.83 

Red Line Implements 1,545.41 

Red Owl Foods 918.90 

Redcliff Pressed Brick Co 683.19 

Reddon, E 1,080.00 

Redeker, J 1,748.60 

Redel, J. C 1,345.00 

Redelback, F 8,985.00 

Redwater Cats Ltd 1,932.25 

Reem, C. W 5,214.00 

Rees, Dr. D. L 555.00 

Reeson, M. L., and Co. Ltd. 2,175.00 

Reeves and Sons Canada Ltd. 2,709.65 

Refunds Various 155,233.47 

Regan, W 704.50 

Regehr, K 522.50 

Reggin Roofing and Metal 

Works 2,791.02 

Regimbald, L 1,489.70 

Regiscope Services Alberta 

Ltd 5,727.00 

Rehabilitation Society of 

Calgary 776.00 

Rehn, J 2,124.74 

Rehn Cartage Ltd 3,297.09 

Reid, A. R 549.50 

Reid, J 735.20 

Reid, L 3,604.50 

Reid, W. C 680.95 

Reimer, W. L 6,168.50 

Reine Store, M 662.00 

Reliable Printing Co. Ltd 17,263.38 

Reliance Chemicals Ltd 1,159.50 

Reliance Storage and Cartage 

Co. Ltd 6,889.44 

Reliance Welding Works 23,031.90 

Remington Construction Co. 

Ltd 26,113.53 

Remington Rand Ltd 58,647.51 

Remissions Various 8,510.33 

Remnant Sales Edmonton Ltd. 5,885.89 

Rempel, A 2,140.50 

Rempel, R 7,295.40 

Rempel, W 5,055.00 

Rempel, R. and R 873.00 

Remple, R 510.00 

Renaud and Casey Hardware 591.78 

Rendleman, M. B 841.20 

Renfrew Motors Ltd 17,515.18 

Renner, T. 0 805.00 

Renouf, J 1,129.40 

Renouf Publishing Co 562.37 

Renown Electric and 

Equipment 1,278.60 

Renspie, E. F. 717.86 

Ressler Motors Ltd 660.32 

Rest Haven Bradley’s Nursing 

Home 3,792.20 

Restad, E 1,565.00 

Restau, D. D 619.00 

Revelstoke Building Materials 

Ltd 32,824.25 

Revelstoke Sawmills Co. Ltd. 27,210.59 

Rex Cafe 1,122.86 

Rexall Store 532.26 

Reynolds Manufacturing 41,397.44 

Rezac, M 1,119.00 


Name Amount 

Rheaume, L. B $ 617.80 

Rhein, R 35,057.62 

Rhine, G 1,064.00 

Rhodes, G 831.10 

Ricard, B. E 568.25 

Rice, G. R. A 703.80 

Rice and Trimble Ltd 1,083.68 

Richard, Dr. H. L 1,978.50 

Richards, M 894.00 

Richards, S. 674.30 

Richards, V 559.50 

Richards and Berretti 9,000.00 

Richards Lumber and Cabinet 998.90 

Richard’s Store 2,310.00 

Richards-Wilcox Canadian 

Co. Ltd 9,290.99 

Richardson, C. D 2,099.98 

Richardson, P 8,311.50 

Richardson, J., and Sons 9,364.93 

Richardson Road Machinery .. 653.71 

Ridley, H. G 556.80 

Riedel, M. E 1,428.42 

Rigakis, S 512.30 

Rihtaric, 1 570.00 

Riley’s Reproduction Co. Ltd. 21,063.01 

Rimstad, R 861.70 

Ring, R 726.00 

Rio Vista Garage 2,861.80 

Rioux, L 738.39 

Risa, H 617.39 

Risby, E 618.00 

Riske, G., and Son Ltd 657.39 

Riskin and Margolis, Drs 5,304.00 

Risling, E 1,236.00 

Ritchie, Dr. D. C 1.062.00 

Ritz Cafe 1,147.60 

Ritz Hotel Cafe 1,863.50 

Ritzen, Dr. A. A 1,785.00 

Ritzie, M 540.00 

Rivards Store 780.00 

River Bend Ranch Ltd 4,989.20 

Riverdrive Motors Ltd 1,481.68 

Rivers Hotel Cafe 1,142.45 

Riverview Store 1,863.34 

Rix, J. H 1,269.40 

Roadway Industries Ltd 38,695.77 

Robb, Dr. W. A 2,169.00 

Robbins, C 559.50 

Robbins, J. D 1,895.59 

Roberge, E 675.96 

Roberts, D. 1 1,139.00 

Roberts, H. D 1,022.55 

Roberts and Hall Auto Parts 2,685.79 

Robertson, Dr. A. St. Clair .. 1,960.50 

Robertson, B 618.00 

Robertson, G 2,715.00 

Robertson, J. H 607.25 

Robertson-Irwin Ltd 223,797.69 

Robertson Transport 1,139.31 

Robideau, A., Jr 850.50 

Robin Hood Flour Mills 9,096.08 

Robin-Nodwell Manufactur- 
ing Ltd 34,951.83 

Robins, A. H., Co. of 

Canada Ltd. 1,285.71 

Robinson, A. D 915.43 

Robinson, D. W 690.10 

Robinson, J. V 675.00 

Robinson, W 739.22 

Robinson, Little and Co. Ltd. 2,299.9 7 

Robinson Stores, Various 7,055.29 

Robocon, F 1,467.00 

Robocon Brothers 1,355.00 

Robutka, Dr. L. P 797.00 

Rocheleau, T. H 7,595.40 

Rockarts, C 1,566.66 

Rocky Lane General Store 2,523.30 

Rocky Mountain House 

Co-op Ltd 1,768.10 

Rodacker Sales and Service .... 1,317.53 

Rodd, L. A 658.45 

Rodger, R. M 6,412.90 

Roe, W. G., Trane Service 

Agency 770.81 

Roenisch and Roche Agencies 709.94 

Roffey, W. A 1,606.00 

Rogers, B 634.50 

Rogers, J. D 2,713.00 

Rogers, W 580.84 

Rogne, G 40,950.69 


Name Amount 

Rokovetski, M $ 715.00 

Rolls Royce of Canada Ltd. .. 578.62 

Rologg, R. and M 1,453.00 

Roloff Trucking 741.10 

Rolph-Clark-Store Ltd 1,521.00 

Rolson, M 1,143.90 

Rolston, J 610.20 

Romanisson, A 640.40 

Romijn, H 1,201.60 

Rooneseth and Pollock 1,750.00 

Rooke’s General Store 835.66 

Rosco Metal Products Alberta 

Ltd 199,827.75 

Rose, H 1,558.93 

Rose, Dr. P. B 1,324.50 

Rosecrest Home 106,576.50 

Rosen, W 559.13 

Roska, M 6,748.00 

Ross, B 1,193.30 

Ross, J. T 1,221.00 

Ross, W 1,955.45 

Ross, W. S 737.60 

Ross, J. H., and Co 2,244.06 

Ross Drug Store 623.54 

Ross Garage 1,857.45 

Rosson Construction Ltd 11,849.66 

Rosteski, F 1,460.00 

Rostrup and Cameron, Drs. .. 3,509.20 

Roszko Construction 1,361.00 

Roszko Trucking 1,054.75 

Roth, A. F 9,329.00 

Roth, F 663.30 

Roth, G 595.00 

Rothon Radiator and 

Manufacturing Co 510.11 

Rothwell, Dr. W. 0 1,570.50 

Rouse, R. D 2,992.78 

Routh, H. H 1,453.10 

Rovere, R 1,792.15 

Rowell, R 1,761.00 

Rowland, A 553.60 

Rowley, J 602.15 

Roy Clinic 1,962.45 

Royal Bank of Canada 20,501.76 

Royal Cafe 5,141.40 

Royal Fruit Wholesale 690.60 

Royal Metal Manufacturing 

Co. Ltd 1,370.70 

Royal Sand and Gravel 4,130.55 

Royal Trust Co 2,594.80 

Royal Typewriter Co. Ltd 10,556.69 

Royalite Oil Co. Ltd 10,415.08 

Roy’s Confectionary 504.72 

Roy’s General Store 7,386.44 

Rozak, A 535.00 

Rozgo, R 2,150.36 

Rozgo, R. and D 7,306.00 

Rubletz, S 1,237.60 

Rucka, B 1,562.06 

Ruddell, Dr. J 1,469.90 

Rudin, E 523.00 

Rudyk’s Construction and 

Trucking 24,516.50 

Rufiange, G 1,402.93 

Runck, M 679.39 

Runions, H. 956.34 

Runnymede Steel 

Construction Ltd 495,228.00 

Ruschkowski, C 2,032.60 

Rush, J., General Store 841.89 

Rusnak, E 1,042.50 

Russell, C. L 8,071.50 

Russell Food Equipment Ltd. 37,726.77 

Russell’s Decorators 3,422.00 

Rust, W 559.50 

Rutledge, S. E 775.00 

Ryan, J. M 1,189.82 

Ryan, T 708.80 

Rycroft Garage and Hardware 501.22 

Ryerson Press 43,091.09 

Rykes, H. M 1,001.28 

R y I, F 2,046.00 

Ryl’s Construction 2,182.00 


$ 2,356,426.00 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 

aggregate 84,602.83 


Total: Section "R” ....$ 2,441,028.83 


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STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 


S. and R. Gravel ? 

4,220.22 

S. and T. Sales Ltd 

5,393.69 

Saan Stores Ltd 

636.17 

Sabey, Dr. G. C 

2,540.00 

Sabourin, j. L 

1,391.80 

Sabourin, L. M. 

923.65 

Sacker Electronics Co. Ltd. .. 

2,271.91 

Sadee, J 

997.40 

Sadoroszney, I 

560.27 

Safety Supply Co. 

19,491.84 

Sainchuk, N 

657.70 

Sainthill Lavine and Co. Ltd. 

7,070.52 

Saito, Dr. R. 

3,418.10 

Sakowsky, J 

1,262.80 

Salmon, E 

1,309.88 

Salmon, H. A 

5,812.00 

Salmon, R 

559.50 

Salomon Bros, and Hutzler 

149,215.81 

Saluck, W 

757.10 

Salvation Army 

73,049.06 

Samoil, P 

623.52 

Sampert, L 

780.00 

Sampson, C 

1,013.25 

Sanda, S 

7,400.00 

Sande, F. A 

506.40 

Sandilands, Dr. K 

1,072.40 

Sandman, R., Co. Ltd 

803.25 

Sandoz Phamaceuticals 

29,662.25 

Sandul's Transfer 

2,203.97 

Sandy Construction 

Sandy’s Transport 

246,600.52 

574.10 

Sanford Evans and Co. Ltd. . 

1,065.00 

Sanford Oils Ltd 

1,244.47 

Sangudo Creamery Ltd 

814.91 

Sani-Clean Mop Rental 

Service 

3,117.10 

Sanitary Supplies Ltd 

990.56 

Saramaga, M 

544.00 

Sarapuk, A 

3,436.00 

Sarco Canada Ltd 

1,466.54 

Sargent Auto Body Ltd 

992.25 

Sarin Bros 

716.50 

Sarnia Scaffolds Western Ltd. 

3,585.06 

Sarver, B 

Saskatchewan Anti- 

Tuberculosis League 

728.40 

1,458.00 

Saskatchewan Transportation 

Co 

11,304.72 

Saskatoon Star Phoenix Ltd. 

621.12 

Sass, H 

1,330.95 

Satre, A 

506.60 

Saunders, A 

1,012.56 

Saunders, R. L 

1,265.00 

Saunders, S. J. R 

Saunders, Dr. T. C 

8,873.77 

1,196.70 

Saunter, C 

621.59 

Savage, J. H 

600.40 

Saville, Dr. J. M 

1,275.00 

Saving Centre Store 

521.35 

Sawan, F 

671.30 

Sawan, J 

517.05 

Sawatzky, P 

1,488.60 

Sawchuk, Bros 

738.00 

Sawchyn, A 

930.24 

Sawyer, A 

921.79 

Sawyer, E 

709.62 

Seaman, F., Transport Ltd. .. 

5,158.40 

Scarth, Dr. A. G 

4,800.00 

Scarth and Sheppard, Drs 

1,039.45 

Schabert, G 

1,341.00 

Schaefer, L 

559.50 

Schaffler, D 

657.35 

Schamber, M 

1,099.50 

Scharf, Dr. E. C 

558.30 

Schatz and Yates 

Construction 

7,015.14 

Scheffelmeier, E 

1,090.75 

Schieble, I 

884.70 

Scheidl, L 

1,099.00 

Schering Corporation Ltd 

14,172.84 

Schierman, P., Jr 

1,280.00 

Schiewe, N 

1,016.20 

Schiller, J 

500.00 

Schlosser, R 

8,027.70 

Schlueter, H 

622.35 

Schmalzbauer, F 

1,398.00 

Schmermund, G 

1,093.20 

Schmid F., Associates, 

20,937.51 

Schmidt, D. D. 

522.00 


Name Amount 

Schmidt, E $ 539.00 

Schmidt, W. C 1,407.00 

Schmieman, H 600.25 

Schmuland, G 773.60 

Schneider, P 2,261.90 

Schneider Farm Equipment 

Ltd 865.75 

Schneider, J. and M 1,093.00 

Schneider Motors 942.94 

Schnoor, G 1,024.50 

Schnyder, G. H 757.85 

Schock, R 1,124.30 

School Aids and Text Book 

Publishing Co 2,293.84 

School Districts and Divisions: 

Edwell No. 335 1,326.00 

Fairview No. 5 905.00 

Jasper No. 3063 22,084.40 

Lac La Biche No. 51 911.75 

Northland No. 61 6,486.28 

Red Deer No. 35 15,759.45 

Stony Plain No. 23 711.14 

School for the Deaf 2,400.00 

Schooley, C. T 7,482.75 

Schrag, R. A 1,160.25 

Schrag, R. L 1,677.40 

Schram, H 3,993.15 

Schrock, R 824.00 

Schroeder, R. 3,041.00 

Schropp, Dr. J. H 789.00 

Schultz, A 3,339.98 

Schultz, B 948.80 

Schultz, H 883.85 

Schultz, J 874.00 

Schultz, M. G 1,181.70 

Schultz, W. E 1,754.90 

Schultz, G. A., Contractors 

Ltd 19,508.20 

Schuppli, M 837.00 

Schwab, Dr. E. M 2,400.00 

Schwanke, E 1,341.00 

Schwartz, H., and Sons 

Agencies Ltd 790.00 

Schwarz and Associates 3,258.70 

Schwindt, P 23,913.29 

Schymizek, F 518.00 

Scientific Glass Apparatus .... 663.70 

Scona Radiator Service 647.60 

Scona Spring and Steering 

Service 8,889.82 

Scona Tire Ltd 8,095.63 

Scott, A. G 1,160.83 

Scott, E. M 610.10 

Scott, J 1,067.46 

Scott, Mrs. J 972.20 

Scott, j. C 830.70 

Scott, N. L 1,044.00 

Scott, N. W. 1,613.54 

Scott, R 737.85 

Scott, T 2,047.50 

Scott, W. L 652.00 

Scott Bathgate Co. Ltd 4,749.39 

Scott Clothing Co. Ltd 11,246.00 

Scott-Foster Ltd 67,748.84 

Scott Fruit Co. Ltd 26,644.59 

Scott, S. F. Manufacturing 

Co 18,727.41 

Scott-National Fruit C.o 33,856.13 

Scougall, G. H 2,688.40 

Scraba, H 850.20 

Screen Process Printers Ltd. .. 2,107.52 

Scribner, J. K 811.95 

Scully, Wm., Ltd 810.26 

Scythes and Company Ltd 1,552.33 

Sealy Mattress Co 8,080.23 

Seamans Groceteria 4,030.01 

Seamans Tire Ltd 11,242.88 

Searle, G. D., and Co. of 

Canada Ltd 1,128.78 

Searle Grain Co. Ltd 960.28 

Sears, V 579.60 

Sears Ltd 6,329.11 

Security Storage Big 4 Ltd. .. 9,704.68 

Sederberg, R 932.75 

Seeley Systems Corporation 

Ltd 2,815.75 

Seibel, I. E 831.90 

Seien, W 5,546.00 

Seiferman, J 723.00 


Name Amount 

Seismic Service Supply Ltd. 758.69 

Seitz, J. G 714.65 

Sekura, M„ Jr 4,454.00 

Selesky, J. and M 1,010.00 

Selleck, F 3,575.00 

Semeniuk, 0 1,417.55 

Semenuk, C 1,083.75 

Semenuk, P. S 589.50 

Senger, N 1,140.62 

Senio, A. W 634.50 

Senior Citizens Home 1,284.00 

Senyk, P 1,057.00 

Serbu, H. J 841.40 

Sernecky, T 646.00 

Serner, F. 616.00 

Sernowski, M 997.40 

Service Machine and Boiler 

Co. Ltd 2,074.45 

Seutter, F 500.00 

Seventy Seven Oil Co. Ltd. .. 3,412.88 

Severn, W. J 1,334.30 

Sevigny, M 1,149.20 

Sevigny, P 1,189.20 

Sewall, T. B 3,478.50 

Shaback, J 831.00 

Shaddick, M. U 567.40 

Shako, W. R 1,566.40 

Shankowski, A. 517.55 

Shandro, Dr. W. A 3,338.50 

Shannon, M 697.10 

Shannon Construction 

Alberta Ltd 167,303.62 

Shannon Glass Ltd 646.02 

Shantz, S. J 507.50 

Sharkey, J 618.00 

Sharp-MacNeil Ltd 25,270.65 

Sharps Shell Service 551.75 

Sharp’s Theatre Supplies 4,147.30 

Shatto Construction Co. 519,910.80 

Shatz, M 971.70 

Shaul, C 1,236.00 

Shave, E 916.00 

Shaw, A. 600.00 

Shaw, D. G 1,325.25 

Shaw, G. W. A 4,635.05 

Shaw, J 3,321.16 

Shaw, L. M 5,076.00 

Shaw Construction Co. Ltd. 108,821.85 

Shaw, W. C. and W. D 1,540.00 

Shearer, A. H 1,487.55 

Sheehan, J. D 2,377.41 

Sheehan, M. R 3,224.94 

Sheets, G. L 1,795.24 

Sheets, R. H 906.00 

Sheffield, C 555.60 

Sheftel Holdings (Red Deer) 

Ltd 825.76 

Shell Oil Co. of Canada 51,627.98 

Shenkenfelder, A 548.50 

Shepert, J. A 1,901.00 

Shepert, M. and D 10,169.90 

Sheppard, C. H 3,582.25 

Sheppard, H. J 2,285.20 

Sherman, Dr. L 571.00 

Sherman, V 956.19 

Shervey, 1 559.50 

Sherwin Williams Paint Co. 

of Canada 12,544.79 

Sherwood Old Folks Home .. . 2,131.98 

Shielding Inc 514.47 

Shillabeer, D. A 589.27 

Shilliday, H. 605.00 

Shipka, P 623.00 

Shirley, B 575.02 

Shirley Service Station 6,799.17 

Shirley Trucking 3,284.00 

Shirt, B 618.00 

Shockey Bros 23,088.00 

Shop Easy Stores Ltd 3,863.39 

Shopland, H 3,403.00 

Shore, B 832.00 

Shore, Dowling, Shafto and 

Stewart, Drs 583.00 

Short, A 1,539.56 

Short, C. G 560.00 

Shortill, A 942.00 

Showman, G. M 618.00 

Shtybel, J 611.35 

Shurko, J 1,456.20 


CASH PAYMENTS 


355 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name 


Amount Name 


Amount Name 


Sidjak, R. R $ 516.10 

Sidney Roofing and Paper 

Co. Ltd 2,758.64 

Siedel, F. A 641.00 

Siemens, L 559.50 

Sieniuc, H 1,676.08 

Sigalet, H., and Co. (1953) 

Ltd 10,269.70 

Sigurgeirson, J. C 1,266.60 

Sikora, J 1,067.00 

Silver Line Fire Equipment 

Ltd 592.91 

Silvercel of Canada Ltd 826.20 

Silverwood Western Dairies 

Ltd 20,489.15 

Silvester Building Supplies 

Ltd 1,994.46 

Simmons, G 542.66 

Simmons, N. A 619.30 

Simmons Limited 44,667.47 

Simonds Canada Saw Co. 

Ltd 1,383.89 

Simons, S 723.00 

Simpson, D 553.20 

Simpsons Sears Ltd 1,892.86 

Simson Maxwell Ltd 22,803.08 

Sinclair, A 529.00 

Sinclair, W. T 654.04 

Sinclair and McGeough 3,800.00 

Sinclair and Valentine Co. .... 1,424.01 

Sinclair Heating Supplies 

Ltd 4,252.82 

Singer, L 2,236.00 

Singer Sewing Machine Co. .. 6,304.39 

Singh, K 1,400.20 

Singleton, D 687.03 

Sinning, 0 1,844.45 

Sired, G 1,743.00 

Sisson, E. K 23,713.00 

Sisters of Our Lady of 

Charity 30,046.20 

Sisters of the Atonement 38,558.00 

Sjoberg, S 1,353.75 

Sjorstrom, H 652.50 

Skinberg, T 945.62 

Skinner, Dr. E. G. F 599.50 

Skinner, T., and Son Ltd 759.44 

Skinner Engine Co 712.00 

Skjel, M 901.00 

Skocdopole Construction 34,720.62 

Skoreyko, S 1,246.60 

Skrepnek, Dr. S. V 820.00 

Skrynyk, M 1,297.00 

Skyline Cafe 51,940.05 

Skyway Air Services Ltd 8,905.20 

Slaght, A. H. and A. D 1,828.00 

Slawuta and Co 1,990.18 

Slemp, C. S 879.65 

Slen, A. B 1,492.03 

Slick’s Trucking and 

Servicing 1,282.96 

Slipchuk, N. P 792.55 

Sloan, J 1,029.40 

Sloan, L 1,171.45 

Slupek, B. and M 791.00 

Slupski, M 1,119.00 

Smalley’s Radio 3,945.16 

Smart, C. M 514.85 

Smerehsinki, M 1,112.00 

Smigelski, N 1,035.00 

Smit Conners Ltd 1,213.35 

Smith, A 630.00 

Smith, A. G 1,142.98 

Smith, A. H 596.77 

Smith, A. J 503.00 

Smith, A. W 1,263.00 

Smith, C. W 757.40 

Smith, E 540.70 

Smith, E. E 674.50 

Smith, Dr. E. M. G 1,800.00 

Smith, F 1,236.00 

Smith, G. G 643.02 

Smith, G. L. C 685.80 

Smith, H. E 553.20 

Smith, Dr. H. E 719.50 

Smith, J 937.30 

Smith, J. H 797.70 

Smith, J. R. 1,533.55 


Smith, K $ 1,048.10 

Smith, M. J 2,683.40 

Smith, M. R 11,700.00 

Smith, N 798.85 

Smith, R. 1,650.80 

Smith, R. R 1,355.84 

Smith, S 867.30 

Smith, S. K 999.80 

Smith, W 512.00 

Smith, W. D 672.00 

Smith and Nephew Ltd 3,356.10 

Smith Battery and Auto 

Electric Ltd 516.53 

Smith Brothers Equipment 

Ltd 11,338.08 

Smith Clinic 8,877.30 

Smith, Davidson and Lecky 55,326.27 

Smith, F. H. and A. E 17,550.00 

Smith, G., Forest Products 

Ltd 21,133.75 

Smith, Kline and French 

Corporation 35,339.11 

Smith Motors Ltd 2,865.51 

Smith Van Straaten and 

Olson 975.00 

Smithinsky, H 537.30 

Smith’s Ambulance Service ... 1,449.00 

Smith’s Garage 824.62 

Smith’s Transport 572.80 

Smoky Construction Ltd 1,485.00 

Smolis, J 521.00 

Smulski, Dr. J 874.45 

Smyth, A. F 3,451.50 

Snap on Tools of Canada 1,558.90 

Snaychuk, L. M 1,864.00 

Sneed, R 559.50 

Snelgrove, A 620.00 

Snell and Titeley, Drs . 1,101.47 

Snell, Snell and Titeley, Drs. 1,511.00 

Snowball, G. M 686.79 

Snydmiller. J 732.35 

Soapone Products Ltd 6,502.00 

Sobey, Dr. Y. W 1,225.80 

Soderstrom, C., Estate of 549.00 

Soiltest Incorporated 2,121.00 

Sokil, A 1,439.40 

Solberg, B 525.00 

Soldan Fence Products 7,821.28 

Soloview, L. 849.60 

Solowoniuk, J 1,263.40 

Somers, W. D 3,583.30 

Somerville, H. R 3,382.50 

Sommerville Co. Ltd 172,456.28 

Soper Singleton Electric Ltd. 11,659.22 

Sorensen, O. 1,857.00 

Sorensen Bus Lines Ltd 1,076.40 

Sorenson, J 538.95 

Sorpold, P 2,936.33 

Sostrom, C. A 550.00 

South Side Body and Paint 

Shop 2,464.23 

South Side Memorial Chapel 585.00 

South Side Ornamental Iron 

Works 735.00 

Southern Alberta Cerebral 

Palsy Association 6,159.00 

Southern Alberta Drilling Co. 22,369.14 

Sovereign Film Distributors 

Ltd 4,137.05 

Spady Bros. Construction 8,498.50 

Spalding Hardware Ltd 1,540.34 

Spanach, A 5,706.75 

Spaner, Dr. S. S 692.50 

Spargo, D. 1,390.50 

Sparkler International Ltd. 21,965.00 

Sparks, G. E 3,994.31 

Spartan Air Services Ltd 144,876.95 

Speakman, Dr. T. J 5,857.75 

Spectrum Chemicals Ltd 2,988.00 

Speedy Storage and Cartage 

Ltd 1,584.00 

Speirs, Dr. C. J 1,262.50 

Spence, B 571.50 

Spencer, H. J 1,782.88 

Spencer and White Tire Co. 

Ltd 626.51 

Spendiff, F 1,470.55 

Sperling, F. J 1,609.46 

Spink, E 1,236.00 


Spinney, C. B $ 

Spinney Electric 

Spoor Meat Market 

Sports and Recreation Manu- 
facturing and Supply Co. .. 

Spraggs, P 

Sprague Drug 

Spra gue Transport 

Sprietsma and Sons 

Sprinkler Irrigation and 

Equipment Co. Ltd 

Sproule Bearing Supply 

Spruce Lumber Co. Ltd 

Square M Construction Ltd. 

and Coleman Collieries Ltd. 
Squibb, E. R., and Sons of 

Canada Ltd 

SS 13 Sales Co 

St. Albert Credit Union 

St. Anthony’s College 

St. Arnaud, M 

St. Arnault, G 

St. Bernard’s Mission 

St. Jean, L. A 

St, John Ambulance 

Association 

St. John’s House 

St. Joseph’s Convent 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers 

Development 

St. Mary’s Home Technical 

School 

St. Paul Clinic 

St. Paul Co-op Store 

St. Paul Foundry 

St. Paul Pharmacy Ltd 

St. Paul Sales and Service .... 

St. Paul Truck Service 

St. Thomas Metal Signs Ltd. 
St. Vincent De Paul Home .. 

Stach, J. H 

Stack, A. H 

Staedtler, J. S., Canada Ltd. 

Stafford, E 

Stafford, H 

Stafford, J. D., Enterprises 

Ltd 

Stafford Foods Ltd 

Stage Hands Local No. 212 .. 
Staheli Construction Co. Ltd. 
Stamco Speciality Tool and 

Manufacturing Co. Ltd 

Stampede Motors Ltd 

Standard Brands 

Standard Chemical Ltd 

Standard Garage 

Standard Gravel and 

Associates 

Standard Gravel and 

Surfacing Co. Ltd 

Standard Hardware Co 

Standard Radiator Service .... 
Standard Surgical Supply Co. 

Standens 

Stanley, R. E 

Stannard, D 

Stanwix House 

Staples, M. H 

Staples, R. E 

Star Drilling Co. Ltd 

Star Electric 

Star Food Supply 

Star Mine Grocery 

Starink, Dr. A. W. T 

Starkman Chemists Ltd 

Starko, P. A., J. J. and 

A. A 

Starling, L 

Starr’s Ambulance Service .... 

Stasiuk, M 

Stauffer Dobbie Ltd 

Stebeleski, W 

Stecyk, F. R 

Steed and McLeod 

Steedsman, D 

Steedsman, F 

Steel Co. of Canada Ltd 

Steel Crafts Alberta Ltd 

Steel Industries Ltd 


Amount 

5.400.00 

3.543.17 

507.13 

663.00 

1.613.00 

751.14 

3.090.90 

5.650.54 

32,450.03 

5.104.44 
594.57 

73,290.85 

9,592.50 

841.39 

1.365.18 
721.72 

808.50 
550.03 

68,968.00 

953.88 

6.274.55 
1,704.10 

53,868.50 

38,716.77 

2.639.00 

971.00 

2.071.55 
2,552.42 

856.63 

613.36 

2,484.09 

1,097.78 

2,788.25 

1,359.41 

1,311.96 

1.416.22 

1.368.00 
1,315.20 

2.597.44 

3.028.91 

640.00 

2.769.00 

2.969.49 
2,085.57 
5,199.28 
9,399.60 

999.85 

829.50 

2,353,943.07 

862.49 

775.00 
5,431.32 

622.28 

779.60 
705.79 

1,520.48 

2.217.00 

797.39 
1,644.06 

534.61 
1,962.90 

2.285.50 
549.60 

2,718.99 

2.505.50 
1,672.64 

649.00 

1.851.00 
1,322.53 

1.243.23 

875.00 
5,803.75 

819.86 
857.30 

47,141.03 

876.00 
3,149.98 


356 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


Name 

Steel Structures and Building 

Products Ltd # 

Steel Weld Machine Co. Ltd. 

Steele, H. F 

Steele, J 

Steele Briggs Seed Co. Ltd. .. 

Steele Robertson Ltd 

Steffler Construction 

Stein, A. V 

Steinhauer, D. 

Steinke, E 

Steinman, E 

Stelter, A 

Stelter, E 

Stelter, R., Ltd 

Stelter, R., Lumber 

Stempriakowsky, E 

Stenby, N., Estate 

Stenseth, H. E 

Stepaniuk, M 

Stepaniuk Construction 

Stepanowich, H 

Stephen, S 

Stephens Display Incorporated 

Stephens Paints Ltd 

Stephenson, J. R., Ltd. 

Sterling Drug Store 

Sterling Printers and 

Stationers Ltd 

Sternberg, C. M 

Sterne, G. F., and Sons Ltd. 

Sterzer, K 

Stettler Supermarket 

Stevens Co., The 

Stevenson, H. and V 

Stewart, A 

Stewart, D. 

Stewart, Dr. D. L 

Stewart, G 

Stewart, G. L 

Stewart, K. P 

Stewart, M. C 

Stewart, W 

Stewart Drug 

Stewart Equipment Ltd 

Stewart, J. J., Estate 

Stewart Petroleums Ltd 

Stewart Supplies Ltd 

Stewart, Weir and Stewart .... 

Stiles, G. M 

Stiles, W. C 

Stinn, L 

Stipdonk, G. M. and 

Sorensen, L 

Stobbe, E 

Stober and Maerz 

Construction 

Stockall, V 

Stocks, C. A 

Stockwell, D. D 

Stone, A. L 

Stone, I 

Stone, M 

Stone, M. E 

Storcer, Dr. J 

Storm, G. T. A. 

Storms, W 

Stout, K 

Stout, N 

Stout, Mrs. N 

Stout, O 

Stout, R 

Stoyel Advocate Press Ltd 

Strand Silver Lake Telephone 

Co 

Strassburger, F 

Strauss, A 

Strautman, A 

Street Robbins Morrow Ltd. .. 

Streeter, G 

Strike Rite Matches Ltd 

Strilchuk, Dr. N. C 

Stroh, J 

Strom, F. M 

Strong and Ferrey Ltd 

Strong and Son 

Strong Electric Corporation 
Strozynski, C. P 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

9,866.00 

Structural Engineering 

Services Ltd 

# 8,859.83 

Taber Frozen Foods Ltd # 

Taber Sand and Gravel 

709.43 

5,659.62 

Strutz and Margolus, Drs 

3,828.75 

Taggart, F 

1,157.25 

62,847.06 

Stuarts General Store 

522.75 

Taiileur, L. 

1,478.61 

745.00 

Stubbs Pharmacy 

665.07 

Tait, E. R 

1,800.00 

780.00 

Stuber, S 

765.00 

Tail, R. M 

1,117.90 

3,896.08 


676.77 

Takacs, E 

1,076.67 

650.00 

4,674.88 

Suburban Equipment and 

Talaber F. and Pados J 

62,051.07 

19,972.50 


1,599.39 

Talbot, C. 

540.00 

Sudeyko, N 

723.00 

Tally, J 

1,489.35 

555.60 

Suek, R A 

657.26 

Tamblyn Western Ltd 

1,264.56 

513.20 

30,020.00 


515.50 

Tanasichuk, J 

558.69 

Suik, O 

982.00 

Tandon, R 

1,696.50 

637.85 

Sullivan and Steward Plaster- 


Tanghe, A 

890.10 

5,971.50 

ing Contractors Co. Ltd. .. 

8,620.00 

Tanguay, A 

699.00 

2,404.95 

Sun Fruit Co. Ltd 

10,682.42 

Tappenden, F. S 

23,905.04 

984.18 

Sunburst Motor Coach Co 

4,779.45 

Tara Ison, A 

6,097.94 

1,150.40 

Sundquist, A 

1,549.00 

Taron’s, A. E., General Store 

948.00 

571.01 

Sundre Contracting Co. Ltd. 

1,358.00 

Tate, F 

553.60 

1,525.50 

Sundre Motors 

1,180.05 

Tauber, L 

3,000.00 

4,381.00 

Sunell, J. E 

1,349.00 

Taylor, A. 

1,975.00 

2,340.00 

Sunland Industries Ltd 

2,164.66 

Taylor, C. H. 

894.15 

818.49 

Sunnyside Auto Body Works 

2,459.98 

Taylor, Dr. C. W 

4,433.05 

5,837.03 

Super Save Food Market 

1,365.30 

Taylor, F. B 

990.40 

604.35 

Super Service 

8C8.46 

Taylor, J. I 

1,299.42 

2,698.2 7 

Superior Laundry and Dry 


Taylor, K 

526.40 

2,066.49 

Cleaning 

7,104.09 

Taylor, M 

1,277.30 

656.11 

Superior Masonry Products 


Taylor, R. 

622.05 


Ltd 

1,154.90 

Taylor, Rachel 

673.85 

620.82 

Supersine of Canada 

1,360.51 

Taylor, Ralph 

748.80 

1,782.36 

Sure Mix Concrete and 


Taylor, M. G. and V. V 

1,800.00 

978.00 

Excavating Ltd 

1,227.38 

Taylor, Pearson and Carson 


501.80 

Surkan, J 

3,659.00 

Ltd 

169,834.41 

820.00 

Surowiec, J 

935.45 

Taylor Tile Ltd 

11,906.30 

9,510.37 

Sutherland, C 

838.50 

Tchir, J 

559.00 

4,840.00 

Sutherland, Dr. F. H. 

751.60 

Tchir, J. D 

1,114.00 

1,328.63 

Sutherland, G. E 

1,040.20 

Tebb, W 

1,226.12 

1,262.20 

Sutter, R 

569.90 

Tebby, C. D 

522.00 

737.92 

Svedberg, O. E 

3,288.00 

Ted’s Purity 99 Service 

1,031.24 

871.35 

Svedberg, W 

697.26 

Tektronix Inc 

2,514.15 

1,155.00 

Svedberg Lumber Co. Ltd 

3,919.58 

Telchen Holdings Ltd 

2,899.92 

861.00 

Sveinungsgard, G 

1,480.00 

Telephone Supply Co 

698.72 

1,282.77 

Sveinungsgard and Frantzen .. 

5,356.21 

Telford, B. W 

685.25 

663.80 

Svendsen, A. A 

539.97 

Teliurometer Canada Ltd 

3,995.00 

8,730.08 

697.00 

Swain, D. 

2,829.60 

595.00 

Temple, P. 

1,144.30 

Swallow, Dr. R. J 

Templeton, W. R 

Tennant, R. J 

890.00 

1,370.00 

Swallow and Swallow, Drs 

2,263.00 

553.01 

646.78 

Swan Hills Super Drug Ltd. 

674.65 

Terasmae, I 

1,920.68 

1,142.28 

Swanson, A 

593.00 

Ternoway’s Store 

807.00 

14,349.70 

Swanson, E. F 

1,484.07 

7,433.72 

Terry, M. E 

1,800.98 

691.21 

Swanson Lumber Co. Ltd 

Terry Machinery Co. Ltd 

6,949.33 

1,912.50 

Swar, J 

668.30 

Tetrault, M 

723.00 

1,185.30 

Sware, J 

Sween, L 

901.00 

Texaco Canada Ltd 

45,224.49 


555.98 

Texaco Service 

947.14 

1,105.00 

Sweers, G 

641.00 

Textile Products Co. Ltd 

15,364.19 

953.20 

Swiderski, R. 

727.00 

Tharp, T. W 

693.60 


Swift Canadian Co. Ltd 

84,651.80 

Theede, L 

1,508.90 

11,616.07 

Sydor, W. 

1,386.00 

Theriault, L. A 

1,385.97 

1,099.60 

Sylvan Lumber Co. Ltd., 

Thermo Electric (Canada) 

1,039.23 

Direct Lumber Cp. Ltd 

19,609.00 

Ltd 

657.36 

1,735.50 

1,333.84 

Sylvester, R. O. 

1,045.71 

583.00 

Therrien, F 

7,492.00 

577.20 

Sylvestre, D 

Thibeault, H. J 

616.80 

Symborski, E 

1,011.65 

Thibodeau Hearing Aid 


2,787.50 

Symington, Dr. G. A 

1,046.60 

Laboratory 

1,679.39 

1,708.00 

Symington, G. E 

2,176.98 

Thomas, L 

914.78 

3,488.50 

Symington, Murphy and 


Thompson, A 

8,519.85 

517.50 

Dingle Drs 

625.00 

Thompson, Dr. A. C 

518.00 

1,727.90 

Syryda, F 

656.40 

Thompson, F. B 

1,122.45 

2,163.00 

Systems Equipment Ltd 

1,414.17 

Thompson, G. T 

1,700.00 

1,588.50 

Szabo, J 

640.00 

Thompson, H. 

15,754.71 

1,563.00 

Szarko, C. L 

557.00 

Thompson, H. A 

11,323.70 

9,950.00 

Szucsko, J 

509.00 

Thompson, I. W 

1,302.30 

1,186.78 

Szybonia, S 

3,211.50 

Thompson, J 

1,102.15 

10,970.16 

604.00 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

# 6,710,907.70 

Thompson, L 

Thompson, R 

Thompson, Mrs. R 

805.80 

1,525.50 

559.50 

1,447.40 

aggregate 

201,353.94 

Thompson and Feero 

1,632.00 

704.30 

1,441.00 

Total: Section "S” ... 

# 6,912,261.64 

Thompson, F. M., Co. Ltd. .. 
Thompson, J., Leonard Ltd. 

533.72 

176,950.00 

134,893.01 

975.35 

1,498.87 

657.30 

T. and A. Construction 

# 904.97 

Thomson, C. R 

Thomson, E 

Thomson, Dr. H. S 

Thomson Motors 

2,195.93 

759.10 

1,784.30 

6,136.82 

821.15 

T. and B. Van Lines 

760.25 

Thordahl, E 

6,235.00 

527.50 

T. and P. Foodmarket 

1,139.72 

Thornton, Dr. K. R 

750.00 

1,591.66 

T.I.W. Western Ltd 

6,789.43 

Thorsen, J 

916.80 

827.58 

T.K. Installations 

1,235.20 

Three Hills Motors 

715.41 

513.36 

Tab Products of Canada Ltd. 

504.00 

Three-in-One Grocery 

4,924.31 

753.75 

Tabah, J., and Sons 

8,094,88 

Thriftway Supermarket 

856.90 


CASH PAYMENTS 


357 


Name 

Throndson, L $ 

Thuesen, S 

Thurn, L 

Tidlund, R 

Timber Sales and Distributors 

Ltd 

Timberland-Ellicott Ltd 

Timberland Lumber Division 

Timm, D 

Tims, M. L 

Tindall, B 

Tindall, J 

Tinordi, M 

Tip Top Tailors Ltd 

Tippe, L 

Tipper, B. J 

Tirling, H 

Titford Bros 

Tkachuk, A 

Tkachuk, E 

Tkaczuk, K 

Toastmaster Bakeries 

Tobin, E. W 

Tod, M. L 

Todd, P 

Todd Products Alberta 

Todhunter, C. W. M. and 

M. M 

Toledo Scale Co. of Canada .. 

Tolen’s Cartage 

Tollestrup Construction Co. 

Ltd 

Tolton, M. J 

Tolway, T. F 

Tom and Jerry’s Shoe Store .. 

Tom Boy Stores 

Tomaszewski, A 

Tomcala, J 

Tomchuk, J., Construction 

Ltd. 

Tomkinson, F 

Tomkinson, J. D 

Tomnuk, I 

Tom’s Grocery 

Tomyn, R. B 

Toner, P 

Tony’s Truck Service Ltd 

Toric Optical Co 

Toronchuk, S 

Toronto-Dominion Bank 

Toronto Star Ltd 

Toronto Type and Foundry 

Co. Ltd 

Toupin, Dr. H. M 

Toupin, V. G 

Tourigny, G. J 

Towers Transport 

Town and Country Realty .... 
Towns: 

Athabasca 

Barrhead 

Bassano 

Beaverlodge 

Beverly 

Black Diamond 

Blairmore 

Bonnyville 

Bow Island 

Bowness 

Brooks 

Calmar 

Cardston 

Castor 

Claresholm 

Coaldale 

Cold Lake 

Coleman 

Coronation 

Daysland 

Devon 

Didsbury 

Drayton Valley 

Edson 

Fairview 

Falher, 

Forest Lawn 

Fort Macleod 

Fort Saskatchewan 

Grande Centre 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount Name Amount 

617.80 Granum $ 1,891.13 

1.119.00 Grimshaw 12,268.91 

1,209.55 Hanna, 11,972.39 

1.593.90 Hardisty 880.00 

High Prairie 3,120.13 

3.669.93 High River 5,503.02 

592.34 Hinton 30,026.14 

3.276.91 Innisfail 2,382.75 

1.364.10 Jasper Place 195,128.93 

1.190.00 Lac La Biche 12,272.79 

622.33 Lacombe 23,221.93 

651.62 Leduc 11,547.23 

879.45 Magrath 24,346.33 

1.199.24 Manning 5,286.56 

2.577.00 Mayerthorpe 2,811.80 

1.105.00 McLennan 1,150.76 

1.218.10 McMurray 8,699.17 

1.934.75 Milk River 2,138.63 

937.15 Montgomery 32.330.03 

5.989.50 Morinville 3,944.47 

570.20 Mundare 1,933.47 

3,408.27 Nanton 6,308.38 

1.082.00 Okotoks 2,899.13 

519.90 Olds 9,024.11 

664.30 Peace River 25,874.88 

1,340.16 Picture Butte 2,307.55 

Pincher Creek 14,012.01 

4.000. 00 Ponoka 18,306.71 

2.068.94 Provost 1,533.38 

730.68 Raymond 16,469.20 

Redcliff 2,782.66 

10,072.01 Redwater 6,225.63 

647.46 Rimbey 1,394.54 

1.142.00 Rocky Mountain House .... 19,676.30 

993.08 Spirit River 2,746.20 

2,443.87 St. Albert 54,238.62 

2.260.40 St. Paul 7,041.49 

681.80 Stavely 6,479.32 

Stettler 11,538.64 

13,339.79 Stony Plain 4,564.11 

1.671.30 Strathmore 8,004.28 

1.529.68 Sundre 4,273.01 

1.392.40 Sylvan Lake 6,803.14 

615.70 Taber 32,468.77 

1.452.15 Tofield 1,791.13 

863.00 Two Hills 1,004.78 

3.000. 33 Valleyview 2,756.46 

5,108.23 Vauxhall 2,711.52 

880.00 Vegreville 2,805.79 

1,747.54 Vermilion 8,744.27 

1.450.04 Viking 5,548.26 

Vulcan 8,134.93 

3.313.69 Wainwright 13,507.21 

1.066.50 Westlock 7,854.91 

1,011.80 Whitecourt 151,533.65 

2.350.00 Townsend, Dr. G 3,927.40 

874.25 Townsend, R. H 2,725.00 

552.50 Townsend and Edwards, Drs. 2,008.45 

Tracerlab Incorporated 787.74 

14,736.68 Trach, W 1,036.20 

16,155.53 Trachimowich, A. G 660.50 

1,660.02 Tract Equipment Ltd 6,529.03 

602.63 Trail Tractor Sales 2,882.82 

130,866.20 Trale Construction Ltd 1,733.50 

2,581.18 Trane of Canada Ltd 1,390.78 

7,412.98 Trans Air Ltd 13,304.00 

17,428.14 Trans-Canada Air Lines 4,004.89 

665.60 Trans-Canada Highway 

54,694.25 Express Ltd 20,881.38 

23,303.35 Transcrete Co. Ltd 5,066.75 

802.48 Transmission Supplies Ltd. .. 1,897.63 

14,168.45 Transportation Allowance for 

2.760.00 Students 7,038.72 

19,894.07 Transportation Allowance to 

3.558.31 M.D. Representatives at 

8.874.15 Agricultural Service Board 

6.597.15 Conference 2,003.70 

4.377.76 Transportation of Handi- 

592.50 capped Children 1,225.40 

3,487.97 Traptow, S 913.45 

1.282.04 Treasury Branches Agents 

18.295.28 Commission and Postage 108,209.26 

5,728.06 Treen, 1 1,102.45 

6.512.50 Tremco Manufacturing Co. 

3.157.25 Canada Ltd 8,440.13 

255,486.05 Trempner, G 1,351.38 

22,074.47 Trempner, L„ and Son 546.99 

6,807.95 Trenerry, W 567.00 

5,191.36 Trenholm, W. E 1,670.08 


Name Amount 

Trent, W $ 1,045.11 

Trevors, S 682.40 

Trig Boat Works 860.00 

Trigon Construction Ltd 4,849.39 

Trinity Nursing Home 2,118.00 

Triplett, P 1,115.10 

Triway Service Garage 8,878.34 

Trochu Motors 916.19 

Trockstad, M 2,908.50 

Troitsky, F 2,636.06 

Troock, Wm., Furniture 7,303.95 

Trout, G 793.00 

Troutlodge Route 1 2,365.31 

Troy Laundry Machinery 

Canada Ltd 692.35 

Trudeaus Cleaners and Shirt 

Services Ltd 829.05 

Trudel, P 1,016.90 

Trufyw, E 670.65 

Trupp, V. J 1,325.30 

Trusts and Guarantee Co. 

Ltd 1,437.09 

Tucker, Dr. G. N 4.116.00 

Tuckett Ltd 2,453.51 

Tuckwell, D 559.50 

Turchansky, F 796.60 

Turgeon, A 1,387.06 

Turnbull, J. D 592.29 

Turnbull Elevator Co. Ltd. .. 5,775.72 

Turnbull Motors 8,635.15 

Turner, A. S 900.00 

Turner, B 559.50 

Turner, J. D 10,099.19 

Tverkutes, T 813.03 

Twin Bridges Sand and 

Gravel Ltd 1,273.09 

Twin Lake Construction Ltd. 5,933.99 

Twin River Heavy Hauling .. 2,618.50 

Two M Service Co. Ltd 1,517.94 

Ty Gil Supply Ltd 1,092.00 

Tychy, W. E 842.85 

Tyler, E. J 1,343.55 

Tyschuk, J 962.10 


$ 2,553,945.75 

Sundry Accts. under $500.00 

aggregate 70,600.79 


Total: Section "T” ....$ 2,624,546.54 


U.F.A. Co-op Association 

Ltd $ 9,033.01 

Underschultz, L 1,196.59 

Underschultz, N. E 821.23 

Underwood Ltd 32,961.01 

Underwood Sand and Gravel 

Ltd 1,839.50 

Underwood Transit Mixed 

Ltd 32,055.67 

Union Carbide Canada Ltd. . 1,851.92 

Union Iron and Engineering 

Works 31,564.80 

Union Milk Co. Ltd 34,024.68 

Union Packing Co 33,956.01 

United Cement Contractors 

Ltd 3,066.97 

United Church of Canada .... 2,908.60 

United Diesel Injection Ltd. 1,265.56 

United Grain Growers Ltd. .. 8,931.43 

United Management Ltd 552.50 

United News Wholesalers 

Ltd 517.74 

United Sand and Gravel Ltd. 264,502.48 

Universal Bindery 921.56 

Universal Concrete 

Accessories Ltd 25,125.14 

Universal Construction Co. 

Ltd 51,716.66 

Universal Engravers 1,170.77 

Universal Farm Sales 

Lethbridge Ltd 2,427.49 

Universal Fastening Devices 

Ltd 599.61 

Universal Sales and Service .. 3,856.09 

University of Alberta, 

Miscellaneous 1,011,621.26 

University of Alberta, 

Printing Department 12,323.84 


358 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

University of British 

Columbia $ 754.78 

University, McGill 7,304.25 

University of Ottawa 501.00 

University of Saskatchewan .. 619.90 

University of Toronto 2,986.36 

Unser, A 597.90 

Up Right Scaffolds Ltd 623.50 

Upjohn Co. of Canada 6,009.22 

Upland Construction Co 4,056.00 

Upper, N 1,407.60 

Upton Bradeen and James 

Ltd 2,488.72 

Uranium City Bus Lines Ltd. 2,042.90 

Urbonas, M 4,165.50 

Urquhart Thompson Agencies 

Ltd 2,102.50 

Usher, W. D. and Associates 

Ltd 13,381.04 

Uyeyama, W. W 610.15 


$ 1,620,463.44 

Sundry Accts, under $500.00 
aggregate 10,260.96 


Total: Section "U” $ 1,630,724.40 


Valeres Construction Heating 

and Plumbing $ 1,739.76 

Valin, G 3,529.33 

Vallee Bros 3,585.76 

Valley Concrete Mix 23,511.39 

Valley Gas Company Ltd 1,867.97 

Valley Grocery 636.86 

Valleyview Building Supplies 897.95 

Valleyview Co-op Store Ltd. 2,653.53 

Valleyview General Store 1,647.85 

Valleyview Meat Market 5,979.48 

Vallie, J. A 568.00 

Van Esveld, \V. 643.50 

Van Gunst, W 567.50 

Van Horn, W. J 2,215.35 

Van Koppen, W 736.40 

Van Oostenbrugge, E 1,711.00 

Van Orman, S 540.00 

Van Santen, M 2,775.00 

Van Steinburg, L. M 507.50 

Van Vliet Construction Ltd. 61,033.42 

Van Waters and Rogers 

(B.C.) Ltd 19,531.66 

Vancouver Shell Fish Co 11,678.88 

Vandenberg, S 2,120.13 

Vandcraegen, M 3,060.00 

Vanderaegen Stores Ltd 603.04 

Vandergrift, C., Sand and 

Gravel Ltd 1,660.25 

Vanderkruk, C 1,192.40 

Vandervaate, H 1,798.59 

Vant, Dr. J. R 2,477.75 

Vant and Horner, Drs 1,006.25 

Veevers, A. R 558.00 

Veness Service Station 992.33 

Vennard and Ellithorpe Ltd. 16,827.00 

Ventress, H 783.00 

Verbeek, J 1,212.89 

Verchomin, Dr. J 589.50 

Veribrite Neon Signs 1,431.00 

Vermilion Feed Mill 1,658.90 

Verns Sales and Service 704.10 

Verstraete, M 1,107.20 

Vetters Trucking Ltd 742.50 

V ickers- Armstrongs 

(Tractors) Canada Ltd 10,097.19 

Vic’s Drugs 519.39 

Vic’s Food Store 1,030.65 

Vic’s General Store 18,096.40 

Victoor, C 631.03 

Victoor, 0 1,466.16 

Victor Adding Machine Co. 

Canada Ltd 2,995.52 

Victor, L., Ltd 14,094.30 

Vida, S 2,360.78 

Viking Co-operative 

Association Ltd 1,437.87 

Viking Motors 956.38 

Villadsen, A 572.30 


Villages: 


Alberta Beach $ 

1,037.95 

Alix 

2,874.96 

Amisk 

559.73 

Andrew 

621.16 

Arrowwood 

543.53 

Barons 

1,936.62 

Bashaw 

7,772.44 

Bellevue 

3,957.77 

Bentley 

1,137.00 

Berwyn 

603.01 

Blackfalds 

1,181.47 

Bowden 

4,071.11 

Boyle 

5,135.50 

Breton 

18,551.04 

Bruderheim 

608.62 

Carbon 

3,630.45 

Caroline 

897.89 

Carstairs 

3,460.64 

Clive 

11,088.48 

Cochrane 

1,198.19 

Consort 

1,065.56 

Delburne 

5,814.01 

Donnelly 

605.97 

Duchess 

1,218.44 

Elk Point 

1,303.77 

Empress 

1,788.73 

Entwistle 

4,430.80 

Evansburg 

1,884.32 

Foremost 

1,319.44 

Forestburg 

2,392.64 

Fort Assiniboine 

540.00 

Galahad 

4,638.61 

Girouxville 

717.76 

Grassy Lake 

7,005.47 

Gull Lake 

812.95 

Hines Creek 

2,798.72 

Hythe 

602.73 

Irricana 

1,188.13 

Kitscoty 

686.77 

Legal 

2,856.43 

Ma-Me-O Beach 

682.87 

Marwayne 

898.99 

Milo 

4.482.78 

Mirror 

1,177.78 

Nampa 

650.48 

New Sarepta 

970.19 

Nobleford 

1,470.17 

Oyen 

2,888.00 

Rycroft 

1,068.35 

Ryley 

3,570.15 

Sandy Beach 

575.25 

Seba Beach 

1,242.47 

Sedgewick 

1,453.36 

Sexsmith 

1,262.44 

Spruce Grove 

713.18 

Stirling 

1,258.19 

Strome 

1,674.78 

Thorhild 

2,038.59 

Thorsby 

1,879.64 

Trochu 

1,343.84 

Turner Valley 

1,558.31 

Warburg 

14,077.92 

Wembley 

1,211.47 

Whitecourt 

36,507.12 

Wildwood 

1,719.53 

Y oungstown 

2,984.06 

Villenevue, L 

4,384.50 

Vilna Pharmacy 

736.17 

Vincze, J 

3,121.80 

Vint, R. J 

742.15 

Vinto Engineering Ltd 

2,500.00 

Virtue, Russell, Morgan and 


Virtue 

909.95 

Viscount Sales Ltd 

830.55 

Visser, K 

947.65 

Vista Service 

2,094.01 

Voelkel and Raugust, S. and 


K 

3,276.60 

Vogt, H 

735.90 

Voice, A. A., General 


Contracting Co 

5,560.00 

Volb, E 

802.73 

Void, F. N 

1,947.45 

Von Hollen, E 

552.50 

Von Koenigsloew, Dr. E 

500.00 

Vos, D 

509.50 

Voth, H 

837.00 

Vowel, M 

723.00 

Vredeveldt, M. J 

677.28 


Vrolson, A. . 

$ 

1,439.82 

Sundry Accts. 
aggregate 

$ 

under $500.00 

481,068.17 

34,612.45 

515,680.62 

Total: 

Section "V” ..$ 


Wabamun Super Market $ 2,302.57 

Waco Ltd 2,406.25 

Waddell Bros. Construction 

Ltd 1,644.00 

Wadgc, J 820.90 

Wadley, G 1,330.00 

Wadsworth, D., Construction 
, Ltd 5,034.25 

Wages: 

Agriculture 620,015.92 

Education 265,656.65 

Executive Council 18,910.15 

Highways 16,945,646.55 

Industry and Development 6,670.13 

Lands and Forest 1,814,168.31 

Legislation 7,778.50 

Provincial Secretary 30,763.37 

Public Health 223,032.09 

Public Welfare 79,285.19 

Public Works 3,096,471.46 

Vocational Training 361,085.61 

Wagner, C. G. and D. J. .... 559.00 

Wagner, E. and H 2,195.60 

Wagner, W. G., Lumber Ltd. 7,476.54 

Wagstaffe Ltd 649.68 

Wainwright Clinic 725.70 

Wainwright Producers and 

Refiners Ltd 496,249.50 

Wajax Equipment Ltd 27,181.00 

Wake, H 1,699.11 

Wakeford, G. P 1,226.95 

Wald, J. R 3,405.85 

Walker, Dr. A. J 2,062.50 

Walker, A. L 1,119.00 

Walker, C 714.70 

Walker, D 2,003.60 

Walker, E 1,215.00 

Walker, E. G 728.50 

Walker, F 2,572.75 

Walker, H. F 1,550.15 

Walker, I s 1,696.67 

Walker, J. A 632.65 

Walker, R 579.50 

Walker, Dr. R. H 6,627.50 

Walker, S. A 1,050.80 

Walker, Dr. W. T 1,589.10 

Walker and Walker, Drs 576.00 

Walker, F., Dirt Moving 

Ltd 5,308.50 

Wallace, J. S 1,336.86 

Wallace, N 810.30 

Wallace, R 720.00 

Wallace Drug 548.55 

Wallewein, E 1,256.00 

Wellington, T. W 1,177.50 

Walsh, E. J 1,540.50 

Walters, W 901.59 

Walters Retail 4,519.17 

Walton, Dr. R 2,077.50 

Wanuch, A 1,338.60 

Warawa, F. D 549.00 

Warburton, P 730.00 

Warchime, F 1,759.00 

Ward, L 2,117.00 

Ward, M. D 713.25 

Ward, G. H., Drilling Co. 

Ltd 1,062.50 

Wards Natural Science 

Establishment Inc 772.83 

Ware, J 552.00 

Warner Bros. Pictures 1,994.45 

Warner Business Machines 

Ltd 9,455.09 

Warner-Lambert Canada Ltd. 1,550.33 

Warren, J 1,133.05 

Warren’s General Store 1,064.99 

Warshawski, Dr. S. J 1,138.00 

Warwood Office Equipment 

Ltd 4,198.44 

Wasel, S. 550.00 


CASH PAYMENTS 


359 


Name 

Waskasoo Aviation Ltd # 

Wasylkiewicz, S. and W 

Wasylkiewicz, W. and M 

Watamaniuk, P 

Waterloo Motors Ltd 

Waterous Equipment Ltd 

Watkins, M 

Watson, A 

Watson, I 

Watson, J. A 

Watson, Dr. S. H 

Watt, A. G 

Watt, O 

Watt, R 

Wawryko, N 

Wayne, N 

Ways Grocery 

Weathermakers Ltd 

Weaver, Nellie A 

Weaver, W 

Weaver, Coal Co 

Webb, G. C., and Sons 

Webb Distributors Ltd 

Webber, M 

Weber, H 

Weber Bros. Agencies Ltd 

Wedow, H 

Weeks, A. C., Ltd 

Wehr Air Equipment Co. 

Ltd 

Weiller and Williams Co. 

Ltd 

Weinlos, Dr. C. H. W 

Weinlos, Dr. M 

Weinlos Clinic 

Weir, E., Edmonton 

Weir, E., Winterburn 

Weislers Ltd 

Welders Supplies Ltd 

Weldwood Westply Ltd 

Welikoklad, W 

Wellar Automatic Sprinker 

Co. Ltd 

Wells, G 

Wells, K. M 

Wells, W. C., Construction .. 

Welsh, H 

Wembley Department Store .. 
Wendar Adhesive 

Corporation 

Wendelboe, L. M 

Wendt, H 

W eners Shoes 

Wengers General Store 

Wensley, L. C 

Wentland, L. H 

Wentworth’s General Store .. 

Wenzel, G. L 

Werner, I 

Werner, J. A., Hardware 

Co. Ltd 

Werner’s Refrigeration 

Werth, F 

Wesco Waterpaints (Canada) 
Ltd 

Wesenberg, J. J 

Wessen, S 

West, M 

West Canadian Microfilm 

Ltd 

West Chemical Products Ltd. 

West Star Bakery 

West-Con Drilling Supplies .. 

Westeel Products 

Westerlund, F 

Western Air Conditioning 

Ltd 

Western Alberta Produce Co. 
Western Asbestos Alberta 

Ltd 

Western Asphalt Distribution 

Ltd 

Western Bridge 

Western Cable Tool Drilling 
Western Canada Hardware 

Ltd 

Western Canada Ropes Ltd. .. 
Western Canada Welding 
Products Ltd 


STATEMENT No. 203 —Continued 


Amount 

Name 

Amount 

Name 

Amount 

536.00 

Western Canadian Seed 


Williams, W. A $ 

635.74 

10,256.00 

Processors Ltd $ 

3,167.63 

Williams Apiary 

1,068.25 

1,781.00 

Western Cartage and Storage 


Williams Bros. 

2,209.17 

659.40 

Ltd 

9,068.67 

Williams Machinery Western 


13,610.04 

Western Ceramics Supply Co. 

1,568.86 

Ltd 

12,121.14 

45,806.06 

Western Construction and 


Williamson, W 

719.75 

665.00 

Lumber Co. Ltd 

22,905.72 

Willis, A. C 

902.50 

3,779.20 

Western Floor Coverings Ltd. 

13,642.59 

Willis Plastic Signs 

1,052.99 

595.93 

Western Foundation Borings 


Williscroft, R 

1,998.00 

1,266.00 

Alberta Ltd 

1,970.00 

Willock and Pease 

2,665.93 

568. CO 

Western Grocers Ltd 

30,383.52 

Willoughby, Dr. L 

948.00 

1,897.95 

Western Microfilm Ltd 

14,380.50 

Willow Creek Sand and 


1,220.00 

Western Pharmaceutical 


Gravel Co. Ltd 

3,903.90 

2,406.80 

Depot 

1,429.10 

Willow Lake Mercantile 

751.14 

2,786.48 

Western Plywood Co. Ltd 

84,305.55 

Willox, Dr. G. L 

7,569.25 

663.00 

Western Printing and 


Wills, M 

3,451.50 

723.07 

Lithographing 

58,898.90 

Wills, Margaret 

3,433.33 

3,093.35 

Western Refrigeration and 


Willsey, L 

4,082.50 

732.00 

Butchers Supplies 

2,205.50 

Willson Stationery Co. Ltd. 

6,233.85 

595.90 

Western Reinforcing Steel 


Willys of Canada Ltd 

2,982.83 

646.87 

Service Ltd 

1,995.67 

Wilmac Equipment Rentals 


4,080.66 

Western School Furniture 


Ltd 

1,292.14 

1,181.89 

Co 

59,889.95 

Wilson, A 

2,091.90 

2,528.75 

1,813.00 

Western Spanmaster Buildings 

Wilson, Dr. A. E 

540.00 

Ltd. . 

3,490.00 

739.20 

Wilson, G 

618.00 

3,527.93 

Western Stock Yards Ltd 

Wilson, Dr. G 

1,855.00 

1,572.66 

Western Supplies Ltd 

122,945.47 

Wilson, J 

1,542.60 

3,750.25 

Western Truck Body Manu- 


Wilson, J. G 

3,143.00 


facturing Ltd 

2,057.70 

Wilson, Jim 

600.00 

2,334.85 

Western Varieties 

3,058.14 

Wilson, Mrs. J 

527.80 


Western Veterinary Supplies 

528.79 

Wilson, Dr. R. C. D 

510.60 

2,981.60 

Western Vinegars Ltd 

1,110.67 

Wilson, Dr. T. C 

576.50 

4,628.50 

Westlock Construction 

1,000.00 

Wilson, W 

888.00 

1,075.00 

Westlock Memorial Hall 


Wilson, R. H., and Co 

2,689.66 

6,782.00 

Society 

540.00 

Wilson and Cousins Co. Ltd. 

3,850.54 

2,080.41 

Weston, G., Ltd 

1,055.48 

Wilson and Michalyshyn, 


993.40 

Wetaskiwin Shopping Centre 


Drs 

5,192.25 

44.937.58 

Ltd 

5,100.00 

Wilson and Wilson Ltd 

39,695.30 

5,449.52 

Weultjes, H. A 

877.30 

Wilson Arch Building Ltd. .. 

4,578.68 

6,339.91 

32,053.01 

Whalen, L 

1,265.00 

Wilson Building Supplies .... 

12,919.91 

Whaley, E 

663.60 

Wilson Electric Supplies Ltd. 

604.13 


Wheat Belt Industries Ltd. .. 

583.92 

Wilson Equipment Co. Ltd. 

3,733.73 

3,239.25 

Wheaton, D., Ltd 

3,880.49 

Wilson, F. A. and F. M. 

5,700.00 

514.20 

Wheeler, G. A 

593.00 

Wilson Oilfield Supply Ltd. 

3,733.05 

1,080.00 

Wheeler, F., Ltd 

8,504.40 

Wiltse, G. A 

13,875.96 

1,234,333.87 

White, F. 

1,392.00 

Wiltse Construction 

3,330.84 

620.55 

White, H. J 

915.00 

Wincharger Corporation 

859.62 

4,207.05 

White, J 

558.18 

Winchester, V. M 

1,996.10 


White, J. V 

749.95 

Winkelmann, G. H 

570.55 

2,596.00 

White Rose Service Station .. 

962.51 

Winley-Morris Co. Ltd 

1,140.00 

1,180.67 

Whitecourt Mens’ Wear 

716.56 

Winnipeg Modern Brush 


2,563.00 

Whitehouse, W 

729.80 

Manufacturing Co 

540.00 

5,213.39 

Whitford, R 

1,177.50 

Wintemute, Dr. R. W 

637.00 

561.15 

Whiting, Dr. R. H 

950.00 

Winter, K 

1,028.00 

2,312.20 

Whitlock Lumber Co 

2,290.32 

Winter, T 

623.55 

660.00 

Whittaker, B. C 

764.00 

Winterburn Community 


797.48 

Whittaker, D. C 

1,235.70 

568.25 

League 

993.00 

547.62 

Wickie, P. I 

W intermute, R 

810.00 

1,211.10 

Wickson, G 

559.50 

Winters, B 

1,392.00 


Wickstrom, C 

1,219.50 

Winter’s Funeral Home 

547.40 

6,814.45 

Wiens, D 

833.93 

Winthrop Laboratories of 


2,450.96 

Wiese, R 

634.00 

Canada Ltd 

4,526.42 

1,028.50 

Wiggins, E 

Wilcox, R. A 

556.06 

609.42 

Wisk, D. Construction 

Witnesses, Jurors, Interpreters 

994.00 

565.52 

Wild, R. J 

516.40 

Fees and Expenses 

88,914.02 

912.00 

Wild of Canada Ltd 

1,621.30 

Witts, E 

723.00 

2,669.73 

Wilde, E. E 

1,713.90 

Witwicky, F 

562.53 

1,632.80 

Wilders Motors 

689.34 

Wlodarkiewiez, B 

619.20 


Wiley, J., and Sons Inc 

3,875.29 

Woitas, A 

1,053.50 

768.50 

Wilf’s Grocery and Meat 

1,521.54 

Woitas, M. J 

Wojciechowicz, A 

1,242.10 

1,546.13 

Wilkens Instrument and 

525.00 

924.28 

Research Incorporated 

2,210.49 

Wojcik, S 

1,353.86 

4,590.60 

Wilkie, B 

1,718.50 

Wojtula, P 

1,538.39 

93,105.14 

Wilkinson, F. G 

530.20 

Wolbeck, A 

594.60 

1,371.29 

Wilkinson and McCIean Ltd. 

78,890.28 

Wold, E 

838.00 


Wilkinson Co. Ltd 

52,666.98 

Wolfe, G 

1,227.42 

17,493.29 

Willeams, D 

1,168.40 

Wolfe, R. E 

1,064.80 

20,560.32 

Willemsen, C 

633.90 

Wolff, O. and M. J 

1,380.00 


Willet, P 

1,341.60 

Woloschuk, K 

700.94 

9,021.44 

Willetts, D 

901.00 

Woloschuk, Z 

1,252.00 


Williams, C. S. 

4,201.90 

693.19 

Wolsey, W 

593.95 

2,439.33 

Williams, D. J. W 

Wolver Construction and 

333,084.13 

Williams, E 

1,117.58 

Transit Mix Co. Ltd 

902.72 

1,920.00 

Williams, Dr. H. T. G 

5,736.00 

Wood, L. E 

765.00 


Williams, J. H 

2,422.34 

Wood, M 

1,480.44 

17,607.82 

Williams, Dr. J. R 

3,030.84 

Wood, M. J 

540.00 

18,071.09 

Williams, K 

572.00 

Wood, G. H„ and Co. Ltd. 

8,424.74 


Williams, O. M 

16,188.39 

Wood, J., Co. Ltd 

3,802.37 

2,714.14 

Williams, Dr. R. G., Jr 

2,489.00 

Wood Gundy and Co. Ltd. .. 

29,204.94 


360 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1961-1962 


STATEMENT No. 203 — Continued 


Name Amount 

Woodhouse, J # 1,449.00 

Woods, B 618.00 

Woods, E 649.80 

Woods, F 820.00 

Woods Bag and Canvas Co. 

Ltd 18,029.67 

Wood’s Christian Homes 19,111.69 

Woods, S. E., Ltd 1,164.90 

Woods, W„ Ltd 28,548.06 

Woodward, J. M 1,171.25 

Woodwards Stores Ltd 5,826.19 

W oolstencrof t, Dr. R 638.60 

Workingmen’s Clothing Store 2,435.66 

Workmen’s Compensation 

Board 7,633.77 

Workmen’s Compensation 

Board, Assessments 338,176.84 

Worm, C. V 686.00 

Woronuk, Dr. M. M 778.00 

Worrall, Dr. H. S 1,264.80 

Worthing Transport 3,462.79 

Wotherspoon, E 729.45 

Wotske, R 920.40 

Wowk, E. J 633.30 

Woycenko, J 831.00 

Woytuck, R 540.00 

Woywitka, Dr. N. W 779.00 

Wozniak, A 692.40 

Wright, Dr. A. S 654.60 

Wright, Dr. E. K 1,587.00 

Wright, Dr. T. A. 2,014.10 

Wright, W. T 23,884.49 

Wright Line of Canada Ltd. 4,042.37 

Wright, R. W„ Store 11,322.15 

Wudarck, S 2,504.95 

Wulff, Dr. J. H 611.50 

Wuttke, A. J 1,496.90 

Wyant and Co. Ltd 7,137.91 

Wyatt, D. J 1,064.00 

Wycechowsky, B 1,318.59 

Wyeth, J., and Brother 

Canada Ltd 4,397.45 

Wyllie, P. and M. A 1,623.00 

Wynnyk, H 723.00 

Wyntjes, W 11,357.40 


#27,643,100.57 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

aggregate 108,342.92 


Total: Section "W” #27,751,443.49 


X-ray and Radium Industries 

Ltd # 15,830.48 

Xerox of Canada Ltd 580.94 


Name Amount 

Y.M.C.A # 4,353.71 

Yakemchuk, P 1,392.56 

Yanitski, j 523.00 

Yankowsky, J 1,009.85 

Yarema, D. J. M 568.25 

Yaremcio, W 693.33 

Yarmon, T., Ltd 64,999.92 

Yarosh, H. W 1,631.54 

Yasheyko, M 863.40 

Yeates, B 901.00 

Yelenik, J 680.83 

Yellow Cab Co. Ltd. 2,261.60 

Yellowhead Construction Co. 

Ltd 29,050.50 

Yoneda, Dr. Y 1,088.50 

Young, C 5,000.00 

Young, D 645.50 

Young, J 581.25 

Young, Mrs. J 928.30 

Young, M 646.30 

Young, Mrs. M 795.00 

Young, P. W 545.97 

Young, W 1,529.00 

Young Women’s Christian 

Association 2,827.88 

Youngs Dispensing Optician 902.65 

Young’s Plumbing Ltd 545.96 

Your Co-op Association 2,507.61 

Youville Home 959.00 

Youzwhshyn, T. and P 794.30 

Yuhasz, T. A 621.87 

Yule and Latimer 1,239.97 

Yuodelis, Dr. R 921.00 

Yurchak, V 1,836.80 

Yurkewich, W. H. 800.91 

Yurkowski, J 584.50 

Zacharko, A 1,224.00 

Zacharuk, J 1,032.50 

Zachary, M 13,125.07 

Zaft, B 1,833.48 

Zaharichuk, E. J 1,394.10 

Zaharko, P 932.28 

Zailo, B 1,177.00 

Zaks Meats and Groceries .... 873.15 

Zannet, F 1,466.25 

Zarutsky, P 559.50 

Zavitz, B 605.95 

Zeilder Industries Ltd 1,280.23 

Zeidler, W. R„ Ltd 644.68 

Zeidler Plywood Corporation 

Ltd 6,905.41 

Zeidler Industries Ltd 1,280.23 

Zelinsky, J 938.00 

Zeller, S 862.05 

Zeller, N., Construction 34,575.61 

Zemans Produce Co 4,778.36 

Zenith Propane Ltd 2,063.53 


Name Amount 


Zewe, C 


619.49 

Zieffle, J 


664.00 

Ziglars Propane 


1,897.26 

Zihrul, F 


916.00 

Zilinski, L 


1,010.60 

Zimmer, A 


541.35 

Zimmerman, K 


1,475.20 

Zlomanchuk, M 


740.70 

Zobel, H 


550.00 

Zucco, P 


512.60 

Zwack, F. J 


700.00 


$5 

239,263.53 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

aggregate 


17,674.67 

Total: 

Section "XYZ” ... 

$ 

256,938.20 


LESS REIMBURSEMENT FROM 
THE UNDERMENTIONED 


Alberta Government 

Telephones # 17,505.47 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 3,030.35 

Alberta Wheat Pool 2,332.86 

British Traders Insurance 

Company 11,063.54 

Foundation Company 1,650.31 

Government of Canada 45,002.73 

Historical Society of Alberta 808.01 

Jefferson Lake Petrochemicals 

Limited 1,088.25 

Klemke, T. A., and Son 528.16 

Land Levelling Trust Account 7,581.54 

Line Elevators Farm Service .. 741.36 

Marketing Services Limited .. 95,920.92 

Provincial Treasurer: 

Agriculture 1,286.85 

Attorney General 1,176.63 

Highways 160,477.07 

Lands and Forests 6,623.44 

Municipal Affairs 6,654.81 

Provincial Secretary 121,127.72 

Public Health 46,812.55 

Public Welfare 199,227.99 

Public Works 13,027.56 

United Grain Growers 741.36 


# 744,409.48 

Sundry Accts. under #500.00 

aggregate 8,528.15 


# 752,937.63 


INDEX 


Page 

Aberhart Memorial Sanatorium 222, 225, 227, 231, 253 

Accounts payable 36 

Agriculture Department: 

Cash collected 86, 87 

Expenditure (classified) 83, 85 

Grants and Prizes 325 

Legislative and executive appropriations 80-82 

Alberta Government Telephones Commission (See Telephones) 

Alberta Industrial Corporation 272, 294 

Alberta Liquor Control Board 266, 271, 273-281 

Alberta Marketing Board (see Provincial Marketing Board) 

Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation 290-293 

Amusement Tax Act 216 

Assessment Commission 202, 205, 207 

Attorney General’s Department: 

Cash collected 113 

Expenditure (classified) Ill 

Legislative and executive appropriations 108, 109 

Auditor’s office 193, 194, 195 

Automobile service, government 249, 250, 252 


Baker Memorial Sanatorium 

Balance sheet 

Balance sheet schedules 

Belmont rehabilitation centre 

Births, deaths and marriages (see Vital Statistics) 

Blind children, education of deaf and 

Blind assistance 

Bow River Development 

Bow River Development Colonization Manager 

Bowden institution 

Bridges 

Buildings 


222, 225, 227, 231, 253 

22-23 

25-35 

109, 111, 113, 253 

118, 121 

243-247 

91-93 

94-95 

109, 111, 113, 253 

156, 157, 159, 161, 162 

249, 250, 251, 252, 253-255 


Cancer Treatment and Prevention Act 223, 225, 227 

Cash Payments 59 

Central Alberta Sanatorium (see Baker Memorial) 

Child welfare 242, 245, 247 

Civil defence 82, 83, 86, 253 

Claresholm Mental Hospital 223, 225, 227, 229, 253 

Contingency fund 296 

Co-operative activities 174, 175 

Coroners’ inquests and investigations 108, 111 


Dairying service 

Data processing centre 

Debt reorganization program (1945) 

Debtors’ Assistance Act 

Deerhome institution, Red Deer 
Deferred Charges Act 

Deficits 

Director of Personnel, office of 
Division of social hygiene 
Dominion Government: 

Subsidies 

Subventions and 

reimbursements 

Drainage 


80, 83, 85 

193, 194 

68 

108, 111, 113 

223, 227, 230, 253 

296 

72 

136, 137 

223, 225, 227 

19, 41 

43, 86, 123, 162, 198, 207, 227, 247, 252, 271, 300 
81, 82, 83, 85 


Eastern Rockies forest conservation 184, 187, 190-192 

Education Department: 

Cash collected 123 

Expenditure (classified) 121 

Grants 118, 121, 325 

Legislative and executive appropriations 118, 119 

Election Act, The 136, 137, 139 

Emotionally disturbed children’s program 223, 225, 232 


Estates, administration of (see Public Trustee) 


INDEX — Continued 


Page 


Executive Council: 

Cash collected 138 

Expenditure (classified) 137 

Legislative and executive appropriations 136 

Expenditure (see Revenue and Expenditure) 

Exhibits 81, 83 

Farms 223, 225, 228, 253 

Ferries 156, 159, 173 

Fines to cities, etc., under Liquor Control Act 108, 111 

Fire Prevention Act 216, 217, 218 

Fisheries 184, 187, 189 

Forestry 184, 187, 189 

Fuel Oil Tax Act 216, 217, 218 

Funded debt 65-69, 73-76 

Game 184, 187, 189 

Gaols 108, 111, 113, 254 

Grants 118, 121, 223, 225, 266, 269, 298, 299, 325 

Guarantee bonds on public servants 266, 269 

Highways 156, 159, 162, 167, 168 

Highway Traffic Board (see Motor vehicle branch) 

Horned Cattle Purchases Act Trust Account 88, 89 

Hospital construction grants 224, 225, 227 


Improvement Districts’ T rust Account "A” 207, 208, 209, 21 1 

Indigent and medical services 242, 245, 247 

Indirect liabilities 71, 74, 76 

Industry and Development Department: 

Cash collected 176 

Expenditure (classified) 175 

Legislative and executive appropriations 174 

Insurance Act, Alberta 216, 217, 218 

Irrigation 81, 82, 83, 85, 87, 91-107 

Jubilee auditoriums 216, 217, 218, 219 


Labour Department: 

Cash collected 183 

Expenditure (classified) 182 

Legislative and executive appropriations 181 

Lands and Forests Department: 

Cash collected 189 

Expenditure (classified) 187 

Legislative and executive appropriations 184 

Land titles 108, 111, 113, 253 

Legislation: 

Cash collected 195 

Expenditure (classified) 194 

Legislative and executive appropriations 193 

Lethbridge Northern Colonization Manager 96-97 

Library 193, 194, 195 

Lieutenant Governor’s Office 136, 137 


Marketing Services Limited 178, 180 

Mentally incompetent (see Public Trustee) 

Mineral Taxation Act 196, 197, 198 

Mines 196, 197, 198 

Mines and Minerals Department: 

Cash collected 198 

Expenditure (classified) 197 

Legislative and executive appropriations 196 

Motor vehicle branch 156, 159, 162 

Mothers’ allowance 242, 245, 247 

Municipal Affairs Department: 

Cash collected 207 

Expenditure (classified) 205 

Legislative and executive appropriations 202 

Municipal Assistance Act 266, 269 


Old age assistance 

Oliver Mental Institute 


242, 245, 247 

223, 225, 227, 229, 253 


INDEX — Continued 


Parks 

Pensioners, hospital and medical services 

Petroleum and natural gas 

Poliomyelitis Sufferers’ Act 
Ponoka Mental Hospital 

Premier’s office 

Provincial Marketing Board 
Provincial Secretary’s Department: 

Cash collected 

Expenditure (classified) 

Legislative and executive appropriations 
Public Debt: 

Expenditure (classified) 

Legislative and executive appropriations 
Public Health Department: 

Cash collected 

Expenditure (classified) 

Grants to Hospitals 

Legislative and executive appropriations 

Public servants, salaries and expenses 

Public service commission 

Public Service Pension Act 

Public Trustee 

Public Utilities Commission 
Public Welfare Department: 

Cash collected 

Expenditure (classified) 

Legislative and executive appropriations 
Public Works Department: 

Cash collected 

Expenditure (classified) 

Legislative and executive appropriations 
Publicity 


Page 

5 184 , 187 

222 , 225 

196 , 197 , 198 , 199-201 

223 , 225 

222 , 225 , 227 , 229 , 253 

136 , 137 

177 

218 

217 

216 

221 

220 

227 

225 

324 

222 

303 

136 , 137 

136 , 137 , 138 , 141 , 305 
108 , 111 , 113 , 116 , 117 
202 , 205 , 207 

247 

254 

242 

252 

250 

249 

174 , 175 


Queen’s Printer 


266 , 269 , 271 , 287 , 289 


Raymond Mental Hospital 
Receipts and payments 

Remissions 

Report of the Provincial Auditor 
Research Council of Alberta 

Retirement annuities 

Revenue and expenditure 

Roads (see Highways) 

Rosehaven, Camrose 

Rural electrification revolving fund 


222 , 225 , 227 , 229 , 253 

59 

266 , 269 , 271 , 297 

11-21 

136 , 137 , 138 

266 , 269 , 285 , 286 

35 - 57 , 77 , 79 

222 , 225 , 227 , 229 , 253 
25 , 266 , 269 , 271 


St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development 

St. Mary and Milk Rivers Development Colonization Manager 

Savings certificates 

Self-liquidating projects advances 

School book branch 

School building assistance 

School for the deaf 

School lands fund 

School treasurer’s bonds 

Sessional 

Special investment fund 

Special Areas Board 

Special warrants 

Stock advance — Highways 

Stock advance — Public Works 

Students’ Assistance Act 

Supreme and district courts 

Surpluses 


98-104 

105 , 106 

29 , 220 , 221 

25 , 271 

124 , 125 , 266 , 269 , 271 

118 , 121 

118 , 121 , 123 , 253 

19 

125 , 267 , 269 , 271 

193 , 194 , 304 

70 , 266 , 269 , 271 

202 , 205 , 207 , 213 , 215 

60-63 

163 , 164 , 267 , 269 , 272 
256 , 257 , 267 , 269 , 272 

119 , 121 , 271 

108 , 111 , 113 , 115 

72 


Tax Collection Suspension Act 

Telephones Commission, Alberta Government 
Temporary Provincial Employees Retirement Act 

Theatres Act 

Training School, Red Deer 

Travelling expenses 

Treasury Branches 


21 

258 - 265 , 271 

136 , 137 , 138 , 141 , 314 

216 , 217 , 218 

222 , 225 , 227 , 229 , 253 

64 

253 , 266 , 269 , 271 , 282-284 


INDEX — Continued 


Page 


Treasury Department: 

Cash collected 271 

Expenditure (classified) 269 

Legislative and executive appropriations 266 

Trust accounts 34-35 


United Irrigation District 

Unforeseen and unprovided for 

University Hospital 

University of Alberta 

Vehicles and Highway Traffic Act (see Motor vehicle branch) 

Vital statistics 

Vocational Training 


107 

266, 269, 295 

234-241, 253 

118, 121, 126-135, 253 


222, 225, 228 
298-300 


Warrants (see Special warrants) 

Water resources (see Agriculture Department) 

Workmen’s Compensation Board 142-155 

Wheat Board monies trust account 90 

Winter Works Program 43, 51, 53, 156, 159, 162, 202, 205, 207